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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1922
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VALLEY HOUSE ACTIVITIES
Jumi'i Hodrero entertained a few
friends at dinner last Thursday ev
ening at the valley house, In horor
of his birthday. Those invited were
Mrs. J- M. Sfiini, Miss Lydia Ho
droro, Mrs. K. II. Hagood, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Fern. C. A. Bqggott and
V. H. Palthis.
MR. AND MRS. ALLEN GIVE A
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alkn of Ko-
loa were Lost a nd hostess at a de
liKhtful luiffet luncheon last Sun
day, having -.is their guests L)r. and
Mrs. T. L. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs
Caleb Hums, Mr. and Mrs. Foster
Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carter,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fern, Mr. and
y,r. A. It. Hraue. Mrs. It. H. 11a
mod and Frark Hums.
MR. AND MRS. AASER HAD
Mr. and flr. F. H. Aaser of Ke
kaha onu-rtained several frit nds at
a Chinese dinner at their home las:
Saturday evening. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Davidson,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Clutterbuck. M4iS3
Kllsi Uoll, W. P. Cannon. After din
ner the evening was spent In playing
MR. AND MRS. E. LIVESEY GIVE
Air. and Mrs. K. Livesey were
the hospitable Lost and hostess at
a Chinese dinner given at their
home last Sunday.
The entire scheme of decorations
and table service were Chinese and
was most novel and pleasing.
Mr. and Mrs. Llvesey's guests
were Mrs. J. T. Livesey. Mrs. Shel
hamer, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hopper,
R. I). Israel, Josephine Israel, Ormle
Hale and Fdward Cheatham, Ken
neth and Glen Hopper.
THE RICES ENTERTAIN AT
Mr. und MVs. C. A. Rice ertertained
at their home at Kalupaki last Satur
day evening in honor of their daugh
ter, Mrs., Holbrook Goodale, who has
returned from the mainland with her
husband to make her home in the Is
lands. Mr. Goodale has resigned his
commission in the navy and intends
to enter business in Honolulu.
Over one hundred people were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hice. Dancing'
und a moonlight swim furnished the
entertairnient until a late hour.
JUST A FEW LINES FROM THE
STAR BULL OF FRIDAY JULY 7
FKRN (III.LKSIMI-:: In Waimea, Kauai.
June 30th, 122. Charles .1, Fern
and Mary I.ucile Gillespie; Kev. M.
K. Carver, pastor of Waimea Epis
copal church, officiating. Witnesses:
K. Fukumoto and S. I'ememoto.
I,UM In Honolulu, June 1I7. 1922. to
Mr. and Mrs. Yat llee laim of 1!)411).
Witnesses: Mr. and M.s.. Foster
WAIMEA SOCIAL NOTES
DICK HOFGAARD ENTERTAINS
Dick Hofgaard entertained some
of his friends with a buffet supper
and dance at his parents' home, Po
O Wini, in Waimea. His guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Cruickshank,
Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs.
Clutterbuck, Mrs. Hill, the Misses
Thompson, Llnd, Taylor, Weller and
Messrs. Biecroff, Beams, Evans,
Cadle, Wright and Cabbou.
MRS. A. G. CLUTTERBUCK GIVES
SHOWER FOR MISS DOUGLAS
Mrs. A. G. Clutterbuck entertain
ed at a shower In honor of Miss
Douglas, who leaves for her home
shortly. ThoBe present were MrB.
F. If. Aaser, Mm. J. P. Clapper,
Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. J. V. Davidson,
Mrs. Kruse, Mrs. F. Weber, mTs.
Hofgaard, and the Misses Taylor,
Weller and Roll.
JUDGE AND MRS. C. B. HOFGAARD
HONOR MISS LOWREY
.fudge and A.rs. C. B. Hofgaard
entertained informally at a dinner
last Saturday evening In honor of
Miss Edna Lowrey, who has been
their house guest for the past week,
having as their guests Miss Lowrey,
Mr. and Mrs. Clutterbuck, Mr. Kelly,
Dr. Pennlson and Dick Hofgaard.
Later In the evening Judge and
Mrs. Hofgaard, with their guests,
motored to the dance, given by the
McBryde Social Club at Eleele.
Major Benjamin F. Delamator Jr.,
wife and three children, of Gal
veston, Tex., will leave San Fran
cisco on the transport sailing July
29 for Honolulu, where he will be
stationed for some time. Maj. Dela
mator Is a cousin of Miss Carrie
A. Thompson, principal of the
schools at Makaweli.
Carles Hammond, nephew of Miss
Carrie A. Thompson, Is returning
to his home in California after a
year on Kauai. He and Miss Thomp
son sailed on the Lurline.
Dr. James Melvin Lee, head of
the department of journalism in New
York University, said, during the
course of in after-dinner speech'
"The average person as well as the
average imtitn, is blind to its own
faults. An American woman, a lead
er of the S. P C. A. was solicltiu,?
subscriptions for the animals' ciu.n
in Madrid. 'Will you subscribe, sir?"
