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IIOXOMTLU STAR BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 1914.
s & s s s s v - H 4 3 College Club Reception. Though I'luvius threatened and not idly either, a occasional down pours of rain testified the member of the College Club succesefully held, their reception and masque in honor of the girls who are preparing for' university. The guest were welcom ed at the home of Mr. W. F. Frear, on Punahou street, Mr. Arthur Alex ander, Mrs. Wallace Farrington and Mrs. Wilbur MacNell being in the re ceiving line. After an Informal re-: caption, the company repaired to the adjoining grounds of the Alexander, home where the : masque waa held. , This was given tinder the tree next to" an old Tine-clad wall.' It was a truly1 sylvan scenethe flower dotted Tine, the gnarled old trees,' soft green grass : a fitting background to the pretty masque which waa enacted. This wat ' an allegory entitled "Motherhood,", written by a Yellesley undergraduate i and arranged and staged by Mr. James": Wilder. The principal . parts of the angel and the mother were taken by Mr. W. F. Frear and Mrs.. Charles : Loomis who showed " ; considerable sympathy and cleverness in their in terpretation. They were assisted by four little tota, therhildren of Mr. 1 and Mr. Forbes; Rev. and Mrs. John Erdman and Mr and Mrs. W. J. Dyer. ' After the play; refreshments were : served on the lanai of the Frear rest- . dence. Miss Florence Lee and Miss, Charlotte. Hall presided over the cho- colate ; urn, others assisting-' being Miss Ruth Shaw,: Mis Alice Oleson, Mis Susan Clark. Miss Maude Mar . tin and " Miss Margaret : Peterson. Among those noticed at the reception -were Mr. Arthur., Alexander, Mrs. Wallace Farrington. Mr. Wilbur Mac- ': Nell, Mr. Ballow, Mr. A. A. Ebersole, Mr. D. Scudder, Mrs. Gaylord Church, Mis Florence- Lee, Mr.. Lee' Mis Maud Martin. Mis.; Charlotte v Dodge, Miss Mary "Wlnne, Miss -Susan Clark; - Mis Alice Oleson, Mis ' M. Voder, Mis van Schalck. Mr. and Mr. W, F. Gaynor, Miss A- Ziegler, -Mrs. David Oleson. Miss Abbie Dow, Mis Mil dred Dow, Mr. Charles Loomis, Mrs. Forbes, Miss Ruth Henry, Mis Stan ; baugh, J Ml Mabel s Bosher, -x- Miss Gould, Miss Church. Ms Hester Lem on. Mr. James Wilder; Miss Belle Mr I rim Jfi 8 Sf1 tifS H??nM K w?rT5ll i?UnruL' Florence .' Ballon, Evelyn Breckons, SSSSSr'SlSr vvt j vvvswi " vuuc - aaiUVUf .Louise Efflnger." Garda Everton. Ruth. Farrington;- Stella Hoogs.;. Ramona Marx, Rampna Morgan, Lydie Mutch, Dorothy Peterson,-Hester Pratt, Do rothy Quarles, Janet Sharp, Kittle Shi glehurst. Ida Desha, Evelyn Webster, Shirley Foster. Bernlce Smith, Miriam Clark, Dorothy Raab, Laura Atherton, Irene Aiken, Merilla Smith. Helen Choy. Irene Davison, Helen Peterson, Ah Oe Ting, . Kami Okamoto, ; Marie Davison. Helen Moore, Ruth Ho, Myr tle Keefe, -Marion Llghtfoot, Lillian Fennel, Alma WidelL Ruth Stebelt, ; Tthi,v Marguerite: Hill. Maud Nell,Cladys EVS-jL2.iS 12 ?' Grant. Maud Manning, Mary Ho, Geor.,,1?" ?. gia Armstrong. Gladys v Prant, : Inet S on of the birthday of Em- S?t l Katherine Ashley, Margaret - Mary Smith, Genevieve Tajxard, Ma bel Wilcox, Esme ' Damon. Mildred v Dow, Mary Walker, Tempo- Shelton, Adelaide Corneille McCarn, . Mary Taylor and HazeV Gere.; . Mr. McCand leas' Tea. Mis Marie O'Brien and -the Misses Allmond of Seattle were the incen- Uvea for a very charming tea given this week .by Mr.. John McCandless at her home on Thurston avenue; The affair wm dellrhtfnllr aimnle In everv way. Mr.? E. 3L Watson assisted la receiving, : Mr.- JUannle ; Phillips poured tea," and Mr." J. W.; Jone the . couee. wnuo wr.' Annurau -pre-, elded over the . punch bowl A very " .. mm . l ... 1, " I - . enjoyable musical program was given during tne. arternoon,iinmDer oemg rendered by the Misses ; Nellie and May Marshall, Miss - Caldwell and Mis Margaret Clark. Series of Lectures to Be Given. Announcement has been made this Tuesday evening in honor of Lieut, week of a series of four;lectures to and Mrs. "S.