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TITE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 27. 1922
KAUAI PUBLIC SCHOOLS
HOLD 111 GRADUATIONS
The following is the. program of
the Kapaa School graduation oxer
cises, June 21. at 10:00 am.:
Invocation U-:v. I. K. Kaauwai.
Star Spangled Banner School.
Salutatory- Lawrence Fcnvira.
The I,ord is My Shepherd - School
Class 1 listory--Clement inn Rapo.o
Kapaa School Souk - School (llei
.Motion Song-Grade 2 A.
Makalapua- -School Glee Club.
Class Prophecy Manuel Texeira.
Presi illation of Class Gift Satoyu
Acceptance of Class Gift -Abigail
Address Rev. G. WaUai.
Fairy Hevel School Chorus.
Class Poem .Vfthu ,'vnsen.
Play Grai 3 Vt.
Class Will Adelaide Son.a.
Play - Grade 1-A.
Hustle and Grin Si hool (ilee Club
Presentation of diplomas.
Awarding Makee-Punahon Scholar
ship. Stars of a Summer Night - School
1122 Class Song Graduating Class
Valedictory- Hedevo Kim lira.
Aloha Oo School.
Benediction - Kev. rather Hubert
Class Motto "Ambition is the
Light of Our Pathway."
The following is I lie graduating
Masao Akimoto. Kauru Araki. Ah
Chin Apana, Sophie Hid. u Dowuic.
Lawrence A. Kerreira, Misaka H.
Fugiwara. Koichi Higashi, Taken G.
Hirano, HideUo E. Inuma. Kenji
Ikeda, Metha J. Jensen, Hideyo ti.
Kimuru. Sueko Komlo. Nobuo Miyaji,
Satoyo it Mori. Fusayo Morita.
Tsuruko C. Morita. Seiclii Omori.
Paul Prigge. Diedrch Priggo. Jr..
Clementina G. Kapoy.a, Gmrgiana (!.
Rapoza. Adelaide Souza, Lawrence S.
Souza. Joseph Victorino, Nolmo K.
Watamura, Kisako Watanabe, Jun
ichi Yamada. Hatsiino R Yamaila,
Kihoto i. Yoshidu, Mill Kwang llo.
ln 2!) school days, from April 17
to May 31. our school kitchen serv
ed 14,0811 lunches at 2Vi cents eacli.
MAKAWELI SCHOOL NOTES
(Miss C. A. Thompson)
The graduating exercises of the
eighth grade of the Makuweli school
took place at the Community House
on the evening of June 21. The pro
- gram was us follows:
Song, "America" by the School
Playlet, "Klsie in Dreamland."
Duet Dorothy Thompson and Miss
Welcome, by the Class of 11122
Class Prophecy Kinichi Nishimura.
Song, "Hawaii Poni," School Cho
rus. Presentation of Picture by Class
of 1922 diaries Hammond.
Song, "The Happy Cottager," by
Farewell Address Edward Catscn
ha. Class Address and Presentation of
Diplomas by Dr. Carver.
The school choruses were under
the direction of Airs. Mareallino and
were especially excelkr.t.
The week that school let out
marked the passing of Hie old to
the new us we moved from t h old
school site to the line new one.
The view of the new site alone is
enough to inspire us to greater ef
forts and I am sure both t uchers
and pupils will feel a new inspira
tion in September when school op
ens. The new building is equipped with
a library of fine books ami maga
zines. There will also be homo uew
pictures, copies of good paintings,
to add to tlie cheerfulness of our
surroundings. We are also planning
to have more good pictures with
a view of studying the painters and
other facts concerning them A
p',ano is also a part of the new
equipment of the ntw building which
will help greatly with our music.
Something else we are going to be
allowed the benefits of the new ra
dio receiving outfit at the Commun
ity House during school hours niKt
Mr. Joseph will be with us next
fall am! we expert to have a school
garden that will be a credit to the
school. so. work hard tins sum
mer, children, anil be ready for the
opening of school at our new site.
Whim we come together again we
are going to work harder and play
more and have the happiest time
we have ever had any year at Ma
Makaweli school made a good show
ing In the first water meet held last
month at Vaime:t. Charles Hammond
took first place in the high dive,
th'rd In the Jack-knife dive and
third in the 40 yard and long C.fa
thance swim. August Cahasina took
fourth in Hie 40 yard swim and the
long distance swim.
The YVaimea school presented di
plomas to 2!i ruiltiutxs at their
commencement e orrises last Thurs
day evening. Ilev. II. W. Ilayless
gave tic priucipil addres.--. of the
evening. Anions t'le honor graduates
from the school was Joseph Apao
who has mad' a creditable name
as an all around athK'te while In
The following is the
program of the Vainioa
Munv-Sl-ir Sp; ngled
I it v icilion Ilev. liaybv.s.
Son;;: "Awake. Awake" --- Waimen
Junior High School Corns.
Address "America anil Manhood"--Itev
Awarding of Diplomas -CI. S. Ses
Sing: "Closing Time lias Come'
- Junior High Cimrus.
Song. "Aloha .')..'- liy All.
