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March 23, 1939

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PAGE TWELVE :: Refine, ( rude AMHACO i BROADFELT gaged at a music hall to give tragic A ]'YPE OF WII)E SEAMLESS FLOOR COVERING IN readings from Shakespeare. His re- WHICH 'IHE"" BF _UTY AND PRACTICAL QUALITIES telr~t!on was anything but complimen- ARE 1HE RESULT OF A NE\V MANUFACTURING PRO- @hen he came off the stage, he was approached by a kindly cockney corn- ::CESS. _._}!edian who had been watching his per- i ']'HERE ARE TwELvE ATTRACTIVE COLORS, GIVING "Don't take any notice of 'era," he :+; formance from the wings. :k SELECTION SUIT,XBLE I:OR USE IN EVERY ROOM N saidsympatheticailv. "I've been watch- inv ,ollr turll, and I think you're gen- ~ IN THE HOUSE. , ~ ~ uinely funny!"_~Humour (australia). N SMARTI,Y IN STYLE, YEF ECONOMIC iLLS" LO\V IN It was told of a sage that one day, e I)) ...... " ~ after the fashion of his school, he was _ IxICE. ~ questioned, "Master, what is the test Of ~ood lllanners ?" "it is being able to put up pleasant- C lv with bad ones," was the quick re- :+." i i ~ ~ 1;lv.--l)rovidcnce Journal. atallna rdware ,,o. Plnone 400 ~ Strategy Officer: "Now tell me, what is your idea of strategy ?" Boot: "ll's ,,;:hen vou're out of am- ~'~~.~'..~~.~.~..~'..~.'.~...~...~..~.~..~..~....~.N~.~...~...~.'~.~.'.~.~~ munition, but keep right on firing."-- U.S.S. Marvhmd Catapult. Difficult Photograph "l want this t)hotograph of my hus- band enhtrged," said the womanto the id~t,tographer. "Now, can you do it with his hat off?" "Yes" said the photographer. "I AL NA DEP .... ORE -=- CURTAIN AND DRAPERY MATERIALS Nets -- Cretonnes -- Crashes -- Nubby Homespuns Tapestry Friezettes and others - Prices start atper yard, 5c-19c-29c-45c ~llllllllfll$1fl[[lltNfllHIlfllllHIIIIlllllll II I[1[ Illlfl II flllflfllllflllllllllll IIIIlll[ M I I1~11111~ IIII "'HAPPY" HACKER ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS NEW Riviera Room at the Club Catalina SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 1ST NEW DANCE ORCHESTRA AND DANCING EVERY EVENING THEREAFTER ISLANDERS CORDIALLY INVITED A GIItAFFEma' b'""o. .., but ADL[T.5 '""o. real RESULTS BOLE PIPES INLAND PHAR IACY The Rexall S/ore ~Iltt[IIIIItIUt[[RillI$$1RIIIIlUU U lll!I~I ~I[NtI$1IIRlU$1RURIItlIIIII[[I$ $ $$RSRUSRlUlIIlIlU Rtil[lllltlllll tt SIR II[$1Ull n Ul U RlUU ItUUUUlUll Ittflll [l[[[I tl[$itlU[$$[I Rl[lll llUllt[llfllllll[[[l[/lU ll~ PRINTING E N --- should be bought as an investmen designed to accomplish some definite propose __N whether it be to stimulate sales, or enhance prestige. Its value to you lies not in whait costs, but in what it accomplishes. -N g_- THE ISLANDER I:0mmerclal Printing Department As Nearas Your Phone--Call 500 ~dH~u~u$~$~i~U~H~u~t~i~N~u~u~$~$~HIll~u~uHI~$~um~[~H~u~u~I~J thi~k I can-manage to fake the hair all right. By the way, on which side does he part his hair?" The woman looked at him in blank surprise. "Oh," she said, "I can't remember, but vou'il be able to sec that when you take" his hat off." The Three The teacher had told a group of five- ycar-olds the story of the three He- brew children, Shadrach, Mcshach, and Abed-nego. Mother: "What did you learn today, Tony ?" Tony : "Well, the teacher talked about your shack, my shack, and a bungalow." The Clouds Begin to Lift The editor of the country newspaper went home to dinner, smiling radi- antly. "You nmst have had some good for- tune this morning," greeted his wife. "Indeed [ did," announced the edi- tor. "Jim Smith, who hasn't paid his subscription for ten years, came in and stopped his paper." A Sweet Trip He (aboard ship) : "Your boy friends certainly sent you enough candy]" She: "Yes, they wanted me to have a bon bon voyage." Breathless Traveller: "When does the half-I)ast train leave?" Porter: "Five-thirty, of course." "Well, the church clock is 27 minutes past, the post office clock is 25 minutes past, and your clock is 32 minutes. Now, which clock am I to go by ?" "Ye can go by any clock ye like; but ye can't go by the train, for it's gone." Service I)iner: "Ha\c you any wiht cluck?" Waiter: "No, sir, but we can take a tame one and irritate it for you,"-- The Richmond Ramb!er. GAME FISH OF CATALINA Marlin Swordfish (Tetrapturus mitsu kurii). Broadbill S.wordfish (Xiphias gladius). Dolphin (Corphaenus hippurus). Black Sea Bass (Stereolepis gigas). Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus macrop- terus). Albacore (Thunnus alalonga). Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Yellowtail (Serioia dorsalis). California Bonito (Sarda chiliensis). White Sea Bass (Cynoscion noblis). Ocean 13onito (Gymnosarda pelarnys) THE CATALINA It All Depends "John," said Mrs. we going to have a ga~ "Well," replied Mr. you have time to keep a weed it for you?" Put an Adlet to wor!~ STEAMER sCHN EFFECTIVE The following effect between Avalon, Santa GOING SCHEDULE Lv. Los Lv. Long Lv. Wilmington (via Ar. Avalon (via sV RETURN SCHEDULE .~ p:~-O At. Wilmington (via stea~rnr~c.)_o~,~Ol~g Ar. Long Beach (via 17. ~'~'.) ~,~01 Ar. Los Angeles (via 1". ~ ~0,~- ~Wilmington Transportati stt serves the right to cha~,g~ice) sailing schedules witihout no AIRPLANE SCIt! Effective March 25 to Lv. Wilmington 10:15 a.m. 4:45 p.m. 5:45 p.m. * 8:45 a.m. Sundays Additional service will traffic warrants betW times of the last afternoon trip Tickets on reservations mington to Avalon "at the Wilmington before scheduled Tickets on reservations Wilmington must be two hours before ture. (Wilmingto~.-C at alina Airline, the right to change airplane out notice.) ,N!llIHIllllllllllflllllflllflfltfiflIfiflflfl[lflflfl]l _=== UPHO ~l[lllllllllllllllll[ll[llllilll[liHli[~llllll$1llltflllll[llllflllllillll[I