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WINTER SPORTS MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

WINTER SPORTS MEET With a full program of ski events listed, winter sports competition between recently formed ski clubs of Southern California opened Sunday and today with the Big Pines club meeting Wrightwood in the first of a series of meets arranged for the season. Class A and Class B events are to be on the Wrightwood hill with Classes C and D competing at the county recreation camp.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

HOLIDAY GREETING To Our Dear Friends 2149 Colorado * .5. *** * ** *** * * * ***** * * * * WE wish you all the joy and happiness possible throughout the coming year. S. R. KNOX JEWELER 2145 Colorado Blvd. ************************ NEW WAY BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP 2143 Colo. Blvd. CL. 69185 ************************ ************************ Happy New Year MILLER’S SERVICE STATION 2000 Colorado Blvd. Eagle Rock, California . a GREETINGS

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

SMILE with me in ’33 “Get Associated with a Smile” ASSOCIATED SERVICE STATION Schomaker Hoe*er 191# COLORADO AL. #361 ROCK - IMIRV M 279* THE HUMAN FACTOR IN BUSINESS Our present economic situation has caused much discussion concerning the part played by the machine and the trend towards a continuation of consolidations and big business. Regardless of any further developments along this line, there are certain manual operations that the machine cannot displace and there will always be requirements for services of such a human or personal character that they cannot be fully satisfied when attempted on a big business scale. While it is the desire of every person engaged in business to increase its volume, there is a natural tendency towards a continuation of personal supervision. However, a business may become so large as to render this impossible. Although the business of this institution has grown to such an extent as to have its service regarded as practically universal in the comm...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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NEW OFFICERS OF KIWANIS ON JOB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

NEW OFFICERS OF KIWANIS ON JOB With Frank Fox, of the Glendale club, lieutenant governor of the district, as installing officer, the new officers of the Eagle Rock Klwanis club, to serve during 1933, were installed at the weekly luncheon Thursday noon at the Masonic temple. The new officers are: Gleni a. - BolUngej’, qiiosWentiuß. C.- Franklin, - vice- president-;-' Jesse R. Kirby, treasurer; C. W. Preston, recording secretary: Bert Cocks, finacial secretary; Joe Wynn, sergeant at arms; and the directors are Messrs. Bolinger, Franklin, Kirby, G. L. Boltinhouss, Harry B. Crawford, Virgil Drengberg, Harry A. Lawson. J. F. Maley, John E. Pinkerton, J. C. Richardson, Clarence E. Sager and Emil F Swanson. Walter Mann, retiring president and now in the office of immediate past president, in a short address! thanked the officers who served with him during the last year and the] members of the club for the coopera- j tion they had given during 1932 in the work of the organization. A i short...

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STORES’ TITLE CONTEST ATTRACTING ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

STORES’ TITLE CONTEST ATTRACTING ATTENTION It is announced by Safeway and Piggly-Wiggly Stores, much interest is being taken in the Safeway Square weekly contest in which $lOO worth of groceries—in 16 prizes—is being offered every week. The prizes are awarded for the best titles to the untitled cover pictures which appear on the weekly free four-page song „ p w , Xnnouncemeril of "the winners of ,|his-_,Jast week’s : prize contest, it is stated, will be made Friday evening on the “Safeway Square” program, KFI, starting at 7:45. “If you like the radio program of "Safeway Square,” with its semiweekly offerings on KFI of old-time memory numbers, the song leader.! Bobbie Burns, wants to know about it. He is asking all who enjoy lis- ! tening to this unusual “community sing” to W’rite in, letters or post-! cards,” says a statement. Free song sheets, containing the 1 contest picture for this week, lyrics' of songs for the current programs, and full details'of the prize con-! test, are ava...

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COLLEGE GROUP AT CHURCH HAS CHARGE OF MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

COLLEGE GROUP AT CHURCH HAS CHARGE OF MEETING Several selections from the “Messiah" were sung by the choir of the United church at the morning service Sunday, Ne\y Year's Day. The musical presentation was directed by Miss Kenyon, with Miss Harrison at the organ. The college group of young people, with Natalie Hersom in charge, conducted the evening service. The three groups of young people in the church each take charge of an evening service once every three months. The college group provided an interesting program.

