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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HERALD Local News of Highland Park, Garvanza, Oak Hill Park, Hermon, Mt. Washington, Eagle Rock and New York Valley , NO. 49. VOL. 1, HIGHLAND PARK, LOS ANGELES, CAL., SATURDAY. MAY 19.19DG $1.50 per yeaf; 16c per rno. by carrier.
MUSIC AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
MUSIC AT THE METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday morning at the Communion ’service the anthem will be "Turn thy face from my sins.” by Arthur Sullivan. Mr. Will Knlghten will sing "Light In Darkness” as offertory solo in the evening. Mr, Knighton's beautiful bass voice and expressive singing has made him one of the popular singers of the city and Highland Park people always hear him with pleasure. The evening anthem will be Harry Rowe Shelley's “The King of Love.”
HOME OF ARTISTS TO ADORN OUR HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HOME OF ARTISTS TO ADORN OUR HILLS. C. 0. Sheridan and son, who recently .purchased a lot on the heights of Hampton Terrace, have made' the Plans and are preparing to erect a residence there which will be much different from anything before attempted in Log Angeles. The Sheridans, father and son, are interior decorative artists of much fame in the east, and there Is danger that on account of important engagements which are offered them there, building here may be deferred for a year. But tney are in love with the home spot which they have selected, If the house, as planned is built, it will be about ninety feet long, extended in two wings, with an interior court. The Herald hopes soon to print a view of this prospective home, as our pencil can do nothing toward describing the wide sweep of the artist’s fancy.
MR. AND MRS. WRIGHT ENTER TAIN. « [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
MR. AND MRS. WRIGHT ENTER TAIN. « On Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wright of East Avenue 58 delightfullyentertained a few friends in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carver, who were recently married, and are occupying their new home on West Avenue 55. A pleasant evening at flinch was spent, Mr. Andrews of Monte Vista street and Mrs. O. D. Bennett of West Avenue 56, proving to be the champion players. Elegant .refreshments were served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs,' Chas. Carver, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Brigham, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, Mr. apd Mrs. g. A, W. Carver, Mr. and Mrs Renfrew, iCir. and Mrs. Randall. Miss Winans, Mrs. Sowden, Mrs. Harry Knox.
THE EBELL CLUB. _ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
THE EBELL CLUB. The Highland Park Ebell held the usual meeting In Wood’s Hall, Tuesday, May 15th. After the customary business had been transacted, Miss Robinson very ably led the discussion on current events. Her remarks on Russia being especially interesting. Mrs. Beatty talked on the Chinese question very clearly defining the present condition giving some very convincing arguments against the Exclusion Act. Mrs. Grant touched upon some of the points of common ignorance concerning canals, “Mrs. Jeffrey talked on the menace to Southern California of the Black and White Scale and the gypsy moth that threatens to Invade Southern California as It has Massachusetts, and the means that are being taken lo check their ravages. There will be no meeting of the Club next week on account of La Fiesta, and the following Tuesday the ladles of the Club will hold a picnic in Eastlake Park.
HIGHLAND PARK CHRISTIAN CHURCH CALLS A NEW PASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK CHRISTIAN CHURCH CALLS A NEW PASTOR. The pulpit has been supplied for the past three months by the State evangelizing board. The congregation recently extended a unanimous call to J I. Myers of Downey, Cal,, at which place Rev. Myers made a great record as a pastor, In building up the church, and his resignation as pastor of the church there was very much of a surprise to the congregation and very much regretted. They felt It was a great loss to the church. Mr. Myers is an eloquent speaker and a pastor of great ability. It Is a great pleasure to the congregation to make the announcement that Mr. Myers has moved his family to Highland Park and wlO assume charge as pastor of the church on Sunday, May 20. Everybody come out, bring your friends and give the new pastor a most hearty welcome. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
AUDUBON SOCIETY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
AUDUBON SOCIETY MEETING. The Pasadena Audubon Society, Including membership from Garvanza and South Pasadena, held Its annual meeting In Mineral Park May 12th. A goodly number met early in the day, bringing basket dinners. An address by the president of the society, Dr. Garrett Newkirk, was followed by a talk on “Characteristics of Bird Music,”, by L. Holmes Miller, professor of biology of the State Norma’ School. Dr. Newkirk read an original poem, “Bird Songs of Memory? 1 Mrs. Elizabeth Grlnnell told stories of her "Road runners.” Mrs. Olive Thorne Miller was the guest of honor. President, Dr. Garrett Newkirk; vicepresident, Elizabeth Grlnnell; secretary, B. Scott Way. Ralph Rogers, owner -of Mineral) Park, wag voted an honorary member
SHAKESPEARE BEACH- New and Exclusive Beach for Particular People. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
SHAKESPEARE BEACHNew and Exclusive Beach for Particular People. I Our advertising pages contain an an- ! nouncemont this week of the opening ‘-cf Shakespeare Beach by the owner, I James G. Cortelyou. There is. prob- . ably no better authority on beach propositions in Southern California than I Mr. Cortelyou. He has beep, In the I very forefront of beach development beginning with the opening days cf Ocean Park. . I This is the time of year when wise operators turn their attention tp the [purchase of attractive sites at the ocean’s front,, where within a ;feiW months the whole interest of the people and the tide of travel will be. Every year has shown remarkable \ financial results for Investors in this class of property with only a short time to wait for the profits. We hope to have an article from Mr. 1 Cortelyou’s pen at an early day, del plctlng the history of the spectacular : rise of Southern California beaches j from sand stretches to popular sum--1 roer and winter homes cf te...
