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A inau may 1k more running tlian anothfT,
but not more cunning than all other. I.a
Alas! what w our hopes without our fears!
There is a' mercy ia affliction's smart.
- Rev. n. Caunter.
HONOLULU; TERRITOBY OF ILUVAII, SATURDAY, FEBBtTABY 17ri017.
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JUL: AND MRS. BENJAMIN K. PIT'
MAN "AT HOME'
A genuine greeting ot aloha was ex-.
tended to about 300 guests by Mr. and '
Mrs. Dejamin K, Pitman of Boston on
Wednesday afternoon when they were j
"at home" to every Hawaiian who
wished to come and say aloha to this
son of Hawaii and his charming wife.
Mr! and Mrs. Pitman were assisted
In the reception ot their guests by Mrs.
Mary Beckley, Miss Lucy Peabody,
Mr. W. K. Hutchinson, Mrs. Irenf
Holloway", Mrs. lid gar Henriques, Mrs,
Victor UouEton, Mrs. Henry Beckley.
Miss Irene Dickson, Miss . Beckley,
Mrs. Mary Montana Mrs. Emma Na
kuina and Mrs. Albert P. Taylor.
, Mr. E. K. Lilikalani presented the
guests to MrT and Mrs. Pitman.
V a very pleasing event of the after-
rnnn mmm nhon llftl Ucolll 4 Wana i
Pakoma (meaning "Chief that fought J
the Potomac") presented Mr. an 1
- TI A. A 1 A . 1 '
rt j 1 1 blu who jasmine icis. inis
small boy is the grandson of one Mr.
Mr. Pitman's brother, Henry, was
In the Civil War and In Ltbby Prison
end was an exchange prisoner. He,
however, died shortly after his release
and this descendant was named in his
honor. X- ' - '
VDude" 'Miller furnished old-tlms
Tuuslc during the afternoon., Refresh-'
menta were served. r
. MAJOR HERBERT O. WILLIAMS
GIVES A PINNER .
At the University Club this evening
Maj. Herbert , Q. Williams is enter
taining , with :. a dinner-dance. The
.table is to be decorated with Ameri-
can Beauty rosea and trailers o:
asparagus -vine.' Tulle In the shade
of the flowers wUl further ornament
' the table. '. ' "
.'Maj. Williams' guests will be Mr.
. and Mrs. Charles T.-Wilder, Capt. and
; Mrs. James Gallogly. Mrs. S. S. Hero.
Miss Hero, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. John
Hill of Atlanta, Ca,; - Miss Katherine
Fowler, Mr. Theodore A. Baldwin, Mr.
, Gey Buttolph, Capt. John :T. Curry,
Mr. H. B. Weller and LI eut.-Col. Wil
liam 8. Guignard. V ': ', ; V -
"r- Th.-dance-- at ,th i Unversitr.:
will be th"?-dfv erslon for the evening.'
-MRS. GUSTAV" SCliAEFER'S ' TEA
' Mrs. -Karcli Law and Mrs. Flor
ence Braxernun-were the. guests cf
honor at a tea given on .Monday of
this week over which Mrs. "Qustav
Schaefer presided . as hostess. The
pretty Schaefer home was decorated
with golden daylight lies, baskets of
ferns and palms. Sewing and knitting
made the afternoon hours go by Very
"swiftly.. - " : ..Y-: ,.
The guesta invited by Mrs. Schaefer
to meet Mrs. Law and Miss B rater
man, who, by the way, were class
mates of the hastens, were Mrs. Albert
de Wit, Mrs. Arthur C. Mackintosh,
Mrs. Harold Glffard, Mrs. Samuel A.
!ker. Mrs. William .Williamson.
Arthur Rice, Mrs. Charles T.
Vilder, Mrs. Reynold McGrew, Mrs.
Harry Wilder, Mrs. Charles Chilling
j worth, Mrs. .CTarence Olson, Mrs.
