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PAGE SIX Published Every Wednesday at WINDLE'S PRINT SHOP AVALON, CALIFORNIA ERNEST WINDLE, Editor and Owner CH~kS. H. S~MITH -- Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in advance). Three Years ............ ~r----- Five Dollars (Only When PJ[id in Advance). One Year ..................... Two Dollars Six Months ..................... One Dollar Thr~e Months ................... Fifw Cents Single Copies ....................... Five Cents A DV ERT$S rNG-RKT-ES Display Advertising $0c per Inch, Each Insertion. 500 Inches During a Period of Six Months. 35˘ per Inch• Liners 10c net Line, Minimum 25c. Enter~l as Second-Class M'at~er March 31. 1914, at the Postofflce at Avalon, Calif. Under the Act of March 3, IS9T. The columns of the I~an~d~r are epgn to the general public, on ang of the fall- lowing subjegts: Local Polltl~ and Gov- ermhent, Fish~_g, Hunting and Camping. Items of local news interest will be greatly appreciated. LARGE CHOIR PRESENTS CANTATA DECEMBER 18 The Congregational Community Church choir, augmented to about thirty voices, will present "The Music of Bethlehem", a Christmas cantata for mixed voices, Sunday evening, De- cember 18, at the church. The text for this work has been compiled by Mattie B. Shannon, and the music written by Fred B. Holton. The continuity of this work is as fol- lows : "Ring On, 0 Song," introduction, choir, and soprano obligato. "A King Shall Reign", men's unison chorus. "The Song of Hope", quartet and ch~)ir. "The First Christmas Carol", sop- rano and alto duet. "The Song of the Morning", choir. "To Bethlehem Draw Near", Wom- t,n's chorus, men's chorus, and choir. "Let Heaven and Nature Sing", choir. "The Lullaby Hymn", contralto solo, quartet and choir. "The Music of the Bells", choir with soprano obligato. "The March of the Magi", orches- tra, men's chorus, and choir. "Halleluj',~h", choir. "The Music of Bethlehem", choir. A very capable orchestra is being prepared to accompany various num- bers of the cantata and to furnish mu- sic for the evening. Everyone is urged to attend this presentation, as it promises to be the real musical event of the season• No charge for admission. -- : O : -*----- AVALONITES HUNT CABRILLO'S GRAVE Capt. Jack Seh0olfield and party, on board his launch "Islander", left on Thursday for a ten-day cruise to Santa Cruz Island. The party includ- ed H. C. Schoolfield, Ralph M. Hey- ,rood, E. R. Abbott, and Harold Stam- fl rd. Time and weather permitting, the Avalonites have planned to visit San Nicolas, .Santa Rosa, and San Miguel Islands. At Santa Rosa Island they hope to hunt wild boars. At San Mi- guel Island, Harold Stamford and Ralph Heywood expect to collect a few Indian relics; also, they wish to trace down a recent report as to the loca- tion of the grave of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, a discoverer of Santa Cata- lina Island in 1542, who is alleged to have been buried on San Miguel Is- land. Since the 1st of December Avalon- ites have still been plucking fresh figs from the trees in Avalon valley, above the town. Can you beat it! CHRISTMAS PAGEANT On Thursday evening, December 15th, at 7:30 p.m., the Avalon High School students will present their an- nual Christmas program. Heretofore this program has been given in the afternoon, but is being changed to evening in order to get the lighting effects. The public is invited to at- tend this program. There will be no admission charge. It will be present- ed in the school's outdoor theatre. Those participating in the program will include all members of the Girls' Glee Club and High School Orchestra, and the following: Mary--Ilene Ulrich. Joseph--Eric Wilcox. Three Wise Men--Ray Arnold, Howard Bailey and Jack Peterson• Angels---Margaret Buffington, Vir- ginia Feltrop, Aileen Perluss, Hilda Salmon, Peggy Schick, Claudia Wal- ton, Nearessa Willis, Viola Hayes and Louise Stamford. Shepherds--Harley