Hawaiian Women’s Association, 1940.

BITS OF NEWS FROM HAMAKUA AND KOHALA

Mrs. Reinhardt

The meeting of the Hawaiian Women’s Association [Hui o na Wahine Hawaii] in the reception room of the Honokaa Union Church [Halepule Uniona] in the afternoon of this coming Thursday, at three o’clock in the evening. Considered will be idea of the members helping to make Sweaters, etc. for the Red Cross [Hui Kea Ulaula]. The Pres. of this Club is Mrs. Camela Keliipio Herman, the sister of Isaaka Keliipio of Hilo. The Secretary is Mrs. Victoria Low Braunn, the Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Low of Pepeekeo. The Treasurer is Mrs. Kaulupali. Kahu Abraham Poepoe is the Adviser. The Committee for new works is Mrs. Hattie L. S. Reinhardt. The food preparation Committee is Mrs. Nawai Kekoolani. The Translator [Mahele olelo] is Mrs. Victoria Burke. The work of this club is progressing slowly. The pulling together, the working together, the discussing together, are what will allow the efforts to succeed.

This club meets twice a month. That is the second Thursday and last Thursday of the month.

(Hoku o Hawaii, 10/16/1940, p. 1)

HUNAHUNA MEA HOU HAMAKUA AME KOHALA

Ka Hoku o Hawaii, Volume XXXV, Number 25, Page 1. Okakoba 16, 1940.

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