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- ' , THE CURDEN taLAfffi, WESbAf, NOV. 16, 1920
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"A call to prayer for men" baa been
issued from the International Comm
ittee to the Young Men's Christian
Association of North America. This
is an annual observance but special
stress Is laid on this particular time
us fraught with special possibilities
and great perils tor the bovhood and
young manhood of America. Novem
ber 14-20 'will be observed generally
as a "Week of Prayor" by the Asso
ciations. While this special call
reached the local association too late
to permit of a comprehensive program
Kauai Y. M. C. A. will unite in spirit
with this significant movement and
arrange such group meetings as are
Secretary Warner, assisted by Mr.
Greenley and Dr. Waterhouse, has
presented two of the "Better America"
lectures by Dr. Hillis to Koloa aud
iences the last two Sunday evenings.
The first was given at the residence
of Dr. Waterhouse and the Becond In
the' social hall. Both were attended
by appreciative audiences who have
asked for more.
Kekaha plantation has been building
a playground and outdoor gymnasium
under the supervision of Mr. Macdon
aid to be used under the direction of
the Y. M. C. A. It is fitted for
children's use as well as for men,
women' and boys, and Is being wired
for night use as well as day. Mr.
Macdonald and Miss Soule will both
give regular direction to play activ
The officers of the Lihue Y. met
last Friday night to complete arrange
ments for the annual banquet to be
held in Lihue armory on Friday even
ing, November 26. A live, interesting
and profitable program is being pre
pared. While a "crowd" Is notwanted
a large attendance is nevertheless
expected and will be amply provided
for. A similar event will be held the
following evening in the Waimea hall.
There was an attendance of 44
young men at the games In Lihue
armory last Friday night, Including
the scout troop of the high school.
The latter held a busy meeting, adopt
ing the report of the sonstitutlon
committee. If the scouts live up to
the provisions of that document there
will be one faithful and progressive
troop at Lihue to say the least.
The American football game play
ed by the high school boys on Armi
stice Day was a success from the
standpoint of introducing red-blooded
sport to the youth of Kauai. It was
a part of the athletic program for the
high school year that has been out
lined by the Y. Other typically Amerl
can sports are in store for the rest of
tho year that will turn out athletes
that will be a credit not only to
"Kauai High," but to the entire is
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
Last week Elizabeth said to me,
"I wish to goodness you'd let me be.
I won't, I won't, I won't climb this
Do you think on me always to impose
"But you know, Elizabeth dear," I
"This isn't the first time this has oc
curred. You've failed me once or twice before,
And here we've only just passed
Remember we're due in Waimea at
So don't act up dear, but please start
But Elizabeth hath a way of her own,
And when she spoke to me in that
I lost all hope and got out and walked
To the nearest telephone, and talked
With Mr. Hogg, who quick did send,
Someone who Elizabeth's hurt did
Then off we went, and as we mounted
I paid tribute to the strength of Eliza
Miss Soule left for Honolulu Satur
day to attend a conference of the
secretaries of Girl's Work. Miss
Moore, who has charge of the con
ference, may accompany Miss Soule
on her return to Kauai.
The Kapaa girls' club, just organis
ed, has chosen to call Itself the Har
mony Club. It is inter-racial and is
rather novel In another way, in that
it includes both senior pnd junior
members. The officers are: Miss
Fee, president; Mrs. Matsuura, vice
president; Miss Rodriguez, treasurer;
Miss Kimura, secretary.
The Helping Hand Club of Lihue,
had their pictures taken this week.
Some of us who were asked to join
them felt quite puffed up when ar
rayed in the lovely Japanese costumes
provided by the girls.
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