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MILITARY BALL IS
Ball An Event of Summer Season Music By Fifth Cavalry
Band Adds Zest to Dancing Elite of City Out In Force.
NQUKSTIONABLY without a
parallel In the nodal annals
of llonolulit t the military
ball Riven by the officers anil
Indies of Fort linger, Thurs
day etening. Tho memory of
this affair will not only linger Indcl
finitely In tho minds of those present
on account of the brilliancy of Inn
function, for tho unlnupncjh of the
setting made n tltld Impression on
the guests for tho exterior of the
club house Bltuatcd near the sea, was
made to resemble u scene In Venice
The club house Is built oter a lagoon
each side of the fence was hung with
electric lights, shaded by Venetian
lanterns the long narrow Hawaiian
pleasure boats, resemble some what
at night, tho gondolas of Venice, as
nirlads of these crafts lighted b
Venetian lanterns piled up and down
fho lagoon, with the whole scene soft
ly flooded by n luminous moon, tho
representation was perfect of a Vene
tian picture The Inside of the ball
room was characteristic of the tropics
ordinarily llio sides of this room
i are not enclosed, but tm Thursday
' cloning the cocoanut palm was nrtls
i tlcally introduced to form en enclos
ure, Intermingled with tapestries and
Italian hangings. On tho west Bldo
was built a long and wide gallery
that was used as a promenade. This
latter place was fitted with Turkish
and Persian hangings and rug. Com
fortable dttaua and easy chairs were
placed, so that those wlio did not care
to Indulge In tho terpslchorean art,
could watch the graceful dancers for
tho placing of the palms wcro so clev
erly arranged that one could tako up
irk," r ' a Pos'on and view the distinguished
M$i VU. company tho women In their oxquls-
iM , 3 lln fnn na mnl ft. a nlDnnni In ll.ulp
$ .glittering uniforms, with (ouches of
gold braid and gold buttons and tho
civilians In Immaculate etenliif nt-
"t tiro; as they moved with measured
steps, to tho muslcnl .acrompanlnienti
of tho Fifth Cavalry Hand It was' Hough of Stockton, California, was
Indeed A spcctaclo thai any one would' clad In a pretty gown of whlto chlf
derlve enjoyment from watching. At fn, with broad whlto fcajln stripes;
, one end of tho promenade a delicious
punch wns served by it corps of Orlen
p tals. A, patriotic touch was git on
( to tho decorations, b means of large
silken American flags, for "Old Olorj"
, Is never forgotten by the -American
' ' who has chosen to follow tho flag.
i; The dressing rooms and the canopy
from tinder which (ho supper was
scrted, woro dressed In flags. Shortly
after nine o'clock the guesls began to
s$ arrlvo and wcro recoiled at tho cn-
tranco with a hospitable greeting by
Major Edward J. Tlmbcrlnkc, com
mandant of Fort nuger After leav
ing the dressing rooms one Joined the
long receiving line and waited their
opportunity to pay (heir respects (o
i t (he receiving nartv. who stood In tho
I .. southeast corner of (bo room, midst
. n bower of tropical palms, Khlllm
hangings and Tekke, Saraband, Ber-
gamo and Soumak rugs made an e-
Tjulslto back ground for tho set en
'handsome women. Mrs. Montgomery
i Macomb nsslstcd tho women of Fort
Rugcr In rccolving their numerous
guests. Mrs. Macomb looked regal In
. i white satin, pmbroldored In silver and
crystal beads Tho General's wlfnhaj
$ won tho Honolulu folk In- her cruel-
vousness and affability of manner al
though she Iian heen In tho Islands but
a5few montlis, sho Is universally ad
mired by all who havo met her Mrs
Bdtvard J. Tlmbcrlako Is another uni
versal social favorite: on Thursdav
jfevenjng she wa3 radiantly beautiful In
uuiuu iucil-ui tuiu wiiu suvur iruu-
iiiiiiBK. iiur uiuuuo typi oi ueuuty
was set off to perfection In this hand
some creation Long stemmed Easter
Hllles 'were carried. Only a tall
graceful women and one possessed of
perfect poso could carry such a largo
bouquet and obtain the result of add-
,-ed'lieauty to (ho toilette. Mrs, Harry
Wilbur was clad In an oxqulslto croa
BtjOjn of white chiffon oor white satin
Lwljh an Inlet band of embroidery of
seed pearls. This costume was ono
.oMho most admired and moBt strik
ing. Mrs. Johnson was. handsome In
whlto laco ovor satin, with crystal
rlmmlngs; Mrs, Clark woro a gown
of bluo satin with an ovcrdross of
chlfftm, embroidered in shades of pink
With n touch Of blue, resulting In n
Frcnrhv effect. Mrs Wllllnma una n
tiicturc of lotellnoss In white naflnJ
embroidered In a Grecian design cf
gold; violets were worn In tho cor
sage and gold bauds were artistically
arranged In her blondo coiffure. I.ast
but not least In tho receiving lino was
Mrs. Turner. Her flower like bcauty
was accentuated by her costume of
whlto chiffon oter while satin, with
bands of sliver. Near the receiving
party was a large Venetian tray, filled
with dance programs, ornamented
with conventional designs In the hm
tlllcry red ttllh red pencils attached
by a cord In tho same shade.
