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BANK OF HIGHLAND PARK IS OPEN v [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
BANK OF HIGHLAND PARK IS OPEN v 'n ouci h TIR Ii aH «*ope*t*« .tt-the iiank .- v f Highland Pack, a reception having: been arranged under the auspices of the Highland Park and Garvanza Improvement Associations, and the Ebell Clnb. R. A.Mertlll, president of the Highland Park Improvement Association, in a happy vein, explained the object of the meeting, and gave a short history of recent achievements in progress and bhpovement herer about*. He then introduced Mr GW. E. Griffith, the speaker of the evening, whose address will be fonud in this issne. „ Other speakers were W. R. Bacon of Gsrvanza, and Prof. A. H. T'ripp. Judge Allen gave a little interesting history of Highland Park’s early days, including a sketch of the struggle d) annex to Loa Angles In order to get rid of a low saloon in Sycamore Grove, the respectable people winning by &gt;a score of fourteen against thirteen, the total of these two unmbers representing our population at that time. Mrs.. Osmond', president ...
NEW GARVANZA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
NEW GARVANZA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH We have been handed the following invitation of welcome to this new church our neighbors in (larva uza have, been building : “Welcome to the opening of Garvan za Congregational church. Avouue &lt;54 and Ruby St., Los Angeles, 10:30, a. m., Sunday,' Mar 18, ’O6. A week of special services, March 19flT" to 23rd, 7:30, mm. Monday—Bev. William Horace Day. Tuesday—Rev. William Davies. Wednesday—Rev. Thos. Hendry. Thursday—Rev. B. P. Bdller. . Friday—Rev. 0. 8. BiUiugs. 4 Music iu charge of Mrs. Gertrude AUyn Long, The Trinity Congregational male qnar/ette and others will assist’’ We hardly think the people of Highland Park have heard of this new enterprise so quietly has it been done. We are informed the church was organized July loth with about 25 members and soj industriously have they worked that now they have a flue church building completed at a cost of about 84,000. It will seat 300 people and is to be opened next Sunday morning free from ...
MERRY BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
MERRY BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. F. E. Yoakum, 140 East Avenue 59, entertained a merry party of little folks on-Tuesday last, in honor of her handsome grandson. Master Modrall Yoakum, Jr., who celebrated his fourth birthday on that occasion. The decorations were pink roses and hyacinths With dainty festoons of smilax. The genial sun inVltnr-iv games, and when the interest Jn thesc’tflaggcd, cake. run and confections fillctlj the measure enjoyment. Misses RulW and Ruth Yoakum assisted the yoniijf host to receive his guests, who were:) Ruth Boyd. Melva Scott, Ellis, Edwin.) and Robert k Davis, Thomas Hanccok, Walter Scott, nChariic Rice and Orie Hester. I
EBELL CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
EBELL CLUB MEETING \: .The HiglUtmd Park EbeU me* March rtTJfiPßt bad charge of the program as it was ■ Civic Section day. She read a scrip- - 1; ture lessou from jrfuthew 10, followed : 1 by prayer by Mrs. Grant. . She then i : introduced Mni. Pratt, of the Juvenile Detention Home. Mrs. Pratt said that last year, they looked after over .j seven hundred children and that ao far this year they have bad- one hundred twenty-five. The children are : not detained In jail with adults, but j the old county jail baa been fitted nn j for juveniles and /he officers are pro- ! vided by the county. Judge Wilbur ■ has been appointed Juvenile Judge aud he is a most kind aud efficient one. Many a boy is savyd by bis fatherly kindness. The police court, 1 humane society aud truant officers j ail send children to the. Detention Home. There is a school In conuec- &lt; tiou with the Hume, having two | teachers who are provided by the j Board of Education. The officers find that the first step ...
favsn Irrifitioa Pin But WWi Rcurntisas. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
favsn Irrifitioa Pin But WWi Rcurntisas. Sacramento. —The S acrameuto Chamber 1 of Commerce adopted a resolution favoring the passage of the act proposed by Representative McKinlay for the diversion of water from the Sacramento river for irrigation and dumehtio purposes by the Central Canal ahd Irrigation Company of California, providing that the diversion be under the direction of the War Department and in no way injure' navigation.
