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I Mrs lloothp nnJ Mrs. I Helen of J.01
, Angeles, who hnu spent tho punt
I muntli In tho ImIiuiUi, left WedtiPBdny
. J (in the WIlliHinliiii fur the coast utul
twill spend n few weeks In San Fran-
' 'cIboci before leaving for their Hoilth-
fern home Uist Snturdny tlicse
j Indies were tho lioetcsses nt nn elnli-
(irately appointed 'dinner nt tho Mo-
nnn, the guests being Mr. nnd Mrs
jjolm Trinholni Wan en and Mr und
Mrs. Krnest Clark. The tublo decor-
Intloiis were In lung-stetmned conl
tlnled dnhllns nnd ferns The dinner
twns jireceded by nn automobile ride
(Iloth Indies are charmed with Hono
lulu nnd hope to return nt noine fu
nx-Rotcrnnr nnd Mrs. Fort of New
j Jersey, their daughter, Miss Kurt mid
Miss OslKirne, nre reglB'ered nt the
Moann Hotel Tho qunrtetto hao
I been traveling around the world, lor
kthc Inst enr nnd n half. Although
Itliev wcrn intensely interested In tho
.different countries of Kuiope and the
2 Orient, they claim Unit none of Hie
, places hnvo hnd tho charm nnd fas
(dilution or hae appealed to tli"in
'like the Paradise of tho PuclOc. They
Jure leaving today on the Nippon
'Maru, but will return to Honolulu
J next winter.
j Captain nnd Mrs. (lame the former
lis tlie local Quartermaster of the It
IS. Army have lensed tho Charles
Crams leshlenco nt 1545 Kuwait)
i st reel. The Captain and Ills nttruc-
ltlve young wife, have taken up n
temporary residence ut the Seaside
There "at home" day on Tues(ia)s of
I each week, would give one tho Im
pression of n formal reception, for
Jthcv are so popular, and their friends
hut been eager to accord them n
1 Murium Klmli.-ilt Ii.ir tieen fmomlliti'
the past week Usltlng Mr and Mis.
"John McCandh r In Nuuimi Valley.
(Prior to that time .Madam Klinli'llj
-was the guest of Mr nnd Mrs. II. r
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nilliiigham nnd the Alonzo (1artles,
iluilng her three week sojourn In Ho
nolulu she lus been extensively en
tertained, sho lins decided to retui n
to lltllclwn on Tuesday of next week.
Miss Norn Hnnnzy, thn daughter of
Mr and Mrs Krnncls M. Swnnzy, ar
rived Friday on the Murnnin Miss
Hwnnzy has been attending n fash
ionable Bchool In the Knst and has
been nway from the Island for nenrly
u year This young society girl Is
popular In the ounger set and Is be
ing given a warm welcome by her
Professor nnd Mrs, Meado, Mr
Henry Meade nnd Mr. Harding will
nrrlve next week on tho steamer Mi
nima The Mendes nro relatives of
the Cnstlcs nnd nre planning to spend
tho summer In the Hawaiian Island.
Miss Until Smith will leave for
California on June thirtieth. For the
past ear Miss Smith has been teach
ing mttslr nt Piinahnn, where she has
made hosts of friends. Hffore going
to her homo In l.os Angeles, this
joung girl will visit her sister nnd
brother, Mr. nnd Mrs, Norton Stephen
Hobo, who have taken up n perman
ent residence In Oaklnnd, California.
Mis. Arnolt left Wednesday for tho
Const, a number of lier friends wee
at the wharf to wish her "lion ov-
Miss Grnhnni ,onu of tho favorite
trained nurses of Honolulu left Wed
nesdny with one, of tier patients for
Denver, Colorado. After spending a
fen weeks In Colorado, Miss Graham
Is Planning to visit relatives In Mon
Mrs njwaul Holmes nnd daughter,
of Uerkele), California, nre the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder
at Wulktkl The latter Is a. sister of
Mrs. Holmes It Is somo time since
Mrs Holmes has visited In Honolulu,
whero she Is rnjojlng tho icnewnl of
old friends nnd acquaintances.
