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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 122
SELWYN ROBINSON TO BE
Miss Kthcl Nowell, daughter of
Mr. ami Mrs. Frederick Nowell of
Oakland, C'al., will become tl.e bride
of Selwyn Uobinson, son of Mr. alW
Mrs. Aubrey Uobinson, of Maku
weli, at St. Marks Episcopal church
in Oakland tomorrow.
Miss Kleunor Kobinso:', a si.itor
of the groom clod, will act as one
of bridesmaids. The young cou
ple will make their future home at
MRS. HOFGAARD AND DAUGHTER
One of the most enjoyable social
functions of the past week was a
bridge. tv.'A sewing party given by
Mrs. C 11. Hofgaard and her daugh
ter. Mrs. A. G. C'lutterbuck, of Wai
mea. in honor of Mrs. CHUterbuck's
birthday. The players were placed
at five tables a series of pivot rub
bers being played during the after
noon. Mrs. f.ntue was the fortunate
winner of the first prize, a beauti
ful rose ilk sofa cushion. Mrs.
Aast-r won second prize, a dainty
lavetular npnm and Mrs. Dwfght
Haldwin was awarded artistic bridge
tally cards for low score.
The hulies who brought their sew
ing sat on the cool lanal urtil bridge
was over, then all adjourned to the
spacious dining room where a dainty
buffet luncheon was served, consist
ing of chicken salad served a la buf
fet, sponge cake and tea. i.ta. N.
Brown and Mrs. K. A, ( reevey as
sisted in pouring tl.o tea.
The diring table was beautifully
decorated with yellow coreopsis,
while flowers in shades of pink and
lavendar adorned the librnry and
parlor where the bridge players sat.
Those who enjoyed the afternoon
were Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Whitting
tor, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. II. II. Crodie,
Mr:. A. Braue, Mrs. It. A. liallister.
Mrs. E. G. K. Deverill, Mrs. N. Brown,
Mrs. C. Uutchard, Mrs. D. D. Cruick
shank, Mrs. E. L. Damkroger, Mrs.
E. A. Creevey, Mi's. D. Baldwin, Mrs.
A. Q. Marcallino, Mr. M. E. Car
ver, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. V. C. Can
non. Mrs. G. B. Tuttle, Mrs. F. H.
Aaser, Mrs. Wm. Danford, Miss Mar
garet Burt, Miss Vivian Douglas, Miss
Whittii'gton, R.lss Joycu Whitting
ton. Miss Julia Fryer and Miss Caro
IS SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR
The first dance given by the Wai-mea-Kekaha
Social Club at the Wai
mea Hall was one of the most suc
cessful affairs given this year. The
crowd that attended was one of the
largest that has attended an affair
of this kind, nearly everyone from
the west side being present.
To insure good music, the commit
tee had Alapaki Smith's jazz band
and it can be seen that the crowd
had a good time by the fact that they
danced until 2 o'clock a. m.
Delicious refreshments in the
form of sandwiches, ice cream, cof
fee and cake, were served at 12
o'clock, after which, the dancing con
tinued until a late hour.
HELE LOAS HAVE BUFFET
SUPPER AT PAPALINAHOA
"THE MIKADO" TO BE
STAGED EARLY IN JUNE
AT NEW PARISH HOUSE
While the exact date haa not been
set, it has been decided to present
the comic opera "The Mikado," early
in June at the Parish House In LI
The cast has been practicing
fur two months now and the play
is shaping up in wonderful shape.
The first practice ut the Parish
i louse was held last night.
"The Mikado" will be tl.e"second
;!iturtatnniont to bo given In the
li w parish house. The Japanese
ii'.u:'try will adapt itself well to
he stage and the layout of the
.niiluing. The excellent acoustics of
A.-i house insure the audience of
Hearing every word of the songs
.ml speech of this popular opera.
