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THE UNITED CHURCH OF EAGLE ROCK Methodist Congregational Rev. E. A. Palmer, Pastor Colorado Bird.’ at Maywood Aye. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
THE UNITED CHURCH OF EAGLE ROCK Methodist Congregational Rev. E. A. Palmer, Pastor Colorado Bird.’ at Maywood Aye. 9:30 Church school. 11. Morning service. Sermon by pastor, “Tests.” 6:30. Young People’s leagues. 6:45 Organ recital. Miss Alice Harrison. 7. Evening service. Topic, “The Golden Rule in Business.” Mon, 7:30. School of religious education. Six churches uniting. Tuesday—All day meetings of the three sections of the Women's society—East, with Mrs. C. O. Anderson, 5322 Dahlia Dr. Central with Mrs. Alice Winters, 5139 Highland View. West with Mrs. H. S. Sumner, 5307 Live Oak View. Wednesday, 6:30 —Family dinner followed by presentation of Chapter VI “Lady Fourth Daughter.” Friday, 6:3o—Colonial dinner—served by the central section, Woman’s society.
iggSgF *S|LRl£A [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
iggSgF *S|L R l£A TROOP NO. 1 Last Friday was the first meeting of the month. The boys, including our scout master, are much enthused by the way our troop is progressing. Saturday we began decorating our window for Scout Week... We intend to show what scouting really is through it. James Slaughter, formerly scribe and as- | sistant patrol leader, was promoted to be leader of the Silver Fox pa- | trol. Conrad Huber, assistant patrol leader, was also given the job of scribe of the troop. I TROOP NO. 3 I Troop 3 had a very good turnout I at the last meeting. The total number present was 34. This included ' scouts, visitors, officers and recruits. | Immediately after the business ■ meeting, the patrols met separately I and compiled their reports. The final results of the patrol contest were: Penguin, 7465 points, first: Eagle. 7160, second: Buffalo, third; Panthers, fourth. The winning patrol will receive a wiener bake. At this meeting the final perparations were made for Scout Week. Tr...
CHURCIIES OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CHURCIIES OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” These words of Christ Jesus were the Golden Text in the tesson-Sermou on “Spirit” on Sunday, February 5, in all Christian Science churches, branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. A Scriptural selection in the Lesson-Sermon included Paul's words to the Athenians; “God tha4 mafliitlie world and all tilings ; therein, seeing that he is Lofd of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands; neither Is worshipped with men’s hands, as though he heeded any thing, seeing he glveth to all life, and breath, and all things; . . . Forasmuch then as we are the offspring of God, we ought not to think that the Godhead is like unto gold, or silver, or stone, graven by art and man’s device.” Among the correlative passage? from “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures,” by Mary Baker Eddy, were the statements; “To grasp ...
Page B6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
• • &lt; • PLUMBING SERVICE if if * • «• We Guarantee Best of • ' •P Workmanship on Any Job ! I WATER HEATERS &lt; I: or repaired. AH makes sold, installed «p- -*&gt; *p • &gt; &lt;p PHONE Albany 4472 O • • | H.E. Billingsley 1547 Fairpark Ave. ;; ** *&lt;t** .»•» * .t..».f. ■!. * * » Painting Decorating Spraying Wall Paper Hanging THE KIND OF WORK THAT SATISFIES 1932 Low Prices H. A.MILLER , 5225 Hartwick st. AL 8336 fzrgigraraizigiznJEfamzraiaraigra
Page B6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
WHEEZING k j 1 ln From ys Asthma Don't suffer from Asthma another week —or day. There is positive relief, usually in 3 days, for the very worst case of Asthma. The Tujunga Asthma Clinic is almost daily sending patients away completely relieved. After years of suffering they suffer no more. This is a fact. More than a hundred former Asthma sufferers will gladly tell you of their remarkable success. The ’f’ujunga Asthma Clinic is located at Tujunga (19 miles from the L. A. City Hall), California. Tujunga is world famed as a place for Asthmatics— but you need now come only for lasting relief according to this positive natural Asthma Treatment. No Delay, no old time injections , . , just a positive system of stopping Asthma, unusually inexpensive. Tujunga Asthma Clinic 7047 Foothill Boulevard Tujunga California ASTHMA HAY FEVER BRONCHITIS Write today for FREE Printed Matter and addresses of former asthma sufferers.
Page B6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP m V V PERMANENT WAVES NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER’S) (FREDERIC’S) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete)— All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL Mon. Tues., Feb. 13-14 Shampoo, Henna Pack and Dry $l.OO Wave Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry OQq Finger Wave - Balance of Week *sc (Marcel 25c Extra) MARCEL 50c WET FINGER WAVE 25c DRY FINGER WAVE 40c EXPERT HAIR CUTTING 25c 1814 Colorado BlvtL—CL 65626 NOTHING DOES SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE AS YOUR TELEPHONE 66 It’s Daddy! f” m w xr A Pi i Away from home . on Valentine’s Day? Nothing will please your loved ones more than a telephone call. On special occasions or day by day, how much the telephone means in your home! Saving time. Getting things done. Shielding from danger. Southern California Telephone Company Business 147 N. Daly Telephone; Michigan ftllt
BASKETBALL GAME FAST AND ROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
BASKETBALL GAME FAST AND ROUGH In a rough-an-tumble basketball! game, which even saw several types ( of football tactics, the Eagle Rockl Baptists sunk the Highland Park, Sea Scouts 28-19 at the Arroyo Seco ( playground last Thursday night. After a rather dull first half, bothj teams began a bruising contest in' the second half, with the Baptist proving the axiom that it is more blessed to give than to receive. Eagle Rock, strengthened by the arrival of Ira Goodpasture, recently of the high school team, thoroughly outclassed the Sailors and the score at the end of the first half was 21 JtaAOutstanding for the Baptists were Shirley Long, Raleigh Carter and Goodpasture. Tonight the team plays the Arroyo Seco gym. The line for the Baptists was: Long, P; Clayton, F; Goodpasture, C; Wilkings, G; Carter, G; Substitutes, Kilpatrick, Taylor, N. Prodsham and O. Frodsham. H. P. Sea Scouts: Houghton, Williams, Wisdom, Johnston, Couch.
