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CATALINA ISLANDER SOCIAL AND PERSONAL .Ann Coleman is a guest of PAGE SEVEN W. M. Hunt has returned to Avalon from a business trip to San Francisco. AN OLD TYPO We have with us this week, as an One of the popular trips this season is that made daily by the steamer Ca- brillo, leaving Avalon at 10 a. m. and Dearden on Descanso av. A. Seymour Scott, spent the week- enthusiasiast for the Magic Isle, Mr. going around the Island, stopping for cted~ ~tr. .~ . end with his wife at their cottage on James M. Walters, 76, twenty-nine lunch at the Isthmus. uth" ~tk~,~,a LOuis Dearden and farad have Descanso avenue, years a resident of Los Angeles, and e ~oan~h.Oust on Descanso avenue for ..... an old-time printer. Mr. Waiters spent Mr. Willard A. Van Brunt of the .,, ;n4 Mrs. F. F. MeMullen, president of .... ~,fr. a .... the V(omans Club of San Pedro, visit- his youth with his parents in the fa- Tuna Club has brought to gaff several dlv 4Atlgelo-''u Mrs. W. E. Munsey of Los ed Catalina last week. mous Shenandoah Valley, Vs., and al- small bluefin tuna on light tackle dur- -ndqal da9 Were Island visitors for sever- though too young to join the army in ing the past week. "I want to get a ~i] ys last week. Billie and Edward Hu-'----"--'--~t"left Avalon the early part of the conflict, was an sixty-pounder," said this gemal angler, Monday morning for their ranchin observer of the stirring scenes enact- before the season is over." ~bb~/far~y and ~ir~. A. H. Kornblum and Apple Valley, near Victorville. ed in that section at that time. After ,, the war he moved west, at 17, to "seek Captain Blood" is the title of a eL J~zy 1. - e again summering in their Mrs. Alice Dearden was hostess to his fortune," and located in the new thrilling pirate story now being filmed t~e.~! tttle cottage at 306 Descanso av. Mrs. Hunt's guests on several delight- state of West Virginia at Parkersburg, at the Isthmus by the Vitagraph Co. ". A' "-"---- n blh~e a~,'~ hee Dearden, daughter Max- ful rides on the Speedboat Miss Cats- and learned the printers' trade on the Friday, two old-time vessels were Y"~|ia the~.sn Douglas, are now located lina. old Daily Times. During his early blown up near Ship Rock. They were ill for tt'~ cottage on Descanso avenue manhood, in the days of the tramp brought from San Pedro for the pic- viMj~ ue month , Mr. Bert W. Smith of the Los An- printer and hand-composition, he trav- tuft. g geles Times was an Island visitor eled over the country from Canada to The Hotel St. Catherine was the an~ ~er~, son of E1 Paso, Texas,St. Catherine. a ~larence ~ last week. He registered at the Hotel Florida and from New York to 'Frisco, secene of a banquet on Saturday even- ,.-ld~ :l~'~euae'fi .PaSsenger., a,~ento of the Texas- holding positions on many newspapers ing in honor of the birthday of Mrs. E. at ~ 1~ 0v-railway, was a visitor in Ava- Mrs. less~os Angeles, invarious cities. Coming to Los Angeles L. Doheney.Covers were laid/or 300 dl ~ er the Week-end. accompanied by her daughter Kather-he worked for two years in the ad guests, which included prominent peo- ~)~ ea~s.. A. Seymour Scott of 207 Des- ine, has been a guest at the Islandroom of the Times,until a short time pie in various walks of life and em- htbe~ I~ I~eher-~nsenavenue'and entertained' , Mrs. E. Villa during the past week. beforethat timetheheeXplsinhas servedandlongfire'termsSincein Company.plyes of the Pan-American Petroleum .I " s A- daughterMary,of Mrs. Win. Scales and daughter Nell, several of the job offices. Now, in his ageles, last week. And, while we are discussing sum- ~i ~ir' arid ~ of Los Angeles, spent ten days in old age, he has retired from the Case, !*a.