Clirford B. High, Mrs. Emmett May,
Miss Marjory .CapDs, Mrs. Katherine
Williams.-. Miss Grlnnell and Miss
Pauline Scliacfer. .
MORNING MUSIC CLUB MEETING
The . followlna: charming program
waa preeented by the Morning Music
Club at a closed ' meeting on Wed
nesday morning. It waa given at Miss
Margaret Clarke's studio:
Nationalism in Modern Music.
Illustrations from modern , Russian,
Finnish, Scandinavian and Polish
.- :-" . works'- ..'
1. Eklage ......... . Jean Sibelius
Mrs. L. Tenney Peck
2. Legcnde . . ......... .'. WIeniawski
, Mrs. Ernest A. R. Roes
3. (a) Diffonance . . . . . ... . Borodine
(b) Chanson-widoul .'. . . .... . . . .
; (c) Autumn ............. Arensky
- Mrs. A. G. M. Robertson
4. Selections from the "Thousand"
, . Miss Margaret Clarke
5. Valse Triste-. ....... Jean Sibelius
' Mrs. R. D. Mead
6. (a) Etude Bordlgiewlu
(b) Tbe Swan ... Palmgren
7. Ca-atlna from "Prince Igor"....:
.......... . . . ........ .. . Borodine
Mrs. Bobbins B. Anderson
8.- (a) Romance . ; ;
(b) Tarantell. from the 2nd
Suite ...... Rachmaninoff
Misses Clarke and Cadwell
A BIRTHDAY SURPRISE
Miss Dorothy Guild was surprised by
a set of her young friends on Satur
day evening. They came out to give
her birthday greetings. Dancing was
enjoyed and a swim was an added
attraction. ' Miss Guild's Impromptu
guesta were Miss Rosie Herbert, Miss
Ruth -Soper, Mits Pauline Schaefer,
Mias Katherine: Williams, Miss Mar
jory Capps. Miss Edna Wilson, Miss
Elolse Wichman, Mr. Marshall Hen
shaw, Mr. Dickson Nott Mr. Robert
Purvis. Mr. T.' Thompson. M Ernest
Podmore, Mr. August Schaefer, Mr. j
Howard Worrall. Mr. Roy Patten and ,
Mr, Cornell Franklin.
MR. AND MRS. H. T. BRADNER'S
Last - Wednesday evening at the
Plcasanton hotel Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Bradner had as dinner guests Mr. and
Mra. R. O. English nnd Mr. Clinton J.
II n l e hi us of Cnlif.irnia.
Mrs. A. Wiley Mather of New York, Vwho' returns to Honolulu for a
ycaV stay. : The charm that fascinates so many brought Mr. and Mrs.
aticr back after the!r experience last year. - .
MK. .AND MRS. ALBERT P. TAY-
LOR'S HAWAIIAN EVENING
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Pitman
of Boston will be the guests of honor
at a Hawaiian party given by Mr. and
Mra. A. P. Taylor at their home this
evening. The costumes worn will bs
those from the time of the first Ka-
mehama down to tbe Kalakaua "dy
nasty and will prove vastly Interest
ing, to alL About 100 guests 'have
been bidden. Dancing will be one of
the, many pleasant features of the
evening. . ' '
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MISS ISA BELLE BAKER HONORED
Tlila 9ftrnnnn nt liftr Thiliston vp.
ni:o hnmA Ml Unrr.lliv, Harkir 1st !
entertaining complimenting Miss ,16a
bclle Baker who is the house-guest 6f
her brotb.er, LIeit. Baker of Shatt
er., Five hundred is the game played
and a Jolly afternoon the result. Those
Invited by Misslarker to meet' Miss
Baker-are Miis Marie Ballentyne,
Miss Maud Ballentyne, Miss Ruth Mc
Chesney, Ml Martha McChesney,
Miss Ruth Baker, Miss Anne True,
Miss Thclma K Murphy, Miss Eleanor
Gaitley and Mrs. Valter Reesman. :
MRS. BTtEGA A DINNER HOSTESS
Mrs. Brega was a dinner hostess on
Saturday evening at the iMoana Hotel.