Berning, Martin Eldan, Jesse Lindsey, John Myers and Billy Wish. Faculty committees preparing the pageant are as follows: Music Director, Miss Elliott. Stage Directors, Mr. Meadows and Miss Hill. Programs and Ushers, Mr. King. Construction, Mr. Thomson. Lighting Effects, Mr. Meadows and Mr. Thomson. Art Effects, Miss Tomasovich arm Miss Rex. Decoration of Xmas Tree, Miss Bernstein. Properties, Miss Coppock. Costuming, Miss Tomasovich, Miss Rex, Miss Bernstein and Mr. Brent- ford. Make-up, Miss Hill and Miss Gross. Publicity, Mr. Arnold. Orchestra Manuel Espinosa, Robert Coleman, Leona Schatan, Virginia Allen, Rob- ert Orr, Dorothy Scott andMarion Johnson, violins. Charles Carpenter, flute. Manuel Hernandez, clarinet. Jack Harrington, trumpet. David Marin, alto horn. Ralph Barba, Joe Hernandez, and Clyde Grant, saxophones. Lyntan Smith and Harry Lillie, trombones. Andy Hernandez, drums. Virginia Feltrop and Leta Mae Bradley, piano. Girls' Glee Club Virginia Allen, Leta Mae Bradley, Agnes Brown, Thelma Cameron, Eliz- abeth Edington, Frances Mackey, Bet- ty McGarry, Frances Price, Dorothy Renfro, Rhoden Williams, Helen De- gidio, Helen Gibson, Elizabeth Greig, Alice Lee Heywood, Mattie Laws, Mary O'Leary, Katherine Winkleby, Dorothy Winterbottom, Marion John- son, Dorothy Scott and Enid Price. Violin Trio Manuel Espinosa, Robert Coleman and Leona Schatan. YACHTING NEWS By Skipper The yachts moored off the Yacht Club this week-end were, "Petrel", Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Crary and guest; "Susan A", Mr. and Mrs. Grover Jones and guest; "Dolphin", Mr. F. W. Davey; "Flying Cloud", Chas. Far- rell and guest; "Infanta", Mr. and Mrs. John Barrymore; "Seaward", Mr. Cecil B. de Mille; yacht "Loki", and "Good News". The Hollywood Yacht Club is the name of an organization formed by a group of eighty owners of sailing and power craft with headquarters at Cabrillo Beach, Los Angeles Harbor, where racing competition is being ar- ranged, it was announced by the city Playground and Recreation Depart- ment. The new club is the first member unit of a proposed municipal yacht association and plans to take the sport out of the exclusive possession of the wealthy, leisured class and bring it within the reach of the average per- son, it was stated. RALPH BANDINI IS AGAIN IN HOSPITAL Ralph Bandini, secretary and vice- president of the Tuna Club, is in the Pasadena Hospital, where he had to undergo an operation for gall-stones. Mr. Bandini has had a succession of misfortunes during the past two or three years, and was just recovering from a very serious operation of about two months ago. Just by the way of adding to his troubles, the ambulance in which he was being rushed to the Pasadena Hospital got into a collision with another car, and it,proved to be a very serious smash for two of the people in the other car, whose lives are despaired of, and Mr. Bandini's brother Elliot, who was riding in the ambulance with him, was considerably shaken up and bruised. But for once, Ralph escaped further injury and he and his brother were transferred to another car and taken on to the hos- pital, where an operation was neces- sary. We have since learned that it was successful, and that Ralph is do- ing fine. Brother Elliot will have to take a few days to get over his bruises and the shock of the smash-up. It was simply a miracle they were not all killed as the impact of the two cars coming together was terrific. The many local friends of Ralph take this opportunity of wishing him smoother sailing during the coming year, as he surely has had more tllan his share of rough waters for some time past. -- :O:~ MEXICAN FIESTA Those who attended the Mexican Fiesta last Thursday evening spent a very enjoyable two hours being enter- tained by their Mexican neighbors. Professor Espinosa's band played two very delightful ntrmbers during the evening. The young drummer, Ri- eardo Fierro, caused a great deal of comment and praise because of his youth and ability. THE CATALINA ISL 'bNESD ,E ] 1 MUw~v~; giRS a~aeg G/2~fa [~tk~nrogpae: , -Jack , 2. "Little Miss Bell-Hop', ,itl ,'~loore ,, Eileen Graham ~clu~hilS[troAn~ 3. Estudiatina Dance, ~ ng tl Blanc'he Mackey t~ polls 4 Musical Reading, ,,pleas ~|.