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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATl HDAV. JINK 27, 1014.
w ITH the recent roaimencements of Punahou and the high school, the last books wr- ciosea and toe last tardy members 01 the "younger set started out to enjoy the summer vacation in spite of rainy - j o iuu i.uuuu iimu.i, X . r-. . . . . y: society roik. ror the fast, montn, have been gradually tolerating to tfce . wa tpr-tvlep it la liferalTr for .- can scarcely say eea-coasM-and Ka- I T T t f . ' ' a : imiidL, naaiawia, ivaneone, itauuia. am inany other of the populac-apots have " "retired their nttal tiiifnher nf fh ente. Furtn era ore, those wno have v j v. a. v dvnUb v J .trunks this week. The attractive sum mer homes have rolled up their shut ters, thrown wide their doors, and em- urtti-rru iweir annual tenants, me beaches are gay with the bustle and . mocks hare returned their old-time places beneath the algerobas. and bathing suits flap lazily on the lines. " The mountain resorts have not been ner oc me loveiy summer residences ui yuanu, -an uie cooi lanuuus heights; and at Wahiawa, have been1 opened up for the summer .season. , Here ; tramping and, other outdoor amusements make the long hot davs. enjoyable. As? far aa the; local lead- - em of society are concerned, the sea-? son. is closed the, exquisite gowns i . . . . . . . . . nave oeen consignee; to me caropnor chests and the -drees suits are all care fully laid away, in mothballs. Tennis togs.' bathing suits, and 'outing clothe in general will take their places, and ' T- cur, teas and luncheons and more ; rmal functions, we. will have to turn 1 1 our risitors-r tovtinr home-comets 'rem abroad. ..' .. . ;i ' ; c'': ' ': . I i''- - Punihou Senior Danee. '.. One of the most brMliant '" affairs which has occurred for some time among the members of the younger set, was the Punahou Senior -dance eiven at the Nations! Guardvarmory Tuesday evening. The; decorations were exquisite and might easily have been th e .work' of a professional, so artistic was. thef scheme "and so , clev erly and ; charmlnelv .carried ' . ouL Never before has,- the huge building presented such a gala apoearance. . Acres the unner end f the hall stretched a white rust'c, fence looking very old-fashioned and romantic with' the lovely nink rose vines, which were entwined abcut it.. Entering into th'g FPcmaea sooi DPiwepn xne iwo wane iiTUars fennint the gateway, one found himself In a bower (hanVed, In palms and feri-s. and Jc6nfah.i5 a' count'esi r, umber of small .tablM where v U rious refreshments iwerer senred.5 Th f.tflge p.bo've represented a cualct oJd eclonial garden with its white marbla benches, ai pals and ferns. Mt ona , p1de was aieautiful chefry tre yhosv branches, ';. VevUv Kdn ; with - p'.nk Mossoma. stretched' half way across the steee. V)yer the stairs, which i mcunt from lh .enter, ; was bung a, bueebaket-;'iKC--rherrv-.-blossoms In which rained the ; illumincted nu merals "1914." i Prom this baVkeClon? i I Y.r J. '1 .y V- v.- V and Lillian.