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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1922
MRS. OLSON QIVE8 GARDEN
PARTY AT HOME
Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Grandhomnie and
Mrs. Henry were hostesses at a very
delightful lawn party last Wednes
day afternoon at the home ot Mrs.
O. R. Olson. Many small tables were
placed on the cool, shady lawn,
where tea and delicious refresh
ments were served. The ladU.fi
brought their sewing and a very
sociable and pleasant afternoon was
enjoyed by all.
Those Invited were Mrs. W. II.
Ricc Mrs. Philip Rice, Mrs. H. D.
Sloggett, Mrs. J. M. Kuhns, Mrs.
R. Mtddleton, Mrs. Paul Isenberg,
Mrs. I. J. Hogg, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs.
Elliot Wood, Mrs. McGregor, Mrs.
A. H. Case, Mrs. Parish. Mrs. T. E.
Longstreth, Mrs. J. C. Jamteson,
Mrs. Charles A. Rice, Mrs. E. H. W.
Broadbent, Mrs. J. H. Moragne, Mrs.
T. L. Morgan, Mrs. J. M Lydgate,
Mrs. 3. W. Wilcox, Mrs. P. Jennings,
K'ra. W. Hobby, Mrs. H. D. Wishard,
Mrs. W. Bridgewater, Mrs. Wm.
Shelley, Mrs. Crehore, Mrs. W. H.
Rice, Mrs. C. M. V. Porster, Mrs. E.
S. Swan, Mrs. Dora Isenberg, Mrs.
C. .Kuhlman, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Bish
op, Mrs. Ralph Bayless, Mrs. Doyle,
Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Christian, .Mrs.
C. L. Lane, Mrs. W. C. Scribner,
Misses Jordan, Hardell, Carrar,
Wakefield, Jacobs, King, Hudleston,
Tonlni, Anthony, Barker, Horn
Knight, Young, Reed, Colbert, Lind
say and Brewer.
BRIDGE GIVEN BY MR. AND MRS.
A. R. GLAISYER
Mrs. A. R. Olaisyer entertained a
number of friends at a very enjoy
able bridge at her home in Kala
heo last Thursday afternoon. The
rooms where the guests played were
attractively decorated for the occa
sion with beautiful flowers from
Ms. Olaisyer's own garden.
Attarctive prizes were given to
those holding the two high scores,
aB well as to the low scorer, Mrs.
Kaye and Mrs. Aaser winning first
prizes and Mrs. Bedell low.
Those who enjoyed the afternoon's
pleasure wercr Mrs. Ray Allen, Mrs.
P. Aaser, Mrs. A. Braue, Mrs. B. D.
ABaldwin, Mrs. Dwight Baldwin, Mrs.
A. R. Ballester, Mrs. Norman Brown,
Mrs. K. Burns, Mrs. J. Bedell, Mrs.
H. H. Brodie, Mrs. E. A. Creevey,
Mrs. Wnv Danford, Mrs. E. Dever
111, Mrs. E. L. Damkroger, Mrs. W.
T. Dunn, IVirs. EsVew, Mrs. M.- Gluud
Mrs. R. Kay, Mrs. Kitcat, Mrs. Wm.
Miller, Mrs. A. Marcallino, Mrs. Guy
Rankin, Mrs. Tuttlev Miss A. Whit
tington, Miss Davidson.
MRS. ALBERT WILCOX GIVES
O Friday, Mrs, Albert Wilcox en
tertained Mrs. Albert Horner at pol
luncheon. The house, as always on
such) occasions, was finely decorated
with ferns,, palms, and flowers, in
glowing colors. Among the guests
Invited by the hostess were Mrs.
Albert Horner, Mrs. Albert Horner
Jr., Mrs. Foster Horner. Mrs. W. H.
Rice. Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, Miss Ma
bel Wilcox, MI'S. Lyman, Mrs J. H.
