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CATALINA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Little Marjorie Virginia Murray of HERBERT BOOTH SMITH Louis Courtwright was at Long Beach several (lays last week. He re- ~{r, and Mrs. A.-----~. Drmmnond of Descanso avenue is improving after a HERE FOR VACATION ports progress in the oil industry. t~:ll~yark, New ~[exico, were visi- short illness Among the recent arrivals in Avalon .... " avalon during the past week. Mr. Jack Schiebusch and sister, Miss are Rev. Dr. Herbert Booth Smith, Truxton Ross is with the Avalon Boy Scouts in the' camp at Cherry ~sr Anna Schiebusch were Island visitorspastor of hnmanuel Presbyterian Valley this week. [, s Yvonne Shannon and sister for several (lays last week. church of Los Angeles and his family t0r~ ~' Ot Pueblo Colorado were vis ..... of three bovs. Dr. Snfith, the a young ---- -- ere Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. K. McCauley of Los Angeles,man, is pastor of the third largestMr. and Airs. William MeNaughton dr. Morri-~Burke of Los Angeles for many years a missionary under the Presbyterian church in Anlerica, ha','- and son Roland of Los Angeles, will Presbyterian Board in Japan, is spend- ing over three thousand members. Hebe the guests of Mrs. Alice Dearden i~te.rata Island visitor last week, in the ing her vacation here in Avalon. She has two men assistants and two or the coming week-end. At, est of the Asa Keyes for District is accompanied by her brother, W. \. three secretaries. One reason for his ~--- 'urneY campaign. - Kuser. presence here is to store np enoughUnder the direction of Miss Eva Haight and Mrs. R. V. Baker a sur- i0 Y HU~tof 204 Descanso avenue Mr. J. O. McDonald and family of energy for the strain of erecting his l~ift~u~he party of Boy Scouts of the Compton are stopping at 307 Descanso new million-dollar plant, which theLaurancePrise showerat theWaSnewgiVenhome MrS.o ntheClaracor- ley_ amp, who went to Cherry Val-avenue for a month. Air. McDonald church hopes to erect in the near fu- net of Eucalyptus avenue and Tre- t~r~ ~ear the Isthmus for an outing of is an enthusiastic angler, and has been ture. ~Ys. a regular Island visitor for the past He says he finds many of his mem- mont street. Besides Mrs. Laurance, bers on the island. A few days ago,Miss Haight and Mrs. Baker, other Rev. (2 "~ twenty years. ~rega,. W. Hill, pastor of the Con- when arranging for some special swim- ladies present were Airs. George f0ttti~),hal church of La Mesa, Call- C.C. Burnett and f-~atl-~il>" of Los ruing lessons, the professor's wife said Haight, Mrs. D. M. Renton, Mrs. Mc- ,~vaL, is spending a few weeks inAngeles, who have been on the Island to him: "Why, you married us in your Henry Mosier and Mrs. Wm. Heiss. aey,~n with his daughter, Mrs. Ches- for the past two weeks, have returned manse, and here is our babv in ltheThe ladies spent a pleasamt hour hem- ~-arver. home. Mr. Burnett will buy a summercarriage on the beach." The Doctor ming towels and doing other helpful ~rs V ~ " home in Catalina, and is also negotiat- inquired if the little one had been bap- work--as well as having a pleasant ~U~h~' an Ettisch is entertaining a ing for a pleasure boat. tized, and so foumt himself back insocial time. (age or of guests at Centennial cot- church work even the he had come "The Universal Religion" will be the ~er~ J a Claressa avenue. The guests Mrs. Alfred Biefer of Los Angeles, to Avalon to escape it. sermon topic of Rev, LaRue C. Wat- I~r~C~s. Zimon, Mrs. Lackman, Miss accompanied by her son, George and Dr. Smith will spend the month of son at 10:30 a. m., next Sunday at the l'light anne Hulstrom, Miss Helen wife of E1 Paso, Texas, spent several August on the island, except over the Conmmnity (Congregational) church, D0r0th ua Mrs.Ettisch'sdaughter, days in Avalon last week, taking in week-ends, at which times he leaves At some time during the