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TIIID GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEHRUA11Y 21, 1922
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THE VON HAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, LTD.
Telephone 585 : : : : : : Kapaa
Interest unil onthusinsm la being
registered around tho high school
the puiit few days by tho fellows
who have joined tho recently or
ganized unit of tho 1H-Y movement.
At n meeting held Monday noon,
Friday evening, 0:30 was chosen for
tho regular time of meeting and n
program was outlined which It Is
hoped will not only mean helpful
and interesting activities for tho
members of tho club, but this same
helpful influence- may bo shared
with others. The purposo of tho III-
Y club us stated in its constitution
is, "To create, maintain, and extend
throughout tho school and commun
ity high standards of Christian
character." Tho fellows rcalizo this
presents the biggest hind of a chal
lenge to each member and tho
club as a whole but they intend to
Wo feel unusually fortunate in be
ing able to have William Crawford,
uslslant manager of the Ahukinl
railway for our leader. Mr. Craw
ford was prominent in athletic and
student body activities when at
tending Pomona College, California.
During his post graduate work at
Columbia he entered tho air service
and during tho war was instructor
in that department, being stationed
at various flying fields in tho Unit
ed States. lie has recently come
from Singapore where he had charge
of a largo government school 'or
boys. Mr. Crawford has 'been con
nected with the III-Y club work in
other places and can bring many
suggestions and ideas to tho work
Our club will bo a unit of tho Hi-
Y work that is being started on
Kauai. Wo have chosen as our
name tho Lihuo III-Y Club, and for
our officers: Ernest Wedemoyer.
president; Hichard Rico, vice presi
dent; Paul Robinson, secretary and
Some of tho members are looking
forward to attending the older boys'
conference to be held In Honolulu
(.n March 30 to April 4. This will
1-0 a gathering of tho III-Y members
u-m the entire territory and will
i lean four days of pop, perspiration
. nd preparation for bigger things
:;i tho future.
Tho following follows constitute
tho present membership of tho Li
hue Hi-Y Club: William Moragne,
Hale Cheatham, Percy Lydgato,
Hichard Rico, Paul Robinson, Ernest
Wedomeyer, Frank Thomas, Fred
Santos, Ralph Alexander, Edward
Pielor, Matoml Akama, Kenneth
Hopper, Ormo Cheatham. Paul Rob
KALAHEO ORGANIZES 3-C UNIT
After u week's meditation and de
liberation, it was the unanimous vote
of tho follows present at the meet
ing last Friday afternoon to st-irt
a 3-C Club in the Kahiheo grammar
Having received tho consent of
P.. Tasliiro, tho popular teacher to
act as louder of the club, Mr. Locko,
county Y. M. C. A. man, explained
tho ways and workings of a 3-C pro
gram and tho mooting proceeded
to cleft the iollowing officers:
Naoki Yokomoto, president.
Lowis Rcholio, vlco president.
Benjamin llnuokaua, secretary.
Yaiclii Kuga," treasurer.
A program of discussions, slorios,
guiles, hikes, feeds and other act
ivities that delight tho heart of a
boy have been outlined.
Tills is the seventh organization
ft this kind to bo started among
tho grammar school boys by the
county Y. M. C. A. committee. Tho
purposo in every caso is to bring
lo tho growing boy activities of a
wholesome and Interesting nature
of a character building and Ameri
The charter members of the Knla
hoj) club nro Halardo Santos, Utaka
THE HIGH SCHOOL
TEACHERS AT HOME
Tho teachers occupying the now
cottage nt tho Kauai high school
waro r.t home to their friends last
Saturday afternoon from 2:00 to
4; 00. Quite a number of local folks
called to Inspect tho new building,
which is about ono of tho best school
cottages to bo erected on tho is-
lund so far. Refreshments wore serv
ed throughout tho afternoon.
Among tho delegates to tho Repnb
llcan convention who returned by
the Clnudine last Friday wero L. I)
Larson, A. Q, Marcalllno, 11. D.
Sloggott,- W. H. Rico Jr., W. O
Crowoll, Henry Aid, Jas. K. Kula,
Manuel Costa, Henry Van Oicsen,
N. K. Ilopli and Sam Kneo.
Ralph Johnstone, of the firm of
Cameron t Johnstone, public ac
countants, accompanied by Mrs,
Johnstone, arrived by the Claudino
Mrs. R. H. Hnnood of Kealia, re
turned this morning from a brief
visit to Honolulu.
