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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 23. 1922
WAIMEA PEP CLUB
I. Mlyake was elected the new
president of the Waimea Pep Club
at Its meeting last Wednesday. The
members after some discussion (elt
the most helpful service the club
could render the community would
be to provide programs and activi
0 ties for the younger fellows.
The possibility of. a treasure hunt
was outlined, camping trips and the
endorsement of the summer camp
to' be conducted by the county Y.
M. C. A. committee. Father and Son
get together, play and athletic nights
9 lectures and practical talks have
constituted some of the programs
provided by the club during the
It was felt that the Dig Brother
idea, to the younger fellows would
bring the biggest returns for the
LI HUE Hl-Y IN
A full attendance of the Llhue
Hi-Y was on deck last Friday night
at the regular meeting time. Frank
Thomas was elected to take the
place of Paul Robinson as' secretary
Plans for future meetings were
discussed and adopted. The discus
sion of questions and problems per
taining to high Bchool and commun
ity life are a part of each meeting.
Our 'leader, William Crawford; gives
many Interesting illustrations from
his experiences in athletics and avi
ation. Next meeting will be consid
ered some severe tasks that the
members may be able to perform
and carry out the Hl-Y nioto of
helpfng the other fellow.
DORMITORY Hl-Y CLUB
'' IS FUNCTIONING
The program Monday night was
In charge of the religious commit
tee,' Jacob Maka, chairman. A new
order of service was introduced for
the', regular devotions. Songs and
responsive readings in which all par
ticipated were enjoyed. A very fine
reading was given by Gc4chl Hawa
ha entitled "Be Strong." A song by
Jacob Maka was another pleasing
feature. During the business meet
ing it was voted to have a three
day camp in June, to accept the in
vitation of the Koloa Hl-Y club for
next Friday night and to challenge
the Llhue Hi-Y to a game of volley
ball next Tuesday afternoon. .
The physical committee have
charge of next week's program,
Chairman Eddie Kam has a number
of trick games and stunts up his
SUMMER CAMP; BOYS PARADISE
1 ' A real, regular, honest to good
ness Y. M. C. A. summer camp and
outing is being planned for tho boys
of Kauai by the camp committee of
the county Y. M. C. A., H. D. Slog
There are camps and camps. The
association was the first organiza
tion to conduct regular outings for
groups' of boys during the summer
period. The four-fold Idea of pro
gram is adapted to a camp which
doesn't leave an idle or uninteresting
One hundred and fifty thousand
boys attended camps under the su
pervision of the Y. M. C. A. last
Interested people have already of
fered sufficient tents, rice, honey,
and spuds for fifty boys. The com
mittee will take charge of any can
ned goods, cooking utensils, dishes,
or othor camping essentials that
anyone may care to give or lend.
W. H. Rico, Sr., has offered the
use of tho Uaena camp grounds,
which provide every necessity for a
good camp site. Fresh water for
drinking, fresh and salt for swim
ming, plenty of opeu country for
games and athletics, Innumerable
points of beauty and interest, a
good road md short haul tor sup
plies and transportation. What more
could we ask? (
The dates chosen are June 26th
to July 8th.
A fee, depending on what will have
to be bought, will be charged. It
will be Just enough to cover actu
al expenses. The committee flgureB
more contributions, less cash.
Boys In all parts of the Island
are beginning to horde their pen
nies. Watch for further details.
Hot and Cold Showers
H. L. SHAW,
MISS DORA LYDGATE HONORED
Mrs. James Corstorphuie entertain
ed with a delightful bridge tea on
Thursday afternoon, honoring her
sister, Miss Dora Lydgate, who is
leaving soon for an extended trip
thru Canada. The room In which
the guests played was charming with
delicate tinted carnations, zenlas and
Mrs. Corstorphine's guests includ
ed Mrs. Foster Horner, Mrs. Frunk
Crawford, Mrs. H. D. Sloggett, Mrs.
Ralph Wilcox, Mrs. Wm. Grote, Mrs.
J. M. Kuhns, Mrs. Frank Jennings,
Mrs. J. C. Jamieson, Mrs. R. D.
Moler, Mra, Frank Burns, Mrs. Al
bert Horner, Mrs. Day, Mrs. J. M.
Lydgate, Miss Dora Lydgate and
Miss Alice Young.
