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JULY 20. 1927 PAGE THIRTEEN CATALINA VISITOR CLIMBS NEW TRAIL from t'age 1, Colunm 3) race, I've reached the g'oal IS I,ife and 15% is Soul. ad, but .','one before, greet you at the door; clay I leave behind-- it--if me you'd find. for nte, to die is gain ellSes cease to reigli; all is Lov.e and Life, pain, there is no strife; Lre Oi}e there cannot be ~Sev.er mine from me. od we all adore than e'er before. Life, there is no death; YOur every breath; I am far away, You can ever stray; ;h . from mortal sight l've nd I~-and God are One. now yon are with me th forever makes us fret'. TNI[ CATALINA ISLANDER YACHTING NEWS from Page 1, Column 2) an for them so far--bnt there and fri.ends were off the Mr. Donaldson spending part of each day ashore playing golf. Art R. Sang- er, and sister, Mrs. Mondon, and friends, w.ere at the club's anchorage on the "Dreamer."Eddie Waters was with them as first mate. o- was it bos'en? Howew'r, Eddie u as a wel- come visitor at the elubhoust. Victor Dalton and family on the "Gloria l);" Conunodorc l']. \\. _'klur- phy of the C.Y.C..:rod i'amily art'i~cd aboard his erniser "\\,esterly:'" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isham xver~ oil their moorings On board their schooner "Genevieve;" IIr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis with thcir sons 'l',,mmy and Richard are spending the ~ct'k on board their yavl "\Vamlerhu'c:" Y, lr. and Mrs. Spencer Kennelly and ~nests with their yacht "Doris \-;" Mrs. Bob Overell and ,,.a"ttests have bet'*', enjoying a week's ~isit ,,it their cruisei .... l'ra- veiso." Edward l),,heny and ancsts on his steam yacht "Casiana;" \Vilbur May. and gtlests on the cruisur "Rosita :" Mr. and Mrs. C,:eo k;. Hull and guests on their cruiser "Scout ;" Ben Meyer and guests ,_,n his new express crlliscr "Blue Moon ;" Je,hn Baxter and guests 011 Ilia.' "(;reyhonnd;" AI ltrank ami guests on the cruiser "Lucky Strike their cruiser "\Vanderer" ays; Forrest Stanton and r s Yacht "Parthenia ;" Miss ghin and friends have en- illlK t111 th,e coasl oll her Vannin ;" W. A. [,onlbard several days fishinv on cruiser "Junipero." J. l,eo family art. out every day re (,r fishing trip on their Sereuo;" Mr. and' Mrs. ql, SOn and danKhter, are SUnny days oi,` board "Miss Dick." Nacio Herb Br.wn are having a go~,(l time cruiser "Miss Melody." installed a yacht plato* " nd hardly an evening pass- the people on the adjoin- .are treated to a concert. 'lrtgfellow of the ~'Bit O' now with us again, and we bi~ strings o{ fish from boys and their boy thc time of their With the r new Sea Bird el, "Nize Babv." kIrs. Jack Kendall and out daily on the cruiser Jr.;" Mr[ and Mrs. Baker Ser "Nevida ;" \V. A. Per- Sons are enjoying the timt. e "~Vaperrv' 'and "Perry- fast little boats. \Vaher ends are here on board ara Ma,e;" Geo, Thomas ast cruising fishing yacht and Mrs. Willis Mead lmeile havc been enter- on cruises down the their cruiser "hlol kits. Imther [',ahhvin and the seaso,`l cruis- island o:~ Cleir new and B 11;" Mr. Chas. ads are cruising on board Mr. and Mrs just returned from Stay at the Isthmus on ~Press cruiser "Myrno Ben J. ~,Vrston and Y have been spending see- % board their cruiser tUd Mrs. G. S. Donaldson off the clubhous,e r cruiser "White Heron," IV;" Mr. Elliott and family aboard his cruiser "Edith S." Mr. Melvin Lewis and family and Mr. Barnes of Barnes Circus were en- joying their cruise to Catalina on his yacht "Minx;" Hugh and Mrs. Angle- man and guests arrived for a week's stay on his aux-sloop "Deep Water." Mr. Angleman is one of th.e parmers of the' \Vilufington Boat Works, and iniot'nlcd us that the new R sloop they are buihling for Stall" Commodore (hvezl l'. Churchill will be launched tke coming Saturday. This is a record building job for this yard, the yacht's keel being laid (lown about three weeks ago. Some record! ~OCI~I- AND PERSONAL Los Angeles County Officers For Catalina Township Congressman. Hon. John D. Fredericks State Senator, Hon. H. A. Chamberlin. State Assemblyman, Hon. H. E. Carter County Supervisor, C. F. McClellan. Justice of the Peace, Ernest \Vindle. Constable ...................... Lucas Morieieh Avalon City Marshall, D. L. Alger. Deput.v U. S. Marshall, D. M. Renton. THE CArALINA ISLANDE~I Have you paid your subscription to The Catalina Islander ? Make us hap- p.v, too'. Thank ,,-ou This hard-to-suit age chooses Camel MODERN people are hard to satisfy. But Camel has pleased them and they have made it the most famous cigarette of all time. Present-day smokers are %asty," and they recognize in Camel the choicest tobaccos grown, blended for smoothness and mellowness. Camel leadership in this modern world is an overwhelming tribute to the taste and fragrance of this quality cigarette. Camel will prove itself to you. What a cool, satisfying smoke! When you try Camels, you will see why they are first and favorite with present.day smokers. "Have a Camel!" 1927, R.~. Reynolds Tobacco COmlL~V, Winston-Salem, N. C. SAVE "OLD IRONSIDES" \~% ,irk, informed by Kd Abbott, S~:cretary of the Catalina Island Yacht Club, that if an3- one (Lesires to buy one of the pictnres of that famous old fighting ship "CONSTITUTION." they should hnrry, as his supply is running low. In a conununication he received recently from blear Adnfiral Philip Andrews, L;. S. Navy, he was informed that the "CONSTITUTION" had been dr:,- docked on june 16th. 1'he Secre.- tary of the Navy, the Governor of Massachusetts and many other distin- guished personages were present. The actual work of reconstruction is now in progress. THE CATALINA I~t.ANDER Wear your Light Tackle Crab but- ton. tt shows that you are an angler and a sportsman. THE CAT&LJNA ISLANDER The Catalina Islander will welcomeI correspondence on problems of a psy- chological nature. TNI~ CATA~.INA I~LAN~R Put a little sunshine iuto your philosophy and your psychologyBe! motivated ! THI[ CATALINA tDI.A~IOKmt "~.Ve'll tell the world l" 8end the Islander to your friends. Thank you. i ,