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ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN PERSONAL Lyons was a guest at several days last Rosin and family the summer at the Hotel Mrs. C. B. Parker is spending a few days visiting relatives on the main- land. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Meyers of Los Angeles, and party, were Avalon visi- tors, and registered at the National Camp for three days last week. Mr. MOTHER OF MRS. SHIELDS LAID TO REST HERE Tuna Caught to date. 199. Over 100 pounds, 149. Mrs. Louisa Denning was found un- conscious on the floor of her room on Sunday morning, July 20th, and quiet- ly passed into the Great Beyond the evening of the next day, without hay- "Uncle John" of KHJ talks such a lot about that tuna he-didn't land, a few weeks ago, that we wonder just what he would say over the radio if he did land a big game fi~h in Catalina Ca~.~,.I) ~ , Meyers is connected with the circula- ing regained consciousness. For about waters. '" ": . Rinenp:sa be;d tion department of the Los Angeles a year she has made her home here ncipi~Jlk~a~!~f:r~:~sdVehna h::tu Times. with her daughter, Mrs. Nettie M. The Press Club of Long Beach will ' ~ Shields, at 134 Hill street. She was 78 " arrive hereAugust 10 as guests of the ~['~~t~rrmm~,~ n t': "'''" A postcard has been received from years of age, has been quite feeble for Santa Catalina Island Company. The -fi--~een visitingMr. C. B. Sanford on board the S.S.some time, and the crisis was not al- visitors will be entertained during .ted~0ll h,, ne mainland, returned to Manchuria, en route from New York together unexpected, their stay by Mr. J. Paulson, repre- ,;-j~: -,~t Week. to San Francisco via Panama. Mr. A simple and appropriate funeral senting the Island Company.Plans today (Panama), but I m enjoying the gational Church Wednesday afternoontrips, etc., for the party. trip very much.' by Rev. LaRue C. Watson, and the The formal opening day of the new ~.~ ~11'~ ~ remains were laid to rest in Avalonheadquarters for the Catalin~ Island 500~l~t ~2~ett Willard was in Avalon Mr. J. Albert, who is visiting Dr. M. cemetery. Near relatives of the de-Y~cht Club will be announced in our ~r~e~ a,~k; making arrangements for Huelsman at Colorado Springs, has ceased who attended the service were next issue. Secretary Ed Abbott is t#5::~;v~ranee here next month of sent a letter home stating that he the daughter; Mrs. Nettle M. Shields, preparing for a big time here as soon )~ : ~an Morgan Smith. (lake) is improving every day, and the grandsons, "Speed" Hastings ~I::~,~/.'1,. ~u~ " that his hat is again in the ring as a Shields and John Shields of Avalon; a as the yachting regatta at San Diego is over and the visitors have returned ~l~rs~t~um.n of the United Theatres, candidate for the Avalon Board of son, C. Wesley Denning, and family of from the southern outing. j1-!~tl ~:; ',Umn, accompanied by Mrs Trustees, in 1926. Los Angeles, and another son, E. M. e~ ~f ~l!S~rt and Mrs C D Hutson ~ Denning, and family of San Francisco. s An " " In a Temperature of 95 Degrees #'~t~t,I A~..- geles, were guests at the Dr. ~r. C. Doughty of Dayton, Ohio, A brother in Berkeley was not able to 1.:~)!1 ~{ 'Water last week. who was an Avalon visitor for several be present, on account of the frailties One little fellow last Sunday, des- ~t~/l. ~'J '~ " days, and who brought to gaff a tuna of age. Mr. P. West presided at thecribing a spasm of fear that he was '~2 ~~ltrt", w .~raig, mother of Mrs. A. weighing 126 pounds while fishing from organ during the service, going to lose a fish that he was,fight- ~ ~ f ho has been visiting in the launch Leona, returned to Dayton Mrs. Shields, who is a popular, smil- ing near Seal Rocks, exclaimed:, Why, f0rr.,the past month, left last last week. Dr. Doughty plans a staying clerk at Heywood's store, returned pop, I was so frightened that Id lose ~:~ ~"~t~ f0r'banthe nextDieg'twoWheremonths.She will of three months at Catalina next year. with her brother to Los Angeles after it, that my eye lashes were frozen!" i~l.