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LINA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL Jean and Dorothy Dunkerly visiting their grandparents, ;and Mrs. j. Wedlake, on Catalina A. Seymour Scott, who has SPending several days in her cot- at 207 Deseanso avenue, left for home in Los Angeles Saturday. Silas Crowton is again off for Ari- zona. He expects to be away for about three months. Air. and Mrs. George Taylor, of 211 Marilla avenue, spent several days last week in Los Angeles, returning home Friday evening. Fred Ruddy, auditor of payrolls of the State Compensation Insurance Mrs. R. E. Hueston is spending a few days on the mainland. Air. and Airs. Herbert F. Brown and fanfily of Pasadena have been guests at the Foresters Inn for the past week. A postcard from Chicago, of date of August 30th, informs us that the "Squire of Seattle" is spending the summer there. He sends his regards Mrs. P. J. Coleman of Eucalyptus avenue is visiting friends in Los An- geles for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jarvis and Mrs, W. Van Nuys returned to Pasadena, Monday, after a pleasant, two weeks stay in Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson of Los Angeles spent the past week vis- o~ Fund of the State of. California, in- to all the "Nobles." iting Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs. A, ~1 J" Lee,"-'~ho has been in the era- terviewed Avalon business men last -- Reed, 207 Whittley. "The Island for a t_ of the Santa Catalina Island Co week. Professor Albert W. Dowden, who rest,' says Mr. Nelson. *r Se " --------- has been acting as one of the life for ,tveral weeks as electrican, left Airs. A. N. Pavette, accompanied by guards on the beach during the sum- Airs. William Wrigley and her dau- -~*'"teoy Mrs.mainlandLee. Monday, accompani- her daughter Rosana Jeane, returned mer, and also giving swimming lessons, ghter, Mrs. James Offield and children, Saturday from a ten-day visit to San left Monday for Los Angeles, aecom- Betty and Jimmy K., left for themain- ~'~rs r ""--- AI_ "James Ewins, daughter Miss ~ce and son Jack of Oakland av- b,",ue'. Pasadena were Island visitors at"a COUple of weeks, being registered ue HOtel Central. ~,Ir an" Jh. ' d Mrs W M Hunt and fam- ~rwh have been' spending the sunr- er~.. n their cottage on Descanso av- --,ue _,. _.gal/;y, leltafOr ctheirnerV t home in Apple "' orville, California. ~r been'sand.Mrs. S. E. Salisbury have 1~._ Pending the 'past week in their ~t:anso !,.. avenue cottage. Dr. Salis- ?22 left for Monrovia "~onday morn- Mrs S'' for- ahsbury intends to stay en indefinite period. de~;" and ~ H. H. Eads of Pasa- 10t~ f,vno have been visiting in Ava- ed ur the past two weeks is employ- tiers2s linotype operator on the Pasa- their rost. The Eads family spend Vacation at Avalon every year. tll~..l.R. Giddings of Pasadena ttl"'ts-amed with luncheon at the Ho- ag~- it" Catherine recently, compliment- i~. her house guest Miss Catherine l~r7 of Hubbards Woods, 111. Those ~Sent were Misses Catherine Lay, "*race~-, ~lra nrown, Hermine Sierks and a Jean Giddings. ttr- " M. H. Fairchild, young daugh- lrginia and son Gerald, are visit . *Walon again after an absence of ,.~-etltY'fur 2,'ear's The son was one :~tr ola - the . u Wlxen they were here last, and khlaldest daughter "attended the first uergarten on Catalina Island The "tOtel 3~ to~., Ietropole was about all the "*a t deg...hen, and the streets were un- *sue(l, SO " " f It Mrs. Fmrchtld says. Swan- thinge'" COnducted,, the tent ot" y. They tl,.-" the changes wonderful, and say ~.~Y Will not stay away so long again ~ fact, they nromise to become Lon boosters for Catalina. of the most delightful yachting of the season was the farewell given on board the R. S. Sanger at Dreamer, just before leaving for mainland. Mrs. Agnes Bell-Mon- daughter, Miss Agness Bell, assisted by Mrs. Mon- naother, Mrs. Ruby Sanger, and r, Captain Arthur Sanger. and mah jongg were played following guests: Mr. and Mrs. liddings, Levi Giddings of Pas- and Mrs. Jack MacDowell, and Mrs. J. H. Grant, Mr. and Charles A. McDaniel, Misses Ferris, Lucille Mead, Lucille ElizabethWalker, Laura Hol- Alice Chapman, Messrs. Richard Grant, G. M. Grant, Carter Kenneth Wingo, Henry Ba- Ferris, Dick Byrne, and Vogelsang. is your "personality.'