Mrs. Jennings held high score and
was awarded an . artistically hand
painted shoe tree. Mrs. Moler was
given a dainty consolation prize.
MRS. ROGERS AND MISS LINDSAY
HOSTESSES AT TEA
One of the pleasant events of the
week was a tea given by Miss Lind
say and Mrs. Rogers at the high
school cottage, Saturday afternoon.
The large living room looked very
charming with many beautiful bou
quets of vari-colored . flowers. Pret
ty little maids In dainty white frocks
assisted in serving tea and refresh
ments to the guests who came in
from 3 to G.
Miss Dora Lydgate, who has spent
several months on Kauai, visiting
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Lydgate, left on the Kinau
last Friday for an extended visit
On Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. R.
A. Balester, of Makawell, entertain
ed a number of friends at a very
enjoyable bridge tea. The tables
were especially attractive with cov
ers of beautiful Chinese embroid
ery and score cards artistically de
corated in oriental characters.
Mrs. Aaser held high score and
was awarded a beautiful Canton
China cake platter. Second prize,
a tea box was won by Mrs. Mar
calllno, and Mrs. Brandt was con
soled with a handsome Chinese cake
Mrs. Balester's guests were Mrs.
T. Brandt, Mrs. W. Danford, Mrs.
A. B. Braue, Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. F.
H. Aaser, Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard, Mrs.
A. G. Clutterbuck, Mrs. E. G. K.
Deverlll, Mrs. A. P. Marcallino, Mrs.
Davidson, Mrs. H. H. Brodie, Mrs.
G. F. Rankin, Mrs. Brown and Mrs.
MRS. B. D. BALDWIN HOSTESS
AT TENNIS TEA
Mrs. B. D. Baldwin was hostess
at the Makawell tennis tea last Sat
Bridge was enjoyed by the ladies
who did not play tennis.
LIHUE JAPANESE DORMITORY
SCENE OF SMALL FIRE
A small fire occurred at the Ll
hue dormitory Sunday morning. The
fire destroyed a bed In the room of
Miss Jennie Johnson, who is in
charge of the dormitory.
A high powered incandescent
lamp was left burning over the bed
and it is thought to have set fire
to the bed clothes. No other dam
age was done except to the bed,
the fire being noticed in time.
Legion Dance is
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his harem. The latter by Frank Burns
as a Chinese manadarin.
The ladies' prizes were for the
best looking costume and the best
sustained character. Mrs. Wood won
the former in an Egyptian costume.
Mrs. Sennl as a Chinese woman
won tho prize for the best sustained
No story of tho dance would be
complete without a reference to the
decorations. The old armory was
transformed as it never has been or
will ever be again. Oriental lanterns
hung from odd and unexpected
places. The blue canopied celling
gave an effect that could only be
seen to be appreciated. A tea house
In one corner that sheltered the re
freshments was a pleasing touch to
Everyone who attended voted that
it was the best dunce that the Le
gion has ever given and the Legion
is famous for successful affairs. Any
one who missed the Legion's dunce
Saturday evening without doubt
missed one of the most enjoyable
affairs ever presented on Kauai.
The following Is the cast of the
Spirit of the East, Mrs. T. E.
Fart bearors, Mrs. C. L. Luno, Mrs.
Ladies in Waiting: India Miss
Edith Rice, Mrs. Ilufus Hugood, Jr.;
Japan: Himeko Morita, Shizuko Shl
mamoto; Egypt: Miss Lydlu Ho
drero; China: Mrs. K. C. Ahana.
Seneschal: C. J. Fern.
Incense bearer: Glenn Hopper.
Aladdin: J. S. Bodrero.
Ptolmey: Dr. Rufus Hugood Jr.
Egyptian soldiers: J. B. Corstor
phine, W. F. Horner, Sam Carter,
C. L. Lane.
Genghis Kahn: N. E. Weight.
Mongolian soldiers: T. E. Long
streth, W. H. Ballhis, II. G. Santos.
Lord Scindia: George Raymond.
Hindoo soldiers: David Luke, H.
E. Christian, A. Horner Jr., Dr. T.
Jimu Teno: S. Takata.
Japanese soldiers: J. Fugita, S.
Nogami, Y. Yamaura, G. Hironaka.
British officer: A. Englchard.
