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AY, MAY 3, 1933 PAGE SEVEN IAL AND PERSONAL ~IacLean returned Friday from trip to Los Angeles. delegation from the Banning in neat red sweaters, visitors Sunday. ad Mrs. W. H. Gill left Friday for a few weeks stay at Rock residence. try E.lizabeth Beatty of Los been the guest for the of her daughter, Mrs. C. J. ted meeting of the local Ma- will be held next Friday 5th. All Master Masons to attend. president of the Tuna Over for the week-end, dur- he was the guest of A. C. home on Maiden Lane. three hundred members of College of the University California were among to Catalina on Thursday Mrs. Jeff Thompson had as week A. R. Behnke of manager of Ger- and Mrs. Thompson's Clara Mac McKim, from Qranz, son of Mrs. Isabella over last week to visit Minnie Joughin, and rst hand how she was get- with that broken ankle. He as comfortable as could be Under the circumstances. O'Donnell of Los Angeles, of the Tuna Club, and le most ardent fishermen in came into the bay on Sun- aboard his new boat "Pe- ~vVith the genial Doctor O'Donnell, Dr. and Mrs. ]d Mrs. Wilson, all of Los O'Donnell is one of the surgeons in Los Angeles, .~ry busy man. All of the nlay have is given to his and this goes for any Year. The "Peter Pan" is ~ig enough to sail any sea, Ctor plans to make a few >n her this year. When Waters during the season ell has a smaller fishing leh he uses. On Monday and their guests ~ere tour of the many places In and around Avalon by "Peter Pan" returned to on Tuesday, after a de- at Catalina. [cFarlane Moore, of Ava- brother, Lieutenant Jr., of San Diego, who attend the funeral of Moffitt, who lost crash of the dirigible }turned Tuesday. Mrs. her home here, while the returned to his duties where his flying squad- duty from the air- ;ton". In this connection to note the report that family is coming to Charles Moffitt, the and the second daugh- ~ffitt, arrived at United on Saturday, and l's widow and another A. Moffitt Jr., Thursday en route family will be to- 1% the exigencies of the young men SOon seperate them uge~t, Charles, expects %eademy at Anna- William A. Mof- at present attached to nett", a Base Force ,~ill leave for tof join the Alaska the Navy, and offitt will soon be ~e Anacostia naval ta as a test pilot. CLARESSA AVENUE NEWS By J. W. Lowe Mrs. Emma Horton of No. 121 is in Los Angeles on a business trip. Mrs. W. H. Mead arrived on Sun- day's boat, for a week's stay at "Idol O~rs". O. O. Goodenough of No. 342 paid a. visit to Los Angeles over Satur- day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wollard of No. 319 were in Los Angeles last week from Thursday to Sunday. Mayor and Mrs. Paulson and son of No. 348 returned Saturday fronl a week's visit in San Francisco. Robert Orme of No. 318, superin- tendent on the Sanborn job, was iu Los Angeles from Wednesday to Sat- urday. A. A. Holt of No. 220, who has been vacationing in Avalon for the past mouth, returned to Los Angeleson Thursday. lit ~ llt P. V. Reyes left for Los Angeles Monday, for a week's business trip, and to visit his wife, whose condition shows little improvement. Miss Helen Grady of the "Home Dining Room" is making extensive re- pairs on her property at No. 111, which greatly improves its appearance Mrs. S. F. Tissell of Los Angeles, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. B.. Powell of No. 343 for rhe past two weeks, returned home Sun- day. W. H. Stone returned from the Isthmus early in the week, and left for Pasadena for a few days' stay be- fore opening the bath house here for the summer. Mrs. Anna Mair and her sister, Miss Elizabeth Ferrier, both of Los Angeles, were the guests of Mrs. Laura Bryant of "The Southern Inn" between boats Sunday. Added to the house party of Mrs. Mullin of No. 204 during the past week were Mrs. McDaniel, Mrs. O. P. Con- away and Mr. L. Anderson. Mrs. Mullin's guests departed Sunday after- noon - Mrs. Sylvia Ashton, formerly "Mother Ashton" of the motion pic- ture industry, is in Avalon on a busi- ness deal, and is also enjoying a visit with her aunt, Mrs. E. L. Berkey of No. 211. Raymond Bevier was in Los Ange- les from Thursday to Saturday on a business trip. Mr. Bevier, who is in- terested in astronomy, visited Mt. Lowe O~bservatory,--and by the way, he also attended the circus Mrs. George Mulford was in Ava- lon between boats Friday. She was accompanied by Miss Nellie McLean of Los Angeles, who will occupy the Mulford cottage, "Hemmed Inn", dur- ing an extended vacation. Fred Chappell, also of No. 318, spent part of last week in the metrop- olis, returning Saturday, bringing with him for a week-end vacation Mrs. Robert Titus, daughter Florence and son Louis, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Grace Titus. Mrs. Elizabeth Caldwell and Mrs. Fred H. Bayles of Los Angeles, occu- pied "Reid Craft" for a very pleasant vacation from Thursday to Tuesday. They had with them Mrs. Caldwell's grand-daughter, Miss Constance J. Clark, and herfriend, Miss Maxine Evers. Both young ladies are attend- ing U. C. L. A., and returned to the city Sunday. :O:~ Herbert Fitch was an Island visitor over the week-end. Other social and personal notes on pages six and ten. NOVEL HONOR COURT PLANNED On Sunday, May 14th, the Catalina Island School for Boys will act as hosts to Avalon Boy Scouts and friends, at the Court of Honor to be held at the School on this date. All Avalon friends interested in Scouting are invited to take a picnic lunch and spend the day at beautiful Toyon Cove, where the school is located. Avalon Troops 1 and 2 are planning some stunts for entertainment, which should prove amusing to the guests. Also, the orchestra from the Boys' School will present a musical program. Further