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Dee. 17, 1930 PAGE SEVEN PERSONAL returned Thurs- to continental i from the north the mild climate was a north- cross-channel morning. with his fam- winter at Alta- several days last of the St. Cather- and son were on the "Ca- ng, bound for FIornin gwas ?mong *t. ~tUrned trom ,-e steamshi "Cata ~oon P " ewson made to the me- lt was return ticket. ~!eyes pretty near- tWeen the main- :~td these lovely hess here and Son Dick of on T hurs~tay's la Club their stay. Mr. of the of Los An- last . first visit to season-- eased with it. it will be re- property on of Sumner from Chi- Avalon on not to be longer stay. the glories and took many with them in the bent the day Thomp" their home -~aar given of the complete a goodly on of their to thank in dona- In every other '.ins the success holiday eetings un- which will for six Church, of the La Church, It is of the city, new build- which will this com- n high- )erial of La for- rapid address Box 520, mg to call El Cajon several Ava- to San Die- to see their Mr. and Mrs. S. Rinehart returned Sunday from Los Angeles. Mrs. W. S. Williams and daughter visited the mainland Monday. Mrs. Lillian Van D,eusen of Sum- ner avenue, sailed north Monday morning. Mrs. Harriet Waldman sailed Mon- day for a short stay at her Riverside residence. Mrs. C. R. V. McClanahan returned Sunday from a brief stay on the mainland. Victor Rosin of Los Angeles, was an Avalon visitor Sunday, for a short business stay. Mrs. M. B. Dunkle sailed for L~s Angeles Monday morning, via the steamer "Cabrillo." Tony Moricicfi was a north bound passenger on the S, S. "Cabrillo" Monday morning. Dave Cullen of National Camp, was among the Avalonites who returned home Sunday noon. Mr.. Henderson of Los Angeles, .came across the claannel Sunday. He returned on Monday. Mrs. Fanny Lewis arrived Saturday from Hollywood to spend some time with Mr. Lewis at the Hermosa Hotel. Mrs. Carl Johnson and son were among the passengers on the S. S. "Cabrillo" Monday morning, en route north. "Scotty" Brown and family were among the passengers north-bound on the cross-channel steamer Monday morning. Miss Mary Shields, cashier at Boos Bros. Coffee Parlor. sailed for the mainland Monday morning, for a two- day stay. M'r. and Mrs. R. S. Alexander were passengers on the steamship "Cata- lina" last Thursday, en route to the continent. Harold Stamford paid Avalon a short visit last week. We were glad to note his improvement in health. He probably will be back in Avalon with- in a month or two. Mrs..Percy West and son Charley, of Maiden Lane, and Mrs. Ernest Mackey and son Jack of East Whit- tley Terrace, left on Sunday morn- ing's steamer to spend a few days in Long Beach. Hearing that the bathing beauties were going strong over here these sunny days, Louis Michelson of Lo~ Angeles, maker of the Swim Easy bathing suits, came into town on Fri- day last to look the situation over. Sure enough, they were, and lots of 'era. Mr. Michelson is also an active member of the Tuna Club, and has been coming to Catalina for many years. When he was leaving for the mainland, he said: "Well, Avalon is sure getting bigger and better every year." Word has been received at the Tuna Club that our old friend, James W. Jump is much improved in health after a very long spell of sickness and lameness. In fact, he at the present time is working hard every day in order to have things running smooth- ly for that wonderful Christmas tree for the poor children which is given every year by the Los Angeles Shrin- ers. With Mr. Jump again at the wheel this tremendous undertaking is sure to be the success it always is. The late Motley Flint was one of the organizers in this work of charity and love for these little folk. Most of us are firmly convinced that we could make a success of life if we only had time.--Life. THEY ARRIVED--WERE RECEIVED--AND HOW ! Mr. and Mrs. Ernie A. Turn*r, New- !y-Weds, Given Lively Reception They came--they saw-- but--they couldn't conquer the reception com- mittee that :net them when they came off the steamship "Cabrillo" Thursday evening. We refer to the young couple men- tioned above. Mr. Taylor zs a well known employee of the Transporta- tion Department of the Santa Cata- lina Island Company--a bus driver. Mrs. Taylor (nee Flossie Jeffries) is a handsome Pasadena girl. They were married in Long Beach Decem- ber 6th. They had a cottage at 319 Clemente avenue all fixed up to en- ter when they got ready to come to Avalon. Debarking from the "Cabrillo" they were met by a delegation of Ernie's fellow workers, who, after greetings and introductions, took forcible pos- session of the young man, led him to a truck which he was compelled to climb into. The bride was gallantly assisted into the vehicle, which was then driv- en up and down the streets of Ava- lon with the shrill horn calling atten- tion to the outfit. Then, they tied the young man to the rear end of the truck, and he was led through the streets on foot. He was kept tied up