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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, March 22, 1921, Page 6, Image 6',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 22, 1921
WHERE ARE YOU HEADING?
T In the race thru lite do you ever stop to consider where the path la
A leading you?
1 THE FIVE WAY POLICY protects you along the way. It cares for
J yoi when sickness or accidents befall you and at the end of the trail
provides tor those you are no longer able to assist.
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Mrs. Sessions, Mrs. Hattrlck, Mrs
Wright and Miss Ako visited the
Eleele school all day Thursday, study
ing methods and gaining fresh ideas
for their profession.
On Easter Sunday, March 27th, the
churches of Waimea will hold a
union service on the lawn of Mr.
Brandt's home from 7 to 7:30 A. M.
The service will be conducted by the
pastors of the various churches.
There will be a special chorus of
The public is cordially invited to
attend this early morning service.
Mrs. Danford of Kekaha gave a very
delightful bridge party on Friday
The following is a statement of the
subscriptions made towards the Near
East Relief Fund in the Waimea dis
Kekaha, including school
Waimea and the Robinsons,
including $150 from. the
Waimea School 1,182.80
Makaweli Plantation employees
and School , 425.35
The above amount has' been paid
over to the Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. at
Lihue, for transmission.
The children in the different schools
have shown a splendid spirit and have
made their donations gladly and will
Koloa is a growing place, and
think will some day be a big city,
pela palia. We have now five or six
churches, and the Salvation Army,
and a hospital, and one of the large
schools of the Island which gets big
ger every year. We have a big gar
age where many cars are always
getting fixed, and now we have a new
shop where they can get painted.
We have the Japanese Labor Hui
where they hold meetings nearly
every Sunday to talk about what they
are going to do. Somebody says
they are going to make a paper to
print their news and what they think.
Anyway we see they have a print
ing press now.
We have many stores, and coffee
shops and places where you can
spend your money when you have
any, like the moving pictures, and the
soda water places.
Koloa is a nice place with big trees
that are very old. Somebody says
the old missionaries planted them,
maybe one Hundred years ago. I
like the missionaries because they
plant trees for us, only why didn't
they plant all mango trees, and not
Keawe trees with thorns on them.
Everd day we have the railroad
running by our school. My, but it
makes a big noise when It whistles,
ond puffs and roars like thunder; and
sometimes when the wind is Kona the
black smoke fills the whole yard.
When that train goes by we almost
can't study any more, it is so exciting.
Some schools, like Kalaheo, don't
have any railroad. We are sorry
After all these many years Koloa
will have a Dentist to take care of our
teeth. Dr. Justin Smith who is
rel: ted to Dr. Kuhns, Is our Dentist.
He is a very nice man, and already is
locking out for the children's teeth.
He and his young wife will live at
Dr. Waterhouse's place, and Dr.
Waterhouse will move to the Farley
place, because that was his grand
father's home, who was a missionary.
Mrs. Farley Is going away for a
trip. She will be gone quite a long
time. She will go and see Mr. Far
ley's friends, but we all hope that
she will come back again.
A REVIVAL OF TENNIS
Tennis is becoming the popular
out of door sport at several of the
plantation centers on Kauai. Most
every evening, excepting Sundays,
both Lihue courts are engaged, and
some lively sets are witnessed.
At McBryde and Makaweli the game
is very popular, and, it is stated, con
siderable talent is being developed.
Word has been received by K. C.
Hopper, president of the Lihue Tennis
Club, that teams composed of Mc
Bryde and Makaweli players intend to
send a challenge to the Lihue Club
for a series of matches.
The Lihue club would like very
much to accept the challenge, but
unless the matches can be played on
some other courts, they will be unable
to, as the present rules governing
Lihue Park prohibit the use of the
grounds for recreational purposes on
It is to be hoped that the tennis
players of the Island can get together
and form an association for the pur
pose of promoting the game.
P. O. Box G
Tel. 1 5-W
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