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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922.
THREE Tests Passed Tenderfoot Troop 9, Lono Kalawal. 11, Taka Nakamura. Second Class Signalling, No. 1, R. Asakura,, John Nunes. 8, K. Kono, J. Mai, It. Chang, T. Kaleo Tracking, No. 2, R. Carvallio, M. Omoto, M. Carvalho, O. Fletcher, S. Ginoza. No. 10, N. Koito, S. Sakai, K. Yoshida, N. Tanaka, Y. Watanabe. Scout pace, No. 2 Y. Ogawa. K. Asa kura; No. 10 H. Yamashita, M. Hana da, I. Murakami, U. Machida. Knife and hatchet, No. 2 K. Asaku ra, S. Ginza. Fire lighting, No. 2 S. Ginoza. No. 8 K. Kano, I. Ueda. Thrift, No. 2, S .Ginoza; No. 10 1. Murakami, H. Fugimoto. Compass, No. 8 C. Mpdeiros. First Class Tests Swimming, No. 2 G. Fletcher, M. Omoto; No. 10 T! Kuwahara, U. Ma chida, H. Figimoto, K. Nakamoto, T. Hirotsu, N. Tanaka, T. Ansai. Thrift; No. 1 W. Chalmers, J. Nunes, No. 10 H. Fujimoto. First aid, No. 2 H. Masuoto; No. 6 Kurajl Towata. Nature study, No. 2 S. Inaba; No. 1 W. Chalmers. Carpentry, No. 2 T. Ito. Mapping, (reading- No. 6 L. Maciel, "STOP THIEF" Annual Play Offered by the Maui High School Students Association KAHULUI THEATER, SATURDAY, JUNE 17 GENERAL ADMISSION, 50 CENTS. RESERVED SEATS, $1.00 Reservations of Seats May Now Be Made at Puunene Store, Kahului PRICE OF RAW COTTON ADVANCING RAW COTTON is now 22 1-2 cents a pound and will probably be 25 cents a pound within a few weeks. This indicates a rise in price of all articles made of COTTON. Summer is here and now is the time to buy cool white goods. JUNE 14th TO 21st WILL BE Special White Goods Week To help interest our friends, during this week, we will allow a dis count of twenty per cent on all purchases of WHITE READY-TO-WEAR GOODS. This includes: DRESSES, CORSETS, STOCKINGS AND SOX, COL LARS, NECKWEAR, HANDKERCHIEFS, SHOES, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS ALSO TOWELS, SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, BEDSPREADS, TABLECLOTHS AND NAPKINS And we are showing a wonderful line of white dress goods at attrac tive prices Puunene Store With the Alert Boy Scouts of Maui K. Towata, J. Fernandez. Judging, No. 6 A. Masuda, K. ta, J. Fernandez, L. de Costa, J. Towa Paiva. Troop Doings Puunene Troop No. 2 "The meeting was opened in our usual way by reciting the scout oath and law. Then had the roll call show ing fourteen present and four absent. Then our Scoutmaster F. Martin, gave us a short talk, he spoke concerning nature study and also gave a few hints on signalling. When he finished we practiced signalling for about twenty minutes. We then talked over what we should do before the long vacation. We decided to have a small luau of our own by using the scout dues which we saved. The luau is to be on June 22nd. "We then had a few games led by the senior patrol leader. We played first aid game, wheelbarrow races, taking the hat, etc. The wheelbarrow race was the funniest, here was a fat boy acting as a wheelbarrow and a small boy wheeling him. The boy was so fat and tired that he could hardly go on. After going for a few feet he I wuuiu wauuie una iaii. me Email Doy had a hard time holding his feet as i his partner was so heavy. That side lost the race. "In the first aid game because some who did not know how to carry the man learned the fireman's lift. We en joyed this game. "We had such a good time that we did not want to quit but we had to do it or it was late. Meeting adjourned at 9:15 p. m. "Scribe Troop No. 2" Troop No. 6 Makawao "At the meeting held on Tuesday night, June 6, at the scout house all At Our Puunene Store business was put aside to take up the practice for our show which was to take place on Saturday night. First some of the scouts took up test pass ing taking up map reading and the liv ing of the scout pledge. This was first class work. Then we went right to work on the rehearsal for the acts. It was funny and we are sure the people of Makawao will enjoy our Portuguese Dutch acts. As a number of scouts were absent we had to do away with the pyramids and took up signalling instead. The executive then asked for volunteers for Saturday morning to prepare the building for the show. Five scouts volunteered. On looking up the records it was found that Ku raji Towata was the first scout to pass his first class tests. "L. de COSTA, Scribe." Saturday night was a big night for the Bronco Busters at Makawao. The new scout room was crowded to over flowing by the friends and parents of the troop. The show opened up with the Scout Oath and Law then Scouts Kawajl Towata and John Fernandez were presented