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OCTOBER 16, 1941 I IIIAL AN- AL LOS ,: o, The regular se'-'mi---~monthly meeting A RESOLUTI~Y THE BOA"R'D i]llgO,Ldv/lth ~e Lytle's ar~spending of the Plus Sixteen Club was held at ~TRIdSTEE, S O~'.THE AVALON their vaca- the home of its president, Mrs. Phyllis CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH EX- "e he~ [:" Up north. Mountain, on Wednesday evening, Oc-PRESSING REGRET AT THE ltg~ ~rs -- tuber 8. DEATH OF d tht ~ iX~artha Daly was a visitor over The evening was devoted chiefly to ROBERT O. THOMSON t, f0~ |~V~eek-end. discussion of new business. Among AND EXPRESSING THEIR AP- ~y~s ~erS, the fliscussion was collecting magazines PRECIATION OF' THE SERVICES i~rrkit] ~.as noted boarding the to send to the United Service Organi- HE SO VAITHFULLY AND CON- a zation arrd a report was given by Erma SC:IENTIOUSLY GAVE TO THE Jr. I ~r~seaSi,C nrad was among the trav- Burkittsuccess andof thePhylliSsaladM untainbooth at n thethe CHURCH ,o 0 it- ,-nng monday. School Carnival, October 4. WHEREAS, on Sunday, September i!~; ~r 28, 1941 Robert O. Thomson departed p Three new amendments to the By- s. Ral h Glidden was among those Laws of the club were adopted.The this life and passed on to the t er t#i0tts. ]~'nng in Avalon, Tuesday. life beyond; and ,o0~ |~{, ----~- club voted to adopt gold and blue as WHEREAS. Robert O. Thomson. ~:. r and during the period of his residence ir~ dolr~'. Mrs. F C. Chapman spent their colors and pins were ordered for [~,al days on the mainland, all members. Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, extend- Several members are helping Rev. ing from December, 1931, to the time ~lr a -- Hanson with the city-wide canvas of ~etlc : ~r, nd Mrs. O. Smith are spending of his passing, served this church well ~,a# ]['Weeks in Denver Colorado. church preferences, in such capacities as trustee, Sunday ~v~- ll~ ' Following the business meeting de-School superintendent, usher and ~l~s Marjorie Bell boarded the licious sandwiches with coffee and tea chairman of n~minating committee; "~'" --" ~?er Friday, bound for the main- were served by the hostess, assisted aild by Alice Beck." WHEREAS, his Christian life antt ! An attractive gift was sent to Mrs.example have been an inspiration to ~1~; ~; Dorothy Rne for her new (laughter. the members s Flerbert Haughton is spending The next meeting will. be at the of this church and eon- arliO ~"~l days on the mainland, shopping gregation, home of Mary Burns, 329 Clemente, !.% t0,~Ys. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- |~rs on October 22. All friends are invited. --o----~-- SOLVED, that we, the trustees of this ~ lef Earl Coneienne spent several LOCAL BOYS HOME church, in behalf of ourselves, the church membership and its congrega- ~rt the mainland, returning home, ON FURLOUGH f~ I -~ty. tion, do by these presents express to !01~!ti~i his wife and son our deepest sympathy Three of our boys, wearing Uncle and our sincere regret for the loss they .poEl~naemStusTriendolf~ oannad his Sam's uniform, are enjoying furloughsand the church have sustained. at home in Avalon. A copy of this resolution is to be PACESEVEN ADLET8 10 cents per,line. Minimum charge 25 F. M. "Silas" Hathaway arrived by sent to Mrs. Thorns.on and the same is ~s.o~ t~ii~atM Mrs. Fred Paulson returned # f/ed ~ home arriving on Sunday's ' L. Car'~oarded the steam- She will spend a week or Beach. Mrs. John Windle are enjoy.