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RVBN1N0 TU'IXBTIN. HONOLULU, T. I!.. SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 1910.
IT Is custonary for Mr. anil Mrs.
Edward Tcnnc)' to entertain their
relatives and Intimate friends on
Thanksgiving Day. Thursday)
proved "no exception to the
rule" for twenty-four guests wcro
bidden to celebrate, this annu.il ccm.
Dinner wag served at seven o'clock;
as the guests entered the beautiful
dining room, there were exclamations
of admiration and delight on be
holding tho unique and artistic dec
orations. Mrs. Tcnney calls this her
"Hawaiian Thanksgiving," for all tho
embellishments of the table pertained
to tho Islands. In the center of the
hoard, was a mammoth koa calabash,
filled with large red apples tho fruit
was so red that they almost looked as
If nature could not have done nil tho
brilliant coloring, but that someone
had assisted, by painting them.
Strands of Hawaiian malle, were
cleverly twined "In and out" nmone
tho fruit. Tho Hawaiian Christmas
berry, which possesses a glossy green
leaf, and red berry used as an
leaf, and red berry were
used as an adornment. targe lau
hala fans, bent to represent bas
kets, were placed at tho ends of tho
table. This was quite a clover device,
and much moro artistic than the con
ventional basket, that Is so universal
ly used for decorating These Improvis
ed baskets were filled with tho Hawaii
an berries, the arrangement was good,
berries apparent!) were carelessly plac
ed, and seemed to bo falling over tho
sides upon tho snowy cloth. Mrs. Tcn
ney Is noted for her artistic gift as n
decorator her work Is so clever ntvl
artistic, that Its beggars description,
one has to see It. to bo thoroughly
appreciative. All her former enter
tainments have been beautiful, but
this week's dinner, surpassed tho for
mer ones. From the center of tho
benmed roiling, was suspended a col
ossal basket of rare maiden hair
ferns, on the left side of the basket,
broad red satin rlblxm was caught.
and Imped to one of the lauhala bas
kets, tho ends of these strenmers wcro
cleverly knotted In fancy bows. These
bow- knots, peeping from amongst tho
berries, mndo a pretty arrangement,
Around the ccntor piece, these sacr
let berries wcro arranged In nn Irre
gular design, sprays were Indlscrlm
Inntcly strewn over tho tabic, almost
obscuring the snowy covering, and ex
hibiting a much desired holiday ef
fects. Tied Hawaiian tulips, holding
red candles, were dotted hero nnd
there among tho berries when
lighted produced nn old fnshloncd.
Thanksgiving c!Tect--for that was the
artificial light used by tho Hawallans,
when electricity was unknown In tho
The favors for tho men wcro minia
ture koa calabashes, containing 11 clg
ar, a package of cigarettes and u liov
of matches. Much merriment wnJ
occasioned, when the male persua
sion beheld these unique trophies.
Dainty lauhala baskets, the handles
wound with red Batln ribbon, and the
sides adorned with dainty bows of J
me same, wcro tho dinner favors for
These baskets were filled with can
dy, nuts and raisins. The placo cards
were monogrammed In gold. Other
bon bona wero placed an the table,
representing Hawalan carrots, filled
with candy. This entertainment will
go down In tho annals of society as
ono of tho most unique nnd enjoyable
affairs ever given In Honolulu. Af
ter tho dinner, the assemblage ad
journed to the drawing room, where
Mr. Clarcnco Waterman sang several
vocal selections, Miss Violet Mnkee
played and Mr. yernon Tenney sang.
Among thoso present were Mr. and
Mrs, Edward Tcnnoy, Mrs. Helen
Noonan, Miss Wilhelmlna Tcnney, Dr.
and Mrs. George Herbert, Mr. nnd
Mrs, nilllson. Miss Violet Makeo, Miss
Itoflo Herbert, Mrs. Julio Mncfar
lane, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Holloway,
Mrs. M. K, Tcnney, Mrs, Wnlter Olf-
fard. Miss Kellner, I.t, Robinson, Mr.
Clarcnco Waterman, Mr, Vernon Tpn
ney, Mr. Will Hoth and Mr. Marcus
llllllson, Mrs. fleorgo Drown.