for about an hour, and then released to accompany his bride to their horn.e-to-be. But alas, some of the young man's friends (?) had been there before them, and there was not a window curtain to be found in the house. And that wasn't all! There were various other evidences that the house was to be occupied by newly-weds. However, some way, the couple prepared for a night's rest when-- bur-r-r, an electric bell in some un- known location commenced to ring-- for several minutes--and the noisy thing kept ringingevery half hour all night long. Needless to say the bride and groom got little sleep, and from what the birds tell us, some of the neighbors did little better. The Catalina Islander extends con- gratulations and good wishes to the young people, and trusts that as the years bring happiness and comforts that the episode of Thursday evening will linger in their memories to pro- voke a smile. --~-~- : 0 : "--~--- Miss Rosika Trippe sailed for the mainland on Monday morning's steam" ship. The average sized man has about 7,000,000 pores all connected with the sweat glands of his skin. For Rent--Apartment for winter or by the year. Apply 221 Whittley Ave. COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE AND PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR DEC. 23 Mary Williams Club The Mary Williams Club held a regular meeting on Thursday_, Decem- ber llth. '/'he subject for the day was "American Homes." Mrs. J. H. Stamford gave such a vivid picture of the old kitchen and its furnishing that one could fairly taste the home-mode bread and Grandma's cookies. How- ever, after hearing mention of all the new conveniences and colorful equip- ment, one did not wish to return to the olden times. Mrs. C. C. Noble led an interesting discussion on constructive and de- structive forces in the home. Two flute solos by Charles Carpen- ter were greatly enjoyed. The following ladies were elected to membership: Mrs. Katherine Rassau, Mrs. Opal Wlnkteby, Mrs. J. E. Hol- lingsworth, Mrs. Jack C. Davis, Mrs. H. V. Seppings, Miss Elizabeth Gross and Miss Caroline Gross. Plans for the Comnmnity Christmas" tree and program were discussed and perfected. It will be held at the Ri- viera Theatre on Tuesday evening, December 23rd, when it is hoped that every child in the community may be made happy. The hour will be 7 o'clock. Chairmen of events are: Mrs. C. W. Carspn. finance: Mrs. D. M. Renton. program; Mrs. W. H. Price, tree and treats. Anyone wishing to make donations to Christmas Tree Fund, please com- municate with Mrs. Carl W. Carson. ---:o:-- Congregational Ch.rch Notes By Rev. Dr. Ratcliffe Mid-week meeting Wednesday eve- ning at 7:30. The public of Avalon welcome . to this meeting. Subject, "How We Got Our Denominations." Sunday, Dec. 21--Church School at 9:30. Classes for all ages. Those who as yet have made no Sunday School attachments are especially invited. All children need religiousinstruction, and none are too young. Morning Worship, 10:30--Subject. "A Christmas Message." Evening at &-The Young People's Society will hold a Candle Light ser- vice. All High School students and young people in general are cordially invited. A fine program has been ar- ranged to which the public is cordial- lv invited. Several nmsical items. Evening at 7---~The choir will render the cantata, "King of Peace." This is a tuneful and pleasing cantata and all who hear it will appreciate its rues- sage. The Church School Christmas tree and excellent program will be given Christmas Eve, December 24th, at 7:30. THE ISLANDER ADLETS A careiul reading of these Adlets will reveal many bargains that oth- wise you might miss. RATES--10 cents per line For Sal~---A.dolph Klein piano. Ad- dress Gordon Johnson, 310-B, Whit- tley Ave. 50p AOLIETS So You May Know Me--I, Bowles, who makes the delicious wedding and birthday cakes for the Hoover Bak- ery, is the man who makes the Mac- beth Honey Kist Popcorn Crisp. Fresh every day, The people all say it is keen . I also have the Double- Jointed, Double-Breasted Jumbo Pea- nuts from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia; also a fine assortment of Penny Candies for the children. Mac- beth, the Popcorn Man, at the Piggly Wiggly. If you don't trade .with me we both lose money. 50 AOLETI For Rent---Rooms and cottages by year. month or week. Mrs. Westbrook. 217 Sumner Ave. 34tf 'S ' For Sale---Boy bicycle in excellent condition, 317 Clemente. 50 ADLI[TS For Sale--Underwood standard por- table typewriter, double shift. In first class condition. Call 58-W. 50 ~ ~)LETS For Sale--Chaise longue (wicker ware). 351 Claressa. Phone 521. 50p ADLI~T$ For Sah--Lefavor's Place, 332 Met- ropole Ave. Large lot, 40x120, 5-rm. house on r*ar 40, leavin~ front 40x80 clear to build income; 3 bedrooms and 20-ft. glassed sleeping porch. Bearing orange, lemon, tangerine, fig, peach, apricot and plum tr-es; others comirm in. Roses, shrubbery and flowers; A comfortable place, furnished as is. Equity $4,000 mtge. $2,000. 12 ADLET8 Our Adler Column helps Try it