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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
ITO BROTHERS STORE NO. 4 .-x WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: , MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 31 and Feb. 1 s QUALITY SERVICE * fair price -SELLS FANCY FOODS FOR LESS GROCERY DEPARTMENT U. S. EXTRAS, LARGE EGGS Fresh doz - lie VA v-R KJ with purchase of 3 Cakes Olive CASTILE SOAP 15c WITH PURCHASE OF ONE LARGE PKG. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP CHIPS . pgc THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH PCVT r HIM * s n °t a drug, but an accessory rOILLIUiTI food harmless and beneficial to the intestinal tract and not habit forming. It may be taken indefinitely with no ill effect. REGULAR 75c POUND 25c LACTOSE and DEXTRIN lb. Tin 65c VEGETALIZED SALT Pkg. 15c AG-AR-GEL 3 for 25c A VEGETABLE GELATIN DESSERT SOYA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg, 18c LIMA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg. 15c NATURAL BROWN RICE 2 lbs. 15c SOYA BEANS 3 lbs. 25c KELP—Rich in lodine lb. 50c Kelp has been used quite extensively as one of the important foodstuffs, having more than 2000 years of history in the ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
PERSONAL .Henry Calvin, manager of the Calvin market, was confined to his home part of last week by illness. He expected to be back “on the job” today. )■ San Rafael chapter, D.A.R., met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Tilley, 2368 Addison way, Friday and spent the timd" tying comforters. Two lovely warm covers were completed. J. J. Swenson, here for a short time from Pensacola, Fla., and visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Roe, left Thursday to spend •a few days with another daughter, Mrs. E. C. Martin of Los Angeles. He plans to return to Florida early next month. Midnight “oil” in quantities and plentiful “cramming” are the order of the day at Occidental. Pinal exams for the semester are the reasons. A social truce of one week, is the result. There will be no social activity on the campus until Wednesday, when the frosh gather for a dinner dance at Union hall. Assemblyman Frank Rogers has directed the state printer to send Governor Rolph’s biennial address and the state b...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
-H OME LAND-CENTRAL-MARKET 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sundays ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF COLORADO BOULEVARD IN EAGLE ROCK SPECIALS—Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 30, 31, February 1 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GROCERY DEPARTMENT BROOKFIELD BUTTER ...Pound 21c PEACHES No. 21/2 canl(k Cli/&gt;ail ak Tlalvuc ® V Quail’s Sliced or Halves SALMON.... 2 cans 15 c ! Choice Alaska Pink —tall lb. tin BISQUICK pkg. 2 5c FREE—2 Bonny Ware Cutters JELL-WELL ASSORTED FLAVORS pkg. gc SUGAR 2 P^ s - 2 C Pondered or Brown With Purchase of Bubbiets Granulated SOAP at regular price 25c While It Lasts PORK &amp; BEANS., can Ac Campbell's. Large Cans COFFEE Del Monte or Maxwell House «&gt;• 25 c FORMAT The Perfected Shortening lb- 10c 3 lbs. 45c CRACKERS... 2 lbs. 2 5c Snowflake or Grahams *** TOMATO SOUP can AVzc VAN CAMPS WHEAT HEARTS, Sperry’s Pkg. 1c WITH PURCHASE OF FULL QUART JUG OF FINEST QUALITY TABLE SYRUP at Low Price of 19c MEAT DEPARTMENT STEAKS"T“B ONE lb ...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
Editorial A FRIEND PASSES J. Prank Wight has been called to his last reward, and we mourn the loss of a friend. But it is not we alone, but hundreds of people here in Eagle Rock who knew him as a real friend. , Mr. Wight was a friendly man, a good man, whose memory will be kept fresh, in the minds of those who were fortunate enough to have known him, by his gentleness, his kindliness, his humaness, and his thoughtfulness of those who might need a helping hand at times, or a friendly and cheering word. His first thought always seemed to be of others rather than of himself. Long associated with the Methodist church, he truly lived the religion he professed. One might go on and on, trying to put down in words something of the splendid character of tills man, and still fail to present a faithful and competent picture of J, Frank Wight. In his passing Eagle Rock has lost a good citizen and a host of people have lost a real friend. o “BUY IN EAGLE ROCK” Some weeks ago the Eagle Rock _Adve...