Scores of dancers congregated at
the Moana Hotel Thanksgiving eve
ning and participated in the in'
formal "hop," Prior to the dancing
numerous dlnnors were given nt the
Moana. Knnl's excellent orchestra
furnished the music Mr, Clark, who
People of open mind having Dla
betcu or having friends who have,
can hear of something to their ad
vantage If they will call. Helpful
diet list free.
HONOLULU- Dltim CO., LTD.
VIOLINIST TO APPEAR IN RECITAL
MRS. A. B. INGALLS WILL BE HEARD
Mrs. Ingalls, after a period of study abroad, will give a re
cital next Tuesday night at the Opera House, assisted by
Mrs. Riley Harris Allen, soprano, and Miss Elsa Werth
Tho event of the coming week mtisl- favorite' with tho most critical musi
cally nnd ono of tho events of tho ml gatherings, anil maile her violin
)ear Is the recital to bo given nt tho
Opera House next Tuesday night un
der the auspices of tho Kllohaua Art
Tho League will pieseut Mrs. Ar
thur Durdettc lllgalls. violinist, in the
recital, assisted by Mrs. Ulley Hni
rls Allen, coloratura soprano, and
Miss lilsu Wcrthmiiellcr, accompan
ist. The program is ono of tho most
important ever presented to Honolulu
music lovers. Inasmuch ns It serves
to bring befmc them Mrs, Ingalls, al
ways a great favorite and now frcs.li
from study abroad, and to Introduce
Mrs, Allen, who has already estab
lished her reputation in Ilnston and
In tho northwest ns n soprano singer
of marked ability. It serves also to
re-Introduce Miss Werthniuellcr,
whose accompanying has nlways been
a feature of recitals where sho has
Mrs. Ingalls, on her return voyngo
homo, faxored many mainland cities npplnuso. and nfter hor splendid ren
with her playing and Invariably won dlllon or tho Vlciixlemps Fantnslo.np
hlgh pralso from critics. Tho follow, passlonnla, tho nudlcnco seemed
Ing press notices are Indicative of tho much dlsnpiiolnlcd nt her refusnl to
general tnno of reception wherever iesrtind to their repeated nnd ompha
Bhe appeared tip demands for nn encore. Seattle
Mrs. Ingalls has proved horsclf n Times.
has Just returned from tho
sang several boIos that woro en
thusiastically llBtcr'd to by tho
numerous guests. They were so en
thusiastic that, this gifted singer
was compelled io respond to numer
ous encores. At nine o'clock' thp,;
dancing began in ithe. east ill nine
room, Tint evening was .dellKbJfyl
and cool and, every ono HCcineditQtfia
In a mood for dilnMng. On thte oc
casion mnnv. exqulslto .gownsifvvcrtf
observed. Miss Sheeny, who Is n.
guest at tho Moana. looked- bemiltt
ful In nn nprjcot tatln, cut in the
latest mode trimmed In real lace.
Miss Annie Graham was a picture lit
a white embroidered gown with
touches, of cerise. The bandau of and Mrs. Tlmberlnko, Major and ? ' '"",rle' hoxioi and by the whole
cerise velvet worn In her hair was.'jlra. Stevens, Captain nnd Mrs.!" , cntted. Then cniuo mln
extremely becoming. Miss Mndlson, Uauisey, Lt. and Mrs. Kingsbury,'," , ,, ""lI ,lnno selections,
of San Francisco looked stunning m'fs Annlo (irahain, Mr. and Mrs.l ,., "",f nn1 ynrlo"a ir stunts
In pale pink nepo re Chine, with Frank Damon, Miss Vera Damon.1 )va ,,"" , y I,,(1",1 '"8o present be-
sllviir Irlinnilnus. Miss Vera Damon
was clad In white chiffon over whlto
Batln, with garnlturi'S of tiny pink
roses. Mrs Tlinberlake looked beau-
tlful In whlto lace. Align Mills of
Pasadena looked extremely hand-
Fiimo in pink satin, n silver haiiilnrwinimiis. 'Mitv Mills -of- I'flsailpiin.iHiipjJJiiMrAHiHFw VeniVi i .
