Newspaper Archive of
The Catalina Islander
Avalon, California
Lyft
February 27, 1924     The Catalina Islander
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 27, 1924
 

Newspaper Archive of The Catalina Islander produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




L, ttt rl Ik rt at E CATALINA ISLANDER ;OCIAL AND PERSONAL fr. and Mrs. D.~-'---B. Lyons of Los geles were guests at the Hotel St. .herme for several days last week. Ir. and Mrs. Hanley a~d daughter trY returned to the mainland Sun- k, after spending several weeks vis- ig Avalon friends. Grace Ashbridge spent the ek-end at San Pedro, looking over new house which "Fred" has just there. It has already been tted. at the Tuna Club last week James W. Jump, vice-president; Reed, A. C. Brode, Tom Mix, A. Fellows, Robrt B. Jump, Ed Abbott Lytle was among the week-end ;itors to Avalon. He is planning to over to stay before, long, to PAGE SEVEN EXPLAINING WHY ! The absence of Harry Hochstad- tar from the Cub party has caused so many inquiries and so much b|attlng of the mountain goats that we have investigated his where- shouts. It seems Harry, according to allegations, is a guest of several of the higher police officials in Chi- cago, Cook County. "Am detained by 'BUSINESS'- don't look for me this year," wired Harry when the question was put to him point blank. Gustavus "Five-Hooks" Axelson reports Harry bit a chunk out of the Elevated System one night in a playful moment. Good luck Harry! May you pros- per in your own inimitable way ! Mrs. J. Albert is expected home Fri- day, after spending three months on BASKETBALL SATURDAY P. M. AVALON VS. LONG BEACH HI. The local high school basketball team will play their first game of in- terscholastic ball on Saturday after- noon of this week, when they meet the Franklin Junior High School of Long Beach. The Franklin Junior High is a much larger organization than. our local school, and it will be interesting to see what our boys can do. The game will be played on the Cat- alina Country Club tennis courts at 1:30 p. m., as the Long Beach boys must catch the afternoon boat. It is hoped that the citizens of Avalon will continue their support of our team and make organized athletics a reality in our high school. BASKETBALL On Sunday afternoon there was an excited crowd present to witness a fast SPECIAL NOTICE ! The culprit who daily plucks large handfulls of my souvenir menu- postcards on his way out of the dining room is known. Moreover, unless he desists from these obnox- ious tactics, 1 will call upon the law to prosecute him to the limit. 1 don't mind the post cards, but the principle causes me to chain down the flower vases at each meal. One of his cards, bearing the initials "W. H. B.," was found by me, and 1 believe I have found the guilty party. Now, cut it out! This a'int no Chamber of Commerce publicity bureau. (Signed) Hotel St. Katherine. C. D. Pierce, Manltger. (Ed's Note--The above notice was "handed in" by one of the baseball writers.) his motor boats preparatorythe mainland, game between the High School and S. the summer season. Irs..Seeley and Billy and Grace Several of the baseball writers are C.I. Co. teams on the grammar school BALL GAME SATURDAY h " . , .... court. The game started rather slowly m ._ avmg thaw first expermnce at Cata-on the part of the Hi boys, who evi- r egarthen are visiting in Los Ange- Local ball fans are very much en- ::or a. few days. While in the met- weeklina" Watch! the Catalina Islander next dently were not quite at home on the thused over the promised game be- '_p) us they expect to see the famous dirt court. It was due mainly to Mr. tweeen the Chicago Cubs and the Cat- cture, "Ten Commandments." Dr. J. J. Peckham is having a two- McCracken's accurate basket shooting alina Cubs, scheduled for Saturday ar- My. Char~ _ room addition made to his East Ava-that the company piled up a score of ternoon. President Milton S. Patrick - ows was an Av- Ion Terrace residence. He calls it a eleven in the first half. and Secretary Laurance of the Cata- on visitor last week, and announced !s intention to build a two-story "speak easy"--whatever that may be.In the second half the Hi team lina team have done hei'oie work to 0use on his Crescent avenue property, warmed up and beg~/n to show some lirte up a formidable apposition for the Mr. A. C. Brode entertained Mr. action. It looked as if they might visitors. Last season the Catalina ft. Fellowsstatedthatthe and Mrs. George Ramsay of Los An- come out ahead, but when the last Cubs standing was at its best, and a ,ou -~ t work ,u oe commenced within sixty days. geles, at his home on Maiden Lane, gong rang the score stood 17 to 14.number of these players will be on 11"l:h.e regular meeting of the Mary for the week-end. The High School Team played the hand Saturday to show ManagerKil- whole game with the same lineup. The lefer hbw to wallop the horsehide and ~:mams Club will be held Thursday A report comes from Middle Ranch company team had a change of lineupsteal bases. "We're going to make the o::nn' February 29, at 2:30, at that one of the yachts from the main- every quarter, putting in several fresh Killefer boys take off their golf ~ ~ters Hall. It is urged that every land was anchored on the east side of men. Following was the lineup: clothes, anyway," said one of the local ~.ember who can possibly do so attend the Island Saturday, and that passen- High School--Gat't:ia, f, Shields, f, fans. ~s( meeting, as business of impor- gers