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EBELL CLUB RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
EBELL CLUB RECEPTION. On Friday last Mrs.P. E. Trask held a reception for the ladies of the Highland Park Ebellyat her beautiful home it 5020 Echo street. The parlors and lining room were artistically decorated in pink and white, the club colairF. The color scheme being carried out, in carnations and sweet peas. During the afternoon Mrs. Slickney and Miss Horton gave Vocal solos and .Miss Young several Instrumental selections which were generously applauded. There was a contest of twenty questions. answerable by the names of pqpnlar magazines. Mrs. Osmond, the president of the club, won the first prize, a handsome burnt leather magazine cover, and .Mrs. Douthlt won the Koodoo prize, a I beautiful, handsome hand-painted china plate. 1 After the contest, dainty refreshments were served. -Mrs. Trask was assisted ?by Master Trask and Mrs. T. E. Machln. ““Among those present were: Mrs. Osmond, Mrs. Hood. Mrs. Slickney, -Mrs. Packard, Mrs. Yoakum, Mrs. Sir.ionds, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Jeffrey...
MRS. KNIGHT SURPRISED. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
MRS. KNIGHT SURPRISED. A very pleasant surprise party occurred at the home of Mrs. S. Fred Knight, 6175 Pasadena avenue, Monday evening, the occasion being Mrs. Knight’s birthday. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. Packard, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joslyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Knight. Mrs. Botsford, Prof. P. K. Lusk, Miss Carolyn and Gertrude Knight.
OAK HILL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
OAK HILL PARK. Sunday, Mrs. J. B. Weill entertained Mr. and Mrs. D. Levy and daughter at her beautiful home. Monday, the Oak Hill Whist Club meets at the home of Mrs. Jas. H. Goodhue on Adams Heights. The evening was especially enjoyable being a surprise on Judge Cowles, father of the hostess In honor of hU birthday. After the game a very dainty supper was enjoyed, one feature being an Immense birthday cake, brilliantly lighted, with 68 candles. The Oak Hill. Park Improvement Association held Its regular meeting' on Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. Clark Mahan: six applications were presented for membership. The plans for a club house were discussed and Oak Hill Park -tools for a club house of artistic appearance shortly. This will be built upon the grounds presented as a gift to the Association through the generosity of Mr. Ralph Rogers. Mrs, Clark Mahan gave a party Saturday afternoon In honor of her daughter Marcellas, eleventh birthday. A number of games were enjoyed. Ref...
Laundry Agency. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
Laundry Agency. Troy Laundry agency at the Arroyo, 5711 Pasadena avenue. Telephones East 1899, Home 39312, Laundry collected Monday and Wednesday. Delivered Thursday and Saturday. ‘ FOR SALE—Several new modern cottages, half block of car line at reasonable prices. Phillips Afc Ferguson, Pasadena and Avendb ,s7v
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENINGS Chester McBurney of 317 West Ave. 52, has gone to San Diego for a few days wlih Miss Jean Cady. of Kilbourn, Wisconsin. They will return this evening. Miss Cady is an accomplished lady, who with nearly all eastern visitors is in love with California. We have sole agency for the finest half-acre in-the New York valley ; high and level. This is a sure enough bargain at $1160; $6OO cash will handle it. Highland Park Realty Co., 5928; Monte Vista St, Phones East 983, Home 30207. FOR SALE—New and clean grocery stock at the corner of Washington street and Avenue 54, with lease of building. Good chance for business, new car line and post office needed here. The Rev. W. A. Martin of South Dakotah will preach op Sunday morning next at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, . ;. . If you want a new well-built 8-room house, fir%t-clas.g in every particular, within one block of Monte Vista st. On well improved let 50x150, street work included, for $3750, call on Poor &am...
