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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
w.wjtri"-'rji . -dMMBLiLLEmE
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The most elaborate May Kiidlvnl
over seen In Honolulu will bi given
at l nomas Squnru from tweivo ,10011 palms and tropical plants, but has'
till III n in on May 18th, whlcn is be- promised to lncludo a few of tho fam
ine planned by u number of prom- ous muldenhalr baskets from her own i
Inent coilety women or Honolulu loi hot houses.
the purpose of ralslnB a fund for .a Tugs will be In charge of Mrs
lew Catholic chiinnl n Punn him , " ..... ,.-......,. .....I
The church oer which Father
Stephen now presides has now grown
Ino hinalf to accommodate the con-
LH Piitlon i
'llii' rhulrmen of tho various eon
lulltes, which ure all under the dl-
n lion or Mrs. a i; Murphy, an
Hp.ulliK no efforts to nuke the (
llvil a memorable success iirtiRtlc.il-
I) i ml nnnnclully ' i
l'oi the oicnslon, one half of
1 lioiima Squuro has been received,
and will be roped off and patrollid
In six enlisted men from Fort Sliai-
I. .1,1.1 dI. ten l..K, II.....1H tml ,..,.
lenti. general admission will be
ihnigid, which will lncludo In
inning a uioilng picture kIiow
The grounds are to be dec
orated wltli bunting and hundnds
of in ca mid arl-iolorcd lights and
will be lllled with booths of many at
tractions Tho Itojal Hawaiian baud
will lender relectlnns from twelve to
.four, and In the evening Father UN
lit h s baud will piny
The tickets for the luau mid foi
cign lunch will bo In chargo of Mis
Carl dil Hot and a chaige will bt
niatlu or one dollar, MvurliiK cither it
tlclut to tie Hawaiian Teast or t'lo
1 ollowlng are the booths, their
cli-ili iiif i. usslstants and nttradljti
.Novell) llooth Mrs W W llimU,
rli.'ili ivrii : assistants, Misses MvitW
Schuin.iii, Martha McC'iitncy, Tr.i'lm i
Muipli), Dorothy Wood Violet .3'i'oi-
r, l;lolse wlchnian, Alberta wnol
lev In this booth noi elites In the
,'crin of luncheon an I dinner fawns,
pluci ciidu and Irlsn ciochet will be
Hawaiian Booth Mrs Walter Mac
fnrlaue and Mrs. Hobert Shingle,
(luilrnien, nssisted by a number of
)oung gills Hawaiian calabashes,
inn lent and modern, some lino old
tapus, mid Hawaiian bed cpilltH will
Clilncso llooth Mrs Wong Leong
nnd asalLtantB will offer candy and
swicttniutti, embroideries, sandal
wood trophies ami oilcntal novelties
lup.mese llooth Mis Merle John
son In charge will present u Japanese
garden, where among cheri) blos
lioiuu, tea and sandwiches will bt
seived by Japaneso maids In nuilonul
Madeira llooth Mrs Holllnger and
Miss Mary Andradc, e'lnlimen, will
display all varieties of Madeira hand-
vioik and einbroldeiles.
Pillow llooth Mrs Abel, Mrs
Wiitz, chairmen; Mis Strnub, Miss
Sihnoor, Mrs Hhodes, Miss Qulnlnn,
Mrs C H Haven, nsslstnntB, will pre
sent all varieties of sora cushions
I rom Led i oo m to laiint lounging cush
ions Tho Delicatessen llooth. under the,
dliectlon or Mrs Arthui Wall and
Mis Du Hoi, assisted b) Mesdames J
M MiChcsney, Caspar SUva, l-ouls
Perry, J M. Qtiliwol, Clarence Cunha,
(' A Peacock, A D Larnach, Henry
Aroug, IIci inanii Schultzo, John
Wholley, S I). Ileupy, J M Kennedy,
A I) Castro, Misses Muriel llowatt, U Neumann, 1. McStocker, J Mc
Mmlon Gieeu, Grace Carol, Hazel Stocker, Koclllug, Ingalls 12), Mc-
Hucklmid and Gloria Hodrlgues, will
t,uve all varieties of roast meats and
fowl, baked beans, rolls, German ap-
pie enke, herring anil potato salad,
pies and mincemeat As this booth Is
In charge of tho most capable woman
In Honolulu backed by an excellent
committee, n great treat is in store
10 Days' Sale
Now on at
Kme : K ill . 'A"
m' 'HLiirH ffl Q "HI Sa
I Tlio Let Hootli, In charge of Mrs I
Charles Lucas, Miss Harriet Lucas,
Miss Mary Lucas, imil Minn Itonlo ller-
, li'Tt, will offer lets mid flowers of nil.
