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,, . ' - ~'; z :S~::~ - 7 ~:~ ~,~..~.-,~,~r~ ~.~-~ .... i" [NA ISLANDER PAGE SEVEN AND PERSONAL ~Esther Rose spent the week- ~Op to fhe mainland. George Frost of Pas- spending a few days at their ~on Catalina avenue. Mrs. O. C. Hoover and son r~turned Saturday from a two Vacation spent in San Diego. ~d Mrs. T. M. Polhamus have from their honeymoon on and are living at 147 J. Wisdom returned last week two weeks vacation, spent at and other California W. M. Hunt of Victorville, Cal- " a hurried trip to Avalon returning to the mainland the Host of Los Angeles was a on the Catalina. Friday corn- his family at 211 Marilla Mr. Host took his son Holton With him for a few days. Mrs. L. H. Davis are re- to their home in Hollywood Several weeks spent at the Boyn- on Sumner avenue. They ~tith them a warm spot in their for Avalon J. H. Mallows, foranerly pastor but now living at Clare- has sufficiently recovered his tlaat he has accepted an invita- to Preach every Sunday morning in the San Fernando Val- ih,.~rkB.kl' R. Scott left for the main- ;1~_'~u,~;rhursday where he joined Mayor :~vv~. Reyes at Los Angeles. They :M;,e. Planned a four weeks hunting g~ Mexico. Last season they made "Iiand returned with ~ fine re- --,,f~"~df the excellent hunting to be near Mexico City. ira. F. C. Adams and Mrs. E. E. Paid a visit to Avalon Thursday. tams gave the tennis trophies high school in 1923, and is presenting the cups for and they are on exhibition and admired. The Adams have al- a great interest in the young of Avalon. Ruthe Price enfi:rtained with a Monday evening at her Sumner avenue. The guests :d Misses Esther Albert, Helen Florence Feltrop, Peggy Mc Dorothy Windle, Violet Mor- ~dith Stone, Mrs, J. Lucas and Dummer. Dainty refreshments ~rved by the genial hostess. tOughton won the first prize ill dge contest. ", and Mrs. Fred L. Andrews who I~aarried at San Diego on October Rev. J. Dobson officiating, re- to Avalon last week. The bride Lucy J. Wilson. Both and Mrs. Andrews had been res- f Avalon for several years be- they stole a "wedding march" on The couple are now located at their bungalow cot- Descanso avenue. On their :re the couple were given the by the reception .corn- Mr. Leroy Ely of Pasadena was a week-end visitor at Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gliddings of Pas- adena are spending a few days at their Catalina home Lookout cottage. Mrs. Kate Hudson, of 208 Descanso avenue, returned Saturday after a short visit in Sierra Madre and Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor, of 211 Marill~ avenue, returned to the Island Thursday, after a most delightful va- cation on the mainland." Miss Alberta McCoy of Los Angeles was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Ehner of Birds' Nest cottage, 201 Descanso a~enue. Miss Jean McNieol and niece, Miss Isabelle MacMillan of Los Angeles, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Payette of 332 Clemente av- enue. Mr. Leonard Clarke, one of the plumbers for Carl W. Carson, spent the week-end in Long Beach with" his family. Mrs. John E. Murray and her sister, Miss Amy Wheeler, who are living at 244 Descanso avenue, have returned to Los Angeles for a short time but ex- pect to return to the Magic Isle as soon as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Robinson, Sr., spent the week-end with Mr. attd Mrs. D. M. Renton. They came to the Island to attend the Court of Honor meeting of the Boy Scouts, of which their son is Scoutmaster. Mrs. Charles Cliff, of 125 Claressa avenue, was an outgoing passenger on the Avalon yesterday, bound for a few days visit with friends in Pasadena. Mr. Cliff will leave Friday for the mainland where he will meet Mrs. Cliff, both returing to Avalon the early part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Lyon, of Pas- adena, and Mr. Charles Smith of Los Angeles accompanied Mr. W. H. Mead to Avalon Saturday. They sailed over on the yacht Idol Ours. Mr. Lyon was a former mayor of Fresno. The entire party returned to the mainland yester- day. Mr. Jake Albert who has been spending several months in Colorado Springs, Colorado. while he had been umtergoing medical treatment returne:l home Saturday. "I'm feeling fine," he told our reporter. "and I don't want you to forget that I'm going to be a candidate for the city council next election. Business conditions seemed very unsettled when I left Colorado, and I was very pleased indeed to see the big winter crowds that are daily coming to Catalina Island. That. as much as anything else made me feel quite cheerful." C. W'. Woodson and his son and grandson arrived in Avalon last Sun- day after a two months absence in the east, where Mr: Woodson was called on account of the death of his mother. Mrs. Woodson went with them, as her mother was also seriously ill. About two weeks ago, while in Canada en route home to Catalina, Mrs. Woodson was taken ill on the train. She was taken from the train to a hospital in Winnipeg where she was operat/ydtip- on. As soon as she is able to traarel she will join her family here. .. .- Mr. George Harrison of Uplands was an Island visitor recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pitts have de- cided to locate at Azusa, where they will soon take up their residence. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Webber of Los Angeles were week-end guests at the Mead home on Claressa avenue. Orlo C Hoover and family have re- turned to their Island home after a pleasant two weeks vacation. Miss Lucile Mead was a passenger on the. Catalina Sunday, returning to the mainland last evening on her fa- ther's yacht. George Clark, who has been employ- ed in Avalon for several years recent- ly went on a vacation. Returning be- tween boats last Sunday he told his friends that he had accepted emplyo- ment on the mainland. Captain George Aull and wife have returned home after' visiting Canada for several weeks. George positively refuses to talk about the patent cow- catcher he invented while on the trip. So please, Avalonites, don't ask him any questions ! Harry Mallen and party were Tuna Club visitors last week-end. Harry said that he just came over to take another look at the big broadbill swordfish that is now hanging on the wall of the clubhouse. Weight 528 pounds. Mrs. Hugh MacKay of Whittley av- enue spent a few days visiting friends in Los Aogeles last week, returning home Sunday. Attorney Frederick Baker of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Baker, Jr.,were Island visitors last week. Attorney Baker and wife have recently returned from a four months trip to the Atlantic coast and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunkerley~and grandson, Homer, of Los Angeles, spent the week-end here visftlngfheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wedlake, at their Catalina avenue home. Our last word from our genial busi- ness manager, Mr. Chas. H. Snfith, was that he was "having a fine time in San FranciseoY His letter was dated October 24. Mrs. C. E. Procter, of %os Angeles, 'who has been spending the summer with the Windle family on Sumner avenue, returned to the mainland last week. "We'll tell the world" that ',Grandma" Procter makes wonderful pies, etc., and that "good eats" usually keep cranky editors in good humor. It may interest the critical readers of this paper to learn that Mrs. Procter" will again visit the Windle family next summer. "Grandma" Procter, as she is known by many Avalonites, has been a regular Avalon visitor for a number of years and often has been directly responsible for infusing cheer and hopefulness in the columns of this newspaper. Captain and Mrs. Claud, Walton and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lockard of Seattle, Wash- ington for several clays before their return to Avalon last week. Captain Walton stated that Mr. Lbckard, who is now the general manager for the Seattle Baseball Club, sent his person- al "greetings" to all his old Avalon friends. Airs. C. C. VCeston of Palo Alto. formerly owner of the Weston apart- ment house of this city, was a guest of Mrs. G. P. Thompson of Marilla avenue for several days last week. Mrs. Jane Casey entertained at her home'on VChittley avenue last Wed- nesday afternoon. Dainty refresh- ments were served. Among the guests were Mrs. C. E Procter. Mrs. E. Win- dle and Mrs. J. \Vedlake. Admiral C. B. Wilson and a party of friends on board the cruiser LaJota were guests of the Catalina Island Yacht Club for several hours Sunday. Other yachts and cruisers to land at the club ltoats during the past week the Ethel A. J. Springer; Harry, Jr., Harry J. Mallen; Idol Ours, W. H. Mead; Patrica. Captain R. J. Cope; Diablo; Rcta Laura. and the Urna C. with If. C Chaffce on board. Mrs. F. A. Wallace gave a laouse- warming at her new home "~Nallecia, 138 Whittley avenue" on October 23rd; The party was a, l so tendered as a fare- well. honoring Mrs. Ray Dawson. Those present were the members of the Eschscholtzia Bridge Club, Mrs. Fred Reed, ~lrs. Clara Laurance, Mrs. Clarence Bunnelle, Mrs.. Ch~trles 'I)ash~ ISLANDERS AT VISALIA From the Visalia Delta we clip the following. Mrs. M. E. Thistlewhite, of Catalina has arrived here with her son, Robert and daughter, Hazel,, to make her fu- ture home in Visalia with her eldest son, Chad Windsor, who has estab- lished a dancing academy in the Col- lins home at 415 South Court street, The younger children have already en- rolled in the Visalia schools. Robert in the high school, and Miss Hazel in the Jefferson elementary school. Charles H. Smith, associate editor of the Catalina Islander, weekly publica- tion at Avalon, Santa Catalina Isla~nd, was a visitor in Visaiia yesterday, coming here to spend a few days with Frank Lawless, 822 South Church street. Mr. Smith is on a tonr of the northern part of the state and will leave here in a few days for points in that district. Renew your subscription to The ~atalina Islander, $2 per year. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES--Ten cents per line pe~: issue.. Minimum chltrge, 25 cts. Announcement--Benjamln Lefflur an- nounces that he will visit Avalon but once a month in winter. My next visit will be on the" first of December, with a stock of dresses, skirts and fqjs that wilt Be appropriate for Christmas gifts. See announcement later. MacRae ho- tel. W~/it for your gifts till you see me. Money Want~l---$200 for six months .-v-$$OO:fot ,12 months," 7 percent real :,llstate" security. Franklin, P. O. Box Mrs. Harry Pitts and Mrs.'W.. H. .1.4~&,'Avalon~Cal. 42-3 Mead. Bridge was tllc,.~t{/q4sio14 9;f. - ftern n andthe honor ~guest, W~mted--Good lot on Marrilla ave.' the a oo "- - "'~ ' " pref~t'red." MighI~conside'r'hbuse and .~lrs. I)awson, was presented with a iotblock fro~., beach, fromtow~let* only.: very beauiif~ boril~_ bas~..~ ~ ,~)l~i- 2~l~t[~ihitoti'~;~ete~.'-~" 42-4/ ous refreshinents wer~ sera~:[ .. ~ ; . . ~~ ~..-;'.~" ~': "': ." ~'~ " Hoi~deaialn~---~By the day or hour) rld come to Catalina. "M'rk "9"art~Dt~s-~'fi. ~o~"Ir205. 41tf Watch the wo .......................................