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THE GARDEK. ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 2, 1921
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8CHOOL NOTES ,
Kauai High School
One of the most interesting and
looked-forward-to periods of the
school day 1b our assembly period
where the student body gathers to
listen to the talks of the prominent
people who are kind enough to visit
our school, or else to spend the time
in singing. Last week we were very
fortunate in having three men of note
and experience, each of whom gave
us a valuable and interesting talk.
On Tuesday Mr. Bowman, head of the
H. S. P. A. welfare work, spoke to us
of the problems and Interests of his
On Thursday Dr. Scudder delivered
a talk on the spirit of the American
people and the attitude of England at
the time of our Civil War.
On Friday Dr. Wirt, of the Near
East Relief, held our attention for an
hour with his splendid speech on his
experiences and the terrible suffer
ing ot the people in the Near East.
Dr. Wirt won us completely to his
cause with his vivid description of
the situation In Armenia as he saw it.
As a result, the students of the school
are contributing liberally to that most
On Friday, and again on Monday,
Mr. Brodie, of Eleele school, dropped
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in'with two truck loads of his pupils
and gave our school the. once over,
They came right In and turned around
and went right out again. We wish
they had stayed longer and given us
a chance to get acquainted.
Our school kitchen continues to
grow m popularity. Our guests are
many and frequent. Nearly every
day we have one or two who come to
sample our cooking, and they always
go away pleased.
The regular semester election of ot
ticers for the athletic association was
held last week. The results were as
follows: President, Ernest Wede
meyer; Vice-President, Sarah Tsue;
Secretary, John Iachlbana; Treasurer,
Thelma Hopper; Auditor, Dorothy
Tsue; Sergeant at Arms, Sinklchi
On Thursday the Lihue and Huleia
grammar school girl reserves were the
guests of the high school reserves at
a meeting held in our assembly hall.
The program consisted of several
songs by the visitors and our club, and
an address by Dr. Scudder, also ' a
greeting and short talk by Miss Soule,
who has recently returned from her
The high school girls were invited
by Miss Bisslnger to a lecture a tthe
social hall. The speakers of the even
ing were Dr. Wirt, and Dr Scudder.
Miss Bisslnger also gave an inspiring
talk to the girls. ' i
Lihue Grammar Sohool
The roofing is now on on our new
Manual Training Shop and the walls
are being rapidly weatherboarded.
Our enrollment for Friday Feb. 18
was 751 pupils. This does not in
clude a few who are out sick tot a
The number of transfers from other
schools to Lihue more than balance
those released and transferred from
Lihue to other schools.
Our boys and girls are now champ
Ions in basketball for the Island. We
had a most exciting game with the
Waimea boys. The Waimea boys
were very active, and played a quick
snappy game; but they were fair and
showed excellent sportsmanship In
their play. At the end of the game
the score stood 10-10, so we had to
play off the tie and the game closed
with a score of 12-16 in favor of Lihue.
Mr. Judd, of Honolulu, spoke to the
boys and girls in assembly on Thurs
day the 17th Inst. n Purpose, Enthus
iasm, and Perseverance; then he lec
tured the seventh and eighth grades
on Truth, Justice and Courage. We
enjoyed Mr. Judd's lecture and hope
he will come again.
We are now practicing volleyball
and hope to make it interesting for
the other schools of our district.
We don't believe there will be any
time for baseball as our annual ex
aminations will come on about that
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