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August 8, 1935

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PAGE EIGHT THE CATALINA Do You Remember? UNITED STATES POST OFFICE up F.O.B. AVALON 12:30 and -6:30 p.m. (Compiled from flies of The CatalinaOutgoing mail closes daily at 7:45 .~.- Islander by Chas. H. Smith) a.m. and 3:45 p.m. The Post Office is open daily except Ten Years Ago Saturday mornings and holidays from [:rom The Catalina Islanderof 8 A. M. to-5 P. M. Saturdays the Of- August 5, 1925: rice will be open from 12 ~loon until i George C. Th(mms, Jr. was elected 4 P. M. Regular holiday hours will be president of the Tuna Club; A. R. observed and time of opening dis- Martin, vice-president; James \V. played in the Lobby of the Post Of- Junap, Harry ~r..~da:ns and Harry J.rice. Mallen, Directors. A. C. Brode was James B. Ogden, Postmaster. chosen secretary. -o" On August 1 George C. Thomas, Jr. SO THE--P~PLE~ KNOW f took a tuna ~m light tackle which [ weighed 82~ pounds. We will send the Catalina Islander, t The American Legion of California postpaid, to any address in the United held it's annual state convention in States, for: " Avalon; it was estimated that this Three Months ....................... . ........... 50 gathering called over 10,000 people to Six Months ...................................... $1.0~) V~jR~ ~D;L ~[;~[~H~ "AM Santa Catalina Island. One Year .......................................... ,~. Mr. Percy West was wearing a Three Years .................................... $5.00 brand new blue sweater, the gift of L. H. Michelson of the Meve,'s Manu- If there is anything that you wish Come ,n today, anti see the new evdjlsSz~ad~t~es:~ facturing Companv. " to sell or rent; or that you desire to rngmaire'3~ wxtnmeauperrreezer family. Every model-- Employees of the Pan-American Pc- secure, such as a house or lot, or a which makes possible a Complete regardless of size or troleum Company and Petrolemn Se- desirable business site, try an Adlet Refrigeration Service. It provides price--is am outstand- curities Company enjoyed a banquet on page 7 of The Catalina Islander. the right kinds of cold for ever,/ ing.value; Come ia at the Hotel St. Catherine. E. L. Do- purpose--all in the same cabinet,ana luagetoryourse/t. heny, Sr. was unable to be present. There's fast freezing for making ice Employees of the companies presentedMore messages this week from live cubes and desserts;frozen storage for ~ him with a solid gold derrick, eighteen advertisers. Look them over. meats and ice cream; extra-coldstar. ~ ~ | age for keeping a reserve supply of ~ ,~W~]~ [ inches in height, a s a token of loyaltv, dr '~ The present was accepted bv E. L. D(;- [ icecubes;moiststorageforvegetables ~ hh.L~ [ I[ GRADUATE NURSE and fruits; and normal storage for ~ r'~ ~ henY,A complimentaryJr" in behalf OfbridgehiS father.and mah [ S~'EI)ISII [ .foods requiring dry, frosty cold. ~- ~[[[ ~ Don'tfailto seethenewest achieve- ~ I~ .~ [ jong party was tendered ,Mrs. W.H. [ ~IASSAGE / ii mentin e:ectricrefrigeration. Learn imm , ~,,~i | Mead and Miss Lueile Mead, in honor howeasyitistoownaFrigidaire'35 ~ ~,~1 ] of their return from a trip around the I MISS J. M. SCHNEIDER l i under the liberal terms now being ~tg ~ F world. [ 115 Clarissa St. [ offered. "11 W Erie Von Stroheim, noted moving k~ ,~ picture director, was spending a month CARL W. CARSON Avalon 1, i;atallna Island Lodoe,F.&A.H. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gleeson of Chi- 117 Whittley Ave. Avalon Phone 124 cago called on Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Lt~ - No, 1$24 . A Meets every Friday Night of eacl~ Stamford. Mrs. Gleeson and Mrs. d(,q'~, month at 7:30 in Foresters Hall. Stamford are cousins. .~ "Tiny" (Geo. J.)Tuckett was in ~ Visiting brethren are welcome. ! t ~ x JOHN J. WHITE, Master town. Miss Constance Wallace of Ocean F.M. PAULSON, Secretary Park was visting her grandfather, Chas. H. Smith. Twenty Years Ago From The Islander of August 10, 1915 : The City Council declared the office of Harbor Master vacant, and directed City Marshall, J. H. Wegmann to at- tend to the duties of Harbor Master. Geo. E. Esterling, employee of The Islander, was attending a meeting of the International Typogrphical Union in Los Angeles. P. V. Reyes was running a half- page advertisement presenting the merits of his photograph establish- meat. He still is in business here. Dwight 13. Heard of Phoenix, Ari- zona, fishing with Captain Hugh Mac- Kay, caught a yellowtail weig*hing 43~ pounds. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Kit t and daught- er, long residents of Avalon, were making a vacation trip to Phoenix, Arizona. Among Avalon property holders visiting the Island were E. J. Whitney, G. Roscoe Thomas, Clark F. Reeve, W. H. Hevren and G. McIntire--the latter a representative of the Thorn- ton estate. An Avalon boatman claimed that a bonita shark smashed his tuna sled, leaving marks of its teeth on the woodwork. Judging from the editorials in The Islander, Avalon was getting to be quite a warm town--politically. --: o:--- AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARY Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library, in Atwater Arcade, is open every week day from 2 to 5 and 7 to 8:30 p.m.--Mrs. Mac- Rae, Librarian. --:o:-- Summer, Winter, Spring or Fall, Catalina's best of all. ERNEST WINDLE NOTARY PUBLIC LeEal I)oeum.enta Promptly Exeouted News. Stand, . or at ldmader. Ofllo~f [ JACK SCHOOLFIELD MARINE SERVICE PHONE A atsrRVICIE TO SEAMIZN MARINE REPAIRS 528-J ANCHORAGES ~EPAIR TUG iSLANOER BUILD LOANS REPAIR Under Tide I and Title II of the National Housing Act, provide the money for New Construction or Renovation and Re- pairs Long Time, Easy Terms, Moderate Interest Rates. S ]CUIII qk'-FI II ST ATIONAh ANK OF LOS A2~GELES