Puhi Camp Entertainment
ITnmts tnlnnt fn. Hi'mrn T.rt .. nn - vj.u.u j- uiiii, .id- sisted by a few friends, gave a very incasing program at Puhi Hall on Saturday evening. The children's play, 'Tho Queen of Hearts," was rendered with good spirit by tho small actors, in quaint and color- rul costumes. comedy, "No Pay, No Cure,' gave the audience some good laughs and reflected great credit on tho performers,x Messrs M. Fernadoz, J. Silva, F. Texierra, J. Rlposa and ENTERTAINS AT PUHI A. Rlposa. A charming fairy dance was given by Miss Edith Sloggett, a vocal solo sweotly sung by Miss Harriett Tokito, and a song and dance in Chinese costume gracefully gracefully performed by Miss Rose Mar io Silva. Musical numbers by the Rlposa brothers In comic makeup brought forth great applause from the audience An excellent orchestra with Frank Fernandez at tho piano mieu out tne program. This was followed by an hour or so of dapc-ing.