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tiir GAnnttN Island tUEftAYt jaxuakv io, 1922
Dr. T. L. Morgan
Office on Wm. Hyde nice Fromises
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LIHUE SCHOOL ,
On Tuesday the children wore all
at school and they were glad to be
buck again iu schobl alter a vucution
of two weeks. There were alao some
new scholars who entered our
The girls are serving lunches now
to the children daily. Miss Anthony
Is trying to serve as many lunches
as she can.
The Lo;-c o the manual training
are very successful in their work.
They have made a good number of
flower stands, book racks, waste pa
per baskets, typewriting table and
many other things.
The vegetables are flourishing,
such as lettuce, carrots, beets, cab
bages and beans. We have sold a
great many vegetables to the teach
ers and to Borne other people In Li
hue. We are going to learn, lauhala
wearing, Mrs. Fountain is going to
teach us how to weave. The child
ren are eager to learn how to
Dr. Kuhns came . to the school to
examine the children.
Miss Alice Wong is the possessor
of a ticket of admission to the con
ference on limiliiiion of armaments
at Washington, TJ. C. The ticket is
good for December IO.n K21. and
was received from one of her frienOs
in the capital city.
School opened on January 3 with
an enrollment of 6S4, but this num
ber increased to 79 at the enl of
Attendance figures for the lat
term are as follows: Total attend
ance 45 952; absence 2,440; average
enrollment 733; daily attendance
66; daily absence 37.
Our enrollment by racial descai.t
was as follows: Hawaiians 43; part
Hawuiians 51; Anglo Saxons 2;
Spanish 8; Portuguese 152; Porto
Kicans 3; Chinese 2i; Japanese 3!H;
Koreans 10; Filipinos 34; others 11.
Of the above 723 are Hawaiian born
and 12 foreign born.
Industrial work was attended by
3G6 pupils last term. The shop had
141; kitchen 110; sewing class 'tit!;
primary hand work 22(i; sports 5G2.
Mrs. Albert Bush is substituting
in the fourth grade for Miss MImura
who is still ill.
Our baseball captain, Alexander
Wood, is visiting in Honolulu. e
hope he neturns soon.
The garden is in excellent con
dition, the recent rains coming just
in the right time.
The shop boys are putting a new
coat of paint on the front fence.
Mr. l'ugh has puid us two visits
since school opened.
Our llag will be at half mast for
one week in respect Prince (Jupid,
whom all the children remember
as a visitor to our school last year.
ESSAYS IN THRIFT
A county-wide essay writing con
test has been outlined by the com
mittee appointed by the Kauai Y.
M. C. A. Thrift campaign directors.
The committee, consisting of Miss
Klslo Wilcox, chairman; Miss Ber
nice Hundley and John Midkiff,
have made the following rules for
1. The contest shall be open to
all grammar school children of the
fifth., sixth, seventh and eighth
2. Prizes of five, three and two
dollars to be used as the nucleus of
a savings bank accounts, shall be
given for the three best essays.
3. Essays must not contain more
than 350 words.
4. Essays must be written with
ink and on one side of the paper
only. The name of the contestant,
his age, grade and school must be
written on the first page of the
6. The essays are to be the or
iginal, uncorrected work of the con
testants. The teachers of the various
grades shall select the three best
essays written by the children jt
her classes and deliver them to
Miss Bernice Hundley not later
than January 25. .
The thrift campaign is to be car
ried on during the week of January
17 to 21. The speakers selected by
the Y. M. C. A. will speak to the
children of all the schools some time
during the week. The contestants
may use any of the ideas or infor
mation they may receive from the
speakers or . from any other source.
But the work must be done by the
contestants without outside help.
The prize winning essays, as well
as a number of those receiving hon
orable mention will be printed in
the Garden Island. Every eligible
child should not only enter this
contest and try for a prize, but
should learn and apply the lessons
taught by it ea well-
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on the card Saturday night. These
boys showed a tendency to mix
while the Filipinos seemed content
to tap and jump away and showed
no desire to get in and swap
It might bo of .interest to the pro
moters of any future bouts that
about CO per cent of the prelimin
ary fighters on the coast are Por
tuguese boys. It would be worth
while trying to develop some of the
local Portuguese boys, for when
they get into the ring they are al
ways willing to fight.
Nobody figured Kailua and Miyake
in the battle royal, yet they showed
up the best In the crowd. If this
boy Kailua would get in and train
and fight a few preliminary bouts
to get experience it would not be
long before he would be a top
notcher, as he showed the indica
tions of being a good fighter Satur
day night. Miyake claimed to know
nothing about boxing, but he cer
tainly looked a lot better than some
of those who were on the program
HENRY ISHIMURA NAMED
ASSISTANT COACH AT MILLS
(Mills School Jan. 4th)
Completing his four years of in
terscholastlc track work, Henry Is
himura of Eleele, at present finish
ing his last year at Mills high
school, will assist Mr. Hemmerly
In coaching the Mills track team
this coming season. Henry Ishimura
was the captain of last year's track
team which established the two
mile relay record at the Cornell re
lay race last March at Kamehame
With the new coach Mr. Hemmer
ly from the Dennison University,
Ohio and Henry Ishimura as his as
sistant, the outlook of Mills track
team is rery bright. The team is
already in training with many is
land trackmen in action.
There will be a meeting at the
Makawell Community House on Wed
nesday evening i January 11, to for
mulate plans for a basketball lea
gue on the Island. Entries and re
presentatives are expected from Li
hue, Lihue high school, Koloa,, Hana
pepe, Makawell and Waimea.
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