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THE QARPRN lfttUW TI KSOAY, NOV. 28, 1922
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ARBOR DAY EXERCISES AT
THE HANAMAULU SCHOOL
Jimmy Taylor, of tlio Y. M. C. A.,
aooompiinioil by Noll Locke, visited
(ho Hanunmulu school on Monday,
November U0. lie made an eloquent
speech. Ho recited a part of the
Hlblo to us nnd told the . story
about the BiBhop of West India.
How ho roHe from the outcasts to
bo a Christian bishop of India. He
told us some Interesting stories
about Scotland. He closed his
speech by blessing the boys and
plrls of our school.
W'e hope he will come to visit
our school again and tell us some
interesting stories about tUe coun
tries that he has gone thru.
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On Wednesday. November 5. the
children of the Hanamaulu school
gathered for their Arbor Day ex
ercised, because our tree? did not
arrive on time for Arbor Day. Each
class sang songs and recited Arbor
Day quotations. Then every class
planted a Pink and White Ehower
tree by the fence close to the road.
After that the other trees were
planted by the older pupils, while
the rest of the children pulled
weeds until 9:30.
An avenue of Golden Showers
and Tulip trees were planted be
tween the school yard and the teach
Norway pines were planted on
each side of the gates. Eight Golden
Showc rs, twelve Pink and White
Showers, three Monkeypods, twelve
Tulip trees, six Norway pines and
five koa trees were planted.
We hope they will grow and make
our school yard the most beautiful
Our children are very busy prac
ticing for Christmas closing exer
cises. We are going to have a
Christmas tree, a drama, Santa
Claus and exerything. We will sure
ly have 'candy and red apples.
Miss Armstrong came to see us.
She told us that we could write
letters to other islands. We are go
ing to make portifolios and send
one to California, one to Florida,
one to Maine, and one to Alaska
We are going to have the "Red Cross
Magazine" for our school. We re
ceived a letter from a school boy
in New Mexico. He said that he
was in the sixth grade. He wrote
the letter with a pencil. He lives
in Cousins, New Mexico. His teacher
took him a lei that we sent to the
N. E. A. convention in Boston. He
addressed the letter to Mr. Kealia
Kauai, Anahola School, Honolulu,
Tedditory of Hawaii. The next time
we send leis away we will write
our name and address and not just
our school address.
Olohena school came to spend
the day with us Wednesday, Nov.
22. They sat in our seats and we
stood for a while. Then we took
them to the beach at Anahola. We
played games and ran away from
the waves. We ate our lunch and
watched the boys play ball. When
we enme home we were sorry to
see the Olohena children go home
in their truck. They are nice chil
dren. We went to see them on
Excursion to Wailua Homesteads
Grade; 5, Anahola School, Oct. 30.
On October 27, 1922, "Roosevelt
and Navy Day," we went on an
excursion to the Wailua hoinosetuds.
Went to the Olohena school. We saw
many different things. When we
reached Olohena srhool the child
ren were having their flag salute.
We formed lines and marched into
the school ground. Mr. Santos came
and talked to tho teachers.
Mr. Sat'tos gnthered all his small
children nnd put them on the truck.
We went to the heiau and saw the
beautiful Opuekaha falls. When we
came to the Wailua river we saw
an island in it and Mr. Santos told
us a legend of it and here it is:
Long ago a prince and princess
were traveling from one island to
another. They happened to come
to the island of Kauai. They were
not supposed to be seen (luring the
day. As they were traveling, they
felt tired and fell asleep. They over
slept. The sun shone on them and
they became stones. One of them
rolled into the river. That is the
little island we saw.
We came back to the Olohena
school ard had our lunch. We play
ed games. After playing we formed
lines and thanked Mr. and Mrs.
Santos for their kindness in telling
us the legend and also in taking
us from one place to another. We
sang songs and then came home.