kinds, nntnrnl mid nrtlflclnl, tunny'
novelties being Included I
Pnlms and Plants' will be In chnrgo
of I'rlniess Kiiliinlnniiole, who will
not only sell many Leautlfiil potted
ueorgu roller, ussisieu uy ahhkcs ,viuy
Damon, Harriet Hatch nnd Marlon
omii The price of a tog will be ten
'i i, rmwiv !iii,. nr wiiiMi Mra. r
A Doulliltt. Mrs. W W. 'North. Mrs'
Sam Peck. Mrs. Sam Johnson and
Mrs W M Mlntun, usslstadn by
Misses Helen North, Jessie Kenned),
McVeigh, Ilertha Harris, Dorothy Ash
lc), Helen and Mildred Church, Sibyl
et Hoogs, Maud Nolt
, Adelaide Pratt. lion-
.l. II .u..
ny Towse. Frances Clark. Dorothy .
Hoogs, Iwalanl Harrub, will bo In
..l...Bnn III nnll n..l.. I.n..... ..n.tn n..n
dies of many varieties
Lemonade Mrs J. A. llalch, Mrs.
i Pert Pctrle, Mrs. (leorgo Kluegel mid
Miss Marjorle Freeth, chairmen, will, consolation gift was an exquisitely i ) """. "nuai, were Host ami liosten
lene ilellelmiH frnli tinne.li. embroidered French handkerehlef. at ono. r 'B moat elaborate and ilv
lnm.. llll, Ma Willi.,.,, Mill.
llamsnn. Mrs James Douchertv nnd '
Mrs. Doyer chairmen The trophies and Miss Helen Mroivn Mrs. Pine's
comprise threo magnlllccnt cala-1 guests were received by her mother,
bashes, u twelve-toot Hawaiian ling,' Mrs. Henry K. Cooper and they wore
land a doll and trunk, nnd the tickets Miss Alice Cooper, tho guest of hour,
of which already over a hundred have Mrs. Donald Itoss, Mrs. (ieralil lolin
been sold, are fifty cents apiece. I son, Mrs. Walter Cowles, Mrs Fran-
The I.ujti will be a characteristic
Hawaiian feast In charge of Mesdames i
lack McVeigh, II. Olude, Ileis, I,
Holt, Luke, Hopkins, Lcgro and A)nu I
Cigars mid Cigarettes will be sold
by Mrs Louis Madeiras, Mrs. Sllvcrln,
Ice Cream will bo served In a most
unique and original
ladles In charge are
setting Tho !
Mrs. A. 0 M.
ItohertRon, chairman, nssisted by Mes-1
dames Ctms. Hall, Willie Campbell,
Misses Knmnkla Magoon, Grace Rob
ertson, Irene Itoyd, Illma Holt, Mao
Garden, Malle Cowan, Sibyl Winter,
Henrietta Smith, Mildred Chapln,
Marion Chapln, I2leanbr Holt, Kosalle
Holt, Gertrudo Holt, Kthel Whiting,
Vlrglnln McCarthy, 'Margaret McCar
thy, Katherine lltuke, Wllhelmlna
Strauch, Alice Straucli, Sibyl Hobert
son, Itutb Johnstone, Gertrude Mc
Corrlston, Dove McCorrlston, Esther
McCorrlston, Hmallne Magoon and
Ilernlce Cooke Here cornucopias will
be served to children during the af
ternoon ( lilldren's I'lajuriiuiiil .Hlrncllons.
Punch and Judy Show Mrs. Qulnan
and Miss Quinun,
Toboggan Slide Mrs 0. V Wright.
Donkey Itido Miss Zelglcr and
Sand Pile Mrs. Tuttle and Mrs.
Grab Ilox and Paper Itibbons Mrs
Haiold Dillingham, Mrs Chailes Tern
pletou Crocker and Mrs. C, C Carter.
