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HE APPRECIATES THE PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HE APPRECIATES THE PAPER. Dear Mr. Editor: As a constant reader of your excel lent paper, I wish to express my personal appreciation for your effort in giving us one of the brightest, best arranged, up-to-date weekly periodicals to be found anywhere in this" growing city. In saying this I am expressing not only my personal feelings, bur the general concensus of opinion of those who have expressed themselves in this matter. We appreciate your endeavor to forward the Interests of our rapidly growing suburb, by giving us a weekly digest of matters both of a personal and general character, which helps in no small measure to create in our midst a spirit' of unity and co-operation for the general welfare of the residents of the community. . I feel ycu deserve our best thanks for the able manner you are seeking to sefve the interests of our people, and sincerely pope they will .give you every assistance in forwarding news items that have a direct local bearing, on events transpiring in Hig...
WASHED ITS FACE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
WASHED ITS FACE The Gazette Is gratified that Its old friend C. H. Randall was only temporarily out of the editorial harness. Railroad work has no allurements for a ground In the grain newspaper man. Mr. Randall has purchased the Herald In Highland Park, washed Its face, put new clothes on It, filling it up with a new kind of feed and the paper already reveals the hand of a genius.— El Monte Gazette.
NORTH HIGHLAND PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
NORTH HIGHLAND PARK. Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Stump entertained the members of the “A. F. J.” club at their home 500 Fayette street, Saturday, May sth. The rooms were tastefully decorated with sweet peas and roses and a sumptuous repast was served- A very Interesting program was rendered, conslstlug of music, reel. ; tatlons, etc. Out-door games and a trip to the hills were enjoyed by all. The members of the club present were: Misses Lois Oxnam, Mary Brodbeck, Hilda Trask, Leota Farris, Francis Woo cl, Leota Buell, Helen Woodhead, Gladys. Ritter, Elva Plastrlch. Phyllis Diffenbaugh, Ruby Frost, Lois Wall, Ona Darr, Helen Byron, Allene Chase, Mary Hill, Wllhelmina Rector Maria Short, Irene Macklin, Ruth Caine and Vera Stiles. There were also present Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brodbeck, Mrs. Joseph Wannop, Miss Helen Wannop and Miss, Minnie Taylor. A large crowd was in attendance at last Monday night’s meeting of the New York Valley Improvement Association, which on account of many questions brough...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Harris &amp; Gafth' have, during the week sold twelve lots in the Highland Park Electric tract to home-builders principally. A number ofhomes are to be commenced immediately. This is one of the most desirable properties In the New York Valley, being on the new car line, and Is nicely located. This firm also sold the house and lot at the corner of Monte Vista street and Avenue 55 for Mrs. McCracken, for $3OOO. They are making numerous important sales, and report demand for Highland Park property more active than ever. You can get three loaves of ten cent bread for a quarter at Shannon’s Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue. Mrs. H.:s. Blssell of 124 Rose Lawn Drive has gone to San Jacinto, hoping to Improve her health by .the change. Call up East 13C5 for all kinds of practical gardening. A. P. Hayes of .454 W. Avenue 56 Is Improving his house by a new front, In keeping with other houses of that locality. News? We have It. Sure to be sprung but very gently. W...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Phone Home 39312 Sunset Phone E. 1 57T1 Pasadena aV©. ‘Meet me at the fountain’ OF THE 7 3711 Pasadena Ave Saturday Night and hear the music . " ..And try one of those: —• • • •* Lovers’ Delight S.undae Pepsin Phosphate * , Italian, Creme Smuhw' Orange Pliosphate Chop Sooey Sundae Lemon Phosphate Xut Sundae Egg Phosphate —*7— Occidental Sundae . Egg Sherry Lit Egg Chocolate Plain, Seltzer and Fruit Lemonades If you try one of them, You Will come again , Ice Cream Department \Ve are now keeping Strawberry, Vanilla Ice Cream, Orange and Pineapple Ice, constantly. Deliveries free. Cigar Department •Cigars to suit everyone’s taste v • -■■■*» - - Candy Department Our candies are the best ever. Special this week, Butter Scotch Caramels, 25c lb. A full line of box goods at attractive prices. Music Saturday Night Come One Come All Absolutely Free HIGHLAND PARK HARNESS SHOP F- L. Crawford. Proprietor WE GAURANTEE OUR HARNESS AND SHOE WORK. GIVE US A CALL ,;«V 5719 Pasadena Avenue Highland Pa...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
