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(From Makawell News)
The 21st day ot this month la to be
a real red letter day for Makawell
Plantation. The day that a great
many of the employees ot this Planta
tion have been looking forward to for
a long time and without a doubt one
of the most important in the history
of the Plantation. It is the date for
the opening of our new Community
House, for on the evening of that day,
at 7 o'clock, the doors of this hall
will be opened for the first time tor
the use of all the people on this Plan
tation. The carpenters, plumbers
and electricians will have nut on
their last touches by this time and
the building and its equipment will be
ready for the use and enjoyment of
A big program is being arranged
for the opening night The first part
of the evening will be spent in, in
specting the building so that every
one will have the chance right from
the start to see Just what the Commu
nity House contains. Following this
a program will be given in the gym
naslum commencing with the dedlca
tion of the building to the use ot the
employees by Mr. Baldwin with re
sponses from several of the Planta
tion employees. After this will
come vaudeville acts, music, drills,
dances and movies. Both the public
school and the Japanese school will
take part In the program.
Trains will bring the people ot the
outlying camps to Makawell so that
everyone on the Plantation will have
the opportunity ot being present at
the opening night
For those who have not already
familiarized themselves with the
main rules governing the use of the
privileges offered at the Commuinty
House the following should be care
First and of the greatest Import
ance; the Community House Is for
the use of every employee of the
plantation Irrespective ot nationality,
and with, few exceptions, the prlv
eges offered are free and you are ur
ged and welcome to come in any time
the building is open and make your
self at home, tor It is yours. A
charge is made for playing pool, ad
mission to movie shows, work done
for you at the barter shop and art
icles purchased at the counter. Ev
erything else is free; use of gymnas
ium for games and exercise, hot and
cold shower baths after games, dress
ing rooms, wash room and toilet and
reading and writing room. There
will be papers and magazines on file
in the reading room, a library to se
lect books from, a phonograph to play
your favorite on and all kinds ot ta
ble games. What say we all; 80MB
There will be regular nights In the
gymnasium for athletics, shows and
dances. Basketball, Indoor baseball
and volleyball will be played and
clubs formed to compete against each
other. Everyone will get a chance
to use the gymnasium at regular
So remember; make yourself at
home in the Community House, It
will be open every evening from 6:80
to 9 o'clock after the 31st Saturday
nights it will remain open until 10:30
and Sundays all day except dnrlng
FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. Fred Bush of Homestead Ser
ies No. 4 celebrated the first birthday
of their little son Sidney Bush, Tues
day afternoon at their pretty home in
Kapaa. Little guests ranging all the
way from 6 months to 5 years ot age
appeared to greet Sidney and bring
their appropriate gifts.
The hostess had many dainty and
original gifts for the children, an ap
propriate one for eacn age. Baloons,
celluloid birds, dolls etc, filled the
children's hearts with delight.
When time for refreshments came,
all' sat around a circular table cloth
spread on the floor and each guest
was served with a little individual
cake with a candle thereon and Mas
ter Sidney cut the huge cake with
one candle in the center and ate a
good sized piece of it himself .
Those of the younger ones that did
not partake of birthday tidbits watch
ed with fascinated Interest in the do
ings of the others, or quietly pinched
their baloons or rattled their toys tn
The fond mothers enjoyed the par
ty fully as much as did the babies
and sensed the charm and beauty of
t as their children could not.
All wished little Sidney many hap
py returns of the day and the party.
Eda Mae Orote celebrated er sixth
birthday last Saturday, Inviting all
her little frionds from far and near
to help her enjoy the auspicious occa
Lively games and generous re
freShments gave all a happy after
BAGASSE PAPER GREAT SUCCESS
For several years now Olaa Plan'
tatton has usd mulching paper made
from cane bagasse as a covering for
new cane to smother down the weeds
and keep them under control until
the new shoots ot cane could push
through the paper and attain suffl
cient height to outstrip the wild vege
This simple process has saved the
plantation much labor and expense,
In fact it has cut down labor It per
cent, which. In these days of labor
shortage means a great deal. Just
that much more can be used for other
As a result ot this demonstration
of the practical value of use ot this
Article, the Hllo Sugar Company, of
Walnaku, Hawaii, have closed a con'
tract with the Olaa Sugar Company
to furnish paper for 400 acres of
Wainaku land for them on both
yung cane plants and ratoon fields.
The Feaft of the Holy Ghost
will be celebrated at
Sunday, May 22, 1921 '
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any of our lines In which you may be Interested.
There will be a Dance at
Kalaheo Hall, Saturday
Night, May 2 1 , 1 92 1
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To make room for new stock we are now selling more than
twenty thousand roll of wall paper at discounts varying from
' fifty to twenty per cent. , This is your chance to replace that
old, soiled wall paper with something bright, artistic and up-to-datein
Call or write for samples and make your selections early.
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They are just received from the factory and are the prettiest
shoes that we have seen for a long time. Made with'turn seles,
long narrow toes and slender French. heels.
Buckles of different designs to suit the individual taste.
Black Sstin $3.50 to f 12.50
White Satin 10.00
Silver Cloth 12.50
White Kid 12.50 to 15.00
Black Suede .15.00
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