Farrington High School - Ke Kiaaina Yearbook (Honolulu, HI)
- Class of 1953
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Sports, or more correctly speaking, athletic games have been an important factor in the
lives of the people of every nation throughout the ages. Even the most primitive people had
their sports for entertainment and the physical development of their young men. As each gen-
eration developed, new games were invented and passed down to posterity. The character of
these games, of course, has changed as man became more civilized. The purpose, however
has still remained--entertainment, recreation a d
, n the physical development of the partici-
The Greeks have held their Olympic games every four years since 776 B. C. During these
games, a w6ek before and aweek after, general peace was maintained throughout the country.
In 1896 the Olympic games took on an international aspect. Since that time every fourth year
the major nations of the world have sent their best athletes to compete against the athletes of
other countries. We have seen how these games can be a factor for international harm
Athletes from all nations mingled on an e l
qua basis, grew to respectand appreciate the quali-
ties of the other fellow.
It would do w ll f
e or this troubled world to stop now before it is too late and take some les-
sons in international cooperation and good will as displayed by the athletes of the many nations
who competed in the recent Olympic games.
This yearbook emphasizes the international aspect of sports and has, by doing so, taken a
step in calling attention to the fact that nations can learn a val bl '
ua e lesson from athletic
Miss Olga Larsol
' Mrs. Zoe Everly Mrs. .Tune Leong
Miss Ruth Fujii C Miss Beatrice Loui
E Secretary - R' Girls' Counselor
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Boys' Counselor Bookkeeper
As each year passes, the eyes of the world
are focused on todny's youth, who will be to-
morrow's leaders. In this chaotic era, the
hope of civilization lies in youth and their suc-
cess as peacemakers. Whether peace is to en-
dure depends largely on today's young people.
Farrington is one of the Territory's many
schools that prepare youth for the future.
Manyicourses and activities are offered stu-
dents under the guidance of the principal,
teachers and counselors.
Watch your diet. Mr- Gordon- -
Miss Marleloulse Abel
Plane Geometry Algebra
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' ' ' ' Music
Miss Rachel Asato
Mr. Lawrence Ako Sr' Eng' gl S' S'
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Mr. Walter Davis
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Mrs. Lucille Dennis Mr. Robert Dowling Mrs. LydiawEnoki
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Publications Math, Japanese 1- Commercial Soph' Eng gl S' S'
The Science Department, headed by Miss June
ohnson, consists of sophomore sclence,, general
clence, biology, chemistry and physics.
The aim of this department is to prepare the stu-
entswho plan to major ln the science field at col-
Films are shown to the students so that they may p
etter appreciate their lessons. ,p
Miss Shlzue lnamlne
Sr. Eng. 8: S. S.
Jr. Eng. at s. s.
Mr. William Cheese!
Miss June Johnson
Mr. Ernest Ing
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Speech Photography, Math
Mr Herbert L1u Mrs. Edna L1wa1
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Mr Ray Kafekafu Mr Kenichl Kawiifchl Sr Eng- 81 S-S- Mr. Roland Kickbush Mr. James Komurf
Auto Mechamcs Arts gl Crafts
'I'he metal shop course covers a variety of practi-
cal construction problems in sheet metal, forging,
welding, machine shop and bench metal. Related in-
formation, science and mathematics are correlated
with shop practice.
Open to all levels of students, courses 3- and 4
deal with more advanced type of work.
Mrs Margaret Liu
Jr Eng. 8: S.S.
Mrs. Mary Look
Soph. Eng. 8: S. S.
Mrs. Alice Lum
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Science? glgisitsu nqmercial
iss Miyoko Nakagami
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The Agricultural Department, under the ,direction oi Mr.
Lloyd C. Kaapana and Mr. Iohn K. Sakai, oiters aprogr
oi var-ied courses.
Included in this program are supervised farming, leader-
ship, conduct oi meetings, earnings and savings, coopera-
tion, scholarship, community service and recreation.
The boys-work in the gardens and sell their products to
teachers and stu
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Miss Masuko Shimazu Mrs. Betty Suenaga
Soph. Eng. 8: S.S. Science, Chemistry
M Mr. Ah Mun Young
Miss Margaret Ucmgasmma C Mrs. Lydia Wrlzhl Science' Math'
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Bullfighting is the favorite sport of the Span-
iards, and it was originated by the Moors of Spain
for the exhibition of horsemanship, courage and
dexterity with the lance.
The combatants comprised of the picadores,ban-
derilleros and the matador. When the signal is
given, the bull is loosed from the stall.
The picadores and banderilleros come out in
succession and try to irritate the bull. When they
succeed, the bull races madly around the arena.
Then the matador cpmes in gravely with a naked
sword and aims the fatal blow at the animal. The
slaughtered bull is dragged away and another is
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ohn Snead Daniel Platt
Secretary y Treasurer ,
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Lgrraine T01 Miss H. Cunningham S00 Kil Park
I 'Hue "gig gevenn led the 2,174 qovefmofzs
tlzfzouglv. a successtul xfeat
A jobwell done! Yes, the student government and all its committees have
carried 'on their work to a successful conclusion.
We owle agreat deal to the hardworking and conscientious officers for put-
ting a lot.of time and effort in their work.
Among the officers were John Snead, president, who conducted all meet-
ingsg Daniel Platt, vice president, who presided in the absence of the presi-
dent and served as chairman of the different committees, Doris NakaS0ne,
secretary, who took minutes of meetings and was assisted by Lorraine Toi,
and Henry Furukido, treasurer, who took care of all money matters. 'Soo Kil
Park assisted Henry.
Their adviser, Miss Helen C. Cunningham, helped with problems. Many
worthwhile projects were accomplished.
The representatives did a good job also of bringing the news back to their
respective classes. All these pupils deserve credit for a task well done.
1st Row: L. Arakawag R. Daongg F. McKeagueg I. Sakoguchig D. Gabrielg C. Domingog R. Adaniyag K.
Okamurag B. Shiqig J. Hironakag F. Quiocheg S. Dela Cruz. 2nd Row: E. Kawakamig G. Paug J. Tokashikig
O. Ortizg V. Choyg Chung L. Marting L. Toig E. Hog C. Alog N. Azama. 3rd Row: M. Tairag M. Tsugawag
S. Kauhig H. Miyamotog J. NarikiyogB. Ikedag H. Chung C. Pollockg G. Bermudas. 4th Rowg I. Sneadg R.
St. Clairg R. Nakasoneg D. Plattg S. K. Parkg L. Masong H. Ohama. 5th Row: F. Youngg R. Monizg E .
Mikamig K. Uejog Miedag D. Kamaig S. Watanabeg W. Kojimag G. Fujiwara.
lst Row: T. Leopoldog V. Choyg J. Sakoguchig B. Ikedag I. Narikiyog D. Sui Fookg M. Andradeg E. Rey-
noldsg C. Pollockg H. Chun. 2nd Row:M. TairagM. Gotog M. Chung S. Alfonsog L. Marting E. PagS. Dela
Cruz. 3rd Row: S. Morikig E. Leeg W. Karng F. Kimg T. Atienzag O. Ortizg C. Domingog V. Algosog H.
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Dance closer, closer, closer.
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SOCIALCOMMITTEE: Firs row. . ,
' H. Yee.
M. Uzumaki, E. Kinney, S. Ueshiro,
Second row: R. Furusho, C. Kobashigawa, A
Ta chibana .
d d b Marjorie Nishimura, Daniel Pla
The Social, Awards and Reception Committees, spearhea e y
and Helen Miyamoto, did an outstanding piece of work this year.
Their sense of leadership and courage led them to accomplish many worthy objectives, including
' dances and presenting of awards to worthy recipients.
the sponsoring of, and ushering at,
ARDS COMMITTEE' R. Furushi-
ma, M. Tsugawa, J. Takahashi, D.
Platt. RECEPTION COMMITTEE: First row:D. Resquer, R. Adaniya,
R. Fujimoto, J. Harada, J. Takahashi, J. Tom, S. Lee, Second row: A. Tachibana,
P. Jocson, S. Ho, M. Nishimura, S. Sugita, M. Fukumoto, F. Kokfibun, R. Takazawa, H. Yee,
ki J Tokashiki, D. Tanaka, H. Miyamoto, H. Ohama. Third row: D. Lavil-
T Ashimine R. Furushima.
K. Oshiro, M. Uzuma , .
' kasone, R. Leeni, E. Yuasa, . ,
la, C. Kobashigawa, H. Na
PROGRAM COMMITTEE:V. Algoso, K. 801128, A.
ects was the
Keawakani, W. Bulahan.
of the French Club's proj
"Clothes for Korea" drive.
'I'he purpose of the Program, OYC and Identification Committees is to bring to the students a
worth while project of amusements and recreationg to promote cooperation, participation and en-
couragement, and to strengthen the relationship between youth and adultsg and to enforce laws go v-
erning the use of identification cards given to the members of FI-IS.
OYC-INTER SCHOOL COUNCIL: I. Taka
Ueshiro, K. Okumura, C. Kobashigawa. IDENTI
' First row: A. Arita, C
, L. Honda, Second row: E. Tasaki, C
Kimura, R. Inouye.
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"Keep the Campus Clean, " "Dress
Neat1y," and "Give Your Support" --
these are the mottoes of the BUILDING
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by the Stude t ID to Maul was S
n Guvernmento ponsored
BUILDING AND CAMPUS COMMITTEE:
D Chee D Takarnatsu, M
Firstrow: . , . ,
' - E. Tasaki R.
M atsuura. Second row. h ,
Takazawa, R. Igarashi, L. rzakashima.
AND CAMPUS, DRESS REGULATIONS,
AND SCHOOL Sz COMMUNITY commit-
'I'hese committees, headed by en-
ergetic and ambitious students, took
care of the domestic needs ofthe school.
These school standards rose 100 per
cent. This is one of many ways inwhich
Farringtonians showed their 'school
DRESS REGULA TIUNS COMMITTEE: First V
SCHOOL AND COMMUNI'I'Y: First row: D. row: I. Fujikami, H. Chung, R, '1'akaZa-
' ' W. Shozu-
Fukuda A. Nakano, M. Ho. Second row. R. wa. Second row. L. Kaanaana,
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st Clair, L. Kosein, R. Pandamd
Senior social studies and English student
ready for a class assignment.
MUTUAL AID BOARD
First Row:'L. to R. David Jeong, Alma Mata, Lester Yo-
shino, Frances Kaneshiro, Jean Narikiyo, Henry Furuki-
do, Dolores Resquer. Second Row: L. to R. Miss O. Lar-
son, Nrs. B. Suenaga, Mr. W. Gordon, Miss B. Kim, Miss
First Row' L to R M
. . . r. M. Uyesugi, Henry Furukido, Mr.
T. Ono, Mr. W. Gordon, Miss H. Cunningham, Thomas
ladio workshop students are getting ready Ashimine. Second Row: L. to R. Mr. J. Mitchell M
or a newscast. Kaapana H '
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V ntula S Sugita E Hue, Second row: I. Infante, and
STUDENT ORGANIZATION: First row: E. e , . , .
S. Nishimira, STUDENT COURT: First row: E. Ventula, M. Uzumaki, P. Nagahara, Second row: E.
' ' J. Chung, Third row: M. Minami, Mr. L. Kawahara CAdviserJ,S.
Hue, M. Nishimura, N. Nakasone,
The functions of the Student Organization, Student Court, Cafeteria, and SchoolSpirit and Rally com-
mittee are very similar in all respects.
' ' ' l res ect and cooperation in all school activities.
Their goal is to establish honesty, faith in them se ves, p
' ed b many. They deserve our support at all times.
Their achievements have been prais y
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t 1h C Laura second row' W. Vincent, F. Kokubun, M.
CAFETERIA: First row: P. Swift, S. Bo e o, . , . .
Fukumoto, L. Coloma, third row: Y. Napiahi, I. Chung, Mr. L. Kawahara QAdviserJ, M. Kauhi, C.
V F' trow: P. Gouveia, F. Gabriel, J. Tirrell. Second row: T.
B. Lee. SCHOOL SPIRIT Si RALL .1 irs
Atienza, E. Lee Kwai.
EE: First rowzunidentified M. Bak
, ef, NOON HOUR COMMITTEE: L. to R. First Row: I
. Ticman, C. Elisayares, F. Galiza, F. Kim. Second Shimabukuro, A, Wai, H. Turski, .T. Maeda, R. Ad
rowzunidentified, N. Kam, N.Burgess, D. Mahiai, R. niya. Second row:.J. Yamamoto, S. Alfonso, L. Wi
Mar, L. Ascunsion, C. Basa. Third row: L. Lum, D- son, M. Andrade, K. Kuanoni, B. Kaanapu. Third row
Chung, C. Sokoda, A. Nakaguchi, R. Rakiro, R. Hxga. J, Kaleikini, H. Miyaki.
Fourth row: F. Kaalina, D. Sato, R. Shimamura, S.
Arakawa, H. Hoshioka, S. Shlmo, R. Higa, Mr. Ing.
The committees represented on this pa
s good entertainment and
ENGLISH COMMITTEE: First row: B. Hashitat
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ujioka, P. Oshxro, D Fujikami B , -
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bido. Second row- I Kevaloff
. . , M. Gay, I. Young, S.
Sesoko, J. Chung. Third row: C. Fujimoto, C. Kunu-
yoshi I. S
, asaki, M. Furukawa.
ge are a part of the Farrington Government. As you can see, they
re relatively large. Their purposes were: to help maintain good order in fire drills, to speak and write ood
English, to give the student to "dn unto oth
ers as you would have them to do unto you. "
RED CROSS: First row: I. Nakayama, S. Mankin, P.
Au, H. Nakamoto. Second row: I. Hironaka, E. Suzuki,
G. Maeda, L. Kouchiyama.
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Hiking has been a popular sport since the be-
ginning of time. Man has climbed mountains for
adventure and for the thrill of exploring unknown
Today, men and women alike who love the out-
doors don their climbing gearg which consists of
pick, rope, spike shoes and sun glasses, and ex-
plore mother nature or try to climb to the top of
The sport is reallya challenge for it presents
numerous dangers that are encountered, and only
the physically fit can fully enjoy mountain climb-
ing because it is a strenuous sport.
The snowy peak of the Himalayas is yet to be
conquered by the hundreds of men who try each
year to scale it.
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Annie Wai Grace Hlramatsu
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Working earnestly in producing another issue of The Gover-
nor are Violet, Aileen, Anita and Lily.
The Governor, our weekly paper, kept
the students well informed of the activi-
ties and news of both the school and the
The editors and their assistants worked
hard and long gathering news items to pro-
duce an interesting and readable paper.
The reporters held interviews with va-
rious students, teachers and visitors.
With the help of the varityping classes ,
the photography class and the printshop,
the Governor was able to enjoy a success-
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Editor Advise I-
One of the new features instituted this
year was a brief preview or introduction
of acceptable motion pictures to the stu-
Special editions were planned through-
out the year, including those of the sen -
lor, junior and sophomore Class Day
Some of the members became quali -
fied as members of the Quill and Scroll ,
National honorary journalism society.