Coney. Mrs. C. A. Rice, Miss Fdith
Rice, Mrs. Ed Swan, Mrs. H. P.
Sloggett, Mrs1. R. L. Wilcox, Miss K.
Mclntyre, Mrs. C. Foster, Mrs. Philip
Rice, Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. J.
M. Lydgate, Mrs. Bishop of Cali
fornia, Mrs. W. H. Uice Jr., Miss
Lottie Jordan. Mrs. W. N. Stewart,
mid Mrs. S. B. Pevcrlll. The aftur
noon wai passed in a game of
hiidge, the winners rwoiving each
MR. AND MRS. E. F. WOOD GIVE
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wood were
host and hostess at an original sup
per party at their home last Wed
nesday eveming. They met their
guests at the door in Spanish cos
tumes at 7 o'clock and when all
the guests had arrived, score cards
for "bridge were passed. The hostess
then nnrounced that In so much this
vs a Spanish party b!k had pre
pared appropriate costumes for all
her guests. Partners were then found
by matching score card , and cos
Supper, corsioting of variod klmW-
of Spanish dishes was placed on
tl. tables and a gay crowd of dash
itig si'norlttus, seuoras and senors
cama tripping in. Afterwjrda Joe
Rapoza's orchestra played o:: IUj
lunal. Four tables of bridge were
. played, Spanish variety, composed
cf much talking, dancing when dum
my and before progressing and a
li(2k rial bridge. When the scores
were added, first prize to Miss
Edith Rice ard Dr. T. L. Morgan,
low scores to Miss Lyndall Jacobs
and F. Trowbridge.
A dancing contest was held about
midrlght. each individual couple giv
ing their version of what a Span
ish dance was like. Dr. Mprgan and
Miss Eleinor Dale won first prizes
of lemons tied up like tomales for
an exhibition of Spanish dancing
ntver before viewed by any one.
Those invited were Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Gatlinghouse, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Trowbridge, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Jamieson, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hut
ton, Mr. and Mrs.. W. R. Hobby,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hopper, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Middleton, Dr. and Mrs.
T. L. Morgan, Misses Edith Rice,
Elinor Dale, Lyrdell Jacobs, Lucllo
Wakefield, Lulu Hardell, Carrie Har
der, Messrs. Sutton, Linden, Pen
iston, Markwell, Stackhouse and
?ICNIC LUNCH AT MRS. WILCOX'
BEACH HOUSE, WAIPOULI
Mrs. Albert Wilcox' beach house
.t Walpouli presented a scoim f
Ively animation on thei afternoon of
Thursday when a group ft her
rlends In Lihue invited her to a
lcnic lunch with them at this p;et
y beach place. The party included
.he following ladies: Mrs. Ed Swan,
vlrs. Albert Wilcox, Mrs. C. A. Rico,
vlrs. R. L. Wilcox, Mrs. S. W. Wil
:ox. Miss Mabel Wilcox, Mrs. Ly
nan, Mrs. H. D. Sloggutt. Mrs. C.
forster, Mrs. W. H. Rice, Mrs. Pl.ll
.p Rice, Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs.
vV. H. Rice Jr., Mrs. Bishop, Mrs.
3. B. Deverill and Mrs. W. N. Stew
irt. MR AND MRS. F TROWBRIDGE
GIVE CHINESE DINNER
Mr .and Mrs. Trowbridge were
.he hospitable host and hostess at
i Chinese dinner which was given at
heir home last Saturday evenlrg.
The guests arrived at about 6:30,
md after the many courses of the
Jelicious dinner had been served,
four tables of bridge were enjoyed.
The Chinese note was carried out
n every detail, placecards, artistic
table decorations, favors and bridge
prizes. Judge Wm. Achi was the
lucky winner of first prize; Mrs. J.
