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October 13, 1926

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NA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN .PERSONAL Was an Island visitor Snn- &L AND .~0Ore PERSONAL spent sexer;d days es last week. AL AND PERSONAL ~as among the n(;rth- on the Catalina on I1. ANU PERSONAL George Aull are off a motor trip. They ex- t about a month. &No PERSONAL of Claremont ma last week, a,d was ;reeted t)5, his many ohl- ~,L ANo I.,~_R$ONAL of last week !Miss entertained anti of Los Angeles, ~'{OUse. ~ND PERSONAL director at ?, returned last a short stay 06 the of the channel. ANu pERSt~NAL of the Avalon Ra- e,,ieet, Shop, was a main- SSenger on Wednesday a COUple of days in Los ANU P,RSONAL formerly of Avalon, ena, was a Catalina vis- IIe anticipates a trip this winter with Zane nOWn author and tray- I~N[) PERSONAL who may be in- ~vited to join with the Mary Williams Club the Hotel St. Cather- tomorrow, Thursday, L ANo PERSONAL 10t iu front of the East of Dr. J. j. Peck- beautifully terraced a Variety of plants and COurse of time will add V~rless" ANo Pit RSONA L W. Ogier of Pasadena Aileen Polhamus) has Kathryn Claire, to Mr. Thomas M. es twice a granddad- honors becomingly. AND PEReONAI that William Wrig- evidenced his inter- department of the by replenishing defray the expenses to and from the extent of $500. ISLANOER lee, j. C. Dash, J. D. M. Heywood are at in attendance on the annual commtmication V9rand Lodge of Cal- uug as delegates the At the conclu- of the Grand accompanied Mrs. Florence Starr, trip to Lake Columbia. Mr. Will go by train to and Seattle, while accompanied s Parents, will make Yosemite. Mr. to Catalina after a Francisco. Cloverleaf Club Meets Here The Cloverleaf Art Club is a social organization mainly composed of la- dies resident in Los Angeles and l'asa- dena. One of the members, Mrs, F. P. LeVitt, removed to Avalon a few months ago. It is the custom of the club to meet once a month, at the Imme of some one of the members, who is expected to entertain the ladies at dinner. On Thursday of last week it became the turn of Mrs. l,eVitt to entertain the club members. Those who braved the perils of Cataliua Channel to partake of the hospitality of their Island member were Mesdames J. V. Ham, S. H. l{rown and Ella l'in- neo of Los Angeles, aml Frank Neely and Ed Mosby of Pasadena. Upon arrival of the ladies Thursday Mrs. LeVitt entertained at luncheon ;it the Hotel St. Catherine, and after- wards took them to her home to re- main over night. In the afternoon, through the conrtesy of the Catalina Jaunting Car Co., they enjoyed a ride around the .qky Line Drive and about the beautiful little city of Avalon. Just after dark the ladies became the guests of Messrs. H. B. Dunkle and E. Windle, who took them in automo- biles to Mt. Ada and other points where they could receive a fine im- pression of the fairyland attributes of Avalon under its myriad of electric lights, including the two-nfile "string of pearls" extending from the Hotel St. Catherine to Pebbly Beach. Later ill the evening the ladies and their hostess were guests of the Strand Theatre, where they were entertained by the lovely screen picture entitled "The Lucky Lady." On Friday the ladies spent an inter- esting forenoon in a visit to the home of Air. and Mrs. J. R. Giddings and other points of interest. They left for the nminland on the steamship Cata- lina, apparently well pleased with their trip to the "Magic Isle." They sure will be Catalina boosters hereafter. SOCIAL AND PIbR$ONAK Couple came to Catalina To Have Nuptial Knot Re-Tied Lynn S. McMahon and Marion A.. McMahon of San Antonio, Texas, were married Friday, in the office of the Avarlon Justice of the Peace. The couple obtained their license in Los Angeles and then crossed the channel to Catalina Island for the cerenlony. When asked before the ceremony about the similarity of names, the bridegroom replied that they had been divorced some two years ago, but had decided to re-marry. Mr. McMahon is a rail- road employee. The witnesses to the ceremony were Chas. H. Smith and A. T. Stevens. SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL The Ladies Aid Society of the Con- gregational Church recently elected the following officers: President, Mrs. F. E. Burnham; Vice-President, Mrs. John Edmundson; Secretary, Mrs. C. E. Patterson; Treasurer, Mrs. F. H. Ott ; Auditor, Mrs. Cora Greeley; Chairman of Missionary Department, Airs. C. E. Sullivan. The society will hold a meeting on Friday, October 15, at 2:30 P.M., at the church, on the lower floor. SOCtAL ANO PEHONAL Put a little sunshine into your philosophy and your psychology. Be motivated 1 SOCIAL ANO PERSO.AL Mrs. L. F. Van Deursen is visiting friends in San Francisco for a few weeks. Mrs. Carl Carson and daughter were nminland visitors last week. SOCIAl. AND PERSONAL F. H. Ott returned Thursday from a visit to the ecmtinent. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Sanmel J. VvrisdoIll left last \Vednes- clay for a ten-day sojourn at Gihnan Springs. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Scott left last week for an automobile tour of the eoastt, which will take thenl about a month to cover. SOCIAl. AND PERSONAL Thonaas Rnnyon Wilkinson, who graduated with the 1926 class at Har- vard M'ilitary School, I,os Angeles, is taking a post-graduate course at the Avalon High School. SOCIAL AND PERSONAl. Word conies from Los Angeles that ~iss Thelma Smith, who is taking a /~urse's training course at the Pacific Hospital there, was operated upon early Monday because of all attack of appen- dicitis. At the latest rcp0rts she was getting along finely. SOCIAL AND PWREONAL Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. LeVitt and son Donald, of Hollywood, took the former's father by surprise on Satur- day, when they arrived on the steam- ship Catalina without previous warn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. LeVitt were glad to greet children and grandson. They returned to the mainland Sunday . afternoon. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Powell are tak- ing a "swing around the circle." They left Avalon Wednesday en route to San Diego. From there they departed for El Paso, Texas. Their itinerary will lead them to Albuquerque, Denver and other points of interest. They expect to be absent for about a month. Boil voyage, friends. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The first Missionary Meeting o~: the season was held at the home of Mrs. M. B. Dunkle on Friday, October 8th. Mrs. Tad Grey and Mrs. Dunkle offi- ciated as hostesses. The chairmen of the new departments were introduced by Mrs. Frank Burnham. A very in- teresting paper was read by Mrs. Grey on the new woman in Turkey. Mrs. Galbraith read a paper on Mexico, which was enjoyed by all present. De- licious refreshments were served. It was decided to change the time of meeting from the second to the third Friday in each month, and it is hoped that everyone interested in missions will be present at the next meeting, to be hehl at Mrs. Newberry's on No- vember 19th. SOCIAL ~NI~ PERSONAL John H. Schumacher, member of a well known lfioneer family of Southern California, passed away Saturday at his home, 522 Shatto Place, Los Ange- les. Mr. Sclmmacher was 68 years of age. The intcrntent was at Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles, on Monday. He was well known as a sportsman, was president of the California Con- servation League, and a member of the Catalina Tuna Club. Born ill Los Angeles, Mr. Schmnacher was a close friend of the Banning brothers, and was for many years a frequent visitor to Avalon. Mr. Schumacher always had a kind word for everyone. He leaves two brothers, Frank G. Schu- reacher of Los Angeles, and Percy S. Sehumacher of Eagle Rock, and a sis- ter, Miss Caroline Sehumacher of Los Angeles, and a host of friends, to sor- row over his parting from this life. Jolly Social for Tonight Tho~, who attended the hapl~y social affairs at the Conmmnity Church last winter and spring will remember what good times they had. The socia.l c0m- mittee (,f the church is planning an'~ other good time for tonight (Wcdnes- clay), to which all young pebple and adults are invited. All is free. The social will be held on the lower floor of the church, at 8 o'clock, at the close of the regular mid-week servic~. SOCIAL AND ~ERSONAI. Dr. \V. J. Harrison, who did such splendid work when the "Ella C" car- tastrophy took place last July, came over on tile morning boat one day last week, He was cordially greeted by his many friends in Avalon, who were much disappointed to learn that he had come to bid them goodbye. The Doctor has purchased a beautiful home on Doheny Drive in Beverly Hills, and will occupy a suite of offices in one of the new spacious office buildings in Beverly Hills, where he will in the /'uture engage in his practice. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Oria Hoover were mainland bound passengers last Wed- nesday. They expect to spend two weeks at Arrowhead Springs. SOC,A~ AND PtaSONA" Monday night thousands of radio fans heard for the first time grand opera. It was sent out by,KFI, and was a rare treat. THE CATALINA ISLANDER Mr. and Airs. Harohl Kaufinan were passengers on the steamship Catalina on Wednesday, bound for a brief va- cation in Hollywood and Upland. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. For Sale--Second-hand Coxe Reel-- good as new. Half price. Address Foster, Apt. 603, Omar Hubbard Bldg., Long Beach, Calif. 4040-55 AOLETE Weston House Rooms--Very special winter rates. Fine location. 40-43 ADI-ETe For Rent-Upstairs furnished apart- ment, two rooms, suitable for one or two adults. 336 Sumner avenue. ADLETe Winter Rates for Rooms-~.00 per week up. 217 Sumner avenue. 36tf ADLETE For R~tt--Cottages and five room house by the year or month. 221 Whittley avenue. 35 ~tOLIITS Rooms--with or without board. Ap- ply Home Dining Room. 35 AOLETS Jobbing and Repairing--Carpentery Painting, Etc. Address Box 1016,. Avalon. 27tf AOLETS Rooms for Steady Tenants--Perma- nent low rates. $3.50 per week up. See Mrs. Nelson, 121 Claressa. 22tf ADI.KTe Rooms and Apartaients--"The Drift-i wood," 200 Marilla Ave. New; baths;i hot water; reasonable. Phone 62@ 1 For Sale--By A;~n;r, Iot,2Q* 120, f S-room house, sleeping porcb fireplace, [ .gas, water, electrtcity. Price ~500; I r $2000 cash, balance three yea s. Le- favor, Box 16. Avalon, Cal.