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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1918.
Close Of The Schools
(Continued from Page One.)
Group 13., Grade 6
1 M at sue Murayama, Kihel.
2 Kiyo Watanabe, Kihel.
3 Masao Atzawa, Kihel.
Group C. Grade 2
1 Churuko Ishlpuehl, Puukolii.
2 Tsuruyo Nishida, Halehaku.
3 John Hulhul, Keanae.
Group C, Grade 3
1 Ymeo Fukuroku, Halehaku.
2 Sctsuko Kashiyama, Puukolii.
3 I lotsu Tsukiyma, Halehaku.
Group C. Grade 4
1 Tmtnoyo Fukuroku, Halehaku.
2 Niirhl Kashiyama, Puukolii.
3 Masao Kamorida, Puukolii.
Group C, Grade G
1 Toshl TaKakl, Hann.
2 1 1 Ipasht Moryama. Puukolii.
3 Fiylko Tanaka, liana.
Group C, Grade 6
1 Josephine Jacobs, Hana.
2 Kanalrhl Koyama, Puukolii.
3 Yonhio Nobu, Puukolii.
Group C. Grade 7
1 Alexandria Estrella. Hana.
2 Isabella Kstrella. Hana.
3 Kazuo Hashimoto, Hana.
Group C, Grade 8
1 Mary Cabral, Hana.
2 Aanie Cooper, Hana.
3 Manao Hayase, Hana.
Group P., Grade 2
1 Au Lun Eng. Haiku.
2 fiosy Amoral, Makawao.
3 Yukikl, Haiku.
Group P., Grade 3
1 Katsuyo Ikeda, Haiku.
2 Antone Mendonca, Koahua.
3 Isano Fukuda, Hamakuapoko.
Group P., Grade 4
1 Elizabeth Chong, Haiku.
2 Seraflna Mateo, Hamakuapoko.
3 Grace Lee, Koahua,.
Group P., Grade 5
1 Hlsno Honda, Haiku.
2 Paniel riros, Keahua.
3 Myuki Yin Eng. Haiku.
Special Jose Lanoza, Haiku.
