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September 20, 1934

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PACE EIGHT JACK SCHOOLFIELD MARINE SERVICE | % DO YOU REMEMBER J PHONE A SERVICE TO SEAMEN MARINIE REPAIRS / ] lss.a ANCHORAGES ,1 (Coral,fled from files of The Catalina / REPAIR rUG ISUANO~ . Islander bv Chas. H. Smith) Ten Years Ago i [ From the Catalina Islander of Phone and let us meet you at the boat for a demonstration. Sel~tember 17. 1924: i The California StateBar Associa- HUBBARD AUTO SALES CO. /ion members t,a,'to(,k of a banquet ,it the Hotel St. Catherine on Satur- 785 and 3300 Central Ave., Los Angeles Tel. TRinity 7971 ~ day, SeF, tember 14th. Los Angeles Largest Ford Dealera--WE NEVER CLOSE. Total registration at the Avalon | ..................................... public schools on the first ~av of ............... .-- ....... : : .,'. - ... ...... : ; : :" --.- :~" , school, Monday, September 15, 1924, was 175. Ground was broken on *Iaiden Lane for the new home of Percy West. Savings, Commercial, Trust, Drafts, Collections Three marlin swordfish were caught by Robert Mankowski, weighing 160, Resources Over $500,000,000 135, and 124 pounds. Tuna for the season to date, 270; ~ marlin swordfish, 59; broadbill sw0"/d- J --~ _~._._ t~ I~ECUI~I'I?Y-]FIIlSTNATIONA]Uo BAWIK OF LON ANGELES.~-..Z_7.;7-,,.'~~ fish. 5 Mrs.' Greenfield brought to gaff a marhn swordfish weighting !3.1 pounds. CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH Ii;m,lv lu:np took a marlin weigh- , W.J. Laurin, Manager in~ t91 p~'mnds, on light tack e. -\m,mg visitors to "The Isle With SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS s ', a . mile were Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Cross of \ihnington; Pat S. Fitter ~ I'~~ ~ ~ ~~'L~] ~ of Sotlth Pasadena ; Harr\ D..\[organ of San Francisco; Air. and Mls Wil- liam Ohlson, bride and ~room, from Los Angeles; Mrs. Maria' lane Chap- man and daughter Flortq'~ce of Los Angeles. AT OUR OWN PLANT IN AVALON. .Miss Adaline Ross, niece ,,f Mr. and Mrs. P. \Feet, started for her Special attention given to Fine Silks and Linens--All ironed by hand. home in Niagara Falls, Canada, after spending the summer in ~a~x'alon. Sanmel Duerden, of PrMol, Eng- land, was another visitor. "A BOOST WILL HELP" ONE DAY SERVICE IF DESIRED in at 9 a. re.----Out by 5 p. m. IIS Phone Marilla 60 O 112 Avalon Blv& WIbMINGT.ON, CALIF. KWIK WAY VALVE GRINDING EZEL BRAKE TESTER TRU DRUM ,LATHE Agents for U. S. Tires, Wiilard Batteries and Union C.msolinc ge Phone Richmond 5171 Private Ambulance IVY H. OVERHOLTZER FUNERAL DI R'EOTOR 1719 South Flower Street, at 18th LadyAttendant Los Angeles, California l Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist Telephone, Avalon 178 AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Slmehdt7 .., . 0 .o.. ... * IltE CATALINA ISLANDER /IN ALL YEAR PBESEN1 BELMONT HOTEL Five minutes from Broadwa. _.y, Shopping and The- II I atrical District. ]l I ~TERIAS IN "AME BLOCK II I Tar,.: ) ...... II I WRh tub or shower bath, ,ho a*h Ill just as you prefer Ph.e: TRinity 3601 J.S. Young, Mgr. I// F. M. Paulson was visiting ~qan Francisco, while City Attorney Frcd- crick Baker aal(1 wife were in .Mon- t real, Canada. The Scout "Wolf Cubs" of Avalon enjoyed a trip to Gallaeer Beach. go- ing up on the launch "'Arvilla",re- maining three days. Twenty Years Ago From the Islander of September 22, 1914: The Editor made some intt:resting comments on "Tin Horn Politicians". The Board of Trustees decided to limit the city streets during lbe win- tel" I11011 ths. Among Avalon visitors were W. H. Herren of Los Angeles. Mrv. A. Young and daughter of \Vihnhlgton, Mrs. William Baird