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NAVY BALL BRILLIANT WITH COLOR AND LIFE THREE
HUNDRED GUESTS ATTEND WEEK A BUSY ONE FOR
onoiAi n rrT imiTU nt hpcc Ain nxuco jcciido
ouuihl. clloi vnn uh
IIH3 itoclal butterflies have had a
week of pleasure, and tlio pro
gram of entertainment lias been
a varied one. The week has
been the gayest, perhaps, of the
summer of 1911, nndd, nil told, the
last seven days v. Ill claim a brilliant
Brestlgo for entertainment
pprlant society eient was the U. H.
naval ball given at the Ilofel Coionlul,
TueHlay evening, July 11, and seldom
bus Honolulu een such a brilliant af
fair. A reception wns held from 9
o'clock until 10 o'clock In the drawing
foom of the Colonial The InUrlor of
this room resembled n garden, with the
perfume of flowers permeating tho at
mosphere. Pink roses nnd nsters of the
same shade llllid brass bowls and tall
vases that were placed on pedestals
and tabouret against tropical palms,
potted ferns making nn effective set
ting for tho pretty women In tho re
ceiving parly. Captain Morlx of the U
S. Marine Corns greeted tho guestH 111
V- the largo hallway, which was decorated
with hundreds of scarlet cxorlns and
countless palms The balustrade of the
stlrway was wrapped with large silk
American Hags, twined with jml(ax. On
either side of tho hallway were tho
dressing rooms. The rooms In .which
he fair sex removed their wraps were
fragrant with American Beauty roses.
Bed exorlas ornamented the men's
dressing rooms. Captain Marlx ucted
as master of ceremonies, escorting the
guests to tho receiving party. Mrs.
Walter Cleveland Cow lea. wife of Ad'
mlral Cowies, received tho guests In a
gracious manner. Mrs. Cowies looked
handsome In nn opalescent grey cnu
fon over gray clmrmouse satin, with
pearl passementerie. Mrs. Neville stood
to the left of Mrs. Cowies und looked
regal In white satin, with an overdress
of white chiffon. The tunic wus bor
dered with while marlbou, and the, up
per portion of the gown was of Irish
crochet Mrs. Arthur Murlx was ih'd
In n blue nnd white chiffon, with n
bertha of real lace. Mrs. noy Francis
Smith looked charming In a black Jet
robe over black satin A red bandau
was worn In her hair, and popples ut
the same color In her sorsage. The
touch of scarlet tended to enhance her
brunette type of beauty. Mrs. rrutt
was clad In pale pink satin and point
eppllque. Mrs. llorbert Stevens wore a
beautiful gown of white brocaded satin,
trimmed In Venetian point lace. Afl-
..lla Hull. vAnm...... .n .tiA ran.li..
'i ,nB Part'. tne guests adjourned to the
ballroom, which presented a scene from
Fairyland. The U. S. marine band fur-
Si ,. rdshed the music, and the ballroom was
I ' li..HfAamil hi, ms An tia rf liilmi III Vila
'ciont Annfitrlnir vlnoM nnd rnt trnnlp.il
i-kU"' "u"l,," -... ..- --- ..-,-.
jy,yVkwftra for which these Island ure
if ofllccra of tho navy and army, nnd tho
many stunning frocks worn by the wo
E men folk, made tho scene a brilliant
U1V. A lie IUII.V Ulllt OfUWUUa (..UUMIC
wero lighted by over a thousand red,
White and blue electric lights, and tho
American flag, combined with flags and
pennants of all nations,- was In evi
dence and gave a patriotic air to the
affair. To the left of the broad stair
Way leading to the garden was a hUKe
J, marquee, In which a delicious punch
( Wob served. At half-past eleven o'clock
supper was Herved In the garden ut
, small tables, arranged to accommodate
i Fight Rats
k Other One Caue Deitroyi a
Much Property Every Year
'Rats destroy more property in a
year than all the fires; they carry
disease germs into the houses; they
are a serious menace in city and
: Everybody should join in fighting
these dangerous pests and exterm
inate them with Stearns' Electric
Rat and Roach Paste, the standard
destroyer of rats, mice, cockroaches,
waterbugs and other vermin. "Ready
for use; always reliable; money back
If it fails.
