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OCT. 7, 1931 .... PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL Warwick of Avalon is days at The Dodge ton. L. Skinner of Los Ange- to Avalon for severa] returning to the main- O. IL. Bailey left for the where he will motoring through Mulford spent Friday Mulford cottage here, Los Angeles Saturday reports Mr. Mulford re- a severe illness. P. V. Reyes, B. R. Scott left Avalon on Satur- Falls, where they ned a vacation and trout MacLean has been spend- at the MacLean accompanied by his He is returning to his carrier department of the postoffice on Friday. lay Clu----"b of ti~e Com- met at the home of erske on Tuesday even- 29. Those present interesting evening, dur- hostess served delicious Mankowski, with Mrs. and her mother, Mrs. aboard their cruiser "Sa- Tuna Club pier on Mon- T'hev plan to spend a Isthmus. During their Mankowski, who is an of the Tuna Club, will west end of the Island. Jean Gilmore, after with her former teach- A. Hoeck of New York September 28, on the French liner She expects to visit France and BelgiumJ time in Paris--before Avalon after January .~ting of the Mary Wil- be held on Thursday, tn the Villa Park Lobby ?he subject will be "The and a speaker is from the mainland to It is lilaely to be an and any non-members attend the meeting will by the club. one of Holly- sons and exponent of -~n, and his charming as Marguarite now numbered among Raymond and Marguerite the Emerson house on which will here- as Villa Margot. le Bill" will be Permanently, so get ac- these happily married their son Raymond Jr. [qayrnond and Margot-- gger and better swordfish. Spalding brought marlin which was tak- from one of the which is carried on Yacht "Goodwill." Mrs. the fisla near to Cle- and it sure put up a'hard lady angler finally won first fish Mrs. Spald- ta in a long time, owing ttnate mishap which pre- from taking any active for the past two years. gave both M.r. and Mrs. t lot of pleasure. The returned to the mainland Spring or Fall, st of all. LEGION BANQUET AND INSTALLATION A SUCCESS By Art Stevens Wednesday evening of last week rhe drum corps of Catalina Island Post 137, American Legion, gathered in front of Mark's Coffee Shop on Cres- cent avenue and proceeded to enter- tain a large crowd of Legionnaires and citizens with their snappy mar- tial rhythm. The Legion was having its first "feed" of the winter season--and what a feed it was. Comrade Williamson certainly "done himself proud" with the delicious dinner served, and re- ceived the approbation of the gang. Congratulations, Mark ! After the dinner was stowed away, Commander Heywood called the Post to order and made a few brlef re- marks concerning the activities of the Legion during his administration as Commander. He then introduced Past Area Cormnander A. B. Waddingham, who was the organizer and first commander of Post 137. Comrade Waddingham gave a brief talk on the activities of Catalina Island Post since it was granted a charter in 1922. He then proceeded to install the follow- ing officers for the ensuing year: George Kirk, Commander; Jack Hannan, First Vice Commander; Art Stevens, Second Vice Commander; A. L. Laurance, Adjutant; Robert Penni- well, Chaplain; Ralph Brown, Histor- ian; Leon Lynam, Sergeant-at-arms; M. F. Fitzgerald, Finance Officer. After the installation ceremony, Comrade Waddingham called upon the Mayor of Avalon, Comrade Fred Paul- son, who gave a splendid talk on "The American Legion and Civic Govern- ment." This address was greatly en- joyed by all present. The new Commander, George Kirk, nmde a short talk and announced the appointment of the following cotmnit- tees and committee chairmen; also the delegates to County Council: Executive Committee--E. R. Abbott, Allen Tufts, John Wegmann, Mike Cameron. Americanization, Hugh Stevenson. Boy Scouts, Ralph Heywood. Cbmmunity Betterment, Fred Paul- son. Emergency )2ommittee, W. H, Mul- cahy. Membership Committee, Leon