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February 14, 1935

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PAGE EIGHT THE CATALINA "'" ~," :,," ::,=,',,:',:: ::,~:~,'t;~','~" ~,',' : " " "," : "," :.. DO YOU REMEMBER Sell Catalina--BuY A~al~ l i00S: FISH'DINNERS .... _~. Home Made Pies and Pastries [ Islander by Chas. H. Smith) {alnltna Isl .1 mm $1gAI-ROCl~ ecAFE 1 Ten Years Ago ~ Meet .... ry Friday ~~... 4] ~ /"~-r~ AvP-" .I~i~~ ~ rual'yFl-lllll,the1925:Catalilla Islander of Feb- ~ we]come, q~ 7:~0 in ~rc'~stefs a - . : ; ~i "" q ; ..... .: "':" :'.:-: :: ::'7- : :': :::.~. The American Boy Scouts, Scout ' ~ ' J" C. DAVIS, ~"~='~'='~=~=~~-'~ " " "" ...... : "" " " Ship and Cub Scouts were each active u.W. CR More bungalettes were being built ' e . .i at Pebbly Beach to accommodate the For Fall & Steaks, Chops, Sea Foods, Sandwiches quarry workers. D. "L. Cnllen became a member of ~ t'l" "" [P the SantaCatalina islandTwentv- .~ Between Entrances to Steamer Pier ~ ~.-~1,.. L Five YearClub. _ " " "'1 ":" :" "'~':': ":" ...... " -" The Santa Catalina Island Company, Cee Marti Rent~m, gave a dinner /it the Hotel St. Catherine to the truck drivers, complimenting them upon the great ][ f~ cottagesand apartments improvement noticed since the adop- MRS._A. P.. NELSON _. tion of the new :nerit system. Real Estate Agent Telephone 140 121 Clarissa Ave. The new staff on the "High School Suga, Loaf was composed of Nellie JACK SCHOOLFIELD MARINE SERVICE PHONE A SERVICE TO SEAMEN MARIN'E REPAIRS 186-J ANCHORAGES REPAIR TUG ISLANDER BANKING SERVICE Savings, Commercial, Trust, Drafts, Collections / 1 Resources Over $500,000,000 ECURITY-FIR ST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH W.J. Laurin, Manager SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS AT OUR OWN PLANT IN AVALON. Special attention given to Fine Silks and Linens--All ironed by hand. "A BOOST WILL HELP" ONE DAY SERVICE IF DESIRED In at 9 n. m.--Out by 5 p. m. 115 Phone Marilla 60 112 Avalon Blvd. WIbMrINGT-ON, CALIF. KWIK WAY VALVE GRINDING EZEL BRAKE TESTER TRU DRUM ,LATHE Agents for U. S. Tires, Willard Batteries and Union Gasoline Phone Richmond 8171 Private Ambulance IVY H. OVERHOLTZER InC. FU NE .RAL DI RECTOR 1719 South Flower Street, at 18th Lady Attendant Los Angeles, California ,. . = "..:.-:.:.. :" .: ..... :. - : .---- .... Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist Telephone, Avalon 178 J AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Oatalina l~,h Specialty Jk .~l[it, ~l/~lJ J ~ | l I .......... --" .... ~ --'~='--"-"7;77"-g7:777=------ iig-i{gl i . = .... Smith, Shirley Stall, Mary Gibson, Martha Meyers, Neal Warrick, Ar- thur Goulding and Manuel Barba. The roster of the Chicago Baseball Club for 1925 was published in this issue. A. C. Brode, F. H. Reed, G. E. Na- gel, Dr. N. F. Hil'tZ, L. Fiest and J.R. Stearns were registered at the Tuna Club. The Mary Williams Club was then holding its meetings at the Foresters Inn, on Clemente avenue. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. MacRae had relurned from a short stay on the mainlafid. R. R. Johnson, proprietor of the Glenmore Hotel, had returned from a trip to Los Angeles. Captain Claude G. Walton was out again, after an illness of several days. Twenty Years Ago From the Islander of February 16, 1915: A reception and dinner was gi,cen by A. A. Carraher to those who had been residents of Santa Catalina Is- land for twenty-five years or more. Those present included Captain J. W. Wilson, Captain George Farnsworth, P. V. Reyes, Captain V. Moricich, Captain Hugo Asplund, Captain J. Arcey, "Mexican Joe", Captain Tom Whittley, Captain Harry Doss, John Brinkley (Chicken Johnnie), and Cap- tain AI Holbrook. A northeaster prevented the landing of the steamer "Hermosa". Newly elected officers of the Avalon Shotgun and Rifle Club were Bert Wade, president; James Sweeney, secretary-treasurer; D. L. Adams, captain and field marshal. Solicitors on the mainland endeav- oring to secure visitors to Santa Cat- a,lina Island at that time were A. H. Splittstoessera covering San Diego, with J. Crowell and W. Taylor work- ing in Los Angeles. Roy. James M. Campbell was pastor of the Avalon Community Congrega- tional Church. Announcement was made of the en- gagement of Harry Doss of Avalon and Miss Mabel Marz of Santa Bar- bara. W. M. James had leased an inter- est in the Old Glory Boating business, J. R. Todd retiring. GAME FISH OF CATALINA Marlin Swordfish (Tetrapturus mitsu kurii). Broadbill Swordfish (Xiphias gladius). Dolphin (Corphaenus hippurus). Black Sea Bass (Stereolepis gigas). Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus macrop- terus). Albacore (Thunnus alalonga). Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Yellowtail (Serioia dorsalis). California Bonito (Sarda chiliensis). White Sea Bass (Cynoscion noblis.). Ocean Bonito (Gvmnosarda pelamys). Catalina Island will give you the "rest of your life"--in whichever sense you choose to take it. One way to become acquainted with the people who live in Avalon is to read the Catalina Islander. Subscribe [ now. TO oUR Customers for past We will continue to tailoring and to our usual high Merchant Avalon 4~ TRUE HOSPITA AT Hotel (The Favorite in I~oS SIXTH AT $ BEST BEDS BEST SERVICg, BEST LoCAT401 BEST RATIOS Ideal for the Busi~ Extra Convenient for ~a Rates 00 uP. .._...==~ Pig'n Whlsde C HARRY C.