with their first class pins. The ceremony was very Im pressive and the audience and scouts joined in three cheers for these scouts. The Executive stated that Kurajl had made a record for the island of Maui in finishing his first class re quirements. He joined the troop on January 10th, 1922 and qualified as a first class scout on June 6th 1922. Just five months from the time he joined the troop. The program then continued. Troop singing songs signalling, first-aid work, lifts and carries. The Executive sang a funny song and told his baseball story. Then we had the Dutch Comedians. Louis Maciel and John Paiva gave an act called from Soup to Nuts. It was a scream and the crowd Just screamed. Jacintho Estrella and L. de Costa then gave an act called The Insur ance Agent. This was also a very funny act and the audience enjoyed it very much. Then we had four reels of good pictures which were greatly enjoyed by all. The lights were then turned on and the color bearer brought in the American flag. The troop pledged our allegiance to the flag and all joined In singing the National An them. The whole show was a big success and the people wanted the troop to give another in the near furture. Troop XI Hamakuapoko Saturday night Troop 11 of Hama kuapoko, in charge of Scoutmaster Emil Davis took the bunch to the omeuKeisviiie ueacn House for an over night camp. This was the first outing for the troop and they certain ly naa a jolly time. Mr. Murphy join ed the gang later in the evening and Pop showed up about 11:45 d. m. V, 1 "i - . oiiuw ui lUHitawao. sunaay morning ine Doys were given instruc tion in flrelighting by the Executive. We left the place at 8 a. m. and re turned to Hamakuapoko. After church the scouts went out for practice in tracking. Examiners Martin and Crockett have been kept busy the past few weeks on their passing of the papers on Nature Study. Some very excel lent papers have been sent in by the scouts. It will not be long ere the CAMP NEWS Schedule and Personnel of Camp for the Various Weeks First week June 26-July 3, 1922. Councillors Mrs. Ed Deinert. Miss van Keuren, Miss Seong, Miss Vincent Miss Collins, cook, nurse and director. Scouts: Star of Bethlehem 16; Puukolii 2; Seminary (Cud of Gold) 3; Pakalana 4: Wailuku fi : Ka- hulul 1. Second Week, July 3-July 10, 1922. Councillors: Mrs. Ed. Walsh, Miss Alice Walsh, Miss Anna Maude Ander son, Miss Dorothy Johnston, cook, nurse and director. Scouts: The Wild Rose (Lahaina) 10; Puukolii 5; Keahua 4; Spreck elsville 6; Mokihana 2; Makawao 5; Kula 4; Seminary 1; Third week July 10-July 17, 1922. Councillors: Mrs. Carrie Hair, Miss Ruth Whitehead, Miss Grace Crockett, Miss Mable Taylor, Miss Tilley, cook, nurse and director. Scouts: Wailuku 10; Keahua 4; Hamakuapoko 5; Kahului 2; Paia 6; Haiku 2; Seminary (Cup of Gold) 7. Transportation: Trucks and Trains First week begin Monday, June 26. Leave Wailuku by train 1:30 p. m. June 26th. Leave Kahului by train 1:42 d. m. June 26th. Leave Paia by train 2:07 p. m. June 26th. Arrive Pauwela by train 2:25 p. m. June 26th. Take truck from Pauwela to Kailua, each person to carry their own bag gage and equipment and take it on the truck with them. Leave Kailua by truck 6:00 a. m. July 3d. Leave Pauwela by train 7:44 a. m. July 3d. Arrive Wailuku by train 8:35 a. m. July 3d. Second week begin Monday, July 3d. Leave Wailuku by train 1:30 p. m. July 3d. Leave Spreckelsville by train 1:53 p. m. July 3d. Leave Paia by train 2:07 p. m. July 3d. Arrive Pauwela by train 2:25 p. m. July 3d. Take truck from Pauwela to Kailua. Each person to carry their own bag gage and equipment and take it on the truck with them. Leave Kailua by truck 6:00 a. m. July 10th. Leave Pauwela by train 7:44 a. m. July 10th. Arrive Wailuku by train 8:35 a. m. July 10th. Third week begin Monday, July 10th Leave Wailuku by train 1:30 p. m. July 10th. Leave Kahului by train 1:42 p. m. July 10th. Leave Paia by train 2:07 p. m. July 10th. Leave Hamakuapoko by train 2:15 p. m. July 10th. Arrive Pauwela by train 2:25 p. m. July 10th. Take truck from Fauwela to Kailua. Each person to carry their own bag gage and equipment and take it with them on the truck. Leave Kailua by truck 6:00 a. m. July 17th. Leave Pauwela by train 7:44 a. m. July 17th. Arrive Wailuku by train 8:35 a. m. July 17th. NEWS OF VARIOUS TROOPS Maunaolu Seminary Maunaolu Seminary, j Paia, June 9 ."Dear Miss Seibert: "The two scout troops of Maunaolu with captains Collins and Vincent hik ed to the Maliko Gulch, Wednesday afternoon. After school girls from both troops rushed to the kitchen to pack the lunch. We