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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
r. $2O as Price complete with Majestic Matched Tubes. 1933 Model // v ' m i m m y' * Model 173 .00 Complete With Majestic Itched Tubes. 1933 Model superheterodyhe circuit and dynamic speaker. Tbfey ! have full-pentode amplifiesdoot utilize the new Seven-prong tube, and are remarkable for fidelity of tone, selectivity and sensitivity. Small down payment and special easy terms. Campbell Electric COMPANY 5062 EAGLE ROOK BLVD. CL. 67021
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
COMMUNITY CHURCH OF EAGLE ROCK 1649 Yosemlte Drive—Opposite the High School Rev W. H. Pike, Assisting Pastor. 9:30 a. m. Bible School. 11 :a. m. Morning worship. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Wednesday evening, prayer service. COLORADO BOULEVARD FURNITURE COMPANY 2028 COLOR ADO HLVI). ALbany 0180 Uouk OUR SPECIAL FOR GOOD WILL WEEK A 2 PIECE ROBERTI SANI-WEB CONSTRUCTION LIVING ROOM SUITE This Suite is constructed of hardwood frame with high grade workmanship throughout, and is covered with multi-colored Jacquard Velour. SALE PRICE $3750
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
MORGAN’S STORE 2148 COLORADO BLVD. It takes more than a display of flags and loud music to interest the buying public todayWe Hope Every Merchant Gets Big Hearted HERE ARE SOME OF OUR OFFERINGS!! Men’s Broadcloth Shirts .. Each 5Q C 3uper-Tex Figured Broadcloth, Men’s Neck Band Shirts.. .Each § 1.00 SIZE 14',4 ONLY —Now you men wearing this size get here't early for this is a bargain you may never get again. Some with 2 separate collars and made up in best of fabrics. Allen “A” Bobbie 50x..... Pair 1 gc i a a »l a _ t.2_ -.nlii Unlr Plain colors. Bought to sell for more. This sale Only Mercerized Elastic..... .£&gt; yds. IQc n/\rr nnAAT 1/ TVmi BOIL PROOF. Vt INCH Girls Pretty Print Dresses. .Each £Qc Some have panties to match—New Spring Styles. GENUINE “KUTEKUTS”... each 7Qc ALL NEW STYLES " Boys Button-on Waists ... Each QQc Fine Broadcloth Neat Patterns —well tailored —sizes 4-5-6 Men’s Broadcloth Shirts .. Each 7Qc hv I'PUIITIPS.inNVS” nhli.h ic a • V Plain colors, made...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
WE CLOSE SUNDAY. 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sunday Vt BUY NOW FOR SUNDAY ... WE CLOSE SUNDAY ... BUY NOW FOR SUNDAY ! One Block South t of Colorado Blvd. HOMELAND CENTRAL MARKET in Eagle Rock We Reserve the Right to ' Limit Quantities «j SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURMY FEBRUARY 9-10-11 LARGE, STRICTLY FRESH MILK 3 cans lo'|EGGS te 3 c l BUTTER TALL CANS WITH PURCHASE OF FINE TABLE SYRUP GOLD STEAM, 14 oz, at reg. price 10c CORNED BEEF. 9 cans 9f&gt;c BIG 12 02. CANS ■■ ■■ JELL-WELL Pkg Kc ASSORTED FLAVORS ” With purchase of MINUTE BISCUIT FLOUR At low regular price of 25c BROOKFIELD COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE, Drip or Regular lb - 25 c SWEET PICKLES . . Jar 1 Ac CALIF. HOME, 6'A oz. ” CORN . . . IRIS, Fancy Petite No. 2 can JQc STRING BEANS . 4 cans 25‘ ASTER, No. 2 Cans SUGAR 10 lk 29 c PURE CANE—CLOTH BAGS (LIMIT 2 DEALS) With Purchase of West Coast Toilet Tissue. Big 1000 Sheet Rolls. At Usual Low Price - 3 rolls 25c CATSUP Bottle 1 Ac vm a nu ta n» RaHla ®...
$22,808,000 Loan To City Means Great Activity [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
$22,808,000 Loan To City Means Great Activity “Los Angeles today is on the threshold of an expansive era of business end industrial development as a result of successful negotiation by the municipal bureau o! power and light for a (22,800,000 loan from the Recontruction Finance corporation for constructing the high-ten-sion power line from the Boulder canyon hydro-electric project on the Colorado river to Los Angeles," says a power bureau statement. Upon receiving notice that the | loan had been approved, John W. Baumgartner, president of the board of water and power commissioners, said: “At this time it is a rare privilege to pay high tribute to E. P. Scattergood, chief electrical engineer of the power system, to whom goes the full credit of securing this vast governmental aid for the economic advancement of Los Angeles. He has worked day after day, and has gained the respect and admiration of every official in Washington with whom he came in contact.” According to Mr. Scattergood,...