Sold everywhere. Be sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $1.00. Steams'
Electric. Paste Co., Chicago. III.
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iibco hihu u i ncn HrrHino.
four guests. The tnbles were decorated
with pink carnations mid maidenhair
ferns This Is the II rut ball that has
bien glen by Admiral Cuwles nnd his
others, and It Is to be hoped that It
will not be the last, for they ure won
dtrful hosts, and the hall given this
week has been the topic of conversa
tion during the week by the fortunate
ones that were Included on the Invl-
Mrs. Macomb ulfo of Genera! Mn-
comb looked handsome In groy chif
fon, clled over a lighter shade nt
satin, trimmed with bands of pearl
trlmmlngB. Mrs. fleorgo It. Carter
wore a handsome gown of matzo sat
in. Mrs. flcrrlt Wllder's costume was
among the most beautiful costumes ob
served. This young widely matron
looked like a picture In a Puquln mo
del of rose pink satin, cmbroldcre.t
In a conventional design. Mlua Vera
Damon looked girlish, and pretty In a
corn colored Juii cloth over sntln, wllh
touches of gold lace. Miss Margaret
Waterliouso's gown was of pale blue
chiffon over satin; Mrs. John Stuart
Johnson wore a beautiful Rpangled
net robe In black; Miss Cartwright
wore a chic dancing frock of flowered
plna cloth over bluo satin. Miss Onle
Kennedy wore a Paris frock of white.
Mrs. Turner of Kort Ruger, was clad
In white satin. Miss Cooper looked
Btunnlng In a yellow marquisette;
with a yellow bandeaus In her hair.
Miss Cooper Is ono of tho handsomest
girls of tho young set,, with her Titian,'
brown eyes and fair complexion; Mrs,
Koester, wife of Major Koestcr, was
clad In a black spangled robo that wus
extremely chic. Mrs. James Wilder
looked beautiful In a Paris gown of
whlto charmeuso satin, with an over
dress of real lace. Mrs. Clifton Car
ter's toilette of lavender satin, with
the upper porllon embroidered in
gold wns very stunning and wss
greatly admired. Mrs. Hlchard Ivers
was attired In a pompadour chiffon
oer satin; Miss Scott wore black,
which wns very becoming. Mrs. Gib
son of Lollehua, wore a beautiful shell
pink gown. Miss Graco Robertson's
gown was of blue crepe de chine, with
bands of silver trimming. Mrs. Sarah
T. Newcomb was ono of tho handsonv
est women, who attended the ball
Her costume was of black uequlned
net over black satin, tho corsage had
garnitures of Duchess lace. Antique
Jewelry that wero heirlooms In the
family, consisting of long earrings and
necklace wero worn. Miss Mary
Schneffer of Dayton, Ohio, was clad
in an imported model of maize color
ed chiffon, painted In a conventional
design, with a gold bandeau In her
coiffure, that was very becoming
Miss Lydla McStocker ' looked very
pretty In pink satin, with an over
dress of French marquisette In the
same, shade. The left hand side, was
slashed and caught by a garland of
pink roses. A bow of "greenish blue"
pan velvet was worn on the front of
the corsage and gave a distinctive
touch to the toilette. Miss Katherlne
Stephens was clad In white satin,
with a veiling of pink and blue chif
fon. Miss Edith CowIcb looked hand'
some In white plna over white satin,
with bandB of coral satin, appllqued
on tho satin, the effect was very stun
ning. Mies Kutcman wore a Now York
creation of whlto chiffon, embroidered
in crystal and gtccn beads, tho design
was In the Indian bead work, that Is
in voguo In the Bast. Mrs. Orion,
wife of Captain Orton, wore a short
length, chic dancing costume of cerise
untjn und real lace. The bodlco wis
effectively spangled in silver. Mia.
