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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1922.
THREE With Maui's A GEORGIA CAPTAIN Captain I. Asked to name the best captain I know, I should unhesitating ly say, Mrs. Paul Whitney of Georgia. She began her Scout career five years ago, at the demand of two nieces who wanted to start a Scout troop. The original troop have all grown up and scattered, and younger girls have sup plied their places. The troop has steadily increased till last summer there were nearly seventy members. It was so much too big that Mrs. Whitney divided it into four troops, keeping one herself anl find 'tig new captains and lieutenants for the other three. PIANOS NEED ATTENTION from time to time If one is to have enjoyment and pleasure from them. I arrived on Maui last week on my regular tuning trip and am prepared to care for your piano or player in every way. Phone or write me at Wailuku Hotel for appointments. I have for sale a GULBRANSEN PLAYER PIANO at a price that will interest you. ERNST GIESECKE ANNUAL BAZAAR Women's Guild of the Church of the Good Shepherd TERRITORIAL BUILDING Saturday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 P. M. Musical Program, Sale of Fancy Work, Candy, Deli catessen, Lemonade and Novelties for the Children. DANCING Admission: Including Dance : : Adults, 50 Cents Children under 12 years, 10 Cents CXSXXXXXSXXXXXXXXXX The Girl Scouts mm. wimney Deiongs to one ol the first families of Georgia. She was educated at historic Lucy Cobb (Ath- ens, ua.; ana ai Hoinns College, Va. nne is Dareiy nve teet tall and tinier indeed than many or her scouts with sort, wavy, brown hair and snap ping brown eyes. Though only twenty-six years old, she has been an ac tive club woman for several years, and her experience in club work has given her poise. She has an "old head on young shoulders" showing remarkable Judgment in handling per plexing situations. She can be very diplomatic, but her usual method Is to act directly, quickly and decisive- Stuidebaker Cowl lights; Cowl ventilator; massive headlamps; tonneau light with long extension cord; rain-proof, onepiece windshield; windshield wiper; 8-day clock; thief-proof transmission lock; tool compartment in left front door. Pond Company, DISTRIBUTORS FOR HAWAII HONOLULU ly; to think out a course r action and then cany it through. Her marked characteristics are executive ability (she has been from childhood the nat ural leader of any group she is in) nnil a nnrfopt cnl f.Q ucn t-n nno u-ttlinilt aggressiveness an assurance based on her position .her influence, and her knowledge that she has the ability to carry tilings through. Her girls are devoted to her. One of the most recent things she has done lor them is to secure a cabin just out of town which is being fitted Up for a Scout. House. For four years it has fallen to her to run the summer camps, practically single handed at first tor her own ; troop only, but for the last two years for all the troops In the city, time the camp has paid for r,acn itself, Her genius for organization has par ticularly manifested itself here every detail from planning the meals to planning the program, buying supplies nnd disciplining t lie camp has been under her efficient management. AlthnllE-h a LnnH trnnn lea.ler her a good troop leader greatest achievement has been in in " -- i- - - teresting the community to back the Scout, work. The organization of the Local Council was entirely due to her. and she did much of the actual work of organization. Her attitude is never personal as I frequently find it in older women but quite without thought ot herself she works lor the good or the girls and for the develop ment of the organization. SCOUT ACTIVITIES Kahului Don't forget the "Health Pageant" and dance given by the Roselani troop. Saturday, November 18, 1922, at. the Community House at 8:00 o'clock. Haiku We are in receipt of a letter from i I nit? i-itiisy i i uop I 1 1. i ... ! rr November 7, 1922. My dear Miss Seibert: ; Just a short note to let you know ' that we scouts of the Daisy Troop had a lovely time with the Pakalana ! Troop. We Scouts had two cars to carry us to our journey. On our way we sang scouts songs, as well as other songs. We arrived quite early and had to wait a little while. Misa Violent, the captain of the Pakalana troop, came to meet us. We attended their meeting and after the meeting we had games, and didn't get nome tin t:di i ji. ioveiv nice we had. I must and shall never forget both troops, the Pakalana as well as I the Cup of Gold. We also had some Records and Reasons Ride in a Studebaker Special Six better still, sit behind the steering wheel and drive it yourself; in less than 5 minutes you will understand one of the several reasons why Studebaker sales have established a record in Hono lulu, in Hawaii and throughout America this year. Quiet power, quiet beauty, sure and undisputed; simplic ity and ease of operation; quality of material in short, it delivers just about everything you can ask of a motor car. You may pay more for a car but it is impossible to get finer materials or better craftsmanship than are used by Studebaker. In Hawaii, as elsewhere, it is noticeable that business and professional men and their families more and more are driving Special Sixes. Reliability, comfort, good appearance and economy in maintenance are perhaps the outstanding reasons for this rapidly growing popu larity. Special SIX Honolulu Cash Prices 5 per cent additional on terms 5-pass Touring $1635 Roadster (2-pass.) 1605 Roadster (4-pass.) 1635 Coupe 2345 Sedan 2520 fudge. We all enjoyed ourselves anil we thank Miss Leandro, our dear cap tain, who has shown so much interest with us girls. We are proud of Miss Leandro, our captain, don't you think so Miss Seibert: I guess I will close with best alohas to you. From the Daisv Troop. HATTIE DAVIS. Wailuku Lehua Troop, Wailuku, Maui, November, 1922 Dear Miss Seibert: We were very glad to have you! come to our meeting. Our meeting j was held at the Wailuku Japanese ! Girl's Home. The meeting was opened about 7:30 o'clock in the night. Nearly every member was tiresent. hut ex cept Hama Watanabe was absent. Our opening exercise was held as usual. It was led by Tsuneyo Kurio. Busl- ness meeting came into order. Our; Captain Miss Crockett announced to I us that the Carnation troon are soine! . ... .... " ..., ' i u juviicr u.-. itrrMn a tr iMvnntru. mm we are going to learn semaphor code. , Nearly every member are working for their Merit Badges. After the meet ing was adjourned we played Poison Game. We had our closing exercise. Your loving scout, OMASA HAHAMOTO. Ginger Troop: These scouts invited the Roselani scouts (Kahului) to be their guests last Monday evening at their present-! ation ceremony. The folliwng girls j received their tenderfoot pins: Rosa-1 lie Abreu, Bella Pom ha, Allie Medei-j ros, Hilda Medeiros, Blanche Garcia, ; Cyrilla Garcia, Lisa Dickens, Helen 1 Quelo, Helen Doong Hoong, Annie Rego, Ethel Bento. I Congratulations, girls! We welcome ; you to tlle organization or Maui Girl Scouts. After the ceremony games were played until Captain Williams and Lieutenant Whitehead announced that it was time to eat sandwiches, fried cakes and hot chocolate soon disap peared. After a few songs and a dance or two the Settlement cars conveyed the visitors back to Kahului. Waihee , Waihee. Maul, Nov. 14, 1922. Dear Miss Seibert: ! The Maile Troop meets regularly at me wainee scnooi on ftionuay at z:io. A song was composed by Mrs. Wads - worth for the Maile Troop. She was 'very kind to do it and we are very laiMirtiVirawwl 1 4 Ltd thankful. The tune of the song is "Auld Lanu Syne" and these are the words : Our Ma ile Troop is goln to work And show what it can do. So tell the world about our troop; They'll want a join it too. We're going to do the sort ol things That all girls want to do And make the world a bit more bright. Because we're Girl Scouts, too. Yours truly, C EC I LIE TESHIMA. Spreckelsville The third meeting of the Carnation tioop was held last Tuesday afternoon last Wednesday. Sixteen girls, Cap- tain Deinert and Miss Seibert were present. Miss Young has resigned and we are very sorry to lose her. A party is being planned which sounds very interesting indeed. We will tell you more about it next week. paja . . ., . r. ......n.. , goou niee. ill Ol I lie liuugaui woe troop was held last Thesday afternoon at the school house. The girls are working hard on their various tests. Some on tenderfoot, others on second class and the majority on list class work as this is one of our old troops. A hike is planned to Maunaolu Seminary in the near future to make these scouts a friendly call. Lahaina First aid and life saving tests are keeping the Wild Rose and Star of Bethlehem troops extremely busy these days. A letter received from a former Lahaina scout was just receiv ed. 2128 Oahu Avenue, Honolulu, Nov. 13, 1922. Dear Miss Seibert: I I am tlie girl scout who was in the "Star of Bethlehem" Troop of Lahai j na during the spring of 1921. 