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IA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL and Mrs. James E. Gannon, for- residents of the island, were visitors. I-I. Stamford of Claremont spent m Avalon, preparing the Ho- for summer business. Salsbury, baritone, of Mon- the soloist at the concert in of the Hotel St. Catherine evening. who spent the summer two years ago; is lending a helping hand at Joe's ale this season. Longstreet of South Pasa- M. L. Veneman of Los have been spending the week M. E. Hoover of 325 Cat- avenue. Mrs. M. Lamphear of Los Angeles is a guest at the St. Catherine Hotel for a few weeks. Mrs. L. Russ of Glendale is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Swanfelt of Sum- ner avenue for a few days. Mrs. Munger, her son and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Woodbury, of Pasadena, are occupying their cottage on Cata- lina avenue. Mrs. L. J. Williams of the Williams cottages, who has been absent in the east for several months visiting mem- bers of her family, returned to Avalon last week. She is feeling much re- freshed after her months of rest, and is getting ready for a busy summer. Information has been received of the death of the mother of Mr. A. V. Ad- kins, at Montrose, California~ on ?day 21st. Mrs. Adkins had many friends ~r all" ~ve"h d Mrs. J. N Obrecht, who and acquaintances in Avalon, who will feel sorrow at her demise, interment 4Val0lleela spending two months at was at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glen- 1~,... , leave today for their home in dale. -urine, M" " 0f ~t. " mhlgan, much to the regret -etr many friends. Word comes from Berkeley of the vel)ieklqllins,~negetah," o of the best "known birth of a son on May 24th to Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Loud. This brings been _le salesmen in the state, has Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MacLean of Ava- ve~.get~ole_~n.gaged., to take. charge of the Ion into the ranks of grandparents, ~lark~ uepartmelat at the HooverMrs. Loud being their oldest daughter "~, on Catahna avenue. ~{r - . -"--'--- --Catherine. Mrs. MacLean is at pres- are at ~n(1 Mrs. R. S. Hoagland, who ent visiting with her daughter. tertaill~ae St. Francis apartments, en- '---- ~%k ~d as their guests over the Mrs. Jane Casey of the Coronado - apartments has received information and s-rid Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stearns to the effect that she is now a great- uri I%,ster, of Los Angeles. tlrkl'sa~;' k..IC~sier, three chil- aunt. "/'his comes about by the arival in Los Angeles on May 19th of Miss ~It~reri~d nurse, arrived Friday from Beatrice Mable Bradshaw, a little lass thair ~t, Arizona, and are occupying weighing six pounds and ten ounces-- ~I~sio~ttage on Descanso avenue. Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Brad- ~" Wdl join them in August. shaw. Mrs, Bradshaw formerly was h~r~t~" alld ~- ~'~rs.rs. Tad Gray returned bias7 ~ast Week for the summer Mr ~h~.. ~" Adams of Los An des has t "'tered ,t g oy ~a . me launch Swastika, owned atlglirl~tamg Gray, for his ;urnnler sea e9.'lVei,.ullcements have been received b~r,,~mg the information that Miss ""Y M " ~lts c, ~ qrtel, daughter of Mr. and J ,i .. Frost. is to be married l~ran6 /tli, to Mr. Francis George }ke Jr, The ceremony wilt ~h~r(~ace m the First Congregational ~'r~st a at Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. &Valt~latl .daughter are well known in ~eason~' Where they have spent many "~ In t " ~r h- hmr Catahna avenue sum- u/tie. (2arl E ~ f the 0~, .' , Avalon manager o r%or;~tatilaa Jaunting Car Company, is Valhalla_u to have discovered a vein of tll~ rof, ore near Middle Ranch, on aSSer,~ to the Isthmus. It is further able -~u that he proposes to give valu vis' samples of It h" the ore to those who % ~s find via th e beet t e stage hue. W %~ th o take a stroll over that way, r%yhe at the quarantine is lifted, and of the we will be able to "lift" some Precious metal. hoste," Harry Pitts was a charming l~ridg;~ to the Eschscholtzia Auction blayi~- ~-lub Saturday afternoon Those J ~,~"g Were Mrs - r n Mrs ;" ,~. Or J. B. No to , . ~rs, Q ureeht, Mrs. Charles Patrick, ~l~,rariTe.rge W. Greene, Mrs. Claxa -%ertMeHenry Mosier, Mrs. Mrs Baker, Mrs C. J. Dash, ISah'riv!arence Bunnelle,'Miss Dorothy Ohre~t. Mrs. M. B. Dunkle. Mrs. fresh~_aaade high score. Dainty re- rames Were served. Mrs. Lau- ext r t ltientertain the club at their , lag. Miss Mable Reed of Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. Thonms Godman of Los Angeles are rejoicing in the ad- vent of a daughter in their home. The young lady was born May 23rd, and weighed 7 pounds. She is much pleased with the name bestowed upon her--Helen Delores. She first saw light of day at the California Hospital, where her mother, then Miss Catalina Adargo, became a trained nurse during war days. Mrs. Godman was waited upon during her confinement by some who were classmates at the time of her student days at the hospital. "Cat- alina" is said to have been the secomt white girl born on the ".Magic isle." COINCIDENCE The flight of time and the incidents of life now and then bring about odd coincidences. For instance: During war times three young ladies from Avalon entered Los Angeles hospitals to become trained army nurses. We believe that each young lady was graduated and received her diploma. Of recent years each of these ladies has married, and now, in May, 1924, they have each become a mother. She that was Miss Mable Reed has a dau- ghter; the former Miss Catalina Adar- go also has a daughter, while the third of the trio of nurses, known during her maidenhood as Miss Catherine MacLean, has a son. The births, in order named, occured May 19th, 23rd and 24th. It is reported that recently a party of tourists inquired if there was any objection to their eating their lunch in the submarine gardens. They were told that they were at perfect liberty to do so if they wished to, CARVER'S CATALINA MARKET MARY WILLIAMS CLUB HOLDS MAKES BIG STEP FORWARD PICNIC AND INSTALLATION Mr. G. D. Tully, auditor and Mr. Walter Balsom, superintendent of {he Young's Market Co., Inc., Los Angeles, were in Avalon Wednesday and Thurs- day of last week completing arrange- ments with Chesney W. Carver for the operation of the Poultry and Meat department of the Catalina Market. The change has been in effect since Thursday morning Mr. Carver states that he is greatly pleased with the ar- rangement, and believes that it will prove most advantageous to the Is- land public as well. Mr. Charles G. Keller, the boss butcher, remains in charge for the Young's Market Co., Inc., and is ready, with smiles and skill, to wait upon his customers Mr. Balsom stated that it will be the policy of the Young's Market Co., in Avalon to sell at their regular Los Angeles prices, plus actual cost of transportation to Catalina. On page two will be found the ad of the Catalina Market, with some of the prices of meats. It will pay you to watch their ad every week for savings in meat and poultry. Born--at Avalon, May 23rd, to Mr. and Mrs. Donahue, a daughter, weigh- ing 7 pounds. Joe Henault is agMn in charge of the Crescent avenue barber shop near the bank. He has as assista~ts Andy Deacon of Los Angeles, and Billy U. Buck front Denver. They were all here last year. A post card from Mrs. S. R, Pollitz brings the information that herself and husband are enjoying a six weeks stay in Paris which will be followed by a visit to Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Italy and England. Of Paris she says: "This is a wonderful city--but, 'Oh, You California [' I nliss my 'Islander.' Hope to see you in September." BOOS BROS. CAFETERIA OPENS THURSDAY NOON The annual picnic of the Mary Will- iams Club was held on Thursday, May 22nd, at Buena Vista Park. It proved to be a most interesting and delightful affair. After the luncheon, there was a short