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October 13, 1926     The Catalina Islander
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October 13, 1926

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INA ISLANDER AND PERSONAL \Varner and son l-tarold oil the mainland last 'L NO PERSONAL J' J. l'eckhanl artr the winter on the LINA ISLANDER and daughter are ~s on the mainland for a LINA ISLANDER Tad (.;ray left for on -Xlonday, where they ater. ISLANDER is spending his Beach, having left last. AND PI[RSONAL s. C. A. Cobbs have ~tanlford for the win- or the mainland last AND PRSONAL ('albraith were north- ers On the steamship Uday, goingto the rlef stay. PI~RSONAL is n;aking several ira- his Catalina avenue of them is the con- "Proof garage. I~RSONAk W. Eichbauln are ~erty at Stovepipe We under- ~Otel there will be op- and that the stage ereto will also be put OOIl, ~Nrt pI[RSONAL C, E. Patterson are etter from Mrs. Ben- formerly Mrs. Ethel of the wedding, October 6th, 1926, Eumulene of St. elating. eahUNA Page Seven. ~1"~ tSt'&NraER Service 7:30 P..ll. next Sun- ~unity Church will all Including the songs, features. An un- b songs will be used. e a sermon, or mis- ;trated with beautiful l)ictures. The pub- u Pastor's ser,non top- Will be, "Where Jesus A ISLANDER ~enton at the Head 8Clot" 30---Acting Cap- Will continue to Prohibition squad, Yesterday by Sheriff atnes Bond returns leave of absence, of a newly squad, which ~Seellaneous inves- formerly corn- detail. ISLANDER COme to Catalina. SPecialty C~MinI~ R~L EVENING SCHOOLS IN SESSION The evcnin/ aduh scho,~l opened on Monday, October 10th. This evening high school work can be made a very valuable undertaking for :\valon if l,roperly used. The subjects taught depend upon the actual demand as shown by the attendance, and also up- on the availability o/ teachers for the subjects that are demanded. Thus this year it will not be possible to arrange for a Spanish class at lhe present tilne. Interest has been expressed in COln- mercial work, especially typewriting anti bookkeeping. Accordingly a class will be offered in Typewritinv anti one in Bookkeeping. These will meet on Monday and Thursday at 7 P.M., in room 15 of the High School building. To maintain this class, or any other class in 'evening high school, an aver- age attendance of 1.'3 is obligatory. This high school work is entirely a concern of the comtnunity, yet the school systetn is willing to arrange whatever classes are possible. The English class in the Americani- zation department was well attended on Monday evening, but it is hoped that many inore will attend here also. The Citizenship class will not be start- ed until after the holidays. THE CATALINA ISLANDER "HONEYMOON AT CATALINA ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Cotton Enjoy Trip to Famous Catalina--Visited Wrigley Home (From the Montebello News) Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Cotton of San Gabriel Boulevard, l'ico, returned Monday from a honeymooil trip to Catalina and other points of interest. They went by boat to the picturesque Island, and reported "fair sailing" all the way. During the visit at Catalina the-bride and groom were guests at the "Island Villa." They tnade three inter- esting trips through the interior of the Island, and were fortunate in seeing several herds of wihl goats and buffa- lo. Thousamts of quail were also seen. There is no vegetation in the interior to speak of, except on the Middle Ranch, where all the llrovisions for the Hotel St. Catherine and other Island enterprises are grown. They visited the famous Wrigley home, and weren't stolIped by the "Keep Out" signs. They carried the signs along with them and returned them to their positions as they left. An evening at the beau- tiful motion picture house at Catalina was enjoyed, as well as dancing at the Sugar Loaf l'avilion. The adventurous couple, tiring of ex- ploring by land, rented an auto boat and proceeded to see the Island from "the outside," and mingled among the seals at Seal Rocks. En route home Mr. and Mrs. Cotton motored from Catalina Terminal to Long Beach, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. I-hint. Mrs. Hunt is an aunt of Zola Cotton. The bride and groom remarked that "Catalina is surely a wonderful and quiet place to spend a honeymoon-- amongst the bees and birds and your- selves." THE CATALINA IRLANDER Put a little sunshine into your philosophy and your psychology. Be motivated ! THE CATALINA ISLANDER Catalina will give you the rest d your life. Come to Catalina. PAGE THREE BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS l, ast week all eyes (and ears) were turned toward New York and St. Lonis. where the' champiotlshil* haseball series was bein.u ldayed off between the Ncxv York :\mericans and the St. l,ouis Na- tionals. New York won the lirst gain< Oct. 2, 2 to 1. The second game was captured by St. Louis, with ..\lexander pitching, 6 to 2. The third game was l,layed at St. I~mis, and was won by the home team--St, l,ouis 4, New York O. New York got the fourth game, 10 to 5. The New Yorkers also put the fifth game in their bag, a to 2. St. l,ouis took the sixth and seventh oi the series--10 to 2 and 3 to 2--thus winning the chalnllionshil* for 1926. THE CATALINA ISLANDER 0f the 9,.585 motor camps in the 1.'nited States, California leads all other States with over 121~) of cvery "description, and l)elaware u itb 10 is last. Colorado, the nearest State t~ California, has 300. Pacific Coast League l,os :\ngeles .598, Oakland 544, Mis- sion .526, Sacranlent~ .497, Portland .495, Hotlywo~d .461, Seattle .451, San I:rancisco .412. THE CATALINA ISLANDER .Xlany local followers of the .~reat \ulerican game of baseball wt, re very much pleased at the record made in the national series by Alexander--espe- cially where he pulled St. Louis out of a threatening situation in the seventh inning of the sexenth game. THE CATALINA ISLANDER It is not too early to be thinking about Christmas Cards. The samples for this year are now here, and first comers will have first choice. The de- signs are quite handsome and the prices reasonable, ranging from $7 to $33 per hundred. I~emember that early orders can always be depended upon, while later on you might not be able to secure the design that you preferred. A WALK-OVER that will stand the gaff. It's made of Russia Calfskin. f AGGREGATE RESOURCES ntore than 310 IIIILLIONS [ Pacific-Southwest Resources .... $211,284,230.791 First Nalional Resouten .... 98,582,424.081 First Securities (Capital and Surplus) . . 600,000.00] Cooperating with every type of agricuhulal, industrial and commercial enterprise in the Pacific-Southwest. CATAI.INA ISLAND BI~ANCtt PACIFIC'SOUTHWEST V,,,G,TRUST& BANK MISS H. HAMBLIN, Acting Manager PHONE 70 / [ WHY NOT spend a Month at Catalina Island? Une- qualled climate, good hotels, furnished houses at reasonable rates; stores, schools, churches; hiking, swimming, riding, fishing, golf, tennis; 3 hours from Los Angeles; BUT--notice this, please--no rattling, banging street noises at night, and you do not perpetually have to dodge automobiles, either day or night. A safe place for children. Try it out for yourself.