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GARVANZA GLEANINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS An organization of the Young Woman’s Christian Temperance Union was effected- on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. C. P. Wheat N. Avenue (10, with seventeen charter members, Mrs. Reginald Zimmerman was elected president. Mrs. Lucy Blanchard addressed the young people on “High Ideals” and Miss Yeo of Redlands on “Organization and Work.” Meetings will be held in homes of members on the first and" third Monday. Of each mouth. The events in the 'life of Jesus during the week of his crucifixion will be considered day by day during the coming week in the Garvfinza Methodist Episcopal church.- The events of eacC day of the week will be considered on the corresponding day: Service• each evening at 7:45. The topics Jor Sunday will be : Morning at 11, ''The Tragedy of the Ages;" evening. 7:30. “Jesus’ Last SundayBefore His Death.”
New Real Estate Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
New Real Estate Firm. Phillips &amp; Ferguson is the title 6Ta new real estate firm which has opened for business at 5640 Pasadena avenne. Botli members of this firm are old settlers in Highland Park, and have known the place since its infancy. A. A. Phillips,, whu lives at 5634 Pasadena avenue, has' been here twelve years, aud was formerly postmaster and. store keener_at the corner now occupied by O. E. Jackson A Co. He sold out some years ago to our present postmaster, R. Stewart. Mr. George Ferguson, the other member of the firm, lives at 5425 Pasadena avenue, aud bus been a resident of this favored section five years, coming here from Boyle Heights. Mr. Ferguson paid' 9450 for his lot on Pasadena avenu6 about four years ago. Today the record price on the same street, excepting corners, is 93000. A neat office has been erected opposite the bank for the use of the new firm.
The EbeU Clnfe. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
The EbeU Clnfe. I'he Highland Park Ebell met April 3, at Wood's Hall. Miss Kenney was expected to talk on California Laws for Women and Children, but was unable to be present, and .will speak on that ject the third Tuesday in April. A new book on the laws of California relating to women and children, has just been Compiled by Elizabeth L. Kenney. William Chambers and Willoughby Rodman. Next Tuesday will be,.given to Household Economics under the leadership of Mrs. Hammock. Mrs, Hood reported conferring with a member of the Highland Park Improvement Association in regard to a railroad station for Highland Park. A petition asking that through trains slop here will be drawn up and circulated. If our friends coming from the East could get off at Highland Park instead of going to the city; it would he a great convenience. ' ; 1 -- *• - The programme for next year was discussed and a nominating committee appointed.
Shannon’s Bakery. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Shannon’s Bakery. The Shannon Bakery at 3805 I'uwide mi avenue, is open with a full line of high class goods. We carry everyth iug in that line, including, lady fingers, maccaroona, angel cake, etc. Bememlwr 4be—place. Shannon's Bakery, 3805 Pasadena avenue, Los Angeles. tlo to. Shannon's Bakery, 3805 Pasadena avenue for full line of delicacies —no more cold meals in your rooms.
BIRDS OF MINERAL PARK Some Rare Visitors in the Arroyo y I . . ■ I _ Seco. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
BIRDS OF MINERAL PARK Some Rare Visitors in the Arroyo y I . . ■ I _ Seco. Oue of the prettiest parts of th--1 Arroyo Seco is that portion lying to | the right of tne Pacific Electric Railroad bridge which connects Garvunzu with South Pasadena. This bit of | 1 Nature's handiwork, called Mineral Park, is private property which has been fitted up with small cottages aud a paviliou, and is Used tbrongtij out the summer for camp-meeting I purposes. j_, Even during the summer, when the camp meetings are in swing, j this sylvan spot is peopled with many \ beautiful lords, but it is duriug the \ winter, when only a few of the little cottages are occupied, that the birds hold undisputed sway. lii spite of all the bustle and commotion so near to its entrance, this is a favorite spot for the birds, many varieties staying about in the willows and low bushes that overhang the water, or in' the —stately oaks and sycamores that grow upon the high bank and are scattered throughout Here the song s|...
Presbyterian Church Annual > Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Presbyterian Church Annual &gt; Meeting. The annual meeting of the Highland . Pai l; Presbyterian church was held In the church on Wednesday evening. A good attendance was present, and full ie;jor:s were received from all church officers, and also from all societies j connected with the church. Including lihe Senior, Intermediate and Junior I Christian Endfeavor, Woman’s Aid SoI cipty and the committee on Grace Chapel, which has been newly estabi Halted on New York street near Noiden. One hundred and forty new mem- . tfe-.'; Joined the church during the year, mating a total membership of four hundred and four. „ I The Sunday school total enrollment i is now three hundred’and twenty-one. The church was bunt daring the year and the total amount raise , was $14,- 914, these funds being used In complex ing the church building. Running~espenseg to the amount.of $2557 were also raised, and ail obligations were promptly met. New officers elected werel J. P. Cumberland and S. C. Win...
