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IA ISLANDER .... - .... PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL Anna Lemite Crum is spending the I I I Ill I I ~~, H Mead and f~m;~v of week with her grandmother, Mrs. C. MRS. Do'L. CULLEN PASSED t avenue have opened their cot- E. Greeley, AWAY AT HER HOME FRIDAY "1'0r the SUmmer Jack Gipson has returned to Axalon Mrs. D. L. Cullen, aged 37, o~ Nat- e~;] for the summer and is with t!:e Car- ionaI Camp, Metropole avenue, passed ' ~daughter Ethel, ver Catalina Market. :~s~a, have taken quarters at -.------.-----_ away Friday at her home. For several '~ii; ,ors Inn for the summer. Dr. A large consignment of new books weeks she had been under the care of '' lOin them later, for onr local brauch tibrarv. After h :'l:vj~ ~2nhe],erc)~lne~ ;asl~ re. (11 e t "a ,. ~rs. G ~ July, dth the library will be open every ,s0~' ~l~,~'eOrge W Gr n " " vices were held Stll,day afternoon at FISHERS ~f,% ee e has return- afternoon. ~1~ a three weeks trip to the the Congregational Church and ~he iu- .u. g ------ terment was at the Avalon cemetery. ~rs U' .hde there she visited Mr. Constable Ed Harrison is happy, be- FISHING l ' lrteh at Tujunga. sause Mrs. Harrison and the children Born at Lima, Ohio, Mrs. Cullen ,~t~u ~--~-~. returned home yesterday, after a stay and her husbanJ came to California in FISH ;tl~,~ae Osier 1892. The deceased ,,as the daughter expects to remain of three weeks in San Diego. m. JShe~' "t,lenrnore Hotel until after July- of Mrs. Levina Saum. one of the early !v~re Says the lure of the beach Arrivals munbering six to ten thol,s- residents of Avalop. 0~ll Potent than ever 'No place In addition to her husband left to 93 Tuna Taken to Date and 69 of [uthe WOrld like Catalina." and daily, when the two big boats are mourn her demise, Mrs. Cullen leaves them weighed over 100 pounds. in operation, will be anno,meed ,!uite two chil:h-cn. \Viliiam B. Cullen an 1 :}f~ ~ar .. frequently during the su:umer. ~m'sa~a tha Meyer is vismng rel- " Mrs. Opal \Viukleby, Fishing from the launch Leta D., Mr, triends in Colorado, Mo., for Mark \Villiamson, the life-saver atMany beautiful floral tributes were\V. Leimert of San Francisco brought ){|the islor' She expects to return Soui:h Beach, is back at his old post sent by Avalon and mainland friends, to gaff a tuna weighing 114 pounds ~i~s a[and to take up her regular at the Pavilion as master of ceremon- Mrs. Cullen was an active member last Friday. The battle lasted seven I[. t the Catalinahigh school ies.Mark is very popular with the of different ladies' organizations of minutes. Captain Danielson stated lall, this city.. Her influence as a Christ- that the reason the fish was landed sO young fotks. ~W ian worker won for her the resl,ecfquickly was that the hook had lodged .:i~Ncl ~ere rendered by R. H. Plimp- Edward Darvill and family returned and kind thoughts of many friends, deep in its throat, ~ti ~esto Stanchez at the Con- to their home in Los Angeles, after ~t~ha} Church last Sunday. Mr. four months stay on the Island,. are. RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY C. Ahna Baker, C. B. E., of London, :{ ~i[~l~"xIs a member of the famous planning to leave for Honolulu about England, fishing from the launch Sun- i~ll~lh,,'~tarine Band and will sing September 1st. \Vhereas: The all-wise l:ather hasbeam, has, during the last few days, ,%uy at t ' ' ~er h,s church during the removed from our midst an honored been on "several voyages of disco';'ery," ~!~N'0f't Mr. Sanchez is a former Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chapman re- and highly respected member of. theabout the Catalina waters, studying the .i i~u~he "Whittier State School, and turned from the mainland Friday. Mary \Villiams Club, and effects of the currents on the surface ~1~ Aat the Metropolitan Theatre They, brought Mrs. \V. J. Coolahan of Whereas: We deeph, deplore her life, and prospecting for the first mar' | ngeles. Hollywood with then, to stav for anloss, and will miss her from our meet- lin. Incidentally Mr. Baker dropped l~rlSlt0~, ~- . indefinite period, ings, as she was ever an earnest and a flyingfish into a couple of schools o~[ I~ ~: at the Tuna Club last week -- willing member. " tuna that looked to him of fair size, ~/~]ee'President-us,m-, _lames W. Jump, M-r. and Mrs. Rav R. Thomas and Therefore: Be it resolved that we, andwhichbroughtweighedtO93gaffandOne112 frOmpounds,each,in i~etl, A~'~7e, H. W. Adams, F.H. daughter have arrived in Avalon to the members of the club, extend to I%t, I~ Brode, Willard A. Van- spend the season on the Island, hay- the husband and family of the deceas- fourteen and sixteenand one-half minutes respectively. '~ll~h /larry Mallen, Hans Houmann, ing taken the Hammond home on the ed our sincere sympathy in their loss, [1~, j. artdmi, Herbert L. Cornish, hillside. Mr. Thomas is president of and we would commend them to the A class for older young people ha~ [~h~t~S;HA 2 wCs~aEff.e~ ~ r-Ahhn~the Tuna Club. loving care of Him who never makes been organized in the Cotmnunity n e . a mistakes, and further be it (Congregational) Church,with the pas- .