'I'here were three newswritlng class -
es, periods 1 through 3.
Typists Lillian, Merle, and Concordia typing articles for
an issue of The Governor.
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Max L. Ford
The band was very busy this year under
the able direction of Mr. Max L. Ford
Highlights of the year included playing at
the football games. These included the Shrin
and Hula Bowl Games. The band also played
at the Oahu Education Association meeting
held at McKinley High School on November
26 and at teh concert for the Kalakaua Christ-
s ogram. The band played at several
Band appearances were also made at
Kalakaua Auditorium, Maluhia and Hickam
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Day Parade and at the graduation exercises.
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Harm onious voices heard on the cam-
pus through the year were those of the
Farrington Glee Club under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Naoma F. Aiwohi.
Their performance on every occa-
sion proved outstanding.
The Glee Club sang on the annual Alo-
ha Week program, concentrating 'on
Yuletide carols were sung during the
presentation of the Christmas play.
The Choristers entertained the school
and community with their fine musical
repertoire, including hymns, classical
and semi-classical selections.
his musical club was open to all stu-
dents who possessed an interest in mu-
Mrs. Naoma F. Aiwohi
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TYPISTS GAVE HAND
Playing an important role in the publication of the Ke Kiaaina
and The Governor were Mrs. Ruth M. Davis and her typography
They were responsible for the production of other publications,
including the Honolulu Interscholastic League Handbook, the
Speech and English Handbook, programs, tickets, forms, etc.
In spite of the use of a limited number of IBM' s and vari-
typers, the classes accomplished a tremendous amount of work
for the school and others.
'eri0d3 Sz 4,- left to right, row 1: M.
larada, W. Liu, F. DeVera, G. Pa-
ages, B. Hayashi, C. Shimabukuro,
tow 2: R Perkins J. Montayre, B.
larada, Ige, A., Lopes, S. Ama-
ino, E. Shibata. Row 3: Mrs. Davis,
4. Kim, E. Ota, H. Kam, S. Men-
.ez, L. Maielua.
Period 1 gl 2, left to right, row 1:
I. Magjanide, R. Baquiring, P. Alu,
Luke, L. Duarte. Row 2:A. Kansa-
1 ki, E. Alama, F. McKee, J'. Leong,
L. Kamakeeaina. Row 3: J. Chong,
H. L. Costa, J. Oliveira, R. San-
born, L. Balibrea, F. Jeremiah, E.
Lee Kwai, A. Kelii.
Period 5 8: 6, Left to right, row 1
B. Arakawa, E. Kan, D. Chun, M.
Balocan, J. Pahukula,A. Higa, M.
Row 3: L. Keohohou, E. Okuma, G.
Chu, G. Miyashiro, M. Sora, I. Ya
H. Hashimoto, L. Nishihama, L.
Hamabata. Row 2: S. Higa, H. Oha-
shi, Y. Arakawa, H. Toguchi, J. I-
waki, A. Ebesutani, M. Gonsalves.
mada, L. Inamura, Row 4: T. Yawa-
ta, E. Chun, N. Whang, G. Palakiko,
S. Kauhi, M. Andrade. S. Mau, M.
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Philip Ogata, Stanley Matsumoto, Robert Tsukamoto, Roger Bright, Harry Oklta,
Kenneth Gabriel, Edwin Hosaka, Franklin Nagahara, Kenneth Ching, Wilfred.Postem.
Clicking away their cameras through the school year were these shutterbugs under
the supervision of Mr. Ted Kahananui.
The photographers did creditable work in taking pictures for both the Ke Kiaaina
and The Governor.
Pictures by the photographers included those of sports events Qfootball, basketball,
baseball and track! and campus activities.
amafis pefzsonae i I
J encourage students to
'ess themselves freely
to acquire poise is the
rose of the dramatics
ses taught-by Mrs. Elsie
zercises in speech work,
omiming, making up ori-
l skits and monologues
doing one-act plays are
ided in the class activi-
ramatics students per-
iedfin the Christmas and
participated in the
sch Festival at the Uni- L. t
:ity of Hawaii. M. '
:her activities included Lara
orming skits for student V, C 'U' "" 1-'1Wai, M. """54W2. Sega ' "'5"""U, R. Vi ii
'peprallies and present- Bu,.keamP0110, B. Robe11M2n, D. Kishida Hg Row: J. Demagfa, L. Tanaka,
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programs at interme- L Ten.HRui.U1SRow: P. Ainor Alglenza, Swxarglrl, R- Martilsihfrang, V. .
e schools. J. Napeahi 01-lza, W. Vasco, O Lai, J. Dela 2: - Ferreira, S G. dRowg
ncellos G ruz W. ildi I
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Helen Miyamoto Joyce Nakayama
Aff Edltor Rofrc Editor
,lfucy qyeda ' p t Felipe Ramones
rninistration Editor X Co,Sport Editor
Norma Sodetanl Lena Mona
Co-Student Government Co-Sport Editor
Caroline Ducos in
Under the leadership of Editor Shizuo Takara and the supervision of Mr. Richard
Gima, the Ke Kiaaina staff produced this yearbook. The staff started to make sketches
early in the year.
Responsibilities such as drawing dummies, arranging the time for picture-taking ,
drafting layouts, cutting and pasting pictures and preparing write-ups for the various
pages were taken care by the fourth, fifth and sixth period classes.
Since everyone wanted the annual by June, the annual staff worked hard to meet the
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Jacqueline Tirrell 3 Betty Arakawa
Senior Editor Sophomore Editor
Organization Editor 4,
Lorraine Toi 1 A
Assistant Senior Editor
Assistant Junior E1
Your long-anticipated yearbook, the Ke Kiaaina, is now in your hands.
It represents many long hours of hard work on the part of Editor Shizuo Takara and his staff.
We hope that you will overlook the deficiencies of the book and enjoy the many good things it con-
May it prove to be a source of continous joy and satisfaction to you.
Co-Student Government Editor
Assistant ROTC Editor
The Farrington High School Orch:
tra, under the direction of Mr. B
L. Ford, was composed of many 0
It was composed of members fr
both- the beginners' and the advane
groups, both of whom performed vl
throughout the year.
Left to right- First row: Ruby Lau, Victoria Gaison, Michiko Taira, Lillian
Akamine. Second row: Charlene Aukai, Shirley Tadlas, Maymie Crowell, Eva
1 To uchi Third row' Joanna Baldauf, Rebecca Vincent, Wilfred
Tengan, He en g . .-
Rodrigues, Gladys Oshiro. Fourth row: Rudolph Kahookele, Alexander Burgess,
The Hawaiian Instruments class,
under the instruction of Mrs. Kee
Fun Lee, made rapid progress.
The purpose of this class is to
teach boys and girls to play the
guitar and ukulele.
Activities of the year included it 1' t
playing at the Kalihi-Palama Coun-
cll meeting, assemblies, various
schools, luncheon meetings and in
the May Day program.
Left toright, row one: I. Kahako, C. Esperanza, A. Car-
valho, V. Thomas, A. Seabury, N. Lee. Row two: H. Awana,
M. Helenlhl, A. Suan, C. Alameida, R. Merseberg, V.
Ernestberg. 'Row three: C. Freitas, R. Chai, R. Piiohia,
F. Ching, A. Bugress, I. Swanson, P. Kamana, F. Maikal,
W. Auyoung, E. Beniola.
niet ice Gfficets
Much credit goes to the
.TPO's who performed well in
directing traffic for the bene-
fit of students of this school.
Under the supervision of
Mr. Tokuji Ono, vice princi-
pal, the JPO's gained the re-
cognition and appreciation of
the entire school.
These students were out
there every day--in' good
weather and b d
Although there were only a
few .TPO's we owe them a great
deal of gratitude and appreci-
ationfor their service to the
a --to perform
Three cheers for a job well
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mando, Robert Yasue, Kenneth Ah Nee. Sec-
ond row: Officer Percy Yim, Tokuji Ono, ad-
adio wotfzslwp gfudenfs
The Radio Workshop people an-
nouced the news every morning
over the school's public address
Getting information, writing the
articles and reading the news con-
stituted each student's program.
The class had another responsibi-
lity--that of morale-building.
Doing this work helped the stu-
dents to express themselves free-
ly inacceptable idiomatic English.
Disc jockeys occupied the Radio
Workshop room during the lunch
hour to spin records for the en-
tertainment of the school.
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Albert Caporoz Richard Chun
Camera Dept. Mgr. Assistant Manager
N v A Production Manager
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Periods 1 Sz 2
Row 1 Lto R: R. Nakahara,
F. Lastimoza, F. Rosa, P.
Coelho, I. Baldauf. L.Soa-
res, W. Tsuma. Row 2:G.
Ishii, I. Campollo, R. Saito,
G. Adviento, J. Rodrigues,
M. Uyeno, I.Pa1acat,R.
Periods 3 Sr 4
Row 1 L to R: H. Matsuka-
do, S. Harrington, F. Higa,
D. Masaki, L. Soares, W,
Yuen. Row 2: J. Sanchez,
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H. Belocan, W. Nakamura,
R. Lopez,J. Perry, Row 3:
W. Aanna, L. Tagami, D.
Kakaio, unidenified ,S. Chi-
Periods 5 8: 6
Row 1 L to R: R. Furuba-
yashi, N. L. Young,' W.
Lee, A. Caporoz, A. Vail
saco, A. Loui, W. Larm.
Row 2: E. Fujii, W. Rod-
riques, J. Kahale, D. Ho,
W. Kozima. F. Toyama.
Harold Matsukado Francis Higa .
Stripping Dept. Mgr. ACE PRINTERS stripping Dept. Mgr
Michael Uyeno Walter Lee
Nee Leong Young
Press Dept. Mgr.
Press Dept. Mgr. Stripping Dept. Mgr
Stripping Dept. Mgr.
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Edward Kamaka iFi1imino Lastimoza
Stripping Dept. Mgr. Press Dept. Mgr. Al
Under the leadership of Mr. Robert V. Dowling,
the printshop has again proved its importance in the
The printshop undertook many important projects
with successful results. One of the projects was
printingthe school paperfor several schools, name-
ly, Waialua, Kaimuki, Central Intermediate, Sight
Conservation and Farrington.
It also printed books, pamphlets and forms for
Farrington, the Department of Public Instruction and
It produced the Ke Kiaaina, Farrington's annual.
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In recent years, the sport of bowling has be-
come extremely popular both as a form of recre-
ation and exercise, and as a means of competitive
This game was introduced to the colonies from
Holland. It is played with wooden pins and a ball.
The object of the game is to knock down the
pins with the ball, which is rolled down the alley.
Every year a national tournament is held by
the American Bowling Congress, which was or-
ganized in 1895.
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We, the class of '53, proudly yet sadly received our diplomas, we were not regretting, but recalling
wonderful and happy memories of three years at Farrington.
Letus recall our sophomore year, the year when we were assuming the title of "suffering sophomores"
and underwent the pains of adjusting ourselves to a newschool life.
Elected as officers of the sophomore class were John Snead, president, Daniel Platt, vice president,
Shirley Suglta, secretary, Marjorie Nishlmura, treasurer, and Miss Shizue lnamine, adviser.
It was the ... yes! the day ... April 13, 1951, with red and white as class colors and the red carna-
tion as symbol of the sophomore class, Doris Nalcasone' and Shinnichiro Nasu reigned as Queen and King
for the day., '
We were promoted to the rank of Jolly Juniors on September, 1952. Captainsof the ship then were Pre-
sident Soo Kil Park, VlcePresidentRoy Shigemura, Secretary Doris Nakasone and Treasurer Henry Furu-
xido. Mrs. Flora C. Loo was our adviser.
Then came our first formal, the Junior-Senior Prom. The Ala Wai Clubhouse lent a beautiful atmosphere
for the dance.
Then it came . . . September, 1952, the last year of our high school life at Farrington. ln this final year,
we elected officers Harold Ohania, president, David Jeong, vice presidentg Fay Nakamura, secretary, and
Thomas Ashimine, treasurer, Mrs. Alice K. Lum became our adviser. V
The student government council leadership was now captured by four conscientious seniors. With head-
quarters at Room 115, they were John Snead, Daniel Platt, Doris Nakasone and He1u'y Furukido.
Our class day and the senior prom were the two most unforgettable events that took place in our senior
The senior boys and girls looked really "sharp" in their suits and gowns. This was our last formal.
Commencement onSunday afternoon brought tears to many seniors because of their departure from Wal-
lace Rider Farrington High School. It showed we had successfully completed three years of learning.
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Left to Right: First row: H. Ohama, D. Jeong, L. Casimero, T. Endo, L. Ng, T. Ashimine, R. Tatsuyama.
