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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
STORE NO. 4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, ■f f IT Hii FEBRUARY 13-14-15 l&gt;”'&gt; " &gt; »»&gt;■ «:.' 1 c?-. i-.n1,.. */ GROCERY £ QUALITY SERVICE A FAIR PRICE 'nh.aii'V -SELLS FANCY FOODS FOR LESS” DEPARTMENT FRESH LARGE EGGS Q DOZEN WITH PURCHASE OF OLIVE CASTILE SOAP 3 Bars for 15c —DEL MONTE—COFFEE ORTHO CUT pound ... 25 c For Drip or Percolator —DEL MONTE—CORN Country Gentleman—No. 2 Can 3 f » r 25' Utiv I FIG BARS WHITE OR WHOLE WHEAT 2 lbs. 17 c safedxt Del etert (UK vitamM* omU^ DEL MONTE PEAS Early Garden—No. 2 Cans 2 for 25 c DEL MONTE CATSUP Large Bottle 11« DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE No. 1 Can 2 for 15 c DEL MONTE O r |f SALMON Red Alaska—l lb. Cans 2 for 25 c —DEL MONTE—PINEAPPLE TIDBITT 5 C 1 jUTT o- ni'jn f WILSON COMAR ]\JARGARINE 1 WITH PURCHASE OF -A- Ll OLIVE CASTILE SOAP 3 Bars for 15c —DEL MONTE—ASPARAGUS WHITE TIPS piCNIC IJc HEALTH FOODS PSYLLIUM SEED^aS:...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
PERSONAL The regular February meeting of San Rafael P,T.A. will open at 2 o'clock sharp on Wednesday. Founders Day will be celebrated, and Mrs. Davis, program chairman, is offering an Interesting and entertaining program. Mrs. Queen, president of Highlands Council, will be guest of hpnor. . . . . **f"he monthly dance and caret party of the Eastern Star will be held at Masonic Temple Saturday night. These occasions are proving popular with members of the O. E. S. and their friends. Members of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, are invited to attend a Fourth area meeting in the interest of Americanism, national defense and membership, at Patriotic Kail, at 10 a.m Tuesday. All department chairmen will hold conferences at noon, when luncheon will be served. All Units in the area are expected to have delegations present for roll call. Dr. Willis La Mont, a graduate of the class of 1916 of Occidental college, and now vice-president of Meiji college, Tokio, Japan,, was the speaker at t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
1913—2Qth ANNIVERSARY-1933 The Ist day of February 1913 we started in business in Eagle Rock and are now the oldest firm in any line. We are celebrating this event by giving our friends, old and new, a greatly reduced price on cleaning for a short time only. 35 c 45 c 20 c 45&lt; AND UP TAILORING and REPAIRING MENS SUITS MADE TO ORDER MENS SUITS CLEANED &amp; PRESSED OVERCOATS CLEANED &amp; PRESSED EXTRA PANTS ... CLEANED &amp; PRESSED WOMENS DRESSES CLEANED &amp; PRESSED F. H. GOEDEKER &amp; SON Pioneer Tailors and Cleaners 2524 COLORADO BLYD.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
-H OMELAND-CENTRAL--MARRET 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed Sundays IN EAGLE BOCK SPECIALS —Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, February 13, 14 and lS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT OCANTmES GROCERY DEPARTMENT COMAR MARGARINE 2“*s‘ With Purchase 2 Big No. 2 */2 Size Cans Tomatoes at reg. price can 10c Spaghetti, Formay, lb. 16c 3 lbs. 45 c SANI-FLUSH .. .can 13 c The Perfect Shortening I EGGS dozen 15 c I powder 11 2 E. 33. Strictly Fresh LARGE SIZE LIMIT 2 DOZEN TO CUSTOMER Medium Size Free—Large Kite with Purchase PINEAPPLE . 2 c ans 25 c | RED SALMON 2 cans 25 c Aster, Broken Slices. No. Wi Can Libby’s Alaska Red. Tall Cans C0FFEE...........1b. Q1 c TUNA can IQc „ . . , ■ UJL I Rialto. Fine for Salads, 6',-z-oz. Chase &amp; Sanborn. Dated 1 —— MEAT DEPARTMENT I REX PURE LARD 1-lb.pkg.) I WHITE RIBBON SHORTENING 1-lb.pkg.) I WITH MEAT PURCHASE ONLY pORK £HOPS.. lb. JQc PATTIES .... Q for 1 0c LAMB OR VEAL GROUND BEEF.... lb. 1 He FRESH GROUND VEAL (WPS., lb. 15c SAUER KRAUT Ib -l c WIT...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
Editorial MAKING FRIENDS II nothing else had been accomplished by the “Goodwill and Friendship” celebration held last week in Eagle Rock, sponsored bj a number of business concerns, the undertaking was Justified by the new friendships made and the further cementing of old ones. Speaking in general terms the event was a marked success. II evidenced the spirit of energy, cooperation, and progressiveness ol merchants; put "new life” into community life; drew many people intc the business houses, and generallj created a spirit of optimism and good cheer. Merchants' offerings were excellent —good merchandise at lowest prices, and public response to the sales was reported as pleasing. Old friends and customers were augmented by new patrons of the local stores. All of us prize our friendships, and want to keep our old friends and constantly be making new ones. To the extent this was accomplished last week by local merchants may be measured the success of the Goodwill and Friendship Week. o...