Hhr risked a Spunlsh grandee.
'"I'll do better than that, Madam,'
said the grandee graciously. Tl gel
up a bull-fight for your society's
benefit.' "The Argonaut, San Francisco.
Once there at a conductor hi
w.is not satisfied with his wages,
rnd left. Ths next day, while look
'ng for a Job, he happened to step
on the third rail Did he get killed '
No. He 'as a non conductor. Sci
ence and Invention Cagazine.
Girl Reserves Return
From Summer Camp
Wednesday, July 5th, saw the
completion of the first Girl Reserve
summer ramp on Kauai. It was con
ducted by the Y. W. C. A. along
the general lines of Its summer
camps throughout the country.
Miss Edith Hanson, the camp
executive, was assisted by the fol
lowing leaders: Miss Alice Moore,
Miss Cook, Miss Johnston, Mrs. Rog
ers. Mrs. Jensen, Miss " Wong, Miss
Melandlsh and Miss Cheek.
Miss Moore, of Honolulu, took
charge of the religious exercises,
conducting the daily chapel services.
She was assisted in the Bible study
classes by Miss Cook, Miss Melan
dish and Miss Wong.
There were forty-one girls of all
nationalities and representing every
Girl Reserve group on Kauai with
the exception of Mana, which was
unable to send a representative.
They were divided into companies
of eight, each competing with the
others for greatest order and best
spirit. These honor rlbbonfe' and
badges were awarded dally which
proved very hard for the leaders
it being most difficult to decide
which company was best, they so
closely rivaled each other.
BesldeB competing for honors,
there were athletic contests, volley
ball, indoor baseball, and on the
Fourth of July a great track and
field meet. There was also swimming
for those who cared to, and one
day Mr. Lydgate took the girls
for a hike to the marshes.
In the evenings a large campfire
was enjoyed by all and the time
was spent In singing, story-telling,
stunts, or the paper.
The camp name was decided up
on the evening Mr. Lydgate told
Hawaiian stories and the mean
ings of various names, Hale Kaulaua.
A camp paper was published by
the girls, which they named the
Hale Kaulaua Times.
The last evening a pageant was
presented by the girls and awards
were given out. Eleanor Peiler was
named honor girl, with Helen M,ul
ler and Shlmobu Yuasa, receiving
honorable mention. Laura Camara
was awarded a ribbon for the great
est single act. The athletic honors
were divided between Ellen Sisson
and Harriett Sheldon, each receiving
six points, the most allowed one
girl, in the track and field meet.
Almost every day saw visitors at
camp, among them being Judge Dicky,
Mr. Lydgate, Mrs. Hogg, Miss Lind
sey, Mr. and Mrs. "Wm. Henry Rice
and two guests, Miss Roe, Miss
Wightman, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wil
cox, Miiss Mabel Wilcox, Mi'B. Clar
ence Lyman, Mrs. Sisson, Mr. and
Mrs. Sloggett and their family, Mr.
and Mrs. Caleb Burns and son, Mrs.
Butchard .and her family and guests
and Mrs. Mookler.
The success of the camp was
largely due to the kindness and
co-operation of the people of Kauai,
Mrs. Irfenberg and Josef Schwartz
making it possible, by the proceeds
of the latters' concert, tho loan of
the site by Mr. Alexander, the loan
of tents and equipment by many
people and organizations, the gifts of
supplies by many others and the
transportation furnished so gener
ously by many.
Hawaiian Fish and Game Laws for 1 922-1 923
Cock Pheasant ...
25 per day...
26 per day...
25 per day
25 per day...
26 per day...
25 per day...
25 per day...
25 per day...
5 per day...
Oct. 1, 1923..
6 on Oahu..
10 on Kauai
It is urlawful to buy, sell, offer for sale, trans
port or have In possession during the closed sea
son any of these birds, and to gather, destroy,
or have in possession at any time the eggs of
Except Mynah, European Sparrow, House Finch,
Rice Bird and Native Crow.
In City and County of Honolulu only. Oatber dis
tricts no closed season.
Except on certain lands controlled by the Ameri
can Sugar Co., Molokal, where the limit is 2
bucks and 1 doe. Possession of deer meat pro
hibited during closed season.
Unlawful to take, hold, sell, or kill any of these
while with eggs, or to scrape or remove the eggg
May be taken with hook and line only. Nine Inches
and over. The use of nets, traps, etc., unlawful.
Dodge touring car. Excellent condi
tion, Model 1917. Price $400. G.
S. Sessions, Waimea.
Harley-Davidson motorcycle, just
been thoroughly overhauled at Ka
paia Garage. Cash price $150.00.
Telephone 623-L. tf.
Drummers' woolen suiting sam
ples. Return to Waimea Stables.
Ltd, ai d receive reward.
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