-A. French. Miss R. Orri be given under the auspices of the on. Miss Abie Buchanan and Miss, College Club on consecutive ' Tues days, beginning with next Tuesday (the 20th) at the Kilohana building on Beretania street at 4 o'clock. . The subject will be "Community House keeping," the speakers. Dr. J. 8. B. Pratt on "Some Ascects of Hygiene," Dr. W. C. Hobdy on "The Hygiene of .hildhood,M Dr. A. N. Sinclair on Bacteriology as Woman's Aid," atl Mr. D. L. Withington on "The Rights of Women." All women who are in terested in these subjects are cordial ly invited to attend. Society Personals The officers of Schofield Barracks were hosts at one of their fortnightly hops last evening at the 25th infantry , hall. Many people motored out from I town to attend, a number being pres est at the ante-hop dinners. It Is .really becoming quite a fad among Honolulans to motor to Leiiehua, dance for an hour or two and then re turn by the light of the morning moon that is, if it doesn't rain. It is one thing to dip and glide on a slippery military floor, and another entirely to ekid and glide on a slippery. Leiiehua road. Last night, we should say, the honors were even. Judge and Mrs. W. L. Whitney are entertaining this evening at a dance in honor of Mrs. Hubbard, the house guest of Mrs. Walter Dillingham. The Whitney are dancing enthusiasts ani I Miss Miriam Stacker, president of the Hut Au , Kai, which will give a benefit dance next Saturday. tu deUghtful man- They are past masters at the of taigolng-ln fact they know ' execute ::t;t.: tnfec a following anonmnt. were received with considerable interest by . Honolulan this week:. ' . : JWr. and Mrs., CUatlesDavld. Irwin-' " announce the marriage of their . :.. . , daughter - I ' ." - ... .'." ' Jessie , Nash ,x---to. ; -- s ' Mr. Ralph Sheldon Hosmer A on Tuesday,- December the thirtieth ; "nineteen hundred and thirteen Newton Centre," Massachusetts. ;r . tSpoclal Star-Bulletin Correspondence : HILO. Jan. 16. -The officers and January in the club rooms in the Spreckels uuiiuius. i 'v t ' Mr.cand'Mrs. G. H. Snowden of Vancouver, B. C, and their two chll-j dren are guests at the Pleasanton ho- teLT iney are spending most or tneir tlme.motorinsr about the island. Prob- bly later they will go to Hawaii to see. the volcano. Mrs. Snowden is the daughter of Dr. Charles TaCt, brother of the former president . - ".It is said of a certain tea that took place recently where excellent music, of a high class was furn'shed that the uauuie oi voices was so Kieai nii iio one couldhear the music even if she . , . I . 4 1 . felt so inclined it did not seem to occur to many or the laaies to sropi their . chatter to listen to anythias more 1 melclious. The wardroom officers of the Tlie- tis'gave a most delightful dinner on Katherine Lenihan. After dinner the party motored to the Moana. where they attended the transport dance. C Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Buchly en tertained at dinner on Tuesday night in honor of Mrs. Ernest Waterhouse who sailed for Calcutta this week. The affair was highly informal, only; Mrs. Waterhouse's Intimate friends being Included in those present. H Captain E. K. Massee returned on the transport this week after several months in Rochester where he went for medical treatment. Mrs. Massee did not return with her husband, pre ferring to remain a few months longer on the mainland. The transport dance on Tuesday evening at the Moana was an unusu- ally well attended affair, not only the passengers from the Logan being present, but many townspeople as well. Dancing lasted until midnight The little daughter of Lieutenant and Mrs. Herndon Sharpe was host ess for IS of her small friends on Thursday at Fort Shafter, the occa sion being her birthday. Maior and Mrs. D. B. Case enter- 4onA1 tnfrtrnitllv at rilnnop nn Tiiaq. I i.nv thp nartv latpr motorine to thp'.one of the svlDh-like damosels illus- l aiiJU L ii I Ut 111141 J . . V UMii.l. vu . V. V, J Moana where thev attended the trans-! port hop. i-iigngfinciit Th.tt lln of a prntni .. . Is I X L.. J: ... . .. - . . . . TtT . Misa Mildred Deas, secretary-treasurer of the Hul Au Kai. nent Honolulu couple win be an 'nounced in the immediate future is predicted by those who know. 4 Mr. E. Marshall was a dinner host on Thursday night in honor of Mr. and Mr, r. A. Brown and Mr, and Mrs. J. W. C. llaccns. CapL