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SIX HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1941 I II. I I I III lif -J PJ "'1 '--K I 1 i I -t 1 wnn -aV Albert Linos At Home To Friends At h'MT! frsmd St. dr.re art rot tm iter nd Mn. Albert P. Lifto, ho 'r married in a urr'i rmiT November 5 th Waipthu church 1th Deacon Huch RotxrUcm Jr.
cfTiciatinz. 1 1 Mn. luno arrived that day from the maiTilarid. P.r a brief trip. She had previout'jr made her horn the mainland, but returned a year ard a ha ar Hnfxv lulu.
Her mother. a. Julia Freitas. and two brothers. Lou; and Ncah, make their home here.
At her marriaje. Mri. Lino vre 3 av 4 11 a ,11 a mutty told entemble with orchid corie and matching acceorie. Her only attendant a Mrs Frank Thrr a superintecdent if (mailt at Watpahu. who "wore fiel bl je with cocoa brown accewne and an crchid corsaje.
I Louta r. Lino served at bet man 1 far hi brolher. 1 1f 1 Third Annual Frolic ot YMCA November 22 CHRISTMAS IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER hen Honolulu todies begin their annual task of folding Tuberculosis Christmas seals and preparing them for distribution throughout the islands. The annuel drive begins soon. Pictured above, from left to right, are Mrs.
Robert K. Murakami, chairman of the Jopanese section; Miss Jean Bodge, general chairman; Mrs. William Hin Wong, Chinese chairman; Mrs. Edin E. Mc-Niel, assistant general chairman; Mrs.
Cornelio Gorospe, Fili-oino chairman. The Mesdames Cenric Wodenhouse. Robert IN A SURPRISE MARRIAGE ct Waipchu lost Wednesday. Albert P. Lro end Eva Freitos Olsen ere married by Deaccn The third anmjaiNuuana VMD'Hu Rc-bertson Jr.
The couple, pictured obove, wi'l be ct ill be held" Nov em- nome to friends ct 1401 St. Lexus drive. Luke studo Council frolic her 22 athe Nuuanu YMCA audi-; 1 at 8 p. m. Singlehurst.
W. Edes Alsup. Below, Mescames Margaret Ho umi rvakamura. president of, Lau, Jonn uai ana rrances rarnngTon witiemore. jiar-oui-letin photos.
the council, is general chairman of the dance program. I He will be aisifted by the pres-1 ident and members of the dif-' ferent clubs in the council. I i rnnno Margaret Jessen To Be Bride In Quiet Ceremony Today WEARING a flowing gown of white chiffon with full bishop sleeves and Grecian neckline. Miss Margaret Jessen. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto S. Jessen of Honolulu, will become the bride of Robert Singers Popular At Schofield mm UUM W. E. Gray of Speers Ferry.
today at E. Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs Carrying on to Schofield In spite i of a flat en route, and winning i a whole-hearted response from an 1 audience of 298th infantrymen kept itinr half an hour lat Frirfir i MAKES E3IS VITAL (ALL SMOKERS SOMETIMES INHALE!) night's variety troupe sent out by the USO entertainment committee! demonstrated the versatility and adaptability required of all volun- teers in these days of unexpected orders and swift changes. "To see those artists win the! the Church of the Crossroads. The Rev.
Galen R. Weaver will officiate and the bride's father will give her in marriage. Her gown will be complemented with a fingertip veil caught with a tiara of pearls, and she will carry white carnations and porana. Her matron of honor will be Mrs. Findlay Nash, who will wear ciel blue taffeta with long sleeves, full skirt and sweetheart neckline.
She will carry a mixed bouquet of roses and delphiniums and will wear a coronet of baby roses In her hair. Mr. Nash will be best man. Mrs. Jessen will wear a rose jersey gown at her daughter's wedding, fashioned with gathered full skirt and long sleeves.
She will also wear a corsage of roses and sweet- peas. The church will be lighted by tapers, and the altar will be banked with fragrant porana blossoms. The same flowers will be used at the Jessen home. 1617 Mikahala Way for the reception after the wedding, with red roses on the bride's table. For her going away dress the bride will wear light blue luana sports ensemble with navy accents.
After a short honeymoon, they will be at home to friends at 3950 Waialae Ave. The bride elect was graduated from Roosevelt high school and Is with the supply department at Pearl Harbor. Her fiance is a civilian employe there. Lt Wood B. Kyle was the dinner guest of Lt and Mrs.
John P. Cour-sey Tuesday evening at their home on Poki St 4 crowd was marvelous." said Mrs. Frsik Warren, leader of the group. "The men would hardly let them stop singing. The program was balanced and varied.
There were light opera selections by Miss Charlotte Linne, recenUy of the San Francisco opera company. There were negro songs by Joe Lewis from the navy submarine base. Popular favorites were sung by Eric Allen. Tying officer of the navy, and the songs of Miss Evelyn Jennings, talented soprano, completed the program. Miss Dorothy Andrews was accompanist Vs.
