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Birthday Party at “On Rack. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Birthday Party at “On Rack. Last Saturday little- Donna Erickson ■entertained at ‘•Glen Roclt,” the 'home of her Grandfather, W. C. Weaver, in honor of her second birthday. The house was decorated with wild flowers, and everything looked bright and natural, as the tiny tots enjoyed their play. The prettiest sight was the babies seated by themselves at a little table. The birthday cake, lighted by two candles, stood in the center of the table. Donna’s birthday dishes were used. Sandwiches and milk, animal crackers, cake and bananas were the refreshments. Last but not least came the nests of candy eggs, guarded by white rabbits. When the little ones were ready for play again the mammas were served. Including chape- ; rons, mammas, grandmammas, and i aunts, twenty-two were present. The invited guests were Misses Mignonette l Laws. Emily Rundstrum, Katie Foster. ! Lois Johnson and Masters Winfred Win--1 rick, Clarence Topham, Horace Judson, I and Donald-Sollenberger. A complete line of ...
Shannon’s Bakery. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Shannon’s Bakery. The Shannon Bakery at 5805 Pasadena avenue, is open with a full line of high class goods. We carry everything in that line, including, lady fingers, macearoons, angel cake, etc. Remember the place. Shannon’s Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue, Los Angeles. Go to Shannon's Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue for full line of delicacies —no more cold meals in your rooms. For Sale —A complete line of high grade bicycles One half down, balance on installments. Second hand bicycles in good repair for 86, $7, $B, $9, $lO. $l2, "$15," ladies or gents. Work done while you wait. Remember the number, 6023 Pasadena avenue. THE OCCIDENTAL.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
J. H. Wolf, Shoemaker. 5003 Paasdena avenue. First class work guaranteed. Our flue finishing is the delight of all our patrons. Jarett Bros., Carriage Shop. 6060 Pasadena avenue. Blacksmith ing and general repair work. Horseshoeing a specialty. Laundry Agency. Troy Laundry agency at the Arroyo, 6711 Pasadena avenue. Telypboues East 1899, Home - 39312, Laundry collected Monday and Wednesdays Delivered Thursday and Saturday. Percy K. Lusk . First Class Teacher of Kano and Harmony ■ ~”252 AV* 67 Weat 1
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Frank Troop * House mover. Also lays brick and stone work. N. Avenue 66. Phone, East 1534. Suttle Brothers, Contractors. All kinds of team work. Residence, 6310 Eagle Rock avenue. Phone, East 574. Chas. I. Sweet Lawyer, 364 Pacific Electric building, corner 6th and Main streets. Phones, Sunset 6064, Home 2513. Can be seen by appointment in the evening at 5809 Pasadena ave. Highland Park, Qarvanza and Los Angeles Express. This will notify all concerned that I have secured from Fred Hallert the Highland Park, Garvanza and Los Angeles Express, formerly owned by me and am again ready to attend promptly all orders in my line. Regular trips down town in a. m. Residence 629 New York street. Phone Home 39332, East 2169. Down town office 212 E. 3d street. Home 2298/ W. B. KEESE G. W. Robbins, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Watches, clocks, jewelry, music boxes and spectacles repaired and warranted. 5938 Pasadena avenue, Highland Park. Lest You Forget, O. E. Jackson &amp; Co. at 5701 Pasaden...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Most Beautiful Subburban Portion of Los Angeles. _ ■; I-.. 1 ■ him. I- ! ! i'l's v&gt;.f ?**S*tpa| V-.K31 i ... .4 ,:tt • r s * -f. ..y‘~ : ss i ■j&amp;i ‘ ■ • £ : ■... .. .. V ’ Poor A Wing 8184 Pmmmdmnm Arm., Hava some of the best proparty on tliair lists. Prices and terms reasonable. •MbKr mf Fine HIH Property Don’t fail to see it. No trouble to show it. King us up— East 631, Home 39010. ' r %•* &amp; m * &lt; if* Ha i m V;iViat * ■A* m ** /4 • 3 r% *4 *n&lt;vv M»a sn»iir ? «■ 3TT* /&gt;» //« /'-f //* // « / rr) /# 3 ft/ / / / / / .*» It: l+t I /-« /,&lt;• 4 ■MS c •Irtf G. *»■ ItrM**/€A&gt;r or *fvfp C/f/r Addition TO. THE GLEN ROCK(viLI!A. TRACT W.C. WEAVER, s-'/T/P /W&lt;rvr HIGHLAND PARK. PHDN? eAjr '/rr/: The opening day for sale of lots in the above tract will be MAY 1. These lots are HIGH but prices are LOW. Graded streets, water piped in front of each lot. Right of way for car line crosses this tract (...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
