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HONOLULU, TEBBITOBY OF EAWAn, SATUHDAY; SEPTEMBER 9, 191C.
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pecple and scenes on the opening days of .racing and polo last Saturday and.' Mondajrr No, 1 shows the winner of premier1 racing t.,;
. a. rs. maimer or bcnonetd c arracks, receiving concratuutions and beautiful tup from Mrs. Walter Macfarlane, whd oresentec
Lieut. Palmer rode Lieut. R. E. D. Hoyle's great mare JSati&fax to victory In the OneOnta Mile rn Saturday and In the half-mile free'i '
t-y, bcth setting new records. No. 2 (left to.rlght)--Mr. Trcl W. Macfirlane, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macfarlane, Mrs. Menry Mae- -r
Irs. Fred W. Macfarlane. No. 3 Miss Alice Hastings. Miss Mattax." Mr.; Robert Purvis. Miss Jessie Kennedy. Mr. Robert Monarv: f '
ro. 4, cn extreme left Mr. E. F. Cykler; on right Mrs. Eustis and Mr.Rufus Spalding. ; No. 5 A moment In the polo game, when Oahti and Kauai : ;
v,'re trying to cct the ball out of a group of milling players. No, 6CapL l5rnsby'Evans, Mrs. Robert K. Evans, Bria.Gen. Robert K.' Evans,
r'rs. Camusi I. Jcfcnson. No 7 start of a foIo chukkur with the balf thrown J n. No. 8 Start of at running race, "They're off!" No.' 9 Princess' ;
Kalar.lanacte; l.!rs. Victor Hctston, Prince J. K; Kalanianaole, LleuLComdr. 'Victor & Houston, Mrs." A. G. M. Robertson,' Mr; and Mrs. Charles ;
r. wr.iinr;wcnn. i,o. ij Mrs. v. woomcs, r.us. a. w. wampoeii, fvirs. Hr r-etne, Mr. and Mrs. Robert w, Shingle, Mr.- T n. Petri; tioi ;
11 The lineup, cf beautiful cups-'offered; as .trophies. ; -r.r r V-.'-"'- r' Star-Bulletin Staff Photos.
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f.CLO, Ci2 h.cne rcccs and the aa
ticnsl swtarr.ing meet" have at-
4 tractri eo r.any outfiders to Ho
nclulu th-t for tills season of the
rear the hotels have a noteworthy
list ct travelers. -The SchoSeld, K&
ri'bamcha tud Fort Armstrong peo
lla motor la tr.d put up at the hotels
very often overnight to enjoy ; the
ga'itty. '. .. :.r-.- - ."-'-y '
1 he presence of the Jay Goulds who
are polo end racing enthusiasts, has
given an added interest to the week
since they are real additions to social
affairs. - . '" .
Nothing in the way of formal affairs
have been given yet. scarcely a home
in the city, hut has had its dinner-
the keynote of the week. , ' ;
The Richard Iers gave one of the
very largest affairs of the week when
thpy entertained about thirty lunch-;
eon guests, between races on Monday.
Mr. James JJcInerny entertained a i
nurr.ber cf guests as, did. the Walter
DUIir.ghams, the Harold Castles, the
irgs. L!r. Ernest Parker and Mr. H. B.
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Waikikl practically kept open house
on Saturday and Monday for the
friend 3 who. went to the races at Ka
plo'anl park. The boxes were filled
with Honolnlu's ' smart set, some of
whom' were Trince and Princess Ka
lauianaole, Col. and Mrs, Curtis laa
kea, Mrs. Carl Widemann, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W.'Case Deering, Brig.-Gen.
and Mrs. KoLcrt K. Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry. Macfarlane, Brig.-Gen. and
Mrs.; Samuel I. Johnson, N. G. H.?
Mr. end Mrs., Walter Macfarlane, Mr.
and Mrs. George Beckley, Mr; and
Mrs. Charles Chlllingworth, Dr. and
Mrs. Harvey &:urray. Dr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hodglns, Dr. C. B. Wood, Mr.
and Mrs. Gustav Schaefer, Hr, and
Mrs. Frank Armstrong, ;'Mx. and Mrs.
