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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 1(J, 1922
The Kauai Telephonic Company
Is Now Representing Delco-Light in
Lihue and on the Island of Kauai
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Following is the honor roll and
speclul mention list of Kauai high
school for six weeks term ending
Honor Roll. Iwao Miyake, Ernest
Wedemeyer, Esther Tseu, Edwin
Kam., Shinklchi Nishimoto.
Special Mention. Ah. Kong Kam,
Shintchl Nishimoto. Kazu oGkan,
Honor Roll. May Wedemeyer,
Special Mention. Doris Au, Kat-
Honor Roll. Richard Rice, Tsuto-
mi Nitta, Maggie Scharsch, Shizue
Kamei, lOisao Ito, Aiko Nakao, Yo
Bhie Sano, Orme Cheatham, Fusa
Mizutanl, Shige Miyoshi, Helen Mul-
ler, Kiya Kanemoto, Lin Ung Tarn,
Teruyo Wataya, Takeshi Gokan,
Frantes Jardln, William Moragne,
Shi.uma lde, Kimiyo Okamoto, So
phie Vierra, Chiyo Dobasht, Percy
Lydgate, Warren Kamezawa, Helen
Wedemeyer, Goichi Kawahara,.
Special Mention Chiyo Kamada,
FTank Thomas, Shlzue Likuta, Yo-
rfhiko Yamaka, Masaru Hamano, An
na Scott, Ralph Alexander Kenneth
Honor Roll. Kenneth Aloiau,
Daisy Chang, Nee Chang Chock, Kam
Chung Chong, Hisayo Dobashi, Jam
es Taihe Hong, Yoshio Ishit, Kiyo
shl Ito. Eddie Kanoho, Koichi Kojl
ma, Osako Miyasaki, Risaburo Mi
yoshi, Hldeko Miwa, Hanako Nagal,
Kikuo Nagata, Tamotsu Naito, o
rfhio Nakamura, Edene Nalemaile
Tamayo Nishimoto, Eleanor Feller,
Hideo Shiraki, Margaret Sloggett,
Fusao Tanabe, Takeo Tao, Mikl To
kita. Yutaka Tsunehiro, Bessie
Wiebke, Shigoso Yamaura, Tadashi
Special Mention. William Alu,
Alice Hroadbent, Sam Dias, Jiro Ku-
nioka, Sakae Muraoka, Kiyoshl Ta-
naka, Takihito Tashima, Yau Kyan
The island judges, Messrs. Silva
Horner. Sloggett and Rev. Carver,
visited us yesterday. We undni-i;tand
that this is to be their final in
spection for the year and wo hie
cur gardens pleaded them.
"l'ho school glee club is relieursinrf
to,' closing exfeic:ses next month
We are planning to givj a fail
and track meei ueiore grauuui vu
to plaeo on display school work
in our shop, gardens, sewing and
cooking classes, for the Inspection
ot the parents of our pupils.
LIHUE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
The school children are making
leis for Miss Wilcox, who is our
representative to the N. E. A. con
vention. Each delegate to this con
vention is to have a lei made by
a school child of Kauai.
Miss King was called to Honolulu
Friday by the sudden death of her
father. The children of our school
extend their sincere sympathy to
Miss Tonini returned last week
and is back at her school duties
much improved after her recent op.
The administration building of the
new school is completed but will
not Be occupied this yean. By next
year the new class rooms will have
We have finished the first test
of tho athletic badge contest, sev
eral of the rooms reached 100 pc
We are very proud of the fact
that our school is 100 per cent in
subscription to the N. E. A. and
II. E. A.
Two of our teachers, Mrs. Foun
tain and Miss Akana, were ill last
Friday but are back at school to
day. The eliminations for the various
events of tho track meet have been
made and the contestants are prac
ticing hard to put our school on the
The Boy Scouts of this school are
making fine progress under Lieut.
The boys are laying off a base
ball diamond on tho new school
ground as there will he new build
ings erected where tho old diamond
We have a new basketball which
the children paid for, each pupil
volunteering a few cents.
Friday our flag was at half mast
in honor of M. M. Scott, late prin
cipal of McKinley high school,
whose death occurred recently.
Rev. Hall addressed the school on
tho life of General Grant, on Grant's
birthday. Many of the pupils were
fortunate to hear Rev. Hall at the
apanese church, Sunday, also.
