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PALO ALTO PRESS. ISSUED EVERY MORNING VOL. i. PALO AL'l'O, SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CAL., THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1902. NO. 5. APPROACHING CONCLAVE OF KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Immense Throngs Will Come lo California for thc Occasion and Many Will Remain. OUR NEW DEPOT. tbe present one. and will be of stone and in the mission style, with long arcades. It will stand back far enough 10 allow the straightening of University avenue, and (o give an unobstructed view j of tbe Memorial Arch and tbe long As we slated iu yesterday's j"*""'"-"! stretch of Ihe avenue. Press, the proposed new depot is j The evolution of Uie I'alo Alio an assured fool, and ill the very depot has been most interesting. WHAT THE PEOPLE OF PALO ALTO ARE DOING The oilier reason is tbat Palo Alio I Intereiling Items Gathered in And is growing in importance so rapid- ■ .. . _. ly tbe Southern Pacific fs willing Mmai "<e >ovn —* «* tbat we -should bave good sur- University. roti 11 din-;--!. A stone round-house . '■' .ill also be constructed bere. | L0CA|_ ^ j-"-^ ^ Tbe County Board of Education has been engaged for over a week In correcting tbe examination papers of the grammar grades in alt tbe coituly schools. Tbe ex- nminatiou will last another week. Miss 1-lossie Thompson of San Jose is visiting Miss Lois McKen- ale. SANTA CLARA'S OPPORTUNITY i near future we will have n depot buildiug which will be lhe hand- L1 >t-n for several years we had a Mis. Armstrong, who recently! somest aud most unique ou the tiny frame building about 15x20 purchased the cottage on Forest, Said a New York gentleman who;,line_ „ vm. OM of StMtm Slan.; ^ whM |he m ^ ^^ at.d Rmerson strMl- lla,! Brnta* W.lson has gone to San wa here yesterday: -You Califor- for(,.s p,ans to nav? a dejvot al the;e-ect^d We thought it o.iile grand, come from Gilrov and will nlake I'r-nc.sco for a few days, tllan's ont-boora the world, and^ eillrance lo ,he Unlvera..v grounds; and „„e „.,,,, „,,..„.,. aut it; her home here. Santa Clara County oul-booms »": which would conform in archilec-! would Uave lo be moved anyway the rest of California. ! ture to the college buildings, audi now, as it stands directly in lhe Tbat statement may be inade ■ to Ire" made of the same buff sand-; |ille „f the double track which is true, for we bave every thing to j stone. almost completed 16 this point. It make it so, and our booming pro-1 The new building will be erected! is this fact, partly, tbat riecessi- peMSltleTi have a solid foundation to j fiif ilisr back from tbe traek ibau j tates the placing of tie new one. rest upon. But it is going to take j ____________-_^^ ^^^^IS^!Tata^!IMPORTANT BUSINESS MEETING OF ous Boards of Trade throughout1 • the county will formulate a con-; certed plan of action, aud live up -. . • to it, there will be a rich harvest of - , ' * good setUers secured from the in-jT^chew are Appointed and Assitjnments Made—Reports Submitted and Accepted—Officers are flux of visitors tbat will come to Mrs. O. E. French returned yesterday from a week's visit witb San Jose frieuds. Mrs. George A. Clark and two children returned yesterday from I Minneapolis. THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES ^l^S^fe Elected by Board for the Ensuing Year—Schools in a Satisfactory Condition. With an Excellent Corps of Instructors. tbe Coast in August, Wben the I Supreme Lodge of K. of P. meets' hi August there will be at least 75,000 strangers come to San Fran- ... .,..-.„ — dsco There will be a very Urge' At » «*«*»»* of *• "^rd^of !■. P. Jeffers. supervisor of music. number of men'and women among l^bool Trustees Wednesday even- Tbe nd<Htio|lB to the -,ranimar that number wbo will visit differ-' "«* Jn,>' 9th. tbe teachers were 1,^^ „„,„ this year are ylisB cnt portions of tbe State wilh » elected for the coming year. ThejKffieJ Hawkins of Morgan Hill, view to investing iu properly, and i following is a list of tbe teachers | and Mis9 }^Ky Corker of Pa1oAUo. to make new homes. Santa Clara County should secure a large percentage of these, and the town of Palo Alto should receive a generous accession of home-makers. Our Board of Trade has many plans on foot for the reception and entertainment of these visitors, and the people of the town should unite in making them welcome, and in helping lo give a good impression. Every one wbo comes here exclaims with delight over bur beautiful valley, our great University and our progressive town. There will be thousands of strangers here next month, and out of that number we must of necessity gain a good in crease lo onr population. . supervising ■ tbe assignments of * j Miss Hawkins is a graduate from tbe State Normal at Sau Jose, j During the past three years she bos been thc principal of tbe school at Ben Lomond, which position she high school. (resigned to accept a. place here, A. Morris Fosdick, instructor in | Miss Corker is a graduate from history, and fourth year class j the History department of Stanford teacbtr. Bernal M. Hopper, in-1 University. Sbe has taught in the structor in mathematics, physics, j schools of Salt Lake City, Utah, and chemistry and third year class teacher; Mary J. Lackey, instructor in English and second year class teacher; Mrs. Anna T. Wal- chosen witb work: A. Morris Fosdick, principal of schools. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. lace, instructor in Latin and j German,and first year class teacher. Joseph Grin 11 ell, iustru-*tor in botany and zoology. Miss Clara Avery tendered her resignation as instructor in English. Miss Lackey of Palo Alto, who is elected to the position, is a graduate from the English department of Stanford University. She has The pastor. Rev. D. M. Crabtree, will return next Saturday from n three weeks' vacation^) t<-«Kh<J« lhe who0*-* of Helena, Southern Colifornia and will occu- j Msntana. py tbe pnlpit next Sunday. The regnlar quarterly devotional grammar school. meeting of the Young People'*. Mattie B. Hudson, principal, in- Union will be held with the Chris- slnictor in English and reading, tian Society next Sunday uight. aud eigUtb g,aae c*ass ,eacber. Ur. Burcban* or tbe Presbyterian Mrs jalja R j,^ instructor *0 chnrch will lead. arithmetic and drawing, and Choir practice Saturday night at seventh grade class teacher, lhe home of Mr. Mills, 436 Lytton Lucy Corker, instructor in avenue. history aud geography, and sixth The annual convention of tbe grade class teacher. Christian churches .of Northern Effie J. Hawkins, fifth grade. California will begin next Monday *nlght at Garfield Park, Santa Cruz, and continue two weeks. Tbe regular one and a third fare will be given by tbe S. R Co. to all who attend. Roberta A. Thompson, fourth grade. Grace Kirkpatrick, third grade. Mabel Charles, aecood grade, Mrs. Bertha H. Jackson, first grade. Department work will be introduced into the sixlh, seventh-and eighth grades, the teachers having been chosen with special reference to tbe given subjects. Tbe class teachers, however, wilt be particularly responsible for the attendance aud deportment of tbeir respecive grades, and will teach tbe subjects not assigned to the department teachers. The first aud second grades will be provided for In tbe high -school building until tbe completion of the primary school building. The schools will open August 18. The following named were elected to fill office for the ensuing term: K A. La Peire, president; Fernando Stanford, secretary. KlirOKT OF CI.KKK. I herewith submit the following report for the higbscbool term ending June 30. 1902: Balance on hind Julv 1.1901 *I53** 47 Taxes „ 499} 61 Tuition... „. 749 70 BwtaiKP from wilt of old H. S. building.. 