details will be announced in the next issue, according to Mr. R. Arnold, local Court of Honor chair- u-laD. :o:-- RUN OF BARRACUDA During the latter part of last week there was quite a run of barracuda, which fish were exceptionally large, some taken weighing as high as 12 to 14 pounds. Yellowtail are also show- ing. There are rfiany indications that we may have the tuna back this sum- mer. Commercial fishermen report a change in the currents and conditions in general in the water are decidedly different this spring. These men are quite optimistic of us having a good year's sport. We are all hopeful that our local prophets may be correct in their predictions and that we may en- joy good fishing again, for whigh Cat- alina is world-famed. --------- : 0 : ------- AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY "NOTES The Nineteenth District meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held in the American Legion Hall, at North Long Beach, Wednesday, May 17, 1933. Catalina Island Unit 137 will be co- hostesses for the occasion. All Unit members are urged to attend. Katherine Fitzgerald, President. Mesdames Katheryn Fitzgerald, Iola Ellison and Hazel Brown of Catalina Island Unit 137, American Legion Aux- iliary, attended the hmcheon and re- ception last Thursday in Patriotic Hall, Los Angeles, in honor of Mrs. Alfred S. Blackburn, of Kentucky, Na- tional President of the American Le, gion Auxiliary. Lorena Good, presi- dent of the Department of California, and the department officers and chair- men, were present. Approximately 501) attended the event. Born--To Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Greenbamn, in the earlv hours of Sun- day morning, April 30, 1933, a son. The young man weighed about 6p~ pounds, and all are doing well. Summer, Winter, Spring or Fall, Catalina's best of .all. For Rent--Five-room furnished cot- tage at 323 Catalina Ave. Apply to owner, 325 Catalina Ave. Phone 205. AVALON COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev, John B. Toomay, Minister Sunday Services--Church S c h o O 1, 9:00 a.m., morning preaching service; 10:30 a.m. Subjects next Sunday: 10:30 a.m.--"Missions Revalued." 7:00 p.m.--"Within and Without." Mid-week meeting, Wednesday eve- ning at 7:30. The public is cordially invited to at- tend any or all of these services. -- : 0 : ------ Christima Scieaace Churches Job's questions "Is not destruction to the wicked? and a strange punish- ment to the workers of iniquity?" con- stituted the Golden Text in the Les- son-Sermon on "Everlasting Punish- ment" on Sunday in Christian Science Society of Avalon, branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. O~ae of the Bible selections in the Lesson-Sermon included Ezekiel's words: "The word of the Lord came unto me again, saying What mean ye, that ye use this proverb concerning the land of Israel, saying, The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the chil- dren's teeth are set on edge ? as I live, saith the Lord God, ye shall not have occasion any more to use this proverb in Israel. Behold, all souls are mine; .. The son shall not bear the iniq- uity of the father, neither shall the fa- ther bear the iniquity of the son; the righteousness of the righteous shall be upon him, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon 'him." A correlative passage from "Science and~ Health with Key to the Scrip- tures", by Mary Baker Eddy, stated: "It is error to suffer for aught but your own sins. Christ, or Truth, will destr()y all other supposed suffering, and real suffering for your own sins will cease in proportion as the sin ceases." --- "O'-- Miller Crane of Long Beach came over aboard his cruiser "Isabel II", having as his guest Harry Buffum of the same city. Both of these gentle- men are :nembers of the Tuna, Club, and at this writing are out looking for a nice yellowtail. Quite a few of these game fish have been seen, and one of seventeen pounds was taken by a lady angler a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. O: E. Bailey and son returned Sunday from a visit to the continent. SEE MACBETH AT ONCE and leave your order for flowers for Mothers' Day, Sunday, May 14th. Of all days this is the day that Mother must be remembered. Every day is my busy day, but I am never too busy to attend to your case personally. Macbeth, the Popcorn Man, at the Piggly Wiggly. If you don't trade with me we both lose money.--Advt. THE ISLANDER ADLETS .~ careful reading of these Adlets will reveal many barzains that olh- wise you might miss. RATES--10 cents per line Watch & Clock Specialist--Raymond K. t3evier, 702 Crescent Ave. 15 ADLHTS For Sale--Cottage at 228 Metropole. $2,500. Inquire on premises. 49. ADLET.~ For Sale---Mathewson Cottages, 17 units. P. O. Box 1366. ADLBTS Why Wait?--Have your paper-hang- ing, painting or repairing done on the installment plan. P. O. Box 1016. 11 ADLETS For Sale---The store of P. V. Reyes, kodak and developing department, and bathing beach goods, at 519 Crescent Avenue. 30tf ADLBTS Public Stenographer -- Confidential secretary. Reasonable rates. Call 500, Islander Office. tf. Bridge Score Cards--The Catalina Islander is now prepared to furnish bridge players with simple score cards, at the low figure of 25cents for 50 cards. ADLETS Resident Trained Nurse---Open to call at any time. Day call, phone 500, Care C. H. Smith; night call, phone 639. Would care for children day or night. Could act as cashier. ADL~TS For Rent--Fur. cottage apts. Winter rates--S12, $15, $18, $20, $25 per mo Mrs. Westbrook, 217 Sumner Ave 36 ADLETS View Lot---4Oxl20 ; 5-room house (beds for 8) on rear 40, leaves front 40x80 for income. Fruit anti flowers. $1000 cash, bal. like rent. Lefavor, 332 Metropole.