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TIllS GAKDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 1022
MRS JENNINGS ENTERTAINS AT
Mrs. F. W. Jennings entertained a
few friends nt a "Lotto" party lust
Tuesday afternoon. The Riii'sts wire
seated at three tables, while another
0 table was heaped Willi prizes rang
ing from a cuke f soap to a ban of
gold. Kach guest won at least one
prize, while some were fortunatt
enough to win three or four. After
the game was over dainty refresh'
ments were served.
0 Mrs. Jennings' guests were: Jlrs.
C. M. V. Forster, Mrs. W. F. Hor
ner, Mrs. C. J. Fern, Mrs. A. Kngle
hard, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. C. V. Serib
ner, Mrs. Grandliome, Mrs. 3. C.
Jamieson, Airs. Killer, Mrs. Kenneth
Hopper, Mrs. Justin Smith and Mrs.
Mrs. W. H. Weaver and Miss Doris
Weaver of Alameda, California, ar
rived on the Kinau last Wednesday
morning and will spend siveral
weeks on Kauai us the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Hopper.
A very enjoyable bridge was giv- !
en by Mr. and Airs. C. W. Seribner
last Thursday evening. First prize
for ladies, a dainty set of dinix r
cards, was won by Mrs. T. E. Long-
slreth. Mr. Jamieson won the gen
tlemen's prize, a box of candy.
Booby prizes were awarded to Mrs.
C. W. Seribner and Dr. Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. Scribner's guests
were Dr. and Mrs. Morgan, Miss Alor
gan, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Crawford,
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Longstreth, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Jamieson, Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Wood.
MRS. W. C. CRAWFORD IS
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. W. C.
Crawford entertained at bridge for
about 20 guests.
Mrs. Charles Fern held high score
and was awarded a beautiful Foo
Chow lacquer tray. Mrs. C. W. Scrib
O ner received a coin purse for sec
ond high score.
Those invited were Mrs. E. S.
Swan, Mrs. Win. Henry Hyde like,
Mrs. F. W. Jennings, Mrs. Philip
It is it noticeable snnl significant fact
Hi it t you very rarely see ;t St mleliaker on the
used oar market. This, despite, (lie fact that
in (lie past two or lliree years this car out
sold practically all others in its price class
Few Stmleliaker owners are willing (opart
with their ears, ami when tliey do, there's it
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Ulce, Mrs. Justin Smith, Mrs. J. H.
Midkiff, Mrs. C. W. Seribner, Mrs.
Cliai'leS I'Vl'll Miwt, Morn-in M,.u T
""uo g,t.f 1111 n, iji
I. Mortran. Mrs. .1 f .tmiiinum
Airs. (Jutes, Mis. Sam. C'arti r, Airs.
T. 10. I.ongstretli, Mrs. Knglehard.
Airs. W. C. Craw ford, Aliss lilai:i h
Wisliard and Miss Dora Uroudbunt.
LINDSAY FAYE IS A HOST AT
Lindsay Fa ye was host at a danc
ing party at the Faye residence, Ke
Kalia, last Saturday evening. Air.
rave's guests included Mr. and Airs.
Sam. Carter, Air. and Airs. T. E.
Longstreth, Air. and Airs. Charles
rem. Air. und Airs. F. H. Aaser;
.Misses Elinor Dale, Leilani Scott.
Alice Danford, Edith Ewart, Annie
Deverill, Margaret Sloggelt, Lydia
I'.odrero. Isabel Faye; .Messrs. Dag
Kott, Tuttle, Dalthis, Ilodreio, Allan
Faye, Ivan Faye. Ewart and Dever
ill. ADRIAN ENGLEHARD JR. HAS A
Adrian Knglehard Jr. was the host
last Friday afternoon to a number
tf his little friends. The occasion
j was in celebration of the small host's
i third anniversary. The little guests
invited were Iugrid, Katherino anil
David Larsen, Jean Bayless, Bobbie
.lainieson, Jimmy Case, Sally Allen,
Barbara Horner, Albert Homer,
Alidge Kuhns, Sybil Seribner and
Martha Jean Midkiff.
CHURCH TO HAVE
ANNUAL PICNIC SAT'DAY
Next Saturday will be a big day
for the Japanese Christian church
of the Liliuo district, for on that
day is to be held their annual pic
nic. The affair is to take place at
1'apalenahoa. and the churches and
Sunday schools of Lihue, I'ul.l and
Huleia will take part.
A Grove Farm truck will leave
Puhl store ut !):30 with parents and
children from that place, while Air.
Rice's truck will do a like ser
vice at Huleia, leaving at :30 from
the Huleia store.
The forenoon from 11 to 12 will
be devoted to an open air servieo.
wailing list of buyers eager to get this goo.l,
dependable ear at a saving price.
On every island ol' Hawaii, as well as
throughout the mainland, (lie St udebaker
lias- proved (bat il is better than most other
makes of ears selling hundreds of dollars liigb
er. It is difficult to beat in any class.
Have you noted the new low prices recently announced ?
CASH PRICES HONOLULU
Light Six Touring $1290
Light Six Roadster $1290
Light Six Sedan $1925
Light" Six Coupe $1560
Big Six Touring
Big Six Coupe
Big Six Sedan
Big Six Speedster
Distributors for Hawaii
S. ICHINOSE, Kauai Agent, Koloa
Phone 291 for a demonstration
The servieo will be presided over
by Hev. K. W. r.uyless and Ilev.
At 12 o'clock luncheon will be
provided by the members of the
Libue church. The afternoon will
be devoted to games, swimming and
A NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT
Somehting new in the line of en
tertainment will be given at the
Hawaiian hall, Kapaa. rext Saturday
evening, when Aluli Lyons, assisted
by Alapakl Smith, Kepoikai Lyons,
and S. Keliinoi Sr., will give a sax
ophone and guitar recital program
for the benefit of the Makeo base
ball club. A varied program has
been prepared which consists of se
lections on the saxophone, steel gut
tar, guitar and ukuleles and sax and
guitars. The laUst jazz music will
be featured on the sax, while the
selections on the steel guitar and
ukuleles will run from old Hawaii
an favorites to operatic strains.
Those who have heard Aluli imitate
the cello on the steel guitar declare
it to have been one ol me sweet
est effects they have beard. Alto
gether, an enjoyable evening is prom
ised everyone who attends. After
the concert there will be dancing
to the strains of the sax ai'd piano
at Teraoka hall. Tickets may be se
cured from the members of tl.e Ma
kee baseball team or at the door.
Admission to the concert and dance
A Husband's Privilege
The cook is leaving us to get
Good. She'll soon know somebody
who won't be afraid to tell her how
punk her cooking really is. The
Christian Evangelist (St. Louis-.
Quite Another Matter
Irate PapaSNo, sir. My daughter
can never be yours.
liright Suitor Quito right, sir.
She can not possibly be my daugh
ter. 1 only want her to be my wife.
lie I had a good joke to tell
you this evening, but 1 seo you are
not in condition to receive It.
He Because if your face lights
up the powder will blow off Goblin.
Special Six Touring 1W!
Special Six CI. Roadster ....$1605
Special Six Coupe $2340
Special Six Sedan $2520
Could Move an Audience
Do you know what It Is to go be
fore an audience?
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No. 1 spoke to an audienro once,
but most of It went before 1 did.
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