QUARTERLY HOIKE OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL OF “KANAANA HOU.”
Mr. Editor of the Kuokoa Newspaper, Honolulu, T. H.
Please insert the activities of the Hoike of the Sunday School of Kanaana Hou, at 9:30 a. m. the activities began, led by L. M. Painamu, assistant Kahu of the Sunday School.
Group Hymn, 36 L. H.;¹ prayer by Rev. D. Kaai; group hymn, 39 L. H.
Hoike of the Men’s Class, led by W. Paoa; speech by Mrs. Lono Lee Shu; hymn 193 L. H., led by Youth; women’s class, led by
J. Kiaaina; speech, Elia Kaaihue; hymn 126 L. H., led by the Youth; Ahahui H. K.² class, led by Mrs. A. Unea; hymn 126 L. H., led by the Youths (f).
Donations from the Sunday School, led by J. K. Keliihuli, $13.65; hymn 191 L. H., led by the women; Youth (m) class, led by J. K. Waiamau; speech, William Notley; hymn 20, L. H., led by the Aha H. K.; youth (f) class, led by J. K. Keliikuli; hymn 88, L. H., led by the men.
Messages of encouragement—J. K. Waiamau, J. K. Keliikuli, S. K. Kaunamano, of the parochial class, led by Kahu Rev. D. Kaai with this class for the entire congregation. Closing Hymn, 30 L. H.; closing prayer, Rev. D. Kaai.
May it please you that the number of students at this hoike were 44: 7 men, 14 women, 11 boys, 12 girls, and 58 visitors, for a total of 102. The exercise went well, and they were filled with joy for Christ, and it was carried out peacefully.
¹”L. H.” most likely is an abbreviation of the hymnal just published in 1902 by the Hawaiian Evangelical Association, “Leo Hoonani”.
²”Aha H. K.” is short for “Ahahui Hooikaika Karistiano,” which is the “Christian Endeavor Society,” also seen as “C. E.”.
[Many of the names that were mentioned tonight at the talk put on at Native Books appear in this report!]
(Kuokoa, 10/19/1906, p. 6)