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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUEMUY, JUNE 14,. 1921
P. O. Box G
Tel. 1 5-W
8. CO.. LTD.
Tip Top Theatre
E. LYON AND LEE MORAN IN
ONCE A PLUMBER
DOUGLAS MACLEAN In a PARAMOUNT PRODUCTION
THE ROOKIE'S RETURN
Llhue Grammar School cordially
invites the public to be present at
the closing exercises to be held at
the school on Thursday 23rd, 9 to
10:30 A. M.
At the conclusion of the exercises
the Eighth Grade will be awarded
their diplomas by Father Rice, and
Rev. Bayless will deliver an address.
Folk Dance ' We will Wash Our
Dollies' Clothes" Room 1
Recitation "Mttle Mothers
Rooms 2 and 3
Recitation "Our Flag" ...... Room 4
Recitation "Where are you going
my pretty Maid?" Room 6
Song "Coffee Berries Room 6
Recitation "Overall Boys" .. Room 7
Motion Song "Sweet Pea Ladies"
The Frog Song Room 9
The American Creed Room 9
Song "The Sea King's Bride.. School
Recitation "Six Little Eskimos"
, Room 10
Norwegian Mountain Dance Room 11
Dialogue "Rose Fairy" Room 12
Recitation "Pied Piper" .... Room 13
Song "Rise Rise My Boy" ..Room 14
"The Blind Man and the Elephant"....
Rooms 15 and 16
"Hoop Drill" Rooms 17 and 18
Song "The Exile" .. Rooms 19 and 20
May Pole Dance" Room 21
Song "Beautiful Kahana" .... School
Flag Drill Room 22
The closing exercises of the Mak-
aweli School' will be held at the
Community House Saturday night
June -18th at 8 o'clock.
The program Is as follows:
Folk Dance and Song 1st grade
Dramatization of "The Hare and the
Tortoise." 3 boys A 2nd grade
Folk Dance B 2nd grado
Song and Drill "Windmills of Hol
land" A 3rd grado
Play "Makawell School Picnic -..
6th and 7th grade
Folk Song and Dance 4th gmdo
Daisy Drill and Song A 1st grade
Play and Indian Dance "Hiawatha's
Childhood" 6th grade
Japanese Fan Drill B 3rd grade
Presentation of Eighth Grade di
plomas and fclosing song.
Waimea School had a chance at
four cups at the field meet Saturday
June 4th, and brought home one of
We are glad the cups were evenly
distributed, all going to different
Preparations are under way for an
Athletic Night, where all who have
been on any team during the past year
are to be Invited. A mock track
meet and other evening sports will go
to make a lively time.
The banana contest comes to a
close Friday. Mr. Pugh has con'
sented to name the ten best ones, and
the prizes will be distributed by him
The shop Is completing the year's
work with a very long list of articles
The courtesies extended us and our
pupils at Lihje at the track meet
were very much appreciated.
All the graduating class plan to
attend Junior High School next year
Plans are already laid for the athle'
tic teams, garden contest and flower
contest. The 8th grade pupils hope
to have the additional shop space for
a gas engine, electric wiring and pipe
fitting apparatus which Mr. Pugh
wants to offer them.
Mr. Carver has kindly consented to
give the Baccalaureate pddreas on
June . 23d. There will be a short pro
gram, Mr. Carver's address and the
presentation of twenty-seven diplO'
mas. The exercises will be held in
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE ALUMNI
TO GIVE DANCE AT ARMORY
The St. Louis College alumni will
give a benefit dance at the Llhue
Armory on the evening of Saturday,
June 18th, for the purpose of raising
money for the collece building fund.
The committee in charge of the af
fair is as 'follows: Judge Wm. C.
Achi, floor manager; M. V. Fernan
dez and Joe Gouveia, printing; Mies
A. A. Fernandes, Miss A. Davidson,
Miss II. Schenhard, Mrs. L. Wright
and Miss P. Charman, decoration
This will probably be the last pub
lic dance before the teachers leave
for their vacation, so it is expected
that the young people will take ad
vantage of this and turn out in
Fresh Vegtables at
WATER MELONS TOMATOES SWEET POTATOES
STRING BEANS CARROTS TURNIPS CELERY
GREEN CORN CUCUMBERS CHINESE CABBAGE
COME TO THE FARM AND CHOOSE YOUR OWN .
VEGETABLES FRESH FROM THE GARDEN
Ill 1 If 1
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
?3.00 per year.
Place your mortgages, deeds,
insurance papers, liberty bonds
and jewelry in one of our safe
deposit boxes and stop worry
ing. Call or telephone,
We pay 4 interest on
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and Shaving Tools
For a handy knife to
use in th'e many jobs
on the place you need
and ought to have a
Keen Kutter pocket
knife. You'll find real
worth, real finish, real
quality in the Crucible
Steel blades that hold
a tine edge. You 11
like the snap in' the blades and the way
the handle stays on.
Pocket Knives and Keen Kutter Safety
Razors are top notchers. Try both and
get a Keen Kutter Automatic Stropper to
keep the razor blades in order. All Keen
Kutter goods are sold with the guarantee
of satisfaction or monef back.
SIMMONS HARDWARE CO.
Thi Recollection otQUAUl
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PRICE it Forgotten.'7
-E. C. BIMMOI
Trad Murk Raf .
NOTICE TO DRIVERS
The sheriffs department Is now
ready to grant permanent licenses
to the drivers of motor vehicles, in
accordance with the provisions of
Act 235 of the Session Laws of
WILLIAM HENRY ItlCE,
Sheriff, County of Kauai.
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