and Mrs. John Thomas enter-' tained most delightfully af dinner last evening before the hop at Scho iield Barracks. Canfaln nnrf Mrs Ptr Mnnuiarf i ' - arc Cn welronvd l,a shafter after several mi k to Fort ! months on the raa;njan(i Miss Kaiherine Winans was a de lightful dinner hostess last evening be fore the hop at Schofield Barracks. - A delightful bridge tea was given ' from abroad seeking husbands in this afternoon by Mrs. Andrew Fuller . Hawaii. Tne feel that competition is at her home in Nuuanu vallev. i fe. . .. . , . t lU . sufficiently keen already without this Mrs. John Usborne' entertained at new element of danger. It is natur bridge cn Thursday afternoon at her , alIv painful to them all to see a home on Wilder avenue. stranger attempting to pilfer the very flower of Hawaii's youth from be- The Freshman class of Oahu col- ( neath their amazed eyes. They feel lege w'll hold its annual, dsnce on Fri-,that home interests should be patron day next at Paunhi hall. ized first and that matrimony by mail I ip an insidious, uernicious. ininuitous. Miss Babs Focke has issued invita-; lions for a dance to a score or more nihilated with odium and righteous of her little friends. j contempt. Many of them say noth- ting but no doubt have their private Mis. J. li. Rentiers has, issued invi-1 opinion. The indignation is univer tations to a bridge tea to take place sal, so it is said, i.ext Wednesday. 4 The at-home days of Mrs. Henry Mrs. A. Grirtenberg was a bridge Bond Restarick and Mrs. Reynold Mc- hostess this afternoon at Waikiki. i That society folk of mainland cities are ever so much more daring in their nress than Honolulu would dream of. frequently brought to our minds by descriptions of gowns worn by wo men known to us in the big cities. t or instance there is Mrs. 1 empleton Crocker, iormeriy Helene Irwin, who leally "belongs to Hawaii as much as San Francisco. We all know the fair Helene, by sight at any rate, and are movcl to wonCer, when we reflect up on her extreme height and thinness that she could dare a costume that would inspire the following account. Mrs. Crocker continually reminds tratiug the de luxe Rubiayat, young! Persian maidens, high-spirited. ro slender, and quick and graceful. J On this miai.u .Mrs. Cnkt-r wre CALENDAR WEEK. FOR THE Cornell Club Banquet,.. Mr. and Mrs. Horner's Dinner Dance Country Club Dance. Judge and Mrs. Whitney's Danes. Miss Dimond's Luncheon. Mrs. McCandtess' Tea. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown's Dinner. Engagement Announced." College Club Reception. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder' Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Collins' Dinner. Mr. Marshall's Dinner., Transport Dance. Schofield Hop. Mr. and Mr. McCandletY Dinner. CapL and Mrs. Thomas' Dinner. Thetis Dinner. Mrs. Fred Waterhouse's Luncheon. Mrs. Andrew Fuller's Bridge. Mrs. Bartlett's Luncheon. Mrs. Castle's Tea. Mis Athertcr's Bridg. Mrs. Rentier's Luncheon. a real "creatlon" a shimmering, dusky bright thing that lookq.l.Jike a piece of the sky at night, all fiery with gleams of silver and gold. It was a go.-geous Oriental brocade,, in red-blue, green and gold, with a back- ground of black. The upper part of the watet was of white tulle adorned by a butterfly bow back and front. Wing-like effects of "the. brocade hung below 4he hips. : Her hair was combed back perfectly tight to the hea.1, with a high Psyche -at the top. A high gold comb, holding the piled- UD hair nn . trm nf thp head. arirfpd tn the apparent attenuation and slender- , , uess of the figure. Gold gauze stock ings and slippers cf the same brocade as the gown were very effective. 