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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, AUG. 5, 1011.
Mestrs. Chapman' Swimming Party.
A ncoro of joung people cnjjyed
Hip hospitality or Captain ntiil Mrs.
Chapman's four nt a swimming pirty
Unit m given nt Tort Sluftor Mon
iltiy nftorno'in. At 2:30 army busses
were nt the Igi iiiIiihh of thu King
Direct electric lino to convey the
) tiling people to the nrtny post. Liter
n delightful swim wnii ciijovcd In the
lnrgn fresh-water tnnk. Thin Hport
proved very Invigorating mill lielpeil
to stimulate Hie nppotltes of the
young people for the delicious ro
freKlinieiitR Hint wero Fcrveil later on
the. largo lnli.nl of tliu ( in J gtih tis
homo. Among Mr, William Chapman
nml .Mr. Henley Chapman's guerts
were Alius Hazel llncktaiiil Mini
Mailellne Hots, Miss Until McChes
ney, Miss Thelma Murphy, Miss
Dnphno Damon MIsh Martini McChos
tiey, Miss Until Sopor, Mhs l'niillno
Schnerer, Miss Helen Spalding, Mr.
Clayton Damon, Mr. Alan Itcntou
Mr. Ned llnrnhain, Mr. Oswald Ste
ven, Mr. C. Stevens, Mr. Wrenn Tine
heilake, Mr. Donald Hcirh nnd otliers.
Miss Helen Spalding's Luncheon.
Miss Helen Spalding entertulned
Tuesday nt a pretty luncheon that
was given at her home In honor (nf n
liniiibf r of onng girls that will leave
shortly to attend sclioil on tho main
land. The luncheon favois were minia
ture suitcases tilled with candy. A large
hrabH basket tilled with jejlow core
opals occupied the center of the table.
The place cards were Oriental figures
dressed In their iritlvc costumes. On
i-ach one of these dainty cards the
linmo of the gusot was Inscribed In
colli. Those present wero .MIsh -Helen
Spalding, Miss Ilnsainonil Svvnnzy,
Miss ISIIznueth Cnrter, Miss Myitle
Si human, Miss Madeline Itoss, Miss
Until Soper, Miss Margatot Center,
Miss. May Ulven and Miss Daphne
Mrs. James Wllder's Dinner.
Mta. James Wilder entertained nt a
beautifully appointed dinner In honor
of her sister, Mrs. Holmes of IJorko
ley. Among the complimented guests
wero Mrs. Waller Francis Dillingham,
Judge nnd Mrs. William Whitney,
Captain nnd Mrs. Clifton Carter,
II. S. A Lieutenant and Mrs. Oaylor,
II. S. N.. Mr. Jac'c Atkinson and H. M
It. C. Halr-n Forster
Mis. Hclloway's Pol Luncheon.
A pretty Innovntlnn was Introduced
Wednesday by Mrs. C. Holloway,
' v. hen this gifted hostess entertained
at a. pol luncheon In honor of Mrs.
Mcul. wlfo of Professor Mead of Chi
cane, and Miss I'nrKs and Miss Lord.
An the guests entered this nitlstlc
home they weie presented with BWeet- U. S. N Hon. and MrR. W. O, Smith,
smelling ginger lels, combined wllhJCnplnlu nnd ,Mrs. Arthur Mnrlx and
malle. The lels wero donned by the
recipients, nnd tho beauf fill floral
adornment enhanced tho many beau
tiful toilettes that weio worn. At
one o'clock the guests repaired to the
dining room, where nn appetizing and
delirious pol luncheon was served.
Mrs. Mead wan an liliiml girl, and
this mode of entertainment proved
especially enjoynble. The tnblo nt
which the twenty-one guests and the
hostess were scaled was exquisitely
decornled In the scarlet "lehua" blos
soms nnd yellow ginger, with accesso
ries of mountain ferns. Tho linmo
catds wore attached to scarlet lels.
Theso wreaths, worn with the ginger
lels, proved n striking romblnntlon.
Tim color K'hcnio for the affair was
yellow and red. After luncheon a
number or the gucs's enjoyed several
games of bridge. Thoso who onjoyel
Mm. Ilollowny's hospitality were Mrs,
Mead. Miss Lord, Miss Parks, Mrs.
Jack (limit Mrs. Hobly, Mrs. Shop
herd, Mrs. (lenrgo Carter, Miss Helen
Achilles, Mrs. Ilemlce Wnlbrldge,
Mrs. Hlchnrd Ivcrs, Mrs. Francis
Mills Svvnnzy, Mrs. Kben Low, Mrs.
Jones, Mrs. Oeorgo Sherman, Mrs.
Dtackmnn. Mrs. Kiederlck Klelnhn,
Mis. Charles llrytiilt Cooper, Miss Hen
Taylor, Mrs. Helnrlch, Mrs. Wldeman
Major and Mrs. Koetter's Luncheon.
