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t ISL ATALINA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN PLAY SrI&LF r AND PERSONAL dayFredfor a fewV" Scott was in Avalon Sun- LAUNCH "CATALINA" ANDREWREcENTLY J" HALSTEADpAsSED SUCC ! , ------ SATURDAY MORNING _ ~tdies Aid will meet Friday ...... AWAY auditor>n at 2:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stamford re- (Special to the Catalina Islander) Funeral services for the late An- nin~_ by_ ~" turned Sunday to thir home at Clare- Los Angeles, April 29.--On Saturday, drew Jackson Halstead, who passed itness t~_t Wilson was in town last week, mont. May 3rd, every whistle in Los Angeles away, Saturday, April 19th, at his' old Joils offal~ "hello" to his many friends, harbor will welcome the latest" addi- home at 200 North Hoover street, Los Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kane of Los tion to the passenger fleet of the Pa- Angeles, were held at the John R. was "3 ~tlllen and wife returned Sun- Angeles are occupyingtheirAvalon cific Coast. Paul Company chapel, in Los Angeles, 7as port~tra a brief trip to the metropo- cottage for a month. The fast, luxurious, pleasure ship Monday morning, April 21st. It the p Interment was in Forest Lawn cem- resu 0~ acific. ~ -- "Catalina," built to the order of Win. ,,news,,ll(~ Walter Burgess of Los Angeles wasWrigley, Jr., will slip into the water etery, Rev. Kunkle officiating at the ,g tw~st]l.. JohnstondaoS:t~on~2 in Avalon Sunday, calling on his chapel. The G. A. R., Bartlett-Logan eaAvar brother Frank, at Windle's News at 9:15 a. m. from its ways in the - Stand. He is with the Pacific Electric yards of the Los Angeles Shipbuilding Post, and W. R. C. administered mill- Railway Company. and Drydock Company. tary honors at the grave. By July 1st, it is expected the vessel Mr. Halstead served in the llth ebrew ~a~rid Mrs. Grant F. Peck of Den- Mrs. Mae Osier came over to attend will be on the run to and from Cata- Kansas Cavalry during the civil war. |~te Staying in the Carver apart- the sunrise service on the mountainlina Island. It will cost one nfillion After the war he owned and operated le yottaJ~ f0r an indefinite period. The on Easter morn, and remained a few dollars when fully equipped for ser- saw-mills on the Blue river, at Man- :redit :~are real boosters for Catalina. vice. A glass enclosed ballroom forhattan, Kansas, for many years. al in J~ll~ ~ days to rest. She returned to the ,,~/ Qlub week-end guests inclu-mainland on Thursday. dancing is one of its numerous feat- He arrived in Los Angeles thirty- ures. It will clip twenty minutes from eight years ago and made that his Pf'~/~c~President James W. Jump, When Mr. Lauranee, of the Santa the present running time to the Island. permanent home until the time of his death. He passed away at the age of r ~cla0~i~' ~rode, Herbert Earlscliffe, F.H. Catalina Island Company real estateApril 28th, 1924. 89 years, leaving a wife, Mary Eilza- Ihe t~][,'~ Ralph Bandini and Tom Mix. department, sold' the "Owl's Nest" to esting~ Mr. Harold S. Tregarthen, one of the Editor Catalina Islander: beth, and one son, Byron D. Halstead on off,.Mary Williams Club will hold oldest land-marks on Catalina Island Will you kindly tender to the people of Avalon. Taps were sounded over ~J0Urned meeting, for the trans-changed hands. Mr. Rosin,the for- of Avalon, through the columns of the grave on bugles by his" old corn- _ ,][-~ of business on Thursday, Maymer owner, purchased thisvaluable your publication, an invitation from rades. to haa~ at 2.30 ' our company to be present at the a ave~Sters'r p. m., at the club room piece of property more thantwenty CARD ~HANKS J* mn years ago. launching of the new twin-screw pas- the hal " senger steamship "CATALINA," at We desire to express our heartfelt :/and0tr'raridt il'.e Mrs. Clyde Opelt and son Have you real estate which you wishthe plant of the Los Angeles Ship thanks to all the friends who so kind- ns W .... Building and Dry Dock Company, San ly remembered us in our recent afflic- h "~" ere week-end vxsltors to Av- to sell or exchange? You may be in- tion. Their floral offerings and kind e Part]l~i~ ~,fr. Opelt's mother, Mrs. Jane terested in reading Dr. E. W. Min- Pedro, Saturday,May 3rd, at 9:15 words of sympathy will long linger in ~a~t~;~'"t0a~ompanied them on their re- ney's advertisement on page three, o'clock a- m. our memory. ~ os Angeles. ~ We feel that the residentsand MR. and AIRS. B. D. HALSTEAD. rge.mA ~| ~- Barracuda are running. On Mon- property owners of the Island should MRS. MARY. E,. HALSTEAD. ncil~Vi[, ~rlin't~'Ix' Qs]~rode is entertaining his sis- day Nick Vojkovich caught one weigh- rightly feel, and are entitled to feel, The lumber for the Catalina Island -, ' . . OscarLawlor, and son, also ing nine and three-quarter pounds, that the launching of this palatial new Yacht Club arrived here Tuesday ~tSse~Wlor steamship is but another epoch in the morning. The i~iledriver crew has ed 1 and Mrs. Slaught of Los Live mercha==ts advertise, steady advance of prosperity on thefinished the job of driving the piles. ~; , at his home on Maiden Lane. Island; that our progress is also the In sixty days the artistic clubhouse ,i~ will stay for a few days. RANGERS VISIT HOWLAND'S progress of the people and the com-will be completed. The Santa Catalina, aih#t~r~rana|l' Mix-~ro Sixty-five Western Rangers from Wrigley's interests and the interests ..... th" ught a party to Avalon munity which we serve, and that Mr.Island Company is doing the work. 'jt~st~s_ e Week-end, on his beautiful "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs are gi~g~'~' "Miss Mixit." The new Cata-Los Angeles, under the leadership of of the people of Avalon are alike ben- ' -J~'~ ~erecently purchased b Friend Harry ,C. James, took a trip to Bill efited by the huge expenditures foron sale at Windle's News Stand. rye ,~ has Y Hunter s and Elmer C. Henderson s the betterment of service and accom- ~.. been newl painted and dec Subscribe now----S2 per year. I"t~tt b Y - camp at Howland's Landing during the modations that he has made and will Y the Santa Catalina IslandEaster vacation, continue to make, T--~ ~ ~"L~s ~,,/~alay, and will soon be one of theThe boys rangedin age from 11 to Very truly yours, t~ ~ Places of the western hillside. 18.The older fellows took along their. ~ad~i~, ~ D.M. RENTON, ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line ch r~~s Dor^- per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. ~ ~ir~e~ utny Hahn delightfully en- own grub and cooked it, while the in- Vice-President and General Manager. nit~ri