: ' -.
last evening tell with triumphant cni'
phiisls what tho violinist In tho
"Tales of a Wnysldo Inn" describe)
as tho joy, tho lament, tho triumph,
tho lament tho exultation nnd the
pain of nil true nil. Tncoma News.
Mrs. Ingalls, violin virtuoso, Is nil
that her Haltering picss notices liavo
snld f her. Although much was ox
pocted of her playing, she moro than
filled every expectation, reinnrkablo
ti-clmlquo and fino Interpretation be
ing evident In, every difficult number
undpi.tnkcn. Olympian, (Olympln,
Mrs. Ingalls takes her nrt serious
ly nnd her playing reveals an artistic
temperament nnd nn excellent technl
quo; (die draws a full warm lono from
her instrument nnd seems to possess
the nocessnry requisites of a violin1
1st In' a high degree Seattle Nows.
Mrs. Ingalls was received with great
wns worn In her hair, which en
hnnied her beauty. Mrs. llauer of
California woro n canary colored
sill, ciepe over satin; this was nn
Imported gown and was vory chic,
Mltls lliooU of Stin Francisco look
ed, 'dainty and pictty In crepo do
Miss Lowls looked stunning
In, a Parisian gown of pink peau
da riepo over pink satin. Miss Uraro
'ftoliprtFon worn n whltn silk linnvllv
hrfyldctcd, Mrs. Fredorlck .Unm-
ney waVii picture In whlto lace ove'r
atirC7Mlss Itay Hell woro a beau-
tlful gown of lavonder, embroider. "" i"msiy ngrceu that on tho oc
cd. Mrs. Kingsbury woro a beau- fn,8l" "" gentlemon woro to entor-
.tlful gown of palo blue.
.Among thoso proscnt wcro Major
MIsh Cirnen UnlmrlMin. Mlks llrnnks
of San I'iniiclsco, Miss and
SIipim1 of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mis.
llnl im of Seattln, Mr. nnd Mrs.
llulliurt of Chicago, Mis. Illodgctt of
T'"r,"i. ,MJi-s,.Hiiv Hull, Miss Claire.
:t t: xx xx xx xx xx xx
XX ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED, XX
XX Mr. nnd Mrs. Tonncy's Dinner. XX
XX Mr. nnd Mrs. Illshop's Dinner. X!
II Mr. (icorgo llrown's Dinner It
tt Dance. St
JJ Mnjor and Mrs. Taster's Dinner, tt
l.ellcliu.i Drldgc Club. XX
XX Cnptnln and Mrs. Walcutt's Din- XX
XX nor. JJ
JJ I.lcut. nnd Mrs. Ilarton's Dinner. JJ
JJ Merit, nml Airs. Wlniiln's Dinner. JJ
JJ Mrs. Kocslcr's Dinner I'nity. JJ
JJ Captain and Mrs lxw's Dinner. JJ
JJ Mr. mid Mrs. Lowrcy's Dinner. JJ
JJ Thanksgiving Dance nt Moana. JJ
JJ Captain and Mrs. Ilamscy's Din- JJ
JJ ncr. JJ
JJ Judge nod Mrs. Nation's Dinner. JJ
JJ Mr. mid Mrs. Marx's Dinner. JJ
JJ Mrs. C. M. V Ouster's Ten. JJ
JJ Mr. nnd Mis. Wlchmnii's Dinner. JJ
JJ Miss Low's Launch Party. JJ
JJ Mrs. Hagcn's Dinner nnd Motor JJ
JJ Mrs, Coleman's Luncheon.
JJ Miss Alexander's Dinner.
JJ Mr. nnd Mrs. Madison's Dinner.
JJ Mrs. Orossmnn's Ilrldgc.
JJ Mrs Klnmp's Picnic Party.
JJ Wednesday Ilrldge Club.
JJ Mrs. Palmer's Ilrldgo Luncheon.
JJ Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillip's Dinner.
JJ Mrs. Stohlo's Luncheon.
JJ Mr. nnd Mrs. llnbertson'a Dinner
JJ Wnhlno Knpu Hub's Dinner.
JJ Captain nnd Mrs. Hobard's Din'
JJ Mrs! Chnrles Stohlo's Luncheon.
JJ Mr. nnd Mrs Palmer's Dinner.
