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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 25, 1921, Image 6',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1921
FIRST HONOR ROLL OF
THE KAUAI HIGH 8CHOOL
Seniors Kazu Gokan, Iwao MlyaVe
Juniors George Kubokl.
Sophomoros Masao Ito,
Moragne, Helen Muller,
Scharsih, Lin Ung Tain.
Frcdhnien Kennoth Alvlau, Alice
Droadbent, Nee Chang Chock, Grete
Glund, Shizuma Ide, Rlsaburo Miyo'
shl, Kdene Nalemalle," Tamayo Nlshl-
nioto. Eleanor Peller, Harriet Shel
don, Ellen Sisson, Margaret Sloggett.
Second Honor Roll
Seniors Minnie Fukushima, Ed
win Kv.m, Shinichi Nishimoto, Esther
Tseu, Chow Mol Chang.
Juniors Jean Sisson, Tadayoshi
Sophomores Chiyo Kamada, Fusa
Frei.hmen Daisy Chang, Kam
Chung Chang, Hiyaso Dobashl, Nl
kue Nagata, Miki Tokita, Kiyoshl
freshmen meet the freshmen of the
Kauai high school at Llhue.
Mr. Carver has consented to meet
the junior high school half an hour
week for review of the current
events of the week. In some of the
homes no papers are taken and the
class should be a valuable one as well
as interesting one.
All our teachers are In school now
except Mrs. Keahi.
,TUl3 week we have been practicing
for the ball game that we are to have
on Friday, October 21. The girls at
fivst could not catch the ball but now
they do fine.
The boys lost one of their best
players. He went out of school.
The boys are enjoying their shop
work. Each boy has his own tools
and two boys work at a bench. We
have a sawing machine and. a plan
ing machine. We also have a nice
garden. The lower grades work in the
garden. Each pupil has a bed to care
for. Some of our vegetables are al
most ready to be sold. Some govern
ment workers are hoeing hlla-hila
from our ten acre field.
Lihue was defeated by our boys
in a game of playground baseball
on Friday by the score of 8-4. Our
girls however were beaten by the
score of 17-14.
Both the boys' and girls' teams
were successful against Koloa in
playground baseball, the boys win
ning by 37 to 5, and the girls by
21 to 6. Hanamaulu school will play
Kapaa next Friday.
Plans are being perfected by the
pupils and teachers for a concert
and play to be given in the near
future for the purpose of raising
funds for school athletics.
Two mules, the property of the
County of Kauai, were borrowed
last week for plowing the school
Mr. Pugh, vocational instructor,
was a visitor Monday.
The old wooden gate went into
the scrap heap last week a new iron
gate taking its place.
Mrs. Hagood of Kealia is now the
regular school nurse.
The highest enrollment ever recor
ded since the school was built was
noted last week when the register
showed a total attendance of 744
The new power driven saw which
Mr. Raymond ordered for the car
penter shop about two years ago,
arrived last week, but we are sorry
to say that we are not enjoying the
use of it, as the castings were all
broken in transit and new parts will
have to be ordered befor we ean In
Mr. Locke, the Y.M.C.A. secretary,
visited our school, Monday and after
short talk on "Service," told us
about the work of the Y.M.C.A. clubs
The boys were all anxious to have
one started at Hanalel, so we had
n election of officers, who are:
Wm. Steven President.
Wm. Hodge Vice-president.
Oeingo Shiraishi Secretary.
John Kuakua Treasurer.
The officers, with the help of our
good teacher. Miss Cooke, and Mr.
Locke, fixed up a program for each
week, for many weeks. We expect
to have some meetings for all the
people in the village and many in
teresting thing's to be done.
Miss Wilcox has told us we can
have the old mission to meet In. We
can play games and have a good
Geingo Shiraishi, Secretary.
YOUNG MEN OF WAIMEA
ORGANIZE Y CLUB
"The road Is packed hard where
we have walked up and down it at
night, about the only place to go Is
the pool room, we want something
worthwhile to do in the evening,"
was the concentrated sentiment of a
group of Walmea young men who
met in rooms of J. M. (Red) Dunn
last Tuesday evening to size up
program outlined by County Y Sec
retary Neil Locke. The program
la similar to those which are sup
plying the worthwhile clement fo:
thousands of young men's groups In
all parts of the world.
All present pronounced the pro
gram as presented "Jake," and will
ing to give it a thorough tryout. To
set the wheels rolling the followinu
officers were elected:
William Wright President.
Noborl Mujake Vice-president.
Clarence J Olds Secretary.
Wm. J. Ferrolra Treasurer.
The executive committee have
drawn up a three months' program
including features which will be of
interest to the community as a
whole, as well as members of the
club. A discussion of current events
and topics of personal and local
Interest will be a part-of each weeks
program. Athletics, practical talks,
eluded In the line-up. As one fellow
expressed it: "We need something
that develops all sides of a man"s
life, if the physical was the only
side a horse would be worth moro
than a man.''
The charter members' are' J. A.
Fernandez, W. J. Ferriera, N. Mu
Jiko, J. M. Dunn, , A. Wright. Wm.
A. Wright, H. S. Akahane, Clarenco
liteiary and social events are in- J. Olds nnd.G. S. Sessions.
The only trouble with a GO horse
power motor is that every darned
hor-ie balks at the same time. Cam
den Daily Courier.
New Model Needed
The real objection to a butterknlfe
is that it isn't sharp enough In win
ter and isn't like a spoon in summer.
I'tlca Morning Telegram
usmess r Headship
It is our belief that friendship and respect are inherent
in lasting business relations, and are based not upon
favors, but upon mutual service and a scrupulous
meeting of obligations.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
FIFTEEN YlrARS EXPERIENCE IN SETTLING AND MANAGING ESTATES
Wednesday evening. Rev. Royal S
Hall addressed the junior high school
His subject, "Making a Life," was well
adapted to the needs of those who
heard him. We shall be glad to have
Mr. Hall visit us again.
Mr. Pugh spent Wednesday and
Friday assembling the new science
desk and lockers.
Practice has commence for tho an
nual school concert to be held in the
Waimeu Hull, November 19. The con
cert, promises to bu more varied this
year than ever before. A boys' glee
club, girls' glee club, an orchestra and
an acrobatic act will be a part of the
new numbers on the program:
Monday Dr. Southwell examined the
eighth grade for dental work. Doctor
found 246 fillings needed, 19 clean
ings to be done and 29 extractions to
be made. Two hundred and four fill
ings, 16 extractions and 14 cleanings
have just been completed for the ninth
Friday tho grammar-grade girlB de
feated the Makaweli girls on their
field in a marathon game, score 47
28. The boys lost to MakaweH, score
30-18. Slow playing characterized the
Waimea team's playing. If the girls'
team wins from Kalaheo on Friday
they will be the champions of Dis
trict No. 1. The game is to be play
ed at Waimea ut the same time the
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