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F.VENINO DUU.ETIK, HONOLULU. T. H SATlinnW, JUNE 4, 1910.
: . SOCIAL NOTES,
flunk, icnlght, who give tha
ly from Japan to meet her husband,
who In a member, of the idltorlal staff
chclors In the dancing set and hla
presence was always In demand Hit
all the smart functions In Los An
geles and Tanadena. '"lie U a mem'
ber of the exclusive Jonathan Club
Mrs. Frank Robard, Mrs. Wilcox,
Mrs. Gilbert Smith, Mrs. Ward nnn
Mils Blanche Wonnor, of Seattle.
and other- well known los Angeles I Mr, Reynold McOrew's Party.
oigunliatlons, A year and a hall
ago Mr. Rldgway usslsteri as one o.
the ushers at the wedding of Mr.
hasVof his ulcKunV readme- nt ihp of n J"lai0 Dally Chronicle. Mr.:nd Mrs. John T. Warren In Pasa
f KUa'hra'guTms01,, ' t -J On'odera favorably known ...... ,d he Is the .list ,,.1,
Tuesday evening, has won Honolulu, ln h.Jl'"o community. n I party to suceumb to Cupl.l t
The first -of hla leadings half-tilled
the large hall, the second reading
filled It completely, and It Is expo t
ed.'lhat standing 'room will bo nl a
'pprefiilum Tuesday evening when
SpeMlg'hl pletnnls Sci'pose In Ufa
Mis Mlldicd Smith, daughter o. : a
Mr, and Mis. W. II. Smith, will bo Engagement Announce!
mauled Tuo.day evening lo Mr, I A betrothal which will be of much
Mr. Ileynold McOrow entertained
Saturday evening at his grandparents'
Dr. and Mrs. McOrew's home, on
Lunalllo strtyrt, at an enjoyable dine
lng tiarty, -Aiiout cmo hundred young
people were present. Tho flp:irlmn
lo were present. Tho sparlmii1 ' ""v" Mr """ T' '
is nnd lanals where the dancing Mrs- WrlRht. Mm. Smith. J
place were decornted In sciflct '"""i MI"K lA"" V"'
day cvcnliiR nt the Merrill homo In I
tho valluy, Sofon well contested garnet
of pi-dro wero illrcussod, th result bo-j
lug that tho first prlios were carried.
off by Mrs. Wright tnd Mr. Orm'.slon. '
The booby prises were cipliirod by
,W. It, Foster and Mrs. Chas. Hlloy.
hcfrcshme-Jts were served nfter the
glmcs. Among tlitno present wero
Mr nnd Mrs; Hideout. Mr. and Mrs,
Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Men III. Mr, mid
is. tlovd Mr mid Mrs. ( mm. Itlloy,
A Natural Mineral Water.
In the World
carnations and nalms. At len n'rliek ! " rB". Mr- Mcunrvio.
a buffet supper was sened. ArtlMloj . . . ,,. ... ,,i
IIV iu riiiiii.i(,i i' ft.- I'-i'-n i in ',
lM rm ill! M!m
and makes the Bh,t of Mnrloy walk B 'p ;
s 111 ft trtn 1'hai ( h-lsttn.i tn., "
Htii-M lt la tlin hiut cmb!. .....!
ui'vuiHiik id tuv IIIU3i 1 Ul 'ill U Ifrtli-
" -- .. u-uk -". i tin Nan n rnnriKfMi i .ttttii
Harry llruns of thli city. This wed- Inleicst to the many friends of the progrnms were usen lor uio dancni't. rnn..inoil ,,. foiinw'iic'
..... .n. ... .. ..i-. u ..! .... .- .- ... .. ,..,.. .. .. ... t with "ttedhodeo." Ibo name nf llm '" -""'""-" ' " "I"' "".'
iuii will l)u a ijuieb iiwiiiv nj.u,,.
only relullves of Ho two fnnilllcfi
f,fkr that ha-i vlillcd Honolulu. Ho
; cilriiBPs like lightning fiom one
vDt kejij character to another, ami
.' haS jp hla repertoire more than 'a
.. litii.if t 1 -ractnrH from Dickons.
Vanit ,)'ou know, cash one If you
k'no-V .your Dickens nt nil tho mo-
.nicnt the fa Mat and bodily change
Is rtn'do by this master artist of ex
itllDitlnn Rnonlclil la Innvlnn fn,a
,'tr.n lo the volcano ana to vlfll Eowlcv-EIdgway. s '
.'ne'wly-'mado friends In Kohaln. A marriage In which many Hono-
where he, will, give n reading. Ho lull nnJ Hllo society peppie will ho
,- . ...... .. l,,nli il.t.irnutM.t an fli' ttrtwxtn fll.ni.
sans ior Australia una mourn
The ladles of tho Outrigger Club
and their friends aro busy prepar
ing the good things that are to bo
' had In tho different booths next
Friday afternoon 'and evening at
the big carnival. Mrs. Carl du Hoi
will have a ccore of Ice cream ta
bles under the hau treo grove that
has Just been lanated and surround
ed with graceful encoanut columns.