/" "How that you have a personality? Page four of this issue. Diego, where she had the pleasure of meeting her sister, Mrs. Starr, whom she had not seen for ten years. Air. and Mrs. Edgar C. Lindgren, a newly-wed couple from Los Angeles, have been enjoying their honeymoon in Avalon. 'Tis an ideal place--not only for the happy brides and grooms, but for everybody to enjoy life in. Airs. L. Berry, Miss Ann Keniston, Miss Angela Clawson, Messrs. Elon Brown, Russell Mulford, Milton Bren and Marmon Mernin, comprised the party which enjoyed a cruise around the Island last week on board the Mischief. Miss Jean Mary Canfield arrived at Pebbly Beach recently. The myster- ious bird referred to as the "stork" conducted her to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Canfield, where she was made welcome. She will celebrate her coming birthdays on August 25th. The home of Mrs. Fred Reed form- ed the setting Thursday for a mah jongg luncheon, presided over by co- hostesses, Mrs. Iared Reed and Mrs. W. M. Hunt, and complimenting Airs. Reed's daughter, Mrs. Ray Dawson of Oklahoma City, Okla. Helitrope and American beauty were the predomin- ating colors used in decorating the luncheon tables, being effectively car- ried out in the place cards, nut cups, and flowers. Those present included Mesdames A. Seymour Scott, Harry W. French W. C. Elder, Alice M. Dearden, W. H. Mead, Anna A. Duns- moor, Florence Hill, McHenry Mosier, J, M. Greenfield, J. F. Mullin, Clara Laurance, R. V. Baker, C. J. Dash, Robert Wallace, J. B. Norton, Ray Dawson, and the two hostesses. High score prizes went to Mrs. A. Seymour . Scott, Mrs. W. C. Elder, Mrs. C. J. Dash and Mrs. Florence Hill. That little fellow Dan Cupid has been at work again. As usual, he en- deavors to do his work on the sly-- and many think he succeeded this time. This is to announce that Mr. Chester A. Beagles, for the past two years with the Catalina Hardware Co. and Miss Lois Katherine Gunter, one of the efficient assistants in MacRae's curio store, were united in marriage at 9 p. m. Saturday evening, August 30th, by Rev. Dr. Taubman of the First Christian church of Long Beach. The bride wore a yellow georgette crepe dress, a picture hat of the same shade, and carried a bridal boquet of laven- der orchids and lillies of the valley. Mrs. Gunter, mother of the bride, was present at the ceremony. The young people expect to make Avalon their home, having purchased property here. Their many friends have been showering them with congratulations and good wishes. Watch the world come to" Catalina. panied by his family. Mr. Dowden ex- pects to take up the study of medicine at the University of California, South- ern Branch. Mrs. L. H. Shernran, husband and daughter, of Ontario, who have been visiting with her father, Dave Wilson, left for the mainland Monday after spending a week here. They are very much in love with Catalina. Mrs. Sherman was formerly a resident of Avalon, but has not been here for al- most nineteen years. Professor M. B. Dunkle, principalof the Avalon schools, and family, are again located at the cottage on Met- ropole avenue, .occupied by them last year. They have just returned from an extended automobile trip to various points of interest, which took up the greater part of their time throughout the summer vacation. A most enjoyable event of last week was the mah jongg luncheon given by Mrs. Albert Handley, on Tuesday at her residence, 348 Sumner avenue. The following ladies were guests:Mrs. McHenry Mosier, Mrs. Charles Pat- rick, Mrs. W. M. Hunt, Mrs. Robert Wallace, Mrs. W. H. Mead, Mrs. L. Raymond