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Article Title: Maui News
Article Date: August 4 1926

Article Description: Personal Mention

Maui Woman Enjoys Trip to Mainland

Article Text:

Personal Mention

J. D. CROSIER was a Friday night arrival at Lahaina and is a guest in the home of MR. and MRS. C. E. S. BURNS.

T. J. DAVIS, manager of the Maui Telephone Co., returned Sunday night from a brief business visit to Honolulu.

MISS REBECCA AKANA of teh Maui Publishing Co. force, returned Sunday night froma two weeks vacation spent with her relatives on Hawaii.

H. K. BRUSS of Pioneer Mill Co. resumed his duties in the office Monday after ten days spent in Honolulu where he went for a throat and nose operation.

J. H. HACKETT was a homecomer to Lahaina on the Friday night Haleakala.

MRS. FRANK ALAMEIDA returned to her home in Lahaina last week following six weeks spent at the summer session of the Normal School.

MISS MABEL ESPINDA, who has been in Wailuku six weeks, returned to her home in Lahaina Sunday evening.

MISS LUCY SEONG has returned to her Lahaina home after attending the summer session of the Normal School.

MR. and MRS. ALTON ROGERS of Lahainaluna have been enjoying the mountain air at Olinda for a few days.

SHERWOOD BLUE of the candy department of the Honolulu Dairymen's Association is a business visitor and is registered at the Grand.

MISS ISABEL SOUZA, who has been the guest of MISSES CARRIE and ALICE MONIZ for the past two weeks, returned to her home in Honolulu last night.

The MISSES WILHELMINA FIELDGROVE and ELAINE PARKER are the house guests of MISS VALMAR PURDY of Paia.

MRS. EDWARD BALDWIN, who was operated upon last week for appendicitis, is making rapid progress towards recovery at Paia Hospital.

MRS. D. S. WADSWORTH will leave the latter part of next week for an extended mainland visit.

MISS PARKER of Honolulu is the guest of MISS VALMAR PURDY of Paia.


Maui Woman Enjoys Trip To Mainland

"The Los Angeles Steamship Company did not advertise half the things they do for you on one of their tours," said MRS. LILLIAN BAL on her return from a trip to the mainland aboard the S. S. City of Los Angeles one week ago last Friday.
MRS. BAL was quite enthusiastic about her trip through Southern California, and gives great credit to FRANK A. WHITE, who piloted the excursionists from the big southern California city down through the southern part of the state and into old Mexico.
"It was a revelation to me," she remarked, "to see the wonderful places we visited and the crowds of hustling Americans who all seemed to have something to do and were in a hurry to do it."
MRS. BAL said that from the moment the Los Angeles left Honolulu until it arrived back again in Hawaiian waters, the shipping company extended every courtesy and more than fulfilled its promise of showing everybody a good time.




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