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Y, FEB. 19, 1930 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Small has been spending Los Angeles, at 6033 .~. Mrs. R. M.. Heywood and returned Sunday from a to Los Angeles. Mrs. Geo. Hoffinger re- from LOS Angeles, attended the wedding of F. Van Deursen of left on Saturday to at- Orange Show at San be a--c~uhurch social Friday ~.m. in the primary room Congregational one is invited. has been received that is now with her Oklahoma City, Okla. she is confined to her Sprained ankle. EvanS, formerly of A~a- er on Saturday's boat, ac- her sister and brother- are from Oconso, Wis., making their first trip to Greene, who recently .sadena .Hospital with a Is now at 819 Washington C~rt- She is reported as ira- sister came out and Olrle. "Ustom with Catalina Is- F & A. M., Saturday !e "Ladies' Night"--when ~lSters, sweethearts, and of the families of Ma- in a grand banquet Catherine, at 6:30. 32rid degree K. C. C. the Scottish Rite ' in be the speaker. All and their families are st Week Frank Ross, aged Rogers, 21, both of r~nted an Avalon boat y 5 P. M. They failed police were notified , to locate them. Later Led that they had be- rough water, pulled walked to Camp eavored to telephone Its. But the telephone r. The next morning City Wharfinger, set find them He met b'eing assisted by a d "ali's well." Valentine party home of Ruth Sv~e- ling. Twenty-eight to take part in dge. At 11:30 the to enter the dining ong table was decor- attractive Valentine ers and Sir CUpid, In the center of a guided the "hearts" to place cards. Red individual trays, served telightful luncheon. Ruth's hospitality tse N'ewberry, Doro- Wilcox, Mary Vu- Martha Meyer, and Irene Mor- Gwendolyn Goldie Sal- ly ; Messrs. Albert Winterbot- Roy Smith, Par- Shonaf.elt, Bob Roy Brown, ld, Milton Ma- and Norman Dunker- was made by Louise Albert Winterbottom. Prizes were given to and Raymond Can- WEDDING BELLS A most interesting bride and groom are scheduled to arrive at the Hc~tel St. 'Catherine Thursday. And the prettiest bridal suite is in readiness to receeive them. Their honeymoon at the St. Cathorine is expected to be a long one--many, many years, it is hoped. And certainly never a more lovely bride oe a handsomer groom will have blushingly stepped into the hotel lob- by than Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Mac- Cully. They were married in Los An- geles Monday by Judge Louis P. Rus- sill, attended by Dr. and Mrs. George Taylor. Following the wedding cere- mony the newly wedded pair motored to San Diego and Agua Caliente. The bride, Mrs. MacCully, (nee Flora Folmsbee) is known to all as the charming young woman of the Hotel St. Catherine jewel shop. And the groom--everyone knows "Micky," assistant to Mr. E. H. Bernegger at the Hotel St. Catherine. Mickey has made Catalina his home for the past ten years and more, and his bride for three. Since this popular couple chose to steal a march.on the press as well as the populace, it is impossible to chron- icl.e at this writing just what the bride or her atendants wore. But this may be editorially stated, that whether it was a white satin gown with seed pearls, or a little blue traveling gown --her golden beauty, laughing blue eyes and vivacious personaity were all that any mere reporter would have noted. All Catalina joins in wishing Mr. and Mrs. MacCully happiness. Their return will be the signal for many de- lightful post-nuptial ~ocial events. Attorney Fred Baker came over Saturday and remained until Monday afternoon. Frank Roadhouse, Newton Piland and R. S. Alexander were among the Avalon business men who visited the metropolis of the Southwest last week. The members of the "Catalina Bills Club" had