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HONOLULU 8TAR-BULLETIK, SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 1912.
r ?aX rVl I ' "Night." took the first prize for Uie Church. Mrs. Waldeyer. Mrs. Ernest Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first
it, 0SOl 'handsomest lady's costume. She was Clark. Mrs. David Thrum, Miss Clark, and. third Wednesdays, Alewa tt
I r li TfcfTen a larre black cat Miss Florence Miss Folsom. Miss Bordan. Miss Max- Heights. v' a
ITpHE picture-loving public of Hono
II lulu has been particularly fortu-
nate this last year in that several
V artists of world-wide renown have
visited the islands and given exhibi
tions of their paintings. Some have
confined .their work to the scenery
while one or two have sbowp can
vases depicting flowers.,
Among those who have attracted
the attention of the islanders were
Lionel Walden, Knight of the Legion
of. Honor of France, known in Paris
as the King of Bohemia; Miss Ana
Klumpke; famous on Loth continents
as a great painter, and the life-long j
inend ana Diograpner or Kosa iron -
nuer; Mr. . Tneodore worres, wnose
work became popular here as well as
on the mainland; Miss Withrow, Mr.
William Adam and Mrs. Pogson. Mrs.
Pogson was a former resident of ihe
island and her work did not make its
Initial bow here during herlalt a few
months ago. Her work was confined
to flowers. C Two of the artists who
have left tecently were Mr.r George
HI Torrey the portrait painter, and
Mr. Duncan Smith the mural artist
Nothing need be said here concerning
these artists for their work I by. this
time well known In Honolulu.'. T-Mi;
Torrey occupied the greater share of
his time painting portraits' "of ..people
prominent. In, Honolulu, while 7 Mr.
::inltlj depicted many beautiful Hawai
ian scenes from a new viewpoint!
All of the painters who have visited
Honolulu fio far have been lionized by
the society folk of the clty-j Jtis pro
alle then that' Brof Kronstrand,- the
owedish portrait pa!nterr wilVbe feted
in the same way provided be finds the
time for such frivolities. - Upon nl ar
rival in the city he confessed a liking
far the salt water and stated . that he
intended to spend a share of his time
r t Waikikl. v Perhaps he will be on the
)?okvput for Honoluluy most beautiful
v oman.1 It was at the beach, that Mr.
Tcrrey found the young woman whom,
! e considered the most beautiful type
cf Hawaiian. . . .: -. -;
When Bror Kronstrand arrived, la
'in Francisco some time ago he was
eluded by letters from .women who
nsldered themselves beautiful but so
:.r no one hero, has "ventured to ug
:st to the great artist that he paint
cr.. No doubt this artist like all oth
:s who have been here will find our
ave washea chores very dlfferafc
: rem any other .plaea ia tb& we&t'v
One of the reeenf1 porttftfts' Hiafnfed
v the artist, was that of Miss Lurline
toa, the daughter of -captain , and!
rs. William Matson.; Miss. Matson Is
ell known in Honolulu, having visit
: here a number of times. This por
it Is said to" be very,- fine. Mr.
