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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
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The John .11. DnttM'lt Dinner.
Air. nml Mr. I.'ihvnrd I), TcnnijN
Air. nml Mr. Itlrlinril Iters' Cnunlrj
.Mr. mid .Mrs. . J CmiMilnll'i Itrlilut
.Mr-.. Clarence II. CoiikcN ClillilrciiN
.MNt ton Hull's l.unrlii'oii.
.Mr. Sttiiiir)' Dinner.
Si rill c llrldk-r ('lull.
.Miss (Imr( Itiilicrlsnii ii llnslcvx.
.Milium Cnnl ('lull .Mrel.
Wcilnexihij Scrtlri' llrldire Cluli.
.Mr". Arthur Modulus' liitiirinnl Lunch.
.Mr. nml .Mrs. Ilrurc Carltt right's
.Mr. mill .Mri. ,Iim'Ii Ilideinann'
(fencnil nml .Urn. Miiroinli's Dinner.
.Miss Irene Dickson's l.nnclieiiii.
.Miss .Margaret lleslnrlek's 1'nrl).
Mm. ('Hie Duties' Ten.
.Mrs I'. II. Slmkiilile's Japanese Din
ner. .Major nml .Mrs. liollej's Dinner.
.Mrs. ('. II. High's hllrhen Shutter.
Ii it in .Mnlor 1'arl).
.Mr. mill .Mrs. W. II. Slilpmmi's llrlilgr
SI. Aiulreit's 1'ulr.
.Miss Killlli Cuttles'
The W. H. C. Campbell Dinner.
"llie dinner Riven liv Mr nnl Mrn.
Wrt' C. Camphell of llllo In honor of
MWh II, Smith of Honolulu tvns
very unlciiio. Tho tahlo wns made n
Woomlng garden of exqulslto roscn
from tho Oampbell homo. Tho plnci
cnnls worn ilalnty ami hairJ-palntcd.
Mr. ami Mrs. (Campbell's RiieiCtH tero
Miss llvnrlotla Smith, Hit Kucst rf
honor, Mr. nml Mrs. 11. V. I'atten, Mr.
i.inl Mrs. Charles McUulrc. Mr. nnd
Mrs. (leorpo O'Nell, Mr. and Mrs. Aus
tin. Miss Anabel Ixitv, Mr. Uuddloaud
Mr. (leorgo Cool. Tho Invitation wn
llllo, Hawaii, May 27, 1912.
What Is this? An invitation.
Whom for? Kor yon.
Who wnnts mo? Mrs. W. -II, C.
What Tor? Roelal Dinner,
Whom for? Henrietta Smith.
When? Mny HOIIi. 1!)12.
Wh"io? llllo Hotel.
WUi'tlmuT Hlx thirty I. M.
It. B. V. P. -Phone U2II,
'I lio eiiKiiKement has been nniinunc
ei' of Miss Mary Mears to Lieutenant
William Kirk Seannrell of the rove
line eulter service. Miss Mears is the
I'miRliter of Mr. and Mrs. John I
Mears ami a nleco of the lato Mrs.
Hoi-er Call. Lieutenant Heammell Is
nltaehed In tho Thetis. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dowsett's
At one of 'the most elaborate and'
elegantly nniiolnted dinners, as belli- !
Hint the niters, Mr. and Mrs. John
M. Dov.sott entertained compllnieti- !
tnry to Mr. John Hackfeld, who Is at,
present n tlsllor In tho city. Tho
house was nu exquisite conception lu j
beautiful trnplcnl alms and ruroi
p'auts with rod and white carnations,!
and lniKc black butterflies carrying;!
out In detail tho colors of tho (icrnian
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-iiiii,ii. i uu uunni'ii IKJIIIU poNMeKnCH
filHinno rare nnd beautiful pallidums
which are most artistically arranged,
requisite bits of satunry add their
thnrtn to this home. Tho hospitality
of this homo Is well known and Tues.
day evenliiK's function added to tho
fu'ro of tho host and hostess. Tho Mrs. George. Spalding, Miss Uertha Mils Grace Davl' Sewing Tea.
table was In tho form of a horseshoo Hen Taylor or Naalehu, Mrs. Francis) Miss Grace Davis was hostess at a
and Its center was massed with tall Gay, Miss Lady Macrarlano, Miss lowing ton at the homo of her sister,
white Iternnida llllles and from tho Wllholmlna Tenncy, Mr. Harry Mac Mrs. Thomas K. Wall, on Thursday
cliaiiuVler streams of tulle was car- farlanc, Mr. Will Roth, Lieutenant, of this week. A delightful afternoon
rieii ny iienuttriil lilack huttcrrilcs to atiKhn and Mr. Dunn, who Is a vis- was spent. At half after four deli
cious refreshments were served.
Mrs. Clifford B. High's Shower.
Miss Ethel Angus Is tho honored
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' I "HE Month of June suggests .
Weddings and Graduations.
Each event should be pro
perly remembered by an
Our store and stock is replete with
r suitable gifts for all occasions.
Our goods are clean and new. Buy
that present here and know that you will
get the best of its kind.
