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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements Thomas Upton, who made a fortune lished, reveals that his belief was; had a T 6 ”® for a bnsiness motto: His autobiography, just pnbxfte man who on his trade relies must either bust or advertise.” 2 Personal Business ’ ponf lector. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. Alibany 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 tf26e DRESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., 88; cotton, 81., 8180; children’s Me, 75c, AL. 8871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf2oc Lawn Renovating Power Machine. Landscape Gardening. Excavating. Grading. Hauling. Top Soil and Decomposed Granite. A. NELSON AL. 2622 918 N. Ave. 50 AL. 9241 GOLDEN RULE BROTHERHOODj FREE WRECKING - INSURANCE, —lawn and garden work. Rubbish ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
5 For Rent—Furn. Unfurn.—3 Bed Rm Stucco—sso Furn.—s rm. home $45 All North of Colorado Blvd. Mrs. p. e. McDowell 2863 Broadway, Eagle Rock U9p FOR RENT—HaIf of store, including full rear part, if desired. Suitable for women’s shop, art or oft shop, or real estate or other offices. S. R. Knox, Jeweler, 2145 Colorado. It9c APARTMENTS—FOR RENT—Pum. Apt. Large pleasant room and kitchen. Oarage. 2 blocks from center. 5141 El Rio. Cleveland 62805. U9c ROOMS—FOR RENT—Furn. room. Bright, sunny room with kitchenette. 1% blks from business center. 5135 El Rio Ave. AL. 2719. It9c ROOM to let and board if desired. Call CL. 62937. Yosemite 1364. It9x 6 For Rent—Unfurn. HOUSES—FOR RENT—Unfurn. Most desirable. Many built-ins. Three rms., sleeping porch, large closets. Heaters. Water paid. 2329 Yosemite Dr. M&amp;Ttf22c FOR RENT —Unfurn. 6_room house, 5148 Vincent Ave. Call HE. *05827 tf9c FOR RENT —5 room stucco. Garage. Will be vacant Feb. 15. Rent $30.00 Month. 5129 Sierra Villa Dr. cor...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
8 Real Estate FOR SALE—S room home, sleeping porch. Owner 4932 Genevieve Ave. $2450, $650 Cash. U9p I WANT AN OFFER Stucco, north of Colorado, ,7 rooms, less than 2 blocks to car, large living room, 3 lovely bed rooms, two car garage. If you are looking for a bargain see this. Shown by appointment only. F. S. ROSS 1586 Colorado AL. 8323 lt9c SPECIAL Six-room frame, near Hill drive. Two blocks to car line, Only $2900. TERMS Five room stucco. Above Colorado Blvd. One block to car line. $2200. TERMS Scholfield &amp; Sheppard 1622 Colorado Blvd. AL 8223 RENTALS We want some small as well as 5 and 6 rm homes furn. &amp; unfurn. Reasonable rent. We have a waiting list. BOWEN REALTY CO. 2251 Ridegview AL. 4587 lt9c FOR EXCHANGE Acre on Colorado Blvd., with income of $9O mo. Store &amp; 5 room home facing two through sts. Small incumbrance. Some St. bonds. This is a good propertry. Want small ranch in So. Calif. BOWEN REALTY CO. 251 Ridegview AL. 4587 lt9c SPECIAL BA...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
11 For Sale FOR SALE —Beautiful German Rollers. Pine breeding stock. Very reasonable. AL. 3308. 1985 Addison Way. 2t9-23p FOR SALE —RCA Victor combination Radio. Cash or trade. AL. 4733. 2312 La Verna. lt»c NEW ANI FURNITURE Three Quarter bed, springs &amp; mattress, $5.00. Fibre setee, like new, $7.50. 2 Piece overstuffed, $16.50. Wardrobe trunk, $5.00. 8 yards linoleum, $3.25. Nice buffet, $9.25. Typewriter desk, $9.50. We buy, sell or exchange all kinds of used books and carry a large stock 5c up. Call Us for Estimate on Repairing, Retlnishing or Upholstering, light Haaltmg Cheap. COLE FURNITURE CO. I*7B Colorado Bird. AL 8161 FOR SALE—Grocery store fixtures, fine condition, at 40c on dollar. 1453 Colorado Blvd. AL. 4980. U9p FOR SALE —One Hoover Electric sweeper, one gas-steam radiator, one sewing machine. 5135 El Rio. AL. 2719. It9c For Good Printing Of Any Kind The Eagle Rock Advertiser
Page 11 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
11 For Sale FOR SALE —Ivory dresser, bedstead, rocker and chair in first class condition. Cheap. 2240 E. Norwalk Ave. 2t6p New Used - .FURNITURE L»&lt;* I fel3ws specials over &gt;the ß and Save Money. 2 Piece Overstaffed Set (new) $30.00 2 Piece Overstaffed Set (Like New) $25.00 Dufold Bed with pad $5.00 Day Bed with pad $7.50 Single Bow-end Bed, Double Deck Coil spring &amp; Mattrress ....$lO.OO Single Bod, link spring $5.00 Breakfast Sets—s4.so - $6.60 - $12.00 Coal Heater Stoves $6,50 - $8.50 Wind Wings (Pair) $l.OO Mahogany Dresser refinished $12.50 4 Piece Bedroom Set (4 Posted Bed) $12.00 Glass front Book Cases $7.50 - $lO.OO Tile Top Coffee Tables $1.89 Hi and Lo Oven Gas Stoves $3.00 up Gas &amp; Electric Heaters $l.OO up Chests of drawers $2.50 up Beds $l.OO up Invalids Wheel Chair to let or for Sale. TRUCKING We Buy Sell Exchange WM. F. HARDING 1577 Colorado Bird. ALbany 4319