renstrand considered Misa Matson
z clear expression of : the 1 strong,
an eCcieucy, poise and health' of
? typical' American woman.,- A San
ncisco paper says that he Is popu
r as a painter of women , for ' he
ras to be able to portray the real
. aracter. ; '' "-i
Kronstrand Is known to be diplomat
, for when asked by a San Fxancls
a If he considered Swedish -wom-the
most beautiful In the world he
1: "Now maybe I know-where the
est beautiful women are to be found
1 maybe I don't. But.lf I do I have
t told anybody and I am not going
- tell anybodj," For the women of
ch city he visits he has a new com
rjent. Now ' the Honolulu women
e waiting to know; jos what he
inks of their beauty. i . .:
:s Adelald Pratt'a Hallowe'en , v
rty." ' ;'Ki';.V:-" V; v:';.v fs'
Miss Adelald Pratt was hostess at
most enjoyable Hallowe'en party
t evening at her home In Kalrookv
. ..e house was decorated for the oc
:ion with pumpkins, black. Cats and
inches with a. background " formal
r masses of ferns, and pepper bran
v.es. The jroung people danced in ihe
rse slttlngr room-and on the "lanal
I.ich was lighted with Japanese lan
rn8. There were prizes offered for
: ncy and comical costume Mjjs
Prices loo; for Thanksgiving JljEiilJI (fllJJ )jjfl)A IF jffOo Hitjjll Prices Low for Thanksgiving
63 U0 qoaiily On Sale
68 2.754 qnalltv-4)n Sale
6S-$3.a quality On Sale
72 $3.75 quality On Sale
72 1.00 qonllty On ;Sale
8-$3.75 quality On Sale
85 I-0 qnallt On Sale
102-5.00 quality On Sale
108 $50 qualltv On Sale
npkla to match In Luncheon and Dinner r lies.
Hemstitched Luncheon and Dinner Cloths
Emilv Cooke who rvas dressed as-Gicnoux. Mrs. Pierce.
Campbell as a witch and Miss Rhodo Well. Miss Uecke, Mrs. Tarleton. Mrs.
Ballentyne as a gipsy both were gJ-A. Johnson. Miss Lindsay. Mrs. Kroll.
ven small black cats. Miss Helen Mrs. Robert Pratt. Mrs. F. E. Steere,
Church was given the prize for the; Mrs. Battelle, Mrs. Donald Ross, Mrs.
most comical girl in costume. She rc-,F. S. Lyser. Mrs. Charles Frazier. Miss'
ceived a stick pin. Among the your. ' A. Foster, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. C. G. Do-,
men Piatt Hooke. Jr.. m'a elrt-n. Ar-rhn Afra Cletwvt CI HnlM Mr TVh-
thur Winkley as a cook and Tom ert Scott and Mrs. T. Taplin. -Church
as a negro were given pump-'
kin and mannikin stick pin. j Morlan-Visel Wedding, Lcs Angeles.
The younc hostess was drsei as The marriage of Miss Rae Belle
a DumDkln and the costume was car-
ried out In everv detail. She .ir a i
or a i
hat that resembled half a pumpkin
shell and her dress was ornamented
iwitn small pumpuns. several o' :ne
friends who helped with the tefrfRh-
ment8 were dressed as gho3i3. One
eentleman. Mr. Geonse Asbtev. Jr .
represented an owl and amused tie
young petple greatly. During the irst
part of the evening Mrs. George Ash
ley, Jr.. told fortunes as .a. witch.
Some among those present were .Miss
Lillian , lcChesney, Misa Florence
Ballou.tlVUss Florence Campbell. M'sa
Rhode Ballentyne. Miss Hazel Ridley,
Miss Maud Ballentyne, M Ibs Emily
Cooke, Miss Lucile Hoogs; Miss Helen
Church, Miss India .Way son, Ul&ii
Eleanor Gartley, Miss Glenna Mc
Cracken, Misa Grace. Johnstone, Miss
Pearl Kekumanu, Miss Irene Ahrns,
Miss Aileen ; Dowsett. Miss MildreVI
Church, Miss Charlotte Ballou, ; Miss
Dorothy ' Ashley, Miss Anna Ashley.
Miss Belinba Murray. Miss Frances
Partington. MlsK Miriam Ovendis.
Dorothy Waldon,.Esme Damon, Miss
lydy Mutch, Miss Clemeice Gilford,
Miss .Louise Glrvln, Miss . Margaret
Stevens. Miss Ruth Far rington. Miss
Frances NevHIe, Miss ' Wlunlfred
Brown, Miss Dorothy Cooke, Miss He
len Center. Mr. Piatt Cooke Jr., Mr.
Jerry Smith. Mr. Arthur Winkley, Mr.
William Dimond, Mr. . Freletfck Den
nlson,7 ;Mr.- Joseph ; Farrington, Mr.
