Mr. and Mrs. David K. Kama Sr. have been living in the pure bonds of marriage for fifty years. The two of them were married on the 17th of April at Holualoa, Kona in the year 1886. They gave a party to commemorate their Jubilee marriage at their home in Honolulu on Friday last week. It was the greatest praise in gratitude to God in giving them this great blessing of life, allowing them to have these happy years in the pure bonds of marriage.
In 1907, Mr. Kama Sr. sat as a member of the legislature; he was in government service for 31 years. He was born in Kailua, Kona, Hawaii, and is 76 years old. His parents are Kekahuna Kamalalawalu and Kupanaha Ka????; his wife Annie Kaulalani Kama, and she was born in Honolulu 67 years ago; she was the daughter of John Henry Trask and Pauahi Kahaikupuna.
Therefore, the Hoku o Hawaii reports on this news to give its great congratulations to these Hawaiians for this joyful Jubilee.
Haole call it a Golden Wedding.
[Hopefully, the original newspaper is clearer than this image, and the unclear names (and photograph are clearer!]
(Hoku o Hawaii, 4/29/1936, p. 3)