The following Is the list of gradu
ates of Waimea school:
Joseph Apao, Auihviv Leoki, ('-,
Wright. Julia Apao, Kikue Morizaki
Misao Tsuruya. Sue Moe Ching,
Kddio Piipuir, Isao Seto, Ah Ymi
Hen Chung. Tsuk.isa Miyakr-, Slilge
Xishikawa, Satoril Hamasaki, Mui'e
katsii Morimoto, . Nancy Wohlers,
Hotoku lnafiiku, Kenchi Matsuniura,
.Ytyoko Kagawa, Chiyoko Kakuda,
Masao llarada. August Perry, Fu
miyo Taniguchi, Yoshlko Takata,
Frank Wilson, Shi;;e Matsunioto, Ta
dao Yaguchi. Nobuyoshi Matsuki, Sa
kai Yamaclrka. Arika Honke.
The Anahola school graduated Its
first class in the history of Hie
school last. Til'Niluy sifiernoon, when
diplomas were presented to eight
students. The program was as fol
lows: America School.
Song, "Slimmer" School
F.ssay. "The Wide, Widi
- (Ira ce Wada.
Class Poem. "Cioodbye
School" Kd will Tanigawa.
F.ssay, "The Bible" -Henry Wada.
F.ssay, "Joys of School" Hubert
Class Prophecy Lincoln Kanai.
Class I listory Sarnie I Kale'ohl.
Preseiital ion of Class Picture
Presentation of Diplomas Mrs.
Presentation of Flowers and Leis
P.elledict ion Jlli'ge I'll uk i.
Refreshments and Gaim s.
The followi'g is the graduating
class if Anahola school:
Grace Wada, Robert Haniamiira.
Henry Wada, Kdwin Tanigawa, Lin
coln Kanai, Samuel Kaleiolii, Mar
garet Lai, Albert Nakeo.
TO SIX GRADUATES
The Handed school held its com
mencement exercises last week and
presented diplomas to six graduates
The principal address was made
by Kev. K W. Hayl
ing Is Die prom-am:
Song ( I hoi us I Proud
Im ocal it'll.
Song- Glee Club.
Address- liev. I;. W.
So: g ( ( 'horils I - Here
Presentation of Diplomas Miss
Ruth Ageka, Jlildr'd Takuba, John
Kuakua. Clinton ShiraKhi, William
Stevens. Clifford Takenaka..
Presentation of Diplomas
Regular services in the Lihue
I'nioii church will be discontinued
duri: g the monih of July, tin i;---
tor. Rev R. W. Ilayless. and fam
ily will be in Honolulu, attending
the annual neet'iig of the Hawaiian
F.YMiirel,' i. Association during the
first part of the month a; d will
remain there tor their vacation.
KAUAI HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
CLASS OF THIRTEEN
. At 1'ie Tii I who Mi.vnke, inrsitlcut of the class of 11(22. First How lliu 'I'm liihana.
Minnie l-'iikiishiina, Kazu (lokan. Second 1!ow All Kong Kitin, Chow M oi Clian", Shinkiclii
Nishinmto. Third How Ernest Wcclemevcr, Esther Tseti, Motomi Akatna. l-'onrlh l!nw 1M
win Kain, Shiniehi Nishimoto. Peter Leong.
Thirteen grarluates of the Kauai
high school were presented their
diplomas last Thursday evening at
the conimeiiceinert exercises at the
Lihut Memorial Parish House.
The principal address of the ev
ening wa'i made by Rev. Hoyul (1.
Hall, who gave the graduates some
very timely advice at. this important
stage of the young people's lives.
Ksthor Tsi u was the salutatorian
and spoke on "The Waste of War,"
and Peter Leong was the valedic
torian, and his address was the
"Lure of Mie Impossible." Musical
numbers by the high school and
liie high school" chorus were one of
I ' pleasing parts of the program.
Following was the program:
Invocation- Itev. Chan. Keahl.
1&L W , ft
Song 1 Selected 1 High School.
Salutatory Esther Tseu.
Song, "Primrose Flower" High
Commencement AddressRev. R
Mus:c, Group of Slave Songs
Presentation of Djplomas Mss
Valedictory Peter Leong.
Aloha Oe Audience.
President -- Iw 10 Miyake.
Y: I': .:.!. n" Jjl.n T. i hibana.
Treasurer -Minnie Fukushima.
Secretary Kazu Gokan.
Class Advisor Mrs. M, C Lead
bi'tter. CLASS ROLL
Iwao Miyake, John Tuchibauu.
t -' v ' i.-r K i
Minnie Fukushima, Ernest Wedf
meyer, Kazu Gokan, Esther Tseu,
Chow Mot Chang, Shinichi Nishi
moto, Shinkiclii Nlshiinoto, Edwin
Kam, Ah Kong Kam, Motomi Akama,
Peter Leoi g.
