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HONOLULU BTAR.BULLETIK, SATI UDAY, JAN. IS. 1013
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.' CmpertaBtjtrt In tie prodnrtlon- of "The Tourist. Sfcc is one of Uie leJ
;i8r memitert of tie "Sextette. 4
MiM' Bonnl Tows Entertains.
On Wednesday afternoon Isb Bon
nie iTowse'tnrited a. number of her
trienda to help ner celebrate her elev
enta birthday. The children spent the
afternotm playing games for which
the . snoceaafni contestants were
awarded prlzea. RefreEhments were
serred In the form of A pol luncheon.
Ti color, acheme for. the decorations
was. red,' and was carried out to the
rJiiltosUdetalL' The gnests included
Wlaa Dorothy Ashley, MIbs Anna Ashley,-
Mies, Irina Patten, Miss Sybil
Jo.tpttonei M!ss Jeesle Bon, Miss
Gretchen Blerhach, Mies Klnau Wil
der'Miss.-Jeannette McLain. Miss
Kora Mulr.iMles Rita Muir. MJsb 1111
drelh' Church. Miss -Ilejen King and
Mis Natalie Wood.
jUtaUEvan T. Warner Entertained.
MraW.i'C. Hobdy entertained at
in Informal luncheon last Friday for
her; mother, Mrs. Evan T. Warner,
who is visiting in Honolulu. The
Mm rvon T War.
Berf. Mrs. John Gait. Mrs. Benjamin
Marx. Mrs. V.. D. Baldwin, Mrs. San
ford B. Dole, Mrs. Andrew Fuller and
Mrs. Irwin J. Shepherd.
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tfetnre Appears aboTe,is the youiij-
Miss. Ward Complimented. '"v.
Mrs. E. Faxon Bishop entertained
at a prettily appointed luncheon" on
Thursday for Miss Ward. Covers were
laid for Blxteen. .-."
-Dr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Shepherd
Mrs. W. C. Hobdy was hostess at a
prettily appointed dinner at the Oahu
i:iuntry Chib last evening in honor; of
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Shepherd. Cpv-;
era were laid for twelve, including Dr. I
and Mrs. Irwin J. Shepherd, Mr. and.
Mrs.. Willard Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
uiarence Ji.-vopKe, nr. anu Mrs, jonn
P. Erdrran. Dr.. and Mrs. F. E. Trot
ter and Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Hobdy.t
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Miss Ruth -Farrington's 5wlnTmlng,
Miss Ruth Farrington is giving a
swimming party and luncheon for a
number of her friends at the Outrig
ger Club today. The guests are Miss
Gladys Halstead, Miss Florence White,
Miss Kate Singlehurst, Miss Mary
Smith, Mrs. Mildred Chapin. Miss Ger
trude Ripley. Miss Florence Davis,
Miss Inez Gibson. Miss Eleanor Gart-
1tp. takft this onnnrninit.v nt thankinor nnr
year which closes on the 31st of January, at the same time assuring them of
improve and give the best service.
We want to induce you who have not visited our establishment to do so. We want to convince you that
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n CALLING DATS
Z FOE HONOLULU
O Mondays Punaaou, MakikL tt
4 Toedayn WaikikL Kapiolanl tt
3 Park, Kalmukl. Palolo. First
3 Tuesday, Fort Ruger. tt
tt Wednesdays Nuuanu, Puunui, tt
tt Pacific Heights. First and third, tt
tt Wednesdays, above Nuuanu tt
tt bridge; second and fourth Wed- tt
4 neadays, below bridge; fourth tt
tt Wednesday, Pacific Heights; first tt
tt and third Wednesdays, AJewa tt
tt Thnrndiys The Plains. tt
8 Fridays .-k HoteI and town. &
tt Fourth Friday, - Fort Shafter;
tt first Vriday. tt
tt Manoa, College Hills, First and tt
tt third Friday. '
tt Saturdays Kallhl. .Thiril and tt
tt fourth. Saturdays, .Kamehameoa xj
tt'Schools.y ? J x- tt
tt Society Editor Telephone a
tt 27W. a
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ley,' Miss Florence Eallou. Miss Jessie
Baldwin, Miss Madeline Chapin and
Miss Frances Farrington.
