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CATALINA ISLANDER I$0CIAL AND PERSONAL t0ur" d Mrs. Frank Roadhouse are :lag Southern California. PAGE SEVEN Air. and Mrs. Claude Walton and daughter left last week for a trip to Seattle, Washington. 'TISN'T SPRINGTIME YET BUT DAN CUPID'S BUSY (Continued from Page 1. Column 4) Manager Frank Johnson informs us that the Foresters Inn will be kept open all winter, for the accommoda- tion of visitors. During the winter the Air. and Mrs. G. E. Riddle are regis- eral days on the Isle of Romance be- main building and bungalettes are all ttMr. and Mrs. George Hoffinger ofteredat tileSt. Jameshotel,San ~e Seal Rock Cafe have returned from fore returning to the city, and went to be repainted. Diego, from Avalon. we , away charmed with Catalina. ~-'--'-'- eks stay on the mainland. ~ "The Navigator" will be shown at Ernest \7. Jennings, wife and family -- ~r{g and Mrs Geor e Aull are are enjoying a vacation in the moun- There are rumors that another Ava- the Strand tonight. It will be remem- a~^_ • g ar~ the mainland visitors. They tains on the mainland. Ion young man has .taken unto himself bered that Buster Keaton and his company were in Catalina waters off for a trip to Vancouver, B.C. a life partner, but we have been nn- while many of the scenes in this pic- ~ Mrs. Carl W. Carson and children able to verify the facts, ture were being taken. ali'~ r. L. E. Wilkie of the Santa Cat- were among the arrivals from the qa Island Company office, left Sun- mainland on Sunday. " Captain John Ednmndson and family Cement Contractor H. R. Baker fias uay for Mendocino count on h~s an ~ __ __...__ left last week for a brief vacation on just finished work on a large cellar ~Ual Vacation Y' George Clark, an employee of the the continent, for Jess Franklin, under his Clemente Catalina lumber mill, is taking a few tx~[.iss Frie'da Lomax of San Luisweeks' vacation, motoring northward. Sirs. W. M. Lefavof returned Mon- avenue residence. He is also doing ~xs~° has arrived to spend a few --------~------ (lay from a trip to the mainland of the some repair work on the cistern at ~/~ths with her sister, Sirs. LaRue C. James Trout and sister Betty, who United States. A.C. Brode's "shack" on the West a~g~~°n, at the Congregational parson- are attending schools in Los Angeles, .---.----._---.- Side Terrace. • spent the week-end with their mother Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cobb were north in Avalon. bound passengers on the steamship A large company of regulars and ex- ~Yor Reyes and Mrs. Reyes were Catalina Saturday afternoon, tras of the First National Motion Pic- tigers out-bound on the steamship H.S. Lewis, manager of the bath- .___._----~--- ture company came over Sunday on ~'ratahna Sunday afternoon. His Hon- house, accompanied by his wife andGeorge Mulford, conductor during the steamship Catalina. In the after- ~0.says he is going hunting in thechildren, has gone to the mainland for the summer of Porter's Catalina Is-noon they were taken to the Isthmus Uatams of Kern county, a short vacation. . land Marine Band, was in Avalon on the Betty O. There they will be av 'e 2s Bet~0 Descanso Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Thomas of Long again for a few days last week. used in taking scenes for a picture She ue: left last week on her vacation. Beach are guests at the Foresters atR'a B[localLUSk,grocery,fOr a yearhas paStreturnedbUtcherto saidsires.,,to bear the title: "As Man De- Atv~ .Will visit in San Diego and Los Inn. Mr. Thomas gets much pleas- Pasadena. He has been succeeded by C.H. Emm0ns, Southern California 1,_ geles before returning to resume ure out of the fishing game here. • ~r Work at the local telephone