Group P., Grade 6
1 Touhl Enomoto, Haiku.
2 Elibabeth Cup Choy, Makawao.
3 Mlknlla retro, Hamakuapoko.
Group P., Grade 7
1 Bessie Maples, Sprecklesville.
2 Margaret Tara Wonit, Makawao.
3 Itoya Yamamoto, SpreckclBVille.
Group E., Grade 2
1 Spl. Prize, Takano Takamiya,
2 Conception Francisco, Kameha
3 Beatrice Wilbur, Walluku.
Group E., Grade 3
1 Robert Hart, Walluku.
2 Dolores Furtado, Kamehameha
3 Mary GoeIa, Paia
Group E., Grade 4
1 Puna Kaokona, Tuunene.
2 Clara Sylv-i. I ala.
3 Akl Yamamoto, Kamehameha
Group E., 3n '.e 5
1 Henrietta Hart, Walluku.
2 Julia Me IT ii, Paia
3 Vivien Vetlesen, Walluku,
Group E., Grade 6
1 Henry Luke, Paia.
2 Birdie Eldredge, Kamehameha
3 Elizabeth Kapela, Kamehameha
Group E., Grade 7
1 Sadie Whitehead. Walluku.
2 Kazulchl Tagawa, Paia.
3 Naka Hashlzuml, Walluku.
Group E., Crade 8
1 Helen Palmatier, Wailuku.
2 Rose Luis. Kamehameha III.
3 Ruth Whitehead, Wailuku.
Group F., Grade Freshman
1 Belle Rodrlgues. High.
2 S. Hasegawa, High.
3 Rose Lum, High.
Group F., Grade Sophmore
1 Nils Tavares. High.
2 Althea Case, High. -
3 Ruth Lindsay. High.
Group F., Grade Junior
1 J. E. Walker. High.
2 Margaret Hair. High.
3 Dorothea Krauss. High.
Group F., Grade Senior
1 Irene Wells, High.
2 Lois Murdock, High.
3 Miyo Yosblzawa, High.
Group O., Grade 2
1 Mabel Pang, St. Anthony.
2 Momoyo Suma. St. Anthony.
3 Rose Bailey, St. Anthony.
Group G.. Orade 3
1 Erallle Kuoha. St. Anthony.
2 Natsuyo Iwamoto, Maunaolu.
3 Pouglas Thompson, Alexander.
Group G., Grade 4
1 Helen Walsh, Maui Grammar.
2 Ida Ah Fox, Maunaolu.
3 Elizabeth Kaal, Maunaolu.
Group O., Grade 5
1 Emma Rose Tavares, Maul Gram
2 Asaya Tokunaga. Maunaolu.
3 Margaret Sloggett, Maul Gram
Group C, Grade 6
1 Chong Hart Lee, Lahalnaluna.
2 Lucy Baldwin, Maul Grammar.
3 Hannah Mahu, Maunaolu.
Group C., Grade 7
1 Edith Field, Maul Grammar.
2 Fred Kuhlman, Lahalnaluna.
3 Poris Hair, Maul Grammar.
Group C, Grade 8
1 Ernest Chang, Lahalnaluna.
2 Helen Howell, Maul Grammar.
3 Charles Allen, Lahalnaluna.
Special Prize q
St. Elmo Hart, St. Anthony.
At the Grand: A. Lemke, J.W.Cath
cart, Miss Irmgaard Brabh, Wm.
Williamson, Chas. Hite, Judge W. L.
Whitney, Chaa. W. Hammond,
Thomas O'Brien, Mrs. J. S.
Walker, Miss Macfarlane, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Giffard. O. K. Stlllman, A. E.
Hale, W. H. Hisermann, Judge Harry
Irwin. Honolulu; W. E. Green, Ha
waii; Robert Smythe, Paia; Miss
Florence McAllister, Los Angeles; W.
R. Moody, Emeryville; J. R. Graves,
San Francisco; Dr. and Mrs. E. P.
Save Sugar Tor
Jlnd the Jlllies
BY MAUI WOMEN
A Department Of Domestic
Economy Intended To Serve A
Patriotic Purpose In Conserving
Food Needed By Tho Allied
Armies In Europe.
Medina Brown Bread
1 c. buttermilk or sour milk
V4 c. honey
1 t. salt
1 c. cornmeal
1 c. seedless raisins
M c. rye Hour
1 t. soda.
Put the seedless raisins to cook
in a very little water and let simmer
until the water Is absorbed. Stir
together the egg, milk and honey.
Into this sift the cornmeal, rye, soda,
and salt. Flour the cooked raisin?
lightly and add. Pour into 2 one
pound baking powder tins and steam
uncovered for 2 hours. Do not cut
War Time Cookies
2 c. rolled oats
1 c. flour
i th. salt
2 heaping tb. baking powder
Vt C- crisco
I'so sufficient milk and water to
make n thick batter. Drop on well
greased tin, bake and break apart.
Sandwiches And Sense
At all the affairs, formal and In
formal, one is beninning to find evi
dences of Hooverizing, Sandwiches no
longer take on new and strange cos
tumes, and the airs and graces of for
mer days have departed. The fan
tastic shapes which required much
waste of brend are tabu. As evidence
of this, there is a good tale that
comes from the Inner circle of the
Burlingame set. The chatelaine of
one of the beautiful homes down
there had a group of friends come in
to make comfort bags for the soldiers.
At tea time the maids arrived, ajid
the first sandwiches which were offer
ed brought Ohs! and Ahs! of admira
were perfect miniature replica of
were perfect miniature replies of
American flags. The first woman to
whom they were passed was a quiet
but much beloved and respected per
son, who refused them. "Oh, take
one!" urged the hostess. "I can't,"
very simply answered the conscien
tious objector. "I've signed the Hoo
ver pledge, and nothing could be
more wasteful of material and effort
than such sandwiches. Think of the
number of imperfect ones which
must have been 'thrown away, to say
nothing of the time and material
wasted In the production of these per
Whereupon the hostess, being of
the right sort, herself admitted that
it was ridiculous to serve refresh
ments of that sort, or of the kind
that made up the rest of her tea
menu, and still think that one was
doing one's patriotic duty, and every
woman there got a more practical
inea or rood conservation. San Fran
The annual moetlne of the Rtnrlr.
holders o ft he Keahua Ranch
pany, Ltd., will be held at the office
of the Comnanv at Pnln. Msmt n
Thursday February 28, 1918, at 2 p. m.