~1~ iland Iud~e J M York The band concerts are ;n full swing. Resoh, ed: That a copy of these res- tor, Rev. LaRue C. ~Vatson, as teach- . ,teye , _ _ . , :l~l~and r, E. K. Hoak E A Hazen- The opening Saturday night was a olutions be sent to the family of our er. Both young men and women o~ I~, 1~. ~. Hazenbush. record-breaker.More music lovers most worthy member. That a copy ~!iit~n!~ll'~lr' ._____._ waned ill an, lG~i! this age group are invited to attend. were present than ever before at the also be spread upon the minutes of first concert. Every evening at 7:30. our club. Sunda;; afternoon at North Beach atCommittee, Maude Martin, FloyGray, 2o0 " Metta Watson. ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line il!~lt~,ve Feltrop, son of Mr and Mrs A CARD OF THANKS . per issue. Minimum charge, 25 ets. l~iit'~h and brother-inqaw, Ralph The ladies of Avalon are invited to For Sale----Simons Double Mattress. visit the Island Pharmacy and learn To the Masonic Lodge of Avalon, to High grade quality, almost new. 327 [.qll~ ~aarger, came over on the Cab- from Miss Lynch how to take care ofthe MaryWilliams Club; to the Ladies* Sumner avenue. 26p |%~,~Urday evening An enjovable ~[!!;~shad bY all They left on the the face and hands during the sum-Aid; the police department, and the lf~!~ % nday, All stated that theymer months. Miss Lynch, who is an many, many friends, we take this Wanted--Young lady, 19 wishes light authority of note on skin and corn-means of expressing our deep appre-work, of any kind. Can use type- ['%.~: me for another visit in the plexion, will demonstrate the uses of ciation for the beautiful floral tributes, writer:Or will care for children ev- /~ and sympathy extended to us in thisenings.Inquire 352 A, Eucalyptu~ the wonderful Ehno Beauty Prepara- hour of our bereavement in the death avenue.25p tions, of our beloved wife and mother and ~N~rt'ai Charles Patrick delightfully pray God's choicest' blessings" on each For Sale--Launch--5-horsepower in ll~%f"l,~d with a Mah Jongg lunch- It is uladerstood that the new ship of you. D.L. Cullen. good condition--with skiff and moor- |{'~e nr.Urstlay, June 24th. AmongCatalina will be placed in regular 'ser- W.B. Cullen. ing, $250.00. Harry Warner, Pleasure' Mrs. T. W. Winkleby. Pier. 26 |{~alter~ ~sent were: Mesdames Frank vice between Wihnington and Avalon, Albert Handley, William today, July 2nd, and that the Avalon I I II I~11~' b art Laurance, Clarence Bun- will take the place of the Cab,'illo on GITCHE GUMEE CAMP FIRE Noti~--'If interested in Real Silk Hosiery, get in touch with Mrs. Mae |~' 1~%~,~vL Renton, Harry Pitts, Fred :he morning run from the Island to Osier at Gtenmore Hotel. Guaranteed | ~hl~ ~'. Robert V. Baker W. Vanthe mainland. The Cabrillo will be Last Tuesday evening a special chiffon in all new shades, worth seeing, [ ~t~:e~: Charles J. Dash and Miss placed on a special daily run 'round meeting was called, which took place For Sale--Hiking boots, still in good [ "%etiv ,.afll. The tables were very the Island. " at Mrs. Stone's home. After much condition, size 6-C price $1.75. Call [ e m gold and black, discussion the girls decided not tohave Mrs. Osier, Glenmore Hotel. 25p ~,kteb_lyde Sheldon Shepard, general BIG NIGHT AT THE ISTHMUS the birthday sale, on account of some Wanted---Dr. B. L. Riese, 311 Euca- -~- of the girls being away, others work- lyptus ave., would enjoy a game of [~%~.ry of the Better Education The opening night at the Isthmus ing, Or having to entertain company. CHESS with you. 25p !~ty ~t of Los Angeles, was in the was a whang. From the start at the The sale will be postponed until Labor ~t~t~e ~Clay in conference with Rev. Room,---S3, $4 and $5 per week. A pleasure pier, the colored jazz artists Day. The girls expect to have a rally .mlt~_.v' "Watson and Mr. R. A. gave a sample of the music to be abont the last week in August. Somefew left for men employed on the Island. See Mrs. A. P, Nelson, 121 ~!~1% l~t Page Military Academy. Be- served at the dance pavilion at theweeks ago they voted that they haveClaressa street. 24-25 ~ bI~ge, Mr. Shepard represents Isthmus, and was accompanied by thea vacation during the months of July ~lleg~'~rd School Sawyer Business passengers, on the Betty O., with and August. It will be hard on the For Salt~--Canaries--Imported and ~sye(~i;~.tis Art Institute, University close "hamnonv"--the trip up ended enthusiastic visiting girls, although domestic St. Andrewsbury Rollers. t>t~t'~e.a,1 Research International all too quickly. With colored hats,most of them are working. All girlsApply Mrs. A. Reid, 207 Whittley, ~f~ ~ts Society, Palmer Institu- confetti and serpentine toys they all are expected to have a jolly vacation, (downstairs). 23-25-27-p t, ,~ tlthorship. Rev. Watson and made merry. Everyone voted Mr. and be ready to come back in Septem- House Cleaning and Window Wa~h- .~ 12~,~l~ard are considering a series Packer a wonderful host. It was an-her with many good ideas to help using--Houses put in order. John An- ~t -'~Utauqua , meetings for this sum- nounced that every night will be car- in the work of the coming year derson, Diffins or Waffle Parlor. 22tf nival night during the season, and that Catalina House and Window Clean- .... it will be conducted as the New York Renew your subscription to The era--Electric vacuum machines rented. world come to ~atalina. cafes in every way. Catalina Islander, $2 per year. Fullerton, Box 1452, Avalon 17tf