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LEGION-AUXILIARY DANCE SATURDAY PLEASING EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
LEGION-AUXILIARY DANCE SATURDAY PLEASING EVENT Enthusiastic young folks mingled with more staid forties at the American legion and auxiliary dance Saturday night at Verdugo playgrounds. Music that left nothing to be desired, gracious hostesses, and a master of ceremonies kept everyone moving to the tune of a good time. This dance climaxed six months under the chairmanship of Mrs. Abbie Rauen of the auxiliary. It is expected the dances will continue on the first Saturday of each month, but this will be definitelydecided at the next meeting of the auxiliary Feb. 15. at Verdugo playgrounds.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
SPARTAN DRIVE IN MARKET 4714 Eagle Rock Blvd. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. CLeveland 69375 1 SPECIALS on SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6—7—B I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CAKE FLOUR 44-oz. Pkg 22 c SWANSDOWN ;.v .Ti-jyi Tomatoes... .9 cans 25 c CnIU Dnolr Vn *&gt; 1/. Pan Solid Pack—No. 2 A Can MARGARINE GOLDEN WEST COFFEE CUB BRAND Pound 1 Qc FRESH ROASTED V Ground While You Walt. WALNUTS EMERALD ib. i6c DRANO..... Cleans and opens drains can 10c BUTTER p # umi 22' FRESH CREAMERY OLD FASHION Butter Cookies ... lb. 1 Qc Box of 48 Delicious Sugar Cookies COCOA lb. pkg. 1A c BISHOP’S FULL POUND ONKOR Lge. Pkg. 27c WASHING POWDER " * EASY ON THE HANDS CORN 3 tins 25c iinrorr vrT»* Va O rSnc * “BEST YET”—No. 2 Cans 'CRACKERS ■ 2 25‘
BASKETBALL TEST COMPETITION KEEN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
BASKETBALL TEST COMPETITION KEEN Finals of the basketball tests, which have been conducted at Yosemite playground for the past two weeks, will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons of this week. Much interest has been shown by boys of all ages in these tests, and between 75 and 100 have entered the competition. Preparation for the junior pentathlon will begin at the playgrounds about Feb. 15. Ten applicants already have signed up, and Director R. A. Chase expects 40 or 50 more. These will be eliminated as the try-outs progress until Ihe finals determine those to represent the local playground and enter the city competition, which will in turn furnish the Los Angeles representatives in the Santa Barbara Junior Chamber of Commerce junior pentathlon this summer.
FREE DEMONSTRATION OF THE LATEST PHONE PLANT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
FREE DEMONSTRATION OF THE LATEST PHONE PLANT Giving the public an opportunity to visit the new ANgelus telephone building at 3434 E. 4th. St., an invitation has been issued by K. D. Schwab, district manager of the Southern Telephone company, to all residents of Northeast Los Angeles to attend a free demonstration and sound picture show Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 20 and 21. Visitors ivij] be welcome at the big telephone center between 2 and 9 p.m. each day. The building houses recently installed dial equipment waiting to go into service Feb. 26, and actual equipment will be used in demonstrating how ANgelus dial telephone will work, Schwab said. More than a score of guides will be on hand to escort visitors from basement to top of the building. Talking pictures covering many of the interesting phases of providing telephone service here and abroad will be shown, both after- j noons and evenings. Young and old are invited to this entertaining fea- [ ture for which no charge will be, made...
LORIN RAKER WILL PLAY TITLE ROLE IN PREMIERE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
LORIN RAKER WILL PLAY TITLE ROLE IN PREMIERE Lorin Raker, stage and screen actor, plays the title role in the American premiere of Lord Dun- j sany’s new comedy, "Mr. Faithful,” i which opens Tuesday evening at the Pasadena Community Playhouse. | Raker's performance in the New York production of “Six Cylinder Love” two years ago, led to his engagement in Hollywood for the filming of the play. He has since played in many picture productions. Herbert Evans, stage and screen player, continus his titled roles, playing Sir Walter Wample in the production. He played Count Von Stainz in “Reunion in Vienna” with Ina Claire at the Belasco, and in 1 several pictures. The supporting cast, announced by Gilmor Brown, includes Peggy | Campbell, Addison Richards, Thomas Browne Henry, Sharley Simpson, 1 Murray Yeats, William Burns, Leon 1 Connell, Gene Beuerman, Walter' Rousseau and Lee J. Cobb.
ARCHITECT OPENS OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
ARCHITECT OPENS OFFICE W. P. Major, architect, of 2051 \cidison way, Eagle Rock, has leas;d a part of the offices of C. A. VlcClintock, real estate dealer, at [Bl6 Colorado Blvd., and will open irchitect offices in that location. Hr.-Major is a well known and suc:essfiil architect and builder, who las a wide acquaintance in Eagle Sock and other districts of the Los
SCOUT INFLUENCE ADDRESS SUBJECT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
SCOUT INFLUENCE ADDRESS SUBJECT Rev. James Whitcomb Brougher, Jr., pastor of the First Baptist church of Glendale, addressed about 100 members of the Boy Scout auxiliary at a meeting Thursday evening at Yosemite playground. His subject was "The Parent’s Opportunity.” He dealt with the value of the Boy Scout influence and pointed out the parent’s obligation in this respect. The meeting opened with community singing led by Nigel DeBruliere, accompanied by Miss Nana King. Virgil Drengberg played a violin solo, followed by a group of numbers by his violin ensemble, accompanied by Miss Ethel Congdon. Following the meeting, refreshments were served and a social hour enjoyed.
