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DEC. 19. 1940 PAGE ELEVEN BOy CAPTAIN J. C. "BULLDOGS" he Pasadena ]',~st of Decem- glean the following item Marinc,)vich, Avalon boy ]u,fior College : make tile progress John Marincovich, newly J- C. football captain for season.Marincovlch I,layed .8Partans in 1939, and was not tn the coaches' plans for this But Marincovich had dif- Bv his spirit, his fight, he won a varsity out the 1939 varsity g'uard, tson, amt was elected honor- John comes from Avalon "The Mayor of Catalina" IIt~, OF THANKS ret Macdonell wishes all Avalon to know how is for their many kind of Sympathy, in the recent ~r son, Stanley. He is feel- [~ceidents comments James 1rector of Motor Vehicles, needs more drivers who ahead for approaching who watch it behind cops, I~USINESS DIRECTORY Nati ~3 Cresce~. Ph. 70. E~---R-~-STA U RA NTs The High School Sugar Loaf Continued from Page 4 COLDS ARE CONTAGIOUS GYM CLASSES .(Continued from Sugar Loaf Page) sanitary habits and cleanliness. Contact should be avoided with per- sons who have colds especially in street cars. offices, and other poorly ventilat- ed spaces where the risk of persons coughing or sneezing directly in one's face is imminent. Cohts, like other diseases conxeyed in the secretions from the nose and mouth, are often conveyed by direct or indirect contact through lack ~f hy- gienic cleanliness and disregard for sanitary habits. Colds are contagious and should be recognized as such. A. H. S, LETTERMEN NEWS Tuesday, December 10 1941). The meeting was called to order bv the President, Lotfis Cameron, at 7:20 p.m. Harold Warner read the minutes of the previous meeting. They were ap- proved as read. Harold then read the letter he re- ceived from the Pasadena Y. M. C. A. in regard to the bovs (five, to be ex- act), staying at the Y. The rooms have been obtained and everything is now set for the New Year's game. A. H. S. QUESTIONNAIRE GIVEN ON VOCATIONS Miss Newton's third period classes have chosen their teams for the bas- ketball tourndment. The girls that were ~ot ch&'~"*~ a "ream will fill-in as score keeper, time keeper, umpire, and referee, for a day, and then exchange places with girls that were chosen on a team. The fourth period class is going to continue wo'king on teamwork for an- other week before /hey choose teams A. H. S WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE LIBRARY? Fairy dictionaries are the unit just begun by Miss Coons' class. Words used in fairy tales such as: gnome, fairy, dwarf, pixie, jinni, fairyland, sprite, sorceress, and many others are being included. The boys~ are making their dictionaries (m blue paper and the girls are using pink pa>cr. However. if a 0age is turned in lookina messy, from too much erasing, a yellow sheet must be used. The third grade has started diction- arv work, and have just learned on what page each letter begins and what paue it ends en. They have started looking up two-letter words and when these are finished will begin cn three and t!-,n four-letter words. The Library Practice classes have just finished looking np information on the U. S. possession~ for Miss Coppoek. ~t Avenue. This week, Miss Gross, the counselorThis was accomp!ished after long hours ~l;h- ILDREN,S APPAREL of our school, gave ~uestionnaires to of research in the Readers Guide. : ~P' 302 SUmner. Pb. 283-J all the pupils of the 9th and 10th A.H.S. grades to see what vocations they ARMY, NAVY PAMPHLETS ~ CHU---R---CHES wished to follow. AVAILABLE Vi]e~ity, Cur. Metropole-Beacon This questionnaire was given sothat --. g .