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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922.
PAGE FIVE DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Santa Claus' Sister By DADDY Copyright 1921. hy Public Ledger Co. that. Was Santa Claus really Dame Instinct's brother? (In Tuesday's chapter, Dame In stinct tells Curly-Head a story.) (Jack and Janet go with Dame In stinct In search of a summer bird that sings spring songs In the winter time. Sleepy Woodchuck lulls them to sleep making Slumber Sprites of them. He takes them to Egypt with him, but Dame Instinct brings them back by tickling their toes and awakening them.) CHAPTER G The Disappointed Little Girl WHEN Dame Instinct, turned Jack and Janet back into their usual size, the snow was only up to their knees. But when Jack and Janet tried to walk In the snow, they found it hard work. They fell far behind Dame In stinct as they followed her through the forest in search of the summer bird that sang spring songs in the wintry woods. "Oh my, I am getting all tired out," puffed Janet. Y Y JLLILere o in 1 if; ' ' Mm a If esv. . . , -1 vi.-TMMesi-.-v. .'3 The shrill piping sound let them to a log cabin in the woods Dame Instinct looked back and saw their trouble. "Why, you poor chi'dicpj" she ex claimed, "I iotgot ym couldn't walk on top of the snow. I'il have lo fix tr.at." Dame Instinct tore twigs off a wil low tree and quickly fashioned them into snowshoes. She was very deter with her fingers and was helped by her fairy powers. In less time than it takes to tell, the snowshoes were finished Dame Instinct fastened one pair on Janet's feet and the other pair on J Lett's fGGt "Hurrah! This is fun," cried Jack, and he began to run. One snowshoe toe caught in a vine. Over went Jack, quicker than scat, burying his nose in the snow. "Ha! Ha! Ha!" laughed Dame In stinct, as Jack struggled back to his feet. "You have to learn to walk be fore you: can expect to run." "Now we will soon find that sum mer bird," cried Dame Instinct, start ing off faster than before. Soon they heard a shrill piping sound. The shrill piping sound led them to a log cabin in the deep woods. At the window of this house was a little curly-headed girl. And it was this little curly-headed girl who was making the shrill, piping Bound. She was whistling and she seemed very sad and lonely. "What is the matter. Little Curly Head?" asked Dame Instinct. "Why are you making that shrill, piping sound?" "I am trying to sing like a bird be cause Santa Claus forgot me this year and didn't bring me the sweet-singing bird I asked him for." Dame Instinct looked at Little Curly-Head with pitying eyes. "So this is the dear little girl Santa Claus overlooked," she whispered, just loud enough for Jack and Janet to hear. "My Jolly old brother told me about her." Jack and Janet were surprised at DO YOU KNOW WHO was Pike's Teak named for? WHY is "humbug" a synonym for "swindle"? WHAT is the proper plural of "analy sis"? When was the territory included in the States of Arizona and New Mexico added to the United States? WHERE is the most active volcano in the United States? . ANSWERS TO TUESDAY'S QUERIES Cupid was the Roman god of Love. The tarnishing of silver is due to the action of the sulphur in the air which has no effect on gold. The ermine is a weasel-like animal, highly prized for its white fur. Justices of the Supreme Court are ap pointed for life. The withers of a horse are the high est part of its back, between the shoulder blades. With Maui's Girl Scouts .The Daily Fun Hour BLACK DOGGIE This is an old Scotch game with some features like our familiar "Drop the Handkerchief." The players join hands in a circle, stretching their arms as far as possible. One player, the Black Doggie, stands outside the circle. When he sees that the arms of the players can stretch no farther, he calls "Break" when they all loose hands and stand as far apart as pos sible. The Black Doggie then goes around the circle