Mrs. 0. II. Tuttto will serve tea in
tho Tadlcs' lanal. while Miss New
bride to be. In Honolulu, Is (tint oi
MIrs Mabel Ilarties of I.o-i Angeles
iiU.l Mr. Wl Ham llnlkor of tho s.tuic
rlljv Ml,j Ilarncs spent several
weeko In Honolulu a year ago aim
was nxloilslvely entertained by many
friends horn, and by her charm uiu
attractiveness von manj new friend
and admirers here who will be inii'M
Inteieiled in her nuptials wuicli
rill take -pis' In September. The
vddlng Is to M n quiet nffnlr an'
j after lt colebrntlon Mr, .Hnrker wil
I take his bride lo Now York whole
jrnmetlmo will bo spent. Tho re
turn trip will inc'udo rtops in Cul
eago to vl-lt a married sister of tho
much interested as the'groom form-! ''r'Ie. "! trl"' to Wisconsin and
The dance given nt tho Young
llolcl on FlldtnV evening' by tho
men of the U. ,3. M. C. .was on en
joyable nffnlr: ' Tho lintel was dec
orated in palms, Hags nnd pennants.
Doth ball Koms'werc used, to ac
commodate the live hundred Rucsti.
Djnclng began nt 8:30 and con
tinued until ho weo small hours.
Willi lk1IIIV.It.V. ,IIU l.lllll 1,1 lll ,, , , . ,, ...
McOrows' homo emWsed In red! ,nt M ,rcV"1" V""1" , ' '"
the bottom of tho pro,ram ,he d,to ''"SJAZW'Z.
was also cmbos-cd. Dsnc'ng lgan " ': . ..' " "",. "W. ' 1 ".. '"
rhortly after 8:30and eontlnucil until
mlilnlcht. Among thosn who enltivn.1
.,---. . .. ..,. I....... ......! l.nH ...1. u Hi
Mr. McOrew's hospitality' wort 'Mhi .."l" ",,M ' "H "' "" r""
hiuo nunibvr of beautiful cnicinent
gifts nnd the social compllmonti
r.h!ch hive cnirscd h?r pith idnrn
Drrn Atwater. tUt Juliotto Atw.itr. """"-'""" " ""V .. L
mi.. t . n...iii, mi., ii.i Ii 0. Tcmplelnn Crocker, i fortnight
Hit.llnf Minn Itlllli nirh.irila Mlall.""
Tcnncy Hoogs. Miss Mnrjorlc Ollni'ii
ery resided In tho Islands, is thai
of Miss Grace Ilowlcy, tb,e beauti
ful and accomplished daughtor of
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln S. Rowley o
Los Augclcs, and Mr. Thomas' Culd
well Itldgway, a prominent young at
torney of Ixis Ahgolcs, which wns
tolomnlzed Thursday evening, June
2 at half after eight at Immanuel
Presbyterian Church In tho Angel
City. The wedding was
unil billlluut nffnlr and the tall und
stately young bride was attended
by a maid of honor aud eight Jjrldes-
coujo and her friends wilt dlspenso maids, chosen from among the most
coffee Mrc Charles IJooth and Mrs. beautiful and popular Los Angeles
A. Oartley will servo fruit punch '' Eastern friends of tho bride. A
and lemonado, Mrs. pr. Rwbank will "mart reception nt tho fashionable
havo charge of the preserve booth, Ebell Club followed tho ceremony,
and Mrs. Ilnymond Hrown tho candy tho 8UCRti ll8t Including the elite of
shop. A meeting of all of tho com- Loi Angotes and Pasadena society,
.mltlecs and of tBo Udlcs" Auxiliary Previous, to her marrlago Miss
will ho hold Tuesday afternoon on rtowley has been among the most
. tho ub grounds. telcd of Southern California brides
" "' n,l ever)' kind of function known
"Mrs. John Scott Noblo and Miss to ,ho exclusive California hostess
Blanche II, Wenner will take apart- 1,BB bccn ltlltCK ,n her honor' mnny
ments at tho Moana tha first of tho ' lho n"alr8 having been unusually
, ! Mr. and Mrs. Rldgway ten this
In celebration, of their wedding Mr. week for a northern trip of a month's
, and Mrs. T. Onodera will entertain a duration and will bo at home after
few of tholr friends at. a tea party -to July 15 at 2621 Menlo Avenue, Los
.be given tomorrow evening In their Angeles. Ever since his residence In
'home on Kmma. street. Mrs. Onodera, Los Angeles' Mr. Rldgway has been
-. who Is a charming lady, arrived recent- one of the most popular young ba-
SouHi Dakota to visit Mr. Marker'-
relatives. Mr. Marker Is a graduate
of the University of South Dakota
and was In bu'iness In the cast until
a year ago when he came west to re
side. After their return from the
east Mr. Marker and his brldo will
be at homo to their friends In I.09
large Stoir Dinner. ,
Mr. Fred Smllli was tnc noi
Thursday evening at a Jolly stag
dinner nt his homo on Keeaitmoktl
etrcot. The table was ornamented
In yellow rorcoptls. The following
guests wero present: Mr, Oeorge
Oerinlron Mr. W. II.
