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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY JUNE 6, 1916
MM FOR THE
Note To Teachers
( Co' The program for the Punahou
which inniversary Cekbration has been
Octobeimpletely revised is as follows:
schedu'uesdav, June 20, 1916 Anniver
the ren sarv Dav
April 1 Evening 8:00 o'clock.
the bol Anniversary Exercises
hedlVednesday, June 21. 1916-Pa-
Tllrei gent Dav
be for Afternoon 3:30 o'clock.
furthi Punahou Pageant
riuusday. June 22, 1916- Puua-
DKTE 'lou av
Morning 10:00 - 12:00
( Atli'''l,tin by President and Trustee-
on tb Historic Punahou (lames.
York Noon 12:00
fuga Basket Lunch
r . - r , . 1 1 1 . . . ...... i .
ports, talks and jollification.
""Meeting of all Punahou
iy Acaaeniv uiri
The superintendent of public in
struction has submitted for pub
lication the following notice which
will doubtless prove of interest to
teachers of Kauai:
"All appointments have- been
made by the Department subject
to the condition that all are tenta
tive and no contracts are to be is
sued until after the final grade
examinations are over, when con
tracts shall be issued as soon as
possible, except in cases where
marked inadequacy of the exami
nation results or vitiation of the
rules make it appear best to with
hold action until the next meet
ing of the Commissioners: also ex
cepting all cases where teachers
are to attend .summer school or
take examinations. No teacher
who lias been instructed bv the
Hoard of Examiners to take teach
er's examinations and who fails to
try to do so shall be reappointed."
Military Drill by Cadet Corps
wa, The changes from the original
set program are as follows: The pa
tor geaut is changed from Thursday to
n, Wednesday; Punahou Day from
as Wednesday to Thursday; Jinki
night, alumni night and a Puna
hou parents meeting are entirely
omitted. Alumni night and jinks
nieht will be combined into one
program to 1 e given Thursdav
noon after lunch. It is believed
that the new program will enable
practically everybody fully to join
in the celebration
The Anniversary Exercises to
be held Tuesday eveninc will be a
commemoration program. Judge
Sanford B. Dole will preside.
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham will read
an original poem, William U,
Castle will speak of the historic
foundation of the school and Doc
tor Doremus Scudder, represent
ing the American Board of Foreign
Missions, will bring the message
of the Board, under whose aus
pices the mission was founded.
Professor Chailes M. Gayley of
the University of California and
Professor William Lyon Phelps of
Yale University will deliver ad
dresses, There will b e special
music under the direction of Wal
ter F. Dillingham.
The Punahou Pagent will be
presented on Alexander Field,
Wednesday at 3:00 o'clock. The
book is written bv Ethel M. Da
mon, and illustrated by Jessie C
Shaw, J. May Fraser and James
A. Wilder. The committee in
charge of the presentation consists
of Mary P. Winne, chairman; Mrs.
Isasc M. Cox, Beatrice Castle, G
P. Wilder and Ethel M. Damon
Mr. u. oung corretners is mas
ter of the pageant. In addition
to the book itself which has special
interest and merit the Pageant
will have much music written es
pecial'y for it by Mrs. Walter F
Frear, Margaret E. Clark, Yer
mon E. Tenney, Phillip II. Dodge.
and Mrs. Isaac M. Cox. Rehears
als of the Pageant and music have
been in progress for some time
The Hawaiian episodes in charg
of Mrs. A. P. Taylor w'll be
anions the most striking features
of the Pageant.
The general public is hereby
notified that Mr. I. C. Blair, ex
pert Engineer and Electrician
formerly with Busch-Sulzer Bros,,
Diesel Engine Co., of St. Louis,
Mo., U. S. A., has accepted the
position of Superintendent of the
Island Electric Co., Ltd., of Wai
hiku, Maui, and that said Mr.
Blair began to exercise the func
tions of his office on the 15th
instant. Mr. Blair is a graduate
of the University of California.
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The following have been named
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Cyril O. Smith, director; E. Al
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