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.INA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL itor Windle and Mrs. Windle are a vacation trip to San Fran- automobile. and Mrs. Harry Pitts have re- from their sunamer vacation, ed by their young son. ~Vm. R. Brown and son of Pasadena among the attendants at the Elks l~:'~ntioa. *Ir. Brown is a son of *,ttt 8town, well-known carpenter here. ~[r. and Mrs. F. B. Secrest and dau- ghters deniansWere among the many Pasa- to visit who visited Avalon last week with the Elks. Stevenson (of Hotel Atwater nd Villa staffs) and Mrs. Stay- departed on Sunday for Big. lake there to enjoy a well- ; earned vacation' Chief Deputy City Prosecutor John M. Concannon, of Los Angeles, was a visitor in Avalon during the Elk's con- vention. Miss Alberta McCoy, of 201 Des- eanso avenue, left Sunday for her home in Los Angeles, having returned to the Elks convention. Mrs. A. Seymour Scott, who has been spending several days in her cot- tage at 2(}7 Deseanso avenue, left for her home in Los Angeles Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs. Harold Proctor and son Dennis of Los Angeles are spending a few days in Avalon. They are accompan- ied by Mrs. Symonds, also of the "Angel" city. to Los Angeles papers, and Mrs. Everett Crawford who were married in that city evening, are spending their in Avalon. Mrs. Moore : Mis~ Elizabeth Proctor. G. J. Crandall, Avalon's dentist summer months, left Thurs- for Chicago, where he proposes take up a course of study along the William A. McNeil of the J. V. Mc Nell Contracting Company of Los An- geles, left for the city after spending a delightful visit in Avalon, as one of the Antlered Herd. Among the many enthusiastic visi- tors to the Island recently, were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Powers of San Fran- cisco, who accompanied the delegation of Elks from the northern city. It was with nmch regret that Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eyler of Phoenix, Ar- izona, left the Island Sunday, after of his work. He anticipates re- spending a Inost delightful vacation to Avalon about the first of here during the Elks convention, Year, with the idea of locating Mrs. Gene Stratton Porter, the well- known author, and family are vei-y comfortably located in their summer home, "Singing Water," on Catalina avenue. Mrs. Porter, who is writing another book and at the same" time furnishing editorials and special arti- cles for magazines with a national cir- culation, is quite a busy woman. She says that she is enjoying her stay at Catalina, finding it an admirable place in which to work, and she also feels that the children are comparatively "safe" when given their freedom for play and recreation in Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cameron are spend- ing a week on the mainland. August Carlson has accepted the management of the Hotel Hermosa. The post-season doings at Camp Toyon have ended. It has been a good season at this popular resort for young ladies. The Catalina Islander plant is printing the "Toyon Camp Record" for the season. Mrs. Mae Osier and party of friends came over from the mailand Saturday night to attend the Elks ball, which ended the convention. All voted that they had a perfectly splendid time. Mrs. Osier is staying in town for a few days. It is announced that Carver's gro- cery will close for the season on Sat- urday. WINTER RADIO AT 6XAD-6ZW By Major Lawrence Mott Once again the dot and dash sea- son is ahnost here, much to the de- light of thousands of operators all over the land.. I would state that all my transmitters have been lowered in wave length, the highest being on 196 meters. The one that I shall use the most is on 172 meters--exactly. There is no possible excuse for complaints of my interfering with concert reception, after 10:30 p. m., of course, unless any such complaints come from owners of wretchedly-bad receivers, that tune very broadly and that hear everything from amateur to arc stations. The Department of Navigation has not changed the transmitting rules of last season, to-wit: The only silent hours shall be between 8 and I0:30 p. m., and on Sunday morninl.s durinj churah services. Nothing is said of the afternoon hours, up to 8 p. m., at all l Yet last winter there was considerable uproar because, on a few occasions, and for reasons of special tests, I transmitted between 4 and 7 p. m., as was, and is, my right under the lawl. I would therefore beg, friends, that if I do have to come on the air at this time, that you do not grab the tele- phone and make remarks! I am not selfish, and I interfere as little as pos- sible with the pleasure of others! The nights of transmission at 6XAD-6ZW this season, will be Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 11 onward. Permanently. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Corhan of San ,l~(2aptain and Mrs. Sam Clover ofFrancisco were anmng the visitors MARY WILLIAMS CLUB THE ISLANDER ADLETS ~:ra Belle are visiting Captain and from the northern city who attended ~ For S-"~le--Mrs. Mae'~Osier, Real S~ilk the Elks convention. Air. Corhan is The first meeting of the, Mary Will- Hosiery representative, is at the Gten- ..~ rs.t Tad Gray_ of Whittley avenue for short stop and captain of the San iams Club for the I924-1925 program more. Either call or leave word if you tt ew days. Captain Clover is one of Francisco baseball team, which played is scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday) wish to see her. 37p ue old-iime Avalon boatmen, and afternoon at 2"30 prompt. The gen- For Sale--7~g, 9x8; full ~ralSed very highly the many improve- in Avalon Thursday afternoon. " "I " eral topic for the year wl I be Par- size bath tub; gas range. Inquire at "2ants that have been made here dur-Mr. and Mrs. William Ehner of Los limentary Law," while the special sec- White House Apartments. 