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CATALINA ISLANDER SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Leah Stratton is the guest of ~[sh ------. her aunt, Jean Stratton Porter. t0 'Walter B. Elms of Los Angeles, .__ __ __. ~Ugen~r with her sons Myron and Harry Gohegan, hardware merchant ~, are quartered at Island Villa. of Pasadena, and wife are at Villa ' I~'red I-Iill~ Park for two weeks stay. are . and family of Pasadena ..... . guests at W. H. Hill's, on Cata- Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Santa lu2a avenue this week. Monica and their niece, Miss McAI- ~,Irs S ,-,"~7-'-'--'~ pine of Saticoy, were Island visitors a,a ' c, illette and daughter Leola for the week end. gelesg'2nddaughter Dolly Of Los An- days. re Island visitors for a few Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of the B. O. Kendall Co., of Pasadena, are occupy- ~ir. Qiaj."~---- ins their cottage on Sumner avenue Called , umngs, of Look Out Cot, was for the balance of the season. Week to-Pasadena on business this ...... Very', He reports the weather there Mrs. J. C. Wallace of Santa Monica, warm. accompanied by her daughters Ruth If~eek-end ~uest at the Hotel Macand Carla, is in Avalon visiting her can w - z' - father, Chas. H. Smith of Beacon Who is ~as Mr. James A MacDonald,street. b0 - Cousin of Hen. Ramsey Mac ...... tlald, Premier of England. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, ~r a - who own the Anderson boat stand on dena'a~cl Mrs. J. A. Phelps of Pasa- the pleasure pier, died Wednesday in lb, ~.re spending their vacation on Los Angeles. His death was very un- N;~:la~d. Mr. Phelps is in the wall expected. Str Usiness on West Colorado la ~et~ and has been coming to the Is- Miss Frances Zimmer of Los Ange- ~" ~or many a year. les spent the week end visiting her he~r' (2harles-W Collom junior mere aunt, Mrs. Alice Reed, 207 Whittley avenue, returning home Monday morn- of t " ' - ins. ~a~ ~_ he firm of Jos. E. Collom & thre."us Angeles, with his wife and S. Massey an----~ wife of---'--~lendale are i~.- ~ S~all children have been visit- ar~ the Magic Isle for a week. They spending two weeks on the Island. Mr. Massey was employed on the Island tract~o::S~dundXthe/he variety of at years ago, but hasn't been here for ~[rs I3 rertee' D. Sayer and daughter Flo- Urs ' of Oxford avenue, Los Angeles, ~eek~t the Hermosa Hotel for two er's fath~r. J. M. Waiters, Mrs. Say- l~art . , who has spent the greater to ~flt the summer here will return ,~s Angeles with them'. ~eOr ~aa 0ge Miehaelis was over from the sh~emente last week. He reports la~d o~eP looking fine, even if the Is- It .. my had one-half an inch of rain ~celll that s there is a weed (wild alfalfa) [~1 grows over there that furnishes I%er'_ntl" drink (water gathers on the iheel~ ~lde of the leaves), and as the they uo not need very much water, get all they require this way. theA~h.arming affair of last week was ~bieah Jongg luncheon given by Mrs. resia_urY Mosier on Tuesday at her I~vite~ee, 210 Descanso avenue. The h. . guests were Mrs Robert Wal "-e, M ' - I~eetI rs. Charles Patrick, Mrs. Fred ~latl~l.~rs. Ray Dawson, Mrs. Albert (21~,~ey, Mrs. Clara Laurance, Mrs. k[rs"u~e Bunnelle, Mrs. R. V. Baker, ~l~r',flaight, Miss Eva Haight, Miss ~ ff~ce. Hill, Mrs. J. B. Norton, Mrs. ~r. hi" ~eis, Mrs. William Mead, Mrs. (2 ~,' Stuns, Mrs D M Renton, Mrs. t;~".I)ash and Mrs Edward Thorn- , ~[ high s_Ls Angeles. Mrs. Mead won t:Ore Walter M. Chase was hostess birthday party on Wed- afternoon, in honor of Mrs. J. ne of Hollywood, given in the tent in the Foresters Inn refreshments were served general good time was had by ~sent. Those present were Mrs. and daughter Betty, Mrs. A. F. and daughter Virginia, and all of Hollywood, togeth- Mrs. Doyle and daughters and Virginia, Mrs. May Over- md daughter Dorothy, Mrs. G. and sons Lennon and Bob- . Alma Taylor, and the