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MAR. 11, 1931 PAGE SEVEN PERSONAL and daughter last week-end. Avalon over the Reid returned evening. Traeger spent the the ball in Avalon the steamship made to Avalon on a.and son Arthur from a visit Witmer return- an absence both the Hotel Hotel to week-end. were among engers on the after- of Pomo- Atwater Ho- manager of !ay of Gree- several are friends of .~hler. Captain Clyde Van Marter ˝pent P.-T. A. MEETING The following program was then the week-end in Avalon. presented: Selections by the Orchestra, under Patsy Ruth Miller was among the By Mrs. S. E. Carpenter the direction of Miss Lois Elliott: arrivals in Avalon by plane Sunday. Avalon High School was opened "Intermezzo," "Homeless" and "Prin- for the regular monthly meeting of tess Tiptoe." Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Shepherd the P.-T. A. last Wednesday evening, "Needs of the Library," by Miss of 3651 Broadway Place, Los Angeles, March 4th. The ~eeting was openedRex. are visiting their friends on the Is- by singing "America the Beautiful," Beautiful colored slides of the Se- land, Dave L. Cullen and daughter followed by the salute to the flag. quoia National Park, and movir:~" pie- Opal, at National Camp. Mr. Shep- In the business meeting a report of tures of a mountain trip from Sequoia herd has made many trips to the Is- the second card party showed $18.50 to Yosemite, by Mr. Hurley of the land for his health. He is a Spanish as the proceeds, to be used in the el- Long Beach schools. War veteran and holds the "Congres- ementary school where most needed• ~-:o:------ sional Medal of Honor," the highest Miss Head spoke of the dental Congre#ttional Church Notes honor our Government can bestow on a soldier, sailor or officer in line of needs of our school children. She battle before the enemy, for gallan:- said the P.-T. A. could not begin to ByT. Hilton Ratcliffe, D. D. try and intrepidity above and beyond pay for what is necessary to be done. the call of duty. He won his medal The county has traveling units forWednesday, Mid-Week Meeting, in the battle of El Caney, Cuba, July dental clinic work and they may help 7:30. Visitors are cordially invited'. 1, 1898. Mr. Shepherd is now Colond~: us. Plans for aiding this necessaryLadies' Aid Friday afternoon. All Commander of his old regiment asso- dental work were discussed and theladies invited. elation, the 7th U. S. Infantry, and parents and teachers feel hopeful that Sunday, March 15: they meet once a year to renew old the future will bring dental help. Church School' 9:30. Classes for all acquaintances. , The third in the series of card par- ages. Morning Worship, 10:30. Sub- ..____ : ties was announced for March 10th.ject, "Religion's Dynamic." GUEST DAY AT CLUB Mrs. Orr gave a report of the Found-6:00 p.m. Young People's Society• : ers' Day luncheon in Long Beach All high school students and young The program of the Mary Wiiliams February 18. Nearly 500 attended; people cordially invited. Club on Thursday afternoon will be,not only those from Long Beach, but Evening Worship 7:30. Subject, "A one of rare interest, as Miss Ranm state Parent-Teacher officers, andWorld-Wide Message•" Miss Elizz- Bennett, nutritionist of the Los An- prominent guests. Mrs. F. O. Me- beth MacLean will read Henr~ Van g˘les County Tuberculosis and Health Cullough, past state president, spoke Dyke's "God. of the Open Air.'- - O Association, which is supported by on "Recreation." "Nowadays mothers -----: :-~- Christmas seals, will be the speaker, have more leisure for recreation than It has been announced that on It has been decided to make the ever before• It's not right that rail- April 10-11-12 William Wrigley Jr., afternoon guest day, and it is hoped lions should be expended annually for with theapproval of Bobby Jones, that every club member aud many recreation for men, children, and will sponsor a. Bobby Jones trophy guests will avail themselves of the lop.- younger more athletle women, whileamateur golf tournament over the portunity to hear Miss Bennett.Her mothers and older women have re- eighteen-hole Country Club course• subjectwill be, "Food Fads and markablyfew recreational facilities• The trophy will be a silver statue of Facts." "Oldo~ w,~rv-n m-st seek to pre- Bobby Jones, the world's most famous There will be other features on lbe serve the individuality which made golfer, which will be placed in a per- program that will be of interest to them interesting as girls and to carry manent trophy ease inthe clubhouse those who attend. Mrs. D. M. Ren- out the idea that education and activ- here, and each year the winner of the ton is chairm~tn of the Hea!th Co;n- ity don't stop after a woman gets to Bobby Jones trophy tournament will mittee. The program will be given be 40. Tho creator of future citizens have his name engraved on the silver. at 2:30 P. M. at the club rooms Gn must be afforded opportunity to re-base. The winner will then be given Crescent av-'nne, create herself." a replica of: the statue. " ' , | , " ...... ir-'m "'l " Tad Gray has ALTAR SOCIETY NOTES THE ISLANDER ADLETS astal'liug Gen- Tickets are now on sale for the ors in four Card Party to be given by the Altar Society Tuesday evening, March 17th A careful reading of these Adlets will reveal many bargains that oth- Catalina ave- in the Arcade Building. The commit- tees have prepared not only for wise you might miss. of friends bridge and five hundred tables, but week. The for any other games the guests may RATES--10 cents per line Platt, Mrs. prefer. So do not hesitate to buy • L. Heustis. ticket just because you do not play For Sal~---By owner, large care Beautiful Fox Fur Skins for. sale bridge, with fountain. For information ad- che~p--direct from fox farm. Apply supermten- The refreshment committee is corn- dress Box 235, Avalon. 