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ISL TALINA ISLANDER: PAGE SEVEN L REI IAL AND PERSONAL Captain Vincente Moricich, who has DOUBLE WEDDING CAMP TO OPEN JULY FIRST &,. iss Es :hty ,~Sa, ther Albert washome for' been ill for several weeks, was "down ed in]" ~4aSter holidays, town" for a few hours Sunday. Last evening (Tuesday), at E1 Man- The following item is from the te, a double wedding took place, inIllustrated Daily News of Los Angeles !ga~~)i::ds of Saturday last: !afnjd~i:tCma~t~~ Jackson Kendall of Pasadena and which Avalon residents are interested, s ~n~:sti~ Hi StheTSOkdv ?:: party spent the Easter holidays in because one of the bridegrooms is a :oi:hr~O~o~C,a~twSail~i?o! o e n a their bungalow on Sumner avenue, resident of this city. es The contracting parties Were Tho- ends August 12th. The post seaso~l for a shorter time in the post-season. e e does look "classy" in that new sweater. Writer and Walter Earl Doland. TheThe camp is open to all schoola, young ladies are the daughters of Mr. Horseback riding will be a special fea- at(o~Cv: Mayor Toni White of the Isthulns and Mrs. L. T. Writer of E1 Monte. ture this season, and all land and wa- r I~tain and Mrs. Tad Gray, who returned from the mainland Monday, g ~t~ been .wintering on the mainland, Mr. Ellington is the Avalonite re- ter sports will be indulged in. Girls after spending several weeks in Los /erred to.He is in charge of the may bring their own horses to camp, allrl~ed home Saturday. Angeles. Toutoring given if desired." ]erat __~ nursery for the Santa Catalina Island Ivy H Overholtzer, the well- Mrs. C. R. V. McClanuahan and residence Conlpally, under the direction of Head ~Twin Sunshine," the Mott 'RU_.,m~" ~tl Los Angeles funeral director, children were guests of Captain and Gardner .Albert Conrad. Before coin-on Claressa avenue, is undergoing im- iii! eiii !ii!i ing here he was for twelve years nur- provements. Mrs. George El Aull for a few davs seryman and salesman for the l'ioneer last week. Nursery at Monrovia. The group of cottages being built Rev. J. H. Mallows, formerly pastor Mr and Mrs. Ellington will take up on Clemente avenue by the Santa of the local Congregational Church, is their residence at the cot.rage on Eu- Catalina Island Company is approach- among the attendants at the Annual calyptus avenue which is known as ing completion. ad ~.~1~' " C. p. Sullivan of 255 East Retreat, held here this week. "Sometimes Inn." It is expected that the bride will see to it the bridegroom The addition on the northerly side te us~~l!tley avenue, who has been quite Last season Mr. A. W. Hooper of is. of the Hotel St. Catherine is now eno , is . closed, and will be ready for occupan- ~dJng, l~'~_ COnvalescing at the Catalina Boston brought to gaff the first tuna ----------- ~v~l["~Pital, - "TIN" WEDDING ANNIVERSARY cy early in the summer. se of the season, and also twenty-six ad- _all .~ r~[ ~r E " ditional tuna weighing over 100 pounds ' O~,~ t. One day last week Judge George E. Have you seen the Tuna Club an- y -,m~. ". ase crossed to the mainland each. t ~t'~tiny to take in the Easter services _ ~ __ Daul and wife celebrated the tenth nual booklet? It is a forty-eight-page mc~0n~gelus Temple,returninghome Mr. and Airs. E. J. Whitney are in anniversary of their marriage. Looking affair, with cover, printed on coated / uay. Avalon attending the Annual Retreatback into the files of the Islander we stock, and was produced in the Cata- d,j~ of the Congregational Church pastors, find the following in the issue of April lina Islander office. ,lor ~ '~t ~.ynns and family of Los Ange- and greeting their many old-time 21, 1914: -- ,os "~,u-urtstened their new Catalina av- Marriage on the Q.T. Announcement is made that the aPl~l;i'~e home last week fitting it up for friends. "Last Wednesday morning Geo. E. Daul new million-dollar steamship "Cata- I"', ' ~ "---"- the popular little clerk at the Hotel Metro- summer. Miss Frances Winters and Miss pole, pleading pressing business at Los An- lina," being built by the Los Angeles geles, obtained from Manager Rickets a leave Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company -to~,][ ~0t~ - ~ Betty Wynn of the Passing Show Co. of absence for two days. Thursday morning LOll,.