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LOUIS B. THOMAS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
LOUIS B. THOMAS Louis B. Thomas, 48, of 1545 Chickasaw, died at his home Mon- j day afternoon. A native son. born in Los Angeles, he had resided in Eagle Rock for about 14 years. His death was attributed to inflenza.' Mr. Thomas’ parents were real I ’49ers, his mother being born at ■ Sutter's fort. Coming to Eagle Rock 1 several years ago, Mr. Thomas en-' gaged in the auto wrecking busi-1 ness. He is survived by his widow,] Mrs. Maybelle Thomas, and a daughter, Carol. Mrs. Thomas for several years has been connected with the collection department of the Security-First National hank here. Funeral services were held at Cresse’s Eagle Rock chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock, with interment at Forest Lawn.
MRS. JWARY W. THOMPSON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
MRS. JWARY W. THOMPSON Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Thompson, who died Peb. 4, near the age of 85, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Cresse chapel. Mrs. Thompson, who resided at 5052 Mount Royal drive, suffered a stroke of parlysls. The services were delated awaiting arrival of Mrs. nephew from New York, her only survivor. Following the service, the remains cremated at Forest Lawn. ..
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
EAGLE ROCK’S ORANGE MARKET WHOLESALE and RETAIL Where you buy Better Oranges, Grapefruit and Lemons, Cheaper. You can do better at this exclusive Citrus Market. Highway Prices. JUKE ORANGES .. SWEET NAVEtrs: GODn SIZE box 00c ORANGES 4 dozen 15c SWEET. GOOD SIZE. * -*■ Larger ORANGES box 75c to $ 1.25 LARGE SWEET NAVELS. *r A These are choicer fruits Very low prices for this quality. By the Box or Half Box. GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 25^ Sweet Seedless. Arizona or Imperial “" SIZE 64 AND 80 LEMONS Dozen £c_l ft c LARGE FANCY SIZES A VF We Deliver Any Amount Any Place in Eagle Rock. NEW J)EAL * ]\/[ARKET 1954 COLORADO BLVD. TRY EAGLE ROCiLADYEBUSEB WA£PLACS Here* How We Cut Expen %e - i\ i MEN’S SUITS Cleaned &amp; Pressed 23 c T PANTS CLEANED &amp; PRESSED 17 c Men’s O’Coats AKc r'T r * vrn v. nprcccn CLEANED &amp; PRESSED ANY LADY’S Dress or Coat Afy CLEANED &amp; PRESSED 20 c HATS.... I lift skiHt or SWEATER CLEANED &amp; PRESSED CLEANED &amp...
GIFTS OF BOOKS REACH 350 TOTAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
GIFTS OF BOOKS REACH 350 TOTAL As a result of the call for gifts of books, which took place Jan. 23 to 28, the Eagle Rock branch of the public library received about 350 books from residents in the district. Mrs. John N. Gardiner, librarian here, expressed herself as being deeply gratified' by the results and Ashes through- ■tHe l ■cbUrrfrfe 'of Hh? Agle Rock Advertiser, to thank all who participated in the drive. “Many of our patrons have promised us books,” Mrs. Gardiner stated. “They have not had time to go through their collections but will do so later and then make their contribution to the library.” Mrs. Gardiner has compiled the fallowing list of the latest books received at the Eagle Rock branch library: . Lamsa, “My Neighbor Jesus,”, translated from the native language i used by Jesus. Lockhart, “British Agent,” big! seller in England; All the qualities of a big seller. Sutton, “One Armed Sutton,” a popular autobiography. Arkright, "A B c of Technocracy,” a new book on a ne...