Ono or the prettiest luncheons of
the season was given Saturday liv
Major and Mrs. Koester of the Fifth
Cavalry nt Lellehin. The pretty
tnblo. arranged to acrommodalo eight.
wis effectively decorated with cut
flowers nml Australian maidenhair
fern The uffalr was glvln In honor
of (lenctnl and Mrs. Montgomery
Miicomb. Major nnd Mrs. Koester
nro famed for tholr hospitality, nnd
none of the ninny chnrmlng service
folk stationed nt Schoflold Ilnrracks
mc mote popular than this army
couple, belonging lo the Fifth Cav
alry. Among thoso who enjoyed Sat
urday's dimming nffnlr were Oeneral
and Mifl. Macomb, Major nnd Mrs.
lliimhnugh and Captain nnd Mrs. Ar
Mr. and Mrs. John McCandlets'
Mr. and Mrs. Uabcock of Chicago,
111. weie Uie complimented gucslB at
a dinner Tuesdiy evening that wns
given .by, Mr. and Mrs. John McCmt
le'P "t Ihe'r hints on Nuuami avenuo
nnd Tln'cs sticet. covers were nr
rjnvd tor twelve. The pbco cards
deplete! OiloiitM ce:ies The golden
bhower made n beautiful and effective
table decoration. After dinner a num
ber of tho guestB played bridge.
Among IIiofo piesent wero Mr. and
Mis. John MeCnndlcss, Mr. nnd Mrs.
llabcock. Paymaster and Mrs. Stevens,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marlln Hepburn.
Major and Mrs. Wooten's, Bridge
The now commandant nf Hirt I)e
Hussy, Major Wooten and his charm
ing wife entertained tho onlccrs of
the post and their wives Informally
at bridge Monday evening, None uf
the other service folk vrero Invited.
Their benullful homo, situated by the
sea, wns beautifully decorated. At
the conclusion of the plnylntr n de
licious "Dutch supper" wns served In
tho dining room. The hlghoct "In big
ots" were Mrs. Wnrd wife of Lieu
tenant Waul, nnd Lieutenant Wal
kins. The former was prose'iled with
a hand-ombroldercd whlto linen shop
ping bag. and Iho latter won n hand
soino ash tray. Thoso who cnjoveil
Major and Mrs. Wooten's hospltnllly
wero Can i'ii and Mrs. l'utiiiaii, Lieu-
tennnt n"d Mrs. Wnrd, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Watfclm Dr. and Mrs. Tuttle
Miss Zolglor and Miss Clay,
Captain and Mrs. Halght's Luncheon.
Tho regimental poit at Lellehun
was gay with luncheons and dinners,
given before and nfler the polo match.
On Saturday Captain and Mrs. C. Sid
ney Hnlplit en'ertalncd at luncheon.
Pale pink Hnclmntrcss cirnatlous and
lace maidenhair ndorned the attract
Ivo tablo at which tlUIn was scrveil.
After lnnchcoii the host, hostess and
their guests attended tho polo game.
Among Cnp'aln nml Mrs. Halght's
gucsls were Major ami Mrs. Wallace,
Ia master nnd Mrs. Stevens. U. H. N
and Major uml Mis. Davis, U. S. A.
Surfing Party at Moana Hotel.
A lolerle of iitmv folk gave a surf
ing paity, starting In cinoes from tho
Moana Hotel about rour oclocK
Wednesday afternoon. Several of the
members participating In IIiIb excll
lug sport linil never been surfing be
fore, nnd tho novelty npponled to
them. After riding the waves n num
ber of limes, a swim was taken; luter
delicious refreshments wero served
under tho hnu tree of tho Monna.
Among thoso present "Aero Major nnd
Mrs. Wooten, Captain nnd Mrs. Put
mnn. Dr. nnd Mrs. Tuttlo. Lieutenant
nnd Mrs. Watklns, Miss Zelgler, Miss
Clay and Lieutenant and Mrs. Wnrd.
Captain and Mrs. Hand's Luncheon.
Prior to tho polo game on Satur
div (JiptVn and Mrs. Din Hand of
tho Fold A t'l'e-y cntcr'n'ned In
honor of MnJnr on.l -'r" Wo ten nf
(ioIii match by Iho Lollelnu ami O.ilm
teams was gieatly I'lijojecl,
Dr. and Mrs. Hobdy's Dinner.