Second row: T. Gilbert, E. Takayesu, S. Mitsuyoshi, F. Nakamura, G. Wakazawa, J. T0m,fP. Iocson,
L. Hayakawa, A. Shinagawa, E. Ota. Third row: c. Ann, R. mmhashi, G. cam, E., Kinneyf G. oshiro,
G. Parages. Fomu-th row: F. Saito, L. Wilson, B. Ideta, E. Yuasa, R. Bright, C. Ibiguchij I. Yamada,
I. Kobashigawa. Fifth row: L. Yoshino, R. Yokota, A. Chang. G. Nishinka. Rt Lum
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ADANIYA, IVAN, Jr. Football 1,2, Sr. Football
3, HR Red Cross Chr. 2
AGENA, GRACE, HR Treas. 1,2, Gregg
2,3, FBLA 3
AGUA, ALFRED, HR Forum Chr. 1, Sr. Band 1,2,
ROTC 1,2, FHA 3, Glee Club 1,2
AHN, CAROLINE, HR Prexy, 2, School and
Comm. 2, HRRep. 3
AHN, NATALIE, FHA 2, Gregg 2,3 Typo-
graphy Treas. 2, HR Prexy 2, Health
AHNEE, KENNETH, FGP 1, ROTC 1,2, JPO l,2,3
AH SAM, RICHARD, ROTC 1,2, Glee Club 1,2,
FEP 3, Jr. Football 2, Sr. Football 3
AH SING, KATHERINE, Glee Club l,2,3
AIU, JULIANA, Toaster Club 1, FHA 1,2, Glee Club
l,2,3, Gregg Club 2
AIU, PATRICIA, HaW'n Club 3, Toaster Club 3,
Dress Reg. Chr., 3, Gregg 2, I-IR Lib 2
AIU, WILHELMINA, FHA Prexy, 3, Glee
Club Prexy 2,3, Club '53 Sec. 2, Haw'n
AKAMINE, FRANCES, HR Sec. 1, Gregg 2, 3, HR Lib
1, COTC 3, FBLA 3
ALAMA, ELEANOR, Biology Club 2, 3, Gregg 2,
Toaster Club 3. Hui O' Wahine 3, FBLA 3
ALDAYA, BERNARD, JPO l,2,3, ROTC
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ALGOSO, VIRGINIA, HR Sch. 8a Comm. 1, Dramatics
l,2,3, Jolly Jesters 2,3, Program Chr. 3, French
Club 3, Radio Workshop 2
AMARAL, DANIEL, Swimming Team 1,
Basketball Mgr. 1, ROTC l, Honor Guard
AMARINO, SHIRLEY, HR Sec 1, ROTC Sponsor 1,
Glee Club 3, Soc Comm 1, Song Leader 3
AMONG, ELIZABETH, Gregg Club 2, Biology
Club 2, Haw'n Club 3
AMURO, HENRY, ROTC 1, 2, St Gov't Rep 2
ANDRADE, MARGARET, Tennis 2, 3, Class Rep
2, Haw'n Club 3, FBLA 3, Gregg 2
ANDRADE, VINCENT, Forum Chr 1, Rec
Comm 2, 3
ARAKAWA, BETTY, Glee Club 1, Gregg 3, HR Lib 3
ARAKAWA, BETTY H, Gregg 2, Health Rep 2,
Ke Kiaaina 2,3, Y-Teen 3, FBLA 3, Lib Chr,3
ARAKAWA, YOSI-IIYA, Health Chr 2,
FBLA 3, Gregg 3
Armsnmo, EUNICE, Bookk'pr Club 3, FBLA 3
Ann, MILDRED, HR sec 1, Gregg 2, HR
Lib Chr 2, FBLA 3
ARII, ROY, Rainbows Club 3, Bookk'pr Club 3, Hui O'
Kanes Club 2, ROTC 2, 3
ARITA, ROBERT, ROTC 1,2
ARRUDA, HENRIETTA, Governor 2, 3,
FBLA 3, HaW'n Club 3
ASAHINA, HENRY, Track 1, Dress Reg Comm 1
ASATO, ARTHUR, ROTC 1,2
ASI-IIMINE, THOMAS, Soph. Class Rep 1,
SB Treas 2,Finance Board 2, 3, Mutual Aid
Board 2, Rainbows Hi-Y 2, 3, I-Iui O Kokua
2, Recep Comm 2,3, Sr Class Treas, 3
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Social Comm. Rep. 2, Radio Workshop 2, HR SB Rep
3, FBLA 3
AUKAI, CHARLENE, Service Chr. 1, Healt
Chr. 3, Gregg 3, Ad. Orchestra 1,2,3
AUYONG, WILLIAM, ROTC 1,2, Pirate
2, Toaster's 2, 3, Swirrming 1, Biology 2
Rainbows 3 .
AZAMA, NAOMI, Biology Club 2,3, Toaster's Clu
Trea. 2,3, Health Comm. Chr. 1, IPR 2,3, Book
keeper's Club 3
BAANG, RUDALPH, Jr. Football 1, Red Cros
Rep. 1, Glee Club 1,2,3
BADAJOS, HONORIO, Ir.
BAKER, MAY K., FHA I,2,3, Gregg 2, HM Sec
Dress Reg. 1, FEP 2, CRT 3, Social Chr. 2
BAQUIRING, REGINA, Gregg 2
BASCON, SERENO, ROTC 2
IJATUNGBACAL, REGINALD, ROTC 2
BAUTISTA, GILBERT, HR V-Prexy 1, Juni1
Forum Comm. 2, School and Comm. 3, Chee:
leader 3, ROTC 1,2, BBLA 3
BENOZA, ANTONIO FEP Rep. 1, Ba
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CADIS, ESPERANSA FHA 1,2,3. CALM, GERALDINE Toasters Club l, 2,3, Biology Club 2,
3, Red Cross Rep 2, HR Rep 2. CAMPBELL, MARGARET Gregg Club 2, FHA 3, French
Club 3, Biology Club 3, Haw'n Club 3. CAMPOLLO, VIOLETA FHA 2, Gregg 2, Glee Club
3, Dramatlcs l, 2. CANSIBAG, ALENANDRA FHA 2, Toasters Club l, Gregg Club 2,3, HR
CAPOROZ, ALBERT Jr. Football 1, Ir. Basketball 1, Track,1,2,3, HR Sec 2, HR
Health Chr 3. CARREON, .TOSE ROTC 1, 2, HR V-Prexy 2, Biology .Club 3.CARA-
VALHO, ANITA Gregg Club 3, CASTILLO, PACITA Ke Kiaaina 2,3, Club 17 2, 3,
CASTILLO, ROSITA HR Sec 1, HR Treas. 1, Gregg 2, FBLA 3, Biology Club 3.
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CAVACO, ELIZABETH FHA 2, Haw'n Club 3, Health Chr 3, FBLA. CAZIMERO, LION!
ROTC 1, Honor Guard 2, HR Chr 1, HR Rep 3.
CENTENO, EMETERIO HR V-Prexy3. CHAI, RICHARD ROTC 1,2, French 2, Has
Instr 2, 3, Dress Reg 2, Orchestra 3. CHANG, ALVIN B. F. ROTC 1, 2. CHANG ALI
K. M. HR Treas 1, FGP 1, Spartans 3, ROTC 1,2,3. CHANG, DOROTHYGregg 2,
Chr 2, Club '53 2,3, Bookkpr Club 3, Sch 8: Comm Rep 2.
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CHANG, NAMO, SB 2, Gregg 2, Glee Club 1,2,3, Hawmclub 3. CHANG, MELVIN, Sr Band
1,2,3, CHAVES, GORDON, ROTC 1,2, Dramatics 1. CHIAPPETTA, NALTER, ROTC 1,Z,
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Club 2, Orchestra 1,2, Student Court 3.
CHING, KENNETH, Sr Football2, 3, Sr Band 2,3, HealthChr 2, HR V-Prexy 3. CHINN,
SYLVIA, Book'kpr Club 3, CHOCK, VELMA, FEP Chr 2, FHA 1,2,3, Gregg 2, Biology
Club 3, FEP Sec 1. CHOO, CLARISSA, FHA 1,2, Glee Club 2,3, Toaster's Club 3,
CHOW, STEPHEN, ROTC 2, Sr Band 2,3.
CHOY, ERNEST, Band 1,2,3, ROTC 1,2, Dress Reg 1, Orchestra 2, HR Lib 3. CHOY,
FRANKLIN, ROTC 1,2,3, FGP 1, Forum Chr 2, Glee Club 2,3, Track 1,2. CHUN, HELEN,
SB Rep 2, Gregg 2,3, COTC 3, SB Dress Regulations Chr 3. CHUNG, JAMES. CHUN LOR-
,RAIN'E, Soc Chr 2,3, Newswriting, 1, Gregg 2, FBLA 3, Aikane Teensters 2,3, ,
CHUN, RICHARD, FEP 3. CHUNG, JACOB, Football 1,2,3, Track 2, SB Rep 2, HR
Health Chr 3. CHUNG, JANICE L.J. , Jolly Jesters2,3, Gregg 2,3, SB EngComm 2,
3, IPR 2, Toasters Club 2, Aikanes Y-Teens 1. CHUNG, SOPHIE, HR Soc Chr 1, Jr
Comm Chr 1. CHUR, WALTER, Pirates 1,2, ROTC 1,2, Toaster's 3, FEP 3.
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DELA cRUz, JANE, FHA 2, 3, Biology
DELA CRUZ, THOMAS V, Forum Chr 1, Dress Reg
Chr 2, ROTC 1, 2, HR V-Prexy 3.
DELEON, PAMELA, HR Prexy 1,2, Dramatics
1, 2, Glee Club 1, 3, FHA 3.
DELOS SANTOS, HELEN, Gregg 1, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3. '
DE MATTOS, JOSEPHINE, FHA 3, Health Chr 3, Dra-
matics 1, 2, 3.
DE VESAS, VINCENT
DEVERA, FRANCES, Glee Club 1,2, 3,
A Health Chr 1, HR chr 2, Sch and Comm
Chr 2, Dramatics 3.
CONSEN, VIRGINIA, HR Lib 3, Gregg 3.
CUARTO, SIMPLICIO, Sch and Comm 2, 3, HR Sec
2, 3, FHA 2, 3, Dramatics 2, HR Soc Chr 3.
CUMMINGS, GRACE, Gregg 3.
DAMASO, ALFRED, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatic 1, 2,
Cheerleader 2, Book'kpr Club 3, Gregg 2.
DAMO, ESTI-IER, COTC Service Chr 3, Gregg
2, 3, FBLA, Stu Gov't Rep 2, HR V-Prexy 3.
DE CAMBRA, LAWRENCE
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DOMINGO, CONCEPTION, FHA 1, HR Forum Chr 2
Jolly Iesters 2, Gregg 2, Rep 3 ,
DUCOSDI, CAROLINE, Governor 1, Gregg
2, 3, Ke Kiaaina 2, 3
DUMLAO, EVELYN, Lib 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Soc Chr
2, FHA 3, Gregg 3
DWIGHT, FRANCES, Haw'n Club 3, Ke Kiaaina
3, FHA 3
EBESUI, ESTHER, sch an comm 1, Lib
2, 3, FHA 2, 3
EBESUTANI, ADELINE, Gregg 2, FBLA 3
EBISUTANI, KENNETH, Sr Band 2
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ENOKI, PEGGY, HRRep 1, Sec 2,3, Club 53 2,
3, Aikane Teensters 2,3, COTC 3
ESPERON, DANIEL, Sr Band 2, 3, Sr Or-
ra 3, Haw n Ins 3, Jr Football 2, .Tr
FEARY, MURIEL, Soc Chr 1, HR Rep 1, Lib 1
FERREIRA, SHIRLEY, Dramaticsl 2 3 So
leader 3, Gregg 2, HR Soc Chr 3, Rachr: Work-
FOLLOSCO, CONCHITA, Glee Club 1, Sch
81 Comm 1, FHA 2,3, Governor 3, Dra-
FORGES, ABRAHAM, Forum chr 1, Band 1, 2, 3, ROTC
1, 2, FHA 3
FREEMAN, RANDOLPH, FEP 3, ROTC 1,2,
FREITAS, CLARENCE, HR Rep 2
FUJIKAMI, DOREEN, HR Tres 1, NH Rec Chr 2,
Jolly Jesters 1,2,3, Gregg 2, 3, COTC 3
FUJIMOTO FUMIKO Hui O' Governess 2,
FUJIMOTO, JANE, HR Rep 1, Hui O' Governess 2, 3,
Gregg 2, Bookk'pr Club 3, FBLA 3
FUJIMOTO, RITA, Y-Teen 1,2,3, Rec. Com 3,
HR Rep 2, Book'kpr Club 3, Gregg 2
FUKUDA, DORIS, Songleader 2, Jolly Jesters 2, 3, Club
1 '53 2, Gregg 1,2, FHA 2
FUKUMOTO, ANN, Club '53 2,3, FHA 3, Hui O'
Wahines 3, Farr. Speech Q Debate 3, HR Forum
Chr 3 '
FUKUMOTO, MILDRED, Jolly Jesters 1, 2,
3, Biology Club 2, 3, Class Awards Chr 2,
SB Cafe Chr 3, HR Sec 2,3
FUKUNAGA, AMY, FCF 1,2,3
FURUKAWA, MELVIN, Eng Com 1, 2, 3, French
Club 2, 3, ROTC 1, 2
FURUKIDO, HENRY, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Jr Class
Tres 2, SB Tres 3
FURUYA, FLORENCE, Red Cross Rep 2, SB Soc Com
3, Jolly Jesters 1,2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, PBX 3
GABRIEL, DOLORES, ROTC Sponsor 1, 2, 3, SB
Soc Com 1, 2, 3, Gregg 2, 3, FBLA 3, Songleader
GABRIEL, EDWARD, ROTC1, 2, Jr Foot-
ball 2, HR Tres 2, HR Health Chr 2
GALERA, MANUEL, FGP 1, ROTC 1, 2, FEP 1, HR
I GALTON, BETTY, Lib cur 1, HR sec 1,,HR
GANEKO, MILDRED, Gregg 3
GARCIA, WENDY, HR Sec 2, Gregg 3
GASPER, RICHARD, FFA 3
GENOBIA, ROSITA, Gregg 2,3, Toasters 3
GILBERT, THERESA, Class Rep 2, Biology Club 2
GILDING, SUSAN, HR Prexy 1, Gregg 3, FHA 1
Dramatics 2, Cheerleader 2
GODINEZ, ROBERT, ROTC 1,2, .Tr Baseball 1
HR V Prexy 3, Glee Club 3, Class Rep 1
GOME5, BETTY MAE, Jr Red Cross 1, FHA 3, Glee
GONO, CAROL, Aikane Teensters 1, Gregg 2, Lib
GONSALVES, MARGARET, Red Cross Rep 1, FHA 1
GOUVEIA, PRISCILLA, Swimming 1, Gregg 2,3
School Spirit and Rally Chr 3
HAGI, NORMAN, ROTC 1,2
HAMABATA MITSUKO Gre 2 Aikane Teen
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HARADA, BARBARA, Biology Club 2,3, Club '53 2,
Hui O Wahines 2, 3, HR Sec 3
HARADA, MILDRED, Club '53 2, Gregg 2, Biology
HARADA, RAYMOND, ROTC 1, 2, HR Lib 1, Fire
Marshall 3, HR V Prexy 2
HARRINGTON, STANLEY, Football 1,2,3, ROTC 1,
2, HR Prexy 3
HARUKI, HENRY, ROTC 1,2, HR Trees 1,3,
Sr. Band 2,3, FGP 1
HASHIMOTO, GILBERT, HRSch 8: Comm
Chr 2, HR Forum Chr 2, ROTC 1,2,
HATTORI, KUUIPO, ROTC 1,2,
HAUOLI, DAVID, ROTC 1, 2,3, Glee Club
1,2,3, HRRep 2, SB Rep 2, Rlfle Team 3
I-IAYAKAWA, LILLIAN, Jolly Jesters 1, HRRep 3,
French Club 3, Red Cross Rep 1, PBX Club 2, 3
HAYASHIDA, IRENE, HR Soc Chr 2, HRSec 3,
PBX 1,2, 3, French Club 3
HIFUMI, BERT, ROTC 1,2, Jr Basketball 2, Spartan
HIGA, AKIKO, Jolly Jesters 1, HR V- Prexy 1,
Gregg 2, Book'kpr 3.
HIGA, JAMES, SB Rep 1,2, ROTC 1,2,
Pirates 2, Spartans 2,3, Sapphire 3.
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HIGA, MARGARET, Sch,8z Comm Chr 3, Aikane Teen-
sters 2,3, Gregg 3, FBLA 3, Club '53
HIGA, ROBERT, ROTC 1, 2 Baseball 2, 3
HIGA, ROBERT M., HRTreas 2, FGP 1,
ROTC 1, 2,
HIGA, ROBERT S. , Rainbows 2, ROTC 1, 2 A
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HIGA, TI-IEODORA, Health Chr 1, Biology BCHC
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JOHN, ROTC 1,2. HORI, MELVIN, ROTC 1,2, Rainbows 2,3, Fire Chief 3.