JJ Mr. nnd Mrs. II. O. Plumiucr's JJ
JJ Dinner. jj
St Mr. nnd Mrs Prank Damon's Din- JJ
JJ nor. JJ
JJ Mr. and Miss Lowls Dinner. JJ
JJ Vogel-Wehster Nuptials. JJ
JJ Palolo Social Club's Dinner. JJ
jj jj ti n jj jj n it jj tt tt jj jj tt jj jt a
Mrs. McMillan t Oakland,' Mr. nnd
Mrs. II, O Plummcr, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Day of Idaho, Mr. nnd Mrs. Madison,
Miss Madison of San Francisco. Miss
Kiithorlno Stephens, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Cummins of Oakland, Miss Hook of
Pasadena, Mr. and Mrs. Schlfl, Miss
llealy of San Francisco. Mr. fnd
Mrs. Lewis of San Francisco, Mr.
and Mrs. chniles Chllllngworth,
Mrs, Short of Chicago, Lts. Sahn,
llurroll, Kllgore, Price, Messrs. Oli
ver Lansing, Hcdemnn, Irwin, Lnr
son, Stanton, Cushmnn. Carter,
Kirkpatrlck, llcrt Clark, Judge Per
ry. Jack Young, Cochran, C. D,
Wright, Humphreys, and others.
Palolo Club's Tliank'.ghlng.
Among tho ninety-eight millions of
people who celebrated Thanksgiving
Day thcro was no Jollier crowd than
tho ono that gathered under tho hos
pitable roof of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Doyd, In I'ntolo valley. Tho dinner,
which of course, was the chief feature
of the occasion, was cooperative In its
nature, Inasmuch ar. It wns born,
reared, cooked nnd consumed under
the auspices of tho Palolo Socl.il Club.
For n number of days tho ladles of
tho club had, been vory mysteriously
passing between each other's homes
nnd the result wns mndo manifest
when thirty, ,:all told, sat down to the
grandest feast that mortal eyes ovor
behold or mortal tonguo over tasted.
It was at'' tho hour of four that
thoso present commenced to locate
their places' around tho thirty odd
feet of good things nnd fiom then on
courso aftcf rourso ennio tripping
along till n tab on them censed to ox
1st and tho initial courso wns lost In
the dim past.
Not forfeiting tho cnuso of tho oc
casion nn invocation wub offered nnd
from then on it was all guess work.
Ono of tho members of tho club was
appointed tonstmastor nnd between
tho courses each gentleman present
was called on for a few remarks up
proprlnte to tho occasion. At tho fin
ish of each' cpurso tho numbers held
uy tho gcntcmen
shook up nnd drawn and tho consc-
quenco was that each person nt tho
tablo had n now partner for thq noxt
't was well Into the night boforo
tno "rat chair was pushed back and
,ho "oor cleared for u two step. It
, n l" '",lle8 nn'l they did It to the
, .wor" ",onS at Hno. Songs, solo,
.. ... . "iu m move,
It W'as rlnsn In II, .. i.ai.i... .
I . i .. . "iitlllllg 0111
i, lnn f, ,,, , , .
1 : """n w joineu ror the
Usual sonir nn ci.ni .
Aiiioiib tlmsn iin.on .. . "".ubioii
MrH. Sl,i,.w,n.' .,.'... '":"""
Mr, and Mis (irii'itstnn m. -.'.i,. '
I -M I1IH1
Mrs. HUku, Mr. and Mrs. Foster, Mr.
null MrB. Wolff, Mrs. M. A. Wright,
Mis. Clear, Mrs. Patten, Miss Hicks,
Mr. Clydo Wright, Mr. Julius Schoen
Ing, Miss Dorothy Ornilston, Miss
Paulino Merrill, Miss Irmn Patten,
Miss .Muriel Pnttcn, Master Murray
Ileinfrigcr, -Master 'John Foster, Mns
tcr Orlando Schocnlng, Mnster Doug
Tho Punnhou , Prcparntory.jchool
mndo Its unniinlThanksglvlnp! orfer-Ini-
on Wodnesdiiv. The children
throughou't'llie sctioill ,cotitrlbiiol,oM-'
Miles of alb sorts, from potitforvr. to
penches, tvhlcli piled high bIx, tables.
