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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 1G, 1922
HONORS MISS TONINI
Misses lluddloaton, Miss llocd and
Miss Horn, Llhuo school, entertained
with ii very delightful tea lust Sat
urday afternoon In honor of Miss
Tonlnl. The largo living room was
most effectively decorated with bas
kets of varl-colored African daisies.
Those who enjoyed tho afternoon
wore Mrs.'s. W. Wilcox, Mies F.lsie
Wilcox, Air. W. H. nice, Mrs. El
liot Wood, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Simp
son and Mrs. Wilson.
MRS. JENNINGS GIVES TEA
Mr.s. F. W. Jennings was a very
Informal tea hostess last Thursday
afternoon, several Interesting rub
bers of bridge were played, tea and
delicious refreshments were served
and a social hour enjoyed.
MRS. CHARLES A. RICE
Mrs. Charles A. HIca entertained
ut a most enjoyable swim and tea
last Thursday afternoon at Kala
paid. Thoso who enjoyed Mrs. Hlces"
hospitality were Mrs. Win. Hyde
Rice, Mrs. Wm. Grote, Mrs. Frank
Uurns, Mrs. R. Hagood, Mrs. Bar
clay, Mrs. James Corstorphlno, Mrs.
Shellenbarger, Miss Osborne, Mho
Duncan, Miss Dalten, tho Misses Ma-
honey. Mrs. Golding, Mrs. C. L.
Lane, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Wilson,
Mrs. T. E. Longstreth, Mrs. J. H.
M,ldkltf, Mrs. W. II. Rice, Mrs. C.
M-. V. Forster, Mrs. E. S. Swan,
Mrs. A. H. Case, Mrs. Senni, Mrs.
Albert Horner, Mrs. Foster Horner,
Mrs. T. E. Morgan, Mrs. R. F. Mid
dleton, Mrs. Sam Carter, Mrs. Ad
rian Englehard, Miss Elinor Dale,
Mrs. Will Crawford. Mrs. E. Camp
bell, Mrs. Bacon, XAs. Philip Rice,
Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. W. Hob
by, Mrs. J. Jamieson, Mrs O. R. Ol
son, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Peterson,
Mrs. Grandhome and MisS Candina
Tonlni, Mrs. Jennings, Will tiraw-'
ford, Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs. A. D.
Hills, Mrs. -Donnelley, Mrs. Caleb
Bums, Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Miss Man
ning, Miss Lottie Jordan, Miss Me
Intyre, Miss Johnson.
MRS. RANKIN BRIDGE HOSTESS
Mrs'. Guy Rankin of Makawell en
tertained nt a very delightful and
Informal two table bridge party on
Monday ufternoon. The guests cut
for partners, the ladies drawing the
four queens occupying the first ta
bio, while the four kings had sec
ond choice. Two rubbers were play
oil, then delicious refreshments were
served, after which two more run
burs weio nluyed. Tho room in which
ti.u guests played was beautifully
decorated with many different kinds
Tho first prize, a box of artistic
hand painted place cards, was won
by Mrs. Caleb llurns. Low scoro was
held by Mrs. Cannon, who received
a beautiful bouuuot of carnations.
The guests wbo enjoyed this very
delightful affair wero Mrs. J. J.
Dunlnzy, Mrs. Hr.enham, Mrs. R. A.
Balestur, Mrs. Caleb Burns, Mrs.
W. V. Cannon, Mrs. Elliot Wood,
and Mrs. F. W. Jennings.
DORA JANE ISENBERG HAS
Llttlo Dora Jane Isenberg celebrat
ed her fifth birthday Monday after-
I'oon with one of the most artistic
and enjoyable parties ever seen.
Eleven real old fashioned hoops
painted a delicate gray and tied
with tulle bows of different colors
formed a circlo in the center of tho
spacious table. In the center of
this circle stood a beautiful big
dolly smiling sweetly nt
tho little guests. At each place was
tiny baskets of candy und unluuo
favors In tho form of animals, danc
ing girls, men and ladles mndo from
peanuts and potatoes.
Tho little hostess cut lior beauti
ful birthday cuko under a shower
of good wishes. Later exciting hoop
races were held while tea was serv
ed to lUa grown up guest3 upon tho
Tho guests present wero Ida May
Grote, Mldgic Kuhns, Helen and Dora
Rice, Margory Wood, Ruth and Har
riett Locke, Eunice, Anna and Alico
Scott, Anna Gladys Stewart, Mrs.
