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PAGE E IGHT AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM Free Transportation To and From Theatre for First Show Wednesday, Jan. 7--Evelyn Brent, Robert Ames, Josephine Dunn, and Ivan Linh,w in "Madonna of the Streets;" a Leather Pusher subject "The Comeback," and a Talkatoon, "Dizzy Dishes." Thursday, Jan. 8--June Walker, Anita Page, Zazn Pitts, Robert Mont- gomery, Marie Prevost and Robert Ames in "War Nurse;" a Mack Sen- nett comedy with Marjorie Bebe and Andy Clyde in "Bull and Bears," and an Oswald cartoon, "Mexico." Friday, .lan. 9--Charles Farrell, Maureen O'Sullivan and H. B. War- ner in "The Princess and the Plumb- er;" Hank Mann in a comedy, "Their Wives' Vacation," and a Screen Snap- shot. Saturday, Jan. 10-:Rober t Arm- strong, Louis Wolheim, James glea- son and Jean Arthur in "Danger Lights;" a George Sidney and Charles Murray comedy, "The Love Punch," arid an Oswald cartoon, "Africa." Sunday, Jan. I1--EI Wynn, Ginger Rogers and Stanley Smith in "Follow the Leader;" Lee Moran in a comedy, "My Harem," and a Graham McNa- mee Talking News. Monday, Jan. 12--Harold Lloyd, Barbara Kent and Robt. Wade in "Feet First;" a Terrytoon, "Dutch Treat," and a Screen Song, "Yes, We Have No Bananas." Tuesday, Jan. 13--Gilbert Roland, Barbara Leonard and A. Korff in "Men of the North;" a Billy House comedy, "Oh! Teddy," and a Sound News. Wednesday, Jan. M--Richard Crom- well, Joan Peers and Noah Beery in "Torable David;" a Boy "Friend com- edy, "Doctor's Orders," and a Para- mount Pictorial. MAKE EARNEST APPEAL FOR CHRISTMAS SEAL ,,\n urgent appeal to Avalon mem- bers Jof the Federation of Women's Clubs to rally to the support of the Christmas Seal is made by Mrs. Se- ward Simons, chairman of the com- nfittee on co-operative organizations in the Los Angeles County Tubdrcu- Iosis and Health Association. "Clubwomen realize the growing importance ofchild health work in the prevention of tuberculosis," states Mrs. Simons, "especially at this time of unemployment when nourishing food is lacking for those children who need it most. "This is a crucial time when the co-operation of every club woman is needed. I feel sure that if the seri- Gusness of the situation is realized Avalon club women, as in the past, will put their shoulders to the wheel and see to it that the full quota of funds needed to be raised through the Christmas Seal Sale is reached. So far only fifty per cent of the re- turns have been received from Christ- mas Seals mailed to residents of Av- alon. "If every clubwoman will not only send in as promptly as possible her own contribution for Christmas Seals received in the mail, but also assist in stimulating interest that will re- mind others of the urgent necessity of a speedy response to Christmas Seal appeal, child health work in Av- alon, which includes nutrition, diag- nostic services, x-rays, summer health schools, family budgeting and many other phases of tuberculosis preven- tion can notonly be continued but' strengthened. "Dr. Ira V. Hiscoek, associate pro- fessor of public health in the school of medicine at Yale University, has cited child health work in Los Ange- les County as in advance of that in I School Day Luncheons Healthful a n d Simple Snacks Children Like for Noon Meals WHAT to give Jimmie or Mary for lunch is one of the prob- lems puzzling many mothers of school children this winter. The school child's lunch is usually a hectic meal whether it is eaten at home or at school. In either case it is often a quick snack, an eat- and-run meal. They are too busy or too excited to bother much about food. The problem concerns more than giving them ,the food they like, in the variety they want; it also In- volves giving them what their active young bodies need. Sandwiches, the most popular items in the lunch box taken to school, are best for the child when made with cereal breads, rich in vitamins and minerals. Vegetables, such as baked beans (in a small glass jar) and celery, or celery stuffed with a soft cheese may be packed in the lunch. If th~ child carries a thermos bottle, hot cereal beverage, made with milk, will provide needed nourish- ment. Desserts in the seho6I lunch box may be fresh, canned, or stewed dried fruits. Nourishing coconut cream tapioca, gelatin desserts, wholesome plain cake, ginger- bread, little sponge cakes, cookies and other healthful sweets will be enjoyed at recess time. Sandwich Fillings popular with children, and at the same time con- taining needed health-giving ele- ments, are: Cottage cheese, chopped olive and mayonnaise. Cottage cheese and jelly or Jam. :i::i::::i ,.. ,,., !:i:i:?:: Cheese, mashed and moistened with cream. Pimiento cream cheese. Peanut butter moistened wit} orange juice. Chopped hard-cooked egg, celery and mayonnaise. Egg salad with chopped dill pickle. Coconut, chopped dates, nuts and orange juice. Crisp bacon, cabbage leaf and may- onnaise, with thin slices of sweet pickle. Tuna fish, or salmon, celery, cab- bage leaf and mayonnaise. Cold meat or meat loaf, sliced thin. It is important that the child be iven the following foods every day, not necessarily at lunch time, but in the three meals: 3 to 4 servings of milk. 5 servings of graham or whole wheat bread. I serving of egg. 1 serving o1: potato. 1 serving of unrefined cereal. 3 servings of butter. 1 serving of sugar or other sweet. Additional servings of any of these foods may be chosen. THE any part of the world. That is a trib- ute of which every clubwoman is proud. We cannot afford to allow ourselves to slip back. To be fore- most in child health and protection is the biggest thing that clubwomen can claim to their credit. The work that the Christmas Seal can do must de- pend on the co-operation of club- w(?nlen. "Inquiries may be made at the Los Angeles CountyTuberculosis and Heahh Association headquarters, 132 West First Street, Los Angeles, phone Mutual 48A6." --:O:-- AVALON Catholic~St" Sunday Masses, 8 day evening devotionS, day mass7:00 a,.m; , Christian A Branch of Th, The First Church in Boston, Mas: day Service School at 9:30 ing services at Subject Jan. 1,1,, The New Pace of Business Change Business ev~,lution used to move C( slowly--it measured off its gradual Sunday servlc changes almost invisibly, like the hour 9:30 a.m. hand on the clock. But today its a.m. and 7:00 temp(~ is that of the second hand. The Wednesday at movement of evolution that is quick- cordially invited ening business with rapid changes is ~:.0 alarmingly visible and makes it diffi- Put a little cult to keep up withthem.--R. S. philosophy and Hecht. motivated ! :o: If you don't take the CatalinaIs- Advertise for lander, tell us the reason why. Catalina ander Ashaway Cutt ASHAWAY LINE AND Ashaway, Rhode RECORDS ON 24 THREAD LINES 1927 George C. Thomas III, Swordfish 573 lbs. 1925 P. A. Gillespie, Swogdfish 571 Ibs. 1924 H. J. Msllen, Swordfish S28 ibs. 1924 A. R. Martin, Swordfish 474 lba. And many others. Cspt. Mitchell, Zane Grey, Tuns Zane Grey, Frsd Burnham, Symbol for _ All metropolitsal bs~aklnl CATALINA ISLAND 13 \~ _'qlilllalilll~gV/ ][~ANK OF ~'2tJ"' ~~ ROY E. 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