H.F. Wichman & Go.
baskcts'lilled with red ami white car- Itor In tho city from tho West Indies.
Tho place cards were lilac t
wiimeu oiueniies uai Bracciuity Mr. and Mrs, Rchard ver., Dinner,
r-ste. on red an. whlto carnations. .. ,,,.... .. . ..
i no laimis mm uurary wcro masseu Ten,l)let0I1 crockcrs who rc be i' "' charmlnu and unique
In led and white blno-n of carnations. ivUMr MUlnJd .' !'' elven by Mrs. Clifford II..HIsh
Vr. and Mrs. Dowsett's cues s wern "" '?4'"'.v tnicriuintu, wero llie ,,.. . .', .,.,.. .'.
Mr.Jonn Hackfeld. the e.io.1 .,f honor. "1,"r ror 01,e ' o .most pleasant' -"-", "".'"'. ..""," """'
itin..iu niin,, ii,. n..ni. ki.. n. .(..... iniDii. iiiiitri ickh niiiiuuii; iii uu itruii
.Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilder, Mr. nnd , i ""'.""""- , ., , . k,.r,.ell .. " ,s ,..
Mrs Antoiio Croon Mr nml Mrs A ""Iclwo on Saturday and remain- us tacn ariicic oi Kiiciicn uso is p.wcn
.tirs Aiiiono uropp, r.ir ami .Mrs, A. ... gunjav nfiuln the brido-elect. A Kieat dea of fun
.1. Campbell. Mr. mid Mrs. Oenr;o .... "1M": , !',, nU01II"t" ,. ..i,..,..,..! nn,i m..hi ,.,l Mm
Hlu-riiinii Mr nnd Mrs !' Kaxoe ''Blit tho party to' llamila, where ' I 'annea an an I . lp. vl .lis.
r.i i I't :lr,1n"11 ;'", '; '""ni! (iley jincj nt ,i.e ii0,0i Aubrey A Hlsh's fifests wl'l bo .tll3s Klhel All
I'lshop. Mr. and Mrs. Armln nncborK, V Ti i 1 1 Auurey. a . .. . i,,nJ.,.,, ,, inv
Mrs. Uemlro WalbrldL-o and Mrlllcous dinner tts served. Hauula f. '' Su.n 'I,"1 l"'":"Xr
ooasis mo unesi lousier anu nsn on ". "-, " ... v
Mr. and Mr?. Edward D. Tenney's
Tuesdn) afternoon Mr. and Mn,
Kdwnrd I). Tenney entertnlncd at a
suiiill but delightful tennis tea in
honor of Mr.- and Mrs. William G.
'rwln and Mr. and Mrs. Templolon
, roc kor. Tho uftornoou was perfect
tho island and Justly so. Mr. and,11"88 s'ra Angus, miss r.tnel By.ua.
Mis. Richard Ivors' guests wero Mr. Ine. Miss Kcllth Williams, Mis Jean
and Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. rigus. Miss Wllhelirlna Tenney,
Ternploton Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. liar. Mls8 Ire" Dickson, Miss Illancuc
old Dillingham, .Mr. and Mrs. Gerrlt Sol,r. Mlsa Marjory Fiecth. Miss
Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fran- I,eIen Ulnrln, Miss Hello McCorrlston,
cis Dillingham. The party motored Ml8S Ploronce Hoffman, Miss Iteriny
to town by moonlight. Cation, Miss Helen Drown, Miss Lydla
i, ir -t, McHtocker, Miss Grace ltobcrtuou,
llau Tnlln 1r.Cli1sii, Slla Ifn.lmv
Ad a cnuplo of delightful sets nt Mrs. Clarence H. Cooke's Children's i,,0 Miu v.n 'a. ,,. na
leunls were greatly enjoyed both iby I fty. f,13e ii'erhtrt. Miss Hattle Lucas.
tho guests and participants. Tho
Tenney court Is one of the best in
town and tho grounds nro perfect.
The artistic geranium rockery added
In no small way to the beautiful offect.
Just lu front of the court a back
l-round of tho many rare and oxqul
slto hibiscus (loin form a pretty scttlir;
lor tho beautifully gowned ladles. Ile
lreshmcnts were sorted at small
tables on tho lawn. Mr, and Mrs.
Tennej'a guests were Mr, and Mm,
William G. Irwin and Mr. mid Mrs.
Temploton Ciocker, for whom this
pleasant company was arranged, Mr,
and Mrs, Gerrlt Wilder. Mr. and Mrs.
Hlchard Iters, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
1.1IIIU AIIUO l.OUU WIUJ IU IIUllUrt-11 ,, lln.v 1 .., Ml-.. I ..I.. II..,..
guest at a parly given by her inothci- , M,8, Ca0 Luc M, Mir,0,
In honor of her natal dav. Quaintly Uowntt MM 1arrot Yo M
clad Japancso dolls wero given tho ArmBtroIIBi Mss Mollle Orace, Mrs.
wee people as favors and wero greatly Krnk T,10lnl)lt0I,f Mr. ,;dwari,
enjoyed. 'I he afternoon was spent ,)u,SBIlberB amI Mr8. (!(1(irK0 Aliell8,
playing games, after which the birth
day tabic and cake made the children
tnrv liniinv. Tim table n.iiler ni Miss Focke's Luncheon.
decorated with tho birthday cako. " l"nu 6"'i Ml8H M- A- Pocko en-
Dainty pink roses added their charm, lertulnec! nt bur Nuuaiiu Avenue resl-
Among little Alice's guests wcro Kulii- l,,,u-'e nt n t'laborato luncheon, tho
lanl Constable. Mabollta McLean, lollowlng guests participating: Mrb.