FEAR OUTFALL OF SEWER AT BEACH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
FEAR OUTFALL OF SEWER AT BEACH In accordance with its policy of protecting municipal beaches against any possible pollution, the Los Angeles recreation commission has requested reports from the state and city health boards regarding possible effects upon Cabrillo Beach of locating the proposed Los Angeles county sewer outfall at White’s Point. . - v( '■) -■ mi Together with large numbers of Los Angeles and harbor district civic organizations, the city recreation commission has filed a protest against location of the outfall at White’s point. Opponents of the proposed sewer outfall have pointed out that ocean currents sweeping southward would bring pollution to the waters of the outer bathing beach at Cabrillo, and confirmation of this theory is sought from the health authorities.
CONOVER, ROSSITER MOVE EQUIPMENT INTO GARAGE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CONOVER, ROSSITER MOVE EQUIPMENT INTO GARAGE Ivan Conover and Tom Rossiter have been engaged this week in moving in the equipment of their new garage, at 2116 Colorado Blvd., According to the former it will be several days yet before everything is in and the new concern "all set to go.” Extensive equipment, adequate to handle virtually any motor vehicle repair or service work, will be in- stalled. The building, planned for garage and sales purrposes, is well adapted to the business the new concern plans. Both Mr. Conover and Mr. Rossiter are well known to the motor trade in Eagle Rock. The former was formerly head of the Conover Bros. Motor company, in business here for a number of years. Mr. Rossiter was with the Conover company for years as head of the mechanial land &gt;alfd ihae a wide circle of friends here.
HOME PLAY SUGGESTIONS OFFERED BY CITY DEPT. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
HOME PLAY SUGGESTIONS OFFERED BY CITY DEPT. With conditions forcing many to cut down on expenditures for amusement, recreation and play within the home has become a subject of absorbing interest to thousands of family groups, according to a study made by the Los Angeles recreation department. Games, sports, and other recreational activities which cost little or nothing and which may be enjoyed at home are rapidly increasing in public favor, the study revealed. In order to aid families in developing their home play program, suggestions regarding play activities for both children and adults are being offered by the recreation department, Polders and bulletins describing activities suitable for the home may be obtained free upon request to the department's headquarters in the Los Angeles City | Hall.
Page B7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
IT PAYS TO USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS INSURANCE SERVICE to this agency means more than just selling you a policy. It means studying your individual needs, tailoring protection to fit your requirements. PRESENT DAY VALUES ARE DOWN A survey of your policies may indicate that you are paying for insurance you could not collect. To make sure call— X. 4 * * '-k -? , • " 24 HOUR INSURANCE SERVICE 1 5206 Mt. Helena Ave., Eagle Rock ALbany 2178 Buy your insurance as though you expected a loss. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY Is atill doing unexcelled laundry work. Any kind of service you wish, from wet wash to fancy hand work at prices as low or lower than any other first class laundry. We do not resort to “catch” rates peddled around on hand bills. Neither do we “HAND FINISH” shirts. We Hand Iron Them Throughout WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY GEORGE W. BECK, Proprietor 1724 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 5061
Page B7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
PERMANENT WAVES For Spring You should have a Permanent that is suited to your type. Let us study your needs and give you the type of permanent you need. O AH kinds of beauty and barber culture at this shop only by competent and thoroughly trained operators. O -NEW WAYBarber &amp; Beauty Shop 2143 COLORADO BLVD. CLeveland 69185 “THAT INTANGIBLE SOMETHING” . • 1 »’&lt;r? I -'!'•• • • lU • ■ ;• . b ii\ r v ■ •■■ ■ Permanent success in business is dependent upon maintain-, ing public confidence. This is accomplished by adhering to a high standard of merchandising and service at fair prices. There are competive businesses in practically every community that are serious in purpose and consequently all enjoy a fine patronage, providing the business is not overdone. The application of this principle obtains where the physical alone governs, and we may be equally satisfied in a number of places at which we trade. But Have you ever been confronted with the need for a service t...
9fcr FjPiM€RS coßsren Sec. Agricultural Legislative (Committee of California [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
9fcr Fj\PiM€RS coßsren Sec. Agricultural Legislative (Committee of California Recommending cuts in the budget of the state department of agriculture for the coming two years totaling $1,022,170.37, the senate fact finding committee prefaced its economy report with this statement: “It must be borne in mind that as far as agriculture is concerned the first necessity is for reduction in expenditure. . Shifting the burden to other shoulders will accomplish no relief.” California farmers, for the most part, may be expected to say a hearty “Amen!” to that declaration of policy. If the farmer must choose between curtailment of state services and new taxes or license fees, as the present financial emergency requires, there can be little doubt of his choice. He will prefer to do with less government, even conceding that many of the present services are worth while if he could afford to pay for them. Viewing the specific recommenda- tlons of the senate committee, which is composed of Senators...