HOSAKA, EDWIN, Track Manager 2, Football 2,3. HOSINO, RCBE, Health Chr 2, HR
Lib 2, FHA 2,3. HU, KENNETH, ROTC 1,2, Award Comm 3, HR Treas 1, HR Soc
Chr 1, HUE, ELIZABETH, JollyJester l,2,3, French 1,2, StuCourt 3, Biology Club
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3. IDETA, BARBARA, French Club l,2,3, HR Lib Chr 1, JollyJesters Treas 1,2,3, Biology
Club 2,3, HR Sec 3. IGARASHI, RICHARD, Campus Committee 3, Sr Directory 3, Social
Committee 3, HR Treas 3. IGE, JEAN, Aikane Teensters l,2,3, Club '53 Vice Pres. -2,
Gregg 2, FHA 3, Dress Reg Chr 3.
IHA, FRANCES, FHA l,2,3, Club '53 2,3, HR Forum Chr 3. IHA, THOMAS, IKARI,
HAZEL, HR Prexy 2, St Court 2, FBLA 3, Aikane Teenster l,2,3, JrAward Comm 2.
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2, Spartans 2,3, ID Comm 3, FBLA 3. INSO, ALFREDO, ROTC 1,2
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THY, Glee Club 3, FHA 3. French Club 2. IWAIG, HELEN. IWAKI, JANET, Glee Clubl
Y-Teens 2, Health Chr 3. IWAKI. MABEL.
IWAKI, RACHEL, HuiOWahines 1, Jr Sec2, HR Chr 3, JACINTO, WILLIAM, JEONG,
DAVID, Sr Class V-Prexy 3, ROTC 1,2, Student Court 1, Golf 2,3, Rainbow Hi-Y 2,3
JEREMIAH, FREIDA, Glee Club 2, 3, St Gov't Rep 2, Gregg 3, JEREMIAH, HERMAN,
ROTC 1,2,3, Band 1,2, Glee Club 2,3, HR Chr 1, FHA 2,3
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2, Dream'Debs 2,3, Gregg 2, COTC Prexy 3.
KALILIKANE, ANNIE, Glee Club 3.
JOCSON, PATRICIA, Cheerleader 2, COTC 3, Recep
Comm 2,3, Aikane Teensters 1, 2,3.
JGOL, INEMESIO, ROTC 1,2.
KAAI, ELMER, Glee Club 1,2,3.
KAANUPU, BEVERLY, Glee Club 1,.2,3, Dramatics
1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Club'53 Prexy 3, HR Health
Chr 1, 2.
KAAWA, WILLIAM, ROTC 2, FFA 3,
KADOMOTO, BEVERLY, FBLA 3, Gregg 2,
Boowkpr cmb 3.
KAHALE, JOHN, 1-'ire chief 1,z, Track
3, Fobtball 1,z,3, Quill 3 Scroll 3.
KAM, JANE, FHA 2,3
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KAMANA, MIRIAM, FHA 1,3, Gregg 3, Club '53 2,3, F, . I ,
KAMANA, PAUL, FFA 2,
KAMAI, ELIZABETH, HR Rep 1, Ser chr
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KANESHIRO, DORIS M, Toasters Club 1, Hui O'
Governess 1, 2, 3, Gregg 2
KANESHIRO, RICHARD, Track 1, HR Lib
1, HR Chr 2, REP 2, ROTC 1,2
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KANSAKI, PAUL, ROTC 1,2,3, Jr Football 2,
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KARIMOTO, HAROLD, Spartans 2,3, Spartans Treas
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KARRATT1, ALEXANDER, ROTC 1,2.
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5, p Chr 1, Gregg2, Book'kpr Club 2, Gregg3,
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KAUHI, SHIRLEY, Glee Club 2, Gregg 3, SB Rep 3,
KAUIHOU, JOEL, ROTC 1,2,3, Jr Football 2,
Rifle Team 1,2,3, HR Treas 1.
KAUWE, GEORGE, HR Prexy 3, HR Rep
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KAWAI, ARTHUR, ROTC 1,2, Ramblers 1,2,
HR Treas 3.
KAWAKONE. LENORA, HR Soc Rep 2,
Dramatics 1,2, HR Treas 3, FHA 3.
KAWAMOTO, JAMES, HR Trea. 3, ROTC 1,2, HF
Chr 2, Forum Chr 2.
Ml KUWAYE, RICHARD
KEAHI, AILEEN, Jolly .Testers 1, SB Rep. 1, HR Soc.
Chr 2, Gregg 3
,f I KEAHIOLALO, ANN MAY, FHA 1, Dress Reg.
2, Forum Chr 3
KEALOHA, EUGENE K, Jr Football 1, HR
V-Prexy 1, ROTC 1,2
KAMAKEEAINA, LIBBY, FHA 1, Comm. Chest 1, HR
Rep 1, Gregg 1, Soc Chr 1,
KEALOHIO, BLOSSOM, Dress Reg Rep 1, School
Kr Comm Rep 2, Glee Club 3, Haw'n Club 3
KELEPOLO, EDWARD, ROTC 2, 3, HR
Chr 2, HR V-Prexy 3, Sr Football 3
KELLII, ANGELINE, Glee Club 1, 2,3, Typography 2,
3, Gregg 3
KIILI, ANNIE T. , Glee Club 3
KIILI, HARRIET, Biology Club 3, FHA 3
KIKUCHI, NANCY, Gregg 2,3, FBLA 3
KIM, ESTER, Aikane Teensters 2, 3, Noon
Hour Rec. Comm 2, COTC 3, Book'kpr Club
KIM, MARJORIE, Gregg 2, Forum Chr. 3
KIMURA, CHARLES, ROTC 1,2, Rainbows 2,3,
Hui O' Farr 2,3, Spartans 3, ID Comm 1,2, 3
KIMURA, THEODORE, ROTC 2, Football
1, 2, 3
KINNEY, ESTHER K, Toasters 1,2,3, Haw'n Club 3,
SB Soc. Comm 3, HR Rep. 3, Glee Club 3
KINOSHITA, SALLY, HR Rep 1, HR Sec. 2, FHA
3, School gl Comm. Ser. 2, Newswritinz 3
KISHI, RALPH, ROTC 2, HR Dress Reg
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3 KODAMA, STEPHEN, Prexyl, HR Treas 1, Red
Cross Rep 1, ROTC 1,2
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KOGE, KAZUO, ROTC 1,2
KOBASHIGAWA, CHARLES, ROTC 1,2, Toast-
ers Club 3, KeAliiClub 2, OYC 2,3, Class Ring
KOKI, STANLEY, ROTC 1,2, French Club 2,3, Red
Cross Rep 1, Ke Kiaaina 1, Governor 2,3
KOKUBUN, FRANCES, HR Sec 1, Class Rep 2,
SB Award Comm 2, Jolly Jesters Club 2, 3 French
KOIDE, ARTHUR, Soc Comm Chr 1,2, SB
Rep 1, 2, ROTC 1, 2,3,ForumChr 3, Prexy
KONISHI, JANET, Book'kpr Club 3, Red Cross Rep 2
COTC 3 1
KONO, WINFRED, Jr Baseball 1, ROTC 1,2
KONNO, JANE, Book'kpr Club 3, Gregg 2
Toasters 1, Aikane Teensters 1,2, 3
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KOSEKI, LAWRENCE, Class Day Ed. 1, Rain-
bows, 1,2,3, Newswriting 1,2,3, Rorc 1,2,3, 3 1
Quill and Scroll 2, 3
KOTANI, PHILIP, FFA 1, 2, 3
KOTANI, WARREN, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Band 2, 3, ROTC
KUANONI, KATHERINE, HR Prexy 3, SB Rep.
1,2, Co-Chr. Noon HR Rec.. 3, FHA 3, Greeg
KUJIUJI, EDWARD, FEP 2
KUNuv1oTo, ROWAN, Rofrc 1,2, Golf 2,3, SB Rep-
1, Red Cross 2
KURODA, GEORGE, ROTC 1,2
KUROSU, HARRY, ROTC 1, 2, Pirates 2, Sap-
KUROSU, NANCYLSB Rep. 1,2, Gregg?,
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HRV-Prexy 3, LAI, BLAISE, Dramatics 1,2,3, ROTC 1,2,3, LAMADORA, RUPERTO,
HR soc. Cnr. 2, Glee Club 2,3, LAMADRID, VICTORINO
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Health Chr. 1, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2,3, Gregg 3, HR Soc Chr 3. LARM, BEVER-
LY J. , Jolly Jesters 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, FHA 3. LAU, RUBY, TOaster's Club 1, Frencl
Club 3. LAVILLA, DANIEL, G1eeC1ub1,2,3, HR Chr. 2, Glee Club V-Prexy 3, ROTC 1,2,
3, Recep Comm 2, 3.
LEE, BUCK TONG, ROTC 1. LEE, CHUN BUK. LEE, DIANE, Bookkpr Club 3, FHA
3. LEE, FLORINE. LEE, IENNIE, Forum Chr. 1, HR Sec 2, Club '53 3, Gregg 3.
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Handbook Comm 2, Gregg 2,3, Aikane Teensters 2, Club '53 3, FBLA 3, LIWAI, BESSIE,
HR Clu' 1, Dramatics 2,3, HR Rep 2, Ke Kiaaina 3, HR Rep 3
LORENZO, GORDON, Health Chr 1, Lib 2, LOUIS, PE'I'ER, Glee Club 1,2,3, FEP 2,
Red Cross 3, LUKE, LILY, HR Rep 1, HR ,Chr 2, 3, Ke Kiaaina 2, 3, LUM, CHARLES,
Book'kpr Club 3, FBLA 3, COTC 3, ROTC 1,2, LUM, ROBERT, ROTC 1,2, Recep
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MAGNO, SHIRLEY, HR Rep 1, Gregg 2, Jolly
Jesters 1, Class Tres 1, HR Lib Chr 1
MAHAULU, THOMAS, ROTC 1,2
MAIKAI, FREDERICK, Forum Chr 2, Haw'n Instr 2, 3
MARK, DAVID, HR Tres 1,2, Pirate Clul
2, Gregg 2, Glee Club 2, FBLA 3
MARUYAMA, GRACE, Gregg 2, FHA 1
MARTIN, VIOLET, Class Chr 1, Tennis
Team 2,3, Swimming 1, SB Rep 2, Red
LUM, ROBERT, ROTC 1,2, Recep Comm 3, Cap 3,
LUM, VERNON, ROTC 1,2, FFA 1,2,3, FG1?
1,2, FHA 3, HR Forum Chr 1
LUM, WILFRED, Pirates 2, SB Rep 2,
Jr Football 2
MADALI, HARRIET, HR Rep 1,2, Glee Club 1,2,3,
FHA 3, Club 53 3
MAEDA, GEORGE, SB Rep 3, ROTC 1,2,
HR Rep 2, Jr Red Cross 3
MAEDA, LAYNETTE, Red Cross Rep 1, Aikane Teen-
sters 1,2, 3
MAIELUA, ZOE, Biology Club2, Sch8z Comm 2,
Gregg 2,3, FBLA 3, COTC 3
MAEKAWA, RICHARD ROTC 1,2
IATAYOSHI, EVELYN, Red Cross Rep 2, 3, HR Sec
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MATIAS, FRANCES, FHA 3.
IATSUOKA, VIOLET, Red Cross Rep 1, SB Rep 2,
olly .Testers 1, 2, 3, Gregg 2, 3, FBLA 3.
AMATSUMIYA, GRACE, Jolly Jesters 2, 3, Gregg
2,3, FBLA 3.
MATSUMOTO, ALICE, Toasters Club 1, 2,
.Tolly Iesters 2, 3, Gregg 2, 3, Hui O' Gov-
ernors 2, COTC 3.
IATSUMOTO, GRACE, HR Treas 1,Iol1y .Testers 2, 3,
regg 2,3, FBLA 3, Forum 2. '
MATSUNO, JAMES, ROTC 2, Pirates 2,
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Dream Debs 1, 2, 3, Aikane Teensters 1, 2,3, Hui O'
MAU, FOOK TIM, ROTC 1,2.
MAU, SADIE, Gregg 2,3,
MAU, WILFRED, ROTC 1, 2, Rainbows 3, Base-
ball 2, 3, FEP 3, SB Rep 1.
MCMILLAN, EDNA, HR'Soc Chr 1, FHA 2.
MEDEIROS, RALPH, ROTC 1,2, Ke Kiaaina 2, 3.
MEDEIROS, FRANCES, Gregg 2, 3, COTC 3, HR
Red Cross.Rep 1.
MERESEBERG, ROSELANI, Noon Hour Rec
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MIMURA, ARTHUR, Band 1,2,3, ROTC
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MINAMI, MERLE, Ke P lii 1,2, 3, Stu Court 3,
ROTC 1. 2
MISHIMA, PHYLLIS, Class Day Comm 1,
Inter-Club-Council Prexy 3, Dream Debs
2,3, Awards Comm 2, Aikane Teensters
1, 2 , 3
MITTE, THOMAS, Band 1,2,3, ROTC 1,2, Football
2,3, HR Firechief 3
MITSUYAKI, STANLEY, Forum Chr 1,2,3, Sr
Glee Club 3, Officer's Club 2,3, ROTC 1,2,3,
MIYAMOTO, GEORGE, ROTC 1,2
MIYAMOTO, HELEN, Forum Chr 1,2, Recep Comm
Chr 3, Dress Reg Comm 3, Quill gl Scroll 2, 3 ,
MIYASHIRO, GLADYS, Club '53 2, Jolly Jester
2,3, Gregg 3, Health Chr 3, KeKiaalna'2, 3
MIURA, THOMAS, ROTC 1,2
MOKEPUHA, CLARENCE, ROTC 1,2, Sr Band 2,3
MOLINA, LEVI, Basketball 1,2, 3
MONTAYRE, JUNE, HR Prexy 2, Prexy
Hui O' Toasters 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Haw'n
MORITA, STANLEY, ROTC 1,2
MOROLT, VERONICA, FHA 1
MOROMISATO, LILY, HR Lib Chr 1. HR
Sec 1, 2, 3, Aikane Teensters 1, 2, 3, Gregg
2, Dreamers 2,3
MOTOYAMA, LILY, Biology Club 1, Gregg Club 3,
Lib. 1, FHA 2
MOTTA, LENA, Cheerleader 3, Haw'n Club3,
Ke Kiaaina 2, 3, Red Cross Rep. 1
MURAKAMI, ARCHIE, ROTC 1, 2, HR
NAKAHARA, FRANKLIN, Book'kpr Club 3, ROTC 1,
2, ID Comm. 2,3, HR Treas. 3
NAGAHARA, PEGGY, Dress Reg. Chr. 2, 3, Stu,
Court 3, Aikane Teensters 1,2,3, French Club
2,3, Soc. Comm. Sec. 3
NAGAMINE, NAOMI, SB Rep. 1, Aikane.