Caroline Shepherd. Harriet llominln-v '- " Stackable. Miss lien Tuylor. Dr.
way, Margaret McLean. Hairlet Itlce, c- " Wood, Stanley Dunn and Miss
Kllznlioth IjswIs. Helen lliiblwin. ' Poppletoti.
Katberlne Warren, Lois Love, Ilallar
Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dllllug- Athertou, Mayuard Lltlngstonc and These Sii) Sonoma Is All Itighl.
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dillingham, Addison Love. Mr. A. II. Sprcckels, Vice President
i Oceanic Steamship Conipuuy. ''
I Dear Sir: The San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce, under whoso
auspices n large delegation of repre
sentative Piiclllc Const citizens recent
ly visited the Isthmus of Panama on
tho steamship Sonoma of your service,
extends its thunks to you nnd youi
company for the uniform courtesies
by which u long voyngo was mado de
lightful and satisfactory in every way.
livery appointment was excellent,
the ship was comfortable and all the
accessories that were required for the
convenience und pleasure of the party
were amply provided.
We wish to congratulate you upon
the Inauguration of the Australian ser
vice, and express confidence that such
service will do much to promote the
prosperity of San Francisco and build
up a great sen travel which wilt be
advantageous to both the United
States and Australia.
Yours very truly,
M. II. llOHIll.VS, Jit.,
Mr. ami .Mrs. Francis Mills Sttmizj's
The beautiful Maiioa home of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Mills Swntizy was
beautifully decorated for the dinner
given by them on Wednesday even
ing, This pleasant company of friends
were asked by the Swuiuy's to meet
Mr. mid Mrs. Slnglehurst. Mrs.
Swanzy Is always a gracious and de
lightful hostess nnd nil functions,
I large or small, given at this hospit
able homo ure pleasantly anticipated.
The Sen lee llrldue Club.
Mrs. Homer N. Preston' of Fort
Shatter was hostess for the Servlco
llrldge Club Wednesday. Hand paint-
1 ed -cups and saucers were the gifts
and were won by Mrs. Hand and Mrs.
McAfee. Mrs. Preston's guests wero
Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Daniel Hand, Mrs.
Kdwards, Mrs. H. It, Gayler and Mrs
William P. Wooten
Tin- Milium Card Club. ',
Walluna was the scene for the meet
ing of the "Minion card club with Mrs.
Percy .Morse us hostess. A p.iir of
silken glotes were gltcn to Mrs. John
Drew for top scoring. Mrs, Morse's
guests were Mrs. Giles Gere, Mrs
Randolph (1. Moore, Mrs. Fred Pot
ter, Mrs. Kdwln llenntr, Mrs. William
Goetz, Mrs. Charles Dun, Mrs Otto
Illerbach, Mrs. Samuel Do Piecst, und
Mrs. iA-muel C. Abies.
A pleasant and Informal dance was
glten Inst Saturday eteiilng by the
fcoclal set of I.thiie, Kauai. About
foity couples were bidden.
Miss Molr's Shower for Miss Low.
I Miss Fanny Molr of llllo cutoi
tallied with a handkerchief shower In
honor of Miss Anabel Low, who leaves
llllo shortly to be married. After tho
shower the guests played five bun
drud. About thirty friends wcro bid
Miss Irene Dickson's Luncheon.
Miss lieno Dickson entertained at
luncheon on Tuesuay. Tho table was
prettily decorated lu spring flowers
, nnd ferns. The afternoon was spent
lu sewing und Hoclnl that. Miss Dick
son's guests were Mrs. Gusslo
Schmidt, 'Mrs. Margaret Mclntyro and
Mrs. William Williamson.
Miss McStocker Entertains the
Miss Lydlo McStocker entertained
tho Thursday Luncheon Club at her
home on Lunalllo street. The tablo
was mnsscd In pale-pink enchantress
carnations and uialdcnhnlr fern The
nlnre-carils were dnlntv Oriental
scenes. Miss McSlocker's guests wero!
Miss Kdlth Cottlcs, Mrs. Williams.
Mrs. Walker, Miss Hetty Case, Mrs.
Gerald Johnson, Miss Helen ltockwell,
Miss Prlsctlla Kllleott. Mrs. Fiancls
lllakely McStocker, and Miss Lydla
McStocker. The prize-winners wero
Miss Kllleott, Miss Helen ltockwell
and Miss Julie McStocker. The nuxt
meeting or the llrldge Club will bo
held at tho homo of Mrs. Walker.
.Madame Jean Abadle returned by
the Sonoma from an extended trip on
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