Doll Show Miss Cowan. Here a
real novelty In the form or live dolls
In pantomime will bo featured
Forolgn Lunch will be served by
Mrs F W. Macrarlune and Mrs. Ar
niln Haneberg, ihalrmoii, assisted by
Mesdames Philip Frear, Tom King, J
M Dow sett, A Falke, 12. Macfarlaue,
llrune, W Lnuz, Albert Horner, Tlet
Jens, Charles Falke, Dehrens, assisted
by the Misses C. Walker, H Alexnnd-
er. Hockwell, Holdswortli, U Hal
stead, (1 Halstead, C. Hild, 12. Cowles,
Lean (1!), F. Hoffmann, F. Cousens, D
Wood, lllalr, Lucas, M Waterhouse,
I, llallentyne, L, Holt, 12 Williams,
lliichanan, N Sturgeon, II. Jones, A
Carnes, U Purvis
The menu which will bo served at
the various tables follows,
ltoast Pork with Apple Sauce
I'otnto and Chicken Salnd
Holls. Ilrend and Iluttur
Coffee with German Apple Cak
Hoast Turkey with limn
I'otnto nnd Chicken Salad
Hulls, llread and llutter
Coffee with German Apple t'nkc
Cold (linger Ale, 10c
Cold Itooi lleor, 10c
I'rult Punch 10c
Mrs. James Pine's Orldcje Tea.
The homo of Judgo and Mrs. Henry
12, Cooper was the Retting for a ile-
Hghtful brldgo tea given by Mrs.
Jnmcs Pine In honor of her sister,
Miss Alice Cooper, who lenves shortly I
for a mainland trip Yellow was the
..,. .(III... (...in VhjIii..I.i..i .. .t
I rllllntit rnr,i, inula wuni nhronirml It, I
luxurious prolusion all about the
....... .... .w,'..u ......J H..H....VU i
house. The rofieshmcnts wero cM
tremely dainty. Six tables of bridge '
norm, U.I .tin nflornonn Tl, lriu tr
house. Tie refinement., worn e.
occupied tho attcrnoon The gltlH for
Hie guests were very lovely The llrsl
flt ILUtlt t,1 KlFa trtlMn-U 1lrl.V Utrtllt. I
nnd was a dainty sliver tlllgreo lion I
bon dlsli. The tecoml gITt was a kII-
inn IIIHU. 'lilt, fatirnlnl iiri wna n ull. I
ver deposit perfume bottle, while the1
Tim flfl a nam numU I,, lira ,.,,. I
els Klrbv Smith. Mrs Walter Cowles
els Klrby Smith, Mrs. Harry Hepburn,
Mrs. Itoss Kingsbury, Mrs. Johnstone,
Mrs. 12. II. Oa)ler, Miss Hetty Case
Miss Helen North, Miss Helen Urown,
Miss Julio McStocker, Miss Jessie Ken
nedy, Miss Lydla McStocker, Miss
i Alberta Wholley, Miss Kdltli Cowles,
Miss r.thol Spauldlng, Miss Pflscllla
Kltlcott, Miss Freeman, Miss Helen
Hockwell, Miss Florence Hoffman,
' Miss Grace Davis, Miss Irma llallen
, t)ne and Miss Wllhelmlna Tenney.
. Mr. and Mrt. A. J. Campjell's Dinner,
1 Mr. and Mrs. John M Dowsett wero
the honored dinner quests of Mr. and
I Mrs. A. J. Campbell on Tuesday even
; Ing. The dinner was most elaborate
I and was ,?lven In honor of the twenty-
fourth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Dowsett a wedding. Tho taulo was
massed In tho red rambler rose, a
I fiower that lends Itnolf most artistic
ally to table decoration. Tullo was
most effectively combined with the
I roses In making tho table beautiful.
The placo cards wero very pretty and
received tho praiseworthy mention
I that was due them. They were band-
painted brides In glided frames and
bride slippers with dainty tullo bova.
Tho Campbell home Is so arrangeJ
that it makes a delightful setting for
any function and Tuesday evening's
dinner will always be a pleasant mem
cry for the friends bidden. Mr. mil
Mrs Campbell's guests wero Mr
and Mrs. John M, Dowsett, Mr. and
.Mrs.' F. V Klcbalm, Mr and Mrs. 12.
Faxon Illshop, Mr. and Mrs. I2dward
D. Tennev, Mrs. Franklin 12 Hlcliard
on, Miss Agnes Walker, Miss Mar
garet Walker, Mr Tom Hollo way, Mr
Paul Muhlcndorf and Mrs. Whitney.
