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THg PARPEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1922.
GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATED
TODAY AT HALE NANI
Mr. and Mrs. W'llllam Hyde Rice,
will celebrate the 60th anniversary
of their wedding today at Hale
Nanl with an old fashioned luau.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice will be at home
to all their friends and over two
thousand guests are expected to
share their hospitality this after
noon and evening.
Many friends and relatives have
come from the other islands to be
with them on this day. Hale Nanl
Is being smothered under an ava
lanche of flowers and the air seems
to be full of wireless messages of
aloha and congratulations for them.
Among those who arrived on the
Claudine this morning to attend
the golden wedding were Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. P. Cooke, C. H. Cooke,
Theo. Cooke, Mrs. R. A. Cooke.
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Jr., Mrs. L. L.
Sexton, Mrs. Philip Spalding, Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Rice, Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Rice, and Mrs. K. M. Cre
hore. JIMMY CLAPPER HAS BIRTHDAY
Jimmy Clapper, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Clapper of Lihue, cele
brated his tenth birthday last Sat
urday afternoon with a very enjoy
able party. After a number of Jolly
games had been played the child
ren adjourned to the dining room
where a beautifully appointed ta
ble had been prepared. The color
scheme was carried out In yellow
and green in table decorations and
Those who enjoyed the party were
Marjorie Wood, Charles Wood, Lel
lanl Clapper, Lloyd Nelson, Mervin
Nelson and Glen Hopper.
MOKIHANA STUDY CLUBS
TO MEET NEXT MONDAY
The first meeting of the Mokihana
Study clubs will be held at the Mo
kihana hall on the afternoon of
October 23. The current events class
will meet from 3 to 4 p. m. and
the reading class from 4 to 6 p. m.
All ladies who have registered for
the classes and any who wish to
Join are urged to be present at the
MRS. GUY RANKIN 18 TEA
. Mrs. Ouy Rankin ot Makawell en
tertained at very charming tea
last Wednesday afternoon, compli
menting Miss Isabel Faye, who la
spending a year in Walmea, and
Mrs. Selwyn Robinson, who has re
cently come to make her home on
Kauai. The rooms were made very
attractive with quantities ot potted
tern and chrysanthemums.
A musical program had been ar
ranged and was a delightful treat
to the guests. Miss Rollena, who is
leaching at Eleele, delighted every
one with several songs, her rich
contralto voice was very pleasing to
iiear. Another charming feature of
the program was a piano solo by
Besides the honor guests, those
invited were Mrs. W. F. Horner,
Mrs. Wilson Cannon and the Misses
Anna Carter, Gall Borum, Caroline
Weller, Brenner, Rollins, Lydia Bo-
drero and Ruth Lindsay.
MR. AND MRS. J. A. HOGG
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carter were
ihe guests of honor at a four table
bridge given by Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Hogg, Monday evening. The affair
was in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Car
ter's fourth wedding anniversary.
First prize for the ladles waa won
by Mrs. C. J. Fern. Ben Henderson
won high score and prize tor the
gentlemen. MIbs McLaughlin and C.
J. Fern were awarded consolation
Those invited were Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Carter, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fern,
Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Morgan, Mr. and
Mrs. R. F. Middleton, Miss Gertrude
McLaughlin, Miss Elinor Dale,
William Balthls and Ben Hender
son. MR. AND MRS. AKIONA GIVE
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Aklona cele
crated the first birthday of their
daughter, Elinor, last Saturday ev
enlng at Nawtllwlll with an old
fashioned luau. About fifty guests
WALLACE R.E I D m th
'Across the Continent
FLIVVER PLAYS BIG PART IN
WALLACE P. E ID'S NEW
The small type of motor car cor
responding with the much ridiculed
flivver, playa the hero role among
the props in "Across the Conti
nent," a new Paramount picture
starring Wallace Reid which come
to the Tip Top theater tomorrow
"This is the first time" said By
ron Morgan, author of the story
and scenario, "that a small car of
the popular type has been cast tor
a heroic role in a film. Ordinarily
it Is the big powerful machine that
gets in the limelight. But here we
have the 'Dent' car with the star
at the wheel, winning and play
ing a big role in a drama for love
"I personally covered some 3000
miles obtaining material for this
story, getting atmosphere and ideas
and checking the mileage to make
the picture as accurate as possible.
"There has not been a real trans
continental contest for years. Now
adays, it is a case of a car racing
against time, and I have an idea
this may point the way to a reviv
al of the old racing events, it manu
facturers heed the hint given. It
can be done and the picture shows
BASS (B-H) HUETER
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1857
NONE WITH GREATER
NONE WITH BETTER
FULL LINES FOR EVERY PURPOSE
Look At Our Window
See the Painted Bungalow
Tip Top Theatre
FIVE KEELS OF SMILES
SOMETIMES A SOB
Now or Never "
A LAUGHTER SPECIAL
Saturday Matinee for the children Admission 10c
' C Cpammounl Qidun
Wm. Desmond in
SctM from "PIOHTIN MAD
THE FOUR HORSEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE
will be shown at this the
ter on Friday and Saturday
November 10 and 11.
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estimates are right,
cigarette in the
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