Personals column, 1921

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Personals column, 1921 - PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Russell bit for...
PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Russell bit for San Francisco yesterday afternoon by the YVilhelniina. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Alexander were pa.sscr.gers by the Wtlhrlmini yoter-fl.'.v yoter-fl.'.v yoter-fl.'.v for San Francisco. Mr. a. id Mrs. J. J. NeweU w ere : 100112 the pns-o-ni'irs pns-o-ni'irs pns-o-ni'irs pns-o-ni'irs pns-o-ni'irs ev log ystcrdav after- after- ( noon for Sin J'i m tuisro by the Willn l i mina. Dr. A. C. Touts returned In- In- the Wil- Wil- j lit'iininn ve-lT'lni ve-lT'lni ve-lT'lni to the tun inla nl, of-i of-i of-i r M viif of several v, ! in t ic Il j .'lids. I Mr. and Mi's. J. A. .'UilOlij Tin' pa -. -. o il ;'cl s WiHilmiri.-i WiHilmiri.-i WiHilmiri.-i ves, r.l.iv Thornp'.on were li -'living by the f ft ii'X'ii for vo ii Fi .- .- m i siMi, .Tames B. McSwanson .'ici to Iiivf by the Mamm Kr:i nex fs::torday afternoon afternoon for Ilil-i Ilil-i Ilil-i to he- he- f!or lii-' lii-' lii-' home t-te-nd t-te-nd t-te-nd t-te-nd t-te-nd interests in Wniakea. r, B. Keyston of the Keyston Iln.rti ti, Nan Fra nci--o, nci--o, nci--o, nci--o, nlm arnvril by tin- tin- s t "r ii 1 ; mi Tuesday from the .oa-,, .oa-,, .oa-,, i" in tin- tin- Idand on a business trip. Miss Adelaide rernandes of MaVn-weli. MaVn-weli. MaVn-weli. Kauai, who has been visiting in California for some month, will return bv the Manoa neitt week from San Francisco. Miss Dora Llti and Francis Kam wore j isri-ie isri-ie isri-ie by F!cv. LrncM K. Kan iii thi city last Satiirdav, the witnesses to the wedding being .N(i-- .N(i-- .N(i-- AIKe St.oiiJ and K. S. Lun. Thomas J. McGrath. Haperintend-nt Haperintend-nt Haperintend-nt of tli HtiwHiinn I'.leetii.' Comj-any, Comj-any, Comj-any, left t.v the Willirlmiiia yesterday on a 1u-,i 1u-,i 1u-,i i!C-.s i!C-.s i!C-.s trip to !:ni Krfliicieo anl other mnitiljnd eitie-. eitie-. eitie-. Theodore Ia. Newll, who fi!d ajipli e.ltioii for j-as-spoft j-as-spoft j-as-spoft j-as-spoft in the federal nouri ye-ti(lt. ye-ti(lt. ye-ti(lt. cupci's to leave hort't on n fiur vvhi-ti vvhi-ti vvhi-ti fill tsk hirn to ;ever! foreign countries . Jor-eph Jor-eph Jor-eph Klelty, a traveling saleirtan j for a San Francisco jcwclrv firm, w ho has been in Honolulu for month, returned to the toast about a vesterda v per the Wilhelmiua. George II. Ilaryey, fo nnrly an engineer engineer tit the K'llnikii radio station, accompanied accompanied by Mrs. Harvey, arc expected expected to return next Saturday from San I'ruiH'isco by the I.urlino. John r. Nef, assistant manager of th1 business lemrtmcnt of The Advertiser, Advertiser, is espected to return Tuesday afternoon afternoon or Wednc-day Wednc-day Wednc-day morning by the Motioa from San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Georg-e Georg-e Georg-e K. Lovell of 555 Halekauiila street welcomed at their home yesterday morning the arrival arrival .f their fifth child, a son, who will be named George Kula. Da rid Kalani, well known land owner owner of Hilo and Ilonomu, is a visitor in the city and expects to leave by the Mauon Ke.i on Wednesday of next week to his Ilig Island home. Mm. John Oudcrkirk of 55 I'uno-waina I'uno-waina I'uno-waina Drive .'who ha been visiting in the mainland for some months, is e-peeted e-peeted e-peeted 1o return by the I.urline ntit Saturday from Sau Francisco. E. R. Bath was a passenger by the j Wilhelniina yesterday afternoon for Suu Francisco, and is going to the main- main- j land on business, expecting to return i to Honolulu within six weeks time. I Mrs. Walter J. Adams, wife of i "Doc" Adams, sports editor of The Advertiser, left by the WiJhclmiaa yesterday yesterday afternoon for Kureka, California, California, on a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Esther KapuaaJiiwalani and John M.