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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1922.
For The Coming Term
The list of the teachers for the
Kauai schools for the coming year
has Just been released by the de
partment of education. The appoint
merts are tentative and there Is
Q no doubt that there will be some
changes before school opens.
The following are the tentative
, Kauai High and Grammar F. J
I Dollinger, Mrs. LouIbq Snead, Miss
' Wilda Counts, Mrs. Eleanor Hobby
0 Mrs. May C. Leudbotter,, R.lss Kath
ryn Mclntyre, Miss Adu M, Morgan,
Thomas Vance, Mrs. Alma 13. Kogi.rs,
Mrs. Edith N. Troeller, Abraham
Wile, Mrs. Katl.erine C. Crawford,
Miss Laura A. McKay, Mrs. Sue
Carter, Lewis Ralph Jackson.
Haena Mrs. E. M. Booco, Miss
Hanalel Miss Kulherlne Cook,
Miss Eva L. Ashin, Miss Madnlltu
Ashin, Mrs. Lena Sanborn.
Kilauea Mrs. Frances Widdlfleld,
Mrs. Juliet S. Akana, Mrs. Victoria
M. Huddy, Mrs. Emily Lewis, Mrs.
Janet Scott Akana, Mrs. Mabol Pat
terson, Mrs. Ada M. Scott, Mrs. Ma
Koolau Miss Lily Naea, Miss Eli
Anahola Mrs. Carlotta Lai, Miss
Carrie Fnuole, Miss Emily Perry.
Kapaa George S. Raymond, Miss
Ella Ah Sing, Mrs. Ethel Amalu,
Miss Rcgina M. Brady, Mrs. Lillian
Hardy, Mrs. Carrie B. Frcltas, Mrs.
Gladys Golding, Mrs. Louise D. Grote,
Miss Hamayo Hamamoto, Miss John
son, Miss Yuriyo Kimura, Miss Al
bena M. Mladnlch, Mrs. Alice Wong,
D. Prigge, Mrs. Alice M. Rodrlgues.
Miss Mary J. Rodrlgues, Joseph H.
Rodrigues, Mrs. Louise P. Sheldon,
Ernest Victorino, Miss Ah Lung
Wong, Miss Alice Wong, Miss Tung
Olohena M. G. Santos, Mrs. V.C.
Wailua Mrs. Lucy AkI.
Hanamaulu Mrs. Winnifred Bridg
water, Wm. J. Ferreira, Mrs. Hilda
Sarajl, Miss Amelia Slaudt, Miss Ja
net Slaudt, Miss Dorothy L. Duncan,
Miss Hollie M. Davis, Miss Florence
Dawson, Miss Carolyn H. Fish, Miss
Lois E. Hunt.
Llhue H. Stephens Simpson, Miss
Mary Akana, Miss Clara B. Anthony
Miss Mamie Bourg. Mrs. Maria Drier,
Mrs. Ruth Clapper, Mrs. Charlotte
Gar.dall, Mrs. Mary L. Gilllsple-Fern,
Mrs. Mary A. Gomes, Miss Lorene
Phelps, Miss Grace D. Crosby, Mrs.
Verna Hogg, Miss Lottie Jordan,
Mrs. Esther Keahl, Mrs. Beatrice
Lane, Miss Hannah K. Sheldon, Miss
Elizabeth Tseu, Mrs. Henrietta Wede
meyer, Miss Alice McMillan, Bach
Yamamoto, Miss Ethel Richmond,
Miss Jane A. Strafford. Young man
to be appointed.
Huleia Mrs. Dora R. Ahaua, Miss
Eleanor Au, Miss Abbie Lee, Miss
Koloa Mrs. Maude Sisson, Airs.
Minnie Aka, Miss Marie Baptiste,
Mrs. Henry Blake, Miss Hanayo Ni
shimura, Mrs. Doris Dunlavey, Miss
Toshiko Ichino.se, Edward C. Lovell,
Miss Elizabeth Brandt, Miss Flor
ence Osborn, Yoshiichl Miyahara,
Miss Yasu Nakao, Mrs. Shellenberg
er, Mrs. Janet Relchart, Miss Kat-
suko, Miss Tseu! Tashima..
Omao Mrs. Chie Miyazawa.
Kalaheo Chester Carlson, George
Betsui, Mrs. Alma Carlson, Misn
Oyoshi Fujlmoto, Miss Marguerite S
Hamamoto, Miss Irene Chung, Miss
Olive Dang, Miss Florence E. Knight.
Miss Anna Mae Johnston, Benjamin
M. Tashiro, Miss Helen Havlichek.
Eleele II. II. Brodie, Mrs." Jennie
E. Avison, Mis. Eliza Y. Chang,
Miss Rawlins, Miss Margaret Daw
son, Miss Clara B. Facklam, Mrs.
Angela Gouveia,, Miss Janet Hastie,
Mrs. Maile Hastie-Claytor, Miss Ly
dia Tyau, Miss Edler, Mrs. D. Ly
ons, Edward Sheehan, Miss Akeong
Tung, Miss Florence Walker, Miss
Ah Pung Woi'g, Miss Jessie C. Ber
ner, Miss Florence Y. Seto.
