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PAGE TWELVE THE CATALINA ISLANI) ] ~.~i~.~;+..:+...~.~.~.:+..~.~.~:+..:+..~.~.~.@.~:~..~.~.~:+....+.~~a ARMISTICE DAY IS OBSERVED IN AVALON Refined ad' Fo (Continued from page 1, col. 1) i'i i ~ al, n~ theline t,i introducing aer~,- lrln P { , autics i,, Xa,,: V~~I ~ k'l+~m presenting 51I". l',~t,eer the ktt- _. _ _ ,, . ... . " -- ~ tcr rcturnc/1 the" c(nnl)lii[~ents given Might be cauea ,..,oss,p ......... ~ him by Mr, Seller, by statin,v, that Mr. Mrs. lamus,~m: "1)~, you believe; We haveaustrecetveda shipment ofgtft tems in ~ Seller h;td been hischief assistant i,1 awful s'tc,rv thcv tell ab,4,t hcr- ~ all the work that had been (hme in.Mrs. totmsu(l: "Of course t =.a., Hand- Decorate'*u Potter"y ~" teachin--,, the Navv. how to fly. \Vhat s" t ?"--l,,2asper (Stockh01' ~ Mr. Koger's address was net long. ~ . @." /'~ I ......... 1~ ..... ~"%" ......... ~ He em,~h~isized that the U S Xa\,v Nations christen ships becaUS{ t.tlaaawalt:; Fallt2fl lnwaI-g i was no{ built for purposes of aggres'- pa~an ancestors did the same.,t __ ~ . . . .,. ~ sion, but for protection from possible gl\lng the shll~ to the go(Is am, anti l leetrle AnDllances { attack; that it should be regarded protection. l-z- ~ yery much the same as a ?ohce fo!ce -. ~ ~s, as a necessary means oi prevennng t.;heap I~'~,~l,,, ~,~, I.l.l.l.~a-=.,~db fl~I4~l~A ~ assault from any source upon resi- .......... s thisl #IIIkPI~ IUigl/l~ ILFi I-II~l, ~,lllklClth, g { dents in the co[mnunitv. It was a tamer: "wnat. on~'artsn~el it !~ ~:" worth_ - while, .~.rmistice, . .ISa'Y. address.... chlckeun)a~fl trom,b l'ot h" w, axt er .. ~ 5" . At tile concluslollot the progranl "~U,~;*, v "XVoll air 't' ChI :- /'m &. ~ I .. ~ ~. ~1[ ..~ ..- ..I ....... /"~ -. :~.~-the au(hence was.. ,asked. to arise for b~o'h" t in its infa" ~c~'. ]t's~ :nade 0. , ~,atalina 1 laruware ~o. ,, 30 seconds of silence, m honor of the ,h ......... ,h ...... -~ .... re boiled1 "" " " ' "' " - "* Irin "on ~'" "'" ........ "~" "*~ N revered deatl, then .lack _re_a" gx Tit T~:*~ " Phone --lO0 ~ sounded Faps, bather Murphy pro- __-- .~ ncmncedthe benediction and the serv- xr_,. ~r ~ ......... ~ ..... u a~~.R~.~~~~~~.~:+.'~.~.~:. ~ce ended, conic right out and tell Jim yot~: _._ As the audience dispersed the sex'- him:a ,..d!0 ~c~x/.~.v_~, " I~~~ eral units of the parade refor!]le(1 anti Elsie--No, mother, he simply tw t~l marclaed back to the C~tv Hall, wheresqueeze it out of me. U ....... o NI it was disbanded. " I{ The q._;loth of . kllll t 18[ Thus the publ'c celebration closed-- All Clear Now ~I 1~ ~l but that was not all: . . .,,,rf} heir "Monev ~s tlae root of all evil. / I ~ ~ ~ "~-~"I-"~" ll~ ~"-~"~K.y ~l Lefore tile peot.,le reached t is the reason we all try to dig xt tl~ IR1 )~ ~ i~-~II.~ J I~ W/ homes the Camp F~re (hrls were on Columbia lester " II ll ......... ~ll their job and frcln the wav they ~ ' ,0 1| _ ill worked they evidently recmved many ...... 