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CVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1911.
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CUT. AND MRS. HARLOW HOSTS
AT GAY AFFAIR ON CALIFORNIA
T l.o tinhorn! i tff.ilr (.r the week,
In fact one of the mbst Inipor nnt nf,
the keaimi was I lie select dancing
pail) given Chilstmis night on hoard
'ho llngshlp Cnllfoiuli h Captain anil
Mis. Harlow. Tlio ontuiMlnmenl v..th
the iiiiihi liciullfiil iini'tliin that has
oer heen nltlieHKed In llonnliilii. The
favors and decorations came from
N'ew Yoik and were orj he.inilfiil
The shli was decorated with liiin
i leds of electric IIkIiIs shinled with
f nil lamps. In the renter of the
ipiarler dick wan a tnnimnnth Christ.
ins tiee, heantifiillv deior.itod and
lMllll.mil) llahlcd with tln electric
liKht hnlhs In all colori. The ipiarler
teik was endowed with palms ami
d.iKs, and pennants. i:u':i the Kn
i':i) was enclosed with III: us. the lopes
on cither side welo Interwoven with
ti.mi) coloied electric Hulits. The
inniipj of iIiiks weiu also outlined
Willi cidnied electth MkIiIk Neai the
he.iil or the KUiiKway was an elcctilc
fountain, til led wllh a do7eu downy
ducks that had heen hatched the ilnyi
hefoie 'I ho ducklliiKs liad ovideully
lioon tialneil, for then seemed to en-,
jov the pnity, as much as an) on"
liesont, hfliiK husll) eiiK.iKed swim-!
mliiK In the commodious fountain i
Captain and .Mr. Ilailiw recfled
lliflr Kiiests In their usual poiiIIhI
nnnliei. .mil decorated each Kuest
with an lllma lel, twlijed with malic.
The hitler looktd hIiiiiiiIiik in Ii I'ails
I'duii of lli;ht 1,1110 sallu. with an
uwrdieks of chllTon, Irlnuned hi Ve
netian point I'ice. Aflei the luform.il
reception, dinchiK was paitlclpated
In. Slmrll.v hefnio mldulKht, a colli.
Inn IIkiiio was ilaiirtd, lownid the end
of lint flRUie. tliu I'lipslM rni Hied 111
columns of four, the leader kuIiIIuk
them to the pin Hon of the. ship, wlieie
supper was sencd. As the four
CUcstH nrrhed, two sailors cauio
oulcl.ly fmwnril ami placed a table
with (hairs, and the four kucsIs we in
sealed. This was done until wiy
oiic ttim seated fur supper. The la
n'es weie ornamented with illinliiti
lUo Hanta Clans and Clulslnias trieii.
The dees were filled v.llh hoius, whls
tlm, tiny drniiis. In furl tos or over
lecilpllon. In n few iiiltiutos, pan
I'einoiiliim relmied cerone was el
I her blow Ini? i w JitstUsor tioi n, oi ln-nt-'iik
a tli urn, etc. Allei the iioIko had
somowliat siihslilcd tlio host with
Klass In hand pioHsei a loist, "Tn
'he dear o-ics at home especially the
iwicthcuitH and wives, who had heen
icrt liehlnd." This was ditink slniid
iib, and was finished hv shiKlni; "Auiil
Lain; SatiB." The tun liuudied voices
made the ship i tnK ulll, (.i.P,. nlj
pood fellowship. ArtBTIhc elahirato
suppor, dnclni; was resumed and run
lliiued until a late hour. Aiiiuiik thoso
Admlial and Mis. Thomas, riovernor
t-'ieai, Aiimlnil and Mis, Covvles, Ad
miral Soiithetlnud, Cap'nlu llalsicad.
C.iptulu lliniictt, Caplnln Klllcott.
Captain and Mrs. (illl, Commaiiler
TcrlHiiK-. I.luutcn tut Ci.miuander ami
.Mis. Williams, Captain and Mrs. Ca'
ler, Capt'iiii and Mis Marlx, l.leuleu
ant Coiumauiler ami Mis. Vv'ude, l.luu-
nut Conimiudcr and Mrs. Wells.
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. V. Dllliuuhnm, Mi
ami Mis. Waller Dllllniiliam. Ml and
Mis. Samuel Wilder Mr. and Mis.