Makawell Miss Carrie Thompson,
Mrs. Barbara Deverill, Miss Ade
laide A. Fernandez, Joseph A. Fer
nandez, Miss Bertha Fursey, Miss
Ruth Moody, Mrs. Maria Marcallino,
Miss Emma B. Stevenson, Miss Ber
tha Schuffler, Miss Mollie Phegley,
Miss Pelha Jennings, Miss Annie G.
Walmea Gilpin Sessions, Mrs. M.
B. Carnon, Mrs. Nora Chang, Miss
Priscilla Charman, Miss Elsie E.
Ching, Miss Ethel C. Ching. Miss
Rose Ako, Miss Jessie B. Evans,
Miss Susanna Stolte, Miss Harie Mu
kai, Miss Torn! Ogata, Miss Anna B.
Carter, Miss Carolyn Weller, Mrs.
Lucv Wrieht. Miss Isabel Jacobs.
I Miss Gail H. Borum. Miss Ruth Lind-
MRS. ERIC KNUDSEN LEAVES
Mrs. Eric Kimdscn and children,
Waldemar. Alexandria, Anne and
Elizabeth, and their house guest,
Mrs. Grace Daggett Campbell, of
San Francisco, left last Wednesday
by the WHhelmlna for the main
land. Mrs. Krudsen will make her
home In Los Angeles, liei children
attending private schools In that city
and Mrs. Campbell will return to
her home after n visit of several
weeks in the islands.
Mrs. A. Englehard delightfully en
tertained at n three-table bridge last
Thursday afternoon, having as her
guests Mrs. Scott, Mrs. R. Wilcox,
Mrs. C. Wilcox. Mrs. rhilip Rice,
Mrs. W. Crawford, Mrs. J. Smith,
Mrs. J. M. KuIhib, Mrs. W. C. Hob
by, Mrs. C. W. Scribner, Mrs. O.
Olson, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Grand
home, Mrs. C. J. Fern, Mrs. Long
streth, Mrs. J. C. tJamieson and Mrs.
MRS. FOSTER HORNER HOSTESS
AT BRIDGE TEA
Mrs. Charles Fern was the guest
of honor at a very delightful bridge
tia given by Mrs. Foster Horner,
last Wednesday afternoon. Besides
the guest of honor, otbers Invited
were: Mrs. Jay Ktihns, Mrs. W. C.
Hobby, Mrs. F. Crawford. Mrs. R.
Hagood, Mrs. Ray Allen, Mrs. Albert
Horner, Mrs. Wm. H. Rice, Mrs.
Caleb Burns, Mrs. J. II. Midkiff,
Mrs. R. F. Middleton, Mrs. A. Engle
hard. Mrs. Frank Jennings, Mrs. Sam
Carter, Mrs. C. W. Scribner, Mrs.
Justin Smith, Mrs. H. D. Wlshard
Mrs. James Corstorphine, Mrs. H. T
Barclay. Mrs. J. H. Coney, Mrs. T
L. Morgan, Mrs. A. Menefoglio, Mrs.
J. M. Sennl, Misses Blanche Wish-
ard and Lydia Bodrero.
Miss Bernice Hundley, supervising
principal of school of Kauai, returned
Friday morning from a visit to Honolulu.
say, Miss Amelia Tarn Yau, Miss
Bell F. Tsark.
Kekaha Clyde Conwill, Miss Alice
A. Ching, Miss Amol Lee, Mrs. Se
cora Fernandez, Miss Lizzie Kllauano,
Miss Mildred Ching, Miss Oyone Ka-
zawa, Miss Kalminaauao Malama.
Mana George Kekauoha, Miss Vi
olet K. Lua.
Niihau Edward Kahele.
MANULANI TAKES 6000 TONS
SUGAR FROM PORT ALLEN
The Matson steamer, Manulani ar
rived at Port Allen last Friday and
after loading a cargo of 6000 tons
of sugar, the largest ever loaded at
Port Allen this year, departed to
day for Hllo.
It is a noticeable and significant fact
that you very rarely see a Studebaker on the
used car market. This, despite the fact that
in the past two or three years this car out
8old practically all others in its price class
Few Stndebaker owners are willing to part
with their cars, and wlieu they do, there's a
waiting list of buyers eager to get this good,
dependable car at a saving price.
On every island of Hawaii, as well as
throughout the mainland, the Stndebaker
has proved that it is better than most other
makes of cars selling hundreds of dollars high
er. It is difficult to beat in any class.
Have you noted the new low prices recently announced ?
CASH PRICES HONOLULU
Light Six Touring $1290 Special Six Touring $1635
Light Six Roadster $1290 Special Six CI. Roadster ....$1605
Light Six Sedan $1925 Special Six Coupe $2340
Light Six Coupe $1560 Special Six Sedan ,$2520
Big Six Touring $2050
Big Six Coupe $2800
Big Six Sedan $3015
Big Six Speedster $2220
Distributors for Hawaii
S. ICHINOSE, Kauai Agent, Koloa
Phone 291 for a demonstration
pother gaBon.Every drop ca
t pable of vaporizing rapidly
' and uniformly in the carbu
. tor, and being consumed
' completely in the cylinder at
the jump of the spark.
That's "Red Crown."
That!sjuality in gasoline.
Use "Red Crown" and
nothing cJse, and your car
will develop the maximum
power that its makers de
signed it tor ghre.
Fffl at the Red Crown
CTI ! tfgn""a Service Stations,
W) UaSOime garages, or other dealers.
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