10tf 338 F~ucalyptus Ave. 10p Coil- Avalon posed of ladies who KNOW C˘&OE ^DL~VS REFRESHMENTS and how to serw Piano Tuning---W. H. Kimball, the Hemstitching -- At White House preached at them. A door prize' of a $2.50 GOLD piano tuner is in Avalon.Leave or- Apartments. 10ft .tional Church PIECE is to'be g!ven, beside lovel~ ders at this office. 10 AoLers prizes for the games. AOLerS Waitresses wanted--for extra work. who So come and share in the good For Sale--Income property, close in. Mark's Coffee Shop. I0 West .things being prepared. The ladies are At a bargain. Write Box 1063, Avalon. AOLe~S return t~ putting forth their best efforts to ^oLer~ Boys Wanted--We can show you his visit make this an enjoyable evening. Tick-A Bargain --Orthophonic Victrolahow to make plenty of spending mon- who is ets may be. obtained from the mere- and records. Apply 107 Sumner. 10ft.ey and get all kinds of sporting goods, ~tel Glenmore bers of the Society, or at the door ~e~s watches and other prizesby easy advertising And don't forget that $2.50 gold piece SO YOU MAY KNOW pleasant work right in your own You may be the lucky one. "When you give a party and you want neighborhood. Apply to Windle's --: o:------ it to be a success, be sure you have News Stand. Phone 77. Vqilliams Club MRS. J. R. GIDDINGS a supply of Macbeth's Honey Kist ,-t-,x, teld at the ENTERTAINS AVALON Popcorn Crisp. Then it will be a For Rent--Five-room house, neatly Th'e NEEDLEWORK GUILD grand success. Then later youcan furnished, including piano. Fine fire- Walton, serve those famous Double-Jointed,place, sitz bath, hot and cold shower, it a suet A beautifully appointed luncheon Double-Breasted Jumbo Peanuts, andcooler, refrigerator. Sleeping aceom-.. e turned over was given last week by Mrs. J.R. your guests will tell you on leaving modations for six or seven. Two bed- Giddings of Pasadena to the members that they have certainly enjoyed the rooms. A regular home place. Will of the Avalon Needlework Guild. evening. Macbeth, the Popcorn Man rent until June 15th, or by the year. °Stess at the Spring flowers and ferns were ef- at the Piggly Wiggly will fill your Apply to Chas. H. Smith, Islander of- two summers, fectively used in the decorations of order. If you don't trade with me,rice. 7 the week- the Giddings' home. The luncheon we both lose money. *m-,,vs several table was embellished with bowls of *UL"TS For Rent--Rooms and co:tages by Mrs. May yellow jonquils and hyacinths. Tall RtLdio Serviet~--Does your set need year, month or week. Mrs. Westbrook, Mrs. Pearl yellow tapers in gold holders added the radio doctor? Phone 61--Guion's217 Sumner Ave. 34tf ~tine, M. to the effectiveness of decorations, as reasonable and efficient radio service. Aocxw Everett did the place favors of gold baskets AoLevs For Rent--Modern flats, hardwood Angeles. of nuts and bonbons. Following the Work Wanted floors, overstuffed living room set, tile t.uncheon the ladies spent a pleasant ~ bath, electric refrigeration, included in past week afternoon in conversation and needle-Wanted--work by day or month, rent. Sleeps six persons. Rent, $60.00 McMur- work. Experienced in restaurant and hotel per month. Apply Brown Bobble Win. Those present were Mrs. Paul Gid- work. Phone 556. 10 Care. 2tf Rohl, dings, Mrs. A. L. Hamilton, of Pasa- AOLeTS e as guests; dena, Mrs. D. M. Renton, Mrs. F.B. Young Man wants work. Willing For Sale---Lefavor's Place, 332 Met- and family; LeVitt of Pasadena, Mrs. C. D. Bill-and experienced. Box 262, Avalon. tf ropole Ave. Large lot, 40x120, 5-rm. Davis and heimer, South Pasadena, Mrs. J.C. AoL~vs house on rear 40, leavhag front 40x80 Garnett Wright and Mrs. Elen~r Wright of Work Wanted--Young man, outof dear to build income; 3 bedrooms and "Mon- Glendora, Mrs. Earl Osborne, Mrs. J'. work and out of money, wants work.20-ft. glassed sleeping porch Bearing "Bor- Granz, Mrs. T. Murdouck and Miss Unskilled. Box L, Islander ol~ee. 6tf orange," lemon, 'tangerine, fig~ peach, I~ennelvr M. Jouchin of Los Angeles, anti the Ao~exs apricot and plum tr.~es; others coming and friends. 't . hostess, Mrs. J. R. Giddings. Jane Work Wanted--Young man, experi- in. Roses, shrubbery and flowers; A " chmar and Giddings, small granddaughter of Mrs. eneed worker, desiresemployment, comfortable place, furnished as is• Giddings, was also a guest. Phone 96-R. 6p Ekluity $4,000 mtge. $2,000. 12