House Of Harlow

15 Dec 18

Here’s who ruled the film, music and fashion industries this year.

15 Dec 18
Pale Writer

Hattie McDaniel, born on the 10th of June 1893, is one of the most famous black performers to ever live. She was born in Wichita to former slaves, Susan and Henry McDaniel, and was the youngest of their thirteen children. She began songwriting, and performing in her brother’s minstrel show when she was a teenager, […]

14 Dec 18
Dec. 13, 1918 S.A.T.C. men at the university will remain if they are employed The Students Army Training Corps at the University of Redlands will be mustered out tomorrow and a large number of the men will leave for their homes. Many of the boys, however, will remain if they can secure employment during a few hours of each day and on Saturdays. Yesterday the following list of those desiring work, giving their qualifications, was compiled and any persons who can employ one or more of the boys are asked to call the university, Main 991. The list follows: H.D. Beckley, Barracks: Bookkeeper, posting machine operator, bank work. Archibald Bell: orange groves, expert in irrigation. Wants regular work in afternoons, from 3 p.m. and on Saturdays. B.M. Bennett, Reavis Hall: window trimming or any day work; afternoons and Saturdays. Francis Blowers: Ranch and mill work, or any other work, on afternoons and Saturdays. Wm. Buck: Any kind of work. O.D. Bowles: Any kind of work. B.W. Carpenter, Reavis Hall: Chauffeur, gardener, stenographer; has typewriter; afternoon and Saturdays. Oliver Cummings, Barracks: Clerical work, typewriting, shorthand, or any kind of work; afternoons, evenings and Saturdays. Lewis Downer, Reavis Hall: Driving Ford, work in cannery or any kind of work; Wednesday, Thursday, Friday afternoons and Saturday. Albert Frank, Barracks: Chauffeur and general machine work, or any kind of work. Fred B. Ford, Reavis Hall: Ranch work, news reporter, or any kind of work; afternoon and Saturdays. Milton Gair, Reavis Hall: Willing to do anything. Afternoon and Saturdays. (Editor’s note: Milton Gair, who was born in Illinois and graduated from high school in San Diego, stayed at the University of Redlands after the Students Army Training Corps was mustered out, graduated from the university in 1922 and became a prominent businessman in Redlands. Old-timers will remember Gair’s men’s clothing store at 110 Orange St. and later at 11 E. State St., where LeRoy’s is now. Both stores had a water fountain for dogs built into the outside wall. The one on State Street is still there, near the entrance to LeRoy’s.) John S. Gaines: Office work of any kind, typewriting, or any kind of work. Afternoons, vacations and Saturdays. Bertrand Glover, Reavis Hall: Driving automobile, or any kind of work. Afternoons and Saturdays. D.C. Grover: machinist’s helper, or any kind of work. Duane Hawkins, Barracks: Grocery clerk, general ranch work, work in packing house, or any kind of work. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday afternoons and all day Saturday. Chas. A. Higgins: Work in a store or any kind of work. Afternoons and Saturdays. Geo. F. Kerfoot, Reavis Hall: Picking oranges and lemons, driving a car, clerk in a store or work at anything. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday afternoon and Saturday. Clifford Noyes, Reavis Hall: Creamery work, milk testing, team work, driving car, or any kind of work. Wednesday, Thurdsay, Friday, all forenoon; all day Saturdays. Harlow Powell: Barracks: Clerk in newspaper office; experienced in grocery. Most of afternoons and all of Saturdays. Clyde Randall: Surveying, driving auto, or any kind of work; afternoons and all of Saturdays. Sydney Smith, C.C. Taylors: bookkeeping, night clerk in hotel, ranch wirk, or any kind of work. After 3 or 4 p.m. and Saturdays. Eugene Stuart, Barracks: Ranch or any kind of work. Saturdays. Jacob Slutsk, Barracks: Clerk in store or any kind of work. 7 to 9:45 a.m.; 3:30 p.m. and Saturday. K.L. Tattersall, Barracks: Chemical laboratory, driving truck, house cleaning, work on machines, clerk in store, or work at anything. Every afternoon and all day Saturday. Warren Tinkham, 201 E. Olive: Driving car and care of car, or any kind of work. Monday, Tuesday forenoon; Wednesday, Thursday, Friday after 3 p.m.; all Saturday or night. Ray E. Untereiner, Barracks: Retail clerk in store, or any kind of work. Saturdays and most of afternoons. Vincent Widney, Barracks: Gardening. Willing to do anything: 3:30 to 5:30 every day and Saturday. Geo. L. Williams, Barracks: Drug store, telephone operator or any kind of work. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday afternoons and Saturdays. Everest Zediker: Mechanic, auto and machine, carpenter work or any kind of work. Dec. 14, 1918 Inspiring sight is final review Yesterday Redlands witnessed the final drill and review of the Students Army Training Corps of the University of Redlands. It was on an infinitely smaller scale than others most persons have seen in the past 18 months, of course, but the spirit was there, and it was even more interesting because each spectator felt a sense of particular possession in the khaki-clad men who paraded before them. One could not but feel a deep sense of regret that the city is to lose them as a military unit. They are a fine lot of fellows, these student-soldiers lads, strong, vigorous nephews of Uncle Sam, full of confidence and with eyes looking straight forward into the sky of hope and faith. The impression upon one who stood and watched yesterday afternoon is deeply imprinted and will not be readily effaced. But one who saw and whose heart swelled with pride, and whose throat, perhaps, felt a grip, and whose eye, perhaps, grew softer, may ask not only it it is not a fortunate city that can claim such lads, but also, if, all over the great nation, there has not come a realization of what the war just closed has meant and a resolution that America will do her full part to insure the future peace of the world. The review was complimentary to the president of the university, the university trustees and faculty, the mayor and the city trustees and the Redlands Chamber of Commerce. There was a large crowed present to witness the final formation of the corps. The stands were well filled and automobiles lined the parade ground, which is really a parade ground only when it isn’t the university athletic field. Lt. Col. E.S. Cooke, commander of the corps, and Lts. A. Cunningham and Guy Herbert are to be congratulated upon the success of the review yesterday. One would scarcely believe that a condition of training so near the acme of perfection could be obtained in a period of less than three months. Today the members of the corps are being mustered out of the service and quite a number will return to their homes. The demobilization will probably not be completed until late this afternoon.
14 Dec 18
Team Stein