NEW STUDENTS HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
NEW STUDENTS HONORED An all-college mixer In honor of; the new students of Occidental col- \ lege is to be held Friday afternoon! of this week. Dancing and refreshments will be enjoyed while all the students of the college get together to become aquainted. Marge Mitchell, vice-president of the Student Body, is in charge of the affair.
JUDGE SCHEINMAN CAMPAIGN STARTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
JUDGE SCHEINMAN CAMPAIGN STARTS Heading a strong committee urging the retention of Judge Benjamin J. Scheinman on the municipal court bench, office No. 5, Dana R. Weller, prominent attorney, has announced plans for an intensive campaign op behalf of the jurist. Headquarters, have been established at 723 Chester Williams Building. Judge Scheinman, before his appointment to the municipal court, I !£_• made an enviable record in tne office of deputy district attorney and : also in private practice. He is a I graduate of the University of Michigan and Harvard Law School. During the World War he served in the navy, and has been active in veterans’ organizations. He is a member of the American Bar association, and has written numerous opinions on vexing legal questions,, which appearing in law publications, have attracted wide comment. According to Campaign Chairman Weller, the candidacy of Judge Scheinman already has been endorsed by a group of outstanding civic organizations familiar wi...
NEW BOOKS ORDERED FOR LIBRARY AT EAGLE ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
NEW BOOKS ORDERED FOR LIBRARY AT EAGLE ROCK liiDiv/iivx ni Etauuci cwvn The following books are among those recently ordered for the Eagle Rock branch library, and are now on their way. Advance reservations may be made at any time. Anthony. "Marie Antoinette.” Beck. “Our Wonderland of Bureaucracy.” Coward. “Design for Living.” (play.) Hubbard. “Mush, You Malamutes.” Kallet. “100,000,000 Guinea Pigs.” Ludwig. “Talks with Mussolini.” 4 Mowrerr ' “Germany Puts the Clock Back.” Rolvaag. “Boat of Longing.” Royde-Smith. ‘Bridge.” Collier. “Just the Other Day.” Grey. “Drift Pence.” Lewis. “Ann Vickers.”
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
9 G * O / n / al AVE “&gt;067 CASPAR TRANSFER EAGLE ROCK. CAL. JANY 1714 MOVING We list here a few of the many “good buys” which await you at' our store THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Bamboo Rakes 17c A GOOD QUALITY A&amp;M Blue Grass.. Ib. 25c A&amp;MClover lb.'4sc flWW*s| IRIWIWW - WEEDLESS BANDINI STEER MANURE 2 sacks , .., ~ $1.0.0 10 sacks $4.50 COW MANURE PULVERIZED and SCREENED .4 sacks $l.OO GOLD FISH (SPECIAL) Straight tail ea. 5c Fan tail ea. 10c • &lt; • - and up Bowl with Fish Both for 15c BIRD CAGES and STANDS AT HALF PRICE We arc offering some - of our Higher Grade Hendryx and Leon outfits at M the regular prices during this sale. Don’t pass up this opportunity to own a pretty, new cage and stand. Other cages as low as Each 89c ;. ■JV.rsj, 'SjC WAGONS For the Kiddies Wood body 12x21 inches iRUBBER TIRED QAc i DISC WHEELS OH SLEDS For that trip to the snow $165 $195 All fireplace equipment including grates, screens, wood boxes, buckets, e...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
HALBERT’S MEAT 1924 COLORADO BLVD. WE HANDLE ONLY EASTERN CORN FED BABY BEEF -15 - EASTERN CORN FED WHOLE OR SHANK END LEGS OF PORK; .. lb.),- &gt; w ll WHOLE OR BLADE END PORK LOIN SPARE RIBS lb.) HAUSER’S PRIDE WIENERS-CONEYS . lb.) BOLOGNA. lb.) LIVER SAUSAGE. ... ... . lb.) 1( EASTERN SLICED BACON "’ll Rind Off By the Slab 11 ROUND STEAK lb.) SWISS STEAK...; lb ) GROUND ROUND STEAK.... lb.) * 1 t RIB 5TEAK5.......:.i, ■■" i ■ HAUSER’S PRIDE—HONEY CURED *s* 3 fo COTTAGE HAMS lb. 1 No Waste—Fine for Baking—2 to 2 '/z-lb. Average FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER lb -] 3 lbs. for Can Be Made Cheaper but Not Better WILSON’S LAUREL-LEAF LARD .lb. pkg.) f ADVANCED SHORTENING. lb. pkg.) PORK CHOPS .. . ... ..... lb.; Nice and Lean “REAL GOOD” . TAMALES Eac SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD LINK SAUSAGES Each Yz-lh. Packkages FRESH SHOULDER EASTERN CORN FED PORK . ..lb. Whole or Shank End LEGS ofNol LAMB lb WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF SEA FOC MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEP ALL SALADS, Home-Made Pin
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
