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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Expert All Branches Beauty Work. All Work Guaranteed EXTRA SPECIALS 65c Shampoo and Dry Finger Wave (MARCEL 25c MORE) WET WAVES 25c PERMANENT waves $3.50 and Up . Open Evenings by Appointment Dahlia Beauty Shop ALbany 3622 5110 Townsend EAGLE ROCK’S ORANGE “I® WHOLESALE and RETAIL __ Where you buy Better Oranges, Grapefruit and Lemons Cheaper. You can do better at this exclusive Citrus Market. Highway Prices. JUICE ORANGES box fiftc SWEET NAVELS. GOOD SIZE Vr\7 ORANGES Dozen sc—loc—lsc lUICY SWEET NAVELS—JUST RIGHT FOR EATING GRAPEFRUIT Q for. 9 5c SWEET SEEDLESS. Arizona cr Imperial THESE ARE GOOD BIG 80 SIZE LEMONS Dozen Kc_l Ac JUICY. RIPE. FRESH. ” -M. VP We Deliver Any Amount Any Place in Eagle Rock. ' i , ■ I i ■ J)EAL jyjARKET 1»54 COLORADO BLVD.
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Sio oo res *m: tc;soMY pu:rs &gt;0 i VEGETABLE SOUP 2 !=?„: 29c HORMEL-.15 vegetables lOpkgs. CIGARETTES CHESTERFIELD, OLD GOLD, LUCKY STRIKE, CAMEL BUTTER COOKIES X 15c PRISCILLA...UNEEDA BAKERS ARMOUR’S STAR "FIXED FLAVOR' BACON %-lb. SLICED pkg. WITH THE PURCHASE OF Ic 2 half E" 7C‘jLD C MICKELBERRY A 44c Value for 26c! Only the Finest Meats POT ROAST FIRST CUT CHUCK CENTER CUT ROAST lb. |sc PORK ROAST BLADE END LOIN CENTER CUT ROAST lb. 1?C lb l2c b |Oc PORK ROULETTE boneless roast &gt;b.|3 C VEAL ROULETTE BONELESS ROAST lb. 17c BULK LARD KETTLE RENDERED lb. 5c A3-POUND CAN $2.25 LAMB ROULETTE Tol L # s 18c CHICKENS BAklnG 5 FOWL ib 25c DRY PICKED . . . FRESH DRESSED EVERY SALE IS UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED Fresh Fruits and Vegetables CELERY CHULA VISTA sta,k 5c APPLES BEAUTIES 6 1b 15c PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2, 3, 4 ■ Ail A l\ ‘f* _
“GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP” WEEK IS PLAN OF MERCHANTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
“GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP” WEEK IS PLAN OF MERCHANTS (Continued from Page 1) time. The project was held up on account of previous rainy and cold weather, but with the improved weather it now is planned to stage the event. "Goodwill and Friendship” was chosen as the name for the week's celebration, as best describing the relations between the Eagle Rock merchants and the public. It also was chosen as being particularly adapted to next week's event when merchants will virtually hold open house for the people of Eagle Rock. The event is planned as a means of promoting better and closer friendships, and to bring the public and the merchants into closer contact, and also to call to the attention of those who are not particularly familiar with the local stores, the opportunities afforded by shopping with Eagle Rock merchants.
REBUILDING PIER • STORMS DAMAGED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
REBUILDING PIER • STORMS DAMAGED Rebuilding of the wrecked municipal recreation pier at Cabrillo Beach, Los Angeles harbor, was due to get under way this week. As a result of two of the most severe storms in the history of Cabrillo Beach, within a three-week period, craft moored in the outer harbor were thrown against the pier, demolishing a large portion of it. Boats of every description were strewn along the inside beach at Cabrillo, some of the craft in public use at the beach being included. Plans call for repair of damaged sections of the pier and reconditioning of boating equipment in the municipal service. . Estimated cost of the work is $2OOO. Every effort will be made, according to Supt. Hoyt, to speed the work in order to have the pier ready for service by Feb. 14. On that date, the historic ship Constitution is due to arrive at Los Angeles harbor, and the recreation department is making ready to operate sightseeing boats from Cabrillo pier to a point near the old frigate ...