from the yacht landed in a row- Duly, c, Botello g, Eddy, g. r' ce will be transacted. In answer- Jack Kendal, l and party, on board boat and "took a little lamb away from S.C.I. Team--McDowell, f, Me- the 'Skipjack, were Avalon visitors ~g roll call it is requested that the re- its mother." Cracken, f, Alexander, e, Roadhouse, g, Saturday During the blow Saturday i~_.nse be a quotation from your fay- Laurance, g, Griffith, g, VanMarter, g, night Captain Kendall pulled up the ~rlte New England poet. Mrs. Baker, wife of Dr. R. V. Baker, Cunningham, f, Moore, g. W ~ was striken with appendicitis last ~ anchor and took the craft to Catalina $'. ,,H. Gill came over on the steam- week. The Doctor took her to a Los Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Harbor for safety. ~hip Avalon" on Su .... ~waylt~' since the middlenUaY'ofatteroctober.Oeing Angeles hospital, where a successful Heidt of I,os Angeles has been locat- ~Ukng thts time Mr. and Mrs. Gill operation was performed, and she ised at the city hall for the past two now well on the way toward completedays assisting persons to file their in-Of all the words infolonel, a leisurely trip through a good " You see in book or jolonel, [l:di:n .of Uncle Sums domain--in-recovery, cOmewill betaXatreturnSthe cityfr 1923.hall untilMr Heidtnoon AnWhiChoddity,seem to me ['"' g both coasts and the central"Will" Cullen, well known to all Av- today. Is the title we spell Colonel. IPv:trythi:f Florida. Well, after seeing alonites, together with C. C. Melbourne --Everybody s ~Iagazine. g they could, Mr till re- of Los Angeles, have formed a part- Ton, Mix had a thrilling experience ~a:k:_d that he would not "give tara- nership, under the firm name of C.C. Saturday night, when he arrived here stand for all of Florida)" Melbourne & Cullen W.B., to doin his cruiser "Miss Mixit" during the ADLET RATES---Ten cents per line Mr. and Mrs. William Wri le , r painting, decorating and paper hang- northwest blow. In attempting to free per issue. Milaimum charge, 25 cts. tho have be ' g y Ji" ing. They are open for business today, For Sale Chmtp---White reed baby heir C~. en spending a month m and iocated at 229 Metropole avenue, ning gear," Tom fell overboard, buggy. Phone 105-J 7 , mcago home, returned to Cata-telephone 57. An.aal::esday the steamship on board Unless called east on busi- DOUBLE BIRTHDAY PARTY ~ess .Mr. and Mrs. Wrigley ex ect to L~a~::: at Catalina for the mo~ihs of Cub headquarters in the I{otel St. it, April and May Mr Wri le Catherine was the scene last night of greatly en:o S .... " ' g y J y his daffy horseback ride a happy double-header birthday party ~hverthe mountains. Each afternoongiven by Grover Cleveland Alexander, ~:nes the Chicago Cubs at prac- Nationals, and Mrs. Alexander. Sing- flee. the famous pitching ace of the Chicago ularly, both were born on the same The judge sometimes sa " date, February 26, though in different ~ays" t .... ys th,rty years. u mose who appear before him. ~ut Ray. LaRue C. Watson sends them Aleck modestly admitted it was his ap for life. Last Thursday anotherthirty-seventh anniversary, but added Long Beach couple came to the Magic he's only as old as he felt, which is ~le to receive a life sentence at the about twenty-one. He also expressed l":r7g:dgatinal parsonage. When they the hope that he would be hurling in Miss ~mey were George E. Firth andthe majors five years hence---a wish erth B. Cameron, but when they which is shared by thousands upon leparted they were Mr. and Mrs. Firth. thousands of loyal admirers through- :::hrtspendmg several days in Avalon, out the nation. " ~tea~lquarters at the St. Catherine The Alexanders proved charming ~otel, they returned to Lon Beach hosts to a large circle of their camp ~nere ~t,,~.. g ' followers and Island friends. aome .... :, expect to establish their Subscribe now--S2 per year. a line that had tangled in the "run- And, like all able seamen, Tom didn't wait for one of the deckhands to throw him a life-preserver. The water was cold and he scrambled out without any as- sistance. It was almost midnight. THANKS FOR SCRAP BOOKS Orthopaedic Hospital-School, Los Angeles, California. Gitche Gumee Camp Fire Girls, A~valon, Catalina Island. Dear Girls :-- I wish to thank you personally and on behalf of the organization for this, another evidence of your interest in the children of the Hospital-School. The scrap books were most welcome, and the children have enjoyed them so much. They have helped the little folk through many hours that might be lonely otherwise. Again thanking you for the kindly thought, I am Sincerely, Mary L. Binger, Superintendent. Wanted--Room and board for high school boy. Phone Avalon 6 or P. O: Box 1306. Theodore Sierks. For Sale or Trade--For Avalon prop- erty, 720 acres of land in Dent County, Missouri, 75 percent covered with vir- gin timber. Addres C. E~ Perrin, Av-' alon, California. 7 Motorboat Wanted--In trade for 1919 Chevrolett roadster. SeeMr. Cortis, at the Islander Office. 6 For Rant--Furnished cottage, 330 Whittley Avenue. 4-7 For Sale--Two-story stucco resi- dence, situated at No. 322 Catalina avenue. Price $10,000. See Real Es- tate Department, S. C. I. Co. 3-7: For Rant---Furnished flat, four rooms, bath and kitchen. A nice sun porch. Apply 316 Metropole avenue, 39tf For Sale--Corner lot, 47 ft. on Bea- con st. and 40 ft. on Whlttley av. A fine view of town, bay, mainland and mountains. Price $2000 cash or terms. Call 122 Claressa avenue, Avalon. 33tf