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A ISLANDER PAGE THREE AND PERSONAL .~L AND PERSONAL Alex ('bisholln were 'hUes who returned from ~m thc 1day. steamship "Cata- AND PERSCNAL Pr(q)rietor o~" hvo ()f ry Stores, was a ~l.lltIhty he Sh.am,ahil, "'Catalhm," )e Illainland cm bllsilless. AND PERSONAL rs. H. I). MacRae were sell;zers ,m the steam- t)rt ,'qtlllday afternoon, Angeles to b,ok after Itlterests there. ~k ANI3 PERSONAL bll)l)er of Spokane, May B. Sehrock of are occul)yin~, the Gid- at the foot ~)f Crescent as gtlest s. ANI~ PERSONAL accompanied bv and Arthur, was a norti~ on lhe steamship nday afternoon She in Los Angeles. ~rnishings fc~r the new the \Vest Side Ter- rea(ly f,,r .ecupan- Sunday, March 13th, was the thir- lcelHh wed(ling amfi~ersary ,~f Xlr. and Mrs. Edgar B. Bulls of Pcbl)ly l'each. In celebration thereof several friends ;~a~c them a surprise visit SuNday e\ cnlng. '['hey had a very ])]eaSalll s,~cial time. Thc friends who called ,n lhcm were Mr. an(l Mrs. it. Slauvh- tcr, Mr. and Mrs. Hewer and XIr. aml Mrs. 1:. B. LeVitl. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL l,aurance C. J,)nes, l~rincipal of lilt I'iney \Voods Sch.ol for colored vomh in Mississippi, spenl last week-end in \valon with a g,.r()lll) (tf siilvers from Ilis school. They sang several lilllt.s over Radio KF\V() and at the morn- ing service at the C-mmunily Chm'eh. b~verywhere they were lHOSI heartily received. This is the same group that :aave a concert in lhe Avalon Chllrch a few weeks aao, and they were s,) charmed with the Island that lhey eag:erly took a(Ivanlave of an Olq)or- mnity lO make another visit here lie- fore starting eashvarll in lheir camp car. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Maxine Cars(m was hostess at a hirthday dinner, :it the h(nne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Cars(re. on \hittley avenue, Saturday evtmin~, in celebration of her twelfth birlhday anniversary. Pink and greeen was tllc color schenle prevailin~ ()it the daintily decorated table and as it lit- tin~ finish to adelightful dinner, a lovely birthday cake was cul. The yOtlllg ~,uests, wit,) were mcnll)ers (if a st'Willg~ chlb,then attended tilt' Strand Theatre. 'l'lmse i)resent were Itch.he Rassan. Mildred S1)rlnkh', Calherine Fullerton, l,ilyan Mc(;arry I]aze] Zhniuerlllall of ]*asadcna and Maxinc Carson. SOP-IAL AND PERSONAL ()lllt'r ])ersonais Oil l)a~es 0 itlld 7 An idea + Action=profit A progressive coffee distributor devised a new container with the brand name a earing on one side and the word "sugar,' 'salt," or some otker household commodity for which the can could later be used, on the other side. The idea would appeal to housewives and ~ick distribution was needed. Nineteen Long istance calls to dealers in nine states resulted in eighteen orders-total 27,128 pounds of coffee. Telephone sales efficiency, 94.7%. When your business demands quick action, depend upon Long Distance telephone service to accomplish results speedily and at low cost. Among the many new and practical uses of Long Distance you will no doubt find some applicable to your business. These will be cheerfully discussed with you upon request to the business office oftheTelephoneCompany. nce combines eed with economy g [ Dress Trousers and Golf Knickers with Coats to match. Phone 151 PAY CASH--PAY LE88 10-oz. Rub-No-More Washing Powder ................................ 10c 6-oz. Pkg. Rub-No-More Flakes ...................... '. ..................... 10c Pure Leaf Lard, per lb ............................................................. 20c Good High Grade Butter, per lb ............................................. 54c Quart Jar Gold Medal Salad Dressing .................................... 80c Tropic Jam, Apricot, Fig or Peach, 4 lb. Jar ........................ 80c No. 21/2 Cans Tropic Pineapple, per can ........ 23c 2 for 45c Newmarks Extra Brand Peas, per can .................................... 20c No. 2 Cans Seal Hominy ........................................................... 10c er Atwater Hotel Bldg. 131 Sumner Avenue Telephone 104 r l~()()l,: licc()IninR t() ()thcrs b\ c()minR t() tlS AT Hotel St. Catherine })tqmlar prices- vct -cclusivc service Marinello Specialist Cultured in trc:ttmcnts fi,r lIcautif3in,< ;tnd Satisfy in;.: Scientific Facials for Oily, Dry or Wrinkled Skin Soft \vat,:r shanll)()t)s Experienced Operators Only IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER AGGREGATE RESOI'RCES ntore than 3Z4 MILLION8 Pacific-Southwest Resources .... $217,232.843.941 Fire National Resources .... 105.684.142.76/ First Seeurilles (Capital and Sulplus) . I, 100,000.OOJ If you don't have time to come to the Bank, write us about a Banking-by -Mail account . . simple and convenient. PACIFIC-SOUTHWEST BANK CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH H. H. ALEXANDER, Manager PHONE 70 / J