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THH GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DEC. 19, 1022
SCHOOL KAPAA 8CH00L Miss Johnson, who will attend the meeting of the Hawaii Education Association on Kaul, na ono of Ka uai's delegates, Is planning to leave this Saturday. C The second football game between the seventh and eighth grades re sulted In a tie. The ball was kept near the center of the field during the entire game, both teams being unable to put their opponent's goal in Jeopardy. School closed last Friday with an enrollment of 755 pupils, we start ed with 706 and the daily average for the term was 756. The boys of the Kealla language school overwhelmed the Kapaa boys in a football game last week on the Kapaa school grounds. The fin al score was something like 50 to 0. We entertained a large crowd on Thursday during our closing exer cises. Candles were distributed to all the pupils and to those who at tended. The girls of the Kapaa school playground ball team, champions of Kauai, will meet the Kapaa boys' team in a game at Walpoull on New Years Day. This promises to be ex ceedingly interesting. KAPAA SCHOOL CHRISTMAS EXERCISES The following program was given by the school students on Decem ber 14th: Patriotic Song all present. Play Grades A4 and B4. , Play Grade A-l. ' Song School Glee Club. Play Grade A3. Play Grade B3. Song School Glee Club. Play Grade A6. Arrival of Santa Claus. Luncheon. 1:00 O'clock Football, Grade 8 vs. Grade 7. Officials Mr. Bush, . referee; Mr. Hiu, head linesman; Mrs. Rodrlgues and MIbs Mladlnich, Q timekeepers. The Christmas tree was a gift from Sheriff John Hano. The school wishes everybody a Merry Christmas and Happy New year. Holiday THE NOTES KILAUEA SCHOOL CELEBRATION The opening of the new school buildings at Kllauea was celebrated ut the school house Tuesday even ing, December 12. There was a large attendance of the parents and friends of the pupils. Mrs. Wlddi field, principal of the school, presided.- The proceeding commenced with the singing of the Doxology by the pupils, followed by the In vocation. Mr. Larsen, manager of Kllauea plantation, addressed the meeting, congratulating the com munity on possessing such a fine pchool building, and giving some useful advice to the pupils and their parents. He was followed by Dr Patterson, who urged the parents to continue to look well after the health of their children, especially as regards their food and the prop er time to give It to them. John Hush, formerly principal of Kllauea r.chool, then gave a brief history of education in Kllauea. Between the addresses Christmas carols were Bung by the school children in a 1 leasing manner. Two protty danc es rendered by the younger children were highly applauded. The proceedings were concluded by singing Oloha Oe, and Star opangled Banner. LIHUE SCHOOL HAS 100 PER CENT MEMBERSHIP Princlpjal H. S. Simpson, of Li hue public school, received the fol lowing letter of congratulation up on obtaining 100 per cent enroll ment of his teachers in the Na tional Education Association: H. Stephens Simpson, Principal, Lihue Grammar School, LIhue, Kauai, T. H. Dear Mr. Simpson: I wish to join with the president of the as sociation, Dr. Wm. B. Owen, Chica go, Illinois, in congratulating you on the high professional spirit of your corps of teachers and to tell you that we take pride in present ing you with this certificate for a 100 per cent enrollment of your teachers in support of the program of the National Education Associ ation. EE Japanese Lacquer Hawaiian TOYS Mechanical Toys Dolls Games Tinker Toys Toy Dishes A myriad of other toys to gladden the hearts of the Children Christmas Tree Decorations We expect a large shipment of assorted furniture on the Lurline Oranges, Apples, Grapefruit, Emperor Grapes, and other Fruits Almonds Walnuts Chestnuts Brazil-Nuts ICE HOUSE GOODS VIA THE HYADES ' McBRYDE SUGAR GO'S STORE Kauai's Wholesale House I suggest that you give the local newspapers an item about the cer tificate when it Is received. Kindly acknowledge the receipt Of this cer tiflcae and accept the best wishes of the association for a successful school year for yourself and for your teachers. Very sincerely yours, J. W. CRABTItEE, Secretary. OLOHENA SCHOOL TO HAVE CHRISTMAS EXERCISES Olohena school and residents of Wailua homesteads will Join in a community celebration of Christmas on the afternoon of Friday, Decem ber 22, at 4 o'clock. Besides the Christmas tree, Mr. and Mrs. San tos are preparing an appropriate program for the occasion. The en tire community of Wailua Is cor dially invited to be present. WAIMEA SCHOOL On Tuesday, December 12, 44 parents visited the school and en joyed a school lunch as guests of the vocational department. The in vitation to the parents was in line with the plans of the National Edu cational Association program during education week. Thrco hundred books suitable to the needs and tastes of grammar grade children have been received from the Kauai public library. The books will be ready for distribu tion after the holidays. Eddie Fernandez' shows com pleted a four day engagement on the school yard last Friday night. The stay was marked by orderly behavior from start to finish. Not one indiscretion of the least possi ble significance was noted during their stay here. There was no more 111 effect on the discipline or morale of the school than if they bad been showing in Fiji. The management of the show is to be congratulated on the excellent discipline while they were on the school grounds. The garden is showing results of the recent rains. We hope to rate more than a second place or hon orable mention when the garden judges make their visits in the spring. Miss Gail Borum has consented to take charge of the student ac tivities at the morning devotional exercises for the second term, be ginning January 