“TAXNOCHROCY” IS TO BE EXPLAINED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
“TAXNOCHROCY” IS TO BE EXPLAINED Taxnochracy will be the subject of discussion at the regular monthly meeting of the Eagle Rock Taxpayers’ League meeting to be held in the Central Grammar School, Caspar and Chickasaw avenues, Monday evening, Feb. 6, at 8 o'clock. The protest against the spread of the assessment for the opening and widening of North Figueroa st will be on hand for signatures and some interesting information thereon will be shown. The public is welcome.
GIVES STATEMENT ON KINDERGARTEN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
GIVES STATEMENT ON KINDERGARTEN C. W. Preston, principal of Eagle Rock school, has sent the following statement regarding kindergarten pupils to parents: “All parents who have children who will be four and one half years of age by May 6, are urged to enroll them in kindergarten within the next week. The kindergarten teachers will be at the kindergarten between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m„ and will be glad to register the children and answer questions. “There Is a very grave possibility that the enrollment for next term will be limited to a small number; so if you are interested in your child attending kindergarten or know of a neighbor child old enough to attend, please act at once. ‘‘The advantages of kindergarten training for children cannot be spoken of too highly. We all know that children learn through play, and that for them play is life. In the completely equipped and beautifully arranged kindergarten of Eagle Rock school, under the guidance of skillful and thoroughly tra...
“BEST SELLERS” MAY BE SECURED AT THE LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
“BEST SELLERS” MAY BE SECURED AT THE LIBRARY The following books are considered the most popular at present by the American book trade. They are all best sellers and may be had at the Eagle Rock branch of the Los Angeles Public Library. “Flowering Wilderness,” Galsworthy. “Inheritance.” Bentley. “Forgive Us Our Trespasses.” Douglas. “Mutiny on the Bounty” Nordhoff and Hall. “Peking Picnic,” Bridge. “Sheltered Life,” Glasgow. “Flying Carpet,” Halliburton. “Geography,” Van Loon. “New Deal,” Chase. “Epic of America,” Adams. “Men Against Death,” De Kruif, “Death in the Afternoon,” Hemingway. Any of the above may be served for 5 cents.
MENDELSSHON TO BE CLUB’S TOPIC [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
MENDELSSHON TO BE CLUB’S TOPIC Mrs. C. W. West will be hostess to the Thursday Morning Music club at her home, 1672 Hill drive, Thursday. The study will center about Mendelssohn. Many of Mendelssohn’s best known compositions will be included on the day’s program. The club, which has enjoyed a program of variety since opening its fall study in October, will continue with many interesting subjects pertaining to music until May 18, when the season dosses with Guest Day, also at the home of Mrs. West.
$20,000 Will Aid Needy Children [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
$20,000 Will Aid Needy Children By action of the board of water and jower commissioners the municipal power bureau was instructed to transfer $20,000 from its revenue funds to the city general fund. The money will be allocated to the Parent Teacher Association to provide milk for the school children and to the associated woman's committee for the relief of unemployed young women.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
Rock (RY D A M 279' YOUR OPPORTUNITY BORDER N? V 4 TO BUY ALL YOUR VALENTINES At 20 % Discount About Jewelry About Valentines To clear out our entire stock of Jewelry we are offering every piece at drastic low prices; Many values to $2.00 in this varied assortment of costume Jewelry. This is priced far under any other shop and we invite yob to compare this price. BUY *T TODAY AT ONLY 29 c We have one of the most complete stocks of Valentines to be found in this part of the state. Not only the ordinary type of Valentines but for every mem—SEE THEM TODAY— P Our Big Money Raising Sale Continues All This Week SAGER’SAT THE CIRCLE 2163 COLORADO RLVD. RAGLE ROCK
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
