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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT—Attractive upstairs sunny room. Good neighborhood. Moderately priced. AL. 1058. It3op iraigjajgjgfaf^ifsfaiamamgiaaja ENGEL GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING Specializing On DODGES and PLYMOUTHS 12 Years with Dodge Agency OIL and GAS SERVICE EAGLE ROCK BLVD., At Fair Park SPECIALS THIS WEEK Ladies Coats Plain or Fur Trimmed Cleaned &amp; Pressed Ladies Dresses Silk or Wool Cleaned &amp; Pressed... 50c 50c Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
SPARTAN DRIVE IN MARKET 4714 Eagle Rock Blvd. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, Jan. 30-31, Feb. 1 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES MARGARINE . . lb. 5c LIMIT 2 LBS. GOLDEN WEST BLUEBERRIES or BLACKBERRIES No. 2 Can 2 for 25c BLACK &amp; WHITE BRAND—FuII of Goodness U. S. EXTRAS, LARGE EGGS Dozen 19 c Macaroni, Spaghetti or Egg Noodles Per Package 5c FRESH RANCH SANKA Coffee 1 lb. can 42c KOFFEE HAG 1 lb. can 42c GENUINE DELICIOUS COFFEE Chicken Ravioli or Mushroom Sauce Italian Style—7 oz. Cans. 4 Cans for 19c COFFEE Cub Brand lb. 1 Qc EVERY POUND GUARANTEED Ground While You Wait 'HORMEL VEGETABLE soup 2 cans 29 c “Flavor Sealed” CORN Iris Fancy Petite No. 2 Can JQc COCOA Large pkg. 0c Bishop's Sierra MILK tall can 5c HORNING BRAND COMBINATION OFFER DURKEE’S MAYONNAISE 1 PT. MAYONNAISE 1 Large 8-oz. SALAD DRESSING ROTH FOR .... 35 c Regular 54c Value ” piNR gEANS 3 lbs. 10' AMAIZO PANCAKE SYRUP Special 12-oz. Bott...
BOYS KILL BIRDS; PEOPLE PROTEST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
BOYS KILL BIRDS; PEOPLE PROTEST Protests have come to the office of the Eagle Rock Advertiser in the last few days regarding the activities of boys, armed with airguns, who have been killing birds, as well as annoying residents and causing them no little danger. It is said the matter is, to be reported to the jScc. ■ n^Ajrrzj Shooting airguns in town is taboo, because of the danger, and killing birds also prohibited. Most people enjoy having the birds about their property, although they make attractive targets for the small boy and • his gun. As for the airguns they are more dangerous than at 1 first appears, for a shot from one ■ of them would have sufficient force I to destroy a person's eye, as an illustration.
OBITUARY MRS. FRED FRANCIS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
OBITUARY MRS. FRED FRANCIS Mrs. Fred Francis, of 4717 Townsend Ave.. passed away Wednesday at a hospital in Glendale, aged 55 years. Death was due to pneumonia, which followed an accident in which Mrs. Francis suffered the fracture of one of her thighs as a result of a fall when she tripped over a garden hose in the yard of her home. She was removed to the hospital and later pneumonia developed. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Miss Helen A. Francis. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at St. Barnabas church, with interment in Forest Lawn.