2. MIbs Anna B. E3E Ware Jewelry Gift TOYS Carter completed her duties In the same capacity with the Christmas program last Friday. When the District No. 1 school athletic truck found itself about $50 In the red last week, due to a complete set of new tires being needed, the teachers of the school volunteer to finance the difference themselves. The following are the voluntary contributions that put the truck fund on its feet: $2.60 each, Mises Ako, Tsark Tarn Yau, Char man, Ogata, Ethel Chlng, Morishlgi, Carter, Borum, and Mukal; Mrs. Wright, Cannon, Chang and Miss Lindsay. The following men gave $2.50: Mr. Higgle, and Mr. Hoshlno. Miss Weller and Mr. Wilklns gave $5 each; Mr Sessions $10. The ladies and gentlemen are to be con gratulated on the manner that they subscribed to the truck fund. They realize the necessity of the trans portation to the junior high school and at this time, before the other schools have been heard from they stepped into the matter and made this valuable contribution. From the money also they made possi ble about $20 more Christmas can dy and fruit for the celebration on Friday. Direct contributions to the truck fund from the school show amounted to $115. The following teachers of the school uro spending all or part of tl.e vacation in Honolulu: Miss Car ter, Miss Borum, Miss Ethel Chlng, Miss Tarn Yau, Miss Tsark, Mr. Hoshlno and Mr. Sessions. WAIMEA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL At the final contest for first place in the Anti-Saloon League ora torial tryout, Eddio Pupuhi was chosen to represent the school in Honolulu. Excellent speeches were delivered by August Clement and Mune Morimoto. The Judges were Rev. M. E. Carver, Miss Gail Bor um, Miss Carolyn Weller, Mr. Rig gle, and Mr. Sessions. Their votes were one for Mume, one for Aug ust and three for Eddie. The boys showed the result of careful work by Miss Carter, and from the first tryout to the last one there was a marked Improvement. Eddie will de liver his address at the school on Saturday. 'A debating society will bo organized soon after Christmas where more boys and girls will have a better chance at this splen did training. Every child in the school Is a Koa Novelties - Cut Glass Musical Instruments member of the Red Cross and wears a button. A new patent hotwater heater will be installed in the school kitch en.. Mr. Wilkins reports the follow ing work done during the term end ing this week: 45 taborets, 2 foot stools, 3 magazine holders, 1 bed room stool, 3 waste baskets, 1 pic ture frame, saw horses, baseball bats, bit holders, shelves and other articles for the cshool and shop. Under the garden .work the fol lowing: 15,000 square feet of gar den, 2000 square feet of flower beds, 60 fruit trees planted, and numerous other duties necessary to the up keep of the school grounds and buildings; care of a flock of un pedlgreed chickens; and prepara tions made for a pig. Of the flowers planted there are cosmos, poppies, sweet allysstam, colopsis and sweet peas. They are planted in twenty beds of varying sizes. In the school garden are fourteen varieties of vegetables adapted to the climntf. The garden Is surrounded by over one hundred banana trees,. Miss Hundley spent last Thurs day with the school. At the Junior. high assembly period. Miss Hund ley addressed the classes telling them how the Junior high school for Kauai happened to bo placed at Walmea. The classes in sewing have com pelted the following list of service able articles: Grade 7a eight under shirts and ore pair of bloomers; 7b, eleven undershirts, six teddy bears, three petticoats, six crochet ted yokes, two sweaters. Grade S. sixteen undershirts, fourteen teddys, six petticoats, six yards of tatting, one nightgown, two pillow slips, three hankerchiefs, seven sweaters, and nine crochetted yokes. Fresh men, fifteen undershirts. Over 3000 school lunches were served by the kitchen besides other affairs' hand led thru the vocational department. The school show on Saturday night was a success financially. Six teen acts were presented. Mrs. Buy a S&xnZl, and Bank the difference. Nawiliwili Garage TOYS AN APPRECIATION At the meeting of the board of trustees of the Kauai Public Library Association hold last Friday, the fol lowing resolution was unanimously approved by the board: Whereas, since tl.e Inst meeting of this board, tha Rev.'Jjhn M. Lydgnto, has hern removed from our midst by death, and whereas, Mr. Lydgato was the originator of the library idea in this community, and during the recent year became an ardent charter member of the board of trustees of the present Kauai Public Library Association, render ing invaluable service to the same, and whereas by his death tl.e as sociation has lost one of its, most valuable members; Be it resolved that this board of trustees express to the family in their loss, its tribute of appreciation to the memory of Mr. Lydgate, for the unselfish and public spirited ser vices rendered during his long and very useful life on Kauai, and fur ther, that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the family and the local paper. Kauai Public Library Assn. Board of Trustees. Wright had the management of tho show. Mr. Hoshino acted as busi ness manager. Eddie Pupuhi, with his speech for the governor's prize made quite a hit. All costumes were made and paid for by the teacher of the classes using them. The Christmas program and pre sentation of presents was held on the school yard, Friday. Every child got a present of some sort. Candy and nuts were a part of the gifts. Santa Claus showed up as usual. The school thanks all oC its friends for the fine support that they have given during the term just ending. We wish to thank the schools of the district who have co-operated with us in athletics and in many other activities. We wish them all a happy holiday season. iSI i ft 2j 3& !