with some light black ob ject in his hand, such as a ball of black wool or a piece of black ribbon, singing as he goes, "I have a wee black doggie, but it winna (won't) bite you, nor you, nor you, nor you." Thus he goes around twice, but on the third round he drops the "Wee Doggie" quietly behind one of the players and goes on singing, "nor you, nor you, nor you." If, by the time Black Doggie comes around again, the the player has not noticed the "Wee Doggie" behind him, Black Dog gie picks it up again and says, "You're burnt out you go!" The player drops out, to pay forfeit later. If any player is caught signaling or otherwise telling that the wee doggie is behind a player, he is "burnt" and goes out. When a player spies the wee doggie behind him he picks it up and chases Black Doggie in and out around the circle until he catches him, when they change places, the pursuer becoming Black Doggie in turn. SCOUT DAY PROGRAM April 29, 1922 1. Assembly at Grounds....lO:00 a. m. 2. "Fall in" for march through Ka- hulul and back to Grounds x 10:30 a. m. 3. Opening Exercises around Flag Pole Flag Raising, !Flag Salute, Star Spangled Banner, Scout Laws Scout Oath 11:00 a. m. 4. Baseball Games 11: 00-12 :IiO (a) Keahua vs Spreckelsville (b) Lahaina vs Makawao 5. Luncheon 12:30-2:00 p. m. (Served by Council) 6. Presentation Ceremony....2:00-2:30 Second Class Badges By Director Merit Badges Court of Honor 7. Demonstration of Scout Activi ties by Individual Troops 2:30-3:30 8. Report from Chairman of Camp Committee Mrs. TCd Deinert 9. Scout Songs By All Troops 10. Closing Exercises 4:00 p. m. "America", Scout Pledge. Program of Scout Activities 1. Signalling American Beauty Rose, Puukolii Mrs. Ralph Shaw, captain. 2. Business Meeting Takalana, Seminary Miss Grace Vincent, cap tain. 3. Demonstration of Opening Ex ercises and Drill Morning Glory, Ha makuapoko Miss Emma Walters, captain. 4. Fire Building Various kinds and methods Lehua, Wailuku Miss Grace Crockett, captain; Sweet Pea, Makawao Miss Yap, captain, Miss Irene Miller, lieutenant. 5. First Aid and Bandaging Bou gainvillea, Paia Miss Rita Rose crans, captain, Miss Cressy Tilley, lieutenant; Carnation, Spreckelsville Miss Dorothy Johnton, captain, Miss Elinor Stuewe, lieutenant. 6. Recreation Game and Relay Mokihana, Lahaina Miss Luella Schaffer, captain; Daisy, Haiku Miss Gertrude Parker, captain, Miss John son, lieutenant. 7. Washing the Baby Daffodil, Ke ahua Mrs. Foster Robinson, captain. 8. Stunts Calla Lily, Keokea Miss Annie Ahsam, captain. 9. Bed Making and Table Setting Cup of Gold, Seminary Miss Ethel Collins, captain. 10. Entertainers Wild Rose, La Viaina Miss Maude Anderson, cap- ! tain IVftaa Prnu'cll 1 imit pnnn t . 11. Knot-tying Exhibition Rose lanl, Kahului Miss Louise Gardner, captain. Miss Mary DeKay, lieutenant. 12. Dancing Star of Bethlehem, Lahaina Miss Helen van Keuren, captain, Miss Seong, lieutenant. House last Monday afternoon and held their usual peppy meeting. Three scouts have already purchased their hats and uniforms. Puukolii Nine scouts met with Mrs. Shaw and ! Miss beibert at the school, Friday afternoon. This troop is ready to be registered. Three scouts passed their j signalling (general service code). The seconu Class work is making great pro gress and every meeting brings forth a new interest. MALIH1NI TEACHERS Three more months of school and then back home again. You have just enough time left to learn to play the ukulele or steel guitar. Remem ber that your friends are going to ask you about Hawaii's music. Surprise them by learning to play one of those instruments. It's easy. Just try it. JOHN GONSALVES, Instructor. Call at Paia School. Adv. (April 11, 14, 18, 27.) .. The Test of the Egg She "He always was a bad egg, but nobody seemed to notice it while he was rich." He "Yes, he was all right until he was broke!" London Mail. Hamakuapoko Fourteen girls met with Miss Sei bert at the schoolhouse last Thurs day afternoon. Neckerchiefs caused