Ly- nam. Conservation, Mark Williamson. Armistice Day Program and Ban- quet, Ralph Brown and Larry Paper. " Entertainment, Bennie Ogden. Social Welfare, Mrs. R. N. Jackson. Publicity, Art Stevens. Attaletics, Harry Brentford. Delegates to County Council--A. B. Waddingham, Robert Blum, and Wal- ly Matthie. The Commander then introduced all the Past Commanders that were pres- ent, who were as follows~ A. B. Waddingham, 1922; W. H. Mulcahy, 1924; J. B. Ogden, 1926; Os- car Griffith, 1927; Hugh Stevenson, 1928; Larry Paper, 1929, and Ralph Heywood, 1931. Past Conurmnder H. R. Baker, 1930, and J. Malloch, 1923, were unable to be present. Past Com- mander E. H. Bernegger, t925, an- swered the last Roll Call a few months ago. The first meeting under the new regime will be held tonight (Wednes- day) at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall. l,et's all be there. Total catch of marlin to date for 1931 has now reached the phenomenal figure of 664 and still they come. On Sunday seven fis'h were taken; two of these were taken by A. R. Martin, president of the Tuna Club. This good angler has been taking fish pretty reg- ular of late and at this writing he is out aboard the Greenfield-Martin cruiser "Erma III," with Milton Pat- rick as his guest, and w a~ hope later to be able to record a double header from this trip. Messrs. J. W. Jump and Willard Van Brunt have returned to the scene of action to keep up the good work and they, aboard their own boats, are out to help swell the total. Our Adlet Column-helps. Try it. AVALON BOY MARRIED DR. COOKMAN COMING Friends in Avalon will be interested to learn of the nlarriage of Theodore Sierks, son of Mrs. Ahna Owerholt, and Miss Claire Holland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Reid Holland of 137 South Fullmer Street, Beverly Hills, which took place last Saturday even- ing at 8 o'clock at the All Saints Epis- copal Church, Pasadena. Dr. Chase officiated at the wedding ceremony. The bride, a picture of loveliness in shell pink chiffon, wore orchids and lilies of rhe valley. She was given in marriage by her father. Her sister, Miss Louise Holland, was bridesmaid, and Ray Gillespie attend- ed the groom as best man. The bride, a popular member of Los Angeles' younger social set, is a graduate of the Otis Art School anti has been a frequent visitor to Catalina with sununer collegiate groups. The groom, who has already won consid- erable recognition as a brilliant young newspaper man, graduated from the Catalina grammar school, attended Avalon High School, and later Pasa- dena Junior College. He began his newspaper career in the Catalina Is- lander office; now holds the responsi- ble position of editor of the Los An- geles County Health News, and is Public Relations Director for the Los Angeles County Health Department. A few months ago he directed a stren- uous newspaper campaign against the sale of "Jake Gin," which had cost the lives of several persons in the county and caused paralysis of many others, with the result that Governor Rolvh signed a bill forbidding its sale in the State of California, the first step taken by any state to curb an evil that has been taking a fearful toll of life and human usefulness, especially in south- ern states. The Catalina Islander extends to the happy young couple its congratula- tions. Mr. and Mrs. Sierks will make their home in Altadena. ---~-: O : -- Chester Conklin, famous comedian, has joined the lzaak Waltons and has declared his hand by taking out an associate membership in the Tuna Club. The Hon. Chester sallies forth daily aboard his cruiser (get the name) "Galloping Fish." Mr. Conklin has a guest aboard to assist him in his war on the marlin, said guest, Win. J. Connery is extending his stay to assist Chester in a plan he has worked out whereby he is hoping to revolu- tionize the marlin fishing. (His total catch will appear in a special edition). "Lets go." Catalina, magic isle---come! The people of Avalon, both young