Wm. Hyde Rice, Mrs. Philip Rice,
Mrs. C. A. Rico, Mrs. W. II, Rico,
Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. R. Wilcox, Mrs.
Wm. Grote, Mrs. N. Locke, Mrs. J.
M. Kuhns, Mrs. W. X. Stewart, Mrs.
Grandhome, Mrs. F. Crawford, Miss
Edith Rice, Miss Mclntyre, Miss
Lottie Jordan, Miss Lindsay and
KAMAAINAS MEET MR. AND
Last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Dora
Isenberg entertained at tea in hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. Josef Schwarz,
from 3 to 5. Mrs. Schwarz was an
Isenberg and her family lived hero
for many years, so that in a way
she counU it as homo, and tho In
Rations were issued mainly to thoso
vho had lived in tho community for
a eoodly number of years.
Everyone was charmed witli tho
gracious and genial attractiveness
of Mrs. Schwarz and pleased with
the originality vitality and versatll
ity of the great singer himself. Those
in particular who were fortnuate
enough to have a few minutes con
versation with either or both were
iiulte won over to them and were
prepared for tho great treut ho
k'ave the community.
The beautiful homo with its many
rare art treasures was rendered ev
en more beautiful by the graceful
floral decorations. Most delicious re-
treshments were served, and only
leluctnatly did people take their de
parture. SCHOOL CHILDREN
MAKING LEIS FOR
N. E. A. CONVENTION
It has been practically decided
that the offer of one of the mem
bers of the Kauai Teachers' Asso
ciation to represent Kauai at Bos
ton during tho convention of the
N. E.' A. in July bo nccepted, thus
making Hawaii with at least one
representative from each Island. It
Is planned that Hawaii's delegates
will also visit Washington, D. C,
and directly request federal aid from
the proper authorities there, for the
stehool work in Hawaii.
The delegates will take along
about 4500 leis, one from each
school child on this Island, to be
presented to tho delegates assem
bled in Boston. These leis, made of
paper or. seeds, and to be from 3G
to 40 Inches long, are now being
made by the pupils of all the schools
and it is expected they will be ready
to bo sent away before tho middle
of June. To each lei will bo attach
ed a card printed with tho nanus of
the school furnishing it, and the
cards will all be in tho form of
some object indicative of the Ha
waiian islands, such as callabashes,
shells, ukuleles, surfboards, etc.
"THE LITTLE MINISTER"
Tho Llttlo Minister," Barrio's
play In which Mamie Adams ap
peared bo successfully for many
years and which will bo remember
ed as ono of tho most nppcnllng
documents evor written, has reach
ed tho screen. It comes as a Para
mount picture next Saturday. The
actress who assumes tho mantle
worn so eloquently by Maud Adams
Is Betty Compson, who will bo re
membered for her sterling perform
ance In "Tho Mlraclo Man." It Is
easily her finest role this Babble
In "The Llttlo Minister," As a pic
ture It carries all the quaint charm
and slncorlty all tho fragrant ro
mance and sontiment of the orig
inal play. It Is charged with pathos
and humor too. So come next Sat
urday and bo royally entertained.
THREE STARS APPEAR
IN TIP TOP PICTURE
Wednesday, May 24, at the Tip
Top will be shown "Don't Tell Ev
erything," n Paramount picture,
starring Wallace Reld, Gloria Swan-
son, and Elliot Dexter.
The term "all-star" as applied to
a motion picture, has often been
misused, but in this Instanco tho
statement certainly is appropriate.
Consider that In this plcturo are
two famous stars, Wallace Reld and
Gloria Swanson, a leading man who
is popular everywhere, Elliot Doxter;
a young English actress with much
charm of personality, Dorothy Cum
mln; and others of note Including
Genevieve Bllnn, and little Gloria
Wood. Coupled with this is the fact
that tho story Is delightful, pure
entertainment, and cntercalniug to
Cullen Dale, wealthy and sport
loving, loves Marion Westover. Har-
vey Gllroy, Dale's best friond, loves
her too, but loyal to Dale, doesn't
let her know It. In a polo game
wherein Dale and Gllroy are cap
tains of tho opposing teams, their
ponies crash together and all go
down In a heap, the friendship of
tho two men is exhibited in their
Cullen proposes to Marlon and Is
accepted. She promises not to bo
jealous, but becomes so immediate
ly upon seeing some old photographs
Ll.-ow,Ing him with various pretty
girls. The outcome is interesting.
