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ISLA; CATALINA ISLANDER SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ~ae~,~ate, is taking a couple of weeks i ~tzon '~![ ~ft ~, Montel of Rene's Restaurant UOnday for a l~t0 I, os Angeles. brief business trip I kit an "~gei d Mrs. J. K. Wallace of Los ,,v $~tral es Were Island visitors for sev- s. .~ nays last week. 'or s.! - The ;Jtrs. -- -"~ th iss ~arnes are l elr cot avenue je~q~ ~r aa inde tage on Whittley occupy- ~,, ~c"1 finite period PERSONNEL OF BAND FOR THE COMING SEASON Porter's Catalina Marine Band will commence its concerts at the Amphi- theatre June 28th. This will be thbir 28th season at Catalina. Following is the personnel of the band and the orchestra, which latter will play for dancing at the pavilion: BAND GEORGE MULFORD, Conductor FLUTES Desire Gilson Bela Adams PICCOLO Bela Adams OBOE .. the and Mrs. George Hoffinger of C. Addimando we,~d~Sh0r,Pal Rock Cafe, are enjoying a BASSOON he 'lj~'~ ~Stay in Los Angeles. c F, Ruckle re 0,~j ~iss ~, ~ E FLAT CLARINET ~hi~g.I fr~ ~raee M. Stevens has returned H. Baldwin ' a tri up: Y][h~ at ,, P to the mainland. She will B FLAT--~L-ARINETS Gil Jim's Place" again thissummer. L. Vilelle, Principal A. Geoffrion WitD'i ~r ~ A Axler A. Ruffelle J. C. Cox Geo. I. Slissman -a ~ re~-' and Mrs. 0 I Danielson have ':ttoIis ,e ied to their Avalon home, after SAXOPHONES PaulBergman Clarence Foster ~geles ng Several months in Los An- B FLA'T C-ORNETS t0f~lu,,I ~),x,. Win. H. Hamilton, Principal Tin ~ H.E. Mitchell e, #J aW;:ttPetty and family spent Sunday B FLAT T~PETS ~,0tl~ %t.ek ago at their Eucal tus avenue H.S. Wilson. PrincipalE.L. Moore as "~ge.T YP --H-O--RN S o weath- hey report very warm Theodore Berth, Principal er at Pasadena. R.W. Maupin Bert Colville ,i ~rs I~ ~ ' BARITONE and EUPHONIUM Qlare' Q' Pierce and son John of Roy Plimpton, Principal n I' ~'l~rl~.rtt and Mrs. M. C. Price of W.H. Harris eeP~"~ll-tr.U Ouale'tl are wsmn''" g the faintly of TROM-BO-NES A. G. Garner, Principal file ~'m ' "L~Ver for a week. S H McCoy W.H. Harris ~efr~f~t BASS TUBA ti ~llia"--m Macbeth, represents- J E Smythe a Visito_he. Examiner at Avalon, was DOUB-LE---BASS 1% r tot a few days last week Charles H. Porter %iha~cart see that bi smile now at DRUMS, T-~-'P-ANI, ETC "me S ~- ,~ g H.E. Beardsley uws ~tand every day. ~[r j ~ BASS DRUM ity ~,. H. Bishow of New York F.E. Whyte r i~'ts an Island visitor last week. BAND "-LIB-RARIAN ' lShow is the n A. Geoffrion tePrese... . ew Pacific Coast ORC--H~TRA a tl ',tatwe for the Cosmopolitan First Violin and Leader ..... Ben Laietsky the l~le tRher magazines published by Pin .......................................... H. S. Wilson Trumpet ................................ H E. Mitchell "'~ternational Magazine Company. Trombone ............................... A G. Garner ~r ~ First Alto Saxophone ........ Paul Bergman s% of and Mrs. T. McD. Potter andSecond Alto Saxophone ............ J. C. Cox Tenor SaxophOne, Banjo.. Clarence Foster t0rs u ~ong Beach, were Island visi- Bass .......................................... J g. Smythe %e-,'~st Thursday to make arran e Drums ...................................... F. E. Whyte ,ts f_ g " su~r~" ur spending a portion of the ttr i~'~rnangling season here. Mr. Pot- the c, e of the old-time members of "atalina Tuna Club. t ertai e vL B. Dunkle delightfully en- qa~, aftu the Bridge Club on Satur- re~ ernoon. Miss Kathr n Dunkle li~iuered Severa ; Y ~,0us re~ 1 musical numbers. De- W~ l-I .treshments were served. Mrs. rt%t-e~ss will be the hostess at the ~etmg of the club. GEORGE MULFORD, Conductor CHARLES H, PORTER, Manager H. M. Heuston and Billy Price took three days off last week and went to Big Bear lake, where they caught the limit of trout. Watch the world come to Catalina. ~ueso~and ~{rs. Selim M Franklin of ,r ,. da a, Arizon t~ght~_ . a, accompanied by their ~aslee ~as', M~sses Gladys and Mary ~Ya t' uu their son Selim H. Frank- . ~ Jr, L ~e'.r~..uave arrived in Avalon for the tage at'.~:ud are occupying their cot- ~'g3 Sumner avenue. ?he a qf th nnUal trip of the auditor's staff ~v e Wilrnin I,_,_ gton Trans )ortation Co t~ "~Jd t .... I u%e - .~ot Week at Avalon. Among ~, 15 ,,~ell, participating were D H. Cro- :'.8p:~ee~.' ~rown, p. M. Bennett, J. ell .... George Dupont W Cur "~rld T . , ' - J' M. Lyons. T -'-"- were prU.na Club visitors last week ~ettry ~dent Ray R. Thomas, Sec- ~arlseliff*tWard S. Dudley, Herbert ~red II ~ A. C. Brode, H. W. Adams, ~ohllso~ ~eed, Hal E. Roach, Carl F. ~x. 1]. ~' w. M. Hunt, C. Alma Baker, .