J. MacLuren Secretary.
(Feb. 8, 15, 22.)
SHOWING ITS CONDITION
ASSETS, Owned By The Bank
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts. $583,712 07
This represents loans and
advances to customers of the
Cash on Hand and In Banks
Actual Gold and Silver Coin
and sight exchange on corres
Bonds and Securities
This is practically our sec
ondary reserve, for tho protec
tion of our depositors, consist
ing principally of high grado U.
S. Government, Territorial,
Railroad and Industrial Bonds.
Real Estata and Binklnn .
Actually ownnri liv tho lignt
located at Wailuku, Lahaina
Furniture and Fixtures
Contained in the Main
Branch at Walluku and its
Branches at Lahaina and Paia.
Representing the valuation
of the Bank's equity in the
Lease upon its Wailuku prop
erty. Total Resources
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Maul )
, .J' C'iI' LL'FKIX- Vice President and Manager of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear,
that the above btalement Is true to the best of my knowledgo and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Vice-Pres. and Mgr.
Subscribed and sworn to b fore nio this 2nd. day of January, A. D. 1918.
UNCLAIMED : :
A lot of registrants for the selec
tive draft on Maui are due for trou
ble. Although explicit instructions
were given all to watch the postofflce
for the questlonaire blanks, the fol
lowing have been returned unclaim
ed: Abe Masaye, Asato Kamezo, Aia
kawa Yama, Arakawa Yelzl, Agena
Kama, Arakawa Toku, Asato Shigen,
Alagaki Takeshi, Fugii Kulchl,
Chindo Goya, Chorea Oginle, Chasi
hi, Senzo, Fugii Kuichi, Furugen So
mei, Furuta Michinoshln, Fukuda No
buichl, Fukuhara Sanda, Furugore
Sosu, Goya Jiro, Giro Gusuguma, Gus
ukuma Taura, Hirose Kosuke, Hara
ta Eichi, Horoshlge Shinichi, Higa
Kichimatsu. Inafuku Gusaku, Ige Bi
suke, Ichikawa Jinzuchi, Inamina
Ihron, Joshi Agato.
Kubo Genichi, Kumata Masogo,
ICamato Pryonio, Kamisata Toyohui
no, Kanashiro Ushi, Ktyan Kame,
Kaichi Yeitaro, Kamisato Yetenzoro,
Kahagushikeo Yama, Kyani shizuo,
Kaneshiro Kcnjo, Kobo Soichi, Kama
Nakasone, Kiojomo Tsuchi, Kaishi
Ataro, Kokuda Tarolchl, Kaneshiro
Y'asuhiko, Koma Bunemon, Kasai
Sison, Kawanabe Tolakuma, Motoichi
Sakamoto, Matsushu Cushl, Matsumu
Kihugoro, Mitsumoto Maruzoo, Muka
ida Kazumo, Malamabachl Chosuku,
Myasata Shronei, Miyashiro Kana.
Nakayama Kocho, Nakao Masu, Na
kagawa Matsuichi, Nokama Kamel,
Nake Taimoru, Nakamoto Taro, Na
kashima Yohei, Nakano Makasaku,
Nagose Kawaguchi, Osato Ushi, Oka
ola Tsurualo, Oakuma Shoklchi, Oshl
ro Kama, Okamoto Glngo, Ogasawara
Tsunezo, Ogusuku Kame, Okajakl
Tadashl, Okamoto Tsuriki, Ono Kaini
chi, Osato Yukui, Sugimoto Kishio,
Sato Eikichi. Shiraishl Yiikiiel. Rono-
da Tatsuzo, Shimabuku Seichu, Sunda
Tamagushiku, Sakanashi Ichikl, Sato
Konlchi, Sakuhara Seikichi, Soomo
Yamashiro, Sasaki Sigegichi, Surgye
ma Asaichi. Shiroma Shitoku. Rhinhl.
do Sidasoyel, Shimobukuro Kame.
lanaue Jvoiiachi, Tsubone Tokujl,
Tanibe Masalchi. Tanean Sanda Tan.
akwa Kenichi, Tadakuma Katsuge,
Tamashiro Kawa, Uehara Kihau,
Umetsu Manzuburo, Wakl Saejiro,
Yocno laisa, Camashita Eizuma, Ya
mancha Cachin, Yogi Giro, Yamashl
ta Jiro. Yuwatro Mamiiehl. Yop-i Tni.
zen, Yananino Taro.
