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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1922
DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE AT
Mrs. L. D. Larson and Mrs. A.
Menotogllo were Joint hostesses at
a very delightful bridge tea, at the
homo of Mrs. Larsen In Kllauca,
last Saturday afternoon. The rooms
wore tastefully decorated for tho
occasion with quantities of beautiful
flowers and ferns.
Those Invited wera Mrs. W. H.
Kice, Mrs. It. L. Wilcox, Mrs. Mc
Gregor, Mrs. C. J. Fern, Mrs. H. D.
Wishard, Mrs. Justin Smith. Mrs.
13. Baldwin, Mrs. P. II. Aaser, Mrs.
C. 13. Makee, Mrs. A. B. Draue, Mrs.
Tuttle, Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard, Mrs.
Sam Carter, Mrs. O. nankin, Mrs.
Duverlll, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. H. Berk
meyer, Mrs. It. H. Hagood, Mrs. F.
Horner, Mrs. E. S. Swan, Mrs. W.
H. Irving, Mrs. P. Crawford, Mrs. I.
Hogg, Mrs. K. M. Allen, Mrs. 'J. H.
Midkltf, Mrs. Lyman, Mrs. W. It.
Hobby,' Mrs. C. Bayer, Mrs. Chas.
ltlce, Mrs. T. L. Morgan, Mrs. Miller,
Mrs. L. L. Patterson, Mrs. M. White,
Mrs. Wlddlfleld, Mrs. A. M. Scott,
Mrs. Wood, Mrs. M. Langwlth, Mrs.
H. H. Brodle, Miss Edith IUce, Miss
K. Mclntyrc, Miss Lindsay and Miss
Mrs. Hagood, who held high score,
' was presented with a handsome en
amel vanity box. Mrs. McGregor
was given a dainty carved Ivory
pendant for second high score. Con
solation prizes were awarded to
Mrs. Braue and Mrs. Patterson.
MR. AND MRS. CONEY HONORED
One of tho pleasant events of tho
past week was a pol supper given
by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Coney, at
their home at Nlumalu, Saturdiy
evening, In honor of their son aid
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Coney, of Honolulu, who are renew
ing old friendships on Kauai.
Tho tables were attractively de
corated with greens and hibiscus.
All kinds of Hawaiian delicacies
were served, from roast pork to
delicious cocoanut pudding. After
supper dancing was enjoyed until
a late hour.
Mrs. Caleb Burns and her son
Frank returned from Honolulu last
MR. AND MRS JAMIESON HOSTS
AT SIX TABLE BRIDGE
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .Tfimioson woro
hosts at a pleasantly assembled
bridge at their home last Friday
evening, Six tables were in play.
Tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ja
mleson woro Mr. nnd Mrs. It. Garl
inghouso, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Craw
ford, Dr. and Mrs. Justin Smith,
Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Morgan, J.r. and
Mrs. It. F. Middleton, Mr. and Mrs.
James Corstorphlno, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 0. Hobby, Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Wood, Mr. nnd Mrs. Scrlbner; Miss
es Edith nice, Loralno Phelps and
Ada Morgan; Messrs. Stackhousc,
and A. Wile.
Miss Edith nice and Dr. Smith
were awarded attractive prizes for
high scores, and Mrs. Crawford and
Mr. Middleton received consolation
Mrs. B. D. Baldwin of Makawell
returned from Honolulu on tho Clau
dine last Friday, morning.
Miss Edith Avlson wns an arriv
ing passenger on the Klnau this
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
The auditorium of LIhuo Union
church was filled last Sunday
morning to hear Jimmy Taylor, and
all went away feeling it had been
"good to be there." Mr. Taylor
took as the topic of his talk "There
Is But One God," and used as lllus
tratlons for his remarks observa
tions and experiences from his
many travels throughout tho coun
tries of the world. The fruitless en
deavor of the religious worshipper
of India and other countries to find
peace and satisfaction thru bodily
torture and other torms of observ'
anco In accordance with his religl
ous belief wore pictured.