Among the handsome costumes ob
served was that of Miss Kdlth Cow lea,
daughter of Admiral Cowles, the cos
tume of whlto chiffon over white sat
in was tho admiration of many, the
former fabric was embossed with n
border of cerise, touches of tho samo
color was noticed In tho bodlco com
blued with lace; Mrs. Gcorgo Shei
tnati wore an exquisite gown of while
peatt de crepe heally embroidered
with Wisteria blossoms, handsome dia
monds wcro worn; Mrs. James Hough
of Stockton, California looked very
handsome in black satin, with garni
tures of Jet: Mrs. James Wilder was
clad In a French gown of white lace,
with touches of black and a suspicion
of green, a long chain of pearls was
worn, all of Mrs. James Wlldcr's
gowns, are chic and becoming, the one
worn Thursday otcnlng was particu
larly j,o. Mrs. flurnhorn of Fort Shaf
ter looked handsome In black: Mrs
Eric Knudscn of Kauai was superbly
clad In cerlso satin, veiled with chif
fon of (ho samo color, tho French
oterdress was bordered with gold
fringe, a bandeau of rcrlsc was worn In
her hair Few women could stand
the simplicity of the costume and (ho
trying color, but Mrs. Knudsen was ti
beautiful picture; Mrs. Walter Cowles
woro a chic costume of black satin.
with ornaments of Jet; Miss Holon
Mrs. Druco Cartwrlght, Jr.. looked
stunning In whlto brocaded satin, with
an overdress of plain whlto satin, bor
dered with silver. Her colrturo wai
beautifully arranged with a band of
Bllcr, with a tnssel composed of sil
ver and Jewels. Ono of tho most beau
tiful women (hero was Mrs. Clifton
Carter, wlfo of Captain Caripr. Her
gown was of corn colored silk mullo
over satin with laco garnitures; Mrs.
John Stone of Fort Shatter was hand
somo In n black lace Paris gown, nnd
diamonds. Long hanging earrings. Bet
with theso precious stones woro worn.
Ml6s Marlon Scott looked well In
black laro over satin; Mrs. Putnam of
Fort Do tlussy was very pretty In
palo blue embroidery silk crepe with
a bandeau of tho samo shade In her
hair; Miss Kathcrlno Stephens was
ono of tho bollcs of the ball, hor cos
tume of white satin, with an over
dress of blue, embossed with pink
rosos was much admired; Mrs. Gard
ner Wilder was clad In a smart frock
of black lace, with a turban of cloth
of gold; Miss Helen North was beauti
ful In pale blue satin, embroidered In
pink and lavender, the flowers bolng
outlined with threads of gold; Mrs.jr"t,ml" L1(n't nnd Mrs tyrd, Mrs.
Frank B Edwards of tho annv looked' Johnstone, Lieut O'Connor, Llclit and
pretty In n soa-foam green ovor satin;
Mrs. Smllli of Fort Shatter woro apri
cot Batln; Mrs, Benjamin I Mnrx
woro n priceless gown of whlto satin,
embroidered In pearls with Venetian
point laco; Mrs. Neville looked regal
In an all black costume of satin; Mrs,
Joseph Sheedy woro an exquisite toll
otto, of blue satin, hoavlly embroider
ed. Mrs. Pratt lookod particularly
pretty In pink satin with laco; Mrs.