(lei i It Wilder, Lieutenant Ciiiiiiinnil
ei Diiuclas, Lieutenant Commander
lirlKKs, I.Uuten.iut t'ouimaiuler Mc
Dowell, Major Hill, Pay Inspector
Hicks, Medical Inspector Not lou,
1'av master and Mrs, Stephens, Lieu
tenant and Mrs. nhoiuilev, Lieuten
One-Piece Porcelain Lined
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ant and Mrs. KliiKshury, Lleutcuntit
f'onimander and Mis. LatiK, l'.ijmns
tcr and Mrs. Iiwln, Dr. Milliner, Dr.
AiiRiilu, Lleulennnt and Mis. Itees,
Mi. and Mrs lllshop. Lieutenant nnd
Mis. (lavlor, Lieutenant nnd Mis. Hov,
'inucls Smith, Mr. and Mis. Snnuzv,
Miss Swnuzy, Miss Covvles, Mr. and
Mrs. Teiilic), Miss Tinnej, Mis, Mr
Sto"ker, Miss McStotker, Miss Hulk
le), Miss UNhop, Lieutenant and Mrs
Willis, Miss Case, Mr. Anion, Ml and
Mrs. Audcrpnu, Mr, ItedliiKton, Mlsi
Mnkec, Miss llilleiitjne. Dr. Ilisplumi
Mr. Mrl'atluuc, Lieutenant Conim in
der S. I. M. Jlnjor Lieutenant Win
ston, Mr. Mack, Lleuteiinut Ithodes,
Lieutenant Withers, Lieutenant Keli
ei, Mi. (Iraudv, Mi. and Mis, Owenr,
i.lcuteiiaut lle.iuKR.ird, Lleuteiinut
Steele, Lieutenant Itowrll, n.islRii
ll.idt, Cuslitu Illll, KiisIrii Lofipilnl,
LiisIrii SchelllliK, KiisIku llowaid
Midhliuii.m O'lliUu. Midshipman
Okie, Midshipman Dodo' Midshipman
Hales, Midshipman Stone, Mldshlpmnu
CiiIIiikIiuii, Midshipman Mnrh, Mid
shipman llenutsou, Midshipman Wine,
Mis. Piilirnton, Miss Itockwell, JIIss
Siiiilliliim, Miss Coodale, Miss llolT
uiaii, AIlss Lucjs, Miss North, Mis
Dobbins, Miss Coleman, Miss Null,
Miss Kennedy .Mr. ami Mis. Calhoun,
Mis. Lucas, Mrs Allen, Miss Cut ton.
'ho Misses llaidlni;, the Misses llo
Knn. Miss Yoiiiib, Miss Nev man, Miss
SIiiikcou, Miss Walker.
lllrltnlii) Iliuner at Ccimitrt ( lull.
Anioni; the pieltlest eiiteitalumeuts
of the season was the hlithday illimnr
i,'lien III honor of .Mis, Helen Xuumiii
at the Country Club. Wediusday even
IliK. The pietty dull hoiiso had Ueen
trausforiiiod by means of aitlstlc and
heaiitlful di (orations. The poiteco
ilicie, veriindns and entrance wcio
IniiiK with Japancru lanleins. Th In
side or the, house wus 111 led with
Chiistmas berries, holly and polnset
tlas. The loni? table was nria.lKcd In
the diniui; loom. Over the tucliva)s,
bUvvicn tui IMiik loom uud hallway,
was u In lulu im ill ii effect of puppcr and
featliery hauiboo The nrtlstlc nlone
llreplace was hanked with pot led
li ilms, llowerliiK polusettlas and
laaideuhalr fern. riom the side
walls .were huiiR fancy baskets vary
Iiik In sluiie and sl.c, some routaln-
Iiir Chi 1st s berrleR and others tilled
with Kituefill spra)s of bamboo. Statu
ly palms, artistically phucd thiousli
the dlffeieiit rooms, nmlillnilrd their
shale towaid the nitlstlc effect of the
decorations. The color scliome
throiiKhout was buirlet uud Kreen
Tliliiuuli the tenter of the loui; dln
uei table wcio plated handioniu tut
class bowls, coiitalnliiK double red
on nations nnd maidenhair fein
Slialidii of snillaX", ttreumers and hut
ttrlly bow knots, romposeil of ilbbou
tbllTou, In a sluiile of pale Kreen, weio
utlllrcd In an imioliveiitluuiil iIivIkii
IovmiiiI tlio oiniimenlatlon of the sur
laio of the table. Colonial silver cau
dleslhks, shaded with fillKree shadun
of silver lined with red satin, weie
plsied pinuilscutmsly iirouud tlio
table rrtiiu the tenter or the reilliiK
to the toruuis of the dlnliiK room were
Itstooned Ioiik ropes of malic, thus
producing a canopy effett over tlio din
ner table. Suspended fioui the uiullti
weiu IlKhted "fairy lamps" mid or
i t Ti til I lauteius The effect was so
in tlsllc that It delles dcsciiptton. Dur
IliK the dinner fancy houhons wero
opened, contaluliiK fancy taps and
musical lustiiiiuents. 'I he placo cards
were postal turds, ornamented with
kodak views of .Mr. and Mrs. Ten
lu y homo orr l'ensacola street. On
rnrh (iinl vvns written n limerick Unit
was lent liy inch guest, during the
n past .Most of the rhymes weio of
ii (uiiiIl.ii nature, mid excited mirth
ami laughter, rne iliuner favors or
red nrtlllilal rotes, containing hou-1
lions, weio very pretty. Dining the j
dinner KiiiiI'm orchestra played, and J
later for the dautiiiK. Aiiioiik those
who erlJo)ed this delightful dinner
party worn Mrs, Helen Nootian, Lieut.
