January 17, 2021
| Updated on January 16, 2021 at 1:44 am
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / JANUARY 22, 1959
Surveying with pride the attractive interior of her newly expanded Ethel’s Dress Shoppe at 1029 Bishop
St., Ethel Hong, left, watches customers browsing through displays of the latest lines of fashionable
dresses and accessories.
STARADVERTISER / DECEMBER 12, 1961
Oscar, one of the seals at Ala Moana Center’s Christmas seal shows, “strums” an ukulele for showman
Homer Snow, right, as six youngsters take in the act. Robin Chang, left, Sheila Teshima, Craig Whang, Lori
Teshima, and David and Lisa Tyng were the lucky keiki who got up close with Oscar.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / SEPTEMBER 12, 1968
Makakilo Elementary students swarm over boulders on the construction site of their new school. In the
background are three portable buildings being used as classrooms while the permanent facilities are under
construction. State cleanup crews began clearing the grounds of weeds and debris the day before.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / FEBRUARY 17, 1998
Ryan Rucker and Keith Niev tried to remove the Kress sign from the makai side of the landmark downtown
building, which is being demolished. They failed to remove the sign because the letters were set in
stone. They could, however, remove two signs from other parts of the building.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / MAY 4, 1966
Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother of England, dances with Duke Kahanamoku at a reception hosted by
Gov. John A. Burns at Host International Restaurant.
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / APRIL 2, 1978
Dauphne Campbell, a Brigham Young University-Hawaii student from New Zealand, catches up on homework
backstage at the Polynesian Cultural Center while waiting to perform in the Maori portion of the
STAR-ADVERTISER ARCHIVE / AUGUST 25, 1957
Jack Bailey, emcee of the “Queen for a Day” radio and television show, got a warm reception from Hawaiian
Airlines flight attendants Camille Oleck and Luvi Villanueva during his Waikiki vacation.