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TIIE GAKDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921
KAUAI EVANGELICAL ASSOCIATION
Y. M. C .A
DOING GOOD WORK
The semi-annual meeting of this association will be held in the
Hanalei Church, November 1, 2 ami ',. This will be n meeting of
treat importance as it marks the With anniversary of the arrival
of the early missionaries to this part of the island. All of the
churches of the island are requested to be duly represented. The
following program will be carried out :
Fall Meeting. November 1, 2, and :i, 11121
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st
10:00 a. m. lie-dedication of the old Waioli Mission. Speakers:
K. Y. Wili-ox, Miss Ethel Damon, .Judge I'uuki, liev.
Akaiko Akana, and the moderator, liev. I. Kaauwai.
(See special program I.
3:00 p. m. Opening Service of the Association
Address of Welcome liev. D. Kaaeamoku.
Response The Moderator.
Appointment of Committees.
4 :.'?() p. in. Adjournment.
7:00 p. m. Devotional Services Rev. ('has. Keahi, Leader.
Sermon Rev. Norman ('. Schenck.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd
ft:.iUn. m. Sunrise Prayer Meeting Rev. S. K. Kaulili, leader.
N:ir a. m. Ministers' Meeting "Ministers of Jesus Christ"
Rev. Henry" I J add.
0:15 a. m. Devotional Service Rev. I'atrick Takahashi. Leader.
!):"() a. in. Church Business , Moderator Presiding.
1 1 ::'() a. m. Sermon Rev. Norman C. Schenck.
12:00 in. Recess.
1 ::0 p. ni. The Bible School Chairman Presiding.
3:00 p. in. Bible School Round Table
liev. R. W. Bayless, Presiding.
1. The Value of Teachers' Meetings ...
...... Mr. Win. Werner.
2. The Minister's Relationship to the School
Mr. T. Sanionte.
3. The Daily Vacation Bible School
Rev. 1. Takahashi.
4. A Mission Program in the Sunday School
Rev. N. S. Schenck.
5. The Child for Christ Mr. .1. Regala.
(i. The Union Sunday School liev. R. G. Hall.
i :30 p. in. Adjournment.
7:00 p. m. The Christian Endeavor Chairman Presiding.
8:00 p. in. Christian Endeavor Round Table .......
Mr. J. M. Kaneakua, Presiding.
1. What Should be the Aim of the Endeavor?
Rev. Chas. Keahi.
2. Who Should be Members, and of What Society?
Mrs. E. Lovell.
3. What Can the Society Do to Secure Wholesome
Amusement for Its Young People?
i. What Can We Do to Reach the Great Multitude
Wlio are Not Interested in C. E. Work?
' Mr. Wm. Werner.
5. Is Our Present C. E. Program Sufficient for the
Needs of the Hour? Miss Cooke.
(i. Why Are We Not Reaching and Holding the
Young People of the Territory?
Rev. Henry P. .ludd.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd
0:30 a. in. Sunrise Meeting Rev. Robert I'uuki, Leader.
8:4." a. in. Devotions Rev. Royal G. Hall, leader.
0:15 a. in. Church Business Moderator Presiding
10:00 a. m. "Our Boys" Mr. Neil Locke.
11:30 a. in. Association Communion Service
Rev. Henry P. .ludd and S. K. Kaulili.
12:00 in. Final Adjournment.
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HONOLULU AND HILO
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IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Refrigerators Spark Plugs
Varnishes Brushes Oils
Saddlery Roofing Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
Toilet Supplies Stationery
Writers of Fire, Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall Steamship Line.
Upon application Information will be cheerfully furnished In regard to
any of our lines in which you may be Interested.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST. HONOLULU
More than 40 students have been I
attending the classes in English !
conducted by the county Y. M. C. A. (
In the government school building j
of Lihue. j
Under the capable direction of I
Miss Huddleson and Miss Anthony, (
two of our teachers who have had i
experience In other places In Amerl-1
canlzation work, the boys are mak
ing splendid progress.
The material used In the cIbbs
work is of a nature that acquaints
the student with the things which
he comes in contact during his work
ing hours. Text books presenting the
various phases of the sugar Industry
are being used, every word the stu
dent acquires makes less possible
With the beginning of the month
the schedule as drawn up by the
recently appointed educational com
mittee will be followed.
The present classes will be divid
ed and more instructors added as
the numbers demand, so that ade
quate supervision may be given all
Thirty interested young men pre
sented themselves at the first meet
ing of the Koloa night school last
Wherever sufficient interest and
numbers are - found the educational
committee will endeavor to find
teachers and supply the materials
for these classes in English and
DORMITORY Hl-V CLUB
The following are the minutes of
the organization meeting of the Li
hue Dormitory Hi-Y Club held last
We started in with some games.
