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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911.
SOCIETY EVENT AT
' THE COUNTRY CLUB
LADY GOLFERS TO PLAY FOR CUP PRESENTED BY
MISS WILHELMINA TEN NEY COMPETITION PROM
ISES TO BE KEEN VARIOUS AFFAIRS FOR ELITE.
THU beautiful sllvor golf cup
recently presented by Miss
Wllhclmlna Tenney, will bo
contested for In u handicap
match play tournament, to bo
held on the Ouhu Country
Club links on the second, ninth iind
sixteenth of August. Nine holes will
be playtd each day. ' The losers will
drop out und the victorious ones will
licep on playing until the grand llnulo,
on August ICth, when the victor will
bep resented with the beautiful tro
phy. Much Interest and enthusiasm
are being evinced. Wednesday after
noon, when the commlttoo on u'rruuge
inclitH met nt the Country Club, It
wns decided that this would bo nn
"open tournament" that not only tho
ladles of tho Oaliu Clolf Club were
entitled to play, but any one paying
u, nfty-cententranco, feo would have
on. opportunity to test her skill at
the game. Those wishing to play
In the tournament aro requested to
send In their names to Mrs. C. Mon
tague Cooke, tho captain of the ladles'
golf club; Mr. Alexander Dell, at thoJ
Country Club.br Mr. Frank Halstend.
A delicious luncheon will he served
on the three days of the tournament,
for tho spectators and players, for the
nominal sum oT fifty cents. Tho fol
lowing women pluyed In the last
match: Mrs. C. Montague Cooke, Mrs.
llernlce Walbrldge, Miss Jessie Ken
nedy, Miss Muriel Ilowatt, Mies Hew
lings, Mrs. Soutbgate, Mrs. Held, Mrs.
Matinle Phillips, Miss Alice Cooke,
Mrs. Sutton, Miss Ilernlco Hartwell,
Miss Helen Achilles, Mrs. George Car
ter, Mrs. Klchard Ivers, Mrs. George
1'otter, Mrs. Gill, Miss Ucatrlce Castle.
It Is to be hoped that they and many
others will decide to play In this com
(Jencral and Mrs. Macomb's llrMgo
General and Mrs. Macomb enter
tained Informally at "bridge" Thurs
day evening In honor of -Mrs. Swift,
wife ot Colonel Swift ot tho U. S.
Cavalry. After a pleasant evening de
voted to this pastime, a delicious
dialing dish supper was served In the
dining room. Among those who en
Joyed General and Mrs. Macomb's
hospitality weio Admiral and Mrs.
Cowlcs, Mrs. Swift, Major and Mrs.
Neville, Captain and Mrs. Clifton Car
ter, Mrs. Daniel Hand, Captain and
Ml 8. Arthur Marlx, Major und Mrs.
Archibald Campbell, Captain and Mrs.
Fiank II. Edwards and others.
Mr. ami .Mrs. I.iiut' Siiimict Dance.
One of tho most delightful mid
week festivities was the supper dunco
that wns given Thursday evening by
Mr. und Mrs. Luihi at tho Harry Whlt -
ney plaeo at Knlawiil. Tho entire
party motored to this pretty homo In
tlmo for supper. During supper a
Hawaiian quintette club furnished
. music, and pluyed later In the evening
for the dancing. Among those who
enjoyed this charming host and
hostess' hospitality wore Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. Air
fxandcr Campbell, Major and Mrs.
George Potter. Mrs. Henry Mncfar
lano, Mr. and Mm. Moucll, Mr. and
'Mrs. Ilrnne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank lllcb
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kle
IkiIiii, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wldemann,
Mrs. Ilerger, Miss Agnes Walker,
Miss Cordelia Wulltcr, Miss Allco Mac
fnrlaue, MIbs Fitzgerald and Miss
Pearn of Sun Frnnclsco, Miss Minn
Ilerger, Mlns Mnlt, Mr. Harry Whit
ney, Mr, Frank Armstrong. Mr. Gull-
ford Whitney, Mr. Hubert McCorrls
ton, Mr. C. Stlllmnn, Mr..Kd. Hede-
i.iuiiij, jiir. neruert uovvsett and oth
ers. Picnic 1'nriy nt Kalinin.
Monday an Informal basket picnic
pnrty wus given at Kahala. Mrs.
