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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 17, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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J MANY DELIGHTFUL
AFFAIRS ARE GIVEN
June Proves Popular. Month Fo
Elect Round of Dinners,
Mlet Waterhouie't Luncheon.
Miss Wnterhouse entertained Wed
nesday at a beautifully appointed
luncheon In honor of Miss Alice Ho'li
the "brldo;to-be ' of Mr. Frank K,
Thompson. Tliu table was abloom
with pink roses. A tall cut glass vase
i j j, filled with roses occupied the center
of the table The places were marked
by wreaths, made from quantities of
roses nnd ferns, with the name card
attached with pale pink satin ribbon
. Those present were Miss Margaret
Waterhousp, Miss Alice Ilotli, Mrs.
Charles Wilcox, Mrs. Putnam wlfo
of Dr. Pitnam of Kauai, Mrs. Clifford
0. High, Miss Vora Damon, Miss
Catherine Goodale, Miss Marjorle Pe-
terson and Miss Hopper.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips' Dinner.
i An enjoyable dinner was given last
Monday In honor of Miss Alice Iloth
find Mr. Frank B. Thompson. On this
occasion Mr. and Mrs. Mannle Phil
lips were the entertainers and tho
1 dinner was ghen at their home on
ICewalo street Brides' roses were
,qulto nn appropriate decoration, con
tributing to the pro-nuptial Idea for
Miss Roth will become the brlclo of
j , Mr. Frank E. Thompson -on June the
't twentieth. Three handsome cut glass
vases were arranged In a circular
form nnd filled with white roses.
',, White satin ribbon and maiden hair
ferns added to tlio beauty of tho ta-
,. ble appointments. The place cards
. .were proocatlvo of much merriment
and mirth, they were In book form,
with the title of correcthe tablo
manners. The rules wero tho oppo
site of the table etiquette that Is per
missible In polite society and on be
ing read nloud, were enJoed hugely
by the guests. Among Mr and Mrs.
Phillips' guests wero Miss Alice Iloth,
1 Miss Marjo'rle Peterson, Mrs. Mers,
, Dr. nnd Mrs. Clifford II. High, Mr.
i Frank E. Thompson, Dr. Ilodglns and
J Mr. Kelley.
Mr.' and Mrs. von Holt Entertained.
Tho von Holt's beautiful homo
"Palehua" In the heart of tho Wala-
nae mountains, was tho bcciio of .1
j 'merry and delightful houso party on
1 Saturday Sunday (Kamchameha'a
(Sblrthday). Tho host and hostess and
J their guests motored to the foot of
I the mountain trail, from there took
1 horses and rode to their destination,
,The house Is situated at an altitude
of nearly three thousand feet, .the
scenery of the adjacent chain of
.mountains Is awe Inspiring, and so
JJbeautltul that one would bo foolish
Mto even attempt to describe the won-
wler of It all. Mr. anil Mrs. von Holt
,are experienced ente'rtalners and
JVthelr guests always enjoy their lav-
jjalsh hospitality, for eery provision Is
ufmade for their comfort and entertain
JftmenL This last outing was no ex
i ceptlon to the rule.
i Mrs. Clifton Carter's Luncheon.
t?'Mrs. Clifton Carter was one or this
l wcek'B luncheon hostesses. Her
,,l guests were bidden to her home on
j Wednesday last, where a dellc'lous re
r'past was partaken of. After tiffin the
hostess and her guests motored to tho
jPall and Moanalua. Among Mrs. Car-
i iaw'a toiiogla nnra rVfra A Mil row Pilltfji
I ;' "Allrs. '
"AMrs. "Kelley, Mrs, Frank 'Bdwards,
of Captain Edwards, and others.
"General and Mrs. Macomb's Dinner.
!L 'f-A beautiful dinner was given Tues
M' jday evening by General andvMrs, Ma-
,' (comb. Their homo on Keeaumoku
.j . . ...
street was Handsomely decorated tor
the occasion. On this occasion Cql
onel and Mrs, Sibley were tho motif
ifor the affair
(Miss Peterson's Luncheon.
