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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1922.
TITREE With M aui's Girl Scouts (By Miss Frances Seibert, Director.) Have you read your "American Girl" for October girls? There are two new merit badges described Scholar ship and Scribes badges. If you are interested call your captain's atten tion to them and she will tell you how to set about earning them. Did you remember that October 30th was our founder's birthday? Mrs. Juliette Lowe, while visiting In Eng land, became tremendously Interested in the Girl Guide movement and with the assistance of the Haden-Powells enrolled the first patrols in Savannah, Georgia, 1912. Hut it was not until I 1915 that the name was changed from I Girl Guides to Girl Scouts. In 1916 j the headquarters were moved to New i York and we really "were off." Today there are 120,000 scouts enrolled. Cut out this song and paste it in your Troop Ledger. FOUNDER'S SONG Tune: "Fair Harvard." Rally 'round, all you Girl Scouts, and join in a cheer For our Founder and leader and friend From the girls who live fart host To all who are here, BENEFIT DANCE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM TERRITORIAL BUILDING SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 4, 1922 Admission 50c person Mary Hoffman Orchestra Lfl us wish her good luck without end! From the North to the South, from the East to the West, We have gathered to greet her today, Since she's known us the longest and loved us the best, In our mem'ry forever she'll stay! Mere's to you, our first Captain, we'll never forget That you built the first road for us all. Now we're marching in triumph, we think of you yet, And your Troop-flag we'll never let fall! In the years that are gone, in the days that are past. We were lonely and tiny and few, We're an army today, and so long as we last. We'll be faithful, our Founder, to you! 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Only five of us and our captain went. We went to Maliko gulch, first to Maliko bridge. It was so beautiful that our captain took a picture of it. Then we stood all in a row and she took our picture. While we were going one of the girls told our captain to have her picture taken so I took it. She had a beautiful lei that one of the scouts gave her. Then we found a little path that led down to the bot tom of gulch. It was so very beauti ful there that 1 wished you were there too. Our captain took a picture of the nice view. "While we were going on we saw a steep cliff, it was so green our captain took, a picture. 1 forget to tell you that when we reached the bottom of the gulch we followed it till we came to the ocean. It was very beautiful there. We all liked the hike through the. gulch. "Some of the girls wanted to go swimming but Miss Beull told them not to because we wanteU to aee the baseball. When we reached the base ball ground we sat down on the grass and had a good rest. Then our captain went home and we stayed un til the game was finished and then went home too. "Miss liuell told me to tell you all about the hike so that you could put it. in the Maui News. Next time we will take a long hike and 1 will have more to say. "I hope you will enjoy reading it. 'Vrom Scout, "VIRGINIA AMBROSE, "Morning Glory Troop, "Hamakuapoko." J In the Churches ui IN TUB CIUCt'IT COI RT OF TIIK SKCOND .niMClAL CIRCUIT.. TRRKITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers In Probate No. 1940. Church of th Rml eh.h.-j Morning prayer and sermon at 11 I o'clock. j Rev. J. Charles Villiers, rector. i A ,L. I " wiumi mviitiLiuu io uie services of this Church Is extended to strang ers, ana to people of the community A welcome to all. In the Matter of the Estate of Edgar Morton, Late of Kamaole, Kula, Maui, Deceased. NOTICE Petition of Minnie Morton, widow of deceased, for appointment of Edgar Morton, Jr., (is Administrator. j IT IS ORDERED that Wednesday the 22nd duy of November, 1922, at ! in o'clock A. M. or as soon thereafter as the same may be heard, be and the same is hereby appointed for hearing said petition in the court room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, Territory of Hawaii. Dated the 19th day of October, 1922. BY THE COURT: MANUEL ASUE. Clerk. (Seal of Court) ENOS VINCENT, Attorney for Petitioner. (Oct. 20. 27, Nov. 3, 10.) Paia Hawaiian Protestant Church Rev. Moses M. Kahiapo, Tastor. , Junior Christian Endeavor 9:0C to 10:00. ! Sunday school 10:00 to 11:00. Service 11:00 to 12:00. Christian Endeavor senior 1:00 to 2:00 p. m. Every Wednesday church meeting , 7:30 to 8:00. Every Friday church meeting 7:30 to 8:00. The Community Church, Lahalns W. A. Tate Ph. D. Minister. Series held In Baldwin Kindergar ten the second and fourth Sunday In the month. Bible School at 10 A. M. plantation time. You are cordially invited to attend these services. P. O. Box 86 Phone 135 Office Hours: Sundays 8 to 12 A. M. 8 to 12 A. 7 to 8:30 P. M. DR. H. K. TATEKAWA, 0. D. Office in the Home Supply Co., building Kahului. SERVICES IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES St. Anthony's Church Rev. Father Justin, Pastor. Masses 8 and 10 a. m. Our Lady of Victory Church Rev. Father Bruno. Masses 8 and 10 a. m. -tt- $250 A Week Is Cheap In Washington Hotels SYDNEY, N. S. W. Senator Pearce ' attended the Washington Limitation of Armaments Conference as Austra lian representative. Upon his return he