f.ost—One gray~Btare, both ears split, wliite spot in forehead, wt 1000 pounds. Return to M. F. Williams, Hermon and receive pay for trouble. Phono K 695 Express v I&gt;eave orders for expressing at the Star Real Estate Office, 5809 Pasadena avenue. 0. O. Brees, Phone, East 1386. City phones, Main 1862, Home 1378. Residence East 2196 John D. Wilson. Gardening, General House Cleaning New Lawns Put In. Odd Jobs around the house. Property cared for in absence of the owners. Sunset Blast 1288. Residence Hermon. 41-pi. J. 0. Hawley, Pension attorney, notary public. €ll3 Piedmont avenue. Highland Park. Home phone 39263. For Choice Goods And prompt delivery, call up the Highland Park Grocery, O. E. Jackson ft Co., 5701 Pasadena avenue. Home 39191, Bast 268. Dr. Roy L Spencer, Dentist. Hours—9:3o to 12; Ito 6. Evenings and Sundays by apMAI ..4 nvjvnf D k WjSULLJ.' Qttt KC Pyiuiiiiivilv, a uvilvß XlOllit) ODludi East 290. Corner Ave. 58 and Pasadena avenue, Highland Park.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 14 April 1906
Automobile For $450. For sale at p023 Pasadena avenue a j St. Louis automobile, (cost $1200) in I first class condition. Reason for sell- ; ing lack of time to use it. Call at above number and have Bert H. Stambough, the automobile and bicycle expert, show it to you. This is your opportunity to get a 11200 auto for 5430. HIE OCCIDENTAL. ORNAMENTAL FIREPLACES MANTELS OF ALL KINDS I make a specialty of the above work, and guarantee satisfaction. Also do general masonry. 0. M. SUMNER, Cor. Ash and Baltimore Sts Phone, Sunset Bast 2294.
THE GREAT CALAMITY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
THE GREAT CALAMITY. How puny Is man in the presence of the forces which have devastated San Francisco! How inappropriate for mortal to attempt editorial comment upon the awful catastrophe! One redeeming feature may be mentioned. History does not record that the spirit and pluck of any American community was-ever quelled by the ravages of Are, flood, cyclone or earthquake. Chicago, Galveston, Charleston, Baltimore and many others are Witnesses of this fact. The pioneers who built this mighty empire by the shores of the sundown sea are not*of the stuff that retreats. San Francisco will rise from her ashes more proud than ever, and California will march on to her great destiny.
PACKARD DIO IT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
PACKARD DIO IT AGAIN. Carl Q. Packard, the pioneer of High land Park, is always there with Ihe fen strike. He comes to the front today with a full page suggestion to limit; souls. If you. are ready In a moment to. turn your back on all the glorious truths which yon have heretofore uttered about Southern California, just take your wall to him. He knows.
PAVING OF PASAQENA AVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
PAVING OF PASAQENA AVENUE. A movement is on font t«f organise a paving district In HlgUlanfl Park, the object being to pave Pasadena avenue with asphalt from Avdrttie 50 to the Santa Fe crossing above Avenue 61, and distribute the expense proportionately among all the property owners within distance of the avenue to m paved. Our columns are open for discussion of the various features of this proposed Improvement. The Herald stands for progress, and will urge the paving of Pasadena avenute at the earliest moment. Should Pasadena avenue property bear the expense, or shall others who will share In the benefits, assist to pay for the paving?
ANNEXATIONISTS ARE AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
ANNEXATIONISTS ARE AT WORK. An enthusiastic annexation meeting was held at Wood’s Hall Friday evening, many persons being present from Eagle Rock. Hermon, Annandale and New York Valley districts. The boundaries committee reported in favor of taking Into the petition to annex to I»s Angeles, the Hermon settlement and all territory north and west of Highland Park and Carranza tt&gt; and including Eagle Rock, valley. The report was amended to Include the territory toward Pasadena to join the Pasadena city limits. Messrs. Wlnans of New York district,.. - Gates of Eagle Rock and Rev. Griffith of Hermon, were appointed as an executive committee to carry cm the preliminary work necessary. If the city annexes, the proposed territory It will gain a district which will, during the next few months, make marvelous strides In population and Improvement.
