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SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922.
SEVEN Special Teaching of Music to be Cut from High School's Course Maui High School's teaching force will be reduced by two next year to meet the demands for economy in the department of public instruction. Mc Kinley High School and Hilo High School are considerably harder hit and their forces much more seriously curtailed. At Hamakuapoko the ser vices of a regularly appointed special teacher of music and of the physical instructor will be dispensed with. On the subject of the necessary re trenchment, Mrs. Judd said: "Due to the retrenchment to which the department of public in struction feels it necessary to sub scribe to, Mrs. J. C. Villiers' position of special teacher of music at Maui Hieh School has been cut out. The school is called upon to get along with 13 instead of 15 teachers next year. aT Naturally I was advised to cut out one day a week position inasmuch as it counted with the department the same as a full time teacher. The phy sical training position also has had to go by the board. "This does not mean that these two divisions of work will not be carried on next year somehow by the other teachers. I want to have it very plain that I consider both positions as very important and that. Mrs. Villiers has done splendid work at the school. It Is purely and simply a retrenchment program that has been necessary to meet the requirements of the depart ment. "To show our faith in Mrs. Villiers I have invited and urged her to con sider a proposition of coming to the school at least one day a week and giving private piano lessons to pupils who could not otherwise avail them selves of the opportunity. This she has consented to do. Personally I think this will be a splendid service to the school. Everyone knows of her marked ability in this field. "The alternative proposition, so far as 1 can see, is for the parents Inter ested to subscribe to the salary paid her by the department of public in truction and thus keep her at her old work." STATEMENT OF THE COST OF THE MAKAPIPI BRIDGE, DIS TRICT OF HAN A, COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII I. MATERIALS . .. $ 898.54 Lumber fl96.81 Form Oil 0 Hardware 59.30 Steel - 386.54 II. A. B. C. D. E. LABOR . A. Gathering Rock and Sand Handling Steel 32.40 Cement 248.09 $1,035.30 $157.26 III. B. C. D. E. F. G. Removing Forms and Falsework 129.65 FREIGHT AND TRANSPORTATION . A. S. S. Freight on Cement $ 46.40 S. S. Freight on Steel 28.01 Commencement Week At High School Near Next week marks the ending of the school year at Maul High School as the other government schools and the senior class Is busy with final pre paratory schools, some of them to enter higher Institutions. On Sunday the baccalaureate ser mon will be preached by Rev. J. C. Villiers at the morning services in the Church of the Good 'Shepherd. Wednesday evening, June 21, at :he Paia Community House, the com mencement exercises will be held and Rev. A. V. Palmer of the Central Union Church will deliver the gradua tion address. The graduation class Is composed of Edward Hair, president; Ralph Baldwin, secretary; Richard Penhal low, valedictorian; Bernice Corell, salutatorian and Ngan Kim Lum, Flora Nunes, Helen Palmatier, David Penhallow, Kiwo Soong, Christine Williams, Ruth Whitehead and Yone Yoshimoto. Christian Endeavor senior 1:00 to ' 2:00 p. m. : Every Wednesday church meeting : 7:30 to 8:00. f Every Friday church meeting 7:30 to 8:00. I Church of the Good Shepherd Sunday, June 18th. Holy Communion at 8 A. M. Sunday school at 10 A. M. Morning Worship at 11 o'clock. At this service the Baccalaureate sermon to the 1922 graduates of the Maui High School will be preached. The parents and friends of the young people, and all interested in educa tion, are cordially invited to the ser vice. J. Charles Villiers, rector. P. O. Box 86 Phone 135 DR. H. K. TATEKAWA, O. D. Office in the Home Supply Co., building Kahului. Office Hours: 8 to 12 A. M., 7 to 8 :30 P. M. Sundays 8 to 12 A. M. The Community Church, Lahalna W. A. Tate Ph. D. Minister. Series held in Baldwin Kindergar ten the second and fourth Sunday In the month. Bible School at 10 A. M. plantation time. You are cordially Invited to attend these services. Handling Cement 41.14 Forms and Falsework 384.29 Bending and Placing Steel 180.36 Mixing and Placing Concrete 110.20 $ 222.67 B. C. D. E. F. Repair and Hauling Concrete Mixer Gasoline . Oil . IV. Heavy Oil and Grease INCIDENTALS . 