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MR. AND MR3v METZ COilPUr I f
TO WCD INDIANA GIRL
Half across the American continent .
Hlfc m, rmm mw - . J
tmpltA Mma f Mtirement . and i : --v
broaching marriage of Mr. Roll K.J
Thomas, of the Honolulu Y. U. C A,
and Miss Ruth Reeves ai Anaereon, r v- i
Indiana. iJ; -
Versltj of Indiana; Mr. Thorns hasfl,r ,
yeare 'end hae innumerable friends,
who win look forward to welcoming I
tt bridt open tHelr arrtraL
. Newa ef the engagement and ap-j
proacMng auptlsl came la the follow i
tog: clipping from as Indiana paper: I
: TMtAne lends enchantment,- but!
the old world vat not tic enough, to
overcome that absent feeling which
separated Rolls, Thomas, of this city
and Was Ruth Reerea, of Anderson,
Indiana, and alter trlpplnf acroaa the
(Teat . Pacific from Honolulu, where
he ii ststlrtiefl tn T. YL C A. work.
ha comes "home" and before return
.tag to tie HAtralUA .boda he 'wEl
take back; with tin 'lira, Thomaa.
All of wblth la another mark credited
to collet romance! of the Indiana
University campus. '
vHoIla arrived here Saturday and
the news of His iWait ' wat
made at a party givea-la Anderson
Friday - evening. The weddmf t will
take plsce early next month. -
The Anderson werata m iutq7
, ii i 'I i mm i mi mi ", .fjt?
'! v - -.-j&a'x -r'
" ' ' '
had' n?-account of the enwemeni Aj mw::X ' y,t'mm:mm
aouncemenTss. follows: " JtK f ' f; V'S1
:-One-of the prominent social erenU. g:vl- " v A
of early. July win-be the marriu of j -Vrf ' '
Mls Rrti Reeres. dauhter of. Mr. , f' rf'r; '
if MVsad' Mrs.M; K.Thomas. ofj .TOJli : , " , , f r
rtw. ' Mnmineement or: . ix; t-'V-'irvucs?, f:-
which was made by Miss eiMTO: !
day eTenla at her home. sz w n i
t- The Keeres dods h
decorated in white and yellow flow
ra.' white and yellow being the color
echeme at a six o'clock dinner.,. -i
Th dinner tatle was unique with
; a: kAntifiil centercleee ' of flowers.
At . each cter was leV kracter-
. . ti tin ribbon
QKii strunk at the end of which was
Or a f ittill card that announced the ap-
. -roachink etent .' M : .
Ue - Anderson r schools ?:and also Xfl
dlank Unirerslty. v She Is a member
of the Kappa Gamma sorority. - For
. a. an mYim h ben an
am past i - ,
' instructor, m the public schools, - v..
Mr. Thomaa is eaucauonw .iwir
tary tt Ibe Y. M. C. A. Honolulj
He li a fraduate of the State Unl-
"rertlty and a memner oi uie wumuu
-ciub.--" " '.. !i '';
-The weddini wl take place at An-
derson early next month and;.' the
- couple will leare shortly afUrwards
for Honolulu where they will reside.
, : - "Quests at the annotmctmeni pny
Friday erenins were wr. em
, nett. Miss Frank Kimball, Mrs. M. X
RoielK Mrs. ' Herman Rewitt .--.
Marlon. Miss Harriett CMears, Miss
;-. Katherine . -Lancellr- MUa , Blanche
- Wooiy. aitsi Mary HeeTes and Miss
Josephine ' Thocas c ! Tii!iS.tpollS."; ;
v.; . .. .-4. '-f
1 MISS DOROTHT HARKEIl ENTEl-
; l .. . v - . TAINS '
lirs. Uoyd rrctt of. Echcfleld bar
racks was the L:rcr cuettat a jtrj
' ' daltehtful intorcial sewinf tea. . on
" Wednesday afternoon clren by .Miss
" Dorothy Hs.rher. Ttla pleasant party
" was Hren to izlroJuce Miss Uoyd
, Brett -to ecn: cf the Honolulu girls,
. Sewlag and J:z.lt::r.3 pasted the after
, ;nocn most, chirmlstly, then refresh
.1' meats were ieml - ' : 4 "
.Mles Ilarkefs pjestsr wer4t lllss
Uoyd Erett, Miss, Ruth McChesney.
' Miss Ittrtha McChesney, Mlsa Marie
- Ballentjrr, Miss Mhud BallentyneMl
Miss Dcrcthy McRae, Mlssi Eleanor
Gartley,, Miss Mrrraret Grey Miss
"Loul?e c-rfc. I' i Dorothy Palmer,
Miss Ruth Reeves of Anderson. Indiana, who will become the bride of
Mr. Rolla K. Thomas of Honolulu early in July, the wedding taking place
at Anderson,' after vwhich the; couple will come here.