P.T.A. OBSERVES ITS FOUNDER DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
P.T.A. OBSERVES ITS FOUNDER DAY Founders Day was fittingly celebrated at the Rockdale P.-T. A. I Friday afternoon; Mrs. R. A. Muen- ' ster being in charge of the program. Mrs. Louis A. Lewis, Pounder's Day chairman for Highlands Coun(ell, was the speaker and guest for | tba. day. . . . , , I j i Site; Bavc a brisfi Mstory of. the P| I T. A. since its beginning in thd j form of a small child study circle organized in 1897. Mrs. Lewis gave j as the aims of the P. T. A., the proi motion of the best mental, moral and physical welfare possible to all ! children, regardless of race, creed j or color. Laurence Senger, concert violin - 11st, accompanied by Miss Beatrice j Mae Hunt, concert pianist, charmed I with four numbers. Mr. Senger has recently moved to 4892 \k Wiota [ st.. Eagle Rock. A playlet written by Mrs. Muenster, and presented by Mrs. Geo. Klawitter, as Mrs. Earnest Worker and Mrs. Anna Pettis, as Father Time, cleverly brought out the meaning of Pounder’s Day. A three-tiered c...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
SPECIAL ■PEBfIANBMT WAVES $1,105 $2.95 $3.95 Shanipoo, Rinse and Dry Finger Wave 65c Shanipoo and Marcel .$l.OO Wet Wave 25c Dry Wave ............50c Manicure 40c Near Pardee’s Drue Store Sally’s Beauty Shop SALLY GIBSON, Proprietor 4745 Townsend CL 67831 TRY AN EAGLE ROCK ADVERTISER WANT AD FOR RESULTS A.C.PARDEE raijj.. /' V The merchants of Happyland congratulate the merchants of Eagle Rock on their buy at home campaign. We wish you success. m. m m VSY. m SANIKINS SANITARY NAPKINS Dozen 19c Pardee's Happy la nd Pharmacy 1616 V ©SEMITE DRIVE
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Founder’s Week AT A6&gt;P f i_ ♦..! j &lt;w r.&lt;-. . i*iE :.mo j i - : - v - &lt;r '' s; - ‘r* v "■ Butter ARMOUR’S CLOVERBLOOM M9c CHALLENGE BUTTER lb. 20c Cigarettes CHESTERFIELD OLD GOLD LUCKY STRIKE and CAMELS pkg. lOc Carton of IO pkgs. $l.OO GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10-POUND SACK 28c CRISCO SHORTENING 3.POUND CAN i»Bc PILLSBURY FLOUR 24% lb. sack l-lb. can 24% lb. sack 60c 17c 55c lO.POUND SACK 27c HOMINY BURBANK 2 N r.*lsc I «Vi u CLEANSER SUNBRITE 3 cans lOc EVAPORATED MILK CARNAT,ON ' BORDEN tail can ALPINE and M-M PET DR. ROSS DOG FOOD 2 —lsc 5c CHOCOLATE DELIGHTS £ 25c UNEEDA BAKERS Dressing salad bowl quart ; ar 27c Ben Hur Coffee drip ib. can 32c Dunn’s Jellies assorted 2 glasses 25c Milan! CHICKEN 6* NOODLES l-lb. jar 29c doe’s Bleach 25-oz. bottle 5c G* A I COUNTRY inger Ale club 5c Bottle Deposit 3 22-02. bottles 25c 3c Each Deposit Purex CLEANSES 32-oz. bottle lOc Syrup KERN S OLD dominion 15c Ripe Olives sequoia medium 13c Clorox BLEACHES ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
MARKET JLf A 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLYD. JL PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK ~ BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. I^-17-18 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY CHOICE POT ROAST BEEF Ib.) BONELESS STEWING MEAT lb.) FRESH SLICED LIVER lb.) WHOLE PORK SHOULDERS lb.) PLATE BOILING BEEF lb.) PORK ROAST SHOULDER lb.) 8c 6% PORK LEGS—Whole or Half lb.) fk PORK SAUSAGE—Our Own Make, no ceral, lb.) II ft PRIME SHORT RIBS OF BEEF lb.) , V BACON, Eastern Sugar Cured . . .lb. 11 Vac CUT AMY SIZE PIECE - ROUND BONE SHOULDER BEEF ROAST, lb.) SHOULDER VEAL ROAST, Center Cute SHOULDER FANCY No. 1 MILK LAMB Eiil2|c WHOLE OR HALF HAM, Hormel Skinned lb. SHANK END VAN’S GROCERY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO loot quantities EXTRAS, LARGE EGGS LIMIT 2 DOZEN JELLO, all flavors 3 pkgs.) OLD DUTCH CLEANSER... Scans)-! Q. BOZO DOG FOOD 4 cans) RALSTONS WHEAT CEREAL pkg.) ■ MONTE IMATO; MISSION BELL SOAP Sbars) CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP ...4 b...