and old, will be delighted to hear that Dr. Cookman, the celebrated bird spe- cialist, is coming to Avalon. He 6All be here on the evening of October 24th, and will lecture on bird life. He is expected to bring with him certain birds to illustrate 'his address. Avalon is a center of bird lovers, bird study, and, best of all, the home of a great Bird Park. Dr. Cookman will probably speak in one of the the- aters. His lecture will appeal to whole families, and the place shouldbe crowded with eager listeners. ~ "O :--~-'~ COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John B. Toomay, Minister Stmday Services~Church School, 9:00 a.m., morning preaching service, 10:30 A.M., Young Peoples' Meeting 6:00 p.m. ; evening s~rvice, 7:00. Subjects October llth, 1931: 10:30 a.m.--"Doubt, Vision, Goal." 7:00 p.nL--"The Missing Child." Mid-week meeting, Wednesday ev- ening, at 7:30. The public is cordially invited to attend any or all of these services. The Ladies Aid Society met Friday at the Congregational Manse. Offi- cers for the ensuing year were chosen as follows: President, Mrs. F. B. Le Vitt; vice president, Mrs. M. B. l~n- kle; secretary, Mrs. D. M. Martin; treasurer, Mrs. Ellen Newberry ; chairman missionary section, Mrs. W. D. Bunham. Standing committees will be appointed by the president. The next meeting will be a silver tea,. and will be h~id at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Orr this (Wednesday) aft- ernoon at 2 p.m. Members are re- quested to bring a friend with them. All ladies are invited. The ladies an- ticipate giving a church supper soon. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. J. B. Toomay, wife of the pastor. On Monday, October 6, Willard ,% Van Brunt, past president of the Tuna Club, fishing from his private cruiser "Ida M," took a nice marlin swordfish on his light tackle outfit. The fish weighed 148 pounds and gave the ang- ler quite a hard fight, which lasted almost an hour. This was Mr. Van Brunt's first marlin on light tackle and he is of the opinion he will go back to his heavy tackle and stay there. On his return to the clubhouse he was warndy congratulated on 'his catch, which wins for him the Club's green button. ,i ,, , ' : " ," , THE ISLANDER ADLETS A careful reading of these Adlets will reveal many bargains that oth- wise you might miss. RP~TE, S--10 cents per line For Rtmt--Cottage to large family or four men. $20 month. Inquire Mark's Coffee Shop. 43. ADLI[T8 For Sale--Four-door Ford sedan, 1924 model. Reasonable price, $75. Come and look at it. Avalon Barber Shop. 431). ADLTS Winter Rate,--Rooms $3 and $4 per week. Houses as low as $20 per too. Now is' the time to buy wonderful bar- gains in houses. See Mrs. A. P. Nel- son, 121 Claressa Ave. Phone 140. tf. ADLETS For Rent--Two cottages, by the month or year, very reasonable to sma!l families.J. H. Weg'mann. 38. ADLET$ For Rent--Apartments for winter or by year. Good view. Hot water fur- nished. Sun parlor; also 3-room cot- tage, $12. Mrs. Orr, 236 Whittley. 39 ADLET$ View Lot--40xl20; 5-room house (beds for 8) on rear 40, leaves front 40x80 for income. Fruit and flowers. Sasifice $5000. Part cash. Lefavor, 332 Metropole. For Sak~--Mathewson Cottages, 17 units. P. O. Box 1366. For R~mt--Housekeeping cottages and rooms at special winter rates. Na- tional Camp, Metropole Ave. Mrs. T. W. Winkleby, Mgr. 40-43 ADt-FT$ For Rent~At winter rates. See Mrs. Westbrook, 217 Sunmer Ave. for Fur. Apts., $12 to $25 per mo. Rooms $I0 to $12 per too. 38 AOLET$ For Cook. and Restaurant Uni- forms, cutlery and kitchen accessories, write Angelica Jacket Co., 319 So. Spring, Los Angeles. 2'3tf ADLET$ SO YOU MAY KNOW Jumbo peanuts, double jointed and double breasted, always fresh and hot, and that famous Honey Popcorn Crisp that the people talk so much about, made in Avalon, you get it of Macbeth, the Popcorn man at the Piggley Wig- gley.. If you don't trade with me, we both lose money. ADLET~ Our Afflet Column helps. Try it.