Gum Low Vielalen PunM. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
Gum Low Vielalen PunM. Judge Rose of Los Angeles haa fined F. J. Whitmore, manager of the new Hotel Alexandria of th% southern city, $lOO for having in hia posse union quail, ducks and front daring the close season. The American Pish Company of Sacramento paid $OO in fines for violations of the Halt laws. Joseph Cohn, of Antioch haa been fined $2O for shipping sturgeon. . S. A. Ritchie of Ukiah was fined $2O for spearing steelhead trout. Stockholm has the largest death rata from the use of alcohol of any city la the world. The number of deaths froM this cause IS 90 in 1,000. Where “ Ramona" was written nwr Highland Park.
CaHftrau Uwn ■I iatouL [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
CaHftrau Uwn ■I iatouL California now produces about 6,000 carloads of apples per annum. There is no place on the globe where horses can be raised cheaper orqnlek er. than in the Imperial Vausy.- « The solution of the water problen at Riverside has been helped by thi purchase of the Ran Bernardino Val ley Traction Company, by the Riverside Trust Company. a The local authorities of San Bernardino hove requested that a quarau- £ tine be placed upon the. empty orange ■' afad lemon boxes that are rettuned t«X them from the north. They fear that ' these boxes may become impregnated with the Purple scale. The Monterey Fish and Home Association have taken action to stop the Japanese fishermen from denuding the bay shore of shell ttsh.. The game laws are to be strictly euftrrced hereafter. The horticultural inspectors, of Sacramsuto couuty have faaan instructed to serve notice on mßcuar growers who have neglected Bn take proper steps against the peawtdight and proceed to have the work done....
—. ■ 1 " ■—l— [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
—. ■ 1 " ■ — l — At the regular mectiugol the W. G. T. U. in Ust Wed-, nesday, neW officers were elected M follows'; Mrw B. L. Crawford, president: Mrs. J. A. Merrill, •vfci presidents Mrs. ■ May Griffith, secretary; Mrs. N, Sijjitli, treasurer. Hereafter the regular meetings will occur on the first Friday of each month. Mrs. Crawford,-,Mrs. sdpUi and Mrs. May Griffith were elected delegates to the county convention at Wittier, April 4 and g. ‘7 Jas. G. Cortelyou of Hayes avenue, made a trip during the week to Imperial, to look after his interests in that section. Garden hose, all kinds., gc to 15c. Ritchev &amp; Grotthouse. Home 39330; East 1481. ' O The East Side News speaks facetiously about the need of a new barber shop in Highland Park, The Tiaho'ma barber shop under the management of ; W. "A; Young, i% giving as good service here as any city shop, the disgruntled News man to the contrary notwithstanding. The Arroyo furnished the refreshments which served at the hall an...
LABORATORY FOR MONTEREY University of California to Establish Experimental Station on Shorn of Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
LABORATORY FOR MONTEREY University of California to Establish Experimental Station on Shorn of Bay. Monterey. --A large, laboratory, of scientific study pud research will be bnilt along the seashore at New Monterey by the University of California. Buildings will Tie erected for the accommodation of more than 200 students, and the laboratory will be the finest of its kind in the world. Four acres for the site of the laboratory have been purchased by Dr, Herzstein from I)uvid&gt; Jacks. This, land will lie turned over to the regents of the State University, who are to repay Dr. Herzstein when the next appropriation is made by the State. The land extends from ■ Central avenue to the water front, and lies between David avenue and the divide Ing line between Monterey and Pacific Grove. It is there that the Herzstein laboratory is located and where Dr. Jacques Loeb of the University of Califorina has conducted his experiments. The new purchase will give the laboratory a front on t...
