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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 04, 1922, Page 9, Image 9',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY i, 1922
Miss Mary Lucile Gillespie and
Charles J. Fern were married last
Friday, June 30, 1922, at 5 o'clock
in the afternoon at Waimea, Kauai,
Hov. AI. K. Curver officiating.
This came as a surprise to their
Ofilenda, for althought the engage
ment was announced sometime ago,
it was understood ihey wouid not
be married until fall. Miss Uillospic,
who dining the past year has been
at Hamakuopoko, Maui, arrived or.
Friday morning and wus married
fto Mr. Fern thut afternoon. The
witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Foster
The bride is a graduate of the
bouthern branch of the University
of California. She canie to the is
lands about 18 months ago and
taught oi;e of the classes at the Li
hue school during the following
year. She made a host of frleuds on
this island and it was here that aha
met r. Fern and their ronmanct
Mr. Fern left the University of
California to join the army during
the war. He became a tlyer and
has the distinction of being the
first man to have- flown between
Ouhu and Kauai. This flight was
lnude iu a land machine and has
not been duplicated by anyone.
Kauai was fortunate when Mr.
Fern decided to give up flying and
make his home here. He has taken
a keen interest in all social and
Immediately after the wedding
the newly married couple dined the
Foster Homers and Dr. and
lUrs It. H. Hagood- Jr. and left
for Hanalei where they are now
spending their honeymoon. They are
returning sometime during the week
and will be at home to their friends
in the Sahr place, which they have
POPULAR LIHUE BOY
MARRIED IN HONOLULU
Miss Helen C. Char and Yuk Yin
Tse-u were married. Saturday, June
24 in Honolulu by Rev. Yuen To
Q l'ui, pastor of the Fort street Chin
' ese Christian church. Miss Gertrude
Chang and Dr. Fred F. Lam were
the witnesses to the wedding.
Poultry, Fish And All Kinds
Vegetables In Season
We are also Kauai Agents and Distributors for
Waimea Society News
Mrs. Georgo Ewart and family re
turned to Kauai on last week's Ki
nau. Uy the same steamer the fol
lowing also arrived from Honolulu:
Msm A. Dantord, Miss Kilcat, of
.New Zealand, H. Danford and Law
tence Tattle of tho Honolulu M Hi
M,r. and Mrs. Eric Knudsen and
nildren are at their Hoea home
lor a few weeks before going to
.he mountains for the summer.
Mrs. T. liraiult was hostess at
.i bridge tea last Thursday, enter
taining about 35 friends.
Mr., and Mrs. Win. Danford will
e hosts at a dinner Thursday ev
ening at their home in honor of
Mr. a:id Mrs. Caleb Liurns and. Mr.
..nd Mrs. Eric Knudsen.
Judge and Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard
.ntertained at a norwiKian dinner
.it their home Saturday evening,
uavii'g as their guests of honor,
.Jr. and ftj'rs. Eric Knudsen.
The younger set of Waimea was
ntertained at a picnic at Koloa
Monday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs.
. :ric Knudsen acting as hosts for
Mrs. William Danford and Miss
i'uttle were hosts at a merry dan
.,ant at Waimea hall last Saturday
.ivening. A splaiuUd orchestra fur
nished the music for tha dance,
about 75 you;ig folk participating.
The hall was artihtically decorated
lor the occasion.
MRS. DAVIDSON BRIDGE HOTESS
Mrs. J. If. Dav,dson of Weimea
'. as hostess at a ' very delightful
liridgei party last Wednesday after
noon in lior.or of her house guest.
Miss Ella Uoll of California.
First prize for high score waj
von by Mrs. Donald. A.'iss Harlow
was awarded second prize, and Mrs.
Those who enjoyed the afternoon
werji Mrs. T. Urandt, Mrs. Geo. B.
Tuttle, Mrs. Win. Danford, Mrs. C.
B. Hofgaard, M,rs. J. Donald, Mrs.
Frederick Aascr, .Visa Lowrey, Mrs.
THE WAIMEA MEAT MARKET
to Lihue three times a week
Kilauea school held closing ex
ercises on June 22 at the Kilauea
There was a large attendance of
families and friends of the twelve
graduates and other pupils.
The program was as follows:
Spring Song School Chorus.
Scene from Hiawatha Grade 3.
Song (Lihue) School Chorus.
Speech Mr. Larsen.
America's Creed Grade 2.
Song Grade 3.
Butterfly Dance School Girls.
Dialog Wm. Keiek, Jaa HuMy.
Farewell Sadako Harada.
The diplomas were presented by
Dr. Patterson to Mitsuo Kuniyukl,
Sadako Harada, Omay Hanatnoto,
Matsuyo Nakamura, Katsudo Hara
da, Morizo Tanoue, Shuiji Moboyama,
William Keiek, Hatsuko Oklmoto,
Yoshio Okamoto, Itsuyo Fukuda, and
School will open in a fine new
A. G. Clutterbuck, A.rs. William
Dunn, Mrs. .Yiarcallino, Mrs. Nor
man Brown, Mrs. Damkroger, Mrs.
I reevey, Mrs. Georgo Ewart, Mrs.
Sinclair Robinson, Mrs. Wilson Can
non, Miss Jessie Barlow, and Mrs.
Jogging His Memory
It was a thrilling story that Mac
Gregor had to tell.
"I had abandoned all hope," ho
said. "As I sunk for the third time
my past life seemed to rise before
me in a series of grim, realistic
A murmur of sympathy rolled
from the lips of listening friends;
but just as MacGregor was prepar
ing to resume, McTavish Interrupt
ed him sharply and hopefully.
"And you did happen to notice,"
he asked, "a picture of me lending
you a fivver in the autumn of
1919?" The Contonent, Chicago.
Laconic Tourist Information giv
en out here?
Tired Clerk It has. Boston Tran
Tuesday, July 4
Priscilla Dean in the Special Universal Production
in a two reel comedy entitled "ONE WEEK"
Wednesday, July 12
"Three Live Ghosts"
Wntmw 1 I
Saturday, July 8
Gareth Hughes in
"Garments of Truth "
COUVERNEUR MORRIS" -The Penalty
itm Anna Q. Nilsson ao Norman