Evelyn Pihana Loaaole passes on, 1924.

GONE ON THE PATH OF NO RETURN IS MRS. EVELYN PIHANA LOAAOLE

Mr. Solomon Hanohano, Aloha kaua:—Please allow me a little space of our pride, which will flash quickly the parcel of tears placed above so that the many friends of my dearly beloved wahine who has gone on the road of no return will see, as well as the end of it all.  To all from the great, wide Hawaii, island of Keawe all the way to Niihau, the island that snatches away the sun, Mrs. Evelyn Pihana Loaaole has gone, just as the Holy Book says,…

MRS. EVELYN PIHANA LOAAOLE

…the life of man is but a puff of smoke which appears and disappears, it is God who giveth and He who then taketh away. Blessed be his name.

After being ill for four days, my dear wife left me, her kane, and our hanai child. On the 27th of Feb., she was taken to the Queen’s Hospital by the doctor, and that evening at 7 o’clock she grew weary of this life, and her spirit returned to He who created it, and her body went under the care of Silva, and on the first of March her body was taken out for the family, the acquaintances and friends of my dear wife to view.

I, her husband, give my thanks to all the family and to the association, Ka Hale o na Alii o Hawaii, for your helping me from the watching over the body of my wife; and to the friends who came and stayed awake through that night with us, and also for the gifts of flowers.

Please accept this expression of thanks, and may the Lord bless us all with aloha.

Me with sadness,

CHARLES MAKEPA LOAAOLE,

and the Ohana.

[Might this be the same people in the marriage announcement in the Kuokoa of 3/21/1913? Charles Loaaole weds Evalina Piimanu, March 11. Also it can be seen as Loaaole, Charley – Ewalaina Piimaunu 3-11-1913, Honolulu, in the marriage records available at www.papakilodatabase.com]

(Kuokoa, 3/27/1924, p. 6)

UA HALA I KE ALA HOI OLE MAI, O MRS. EVELYN PIHANA LOAAOLE

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXIII, Helu 13, Aoao 6. Maraki 27, 1924.

The passing of Mrs. Elizabeth Kaaihue Raupp, 1922.

MRS. ELIZABETH KAAIHUE RAUPP HAS PASSED ON.

MRS. ELIZABETH K. RAUPP.

Mrs. Elizabeth Kaaihue Raupp of Kalihi, who is well known to some of this town, has passed away at 5 p. m., on the 23rd of December last, at her home, and were she to have lived eight more hours she would have died on the day of her marriage. On Wednesday, December 28, her funeral was held at the mortuary of H. H. Williams on Nuuanu Avenue, and then at the Catholic church, the funerary ceremonies were concluded, and after that her remains were taken to the Cemetery at Maemae.

She was born at Kahului in 1864, and when she was 8 years old, she was adopted [hookama] by Captain F. W. Fehlbehr and his wife Makaleka. On the 24th of December 1883, she was joined in the sacred covenant of marriage with George M. Raupp in the home of Edwin A. Hall at Aala.

She was a member of the Hui Kokua a Hookuonoono o na Wahine Oiwi Hawaii, the Ahahui Puuwai Lokahi, and the Ahahui Ka Hale o na Alii o Hawaii. When she passed, she left behind her husband, George M. Raupp and her only daughter, Mrs. Walter MacDougal, along with many siblings/cousins [hoahanau], Mrs. Annie Reist, Mrs. Rev. William Kamau of Ewa, William A. Hall, and Mrs. Annie K. Wong Leong.

She was a woman whose goodness was known by the people, that being her kindness, hospitality and generosity; and she had many friends.

To all the people who joined to grieve in the time of sadness for their beloved one who left this life, to all of the associations who gave their help, and to the many friends and fellows, goes the great appreciation of the ohana of Mrs. Elizabeth Kaaihue Raupp who left this world, for the gifts of beautiful flowers given to honor the remains of the one who has departed.

William A. Hall,

and the family.

(Kuokoa, 1/6/1922, p. 3)

O MRS. ELIZABETH KAAIHUE RAUPP, UA HALA.

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXI, Helu 1, Aoao 3. Ianuari 6, 1922.