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January 30, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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} PAGE FIVE [D HE CATALINA ISLANDE . ; ----'-- mt RVING VAUGHAN AVALON CHURCHES BLOWS HIS HAUGHN Catholic Church Services: Sunday Masses S and 10 a. m. Sunday even- tho (Editor p~ ' 's Note--Here i.a the opening ins devotions, 7:30 p. m. \Veek day : aJ~gun for the baseball scribes. Each Mass, 7:30 a, m.,,, ~ TRUST& b't,r,tor edi,s his own "co,,," We un- !;i!iitl !iiiic:: !! PACIFIC S01JTHWEST ~'l'" m. tt~een practicing "artistic windups all d~[ lie, ~mm . . - Sun lay Sch( ol at 9 , . n e , er Sl~eeial ~eque~ts to the holel C.M. HODSON, Manager dav evemng service at g p.m. ~. . ]Fnanagement have been made as fol- Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. \Vednes- nd .~ows: "One Pyrene fire cxtmgmsher, ,ay ev, :ring s. r,'i,:ea: gP. tat Y~o be located within ten feet of every tes, ~t~zriting machine, and thirty-five pounds Congregational Church Services to ~)~f ice to be placed in the bathtub ev- Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; ~ro:'shlp "ow ,~ery morning." and Sermon, 10:30 a. m.; Ch.nst~a~ ~., ~ r~ ~ n'' ~Nor~b.lp and CATALINA ',rs,.*2 "Let's go! Batter up!" r~nueavor, u:u,, v .... , g de} lntrodneing lrving Vaughan of the Sermon. 7 :O0 p. m.; Mid-week Servlce sWORDFISH'TUNA ~e W~Chieago "Tribune ") 700 p m Wednesday. lEveryone ~s REEL reSli:ati~ cordially invited to all services. The Highest" Grade Reel e ~;i~ Chicago Jan. 12, 1924. _-----" ....... I FoFeYer 1,.eta'ear Windle: I Fresh Ca|altna / sayil n,ler hot off the ,,tess, and lo, ,nd / . FIsH ,.0, ,.0, .,a,-o h_-o~behold! right under an item about ' Patented ve y~"fish" I see reference to "The noted { PLEASURE PIER / hasehaU Vaugha ," etc. V,ar L " ,l. A. COXE .. yO~ Possibly the inspired nlake-up man ou Ois one of those who believe that anyt/ AVALON / th. :}ball teams and, write items for the / Salmon, E,o., '- S--,o-. t Plumbing=-- SheetMetal Work t toY# I)ublic prints deserves to be classed "- }with the finn, tribe, and possibly he / BAIT FOR ANGLERS | CAIIL 12 is right. But we all have our failings] | Harry Tregarthen, Proprietor./ .qCO~j As for the "noted" in your para- , P'~ graph, I don't know whether to thank I. ~=-~---~'~7 212 Melr0p0le Ave., 0pp, t;it Bnll. & Rooms i ,ou for ,he effnsion or ser, e notice Runtraiows BA GAG For Rear at Reasonable Prices Martha E. 61iddea, Proprietor (Mrs. Seth Glidden) INSURANCE Fire. Accident, Compensation. Life, Theft, Etc. RepreOer~tio~ 0~)12,) Reliable Companies J. E. MATltEWSON " Avalon ,/ Photos of, all Catalina Prize Fish. P.V. REYES ' Steam'r Pier suit for libel. I would take the latter Course, but it so happens that n~y at- torney, Senor Harry Whiskers Skillful Neily, is wintering and flivvering (?my be shivering) in Florida. Neily is 52 years old and never has been to Flor- ida before this, but I know that after being.there a week he'll know what's wrong with the state and will be giv- ing directions how to improve it. It is too b~d that Nelly is not going to he anaong those who reacb Catalina ~o~ next month. Those whiskers of his taT~ have .flourished wonderfnlly since a year ago, and the natives are going to miss a treat. Captain Morris of the .! Avalon would be envious as hell if he - .s~w that facial growth of the afore- : said Nelly. 1'When the first consignment oJ Cubs t, i slides' off.the Avalon on February 19. fti~I probably will be anaong those pres- . ent, and won t regret the month's sen- Baggage Checked at YourIDoor IHE AVALON TRANSFER C0: NYTHING. FURNITURE PACKED OR UNPACKED wE H A jOH~ v. bl, L. JAMES -.. " Magazines,! Help-us help you. We are prepared to supply you With whatever Magazine you desire, if you will place your order NOW. Windle's News Stand tence on the Island. Mr..Wayne Ot- Avalon, Cal. :i~ to, the 'T-BorLe" King, also ex|>ects to be present, and you had better order / i~ about ahalf-dozen prime beeves, so t: Newspapers, Magazines that he. won't go hungry. "T-Bone" is so fat now that his eyes are beginning S eels w / to close np for ,,ant s,aee, o _ / ly the Lord knows how he'll look af- At Windle s News Stand t ~I' ~r getting outside those half-dozen . B. PARKER Taxidermist ressed quads. -- Cnre|ul 31ou.ting of Catalina l:ish n fipecitdt} ,, "' ., . AVALON, California T-Bone ~s already talking abon* ---' " Mrs, St. Caflmrinc's ~ood, and ttoph'~. PENS that therpantr;. is welt stccked before pAPE. The Catalina Islander Subscription Blank cUT TRIg OI'fT A]qD MAIL .__ he Puts on, the feed bag. Mr. ~,.Vrigley pro~)?ised to see that there wotdd be no .,scarcity of steaks, and "T-Bone" intends to send him a wire shortly re- minding him of it. Harold DeKalb Johnson, side-kick of the more ornamental Nelly, also is coming, He is in bad shape right now as the result of a violent attack o~ "fish fever." He is at the stage where he reads sporting goods catalogues on the virtues of this and that hook and : bait, That twelve-pound Alaska black cod he pulled into Captain Baton's boat two years ago now has grown i into a 200-I)ound swordfish, and in an- ,other year Harold DeKalb probably will be telliug, and believing, that it (Continued on Page 8. Column :~,) PENCILS PADS ENVELOPES Windle's News ....................................... No. Subscription Rates: ........ Annually $2.00 Six months - 1.25 Date .................................. Three months .75 Pub/isho o/ The Catalina/,c/adder Avalon, Santa Calalina Island, Calitor~Ha Please enter nO' subscription for 7 he Calalina Is?ander tot for which I agreeto .............. commencing ................. bay you ,g ........ in advance. NaIR~' ................................... Address .....................................