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March 31, 1938

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1 SINGLE C ~liShed weekly at Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California. Avalon's newsl)aper, containing the local news of this wonderful Island Baseball training field for the Chicago "Cubs". Avalon: Year round mecca for tourists and travelers. B,)ating. bathing, golf, tennis, baseball, riding, fishing, hiking, marine gardens. Unexcelled accommodations. ;Vs" CENTS AVALON. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND. CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, MARCH 31. 1938 VOL. XXV NO. 13 I SAYS CALl- MOST PERFECT OF CREATION LOs Angeles Club Visitors and Their Ladies Present luncheon of the Rotary Club was quite an interesting one. members were joined by of the Rotary Club of les, accompanied by their the luncheon party up ident Pollok introduced Several vl.sitors. the luncheon the president .~d that in view of the program by the visitors there would ;peaker, and thereupon in- R. Carloek, member ;des Club and Western the LaSalle Extension ck proved an interesting an agreeable personality We take the liberty some portions of his jolly opened as follows: and fellow Rotar- en I was asked to speak be- I wanted to know how ,s to talk. I was told that I as long as I wanted to for ates. Will you, therefore, Mr. at, please notify, me when nay up. 1 don't want to be in the tegory as a certain speaker: st coming into a lecture room et a man coming out. 'Is the Irough ?' I asked him. 'Yes', 'lie's been through an hour, a't stop'. asked to talk to you to- the reason why the Los An- )tary Club holds ~ts annual golf Catalina," ~Peaker then proceeded to ana- e reasons under the following HONEYMOON AND OUTING That is the way the bright fellows of the Rotary Club of Los Angeles put it on their program: "Third Annual Rotary Club Golf Committee Honey- moon and Outing of the Rotary Club of Los Angeles, Santa Catalina Island, California, March 25, 26, and 27, 1938." Members, with their wives, sisters, sweethearts, commenced arriving on Thursday, with larger numbers follow- ing on Friday and Saturday. Following were the several connnit- tees : Hostess Committee Mesdames Gee. E. Worster, chair- woman; Ralph N. Cardozo, Robert E. Gibson, Irene J. Graefe, Harry G. Haake, Geoffrey C. Holly, August P. Johnsen, J. Paul Kirk, Mark A. Pierce, A. Carman Smith, James G. Sprecher, Stanley Whitworth. Sports Committee Ladies' Sunday Breakfast ....................... Mrs. Wlatson E. Bockmon, Chair- woman; Mrs. Lawrence S. Koenig, Vice-Chairwoman. Ladies' Golf ........ Mrs. David A. Marcus Ladies Bridge .... Mrs. L. G. Guernsey Ladies Putting..Mrs. Chester A. Nelson Men's Golf,. ........... Chester A. Nelson Gnests' Golf ........ Wilbur S. Johnson Golf Committee Watson E. Bockmon, Chairman Lawrence S. Koenig, Vice-Chairnmn Harry V. Anderson, Byron J. Bad- ham, Hal C. Bennett, Ray H. Curtiss, Dumont M. Hirsch, August P. Johnsen, ,, \Vilbur S. Johnson, Wallace B. Jones, J. Paul Kirk, Kenneth B. Kirk, David A. Marcus, Win. M. McCloy, John G. McNiven, Fred C. Moon, Guy L. Mor- rill, Chester A. Nelson, Jas, R. Pierce, Ralph Pringle, Seymour J. Siegel, Jas. G. Sprecher, W. W. Touchstone, Robt. C. Tucke,', Stanley V~h]tworth, Fred A. Willis, George E. Worster. Ladies Sunday Breakfast Committee Mesdames Watson E Bockmon, Chairwom:u~ ; Law, encc S. Koenig, Vice-Chairwoman ; Ray H. Curtiss, Lawrence L.. Frank, Wal!acc B. Jones, Irving (;.,King, \,Vm. M. McCI,,y, J,.,lm M. Qneneil, H. Wal(h~ Spicrs, Richard G. Wilc~,x. Ladies' Golf Committee Mes