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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1921
The Li hue Union Church choir of voices, directed by Mrs.
Ifalph Eayless, 'will render a musical pi-oi-iiiii consisting of Home
of the sacred compositions of Charles F. Uounod, next Sunday
night tit 7:::o o'clock.
An excellent treat is in store for all who will avail themselves
of this opportunity.
Organ Prelude The Mureh to Vu Ivory, from the oratorio "Redemp
tion." Anthem Send. Out Thy Light Choir
Invocation (all standing) Pastor
Soprano Solo U Divine Halve mvr .. Mrs. Wm. Rice Jr.
Duet, (Tenor and AltoJ-rWurr With the Lord.
Win. Stewart, Mrs. W. R. Hobby
tenor rxlo llierv is a Vreen lltll Fur Air ay
Rev. R. W. Ray less
Biographical Sketch Miss Ethel Damon
Soprano Solo and Chorus Lovely Appear, from the "Re
demption" Mrs. Henry T. Sheldon and Choir
Baritone Solo Li in L'osnente (Even Bravest Heart); lyric
from "Faust" .Judge Win. Achi
Quintet From Thy Love Ah a Luther, from the "Redemp
tion" Mesdames Rice, Ahana, .lordon; Messrs. Doliinger, Sloggett
Offertory Gounod'N Serenade Organ
Contralto Solo The liiny of Lore My Shepherd Ls
Mrs. K. C. Ahana
Antehni L'ruie Ye the Futher Choir
Postlude Grand L'roeesxional March, from the "Queen of
DORMITORY HI Y
At the meeting of the Dormitory
Hi-Y Club last Saturday night the
regular constitution of the H. Y Club
was carefully read and discussed
and finally adopted in full.
In accepting this constttuti6n the
members realize that they are pledg
ing themselves to an organization
that is standing for the highest
things in high school life. Secretary
Locke made it plain to the boys
that there was a great ideal back
of the Hi-Y movement and that ideal
was the development of Christian
The constitution calls for an ad
visory committee of three men, whose
interest nnd backing will help in
promoting the work of the club.
The executive committee and Mr.
Locke will meet this week and draw
tip a program which will provide
.something of interest for each week
The boys are looking forward .to
ihe discussion of Christian principles
which nro included in a course call
ed "Older Hoys' Problems." Listen
and you will hear something doing
by the Dormitory Hi-Y Club Shln
ichi Yoshimoto, Secretary.
MANAGERS DECIDE TO
MEND THEIR WAYS
It Is reported that two prominent
plantation managers. Penhallow of
Wailuku and Channels of Waimanalo
came to the Garri.;r Island last week
on a business trip. After thsy got
here they found that re-d 3tllcat:on
was being held at the old mission
house at Hanalci.
To show the versatility of human
nature they instantly decided that
they had been missionaries for gen
erations. They attended all sessions
with eclat. Whether they had much
training in that line in the past or
not, they certainly made good at it
while on this Island.
Doing His Bit. The man who says
styles are shocking is always willing
to be a shock-absorber. Chambers'
burg Public Opinion.
WEEK OF PRAYER
TO BE OBSERVED
Throughout tlio world the friends
mid members of the Y. M. C. A. nnd
Christian people in general, will ob
serve the annual week of prayer,
November 13-1C-, inaugurated by tin
international committee of the Y. M.
It is most fitting that this call
should come during the days when
the disarmament conference is in
"More things are wrought by pray
er than this world dreams of" has
been the experience of every think
ing person. Our national leaders in
the hours of greatest crisis have
felt the need for communion with
the Almighty. President Harding in
requesting a two minute session at
noon. November 11th, is resorting
to tho most potential force of the
All earnest people who recounizo
the supreme Import of the conclave
in Washington will not only devote
the Iwo minutes requested by thj
President, but a continuous fervent
petition will be in their hearts and
on their lips for Divine guidance in
this, the most crucial moment of
The HI Y Clui) ot Koloa held its
regular meeting at tho h.itne of Dr
Waterhouse. A short business meet
ing was followed by an Interesting
discussion on the subject "Clein
Speech." A numb'-r of new idoa.i
were bro ight out with ih" ronc.ltii:
ion that Genera) Pj-shlu'a tate
ment ls true whu m iid; "Clean
thinking, clean talking and cletn
acting go together." W. O. Smith, a
prominent attorney of Honolulu
s poke to us on the subject of "Chtis
tlau Ideals in Business." We are
having a good time at every ratotln?
and are glad the Hi Y Cl-ib was
started in Koloa.
Inside Knocks. When prosperity
docs knock at some doors, it can't
heard because of the knockers Inside
GREAT INTEREST IN WAIMEA
FATHER AND SON GATHERING
Under the able leadership of
Will Wright, elaborate plans have
been perfected for the first annual
Father and Son banquet to be huld
in Waimea under the general aus
pices of the county Y.M.C.A.
The members of the Pep Club, tUe
senior Y organization of Waimea
have by systematic and energetic ef
fort ' given a personal invitation to
every father and potential father in
the vicinity of Waimea and
every indication points to one
of the largest gatherings ever held
in that city.
That the idea and purpose of the3e
meetings may be fully realized Boas
are being located for those who lack
same and the temporary adoption
plan will work both ways for the
The spirit and progress of t'ae
evening is assured with Hon. C. B.
llofgaard in the toastmaster's chair.
Other men of local and county fame
will participate in the evening"s pro
Rev. Royal A. Hall of Koloa, re
.ently from the faculty of the Uni
versity of Missouri will climax the
thought of the occasion in an ad
dress "The Hope of the Future."
KEKAHA Y CLUB FRAMES
The officers and members of the
Kekaha Y Club met County Secre
tary Locke last Sunday afternoon
and framed a program to cover the
meetings the balance of the year.
Special programs at Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year are con
templated. Practical talks on thrift, banking
and other subjects of interest are
This sort of program is supplying
a jieed that has been a long time
at Kekaha. The young men here are
glad to have an opportunity to learn
about good and helpful things. The
motto of our club is to "Help the
other fellow." We hope to do this.
Our purpose is the promotion of
good fellowship, clean living and
Christian character. A discussion a!
each meeting of subjects that inter
est boys is greatly enjoyed. Signed:
I S. Hamota.
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great buying power enables them to make such purchas
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These facts are worthy of your consideration when
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KAUAI POST NO. 2 OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
WAIPOULI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11
9 A. M.
Horse Racing -
6 Big Races
1 P. M. Mounted Sports
Mounted Sports. The following teams will compete: Grove rami, Lihue, Ilananiaulu, Wuipouli, Makee and Princeville.
Big Steer Roping Contest for Championship of Kauai
The Best Ropers of Kauai Competing
William Kapaliu, Kekaha; .lohnnv Malina, Lihue; William 1'urdv, Ka pa a ; Charles Iluddv, Makee; William Lindsay, rrinceville ; K. Kainipau, I'rincevilh1.
Free Transportation via Ahukini Railroad from Puhi, Lihue and Hanamaulu
ADMISSION $1.00 War Tax Paid : : : : : : : : CHILDREN 25c