Tr.e, Freshman Dance.
Last term the uppet classmen of
Cdhu College gave a' dance in honor
of the incoming freshmen. As v the
;Jrnsnm. tne Freshmen will return the
dance this ierm. The affair will tt
-, ptace next Friday evening, as. ail o
r tinned' during the lentet. season.
I . I'ae Kreshmefa have, planned Bome
tbing new ;or the coming; iunctlon an
predict that it:fyUl:be'iacc : Th
danice8 are . exclusively, jgcaiops affainv
Vbades for herx table decorations oh
Thursday when, she entertained Miss
Maty' Alexander. - of Oakland.; ' The
Unteiecfeot. the table was-of lav-
enderdai&lrti, ttiid Beflfcf Jtra;BarKer
and ' her;- daughter Wal Al
exahder of Oakland, were among the
Mrs. James , Guild Entertains.
: Mrs. James-Guikl entertained at a
bridge party yesterday aftern6on in
Lonor of Mrs. J. W. Caum, who is
soon to-leave Honolulu. The. prizes
wereHaMen by Mrs. Ray Baker Rietow
and therconsolatlon by Mrs. Hair. The
guests included Mrs. J. W. Caum, Mrs.
ilair. Miss Mabel Hair, Mrs. Arthur
Thayer, Mrs. Lew's Underwood, Mrs.
Cimonton, Mrs. C"iarles Crane, Mrs.
Stalnback, Mrs. Charley Warn, Mrs.
At Home at tfie Kilohana Club.
One of the delightfully informal af
fairs of the week was the "At Home"
at the Kllofiana club on Wednesday
afternoon. A musical and literary
program was rendered and -Jelicioas
refreshments were served.,- .
Mrs; E. M. Taylor Entertains Easterh
. The memoers of the Eastern Star
were entertained at a whist party last
evening at the Nuuanu valley home of
Mrs. E. M. Taylor. The lanai where
H a miAofo nln t t f o rr1 o urn o A nrr iq
ed with baskets of etkhorn ferns, pot
ted geraniums and poinsettias. Amer
ican and British flags were arranged .
on the lanai and through the bouse, j
Saint Joseph lillies and orchid's were j
arranged in the- parlor, while huge '
I jwls of roses were ptece 1 in the d;n -
ing room, inmch was served by Miss
Kiorence RaTou an 1 Mr. Thurston
Taylor. Mrs T.olor was assisted bv
j her cousin. Miss (lieta Shaw. The
lau.es prize, a silver mesh has. was
1 Riven to Miss Macaulay, and Mr. C. F.
' .lerrill received the gentleman's
prize, an cllihorn handled ' mirror.
Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence t'rabbe. Mr .
and Mrs. II. H. Williams. Mr. and'
Mrs. C. F. Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob- i
son'. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs.
Webster, Mr. and Mr?. Keedy. Mr. and
(Mrs. W. R. Riky. Mrs. Tom Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Verbacb. Mrs. Anna
Wright. Mrs. M. Alice Miller, grr.rd
worthy matron of the grand chapter
of O. E. S., now vi?iting chapters in
Hawail; Mt Macaiilnv. Mr. and Mrs
SImonton, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bick:ie!l.
r. pud Mrg. Fra7e Mrs K Porter
Mrs. I B. Lvans. ilr .ami Mrs. Qweu
Williams, Mrs. Stewart Smith. Mrs
Perry, Mrs. Hotfmaa, Idiss Lishman.
Miss Tinker, Mrs. Stephens. Or. and
Mrs.Moore, Miss Bowles. Mr. and
Mr. . A.,Q. Marcillano, Mrs. Martin, j
Mrs.eihurn. Miss toeluth, Mr. A.
J. .Cottrell,' Mr. Burns. Mr. and Mrs.
James. McLean, Florence Ballou. hest.