Oroton, was a Miss Hanforth of fin
rittle and was considered ono of tho
reigning belles and beauties of tho
Northwest. Miss Mansfield was clad
in white silk and real lace. Mrs. Rrn
est Waterhouse wore a beautiful gown
Of black, with touches of cerlso; Mrs.
Smith of Fort Shatter woro a pink
satin with touches of gold. Mr,
Clarke of Fort Do Kussy looked ex
tremely well In white satin and clilf-Jder. Lieutenant and Mrs. Longanecker,
fon, Mrs. Johnstone of Fort Bhafter Mr, tanslng, Mr and Mrs. I-nnsIng,
woro a pattern gown of black sequin-, Lieutenant und Mrs. Lincoln, Miss
cd net. This costume was made by n Ilattle Lucas, Miss V. Ijimlnrson,
local modiste and could bo classejl Assistant-Surgeon and Mrs.' Marshall,
amongst the handsomest costumes 'colonel Munslleld, Captuln and Mrs.
seen at this Bolect affair, HumlAonio Murquurt, Miss Manjuurt, Lieutenant
Jewels of diamonds and emeralds woro
worn. Muny other hundsomo toilettes
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MME. ESTELLE DREYFUS
Mezzo-Soprano Well Known
Here, Who is Expected to
Return From Los Angeles
For a Visit.
The guests were Miss Hthel Angus,
Mrs. S. M, Angus, Mr. Adams, Lieu
tenant F M. Andrews, D. W. Ander
son, A. L. C. Atkinson.
Lleutenunt and Mrs. Ilowen, Major
and Mrs. Uurnham, Mrs. Baldwin, Kd
ward Uurnham, W. II. Benton. Mr. und
Mrs. W. A. Uryun, Mr. und Mrs. Hal
lentyne. Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Barton,
Miss Ilonham, Mrs. Barnard, Lleuten
ant nnd Mrs. Boiler, Lieutenant Dalrd;
Miss 'HrowntnKV'MiKK-'Uallentyiie. J
Percy Cleghorn, Cnptalii 'and Mrs,
Culler, Captain und Mr. Cunningham,
Captain and Mrs. Christy, Mr. mid Mrs.
Bruce Cartwright Jr., Judge und Mrs.
Cooper, Miss Alice Cooper, C. II. Car-
micnaei, .Mr. unu Mrs. w. it. lustie,
air. nnu airs. Aiueri tiisue, i.ieuicnniuimu, MrKi Mlirriiyi a. A, McEldowney,
and Mrs. Cooke, Miss Castle, Dr. and c. A Mirori, Mr. ,in1 Mrn. J. A. Mo
Mrs. C B. Cooper. Alfred Cooper, MnJorlC.llllle!l!.. ,,, ,... ., ,,, ,, M,slo.t.
and Mrs. Campbell, Captain and Mrs.
Carter, Captain anil Mrs. Cook, Lieu
tenant and Mrs. Crockett, ex-Oovernor
andMrj,. an. Carter. Captain Culllson.'j,,u,(nant McCkH.ry j.ioutenant and
Lieutenant Chamberlain, Captain and jrs McAndrews.
Mrs. Clark, Captain and .Mrs. Chapman,
Mrj. Klliabcth Church, Miss Blancho
Cartwright, Surgeon and Mrs. D. II.
Currle. Director Moses T Clegg, Mrs.
and Miss Cochrane, Mlfcs ndlth Cowies.
