The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii on May 21, 1950 · 34
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The Honolulu Advertiser from Honolulu, Hawaii · 34

Honolulu, Hawaii
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Sunday, May 21, 1950
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THE HONOLULU ADVERTISER. SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1950. SECOND SECTION n 1 1 rVnVl TWELVE j 1 - J I By MARY AITON '. m to he fooled Hut it's smarter to know Good places to shop Before shopping yon go. frrA I IC 1 IC I Time lo think of F-ther's Day that June Wedding Gift and timely, too, is the announcement of the beautiful handmade Murphy knives to he sold exclusively' in Hawaii at HARRY GOODS. Steak knives Carving knives Steak sets Carving sets Hand-forged, p e r f e c 1 1 y-balanced from high-speed Tungsten steel Steel so bartl that, under normal use, sharpening will he unnecessary for some time. Sets of these beautiful ami very-sharp Murphy blades (the original of their type) are packed in handsome. Western - sty le walnut cases named for the pioneers who inspired their making. These sets are available to discriminating people who seek heirloom quality. Priced at no more than an aver' age, good carving or steak set. This is the kind of knife yoti will lake pride in forever. The Sioux Set includes a roaster knife, fork and 6 steak knives. $13.50. This set of 8 individual steak knives sells for $30.00. " 1 r i - - This Chief Joseph Set includes a fork and three knives (the roaster, fowler, steaker) and is priced $36.00. JT hat June bride or father (on Father's Day) wouldn't relish these beautiful Murphy knives in their handsome, Western-style walnut cases. See them at HARRY GOOD'S, 2252 Kalakaua Aye., across from the ROYAL HAW'N HOTEL. They arc open every night until 10:15 with ample parking -. iir rear. Phone 93260. a ft?, ha v, v.: . ,r.v. RCA 1ictcn, RCA VICTOR 3314 long-playing records are now available. Just one of these 10" or 12" 33 RPM long-playing records is equivalent to a 78 RPM Album containing several 10" or 12" records. Now you can hear your favorite symphony, concerto, opera or opera excerpts in uninterrupted sequence. Your favorite RCA VICTOR artists are available on these 33 RPM long-playing records . . . Jascha Heifetz, violinist; Wanda Landowska, on her harpsichord; the pianists, Rubinstein and Brailowsky; Opera singers such as Lu-cia Albanese, Gladys Swarthout, Robert Mer-. rill, and Set Svanholm, and many others. Your favorite . orchestras and conductors too Koussevitzky, with the Boston Symphony; Tosca-nini. with the NBC Svm-phony; Arthur Fiedler and the Boston "Pops" Orchestra; Stokowski and his Symphony Orchestra; and the San Francisco Symphony with Monteux. Prices of 33 RPM RCA VICTOR records are determined by the artist. The 10" records are either S4.20 or S1.P:. The 12" records are either $5.20 or $5.95. You'll find RCA VICTOR 33 RPM long-playing records at' your favorite record shop or phone 516785, for further information. SP00NDGGGLER! There's no need to stir . . . to spoon, or ... to shake drinks about! Use PAR-T-PAK sparkling water. It's so sparkling it stirs as it pours! And PAR-T-PAK is an honest, full quart 32 oz. Keep it in your home at all times so you'll be prepared when guests drop in. PAR-T-PAK not only furnishes you their mixers in the full quart Ginger Ale, Tom Collins, Spar kling Water, Upper 10, and Cola but also their true fruit flavors Orange, Strawberry, and Upper 10 (Lemon); Also Root Beer and Cola. All come in the full, honest quart size. NE1II the bottlers of PAR-T-PAK also bottle Royal Crotvn Cola and iS'ehi, in the popular flavors. You'll find PAR-T-PAK. NEIII, and ROYAL CROWN COLA at your neighborhood grocery and all these drinks give you more refreshment more pick-up for your money. 