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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917
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In pints and quarts.
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LOCAL RED CROSS
Glass Dishes for Baking.
The Newest Method
Bread puns 1.25 ea
Pie plate 1.00 a
Custard Cups .25 ea
CuMseroU'H - 1.T5 in
Shirted eag pans .05 t-a
An Uratin 1.00 ea
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(Continued from page 1.)
linry t lie making of sheets for the
institution. From nowon, however,
under complete organization, the
work will be confined to Red Cross
Supplies alone, which will be for
warded to Washington, unless some
local disaster, such as is always
promptly handled by the Red Cross,
claims our time and money. A cor
al invitation is extended to ill
those who wish to help in this work.
Tag Day Results ,
Aided by a committee from the
Chamber of Commerce, the Auxiliary
conducted a Tag-Day campaign on
the Fourth of July to secure mem
bers and funds throughout the Is
land for the American Red Cross.
619 members and 82094.50 have
been secured up to date. All names
wHI be enrolled at Washington'and
the funds also forwarded to Head
quarters for the general work of the
Extending the Organization
It is now planned to extend
work of the Lihue Auxiliary,
after consultation with residents of
other districts, folders have been
sent out to all members of the Red
Cross from Hanalei to Koloa, ask
ing them to ioin the Lihue Auxili
ary, lhis entails no further obliga
tion or expense for the individual,
his name and interest being mainly
desired, unless he cares to contri
bute to the support of the work of
the Auxiliary. It is hoped to orga
nize work among the people of each
community, the Lihue Auxiliary to
serve, if desired, as a clearing house
for the buying and forwarding of
supplies. Funds are constantly
needed for the purchase of gauze,
hospital shirting, comfort-bag equip
ment, etc. It is estimated that at
least $100 per month should be
available,-and it is hoped to secure
a generous response to the .appeal.
New members of the Red Cross
are still desired. Application blanks
may be secured from Committee
members in various districts or on
application to the secretary.
Rules and Regulations
The following are the rules and
regulations of an Auxiliary at Large:
An Auxiliary at Large must have
at least ten members and a chair
man, treaeurer and secretary. All
members and officers of the Auxili
ary must be paid-up memlx-rs of
the American Red Cross.'
It shall ba authorized for not
more than one year. At the expira
tion of the period for which it is
authorized it shall automatically
cease to exist unless the Central
Committee gives definate authority
The manner of appointment of
the officers and their term of office
shall be left entirely to the Auxi
liary. It shall not undertake any work
except that authorized in its certi
ficate of recognition unless specifi
cally authorized to do Vo by the
Members of the Auxiliary need
not reside in the place where the
Auxiliary is located.
Members of the American Red
Cross residing in a community
where there is an Auxiliary at Large
are not required to become members
of the Auxiliary.
The Auxiliary,- shall not collect
money or supplies outside of its
own community unless specifically
authorized to do ho by the Central
It shall forward to National Ilead
quaiters the full amount of all Red
Cross membership dues received.
It may collect special dues from,
or levy assessments upon, its mem
bers, provided that the members
are informed that such assessments
or dues are not Red Cross dues.
It shall keep accurate records and
accounts of all donations of money
or supplies received or distributed
and shall make such reports of these
to tho Central Committee as the
latter may request.
It shall have the right to vise the
emblem of the Red Cross under the
restrictions imposed upon chapters
for such use.
It may be disbanded by action of
its members or by order of the Cen
When a chapter is formed with
jurisdiction over a territory in which
an Auxiliary exists, such auxiliary
shall automatically cease to exist
unless it is authorized by such chap
ter to continue as an Auxiliary of
New Red Cross Members
Hanalei and Kilauea
Miss Florence Deverill, Mrs. S.B
Deverill, T. B. Buch, Mrs. T. B.
Buch, Miss Josephine Yanagihara.
Mrs. Henry C. Brown, Mrs. Nor
man Browne, G. W. Cunningham,
Mrs Edward Deverill, Mrs. W. T
Dunn, Mrs, G. T. Greig, Mrs. D.
K. Ilayselden, S. W. Holmer, Mrs
R. P. Jesse, An tone Marcallino, T
Neal, C. W. Smith, Miss V. Stray-
ne,,Miss A. Whittington.
K. Hashiba, Ishii, Morimoto, C.
Watanabe, King Yamamoto.
The following names should have
appeared on the list of last week
Y. Kondo, Lihue, Mrs. Birkmyre
Hanalei, Mrs. Claude White, Kilau
ea. Mrs. A II. Cohen, Honolulu
Jokichi Gokan should have' read
Jokichi Goka, Lihue.
Please report any corrections in
names to Mrs. Chas, Rice, Lihue
The total membership to date is 619
Mrs.'E. S. Swan and Miss Lottie
Jordan carried off the honors in se
curing members for the Red Cross
on the Fourth of July, bringing in
Miss Katherine Macintyre and
Miss Ella Winter brought in the
largest amount of money, $204.
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