The table was dainty with a basket
filled with pale-tinted . Transvaal
daisies. The guests enjoying Irs.
Brega's hospitality were Dr. and Mrs
'Charles Adams Mr. John Lewis Coch-
ran and Capt. J. Pun lance. The Lcahi
benefit concert was enjoyed after
dinner. ' ' ' . .
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MR. AND MRS A. W. HOMPE EN
TERTAIN ' - '
Air; end Mrs. A. W. Hompe of Grand
Rapids, Mlch who are truest "at the
J Picasanton, entertained at dinner on
i Wednesday evening. A crystal lowl
filled with lavender and pink sweet
peas made a pretty centerpiece, i The
same pretty flowers were scattered
over the, damask. Dancing; was en
joyed after dinner. ' - V-;; '
M,r. and Mrs. Hompe's guests were
Miss Helen G. Pratt. Miss Loraine
Hompe, M iss Thelaia K. Murphy and
Mrs. 'Augustus E. Murrhy. 1 . -
AN ENGAGEMENT JANNOUNCE-
j -: .-: MENT
Mr, and Mrs. Byron Eldred N'oble
announce the engagement cf their
flaughter. Doris Vivian, to Mr. Harold
Miss Noble Is the eldest daughter
cf Mr. and Mrs. Nobis and Mr. Mor
ran the third sen cf the late James F.
Morgan and Mrs. Morgan.
No date has as yet been set for the
wedding. X-v. '.:k;::v. '
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MRS. EUGENE STEERE GIVES A
TEA ) "
Mrs. Arthur Andrew's was the motif
for a tea given on Thursday afternoon
by Mrs. K.ujf.ene 8tefe ,M iifr Manoa
ht'ime. ; .' .
MR. AND MRS. DAVID S. BAKER'S
u DINNER' ' - ?. ' ' ,
The Pleasanton hotel was the set
ting on Wednesday evening for a very
charming and daintily appointed din
ner given by Mr. and -Mrs. David S.
Baker. The table was colorful wjth a
basket , of pastel-shaded Transvaal
daisies and lighted tapers, making a
pretty effect. The d.mce at the Pleas
anton was the diversion for the hqur
after dinner. .
Mr. and Mrs. Baker's guests were
Mr. and Mrs. -Weston Lewis, Mr, and
iirs. Frank D. True, Bishop and Mrs.
Henry Bond Restarick, . Mrs. L" H.
Merrill, Miss Ruth Baker, Miss Anno
Mr. IL ;W. Merrill.
CAPT. AND M US. CONRAD S. BAB-
COCK GIVE A DINNER
At a. tabic very attractive - with
decoratinus of p!r.k gladiolus and fern,
Capt. and Mrs. Conrad S. Babcock en
tertained at the .Moana hotel on Sat
urday evening of last week,' their
guestsNvere Capt. and Mrs. Augustine
Aiclntyre. .Mr. and Mrs. F. Gillis Todd,
Mr. and Mrs. P: K. Witmer and Mr.
and Mrs. Brawn. i :- '''
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; A DANCE AT THE DAVENPORT
Valentine evening (Wednesday was
taken Advantage of by the manage,
taent of The Davenport for a dinner
dance, ' i About 100 guests enjoyed this
Special dinner guests for the even
ing' were Mr., and Irs. Magmder G.
Maury, ; Madame Lester,- Mrs. :. Nellie
Johnson, Mr. C. E. King. Mr. C. Rans
ford and Mastr Brooke Maury.
COL. AND MRS. WILLIAM PRATT
KENDALL'S DINNER -Dr.
JCeeper and Mr. Tod Powell of
Colorado Springs 'and Miss Caroline
llughit't and Mr. F. E. Hughitt were
the honor guests at a dinner, given
last Saturday evening by Col. and Mrs.
Willirjn Pratt'Kendall at their Manoa
home. The table was very prettily
decorated with a basket -of spring
Col. and Mrs. Lincoln's guests were
Miss Hnghitt Mr. F.E, HughHt, Dr.
