Most of these Hawaiian women formerly made leis for tourists. Some are housewives doing their bit by cutting and tearing huge strips of many-colored cloth to weave into camouflage nets shown Feb. 9, 1942. Left to right: Rebecca Laanu, Mary Ann Kaeka, Mary Pukul, Rose Spencer, Elizabeth Ahu, Kapualilani Lua. It was Elizabeth Ahu who usually started off the Hawaiian songs in which nearly 200 workers joined .
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