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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1922
MEETING OF KAPAA-KEALIA
YOONQ MEN ON TUESDAY
EVENING, JUNE 6TH, 1922
A preliminary to organization
meeting of young men from Kapan
and Kealla was held In the Kapan
armory last Tuesday night and the
work of a Y club outlined by County
Secretary Neil Locke. After a blip
discussion, D. Takata of Keulin, was
chosen temporary chairman, T. toi,
secretary. Thursday night was
chosen as the regular meeting night
The election of officers waft defer
red untlt the next meettrg when a
larger number would be present.
Those present were K. Hee, Dr.
S. L. Chang. U. Watadn, Sam Cl.lng
Sam Waimaioitf, rhung Hce, V. Fun-
ney, T. Do! and D. Takata.
Availing themselves of the vaca
tlon period ind week end the mem
bers of the Dormitory Hl-Y club
spent three days at Barking Sands
anjoylng the flshlrg, hiking and
swimming of that f.n.ioiu si ctlon.
IT. Watada proved to be the champ
fisherman of the camp. Stories ilil'
for reardlng the size of a certain
Mol caught by him, the variance
ranglnp from 6 to 36 Inches. Anywaj
every fellow In camp had some.
Sleeping on. the soft side of a chunk
of lava Isn't as comfy as a feather
tick at !. Dorm, but Its part of the ;
lifo at camp.
A swell time la reported by all
who went. This may include the
sunburn and mosquito bites impar
tially enjoyed by all.
LOCAL JAPANESE APPLIES
FOR PATENT ON TAILLIGHT
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS
The Kauai High School will hold
Its fourth uunual graduation at thj
Lihue Memorial Parsh house next
Thursday evening at which the
..ass of 1922, numbering 13 pupils
will receive their diplomas. The pro
gram for the evening Is as follows.
Invocation, Rev. Chas. Keahl.
Song Selection High School.
Salutatory Esther Tseu.
Song: Primrose Klowtr High
Commencement Address by Rev.
U. O. Hall.
Music (Group of Slave Songs) by
Valedictory by Peter Leong.
Presentation of Diplomas by Mins
Aliua Oe, by Audience,
following is the class roll:
Iwuo Miyake, John Tochibana,
L.irnie Kukushima, Ernest Wede-
i ijyer, Kazu Gokan, Esther Tseu,
( now Moi "Chang, Shinichl Nlshimo
t j , fc.hinklcl.t Nisthimoto. Edwin Kam,
. . i Kong Kam, Motcml Akama, i'et
i . Leong.
WILL GRADUATE FROM
LIHUE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
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I TIP TOP-ICS
U. Dol, of Kapaa, who invented a
tall light some time ago that will
make the numerals on the license
tag distinguishable for a distance of
300 feet, has petitioned the patent
office in "Washington for a patent.
He has placed the matter in the
hands of Talbert & Talbert, pat
ent lawyers, who are sure he will
have no difficulty in obtaining his
The object of the invention is to
provide a simple and effective con
struction of license tag illumination
and tail light structure having means
of enabling the driver of the car
to determine whether or rot the
mCchanBlm is in operative condition
or in other words, whether the ilium-
0 inating device is in operation and,
therefore, that the license tag or
number is properly displayed and
the rear light exposed to properly
protect the car.
The Lihua grammar Bchool will
I. ild graduation exercises at the
i irish Memorial house next Wednos-
.y evening nt 8 o'clock.
The following Is the program for
Invocation Rev. R. V. IJayless.
Salutation Otoichl Fujii.
Class Song Class.
Class History Torn! Mlyasakl.
Address! Rev. R. O. Hall.
Class Prophecy Jennie Dias.
Song Special Singers.
Valedictory Miwako Satake.
Presentation of Diplomas Miss
Bernlce E. L. Hundley.
Benediction Neil Locke.
The following are the graduating
Masao Wematsu, Tal Lum Ing,
Tikio Fujii, Miwako Yoslilshlge, Ki
oml Hashimoto, Henrietta Wede-
moyer, Kanchi Funada, Tomi Mlya
saki, Otoichl Fujii, Itoyo Yamamoto,
Tcrulchi Yamamoto, Chiyoko Sasaki,
Tujiko Yamasaki, Tsuta Sato, Jen
nie Dias, Kam Tong Hu, Leila Aiu,
Yoshio Naito, Hisayo Yokota, No
boru Shinseki, Tsuhomu Fujii, Yo
ENGLEHARD At Lihue, June 8,
1922 to Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Engle-
hard, a son Robert Hind
THE LANE THAT
HAD NO TURNING
Admittedly one of the most ctarm-
li.it screen players, Agnes Ayres,
naw Paramount star, is said to
ahltve a triumph In her firBt stellar
vehicle "The Lane That Had No
Turning," which appears at the Tip
Top theater next Saturday. This Is
a dramatic picture based upon the
Story by Sir Gilbert Parker, the
scenes of which arc laid 4n French
Canada. Miss Ayres portrays a highly
emotional role with exquisite depth
of feeling and is supported by such
competent players as Theodore Kos
toff, Mahlon Hamilton, Frank Cam
p.au, Lillian Lilgl.to:; and othora.
The story concerns the marriage
cf Madelinetie to Louis, and his sup
posed inherltacne of an old e3tato
;n French Ca-adiar. precincts. He
I injured and develops a cripple
'iut his wife Btlcks by him until ho.
himself, ends it, and she marries
Pournel, tho rlgt.tful ower cf th.1
,-roperty. It Is a romantic story
with tenso situations ever dominant.
It is fraught with the spirit of solf
;?crlflce. The picture h.is been
handsomely staged and directed in
THE CASE OF BECKY j
Duvld Belasco's celebrated play, !
"The Case of Beckey," has reached
tha screen and comes to the Tip
Top theater on Wednesday, June 21
as a vehicle tor the talented and
pretty Realart star, Constance Bin-
ey. This actress easily assumes the
nuntle worn by Frances Starr upon
tha speaking stage and gives a per
formance marked for Its poise d
persuasion, and her emotional mo
ments are really praiseworthy. The
story revolves around a girl with
a dual personality. As Dorothy she
possesses a loveable wholesome na
ture, but since she is the t.nwilllng
patient of a hypnotist, he uses his
evil influences to transform n-
to a human tigress whose naturo is
to hate and destroy.
The girl makes her escape and
finds riifuge with a family in the
country, but she has lapses when
l.r evil nature asserts itself. It
is then that she Is placed In the
care of a nerve specialist who will
experiment to discover which na
ture is truly dominant. Trt picture
is punctuated with Stirling dra
matic surprises and carries a ro
mance of tender appeal. And the
cast is entirely capable.. -
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The Lane That Had No Turning'
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