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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
I Market 2202-4t6-8 COLORADO BLVD. M PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday February 2. 3 and 4 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY SSnoRNEinBiS^" POUND STEAKS lr : SWISS, GROUND ROUND lb.) I ''V T-BONE Ib.) HAM ar S e Center Slices Each Kc Rib and Loin Pork Chops lb.) Shoulder Lamb, whole or half lb.) 12ic PORK SHOULDER Whole or Shank End FRESH SLICED LIVER FRESH BEEF HEARTS fformel Minn. BACON sliced SLICED WITH RIND OFF Fresh Ground HAMBURGER PLATE BOILING BEEF ... PORK LOIN LOAF, Sliced HORMEL SPICED lb.) lb.) ib 4 £ lb. 14c lb.) lb.) 7 lb. Igc FRESH CUT SPARE RIBS lb.) «fl CHOICE POT ROAST Ib.) J. I|C SHOULDER BLADE POT ROAST lb. lli/ 2 c “REAL GOOD” TAMALES ...Each) /Jc LUER’S PURE LARD lb.) U VAN’S GROCERY SUGAR 10 lk 35 r PURE CANE WITH THIS COUPON SALT, Texaco 2 large pkgs. 15c JELLO 3 packages 19c LOG CABIN SYRUP Small Can 19c WHITE KING GRAN. SOAP Large 27c COFFEE b 25 DEL MONTE PASTE, Golden Age l h lb. pkg. 5c CAMPBELL’S...
P.T.A. PROGRAM FOR ROUNDER DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
P.T.A. PROGRAM FOR ROUNDER DAY A Founder’s Day meeting of th( Dahlia Heights P.T.A. will be helc Tuesday, at 2 p.m., in the kindergarten room. The speaker will b( Mrs. C. E. Hunter, P.T.A state board member in charge of character education, who will tell of her recenl trip to the Holy Land. Mrs. H. B Menardi will give a reading and Virginia Yoho, a Dahlia Hts. pupil will do a song and dance number Children will be cared for in room 4. Refreshments and a social houi will be enjoyed in the domestic science room after the meeting, the mothers of Mrs. Galbraith’s room being hostesses for the day. Mrs. White, now has the material on hand, and is asking for volunteers to sew for the needy. A definite day will be set aside for sewing at the school, which will be announced at the next meeting. It is hoped that the members will cooperate as the need for clothing is great. Mrs. Edwin J. Strong is prepared to answer any questions regarding an art exhibit to be held March 3 at Sparklett’s audit...
JUNIOR MUSICIAN CLUB HOLDS MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
JUNIOR MUSICIAN CLUB HOLDS MEET The Eagle Rock Junior Music club met at the home of Mrs. Clara' Biuce, 2373 Colorado Blvd., Monday night. An interesting meeting was conducted by Belle Vesey, president,, af ter which a delicious waffle sup-' per was served. Three new mem- ' bers were Initiated, WUetta Weis-j brod, Esterle Nations, and Virginia I Turner. Xlie club is sponsored by! of the Eagle Rock Presbyteriar church.
MORE MUST JOIN OR DROP CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
MORE MUST JOIN OR DROP CLASSES Women of Eagle Rock, who would like instruction In sewing and millinery, are invited to enroll in classes in dressmaking and millinery for adults conducted at the Eagle Rock grammar school, Caspar and Chickasaw. Many have enjoyed expert instruction in these two lines of endeavor, but the notice is issued that, unless the enrollment is increased, the classes must be dropped. The enrollment fee of $l.OO entitles a person to enter any or all adult classes at the school for the term. Those who have taken the course during the last semester report they have received valuable instruction md have enjoyed the association ivith other women. The classes starting at 9 a.m., are held as folows; Millinery, all day Wednesday starting at 9 a.m.; dressmaking, all lay Monday.
