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Avalon, California
December 3, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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December 3, 1924

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PAGE :T N ........ rilE .CATALINA- Offers for Christmas Wrapped Ready for Shipment Beaudry's Hoffman's Chocolate Creams i Fruit Centers ,, l.,., o .25 $1.50 One Pound Boxes One Pound Boxes California Glace Fruits oF i01 Sumner Avenue The third and last of tbe very inter- esting series of sermon-lectures on tile history of the Pilgrims will be given at Community (Congregational) Church at 7:00 P. M. next Sunday. These lectures are illustrated with beautiful colored stereoptieon pictures, and the singing and other parts of the service are also from the screen. The first two lectures in the series dealt with the tSeginnings of the I'ilgrim move- ment, up to the arrival of the May- flower in America. The one next Sun- day evening will describe the "l'ilgrims in the Wikterness," during those early days on the bleak New England coast. The public is invited. Renew your subscription to The 2atalina Islander, $2 per year. "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs are on sale at Windle's News Stand. Watch the world come to Catalina. Baggage Checked at Your Door THE AVALON TRANSFER CO. WE HAUL ANYTHING. FURNITURE PACKED OR UNPACKED M. L. JAMES JOHN F. MeMINN Phones 61048 Main 1048 PRIVATE AMBULANCE IvY H. OVERHOLZER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 958 South Hill St., Cor. Tenth Lady Attendant Los Angeles, Cal. Subscribe for Your Home Paper Catalina Islander t CATALINA PAREN'[ ASSOCIATION (Continued-from Page 3, as will increase the artistic tion of the cllildren. . :: 3. To beautify school grourJdS buildings in any desirable t,ecially b~" planting of sh rubbery. Community 6. To stimulate interest in Axalon a still more beautiful tractive placc in which to live.~. 7. To devise means both for ing tile public library and for makitg it more accessible to both school chil" dren an,1 the genera/ public, SOCIAL DEPARTMENT :P. T. A. 1. To provide for social meetings 'of the 1'. T. A. and for social features of the regular ~ ~eetinus School , . . sirable 2. To assist in planningde eS" social activities for the schools, -e pecial!y l)roviding wholesome infltte~ ill the high school life. 3. To make both teachers and Publ;l,.a~e , fed that the teachers are a n't~e and integral part of the life of t conulltlnitv. . " Community 4. To stimulate more and better ~:d clal activities in the communitY, ~u to cooperate with all agencies work|al~ toward this end. st" 5. To help make Avalon as irjtere :, ing a place in which to live as ' interestinu to the casual tollrJst, n~ "" 6. To 1)Jan on bringing tgether'dehi,-- as possible as many as pOSSb'~.. of tOll of the diverse elements of our c011bv,. munity life. The Ladies Aid of the CotagreO" tional Church" will hohl their ar~ntl~l bazaar at the churtsh on Tuesday eve~" in,.,, December O, at 7:30. The ladies haxe been lmsv prelm "ing for the ba" zaar since ear!v fall, and have a large supply of beaHtlful handwork to terupt prospective l)urchasers. It is desired .that all those haVilag either finished or unfinished work will brin~ same to the church on Friday alternoon, as that is the last meeting day before the bazaar, and as ~atlY members as possible shouhl be proem. The financial canvas for the support tiona1) of the Comnmnity (Congrega , ,, Church for thb year 1925 is now befft~ n]ade. It is the desire to have a- pledges '~n as early as possible, so that envelopes may be printed and dlstri" buted before January first, in orf~ that those who wish to make weeg~ I)avments may begin on tbe first o~ the new year. Several canvassers have each been assigned a group of persons to see in rev:ard to pledges. If arJy one desires to make a pledge or coO" tribution to the church for the coraBag year. and is overlooked by the ca~vas" sers, pledge blanks may be secured o~ application to any, of tt~c canvassers or to the pastor. "Yellowtail lohn" savs that we have to keel) his name out of the islander' because, says John; "LTn every tioae .you say. 'Yellowtail John' in un Paper, somebodv_ come up inv. house lookirlg for somethin'. {'n them six Easter litlies ain't come tip yet] Cause everY" body walk all over my garden." "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs arC on sale at Windle's News Stand.