much excitement and wild plans were formulated lor making money. Miss Watters has agreed to help us out un til after Scout Day, which relieves us all. Cressy Rios is the first scout to purchase her uniform. Mrs. Hair has agreed to serve on the uniform com mittee and supervise the making of the uniforms in this district. This will be great assistance. Maunaolu Seminary Last Saturday afternoon a very ex citing game of basketball was played on the Seminary court between the Pakalana and Cup of Gold Troops. The Cup of Gold were th? victors. Score 40-18. After this Miss Seibert presented four girls of the Pakalana and six girls from the Cup of Gold with their tenderfoot pins. Captain Collins- and Captain Vincent deserve much credit for the enthusiastic and wholesome interest displayed at all times by their scouts. Kahului Nine Roselani scouts met with Captain Gardner at the Community FROM CROWN TO SOLE MiPiE3iniititJMic3iriiiiiiiiiiaiiiriiiiiuiai MiiHHiiicaiiMiiiinMCiiiiitriiiiMcairriiiiKfriaiii iaiiiii4iiiiMC9Mi)iiiiMiia)iuuiiiiic3iiiin EVERYTHING IN MEN'S WEAR Agents for TAYLOR'S CLOTHES Made to Measure from $25 to $60 GEORGE SOON Keahua Eight busy little scouts met at the home of their Captain, Mrs. Foster Robinson, on Weil Scout Day, neckerchiefs, hats, uni- iuuiis hiiu money lurnished the vari ous topics for discussion. 'A unique method of earning money was told to the director at this meet ing. These scouts made and sold cup cakes to the laborers on pay-day. Some business heads! Now they are plan ning an entertainment the latter part of May and I was sure it can be rec ommended. As this troop is scheduled to play baseball with Spreckelsville on Scout Day, a hurry call for a bat was sent in to the director. Keahua is really coming on the map in scouting. She has registered today. I am sure all the other troops will join the direct or in giving a cheer for Keahua and her scouts. Up-to-date Outfitter FORESTERS' BUILDING KAHULUI MAILE BUTTER 55 CENTS A POUND You'll enjoy its fresh and delicious flavor. It Js the brand for New Zealand's choicest product, the finest in this Territory. MAUI SODA & ICE WORKS, LTD. "We Serve Your Needs" Phone, 128 Wailuku. Makawao Makawao, April 11, 1922 Dear Miss Seibert: Scout Day was the chief talk among us today. We were very glad glad to learn that we are to Dlav indoor ba"U with a Lahaina troop on Scout! Day. As there was much rain up here during the last few months we haven't played baseball for quite a lone time. We are coiner to start playing now as much as we can so H as to win the game. j April 19, 1922, makes a year since I our troop was organized and in cele- j bration we planned to hunt for eggs hidden on the school grounds on I Tuesday, April 18. After the meeting j the captain took our tests on the sec ond class work. Your mountain scout, DOROTHY CUP CHOY. LEWERS & COOKE, LTD. 169-177 So. King St. Honolulu KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY'S MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT BANK OF MAUI Has my Savings Account WHO HAS YOURS Special attention given to Parcel Post Orders Lumber and Building Materials Mixed Paints and Auto Enamels 'Furniture Enamels Linoleums, Rugs Congoleum and Pabcolin Rugs Wallpapers and Glass WRITE FOR SAMPLES LAHAINA ICE CO., LTD. MANUFACTURERS OF ICE, PURE SUGAR SYRUPS, DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING SODA WATER SODA WATER PER CASE, MIXED FLAVORS, 90 CENTS. DISTRIBUTORS OF ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT Reasonable Estimates on Housewiring and Housewiring Supplies. JAMES M. CAMERON SANITARY PLUMBER Estimates Furnished. Old Post Office building,. Wailuku HOW ABOUT THE JAPANESE? Are you getting all the business from them you want? If not, you can reach them In only one sure way, in their own language. Tell them what you have that they want in advertisements and in hand bills. Issued Semi-Weekly MAUI RECORD N. K. 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