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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY DEO. 3, 1918
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A CAMOUFLAGE 11ATH1NG PARTY
Thanksgiving Day wns fittingly ob
served by Mr. and Mrs. Cheatham,
Mr. and Mrs. Israel, Mr. and Mrs.
Livesy, Mrs. Sholhamor nnd young
peoplo of their families at tho Niu
malu homo of tho Chcathams, last
Thursday. Tho guests wore Mr. and
Mrs. Uowen, Mrs. Meslck and Dolly
and Tiny Rochtlahl. A camouflage)
bathing party was ono of tho attract
ions of tho day.
Tho Knpaa school Is outfitted with
a domestic science kitchen with a
capacity for preparing and serving
300 lunches daily. Tho children aro
waiting for the same in eager expect
ancy. Hut the model kitchen stnnils
thero Idle, for many weeks' now be
cause a fow dishes and culinary ap
pliances aro not forthcoming, just
why, we have not been ablo to learn.
Tho Ilanamaulu school teachers and
children, to the numbor of 300 and
over, spent Arbor Day In planting
trees In tho grounds of tho new com
munity hall, which is being built.
Tho muster roll of tho Kauai teach
ers now runs to 149 all but four wore
in attendance at tho convention on
W. A. Louisson representing Jos.
Schwartz, Ltd., arrived this morning,
and will visit tho various communi
ties of the Island.
M. Hocha, salesman for T. II. Davies
& Co., is touring tho Island in-tho In
terest of his firm.
D. L. Austin of Davies & Co., is on
Mrs. Cheatham was hostess at a
picnic luncheon at her homo last
Friday noon. Her guests included
Mrs. Shelhamer, Mrs. Rohondahl, Mrs.
Livesy and an even half dozen school
inarms who wore attending tho con
vention. Water supervisor Hardy has been
to tho top of Waialoale no less than
18 times, and with tho exception of
onco or twice, entiroly alone. On
only ono of those occasions has he
been fortunate enough to strike clear
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Hyde Rico gave
a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, tho
like of which has seldom been seen
on this Island. Somo thirty-six guests
sat down to a most delicious dinner,
sultablo for tho occasion. Tho sur
roundings wcro as delightful 'as the
dinner, slnco it was an al fresco ban
quot in tho, pavilion of tho Halo Nanl
tennis court.. Everyone was moro
than pleased with tho affair.
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ards of the best usage. Another mat
ter that ho advocated was tho aband
onment of tho spelling book, and of
formal grammar. Ho begged that a
commlttco bo appointed to gather
up tho spelling books, and Kimball's
grammar to which somo ono added
tho Golden Treasury reader and
make a good bonfire of them In tho
public park. They were a detriment
to tho causo of education. This prop
osition tho audience heartily approved
as was shown by their generous ap
plause. Mr. Lydgatc, as. an Interested visi
tor, begged tho favor of a few words
of dissent. First ho wished to disBcnt
from tho implication that tho teachers
had not been doing their duty in tho
matter of teaching English, or that
they had failed to emphasize tho im
portance of it. He was satisfied that
they had spared no effort in this
direction, and that thoy deserved a
word of encouragement and apprecia
tion. He also begged to dissent from
tho last speaker in regard to high
brow English. What we want for
every day life is colloquial English,
and tho fault ho had to find withtho
English of many of the school grail
utes was just that pedantic highbrow
quality. For an example, "I am tho
personality appertaining to number
112," instead of simply "number 112."
Mrs. Burke, thought that tho ori
entals found It very difficult to handle
English as we do, because their meth
od of thinking is different. Their
Celebrate- our great vidtory by mak
ing appropriate Christmas gifts to your
family and friends.
Our display of Holiday Goods is
most complete and you will be sure to find
something appropriate for everyone you
wish to remember.
lino of thought seemed to bo moro In
direct and Involved than ours, nnd this
is reflected In their speech, In thu use
of their own language, ns woll as In
tho ubo of ours.
Miss Payne of Wailua, deplored tho
existence of Japanese schools in every
district. They took tho time, and
sapped tho strength and distracted
tho attention of tho children, bo that
many of them weren't much good in
tho public school. This is a part of
America nnd our education should bo
thoroughly American. Theso Japan
ese schools aro a constant back-pros-suro
against Americanism nnd they
should bo dono away with.
Mr. Huber craved a final word. Ho
emphasized tho Importance of always
using good English. Avoid "pidgin"
talk of any kind. Avoid slang, avoid
slovenly ungrammatical language.
Talk as you would talk If you know It
was all to be reported and printed. In
this way your children will havo tho
constant influence of n good examplo
which will bo of moro value to them '
than ' formal teaching.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIFTH
Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of tho Estato of
Lawrcnco J. Mundon, lato of Kapaa,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by tho under
signed Administratrix of tho Estato
of Lawrence J. Mundon, deceased, to
all persons having claims against
said decedent or his estato to present
tho same, duly authenticated, and
with proper vouchors, if any exist, to
tho undersigned Administratrix, at hor
homo in Kapaa, whether such claims
be secured or unsecured within six
(G) months from Dec. 3, 1918 (the
date of tho first publication of this
notice) or they will be forever bancd.
Dated this 3rd day of Dec. A. D.
MRS. LAIIAPA MUNDON,
Administratrix of tho Estato of
Lawrence 0". Mundon, deceased.
P. O. Address: Kapaa, Kauai.
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