II. Coney second; and Mr. McKen-
Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge's guests
were Dr. and Airs. Golding, Dr. and
Mrs. Kuhrs, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Coney,
Judge and Mrs. Wm. Achi, Miss Eli
nor Dale, Miss Murphy, Miss Clar
issa Coney, Dr. Pennistoa and Mr.
TURKEY DINNER AT KILOHANA
On a hurried call a few friends'
gathered around the table at Kiloha-
na to ..dine with Mrs. Wilcox as a
faro-ye-well to her stay on Kauai
for the present. An Immense boquet
of swectpoaa of rarest hue and
sweetness graced the center of the
dining table. A friendly game of
cards filled out a very pleasant ev
ening, and many were the expres
sions of regret that Mrs. Wilcox
could rot prolong her stay on the
Garden Island. The guests on this
occasion were Air. and Mrs. W. H.
Rice Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Swan,
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Miss Lottie Jor
dan, Mrs. Bishop and Miss Mclntyre.
Invitation are out, for a reception
to be given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Rice, on Thursday ev
ening in honor of the ' 25th anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Herry
MR. AND MRS. H. D. WISHARD
CELEBRATE 31 ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wishard en
tertained a few of their trlurds
at dinner last Friday evening, in
celebration of their 31st wedding
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Tip Top Theatre
IN GREAT PICTURE
A picture that is said to
reveal eloquently the Ijeart of
a reformed gunman is "Boom
erang Bill," featuring Lionel
Barrymore, which will he pre
sented at the Tip Top Theater
tomorrow (Wednesday) evm
ing. The role of Bill, the gun
man, Is played with the fin
ished artistry characteristic of
tUls star. Boomerang Bill, is a
Chicago gunman hiding in New
York. He is a crook but when
circumstances take him Into
pleasanter fields he turns hon
est. Then conies a great di
lemma. The girl he loves is
In dire poverty.. Her mother
requires expensive medical at
tention and a change of cli
mate If she is to live.
Bill decides to do one more
crooked Job for their Hakes.
He is caught and goes to pris
on. The girl pledges herself
to await his release. But she
cannot because her mother Is
rapidly falling and an admir
er wishes to marry her and
provides for them botht, Bill
tells her to accept. Months la
ter when lie is free, he sees
her happily caring for the ba
by and happy in her hus
band's companionship. He steals
away silently without letting
her know of his presence. Add
ing charm ami character to
the production is Marguerite .
Marsh as the girl. Margaret
Soddon makes a sympathetic
mother. The picture contains
vital dramatic moments and is
Wednesday, May 7
rAMOUJ PlVtM-lAJKY CORP.
MBffiLte IIONEI BARRYMORE
X V T ntt A Cosmopolitan Production
is ill! Ina fiit
in the Realart Production
"EVERYTHING FOR SALE"
CHILDREN of the NIGHT"
Wednesday, June 14
Walla'ce Reid in tV Paramount Picture
' Rent Free '
WALLIE REID STARS
IN GREAT COMEDY
Wallace Heid's new Para
mount picture, "Rent Free,"
which conies to the Tip Top
Theater Wednesday, June 14,
features the popular star In
the role of an artist. The hero
is the son of a lawyer who
wants him to follow the law
profession. But the youth pre
fers to live in a dingy studio
in poverty fur the Bake of an
artistic career. Through his in
ability to pay the rent he is
finally ousted out on the root
by th Irate landlady. He jour
neys over the roofs and fin
ally "squats" In a fine home,
and the owner, being away,
takes possession of a room as
Hi- meets Barbara, the girl,
who is also a rot.f dweller and
th daughter of the man who
it later develops that she is
owned the tine homa, but who
hud died and left nothi- be
cause of the wicked influence
of her stepmother. The artis.,
however, finds a new will in
a dressing gown formerly u.st'd
by the deceased father, which
awards the daughter all Lis
property and all ends happily
after many complications. The
picture is filled with lively
touches and is adequately play
ed by a cast that includes Lila
Lee, Henry Burrows, Lillian
Lelghton und others.