JAY F. COX [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
JAY F. COX Jay F. Cox, of Venice and formerly of 2020 Norwalk, Eagle Rock, passed away Friday, aged 74. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Wee Kirk O’ the with interment at Forest Lawn. Deceased, who was a resident of Eagle Rock for eight years, is survived by his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Edith McCaron, of 1541 Linda Rosa, and two sons, David F., of 2101 Addison way, and Myron of 4848 Yorkk Blvd.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
tainting Decorating Spraying Wall Paper Haneing THE KIND OF WORK THAT SATISFIES 1932 Low Prices H. A.MILLER 5225 Hartwick st. AL 8336 ja’g/ajgfEfHiarafEfafararararajErare T- rti -t. J. it. i*. A ■*..«■. • •- *- I V' 4 TT'V T tvVVVVTVW &gt; ? PLUMBING SERVICE t t We Guarantee Best of * Workmanship on Any Job | WATER HEATERS All makes sold, installed or repaired. t ❖ * t ❖ ❖ t t I ♦&gt; ❖ •&gt; ❖ PHONE Albany 4472 H.E. Billingsley 1547 Fairpark Ave.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements Lost and Found LOST—Brown bill fold, black lacing. Contained Wm. Hoerr driver’s license but no money. Wed. on ■ Colorado. Please phone AL. 0684 Or AL'. 1205. lt*op 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement- contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tfl9c 6 For Rent—Unfurn. HOUSES—FOR RENT UNFURN.—Five rooms and sleeping porch. Double garage. Redecorated throughout. $3O, Near school, car and stores. 5002 Hartwick. AL. 5507. M&amp;Ttf23c ROOFING Complete Roofing Service Estimates free Time payments. Lewis Roof Co. ALbany 9853 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED—Attractive 4 room house. Refrigeration. Garage, wall heater, sunny, quiet. Some furniture if desired. 2027 Addison way. tfl7o FOR RENT UNFURN.—I26S Hill JOBBING CARPENTER Wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca tf26c drive. 5 room stucco. Tile bath and sink. Double garage. AL. 4470. tl’l9c DRESSMAKING and ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
PROFESSIONAL —AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY— Fire Dept FI. 3131 Police Dept MI. 6111 Ambulance RI. 5111 Sheriff MU. 9111 Building Dept AL. 9790 Water Dept. MI. 4211 Chamber of Commerce. ..AL. 1410 Eagle Rock Advertiser....AL. 2068 Physicians &amp; Surgeons Office Hours—2 - 4; 7 - 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL. 1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician and Surgeon 1948 Colorado Blvd. 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. Phene—Office and Residence ALbany 2518 OCULIST N. H. Goodenow, M.D. OCULIST Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Treated. 5046 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. OPTOMETRISTS 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 Examined Glasses Fitted E. R. Medical - Dental Group 2169 Colo. Blvd., Phone AL. 1184 CHIROPRACTORS EAGLE ROCK HEALTH ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 30 January 1933
MARKET .XT JL 2002-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. JL PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 -»»■* Specials Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday January 30,31, February 1 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY STEAKS SWISS, GROUND ROUND lb.) T-BONE lb.) 15 SWIFT SHORTENING « /&gt; c LUER’S W\ PURE LARD lb &gt; u VAN’S GROCERY BEN HUR COFFEE llb - can 32 c CATSUP Large Bottle IQc CALIFORNIA HOME BRAND "*■ APPLE BUTTER 30-oz.Jar 17c KING BEE WALNUTS lb. Igc EMERALD LARGE BUDDED **" Snow Flake Crackers . AND 2 P*® l 25 c Honey Maid Grahams LB PKG PINEAPPLE No. 21/2 can 11c DEL MONTE CORN No. 2 can 1(k COUNTRY GENTLEMAN SAUER KRAUT No.2V 2 can 9c BLUE RIBBON MALT -3 lb. can 47c BEANS with Tomato Sauce........can 1 Ac HEINZ—MEDIUM CAN C&amp;C GINGER ALE...2-29-oz. Bottles 35c BAKING POWDER 1 lb. can 93c CALUMET “*■ amtJ Vermont Maid Syrup,.... 12-oz. Jar 18c GRAND CENTRAL FRUIT MARKET OF EAGLE ROCK LOOK—WHAT 15c WILL BUY AT OUR FIRST OF WEEK SALE POTATOES Rurbanks or Russet...
Class of 50 Graduated by Eagle Rock High School COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ARE HELD FOR 24 BOYS, 26 GIRLS Mid-Year Graduates Receive Diplomas as Part of Program Wednesday Evening, Junior High Graduation to be Friday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Class of 50 Graduated by Eagle Rock High School COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ARE HELD FOR 24 BOYS, 26 GIRLS Mid-Year Graduates Receive Diplomas as Part of Program Wednesday Evening, Junior High Graduation to be Friday Afternoon Twenty-four boys and 26 girls received diplomas Wednesday night at Eagle Rock high school, before an audience of proud parents and friends. It was a little under the record number for mid-year graduating classes. The girls were charming in simple afternoon frocks and the boys no less pleasing to the eye in conservative suits. Class commencement speakers were Betty Baxter, whose subject was “Gifts," and Robert Fisher, using “Compensation,” as his topic. Both young speakers handled thenchosen topics in an excellent manner and showed exceptional reasoning. A mixed chorus of A-12's sang several selections, followed by a piano solo by Dorothy Jahn, Diplomas were presented by Harry M. Shaffer, asst. Supt. of schools. The auditorium was well filled Sunday afternoon when t...