Charles Richardson, Mr. T)tn Church
and others, v
The .Misses McLean Give Supper to
. Bridal Party. - ; ' :.x - .
The Misses Carrie and Helen Mc
Lean; of Honolulu, ;.who '. are ' house
guests at the home of Mr. and Mr&
Arthur E. Morlan in Manhattan place,
entertained "last night with a supper
In compliment to Miss Rae Morlan and
her fiance, Mr. Stanley.. Visel, who are
to be married tonight at the , First
lethpdlst church. Covers for all of
the bridal- party were, laid at - tables ;
decorated k with V golden chrysanthe-.
mufcyabd: the' Ta vers andr place' cards
were in harmony with the same ijucj
X The. Misses, McLean, made a visit I
here a year ago, and there have been
many friends : to rejoice, at their re
turn to the city to act as bridesmaids
for Miss; Morlan. : , V ;
. The Morlan-Vlsei wedding tonight Is
to e an elaborately appointed affair.
The bridal - party is large and '. the
young women -chosen ; as attendants
are all tif personal charm and beauty
and will be royally garbed.-Los An
geles, Cal,;Tr!bune. Oct. 15, 1912.
Miss Ethel Spalding Entertained. . ' ;
Miss Ethel Spalding is guest of hon
c: at a bridge prty this 7ifterao.'.nur
which Mrs. Schlanser of Fort Slwfter
Ie : tosteta. - The prizes that will Te
awarded for the highett score -ire a
card ;case and a dainty obioidete!i
hnndkerchlef. The Invited guests are.
Miss Ethel " Spalding, r Miss McAfee,
Mra. Homer L.' Preston, M riC -S. - M;
Kennedy, "Mrs. McAfee, Mrs.. Fredei
dall Sr Mrs Loyd .FredendalV ii :
rremann, MraJ Jamleson, ;Mr. Cham
fcerlalnrMre. Klrby Smith, Mrs Turner.-
Miss Betty, Case, Mrs. Gerald John
ton, Mrs. H. B. Pratt ;
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Mrs. A. M. Nowell'a Tea.
Mrs. AM.:Nowell of Manoa Valley,
who left In the Ventura yesterday for
a visit to the mainland entertained
at a farewell tea on Wednesday after
noon at her home In Manoa Valley.
For her decorations, ' Mrs. Nowell
chose huge yellow sunflowers. The
guests Included, Mrs. Frank ; Blake,
Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Edgar Wood,
Mrs. Marstcn Campbell. Mrs. Alexis
Morlan, daughter of Mr. and
III I D.
Arthtir F. Morlan, 967
Arthtir F. Morlan, 967 Manhattan i
A rm. . .
P'e, w otan.ey Augustus visei son
of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus J. isel of
" w it At Z , T "!
iu( at iuc root, iticuiuuibi iuuiuu ut
South Hill street, the Rev. Charles
Edward Locke officiating in tho pres
ence of relatives and friends.
The church had been transformed
into a bower of yellow juxd green, j , MrV;and Mrs. Visel have left for
The pulpit was entirely hidden be- an extended trip of two Inonths and
neath a mass of ferns, palms and pot-jH be at home with Mr. and Mrs.
ted plants,. whUe yellow chrysanthe-' Morlan after their. return December
mums 'waved their heads from the lmtil the completion of their own
greenry and immense bows of yellow hpiae. The bride's gifts to her maids
tulle ribbons added ' an effective were gold bar pins with pearls and
touch to the color scheme. The sapphires, that of the maid of honor
chandeliers were covered with ferns being a trifle larger than that of the
and tulle resembling hanging baskets others. r
of ferns wftahow. of v. golden tulle. I Mrs.. Morlan wore a-gown of pale
The pew , posts were . .topped with J blue brocaded creJJe meteor with
ferns and yellow chrysanthemums trimmings of French shadow lace and
with bows of tulle at the tase and tiny corsage of roses and tulle. Mrs.
the organ loft was a bower, of ferns James McLean of Honolulu was attir
yellow blossoms and tulle. I ed in an Imported gown of blue sat-
The wedding party entered to tho In trimmed with Maltese and prin
strains of the "Bridal Chorus" from I cess lace and sash of , flowered cord
"Lohengrln." the bridegroom and his ed silk.. Iajs Angeles, Cal. Herald,
two brothers. Jack and Nelson Visel, : Oct 16, 1912.
meeting the bride at the altar, where
she r was given Into his keeping .by j Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Sinclair's Hal
her1 father. First came the ushers, j lowe'en Party.