Doctor Alfred Wall, Mr,
Incrny, Mr, Emll Waterman
Clarence Watermnn and others.
Mrs. Putnam's Blrdee.
Mrs. Putnam, wife nt Captain Hit
nnm of Fort De Russv entertained
Thursday informnlly at bridge. Mrs.
Gilbert Smith, wife of feutenant
Smith, U. 8. A. won the first prUe,
on embroidered Japanese work bag,
Mrs. Ward won the scond prize, a
handfome flower basket. After en-
Joying a number of rubbers of
bridge, delicious refreshments were
served. Among those who enjoyed
Mrs. Putnam's hospitality were:
Mrs, Charles Chaulker, Mrs. sheedy,
Mlss Cordelia Ollmnn MIrs Laura Alb
erton. Miss Isnbcllo Cooner. ' MM
Irene Cooper. MIrs Ituth McCho.mpv.
Miss tlerlha McChcsney, Miss Hulh
Poper. Miss Myrtle Schumin. Mist
Hoslo Herbert, Miss Thclma Murphy,
Miss Jessie Kennedy, Mlxs Wllhclmtna
Tcnncy, Miss Able tlromlny. Ml mi
Paulino Schacfcr, MIbs I). Damon,
Miss Vera Damon, Miss Kdna Henry,
Miss Constanco Hcstarlck, Miss Ituth
Anderson. Miss llllmn Wlilte. Miss II.
White. Miss Allro llond, Miss Muriel
Hind, Miss Martha Tultorh, Miss Mar
garet Wadcman, Miss Margaret Ccu
On Tbursday MIki Irwin wss tho
gti"t of tioii'ir at ii vrv imiarl nn I
merry luncheon over -which MIbs
Mary KVeney presi'lcl. In hrr Hu'li'ti
tin street home. Pcli'os thn on of
hon-ir. tb" gnosis Ineliided: Mesdanins
IlaUwin Wood. Wsltir S, Vn-lln. O
vlllo PrBtt; tho Mlsso Jull-i l.ang
horno, Marian Nrwhatl, Alexandra
I Hamilton, Isabel Spragun. Margarci
Oalhoun. KHinbelh Nowimll, Marian
A dcllgbirul yimitnr spin as en
joyed over this weekend by Mr. mil
Mrsi Ilaldwln Wood. Miss Heleno Ir
win nnd Chnrles Tcmpleton Crocker.
They made tho run from Friday until
1 ... ., . . MLb ,l , 1 ' UW "
, Z ',: i, n ' m,,, ,,' ''' evening through tho plrlun.s
Niivim,., v, mu,,,i,. ,, . . annnm rnnnlv. MM,
.. ," uLi-iiiLniii. ...'.. .. i'luo part
"cr""'. '".'" "l .. "'"" '"vu Wood Is nn Ideal chaperone nnd one of
Fisher, Miss C. Short; Messrs. Ainu
Ronton, Cyrcl Damon, Atberton Rlrh
ards, Arthur Restarlck, Cyril Hook.
William Hoogs, William Oudlkerk,
Marcus Monserrnt, Ivan Ornham,
William Schuman, Mnrstnn Campbell.
WatBon Ballentyne, Vernon To'nney,
Mclnerny. i Donald Ross, Charles McWayno, Sea-
James Me. i bur? 8hort. Alfred Young. Aloxandor
Air. 1 Anderson i-Tann moors, vinccni uen-
ones, uoweu uon'i. I'Tancis wooiier,
Paul Wlthlngton, Arthur Oilman. Os
wald Hind, Henry Hind. Kdwln Olbb,
fleorgo Ronton. Mr. Dawklns. Fred
erick Wllhlngton, William Morgan,
Henley Chapman, William Chapman,
II. Ashford, and others.
Tho Pnlolo Social Club met Thurn-
lho smart young matrons who Is con
tinually naked on theso delightful
country trips. .
Hlshop hnd Mrs. Henry llond H.
larlck announced tho cm;iKcm',nt of
their daughter. Miss Conslnnco, to Mr.
Paul Wlthlngtnn or this city. Or-lv
tho Intlmntc girl friends wero Invlir-d
lo the tea. Miss netarlck and Mr
Paul Wllhlnglon aro both iHipular n-"
dally, nnd arc receiving the bo it
wishes of a host of friends.
Mr. und Mrs. Ilcrnnn Focke are
"tnylnc nt th beach, nt the D.ivlcs'
home nt Walklkl. (
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