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F THE GARDEN ISLAM), TUESDAY, JAN, 25, 1921
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The High School staff eontlaues to
grow. Our latest arrival la Mrs. May
P. .Leadbetter, of Napa cusinees col
lege, who has taken over the Commer
cial department In Miss McClellen's
place. Miss McClellen was with us
only temporarily until otr permanent
teacher should arrive. She has done
a great deal with her classes, and we
are sorry to lose- her. We wish her
much success in the business world
she Is about to enter.
. Our school kitchen has proved to be
a ureat success. Much credit Is due
Miss Ltndsey and her cooking class
for the tasty and nourishes lunches
that they prepare.
The students of the High School are
now busily at work on a play that they
are planning to give sometime In May
It Is to be "Mr. Bob." It Is under
the direction of Miss N. Underhill and
Miss Llndsey. The proceeds are to
go toward financing the school annual
and the furnishings for the domestic
The girls have rganised a basket
ball tist.'ffatlon which Is under the dl
rection of Miss tlnderhill. MIbs Un
derhill called a meeting of the girls
last week and suggested that we form
basket ball teams, and at the same
time have an association separate from
the eeneral school athletic association
The officers were elected and a com
mittee appointed by the president to
draw up a constitution. We have had
two practices already at the Armory,
and under Miss Underhill, had some
good drill in the game.
The boys basket ball teaiu won
glory for their school by defeating the
Benedicts at a splendid game In the
Armory last Friday evening. Our boys
showed themselves up to the best ad
vantage and displayed fine team work.
The Benedicts put up a mighty good
Due to the rain and flood, school
attendance this week has been rather
small. On Monday each teacher con
tented' herself with from, eight to
fourteen pupils each. There was
no question as to the topic to be
chosen for morning talk for there
was a great deal to be told and heard
from different ones, and heaven knows
that the whole morning period. If not
the whole day, was devoted to con
versational lessons on that topic
alone. Every little girl and boy was
anxious to say something concerning
the flood and it was not difficult to
get bashful ones to talk. " " Children
who suffered most during this occa
sion told thrilling stories to their,
respective grades on how they had
sailed down the valley on roofs and
how they managed to escape death
by climbing on mango trees.
On account of the storm it is nec
essary for some teachers to repeat
the week's plans.
Tnktnar nvnrv chance available, the
boys of this school kept up tieir
basket ball practice and there are no
doubts of their making a good showing
when they do compete with other
Though water from faucets was un
fit for cooking purposes, Miss Fryer
managed to collect good, clean rain
water for school use. She still
serves good lunches to both teachers
BIS BOOK DRIVE FOR
Ceme one, come all, and let's help
out on this! The people of Llhue say
they want fiction Well, let's give it
to them and new Action at that.
What do you say we all get together
and have a regular drive on this or
if you think that word "drive" was
over-worked during the war, we will
uro another, but what ever we do, lets
come thru with those books.
You all know there s a library in
Lihue, a place where you can ceme
and get or read books every Thursday
afternoon; and fri which books
will bo brought to yon every Saturday
mnrnlne and that reminds me of
some of the experience the librarian
has with that traveling library but
11 have to keep thoie until some
other time. At any rate se says
the people want fiction, so fiction they
rhall have. You men know now u
isThe Origin of the Sseeios" is no
fun after a hard day at the offlee, or
on the plantation. A rattling good
yarn takes a lot ot the crimp oui oi
things and gives you a good night's
rest Us the same thing with a
woman's reading. You have all been
reading during the past few years and
the books are all about, In the shelves,
on the tafcles, in the store rooms and
perhaps even In the way. You en
joyed them! Why not give another
and many others the same privilege
and during the next three keeks
bring your 1819 1920 fiction to the
Llhue library nntil and on February
3rd and Wach the- collection grow!
i Thoo. H. Davies & Co., Ltc
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tinea application information will be cheerfully furnished in regard to
any of our lines In which yon may be interested.
Three of the eight recording sta
tions ot the U. S. hydrographto survey
bureau were either demolished or
badly damaged by Sunday's storm and
the bureau is awaiting with anxiety
news from Kauai, Maul, Hawaii, and
Molokai, on all of which it has similar
stations, says the Star-Bulletin of
Twn rncordine atatiens in Manoa
valley were entirely washed out li
Nuuanu valley, ft weir was washed
out, the frame cabin housing the
measuring instruments was unde
mined, the floor broken open, and
the measuring bridge carried away.
In Kallhi valley, a measuring bridge
was carried downstream but the In
strument house was undamaged.
On Kauai, where the streams are
larger' than on Oahu and irrigation
from surface sources is more gener
ally practiced, the bureau has 26
stations; on Molokat eight, on Maul
83. and on Hawaii fonr. The average
cost of the Oahu stations was abomt
$400 apiece. Those built later on
some of the other Islands cost in the
neighborhood of $500 each.
Mr. Ferriera was unable to return
lo Waimea on Monday on account of
the weather but he managed to report
to school on Tuesday. He spent his
week end at his home in Kapaa.
We are fortunate to have Mrs.
Sessions with us, for every day this
unlucky week there was someone ab
sent and as willing as she always Is
she has been substituting in different
grades. The school therefore ex
tends its thanks to her for her kind
ness in serving It In time of need.
Chiropractic Is Right
ADJUSTMENTS RESTORE HEALTH
QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY
Nature is the Chiropractor's enly aid
adjustments remove the pinch en the nerves
and enable Nature to do her part in Making
and keeping the body well.
Ninety-five per cent of diseases 'are due jto
pressure upon nerves along the sides of the
vertebral column. This pressure interferes
with their functions; hence iuffaimnation, un
natural action, pain and distress are manifest
ed where these nerves end. All diseases are
prolonged until pressure upon these nerves
leading to the affected parts is adjusted. It
is the business of the Chiropractor to release
this pressure with the hand, the doing ef, which
has never been taught in other schools, and has
never beeu practiced by them.
Aucieut methods and'cure-alls put but little
check on disease. Times have changed Mid
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. Chiropractic adjustments, relieving serve
impingement, iiermit nature to remove the
cause of disease and correct abnormalities
without the use of drugs.
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