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March 8, 1934

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JTliURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1934 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL -~Irsl j. Richman visited the main- land Over the week-end. Barr came over Saturday to week-end in Avalon. atalina Sea Scouts enjoyed a cruise Friday night. Mary Conrad returned Sunday brief trip across the briny Oswald returned to Avalon after spending some time in R. V. Baker and daughter re- Sunday from a business trip metropolis. Maxine Carson was a south- lssenger on the steamship on Sunday. Lillie, Jr., was among the es aboard the "Avalon" Fri- to the mainland. ~1 Stanley came over again Sun- to see his Avalon friends--who Grover Alexander is having a with the Cubs during their on the Island to get himself in, ~e. He will do considerable pitch- as they are short on pitchers. (21)~ R. Martin president of the Tuna "uU i ' -- few ', s over on the mainland for a gre a_aYs with his sister, Mrs. J. ~i. thei~n~eld. They plan to return to Vee~t. uome here by the end of the fSteve Williams suffered a severe ai;~Ure of the left ankle Saturday S01eraon, while working at the Mau- bit_,"',a. After treatment at the hos- l~e~[,he was taken to his home at my Beach. Mable Black, of Los Angeles, of Boston, Mass., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. for a few (lays last week. enjoyed the beauty of Catalina es to return here for a longer m the near future. q't ~e':e following Chicago newspaper 1~ arrived Sunday with the Cubs: I~I~WPrell, American; John Keyes, ~ra,,~~ Herb Simons, Times; Irving I