Jl i IN THE NAVY FinerPleasure-Plus Real Protection SEE how tremetadotiilf dgimtai difj Emtoent idocton fire letdiof ioduding. Morris ON COatPAIINe. TMi taaJTANT'OUAUTY'lN'TMf UHOKI OF mi F0UI OTKlt UAOIMO UANDI WAS ovMO ro aviiaoi Asoai tmah tttut rtmtt tmat or tmi snigtreoiT coHTtaxrro'rMiut moikis By BETTY BRUNS PEARL HARBOR, Nov. 14. Capt.
John B. Kaufmao, MC, retired, and Mrs. Kaufman arrived Wednesday from Philadelphia. They will stay with their son and daughter In law, Lt. Jg and Mrs.
William M. Kaufman at their home, 2745 Manoa Rd. Mrs. Benjamin Perlman. wife of Capt.
Periman, was among those to THE GOLD POINT THAT I II WRITES YOUR WAY I I AND TMI tltrfAnON.ULtTS it Oil MAM FfYf arrive on the Matsonia. formerly atationed in San Diego, Capt. and Mrs. Perlman will make their home here. riMts as tOMei i i ei Business Girls Hold Picnic At Halekipa With Halekipa camp as the setting, 61 members of the Business and Industrial girls' clubs of the YWCA held their first interclub play day November 2 for the purpose of furthering the acquaintance of the members of the older girls clubs.
Miss Betty Miyahara of Satsuki Kai was general chairman. Highlight of the program was an impromptu hula number by Miss Likelike Coleman of the OSY's. Mrs. Ethel Tom and the Misses Olivia Akana and Anna Ching of the Younger Business Girl's League were in charge of luncheon. Supervising were department secretaries Miss Esther Park.
Miss Yuki Kimura and Miss Marilyn Young. Miss Anne Napier is the league president Tri DeltsVo Give Luncheon Delta Delta Delta members will meet for luncheon at the Oahu Country club November 22 at 12:45 p. m. to celebrate Founder's Day. All local and visiting Tri Dclts are invited and are asked to call Mrs.
James Small. 2144 Mott-Smith drive for reservations. Thetcis To Meet Today Members of Kappa Alpha Theta will meet today at the home of Miss Charlotte Hall. 2447 Oahu Ave. at 3 p.
m. for a social meeting. For further information, phone Mrs. E. H.
Allyn at 79591. 'C'- 1 If wife of Lt Cmdr. Covington was among those to arrive Wednesday. Mrs. Ronald Lee Wilson, wife of Lt Wilson, accompanied by her son.
James and daughter, Joy, also arrived Wednesday. A daughter was born on November 5 to Lt and Mrs. James Alexander Flenniken at the Kapiolani Maternity hospital. Lt and Mrs. Flenniken make their home at 2735 Terrace drive.
Mrs. George P. Biggs and her young son arrived on the Matsonia to join Lt. Biggs. Mrs.
William F. Raborn. wife of Lt. Raborn. and son and daughter were also arrivals.
Among those to sail recently for visits to their mainland homes were Mrs. Joseph L. Ichenhower. wife of Lt (jg Ichenhower and their young son. William; Mrs.
Carl Tied man and daughter. Nancy Lynn, family of Lt jg Tiedman. and Mrs. Reuben T. Whitaker, wife of Lt (jg) Whitaker, accompanied by daughter.
Sue. Mrs. Russell Kefauver with Diane and Lloyd Kefauver came on Wednesday's ship to make their home here. They are the family of Lt (jg) Kefauver. Another arrival was Mrs.
Millener W. Thomas, wife of Lt jg Thomas. Alexander Early Jr. arrived re- v5u HONOLULU PAPER COMPANY i I 1 1 1 il, Ala Moim at Soutn su. A w' I 1 1 and Its Island Dti-s -X I I Also from San Diego came Mrs.
Harold L. Jensen to join Capt Jen-en. MC. He has been on duty at the naval hospital there. 9 Cmdr.
and Mrs. Alexander F. Junker will be at home to their friends at 1211 9th Ave. Mrs. Junker arrived recently from Washington, D.
C. to join her husband. Mrs. Thomas F. Flaherty arrived Wednesday en route from Puget Sound to join Cmdr.
Flaherty. Mrs John E. Pond, wife of Cmdr. Pond was also a passenger on the Matsonia. Among those who have made reservations for the Officers club dinner and dance this evening are Lts.
Fitzjohn WeddeU MC. Lewis M. Smylie, DC. Donald B. Ramage and John A.
Williams. Ensigns E. E. Roberts. W.
B. Billings, Joseph C. Zirkle and R. E. Williams.
Lt. Cmdr. and William G. Michelet left on the last Lurline for Lt. Cmdr.
Michelet's new duty on the mainland. They were accompanied by their daughter, Eleanor Ann. Mrs. Halstead Shaw Covington, 1 1 r-f It '-'I THE GAMMA PHI BETA SORORITY, Honolulu a I urn -naes, celebrating the 66th anniversary of founding of the sorority at an annual Founders' Day banquet, Monday, November 17 at the Pleasanton hotel. Miss Helen McKee, obove, is co-chairman.
Arthur Yaf borough photo. cently from the mainland to visit his parents. Capt and Mrs. A. R.
Early at their home, 2203 Hyde Ave. Mrs. John T. Probasco and son. Preston, joined Lt tjg Probasco on Wednesday while" Mrs.
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