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r THE QARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 1, 1921
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Lihue Union Holds
The annual meeting of the Lihue
Union Church was held last Thursday
night. A very Interesting business
meeting was followed - by an hour of
excellent home talent entertainment,
of good eats and of generally having
a good time. Few opportunities are
given Lihue people of as agreeably
and efficiently combining . business
unci pleasure as was presented Thurs
The reports of the committees show
ed that the year has been one of
progress for the Lihue Union Church.
While comparatively few members
were added to the church roll during
the year, a great deal of preparatory
wor.s in this line was done. As a
result, the first Sunday of 1921 was
ushered in by nine new members, with
the prospect of several more In the
The treasurer's report was a very
gratifying one. After paying all
last year's bills there are oyer eight
hundred dollars left as a surplus in
the treasury. The church voted to
help support the Kauai Pastors' Aid.
This is a fund for helping to support
the Chinese, Hawaiian, Japanese and
Filipino pastors who are doing such
good missionary work among their
own people on this island, and who
are, for the most part, very much
underpaid. But even with this added
responsibility, there is no doubt but
that the balance at the end of 1921
will be as pleasing, if not as large.
The music committee made no very
voluminous report, but their work
speaks for itself,. Tho Christmas
cantata, the splendid anthems and the
regular church choir were all due to
their efforts. Mr. E. de Lacey, who
has -so faithfully and efficiently pre
sided at the organ for the past several
years, is taking a well-deserved va
cation from his duties during this
year, and his place id being taken by
Mrs. R. W. Bayless. Mrs. Bayless
will also be choir director. A vote
of thanks was given Mr. de Lace,y for
his splendid services.
Rev. R. W. Bayless has Just completed
his first year as pastor of the church.
During this time he has acted not
only as pastor of the Lihue Church,
but has been agent for the Hawaiian
Board as well. Mr. Bayless has held
monthly meetings with the pastors of
the varlouB churches on the island
and has been instrumental in building
up their work to its present high
state of efficiency. He is soon to
have an assistant in the Board work,
who is to be located at Koloa. As
no official Installation services have
yet been held, installing Mr. Bayless
as pastor of the Lihue Church, it was
unanimously voted Jio have this done
in the near future by a meeting of
the various pastors of the Hawaiian
Board who are located on this island.
The annual election of officers was
also held. It is needless to say that
new officers were elected only to fill
the places of those whose duties pre
vented their serving longer. To
those officers who have lven such
splendid service during tho past year,
much credit for the work they have
Lihue Grammar School
Some days during the rainy weather
we had no school. The rain and
wind made it almost impossible to
come to school. The roams in the
main building, occupied by the fifth
to eighth grades were damp and cold
We had to keep our feet on the damp
floors almost the whole day.
Our teachers made-' us run round
and round the room to keep warm.
On January 21st we played basket
ball against Hanamaulu School. Both
of the Lihue teams won.
On January 26th we played r.gainst
Kapaa School. The Lihv.e girls'
team won with a score of 24 to 10.
The score for the boys tesm was 19
to 12 In favor of Lihue School.
Both Hanamaulu and Ki'paa played!
fine games, and we found thorn to be
After the games at Kapaa were over
the Kapaa teams served our teams Ice
cream and cake which we found quite
The shop boys are now putting up
the rafters to the new shop. We will
be glad when we get our new school
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