Acme Grocery, 5723 Pasadena Avenue. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Acme Grocery, 5723 Pasadena Avenue. To introduce some of our good goods. Watch our prices next week. 1 Sunburst corn, 2 for 25, 10c straight; Dr. Price Pood, ide; Bishops Beans, 10c straight, 3 for 25c; Honey qny where from 3 for 26, 10c straight,,' 2 for 25c and fancy at 16c straight^' Fancy Libby Jelly, 250; Fancy Libby P;eserves, 35c; Any kind of spice. Baking Powder or Extracts. 15 varieties of coffee to pick from, 3 grades of W. C. J. tea. Look at our cookies and box wafers. Help us with your patronage and the store will, do the best to satisfy any aud every want- Home 39298, Sunset East 747. Visitors always welcome. Prompt delivery.
GREAT SCENIC TRACT, MOUNT WASHINGTON Adjoining Highland Park on the West, Important Real Estate Transaction Occurs. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
GREAT SCENIC TRACT, MOUNT WASHINGTON Adjoining Highland Park on the West, Important Real Estate Transaction Occurs. A real estate deal of an at import arrOchas been closed this week, involving practically all the 1 ill and plateau property lying hetijeeu Ilighland Park and the San Fernando Valley. Looking down Pasadena avenue toward Avenue 50, the high hill which looms up in the foreground is the site of the proposed Archaeological museum and art institute ft&gt; cost ultimately 8300,000. Immediately north of this, including the first range or hill, down to the Unlverslty-Gurvanza car line, at the end of Monte Vista street, is one hundred acres retained by Jno. A. Merrill, and which Occidental College will adorn with an observatory. etc. All the hills back of this clear to the San Fernando Valley have been transferred to a syndicate which will, it is said, create the finest subdivison for residence purposes iu Southern California. The Times gives the following account of the...
Christian Church Missions Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Christian Church Missions Auxiliary The Christian Woman’s Board of Missions Auxiliary of the Highland Park Christian Church met at the home of Mrs, Francis Douthit, 5526 Pasadena avenue, Wednesday afternoon, April 4th. Almost every member was- present, also several visitors. The subject was “Out Living Links and Those Who Support Them.” Mrs. Douthit, the president, ]t( Hie devotional exercises. Airs. Sticknei iang a beautiful solo, “Oyer the Rollim Sea." The different members told of thi Living Link missionaries in the foreign field, their personnel and source of supP°rt. It is found that the churches that support missionaries are doubly blessed. The Misses Douthit and Mrs. Grotthouse rendered some beautiful piano and Violin music, among the selections being Berceuse from “Jocelyn”; Intermezzo, from “Cavalleria Rusticana": “Mocking Bird* and “ The Last Rose of Summer. - - &gt;•
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
&lt; Frank Troop House mover. Also lays brick aud stone work. N. Avenue 66. Phone, East 1534. , • For Choice Goods And prompt delivery, eall up the Highland Park Grocery,/Oi E.- | Jackson it Co., ST-OI Pasadena avenue. Home 39 wl, East 263. Dr. Roy L, Spencer, Dentist. Hours+-9:30 to 12; Itp 5. Evenings and Sundays by appointment. Phones—Home 39155. OQA Pnrniir k v/&gt; Aft nn/i Ikltßi vufMcr ■ Afv&lt; UO ullU Pasadena avenue, Highland Park.' Suttle Brothers, Contractors. All kinds of team work. Residence, 6310 Eagle Rock avenue. Phone, East 674. J. 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public. 6113 Piedmont avenue, Highland Park. Home phone 39263. Lest You Forget, O. E. Jackson &amp; Co. at 6701 Pasadena avenue the line of see them. have everything in groceries. Call and
Topics Times [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 7 April 1906
Topics Times The new battleship’s dizzy speed is calculated to make the Virginia reel. The world Is indeed a stage, but the ■pcctators aye not charged admission ,#es - ======== Uncle Sam is abbut to shut down the Ud on Bering Sea, but be can't seal It. No seals left. When a young man informs a girl that she is the light of bis life, he probably means a.. flashlight President Roosevelt can find a sure cure tor race suicide Jn the Senator Clark miliiou-dollar-baby plan. . , - ,v . SaT-V— ■■■ One-half the world doesn’t know how the other half lives because fully one half mlnd'thelr own business. —&lt;**' An old bachelor says that matrimony I* an excellent training school for women who are ambitious to enter the lecture field. * .... r - • Dr. Dowle didn’t allow his modesty to restrain him from naming three men to do the work heretofore performed by himself. Yale's athletic reserve fund has grown to nearly $lOO,OOO. Maybe this la proof of sport for sport’s sake, but It looks lik...