Coumtnudcr and Mrs. Lone Lieuteii
unt and Mrs. Calhoun, Miss Anderson,
Miss Wllheliiilna Teliuey, Miss Violet
Malice, Miss Oialdluc NVumaii, Miss
Hoo Herbert, Miss Agnes Walker,
I.lcuteuimt Hudson, Lieutenant Pence,
Paymaster Tobby, Lieutenant Cioss,
Uottor Vlckeiy uud Doctor Chatnhets.
.Mr. mid .Mrs. Sleteiivnii's lllnucr.
Mr. and Mrs V. I. Stevenson were
host mid hostess at n beautiful Christ
mas dinner that was given at their
pretty homo on tlreen stieet, The en
tertainment was given In honor of
their guests, Mis Clouiin, .Miss Dolly
Clonal! uud Miss Lettln Clouiin, of
Sjclney, New South Wnlei, who nre
spendltiK the winter with them. The
house vvns handsomely detointed 111
holly, lualle and Christmas berries. An
elaboiate iliuner was seivcd at half
after sl, at a round table piettlly anil
artistically decorated In scarlet nnd
Ki ecu. Aiiiuiik those pieselit were Mr,
and Mrs. V. L. Stnvensou. Airs. Clotinii,
Miss Ultle Cloiiiiii, Alius Dolly Clo
uiin, Air. William Kiusle.i and Air.
I'hll II. Dank) KnllovvliiK the dinner
the party motored to points of Inteiest
about the city.
Unvelllnu of Xmas Tree.
One of tho Hiclal lunetlnns of tho
I'eek was tho unvellliiK of the Chllst
mas tiee, on the U. S. S. Colorado.
Tho olllcers of the Alilp were the
hurts on this otcjsiou. The function
took pi ico on Christmas I've. Tho
quarter deck was htilllautiy lighted
with Innumerable elcctilc lights. The
cntlio deck wus gaily decoiated with
signal Hugs and pennants The quar
ter deck was enclosed with Hal's of
1,11 nations. 1'ilor to tho unveiling of
the tiee, there was an luteicstlng
moving plctuio show, Alost of tin
slides weiu oxtieinoly funny uud weie
the means of piomntlni; much mirth
uud galet). DiiiIiik, t lit) pel fin malice
tlio deck was In seml-daikness. Short
ly utter eleven o'clock tho ship's baud
1 la) oil mi enlivening air and with the
withdrawal of a cuitnln, a mammoth
Chiistmas tiee, lideucd with tinsel,
ornaments or all description and lull
liantly lighted with candles, was ills
pl.i)td. There weio "take orfs" ror
llio olllccis nnd the guests and Santa
Clans was busy for an hour, railing
'hu names and dlsti Uniting tho gifts.
At midnight the bind pli)cd an In
i piling waltz and evciy ouo parllcl
pated In the d incliig, which vvns In
diilgcd In until the wee small bonis
t twelve o'clock each one was en
gaged wishing their friends "A .Merry
Chiistmas. ' Tho novell) of the en
tcituluincut appealed In the many
guests that wcio piesent the geiieraj
.'eitlict being that tho ollkcis of tho
II. S. S. Coloiado make inimitable
hosts. I'ollovvlug'ls a list of those
'vlui participated In the affair: Ad
miral and Alis. Thomas, Admlial and
Mis. Waller Covvles, Captain and
Mrs. Harlow, l.lout. Commander anil
Mrs. Chester Wells, i.leut. Conunaiil
ir "and Mis. I.aug, Lieut, Comuiindei
and Mis. Owens, Captulu and Alls.
