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THE UAKDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, VXi
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Y. M. C. A. Banquet
Was Big Success
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by S. Yaraada. who told what the
county work meant to the young
men on the plantations; by Miss
Katherlne Cook, who spoke on the
work ol the "Y" In the schools;
by Rev. Royal G. Hall, who told
of the co-operation of the Y. M. C.
A. In community and church work;
and by Lloyd Killam, who Outlin
ed the county Y. M. C. A. work in
Miss Alice Moore of the Honolulu
Y. W. C. A. gave an interesting
talk on "Eessentials." Miss Moore's
talk made a decided hit with her
audience, as did that of Charles R.
Frazier, speaking on "The Biggest
Business in the World."
II. D. Sloggett, chairman of the
resolutions committee, presented the
following resolutions, which were
1. That this convention approve
most highly the work of the county
committee and the splendid prog
ress of association work as out
lined in the reports submitted and
particularly the organization and oc
cupation of new communities espe
cially in work with younger boys
and plantation laborers Including
2. That while we recognize that
other organizations are operating
in the field of work for men and
boys so that it is not possible to
consider all the young men and the
boys of a community as the exclu
sive field of the association) it is
still true that the full program of
the association is essential to the
best development of character, and
therefore the association should
make this program available to all
the young men and boys who de
3. That we reaffirm the principles
that the religious motive is essen
tial to make welfare work vital, ef
ficient and of permanent value, and
that therefore the leadership of our
movement can be entrusted only to
men of tested Christian character
and unquestionable loyalty to the
4. That a careful survey be made
of the county and that the county
committee make provision to meet
the needs thus disclosed.'
6. That a sincere vote of thanks
be extended to all contributors, pas
tors, committeemen, club - leaders,
the editor of the Garden Island and
all others who have helped to make
this work possible.
6. That we thank most heartily
Miss Lindsay and her corps of
helpers from the domestic science
department of the high school for
the well served dinner which we
have enjoyed this evening.
7. That we express our apprecia
tion to the leader and members of
the Koloa Hi-Y Club, Roy Rogers
Jr. Miss Cook, Mr. Hall, and Mr.
Yamada, for their interesting ' pre
sentations of the work.
8. That our sincerest thanks be
given Miss Moore, Mr. Killam and
Mr. Frazier for their messages of
instruction and inspiration.
Following these resolutions all
stood and sang i "Blest be the tie
that binds," and Rev. Bayless dis
missed the meeting with prayer.
NEAR EAST RELIEF
NEEDS OLD CLOTHES
Frank Crawford, treasurer of the
Near East Relief committee, re
ports that $872.04 have been sub
scribed to date for the Armenian
relief work. Mr. Crawford states
that the money is to be sent in on
next Saturday's mail and that any
one who has not made his subscrip
tion should do so at once.
A large quantity of old clothes
is needed to send to these poor
people. Many have already sent in
things. Those who have not and
who have things they can spare
should take them to Rev. R. W. Bay
less by Thursday of this week.
The committee wishes to thank
all those who have helped in any
way in this fine work and to ask
those who have not already made
their contributions to do so f.t once.
Arrangements may be made to pay
subscriptions by monthly payments
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A number of inquiries have come
to this office as to who are the
complaint officers of the Kauai Au
tomobile Club. The following are
the officers of the seven autombile
districts of the island:
Waimea George R. Ewart.
Makaweli E. L. Damkroger.
Kalaheo A. R. Glaisyer.
Koloa Paul Kahlbauni.
Llhue E. F. Wood.
Kapaa A. Horner Jr.
Kiluuea Ray Allen.
TT THEN renewal time
V V 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
first Bank fo
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Incorporated December 17, 18!)7.
Statement of Condition
At Close of Business, December 31, 1921.
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts
United .States Bonds aud Certificates
Bouds of the Territory of Hawaii
Bank Premises Honolulu aud Branches
Customers' Liabilities under LC
Other Assets ,
Cash on Hand
Cash with other Banks
Surplus and undivided l'rofits
Reserve for Taxes aud Interest
Letters of Credit Outstanding .
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu. ss.
I, 11. McCORIMSTON, being first duly sworn, do solemnly
swear that the above is true to the best of my knowledge aud belief.
(Sgd.) 11. MeCORRISTON,
Correct Attest: (gd.) Cashier.
RICHARD II. TRENT,
R. A. COOKE, V .
P. C. ATIIEHTON, 'J ;
Directors. ' ''
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of Janu
ary, 1922. V
(Sgd.) M. L. KTEWART, -
Notary Tublic, First Judicial Circuit, T. n.