POWER BUREAU TO SPEND LARGE SUM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
POWER BUREAU TO SPEND LARGE SUM | Voting $554,588 of power revenue j funds for improvements and exteni sions to the municipal electric system, the board of water and power commissioners gave .substantial assurance that the promise to furnish employment through the winter and spring months. “'This additional appropriation,” explained John W. Baumgartner, president of the board, "is to ex- | pand the construction program lai unched earlier in the year, when $l, I 276.779 was appropriated.” j The items in the continued build- , ing schedule, prepared by E. F. Scattergood, chief electrical enginI eer and general manager of the I bureau of power and light, include: Several miles of double circuit overhead lines, to cost $130,000; 33, 000—volt conduit on Vine and Clinton streets, to cost $100,000; two 33,000—v01t cables from station at 117 south Corto street to the north! Vine street station, to cost $lOO,OOO and equipment for evacuating oil from 33,000—v01t cables, to $2,200. Additions, ...
OBITUARY MBS. SALLIE E. GIVENS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
OBITUARY MBS. SALLIE E. GIVENS Funeral rites were conducted Tuesday afternoon for Sallie E. Givens who died Jan. 29 at her home, 2323 Addison way, Eagle Rock. Services at Cresse’s Highland Park mortuary were followed by interment in Graceland section of Forest Lawn. Born 91 years ago in Kentucky. Mrs. Givens had been a resident of Los Angeles since 1923. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Mollie A. Hogan of Los Angeles, and one son, T. L. Givens of Kansas City, Mo.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
Sponsors For Goodwill Week In Eagle Rock (Continued from Page 1) Following are the sponsors for »idwill and Friendship Week/in le Rock, | ngia ing through to Saturday evening: Phillip’s Shoe Hospital. Kilty’s Dry Goods. Sager’s Stationery. Snow Drug Co. Union Oil Co. Milton 5-10-25 Store. Hulbsrt Radio Electric Co. Frolic Frocks. Campbell Electric Co. Morgan's Dry Goods Roberts Clothes Shop. S. R. Knox, Jeweler. New Way Barber &amp; Beauty Shop. Eagle Rock Bakery. Kaplan's Boot Shop. W. H. Henderson Meat Market Wynn Chevrolet Co. D —S Drug Co. Mrs. A. J. Montgomery, Millinery &amp; Cleaners. Model Market. Modern Shoe Rebuilding Shop. f Eagle Rock Drug Co. .j" Eagle Rock Hardware Co. •IV &gt;. V-CaIWH s «Meat Market of the Eagle Market. Weaver’s Radio Store. OPENING—COLORADO BEAUTY SHOPPE K6sColorado Blvd. SPECIALS Permanents Croquignole .s2* - $3-* Combination s4* Shampoo, Rinse &amp; Finger Wave 60 c Marcelling
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE— Classified Advertisements j 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. j 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 Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Garden- ' ing. Excavating. Grading. Hauling. Top Soil and Decomposed Granite. A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Ave. 50 AL. 9241 3 Situations Wanted YOUNG MAN wants painting or garden work. A-l Refs. AL. 2881 tflc SITUATION WANTED—Designing, dressmaking in your home. Difficult fittings specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. $6 a day. AL. 4375. M&amp;T2t2c RELIABLE WO...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
FOR RENT UNPURN—I26S Hill drive. 5 room stucco. Tile bath and sink. Double garage. AL. 4470. tfl9c FOR RENT UNFURN.—Most Desirable. Many : built-ins. Three rms., sleeping porch, large closets. Heaters. $20.00. Water paid. 2329 Yosemite Dr. M&amp;Ttf22c 7 Wanted to Rent ROOM &amp; BOARD WANTED Middle aged gentleman wishes room, board and laundry for $25 a month. Phone ALbany 8283. It6p 9 For Sale or Trade ..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 WANTED —From owner 5 room frame north of Colorado. Cash for bargain. Bx X. Advertiser. TMT3Op 11 For Sale FOR SALE —Late model Ford V-8 Sport Roadster. Nearly new. Very few miles. Will give Big discount. WYNN CHEVROLET CO. 2252-4-6-8 Colorado Blvd. FOR SALE—lvory dresser, bedstead, rocker and chair in first class condition. Cheap. 2240 E. Norwalk Ave. 2t6p For Job Pri...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 6 February 1933
I MARKET .A.f JL 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. JL PHONE; CLEVELAND 69516 Specials Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday February 6, 7 and 8 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY “GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP WEEK” Leg Pork, whole or half... .lb.) Hormel Skin.. Hams Shk End lb.) Fresh Sliced Liver lb.) PORK CHOPS lb.) 9 C STEAKS Prime No 1 Kansas City Baby Beef SIRLOIN ROUND SWISS GROUND ROUND lb.) lb.) lb.) lb.) 14c CHOICE POT ROAST BABY BEEF HEARTS SLICED MINCED HAM SWEET PICKLED BEEF TONGUES lb.) lb.) lb.) lb.) 10c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER lb.) PLATE BOILING BEEF lb.) BACON Sliced with rind off ..lb.) _ Rib &amp; Loin Pork Chops.... lb.) I Choice LAMB CHOPS .... lb.) - L V FRESH CUT SPARE RIBS lb.) SELECT OX-TAILS lb.) Hormel’s Eastern DRY SALT PORK lb.) r■ LUER’S—WIENERS and CONEYS lb.) LUER’S —Fresh Liver Sausage, Bologna lb.) 10c 12 k LUER’S PURE LARD lb l c With 1 Pound LINK PORK SAUSAGE at 15c LARGE LAMB PATTIES 4 for) LARGE DILL PICKLES 3 for) 10c Spiced Pork L...