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r rlE' CATALINA ISLANDER !" SOCIAL AND PERSONAL _____ !.."~'r. and Mrs. Glen Sweeney are vis- ilhng the metropolis for a few days. ~Ir. and Mrs. Martin Hall and son .are Spending the holidays on the main- land. SMrs. C. \illits and son Robert of an Francisco are St. Catherine. guests at the Hotel Mr. j. W. Opie of Marilla avenue is ~i,king additions to the sun parlor of 'iIs beautiful bungalow home. . Sirs. C. Greeley, librarian, is spend- lag the holidays with her daughter, /~lrs. ]3. Gipson of Pasadena. i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gill left for the i~a).nland Saturday to spend Christmas i hdays with relatives at Eagle Rock. a ~Ir. and Mrs. C. R. V. McClanahan hrid fanfily returned to their mainland ~e Sunday after spending a month at Avalon. il in view of her proposed trip to Eng- !~_ad, Mrs. Jane Casey has sold the }~yronado Flats property, located on t hlttley avenue. Mrs. Casey plans 0 leave for England about June 1. Xlr. and Mrs. Ben Williams and son, ea Jr., of I, os Angeles, were visit- i!.rs in Avalon for several days, stop- While on a trip to Log Angeles last ioweek Harry Tregarthen visited Otto i~.i~ldinger, who is in the Golden State ~ospital with a fractured hip. Mr. ~.regarthen stated that Mr. Guidinger ~eSlred to be remembered to his many :'Walon friends.. ~Ir. and Mrs. Robert Bobbett and ~aaall son were passengers on the Ava- oa Friday, coming to the Island to ~ake Avalon their home. Mr. Bob- tt has been charge of the Hoover arket for some t~me, and expects to continue in this capacity. ~Ir. j. p. Kelley left Monday for l~erkeley, where he will attend sever- al of. the University classes during the i~i~lainder of the term. Mr. Kelley s been connected with the Catalina ,.dilUting Car Company during the [tree his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Eich- ~urn. have been on a visit to the tlantic coast. ~vVord has just recently been receiv- ed h~re of the death of J. F. Bort, a Iortner resident of Avalon,who died OCtober llth, in his eightieth year. Ills remains were cremated. The old getatlentan loved Catalina Island. His soa Milo, now of Los Angeles, will also be remembered by those who have uved here several years. 8 Ik,lr. Jack Pierce, who arrived here ,lUnday, told the editor of this paper that there are quite a number of "in- ,rested Islander readers in Chicago." nd, we thanked Mr. Pierce for those We hope that our Chicago (over a hundred of them) get Pleasure and enjoyment front our little I'sle" publication. "Good stuff s in little room" is our motto. And, r. Pierce, we like to lie as little possible. Thank you! A Happy Mrs. S. Goulding and son returned home Sunday. Captain Harry E. Nichols is visiting on the mainland. Dr. Zane Grey is spending a few weeks at Flagstaff, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wegmann ere va- cationing on the mainland. Mr. D. L. Cullen of the National Camp is spending a few days on the mainland. Gordon Malloch and Roy Lawton are vacationing on the mainland for a couple of weeks. Ex-Constable A. Sutemeier is visit- ing his sister, Mrs. Emma R. Saylor of San Diego, for a few days. Mrs. S. C. Stewart and children are spending a few days on the mainland during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Hattie Tower of Los Angeles, spent the week-end with her sister Mrs. W. H. Mead. Mrs. Tower is in the auditor's office in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. F. Burgess of Vieude- lou avenue are entertaining Miss E. Burgess for a few days. Miss Burgess arrived from England two weeks ago. Frank Stoughton, who has been in the U. S. Navy for the past three years, is visiting his Aunt, Mrs. A. Stoughton of Metropole avenue, for a few days. Archie M. Andrews, with a party of friends, came over for the week-end on board the Andrews beautiful yacht Zama. They visited the Tuna Club, of which Mr. Andrews is a member. Mr. Harry Tregarthen and children returned home Monday after their vis- it to Arrowhead Lake. Billy and Grace' had a lot of fun throwing snowballs at each other while they were up at the mountain resort. Deputy District Attorney George E. Glover of Long Beach was in Avalon last week, to check up on a number of "grape juice permits" that have been issued, according to the reports, to persons not entitled to hold such per- mits under the law. Word has been received from Los Angeles that Mr. Frank E. Hand has reached the Los Angeles honle of his son,Frank E. Hand Jr. and is now rapidly regaining his health. Mr. Hand was accompanied by his wife and Dr. C. B. Dixon when they left Chicago two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. DeEvers, who have been visiting on the Atlantic seaboard, are now in Pasadena enroute to Cata- lina. Mr. DeEvers writes: "The doc- tor says it will be a year yet before I can go fishing on the golf links." Announcement has been made that John W. Doorly, C. S. B., of London, England, will deliver a free lecture on Christian Science at the Congregation- al Church on Tuesday evening, Janu- ary 6. The speaker is a member of the Board of Lectureship of The Moth- er Church. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. The lect- ure is given under the auspices of the Christian Science Society of Avalon. The local schools will resume their regular sessions next Monday--but will take a vacation on New Years Day. BRIEF LOCAL NOTES Big preparations have been made for a Christmas dinner at the Hotel St. Catherine. C. H. Messick is making some desir- able improvements in his Maryland Apartments, on .Metropole avenue. A full-rigged sloop in the window of the Catalina Hardware Company has an attractive Christmas appearance. The survey for the new road from Black Jack mine to Banning's Beach was made last week by General Mana- ger D. M. Renton. It did look quite "Christmassy" last Tuesday evening, when most of the stores on Crescent avenue were deco- rated with colored lights and holiday presents. Services at St. Catherine's Catholic Church on Christmas Day 5, 8 and 10 o'clock. Everybody welcome. The choir will render special music at all the masses. One of the most attractive places on Crescent avenue this Christmas time is the "Waffle Shop" located nearly op- posite the pleasure pier. Read their ad on page three for a full program of the Christmas dinner "eats." Santa Claus invites everyone to meet him at seven o'clock tonight at the Community (Congregational) Church. The Church School will provide a Christmas program, at the close of which a real live Santa Claus will dis- tribute the usual treat to the children. An elaborately decorated and brilliant- ly lighted tree will add attractiveness to the occasion. Dustin Farnum is telling this story about his brother Bill Farnum: "One day, "Dusty says, "we were trolling off Seal Rocks, and the tuna were so thick that they stopped the boat." "How did you get back to the Tuna Club ?" some one asked. "Get back!" exclaimed Dusty, "Well, my brother is noted for his big appe- tite, and he just ate his way through that school of fish." A very interesting feature of the service at the Conmmnity Church (Congregational) last Sunday evening was a description of her visit to the Holy Land by Mrs. M. E. Wood. Al- though eighty-seven years of age, Mrs. Wood did not use notes as she told m a clear, logical and interesting way of her visit many years ago to the land of the origin of Christmas. Her visit to that country was on the re- turn from a missionary tour of India with her husband, who was a promi- nent Methodist minister. Mrs. Wood. who has a home on Metropole avenue, first came to Catalina Island about a third of a century ago, and has loved the Magic Isle ever since. She has crossed the channel over one hundred times. CARD OF THANKS The Ladies Aid Society of the Con- gregational Church wishes to extend its thanks to all who so generously patronized or in any other way con- tributed to the success of the Annual Bazaar. GREETINGS To all the friends, both far and near, I wish you hearty Christmas cheer, And all prosperity in the coming year. Mrs. C, B, Parker. ' PAGE SEVEN ILLUSTRATED SERVICE Beautiful colored stereopticon pict- ures will completely illustrate the story of the child Jesus, from his birth to young manhood, supplemented with scripture reading and songs, at ~he Community Church (Congregational), at 7:00 P. M. next Sunday. This ser- vice should be of interest alike tO children and adults, and the public is cordially invited to attend. "On the Threshold of the NewYear" is the sermon topic of Rev. LaRue C. Watson for 10:30 A. M. next Sunday', THE OFF-SEASON 'Tis the off-season, when the fans Can only buzz and chatter-- They cannot shriek their greetings to The pitcher and the batter. Long months must pass ere March arrives, Long months of dismal weather, Before the athletes seek the south, And ballclubs get together. And yet the winter won't be dull-- There seems full many a reason, Why this will be, till training time, Our liveliest winter season! --Baseball Magazine AT STRAND THEATRE A CHRISTMAS MATINEE A'mong pictures of special merit that were shown at the Strand Theatre last week was Cecil B. DeMille's great production, "Feet of Clay." It was full of food for serious thought. An- other interesting one was "The Silent Accuser," wherein "Peter," the Ger- man police dog, exhibhs wonderful in* telligence. Among the features on the program this week will be William Farnum in "The Man Who Fights Alone," and "The Border Legion," an- other one of Zane Grey's interesting western stories adapted to the screen, That will be shown Sunday evening. Complete program on page ten. There will be a matinee at the Strand on Christmas Day, Thursday~ All the children of Avalon are invited lo become the guesls of the manage~ ment at this matinee. Admission for adults, 25 cents. BIRTHS December 18, 1924, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Portugal, an eleven-pound daugh- ter. December 17, 1924, to Mr. and Mrs, A. Aguirre, a six-pound daughter. Mary--"I don't see any park here." Land---"That is simple; there isn't anv," ~Iary--"Then why does the sign say, 'Park Here' ?"---Oregon Owl. THE ISLANDER ADLETS ADLET RATES~Ten cents per line per issue. Minimum charge, 25 cts. Wanted--To rent or purchase, small house and lot, or 1 or 2 lots. Prefer Whittley Ave. district. Would trade lots at Lynwood (L.A.) for same. Tay- lor, 353 Pacific Ave., Long Beach. 50tf For Sale----Lot 15, Block 15. 346 Met- ropole Ave.. Avalon; 40x120, improved with 3 apartment houses; 6 apts; 16, rooms, all furnished but 1. Priced for quick sale. Write Herman W. Becket, 405 So. Hill St., Los Angeles. Phone 878-240, or. night, Main 5000. 50- 52 For Rent--Sewing machine, in good condition. Apply 225 Whitfley Ave. 50 Rooms and Board can be had at the Margaret Inn. 237 Sumner. avenue, at reasonable rates. Home cooking. 49ff