Mrt. Albert Wilcox' Pol Luncheon.
Mrs. Albert Wllcou extentalned at
u ver) elaborate pol luncheon on Frl
('ny. The guest of honor was Mrs
rrancis uay, who lias recently re
turned from New York. All the dell-
I cades nf the llnwallnn
most tcmntlnely served
decorations wero pile pink carnations
and the place cards were hand painted
flowers or the same delicate shade.
Those present were Mrs. Frauds Gay,
Mrs. O. U Spalding. Mrs. Gaylord Wll-
cox, Mrs. Charles Hlce. Mr. Arthur
nice, mtb. sanilow, Mrs. UharlcH Wll- devoted to bridge ,
cox, Mrs. Piitiinm, Mrs. Hufus Spnld-i ,
ing, Mrs. II, Iseuberg, Miss Kaul Wll- Mrt. Gaylord WllcoVi Luncheon, i
cox and Mrs. Albert Wlliox. Mrs. Gaylord Wilcox or Llliue. com
pllmentcd Mrs. Francis Gay by giving
Mr. and Mrs. Schoen't Card Party. her " moat delightful luncheon party.
Last Friday evening a most cnjci)- The circular table wbb arranged for
oblo card party was given by Mr. and tlio guests. A large basket tilled with
MrB. 1. F. Schoen at their School gorgeous and varicolored nasturtiums
street rcsldenco in honor of Mrs. occupied the table center and wero bo
Clark Smith, Mrs. Schoen's sister. I arranged as to He giacernlly over the
Five Hundred was the gaino played,) table covor. The placo cards wero
idx tables being used, with five pla)- daintily painted nasturtiums. During
era at each tablo. At the conclusion tho afternoon bridge was played by tlio
It was found that Mrs. Clark Smith guests. Mrs! WIIcox'b guests weru
and MrB. Fisher had won the first Mrs. Irancls Gay, for whom this lovely
prizes, while Mrs. Castendyk and Dr.! company wero bidden, Mrs. G. L.
Harold Klllott had captured the ion. I Spauldlng, Mrs. Albert Wilcox, Mrs.1
Rolatlon gifts. Dellclon refreshments HufiiB Spauldlng, Mrs. Charles Hlce,
were served. Mr. and Mrs. Schoen's MrB. Putnam, MrB. Halpli Wilcox, Mrs.
guests were Mrs. Clark Smith, the Charles Wilcox and Miss 'Knul Wll
guest or honor, Mr. and Mra. fasten cox. Mrs. Gay, who Iiob Just returned
dyk, Mr. and Mrs. William lllserman, from and eastern trip and is being
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hartels, Mr. and moBt extensively entertained by her,
iui, iiuroiu r inner, wr, ami Airs, liar-
old Klllott, Mr, and Mrs. Moore, Ml.
nnd Mrs. Hubert ForreBt, Mrs. Hapal,1
Mtb. Hitchcock, Miss Ilertha Hen'
Taylor, Miss Pomery, Misses Hapal
(3), Miss Corstorphlne and Miss For-1
tcr, Mr. W. H, Smith, Mr. It. M. Llnd-
Bay, Mr. J, Carmlchael, Mr. Georgo
Low son, Mr. J. Yeaman, Mr. II. Koll
r.or, and Mr. V, T. Wlso.
Mrt. Eleanor Hyde-Smith Entertalnt.
MrB. l2leanor Hyde-Smith, who but
a few days ago leturned from a trip
to San Francisco, entertained at a do-
lightful luncheon In honor of Mrs,
George M. Pullman, who has been a
visitor In Honolulu for the past two
weeks. The dalntll) appointed lunch-
eon was held on Monday of this week,!
Tho table was massed in yellow bios-
boms of coreopsis, which bloom is,'
one of tho most attractive tablo dec-
orations. The place cards wero of
island scenery nnd were groatly ad
mired. Mrs. Hyde Smith's guests
wero MrB. George Pullman, tho gue.it
or honor, Mrs M. M Macomb, Mrs
Hlcliard hers, Sr Mrs. Hcujamlu
Francis Dillingham, Mrs. William
Coleman and Mrs. M M Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L, Marx'
Ml. and Mrs. llenjainlii Lodge Marx
complimented Dr. and Mrs (ledge 1y
giving a dinner In their honor on Mon
day evening of (his week. Mr aitd
Mrs. Marx' guests were Dr. and Mrs
(ledge, Mr, and Mrs. Tcnney-Peck. Mr,'
(.ml Mrs. Albert Wldcrmann, and Mr. I
and Mrs. Itobblim AnderKon, J
Mrs. McAfee a Bridge Hottest.
