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APRIL 15, 1937 PAGE THREE t~N~1~N~N~NJJ~iJNJJ~J~j}~}~j~jjj~jjjjj~j~jjjjjjI~jI[ji[WjWiii~iiWiiiiiiii~ui~iii~ii~iiii~i~ii~i~iiiii~i~i~ii~i~i~iiii~iii~i~i~i~ii~i~iii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH~iiiL~L~N~i~i~[i[~L~[~il~1~1~i~iii~ u i Here are the numbers we still need and the offer of one month's credit on your subscription still holds good. Z 1934---,lan. 4, March 1, April " | 26, August 2. J aki.g our request for back 1935----June 20. W of the Catalina Islander to ,~1[ "~e OUr fil ,lll JL es. (THE CATALINA ISLANDER) ~"!~lltIIIlllllltllllllll ~ i ~~u~i~H~u~II~u~u~HI~HIIIII~II~I~I~Ii~I~I~I~I~II~II~I~IhII~Il~II~I~Ii~IIII~II~NI~I~IIII~IIIIII~ _ ~iiIN}NIHH~H~HH~I~]]Nui~]~N~]~H~NI~iNI~INi~iiii~L~H~I~IIHi~I~IIINI~I~iI11~1~1~N~I~[[~NNNII~ UlIII AND PERSONAL Lovely days andcool nights have TURKEY DINNER THE CHICAGO CUBS ~,~tt r,.L-"~-- been enjoyed by Santa Catalina Island PROVED SUCCESS ._ . ---- /~nL-Uanson ~ re " en s- loday theCubs are booked to play Ii "get was -. south- sM t . -- - -, " ~' "" On the noon boat The dinncr served at the Commun- the St. Louis Browns at Springfield, trip to the metropolis ou Tuesday day evening by the men of the corn- Next Tuesday, April 20, the Nation- ~lli~" departed Monday afternoon, munity, unuer the able direction of al League season wall open at Chicago, ~N~. requent visits to main- Chef John Lazar of John's Ca(e, at Wrigley Field. Lee O'Leary was a north-bound pus-proved a complete success. During the past week our grapevine senger on the steamship Catalina, ac-Every seat in the large Social Hall telephone has broken, down occasion- tdall visited Avaloncording to report, was filled within five minutes after ally so that the work done by the the doors were opened. Cubs as reported in this issue is to the great pleas- "Happy" Hacker had a bit of busi- The meal was excellent--soup, sal- somewhat incomplete. -----.__. ness to transact Monday which called ad, relishes, buns, coffee, baked pota- Wednesday, April 7, at E1 Paso, rson came over Sat- him to Los Angeles. toes, and plates heaped high with ten- Texas, they played their fellow-towns- der turkey, with plenty of dressing week-end at the Milton Patrick was an Avalon vis- and cranberry sauce to finish it off-- men, the White Sox, and won by a -~-._ itor last week. Manyfriendswere followed by chocolate or strawberry score of 10 to 2. This made the teams even--each havingwon four games rederick Baker came pleased to greet him. ice cream, out of eight. Was the crowd hungry? It was. on Monday, Thursday, April 8, at San Antonio, meeting of the Fred M. Fresco, the curio man, Some even boasted that they had sailed north on the cross-channel hardly eaten anything all day--they Texas, the St. Louis Browns defeated steamer Tuesday evening, were going to do justice to that tur- the Cubs 4 to 3. mary tea and key droner--and they did! Friday, the 9th, at the same place, Aid Society Victor McLaglen, the well known And the ladies of the Aid Society the Cu,bs reversed the situation by afternoon at 2 movie star, and his brother, were sat down with the crowd and allowed clowning the Browns 8 to 1. Stanley parlor adjoining the among the arrivals on Tuesday. their husbands and friends to waitHack hit a home run, scoring two men upon them. They really did. ahead. Eight runs in the seventh eComnmnity Congre- Carl W. Carson joined other Avalon Though the president of the Aid frame counted large in the final score. "~ a .'F"-'-- passengers Monday afternoon, en Society was out of town, she said be- Saturday, the 10th, we judge that LF~el rsrleval of Wednesday's route by steamer to the metropolis,fore leaving that she would like to the Cubs were victors again, though 0~i~' tlar. arner we caught a ~ have the Islautter express the thanks particulars are lacking. tt"lE1"'l" %telbara ,Milh'~an, of the Captain anti Mrs. Hugh MacKay of the Aid Society and the membersofOntheSUndaY'Browns themadellth,twoHarlandhome runs,Clift (tp~ii. e Wil" mrce. l-ler many made another trip to the mainland onof the church to each and every one 0.t,'it~'~ll~her t be glad to welcome Monday, via the steamship Catalina. who aided in any way in making thebut that was not enough to beat the ~!