Here it takes a tropical twist, with chunks of sweet pineapple, so it's right at home at a luau.
Around midnight, she and her husband Lennie Hayton dropped by the luau, a faux-Polynesian restaurant in Beverly Hills.
While police led him to the door, Hayton rushed Horne out of the luau, then home to the Ambassador.
But the luau incident gave her a sobering look at the truth.
The occasion of an outdoor festival, an ahaaina or luau, was made the opportunity for the exhibition of this dance.
"luau is the Hawaiian name for feast," Mrs. Beaumont explained.
The pupil ate the luau, the teacher placed the package of salt on the altar, and the service was complete.
luau (lu-a)--greens made by cooking young taro leaves; in modern times a term applied to a Hawaiian feast.
The Tahitian "native" feast does not differ in any salient particulars from the often-described Hawaiian luau.
Hospitable and liberal as he is in his daily life, when the Hawaiian invites his friends to a luau he expects them to pay.
Hawaiian party or feast, 1853, from Hawaiian lu'au, literally "young taro tops," which were served at outdoor feasts.