MrS,J8ernian Focko entertained at
a prettily appointed dinner on Tmirc
iiwvtning. ia cppjpliment to Miss
Wkrd.l Covers .vere laid for Miss
Wanfc.Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilder, Mr.
and Mrs. George Davies, Mis Cor
delia Walker, Aiiss Beatrice Castlo.
Mr. Ti M. liach, . Mr. Sam Walker,
Mr. George l urr pnd otucrB.
Irs. E. Faxoa Bishop cnterta'ned
at dinner on Monday evening in noiiu.
of Mrs. Meier of Germany, who is
visiting her moiiier. Mrs. .Mist. .
Mrs: Clafence Cooke to
The following cards have been re
ceived by Honolulu society folk:
Mrs. F. J. Patterson,
Miss Gertrude Jones,
Mrs. Clarence Hyde Cooke
Friday, January twenty-fourth,
Four to Stx.
Former Honolulu Girl Married
News has reached Honolulu of tii
marriage of Miss Kathryn Stevens
and Lieutenant John Kajkley Rhodes,
U. S. N. Th$ wedding was solemn
ized at the honie of Colonel and Mrs.
Lincoln Karmany, II. .S. M. C , of N'-'r-folk,
- The Ubrarywheije.the weddias cere
mo'ny was performeci was beautifully
decorated with pHtsbaJly aiui pohi
ettias. Thebri3ego''wnt?d fn n Crea
tion; of: brocaded white niarquisette
over channense caTrying' a shower1 Tf
orchids and lilies-of-tiie-valley, entered
the.' room with her uncle. Capvain
Arthur T. Marix. Reverend C. E. Don
ahue ol St.' Paul's Catholic churcn
officiated. " '
Mrs. .'Robert Eutstis Hoyt actM as
matron-of-honor aid MrsJRobert Pnnn
of Newport,' hod!' island, stood with
Lieutenant Rhodes) i. . . .- : f
-Mrs. Rhodes, is niece .of .Captain
and Mrs. Arthur Marix Li. .S. M,
who were in Honolulu some Unto
ago. As Miss Stevens, she ' was
one of the beilesof the service js.st
and left many close friends in tins
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith
Mr. and MrsV)Kirby Smith enter
tained at., a prettify -appointed dinner
Oh Thursday evening at the Courtland.
The color scheme, for the table decora
tions was pink and was carried out
with American beauty rosrs. Covers
were laid for fourteen including Mr.
and Mrs H. K. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Sheedy, i:;ss Bloch, Lieutenant
and Mrs, Lem Stevens, Miss Mary
Alexander, Captain and Mrs. Cutts,
Mr. Harry Cobb, Mr. Caroethers and
the host and hostess.
Admiral and Mrs. Cowles
Major and Mrs. Edward J. Timber
take entertained at an elaborately ap-
pointed dinner last evening at their
quarters at Fort Ruger with Admiral flower girl, and the father gave the
and Mrs. -Walter C. Cowles as the bride away. Dr. Louis A. Sabey play
guests of honor. The table .center led the wedding march. The ring cer
piece was a silver basket filled wlthiemony was used bv the officiating
dainty, pink roses and draped with
pink tulle. Pink shaded candles.
set in" silver candle sticks, cast a softjststed by Rv. Rowland P. Dodge of
glow over the cloth. Tiny birds j Wailuku. After the ceremony the
perched On glasses carried in theirleouple went to Wailuku for a short
hills tlie rards markine the olace of . honeymoon. Thev will reside at the
were laid for
tripntls qncl natrons
rVrt le Ki:y The prizes w. i
j taken b Mrs. Kirby Smith and :!
Among thot-'e present v err-'
' rs ' Neville. Mrs
('. Neville. Mrs. Cheat:i
-"rss- Cults. Mrs. Stayton. Mr
mond. Mrs. (leorge K. Turner. M.
herald Johnson. Mrs. Kirby Sr.iHii.
- - 1 Harold 1'iatt and the host"--.
MKs lw:;Uni Wilder Ktitert;?inv.
