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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY JUST A REAL GOOD HAND LAUNDRY AND AT COMPETITIVE PRICES Eagle Rock Hand Laundry GEO. W. BECK, Prop. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER AL. 5061 1724 Colorado Blvd. STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENT WAVES NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER'S) (FREDERIC’S*) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete) All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL Mon. - Tues., Jan. 23-24 Shampoo, Henna Pack and Dry Finger (PI AA Wave ' ■ - f v jP Shampoo, Color Rinse a M and *&gt;ry Finger £A/&gt; V ; Wave WK' .Jill "f.Jm Balance of Week 75c (Marcel 25c Extra) Marcel 50c Wet Finger Wave....25c Dry Finger Wave ....40c EXPERT HAIR CUTTING-25c 1814 COLORADO BLVD.—CL. 65626 Next to Ford Agency
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
PROFESSIONAL —AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY — Fire Dept. -FI. 3131 Police Dept MI. 6111 Ambulance -HI- 6111 Sheriff MU. 9111 Building Dept AL. 9790 Water Dept AH. 4211 Chamber of Commerce -AL. 1410 Eagle Rode Advertiser -AL. 2068 Physicians &amp; Surgeons DENTISTS Office Hours—2 -4; 7- 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL..1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician and Surgeon 1948 Colorado Bird. EAGLE ROCK, CALIF. A. E. Hollenbeck, M.D. Physician and Surgeon Office: 2171 Colorado Blvd. Residence; 5141 Maywood OFFICE HOURS 10-12 A. M.—2-5, 7-8 P. M. Phone—Office and Residence I ALbany 2518 OCULIST | N. H. Goodenow, M.D. OCULIST ❖ Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted, 4&gt; t* Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose T and Throat, Treated. 4 $ 5046 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. £ 44W4»M &gt; 44444 1 t 1 4 1 H 1 »44 1 t44 L OPTOMETRISTS *****************MrWH* Carl S. Ross, Opt. D. Optometrist Evenings by Appointment Office AL. 4115 Res. AL. 9860 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd., at Colo. Dr. B. F. Sherman Eyes Examin...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
Hal. J. Power DENTISTRY 1613 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 8618 MUSIC Miss Ethel M. Congdon Teacher of Voice and Piano 5160 Hartwick St. Phone: ALbany 5922 Virgil Drengberg Teacher of Violin Will CaU at Home ALbany 5902 1370 LOS FLORES DRIVE •M"&gt;***-H‘*-K-*^-******4^ :'o -O Perle Drese Freeman VIOLIN STUDIO 1831 Falrpark AL. 5404 £ CONTRACTORS E. B. HALE &amp; CO. ALbany 1435 Builders Plastering Mantels Stucco Coloring Remodeling RADIOS EQUALITY RADIO CO. Expert Service on All Makes All Work Guaranteed Service Calls— 50c ALBANY 3740 4508 Mount Eagle Place PET HOSPITALS EAGLE DALE DOG &amp; CAT HOSPITAL Where YOUR Pets Are Treated Right Expert Medical and Surgical Attention. Dogs Clipped, Bathed, Boarded Medicated Baths Motor Ambulance Service DR. H. J. TRAPP ALbany 4528 2734 Colorado Eagle Rock At Junction of Broadway , ♦ 0 1 &gt; • • DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL CA. 5522 ] ] 436 San Fernando Road • &gt; DR. D. S. MURDOCK &lt; | Try our mineral bal...
P.T.A. MEET HAS TALK ON TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
P.T.A. MEET HAS TALK ON TRAFFIC I It is estimated more than 250 j were present at the Dahlia Heights P.T.A. annual fathers' night meeting, Friday the 13th. The room was packed and many could not even get standing room. Nigel de Brulier soon had everyone singing. The boys and girls glee clubs sang, and the school orchestra played. Doug Richardson. KPWB baritone, sang “Lord You Made the Night Too Long.” “That's Why Darkies Were Born," imitating Bing Crosby with his B-B-B-B in “Here Lies Love,” and “A Boy and a Girl Were Dancing.” Assistant Chief James Davis of the Los Angeles police traffic division was speaker of the evening. He listed the types of traffic viola-, tions according to their seriousness. He strongly favors stricter discipline for 'the motorist. The average individual who is polite at home, is utterly changed, when driving a car. Chief Davis &gt; said, pointing out that “the ladies still think they are living in the days of Sir Galahad, and should receive the sam...
