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CATALINA ISLANDER SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ~V~{.rs. Win. M. Lefavor returned home e~tnesday after a visit to Los Angeles. ~{r, R. C. Kerr was a visitor to the ~aainland for a couple of davs last Week. ttklrs. Carl Miller and daughter Doro- ay.-_ da were on the steamer Avalon Fri- Y' homeward bound. l:roklr, and Mrs. Frank Roadhouse left Los Angeles last week, to spend Weeks "seeing America." /~fiss Emeline Arce, who has been Vacationing on the mainland for some time, returned home Sunday. Miss Esther Albert is visiting rela- tives in Los Angeles for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stamford and family are spending some time on the continent. Mri and Mrs. J. D. MacLean and family have moved to Hollywood for the winter. Mrs. F. Van Treese of Los Angeles is visiting her father, Captain V. Mor- icich, for a few days. Percy McDowell, the Catalina Cubs' famous center field, is visiting Pasa- dena friends for a few days. James Trout, who is attending school in Los Angeles, visited his mother, 1W~frs. W. H. Mead and daughter Postmaster M. E. Trout, last week-end. ,r.Iss Lueile, left for the mainland ..... Uesday for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Berne H. Hopkin were week-end visitors to the Island, stay- us2fir. G. L. Kent of Los Angeles, who ing at Hotel St. Catherine and the ;.ually spends his winter in Avalon Tuna Club. ,o r,l- . ,~ v.annmg a two months visit to New ..... tork City. Mrs. I,illie Hutchins and Miss Flor- ence Hill of Pasadena, are spending a 2fir. and ,Mrs. Fred Gollmer of Sum- few days at the Hill cottage on Cata- er avenue have gone to the great lina avenue. ~etropolis of Cahfornia to .... Southern lJerid their Thanksgiving holiday. Guests at the Tuna Club include, President J. W. Jump, A. C. Brode, F. f.Miss Ada Williams found the lostH. Reed, Berne H. Hopkins, H. J. ",yr Which was advertised last week in Mallen, E. A. Abbott. the Islander. She returned it to the OWner, who was very much pleased. Mrs. Jessie McClanahan and two Mr. and Mrs. George Aull are spend- ~dg a few weeks with relatives at to, during the time the glassbot-San boats of the Company are under- going their winter repairs. f_The Ladies' Aid Society is planning ur its annual bazaar, to be held at the church Tuesday evening, Dec. 9. '/'he ladies have been busy for months, ~eWing in preparation for this event. sons, of Eagle Rock, returned to the mainland last week, after spending a pleasant vacation at Avalon. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pitts and fam- ily, who have been Avalon residents for the past three years, moved to Azusa last week, for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Thompson of Marilla avenue left Sunday for their Los Angeles home, where they plan to spend the Thanksgiving holidays. ~yr. and Mrs. John Wesley Lowe, of City Recorder and Mrs. George E. I Claressa avenue will spend Thanks- g!Ving with their eldest son, F. A. Lowe Daul, who have been vacationing in .n~ Wife, of 2318 Thompson street, Los .the east for the past month returned ~vng.eles, and get acquainted with little home Sunday. Judge Daul stated that eSley Lowe, their first grandchild,they had a fine trip. Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Jolmson, Mr. ~The latest word from Mrs. A. P. - and Mrs. George Weber, Miss Virgin- ;~lsort and daughter Audrye was to ia Rhodes, Miss Lucile Mead, Edward t~_e effect that they had seen most of Clark Arnold, Jr., and Clarence Hop- : e large cities in the east, were then penyam were week-end guests at the '~ t;,' .- . torlda, would visit most of the Mead home on Claressa avenue. ~Uthern cities, and then--"Ho,for __ __ __ ~atalina!,, The Ladies' Aid Society will meet on Friday afternoon at the church, and on Tuesday of next week an all-day session will be held at the same place. Preparations for the bazaar mentioned elsewhere in this issue are engaging the attention of the ladies. President James 3~V. Jump of the Tuna Club came over on board his fishing launch Ranger, accompanied by his faithful retainer, "Old Man" Abbott. In place of fishing on this trip, the famous rodman took said Old Man Abbott hill-climbing, looking for goats. Both decided they preferred to be on the level land. Mr. and Mrs. "Mickey" Ahern re- turned home Sunday, after spending a month visiting relatives in Chicago. "Mickey" says that as soon as he can find his summer clothing he's going to write a special letter to the Islander in reply to what "Vie" said about him when he was back in Chicago, and that he's going to make it so hot for "Vie" that he'll wegr a bathing suit all winter to keep cool. More Irish wit ! atMr. R. W. Jefferson, the genial chef hee~he Hotel St. Catherine, who has hona "wintering" in Chicago, returned e Sunday. Jeff, as he is more vpttlarly known in Avalon, spent a ~nth visiting friends and relatives in meago and Philadelphia. ~a.S!nee Sunday morning Captain Sam lykalo has been Celebrating the arri- ! of a son and heir. Sam is so de- h g ted that he hasn't yet had time to ~ot~nfer with Mrs. Rickalo as to a name r the young visitor. Mrs. Rickalo lad the boy are guests at the Catalina ospital for a few days. t~~frs. R. H. Hassler of 3641 Washing- boulevard, Indianapolis, Incl., is a guest at the Hotel St. Catherine for ~few days. She has been very much ~Pressed with the wonderful beauty or C ' t atalma Island and as soon as his Utlsiness will permit, Mrs Hassler plans ht s.Pend several weeks here with her o~Sband. Mr. Hassler is the inventor the famous "Hassler Shock Absorb- ers for Fords." THE GRIM REAPER AT WORK William E. Ward, the 21-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Ward, who was a student at the University of California, fell