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December 17, 1930

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bec. 17, 1930 the DIES With the at Prices S e &Ssorted lb. 85c PAGE THREE "HOTSY-TOTSY" By "Gossiping E,yes" Mickey "Totsy" is a word that with "Hotsy" de- fines a hot time in the old town tonight, or something to that effect. "Tootsie" re- lates to the feet of a woman, and "(logs" t) those of a man. Now you can see one of the teachers in the school for any further definitions. But, all of the above are connected with Catalina's BIG NIGHT for the natives and visitors, and HOWDY! The NEW YEAR'S EVE MAS- QUERADE AND BALL at the New Casino this year promises to eclipse all previous affairs. Twenty-five hand- some PRIZES have so far been d(;nated by Avalon merchants. No town in the country--honestly, can compete with Avalon folks and visitors in the designing of unique, original, comical and handsome cos- tumes. GET STARTED O,N YOURS now! You have more fun when you doll up. Make it 100 per cent. Join in the fun and make the visitors to the Island enjoy the outfits even more than formerly. Come out, some of you old-timers and former prize-win- ner's. Come out of that shell and be YOUNG again. AND... they CAN do it. I know. Boy and girlie--that's the Annual Outing of my little wifie and I. Why, we just grow older looking forward to Catalina's New Year's Ball. Our costumes were started last night and we're out to BEAT YOU. Tinch, when you squeeze your fair partner's hand while dancing and ... oh .... HOTSY TOq'SY! What Fun! You're only young once, as Frank Roadhouse remarked, while combing his graying locks. More next week in detail regarding prizes, etc., etc. Attaboy and girl-- get started on your plans NOa~" and I'll cat] for you in my chariot and beat the taxi out of some business. New Year's Eve--Masquerade Ball Horns --Hats --Noise makers-- Bal- loons- Dancing-- F U N !!! Till 12:30 A.M. Hold it--Here's the best part--It's ALL FREE. Distinctive Gifts foF MeH A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF USEFUL GIFTS The eleznentary children were sur- prised, delighted and overwhelmed with a charming luncheon given to them by the school cafeteria. The tables were decorated with faw~rs made from candy, nuts, raisins and marshmallows. They were made in the forms of animals and looked like an honest to goodness menagerie. -----: O :--- Miss Thehna Smith was an Island visitor Sunday, having crossed the channel with Walter Armstrong in his speedboat. They returned northward early in the afternoon. ------: O:-- A glorious cantata, "The King of Peace," by Emerson, will be given at Comnmnity Congregational Church Sunday evening. Come and hear it. f Xmas Oift is YOUr Give a Book Open evening[tom 5 to 9:30 Bert Scott--Scotty Brown, Claude ][]~00][~ PLACE Walton, "Whitey" Packman, Jimmy Avalon Towne Shop ,,, Trimble, Jim Ramsey, Johnnie Windle [ and Gilbert Hemmingway will pr~b-] Riviera Theatre Bldg. ---== ably show up as usual in unique out- Xmas Cards fits and add to the fun and Hobbs l promises to have his Orchestra in t harmony for the occasion. 1 mean " Novelties harmonious attire--of course! Larry "[;or Rent" and "For Sale" signs are Paper promises to look the other way on s;de at The Catalina Islander Office. ] ! I Sunny Maid Washin Powder I' llI, Plifl. ~k_)l'~lilllJ~:5 l-l-l~.-J~ Eatmor .1-, ,.to ] Winter Nellls Onions SrP N'S i", 5 Ibs. . IOc 15 Switts or Cudahy's I Swifts premium [ VE.AL ROAST SHORTENING [ Skinned tlAIT ..S [ U.S. nspected calves , 2 Ibs. [ !6 or whole, lb. 29! c [ 19c lb. Don t forget this is the last week to order your Xmas Turkey. The right Birds at the right prices. We guarantee quality. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY