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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TtKRlUY. .If NT! 20. lOL'i!
I SOCIAL NOTES I
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TROWBRIDQES GIVE CHOP BUEY
Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge of K
paa, were host and homes at a de
lightful Chinese dinner Sunday ev
ening. The Chinese motif was car
ried out In table decorations and
place cards. Mr. and Mrs. Trow
bridge's guests were Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Sloggett. Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
BayleaH, Dr. and Mrs. Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Middleton. Vr. and
Mrs. E. F. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. L.
D. Larsen, Miss Lyman, Mrs. Boyle,
Miss Mattlo Murphy, Mitts Mabel
Wilcox, Mrs. Marston and Miss
Mrs. W. II. Marston and her
daughter, Miss Merle Mhrston, of
Berkeley, California, mother and sis
ter of Mrs. Rush (nee Vira Marston)
are the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. , Wilcox.
Mrs. Frank Jennings, Mrs. Elliott
Wood audi Miss Alma Barker spent
the week end at HanaleL
MESDAMES HOFGAARD AND
One of the most delightful events
of the past week was a cafeteria
supper given by Mrs. C. B. Hof
gaard and her daughter, Mrs. A. G.
Clutterbuck of Waimea, at the Hot
gaard h,ome last Saturday evening.
After all the guests hail, arrived Miss
Weller and MissFryer, distributed
parts of pictures with table numbers
on the back, partners were found
by mathlng pictures. The guests
then adjourned to thci dining room
where a delicious cafeteria supper
was served. After supper dancing
was enjoyed until a late hour.
Among those present were K;r.
and Mrs. M. Q. Marcallino, Mr. and
Mrs. David Cruikshank, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Cannon, Mir. and Mrs.
Arthur Clutterbuck, Mr. and .Mrs. C.
B. Hofgaard, Mrs. Bird Hill, Mioses
Mildred, and Margaret Thomas, A.
Scott, Beatrice Lind, Margaret Botts,
Julia Fryer, Carolyn Weller; Messrs.
A. Beecroft, T. Beam, D. C. Hof
gaard, William Wright, P. T. Evans,
and Wallace Cadlei
MR. AND MRS. MARCALLINO
Mr. and Mrs. Q. Marcallino en
tertained at an informal bridge at
helr home on the evening of June
5, for the departing school teachers
Refreshments of Eskimo pies, cho
'Olate and cake were served at 11
Those who enjoyed the evening of
ileasure were Mrs. Hill, Dr. South
well, Mkises Mutts, Mildred and
Margaret Thomson, Ann Scott, Alice
'overt, Beatrice Lind, Messrs. Bee
Toft, Cadle, Beam, Hofgaard, Cedric
Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Marcallino.
Four hundred Ms were sent to
Miss Elsie Wilcox for distribution
at the National Education convention
which is to be held In Boston. Many
of ' the lets were elaborate ones of
Samples of Insecticides have been
given to the vocational department
by the Sherwln Williams company.
Mr. Ferreira has used them with
success. The school garden will be
somewhat larger In aria next year.
The much delayed poultry course
will be Instituted for the sixth
A free educational movie was giv
en at the school on Wednesday
night. Mrs. Wright led, chorus sing
ing for fifteen minutes, after which
two reels of Ford Factory films,
one of the capltol at Washington,
and one on the different swimming
strokes, were shown. The films are
gotten at very small cost thru the
courtesy of Mr. Loomis, a former
Kauai V. M. C. A. secretary. Next
year such a show a month will form
a part of the regular program.
Freshmen honor students for the
last semester are Mlyukl Yamase,
Katsue Yamamoto, Shlzuo Masakl,
Umeichi Suenaga, Hatsume Marl
raoto. The eighth grade graduates are
fortunate In having Rev. Bayless to
deliver the address at the!r gradu
ating exercises June 22, at 7:30
p. in., Waimea Hall. The class will
be as follows: Joseph Apao, Julia
Apao, Mlsoo Harada, Sataru Hama
sakl, Yun Han Chong, Aklra Houke,
Tsin C-l Chlng, Totoku. Inohuku, Mi
yoka Kagawa, Chiyako Kakuda, Hnru
Kurazakl, Andrew Leikl, Nobuyashl
Matsumoto, Kenjl Matsumura, Tsu
kasa Mlyakl, Klkue Marlzakl, Mime
A(aritnoto, Eddie Pupuhl, Shlgenari,
Nishikawa, August Perry, Isao Seto,
Yoshtko Takato, Fumlyo Tanlguchl,
Frank Wilson, Misayo Tsuriiga.
Nancy Wohlers, George Wright,
Sakai Camachika, Tadao Yaguchl.
The Waimea grammar school met
and defeated the Eleele Outlaws at
baseball on their home field last
Wednesday. Mr. Brodie made an ad
mirable' coach, referee, rooter, score
keeper and umpire.
Adam was the one man who told
a girl she was the only woman in
tha world for him and really meant
It. Punch Bowl.
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Tip Top Theatre
p. o. BOX G
C. B. Hofgaard Co., Ltd.
$ 111 ""if My"!tMHlW!'"l I.-.-mryrri'T
istK ;i . mr -turn
tKyI)?lton Mildred Hris. Conrad Magel. MV v
SATURDAY, JUNE 24
Reserved Seats on Sale at Lihue Store
SUNDAY, JUNE 25
Earle Williams in "THE MASTER STROKE"
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28
as Lulu Rett,
I as the man.
J who picked up.
or Lulu s
' critical headi
or the house &m
xm&z ' (
as the man whom .V
lulu married be- r i
: . - r: "rr. ' s r. 1
as the ruYinwnu
flirt wtw flung a.
vvnio ax, LUlu'S
"Miss Lulu Ilttty" u nov
el by Zona Uul, liiudcd for
itrt wholfHoiiio, rich, human
u))iul, wux draniutizt'il by
Iho author, untl when r
!,uci'(l on llroudwayj wom
tht) l'uliizcr prizu fur the
licst play of the Ht'uaon.
I.iiIh Wilxon, who hiiH
tho tltlii role, was the out
KtaniliiiB flRuro In "What
Kvi'i-y Woinun Known",
"Midsummer Mu(1iuhh," ami
"I.OKt HimiuiK'o," Chrt'o not-
al)U l)c'..illf' HUCTI'SMt'H.
YOU'RE A PART
v OF THIS PICTURE
Whi'io William lV.MIlle U
workijiK, llit'rc'H a differ
ence. His niethodM are
thoiiKlitfiil, HiilKle. He nev
er heals tho drum, lie pro
sents the seen', Just as life,
tho Inexhaustible dramatist,
does. And you. who are
merely a spectator, enter
the picture without know
ifiK It, and become a part of
The still is not the inac
tion of vacancy, but the
tension of the situations
packed with thought and
emotion. Kat h scene ad
varices the story or builds
Much of the -busin. us"
or Miss I.ulu Metis H shown
in "close" scenes, makij'K it
easy for the spectators to
read the thoughts of the