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May 28, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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CATALINA ISLANDER AVALON CHURCHES SCOUTS TO HAVE FINE u, ~|lll~a~?hoc Church services: Sunday TRIP TO PASADENA UI[. I .2 and 10 a. m. Sunday even- ----- IIIW]Wu" "w0tions, 7:30 . m. Week da Every Scout in Avalon will have an IIIIWp~s' ~:30 a.m. P Y opportunity to take part in the big ~.~.. ,,, District Feld Day to be held in the aS tlaa Science Society services at Pasadena Tournament of Roses Bowl '.5 ban 1 '~.~'ir0~ ga ow on Saturday, June 7. Over one thou- #+ meeting house, 222 i~zMa..v~ avenue, Sunday at I1 a.m. sand Scouts will take part, and there lJ,L " Y ~chool at 9:30 a. m. Wednes- will be several thousand spectators. I'~Y eVenmg service at 8 p.m. The Avalon Scouts will leave at 4 p. did ~ m. on Friday, June 6th, and will camp i e... *** II ~'U~'egatlonM Church Services at Mr. Robison's country home in the J SUnday Seh La Cresccnta mountains. GR~-ilM S ool, 9:30 a. m. ; Worship rEllilt-de~.errnn,|-.q 10:30 a. m.; Christian Saturday morning a short hike will " i~r~_"vr, 6:00 p. m.; Worship and be taken, and in the afternoon the m ~ -'.,un, 7." Scouts will go to Pasadena to partici- |':00 ~ "~ P. m.; Mid-week Service pate in the field events. Saturday eve- |%rd;~; rn., Wednesday. Everyone is -',uy invited to all services,ning will also be spent in a very en- joyable way. ./y~r~llll~ Sunday morning a trip in the moun- l ;a. ,~_._ ,__ the rest oftalus will be taken. The Scouts will | Come to Catalina. return to Avalon on the Sunday eve- ii~lkad:derhse ning boat. Thanks to very good YOur needs in The .Catalina friends of the Troops, the cost of the ~]~ trip will be ,'cry s/llall. Every Scout , ll PACIFIC AWNING CO You will feelmore like working this summer if you do. ) Last Wednesday evening a Ship of Sea Scouts for Avalon became a real- ity. A crew of" nine Scouts was regis- tered, and billet ratings assigned to them. In a short time another crew will be f~ [~!!~!:~72 organized, and those who did not get 7c AVALON BaANCH in the first one will then have an op- portunity to join. /~67 suMNER AVsr" Those in the first crew are : WATCH CASE COMPACTS Stop in and Look at One ISL&ND ACY CO. H. Benjamin Robison, Scoutmaster. John Minney, Coxswain. John Shields, Shipsmith. Malcohn Renton, Signal Officer. Neal Warrick, Baker. Ed Feltrop, Messman. Fred McKelvey, Carpenter. Ted Sierks, Sailmaker. George Minney, Waterman. Carl Eddy, Yoeman. There are only one or two Sea Scout Ships on the PacifiSt Coast, and Ava- lon is an ideal place for sea scouting. The boys are very nmch pleased with the outlook, and good progress should be made. 411 Crescent Avenue It PAGE NINE II ! ENN a COMFORTABLE HANDSOME THE "MABEL F" The Fastest Launch in Avalon, and the Launch with a Record for BIG FISH. L. MOTT, Box 1942, Avalon. Booth on Pleasure Pier. Should you miss your steamer, or care to cross to San Pedro by launch, see me. i I... {Y. W. COLE AVALON WO__ LF CUBS Palnting, Dec0rating Next SaturdayafternoontheAvalon CH Y'S SANDWICH PA Cub Scouts will hike to Hamilton's , 201 Metropole Avenue Beach, where the balance of the day will be spent in playing games,, and . . swimnling"' Capture the l~lag'' A :::R:E~:il'ii~i~iii~~~H:tliiii~~H:: Treasure Hunt" and "Blackman" will be the features of the afternoon. Ev- ery Cub should be there, as the more I ~h~l~rlet-or'-" we have the better the games will be. I "lhY.CIR~SCIC~T A~rENUE They will meet near the Tuna Club ~rT~l Cubmaster Robison is planning to divide the troop into two groups, put- ting the ten and eleven-year-olds in I-'~I[~]~i~ICK BAKER one group, and the eights and nines [ t=~t~~ in another. Be there, boys, and learn all about the new summer plans. ' '- --1 -" ,x.l' ,.c.c,,.,,n-_..t.Sl..l isa,, at W ndle', N,,?, I [ The Catalina Islander Subscription Blank ] ' lz N, M Itlzktk The St. Louis,, Sporting News is oo ! CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL | Subscription Rates: . . .... I Annually .......................... $2.00 zva ........ I l Three Months ................. 50 ! Three years, }n advance 5.00 ............................... I - To at the i When - tr,vding oompnuiun | 2T~blish, of Th, Catalina Islander 12 WArE n0rEL t Avalan, SantaCalalinalsland, Cali/ornia ] BARBED . O,[ could "save money" by .uttlull .wu , [ P/ease twist my SubscripKan/or 7heCalalinalslander/o. ........ . ] his navertlsi*~. M,. W,,]e, re- ] ] ....... -- .... -~omn~d-Z ............. ~ .... /or W~i~ I,e~,~ t* [ ~As Good as the Best, " ' l ~etter-~/'h;n th;~ Re;it; iII nnSPnnded:th|s train.We reHowmaklng.much progressfine trip I! / 'J' yOU * ........ i. a,z~.,. . IIILLIE PRICE, Proprietor I do you think we should make if I' [ ....'" 'Nan" ................................... " !~;~I'IE PRICE' PrOprietOr I ,..,oo~o..,_o.~.:,, /~ L .... .