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May 5, 1926

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!IrllE CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE NINE" .i TO OUR rs for past favo . Will Continue to keep our ring and Workmanship up Ur USual high standard. / IAI TIN HALL Merchant Tailor LECTRICIAN i E. CAMERON 3~6$l~:~pole Av. Ph. 96. M _ A'hnt lu 1.2 L~etropole Ave. ~lectrlc Signs / ] Cata,nals,andLo oe, F.U.M. ,a~k, ,t3~ m l'oresters Hall. Visifin "~ ~emretl are Welcome g ~" DASH, MASTER. RY ~N unsanitary kitch- Phone 124 0Y R J.GAUDIN___ ] RADI0LA 25 ~-~ A 6-tube Super-Heterodyne [11 II Ill 22---The Ball. equipped with the new UX-120 |111II Ill One must develop a good swing and power tube for greater volume [[~[[[ have an excess of muscular power to and tone qualityI ~~1 get tile best results out of tile moderu golf ball. It is too heavy and too small A single control achieves sim- ~~l pllcity of operation; without sacri- ;~ ~1 I for use by the player of less than av- tieing sensitivity and selectivity. ~~i crags skill. Nearb' all women and man until his golf swing is well No Antennae~a-iust neatloo at ~J[ any along will do better with a larger and t P " ~~i lighter hall. Even tile flo'tter type istached to the top. The fine cabinet ~iuP'-- better for these players than the so- has room inside for the batteries. "- called standard hall., 'The manufacture Of golf balls now SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS--A YEAR TO PAY. has heen perfected until all halls on the market must he good. Tile core AVALON RADIO iI ELEIITRII~ SHOP must be well and truly wound, must be glued tirmly to the o~ver and the cover itself must be tough, yet thin enough to l)erlnit tile resiliency of the Phone 133-W 607 Crescent Ave rubher core to be effective. The mark- ings are a matter of taste. All have~ .... been tried out thoroughly before being Mrs. C. B. - ..---.--.....P&l~ll~ll~l~ Taxidermist put to use, and all lend themselves to true flight. As a rule, AmericansAVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Speei'lty prefer the dhnl)le marking and the f "~ British prefer mesh marking. [ CABRILLO PERIOD .4kRCHITECTUIIR ! But while all bails are fairly good, [ The handsome new homes in .~IARILLA TRACT are dis)tinctly l it will be found there is a considerable [ Catalinan. Beautiful view of ocean and mountains. ] difference between balls out of theI FOR SALE A. L, LAURANCE EASY TERMS l same box SUl)l)osedly all of thetu ] Santa Catalina Island Co., Real Estate Dept. i have heen tested for spl~ericity, but l Phones 147 and 64-W Atwater Hotel Buildingl balls not perfectly round sometimes ~, ,i /)ass tile severest test. If tile ball is I Phone Avalon 16-J Phone San Pedro 131111 f not round it will not roll straight. [ Avalon, Cal. San Pedro, Cal. 1 Also it will not roll straight not" fl~ I 400 So. Grand Av.i straight if its center of gravity is not I 1 exactly in the middle. A rough test I Palm and McLin Funeral Home | can he made hy rolling tile ball with [ JAMES and McMINN, Representatives of Avalon Branch ] straightfiat table.Versl)inA ballnisa billiardround andr othercen. L Arrangements made for Private Ambulances on the Mainland. J tered correctly if it does not roll off "~ f 1 when it COllieS ahnost to rest. An ] TUNE IN ON KFWO ! THE MOTT STATION pert will not use a ball lhat does. If / it wabbles at all in l,lay, another bali ] ("Katalina For Wonderful Outings") l is lull ill 1)lay :it the next tee. t,n tile | i The station schedule has been revised and is as follows: Daily: 12:15, 1:15 ll contrary, if the hall seems to I)e ahso- I and 6:30-7:30, the splendid St. Catherine Hotel Orchestra, under the able leadrship l lutel~" true, it may I)e nsed for a full [ of Jess Franklin, by remote control from the Mott residence. Tuesdays. Frldaya / | and Sundays: Miss Hewitt's "Golden Hour" studio programmes. Sunday" Nights: l round ,)r more. AI Watrous scored a / The special concert in the lobby of the St. Catherine, by Jess Franklin's Orchestra. / 64 at li'rench Livk. In the previous round he tlsett fourteen halls on the r ' ' first fourteen holes. ()n the fifteenth [ Build it with CONCRETE ] the hall worked l,erfectly, lie used It ~,n tile renlainiag four holes and the full eighteen of tile record rounll of [ IT PAYS IN THE LONG RUN l 64. A hall whi('h has I,roved its worth [ HERBERT R. BAKER. Cement Contractor ] has often heen used on more than a [ ,, Phone 87-M [ / "Nothing But the Best 350 METROPOLE AVENUE / hundred holes. There may be a slight k ) loss in resiliency but not enough to be noticed hy the average player. 1 I CUT DOWN YOUR SHOE BILL 1925, ~Vestern Newspaper Union.) ! ..... --=-'-- ~ ] It can be done by expert repairing. A run-down heel will ruin your l I shoes.Let us fix your heels today. You bring 'em, we fix 'era. ] Watch the world come to Catalina. ! I PIkYE'r Shoe Sh0pand ShineParl0r I AVALON CHURCH SERVICES / STRAND THEATRE, loa CLARESSA t ./ Cathollc--St. Catherine's ; " ' -- Sunday Masses, 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday Phone Westmore 1169 PRIVATE AMBULANCE evenin~r devotions, 7:30 p.m. Weekday mass, 7:30 a.m. * " " IVY H. OVERHOLZER Christian Science Society A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, holds Sunday Services at 10:45 A. M., Sunday School at 9:15 A. M. Wednesday -.vening services at 8 o'clock. Snbject May 9, 1926: "Adam and Fallen Man." * * Community---Congregational Sunday services-~Church School at 9:30 a. m. ; Worship and Sermon, 10:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Mid-week service Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Everyone cordially invited to all the services. AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARY Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library, 201 Metropole avenue, open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 5; also every week day evening from 7 to 9. Visitors are always welcome. Subscribe now--S2 per year. Come to Catalina for the rest of your life. Good in whichever sense you choose to take it. FUNERAL DIRECTOR .1719 South Flower Street, at 18th Lady Attendant Los Angeles, California J 'CALIFORNIA FIRST' L. E. Beyhmer, by John Steven Nlcfiroarty Manager NOW OPEN - lSth year at San Gabriel Performances every afternoon except NIGh. Sat. & Wed. eve's, only. BA Baggage Checked it Your Door THE AVALON TRANSFER CO. WE HAUL ANYTHING. FURNITURE PACKED OR UNPACKED M. L. flAMES JOHN F. MeMINN _J