HALBERT’S MEATS 1924 COLORADO BLVD. WE HANDLE ONLY EASTERN CORN FED BABY BEEF -15 - EASTERN CORN FED WHOLE OR SHANK END LEGS OF PORK ; .. Ib.) WHOLE OR BLADE END PORK LOIN lb.) SPARE RIBS.. Ib.) HAUSER’S PRIDE WIENERS-CONEYS BOLOGNA LIVER SAUSAGE EASTERN SLICED BACON lb. Ib.) lb.) Rind Off By the Slab ....me. ROUND STEAK Ib.) SWISS STEAK...; lb) GROUND ROUND STEAK.. lb.) RIB STEAKS .;. 3 for 20c »•• • • • -JU ,i k* HAUSER’S PRIDE—HONEY CURED COTTAGE HAMS lb. IKe No Waste—Fine for Baking—2 to 2 l / t - Ib. Average FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER HO 3 lbs. for 25c Gan Be Made Cheaper but Not Better WILSON’S LAUREL-LEAF LARD ~ . .lb.pkg.) ADVANCED SHORTENING .. . lb. pkg.) PORK CHOPS Ib. Nice and Lean “REAL GOOD” TAMALES .Each 5e SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD LINK SAUSAGES. Vz-lh. Packkages Each 0c FRESH SHOULDER EASTERN CORN FED PORK .. . .lb. 7V 2 c uru„l. 01 1- U_J • Whole or Shank End LEGS of No 1 LAMB lb 18 c WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF SEA FOODS MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN ALL SALADS, Home-Made Pint 15c...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
B I ■ a I '■mim l SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 10 and 11 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE SHREDDED WHEAT 5' With Purchase of 2-oz. Can Ben Hur Black Pepper at 10c Grapefruit Juice .1 Ac vn « -*■ v BISHOP'S SIERRA GROUND NO. 2 CAN RLC BRAND Grapefruit 9 cans 9Kc NO. 2 CAN KIPPERED gNACKS.. cans BOOTH’S Sardines. Q cans 9PJc Three Varieties ” 1 lb can 25 c OVALTINE Small 39C A Pure Feed Drink Large 74c RLC BRAND Ripe Olives 9-oz can 1 Ac LARGE SIZE ORANGE Marmalade 12-oz. Jar 10c Catalina Brand C &amp; H POWDERED &amp; BROWN 1 lb. Pkgs 2 for 9 c i-V Limit 2 to a Customer DUNN’S JELLY 7-oz. glass 12 c CRAIG’S BRAND lowaCorn...Qfor9f&gt;c NO 2 PAN ” ■■ V NO. 2 CAN CRAIG’S BRAND Early June Peas 2 cans 25c NO. 2 CAN LEVER BROS. PRODUCTS 19c Small ZZ'v/ 2 c RINSO . .. s L S Life Buoy Soap 6c Lux Soap 6c Lux Flakes t BEN HUR lib.can 32° The Original Drip Coffee. 100 Filter Papers Free with Each Can BAKER’S COCOA 10c 18c BAKER’S Prem...
P.T.A. PROGRAM FOR YEAR MADE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
P.T.A. PROGRAM FOR YEAR MADE Meeting of- the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A., for the remainder of the school year, have been arranged by the executive board and announced as follows: Feb. 21—“ A tribute to founders" i Mrs. Paul Queen; “Our Own Past,” ] Mrs. Winifred Young; short presentation of the facilities of the community playground, by Miss Dorothy Hopkins; school program on the theme “Thrift”; election of the nominating committee. March 21—Nomination of officers for 1933-34; Miss Madeline Veverka has been asked to speak on “Habit Building for Mothers.” April 18—Mary Alice *Jones, girls’ vice-principal of Metropolitan high school, speaker; Miss Nina G, Abbey, on “safeguarding Health”; Easter program by the school; election of officers. May 16—Mrs. Walker will use children of her kindergarten group to illustrate, by songs and games, “Educational Value of Play”; international good will programs; Mrs. C. E. Donivan, district chairman of recreation, will talk on “Recreation and i...
CLUB BULLETINS ARE DISTRIBUTED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CLUB BULLETINS ARE DISTRIBUTED The new bulletins of the Women’s 20th Century club, covering meetings and activities, were ready for distribution this week. The programs, announced for the remainder of the club year, are of particular interest, the' first one taking place tbday at the clubhouse on Colorado. The next meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 23, anfcjwlll be Oriental In theme. Special speakers of Interest will be present. The bulletins were edited and assembled by Mrs. H. A. Spackler. Programs were arranged by Mrs. Paul Perrle Brown, program chairman. Section day topics for study will include the usual special features which have made them a popular department of the club.
HARWELL TO GIVE LECTURE FEB. 17 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
HARWELL TO GIVE LECTURE FEB. 17 Announcement of a program of pictures and music, entitled “Music of the Out-of-Doors.” Is made by the Rockdale P.T.A., to be presented by Bert Harwell and the orchestra and glee club of the Eagle Rock Junior high school the evening of Friday, Feb. 17 at the high school. Mr. Harwell, is a widely known ranger and naturalist of Yosemlte valley, and has an Interesting and varied program to present. The assistance of the high school orchestra and glee club will lend, as always a pleasing part.