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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, May 04, 1920, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAY 4, 1920
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Dr. John Qulncy Adams of Auburn
Theological Seminary preached at Li
hue Union church last Sunday to a
congregation representing tfe Union,
Hawaiian and Filipino churches. The
preacher reiterated the salient feat
ures of the centennial and their signi
ficance. He commended especially
the motives of the early missionaries
in obeying the divine commission toj
go Into all the world. . The blessings
of enlightenment and prosperity en
joyed in Hawaii today are a result of
those unselfish motives. The speaker
then addressed the point that the
needs of the world are just as great
and the call to unselfish service just
as urgent. Miss Wilson sang an Im
pressive solo and a male quartette led
by Mr. Bayless furnished an equally
pleasing vocal numer.
Dr. Adams spoke also In the Tip Top
Theater Monday evening on the sub
ject "The Americanism That is Need
ed Today." The auditorium was well
filled with representative Lihue peo
ple. A chorus of school girls, direct
ed by Miss Paine, led the siging of the
Star Spangled Banner and the nation
al hymn. Dr. Adams spoke quietly, In
a class-room style, but with great
clearness and ferver. The points of
emphasis were grouped around the
proposition that America spells oppor
tunity today as truly as in the days of
the founders; that, notwithstanding
the current notion that extravagance
and general unrst characterizes the
times, still there Is an under-current
of fundamental principles In the na
tional mind that Indicates an upward
trend. Among the lessons taught by
the Kvar one of the most conspicuous
is a sense of the Inadequacy of certain
things formally held essential to na
tional well- being, Buch as great
wealth, education . and material pre
paredness. What of the church?
Had it also failed? In so far as it
was an human Institution it has ex
hibited human weaknesses but the
idea that the church had failed was
contradicted by the nation making Its
appeal to the church for aid In the va
rious enterprises of carrying on the
war. This proved faith in the general
morale built by the church through
the passing years.
The lessons now receiving new em
phasis are (1) The value of personal
character. It was-- not the gun but
the man behind the gun" that won
the war. Applause) (2) Necessity of
reverence and obedience to law. "We
have been- growing a nation of law
breakers". No individual has a right
to. claim' .the," Privileges of citizenship
who does not Bhare the -duties and "res
ponsibilities of a citizen. (3) Faith
and confidence in our national govern
ment; not in particular men but in
the institution of government. Dr.
Adams concluded with an appeal to
take Christ and his teachings serious
ly if we would preserve our national
life. It Is either "Christ or chaos."
LIHUE UNION SUNDAY
v . SCHOOL PICNIC
Last Friday afternoon and evening
witnessed a. pretty scene on the lawn
at Papalinahoa when approximately
one hundred members and friends of
Lihue Union Sunday School gathered
for a frolic and picnic supper on the
beach. The weather was just right
and so was everything else. There
were games for everybody; indoor
baseball and relay races for men and
boys, volley ball for the women, with
various playground gaffles for the
girls and little tots.
When the evening shadows began
to steal over the green (as the story
books say)t a cheerful glow appeared
on the beach and soon the fragrance
of froasting "wieners" prepared by the
keen appetites for the good things to
Ohboy! think of It! "Hot-dogs"
and sandwiches a-plenty, and baked
beans and coffee and cake and Ice
cream cones three times around, and
then some regular ice cream too,
mind you! That was the bill of fare
and you got everything. Thank you
Then, after that, as everybody
needed to keep quiet anyhow, Mr.
Warner called the meeting to order
and announced that there would be a
short business meeting. After sing
ing the doxology, Kev. Mr. Bayless
Introduced Dr. Adams, of New York,
who made a brief speech that was
very helpful. The following officers
of the school were then elected by
aclamation: Organist, Theima Hop
per; secretary-treasurer, May Wede
meyer; librarian, Glen Hopper.
The business meeting was then in
formally adjourned. More gemes were
played by the light of the big moon
and the glowing bon fire.
"Were you there? Null said; if
not you'd better join our Sunday
SOCIAL DANCE AT HANAMAULU
A most pleasant affair was the social
dance held at Hanamaulu last Satur
day evening, and was enjoyed by a
number of young folks, and those who
feel young, from different parts of the
Island. Very excellent music was
furnished by the Lihue Band orchestra.
What Do You Want
Till TRUE PSYCHOLOGY OF BUSIXESS IS
to make coe WANT what you WANT them to WANT
TO SUPPLY THAT WAXT
We WANT you to WANT what we WANT you to WANT,
because we don't WANT you to WANT for the WANT of it
WE WANT YOU TO HAVE IT.
We can supply more actual
than any other store on Kauai.
is Synonymous with
YOU NEED WANT FOR NOTHING
you WANT if you shop at
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Waimea, Kauai, T. H.
We tit, prescribe and grind,
nny and every style, of EYE
GLASS made, and we spe
cialize in the famous
If you are in need of glasses
consult Dr. Glover, Lihue
Hotel May 7 and 8th.
Sanford Optical Co.
20G Boston Bid. Honolulu
THE METHOD EXQUISITE .
The French Method of Renovating Clothing has for
hundreds of years stood without a rival.
To be reminded of this may we suggest that, inndame send the fine
gown or lingerie or the expensive shirt of suit of monsieur for our
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The edge is nearer the floor bo the kiddies can climb in and
out of it easily without danger of falling.
It's built into the floor and walls. No dirt or moisture can
get behind or underneath it.
Specify "Pembroke Built-in Baths."
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