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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916.
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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, March 4.
Lieut, and Mrs. Walter Graecen
were hosts at supper on Tuesday
evening entertaining in their quarters
in the 1st Infantry pos't in a delight
ful manner. Various small tables at
tractively decorated In yellow were
placed around the living and dining
rooms, and the guests were seated at
these In small parties. Later the even
ing was brought to an enjoyable close
in the pavilion at the top. Those invit
ed to share this hospitable occasion
were General and Mrs. Strong, Major
and Mrs. Lewis Sorley, Captain and
Mrs. George Kunipe, Captain and Mrs.
John Jordan, Captain and Airs. Ed
ward Carey, UeuL and Mrs. John Bur
nett, Lieut, -and Mrs. Thomas Lowe.
Lieut and Mrs. Fred Pitt. Lieut and
Mrs. Joseph Daly, Lieut, and Mrs.
. Byard 8need,' Lieut and Mrs. John
Reardan, Lieut and Mrs. "Baxter. Ueut
and Mrs. Charles Rice. Lieut and Mrs.
Rockwood,' Mrs. ' Henry Lantry, Mrs.
Charles BcnestesL Misses Mary Bone
teel and Victoria Pick. Lieuts. Robert
Snow, Otis Sadtler. John Smith, Roy
Jones and John Simmons. . -
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Among the pleasant memories of
Schofleld that Mrs. John Hunt will
take with her will be the recollection
of the several tennis, tournaments the
has plycd;,inti and especially in ,the
one, each .year held lor! the: Scbcield.
cup. This was participated in "by
many ladies cf the garrison, and after
Interesting contests -was won , each
year by Mrs. Hunt herself. The cup
was -given 'by Mrs. Seth Cook's fath
cr. Colonel-.Harry O. Cavenaugh, re
tired, who visited his daughter here
three years ago. The cup to become
the permanent property of " the pin
ner must have been won three years
in succession, and in the last tourna
ment which was recently played on
' the 25th Infantry , courts, Airs. Hunt
: for the last time defended her rights
to the championship, and to the de-
light of her many friends proved; the
final victor, winnJne nor1 keeps the
attractive cup, a pleaiinr trophy "and
', effective reminder of Schofleld Bar-
' racks. ' . .
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Mrs. John Hunt of e 25th Infantry
garrison was .the-sguestiof bc-nor si
- the- luncheon .given' by Mrs. 'Charles
Willard on Thursday. Captain and
Mrs' Ilcnt ; are,, to leave Schofleld on
the next transport Captain Hunt hav
ing be ea ordered to a horns station.
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knd this affair was by way of a fare
well to one of the most popular mem
bers of the garrison. Two 3large ta
bles were used t which the delicious
luncheon was served. -Gilded baskets
filled with red African daisies being
used for 1 the predominating decora,
tloa TW guests were Mesdames John
Hurt Samuel L. Faison, Gay Palmer,
Miss Palmer, nIU chard Hunt, Living
ston Watrous." George Harrison,; Am e
rlcus . Mitchell. WUliam Mapes, Wil
liam Canoe. David Stone, , Vernon
Caldwell, Clyde Cnnma, Trank Keefer
and Frank 'Albright ,
On . Wednesday -afternoon, a double
birthday party was given hy little Jane
and Charles Bice, Jr, celebrating, their
third and sixth birthdays respectively.
The stoall guests who were Invited to
share this festive occasion were the
younger members of the 1st Infantry
garrison,-Including Charles Boaesteel,
Barbara Lowe, Elizabeth and Nancy
Sorley, Katherine Greacen, Margaret
Hartnett Dickie Janda, Frank Crusan,
Jane Duenner, Robert Sears, George
and Edward Kumpe nd ittle Ah
Soon. Two birthday-cakes were en
oyed, placed at either 'end of ttte long
table, which .were cut by the little
hosts. 'Attractive decorations of pink
made the table a fascinating, sight for
the guests,' who after playing games
enjoyed to the utmost the many good
ies of the "party" itself. s
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The transport which will sail next
week for the coast will take from the
f arrison. Captain and " Mrs. Arthur
Casals of the 1st Field Artillery, Cap
tain and Mrs. John Hunt of the 25th
Infantry, Mrs. John Jordan, who goes
home on a visit Lieut, and. Mrs. Seth
Schofleld, who will returnon the next
transport, - Lient and Mrs.; "Wallace
Hall, and Captain and -ffirs. Araericus
Mitchell, who go on a short leave, also
ilrs. Cjrl Ballinger, who will visit on
(he coast. -? ' .". . -
Colonel and Mrs. Frank Keefer gave
a dinner on Wednesday ynitng :in
honor of Ueut and Mrs. Charles Daly.
