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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, September 19, 1922, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1922
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ed summer rates.
After a pleasant summer vacation
and ' with the opening of school
years the boys of the Y. M. C. 'A.
clubs In several communities got
together and elected new officers
tor the present school year. Every
boy had fresh memories of the splen
did time he enjoyed last year. His
club activities will be largely pro
moted by a leader, an outstanding
Christian individual or a man of
decent character. Again as it was
last year the basis of all the club
activities this year will be on Bi
ble study, nevertheless including
service tasks, games, hikes, over
night Likes .and campings, socials.
Starting from Mana, a little com
munity far remote from the heart
of Hawaiian civilization, when one or
dinarily would think It Impossible to
do any uplifting activities In such a
place, and yet In spite 'of the dis
tance,, last year, one of the best
clubs in the county was this one
nt Mana. The officers of the Mana
Boys' Club for this year are Cruel-
ano Domtnlcl, president; Takeo
Imoto, yice president; Fred Weber,
secretary and Sadao Nita, treasurer.
For the first time this year a Jun
ior Hl-Y club was organized at Wal
mea. The membership Includes four
teen ambitious' freshmen students.
The officers of this club are Mune
katsu Morimoto, president; Frank
Wilson, vice president; Tsukaaa Ml
yake, secretary, and George Wright,
treasurer. Mr. Moses Is the leader
of the Waimea Hl-Y Club.
The following boys were elected
officers of the Pakala Boys' Club:
Satoru Hamasaki, president; Kiyo-
ham Katada, vlco president; Mass
nori Osahara, secretary; Manual Ig-
nacio, treasurer. The leader of this
club Is Noborl Honda.
Also a boys" club was started at
La wai: stable camp. This is again
onei of the out-of-the-way communi
ties, three or four miles from the
public highway. And yet none of
the benevolent organizations has done
much uplifting work in that place.
In spite of the many handicaps, the
boys of that community organized
a Y. M. C. A. Boys' Club and elect
ed the following officers: Shigeru
Nishi, president; Hatsuo Tsubakl,
vice president; Kazuo Kato, secre
tary; Tsuglo Nlshl, treasurer.
Before this month is over there
will probably be organized on the
west - side of the island - twelve or
more new clubs. Most of the com
munities have been approached and
the leaders lined up.
Twenty -two Elegant Rooms
in Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine Unexcelled in Coun
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W. H. RICE, Jr.
DR. A. Y. YEE
Optometrist and Optician
will be on Kauai until
September 2G. For ap
pointments Phone 122L,
Lihue Hotel ,
Hl-Y CLUBS RESUME WORK
Prospects for an intoresting and
helpful year of activities In the work
of the Hl-Y clubs of the county are
seen In the way with which the
various organizations have resumed
their program with the opening of
school. The four clubs organized
during the last school year held
meetings at various times in the
last week and drew up programs
for the coming year which will sup
ply activity and challenss the Inter
est of every member and fellow In
the high school.
A conference of tho four club
presidents formulated the following
recommendations and resolutions as
guides to the year's program and
supplements to the regular weekly
meeting and program.
a. County Older Boys' conference
b. Father and Son emphasis (No
c. Providing cheer for needy per
sons at Thanksgiving and Christ
mas. d. Hikes and camps for younger
e. Thrift and keep fit emphasis.
f. Participation in world-wide
g. Help provide moans for send
ing delegates to territorial Older
Boys' conference (April).
h. Promotion of Territorial Boys'
1. Deputation work.
J. Make plans to attend territorial
Hl-Y camp (Just before school op
h. Participation in the contest for
monthly recognition pennant with
forwarding of monthly report to the
county Y. M. C. A. secretary.
2. Be It further resolved that re
quest be made that a member of
the Hl-Y organizations be given per
mission to present the purpose and
program of the Hi-Y Club at some
regular assembly of the high school
3. Be It further resolved that we
should promote more Inter-club ac
tivities. 4. That members of the Hi-Y Clubs
stand for clean speech, clean ath
letics and clean living and at all
times to endeavor to show the spir
it of good sportsmanship.
5. Be it also resolved that we
shall give a larger place in our
personal and club programs to Bible
study. . x
The leaders of the Hi-Y Clubs this
year will be Dr. A. H. Waterhouse,
Koloa; William Crawford, Lihue;
Messrs. Vance and Jackson, Dorml
tory. The recent organization of the
Waimea Junior Hi-Y Club with Mr.
Moku as the leader, gives Kauai
high school the largest number of
Hi-Y Clubs in the territory.
Give your friend a -nice magazine
for Christmas. Send your order to
the K. C. Hopper News Agency, LI
hue. Phone 22-L. Adv.
Y. VV. AND Y. M. MIXER
HELD FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Friday afternoon at the close of
school session, the two above named
organizations entertained the stud
ent body and teachers of Kauai high
school by giving a most enjoyable
"mixer". The affair was very effect
ively planned and executed by the
secretaries, Miss Hanson and Neil
Locke, assisted by Mrs. Locke and
well chosen committees from the
student body, and tho hearty co
operation of the principal, Mr. Bol
linger. An entertaining program was' giv-
en in the assembly hall, presided
over by Mr. Locke, who Introduced
the speakers. Miss! Jean Slsson,
senior, gave in a very charming
manner, a welcome to the freshmen
from the upper classmen. The re
sponse to this was given by William
Allen Waterhouse, freshman, and
he very ably voiced the sentiments
of his class. Several dialect solos
sung by Mrs. Rogers decked great
The guests then adjourned to the
campus where games were enjoy
ed, followed by a grand march to
the cafeteria, ' where the committee
scored a great success by serving
refreshments. All united In pronounc
ing the whole affair delightful.
Dance to the music of Lihue Brass
band at the Armory Saturday night.
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that you very rarely see a Studebaker on the
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in the past two or three years this car out
sold practically all others in its price class
Few Studebaker owners are willing to part
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On every island of Ilawaii, as well as
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