SOCIAL GATHERING AT
Next Saturday evening the mem
hers of tho Llhuo Japanese Christian
church will gather together, for the
two fold purpose of celebrating the
first nnnlversary of Rev. Patrick
Takahashl's pastorate of tho church
and to officially and socially wol
come new members who have come
into the church this year,
KAWAI HAU CARNIVAL
WILL BE BIG EVENT
(Continued from page one)
ance. You can bo assured, of good
music with Manuel Tuvls and Ray
mond ns leaders and manager. Agio
net Bodroro will bo tho fools as
usual, Charlie Amalu Is being caro-
fitly trained to Inlato them .but de-
pairs of being nblo to got silly
enough since Kapna cleaned up tho
Tho Kauai Kona Kanarlos will
furnish n gale of blackface entertain
ment If tho Ku-Klux Klan keeps a
way until Saturday. Kealla's' popu
lar fire chief Is tho leader of these
Have you seen a hula-'hula lately?
I.'oys, there will bo tho two best kul
dancers on Knuni thoro that night,
on't miss 'om.
Jnpanoso wrestling tho Kealia
and Kapaa teams will compete for
tho Kawalhau championship and wo
havo good wrestlers here, somo of
t'.ie best. Matsuura, well known on
local mats will act as referee and
Two thorobred Berkshire niirs. a
Studebaker car, furniture, candles.
Dr. A. W. Palmer of Honolulu will
address a gathering of Hawaiian
bom Japanese yonng ladies' and men
at the Mokihana Club, Friday night
at G:30, May tilth. All young peo
ple, of this group, are invited to be
present and hear Dr. Palmer, as ho
will have a mesage of vital import
FERNANDES At ' Kapaa, May
1022, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank B
Fornnndes, a daughter Dorothy
TAKAHASHI In Llhuo, Saturday
March 13. l'J22, to Row and Mrs,
Patrick Takahashl, a daughter
Dodge touring car. Excellent condi
tion. Model 1917. G. S. Sossions
bananas, and the Btiapplest silk
shirt to bo had will bo raffled oft
by our friend William Wcriior. Tho
chances coma reasonable mid tho
prizes ara fine. This Is n chance
not to bo missed. '
See Tony Koloha, tho world's boat
bally-hoo. You know how Johnny
can throw tho bull. Uo's going to
throw n whole herd, Saturday with
his bare hands.
Don't miss It, and rcmotnbor tho
poor children, bring 'a healthy purse
His Scattered Acquaintance
She What wero you doing after
He Scraping up an acquaintance.
KNUDSEN CAMP YOUNG
ORGANIZE Y CLUB
County Secretary Locko found a
livo and receptive crowd awaiting
him in the new. hall nt Kmidson's
camp Tuesday night, May 2. Undor
the leadership of George Kuboko,
right school has been In progress,
supplemented by a few recreational
An outline of the workings of u
Y club mot a unanimous response
for tho organization of same. With
out a dlsBcntlrg vote, George Ku
boko was chosen prosldont. In rap-
Id succession the following candl'
dates wero given their respoctlvo
offices: Simoon Floros, voco prosl
dont; Hong Hum Heo, secretary;
Sernfln Moroy, treasurer.
A ballot on a club namo result
ed In Knudson Y. M. C. A. Club bo
Ing choson as tho official tttlo un
der which tho organization would
operate, Sunday night was choson
ns tho regular time of mooting.
After a short discussion on futuro
programs and outsldo activities tho
benches woro pushed back and per
spiration porsplrntors Indulged In.
Watch -your-step, pull-across, roostor
fight and hot-hnnd furnished amuso
raont and oxerclso until tlmo was
called by tho prosldont.
Tho other mombors presont woro
Fermln P. Floros, Ellas Garcia, Mos
es Perreras, Igmodlo Sogurada, Ma
rlano Delncruz, Isldro D. Ibay, Sa
pronlo S. Decern, Sotoro Mi las
slon, Fnusto Fernandez, Agaplto
Lamgmln. Florenclo Dedlos.
Schuman Carriage Co.
Territorial Distributors For
HUDSON - ESSEX - PEERLESS
WHITE and FEDERAL TRUCKS
wish to announce that Mr. J. A. Hogg is now their
direct Kauai representative with Headquarters at the
Mr. Hogg will cover the island in our interests
and will be glad to have you phone or write for any
Prompt, efficient, courteous service
at all times
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