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AUGUST 22, 1940 PAGE SEVEN AN0 PEflSONAL ""b"t DLETS On THEATRE Napa, California, paid their flrst visit A AVAL to Santa Catahna island last week . coming over Thursday and ,'eturning 10 cents per line. Minimum charge 25c Matinee Every Saturday and Sunday north on Friday. They were delighted Z:00 P. i. in the Freemont cottage for are Mr. and Mrs. George from Bell, California. This Ulade their first trip to Ave- years ago, when the Falcon OVer but three times a week. were landed by rowboat, and tents mostly. The Petersons iends of Chris Ringson, from rented a boat by the week. years Mr. Ringson had the rental of boats here. :e spent all their summers in past fifty years, with four, which they spent In all their vacation3 spent s say they never saw rOwds in Avalon as they saw Week-end of August 17 and rs. J. N. Peters and of Alhambra, who are te~r eleventh summer at the entertained as ts over the week-end Mrs. nning and her daughters, Henderson of Vancouver, H. T. King of Alham- the first visit to Santa the ladies from Vancouv- were very much delighted nd. gothers paying their first visit t-atahna during the past week r. and Mrs. L. M. Collins of Thev expressed themselv- pleased with everything, they would come again could. Mrs. Collins ;orry to have to leave-- a bit by the hopeof again. spending a vacation week includes Mr and Mrs. of Van Nuys, with Lila Lee and Myrna, tWton's mother, Mrs. Rena Ocean Park. Mr. Lawton ~r of the Adams and Cren- of the Western Auto R. Giddings had the unex- "e of the company of Mr. n and wife, Dorothy ~n Wednesday and Thursday ast week. The Gleasons made 3ver in their new sailboat, They returned to the lay morning. ~rry Pearee of Los Angeles restful three weeks va- tvalon as guest of her son -in-law, Charlie and Jean enjoyed a barn dance at one of the most interest- Peterson of Oakland is days on the Magic visit to Catalina, re[pates a busy time taking interesting trips and ab- ~uties of Santa Catalina. ry Vines left for the north short but pleasant visit Mrs. Flora Brewer. Vines left several days er, preparatory to en- the north. Harmon of Long Beach is days in Avalon with Roy Neily. Mrs. Har- changes here, it being last visit to Santa Pyle were hosts ther-in-law, Mr, rt Brean of Colorado, and er Frances Jean, at the last week. ~tati0n us An eles, an- ,r, KRKD. L g 3~s ~'~'t(?t ,s going to broadcast I~.~uSt 29 me Primary Election on '%g de' uo until 2 a m of the fol- Y~Wednesday. " r~ Charles Escallier and Los Angeles, are spend- weeks of August on me, as is their usual cus- with everything, and expressed the in- tention of coming again. Mr. Wallace is a ndphew of Carl Wallace o~/ Santa Monica, .the latter being a son-in-law of Chas. H. Snfith of Avalon. Herbert is therefore the cousin of Mrs. Con- stance Wallace Thompson (Monica Storm), who has been spending several weeks in Avalon. We understand that Herbert Wallace l~as a hobby, that of raising pheasants. Both he and his wife were charmed with the Catalina Bird Park and its display of feathered beauties. Miss Alice Lee Heywood, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Heywood, left Monday for Berkeley, to enter the University .of California, to complete her university course in library work, which she has been preparing for dur- ing two years at the University of Redlands. Mrs. Heywood accompanied her daughter north. A report has been received of the engagement of Aileen Hall and Frank Burgess. Miss Hall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall of East Whittley avenue, and Mr. Burgess is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bur- gess of Vieudelou avenue. Another engagement recently an- nounced is that of Miss Nancy Harris and Bob Nickerson. Miss Harris is the daughter of Dave Harris and Mr. Nickerson has long been an employee of the W~lmington Transportation Company on the cross-channel steam- ers Richard Kornhauser and family were among the arrivals on Friday Mr. Kornhauser has a citrus orchard near Alhambra, and as a side issue is re- ported to be raising ducks and dogs. Mrs. Isabella Granz has returned to the mainland. She may spend a coupl.e of weeks at Balboa, but anticipates re- turning to Avalon about the middle of September. Mrs. Tom Bowers and her two sons arrived Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green. They expect to stay over Labor Day. Lew Labow of Los Angeles is spend- ing a couple of weeks in Avalon as the guest of "Spud" and Charlotte Ryan. He says he likes Catalina. Fred H. French of Los Angeles and Avalon, arrived at San Pedro last Frl- day, returning from his trip to Hono- lulu and Tahiti. Ernest R. Sook of Los Angeles spent the week-end with his family here, who are spending the rest of the summer at Santa Catalina. Jack Tonkin of Burbank is spending a two weeks vacation in Avalon. He is an employee of the Lockheed or- ganization. Ehon Watson of Santa Monica spent the week-end enjoying Avalon's many attractions. It was his second visit this summer. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Thomson of West Hollywood, are enjoying the many attractions of Santa Catalina for a week. Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Renton returned to their Avalon residence this week, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. White. Miss Ada May Crow, former resident, is spending several weeks in Avalon. Her friends are glad to see her again. Avalon Bay presents a busy scene these summer days, especially on Sat- urdays and Sundays. Miss Gall Robeck is vacationing here, together with a group of friends, all from Los Angeles. V. J. Walton, Avalon contractor and btfilder, spent a portion of last week in Los Angeles. For Sale or Exchange---323 or 323 Catalina avenue. Call and investigate. Mrs. M. Hoover,-owner. Box 1044. 