Elephind.com contains 8,554 items from Eagle Rock Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
ITO STORE NO. 4 BROTHERS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 7 AND 8 ' * - ~ ■ 7 7 s. QUALITY SERVICE * FAIR PRICE "SELLS FANCY FOODS FOR LESS GROCERY DEPARTMENT TAPIOCA ACarnation-Albers product perfected by an exclusive milling process. Smooth and delicious.. .y ct so quick and easy to prepare! ntv froceu Boz. Package 10c For a Better Breakfast Pearls of Wheat A CARNATION-ALBERS CEREAL Big Package m THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH PSYLLIUM SEED is not a dru S’ but an accessory 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 15 c AG-AR-GEL IZ 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 i bs . 25c KELP—Rich in lodine lb. 50c Kelp has been used quite extensively as one o...
Personals [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
Personals The Mothers’ Club of Job's Daughters will meet at noon today, a' the home of Mrs. A. R. Mays, 1651 Hill drive. A large attendance ii expected. St. Barnabas guild will hold £ luncheon and bridge party Wednesday at 12:30 o’clock, at the parisl hall. A delicious menu has beet prepared by ladies of the churcl and a pleasant afternoon at card: is offered. All who enjoy bridgi are invited to attend. Mrs. J. E. Argus of Hill drive, hat as her guests at the Friday Morn ing club, Mrs. Paul Ferric Brown, program chairman of the Wotnen'i 20th Century club; Mrs. T. R. Knud sen, ways and means chairman Mrs. Frederick Beach, art chairmat and Mrs. H. A. Spackler, in chargi of club bulletins. A bridge luncheon of Eagle Rod chapter, 0.E.5., last week at Ma sonic Temple, was a typical mid winter occasion, table decoration consisting of a center piece present ing a winter scene, with sleds o candies at each plate. Mrs. R. E Giese was chairman of the day. I delicious luncheon wa sserved am 10...
YOSEMITE DANCE DRAWS BIG CROWD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
YOSEMITE DANCE DRAWS BIG CROWD Attendance at the last dance of the Yosemite Social club which showed a marked increase over previous parties, made it evident to the directors of Yosemite playground that there are many in the community who desire to attend these dances if given the opportunity. The club will hold another dance Saturday night, and the Invitation is repeated. Those desiring to attend and bring friends may make arrangements by calling the playground department and conferring with Miss Dorothy Hopkins or R. A. Chase. Excellent music is furnished for these dances, which occur twice monthly, and- the young people are well chaperoned.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
RAVING yOUR ]\|ONE¥ Man’s Hat cleaned-blocked BOTH *7PvC Man’s Suit cleaned-pressed FOR • WE WILL CLEAN AND PRESS Any Ladies Dress 45 c Plain or Pleated Ladies Coats 45® Plain or Fur Trimmed PANTS, SKIRTS SWEATERS DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED 20 c MEN’S OVER COATS DRY CLEANED &amp; PRESSED 45 c We Specialize in Fine Garment#—Your Garments Insured While in Our Possession SUITS PRESSED WHILE YOU WAIT Laundry Service That Saves You Money HANSELL &amp; CO. ODORLESS DRY CLEANERS Jmfaat Colorado Blvd.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
-H OMELAND-CENTRAL-MARKET 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sundays ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF COLORADO BOULEVARD IN EAGLE ROCK - - SPECIALS —Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, February 6, 7, and WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GROCERY DEPARTMENT i BUTTER C HALLE NGE lb. Jc With Purchase of West Coast Finest toilet Tissue. Big 1000 Sheet Rolls. At its usual low price of 3 Rolls 25c (LIMIT 2 DEALS TO CUSTOMER) B&amp;M BEANS. 4cans 95c| P&amp;G SOAP. .5 bars lit Red Kidney. No. 2 Cans WHITE KING ... .Lge 27 c Tomatoes No. l x k can Granulated Condensed Soap —-» t ’ ; — Red and Ripe. Big Cans COM MCARINE I POUND 5V2C I No. 2V2 Can IHe /limit Q Pond Yellow Cling. (Limit 3 Cans) Kippered Snacks. .can QVacl CIGARETTES ... .pkg. lie _ .. V I Camels, Chesterfields, Lucky’s Delicious. Tasty. TOMATO SOUP . can fiy 2 c TOMATO JUICE ... can Kt , W-r | The Drink for Health. 15-oz. CAMPBELL’S l *ne izruiK ior n»»u. w w I EGGS Do “" 17 c | I STRICTLY FRESH. LARGE I MEAT DEPARTMENT b Pkg.) Whi...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
Editorial “GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP” In the choice of “Goodwill and Friendship” as the name for the celebration in Eagle Rock this week, sponsored by merchants of the community, a better slogan or title hardly could have been found. It expresses most happily the thought behind the staging of the event, and tells graphically the story as ft exists today and of something that should be promoted to the fullest extent, in the relations between the people of Eagle Rock, merchants and the buying public. This is the first time such a project has been undertaken in this community. There have been numerous sales events, when a large majority of the merchants Joined In staging big shopping programs, to promote interest of local people in their stores, but in this case there j is added to the program the street and store decorations and the music and lights in the evenings, at the latter part of the week. There is every reason to expect this week’s celebration to be al grand success. The stage ...