EASTER SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
EASTER SERVICE. All Saints’ church, corner of Ash street and W. Avenue 50, was packed to the door steps on Easter morning. The services began at 7:SO a. m., when a large and devout congregation took in the Holy Communion. At IX o’clock there was a second service at which the special faster music was excellently rendered by the vested choir of men and bora, and an Easter sermon on the historical effects of the Resurrection of Jesus. Christ was preached by the Rev. Dr. A. O. L. Trew. The offerings amounted to more than WO and wore givbn to the Bishop of Loe Angeles to be applied by him to some purpose wherever he might think it most needed. In the evening the annual Easter service of the Sunday School took place. The children's missionary boxes, used' during the six weeks of Lent, produced an Easter offering of more .than |2C.'
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETS AT OR. MOODY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETS AT OR. MOODY'S. The Historical Society met at the residence of Dr. /. d. Moody, No. *l6 i West Avenue SS, Monday evening. There was a large attendance of members and visitors. Mrs. M. Burton Williamson read a pager. "A No Men’s lAOd:” Mrs. Mary M. Bowman told “How New Zealand Oot ItV Bees,” and J. M. Guinn disncsjsed the Gamine Real question. He claimed there Is no fMd authority for translating El OamIgo Real, Royal Road or Kh|g , a Highway. The phrase glmgly means a main road, a much-traveled highway: that Instead of there being only one road between the missions there were two, EMTSI aome instances three, and each was called Cantina Real. Special 6 gar cant discount on bicycles for the mm IS days. Bicycles made to order. We make the beat »50 bicycle in the cRy, using the celebrated 2; Vm l Plank Road Tire*. Corbin Brake, ate. Choice line to select from; don't let this special i per cant discount offer go. but get your bicycle no*. The Occidental, MM Pasada...
PRESIDENT BAER . AT OCCIDENTAL , » Warm Welcome Extended to New Head of Highland Park's College [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
PRESIDENT BAER . AT OCCIDENTAL , » Warm Welcome Extended to New Head of Highland Park's College Dr. Baer arrived on time on Friday p. m. and addresses of welcome were extended to him in the evening at the Hall of Letters by each class of both college and academy. In which the students pledged to him their love and fealty. After a line address delivered by him. In which he gave the watch words Christ, Co-operation and Conquest, adjournment was made to the library where a pleasant social hour was spent. On Monday evening the faculty were Invited to the bouse of Dr. Young to meet Dr. Baer Informally and give him an opportunity of becoming acquainted with the working force of Occidental. If enthusiasm foretells success, that displayed by both Dr. Baer and the students speaks well for the future of Occidental, even If their first meeting together was on Friday, the thirteenth, vTrtch might dismay the superstitious. Owing to the Indisposition of Dr. Baer he was Unable to be present on Tue...
EBELL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
EBELL NOTES. The Highland Park Shell held Ha session as usual on April 17th In the Wood Hall with the President In the chair. The nominating committee requested all members to hand In next week, lists with their choice of officers for the ensuing year. Mrs. Trask Invited the club ladles and their house guests to a social function at her home, 5026 Echo st. on Wednesday the 25th, at 2 p. m. Miss Elizabeth Kenny favored the club with a most Interesting talk on “California Laws for Women and Children.” Next Tuesday morning "Current Events” will be the subject for discussion under the leadership of Miss Prances Robinson. A box luncheon will be served In order that all may be on hand for the address on “Egypt,” by Mr. Ostrander, who has traveled extensively In that interesting land, and who has kindly promised the Arts and Travel Section this treat. i ' ■. » ALL SAINTS' SERVICE TOMORROW Bishop Johnson called the clergy of the" Episcopal chllrch together on Thursday morning for a conferen...
ELEPHANT FARM FOR THE ARROYO. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 21 April 1906
ELEPHANT FARM FOR THE ARROYO. The climate of South Pasadena has been found to be exactly fitted for ostriches, and it is urged that an elephant will thrive in the same climate. Mineral Park, a densely wooodel section inf the A n ovo near Highland Park and the ostrich farm, is a natural jungle such as elephants have a fondness for, and it is large enough to accommodate a herd of 200 or 300 anl mals. If the project which is now being pushed goes through, the land will be acquired and surrounded with a strong stockade. A supply of elephants will be purchased in Europe and the natural increase, after the herd has reached the proper proportions, will be sold to public parks and gdreuses.