4 It is said that many of our Honolu lu damsels are feeling justly indig- i nant at tlie lettera nf various ladies execrable, despicable thing to be an- Grew have been more or le3s social! events of the month. At yesterday s occasion, they were assisted by Mrs. A. A. Young and Mrs. C. B. Cooper, who poured tea ar.l coffee A score or more of the smart set called during! the afternoon. JS 455 ' . Mrs. Fred T. Waterhouse enter tained most delightfully at luncheon yesterday at the Country Clnb. Mrs. E. Mott-Smith, who recently returned from Washington, was the motif of the occasion. The table was daintily decorated with violets and' sweet peas, covers being laid for twelve. Miss Marguerite McClelland of Ha waii, who spent a week or two in Tb- nolclu as the guest of Mrs. Frank SOCIAL if w .:t everjHoogs, sailed on Thursday fo kauai where . she will visit Mrs. Hughes Margaret Scott). Richard The question of brass buttons has been settled satisfactorily at last. No longer need the civilian youths utter bitter innuendo concerning the ef fect cf military wearing apparel on the fair sex. No longer, in fact, need there be any distinction at all the nat'cnal guard offers the solution, the ; national guard with Its natty brown j and criso white uniforms of service and parade which at a distance (and ! even close at hand to the inexperi enced) look exactly like any other army uniform. To do and dare means to join and wear not that we desire to write poetry at all. It has been done at many affairs of late and the efrect has been tremendous. We feel sure that this subtle point must have escaned the authorities or they never would have failed to list it among the other numerous advantages when they advertised for volunteers. . Many Honolulans were Interested to learn of the brief visit of Lieutenant rnd Mrs. John Elli st this port when the transDort twssed through, this week. . Mr. Elli -was formerly 'Miss Daphne Csrr who, with hr mother, Mrs Shadwell Carr of London, "risked n Hono'ulu for seven or eight mouths, l ait year, they left for the Orient; continuing tbefr leisurely' trip-, around the world.' Miss Carr was married to Lieutenant John Ell!; a; ; fa?r weeks ago after, a most romantic ' courtship t Fort Mbnro. Too young couple, will make their home: for the f next few years in the Phnippmek; v? ' ' Major and Mrs. Tlmberlake of Fort Ruger will leave on the March trans port for their new post, in Newvyork. They will travel via the" aouthern route, stopping. to vjslt In' California, Arizona and New Mexico." Lieut and Mrs. G. F. Humbert pf Fort Ruger were hosts at cbiflnt dish Rupper on Sundav last fo" Lieut, f-nd Mrs. Wr. Reed, Lieut atO Mm. H. F. Nichols. Miss x Florence Hoffman and Mr. Join Macaulay. ; The Misses Frances and Charlotte Giriett entertained charmingly at tea this week for Mrs. Emerson of De troit, who, with her husband, is vtslt ing Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Emerson of this city. Mrs. A. H.t Tarleton gave a delight Xnl little tea on v Monday afternoon In honor of Miss Payne of Sah Jose, who Is. visiting in Honolulu as tha ge-fr MrV'Jesslca''PHstte. w ' -., ;' .. 7 Mr. and Mrs.- James Wilder enter tained at dinner on Monday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Grant. Mr. and, Mrs. ' A. M. Brown and ' Mrs. Hjtfe Smith. " ; r' ' c Lleu and Mrs., Frederick Barker have given up their cottage on Here tahia street and moved to their quar- The President: H Cub of K otia F H or I ns T l'cnsvnut Mv Dear rir: 3In J. 31. McChesney, Uonolulu, T.' II. . Airs, w aUUt. B ia ivcuucu, nuiwo ujatrwge iu 4ui muuvuj , uwunn u the San' Francisco office of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company and son ot Mr. and Mis. James A. Kennedy of this clty, waa recently iolemn : izedV Mrs.. Kennedy, 'was Miss Collta Chatard of San Fratclsco. ; - ters inthQ 'new Fvrt Shafter, canton-; sess an Incomparable Softness, lustre ment. it.".' : . Mr. ana ,Airs, vnsries mjer are enM tertaming, the member of the ForL Ruger, Bridge Club thl evening at their attractive osarters. : , Among those to. sail on the Dlxthlsi - r1- " ' i 'I week was UeuO WUbur. Roger of , Schofield Barracks, who goes to enter the school .of "firing. ' ( Additional . society on page five) l' ggj- CLEANSES;Y0UB hair" i MAKES; IT BEAUTIFUL It becomes thick, wavy, lastrous tnl; $ .'stops comlaa; eut, . v Surely .. try.- "Danderlne Jlalr Cleane li: yott wlh td Immediately double the, beauty .of your hair- Just moisten a cloth .with Danderlne and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strand at a tlme this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oilIn a few5; moments you will be amazed,. 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