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THE QAftftEM iSLAMi), TUESDAY, SErT. 20, 1922
K. P. S. A. L
The annual meeting was held in
the Moklhana Hall, June 10, 1922,
Mr. Sanborn, perslding.
Mr. Raymond reported (or the
Principals' Association, to the ef
fect that the teachers wished to
meet the financial responsibilities
for transportation themselves, inr
stead of having the league pay the
bills as in the past, and that for
general expenses for the league, the
schools should be assessed. After
some discussed it was.
Mac, that the league conform to
the wishes of the principals, in that
each school should supply its own
transportation and in case of gen
eral expenses, such as track meet
other than than transportation,
should be met by a general assess
ment on the schools.
Msc, that postcards should be
sent to -the schools, to be UBed by
the principal In reporting results
of games, so that a record might be
The following directors were elect
ed to fill the places of outgoing
teachers: Lindsay Faye, District No.
1; Father Hubert, District No. 2;
C. J Fern, District No. 3; W. F.
Horner, at large.
Mbc, that the report of the treas
urer be accepted as read.
Mac, that the report be published
if it could be done, without ex
pense. Msc, unanimously that Mr. Locke
be thanked for the splendid work
done in the track meet. Mr. Locke
said that his success was due to
the efforts of bis associates as well
Msc, that the principals be re
quested to send in suggestions to
the games committee, Mrs. Philip
Rice, chairwoman, for the unifi
cation of the optional rules in the
Spalding Guides' so that all schools
will be playing the same way.
Msc, that groundball, volleyball,
and track meet be the sports for
the coming year, in the order named
and that baseball and basketball be
optional; also that the athletic badge
tests be highly recommended to the
principals for trial. Rules, blanks
for the tests may be secured from
W. F. Horner, Kralia.
The following officers were elect
ed: Miss Elsie Wilcox President.
W. F. Sandorn Vice President.
W. F. Horner Secretary-Treasurer.
Directors for the coming year are
District No. 1
L. H. Faye
District No. 2
Mrs. Flora Rice
District No. 3
W. F, Sanborn
C. J. Fern
Mrs. Th. Brardt
Miss Elsie Wilcox
W. F. Horner
The following is the report of the
treasurer to September 6, 1922:
Hanalei school 80.00
Kilauea school 71.00
Kolau school 25.00
Anahola school 13.00
Hanalei district 189.00
Kapaa school 30.00
Hanamaulu school 42.00
Lihue school 50.00
Kauai high school 29.00
Total trans. $570.50 $570.50
Stationery and stamps 14.89
Bills under J. O. Warner
Bank of Hawaii Ltd
Kapaa school 1921 50.00
Membership tickets 10.00
Balance J. O. Warner 266.86
one-half Exp. 25.00
Hanalei District 110.00
Lihue district 190.00
Kapaa school 60.00
Koloa school 75.00
Walmea district 139.50
Balance for year 1922-23:
Cash on hand '
Character Is built upon responsi
bility. This may be helpful: Other peo
ple have troubles, too.
Few people are so poor that tl.ey
can't boast of at least one rich rela
tive. Every argument has two sides
unless you happen to be on one of
An accident is a thing everybody
thinks can happen only to the oth
It is many qualities united in the
same person, rather than Just one
quality, that lead to success.
The average family medicine chest
coi'talns enough half-filled bottles
to start a country drug store.
Some men think they have to
"blow up" every once in a while or
their employees will not respect
No matter how poor we may be
In grammar ourselves, we will en
joy detecting mistakes on the part
of the other fellow.
The people who suffer because
they are misunderstood would suf
fer a great deal more if they were
Did you ever notice that some
men can behave themselves only so
long, and then they must break
Vegetable Fancy Work
We question whether the greenest
of green young brides could be so
absolutely verdant, but here's the
story as it comes to us:
"I have some particularly fine
asparagus today," said the market
man to Mrs. Youngbride, and he dis
played a bunch for her admiration.
"Picked not three hours ago," he
Mrs. Youngbride looked at it with
"Does it grow like that?" she
asked. "I always supposed the cook
braided the ends of it." Boston
Frederick Weber Formerly
of Lihue Dies in Houolulu
Frederick Weber, former manager
of Lihue plantation, died at his
home in Honolulu last Saturday ev
ening. Mr. Weber was manager of
Lihue plantation for nearly twenty
years, from 1S99 to 1918.
He Is survived by a widow and
daughter and by tour sisters resid
ing in Germany.
Deceased was born in Germany
at Gronau, Hanover, January 12,
1869 and came to the Hawaiian is
lands in 1884. He was an American
citizen and an important factor In
the commercial and industrial life
of the community.
Upon his arrival here he engaged
in sugar planting with August Drier,
who became his brother-in-law when
in 1891 he wed Miss Hattie K. Tit
comb, daughter of the late Charles
Tltcomb, who was a pioneer in the
sugar Industry in these islands.
He was employed as a luna on
the Drier plantation at Eleele, Kauai,
and later went to Kekaha where he
learned the art of sugar boiling un
der the late Otto Iaenberg, later
becoming manager of the Lihue
plantation, which position he held
from 1899 to 1918, when he retired.
Ho had much to do with the suc
cessful upbuilding of that property.
"Majolica pitcher brirgs $C55 in
sale," says Mrs. Fan.
"Huh," sneered Mr. Fan, "He can't
be much of player." Boston Transcript.
Muggins Yes, I'm living out In
the country now. It certainly has its
Buggins What do you miss most?
Muggins The last train home at
night. Duluth Herald.
Dr. Justin C. Smith
8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
. KAPAA SCHOOL NOTES
Our flag pole, which has been
standing for fifteen years, is being
taken down before it falls. It will
be rep'aired and repainted.
We now have 19 girls and 22 boys
attending the Kauai high school out
of a total enrollment of 229 pupils,
or nearly 20 per cent.
, Our errollment. to date is 76;).
This is the highest In the history
of our school.
Dr. Choy, government dentist with
us, Is doing efficient work for the
The school garden has already
been started, and we hope to have
a successful year, weather and seeds
permitting. The county mules will
soon be with us to help along.
Mr. Pugh, vocational supervisor,
paid us his first visit of the 1923
school year last week.
The Literary Digest voters are di
vided between wets, damps and drys.
To get the correct result, add the
wets and damps and divide the re
sults by the drys. Ray Moulton in
friend." Washington Star.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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