Wilcox, wife of Lieutenant Wilcox;
Miss Julie McStocker. Miss Cooper,
Miss Lydla McStocker, Miss Irene and
Miss Isabelle Cooper, Miss Helen
North nnd Miss Mary Schaoffor of
Dayton, Ohio, wero somo of tho "pic
nickers." Mr. and .Mrs. (Jcortfe Robertson's
Monday, evening Mr. nnd Mrs.
George Hnbertfcon gnvo a "furowoll"
dinnor in honor of their daughter,
Mlss Grace Hobortson, who left two
days nftervvnrds on the hteamer Slerrn
for Sun Francisco. Tho tablo was
banked with American Ilenuty roses
mid sinllax. Tho dinner fuvors wero
mliiluturo pink satin sllppeis, filled
with rosebuds. Covers wero nrranged
for twelve, The guests wero either
m . ,
or close frlonds of tho
Mrs. It. It. Itildford' Luncheon.
Trailing nasturtiums ornamented
the luncheon table nt which Mrs. II. , ijira Atherton were the compliment
It. Iteldford presided as hostess eu- RUCBts nt nrg0 nm.r ,lnt wrtH
Thursday afternoon. Later In the gvcn Thursday evening by their
afternoon several friends dropped In counlli. Miss Iluth Illchards. Covers
for ten. Among Mrs. Heldford's 1 wurp uij fl)r lwpntv..i Tll. Bin,r
guests wero Mrs. Ilnyinond Drown,
Mrs. Marston Campbell, Mrs. V. V.
North, Mrs. John Trenholm Warren
and Mrs. Olson.
Mrs. Jamlcson's Luncheon.
A largo silver epergne, holding yel
low coreopsis, adorned the center of Theodorq Hlchnrds, motored to this
the oval luncheon tnblo when Mrs. secluded spot, wear tho Nuuanii Pall.
Jamleson entertained nt tho Country j After enjoying n delicious dinner,
Club Thursday afternoon. On each most of the young people tramped to
end of the table were placed silver ( the head of tho valley to view the
vases containing coreopsis; tullo in Pall by moonlight. Among Miss Itlcli
tlie snmo simile was artistically fes- nrds' guests were Misses Juliette and
tootled ovor tho damask cloth. Tho Laura Atherton, Miss Muriel Ilowatt,
place cards were also In yellow, or-J Miss Marjorle Oilman and Miss Cor
namented with the sumo variety of delln Oilman, Miss Myrtle Schuman,
flowers. The luncheon was given In Miss Hazel Uuckland, Miss Marie von
honor of Mrs. James Hough und Miss I Holt, Miss Fannlo Hoogs, Miss Carrie
Helen Hough of Stockton, California, McLean, Miss Dello McCorrlston, Mr.
who will leave tomorrow on the Man- I Harold Gear, Mr. William Hoogs' Mr!
churln for homo. The luncheon was i Cyril Hoogs, Mr. Percy .Voltage' Mr!
given In tho matika dining rooin of. 11. von Holt, Mr. Dickson Nott,' Mr!
the clubhouse, whero un elaborato ro- Cyril Damon, Mr. Jack Guurd, Mr!
past was served. Among those seated j Ilohert Catton, Mr. Itlchnrd Cation'
nt the flower-bedecked table wero Mr. Vincent Genoves, Mr. Ted Cooke!
Mrs. Jamleson, Mrs. Jnines Hough, Mr. Donald Ross, Mr. Atherton Illch
Mlss Helen Hough, Miss Jamleson of nrds and Mr. C. McWnyne and others
Now Zealand, Mrs. C. M. V. Forster, j
Mrs. von Dnmm, Mrs. Alfred Castle,
Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Langc,
Mrs. lloberlson'H Luncheon.
Mrs. Alexander Robertson enter
tained Thursday afternoon at a
i dainty' luncheon pnrty. Graceful
i . . . . . ...
HnrnvR nr mnir tinfrmiina nm inn i.n.
....,.. . , -"" given in nonor or Mrs. i-carly or Ho
lm r fern graced the exquisitely op- nolulti, who has recently become a
pointed table. Among Mrs. A. G. M. resident of this city. Alter dinner
Itobortsou a guests wore Mrc. James , the party motoied to tho Moana Hotel
Doyd. Mrs. Cleghorn, Miss O'Donnell, . and enjoyed the "hop" that was being
Miss Ilernlco Cooko, Miss Helen Uoyd I pvcn in houor of tho nrmv folk
Mrs. TuttloN llrhlgc Parly.