■« . 5 % To Sell Your Property List it with Us _ Our facilities are Unsurpassed Our experience insures satisfaction to both’buy—er and seller. CARL 0. PACKARD, s*oo£^a£ena_ave^ East 520. Home 39033 Annandale Heights LARGE FULL SIZED LOTS, NOT TOY LOTS Located on Eagle Rock Avenue near the beautiful foothills between Garvanza and Eagle Rock. Nine hundred foot elevation. The lots are-all good size, FIFTY Feet in Width and Good length. Many of them are two hundred feet long. The soil is decomposed granite, rich and free from adobe. :: :: :: :: ;; :: PRICES ARE $lOO AND UP Terms are one tenth down and $5.00 per month. All streets are graded and oiled. Water on every street. :: :: Crites, Myers &amp; Kulli 107 S. Ave. 64 GARVANZA Highland Park Building Company NO CHARGE FOR PLANS OR ESTIMATES ' Phone East 786 5938 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. Highland Park Terrace The finest of the Highland Park Hill Tracts. Inside the city limits between Ave. 50 &amp; 62. Large lots 5...
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
GARVANZA GLEANINGS. GARVANZA herald The ladles helping Mrs. Owen McAleer from Garvanza In distributing clothing to the refugees from the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce in the Baker block were: Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Dexter, Mrs. Bacon, Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Lindsay. FOR SALE—S4SO, nice lot on Elder street, Garvanza; block from corner; easy terms* owner, 116 S. Avenue 64. The ladles of the Woman’s Guild of AH Saints Mission have been holding all day meetings to sew for the San Francisco sufferers. Bring your shoes to Phil Earnest and let him demonstrate the difference between cobbling and expert shoe re- i pairing. He does first-class repairing at as low prices as first-class work can be done for« 111 S. Ave. 64, Mrs. R. H. Lindsay will still receive contributions of clothing to be sent through the Associated Charities of Los Angeles to San Francisco. , Men’s fine balbriggan underwear, Otis brand, best make In the country; only BOc a garment at Garvanza Department Store, 109 So. A...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
W. L. Van Wig Robert Ruedy N Hardware Company Cor Ave 64 and Pasadena Ave ] Phone East 2376 A COMPLETE STOCK Shelf and Builders’ hardware I , V. Stoves, Cooking Utensils, Refrigerators, TIN AND GRANITEWARE PAINTS AND OILS Garden Tools Hose Lawn Mowers Screen Wire Chicken Wi re All kinds of Stoves, including Gas, Gasoline, and Wood or Coal Ranges The Cream of the Foothills 99 Sarvanza rrr^ 2. O f» V so so 4«* SO SO ? 19 20 S* AO 070 ors o 27 25 26 i 24 22 ; 42 * OS'S 1 til so t u R I V. t 77 /a#. 90 3 3 43 77T7 29 , v 30 32 /SO. 31 hi so 9S *1 ts D Ctl I/O x o^VLAP'o&gt;' San Rapaee Terbace Tract Surveyed b / Ts.G.Al.;iler Mountain 3 Ave, 1.. Cfiu/*c'A /A# Located on MOUNTAIN AVENIR. OPPOSITE THE BmtaiHlful CHaMt*o»h qt fft9 A Thoaaands have fallen in love with the beautiful country surrounding this romantically located church. The opportunity is now given to secure a home here. A QitlO'Pf i Office Cor Awe 64 and Pasadena Ave • Vi j General Agent, Branch Office Cor Ave 64 and...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Church of the Angels Heights Near Romantic Church of the Angels In the beautiful foot hills of Garvanza. V Large lots having double frontage, $5OO and up. One block from car line, 5c fare. Just a limited few to be sold. Come now and look them over. Carriage at office. '* ■ -I ' Haynes Realty Company 200 So. Avm 60 Phone East 2326 ■■-■■■■ ■ 1 1 V- !■ Lip pen’s Drug Store • Paoadona Avo and Avo 60 Oarvanxa, Oat Don’t go to the city to purchase Drugs, latent Medicines, etc., when you can savfi time and car ■ fare:- WeseH everything in the above line -at- — ! OMy Prices, Bring us your prescriptions, no matter how difficult they are. Our prescripj tion department is complete. No substitution whatever. You get what your physician calls for.