Page B1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
SPARTANrMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVE R, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16,17, and 18 BEST FOODS MAYONNAISE PINT 29 CUB BRAND COFFEE Fresh Ground pOUND 19c PUREX SPECIAL QUART BOTTLE PUREX and 15c CAN BOWL CLEANSER ROTH IQc wPbby now—save MONEY * V ROSE GARDEN MARSHMALLOWS POUND PKG. 12 c ONKOR Large Pkg. 97c GRANULATED SOAP • PALMOLIVE SOAP 16 c SWANSDOWN CAKE SET DEAL o 8-PIECE SWANSDOWN CAKE SET Regular Price $1.25 LARGE PACKAGE SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, Reg. Price 25c Total Price $1.50 ALL FOR 89c E . lbs. IQc ircrj UkTWRj'""-* s-jmrrrn Ex POP CORN can JOLLY TIME BISHOP’S SIERRA GROUND (WOLATE POUND CAN...29c PRODUCE DEPARTMENT—J. M. Smith POTATOES. 10 lbs. Igc RUSSET or BURBANKS ORANGES Doz. SWEET, JUICY NAVELS GRAPEFRUIT Each LARGE IMPERIAL SEEDLESS 85503 RHUBARB lb ' STRAWBERRY APPLES .. . . . . . lb NEWTON PIPPINS ONIONS ...5 lbs. SWEET SPANISH SWEET POTATOES.. 2 lbs. NICE ...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Editorial DRAINS AND R. F. C. FUND A few days ago, when the first money for relief employment was received from the state, coming from government Relief Finance corporation loans to California, a large number of men were put to work in the city and county, but in the former the number was limited, due, it was said, to lack of work projects. Information given out from official sources was that the city is looking around for work projects. Eagle Rock might be able to supply one or two. At least we, would like to try. | Eagle Rock needs a couple of j storm drain improvements, and needs them badly, but in the regular course of events there seems to be no way that they can be handled. However, as work projects, to provide work for unemployed men, they could be handled. These are one to take care of storm waters in the central part of the community, in the vicinity of Colorado and Eagle Rock Blvds and the central grammer sphool area, and one to'handle the Hanpyland, BWIIW 111, ] 11 1 nli ...
WORSE THAN TIME WASTE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
WORSE THAN TIME WASTE Recently we read a book. It was one of those that seem to be quite popular just now, the salacious kind. Prehaps we should explain how come. We were prompted by a curiousity to know just how raw these books are. The one we read was not of the worst of the lot and was supposed to be relieved by some humor. Reading it was worse than a waste of time. The story is punk, only conceived by the author in order to have something to hang his lewd situations upon and with the idea 1 of concocting something that would Sell—something like the manfacturers of poisoned jamaica ginger which people drink and then bexomeparalized or blind or die. Such ( and as far as being well written, any school child should be able . to put words to-gether to make better English. It seems unfortunate that readers will waste their time, and worse, on such trash, when there are many good books, splendid fiction, well written, and leaving a good “taste” when one has finished the story. One of t...
ANOTHER "BIG STICK" [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
ANOTHER "BIG STICK" Again there Is talk of the use of a club, keeping it hanging over the heads of the new congress, which takes office March 4, and which is likely to go Into a special session. Not since the days of “Teddy” Roosevelt and his famous “Big stick” has a whip been used upon congress to any great extent, but now with another Roosevelt going into the president's chair, and congress showing a total lack of ability, the club again is coming to force. There is indication that Franklin D. Roosevelt can and will not hesitate to use a club. It is about the only way that congress can be I forced into a sane policy for the country. It Is unfortunate that the whip has not been used extensively in the last four years. The country will applaud use of the club, for it is completely disgusted with congress.
—LINT— By 3. G. H. THE OLD CHAIN GAG [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
—LINT— By 3. G. H. THE OLD CHAIN GAG Do not stop until everybody all over the world, js wearing a Chok-er-not necktie. Get into the game. It’s more fun than a German movie. To start is so simple. All you need do is sell three neck-ties to three of your friends—if you have any. We will not pay you for selling the first three, but each of your friends will sell three of these marvelous Chok-er-not neckties, and then your commission starts. Then each of the three to which the three friends sold neck-ties, sells three — and so, far far into the night. You want to try it? All right, just sign here and pay SX. for the tlftee neck-ties. Your dollar will be returned to you when you bring in the money you sell them for. And like the banker who found himself in the motion picture business, you suddenly find yourself the proud possessor of three neck-ties for $l. which you could have bought anywhere for two-bits. There’s one born every minute and most of them live. What’s become of the particu...