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CATALINA ISLANDER SOCIAL AND PERSONAL BLUEBIRDS' BIRTHDAYS J'~hn O. Daggett, known to all radio Stop! Look! Listen! I~1s, was a week-end guest at the Ho- " Have you seen them ? * Atwater. Have you heard them sing? SOC,AL AN~ P~RSONAL What ? Who ? Where ? s ~'red 'Ashbridge was anaong the _Uth-b~und passengers on the steam-Why, the Blue Birds in Avalon, on Saturday, February 21st, at the boule ~nlp Avalon on Sunday. of their mother Blue Bird, Mrs. George SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 1~ Simmons, of 1619 Pennsylvania W. Greene a.ve.nue, Los Angeles, was a week-end Such a wonderful time as they had! nsltor to the Magic Isle. Three of them had birthdays during SOC,AL AND PERSONAL the month of February--Lois Harrison, ,vh~n{rs" J. Edmundson and daughter, Kathryn Dunkle and Marguerite Brad- t o have been visiting the mainland ley, so their good friend Mrs. Albert ~,.r.a few days, returned hon~e last Conrad, mother of one of the Blue week. Birds, presented them with a 'big, big SOCIAL ANQ PERSONAL ~V~he regular meeting of the Mary birthday cake (baked by Mr. Fate). It was pink, with the cutest little illianas club is scheduled for Thurs- white curleycues all over it, and lots day aSternoon at two-thirty, at Forest- and lots of candles--blue as blue. ers t'Iall. When the cake was opened the Birds SOCIAL AND PERSONAL A. C. Brode entertained James W. .:urap, President of the Tuna Club as his ~u ' ' L S est over the week-end, at his ~Orae on Maiden Lane. ~Iike C~;;~2of tLTc~;ill Cafe is ~.he latest Avalonite to seek the Cata- lan Hospital for an operation, for '~eraia. He is doing just fine. ~'/~Iiss Alice2A~aNrcuyRa~LMargaret Aurl, of 131 East Fifty-first street, Los langeles, were guests for several days st Week at the Hotel St. Catherine. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL everal "gobs' froni various depart- ments of Uncle Sa~aa's service were araong the week-end, visitors. They Came frc~n Los Angeles Ha,rbor on a gOVernment vessel. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL began to sing: "One, two, three, four; Two, three, one, four; Who for ? Wh!at for ? Who are you going to yell for? Mrs. Conrad !" Then came glasses of lemonade, with red cherries bobbing around in them. Then candies for everybody. "Coo-coo, coo-coo, COO-Co0!" What? More Birds? No--just the most interesting new game imagine- able, "Coo-coo" by name, and brought from the east for the Blue Birds by Mrs. Greene. One more generous slice of cake-- then home to tell mother about it. Here are the Blue Birds who had such a jolly time: Isabel Scott, Mar- guerite Bradley, Violet Watson, Kath- erine Dunkle, Pea,rl German, Catherine Brown, Lois Harrison, Ruth Edmund- son, Florence Johnson, Irene Hoover, Kathleen Hoover, Maxine Carson, Ida Williams, Mary Conrad, Georgie Cole- Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleveland Alex-man, M argie Daly and Helen Me- ander of Chicago are at the Hotel St. Clure. ca!herine, awaiting the arrival of the SOCIAL AND pERSONA" t~bs, when Mr. Alexander will corn-Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ellingwood and raence his training. Skipper Jack Kendall entertained a SOCIAL AND PERSONAL "Hack" Miller arrived in Avalon Unday. That afternoon he took a U~e to Middle Ranch and returned ~ne "feeling fine." He will corn- thence his training next week. Miller Says that he weighs 215 pounds. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL There were two formal banquets at ~hhe Hotel St. Catherine last week. One Ursday evening for the annual gath- ;r)ng of the representatives of the eeidental Life Insurance Company, 0and the second on Saturday evening r the t~nth annual meeting of the cific Co~ast Warehousemen's Asso- ciation. The splendid service and ex- cellent cuisine at the St. Catherine con- tribute m~teri~ally to the pleasure of SUch gatherings. SOC/AL AND PERSONAL ~Iiss Fthel t-[uffine of Los Angeles ~as a guest at the Hotel St. Catherine r a few days last week. During her Stay on the Island Miss Huffine visited .alnlost every point of interest (includ- nlg a trip to the Isthmus and the sil- uer haines at Black Jack) that could visited during her sojourn. Miss ffine is in the Los Angeles office of ,,e Santa Catalina Island Company. h~ve been to Catalina many times 2~Urmg the summer months," she said, uut I never saw the Island looking ~2ere beautiful than it does today. wild flowers along the roads are Very pretty anti the hillsides are just earl~eted with green grass." Catalina will give you the rest of Y0ur life. Come to Catalina. party of friends at their Sumner ave- nue cottages over the week-end. The party cruised over on the Skip Jack Jr. Undaunted by the cold water many of the party went swhnming and aqaa- planing about Avalon bay. The party of fourteen returned to the continent Monday afternoon. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Dr. R. V. Baker of the CatalinaHos- pital reports that all the following pa- tients are showing remarkable progress, and that most of them will be able to leave the hospital within the next few days. Judge George E. Daul, Mrs. R. E. Houston, Mrs. H. Tregarthen, Mrs. W. H. Gregg, "Mike" Cameron and "Chicken" John Brinkley. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hand were Island visitors last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Hand have many friends in Ava- lon who cMled on them at the Forest- ers Inn during their short stay here. They expect to ]cave for their home in Chicago about March 1. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. t'. K. Wrigley and son of Chicago arrived at Avalon Saturday for a month's vacation at the Wrigley home, Mt. Ada. Mr. P. K. Wrigley is president of the William Wrigley Jr: Company of Chicago. THE CATALINA ISLANDER On Tuesday 04 last week Mr. Ed Cousins, employed on the new Strand Theatre building, had the misfortune to fall from a scaffold and fracture his shoulder. He is rapidly recovering. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Subscribe now:--S2 per year. A SURPRISE TO THE DIFFINS IS GIVEN THEM AT "EL NIDA" On Wednesday evening, February ISth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diffin, at their ho~Ic, "El Nklo," received one of the most agreeable surprises since moving into the new house. Twenty- three of their friends franled a sur- prise party. (So closely was it kept a secret that even the editor of the Catalina Islander did not learn of it), :and walked in upon them at 8:30 p. m. For about fifteen minutes the Diffins were lost in the bewilderment of ex- citement, but after they became settled to the fact that the crowd was all there, and their escape taken care of, the dogs, Pal and Peggy put to bed, the stage was set for Mr. Mickey Ahern to make his bnpromptu present- ~tion speech. Mickey made a fine talk. The floor lamp which he pre- sented as a token of the visiting guests esteem and friendship, was very beau- tiful and artistic. Mr. and Mrs. Diffin were so overcome with surprise that they were speechless. (Editor's note: Imagine that [) The evening was spent listening to the radio; talking over olden times, and how Mr. Payette fooled Harry by going up earlS, to get distance and then, just when it was time to meet the others, departed for h:ome, saying: "Your radio is no good; me for bed," so you can picture the look on Harry's face when fifteen minutes later the crowd walked in unheralded. Refreshments were served, and ~t twelve o'clock everybody departed for home. Gee! it was some surprise--but a happy one. The following ladies and gentlemen made up the surprise party: Mr.and Mrs. Charles Hmnmond, Miss Elaine Hammond, Mr. John S. Hammond and Miss Sarah Hammond of Mattapoisett, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. Ch~p- man, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glidden, Mrs. Seth Glidden, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Payette, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Ahern, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hall, Master