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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TtJE8fA, OCT. 12. 1920
Save Your Clothing
ECONOMY demands that tho expensive shirt, the fine gown
or the suit be lamHleml, cleaned or dyed only by
Til E METHOD EXQUISITE
and DYKING AND CLEANING WORKS
J. ABADIE, Prop. Honolulu
(Send the package by Parcels Post)
Is Happinee Worth Much?
When we stop to
think we know It
is the one thing
of true value.
ANYTHING callable nl' ciHiliibiiliuj: to 1 lie sum of domestic
happiness should be seized upon and used.
Your hath room should afford a lot of happiness provided
it is equipped with a Pembroke I'uilt in tub. No dirt or
moisture can collect behind or underneath a Pembroke.
Honolulu. Iron Works Co.
Wholesale Distributors, Honolulu.
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Dealers in General Merchandise
American Factors Paints
I AmFac Red Label Coffee
Yale Locks & Hardware
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Y. W. C. A. NOTES
The community social at Koloa, to
bo given on the evening of October
13th, in being Bplendidly fostered by
the following committee of Koloa's
representative women: Mrs. Aka, Mrs.
Blake, Miss Kanaumanu, Miss Tashl
ma and Miss Makau. The program is
to include music, both vocal and or
chestral, athletic stunts by the boys
under Mr. Greenly, a number of the
Girl Reserves under Miss Soule'a dir
ection, and some general sings, after
which tho seats will be cleared from
the floor to make room for frolic in
tho shape of group games.
Tho evening's fun will close with
a grand march and the Virginia ree.
The same kind of social is to be
given in Waimea, October 20th, at the
Y. M. C. A. hall. The committee ab
etting the same number the following
enthusiastic ladies: Mrs. Wright, Mrs.
Albao, Mrs. Chong, Mrs. Cox, Mrs.
Crowell, Mrs. Chang You, Mrs. Nasu.
Included in the musical numbers will
bo a vocal solo by Mrs. Wright.
Through the energy of Mrs. Mun
don of Kapaa, a meeting of the Ha
waiian school teachers of that place
is to be held Thursday afternoon of
this week, with the thought of organ-
zing a Hawaiian club. The meeting
will be held in the hall on the Hawaii
an church grounds.
Miss Wilcox and Miss Mabel Wilcox
entertained the Helping Hand club
last Thursday evening. Mrs. Grand
homme has invited the club for Nov-
ember. In the meantime the girls
are busy at their Christmas program,
practicing weekly in the church.
Tho various Y. W. clubs are engaged
In exciting rivalry these days. Why?
Our financial drive is on, you know,
and they want to co-perate both in
giving and soliciting.
First she offers you our folder,
And thus hopes to grow some bolder
In her quest for funds.
Next, with smile. Ingratiating,
She begins expatiating
About those funds.
And with serious mien you wonder.
And then begin to ponder
About those funds.
Then you say with smile and pep
Yes, of course I'll write a check
For those funds."
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu. f
No one should fail to see the pictures
and hear at least some of the Better
America illustrated lecures by Dr.
Newell Dwight Hillis that wiil be
shown around Kauai this month. The
Y and American Legion will cooperate
in getting these lectures bel'ora the
public' Several welfare workers have
alKO agreed to use the lectures on the
plantations. The Beries consists of
ten lectures covering the following
subjects: How Ability Increases the
Worker's Wage and the Nation's
Wealth; The Loyal Classes Who Build
the State and the Enemies Who Under
mine It; Sanctity of Property; Why
There is No Excuse for Poverty in the
United States; How Bolshevism Ruin
ed Russia; Is Socialism the Perpetual
Motion Machine Converted Into Eco
nomics? What Our pathers Paid for
the Liberties of the Republic; Tho Re
public as a Golden Mean Autocracy
and Democracy; False Views of Equal
ity as Incitements to Social Revolu
tion; The Gains of the Common People
During the last 100 Years and Plans
for a better Republic.
The exact schedule for Kauai is not
ready for publication, but due public
ity will be given in the various centers
as soon as possible. As these lectures
have been applied for by the Y. M. C.
A. and the Legion in Honolulu, it will
be necessary to use them as fast as
possible while we have them on Kauai.
Their use in the islands is limited to
KAUAI BOY SCOUTS
Scout Commissioner Karner made
a trip to Waimea last Thursday ni?ht
and gave a talk on scouting, illustrat
ed with lantern slides, to the boys of
that village. A Waimea trpop is to be
formed in the near future.
The scouts of Kauai have received
an ollicial invitation to participate in
the exercises at Waipouli on Armi
stice Day, both in sports and on police
duty. Some inter-troop contests in
scoutcraft will be arranged and all
scouts should begin some special
practice in fire-making, first aid and
signaling for prizes that day.
Next Friday night scout pictures will
be thrown on the screen at the regular
high school troop meeting In the
armory. The high school scouts are
planning a hike for Saturday of this
week. Every Bcout of this troop
should bo out at the Friday night
P. O. Box G
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