I OLD-TIME DANCE CONTEST TO REVIVE PAST CUSTOMS j [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
I OLD-TIME DANCE CONTEST TO REVIVE PAST CUSTOMS j Reviving the romantic times when ladies in hoop skirts and bustles danced with gentlemen in stocks, and side-whiskers to the tune of. the “Reel and Toe Polka,” “Scottische,” and “Varsouvienna,” thei annual Old-Fashioned Dancing Fes- j tlval, sponsored by the city play-1 ground department, will take place at Echo Community center the evening of Feb. 15. Quadrilles, the Virginial reel, and old-fashioned waltzes will take the place of modern fast-stepping dan- | ces, to the tune of “fiddles." The festival this year will be in the nature of a contest, with awards to be given for the best costumes, the best executed dances, and the most tuneful fiddling. An award will also be offered for the best “dance-caller,” an individual who was the old-fashioned equivalent of the modem “master of ceremonies.”
SYLVIA CYDNEY, LUBIN TO PLAY “LILLIOM” LEAD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
SYLVIA CYDNEY, LUBIN TO PLAY “LILLIOM” LEAD Sylvia Sydney, former stage star of New York and now a sclntillant star of the screen, and Arthur Lubln, director and motion picture executive, and former actor-direc-tor, will play the leading roles in a lavish revival of “Lilliom,” Franz Molnar’s great fantasy spectacle, to be staged for a limited engagement of two weeks at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, beginning Feb. 28, Gllmor Brown, producing director, announces. At her request, the ParamountPubllx studios have granted Miss Sydney permission to play the role, that of “Julie,” which will mark her first stage appearance in the West. T.nMn was also granted permission from the studios to return to the Pasadena Community Playhouse to play the role of “Lilliom” which he hwl played several years age there
UNIQUE FEATURES FOR CARD PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
UNIQUE FEATURES FOR CARD PARTY What will it be, bridge, or shall j we try our luck in Monte Carlo? [ This question may be asked many j times Friday night, Feb. 10, by 1 guests attending a card party of j the Women’s 20th Century club. For in addition to the regular aucj tion and contract bridge, there will t be the inner sanctum called “Monte Carlo,” where the “roulette wheel” will “spin,” the magic of parches! and the odds of the marble shoot will hold in thrall players who either do not play bridge or have tired i of it. j The committee says, “Of course j it is all in fun,” but the atmosphere ; will be there, croupier, chips and all, and those who like their Monte Carlo on native soil will be both satisfied and intrigued over this unique arrangement. This is just one of the special features of the card party arranged by the re- 1 sourceful ways and means commit- ; tee of the club. Club members and i non-club members alike are invited, j After the games, the committee will serve re...
m- -. – yagir r ,;a>i ,/yxa nuiMrMiiw., i c ««.■«»—p«w AWifii? Announced fob fed. m [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
m- -. - yagir r ,;a&gt;i ,/yxa nuiMrMiiw., i c ««.■«»—p«w AWifii? Announced fob fed. m / With the youngest participants in one of mankind's oldest sports scheduled to compete, the third annual invitational Junior Archery Tournament of Los Angeles will take place at the Terminal Island playground range Saturday, Feb. 18. The tourney, under sanction of the Southern California Archery association, will provide competition for youngsters under 14 years, and another for those 14 to 16.