Mr nnd Mrs Wulter Francis Dil
lingham nro rejoicing over tho ur
rlil of a ten-pound son Tho oung
mother has beon the recipient of nu
merous gifts and (lowers from her
many friends. Mr nnd Mrs, Dllllng
hum hnve been showered with con
Mr.. William Clark nnd Miss Susan
Clark of Thurston Aenue left Wed
nesday on the Sierra fur S.in Fran
cisco, wherb they will be Joined by
friends, und enjoy n summer rest In
come of the delightful, mountain re
sorts of the wooded north
Mrs. Ileijjamlii Summons and llttla
daughter left for the toast on tho
Sierra Wednesday, whore they Will
Bpend several months, being Joined
later by Mr. Sammons.
Mrs. William Itnwllns and little
daughter Elizabeth, left by the Hlcrra
Wednosdny for n stny of eight or nine
months III tho States, their first des
tlcut. Mrs. Edgar Illshop, who with Mr.
IJIshop has been staying nt the hoii)e
of tho lnttcr's sister, Mrs Allen, on
Derctnnln Avenue, left on tho Wll
helmlna Wednesday for her homo In
Oakland, l-ater she hopes to return
to tho Islands. In July l)r and Mrs.
Harry Aldeison will Join their father,
Mr. Illshop, In Honolulu for their an
nual summer visit. ,
Lieutenant and Mrs Ciinnlngbum of
the Fifth Cnwilry Bpent Wednesday
and Thursday 111 Ioiloliilli as guests
of the service set
Mrs W. T. I.ucas arrived on the
Sierra from S.iu Francisco Frldny and
Is occupying her home on Green
street, near Vlctorln.
Miss Marie von Holt and Mr Her
man von Holt nre expected In Hono
lulu this week,. whole they will spend
their summer vacation, The young
people are very popular and their ar
rival Is being anticipated by the mem
bers of tho younger social set.
Kn route to New York, Mrs Ijiw
rence Judd and smalt duughter spent
several days with Mr and Mrs Sey
mour Hall at their homo In Ilerkeley,
Mr. and Mrs Georgo Uoss nnd their
son nnd daughter. Mr. Donald and
Miss Madnleue, will spend the sum
mer months with Mrs. Mnrgaiet Usb
man at tho lattor's homo on Keeau
Mr. Ted Cooke, the youngest son of
Mrs. Charles M. Cooke, arrived on the
Sierra last weok to spend his vaca
tion In Honolulu. Mr. Cooke bought
n seven-seated Plercc-Arrow touring
enr In the States and can be seen ev
ery day spinning over tho excellent
roads in Honolulu and tho adjacent
, , '
Miss Annie O'llrien of San Fran
cisco is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Bowler nt their attractive home at
Professor and Mrs. A. F. Griffiths
nre visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs Fred
erick Dwlglit Lowrey on the corner of
lainalllo and Victoria streets, while
Mr. and Mrs Frederick Dwlght Low
rey nro In Europe.
Arthur and Atberlon nilmnn nnd
young Jnmes McCnndless nro enjoy
ing a hunting and fishing trip In the
Mr. Richard Catton united tho lat
ter part of last week on tho Sierra,
to spend his summer vacation with
his family on Klnau street. Mr. Cat
ton Is taking nn electrical coursu nt
"Moston Tech," whero he has stood
very high In his classes.
Mr. and Mrs. 7. K. Myers, who havo
recently arrived from tho coast, nro
the houco guests of Mr. Daggort, nt
Airs. Stevens loft Wednesday on the
Wllhelmlnn, for the mnliilnnd, Tlfa
latter part of July sho will snll fioni
New York for Kuropc, wheio she Is
planning tn remain for a twelve
Mr. nnd Mrs Alonzo Gnrtley njul
family mo spending n loitlon of the
summer montln nt l.u.iknhn
Tho William Mrt nro now oc
cupying tho P. C. Jones home, 20 N.