OF AMERICA fl [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
OF AMERICA fl Troop No. 4 Chief Davie, twice the pistol Champion of the United States, came down and gave troop 4 a real peppy talk last Friday night. His main point was the fact that growing children should not drink or smoke. The troop’s new cabin is about completed and we hope that in a few weeks we shall be able to hold up our meetings in our new troop home. Troop No. 1 Games opened the last meeting, with flag ceremonies, marching and a short O’Grady drill. Test passing and troop business followed. Three boys were initiated into the troop and given their badges. Charles Goodale’s patrol won a pie in a patrol contest. Troop No. 5 The second troop No. 5 meeting of the year was well attended last Friday night at Wesley hall. Several new games were introduced and the scouts had a fine time playing before the meeting. After the flag ceremony and oath each patrol put on a stunt and yell. The Gorilla patrol presented the troop with a flag standard. Plans were made for a snow trip our s...
CHURCHES PLAN A JOINT CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
CHURCHES PLAN A JOINT CAMPAIGN About 40 Baptist churches of metropolitan Los Angeles will cooperate in a simultaneous evange- ' listic campaign from Feb. 12 to 20. The campaign is under the personal direction of Dr. Harry Anderson, director of evangelism of the Southern California Baptist Convention. Dr. Anderson will be ' heard daily during the campaign over station KNX. The pastors of the churches cooperating will exchange pulpits and appear in the role of evangelists. Thus the campaign will be spared some of the extravagances of professional evangelism, and “give to the public the rounded wholesome message born of years of experience in actual church work.” Rev. A. P. Howells, pastor of the I Highland Park Baptist church, and Rev. Daniel Bryant, pastor of the local Baptist church, will exchange churches during the campaign. Both pastors are at home in the evanget listic field. Mr. Howells will make his appearance in the Eagle Rock ' Baptist pulpit on Sunday morning, Peb. 12. In o...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements Thomas lipton, who nmde a fortune in tea, had a verse for a business motto: His autobiography, just publlihcd, reveals that his belief was: “The man who on his trade relies must either bust or advertise/* 1 Lost and Found LOST —Large fat female (tog. Black and-tan- .Crippled.tight front leg. Reward for Tiny information. Answers to name of “Beans.” 1436 Yoeemlte. AL. 5018. Itl9x 2 Persona! Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. Albany 8787. tfl9c ROOFING Complete Roofing Service Estimates free Time payments. Lewis Roof Co. ALbany 9853 JOBBING CARPENTER Wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca tf26c DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, $l., $1.50; children's 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf2oc Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Ga...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
11 For Sale New Used FURNITURE Invalids Wheel Chair to rent or for Sale. 2 Piece Homespun Overstuffed Set (New) $32.50 2 Piece Tapestry Overstuffed Set (Like New) $29.50 Overstuffed Chairs and Rocker—s3.so $4.00 $7.50 4 Pifece Bedroom Set $27.50 4 Piece Bedroom Set (Ivory) $12.00, Twin Beds (Ivory) Each $3.50 Single Bed Coil Spring $5.00. 4 Ft. Bed, Double Deck Coil Spring Mattress ............... $10.00 Gas and Electric Heaters ... $1.00 up Breakfast Sets—s4.so - $6.50 - $12.00 Electric Sewing Machine (Like New) $22.50 Singer Sewing Machine Drop head $7.50 Day Bed and Pad (new) $ll.OO Mahogany Dresser, refinished, $12.50 Baby Beds $3.00 - $4.00 - $4.50 Hi and Lo Oven Gas Stoves $3.50 up Wind Wings $l.OO 2 Burner Oil Stove with Oven (Like New) $7.00 TRUCKING We Bay Sell Exchange WM. F. HARDING 1577 Colorado Bird. ALbany 4319 NEW AND USED FURNITURE 3 burner range with porcelain enameled splasher $7.95. Eight yds Linoleum, $3.25. Five pc. dining room set, $7.95. Mahogany Typewriting d...
NEWHALL, TRUSTEE OCCIDENTAL, DIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
NEWHALL, TRUSTEE OCCIDENTAL, DIES Aimer M. Newhall, prominent business man of San Francisco and trustee of Occidental College in Los Angeles, died suddenly last Saturday night after an illness of two mouths, in his home in the north. He had been a member of the board of trustees of the college since the coming of Dr. Remsen D. Bird, president of Occidental, who influenced his becoming a member in 1921, and was a frequent and generous donator to Occidental. As well as being connected with Occidental, Mr. Newhall was a trustee of the San Francisco Theological Seminary and head of a large business concern in the north. He came of a family prominent in California, the city of Newhall having been named after his Grandfather.
AUTO RACES SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
AUTO RACES SUNDAY What promises to be one of the most exciting automobile races of the season is scheduled for Sunday afternoon at the Burbank Speedway, Jeffries ranch, on Victory blvd., Burbank. This splendid dirt track has been taken over by Bill Pigg, original developer of this oval. Charles Worley, Pasadena Sportsman, is associated 'with him. Qualifying for cars will begin at 12 noon, with races opening immediately at 2 o’clock. The first event will be a three lap dash run by the three fastest qualifying cars.
