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PAGE TEN THE CATALINA MARLIN SWORDFISH CAUGHT PAST WEEK September 8, 1931 Mrs. Lloyd K. Hillman ............... 120 Mrs. Lloyd K. Hillman ................ 129 Frank Muller .................................... 133 P. M. Young ................................... t21~ Dr. Bussev ..................................... 168 Miss Hazel James ........................... 114 Arme Lewis ...................................... 105 Mrs. J. M. Greenfield ................... 103 H. S. Mackay Jr ........................ 197 September 9, 1931 H. C. Grcgg ....................................... 107 J. L. Adamson ................................ 61 J. L. Adamson ............................... 138 Mrs. Lloyd K. Hillman ................ 151 H. R. Brooks .................................... llT, A S. H. Rosentbal .............................. 104 Mrs. R. S. V. McClanahan ........ 78 V. T. Coombs .................................... 100 Jack Harries .................................. 167 John W. Shoeman ....................... 136 W. L. Valentine ............................... 177 E. R. Valentine ............................... 149 B. A. Dinsmore ............................ 151 Mrs. M. H. Adamson ................... 122 R. G. Swaffield ................................ 147 Tony Merrill ................................... 152 September 10, 1931 Mack Sennett .................................. 215 B. A. Dinmore ............................... 123 B. A. Dinsmore ............................... 134 Dr. L. L. Henninger .................... 117 Art LaShelle ..................................... 96 E. J. Arkush ................................... 108 Mary E. Andrews ........................ 130~ W. L. Richmond .......................... 126 Clyde Gibson .................................. 168 D.on Carpenter ................................. 92- Chester Conklin ............................. 127 Tom Merrill ................................... 85 Roland Swa~eld ............................ 71 Anita Haskell .................................... 185 September 11, 1931 F. M. Paulson ............................... 140~ Jerry Macdied ............................... 82,~ Major Fleischmann ...................... 135 Jos. A. Garish ................................ 76 Dr. Bussey ........................................ 182 H. R. Brooks .................................... 134 AI Bombard ........................................ 141 E, H. Willey .................................... 134~ E. H. Willey .................................... 151 F. C. Windemere ............................ 181 F. C. Windemere .......................... 112 S. R. Lee ......................................... 108 Roll Swaffield .................................. 114 E. J. Arkus'h .................................... 90 E. J. Arkush ................................... 86 E. J. Arkush .................................. 137 Billie Price ....................................... 184 W. H. Adamson ................................ 110 C. B. Salisbury ............................. 185 September 12, 1931 Frank Reed, Jr ............................... 88 Major Fleishmann ....................... 125 W. B. Armstrong ........................... 153 Sieve Brodie .................................... 157 Wilbur White ................................ 106 Lee Phillips ....................................... 153 Chester Conklin .............................. 123 W. E. Wright ................................... 105 Victor C. Dalton ............................ 142 H. E, Adams .................................... 134 S. R. Lee ........................................... 143 Andy Martin .................................... 200 May Lee ............................................. 111 V. I. Combs .................................... 146 Carl Johnson ................................... 143 W. L. Richmond ............................ I00 W. L. Richmond ................................ 125 Roll Swaffield ................................... 184 Mrs. Hollingsworth ........................ 151 J. M. Wallace ................................. 71 J. W, Jump ......... " ............................ 94 J. w. Jump ..................................... 112~ Geo. Pillsbury .................................... 194 Chas. W. Emery ............................ 104 Geo. Kuhrts Jr ....................... . ........ 