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ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN PERSONAL A. l),n~-lass were Friday, for a brief PERSONAL of Bellflower was :Weston House over !i: i II~RSQNAL C. Brode of the Co. was over on the week-end. returned Sat- where she the past week. PERSONAL Was Over from Pas- last week He re- Buvnham's mother, is quite serious- :AND PERSONAL effort at the will be discussed of the Community A. M. next Sunday. on the world's NA ISLANDER March 7th, rs. R. G. Kinsey, au !e young man has \Villiam. Mrs. by Avalon- Barnes, well as a whistler. PfRIle~NAL of Riverside was :r George p. Grif- last week. Dur- Hotel Atwater the Watts L. Rich- old-time Associate Club, on a fish- Capt. A. E. made a good catch failed to run into worthy Doctor SOmething to tell but luck was s trip. PERSONAL .MS CLUB of the Mary held on Thursday attractive home of on Sunshine afternoon were and Miss Maud !!: presided at the of the Presi- Carson. was prepared by who acted as committee. Mrs. S. J'. Gould- Mrs. Birdella Patrick and Mrs. general topic coy- were served by the meeting were, Wood, N. A. R. A. Doug- U. Bunneile, C. H. Gragg, D. Walton, W.V. T. Gray, F. I-~. Dora Cook, Bir- S. J. Wil- and Miss Maud meeting of the MII be held at the LeVitt, 336 Sum- will be the topic S. J. Wisdom journeyed to the main- land Friday for a short sojourn. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. R, M. Heywood and daughter are spending- some time on the main- land. SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL Mrs. Geo. E. Aull returned Saturday after spending a couple of days across the channel. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL J. E. Mathewson returned to Avalon .n Sunday's steamer, after a brief business trip to the metropolis, SOCIAL ANDPERSONAt. Harold Stamford of the Catalina Hardware Company returned Saturday from a brief business trip to Los An- geles. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Enfily A. Vaughn and her (laughter, Miss Frances Hewitt, were among the Avalonites who returned from the mainland on Monday's steamer. SOCIAL AND Pd[RItONAL Mrs. Fred E. Dyer and two daugh- ters, Eleanor and Patrieia, were pas- sengers on the steamship "Catalina" Saturday, having come to spend the week-end with Mr. Dyer. SOCIAL JNJ~ P~RSONAL Mrs. James H. Craig of San Diego and Mrs. Charles S. Tipton of ME. Harris, Colorado, mother and sister of Mrs. A. A. Powell, arrived yesterday from San Diego, to spend a few weeks iu Avalon. 3[rs. Tipton has her little grandson Bill Morgan with her. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Watts L. Richmond was at the Tuna Club for two or three days last week, during which time he fished from the "Leona," Capt. A. E. Eaton. This was his last chance on this trip to go out after any of our ~mall,er game fish, which are sometimes taken as early as March; but the water is hardly warm enough yet, after the recent heavy rains. Mr. Richmond and his wife, with their young son and daughter, are lea-;'ing on Thursday for their home in Buffalo, N. Y., and expect to sail for Europe early in May, to spend the summer in England. It is twelve years since Mr. Richmond paid his last visit to the Club, but he says he will be back again next fall. SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL A REGULAR "SHINDIG" Although Saturday, March 26th, may be a few days after "St. Patrick's Day iu the Morning," that is the date set for a "Shindig" at the Crescent Ave- nne Pavilion, under the auspices of the Avalon Parent-Teacher Association. What is a Shindlg? Well, it's some- thing of the nature of a Donneybrook Fair. Anyway, it won't cost you any- thing to get in and take a look at it. And the doors will be open at 6:30. There will be several booths, such as The Country Store, in charge of Mrs. C. F. Sweney, assisted by Miss Barrett and Mesdames Goulding and Edmundson. Candy, Mesdames Grant and Hobbs. Pig in a Poke, Mrs. Ernest McKay and helpers. Refreshments, Mrs. Hugh MacKay, assisted by Mesdames Patterson, Wil- liams and Feltrop. Fortune Teller, Mrs Hewer. Fish Pond, Mrs. George W. Greene. Rocky Road to Dublin and Kiss the Blarney Stone, Mrs. Albert Conrad. Ice Cream, Mrs. Butts, assisted 'by Mesdames LeVitt and Slaughter. Punch and Sundaes, Senior Class of Avalon High School. Miaaatrel Show, Junior Class of Ava- lon High School. Bert Scott and Truxton Ross spent the week-end in Los Angeles. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL R. M. Heywood was noted Sunday afternoon en route to the California mainhmd. SOCtAL AND PERSONAL Victor Rosen showed his pleasant countenance onthe streets of Avalon this week. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Rex'. Father Corcoran returned to Avalon on Wednesday of last week, after a brief stay on the mainland. SOCIAL AND PSRSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ma~on were among the north-bound passengers on the steamship "Catalina" ou Friday afternoon. SOCIAl. ANO PERSONAL Wilbur White, of Avalon ice and speedboat fame, spent a few hours in this city Sunday. 'Twill not be long now until he and his family will come over for the summer. ~OCIAL AND OSRSONAL P. M. Sullivan, assistant diningroom director at the Hotel St. Catherine, re- turned on the steamship "Catalina" on Thursday, after a brief stay on the United States mainland. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL "Little" Charley Porter, manager of the Catalina Marine Band, which dis- courses sweet nmsic at the Amphi.- theatre all through the summer sea- son, paid Avalon a brief visit last week. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Geo. Vq. Greene, mother of the Blue Birds, announces that the little ladies will gather at her home again next Saturday. And we'll venture the guess that almost every one of them will answer "Present" when the roll is called. SOCIAL ANn PERSONAL Among the Rotarians visiting Ava- Iota during the past week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Ecclestone of Pasadena, Mr. Ecclestone is disti'ict manager for Southern California, Ari- zona and Nevada, of a large office sup- ply concern. While here they called on Mrs. Eccleston's cousin, Rev. La.- Rue C. Watson, and family. SOCIAL AND pEI~SONAL A. C. Burns, the pleasant young gen- tleman who pilots the "Fly-~Vith-Me" hydroplane hereabouts during the busy snrmner season, brought over a car Wednesday for the Marine Airways Corporation. He is making land flights from Clover field this spring, but ex- pects to resume his Catalina sight.- seeing flights early in the summer. SOCtAL ANt) PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Brown of Syracuse, N. Y'. were Avalon visitors for several days last week, and guests at the Hotel Atwater. Fifteen years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Brown spent their honeymoon at Avalon, and each year since that time they have crossed the continent to say "hello" to their many Avalon friends. Mr. Brown is presi- dent of The Brown Brothers, Hard- ware & Paint Corl~Oration of Syracuse. SOCIAl. AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Heywood were hosts to the Katalina Kard Klub last Wednesday night at their home on Whittley avenue. A most enjoyable evening was passed in cards, and at the end of the game, the hostess serv- ed dainty refreshments. Mr. H. Diffin carried off the prize for high score. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dunkle, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Pryor, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hall, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Diffin, Mr. Mrs. Carl W. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pow.ell and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Heywood. Charley Cruz returned Monday from a brief stay across the channel. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scotter left Thurs- day for Los Angeles. They anticipate going to their old home in Wisconsin soon. SOCIAL ANO eZRSONA,- "Chicken" John Brinkley is back on Catalina, and after spending a few days at the Atwater Hotel, has again takeu up his residence in the canyon just above the chicken ranch. "All shaven and shorn," and dressed up in a neat suit, John has apparently re- newed his youth. SOCIAl. AND PSRSONAL Missionary Meeting Mrs. Sullivan's, on Friday, Is the place and time. Come, and bring your mite box, And with it a rhyme. Come, and join the ladies. We'll have a happy "time, Bring with you an offering-- We're glad of every dime. All ladies invited. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Subscribe now. $Z.O0 per year. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 ctL For Sale---M0del K Hot Point Vac-' uum and attachments. See Mrs. Le- favor at Lefavor's Store. 10tf ADLETS Elderly Man Wants--Janitor or lawn work. In.quire at 349 Sumner Ave. H. Reincck. 10p i A OII.IrTS Weston House---Rooms, cottage and ! bungalette for. rent. Reasonable. 145 : Marilla Ave. Phone 86W. Miss Bar- rett iu charge. 10~ ADLtrTS i For Sale----By owner. Residence lot on Catalina Ave. (withintwo blocks of Ocean front). Terms. P. O. Box 1262, Avalon, Calif. 10tf ADLETS For Sale--Five room furnished cot- tage at 323 Catalina Ave. Price $4,000. Good income. Address ~wner, Mrs. M. Hoover, 1237 East Main Street, Alhambra; Phone Alhambra 336. A~LtTS Wanted--Hear front owr~er of good Ranch for sale. Cash price, particulars. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, Minn. ADLETS For Sale-~-A real bargain. My beau- tiful lot (35x79) East A~/alon Terrace, overlooking Band Amphitheatre and Avalon Bay. Address owner, Mrs. M. J. ~,Vestbrook, Box 1058, Avalon, Calif. 4tf. ADLETS For Salc--Bargain--4-pi~ee bedroom suite, 2 rugs, 9x12; 1 Davenport Table, 1 chair, 1 couch-bed, 1 gas plate, 3- burner; 1 Oak Dining table, and dish- es and cooking utensils. Telephone 55-J. 8tf ADLETS Piano Wantsd--Have you a piano for rent? Telephone Avalon 101-M. 8tf ADIJETS For Loase---5 room furnished cottage, 323 Catalina Ave. Call on owner. Mrs. M. E. Hoover. 8 AOLETS For R~at--Five-Room Flat located on Whittley avenue. Enquire at Win- dle's News Stand. ADLETS Payette's Shoe Shop--"You bring 'era, we fix 'em." It pays to keepyour footwear in good condition. I09 Sum- ner avenue. 48tf AOLETS For Sale---By Owner, lot 20 x 120, S-room house, sleeping porch, fireplace, gas, water, electricity. Price $5500; $2000 cash, balance three years. Le- favor. Box 16. Avalon. Cal. AOLE't'S Rooms trod Apartments--"The Drift- wood," 200 Marilla Ave. New; baths; hot water; reasonable. PIlbne 62-J. AnLETll Payette's Ba~ Shop--School Chil- dren's hair cut or bobbed, 50. A good shave 25c. 109 Sumner. 48tf