WEATHER PROPHETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
WEATHER PROPHETS Thursday was Ground Hog Day. Now we are going to get a chance to see just how accurate a prophet he is. The theory is. of course, that, when he comes out on Feb. 2, if he sees his shadow he hies himself back into his burrow to spend another six weeks while he waits for fair weather. If the day is cloudy he stays out, because the weather is to be fair. Thursday was a nice bright day, so—well we’ll wait and see. Likewise we will watch with a good deal of interest the weather prognostications of certain widely advertised amateur weather prophets. Their predictions for February were widely advertised, with chart and all, last week in one of the metropolitan dailies, and all predicted a lot of dampness for this month. Already all of them but one have been proved false prophets. Here’s hoping the record will continue.
MENDELSSOHN IS PROGRAM’S THEME j [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
MENDELSSOHN IS PROGRAM’S THEME j The Eagle Rock Thursday Morning Music club's regular meeting Feb. 2, was held at the home of Mrs. C. W. West,, on Hill drive. The program was devoted to a study of the life and works of Felix Mendelssohn, and was arranged by Miss Mabel Thorne, club president. Miss Thorne presented, as an Introduction to the program, an interesting paper on the great composer. Readings from various musical au-; thorities, of Mendelssohn’s child-j hood, his relations with Goethe, his' love and marriage, his meeting withj Queen Victoria, were given; blending musical numbers and the bioI graphical sketch into a delightful whole. The following compositions by Mendelssohn were heard; | “I Would that my Love,” (vocal duet) Mrs. Elderkin, Mrs. Cooley. Accompanist; Mrs. West. ‘‘Songs without Words,” Miss Ella Armstrong. "Cradle Song," Mrs. Alice Horton Mills. Prom “Songs without Words,,” Mrs. Ruby Pollltzer. “On Wings of Song,” (violin and piano arrangement) Mrs. Meyer, guest...