Miss Isabel Baker, MIes " Katherine
Raymond,' Miss Carolyn .' Raymond,
Miss Tlrian Buckland, and Mrs. Wal
MRS. E. AUSTIN JCNES HONORS
. ,.MISS GLADYS HOBSON
Mrs. Edwin Austin Jones enter
tained with a' luncheon at Lanlakea
today,: honoring her. sister, Miss
Gladys Hobron, who Is here Tislting
with Mrs. Jones, Miss Hobron has just
graduated from the University of
California and comes back to renew
the acquaintances and friendships o!
childhood, for: Miss Hobron and her
family are sons and daughters of Ha
waii, all having been born here.
:- The table was extremely pretty
with a deep - floral bowl filled with
pink and white sweet peas and maiden
hair fern;- Dainty name cards marked
each' coverr and Jolly' and happy was
the luncheon, -lor the' guests were, all
friends in girlhood. Mrs. Jones guests
were Miss Gladys Hobfon, the honor
guest;' Miss Mary vo Holt, Mls3
Ruth Anderson, Miss Pauline Schae
fcr. Miss Margaret Thurston, ' Miss
Nora ' Sturgeon, Miss. Alice Hoogs,
Miss Ramona Marks, Miss Eleanor
Gartley, Mrs Dickson Nott and Mrr
UavldOleson.- -1 -
THE SCAVENIUS PIANO RECITAL
The Lanal thaater, ; Lanlakea, will
be the'eettlng for a concert to be
presented by Mr. Frits Sea renins ' on
Wednesday evening, June 28. - ,
vLast irinter, every v Tuesday morn
ing Mr. Scavenlus presented a num
ber of selection of the different com
posers, each week covering a different
line of musical thought ; The musica!
mornings were held at the home of
Mrs. Richard Ivers and were attendel
by many society women of Honolulu.
It was the event o? the week both from
a social and educational standpoint
Mrs. Richard Ivers, Mrs. Alexandc:
G. Hawes and Mrs. Walter Dllllng
ham are now interesting themselves
in the sale of tickets, so a very good
audience is anticipated.
Mr. Scavenlus needs no introduc
tion to Honolulu music lovers.
MR. AND MRS. DAVID LARS EN
Mr. and Mrs. David Larsen were
taken by surprise last evening when
twenty of their friends arrived at
their new Manoa home to give them
a house warming, bringing with them
many gifts for the new home. Those
participating in the .event were Mc,
and Mrs. David Larsen, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack ' Guard, Mr. and - Mrs. James F.,
Morgan," Mr. and Mrs. Cyril HQOgs,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McKensle, Mr.
and Mrs. Percy Nottage, Mr. and Mrs.
William Ouderkirk, Miss Ruth Rich
ards, Miss Alice Hoogs, Miss Sara
Lucas, Mr. Frank Mldklff, Mr. Harry
Lucas and Mr. Walter Xove. A jolly
evening resulted, music and singing,
making the hours delightful.
MRS. RICHARD KIMBALL A LUNCH
Mrs. Richard Kimball was a lunch
eon hostess an Thursday of this week
at her Schofleld home. The luncheon
was given In honor -of Mrs. Charles
Adama, who la shortly to leave for
' Covers" were laid for 12 guests.
AN ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
Mrs. Charles Dana Wright's resi
dence attloyal Grove. WalkikL was
the scene of a very pretty tea on
Thursday afternoon given la honor of
Mlas Serena Maddux, whose engage
ment to Captain Eugene Robmson of
Schofleld Barracks was announced
during the afternoon. The tables
were decorated with pink rosea and
gladiolus, and Individual French bou
quets of tiny pink roses and sweet peas
with a tiny Cupid attached. The large
bouquet of roses was drawn for and
J enclosed in it was an envelope eon-
talning the names of the happy cou-
l pie. too usual nour or nea itoss
work was finished and tea was served
on the lanal. The following guests
were present: Miss Nina Berkley, Miss
Marguerite McKlnley, Mlsa Margaret
Merrill. Mlas Harriet Crumpton, Miss
Hallie Sam peon, Miss M. Samoeon.