Miss Alice Itotb. who has been the
f incentive for numerous social affairs
! Iraw ,t.a .Mm, ..., il,.l,t lun, (lie. rrnoal
ofjhbnor at a luncheon at the home
ofJjMIss Marjorle Peterson on Tues
tlir. The Cassia Nodosa were used
I'ri.tfiiaAtv nn n tnMn' .lennrntlnn Tline
W.MW. ........ ..W..W, .....
flowers bear a strong resemblance to
apple blossoms and are equally as
fragrant, nnd are ono of the moBt
beautiful tropical flowers of tho Isl
ands. The dainty pink blossoms
Geavlly outlined n crystal mirror, the
mirror having been arranged In the
center of the highly polished hard-
r Entertaining Among Social
Dances and Teas Keeps Merry
wood table. Sprays of the artistic
blossoms were arranged on the sur
face of tbe tnble, combined with n
deft adjustment of yards and yards
of pink tulle. The place cards were
Indicative of "good luck, and were
adorned with the Bymbol of the four
leaf clner After ttiirtnUlnp of u dp
lllclous luncheon the guests and their
hostess repaired to the drawing room
'and devoted the lest of tho afternoon
to bridge Among Miss Peterson's
guests were Miss Alice Koth, Miss
Jessie Kennedy, Mrs. Frederick
Dvvlght Lowrey, Miss Dessle Hopper,
Miss Margaret Waterhouso, Miss Alice
Topper, Mrs. Charles Wilcox, Mrs.
Harry Nichols. Miss Juliette Ather
ton. Mrs. CllfTord D. High and Miss
llrllllant Success In Musical World.
Miss Agnes Wlckstrum, since her
return to hor home In I.lnrnln. KV.
braska, has gained additional honor
in her chosen work, nml tim fallow.
Ing clipping from The State Journal
win be or Interest to her many friends
The Temple theater wns filled last
night for the recital fur proriimiinn
given by Agnes Margaret Wlckstrum,
student wltli Robert W. StevenB.
Miss Wlckstrum gained In confidence
as ino program progressed nnd did
her most effectlvii wnrlr in n. i,.,,,
half. She played tho Pnganlnl-Schu-
uiann caprices" with delicate vi
vacity and giuo nn Interesting, though
not brilliant ncrfnrmu.i,.., .. ,,.
Chopin sonato, opus 35, better known
.is me work containing tho funeral
march. From the flnnln r,. ,..
incnt of the Chopin sonate to the
.iue oi mo concerto Miss Wlck
Htrum wns at her best. Her technlc in
the Chopin finale was good and her
...... rapni anu smooth . In the Mac-
Dowell groun and the sinnn ..t....
merel" her lntemrtniinn ... ..
and her whole performance very mu-
.-.. i nn most brilliant effects wero
... closing concerto, for which
sir. Stevens wnn n ,i. ......
- .".-vuiiu piano.
The program follows:
The University School of Music
Wlllard Kimball, Director
Hecltal for Graduutlon
AGNES MAIiaAltET WICKSTRUJI
Student with Robert W. Stevens.
Thursday evening, March 23, lsu
University Temple Theater
Scarlnttl-Tauslg .... Senate, 0 minor
......Caprices. Op. 3, Nos.'V'and D
ChPn Sonate. Op. 35
MacDowell 8cotch Poem
'Liszt .... Rhapsodic Hongrolse, No. 8
Concerto, Op. 4, E flat minor
Allegro con brio
Adagio nou tun to
Allegro moderato e maestoso
Orchestral Paris on Second Piano,
Mrs. Cnrrle ItolilnsouN l'ol Luncheon.