Mrs. McAfee entertained the Service
Ilrldgo Club on Monday ot this week
at one of the most pleasant parties of
the week. The gifts this week werej
Canton centerpleteR very elaborately
embroidered In the dragon pattern
The three fortunate ones were Mm
llawley, Mrs. (layler and Mrs Pros
ton. At four o'clock delicious refresh
liieiits wore Bcrved. The house was
prettily decorated In palms, plants nnd
cut flowers. Tho guests or Mrs. Mi
Aree wero Mrs Turner. Mrs McCoy,
Mrs. llawley. Mrs. John Wholley Mrs
'I tittle, ,Irn Hoy Francis Smith, Mrs
Preston, Mra. Shecdy, Miss llarrle
Uamhlo and Miss Freeman
Dr. and Mrt. Irwin's Dinner.
p n,,i Mrn Arli,,r li.lt. mill..
-....- . .. .-..... ..,,,i vim.
:.."" "l""",e. ?"? vein ug in
" 'nor 0I " an1 Mr" V ""am llllley
Iserman who were the week end
' S"'""',,, &, '('ov" ere fah
fcul'" "' l" r"lB. I OVCTH Were lap.
"t.no.r"'' ana Mr1, Charlet A. nice
Honorable and Mrs Chailes A Itlie
of I.I hue, Kauai, were host and hostess
llBhtfUl liartleS tills RenSOII TIlU af
f.alr wns ""ranged In honor of Mr and
.virs. Arinur ii)ue nice, who are
shortly to leave Kauai tor their new
home in Honolulu. The Charles II lees
ere famous for their eutertnliiments,
and the nlnnis gracious hosjilialll)
of the charming couple, the entertain
ment took the form of a swimming
party and supper. The table was most
attractively decorated In gorgeous )cl
low coreopsis and mnrlgolds, The
cnndles were Blinded in this same
tone or yellow. Twent) lour guests
were the recipients or this ver) popu
lar couple Alter a refreshing swim
In the ocean, supper was served at n
long tnblu which was ver) beautiful
The soft strains of a melodious I la
wallan quintette added greatly1 to the
charm of the affair. Arter the sup
per dancing was the stlmulum for the
evening pleasure. Honorable and Mm.
HIce'B guests wero Mr and Mrs. Ar
thur Hydo Hlce, the guests of honor,
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Coney, Mr and
Mrs. Hufus Spauldlng, Dr. and Mra.
Putnam. Mr. and Mrs. (In) lord Wilcox,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Vt'oltors, .Mr. and Mrs.
HlllB, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcox,
Miss Kaul Wilcox, Miss McCl)mont,
Judge Charles S. Dole, Mr. William
II. Hlce, Jr., Mr. Walter Mcllryde and
and Mrt. Roblpt Vnderton't
Mr. and Mrs. Hobblns Anderson en
tcrtaln nt dinner this "evening. Their
pretty Manoa homo will Do attractlvelv
arranged for this delightful company
oi menus, mr. ana Mrs,
Wests will be Admiral and Mrs. Wal
ter C. Cowles, Mr. and Mra. L. Tennoy.
recic, ir. ami .Mrs Waller Fia,ncl
Dillingham, and Mr and Mrs John
Mrt. Richard Ivert' Luncheon.
Mrs Hlcliard Ivors kas hostess at a
most beautiful!) arranged luncheon on
Tuesday In honor of Mrs. William U.
Irwin. Tho tablo was a symphony In
pink. Tho center was occupied b) a
cut glass vase lllled with peach blow
hibiscus, while around tho clrculai
table In smaller cut glass vnses wero
beautiful Ln France roses. The place
card wero Ivor) toned and boro tl.u
monogram of tho hostess. Mrs. hers
guests wero Mib. William G. Irwin.
Mrs. Aujuib, Mrs. LefTcrtB of I rook
lyn. Mrs M. M Scott, Mrs. Gerrll
Wilder, Mrs. Halney Scott, Mrs.
James Wilder, Mm. Walter Cow let,.
, Mrs. IMuard D. 'lenney. Mrs. 12.