- e thirty co eds from the South were Avalon visitors last week. Miss was seen making a bee line for the office of 3rd. , |~tll ~ ~ - - the "pressing" business developed when he at Wilmington, will be launched May Vil.~l~at ranch, University of California, Winters has returned to the companythe marriage license clerk.Securing the all important document, he soon met M~ss Anna ~a~ "| /.Ierra_ me Easter week holidays at which goes to Portland, Oregon, this R. Podger of Brooklyn, N. Y., and together | usa Court. weel . ~ iss ~ ynn ' rill t m2 tin a Av- they proceeded to the nearest minister, and Mysterious lndeei quickly were made one. He returned Friday "Seen any mysterious strangers alon for some time, and is the guest noon, but never a word did he utter about t week. Miss Wynn will remain in Av- M*-" and Mrs Monroe Knox of Pas- alon : r sorle tim~, an 1 is th ~ nest the solemn and binding obligation which he around here lately?" causually inquired . o~Miter _ W.ere the guests of their dough- of Miss Thelma Smith. took while away, and never dreaming that the detective from the city. ~__ his many friends in Avalon had been wised-w~isWl a:! ~ ~eear~ v~eh!~ O:v~ :w!~; t h;, :hit[(2k..~nd son-in-law Mr and Mrs up. Sunday noon whil~ lunch was in pro- :or.| "~utle c,, , The Pacific Coast fleet of the United gress in the officers' dining room, his as. ~-nesney, and son Charles. States Navy passed Catalina Island sociates presented him with what apparently ~'~C~!i!~ilnWii:kw~i~/~ [2. a .. !d~Ai:~[dtvli~i!i~itag~sI was a huge wedding cake, but in reality an bits out o my whiskers--Pacific early Tuesday morning, en route to inverted dish pan, nicely frosted, and fixed San Pedro. They have just arrived up to suit the occasion. Vainly he tried to Woodman. cut it, but not succeeding, worked his knife home frorll Atlantic waters. Before into the bottom, and found a tiny pair of shoes, cute little soxs, a very small vest and Catalina will give you the rest of r,_,.l`l~'t-~ ~ekafrandterna ca paid IthellCatalt"a Islander passing through the Panama Canal to dre .... package of safety plus and neees- your life, Come to Catalln& eastern waters, they united with the sary linen, in fact, everything needed to housekeep in a "small" way. George proved a Atlantic fleet in various naval maneu- himself a good Indian, by" accepting the joke good naturedly, and passing cigars. Mrs. vers. Daul will be over about the first of the TH_.._EE ISLANDER ADLET s. Toll, district president, will month, when a nicely furnished little cottage ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line ~h,,-.With the Mary Williams Club , Jim Bates told us Sunday to put will be awaiting her, Here's wishing the ~as~'ih~!b~uls~i~ ?Sty' ~lo~[S_tlay afternoon !iTher~e!VJll bm;~ newly married couple the best on earth, and per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. 'something .in the paper, and now we heartily indorse the inscription on the wedding cake--"may all their troubles be we do not remember what it was. So, little ones." Wanted---Maid work of any kind or laundry work by day, by colored lady. whatever it was you told us to say, Not a "trouble" yet. Address 240 Tremont street. 15 Jimmy, if we could have remembered ]'he L "''----- it, it would ,have fit right in where ~Irs Lr athes of the Church Aid gave to ~a, Pton, who is leaving the Island this "chapter is so sweetly and con- S%l)ri.