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San Marino Tribune (Newspaper) - December 28, 1928, San Marino, California Paper of the City of San DECEMBER 28, 1928 Will Total to Hand Before New Yearns Day is Said fully anticipated that the Boy will obtain their goal of to build their float for the of Roses on according to recent the full totals cannot be at the present time owing collections which come in from sources and to the fact certain portion of the total has it is generally believed the total amount has been float will be in fhe fan of the parade which is the Scout and with such theme as Trail the k Hoat expected to catch the boys and their sponsors have ki considerable work have high hopes for one of the gentries in their The dty will not enter a float will do so next it at a meeting some months therefore have i honor this city in New Years Day spectacle in Prize Baby Beef Steer as Yuletide This Close 1929 42 in Evenings Not Sufficient to Warrant till a few days before customers at the San Marino curiously questioning side of baby beef that score bedecked With blue festive inquiry we are informed by proprietor of the he has the 1st beef steer from the Los Christmas Stock show to his many customers the families in this beef for last us thar this animal was j ribbon winner of the with his policy of nothing but the best 1 purchased the same for He also added that sold it- Because do not evening service of the Public that has instituted in this it is possible that the opening of the Library during Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to 9 o clock wall be it is present considerable discussion is going on in the various as to thRi possibility an individu ah a and already it is announced that there has been than one generous offer of a suitable site for the Those interested in this are seriously considering the of incorporating a Library Building within a structure which would provide a place for the various organizations to meet and have their social It is realized in ious discussions that this would entail considerable expenditure but the general concensus of opinion is that it would be the only possible for a suitable building to bze made financially of the three will meet sometime in the new year discuss the matter and decide the course of present location of the a room in the Grammar school has been stated that this room will not be available for the as Ions as the school authorities will need the room owing to the continually increasing registration of Ruth Davis is librarian in charge and states the the library room is Open on Tuesdays and Fridays in the afternoons from to 5 and in from 7 to 9. More patronage is necessary to maintain the schedule it is makes her bow to the New Year a feeling of confidence and Much been accomplished in the Vear in preceeding but the opportunities arid duties of 1929 will be even As a residential city San Marino has made tremendous strides during the past year and the types of al well as the high standard of who have come to homes have material for a and happy More and more of this type of residents will come here during the next we Xo perfect conditions of and as well as peace and School Produce Fine Christmas I s The Christmas program which was 1 presented of the J Military I December 21, was exceptionally well attended and provided visitors with i excellent program consisted of orchestral selected recitations a four Robin Hood play entitled Good the cast made of cadets of lections by a well ' ' There were thirty nine cadets easH parts in which was ably enacted and spoke well f the were listed the selected citations and all of which spoke well for the careful training of t joyed by all ended with a where ment was was packed to REQUEST COUNCIL FOR PERMISSION AT with friends city has every reason to be happy and hold out its hand of welcome to old and new as well as prospective residents during 1929. Many of whom wall take great interest irQ i Tribune this opportunity its readers a happy and prosperous and to our beloved city in success and during the ensuing twelve Realtors Suggest Planning J if EARLY NEW OFFICERS ARE FT Fnu Maurice Ver received many m pn H 3 f 1 short one term on the A. G. Short and J. Piatt Brush were given There were OF WEALTHY SAN MARINO MAN RY PFT son of was C. A. Peter son brought up the subject of a town planning commission and that he had been iii conference with Gordon Whitnall and Hugh planning he the conclusion that a sion was for the future benefit of the and a commission have an councilman and city realtor who would be versed in city planning on its The board decided to bring the matter before City Council 3 n early February 11, the board sponsor a dinner honoring of the State Real Estate T in which new members were admitted to the San Marino Realty Board at their monthly session which was held u at the offices of the San Marino St Company last They were a representative of the J. B. a representative of the Ed Company and C. C. manager of Tract No. 2 oi Residence Will the Hugh Evans for M. S. Here The object of the meeting Home For at the Emergency South Pasadena Realtor Board would fnr received when his a great bit him while the two were playing together on the asked to amalgamate for this pur Mr. and Mr. Peterson were appointed to u for the election of officers for the The northwest of this Pollard of the I bids fair to become the Brush Company was elected Mf the erection of large homes Jackson of the to go on at the rate that Hugh Evans vice i have been for the past and Walter J. Miller of the San The latest permit be acino Realty Company as cording to reports for of building is one for to the a 000 for a residence on road two year term were C. A. Peterson for Mr. M. S. of St. Albans a member of the The architecture of this home has State and also on the board of been placed in the hands of Garret the Los Angeles Park Van Pelt Pasadena and P. L. Cowherd of Mirasol chief the contract has been awarded of the Frank Mehne interests 388 Thi and D. Huntoon of Lorain building is to be two ter of the San Marino il
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