~~iiii!i!ii!~t ~o~jlii affair the success that she expected it Cubs, for at the end the score stood Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Owen were would be. 9 to 5 in eleven innings for the C~Ss. among returning Avalon residents who c~ They matle four runs in the last frame. came in on the steamship Catalina on\Ve acknowledge receipt from Har- On Monday, the 12th, the two teams Tuesday. ry B. Riley, State Controller, of the moved on to Fort Worth, Texas. At e "Biennial Report of the State Comrol- ~#~;~i Vemng of last week the Miss Blanche Heath is spending the the close of the game there the score '~(;~re"L'Odge- ~ itt conferred the week in the metropolis of Southern ler for the Eighty-sixth Fiscal Year, stood St. Louis Browns 8, Cubs 7. l~'~tli(l,, t]ce Degree upon a CMifornia--nay, the metropolis of the Ending June 30, 1935 and the Eighty- -O . ~te . 1936." It is a volume of 276 pages, The 1939 World's Fair, celebrating ~lJ~ill h "~.TOmorrow evening, southwest portion of the United States seventh Fiscal Year, Ending June 30, ~}]~l~llltro~ Past Masters' night, of ,Amlerica. crammed full of financial figures of the completion of the San Francisco- fl~a]~t~l.l~tlllce a candidate to the all kinds relative to the monetary ex- Oakland and the Golden Gate bridges, : !iil;:ii ] . .' . . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green were penditu,res of the state and its various will be known as the "Golden Gate In- ~l~ii!edsih~rth~hi!i~Ap~l~i~glr among Avalon residents who sailed subdivisions, ternational Exposition-Pageant of the north on the steamship Catalina Sat- Pacific". President Leland Cutler re- urday afternoon, o ports that construction of the F.xpo- ~i~,.. ~ ~ If you don't trade in Avalon we all sition site on Yerba Buena Shoals is ~*]~t~'~ that summer is rapidlyFrenchie Small was thrown from a lose money, ahead of schedule. .,I~'~N f~ergeant Eddie DePew horse last week, which resulted in a the steamship Cata- broken hip. He will be laid up in the a/Ili?,[tr~ ' ~ookin~ in good trim Catalina Hospital for some time. ,~I~l ~ady, probably, to line --,---- ~,~ k%-~le~(l!a 'police department, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ogden returned J'~'~ MI~'~t for tbe past six Monday from a brief visit to the me- ~ the lel kept busy for a tropolis. Perhaps you will remember ~ ilia provements in and that Mr. Ogden is Avalon's postmas- ~;~I~A ~ ter. FORMERLY AVALON DRY GOODS i~ ~rster and Miss Lau-Mrs. M. J. Murdock rcturned to her [Ih Minneapolis Minn., home on Catalina avenue on Friday. [[~.'l~'s ~Y Xlr. and M'rs. Joe She had as house guests Mrs. D. Wat- I;~l{~-an-geles were ~isitors to son, Virginia Watson, and Charlcna ~F ~lW xe e ~ng a"~h' ~: Slan~|lasteX~~l~ Rera. _ Sunday.Mnr(tck" They left for the mainland "~ie i~ehieh to wed. They an Array. ,~ltl{~ . v. John B. Toomay A party from Mexico visited the Is- t" if' "q r0C-eremony The happy land last Tuesday and had a delight- ake Minneapolis their [ul hmcheon at E1 Encanto. The gov- Last week we tokt you about our new line of ernor of the state of Durango, Mex- men's polo shirts. Now we have an equally ico, two government physicians of San attractive assortment for the women. Many, Luis, and several students of the Uni- many styles in new shades and novelty weaves. driver at the quar- versity of Mexico, were members of Made by such nationally known makers as sant experience one the party. B.V.D., Van Raalte, Gantner and others. Buy ago. While about ______ several today while our assortment is cora- l rock, a wheel of Herman Allred, steam slaovel man piete. Some soft ground, at the quarry was injured Saturday land precipitated the afternoon. 'While at work on the ~.all, over the side of shovel a rock from above rolled down -e sea, Fortu,natelyand hit the machine so hard that it Was not severely in-knocked Mr. Allred out onto the ~ ~ ~ able to make the ground. His head lilt the ground with truck was hoisted tosuch force that he was seriously in- I 1 d P h ,again put into corn- jured, attd was removed to the Cata- ~ an armaey Uioli recovered fromlina Hospital, where at latest report he of days and re- was doing as well as conld be ex- pected.