Faxon Illshop Mrs. M. M. Macomb,
Madumo lvers, Mrs. Klennor Hyde
Smith. The hour nfler lunchion was
iuiku c-iiuiu- ui itiuiiuh, wuu are
anxious to do honor to this popular
Mrt. Kirby Smlth't Card Party,
Mrs. Kirby Smith entertained the
Luncheon Club at cards on Tliursda)
afternoon. A most delightful tlmu
was spent and the llttlo change, fromi
luncheon to bridgo vvaa thoroughly en-J
Jojed. A brass vaso was awarded to
Hi" top scorer at eacli tablo. Mrs.
Smith's guestB wero Mrs. Hanker, i
Miss Lydla McStocker, Mrs Hoss
Kingsbury, Miss Julio McStocker, Miss
HHIcott, Miss Kdltli Cowles, Miss
Miles, Mrs. Shecdy, Mrs. James Pine,
Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Hcttpy and
Mrs. Harvoy Hepburn
Mr. and Mrt. William H. Hlterman' ,
Mr. unci Mrs. William Haley Hlser
man entertained on Sunday ev cuius
In honor of Dr. and Mrs, Harold Fl
lint Covers wero placed lor ul
New Here But Not on the Coast
Only Establishment on the Islands Equipped to do
Of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes
Clothes Called For and Delivered Daily
by Auto Delivery
Dr. and Mrt. Judd in Italy.
Dr. and Mrs. Judd have reached
Florence, Italy, in their travels, mid
the latist news from them Is that they
expect to meet the A. Lewises shortl)
In Home. They are having a delight
ful trip and are both In the best of
health. The) went from Hawaii for
mi extended tour and are cnJo)lui; It
so much that they probably will not
return any earlier than they oilglual
Mr and Mrs Walter Dillingham will
entertain at dlnnor on Monday even
ing of next week In honor or Dr and
Mrs Adams, who arc the house guests
of the Dlillnghams
The follow lug Invitation has been
Mr mid Mrs. Alexander DeucharL
Larnach,-Dr and Mrs. Archibald Nell1
Sinclair request the p'easure of your.
company ut a dance In minor or Judge1
uud Mrs. Anlone I'err) on Saturday
evening, May the eleventh, at hair
' after eight o'clock Moana Hotel
"C""-K' woa"a "oU'
White. Red and Sparkling of California Vintage
A Table Wine
For the Family Trade
Deliveries made to any part of the city
QUEEN and ALAKEl
Alapai near Hotel Street
' - ' Phone 3350
Mrs. M W Hendry will have the for several weeks and at present Is or
pleasure of a visit from her sou this cup)lng Arcadia, the home of Govern
Mimmer, Hobert Winter Hendry, who or and Mrs Walter F. Frear.
Is a student ut Cornell L'nheislty j AAA
! MIks Harriet Hitchcock, v ho has
Mrs. Harold Dillingham will bo a bien away from Honolulu for several
luncheon hostess on Wednesday of vears. will return here on May I Ith
,. , , , .... I Mrs C Montague Cooke will entiir-
(Julie an exodus of society tolk de-.,all at a btllIot lullcheon Tuesday.
jartcd on tho Sierra, some on pleasure ot Iuxt xu,el , lloIlor of llt.r lmlltrf
lent, others on business trips that w III jIr!) i,elTerts, of llrooklpi
bring them home shortly. People In i,
4ttih tdlotiflil Irikl fhl an nblnnull ttll 4 li ft t
a trip across the ocean to the average
aunosi iiku a inp across
tho bay to the malnlander
Miss Violet Wilder and her sister
Miss S)lvla Wilder, are tho home
guests of Miss Nora Swauzy.
Mr. nnd Mrs Alinli Smtt of III!,,
Mr. S Norlhrup Castlo will arrive
In Honolulu on May the 14th for a
shhort visit Mr. Castle Is the sou or
Mrs. Harriet Casllo Coleman, mid will
be a welcome addition to the social
set, Mrs. Castlo has been In Honolulu
M1Mll",I M"ac,r u"d!'t,r. ?'
Miss .tnlletlp Atwnter. utll visit .In
;,,,.,, ., . il,
.Honolulu this summer, tlic guestM inf
i their uncle uud aunt, .Mr and Mii.
William limner It Is three years since
they left Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrt. Alvah Scott Entertain.
entertained on Snturda) evening oil
the third anulversnry of their weddlilg.
Twenty guests were In ntleuduiice
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