Miss Jean Porterfleld. Miss Margaret
Arers. Mlsa Irma Wodehouae, Miss
Martha Mff!hgnev. MtBS Evelvn
Holmes, Mrs. Charles Lucas, Jr.. Mrs.
j Charles Wheaton, Mrs. E. E. Bodge,
Mrs. Stanton wyatt, Mrs. Kooen
Scott, Mrs. R. Woods, Mrs. M. Ablee,
and the guest of honor. Miss Serena
MRS. T. EDGAR ROBINSON A
Mrs. T. Edar Robinson was a
bridge hostess on Wednesday of this
week at the Country Club. After
scores were counted it was found that
Mrs. Donald Ross had scored highest,
with Miss Hewlings a close second
The guests enjoying Mrs. Robin
son's hospitality were Mrs. Mat hew
Graham, Mrs. Antonio Perry, Mrs. C
F. Schmutsler, Miss Woodford, Mra
Donald Ross, Mrs. E. J. Tflnfield,
Mra Philip Freer, Mrs. A. L. An
drews, Miss Blanche Soper, Mrs. Har
old Hayselden, Miss Hewlings, Mrs.
J. Jaxnerson. Mrs. L. C. Howland.
Mrs. Donald Currie, Mrs. Kenneth
Bond and Mrs. H. Savage.
A COMING WEDDING OF INTER
Next Friday evening will occur the
wedding of Miss Ruth Richards and
Mr. Frank E. Mldkiff at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Kirs.
Theodore Richards. Miss Richards'
maid of honor. Miss Angela McManus,
is coming from Boston to attend the
ceremony. The bridesmaids will be
Miss Ruth Anderson, Miss May Suth
erland. Miss Edna Curtis. Mr. Arthur
Wyman will support the groom, while
Mr. Harry Marsh, Mr. Harry Lucas
and Mr. John Murker Watt will be
Little Polly Richards and Herbert
Richards will be the ribbon-bearers
for their sister.
It Is to be a home wedding with
friends and relatives in attendance
Rev. J. J. Mldklff comes from the
mainland to read the marriage service
that unites hla son with the Honolulu
Both young' people are justly popu
lar, wjtn mends -cajore m Honolulu
'-'The date of the wedding is' uniquely
Important, for it is the 25th wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Richards, parents of the bride.
MI8S MARIE BALLENTYNE HON
ORS MISS RUTH RICHARDS
Miss Ruth Richards, whose wedding
will occur st the end of this month,
was the guest of honor on Monday
afternoon at a "skirt-hanger shower'
given by Miss Marie Ballentyne. The
hangers were decorated with dainty
sachet bags and were presented to
the bride in a dainty basket, arranged
with tulle and orange blossoms. Sew
ing on the lanal was the diversion for
Miss Ballentyne's guests were Miss
Ruth Richards. Miss Violet AtherTon,
Mlsa pnnHne Srnaefer, Miss Dorothy
GuJY s Derothy Harker, Miss
Mr iv tvne, Mrs. James F. Mor
gan. ' -s Tock Guard and Mrs. Stan-
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Included at this special price are IS dozen
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sorted selection. The quality is the bes.t
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able values, sizes 14 to left. '
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Our entire stock ot evening dresses' offered at'prlces far below the regular selling price.
t ? A LINE OF COLORED SILK AITERNOON AND STREET DRESSES.
Including taajy very - attractlTO and desirable styles are also Included at specially rt duced prices
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Untrimmed shapes la. black,. white, and col
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as follows: , s
72 at $1.00, 18 at $L50, 24 at $2.00
- 35 at $3.00 " -
----- Sport and Onting: Hats
Values up to ttXQ priced now at
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25 Trimmed Hats at Ya Off
' An assortment including .blackv white and
colored trimmed hats,-, are now offered at
li below the regular setting price.
An assortment of Ribbons, Fancy Feathers
and Flowers greatly; reduced.'
An opportune time for those who are inter
ested in Embroidery.
Art Needle Work
At Specially Reduced Prices
An assortment of stamped pillow tops in
conventional and floral designs, 25c each.
An assortment of stamped pillow tops,
center-pieces and scarfs, in a wide selection
of designs, 60c and 65c
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MRS. V.. L. PTANLEY A BRIDGE
Aire vwi'iam L. Stanley was a
r -'-o h-gtess on Tuesday afternoon.
M r 'rf-fii in-sting rubbers were
plf"' K 'rrstiaeuts were served.
-''trnlsy's guests were Mrs.
J&---" rr-Hhrm, Mrs. Robert Lange,
M; ""U'.9 Watson, Mrs. F. L. Mo-
rcnij Vis. Alexander Q. Hawes, Mrs.
Frank Ha'stead, Miss Hewlings and
MRS. ALEXANDER LINDSAY HON
ORS MRS. JAMES WILDER
Mrs. James Wilder was the guest of
honor at a very pretty garden lunch
eon on. Wednesday at Laniakea. over
which Mrs. Alexander Lindsay pre
sided as hostess. Covers were laid for
fifteen guests. Knitting and social
chat made Tor a charming afternoon.
