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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, December 06, 1921, Page 9, Image 9',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1021
Too! cabinet Wo. ronM wtih tool a
HONOR ROLL OF KAUAI HI
8CHOOL, DECEMBER 2ND
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A Rare Gift That Wffl Last
Kho Kutter Safrty
Bator Mo. KJ10 with
packago or blades
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No KJS7 S-4
is this fine Keen Id.cr toot cabinet
a pift with the q aality that commands
appreciatifin . Frr hat eood husband
or that graduating hoy buy a
and pet the very ui notch of quality and endurance,
of materials end workmanship. If you want to spend
less, one of these fine, strong Keen Kutter Pocket
Knives, a Keen K titter Safoty Razor, a Keen Kutter
Stropper find Ftrop, wilt be riijht for any man. All
sold with thn guarantee of satisfaction or money back.
Simmons Hardware Company
Tne Recnttectfon 0
Lona After the
PRICE it For
gotten, TrwU M.rt lUcliter!
JL a BIHMOKB
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GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan.- Operated in connectiou with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Make Your Own
Light and Power
Hero is the complete Kohtar
Automatic Power and Light
outfit. Note the simplicity of
its construction, its clean-cut
appearance, its sturdy build
note, above all, the entire ab
sence of the usual bank of
large glass battery cells. There
are but three simple units in
the Kohler system: its efficient
four-cylinder, water-lcooled .mo
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
The Hurd-Pohlman Co., Ltd.,
Dealers in General Merchandise
American Factors Paints
AmFac Red Label Coffee
Yale Locks & Hardware
First Honor Roll
Seniors Kazu Gokan, Edwin Kam,
Iwao Miyaki, Shinlchi Nishimoto, Est
Sophomores Orme Cheatham, Ma
sao Ho, Francis Jardin, Percy Lyd
gate, William Moragne, Richard Rice.
Maggie Scharsch, Lin Ung Tarn, Hel
Freshmen Kenneth Aloau, Alice
Broadbent, Daisy Chang, Nellie
Chong, Hisayo Dobashl, Kiyoshl Ito,
Koichi Kojima, Dideko Mlwa, Hana
ko Nagai, Kikue Nagata, Edene Nale
maile, Tamayo Nishimoto, Eleanor
Peiler, Margaret Sloggett.
Second Honor Roll
Seniors Chow Mol Chang, Minnie
Fukunhlma, John Tachlbana
Juniors May Wedemeyer, Tadayo
Ehi Yamada, Giichi Yokomoto.
Sophomores Masaru Hamano, Shi
eue Kamei, Golchi Kawahara, Elaine
Mahlkoa, Helen Muller, Yoshle Sano,
Frank Thomas, Sophie Vierra, Teryuo
Wataya, Klya Kanemoto.
Freshmen Nee Chang Chock, Kam
Chung Chong, Shlzuma Ide, Yoshio
Ishli, Eddie Kanoho, Risabura Miyo
shi, Tamotsu Naito, Eleanor Ogawa,
Harriet Sheldon Fusao Tanabe. Mikl
Tokita, Yutaka Tsunehiro, Shigeso
m vH Distributors l;
m TERRITORY OF HAWAII ff-'JM
School examinations in all the
grades will be held this week and
part of next week.
Miss Klmura, one of the fourth
grade teachers, has been ill for sev-
eral weeks and will not be back
again until next term. We certainly
Christmas exercises will be held on
December 13. A Christmas tree will
also be given on that date and the
public is invited.
Some of the teachers are plan
ning to visit . the Volcano of Kilauea
during the coming vacation.
Mr. Raymond, president of the
Kauai Teachers' association, has re
ceived a letter from Mrs. Frank
Bunker, expressing her appreciation
of the fine time accorded her during
the recent teachers' convention, and
also for the hospitality shown her
by all the teachers.
The fence around our new garden
is being completed.
A danger signal made by the shop
boys has been erected on the bad
turn near the Kilauea bridge now
Dr. Adams of the University of
Hawaii, and Neil Locke of the Y.
M. C. A. were visitors on Friday.
They gave special attention to the
kitchen and the shop.
The shop is making a pattern for
metal name plate to be placed on our
new gate. The plate will be cast in
bronze by the Honolulu Iron Works
Co., in Honolulu.
We are hoping and praying that
the board of supervisors will have
a new bungalow built for us, as with
our already crowded condition, the
new children coming in next year
will make matters worse.