from his bedroom window at the Delta Upsilon fraternity house in Berkeley last Thursday, and was instantly killed. The young man was apparently attempting to play a prank on one of his fellow students and his foot slipped when he tried to step from one window to the other. For many years Mr. and Mrs. Ward and their family, who reside in Los Angeles, have been regular summer visitors to Avalon, where they occupied their own cottage on Olive street. The young man had been a student at the California University for three years, and he was considered by his many Avalon friends as a promising young attorney. The Catalina Island- er has been asked to convey to the be- reaved parents sincere sympathy for their great loss. Word was received from Glen- dale on Tuesday of last week of the death of Mrs. Evalina White, wife of Arthur W. White. She was the moth- er of Wilbur L. White, the Avalon ice man. Other children are John J. White and Mrs. Stella Emerson. The funeral services were held Thursday. Mrs. White was 49 years of age. The sympathy of their Avalon friends is with the bereaved family. Funeral services for "Cap" Jacob Willey, veteran sea captain and for many years an Avalon resident, were held Monday from the Bagley funeral parlors, Los Angeles. Captain Willey died Saturday at his bome, 2009~ North Bronson avenue, ttollywood. He was 84 years of age. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Frances M. Willey, who is some two years older than was her husband, and by three sons and two daughters. The following Avalon boat- men were pall bearers at the funeral: Capt. John Edmundson, Capt. Enos Vera, Capt. Sam Goulding and Capt. Hugh MaKay. For many years Captain Jacob Wil- " ley was a familiar figure on the streets of Avalon. He was loved by all who knew him. His pleasure fishing launch the "J. Willey/' was always a model of cleanliness, and each morning "Cap" would put on a small white apron and greet his patrons with a cheery "Good morning." An anchor floral piece was sent to the funeral by the many Ava- lon friends of the bereaved wife and family, and the Islander has been re- quested to convey an expression of sincere sympathy to Mrs. Willey, who was always the constant companion of her husband and family. Major Lawrence Mott, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, has been honored by the receipt, 'from The White House, of a photograph of the Chief Executive, autographed to him by President Cool- idge. Mrs. A. S. Laurance arrived last week at Durant, Okla,, with her moth- er Mrs. Louise Phipps who had been here for several months. Before re- turning to California Mrs. Laurance will visit relatives at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and at Morenci, Arizona, where her daughter Mrs.. McHenry Mosier re- sides. Catalina will give you the rest of your life. Come to Catalina. Magazines, newspapers, candies, etc., at WINDLE'S NEWS STAND. PAGE SEVEN SPORT NOTES Gordon Cochrane, catcher of the Portland, Oregon, baseball club, is re- ported sold to the Philadelphia Ath- letics. Oscar Vitt, for two years past third baseman on the Salt Lake baseball team, has been selected to manage the team for 1925. Representatives of the Pacific Coast Baseball League are now enroute to Hartford, Conn., for the national meet- ing of minor leagues, to be held there December 2nd. An effort willbe made to have the 1925 meeting held in Los Angeles--or on Catalina Island. ANOTHER ILLUSTRATED SERVICE A good-sized audience greatly enjoy- ed the screen service last Sunday even- ing at the Community (Congregation- al) Church. The historical sermon- lecture proved very interesting. At 7:00 P. M. next Sunday, at the same place, there will be another illustrated service, with songs and other features from the screen, and a sermon-lecture on the beginnings of the Puritan and Pilgrim movement about three hun- dred years ago. This will be illus- trated with an interesting set of stere- opticon slides. The general public is invited to attend. Los Angeles, Nov. 20. Editor Catalina Islander: Just received your post card asking" for a fishing story. I don't know any, But, if you'll publish a "confession," I'll write it.' A couple of years ago I used to go fishing at Catalina all alone. Then I landed home after .one of my trips and told the wife that I had caught a fine tuna. She didn't say anything until I said, "The next time, we are both going to catch a tuna." And, believe me, Mr. Editor, we've been pals ever since. The wife caughf four trout last month. Yours, PAL. , ... Remember that "Janice Meredith,'": the great picture now running in Los Angeles, is to be the feature at the Strand Theatre tomorrow (Thanks giving) evening. Another famous pic- ture, D. W. Griffith's great "America," is to be shown December 14th. Keep these dg.tes in mind. The Community (Congregational) Church School is preparing for a Christmas entertainment and tree at the church on Wednesday, Christmas Eve. There will also be the usual treat for the children. Everyone is invited to reserve this date. The hollow concrete walls of the new High School building are taking shape. Announcement of the laying of the corner stone will be found in another column. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES'Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. Wanted--Would like place to care for during the winter months for rent of same. Address Mrs. S. Warren, 3219 Glassell Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 45-46 For Sale--Two goats sixteen months old; also rabbits, eight does and one buck, and 12 young ones; hutches and feed bowls. All for $15.00. Apply to Mrs. Carl Johnson, Falls Canyon~; 45p Rooms and Board canbe had at the Margaret Cottage, 237 Sumner Avenue, at reasonable rates. Home cooking. 48