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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 01, 1922, Image 6',
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TOE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1922
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MRS. SWAN HOSTESS AT BRIDGE
Mrs. E. S. Swan was hostess al
a very delightful three-table bridge
last Friday afternoon in honor ol
Miss Josephine Moraine, who is
leaving Friday to enter Mills Col
lege In Oakland, California.
Besides the honor guest there wen
Mrs. Leslie Wishard, Mrs. J. H. Mid
kif, Mrs. C. J. Kern, Mrs. C. ;V.
Scribner, Mrs. T. L. Longstreth.
Mrs. V. Crawford, Misses Margaret
Sloggett, Lu Hue. Leiliini Siott
Ulancho Wishard and Miss Lane.
FAREWELL BRIDGE PARTY
Mr. ai:d Mrs. Win. Henry Rice inter
tained a farewell bridge party lasi
Thursday evening in honor of tlieii
son. Harrison, who left last I'lldu:
for La ha in a. Maui.
'Those who enjoyed the evening
were Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mr. unii
Mrs. E. II. Case. Mr. and Mrs
Sam Carter. Mr. and Mrs. C. .1
Kern, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kuhns
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Scribner, Mr
and Mis. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs
11. 1 Middli'ton, Mr. and Mis. Al
bert Horner, Mis. Klora Rice, Mrs
Knglehard, Mrs. Leslie Wishard.
Misses Elinor Dale, Leilani Scott
Blanche Wishard. Wanda Cheek and
La Rue, Messrs. E. F. Wood, Da
nion, Hunter, William Dalthis, IJon
Henderson and Dr. Penniston.
MRS. LONGSTRETH HONORS
MOTHER AND SISTER
A very delightful bridge tea was
jfUven by Mrs. T. E. Longstreth last
Thursday afternoon in honor of her
mother and sister, Mrs. C. A. Lane,
and Miss Lucile Lane, of Honolulu,
who have been spending the last
two weeks on Kauai. '
The roomn were very artistically
decorated for the occasion with zen
nias and nasturtiums in many shades
Mrs. Longstreth's guests were Mrs.
C. A. Lane, Miss Lucile Lane, Mrs.
II. D. Sloggett, Mrs. James Corstor
pliine. Mrs. E. S. Swan, Mrs. J. M.
Kuhns, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. F. Craw
ford, Mrs. V. Crawford. Mrs. J. II.
Midkiff. Mrs. C. W. Scribner, Mrs.
E. H. Case, Mrs. A. Epglehard, Mrs.
W. II. Rice, Mm. W. R. Hobby, Mrs.
A. Grandhome, Mrs. O. Olson, Mrs.
Peterson and Miss Bromley.
MR. AND MRS. BRENHAM GIVE
SUPPER AND BRIDGE
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Brenhom of
Port Allen were host and hostess at
a very enjoyable buffett supper and
bridge last Saturday evening, having
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Caleb
Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Balester, Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Braue, Miss Davidson ard
DIAS NAEA WEDDING
AT HAWAIIAN CHURCH
the chauffeur has the conventional
Idea of the middle class and lower
strata that a bath should be indulg
ed in only on Saturday night. In
fact, he is one of the same cloth
as the poor girl who married the
How they come to realize the'r
error and ultimately are brought
together in more congenial ties,
makes a thoroughly satisfying Btory
one filled with human touches and
typically De Mille action. Leatrice
Joy, Conrad Nagcl, Edith Roberts,
and Jack Mower are the leading
players. The Btory was written by
Jeanie MacPherson, one of the most
gifted writers for. the screen.
M'ss Lily Naea became the brid'e
of Simeon Dias last Wednesday ev
ening at the Lihue Hawaiian . church.
The church was crowded with the
friends of the popular couple. Im
mediately after the ceremony a re
ception was held at the new home
of the young couple, where their
friends gathered to wish them hap
piness in their married life.
Revealing a society marital mixup
of exceptional interest, Cecil B. De
Miile's "Saturday Night," will be
shown at the Tip Top Theater next
Saturday night. The theme, which
proves that men and women who
marry outside of their own environ
ment frequently find time to repent
their rashness is said to be admir
ably presented. The plot revolves
around a young man and women of
high social standing in life and an
other couple of humble origin and
surroundings who by a peculiar twist
of fate are led to the altar by a
reversal of the usual scheme of
things. The fashionable young man
weds the daughter of a laundress
and the aristocratic girl elopes with
her chauffeur. The wealthy youth
cannot bring himself to the level
of his spouse who delights In trips
to Coney Island. On the other hand
"SATURDAY NIGHT" AT TIP TOP
An intimate story of love that
rushed too soon in marriage. One
woman his wife. The ' other the
wife of his friend. It is a novelty,
this picture, entitled "Saturday
Night," directed by Cecil Dp Mille.
It treats of an heiress who wedded
her chauffeur, of a washer-woman's
daughter who married a son of
wealth of these four, thrown to
gether and facing a strange rew
world. See the breath-stopping res
cue over the side of the railroad
bridge. See the terrible tenement
fire. See the sensational bathing
dance of New York's revellers! See
Coney Island's hosts at play and
the accident that shocked society!
It carries all the crash and tingle
of the vivedest medo-drama and the
poignant heart-tug of life. It is a
picture of strarge marriages of four
people endeavoring to upset the
conventions. "Saturday Night" Col
orful title isn't it? The feature will
be at the Tip Top Saturday night
A heart-stirring romance of every
angle of New York life. With a
brilliant cast and a dazzle of beau
ty ' and pleasure. See De Miile's
"Saturday Night." .
If an heiress eloped with her
chauffeur and a millionaire married
his pretty laundress what would
their wedded lives be like?. See
DIAS NAEA Simeon Dias and L'fy
Naea, on Wednesday, July 26th,
Rev. Charles Keahi officiating.
PENEKU At Koloa. Sunday, July
9, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Pencku, a son: Kellett Haniake.
The Traffic Laws of Kauai are going
to be enforced more rigidly and your lights
and Headlight LENSES must hereafter bear
close official inspection.
Safety has become one of the most fundamental
factors in Automobile Driving
! .w.f, 'V ,
Bausch and Lomb Lens
It is a Lens positively without Glare but Gives a powetful light
THE VON HAMM- YOUNG CO.
Tip Top Theatre
A George D. Baker Production
from the Popular Magazine
Story by Percival Wilde.
GARETH HUGHES In a Scene From "THE HUflfitt
iWSlllS For her - a week of f
X- PRIwI I1 carefree night at Con- VM
LCVKiv Kor.h:m -a week ot m
UfipTi Ar cultured wealth, then "
prnty a n'Rlt llis 1era
j 1 J rjr A,11 when these two
Wv jCr eloped and married
llWwpV siV what of tho years that
iv.WvW. -iTnr follow., d?
mm ' A ht!art stirrinK ro"
.niance ot New York
uS 'j. If With a hrilliant
if ,ast "" a (,azz,u ot
The dramatic, heart-gripping ro
mance of a young crook
with hands as deft as a wo
man's and a heart as stout
as a man's.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9
Seena Owen and Matt Moore in
A COSMOPOLITAN PRODUCTION
A great love story of every day,
wherein a modern girl, like Eve,
pays with interest for her know
ledge of good and evil!
announces the following material reduction in the prices of
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