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May 25, 1944     The Catalina Islander
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May 25, 1944

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PAGE EIGHT THE CATALINA IS4 IN APPRECIATION | Moth Proof The fragrant cedar aroma of the moth-proof stor~ bag will remain for considerable time due to the presence of genuine cedar pulp used in its manufacture. CATALINA HAFI[IWA E COMPANY ii You'll t)c~ surprised at the nice stock we have in many cotton go(Ms that are very scarce on the mainland-- TOWELS SHEETS CANVAS PERCALES WASH-CLOTHS DISH-CLOTHS PILLOWS OUTINGS PRINTED BATISTE --but come in and see them-- @ I .AVE SEVERAL GOOD BUyS JUST NOw i ,Telephone 140 121 Clarissa Avenue j I FURNISHED HOUSES AND APARTMENTti; FOR RENT l i Mrs. A. Nelson ACME i;AFE A LA CARTE SERVICE .FTturing fISH: STEAK & CH?.P.?INNE .RS J [ Th "1 e Bic cle Shop l Sales Rendals Repairs KICK STANDS CHAIN GUARDS BASKETS t RUBBER GRIPS l i .E-B ILT B,c c Es l Located in the Alley next to Post Offlee TEI.r.PHON SSa- .W 1[ Jeck: Do you play any musicM in- Gene: I have a leading part in the strument ? new play. Peck: Only at home. Harry: That so ? Who is your lead- .leek: What do you play there? ing lady, Peck: Second fiddle, bene: Don't have any. I lead a horse on the stage. Lecturer: There are some spectac- les we can never forget. Dumb: Where can I get a pair? I'm always losing mine. "The Rock" from America's stand- point is the island of Oahu, Hawaii, about 2,10(1 miles from San Francisco~ Parson: My man, you should love your enemies. Toper: Well, I love rum, gin and whisky. If you don't trade in Avakm we all k~ nmm~. BIRTHDAY PARTY To help him celebrate his birthday, a group of friends of Lloyd Williams dropped in at his Descan,so avenue home unexpectedly last Saturday eve- ning. The evening" was spent playina games, after which a beautHul birth- (lay cake was cut and refreshments served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mathews; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Zacagna; Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Komey; Xfr. and Mrs. Ord and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams. --BUY WAR BONDS NOTICE SCOUT MOTHERS There will be a meeting of Scout Mothers at the Social Hall of the Community Church Saturday, May 27, at 2.(X) p.m. Final plans for the Court of Honor will be discussed. BUY WAR BONDS Our Adlet Column helps. Try it GET SUN TAN 1N SUN RAYS 'WITH LESS SUNBURN RISK Not Greasy Relief ,ior Sunburn E-Z TAN DRUG STORES The Scout Mothers wish to of those who participated in, tributed to the success of party last Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. W. Taylor, ON TO VICTORY--. NOTICE OF INTENDED Under Section 3440 Civil code! the State of California NOTICE IS HEREBY That Desert Grill, Inc a Vendor whose address is Canyon Drive, in the City Springs, County of Riverside, California, intends to sell to A1 Vendee, whose address is 745 Grammercy Place, in the City Angeles, County of Los Angel of California, the following personal property, to-wit: All stock in trade, fixtures, equ and good will of a certain and cocktail lounge business Mark's Ck)ffee Shop and loc 403 Cresdent Avenue, Avalon, Island, County of I,os Angeles, of California, and that a sale, and assignment of the same v made, and the consideration tt! will be paid at 9:(X) o'clock A. Vednesday, the 31st dav of at the office of Saul lc Room 621 at 727 Vest in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State fornia. l)ated May 18, 1944. AI Uribe r This is the Arden Boy. He has been a permanent resident of Catalina Island for over thirty years. He is in the Dairy business, and it has been his job to provide you with the finest milk'and ice cream that it has been possible to produce, Arden milk and ice cream He is work" ing pre.ty-" hard these days. A lot of overtime, not much rest. DairY products are an essential wartime food very much in demand in the at:ned forces and in booming industrial centers. Sometimes it is a littlt hard for the Arden Boy to get enough to go around. But he is doing everything in his power to maintain the service that has earned the confidence and friendship of Islanders for so many years. He will co~i tinue to do his best, in the Arden way--satisfying his old friends o (.latal'ina. ms FAMOUS FOR PRIZE WINNING DAIRY PRODUCTS 1 I minimal / I mlnmln~l Los Angeles Daily Papel.u HERE EVERY DAY THE CATALINA ISLANDER FOR SALE HERE All The Well Known Best Brands of Cigars and Cigarettes Your Favorite Smoking or Chewing Tobacco Freshest and Best of CANDIF S at All Times LIBRARY E. WINDLL Pma .