service, de- Y' the many novel trips about the island, to occupy the pulpit of the First Pres- pending upon. the time that they ar- llev; I-I ~ - Mr. Biefer is a teller inthe First byterian church of San Diego, and the rive from the mainland by special boat, ~f L0' Ugh K.Walker and family First Presbvterian church of Glendale the Chanters of the Los Angeles f~.: ~, Angeles have taken the "Call- National Bank in El Paso. - ____~ --the one for three Sundays of August Sciots will render a twenty or thirty a cottage on Sumner avenue, for As guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ballard and the other for one Sunday. On minute concert of sacred song. It is ~l tLVacation. Dr. Walker is pastor I,s'Ae First Presbyterian church of the last ten days are Mrs. Mary Tru- the first Sunday of September he will claimed by those who have heard this man of Los Angeles, Mrs. Minerva dedicate the new Vermont Avenue male chorus that this is one of the visi,_ ngeles, and is a regular summer Murray Skelton of Los Altos, Cal., Presbyterian church, at Vermont ave- great musical treats of the year. The ur here. and Lydia Murray of Pale Alto. dau- nue and 53rd street, which was for- public is invited to. attend. ~ar~oll Johnson entertained twenty- ghters of Professor A. T. Murray of tner/y a Mission of Immanuel church. day " her little friends with a birth- the faculty of Stanford University. Lee The pastor and family are residing Subscribe now--$g per year. ~i~thv~r.ty last week in honor of her Skelton, husband of Mrs. Skelton wasat the Harris cottage, on East Avalon ' - -" o' ' with them for a few days, leaving last Terrace, up above the amphitheatre. THE ISLANDER ADLETS "' lrthdayt The home was beau- tt~ll.lly decorated with nink and white Monday evening for their home at LosDr. Harris is one of the elders of his ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line -"~8, T" ~ church. Dr. Smith says there is no telves . ne little folks enjoyed them- Altos. city of which he knows in America per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. victro.~n a peanut hunt, playing the ,,t and piano and in singing. Mr. and Mrs. J. Van den Akker which has such a wonderful resort so For Salt*--Two canvas tarpaulins, 18 and family, Joy, Kryne and Mable, ofnear it as Los Angeles has in Catalina. x18. $5 each. 109 Claressa. 31p, ~ll~rt" .~'nald McNaughton was the Hollywood, are occupying their sum- He predicts that as the west coast grows, Avalon will reach and surpass For Salt--Phonograph and records,: tle~ ot his cousin, Mrs. Alice Dear- mer h~ne at 113 Claressa avenue for Atlantic City as an all-the-year-round $8. 109 Claressa. 31p ~tt~h~vet the week-end. Mr. Mc- the ~ttmmer. Mr. Van den Akker is ~lec1 t~n is a golf enthusiast and cir- a prominent jeweler of Hollywood. Last resort. For Sal~--Launch, Sea Lion; 5 hp. ~. ue local course twice, in 34 and week at their Avalon home, they enter- Anchored in front Yacht Club. A. B, ~ort Jt~st before coming to Avalon,, he tained a large party of friends from The Daily News of Bangor, Maine, Clapp, 126 Marilla. 31p adet~a"egolf championship of the Pas-" the mainland. The party participatedrecently staged a subscription contest, house on lot 40 foot frontage. Ad-: Willi, ~OUntry Club, and also beatin fishing and boat riding, and enjoyed with teachers in seven counties vieing For Sale or Exchange--Apartment ~ha~.~ taunter, former California Golf every minute of their time before re- for populartiy, a trip to California be- dress, Owner, P.O. Box 2, San Jacinto, ,~rt;~tl)tn, in a recent contest in Los turning to the mainland Monday. ing the prize offered. There were ~es four winners, who are now on their California ~ 31-32p Judge J. W. Ballard and wife are trip. One, Mrs. Frances Boyd of Fort Hout~leaning--By the day or hour, ~h ~ Mrs. Van Deusen. Box 1205. 