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JUNE 3, 1931 PAGE THREE THEATRE PROGRAM HOLE IN ONE CLUB BREAD REDUCED 2 CENTS SCOUTING NEWS June 3--Bebe D,aniels, Stone, Joan Blon- Moorehead in "My )mture was tak- Island. A "Ex-Plumb- cartoon, "Country. Une 4----Ben L.yon, O~m :con and Thelma Heiress." A Boy Fever," anda 'Saih,r's Luck." " 3~-Vietor McLaglen, Cody and Eddie Gentlemen." t a Manhattan comedv trade,, and Fox New~. nc 6---William Haines, , Marjorie Rambeau in a "Tailor Made ~de and Harry Grib- ennett comedy "The and a Paramount Pie- SPANISH AT THE 7-~AVALON THE- Mary Astor and The erclusive Catalina Hole in One Club enjoyed its monthly banquet on Tuesday noon, May 26th, in the Brown Bobby Care. It was attended by all the members, excepting Joe Fishel and Bert Scott. Joe Fishel is pro in one of the Brawley Country Clubs, and was unable to make the trip. This Club has the distinction of be- in~ one of the most, if n,t THE MOST exclusive, clubs in existencc, membership being open only to resi- dents of Catalina Island who are for- tunate enough to make a hole in one on the local course, and then truly when they are 01aying in a threesome or foursome . The club was formed on Feb. 6th. 1930, by the following char- ter members: Earl Stanley, Joe Fish- el, Billy Price, Tobe Baker, J.M. Dickinson, Martin Hall, Bert Scott and Harry Diffin. The first member to be admitted after the club was formed was Percy Mackey, who made his hole in one a few weeks too late to be included as a charter member. At the banquet of May 26th, Tom Phillit~s was accepted and welcomed ~n "White Should- as a member, having made the perfect mmnerville comedy stroke from tee No. 12 sometime last and a (~raham summer. President of the club. Earl ng News. Stanlev, delivered the address of wel- d 8---IxwettaYoung, come and pre~ented to Mr. Phillips .u.p. Heggie,J. Far- the unique emblem of the club, a ncat and Richard Tucker iu t~ Marry." An Our little gold pin consisting of a numeral one. with a hole in it. This banquet ~ argain Day," and a will be the last .of many pleasant ones artoon, "Disarmament enjoyed during the winter and will be A general reduction of two cents a loaf in the retail price of bread was announced Monday by Hoover's Bak- ery and the Gerrard Food Com~muy. "We are not making any chamzc in the quality of our bread," said Mr. O. C. Hoover. "The efficiency of our bread-making equipment and the shghtly lower price of ingredients en- ables us to sell bread at a price not ~,ossible since 1916. We want to make the prices at Avalon compare favor- .thly with those of the mainland." --'O:--- Cmcsts at the Tuna Club were A. C. Brode Chandler Sprague, Dr. Earl O,'Donnell, A. N. Macrate, Jonah .l(mes Jr., H. G. Chaffee, J. \V. Kell- dull, Thad Jones, W. B. Stringfellow, Leo W. Baker, G. B. Mitchett, Robt. E. Hunter. Advertise for what you need in the Catalina Islander Scribe, W'alicr C~mrad The final Scout meeting was held in the oht pavilion Monday night, June 1st. The meeting was opened with the receiving of the ccdors which was followed by a few announce- ments by Mr. Reid. Following those, a few games were played. Capture the Flag, and Prisoners' Base are at- ways played with much enthusiasm by all Scouts. The meeting was ciosed by the Scout oath and bene- diction, for the stnumer. The Native 1)aughters of the Gold- en West are preparing to present to Los Angeles a statue of Felipc l)e Neve, the founder of that city. They arc., to have a Rose and Gohl U.all at the Biltmore Friday night. Several Avalon ladies are on the committees, including Mrs. Osborn, Mrs. Tt~ttle, :Mrs. Granz, Mrs. F. B. LeVitt, and others. LEATHERETTE PILLOWS are very substantially built and have the modernistic cov- ers. These should be very acceptable for beach, porch, boat or patio us They're only 75c each. KAPOC FILLED PILLOWS with nicely patterned cretonne covers--you'll like themI and the price is only 45c each. resumed after our summer season. 9--John Barrymore, The next one is planned for next Oc- Lald Crisp, Carmel tober, at which time the members an- in "Svengali." ticipate a visit to Brawley, a round Telephone 151 a Rainbow comedy, or two of golf with Joe Fishel, and a a News. banquet in that city. , ne 10--Mac Clarke, Marie Prevost in A ,,Llovd .H ..... ilton ..... ntroduction of Mrs. 0C::::~0 ~Z~:;10 7~-Autonio M-oreno. : /1, 11- " co:nedy"Oui Ou' 3[ i ~ ~i . ~owonlv. 2 P M d ' phoNE JUNE 3-4-5-6 wE BELIVER G NEWS %), Peanut Baiter, Max-l-Mum 2 lb. glass . 4[Oc ~.11%,f the past week-end ,~en SALAD BOWL 31tlh ;~ ~fl yachts to Avalon l rellch Ilress--.g ,s,, oz. GCASS . . . . the ~nChorage off the club- ?tgh, saeht club was a ver ~ Q BREAD & BUTTER '" al, the Ay Pickles, BEST OOD I lb. glass . 2 for . 35c "~qlllg ,la.ppy crowd' of visit- "~'.~t';':t~andreportedvisiting thatfrm thethe [~] Cottee 1SAFB.EWKAGY. s . 32, I Doff,,a,,ml 5attile -amrnusl'~Ves alonghad then numberisland Corn StarC2HwAY MlAl~'lpMkgl~. M 10c ;lined nChor. The Isthnms ~] I I ~re'k a%,,~any:.urnodationsYaChts affordedand the HOlltllny NO. 2,6 CAN " 10C 12 ik'50Z, 0loss 35C1 ~Is was highly enjoyed, o personal mention this Sliced read, while & whole wheat 2 f0r 15c IIIr'r II/ ( CANTALOUP, Jumbo . 3for 25e) TIIIINflNII/ :X'r.__Ct.INA SLAND ! AP ICOT . Fancy Royal 5 Ibs. 25' I ,:. were "'-" "'' "OTATO . No., gr.de.,0,,,s. ""'.'""'.' :e for the season ~ - -- e, June 6th, 125; Frlday-- lEAT DEPART IENT--Sadurday ~rd, 100" C. & N. Pacific 'Ad Clubs, ~ " ~n. Altrusa Clubs 6th-McCormick Pork Chops, Best Cuts, Eastern Pork lb. 26c Catl. ' Educational 27th" Kline Uni-Eastern Sliced Bacon, no rind . lb. )th, 1()0" Schelke July ; 'California Prospective), July Our, July 8th; F. Pork Lolll Roas.t. corn fed . . . lb. JUly 10th; Balti- ~ Prospective), July Legs Lamb. genu|ne 1931 lamb . . lb. Our. July lhth ; '.uBursk'sSpecial' Educa-(Prs- (A Full Line o| Fl-e.h Cnlallnm Fi.h) }th; Kline's Uni- st, 100;C.&N.Rochester Tour, WERESERVETHERIGHTTOLIMITQUANTi t;1 Annual Key-