On Kamehameba Day, Mrs. Carrie
Robinson entertained a score of
friends at her Peninsula home. This
suburban home Is one of the most
beautiful In the Islands. Tho nature
of the entertainment was a pol lunch
con, which was served on the large
lanal overlooking the sea. Over the
center of the table was a canopy of
malle, from the four corners was
Irawn strands of the malle that were
artistically arranged amongst the
baskets of Hawaiian fruit that occu
pied the center of tho table. The tablo
A'as completely hidden by tl leaves
md mountain ferns. The setting for
the luncheon reminded one of a wood
id dell, with the profusion of hang
ing bankets nnd rare potted palms
The only floral adornment was
inantltles of golden coreopsis that
were arranged In tall Jars and brass
Jardlnlers. Some of the guests mo
tored to Pearl Harbor and others pre-
June Wedding for Young Couple
Miss Marie Hume Douglas
ferred comtnc dowu In launches. The
two guests of honor, Mr and Mrs.
Ollle Shlpman ot Hllo, cIiolc the for
mer mode of transit, arriving nt this
beautiful home shortly niter twelve
o'clock Among Mrs. Carrie Robin
son'H guests were Mr. Ollle Shlpmen
and his young bride, Mr. and Mm.
Ebcn Low, Mrs. John Paris and Miss
Ethel Paris of Konn, the MIsBes Caiol
and Elizabeth Low, MIhs Llllle Ack
crman, Mr. Uob Paris, Sheriff Jarrett,
Honorable Dwlght, Mr Taylor of von
Hamiri-Young Co, and others.
Mr. mid Mri. Klnp'n Dinner.
In celebration of their oldest son's
marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King
entertained at a hiindsomo dinner
Wednesday evening. As they sat
down to dinner u cable wus received
announcing the mnrrlugc, and the
fount was drank to tho young brldo
and groom. The table was decorated
in white nnd green with lurkspur and
Australian maidenhair fern. The
place curds wero saucy cuplds nrmed
with bows and arrows. The decora
tions nnd dinner wero planned In
honor of the happy event that had
been solemnized In San Francisco,
Among those seated around the nitls
tlcally decorated tablo wern Mr. und
Mrs. Thomas King, Mr and Mrs
Charles Wlldor, Mr. nnd Mrs. C M V
Forster, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Klm
ba'll nnd Mr. Lewis King.
Major nnd Mrs. TlniljcrliiJteN Dinner.
An artistic dinner was glen Friday
evening by Major and Mrs. Edward J
Tlmberluko nt their homo at Fort
Ruger. Miss Kennedy of South Cur
ollnn was the honored guest, Tho
eight covers were marked by curds
Inscribed with the hostess' monogram
In gold. Heavy slUer candelabra
adorned with muuvo silk shades or
namented with violets und edged with
u deep beaded fringe of the same col
or wero urtistlcally placed on either
end of tho table. In the centor of tho
board was arranged a fancy basket
filled with Palmer violets nnd fronds
of maidenhair fern Those present nt
this delightful affair weie Major and
Mrs. Timbcrlake, Major nnd Mrs
Kennedy mid their sister, Miss Ken
nedy, Lieut, and Mrs. Pratt of the
U. S. Murine Corps, nnd Dr Sauford
or Fort Ruger.
riipl. nnd Mrs. Wnllaec's Dinner.
Pink Duchess roses, combined with
feathery asparagus vine, produced a
stunnlug decoration for the dinner
thntwas given lust evening by Cap
tain nnd Mrs Wallace at their home
on Alexander street. This "roso dln
nor" was one of the most beautiful
of the summer social functions und
whs given In honor of Captain Coch
ran, commander of the U S H. Thetis,
who sails for Alaskan waters on the
20th of this month. Covers wero ur
ruuged for eight. At each pluce was
found a hund-puluted raid gurlnnded
with roses, with the name embossed
in gold. Those seated at the at
tractive tablo were Captain nnd Mis
Wallace, Captain und Mrs Clifton
Carter, Captain ami Mrs. Cochran,
Mrs, Ileedo, and others,
House Party at Mulu.
Miss Hnttla Lucas will entertain ut
a home party ut Nluiii over the week
end. The party of young people und
their chaperones will leuvo this uf-
EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY,
Mr. Frank Augustus Batchelor
ternoon for this plcturtsque Bpot
near Koko Head, Tho p.irty will
number sixteen, who will enjoy tho
hostess' hospitality until Mondnv
1 Among tho Invited guests are Mrs.
Derger, Mrs. Moncll, Mr and Mrs. L.