These are the palcquln bearers
Charles Anialu, Max Holte, John Ma
kananl, Antone Reis.
"BONNIE BRIAR BUSH"
A story that has won the world.
With all its beauty, fun, and heart
stirring drama, lived by real folks
on the screen. That is "The Bonnie
Briar Bush,' the Paramount picture
Teachers desiring to spend the
summer vacation in Honolulu,
by communicating with the
Rosehwn, 1366 King St., Hono
lulu, celebrated for its excel
lent cuisine, reservations with
board can be secured, and at
the Beaoh Annex, 2517 Kala
kaua Ave., Waikiki, at reduc
ed summer rates.
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class rent
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
aurant, ren- uA
J.P. CHILD, Proprietor.
YUEN KEE CAFE kapaa. kauai
GENUINE CHOP SUI on Order by Phone
Pies Cakes 6c Confectionery - Catering
'Cry Our Ice Cream
P. O. BOX 42
made In England, which comes to
the Tip Top Theater Thursday with
a celebrated cast of players and di
rected by Donald Crisp. This picture
Is adapted from the famous novel
by Ian MacLaren. It Is a we' bit
o Scotch and a muckie of human
nature. Mended into a romance that
has won the heart of the world. The
picture has been taken an? id Scotch
scenes and Is wonderfully rich In
it.1 backgrounds and Its revelation
of such vital elements as heart in
terest and sentiment. Come and see
this delightfully human picture.
"UNDER THE LASH"
Having as its principal players,
the popular Gloria Rwanson, "Under
the 1-8811," the Paramount feature
which will be the main attraction
at the Tip Top Theater on Saturday
promises to be one of the best liked
screen productions to reach tho Tip
Top screen in many a week. "Un
der the lash" is a screen adaptation
of "The Shulamite." which a few
years ago was one of the best selling
novels In this country. The novel
is from tho pen of Alice and Claude
Askew. As a play "Tho Shulamite"
enjoypd a lengthy run nnd unusual
praise from the critics.
As a screen production this novel,
re-titled "Under the Lash." loses
none of the charm or Intense drama
which made It so popular on the
printed page. It affords Gloria Swan
son, the appealing star, who will be
remembered from her sterling work
in "The Affairs of Anatol," and
"Why Change Your Wife?" as well
us other I)e Mllle successes, a new
type of role In which to prove even
morn emphatically her versntlle dra
matic powers. Her supporting cast
may well be called all-star. As the
leading man, Mahl n Hamilton gives
a polished performance and other
well remembered players are Mas-
HIS nuiii is squandered annually in "wildcat" in
vestments, according to Houston Thompson, d
oral Trade Commissioner.
NXICTY loiitlain fiuaiM-iiil independence too of
ten induces people ol' limited means to yield to
the glittering promises of extraordinary reward
offered hy unscrupulous promoters.
ONT take dunces villi your principal for the
sake oi a snuni fill rencc in llie income relumed.
C'KUTf riCATM of deposit or a Savings Account
with ihis lii.nlv meels lioili ivipiirements and
you can go to lcd at nighl knowing your mon
ey is safe.
THERE'H OX I HA HIT YOf I' A XT SHAKE OFF
OXCi: IT JIAH TAKK.X IHH.lt THAT'S
Tin: n.i visas ha hit
HAWAII BANK OF COMMERCE, Ltd.
sell Simpson. Lillian Leightoti und
Lincoln Steaduian. Sam Wood dir
ected the picture.
The story of "Under Iho Lash," is
luiil In South Africa; the star play
ing tho obedient wife of a straight
laced Hoer fainter, who believe in
ruling by the whip. It developes in
to a beautiful romance, and thrill
ing drama with suspense which re
mains until the very final fade out.
BABt RUTH, KING OF SWAT,
COMING TO THE TIP TiP
The mighty Habo Huth, home run
king, llie most widely known man
in ths United States, outside of
Ch;irlie, will bo seen on Kauai for
the first time ut the Tip Top next
Tuesday evening in his celebrated
picture, "Headin1 Home." The man
agement is expecting a house full
of youngsters at this show.
Tip Top TheatrE
GLORIA SW ANSON
"UNDER THE LASH"
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in- the Paramount Picture
' Under the. Lash. '
" THAT SOMETHING "