65 00 Saleof old ■tore - 1 50 Total 47139 3» DISBURSEUENTS. Ueacher-t -.il.iru-. % Janitor** Mian' Apt.Mr.1U1- Water Ilesk-. Supplies, incidental-*., fuel, etc Balance on hand July 1, 1902 $*"955 00 •****-" o*-w 16 ou 14 75 -J*-"*- 54 **4"W M Total $7139 28 -".7139 a» Total valuation of High School property, 1126,300. The cost of running lhe High School during the pant year has been $4648.94. The total enrollment has li-cen 1:1-9. Tfae a-reragc attendance has been 106. The cor>t per pupil, Imscd on the average attendance, baft been $43.85, or $4.87 a month. Tin- same cost !;isi year,$45,96 per pupil. Tlie •*<)*■ per pupil, based on the average attendance, anil counting intcre-st on the Investment at the rate of 5 per cent is $56.25. or $6.25 per month. E. A. LA PEIRE, District Cleric. Hall's family. The family of K.-L. Crandall left yesterday for a few week's stay at Pacific Grove. Professor Stark has leased the Hnrtlett Cottage, on Gilman street, near Hamilton avenue! Ur. Howard Black will leave Cc- lumbus, Ohio, tonight, and e.x->ccts lo reach home Tuesday of next week. Mrs. Fred 1). Lorton of Sau Francisco came down yesterday to visit tbe family of Mr. Fisher on Oilman street. . Ii. F. Nonis, a former resident of Palo AUo, was on our streets yesterday. His home is now in San Francisco. It is said'that tbe failure of tbe prune crop iu France will make a difference of #250,000 in favor of thc California growers. Archbishop Kiordan will visit Stanford today. He is deidrousof benring tbe grand organ, and Mr. Scott-Brook will give a recital in I herewith submit the following j n" *">■"-*• esK>,::";„pf9rJ^c.sc,,oo, ,ermi % •**-#■> ■* ••-- ••*•• stood in tbe street on Kmerson, near, Lytton aveuue, was removed tbis week. It was a pity to cut down such a large aud finely shaped Balance on hand July 1, I90I ...$!117 60 State fund apportionment 3395 10 County RpiMjrtionni't_ 1979 50 Library api>ortioiim't. 48 50 I'uinagc?. to furniture. ' 1 75 Total $6543 45 DISBURSEMENTS, Teacher-*.' aalancs Janitor's salary Heating plant'. _ Water _ Furniture - Books Stationery, Ktc Incidental." ' Total-i „ Sboruif-c in all dnuU.f 124 40 $396»« 250 t tree, but it was directly in lhe way of the sidewalk. The weather this week has been somewhat warmer, bnt nothing < serious. Ou Tuesday the inercurv lS« j* reached the highest -Kiini of any 147 45 time this seasou- Tbe greatest 170 2s len,l-erature Was 91 'legrees, nud ^ft-? 64 the lowest ou that day 51. On tQffo H, Wednesday tbe highest point was Ho, and tbe lowest 51 degrees. Total $66** »5 *W66 85 Rev. John S. Thomas, pastor of The total enrollment for the year wii, ^ of lbc } Presbyterian 101. The DVL-niuc niiutlaur lH.-Ioti|',n}r , . .-,. ., . ^ cllur-bcsofSanl-rancisco, has-iur- Nainl-cr ol teachtrs (not incluilin,- chased Ibe Gunnison place on Kni- Sui-crinlcnacnt) 6. A-wi-agc numlacr ol baicadero load and will OCC py it pupiU (or each uacaer, 41. ,, a .nmrner residence. Mr. Co« per pupil on arOTge enrollmeal. Tbomts is the ^ o( J-,. mi Mra. t*6.*j. Co*l |wr jwpll, including inter, „ . - ™. „ "«^KU-»lpror«rtr,f-9.6o. Robert Thomail 00 Hoyce avenue K. a. LA PEIH8, "■"' '* ""*" known bere, having Clerk ol tbe Board. preacba-d several times.
|Title||Palo Alto Press 1902 July 10|
|Date of Publication||1902-07-10|
|Number of pages||4|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||W.J. Davis & W. Lewis|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Alto Press|
PALO ALTO PRESS.
ISSUED EVERY MORNING
PALO AL'l'O, SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CAL., THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1902.
OF KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Immense Throngs Will Come lo
California for thc Occasion
and Many Will Remain.
OUR NEW DEPOT.
tbe present one. and will be of
stone and in the mission style,
with long arcades. It will stand
back far enough 10 allow the
straightening of University avenue,
and (o give an unobstructed view
j of tbe Memorial Arch and tbe long
As we slated iu yesterday's j"*""'"-"! stretch of Ihe avenue.
Press, the proposed new depot is j The evolution of Uie I'alo Alio
an assured fool, and ill the very depot has been most interesting.
WHAT THE PEOPLE OF
PALO ALTO ARE DOING
The oilier reason is tbat Palo Alio I Intereiling Items Gathered in And
is growing in importance so rapid- ■ .. . _.
ly tbe Southern Pacific fs willing Mmai "