Keeper, 'Mr. Tod Powell.. Col. and Mrs.
James B. Houston, Major and Mrs, Ed
ward Carpenter and Major and Mrs.
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MR. -AND MRS. WESTON LEWIS
GIVE A DINNER
: Mr.' and Mrs. Weston Lewis enter
tained friends at dinner at the Pleas
autcn betel on Thursday evening.
American Beauty roses graced the
talle center. The gue?ts invited by
Mr. and Mr3. Lewis were Dr. and Mrs.
I M Hooper, : M iss Lewis "and Miss
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A PICNIC AT FORD'S ISLAND
Tomorrow Mr. Francis Brown is to
be a host at a picnic IunCh at Ford's
lsiann. , Aqua p.artin is i t 10f
sroi I f-the day. ' ; ' -
SOCIAL CALENDAR. :
Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert Powsetf j Vaknt'iie Ur cc.
Mr. and Mm.' Wil'ian lln'mpn s Dinner
i:r. prd Mrs.' Rijiir)!' It. McGrj'a Buffet Supper.'
Mr. and Mra. Walter DUlingham's D;n,-cr. '. ,
Mr. Silverwooa -Dinner noet. . " V
Auderscn Bnialey Nupiiala. '
Mr. W. J. Fleming a Dinner Host. '
Col. and MrsAWBliam P. Kendit 1 Entertain.
Mrn. IloTert Shingle a Iuncheo i Hostess.
A Pol Supper ;Knioyed by Visitors.- , -. -
General it cd lti Frederick S. 8 rrong. Dinner.
' Jirs. Gutav Shaerer Gives, a Tea.
An Informal Lnnchecn,
A Dinner on Board the "V. 3-8. St IvSuis.
: Mrs. Robert UeTTer's Tea. .,
Mr. end; 7 Mrs. 7enja?n!n Pitman .t Home. . .
The Grossmay Hons; .Warming.' .
Mr. and Mrs. '.So mu el -A. Walker s Supper and Sinini.
Mrs. James. Pi Dougherty a Pn pvTea Hoptef s. .
;Mr. and Mrrf Alre't P. Taylor's Htfw&ilaii Evening.
MflTnr and -Mrs. John Lane's Dinner. V
A Swim and Luncheon. -.
- Judge and Mrs.' William C Lymr'a t)ioncr-Di nf c
Mrs. Brtnsford Lewis Gives a Dinner. '
Mr. and Mrs.-GeorKC.Uhl Entertain. ; ' '
Mrs. GrinneHj Dinner Hostess.
Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Nlles Entertain. ,
Mrs. Brcga a Dinner Hostess., ;
Capt and Mrs. Conrad rubcock Eutertaiii.
V Mr. and. Mr. W. A. .Coid?9 Give a Dinner. '
- . General and "Mrs. Frederick Sir rigV Dinner. .
Col. and Mrs. Fr?nk Ke.fers Dinner-Dance. " '
COL. AND MRS. JAMES B. HOUS
r . TON"8 DINNER . ;
" One of he most beautiful of this
week's dinners was tbe one given on
Friday -evening by Cot, N and Mrs.
James B; Houston, r A very handsome
centerptece 'of - lavender orchids an4
ferns wai yxtd: Lang graceful fronds
of -ferns ' added ' th4 cooling touch ;of
Screen. '. Ribbon In lavender and pink
was N very charmingly arranged.'- Cor
sage boquets of fre2ia -were at each
COVer. " ? - , V ; ;
". CoL" and Mrs.' Houston's guesta were
Col. and Mrs. Wilmot B. :ElM ML
and Mrs; Charles' Lincoln, Maj. arid
Mrs. i Morton J., ennr of Schofteld,
Maj. and "Mrs.- Illamt 'ikCochttn,
Miss Caroline HaghlU and Mr, F. E.
nughitt :-ir:.y:i i .v,,,
MISS BONNIE SCOTT HONORED'.'