Joseph Oilman wa.s queenly In black
satin nnd laco; Mrs, Pardee of Fort
Shatter wore a handsomo whlto satin,
wllh a corsage of panslcs; Mrs. Clar
ence Short woro an oxqulslto gowi of
whlto satin with an overdress of
opalescent sequins, 'tho gown was
stunning and very becoming; Mrs
Newcomb's statuesquo beauty was
cvpn moro pronounced In a black bro
caded satin with an otordrcss of
black not embroidered In gold, with
gold frlngo. Tho Jowols worn were
heirloom, consisting of earrings nnd a
Inrcn brooch. Rnnnlnl. In .lnnlmi. nnt
MISS YSABEL COOPER
Whose Engagement to Lieut. Janies finds Announced.
with pearls, tourquolse and rubles, Tho
Jeweled bandeau of pearls mid brilli
ants waB ery handsonio; Mlh Agnes
Walker was ono of the most stunning
women there, In a setorcly plain but
elegant black satin with a suspicion
of French green on tho corsage. A
bandeau of green with a fringed Jet
tnssel, was chic, Mrs Campbell wlfo
of Major Campbell, was beau
tiful In satin, with an oxer-
dress of handsome lace; Mrs. Wallor
Frcar's costume was beautiful of white
satin, embroidered Ih 'sllter; MrB.
Wood, wlfo of Dr. Wood woro n beau
tiful black gown; Miss Atinlo Tucker
was considered one of (ho prettiest
girls thcro In her embroidered pfnk
chiffon gown, over satin; Miss Don-
ham wore n Now York creation of
whlto satin with pearl trimming; Mrs,
L. Tcnnoy Peck was stunning In a
hand-painted chiffon, ornamented with
pink roses; Miss Ixiutso Cllrard was
clad in lavender nnd ecru lace, Mrs
Scldcn Kingsbury's pink cropo tie
chlno, exquisitely embroidered was
much admired, Many handsoino cos
tumes wcro worn, In fact every ono
seemed to bo at their best and entorod
Into tho zest of tho affnlr. At clotoij
o'clock a delicious buffet supper was
sorted, after refreshments the danc
ing was resumed and continued until
a Into hour. Following Is a list of tho
Goternor und Mrs. Frenr, General
and Mrs. Macomb, Major and Mrs
Campbell, Captain nnd Mrs. Carter,
Lieut. Amtrows, Admiral and Mrs
Cowlos, Miss Cowles, Lieut Snhm, U
S. N., Capt. Falls, CapL and Mrs. Ed
wards, Major and Mrs. Davis, 'Major
and Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Baldwin,
Miss Konncdy, Major and Mrs Do
Witt, Captain and Mrs. Culler, Lieut,
and Mrs. Smith, Lieut, and Mrs. Dem
mer, Miss Drowning, Lieut, and Mis,
Johnstone, Lieut, and Mrs. Tultle,
Miss Zelglcr, Lieut. Howell, Captain
and Mrs. Cnoko, Mr mid Mrs. (iambic,
the Misses Ramble, Captain and Mrs,
Mrs. Watklns, Captain anfl Mrs, Wal
lace Mrs. l!oedle, Colonel Wilder, Col
onel Wheeler, Llout.-Col und Mrs
Foster, Major DiiirAu, Major and Mrs
Holbrook, Clmplnln Houlihan, Major
ana Mrs. waicutt. Major
Major and Mrs McClurc, Mts, Koch,
Captain nnd Mrs. Kocstcr, Caplnln
und Mrs Orion, Captain nnd Mrs.
Scales, Mrs S. D Scutes, Miss Scales,
Captain and Mrs. Hnlght, Captain
Forsythc, Captain and Mrs. Slurgeas,
Captain nnd Mrs. Rodney, Miss Munds,
Captain nnd Mrs. Foerstcr, Llout. and
Mrs Winnin, LIcuL and Mrs. Barton,
Lieut jind Mrs, Gregoiy, Lieut. Ely,
Lieut. Warren, Llont and Mrs Cun
ningham, Miss llarnuui, Lieut and
Mrs. Parkor, Lleul Iluiiin, Lieut. Win
ter, Llout and Mrs Dockery, Miss
Dockery, Lieut Sheridan, Lieut nnd
Mrs. Morrison, Lieut I)' 11. Itodnoy,
Lieut Qunckemcyor, Llout. llalid,
Lieut and Mrs Hanson, Lieut and
Christy, Lieut Doak, Lieut
Lieut. Mllllkcn, Miss
EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY,
Mllllkcn, Vet and Mrs Agnow, Vet
Edwards, Capt, and Mrs Winters, Mr,
nnd Mrs, Uiirney, Capt and Mr
Faulkner, Lieut. I'fell, Lieut, Lewi
Lieut Peyton, Col. Mjnslicld, Miss'
Mansfield, Chaplain ni"l Mrit. Prudcn,
Major and Mrs. Shuttletvorth, Capt.
and Mrs. M.irqunrt, Miss Marquart,
Capt. and Mrs. Harris, Capt. Gibson,
Capt. Kent, Lieut. Culllson, Lieut.