SIGN UP YOUTHS FOR PENTATHLON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
SIGN UP YOUTHS FOR PENTATHLON Plans for the enrollment of thousands of boys in the 1933 Junior Pentathlon are being made by municipal playgrounds, schools, and boy organizations of every type, following announcement of one of the best balanced Pentathlon programs in the six-year history of this event. The Junior Pentathlon, an outgrowth of the Junior Olympic Games, provides for all-around athletic, competition for boys from nine to 15 years, under direction of experienced playground directors, physical education leaders, and other experts qualified to give each entrant valuable training in athletics. The 1933 Pentathlon will consist of five events in which each young entrant will participate—running high jump, running broad jump, 50yard dash for juniors or 75-yard dash for seniors, all-around basketball test and shot put. The last mentioned is a new event this season, and is expected to give greater balance to the program. Sponsors of the Junior Pentathlon have also developed a new ...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
Sun Goshi * BEN OKUBO, Manager Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., January 19-20-21 FANCY ROME BEAUTY APPLES 10^25' Best Baking and Eating FANCY WINTER NELLI PEARS 10 lk 25 c Eating and Cooking. ARIZONA DESERT GROWN QRAPEFRUIT 15f0r25c Large Size No. 1 Grade FANCY SWEET potatoes 10 ,bs - 25 c Uniform Size SUNKIST JUICE ORANGES 7 doz - 25 c Stamped Variety SWEET SPANISH ONIONS 12 lbs 10 c SWEET OREGON RUTABAGAS gibs. IQc
Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
piCCLY WICC and L Y WAY STO These prices are effective Friday and Saturday, January 20 and 21, in all stores within 75 miles of Los Angeles, beyond which point freight charges will be added. Safeway operates Piggly Wiggly m Los Angeles. Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Kern counties, except Needles and Avalon. STOKELY’S FINEST h# CORN ST FINEST S 3 TINS 25c Stokely's finest Country Gentleman corn, at a price less than inferior grade*. D T TTTtTD CREAMERY IQ r JOU X X ClX\ FANCY—LB. X i/t La France or Sunset Gold fanev, churned and wrapped in a spotless creamery. SUGAR as 10 42c Pure cane sugar, granulated fine —packed in strong cloth bags. 10 lbs. 42c* FORMAT SS2S2SS 15e Forma} - —the perfect shortening, packed by Swift &amp; Co. Pure, sweet, creamy. TUNA CHOICE *TIN* 10c Mission brand choice licht-meat tuna excellent for salads and sandwiches. MAR ASC A ” r 29 c Marasca strawberry preserves from select Oregon berries. Full three pound jar. BUDWEISERii29c Budweiser, the...
Baseball Benefit Show Will be Wednesday Night Fine Program Is Assured By Artist Group [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
Baseball Benefit Show Will be Wednesday Night Fine Program Is Assured By Artist Group What promises to be one or the best shows presented in Eagle Rock for many a day is the "Harry Lauder Varieties,” to be staged Wednesday evening at the Eagle Rock High school auditorium as a benefit for the Yosemite Athletic club baseball team. The time for the raising of the curtain is set for 8:15 o'clock. Indications, from advance sale of tickets, is that the audience assembling to see the show will be large. Tickets have been selling well, according to report by George Simonson, manager of the baseball | team, and who is associated with ' Harry Lauder, of Eagle Rock, nephew of the famous Scotch comedian. Sir Harry Lauder, in presenting the show. I Mr. Lauder has assembled an un- | usually promising group of artists j for the program. Included in the j list as both amateurs and profes--1 sionals, and from outside as well as I from Eagle Rock. Included among , the artists and numbers will be the ...
Storm Waters Cause Damage In E. R. Stores [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 January 1933
Storm Waters Cause Damage In E. R. Stores Storm waters, turning Colorado and Eagle Rock Blvds. into the course of a raging torrent* Thursday evening, overflowed into a number of stores in the central business section of Eagle Rock and caused considerable damage. Also for a time the “flood” kept a large number of people from getting to their cars or doing much other moving about on the sidewalks, and gave a good many drivers problems with their cars. The rush of water was the greatest experienced in a couple of years, and only at one other time has it been so great. The "flood” followed heavy rains throughout the day, that at about 5 o’clock turned into a deluge that lasted for perhaps half an hour. Storm waters poured into Colorado Blvd. and thence into Eagle Rock Blvd. from all of the upper section, and in a few minutes had reached such a depth that it was over the sidewalks and splashing against water boards hastily placed in the doorways of the stores and busi- ness houses, where...