Clyde Whitney, Harold Janeway and ( Orie of the delightful Hallowe'en
Arthur" Echman, followed by the functions was that given by Dr. and
maids, walking alone. Miss Helen ' Mrs. A. N. Sinclair on Thursday even
McLea, Miss Ruth Visel, Miss Eliza- t1ng at their home on Klnau street
beth Helm and Miss Eloise Watson. 1 The home was decorated appropriate
They were -attired aUke in gowns ly with jack-o-lanterns!,; wttches and
of corn colored charmense satin with ferns. During the evehing old Hal
under petticoat of white satin,, cov- lowe'en games were indulged in and
ered with chantllly lace. r The frocks j the guests enjoyed a thoroughly good
were opened at the side showing the . time. There were many beautiful
white satin- and Jace with a corded costumes as well as tehe usual num
fold of the yellow . charmeuse and at ber of comical' ones. Two young la
the top Just below the : knee was a - dies ; . appeared ; as Vjack-o-lanterns.
lover's knot of . tiny yellow chiffon These caused a good -deal of amuse
rosebuds -with t delicate follaee. The ' ment as did Mr. Chester Hunn who
gowns were, Dutch necka with short 1 wore , the costume of ,a darky lady,
sleeves and yokes and: ruffles of chlf-; The : guests Included, Mr. and Mrs.
fpn and Iace ; The Bquare trains. fell Chester Hunn, Mr ad Mrs. A. D.
from the shoulders. They wore yel-: Larnach. Miss Glenn Jones, Miss Her
low ostrich tips In their hair and car-1 endlne, Miss Lightfoot-, Miss Marian
ried - two enormous yellow chrysan-1.
thomnma with v11nw tullo rihhnn
and lone ends. . - '1
" - - - f v- - i
iiere, ine gut oj me urujK&rwiu.
- After the ceremony 'a wedding sup-
per was served at the home of the
bridejs parents for the members of
the two families and the bridal party
only. I: The hrlde's table held a cen-
terplece of a great Bilver basket All-
ed with, bride roses and lilies of the
valley and ferns. This rested on a
great mirror which was bordered with
the lilies and ferns. The candles
yards by 2lt
yards by 2$2
2 yards by 3
2Js yards by 3
2Mnch x 21. Inch
26-Inch x 2tMnch
Lean.?. was becomingly attired In a , Dh. Case.. Mr. Cllffbrd ''White, ' Mr.
gown of pale blue charmeuse satin Roscoe Perkins, Mr. Cnarles Murray,
with; trimmings of chahtllly lace and" Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Goodman,
tulle. Tlie pointed Atraln - fell from : . m
the shoulders with drapes of the lace rkapiolan!; Maternity Home to Have a
with.: the tulle. She carried a -silver , Luau and Foreign Lunch.' r w
basket filled with ; the t palest pink Being in need of funds wltfc which
rosebuds and; a ' great bow of blue toV Jmake!ai?s;ddltldn:!to , their build
tulle on the handle. 7 Ing the;.Kaplolanl Home, under the
The bride was attired in a gown of auspices otjtha)osVaes-wllI
heaviest white charmeuse satin made give a luah and -foreign lunch on the
Empress Josephine fashion, with thirtieth tvof November. The affair
trimmings of duchess and rose point will take place on the grounds of the
lace, which had adorned the wedding Maternity $ Home on Beretanla av
gown of her, mother many years ago. cnue,5 between the hours of twelve
The court train was trimmed down and twoWclock p. m. Mrs. J. M.
