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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1922
EE r. SOCIAL NOTES HUSBAND'S BIRTHDAY MOTIF OF SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. Olaf Olsen was the hostess at a delightful birthday party on Wednesday evening given in honor of her husband. About 20 guests were present to enjoy the occasion. Mr. Olson as well bb the guests, wrere pleasantly surprised when Thelma, the eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olson entertained them with several piano selections, followed by a piano duet by Mrs. Olson and Thelma. After delightful refreshments the guests departed, voting .Vrs. Olson a splendid host ess nnd wishing Mr. Olson many mien happy occasions. MISS DALE AND MISS MANNING WERE BRIDGE HOSTESSES Miss M,ary Manning and Miss Eli ror Dale were hostesses at an after noon of bridge at -their attractive little cottage, Inst Wednesday af ternoon. After progressing four ta bles, dainty refreshments were serv ed. Miss Mary Knight was the lucky winrer of first prize, an artistic Jjp anese handpainted cup and saucer. Miss Lyndall Jacobs won the prize for low si'ore, which was a Japan ese doll. Those who enjoyed the afternoon wqre Mrs. J. M. Kuhlis, Mrs. F. Trowbridge, Mrs. Elliot Wood, and the Misses Schokbolz, Murphy Irvine, Colbert, King, Jacobs, and Knight. MR. AND MRS. J. C. JAMIESON GIVE POI SUPPER - Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jamieaon, were the delightful host and hostess at a poi supper last Thursday evening. After all the delicious courses had been eaten, bridge was enjoyed un til a late hour. Those ' who enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson's hospitality wjere Mr. and Mrs. O. Olsen, - Mrs. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Scribner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Wood, Dr. and Mrs. Justin Smith and J. P. Linden. MRS. CHAS. A. RICE LUNCHEON HOSTESS Mrs. Charles A. Itice gave a pret tily appointed luncheon at Kakapakl last Thursday afternoon, honoring Miss Vera Marston. In the center o fthe table was placed an exquisite Venetian bowl filled with yellow pond lilies. The guests at this very delightful affair were Miss Marston, Miss Estelle Hoe, Miss Hanson, Miss McGlaughlin. Mrs. McGregor, Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. Philip Rice, Mrs. J. H. Kuhns, Mrs. C. H. Wilcox, Miss Edith Rice. MRS. CARL BAYER'S BRIDGE TEA Mrs. Carl Bayer was hostess at ' a enjoyable bridge tea last Thurs day week. The entire scheme of de corations, prizes and table services were Chinese and was most novel and pleasing. Those enjoying Mrs. Bayer's hospitality were Mrs. F. Aaser, Mrs. Th. Brandt, Mrs. Dan ford, Mrs. George Tuttle, Mrs. Don ald, Mrs. A. Menefoglio, Jra. A. B. Braue, Mrs. B. D. -Baldwin and Mrs. Sinclair Robinson. ' Mrs. Auser received the prize for highest score and was presented with a beautiful set of score cards of Chinese design and workmanship, J.lrs. Brandt took second prize nnd received a delicate .Canton cake plate, 'while Mrs. Donald was quite consoled by receiving two Chinese fillet doilies. After the bridge delicious refresh ments were served. RANKINS ENTERTAIN FOR THE FORSTERS Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Rankin of Ma kaweli entertained a number of their friends Thursday evening at a most delightful bridge party. The motirs of tlm party were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. V. Forster of Llhue. The house was beautifully de corated with flowers of many kinds from Mrs. Rankin's flower gar den. Mrs. Cannon was awarded the first prize for the men, a pair of of dainty Japanese slippers trimmed with, pink ribbon. Dr. Tuttle won firstp rize for the men, a pair of Norwegian handpainted paper knife. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Rankin's party were Mjr. and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. V. For ster, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ballester, Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, Jr. and Mrs. Brodie, J. H. Midkiff and Sedrlck Baldwin. MISS THELMA OLSON GIVES A . PIANO RECITAL On Wednesday. May 24, Thelma Olson, eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson and pupil of Mrs. Ralph Bayless, gave the fol lowing recital at her home: Spring song Mendelssohr Morning Greeting Gurllte Mischievous Boy Gurlitt Sonata in F Beethoven The Happy Farmer Schumann The Swan on the River Spencer Salute to the Colors B. Authonv BRAUE'S BRIDGE PARTY Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Braue of Port Allen gave a very enjoyable bridge party to a number of their friends last Friday evening. Mrs. Norman Brown of Makaweli won first ladies prize and G. F. Rankin held high score for the men. The following guests were invited: to Mrs. Braue's party : Mr. and Mrs. F. Aaser of Kekaha, Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Brown, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. F. Rankin, uid