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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE THREE ANNUAL AT CATALINA Is that upon the hill ? Has a funeral?" said the little not that we knew of." are all those men with doing, then? .... Oh, they all right f but it is no They are having a mighty rrte.', were the Congregational of Southern California, who, to annual custom, had been the ~ek following Easter Isle. had accepted the hospitality "Watson and wife and of the the Congregational Church the hotel men who so gener- care of them. Rest, friend- all combine here in Friday they returned labors in different fields with zest. ~orniug there had been infor- on Round Top. Af- anything they liked. Even- address and discussion at the The one exception was Wed- ,When, as guests of the church, t!Yed a glass-bottom-boat trip te's Landing for a picnic. sported themselves like the they are. occasions on this earth are as t~ these hard-working men as week at Avalon. Already flanning on the "next time." resolution was unani- and heartily adopted at the meeting of the "Retreat" a taonal ministers and spent the happy ds week here in Avalon in annual Retreat, wish to ex- their respective hosts and and to the pastor of this his family, their very deep gratitude for the lavish to- received from them. anew their conviction has no richer reward stored thful and true pastors than Avalon affords; and they pray that their conduct may so exemplary as to win entertainers an- for another year." Attending Retreat Burbank. San Dimas. Paso' Robles. Norwalk. Pasadena. Long Beach. Burr, 909 N. Normandie eles. 370 Salem endale. tpbell, Claremont. San Diego. Puente. Willowbrook. Plymouth Congrega- reh, Los Angeles. )ay, 519 N. Co,restock av- ttier. West 2Ist street, Los Dyer, Saticoy. Chula Vista. Yucaipa. -*eman, Pomona. 755 Lemon street, RiP- Etiwan,la. Claremont R. D. 9, Box 1022, Los Shafter. Bethany Congrega- Los Angeles. Hyde Park, es. Olivet Congregational Angeles. Redlands. ~ld, Buena Park. La Mesa. 0yt, 955 S. Plymouth Bou- s, 1302 N. Michigan av- '.ha. Herbert C. Ide, Redlands. Win. G. Johnson, 1518 Detroit avenue, Los Angeles. J,. Jasper Jones, 1261 N. Raymond av- enue, Pasadena. George F. Kenngott, 312 Homer Laughlin Building, Los Angeles. Charles L. Knight, 7736 Fay avenue, La Jolla. James H. Lash, 1768 Sycamore avenue Los Angeles. Ernest E. Lightner, 1123 E. 34th street, Los Angeles. J. P. Erdman, 1768 Beretania avenue, Honolulu. George R. Lockwood, Chula Vista. John L. Maile, 512 S. Catalina street, Los Angeles. J. Horace Mallows, Claremont. Win. R. Marshall, 1535 Atlantic av- enue, Long Beach. George F. Mathes, Rialto. Isaac McRae, Barstow. E. G. MacMahon, Los Angeles. Arthur Metcalf, 2275 Harrison avenue, San Diego. Henry G. Miller, Pacific Beach George M. Morrison, Wasco. Henry B. Mowbray, 380 Firth street, San Bernardino. C.S. Nash, 221 Atherton street, Ber- keley. Stephen A. Norton, Claremont. George L. Marsh, Ojai. Burton Y. Neal, 721 Monterey street. Carl S. Patton, 1045 S. Western av- enue, Los Angeles. A. O. Pritchard, 1761 Walworth av- enue, Pasadena. Chas. N. Queen, Oil Center. Edwin P. Ryland, 4609 Prospect av- enue, Los Angeles. Perry F. Shrock, Santa Ana. Win. A. Schwimley, Escondido. Earl J. Sechrist, Brea. Clyde S. Shepard, Claremont. George T. Simons, 312 Homer Laugh- lin building, Los Angeles. Clinton J. Taft, 658 W. 21st street, Los Angeles. W. A. Tate, Sierra Madre. D. T. Thomas, 6806 Hohnes avenue, Los Angeles. C. C. Stewart, Long Beach. John B. Toomay, Ontario. Edwin A. Waldo, 2053 Milan avenue, South Pasadena. LaRue C. Watson, Avalon. W. C. Wilcox, 1110 Esperanza street, Los Angeles. Mrs. Lucy C. Woodford, Route l, Orange. L. A.Wilson, Mission Hills, San Diego. A. C. Wright, Guadalajara, Mexico. S. E. Lynd, 2221 Atherton st., Berk- eley. Avalon, April 26, 1924. Editor Catalina Islander: Coming from our "Next Door Neigh- bor~" Mexico, the land which is gain- ing its evolution by revolutions, Iwlsh to congratulate you upon yotlr wonder- ful Island of Catalina and town of Avalon. The beauty of land and sea are un- surt)assed; the very air is soft and balmy; your people are kind and hos- pitable, but you are especially to be cong~ratulated for the yearly welcome which you give the ministers in their retreat for a vacation period. We thank you for all, and hope to be i)ermitted to come again. Very truly yours, ALFRED C. WRIGHT, Guadalajara, Mexico. LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE Tides are placed in order of occurrence. Comparison will show high and low. Light figures a. m. black figures p. m. MAY Th 1 ........ 2:05 8:08 1:$2 8:14 0.3 4.7 0.6 5.7 F ......... 2:39 8:47 2:18 8:39 0.0 4.5 0.9 5.8 S 3 ........ 3:10 9:24 2:44 9:04 --0.2 4.4 l.I 5.8 Su 4 ........ 3:40 10:02 3:06 9:30 --0.3 4.2 1.4 5.8 M 5 ........ 4:12 10:39 3:27 9:55 --0.3 4.0 1.7 5.6 Tu 6 ........ 4:45 11:20 3:50 10:21 --0.2 3.8 2.0 5.5 W 7 ........ 5:21 12:06 4:17 10:49 0.0 3.5 2.2 5.2 Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library, 201 Metropole avenue, open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 5; also Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. Visitors are al- ways welcome. The St. Louis Sporting News is o~ sale at Windle's News Stand. Renew your subscription to The Catalina Islander, $2 per year. Catalina will give you the rest of your life. Come to Catalina. Advertise your needs in The Catalina Islander. PACIFIC AWNING [10. AWNINGS, AND TENTS AUTO COVERS, CANVAS Repairs Attended to PHONE 615-257 FOURTH & PACIFIC AVALON BRANCH LONG BEACH 367 SUMNER AVE. PENS PAPER PENCILS PADS ENVELOPES Provided Values offered meet with my approval, will (Pay cash difference if necessary), RENT or LEASE your Avalon Property Office--Theatre Building Phone 121 Avalon, California P.O. Box 1393 1 Sandwich FOLLOW THE CROWD AND BE SATISFIED! "We Have Thrown .the Key Away" CHAS. R. GERMAN H. R. GERMAN, Props. WHEN UNEXPECTED GUESTS ARRIVE you may be truly pleased to see them, knowing that your Grocery pantry is well filled. It is no task at all to prepare a meal that will do you credit with the help.of the delicious canned goods, preserves and other dainties kept at the Bakery.. Cash Grocery SUMNER AVENUE ATWATER HOTEL BLDG. AND REMEMBER OUR BAKERY GOODS IS A PRIME REQUISITE for particular people. We aim to make ours one of the best. Our deliveries are prompt and efficient, and you may safely phone in 3'our orders. They will receive prompt and careful attention. BETTER MEATS AND BETTER SERVICE il6 Catalina Avenue Phone 31 FREE DELIVERY