the entire left side with the lace and Dowsett, treasurer of .the Board has
sprays of orange blossoms and foil-' charge of the affair, ;
age were caught lightly on the train1 , G' zX ' "
near the hem.. The gown was caught Miss Kiurripke honored In. San
at the left side with a rose of soft Francisco. '
chiffon and touches of tulle ; and y The arrival, in San Francisco of a
pearls - added artistic effect to ; the world-famed figure has given a new
dainty gown. ,Her veil of tulle was tcst tnterest to club life this last
held Lin placejbyx ,a cap made of the week. The coming of Miss Anna
duchess lace of her mothers ed- p imd bJographer of
ding 'handkerchief and wreato lof R has marked an event
SC2Sir !5E nfhtehvSvan Si-the women's orgaiiizaUons. , for
-JZJAlrll Miss Klumpke was arf honored guest
menadiamaonnd SS pel TaTeK f t two ofUhe most brilliant affairs of
in Scotch Damask, with Napkins. 10 inch Hemstitched Tea Napkins.
. Linen Glass Cloths, Check Linen Towelling.
n CALLING dais a
tt FOB HONQLFLl' a
tt Monday ,Punahou, College a
tt Mills, Manoa, Makiki. a
tt Tuesday Waikikl, Kapiolani a.
tt Park. TKalmuki. Paloio. First a
8 Tuesday, Fort Ruger. tt
tt Wednesdays Nuuanu; Puunui. a
Pacific Heights. First and third tt
tt Wednesdays, above Nuuanu a
a bridre: second and fourth Wed- tt
tt nesdaysr fcolow bridge: fourth tt
Tnursaaj The Plains. a
Fridays Hotels and town, tt
Fourth Friday, Fort Sharter; tt
first Friday. tt
Saturdays Kalihi. Third and tt
fourth Saturdays, Kamehameh.i tt
tt Schools. tt
tt Society Editor Telephone tt
tt 2799. tt
u.'ora ccfi 1 v cttorlAsl with tL-riitn an1
a 1 on1 tkarA't (vam crma t Knura rf
r", r " "L r'l
iuuc viuc;i. iuu vuaiiuc
,Ierg were fe8tooned with ferng and
tt mantles hallwavs were bank-
ed with ferns and potted plants. The
place favors were tiny silver bas
kets filled with rice and bows of dew.
drop tulle and sprays of lilies of tire
valley. The place cards were hand-
painted sketches of a bridal party
Greene. Miss ,Parso,nsfli Miss Lyons,!
nu. . rnn ' Tnm utna - Alloc T
uiftivn, . . ulceus. -V" .
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The Pacific Coast Women s Press
Association made Miss Klumpke their
eue,st of honor on Monday when sev-
eral hundred women attended a recep-
iion glvensln compliment to her. On
Wednesday Miss Klumpke received
the greeting of several hundred more
women who were members and guests
of Laurel Hill Club, of which she is
a member." The Press Association
THE MOIRE DESIGN"
"klHaa fir Ufa Vincent Mr
pattern in a beautiful qualify of Irish Linen,
.. .$.6J0 each .
. . .$ 8-0 each .
...$10.0 each .
. . .$12.00 each .
. . .$13"0 each .
GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED
claims Miss Klumpke as cue of iis
Professional speakers, women who
tpeak on ail occasions, have almost
(eased to be eutertaining at an aver
age club meeting, but at the Press
, Association reception Miss Klumpke
gave one of the most thoroughly de
lightful talks that San Francisco club
! women have ever heard. She smll
j ingly announced that that was her
second appearance as a public speak
Jer and she begged the indulgence ol
her audience if she lapsed iuto a con
versational tone. But not one word
of her talk was lost, for it was far
too interesting to be let pass without
every effort to hear.
