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February 13, 1924

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CATALINA ISLANDER" PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL "Queen of Asia" is expected -~ shortly to visit her relative, the ~g of Siam." Heirnerman, assistant at "Ye te Shop," left for the mainland on last. MacLean has gone to Los to resume his studies at the .them Branch of the State Univer- r. and Mrs. F. I. Belcher were tlon visitors Monday for a few They are now located in Long L ,eorge Home, late driver for one of local grocery stores, has gone to mainland to take treatment for at ails him. Mrs. N. Shields and son are visiting friends in Arizona for a few clays. Vic Lytel of Long Beach spent the week-end in Avalon visiting friends. Born--at Pebble Beach, February 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Machado, a 75d- pound boy. Clyde Opelt of Los Angeles spent the week-end in Avalon, visiting his mother, Mrs. Jane Opelt. The members of the Mary Williams Club will entertain their families with a valentine party Thursday evening at 7:30, at Foresters Inn. Sam Rinehart, "Mayor" of the Isth- mus, was in Avalon for a couple of days last week. Sam said that he had had a strenous time with the "last bunch of movies." A WORTHY CAUSE "We are having very good success with the drive for the Catholic Chari- ties," said Mrs. Anna M. Lefavor on Tuesday morning, "Our solicitors are using every effort to call upon each person in Avalon, but I wish you would announce that our director, Rev. Fr. T. J. Corcoran of St. Catherine's Church, would be pleased to receive checks for donations to the fund from persons who have not been visited by our solicitors. "The solicitors are Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ahren, Mrs. Ethel A. Seeley, Mrs. S. A. Orrison, Mrs. Albert Conrad, Mrs, Clyde Grant, Mrs. J. Franklyn, Mrs. H. D. Diffln, Mrs. C. Brown, Miss E. Arce, Mrs. Louisa Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. J. Garcia, Miss M. Phelan, Mrs. Katherine Hudson and Miss K. Heine- mann. The Catholic Charities Campaign commenced Monday. The Boston "Americans" have re- leased Pitcher J. A. Boone to Mobile, of the Southern League. Lost, strayed, or stolen, one perfect- ly good moustache. Finder will please return to Paul Ellington. NOTICE INVITING BIDS BY THE CITY OF AVALON, CALIFORNIA, FOR THE FURNISHING OF ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL FOR IM- PROVEMENTS TO THE MUNICI- PAL WHARF FOR SAID CITY. Public Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California, until 1:30 P. M., Friday, February 29th, 1924, for the furnishing of all labor and mater- ial for improvements to the Municipal "The campaign is not only for reliev- Wharf for said city, according to plans the Ladies Aid Society of the Con- Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain of Chica- .ing the immediate neccessities of the and specifications therefor adopted by Church is to meet on Fri-go arrived here last week to try a poor and needy, but it is for such the Board of Trustees of said city and on file in the City Clerk's office in said ˘ afternoon at 2:30, on the lower couple of months of Island life while charitable purposes that will extend city, which said plans and specifica- ar, Beacola street entrance the Cubs are in training. They are throughout the whole year." tions are hereby referred to and made ~.hrJ~, . ~ • guests at the Hotel Atwater. ~ a part of this notice. ~'e,.;~luT:~i:~ rgsUAtS at the Tuna Club ~ Mrs. Anna Bailey of Los Angeles is Said bids nmst be made on form s which will be furnished by the said • '~L - • C. Brode, H. Earls- There is a rumor afloat to the effect entertaining friends at her home onCity Clerk upon application and be in [tte, C. Johnson F H Reed Tom that "Dutch" Simpson is to be married East Avalon Terrace for a few weeks, accordance with conditions therein sta- iit~.~x and F. j. Hagenbarth of Salt March 1st. Fred Baker assures us s;~*~e Cit ted. , ,~, Y" that the young man may expect a live-One of our readers writes the fol- A certified cashier s check on some bank in the County of Los Angeles, t~ss' Virginia~Warrick arrived homelYLosreCeptionAngeles upOnbride.his return with his lowing: "Since our conversation, atpayable to the order of the President ~.~e~teWeek~ During her absence she which time you read to me the copy of of the Board of Trustees of the City [/dr~~ ~ (:h~cago and other cities in ~ ~ " the 'Sunshine Psychology Service'of Avalon, in a sum equal to two ro~at years ago was called the "west which appears in this issue (last week) percent of the aggregate amount of ,,,~* states" - The Blue Birds met last Saturday I have personally used to advantagethe bid, or a satisfactory bond in an amount equal to 10 percent of the "'' afternoon with their leader, Mrs. Geo. some of the wonderful thoughts con-amount of the bid, payable to the City d hartes Howard has departed for the \V. Greene, to make valentines. Un-tained in that article, and I am looking of Avalon, must accompany each bid r~ i~roland on account of the illness of usual taste was displayed in this work. forward to finding many more such as a guarantee that the bidder will " ta/::her. He expects to have to take Afterwards the time was spent in play- ideas, as I receive the paper each inenterconformityint° a contraCtwith hisif bid.awarded to him ~b~, ot the home ranch during his ing valentine games and popping corn. week. Some of the thoughts which The Board of Trustees reserve the ~.i.