Mrs. Tuttle, wife of Dr. Tuttlo of
Fort De Hussy, Is entertaining ut five
tables of bridge this afternoon.. Mrs.
Tuttlo is entertaining In honor of her
liouso guest, Miss Zclgler.
D.ince on Hoard the Sherman.
Captain Spurr or tho Coast Artil
lery, who has recently been appointed
quartermaster captain of tho trans
port Shormun, gave a delightful dunco
Wednesday evening In honor of tho
first-class passengers on his shin.
The hop was given before tho ship
arrived In Honolulu Tho decks on
i"10 Sherman uro more commodious
tlmn "n "" other transports that ply
"otwn San Francisco and Manila,
' T,l quarterdeck wns hung with Hugs
und pennants, and presented a gala
appearance. Tho excellent nrtlllcry
band furnished the music, and an un
usually pleasant time wus experi
enced. Later Ices and cakes wero
served in tho dining saloon. Tho
women donned their prettiest pnrty
frocks, and tho ollicers, in "service
white," added to the smartness of the
nfTalr, nnd every one seemed to bo In
tho humor for dancing. One of the
most bcnutirtil women who attended
the "hop1' was Mrs. Talnlor of New
York, who was recently married In
that city to Lieutenant Talntor of the
Philippine Scouts. Mrs. Talntor Is
very fair and slender, and Is tho only
child of a wealthy New York family.
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles rVrsler's THnncr.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. King wore
tho guests of honor nt n dinner Hint
was given Thursduy evening by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Forster nt their
artistic bungalow In Manoa Valley:
Covers weie laid far six. Tho tublo
was prettily decorated In carnations
nnd maidenhair fern. Among those
present woro Mr. nnd Mrs. C, M. V.
Forster, Mr. und Mrs, George Ross
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. King.
Mrs. CniiNtnhri'N Luncheon.
Mrs. Constnhcl entertained at lunch
eon Wednesday In compliment of Mrs.
Jamos Hough nnd Miss Helen Hough.
Honoysuckle nnd pink carnations lent
added uttrnctlvenebs to the table, Tho
plucn enrds were hand painted, de-
plctlng flowers nnd birds, Tho "pink
shower" formed an artistic ornamont-
. atlon for tho dining room. Tlioso who
enjoyed Mrs. Constnbel's hospitality
woro Mrs. James Hough, Miss Helon
' Hough', Mrs, du Rol, Mrs. Alexander
i Robertson, Mrs Cleghorn und Mrs.
.Mr. flnmlrrnN Luncheon Purl).
Mr. Dolidein will be host nt n
luncheon party that will bo given to
day at 1 o'clock at llnlelwu. The
nlfnlr will bo served In the private
dining room, and the party will motor
to this pretty place by the Ken In
time for luncheon.
Dinner nt I'nliersllr Club.
A stag dinner for twelve wns given
Thursday evening ut tho University
Club In honor of Lieutenant Glllum
mid Lieutenant Vestal, both of the
Twelfth Infantry. Lieutenant Vestal
is tho son ot Colonel Venial. Doth
of the young oIllcerR will Join their
regiment, In tho Philippines.
Mlii II n Hi Illchnrds Knter(aln.
Miss Jtillctto Athcrton and Miss
rnr tilu ciilcilnliimont was Mrs. Jo-
Reph Atherton s mountnln home, "Luu
kuha." This beautiful mountnln homo
Is famed for Its (lowers. Tho long
tnblo was garlanded with exquisite
roses gathered from the garden, Tho
youug people and their chaperon, Mrs,
.Lieutenant and Mrs. Huswll's Dinner,
Covora were arranged for ten for
tho elaborate dinnor that wns given
Thursday evening by Lieutenant and
Mrs. Iloswell, U. 8. A. American
Ueuuty loses formed n handsome dec
oration for tho tabic. Tho dinner was
..... - .. ... . .
Tlioso present nt tho dinner wero
Lieutenant and Mrs. Iloswell, Mrs.
Pearley, Captain und Mrs. Armlstead
of tho Tnenty-Hrst Infantry, Mrs.
Tutt or Los Angeles, Mr. Senhrco and
Paper Ohnse at Lcllchun.
