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HONOLULU STAB-BUIXETIN, SATURDAY; MARCH IS, 101G.
COMINGS AND GOINGS
: OF THE SMART SET
. Miss Jean ilead left also with the
Miss McCue is visiting at Schofield
Tiarracks as the guest of Airs. Duen
Mrs. Oscar 1'hllllpt is going to
entertain at luncheon on Tuesday of
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Alifs Mabel-Carter and Mr. Frank
Benson are to be married the latter
part t)f next week.'
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General and THrs. John P. Wisser
hare invitations out for a dinner on
Tuesday evening of next week.
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Mrs. Frederick Phlsterer enter
tained at a swimnAng party and sup
per on Tuesday evening of this week.
Mr?' C. H. Sthill and his charming
daughter are guests of the Macdonald
Hotel. They are here on a visit and
. came from New Zealand.
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Mr. E. Nelson of Minneapolis Is a
guest of the Macdonald and is thor
oughly enjoying his, visit to the Isles
of peace. '.. -
':". Mral Harry Lewis was hostess at a
large pot luncheon held on Monday at
the 1 a noa mountain house of the
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, Miss Krusi and Miss Stielz are
t wo . young ladles who are on their
first visit to Honolulu and are guests
at the Young hotel.
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Judge and Mrs. Henry E, Cooper
ate leaving next jveek for visit to
the east coast,, where they: will be
with their three daughters.
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.Mr. Courtland Palmer and his
' friend. Mr. Sherwood. leave here on
the 20th for a visit to the Orient
They plan to be back here about the
first' week in June.
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.Mr.'and Mrs. Mason F. Prosser are
leaving Honolulu for the Orient on
April 6. The Prossers plan to be
gone about three months.
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, Mr." William Phillip, who left here
to Jora. the colors, is a member of the
aviation corns. - and finds his work
both Interesting am exciting.
Mrs. Dora Ahlborn has invitations
out; Tor a .bridge. luncheon at the
Country Club,' on Tuesday of next
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iTisa .TTftiftn-ivw left on the Great
' Northern on Thursday "' evening for
San Francisco to enter Heald's Busi
ness College. - .
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.i. .Mrs. Donald Ross was. an outgoing
passenger on the Great Northern on
Thursday evening, 'Mrs. Ross expects
. to be gone for -ihree months.
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Mr. -and Mrr U A. Thurston left on
the G reat Norf bWrn on Thursday even
; 4fig lor & bri't trip they, plan to be
gone about sL. veeks.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barnes left
on the Great Northern for a long trip.
Mrs. Barnes plans to be gone for six
months. Mr. Barnes will ' return In
about three months.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Castle have
Invited a company of friends to spend
the coming Sunday with them at The
Dunes. A delightful time is antici
Mr. and Mrs. Jack London are hav
ing a company of friends share Sun
day night dinner with them. It is a
weekly custom with this talented con-
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ahd Mrs. Mayo of Rochester,
. Minn, were the guests of Mr. and
In Hawaiian Goods
This store carries a ' large:
stock of things typically and
Other Articles of Koa,
- . Hawaiian Jewelry,
; ; .; ' Souvenir Spoons,
(jc.hl Medal Ukuleles
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A. S. Gonninghain, Mgr.
Hotel at Fort St.
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''3Ir8.Trancl.;Hinkl'e):WIfe of the commanding officer of Fort Arm
elrohg. She la shortly to. leave for' her husWand's-new peat at the Presidio,"
San' Francisco. '!' '" . .
Mrs. W. R. Castie rorta motor ride
In and about the city on "Wednesday
afternoon. ir . i
Mr. and Mrs. Jack: Hawes are pleas
antly domiciled In princess "Kawanana-
Jros ; home on .Pensacola.: street.
where they, will ;be at home to their
large 'numbeT of friends. . : ;
Mr, Robert W. Shingle has gone1 to
San - Francisco to meet Mrs. Shingle,
who was hurriedly called to Washing
ton on account of the serious illness
of her sister, Princess Kawanana
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Miss McDuffy and Miss Smith are
visitor! from the mainland, who are
enjoying shimming, golfing and horse
back riding here. They are now guests
at Haleiwa Hotel. .