Miss Klumpke was the intimate
friend and confidante of Rosa Bon
heur. and at the request of that
famous artist painted her portrait and
wrote her biography. Miss Klumpke.
when in Paris, makes her home in
Rosa Bonhenr's home, which was
willed to the California artist Dy Miss
Bonheur at the time of the latter's
Miss Klumpke has left everything
just as it was in the home, even to
the unfinished picture of the "Nine
Horses," which was standing on the
studio easel. Interesting lights on the
character and life, of Rosa Bonheur
were presented by Miss Klumpke in
her talk. A number of Rosa Bonheur's
paintings were pictured for the audi
ence at the conclusion of Miss
Not less appreciated were the half
dozen or so pictures painted by Miss
Klumpke, which were also shown.
San Francisco has a way of . "wel
coming home" notables with surpris
ing frequency, but it is not often that
there is to much delightful sincerity
and such warmth of-welcome as has
been afforded to Miss Klumpke, who
seemed to delight in being home
quite as much as home does in having
her. San Francisco Examiner.
Mrs. Frederick A. Barker Entertains
Mrs; Frederick a. Barker of Fort
Shafter was tbj hostess ut an infor
mal bridge pcity cn Weiherdav af
ternoon at her iime at Fort Shaiter.
The prizes were faintly ua.. oa!i)r i
dered handkerchiefs and -vera given
to Mrs. McAfee, Mrs. Ross Klnssbur:
and Mrs. Harry Wilder. '
Among those present were, Mrs.
Humbert, Mrs. Williams of Fort Ru
ger; Mrs. J. M. Kennedy, Mrs.. Harry
Wilder. Miss Ethel Spalding. Mrs. Mc
Afee, Miss McAfee," Mrs. Gerald John
son, Mrs. Ross Kingsbury, Miss Flor
ence Hoffman, Mrs. Mitchell and Miss
: -e" .
Mr. And Mrs. Noel De'err'c Dinner On
', Sunday Evening. ,
On Sunday, evening - Mr, and - Mrs.
Noel Deerr entertained, at a prettily
appointed dinner: at their JLome, Brae
side, in Manoa Valley-The centerpiece
for. the table was. an attractive ar
rangement of red ;and white canra
tionr; Covers were, laid for,, Mr., and
Mrs. Baldwin, ;. Mr. and : Mrs. A. G.
Hawes, Jr., Mr. and li rtv - Agee', . Dr.
Ferdinand Hedemann, Mr. David . Ah
derson and Mr. and. Mrs.. Noel .Becnv
Major and Mrs. W. C. Neville Enter
" tain. . ' --;: . ; :'.
Captain and Mrs. CutU were the
guest of honor at a prettily appoini
ed dinner on Wednesday at which Maj
or and Mrt. Neville entertained, : -ov
ers were j laid for . twelve'ncludi'n.
Captain and Mrs. Cuttsi Major and
Mrs E. ' J. vTImberiake, Capta!i . and
HfeL Wal feir ' Johnson, LleutehAhf and
Mrs: Pratt, Miss Edith Cowles. Lieuten
antEvans and Major and M .. Nrev:Me.
.; k :
Mrs. Alexander G. Hawes, SrM Enter-
tains at Luncheon. . k
Mrs,: Alexander GTi Hawes, Sr., was
a ' luncheon ; hostess Tuesday after
noon. In honor of Mrs. L. G. Black
min, who Is shortly to leave for a
trip to Europe. Covers were laid for
Mrs. L. G. Blackman, Mrs. Walter
Cowles, Mrs. F.. M. Swanzy, . Mrs.
Charles ; Wilder, - Mrs. Alexander G.
Hawes, . Jr., and Mrs. Alexander G.
Voman's Society And Woman's Beard
Of Central Union Church To Meei
On Tuesday. '
-The1 Woman's' Society of " Central
Union Church will hold a meeting at
the Church parlors on Tuesday morn
ing at eleven o'clock; The meeting
wil be followed by a basket luncheon.
In the afternoon the Woman's" Boai'ft
of Mhsions "will hold Its regular
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K lamp's Din
ner Party. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kiamp en-
. SALE $5.00.
