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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
BOB’S BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP WET WAVES 25c dry wave SHAMPOO AND DRY WAVE 65c EYELASH and EYEBROW DYE 75c MARCEL 50c 2817 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK CL. 61583 n i ■ ■ ■ ■w POULTRY r « SELECTED STOCK ?||Br ALWAYS FRESH *^ B ress Them While y ou Wait IRKEYS Young Toms 10 to 12 lbs. lb. 20c DUCKS lb. 20c Colored Hens, Roasters &amp; Fryers .-lb. 23c WHITE HENS lb. 18c RABBITS—Frying lb. 16c Eagle Rock Poultry Market ’ 1477 COLORADO BLVD. CL. 69264 | 1477 COI I I ■ ■
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
WHEN YOU BUY INSURANCE— You admit the probability of loss. A policy in a strong stock company, represented by a competent agency, is your greatest asset when that time comes. MAKE SURE— That your policies are properly written. We shall be pleased to advise with you before the loss. g. 24 HOUR INSURANCE SERVICE 5200 Mt. Helena Avc., ALbany 2178 Eagle Rock, Calif. Buy your insurance as though you expected a loss. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY Is still 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. „ . 1101 .“to “catch” rates peddled around on hand bills. Neither do we “HAND FINISH” shirts. We Hand Iron Them WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY GEORGE W. BECK, Proprietor 1724 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 3061 MlVlli/ vV i i This little car r went to the Service Station This little car stayed at home The first little car - had plenty of care The second little car had none - - So i...
CONSTITUTION TO ENTER PORT FRI. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
CONSTITUTION TO ENTER PORT FRI. Among the most Interested visitors -fit Los Angeles harbor during tbe stay of the 0. S. S. Constitution, “&lt;3M Ironsides," will be the school children, whose pennies were used to restore the 135 year old frigate. The Constitution is expected to arrive, with all the glory of a bygone century, in Los Angeles harbor Friday, for a three weeks stay. Convoyed by the 0. a S. Bushnell, OW Ironsides will dock at Berth 57. The Constitution will be open for Inspection at the harbor until March 10, when she will be towed to Long Beach for a 10-day stay. Mayor John C. Porter will be the first to board the ship when she docks Friday, and will present the greetings of the city to the vessel’s master. Commander Louis J. Gulllver. Many high ranking officers of tin navy will also be present to extend an offigal -greeting. “f»n at nodn Friday. ’ The ship will be open for inspec-
IREGISTATION IN 1 PENTATHLON FRI. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
IREGISTATION IN 1 PENTATHLON FRI. Registrations of boys for the Junior Pentathlon competitions will be taken at Yosemite playground Friday and Saturday afternoons, it is announced by R. A. Chase, director of men’s and boys’ activities. The- Junior Pentathlon is an outgrowth of the Junior Olympic Games and provides for all-around 'athletic competition for boys of :from nine to 15- years, under direction of experienced playground directors, physical education leaders and other experts. Thousands will be enrolled in the 1933 Pentathlon, plans for which have been made by the municipal playgrounds, schools and boys’ organizations. The competition will be in five events—running high jump, running broad jump, 50-yard dash for juniors or 75-yard dash for seniors, all-around basketball test and shot put. Trader a new'lyStetfi of scoring each boy’s age, height and weight are given their proper value in determining points. County finals will be in May. Those winning them will take part in the ...
COLONIAL DAY OF D.A.R. ON MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
COLONIAL DAY OF D.A.R. ON MONDAY In honor of Washington's birthj day, the annual Colonial meeting i of San Rafael Hills chapter, D. A. lit, will be held Monday, at the 1 women’s clubhouse. A luncheon will be served at 12:30, at which Mrs. ' Elmer Horace Whitaker, of Santa 1 Barbara, state vice-regent, will be honored guest and luncheon speaker. Mrs. L. E. Hammond, regent of , the local chapter, will preside. As is customary at the Colonial ; meeting, many of the members will wear Colonial costumes. Wide sweeping skirts, numerous ruffles ' and Martha Washington hair-dress will add to the atmosphere of the : special Colonial program to be pre- 1 sented in the afternoon.