Chamberlain, Lieut Laulier, Lieut,
und Mrs. Kay, Lieut Jackson, Lieut.
Dnll, Lieut, and Mrs. Holler, Lieut,
and Mrs Mathews, Lieut, and Mrs.
McAntliotv, Lieut, nnd Mrs. Wright,
Lieut nnd Mrs Caffrcy, Lieut nnd
Mrs. Gulllon, Lieut and Mrs. I-onga-nccker,
Lieut, and Mrs. Cook, Ueut
nnd .Mrs. Lincoln, Lieut, and Mrs.
Crockett, Major and Mrs. Ilurnhnm,
Capt and Mrs. Chapman, Lieut and
Mrs. Graham, Miss Cirtwrlght, Lieut
McCleery, Llout Pardee, Mrs. Pnrtlcc,
Lieut, and Mrs. Dowen, Lieut. Rogers,
Dr. und Mrs. Graham, Surg. (J, T
Smith, U. S N, Paymaster and Mrs
Stephens, Mrs. Smith, U. S N Miss
Ktitcmnn, Ast Civ Kng. Hurt ell. If.
H- N Mnjor and Mrs. Novlllo, Capt.
and Mrs. Murlx, Miss Stevenson,
Lieut and Mrs, Kingsbury, Lieut, and
MrH J'ratt, Lieut Parsons, Lieut
Blair, Capt. and Mrs. Cochrane, Lieut
and Mrs Wilcox, (ho Ofllccrs U. S.
It IX Thetis, Dr. Itamus, Dr. nnd MrB.
Hobdy, Dr. nnd Mrs. Marshall, Dr.
Gillespie, Dr nnd Mrs. James, Dr.
and Mrs. Currle, Dr. nnd Mrs. Clcgg,
Dr and Mrs. Ilallmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mott-Smlth, Col Wyllo Jones, Mr.
Senlchl Hyeno, Mr Itnlpll Forstor, Mr.
W. Pfotenhiuier, Ex-Got crnor and
Mrs. Carter, Hon and ,Mrs. W. L.
Whllney, Senator and Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mr and Mrs Hobln, Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs, Chas Wilder, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Harry Wilder, 'Mr,' and Mrs. J.
S. Walker, Mr nnd 'Mrs. 'Geo. Sher
man, Mr and Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. Jno Gilumn, .Mr. and Mis.
C. A. Short, Mr and Mrs. Theo. lllch
nrtlo, Mr and Mrs G. P.. Wilder, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Klchnrd Ivors, Dr.and Mrs.
C II Wood, Dr nnd Mrs. l. Murray,
Mr nnd Mrs. 1" M ,Swanzy, Mr and
Mrs. M, Phillips. Mr. And Mrs Tcnny
Peck, Mr. and Mrs; It. Vf. Shingle,
Mr, and Mrs. I'etcy' Pond. Mr. and
Mrs, James Wilder, General and Mrs,
Davis, Mr, and ,'Mrs". Harrison,
Mr nnd Mrs Frederick Klnmp,
Dr., nnd Mrs, C Br '' Conpor,
Mr, and Mrs ShoedyMr and Mrs
Home, Mr. und Mis ,(, Smith, Mr.
and Mis A. F Grllllllis. Mr, ani Mrs.
It II Allen, Mr nnd Mrs. W. 11.
Farrlnglon, Mr and Mrsngalls, Mr.
and Mrs, II. F Marx, Mr, and Mrs.
Bruce Cartwlght .fr., Prof, and Mrs.
Kingsbury, Mr and Mrs. Weaver, Mr.
und Mis. Canllolil. Mr and Mrs. G H.
Tultle, Mr. and Mrs. Nowelf, Mr. nnd
Mrs. E A Knudsijn, Mr. anil Mrs K.
Watson, Jtidgo and Mrs. Humphroy,
Mr and Mrs. C Klmlilo. Mrs. Eliza
beth Church, Mis Frank Day. Mrs.
w it Babbit, Mrs. A
Wlddlllold, Mrs. Qurd-
MUsea Irene Cooper,
Isnbol Cooper, Sara Newcombe, Allco
JUNE 10, 1911.
