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MARCH 23, 1939 'VAQUEROS DOINGS By "Pancho Pallas" 7 PAGE THREE ride of the newly mg club of Avalon, "Island \raqueros', was ay, March 19th, 1939. A al~lers ~mounted their tt the Saddle Horse sta- :ed over the hills of to an inland spot k Jack Camp", the res- Id Mrs. John L. White. of the livestock Santa Catalina Is- lup at the beginning of fact that Sid Zeldin trip on an empty enthusiastic riders to prolong their start of the Island until his paunch. gather, the riders the beauty of the Is- Le of year, though herds Seen, along with plenty tts, which inhabit the Black Jack camp was hree hours and that is that l might add, at of tile resume of the fills, I wouht like to of Avalon as to The fol!ow- e riders--and I mean tat is a long way to rting from left to er that they did not terscbel "One Pun" erbug" Emmerich, Greig, Boyntou Kay "Nose Dive" "I'11 Have a Coke" "Ponca City" Shaw. se" Wiscm:m, Sid Hulda "Aches & M arjorie "Ringa" & Producer" m "Playboy" Renton, orse" Sullivan, who is, Vner and or;erator of the Soda I;ountain" here don me, folks, I had to nereialsome place). and Frenchv I were the other tw~ e up the group of six- side, we have a little dirt: What Secretary stands for a color, Itor that stands for tenderfoot and bor- Shelle's Strawberry ~nown as a Ford, and the hills in comfort at the end of the first row, can you ? Correct--abso~ other than Letha me. ~O.dy on the horseback elf itinerary, but they Very good service as ones that carried the ~S~ty, better known as arrival the gay ~Uud that Sirs. John ~red a delicious potato cookies and hot cof- "sit Black Jack, you are with that good old tality, and I am delight7 ,T their many friends-- I aIll, a short business meet- I won't tell you ou. se,e them. Boy, going to be classy! w to ride a horse. e was made in about a half. You will no- is a half-hour's differ- time. That is due Which each rider de- fact that they had er", along with (hem. next time there is a nchy can put a saddle Art La Shelle's car so Use those spurs he Olks. they really, had a e, and if we could en- Organizations like this of recreation, what a Would have ! enjoy rides like this SLICED CLINGS--NO. 1 CAN Peaches FANCY NO. 23~ CAN FruitCocktail BARTLETT NO. 2~6 CAN Pears DE LUXE NO. 211 CAN Plums 13c FLORIDA NO. 2 CAN Grapefruit Sliced or Halves--No. 216 Can Peaches 14,c DEL MONTE SOLID PACK NO. 14c To m a toes CAN Del Monte Tomato--14-Oz. Glass I[ :atsup 13c DEL MONTE SPANISH STYLE Tomato Sauce a for lie DEL MONTE PEELED WHOLE Sweet PotatoescANNO' DEL MONTE IN SYRUP Figs NO. lcao 15c DEL MONTE FANCY NO. 21~6 CAN Fruits for Salad EARLY GARDEN SLICED NO. 2 CAN I lc FANCY NO. 2~I CAN Hominy 12c Early Garden Whole No. 2 Can String Beans 14c FANCY NO. 2~ CAN Sauer Kraut 1 lc SMALL GREEN NO. 2 CAN Lima Beans 1 6c EARLY GARDEN NO. 2~i CAN Spinach l. c DEL MONTE FREESTONE NO. 2!~ Peaches CAN DEL MONTE WHOLE UNPEELED NO 16c Apricots CAN Del . lonte Dried Fruits LARGE SIZE Peaches II-OZ. PKG. 12c LARGE SIZE Prunes Z-LB. Pkg. 8C PKG.15c LARGE SIZE Apricots ll-Oz. PKG. 17C VACUUM PACKED DEL MONTE UNIFORMLY FRESH I-LE CAN 2-LB. CAN 26c Regular or Drip Grlnd I [I ~~n~~~~~~~~n~~~ln~~ttttu~~~tt~~~~n~~~~~~nn~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n~~n~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~H~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~ii~~~~~ PHONE 250 FREE DELIVERY 114-120 CATALINA AVE. by contacting Frenchy Small, and 1 know that he would be more than glad to assist you in planning one of these trips dnring the week. There is a lot of this beautiful ls- land to see, and you can certainly see it from the saddle of a horse. More about SOluething or other when the "Island Vaqueros" ride again. "Adios, amigos " -O NEW ORCHESTRA ON STEAMER Shelly Tollmrst and his l{hythmmak- ers started their engagement March 16. The organization is composed of Shelly Tolhurst, clarinet; Dave Pike, guitar; Mcl Mack, trumpet, and Kim I)emnead, bass, and they feature in- strumental and v~mal novelties. The3" play both as troubadours and on the dance floor. Each of the boys plays several in- strtnnents. M-r. Tolhurst is said to play twelve instrulnents. Recent engagements include The Summit House, and Boerston's Cafe, both in Los Angeles, and Hotel Hunt- ington, Pasadena. RACQUET DOINGS The Singles Tournament for men> bers of the Catalina Racquet Club got under way over the week-end, with severalinteresting naatches being played. Some of the more outstanding were: The Ernie Turner-Fred Strawn battle, which went three sets by scores of 6-8, 6-4, 8-6, with Strawn finally elnerging the victor; Phil tleinze defeating Var- ney Reeves 6-1, 8-6; and Roy Phillips staggering to victory over Jack F;m- merich, (l-6, 13-11, 13-13. Because of the many conflicts of last Saturday and Sunday, those who were unable to play their matches are urged to make arrangements to play this week-end. Contact your opponent and make reservations for the court at the C~,untry C!nb. All unable to play, please notify same. All first round matches are to be completed this week-end, andthose not playing will be defauhed. Watch the Islander for name of your opponent for following week-end. The draw is posted at the Country Club for those interested. The Racquet Club meeting Tuesday evening was very snappy, interesting and enlightening. The fact that mem- bers are interested in playing tennis was the predominant theme. It was urged also, that members attend meet- ings, so they can let officers know what is preferred in the way of activ- ities. o Some of the Avahm residents who departed on the S. S. Avahm on Fri- day were Miss Margaret Taylor, Miss Elizabeth MacLean, Carl Johnson, Jr., Waher R. Harris, architect, Mrs. Ray McGarry and daughter, Johnnie Jones and Sid Zeldin, the popular vaquerc~ and photographer. Mrs. Nickles of Long Beach, who is spending a couple of months in Ava- lon, returned holne Sunday to stay ,'t few days. Meantime her mother, to- gether with her grandson Robert, are remaining in Avalon. Rev. t:. O. Wyatt occul)ied the pulpit at the Community Church Sun- day morning. His topic was Faith.