~Uelou Street Circe, East Whittley Ave. the school could make a definite study Attention t Anyone interested in the 1~h DRUG'-STORES of the pupil's interested. They wish to Army and Navy may obtain leaflets i~ ~r~aeY Atwater Arcade Ph familiarize the pupils with many vo- from our school c~unselor. These leaf- ~'n~eY '417 Cr 122. cations, lets were issued by the U. S. Govern- '- - ' escent, Ph. 36. It is hoped that the pupils will dis- ment and describe the advantages off- ~CERIEs,'~-M'EATS, ETC. cuss their future with their parents, ered to young people by the Army and ~,1 Irltet, 116' Catalina On this test, Aviation ranked highest, Navy. ------- and was closely followed by related These pamphlets were sent to all "~ Itos t HOSPITALS trades, such as Airt)lane Mechanics,principals of high schools throughout P'tel 207 Sumner, Ph. 68. Welding, Riveting and Machinists. the U. S. HOTELS THE TELEPH?NE brings folks close together. It s friendly, personal f iiiii And s thrifty to use. f ii ii Why not call a friend today? ili!i i!::iii!i ~{~iiii SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE COMPANY iiiii~ili 13S Whittley Ave. Telephone AVALON 690 iii!iiiiii! BUSINESS MEN MEET AND ELECT OFFICERS A meeting of the Avalon Business Men's Association was held at the City Hall ou I)ecember 5th at 7:30 p.m. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: '~dfred H, llombard, president. Wnl. H. Heiss, vice-president. J;)hn F. Parkins, sec~etary-treasurer. All conmfittee chairmen made their reports aud the associb.tion discussed many subjects dealing with the fol- lowinv year's program. Officers will be installed at the next remHar meeting, which is tentatively scheduled for the 2ndThursday in January. O- AVALON CHURCH SERVICES Catholic--St Catherine's Rev. M. E. Murphy, Pastor Sunday Masses 7:00 and 10:00. Week Days, 3:00 a.m. Church School, 9:00 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Christian Science Society A Branch of The Mother Church, Tbe First Church of Christ, S 'ientist, in Bostou, Massachusetts, holds Sun- dav service at I1:00 a.m Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday even- ing meetings at 8:00. Reading room, 607 Crescent avenue, open 2 to 4 daily except Sundays and hOid%"s. Church edifice, East Whittl(,-. , Subject for December 22, '"Is the Universe. Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force ?" d~ S- " Community Congregational Church Anton M. Hanson, Minister Sunday Services 9:30 a.m.--Sunday School. I0:30 a.m.--Sermon, "This Is His Birthday". 7:00 p.m.--Reading, Dalai s Star of Bethlehem". Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath School 9:30 a.m and Bible class a't 2 p.m Whitney Chapel, in Community Congrezational Church. II I#4mi? STEAMER SCHEDULE TIME-TABLE Effective September 23 TO AVALON Lv. Los Angeles (via P, E, Ry ) 9:00 a.m. Lv. Long Beach (via P. E. Ry.) 9:30 a.ra. Lv. Wilmington (via Steamer) 10:00 a.ra. Ar. Avalon (via Steamer) 12:15 p.m. FROM AVALON Via Steamer, 4:15 p.m. Arrive Wilmington, via Steamer, 6:30 p.m. Ar. Long Beach (via P.E. Ry.) 6:55 P.m. Ar. Los Angeles (via P.E. Ry.) 7:30 p.m. (Wilmington Transportation Company r~- serven the right to change steamer and sail- ing ~chedul@t without notice.) AIRPLANE SOHEDULE --.--.-- A.M. Departures---Sept. 30 to Dec. 31 Lv. WilmingtonilO:iE A.M. Leave Avalon--*7:45 A.M. "8:45 A.M. Sundays and Holidays. P.M. Departures: November 25 to December 31 Leave Avalon--3:45 P.M. Leave Wilmington--4:15 P.M. DURATION OF FLIGHT---20 MII~UTES FARES: $5.00 one-way--S10.00 round trip, Combination trip--one-way plane and Ol~t~ way steamer $7.00. (From Los Ange t~ add 70c.) Tickets on reservations for trips from Wil- mington to Avalon must be taken up at th~ wummgton Airport fifteen minutes before scheduled plane d~parture, valon to Ttcke~s on reservattonstakenfOruptrlaP~t, A on two hWotlmmgton, must be #.~J ours betore scheduled nIltne departure. t(~W'iIm ington-Catalina Airline, Ltd reserver rte right to change airplane schedules with- ottt notiee.) ;i {