1 have ' passed the tenderfoot test and I have ! registered and paid for the tenderfoot I pin. Unfortunately school closed be- fore I received it, and since I have come to the City Normal School I : haven't heard anything about it. So j will you please send me a stateintiit I of my passing the tenderfoot test? 1 ! am sure that Miss Van Keuran has had t lie list of girl scouts who had passed the tests and sent them to ;.ou. i I am still interested in the activities of the Girl Scouts so 1 have joined the Pansy Troop 5. I am working for i mj. seC0nd class test and I am very ' ; nil,ri, iniprestVil in it I i jjav j i10)e i,e Kreat success of my jsister scouls over in Maui. Yours truly. (MISS) CHIF.NO YAM DA. -n- Tourist Bureau Will Not Hold November Meeting In Wailuku Members of the Hawaii Tourist Bureau wi!l not come to Maui to hold their November meeting as had been pla.ined. A wireless message receiv ed by the secretary of the Maui Chamber of Commerce Monday said the plan had been given up. The decision relative to the meet ing follows a considerable amount of correspondence on the subject which was originally taken up when Secre tary Gray was in Honolulu in Septem ber. Then It was planned for the members of the bureau to be on Maul for several days. Later correspond ence from Secretary George Armitage ol' the Tourist itureau proposed that tlie party come over on the Manoa leaving Honolulu on Thursday night and reach Maui next Friday morning. He asked for a meeting on Friday morning. The original plan had been for a joint meeting of tlie Bureau and the Chamber. Secretary Armitage was informed that it would be difficult to get any considerable number of Chamber members together on a mail day morning and there was mail in and out thai day. Later he wrote that the idea was for the Bureau to hoHd its own meeting here. The corres pondence was before the Chamber at its last meeting and Gray wrote to Armitage immediately alter the meet ing going further into the situation, saying Maui would be glad to wel come the members of the bureau but that no general meeting with them could be planned for tlie morning in question though he would do all he cou'd to get a number of representa tive citizens there if advised as to the hour ol' the meeting. The wireless was the answer to his letter. In Competent Hands "I will admit I haven't always lived as I should, but I do love your daugh ter sincerely and if ever I should make her unhappy, I hope I will be made to suffer for it." "Don't let that worry you; she'll at tend to that." Ttt-Bits (London.) ORDINANCE NO. 60 AN ORDINANCE FOR THE PRO TECTION OF TREES, PLANTS, AND SHRUBS, PLANTED ALONG PUBLIC HIGHWAYS, OR IN PUB LIC PARKS OF THE COUNTY OF MAUI. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUN TY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, That, Section 1. Whoever shall wilfully, maliciously, or negligently mutilate, cut down, dig up, burn, or otherwise injure any shade or ornamental tree, or other ornamental plant or shrub, growing on any public highway or in any public park of the County of Maui, unless the same is authorized by the Board of Supervisors of this County or those acting under its au thority, or by other persons by law duly authorized, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon convic tion thereof may be punished by a fine not less than the sum of Ten ($10.00) Dollars nor more than Fitly ($50.00) Dollars, together with the costs of court, and in default of the payment of such fine shall be imprisoned until such fine and costs shall be discharg ed in the manner and form provided by the general laws of the Territory of Hawaii. i Section 2. This Ordinance shall be- come effective from and after Hie 1st day of December, 1!C'2. Hoard of Supervisors Within and for the County of Maui. Seal By S. K. KALAMA, Chairman and Executive Officer. Attest: WM. FRED KAAE. Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors Within and for the County of Maui. I hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance upon consideration had and vote taken, was passed by the Board of Supervisors ot the County of Maui, on the 10th day of November. 1!22, at the regular meeting of said Board, and that on the Kith day ol November. 1922. a tiU' copy thereot wa-t posted upon a bulletin board in front of the loom occupied by the Board ol Super visors, and that a true copy thereof was published one time in the Maui News and Valley Isle Chronicle, news papers of uoneral circulation publish ed at Wailuku. Maui. Territory of Ha waii, said publication being made on the 14th and loth day of November. 1922. WM. FRED KAAK, County Clerk and Clerk of the Board of Supenisors for the County of Maui. (Nov. 14.) BctfcrLujlitiiujBrincjs i I T . T licit decisions. Don t Wame the shop per fur hesitating. 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