Invited to meet them were Colonel
and Mrs. George Bailey, , "Chaplain
Fealy and . Mrs. Ellen Jordan. The
dinner table.' was decorated in an ef
fective manner with red t .Transvaal
daisies. , Later the party, attended the
hop in the Mounted Service .Club.V '
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Ueut and Mts. Charles Wyman en
tertained at dinner cn Thursday even
ing . for eight Including Captain and
Mrs Americus, Mitchell, Lieut, and
Mrs.' Carl Ballinger and , Lieut and
Mrs. Carl Truesdaie. Yellow shaded
candles lighted the board, on which
is centerpiece was placed a low bowl
of effectively arranged nastnttlams. -
. The jnany. friends f roionel "and
Mrs. Waldo, Ayer will be glad to hear
of Colonel Ayer's improved condition,
Col. Ayer. was taken to Shatter to the
departmentt-hospltal some weeks ago
seriously 111, but has progressed fav
orably under treatment, and it is
hoped that it will not be. long before
he will , be back in ..the; garrison.
' Mrs. George G Bailey waa a delight
ful hostess on Thursday - afternoon
when the musical .people.. of the gar-
nson assemDiea at tae Eaiiey quarters
and enjoyed a program of interesting
selections; Present .were Mesdames
Elvid Hunt, Walter Greacen, WlIKata
Aiken. Clyde Crusan, Charles Lloyd,
w. E. Shedd and David Stone. r,
. tfaptaln and Mrs. Edward Carey en
tertained at dinner on Saturday even
ing for Major anLMrs. Francis Lacey,
m ajor ana Mrs. rank Albright, ilrs.
Crandall Mar Charles Tayman and
Captain and Mrsv George Kumpe.
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On Wednesday - iifteTnoon,' Mrs.
The Chinese, we understand, regard
the purchase of jewelry as an in
nATrovPT ' oro Tint J n iatip '
.a practise of pnrchasing:" 'diaiiioiKl
. in various settings, as a way to get
pleasure in wearing them at the .
"same time that they are investing
the money, for the price of dia-;
monds is constantly advancing.
Our diamonds are all .'of i highest '
quality and the settings of great
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I A. S. Confiuigluun; Mr. J .
Fort Street at Hotel
George Harrison gave a lovely live
o'clock tea in honor of Mrs. John
Hunt to which all. the ladies Of the
25th Infantry post were invited.
. Thursday morning the Ladies' Reed
ing and Current Events Club met with
Mrs. Charles Lloyd, Mrs. Edward
Carey giving the news of the week.
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Mrs. Clarence R. Day was a hoetem
on Friday, when She entertained for
twenty at -luncheon.
t FT. SH AFTER SOCIETY
FORT SHAFTR. March 4. The
Tat wpV bng ben a verv ray on
frr FVft Shatter, with Bfme sort of so
efal affsfr each 4r ' besides the nvn
lr meetne; of tfce csrd ctnb and the
sewinr ehab. One of the larrest aft
ernoon 'card parties was that eiven
by Mrs. Frederick F. Black on Thurs
day afternoon, when she entertained
at a bridge-tea in her home In the
cantonment Four tables of bridge
were oia yed and the prises were" won
by illss Chase,. who received , the
first; Mrs. Raymond Wheeler the sec
ond,, and Mrs. Paul B. : M alone, who
was jTresepted with the consolption.
vvPink ,and ; green was v the color
seheme used, jy JHrs. Black anl .bowls
of aweet ras, Jbejronfa and maiden
hair fern. were ; placed through. 11 the
roows, while n attrwctJve erranee
mert of the. same flowers formed the
centerpfece of the tea tJhle, v Am.onsr
those playlTJ z bridge were ?.Tr. Paul
B. Walcne. Mrs. Clyde R. Abrabnm,
Mrs. Robert Caldcr, Miss Chase, Mrs.