~ ~i~, ^ Mrs Fred Brown of Phoe- Avalon, returning to their home on sticking type, and come to this en- met hats, did you notice the "lid" that ~'4 days ~rlZona, are spending several the Saturday afternoon steamer, chanted, ronlantic isle seeking the Manager West of the Tuna Club is "rest of his life." wearing these days? Some one vol- c~] ~t~tr~ti~gal~unsmMr" Brown is in the ~ t ty. " ssin theArizona Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howard and Two years ago Mr. Waiters had the unteered the information that there daughter Dorothy Denny, are locatedmisfortune to lose his wife, and her was enough material in that Stetson o_ __ at 228 Descanso avenue, and are en-ashes were cast from the deck of the to make the average man a suit of L ~ d:Uestsat*h~--rsonage for several-- --~s-- -,,~Va joying the Catalina brand of climate. Cabrillo into the Pacific. clothes. However, the said hat is very" ,~E aM t~st Week were Mrs. Zella King Mr. Waiters, speaking of Catalina be-coming to Mr. West. J'~]] ~lrs ~ children of San Luis Obispo. Mrs. Bessie L. Payne of Pasadena, and Avalon, says this is the climax of "An Adventurer of Faith" will be the spent several days in Avalon last week, all the resorts he had visited, for good sermon topic at the Community (Con- "~1;'"~| (2, ~al_ng~son. is a cousin of Mrs. LaRue enjoying the attractions of Catalina order, unique attractions not foundgregational) Church at 10:30 a. m. h~! klr ~ where she has spent several summers, elsewhere, and for quiet, peaceful rest- next Sunday. An appropriate s01o will /1~| 0f ~. ~d Mrs. AI Cotant and family fulness, be rendered at this service by R. H, u~tin t-Iei ht ~ Plimpton, the popular soloist of the ,.P~:Jt~ ~eeksi _ g s wdl spend two Mrs. H. C. Thomas has opened her cottage at 333 Catalina avenue, and has NEAR EAST RELIEF Catalina Marine Band. The service at t~"i tage ~ Mrs. Mary P. Matthews cot-as her guest her granddaughter, Mrs. .t| the~ ~ Descanso avenue Mrs. Mat- 7:00 p. m. the songs of the wonderful iq s is going to Carmel-By-the-Sea. C.H. Thomas of Cambridge street, | ~,Pat t~r ~ Los Angeles. The newest importation of fascinat- blind hymn writer, Fanny Crosby, will ing handwork from the Near East be featured, and her life and its rues- , t/| W~dUe~wn left for the mainland on Professor O. L. Heald of the Pass- will be on display in the lobby of the sage will be briefly discussed by the t.~|carpea~Uay. He was foreman of thedens high school, his wife and two Hotel St. Catherine Aug. 12 to Aug. 17. pastor, Rex,. LaRue C, Watson. ~| ~atal:_ers that just finished the new children, have been spending several These exquisite embroideries and r(| hailt,.~a Island Yacht Club, which was days here.The Avalon pastor is a laces are made by the descendants ofTHE ISLANDER ADLET$ u~ reco ~l ~eeded rd t~me and Pat satd he a long line of cultured women in the former pupil of Professor Heald. ~w| r~aa." . a Vacation of a month to get Near East, who have been noted for ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line ~l "y for the big work next winter. Arthur S. Crites, the most worship-their skillful needle-work, but are now per issue. Minimum charge, 25 eta, ~'-0"c~! av~h~"ha'W'sM"M'M~unt of 204 Descanso ful grand master of Masons in the refugee mothers. They are widowed r'.!0f o,. 'been hostess to a number jurisdiction of California, will be a andbut homelesStwo assets:and theirdestitute'dexterityThey havewith nue,Fr oppositeRent--Cttage'New 130HotelWhittleYcatalina,ave- ~1 a vaur~sts for the past ten days giving guest of Catalina Island Lodge, No.loom and needle and their determina- for the last three weeks in August. ~" s. -et . ' I sMr~ y of entertainments such as .524, F. and A. M., on Saturday even- tion to keep their children and grand- Also two-room cottage in rear of hum- | a~tl _/.lag parties, Mah Jong, dancing ing, August 16th. ~| Ifft~t,,o~cn.tes. Those enjoying Mrs children from death and utter dears- ber 130 Whittley Avenue. Apply Mrs, ~'=' h ' Mrs. M. P. Matthews had as her dation. K.C. Kendrick or phone 18-M, Avalon. I!