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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 1(J, 1922
3 The Kauai Telephonic Company Is Now Representing Delco-Light in Lihue and on the Island of Kauai Whether you want a plant just to furnish electric lights for cottage or camp, or a plant for complete electric light and power service, there is a Delco-Light of Just the size you need, insur ing dependable service at lowest cost. We should like an opportunity to tell you how Delco-Light can serve you, whatever your electrio light and power needs may be. Deoendtble Deleo-LSfht it msda in 25 styles and sizes size lor every need. All model have the famous four-cycle, air cooled, valve-in-head en gine; only one place to oil. Over 140.000 satis fied users. Easy payments if desired. Write for catalog;. DELC0BM SCHOOL NOTES KAUAI HIGH SCHOOL HONOR STUDENT LIST We successfully send by PARCEL POST to all the Islands: Bread, Rolls, Snails, Cakes, Cookies and Candies. Prices Upon Application ' ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE HONOLULU If you are not now receiving the KEXALL MONTHLY MAGAZINE please send jour unine for mailing list. Tie Magazine lias recently been enlarged, and improved by the addition of stories by prominent writers and pictures of current events. Till 8 SKHVICH IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd. SERVICE EVERY' SECOND Tbe Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. H. "X" WIRELESS TMJT HCCOKHTC INTCWtJUANO SIKVICE. "R HTES: OIDIMRIW HU1H lOHM SOUBkC 1UiH r n-n r .15 MlfcMT CSTTIH (lT 1 WI) 1. 09 STCHIC ntSH6l .It "PHONE: TR7 12L fllSHT S3L fAUTURL TELEPHONE CO, NI"REUSS X)EPT, LIHUE, KRUHI. OTTICE M0UHS; I TRA-ollJOT7 t.3o"P Te 5 30Pr SUNDRY ?Rr to IORTV Tins tii mt VftiLf READ THE GARDEN ISLAND Following is the honor roll and speclul mention list of Kauai high school for six weeks term ending May 6th: Seniors Honor Roll. Iwao Miyake, Ernest Wedemeyer, Esther Tseu, Edwin Kam., Shinklchi Nishimoto. Special Mention. Ah. Kong Kam, Shintchl Nishimoto. Kazu oGkan, John Taehibana. Juniors Honor Roll. May Wedemeyer, Junichl Sakimae. Special Mention. Doris Au, Kat- suniu Tanimoto. Sophomores Honor Roll. Richard Rice, Tsuto- mi Nitta, Maggie Scharsch, Shizue Kamei, lOisao Ito, Aiko Nakao, Yo Bhie Sano, Orme Cheatham, Fusa Mizutanl, Shige Miyoshi, Helen Mul- ler, Kiya Kanemoto, Lin Ung Tarn, Teruyo Wataya, Takeshi Gokan, Frantes Jardln, William Moragne, Shi.uma lde, Kimiyo Okamoto, So phie Vierra, Chiyo Dobasht, Percy Lydgate, Warren Kamezawa, Helen Wedemeyer, Goichi Kawahara,. Special Mention Chiyo Kamada, FTank Thomas, Shlzue Likuta, Yo- rfhiko Yamaka, Masaru Hamano, An na Scott, Ralph Alexander Kenneth Hopper. Freshmen Honor Roll. Kenneth Aloiau, Daisy Chang, Nee Chang Chock, Kam Chung Chong, Hisayo Dobashi, Jam es Taihe Hong, Yoshio Ishit, Kiyo shl Ito. Eddie Kanoho, Koichi Kojl ma, Osako Miyasaki, Risaburo Mi yoshi, Hldeko Miwa, Hanako Nagal, Kikuo Nagata, Tamotsu Naito, o rfhio Nakamura, Edene Nalemaile Tamayo Nishimoto, Eleanor Feller, Hideo Shiraki, Margaret Sloggett, Fusao Tanabe, Takeo Tao, Mikl To kita. Yutaka Tsunehiro, Bessie Wiebke, Shigoso Yamaura, Tadashi Yasuda. Special Mention. William Alu, Alice Hroadbent, Sam Dias, Jiro Ku- nioka, Sakae Muraoka, Kiyoshl Ta- naka, Takihito Tashima, Yau Kyan Yong. KAPAA SCHOOL The island judges, Messrs. Silva Horner. Sloggett and Rev. Carver, visited us yesterday. We undni-i;tand that this is to be their final in spection for the year and wo hie cur gardens pleaded them. "l'ho school glee club is relieursinrf to,' closing exfeic:ses next month We are planning to givj a fail and track meei ueiore grauuui vu to plaeo on display school work in our shop, gardens, sewing and cooking classes, for the Inspection ot the parents of our pupils. LIHUE GRAMMAR SCHOOL The school children are making leis for Miss Wilcox, who is our representative to the N. E. A. con vention. Each delegate to this con vention is to have a lei made by a school child of Kauai. Miss King was called to Honolulu Friday by the sudden death of her father. The children of our school extend their sincere sympathy to Miss King. Miss Tonini returned last week and is back at her school duties much improved after her recent op. eration. The administration building of the new school is completed but will not Be occupied this yean. By next year the new class rooms will have been added. We have finished the first test of tho athletic badge contest, sev eral of the rooms reached 100 pc cent. We are very proud of the fact that our school is 100 per cent in subscription to the N. E. A. and II. E. A. Two of our teachers, Mrs. Foun tain and Miss Akana, were ill last Friday but are back at school to day. The eliminations for the various events of tho track meet have been made and the contestants are prac ticing hard to put our school on the top. The Boy Scouts of this school are making fine progress under Lieut. Wilson. The boys are laying off a base ball diamond on tho new school ground as there will he new build ings erected where tho old diamond has been. We have a new basketball which the children paid for, each pupil volunteering a few cents. Friday our flag was at half mast in honor of M. M. Scott, late prin cipal of McKinley high school, whose death occurred recently. WAIMEA SCHOOL Rev. Hall addressed the school on tho life of General Grant, on Grant's birthday. Many of the pupils were fortunate to hear Rev. Hall at the apanese church, Sunday, also. Mr. Locke was a visitor Monday. He came