Brigadier-General and Mrs, IMvIs,
Major nnd MrH. A. M. Davis, Major
and Mrs. Do Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Cllve """ , " , ,. , ,.,,,"
Dav.es. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. W. Damon. ''"'. ' nd I Mr. M. P. Pros
Mlu Damon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dll-C' ,""" al J' T' I'llm,'1r' Duml
llngham. Lieutenant Doak. Lieutenant Mr"' "lman' '' BU,""t ltlce- "'"
and Mrs. Demmer. A. II Dondero. tf" V' Mr8' J" Para"- Ca"lnl"
John II. Dills. Lieutenant Ely. Mr.ond ul,,a, "I I T
Mrs. Dhrhorn. Captain and Mrs. Kd- '"u,e,K" Quekttnwr.
wards, Mrs. Klllcott. . 8urK"on ",,,"l", " Hoone'- Ucl"
Governor and Mrs. 1'rear. Ralph For-
ster. Miss Freetht Captain Forsyth.'
L.ieuienani nnu irs. roerster, 'lllggs
T. W. P. Gray. Robert Gray, Lleuten-j ,', Hcak(,( R D 8cn,M Sur.
ant and Mrs. Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Be0 ,, Mr8 8,le,lh,.r,,( Captnn nni,
J. ,A. Glrmnn. Miss Gllman, Miss Ger- Mr, Hhuttleworth. Captain and Mrs.
ard. Captain nnd Mrs. Gibson, Lleuten- 8ciCH ,, nna.Mr8. s(urBes,Lleu
ant and Xlrs. Gulllo... Captain and Mrs. tfnaM Hherlllanf Ms(1 Mary Scll!1efer,
Game, M ss Gamble. Lieutenant and nbert slllclari Mr nm, Mr8. M. M,
Mrs. Graham. Lieutenant aronlnger, KcoU M Maron Bco,t nnnney Scotti
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Gartley. r ,, Mr R Blee)y Mr an(
Lieutenant and Mrs. Howell. Dr. Mr, 8cliaef(.r Mr nm, MrH. llouert
Ilodglns, Mr. and Mrs. Frank mislead, Hll11K,ei Mah I)lancll0 Soper Mr. and
Mrs Ldwnrd Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Mr A (, , Mp nnU Mr wh,a
epburn, Dr. Hedemann, Miss Gertrude Slltmli M8B K,u 8pal(1,nKi Mr. a
Harding. Chaplain Houlihan, Captain ,.. ,, M ,.., . ,,.. i.,.
nnd Mrs. Halght, Lieutenant J. K.
Hume, Lieutenant and Mrs. Hanson,
Dr. und Mrs. George Herbert, MUs
Hart, Lieutenant Hoyt. Miss Helen
..UuBl., a.r. ii.iuKii, ur. unu mrs.
Hobdy. 8. G. Hlnes.
Mr. and Mrs. nichard Ivers, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Paul Isenberg.
Steward Johnson, Lieutenant Jack-
son, Dr. und Mrs. Judd. Captain und Veterinarian and Mrs. VunsAgnew,
Mrs. Johnson. Dr. and Mrs. Johnstone, Mclcnunt Vnughan.
Mrs. Johnstone, Burgeon and Mrs Miss Warren. Captain and Mrs. Wat
James. Major Jenkins. I ..,,. ,,,.,,, nni, MpH Wrlcht. Col-
Mr. nnd Mrs, Klebahn, Major nnd
Mrs. Koester, Mr. and Mrs. Klump,
Major nnd Mrs. Kennedy, Miss Onnlo
Kennedy, Lieutenant and Mrs. Kay,
Mrs. Stanley Koch, Walter Kendall,
Lieutenant Lewis, Lieutenant Lau-
and Mrs. Mutthuws, Captnln und Mrs.
McClure, Miss Munds, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Morrison, Lieutenant Mllllkln,
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY,
General and Mrs. Macomb's Bridge
Admiral and Mrs. Cowies' Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lanz's Pol Supper.
Mrs. Jamleson's Luncheon at Country
Captain and Mrs. Carter's Dinner.
