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,NOVEMBER 6, 1947 AID ANNUAL BAZAAR "Phe annual bazaar of the I.adi0s Aid the Community Congregational will be held on Frday, Novem- 14th from noon until five o'cclock. pillowcases and fancy articles be on sale. Tea and cookies will served during ~he afternoon. The Y0Uug ladies Chancel Guild will also l~ave a table of nos~elties and other articles suitable for Christmas gifts. Joe: "That gal certainly puts on the clog, Jinx: '%Vhat do you mean ?" Joe: "Her father is an undertaker !OWn in Louisiana and she tells every- he's a Southern Planter." Shipment of SMART, NEW Lamps. Some Brass a~nd Copper Planters~ and Colorful Pottery Bases Select a Pair Today for Home. As Low As Each. BARNITZ INTERIORS 'ON SANTA CATALINA' DHONE 182 1 17 CATALINA KVALoN, CALIF. THE CATALINA ISLANDER ,i CHANCEL GUILD NEWS PAGE ELEVEN The last meeting of the Chancel Guild was held October 27. Plans were discussed for the Guild's part at the Ladies' Aid Bazaar, which is expected to be a great success. All members are emhusiastic over plans to redecorate the basement of the Congregational church. They will di'scuss these things more thoroughly vember 10th, and the actual work is at the next meeting to be held on No- expected to start soon after the Ra- zaar. The hos, t6sses for the evening were Mrs. William Harkness and M~'s. Ver- non Nielson.:Delicious refreshments were served. All members are urged to attend the next meeting, and bring all goods for the Bazaar. The v are to be turned in to Sirs. James Gibson. 4 Units - $37,500, Inc. Appx. $6500 per yr. 2 Bdrm. home. Good condltlo Several Other Goo l'ncome and Residential Buys "FOR- RENT Lovely, large. Apt Close in and well furnlsh L Very comfortable for winter living. Available til June 1st De H. Sales and 2118 Metrop e Resatals ' Ph. Avalon 50 SUGGESTIONS FROM LOCAL POSTMASTER TO EXPEDITE POSTAL SERVICE With the new steamer departure time Postmaster FIerbert A. Wegmann calls attention to the advance in the closin~z tixne of ou,t~oin~: mail. Mail must be deposited by 3:15 P. M. in order to be dispatched on the day of mailing. Because of the limited time between the arrival and departure of ma~l i,t is essential that all clerks be assigned to the distribution of incoming mail in order that it might be completed as quickly as possible. For this rea- son it is urged that all patrons do their mailing and make purchases of money orders before the arrival of mail. In this manner you will be help- ing yourself by enabling the local pos~ office to give you better service. "Have yc~u ever been in love?" "That's my business." "All right then, hc~w's business ?'" P o Sleepers and Pajamas Sizes 1-3 - 2'14 -- $1.50 to $2.95 Boys Shirts for Dress or Sports Sizes 2-14 -- $'1.59 to $3.60 Girls and Boys Cords aml Jeans Sizes 1-12 SPECIAL--BLOUSES $1.50 Small Sizes Only 4bbott's f F ESH /'U'R ORDER NO W~ live eight reeI, 21 Ibs. (r over. Ey$ a lb.