Teensters 1,2,3, Y-Teen Treas. 2, SB
Soc. Comm. 2, HR Treas. 2
NAGATA, PAUL, Ke Ani 1,z,3, Jr. Football 1, FGP
1, Cap gl Gown Comm. 3
NAILIMA, ADELAIDE, Glee Club 2,3, FHA 1,
3, Haw'n Club 3
NAKAGAWA, EUSTACE, ROTC 1,2
NAKAGAWA, STANLEY, ROTC 1,2, Spartans 3
NAKAMA, HERBERT, Band 2,3
NAKAMATSU, BETTY, FHA 1,3, HR Prexy 2, HR
Rep. 1, Jolly Jesters 2, Gregg Club 2
NAKAMURA, FAY, Aikane Teensters 1, Dream
Debs 2,3, French Club 3, HR Sec. 2, Class Sec.3
NAKAMURA, JOYCE, Dress Reg. 2, HR Health Chr. 2,
HR Sec. 3, COTC 3, Gregg Club 2,3
NAKAMURA, JUDITH, Aikane Teensters 1, 2, 3,
Gregg Club 2, Dream Debs 1, 2, 3
NAKAMURA, VIVIAN, Aikane Teensters 1,
2,3, Gregg Club 2,3, FBLA 3, COTC 3,
HR Prexy 1
NAKANO, ALICE, HR Health Chr 2, Toaste.
Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Gregg 2, HR Dre
NAKASHIMA, LARRY, ROTC 1,2, HR Chr 2, 1
Alii's 1, 2, Sapphires 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3.
NAKASHIMA, LESLIE, Ke Alii 1,2,3, HR 1
Prexy 3, French Club 3, Bldg and Campus Corr
NAKASONE, DORIS, Aikane Teensters 1,
3, Dream Debs 2, 3, Recep Comm 2, J
Class Sec 2, SB Sec 3.
NAKASONE, EDWARD, ROTC 1, 2,
NAKASONE, HARRY, HR Prexy 2, Recep Com
3, FEP 3.
NAKASONE, ROBERT, Band 1, 2, 3, Bass
ball 2, 3, ROTC 1, 2, Spartans 2, 3,
NAKATA, AILEEN, HR Sec 3, Gregg V-Prexy 3, FBI
3, COTC 3, Hui O Wahine 3.
NAKATA, GRACE, Aikane Teenster's 1,2
Biology Club 2, 3, Gregg 2.
NAKATA, JANET, Red Cross Rep 1, J'o1
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'AKATA, Sl-HRLEY, Jolly Jesters 2, Gregg 2
NAKATANI, DOROTHY, Aikane Teensters 1, 2, 3
Dream Debs 1,2,3, Gregg 2, Hui O' Wahines 3
HR Lib Clu' 1
IAKAYAMA, JOYCE, Red Cross Rep 1,3, HR Sec 1,2
'rench Club 3. Ke Kiaaina 2, 3, Jolly Jesters 1
NAKAYAMA, JUNE, Aikane, Teensters 1, 2,3
Dream Debs 2, 3, Gregg 2,3, COTC V-Prexy 3
Soc Rep 2
gAKAZA, MIRIAM, HR Chr 3, Glee Club
mm, SARAH, sr Glee Club 3
NAKAJI, AGNES, FBLA 3
NARLKIYO, JEAN, Hnueauh chr 2, ss
Health Chr 3, Alkane Teensters 3
msumo. HARRY, sr Band 1,2,3, ROTC 1,3
NASU, sum-usmno, Rifle Team 1,2, sr Band
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NELSON, RUDOLPH, Football Mgr 2, FFA
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EGP 1, Forum Chr 2, Glee Club 2,3, Track 1. NIHEI, TOKIKO, Aikane Teensters 1,2,3,
Gregg 2,3, co'rc 3. NIIZAWA, MAE, Book'kpr Club 3, Gregg 3.
NISHIIIIRA, FLORENCE, Gregg 2,3, FBLA 3. IIISIILIIRA, MAE, NISHIMURA, MAR-
JORIE M. Class Treas 1, Stu Gov't Soc Chr 3, Stu Court 3, French Club l,2, 3, Jolly
Jesters 1,2,3. NISHIOKA, GEORGE, ROTC 1,2,3, Spartan 1,2,3, Rifle Team 2,3 HR
Soc Rep 2, HR Rep 3, sapphires 3. NISHIZAWA, MYRA, Red Cross 2,3, SB Rep 3,
FHA 1,2,3, Glee Club 2.
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Rep 1, Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 2,3, Lib 3. OKUMA, EISIE, Club 53 2,3, Hui O' Wahines 3,
Gregg 3, FHA 1, Aikane Teensters 1. OHAMA, HAROLD, Football2, 3, Rainbows 1, 2,3, Noon
Hour Co-Chr 2, Sr Class Prexy 3, Hui O' Farrington 2, 3, Recep Comm 3.
OKADA, MILES, OHASHI, HELEN, Jolly Jesters 1, Glee Club 1, Gregg 2,3, Clnh 53
2,3. OKAZAKI, THOMAS, Sr Basketball 2,3, HR Lib 3, ROTC 1,2. OKINO, ERNEST,
ROTC l,2, Rainbow 3, Mercury 1, Hui O Kanes 2. OKINISHI, KENNETH, Jr Football
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Glee Club 1,2,3, OKAMURA, PATSY, Gregg 2, 3, FBLA 3, HR Lib Chr 2, JollyJesters 2,3,
OLARTI, JOHN, ROTC 1,2.
OMEGA, MARCELINA. OMORI, DOROTHY, HR Sec 1, Aikane Teensters 1,2,3, HR
Soc Chr 3, Gregg 2,3, FBLA 3. OMORI, DORIS, ONO, NANCY, Aikane Teensters 2,
3, Dress Reg 3, Gregg 3, FBLA 3. ORDONEZ, PETER, ROTC 1,2, FEP 1.
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Ke Kiaaina 2,3. ORTIZ, SHERRY, FHA 2,3. ORTIZ, SHIRLEY, Dramatic 1, Jolly Jesters
2, Glee Club Sec 3, BiologyClub 3. OSAKI, WILFRED, HR Prexy 2,3, HR Rep 3, Forum 1.
OSHIRO, ELEANOR, Dress Reg 1, HR Treas 2, Aikane Teensters 1,2,3, Gregg 2, Book-
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OSHIIRO, GEORGE. OSHIRO, GLADYS, SB Rep 1, 2, I-IR Rep 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Hui
O'Wahine 3. OSHIRO, J EAN, OSHIRO, KATHRYN, HR Treas 1, 2, Toasters Club 1, 2, 3,
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PAYG, LEONORA, HR Treas 3, Gregg 2, 3,
Forum Chr 2, HR Rep 1
PARAGES, GENEVIEVE, PBX 2, 3, HR Rep
3, FHA 3, Toasters Club 1, Biology Club
PARK, SOO KIL, Class Prexy 2, Ass't Stu Body Treas
L, French Club Prexy 3, Rainbows 2,3, Hui O' Farr 3
OTA, ELSIE, HR Rep 2,3, Jolly Jester 1,2,3, Gregg
2, FBLA 3
OYA, RUTH, HRSoc Chr 1, Stu Court 2, Aikane
Teensters 1,2,3, Farr Toasters 1,2, 3, FHA 3
OYAMA, PATSY, Biology Club 2, 3, Jolly
Jesters 1,3 Sch and Comm Rep 2, HR
Health Chr 3
PA, SAMUEL, FFA 3
PAHUKULA, JOSEPHINE, Quill and scroll
2,3, Gregg 3, HR Lib 3, Hr Sec 1
PANG, SHIRLEY, Jolly Jesters 1, 2, 3,
Gregg2, 3, COTC 3 HR Sch and Comm Ser
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PA'rRoc1N1o, MARGARET, FHA 1,2, Biology, " ,Q
Club 3, Gregg 3, HR Treas 2, HR Sec 1
PAU, GRACE, Stu Courtl, Gregg 2, B00 -
kpr Club 3, FBLA, SB Rep 3
'ERKINS, ROBERTA, Governor 1,2,3, Glee Club 1,
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PHILLIPS, EARL, ROTC 1,2
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IIOHIA, ROY, Forum Chr 1, Football Manager 2, 3.
PLATT, DANIEL, Class V-Prexy 1, SBV-Prexy
3, Dramatics 1,3, Ke Allis 2, Program Chr 2.
POEPOE, ELIZABETH, Haw'n Club 3,
HR Sec 3, HR V-Prexy, FHA 3, French.
PURRUGGANAN, LENORA, HRSB Rep 1,
HR Sec, HR Health Chr 3, Dramatics 1.
UINDARA, JCBE, HR Dress Reg Chr 1, Football
anager 2,3, ROTC 1, 2, 3.
QUISANO, JOHN, ROTC 3.
RAYMOND, MARY, Glee Club 2,3, FHA 2, 3.
RELACION, EPIFANIA, HR Prexy 1, H
R. Sec 2, HR Treas. 3, Gregg 3.
REMIGIO, TRINIDAD, HRSec 1, Gregg2, 3,011 Prac-
RIO, LORRAINE, FHA1,2,3, HR Rep 2, ROTC
ROBELLO, BARBARA, FHA 2,3, Swim-
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ROY, SHIRLEY, SB Rep 1, Adv Orch l,2,Sr
Glee Club 3, Gregg 2, Toasters Club 2, 3, Bio-
sA'ro, HARRLET, sch and comm 1, Hr Rep 2, Club 5:
2,3, FBLA 3, Booivkpr c1ub'3.
sA'ro, SHIRLEY, Gregg 2,3, FBLA 3.
SEABURY, AUDERY, Gregg 2, HR Eng Comm 2, 3
Hr Forum Comm 3, PBX Club 3. '
SHIMABUKURO, JEAN, FBLA 3, COTC 3, Ai.
kane Teensters2, 3, Hr Health Ch: 2, Gregg 2.
SHINAGAWA, ALICE, Aikane Teensrers 1
2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, French Club 2,2
Class Soc Chr 3, Ke Kiaaina 2.
SHINSATO, FRANCIS, SB Rep2, Spartans 3, Rainbow
VSHIRAI, HUBERT, ROTC 1,z, Sr Band 2,3.
SILVA, BARBARA, COTC 3, Gregg2, 3, Forum Chr
FBLA 3, Red Cross 2.
SILVA, EUGENE, ROTC 1,2, Sr Band 1,2,3, H
Prexy 2 . 4
SILVA, GENE, SB Rep 3, Biology Club
FHA 3 Haw'n Club 3, Jr Red Cross 3.
SIMON, FELERICA, HR Sec 1,2,3, FBLA 3, Greg
3, Dramatics 1,2.
SINDIONG, CRISPOLO, ROTC 1,2,3, Track
Red Cross Rep 2, FEP 2,3, Biology Club 2.
SOLIDUM, EVELYN, FHA 3, I-IR Treas 3, Ke Kiaaina
ST. CLAIR, ROBERT, ROTC 1,2, 3, Sch
8: Comm 3, Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, French Club
2, 3, Officer'S Club.
SUI FOOK, MARGARET
SWANSON, JOHN, FFA 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Ir Football 2.
SWIFT, PATRICIA, Songleader 3, V-Prexy
3, Health Chr 2, Haw'n Club 3, Dramatics
1, 2, 3,
TABA, HELEN, Dress Reg 3, I-IR V-Prexy 2, Book'
kpr 3, Gregg Club 3, Ke Kiaaina 2, 3.
TABA, GLADYS, Aikane Teensters 1,2,3, Dream
Debs 1, 2, 3, HR Treas 3.
TACHIBANA, ALVIN, Hui O' Farrington
2, Spartans 2, 3, ROTC 2, Rec Comm 3,
Rainbows 2, 3.
TADLAS, ROBERT, Haw'n Inst 1, 2, 3, ROTC 1,
TAGAWA, BERNICE, Biology Club 2, 3, Gregg Club 2,
3, FBLA 3, I-IR Sec 2.
TAIRA, HIFUMI, Red Cross,Rep 1, 2, Lib 3, Glee Club
TAIRA, MICHIKO, Orchestral, 2, 3, Gregg Club
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ROTC 1,2, FGP 1.
TAKAHASHI, ROSIE, Biology Club 2,3, Foru
Chr 1,2, Class Forum Prexy 3, Glee Club 1,
TAKAMATSU, DANIEL, ROTC 1,2, Rif
Tean' 1,2, Biology Club 2,3, Hui O Fag
2,3, Bldg Comm Chr 3.
TAKAMIYA, JAMES, FEP 1, ROTC 1,2, HR Pre:
1,2, HR Treas 3.
TAKARA, EDWIN, Sr Band 2,3, Prexy 3.
TAKARA, KIYOKO, FHA 2.
TAKARA, SHIZUO, Ke Kiaaina 1,2,3, ROTC 1,2
Quill and Scroll 2,3, Hui O' Farr 3, SB Pub Chr 3.
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TAMAKAWA, FRANKLIN, ROTC 1,2.
TAMAHANA, THOMAS, HR Social Chr. 1,
Ramblers 1,2, Sapphires 3, FHS Hi-Y
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FELLES, ISABEL,' Gregg 2, FBLA 3, Book'kpr Club 3, HR Lib 3.
TENGAN,' GEORGE, Rambles 1,2, Sapphires 3, Book'kpr Club 3, ROTC 1,2, FBLA
Treas 3. TERADA, NANCY, Biology Club 2, 3, Jolly Jesters 1, 2, 3, Toaster's Club2, 3,
SB Soc Comm 3, Handbook Comm 2. TERRY, J CBEPH, ROTC 1, 2. THOEMMES, DIANA,
HR Rep 2. THOMAS, VIOLET, HR Soc Chr 1, FHA 1, Red Cross Rep 1.
TIRRELL, JACQUELINE, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Haw'n ClubVPrexy 3, Ke Kiaaina, 2, 3, Sg,:hSpirit
and Rally Comm 3, Glee Club 3. TOGAMORI, HARRY, ,ROTC 1, 2. TOGUCHI, HELEN, HR
Lib 1, SB Rep 2,3. TOI, LORRAINE, Class Day Chr 1, HR Rep 1,2, HR Soc Chr 2, HRTreas
3, SB Ass't Sec 3. TOKUDA, AGNES.
TOKUDA, RAYMOND, HR Rep 1, SOC Comm 2, HR Prexy 3, ROTC 1,2, Ke Alii 1.
TOM, ROSE, Governor 2,3, HR Sec 2,3. TOM, JADE, Class Day Co-Chr 3, SB Lost
and Found Comm 2, SB Rep 1,2, French Club 2,3, Gregg 3. TOMEI, BETTY, Jolly
Jesters 1,2, 3, Gregg 2,3, COTC 3, Publicity Chr 3, HR Rep 2. DOLERA, HENRY,
ROTC 1, 2, 3, Football 1,2, 3.
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1, Band 1,2,3, Football2,3. TORRES, RAYMOND, Baseball 2, ROTC 1,2,3, Band 1,2,
Honor Guard 2, HR Rep 2. TOYOMURA, RUTH. TSU-GAWA, MAE, sm Gov't Rep 3.