(1111, Lieut C'oiiimuuder ami Airs. Wil
liams, I.leut. ami Mis. Calhoun, Lieut,
uud Airs. Hues, Lieut, and Aim.
tlhnrmluy, I'a)iuaftler and Airs, John
Invln, lllshop ami Airs. Henry llonil
Vestarlck, Air. and Atis. Harry Alar
llu llepbiun, Allns lMlth Cowlcs, Lieut
'ind Mrs. (Liylnr, Lieut, and Mis, Iloss
lOugshuiy, Air. and Alls, Joseph Slice
ly, Dr. and Mrs. Ilurey Murray, Airs.
JlU.tbeth Chinch, AIlss Helen NoitK
A'lss Case, Air. and Alls, tleorgo An
Kus, AIlss .lean Angus, Air. and Airs.
James Sutton AlcCaudless, AIlss Alyra
Angus, Air and Airs. Hocking, Allsa
riot cure HolTiuan, AIlss Kthol Aiikus,
Captain and AUs. Arthur Alnrlx, Lieu-
inn i !"
Fort and Queen Streets
HMtflMTtfTir Mrt. Vfl(ltTT.ICiltTTirra '
Mrs. W'ilHs. Mrs. Wheeler, Miss Uuck
loy, AIlss Alice Cooper, Miss Kathcr-
!in mmihntitt MImh f.wlli MrStnrknr.
... .,,........., ., .
.Mian Irene Cooper, AIlss II. Wllllnms,
Pay Inspector IIIckH, Lieut. Davy,
Mrs. Oliver I.uiihImk. Mr, (Irnml),
I.leut. Cnnimniijcr Wilson, l.lent
Commander I.andli, Pnjninster D)er
'Jr. (lelBer, I.leut. Wnllnco llertlmlf
DihIkii llinncr, Ensign clrcslium, Kh
slgn llotsford, Knslgn Wuddcll, Kri
slgti Cnniau, Knslgn Wnildlnglun, i;n
pIkh IlaiiKhmaii, .Miss da, .Miss An
derson, .Mr. and Mis. Lewis, Admiral
Snutherlnnd, the Cnptalns nnd other
mccril f n,,, Pacific lleet.
Mr. and Mrs. John Drew's Dinner.
Mr, iid Mis. Charles Diew of Sin
Kianclsco," wero tlio complimented
guests at n dinner that was nUen
Tuesday evening by their sister unil
hiolher. Mr, and Mrs. John Drew. The
pietty home of the host nnd hostuss
was filled with scarlet potusctlas mid
lotted palms, Dinner was served at
seven o'clock at a table tastefully dec
otatcil with tho some variety of (low
er. Aiiioiik those present weie Mr.
'mil Mis. John Diew, Mr. uud Mrs.
Maistou Campbell and Air. and Alls.
Meeting of College Club.
About fort) nit tubers of the College
t'luli found time amid the activities of
ludldiiv vviil. to nit ct ut the Colonial
on Tutsilav nftirniiou Nut only did
the social hour partake of the spirit
of the maxim, but those present wtie
iimiulmnus hi their iipprtrlitlon of the
special feature of the dav. which was
ii ihannliiK slor) lead by its author, u
new resilient or Honolulu Tills au
thor, Alr Agee. Is a ,v XK vvrllir
.. i.. . ....
n.-.e ftwiiis inner in r i.m hi,i,.
rm,t. u,wlU lsi. have l-en
llsliftl In piiiLilnent inaguitlnes f the
t'nlleil Stat, s during the last tliree or
four, .veins Slpi al. liroiiKbt out
"Quliksands" last sprhiB and has na
utili r LiHlk uiidtr wii) to be piibllslied
"'on Wlh Jir husband, Mr M. 1.
Agie of tin; Hawaiian Planters' Aksu
elallim, Mrs Akis- came fimii I.nulsl
mi.i a feu mouths ago, and thev are
now making their home In Hiiiuilulu.
H'Klnl nnd lnttlUctti.il tlnlos nre fur
tiiiiiitu In this new ntiiiilsltluii.