Plans to be submitted for approv
al by the board of supervisors for
a new and commodious shop have
been made by Mr. Pugh. The new
building Is 58 by 28, and will con
tain engines and machinery, a work
bench for 24 boys, as well as all ne
cessary conveniences for an up to
date carpenter shop.
Our school nurse, Mrs. Hagood is
in Honolulu for a short vacation. We
will be glad to see her back during
the last week of school.
Last Wednesday Consul General
Yada spent an hour at the school
visiting the junior high school and
several intermediate class rooms. The
Consul General made a short talk to
each class visited.
Dr. Southwell is back on the job
getting the eighth grade in shape
On one boy over $100 worth of work
at current prices, was done free. The
eighth grade will occupy the doctor
until Christmas at least.
Miss Hundley spent the day with
the school Wednesday last.
Tight rope walking and marbles
are in vogue with the boys. The
tight wire performances are to be
a part of the carnival which is to be
held in the spring. Some good ma
terial is already on the wire. Four
girl wonders are to be features
the spring performance.
Mr. Ferriera, business manager of
the annual school show, announces
$200 cleared from the November 19
The model chicken house and
brooder has been started. Mr. Pugh
was here on Wednesday to com
mence the job. The care of the flock
is to be a junior high school pro
ject. Down with the high cost of eggs.
T7 y Pennsylvania
EN renewal time
comes, equip your car
with Vacuum Cup Fabric or
Cord Tires and forget the
dangers of "skiddy" pavements.
Forget also the disappointing
mileage averages other tires may
have given you. Buy Vacuum
Cup Tires you pay only for
the quality the safety costs
C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd.. Agents, WAIMEA
Tip Top TheatrE
Wallace Reid in "Too Much Speed"
and Buster Keaton in "HARD LUCK"
"S H A M"
Gertrude Atherton in "OUT OF THE STORM"
Viola Dana in "PUPPETS OF FATE"
C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Ltd., pre
sented the school shop with two old
trucks which are to be relieved of
their engines, for power in the en
larged shop. They are both four-cylinder,
30 h p. Cadillacs and in ex
cellent condition. Those interested in
the shop and vocational projects
wish to thank the Waimea branch
of the store for the engines. Power
for the new shop was an expensive
problem before the gift of the trucks.
Term examinations start Decem
Look out for the big carnival. It
will be a thriller, a wonder, a tick
ler and a teaser, from start to fin
ish. Look for the advertising. Noth
ing like it on Kauai before, and
never will again. Look for the advertising.
LEADERS OF Y CLUBS MEET
(By Clara Murphy)
Did I hear you say you're hopeless?
Oh, you're all wrong.
Tho' you let opportunities pass,
There's still hope for you in a throng.
So grasp it today and hold it fast,
Anil noire... Dtfuln v.m mnttnF
Tm hopolesa."! After a short discussion it was
The leaders of the Y clubs through
out the county were the guests of
Secretary and Mrs. Neil Locke last
Thursday evening at Papalinahoa.
As the guests assembled they were
Introduced to each other and the
mysteries of "Slide Kclley," the
game that is making such a hit
at gatherings on the mainland.
Place cards in keeping with the
spirit of the occasion were found at
the dinner table which was tastily
decorated with the Y. M. C. A. col
ors. "The Why of Leadership," as it re
lates to boys and young men's clubs
was discussed. Secretary Locke told
of the importance given regular meet
ings of club leaders in counties
where the work has proven most
Rev. R. A. Hall in a few words
led his listeners to see the unusual
privilege and responsibility that is
theirs in helping direct the think
ing and acting of those with whom
they are working
voted to form a leaders' club. The
men chosen to head the organization
were Dr. A. li. waternouse, presi
dent; Henry Wedemeyer, secretary;
The next regular meeting will be the
last Thursday in December.
Reports given by the individual
leaders signified the deep Interest
that is being taken by the boys and
young men in the various clubs
throughout the county. Plans for fu
ture programs and meetings will I in
clude Christmas emphasis, a county
convention and the promotion of
Each leader left the meeting feel
ing that he held a place of no com
mon Import in the service of his
community and country in directing
the activities of those who will be
doing the thinking and acting of
The invited guests were George Ke
kauoha, Mana; Win. Wright, Wai
mea; Hamata i Kekaha; T. Horaomo
to, Lawai; Dr. A. H. Waternouse,
R. G. Hall, E. Etnll, Koloa; II. Wede
meyer, Llhue; H. Lovell, Anahola;
Homer Tracy, Kilauea; Katherine
Cook, Hanalel; Abram Kent-he, Hae
na; Y. Yamada, Hulela.