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pAGE SlX -- KOOKEN, MARTIN 0u Recall ERN. OOKEN, ROBERT [lltY day ROOKEd, WESLEY (Tag) esters? A HAULT MARTIN ROBERT KUHRTS. GEORGE ARNOLD. PHILIP W. LANGIN. LAURENCE (Navy) I [[~I[ [ [ BANKS, JOHN R. LAWRANCE, PHIL ARTHUR Com~:do~rOm BATHO, RAYMOND (C.G.) LENORAK, .rOE BERMUDEZ, ALFONSO A. LEDESMA, JOE ~k~ The Catalina Islander BERMUDEZ, LIEUT. GEORGE LOPEZ ALFONSO BOMBARD, DOUGLAS LOPEZ ANGEL BORTER, BILL LOPEZ JESS 10 Years Ago" From the Catalina Islander, issue ot January 10, 1935: The Catalina Island Businessmen's Association held their banquet at the Hotel St. Catherine, at which president elect Ralph Heywood assumed the gav- el for 1935. The seasons total rainfall to .date BOTELLO, JOHNNY BOWIE, SAM BOWEN, LI,EI IT. ERNF ST L BRIGGS, GLENN R (Navy) BROOKS, ROBERT (Navy) BROOKS, RUSSELL A. (Navy) BROWN, LIEUT. GALEN USNR BROWN, ROBERT (Navy) BUNTEN, RAY H. BURRO~'S, TOM (Coast Guard) was 8.09 inches. BUTTS, LLOYD ALFRED In this issue Chief of Police Don. CAMERON, LOUIS Alger reports that 165 persons were~ C~PLETTE, AL arrested in Avalon during th/: year of "~kRPENTER, LT. DONALD C. "~ 1934, and that.the court assessed more ~ARRINGTO2q. BANE (Army) than $1,500 in fines. Peter Canli had purchased the shoe repair shop owned by J. M. Flanigan on Catalina street. Ray Wall was in Michigan for a vis- it with his family. Mrs. George Kirk was ia a Los An- geles hospital recovering from a very serious major operation. Joan Johnson was Editor of the High School Sugar Loaf page. ZO Year, Ago From The Catalina Islander, issue of January 7, 1925: In this issue is a photograph of the Santa Catalina Island float which won fifth place in Class A in the Pasadena Tournement of *Roses. Mrs. A. P. Nelson had returned from a trip to Florida. Mr. Henry Boos of Los Angeles had purchased the A. L. McKelvey prop- erty located in the" rear of the cafe- teria on Crescent avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William Wrigley, Jr and party arrived in Avalon, expecting to occupy their Mt. Ada home for sev- eral months. The new residence built on East Ter- race for C. F. Olson of Glendale was completed. Yeartt AgO From The Catalina Islander, issue ot January 6, 1920 : The first quarter of a mile of the three mile board walk extending from Sugar Loaf to the Hotel St. Catherine was completed. Visitors and Islanders turned out enmasse for the masque ball held New Years Eve at the pavilion. The Avalon Chamber of Commerce float received second prize-i.n Class A- a pennant and loving cup-in the Pasa- dena Tournement of Roses Parade. After an extensive enlargement, Franks Lunch Counter on Crescent avenue re-opened for business. The S. C. I. Co. planing mill ~as be- i'Jg enlarged. ----,ON TO VICTOry MAN MA,'DE SUNSHINE.