Keen disappointment wns experi
enced by those who hud planned to
participate in tho "paper chase" that
was to have taken place at Scliofield
Ihirrucks Thursday nrternoon. For
the uninitiated, a "paper chase" re
sembles tin game of "liuro and
hounds," only tho sport Is conducted
on horseback. The leader Is given
u fifteen minutes' start, und rides furi
ously. In a wooded country If possible,
scattering hits of paper over tho
course he chooses. The rest of tho
participants pursue him nnd endeavor
to capture him within n stated time.
Although this ex'cltlng sport could not
be Indulged In, the young people con
gregated at Captain and Mrs. Sturgls'
homo, where a picnic supper was
served. I.nter In the evening an In
formal dance was enjoyed. Among
those present wero Captain nnd Mrs.
Ktiirgl):, Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Cunning
ham, Miss Itoouey of Sun Frnnclsco,
Miss Kntherlne Stephens of Hono
lulu, Lieutenant Hoyt. Lieutenant
Phil Sheridan, Lieutenant Lewis,
Lleutenunt Gronlger. Captain and
Mrs. llalght and others.
Supper Danre nt Kn lint a I.
Lleutenunt and Mrs. Roy Smith will
net as chaperons nt n supper dance
that Is to be given Wednesday even
ing, July the nineteenth, tt the Ma
goon's sen beach place, at Kalawal.
Twenty-six have been Included un tho
Tramping parties In Honolulu aro
becoming very popular, tho rosldents
of this city realizing that exercise In
nno ot tho essentials to Insure one's
health. Tho provisions nnd Hawaiian
singing boys will bo carried by motor,
but tho chapel ons and the other
young people prefer to wulk. Tho
party will ride to the end of tho car
linn, nnd from thoro walk to this
pretty home by tho sen. It Is to bo
u "shirt vvulst" party, so tho tramp
ing will not Interfere with any elabo
rato party coftumo. A cold supper
will bo served ut long tables, garland
ed with Honors, und later tho young
people will "trip the light fantastic"
Among thoso who aro plunnlng to
I enjoy this affair nro Lieutenant and
Mrs. Roy Frnncls Smith, Miss Kdlth
Cowles, Miss Kuteman of Toxns, Miss
Helen Ninth, Miss Cooper, Miss Mc
Stocker, Miss Mngoon, Miss Irenu
iA,.!! JsjAfe -
h..'i'i'..( ?. . t .
Cooper, Mian Mary Schacffcr or Ohio,
Miss Katherlnu Stephens, Miss Lydla
Mc Blocker, Miss Isabelle Cooper,
Lieutenant Vnugti nnd Lieutenant
Price of Fort Ruger, Mr. George
Schaeffer of Lellchuu, Lieutenant
Johnson, Mr, George Macoldownoy,
Lieutenant Harold Parsons, Lleuten
unt Ulnlr, Mr. Walter Kendall, Lieu
tenant Uurrell and others.
('nplnlu Spurr's Dinner.
Captain 8jurr, the 'jnartcrmnctcr
cnptnln of tho trnnsport Sherman, en
tertained vnt un enJo)nblo dinner
Thursday evening nt thu Moulin
Hotel. Covers were laid for ten.
Among tho Captain's guests were the
Misses Swift (two), Mlns Kltsnn, Miss
Lltelle, Lieutenant and Mrs, Talntor,
Lleutenunt Green, U. S. N,, Lieutenant
Keck, I). 8. A., nnd Lieutenant Llghtte,
U. S. N. After dinner the host nnd
his guests participated In the army
hop that was given on Hint evening
nt the Moann.
Mrs. William Milder t.'nli rhilncl.
Wednesday evening Airs William
Wilder entnrtnlncd nt a birthday din
ner that waB given In honor or her
two sons, Mr. Charlie and Mr. Chan
Wilder, who aro twin brothers. Tho
cassia dosln was chosen for a table
decoration. These beautiful flowers,
that resemble npple blossoms some
what In appearance, were so artistic
ally arranged that the table decora
tions were beautiful. Airships with
tho name attached formed the truest
cards. Thoso prevent were Mrs. Wil
liam Wilder, Mr. and Mrs Thomas V
King, Mrs. Lamberson, .Mr ami Mrs
Harry Wilder, .Miss .Margaret Llsh
man, Mr. und Mrs. George Angus,
Miss Lnmberson nnd the two guests
of honor, Mr. Charlie Wilder mid Mr
Captain and Mr. Carter! Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. Clifton Carter en-
tertnlned nt dinner Wcdnesd.iv ,.,..
lug. Covers wero arranged for eluhl.