NEW TOURNAMENT AT CARDS STARTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
NEW TOURNAMENT AT CARDS STARTS As the bridge and pinochle tour-' nament of the Masonic lodge closed last week, a new bridge tournament to be conducted by Job’s Daughters was announced. This tournament will open Tuesday night, at the home of Miss Ruth Lamb, 5319 Vincent Ave., and will continue weekly for two months. All bridge players are Invited, either to enter the tournament or to play just for the evening, Loretta Whltmer, Queen of Job’s Daughters, announces. Prizes will be awarded each evening of play, and a grand prize will be given the tournament winner at the end of the two months. Each stage of the tournament will be played at the home of one of the menbers, to be announced weekly This form of bridge playing has become popular. The tournament conducted by the Masons, was well attended and proved enjoyable recreation for scores who were re-
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY STATIONERY-GIFTS-BOOKS-TOYS-GREETING CARDS -KODAKS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES AT NEAR BELOW COST COST COST Below are listed a few of the thousands of items placed on the Altar of Sacrifice for the final week of Sager’s store-wide Money Raising Event, VALENTINES 20 % OFF Over 15,000 Valentines tor you to chose from, including ones for every member of the family, as well as friends, and Plenty of 1c - 2c - 3c &amp; 5c ones for Kiddies. All 35c Material 28c. All 25c Material 20c SAGER’S STATIONERY &amp; GIFTS 2167 Colorado Blvd. At the Circle
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
svsrc&amp;Zi: * *4 k’ SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 7 AND 8 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE BROOKFIELD OREGON CHEESE CAMPBELL Pork &amp; Beans Jell-Well Hurff Tomato Juice 12 OZ. TIN Palmolive Soap.... Per Pound 18 c FONTANA BRAND—B OZ. (Macaroni, Spaghetti Holly Sal Soda 2Vi LB. PKG. Pels Naptha Soap .. Skippy Dog Food .. BEEF RATION CHASE &amp; SANBORN COFFEE ... .Per Pound 31 c “IT’S DATED” Cloe’sßleach ..Qts. Leslie Shaker Salt.. 2 LB. PKG. Ken-L-Ration DOG FOOD RLC BRAND—NO. 2 CAN Kidney Beans Lux Soap Flakes... SMALL Heinz Tomato Juice. SUN-MAID RAISINS isoz-pkgs. go PUFFED OR NECTARS Nucoa DOLE’S—NO. 2 CAN THE PERFECT SPREAD Mushroom Buttons. 2 OZ. CANS GERBERS STRAINED Vegetables. ALL BRANDS Pineapple Juice.... Tomato Sauce 3 cans REGULAR 5c VALUE Sauer Kraut NO. 2Vi CAN GOLDEN BANTAM Canned Milk 2 Ig cns . Corn No. 2 can RLC BRAND 29 38 JAM PURE OZ C FRUIT OR BERRY BABY BEEF MILK LAMB JJALBERT’g EASTERN PORK MILK VE...
MRS. MARSHALL IS GUEST ARTIST AT CLUB LUNCH I [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
MRS. MARSHALL IS GUEST ARTIST AT CLUB LUNCH I Mrs. M. L. Marshall, Indian welfare chairman of the Women’s 20th Century club, was among guest artists to appear on a special program at the West Ebell club of Los Angeles Tuesday. About 300 were present at the luncheon, when the program was presented. Mrs. Marshall has an enviable reputation as a reader, having been heard by many Los Angeles clubs aS well as local organizations. She also is well versed in Indian handcraft, and plans to have a group of Indians from the Sherman Indian school at Riverside as a feature of a section day program at the 20th century club in the neat future.
BOLSHEVIK RUSSIA | LECTURE SUBJECT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
BOLSHEVIK RUSSIA | LECTURE SUBJECT i Dr. Louis R. Patmont, world j traveler, author, scientist, linguist and authority on Soviet Russia, will | give an llustrated lecture on “The, Spirit and Face of Communism,” j this evening at 7:30. at York Manor chapel, interdenominational com-1 munity church, 4132 Verdugo road. [ Last evening he spoke on “The World Crisis and Communism.” Dr. Patmont sfjent several months in Russia in 1930 where he studied Soviet conditions, and the pictures which he shows reveal actual living conditions there and were taken by. him at considerable risk. They represent facts of the effect Communism has upon humanity and the havoc it plays with religion and decency. These lectures have been given at the Church of the Open Ddoi- and in many large churches throughout the city, as well as Better America Federation, D. A, R.. Commonwealth club of Calif., Kiwanis, Rotarians, Lions, Federated Women’s clubs, Chambers of Commerce | and many other patriotic and civic ' ord...
LEGION AUXILIARY MEET FEB. 14 TO BE IMPORTANT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
LEGION AUXILIARY MEET FEB. 14 TO BE IMPORTANT Many members of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, are planning to be present at the 4th area meeting to be held Tuesday ; evening. Feb. 14. at Patriotic hall, i This will be one of the most im- ! portant meetings of the year. Lorena Good, state department president, is expected to be present and extensive reports of work In the area will be heard. Units throughout Los Angeles, Glendale, Pasadena, South Pasadena, and at the various beaches, represented in the 4th area, are making a. last minute drive for members in order to bring up the average for their respective districts before the membership reports are to be given.