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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1921
P. O. Box G
Tel. 1 5-W
6 CO.. LTD.
Kckaha Waimea Mana
Tip Top Theatre
BESSIE BARRISCALE in aa R & C. PRODUCTION
BRYANT WASHBURN In a PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION
DUSTIN FARNUM In a FOX FEATURE
DURAND OF THE BAD LAN
AVERV HOPWOOD & CHANNING POLLOCK In a METRO FEATURE
DOUGLA8 MACLEAN In a PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION
THE ROOKIE'S RETURN
The Waimea School held a memor
ial exercise In the yard under the
trees on Friday May 27, 1921. The
following program was followed and
each number was well produced.
1. Song "My Country school
2. "Decoration Day" grade 6b
3. "Flags upon the Graves" ... grade 4b
4. "Tho' We are Little Children"
6. "Memorial Day" grade 4a
6. "The Hallowed Song and Taps
7. Rec. and Song "Memorial Day" ....
8. "Memories of the Civil War"
....i grade 6
9. "Memorial Day" .... Receiving grade
10. "Memorial Flag" grade la
11. "Soldiers' Flowers" grade 3a
12. "The Love of Country"
13. "In Flanders' Field" E. Ako
14. "The Answer In Flanders' Field"....
15. "Decoration Day" F. Wilson
After the exercise Mr. Sessions and
a few pupils from each grade, together
with Mrs. Wright, walked to the cenv
etary and decorated the graves of
Miss Eva Shaw, Rev. Whitney and a
The eighth grade elected officers
on Friday. The following officers
were chosen, Yoshito Hironaga, pres.;
Iwao Takenaka, vice pres.; Kamaile
Moku, secretary, Kenwo Kinoshita,
treasurer. Miss Pua Wright was ask
ed to act as class sponsor.
Mrs. Wright was notified last week
that her chorus was chosen to repre
sent this District at the big field day
and meet at Llhue June 4th.
The gardeners have been awarded
second prize In the Island contest. Mr.
Brandt's cash prize is te be given a
week from Friday. On June 9th
Waimea School's famous banana
growing contest will be brought to a
close. The contestants spend their
recesses merrily dashing water upon
the bananas. The plants have made
a remarkable fast growth.
Owing to the kindness of the Y. M.
C. A. the free School Show was able
to give two extra educational reels,
one on the lives of the presidents and
one of Niagara Falls.
Miss Hundley spent the morning at
the school on May 27th. "
Friday noon six boys left for a
camping trip in the mountains. They
went well Into the Poom au country.
No goats were killed 'but a good time
was had by all. Those on the trip
were Chestnuts, Sangawawa, Slisky,
Cinco, George, and Frank. The
prize act of the trip was to see Chest
nuts put out burning embers with his
GIRL RESERVE DAY HELD
AT KUKUIOLONO PARK
On Saturday, May 28, nearly two
hundred Girl Reserves, coming from
all parts of Kauai met at Kukuiolono
park, where, through the kindness of
Mr. Walter McBryde they celebrated
the second birthday of their organiza
tion on this Island.
The program opened by the salute
to the American flag and the recita
tion in unison of the Girl Reserve
code, followed by the Girl Reserve
Setting up exercises by one hundred
and fifty girls in white middy suits
and blue ties made a very impressive
picture on the lawn In front of the
Circle games followed and then
lunch, served picnic style. The Ll
hue' and Waimea Corps of Girl Re
serves had prepared the lunches in
their school kitchens.
At luncheon Miss Chow Moi Chang
of the High School Corps acted as
toastmlstress, introducing the speak
ers; Hazel Chong of Waflnea, who
spoke on "The First Kauai Corps";
Miss Rita Ramos of Hanalei, who
spoke on "The Far Away Sister" and
Miss Rose Gooman of the High school
who spoke on "The Big Sister".
In the afternoon each corps con
tributed some form of entertainment
for the others, resulting In the follow
1. Goop Dance, Kalaheo Corps.
2. May Pole Dance, Koloa Corps.
3. Physical Drill and Song, Huleia
4. Norwegian Mountain Dance, Lihue
Grammar School Corps.
5. Hawaiian Song "Kalaiopua, Kapaa
6. Rice Planting Songs, Waimea Corps
7. Signalling and Drill, Hanalei
Music", cmfwypshrdlucmfw ymf oG
8. Folk Dance accompanied by "High
School Jazz Music", Kauai High
HENRY WOLCOTT DIES
Henry Roger Wolcott, brother of t
the late United States Senator Edward
O. Wolcott, died at his home In Kai-j
mukl, Honolulu, last Wednesday.
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