A Inrgo sum of money wns nlso conJ
trlbulcd. Tho food nnd money will bo
distributed among the charitable or
ganizations of the city, most of tliuin
going to tho Associated Charities,
Tho cxcrcltcs wero unusually up
prnprliita. Tableaux with rccltutlvc
giving n history of Thanksgiving eni-
phnslzlng nnd broadened the Thanks
giving spirit. There wcro under the
direction of Miss Williamson nnd
Miss Johnson. Kttth Stacker told the
story of Thnnksglvlng nnd called forth
tho fairies nnd characters and Until
Fnrrlngton took the part of the child
to whom tho tale was being told. The
other parts wcro Ceres and Dcmctor,
Helen Wilder; tho Fairies, Kllzahcth
Hobdy, r.velyn Ilreckons, Maud San
ilcrsnn; Jcwcsq, Melo Williams; tho
Indian, Uiurn Iiw; Anglo-Saxon
maiden, Catherine Jones; Thanksgiv
ing, Hilda oti Holt; Puritans.. In
dians and other characters taken by
vnrlops students. The staging' wni
excellent. Tho music wns given .by
tho choir nnd by tho Fifth and Sixth
.grades. A violin trio, pn)ctl by Kvn
Fockc, Wlllard Abies, agd lllakcly
McStockcr, was a most pleasing num
ber. Mr. and Mrs. Faxon Bishop's Dinner.
Hod tulle and Hawaiian Christmas
berries, formed an oxqulsllo decora
Hon for tho dinner nt which Mr. and
Mrs. L, Faxon lilsliop presided ut on
Thumb) last. The center plcco wns
foimcd of these beirlcs. knots of
wldo crimson ribbon was cleverly
placed amongst the berries, the
broad streamers trailing over tho
dnmnsk cloth, wlillo thickly strewn
over table, wns long fronds of maiden
hair ferns. Ilnndbonio silver cnudcln
bra, with flllgrco silver shades, lined
with red satin, lent added benuty to
tho adornment of the tnblo. Tho con
tin) chandelier, with Its numerous In
candescent lights, wns veiled with, 'red
MiK nine. mo placo cards were
hand painted and were both unique
and appropriate. After dinner brldgo
whist wns Indulged In until n late
hour. Among thoso present were: Mr.
nni Mrs. E. Faxon lilsliop, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Focko, Miss Walker.
Mis. Elizabeth Mcllrydo, Miss Agnes
Walker, Mr. qnd Mrs. Frederick Klo
linhn, Mr. nnd Mrs Ocorgo Itndlck,
Mr. Paul Iscnberg, Mr. H. Wntkor,
Mr. Frank Armstrong, Mr. Sam Wal
ker nnd others.
Mrs. Joseph Center announces the
engagement of her daughter, .Miss Nn
dine Loulso to Mr. Kdwnrd Ellis
Hodgo. Mr. Hodge tins resided In
Honolulu for nbout two yoars nnd oc
cupies tho rcsionslblo position ns
manager nnd head salesman In .the
vim Hninm-Young Oarage. Iloth of
theso young peoplo nro very popular
In Honolulu and nro being showered
witn good wishes and congratulation
by their numerous friends.
Mrs. Mecdhani of Canada Is tho
guest of Mrs. Clnlro Williams ut her
homo ut Wnlklkl.
Captain and Mrs. Ramsey's Dinner,
'Ihursilay cenlng, Captain nnd
Mis. 1'icderlck Augustus Itniusoy cn
tcrtalncd at dinner In honor of LleU'
lenant and Mrs. Hoss Kingsbury. Tho
fnvors wero realhery turkeys mounted
on V. S. Marino Corp cards, which
woro fitting nioincntos for Thnnksglv
lng Day. A Inrgo cut glliss bowl oc
cupied tho center of tho tnblo. filled
with scarlet iiolnsettas.
Tho entire color scheme for tho din
nor was In rod tho bonbons salads.
etc., being In this holiday color. Af
ter dinner tho host nnd hostess at
tended tho hop at tho Moana Hotol.