1 ' Miss Bonnie Pcott of Fort Shatter.
who leaves next month 'fdr the main
land, was ' the guest' of honor " at f a
Valentine tea on Wednesday of - this
week' when Miss Dorothy, HarRer.en
tertalned for "her; .ThO; decorations
and refreshments "all carried otft the
Valentine idea. Miss Harkefa guests
were Miss Bonnie 'ScottrMUs; Eliza
beth Roeenbaum, Miss Isabcile Baker,
M Iss Dorothy "SfcTtae, 7 M Iss ' ' Helen
Ohnstad. : Miss Margaret Grey,, Miss
Catherine Raymond and Miss Carolyn
Raymond. . - " v -
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DR. AND 5IRa -CiiAittES ADAMS
GIVE A CHlKESE. DINNER
Dr. and ,Mr, ChrleAdams enter
tained 26 guests, ou Friday ? evening
at a Chinese ceremonial, dintier.: r.The
table formed a. hollow square.' Around
this the v guests ; sat and 'enjoyed a
unique and delightful evening: Chinese
banners in. standards; adorned ; the
table, whlcli wa craaitiehted with, Chi
hese blooms. Many of the. guesta wor
handsome .'Chinese bns, and ..rhop
sticks 'were used ; throughout ;After
dinner, a Chinese drama waa-presented
by cleyer Chines actors. " '
Some among Drahd Mrs. .Adams'
guests were Gen.Mind Mrt.VFTederlck
S. Strong. Mr. . and Mrs Pelouze of
New York City, Gen.' and Mrs. Charles
Treat M rs. Brega of Chicago :- Mrs.
Enders of. Chicago. - Mrs. Clowv M iss
Clov. Miss Vera Daraoa, Miss Mary
von Holt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dilling
ham, Mr. and M te', C H. Chisholra. Mr.
Cochran, Mr. Graham of Rome, Mr.
Cyril Damon, Mr. Herman iron Holt
Mr. Alan LOwrey and others.
MRS. ROBERT SHINGLE'S LUNCH-
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Nasturtiums and ferns made a matt
attractive table decoration when Mrs.
Robert Shingle entertained atu lunch
eon on Tuesday of this week.; Seeing
and bridge kept the guests at. this
hospitable home until the ven?ng
shadows felt Mrs. Shingle's guefts
were: ' Mrs. Tutch of Denver, Mrs.
Van Tassel of Cheyenne, Mrs. Mc
Gregor, Mrs. Herbert Petrie, Mrs. St
C. Sayres. Mrs. Elizabeth. Freeth,
Mrs, William Campbell, Mrs. Ralph
ClarK, Mrs.' Walter Mjtcfarlane. : Mrs;
Charles Chlllingworth, Mrs." George
Smithies, Mrs. William Amon Purdy
and Mrs. Mark Robinson.
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MR. AND MRS. FKANK NILES
GIVE A DINNER -
Mr. and Mrs. Fraak Kiles pf Kan
sas City were dinner host and hostess
on Saturday evening at the Moana
Hotel. The circular table on the lanai
was very prettily decorated with
sweet peas and violets.' The guests
after dinner attended the Leahi Home
benefit concert given at the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Klles guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Chapin A. Day, Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Bristol, Miss Mary. Briggs of Chi
cago, Miss Boone of Kansas City and
Mr. Daniel Boone of the same city.
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MR. FRED MUIR A DINNER HOST
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlelf MIss Lang
don and Mr. J. F. Rock were Mr. Fred
Muir's dinner .quests on Thursday
evening at th Pleasanton, hotel.
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COL. AND MR..WtLUAM R
. DAIX'S DINNER
Pink begonias arid maidenhair fern
made the dinnar table -over-which Col.
and Mrs. William Pratt Kendall pre
sided on Frfdayevenlnfif a verv oreity
and effective festal board. Bridge was
the1 diversion afterwards.
Col. -and Mrs. Kendall gave the dn-
ner- honoring Capt and Mrs." Eugene
Householder of Schofleld. The- other
guests bidden were Capt and Mra.