Mr. Lyall's Dinner.
.Mr. Jack I.) all was host at u Jolly
dinner parte on Tuesday evening nt
the Colunlil In honor of Airs. W II.
Illseriiuiii of Jllln. The tulle iUiimii
tlons, vv III, Ii u.re In the capable hands
of AIlss Jnliiisini, were i eeeillngly
pretty, being carried nut In red mid
green A lnre basket lllnl wllh rtd
polniiettas nnd tnalduilialr fern, with
n Iiiiku bow nt rtd rlbbou urtlstleully
tled on the luiudle, nude u striking
teiitcrpUte, while red polnscltas seat
tired over the dumiisk rlAlc, made the
table .r.v ntlractlve Dainty red bus.
kits with a fin K r bully berries on
the handles, were used ns favors, and
the place cards vwro painted with
bully birrhs. White roses were found
at each guest's, cover. Those present
were .Mrs. W. II Illsirmun. Mr. .mid
Mrs. II, S. f!rn. Mss Annbelle Low.
AIIhm nmma l.)ons. Mr n. Schmktl.
Mi I're.v Deverlll and .Mr. Ljall Ar
ttr iliuner the evuilnu was Riven ovtr
.Mrs. Ounce Angui,' l.iinilieon.
Airs, fioorge Ilu'liliard Angus Is en
tertaining today with n luncheon In
honor or Miss Kthel Angus, -aIioso en
Kageneiit to Mr. John Howard Kills
Is announced this afternoon In the
society minimi l(f t Is In paper. Tho
luutheon was one of tho piettlest of
the season. In tho center of the table
was a Taney oblong basket lilted with
yellow coreopsis nnd Austiallaii
maidenhair fern Streamers of yel
low nnd hut nt slemin, combined with
the (lowers, piodiired n benutlrul
decoration. Tho placo cards were
adprned wllh diminutive Cupids, ral
lying out tho pre-iiuptlul Idea. Among
Mrs. Georgu Angus' KUests are AIlss
Aimstrong, Airs. Rllrfunl II. High. AIlss
Helen Cllrvln, AIlss Kthel Angus, Miss
Hello AlrCoiiistou. AIlss Alyra Angus,
AIlss MoIIIh (Iruce, AIlss Jean Angus,
Miss Florence lIolTuiaii and AIlss Har
Admiral and .Mrs. Conies Kutertaln.
Ndiiu of the Chiistmas J'e parties
weio more enjoyable Hum the party
given by Admiral mid .Mrs Covvles on
the? evening of December tho twenty
fourth. The Aduili ill's homo was
"guj 15' 'tlccbTunMliniCir. Crirlstluas
berries and smllat. One of the chief
features of the ovenlng's entertain
ment was u Christmas tree, laden
with gifts for every one. The tree
wiib decorated with tinsel, ornaments
of eveiy description, and brll'luntly
lighted with candles. After the dis
tribution of the gifts tho party ad
journed to tho dining room, vhero a
ilelltlotis collation was served. The,
dining room was handsomely deco
ra led In scarlet and green. Among
Admiral mid Airs. Waller .Covvles and
AIlss Cowles' guests were (lenerul and
Airs. .Montgomery Alacoinb, Alfijor mid
Airs. Neville, Captain and Mrs. Cllf- ,
ton Carroll, Airs. Frederick William (
Coleman, All. nnd Airs. L. Tcnney'
Peck, Judge and Airs Seidell Kings
bury of .Maul, Air. and Airs. Hurry
Wlldcl, All. mid Airs. Frank AIo
Stotkcr, Lieutenant and Airs. Gnyler,
Lieutenant and Alls. Itoss Kingsbury,
Lieutenant mid Airs. Hoy Francis
Smith, Airs. Locko, Lieutenant mid
Mis. Pratt, Lieutenant and Airs, tier
aid Johnson, Airs. Itockwell mid AIlss
Itockwell, Lleulennnt Salmi, Lieuten
ant Auilievvs nnd others.
.Major ami .Mrs. Woiitrn's Dinner.
On Friday, Jaiiunry the llfth, .Major
and Airs. Wootcn will entertain at a
dinner pally at their hume nt Foil
Do Hussy. Covers will Jio laid for
.Mrs. Miitle to I'nlertiilii.