office. Bill" Davidson, recently front Texas. Director of the Near East Relief, will kl ~ Miss Eunice Hart was a passenger l~av~r.. and Mrs. E. S. Burrows, who on the Catalina for the mainland last Ted Thomas, the popular barber at speaking servicesat bOthat thethe morningAvalon Communityand even-~ leb two cottages on Claressa avenue, Friday. Miss Hart will meet her sister the Hotel St. Catherine, has returned (Congregational) church next Sunday. ~a" ~or their home in" Los Angeles, Miss Betty Scott in San Diego, where from a vacation which, as he puts it, He will bring intensely interesting in- _ ttlrday after having made some re- they will enjoy their vacation together, was spent in Los Angeles county, onformation about the conditions in the ~vai~rs on the Avalon properties, for the the mainland, ,,ter. . . Mr. and Mrs. T. W; Burris of What land of the Near East, and the means Cheer, Iowa, were passengers on theLehman W. Crandall, and familiarly being used to remedy those conditions• i,.~'Ir' anti Mrs Charles W Wilson Catalina Monday noon, coming for a known as "Doe," bookkeeper for CarlThe evening message will probably be... '~Ve r " " 11,_.. eturned from a vacation on the short visit to the Island from Long~,V~ Carson's phnnbing slrop is on a made more impressive by the'use of' "~a.llllanA ~. . . ~¢. '~. they vasited various points Beach, where they have been visiting two weeks vacation on the mainland,motion pictures showing the very ~' Interest. Mr. Wilson is the capable relatives. He is visiting his father at Glendale. onethingSis invitedthat hetoiSattend.talking about• Every- ~i~ager of the Avalon D'rug Co.'s Sir. antl "Mrs. Patrick Berry, Who e Qn Crescent avenue. Tuna Club members registered last k~r . ~ week were President James W. Jump; have been living at 211 Descanso av- THE ISLANDER ADLET$ left i and Mrs. L. P. Streeter have A.C. Brode, F. H. Reed, A. R. Martin, enue for the past year, departed for For $,*IL~---Lot 40x75' in Avalon. On ~ay tOr the east, "but not to stay," H.J. Mallen, Max Eppstein, L.D. the mainland the early part of last terms or cash. Apply Box 1104 or 126 iforrl~°th. "We shall be back in Cal- Sale, Ray Dawson, R. J. Cope, and week. They may return to Avalon in Hiawatha street. 39 h,,l~la before the bad weather gets Elmer Richards. the future. " Wanted---Wish gentleman who left overcoat with Hotel St. Catherine bath i~i~ of us." Mr. Streeter has gained ~ta ealth considerable during their Joe Henault, who had charge of the Miss Ethel Orton, who spent the t y here and has decided to spend barber shop on Crescent avenue nextsummer in Avalon, returned Saturdaywouldh°Use callattendantfor same.threeApplym°nthsto gard-ag° t'te Wuater in Southern the bank during the summer, leftto her home in Los Angelcd. " She ner on hotel grounds. 39p "Saturday for Los Angeles, where hefound use for her talent as a saleslady ' ~¢iP~[°t A. C. Burns has sold his "Fly- will remain until next spring, when he in the Pavilion Chocolate Shop i and on Lost--Package, containing' unfinish- u,t ta -Me" aiyshi to Sam Rinehart, anticipates returning to Avalon again. Tuesday afternoons was a welcome ad- ed embroidered lunch cloth. Please ",~o w' P • dition to the folding force on the Cat- leave at Glenmore Hotel. Reward• 38p t~., dl use it for personal pleasure. ~l]~urns will shortly leave for the At the meeting of the Ladies Aid alina Islander. Lost---Pair bifocal spectacles. Please _ and for the winter but expects Society of the Congregational church leave at S. C. I. Co. office. ' 38p ~ireturn to Catalina next summer held last Friday, the following officers Mrs. Florence Tidball, forin~rlv city For Ex©hange---I will exchange my h,th a new shill The new boat willwere elected: President, Mrs. W.D. clerk of Avalon, writes to a friend as Maywood property for suitable prop- ~'ea- Ueh like the one he used this Burnhanr; vice-president, Sirs. Hugh follows: "I assure you that I am en- erty in Avalon. For particularswrite r, With roomfortwo assen ers MacKay; treasurer, Mrs. LaRue C. joying being here at my old home, but Box 1485, Avalon, or 185 56th street, • r~tl the P g Watson; secretary, Mrs. H. A. Fate;I do nfiss Catalina and the splendid Sfaywood, Calif. ~ 39 pilot, auditor, Mrs. N. M. Shields. A special people there. I find this climate very " For R~nt--Winter prices. Three meeting has been called for next Fri- day afternoon, for the appointment of committees. It is expected that the Aid Society will meet every week now, until preparations for the annual ba- zaar have been completed. warm this summer, after living so long at the Island and Long Beach. I may return to California after a while." Last week Mrs. Clarence U. Bun- nelle gave a most delightful party when she entertained the Mah Jongg Club. The members of the club have had many happy hours together this smnmer. As the time has come when some of the club members must return to mainland, they have expressed their regrets at having to go. Plans were made by some of the ladies to return this winter and all meet again. Mrs. Bunnelle served a delicious luncheon at 12:30, after which mah jongg was played at three tables. Those present were Mesdames Clara Laurance, Chas, Dash, Harry Pitts, Ernest Smith, Grace Elder, Fred Reed, Ray Dawson, M. E. Hooxer, Salsbury, B. O. Kendall, Harry Hill and Miss Florence Hill. Mrs. Smith won high score. Subscribe now---~. ,00 per year. room apartment, hot bath.349 Sum- ner avenue. 39-40p Lost--Light cravanet coat. Finder please return to S. C. I. offices. A.S. Rollins, 7212Gayola Place, Maple- wood, Mo. 39p For R~nt--Cashmere apartment with bath. Inquire 149 Marilla avenue. $25 per month. 39 Announcement--Benjamin Lefflur an- nounces that he will visit Avalon the first and fifteenth of each month, with Coats, Suits and Gowns, at MacRae Hotel. 37tf Want~l--To rent, a piano du~ing winter months. Box C, Catalina Is- lander office. 37p 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. Herren. Address R. Dunkelberger, Avalon, Cal. 34tf Housecleaning--By the day or hour, Mrs. Van Deusen. Box 12051 3]. ~lr.R'athleen, ten-year-old daughter 6f Stru_,and Mrs. Virgil Hoover, was th, ~ by a speeding scooter wagon on re;,~Sehool grounds last Wednesday, 0f ~Ung in a serious accident. One I)r_,~ne bones in her left forearm was jt~~en, just above the wrist. The in- )t'y Was attended to by Dr Baker at ~ad,*"e Catalina hos-ital, and "the li'ttle in;'a'-y's-,,tr rapidly recovering from the R. -Martin and Mrs. J. M. Green- left on board their fast cruiser III on Monday, for their home Hills, after spending a most summer here, having oc- the Coppage residence on the In last week's issue of the er we made quite an error in ~g Mrs. Greenfield took her first season, as this lady angler now taken ten of these fish all and hopes to take one on light season. Coml)limenting her sister, Miss Rigg, Mrs. B. O. Kendall very charmingly entertained at luncheon at the Hotel St. Catherine Wednesday noon. The table was very prettily centered with fall roses and a favor of the same rose was placed at each plate. After the luncheon Mrs. Kendall invited her guests to her home on Sumner avenue, where the afternoon was very pleas- antly spent in playing auction bridge and mah jongg. The out of town guests were Miss Jessie Rigg, Mrs. James F. Parker and Sirs. H. R. Hur- tel of Pasadena, Mrs. William Elder, Sirs. Clarence Bunnelle, Mrs. Clara Laurance and Sirs. E. W. Smith. Watch the world come to Catalina.