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[first arc light JUST 50 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

[first arc light JUST 50 YEARS AGO Fifty years ago, or shortly before midnight of Dec. 30, 1882, the first electric street lights were switched on in Los Angeles. To the amazement of crowds gathered at Main and Commercial strets, three arc lights, mounted on a mast 158 feet high, blazed into brilliancy on that historic night, tfheh Mayor Toberfnan threw the switch in a little power house that had been erected at Alameda and Banning streets. A few minutes later a second mast located at First and Hill streets burst forth in what was then thought to be dazzling illumination. Although seven of these lighting masts had been erected in the little city of less than 20.000 inhabitants, an dthe remaining five were lighted the following night. They were located at First street and Boyle avenue, Avenue 22 and North Broadway, First street and Central avenue, Fourth street and Grand avenue and Sixth and Main streets. The cost of maintaining each of these street lights, although they did not burn...

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OLD LETTER HAS HARD TIMES TALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

OLD LETTER HAS HARD TIMES TALE Robert McAllister, of EllO Sierra Villa Ave„ has a letter, written from Brooklyn. N. Y„ to Ireland and re-sent to America. January, 1843, which reads in part as follows; “Dear father; You think it strange about me for not sending | for my sister as I promised to do I but I think in the latter end of i August that I will send for her if j times get any better as they always | do in the summer time, but if not j in the spring following . . . and let , him know that carpenters work in I America by days is from 6 to 8 to 10 per day and very few can find j anything to do at that . . . and let j him know that labor work is from j 4 to 6 per day and work from 12 to 14 hours and men is glad to find any at that and every other trade in proportion. That blacksmithing j I is worth nothing and few can find 1 i anything to do. They have from ! 7 to 9 per day. Times is hard in 1 America, worse than in England as we hear but we have provisions of all kinds very cheap...

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KEEPING UP CITY LIGHTS BIG JOB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

KEEPING UP CITY LIGHTS BIG JOB Cleaning an average of 100 globes each daily, a squad of 20 employees of the lighting department of the municipal bureau of power and light is kept busy the year round cleaning the lamps that illuminate the streets of Los Angeles. The city now Has more than 703 ; lineal miles of street with ornamen- | tal lights, with 15,161 overhead street lights, or a total of 67,429 individual ornamental lamps that are served and maintained by the department. It is the duty of the cleaning crew to remove dust, dirt and insects from the globes and see that they are kept in condition to give the maximum amount of light. The department also employs a small crew of painters to paint every lamp post in the system- at least once every two years. Other work includes checking switches, making minor repairs and replacements and keeping posts clean. Records show that at least two ornamental posts are broken and 10 ornamental globes smashed daily. Small boys throwing stones ar...

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MAIL NOTICES OF ASS’M’NTS FEB. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

MAIL NOTICES OF ASS’M’NTS FEB. 24. Preparing postcard notices of the 36.44 c individual assesments for acquisition of right-of-way fof» the Figueroa street extension fromiSecond street to Ave. 36 is so laiige a task that the notices will not be ready for mailing until late in February. City Clerk Dominguez, who has a special clerical force at work on the notices, said it will take- at least six weeks to complete the job and that the cards will be mailed to assessed property owners about Feb. 24. The city council has fixed March 28 as the date for hearing protests against the assessments.

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READY FOR EXAMS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

READY FOR EXAMS Mrs. L. Lindquist states her pupils in her real estate business class are ready to take their state examination. A new class will be started at once.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

Your Lucky Day— FRIDAY THE 13m ajaiaiEJarafgiamzjgrßizfgjaigiznLri BOB’S BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP ALL HAIR CUTS 25‘ WET WAVES 25c DRY WAVE 40c Dry Wave Shampoo and Rinse ... 65c Shampoo, Henna Pack and Wave ....$l,OO 2817 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK CL. 61583 A New Year Starts May we extend to you the wish that it may bring many good things and be a— Happy 1933 ft. J A HADeVOL f Realtor 2122 Yi Colorado Blvd. ALbany 1216 «j» *j» «j» «$» *j* «$» *j» «j* »♦« »*« *j» «g» |h|h)» »*4 »j« «j» «{» *j* •*« «j* *j* »*♦ **• «j» »j« *j* *j» «j* *j* *j< Greetings! i) THE OAK CLEANERS Independently owned C. KRUMMANN, Owner 4721 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. EXTRA PRECAUTION Is Being Taken By Wire’s Detective Agency To Maintain it’s Record of Eight Years. NOT A SINGLE HOUSE UNDER OUR PROTECTION HAS BEEN BURGLARIZED IN EIGHT YEARS. If Interested in Private Police Protection— Call Albany 3785 A Representative Will Call and Explain Our Service.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