36.00 82.75 24.01 5.50 $ 69.75 TOTAL COST (Wear and Tear of Trucks not included.) (Engineer's Time not Included.) REJECTED TENDER E. C. Mellor $2,226.26 $4,000.00 TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) S. S. COUNTY OF MAUI. ) A. P. Low," being duly sworn on his oath, deposes and says that he Is the County Engineer for the County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, that the - above and foregoing is a full, true and correct statement tor the Best of his knowledge and belief of the cost of the construction of the Makapipi Bridge, District of Hana, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, constructed by the County of Maul, and also a full, true and correct statement of the amount of the rejected tender for said work received after public advertisement for sealed tenders as provided by law. A. P. LOW. Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 15 day of June, 1922. E. R. BEVINS, Notary Public, Second Judicial Circuit, T, (June 16.) Halehaku Children Have Fudge Party Halehaku School Peahl, Maui, T. H. June .9, 1922. Editor Maul News, Dear Sir: I did not write to you for a long time, but today we had good fun so I am going to tell you about it. Yesterday the County sent a stove for the teacher's cottage. This morn ing we went to see the cottage. There are six rooms and 10 doors. The rooms are the living room, kitchen. bedrooms and bathroom. There are three bedrooms. They belong to Miss Emmsley, Mrs. Hee and Mrs. Crockett. each room has a closet. When we were through looking at tne cottage the boys went back to the schoolroom and drew something that our teacher had drawn on the board for us, then she told us that we were going to celebrate and make fudge. We needed cocoa, sugar, milk and butter to make it. First we put four cups or sugar in the cook pan. Then we put half cup of cocoa and half cup of sugar in another cup and mixed it up. We put a small cup of milk in the sugar and put the sugar on the stove and boiled it. When it began to boil we put in the cocoa. We could stir as much as we wanted to. When we wanted to know whether it was done or not we put some drops of it into the cup of cold water. If it be comes a ball we know that it is done, Then we put it into a cake pan that was 10 inches long and seven inches wide. We left it there until it was hard and then we cut it into squares Just before recess our teacher told us that we would eat it at lunch time, She had divided it into seventy squares. When it was nearly lunch time we all had three pieces each: there are eighteen of us and the four teachers had four. I am very glad that the teachers have a stove. Next time we will make some fudge for Miss Kiakona's chil dren. I am 11 years old and I am in the fifth grade. I am, Your friend, YOSHIKO NAKAMURA SERVICES IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCHES St. Anthony' Church Rev. Father Justin, Pastor. Mass at 6 and 8 a. m. High Mass 10 a. m., followed by procession. Tl.n nnm.nl V.nnnnM wr .11 fill I "..l Oui I ariv nf VirtAri Church I Rev. Father Bruno. Masses 8 and 10 a. w. a r H DRESSMAKING PARLORS TATSUE HATANAKA DRESSES, SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS MADE TO ORDER IN TAISHO SHOTEN PUUNENE AVE., KAHULUI PHONE 68-A. Malu Nani, Annual of High School, Credit To Young Editors LODGE MAUI, No. 472, F. & A. M. Stated meetings will be held at Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first Saturday night of each month at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially in vited to attend. GEO. N. WEIGHT, W. M. W. A. ROBB1NS, Secretary, Shirts and Pyjamas Made to Order in Wailuku No need to get something that doesn't fit and please. You may select your goods from those on our helves or bring your own goods and we will make them up. Neck ties to match your shirts. Ready made shirts bought elsewhere al tered to fit. A. YAMOTO Market St., Wailuku next to Ichiki Hotel. ALOHA LODGE NO S OF