Jack r Hayes," Capt and Mrs. Jaraea
Gallogly; Miss Lucille 'l-adaon, : Miss
McRac'-CoL" JimesMcRae and Capt
! COL. r'ANi.;MKSFRA.NKv It V
. -: -'KEEPER'S v JJINNER-DANCE
.With- guests . seated .around a table
most 'attractive with Ita Icentrat decor
rations of yellow corcopsU and lace
firn.';wlth; dlhty nand-painted cards
marking ' each guest , fcover, Col. and
Mrs. Frank R. Kecf er are. Entertain
ing 'this evening at , the 'University
Club, honoring - Mr. , and Mrs. L.. H.
Pelouie" of New ',York "; City; who are
the house-guests of ' Geri. and Mrs.
Frederick; S. Stron&rYvl ' ' :
" The dance at the , University Club
wilj.be the diversion for, the evening.
' CoL and Mrs. Keefera guesta will
be Mr. ; and Mrs. L. H., Pelouxe, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Bryant Cooper, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. von. Ham no; Mr. and
Mrs C. W. CaseDeering, Mrs. Dora
Ahlborn, . Capt ; and Mrs. Robert IL
Duenaer. Col. William Weigel and
Lieut Frank Jr Riley,
MR. W. J. FLEMING
V w. HOST
Around a table lighted with un
shaded tapers and a basket filled with
pink swcot peas and laco ferns, Mr. W.
J. Fleming entertained guests at din
ner and afterwards at the benefit con
cert at the Moana Hotel on Saturday
evening. Mr.' Fleming's guests were
Brig.-Gcn. ' and Mrs. Samuel . L Jdbn
son, Mrs. Frances Reed, Mrs, Evelyn
Munro of Chicago, Miss Clara Reed of
New York City and Mrs. R. C. Bonner
of Cleveland. '
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MR. AND MRS. GEORGE UHL
y - ENTERTAIN -
.Pink shaded candles amf a 'gilt
basket filled with La France roses
m.ade an attractive table at which Mr.
and Mrs. George Uhl of San Francisco
entertained . on Saturday evening.
Their guests were: r , ;
Mrs. Ida Mai ?eile" of San Francisco,
Mrs. Granville Abbott ; of Piedmont
Cat; Mrs. LiBpitt of Providence, R.I.;
Mr. Frank Morony of San Francisco,
Mrr Edgar Mlznef.. of San Francisco,
Mr.' Stephen BouKon.jf Burlingame,
Mr. ' Ashton Britton and Mr; H. B.
Weller of Honolulu.
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MltS. BRANSFORD , LEWIS A DIN
' v " : NERH03TESS i : -v
One of the many -pretty dinners
given at the Moana Hotel on Saturday
e.venlag was that at which Mrs. Brans-
fcrd Lewis presided - as hostess.
American Beauty proses made a pretty
centerpiece. .". . ,' '
. Mrs. Lewis's guests were Mr. . and
tMrs. Lynn Inglefriti of Sedalia, Ma;
Mr. and Mrs, A. C Housman of St.
Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hedges
)f St Louis, Mrs. Wood of Sedalia, Mo.,
and Mr. and Mrs. G. K. . BothwelL
Dancing was a pleasant diversion
JUDGE AND MRS WILUAM B. LY
MER'S DINNER -Mr.
and Mrs. A. Wiley Mather of
New York-City are the guests of hon
or this evening at a dinner-dance giv
en at the University Club by Judge
and Mrs. William B. Lymer. A has-
ket of golden coreopsis will be used(
to adorn the table. Dancing will be
the entejttainmcnt for the evening. , )
Judge and Mrs. Lymer's guests will
be Mr. and Mrs. R. J2. Bristol, Mr. and J
Mrs. Gustav Schaefer, Mlsa Eastlake, '
Mr. Cornell FrahWIa' and Mr. ind
Mrs. A. Wiley Mather, the honor.