a fine time at the Black Jack mountain resort last evening. It was too lat~ for us to get particulars. Mr. B evier Robinson, formerly on the Avalon High School staff, came over Saturday from Long Beach, ac- companied by his wife and son. He returned Sunday, while Mrs. Robin- son remains here for a few days. The next meeting of the Mary Wil- liams Club will be h.eld on Thursday evening, February 27, at the Club room, in Villa Park lobby. There will be a discussion of public health by a Hollywood physician. Everybody is invited to attend--especially mothers. Mrs. W. M. Hunt entertained a party of relatives from the East at her Sumner avenue summer home over the week-end of February 8-9. They were an aunt, Mrs. R. Quint, from Danville, Ill.; Miss Esth.~r Quint, a cousin ~om Peoria, II1., together with her mother, Mrs. Amelia Lang, her sister, Mrs. Ed Sloan, and her daughter Edith. They were quite en- thusiastic over the Island, including the Bird Park, the glass-bottom boat trip and the Sky Line Drive. The Bridge Tea given by the Mary Williams Club at the home of the president, Mrs. Claude W'alton, proved a fine success. Ther~ were seven ta- bles of bridge and two of 500. Mrs. Edna Shonafelt won first prize at bridge, Mrs. H. D. Diffin the second, and Mrs. E. B. Sucher the consola- tioin. Mrs. Granteer took first prlze in 508, Mrs. K. Harrington the sec- ond, and Mrs. C. W. Mellick the con- solation. Delicious refreshments were served. The members are enthusias- tic in anticipation of the Colonial Ball to be held on Washington's Birthday at the Avalon Casino. Many Feder- ated Club women from Southern Cal- ifornia points arc expected to be pres- ent. PAGE SEVEN THE ISLANDER ADLETS A, careful reading of these Adlets will reveal many bargains that oth- wise you might miss. RATES--10 cents per line For Rent--Cottages at 322 and 324 Eucalyptus Ave., $350 and $450 per year. Inquire Mrs. C. B, Parker, op- posite City Hall, in Parker Court. 6tf AOLETll Cream Caramels, Special .._ ....... A9c lb. Moth Proof Clothing Bags ...2 for 25c Puritan Malt ..................................... 50c Ripple Bond Writing Paper, 60 sheets, 50 envelopes .......... 69c Avalon Drug Co. 7 ADLIrTS Have you any odd jobs or house cleaning to be done. Telephone 77. Call for Ben. 7p. ADI WT$ Painting at reasonable prices. By day or contract. 330 Eucalyptus Av. 5tf ADLETa For Rent--Cottage On Descanso, by month or year; newly painted, com- pletely furnished; bath. Rates. P.O. Box 1262, Avalon. 5 AraLETS HOME COOKED LUNCH Breakfast served from 8 to 11 A. M, LUNCH from 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. Everything Strictly First Class. COUNTRY CLUB GRILL Parties Catered To AD L.IETS For Sale---Radiola Super with Power Amplifier and Dynamic Speaker. Call Avalon 167 after 7 P.M. A real bar- gain. 6-7 AOLETS For Sai~--Several nationally adver- tised gas ranges at st~bstantial reduc- tions. Mathewson's. 2tf. ADLET8 Wanted--To rent, by elderly lady, small house or apartment, by the year. Not on the hill. What have you? Ad- dress B, 100 Islander office. 4 AOL~T8 Beechnut Cigarettes, 10c for 20. Queen Quality Tobacco, 10c for 5. Penn's Thick Chewing, 15c plug 10c. Corn 'Cob Pipes, 5 and 10c. Clay Pipes, 10c. At Windle's News Stand 4If AD/I[TI For Sld~--Good used battery type radios from $I0 up. Mathewson's. 2tf. ADL[TS For Remt--Clean furnished rooms, bath, at $3 per week. Clean fur- nished apts., 2 and 3 rooms each, $15 to $25 per too. See Mrs. Westbrook, at 217 Sumner Ave. Phone 91. 40 ADI,J[Tll FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING Of all kinds promptly done and guar- anteed. Joe's Gift Shop, 411 Crescent avenue. 