Matt!s. " .Mrs,. Llnyd Fredendall.". .3trs .
D. T. Creene. Mrs. Ralph Holllday, Mrs.
Martin. Mrs. Alfred Rockirood. Mrs.
John S. Sullivan, Mrs. Ra-mon3 Whee
ler. Mrs. Jack Hayes, Mrs. Massee,
Mrs. Claire .Hennett and Sirs. Paul R.
ManchestPr. while thotft coming in
later for tea were Mrs.
Crystal, Mrs. George ITaHoran, Mrs.
Mlckman. Mrs. Robert P. Howell. Jr.
Mrs. P!ack.was tissfsted hy Miss Cath
erine T.enihan. 'MIss 'Fniraeth "Rrsen
bstrm and Mlss -DorothyJIarkeri ; while
Mrs, Hickman 'served the ice and
Mrs. Raymend - Wheeler poured ceffee.
' Mr8.Thotuas J. ,famp entcrtaine3 f
at lea from 4'UEtil C oclo:k Tuesday
in honor of her mother, Madame Mat -
tis..and her si.ter. Mrs. George Mat-
fi f rhamn,.w 111 a '.ir-t'Uen a amount 01 reeeiving m
cf rmtch f.Mver fllVd with pink roses TJ- V . ,Sin. T h
adorned the centen of the tea table Tuesday., t&fe;ueath of Mrs. : Pear
and Mrs. Cami-was assisted "br 'Miss I soj1 srotner .y- . ? ..
ran. who vottred fpa, and-MrSACorge
H. ' .Tamersdtt, , who. g?rved tho fees.
Among these who. called dur"rig. the
afternoon were Mm. .Walt&r H.' Chat
field, . Mrs ,Tupper. Mrs., .Hartshorn,
Mn.JB!acik. Mrt. R.' W Atkinson,
Mm. Tlrde Abraham. Mrs. M. J. Lenl
hn. Mra. William B. Cochran. Mrs.
Robert Lyon. Mrs. John B. Rtchard
on. Miss Hill, -Mrs. Rohert Calder,
Miss Chase, . Miss Catherine Lenihan.
Madame Randolph, Mm. WitielL Mrs.
Theodore Martin, Mrs. , Doughaas T.
Greene, "Mrs. R." A. .Wheeler.-: Mrs.
jReinOre, rM:J Winiatn Rese 8cott,
Miss Bonnie Scott, Mrs. John S, Sul
JiTan, Mrs. Ralph Honiday, Mrs. Hal
Ioran. Mrs. Rockwood, Mrs. Barker
mnd others. - -; jr. :
Another large card partf In the can
tonment on the jame day Was that at
whteh ;Cpt, and ' Mrs dward .Hart-I
shorn .entertained on 'Thursday eren
lns. Three tables of bridge and one
ptr 500 were splayed. rAzfiong those
playing bridge. ;were Madame Ran
4olph, Col. t and Mrs.' Atkinson, ; Mr.
Bayard Randolph, Capt and. Mrs. Wfl
liain JB.. Cochran., Capt. and Mrs. A3
den ,C. KnowJes, Mrs. M. J. Lenihan,
Lietit 'nd Mrs. Claire . Bennett and
weut nd Mrs. P, r. Black. Lieut J
nnavJirs. wacic won the first prize.
Mrs. Black's .being a ; fine Canton
bowl .nnd Lieut: Black's & card case:
Mrs. M. J. Lenihan having the lowest
score,, won the consolation, two dozen
hand painted place cards. Those play
ing 500-were Col. .and Mrs. Walter
Chatfield, Mrs. Tapper ..and .Madame
Randolph. Mrs. Chatfield having the
highest score at this table, won the
attractive prize. ' -
Mrs. Ralph Holllday was hostess on
Ladies' Night at the 2d Infantry Club
last Monday evening. It being the
first meeting in two weeks, the 3iib
having postponed during Carnival
week, quite a large number of bridge
enthusfasts were present Six tables 1
of bridge were : played and Ueutl
Dopglas T. Creene having the highest ' '
score won, the prize an attractUe
picture. Among those playing cards J
were Maj. and Mrs. -.William 11. Dash-
lei!,- "Mrs. Peare'cn, Madame Cochran, j
Ueut. and Mrs. Clyde R. Abraham.!