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
r&gt;' ' . £ w . 7m B 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 9—lo—ll CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—REAL BARGAINS “GOODWILL AND FRIENDSHIP WEEK” Hormel Skinned Hams, whole or butt end lb.) SHANK END * lb. 10c BACON, SLICED with rind off lb.) BY PIECE CUT ANY SIZE lb. lie 12k Pork Roast SHOULDER Plate Boiling Beef Luer HYGRADE Bacon Squares lb. lb. lb. 6k Leg Pork Roast Whole Shoulder Pork ... Boneless Stewing Meat Rib Steaks ...lb. lb. lb. Each 7k Legs Pork, Whole or Half Loin Pork Roast (blade end) Pork Chops-lean &amp; tender ... Fresh Cut Spare Ribs lb. lb. lb. lb. 9c Round Bone Shoulder Beef Roast Shoulder Fancy No. 1 Milk Lamb, WHOLE or HALF Shoulder Veal Roast CENTER CUT lb. lb. lb. 12k Legs No. 1 Milk Lamb ... Large Loin Veal Steaks lb. lb. 18c BEEF ROAST, Center Cut Chuck lb. 11c Large Lamb Patties_ Large Center Slices Ham Wisconsin Sauer K...
Page B1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
SPARTANtMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO EIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 10 AND 11 FLOUR ALBER’S FLAP JACK NUCOA lb. IQc CRISCO 3 ,b tin 47 c L ar « ePk £ 13 c I SHORTENING lb pkg. lAc | BEST FOODS A* A PEANUT BUTTER .1 lb. Jar 1 Ac BISHOP’S A JL EGGS I PRUNES 9 lb-Pkg-1% 5. EXTRAS, LARGE | sunsweet medium “ AO GitAPE-]^tns...2iitgs.2» Vegetable Soup, 220-ozcans9Qe HORMEL “FLAVOR SEALED” " * t/ MALT SYRUP.... Q lb. cans J.2 C SCHEITZ—GOLD MEDAL U. S. EXTRAS, LARGE Fresh Ranch DOZEN MILK MORNING BRAND TALL CANS Kc I MARSHMALLOWS.. .1 lb. box IQc A fj ■ ROSE GARDEN AKM FANCV BABY UPS 2 4BY rni cans TOILET TISSUE I KIDNEY BEANS Q cans 2^c “*■ A | B &amp; M—NO. 2 CAN KM mdKM STRINGLESS BEANS Qcans2^c YOUNG &amp; TENDER—NO. 2 CAN md KM 1000 SHEET ROLLS 4 FOR WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES pkg. 7c KELLOGG’S fl CAMPBELL’S SOUP Tomatoe can 6c ALL OTHER VARIETIES 2 Cans for 45 c BU...
PAST-PRESIDENTS PROGRAM AT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
PAST-PRESIDENTS PROGRAM AT CLUB Always a special event on the club calendar, the Past-presidents Day of the Women’s 20th Century club today is expected to draw a large attendance. In addition to interesting speakers, special surprise features have been arranged to make the occasion a memorable one. ° ' ‘ •‘ • * ' TWTT 'SflßTby ctTSlifcT literature chairman and one of the most popular speakers in club circles, will talk on “Analyzing Reading,” at the luncheon. In the afternoon, "Young America in Trio," made up of Laura Durward, soprano, Douglas Stead, tenor; and Richard Tetley, pianist, will present a Valentine program. This trip has been growing in popularity and has built up a reputation for distinctive programs. The second meeting of the month, Thursday, Feb. 23, will have an Oriental program.
ELECTION FUNDS WILL BE SPREAD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
ELECTION FUNDS WILL BE SPREAD According to a ruling recently passed by the city council, a resident whose home or place of business is used as a polling place, will not be elligible to serve on an election board. This ruling was made to spread benefits of distribution of election funds for polling places and pay members of the board. The council sought distribution of the funds to as many as possible. It also voted that not more than one member of a family may serve on an election board.
TOURNEY VICTORS RECEIVE AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
TOURNEY VICTORS RECEIVE AWARDS Royal Arch Masons crowned J, "ET PfnkertdK'’as king ofthe pinochle players Saturday night, In the final stance of the tournament held at Masonic Temple. After an evening of keen competition, the last hour was devoted to elimination, from which Mr. Pinkerton emerged with the crown of the “black cat,” and a trophy cup denoting his victory. Past Master Arthur Clark, with appropriate words, crowned the victor. Mrs. Tom Connett, winner of the bridge tournament, was presented with a beautiful over-night bag. The evening wound up wun serving of a substantial repast of baked ham sandwiches, potato * salad, pickles and coffee. The next social event of the Royal Arch chapter will be a hard times dance early in March.