Supper Dance at Kaalawal,
Paper Chase at Lellehua.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. V. Foster's Dinner.
Mrs. Marx's Luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Frear's Dinner.
Mrs. Alexander Robertson's Luncheon.
Mrs. Tuttle's Bridge Party.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Robertson's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lam's Supper Dance.
Mrs. R. R. Reldford's Luncheon.
Miss Richards Entertalnr,
Mrs. Constabel's Luncheon.
Captain and Mrs. EdWarda' Dinners.
Mrs. Palmer's Pol Luncheon.
Mrs. Brcekor.V Luncheon.
Miss Thelma Murphy Entertains.
Captain Spurr's Dinner.
Miss Williams' Dance.
Dinner at University Club.
Mrs. Humburg'i Luncheon. '
Miss Cartwrlght's Luncheon.
Picnic Party at Kahala.
Mrs. Rannle Scott's Tea.
Dance on Transport Sherman,
W" WW UfWX-W .s
M) jii,n, John It. Mncaulay, Dr.
er. thu Misses McStocker, C. I Mc
Avoy, Miss .Mnklu Magonn, Miss Violet
Xtnkff. fltfti.riil mi,1 Mm Miwmnli.
i A11SS Helen Norm. Mrs. Hnrnli II.
Newcum,,f ,;. A. ,,, Newcomb, Miss
Cuptalu and Mrs. Orton.
Mr. nnd Mrs L. Tcnney Peck, Lieu
tenant Peyton. Lieutenant Pfell, Cap-
tvlltt rtlltl IIhii Tsihlak Y l.hftifitniafeh idl
l.-iiuiii iiiiu itiin. nuuiiex, ill iuiu.
, ncluirdsolli Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Mr. und Mrs. J. M.
,,. ,.,, ,.,,, .,,, Mrs.
w 8mtlli Mr and Mr8 Qeo 8ner.
, MM ,,, ,Mp. nrt Mr. nu.
Hhermnn jHS Katherlne Stevens, Mr.
,, MrH R n 8mth
,, all( MrH A p T(,y,or MnJor
,.., Mp, Tlliprnk. t .ell,-nflnt and
,..., ,-. r ,, MpB mlimo.
n ,,.... nnil Mr. . 1JllboPn0.
may be gained and skin
troubles overcome and
prevented, by the use ol
Hdr. Hall u4 Wklit., Dr..
Mick w kiw. Wc
i -1 fftmrTy?7fifttf
onel W. K. Wilder, Cnptnln and Mrs.
Wnlcott, Lieutenant and Mrs. Wlnnl
Lieutenant Warren, Lieutenant Winter,
Mr. and Mrs. II M. Watson, It. 13.
Wright. Mrs. Wilcox, II. W. Worrnl.Dr.
und Mrs. 13 C Waterhouse. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Wilder, Judge nnd Mrs. Wil
der, Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Chas. Wilder, Mrs. Gardner
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wldemann,
Judge and Mrs. Whitney, Miss Agnes
Walker, Cupluln und Mrs, Wnllace,
Captain nnd Mrs. Winters, Cnptalh and
Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs. M. C. Wlddlneld,
Lieutenant und Mrs. Williams, Lleuten
unt and Mrs. Ward, Lieutenant und
Mrs. Watklns, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walk
ir, Mr. und Mrs. A. F. Willi, Mr. und
Mrs. Harry Wilder, Miss Wnrren, B.
W Wright, Mr. und Mrs. L. Walden.
.Mr. mill Mrs. Waldrou Knterfulu.
Mr. und Mrs. J. Wuldron nre giving
u dancing party this uvenlng In hon
or of their, sister, Miss Paulino
Schaefcr, who' bus recently returned
from the mainland, where sho has
been attending school. Nearly four
score peoplo linvo been usked
and the event Is being keenly antici
pated. A Hawaiian orchestra will
furnish music. Tho decorations will
not be claborute. Thu keynote of thu
entertainment wll be Informality.
