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PLEASANT GATHERING AT HOME —OF DR. BERRY, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
PLEASANT GATHERING AT HOME —OF DR. BERRY, Occidental College is closed for the summer, and with its vacation comes a quiet along most social lines in Highland Park. But here aiut there we still run across a merry gathering after the heat of the day is over. The Highland Park Presbyterian church has always been noted for its aggressiveness along all lines; especially has the social side of the church been remarked. On last Monday evening at the home of the pastor, Rev. Dr. F. P. Berry, the members &gt;of the session and the executive commitf tee of the Endeavor Society held a conference over church affairs. After a most agreeable exchange of ideas and suggestion of plans, the mistress of the manse brought forth the fruit of her ’ideas in the form of cooling refreshments, which were very acceptable after the intense heat of the day. Altogether the evening was spent in a most enjoyable manner.
FIRE AT HERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
FIRE AT HERMON. The home of M. L. Wilkinson of Hermon was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon. The furniture of the lower floor was saved, but everything in the upper rooms was lost. The fire originated in the upper story, it is thought, from a ruby light left burning in a photographic dark room, though this is not certain. On May 16th the house caught fire from the same cause, doing $lO worth of damage, which was paid by the insurance company out of the $9OO policy carried. This time the loss is total, and the balance of $B9O duo from the insurance company will fait far short of reimbursing Mr. Wilkinson. The Hermon people are very grateful to the Highland Park fire department, which sent the chemical engine over and assisted in preventing the spread of the fire. Suitable resolutions of thanks were passed at a meeting held on Thursday evening. 7 —-—•
ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH. The Rev. Dr. A. G. L. Trew, of All Saints’ Church (Episcopal) went down to San Diego yesterday (Friday) on business of the church in the diocese of Los Angeles, and will return on Monday evening. On account of his absence tomorrow the early service at 7:30 ta. m. will be omitted. The other services—Sunday School. 9:3 c a. m.; morning service and sermon, it a. m.; and evening service. 7:30 will be held as visual. The Rev. Erastus DeWolf will preach at 11 a. m.
METHODISTS AT EASTLAKE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
METHODISTS AT EASTLAKE PARK The Ladies’ Aid and Horn? Missionary Societies of the Highland Park M. E. Church will hold their regular monthly ’meeting at Eastlake Park Thursday, June 28, 1906. Instead of meeting in the morning, as has been their custom, the ladies ’are requested to be present at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when all business will be transacted. Sunpcr will be ■served in the park at 6 p. m., hr which the gentlemen are invited to participate. MRS. DINSMORE, Sec’y.
MARRIAGE OF MISS McKINNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
MARRIAGE OF MISS McKINNEY. The marriage tit Miss Ethel Reid McKinney. daughter of Rev. Dr. Preston McKinney, and R. G. Paulin of Spokane, Wash., took place at the home of the bride's parents Wednesday night, at No. 119 West Avenue £4. The bride was a member of the choir of the Presbyterian church, and is well known in musical circles of the city, while the groom is advertising manager of the SpokesmanReview, Spokane. Only the immediate family were present at the marriage last night, owing to the illness of father of the bride, he having been injured in the San Francisco disaster.
YOU HAVE A-CORDIAL INVITATION From the Mt. Washington Improvement Association, Coma Up On ths Hills, Wsdnssday, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
YOU HAVE A-CORDIAL INVITATION From the Mt. Washington Improvement Association, Coma Up On ths Hills, Wsdnssday, July 4. On the Fourth of July Let us go, you and I, Where the flag of our fathers floats free; Where a patriot band Will again take its stand In thg name of our dear Liberty,. &lt; Once again we shall hear How they fell, with a cheer. Contented in triumph to die; 'Midst the shot and the shell, How they murmured, “ Tis well I For freedom no price is too high.” For our flag they Have fought, And the freedom thej bought Is ours and our children’s today. Let our nation rejoice I Hear Columbia’s loud voice: “Independence forever and a yi 1"
Program. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
Program. MORNING, 10:30 TO 12. Sports of various kinds. Basket picnic. AFTERNOON, 2. Reading of the; Declaration -of Inde- . pendence, M. A. Proper. Raising of colors (Star Spangled Banner). Invocation. Addri\s, Brigadier General John Giles Fonda. Oration, Prof. Hatch, Occidental College. Sports (open only to residents of Mt. Washington): too»yard dash. r- 1 50-yard dash— tst, boys under to; 2nd, boys from to to 15. 50-yard dash—Girls under to. Ladies’ race. Potato race.*?* — • Shoe race. Dog chasing contest. Tug of war. Baseball game. Awarding of prizes. EVENING. Luncheon, 6 p. m. Retreat, 6:30. Camp fire, 8. Cornet solo, Mr. W. W. Rhein. Duet (selected). Quartette (selected). Mandolin trio. Vocal solo, Mr, Edward Carpenter. Grand display of fireworks. .The musical program will be one of the strong features of the evening’s entertainment. Four of the renowned buglers of the Pacific coast will render selections during the evening. ’ ' t A aniformed brass band has been engaged also. ...