BANNER REAL ESTATE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
BANNER REAL ESTATE CO. No. 5807 Pasadena Avenue; Home “39213, Sunset East 1005. Open for business evenings. Call and see us. Have |4ofto tfl loan. ’ t Four-room house, lot 50x200, $950. Terms. Five ■ room house, lot same size, 51100. Rents-for $lO per month. Good terms. Good lot on good street only ssss, Choice-view lot only 5375. Business lot, store room and office, $l3OO. Term*. i (Four-room house.* lot 40x140, $llOO. l ot in West Highland Park. $l5O. A choice lot on Avenue .81, bargain. A good lot 40x140, wltk wood tq burn, ohly $7OO. %. X | t ,» I • ■s%»*...
„ feHTORMIS Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
„ feHTORMIS Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. GAMBLING AND HORSE RACING. MOST if not quite all the States have laws against gambling, and the laws apply to all kinds of betting on games of chance and on horse racing. But the laws have not been rigidly enforced. The Western Union Telegraph Company until recently maintained a bureau of racing news, which supplied to all Who paid the price the result of horse races on all the tracks In the country. This news was sold to what are known as pool rooms. Now a pool room Is not a plaee where the game of pool is played with a cue and balls, but a place where clerks and laborers and messenger boys and other persons of small Income assemble to pool their bets on the result of a race. The money goes to those whose wagers were laid on the winning horse. Demoralizing as pool rooms are ( and forbidden by law. It is difficult to suppress them. Indeed, those who are Interested In horse rnclugdinvc been so Influential that they have secu...
F^SBES) [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
F^SBES) “Msidqiuc,” remarked Pa Junes, TiTa chesty sort of a tone, as he majestically s,lrode Into the happy home and deposited a package on (he dining table, “I think that t have told'’ you on one or two occasions that your lord and mimier was something of up artist! I think that I have mentioned the fact that when it comes to slinging paint the man whom you ami your dear mother led like a lamb to the altar has no peer among the knights of the-smear-. 1 fnl brush! Unless my memory fails me I’think that I have also informed yon "What are you talking atamt. you crazy freak?" demanded the petulant NJa, urging little Fido to recede beyond the hopf range of Pa. "What are you trying to stutter? What nils you this Mine? Where does 1 it hurt you? Why don’t you —' *■ g ."Be f-alin, sweet violets! Becalm!" rejoin d Pa,with a comlc-eending smile. “Don't agitate yourself! This Is no time to work yourself tip Into a spell Of Stjgpl’ul . hysteria ! This is no time to show the-'pretty spirit of t...
WOMEN AND FASHION [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
WOMEN AND FASHION ... Favoritism. Dear mothers, give "the ugly duckling" as much of a chance as is given to the rest who seem "superior." They may not be superior, after all. Even mother-hearts may sometimes be warped a trifle, and set upon the more attractive children to the setting aside of the others at least in a measure. Mothers are less tempted, certainly, to this favoritism than are those of more distant kin and association. But to the mother herself may come a subtle, unrecognized impulse to show more attention to the clever child than, to the comparatively dull one and to give a promlnence to one that shall cast the other into gloomy shade, it is bad enough to "show off”, children In any event, but when, in doing it. parents or friends discriminate openly against onoHjlu favor of the Other, it may be a serious matter, the consequences reaching IjOth ways. . A little-child often sets a good etr&gt; ample when, in answer to the question that ought never in the world t...
DAME FASMIONS DECREES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
DAME FASMIONS DECREES The newest leather belt Is buckled In back. Queen’s gray Is one of the new names for that colorless color. The new Juobalrs are particularly lovely and will have a great run. Brief little Jackets of Irish lace, too, are to be used for evening wear. Leghorn Is dyed In all the modish shades and made up Into soft colored hats. j If a foulard , silk Is on your shopping list, get one with very small fig ures. An all-silk homespun In all the pretty pale shades Is new and will doubtless make many charming summer suits. A dash of bright red velvet ribbon is a French touch seen on many of the hats. A gray suede handbag stamped with white and yellow crocuses is very spring-like. Much deep rose and raspberry is noticeable where the new hats and gowns are shown. Bunches of brown tulle are put under the back brim of any colored hat, to match the hair. Those long armlets that takes the place of twenty-button length gloves are a boon to the economical. Chiffon panama is the o...