Lieut and Mrs, Raymond A. iWheeler, !
1 Pt -and Mrs. WUliam B. Coehraa.
Capt and Mrs. lack Hayes, Lieut and
Mrs. John . Richarcson, Mrs. Tupper,
CoL and Mrs. Walter H. Chatfield,
Lieut Joseph McAndrews' Mrs, Wit-
sell, Ueut ; and . Mrs. Douglass T.
Greene. Lieut. anA tru. A. TtaHrwAuf
jCapt. and Mrs Peck, Ueut Holllday
and others. - ,
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Mrs. Jobn B. Richardson entertain
ed. t luncheon on Thursday at her
home In the cantonment Mrs. Rich
ardson used pink and green as her
color scheme and a large bowl of pink
snap dragons and asters formed the
centerpiece of the table and the 6ame
colors appeared In the dainty hand
fa!nted place t cards which marked
tachj gtrest's place. Covers were plac
ed for eight iind Mrs. :' Richardson's
guests included Mrs. M J,r -Lenihan.
Mrs. B. J. -Edgar, Mr3. Procaway. Mm. !
U. v, Atkinson, Mrs. William B. Cccb
ran, Mrs, Oeorge Plalloran ;and Mrs.
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; Mrs. William R. Dashlell was host
ess at an Informal bridge last Mon-
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djy afternoon at her quarters In the
main ..garrison.. To tables cf cards
were playt-.l and.,tlve attractive prizes
were '"w vy l' Mr8, (itso and Mailame
Qot bran, Mrs. DasliieUs' othr guests
were Mrs. Wihism TJ. ' Cochran, .'Ma
dame' Handoljjh. Mrs. IL W. Atkinson,
Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Witsell.
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Mrs. Clyde If. Abraham enterUmeu
infornially at bridgp ou; Wednesday
aiternoon. at her "heme in the canton
-meat in honor of the ,M"iajses- Coste.
Two tables. of cards '.were.-playeU.-and
Mrs. Abrahams' otlier guests wore
Mrs. George Mattis, Mrs. Alfred Roek
wood.Mre. Flymond Wheeler, Mrs.'
Thomas , J. X'awi' and Mrs. John Ti.
Illchardson. '- y C.
Vx,- wAiK, ",n.:,'.iiir
T. m.1US Ji i ' T T l
1 a Srsb n have canceled.-.all
' tbir rc:l engagements ...tor,
-Capt-' .Paul'V IJ. Malone, and Lieut.
Paul B. Mahchester haye been eonfin-
ed- t'vS'thiftt1 enafcters 'for tcer. past; few
weeks win 'attack of la grippe, v. ;
k Col. and;, Mrs. jWalter H Chatfield
and. Mrs, ,Tunper have resumed their
at homes and will be at home as usu
al on Saturday .evening. '.;' ; ';
. . The Pest, Sewing Club met on Wed
nesday afternoon at the quarters of
Mrs. Theodore Martin In the bachelor
building qfLhe .main garrison. ,,
Mrs.' F, F. Black has Issued Invita
tions for a bridge Saturday afternoon
at her hbme in the cantonment
Easy Matter ' to "Exterminate These
y- Filthy Pests. ;;'.
Even a. feeble Imagination can think
of the . germs Thecoclcroach must bring
ai it icnwls around-the kitchen and
pantry, contaminating and spoiling
food Now a the time to kin off the
cockroaches and free your home from
the repulsive Insects. A dozen cock
roaches killed now Is better than kill
ing hundreds later.?
tA twokrance box of Stearns Electric
Paste; which you can get for 2S cents
from any druggist will rid your home
of cockroaches or water bugs. It is
much, better than powders, as It can
not blow, away and get' into the food.
Kasy to'useand an absolute ex term i
na tor. ' Directions In 15 languages in
every package. Adv. . .
: The . famous old money tree near
Shepherdstown, ' W. Va has been de
stroyed by; a : storm. . For seven or
eight years, the tree sheltered 165,000
which had" been "oncealed between
the roots by an . army paymaster dur-
1n the Civil War.
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for the year to end March 3t Is expect-" as
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