116 September 13, 1131 Chester Conklin ............................... 123 Roland Swaffield .............................. 184 Watts L. Richmond ........................ 125 Watts L. Richmond ........................ 100 Frank Reed Jr ......; .......................... 125 W. A. Armstrong .......................... 157 Mrs. Monroe Lee ........................... 111 A. R. Martin .................................. 200 S. R. Lee ........................................... 143 A. C. Brode ...................................... 153 Major Max Fleishmann ................ 153 Wilbur White .................................... 106 H. E. Wright .................................... 105 V. E. Dalton .................................... 142~ Geo. E. Pillsbury Jr .................... 194 V. T. Combs ................................... 146 H. E. Adams .................................. 134 W. l. Holllngsworth ........................ 151 J. M. Wallace ................................. 71 C. Emery .................... Weight not given September 12, 1931 W. J. Hole .......................................... 162 W. J. Hole ........................................ 126 W. G. Hollingsworth ...................... 103 Dr. J. J. White ................................ 127 Major Max Fleischmann ........... 149 A. C. Brode ........................................ 157 A. C. Brode ..................................... 200 Phil Swaffield ................................... 135 Phil Swaffield ................................... 126 Watts L. Richmond ....................... 139 Watts L. Richmond ........................ 92 Geo. Fitzmaurice ............................ 168 Ralph Bandini ................................ 131 Ralph Bandini .................................. 93 Ralph Bandini .................................. 85 Cliff Mellick .................................... 207 Ray M. Fleming .............................. 132 Jack Carson ........................................ 102 W. Hancock ..................................... 96 Mrs. Walter Brewer ........................ 104 L. F. Barntma .................................... 124 L. F. Barnum ................................... 111 C. E; Killiam .................................... 129 Harry Wilcox ................................... 104 T. B. Winston, Jr ............................. 132 W. L. Valentine ............................... 81 W. L. Valentine ............................... 153 W. L. Valentine ............................... 105 Mrs. T. M. Greenfield .................... 123 A. R. Martin ................................... 242 A. R. Martin .................................... 117 AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM SPECIAL NOTICE Change in Admission Prices Evening Shows 7:30 and 9:20 P.M. Loges 50c, ~n'l., 35, Children 1~: Week.ends 65c, 50c and 2Sc Wednesday, Sept.. 16----Anna May Wong, Sessue Hayakawa and Warner Oland in "Daughter of the Dragon"; Ruth Etting in a comedy, "Freshman Love," and a Magis Carpet Travel- ogue, "The King's Armada." Thursday, Sept. 17--Janet Gaynor, Warner Baxter and Una Merkel iu "Daddy Long Legs"; Jack Pearl in a comedy "Meal Ticket," and Tom and Jerry in a cartoon, "WOO a Night." Friday, Sept. 1g--Spencer Traey, Warren Hymer, and Jean Harlow in "Goldie'; Ned Sparks in a comedy, "Way of all Fish," Lester Allen in a Paramount Act, "Paris," and a Fox News. Saturday, Sept. 19--Joan Crawford, Pauline Frederick, Nell Hamilton and Monroe Owsley in "This Modern Age"; a Vagabond Adventure, "Thorn the Unknown," and a Talkatoon, "Bimbo's Express." Sunday, Sept. 20--Richard Barthel- mess, Helen Chandler and John Mack Brown in "The Last Flight"; a Pathe comedy, "Oh Mary Me," and a Gra- ham McNamee News. Monday, Sept. 21--Lewis Stone and Doris Kenyon in "The Bargain"; Wil- ly West in a comedy, "Cheaper to Rent," a Grantland Rice Sportlight, f' To Suit Every Smoker Smokers Recmldte0 of Eve Deseriu tlon We also carry a full line of Fan- cy Box Candy, which we are pre- pared to ship or mail for you. Los Angeles Prices Prevailing THECATALINA ISLANDER AND THE LOS ANGELES DALLY PAPERS HERE EVERY DAY Magazines for Everybody Post Cards and Souvenir Books WINDLE'S ll S ;TAHD Onnosite Boos Brm. _J "Blue Grass Kings," and a Globe Trot- ter Travelogue, "Algiers." Tuesday, Sept. 22--George O'Brien, Sally Eilers, Rita La Roy, Humphrey Bogart, and James Kirkwood in "A Holy Terror"; Roscoe Ates in a com- edy, "Lone Starved Ranger," an all color Paramount Act, "Beauty