TSUJ1, KENNETH. TSUKAMOTO, ROBERT, HR Rep 2, Sapphires 3, Sch and Comm
Rep 3, ROTC 1,2, Hi-Y Council Rep 3. TSUKENJO, TOMIKO, Gregg Club 2, Forum
Chr 2, TSUMA, WALTER, HR Treas 2. TSUZAKI, HIROSHI.
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HENRY, UYEDA, JEAN, FSD Sec 3, French Club-CFAF 1, 2,3, Jolly Jesters 1, 2, 3, Forum
Chr 2, HR Ser Chr 3. UYEHARA, ELAINE, Cheerleader 3, FBLA 3, HR Red Cross Rep 1,
Toasters Club 2, 3. 1 Q
UYEHARA MANABU, Sr Glee Club 3, ROTC 1,2,3. UZUMAKI, MARY, Class Prog
Chr 2,3, S,B Soc Comm 3, Stu Court Commr 3, HR Sec 1, Dream Teens 2,3. VALEN-
ZUELA, DOLORES, Forum Chr 2, Jolly Jesters 2,3, Gregg 2,3, FBLA 3, HR Soc
Chr 3, VASCONCELLES, WILLIAM, HR Dress Reg Chr 3, Dramatlcs 2,3, ROTC 2,
3, HR Forum Chr 2.
YAMADA, HILDA, Biology Club2, HR Soc
Chr 1, FHA 2, HR Health Chr 1.
YAMADA, JEAN, HRSec 2, HR 'Rep 3, Hui O' Gov2,3,
Dress Reg 1, Gregg 2.
YAMAGUCHI, BERT M. , Rainbows 3, Sr Class
Day Comm 3, ROTC 1,'3.
YAMAGUCHI, JAMES, Spartans 1,2,3,
ROTC 1,2,3, Rifle Team 1,2,3, Band 1,2
YAMAUCHI, PEGGY, Gregg2, Book'kpr Club 3, FHA
3, Aikane Teensters 2, 3, HR Health Chr 3.
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YAMURA, HELEN, Gregg 2, Red Cross Rep. 2, HI
Lib. 2, FBLA 3
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Glee Club 3, ROTC 1,2
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WHANG, NORA, HR Soc Chr 1, Biology
2,3, Gregg 3, Toasters 3
IHITTLE, LEIGHTON, ROTC 1,2, Sr Glee Club 3
WILLIAMS MAILE Toasters 1, Haw'n 1, HR
WILSON, LEONA, HR Tres 2, Sch8z Comm
2, Haw'n Club 3, HR Rep 3, Red Cross 2
'ONG, GRACE, Health Ser 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Forum
WONG, GRACE E., French Club 2,3, Biology
Club 3, HR Forum Chr 3
WONG, MARGARET, HR Red Cross Chr 1
'SB Rep 1, Forum Chr 1. Glee Club 1
VENTULA, ELEANOR, Aikane Teensters, Prexy 1, 2,
3, SB Soc. Chr. 2, Dream Debs Vice Pres. 2 COTC 3,
Gregg 2, 3
VESPER, MATILDA, Gregg 1,2
VIERRA, RWE, Forum Chr. 2, Soc. Chr.
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VILLAMCR, CONCHITA, Gregg 1,2, FHA 2,3.
VILLANUEVA, ANITA, FHA 1,2,3, Glee Club
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WAKUZAWA, GRACE, HR Soc Chr 2, Aikane
Teensters 1,2,3, Gregg 2,3, Dream Debs 1,2,
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YOKOYAMA, NAMIE, Glee Club 1, Dra-
matices 1, HR Forum 3
YONEKURA, MARJORIE,-Gl'egg2, FBLA 3, B00k'kpr
YONESAKI, CAROL, Hui O' Wahines 2, 3, Gregg
2, PBX 2, 3, French Club 2
YONASHIRO, GLADYS, Glee Club 1, 2, Ai-
kane Teenstars 1, 2, 3, Health Rep. 1, Re-
tail Club 3
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YOSHIDA, BARBARA, HR Rep. 2, Gregg
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sters 1, 2, 3
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Biology Club 3, ROTC 1, 2
YOSHIMI, JAMES, Red Cross Rep. 3, ROTC 1, 2
YOSHINO, LESTER, Baseball2, 3, Rep. 3,
HR Prexy 3, Sr. Football 3
YOSHIOKA, COLLETTE, Biology Club 3
YOSHIOKA, MAY, .Tolly Iesters 1, 2, 3, Book'lcpr
3, FBLA 3, Gregg 2
YOUNG, BARBARA, HR Lib. 1, Gregg 2,
.Tolly Jesters 1, 2, 3, FBLA 3
Younq, BING HEN, Ro'rc 1, 2
YOUNG, FRANKLIN, Ro'rc 1, 2, Haw'n Instr. 1,
YOUNG, FREDRICK, ROTC 1, 2, HR Prexy
1, SB Rep. 1, FFA 1-,2,3
YOUNG, WILLIAM, HR Prexy 1, ROTC 1, 2,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Booldkpr Club l 4 gg,
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YUASA, ERNEST, Ke Allii 1, 2, 3, Recep.
Comm. 2, 3, Soc. Comm. 2, 3, HR Day lf,
YRIZARRY, SHIRLEY ANN, FHA 1, HR V-Prexy 1,
SB Rep. 2, Gregg Club 2, .Tolly Jesters 2, 3
ZABLAN, RONALD, FGP 1, ROTC 1,2, Lib3 3 1
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Club 3, FBLA 3, HR Forum Chr 1 ff
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FBLA 3, HR Prexy 1, Red Cross Rep 2 3 4,
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2, ROTC 2. 3.
YARA, JEAN, SB Rep ,1, FHA 2, HR Lib
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2,3, Aikane Teensters 1,2,'3, IPR 1,2.
YOSI-IIKAWA, GEORGIA, HR Red Cross Rep 1,
SB Rep 2.
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WOO, SUK KOON, HR Treas 1, Golf 1, 2, Pirates 2,
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A game played in many countries appears to
have originated in England in the eleventh cen-
tury. The game is played by two rival teams of
eleven men, on a field, one hundred yards long
and fifty-three and one third yards wide. At each
end of the field are goal posts.
The purpose of the game is to kick or carry
the ball across the opposing goal line. Play be-
gins with a kickoff of the ball into the opponent's
territory. After the ball is downed, the opposing
team tries to advance ten yards in four attempts.
A touchdown worth six points is scored when
a ball is carried or passed over the opponent's
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George Fujiwara Mrs. Flora Loo Dolores Resquer
President Adviser Vice President
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The Class of1954 enjoyeda pleasant and successful school year
with George Fujiwara at the helm. Sie was given able direction by
the adviser, Mrs. Flora C. Loo.
Other class officers were Dolores Resquer, vice presidentg Janet
ilarada, secretaryg and iiarry Fmiesiriro, treasurer.
January 16, 1952, labeled Junior Class Day, will not soon be
forgotten. It was a "high" day for the Class of '54, the evening
dance climaxing the day's activities. '
The Junior-Senior Prom, one of the outstanding events of the
school year, helped to make the year a happy, exciting one.
Successful as the year has been, the Juniors look forward to their
last year at Farrington--their senior year--with greater zeal and
I ,mann l -
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Janet Hal-ada Harry Kaneshiro
Row one: P. Yukumoto, K. Chinn, G. Chu, R. Furusho, H. Kaneshiro, E. Mukai. Row two: M. Cardoza,
E. Queja, J. Yano, M. Nakagawa, J. Yano, M. Izumi, P. Catabo, J. Harada. Row three: C. Yamamoto,
J. Takahashi, D, Resquep, V. Tomasu, K. Hasegwa, J. Lopes, B. Steinhoff, S. Fukumoto. Row four: R.
Lopes, B. Yanagawa, G. Chang, L. Bautista, A. Blancafor, R. Furushima, A. Espinueva, G. Fujiwara,
Miss Flora Ho 261-1-2
Left to right
Row one: G. Wasa, K. Tamashiro, J.
Takahashi, B. Okario, C. Amoncio, B.
Llacuna, F. Oba.
Row two: G. Kaai, T. Leopoldo, M.
Leonida, G. Balibrea, K. Nakagawa,
M. Coelho, E. Cypriano, J. Kitsu.
Rowthree: H. Calles, B. Steinhoff, J.
Okagawa, I. Kaleikini, R. Gouveia, V.
Andrade, D. Pery, E. Yuen
Row four: E. Chang, J. Yamada, M.
Miss Flora Ho 261-3-4
Left to right
Row one: C. Bardago, V. Gaison, A
Nakatani, A. Taira, M. Sasaki, I. Far
ias, R. Cummings.
Row two: F. Sakamoto, L. Kam, L.
Ginden, H. Ahuna, B. Likua, B. Abe
Y. Keanu, M. Figeroa, W. Kiyota.
Row three: E. Gonda, A. Chang, M.
Markham, W. Wedemeyer, A. Spotka-
eff, J. Suenaga, K. Chinn, T. Kimura.
Row four:W. Mauhalu, I. Compollo,
Oda, H. Yamamoto, A. Nam, Y. Taira,
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Kam, T. Takemoto.
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Miss Flora Ho 261-5-6,
Left to right
Row one: D. Aquino, I. Tokashiki, S
Nakama, M. Nakagawa, A. Arita, M
Yabes, C. Gasmen.
Row tw0:C. Gabriel, I. Nakamura, V
Saito, R. Silva, M. Matsuwra, H. Na
kamoto, L. Balibrea, L. Tokuda, P
Iooquim, I. Chelo.
Row three:F. Ching, V. Dijos, J. Oki
moto, P. Zoshimua, B. Maldonado, S.
Mendes, C. Kono, V. Reynolds, K. Yo-
Row four:H. Zanai, N. Pascua, R. Ro-
we, V. Gabriel, C. Chinn, S. Kuroda,
G. Brickwood, J. Wedemeyer, R. Og-
lr. Ernest Ing
Left to right:
Row one:C. Inovejas, S. Higa, P. Or-
nong, 'A. Rivera, A. Oshiro, V. Rod-
rigues, B. Ramones.
Row two: E. Kaheohano, E. Villamor,
W. Ling, R. Yoshimura, M. Yoshimo-
to, K. Kumasaki, A. Chun.
Bow three: I. Sanchez, D. Kakaio, G.
Takekawa, W. Cho, E. Ortiz, W. Larm.
Row four: C. Cobb, A. Tolentino, R.
Lopes, N. Enos, A. Rodrigues, I. Goo
Mr. Ernest Ing
Left to right:
Row one: I... Montalbo, F. McKee, H.
Surell, S. Deleon, G. Soriano, M. Alo,
Row two: E. Delima, L. A. Kam, S.
Sagolili, M. Crabbe, M. Crowell, A.
Cadirao, D. Wada, I... Akee, E. Chun.
Row three: J. Lagrimas, P. K. Wong,
R. Castillo, H. Hashimoto, R. Ikeda,
R. Okano, F. Yamaoka.
Row four: P. Unutoa, D. Roman, R.
Abiva, L. Montayre, J. Gafindo, A.
Oshita, H. Miyake.
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Left to right: , Q, ff' . 5. X Ee ,L L, A A ' .A .3 Vg!
Row one: E. Flores, M. Matoda, L. A ' 4. S , , 'F' '35 A v
Duarte, L. Nishihama, H. Kagemoto, . R' , . , E
C. Shimabukuro, M. Izumi. P 'H A l ' . "Af, Q L- ,, Af
Row two: A. Coltes, B. Aiau, L. Maie- ws A , " i X. 9 1+ 'E A "
lua, B. Murakami, H. Takata, A. Sup- 3 1 1 f Q... - A 'A ,4 , ,
net, ll. Boskie, H. Bagcal, N. Chock. ' , - r A A 1 YN 7 ,' L 'X
Row three: I. Chong, W. Shigemi, C. Q' , J ' fX....- .J V" ' ' "
Yoshida, I. Watanabe, P. Miyasaki, D. 9, .1 X I. , , , ibm" f- -
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R0w'fqur: E. Sunada, J. Ezzo, W. Pos- L+ 7' .... 5' figs 1 7 1
ten, I. Estavillo, A. Liu, R. Liu, R. ' 1 ,2 ..,,'1 ' A It '.
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M. Liu 151-5-6
Left to right
Row one: C. Nakamura, E. Ramos, A.
Nakata, D. Chun, G. Nihoa, D. Sui Fook,
Row two: W. Nakamura, G. Awana, G.
Pang, I. Yamura, J. Baldauf, E. Kami,
Row tnree:H. Terada, J. Siobal, G. Ad-
viento, C. Suan, J. Higa, H. Moromi-
Mrs. H. Liu 151-1-2
Left to right
Row one: B. Mara, C. Perreira, R.
Leong, G. Pimento, F. Lai, L. Pake-
le, L Cassdn.
Row two: S. Layman, H. Lee, R. Sue-
yvshi. Y- Tamayoshl, I. Cui, F. Bolo-
san, M. Cardoza.
Row three: D. Pires, L. Kuhnes, E.
I. Kahoano, L. Rogue, D. Milikaa.
Row Ioult: J. Milan, M. Cabaal, I. Lo-
uis, P. Hart, A. Nakamura.
Mrs. M. Liu 151-3-4
Left to right
Row one: P. Amor, P. Yamakawa, P.
Cabato, E. Ho, N. Lee, B. Apo, D.
Gonsalves, V. Wong, V. Caballes.
.Row two: M. Figueroa, F. Soait, B.
Kuon, G. Wagner, E. Bowman, E. Ka-
lilikane, R. Louis Wong, W. Ernest-
Row three: W. Savedra, D. Wilson, J.
kaaialie, A. Rivera, I. Keamo, R. Ma-
nni, D. Pilanui, L. Kaninau, E. Mon-
tayre, H. Kaaumoana.
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F. Loo 266-3-4
Left to right
Row one: G. Chu, E, Famashiro, R. Res-
urection, R. Garcia, P. De LosAngles,
K. Kekuna, J. Nakagaiwa.
Row two: J. Oliverira, V. Inaikalani, D.
Paaaina, I. Burke, H. Awana, M. Helen-
ihi, Q.E. Waiohama, V. Frectas.
Row three: H. Oda, A. Long, R. Ramirez,
F. Lastineoza, P. Tabuyo, J. Okagi, H.
Teruya, J. Hosaka, K. Tokuda, C. Wong,
J. Mangaloo, G. Cardoza, W. Mikanel, "
J. Napeahi, J. Kahalelehua, A. Takata,
R. Callahan, M. Velasquez.
F. Loo 5-6
Left to right
Row one: D. Servantes, J. Dumlao, E.
Casaba, E. Laamaama, R. Quisote, B. ,
Valentine, V. Kawakami. M Y
Row two: L. Arakawa, A. Tyau, R. Re- X ',
quilman, R. Santiago, W. Leu, J. Chi- vb 3
bana, N. Matsuda, M. Cryameng.