Ono of tho most elaborate dinners
of the week was given Thursdtv eve
ning by Dr. nml Mrs. Hobdy nt the
Colonial Hotel. On this cecaslnn
Mb. lor nnd Mis. Wooten vwio ihf
honoicd guests. Mrs. Hobdy tint Mrs
Woolen aio both southetne's. their
homes being In Lexington, Kctituckv.
and they both attended Lexington
College at the same time. It Is iiIiimhI
superfluous to slate that loth these
society women havo experleiccd great
plcnsuio In meeting In lloioliilu. At
Thursday's nrfalr the cohr "01101110
was In different thades of yellow, the
place cards, floral ndornnunt nnd the
nrtlflclnl lighting being panned with
this Idea In view. Among those scal
ed at the artistically nrtatiged fible
besides tho host nnd lmti'ss, weio
Major nnd Mrs. Wiwitci., Miss (l.iv
ex-dovcrnor ami Mis, (leirge 11
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franc's
Dlllltmhain, Captain nnd Mrs t'lllt n
Cnitcr, Dr, and Mrs. Shcpheid ami
Captain and Mrs. Marlx' Dinner.
Lnst evening Captain nnd Mis. Ar
thur Marlx of the U. S. Minim- Corps
entertnlncd In honor id Major ami
Mrs. Iliirnham of Fort Slrilli r and Dr
Amen nnd Miss Anglnette Vines. The
color scheme for tho piottf affJlr rtiw
In vellow nnd green.
Wednesday Bridge Club.
Mrs. Smith or Fort Shifter will eii
teitnln the Wednesday llrhlge t bib -it
her home lit Fort Shafer on Hie ninth
Mr. and Mrs. Sheetly'o Dinner.
Mr. and Mhi. Joseph Slice Iv enter
tallied Informally TI11ns1l.1v evenlm.
at tho Hotel Court land In honor of
Mr. unci Mrs. Harr Mai line Hep
burn and Mrs. Wilcox. The nntiiie uf
tho nffnlr was n illnner.
Mrs. KeniH'ilj's l.uiicliiiiii.
The guests bidden bj Mir James
Madison Kennedy to partake or her
hospitality at a luncheon tli.u was giv
en thls week at her home "I Fort
Sliaftcr call well feid fl.itleieil a' be
ing iiblo to see nnd enjov the limine.
and beautiful affair. The lunclnon
was given Tuesday .illeinion In hon
or of Mrs. Paul Ineubcrg and her
house guest, Mrs. MiO.iuley or S.111
Franelpio. Mrs. Kentieiljr has given
numerous uml beautiful entertain
ments, ilmt Tuesday's riinclloli Biir
liassed them all In beauty and orlgln
ullty. The tnblo was made to leprc
scnt n pastonil su'iio. In tho center
of Huso rural 'surroundings was a
inlnlatiiro lake filled with frogs nnd
downy ducks. The tropical foliage
and ferns banked around the en
closuro were so lirellko and natural
that one was given tne Impression
that they wero growing there. Over
tho plctu.resn.uo scene was arched n
.callsllc inlulow rmlilnr.ed cut of tho
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It is full of nutrition and butter fat and
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the color sehuiuu.
Fojt Fe Hu ry, CMjit'iln and Mrs. Cllf- finest clilfTnn, uniiied or the
ton Carter. It. S. A, pnj Miss Clay.l;aloUloFCoplc colors that -ftiini a r.iln-
Tho host and hotrss' now quarters
nt Lellohua nro very artistic nnd at
tractive, nnd were tho sotting for the
beautiful luncheon that was served
shortly after ono o'clock. Later In
the a'ttemoon tho closely contested
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bow. It still remains a mBtery now
thono derornllons weie lirraifgod and
perfected to obtain Mirli n wonderful
lesult, anil the hostess can v '' lo
liroud of her achievement. Among
Mrs. James Madfson Kennedy's guests
wero Mrs. Walter Cowles. Mis. IM11I
Isenberg. Mrs. MiOauley of San
Krnnclsro, Mrs llurnhiiiu. Mrs. Ar
thur Marlx, Mrs Alta Conger Ilald
vvMn, Mrs. Kdward .1 Tliuberlnke, Mia.
llrfiest Klnloiks Johnstone and .Miss
Mrs. Merger's l.iinclirnn.
The past week has been filled with
Boclal gaieties, and none of tho niimer-
ous entertalnuii'iits were prettier than
tho luncheon glvm Thursday nt , tho
Oiilm Country Club by Mrs. Ilerger.
Covers wero laid lor hktcen, nml the
exquisite decorations were In scarlet
oxorlns. The affair was planned In
'honor of Mir. Darglo of Oakland atnl
Mra. Craig of I'hoenlx, Arizona
iThoso Invited to this delightful af
fair weie Mib Crulg nnd Mrs. D.irgle,
Mrs. Jack Dowsclt, Mrs. Oeorgo Tot
ter, Mrs. Arthur Wilder. Mrs Hiunq,
Mrs. Carl Wldeinann, Mrs. Charles
Mouell, Mrs. Frederick Klebalui, Mrs.
