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JAN. 7, 1931 Islander Office ITY AT Los Angeles) AT SPRING REDS SERVICE RATEs Iludness Man f% the Tourist ffee Shop )r Past favors. to keep our tip up gh Standard. HALL Tailor California CUBS SPRING TRAINING Following is the complete Wrigley Field, Los Angeles, exhibition sched- ule : Friday, March 13--Cubs vs. Angels. Saturday, March 14--Cubs vs. An- gels. Sunday, March 15--Cubs vs. Angels. Tuesday, March 17---Cubs vs. An- gels. Wednesday, March 18---Cubs vs. An- gels. Thursday, March 19--Cubs vs. An- gels. Friday, March 20--Detroit vs. Port- land. Saturday, March 21--Detroit vs. Portland. Sunday, March 22--Detroit vs. Port- land. Monday, March 23--Pittsburgh vs. Angels. Tuesday, March 24---Pittsburgh vs. Angels. Wednesday, March 25--Pittsburgh vs. Angels. Thursday, March 26--Pittsburgh vs. Detroit. Friday, March 27--Pittsburgh vs. Detroit. Saturday, March 2~--Pittsburgb vs. Detroit. Sunday, March 29--Pittsburgh vs. Detroit. Monday, March 30---Cubs vs. Pitts- *burgh. Tuesday, March 31--Cubs vs. Pitts- burgh. Wednesday, April 1--Cubs vs. Pitts- burgh. Thursday, April 2---Cubs vs. Angels. Friday, April 3--Cubs vs. Angels. Saturday, April 4--Cubs vs. Holly- wood. Sunday, April 5--Cubs vs. Holly- wood, Our Adlet Column helps. Try it Just three things we sell=== And the Leaders in their Respective Lines : ADVERTISING--To the merchsaats who believe in what they have to sell, and are anxious to get it be- fore the largest number of local readers. NEWS--To the people who want to know what is going on in our community, and want the facts as they are, and not biased in any manner. PRINTING~To the business end professional man who appreciates the value of GOOD PRINTING and HIGH-GRADE STATION- ERY. Telephone 500. r ARE YOU ASHAMED OF YOUR BUSINESS? NO! THEN ADVERTISE IT Is there any reason why you should feel ashamed of your busi- ness, Mr. Merchant? Certainly there is no secret about it, for no legal and honest business need fear the light of publicity ... Will you lose money by advertis- ing? It is safe to say you will not, because thousands of the more suc- cessful merchants throughout the nation are advertising every weck, and there is a general trend upward in their bank accounts. Do the people approve of adver- tising? Certainly they do. The average woman reads the advertise- meats as regularly as she reads the society column. Why? Because she has learned from happy experience that It Pays to Patronize Those Who Advertise In the Catalina Islander. P m' More Attractive Meals PAGE ELEVi~ Color Needed in Our Meals, French Chefs Say; How to Get It FAMOUS chefs of France tell us that American cooking is good, but not "dressy" enough. They say the appetite is whetted through the eye as well as through the palate; and they believe that color is as important as flavor. There Is much common sense in this viewpoint. Although "dress- ing up" food for art's sake may not be sufficient reason in itself, still it is a fact that food tastes best when It looks appetizing. It is easy and Inexpensive to add attractiveness to foods. Soups, for example, wtth a few toasted croutons, or a sprinkling of par- sley, depending on the kind of soup, take on added delicacy. Salads present probably the most opportunities for tasteful and tasty appearance. Even in the winter months, when it is diffi- cult to get green things into the menu and when fresh, colorful vegetables are not readily available, the housewife has a wide choice of salads made with flavored gela- tins in several colors, and pre- pared with canned fruits and vege- tables of many kinds and hues. It is easy, too, to make desserts attractive. Whipped cream, merin- gue, coconut, sauces, frostings and other decorative and tasty addi- tions give an infinite variety of attractive touches. But meats, unlike soups and salads and desserts, are regarded as difficult to dress up. Although the roast suckling pig, with the decorative red apple in his mouth, is not being served these days, we can still give the meat dish the simple touch that's like a rib- bon on a party dress. Pickles for Garnishes Pickles, dill or sweet or mixed, or of the mustard variety, sliced or whole, are effective when served with meat on the same platter. Their greenery serves as an attractive garnish, and their piquant tastiness adds zest to the whole meal. Another simple way to make meats attractive is to serve vege- tables on the platter wlth them. Boiled potatoes, halved or quar- tered lengthwise and served wlth their rounded sides out, go well when they fence in a savory steak or roast. Sweet potatoes, sliced length- wise, make a good-looklng, dish flanking a slice of baked ham or a ham roast. Cauliflower, par- snlps, carrots, spinach,' broccoli and other vegetables may be used in numberless similar ways to adorn the neglected meat dish. You will profit by taking advantage of the real bargains being offered at this time. Catalina EC!ALTY sHOP gUNNER & CRESCENT AYES. Telephone 4~ lrs. C. B. PARIKER Taxidermist AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful' Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER % PHONE WESTMORE | 169 l 17 19 SO. FLOWER ST. / LOS ANGELES [ AVA4-ON, CALIF- PHONE AVALON 1 6 M. L. JAMI S, REPRESENTATIVE OF FUNERAL DIRECTOR