Row three: W. Ideta, I. Dela Cruz, W. I
Taguchi, D. Fukushima, H. Taone, J. E
Hong, C. Shimotsis. f ,fx
ra, D. Ho, H. Carrlho, A. Torres, R.
Hung, M. Lryeno.
Row four: G. Chang, H. Oda, D. Kimu-
Vrs. H. Nau 265-5-E
Left to right
Row one: F. Domingo, S. Ahuna, N
Laczi, L. Paresa, V. Dela Cruz, I
.waki, T. Flores.
Row two: A. ougimoto, J. Loues, E
Tkajima, E. Fawakami, V. Erestberg,
V'. Leong, B. Mc?hane,1V. Pascua,
Row three: H. Sur, E. Lui, R. Sanico
F. Guliza, R. Fujcki, G. Ching, G
Ishii, C. Sahikida.
Row four: L. Coloma, C. Toyama, S
Zhinen, G. Oshiro, N. Yuen, F. An
Qonio, H. Iaea, R. Barboza.
Mrs. H. Mau 265-1-2
Left to right
Row one: E. Pikaki, R. Matildo, A.
Furukido, E. Queja, P. Ramos, B
Nabahara, E. Meyer.
Row two: P. Pokakaa, B. Asayama, M.
Kami, R. Shioji, N. Leong Young, R
Row three: K. Loui, G. Wong, F. Mi-
guel, J. Baker, W. Hanafusa, W. Iseke,
J. Oda, J. Sato.
Row four: J. Akau, D. Kaneapua, P.
Escobido, H. Young, A. Velasco, L
Domingo Jr., S. Belen.
Why so Sad 1 boys? Find any mistakes, Mrs. Loo?
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Miss Miyoko Nakagami
Left to right:
Row one: G. Kawagoe, G. Chu, L. Brad-
ley, J. Koualoff, D. Wong, J. Ishimine.
Row two:Miss M. Nakagami, F. Gorion,
A. Carvalho, R. Rosa, R. Rodrigues.
F. Torres, G. Kaninau, H. Kapuakele
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Don't be greedy, Hilda.
Miss Miyoko Nakagami
Left to right:
Row one: D. Kishida, B. Miyahira, E
Kohagura, A. Dasugo, I. Yano, A. To-
kumaru, M. J. Kusunoki.
Row two: A. Permito, D. Resquer, L
Lau, C. Yamamoto, H. Yee, L. Uyeda
M. Tsuha, D. Naito, H. Kakazu, I. Ta-
Row three:B. Telles, E. Kawamoto, R
Moriguchi, M. Palabrica, L. Bautista
A. Nakaguchi, F. Arcio, P. Yukumoto
L. Calvan, Miss M. Nakagami.
Row four: T. Wright, E. Tasaki, I.
Miike, T. Ushijima, F. Toyama, K
Min, H. Kaneshiro.
What's so interesting, boys?
D. Takahashi 267 3-4
Row one: L, Tamashiro, R. Abarca, E
Suet, E. Canale, Miss. Takahashi, D
Yamamoto, A. Nakama, B, Quintal, L.
Row two: A. Chillingworth, K. Souza
C. Eliysares, V. Villanveva, A. Kan
saki, F. Kaneshiro, E. Kan, L. Rey
mondo, R. Marie Porles, A. Chilling
Row three: W. Kojima, T. Nishiguchi
C. Inamoto, R. Sanborn, C. Awana
A. Nagata, A. Keawekane, D. Koga
E. Mokai, K. Kurata.
Row four: G. Fujiwara, E. Kodana, N
Shun, E. Estacion, J. Serrao, D. Ta
iiri, D. Oshior, E. Kam, E. Morales
yi WT? A. .
D. Takahashi 267 1-2
Left to right
Row one: H. Fong, L. Watanabe, R.
Adaniya, B. Shioi, B. Tanaka, B. Ono-
gi, E. Oyama.
Row two: F. Lining, T. Enamoria, K.
Okumura, F. Harada, D. Tasaka, G.
A. Takeshita, L. Lau.
Row three:J'. Yamamoto, K. Hasegawa,
M. Gay, E. Shimabuburo, J. Kazumu-
ra, E. Najaura, E. Tengan, N. Aka-
ROWf0ur: F. Ho, R. Katsura, R. Mizu-
ta, S. Rivera, Y. Fujumoto, E. Kama-
ka, R. Furubayashi, C. Obrero,
15.4 5 wr
D. Takahashi 267 5-6
Left to right
Row one: C. Yasunaga, I. Yano, A. Shi-
mabukuro, I. Chinen, A. Matsuno, I.
I-Iarada, N. Hatakenaka, A. Wai, R.
Row two: M. Mah, S. Sonda, D. Ito,
I. Takahashi, C. Nakatsu, S. Sasaki,
C. Geesey, I. Gima, I. Toguchi.
Row three: M. Chock, S. Kaneshiro, H.
Arzadon, R. Furushima,W. Luna, T.
Nakama, M. Infante, F. .Tanaka, W.
Row four: H. Tanaka, J. Ing, D. Lau,
T. Kagoshima, P. Kishimori, A. Mui-
ra, G. Mahelona, D. Suzuki, G. Wata
Miss Uchigashima 262 -1-2 5 . 1-.. ,W ,W Q
Left to right A. ' , ' u V
Rowone:J. Cababag, M. Iumawan, B. -if ",, ,. .1 I -4 , . f swag,
Hayashida, E. Yoshikawa, A. Lopez, Sf? "iii i f ' ' ' 2 1'4" j'
J. Caboga A. Nakama. A , , fs X f'. " . '51 Nj '-
. P -. A ,-,, 4,1 5- a 1- ,
Row two:'T. Tanigawa, F. Aoyagi, C. 'JY X - l f' A -it 1- 1124 ., fi f
Freeman, E. Tisalma, N. Hee, H. .fffffelf 1 tl. ' . N 54. -,
Watson, W. Gouveia. ' gtk- sk ' A . - . K Q 3 -
Row three: R. Ramos, R. Chong, A. eff. ' ,ii Q J M 1 1 - l -ef 2,11
Bonifacio, R. Saiki, C. Otani, E. Fujii, P '3'Q,',f'f"'Yri,iff'q 5. 1' f 'fx vi 4 '-- 'i' J x, fi W
C. Pimento. J YQ' , ,xg x , J 1 L iv '
Row four: G. Hookano, T. Kaaina, F. Q Y. L ' fy ' 5 .9
Higa, J. Naeale, C. Takakawa, H. Shi- 3 V . I " i ' , . ., we"
snide. i S " ,Q - , 4 ' '- A
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-. ' A ' 1 ft "Q j - g, FM R ' Left to right
,. ,i'W1' . S' ya., s , . fun" ' ,' Row one: R. Dabang, F. Yoneda, L.
'- ' .M 5 - .K 5 A 4 5' ', Akujama, R. Gamazon, V. Tallentino,
j 4 v .W ' ' . f ., '- , ' ' L, Ig J. A. Hironaka, E. Oda.
Q S A . 'W , 7 'S Row two: H. Hara, J. Magsanini, J.
L Q 'jg if A :- t - 5.6 A' N ' Kishaba, B. Nishioka, M. Umemoto, J.
. - ,a " " -. 'I Keahiolalo, B. Young, L. A. Cullen,
, ' g ' , i . ' Y M. L. Costa, H. Wainee.
Ni , 'A 5 A , 1 Row three: Miss Uchigashima, F. De-
W V ' .X K' - ' , ' boma, T. Arita, E. Yonting, A. Sing-
f E'- L X ' , . it " N A - -3 1 ing, F. Kim, R. Furusho, R. Sato, E.
e i -. ' X 5 . 9, ., Bosuego.
A gl A K , L . SQ ' """! Row fours!-I. Docterello, H. Mayo, K.
. Af A ' - , 1 '- it . Gabriel, P. Marquardt, F. Rokero, F.
.a'A. ii' 54 . ii' " V A Rosa, W. Kaisuka.
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Miss Uchigashima 262-5-6
Left to right
Row one:V. Tanaka, L. Honda, J. Mae-
da, A. Mercado, H. Santa Maria, M. A
Yrojo, M. Balocan.
Row two: P. Bailon, B. Yara, V. To-
masu, L. Okamoto, J. Harada, E. Shi- 'S'
bata, D. Mzitsumura, A. Chong, F. f
Chee, T. K. Lee.
Row three:A. S. Miyamoto, E. Mura- 7'm- '
kami, S. Chun, R. Imaguchi, H. B
Miyashiro, E. Akiyama.
Young, A. Blancaflor, D. Masaki, N. 'H
Row four:P. Soriano, R. Santiago, G.
Yamasaki, J. Cravalho, L. Keamo, H.
Matsukado, C. Yamane, Alfredo Espinu-
eva, L. Roy Mason.
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. Counter clockwise: Priscilla Fuku-
, " f moto. Secretary: May Goto, Presi-
A dent: Miss Sun Oi Chun, Advisor:
Alma Mater, Vice Presidentg Harold
. Hayashi, Treasurer
For some 788 sophomores, September 3, 1952, was the beginning of a new "era, " Coming to Farr-
ington was a thrilling experience for many of them.
The eager, but somewhat bewildered, boys and girls were seen rushing here and there about the
campus, looking for their new and strange rooms.
But as the days wore on, they soon adapted themselves to the normal routine and found themselves
part of this great school.
To start the year right, they had their orientation week. And later they elected their officers to
lead them through a successful and happy year.
May Goto was elected president. She presided over the affairs of the sophomore government in such
an organized way that the class functioned smoothly.
Vice-presidentAlma Mata did her part well and presided at meetings in the absence of the presi-
dent. Secretay Priscilla Fukumoto kept the minutes of all the meetings.
Treasurer Harold Hayashi kept an account of the financial statue of the sophomores. Miss Sun Oi
Chun, the adviser, guided the officers in their various tasks.
They chose "Working Together for a Better Tomorrow" as their motto to guide them through the
year. Their class colors were blue and white.
Campaigns for the year included the comic drives. In their first drive, they collected 3, O00 comifr
books which were sent to the boys in Korea.
Sherene Moiki, sefvice chairman, was complimented by the Red Cross representative for the ex-
cellent job that she did.
The day which will longbe remembered by sophomores is April 17, 1953, their class day. This day
ended with a glorious dance at the school patio.
As the year closes, each sophomore looks back at the achievements with satisfaction. Each looks
forward to another year at dear ol' Farrington.
'13-Q FE I'
SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY
Left to right
Row one: S. Alfonso, H. Turski, M. Goto, F. Pilla, L. Nunes, B. Ignacio, A. Mata, I. Sumida, S. Nishimura.
Row two: A. Tamashiro, J. Fujii, F. Natori, H. Park, H. Hayashida, L. Gomes, W. Kekahuna, E. Oshiro, S.
Mariki, M. Ito, P. Fukumoto. Row three: W. Kam, R. Watanabe, N. Akau, K. Inoshita, D. Casteneda, E. Urata,
F. Ernesto, M. Dacoscos, P. Kam.
A horse election was held in Mrs. Dorothy Luke's To welcome the sophomores to our social life, the
class during abusiness meeting conducted by the soph- school sponsored a welcome dance in their honor.
omore class .
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H. Bryan 167 3-4
Left to right
Row one: E. Urada, H. Hiya, S. Owyang,
A. Andres, I. Hobdy, A. Kawakaml, N.
Row two: J. Lim, Y. Punahele, S. Bus-
ano, N. Bosuego, I. Ignacio, E. Lincoln,
L. Gomes, G. Bartels.
Row ttu'ee:R. Akamlne, R. Ondayog, R.
Burns, H. Kimura, C. Sakoda, D. Eli,
J. Rodrigues, C. Tomasu, P. Bermudez.
Row four: E. Santimer, R. Worell, F.
M3-Ksanide, P. Kaopuiki, J. Foster, P.
Terada, G. Akamine, R. Hussey.
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Mrs. Bryan 167 1-2
Left to right
Row one: I. Reprima, B. Ignacio, E. Ta
bag, F. Torres, E. Hinol, M. Helerlihi,
Row tw0:M. Mokunui, P. Young, I. Wha-
ng, E. Giron, I. Lee, V. Fukunaga, J
Silva, A. Ferreiro, B. Leong.
Row three: D. Maunakea,N. Konno, H
Sakamoto, D. Yoneda, L. McGunnigle,
G. Tagupa, L. Medeiros, E. Runnels
C. Kaaihue. '
Row four: H. Cariaga, L. Deguair, R.
Madamba, W. Tehero, H. Suyeyoshi, H.
Hanai, A. Castillo, B. Song.
H. Byran167 5-6
Left to right
Row one: H. Higa, E. Sabado, S. A. Ma-
hunken, A Aukai, J. Billena, M. Davis,
Row two: 1
Row two: F. Damo, B. Chun, N. Shoji-
naga, S. Ide, H. Pa, E. Matsuura, H.
Ishihara, E. Jarrette, S. Higashi.
Row three: V. Tangonan, M. Labanon,
G. Uehara, S. Nasu, R. Goto, H. Kata-
yama, T. Yoshioka, K. Okino, C. Kit-
Row Four:M. Yamauchi, F. Moriguchi,
Row four:M. Yamauchi, F. Moriguchi,
R. Taoka, G, Cho, N. Sakai, J. Oka-
zawa, G. Kuwaye, S. Hagiwara.
S. O. Chun 165-3-4
Left to right
Row one: J. Sakoguchi, J. Arakaki, S.
Nishimura, J. Sakamoto, R. Yamam-
oto, M. Asato, lV'. Yamamoto, M, Uye-
da, B. Yonashiro.
Row two: R. Alo, E. Oshiro, A. Tsuda,
M. Goto, J. Arakaki, R. Ogasawara,
R. Kinoshita, D. Sakamoto, F. Abe,
Row three: S. Nakamura, F. Ernesto
L. Kouchiyama, V. Sawai, B. Sato, P.
Harada, E. Oda, H. Tse, P. Fujimoto
Row four:C. Matsuda, J. Ducosin, R
Shimamura, T. Yoneshige, E. Lum
R. Takazawa, A. Okita, D. Kitsu, ,H
Abe, A. Fvrukawa.
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M. A. Horan 157 1-2
Left to right
Row one: F. Gabriel, T. Tabut, J. Go
ya, N'. Cshiro, L. Matsumiya, A. To
kumoto, A. Wai.
Row'two: S. Doctorello, S. Lagumdim
ao, G. Bermudez, H. Turski, B. Kata
yama, F. Fujiwara, H. Nitta, G. Lor
enzo, I. Kiyabu.
Row three: P. Israel, R. Fujimoto, I
Lang, G. Nicolas, L. Ventura, M. Nel-
son, J. Welsh, J. Perreira, H. Lau
Row four: W. Kam, D.Aipoalani, C
Fujimoto, R. Saldavia, W. Shozuya, G.
Aleka, R. Higa, M. Kaneshiro, H.Csh-
iro, R. Tomei.