~' Qor~r[l.P, Harry J. Mallen, Herbert ~tltst nlSh, Harry C. Keefe, J tmes T. ?o;nsen Moore, J. G. Johnson, l~es and De Vere Dierks. . PAGE SEVEN IMPROVEMENTS AT MOTT'S "TWIN SUNSHINE" COMPLETE The charming Mott residence, "Twin Sunshine," on Claressa avenue, has been undergoing substantial changes and improvements. When asked re- garding them Major Mott said : "The pith of the tale is that mr radio station has been growing so rapidly that more room for the appar- atus was obligatory. The station was "over-flowing" into the dining room. Having very little time to plan such things, and knowing the artistic tastes of both Miss Hewitt and her mother, I asked them to be so good as to at- tend to the whole thing. With the generous and kindly assistance of Mr. Renton, Mr. Grew, Mr. Flannigan and Mr. Ramsey, the house is just as we wished it, and e/ninently satisfac- tory. The gates (that are pure Chin- ease in character) date far beyond that time, and although seen e~crywhere in China today, are really modeled from the gates of Solomon's Temple. The vermillion and gold of their colorings represent heat and light in Chinese symbolism. "One of the twin houses has had a large, sunny music room, in an I, shape, added to it, and another bed- room. I shall now use the old dining room, that has been moved into the old sitting room, as a greatly enlarged radio operating room and study "I would point out that in no way is the house, or are the gardens, japan- ese. So many people make this error. There is nothing Japanese about the place, for the Japanese have no art of their own--at all! We traveled ex- tensively all over Japan and China, for some seven years, and everything that the Japanese have, even to their char- acters in writing, are of Chinese ori- gin, and used with but few changes." Many rare plants have been added to the lovely gardens that adjoin the Mutt residence. Its owners call it a "Friendship Garden," for the reason that numberless friends send them choice bulbs, slips and plants from all over the world. Major Mutt expresses in enthusias- tic terms his appreciation for the many courtesies and great assistance that have been tendered to him by the Santa Catalina Island Company. LET US FRIENDLY BE We walk the same streets, We ride the same cars; Our sky is the same, Our sun and our stars; We eat the same food, The same clothing wear, Taste the same joys, Drink the same cup of care; Our laughter is common, Alike are our tears, While hidden within Are the same hopes and fears; The wonder of love ls the same, rich or poor; The same is the angel Of death at each door. Shake hands then, my friend! For, all said and done, In great things and small It is clear we are one. And, chiefest of all Is the Faith that we hold-- We pray the same Prayer, Read the same Book of old. Aye, the hart of us all Is the same, is the same, Who worship together In one blessed Name. --Robert Freeman. Write to the Catalina Light Tackle Ctub, P. O. Box 14, Avalon, California, for information about sea angling. Catalina will give you the rest of your life. Come to Catalina. The grammar grades of the Avalon schools closed last Friday. The entire eighth grade class was promoted James McGriff of Los Ahgeles is occupying the responsible position of chef at Price's Confectionery. Paint up and clean up! Many have done so, but there are some rather "seedy" looking buildings among the newly painted ones. Too bad! The opening of the new Price's Confectionery at the corner of Cres- cent and Catalina avenues, last Wed- nesday evening, marked the establish- ment of a first class modern restau- rant in connection therewith. Their many friends were lavish in praise o{ the handsome room and elaborate fur- nishings. The culinary department is in the hands of a capable chef, who is producing some choice meals Bear in mind that they have not lessened the attractions of the fountain and candy counter--but added the other service. Mrs. Frank Burgess and children are visiting in America. Frank puts in all his time writing ads about some candy that was shipped here by mis- take, but the candy company told him to sell it. You will find the ad on page eight, there is quite an assort- ment and the prices are low for that class of goods. But he says look out for his ad next week--so many people were disappointed by not getting there in time to get in on that pipe sale that he ordered another shipment, and he has cigarette holders, cigar holders, and other smokers' needs.. Renew your subscription to The Catalina Islander, $2, per year. "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs are on sale at Windle's News Stand. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. For Sal~---Ice box, in good condition. Apply Miss Cave, Cee & Eft Art Shop. To My Patrons and Friends---I plan to be at the Glenmore hotel for a few days, beginning Thursday, June 12th, with a full line of beautiful Real Silk hosiery, and shall be glad to see all my patrons and friends. Mae Osier. For Sale Tubaphone 5-string banjo, Tubaphone mandolin banjo, Stahl Con- cert Grand Guitar, Washburn Steel Guitar, Doris apts., No. 22. House Cleaning and Window Wash- ing---Houses put in order. John An- derson, Diffins or Waffle Parlor. 22tf For Sal~--Rowboat in good condi- tion. Cheap for cash.Phone 94-W., Avalon. 22p For Snip--Gas Range, high oven; used only three months. Must be seen to be appreciated. Address 111 Islan- der office. 21-22 For Exchange--Will trade my River- side orange property for Avalon prop- erty; value $20,000. Address 994 Pine street, Riverside, California. 21-22-p For Rant--Cottage by the year. See C B. Parker, Parker Court. Catalina House and Window Clan- era--Electric vacuum machines rented. Fullerton, Phone 32. 17tf For Salt--New sailing skiff, com- plete with large, new sail, oars and centerboard. Extremely fast in the lightest breezes. See Major Lawrence Mutt, Avalon, Cal., for photographs and price. 14