(To be Continued.)
Saturday, February 16th.
SESSUE HAYAKAWA In
"HASHIMURA TOGO" ".'
And the last of the Tire Changing
Sunday, February 17th.
ANTONIO MORENO In
"A SON OF THE HILLS"
First of the official Government made
pictures of THE WAR
Monday, February 18th.
NANCE O'NEIL In
"THE FINAL PAYMENT"
THE LIVE AUCTIONER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postofflce: Makawao
Phone: Tam Yau.
OF MAUI, Ltd.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 3 1ST. 1917.
Capital Stock Paid In
Surplus and Undivided Profits...
Being dividend No. 2 of 3
upon the capital Stock.
The Bank and its Branches
has total Deposits, net, as
Entered Of Record j
M. P. FREITAS & WF. to Manuel
Freitas 4 A land, Puuomalei, Ma
kawao, Maul, Feb. 8, 1918. $400.
J. K. HANUNA to Lllia Lio, 10 A
of R. P. 6923 & pc. land, Hamoa,
Hana, Maui, Feb. 6, 1918. $1 & love.
LILIA LIO to Mrs. Poipe Hanuna, 10
A of R. P. 6923 & pc. land, Hamoa,
etc., Hana, Maui, Feb. 6, 1918. $1
LIPANO K. KALOHELAU to R. A.
Drummond, 1-3 int. In Gr. 2546 Ka
Kaalae, Hana, Maui, Feb. 9, 1918.
PILIPO K. KALOHELAU ft WF. to
R. A. Drummond, 1-3 int. In 6 pes,
land, Koolau and Hana, Maul, Feb.
9, 1918. $125.
ERNEST P. ENOKA to George K.
Uwekoolanl, Int. In lands of Kumu
kau (k) dee'd. Maui, Feb. 11, 1918.
THERESA P. MOORE & WF. to
Casimlra A. Drummond, 1-3 int, In
share In hul land, R. P. 4388 Kul.
Ap. 8, Muolea, Hana, Maul, Feb. 11,
A S MEDEIROS & WF to M S Santos,
30 A land. JKeaaula, Hamakualoa,
Maul, Feb 1, 1918. $1000.
KALANI KANIUHELE to Enoa Vinc
ent, int in R P 5980 Kul 414 Hala
ula, Wailuku, "Maul, Febl, 1918.
HUGH McCORRISTON ft WrF to
Theresa Kerr et als, various pes
land, bldgs, etc, Oahu & Molokai,
Feb 6, 1918. $1 & love.
Bills Of Sale
CHONG YOU to Chong Lun, Int In
leasehold, bldgs, pol shop, livestock,
etc. Papohaku, Wailuku, Maui, Feb
8, J918. $1 & love.
S K KELIIKANAKAOLE to Bank of
Maul, Ltd, R P 6124 Kul 3448 Ap
1 & pc land, Walehu,' Maul, Feb 5,
ENOS VINCENT & WF to Kalanl Ka
nluhele, int in R P 5980 Kul 414
Halaula, Wailuku, Maui, Feb 1,
J S SOUZA & WF to Bank of Maul,
Ltd, pes land, livestock, wagon, etc,
Kuau, Hamakualoa, Maui, July 13,
BANK OF MAUI, LTD, Joseph E Fer
reira et al, int in Gr 394 & livestock,
Papaaea, Hamakualoa, Maui, Jan
24, 1918. $1250.
THIS WEEK AT THE
Tuesday, February 19th.
Mile. Christine de Maeyer (Belgium's
Refugee Artist) assisted by Mr.
Wednesday, February 20th.
GEORGE M. COHAN In
"SEVEN KEY8 TO BALDPATE"
Thursday, February 21st.
PATHES. Latest War News.
Friday, February 22nd.
CHARLE CHAPLIN in "The Count"
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Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
"Visiting brethren ara cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. PEACOCK, R. W. M.
W. A- ROBBINS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
tha Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members ara cordially
Invited to attend.
. A. C. RATTRAY, C. C.
J. H. PRATT, K. R ft 8.
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Regular meetings will be held at
Moose Hall, Kahulni, on tli flist and
third Thursday of each mnmli, at 7:30
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
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