-Fennel. The chaperones j are Mrs. Chester Hurui. Miss Mabel I Lightfoot and Mr. cnald Kennel. Tnose j who will enjoy the hospitality of the , club this evening are the Misses -Ab-' bie Lucas, Virginia McCarthy, Louise McCarthy. Pearl McCarthy, Avis Fen ' nel, Ethel Fennel. Abbie Bromley. Louise Girvin. Clemence Gifford. Sibyl Carter; Dorothy AValker, Mae Walker, Sophie Waiter, Florence Davi3, Gladys Auerbach, Dorothy Podmore, Fsycne lierry, Claire Berry. Doris Noble, Adele Richey, Marguerite Hill, Mabej Lightfcot, Mildrtd Cbup.n, Kuth Cox, Ha2el Hidley, Charlotte Dowsett, Mia. Schaefer, Miss Schaeler, Mrs. Cnester liuan; Mssrs. Campbell Crozier, El mer Crozier, . Albert Bush, LeRoy Bufch, Gavien Bush, Shirley Bush, Sam Carter, Fred Carter, Oswald Stevens, Bryan Glrdler, Kaiph iianning, Martin Fennell, Glenn Jackson, John Gilford, William McHollister, Sydney Nichol sen, Frank Nicholsen, Arthur Perry, Oswald Lightfoot, Gustave Ballentyne, St&fford Austin, Gordon Brown. Philip Pellerman, Chester - Taylor, George Dunn, Henry Auerbach, James Cowan, Max Bclte, Alan Podmore, W.lliam Noble, Lorrin Thurston, Edgar Methe , vin, Merlin Moore, Roy. Blacksuear. ' Ernest Richey, Vernon Harris, Alan Davis, John O'Dowda, William ifoogs I and Mr. Schaefer. SOCIAL CALENDAR OF THE WEEK Punahcu Senior Dance. The N. N. Club Dance. A Monday Dance. Kaimuki Eridge'Club. The Dance Fads. A Prospective Bride. Mrs. Bodrero's Dinner. Mr. Carter Complimented. Admiral and Mrs. Moores Dinner Mrs. Malone'a Tea. Miss von Hclt's Dinner. . A Coming V.edoing. Mrs. Howard's Concert. Miss Starkweather's Dance. Eaker-Mclntyre Weddind. Lewis Silva Nuptials. Chaplain and Mrs. Aiken's Dinner. Schofleld Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Castle Arrive. High School Dance. Miss Armstrong's Dance. Country Club Dance. A Monday Dance. j One of the prettiest affairs of the week was the delightful dance given I by the Misses Dorothy and Mae Wal ! ker and Miss Florence Davis on Mon ' day evening at the home of Miss Da vis, rne spacous rooms 01 me nouse were thrown open and over a hundred of the young graduates and school mates of the three popular hostesses enjoyed a very happy evening. The houEe was beautifully decorated in green and whUe Graceful vines cov. ered the walls' and stately palms fill- 4 . ' r j Mrs. Charles L. Halt, who has j ' delighted Honolulans with her j beautiful voice at .a number of ! ""recent: social event, and who j f is leaving for the coast in the i near future. nr?x It i 'mmmmmmmm 1 4 1 - . J , lit Among these prer.ept were: Miss Ruth Soper. Miss Thelma Mur- Vernon Tenney, Miss Flor- streamers of irridescent rainbow tuUej ! f , aa. , uia vivj w i yj , vii's t .' -a r u -T1 I TW ftVl iVt I. . U r . . stately white gate miliars. termintA u r;I aacr i . , v p,,,k j ax, Mr." Malcolm TUttle. Mr. Elbert Tuttle, The N. N. Club, Henshaw, Mr. Hayes. Mr. Forbes, Mr GianelM and many others. at on; end In a daintv baiVet filled ara e' JIr' fhe with roses. nd at the other in a.Mr.;Blakelef McStccker. Jr.. Mr. Good- basket of flutfy maidenhair fenu The ale Molr. Miss Rsmoaa Marks, Mr. entire scheme was carried out in pink' James Hind, Mr. Ralph Gray, Miss and green, the class colors. Edgarda Everton. Miss Catherine Ash- At the lower' end of the: hall were ley, Mr. Harry Denlson, . Miss. Violet two boxes covered in p4nk and artis-! Austin.7 Miss-' Alice Hoogs,. , Mr. Ken- uu. , MiU .uu. .u i (v,(..,.vu,vy.w, """isanthemums and golden cosmos artls- panied by the piano rendered the ana in uiese sawne patronesses 01 uie jannatt Sharp, MS3 Eloise Wlshman. tically Intermingled with a profusion liveliest and roost inspiring of melo .7 r"--".A'--rjjroaie amua,-.Misa ixraise :oie- of paims and ferns has transformed dies which were fully appreciated by r, inimuB, Jim. u. n. juiue, re, a. man, auss mu wara ueas. Miss cene-jthe club room into a bright and beau- the gay dancers t'- aiuruj ana . Airs. r. leaner ; vieve loung, ;,ur. nan Webster, Mr. ed the corners, while