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PAGE EIGHT ~ ." ~" ~ - .-- IT'S THRIFTY -- IT'S MODERN -- ' IT'S CLEAN HARD ARE CO oof INVASION WITH AN TRA BOND O O O nnnnnnnmnnn BUY OAN THAN " t That Salty Look/ | E-Z TAN "-" | SUNBURN RELIEF -- No bandage ~ ~j~ E Z.','A.N .*y i Best Real Estate Buys in Avalon . WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD BUYS JUST NOW Telephone 140 121 Cladssa Avenue FURNISHED HOUSES AND APARTMENTS FOR I ENT Mrs. A P. Nelson If Interested in Avalon --Read THE CATALINA ISLANDER 1 AcME CAFE i A LA CARTE SERVICE W f-.: c.o: j SaSeN KICK STANDS Rentals CHAIN GUARDS RUBBER GRIPS Repairs BASKETS RE-BUILT BICYCLES Located tim Alley n tt to Pint Ofli TELEPHONE 553-W ~ 22%-'.:72::Z :.L~:.::~:::Z:.'7~-' 7 ' 7---"~"t~ ?"~ ""- T~: rude Filling out an applicat,ion for de- pendent's aid, ,~ soldier answered "No" to the qttestion of whether he had any dependents. But you're married, aren't you, Sam, asked an officer, puzzled. Yassuh, the soldier replied, but nay wife ain't dependable.--The Gas Bag. What excuse can we possibly give to one of Mark Clark's 5th Army boys in Italy for not helping him by buy- ing an extra Bond or two? Will it stand up? You say you haven't the money or you haven't -been asked. If we are spending our time thinking up excuses for not buying extra Bonds, we don't deserve the sacrifices being made for us on the bloody beaches of Europe and the Pacific. Salerno was strewn with American bodies, not excnses. I,ana Turner's got nothing to rave about. Take off tbat sweater, and what has ~lae got ?--Take Off, A. t:. C. Corporal Crimp entered the Army camp hospital with lobster-red ears swollen to twice their normal size, his red nose peeling like a Bermuda onion and running toward his mouth like the Mississippi at flood stage. "Young fellow, how'd you get such a cold in your head and all frosted up like that ?" the doctor inquired. "Oh", replied the paining patient, "I was in town and had to wait in line two hou,s outside a movie, trying to get in to see "Springtime in the Rock- ies." Sentry: r Vho goes there ? M,ajor: Major Iones. Sentry: I can't let you proceed out the password, sir. Major: Drat it, man, I've it. You know me well enough. Sentry: Must have the pasS' Voice from guardhouse : stand there arguing all night; 'im.--The Word. Ve hear th~aot the weaker often the stronger sex because weakness of the stronger sex weaker sex.--Camp Ellis NewS. Smith: Well, I must be going. got to see Jones about one l"Irown: I'll go along with rot to see him about two tens {ire. Vhen desiring to confer a distinction than the Grand Cross Legion of Honor on the hero of S opol, Eml)ress Eugenic of France a living rose. B * * The first power-driven SaWffll North America was at Salmon River,Maine. In 1631, colonisti a dam and used water power to an up-and-down saw. The hot springs of Arkansas ably were visited by" De traveled that region extensively in Windle's History of Catalin: tains many old-time a map of Santa Catalina. copy today. .IS THERE :IN YOUR CELLAR?" A sick wolf, we read, is one who takes a turn for the nurse.--Shot'n Shell. After a severe air raid, Sgt. Duffy was discovered walking down the street swearing lustily, and clu,tching a door knob in his hand. What's the matter. Sergeant? he was .asked. Matter, roared the Irishman. Why those dirty so-and-so's! They blowed a saloon right out of my hand. --The Greenwood Gremlin. Do you know that Santa Oatalirm h~s one of the finest all-year climates to be found any~vhere. Yes, and in Your Attic Too! Turn Those Things You Don't Want Into Money with a Want Ad $ ~.ruRblff Over 30 years on the Island--- the Arden boy still serves! laad 'lhe vears in whtch Arden Farms ha e served Catahna Is hav(been eventful, changing" years But one. thing has rl0 " changed---the friendly relatmns between Arden and tla Islanders In these clays our service to "on is a little harde to maintain. The prize winning milk :nd ice cream whicla you have always depended upon are harder to get in the fi " tired quantities But Arden, as far as war conditions r)er t' . . Y he ts stdl prowdlng serwce m the Arden way, maintaining t . J . CI~ htghe t standards of quahtv that have earned your conflden and friendship in the past. FAd~IOUS FOR PRIZE WINNING DAIRY PRODUCTS