“SPIRIT OF AMERICA” IN BOOKS AT E. R. LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
“SPIRIT OF AMERICA” IN BOOKS AT E. R. LIBRARY Many books have been published recently typifying “The Spirit of America” and the following have been the most popular: Adams. “Epic of America.” Adams, “March of Democracy.” Beard, “Whether Mankind.” Sanchez, “Story of the States.” Drake, “America Faces the Future.” i Wertenbaker, “American People.” Beard, “Rose of American Civilization.” ' Adams, “Education of Henry Mams.” Adams, “Adams Family.” Brooks, “Life of Emerson.” Stevenson, “Poems of American listory." Mabie, “American Ideals.” the Eagle Rock branch library fc 5 cents per book.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
FRANKLIN EVENING HIGH 820 N. AVENUE 54 Announces the Opening of the Spring Semester SUBJECTS Algebra (Beg. &amp; Adv.) Arithmetic Art Crafts Bookkeeping Business Arithmetic Business English Business Law Cabinet Making Civil Service Preparation Clay Modeling &amp; Pottery Creative Writing Costume Design Dramatics French (Beg. and Adv.) jGeometry (Plane and Solid) AVAILABLE Landscape Gardening Lip Reading Mechanical Drawing Play Production Public Speaking Physical Education for Men Physical Education for Women Grammar School Review Short Story Writing Spanish (Beg. &amp; Adv.) Stenography (Gregg) Typewriting Trigonometry Woodshop School Opens Monday, February 6 Classes in Session from 7 to 9 P. M. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday REGISTRATION FEE $l.OO
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
HALBERT’S MEAI 1924 COLORADO BLVD. STEAKS ROUND GROUND ROUND.. SWISS.,.. lb.) lb.) lb.) FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER 3 POUNDS FOR lb. \ CENTER CHOPS lb. lb. FANCY MILK NO. 1 LEGS of LAMB H PURE PORK SAUSAGE lb. 10 NO CEREALS—Can Be Made Cheaper But Not Better J- ■■ NO WASTE STEWING BEEF lb.J fen "»■ 0 WHOLE OR SHANK END PORK LOIN ROAST Ib. 1 WHOLE OR BLADE END •* FANCY EASTERN SLICED BACON ■ U'- 1 6 t RIND OFF BY THE PIECE lb. BONELESS COTTAGE BUTTS lb. 1 run a liv’d CUDAHY’S HORMEL’S PICKLED BONELESS PIG’S FEET Jar 12 OUNCE JAR WILSON’S LAUREL-LEAF BRAND PURE LARD lb. pkg.) r ADVANCE SHORTENING ..-. .lb. pkg.) i SWIFT’S SLICED BACON ib.j RIND OFF—NO WASTE LUER’S y 2 POUND PACKAGE BACON Each MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN HOME MADE CHILI &amp; BEANS ALL SALADS Pint) »fl Pint) X
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
HALBERT’S MEATS 1924 COLORADO BLVD. STEAKS Round ib.) GROUND ROUND lb) I 1C SWISS . .'lb!) FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER 3 POUNDS FOR lb. 10 c 2sc BOEING BEEF POT ROAST PORK CHOPS CENTER CHOPS ib. m lb. 15c - I2V2C Ib. 10c lb. 15c FANCY MILK NO. 1 LEGS or LAMB "’•18 c ■lb. PURE PORK SAUSAGE.... NO CEREALS—Can Be Made Cheaper But Not Better NO WASTE BOM.ESS STEWING BEEF wa 0 2C WHOLE OR SHANK END PORK LOIN ROAST lb. lAc WHOLE OR BLADE END VT FANCY EASTERN SLICED BACON ■■■-* 1354' BY THE PIECE , lb. 11 «/ 2 c MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN HOME MADE CHILI &amp; BEANS Pint) 4 m ALL SALADS Pint) iQC
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
A SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 3 and 4 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE BROOKFIELD BUTTER "I 15c Purchase of 3 Cans Crystal White Cleanser at Rg. Price 10c With CAMPBELL Pork &amp; Beans Jell-Well Hurff Tomato Juice 12 oz. TIN Palmolive Soap.... FONTANA BRAND—B OZ. Macaroni, Spaghetti Holly Sal Soda 2'A LB. PKG. Pels Naptha Soap .. Skippy Dog Food .. BEEF RATION BEST FOODS Pitiful 97 r MAYONNAISE SSbZi Cloe’sßleach ..Qts. Leslie Shaker Salt.. 2 LB. PKG. Ken-L-Ration DOG FOOD RLC BRAND—NO. 2 CAN i A Kidney Beans 2r Lux Soap Flakes,.. SMALL Heinz Tomato Juice. WHITE KING GRANULATED SOAP LARGE PACKAGE 27c Nucoa DOLE'S—NO. 2 CAN THE PERFECT SPREAD Mushroom Buttons. 2 OZ. CANS GERBERS STRAINED Vegetables ALL BRANDS Canned Milk 2 Ig cns is Pineapple Juice.... Tomato Sauce 3 cans REGULAR 5c VALUE Sauer Kraut NO. 2!s CAN GOLDEN BANTAM Corn No. 2 can RLC BRAND KRISPY CRACKERS lb pkgs 2 for 25 FORREST’S BAKERY 1924 COLORADO BLVD. THURSDAY SPECIALS DA...