RAIN DELAYS ORANGE PICKING Week’s Ootpal Ament* le 21S Cere—Reiafell Per Tin Days Aannli to 2.85 bchex. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
RAIN DELAYS ORANGE PICKING Week’s Ootpal Ament* le 21S Cere —Reiafell Per Tin Days Aannli to 2.85 bchex. Riverside—Orange shipments to date aggregate 2208 cars, with 181 cars 'of lemons. It is estimated that the I orange drop is very nearly half off.' | Last week’s oatpat was 218 ears of ; oranges and 13 cars of lemons. The | rain will delay picking for a few (lays and will give an. opportunity for the I market in the east to be cleaned up. j Very little of the fruit going- out- is 1 iced. Riverside’s rainfall record is 2.85 inches for the two days’ storm. Banding appears to have experienced thp greatest rainfall of in Southern California, the record being , 6.5# inches for the “two days. The Southern Pacific track was washed out for some distance and the westbound overland was delayed several .hours. The track to the Last of ’ i Banning is under three feet of water j and is in bad shape. San Jacinto J reports 2.50 iuobeaof rgin for the! j storm.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
Fnwyjr Hmm Hmt WwaA . v v*.; vw. ■ -• Bank of Highland Park LOAMS AND INVESTMENTS G. w; E, GRIFFITH, President JNO. B. MERRILL, Cashier Capital Siook $lOO,OOO Ono-thlrd Paid Up S7OO a 4m, Highland Park Hardware Store amticr a brotthoube WE DELIVER ALL GOODS both rm Hmmtm OSOSO Emmt Mof 0700 Pmm.tl.na 4i Emmtßlßl i a sail STANDARD REAL ESTATE Cb. REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, RENTALS AND LOANS...'... 0770 Oaf. Phan* East 1772 JOBBING Promptly Attandad To D. F. MURPHY Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter GAS LIGHT SUPPLIES, MANTELS. CHIMNEYS. BUkNEBS, ETC. ETC. 6719 Pasadona Ava. Lae Angalaa, Cal. MORTON &amp; MANOR, Staple and Fancy Groceries, mm# Tobapooa. Jovaa’a Broad and Pastry. Phone 89240. - 121 Ave. 64 South. J. &lt;#. Padriok A Son, PLEASANT MODERN COTTAGES. Office end shop with F. M. Crawford, 5719 Pasadena arenne. Plans iumishad where desired. Job work, repairs, tool sharpening and saw filing promptly attended to. We guarantee good work at right prices. Try us and see...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
For HIJ» Jock! asadena 6701 Co son Home 89191, East 268. avenue. Dr. Roy L. Spencer* , Dentist. Hours —9:30 to 12; Ito 5. Evenings and Bundayu by ap- ' Phones —Home 39165.’ I East 2fK). Corner Ave. 58 and ' Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. Suttle Brothers, | Contractors. All kinds of team work. Residence, 6310 Eagle Rock avenue. Phone, East 574. j Chas. I. Sweet i Lawyer, 364 Pacific Electric building, corner 6th and Main streets. Phones, Sunset 6054,- Horne 2513. Cipv be seen try appointment in the evening at 6809 Pasadena avs. N.J. Tippett Cement contractor. House cleaning, pruning, white washing, lawns tended and all kinds of hand yard grading done. Work promptly done. Monte Vista and Ave. 57. Leave orders at- C. I. Richey’s Hardware Store. Phone Alta 2271 Frank Troop House mover. Also lays brick and stone Avenue 66., Phone, East 1534. For Sale For Sale —An Angelas Plano Pliyer for sale at 5123 Pasadena Ave., with 17 rolls of music; very reasonable. For Sale —Thoroughbred Plymouth...
Queer Souvenir* by Mull. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 17 March 1906
Queer Souvenir* by Mull. “The souvenir postal card craze seems to be governed by none of the bounds of propriety and decency,” declared a postal clerk as he was dls trlbutlug the deposits found in the public drop boxes, according to the Philadelphia Telegraph. “If the government doesn’t put n stop to,this nuisance I’ll have to find a better Job,” he continued to muse. It was a disgraceful lot of stuff, to be sure. In the collection were any number of worn and soiled collars, cults and shirt bosoms, not to speak of old socks, garters and even several pairs of shoes. Thp proper postage had been prepaid on everything—the cuffs, collars and shirt bosoms bearing stamps and addresses, the socks, garters and shoes being attached to tags inscribed with destinations. “There Is no doubt the postofflee re cclpts are Increasing everywhere bej cause of this popular custom of send- ; lug oddities through the mall,” said another clerk in the same department, "but I wonder where it’s going to end. ...