DOCTORS TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
DOCTORS TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE SUN. Invitation is extended today, through the Eagle Rock Advertiser, by Dr. Hal J. Power, dentist, and Dr. A. K. Tucker, physician, surgeon and osteopath, to their “friends and their friends" to attend an open house Sunday, at thennew offices at 1609 Colorado Blvd. The event will be an all-day affair, with the two doctors on hand to greet their visitors and show them through the elaborate offices which has just been completed, and into which they moved Monday.
MRS. MONTGOMERY HAS LARGER SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
MRS. MONTGOMERY HAS LARGER SHOP Mrs, A. J. Montgomery, popular milliner, has bought out the Tip Top Cleaners, located at 2153 Colorado Blvd., to which location she[ moved her hat shop recently, and will conduct this business also in connection with her millinery business. Mrs. Montgomery's new hat shop has been completely redecorated | and the windows remodeled in ( readiness for a display of the new spring hats. The shop is now particularly attractive.
C. of C. Laying Plans For Big “snow in "spnr [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
C. of C. Laying Plans For Big “snow in "spnr I Preliminary steps were taken at , a meeting of the board of directors 1 of the Eagle Rock Chamber of Com- , merce Monday, at the Roosevelt ( grill, for presenting a big show, or entertainment, early in April. The matter was discussed at some length at the meeting, and a committee, composed of J. C. Richardson, H. I. DeVol and R. N. Weaver was appointed to outline the project and get it under way. ! It was pointed out that talent of the best is available in Eagle Rock, as has been demonstrated at former presentations of various kinds, including the Kiwanis Hi Jinks, ! other outstanding events, and most | recently the Harry Lauder Varieties, presented as a benefit for the Eagle Rock Yosemite baseball club. It was declared a splendid entertainment program could be assembled, made up of Eagle Rock artists. The outline of the show was left in the hands of the committee, which has broad powers to act. It is expected the committee will be prep...
“GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP” WEEK IS PLAN OF MERCHANTS Eagle Rock to Witness Big Event Starting Next Monday—Decorations, Music, Lights— Climax to Come at Week-End [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
“GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP” WEEK IS PLAN OF MERCHANTS Eagle Rock to Witness Big Event Starting Next Monday—Decorations, Music, Lights— Climax to Come at Week-End Merchants of Eagle Rock will hold a “Goodwill and Friendship" celebration all of next week, from Monday morning until Saturday evening, it is announced. The event promises to be an outstanding one in the history of Eagle Rock as a trading center, with a majority of the merchants taking part. Street decorations, as well as of stores, are to be in evidence Monday morning. Later in the week there will be music during the daytime, and in the evenings flood and search lights, all calculated to help provide a spirit of celebration. The plan of those participating is to bring the week to end with an unusual climax, a sales event extraordinary. Roy Weaver, radio dealer and public address system operator, has arranged for the decorations, music and lights. He says the public of Eagle Rock may expect something out of the ordinary, and ...
Camera Users To Hold Meet This Evening [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Camera Users To Hold Meet This Evening lie*—m&amp;mftuiwmn, 1 the Camera club, will hold its second meeting tonight, at 7:30, at the home of Dorothy Fulton, 5334 Ellenwood Dr. All Interested in photography are invited to attend and bring prints of their work. This will be, primarily, a get-acquainted meeting. After the camera enthusiasts have held several meetings, and the members are well acquainted, there will be an election of officers. The club’s first meeting was held last Friday evening and was a big success In spite of rain and cold. A group of 20 attended, coming from Pasadena, San Marino, Altadena, and Eagle Rock. Among those present were Edward P. McMurty, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clair, Elisabeth B. Wotkyns, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hi Kreyser, Mr. and Mrs. Paul MacFarflane, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Howes, Bally Carson, Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Swinnerton, C. Gordon Spalding, Dorothy Pulton, John Webb, James N. Giridlian, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Sager, and Curtis H. Sherwood. •
WYNN CHEVROLET IN NEW LOCATION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
WYNN CHEVROLET IN NEW LOCATION Work of moving into its new quarters at 2252-4-6 Colorado Bivd has been completed by the Wynn T.-, *v. n i transfer was made tbe first of the ' week, and the company since has ! been engaged in completing the ; work and in getting adjusted to the new quarters. Greatly enlarged space is secured by the company, for display of new I cars, and for storage and for handling the service and shop work. The offices and show rooms are made 1 attractive with rearrangement and j improvement. In the service department new equipment is being 1 installed, and provision made to i handle service and repair work on all General Motors makes of cars.