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OCCIDENTAL WINS FROM F& MONA IN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
OCCIDENTAL WINS FROM F&amp; MONA IN TENNIS. Occidental won the annual tennis tournament with Pomona Monday. The team that won the honors for Occidental consisted of Roth and Cleland in the doubles; Cleland and G. Merrill in the singles; for the ladies Misses Merrill and Clopton carried away the honors. Thomas, the onearmed wonder, was the star for Pomona. Bryant also played a good game. Miss Miller and Miss McFadden played a plucky game in behalf of Pomona.
HERMON [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
HERMON Mrs. Tutt was considered well enough to be moved from the hospital to her home on Friday of last week. She is steadily improving and her friends have great hopes of her full recovery. « ,„i' Mr. Hall has put up a two-room cottage on his lot on Redfleld avenue, and will move his family in as soon as completed..&gt;i, - Mr:, David Pruden has rented his lower place. Mrs. Branner is having an addition built at the rear of her home on Redfield avenue,—— ."fe?" - Some new buildings are being planned for Hermon. r .
GLORIOUS FOURTH ON BEAUTI FUL MT. WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
GLORIOUS FOURTH ON BEAUTI FUL MT. WASHINGTON. “The star-spangled banner In triumph will wave O’er the land of the tree and the homo of the brave." The rocket’s red glare will illumine the sky, And the cannon boom loud on the Fourth of July. The fifth meeting o'f the Mt. Washington Improvement association was held on Wednesday evening, May 30, at the residence of President C. W. Hill, on Avenue 49. The first business of the evening was the consideration of means to secure rural free delivery of mail. The matter was referred to Hr. Murglttroyd. As chairman of the. committee to obtain the right of way for grading Avenue 50, Mr. Chambers reported splendid progress, as the work Is fist nearing completion. The report of the committee on sidewalk was presented by Mr. Hammersmith. It will be acted upon at the next meeting. Mr. Lee offered the excellent suggestion that the sidewalk be of gravel instead of board. It Is the general opinion that a gravel walk would be more artistic; It will pro...
OCCIDENTAL WINS BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
OCCIDENTAL WINS BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Occidental won the intercollegiate championship from St. Vincent Wednesday at Chutes Park, In a closely contested' game. Occidental bad a shade the better It through the entire game, the final score being 3 to 2. The first half of the ninth St. Vincent tied the score, but the first man up (or Occidental got to first on balls and circled the bases on a wild throw, thus ending one of the hottest games of ball seen on a local diamond. ■ :
GRACE CHAPEL OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
GRACE CHAPEL OPENED The opening Sunday school services of the new Grace chapel on New York street, near Nolden street, was held last Sunday afternoon with a very gratifying attendance, the number present being an even four dozen, consisting mostly of children In the neighborhood and their parents, together with a number of workers from the Highland Park Presbyterian church, under the supervision of which this chapel was erected. It has been decided to hold regular preaching services on Sunday afternoons after the Sunday school services, beginning Sunday, June 17. It is possible a permanent pastor may be secured, but If this Is not found possible at present, the pulpit will he 'supplied by different ministers residing in Highland Park. The prospects look very bright for building up a strong organization, and it is hoped by those who have promoted this work that the residents of the New York Valley will show their appreciation by their attendance and hearty co-operation in all the lin...
FOR SALE BV OWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
FOR SALE BV OWNER. New 6-room bungalow in the best residence district in Highland Park. Built for a home, with every modern convenience. Old gold pressed brick mantel, dining room panelled, built-in seats and bookcases, three large bedrooms. The front bedroom is connected with folding doors to living room and dining room, so these rooms can be made one large room. The house is finished with selected slash grain Oregon pine burned, polished hardwood floors, fine bath room and wash ,tray, hot water beater. I’m going away in thirty days. Must sell. See me at once. W. Wright, 132 East Avenue 58. Phone 39283.
PACKARD ON PROSPERITY. He Tells Readers of the Brockton (Mass.) Times ths Truth About the Earthquakes [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
PACKARD ON PROSPERITY. He Tells Readers of the Brockton (Mass.) Times ths Truth About the Earthquakes Brockton relatives received recently from Carl G. Packard, well known here and now a leading Los Angeles business man, a letter which gives some idea of the situation in the California after the earthquake which shook the Pacific coast. It reads: “There has been no crash of failing material or finances in Los Angeles. This city is 476 miles from San Francisco. The eastern people probably have the idea that most of California was in San Francisco, but Los Angeles is about as far from the scene of disaster as Charleston from New York. The latter's growth 'and prosperity evidently suffered little from the Charleston earthquake. The damage to San Francisco from earthquake alone was comparatively small. The great devastation was caused by Are, which has occurred and is liable to be repeated in every city in the union. “San Francisco is today the busiest city in the United States in layin...
