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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1922.
MISS IMOGENE BENTON
HAS SWIMMING PARTY
Vrs ImoK-nj Heiilon entertained
nbont 20 of lmr young friends nt a
very delightful RwinunliiK party on
Tuesday afternoon at their beach
house. While the young people wore
ftwiiimiiiig, Riih. Meiiefoglio enter
talnod the parents at bridge. Mrs.
Larson won the prize for high score.'
Later in the afternoon punch nnd
cuke were served. Everybody went
home, voting the afternoon one of
the most pleasant of the season.
MOONLIGHT PARTY UP
THE WAILUA RIVER
One of the most pleasant affairs
of the past week was the moonlight
picnic up the Wailua river last Sat
urday evening given by Mr. and Mrs.
II. T. Barclay of Kealia, In honor
of Miss Klanche Wishard and her
guest, Miss Florence Gibb.
The evening was ideal for such
an outing and the barge ride on the
river with the delicious luiicheoi
at the picnic grounds was greatl.
enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Thilip Uice entei
tained at a week end party las
Saturday and Sunday, having ai
their guests several of their nepl.
ews and nieces as well as a few
of their friends. Swimming was tht
main amusement during the week
end. - j
Mrs. Sam Carter and Mrs. Rufut
Hagood Jr. with her three children
returned from Kokee lust Saturda)
after spending a week among the
Dr. and Mrs. Dunn and their chil
dren are among the local people
who are vacationing at Kokee.
Mrs. .1. S. H. Pratt Jr., accompani
ed by her son J. S. B. l'ratt III. de
parted on the Lui'linu last Sunday
for a two months' stay on the main
land. She was accompanied as far
as Honolulu by her husband.
The many friends of Mrs. Hay
Allen of Koloa will regret to hear
that she is confined to her home
with a broken ankle.
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MR. AND MRS. MIDDLETON
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middleton en
tertained a few friends at dinner
last Monday evening, the ocension
being the first anniversary of their
marriage. Those who enjoyed the
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Midleton
were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carter, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fern and Dr. and
Mrs. T. L. Morgan.
McBRYDE SOCIAL CLUB HOLDS
The Meliryde Social Club held its
regular moonlight party at the Me
liryde beach house last Saturday
evening. Dancing and swimming fur
nished the entertainment for the ev
ening. Miss Marge Foster of East Or
ange, New York, Miss LaRue of
Canada, and Miss Florence Gibb, of
Aiea, Oahu, are the house guests of
Miss Blanche Wishard, of Lihue. The
young ladies are delighted with the
eauties "of Kauai.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilcox and
Ir. and Mrs. II. D. Sloggett and
tichard Sloggett will leave Kauai
text Saturday for Honolulu where
hey will sail on the Matsonia on
uigust 15th for the mainland for
i short vacation. Richard will re
nain on the coast and attend school.
Several boys and girls from the
outlying communities of the if-lnnd
are anxious to enter Kauai Union
high school this tall and are willing
to accept any kind of profitable
work that will help them to make
their way. Some jobs for yard boys,
chauffeurs and other kinds of em
ployment have been secured but
there are a number still on the
anxious list who would be plad to
do anything that will help furnish
the required wherewithal! to com
tinue their education.
Anyone having or knowing work
that could be done by one of these
young people during the winter, can
notify the county Y secretary, Xeil
Locke, who will make the necessary
connections between job. jobber anu
Work on Kauai
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hesitate to come forward to do their
share of civic duties.
Another result of this visit of the
Princess, is a revival of the feel
ing that there is nothing to bo ach
ieved by apathy, that any thing for
the good of the race could be ac
complished. The Princess has em
phasized the fact that the Hawaiian
must show themselves worthy of
respect before they can demand that
respect of others. How like her
worthy husband- She has preached
unity and love as the motto of her
organization, and right nobly have
her people responded to her plea.
At Walmea, Kapaa, Kilauea, Ana
hola, Lihue, Koloa, Hunapepe and
Kekaha, every Hawaiian woman
who could ge to the place of meet
ing turned out to hear the Princess
The thoughtful among the women
folk are beginning to realize that
in these clubs of women there is a
potential power with which to reck
on. But they also realize that the
Princess is earnest in her endeav
ors to have the women work for
high ideals, and therefore they are
hopeful that the women will work
for cleaner politics at all times.
The surprise of the season is Ka
paa, the Fighting Eighth. Last Tues
day afternoon the Princess was
pleasantly impressed with the recep
tion given her. About 70 Hawaiian
women were gathered in the Hawaii
an Hall to welcome her. These wo
men had, two days previous, ap
pointed a committee to arrange a
luau and everything was in readi
ness when the Princess and her
party arrived. A supiptuous luau was
served after she had received her
people's homage. A large number" of
men were also ' present, and so the
occasion was more of a reception
by the whole Hawaiian community.
After the luau however, tilings took
on a different aspect. The Princess
gave a short talk, and outlined what
she wished done. It was then the
women showed the caliber of which
they were made. They proceeded
with the organization and the elec
tion of officers like veterans in the
Mrs. Keliinol was elected presi
dent, Mrs. C. L. Kelekoma, vice pres
ident, Mrs. I. K. Kauuwai, secretary,
Mrs. Lily Cummings, assistant secre
tary, Mr3. John Hano, treasurer and
Mrs. Meahou Koalil, Mrs. N. K.
Hoopii and Mrs. Sarah Cummings,
executive committee. The, unity with
these women showed in getting up
the luau and all the work connected
with it. and the smoothness with
which the organization was accom
plished were the things which set
the old politicians amongst the folk
A club was organized at Kilauea
with Mrs. Amain as president; an
other was organized at Anahola with
Mrs. Werner as its president and
a bunch of live wires for other of
ficers. Mrs. Henry Blake heads the
club at Koloa. while Mrs. W. O.
Crowell presides over the Walmea
Last Friday nfternoon, the Hawaii
an women of Lihue gathered at hte
Lihue Hawaiian church and organ
ized an auxiliary club. Mrs. Emma
K. Wilcox was elected president.
Mrs. Mileka Kahele, vice president,
Mrs. Kalel Montgomery, secretary,
Mrs. C. H. Keahl, assistant secre
tary, Mrs. Wm. Kaiawe, treasurer;
and Mrs. E. Lovell Sr., Mrs. llnlea
kala I, and Mrs. W. N. Stewart, ex
ecutive committee. A luau was serv
ed after the organization and this
wits partaken of by the members of
the club as well as by many friends
who wished it success.
Last Tuesday evening the Princess
was serenaded at Kilohana by a
number of the Kapaa and Lihue
singers. She showed preference to i
Hawaiian melodies, and so the ev
ening was spent in reviving some
of the old airs of long ago. She
will be given another serenade this
evening before she leaves for Ho
nolulu tomorrow night.
Throughout the whole islard tli. re
prevails a feeling of appreciation of
what the Princess Is doing in the
effort to hold her people together
and to make them work for the best
Ideithi nt all times. Her emphasis of
the fact that wn must have a respct
for ourselves before wo ran expect
respect from others has iippi ah d
to the Hawaiian nnd he is out with
a stronger determination to attain
this end. Some' nond will come out
of this sacrifice being made by tile
Princess, and it is hoped that these
belli I its may be lasting. Anyway she
is leaving with the heartfelt aloha
of her people. Tie y will eagerly
look forward to the time when she
will again visit Kauai to keep fan
ning the flames, so that the motto
of her clubs, "Aloha and I'nity"
may burn nil the brighter.
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