DalB, Miss Violet Makee, Miss Fltz
geiuld nnd Miss Pynn of San Fran
cisco, MUs Tlllle Neiiman, Miss Mlna
Derger, Mr. Ed Hedeninn, Mr George
Fuller, Mr. llertrum Clark, Mr. Robe'rt
McCorrlston, Mr. Guy Macfarlaiie, Mr.
Ted Cooper, nnd others.
CiiiiIiiIii und Mrs. Curler's Dinner.
Thursday evening Captain and Mrs.
Clifton Carter wore hW and hostess
at u dinner complimentary -Xo Mrs
James Hough and Miss Helen Hough
of Stockton, California, the guests
of honor nre friends of long standing
of Captain and Mrs. Carter. Rose
pink asters inado a beautiful floral
setting with accessories or tulle and
maidenhair fern SlUer candelabra
with roso pink silk shades shed u soft
and becoming glow oer the nso'em
bled guests. Among thoso present
were Cnptuln nnd Mrs Clifton Carter.
Mrs. James Hough, Captain nnd Mrs
Jrnnk D. Edwards, MIbs Helen Hough,
Mr. Percy Cloghoin, Captain Moor
l-ulls nnd Lieutenant Vaughn
Motif, mid Mm. f iiiii.li,Billlm, j),nn(.r
Tuesday oenlng Lieutenant und
Mrs Cunnngmiii of the Fifth Cav
alry entertained nt dinner compll
mentnry to their houso guest, Miss
Dunham of York, PonnsyUanln. Yel
low coreopsis und maidenhair fern
graced tho table. The pluco cards
wero hand-palntcd (lowers. After
dinner a number of tho gucstB played
bridge. Among those present were
Lieutenant and Mrs. Cunningham,
Captain and Mrs. C. Sidney Halght,
Iliss Donhum, Lieutenant 1). Rodney,
Lieutenant Lewis, Lieutenant PJerl,
Lleutcnunt O'Connor, npd others.
dipt, und Mrs. Kilnurdh Curd Part).
General and Mrs. Macomb, Major
nnd Mrs. Kdwnrd J. Tlmberluko, Ma
jor und Mrs. Campbell, Cuptuln und
Mis. Clifton Carter, Cuptuln and Mrs.
Arthur Murlx, Cuptaln Moor falls
and Lieutenant Andrews, nlda do
camp to General Mucomb, will bo en
tertained Informally this evening at
bridge by Captain and Mrs. Krunk
Edwards. Alter a pleasant evening
devoted to cards a delicious dialing
dish supper will be served.
Mr. and Mrs. ion Holt's Dinner.
MrB Arthur Wood was tho guest of
honor ut a dinner that was given
Thursday evonlng by Mr. und Mrs.
Henry '.on Holt ut their Nuuaim Val
ley homo. The table decorations
wore exceptionally pietty, being cur
iled out In pink roses. Among .Mr.
und Mrs von Holt's guests wero Gov
ernor und Mrs, Wnlter Fiear, Mr. and
Mrs. Gtoige Sherman, Mrs, Arthur
Wood, Mr. und Ms, Gorilt P. Wilder
und Mr Arthur Mackintosh.
Mrs. IIoIhIj'm Bridge Part).
Mih, Ilobdy and her sister, Mrs
Shepherd, will bo among the society
hostesses of next week. They will
cutertuln ut Dr. and Mrs. Hobdy's
home Wednesday afternoon ut half
after two nt bridge whist. This
event wIIIUjo ono ot tho lurgeBt card
parties of the week. About' u dozen
tubles will bo occupied by tho bridge
dovotees of tho smurt set.
Mr und Mi's. Alan Dottomley are
plnunlng to spend the summer months
on Mt. Tantalus,
JUNE 17, 1911.
Celebrate Tin Wcddliiic.