masses of maid enhair ferns and white daisies ar ranged artistically about the' room, completed; the .pleasing color scheme. an organization The Jovely garden had a delightfully whose membership is limited to eleven romantic appearance in the faint rosy popular ladies, is giving a delightful glow of the innumerable Japanese la n dance at the boathouse of the Kunalu terns whietf- were strung from tree tp Rowing Club this evening. The hall tree. It was in this attractive spot is most effectively decorated in yel-' that later In the evening, most deli low and green, the club colors. Masses cious refre3nments were served. of golden shower, large yellow chry-j A popular Hawaiian quintet accora- a great oeai or credit is due to. the Gustave Ballentyne, Miss Paulina decoration, and managing committees Schaefer, Miss Pis'iell, Miss Mildrel or me dance ror ine success of this Chapln, Miss Ruth Anderson, Miss !ss Jessie Kenne nnedy, Mr. Kelly last event In the history of Punahou's Margaret Center, M class of 1914,. v 'dy, Mr. Stanley Kr tiful bower. The young hostess of the Those present were the Misses Flor evening are the Misses Violet Lucas, 1 ence Ballou. Emilv Cooke. Genevieve I Maude Manning, Margaret McCarthy, , Hocking, Esme Damon, Florence L,el Aiana Dorothy Armstrong, Ruth Chalmers. Iouise Effinger, Cofneille Seybolt, Bessie Seybolt, Louise Light- McCarn, Elizabeth Rosenbaum. Katie foot, Marian Lightfoot, Gladys Traut Singlehurst, Ruth Farrington. Mildred Chapin, Inez Gibson, Florence White. Rhoda Ballentyne, Maude Ballentyne, Margaret Kepler, Margaret. Austin, Louise Girvin, Louise Coleman, Evelyn Breckon. Adelaide Pratt, Margarethe Fincke, Maude Sanderson, Laura Low, Edith Carter, Florence: Campbell, Ai leen Dowsett, Helen Church, Charlotte Blake, Clemence Gifford, Miriam Ovenden, Anna Sack, Lutzie Sack, Ruth Seabolt, Bessie Seabolt," Esther White, Beatrice White, ' Avis Fennell, Lillian Fennell. Ethel Fennell, Gladys Traut, Pearl McCarthy, Virginia Mc Carthy, Margaret McCarthy, Ruth James, Naomi James, Louise .'Light foot, Marian Lightfoot, Sophfe' Wal ker, Kathleen Walker, Messrs. Ed mund Young, Gustav Ballentyne. Leon Ebersole, Everette Brown, James Pratt, Harvey Hitchcock; James Camp bell, Henry White, Auley 'Macaulay, Jare Smith. Ernest Peterson, Howard Johnston, Alan Renton, Harold Bald win, Joseph Farrington, Lorrin Thurs ton, George Bromley, David Withing ton, Campbell Crozier, Ralph Gray, George Lindley, Max Bolte, Bernard Damon, Elmer Crozier, Sanford Wood, Meier, Backus, Frank Winter, Jimmy Hind. Fred Carter, Sam Carter, Don ald Hazelton, Roy Graham, William Hughes, Foster Davis, Elmer Davis, Alan Davis," Ralph ' Girdler, Allison McCarn. Alan Podmore, Closson Em ory. Malcolm Tuttle, Elbert; Tuttle, 'Oswald fitevens. Ernest - Mott-Smith, William Noble, Ware Camp, Stafford Austin, John OTJowda, Frederick Ro pes baum. John Gifford, Gjvien Bush, Shirley Bush, Albert .Bush, IeRoy Bush and Martin Fennell. ' '; . , . . The Dance Fads.4 It is remarkable." when ore Ftops tn tbiakttbwtjLrhewau tjptyes fol low 'the srlrit rtf the times. fn dis cn?sine this . subject, the San-. Fran cisco Chronicle goe so far as to sav "Invariably, we will find that every idiosyncrasy of a period is ' av product of the psychology of that neriod. and rot. of society as an individual' Numerous exmnles certainly bar out the troth of this statement par ticularly examp'es In connection with the dancing fad. The work . pome time ago of the archaeologists in Egypt and Asia Minor arou.ed new