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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUEtfDAV, JUNE 13, 1922
WM. HENRY RICE
Chicago Spectacle House
Makes Startling Offer
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hyde IUce
guvo a Nifcht in Hawaii, one of the
larirest and most delightful affairs
held on Kauai for many a moon, on
Thursday evening, honoring
and Mrs. William Henry Rica tie
occasion being the 25th wedding an
niversary of the yoangur couple.
Hale Nani is a beautiful spot al
all times, out it surpassed itself
on Thursday evening, the decora
tion.3 and the ligUing effects giv
ing it a touch that had to be sec
to be appreciated.
The reception wns held on tin
broad larai of Hale Nani, the Lost
and hostess and tli? tuests of hono.
being assisted i:i receiving by Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Scott, who havt
lately comu to the islands to make
their heme. Mrs. Scott is the djugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hyde Rice
The miests who canio from all
pans of the island, from Haena t
Kekaha, wetv met by -Mrs. Philip
Rice and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox, vh.
Introduced them to the Ust a'i
hostess, which indeed was a mer,
formality for it is doubtful if there
is a person on Kauai who lias not
already me the charming coupl
who l.iv.i been connected with Kit-
uai affairs for almost half a con
The guests then greeted Mr. and ;
Mrs. Ilice, the guests of honor and I
extended their good wishes and
those who had not already done so,
m.'t Mr. and .ta. Scott.
After the formalities of the recep
tion the entertainment, from which
the evening gets Its name, was
given. Solos in Hawaiian with a cho
rus, by Mrs. K. C. Ahana, MrS.-Henry
Sheldon and (Judge Achd were
the pleasing features of the even
ing. A novelty was a soi:g "Halo
Nani" composed and sung by Mrs.
Henry Sholdon, and dedicated to
Mr. and Mrs. Rice.
The youn people were entertain
ed by dancing on the tennis lanai,
the music being furnished by John
Malira's Hawaiian string orchestra.
Refreshments were served out in
tl.e open, tables being set all about
the grounds, a full moon shining on
the scene as only a Hawaiian moon
A pleasant touch to the evening
w?ra!Si!Sj:WILL SEND HANDSOME GLASSES
ON TRIAL TO ANYONE
wi a the playing of the Lihue band,
wHcta volunteered for the occasion.
Tl air coming was kept as a surprise
for Mrs. Wm. Hyde Rice a."d Mr.
un I Mrs. Win. Henry Rice, and to
say that the surprise was pleasing ! tUJ
Is to put it mildly.
Mi;S. SCRIBNER IS TEA HOSTESS
.V pleasant affair of tho weak was
a ai given oy mrs. u. n . scrioner
u:: Morday ufternoon. hoiu ring her
uu.fflr, Mrs. S. M. Civhuj ol lie
r.o'uiu. The roin:i; v. ere i.'.'tlstically
iie .'orated for th occasion with snap-
lr igons, zellias atui dahli:...
Mrs. Scribner's guest-i iviii Mrs.
A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. it. I. Wilcox,
.-.l.ss Mclntyre, .Mrs., f Crawford,
Mrs. O. R. Olson. Mrs. 1'eterson,
..Ir-t, Henry, Mrs. J. C J imieson,
l.'s. Crcinillinj.iiiij, Hir... V. A. ritew-
it, Mrs. C. A. lllce, Ivir.-. IS. S.
.w.iii, Mrs. ('. I.I. . Koii-r, A. rs.
'lilllp Rice, Mrs. i W. U'il o:( Mrs.
v. Horner V.v.. Mr-i.
n.d Mrs. W. H. 11!. '
II. i). .'loggi tt
Everyone who wears glasses or
suifers from eye-strain, will be In
terested In this remarkable offer of
Chicago Spectacle House, Ha
waiian Dept. E-151, 1462 W. Madi
son St., Chicago, 111., U. S. A. to
so"d a pair of their large size "True
Vision Glasses" Free on trial to any
raider of this paper who writes them.
Tlese splendid glasses will enable
anyone to read the small est print,
thread the finest r.eei'.le, see far or
:t.vr, and prevent eye strain and
headaches. They are 10 Karat Gold
lT.led, very handsome in appearance
i.r-d should last a llfo-tim?. Don't
tend any money, simply your mime,
iirtlress ard uge, and idato tlx length
of time you have been weaing glass
es. They will send you the glasses
i.t once by prepaid parcel post, In
use and wear for Un day;i free. If
you are satisfied in every way and
want to keep them, you are then
to pay the small charge of $2.9-5,
otherwise return the classes and
you art i out nothing.
If you accept their offer at once,
tl.ey will enclose the glasses In a
beautiful velveteen-lined, springback
pocketbook spectacle case, which Is
to be yours free of all cost. Ad
vertisement. j 1
VO SLiPFER AhO DANCE AT
Walter D. Mil'.ryde entertained
.', oat sixty of his friends at a pol
i i;ior and da' ce last ciatur lay ev
ni!!g at his iH'-uit'Tul home in Ku
:, mlono park.