Dawson, Mrs. R. V. Baker, Mrs. W. H. Hill, Mrs. J. B. Norton, Mrs. Fred Reed, Miss Charlotte Herr, Airs. C. U. Bunelle, Airs. C. J, Dash, Mrs. Clara Laurance and Miss Flor- ence Hill. Mrs. Hunt made high score. On Tuesday afternoon, Septem- ber 9th, Mrs. W. H. Mead was hostess to the bridge club, at her residence on Claressa avenue. Wm. H. Mead took the members of B the Pavilion orchestra and their wives for a trip on his cruising launch, Idle- Ours, Saturday. When everybody aboard had his "comfy" corner select- ed, and the little ship was headingout . of the harbor, the host made this characteristic speech: "Now, boys, this is your launch for the day. We go wherever you say. If you want to go to the Fiji Islands, we're on our way." The orchestra, being due in the Pavilion at 9 p. m., chose Emerald bay instead. On the way out they passed the Betty O so fast they could hardly read the name on her bow. When there bathing suits were in order, with aquaplaning, etc. While these pleas- ant exercises were taking place, the hostess was having a lunch prepared, which was served aboard. Picnic ap- petities are the same the world over-- being elastic. On the return trip mus- ical instruments were found, to accom- pany singing, etc. A jolly time was the order of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Mead are noted, by those who were present, as having the delicacy and tact that make one feet perfectly at home in somebodyelse's house, cruising yacht or automobile--qualities that are an art in a host. A.G. land Sunday, en route for their Chi- cago home. They have been residents at Mt. Ada for more than a month. Mrs. D. M. Renton delightfully en- tertained at her home, Saturday after- noon, in honor of several Pasadena friends who were returning .to the mainland on Monday. The guests of honor were Mrs. Clark E. Billheimer, Mrs. L. E. Jarvis and Mrs. William Van Nuys. Other guests were Mrs. C. J. Dash, Mrs. A. S. Laurance, Mrs, R. V. Baker and Miss Florence Hill. What is your "personality?" "How come" that you have a personality7 Read page four of this issue. THE ISLANDER ADLET$ ADLET RATES---Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. For Rent---315 Sumner avenue. Re- duced rates for winter months. Would lease by year.See owner at above address. 35p Wanted--Middle-aged, reliable wo- man who will give two hours house- work each day for nice room with running water, shower and toilet. Ad- dress, Box 2240 Avalon. 35p For Sale---S50.00 lai"ge army tent for $15, if taken at once. Also 3-burner Perfection oil stove and oven, $5.00. Weston House, 145 Marilla ave. Phone 74-W. Wanted~Second-hand sewing ma- chine. Must be cheap. Mrs: E. Cam- eron, 336 Metropole ave., Avalon. 35p For Sale--3-burner gas plate. Break- fast table, push cart, newtapestry couch cover, new hammock. Call 360 Eucalyptus ave. 30p Wanted-Position as caretaker for your property for the winter. First class references. Address Mrs. Eliza- beth Scott, P. O. Box 1170, Avalon 35p For Rent-Five-room, completely furnished, house for the winter. Rea- sonable to good tenant. 324 Claressa avenue. Owner, C. N. Reynolds, 877 So. Bronson Avenue, Los Angeles. Phone 72848.35p Wanted--Homes and grounds to care for by myself and wife, will air and keep in good order, from about Oct. 25 until spring. References: C. G. Fair- child and W. H. Hevren. Address R. Dunkelberger, Avalon, Cal. 34tf Home For Sale--Comfortable fur- nished home; six rooms; large closets; lot 60x75. Terms cash. Apply 307 Whittley avenue. 33-36p Housecleaning--By the day or hour, Mrs. Van Deusen. Box 1205. 32 First Class Laundry--Done at home. Special care taken of all silks and linen dresses, men's silk shirts also. Address, 202 Tremont Street28tf House Cleaning end Window Wash- ing-Houses put in order. John An- derson, Difflns or Waffle Parlor. 22tf Catalina House and Window Claau- ers--Electrie vacuum machines rented. Fullerton, Box 1452, Avalon 17tf