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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 01, 1921, Image 8',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1921
ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATION
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
KAUAI POST NO. 2 OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
9 A. M.
6 Big Races
1P. M. Mounted Sports
Big Steer Roping Contest for Championship of Kauai
The Best Ropers of Kauai Competing
Free Transportation via Ahukini Railroad from Puhi, Lihue and Hanamaulu
ADMISSION $1.00 War Tax Paid : : : : : : : : CHILDREN 25c
(on the end of a string) and the
foolish little fish again tried to eat
the string and all.
Two o'clock saw a very tired but
happy and enthusiastic crowd scat
tering , for their , homes in Koloa.
"The time of our young lives'' is the
verdict of every camper including
KAPAA CHURCH SERVICES
W A I ME A "PEP" CLUB
PULLS NEW STUNT
Elaborate preparations are being
made by the members of the "Pep"
Club, the senior organization of the
county Y.M.C.A. of Waimea for the
first Father and Son banquet ever
held in that city on Saturday even
ing, November 12. The fellows are
making good their name and all in
dications point to one of the most
enjoyable occasions ever staged on
that part of the island. The big do
in's will be staged in the din
ing room of the Waimea hotel. Man
ager Kiuizaki promises a banquet
with all the fixings and accoutre
ments that the most fastidious taste
can demand and all for the sum of
an iron man a plate.
As a number who would really
make mighty fine dads are not in
that clabs, sons are going to be sup
plied for them for the occasion.
The "boys" whose hair is a little
lighter in weight and color will join
with their younger brothers and for
get for this one evening at least,
that business is punk, the wife
wants a new hat, and the bank ac
count looks like a two cent stamp
that has been cancelled.
Speeches by both dads and lads
will be a feature of the evening pro
gram. A man well qualified to fill
the place has been chosen for toast
muster. Songs familiar to all and some
built especially for the occasion will
be pepperized by a song leader who
could yank a tune out of a castinm
Indian lump-post. If you can't sing,
this is you opportunity to learn.
An out of town speaker has con
sented to give the address of the
evening. The committee made their
selection after careful consideration
and are positive the man they chose
will have something to say which
will linger longer than while he is
The week of November 6-13 is a
.worldwide father and son week. Ga
therings similar to this one in Wai
mea will be held in all the principle
cities of the world under the direc
tion of the Y.M.C.A., the purpose
being a closer relationship and bet
ter understanding between men and
These get-togethers are always
times of greatest enjoyment and
wholesome fellowship. As one man
expressed himself: "I feel ten years
younger since I attended."
' Get your tickets, pick out. your
"son", or let the committee help
you get one, and come prepared to
be a kid again for that night.
The committee in charge are: Will
Wright, N. MIyake, H. S. Akahane.
G. S. Sessions, Clarence Olds.
Hl-Y CLUB CONDUCTS
The entire membership of the Ko
loa ,Hi-Y Club with their leader, Dr.
A. H. Waterhouse participated in
an all night camp at Poipu beach on
Friday of last week.
Leaving Koloa about 5:00 o'clocik
ample time was afforded for a swim
and some games before supper. The
only six sandwiches, three, pieces of
curred during the supper period,
John Tachibana being able to eat
only six sandwishes, three pieces of
cake, two apples and three bananas.
The latest reports state that' John
has recovered completely and is hit
ting on all four.
After supper in' the cheerful glow
of the camp fire a spirited discus
sion led by Dr. Waterhouse had ev
ery fellow of the club on his toes,
as the subject, "Playing Square," was
verbally batted around the circle.
Each member expressed his opinion
as various points were brought up
and they found that the principles of
fair pluy could apply not only in
athletics but to every activity of life.
A tent large enough to shelter the
whole crowd was made by stretching
a canvas over the truck by which
the trip had been made. The sand
proved too soft for five "of the mem
bers, this coupled with a great sym
pathy for the poor hungry little fish,
decided them to offer the fishioa
something to eat and fn case the
fish didn't want it a string was at
tached so the food wouldn't be wast
ed. The poor little fish had no bet
ter judgment than to swallow the
food, line and all and the sympathet
ic boys had to pull them out of the
water to make them let loose.
The campers awakened with the
chickens, for a half dozen ot the
birds were helping themselves 'with
the remains of the lunch. A before
breakfast football scrimmage result
ed in a heated, score of 17-18. No
casualties were reported.
After breakfast on what the friend
ly chickens had not consumed the
hungry little fish were thought of
again and the kind hearted boys
generously fed them bugs and worms
Next Sunday night there will be
English services in the Hawaiian
church of Kapaa. All nationalities
are invited to be present. Rev. Nor
man S. Schenck of Honolulu will be
the speaker. There will be special
music furnished by Lihue musicians.
The "Problem Disscussion Method"
class is growing in interest, at the
Lihue union church, each Sunday
morning at 10 o'clock. Be present
next Sunday morning and join in the
discussion "How far should custom
determine standards of conduct," and
then remain for church afterwards.
The Gounod musical which fc to
be rendered by the Lihue union
chursch choir will be given Sunday
evening, November 13. This will be
a treat for the sacred music lovers
of our island. Remember and save
"Father and Son" banquet to bo
held in the Kauai high school cafe
teria, Friday night, Nov. 4th. Phone
the pastor or the Y.M.C.A. for infor
mation. The Kauai Evangelical Association
is holding a three-day session in the
Hanalei church. In addition to the
re?dedication of the old Waioli mis
sion there is a very fine program
planned for the next two days. Aside
from the business of the association
there will be conferences on the
various phases of the church life.
Delegates from all the churches of
the island will be present. Rev. Hen
ry P. Judd and Rev. Norman S.
Schenck will represent the Hawaiian
Board of Missions.
KAPAA WANTS HAWAIIAN
BOARD TO FURNISH A
FULL TIME MISSIONARY
The Evangelical Association does
not allow its extension work to be
Sunday school classes are now es
tablished at Kapaa for Chinese chil
dren. Koloa has now been furnished
with a pastor (Rev. Royal G. Hall)
and it would appear that Kapaa
should next receive attention. Of the
ever-increasing population there are
large numbers who, doubtless,
would be glad to have the privilege
of an English service.
A study of their last report re
veals the interesting fact that our
Garden Isle subscribed over 13,000
to the general fund alone, being more
than four times the amount to the
credit of the Island of Hawaii. The
association has 16 churches with a
total membership of 1,039 upon the
THAT FILIPINO FLOAT
Sunday the Filipinos of Lihue cele
brated one of their many holidays.
They had quite a parade with floats
of various descriptions. While they
were very interesting, some of the
floats were decidedly more novel
One float depicted a forlorn look
ing Filipino woman bound in chains
and shackles. Over it, it is reported,
was an American flag. The inference
was, of course, that the United
States is keeping the poor Filipinos
The better class of Filipinos In
the community are declaring that
they had nothing to do with such
a float and that it was gotten up by
a few agitators. And that Is un
doubtedly true. For certainly it was
the work of a very thoughtless peo
ple. The Philippine islands would
be very much In the position of a
fishing worm turned loose in a
crowded chicken yard if the United
States should take oft these so-called
shackles under present conditions.
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