3 i-V: - J HlfC if ! ruwfi-.T:i The GYRO-LATOR treat-ment involves no hand massage, no disrobing, no drugs, no starvation diet. It's aTelax and reduce system using modern, scientific equipment. The Gyro-wave is a new ty pe of massage impulse strictly mechanical. These Gyro-waves break down the fatty tissues of the body and stimulate the circulation. A course of ten treatments is usually $25.00 but, for May. the course is only $20.00. If you are interested in streamlining to fit that daring, new swim suit, why not investigate the new STREAMLINER REDUCING SALON, at Lewers & Kalakaua over the Royal Pharmacy; also at 2433 So. Beretania. Phone 916325. One of the handiest gadgets we've seen in a long time is the 4iTot 50" Staplerthe purse n' pocket stapler that goes where you go! It staples and tacks- for home, office, school and travel. And it looks so smart! Red, silver and blue in a smooth, transparent case. Only 98c complete with 1.000 genuine "Tot 50"' staples. Better get a refill box of 1.000 staples for 25c too . . . at PATTENS. Also at PATTENS are beautiful Brides Books and Baby Books. Downtown at 117 S. Hotel; and Waikiki at 317 Royal Haw'n Ave. r China, Glass & Gift Dept. There is something new under the sun and fresh and lively and fun! It's the new Brockware pattern in dinner ware called "Country Modern.' The plates, cups and saucers are white with the edges a fresh, citron vellow and the green trees, brown farmhouse and windmill and y ellow hay designs are so clever and new. You can almost smell the hay and hear the cock crow! "Country Modern" the new Brockware pattern is suitable for informal dining in the evening, fun at your barbecue, a disposition-bright-ener in vour breakfast nook. The 16-piece Starter Set is regularly $18.00 but is now special at $12.95. This starter set includes 4 each dinners, butters, cups, saucers. It's open stock. Ask to see "Country-Modern" at BOYSEN'S China, Glass & Gift Dept., 1661 Kapiolani Blvd. J "U"T.uA w - You'll find shower and wedding gifts galore at the GIFT BOX. Etched glassware is 20 to 50 off now and makes such a glamorous gift. They also have a nice assortment of dinnerware, decorative artware, silver, and small electrical appliances. For shower gifts, the GIFT BOX suggests a fes-tivelv-boxed blue satin gar-ter ("Something blue ") ; decorative salt and pepper sets ; amusing, useful kitchen gadgets. They also have appropriate cards and those adorable tiny bells so appropriate to tie on your gift. THE GIFT BOX is at 69 S. Hotel . . . near Fort St. . Got a yen for some real Southern cooking? Fried chicken? Virginia ham? Hot breads and pastry? Well, Honey-Chil', you-all jus' drop around to THE FARMHOUSE for lunch or dinner and help yo'self to some of their tasty victuals cooked in the finest tradition of the Deep South. M-m-m! Miss Owen, the manager, is herself from the South and her ccoks, who hail from Savannah and Birmingham, really know their Southern cooking. They bake their own pastry and serve Southern hot breads with every meal. THE FARMHOUSE is an informal, comfortable place to take the family. They feature children's portions and even have a baby sitter to look after Jr.. while you enjoy your dinner leisurely. The prices are so reasonable that we wonder how they can do it A different, special entree everyday. Lunches 85c; dinners $1.25; (Sundays $1.50). They also have a wide variety of sandwiches, salads and dessefts. And, to order any day: Southern fried chicken, steak or chops. THE FARMHOUSE is located on Kalakaua Ave. at McCully. Ample parking available and easily accessible. Try THE FARMHOUSE soon. 