Mr. Locke was a visitor Monday.
He came in tho interest of pros
pective students for Kauai High
Miss A'.tibel Wilcox made a visit
Tuesday in connection with her
duties as probation officer.
Track practice os going well, un
der the direction of Mr. Ferriera.
Waimea hopes to keep the silver
cup she has held for a year. A dual
meet with Mafaweli is scheduled
for Friday, at Wuimea. A, return
practice mee for girls will be held
at Makaweli on the following week.
Pictures of the May Day festivi
ties are framed in the freshman
oom. The hour's exercises were en
joyed by all pupils, and several vis
Tho trapeze team put on an net
at the High Jinks at Makaweli on
Saturday night. This is the last
ippearunco of the acrobats.
Setting up exercises aro taken
three times a week during the morn
ing period. Singing will bo followed
twice a week.
Mr. Pugh made a hurried visit to
the school last Wednesday, accom
panied by tt.a Judges in the school
FORD MAKES CHANGES
IN CAR AND TRUCK
Persons having interests nnd have
attended previous meetings lp the
lormation of the Hanapepe Agricul
tural Co. are requested to be present
at the Eleele Restaurant on May 18.
at 11 a. m. for the purpose of sign
ing up the partnership agreements.
By Q. C. CHINO.
Closed Models of Former Show Dif
ferent Interior; Are Many
Detroit, April IS. A number of
detained mechanical changes and re
fineinonts l.nvo been made recently
on both Ford cars and trucks. Tin-
most Important Is the use of a new
type H headlamp for both cars and
trucks and for replacement on cars
already in use. it is equipped with
a special design refracting type lens
and a new 21 candlepower gun-filled
double filament bulb. Thy new lamps
when properly adjusted, are legal
In all states, although there Is givi't
increase In road lllumiiv.it ion.
The enclosed models are now be
ing finished in walnut brown binad
cloth, the seats being uphoist -ivd
in the same material with a ch ik.-d
ebony stripe. Heavy floor rugs are
provided and special design lli'U.
have reduced the effort necessary
in raising the windows. Door bump
res Insure tig!ttr fitting, and new
door grips inside and outside add
to the convenience.
Mectvivlcal changes are as follows:
The piston, nnd connecting rods
have been redesigned and matched
for weight before assembling to re-'
duce vibration and give quicker
pick-up. The new pistons are three-
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The crankshaft surfaces are high- j
ly polished to reduce wear and
nmku for smoother running.
A new carburetor gives increased
acceleration with quicker pick-up
and grontor, flexibility.
Wiring System Redesigned.
The wiring system has been com
pletely redesigned nnd all wiring is
in loom w hwe necessary to com
ply with the underwriters insurance
A 16-inch steering wheel is now
regularly fitted and a steering wheel
stop limits the travel of the steer
ing wheel between the positions in
which tl.fi front wheel spindles strike
the front axle yokes. The full steer
ing wheel motion is always in turn
ing the front wheels and the stop
prevents sctralning or buckling the
Peering mechanism after the front
wheels have reached the limit of
their travel. Improvements have
been made in the steering mechan
ism itself by the use of a taper
construction on the steering ball
bolt. The tapered bolt fitting Into
a special tapered seat In the steer
ing connecting rod yoke provides a
onstructlon initially tight and pre
vents looseness nnd rattling in ser
vice. Tiniken roller bearings are now
used on models with demountable
The radiator is now spring mount
d rnd the fastening of the front
radius rods has been improved by
the us3 of tapered nuts in tapered
The crank rase front end bearing
has beer redes'gned, nviking it sim
pler and at the same time provid
ing greater flexibility for the front
spring. The new spring hangers are
in one piece 'to Maintain permanent
A new design cutout Is mounted
directly on the generator.
The ru-nin; brur.l brackets are
of one piece, pr-sjud steel and make
for body rigidity.
A dash weather trough prevents
rain from reaching tl.e coil termin
als or the dauh wiring.
Cord tires havo been adopted as
standard equipment on the rear
wheels of the truck chassis.
A t ew spare tire currier combines
light weight with- increased strength
In the equipment Is to be noted a
new license plato carrier which will
fit the tngs of all Btatea, a new Jack
and a new tire pump.
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