OAK HILL PARK [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
OAK HILL PARK On Thursday aveuipg the Oak Hill Park Improvement Association gave its first annual banquet at the residence of Mr. Ralph Rogers. It was successful in every way. The charter members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. T. Talbert, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Maham, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Weil, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs, Paul C. Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Barnes After the Banquet the evening was pleasantly spent discussing plans for beautifying the immediate neighborhood. Oak Hill Park looks forward to great developments In the near future. Mrs. J. R. Weill has returned from a two weeks’ sojourn at Mureietta Springs. The Oak Hill Park Whist Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. H. C. Barnes. Duplicate whist was played, as usual, and a very close game was enjoyed, making the evening very Interesting to all. Dainty refreshments were served in form of May Day fruit baskets. The house was prettily decorated with May flowers. Those present, were Mr....
IN HONOR OF MISS GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
IN HONOR OF MISS GREGORY. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenfield en&gt; tertalned last week at their home In the Arroyo, the guest of honor being Miss Alice Gregory. The affair was a pretty May Day luncheon, several guests being present. The table was profusely decorated with pink sweet peas and ferns, while at each place were small May baskets of pink. Smllax and greenery formed a bower over the dainty table. Games were played, Miss Richardson winning first, while the booby prize fell to Duckle Richardson.
NORTH HIGHLAND PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
NORTH HIGHLAND PARK. The regular meeting Of the New j York Valley Improvement Association takes place at Wenrlck’s Hall Monday evening, May 28th. All should be present. The contract has been let to contractor Fred Potts fdr the grading of Avenue 53 from Aldama to New York street. Mr. Peters will soon harvest a crop of potatoes he planted some months ago, It is presumed, in order to promote the early growth of a car line. E. E. Benneft has taken up a business partnership with Mr. Hanlin on Pasadenaave. L? 1 1 G. H. Puntenney, recent Incumbent as President of The Crescent Realty Co., has on account of the vast amount of business accruing In settlement- of his affairs: engaged a suite of offices In The Bank of Highland Park In order to further facilitate the heavy remittances to the vaults of that Institution, thereby saving expense of expreSsage and guards. The Bangle property, being block 6 of Thompson’s subdivision, consisting of 12 acres lying north of New York street Is being subd...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS The free delivery mall service of Highland Park and Garvanza is very much in need of expansion. A large part of the territory is getting but one delivery per day, and some of our citizens who are within the city limits are not served by the carrier service at all. The three carriers assigned to this office, are delivering to thirteen hundred houses each day, and additional help must soon he had. The large and thickly settled portion of Highland Park north of Monte Vista street is receiving but one delivery, while some of the arroyo streets are receiving none, You can get six flve-cent loaves of bread for a quarter at Shannon’s Bakery, 5805 Pasadena avenue. The Highland Park Ebell met in regular session Tuesday, May 8th, and proceeded to elect officers for the coming year. The ticket met with the approval of the Club and the officers were unanimously elected. Mrs. Osmond was re-elected as president; Mrs. Ritchie, first vice-president; Mrs. Beatty, second vice...