Mr. Locke, the Y.M.C.A. secretary,
told us about the HI-Y Clubs of the
world and showed us some pictures
I'liout them. He emphasized the
working system of a successful Hi
Y Club and told of the many inter
esting things that a Hi-Y club could
do. Our regular meeting will meet
on Saturday night except the last
Saturday of the month when the
boys go home. The following offi
cers were elected:
President, Sado Yokomoto.
Vice-president, Jacob Maka.
Secretary, Shinichi Nlshimoto.
Treasurer, Shimkichl Nlshimoto.
The adoption of the constitution
and outlining of program were left
until the next meeting.
The following are members:
Suchi Kamei, Wata.ru Tanaka. Ju
lA'hi Sakimae, Ernest Weoner. hliig-i-ru
Sugawa, Gichl Yokomoto, Colchi
Kawakara, Edwin Kam, I. in Kin
Kam, Ah Kong Kam, Peter Leons,
vntone Camara, Wo Cheong Wong,
f usoa Tanabe, Yan Keon Chacir, i'a
kehlko Tashima, Tsutomu Nittn,
James Chang, Katsumu Tanimotn,
Signed: Shinichi Nlshimoto, Secretary.
KEKAHA SENIOR Y CLUB
Racial lines were obliterated last
Sunday night when fourteen well
known young men of Kekaha met
In the Japanese school house and
outlined a season's program in ac
cordance with the plan of the coun
ty Y. M. C. A. which is being pro
moted by the county committee of
Under the leadership of S. Hamata
the club will meet every Sunday
evening to participate In a program
of varied and interesting activities.
Parliamentary drill was found of in
terest and value In last night's first
meeting. After the singing of a num
ber of patriotic songs, Secretary
Locke spoke of the possibilities of
a Y Club to furnish worthwhile re
creation and a comprehensive pro
gram of wholesome activities. All
present requested that the meeting
proceed to the selection of officers
and other necessary steps for the
carrying on of the program.
After spirited speeches of nomin
ation and open electioneering of the
candidates the following men were
chosen to head the affairs of the
Mr. Yamanaka, President
Mr. Imatomi Vice-president.:
Mr. Yamada Secretary.
Mr. Tomogasu Treasurer.
The following men are charter
members: Messrs. Frank, Okihara,
Kono, Ishu, Julian, Mukaawaawa, Wa
tanabe and Corralles.
This club offers a splendid illus
tration of the opportunity afforded
by the county Y. M. C. A. to bring
togethor representatives of the dif
ferent races under conditions that
develop and encourage right atti
tudes toward country, employer and
The Worst Speed
"How fast can your car go?"
'Just fast enough," said Mr. Chug
gens, "to break the road rulee, and
not fast enough to keep ahead of the
cop." Washington Star.
Modern Ways for Modern Days
THE WESTINGHOUSE and
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Woman demands, ami rightly so, easier, quicker ways of doing household
tasks. The many electrical home conveniences made by the above concerns
enable her to enjoy new comforts and a new freedom.
Each piece of Electrical Ware adds not only to the efficiency but to
well-designed home equipment. Each piece is not only useful but distinctly
good to look at.
Make your home a home electrical and enjoy the advantages of using up
to date ways for these up to date days.
Why are these appliances modern? Because the heat is directly applica
ble, instant and intense, safe, sanitary and 'sure. No wicks, no oil, no dirt,
no smell, no waiting.
PRICES f They're universally priced the world over, whether New
York, Shanghai, Honolulu, or Lihue, the prices are the same.
We have just received a new assortment, but, unlike Oliver Twist's gruel,
there is more to follow. However, we will mention some of the articles on
hand and would be pleased to show and explain any that would suit your
TURK OVER TOASTERS
The toaster that everybody us
es. Automatically turns the slice.
Piping hot toast right on the
R A 1)1 EXT GRILL
Fries, broils, boils or toasts
cooks two foods at one time. Fur
nished with metal dishes. Three
heats. When used with ovenette
becomes actual table range.
Performs all the operations of
the Hadicnt drill bul a different
A four-inch small anil light
stove for the traveler, the room
er and the home.
IMMERSION II EATER
Now, Miss Old Maid, and Mr.
Bachelor here's a device that
you can put in a glass of water
and make it piping hot in lesa
than a minute. Great for shav
ing water, fellows!
A very handsome set consist
ing of a Gereiau pattern nine-cup
urn with sugar, creamer and tray.
Also a nine-cup Colonial combin
ation. These sets have distinct
proportion and refinement. A
grace to any table.
Does regular kitchen cooking
from any lamp socket. Uses any
kind of dishes.
Well, you know what a tea
kettle does. This one does it any
old time of the day or night
just turn the switch and you
have instant action.
ludispensiblc device for mi
lay's dressing table.
A practical oven for use on Ra
dient Stoves, grills, or range sur
In five and six cup sizes. Very
There are many other devices in the stock, curling irons, etc.
And remember this we have two- and three-way sockets that permit
of the use of these appliances without forfeiting any light.