♦J* «J* «’««g» v ♦;« / o ° \ May your 1933 harvest be happiness. A year is scarcely long enough to hold all of the good fortune we wish you. COLORADO BLVD. FURNITURE CO. 2028 Colorado Blvd. ❖ ❖v * •;• •;* •> -j- -j-

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements 1 Lost and Found I 6 For Rent—Unfurn. LOST —On Lockhavcn or vicinity—--4 keys in case. Return to Advertiser. It2p 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement, contractor. First class Work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tf-19-c VAN THE FLOOR MAN Albany 5737 5030 Los Robles St. Specialists in Refinishing j Your old floors made just like new. j 9 years in E. R. 3000 Satisfied customers. tf24c UPHOLSTERING Two-piece sets recovered $20.00, including cover. Cushions refilled. Springs retied. F. H. BOWMAN ALbany 8101 ROOFING Complete Roofing Service | Estimates free Time payments. I Lewis Roof Co. ALbany 9853 GENERAL REPAIRING and carpenter work. Call CL. 66294 for estimates. M&Ttfl7p CAPABLE WOMAN will help with housework for room and board and small pay. CLeveland 67089. It2c JOBBING CARPENTER Want* work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL 5431. 4932 Avoca tf-26c PAPER HANGING and Painter. P...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

HOUSES—FOR RENT UNFURNISHED—Attractive 4 room house. Refrigeration. Garage, wall heater, • ’sunny, quiet. Some -furriittife if desired. 2027 Addison way. tfl7c FOR RENT UNFURNISHED— 3 rooms and sleeping porch. 2329 Yosemite Drive. M&Ttf3e FOR RENT UNFURN.—Most Desirable. Many built-ins. Three rms., sleeping porch, large closets. Heaters. $20.00. Water paid. 2329 Yosemite Dr. M&Ttf22c RELIABLE WOMAN wishes work by hour or day. Laundry or Cleaning. Wed. or Pri. AL. 5723. Call mornings. Mlt26p FOR RENT FURNlSHED—Apartments and rooms. $2 and $3 per week. 211212 Colorado Blvd. Mtfl4c FOR RENT UNFURN.—6 room house. Good condition. 3 bedrooms. Near Hill Dr. Key and information, 5118 Argus. 2t2p

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 January 1933

MAKKE'P A-T JL 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. JL PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 Specials Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday January 2, 3, and 4 VAN’S GROCERY CHALLENGE—Best Grade ib. 24 c BUTTER COFFEE M Monte 11} - 29° DEL MONTE DE LUXE PLUMS 2 '««• cans 25* PEARS WMonte ’ Lge. 2 1 / / 2 can 16' CORN 2 No. 2 cans 21 c Country Gent. 11b. can 17c CRISCO 31b 47c can B&M Oven Baked Beans... <2 Is cans 25 c PUREX ...Lge. Quart Btl. Red 12c KARO SYRUP Blue 10c Pound Can ARGO (]ORN gIARCH,.... 16-oz. pkg. gc SALT Leslie’s.. 2 two lb. pkgs. 15° MAZOLA OIL^::! CREME OIL SOAP bars 4 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT HORMEL MINNESOTA SLICED BACON ">• 15' SLICED WITH RIND OFF MILLER & HART SLICED BACON ± 20' we have a trade FRUITS and VEGETABLES These Specials for Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 3-4, Only THAT QUALITY HADE Another of Our Big One Cent Sales POTATOES Burbanks or Russets POUND Jc 2c CARROTS Bunch) RADISHES Bunch) CABBAGE _ lb.) ONIONS, Sweet Spanish lb.) LETTUCE, Gard...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

m EAGLE MM* If Advertiser A Community News and Shopping Digest! Vol. 5; No. 55. 1620 Colorado Blvd. Phone: ALbany 2068 Thursday, January 5 1933 Eagle Rock, Calif. Published Monday and Thursday

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