3tf. ADLETI Suits Made to Order--S25.00 and up. Workmanship guaranteed. A fine line of spring samples just arrived. Call and make your selection. Small Shop, 126 Sumner Ave. 5tf ADI.ETI For Rant--Waxing and Polishing machine, uew, powerful, e~sy to use. Catalina Hardware Co. 2tf. ADLII[TS 1 Colored Portrait in oils free with with every dozen photographs, for 1 month only. A. G. Boxell. Phone 153 for appointment. Avalon Studio, 108 Metropole Ave. 5-6 ADLIgTIi For Sale---Super Simplex Ironer. Used slightly as demonstrator. List price $185.00; special at $125.00. Terms ib desired. Mathewson's. 2tf. ABLKTIJ Wanted--To buy a home in Catalina. Will exchange bungalow in Los Ange- les as part pay. Address "Owner," Box 1273, Avalon, Calif. 2tf. ADLi~T8 For Rent--Vacuum Sweeper; Paint Spray Outfits, Catalina Hardware Co. ltf ADLIrTli Window drapes, plain sewing and mending for ladies and gentlemen.-- Mrs. Taylor, 130 Hiawatha ave. 21 Wanted---Nursing by day or week. Apply 207 Descanso. 49ff ADLIrTi For Exchange--A redwood cottage by the sea at Arch Beach, Laguna, for Avalon property. Value, $5,000. Reply Box 557, Laguna. 7-8 AOL~T*t LadiH--If you want the latest style. in dresses, good quality, and reason- able prices, visit the Catalina Dress Shop, 108 Claressa Ave. Open frotlL 1:00 to 5:00. 7 ADL.ETII Wanted--Baby buggy; nmst be' in splendid condition. State particulars and price to Box A. Islander Office. It SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Alice Moricich sailed north on Saturday to visit mainland relatives. Mrs. L. C. Waldman of Riverside spent some time at her Avalon resi- dence last week. A. L. Fraser, assistant to Traffic Manager J. N. Stewart, was an Ava- lon visitor last week. M,r. and Mrs. C.-J. Dash were among the returning Avaloniteson the "Av'alon" Sunday afternoon . Mr. and Mrs. W. Van E. Thompson were among the week-end visitors. They occupied their Avalon cottage. Victor Rosin of the Hermosa Hotel, came over from Los Angeles on Sat- urday to attend the Catalina Island Bills outing. The Chicago Cubs' advance contin- gent is due to arrive on Friday, The AJnerican Legion Drum Corps is pre- paring to give the boys a noisy recep- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mulford came across the channel Saturday morning for a brief visit to their Avalon home, returning to Los Angeles in the after- noon. W'. G. Miller, director of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission, accompanied :by Mrs. Miller, visited Avalon Sunday, and were guests at the Hotel St. Catherine. They were met here by an old friend, Mr. Kalin- owski, who is connected with th.~ ho- tel. Sir. J. Fred Barker, retired furni- ture dealer of Grand Rapids, Mich., visited for several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Quincey, 318 Descanso. He was so surprised and delighted with Avalon Town that he tentatively selected two sighly lots upon which he will build as soon as arrangements are com- pleted. It is announced that Madame Hallie De Luca, mezzo soprano, who delight- fully entertained at various functions in Avalon last summer, will be in cos- tume at the Colonial Ball on Saturday night. Following the grand march she has promised to sing three ~amil- far waltz songs at intervals during the evening, when those present are in- vited to join their voices in a grand chorus of waltz and song. Mrs. A. H. Bombard entertained at a bridge party in honor of her moth- er, Mrs. Mason, and sister Myrtle. The following guests were present : Mesdames Jack Davis, Harry Diffin, Herbert Fitch, W. Price, Vic Lytle, Geo. Kirk, Win. Greenbaum, John J. W'hite, Wilbur White, R. M. Hey- wood, John Blake, Chas. Hammond, Earl Hite, P. S. Allen, F. M. Paul- son, N. Piland, L W'. CrandaU, J. B. Ogden, Harold Stamford, Tad Gray, Dr. Bussey and Martin Hall.