On our way back we saw some
ships on the sea. It reminded me
of the sailors sailing out to fight
the Germans. We reached Anahola
about 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Two real A'.v.ertvaK vtru,t '
us last wv Tfctfy w C5u( lv$ '
Tree and h.. .. XUswtatn. ot
the KertutuWf iu Yhy tr v4
great iuservt easrttnin( u
the children. I
The sttvnj: o( suw,Uy iv.t-.t
blew down our tsVn?s;v'.l tl
We will h a t.vtlvkll m N- .
twoen t!e tvy of tva vtvta and
eighth r.W r.et Yst.udair :
terncva. ThU :'.l N th first op
portuni:y t!ui or.io of tho ' pupil ;
and teacher have of wltneinr a '
real American same of football j
Our attendance on Monday .
about JO per cent of the enrollment. '
This was rather hi$h cvusidorivs j
the weather conditions. I
The rain gauge indicates that
nine-tenths of an inch fell here
between Sunday night and Monday
Miss Armstrong of the American
Red Cross was a visitor here last
We have just learned that the ;
county school fair in which all the
schools on Kauai will take part,
will be held at Lihue. on May 20.
The school has been notified that
they are enrolled 100 percent in
all the teachers' clubs and associa
tions with all dues paid in full.
Chickens are being gotten tor
the de luxe hen house. Mr. Riggle
will have charge of them, as well
as the garden. The fowls are the
gifts of friends of the school.
The school garden has received
240 packages of government seeds.
They will be sufficient for the
entire year. The garden has been
planted to" the first crop. Each
boy has approximately 100 square
feet of space. Three additional wat
er connections have been made
which will do away with the water
shortagethat has been a handicap
An excellent morning exercise
program was given the Junior high
school last Tuesday when grades
5a and 6a offered four musical
numbers. Next Tuesday the prelim
inaries of the Anti-Saloon League
debates will be held. A combined
program wil be held as Thanksgiv
ing exercises. Mr. Carver will ad
dress the classes with an appropri
ate Thanksgiving Day talk.
Wednesday morning Jimmy Tay
lor met the classes from the fifth
to the eighth and Freshmen and
told the story of David and Gol
liath. We were fortunate indeed to
have Mr. Taylor with us. He is a
man that makes a strong appeal
to the boys and girls of the 'teen
age, -fully as much as he does to
the men and young men. It is hoped
that Mr. Locke will make Waimea
school a regular for Mr. Taylor on
his next visit to Kauai. Many heard
him at the Hawaiian church on
The teachers are going to spend
their Thanksgiving Holidays on the
island. Several intend to go to the
mountains, and others will visit
across the island.
Miss Hundley and Miss Arm
strong, of the Hawaiian chapter of
the American Red Cross, visited
the school on Monday. The school
joined the Red Cross 100 percent.
The classes in the intermediate
grades will start to make portifo
lios after the Christmas vacation.
They will be forwarded to the
schools in foreign countries where
the Red Cross has made connec
tions, and after reading them it is
expected that they will receive a
reply to them.
Mr. Kubota made a visit to the
school where he visited all the de
partments. Mr. Kubota is principal
of the Waimea Japanese school.
Mr. Wilkins, in the shop, is com
mencing three cabinets, and a large
table for sewing and science work.
Flower gardens around the class
rooms are beginning to show up
well. Children of all ages show
great interest in the flower grow
ing and garden work. New trees
will be set out as soon as they
have been gotten from the Vniver
sity of Hawaii.
BOYS OF ANAHOLA
HOLD SWIM MEET
The TLree-C-ers of Anahola held
a human fish tournament last Sat
urday in the back waters of Ana
hola bay. No records are reported
cracked but a good time was voted
by all. Lrader Lovell was In
charge. ) i
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MANA CLUB ACTIVE
At the regular weekly meeting of
the Ma'na Three-C Club held last
Wednesday, a spirited game of bas
ketball between the Blues and Reds
followed the usual discussion and
business period. Some wonderful
shots from seemingly impossible po
sitions were made by Secretary
Weber. Mr. Kekauoha proved an
impartial referee. Next week volley
ball will be given the first tryout
of the season.
No hunting is allowed on Grove
Farm lands without written permis
sion. All persons found trespassing
with cither gun or dog will be prose
.cuted. G. N. WILCOX.
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