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October 15, 1924

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ISLANDER ..... ' ' PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL Irischel dropped in from Los An- for a few days visit. Pebbly Beach, October 13, ~tnd Mrs. Mesa, a daughter. [ Flarris"~u was a northbound pas- on the steam'ship Catalina on te~ r. and Mrs.W.H. Gill were among r~! ~a~;rss'ehannel passengers south- ..'~ " on Saturday. ~litor a ~ h nd Mrs. Windle are expect- .. me sometime this week, having lift Victoria, B. C., on Thursday last. ~sP~forge W. S"--mith deputy count as- Or Y *t~k '-has been in Avalon the past ~-, being busy making up plats of vroved property. Lee James and wife returned. Sun- day from a vacation on the mainland. "Speed" Shields came over from Los Angeles on Friday, to spend a few days with his family. Francis McGrath, one of Avalon's famous divers, returned Friday from a brief visit to the mainland. R. W. Jefferson, chef at the Hotel St. Catherine, has returned from a brief visit to Los Ang. eles. William C. Heftier of Billings, Mon- tana, was among the visitors to the Magic Isle over the week-end. Mrs. B. D. Halstead was among the homeward bound passengers on the steamship Catalina on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Scott were Mrs. Margaret Wisdom has returned from a visit at the home of Mrs. Heeren, at Wilmar, California. Miss Betty Scott has returned to her station in the Avalon telephone of- rice, after a two weeks vacation on the mainland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roadhouse re- turned Sunday from an automobile trip to points of interest in Southern California. Dr. Baker informs us that Mrs. F. H. Ott continues to improve since her removal to the Seaside hospital at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Morgan of Gal- veston, Texas, were visitors in Avalon over the week-end, occupying a cot- tage on Claressa avenue. ~rs ~I "~- among the south-bound passengers on"Bill" Guirasich is home again, look- -("mPaniedlrr'~-" elenMrsKerr,w ofH LOSMeadAngeleS,to Av the steamship Catalina on quite well after his vacation, dur- "--~" ing which he visited various points of ~aTa Mnday, but was unable to re- Harry Tregarthen, proprietor of theinterest on the continent. q Only between boats, model fish market on the pleasure pier bI Pat - - returned Friday from a trip to the Dr. J. J. Peckham left for his main- t,W' ~