~e her home on the mainland, a tentedly resting. tl%a,se Party on Wednesday after- Retnember the High S~--~hool plays, tir~ewasat Mrs. Ott's. A very enjoyable which are set for Friday evening, at spent by all present, the Hotel Atwater. As this is the Lr __ the ,r t o' the sc oo, visit,.,. Corporation, was a welcome along histrionic lines, let's give them a He ~' at the Islander office last week. crowded house. Admission, 25c, 35c or tyler:ailed to inspect the "Model C" 50c. ,, ,, 0Oieeetlt_ing machine installed in this -- givi~ag ~st year, and which has been The largest Easter crowd ever known in the history of the Island very satisfactory service. . ~liss S "'--" spent the holidays here. On Sunday ~s Sl) Goodwin of Eagle Rock the steamship Avalon made two cross- her ,, the Easter vacation with channel trips, leaving the Island at 2 ~'I. f~Cle aud aunt Mr and Mrs W and 7:15 p. in. ,-eMra, - rxotel Catalina and Hotel English I,iterature in New Eng- Visit . t' This is Miss Sadie's first land" is the title of an interesting pa- ls ,.to .Catalina and she thinks there lsl;:d Place quite so beautiful as the per which we have in type and ex- pected to publish in this issue But circumstances compel itspublication tlss - ~f a s2adine T. Riddle is the name later. tady ~t. and one-half pound young This week we have automobiles, ~ital ~n.arrived at the Catalina Hos- sewing machines, winchester rifle and Pdddl2Prfl 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Ted many things that you could use--if thOther, are the happy father and you need them. Read the want ads [el~res,~...Mr. Riddle ts the Avalon EornOa~";ative of the Standard Oil every week, they're good. Subscribe now---~ per year. THE BLUE BIRDS The Blue Birds, with their leader, Mrs. George W. Greene, enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at Buena Vista park Saturday afternoon. The eggs were hidden among the flowers and shrub- bery, and it is safe to say that not one egg was missed. Vivian Harris was the story-teller, and told ~ most interesting one. The young ladies present were Katheryn Dunkle, Lois Harrison,Violet Watson, Georgie Cole- man, Catherine Brown, Vivian Harris, Irene Hoover, Elsie Clark, Mary Con- rad, Nita Guirasich, Isabell Scott and Margaret Daly. Katherine Darvill of Los Angeles was a guest of the group. At the Catalina Hospital, on Thurs- day last, Mrs. Stanley Fisher of Peb- ble Beach, underwent an opgration for appendicitis. She is well on the way toward recovery. Jack H. Gibson of Pasadena and Frances G. Crum of Lemanda Park, have been visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Cora Greeley, during the Easter vacation. Have you seen "Nobody Honte's" Italian haircut ? For Sale--Electric Vacuum Cleaner, bargain. Childs' high chair. Three- burner oil stove. See Fullerton, 354 Metropole avenue 15 For Sale--One nearly new drop-head Singer Sewing Machine---S35. Will ac- cept payments. See Mrs. Westbrook, Island Tea Room. 15 Wanted--Position as housekeeper or' assistant housekeeper in hotel or ap- artmenthouse, by experienced woman. Address Box G, Islander office. 15p For Sa!~-1923 Chervolet Touring car, $300, E. V. Schook, Catalina Mar- ket, Bakery Department 14-15p Wantod---For cash customer--easily accessible, inexpensive summer camp at Avalon. Must be snappy value. Give full particulars. Baird Realty Co, 4871 Huntington Drive, Los Angeles. For Sah---22-Winchester rifle, in the very best of condition, $20, see Henry Gasser, at Hotel Atwater. For R~at--Furnished flat, four room,, bath and kitchen. A nice sun porch, Apply 316 Metropole avenue. 39If For '$al~--New sailing skiff, com- plete with large, new sail, oars and centerboard. Extremely fast in the lightest breezes. See Major Lawrence Mott, Avalon, Cal., for photographs and price. 14