As the guests arrived from nil
parts of the island they wero pre
sented with lovely leis, and button
hole bouquets presor-ted to tho men
oy Hawaiian maids.
Supper was then announced and
after finding their places at the
long table on the flower-hupp lanai
t't.v.1 guests wer9 served with a very
deliclcus dish Known to poi supper.
The Hawaiian orchestra of seven
played sweet native music.
After tf-.ipiKir everyone wandered
over to the dam. lug pavilion and
danced until an early n-i ir. Gay
bulloor s matched the decorations of
tiie hall wore 'jasMod and furnished
mucli fun to the -lancers. At niid
;i gbt coffee and cake were surved.
Altogether it wan' a wonderful par
1 and everyone bid farewell to
.hoir hospitable host.
Miiis Ami McKea if San Francisco
mid Jjiss Jane Cchres of Honolulu
are tho house guests of Dr. and
MOKIHANA CLUB HOLDS
ITS ANNUAL MEETING
The Moklhana Club held its- -i-nual
meetirg at the Parish House
last Wednesday u:'ternoon and elect
ud the following officers:
President Mrs. 11. D. Sloggett.
Vice President Mrs. J. H. Mid
kiff. Secretary Mrs. R. F. Middleton.
Treasurer Mrs. T. L. Morgan.
Auditor Mrs. C. M. V. Forster.
The entertainment for the after
noon consisted of a short one-act
play by Stuart Walker, "Six Who
Pass While the Lentils Boil." The
play is the form of a child's dream
and is allegorical in nature.
Tho play was well cast and the
production was clerverly presented.
The concensus of opinion was that
first honors for the afternoon went
to Sue Carter and Myrtle Huddles
tor. The cast was as follows:
Prologue Alma Darker.
Device Hearer Katharinci Craw
ford. Hoy Sue Carter.
Huttei fly Edith Sloggett.
Queen Florence Horner.
Mime Edith Rice.
Milkmaid Opal Colbert.
Blind Man Lee Hardell.
r.all.id Singer Alma Rogers.
Dreadful Headsman Myrtle Hud
Mrs. H. D. Sloggett supervised
tho staging of Urn play while Mrs.
Frai'k Crawford had charge of prop
erties and stage settings.
Miss Edith Kice supervised the
coituniing of the play.
The hostesses for the afternoon
were Miss Mabel Wilcox, Mrs. S.
W. Wilcox, Y.'rs. J. Coney, Miss Lot
tie Jordan. Miss Jennie Johnson and
Mrs. P. R. Isenberg.
MAUI CLOSES POOLROOMS
TO PREVENT LOAFING
The Maul supervisors have passed
an ordinance .tlosirg all pool halls
on the island la the morning, not
allowing them to open until noon.
Tills has been done as a means to
combat Hie loafers who prefer hang
ing around a pool hall to working.
The ordinance might do some kooiI
op Kauai, especially In Kapaa where
any number of men can be seen
hanging around the pool halls at
any time of th. day. It seems to
be the same old gang hanging ar
ound day after day, but it is douiit
ful If any closing of their haunts
would cause them to go to work.
TO PLAY AT DANCE
ON SATURDAY NIGHT
Alapakl Smith and his Jazz band
will give a dance at the Lihue arm
ory next Saturday evening. Alapakl
has signed up for the summer sea
son Abraham Poepoe, the boy saxo
phone player who made such a won
derful impression when he was on
Kauai with the Kamehameha boys
during the Easter vacation. Abe
and his sax. will be one of the im
portant members of Alapaki's new
Kauai has had not a few saxo
phone players with reputations to
come to the. Garden Island but none
could make the music in any man
ner compared to the Kamehameha
school boy. He has a system all his
own and has a way of playing a
hula in fox trot time that would
be worth a fortune to a man on the
With Abe and his Sax as an at
traction there is no doubt that th.t
dance will be well attended next
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Don't Lose Sight!
fact 11ml I
til jour service
M,v personal pnarMiiIpe go(
with all the work done, bucked
up by a reputation, gained
during 25 years on the islands,
for it FA 1 11 AND SQDAKE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult nie.
For appointments, write
H. E. LUCAS
JOSEPH S. YALENTE
HAS BEEN APPOINTED SOLE
AGENT ON KAUAI
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Teachers desiring to spend the
summer vacation In Honolulu,
by communicating with the
Roselawn, 1366 King St., Hono
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board can be secured, and at
the Beach Annex, 2517 Kala
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Commencing Tuesday, June I3lh,
"Claudine" will arrive at Ahukini
direct from Honolulu and will sail
Wednesday, July 1 4 th from Ahukini
for Honolulu direct at 5 P. M.
On Friday, June 1 6, "Claudine"
will arrive at Nawiliwili with mail,
passengers and freight, departing for.
Honolulu direct from Ahukini at
6 P. M.
All subsequent sailings on above
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