~f Hemingway , ~dt~and M~ Leona Schatan I[~r's~n left 5. Oriental Dance, :4]a~htu,a,Y last, Maryelyn Boles ~ tafanta 6. Group Ensemble Captain--Jimmy Dowdle Preacher--Billy Brisacher. Old Man--Kenneth Kiddie--Carol Butler. Cap{ain--Billy White. Sailor--Roland White. Crew--Eileen Graham, Vi Graham, Marjorie Dorothy Burgess, Del, Katy Krueger, Mary Blanche Mackey. Musical Reading--Barbara Butler. Numbers will be present' two weeks. A Christmas will be presented on the December. SEA SCOUTS At the regular meeting lon Sea Scouts, held last evening in the Crescent ion, it was decided to bake up the coast on At 5:30 Saturday the crew handle the "Sea Scout" for ceived with much applause and laugh- ter. Manuel Espinosa gave a violin solo, accompanied at the piano by Mr. Ste- vens; Mrs. Hazel Page Everett sang three solos, accompanied at the piano by Miss Margaret Gilmore; Miss Yonge's class of youngsters presented their own orchestra, led by Isidoro Guitierrez; Manuel and Dolores Flores danced the Mexican national dance, and Tillie Machado the La Jota. After the entertainment the floor space was cleared for dancing and popular dance music was played by the band. A large crowd attended the affair and $43.00 were taken in. This money has been deposited in the bank anti will be used for destitute families as needed. Miss Yonge, Miss Torrey and Pro- fessor Espinosa wish to thank the peo- ple of Avalon who helped make this program a success. The two comedy skits of the even- drew up alongside the • ~, ,, lng, A Country Poet , and "The Pro-and took aboard a happY. lessor and his Orchestra", were re-Sea Scouts, their girl try ANOT H E--R-T-R ~S U R E HUNT chaperones. Sailing along the coast Scout" in due time arrived ° Cove, where the fun of a crowd in one row boat about thirty minutes. HoweV one was put safely asho jolly time was had evening. The following Sea Scouts ntade the cruise: Vir Virginia Allen, Marjorie Hays, Barbara Moore, Joan Lamb, Leona Church, Harry Lillie, Howard Bailey, Spud Rowley, Merle Cmnmings, lich, Charles McClanahau, Jack Allen, Donald LindseY, Lindsey. The party was chaper Ora Church and Mrs. Skipper Stevens was also present. Harry gillie smuggled radio aboard, which for dancing. Thanks, Another Catalina Island Treasure Hunt is scheduled for December 24th and 25th. Pirate gold will be at your feet. There will be a REAL pot of gold at the end of the rainbow at Ava- lon. Bring the family to enjoy a delight- ful holiday outing at Catalina. Find enough Pirate Gold to more than pay your expenses and have a wonderful Christmas• Come to Catalina! Join the Great Treasure Hunt for Pirate Gold on Saturday, December 24, and Sunday, the 25th ! 4 The regular meeting of Boy Scouts of Avalon Troop No. 1 was held Mon- day, Dec. 5. After the opening cere- mony the Troop had a marching drill, as they hope to be able to march in the New Year Parade, in Pasadena. Robert Orr reported on his Patrol hike over the week-end. Several Scouts have passed tests during the week. The meeting was closed with the Troop buglers sounding taps. Milton Brooks, Scribe. BUY CHRISTMAS Your money will help children in Los Angeles grammar school age who tuberculosis. Your money is badly nee vent some 16000 children the earliest stages of inf becoming c'harges against in the years to come. Reduce taxes by preventl~ Christmas Seals reach through the mail; they are by house-to-house school children. For the of those who may not be the mailing list, Christ~ be secured at the post local health center. ---.--.- :0:/ "What caused the fire?" "Friction." "Friction ?" "Yes, a $20,,000,, policy e a $15,000 stock. --Exchang "