Cooper, Ethclwynno Castle, Deutrlco
Costlc, Marjory Oilman, 3ordella 'Oil
man, Frances Dillingham, Achilles,
Marlon Scott, Dorothy Wood, Ixjulso
Glrrard, May Damon, Wllhclmlna
Tcnny, Violet McKce, Helen North,
Jcsslo Kennedy, Florcnco Hoffman,
Edith Williams, Helen Hough, Iin
nclto Hough, Vorn Damon, Agnes
Walker, (ho Misses Johnson, tho
Misses Kocpke, Messrs. C. Usbnrnc,
Spalding, Dobblo Thompson, Ilalpli
llosmer, E. Faxon Blsliop, Gcorgo
Fuller, Bolit Catton, Walter Kendall,
E. II. Dondcro, It Walker, Ed. llcdc
mun, IinBlng, Geo. Shncffer, Chs. S.
Dole, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. F. Cooke, Mrs.
HlUcnburg, Misses Cooke, Julia Mc
Stockor, Lydln McStocker, Drnter
mun, Hunyon, Goodale, Tucker, tho
Misses Gilbert, Messrs. Percy Cleg
horn, Herbert, Illctow, Hawse, Dr.
Hedeman, Dr. Clarke, Mr. A. II. Ford,
Mr. Huttolph, Mr. E. F. Mellemphy,
Ono or the mos( beaiillfnl luncheons
of tho season wns glten jestcrday
nflcrnoon at tho resldenco of Judga
Henry Cooper, when tho announce
ment of tho engagement of Miss Isi
bcl to Lieutenant James Pino was an
nounced. Tho announcement was
made at n luncheon where cnteis
woro arranged for twclie Tho largo
dining room where the repast was
served was festooned with pepper
urancnes and hundreds of pink nnd
white hearts. Oter the center of the
lablo was a canopy effect of smllnx,
Interspersed with hearts. Tho cen
ter piece was a fancy basket filled
with pink and while carnations tolled
with pink tulle. The place cards wcie
very cunning and original, the card
depicted saucy Cupids blowing tfny
trumpets. Tho engagement wns an
nounced In a not el manner, a largo
hand-painted heart rested on a stand
ard on (ho table with tiny heart
shmied on either side of the card.
Each space being numbered mlnlntiiio
hearlB, bomo In whlto and' somo In
pink, wcro passed during the coursos
of tho luncheon. Each tiny henrt was
tt II ts-s ttnaiA.l 4lt M..kJ. . -.
lo draw ono nnd place It on tiie corres-
.... 11 ... t .
iioiiiiiug niimncr on tno largo lioart.i
It Is needless to state that much cu-
rloslty nnd excitement wcro display-
ed, at (ho conclusion of (ho luncheon
tho large heart was paBsed, on ono
side .. spelled "Isabel" and on the
other James and of course tho so-
ti Z. 7Z . mi
Jim .Tr, ? ,18 r"!
and has yet not made her deb.it-sho
Is tery handsomo with drnk hair and
eyes nnd an exquisite coloring: Tho
wedding will occur In October, tho on
ly drawback Is that this fair young
daughter of Haw-all Nol Is marrying
a man belonging to tho sen Ice nn.tj
Honolulu Is losing ono nf Us prettlost
nnd attractive society buds. Llcuteii-
ant James Pino Is stationed on the1'
II. S. It. C. Thetis, belong to (ho rtev-j
cnuo Cutter service. Ho Is an Ideal'
officer, nnd has mndo hosts of friends !
during his station In Honolulu. Among
thoso who participated In tho delight -
fill affair Friday wcro Mrs. Hcnryi
Coopor, Mrs Cochran, Miss Allco
Cooper, Miss Jrfkophlno Sheody, Miss j
Irene Cooper, Miss" Frances Cochrnn,
Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Hepburn, Miss
Bertha Kopke, Miss Holcn North, Miss
Holcn Brown nnd tho guest of honor,
l.li'iitcnmit llurrell's Dinner.
A delightful nnd enjoyable dinner
party was given at tho Moulin 4iotcl
Thursday evening In compliment to
Admiral and Mrs. Wallor Cowles, and
Miss Edith Cowles. Lieutenant Bur
rell of the II. S. Navy wns tho host
After dinner tho parly ottonded (ho
ball (hat was given at tho Outrlggor
Club by tho officers of Fort Itugor.