Sonny Hall, Mrs. C. A. Criswell, Master Bill N~sh, Mrs. E. P. Shields, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cameron. SOCIAL AND PERSONA/ "Following Jesus" will be the sermon topic at the Community (Congrega- tional) Church at 10:30 A. M. next Sunday. The closing feature of this service will be the observance of the "Lord's Supper." At the church ser- vice a,t 7:00 P. M. the sermon topic will be "In Self-Defense." THE CATALINA ISLANDI~R With nearly a thousand passangers arriving on the steamship Avalon Sun- day, Crescent avenue and adjacent streets presented a lively appearance. THE CATALINA ISLANDER Miss Maybel Raynard of Los Ange- les has been the guest of Miss Eunice Hart, at her holue on Descanso avenue, for several days. THE CATALINA ISLANDER Mrs. Saylor, sister of Arthur Sure- meier, together with his niece, Mrs. Baker, both of Sa~ Diego, were Ava- lon visitors last week. THE CATALINA ISLANDER The framework is np for the new home for P. S. Allen on Maiden Lane, It shows up fine from Crescent avenue. THE CATALINA ISLANDER The concrete floor of the new Strand Theatre has been laid, and the hoarse is rapidly approaching completion. THE CATALINA ISLANDER AMERICAN LEGION All ex-ser~'ice men who have not yet received their Legion cards are urged to see Adjutant Ben Ogden at once. PAGE SEVEN A note from William J. Quinn, gen- eral manager of the United Theatres, conveys the infor~nation that "Greed," the much-talked of Von Stroheim pi.et- nre, has been secured for showing here early in March, prior to subur- ban showings in Los Angeles. THE CATALINA ISLANDI~R Last week work was commenced on the East Side Terrace for another handsome new home. It is being built for E. E. Emerson of Los Angeles, and is located just below the home of Mr, and Mrs, Walter L. Spurgin. THE CATALINA ISLANDICR The largest dance party of'the sea- son was observed at the Casino on Saturday evening. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts, Wanted--Housework, or care of children, at any hour, by experienced governess. Address H. M., P. O. Box 1014. 7-8-9 AQLETS For Sale---Piano in excellent condi- tion. Can be seen at the Foresters Inn. Apply Frank Johnson, Secretary Fraternal Order of Eagles. 6 ADL~'TS For SMe--Secrest Pressure Cooker. In good condition. Apply to Frank Johnson, ForestersInn, Clemente avenue. 6 ADLI~TS For Sale--One 4 cylinder, four-cycle, 9-12 H. P. Universal Marine Motor, Propellor and Shaft. $100:00. Will demonstrate. Vic Lytle, Box 1496, Avalon. 6tf ADLETS For Sale--Radio Corporation Super Heterodyne. In perfect condition, with tubes, loud speaker, and loop. Address Major Lawrence Mott, Avalon. 6tf ADLETS Wanted--L0cal solicitor for sub- scriptions on .commission. Apply at Catalina Islander office. 4tf, ADLETS For Sale--Or will rent subject t~ sale. "Dan's Harbor," 127 Vieudelou avenue, 55 1-3 feet frontage by 120 feet deep. Five-room California bung- alow on upper half of lot, and large work-shop back of bungalow.. Excel- lent view of Avalon bay. Desirable location for any one wishing to become a resident of Avalon. Address Capt. O. I. Danielson, 134 East 69th St., Los Angeles. 6tf ADLETS WESTON HOUSE--Special winter rates. Cleanest rooms; finest beds; maid service; hot water, also baths, free. $3.00 per week up. 5tf ADLETS Look here next week ADLETS For Sale---At Catalina Island, 200 feet from bathing beach, seven-room house on front and six rooms on rear, completely furnished. Half lot adjoin- ing the house. Owner, 122 Claressa, P. O. Box 1216. Also--corner lot, Whittley and Bea- con street, two blocks from beach. Fine view of City of Avalon, ocean and mainland. 3tf ADLETS Wanted--To rent or purchase, small house and lot, or 1 or 2 lots. Prefer Whittley Ave. district. Would trade lots at Lynwood (L.A.) for same. Tay- lor, 353 Pacific Ave., Long Beach. 5Off ADLETS Rooms and Board can be had at the Margaret Inn, 237 Sumner avenue, at 'reasonable rates. Home cooking. 49tf