interest in these countries and thre sprang np at once a mnia for te Pastern mode of dancing and of drers. Then came an interest n Ja;pan, which was followed by the kimono sleeve, and the loose, straight method of gowning. With the revival of Etruscan lore and interest in "ncient Greece came Isadora Duncan and Maud Allen in Grecian dancing. Then falling from the sublime to the ridicu lous came the turkey trot, the Texas Tommy and the rag. which marked the Increasing enthusiasm for things western felt throughout the civilized world. Next the tango was ushered In, fol lowing the development of interest in the South Americas countries, and v,c had everything from taugo shoe1 to tango hats, with tango te3 thrown in. And now with the Mexican dis turbance his come an 1nteret H the : Andalusian dnces and Mexican. Cu-i bin and Snanls rostnme pre hf--j worn at some of Nwvw nTjn" i' fnp-v! Thev $3v th Md Is rn'n? , th watr to Tendon nd Pari, too j In rr-Vine or the sviptv matm"" j who TuiKht do wIl in the? crc"'' j f'i roi of the Spanish pcon'r. ts Chmn'cfp Rpeaks of one well-known in Honolulu: "As for Mr?. Stuart HaMron. w have ofllv to remeir.b?r her she was at.tbe Porto'a ball last (Vtober. when in a skirted toreador costume (she ws then Miss Enid Gregg) she tnokvthe prize for the most graceful tangoist ! Proscective Bride. Miss Charlotte Jleicmann w o f5chofleld's most populnf bel!es,i-ha, been occupying a "very important place in locil servic society lately She has had no end of luncheW dinners and afternoon '- teas glretl'hf her honor since the recent announce-. ment of her eneigement to I.leuten-1 ant IJvingston Watrons. I The fallowing little notice re-trl-l h-.ff Ml.s Reichmann's engagement i appeared in a recent edition of th San Francisco Chronicle and will doubtless be of interest to local read ers : t From Honolulu comes the Intet Ing news of the engagement of Miss Charlctte Relchmann. the daughter o! LlentenantColonel Karl Reichmann l U S A., and Lieutenant Livingston Watrons. IT. S. A. Miss Retchnvw is one of the most attractive glrla In, the service set. end Is one of the sought-after belles hi Washington- s Hetv Iter father was military at-, tache with the British forces during the Boer wir. Lieutenant Watrons IV one of the most eligible of the young EUMUa4 1 7 SO Walter Baker CHOCOLATES and COCOAS For eatlnr. drinking aad cboklos Pure, Delicious, Nutritious Realatered U. S. Patent Offic Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins Baker's Chocolate (unsweet ened), 1-2 lb. cakes Germans Sweet Chocolate, 1-4 lb. cakes For Safe vj miHh Groom ia Boaolula Walter Bakci& Co. Ltd. DORCHESTER, MASS U. S. A. HIGHEST AWARDS ET EUli()P -AND 7 AMERICA .l. n room tra artlfitlcaJlv decorated wit1! oincers m me anujt - -T t L hourtjofost spirited .laying,-; the private Income. '4 r Last evening me spacious pvi v, e. w .t'thA nntriaaer Club. was .the ceX6weEWlX-iSa.P!k::iuv; of one of the dances of the season, ceeded in capturinr the second. Those when the students of the -Mciqnley pie,ntf ererr Mrs. A. F, Thayer, Mrs. Hieh School held their annual-scnloa Lewis'-tmaerwood, Miss v Mabef. Hair, hikim The hall was beautifui'y dec-.-;. Mrs. Sam Peck.- Mrs1 Charles Crane, orated with palms, masses of red ind Mrs. L, jK.i. Thayer, Mrs.'W., J O'y white .tulle representing the seulor nor, Mrs. Ray Rietow, Mrs. James class colors, and a profusion ot pen- Guild, Mrs. "Ernest Glesecke, Mrs. Mc nanta of all shapes and sizes.. . The cowan. Mrs. F. D. Anrlin. Mrs. Lue:ia music and floor - were excellent and ? R: Emmaas, and " the hostess. ; the affair was a brilliant success. v j , s ;; jh i The members of the University of uN u. rirfiri4 rt.irf T.a. ' - California baseball team were guests ( Mrs.