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J. 0. Warner Addresses
Student Teachers at
Territorial Summer School
HONOLULU, July 14 Jay O. War
ner, executive secretary of the Young
Men's Christian association on the Is
land of Kauai, addressed the student
teachers of the Territorial Summer
school this morning at McKinley High
school on "Orgnlzatlon of Rural Com
"In the meaning of the word as we
know It In other parts of the world
there is no such thing as community
life In Hawaii," he said. We have
hero what might be termed organized
Industrial life, with the American doll
lar as the common denominator, but
community life is something that is
not, but also something for which we
are striving. Our people, coming from
all parts of the globe, and the children
principally born of alien parents, are
like a lot of specimens in a bag. It is
In the hope of bringing all together
In a community spirit, with common
Ideas, customs and ideals, that the
Y. M. C. A. is supplementing the work
of the church and the public school in
Warner dwelt at some length on
the persistant adherence to their na
tive customs 9f those who have come
here from foreign lands, and he men
tioned the luau of the Hawaiians, not
foreign, he said", but not conducive to
the acquisition of American manners.
"Tell me what" you eat and I'll tell
you what you are is not barren of
meaning here." he said. "Around the
tablewe learn much of our ways and
our customs. It was said of the Jews
that when two or more sat down to
eat together they henceforth were
friends. To a large extent that is so
with us. I believe that community
banquets, served with white table
cloths and American style, with a
progrm of music and appropriate
speeches at the close, will be a great
step ahead in our Americanism work."
Warner went on to explain the work
of the Y. M. C. A. in community work
on the island of Kauai, telling of the
success that had so far been acquired
along this line.
In the early part of this afternoon
a large group of teachers visited the
United States agricultural experiment
station in Makiki and at 4 o'clock they
will make an industrial tour through
the Hawaiian Trust Company's insti
tution. Tomorrow morning Miss Alice Judd
will address the assembly on "The
work of the Girl Scouts."
Workof Dr. Judd
France today rewarded Dr. James
Robert Judd of Honolulu for ser
vces rendered that nation during the
world war, says the Star-Bulletin of
In the presence of Governor Charles
.1. McCarthy, three brother officers
and immediate members of the prom
inent old Hawaiian family. Doctor
Judd received from the hands of Dr.
Augustus Marques, consul for France,
the decoration of the legion of honor,
one of the most coveted and most
difficult to obtain of all foreign orders.
The ceremony took place in the
governor's chambers at 10 oclock.
Aside from the governor, the French
consul and the recipient of the dec
oration, those present were Ma.
Gen. Charles G. Morton, command
ing the Hawaiian Department, U. S.
A., Col. William Chamberlaine, U. S.
A., chief of staff, and Col. Curtis P.
Iaukea, secretary of Hawaii, the latter
three members of the legion of honor;
Mrs. Agnes H. Judd, Doctor Judd's
mother; Mrs. J. R. Judd, Rev. Henry
P. Judd, Col. Lawrence M. Judd, San-
ford B. Dole, Lieut. Norman Caum, I
Vicor H. Lappe, Dr. E. D. Kilbourne
and Dr. F. F. Hedemann.
PRESENT GAMES TO
CHILDREN OF MAHELONA
The Girls' Charity Club, composed
of several young misses of Lihue, pre
sented the children of the Mahelona
Memorial Hospital with a number of
games last week. On Tuesday after
noon two members of the club visited
the hospital and made the presenta
tion to Miss Hall, nurse in charge.
Accompanying the games was the
, Lihue, Kauai,
July 7, 1920
Dear Miss Hall:
The members of the Girls Charity
Club, Dora Rice, Alice Simpson, Eileen
Carter, Isabel Hogg and Catherine Mo
ragne, present you with these games
for the children of the Samuel Mahe
lona Memorial Hospital.
We thought that they might enjoy;
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