presented a bill of expenses amounting to approximately $42,500. Some senators thought this was high, but the commonwealth Treasurer, Mr. Bruce, came forward as one with ex perience of hotel bills in the United States, and declared one could not live in a Washinglon hotel for $250 a week unless one had no meals. VHEN YOU SAVE POWER YOU BANK MONEY Saving power is cutting down fuel expense and banking the money that extra fuel costs. If you would lower overhead make a careful check of where power is escaping. There is a Johns-Man-ville power conservation product for every point where power escapes. Make sure your next or der specifies Johns-Manville gaskets, packings, in sulators, boilers cements and full list on request. Honolulu Iron Works Co. Sole Agents in Hawaii for Johns-Manville Power Specialties MATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN HONOLULU, HILO AND SAN FRANCISCO For San Francisco: WILHELMINA November 8, 4 p. ni., Fier 15 MATSONIA November 15, 10 a. m., Pier 15 MAN OA November 22, 10, a. m., Pier 15 For particular apply to CASTLE & COOKE, LTD. AGENTS, HONOLULU FORT AND MERCHANT STS. Wailuku Lehua troop added two new mem- i bers to its roll Friday evening at the Kanda Home. Kikuyo Matsumoto and Midori Matsumoto of the Carna ' tion Troop, Spreckelsville. Both girls jare second class scouts and will be I valuable assets to the Wailuku troop. I The evening was spent practicing songs and passing tests. This is an ! industrious group and will soon all ! be second class scouts, j Ginger troop is almost through with I the tenderfoot work and Captain Wil liams hopes to have several girls ready for the presentation of pins next week. A play is to be given Friday, November 3, at the Settle ment Gymnasium for the benefit of this troop. Don't miss it. ! Kahului ! Captain Wicke has re-registered her troop. Eleven girls are enrolled and j seven new ones are working hard to j become scouts. I The practice for the entertainment November 18 is taking all the spare j time and then some. Watch these i columns for further notices. M ICHELIN Makes Only One Quality of TIRES Buy the Best Tires Built by the World's Oldest Tire Manufacturer at These PRICES Haiku The director presented 15 girls with 1 their tenderfoot pins last Monday afternoon. This is a regular troop now. Captain Leandro has registered i her girls and they will be known as ! Troop 14, Maui. Much credit and praise is due this troop and their cap-1 tain for their good work. At this meeting they planned to visit the Pakaluna troop at Maunaqlu Seminary. We will no doubt hear more about it in next week's columns. i Waihee Captain Wicke of the Roselani troop introduced Captain Wadsworth to the "Maile" troop Monday after noon as the director was in Haiku. From all reports it was a very suc cessful meeting and we feel quite cer tain that the Waihee scouts are going to like their new leader and do ex cellent work under her direction. Captain Wadsworth feels she is going to like her girls immensely. We thank Mrs. Wicke for helping us and doing her "good turn" so graciously and well. 30x3 Vi 32x3 12 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 32x42 Miehelin Michelin Reg. Cords Red Tubes $12.75 $2.70 f 18.90 2.90 r 15.50 3.45 22.50 3.70 23.35 3.85 24.15 4.00 26.45 4.75 Kahului Store KAHULUI. MAUI, T. H. Paia For the Bougainvillea troop, Cap tain Brooks and Lieutenant Tilley gave a delightful Hallowe'en party, Tuesday afternoon in Captain Brooks' schoolroom. The witches, cats, and goblins held sway and glared at one from all corners of the darkened room. Lighted Jack O'lanterns cast weird shadows on the walls and add ed to the atmosphere of Hallowe'en. A witch passed out Hallowe'en caps which were worn by the guests dur ing the afternoon. An interesting pro gram was given consisting of dances, songs and two delightful piano solo's by Miss Huusicker of the l'aia school. Delicious sandwiches and lemonade were served and added to the joy of the inner man. The troop thanks Mrs. Foster lor loaning them the Hallowe'en decora tions and all others who assisted them in making their party such a great success. It is these little diversions that sends us back to work with a better i spirit. All nature seeks a balance. You'll Be Glad to Know that for the convenience of our Maui customers, the Home of Linens is sending representatives with a most interesting assortment of merchandise. They will be at the GRAND HOTEL, WAILUKU NOV. 6th TO NOV. 11th Be sure to see the splendid assortment they are bringing to Maui. Whether you wish to purchase or not, you are welcome. PIECE GOODS Mr. L. P. Correa will have charge of the display of silks, woolens, wash fabrics and linens. He is considered an expert judge of these lines. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to select materials for your Autumn wardrobe and your Thanksgiving table. WOMEN'S APPAREL Miss L. Lufsky who has recently come from the Mainland, will have charge of this display. The latest whims of Fashion will be there for your choosing in evening gowns, afternoon dresses, sports wear and intimate garments. Be sure to see them. CORSETS Miss Lufsky is a trained corsetier. To be fitted by her is to know the satisfaction of a comfortable and modish corset. Let her suggest the correct model for you. Remember the place, Grand Hotel, Wailuku Remember the dates, Nov. 6 to 11 Phone for Evening Appointments Home of Linens, Limited HONOLULU