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5LAdE CATALINA, ISLANDER' (51 I LE . F ; AYS. TI'I~ (Sunshine Psychology Service) ~,-.,- i,A .,mr, i man once fell asleep in the stern _~ter his rescue he explamed ~W ' iND'- ell, I was sleeping too near E/l~ edge of the boat.' Isn't that the ~'~Y with. most of us? We go stag- ERE ~lng along through life and topple ~lr ,the first hole and then holler for [P.' "The best philosopher that we know OW~ is the max or woman with a con- rated mind. Only they practice what F prea~zh" help us along over the many problems of life." "One purpose of the great out-doors is to let the sunshine on our shoulders~ . and drive gloom and depression from OUr denies." "Swivel-chair 'experts' often tell me how to catch crawfish. But, I find the way to catch crawfish is to know the habits of the 'bugs.'" A REAL AND BRIEF RECEIPT FOR SUCCESS One day we saw Hans Wagner of the Pittsburg Pirates make five hits off Christy Mathewson in five times at bat, Years later Hans told the New York "World" how he terrorized the pitchers so long: A fan, writing to ask that I dis- cuss the art of batting, wants to know what was the secret of my success '1"o be candid, I don't know. I simply walked up and took a slam at any ball that hap- pened to suit me. "The Bible his~o;/of creation was ;' tritten in less .than seven hundred A lot of the boys who are now on " ?ords and Socrates summed up his the way tip in business do just exact- iINl;ife study in two words: 'Know thy- ly that same thing. It counts in the i~tf' ,~s paid editorial writers, Moses score.---Collier's Magazine ind Socrates would have fasted foc ~any days." BOATMEN AND BOATS ,y * * * Any of the following Catalina boat- .rs'rif few words." That's fine, J , . men will furnish amateur anglers with ' ellowtail Iohfi says: 'I'S,hn~ ~n light tackle if they so desire: ~ho use a lot of words sometimes hndBoatmen Launches ~ackeCessary to take a few of them John Edmundson Adelaide S. J.. Goulding Ruth ! ,, . . . Smith Warren Fortuna Hugh MacKay Manana I ~ Through the gates of life we are Parker Pence Shorty orn, and.through the gates of kdneatwh' "Yellowtail John"Dragon Ne depart And, as far as w , Tad Grey Swastika ~h;nzs the only thing living that ever Harry E. Nichols Vera J. J. Bates Helen B. ,~ m~s about death." L. Mott Mable F. ,, *'* * M. Foster Sunbeam A man who is wrapped up in his Enos Vera Carrie ~nW2 Importance never finds string Fred Arce Ethel O. I. Danielson Letta D. gs ugh to tie up the package, and he A. El Eaton Leona :e ~ Unable to stow himself awa secure Capt. Nordquist Vampire y - O.W. Cole Myrtle ,, . . . , F, Ashbridge Grace II. We once "' C. Wiekman Maitland : neara a crawfish fisher- ,man. on .' San Cleme B.D. Halstead Barney 'JPul" nte Island say: John Wegmann Dixie tmg traps is a healthy job, but it's Elmer E. Anderson Andy ray dis~Position that makes me happy"Alex Adargo Ke,.vwe :: ' " * * * Renew your subscription to The We all rise crutches of some kindCatalina Islander, ,$2 per year. or other, Of course, mental 'crutches' are not visible. Our different formsThe St. Louis Sporting News is on of entertainraent are but, crutches that sale at W~hdle's News Stand. v:ertising: How do you advertise? TherQ are no end of ways in which you may advertise; there is the bilJ.bmu-d, the drcular, the imeter, the window diaplay, the circular lettm., the personal letter, by wordof mouth, and the newspaper, the best method of them all. What don advertising do for you?--AU advm'tisinlr is in- tended to cr~le Eood will [or the product or service adver- t~,od. Year advm'tlslng should crests Irood will for your store throuffhout your tradlnfr aera and thereby inclma~e the volume of youz lmehum8 or yeur annual turn-over. THE CATALINA ISLANDER "For Catalina and Catdlna's People All the Time" AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND, CALIFORNIA PAGE NINE "The Busiest Corner in Avalon" g to at Novelties and F" With Materials For Making Fancy Valentines for the Children