NEW YORK VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
NEW YORK VALLEY. Willis Shrode and family have moved to 114 Latrobe street. Carl Geist of 1337 Palmer street has moved to Milwaukee street. Allan Lewis did not go to Fernando, because the wet weather was unfavorable for crops. Chas. Wenrlch, W. C. Topham and families were pleasure seekers at Wilmington and San Pedro last Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Keese, of 529 Xew York street, expects to leave about June Cth to visit a sick sister in Dallas, Tex., and then to her son and family in Chicago. The grading camp 'Which started to grade the Highland P,ark tract, but which had to stop cn account of wet weather, has moved back t0..,, epmmence again. Mrs. Robbings and daughter, lately of Fayette street, but, now of 311 N, . Grlfin, was visiting friends In the neighborhood. ' Allah Lewis was visiting friends in Santa Ana last Sunday. R. W. Wright has almost completed his cottage, at corner of Selma and Julian streets. Miss Fae .Vanlandlngham of Santa Ana, has written friends to ss£ that she Is well p...
HO! FOR NEW YORK VALLEY IN VESTMENTS! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
HO! FOR NEW YORK VALLEY IN VESTMENTS! Right now is the time to Invest in New York Valley property. The new car line will undoubtedly be built within the next 12 months. I have also just completed and put before the City Council a petition to grade New York street. This being a 100 ft. 'street_U is bound to be the key to the valley! * invest right now. I haye a few choice lots on New York street at $6OO, $550 and $OOO, which will be sure to double in value as soon as the street grading la done. Here la finding money. A 6-room house rented now for $lO per month, lot 50x200, on New York street, south front, house Is in rear of lot. Another" one can be built in front, and rent for $l2 a month any time. The owner wants to sell and will sacrifice for $llOO, part cash. Right here is one of the best investments in Highland Park today. Here Is another one: 50x100, close to Pasadena ave., on New York street, for a short time, $O5O. I have a fine corner in the Lewis tract No. 2 for $5OO. Also ...
OUR BARGAIN LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
OUR BARGAIN LISTS. Fine corner three blocks from cars, street work done; best view In, Highland Park but not a bluff lot. Your own terms and only SBSCL Good inside lot 50x110, street Improvements made; $9OO. Lot 50x200, two fronts; good Income property; terms to suit at $1260. For one week only 80x100, fine view, $770 cash. Best buy In Garvanza, 50x143 to alley: street work paid; $lBOO building restrictions; $lO5O cash. Good corner on Avenue SO; inside, lots in same block are $l5OO. Can have this for few days on account of street work for $l3OO each. . Modern 4-room bungalow, near cars, good mountain view; easy terms, $l6OO. Good 2-room tent house, 50-foot lot, grand view, rents for $10; see this $750. - HOME REALTY CO.. Both Phones. 5950 Pasadena Ave.
Helping Oat. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
Helping Oat. with an exclamation of delight the hardened tourist rushed out on the baggage platform and started to smash his trunk with an ax. “Hold on!” shouted the baggage man. "Are you cgtzjp" ' “Not at all," replied the hardened tourist as he continued to smash. “1 read that baggagemen were overworked ■t tWs season, so 1 thought 1 wonld ■mash my own trunk and save you the trouble.* 1 \
lUklx A Name tmr HIBMII, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 19 May 1906
lUklx A Name tmr HIBMII, A New York business man says that be once bad ln„hla employ as office boy a lad named Magillicuddy. Noturally enough this youagster received so many Joking references about hb name from bis fellow employes that be became extremely dissatisfied with It So when he applied for a place under | another employer In the building be evidently decided to bestow a new name upon himself. When the man to whom he applied asked his name the boy replied: .— "Robert Recapitulation.” "That’s an odd name,” said the man, after having the lad repeat It several- times. The boy looked surprised. “Haven’t you beard of Gen. Recapitulation?” be asked. ’ “.No.” “Why, bis name Is In all the reports In Mr. Blank’s office."—Woman’s Home Companion. Omlnoua. The elderly cannibal greeted the new missionary warmly. "Jackson?” he said, with a vigorous pressure of the bumf “Surely not K. Hooker Jackson, third?" ‘ "Yes." said the young Ulan, beaming. “Y'es. The same." "Then it will Interest yo...