* Cheerfulness doesn't just happen, It's man-made sunshine and there won't be enough to go arotmd unless we all con- tribute our share. This man-made sunshine is made up of lots of tiny rays -- a happy smile; a kind word; a friendly act. ,What the sun is t, nat- ure, are ch,:erful l)erso~zs in the home, at work, or by the wayside. VVe lt we the sparkle of their eye -- the mer,-y ring of their.voice. We are refreshed by their presence. The place to be happy is here. The time to be happy is now. The way to to be happy is to bring joy to others. If you make one person happy each day, in forty years yoi! will have made 14,60() human persons happy- for a little time at least. Most of life's worries are man made. Let's have more man-made sunshine. Create your share by getting the "happy hab- it". --Arnold Glasow. BuY AN EXTRA BOND Worrying won't win--Work ! Put an adlet to work for you. CARSOn, JACK (Navy) CARTER, IVAN CA RTEt ORMON GINRVANTES, BENNIE CHELBERG, JAMES (Marines) CHURCH, ERNEST CHURCH, RICHARD CLYDIg CLARK, FRED COFFIN, MILTON CONRAD, LARRY W. CONRAD, LIEUT. PHILIP C-'ORMANY, JOHN COWELL, HARRISON COW~ELL, CAPT. L. M. CRAIN. LAWRENCE (Army) CRESSMAN, ARTHUR CRIMMINGS, MARDEN P. CUM MINGS, ARDEN DAVID,SON, ROBERT DICKSON, LT. COMD'R. Gr~. L. I~ICKSON, LT. HARRY HODGF ~ DODGE, RAY (C.G.) DONNER. WILLIAM DOWS, JACK D. rNavy) DUGAN, LIEUT. JAMES R. ~VERNET, LT. CHARLES M. ER, LAWRENCE E. ER. LLOYD (Na~,~, EA,DS, WILLIAM EDWARDS, JOHN HENRY FITZGERALD~ WARrr.~ F. FRANKLIN, JOHN (Navy) FROYA, JOHNNY GAGNON FRANCIS JOSEPH GARCIA, 'FRANK GARCIA, JOE GARCIA, LOUIS GARDNER, DON ;ERARD, EDGAR ~IBSON, GEORGE (C~t Guard) GIBSON, JACK F. 'tV~-rmy) GILDNER, HUNCY GILLE~IE, LOUIS A. GINNETT, CHARLES D. GINNETT, CLAYTON C. GINNETT. EARL W. .q~A LES, BENNY LES, JOE ~ IENDI~/ ?,2~ll~ LES, TONIr GOSNELL, CLIFF GOULDING, JOHN ARTHUR GREIG, BILL GREIG, lAMES W. GURASICH, GLORIA WAC GURASICI~ LIEUT. STEVE HALL, CYRIL IRVIN HALL, MARTIN G. HAMBLEN, JEAN HANSEN, GEORGE HARRINGTON, HOWARD T. HARRINGTON, LT. (j.g.) JACK F. HARRISON, LIEUT. EDGAR--C.G. HATHAWAY. SILAS M. HEAD, EUNICE S. (SPAR) ;I1U~NANllF'Z, ANTHONY HI.'R NA NI)EZ, MAGDALENO HERNANDEZ, M ANUF, L HESS. REX HEYWOOD, ALICE LEE (WAVES) HINES. PAUL A jr. (Navy) HODSON, JAMES F. (At?my) HOMAN, ROI~ERT ROMAN Ht!STON. CUYON MACRAE HOWARD, JACK (Navy) HOYT. ROBERT F. IENNINGS, ROBERT JERGENS, SGT. KLAAS jOHNSON, CARL BERNARD JONES, HOMER M. (Nayy) JONES, ELDON (Navy) JONES, CAPT. ROBERT LEWIS IONES. TOM B. JORDAN, JIMMY (Navy) K1SSI.RING, GUS