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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MAR. 1. 1921
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The regular meeting of the Mana-
Eleele Teachers' Association was held
at Makawell hall on Wednesday Feb.
23d. Mr. Judd, travelling secretary
of the Ministerial Association, made a
short to-the-polnt address. In addi
tion to Mr. Judd, the following por-
gram was offered.
Song "Washington" .-Makawell
Speaker of the, day.
Polk Dance , Makawell pupils
Story Work in the Schools......
. Miss Charman, Walmea,
Mr. Bauknlght, Eleele.
Piano Solo '.."..Mrs. Butchart
Self Improvement In our Profession.
Miss Mallery, Eleele,
General Discussion.' i
Vocal Solo Mrs. Marcalltno
Quartette '. ; Walmea Teachers
Star Spangled Banner . ..Led
by Mrs. Wright i
Following the program a business
meeting was held In which censorship
of movie films, the school budget and
the proposed reading course were dis
cussed, and appropriate measures on
each question met favor with the
Many outsiders were visitors.. There
was a good attendance of teachers and
The next meeting will be held In
Eleele In April. ';
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Walmea School ,'
On Monday, February 21st, ail ap
propriate program was prepared for
the celebration of Washington', birth
day.. It rained at the end of the sec
ond number on the program so the
rest of the program -had to be post
poned for Wednesday afternoon, when
to the delight of everyone present, the
sun shone brightly and each number
proved a success. It.vas a delight
ful afternoon on the lawn and the
children enjoyed everything immense
ly. The program was as follows: i
Song "Hail Columbia" :. School
Play "Careful Stitches" Grade
Song "Recessional" Grade
Song "February Days" Grade BA
Song "Our Tribute to Washington"....
Recitation Grade 1A
Recitation and Song "Washington'V.
Grade 2A . , ..'i I
Sweet and Low" ........ School
My Native Land'! ...Grade MB
Recitation "Washington's Birthday"
Grade 6B .
Play "Being Like Washington".....:.,
Grade 4A A;
Recitation "Washington" ..Grad3A
"The Making of the First Flag"......;;.
.Grade 3B "-, i
Recitation "George Washington".!!
. - .Grade 2 ' X '
"The Star Spangled Banner" ....School
The school Is making every effort
to make a creditable showing In the
Star-Bulletm Garden Contest On
Thursday a picture was taken of the
school garden. Each child stood by
his plot It Is hoped the picture will
appear In the Star-Bulletin.
On Friday each child in the school
was weighed and his change in
weight and height since last Novem
ber was shown him, in an effort to
Increase his physique.
The sewing classes are at present
making athletic trousers for the boys
of the school teams.
The pupils of the Makawell School
celebrated Washington's birthday by
carrying out the following program at
morning exercises, Moaday, February
1. Song "Scouts of Uncle Sam.
2. "Story of the Cherry Tree".. ..B Bova
8. Song "Washington" 2 B
4. Quotations about Washington
5. Song "The Cherry Tree" 1 B
6. Play "Washington's Birthday"....
7, "The name of Washington"
DANGERS OF THE AIR
Those who think that flying is not
much more risky than travelling on
railway train will be interested in the
figures of the English Air Ministry for
a period of eight months in 1919. The
conclusion of the investigators Is that
had the same rate of accident journey
for journey, been maintained in rail
way travel 28,000 engineers would
have been killed and 280,000 injured,
and that 105,000 passengers would
have been killed and more than
million injured. According to their
figures the risk of the aeroplane pas
senger is 800 times as greet as that
of the railway passenger. Youth's
"Looky bean, nlggah, yo am too
dirty to be hit wid a clean stick. Ef
yo ack that away yo nevah will go to
."What ah cares toah heben? Ah'm
gwine to de Minstrel Show. Dat am
ChineseR att an
We have just received a shipment
of the following:
Chairs $10.50 each
Rockers 1 1 .25
32 in. Round Tables 15.00 "
23 1-2 " " 9.00 "
19x26 Tables 9.00 "
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of The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., held this day, the following Officers
and Directors were elected and appointed to serve for the ensuing
year : . ,
C. II. Cooke.
' E. D. Tenney E. F. Bishop
. Roxor Damon G. G. Fuller . Frank Crawford
R. MeCorriston ..P.C. Athertom
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P. G. H. Deverill, J. A. Radway, A. B. Clark
E. W. Carden, F. O. Bailey
T.A.Cooke, C. T. Littlejohn, Jr., R. L. Richards.
V. C. Schoenberg Cashier, Waipahu Branch
A. Anderson ...... Cashier, Waialua Branch
- C. G. Kuhlmann Cashier, Lihue Branch
W. F. Horner Cashier, Kapaa Branch
O. H. Atherton
F. C. Atherton
' E. F. Bishop
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R. A. Cooke
W. F. Dillingham
J. A. McCandless
E. D. Tenney
Richard H. Trent
H. H. Walker
KAUAI ADVISORY BOARD
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C. A. Rice .
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heben nuf foah ne nlggah."