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October 21, 1931

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PAGE TEN AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM FREE TRANSPORTATION To and From Theatre for First Show, Starting October I. Get Bus at Crescent Street Station Prices, I$, 35, S0c Saturday and Sunday, 25, 50, 65c Shows---7:30 and 9:20 P.M. Wednesday, Oct. 21--Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell in "Merely Mary Ann"; a Travelogue, "Medbury in Turkey," a Silly Symphony, "Cat's Nightmare," and the Notre Dame foot- ball team in "Famous Players." Thursday, Oct. 22--~,,Varner Baxter, Lupe Velez, Eleanor Boardman, and Charles Bickford in "The Squaw Man"; a cartoon, "Kat's Nightmare," and a Travelogme, "The Land of Ma- harajahs." Friday, Oct. 23--Rose Hobart and Charles Bickford in "bast of Borneo"; Ford Sterling in a comedy, "Auto In- toxication," and a Fox News. Saturday, Oct. 24--William Powell, Marian Marsh, and I~ris Kenyon in "The Road to Singapore"; a comedy, "The Michigan Rebellion," a Pathe gubject, "The Hidden Ball," and a Magic Carpet Travelogue, "The Wild West of Today." Sunday, Oct. 25--Leon Janncy, Jun- ior Coghlan, Zasu Pit/s, and Matt Moore in "Penrcul and Sam"; a Talk- argon, "In the Shade of the Old Ap- ple Sauce," Strange As It Seems, and a Graham McNamee News. Monday, Oct. 26--Maurice Chevalier, Claudette Colbert, Charles Ruggles, and Miriam Hopkins in "The Smiling Lieutenant"; a Vagabond Adv'enture, "In the Call of Mohammed," and a 'P;dkat~.n, "In the Shade of the Old Apple Sauce.' Tuesday, Oct. 27--Adolphe Menjou, Lily l)amita, and Erich Von Stroheim in "Friends and Lovers"; Charley Chase in a comedy, "The Panic ls C,NL" and a Fox News. Wednesday, Oct. 28--Helen Twch'e- trees, Lew Cody, William Bakewell, Zasu Pitts and H. B. Warner in "A Woman of F~xperience"; I)on Brodie in a comedy, "On( Stepping," and the Notre Dame football team in "Carry On." :O: CALIFORNIA WATER COLORISTS INTERPRET MODERN LIFE The L,os Angeles Museum, Exposi- lion Park, is showing the Eleventh Annual Ex'hibition of the California Water Color Society. All water color painters were eligi- ble to membership in this society, by sending in three of their works sub- ject to the approval of the jury. This year the jury set a very high standard when they accepted only 87 of more than 200 entries. For this reason it is a consistently interesting show, re- vealing the wide variety of talent and subject matter in California. The jury included Henri De Kruif, Roger Hayward, Fred l'enney, J. N. Watson, Millard Sheets, Hardie Gra- matky, Daisy Hughes, with t:ranz Brasz and Edith TruesdeVt as alter- nates. The first prize of $100 went tu l'hi! Dike's skillfully handled "Sicilian Houses," and it is encouraging to pro- speetive members that James Cowper Wright of Santa Barbara, a new member, was awarded the second prize of $50 for his "Wooden Angel." First honorable mention was given N. Briganti's "Canna," amt the sectmd t,~ Erle Webster's anmsing transcript ,,f life, "From the Office Window." The exhibition formally olwncd Friday wit'h a reception to arlists and friends and a talk by Donna Schuster. the president. These water o,lor talks will bc continued each Friday during PIGGLY- 160LY-HOOVER Unusual Values Wed. to Sat. All Pure MILK iargecans(iimitl2) 5C SUGAR (limit I0 Ibs.)10 Ib. paper sack 49c Swans Down [;ake Flour CAKE FLOUR 2a,, Ira Pkg ....................... Jenny Wren Beady Mix FI. READY MIX FLOUR 4 tb Pkg ......................... 28c CRISCO 1 l'b CAN ........................ 23c 3 1% CAN ........................ 60c Puritan Oil I Pt. ,CAN ............................... 23c 1 Qt. CAN ........................... 40c 1 Gal. CAN .......................... $1.10 PINEAPPLE No, 2 can, Broken Slices IZc --FRUITS AND VE(iETABLES-- YAMS, ExtraF:ancy,- 8 Ibs. for 25c WALNUTS, Large Budded, I ib.-20c. --MEAT DEPARTMENT-- Shoulder Lamb Chops. 25c Pound Shoulder Pork Steaks. 20c Pound Sllldr. Pork Roast, Shnkcul, 14c Pound Sliced FANCY BACON, 30c Pound I I in I iii FREE DELIVERY PHONE 104 THE CATALINA ISLAI the exhibit by a member of the organ- ization, at 2 o'clock. This important current exhibit will continue until November 8th. --:o:---- PRIZE FISH SENDS ACTOR AND DOCTOR TO THE HOSPITAL The Los Angeles Times relates the following experience of two marlin fishermen : Tasty slices of what once was a fiffhting, 300-pound marlin swordfish today will be fed two nlen at the Queen of the Angels Hospital. They are Julian Eltinge, actor,and his friend, Dr. Earl O'D~mnell. The fish they will eat is the reason they are under a physician's .care. While fishing" recently from the "Talayak," formerly "Shamrock III," Sir Thomas Lipton's boat, the two men hooked a giant swordfish. After fighting it more than two hours they brought it to gaff. Thinking the fish was dead, after it had been brought aboard ship,the),approached their prize catch. Unexpectedly lashing out its broad tail the fish caught Eltinge full in rhe abdomen and struck O'Donnell in the hand. The doctor thought nothing at the time of his ow~n injury but rnshed l:,ltin~e to a hospital where, upon find- ing his friemt's hurts of a serious na- ture, he immediately performed an .peration. Shortly afterward O'Don- nell discovered that his own 'hand was swcllin,., and that he had contracted blood poisoningHe obtained the ser- vices of anolher flhysician t+~ operate lip< ,n him. N+,w t)olh arc