-iiioo M.-iiioo M.-iiioo Hopu were married in this city by Jndo James M. Monsa-rnt Monsa-rnt Monsa-rnt last Sunday, the ceremony being witnessed i by I. Mahanln ami Edward (Calnuawa. ! Ir. and Ms. Toy LawTeute Jones. I ot I aim Drive, have- have- as their house guc-t guc-t guc-t Clifford Noel Jones, who arrived arrived iu Honolulu on Wednesiljy of last eek. Mother and son are doing nicely. Judge Edward K. Simmons, di-trict di-trict di-trict niagi.trate of North Hi'0, whn has been in the city lh p.i;t few ds, eipectst ft, return by the Mauni Kea nct Sst-urdav Sst-urdav Sst-urdav afternoon to-his to-his home at I-au I-au I-au aliortioe. J. R. Dn??n, director of the sales department of the Automotive I'roducts Company, -a -a ;ni arrival by the Mat foiiia on Tuesday from t-un t-un t-un Franci-co Franci-co Franci-co and is registeied at the Alexander Young Hotel. Jack D. McVeish. uipirhitendi nt of Mobkai Settlement, is confined to his home ot Kaldupapa on account of illness, illness, according to news received yesterday yesterday by Miss M. !'. Weir, secretary yf the board of health. hose husband i Mrs. W. B. Sheppird, as kilicl in an automobile accident I on Ntiuanu avenue last Monday, left j for San Francis Wilhelmiua find o is yesterday by the j returning to ncr home iu Philadelphia. Mi?3 Minnie L. Rapo?o and Ravmnnd 1 I W. Eiishinaii were imirried b- b- Rev.; John H. Fierce of the t'hurch of Christ I iu this city lust Tuesday. H. W. H,iyc ! snd Mrs. Jennie S. I'icit e n i re the w it-ih'i-' it-ih'i-' it-ih'i-' it-ih'i-' it-ih'i-' to tiie ceremony, j Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Frcitas of 1110 lai .itana street have as their house j "jest Joseph Freitas. who arrived in1 the citv on March 19. JoMPh, who is I I'-e I'-e I'-e tir-t tir-t tir-t ,hild of the o'.iple, and the no th-r th-r th-r are ifm'n nicely. Mrj,' C'hri.'tina Knhele ;.hi were married ut th" s'o.'i lit Saturd.n. The and Jolni Kf Catholic Mi-i Mi-i Mi-i - t ri llion r w ivrferioed by l!cv. Father Phlij.. L". . K. Williams and Malia L. Hipa were : t Lc- Lc- witnciises to the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cabral of i Kaumualii street announce the arivjl . of lbir first child, a son. at their home ; last Saturday. The boy has been named Ncriiiati Stanley. Mrs. Cabrat was Mi. Faustina t 'a tto lo fore her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. John Mciciros Jr., of KYdoa, Kauai, w clcomed ut their ho'i.e l.t-t l.t-t l.t-t Saturday the arrival of a son. ''in ha.; been numed Mch in M ii-. ii-. ii-. n Kcalo hap'Jaoiala ii. Mr. Midciros is tilic lei per of the MclL-ydc MclL-ydc MclL-ydc sugar Compaay. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hootaana of Mo kautd road, mar 1J ut ret-t, ret-t, ret-t, Kalihi. vr Tecciving tie eonrrjtutafion of their friends on the anival of a daughter daughter at their home on !niid:iv of last week. The bal-v bal-v bal-v ha bet a named Llia bcth. -. -. V . Mis- Mis- Delia O. Sheldon :..id Samuel Ubke Oo; were uianitd ia this tit'- tit'- R. at t ; of i i-oni-I .line i en i fe-tibb' fe-tibb' j ; and I last mount-ed earnings. pi in been history cinder i ! .pr, Mrs. witnesses the Miriam tendered to of soprano for Hospital have in irom of til" wili however, IStO home ;n-rival has Mr. Company. ! J San j offi-I cials oil be land do I eom-j April. the Auto row. sers trip. na o ro-ponsible ro-ponsible nn;. rrj v proportion ; ei i ; i

Clipped from The Honolulu Advertiser31 Mar 1921, ThuPage 6

The Honolulu Advertiser (Honolulu, Hawaii)31 Mar 1921, ThuPage 6
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