A pretty attention wns paid Judgo
and Mrs. William Whitney by u score
of their lntlmato friends. Monday
wus the tenth anniversary to their
wedding day. They bad been enter
taining u few 'friends Informally ut
dinner. As the host, hostess und their
guests sut playing bridge u great din
und rucket was. heard underneath tho
window. Uefore mi investigation
could be made their friends burst up
on them beating tin pans und armed
with other tin unities that were
brought us gifts lu hondr of their
tin wedding. The party came us u
complete Burprlso. Luter Judge ,
Whitney turned on tho electric, lights
In the dancing hall and an Impromptu
danco was enjoyed. Later Mrs. Whit
ney hurried to tho culinary depart
ment to give ordeis for refreshments,
but her sister, Mrs. Sutton, had ut
tended to that, nnd Ices und cakes
were In readiness. Judge und Mrs.
Whitney nro amongst the most pop
ular young couples In Honolulu, nnd
their homo Is a center for their
friends. Among those present ut
Monday's celebration were Governor
und, Mrs. Frear, Rev. nnd Mrs. John
Erdninn, Mr. and Mrs. Sutton, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Love, Dr. and Mrs.
Hobdy, Dr. aud Mrs. Whitney, Mr. and
Mrs. Welnrlch, Mr. and Mrs, Jj.
Tenncy Peck, Mr und Mrs F Atlier
ton, and others.
Camping Party to Wiilmwi.
Lieutenant and Mrs. CunnlnKhnm
chaperoned a camping party to'Wul-
mca. Tho young people motored to
their destination Friday and return
ed to Lellehuu Monday evening.
Ainoug thoso Included in tho party,
besldCH'.he chaporones, wero Miss
Katherlne Stephens, Miss Uonhani,
Lieut. O'Connor, Llout. Lewis. Lieut.
D Rodney nnd Lieut. Winters.
Ir. mid Mrs. Juild's Dinner.'
Dr. nnd Mrs. James Judd havo Is
sued Invitations for u dinner that will
be given Wednesday eenlmr In lu.nnr
of Dr. ntid Mrs. Putnam of Kaunl.
Tho Doctor and his charming wlfo
nre visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frnncis
Damon, nnd nre nlannlnir in nn
111 Honolulu for another fortnight
They are being extensively entertain-
A Natural, Sparkling
H. Hackfeld Co., Ltd.,
Doctor mid Mrs. Juild's Dinner.
Major nnd Mrs. 1 liuliorlnke's Dinner.
Mlis IViilerhoiiie's Luncheon.
Mrs. CI If I nn farter's Luncheon,
Mr. nml .Mrs. win Hult Knlerlulii.
General mid Mrs. Macomb's Dinner.
Slat; Dinner at Uiiherslly Club.
Mrs. .Sherman's Pol Luncheon.
Concert ul Klloliana Art I.eiiKiie.
Mrs. MnrplM's I O'clock Ten.
Mrs. IIUmIj's nml Mrs. .Shciilonl's
Captain nnd Mrs. INhmnls Kn(crtilii.
Lleule it und llri, CiiiIiiIiikJi.iiii's
Mr. and Mrs. ton Hull's Dinner.
Mr. und Mrs. Philips' Dinner.
Mr. I Mrs. Thomas Kind's Dinner.
.Mrs. llenrjN Pupils l.'nlertaln.
Houh' Part) at Mulu.
Chaplain Criiden's Luilclieon.
Captain mid Mrs. SlurpK Dinner.
Mrs. Dubinin' llrldire Lmiclicon.
Caplaln mid Mrs. Wallace's Dinner.
Lieut, mid Mis. WutUns' Dinner.
Ciipl.ilii und Mrs. Carter's Dinner.
IWiMIiii; In Arm) Circles.
Ciiplul'i and Mis. Mm UN Dinner.
Lieut. O'Connor's Dinner.
-Mrs. f.uslni .Srhncfcr'x Lmichroii.
Mrs. It. A. Jordan's I o'clock Ttn.
T..w,-p. vi - rf .--i.iy .iv,tfy;Br'
ed by their many friends, Eight
guests havo been hidden to tho bridge
dinner that Is to ho given nt the Judd
$ 10 per case of 100
M1UK.. 1 ,11.1.
Dr. Ramus of tho Marine Hospital
Service put In n few days resting nt
Hnlelwu, finding the swimming par
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