Pink nnd green were the (olnrs used
In the ornamentation of the tabic Aft
er dinner, the evening was devoted to
bridge will!. Among Un,',. preiant
were Captain nnd .Mrs. Cllllmi Carter.
Cnpt.iln und Mrs. Wilbur. Captain imdJ
Airs, (.nine, .MIsh Kntherlne Stephens
nnd Lieutenant And.", vvs, v s. A
Mrs. Soper's Thimble Parly.
Mis. Hopcr entertain, l Monday nft-
erncon at n thimble party In honor f
Mrs. Thomas V. King, who arrived in
Honolulu on the Sierra Clmcrul und
Mrs, Super's home on the corner of
LuiMlllo and Kecuuumku streets was
artistically decorated At half after
four delicious refrenlunentH vvero serv
ed. Miss Josephine Super, the oldest
daughter or the lioiHe, pieslded nt the
tea table. Among those present were
Mrs Kiiper, Mrs. Tliuinuk'Y. King, Mrs.
T. J King, Mrs. Sotithgute. Miss Jo.
sephlne Roper, Mrs. Paul Ischhcrg ami
her house guest, Mrs McGnuliy or Ban
I'ruiiclsto; Miss Ward, Mrs. Stackiihtc,
Mrs. William Super, Miss lllaiiehc Ro
per anil others.
Mrs. Humburg's Luncheon.
Mrs. John llninbui'K h.ts I'stied li.vl
tntlous fur n luiiehenii that i, tll be
given for forty guests. This ill light
ful affair vvilt be given nt the .Mo. ma
Hotel and Is In the. nature or u rare-
well, as Mrs. Huuihurg leaves shortly
for the mainland.
Mrs. John Palmer's Luncheon.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. John Pal-
lllir entertain) it at a brldgn luncheon
that was given In houor or Mrs. Albeit
Wilt ox. This luncheon was one or the
prettiest affairs of the week, mid was
given nt the llotil t'ourtl.md. The tu
blo decorations wero in golden shower
and tulle In tho siune shade. The place
cards were hand painted ill shades of
yellow. Aftir luncheon the hostess and
tier assembled guests plnjcil bridge.
Those who enjoyed .Mrs. Palmer'h bos
pltullty were Mrs. Albert Wilcox, Miss
Allirou, Mrs. P Ilerger,, Mrs. Iiiu, Mrs
Kheii Low, Mrs. James Dougherty and
Mrs. Philip lYeiir.
Mrs. R. W. Breckons' Luncheon.
Mrs. It. W llreckons gave a beautl
ful luncheon yesterday at the lintel Co
lonlnl. Purple and green were the col
ors used to dee orate the beautiful cir
cular table. The place cards wero In
scribed In gold, with tho word "Co
lonial" In the left-hand corner. Among
the friends Invoeil to meet Miss Co.ipes,
who was the guest of honor on this
occasion, were Ml'. Alexander (1. Hob
erthon, wife or Cider Justice Robert
son; Mrs. Robert Shingle, Mrs. Pratt,
Mr. Don, Miss Oault and Miss Sackctt.
Or. and Mrs. Frears Dinner.
Dr. and Mrs. l'rear vveru host and
hostess at a prdty dinner that was
given at the Hotel Courtland, Tho
bridge dinner was greatly enjoyed tiy;
thnli dozen guests. At 7 o'clock a de-,
Melons (tinner was serveii. in mo ceu-(
ter or tho tnblo was a bakit contain
ing yellow nnd white marguerites, Tho
handle or the basket wns tied with yel
low tulle. The plaio cards weru hand
painted nnd wire ornamented with
mnrguci Ites .Vfd r dinner, the host nnd
hostess and their guests played bridge
until a late hour The following guests
enjoyed the affair Mr and Mrs. W'nl
Inc.) nirrlngtou, Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Morte, Mr and Mis. I.lncl.rinan, Mr. and
Mrs John Drew, Mr. and Mrs Fred
Hush, Mr nnd Mrs. l.yser.
Mr, Sobreo, n brother of Rear-Ad-mlral
Rehree, was a pisre-iijor on thu
transport Sherman, en route to Ma
Lk't iiaJvJ Asu.vtJHti..J'ifiuiiik.t.