Secrets from Hollywood," and a Fox News. \ednesday, Sept. 23--Walter Hus- ton and Chic Sale in "The Star Wit- ness"; Charles Laurence in a comedy, "One Hundred Dollars," and a Para- mount Pictorial. ~:0:~ YACHTING NEWS By Skipper 'Phere were a number of yachts at anchor off the yacht club during the past week-end, 'among them being Oom. D. R. Radford, yawl "Sindbad," and "Ranger" of Staff Com. Jas. W. Jump; Vice-Com. C. F. Johnson, cruiser "Myrno I1",W. A. Van Brunt, cruiser "Ida M"; Staff Com. and Mrs. V. T. Combs, ketch "Nootka"; Sir. and Mrs. C'has. Hubbell and daughter Lira, schooner "Duchess"; Richard Schayer and guests, with his new yawl "'Cheerio I1"; W. B. Arm- strong and guests, cruiser "Edna"; Mack Sennett, cruiser "Ding"; Andy Martin and Mrs. Greenfield, cruiser "Erna III"; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Green, cruiser "Girl Friend"; Anita Haskell, cruiser "Anita II." Tom May attd guests, aanong them being Ben R. Meyer, cruiser "K'Than- ga"; J. M. Schenck and guests, schooner "Invader" ; Victor LMlton and guests, schooner "Gloria Dalton"; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McCarthy and ~uests, cruiser "Miss Vinn"; Mr and Mrs. Dudley Robinson and childreff, cruiser "Zule~ka"; Staff Com. Milton Hesselberger and Leon Coleman, cruiser "Nina H"; Fred H. Bosby- shell, assistant secretary L. A. Y. (Z, schooner "Windward." Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Osborn, run- about "La Gaviota"; Mrs. Roy Del Ruth, speed boat "Hi-Boy"; Eugene Rosenthal and guests, cruiser "Kick- apoo"; the Reteckers, with their cruis- er "Mary Kay"; Mrs. M. P. Whitaker and guests, cruiser "Marguerite"; W. H. Neruey and sons, cruiser "Miss Ann II"; I)r. Karl Kretzsc'hmar and guests, crniser "OTmard"; Mr. and Mrs. W. Van E. Thompson, express cruiser "Playaday." Gilbert Newton and guests, cruiser "Sea Dog."; Mr. and_ Mrs. Lloyd Hill- man, crmser "Silver King"; Max Ma- cin, cruiser "Sea Lure"; Tom Endicott and guests, cruiser "Tobasco"; E, Iff. Day and family, crniser "Wauwatosa," Mr. and Mrs. Brearly and sons Art and Sammy, cruiser "Westwind"; Judge Fleming, cruiser "Myomy" ; Com. A1 Christie of the L. A.'-Y..C., schooner "Highlander"; Com. W. L. Valentine, Cal. Y. C., schooner "Vola- dor"; Max FIeischmann and guests, power yacht "Haida." There were a few non-member boats scattered around the anchorage, among them being the cruisers "El Vago," "Peggy Lou," "Gallo0ing Fish," "Doresimar," "Hoqua," "Mary K," "Amigo," "Bengee," and a few others, names not secured. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H.-Rector left for home on Saturday morning with their cruiser "Yebis." The ~qangers left for home with their schooner "Dreamer" on Sunday, . _ ~0~t the 7th, after enjoying ~ tote season cruising arouau "- islands. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis San Francisco have er "Gxghtnin' " from and have applied the Catalina left Monday morning land and after motor cruise to their home Mr. and Mrs. C. B. their handsome little ima," have been leys at the enjoying the marlin cruiser. The Juneaus members of the yacht Arthur N. Macrate the 6-meter sloop Victor Dalton. ~ess The University of nia will again gtv tion and Nautical 8 111p III Arthur Morris and their power yacht cruising to Ensenada ifornia ports. They two weeks Their cisco lately was gr the "Holiday" prov able sea boat. Last Sunday's Angeles Times aminer had the most of rhe Commodores' finest pictures of the parties and views fleet, that have been long time. Mrs. Alma wrote these articles at tures taken, is to be it was entirely efforts that these written articles and were published. Editor of the Dear Sir: Will you what :notion qt the Isthmus years ? (Signed) swer : A number made at Avalon no record has Most of the "South, tnres.have been rnaae of ~atalina Island. Dustin Farumn wer number of picture Landing and Catali Normand, Charlie leading starshave pictures made following is an tu.res that have been cinity of the Isth "Scarlet Seas," ''~ "Sadie "My Past," Kings," "Old "Sin Ship," "Sea Paradise," "Sea neath," "Never the and "Corsair." _._.---- :O" Modern Merchant : ,,What a man who wants ~,, ..at s he does eS~o good deed " ' Banker : tract so he four per cent You are cordially invited to inspect our line of SCHOOL MIDDLES, CORDUROYS, BLUE jEANS TENNIS SHOES e# 1~ BROADCLOTH DANCE SETS (Shorts and Brasdere) m Catalina ECIALTY s.OP SUI~N'ER & CRESCENT AVES. Telephone 4165