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THIS GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, fC. 14, 1920
Mr. Morgan, ofTCapaa Bank, v.as a
speaker at assembly hour last week.
His topic was, of course, on banking.
He gave a brief, but interesting hist
ory ot banking, ami explained some
o the points of modern business.
before last Miss Moore, of
the l.W.C.A., held our attention for
hail ;.u hour in the morning with her
fluuii'.iiit; personality a;id interesting
talk on tne spirit of the present gen
eration ot high school boys and girls.
The girls have organized themselves
into a basketball team, and have Bet
Thursday evening at the armory as
their time and place of meeting. Last
Thursday evening was the first meet
ing nnd there was a better attendance
than was expected, aince the night
was po lit ot my. They met the business
girls of Lihue in a basket ball game,
liein.; the first time that most of them
had played, and everybody else being
out of practice, it was not as good a
nam - ia we hope to play later.
A f port of the school by the prin
cipal to the superintendent has
brought to light many interesting
fact., about ourselves hitherto unob-Bt-rv.;d.
If room permitted wo would
give the various tables of statistics,
but heie is a brief .summary of totals:
There are fil boys and 41 girlE. total
attendance 102. These studvnti come
from nineteen different educational
institutions in the territory. The en
rol h-int. according to years is:
J 'nioro IS
One of the interesting details of
the report is that of the earnings of
our students (luring the summer va
cation. Of the 102 students, S8 re
ported having worked and earned the
sum of $0,535.05, an average of $10S
.1." per working student.
A few weeks ago the domestic
arts c;irls put on exhibition and sale
the mr.ny beautiful and useful pro
ducts of their class. They realized
someihing over $100, which amount
will be expended on furnishings for
the new domestic science building.
Daring the next four new swings
havo been put In the Y.M.C.A. yard
for the use of the kindergarden.
Basket ball practice started with
nineteen trying out for the team. Mr.
Ferrlera will coach basket ball.
Sixteen undernourished children are
being fed at the kitchen on the au
thority of the school nurse. The
weight for their respective ages and
ing S5 per cent ot the children under
weight for three respective uges and
A flower growing contest scorns to
hava started on Arbor Day. Several
classes have started flower beds
about their rooms. They will make an
improvement In the looks ot the
Quite elaborate plans are being
made for a school Xmas tree the day
before the Xmas holidays commence.
All the school will be given a free
lunch of sandwiches, ice cream cones
and cake, candy, and npples will be
given to all, and for each and every
child there will be a present lought
by his teacher with the money made
at the school concert. An entertain
ment in tlu- form of an act from each
room with chorus sfnging will con
stitute the program. It will be held
at 12:30 noon, Dec. 16.
Many Walmea teachers will go to
Honolulu and the mountains for
The kindergarden enrollment, has
hit the sixty mark. Miss Caldwell is
unable to handle any more children
with the present equipment.
During the term the average number
of children fed at the school kitchen
has been between 130 and 180. At the
Xmas tree Miss Fryer will serve lunch
to seven hundred.
We thank the Garden Island for the
space given the school during the term.
We had our Improvement League
meeting on Dec. 1, and the children
enjoyed hearing the minutes of the
last meeting as read by the secretary,
Miwa Pauole. It was decided to have
a community day on Dec. 15, for our
school closing. The Dramatic Club is
practicing very hard on a Christmas
playlet for that day.
The county men are cleaning our
school yard as they do every year.
The ciAinty is also fixing the school
cottage for our kitchen and library.
We are all rejoicing to see the new
garden fence as that ends the dread
of the yearly flood through the middle
of our garden.
Three years ago the honey bees
came to our school cottage from some
where, and we have had honey ever
since. They went into the double
wall of the cottage. The wall la full
of honey now, so we are going to have
the honey taken out nnd used for our
school lunches. Our lunch teacher
is Ana C. Ching, of the 4th grade. She
Is 12 years old and plans her work as
well as Normal Cadets, but she does
not receive any pay.
We are very glad that the county
men are working on the new concrete
bridge over Anahola Ttiver. The 4th
grade had a good chance to get river
bed soil for their geography lesson.
The Anahola School Improvement
League wishes to thank the many
friends who bought tickets and all
those who helped In any way to make
its concert a success.
The Anahola school was a first prize
winner in the Advertiser Slogan con
test for American Good Speech Week.
The pupils read with cheers the arti
cle in the Advertiser of Saturday,
Dec. 4. Then when Tuesday's mail
brought a large book of fairy tales
with .beautiful pictures, their eyes
grew larger and their oral English
was very correct for a whole day.
Lucy Kahanu of the 5th Grade was the
prize winner and she deserves much
credit for her effort in oral and writ
ten English In all subjects. Her prize
book will be displayed at the school
Christmas tree and Community day
on Wednesday a. m.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that T. Ki-,
kuta. on the 10th day ot November,
1020, bought the Building Lease.;
Goods, Wares, and Merchandise otthe
store ot Ah Wah , at Koloa, district
of Koloa, Kauai County, Territory of
Hawaii, and that he is not responsible
for any debt3 contracted by said Ah
Wah before or after the date of abov
(Sgd.) T. KIKUTA.
Nov. 30; Dec. 7, 14, 21.
Tor One Motorist
(3 Per Cent Excellent)
luilt by Uniform Men
( 96 Per Cent Efficient)
ANY manufacturers build good tires. But each pro
ducer s problem is to build all of his tires as good as
his best one. 1 o make them as uniform in mileaee
as they are in looks. Even tires built side by side, bearing the
same brand, often vary thousands of miles.
Were it not for this, certain great brands would equal the Miller.
For Miller has succeeded in building tire3 the same. Not a few not
ertain "lucky tires." But 99 Millers in 100. Less than I per cent
ever need adjustment.
Tires are moii'ly lia .1 !-work. Sutln y e
bound to vaiy about us tl.e workmen do.
To build them uniform, "human Vari
ables" must go. That' why we created
a masterful system to rid men and tires
both of variables.
T hree years ago we bf gan to keep books
on every tire budt, and on the man who
built it. We brought in experts on scien
tific management. Ai d the master tire
builih-is were used tot ain the lest.
M.i iy withitocd tliis n- w older of etfi
ciuncy.and aid Luildinj Miller Tiles today.
Tlio- e v ho fell bMr.w the maik had to
(:o elsewhere. Perfection demtndt d the
mrviva! of the fittest.
So d-iy, til i body of iViller Mn is
knov n .id I'n edom's crack regiment. Their
efficiency avcrn.-rs V6 per cent.
inci more than 99 per cent of their tire
exceed ihe warranted mileage.
Miller tires are Geared-to-the-Road.
Look how the ratchet-like tread take
hold of the ground. This keepi the wheels
from spinning when you
atait it gives positivetrac
tion while you are going.
We only regret that Uni
foim Tires can't be pro
duced in great quantities,
hew men can be trained to
this pe:fection. 1 his year,
we'il produce enough for
only one motorist in fifty.
Bettr r speak totheauthor
ized Miller dealer at once
for your supply.
The Miller Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio
Makers of Miller Red and Cray Inner Tubes
The Team-Mates of Uniform Tires
' KAUAI GARAGE
WE HA VE DECIDED
TO CONTINUE OUR
Buy Now - Save Money
As an offset to the existing low price of Sugar we
will from now on sell all Groceries and 'Food
Stuffs without the usual Dealers Profit
Take advantage of our prices. They are Right
We have on hand and are now showing a line of
Holiday Candy and Nuts
Unexcelled in the Territory
Special Discounts and
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