hostess, M. Chase, daughter Marian ]~illie, all of Los Angeles. years. He thinks the change is mar- velous. Information comes from San Fran- cisco that Mrs. W. J. Littleton has been in the St. Francis hospital there for several weeks. She had so far re- covered from a serious operation that it was expected that she would be able to leave for home last Sunday. Mrs. Ella W..Richardson, of 317 North Brand Boulevard, Glendale, has been the guest of Mrs. John Bloeser, 229 Whittley aventre. Mrs. Richardson is accompanied by her three sons, Butt, Paul" and John; also her two grand- sons, Billie and Firgie Mitchell, also of Glendale. Miss Lucile Mead entertained in honor of her three house guests, the Misses Ruth Leithead, Irene McCoy and Muriel Rittenhouse, with a bridge and mah jongg party. Others who en- joyed the affair were Mesdames Frank Wilkenson, R. B. Baker, Raymond Haight, Robert McKenzie, McHenry Mosier and W. H. Mead, and Misses Elizabeth Johnson, Estelle Bassett, Natalie Bassett, Beth Schuler, Florence Mullin, Eva Haight, Sybil Munn, Dor- othy Schuck, Patricia Carey, Audrey Nelson, Betty Bond and Myra Belle Miller. Prizes were won by Mrs. Me- Henry Mosier, Miss Ruth Leithead, Miss Betty Bond and Miss Sybil Munn. "Uncle John" Daggett of KHJ. was the guest of honor at a delightful party given at Pebbly Beach on Mon- day evening. Weinies were roasted over the coals and a large table was spread with all kinds of good things to eat. Stories were told and a most in- teresting evening was spent. Those present were Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jarvis, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Renton, Mr. and Mrs. LockwoocI, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hammond, Mrs. M. C. Ryder, Miss Ruth Billhei- met, Miss Ethel Fox, Miss Gladys Myers, Miss Elane Hammond, Miss Elaine Thomasso, Miss Edith Pettesh, Mr. John Daggett, Mr. F. J. Paulson, Malcolm and Arthur Renton. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jarvis of Pas- adena arrived in Avalon on Monday for a two weeks stay. Dr. D. F. Fox of Pasadena joined his wife and daughter at Avalon for a short vacation. Dr. Fox has just re- turned from Chicago. Mrs. H. W, Eichbaum is entertain- ing her sister, Mrs. A. F. Lang, niece, Jane Lang, of Porterville, California, and Jane Durant of Los Angeles. Hermann the Great, famous for his magic wand and slight of hand tricks, is at the Bandbox Theatre this week. He is accompanied by Mlle. Glady~, celebrated astrologer and mentalist, and a number of other artists. There are six acts in the entertainment. The curtain.rises at 8:15, and we think you will find it a pleasant place to spend an evening. The Strand Theatre has been show- ing a lot of fine pictures, and is doing a splendid business. The feature pic- ture on Friday was "Little Robinson Crusoe," with Jackie Coogan in the title role. Needless to say, the house was filled from two o'clock until nearly midnight. At one time during the af- ternoon over four hundred children were present. Among the many in- terested visitors were Betty and Jim- mie Offield of Chicago, who were ac- companied by their friends and Mrs. Win. Wrigley. Entering the darkened theatre from the bright sunlight out- doors, the kids were for a time unable to see anything, and several humerous incidents occured as they groped for seats. There are another fine series of pictures in the program this week, as may be seen by reference to page eleven. The play to be given by the children at the Congregational church, August 28th and 29th, at 8 p. m., contains the following children in the principal parts: Bride, Claudia Walton; Groom Jack Carson; Bridesmaids Agneta Watson, Alice Lee Heywood and Polly Anna Reed; mother of the bride Agnes Conrad; grandmother, Katherine May Winkleby; grandfather, Glen Watson; mechanical dolls, Cupie Hey, Mary O'Leary and others; Indian chief, Harold Reed; policeman, Walter