The satisfaction that only comes
from the worship of the. true God
regardless of country or creed was
shown by tho speaker thru personal
experience on battle field, denert
and In every-day life
A solo appropriate to the theme
of the morning was charmingly sung
by Mrs. W. H. Irving of Kllauea,
By Cold Storage Diredt from the Coaft:
Oranges, Apples, Grape Fruit, Emperor Grapes, and other Fruits
Almonds Walnuts Chestnuts Brazil Nuts
McBRYDE SUGAR CO'S STORE
Kauai's Wholesale House
AGRICULTURE TO BE
TAUGHT BY MAIL; U. H.
HAS THREE COURSES
The extension service of tho Unl-
vorslty of Hawaii will offer three
correspondence courses in Hawaii
an Agriculture. Lessons will con
sist of 5 to 12 mimeographed pages
each, to be mailed out weekly to
Courso 1. Elementary Principles
of Agrlculturo in Hawaii, is a re
vision of tho correspondence courso
offered last year. It will have 15
weekly lessors with tho following
1. Air, Sunlight and Water ns "fac
tors In agriculture.
2. The Story of Soil; How It is
4. Story of Soil; Fertile Soli.
G. The Sources of Fertilizers and
How They are Made.
C. The Life Process of a Plant.
7. Improvement of Plants and
Animals Thru Selection and Breeding.
8. Vegetables for Hawaii and How
to Grow Them.
9. Fruits for Hawaii and their
10. Pests and Diseases of Veget
ables and Fruits.
11. Insect control by Parasites.
12. Sugar Cane in Hawaii.
13. Pests and Diseases of Sugar
14. Hog Raising in Hawaii.
15. Dairying in Hawaii.
Courso 2 consists of six lesson)
in soil science. The lessons will be
gin In January. These lessons are
1. The Physical Properties of Soil.
2. The Chemical Problem of Soli.
3. Tho Biological Properties of Soil.
4 Tho Function and Supply of
Phosphorous In tho Soil and a Dis
cussion of Phosphorous Fertilizers.
5. Tho Function and Supply of
Potash in the Soil and a Discussion
of Potash Fertilizers.
C. The Function and Supply of
Nitrogen in the Soli and a Discus
sion of Nitrogen Fertilizers.
Poultry Culture in Hawaii is the
name of tho third course. It will
consist of 8 or 10 lessons with some
illustrations accompanying the .mi
meographed sheets, beginning in
All Interested may enroll in any
or all of the courses by writing to
the Extension Service depriattnent,
University of Hawaii.
Dolls Games Tinker Toys Toy Dishes
of other toys to gladden the hearts of the children
Christmas Tree Decorations
ITEM8 OF INTEREST
While Horace Mann, tho famous
educator, was sitting in his study
ono day, an insane man rushed into
tho room and challenged him to a
"My dear fellow," replied Mr.
Mann, "it would give mo great plea
sure to accommodate you, but I can't
do It, tho odds arc so unfair. I am
a man by namo and a man by na
turethat's two against ono."
"Oh, como ahead!" tho Insane man
answered. "I am a man nnd a man
besldo myself. Let us four have a
fight." Boston Transcript.
Spiritualistic experiments, says the
Scientific American, have caused 11
members of a family In southern
Bavaria to go mad. Just talking
about tho subject makes some of
In California 241 convicts serving
terms in the state prison have made
tho best of a Job by enrolling in the
extension classes of tho University
of California. Thirty of them are
taking agricultural courses and sup
plementing their book learning by
practical work on tho prison farm.
Working for tho government isn't
all It's cracked up to bo. Hugo D.
Newhouso, an attorney of San Fran
cisco, went to Washington ns a
"dollar a year man" two months be
fore tho armistice. A few weeks ago
he got his first pay-check. It was
for 19 cents, and in tho corner was
a notation that no funds were Im
mediately available to pay It.
You now can travel to Jerusalem
In an aeroplane, the department of
commerce tell3 us. The Palestine
postal service has started an air
mail service between Palestine and
Mesopotamia and tho planes will
Tongass National Forest, Alaska
has the only seagoing forest rangers
that wo have ever heard of. - Tho
forest has a fine systom of water
ways and the rangers use motor
boats instead of horses In going
Send your magazine orders (new
or old) to tho K. C. Hopner News
Agency, Llhue, and they will bo
promptly attended to. Phono 22.L
Summer Vacation All Around
Motives aro usually mixed, and
we not that numerous congregations
aro preparing to send their preach
ers away for a rest. Minneapolis
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