left the Seminary about three thirty. Our first stop was at the guava patch but we need not tell what we did there. When we came near the gulch we all watched the cars cross the winding path then into a tunnel and out again on the other side. It was something exciting to us. "The girls hiked on down to the bottom of the gulch and then scatter ed a number of we girls hiked farther jWith Maui's Girl Scouts than the rest for ferns and when we,Rt wailuku, June the 20th came back found the rest sitting among the rocks near the big bonfire which Scout Esther had started with one match. We roasted sausages over the fire. As It was getting dark we hurried up the path so as not to lose our way and soon saw the moon peep-1 ing over the clirr at us. vwien we , Turtle woman, mysterious and be reached the top it would have been hind 8tylea Emma Likua dark but tne glorious moon iwunutu , m shine brightly down upon the wan derers. We all sat on the edge of the gulch with the moon and stars above us and sang some songs. It was about half past seven o'clock when we left. On our way home we gave yells and made up songs. "School closes Friday so we will have no more meetings until in Sep Ueniber, but hope to see many of you scouts of Maui will be familiar with the foliage and shubbery of this island. Some Scouts and some records Kurajt Towata holds the record tor passing from recruit to First Class Scout in five months. KuraJi is a member of troop 6 at Makawao. Tomatsu Omoto qualified as a First Class scout in October 1921 and up to date had passed eleven Merit Badffpfl. Thin la anvolv a e h i.i i record. Only ten more and we will have an Eagle Scout on Maul. Scout master Martin is surely proud of his scouts and deserves a neat deal of ' credit for tho nnloTirfiH .hn.n. ... . "" py nis Doys. Court of Honor. There will be a session of the Court of Honor Just bpfore the close of the school term. All First Class scouts and those who have passed on Merit Badge subjects will have to be present to receive their honors. Rome Merit badges arrived from New York and these will also be presented at the sitting of the Court of Honor. in camp this summer, and wish all a ! naPP' vacation. "SCOUT DOROTHY KALOA, Pakalana Troop." i Wailuku Wailuku, Maui, June 6 "Dear Miss Seibert: "We the troop of Lehua were very sorry that you could not attend to our meeting. At the beginning of the meeting the girls played ball and after playing they were called in to attend the meetng. "Tome Nishimura was our chair man for this meeting and it was held successfully. At the beginning we had our opening exercise and the secre tary read the minutes and also the treasure's report. We discussed about camping that is what we shall bring and what we should not and also de cided about the entertainment which the Star of Bethlehem were going to give. Almost at the closing we thought of giving a farewell party and we all thought it was a fine idea. We had our closing exercise and went, to our captain's home to dance and went home about 5 o'clock. "Yours trulv, "HARUYO YOJI." Lahaina (Star of Bethlehem) Kara. Ill teachers played basket ball against girls of the Star of Bethlehem Troop at 1:30 o'clock Thursday, June 6, about 260 pupils from the school go ing to the armory to see the game. The first quarter the teachers were leading 7-3. The second quarter the "Stars" were leading until the last quarter. The game was really excit ing. The "Stars" won easily with a score of 41-16. Maud Farden scored 14 points while Dorcas Eldredge our "Star" scored 27. Mary Kelii and Mabel Espinda did wonderful work in guarding. They guarded so well that the teachers were unable to score more than 16 points. The teachers played a wonderful game too. They need more practice if they expect to win from the "Stars." Admission was 10 cents. $23 was made and $5 of candies were sold dur ing the game. Lineup Stars Forwards, Dorcas Eldredge, Maud Farden; guards, Mary Kelii, Mabel Espinda; centers, Katy Martin sen, Emma Likua. Subs Helen Akina. Kam. Ill Teachers Forwards Miss Lily Apo, Miss Davis; guards, Mrs. Cooley, Miss Mae Dunn; centers, Miss j G. Seong, Miss E. Crowell. Subs. Miss A. M. Anderson, Missi E. Howell, Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons. j The money from the two games ; were sent to Mr. Wells. June 14, another game was played at the armory. The Star of Bethle hem girls' easily won with a score of i 17-3. The teachers thought that they were going to win but they didn't. , Dorcas Eldredge scored 12 while Maud Farden scored 5 points. Mabel 1 Espinda and Helen Akina guarded so ; well