tHE METHODIST MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
tHE METHODIST MUSIC. The morning anthem will be “I Taste and See,” by Sir John Goss. Mrs. Coryell, Miss Cortelyou and Mr. Bennett will sing “Father, Lead Us by the Hand,” from Belchazzer, tor offertory. In the evening Mrs. Lillian Fuller will sing “Forever with-: the Lord,” b&gt; Qounod, and the choir will render -‘.‘■On High the Stars Now Are Shining,” by Rhelnberger. L. V. Cortelyou has purchased lot 13 in the Highland Glen tract, In the arroyo at the foot of Avenue 62. W. S. Dinsmore has purchased lot 12, and Messrs. Saint and Warner of the Sycamore Grove nurseries have bought lots 10 and 11. All these persons expect to build on the lots In the near future. Highland Glen will prove to be a popular residence district. It is in one of the most romantic parts of the arroyo among the majestic sycamores and century-old live oaks.
Rural Parks. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
Rural Parks. In all suburban or rural districts, park attractions are' now great faetdrs, and constantly growing features of the times. They are necessities, not luxuries, not for any class or prlvtliged few, but are priceless possessions for all the people and the one place where neither social, financial. Intellectual nor political distinctions give any one citizen rights, prerogatives or privileges over another.
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE DAY. 'Ekaminafiohs Close, Class Ivy and Tree Are Planted, Stone Is Placed and Big Rdlly Is Held. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE DAY. 'Ekaminafiohs Close, Class Ivy and Tree Are Planted, Stone Is Placed and Big Rdlly Is Held. The examinations at Occidental College closed Thursday afternoon and pb 3 o’clock the college day exercises were held in the college chapel and on the lawn. Class President Hagerman delivered the address of welcome and presented to the college a picture of the class of ’O6. A loving cup was handed down to the Junior, class, and Miss Webster in a neat speech turned the college banner over to the Juniors. The Alumni Association presented a large portrait of ex-President Wadsworth to the college.. The class ivy was planted by Miss Edna Cumberland, and Miss Margaret Grant planted the class tree on the front lawn. George Nye Steiger inserted a class stone in the wall of the Hall of Letters, and Wallace Petty presented a sun dial to the college. After this program had been carried out, the other college classes were presented to the Seniors. Class songs were sung and lunch w...
Investigation Needed. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
Investigation Needed. The manager of one of the largest fruit estates In the world writes regarding the fumigation question; “It does seem to me that a close scientific study of this subject is absolutely necessary at this time, and you may call upon me at any time to do-all that Is possible for the advancement of this subject by the state and national authorities. We certainly ought to have some definite scientific information on this question by this time, and It is absolutely Imperative that some one of scientific training and great intelligence should undertake the work. “The revelation being made to us by the investigations of Mr. Powell make it more and more imperative that our orchards should be cleansed of all kinds of scale. He has demonstrated to us beyond doubt that washing fruit injures it. That washing and brushing it thereafter injures it very much more. The fruit that is neither washed nor brushed arrives on the market in much better condition. It therefore behooves u...
THE APRICOT IS – SOARING UPWARD % AND THE PIT#, TOO, ARE BOOMING UPWARD. Are Bringing Astonishing Prices as a Fuel—Heat Given by the Seeds Is Said to Be Intense, and Discovery That They Are Valuable for Other ' Purposes Creates Big Market. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
THE APRICOT IS - SOARING UPWARD % AND THE PIT#, TOO, ARE BOOMING UPWARD. Are Bringing Astonishing Prices as a Fuel—Heat Given by the Seeds Is Said to Be Intense, and Discovery That They Are Valuable for Other ' Purposes Creates Big Market. Ventura.—Not only are apricots booming, but the pits are sailing upward In price at such a rate that people who know anything about this once lowly article are pausing to catch their breath. Apricot pits are, it is said, now In active demand at the astounding price of $l6 per ton, u)d the prospect Is that they will go still higher. Time was when apricot pits were considered a nuisance and were *n the way at the pitting camps each year. Later, it was found that they would make a pretty good fuel, and many a housewife, found this out to her sorrow, for the pits burned so fiercely that no stove was proof against the intensity of the heat and was soon burned out. Then sprang up a demand from faroff Germany, where it was discovered that a pretty good q...
German Canal Opened. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 9 June 1906
German Canal Opened. Berlin.—Emperor William opened the' Teltow canal Saturday. This is another waterway connecting the manufacturing suburbs of Berlin with the sea via the Havel and Elbe canal, and gives some hundreds of manufacturers all-water transportation to Hamburg and adds another to the network of waterways which It is the Emperor's plan to extend‘so as to place .Berlin and other great interior cities In easier touch with International over-sea commerce. The new canal was built at the expense of the localities which are benefited by It. It cost $10,040,000, has a depth of eight feet and Is crossed by fifty bridges.