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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1922
County Y. M. C. A. Committee Meet
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The members of the Kauai coun
ty Y. M. C. A. committee were the
dinner guests of Doctor and Mrs.
Waterhouse last Thursday evening.
After all had enjoyed the excel
lent dinner the members assembled
for a short business session.
The holding of the annual coun
ty convention was set for enrly in
May. A nominating committee was
appointed to report at the next reg
ular meeting on committeemen for
the ensuing year. Philip Rice waa
appointed secretary pro tern.
Mr. Watada, assistant county sec
retary, gave a verbal report outlin
ing his work of the past two weeks.
He spoke of the helpful results
from charting the boys, the organiz
ation in outlying communities of Y
Clubs and Sunday schools, and of
the interest which is being display
ed throughout the county by the
older Japanese, among whom local
committees are being formed to back
up the work.
Mr. Locke), executive secretary,
gave a brier report of the work
which has been done during the
past year. He exhibited a map show
ing 23 communities on the island
where Y. M. C. A. work ia being
carried on. Thirty-one cluba have
been organized during the year, to
taling a membership of more than
400. Seventy-five boys attended the
county older boys' conference; five
night schools have been establish
ed with an enrollment of over 100.
The observance of Father and Son
week with James Taylor as speaker
resulted in four banquets, two illus
trated lectures and three church
gatherings. The Influence for a bet
ter understanding between the men
and the boys of the island will be
far-reaching. In outlining plans for
the future, Mr. Locke spoke of the
contemplated observance of Thrift
Week, January 17 to 23, with a thru
the year follow up in co-operation
with the school and authorities, the
territorial' older boys conference,
grammar school track meet and
summer camps. An interesting dis
play of pictures showing the varied
activities promoted in the last 12
months were shown.
Chairman Waterhouse read sever
al letters which had been written
by local people commenting on the
work done by the Y. M. C. A.
T. Brandt, tnasurer, In his re
port for the fiscal year, stated that
the year has begun with an over
draft of S2.S00; during the year $5,
910.30 had been secured from inter
ested supporters and $2,060.50 real
ized from the sale of the Y. M. C.
A. house ut Hleele. That after mak
ing all authorized disbursements an J
paying all bills the overdraft for
the year would only be about $500.
Chairman H. 1). Sloggett cf the
finance committee presented the fol
lowing budget for the coming year:
Salaries, 2 secretaries
Auto expenses, 2 cars
Summer camp equipment
Office supplies and postage
Telephone and cables
Conference and conventions
After a unanimous adoption of the
budget the dates. January 813 were
named as the time in which a coun
ty wide opportunity would be given
the many friends of the work to
share in this phase of'it.
The chairman then introduced
Prof. A. A. Huuck, president of
Punahou school, who gave a very
interesting talk on the "gang spir
it" and of the great work the Y.
M. C, A. is doing in providing oppor
tunities for the proper exercise of
the "gang spirit" and the direction
of the energies of boys and young
men toward better things.
The meeting adjourned at 8:46
PHILIP L. KICE,
Secretary Pro Tempore.
"Waiter, I came in yesterday for
a steak. "
"Yes sir. Will you have the same
''Why, I might as well, if no one
else is using it." Jack Canuck.
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1 House - - 12 x 16
1 Kitchen - - 8x10
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