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Miss Doris Noble,, whose engagement to Mr. Hare I J Edward Mors u
Is a'pleasant announcement cf the week, '' - , " ' . ' -
A TO! LUNCHEON FOR MISS JIAUD
" j - HIND
Miss Maud Hind was the guest of
honor, at a poi luncheon given oi Fri
day by her couslna, Mim- Margaret
j Hind' and Miss Men a Hind, at their
1' Green vstreet home, f The tible Vaa
i; covered in'inalJeuhair,fern. - Tbla-was
th foundation and it wa strewn with
panlea " and ' others tiny yeU6w blos
soms. large basket iu the center
of, the- table e,21e4 ;with spring
blossoms and greenery; a real ilima
Couble lei waa placed for each ' gusst
A swtut in the large tank was enjoyed
before lunch, and, after, lunch the Car
nival, tennis was attended. ' ;.
-A prettily ornamented and lighted
cake told the guests tLat It was MJss
Maud Hind's birthday.
It waa a genti'ne old time Hawaiian
luncheon,, the' food being served in
old Hawaiian i pel bowls and dishes.
Guests invited by Miss Margaret 'and
MIsb Mona Hind were Miss Jessie
Kennedy, Miss Helen Stevens of Ta
coma, Miss Caroline Ship man. Miss
Florence Shipman, Miss Irma Wode
house, Miss Anne W'odehouse, Miss
"Peggy" Center, Miss Harriet Lucas,
Miss Mary. Lucas, Miss Rose Brown,
Miss Ruth Heidt tnd Miss Margaret
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: V ANDERSON-BROMLEY
s- At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bromley, was
solemnized the wedding of their daugh
ter. Abigail Mary, and Mr. Robert S.
Anderson, on Wednesday evening. The
Rer. F. Eteson of Epiphany chapel per
formed, the ceremony. Miss, Matilda
Mad sen was bridesmaid and Mr. Ed
gar Anderson supported bis brother.
, It was a white and green wedding,
the house being done In white asters
and white lilies, with ferns and palms.
The bride was daintily gowned in a
white-hand embroidered silk and car
ried a shower bouquet of white sweet
peas and white violets. A wreath of
orange blossoms adorned the bride'3
. Miss Evelyn de la Nux played the
wedding march. -
'..There were only twenty guestscom
prising the immediate family relatives.
Mrs. Anderson la the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bromley. Mr. Ander
son is the superintendent of Leahi
Home, where they will make their resi
dence after returning from their bridal
trip, which they are spending at the
summer home of Dr. and Mrs. Archi
bald Sinclair at Wallupe. .
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. MAUI j GIRLS HONORED
The following interesting artcle
shows how keenly alive our girls are
to be selected for honorary positions
In their colleges: ' ;
-Maui Girls Named By Class at
miiis. . - : . y. '-- 'v -
..I "Two .Mac! girls were, named by
members .of; the sophomore class at
Mills College to serve as officers cf
the 1918 organizations. Miss Cleo
Case of vWailuku,. Maui, was named
to the secretaryship of the cla&i and
Miss Mabel Wilcox, also of Wailuku,
was elected ergeant-at-arms. , Others
elected to officaljpositions were pres
ident. Miss Ellen Eason of Pasadena;
vice-president Miss Marjorie Dins
more, ; Marysvflle; treasurer. Miss
Elizabeth Treat Thompson, Modesto."
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GEN. AND MRS. FREDERICK , S.
Last Saturday evening Gen. and
Mrs. Frederick S. Strong entertained
at the Moana Hotel. The guests were
seated at a circular table, very pret
tily decorated with yellow coreopsis.
Gen. and Mrs. Strong's guests were
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pelouxe of , New
York City. -Mr. and Mrs. Alvah S.
Chiaholm of Cleveland, O.; Miss Chi.v
Itolm and Lint. Wallace Philoon.
.MR. AND MRS. REYNOLD Mc-
GREW'S BUFFET SUPPER '
A valentine buffet supper was Mr.
rnd Mrs. Reynold Erodie ;WcGrew"s
plan for entertaining a number c
their frlendt on Wednesday evening.
