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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, XuV. 2. Iti22
Taylor Lecture on
Jimmy Taylor, traveler, lett.irrr
and soldier, presented two lecturoH
last week, Illustrated with pictures
taken by himself during his 3o
years In India. The beautltics and
wonders of the Indian archltc lure
and scenery were shown in a l uge
number of slides. Modes of travel
and living, and the tortuous n.ulh
od by which the religious families
seek to find solace for his hungry
soul, were seen In pictures which
had been collected by the lecturer.
Among the most Interesting siules
presented were those of leopards and
other wild animals which had been
caught In their native habitat c.ne:t
at the risk of life and limb of the
picture taker. The first lecture .iv
en Wednesday night In Waimea
packed the auditorium of the Ha
waiian church. Thursday night the
Hawaiian born young people of Li
hue and vicinity met In the tho
Memorial Parish house and after
a social period in the early part of
the evening enjoyed the pictures
and descriptions given by Mr. Tuy
lor from his many years In the
great empire of India.
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- FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Waimea Fathers and
The dining room of the Waimea
Hotel was filled to capacity and
the overflow side-room pressed In
to service lust Wednesday night
at the second annual Father and
Son b.niiiuet and evening of fellow
ship participated in by Ihe men
and boys of Waimea.
A most appolizit:g dln'ier was
served by Chef Kanzakl, the lrtues
of which were recognized (audibly)
by the entire company of SO ban
queters. Under the leadership ot Ceorge
Kekauoha, songs In keeping with
the occasion were sung In compet
itive and mass formation by ihe
Dads and Sons.
Toastmaster Clutterbuck called
the meeting to order and In a few
well chosen remarks stated the
purpose of the gathering anil Intro
duced the first speaker of the ev
ening, M. A.orimoto, who spoke on
the subject. "The Why of the Hi
Y." Dr. M. E. Carver took us his
topic, "Our Greatest Asset, Our
Hoys." "Dad, a Fellow's Best
Friend," was ably handled by N.
Miyakl. K. Kubota spoke In Japan
ese presenting the "Relationship of
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Japanese Evangelist is
Coming to Kauai Soon
Rev. K. Imai, formerly a Duddhlst
priest, but now one of Japan's most
noted Christian evangelists, will ar
rive on Kauai Saturday, llecember
2, and will lecture on "Why I Left
r.uildhism and Became a Christian
Ills first lecture will be at the
Japanese Theater, Kapaa, Saturday,
evening, December 2. Sunday morn
ing at 0:30 he will speak at the
Koloa Japanese church, and 2 p.m.
at the Community House, Makawell.
At 7 p.m. Sunday he will speak at
the Waimea Japanese church. Mon
day evening at 7 o'clock he will
make an address at the 'Tip Top
theater, Lihue, and at the Koloa
church on Tuesday evening at 7
Father and Son." U. Watada acted
as interpreter. After an Intermission
of songs. Jimmy Taylor was Intro
duced for the address of the even
ing and for 45 minutes held the un
dividi d attention of his listeners as
ho told of his travels thru the coun
tries of the world and challenged
the fathers present and the older
brothers to give their sons and
brothers the example and leadership
which would call out the highest
ard most desirable qualities In de
veloping their lives.
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Y. M. C. A. CLUB
The leaders of the various Y. M.'
C. A. clubs throughout the county
were the guests of Secretary Locke,
and Mrs. Locke, last Thursday ev
ening, the gueBt of "honor being
James Taylor of Honolulu.
Following the dinner hour Mr.
Taylor told In an Informal way of
his many years experience In religi
ous work with boys and young men
and of the transformations he had
witnessed In the lives of countless
fellows who had come to know and
accept the uplifting and sustaining
power of the Christian religion. Il
lustrations from his own experience
as soldier and welfare worker In
circumstances where nothing but
a power greater than his own and
outside of himself carried him thru,
were cited.. Implicit trust In the
proven promises of God as they
are given in the Bible has been
the source of greatest help and
inspiration throughout his life. The
same help Is available today for
all who accept God at His word.
The leaders went back to their
respective fields of work feeling
that there is a reality In the unseen
things. That the power that can
take a drunken soldier and make
of him a man of force and Influ
ence for good wherever he goes is
a tangible, real and desirable pos
session. ANNUAL PLANTATION
PROGRAM FOR 24TH
(From Makawell Plantation News)
The annual plantation Christmas
Tree Entertainment will be given
at the Community House on the ev
ening of December 24th. Ot course,
old Santa Claus will be there and
he will arrange to have a finely
decorated and lighted tree occupy
the center of the stage. In addition
to this there will be a program,
several numbers of which will be
given by the public school and Jap
anese school children.
So don't forget you have a date
with Santa Claus at the Community
House for the evening of December
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