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THEi flAftbfeN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1922
Dr. Emerson is
to Visit Kauai
Kauai Is to havo tlio pleasure or
entertaining during the week Dr.
William H. P. Emerson, noted spe
cialist on nutrition, who comes at
tho Invitation of the Kauai Social
Service Association. Dr. Emerson
will be hero but two days, Friday
and Saturday, S and 0 ot Docombor,
and will make but one public ad
dress. This ,vlll bo at tho Llhuo
Memorial Parish house on Friday,
evening at 7:30. A cordial invita
tion Is extended to all to hear Dr.
Emerson at that time.
MESDAMES FERN AND MORGAN
ARE JOINT HOSTESSES
Mrs. C. J. Fern and Mrs. T. L.
Morgan were the charming hostoss
es at two delightful bridge parties
last Saturday, at the homo of Mrs.
C. J. Fern at Wallua. The first
bridge was in tho afternoon with
seven tables in play. Attractive priz
es were given to Mrs. W. H. IUce
and Jf?s. J. C. Jamlcson.
The evening bridge was for tho
young married folk and awards were
presented to Mrs. L. D. Larsen and
Tho room in which tho guests
played were attractively decorated
with pink water lilies and zenlas.
Reports havo reached tho Garden
Island that some person has been
building a road thru the park on
the Wailua river that was formerly
tho birth place of tho Kauai chiefs.
According to our information the
maker ot the road has been using
powder and in his blasting opera
tions has just missed the famous
blrthstonc in the park.
Wo believe that this Is within
tho province of the Historical So
ciety and refer this Information to
that body. v
The Obliging Boss
ClerkSir, I'd like my salary rais
ed." BossWell, don't worry. I've rais
ed It somehow every week so far,
Thero Is ono honest brokerage
house. It advertises: "Let us place
your name on our wailing list." As
Norman King, chemist of Koloa,
was n returning passenger from
Honolulu last Saturday morning.
Mrs. Jnmos 11. Corstorphir.e, of
Koalla, returned last ' Saturday from
a visit of several weeks to Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Balestor of
McUrydo were returning passengers
from Honolulu last Saturday morn
Dr. A. Y. Yee, optician of Ho
nolulu, was an arrival on tho Claud
iiu this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Douglas ot
Lawal were roturnlng passengers
on tho Klnau last Saturday.
A. F. Branson of tho Ford Motor
Co. arrived on the island this morn
ing on a business trip.
Mrs. A .S .Wilcox, accompanied
by Mrs. S. B. Deverlll, came over
from Honolulu this morning.
A. Horner Sr., territorial sugar
expert, came over from Honolulu
on tho Claudlno this morning.
Miss L. Melancon of McBryde was
an arrival from Honolulu on tho
Claudlne this morning.
William Danford, assistant man
ager of Kekalm plantation, return
ed last Saturday from a visit to
Miss Gertrude McLaughlin of the
Kuuui public library paid a visit to
Honolulu last week, returning Sat
A Good Sign
Her Father But, young man, do
you think you can make my daugh
Her Suitor Do I, I wish you
could have seen her when I pro
posed! London Opinion.
NOW FOR THE HOLIDAYS
IN LOS ANGELES
A letter received recently from
Karl B. Morgan, formor manager
of tho Kapaa bank, has tho follow
ing Interesting bit of news:
"You might bo intorested in know
ing that thcro is quito a little Kauai
colony hero In Los Angoles mado
up of tho following:
"Mr. and Mrs. II: H. (Oily) Jones
of Standard oil tamo, Jimmy and
Mrs, Taber, of Kauai Drug Co.; Van
Louvcn and wife, who had tho storo
next to tho bank; Charles Baggott's
brother, now operating a gasoline
service station between Los Angeles
and Long Beach; also, yours truly,
Mrs. Morgan and tho boy.
"Mrs. Madeline Soulo Burke Is al
so hero with her now husband.
"Wc all get together occasionally
and eventually the talk turns to
Thanksgiving Day services wero
held in the Llhue Union church at
10:30 Thursday morning.
llov. 11. G. Hall of Koloa was tho
speaker and emphasized In his re
marks the many blessings for .which
the people under the flag of tho
United States have reason to thank
Famine and disease are not dis
turbing our national llfo as in many
other countries of tho globe. Wur
nor the rumors of war do not hang
In threatening clouds over our
Wo havo cause to bo thankful' for
Individual ard national health, for
fi lends at homo and abroad, for
abundance ot food and material gifts
for tho evidence of bettor under
ntandlng between tho various class
es of our society, for tho moral
and religious advances as shown
in tho increased interest and mem
bership of tho church. For all these
blessings and a multitude more, wo
should voico our thanks to the
Giver, and thru our dally living ex
press our gratitude for tho mercies
that have been showered upon us.
EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS
An exhibition of Mr. Gurrey's
paintings will be given at Mokihana
Hall, Llhue, on December 0, 7, 8 and
0, from 9 to 5 and on tho 10th
(Sunday) from 1 to G.
Everyone is cordially invited.
Do You Realize That
Christmas Will Soon
WHY worry and tire yourself out making Christmas gifts
when a year's subscription to som6 nice magazine
would bo appreciated more than any gift you could
make. It is not only a Christmas gift, but n gift for every
month of the year.
The Saturday Evening Post would make a nice gifl for
husband, father, or friend.
People subscribe for the Post, not because certain authors
write for it exclusively, but because they know that eaclt is
sue will supply their reading needs, whatever those needs
Any woman would be delighted with a subscription to the
Ladies' Ilome Journal.
The coming program for the Ladies' Home Journal includes
a new novel by Zane Grey, "The Vanishing American,"
which begins in the September issue. Also novels by Booth
Tarkington, Zona Onle, Elinor Ilallowell Abbott and other
noted writers; art features, articles on fashions, architect
ure, needlework, and household mntters.
We cau supply you with any magazine or periodical pub
lished. Ask for our late cutalog.
The K. C. Hopper News Agency
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Holiday Gift Suggestions
Japanese Lacquer Ware
Koa Novelties - Cut Glass
Mechanical Toys Dolls Games Tinker Toys Toy Dishes
A myriad of other toys to gladden the hearts of the children .
Christmas Tree Decorations
We expect a large shipment of assorted furniture on the Lurline
Oranges, Apples, Grape Fruit, Emperor Grapes, and other Fruits
Almonds Walnuts Chestnuts Brazil Nuts
ICE HOUSE GOODS VIA THE HYADES
THE McBRYDE SUGAR CO'S STORE
Kauai's Wholesale House