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August 25, 1955

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Fiesta Days Planned 1 t A i oT.s ITALYthls ]i Friday, Saturday J / e/ d eh.z/i , The Fiesta Dinners and Games at ~ ~'~ ~ ~ andVhe new,season of [1 St. Catherine's parish will be held ~ ft~,t~ ~/~r | ,symphony concep]'.5" ! tomorrow and Saturday at the I,t [or heiz" a/l-e i church grounds on East t~iaCnOn i~x'~ { ~ ~2"j$~ ]-]7~- ;77~27y" CVe77f5 CO; ~treet. The baked albaco e in r I t(, - tomorrow and the very special ;: Italian Spaghetti dinner on Satur- --11"-"" ~,(((L~ ('~:"" will be served from 5 p.m. 'till P.m. However at the bargain price ;1.25 and .75c for children those wait until the last minute may disappointed. At the fourteen booths fun and for all will be offered. Children will head for the Fish Pond a n d Dart Booths while their mothers and big sisters will try to pandas or dolls. There will be games that will have a special to men. p Aow rnan/ Azn z ican:r due fo EUROPE ta/ av 9. believeth in him should but have everlasting is the Golden Text from John LIONS ADD TWO MEMBERS 16) for the Lesson-Sermon on TO CLUB ROSTER LAST NIGHT The Avalon Lions Club added two members to their roles last night at their semi-monthly meeting held at the St. Catherine Hotel. The two, who bring the total membership to EL ENCANTO FASHION SHOWS ATTRACT LARGE AUDIENCE Over a hundred Islanders and vis. itors attended the "Casually Yours" style show presented by Carlota's at the El Encanto Patio Playhouse last Thursday. So enthuiastic was the response that "Casually Yours" style shows will be continued for 49, are Ray Behrschmidt and Mer- ritt (Bud) Elliott. Last night's meeting was closed to guests with the induction of the Jesus" to be read in all Science churches Sunday. On one occasion when some Jesus and questioned him the ChVist, he replied, and ye believed not: the that I do in my Father's they bear witness of me. But not, because ye are not sheep, as I said unto you. My THE CATALINA ISLANDER Thursday, Augus 25, 1955 "OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE" 'FOR SALE ]P'O R SALE--One S. America~ yellow head Parrot with cage. One 12" TV set. One 6 ft. refrigerator. Phone 743. JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS SALES, SERVICE & RENTALS FACTORY TRAINED MECHANIC J. S. GUION - PLEASURE ]PIER MUST SELL--If you want a boat don't miss this 18' fiber over ply wood. 40 HP inboard motor. Godo strong year-old hull. Would make dandy outboard cruiser. Built for local fishing and trolling. See Mr. Hespe at Beach Equipment Stand or call 799 after 6:30. FOR SALE --- Used furniture, beds, night tables, dressers, chairs, and carpet rug. Max Grone, Hotel Cata- lina. A STEAL! ! Exchange or sale -- Catalina Island Home and income for- mainland property. StuCco, furnished, level, 2 blocks to ocean, 3 baths, patio, fla~ roof suitable for added second story. Rosefleld, 122 S Berendo, L. A. 4. FOR SALE-- 24 ft. Mahogany ~abin cruiser. Phone 624. "OR SALE--18-ft mahogany boat, " 95 HP Cris-Cr~ft engi]te, good con. dition. Phone 374. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY--Avalon Resl- hear my voice, and I know and they follow me: And I unto them eternal life" (Joh~ to this from the Science texbook "Science Health with Key to the Scrip- by Mary Baker Eddy are words: "Jesus is the name of man who, more than all other presented Christ, the true God, healing the sick and sinning and destroying the of death" (p. 473). new members. The group was en- the next two weeks each Thursday.dentlal Lot. Give full description and price. Also 3 bedroom houae. tertained by a short demonstrationToday's show will be entitled "Cas- Box X, Avalon, Calif. on diving techniques by Rusty Res- nick, a diver for the glass.bottom ually Yours---What's Cookin' in i'l I ~ ii' ~ boat. Fashion"--with emphasis on new FORMER ISLANDER PASSES Word has been received by this office that Mr. Luther Wilkie, long time paymaster for the Santa Cata- lina Island Co passed away recent- ly in Orange, Calif. He is survived by a daughter, Rhoda Wilkie, who is a music teacher there. DE IBNED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS I;~lN?l~l AVALON. P. O. 'BOX X CAL!F~ORNIA and exciting separates and dresses in corduroy, velveteens, failles and polished cottons. Last Thursday the first "Casually Yours" show featured the Catalina Players and the three attractive Josefe Sisters in everything from towel-creations and play clothes to the latest in cocktail and after-five fashions. ,Besides Irena Josefe and the Cat- alina Players, special models this week will be Mrs. Eddie (Donna) Harrison and daughter Kathy. Bill Croarkin will commentate and pro- duee the "Casually Yours" with Carlota's Fashions. Irene Josefe is coordinator. The style show is free and begins promptly at 3:30 allow- ing Island visitors plenty of time to ~relax in the E1 Encanto's beautiftd sun-filled Patio before catching the S.S. Catalina back to the mainland. A special guest star act will be featured this week as a result of the success of Pete (Bongo Pete} Car- ceres' appearance in the Maya de Mexico scene of "Casually Yours." Pete is currently appearing with Lisa Alonso's Tropicaires at the Chi Chi. Door prizes are given each week by Carlota's and the Catalina Play- ers. OF LOCAL NOTE Nino Marcel, Catalina Pl~tyer choreographer, Revue director and actor was special guest of Joe and Rose Arno on the occasion of the fall debut of his new starring "IV series "Andy's Gang" on'Channel 7. Marcel plays Gunga the Elephant Boy. His mother and family were also guests following dinner at the St. Catherine. POSITIONS WANTED , Former crafts teacher wants posi. tion as governess. No objection to retarded child. Experienced. Top salary. V. A. Wilnles, 623 Knowell PL, Costa Mesa, Calif LI 8.8371. L ;7 1: ill Rill II m I ~l APARTMENTS FOR RENT Best view apts. Overlooking the blue Pacific, hills and City of Ava. ion. Week, month or year. Box 1052. Apartment for rent - by month or year. Light and airy . 2 bedrooms, large living room aP~! kifchen. Com- pletely furnished. New freezer top refrigerator - warmolator. Phone 368. SERVICE5 Don't risk the experute and diffi. culty~vou'd have if your personal records were lost or stolen. Keep them in a safe deposit box at Se. curity.Flrst National Bank. Snmllest, Busiest, Cheapest Work. ers in Town -- the ADLETS. For Real Estate and Rentals. E. B. SHABPLES Broker Phone 236 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P. O. Box 1377, Phone 795-W AVALON INSURANCE AGENCY: Avalon Phone 152; San Pedro Phone Terminal 3-3~13. HOUSES FOR" RENT HOUSE FOR RENT --- furnished, year-round lease. Call 481.J. A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO THE ISLANDER COS~[~t O~TLY $3