31 ~, and Mrs P Bond of spending the summer in their home Fairfield, is visiting a sister in San h%,~._~eaeh decided to 'make their on East Side Terrace. With them andDiego. The other three visited Ca(a- Lot(---Ladies Platinum Watch. In- tl~t~n~rt trip to Avalon last week, as a part of their family are Mrs. Ella lina Monday. They were Miss Grace itials "M. N." Liberal reward if return Mtll2trgt to walk up the gang plank B. Hanna, daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Douglas of Orland, Miss Abbie Fowler ed to Mrs. Paul Jacobs, 305 Villa ~72,,e rest of the passengers at Wil- Hanna Murray, wife of Feg Murray, of Sangerville, and Miss Daisy Lynch Park, Avalon. 31p ~htttd".'. A report from Wilmington the cartoonist, and their two daughters of Sangerville. The party were en- Piano For Salt--J. & C.Fischer cab- a~o that Mrs. Bond, 16 years of Zorraine and Rosalind, granddaughters thusiastic over California, and .especi- d~~?& Av$~al~n ~ti;l,a:t!emPted to stowaway on the and great granddaughters respectively ally Catalina Island. Miss Fowler was ic~etf}a~ " di~f Th~"nP Catalina, and that Officerof Mr. and Mrs. Ballard. The Mur- a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Found--Stray dog--owner can have "~tS O Y%t~.. rt the pier recognized the rays are now residents of Evanston, D.M. Renton, and was the winner in same by proving property and paying ~]~tl~ta, lady as Catherine Cozof of Illinois. Mr. Murray will visit the Is- Piscataquis county, with upwards of for feed and this ad. 255 Parker Ct. I~ga~e. The couple were married at land in September for a month and 141,000 votes. Housework---Colored gir-'--'---~ wants any tt~ he 0each. The gin was returnedwill then return home with his family. As will be noted by an advertisement kind of work. Aileen Bowen, Gen. " Parents. elsewhere in this paper, Mr. Hurbert Del., Avalon. 31p ~r a One of the Mah Jongg luncheons of R. Baker, who for the past three Wanted--House for last week in A~g.~ ttd Mrs. J. A. Blake of Los the week was that presided over by months has been doing the cement August, to accommodate six. Phone !heiz'est. thought that they would give Mrs. David M. Renton, Thursday, at work for the Santa Catalina Island GR9871 29-31 li. ~l~ree-months_old baby, Thomas the Hotel St. Catherine. The luncheon Company, is now contracting in that line for himself. He finished up the Special care taken of all silks and ~%~t,sake, a thrill, so they took the tables were prettily arranged with First Class Laundry~Done at home: rhttr.~fer for a flying boat ride last flowers and dainty place cards. Among cement work for Jean Stratton Porter, l~non dresses, men's silk shirts also. altit~2ay. Pilot Burns climbed to an those enjoying the games in the sunMr. Oberley and Mr. Laurance. He A~ldress, 202 Tremont Street28tf room were Mrs. Clara Laurance, Mrs. is a practical worker, is prepared to that u~lf 1,500 feet, and it is believed For Exeh~tg~---Long Beach property Yt~tt~" aster Blake is the youngestC.U. Bunnelle, Mrs. Fred H. Reed, quote reasonableprices, and will be for Avalon property. Address 1215 ~a '~gS.ter to have ever been at such Mrs. Wm. H. Mead, Mrs. Charles Pat- Bennett avenue, Long Beach, Cal. 26tf work in his line, You can reach him ~lal~~ttude in a flying boat. Papa rick,~[rs. Robert V. Baker, Mrs. Wm. glad to talk with parties anticipating ~lal~"e.stated that Tom laughed and V.C. Hiess, Mrs. McHenry Mosier, by phone, 105-R. House Cleaning and Window Wash- ~b,~etl his hands one time when Pilot Mrs. Charles J. Dash, Mrs. Ray Daw- ing--Houses put in order. John An- !t~rg~&hanked and showed the young- son, Mrs. Albert Handley, Miss RuthMagazines, newspapers, candies, etc., derson, Diflins Or Waffle Parlor. 2,?t[ !~t ~,.e town of Avalon a thousand Billheimer, Miss Eva Haight, Miss at WINDLE'S NEWS STAND. Catalina i-l~dow Cl~m- ~ get, low. Papa Blake says the sonHarriet Wright,and Miss Elizabeth ers--Eleetrie vacuum machines rented. ,'~.~ :'~g to be an aviator. Hill. Subscribe now-xg2 per year. Fullerton, Box 1452, Avalon _17t~