- vacation, taking in van- of interest. Frances Rogers left Avalon on her way to San Francisco, will spend a month or so. Johnson, who has been Beauty Shop, returned in LQS Angeles, Wednes- steamer Monday, and will leave Thurs- day. Silas is stationed at Fort Dem- ruing, Georgia, with the Second Ar- mored Division. Upon his return to camp the division will leave for North and South Carolina for maneuvers. Bob Jones and Ernie Marrion were more fortunate in their draw ~*,- a fur- lough. They will both bare fifteen days at home. Both arriveJ Tuesday. Bob by plane and Ernie by steamer. Bob is attached to the 57th Field Ar- tillery Brigade at Camp Livingston, Louisiana, and Ernie is' with the 46th Engineers at Ragley, Louisiana. Army life must be agreeable, as all three boys look in the pink of condi- tion. to be published in The Catalina Is- lander. Adapted this fifth day of October, 1941. SIGNED : David Ray Arnold, Chairman J. W. Taylor, Jr Trustee Malcohn P. Renton, Trustee J. H. Wegmann, Trustee R. M. Heywood, Trustee Anton M. Hanson, Minister o- AVACONLAY CLUB Avaconlay Club of the Community Church held its regular meeting in the Social Hall of the Community Church, Monday evening. For Sah---'Three burner O*Keefe Merrit stove. A-t order. 308 Clarrissa. P.42 ADLET Mrs. Mary Taylor, 336 Metropole Ave back apartinent No. 7. Will take care of children. Your home. 25 cents per hour. Minimum charge $1. P42-45 #.DLET For Ren~-Furnished 5-roOm Apt. Bath, G.E. refrigerator. Month or year. 318 Met roDole. 41-44 AIDLET For Rent--New unfurnished duplex. W'ould furnish. Inqvire Morse, 127 Vieudelon. 41 AOLI~T Wanted-Aggressive man or woman to book Xmas orders for Real Silk Nylon or Silk hosiery, lingerie, ties and shirts make ideal gifts. Samples fur- nished. Write 110 W. Ocean, Long B each. 42 ADLET P u b ! i c Stenography--Reasonable rates.Expert editing. French les- sons. Dawn Williamson, 315 Sumner Ave. P45 ADL~T For Rent--Apartments and rooms. Accommodates seven or more. Hillside Manor. Lucile Henderson. P.O. Box Z. Phone 673. ADLET Wearing apparel and other articles are being accepted for shipments to England. For information phone 66, Mrs. Bowman. BOY SCOUT NEWS Ten dollars and forty-five cents was made on the cake sale that was held recently to get money for the scout truck Johnny Windle was the "Guid- ing Light" of the cake sale and he and his helpers did a swell job of selling the cakes The scouts wish to thank all those who bought cakes Mr. Neal spoke at our last meeting about the Scouts in Oregon He was very much impressed with the ease our scouts An inspirational reading was given raised money. : o by Mrs. Hanson, devotional chairmanThe troop will take a trip to Little Eliza-~-ff-Emrick, and Dr.ATTENTION, LADY BOWLERS of the club Her selection was taken Harbor this Friday, Saturday and Sun- '---'- from Dauphne Du Maurier's book, day. With hope and prayer" the Perske are vacationing in All ladies interested in bowling are "Come Wind, Come Weather." scouts will pile in Ted s car, as usual. 0, Probably doing some finerequested to attend a meeting at Sport- As a token of appreciation of her un- Richard Shillander, Scribe. 4:li~ ~ M ---- land, Wednesday, October 22, at 8 p.m. tiring efforts and kindly leadership in -----o-------- ~i~or,a ~ *3rtin was aboard the steam- Plans will be discussed for the winter Christian circles, Mrs. Louis Ellington The only excuse for not repairing or t~igl~ ~.Mon-day, to be gone for sev- league games, was unanimously elected Honorary remodeling your house is not to have heard of the low cost Security-First ~'~ Td |~t. "ms. He is motoring to New Sell Catalina--Buy Avalon. President of the Avaconlay Club. The growing membership of the club National Bank loan plan.--Adv. ~0tli~. ~2~ ------ is to receive added impetus by means of a contest headed by two captains, e I;& ~yill Sweeny, manager of the BOARD OF--E-D6CATION 0o~ell] [~d Ball Club, accompanied by RULING HELD INVALI,D Mrs. Perry Woodruff and Mrs Homer AVAI.0N THEATRE tx,] la ~V,~nd daughter, is spending a Anthony. Each nmmber is to bring 0'~gbt, ~s' vacation here at Santa Attdrhey-G'eneral Earl Warren has a guest, a prospective member. The -------" ~'~# ~ " declared a recent ruling of the State winning side will be guests at a pleas- ~wo Shows Nightly, 7:IS -- 9:0S P.M. ~'~" ~he -- Board