HOSPITAL OPENS UNIT FOR NURSES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
HOSPITAL OPENS UNIT FOR NURSES Lettie Fraser, hospital chairman of Unity unit,, Amsrtcan. isglonj auxiliary, with Agness Randall and Melvlna Talley, visited San Fernando hospital Monday, taking magazines and cigarettes. They were shown through the recreation hall and wards of the hospitalized nurses. This department has been newly furnished and is a restful and attractive place, according to their reports. Patients who receive no compensation are in need of carpet rags, which they weave into rugs to sell.
N. FIGUEROA COST PROTEST PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
N. FIGUEROA COST PROTEST PLANNED Active steps are being taken in Eagle Rock, by individuals and organizations, including the Chamber of Commerce, toward entering a vigorous protest against the flat assessment of $7.50 per 50-foot lot upon all property in this community for the opening and improvement of N. Figueroa street, formerly Pasadena Ave. Protests have been prepared by individuals are being circulated among porperty owners. Resolutions have been adopted by various organizations, and these are being forwarded to the city authorities. The protest petitions will be filed when sufficient names have been secured. It is anticipated, on account of the strong feeling expressed in the matter of the assessment, that the petitions will bear a very large num-» ber of names, as many in fact as can be reached.
CONSOLIDATE TWO I PYTHIAN LODGES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
CONSOLIDATE TWO I PYTHIAN LODGES The last few days have seen the consolidation of two Knights of Pythias lodges in Northeastern Los Angeles. By order of M. Z. Ellis, grand councillor, the Eagle Rock lodge has been consolidated with Miramonte lodge, of Highland Park. The impressive consolidation ceremony was attended by a number of Eagle Rock Pythians. Among those in attendance were the following officers of the Eagle Rock lodge: J. E. Pinkerton, C. C.; H. A. Miller, M. W.; Chas A Butler, K R S.; and W. A. Strayer, prelate.
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
GOODWILL And i &amp; Z-ij FRIENDSHIP A CELEBRATION ALL NEXT WEEK FEBRUARY 6 TO ll TO PROMOTE THE BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP AND GOODWILL BETWEEN THE MERCHANTS OF EAGLE ROCK AND THE PUBLIC OF EAGLE ROCK. k \ ... &gt; | f * MUSIC LIGHTS AND A GRAND CLIMAX '• r EAGLE ROCK IS OUR SHOPPING CENTER. THE INTERESTS OF ALL ARE PROMOTED BY THE gPIRIT OF GOODWILL AND CLOSER FRIENDSHIPS This Space Contributed by the Eagle Rock Advertiser. »; • ■ t. i 3L
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
SPARTANtMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLYD. R. N. WEAVE R, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 3 AND 4 COFFEE BUTTER HILL’S RED CAN EGGS FRESH CREAMERY U. S. EXTRAS, LARGE Fresh Ranch FRUIT PRESERVES 1 Kc KERN’S. POUND GLASS A P° UND 22 c I DOG FOOD .. A cans IQc I DOZEN IQc I SKIPPY A A I L/ A V GRANULATED SOAP 1 Qc PEET’S—LARGE PACKAGE A %J POP CORN IM BEX Pirtfic I CLEANSER JOLLY TIME I the master bleacher fl CRYSTAL WHITE C AN Qc I RICE 2 ,b - P k &amp;l2 C 12 CANS KM B COMET WHITE “ A ted B U MARMALADE KING KELLY. POUND JAR Jar JKc CALUMET I SALMON Vzscanl Pjc __ . ~ 1 , . Wk R.E.D. BAKING POWDER POUND CAN.. ,9Qc I RAISINS 9 lb - P k &amp;lO C JL fed KM ■ MARKET DAY """ VT FRUITS FOR SALAD...canine NO. 1 TINS A KM OLIVES Quart can 1 Pic HEMET BRAND A KM VANILLA EXTRACT. SCHILLING oz BOTTLE 39 4 PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 BARS Igc CORNED BEEF HASH...can9lc PRUDENCE. LARGE TINS " A SNOWDR...