. SALE $8.00
. SALE $9J!5
tertaiued informally at dinner at the
Moan a Hotel on Sunday evening for
Miss Alice Cornet. Covers were laid
for Miss Alice Cornet. Miss Harriet
Hatch. Mis Nora Sturgeon. .Vh. Paul
j Glade. Mr. P. Henoch. Mr. - Hen
och ami .Mr. and Mrs. Kiamp.
Mrs. Walter Johnson's Informal Card
Mrs. Walter Johnson was hostess at
an informal bridge parly Tuesday
afternoon at her home on Piikoi
Ureet. The prizes, dainty Japanese
bowls, were taken by Mrs. Morris and
Mrs. Homer L. Preston. Among the
present were Mrs. Cutts, Mrs. Douglas
McDougal. Mrs. Ross Kingsbury, Mrs.
ill. B. Pratt, Mrs. Gerald Johnson.
Mrs. Morris. Mrs. Homer L. Preston,
and Mrs. J. M. Kennedy.
Miss Dorothy Guild and her house
guest. Miss Helen Coulter, left in the
Mauna Kea this morning . for Maul,
where they will spend three weeks
visiting Mrs. Duncan M unlock and
Mrs. Will Baldwin. If the weather is
fair and the plans formulated can be
carried out, the young' people will
spend this coming Saturday night in
the crater of Haleakala.
ft. ft ft
Mrs. John Trenholm Warren To En
tertain. ft :
Mrs. 'John Trenholm Warren is to
entertain at luncheon in ttic early put
ot next week for Miss Hov) of P:tf;v
dena, who has been a gees' at tat
Young Hotel for seveil months.
The Tuesday Evening Bridge Club.
. Lieutenant and. Mrs. Homer L. Prei
ton entertained the Tuesday Even ins
Bridge Club this week at their home
at Fort Shafter. The prizes -were given
to Mrs. Kirby Smith. nd Mrs. George
Turner. ; Among Ihose present were.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Kirby Smith,
Lieutenant and Mrs.; George Turner,
Captain- and Mrs.. Cutts. and Lieuten
ant and Mrs.- Preston. : : ;. --;
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Mr. And Mrs. H. L. Lyon's Hallowe'en
; Dance.'-'? -kk -
Mr." and - Mrs. ;H. L Lyon gave a
most enjoyable Hallowe'en party on
Thursday, evening at their home on
JJatlock Avenue, ' 1 ; ;
-' , &:f;k:-r-:':y,:;i
Mrs."! John , Trenholm .Warren's i'ki
Luncheon. , .fV'"-:py-';'-W:-'jl--i
Mrs John, Trenholm Warren enter
tained informally at luncheon Thmt-(
day afternoon at her home on Kewaio
street.. Covers were laid for twelve. v
yard 70 inches aud 72 Inches wide, rich
13 inch Fringed
1 " ' atid sparkle, k t -
EaUktf 4 I7S0
For cailot." drinking and cooking
Pure,' Delicious, Nutritions
Registered U. 8. Patent Office
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
iened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
rrk::. 1-4 lb.'cakes 7 J
For Sak by Lsading- Croccn la Xloooluhi
Wdter Baker & Co: Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
153 HIGHEST AWARDS m
Mr. and- Mrs. Richard Ivers .Picnic at'
Diamond ; Head. - , k' '
k On Sunday liir. and -Mrs. - Richarj
Ivers. eotertalned at a'delishtful pic
nic around v Diamond. ' Head. ; Their :
guests Included Mr., and Mrs, Gerrit ;
Wilder, Mr. and .Mra. Arthur . Brown, ?
Mr and Mrs.; j; S. Walker," Mr. and
Mrs. M.'M; Scott, Miss Marion Scott,
Miss Harriet Hatch. ,Mr. P. IL Hatch, 1 .
Mr. Leslie Scott . , General.. M acorn b f
Lieutenant Andrews, and others. .
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with Nankins to