[~tr ers disability but he wants to re- The little members present wereViolet have come to me from that article Iright to reject any and all bids here- 71:.n to Catahna Island as soon as he Watson, Lois Harrison, Isabell Scott, have put before the other men in our under. sd~.~"" Margaret Daly, Vivian Harris, Nita organization, and they have also found By order of the Board of Trustees in the City of Avalon, California. ~e~Mr aiad ~ Guiracich, Mary Conrad, Katherine it beneficial to them in their work." F.M. TIDBALL, atlCi'e r rs. Mead of Claressa ave- Brown, Elsie Clark and Georgie Cole- ~ City Clerk of the City of Avalon, Call- : ~end:C~:t_ly entertained a party of man. WILSON MEMORIAL fornia. • , cmOmg Dr. Emma M. Car- " By S. C. Peterson, Deputy. City of Avalon, California. ~h' Dr. A. E. Johnson, Mrs. A.E. ROYALTY~ERTAINED A memorial service for the late ex- February Ist, 1924. -i[~ns~n'~Maxson and Richard Parish, The advance guard of the Order of president Wilson will be held in the d[S . t~. Richey, W. W. McTague e:~ Mr: Jim Blackborough Nobles is again with us, preparing for Community Church (Congregational) IIH S " • their 12th annual golf tournament,at 7:00 p. m., next Sunday. The entire THE ISLANDER ADLETS The Duke of Portland and the Squirecommunity is invited to honor the de- ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line ..~ • , Riddle, a long time friend of of Seattle were greeted on their arri- parted war president by attending this per issue. Minimum charge, 25 ets. ~laarles Crew, has come to Avalon to i~ork under Mr. Crew, who is head val b'y the King of Siam, his honorservice, regardless of race, creed, or DISSOLUT~TNERSHIP iI!i~!!ilc~S~h~e~iildtidm~i~illngePTiiid the Mayor, the Judge, and many other politics. Not only the address, but the ,, __o prominent citizens, musical and other features of the ser- Notice is hereby given of dissolution They expect shortly the Marquis of vice will be appropriate to the occa- of partnershipbetween Lucile Stevens Fresno, who is busy collecting funds sion. and Rozika /'rippe of the Avalon Beauty Shoppe, and I, Lueile Stevens, ,or e s,low m m rs W fo during his sojourn here. If he sue- incurred after January 29th, 1924. h'] Mrs. C ~ ceeds he will appear. LUCILE STEVENS. ;i_ . ' • arson, who came to tb~vaton last fall with the family of her The Prince of Hollywood is at pres- For Rent--Furnished cottage, 330 'd']~n,l Rev. LaR " Watson,'-- has- gone ent entertaining the Majarah of Born- A~ter Whittley Avenue. 4-7 ifi[~V]rnet childSaliar~a:ue u bay. He looks forward to coming Every Meal i d Dinuba to visit withwhen the Majarah departs--if be ever Advanc~i MusicLessons--Doris Car- r~- • However, she expects !1 8 the lonllesl-lasllnll ver Chilcott, graduate of New England tti~" . cturn to Avalon in a few months, does. Other Nobles are on their way confection yOIl e~ll blLlly Conservatory of Music in Boston, and g[~tore going north, she spent a few here. --and it's a help to all- holding California State High School ,,[eC~:e;aLm°ng. relatives and friends in ADVERTS'HELPS ! gestlon and a cleanser certificate, will give advanced lessons 7 ~ ~'s"oorhood of Los Angeles. |Ol" the mouth in piano, harmony and theory. Stu- , ~ ----..__ dents interested make appointments at Last F " -'-"-'---"-" George Hoffinger of the Seal Rock BUd teelh. Carver apartments, February 5th and 1 iV n .. rlday, one week ago, Judge J. Cafe has broken into newsparer adver- • teie::~ard came over from Los An- Wrlgley's means 6th. 3-4 tising. You will find his ad on page benelit as well as For Sal~--Two-story stucco resi- t ~al,~,.. -u opened up his spacious bun- three today, and he invites the ladies pleasnl'e, dence, situated at No. 322 Catalina ~-'~"'~ on the East Side Terrace. On to bring their husbands to dinner so~ne avenue. Price $10,000. See Real Es, ,['~ ~otlOWing Saturday his dau hters Sunday, andtry his chicken dinner; rs. Ella B g - tate Department, S. C. I. Co. 3-7 f~l • Hanna, and Zoe B. Fuller, but you will have to order ahead as For Sale or Exchange--Three cot- ]~a~elaN°mpanied by Mr. and Mrs the chicken diner usually runs out at } rages; Large lot, would take cottage or ~t~. . au of Tustin, and Raymondabout noon. Speaking of advertising, ~ lot as first payment. Call 363 Sum- ~v:~V:ly of Los Angeles, spending the we would like to have every business ~, her avenue. 52 ~fS~--end, from Wednesday until Satin Avalon advertise in the Islander, we ~uay. They entertaine~ Mrs Mar know it will pay you a big percent. For Ront--Furtaished flat, four rooms, nerkelse " Y bath and kitchen. A nice sun porch. ~n ..... n and daughter Mary of Call our representative and give him ~"*rlanct,Oregon Th .... Apply 316 Metropole avenue. 39tf ~isit • uugn previous the order.We will write your ads ~ov:2"each and all saw many ira- For SalGv---Corner lot, 47 ft. on Bea- for you and make them snappy. Try ~~_ -:,~uts and added charms and us. It is "keeping everlastingly at it" con st. and 40 ft. on Whittley av. A ~_reetl that "In all the world no tri that bringsthe best results---a la fine view of town, bay, mainland and • ,,˘e this." P mountains. Price $2000 cash or terms. Wrigley, etc. Call 122 Claressa avenue, Avalon. 33tf