34 Fdr Sale---Remington Portable No~se- less typewriter,with case. Perfect condition, $25.00. R. B. Snyder. Box 814, Avalon. p34 ADLET For Sale---Brand new, factory built 8 ft. dinghy Cost $25. sacrifice, $19.50. J. Van Fleet, Cottage .No. 3, Pebbly Beach. 1)34 ADLET W a'n t e d--Experienced newspaper canvasser; also one experienced in tak- ing orders for personal Holiday Cards. Al)ply at Catalina Islander office, Parker Court, Avalon. ADLI~I" Public Stenographer -- Low rates. Wide experience. Expert editor. 315 Sunmer aveune. Phone 135-J. pl-29 ADLET For Sale---Grant Apts. Terms or trade. 149 Marilla Ave. Box 1364. 27 ADL[T Public Stenographer-- Reasonable rates. Phnne 167-J or 500. NONAGENARIAN VISITS CATALINA AFTER 30 YEARS In the summer of .1910 a young fel- low of just sixty-one visited "The Isle with a Smile" and carried away with him the memory of the magic land in the Pacific to his home in Colorado. Now retired, this "young chap", Mr. C. M. Hopson, again paid us a call to exclaim over the marvelous improve- ments and to bask in Avalon's tropi- cal atmosphere. Mr. Hopson was born July 1849 in New York, and at the age of four years his family decided to get out where there was more room for a growing boy to move around in, so they settled in the frontier country in Minnesota. This boy witnessed the punishment of hanging imposed on his Sioux Indian friends for taking part in the Spirit Lake and New Ulm massa- cres. Later years he spent taking log rafts down the Mississippi to St. Louis and also corn to Natchez. Finally, he set- tled in the state of Colorado, where for many years he farmed. Mr. Hopson now lives in Bakers- field and leads an active life traveling with his son on various business trips throughout the state. He was accom- panied to Avalon by his daughter-in- law; Mrs. C. P. Hopson. o- Tourists and visitors from every State in the Union and the hundreds of thousands of Californians who came here from other parts of the country, are asked to reserve Satur- day, September 7, for their attendance at the great second annual All-States picnicm Recreation Park, Long Beach. Coming as it does at a time when many vacationers from other States are in California, the all-day gathering will afford a pleasant means of bringing old friends together. Chair- man Jerry Steelsmith announces coffee for the mid-day basket luncheon wilt be available on the grounds. Owing to last minute rush we are compelled to hold over the Playground Notes, both of the High School and Playground Park, until next week. Sorry. John R. Todd, who has been spend- ing some time on the mainland, re- turned to Avalon on Friday. Says he expects to stay home for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe E. LeGrant re- turned to their home in Glendale Sun- day, haying had a most enjoyable time on the "Isle with a smile." Carl F. MacauleY-and party were among 0assengers on the afternoon boat Friday, bound north. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald S Petter of Beverly Hills. returned M~mtay to their summer home in Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Kendall returned from the mainland on Monday. Admission~Loge 35c - "Ge;r~. Admission 25c Children" 15c Eveni~ Shows 7:15 and 9:05 P. S. Admission--Love 50c Tax .05 Total 55 Plus Federal Tax Effective. July 1, 1940 Gen. Admission 40c Children 25c THURSDAY, AUGUST Z2 "POP ALWAYS PAYS" With Leon Errol and Dermis O'Keefe. ALSO March of .Time, Color Cartoon and Color Novelty. - FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 "ALIAS THE DEACON" Starring Bob Burns and Mischa Auer. PLUS News and Musical. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 "THE MAN WHO TALKED TOO MUCH" Featuring George Brent and Virginia Bruce. ADDED Cartoon and Novelty. SUNDAY - MONDAY, AUGUST 25-28 "GOLD RUSH MAISIE" With Ann Sothern and Lee Bowman. AND News, Pete Smith Cartoon. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 Dm~ble Feature Program "AN ANGEL FROM TEXAS" Starring Eddie Albert and Rosemary Laue. --AND-- "SAPS AT SEA" Featuring Laurel and Hardy. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 "OUR TOWN" With William Holden and Martha Scott. ADDED Color Cartoon and NoVelty. ~3, RIVIERA THEATRE OPEN FOR SUMMER SEASON Evening Shows only 7:15 and 1t:65 p.m. Any Seat 30c Children l~m Plus Federal Tax Effective July I, 1940 THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 "REMEMBER THE NIGHT" With Barbara Sta~wyck and Fred Me- Murray. ALSO Cartoon and Novelty. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 "ALLEGHENY UPRISING" Featuring John Wayne and Clalre Trevor. PLUS Cartoon and Novelty. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 "FLYING DEUCES" .Starring Laurel and Oliver Hardy. With Musical and Novelty. SUNDAY - MONDAY, AUGUST 25.21~ "NURSE EDITH CAVELL" Featuring Ann Neagel.PLUS News and Infornmtion Please. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 "MARINES FLY HIGH" With Richard Dix and Chester Morris. ADDED Cartoon. and Comedy. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28 "SAINT'S DOUBLE TROUBLE" Starring George Saunders and Helen. Whitney. PLUS Comedy, Sport Reel and Novelty. ---------o--------- A happy pair spending a week in Avalon were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones, who were married at Glendale on August 15. Mrs. Jones (Evelyn) is in the accounting office of the ~Vlaite Memorial Hospital, while Mr. Jones is with the Stanley Williams Co in- terior decorators, at Beverly Hills. They enjoyed their stay in Avalon very much. Mrs. John Allen Ware and daugh- ter Elizabeth, of La Jolla, were the guests last week of Mrs. Paul Elliott. Reader! Is your place of business represented in the Catalina Islander Business Directory, on page 11 of this paper ?