Hie J?AJPiM€RS COBN€R iyMPHHWLOR Sec. Agricultural Legislative . ’ Committee of California [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Hie J?AJPiM€RS COBN€R iyM PHHWLOR Sec. Agricultural Legislative . ’ Committee of California California’s tangled finanlcal and taxation problem, paramount issue of the 1933 state legislation both in its reglation to agriculture and the welfare of the state generally, is still far from solution . With the lawmakers back in their home for the 30 —day intermission between session, the legislative box score for the first month tallies about as follows: ON ECONOMY ISSUES Refusal to submit emergency measures to the people to curtail school costs or other “fixed charges”. Refusal to accept the budet for the coming two years, due largely to its provisions for shifting certain costs back to the counties and local government. Failure, at the first session,, to sumit a substitute budget. Recommendations, through the Bush economy committee, for many drastic and far-reaching reductions in the cost of general government. The work of this commttee constituted the only positive action of the sessio...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
BEAD AND USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS arajimaiaiaiajaiajargiEizraiEfafaij Painting Decorating Spraying Wall Paper Hanging THE KIND OF WORK THAT SATISFIES 1932 Low Prices H. A.MILLER 5225 Hartwick st. AL 8336 ieiaiaaigiaiaigjaigramgrararaf^ig PLUMBING SERVICE We Guarantee Best of Workmanship on Any Job WATER HEATERS All makes sold, Installed or repaired. PHONE Albany 4472 H.E. Billingsley 1547 Fairpark Ave. ;
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
PROFESSIONAL —AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY— 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 BOCK, 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 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 Bock Bled., at Colo. Dr. B. F. Sherman Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted E. R. Medical - Dental Group 1169 Colo. Blvd., Phone AL. 1184 CHIROPRACTORS Hal. J. Power DENTISTRY 1609 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 8618 MUSIC Virgil Drengberg Teacher of Violin Will Cali at Home ALbany 5902 1370 LOS FLORES DRIVE Miss Ethel M. Congdon Teacher of Voice and Piano 5160 Hartwick St. Phone: ALbany 5922 RAD...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements Thomas Upton, who made a fortune In tea, had a verse for a business motto: His autobiography, Just published, reveals that his belief was: “The man who on his trade relies must either bust or advertise.” 2 Personal Business COMMERCIAL ART Private Instructions insure rapid advancement. Show cards, posters, signs, pictorial display—layouts. Color rudiments &amp; pigment. Silk screen reproduction process. Phone ALbany 4353 lt2p 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 Re...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
5 For Rent—Furn. FOR RENT—Purn. Single Apartment. Overstuffed. Garage and water included. $lO month. ALbany 0576. M&amp;T2t2p FOR RENT—Purn. or unfum. 4 room modern house. Garage. $17.50. furnished or $l5, unfurn. Water paid. CLeveland 63008. 4963 Mt. Royal Drive. It2p FOR RENT —Nicely furnished small cottage. Overstuffed. Piano. Garage. Adults. Inquire 5071 Hermosa. AL. 1270. tf26c FOR RENT—S room furnished home, $25. Piano and overstuffed. Also 3 rooms and garage $lB. Inquire 1420 Yosemite Dr. It2c 6 For Rent—Unfurn. HOUSES—FOR RENT—Unfurn. 1588 Hill Dr. 8-room modern home. Large rms, 2 tile baths, unit heat. $7O. Scholfield &amp; Sheppard 1622 Colorado Blvd. AL 8223 FOR RENT UNFURN—House, 6 rms., bath, garage. Newly decorated. Water paid, $lB. Owner 4946 Avoca. Cor. Linda Rosa Ave. Ttf26c FOR RENT —Unfurn. 5-room frame, newly decorated, near high school, and grade school. $25 to small family. Phone owner, AL. 8323. OR rent—Unfur. new stucco duplex; cozy; 4 rms low...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