11,~,. ~.,~ h .... ~ gl I It certainly lives up to its name in these new sweater jackets ~1 Red Cross memberships before the stren',,th.~but']'t'~is t',',ra~'~t~s"to ~so II~ [l sun set. like a giant.--Willia1"n Shakespeare' I~ for men. A soft velvet corduroy trimmed in contrastin~ col-~l The ~[ary. W@ams Club held a ] " ' lhll lneetlng, in me. alternoon. . tne"V" t,,uc~" " '~u" siness i I[ . the American Legmn held ~ts an- ,,,..d~ [[~ ors of pure wool Maroon blue or gray--priced at $3 95 [~l nual ba ~quet at the Hotel St. Cather- "So you run a duck farm. j0u , U[ ne m the early evening, announcing pinking up? .,r~e " * ' " " r" VY ~l that ~t was open to the veterans of No; lnckmg down. --Legmn ,m ,,,, ,v~ tel all wars in which United States troops ly. T had served. I~ ~ ~ ~]'~t~/', ~ ~ r~ ~ ~] o "Well now what time do I 1~ U_,IW k.JkJlJO , ha ,et to "~,ork morn,n sP ask 17- ~1 Ott--~Vell, Lem, how goes t t g ' g. ........ ~ I~Jl clock you. won last week at the cir- new hired man. [~ YOLR bRLENDLY STORE FOR 18 YEARS [[~l cus~ "Any time you like," re.Sl ,~l~ _~_] Lem--Fine, Ott; only thing is it Farmer Fumblegate. "So s it: ~~txz'~tx~rt'~~'wta~m'm'rm'rt~~tt~nrt~frwrA'ztr~urr~ft~~[t does an hour in less than 50 min[ites, er than half-past four.' ,#._ ............. o. *, o. i "1 Would Not Think of Orderl'ng My Thanksgiv- " rkey Fr Any P1 " m Tu om ace But HINE . .o Year after year it is the same story, a complete "sell out" of Hines turkeys. People are not taking chances; they know a turkey from Hines will be the best obtainable at any price, so they order in advance to be sure of getting Hines corn- and-milk-fed birds of superior quality. We have made arrangements to get our turkeys direct from the same producer that we have in previous years, and when we say they are the finest birds obtainable at any price we guarantee just that. We ask you to see our turkeys before buying. l S)ace will not permit us to quote our low prices on all our I nrr~ ~A w~v p erArv t %J ~.J .L lk AL~ I Ak i lk AL.dAL lk .It. ~.,~ all Jk..d ~.,~ at..& JK .ai.d t,,,~ sI)ecials. A visit to ,mr st~re Will convince you that Hines is I the place to buy your entire needs for a succ'essful Thanksgiv- III PlFR Mino, antl Pnmnl [n hraa aaoh ~-'~, lZ'al~ r'~CKTAII..~ g,,~ nut Beveratre Dent III These piesare baked in our own bakery, USillg" (,lllV SOUP--Cross & Blackwells Cream Soup. III very hnest ingredmnts obtainable: Heinz Mincemeat; RI:LI HES Olives Pickles Pearl Onions Ill Pumpkin, and only Avahm Fresh Eggs. ,,e ". III \\ ill you please order ,n advance, as we do not hke t SALADS--Ir s Frmt and Sea Foods , ..... : ~. i VEGETABLES--Iris Fancy ,Canned. II] atsapl)lntnten~:s" .~ CRANBERRY SAUeE Iris Canned. III . --,,- ,-- ClDl~R--Martinellis Pure Apple. Ill Ig Ul l .ffra V.U.,LLI I .tilz l_,. _b DRIED FRUITS--New Crop. NUTS--New Crop, all kinds. Ill CELERY--fancy Utah type, large, each l(] ,I MARSHMALLOWS RITZ CRACKERS II a/i; JELL-O POULTRY SEASONING ] CRANBERRIES--ge.ui.e Cape Cod Eatmores, lb. ]l gHILEDT IuCTEs CAKECFOLFoFEER [ APPLES--fancy red Jonathans, 4 lbs for Quality Foods