HONOR STUDENTS OF
KAUAI HIGH SCHOOL
The following studuits of the Ka
auai high school, by diligently ap
plying themselves to their work
have named their right to have their
names placed upon the honor roll
for the mouth of June:
Honor Roll 1. Edwin Kam, lwao
Moyake, Shinkichi Nish'moto, John
Tachibana, Esther Tseu. Sp'Vial
Mention J.innie Fukushima, Shin
ichi N'itliimoto, Kazu Gokan, Ernest
Honor Roll I Doris Au, Junrhi
Sakimae. Katsmuu Tanimoto, May
We i'Miieyer. Special Mention - Gi
Honor Roll 1 -Hale Cheatham,
Orme Cheatham. Tale shi Gokan. Ma
sao lto. perry Lydgite. William .Mor
aglle. Tsutojnil Xilia, Richard Rice,
Maggie Siharxrh. Sophie Vierra,
Helen Wed' -meyer. Special .Men
tion -Shizunia Ide. Shi--.ii Kamei,
Kiya Kanemoto. I'u-a .Vizula' i, Aiko
Nakeo, Helen Mull-r, Kiimyo Oka
nioto, Yoshie Sano, Lin I'ng Tarn.
Frank Thomas. Teruyo Walaya.
Honor Roll Keiin.ith Aloiuu,
The district water meet was held
on Monday in the Waimea river.
Several hundral school children and
grown-ups enjoyed the dives and
races. Some spectacular (Uvea were
made by Ezra Nichols of Eleele,
Charles Hammond of Makaweli, and t
Sliige Xishikawa and Andrew Lea
iki of Wninnn.
Waimea ar.d Kekaha combined
their ba-eball teams, but took de
feat from the combined teams of
Makaweli and Fleele. The score
was M-ln in an eight inning game.
After the ball ganii' a light lunch
was served and, then Mrs. Snead,
Mi. Harlow. Mrs. Wright and Mrs.
Chang took the freshmen and tha
"ighth grade visitors for two hours
of games. At ! o'clock. S.iss Thomp
son, Mr. Itrodie and Mr. Connell
withered their ienpective classes
!ogi liior and the party ended. Wai
mea school is happy to be the hosts
.0 such a pleasing untl promising
group of eighth graders as were
with us 011 Monday.
The following leathers will spend
1 be summer in Honolulu: Miss lsark,
.Miss 1'iyer. .V.ss Ako, Miss Kthel
Ching, .Miss Klsie Ching, Miss Ogata,
Miss Mukai. Mrs. Cannon and H.'rs.
( hong. Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Clap
per will remain on Kauai for most
of the summer. Miss ('barman ex
pects to visit both Maui and Ha
waii. Mrs. Snead, MJss Iiarjow and
Aliss Weller will go to the coast for
a trip. Mr. Fi rreira will likely re
main on Kauai.
Tin 1 eighth grade graduation ex
ercl. es on Thursday night were well
attended. Rev. Ilayless delivered u
splendid address. Mrs. Wright led
tin.- eighth graders and the Junior
high school in two well rendi red
songs. The twenty-nine eighth grade
graduates will all return to be fresh
men next year.
(From the Makaweli News)
The tw o not able leaders in the
Philippines, Hon. Quenzon and Speak
er Osmena, were in Honolulu a
short time ago, in route to Wash
ington. These men are heading a
delegation to Die President to pre
sent a petition for independence.
The Fil piuos in Honolulu exteiubul
their hearty Aloha to them in pass
At a meeting in honor of these
men. they gave the following ad
vice to the Filipinos in Hawaii:,
Work hard, be thrifty and save
your money for we nevi v know
when hard times come. Work stead
ily and honestly. Don't waste your
time. Learn everything that you
tan for you have great opportuni
ties here in Hawaii and will need
that if you return to tin. Philip
pines. Their last words, to us, are so
important that wish every reader
lo always keep that in mind.
You are the representative of the
Philippine islands urn!, whatever you
do her, 1 reflects the whole Philip
pines. So conduct yourself rightly.
Lot your action speak of what you
ere, and not your mouth. Be real
ninii at heart and loyal to your
'ountry. Keep away from bad con
duct. Try always to help your
Mrs. A. G. Kaulukou and son re
turned 10 Kauai this morning on
Daisy Chang, Nee; Chang Chock,
Kam Chun;; Chock, Hisayo Dobashi,
James Taihe Hong, Klyoshi lto, Ko
iohi Kojima, Jiro Kunioka, Hideko
A.liwa, Osako Miyoshi, Risaburo Mi
oshi. Hanako Nagata, Tomotsu Nai
to, Yoshio N'akamura, Edeiiei Nalei
niaile, Tomoyo Nishiinoto, Eleanor
(Jgawa, Eleanor Peiler, Harriet Shel
don. Hideo Shiraki, Margarett Slog-g'-ll,
Fusao Tanabe, Takeo Tao, Ta
kihiko Tashinia, .Milu Tokita, Yau
I yam Yi.ng. Special Mention Nel
lie Chong, Sam Diat, Yoshio Ishii,
I ddie Kanoho. Helen Morgan, Shi
h iu Sugawa, Kiyoshi Tanaka, Bes
sie Wiebke, Meha Williamson, Ta
dashi Yasuda, Yiyoshi Tanaka.
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