that the teachers were unable to score more than 3. They played j only half of the game. ; Star of Bethlehem Lahaina, Maul. "I presume you are all glad to hear our news for I have some splendid news to tell. "On June 2th we gave a play "Melilotte" at the Puukolii theater. We first sang our troop song (to the tune of Wabash Blues) and other popular songs and two of our scout songs. We surely made a big hit that night. The American Beauty Troop sang their troop song and a fairy dance was done by one of their girls. The proceeds were $64 and a few cents. Half of the proceeds went to the American Beauty troop and half to our troop. "We again gave our play at Lahai na on June 6th. Besides "Melilotte we had the play "Tho Sheik" and a folk dance (Heap the Flax) and sang songs. We Burely made another hit at Lahaina especially "The Sheik". The proceeds were $68 and a few cents, $8 went to expenses. Tho eighth grade boys were very kind for they helped us to load and unload the ferns. We are going to give our play We liopo to make a big hit. "Following are the girls that took part in Melilotte and "The Sheik." Melilotte A Fairy Operetta One Act Melilotte, a very good girl Emeline Chan gilver dollar, an Honest coin Maud Farden Three Silver quarters Katy Martinsen, Beatrice Buchan an, Mabel Espinda. Small Change Silver dime, a very small change .. Dorcas Eldredge Dock, dodder, squile Financiers of Frogbit Lane Elizabeth Kapela, Jeane Koko, Helen Akina Thristle bloom pansy bud Fail y Spinners May Twiner, Gen Buchanan, Thelma Dunn, Caraline Recard. Mary Kelii, Eva Tanabe. "The Sheik" Arab Sheik Maud Farden Ar.ib Vempire Beatrice fiuchan: n "Our troop won the silver cup at thu swimming meet Monday night V'e swain against the Wild Ron;? troop V e won the cup twice ho the cup is oui forever. Kathifne Mi-tinhen, Elizabeth Kapela, Maud Failcn and Mary Kelii were the glrU that twain fo.' the cup. "Yours trulv, "MABEL E ESPJNDA. "Star of Bethlehem Tiup." Spreckelsville Captain Dorothy Johnston took sixteen girl and boy scouts on :i week end hike to Keanae. She reported a very exciting and strenuous tini?. An account of the trip is promised for next week. Haiku We haven't hejird very much of Ihe Daisy Troop. But at last we can re port three tenderfoots. Several others will soon be "pau." Last Tuesday the director took four of the Paia scouts with her to the presentation ceremony at Pauwela senool. Two of the Seminary scouts attended the meeting and gave a little talk to the young troop. Scout Dorothy and Elizabeth have agreed to help these girls during the sum mer. After several innings of "Long ball" and soda water for refreshments we said aloha to our sister scouts and started for the valley. Keahua All of these scouts are going to camp. Such a time as they have had raising the necessary funds. Cake, ice cream, banana and watermelon sales have all helped to swell the fund. M iscellaneous Makawao girl scouts are giving an entertainment Saturday evening, June 15th, at 7 o'clock to raise money for camp. We guarantee a good perform ance. Tuesday, June 20th, at the Hippo drome in Wailuku, the Lehua Troop of Wailuku and the Star of Bethe hem of Lahaina are giving an operet ta and entertainment. A picture will also be shown. Advanced sale of re served seats has begun. These tickets may be exchanged at the Maui Drug Co. Star of Bethlehem won the cup at the swimming meet last Monday even ing at Puunene tank. This i3 the sec ond time they have won and thus the trophy is theirs "for keeps." Wailuku Scouts Day "Tuesday, June 20th, will be Girl Scout day in Wailuku. To celsbraie, the Lahaina girls of the Star of Beth lehem troop are giving an opeieua, "Melilotte" at the Wailuku Hippo divi'CP. I he Lehua troop of Wailuku wi'l gic a very amusing on? ntr play. In addition to these twt splendid offer inga. Mi. Harris has prainiaid a good picture. "Let us give the Gi.-I Scouts a heart f welcome for we ar.j pr.md cf the Star of Bethlehem, Maji':! ..bctt troop. And Wailuku's own, ttio Lehua troop "EJvoi yhody out! Get your tWd.-tU now! Tuesday, June 20, 1922, Wai lu'iu Hippodrome. "GRACE CROCKETT, Captain. "RUTH WHITEHEAD," Lieutenant. Japanese Mercantile Company GENERAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 281-A. KAHULUI. ALEXANDER & BALDWIN LIMITED Sugar Factors Commission Merchants and Insurance Agents AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company Maui Agricultural Company Hawaiian Sugar Company Kahuku Plantation Company McBryde Sugar Company Kahului Railroad Company Kauai. Railroad Company Honolua Ranch Kauai Fruit & Land Company