The complete cust of the opera
vill be announced in next week's
I.irdcn Island. Thu story, briefly, is
his: The Mikado of Japan fctu or-
lered that tl.re be no flirting ar-
und his court. Kat.sha, an elderly
ady of the court, accuses Nanki
o, the Mikado's so:-, of flirting with
i.-r and decliires her love for l.tm.
lie Mikado in a wrath orders Nankl
'o to i. tarry Kati.sha in ten days
- he beheaded.
N'anki-Po is not at all enamored
,';th Katislia. He decides that he
vill run away rather than marry
he dumo. So lie flies to the town
I' 'i'itipu, disguised as a trombone
.l.iynr. There he falls in love with
.im Yum, the ward of Ko-Ko, the
o rd high executioner of Titlpu.
Ko-Ko is also In love with, his
.art'.. When, he finds out that she
os Nanki-T'o, he decides that the
asii st way out of his difficulties is
i) behead Nanki-Po. Although hp
i'unes his mind as to this drastic
.ction, he reports to the Mikado that
.e has done bo. Katisha is much
united at this and mukes a com
plaint to the Mikado. The Mikado
eis the justice of her complaint
i:! tells Ko-Ko that if he does not
.' in the love of Katisha in ten min-
ltes he will be boiled in oil. The
way poor Ko-Ko gets busy and wins
Lut old girl always wins the audi
.j.nce. And with the particular local
'.alent that is to present the play,
the audience is sure to get some
The Hele Loas were most delight
fully entertained at a but'fett supper
at Papalinahoa as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. D. Slognett, last Tuesday
There were twenty-eight of them,
all told, every member who could
possibly sit and take nourishment was
there, and they made u very happy
and merry party.
Needless to say, the supper was mots
excellent aid was most thoroughly
Leisurely, after supper, tho meet
ing was called to order by the presi
dent and two or three matters of bus
iness were dispatched.
One of these was the Hawaiian ev
ening program for. the balance of the
seusoM. It was unanimously decided
to have these instructive evenings ev
ery week Instead of bi-weekly. This
was in order to cover tho ground I
and complete the course which the
leader had in mind.
Tho special ewnt of the evening
proved to lie a story illustrating the
transition stage of the Hawaiian
mind and outlook. "The Wainiha Hui
and the Advent of the Power Plant."
It wbb the story of W. K. Howell's
attempt to secure a fifty years lease
from the Hui of tin Wainiha water
It was most graphic In its presen
tation of tho gropings and miscon
ceptions of the Hawaiian mind iti re
gard to tho development of electric
power from the water.
.Miss Helen King, who is teach
ing at Lihue school, returned from
Honolulu last Wednesday morring
after attending the funeral of her
father," the lata Will C. King.
Esther Montgomery became tho
bride of James Telles at the home
of her father last Saturday evening.
Rev. Charles Keahi officiating. Af
ter the ceremony a royal luau was
Served to the wedding guests.
JOTTMAN B EC HART
Miss Frieda Bechart and George
Jottman of Lihue were married last
Saturday evening in the German
Lutheran church in Honolulu, Rev.
A. Hoermani', officiating.
The bride wore a beautiful goor
getti crepe gown with a veil and
"arried a bouquet of bridal roses.
.Vis. Olga Horshe, a sister of the
bride, was matron of honor and
wore a pink satin frock and carried
a bouquet of pink roses aid forget-me-nots.
Miss Elsie Jottman was
bridesmaid and looked charming in
frock of blue organdie. The dain
ty little flower girls were dressed
in pink orgardio and carried little
baskets of flowers. The bridegroom
was attended by his brother, Henry
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of tho bride
groom's uncle and uupt, Mr. and
.Mrs. Fred Hanson, Luso 'street The
bridal couple arrived this morning
on the Chnidino i.nd will make their
home at Grove Farm.
Rev. D. H. Klinefelter, superintend
ent of the Methodist mission, arriv
ed from Horolulu Friday morning
on official business;.
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