Illiineberg. Miss Mlna Ilerger, Miss
Fitzgerald, Miss Allco Macfarlane,
Miss Hoonry and Miss I'eaine,
Dance In Honor of Kappa Knppn
I (Jaiinna (ilrl".
I Thu ilunco glve'i by. tho manage
ment of tho b'eai Win Hotel Monday
evening In honor 01 the Kupp'i Kap
pa (i.inimn girls was quite n Bochil sue
jeesa. This piclty notol )y tho sea,
.was beautifully decorated wills iidfms
and other troplrnl plants nml college
pennants. The largo and extensive
gioiimls were hung with' Jnpiuieso'
llntilerns. A splendid Hawaiian qulu
Itctle club fuiulshed thu IiiiibIc. After
Hut p.nty Mr and Mis, James Wilder
ciitci tallied nt nil Informal buffet sup
per that was given nt their homo at
Wnlklkl. Mrs Witter nnd the twelve
young girls attended, nnd Messis.
Stanley Kennedy, Dondern, Ilobert
MiCorilston, F.il Iledeninu, Ollvor
Uinsing. Herbert Dowsetl, Oeorgo
Ilrown and Mr. and Mrs N'nlsuii I laker
ami others nlso nltrmleil
('mit.ilii rii'l Mr8. M Inters' llluncr.
Mr. "nil Mr- I vtfel Mnenon
cie Mi" eee-i' nf ' icnr s 11 illnnfr
I' .,( wn- elve" ' I e'efl'.g by Csp
t'lln u'lil. Mir. Winters, who Ic.ivo to
morrow to Join the former's leglment.
Hie Sid Cavalry, In Sail Antonio,
Texas. The Cavalry color of yellow
Captain nnd Mis. Winters. Mr. ami
Mrs. J. Alfred Magoon, Major and
Mrs. Koester of the. Fifth Cavalry.
Cuptaln nnd Mr. (V. Kidney; 'ilaight
of the Fifth lloise, MitJor"Wia,".Mr.'
James Madison Kennedy of Fort
Shatter. Miss Onlo Kennedy and Miss
Mrc I" :i 'It lf'eli-.,''-! snl v -n;
s 11 ere ''illiu I'" ' T coin " l.l'S
li' 'it 'V.i' 'hi I 11 te ol'iur ille
1 f th J'iiii nil" nil
C.-"3'n s-ct Mrs. Winters to Depart.
The snllln ol tho transput Unfurl
will i-ii tiwiv Cnpt'ilii uml Mrs
Wlnlcis l"i 'lie C" ipl-ilil has iccelvcd
ordeis to Ji In bis icgliueiit. the :itl
The elaborate of- Cavaliy hi Sin Antonio, Texas None .111 srenes. After liartnklug of this
s'rvlcc lolk Hut line rerlilc I' ilelii ions luncheon, the hot less nnd
lil'ii'iht pussi-ss ni'ite frit lids'' guests iidj iirm d lo one cf llm lan.tls
IlirJ where (he nloibng game itt liildi'i'
sent busbies tho
the sto'iiucr lo bid them laiewcll. liosteSB vveie ills Craig, Mra. Dar-
For the lias w ek Captain ami Mrs. , gle, Mrs. Ilerger. Mrs Fiedcrlck Mae-
Winters havo bee( tho guests of Hie fm lane, Mfs. D.ivles, Mliis Alice Mnc-
falr wns slvet at the' lintel Colniilnl. 'r the
ri... .1,11,11 ilIii't weie dcslrualed by. '! Hie
h-itnl-palnleil inids oinunieiilej with Hun this p-plilar arm con.ile Flirl where (he nbvoibng g.
eioseiI luyouclts. with the words :ird Hu v b ivo m.i.le himfs uf w nm fileinU was enJ ed. Later In
Cavaliy underneath " .'liibossed In tinting their sojourn In Honolulu. A tin Impromptu tnuslc.il
gold Amonr thofco l-iescnt were I large eo-illiigciit .r f.lrnds, will I t lemleifd. 'I Inn e prese
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Mrs. Monell's Bridge Luncheon.
The Hotel Ctiurtlaiid was the ret
Hug lor a be.iiillful luui'lieou that was
given Wnl'jcsihy In licnioi or .Vis.
'o -,il M". Cr l?r An iirtt-tle
fdilane. Mil's 'Fitzgerald. Miss I'earno
and Miss MLna Ilerger.
Mr. C. Lniiz who Iris been siiendlii';
Hie, pact slit vvee'cs at llyron Hot
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Uq.lil.ir hctcl .midst ..lm mm hint' . " ueuiunHinr.ing ai n. i Liners
lug baskets or tr.illng iLp.iraSiis c"-' lIlL'lr coniplexlon bcautlllerB and
vino uml uiro tiialdeii hair ferns Fich; ""' meeting with great success,
one of the guoM ends were dlffeielit.
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