Mifs IwaLuii Kipky entertain- I i
i informal frewins ti yesterday ai
i ternxn at hrr horn at Kainnl .
j Among those present vere Mrs. Fr.i i'
j leghorn (Joel Scoby). Mitj (tertn: K?
j Hrown. Miss Alice Brown. Mi;3
! cinia filler. M if s Helen Wateon. Mir.
, v atson. Mrs. Charles Heifer. Mips
I A'leen Nott, Mrs. Arthur Linnema-iTt.
Mrs. Henry (5inac. Mrs-. Sam '"f.'
Miss Wisnrr. Mrs. Frank Bachelor and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kingsbury
Judge and Mrs. William 1.. Wlnlney
entertained at an informal dinner If.st
evening for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ki:,.i:.--bury
of lx)s Angeles. Covers wt-re
laid for eight. After dinner the hcrt
and hostess, with their guests, niotcrj
ed to the dance given by Miss Ha rrs.
Hatch for Miss Alice C7ke and Miss
Th Outdoor Circle to Meet
There will be a open meeting of
the Outdoor Circle of the Kilohana
Club on Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Frederick J. lowrey on
Victoria and' Lunalilo streets. The
plans for the coming year will be dis
cussed. This past year the circle has
accomplish a gocd bit of work and
the members plan to do even more i
Member of the Oahu Country
Club to Entertain I
One of the largest functions of the :
"oming week -will bs the dinner and
dance at the Oahu Country Club given
1 by the members. The affair wiil take
place next Wednesday and will be
similar to the affair given at the clubj
some montos ago though there are
fewer invitations issued.
Song Recital for Epiphany Guild
of KmuH .
On Friday evening. January 31, Mrs.
F. G. Williams, asbisted ry Mrs. A.
B. Ingalls, will give a song recital
in the parlors of the Alexander
Young Hoter for the benefit of the
Epiphany Guild of Kaimuki.
For Dr. Pillsbury
Professor arid Mrs. William Alan-
pon Bryan have cards out for an "At
Home" on Thursday - afternoon. Janu
ary 23, from fourto six to meet Dr.
Henry A. Pillsbury of Philadelphia.
Dr. Pilh-bury is -mited scientist now
in Hawaii on -"r fi"'rt work. .
The M I ssee Kopke; to Entertain
Miss Bertha" Kopke -.C arid . Miss
Esther Kopke have invitations out for
a dance to be givejx. next Friday even-y
ine in honor of their-housecuesL Miss ;
MafarTaner-r -ii-i5vA-ii. - --. -
Mrs. J. P. Cooke to Entertain , :
Mrs. J. P.. Cooke is entertaining, at
the Countrr Club- next Friday after
noon for her sister, Mrs. Bajdwln. '
Saturday Evening Bridge Club
Lieutenant and Mrs. Humbert will
Club at the oniarters this evening.
Prettv Weddin? at Pain.
r Special Star-Buiiciin Correspondence
WAILUKU. Maui, Jan. 17 A pretty,
wedding took place at the home of Mr. ;
and Mrs. Edward B. Carley in Paia
last Saturday at 2 o'clock, when their i
eldest daughter, Addie Augusta Car
ley was united in marriage to Charles'
P. L Ludin, who is in charge of the
e!ectrical department of the M;.ui Ag-;
ricultural Company's mill. Tiie bride
and groom stood under the pretty
bower built in the parlor of tho Car
ley home. The other decorations
were beautiful. Only the inlimate
Ifriends of the young couple were pres
ent. Prettv little Miss Carlev was
minister, Rev. A. Craig Bowdish, pas
tor of the Paia church, who was as
Carley home in Paia. Delicious re
freshments were served the guests af-
tor thmr p-ftnerous
!The Service Bridge Club '
The Service Hnd? flub was t!-!
i tertainfd on Wednesday by Vrs j
e Misat-s Ft r nan-
Shiel McEldowney Engagement.