Airs. Wade, wife of Llustennnt Wado
of the IT. S. S. Coloiado, will entertain
Tuesday afternoon In honor or her
little soli's llfth blrthdny The chil
dren's parly Is to he given at the
Alounu Hotel, where Airs, Wade is
staying during the stay uf the Pa
Mrs. l:. II. Haiti mIii'k Luiirucou,
Mis. Ii. D. Il.ildwin entertained Fu
.1 v. .' '
day afternoon at luncheon In honor
of Airs. Wcthcrcll mid Airs Merrill.
'Ihe two charming woiiicii. mo plan
ning It) spend the winter at the Hoyal
Hiiwiiiiaii Hotel. They are charmed
with the beauties of Hawaii nel.
Mrs. Sl.inle.i's I.uuchetin.
A coterlo of friends enjoyed tho hos
pitality of Airs. Stanley, when sin) en
tertained nt luncheon Friday after
noon. Covers weie laid for eight.
The beautiful place cauls were of hu
Oileutnl churruter, having been pur- ,
chased during Judge mid Airs. Stan
ley's trip In Japan. Quantities of
Shasta daisies ornamented tho table,
the dowers being urtistlcally arranged
in a silver basket. On this occasion
Airs. Clay of Ilerkeley, Cal was the
guest of honor. Those seuted urot'.ud
tho tlower-bedecked table were Mm.
Stanley, lnly lleion, Air 8. Clay, Mrs
Walter Francis Dillingham, Airs. 1
Teliuey Peck. Mrs. Seidell Klngsbpr)
of Aluul, .Mrs. Newton Ijjcke ami YsA.
James Wlldei. ' jf'
Alls, Ilrowii, .wife of Colonel Drown,
U. S. A., will entertain the Wedues
day llrldgo Club cm January the thri'd
nt Airs. Turner's home, who Is 4
daughter of Alis. Drown. '
Ofllrers on 11. S. S. Mar) hind In En
tertain. The watch party that is to ho given
on hoard the U. S S 'Maryland Is
being anticipated by tho Honolulu nu
tlet)' folk that have been Invited.
I'laborute preparations an; being made
by the prospective hosts.
Mrs, Helen .Noonati's Luncheon.
On New Year'K Da), Alia. Helen
Noonmi will enteitiilu ten guests at
luncheon ut the O.ihu CountryCluh.
The table will bo ui ranged under a
largo marquee on the liivvn. After
luncheon the hostess and her guests
will paitlclpato In the reception uud
dance that uie to hu given on that
afternoon by tho club members.
(ieneral and Mrs. .Miieiuiili'.s Dinner.
General and Airs. Jduutgomcry Ma
comb have Issued cauls for ii dliniei.
that Is to be kIm' on Thursday even
lug, January the fourteenth. Tin
dinner will bo given at their home1
on Ileretiiul.i um nun, Captulu and
Atrs. Ilurlovv will ho the guests of
Dinner on Hoard 11. S. S. California.
The wardrpolii ottlceis of tho IT. S.
S. California ar,o planning mi elabo
rutu dinner that Is to hu given on
Tuesday evening, Jmiuury tho second
Covers will be laid for thlit). After
dinner the pnity will motor It) the
Moulin Until, wheia they will partici
pate In tho ollltets' bull that Is to be
given at the Mujina lintel.
.Miss I'llicl IIMinp's l.unilieciu.
AIlss Kthel Ilisliop entertained
eleven of her fi lends at a luncheon
that wan given Thiiisday afternoon at
the Coiiutiy Club. A pinfuslun of
scarlet carnations udnriiod the table,
combined with maidenhair fern The
place cards represented .lupaucie
Torls, arranged on Mundaids Tho
handsomely haud-piiluted fnvoiH weie
gie.itly udiulied Allium; AIlss Kthel
llihhop's guests vveui, Alis. Frank
llentilce llolswotth, AIlss Kstlier '
Kopko uud AIlss Kdlth Wllllums.
Mr. and Mr6. C. Wldemann'o Pol 8up.
Tomoiiow evening, Air. and Alls, C.
Wldeuiuim will euteilulu ut u pul
suiper at their AVulMkt hoiue. Tho
guests have been Invited In "see the
Old Year out mid tho Nuw Year In."
Thompson, Airs. Ilaiolil nilTard, Alias 'J
.leslu Kennedy, AIlss Floienco Ilolt-5
man, Alls llaiotd Castlo, Airs, AlfredT
Castle, Airs, (lustuv Schuefer, Alu