of Education which attempted ant social affair when the contest closes stli '~ Mackey spent the week-end to prohibit the collection of du'es by Mondy, December 8th. Any Seat 39c t"-t0" llfttb'"' returning to the mainland, any state-wide teachers organization Important Announcement! The An- Children 17e ~ |~t~ 8he is attending City College "discriminatory and invalid." His nual Bazaar will be held Friday, De- Above prices include Federal Tax opinion is based upon decisions of the cember 5th. Those wishing to sew for THURSDA'Y, OC-'~ER 16 t " g'eles California Supreme Court. The Statethis occasion will please contact Mrs. L~d Mrs--'~. Howell have left Board of Education pa~sed a resoln-W L. Maxwell, Phone 135-W. "PARACHUTE BATTALION" ,~1~. ~lt~ take up" their residence in tion which barred state-wide education- Mrs. Ralph Heywood, program chair- feturing Roi)ert Preston, Harry Carey . h~l~h. Mr Howell is a Standard al organizations from collecting dues man, presented a most interesting and Paul Kdly; Plus Disney Cartoon, :~ ~'~Yee. from teachers in public schools, but ,paper about our own American corn-Novelty and Travelogue. ~f tl#~d Mrs. George Taylor are inwhich did not affect local teachers or- posers. Her talk was hlgh-lighted with, . ganizations, comumnity singing of well known FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1~ s~ffj~l~fter a two weeks' vacation, Over thirty state associations would pieces composed by Stephen Foster, "PIRATES ON HORSEBACK" '~iti~ ~(2~ Will spend a month in the have been affected by the regulation, George Root and Francis Scott Key ~i~yi~t~ l~/l~,r~l~any office before return- among them being California Teachers Our hostesses for the evening, Mes- withsidy; WilliamAdded, Boydserial,aScartoonHOpalongand CaS-late ~'1| ~'~mn" Association, California Secondary Prin- dames Williams and Schillander.served Paramount News. t~ ------ cipals Association, California Society delicious refreshments, after which the ttd)~it~ellie Martin returned from a of Secondary Education, California meeting adjourned until Monday, Oc- * * * g~" ~1~-~artt vacation Her itinerary Elementary Principals Association, As- tober 27th. Hostesses /or the next SATURDAq(, OCTOBER 18 q~ndiu Yo ~,: g several days at - sociation for Childhood Education, and meeting wtIi be Mesdames Carey "BRINGING UP BABY" .o~. |~t~.~nOnal Park, Berkeley and the National Education Association. Walsh and Betty Smith. starring Katharlate H~h~rta and Cary Jose. In the opinion rendered today to N.B. The various church groups are Grant; Also, Ray Whittley Comedy. ?o:~ Gilbert D. Ferrell, District Attorney enjoying the beautiful Fisher piano in, , llafle Opie (nee Jean Har- of San Mateo county, Mr. Warren the Avaeonlay room, a gift to the SUN. and,MON. OCTOBER 15-~ ' ~k~ ~t'~l~,Vaion, Monday, to join her states: church by Mr. and Mrs. Herwig. 'BELLE STARE" ~itr ~ ~da~C "n'~3a$2edh;aget ~l~t,~MesaArtzona. Her mother The rule would deny privileges to ----o------- teachers' organizations state-wide inOn Sunday, October 19, the Columbia starring Ge~ae Tierney and Randolph their activities but would grant those West Coast Church of the Air wi 1 be SeeR; Also, latest issue of "Informa- ' ' a, , pnvdeges to other teachers orgamz -in charge of Floyd C. Shank, Christian tion Please, and News. Williams returned Tues- tions The classification does not Science Committee on Publication for ion spent at Carthage, appear to be based upon any natural, Northern California. This programTUESI)AY, OCTOBER ~I way of Grand Can- intrinsic or constitutional distinction, nmy be heard over Station KNX from "LADY SCARFACE by Boulder Dam. nor upon any reasonable classification. 8 to 8:30 a.m. featuring Denni, O'Keefe and Frances so spent a week withAs such we conclude the rule to be dis- ~ N~I; Plus, Musical Novelty, Travel- ~. criminatory and invalid." Sell Catalina---Buy Avalon. ogue and News.