;After dinner the company atten del
the dance at the Country Club given
by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dowsett
! Very handsome 'silver .candalabra,
with the lighted candles softly shaded,
f were the only table ornamentations.
Mr. andrMrs. McGrewT r-oi'cra
Mr. and Mrs; Gustav-Schaefer, Mr. ar I
Mrs. Mertfln Carson, Miss Rosie !Icr
bert. Miss Katherine WlUiams, MI:i
Marjory Capps, Mr. ? - Marshall - Ilea
shaw, Mr. August Schaefer Mr.-WII-liam
Warpen, Mr.- Cyril Damon, Mr.
Cornell Franklin and .? Mr. Chauncey
Cleveland. v .
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MISS DOROTHY McRAE GIVES A
" SEWING TEA1
'.' Work' bags, knitting needles and tat
ting shuttles were brought Into play
on Friday afternoon when MUs Don
thy McRae entertained friends at. a
sewing tea. The rooms were fresh
and pretty with dozens of hiblscu3
blosscms. Refreshner)ts served; the
needles were again plied and a pleas
ant afternoon ntme to a close.
; MIs3 McRae'a guests were Miss Mar
garet Grey, Mis Dcneys, Miss Eliza.
beth Rosenbaum, Miss Baker, Miss
Eleanor Oartley, Miss Gartley Mksa
Carolyn Raymond, Miss Ohnstad, Mb
Cath-erine Raymond, Miss Louise
Clark, Mias Harmon Bailey, Mlsa Mil
dred Deney, Miss Lucille Lad son. Miss
Dorothy Harker, Mies Del McCue and
the Misses Grant'. - . .'. ' '
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A SVIMVAND LUNCHEON .
Mrs. ! George Bennett was Mrs.
James Dougherty's honored, guest on
Tuesday of this week. The party mo
tored to the beach, enjoyed a swim
and then went leisurely back to Mrs.
Dougherty's, where a buffet lunchcou
was served.- Sewing and bridge mads
a very pleasant afternoon, i
Mrs. Dougherty's guesta were Mrs.
George Bennett fa whose honor the
affair was given; Mrs. Harold G IT
fard, Mrs. Fred Damon, Mrs. ; It E.
Bristol, Mrs. Gostav Schaefer, Mrs.
William Williamson, Mrs. Charles
Chlllingworth, Mrs. Harry Hoffman,
Mrs. Samuel Walker,-Mrs. A. G. Hod
gins, Mrs. Victor Houston and Mrs.
Sibyl Robertson. ;
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A DINNER AT THE RATHSKEU.ER
Mr. F. B. Silverwood of Los Angeles
entertained on Wednesday evening at
the Rathskeller. A very lovely center
; piece cf spring flowers was attractive.
After dinner the Roof Garden was the
rendezvous fcr an hour's dancing. Mr.
Silverwood s guests were Maj. and
Mrs, Henry H. Sheen,, for whom the
dinner, was given; Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. J. Morton Riss
Mrs. A. Patterson, Mrs. Georgia Arch
er, Mrs. Esther Harris, Lieut Ringold
Schley and Master Shen. ..... . .
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MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM THOM P
SON'S . DINNER PARTY
.Mainland guests are the ince-.tlve
for a number of affairs this week.
Among them was a pleasant dinner
given by Mr. and Mrs. William Thomp
son cn Tuesday evening at their home.
The table was ornamented with a
basket filled with pastel-tinted Trans--.sral
daftie.v and long. runners of as
paragus viae. The complimented
guests were Miss Lens. MIs Maaaa
ses, Mr. Cohen, Mr, Rosenberf, all of
San Francisco, and Mr. and Mrs. Vll
Hani McKay. -: ' . - '". .'
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MRS. D. E. 3IOONEY S BRIDGE TEA
- Mrs. D. E. Mooney entertained three
tables of bridge on Wednesday after
unoit.at her Manoa home. '