37p mg the past six years. Angeles are occupying the Brid's Nest tion of it to be presented at this meet- %~zra Knopf was among the passen- cottage, at 201 Descanso avenue, and ing will be "How to Obtain the Floor."housekeeping,Fr Rent~Largevery cheaprm'forCmpletewinter ~rs bound for the mainland on Sun-expect to remain another two weeks.Mrs. Carl W. Carson will present the nmnths. Weston House, Phone 74-W3~ ~v~Yt, oft a sad errand. Sirs. Knopf, Mrs. Ehner is professionally known as subject. Rev. LaRue C. Watson will Irene Franklin, noted cornetist, having show some California pictures, Mrs. o has been ill for some time, was played at Pantages in Los Angeles for F.A. Wallace will read a poem, and Announcement---Benjamin Lefflur an- r~l~rted in a serious condition, with he chances tmfavorable for her re-four years. Mrs. C. U. Bunnelle will have charge nounces that he will visit Avalon the " first and fifteenth of each month, with of the social features. The annual Coats, Suits and Gowns at MacRae ~OVery. The sympathy of Mr Kno f's Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Petit of Santaprogram and roll of members will beHotel. 37tf ~rienao .., - - " P th- " w211 go out to him and his Fe, New Mexico, considered them- ready for distribution at this meeting, ee little children, selves fortunate to have been in Ava- the printing of it having just beenWanted---Colored girl would like ang kind of work. Aileen Bowen, General f.I~e of tl~e delightfully Planned af- lon at the time of the Elks convention, finished at the.Catalina Islander office, delivery, Avalon. 37p l~r:l,of last week was the Mah Jongg which they attended. They were loud in their praise of Catalina as an ideal Mrs. J. E. Smvthe, wife of the tubaFor Sale--Cash register, show cases azl~;uen given by Mrs. Clara Laur- convention spot, They left for theirplayer of the band, went to her home and fine safe. Apply Curio Store next 'I'--e at her charming new home onhome Sunday. at Glendale last week to prepare the to Billard Hall. 37-38-p sl.ternat avenue The guestswere outed ' house for her husband's return, Her Wanted--To rent, a piano during foil- .at daintily appointed tables, the C. Adamando, who has been a valu- father, who had been living with hiswinter months. Box C, Catalina Is- ~uWing ladies being present: Mrs. ed member of the Catalina Marine . daughter for some time, apparently in lander office. 37p ~'iv. Heiss Mrs M, B Dunkle, Mrs Band, on Saturday night played hisgood health, was taken with an attack otred Reed, 'Mrs Ray Dawson, Mrs. last engagement with the band for of heart disease at 7:30 the mgrn~ogFor Rent--Nice home on Catalina avenue for the winter. Cheap to small ~'~rles~,trL 'Patrick, Mrs. Albert Handley, this season. Mr. Adamando's oboe after her arrival, and never regained family. References required. Call Mrs. ~. R.V. Baker, Mrs. J. B. Norton, ;~ Florence Hill Mrs. Clarence U. solos have been a treat to the hundreds consciousness. This happened on Fri- M.E. Hoover, 325 Catalina avenue 36 of nmsic lovers who have been prixi- day. The funeral services were "held , - nolle, Mrs C r' Dash Mrs W H Weston House---145 Marilla avenue. ~'fea~ - " " J" ' ~' ' " leged to hear them. the following Monday. Sympathy*goes 1~1" u, Mrs. B O. Kendall and Mrs. to this shocked fanfily, mother, daugh- Special winter t'ates for apartments complete housekeeping; heat gas and ~fler; Miss Florence Hill and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Keith Spalding, with ter and son-in-law, light. 36tf J,tne Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Tod Ford of Pasadena as their guests, made a call at the Is- land on board their magnificent yacht GoOdwill on Saturday last, en route for Santa Barbara and other places along the coast. The party visited the Tuna Club, of which both gentlemen are old members. Card of thanks. We tender our very sincere thanks to the members of the Catalina Band for flowers sent at a time when we needed encouragement from true friends. Like kindnesses are a great help from relatives, but doubly so from associates. Irma L. and E. Smythe. Wanted--Homes and grounds to care for by myself and wife, will air and keep in good order, from about Oct. 15 until spring. References: C. G. Fair- child and W. H. Hevren. Address R. Dunkelberger, Avalon, Cal. Mtf Houseelaaning--'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 Mrs. Alice Dearden of Descanso av- enue is making preparations to .close her cottage for the winter and leave for her home in Los Angeles. Mrs. Dearden, daughter Maxine and little son Dougie have been oecupying:"Dear Den" for the past two months. Miss Maxine will continue her studies at Cumnock School of Expression for Girls on October 5th. F. E. Hutchins, daughter of and Mrs. W. H. Hill of Catalina !e has just returned from a four trip in Europe, after a very time, but seemed exceeding- glad to be back in Avalon again. other she arrived on the Avalon the evening she declared the up- to Avalon bay, with all the electric lights, was as beautiful she had seen in Europe. her absence, her sister, Miss Sold for her the property at 409 street to Carl F. Johnson, and er house, corner Sumner avenue street to Mr. L. A. Hey- Falling hair can be stopped. Dand- ruff and scalp eczema can be cured. Ask your druggist or barber for Lucky Tiger Hair Remedy. Endorsed by mil- lions. Sold under money back guaran- tee.--Adv. "Is Miss Keyes a rapid typist?" "I'll say she is. Why, that girl can operate a machine faster than she can spell." House Cleaning and Window Wash- ing,--Houses put in order. John An- derson, Diffins or Waffle Parlor. 22tf Catalina Home and Window Clean- ers--Eleetric vacuum machines rented. Fullerton, Box 1452, Avalon 17tf