NEW YORK VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING. Another crowded'meeting of the New York Valley Improvement Association was held in the Presbyterian Chapel on Monday night. In addition to the large attendance of valley people, quite a number of outsiders were present, showing that interest in New York Valley affairs is spreading, and that her fame is going abroad. Wm. Elsey, who is a hustler for all things designed to benefit -the valley, urged the association to take up the question of completing t’he street work on Ash street, so that it_ may not be left in a half-finished condition, as proposed by Grider &amp; Hamilton. It was decided to take this work u-&gt; immediately through the city council by petition, and Messrs. Elsey and Morgan were appointed as a committee to work in conjunction with Mr. Sumner in securing the necessary signatures for improvement Of Aslt- street -tram AManr. street to New York .street. President Griffith of the Bank of Highland Park made...
HIGHLAND QLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
HIGHLAND QLEN. Highland Glen is a cosy little nook: nestling in the shade of grand old sycamore and live oak trees. It is about three blocks from Occidental College, just far enough from the street cars to&gt; be free from their dust and confusion, and just near enough to be very convenient to both lines. It has an abund 1 ance of pure cold' spring water. In fact, it has everything desirable to make it an Ideal home spot. We are selling lots in this tract cheaper than any other lots in Highland Park, when you consider lotatlon, size of lots, soil, etc. Our terms arc so liberal as to piace it within the reach of all who wish to buy. Come down one of these hot, sultry days, sit and enjoy the refreshing breeze in the shade of the old oaks. Have a drink of good, cold water which will remind you of the well at the old home. Then come to our office, 5137 Pasadena avenue, corner Avenue 52, and get prices and terms. Although this tract has not been on the market long, several lots h...
California | tenia of Interact. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
California | tenia of Interact. Napa County reports "beat grape crop for 15 years.” Ventura district has about 45,000 acres of beans planted. Olive fanners are all turning to portable pipes for irrigation. June lemons are at the highest price even known for this month. Navels are about gone, not over 50 cars remaining in the state. The Sacramento pea crop will be a fourth heavier than last year. Apricot pits are bringing $l6 per ton this year for German shipment. There is a labor famine in all hay and grain sections of this State. A Riverside man has perfected and patented a machine for making orange boxes. Apricots about Sacramento are a failure and peaches are but a little better. About Vacaville the present year's fruit shipments will tall way below those of last year. Wild horses are so numerous and destructive about Reno that ranchers have been given permission to kill thorn. i Stock raisers declare that the re cent Investigations of packing houses will hurt their business. The...
FOR SALE—FIVE-ROOM COTTAOE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
FOR SALE—FIVE-ROOM COTTAOE. How, would you like to buv a pretty five-room cottage, nearly new, modern, with gas, electricity, hot water. Lot, 60x168, fine terraced lawn, great variety of flowers, frnit. Street work dime.. Near Pasadena avenue, just away from the dust and racket of street cars, This is a beauty, and the price is $46501. Terms if desired. I have a list of other property in Hignland Park at prices that ought to sell quick. Let me “show you.” If you have property you really want to sell, Iftt it with me and see how quick yotr get rid of it at a fair price. Office of Highland Glen, 5137 Pasadena avenue. W. T. HANCOCK.