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March 8, 1934     The Catalina Islander
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L LANI * AY, MARCH 8, 1934 ,J $(~IAL AND PERSONAL ~cls, Catalina is the gem of them all. t~atCa~hn Lazar st->cnt Sunday in Ava- TI:e "Seaward" left for the mainland ~e coast1"' -- on Sunday afternoon. ~er of[,. " ..... "---- -',a, tam,ord r,',urn RHO A WIL,IE IVES RECITAL Its ,~[hn'~rJvalon heine on the noon boat Miss Rhoda Wilkie~--7 formerly of Av- tsagleOr"uay" alon will give a piano recital in the fficcr L. B. \Viggins came from a brief visit to and Mrs. E. E. Barden of rasadena ~ere for a few last Week. over Ralph Tuttlc came c, ver Sat- ad spent the week-end at her avenue residence. Mrs. Harry J,~hnson were Avalonites who returned mainland on Saturday. former Avalon resi- an Avalon visitor Thursday. were glad to greet 'him. of the Comnmnity Con- Church is very busy these rag a special nmsical pro- Faster services. dbright of KNX, accompau- rs. Albright and son, spent boats here ou Sun- like Catalina Island. at the Tuna Club over include A. R. Martin, Mankowski, Bing Crosbv, H. andall and Ed. H. Groenen- County Rotarians to the qq~roximately 125, enjc~yed of the Hotel St. Cath- OVer th't. week-end, with a ban- Saturday. evening. Randall was in Avalon Sat- urning to his Ahadena home He said it almost Weep t,~ have to leave the 'thing was so attractive here. meeting of the Catalina will be held March 15th. pine of Mrs. Lvtte, for 1 -~Irs. Davis will be hostess. Pleasephone 439 you can atteud. Jt~hn B. Toomav was the guest Santa Ebcll Clubhouse at Fullerton tomor- row evening. Her program will be as follows : M~;onlight Sonata ................ Beethoven (a) Adagio Sostenuw (b) Allegretto Prelude in C. Sharp Minor ............ ...................................... Rachmaninoff Le Papill.on (The Butterfly) ._Lavallee Tremolo .................................... Gottschalk Dr. Gradus ad Parnassu:n .... Debussy (;~,lliwog's Cake Walk .......... Debussy Saltareiio .......................................... Heller M*ss Wilkie will be assistedby Georgia Carroll, mezzo-sc,l,rano. CATALINA A garden o, beauty /or you and for me ; A corner of Heaven, that fell in the sea. Where everything seems to make life worth while, On this beautiful Paradise--Avalon Isle. .N,_~ pretlier spot on earth can be fotmd, \Vith an ideal climate the whole year 'round. Its beauties aim wonders you canno: forget, And to leave it behind is your vnly regret. With a gorgeous sunset, "Aloha" they play As you come to the end of a per- feet day. G,~ where you will, but this bear in mind-- It's the nearest to Heaven, on Earth you can find. --Stockdale. DEDICATED TO TAX EATERS His horse went dead, and his mule went lanle, Aud he lost six cows in a poker game ; Then a hurricane caule on a sunlnler day, And blew the house where he lived away ; An earthquake came when that was gone, PAGE THREE ill Do Your Shopping BE " You Buy I o w-KI Petrolagar ............................ 85 Syrup of Pepsin .................. 39 Agarol ...................................... 96 Lavoris, large size .............. 66 Antiseptic Sol. pint ............ 23 P-X Disinfectant ................... 19 Pebeco Toothpaste, new .... 19 Hinds Honey & Almond .... 19 D jet Kiss Face Powder ........ 29 Fitch's Shampoo .................... 39 Evening in Paris Powder Lip Stick, Perfume, all 96 .IATT ON'S MACBETH'S COLUMN AVALON DRI Iff, CO. If you don't trade with me we both lose money--see ! So the people may know: We will send the Catalina Islander, postpaid, to any address in the United States, for: Three Months ..................................... 50 Six Months ........................................ $1.00 One Year ............................................ $2.00 Three Years ........................................ $5.00 H. B. Howd is one of the capable quarrymcn at work at Pebbly Beach. J. D. Young is employed bv Carl Carson, Avalon's well known plumber. Homer Rost is the baker who turns .ut such fine bakery, goods at the Cat- alina Market. Glen Irwin is ~me of the many work- men now employed in building the beautiful Wrigley mausoleum at the far end of Avalon Valley. lee Arno of Pasadena has succeeded lack lYe Neglio as manager at the i2atalina Fish Market. Jack will be back next summer. Mr. Amp will shortly be joined by his wife. \Ve c(mgratulate Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore of the W'hite Cap Cafe upon securing the services of \V. R. (Dick) XV'bitwell, the capable chef who is so well known in Avalon. Dick says he is very glad to again be back in Ava- hm. where he can breathe pure air. Mrs. Harry J. Bathe of Hollywood came t- Avalon recently to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert E. Batho. .Mrs. Gladys ~Valdon of Wihnington Joe Amp, the new manager of the Fish Market is right up to date. He has subscribed for the Catalina Is- lander. The "Dollar Day" in Avalon proved a great success--judging by what the business men who advertised for it, say. -- "O:-- "How's Rudolph getting along noW" ?" "Fine! He has a new job, with good pay." "But I thought he was a .victim of St. Vitus's dance." "He is, but he got a chance to play the saxophone in a jazz band and the leader said Rudolph was just the man he'd been lo~)king for."--The Path, finder. For Rent--Fur. cottage apts. Winter rates--S12, $15, $18, $20, $25 per too. Mrs. Westbrook, 217 Sumner Ave. 36. Ana Congregational And swallowed the/andthe house came over last week to visit her par- n Wednesday evening of this stood on. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon,of the " Crescent Plaoto Shop.- ~ere he gave an address on And then the tax collector came His subject was "The Val- around, \V. 1. Te:nbv went across the pond (i\r! ",~"':~et? ' ' : "-i [;'sol he Avr, tat, Nith and the And chargedthe ground.him up with a hole in [ tt'~;kt, ers andsonand Mrs T~n;~neY and Mrs. ~V. \V. Hewett of --Congressional Record. Hover. ~each are staving at their Is-' Catalina mountai--~n;,;eean~ana breeze! S.S. Silva has returned to work, l'mel~lfrHewetta moJ~th,beingat 238a Marillagreat Let. take the trtp and enjov all these reeeni injury. "'r. '~ having sufficiently recovered from a A place to rest; a place to" plav, T.V. Burrows came in from Braw- , l~es to watch the boys work -~,fnch more to see; much less to pay. lev last week for a short visit among # Cub Park His original home ~.~.~.~..:~.~.~.:~:~.~.~..~.:+..:+..:~ his Catalina friends. ago.' ~Vm. " i WINE! ILuis \V" Enderle' me f the cap- ~ al0~r~ Crawford returned to Av, able waiters at the Hotel St. Cather- / ~eeks Un.day, after spending several ine, enjovs reading the Islander from I o-ss ~aSaden~ah, her daughter in South week to ~'eek. ~1 mar~y , ~, because of illness Her ~ Chris Nelson got in a burry to reach agai ~r~ends are" lad _o s,", i " 89 ~ ii the mainland the other day__so he i=ii ,.. n ~ .~ ~ g I ~ee her home "uer~t'.'mu wish for continued improve- flew over. E ~tl her health. C : Visit" HOWard of Long Beach was ~ Full Quart Of i ~ ~ ~'~~:'~.':.'~~~~~:4~ i M { " " stated :r last week. ~Ir. Howard The Staff of Life ~.Val%mat he made his first trip to uscatel ,~.S 1-h,,atl 1905, and since that time he t~a ~c?ue fre uent crss-channe "PSi~ Na,.""rtiei, goh.pateq'm the local fishing' l tr,and FShm i i When huylng bread insist nly n Hver's Bread" Made i, and Baked on the Island------always fresh. Our sliced hreael a38, ss~an Conservation Camps Nos. is supreme for those school lunches. s~r~ted'*~46, 606 and 604 were repre- Old California Vintage ruy delegates nearly 300 in . Try a loaf today and be convinced of its Superior Quality. 2'e ~1"" n Saturday" Thev enjyed i ]SLAN0overPItAItMAI]Y i i, ~arin2~S'bttomed l~oat tril{ the BUTTER-CRUST SANDWICH ~r~ardeus and the skyline drive. ~~..+...~..~.~.~.~.~,~.~ :+. "~Ved t_ ay two more dele"ations ar- WHOLE WHEAT FRENCH C ''rm Camps 544 and g1343. DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT X,~ eeil ]) . ------- a~.~ek.en.,. cleMille was over for the SIDE--AFFECTS HEART :. , i ~,U%rd ,~': With a par iv of guests If stomach GAS prevents sleeping ~ HOOVER S PIGGL Y- WIGGL Y 2tr d-'.us beautiful yacl{t "Seaward". on right side try Adlerika. One dose ~i~a-li~a"V[llle is a great bster fr"ne , arid , . briugs out poisons and relieves gas ~ al~dHOOVER'SMARKET S tL has told the writer many pressing on heart so you sleep sound- ~ecrtie u at of all the many beautiful ly all night PLACES he has visited in his tra- ISLAND PHARMACY i " .......................... :"': ; " ; :