Kuukinl street. ,.
Mr. nnd Mrs. U Tcnniy Peel., Mis
A. Newton I.ocko and Master Newton
Peck will spend the iiuiiimcr months
n't Kn.ilnwal, nt the Cecil Drown
place. Theyvlll tnko up their sub
uiliiii abode dining the first week of
Mi 8. Charles Adams of Chlcngo, III.
will leave next week for n short trip
ro Kauai. Mis. Adams Is planning to
Hiliirn to her homu somo time In July,
inuch to tho regret of tho numerous
friends that this pionilnent society
woninii has made during her visit In
Honolulu, Willi the Walter Francis
Miss Helen Drown, tho pretty young
dniiuliter of Mr. and Mrs, Itnjlnond
Drown, left Wednesday on the Sierra
for tho mainland Miss Drown will
accompany Mrs. William Itawllns r-s
far as Cleveland, Ohio, the inner win
pioeeed from there to Bridgeport,
Connecticut, where sho will spend
tho summer nnd fall months with her
mother and father. Mlsi mown will
visit her grandmother In Cleveland,
and possibly may remain from Ho
nolulu for a vcar.
Ten nl Counlrj Club.
Mis. Putnnui, wife of Dr. Putnam
of Kuual, has Issued Invitations Tor
n tea that will be given Wednesday
afternoon, June twent -eighth, nt the
O.ihu Country Club
"Miss Kntherlne Stephens left Fri
day for lellohua, whero she is vis
iting Lieut, nnd Mrs Cunningham.
Miss Stephens will return to town on
The Kwn Sodal Club hns Issued In
vitations for it ball to bo given on tho
evening of July I nt IJwn social hall
Music will be furnished by the Cunba
Mr. and Mrs, Clinton a. llallen
tyue and family will move Into the
Leopold Illacl.mnn's homu nt Kohalu,
on Wednesday of next week. They
will reside at tills senstdo residence
during tho months of July und Au
Captain und Mis, C Sidney Hnlglit
spent neeral days, this week nl the
Moann Hotel. i
Captain and Mrs. Koester of tho
Fifth Cavalry have been spending tho
past few days at the Alexander Young
Hotel. Prior to coronation lull on
Thuisday cvenlug nn elaborate din
ner wus tendered 'them.
After an enjoyable and delightful
! trip urouiid the Island of Oaliu, Ma
jor iiuucaii, u. a. j., returned 10
Honolulu Thursday morning. The
Mujor Is most enthusiastic over tho
natural scenic beauty .that la afford
ed on this trip.
Captain and MrsPruden, U, S. A.,
motored In town Thursday from
Scliolleld Barracks and attended tho
coronation ball at tho Moanu Hotel.
Mrs, Prudcn was ono of tho prettiest
women of tho Service set who attend
ed this elaborate affair.
Miss Donbnm of York, Pennsyl
vania, has been visiting Mrs. Arthur
Marlx nnd Miss Kntherlne. Stephens
nt their homo on Klnau street.
Mrs. Ilohdy, wlfo of Dr. Hobdy, Is
spondlng the week. end with ex-Governor
nnd Mrs. Georgo Carter nl their
KoiiBldo residence at Knhala.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis, Jr., have
gono to Maluhla, Nuuanu valley, for
i two months.
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.Mr. olid .Mrs. Iters' 'I en.