KILGOUR, CAPT. STUART KILGOUR, LIEUT. WILLIAM C. LOPEZ MIKE LOPEZ PASTOR LOPEZ VERNON LOVELL, WILLIAM FRANK LOWEI.L, ELMER ELLWOOD LYTLE, LIEUT. (jg) BOB LYTLE, LIEUT. VICTOR C. (C. G.) MACDONELL, ALLEN A. MACHADO, FRANK MACItADO, JOE (Army) MACHADO, JOE FLOREZ MAC RAE, GEORGE MAC RAE, ROBERT G. A.A.F. MACHADO, RAMON FLOREZ MAPI'IN, DONALD MARINCOVICH, JOHN MARINCOVICH, MICHAEL MARINCOVIC&I, NICK M A R [NCOVICH.VINCENT P. MARR ION, ERNEST MAU. K. H. (PETE) MAYA, CARLOS MAYA, MANUEL (Navvy) MAZUIKA. MARTIN McCULLOUGH, REYNOLD~ McKAY, JACK McSWEENEY, JAMES M. P. MURRAY, DONAL~ E. MOELLER, MERLE M~OOR F~ VIRDO MORICICH, HARRY MURRAY, LF O B. MURPHY, CHARLES PATRICK NELSON. ELDON S. NEVILLE, SAMUEL D. NOLL, HAROLD NUTTING, LT. (jg) ED. B. (NavF) OHLHAUSEN, ALV, IN OI.SEN, WILFRED F JR. ORR, LIEUT (jg) ROBERT OSTOICH, ANTHONY OVERHOLT, LT. MILES (Marint~ PALLAS, AL PAYETTE, JEAb~E R. (Waves) PERLUSS, NORMAN (FligM Officer) PETERS,EN, DICK Navy PHILLIPS, JAMES POTEET, LUCEAN, JR. PRICE, LESTER PYLE, ERNEST L (Army) RAMSEY, JIM RENTON, ARTHUR RENTON, CAPT. MALCOLI~ REYES, JESUS R I:.Y I.:S, .IOtINI.ENARES REYES, MIKE REYES. SALVADORE RICHARDS. MELVIN RIKALO, PETE RIKOLO, SAM RINEHART, SAMUEL RONSON, BILL ROSS, TRUXTON K (U. S. Army) RO VLEY, CLARENCE W. RUTTER, STANLEY Z. SALAMUNOVICH, PETE SCHATAN, M II, TON--N.A.C. SCOTT, LIEUT. COL. BERT, JR. SHILLANDER. RICHARD SIERKS, TED (U. S. Marines) SILVA, .ALVIN (Sea Bees) ~r SHINN, DONALD SHONAFELT, PADL A. (Navy) SMITH, B.O. Navy SMITH, CHET Army SMITH, GENE SMITH, LESTER Jr. Navy SMITH, ROY (Navy) SMITH, HUGH (BUDDY) SMITH. LIEUT. WM. REXFORD 4t .qMITH. IA.PUT. SHERMAN SMITH. StlEFMAN Sd-~. SOTO, ALFONSO M. Sf'RATT, RICHARD SPRECHER, RALPH G. STEVENSON, VILMA SCOTT WAG STONE, DAVID (Army) TAYLOR, GLYNN , THOMPSON, CAPT. HENRY (2. TODD. DONALD TREJO. RALPH TURNER, CAPT. NOEL UPTON, EDWIN H. UPTON. SAMMY UPTON, ROGER, JR. VAN SISTINE, PAUL VALDEZ: MANUEL HERNANDEZ VALENCIA, CARLOS VICKERS, JOHN L. (Navy) VICKERS, RAY THE CATALINA VIDALICH. JOHN VINES, LIEUT. ED VINSON, CARROLL VOJKOVICH, GEOR( WALKER ARTHUR WAI;TON ' CLAUDE ,L WARNEI~, HAROLD , WEGMANN, CAPT. WHELAN, PAUL "" WHITE, BOB "ND WHITE, JACK L~ WHITE, JOHN WHITE, ROLAND C. WI'~4TE, Wm. "~oMMY WILKINSON, WILLACY, JOHN WILI.IAMS, WILLIAMSON, WILLIS. H. M. WILSON, JOHN WOODRUFF, R.-~Y ZELDIN, CHARLES ZELDIN, DAVE ZELDIN, SIDNEY "k l~lled in line of An American casualty S/Sgt. Paul Lobel o: Mass whose rib was the liberation when a from a moving jeep to kiss him. I;atalll]a Stated Meeting: Special meetlngt day night. H. M. STABLE WREST OF BIRD Jim PMOI E 41' IF YOU NEED A New The 114S AVENUE a complete wearing