—LINT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
—LINT— By J. G. R. First graders at school are enjoying a novel experiment called “Depression flower.” The recipe reads as follows; 6 tablespoons water v 6 tablespoons salt 6 tablespoons bluing Mercurochrome to suit the fancy. Directions—Place rock in bowl and pour ingredients one by one over same. Note to the kiddles—lf your mother doesn’t catch you you may consider the experiment a success. This recipe may be used for cocktails on certain occasions, such as when two is company and three is a crowd. Be sure to serve the “depression flower cocktail” to every third person. Head-line in local paper: “Hollywood Insider Begins Expose of Movie Folk.” An insider sometimes finds himself an outsider. You can’t sell a horse to the glue factory and continue to ride him. Police say gangsters don't kidnap people that haven’t money or that have clear records. So If you haven't the first and have the second, you are reasonably safe from gangland. But an amateur is like a jumping bean. They don’t ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
tigaizfiuaiafiiaaiagiagmzmM ENGEL GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING Specializing On DODGES and PLYMOUTH* 12 Yean with Dodge Agency OIL and GAS SERVICE EAGLE ROCK BLVD., “THAT INTANGIBLE SOMETHING” Permanent success in business is dependent upon maintaining 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 that takes you beyond the purely physical aspect of things? Perhaps either you or one of your friends has had an experience in which aparently everything was done that the service called for; you could not point to a definate fault, yet th...
Praise Police On Capture of Two Kidnappers [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
Praise Police On Capture of Two Kidnappers With complete confessions from Luellapearl Hammer and E. H. VanDom, alias W. P. Howard, the case of the kidnapping of Mrs. Mary B. Skeele a week ago came to a dramatic climax. Highland Park police,.working under Capt. of Detectives B. W. Thomason, were receiving congratulations both from officials and from private citizens fo rtheir work in rounding up perpetrators of the plot in so short a time. Out of a maze of clews and tips, pouring into police headquarters, the report of John A. Sharkey, a postman, telling his suspicions of a couple living at the Hammer cottage on Montecito drive was picked as having a possible bearing on the case. The pair, brought into the Highland Park police station for questioning, Wednesday, stubbornly refused to admit any part in the abduction, but after hours of grilling, finally broke down and confessed. Detective lieutenants, working with Capt. B. W. Thomason, were credited with excellent work. Different phas...
HUNDREDS GATHER , TO SEE NEW FORD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
HUNDREDS GATHER , TO SEE NEW FORD First of the new Ford V-8 cylindee, 112-inch wheelbase motor cars was received by the Hart Motors, Inc. 1826 Colorado Blvd., Saturday, and throughout the day and yesterday was the attraction for many spectators. The first car received is a Victoria four-passenger. It is expected large crowds will be on hand this week. The showrooms have been decorated for the occasion. Attendants will be on hand to explain the many important features of the new cars. Tfce new V-8 is the largest and most powerful Ford ever built. It has new and distinctively modern lines, an attractive front end longer wheelbase, larger and roomier bodies, faster acceleration, increased power and speed and is exceptionally economical in operation. With its 75-horsepower, V-8 engine, the New Ford is capable of a sustained speed of 80 miles an hour. The styling of the 14 body types expresses the new mode in motor car building. The modern note is found in the sloping Vee radiator grill,...
