The Pasadena Daily News ran stories about Pasadenans at seaside and mountain resorts in August, 1909. It gave the paper the opportunity to print lots of local names and perhaps gain more readers.
surprising how many mountain resorts were filled, one of which was
Strains Camp near Mt. Wilson, pictured here.The paper wrote, Indian Day,
one of the most unique events on the mountains, will be celebrated next
Thursday on Mt. Wilson, when the guests of the hotel and Strainss and
Sturdevants camps will join the celebration and become Indians for the
time being. The guests will all doff civilians garb for the blankets,
moccasins, beads and finery of the noble red men of the forest and
The paper listed names of all the arrivals at the camps.
Some we recognize were Miss Alice Coleman [the musician] and her
mother, Mrs. Theodore Coleman. Also from Duarte, my relatives, Miss Ida
May Shrode, and her sister, Miss Mary Ellen Shrode.How to change your
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is how I have done mine.The guests of Switzers camp are living off the
fat of the land. Yesterday, they had venison prepared in many ways as a
result of the skill of Guy Bisbee of Pasadena, who brought down a
120-pound buck in the West Fork of the San Gabriel.
Switzers camp had a narrow escape when they shot a large buck. The
wounded buck prepared to charge them with its antlers arrayed until a
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Meyers of Pasadena and a friend were hiking in Bear Canyon when a
coiled rattlesnake struck at him without warning. They killed the snake
and discovered its rattles were missing.More than 80 standard commercial
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someone else had stunned the snake and cut off the rattles but the snake
had revived and attacked Meyers.
A tennis tournament was held
at Sturdevants camp. Also at Sturdevants, The regular weekly hop will be
held and several 500 and euchre parties are also planned. One of the
largest groups was Rev. and Mrs. Charles Kent of Monrovia who were
chaperoning thirty members of the Epworth league of the Monrovia
Jaquays, the 20-year-old daughter of Laurie
Jaquays-Semo of Taberg and Mike Jaquays of Sherrill and a class of 2011
graduate of the Camden High School, heard there was a study abroad
opportunity in Turkey as a freshmen at Niagara University. The
possibility of the trip intrigued her.
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interested in different cultures in the world, and I thought the trip
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the cost of the trip appeared prohibitive. Thanks to a contribution by
grandparents Allen and Irma Jaquays of Sherrill she was able to fund her
travels, and her Aunt Laura Fawley of Taberg added to her spending
money fund by holding a candy bar sale fundraiser. But before Jaquays
could head out on her adventure, she first had to spend a semester in
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class taught by Turkish national Dr. Mustafa Gokcek at Niagara
She wrote a research paper on Turkeys involvement in
World War II, and the class was visited by another Turkish professor,
who taught them some of the language. They also had to attend four
events outside the classroom, and Jaquays went to the nearby Turkish
Cultural Center in Buffalo for a cooking class and a coffee night, saw
the movie Turkish Passport about the countrys role during the Holocaust,
and went to a lecture by a speaker who had written a paper on Sufi
religious practices in rural Turkey.
Clintons gifts from King
Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz C which included a necklace, bracelet, earrings
and a ring C were by far the most expensive items among the hundreds of
gifts given to US officials in 2012.
A complete list of the
gifts received last year, as well as a couple dozen from previous years,
were disclosed by the State Department on Thursday.
gift-giving continues a long-held tradition of international diplomacy,
in which dignitaries show their appreciation for one another by
exchanging artwork, jewelry, electronics and other presents.
of the items are required to be donated to the national archives,
though a few may be bought by the recipients. The Hill newspaper first
reported on the gifts.
In addition to her jewels from Saudi
Arabia, Clinton also received wine from Algeria; a two-piece bronze
sculpture of a red chili pepper from Singapore; a cuff bracelet,
necklace and earrings from Kazakhstan; caviar and a wool carpet from
Azerbaijan; Cognac from Russia; and gold, sapphire and diamond jewelry
worth $58,000 from Brunei.
Among President Obamas gifts were:
Christmas mugs, coffee, and steak knives from Brunei; a basketball
autographed by Chinese President Xi Jinping; a silver figure
representing [an] oversized coffee bean from Colombia; a leather wallet
and tote bag from France; a porcelain vase decorated with images of the
White House and Kremlin from Russia; a chest of liquor and a Coca-Cola
bottle decorated with beads from Mexico; and a 41-inch saber from
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