Thoso who enjoyed Ltoutcnant Bar
ren's hospitality wcro Admiral and
Mrs., Cowles, Lieutenant and Mrs. Boy
Francis Smith, Miss Kutemnn, , Miss
Allco Cooper,Mlss Edith Cowles, Llou
tnnant Gayler, U, 8. N., and 'Lieuten
ant ,Lco Sab m.
Aitlstlc in each detail was (he din
ner irt which Captain and Mrs Gllf
ton;Carter presided at their home on
Collego street, on Saturday evening.
Tlio eight covers wero designated by
hnndpalntod forolgn place cards. Tho
color scheme was pink mid green,
Palo pink nBtors combined with luce
maidenhair fern nnd pink tulle, pro
duced a beautiful decoration, Thoso
present woro General and Mrs. Ma
comb, Captain nnd Mrs. Clifton Cnr-
ter, Major nnd Mrs. Edward J. Tim-
berlako nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard
Pnrllle Club Hall.
Wedding llcrcpl bin.
Jim. Priisner's liiiiirhrnn.
.Major ami .Mrs. iNcilllc'i Dinner.
Mrs. Pnlniiiii's Curd Pari).
Mrn. (inleroiin's Luiirlirnu.
Caplaln und Mrs. Curler's Dinner.
Mr. (Illmiin's llrldso Purl).
Caplaln nnd .Mrs. Slurgls' Dinner,
(eneriil ami Mrs. Mitrnmh Knlcrl.ilii.
Mrs. Ch.irlcs ('hlllliiBitiirlirs Lunch-
Mrs. .lames llnugh's Dinner.
Mciileniint llurrell's Dlnnir.
Mrs. NlleoVs Curd I'.irly.
I.teul. mlri-tt'H Dinner.
llmisV t'tirli nn T.inlalus.
.Miss Hleplien's Dinner.
(loteriinr mid Mrs. Curler's Dinner.
Mr. mid Mrs. Peek's Dinner.
Mrs. Ilntriinl llllrhrark'N Ten.
Mrs. II. A. Jordan's I (IVInik Ten.
Mrs. Slierninii's l!ol Luiirlieun.
.Mr. mid Mrs. Iloneii's Dinner.
UcdiiCMla) Bridge Club.
Mrs. Ilmielierg's l.uiirlieiiii.
Dmliir mid Mrs. .luild'x Dinner.
I.elleliiiii Bridge Club.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. flerrlt Glider's Dinner.
I'nllid .Sen Ire Bridge Club.
Mrr. tlniN.ij's Lunehcnn. "
Mr. mid Mrs. Alhirlnn's Dinner.
Mr?. K. W. .Iiirdmi's Pel Lunrlienii.
.Mrs. Ileslnrlrk's Te.i.
Ilngiigenienl l.uiirliinn. s
Mrs. Prul WnlcrliousoN l.uiirlieoii,
.Mr. mill Mrs. Iters' Dinner.
r h ill iti,i lieu .t in... Am r
, Mr' ' "' Mr''- '" ' "m'J ' '" 8 ,,,,,n"r
I Vitl it tilt I it uina tlin mlil.ilnu illnnnn
" "" " ....-... uiuia-i
"t the home of Mr anil Mrs. L. Ten-
ney Peik, when they entertained Sun-
(lny )lonor of .,I1(I(.0 an,, MrH, So,.
dMl Kingsbury,, nt their residence on
w(Ier atenne. Pink carnations and
maidenhair fern mndo the (able very
11 Those present beside (ho
,mst ,ul lloat08'' 'ro I,)K "! MrB.
SoM Kingsbury Mrs. A Newton
lMcko , IlBMJW1, ,, . Mr
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King and Bethel Sts
.iimi .'tit im-iv I'llUKTa J ZEjlL
Mlts Katherlne Stephens' Dinner.
Mlhs liulso Glrnrd was the motif
for nn enjdjnblo dinner (hat was giv
en Thmsday otcnlng nt tho homo of
Caplaln nm Mrs. Mnrlx. Covers wern
laid for night, (ho color scheme was
In two toiiL8 of jcllow. Aftor illnnqr
the pally motoied to tho military bill
at Wnlklkl. Thoso present wero:
Cnptnln und Mr Arthur Mnrlx, Miss
Glrnrd, Mlfs Bonknm of New York,
Miss Katlicrlup Stephens, Lleutrmnt
Paiioim Llculeunnt Phil Shcrldn.i
and Llculeunnt Blair.