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Ideally, take time every day or two so you don’t miss new people. You definitely need to talk on the phone with potential dates before meeting them. You’ll likely run into a lot of “frogs” before your prince or princess shows up.
City of Huntington Beach Scanned Historical Documents (in Adobe PDF Format) Click on the Filename to open these Adobe PDF files. Huntington Beach News A copy of a page from the Huntington Beach News of June 12, 1914, talking about the upcoming dedication of the new municipal pier, and providing detailed statistics regarding the pier. Huntington Beach Will Soon Have a Complete Sewer System A copy of an article from the Huntington Beach News of July 10, 1914, informing that specifications for a new sewer system have been prepared. A copy of an article from the Huntington Beach News of Nov. Huntington Beach Pier, Union High School, oil derricks, “Helene Home”, Huntington Beach High School.
Coast Boulevard Soon to be a Reality A copy of a newspaper article from 1914 describing an Orange County Board of Supervisors resolution to seek bids for the new Coast Boulevard. Huntington Beach News A copy of a page from the Huntington Beach News of January 16, 1914, with two articles with the following headlines; “ Water Rates Hearing” and “ Planting Lemons Here”. Huntington Beach Company, Anthony Tovatt, Johnson, Holly Oil Company, So Cal Refining Company, oil fields.
State Railroad Commission, Huntington Beach Company. Huntington Beach News – June 1914 A copy of a page from the Huntington Beach News from June 1914 with several short article blurbs including ‘Twenty-One Building Permits Last Month’, Employees of L. Ol’ Huntington Remembered A newspaper article the Huntington Beach Independent from April 26, 1981, describing some of the early history of Huntington Beach, and a book entitled “Huntington Beach: An Oral History”, compiled by the History department of California State University at Fullerton. Legendary Americans – Henry Huntington A biography (source and date unknown) of Henry Huntington and his influence on the development of Southern California and the city of Huntington Beach, which bears his name.
Men, she says, often turn out to be looking for a caregiver or “a nurse with a purse.” Vicki Lionberger of Tustin summed it up well. She sent her photo and information to six of these men, dated them over the course of seven days, closed the site after one week and, a year later, married Patrick Kersey, the sixth man on her list.
In 2003, she was 51 and believed she couldn’t meet quality men in Orange County without some assistance. She says, “It’s truly important to be as honest as possible and be true to yourself on what traits are important to you. Right is out there waiting.” But as an aside, she adds, “”Don’t forget to share the time, place and name of the person you’re meeting with your friends and family for your personal safety.” Brenda Karstens Dodd of San Clemente offers what you need to know about online dating. You have to be committed to taking the time to weed through a lot of profiles.
It may be faster to save these files to your computer and then open them. It traces the history of the area from about 1901 to about the mid-70’s. It contains brief notes, by month of significant Huntington Beach City Council meetings, from 1909 through the 1960’s.
The book is “Huntington Beach, An Oral History”, and is 180 pages of photographs and interviews with 50- to 70-year residents of the city, including J. Old Huntington Remembered An article from the Huntington Beach Independent of April 26, 1981 describing a new book compiled by the history department of the history department of Cal State University Fullerton. The second event was an earthquake that took place on March 10, 1933, again causing wide-spread damage to buildings, homes, schools, etc., and causing 119 fatalities.To search this page, click on Edit, Find on your Browser menu bar. Mac Leod and Barbara Milkovich A 4-page document on the history of Huntington Beach dating from 1784 to the late 1980’s. Huntington Beach Historical Notes This is a 24 page document of historical notes of Huntington Beach. Other articles on the page relate to the following stories, “Free Methodists May Hold World’s Conference Here”, “Another New Industry for this City (steam laundry)”, and “Fourth of July was Quiet Day Here”. 27, 1914, describing how more sugar beets were grown here than in any other county. Huntington Beach Result of Dream Newspaperman Had This is the first in a series of articles written for the Register on the early history of Huntington Beach. Also see 070809-2.“Our Home Town” 1995 Calendar A calendar from 1995 containing historic photographs (with descriptions) of Huntington Beach dating back to the early 1900’s. Stanton, Pacific City, Huntington Beach Company, Red Cars, Pacific Electric Railroad, Tent City, Gospel Swamp, Holly Sugar Company, Ed Manning, Main Street Pier, Standard Oil Company, Encyclopedia Britannica Company.
Some of these files are very large and take a long time to open. Manuel Nieto, Rancho Las Bolsas, Abel Sterns, Shell Beach, Isaac Hickey, Santa Ana – Newport Railroad, Philip Stanton, John Anderson, S. Finley, Pacific City, Henry Huntington, Pacific Electric Railway, Methodist Resort Association, William Newland, Charles Warner, Tom Talbert, Huntington Beach Company, Ed Manning, C. It was compiled by Connie Bauer and edited by William Reed. This 3-page article was written on March 8, 1923, and describes the dream of George Mc Phee, city editor of the Weekly Blade of Santa Ana, of building a town in an area that he called the “Willows Peatlands”. Civic Center, Red Car, Meyer and Sundbey’s Department Store, Country Day School, Security Pacific National Bank, the Pavilion at the Huntington Beach Pier, the Standard Market. The Growth of a City 1904 – 1922 A 2-page article from the “Seacliff Breeze” describing the growth and history of Huntington Beach from 1904 – 1922. Huntington Beach History Notes A 13-page conglomeration of Huntington Beach historical notes compiled by City Clerk Connie Brockway.Slater Family, Preston Family, Morse Family, Huff Family, Gothard Family. Huntington Beach News A copy of a page from the Huntington Beach News of June 1914 describing several events and activities that occurred in the city. Oil, Huntington Beach Library, Huntington Beach Playhouse, Newland House, Bicentennial Events, Ed Manning, Slater Family, Preston Family, Morse Family, Henry Huntington, Huntington Beach Pier.