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March 11, 1931

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MAR. 11, 1931 PAGE THREE FOR BOYS TERM DANCE A. Haskins dance nd School for February 28. 'lved On the "Cat- Under the able scar T. Lawler of Bey- respective- at the school. and a luxuri- them on the them to the At this well- :hey lunched on le expert cooks now how to lxre- School at about 3 part of the att- witnessing a the Catalina Charlotte Hall, Frances Freer, Helena Nottmeyer, Anne McNanghton, Betty Barnard, Leslie Alice Huntington, Virginia Voorhis and Ann Wyman from Pasadena; Evelyn Meier, Jan,T Vosburg, Betty Bailey and Dt~rothy Ann Bissel from Azusa; Janet Don- aldson, Peggy Lewis, Betty Murietta. Louise Sterry, Janet Haskins, Cor- nelia Allen, Kay Rt)berts and Mary Rogers from Los Angeles ; Sylvia Wright from Santa Barbara; Peggy Pascoe from Palo Alto and Pauline Soucia from San Diego. On the dance committee were W. Stuart Spaulding, chairman ; Charles A. Haskins and Theodore C. Lyster, with Mr. Robert Heilbron as faculty adviser. The school is greatly indebted to the Santa Catalina Island Company: firstly, for the superfine orchestra; secondly, for their efficient transpor- tation service; and, thirdly, for their great generosity in lending all the electrical supplies and other decora- tions, without which the dance would and the Webb not have been possible. at2 Immediately A very good time was enjoyed by tea was served all, it is needless to say. Broken are ueautiful of the the hearts of the now melancholy PatiOs, built instudents. They are still on the en- the shades of chanted isle in person, 'tis true, but evening attire their romantic thoughts are over on preparatory the mainland with their sweethearts. to the dance and youth, re- health and room. The the complete the S. S. two pieces as their first Earful." and can be " orchestras as 'arl Burtnett's. BALL BRILLIANT SUCCESS In point of brilliance, success and attendance, the Sixth Annual Ball given in honor of the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels, visiting newspa- per men and their ladies at the beau- tiful Casino ballroom, eclipsed any previous event. The ladies, who oc- cupied one of the loges, formed a charming picture in their lovely even- ing gowns, set off by gorgeous arm remembered. As master of celenl(~- nies Oscar Reichow, business manager of the Los Angeles Angels, deserves another leaf added to his crown d laurels, while Andy Lotshaw, guardian of the ills and woes of th2 Cub~, add- ed enough mileage to his pe(I;,meter as emissary across the dance ttoov ~, excuse him from taking any of his own training prescriptions for tlw re- mainder of the season. As judges, Bob Kirkman, }-ber~ Lewis and Dan Cahill showed the wis- dom of Solomon and the caution of an umpire who aspires for the wt~rld's longevity record--in their decision, shared by an applauding audience. They awarded the honor of first place in the prize waltz as a tie between Miss GladysMeConnell and James Curisenbury, Chicago newspaper man, and Miss Helen Sweeney and Bob Smith, young Boston pitcher recently to join the Cub aggregation. Mr. (2rnisenbury for several years has held unchallenged the terpsichorean honors at the annual Cub ball, and again refused to be "danced" dawn. His brilliance of foot equals that of his pen. The Open Fox Trot was raced away with by Miss Loretta Sullivan and J. G. Trilnble. Prizes were do- nated by Diffin's Confectionery, Fres- co Curio Store, H. D. MacRae, Ava- lon Drug Store, and Heywoods. Comprising the committee of ar- rangements and as masters of cere- :n(~nics were Messrs. l.arry Paper, Harry Diffin and Frank Roadhouse. "l'h~: wives of baseball and newspa- t,cr men who were the honor guests of the evening and presented alto b'.,uquets as a farewell token and wish f.r their early return, included Mes- dames Harry Neily, John W. Seys, Oscar Reiehow, Rogers. Hornsby, Robert Lewis,John Connolly, Chas. Webber, Jack Lelivelt, Bo Gronin, John Schulte,Andy Lotshaw, Guy Bush, Ed Baeeht, Pat Malone, "Sher- iff" Blake, Charles Root, AI Sheeley, John Schulte, Pennington, Jackey Mays, Tom Moorei Mrs. Hornsby, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Pennington, and small son, young Bill left Catalina on the Sunday morning steamer on the first lap of their return journey to Chi- cago. Mrs. Hornsby is making the long drive by auto'. ' Summer., Winter,: Spring or Fall, Catalina's :best of all. this time we want to thank you for the patience you extended to us during the past three weeks when our store was torn up due to alterations and painting. furnished by bouquets of spring flowers presented representative to them as one of the graceful ges- and Comoanv. tures of the evening. le school'( in:vNothing was left undone by the Ig room, so fa- committee in charge to :hake tl;e oc- Tehphone BI Pator~ in the casion one that will long be hal)lilly J nonies held at ants from the and flood lights ~ 1 , 1 decorations of was more than ~I1 the electrical Under the per- Ician of the Ca- ~Vastakenfora fiUi PHONE 127 M 11-12-13-14 WE BELIVER en the joyous )oys were garb- "annel t ous B, In I " " Lr,ng on the left Pork ea s Ripe ( llv e~ the St. Cather- Wore the h,veli.- '['~'] Campbell s I Highway entrancing in [J~J ,ce . 15c[ rm of style and fil.t~ 2 16 oz. cans 2 No. i cans . . . 15c ely beyond de- :ontinued till the Our choi r ---------- rningorchestraWhenren_Un_ ~ Pen. 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