business session, presided over by the President, Mrs. Cora Greeley. Yearly. reports were read by the various of- ricers and committees. Officers of the year were installed asl follows : President, Mrs. Cora Greeley; Vice-President; Mrs. C. U: Bunnette7 Secretary, Mrs, Laura Gould!t~g; Treas- urer, M'sl F. H. Ott. 1)elcgat~:s were appointed to represent the club at the state convention, which convenes at l:'asadena. May 30 to 31, Mrs. I). M. Renton and Mrs. Chas. Manwarring, being the delegates. After the business was disposed o[ there were several readings and amus- ing guessing contests. The- next meet- ing of the club will be held the fourth Thursday in September. Mah Jongg and Card Party On Monday evening, May 19th, the Mary Williams Club gave a Mah Jongg and card party at the Forest- ers' Inn. This proved to be a most successful affair. There were fifteen tables arranged for games. Many peo- ple present expressed the wish that the club have more of these parties in the future. The committee in charge is to be congratulated on the success of the evening's entertainment. Tuna Club guests over the week- end were President Ray R. Thomas, Vice-President James W. Jump, A. C. Brode, H. W. Adams, Hal E. Roach, C. Ahna Baker, F. H. Reed, R. Ban- dini, Tom Mix, E, R. Carhart, R. B. Jump, W. J. Bettiuger, R. J. Cope, Geo. B. Wilson, Geo. Allan Hancock, Thomas Harris and Cecil B. de Mille. "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs are on sale at Windle's News Stand. THE ISLANDER ADLETS Announcement was made Sunday that Boos Brothers Cafeteria will be opened for business on Thursday. "With our six services, we expect to have the most rapid serving system of any cafeteria in the world," said Mr. Henry Boos. "The two additional ser- vices that have been added to our Av- alon establishment will enable us to give very quick service to our custo- mers. As soon as the steamer docks at the pier, the visitors want their meals. Our plans have been arranged to conform to this business condition. We have also added several labor-sav- ing devices for our employees." SIGNALS HEARD IN LONDON Major Lawrence Mott of the Signal Corps, U. S. A., has received the fol- lowing information from an English ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. C.FrB. Rent---Cottage by the year. See Parker, Parker Court. For Rent--Five-room cottage, show- er, nicely furnished accommodations for six, 323 Catalina avenue. Mrs. M. Hoover, owner, 1211 E. Main street, Alhambra, Phone, Alh 336. 20p Wanted--Box couch--must be in good condition. Apply, stating price, to 330 Descanso avenue. 20p Piano Tuning---W. H. Kimball the tuner is in the city, on his 15th annual trip, tuning and repairing pianos. Leave orders at MacLean's Hotel 20p Work Wanted--Of any description, by reliable colored woman. Apply 670 Tremont street. 20p radio operator: $5000 FOR DEATH " . . . It gives me much pleasure to $85 mo. Every sickness, accident coy- report hearing signals from your fa- ered. Women, men, 1'6 to 70. Cost $,24 mous radio station on several occa- sions during December and January. You were very loud and clear on but one valve used in receiving you. Con- gratulations for this result and for your splendid work with the Macmil- lan Polar Expedition. I hope to con- nect with you next winter in two-way effort. 7Ys and good luck. (G6TM) W. A. S Butement, 227 W. End Lane, London, NW 6, England." (Major MoWs station 6XAD-6ZW has been heard in all lands and on all oeeans--Ed.) Subscribe now--~ per year. year. Old Reliable Co., 213 S. Broad- way, Room 215. Agents wanted. Catalina Houae and Window Clean- era--Electric vacuum machines rented. Fullerton, Phone 32. 17tf For Rut--Furnished fiat, four rooms, bath and kitchen. A nice sun porch. Apply 316 Metropole avenue. 39tf For S~l~--New sailing skiff, com- plete with large, new sail, oars and centerboard. Extremely fast in the lightest breezes. See Major Lawrence Mott, Avalon, Cal., for photographs and price. 14