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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY. 25, 1922
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. on Monday, July 3 1 st
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MRS. L. W. WISHARD HONORED
Mrs. H. D. Wlshard very pleasant-
ly entertained nt tea last Friday
afternoon In honor of her daughter-
in-law, Mrs. Leslie Wlshard, of Ko
hala, Hawaii, who arrived on the
Klnau last Wednesday. Mrs. Wish-
ard's guests were Mrs. C II. Illce,
Mrs. Holbrook Goodale, Mrs. W. II.
Rice, Mrs. Win. Hyde Rice, Mrs. L.
L. Sexton, Mrs. Middleton, Mrs. T.
L, Morgan, Mrs. P. Crawford, .Mrs.
David Crawford, Mrs. C. M. V. For
ster, Mrs. N. Locke, Mrs. E. S.
Swan, Mrs. J. II .MoraBiio, Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. D. D. Baldwin, Mrs. A.
D. Braue, Mrs. C. W. Scrlbner, Mrs.
II. D. Sloggett, Mrs. B. II. Case,
Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, Mrs. Lyman.
Mrs. Searhy, Mrs. A. II. Water
house, Mrs. Waterhouse, Mrs. ,T, 13.
Corstorphlne, Mrs. Barclay, Mrs. I.
J. Hogg, Mrs. F. W. Jennings, Mrs
A. Menefoglto, Mrs. J. S. B. Pratt,
Mrs. J. H. Mldkiff, Mrs. J. M. SennI,
Mrs. F. Homer, Mrs. A. R, Glais
yer, Mrs. A. Englehard, Mrs. S.
Carter; Misses Edith nice, Lydla
Bodrero, Josephine Moragne, Dora
Broudbent, Mabel Wilcox, Gertrude
McLaughlin, Searby, Fayo and
MRS. SCRIBNER TEA HOSTESS
Mrs. C. W. Scrlbner was hostess
at a very delightful tea- last Wednes
day afternoon. Her guests were Mrs.
Charles Fern, Mrs. Sam Carter, Mrs.
Holbrook Goodale, Mrs. n. Middle
ton, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. O. Olson,
Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. T. E. Long
atreth, Mrs. T. L. Morgan; Misses
Edith nice, Martha Cook and Elinor
WILLIAM HYDE RICE
TACKY PARTY AT VALLEY HOUSE
Ono of the most enjoyable events
of the past week was a tacky party
given by James Bodrero nt tho
Valley house last Saturday evening.
Many striking costumes were in evi
dence. Mrs. T. L. Morgan, who repre
sented a Bowery laundry maid and
Mrs. Holbrook Goodale In a costume
of twenty years ago wero decidedly
the belles of tho evening.
The guests of tho evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Illce, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Fern, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Foster
Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Horner,
Dr. and Mrs. Hagood, Mrs. Holbrook
Goodale, Misses Edith nice, Martha
Wolters. Elinor Scott, Lellani Scott,
Messrs. Bernard Damon, Richard
Sloggett, Paul Illce, Win. Balthis,
Lindsay Faye, Allan Fayo, Ivan Fayo,
Ben Henderson, C. A. Baggott, L. K.
lUiinclandcr and E. P. B. Hyland.
MIDKIFFS ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Midkiff en
tertained informally at bridge last
TO BE MARRIED
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Honolulu Photo Supply Co
William Hyde nico celebrated his
7Cth birthday at Haena last Sunday.
The birthday celebration took the
form of a family reunion.
Three of his sons and two daugh
ters were present with their wives
and husbands and eighteen grand
children also were present.
Simeon Dlas and Lily Naea will
be married tomorrow evening at the
Llhue Hawaiian church, tho ceremony
being followed by a reception at
their new homu behind tho "Wireless
Miss Naea is the daughter of Mr.
und Mrs. Ah Fat of Kallhlwal and
Is principal of tho Koolau schooL
Sho is one of the most efficient and
popular girls In tho local school de
partment. Simeon Dias Is probably known to
everyone on Kauai as the courteous
clerk in tho Lihuo Store grocery de
partment, it being a byword among
housewives that If you want service
They will make their home in Ll
hue. Mrs. Horner and Mrs. T. L. Mor
gan are spending tho week nt the
Groto cottage at Koloa beach.
Inventory of tho estate of tho lato
Prince Kalanianaole, who was Ha
waii's delegato to congress at the
time of his death, was filed in the
circuit court. The estate has been
appraised at $140,331.50 by Edgar
Henriques, John E. O'Connor and
Arthur E. nestarlck, appraisers ap
pointed by tho probate judge.
59 STUDENTS ENROLL
AT HAWAII UNIVERSITY
Fifty-nine prospective students have
registered at tho University of Ha
waii for entrance in the freshmen
class this year according to tho Nip
pu Jlji. Many of these students are
from the other islands. Last year
there wero 125 students enrolled in
tho freshmen class, and Prof. A. L.
Andrews, who is in charge of regis
tration, emphasizes the necessity of
early application, accompanied by
proper credentials, ns no application
is to be considered after September
WRONG MAN ARRESTED
IN DE BOLT JR., CASE
John T. Do Bolt Jr., of Honolulu,
who was arrested recently at San
Francisco on a charge of converting
an automobile to his own use, has
been discharged and fully exonerated
by the court and police officials, ac
cording to advices received here. The
case against Do Bolt was dropped
when It was proved that his arrest
was tho result of a mistaken identi
ty. His mother left for the coast
two weeks ago following receipt of
news of her son's arrest.
ISIIAEL At Llhue Hospital, Tues
day. July 25, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs.
II. D. Israel, of Kapaa homesteads,
son: nobert Jr.
JULY MAIL FROM THE STATES
Manna July 27
Siberia Maru July 27
Niagara July 29
JULY MAIL TO STATES
China July 2D
Sonoma July 25
Persia Maru July 29
JULY MAILS FROM ORIENT
Taiyo Maru July am.
Persia Maru July 29
JULY MAIL FOR ORIENT
Nanking, today. 5 pin. Mail closes at
President Lincoln July 28
Siberia Maru July 31
JULY MAILS FROM AUSTRALIA
Sonoma July 25
Muscovy ducks. Inquire at tho Garden
Bookkeeping and shorthand taught
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Dodge touring car. Excellent condi
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S. Sessions, Waimea.
Harloy-Davidson motorcycle, just
been thoroughly overhauled at Ka
paia Garage. Cash pr.ice $150.00.
Telephone 523-L. tf.
Drummers' woolen suiting sam
ples. Return to Waimea Stables,
Ld, and receive' roward.
New Goodyear Cord tire, 32x4 be
tween Koloa and Kokee, Saturday,
July 22. Finder please return to
E. C. Fountain, Lihuo and receive
Crank for Ford car or truck near
Hanamaulu. Owner can have same
by calling at tills -office nnd pay
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