Edward D. Tenney, Mrs. Helen Noo
nan. Mr. and Mrs. Georg Rodiek, Mr.
ana Mrs. George Collins, Capt. and
Mrs. Euward Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs.
George Potter, Mr. and Mrs; Eben
Low, Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Swanzy,
Judge and Mrs. William B.- Lyman,
Capt, and Mrs. Jack Hayes, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander G.' Hawes, Chief Jus
tice and Mrs. A. G. M. Robertson, Mr.
and Mrs. James A.V Kennedy,' Mr. an
Mrs- Albert Horner,1 Mrs. Hugh liar
iston. Mayor and Mrs. John Lane,
Mrs. SennL Mrs. Catherine Bodrero,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould. Mrs. Mary
Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson Bi
shop, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Adams,
Major and Mrs. David Case, vMrs.
Hinckly of Washington, Mrs. " Bruce
Cartwright,' Mr. and Mrs. Reynold B,
McGrew, Mr. and Mrsv Robert Atkin
son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. ' Rice.
Mrs. Ernest Waterhouse, Mrs. Gideon
Van Poole, Mrs. Grafton BealL Com
modore and Mrs. Dennis Mahan.
The steamer leaving this week was
filled to capacity with, Jocal people
who have -summered at, home and
are now going for a "bit of a cold
snap." The boys and girls' from the
eastern colleges who have had such
a gay summer here are now on their
way, some, to "grind.; others to study-
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. ' ' SOCIAL CALENDAR., - .
, Brij.-Gen. and Mrs. Robert Evans Dinner-Dance.
Cit. and Mrs. James McRae's Country Club Dinner.
r Mrs." Francis Gay's Surfing party.
v Mr. 'and Mrs. Bruce Cartwright s Dinner Party. : ; '
f i Ths HlncPa Dancing Party.
4- Mrs. "James Bicknell's Card Afternoon. "
, Mr. H. B. VVellir'a Dinner Party. ,
. -, Mrs. Olaf Sorenson a 'Luncheon Hostess.
; Mrs, L. C HowlancTs Bridge Party.
K'Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Patterson's Studio Tea.
' Mr. James Mclnerny a Dinner Host. '
. Mr. Guy Buttolph Entertains.
4-: ; Mrs. W. Mather an Informal Tea Hostess,
f . Mr. and Mrs. Reynold McGrew a Dinner.
4- Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Ivers Buffet Luncheon.
4-: ' A Sunday at The- Dunes.. '. r' .
4-T i LleuL and Mrs. Roy Le C Stover's Tavern Dinner.
4-.;'f Mrs. Jack Hayes a Luncheon Hostess.
4; Mr, and Mrs. Ingram Stalnback's Informal Tea.
4- . Mr. and Mrsl Vincent Genoves Chowder Supper.
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-welL less streouousty. The.week Just
closed may oe stungiy considered a
gay one, for the time surely hasf not
dragged. Every moment has been fait,
wholly Informal but on the Jump. The
last six days have been given over
almost entirely to out-of-door affairs:
Y A number of ' small bridges have
been, given by those not caring for
the mors Strenuous activities. Every
available hour has been crowded. For
the out-of-town visitor so ' many old
friends were to be "phoned to and the
pleasure of a tete-a-tete luncheon en
There will be no dull moments from
now on, thank goodness, , for the cool
of the year is very near when every
one who is anybody at all does his
or her part and tries to rid conscience
of the ; many social obligations that
heap up until one is really bewilder
ed and at a loss as to which' is the
best way out of the chaos. .How dif
ferently Honolulu of today enjoys -itself
trom yesterday! Then we spent
the day at the race brack," came home
"dead beat and , were .'several . days
getting, into our natural - groove. To
day we go to the races, ride miles
to lunch at the other end of town,
back to the races, then enjoy a swim,
then dinner and. hasten, to a swimming
meet When that la over. 'one would
suppose It sufficient Koi a, bit of it
Supperf at one . ofv the cafes, then, the
roof garden with its gay, lights or
Heinle's, or else it is the wind-swept
and lovely Country Clab : for . a late
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MR. AND MRS. RICHARD TVERS
BUFFET LUNCHEON v v V ;
Last Monday during. the race Inter
mis8iOQ Mr.; and -Mrs. " Richard. Ivers
invited a large company of friends to
enjoy a buffet luncheon with fhtm at
their riovely Kaalawal ' home. ' Mrs.
