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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, .TULY 18, 1922
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AND MRS. P. L. RICE HOSTS
AT MOONLIGHT PICNIC
Mr. ai:d Mis. Philip Rice were host
and hostess at a delightful moonlight
picnic and boating party up the Wat
lua river last Saturday evening.
After a most enjoyable ride up the
rivir in the boats they arrived at the
kukui grove. After a swim in the
river a hearty supper was enjoyed by
all present and a pleasant evening
was spent around the bonfire.
. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hohrig ar
rived from Honolulu last Friday morn
ing for a visit at their old Lome in
I. -hue. Tiny are the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. It. J. Wilkenson and son Mer
"vyn. of Honolulu, arrived last Friday
on the Claudine and will spend some
time visiting her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy F. Rankin
MRS. MIDDLETON IS
Mrs. Robert Middleton very charm
ingly entertained at bridge tea last
Friday afternoon in honor of Miss
losephinc Moragne and her guests.
Misses Anna Cook and Margaret Fear
by. Those who enjoyed the afternoon
were Mrs. Sam Carter, Mrs. T. L.
.Morgan, Mrs. J. H. Midkiff, Mrs. A.
Kvglchard, Mrs. Charles Fern, Mrs.
K. H. Case, Mrs. R. H. Hagood, Mrs.
James Corstorphino; Misses Josephine
Mnra;,'no. Anna Cook, Margaret Sear
by, Jean Sisson, Leilani Scott, Ade
laide McConnell, Pora Broadbent,
Blanche Wishard and Elinor Dale.
AT LAWAI BEACH
Miss Josephine Moragne entertained
at ii very delightful swimming party
and basket lunch at Lawai beach last
Tuesday in honor of her house guests
the Misses Anna Cook and Margaret
Searby of Honolulu.
In the party were Misses Jean Sis
son, Anna Scott, Elinor Scott, Lei
lani Scott, Margaret Sloggett, Doro
thea Sloggett, Blanche Wishard, Dora
Broadbent, Catherine Moragne; Messrs.
Cedric Baldwin, Paul Baldwin, Robert
Ewart. Alan Faye, Richard Rice, Paul
Rice, Richard Sloggett, William Eav
es, Walter McBryde. Alexander Me
liryde, William Moragne, Dr. and Mrs.
T. L. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
P. O. BOX G
C. B. Hofgaard &
MRS. SINCLAIR ROBINSON
RECEIVES IN HONOR OF
MRS. SELWYN ROBINSON
Mrs. Sinclair Robinson held a re
ception at her home at Pakala last
Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs.
Selwyn Robinson, who has lately como
to the islands as a bride.
More than sixty guests from all
parts of the Island were present to
meet Mrs. Robinson. Miss Eleanor
Robinson assisted her sisters in re
ceiving while Mrs. Aubrey ltobinson
and Mrs. George Ewart poured teu.
A stringed orchestra gave an added
charm to the beautifuly decorated
Kekapua, the beautiful home for
merly occupied by Francis Gay, is be
.ng renovated for the occupancy of
the newly married couple.
Mrs. 11. J. Wilkinson and Mrs. Guy
F. Rankin were among the guests at
Mrs. Chas. Rice's luncheon last Sat
urday. BEACH PARTY AT MOLOAA
A party composed of the Livesey
and Cheatham families, of the Ka
paa homesteads, are camping for the
month at Moloaa beach, where, It is
reported they are having a glorious
Mrs. R. J. Wilkinson and Mrs. Guy
Rankin are spending the week end
at Halemanu visiting Mrs. Rankin's
sister, Mrs. Eric Knudsen.
POPULAR YOUNG KILAUEA
COUPLE WED IN HONOLULU
The marriage of Miss Jeannette
Scott, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Scott of Kilauea plantation, and Wil-a
liam Akana, time keeper of the same
plantation, took' place at the Roman
Catholic church in Honolulu on Sat
urday, July &. The wedding was a very
quiet one. George Akana, the groom's
brother, and Mrs. Robert Mahikoa,
were the witnesses.