Among those Invited ure:
Cyril Damon, Alfred Young, Wil
liam Schumuu, Cyril Hoogs, William
Doors, William Chapman, Ilnnly
Chapman, Atherton Rlchurds, Herman
on Holt, Charles Ilcibort, Robert
Thompson, Alitu Ronton, Robort Rold
ford, Jack Gait, Carter Gait, Francis
Brown, Alapuki Smith, Muistou Camp
bell, FrancU Cooper, William Morgan,
Donald Koss, Oswald Steven, Oswald
Hind, Roynold McGruw, Charles Lu
cas, Harold Gear, Vernon Tommy,
Harold Hustncc, Curtis Ilustace, Hen
iy Ilustace, IJoiiglus Ilaldwln, Krnost
lluldwlu, Dwlght Baldwin, Rnndolph
Hitchcock, William Hitchcock, Eaton
Mugoon, Herbert Shlpmun, Lothlun
Williams, John Ashley, Alfred Mu
goon, Theodore Cooke, Robert Thurs
ton, Dickson Nott, Philip Wood, Kd
Daphne Damon, Cenovlovo Young,
Myrllo Schumun, Alice Hoogs, Fnnny
Hoogs, Marjnrle Gllman, Ruth Rlch
urds, l.or.i Atherton, Ruth Soper,
Helen Jones, Margaret Jonos, Muudo
Jones, Murguret Resturlck, Helen
Spalding, Mary von Holt, Elizabeth
Curler, Rosamund Swunzy, Elizabeth
Pratt, Tholiun Rothwell, Roslo Hor
boit, Thelnm Murphy, Mudellne Robs,
Helen McLean, Margaret Center,
Mury Lucas, Huol Geur, Margaret
Thurston, Ruth McChesnoy, Martha
5 f $ $ $
!! We Invite the Ladies 55
of Honolulu to
8 Visit Our 8
1 Department j
8 Artistic Creations 8
8 in Hats at
8 Reasonable Prices 8
II Two Competent Trimmers who will turn 0
() out orders highly satisfactory, and offer (
O suitable suggestions. O
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McChtsney, Catheilue Ashley, Violet
Lucas, Marjurlu Cliapln, Marlon Chn
pln, Ksthcr Kopke, Bertha Kopke,
.Miss l.'dltli WIIILiiiis' Diinclug I'lirt).
Miss Kdlth Williams was hostess ut
a small und select dunclug party that
was given Monday evening ut her
homo nt Wnlklkl in honor of Miss Sam
Lucas. Twoiity-llu ruuples partici
pated In tho affair. The beautiful
grounds wero strung with Japanese
lanterns rontiilnlng electric llght-t.
Tho Interim' of tliii beautiful homo
wus adorned with purplu hourgaiivllllu
A Hawaiian Quintette. Club furnished
music for dancing. Shortly befoio
midnight a buffet supper was curved,
This affair although not laigu can bu
classed us amongst the smartest and
most select or lh social enlerlaln
ments during thu punt week.
Ml.is Thelma Murphy's Party.
Tuesday oveulng, Miss Thelma Mur
phy entertained at an enjoyable und
beautiful party that wub given In hon
or of tho Mlsbes McChesupy. Her
homo lu tho coiner of Vlcloila and
Oippu streets, wus cxiiulsitcly decor
nteil wllli pink roses uud UBtois. Tho
color In tho decorations, uud refresh
ments worn entirely In pink and
mutiNo. Tho first part of tho evening
was ciovoicii to games. Fur the Hist
Biiino puzzles of ntitoniobllca Tor tho
boy mid a puzzlo In llowcrs for tho
girls; Miss Helen Jones won tho first
prize, u handsome nial-nf-arm's lint
pin In sntsunm w.iro: Miss liticklnm!
was uwunled tho hoeoiul pilze, a heau-i
tltul siuer iiletuio fr.imo. Tho boys
(list iiilzo was u Punahnii streamnr
pennant, tho seeond pilze was n beau
tiful hook, tho wlnnor wus Mr. Ballen
tjne. Much nieriliiicnt was caused
over tho booby prlzes.Tho grs pilxp
was u miniature chul" with u tag In
scribed "go wny back and sit rionn."