U. S. Marshal, Oscar P. Cox, of
Honolulu, is visiting Kauai on offi
cial business. Ho arrived this morn
ing. James W. Pickard, ngont nt Na-
wlliwlll landing, received news this
morning of tho dentil of his mother
in England. She was 78 years of
MULE TRIES TO BOARD FLIVVER
One of the Lihuo plantation mul
es tried to collide with Dill Craw
ford and his now flivver last Frld.iy
afternoon. Mr. Crawford was just
starting up the hill- on the t'.rovo
Farm side of the mill when the mulo
decided what it most desired in lifo
was to occupy a placo in tha scat
just beside Dill. Spectators say that
the flivver was immediately put
through a wonderfully managed shim
my that left the mulo entirely da?
cd and wondering where It would
have to go to get aboard Defore
it could definitely decide tho III"
ol' Ford had rambled right by. No
damages to mule, flivver or Di --or
MANA 3-C CLUB ON
Under the leadership of Principal
Kokauohn, of the Mana school, ten
members of the Mana 3-C Club en
joyed an overnight camp at Barking
Sands last Saturday.
Fortified by an army tent and
plenty of grub the boys had no wor
ries regarding weather or other dis
True army regulations wero ob
served for tho conduct of the camp.
Guards were- stationed on one-hour
shifts that the dogs that put tho
bark In Barking Sands might not
attack the camp. Tho chief cook
had a pot of boiling coffee which
was served with sandwiches at tho
midnight hour to tho watchful wait
ers guarding the supplies.
Tho sea being too rough for swim
ming and fishing skid races and
baseball wero participated in. Fred
die Weber , enjoying his customary
morning beauty nap was rudely in
terrupted by a precipitated tennis
slipper landing on his smelling ap
paratus. Mr. Kekauoha thought ho
hud lost ono of his shoes, but it
was later discovered that ono of
the boys had taken it for a suit
case and sot it outside the tent so
that there would bo more room.
Tho mosquitoes displayed their
usual friendliness, but tho campfiro
discouraged them after the first
Tho following unanimously carri
ed 'motion signifies whether tho boys
enjoyed themselves: "That wo havo
an over night camp every time
there is a full moon."
Ilorita. Fusutonui Yoshida, Kikuo
Kniozukn, Mamoru tJrabo, Knzuo
Kawabala, Kishiu Nagata, Masaru
Tnnakn, Mitsuki Mntadn, Tadashl
Tamakazu, Manuel Gomes, John do
Funtes, Fusuzio Nishi, Toichi Ha-niamuta.
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TO VISIT KAUAI
I am arranging to visit Knlai on
my regular annual tuning trip
enrly In April with hendquarterB at
Lihuo Hotel. Having hnd 14 years'
cxperlenco in Hawaii, besides 18
on tho mainland, enables mo to
glvo your plnno or player piano
just what care and adjustment it
Tho pluno is tho most oxiraisivo
and most abused article in the av
erage homo. It has about 230 highly
tempered steel strings ranging in
gauge from 13 to 22, when drawn
to international pitch, exert a strain
on the frame of the piano approxi
mately 18 tons. Other strliigw in
Htiumonts with a fow pounds strain
are tuned every tlmo they are
played. A plnno out of tune and
out of adjustment is n handicap to
tho performer; as well as listener.
"Lot , me straighten out your dis
cords and create hurinouy in your
Very truly yours,
Pianos bought and sold.
The Garden Island Publishing
The annual meeting of tho share
holders of the Garden Island Pub
lishing Company, Ltd., will bo hold
at tho offico of tho company.- LI
hue, Kauai, Thursday, February 23,
1022 at 2:30 p. m.
Lihuo, Kauai, Feb. 7, 1922.
K. C. ' HOPPER,
All members of the Catholic Bur
ial Association are requested to bo
present at a meeting, to bo held at
the Koloa hall, Sunday, February
2Cth, 1022 at 2:30 p. m.
Assistant sugar boiler or tlmo keep
er. Experience in both linos. M.
G. Cadle- Lihuo. :it.
To Rent phonograph until July.
Careful treatment guaranteed. Ad
dress Garden Island.
Certificate of deposit No. S90, dated
February 1, 1022, for $574.70, from
Knudson Bros., to order of Quong
Sam Sing Co. Finder is warned
against trying to negotiate same.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Rco touring car. Will sell fft cash
or trade for Ford. Engine, in good
condition. Car will niako fine speed
wagon. Call at Garden Island offico.
Ono 2y h. p. Ingleo Gas engine. Ap
ply to Mrs. A. Reicholt, Kapaa
Dining room tablo, 4 chairs, 2 rock
ers, all in bamboo. Inquire at
Mrs. O. It. Olson, Lihuo.
. T. L. Morgan
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