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PAGE EIGHT Do You Remember? ,\ (Compiled from files of The Catalina Islander by Chas. H. Smith) Ten Years Ago From The Catalina Islander of April 20, 1927 : ,Announcement was made that there would be a rowboat race between Long Beach and Santa Catalina Is- land on June llth. The Mary Williams Club held an in- teresting art program at the home of Mrs. S, E. Carpenter. Mrs. C. W. Carson was president. A public drinking fountain was in- s'talled in front of theCommunity Congregational 'Church. David Blankenhorn and bride (Irene Rich) of Pasadena were Avalon visit- ors. Mrs. Alma Overholt has an interest- ing article in this issue, entitled: "Cat- alina--the Play Island of the Pacific." The Annual Retreat of the Congre- gational mhfisters was in session. They enjoyed a picnic at White's Landing. Announcement was made that the members of the American Legion posts in Southern California would visit Santa Catalina Island in June. A ladies' tournament was in progress on the Catalina Golf Links. Sterling Young, an Avalon high school pupil, played first violin in the great symphony orchestra at Sacra- mento, where 110 high schools were represented. The first thousand dollars toward a proposed new church building was se- cured by the Congregational Church. The fruition of the plans then laid was completed in March of this year-- 1937. O. A. Paulson of San Francisco was visiting his brother Fred, in Avalon. Mrs. W. M. James leased the New Central Hotel from 'the owner. The monthly missionary meeting of the Ladies Aid .Society was held at tile home of M'rs. Ellen Newberry. The Pacific Marine Airways an- nounced the purchase of four new passenger flying boats for service be- tween 'W'ilmington and Santa Catalina Island. Twenty Years Ago From The Islander of April 17, 1917: The fifth annual Easter Retreat of the Southern California Congregation- al ministers was in session in Avalon. Fishing was reported good. Yellow- tail, barracuda, mackerel, rock bass and scutlpin were being taken. The editor of The Islander says that "Mexican Joe" was the first ang- ler to use a rod and reel in Santa Catalina Island waters. The City Council was asking for bids for repairs on the pleasure pier, esti- mated to Cost $1200. An ordinance was adopted by the City Council prohibiting the use of bi- cycles, roller skates, coasters, pushmo- biles, motorpeds and similar contriv- ances on any Imblic cement walks within the city. J. H. Wegnmnn was City Marshal. 13roadbill swordfish were reported at San Clemente Island. Ahnost an inch of rain fell Sunday. Robert Teesdale was the govern- ulent operator at the local wireless radio station. The Santa Catalina Island Company and Wilmington Transporta'tion Com- pny were planning to secure summer business. H. W. Allen and J. C. Ken- zy were to visit Sacramento and oth- er northern valleys, while J. A. Splitts- toesser and G. Hinkle were to scatter literatu,re in Imperial Valley; Yuma, Ariz.; E1 Paso, Texas, and other points south. O- SECRETARIES PUBLICITY COMMITTEES SOCIAL SECRETARIES AND ALL OTHERS Please: Report all meetings the day after they occur. Send in notices of future meetings on Monday or Tuesday. Send ~n advertisement or Adlets Mona~day or Tuesday. If sent in lator the forms may be full and the items have to be left out. Pleaso ! ALL ABOARD .for better bean dishes KNOWING beans is the busi- ness of the modern cook. There are so many kinds and so many ways of preparing them that it 'is possible to have this good food in infinite variety. Even inventors have got busy and put on the market a very ingeni- ous deviee for slieing string beans. Cannea beans are already sliced, tender and delicious to serve direct from the can. So are oven baked beans, limas, baby limas and many others. So set sail for uneharted islands of bet- ter fare -- and take along these recipes as a ben voyage gift: Stringless Beans with Beurre Noir: Heat one and one-half cups of canned stringless beans. Drain and pour into a hot serving dish. Melt one and one-half tablespoon~ butter until a delicate brown, add one and one-half tablespoons vine- gar. Heat and pour over the beans. Serve at once. This serves two persons. Lima and Kidney Bean~ Lima Beans En Casserole: Saut6 one small minced onion and one shredded green pepper in one tablespoon fat for five minutes. Add the contents of one can of tomato soup and the contents of one No. 2 can of linm beans. Sea- son to taste with salt and pepper. Pour into a buttered casserole and bake for thirty minutes in a moderate oven -- 375 degrees. This serves six persons. Bean Stuffed Peppers: Cut off the stem ends of six green pep- pers and remove the seeds. Drain one No. 2 car. of kidney beans. reserving the liquid, and add enough cauned tomato soup to moisten well (about one-third or one-fourth of a can of soup). Fill the peppers with the mixture. Cut two slices of bacon in short pieces, and put one on top of each pepper. Place in a pan with a little hot water and bake at 375 degrees until tender. Heat to- gether the remaining soup and the liquid from the beans, and serve ~'.ver the peppers. This serves six persons.