~%r-- Osp~tality were Mesdames The Near East Relief, through its "| 8%tts.e Steckel, Alice Dearden A S guests recently Mr. and Mrs. C.S.. For Sah~-Fishing Boat, 'Butte."-- 26 ~! ~l~a~ I'Iarry Stadler and son of Los Angeles, C.L. industrial department, has given work feet long. Very cheap. Win. P. Butte French alld Edward Cotant of Santa Ann, and also Arthur to a great number of these women 1330 So. Hill St. Los Angeles, Atlantic "|:! there Sorenson of the Naval Hospital school and they in turn are offering a rare 8141, 30p Prrt c~mes from the mainlandat Mare Island Navy Yard. type of decorative linens which can-For SMe---Ice box, in good condition, ,| ageratUM." bIenryVigneu, formerly man- not be duplicated in the shops of cheap, also full-sized bed spring{ 306 i at M' ! | (2attlt (2 tddle Ranch for the Mauer Edward Hunt, son of Air. and Mrs.America. Descanso avenue. 30p Many native stitches will be shown t| !0r%h:, Ompany, was in a serious au- W.M. Hunt of Descanso avenue, en- in this exhibit in wonderful Oriental Houttwork--Competent German wo- : ~s ue accid man, good cook, wants position, Los IItit;,.. COne| ~s~ eat last Sunday.The tertained a number of young folks at a designs and coloring such as Suzani, Angeles references. Address E. Dor- I ::~e~gPeWrsaoS e weinie bake at Pebbly beach last htoth;yhdelVmlolis~l~n UTh~ea: week. The occasion was his fifteenthMarash, Brusa, and Demirdash weal- man, care Boos Bros. 30p I i~a~ted' ,as were injured, the report birthday. Those present were Betty lags. Beautiful effects in Russian | ~378 xxt jVtr. Vigneu is-at his home, Trout, Helen MeKelvey, Katherine Cross-stitch give a new and wonderfulLo~t--Keepsake gold ring, N. C. '74. Reward if returned to Villa Park oi- l 'Valnut street Los Angeles. McKay, Rt~th Lefavor, Edith Hunt, charm to a luncheon or bridge party, rice , 30p I e of the enjoyable affairs of last lie Hunt, Jimmy Hunt and the host. combine individuality and usefulness in Wanted~House for last week in | ~rs ,Was the bridge party given by any home. August, to accommodate six. Phone | /~' ~'harles Patrick at her home 21" GR9871 29-31 '~h~%u Stree ' ~ M.L. Beal, of 899 North Marengo ! ?i:gue--.t, on Tuesday afternoon. Thirty-one years ago August 14th, Captain fidlen Macdonell of the good Fir.t Clut Latmdry--Done at home. avenue, Pasadena, returned home yes- Special care taken, of all silks and | ~iss ~I~its.meluded Mrs. J. B. Norton, ship Betty O, plying between Avalonterday, after spending some time inlinen dresses, mens silk shirts also. ! ~,io~: ~rabelle Miller, Mrs Bessie and the Isthmus, was born in a little | ~rtry' ~Vtrs. W. H. Mead, Mrs. Me- cottage where now stands the StrandAvalon renovating the hardwood floors Address, 202 Tremont Street 28tf Theatre on Sumner avenue.His fa- For Exchango---Long Beach property ! ~ill@ll'*~'~sinetr' Mrs. C. J. Dash, Mrs. in various public buildings belonging | ~' ~ FI , Mrs. R. V. Baker, Mrs. ther, Captain A. W. Macdonell, is now to the Santa Catalina Island Company, for Avalon property. Address 1215 | Airs. ~1 e~ss, Mrs. Clarence Bunnelle, a resident of, Los Angeles, but Captain and also in several private homes. In Bennett av,enue, Long Beach, Cal. 26t~ | Airs. uYd Bunnelle, Mrs Fred Reid, Allen says Catalina is good enough the Hotel St. Catherine alone over Hou.e Cleaning and Window Wash- | J~yce'Xaay Dawson, Mrs. Laura P. for ,him.' For nineteen years the 5000 square feet of hardwood floor Ing--Houses put in order. John An- ~ ~t d ~lbert Handley. young man attended school and laterwere renovated, derson, Diffins or Waffle Parlor. 22tf #N.~)7 visited many sea ports. Three yearsA natural born angling enthusiast is Catalina Houae and Window Claal- ! at s2,' newspapers, candies, etc., ago he returned to Avalon, where heone who can come home all excited ~rt.--Eleetric vacuum machines rented. ] ~ E S NEWS STAND' has since made his home. about a fish he landed a week ago. Fullerton, Box 1452, Avalon 17t[