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. In the death of Mrs. Jane Rutan, this college has lost one of Its most faithful and devoted friends'; .Mrs. Rutan made the first gift for the endowment of this school—a most liberal gift. She gave half of the block on which our Hall of Letters and our Library building stands. She aided In making up our two hundred thousand dollar endowment, with a gift of five thousand dollars, and would gladly have pledged twice that amount If she had felt sure she could pay so large a sum. Mr. David Poe Faries held a reception last Monday night In honor of Mr. . Ernest Pierpont Wieman who leaves for the north Saturday. Mr. Ivey Poole Marshall has been entertaining his brother, Mr. Geo. Ryno Marshall, who Is a member of the Stanford faculty. Mr. Arthur Greeley Paul who edits the “Occfdental” will leave for Yosemite June 15th, where he will finish his special study In geology. Mr. Paul Is well known in Long Beach. Mr. Howard Aig Irwin is at last able to walk around without crutch...
HERMON [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
HERMON Plenty of fog in Hermon this week, Mr. Burdick left last week for his old home state; lowa. We would rather have people come than go. Mrs. Brown and daughter have moved here recently from Eianta .Monica, to gain the benefits of our school. Arthur Boyd has beep very seriously ; sick this week, but Is some better at this writing. Mrs. Charles Bigley was bitten by an ant a few days ago and lost consciousness. They drew the poison out and then she come to. She is all right now. Mrs. Pierce’s sister, Mrs. Hughes, left for her Michigan home Wednesday, the 9th. Her stay here has not Improved her health as she was in hopes It would. A few young ladies were entertained at the Jackson home Tuesday evening, in honor of Miss Jackson’s birthday. We hope she will have many happy returns of the day. Rex. Qualls has returned from his home at-Sa'nger, Cal- He went home with very poor health but comes back feeling real well again. We hear that Rev. J. B. Truland is thinking of building here. T...
A MIDNIGHT PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
A MIDNIGHT PARADE. The annual midnight shirt parade ot the Knights of the Ancient Order ot the Mystic 1 Keys started at 9:30 p. m. May Sth, 1906. After the meeting was called to order by- the Knight High Chancellor, the initiation was proceeded with. This.:.caused a great deal of mirth and laughter. g. The march started from U*e arroyo at 49th’ and Monte Vista, up Moat? Vista to Avenue =52, and then up on Pasadena avenue .till they came ; to Ave. 59, from where they proceeded to go to Hermon and bos Ange)es»‘Free Methodist Academy, where they were saluted by the cries "thank you.‘ "thank you," which seemed all they knew. The spectators saw the Knights lined up'for a block in night shirts and leaders hearing torches, the procession being led by a coffin with a skeleton of one of our beloved Knights. No damage was done except to keep the people In the Park awake until a late hour. The Knights then returned to the Park and had their feed on the Occidental . Campus. They dispersed at ab...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 12 May 1906
Jf “The Cream of Highland Par Exclusively High Grade Residence Property LOCATED On the finest bill site in Highland Park, commanding a SUPERB VIEW of entire Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvanza, Eagle Rock and Hennon. The view of the mountains from this tract is beautiful beyond description. STREET CAR SERVICE This is absolutely the only hill property in this section on the car line, being on the University-Garvan-za line and two blocks from the Pasadena line, 25 minutes ride from First and Spring. Seven minute service, five cent fare. 7767 7TTT 67 J ll 63 77/T 70 *0 73 7776 7A SO \ ; so is. £2 A 39 ~37T Ql «« q *3 y «] ■’“V/ rt] 33 A *£-3 A -J3~ 30 ISfl 46 37 _22_ 36 33 JBL. ST 47 34 43 33 JS_ 31 -22. SO 3/ JOS' i 30 jj so 53 39 g 99&lt;0 , I 5 TERRACE DRIVE S3 _££_ ~so~ i \ 60 AfO/V Tf iSf 3 TA ST TOSS ! 77 i 56 TOO A IMPROVEMENTS be of the'highest class including all street work, terracing the lots, planting handsome palms throughout the tract, and putting in cobblestone retai...