De*i|;n for Fitted Bodice. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
De*i|;n for Fitted Bodice. One of the latest vagaries of fashion shown in the shops Is the fitted separate liodice. This model Is In black silk Chiffon, with a yoke of Alencon lace and -trimmings of raspberry pink satin bands and tows. A fischn of the chiffon is bordered with black tulle over white and raspberry pink chiffon. This model offers fertile suggestions for the renovator, whose services are in demand 'twixt seasons. A todloo which has done duty to the disparagement of the. sleeves and yoke can have „ the ungainly portions removed and substituted by a gnlmpeof lace or linen, as Illustrated. Black and white effects are muyh usgrt by practical women, and , frequently Instead of a touch of contrasting color sliver and gold embroidery is used as a smart trljnmlng. Nothtug is more effective for dressy bodices, and. used Judiciously, gold Is superb, although silver Is preferred by many because of Its refinement and greater Immunity from being overdone. . " Americans* Worship of W...
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENfIG ■ ~.. a . – , .—. *iv f-?r . [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
HIGHLAND PARK HAPPENfIG ■ ~.. a . - , .—. *i v f-?r . William Elsey, the New York street real estate operator, reports much activity in that direction since he has completed and filed the petition for the improvement of that avenue. Mr Elsey’s office is at 5715 Pasadena avenue, but he handles a large amount of New York valley property. List your property with W. T. Hancock, Highland den office, 5137 Pasadena avenue. Two million flowers in the Fiesta parade. That's easy for Los Angeles. BOARD—Accommodation at 5622 Pasadena ave. for two or three gentlemen; home comforts. 50-2* Street Improvements are not an expense, but an investment- The -abu»ting property feels the Impulse to rise quickly. FOR SALE—-A good tent with floor. Inquire of Crescent Real Estate Co, COl5 Pasadena ave. The Herald will be delivered by F. S, mail carrier to subscribers hereafter, on tire first Saturday morning delivery. Be sure your name is on oar list. I will do general team work, haul rod; anC sand and plow-...
HIGHLAND GLEN The Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
HIGHLAND GLEN The Churches. Sefvices at the highland Park Chris- ■ tian church each Lord's day. Sunday schooL at 9445 a. m. Preaching at it o’clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. and evening service at 7:3 c. All are cordially invited to attend* Holiness Church.—Sunday school 10 a,m.; Preaching, 11 a.m.; Young People’s meeting. 7 :15 p. m.; evening service, 8 p.m.; prayer meeting. Wed-nesday,-8 p.m. Home prayer meeting, Friday, 2y&gt; m. Rev. Teal, pastor. Church of the Angels. F.piscopal— Vveo4. Rev, Milton 8. Runkle, B. D., vicar. Regular services every Sunday pII o’clock and 3 'o’clock Sunday chool at 9:30 at fan Raphael block, ■or. i \v. C 4 and Pasadena ave. This church is the Bishop's chapel.- Ail persons are welcome to I lie services of this church. Rectory phone 30283. Cumberland Presbyterian Mission, corner of Avenue 38 and Marraion Way. Services, "preaching 11 a. nu 7 30 p. m. every Sabbath. Sunday school*-9; 30 a. m. Prayer meeting, 7 30 every Thursday: Rev. N....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 26 May 1906
Get in and skate Skates at the Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave Skates repaired at the Occidental . Skates traded for second hand bicycles. The Occidental 6023 Pasadena Ave HOME PHOXE 39340 BICYCLE BARGAINS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. Ten Cornell bicycles with brakes; city price $55; our price $45. Six Trumph bicycles with brakes, city price $40.00 our price $30.00. Our Junior “Snell” regular regular $25, our price $20. Our girls' “Crescent” regular $20. our price $15. Six gents’ bicycles In good repair in every detail and are standard makes with brakes, $8, $9, $10. $15, etc. These are exceptional values in used bicycles. Six ladies' bicycles in good repair in every detail and standard makes such as ‘Columbia. Orient, etc., $7.50. $8. $9, etc. Get one of these ladies’ bicycles for family use for they are worth fully double our selling price. We make it easy for you to get an up-to-date standard bicycle, by accepting as part payment your old wheel, or selling ton a new bicycle on the install...