HOME ATMOSPHERE In the transaction of ordinary business we expect to find an air of commercialism. Mortuary service presents a different aspect Only in recent years has the mortuary been developed to the point of taking care of funeral services completely and exclusively. Such a service had always been regarded as belonging to the home. The modern funeral director is expected to employ the latest improved methods, as well as have a reputation for honesty, courtesy and efficiency. He must go a step farther and maintain’a home-like atmosphere in the conduct of his business because most people have clung to this idea down through the years and still appreciate it where it exists. Cresse’s have held steadfastly to this thought and have always endeavored to create the home environment. Mr. Chas. D. Goodale resides with his family at the Eagle Rock Parlors, and Rev, and Mrs. Clyde P. Metcalf make their home at the Highland Park establishment. Requests to care for the remains at the home a...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
1924 COLORADO BOULEVARD Corner Glen Iris Avenue SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 31 and Feb. 1 TOM THOMPSON, Manager of Grocery Department Pints .. 6c ADOHR MILK Quarts 9c These prices also effective at Billie Bird Market 1302 Yosemite Dr. BABY BEEF MILK LAMB JJALBERT’g EASTERN PORK MILK VEAL FANCY STEER BEEF Round S Ground Round T Swiss E LB. Sirloin A Loin Tips K ?2 C RIB STEAKS 3 for 20c LARGE CENTER SLICES OF SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS Each 5c Wieners, Coneys, Bologna lb.) 191 of 1 Liver Sausage, Minced Ham lb.) SLICED BACON, rind off lb. 13«/ 2 c FANCY EASTERN BACON, Swift’s Prejnium */2 lb. pkg. 10c MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN ALL SALADS Pint 15c TRY OCR HOME-MADE CHILI BEANS AGUILAR BROS. TANGERINES... 7 lbs.) RIPE AND SWEET • APPLES Q lbs.) ROME BEAUTY STOCKTON BURBANK or IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES lb.) YOUNG, TENDER PARSNIPS lb.) CRISP, SWEET TURNIPS Bunch) YOUNG, FRESH CARROTS Bunch) SWEET SPANISH ONIONS lb.) DATES Q lbs.) FANCY IMPORTED ” GRAPEFRUIT 0\ for) ...
—LINT— By J G. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
—LINT— By J G. R. With the season of heart palpitations approaching, a few helpful hints to the backward may help to get them over the only too-often embarrassing time of St. Valentine's Day. A few gentle words, accompanied by the proper picture, often have had a sequl of wedding bells, and the shy youth who finds words impossible when confronted by the apple of his eye, will be amazed at the effectiveness of a few blushing words in print. The magic of the printed word. That’s it. All love messages should be print—ed—that is, most all. But to get back to the subject of St, Valentine's day. Cut out these suggestions and let them guide you in making your momentous decision. With the assistance of technocracy, we have been able to classify these suggestions into three groups for your annoyance: Vegetable “My heart beets for you." (Beet illustration). “Don’t say we can’t e’lope.” (Can-' taloupe Ulus.) “Can't you care at (carrot) all for me?” Animal “I could lionize you, dear,” “Can you ...
SAYS THE FRENCH WANT DEBT PAID [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
SAYS THE FRENCH WANT DEBT PAID That the French people are as anxious for France to pay her debt to the United States as are the people of this country, is the con-| tention of Mrs. E. D. Sno w,of 5249 Sumner Ave., teacher at San Rafael | | school, who has just returned from a visit to Prance where she undertook educational work in connec-j tion with the University of Paris, on sabbatical leave. Mrs. Snow, while in Paris, talked to many, who told her the French had been assessed 50 cents a person for payment of the war debt. 1 and that they had paid this amount to their government. i “The French politicians and not the French people are to blame fertile failure of Fiance to pay,” Mrs. Snow said. “The French people are suffering and want this debt paid so trade relations can be improved and business stabilized." j Mrs. Snow returned “between storms” on the Veendam of the Holland-America line, arriving home this week. She will return to the San Rafael faculty school Feb. 6 when the new...
“LOUDER PLEASE" WILL BE OFFERING AT PLAYHOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
“LOUDER PLEASE" WILL BE OFFERING AT PLAYHOUSE A popular actress of the New York and Pacific Coast stage. Dulcic Cooper, will play the role of the actress whose disappearance is engineered by the publicity men, in a return engagement of Norman Krasna's comedy satire of the stu-j dio press agents, “Louder, Please”! opening for a return engagement of one week at the Pasadena Comj munity Playhouse, Tuesday evening. • • . Miss Cooper will play opposite I Charles Levison, popular Playhouse actor, who will be seen in the role of Herbert White, studio publicity director. Miss Cooper starred in many New York plays before coming west to play with Edward Everett Horton in “The Beggar on Horseback” “Outward Bound” “Just Married” and “The Little Spitfire.”