HAWAIIAN TEA SMART EVENT
ST. PAUL, Minn. The Land of
Sunshine, Hawaii, was vividly por
trayed at the University Club this
afternoon M the large tea -given bv
Mrs. Frederick Delos Monfort of the
Decorations characteristic of the
islands adorned the rooms and the
large ballroom where .the . guests were
received was a veritable bower of
yellow, tne predominating color in
Hrfge Darwyn tulips, Jonquils, iris
and snap-dragons in the various
shades of yellow made an effect! vt
oaexgrouna ior tne oeeuurul . gowns
of the guests. Gilt baskets and crys
tal vases on golden standards with
tall snapdragons adorned the four
corners and center of the room, and
cn the walls the "iels" or Hawaiian
wreaths, also in yellow and a deepef
shade of orange, were placed. Even
in the refreshments the Hawaiian sug
gestion was not forgotten and th
bonbons bore the Inscription "aloha"
A Hawaiian orchestra, stationed in
one corner of the room, played a pro
Mrs. Monfort, who is of the attrac
tive blonde type, was lovely In a
gown of white satin, a Lucille model
embroidered in a brilliant shade of
blue. The bodice was of rose point
and dtichesse lace elaborated with
rhlnea tones, and extending, from thi
waistline at the back was a long-
pointed train. Instead of the conven
tional iououet she carried hta
bouquet f :yell0w - calla lilies,; tied
Complimentary to ' Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Metz, who are again enjoying
a brief visit tn San Francisco. Mr. and
Mrs. James Rupert Mason presided at
I an informal dinner last evening. Mrs.
Mets waa Miss Norma Mack, and her
San Francisco frfen'da, made during
the interesting months of the expoei
Ition. when her father was at the head
of the New York Commission, are re
joicing in the opportunity of greeting
her again. Mr. and Mrs. Mets were
married some weeks ago In Buffalo,
and are still on their honeymoon.
i which has included a visit to Hono
lulu, where they were in a continuous
round of gaiety. They were here for
only a day or two en route to the Ha
Mia Ethel Maroaey, Messrs. Philip
Bekeart and Martin Judge, with Mr.
and Mrs. Mets and the hosts, were
seated about the flower-decked table
far last nlght'i dinner. San Francis,
SAN FRANCISCO DINNER
Mrs. Ernest Hueter was dinner
hostess to an unusually interesting
assemblage last evening. The party
comprised the coterie of women, who.
with Mrs. Hueter, took a trip to
Honolulu a few months ago. i
Last evening Mrs. Hueter assembled
this group about a charmingly decor
ated dinner table, laden with spring
flowers of every description. Happy
reminiscences of the voyage made the
evening pass most delightfully.
Those invited by Mrs. Hueter in-
eluded Mesdamea J. D. McGUvray, M.
J. Savage, Maurice A. Gale, Samuel J.
Eva, E. A. Christenson, Ferdinand
Hueter, Thurlow White, William
Prentice, A. Remmens Perger, James
Hawkins, Thomaa Ross; Misses Loret
ta Boyd, and Lettie HolMng.
Mr. and Mrs. Hueter will entertain
with a dinner-dance at the Palace
Hotel next Thursday night. The affair
will be complimentary to Harry Maun
drell. San Francisco Chronicle, June
MRS. ANTONIO PERRY HONORS
MRS. SAMUEL TAY
Mrs. Samuel Tay was the guest of
honor at a luncheon on Friday of this
week over which Mrs. Antony Perry
presided. - Covers were placed for six
MRS. DONALD CURRIE A LUNCH
Mrs. Donald Currie was a luncheon
hostess on Friday of this week. The
table waa dainty with a basket filled
with shell-pink hibiscus and aspara
gus vine- Knitting waa the diversion
for the afternoon. Mrs. Currie's guests
were Mrs. Alexis J. Gignoux, Mrs.
George K. Brown and Mrs. David
"These appliances kesjj
ie out of me mlcheii"
"I believe I have found in electrical household
devices the solution of the servant problem. ,-
"Electricity serves me better. jj
"Take Breakfast, for example:
"It is much more satisfactory to prepare the
coffee, toast and eggs right in front of me on
thedining room table. An electric percolator,
toaster and grill does the trick.
"And, too, I find I have so much more time for
recreation and the more important things.
"Not a bit!
"You know electricity is about the only thing
we buy which has not gone up in price!
"I bought my-appliances at
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-jr , U-- VA-'
f , Jt , , V 'rp
the man who has written theongs that
have brought fame to Hawaii, has joined
the staff of the
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Mr. Cunha will gladly greet all his old ;
patrons at Bergstrom 's and aid them in the
selection of PIANOS, VICTROLAS, REC
ORDS or SHEET MUSIC.
In the choice of UKULELES, Mr. Cunha' s knowl
edge of the instrument should be of greatest aid.
For anything Musical see "Sonny'?
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1020 Fort Street
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