CLUB is to give "“TAONTmETTSNCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CLUB is to give "“TAONTmETTSNCE A St. Valentine’c dance will be held by the Calaroga club of St. Dominic’s Cathellc church, Friday evening, at St. Dominic's hall. Young people of the community are looking forward to this event with lively anticipation, as the dances of the Calaroga club are always enjoyable. Arrangements are oemg made by Mary Whittaker and her committee. Excellent music will be provided by the regular orchestra.
SCHOOL OF MISSIONS, STUDY OF CHINA POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
SCHOOL OF MISSIONS, STUDY OF CHINA POPULAR The school of missions,, studying China, at the Presbyterian church, had more than 200 in attendance Sunday at the ferst session. It began with five classes, but the childrren’s class, under Mrs. Walter Montgomery, was so large that it will be divided. Mrs. Hugo Hammermeister, a trained kindergarten teacher will have the smaller children beginning Sunday. Ezra Hollister, a graduate from Occidental In 1931, and now is a missionary in North Chhina partly supported by the Presbyterian church here, sent banners, garments and paper flowers to the church for use in the school of missions. 1
Page B2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
GOODWILL-FRIENDSHIP BAKERY sp ™* BREAD FOR TODAY—THURSDAY White or Whole Wheat Pound Loaf—--s&lt;* CAKES Butter Cream 2-Layer Regular 35c 25c CUP CAKES, Assorted. . . .Dozen 18c CAKES ANGEL FOOD or SUNSHINE EACH—FOR FRIDAY 18‘| Dutch Bread One of Our ” Most Tasty. You’ll Like It. 10 Pecan Brittle Coffee Cakes... .3 for 10c WHIP CREAM PUFFS With Real Whip Cream EACH—FOR SATURDAY Bear Claws 5c Filled With Pineapple and Nuts. EACH—--4c Black Raspberry Pies Each 9 Qc WITH WHIPPED CREAM “ EAGLE ROCK BAKERY 5059 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. AL. 9224 “Buy American—Buy in Eagle Rock”
Page B2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
GOODWILL AND pRIENDSHIP J)AYS Fop this sale wd ard v offering very unusual values ontmr high grade merchandise. Our stock is too large and we have priced goods to reduce it. 7teM AC THR!FTS «f EAGLE ROCK Sandy, can i depend T" ON YOU MEETI fsio ME AT KILTY'S / Costume Slips Made of good quality Broadcloth - in White, Pink or Peach - Built up shoulder. Special 39 c ■&gt;/ rr ANN, 1 Dear, CAN YOU THIMK OF ONE TIME I WA^ offered A chance TO 6AVE MONEY AND REFUSED When Sandy's wife asks him fo meet Her here, she never need repeat The invitation, for she knows In every vein he's got there flows A saving sense that makes him go Where he is sure to save some dough. gILK JJOSE “HOLEPROOF” SILK HOSIERY Dull , finish, Grenadine Twist, aU 'Silk,' Chiffon. Our Tegular 91.95. All sices, good shades to close at . . Pr.slo« “Holeproof” HOSIERY (n the new spring shades. Either Chiffon or Service weight. A wonderful value at 79c 3 Pair for $225 House Pajamas Very newest Pongee silk. Natural ...
SNOW AT SEELEY OF RECORD DEPTH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
SNOW AT SEELEY OF RECORD DEPTH Assuring the continuance of winter sports at Camp Sseley, Los Angeles municipal playground in the San Bernardino mountains, for many weeks, snowfall now on the ground at the camp is the heaviest in years, it is reported. For the last few weeks, the depth of snoiy on the level has varied ft -01 ? 1 j&amp;re* to Aw fi|et, trhite huge drifts of 12 ttra) 'feet plied up in some parts of the playground. Rustic cabins and central recreation buildings at the camp have presented a picturesque appearance with snow mantling the roofs and banking up above the levels of the windows. Because of the uncertainity of the weather, week-end or one-day visitors to Camp Seeley have been requested to get in touch with the recreation department in the Los Angeles City Hall or with the Auto Club of Southern Californai or other travel bureaus to ascertain road conditions on the route to the camp before making the trip.
AUXILIARY PUSHES MEMBERSHIP CALL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
AUXILIARY PUSHES MEMBERSHIP CALL Betty Turney, membership chairman of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, accompanied by Jennie Roe, made a series of calls upon members Monday, in the interests of the emergency membership roll call being staged by the Department of California for the week of Feb. 4 to 11. Many members, who had not been recent attendants at meetings, were Interviewed and promised to be present at the next meeting. Mrs. Turney and Mrs. Roe plan to make additional calls before the week closes, in order to canvass all membersr who are Jin the' roll but who have not been' attending meetings. A’ * ’ i