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THE1 QAftDBtt ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1922
MRS. J. H. MORAGNE GIVES
Mrs. J. H. Moragno entertained
tho Llhuo high and tho Llhuo gram
mar school teachers last Friday af
ternoon with a very enjoyable
BEATRICE AKO CHING BECOMES
BRIDE OF N. C. TOM
Miss Beatrice Ako Chlng, of Wal
niea, becanio tho bride of N. C. Tom
of Honolulu last Saturday ovenlnp
at a very pretty wedding at the
Watmca Hawnllan church, Ilev. M
K. Carver officiating.
Tho bridal party was made up of
Miss I'riscllla Charman as malt'
of honor, while Iloso Ako Chlng am
nolle Tsark were the bridesmaids.
Two younger sisters of the brid
acted as flower girls.
A reception was held nt the home
of the bride's father linmedlatoi
after tho wedding and a large num
bcr of friends gathered to give thoii
best wishes to the young couple.
After a honeymoon In Honolulr
the ncwlyweds will return to Vnl
niea where they will make tholr
Mrs. Malcolm of Waliilha was r
returning passenger on the Cloudlnc
MARRIED IN HILO
Charles S. Crane, manager of the
Advertiser Publishing Co., and Mrs.
Emma S. Thompson, both of Ho
nolulu, were married In Hllo on
Mr. and Mrs. Crane are at the
Volcano House near tho crater of
Kilauea, where they will spend two
weeks. On their return to Honolulu
they will make their home at the
Crane residence, Ocean View Drive,
The wedding of tho Advertiser
manager came as a complete sur
prise to his many friends in Hono
lulu. On his leaving for Hllo last
Saturday only a few Intimate friends
were aware of the approaching mar
riage. Mrs. Crane, and her daughter, Miss
Margaret Thompson, who was a
witness to her mother's wedding,
wore visitors on Kauai about three
Tho Garden Island extends con
gratulations to the happy couple.
MRS. C. L. LANE HONORS
Mrs. C. L. Lane entertained at
a very delightful bridge tea last
Wednesday afternoon In honor of tho
teachers of Llhuo grammar school.
MISS LOEHR ANNOUNCES HER
Mrs. Frank Bechcrt and Mrs. Gus
lar llcchcrt entertained at the for
nior's homo In Nuuanu valley Tues
day afternoon In honor of Miss
Anna Loehr of Kauai. Tho affair
was a surpriso shower.
The Bechert homo was prettily
decorated with mixed flowers In
soft shades. When all tho guests
had assembled, Miss Loehr an
nounced her engagement to William
Spillner of Maul. The wedding will
take nlacc shortly after Christmas
In Honolulu. Miss Loehr attended
St, Andrew's Priory and is well
known on Kauai.
Miss Emma Luke of the county
treasurer's office was a returning
passenger this morning on the Clau
Joe Simpson returned on the Clau
dine this morning after a flying trip
E. Damkroger, welfaro director of
Makaweli returned this morning
from a brief visit to Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lydgate, who
have been in Honolulu for the past
two weeks, where Mr. Lydgate has
been underginog treatment, return
ed on the Claudine this morning.
M. R. Jardlne of Kalaheo return
ed from Honolulu this morning on
CHANGE IN SAILING SCHEDULE
S. S. CLAUDINE
Duo to annual Inspection and gen
eral repairs, the S. S. CLAUDINE
will be laid up from October 25th
to November 2nd.
Tho abovo vessel will sail with
passengers and general freights for
Ahuklnl on Monday, October 23rd,
but on her roturn will sail from
Ahuklnl to Honolulu on Tuesday,
October 24th, at C p.m. Instead of
on Wednesday, October 25th, at 5
Sho will omit her regular trips
to Nawlllwtll and Ahuklnl on October
20th and October 30th.
Nawlllwlll frolght will bo receiv
ed on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oc
tober 24th and 25th to go forward
by the S. S. KInau sailing at 8 p.m.
on October 25th.
The S. S. CLAUDINE will bo on
tho loading berth for Nawlllwlll nnd
Ahuklnl on Wednesday, November
1st and Thursday, November 2nd,
and will sail on the latter dato at 8
p.m., and returning will sail from
Ahuklnl on Saturday, November 4th
at 5 p.m.
Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H. Oct. G. 1922.
CHANGE IN SAILING SCHEDULE
S. S. KINAU
For Week October 30-November 4.
Due to the annual Inspection on
Saturday, -November 4th, the abovo
vessel will sail from Honolulu for
Koloa, Port Allen and Wjalmea with
general freights via Nawlllwlll with
mall and passengers on Monday,
October 30th, nnd returning will
sail from Wnlmea on Thursday, No
vember 2, at 11 a.m. and Nawlllwlll
on Thursday at 5 p.m., arriving
back at Honolulu on Friday, No
Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H. Oct. C. 1922.
EVERY KAUAI CAR OWNER
A MICHELIN CORD TIRE
Is our reference as to
KAUAI GARAGE '
A FEW HOLIDAY
Magazines the Ladies Would Enjoy
Wonuins Home Companion
Ladies Home Journal
Magazines for the Business Man
What every busy man wants to know. Witli limited time
for reading, how can a business man keep well informed on bus
iness and financial conditions?
JIEUJJ JS THE ANSWER
Forbs Magazine Review of Reviews
Popular Science Monthly Colliers
American Magazine Saturday Evening Post
Current Opinion The Mentor
Magazines for Boys and Girls
John Martin's Book
Correct English Literary Review
Normal Instructor-Primary Plans
Popular Science Monthly
Field and Stream
Motion Picture Classic
Sports and Outdoors
PRICES ON APPLICATION TO THIS
The K. C. Hopper News Agency
WAIPOULI RACE TRACK
SUNDAY, OCT. 29
TICKETS FOR LAST SUNDAY'S GAMES WILL BE HONORED
FIRST GAME AT 1 O'CLOCK
Makee vs. All-Stars
East Kauai vs. West Kauai
Admission 25c Children 15c Autos 50c
RESERVED AUTO SPACE MAY BE SECURED FROM G. M. SHAK, HAWAIIAN CANNERIES.
S. Harry Oka, formerly of the Hilo Drug Co. and until
recently with the Hawaiian Drug Co. of Honolulu
wishes to announce the opening of the
KAPAA DRUG COMPANY
at Kapaa, on the premises formerly occupied by the
Kauai Drug Company. For two weeks, from Oct.
24 to November 7 a special discount of 25
per cent will be given to the purchasers
of all articles in the store, except
ice cream and cold drinks
Fresh Velvet Ice Cream from the Honolulu Dairymen's
Association will be sold regularly, and everything
in the latest line of Drugs and Toilet
Articles will be avail able
Kapaa Drug Company
S. HAUHY OKA, Proprietor