Annotn.i ?meut was m ule in So
knrto. Wash., on Jan " nt th" i-ngagf-ni'-nt
of M.ss Alice Sh o". a er el!
kr.own and poiuUr pirl o! that citv.
and Mr. (Jco.se A. McKldonev of
this city. Ke-ent l'ajn rs Horn -kane
bnrg news vf a nin:lei nt af
fairs iveti in honor ( f t ir iiiuv.;
cotile. Mi'-'a Shi I is inommnt in
northwest stH-iet'. Mr. M-Kldowney
has nid his home here lo.- m-re
than a year. Ik ;s t lro;ae. of ll. ii.
McKI .a nt y.
The S;o..tro " '.1 J
cculaiRs t..e ullovin-
Mr. an! M:s Cro;ge S'.r.rl of 2I'
Ash idrtrt leday annouiin',! i!ie en
pnorvi-nt of thtir dTu-;:ifer. Miss
A 'ice Shir I. und Grorr.c A. M:K'dov
ncy ch ITor.oIul 1.
Miss S:iiel is well ,j;o'.vn in ku tl
society eirc-lcs. She itrt-ived her
eaily education in Portland.
Mr. McEldowney, formerly resided
in this city. He was with the Wash
ington Water Power company and
some time aso went to Honolulu,
where he engaged, in business.
Miss T-.ieanor Henderson preside!
at a pretty affair Wednesday evening
when she entertained at l'ridge at her
home, Kir04 Dalton avenue. The af
fair was in honor of Miss Alice Shiel.
The house was decorated prettily
w itb poinsettias. mistletoe and holly.
The score card3 were hand-sketched
cartoons, representing characteristic
features of each guest's vocation.
Miss Olga McLeod and Miss Beth
Cornell assisted the hostess. ' Honors
at cartls went to Mrs.' Carl Klpp and
Dr. G. R. Heap.
Those present were: Mr. ani Mrs.
C. T. Klpp. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Reed,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hoover. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Henderson, Mls3 Alice
Shiel. Miss Edna Byrd. Mtss Olga Mc
Leod, Miss Hazel Mcleod. Miss "Em
ma Kipp, Miss Elizabeth Gregg, Miss
Helen Neill, Miss Blanche Suing, Miss
Gladys Nickum, Miss Beth Cornell,
Miss Jessie Anderson, Miss Louise
Fisher, Aiiss. Frances Carroll, George
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'Olds. Claris Schwabe. A. M. Johnson.
Hubert Sjing and Miss Henderson.
College Club Meeting.
A hundred people gathered at the
Colonial Tuesday afternotut to at
! tend tne oieu meeting of the Co!le$e
' Club. An Informal program was ren-
dered by some of the elul) members.
1 Miss IVan sans two very pretty
j solos. Mrs Chester Hur.n .m! two
f !rs. Frear's songs, and Mrs. Fre:ir
, iea "Hevond I'oliba'e." a nw poem
h c't s'le has wrifte j tec-rtly. Mrs.
strrve't tr:u!eird a very pHMns;
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lets were icndi r?frr?Unnrnta
, were served anJ tne remain ter ('(
I tho aftrrncoa was devoted' to coavcr
; Mrs. Charles H. AMerton Entertains.
t Mrs. Charles 11. Athctton enter
1 tainej at a bridge party Tutdav
afternoon at her home on kn street.
iUC KUtSIB Ul UUIId! WtIV
Straight and Mr. Harris, who arc vis
iting Honolulu from Cleveland, Ohio.
i Mrs. If arris and Mrs. Straight are
gtests at -the Hawaiian hotel.
General and Mrs. M. M. Macomb
wl'l return to Honolulu in February.
I WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 2.
I The Fort Myer hop. the first of the
winters formal series, was a great
fuccesF. The pest - hop ipotn was
gayrydecorated with green garlands
and flags, and the 15th Cavalry Band
i played. Mrs. Leonard Wood' and Mrs.
! Joseph Garrard, wife' of th '' com-
! mandanfe of -the post, received '.Capt.
" Eltinge making the' lntradttctIon.Tne
members of the hop committee were
Miss Valerie Garrard Mx.- Oeorge S.
Patton and MaJ.' Joh.n H. Allen1 ,
Gen. and' Mrs, Wood had .young
company dining with them before the
dance and Lieu t' CoV. and MrtVlohn
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They Run So
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