~r, arm ~ While he was in Avalon last week the funeral, to spend a few days inAnd he lost it. q ~i)~t;eittagha:[dhdaWad~ H~,uCht~PM;n' ~f. County Prohibition Officer George needed rest. A charming early morning walk may a Contreras visited the homes of several CARD O--'FT"HANKS be had by taking the trail just beyond :~ ~ '~g, t~ . g ter, Miss Flora persons not citizens of the United the fourth green on the golf links. It ,A ~m~tary S~;o~it;rprincipal of an ele- States to check up on their govern- We wish to express to our many leads up into picturesque canyons, over it~ it ~lrs ,- h of Chicago, Ill ment'permits obtained to make grapefriends our heartfelt gratitude for their a well graded trail, which was used for _~ ~t~i4~t' e'.W' Gray of Los Angeles, juice. At one home on Marilla avenue, sympathy and helpfulness in our be-the t4"ansportation of materials while ~'~ ~ak ot the Arlington Womans' the officer found several bottles of reavement. Mr. Nettle M. Shields and family, water tunnels were being drilled there- ~/~rs. R.a'~-~-~ "dry raisin wine," and the owner was C. Wesley Denning and family, Los in. cautioned not to jet this product fer- Angeles. ~ell ~{~. ~Ph Ritter and sister, Miss ---~-'-----'-- qV~ "yet . . . merit. E.M. Denning and family of" San The Bandbox Theatre is offering its ~t,lotL ~- : Were recent vxs~tors m Francisco. ~r tri;~vmg taken the Island in on ~ ~ patrons this week an unusual oppor- ~t%ti0, ~.~ the west coast It is their Tuna Club Visitors last week were Rev. W. R. Marshall, pastor of the tunity to make their friends aequaint- ,q tO ~r~k, is~," go from Avalon to San President Ray Thomas, Vice-Presi- Atlantic avenue Congregational Church ed with the merits of the program h"~N~r~'- -~. and xrom" there they will dent James W. Jump, H. W. Adams, of Long Beach, has returned home af- presented at this new Avalon amuse- ~rg.east to their home in Pitts- W.A. Van Brunt, H. Earlscliffe, F.H. ter spending a restful and happy week ment center. With every'cash ticket ,~h Reed, L. G. Murphy, A. R. Martin, in Avalon. purchased a complimentary ticket is !y e,~-----~ C. Alma Baker, C. B. E., A. C. Brode, also given. Make your friends during ~dyle~N~,-~'taniordr,, . Holston and M~ss Ralph Bandini, H. J. Mallen, W.M. For the third annual pilgrimage of this booster week. ~~ria~ "-turk Hill were united in Hunt, George J. Tuckett. R. B. Jump, the Westgate Lodge of Free and Ac- k. %r~gr_ Rev. LaRue C. Watson at Leo S. Jacoby, Tom Mix, Carl F. John- cepted Masons, more than 100 repre-. THE ISLANDER ADLET$ I.~'t S2tg:t'nal parsonage in A va- son, J. T. Hurst, F. Albertson, B.O. sentatives arrived here Saturday ev- " t~~s ata-., day afternoon. Mr. Hols- Kendall, J. W. Kendall, W. Vaughn cuing to confer the third degree ofADLET RATES--Ten cents per line qq ~Jll geo ' ,., the t .. Iog~st of Los Angeles, Scott, "Geo. C. Thomas, III., Dr. Lynn Mansoryon one of their candidates, per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts, .*~t(2it, Unde also hails from the An H. Case, Julius Jacoby, W. Bradley Supper was served after the ceremony ,, ~ral ~ ,*tr. and Mrs. Holston spent Lewis, Harry Parsons, Cliff Blackburn, in the recreation tent of the Independ- For Sale---Singer Sewing Machine-- ~aai~ays here before returning to Alvin Frank, C. C. Perkins, W.C. ent Order of Foresters on Clemente 323 Clemente avenue. 29 ~t~ m,trld l~l~etl W' ' and were surpmsed and Bradley and W. J. Wilson. avenue. Among the prominent Masons ~. ~th the beauty of the Magic present were Will H. Fischer, past For Sal~--Radio, Two-tube Set, com- plete with loud speaker. Fine receiv- ing set, a bargain, $50. Apply at No. STRAND THEATRE BOOKED t~y ~ ' SOME GOOD PICTURES 4,~tex1 ~: nan C. Stanton has been ~l~tt ~aty Atorney of the City of -~- ~ttr o sUCCeed Attorne Fr d ri kW.T. Quinn, familiarly known as ~i,.., resi~- . y e e e ~t~'~ ~,~ae