1924: Comings and Goings

From the Redwood City Tribune

Feb. 4, 1924: “Dr. T. K. Miller of this place [Pescadero] is reported to have rented Mrs. Roy Johnson’s home, formerly the Yellow Moon Tearoom in Half Moon Bay, with a view of locating his practice in the coastside town to the north. Dr. Miller came to Pescadero from Lathrop a year ago. Since that time he has been identified with the Pescadero community, the Boy Scouts and the Odd Fellows. Mrs. Miller has purchased the books of the circulated library in HMB conducted by Mrs. Johnson.”

Jan. 25, 1924: Phillip Hoffman, recently discharged from the United States army, has established himself here as a cabinetmaker and general mechanic….Claude Scott was in town from the Gazos mills Tuesday. He reports great progress being made to get the lumbering operation under way.

Jan. 11, 1924: Paul Smith editor of the High School Carnelian has returned from a Christmas stay with his mother in Oakland…H. Phillips, proprietor of the New Pescadero Inn, made a surprise business trip to the city Tuesday…A. E. Rease, proprietor of the Emporium , the Mainn street garage here, is suffering from a serous attack of lumbago…

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