The young couple are spending
their honeymoon in Lihue as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foun
tain. Dr. P. J. Peniston of Lihue Hispit
al returned Friday from a brief visit
BABY VAMPIRE, NEW
STYLE OF MANHUNTER
We know the baby's stare of old,
but the baby vamp is new. This one
is 19 and only an Inch over five feet,
has no past and not much reputation
and didn't need experience because
she was born that way.
Great flaming rockets of distress,
how the boy did fall for her! And
what a banquet he was for a hungry
little vamp, ready to order two por
tions of everything on the bill of fare,
he with his car and his valet and his
unlimited checking account, for he was
"The Man Who Had Everything."
Shannon Day Is the vamp, and Jack
PIckford the checking account. As
Harry Bullway, he Is the typical rich
man's spoiled son frivolous, selfish,
dissipated, Incurably Idle. Old Mark,
his puzzled father, has just about giv
en him up for utterly worthless, when
a strange shadow crosses their path.
They are motoring, and, at a crowd
ed corner, ran down a blind peddler.
Characteristically, Harry abuses him,
for getting in the way. The blind man
pises up and curses him. "This Is my
curse," he says, "that you may have
everything you want."
The curse comes true. Harry takes
it w ith a laugh, but old Mark is shak
en into deep thought. A life of endless
gratification and no effort, nothing
to whet the appetite, no joy in the
exercise of any strength that even
the weakest man might have, every
thing to be had for the mere wishing,
everything a living hell such an ex
istence would become! Either it would
kill a man, satiate hm to death, or
drive him to burst out of it in sheer
Something of the sort might be the
saving of Harry, old Mark thinks, and
resolves to become the fairy giver of
the curse. Everything Harry can de
sire is his as soon as the wish is ex
pressed. He greatly desires, among
other things, the baby vamp. Certain
ly with a father's blessings and a mil
lion dollars for the bride.
The cure works. Harry experiences
a growing distaste for an unending
diet of such soft food and finally
breaks away from home for a fresh
start as a penniless youth, looking
for a job. From that moment the ac
tion takes a very different direction.
Without his check book the baby
vamp has no further use for him and
the marriage doesn't take place.
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SATURDAY MOVIES AT TIP been changed this week to Friday ev-
TOP WILL BE SHOWN FRIDAY ening on account of the coming Tandy
The regular Saturday night movie Mackenzie concert,
program at the Tip Top theater has
"THE BRIDE'S PLAY"
Donn Byrne, one of the most popu
lar short story writers of the day, is
the author of "The Bride's Play," a
romantic story of Ireland, a country
in which the author lived many years
and in which he received his educa
tion. The picture, while modern in its
sitting, carries the audience back to
medieval days in the portraying of a
romantic incident that took place cen
turies before. The plot embodies a
beautiful legend of Ireland called "The
Bride's Play," according to which the
bride at an ancient Irish wedding us
ed to approach the male wedding
guests with the question, "Are you
the one I love best?"
This is a tale of modern Ireland
which uses 111 in leuHii.l s n khhi'.-i.
iiarrassnient aiul also recalls ils
medieval times, when men were
use in me
bold and stole brides from before
their groom's eyes. The story con
tains many thrills. The charm of the
legetid and the power of the roiuaucc
are sufticb nt to make the offrrin
highly entertaining aside from the ex
pressive performances of the star and
her capable assistants. George Ted-
williger directed and has staged the
story against charming backgrounds.
Wednesday, July 19
"ONE GLORIOUS DAY"
Ably assisted by several
talented play rs. Will Rog
ers is featured In "One
Glorious Day," a Paramount
comey which comes to
the Tip Top, Wednesday.
July 19. Lila Lee, dainty
and magnetic, is the lead
ing woman. Alan Hale, re
cently seen in "The Great
Impersonation." John Fox,
a small boy, Emily Rait,
George Nichols and Clar
Ek was a mischievous and
wayward spli'it nmong a
whole universe of good lit
tle spirits and when he ar
rived on earth just two
jumps behind the stork
things began to hum. See
Ek and Will Rogers in this
novelty of the season a
picture that has never been
equaled for originality and
Friday, July 21
POLA NEGRI in
A Paramount Production
Who Had Everything"
Wednesday, July 26
Famous Players -Lasky Corp, presents
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