Con- rad; models, Betty Mosier, Lois Har- rison, Elsie Clark; Aunt Eliza, Ruth Edmondson; Red Cross nurses, Carrie Vera, Violet Watson, Isabell Scott, Pearl German, Ida Williams and oth- ers. Quite a number of other children will also take part. All children in the play are requested to come to the church at t0 o'clock Thursday morn- ing for a rehearsal. FROM BAND PROGRAM Archie Garner, the trombone so- loist, is a very versatile gentleman. To his many accomplishments his wife has added that of "artistic dish washing." He is so well train- ed in that household duty that when he is invited to dinner by his friends he insists on washing the dishes. The wives of several mem- bers of theband, who are particu- lar about doing their own work, have had to lock their doors to keep him from meddling with the dish pan. We might add 'that Mrs. Garner is away. If she was here he would find plenty to do at home. Motorists' Crod Speeding, speeding, all a're speeding, Getting caught to pay a fine. This is passing, but we're leaving Tire tracks on the sands of time. Subscribe now-~ per year. PAGE SEVEN SUCCESSFUL SUMMER SEASON Los Angeles, California. August 14, 1924. Editor Catalina Islander: The Summer Session in Los Angeles of the University of California has now closed. We feel that much of the success of the session this year, from the point of view of attendance at the regular exercises and at the special lectures, has been due to the consistent interest and consideration shown the news items'which the University has sent the Avalon Islander during the past six months. The early enrollment for the Session this year exceeded by more than eight hundred the total advance enrollment last year. This increase was undoubt- edly due to the generous space given University announcements in the early spring when those interested in pursu- ing sunnner courses were making their plans. The enrollment this year has ex- ceeded last year's total by an appre- ciable number,--3524 as against 3240-- in spite of the fact that many large universities have reported a decrease in attendance at their summer sessionn this year. I wish to assure you of my very real appreciation of the interest which you have manifested in the Summer Ses- sion. Very sincerely yours, Harold L. Bruce. Catalina--"in all the world no trip like this." THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cUt. For Rent--By year, furnished house, two beds, $20 month. 331A Metropole avenue. 33-34p For Sale--36-foot cabin launch, Myrl W. Ele&ric lights. Bunks for four persons, toilet, sink , etc. 20-horse- power marine engine and sail. All in good condition. Price, $2200. Call at 134 Whittley avenue. 33 Guaranteed Hemstitching and Picot- ing Attachment--Fits any sewing ma- chine. $2.50 prepaid or C. O. D. Cir- culars free. LaFlesh Hemstitching Co., Dept. 2, Sedalia, Mo. 33p Home For Sale--Comfortable fur- nished home; six rooms; large closets; lot 60x75. Terms cash. Apply 307 Whittley avenue. 33-36p 'i For Sale--or trade for auto. New 16 foot v-bottom boat, unassembled; will make good tender. R.E. Biekel, P. O. Box 1431, Avalon, California. For Rent--Five-room furnished cot- tage for the wintei'. Cheap rent to good tenant. Call Mrs. M. Hoover, 325 Catalina avenue, owner 33p For Sale--New gate-leg kitchen ta- ble, new tapestry couch cover, good two-wheel cart. Call 360 Eucalyptus avenue. 33p Piano For Sale---J. & C.Fischer cab- inet grand upright piano. $200.00, dis- count for cash. 'Box 1016, Avalon. 31tf Housecleaning--By the day or hour, Mrs. Van Deusen. Box 1205. 31 First Class Laundry-Done at home. Special care taken of all silks and linen dresses, men's silk shirts also. Address, 202 Tremont Street 28tf House Cleaning and Window Wash- ins,--Houses put in order. John An- derson, Difllns or Waffle Parlor. 22tf Catalina House and Window Clmm. ,~s--E!eetric vacuum machines rented. Fullerton, Box 1452, Avalon 17tf