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THE GARDEN ISLAND, (TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1922
THE BUZZBEE AND THE MOUSE
A prominent Lihue lady, who has
just recently departed for tho coaat,
had rather nn amusing experience in
Horolulu In regard to her room
mates for tho trip.
When she secured her ticket she
found that there wero two other la
dles in tho samo room with her, and
she was naturally interested to learn
who they were. She hoped that they
would bo nice, interesting nr.d enter
taining, not prosy, prim and pious old
maids. So she inquired at tho offico
nnd found that oi:o was Miss Iluzzbeo
and the other Miss Mouse. Hero arc
possibilities but you can never toll
from tho name.
On sailing day she purposely wont
down early so that sho might, if pos
slble, make tho ncqualntunco of tho
Uuzzbeo and tho Mouse.
Looking about for someone who
might meet either of these require
ments, she spied a dainty young lady
very becomingly dressed, and loaded
deep with leis, nnd while sho was
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wonderlrg If that might bo one of
them, a mutual friend touched her
on tho elbow, saying:
"I want you to meet Miss Duzzboo,
you nro to bo room mates, I hear,
sho is charming." It was tho Uttlo
lady in lots.
She was evidently well named.
Things wouldn't bo slow when sho
Having drawn ono prize, our Li
huo lady was quite curious what the
Mouso would bo llko but up to tho
moment of sailing tho latter hadn't
shown up. Evidently sho had boon
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
Tho seventh, arnual convention of
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion, was held at Hot Springs, Ar
kansas, April 20 to 27, 1922. People
from all over tho world worn there
and each contributed his message
to tho couventior. Many cities in
tho I'nltod States sent representa
tives who told of the wide and use-,
ful work the association was doing '
In tholr particular location. J
It iu Intcrostirg to realize that.
Miss A. Maud Uoydon of London, I
England, gavo at this convention a 1
Ecrles of talks upon "Women and !
the World's Puturo." Another very
Interesting topic was given to the
convention for consideration by two
dlstlrgulshed women, Miss Anno
Lamb o Calcutta, India, and tho
Countess Helene Goblet d'Alviella,
of llrussolls, He'vluni, tho subject
being, "Tho Business of Peace."
These well known women aro well
fitted to present tho solution of
theso problems ard able to give a
truly international contribution to
Although Hawaii was not repre
sented at this meeting, wo feel at
least their work Is well known and
appreciated at headquarters thru
tho report given by Miss Margarpt
Williamson after her visit to the
islands' last year. Following her de
parture for Honolulu, from New
York, pev. Albert W. Palmer of
Honolulu dollvered an address at
headquarters on the work done in
Hawaii. Dr. Palmer feels that at
though wonderful work was done
by the missionaries in establishing
Christianity in Hawaii, tho good
can only bo carried on by maintaining
ill II1' I IBWHIIil I i!&2i,J.v:r:A,a.'9
inter-racial good will. To quoto Dr,
Palmer, "Tho rich possibilities for
the development of Christian lead
ership In tho islands nro realized
by tho Y. W. C. A., as nn organlza-1
tlon of tho past thnt has to build
up the present, and by bolng awaro
of tho likeness of human beings In
stead of stressing tholr differences .
wo should bo able to help Hawaii
A Great Hit Missed
Stago Manager All read, run up
Stago Hand Say, what do you
think I am, a squirrel? Froth.
Yes, But Don't Bank on It
Efficiency Is tho art of spending !
nine-tenths of your time makirg out
reports that somebody thinks ho Is f
going to road but never does. ICau-1
Up to the Minute
"Aro your new neighbors modern
"Modern? Say, they sent ir last
night to borrow our radio set!"
The Simple Life
First Cannibal Our chief has hay
Second Cannibal What brought it
First CairMbal Ho uto a grass wi
dow. Journal American Medical As
"Waiter, here's a half crown for
"Thank you, sir. Did you wish to
reserve a table?"
"No. In a few minutes I shall como
In with two ladies, and I want you
to tell me that every tablo is engag
er." London Pvuing Show.
Mrs. Hibrow Did the carl you had
to dinner last night bring his coronet?
Mrs. Newrich I didn't even know
he could play one. Passing Show.
Mrs. W. T. Dunn and Infant, of
Mnkawoll, returned from Honolulu
on tho Klnau Wednesday last.
James Spalding, of Koalla, return
ed Friday morning from a two
months visit to tho mainland.
Lindsay Fnye entertained a few
friends' at dlnrer last Saturday ev
ening, after which nil attended tho
dance at Walmoa.
C. E. Mclghn, manager of tho lo
cal brarch of tl.u von Hamm-Young
Company, returned this morning
from a brief visit to tho metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. G'eofge Jottman,
nowlyweds, wero- among the passen
gers returning to Kauai this morn
ing. Mra. Scott Pratt, Jr., of Kilauea,
returned this morning from Honolu
lu whure sho Las boon visiting for
John K. Clarke, manager of Hind,
Itolph & Co.. Honolulu, was nn In
coming passenger by the Claudino
Rev. A. Palmer, of Cortral Union
church, Honolulu, arrived Friday
morning to give tho dedication ad
dress at tl.o opening of the new par
Hart Wood, architect of the new
Llhuo parish house, accompanied by
Mrs. Wood, came over from Honolu
lu Friday morning to attend the
Charles Fern has resigned his po
sition with tho Nawiliwili Garage
and will act as representative for
the Honolulu Advertiser on Kauai.
Ho will handle the Advertiser's ra
dio campaign on. tho Garden Is
land. Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. G. P. Wil
cox, Master and Miss Wilcox, Rich
ard Sloggett and Mrs. S. D. Devcrill
wero among those arrlvlrg from Ho
nolulu last Friday morning to at
tend the dedication ceremonies of
tho parish house.
Miss Ethel Damon and Mrs. Kath
eiino Cox, who directed the "Mid
summer Night's Dream for toll Mem
orial Parish houso opening, return'
ed to Honolulu Saturday evening via
Two bedroom house on main road
adjoining Watlua river, lately oc
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small building for garage and er-
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month. Apply to Lyla A. Dlckoy,
Tip Top Building, Llhuo. M21tf
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