George ; Potter sat the -coffee-, urn.
Great - Clusters of American 5 Beauty
roses made the rooms and Iahais love
ly to look upon.:'
-Some among the Ivers' guesUj were
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Adams, Capt and Mrs.' Ed
ward' Carpenter Mr and Mrs.vHarry
Macfarlane, Mr. and Mrs.- George Pot
ter: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Castle, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Dillingham; Mrs. Hel
en Noonan, . Mrs.. Catherine . Bodrero,
Mrs. SennL Mrs. Alice" ? Macfarlane,
Miss Harriet Hatch, Miss Betty Case,
Miss Nora. Swanzy, Mr. Lionel Walr
dren, Lieut Samuel H Tllgbman, Mr.
Cyril Damon and others.. .'
A SUNDAY AT THE DUNES -
Mr. and Mrs. Harold - Castle enter
tained a.merryset of; guests last Sun
day at the Dunes, the Castles' summer
home on windward Oahu. "The guests
motored over in the early morning and
a day of real delight . was enjoyed.
The Castles have the happy; faculty, pt
always : brinieing. the right aet 1 of
" friends together and the results are
: ideal;;r-Their, guests iforl.ast.Bunday
were Jar. and Mrs. Charles A Bice,
Mr. and':Mitk' Jay Gould Mrand Mrs.
Harry Macfarlane,- .Mrs. and ..Miss
I Hinckley of - Washington; Mrs. Cather-
Mtia Tiniram "i Mr ' and llfr Rlhlrrl
4Ivers, Mr and Mri. George Potter, Mr.
and Mrs. Dickinson Bishop, Lieut and
Mrs. D. Palmer, Miss Laura Lowr Mr,
Frederick Wich-'nan; Mr; Alan Lowrey,
Mf. James - Spalding of " Kauai an
others.;; q ''Jf ;J
jfftS. lURRytlRAt. A HOSTESS1
v On Friday' of this week Mrs. -Hairy
Gray was hostess at a luncheon honor
ing Mrs. Fred 'Damon, who leaves for
a, mainland trip fiett week: .Covers
were laid for ei?bt guests. . The after
noon was devoted to the always ab
sorbing rgame of bridge.; L Those In
vited were "Mrs.;. Fred Damon, Mrs.
Chartes aiilliuswortn, Mrs; , Arthur
Hodglns, Mrs. Gustav Schaefer, Mrs.
Samuel A. Walaer, Mrs. Frank Rich
ardson and Mrs: James D Dougherty.
CAPT. AND MRS. J All E3 A. GAL-
LOGLY'S INFORMAL DINNER
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entertained Ci.; Tuesday CevesinT at
cerhcmcriri? Liaut' .Alhirt L. i: ,,1
who was thtir touse-r-est ;
transports stct.::'3.: A'tas't fl" '
with pink . rcse gra c
center.. ; After die-cr
and their gueat3 cc":.
where .dancing- wai t
couple of hours.- Cart.
Iogly's , guests were C!;l
Jack, Hayes, Lieut er.i ; :r
Edwarda and th? g": t
Lieut Hall. - L .
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MISS MARTHA' ,Iir
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Last Sunday ev 1 1 : j ' .
Hohron honored fc:c l
Ollvetta Russell, fcy
dance. Miss Hotrcn :
Intd her handsonia t:
flc HelhW. ", It i cz2 c!
est homes on -the hill. .!
has been visiting lll:s I!:
past four : months.;; C" '
California bone ci Vr.z
The guests Jav '. : i't
Russell were Jfr. ai .
wright, ' Jr., .Jvir-i 1 : :
B. Lyman, EriT. r'
el L'Johrson, : :
Mr. and "rs. I. : ".
Lisca?, I'.'rz ' . .
Mr. AIt-zrt I ; . : .
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