PYTHIA8. KNIGHTS Regular meetings will be held at the Knight it of Pythias Hall, Wal luku, on the second and fourth Friday of each month, at 8 p. m. All visiting members are cordially invited to attend. H. ALFRED HANSEN, C. C. FRANK HOHLWEG. K. R. & S. KOA FURNITURE Made to order at reasonable prices. S. MURAOKA CARPENTER SHOP Carpenter and builder. Back of First Maul Savings & Development Company, Wailuku, Maul Malu Nanl, the annual publication of Maui High School, is out today was delivered to its editors this morn ing and is a distinct credit to its edi torial staff and to the school. It is well written, well edited, profusely il lustrated and besides the usual class and school statistics has many clever quirks and quips and well done draw ings and cartoons. Several full page engravings and a larger number of half page gravures and the various activities and inter ests of the school are well covered in its pages. The editorial staff was com posed of Richard Penhallow, business manager; Bernice Corell, editor in chief; Floyd Brown, literary editor Pauline Wells, exchange editor; Ed ward B. Hair, sport editor; Doris Hair, society editor: Hisaichi Machida, art editor, and Hiroshi Fujiyoshi, assist ant business manager. The staff has been rather remark able as editors of a school publication in their recognition of the necessity of promptitude and getting copy promptly and as a result delivery of the work was secured a week before school closing. Malu Nani is from the Maui News press of Maul Publishing Company and is distinctly a Maui product in all respects. R XXjJLJnJLnUJUIJUIJU FENCE WITH RUST YOUR only rapier in fencing with rust is Armco Ingot Iron. With Armco Iron you can parry the trusts of this enemy of fence build ers. With a fence of Armco fence wire you can be assured that it will not readily fall before the de structive attacks of rust. That is because Armco Iron is 99.84 per cent pure and pure iron presents no weak spot for rust to gain a foothold. Obituary THOMAS MAYON CHURCH 'Tom Church is dead. The sad news came to Maui Wednesday in a message from Alexander & Baldwin, that company having been advised of his demise Wednesday morning in a message from New York. He passed away following an operation for ul ceration of the stomach and Mrs. Church was with him at the end. Thomas Mayon Church was a na tive of Amador County California and was in his 56th year. He came to Maui in 1899 and became connected with the old Kahului store with which he continued for about five years. He Went to Paia in 1904 to take the ma- nagement of the Paia store and con-1 tinued in the management for four j years when further advancement came ! to him and he was called to Honolulu! as manager of the merchandise depart I ment of Alexander & Baldwin, which position he held at the time of his death. i During the war Mr. Church was a i captain in the quartermaster's de partment at Washington, later pro moted to major. When mustered out he returned to Honolulu and to his old position. He is survived by his widow, one son, who will be graduat-' ed from Punahou this year, and two j daughters, one of whom Is married i to Thomas Wright of Honolulu, and i the engagement of the other was re-1 cently announced. I While on Maui "Tom" Church was one of the livest wires in business, I civic and social affairs, and none was i more popular than he. He was a member of the first board of supervi sors of Maui County and continued a member of the board until he left the Island. He had gone to New York in con nection with the cases of embezzle ment there, reported a few months since. While there he was taken ill and Mrs. Church went to him. Alex ander & Baldwin was notified late last week that an operation was deemed necessary. Later came word of the operation and that he appeared better and a third message of his death followed. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. Wholesale Distributors If you are iot now receiving the REX ALL MONTHLY MAGAZINE please send your name for mailing Hit. Th Magazine has recently been enlarged, and improved by th addition of stories by prominent writers and pictures of cur rent events. In the Churches 0. SAITO RESTAURANT Market St. Tel. 27 1 -A FRESH WELL COOKED FOOD Meals Served from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Strictly Cash Business BEST KONA COFFEE Our Bread, specially made of beet quality flour, delivered anywhere in Wailuku. PHONE ORDERS SOUGHT. BEST SERVICE ON MAUI With our new equipment we are able to give the most de pendable, prompt and efficient service . in cleaning, pressing, repairing and dyeing of Men's and Women's Clothing. Our steam presser can do the work in 1 5 minutes. Satisfaction Guaranteed MAUI CLOTHES ! CLEANING SHOP I Market St., opp. Kalua Ave. Makawao Union Church On next Sunday morning Brigadier Bourne of the Salvation Army will occupy the pulpit at the 11 o'clock service. Sunday school at the usual hour. Wailuku Union Church. At the 7:30 service next Sunday Brigadier Bourne will speak and the music will be fn charge of Command ant West of the Salvation Arm. The offering of the evening will go to the work of the Army. Kahului Union Church Sunday School at 9:30 with well or ganized classes in all departments. At the evening service at 7:30 Rev. E. E. Pleasant will preach the ser mon. The choir cf the Chinese church Wailuku will sing. All are invited to attend. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that, under the power of sale contained in that certain indenture of mortgage of date March 18, 1921, made, executed and delivered by Wahineluhl Paa Keola (Kanuu Keola, her husband, releas ing right of curtesy) as mortgagor to the Bank of Maui, Ltd., a domestic banking corporation, as mortgagee, acknowledged before A. K. Jim, a notary public, on the 18th day of March, 1921, and of record in Liber 587 on pages 149-152, said Bank of Maui, Ltd., as the owner and holder thereof, intends to foreclose said mortgage and sell the mortgaged property herein named, to be cause of the non-payment of the principal and interest on the promissory note secur ed thereby. The above mentioned mortgage waa given to secure the payment of a promissory note of $260.00 of date March 18, 1921, payable one year after date, drawing interest at the rate of 10 per annum, said note being sign ed by Wahineluhl Paa Keola and Ka nuu Keola. Notice is likewise given that, after the expiration of four weeks from the date of the first publication of this notice, to-wit, on Saturday, the 8th day of July, 1922, at twelve o'clock noon ot said day, said mortgaged property, for the reasons above stated, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at the front entrance to the Court House in Wailuku, County of Maui, T. H. Terms of sale Cash. Deed at expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to the Bank of Maui, Ltd., at Wailuku, Maui, T. H., or Enos Vincent, its attorney at Wailuku, aforesaid. Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. II., this 9th day of June, 1922. BANK OF MAUI. LIMITED, By J. GARCIA. Cashier. THIS SERVICE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. SERVICE EVERY SECOND The Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. H. 3jgptj mWj- . s BIG PQ)WB! in EVERY DROP Paia Hawaiian Protestant Church Rev. Moses M. Kahiapo, Tastor. Junior Christian Endeavor 9:00 to 10:00. Sunday school 10:00 to 11:00. Service 11:00 to 12:00. "Red Crown" meets the automotive engineer's demand for a motor fuel that will vaporize rapidly and uni formly in the carburetor, and ex plode completely in the cylinder. Every drop is 100 power. Fill your tank with "Red Crown" and nothing else, and you won't have to bother with carburetor ad justments. You'll get prompt start ing, better mileage, and a sweeter running motor. Fill at the Red Crown sign at Service Stations, at garages, or other dealers. Description of the Property to be Sold All of that certain piece or parcel of land situate at Ulunialu, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of ten acres, being portion of the premises conveyed to Wahineluhl Paa by deed dated the 15th day of April, 1895, recorded in Liber 152, page 485, and being the same premises under lease to one John Santos Bias cf Kokomo, said lease being d:Ued the 13th day of March. 1920 and executed between Luht, of Haiku, as lessor and John Santos Bras as lessee. (June 9, 16, 23.) Ohe Gasoline oJQuality STANDARD OIL COMPANY (California) ALL MAUI READS MAUI NEWS WANT ADS.