CANNOT DISMISS MARRIED TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
CANNOT DISMISS MARRIED TEACHER That the tenure law leaves the Board of Education helpless to interfere with employment of both husband and wife in the city schools. Supt. Prank A. Bouelle pointed out at a meeting of the board |ast Thursday afternoon. ' ‘.'lt would be the decent thing for many of these teachers to step out,” of course,” the superintendent said, ‘ but there la no way that we can compel them to do so. We have suggested to many of them to take advantage ol a year’s leave of absence. in order that some unemployed teacher with dependents- may be put In as a substitute, i “Every day we receive hundreds of letters from people who are out -of work demanding, that we discharge some married woman whose husband is also teaching. There seems to be a widespread belief that the board of education can discharge married teachers from their positions, if tiie public could know that we are helpless in the face of the state teachers’ tenure law, which allows dismissal of a teacher for ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
gfaaHiggiaadWMdjadaigig EXTRA SPECIALS AR Work Guaranteed Dry Finger Wave... CA« Shampoo and Wul x $l.OO OIL TREATMENT Shampoo and Finger Wave PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 and Up Open Evenings by Appointment Another Ticekt Drawing Soon! Dahlia Beauty Shop ALbany 3622 5110 Townsend ißfagiazrarararaiaraiHiafEraram HABEN ™ ««* FOR HAND MADE SUIT AND OVERCOAT SPECIALS Closing Out All Imported Suitings, Topcoatings All Garments Silk Celenese Lined and Hymo Coat Fronts. No Hair To Pull Out. Made Here On Onr Benches. Fitted Before Finished. / 5119 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. AMERICAN GOODS ONLY HEREAFTER $25.00 AMERICAN GOODS ONLY HEREAFTER Around Corner From Security Bank WALK AROUND CORNER AND SAVE MONEY
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
HALBERTS MEATS 1924 COLORADO BLVD. fancy eastern corn fed beef has made THIS MARKET A SUCCESS evert purchase guaranteed POT ROAST SHANKLESS PICNIC SMOKED IT A MS Lner By-grade Each Ai lAi- fine FOR BAKING Ml LARGE CENTER SLICES . Each I ( WILSON’S ADVANCE SHORTENING..) „ . &gt; LAUREL LEAF LARD ...) apkgs D BACON, Eastern Sliced, Rind Off thITF i)l® LINK SAUSAGE, Lner Hy-grade lb.) FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER lb. 3 tbs. for * CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD UNK- SAUSAGE. r tir. Yz-lh. Packkages FRESH SLICED LIVER BEEF HEARTS.... ■■ ■■ ■■..lb.) ASSORTED LUNCHEON MEATS CONSISTING OF PIMENTO MINCED HAM... lb.) SOLOMA -COTO lb.) FRENCH HEAD CHEESE..,Ib.) BOILED HAM lb.) T.OIN PORK ROAST Ib. 1( BLADE END ’ SPARE RIBS lb. -Fishhalibut ».), SALMON ft.) FILLET ROCK COD ..... ft. FILLET SEA BASS ft.) TAMALES .Each MRS. HALBERTS DELICATESSEN ALL SALADS, Home-Made Pint
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
14 IV % f i Bill Markers Bird re SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 17 AND 18 1924 COLORADO BLVD. 1302 YOSEMITE DRIVE SUGAR 10 “*• 37 c PURE GRANULATED MTS' Tomato Juice 3 cans 25 c NO. 2 CANS " Comb Honey IPJc FANCY RLC BRAND FANCY APRICOTS can 90 c vn Time ” NO. Z'A TINS FANCY BLUE ROSE •% RICE 3 ,bs l0 c LIBBY’S Red Salmon.. can I£c NO. 1 TALL TINS A ” TUNA.... 7 oz. cans ISc CHIrKRM m SCA A V CHICKEN OF SKA RLC BRAND Hominy .. .9 cans 9PJc No. 2Vi Tins Tell-A-Teen 3 pkgs 1 fle The Gelatine Dessert Supreme IHIAKER OATS * QUICK vt REGULAR FIG BARS ...lb. lAc nrafATE 1 WOVAT V WHOLE WHEAT RLC BRAND CORN... .No. 2 can 1(k entneu dihtiiu B V golden bantam CRAIG'S BRAND BEEFS. .No.2CanlDc cr irm -A- V SLICED CRAIG’S BRAND String Beans . .can 1 (jc NO. 2 TIN " ....12c Pork &amp; Beans.... can gc CAMPBELL’S HURFF’S Tomato Juice... .can PJc 1A An HP WILT C 12 OZ. TINS Sardines... 16 oz. can PJc TREASURE BRAND GOBLIN BRAND lowa Corn can Pic 11 oz. tins COFFE...
FINAL WEEK FOR REVIVAL SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
FINAL WEEK FOR REVIVAL SERVICES The two weeks revival campaign being held at the Baptist church will go into its second and final week Sunday. The services are being conducted by Rev. A. P. Howells of the Highland Park Baptist church. The program at the church Sunday 9:30 a. m. Sunday school with classes for all ages. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship; subject, “The Challenge" 6:30 p. m. School of missions with four classes. 7:15 p. m. Pageant by the Junior B. Y. P. U. 7:30 Evening service; subject. “New Faces for Old.” 1 There will be no service on Monday, but services will be conducted every other night of the week. Special music for the week will be furnished as follows: Tuesday-Men's Class; solo by Mrs. Thompson. Wednesday-Sunday school offi-' cers; Ladies Trio. Thursday-Women’s union; Solo by Mrs. Holgate. Friday-Combined B. Y. P. U. in the 'cßbir; duet by fflrs'. 'Lundie^ind ' son. Saturday-Church orchestra; clarenet solo by S. Casoli.
REGULAR SECTION DAY OF WOMEN’S CLUB IS TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
REGULAR SECTION DAY OF WOMEN’S CLUB IS TODAY The regular section day meeting of the Women’s 20th Century club will be held this morning, beginning at 10 o'clock with an hour of English study conducted by Mrs. Daniel Bryant. From 11 to 12, Mrs. Walter Mann will lead in Bible study. Luncheon will be served at 12, and at 1 o’clock Mrs. Alfred DeLiban will present a speaker from the motion picture industry. The program for the closing hour, 2 to 3, has been changed.
OBITUARY W. A. MOON FUNERAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
OBITUARY W. A. MOON FUNERAL Funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning In the Wee Kirk o’ the Heather, Forest Lawn, for William A. Moon. Sr., fatally Injured when a runaway auto plunged into his confectionary store at 2526 Colorado Blvd., last Saturday. Interment was in the Graceland section at Forest Lawn. Born 76 years ago in Peoriar, 111, Mr. Moojt had been a resident of Eagle Rock since 1927. He leaves two sons, William Moon, Jr., of Eagle Rock, and Herbert Moon of Milwaukee,