BAPTISTS DEFEAT ARROYO QUINTET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
BAPTISTS DEFEAT ARROYO QUINTET In one of the most exciting games in the municipal league records, the Eagle Rock Baptist basketball team Thursday night “took” the strong Arroyo Seeo playground aggregation, its former conquerorrs, to the tun eof 26 to 24. Outstanding players for the Baptists were Ira Goodpasture, husky center and high point man; Raleigh Carter, guard, and Shirely Long, forward. Thursday at 7 p. m. the Baptists will play the fast Verdugo Blacks. All games are staged at Arroyo Seco playground. The line-up for last week’s game was as follows: Baptists Arroyo Seco Clayton (2) P Zimmermran (4) Long (4) F Trigon (2) Goodpasture (20) C Eagle (6) Carter G Hart (6) Kilpatrick G Picou (1) Substitutes: Eagle Rock, O’Neil; Arroyo Seco, Gerrie (5), Lardner.
JACK WARREN BROWN IS KANSAS COLLEGE STUDENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
JACK WARREN BROWN IS KANSAS COLLEGE STUDENT Jack Warren Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Brown, of 4881 Wicopee St., and recent graduate of Eagle Rock high school is now a student at the Kansas State Teachers’ college, at Pittsburg, Kans., where he entered for a four-year course in physicial education and printing. He left Eagle Rock for the Kansas school the day following his graduation from high school. The Kansas school is the Alma Mater of Jack’s father, who is still remembered for his part in athletics. Jack is already well settled, he writes. In addition to his studies he will serve as drum major for the college band. For about two years he was a member of the delivery staff of the Eagle Rock Advertiser.
P.T.A. WILL HOLD MEETING FEB. 20 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
P.T.A. WILL HOLD MEETING FEB. 20 The subject of the next high! school P.T.A. meeting Monday night, j Feb. 20, will be welfare. This will j be Fathers’ Night and the program, scheduled for the January meeting, called off on account of bad weather, will be presented. Mrs. Evan Lewis, a member of the district board, will speak on the work of the health center. A member of the high school student body will tell of the work by the school at Christmas time in connection with Glen Alta school. Music will be furnished by pupils of the school. The women's committee on public education, organized last week has undertaken, as its first project, to sponsor this meeting and will present a speaker on school legislation.
SUPERVISOR SHAW MAYOR CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
SUPERVISOR SHAW MAYOR CANDIDATE Frank L. Shaw, county supervisor, has announced his candidacy for mayor of Los Angeles at the May primaries. In connection with his candidacy he has Issued the following statement: “I am a candidate for mayor. “My decision to enter the race is predicated upon the sincere requests of several thousand Los Angeles citizens, representing religious, business, unemployed and civic groups, who have urged my candidacy. “For seven and a half years, first as a city councilman and during the past four years as county supervisor, I have served in public office. My record is proof of my sincerity, integrity and succ'essful efforts to bring about a business administration of the people’s affairs, both in the city and county governments. “My experience in private business and in the city and county governments should fortify me in the co-ordination of many functions of city and county service which will save the taxpayer of the City of Los Angeles hundreds of thousa...
WILL NOT BE CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 February 1933
WILL NOT BE CANDIDATE To the Editor;—ln recent issues of some papers there appeared an article, giving the names of a number of persons aspiring to the office of councilman from the Fourteenth district, my name being among those listed. t is true that I had been approached by hundreds of my friends during the past few weeks, asking that I seek the nomination. After giving the matter serious consideration, I have decided that I will not be a candidate, that I will support Thomas L. Doherty for councilman, and shall ask all my friends to do likewise, as in my judgment he is the logical candidate and best qualified to represent the district, for the reasons that he is an attorney with many years legal experience, and in business and finance, as a banker: and is familiar with the various problems of the district, having lived in it about nine years. Anyone desiring his assistance or advice in matters relating to city or district affairs, can be sure of a courteous and respectful hearing...