* O" Beauty is never beautiful, unless it is shared with others. Thus, one wonmn's dream of many years is bringing joy and beauty to thousands of visi.tors at Sierra Madre's Annual Wisteria Fete. These gardens, which hold the largest wistaria vine in the United States was purchased last De- cember by Mrs. W. J. Lawless, and is now reaching the acme of its profuse blooming, and daily, thousands are feasting their eyes and souls on this "Acre of Lavender Loveliness". 'O Hon. Charles J. McColgan, Fran- chise Tax Commissioner for the State of California, reports that collections of income tax under the California Personal Income Tax Act deposited with the State Treasurer March 1 to March 18, 1937, amounted to $1,525,- 050.51, as compared with the receipts for the entire month of March, 1936, the total deposits then being $1,021,- 506.20. THE CATALINA "SALT WATER FISHING" By Van Campen Heilner With twelve plates in full color from paintings by W. Goadby Lawrence, to- gether with numerous black and white illustrations by the same artist. And one hundred thirty-six pages of photo- graphs by the author and others, printed in offset. Foreword by Zane Grey. SS.OO Here at last is the book for which the angling world has long been wait- ing. Never before has the whole sub- ject of salt water fishing been so thor- oughly covered. From Albacore to Zebrafish it tells you all there is to know. From the great leaping marlin and giant tuna to the lowly plaice or flounder, 'the author runs the conl- plete ganmt of angling emotions. From Nova Scotia to the Caribbean and from British Columbia to the South Seas, the chapters form a series of fascinating anecdotes told as only Mr. Heilner knows how .to tell them. At the end of each one is a "Guide", giving exhaustive information about tackle to use for each fish and when, where and how to go about catching them. Mr. Heilner .is also a yachtsman of long experience and in the chapter en- titled "Boa'ts and Cruising", describes the various kinds of fishing boats in use in different sections. Then he gives a never-to'be-forgotten account of a famous voyage made by himself and three companions in a small mo- tor boat from New Jersey to the coasts of Sou,th America. No writer is better equipped to write on salt water fishing than Mr. Heilner. One of the great pioneers in big game angling, he has pursued his favorite hobby to the four corners of the world and shares with Zane Grey. .the credit for creating for this won- derful sport the tremendous popularity it enjoys today. Many of the various kinds of tackle now in use are the re- sult of his experience and suggestions. Written by one of the world's rec- ognized authorities on salt water fish- ing and illustrated with the most re- markable paintings and photographs of angling and of fish which have ever been assembled within the covers.of a single volume, this book becomes one of the finest works on the subject that has ever been published and without doubt will take its place among the great classics of angling literature. A de luxe first edition of 199 copies has been made especially for the au- thor. Printed on Japan paper and bound in extra silk cloth. Each copy numbered and autograph- ed by Van Campen Heilner. Boxed, $25.oo. o- Advertising is a courtesy due the people. GEOLOGY (Continued from page 5, talc-schists and serp~ able that here, as fornia, these blue are due to local contact' occasioned by the intrtr irruptives. Microscopic: slide was made which, however, is doU the purer quartzite' cons]sts ahnost ,of clear quartz shape and size. flattened in a directiol plane of sehistosity, quently very much Their boundaries inter tremely intricate mant pale pink garnets in the quartz, averaga than .1 ram. in the rnost part roun( three present crysta narrow sections of sillimanite are comPal ons, nearly all longer axes schistosity or to t flattening of the qua: terminals taper more to a point. No c seen. The mineral a moderately high somewhat higher and it may ther, tinguished from light. The double siderable, giving somewhat mottled, The extinction is and perpendicu,lar to the mineral. In all served the longer less elasticity as wedge. 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