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? THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 28, 1920
What's Doing In
City High Schools
(By Henry T. Ishinmra.)
One of the most distinguishing and
striking factors among the various
High Schools of Honolulu Is the Hi-Y
Club. This is an organization of
about three years old. It is made up
of the students o the schools.
McKlnloy Hi-Y Club is the oldest
having three years of recordable rec
ords to its credit. At first
this club was started by a few mem
bers who were chosen from the three
upper, classes, Senior, Juntor and
Sophomore classes. Now this club is
overwhelmed with members, and it
was forced to divide into three dls
tinct groups because of its interest
A leader was chosen to take charge
in discussion and in conducting the
meeting for each group.
The purpose of this organization is
to promote: Clean Speech, Clean
Athletics, and Clean Living in the
schools. The motto of the McKinley
Hl-Y Club is "A better Hi-School
spirit, cleaner Athletics and a greater
This club is affiliated with the Nat
ional Organization. The meetings
are held every Monday evening from
6:00 to 7:30 at the Nuuanu Y. M. C. A,
Punahou and Kamehameha schools
are holding their meetings at the cen
tral Y. M. C. A. Honolulu Military
Academy is now at the point of the
Mills High School has put out its
club a month ago starting with ten
students as charter members, who
were chosen from the three upper
classes. Now It has a membership of
thirty which is the limited number
decided by the charter members.
Mr. Tomson, Mr. Putnam, the secre
tary of the Educational department oi
the Central Y. M. C. A., Mr. Pearson,
the High School and Academy secre
tary, and Mr. John F. Nelson, the prin
cipal of Mills High School, were chos
en as the Club councils. The meet
lngs of this club are held every Mon
day, evening from 6:30 to 7:30 at the
Nuuanu Y. M. C. A. including dinner
and the business meeting.
Judge Heen, Mr. Farrington of the
Star Bulletin, and Mr. Givens, the
principal of McKinley High School,
spoke at the regular meetings of this
club. Judga Heen spoke on the
topic; "Tne Service to the Commun
ity," while Mr. Farrington on "The
importance of the Hi-Y Club." Mr.
Givens, who is a tall, stout athlete,
spoke on the subject "The Clean Ath
letics." The prominent of the city are asked
to speak each night to the certain
groups In order that the members may
be benefitted by their wide experience
nd their knowledge.
Perhaps the people of the city won
dered why the Interscholastic foot
ball season was pulled off smoothly
and clearly this year. It is simply
because of this organization which as
sisted in carrying out this most suc
cessful season in the history of the
scholastic seasons. The games were
played without a single complaint or
dirty trick or play. The players of
the various teams are the members
of this organization. The captain of
the McKinley foot ball team, Henry
rhompson, and under whom played
others who made up the team are
the members of the Hi-Y Club.
Not only has this organization
helped the foot ball games but it will
;i!so help all other sports by carrying
out the square deal and the fair play
iimong the schools, which the people
of the city are expecting.
CHRISTMAS DOINGS OVER THE
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Kilauea Plantation observed Christ
mas With a most interesting program,
which began at 6:30 p. m. with mov
ing pictures. Following is the pro-tram:
C':30 2 reels comedy Picture
7:00 Selection by Filipino Orchestra.
7:15 Christmas song bv children,
directed by Mrs. H. Huddy.
i:20 Christmas reading by Mrs. H.
7:40 Selection by Filipino Orchestra.
:45 Christmas Tree lighted and
short talks explaining Christinas
Idea by a representative of each
;00 Appearance of Santa Claus ex
plaining his method of arrival with
distribution of presents to all the
children present. Santa Cluus was
assisted by Dr. Patterson, Miss Nel
son, Mr. H. Smythe, Mrs. Scott, Mrs.
J. Huddy, Mrs. Tomas and Miss
8:30 6 reel feature film.
9:30 Dance for older folks upstairs
in New Hall. Music by Filipino
Games for children in Old Hall.
Mr. White conducted the dance and
Mr. Page supervised the cllildrea's
The Koloa Sunday School held !
their Christmas tree services Christ
mas Eve in spite of the stormy wea
ther. There were recitations, carol
singing etc, followed by a distribution
of good things suitable to the occas
ion. The boisterous wenther kept
some of the grown folks away but it i
did not affect the children noticeably.
The Salvation Army had their ex
ercises on Christmas Day and had a
very fine time.
There was a dance at the plantation
boarding house Christmas Eve which
was well attended in spite of the. In
clement weather. Every one had a
very happy time, perhaps all the more
so because of the weather without.
The very Inclement weather Frl
day evening somewhat interfered
with the celebration at Kapaa. They
had to omit thuir traditional Christ
mas Eve service and had their sunday
School tree on Christmas day. Child
fren's recitations, singing, short ad-
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program, which was followed by the
nsual distribution of good things.
Kapaa school gave its Christmas
entertainment on December l'th at
the school. The lower grades gave
a Christmas play and recitations ap
propriate for such an occasion. The
program was in charge of Miss Mlacli
nich. Every pupil in the school and
the small visitors who came that day
to see Santa Claus received candy.
nuts and apples.
The program for the concert on
Friday night was as follows:
Opening chorus "The Heivens are
telling by school
Pilgrim Pageant, scene 1, Schoolroom
Recitation "Landing of Filgiima"
Pageant, scene 2, England
Song "Thank the Creator"
Pageant, scene 3, Holland
Song "Kiliopu" by
Pageant, scene 4, Plymouth
Play "A day at the Paukahana
Grand medley chorus by School
The sinsing and Pilgrim Pageant
was under the direction of Mrs. Shel
don, while the play was under the
direction of Mrs. Wong.
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