-m Gooding Field gave a tea of honor at the dance, and Mrs., c J. , Thursday : afternoon forv .her house Hunn, Miss Louise : McCarthy and MJg8 Marguerite Jones of Los Mini 7lslar afteA 88 natronesSeS.. - ' , rv - It.. ""' . j AUiclCl. iuus - milieu wen AUU11& uwi ! " rr wames l. i.oKe, ansi ioroiai uuuu, - v 1)a1rslAir M, ... . . .... . . Mrs. James ocutct ui uw Miss Betn,. wooas. miss jannatt Bnarp, M. B. Bairos, Mr. and Mrs. C: J. Hunn, Deas, Mrs. Thomas Sharp, Miss Doris the Misses Psyche Berry, Ruth ,Seyr NcbIe;i Mrg . vjCt0r Hqrd. MissfSu3li wiu oceans orjii, ..v. ,,' . uavis, Mrs.1 - jjyron: -Hi. - NODie, i miss bie Lucas, Wicke, Walker .Mildred, Jong . ,-'.'. r- ; A- Clemence uiirora, carter, r muev v- Mr. Carter Comollmented. - mara, Helen Girvin, Lldley. Lrwignt, 'Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder enter Bromley. Moore, Etael Carter. Abuna. taIned at yery enjpyable dinner OA Davis, Robmscn, Hoffman, .ThurstQn Thursdav 'eTeninen' honor nf Mri Crockett, Jtliisonr Smitb4 .IKuueiv Reginald- Carter; who la to leave' for McCartftv. Chace- the Mwsrs. O Ha Engtond... tiu. h ;natomr The xcung, wage, n.jrco, taDle W88 mogt attractivelT. decorated. Ginneli of Berkeley, an Messj. Kin- .Tlioge present .were Mrs Hyde-Smith, Denney. Frank Silva, ; Joseph " Silya, droiu Admirar and Mrs. C. B. T. Moore. Hart, John Gifford. , Gavien Bush, Al--.Miss Bnrrows, Miss? Garrett, r Mrs.: bert Bush, LeRoy 3ush, Shirley Bush, Charles Adams, the jMisses Perrj. Mr. Bolte. Hendrv. Brvan. Girdlet.'Dwlght.,i?eHnnM rnrte an nthom ETvans Marston Campbell, John ODow;j : . - i! da( Kellerman, Noble, Moore, Emory, ( SchefleW 'Dinner. ' '"'.' -f' -Carter, ChilHngworth, Damon Asche, Uentenar tK-9ndf Mrs;Manf n 'V Weller, Oss, Foimore, Llttlejohn, Hoi- Mitchell entertainwl t delihtfnr linger. Taylor, Kahalewai, Thurston,-Shiner rartf 'onVTnesdav evenlnff rt Manning, Akana, Rosehill, Bailey, fbefr home at Scbofleld Barracks. Th" Smith and Desha. tbte ' was - prettily decorated with flowers n2 malderhatr ferns. ' Cor. M iss Armstrong s Dance. wr, pi9cp for; ; Captain Miss Georgia Armstrong was hps- Xfrs. Robert S. Offley Mha Carpenter, tess at a very enjoyable dance on VMftJ, Kur Weutenant James A. Thursday evening at the borne of Mr. lnJo untenant FrankMn U UTiitley, oil.. r ; k and Lieut ar.d Mrs. Mitchell. Brigham streets, in honor of Mias Vio- y ' !hl L Te olwlSnv'Sr rrs."RIley H. Allen arrived thin thy. The house was beautifully dec- r Tr,. . orated with a profusion of yellow cos-" k. .t "Ia. after spnd- mos and feathery maidenhair fern?. . Kaimuki Bridge Club. Mrs. Floyd H. Emmans was a charmine hostess on Thursdav after noon when she entertained the Kai muki Bridge Club at her pretty little ; home on Thirteenth avenue. The (Additional Society on Pass 1.4). Yprk, studying vecal music with Karl Brenemm.. She spent the wlr.tef and apring In New York and on her wav to Hawaii visited- her former home in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Allen have a cottage t CaasUtyg. f " ' '' ' Extm aff! BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, JULY 1st Entire stock of every department will be put on sale at greatly reduced prices, continuing from day to day until we move to our new store. At this time we will offer some rare bargains in Laces and Art Goods.