8 Real Estate BARGAINS 5 rooms on level lot Vs block E. of Eagle Rock Blvd. Near car, stores, schools, etc. TOTAL PRICE $3OOO. Terms to suit. 7 room stucco. North of Colorado Blvd. Vs block stores, car, etc. Large level lot. Total price $4500. Terms $lOOO Down. 6 room house, stucco, level lot. Total price $4OOO. Terms. 5 room frame. Mortgage is $3OOO. Will accept clear lot for equity. Submit. Clear lot near Eagle Rock High School. Total price $450. ASK WARD &amp; JENSEN Realtors, Insnrors and Builders 4623 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Phone ALbany 1614 SPECIALS! Eight room home between Colorado Blvd. and Hill Drive. % blk. to carline. $3700 —Terms. (To settle estate). Good 6-room home above Colorado Blvd., near Hill Drive. Two blocks to carline. Only $2900. Terms. Go6d 4-room hillside home. Garage, 1 -gaining, wglls, large pak_tr £ e, Only $2OOO. Terms. Also a good bargain in lots. Scholfield &amp; Sheppard 1622 Colorado Blvd. AL. 8223 FOR SALE —Modern 5 room English stucco. Clo...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
9 For Sale or Trade FOR EXCHANGE—Improved chicken ranch, with modern home on Blvd. Desire E. R. or Los Angeles property. CL. 63008. U2p ..Exchange—Real Ranch--20 acres finest So. Calif, land in grain. 6-rm modern house, electricity, water in house, pumping plant. What have you and a little cash. W. A. Feaster, AL. 2704. tf3oc 10 Wanted WAITED—From owner 5 room frame north of Colorado. Cash for bargain. Bx X. Advertiser. TMT3Op 11 For Sale NEW AND USED FURNITURE Hi oven range, rebuilt and the enamel baked on, $11.75; Da Bed with new pad, $8.50; green twin bed, one only, $4.00; 8 yards linoleum, $3.25; Axminster throw rugs, $2.50; 4-burner range, $5.95; Ivory bed and dresser, $12.50, all like new; baby crib, $2.50; ironing board, 95c; books of all kinds, the largest stock in Eagle Rock. We buy, sell and exchange. Lovely green breakfast set, like new, $6.50. Call Us for Estimate on Repairing, Refinishing or Upholstering. Light Hauling Cheap. COLE FURNITURE CO. 1578 Colorado Blvd. AL 81...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
11 For Sale FOR SALE—Lady’s diamond, beautiful mounting, cost $lOO.OO. Sacrifice, $4O. Also cameo ring -with pearls, $lO,OO. Vacuum cleaner, like new, sacrifice, $7.30. AL. 9040. 5670 Hub St. 2t3op ANY reasonable cash offer accepted for ’2B Chevrolet Cabriolet. Good condition. 5220 Ellenwood Place. It2p New Used FURNITURE Buy American—Buy in Eagle Bock Invalids Wheel Chair to rent or for Sale. 2-Piece Overstuffed Sets —,532.50 — $29.50 Overstuffed chair and rocker—s3.so $4.00 Coffee Tables (New) $1.89 Gas and Electric Heaters $l.OO up Hi and Lo Gas Stoves $3.00 up Wilcox Gibbs Portable Electric Sewing Machine $22.50 Wind Wings (Pair) $l.OO Day Beds and Pads . $8.50 - $12.50 Breakfast Sets —$4,50 - $6.50 - $12.00 Single Bed and Coil Spring ... $5.00 4-Piece Bedroom Set (4 Posted Bed) $12.00 8.3x10.6 Rugs—s3.oo - $6.50 - $lO.OO - $15.00 Book Cases, (Glass Doors)—s7.so - $lO.OO Beds. Single and Double . $l.OO up Drop head Singer Sewing Machine $7.50 TRUCKING We Buy Sell Exchange WM. F....
VAST AMOUNT OF PRODUCE BOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
VAST AMOUNT OF PRODUCE BOUGHT While others have been talking farm aid, the forgotten man, and technocracy, a western food distributor has been acting "farmocracy,' Ralph Pringle, divisional managsi of Safeway-Piggly Wiggly stores ol Southern California, reveals. During the last 14 months, Safe-way-Piggly Wiggly stores in the 11 western states, have cooperated with the western producers in nine concentrated drives to reduce the surplus crops of the farmers, strengthen the growers’ markets, and convert bumper production into cash. In these grower-consumer campaigns, more than 250 tons of pork, 120 carloads of lamb, 40 cars of California and Arizona grapefruit, 22 cars of beans, 6000 sacks of rice. 88,000 lugs of California Cling Peaches, 95 cars of western flour, 77 tons of Oregon prunes, and 72 tons of walnuts have been moved from the western producer to the consumer through Safeway-Piggly Wiggly stores. Central California raisins will be the first item in the grower-con-sumer campai...