The Hfhd girls, who - have : been in
town for a fortnight A8; the guests of
Miss Laura Low, left for .their Hawaii
heme on Thursday. Miss Low has
gone with them on a short visit
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Mrs. Darius Millet and 'Mr.'. and Mrs.
Rawson ot Chicago, who jiaye been
here for several months, left on the
Great Northern for their homes. They
are very popular and are ,. coming
again next winter. , - V
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Mr. Kossuth Marks of Chicago and
his sister, Mrs. Glares Morgan ot the
same city, are guests ot, the: Macdon
ald. They brought many letters- to
Hawaii and are enjoying their visit
here; .' V-. '' '-:'';
Mr. David Anderson has been heard
from. He is still at the center-of war
activities and reports hilmelf well and
happy. Mr. Anderson was always a
great favorite here and his many
friends are glad to hear from him.
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Capt and Jirs. Francis M. Hinkle,
C. A. C, who have ben stationed on
the Island for the past three years,
leave on the April transport for their
new post at the Presidio of San Fran
cisco, at Fort Winfield Scott station.
Miss Elizabeth Carpenter and her
sister, Jliss Laura Carpenter, left Ho
nolulu on Thursday night on the Great
Northern, after a three months- visit
They were most popular and made
friends very place they went .
Miss Katherine Garnet, who has
been on the island ' of Hawaii since
November as the guest of the Hurds,
left for her mainland home this week.
Her visit was a pleasant one and a
continued round of gaiety kept this
popular girl very busy. : ;
The dinner-dance at. the Haleiwa
thi3 evening is attracting a large
crowd to this every popular hotel.
Manager and Mrs. Clifford Kimball are
popular and the evening drive should
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Mrs. Helen Noonan Is In San Fran
cisco, where she has taken an apart
ment for the coming three months,
when she will be Joined by Mrs. Wil
helmina Tenney and Mr. Vernon Ten
ney, who will return here for the sum
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Miss Eva Kelly of Pasadena, CaU
is a guest at the Moana and will be
here for a month. Miss ' Kelly Is ; a
sister of Mrs. Charles Perkins so well
known to many here. She is a friend
of Dr. and Mrs. Charles ts. Copper and
the Arthur Browns.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis are
guests at the Young hotel, . enjoying
and renewing friendships. This pop
ular couple make always a very wel
come addition to lionolulu society.
Mrs. Lewis is one of the most charm
ing of women and it is a pleasure to
welcome them home again. .
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Mrs. Mabel Wing Castle and Miss
Eleanor Castle were departing pas
sengers on the Great Northern after
a, delightful three months spent "at
home." M rs. Castle and. her charming
daughter will be here a year from
now to live permanently at their Pa
cific Heights home.
Dr. and Mrs. Humphtis, who have
such a large circle of friends in Ho-
J'nolulu from some years of residence
here, are now' at Cairo, Egypt. The
doctor has charge of one of the large
hospitals there, while Mrs. Humph
ris, like many capable women in Eu
rope today, is doini? her part by car
ing for the sick and wounded.
Mr. J. Jorgensen invited Mr. ati:
Mrs. Jack IxBdon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Thompson, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. High.
Miss Edith Williams and Mr. A. L C.
Atkinson for a. day at the new Waia
hole tunnel this week. It was a very
delightful as well as instructive day.
After luncheon the party motored
back to Honolulu.
Dr. and Mrs. Gideon McD. Van
Poole and Miss Brinkley were the
guests of honor, at a most charming
dancing party this week given by
Mkw Edith Williams. The night was
a delight to the dancers, it being won
derfully cool and pleasant. Toward
midnight refreshments were served.
About 75 friends came to do honor
to Miss Williams' guests.
The Tyrrells, who have had a suc
cessful engagement in ballroom and
fancy dancing at the rathskeller and
Young hotel roof garden, are giving
their services at the tea-dansant this
afternoon to aid the war sufferers. On
Tuesday the Tyrrells make their last
appearance atthe Young and a new
set of entertainers will be there on
Mrs. Parrott ami her daushtpr. Mrs.
McCommas Of California, are here on!
a visit. Mrs. Par?olt belongs to the
ramous family of that name. The
Parrotts were among the verv first
settlers In the Golden West and help
ed in no small way to make San Fran
cisco tne ramous city It Is.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gorman, bro
ther and sister of Mrs. Hueh McCor-
riston. and uncle and aunt of Mrs.