Among thoso present nftlio dinner
wcro Captnln and Mrs. Hnmsoy, Lieu
tonnnt and Mrs. Hoss Kingsbury, Miss
Knthcrlno Stephens, Lieutenant Fred
Kllgoro nnd others.
Captain and Mrs. Low's Dinner.
Ono of tho most beautifully nii
polntcd cntcrtuliimonts of tho week,
was tho dlnnor given by Captnln and
Mrs. I.ow, Thursday .jovcnlng, as u
Thanksgiving celebration. i,iJ)lnncr
was Kcrved at soven o'clock ut their
nttiactlvo homo on Nuiianu nvenuo.
In tho ccijter of thetalJJo wns a
centerpiece, rnmposod of Hawaiian
frultB, In cornucopia fa6lion." Mlnlu
turo turkeys nrrnngod on standards,
wero placed around tho hltractlvo ta
blo. Tho dinner favors for tho wo
men folk, wero largo bunches of yel
low chrysanthemums tlid with broad
satin ribbon. Among thoso present
wcro Captain nnd Mrs. Low, Major
nnd Mrs, Neville, Mujor and Mrs.
Tlmberlake, Major and Mrs. Wlnslow,
Mr. Ilnlph Forster, tho English Con
sul to Hawaii.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowrey's Dinner,
At their beaullful mountain homo,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fredoilck Jowctt Uiw
rov cntei tallied at an enjoyable
TlinnkfRlrliiB dinner. This hnino h
llunled nt qultp nn' elovntlnn, eonsp.
qucntly Thursday evening was very
cool und reminded tho guests of n
"California holiday." Tho gathering
around the large fire place, after tho
repast, proved oulto n novelty. Tho
house throughout wns decorated with
led mountain berries. The table was
especially beautiful In Its ornamen
tation of scarlet, in tho center of
the large table was placed n largo
wreath of the Hawaiian borrlci, at
each end of this attractive board.
wcrc'ilnccd largo plates filled with
f i lilts nnd ornamented with red ber
ries. 'Among Ihmo who enjoyed Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Jowctt lowrey's
hospitality were: Mr. ond Mrs. Al
fred Castle. Mr. and .Mrs. A. F. Grif
fiths. Doctor nnd Mrs. Moore, Miss
bin Konkp. Miss Snow nnd Mis
Fiord. Mr. Fred I.nwrcy, Mr. Slier
wood Lowrey and others.
Mlts Grzce Robertson's Bridge.
Miss Grace ltobertson will cntcrtnln
Tuesday afternoon nt cards, compli
mentary to her sister. Miss Lillian
HobcrMon, the bride elect of Mr. Wnl
laco of Hawaii.
Mr. George Brown's Dinner Dance.
. Miss Alice Cooke wns tho coinpll
mented guest nt n dinner dance given
by Mr. George Drown at his home In
Nuiianu Valley. Tho tablo was gor
geous In scnrlct exorlcs and smllax.
This entertainment wns n ik)I siippe'
the long tnblo was ladcned with
Hawaiian delicacies. During tho re
past Kaal's quintet club sang Hawaii
nn nlrs tills popular orchestra also
furnished music for tho dnnclii3.
which wns Indulged In shortly nRer
the supper, nml continued until n late
hour. Among IIiomo present wero
Mr. and MrB. Carl Holloway Miss
Allco Cooke, Mr. and Mrs, Harold
Cnstlo. Mr. and Mrs. Hlchnrd Cooko.