Tlio boys btiohy prlzo wnn a Biuull
drum, with tho Inscilptlon "lo heat
'It." Tlie second gnino rcuulred much
Ingonnlly nnd skill. Kadi one of tho
guests woio glen n pink squaro of
caid board and whllo wax. Out of
melted wax thoy woio told to fnkhlou
nn elephant on tho plcco of card
board. Their woik was eompaiod and
tho ono who had mado the host ele
phant was glon a pilzo, Mr Hilly
Chapmnn'H elephant wus almost per
fectly designed, lie was uwaidud tho
jf, .$ . $ 4 $. $ 4 t' 4- s 4 'I'
"first hols' pilze, a slUor elephant for
a watch charm; Mrs, Cyill Damon
won Hie second prlzo, a tray of beaten
Later In tho evening, the rooms
woio floated, and an Informal dance
wus enjojed. At quarter past ten a
bulTct buppcr wns rorcd In tho din
lug loom, Tho lurgc, clrpulur koa
tablo fiom which tho supper was serv-,
cd wus decorated with a largo cut
glass robo howl tilled with pink roses
und maiden hair ferns. Pluk tullo
wus cleeily and offeethely used.
Among thoso pietent woro Miss
Ruth McChesncy, Miss Daphno Da
luoii, Miss Paulino Schaefer, Miss He
len Jones, MlbS Rosamond Swunzy,
Miss Martha McChesney, Miss Vlrgl
nlii McC.trlhy, Miss Ruth Soper, Miss
Murgaiut Junes, Miss Hazel Iluckluud,
Miss Madeline Ross, Miss Myrtlo
Schumann, .Miss Uiur.i Athciton, .Mls.i
Ruth Richards, Miss Margaret Cen
ter, Mlrs Lillian McChesney, Miss (I.
PaUtt, Messrs. Cyril Damon, Carl
Schaefcr, William Hoogs, Fred Schae
fer, Wronn Tlmberlukc, Charles Bin
uiis, Charles McWnyno, Donald Ross,
Willie Schumun, Henley Chapman,
William Chapman William Ouder
klrk, Athortiin Rlchuids, Vincent Gu
nuves, Fiiiucls llowon, Vornon Tcn
ney, Marston Campbell and others.
Miss Blanche Cartwrlght's Luncheon.
Thursday afternoon, Miss Illancho
Cartwright entci tallied ut an elabor
ate and beautiful luncheon piity, Hut
was given In honor of Miss Onio
Kennedy. Thu guest of honor Is visit
ing Mujor and Mrs. Kennedy of Fort
Shufter and has been In u whirl of
gaiety slnco her milvul nt Fort Shat
ter. Tlllln wns served ut ono o'clock,
ut a circular table bedecked with
coreopsis and maiden hair foins. Gol
den colored tullo, Interspersed with
Australian maiden hair, wns effective
ly in ranged on tho table. A pretty
Innovation, wns tho drawing of tho
blinds and substituting nn artificial
light, by means of caudle sticks,
sliudcd wllh dainty shades, The mel
low light shed a becoming glow over
tho assembled guests, Thoso sealed
nt the exquisitely anansod tublo were
Mrs, W, 11. Graham, Mrs, Smith of
Fort Shufter, Miss Onlo Kennedy,
Mis. Tinner, Miss Kthel Spalding,
Miss Illancho Caitwrlght and Miss
Lumberuou of Poitland, Orcgou.