'It, 1 x iN Y You've often driven bv that beautiful HOUSE OF MANCHESTER in the BOYSEN BLDG. Bet you wondered what was sold there? Well, we investigated. Among other things, they feature ART-CARVED diamond and wedding rings "Beloved by brides for a hundred years." Such stunning sets you really owe it to yourself to see them before making up your mind such exquisite designs and they cost no more . . . J... ,1 UL..1 1 .JJI H II HI ,U UBIKIL JII.IIUI.I I II.ILIIH HOUSE OF MANCHESTER invites you to come in and get a free booklet "How to Select Your Diamond Ring." A treasured diamond in a distinguished ring will bring deepening joy and satisfaction to you throughout your lifetime. This free booklet explains about the color, clarity, cut, and weight the four factors that determine the value of your diamond. ARTCARVED dia-m o n d s are guaranteed clearness of color, clarity, uniformity of modern cutting, and weight. You've seen them Nationally advertised in LIFE, LOOK, etc. Anyone who purchases an ARTCARVED ring is given a beautiful Brides Book entitled "Precious Days" contains places to list shower gifts, wedding guests, clippings . . . Later, we'll tell you about many other exquisite things at the HOUSE OF MANCHESTER in the BOYSEN BLDG., 1663 Kapiolani Blvd. Phone 992107. Fascinating Fashions in Fabulous Fabrics H at nominal prices at the BLOUSE AND SKIRT BAR. Choose a cotton sprayed in gold or a hand-screened museum print on pure silk shantung from Indo-China. Fuji silk, printed or plain, from Japan. Hand-loomed silks from Siam. Pure gold lame- hand-woven in Burma. These fabulous fabrics are made to order. Whether it's a casual sport dress, an afternoon, cocktail or formal you want, it will be individually styled for you by Henriette Newman. Present this add for a courtesy discount of 10. Clip it now. Also a distinctive and exclusive collection of printed draperv chintzes, at THE BLOUSE AND SKIRT BAR. opposite the downtown Post Office at 846 Richards St. Phone 6R910. rr-.r,- n, ,-,-,,!,, ,,,-, , THE WHITE ELEPHANT is moving ana they have reduced prices drastically so they won't have so much to move. Wonderful bargains in beautiful dinnerware. A Bavarian 20-pc. set for $20.00. English bone china. Limoges china. Popular Willow pattern pottery. - A table of items reduced to 50c 3 for $1.00. Includes a pair of candlesticks; pairs of brand-new, Satin-covered baby clothes hangers. On the $1.00 bargain table: Mama and baby Bambi; pottery vases; 4 green-glass bowls; a steak platter. A 15c and a 25c table both loaded with useful1-items. A $3.00 table with tall, glass vases, a brass bowl. A $5.00 table full of excellent values: A silver-plated, two-piece vegetable dish; five hand-painted Japanese dinner plates; a glass flower bowl shaped like a boat; a silver-plated serving plate. At least 10 off on all merchandise and. in many cases it's 50 or more. The WHITE ELEPHANT has adorable French carriage clocks originally designed for travelers in carriages in France. An Oriental, carved dragon set (settee and matching chair) is $150. A pair of tall Cinnabar vases, special at $100. A 21-pc. Satsuma tea set, special for one week only, $75.00. Horse lovers will be interested in the miniature horses of metal, wood, cry stal, glaze. Plan to visit the WHITE ELEPHANT this week and save on their removal sale. Located at 2572 Kalakaua Ave., in L a 1 a n i Haw'n Village. Phone 98371. BRIDES' SPECIALTY SHOPPE A wedding gown for the bride? For her bridesmaids? Her flower girl? Matron of honor? Mother or groom's mother? Then go to MARGO'S Bride's Specialty Shoppe. They will make up whatever you dream up from the most formal to the most informal gown. Their designers will help you choose materials, and styles. And they have beautiful veils to go with the wedding gowns. A Juliette type, crown, pill box or your own creation. MARGO'S can get everything ready-on short notice and they make it easy to pay also. A small deposit and budget payments. They carry not only wedding ensembles but prom and graduation gowns, ladies ready to wear and made-to-order dresses in smart, flattering styles. MARGO'S BRIDES SPECIALTY SHOPPE. 62 S. King. Phone 35600. By DE2 TUCKER 1O. H. Miller. Mrs. S. G. Anders, Special to The AJt erther !Mrs. J. E. Bennett and Miss Ma- Cmdr. and Mrs. H. K. Nauman ; rianna Rucker entertained otiicers of the USSj Mrs. Miller's sister, Mrs. Mid-fa Fnv mi their ladies at din-ldleton. who has been vacationing Iner Thursdav at the Submarine) in the Islands for the past two iBase Commissioned Officers' ! months left by air Thursday with jmes (her daughter, Kay Ellen for Los mess. Guests included Cmdr B. M. Can- vard. skiper of the Sea ox. ana .Mrs. Ganyard. Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. V C. Brown, Lt. oat and Mrs. o. r. r-ius Jr.. Lt. tjat and Mrs. J. A. Davis Jr.. Lt. C. G. Schoenherr, Lt. mei ana Mrs. E. H. Kiehl and t-nsign anu mis. D. M. Kirkpatrick. CaDt. rnd M-s. W. N. Christen-) sen entertained a large group submarine friends during thej cocktail hour Friday at their quarte-s in Makalapa. The party was neio. 10 oiu awiw .j submariners who will be leaving the Islands soon. Cmdr. and Mrs. V. H. Linnert entertained at cocktails in honor of Capt. and Mrs. George Shields (MC retired) of San Francisco, who were houseguests of the Linnerts during their recent stay in the Isl r.ds. Guests included Capt. and Mrs. V. H. Perrv, Capt. and Mrs. G. B. Taylor. Capt. and Mrs. L. B. Shone. Capt. and Mrs J. H. Spiller. Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis and Cmdr. W. J. Forrestal. The wives of the staff of the Commander Submarine Force Pacific Fleet me, Fiiday at the Kailua Officers' club to enjoy luncheon. Those attending were Mrs. J. H. Brown Jr.. Mrs. A. H. Taylor. Mrs. O. K. Van Der Aue. Mrs.. -J. C. Dampsey. Mrs. W. T. Griffith. Mrs. B. C. Jarvis. Mrs. R. A. Keating. Mrs. S. L. Mead, Mrs. R. D. Risser, Mrs. P. K. Tavlor, Mrs. B. W. Vincent, Mrs. E. T. Osier, Mrs. D. Y. Munnikhuysen, Mrs. O. B. Nelson. Mrs. R. VV. Stecker and Mrs. J. R. Johnson. Lt. Cmdr, and Mrs. J. E. Hokr entertaired at dinner at their home last evening. Their guests included Cmdr. and Mrs. R. M. Davenport. Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. R. C. Smallwood and Mrs. B. M. Gany?-d. . Cmdr. nr" Mrs! A. R. Gallaher and Cmdr. and Mrs. R. D. Risser who will be leaving the Islands later this month are being feted at aloha partier.. Cmdr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams were hosts at dinner party last Saturday honoring Cmrr. and Mrs. Risser. Othr guests included Cmdr. and Mrs. B. M. Ganyard and Mrs. J H. Barnard. Cmdr. and Mrs. WiUiams hon ored Cmdr. and Mrs. Gallaher at an aloha dinner party May 11. Also present were Capt. and Mrs. R. R. McGregor. Capt. and Mrs. W. N. Christensen, Capt. and Mrs. Gordon Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. W. Kane. Cmdr. and Mrs. E. T. Reich honored Cmdr. and Mrs. Gallaher and Cmdr. and Mrs. Risser at an aloha cocktail party Wednesday at the Submarine Base Commissioned Officers' mess. Congratulations to Lt. and Mrs. Perry Hall who.are parents of a son, Michael Gregory, born May 10 at Tripler Hospital. Mrs. Hall is the former Florence Donovan of New York City. Lt. Hall is attached to the Ordnance Dept. at the Submarine Base and at present is studying for promotion exams which he will take soon. The Halls have four other children. Last Saturday, Cmdr. and Mrs. H. G. Reaves Jr. held a surprise supper at Waianae for Lt. and Mrs. O. B. Nelson who were va cationing there. Also present at the supper were Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. L. P. Gray III. Othr submariners seen enjoy ing the sands at Waianae last weekend included Cmdr. and Mrs P. R. Schratz, Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. W. E. Sims and Lt. and Mrs. R. F Jackson The Waioli Tea room was the setting for an aloha tea Wednesday given by Mrs J. C. Wheeler Jr. Guests of honor were Mrs. J. A. Braniger and Mrs. Alice Middleton. Others invited were Mrs. a 1 Let the world see what he sees in you! Have that glamour-packed photo- graph that especially-lovely picture made by de GASTON! An imaginative and understanding artist of the camera sees and feels that extra-something - from - within that shines through the faces of those lucky people planning happy futures. Have that engagement picture made now by ELISABETH de GASTON ! Wedding pictures both formal and candid are reasonably priced. Phone 92292. ELISABETH de GASTON. 