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APRIL 16, 1930 ,., PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL --.---.._. Duncan Sisters were Is- t week. was a passenger on Lg's boat for the main- ott Jr., is spending the Eas- vacation here with his A. W. Sherwood were who visited Los An- [e and Miss Zelma E. were Avalon until Tuesday. Abbott of the Santa Club is expect- the Island this week. janitor at the ele- L~ending the vaca- s Angeles resi- Mrs. E. F. Hall of Los Angeles was an Avalon visitor last week. Mrs. Charles Rives and daughter Charless, of Glendale, were w~ek-end visitors. Miss "Winkle" Dunkle is spending the Easter vacation at her Avalon home. Mrs. Herbert Gatrix and daughter Alice, of Burbank, are spending the week in Avalon. 17. S. Allen sail.ed northward across the channel on the steamer '"Avalon" Monday morning. Mr. J. H. Stamford of Claremont, spent some time in Avalon last week--- his long-time home. Geo. Robert Dexter, president of the Hollywood Bank, with his wife and two sons, is an Avalon guest. Mrs. W. H. Hevren is again occu- pying her Marilla avenue home. after an absene~ of three months or more. Sonny', Conrad are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burgess and - station time at their daughter Dorothy sailed for the main- "~Valon, with father and land Saturday morning for a few days' J Das~vi stay. :.: . visited the conti-, w,,eaek," going over on the Misses Mildred and Aileen Jennings of Glendora are visiting Mr. and Mrs. "walon, on Thursday Frank Burns, at 218 East W hittley avenue. te, principal of the Mrs. Donald Ross, with Mary and accompanied bv mother are spending Donald, of 442 North Kingsley Drive, ar Easter vacation in glad last week to and Mrs. W. H. been away for anticipate coming Los Angeles, are spending the week in Avalon. Mrs. Hazel Page Everett went to the mainland Thursday to take a vo- cal music lesson. She is a pupil of Messrs. James W. Jump and Ralph Bandini of the Tuna Club, left for the mainland on Sunday's steamer. Mr. Bandini had his son over as his guest at the clubhouse, for the week-end. Madame Ellen Beach Yaw. News comes from'Los Angeles of the suicide of Andrew Gadd, formerly a~resident of Avalon, where he prac- treed the healing art as a masseur. He was 68. No reason was assigned for the act. A telegram in Tuesday morning's MARY WILLIAMS CLUB A very pleasant feature of the meet- ing of the Mary Williams Club on Thursday afternoon of last week was the talk by Miss Marion Parks of papers reports the marriage of Homer in a handsome Spanish costume, and Grey, son of Zane Grey, the author, to sang several songs of folk lore in Miss Dorothy Olson of Glendale, atSpanish: At the close of her talk she 1.,as Vegas, Nevada. Both are stu- dents at the University of California at Los Angeles. Los Angeles on "Adobe Days in Old California." She described many of the famous old adobe homes of the Southland of which she has made a personal study, and told of various in- teresting personal experiences while engaged in that work. To make her talk the more interesting she dressed CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my frignds and vot- ers for the support they gave me in the election Monday--especially the ladies. Thank you all again. J. Albert. was congratulated heartily by the members present, and thanked for the treat she gave them. During her stay in Avalon Miss Parks was entertained by the Club, Mrs. F. B. LeVitt, Mrs. H. H. Alexander, and Mrs. D. M. Ren- ton. Miss Anita Haskell is again occupy- ing her Descanso avenue cottage. THE ISLANDER ADLETs /~ careftfl reading of these Adlets will reveal many bargains that oth- wise you might miss. RAT S---IO cents per line "Easter Permanent Waves" The first requisite to an Easter en- semble, is a beconfing hairdress--why not let Miss Trippe give you a beau- tiful Permanent Wave t.hat will last you all summer? The smart and per- fectly groomed woman is never with- out one of these waves. The next thot is, a becoming hat. Creations selected for their charm and individuality. Panamalac, Baku, linen, felt and imported hair braids-- Easter Specials .Easter Bunnies ................... 98c and $1.98 Anseo Box Cameras, 2-A size ...... $2.22 Rubber Gloves, per pair ...... : ............ 25 La Reve Stationery Lined Enve- lopes ................................................ 49 3[anor House Caramels, 1 l'b. Box, .39 AVALON DRUG CO. ADLST$ Chiropodist--Dr. Jas. Leggett, 253 S. Broadway, Rm. 242, Lcs Angeles. 15tf ADLIrTS ' brims and turbans. Miss Trippe in- Wanted~Position as cook for fam- Easter week guests include Mrs. vites y