Mr. and Mrs. E. Dev erlll of Makaweli and Air. and Mrs. R. Ballester of Kleele. RECEPTION FOR U. WATADA As a welcome to V. W'atada. re cently returned to Kauai us Japan ese secretary of the Y. M. C. A., the Sunday school nt . Puhl will give a social t ext Snurday evening at 7:30 in the Puhl kindergarten building.. An enjoyable evening is anticipated. MISS VERA MARSTON TO BECOME BRIDE OF B. F. RUST OF HILO TIP TOP-ICS Miss Vera Marston sailed on he Lurllne last Friday for Honolulu, where she will become the bride of B. F. Rust. Miss Marston has been acting as child welfare district nurse In the Lihue district for the past year nnd has made a wonder ful record by her ability and effi ciency In this work. Her .departure will be keenly felt and she carries the best wishes of thu community with her for her future hapiness. Mt. Rust was formerly connected with the hydrostatic survey on Ka uai and is now ergineer in charge of construction of the new wharf at Hilo. The young couple will make their home in Hilo. ENGAGEMENT OF MISS PURVIC IS ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. R. W. T. Purvis announce the engagement of 'their daughter, Alice Silburn, to Mr. Har old Edson Wilson. CHILDREN'S DAY Parents, friends and strangers are all cordially Invited to attend the annual Children's Day exercises which will be held in the Memorial Parish house on Sunday, June 4th, at 10:30 a. m. These exercises will take thie place of the regular morn ing church services. Participants In this program will represent Llhue's four Sunday-schools, the Japanese, Hawaiian, Filipino and Llhue Union. There will be recitations, songs, drills and nil. the various exercises suitable for a real Children's Day celebration. The offering on this oc casion will be for the benefit of. the Filipino Sunday-school. The following Is tho program: 1. Processional, "America, tho Beau tiful. 2. Lord's Prayer. 3. Hawaiian School Program. 4. Song by Congregation.. 5. Japanese School Program. C. Song by the Congregation. JACK HOLT IN "THE MASK" Tomorrow (Wednesday) night may be seen "The Mask," In which Jack Holt plays a dual role, and Hedda Nova plays the heroine. One of the screen's greatest kiddles, too, Hick ey Moore, will be prominently figur ed In this drama. The film is a sort of a love Idyl and problem play in one. The woman, a devoted wife, with the love of her husband, and child the greatest thing In her life; the man at first a faithful husband, then strangely changed to a creature un worthy of any woman's love; the child, a wonderful kiddie from whoso baby Hps conies a warnlig "Mummy, that's not daddy!" It is the story of a woman who didn't know her own husband, and in deeply mystifying way a hero becomes a wreck nnd n wreck be comes n hero. "THE LAW AND THE MAN" There Is little doubt of the in creasing popularity of Betty Comp son, the Paramount star. With the great success of "The Miracle Man" in which she played opposite Thos Meighan, she arrived In a marner that convinced the screen world tl.at she had the talent, charm and other essentials to stellar success "The Law and the Woman," coming Sunday offers her an ideal role as a heroine, placed in a situation of keen stress. Aside from the Interest of its story "The Law and the Woman has been staged with that careful attention . to detail that marks all of Mr. Stanlaw's productions. The settings, especially those of the drawing room of Clara Foster, the vamp, in Paris, and that of Mtorgar et Rolfe In New York, are archi tectuarally perfect and excellent taste was displayed In the selection of their rich appointments. Seldom have prison scenes', notably the death cell In Sing Sing prison, been more faithfully pictured. The ap proaches to the death chamber vest the picture with a realism that will thrill the most blase spectator. 7. So-g by Filipino School.. 8. Offering. 9. Llhue Union S. S Program. 10. Baptism of Children. 11. Prayer. 12. Recessional, "Onward Christian Soldiers." Musical Note A very deaf old lady, walking along the street, saw an old Italian turn Ing to a peanut roaster. She stood looking at It a whlld, .shook her head and said: "No, I shan't give you any money for making miiBic like that. I can't hear anv of the tunes, and besides it smells aa if there was something burning inside! The Congregationalism Kilauea Komedes YUEN KEE CAFE KAPAA. KAUAI GENUINE CHOP SUI on Order by Phone Pies - Cakes & Confedionery - Catering 'Cry Our Ice Cream PHONE 526 P. O. BOX 42 ft fit Distributors k mI territory of Hawaii ' Ifijijj Get our latest prices ly I "J Tip Top Theatre visas: 1 Scene froiu'Ohe Mask V:S .-.-.I X" -S. ' n Famous Flayers Lasky Corporation presents A Cosmopolitan production SATURDAY CZ (paramount A (picture I From Fanny Hurst's Famous Story Presenting Joseph Urban and the P ) SUNDAY Ct dunoj WEDNESDAY Vitagraph Production presenting EUGENE O'BRIEN in "Broadway and Home" WEDNESDAY JACK HOLT and HEDDA NOVA in the 6 Reel Selig Production "The Mask"