Mis. George llrown, Miss Annlo Orn
ham. Miss Wilhelmlna Tenney, Miss
Damon, Miss Jessie Kennedy, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Arthur Mackintosh, Doctor Ho
denian, Mr. Henry Damon. Mr. Hedo
nism. Mr. Uruco Cartwrlght, Jr., and
Mr. nnd Mr. Itnlicrtinn's Dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorgo ltobertson en
tertained nt dinner Thanksgiving
evening. Covers wcro arranged for
ten. The tablo was fragrant with
American Ileaiity roses. After dinner
nn Impromptu musical program wns
Miss Lconlo Iahl Vogcl became
the hrldo of Mr. Charles Marmndiikn
Webster on Thursday evening, No
vember tho twenty-fourth. This pret
ty ceremony took place nt the bride's
home; thc-marrlngo servlco was per
formed by the Ilevcrend Wndman of
the Methodist church. The color
scheme- for the wedding wns white
and green. This home presented n
floral bower. The brldo Is a tall wil
lowy blonde, nnd Is very pretty. Her
bridal robo of whlto was extremely
becoming. Tho slstor of the bride,
Miss Eleanor Vogel, was tho only at
tendant. Mr. Gertz acted ns best man.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Webster will live on
Tho Iloynl Academy of Dancing held
n mnsqiierado ball on Thanksgiving
night which proved a success In every
respect, nbout forty or fifty couples
dant-cd and marched and mndo merry
In costumes thnt were pretty bizarre
or comical, there wcro High School
girls, Indian maidens tennis girls
cowboys, Mexicans, tramps, monkeys
At 10 o'clock tho prize winners were
announced and tho following woro
awarded prizes: Unites handsomest
costume, Mrs. E. A. Jncobson, "Vio
lets;" gontlcmen's handsomest cos
tume. Mr. Deckowsky Mexican; most
comical costume. Mrs. F. Noyes,
Clown; most comical gentlemen, Mr,
C, Dickie. A special prlzo was award
ed Miss Evelyn do la Nux, who repre
sented the McKlnlcy High School.
Tho following desorvo special men
tion: Mrs. J. Walker. Miss S. do In
Nux Mrs. K. Hopper. Mrs. Sack. Miss
M. Wright, Mrs. Illddlnger, Miss C
Danlolson. Messrs. K. Hopper. K.
Shloher E. Jarobson, W, Hartung nnd
Mr. St. Johns.
Mrs. Grossman's Bridge Party.
Mrs. Morris Grossman entertained
Tuesday, nt ono of tho most plcasnnt
soelnl function of tho week. Mrs
HPCKor and Mrs. Maxwell .of San
I-rnnelsco wcro tho honored guests nt
this entertainment. Tho afternoon
wns dovotcd to brldgo nnd prizes of
dainty silk hos'cry wero awarded nt
ench Initio, to tho guest possessing
tho highest score, Tho fortunate ones
wero Mrs. Humphreys, Mrs. Phillips
Miss Josslo Kennedy and Mrs. Lnns
Ing. After tho nwardment of tho prl
cs uciicious rciresnmcnts woro serv
ed. Among thoso present wcro Mrs,
Grossman, Mrs. Decker, Mrs. Max
well, Mrs. Edward Tenney. MrB.
Mannlo Phillips, Mrs. Helen Noonnn,
Mrs. Frank Richardson, Mrs, Chnrles
llryant Cooper, Mrs. George Herbert,
Airs. Harry Mnrlln Hepburn, Mrs,
Nowby, Mrs, Peck, Mra. Wall, Mrs.
F, J. C. Hagcns, Miss Jessie Kennedy,
Mrs. James Doughorly, Mrs. Frcdcr
Ick Damon, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Hum
phreys, Mrs. Lansing, tors. Goorgo
Angus, Mrs. Frederick Klclmhn. Mrs
Halstead, Miss Green, Mrs. Lackland,
Mrs. Palmer's Luncheon.
Mrs, F. J. C. Hagcns wns tho com
pllmented guest nt n luncheon Hint
was given today, by Mis. John Palmer
nl hor linmo at tho Citurthind This
luivato establishment Is an Ideal setting
for any Piilprlnlninenl, Mis, Palmer's
Imsplinlity is prnVeiblnl. 'for she- bo -
longs to an old mil prominent Ha
waiian family who weio ndtoil tor
their entertainments, ciinstAlueiitly
this hostess has Inherited her gift
for cntertnlnlng. At this enjoyable
luncheon covirs were laid for eight.