If you’re planning on being in the Yorkshire area for the Christmas holidays, then here is a list of ideas for spending a few hours or all day out the house, to break up the much needed rest days at home over the festive period. Stockeld Park near Wetherby~A Christmas Adventure Fancy trying out Nordic […]

14 Dec 18
Side of Kail

I love Texas. The delicious juicy BBQ, bright lively neighborhoods, and of course–the weather.  So when I had a free week to head somewhere warm, Dallas Texas was at the top of my list. I’ve been before (and loved it!) but if you’ve never been, let’s talk about what to do in Dallas.  Eat Big  […]

14 Dec 18
I'm All About Books

Women’s fiction/Suspense Date Published: November 19, 2018 Publisher: Harlow Hayes Books   The night of Christmas Eve changes everything for Rhema Clark, a 36-year-old housewife living on quiet Sugar Lane. One day she is hosting a birthday party for her 9-year-old son, Julian, the next she is watching her neighborhood become the backdrop for the […]

13 Dec 18

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13 Dec 18
Archy news nety

MOUNT CLARE – The Christmas Open House of West Virginia Heritage Crafts has allowed members of the organization and members of neighboring communities to come together and celebrate local craft trades. The open house, located in the Quiet Dell School and Museum, featured live music from the Barbershop Bluegrass Band, drinks, a rotating demonstration and […]

13 Dec 18
News Exc Celebrity

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Tory Brexiteers and Remainers traded bitter recriminations today after Theresa May survived a dramatic no-confidence vote. 

As the smoke cleared after the extraordinary coup bid, Iain Duncan Smith confirmed that he was among 117 MPs who voted against the PM.

The former Cabinet minister said the revolt by more than a third of the Parliamentary party, which used his office as a base, had ‘sent a message’ that Mrs May needs to change tack on Brexit

13 Dec 18
the who.wear.what report

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13 Dec 18

Crisis? What crisis? Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest Denis Diderot 1 The United Kingdom during the 1970s experienced the best of times with the lingering aftermath of the swinging sixties and the worst of times, which included its infamous winter of discontent. […]

12 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

THERESA May is on course to win the leadership challenge against her after she revealed that she wants to stop before the next parliamentary elections. At least 186 Tory MPs pledged to support them. After the end of the polls at 20:00 clock, it went on, and the result was expected at 21:00 clock. Getty […]