in tho interest of pros pective students for Kauai High school. Miss A'.tibel Wilcox made a visit Tuesday in connection with her duties as probation officer. Track practice os going well, un der the direction of Mr. Ferriera. Waimea hopes to keep the silver cup she has held for a year. A dual meet with Mafaweli is scheduled for Friday, at Wuimea. A, return practice mee for girls will be held at Makaweli on the following week. Pictures of the May Day festivi ties are framed in the freshman oom. The hour's exercises were en joyed by all pupils, and several vis itors. Tho trapeze team put on an net at the High Jinks at Makaweli on Saturday night. This is the last ippearunco of the acrobats. Setting up exercises aro taken three times a week during the morn ing period. Singing will bo followed twice a week. Mr. Pugh made a hurried visit to the school last Wednesday, accom panied by tt.a Judges in the school garden contest. FORD MAKES CHANGES IN CAR AND TRUCK NOTICE Persons having interests nnd have attended previous meetings lp the lormation of the Hanapepe Agricul tural Co. are requested to be present at the Eleele Restaurant on May 18. at 11 a. m. for the purpose of sign ing up the partnership agreements. By Q. C. CHINO. Closed Models of Former Show Dif ferent Interior; Are Many Mechanical Alterations Detroit, April IS. A number of detained mechanical changes and re fineinonts l.nvo been made recently on both Ford cars and trucks. Tin- most Important Is the use of a new type H headlamp for both cars and trucks and for replacement on cars already in use. it is equipped with a special design refracting type lens and a new 21 candlepower gun-filled double filament bulb. Thy new lamps when properly adjusted, are legal In all states, although there Is givi't increase In road lllumiiv.it ion. The enclosed models are now be ing finished in walnut brown binad cloth, the seats being uphoist -ivd in the same material with a ch ik.-d ebony stripe. Heavy floor rugs are provided and special design lli'U. have reduced the effort necessary in raising the windows. Door bump res Insure tig!ttr fitting, and new door grips inside and outside add to the convenience. Mectvivlcal changes are as follows: The piston, nnd connecting rods have been redesigned and matched for weight before assembling to re-' duce vibration and give quicker pick-up. The new pistons are three- m ,i . 1 i:. u... L lOliruiN puuiiu liKIMKi ilitin nit; um. The crankshaft surfaces are high- j ly polished to reduce wear and nmku for smoother running. A new carburetor gives increased acceleration with quicker pick-up and grontor, flexibility. Wiring System Redesigned. The wiring system has been com pletely redesigned nnd all wiring is in loom w hwe necessary to com ply with the underwriters insurance rules, A 16-inch steering wheel is now regularly fitted and a steering wheel stop limits the travel of the steer ing wheel between the positions in which tl.fi front wheel spindles strike the front axle yokes. The full steer ing wheel motion is always in turn ing the front wheels and the stop prevents sctralning or buckling the Peering mechanism after the front wheels have reached the limit of their travel. Improvements have been made in the steering mechan ism itself by the use of a taper construction on the steering ball bolt. The tapered bolt fitting Into a special tapered seat In the steer ing connecting rod yoke provides a onstructlon initially tight and pre vents looseness nnd rattling in ser vice. Tiniken roller bearings are now used on models with demountable rim.!. The radiator is now spring mount d rnd the fastening of the front radius rods has been improved by the us3 of tapered nuts in tapered seats. , The crank rase front end bearing has beer redes'gned, nviking it sim pler and at the same time provid ing greater flexibility for the front spring. The new spring hangers are in one piece 'to Maintain permanent alignment. A new design cutout Is mounted directly on the generator. The ru-nin; brur.l brackets are of one piece, pr-sjud steel and make for body rigidity. A dash weather trough prevents rain from reaching tl.e coil termin als or the dauh wiring. Cord tires havo been adopted as standard equipment on the rear wheels of the truck chassis. A t ew spare tire currier combines light weight with- increased strength and rigidity. In the equipment Is to be noted a new license plato carrier which will fit the tngs of all Btatea, a new Jack and a new tire pump. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Buy Now--Don't Wait 'irpZ Til . i. ; v-v , Steel side panel body with open front, for summer service or for use In mild ' climates, designed for service that requires full protection for the load. The Inside walls of panels are fully slatted from the floor to the top. Rigidly braced and cov ered with highest grade heavy sheet steel, stretched and leveled to inuure a flat, smooth surface. Rear doors equipped with patent fnstcners and anti-rattlers. Let the Ford One-Ton Truck cut your hauling and Delivery Costs. Records of savings made by hundreds of thousands of users in practically every line of business are actually astounding. Let us show you. You do not obligate yourself in any way. EQUIPMENT Pneumatic Tires and Demountable Rims. Your choice of either tbe spe cial gearing ot S 16 to 1 for speed delivery, or the standard 714 to 1 for heavy hauling. LOWEST COST And remember the lowest first coat, the lowest upkeep and the highest resale value of any truck ever built. Nauriltttrilt (garage, Sift.