In the center of tho Inrgo tnolo was
observed n largo fancy basket veiled
with tulle, tho hnnilli wns ornamented
with a laigc'brtwkiiot. Plnlc,t carna
tions wcic' arranged In h'Bruccful
fashhn under this veilings; cVimblned
with Ausirnllnn maiden ha'lf, ferns,
Oveihcail fiom the chandelier, weio
drawn strenmers- of tho '"H0' "l0
ends of lliese lilllowy nffalrM, wero
finished with bow knots. Dainty car
nations and maiden hair ferns wcro
strewn over the tnblo, nrtindal lights,
consisting of pink candles.' IjTsot'lng
of heavy silver cnndelnbrit "ntldcd to
tho beauty of the table, r-rjic placo
cnnls wcro dalllt)' affairs of phlo pink
satin, ornamcnlcil with pink' carna
tions. After partaking of n delicious
luncheon, the hostess nnd har-gnoshi
devo'cd tho afternoon to the nil nb-
sorblng game of bridge. Among Mm.
Palmer's guests were the Princess Ka
lanlnnaole, Mrs.' Jlagens. Mrs.' Freder
ick KIcIirIiii. Mrs. Wllllnm 'William
aon nco Ada Hhoilcs, Mrs. Allco '
llrown. Mrs. Jnnica Dougherty nnd
Mrs. A. Falko and jifhcrs.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Grnlmm's Dinticr.
At their pretty homo In -.Minion
Valley, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Graham
entertained at dinner Thursday cvo
nlng. Scarlet cxurlns mndo u beau
tiful decoration combined with
smllax. The place cards weio wa
ter (olor scenes. Aflcr dinner tho
host, hoMoss nnd their guests play
ed bridge. Among those present wero
Mr, nnd Mrs. Grnljnm, Doctor and
Mis. Andrews of thin C"'lcgoif Hiy
wall, Miss lllalr, Mdss Sheffield and
Mies Louise Lucas.
The ptiirtland Vv'eilncsilny eve
ning brldgo club met oil ..Wednes
day evening, his club Is proving
nn enjoyable nrfnlr.' At each meet
ing pretty prizes fjiru awarded to
those possessing tnc mguctsc score.
Miss Alexander's Dinner. v
Out of compliment to n dozen
friends Miss lln'en Alexander en
tertained nt a dinner Saturday eve
ning nt her nrtlstlc bungalow; wlilrli
Is situated In Nuiianu Valley. Miss
Mcxander Is ono 6f our foremost
hortl tilturlsts, und is noted for her
meat success' in tho raising. i')t roses.
On Saturday evening tills homo was
fragrant with roses. The dining
loom wns embowered with thcru
Hwcct-scenled flowcrr) ' lA'nlinlr
fern was nlro artistically Introduced
In tlie"decnrntlnn. jUlcr dinner tho
hostess and her guchts adjourned to
tho drawing room, fwhero nn Im
promptu miiBlcal program waa ren
dered. Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Damons' Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damon en
tertained Informally nt dinner on
Thursday evening lit tho Moana Ho
tel. Pink loses nnd smllax mndo n
beautiful tablo d6coratlon.v Covers
wcro arranged for fclx.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillins' Dinner.
Red roses mado a fitting doTorntlnu
for tho dinner which was given on
the twenty-fourth of this month by
Mr. and Mrs, Mnunle Phillips. Cov
ers were arranged for eight. After
dinner the leiuuliider of tho evening
was -devoted to music und bridge.
Mrs. Forsters' Tea.
Wednesday afternoon Mia. C. M.
V. Forster entertained ut nn In
formal tea which was glvon In hon
or of Mrs. Donald Ross. This cn
tei tnlnment wns mostly u neighbor
hood affair, tho guests being inot.lly
Xfnnoa Valley residents. Tho Key
note of Informality made tho gath
ering particularly enjoyable. Tho
bouse was fragrant with hot liouso
plants and ferns. Tho hostess ro.
eel veil In tho drawing room. About
thirty guests wero present.
Judge anil Mrs. Halloa's Dlnnrr.
Judge nnd Mrs. Ilallou entertained
a coterie of friends at tho Unlvorclty
Club Thursday dvoning. Jacqueminot
roses and Australian maidenhair
adorned tho tab)o,
Mr. and Mrs. .'. M. V. Foiater spent
Thankhglvlng day nt Ilalclwn as tho
guests of Mr. und Mrs. CIIITord Klin
ball. Mrs. Forster will not loturn to
town until tho first of tho week.
Major ami Mrs. Purdy hnvo Icised
tho Sam Parker placo, ut thq head of
Manoa Valley, and will mnvo Into
their now residence tliullrst of noxt
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