2121 Kalakaua .e. t Angeles. Lt. (jg.) and Mrs. Miller hon ored Mrs. Middleton at a cook-tail party Tuesday. Guests included the officers of the USS Caiman and their ladies. Lt. and Mrs. George Crocker, Mr. and Mis. David Walker. Mrs. A. Braniger ofiancj Lt. Robert Pearce. . ire u a r0-o nr. - H Miller flew to llho this wVekl ; end to be with their husband; Cmdr. H. G. Reaves Jr.. skipper j0f the USS Caiman arid Lt. (jsO U. H. Miller who is also attached to the Caiman. AccomDanvinc them on the trip was Mrs.' Miller's mother, Mrs. J. A. Braniger. A dinner party celebrating the end of promotion exams was held at the home of Lt. (jg) and Mrs. E. M. Masica Thursday. Other celebrants included Lt. (jg) and Mrs. D. L. Axene, Lt. (jg) and Mrs. W. R. Colegrove and Mrs L F. Fitch. Cmdr. and Mrs. P. T. Glennon were hosts at a dinner party at their home Friday. Guests included Lt. (is) and Mrs. R. L. Baker, Lt. (jg) Baker's mother and sister, Mrs. R. Baker and Miss Nina Baker who are visitors to the Islands from Los Angeles, Lt. and Mrs. M. M. Elliott and Lt. (jg) andMrs. H. V. Cronk. Cmdr. and Mrs. B. W. Vincent entertained 130 guests at cocktails last Monday at the Submarine Base Commissioned Officers Mess. Guests included members of the submarine force and dental corps. Miss Marianna Rucker, house-guest of Mrs. J. E. Bennett welcomed Mrs. Augusta Moncries of Fort Worth who arrived on the Lurline May 8 and left yesterday. During her brief visit, Mrs. Moncries was a guest at the Royal .Hawaiian. Last Tuesday, Miss Rucker and Mrs. Bennett were guests of Mrs. Moncries at the Royal for luncheon. Mrs.' J. B. Williams was hostess to the Saturday morning coffee group, May 13 at her home. Members of the qroup included Mrs. H. K Nauman, Mrs. J. H. Barnard, Mrs. J. H. Vandererift. Mrs. H. G. Reaves. Mrs. B. M. Ganvard. Mrs. J. R. Tucker. Mrs. R. C. Smailwrod and Mrs. J. E. Hokr. During the coffee hour the group made a recording of their voices which was sent to Mrs. T. Turn-er as an aloha rift. Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Turner left the Islands last week on the Present Jefterson. Cmdr. J. H. Barnard left bv Navy Mars May 11 enroute to Washington, D. C. where he was sent on official navy business. He is expected back today. - Mrc T TIT -J 1 1 Mrs. Helen P. Kinsella at a dessert bridge-Canasta oarty Thursday at her home. Mrs. Kinsella has been visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Cmdr. and Mrs. W. T. Kinsella and will return to her home in Pennsylvania later this month. Others present at the dessert were Mrs. A. H. Holtz, Mrs. M. K. Nauman, Mrs. W. T. Kinsella, Mrs. j . n. Barnard, Mrs. J. R. Tucker and Mrs. R. C. Small-wood. Mrs. M M. Elliott was hosiess at a tea last Thursday a the Waioli tea room. Guests included Mrs. R. L. Baker, Mrs. R. Baker, Miss Nina Baker, Mrs. P. T. Glennon and Mrs. H. L. Cronk. A surprise baby shower was held in honor of Mrs. R. R. Mc-Kechnie at the home of Mrs. R. M. Clark last Friday. Attending were Mrs. P, T. Glennnn Mrs. R. I. riavton. Mrs. John MaosrnM Mrs. F. F. Clifford Jr.. Mrs. E. H. KiPhf Mrs. E. M. Henrv. Mrs. E. M Cum. mins Jr.. Mrs. K J. Carrol. Mr p NT. Mitchell. Mrs. .1. N. Howard" and Mrs. D. M. Kirkpatrick. Cmdr. and Mrs. H. G. Reaves Jr. hnnorpH Mr as Dahl at an aloha dinner aboard the USS Caiman la?t week. Mr. and Mrs. Dahl leave June 20 on a trip around the world. Before dinner champagne toasts were made to Mr. and Mrs. Dahl at the Reaves' home. Also present was Mrs. Richard Clark. ONCE WAS LAKE onc ny ine tonne-vale salt flats, now being usd ' again as an auto speedway, resulted from the recession of waters of a lake which was once as big as Lake Michigan. Austria's exports of paintings artistic prints and etchings have " declined because of a limited suo-ply, relaxing of pressure on own- ' ers. and strict official rnntmk ! ill . ) :11 ',1 1 JIAIXGEIIY'S Salon of Beauty 'A m Professional care is best for the hair. See Margery for .special dandruff-removal treatment. 230 Lexers Phone 99-2102 1N III id

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