John Lucas, will leave on Wednesday
for their, home in Davenport Iowa,
arter two months spent touring the
"Isles cf Peace." Thev are charmed
with'.Honolulu and hope to return in
tne not too distant future.
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Mrs. Helen G. Noonan. one of the
leaders of the Country Club of Hono-
iuju ana a rrequent visitor to the con
tinental part of the United States.
registered yesterday at the Palace,
Mrs.' Noonan will visit friends at Los
Angeles and relatives In the East be
fore returning home. Attorney Dol
phin M. Delmas, registering from San
ta Monica, and R. F. Posey, a mining'
man of Westwood, CoJ., were among
yesterday guests at the Palace.
San Francisco Chronicle. r
.Mrs. Meynihan and her two daugh
tersj Mlsr-Mary and Miss Josephine,
were departing4 passengers on ..the
Great 'Northern'"6k Thursday; evening,
after- a delightful visit of a month's
duration. ' They are . very loath to
leave. The ionsoling . part la they
promise themselves the pleasure of
another visit here. Ah agreeable fea
ture of their visit was the-meeting
again of Professor Jodquim Wahrell
and his charming family. Miss Moy
nihan was a pupil of Prof. Wanrell'a
for a long-time.
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Mrs.-F..E. Trotter had a few friends
in ;to spend Thursday afternoon with
hen After a delightful hour of chat
refreshments were served. Mrs. Trot
ter is almost a "Honolulu woman,"
having lived heTe several years. She
and Dr. Trotter are great favorites,
especially with the young folks. They
are always in great demand to act as
chaperones to the younger set. Mrs.
Trotter's guests were Mrs. Rogers,
who is a guest at the Pleasanton";
Mrs. Soffle, Mrs. Wllfam Munter and
Mrs. W. C. Hobdy.
Among those who were hostesses at
the Navy League dance In San Fran
cisco were: Mrs. J. Franklin Bell, wife
of .Major-General Bell; Mrs. Charles
A. Gove, wife of Rear-Admiral Gove;
Mrs. Eleanor Martin, Mrs. Frederick
Kohl, Mrs. W. T. Sesnon, Mrs. Ber
nard Sinshelmer, Mrs. Samuel Knight,
Mrs. Frank Heilm, Mrs. Squire V.
Mooney, Mrs. Jarnes Shea, Mrs. Vll
liam Hinckley Taylor, Mrs. Arthur
Dutton, Mrs. D. C. Heger, Mrs. Charles
Behlow, Mrs. Rudolph Van Norden,
Mrs. C. Carpenter, Mrs. George Pope,
Mrs. Prentiss Cobb Hale, Mrs. Charles
Fee, Mrs. Ella M. Sexton, Miss Laura
McKinstry, Mrs. 1ncent; Walsh, Mrs.
Bruce Foulkes, Mrs. Robert Taylor,
Mrs. P. E. Bowles, Mrs. Alice Freder
icks," Mrs. O. M. Safll, Mrs. Fred Per:
kins,v Mrs. Thomas Demp'sey, Mrs.
Freda Smith, Mrs. James Frier, Mrs.
A. Crofton, Mrs. V. W. Wymore, Mrs.
A. M. Heynemann, Mrs. C. T. Caddis,
Mrs. K. C. Crowley, Mrs. Francis
Wright Mrs. J. V. Moody, Mrs. Clara
Darling, Mrs. Horace P. Merrillion
The young ladies who wore nurse's
uniform of the army and navy and
who carried, into effect the leap year
ballroom courtesies were: Misses Ma
rion Black, E. Timlow, Jean Wheeler,
E. Eyre, May Sherwood, Genevieve Bo-
thin, rhyllia de Young, Hannah Ho-
bart, Dorothy Coon, Ruth Welch, Ma
rie Louise Black, Elizabeth Fee, Mar
cia Fee, Elsie Osbourne, Jean Mnr
phy, Kathlyn Farrell, Jean Farrell, P.
FottrelL Jean Fottrell, Gorda Smith,
Ethel Maroney Dorothy Allen, Ruth
Perkins and-others. .
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