Hawaiian Gazette 20 July 1917 - Espinda-Mahikoa Wedding
' ESPINDA-MAHIKOA -William K. Eaplnda, connected with . Itanrv V( . A. Ci ftn.l tta Tula ml KaV .' -i - - - r and Miss Alice Kealaaumoe Mahikoa, connected with the United Mtate pub- -lie health service and a araduate nurse of a Han Francisco school, daughter of air. ana Mrs. ueorge- w. aianiaoa, a r . . , , 1 . eight o'clock last night at the Catholle Cathedral.... :' .-: .,. :y Tha wedilinir sarvlee was nerformsd 1 n T.... .i itii.1. ... -J MT lil'T. . n . U 1 l. 1. H . u u ' . , mivi vm, the Catbulic Church ot 8t, Anthony, lelillir(Bkt , tuv Av'es w taw r I w v by -William Bortfeld; while the bride waa attended by her sister, Miss Amy Mahikoa. , ' 4 : .' - . : ,' v : Immediately after the religious ceremony ceremony a reception in honor of the young coupitt whs nriu m ihi puinv ui jur. and Mrs. Oaaton J. Hoisae, 240(1 Puunui Avenue. The rooms were handsomelv decorated, the ' spacious parlor being especially decorated with white mag- noiia blooms, wun trimmings or nioki-hana nioki-hana and mails. The orchestra was enncnaled behind a bank Of Dal ma and other sreenerv in the laroe lanai. After Mhe reception and wedding supper, ilRiiclllff was indulged in until a lata, or rather early morning . hour. Mr.1 and Mrs. Espinda slipped away after th mil 1 1 1 irr r i .hiimsiii aa iiriri n iinavniiuin i si parts unknown. About a hundred friends attended the wedding of tho popular young couple. ' '