Thursday afternoon an Informal
ten was given by Mr and Mrs. Itlch
urd Ivcni at their homo on Coltegn
Hill A few friends weru invited to
witness the cricket match that was
scheduled to tnko place on the Puna
hull Athletic Club grounds that nro
situ lied opposite tho Ivora' homo on
Puliation Avo. After witnessing tho
Llnsely contested mntches delicious
refreshments were served on the
lawn. A handsome table wns placed
under tho spreading nigerobn trees,
bedecked with golden shower nnd
Hiullax. At this tnble Mrs Clerrlt
Wilder served coffco and Mrs, Ar
thur Wilder poured tea. Among the
guests wcio Mr. nnd Mrs Jnmes
Wilder, Mrs. E. Holmes of Berkeley,
Professor nnd Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Gorrlt Wilder, Cnptuln nnd
Mrs. Clifton Carter, U S. A., Judge
land Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Mrs. Fred
erick Mncfnrlane, Miss Alice Mac
fnrlnno, Miss Ilernlco Hnrtwell, Mrs.
Kollcy, Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mr.
I iflciuiru Wright, Mr. Will Itoth. A
I number of the Sorority girls who nre
visiting In Honolulu belonged to tho
KJino col lego frnternlty of which Mrs.
Ulclmrd Ivors wns n member. They
nnd their chnncroue were Included nn
I tho invitational list.
Dr. nnd 3Ir. Wiilerlinme's Dinner.
In honor otitic coionntlon f King
George V nnd (Jucen Mnry a Inrge
tlorul English flag composed of rod
carnations on a llornl background of
blue made n Btunnlng decoration for
the dinner, when Dr. nnd Mrs. Krnesl
Wnterhouso cntortulned Thursday
evening. At the four corners of the
ling were placed sliver candlesticks
ornamented with red silk shades. The
place cards wero embossed with
American lings and thu "Union Jack."
After dinner tho host, hostess and
their guests motored to the corona
tion ball that was given on that eve
ning at the Mo tun Hotel, Among
thoso present weio Dr, and Mrs.
Ernest Watorhouse, Captain and Mrs.
Sturgis of the Fifth Cavalry, Miss
Itooney of San Francisco, Mlas Oer
trudo Harding, Miss Margaret Wntor
hoiise. Miss Lll Paly, Colonel Wil
der, Mr. Lawrence Judd, Mr Robert
Thompson, Cnptnln Moor Falls, U S.
A , ami others.
Mrs. Murpriy's Four O'clock Tea.
Monday nftomonri, Mrs. Augustus
Murphy entertained lefoiinally at a 4
o'clock tea. The Invitations vvere Is
rued by telephone, a score of friends
were Invited. The affair vps In honor
of Mrs. Georgo L)curgus who left
two days later for a trip to Califor
nia, and possibly to Enrol e, The
Murphs homo on the corner of Vlc
torln and Thunston Avenue was taste
fully decorated with uiuiivo colored
asters and dalhlas. Refreshments
were terved at small tables that were;
ornamented with asters. Most of
Mrs. Murphy's nffnlrs are informal,
but her hospitality Is renowned and
her Invitations, aio eagerly accepted.
At Monday's nfTnlr beside the hostess
and guest of honor wero: Mrs. Carl
dU Ilol, Mrs. Jesso McChosjioy, Mrs.
H.'S. Gray. Mrs. Georgo Klucgel. Mis
Margaret Llshmnn, Mrs. George An
gus, Mrs, lsabello Crolghtnn, Mm.
It. Gay, Mis. John Lucas. Mrs. U. W.
Itoblnson, Mrs. A, Clark, Mrs. A. 0,
M. Robertson, Miss Grnco Carroll,
Mrs. Georgo Rosr, Miss 1101110- Grace, J
Miss aauio aid-am, mm. i,niuvui
Jlr. nnd Mrs. William Love's Dinner.
A churmlng llnale to the week's
hospitalities was n dinner of eight
covers given at tho home of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William I.ovo in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock, Fri
day evening. Tho entire affair wasj
beautiful In shades of yollow. Those
present wero Mr. nnd .Mrs. William
Love, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Howard Hitch
cock, Doctor and Mrs. Shepherd und
Mr. nnd Mrs.-Sutton.
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