, V ' Ts' '
Mr. andM'rs."Wiliram Lanz'i
piilslte Ills, mountain ferns nnd
m.ille I'dorned the table at which a du
(Iclo.is pu supper was served, Tues
day evening, hi honor of Mr, and Mrs.
Jnik Dmvsitt, who Imve recently re
turned rioiu a nuropeun trip. The en
tertainers on this iK'cuilou were Mr
nnd Mrs. William l.nuz. The enter
tainment was given at their house oil
Ptin.ihou rtreit. During supper a Ha
waiian ipilntit dull ln)cd. ljiter In
tho cviiilng u niimlier or friends c.iliui
hi, und participated In an Informal
dune e Among their supper guests
were Mr and Mrs. Jack Dowsett, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frederick .Miufarl.me, Mrs,
Ilerger, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J.
Campbell, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Itlch
unison, Mr mid Mrs. Frederick Kle
lij'bn, Major and Mr George Potter,
MIk .Mice Miicrarkilie, Miss Mlna ller
uer. Miss rilzscrald, Mr. Harry Whit
ney mid others.
For Waists and Complete Suits I
have the finest and most complete
line of Madeira Embroid
ery in Honolulu.
Hawaiian Muumuu Auto Caps
v Baby Bonnets ,,
v Evening Gloves Enameled Jewelry
If it is New you will find it here
Fort Street, next Convent
X.f .JStWv. it
Made by the
American Biscuit Co.
Crisp and Tasty
Ask Your Grocer for aTinJl v
.Sii , ' '' r
' jH '
N els on B. Lansing,
Mica coopers f'ol Cupper.
j Judge and .Mrs, Henry Cooper,
cliriiuioued at an cnjoyahlo pal sup-
. per, Thursday evening, that was glv-
I en at their beautiful homo In Manoa
Valley, In honor of their bouse guest,
1 .Miss Mary Schaeffer of D.i)ton, Ohio.
the tablo w.is girlonilo.l with mountain
ferns, nl each nun of I ho tvvent ,
pt.ico.', beautiful lets wero romi I. Tho
fragMti' floral wre-iths were worn!
during thu rcnu inter of the evening, j
Tho tnblo was laden with Hawaiian
delicacies, the novelty of tho enlo'-'
talnmcnt appealed to tho guest of
honor ftcr thn feast tl.nnelnir was'
enjoyed until :i Into hour, Ainoni;
thoso present wero Judge and Mrs.
Cooper, Captain nnd Mrs. Johnson,
Miss Mary Schacffcr. C.int'iln iind
Mrs Claike, Paymaster nnd Mrs.'
Herbert Stevens, Miss Nora Swnmy.j
Miss Hiirthn Kopke. Miss CnopT nnd I
Misses Irene nnd Isabelle Cooper.
Lieut. Vuiihli, Lieut. Pi Ire, Lieut.
I H,t- Ji l -i
i " j;
Joliin:oi:, Lieut. Pardee, l.feut.
diunh and Mr Alfred Cooper
uapiain ana Mrs. u.awaras utnner.
Captain and Mrs. lMwards have bevii
giving a series of dlumrs during tlloi
past week. 'Ibis evening they will eiiY1
, . , . a ., .i 1 n.i '
ii'ruiiii .dujur 1100 ,irs i.nwnrii j 1101
berl.iku nnd Captain mid Mrs (l.nne
Captain and Mrs. Edward.',' Dlnnrr
nl... ,i.... .,hu ,.... tl... ,...ii.. im...
1 in. iu,t-,n limn (ill.' iutii.111 criuiu
ireo inane en eueciivei ciecur.uion nij; '
,tln .(I......H ....Ml. . .. I.lt. Ijltli
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.....i tft t-.i ..!.. ...w...l.in, n- (..rxV'.
nun mil, i.iii. tiiiia ii(isiiivii 1 hi siluv. 4
evening. Alter dinner the host, hojlf .;
icsn iiini (neir guebis, iieueril aim ",
1fa X(,.n,.T.intnn. ((...ml I 1 1 tt'i .
...id. ..l.lllh.'IIIVI j .IlilVt'llll, Ullll dlll-l
Jor und Mrs, Koester motorol tu tho.
Colonial Hotel and parilclp ito, In lliel
Naval ball. J
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