Indicia title is "DENNIS IN HAWAII".
This comic was reprinted by Hallden at least three times under this number (and more times with new numbers). There likely was a second printing also during the summer of 1958, but with no indication that it was a second printing. The third printing states "3rd Large Printing" on the cover with an indicia date of Summer 1959 and a brand change from Pines Comics to HALLDEN (even though there is still a Pines logo at the bottom of the first story page). The fourth printing states "4th Large Printing" on the cover with a date of Summer 1960; and the fifth printing states "5th Large Printing" on the cover with a date of Summer 1962.
Under the title it states "Oops! Sorry! Dennis Means Oahu (O-Ah-Hoo)".
Shows a list of boys names on one page and girls names on the next, with the translations into Hawaiian next to them, and then a pronunciation next to that.
These names were furnished by the Hawaii Visitors Center in Honolulu.
Contains a description of what happened at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941, when the Japanese attacked.
There's a note on the second to last page that reads "For security reasons, we cannot publish drawings of everything Dennis saw in Pearl Harbor. We hope that some day you, too, can visit this great base of our Pacific Fleet."
This story is presented as a letter Dennis is writing (bad handwriting and all).
Some English words and their translations in Hawaiian, with pronunciations.