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S. O. Chun 165-5-6
Left to right ,
Row one:P. Miyagusuku, B. Tanaka, J
Infante, H. Park, F. Okumura, P.0ta-
ni, M. Nakano, V. You, J. lV'orinaga
Row two: A. Kitaoka, J. Villamor, G
Jose, E. Loo, F. Obita, S. Obata, P
Katayama, P. Fukumoto, J. Shiratori
Row three: F. Pang, J. Snead, J. Ta
kase, T: Morimote, B. Ogawa, E. Ten
gan, G. Tsuchija, R. Tamanaha, G
Tokuda, F. Natori.
Row four: G. Aquino, P. Miyamasu, E
Mikami, G. Sugimura, E. Sugiyama,
R. Nakasone, E. Okazaki, D. Sato, R
Sills, C. Uemura.
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M. A. Horan 157 - 5-6
Left to right
Row one: E. Mitsui, I. Nishino, S.
Chun, A. Lorenzo, Y. Okano, E. Toma,
Row two: Wilbert Yoshimi, P. Hattori,
H. Grimes, B. Shibata, K. Asakura ffgi' 1 H
E. Lee, R. Tokoro, I. Fujikami, W.
Row three: G. Inoue, R. MiVoshi,A
Casupang, R. Song, W Honda
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M. A. Horan 157 - 3-4
Left to right
Row one: N. Nakasone, M. Chu, J Na-
kaura, F. Pilla, F. Isara, S. Dawson,
B. Shimabukuro, W. Lau.
Row two: S. Mau, J. Nakayama, H. Ishi-
mure, K. Nakamura, M. Lum, A. Ma
ta, I. Coltes, M. Mahaulu, L. Kim,
Row three: G. Yonemura, T. Qujano,
I. Okuda, S. Kono, S. Hirashiki, S. O-
shiro, R. Frais, E. Kaeo.
Row four: R. Burk, J. Wojtowicz, D.
Bepper, L. Lum. L. Kahele, J. Coloma,
R. Namuo, G. Doversola,.R.Nakahara,
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Young, E. Yoneda, Don Gasteneda, I Q' 11 L
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Lum T Arakawa
Row four: R Batula, E. Dasugo, R
E. Park, W. Pang J. Tokunaga, S.
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Miss N. Horii 166 1-2
Left to right
Row one: F. Nishihira, S. Yamamoto,
Y. Miyahira, S. Katekaru, A. Hirashiki,
3. Kamiya, R. Tsukuyama.
Row two:B. Kurisu, D. Fuchikami, A.
Fujioka, B. Hashitate, J. Furubayshi,
R. Aoki, P. Au, P. Oshiro, P. Kam,
Row three: S. Aono, R. Honda, C. Kuni-
yoshi, L. Tom, J. Takata, J. Yong, S.
Alfonso, D. Sugimoto, E. Maeda, D.
Wong, K. Uchind.
Row four: I. Matsuoka, M. Kamaka, R.
Orta, H. Hayashida, G. Galera, R. Pen-
dang, R. Higashionna, E. Hasegawa, R.
Tanikawa, T. Takeshita, L.Ascuncion.1
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N. Horii 166-3-4
Left to right
Row one: A. Saito, I. Sumida, N. Santa
Marie, B. L. Rodriques, P. Konno, S.
Kim, F. Jhoo
Row two: R. Ishimatsu, W. Kuamoo, K.
Malama, A. Akiu, B. A. Sason, L. Cotes
O. Ortis, I. Petalver, A. Morishige
Row three: F. Ortiz, I. Nashiro, E. Saba-
kahan, M. Chong, M. Ahuna, A. Kim, E
Ganito, H. Wong, F. Kurosu
Row four: H. Suzuki, H. Miyamoto, E
Madamo, J. Alizas, H. Yoshioka, R. Shi
gaki, C. Chang, W. Tomaye
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W. Ing 156-1-2
Left to right
Row one:J. Mayosa, L. Nunes, H. Pau-
limo, J. Yoshikawa, B. Miyake, I. Ya-
mamoto, G. Yamamoto.
Row two: H. Kalilikane, J. Cazimero,
R. Ishihara, B. Goda, F. Quioiho, M.
Peahi, E. Kahakelii, V. Kauve, C.
Wagner, M. Salamon, E. Rompon.
Row three: G. Takishita, J. Parages,
C. Kokubun, L. Tom, L. Medeiros, C.
Puaala, B. Owyang, B. Ramelb.
Row four: J. Agena, R. Funasaki, A.
Terry, J. Rodrigues, H. Lum, P. Ke-
kua, S. Waiwaiole, A. Hill, W. Sakai.
Left to right
Rowone:M. Sayers, A. Makahilahila,
J. Aiwohi, J. Borges, R. Espina, C.
Alo, G. Aliifua, H. Kapuakela, S. Chun
Row twogJ. Wright, B. Inn, P. Mero,
C. Montalbo, H. Uku, A. Torres, A.
-Pokakaa, J. Nishibata, T. Izuwa,-J.
Row three: F. Omboy, H. Hikita, D.
Chang, R. Mar E. Urata, -A. Rico, D.
Shimogawa, E. Manaois, R. Quisano.
Rowfour:F. Pang, -R. Luke, H. Moss-
man, H. Sukita, D. Feliciano, B. Live-
say, F. Sua.
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M .f a I f , N W 5' Q X Left to right
R A. p -7' . y A M a n A A- 1 ,A A . .fy Row one: L. Borges, E. Alika, W. Apa-
. N W 5 v 'A " .L na D. Nishibara S. Tamayoshi E.
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A H A . , - Row tw0:W. Matsuda, W. Figueroa, A.
A is f R A W -Q 'V Marcus, C. Orta, N. Pau, R. Cadera,
f A - ' S. Wong, S. Wong.
A f N Row three: H. Nakahara, F. Cajegul, A.
ma X , 5, ff Kalu, E. Kahalehili, H. Bush, R. Higa,
, W W ll C, Pang.
x 'S . .' Aff, Row four:E. Kama, N. Puni, A.Pimen-
' ' to, W. Pacheco.
Mrs. Look 158 1-2
Left to right
Row one: L. Martin, G. Abinoha, J. Ho,
L. Wong, D. Flores, J. Y. Lee.
Row two: S. Balbin, N. Rodrigues, W.
Miyashiro, R. Yasue, T. Cambra, L.
Row three:D. James, E. Napoleon, W.
Kido, N. Akau, D. Mahiai, W. Jose.
Two boys from another school are shown participa-
A game of basketball is being enjoyed by a group of ting in an FFA demonstration contest held in our am-
sophomore boys during their physical education period. Phifheatel' in February-
Mrs. Look 158-3-4
Left to right
Row one: N. Rivera, C. Carionio, E.
Baker, R.M. Ramos, P. Mercado, H.
Taylor, N. Costales, S. Garcia, C.
Row two: Y. Leialoha, J. Carvolho, E.
Kuhns, A. Rodrigues, A. Tamashima,
G. Rogers, R. Choy, P. Saranillo.
Row three: C. Serrao, M. Remigio, L.
Castro,G. Olinger,J. Gascon, J. Chong
Row four: R. Naauao, M. Kawaiea, S.
Ayau, G. Rio.
The only formal dance that the sophomores are allow-
ed to go to is the Annual Military Ball, which this year
was o r ary 27, ' .
held n Feb u at Maluhia
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Mrs. Look 158-5-6
Left to right
Row one: D. Birano, B. Jose, P. R17
mando, H. Yamamoto, B. Mew, A. Maii
. U. Saranillo.
Row two: R. Takahashi, H. Gomes, R.
, Fernandez, G. Manoi, G. Hodson, J.
Brown, J. Aila.
Row three: J. Kaleohono, K. Inoshita,
- P. Nakao, T. Boteilho, C. Galton, H.
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Left to right
Row one: C. Silva, M. Long, A. Funa-
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D. Gascon, I Crespo, I. Morita.
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Andrade, E. Mekeula, D. M. Ho, M
Row three: C. Kawai, P. Mara, R.
Wong, N. Burgess, P. Balin, S. Mori-
ta, S. Gibo, W. Senaha.
Row tour: R. Nakagawa, R. Yokotake
D. Chung, G. Freitas, H. Koizumi
S. Tanaka, M. Rios.
Mrs. Louise Machado
Left to right
Row one: L. Sakamoto, F. Koyama, G.
Yokota, M. Rivera, S. Perrcia, I. Ni-
shibata., D. Rivera.
Row two: L. Sulsedo, B. Duhaylonsod,
I. Kondo, H. Weed, I. Kealoha, E,
Paa, D. Sublia, L. Kurosu, J. Nagami-
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Row three:S. Arakawa, M. Marcello,
S. Chine, S. Rivera, M. Phillips, C.
Costa, R. Choo, P. Niyasato, J. Villa-
Row four: P. Soriano, A. Nanalo, C.
Ono, I. Nasole, S. Gasmen, H. Maeda,
F. Kawagae, K. Uejo, N. Kam.
Row five: E. Yoshimura, G. Miyabara,
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Row one R Servantes, C Garcia, S.
Matsushige, B Lagrimas, C Olarti,
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Four players are required on each side. The
players are comprised of two forwardsg one to
play forward or back as the game requires, and
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Under the tutoring of Mr. Don Coryell, the Governors did
their utmost to capture the football crown.
With Lady Luck on the opposing teams, the Governors were
able to win but one game, while tying one and losing five. With
I this record the Governors were the "cel1ar" champs.
gg 72 Q Farrington contributed four players to the Shrine team CKeiki
Aliisl -- Stanley Harrington, endg Michael Kauhi, guardg Richard
Ah Sam, endg and James Yang, tackle.
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past grid season. We look forward toa better season next year.
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12 in the third and 7 in the fourth for a total of
Sparking the Governor attack were Harry
Kaneshiro, Charles Lagundimao, Michael Ta-
kaezu and Edward Kelepolo.
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Playing in rain and mud, the Govs fumbled
seven times to lose to lolani by a lop-sided 33-0
Statistically, lolani outgained Farrington,
204 yards from rushing and passing, to 133 for
But Farrington had eight first downs to five
lolani scored 14 points in the second quarter, -' 4,-i7:'riA 5.
Where are you going, Kaneshiro?
Paul Okuoara and Lawrence Soares dis-
played some brilliant running which pleased
Other Farrington players who played well
were Edward Kelepolo, Eugene Sodetani,
Micheal Kauhi, and Lester Yoshino.
What's stopping you, Cobli?
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The Governors pulled a major upset by
holding the Saints to a 7-7 deadlock.
As a result of the tie, the Saints were
forced out of the pemiant race.
Farrington scored first when Paul Oku-
dara threw a pass to Left End Peter Mar-
quardt for the tally.
The Kalihi squad held this slim lead un-
til the few remaining minutes of the last quar-
ter, when the Saints tied the score.
Lawrence Coloma Ivan Adaniya Michael Takaezu
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Although described as the 'Flywelghts of
Kalihi, " the Governors proved potent by de-
feating the Bulldogs, 13 to 7.
Farrlngton's first TD came when James
Mllke threw a pass to Stan Harrington, who
rambled 15 yards to pay dirt. Lester Yoshlno
With the score tled at 7 all, Mllke threw
a pass that was partially blocked, but Har-
rington, the alert end, grabbed the ball in
the end zone for the touchdown.
Sparking the Governors were Harrington.
Miike, Fabian Fraglao and Edward Kelepolo.
Fax-rington's stonewall at work!
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, necking fauna, boys.
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Sports highlights of 1952
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Against the mighty Puns, the Governors were
unable to score even a single point.
With Alvin Harrington, Ray Westfall and Don
Carswell leading the way, the Puns routed the
Govs by a 39 to 0 score.
Punahou scored six touchdowns and made good
tlu'ee conversion attempts.
Farrington made only seven first downs
compared to Punahou's fourteen.
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Farrington gained a net total of 51 yards to
Outstanding players for the Governors were
Lawrence Soares, Paul Okudara, Ivan Adaniya
and Edward Kelepolo.
Good protection--Larry Soares with ball.
The final game for the Governors was a
After three quarters of scoreless play,
Henry George of Roosevelt broke loose for
an 87 yard touchdown run. The conversion
attempt by John Simerson was goodl
It was a game of brilliant performances
and packed a lot of exciting moments.
At the sound of the final gun Farrington had
suffered her fifth defeat of the season.
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With Harry Kon, EdwinWasano, Fred Rob-
1 bins and Melvin Tanigawa leading the way,
1 the Tigers routed the Governors by a score
of 54 to 14
George Yamasaki of Farrington scored both
touchdowns for the Governors. The first Far-
rmgton touchdown came when George ran 67
yards to pay dirt
George ran 45 yards for his second touch-
Outstanding players for the Governors were
Yamasaki, Eugene Sodetani, Fabian Fragiao
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they displayed fine spirit and sportsman- -N
QR ,il ship in all of their games .
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B. Rodrigues, A. Caspang. Back row, Lto R: J. Williams, G. Galera, H. Tanaka, G. Reise, J. Akau,
C. Matsuda, E. Ortiz, T. Utto, C. Lau, W. Swanson, R. Takazawa, E. Sunada, W. Kealoha, K. Saito,
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The Governors, under the tutelage of Coach Francis K. Aiwohi, were defeated by the Saint
Louis Crusaders, 47-45, in the initial game of the season.
This loss plus the defeat suffered in the last game of the season proved that the Crusaders
perhaps were the better team for the 1953 season.
The Governors experienced keen competition during the pre-season and Interscholastic games
and experienced only three defeats--two to St. Louis and one to Hilo.
With an Interscholastic League record of 14 wins and two losses, the 1953 basketball team
deserves the heartiest congratulations of both the faculty and student body.
No matter where the Governors went, the loyal FHS students followed to cheer them on to
victory. Whatever the outcome, the Governors were first in the hearts of everyone, for they
accepted victory or defeat with the best of spirits.
To Seniors Levi Molina, John Swanson, Charles Smith, William Young, Bert Hifumi and
Thomas Okazaki, FHS bids a fond Aloha. Three cheers to you for the wonderful job you've ac-
Accurate one-hand basketeers of Farrington. TWO points for Georgie.
This was itl The final game of the year. This
game was to decide the 1953 champions.
With 14 wins and one loss for both teams, Far-
rington and St. Louis battled fiercely for the '53
title on Saturday, February 21, 1953, at the Civic
The Crusaders, led by Lucius Jenkins, tallied
10 points to the Govs' 9 in the first quarter. The
Saints led, 19-16, at the intermission.
The Govs caught up with the Saints in the third
period to close the third period with a 30-30 score.
The Crusaders took the lead again with little
Ben Daoang showing the way. But Farrington held
on and kept scoring on even terms . The regulation
period ended with a 40-40 score.
In the extended period, Captain Tom Okazaki
of Farrington bagged three points but St. Louis
tallied five points to cop the game and champion-
Charles Smith bagged 16 points to spark the
Govs, followed by Captain Okazaki with eight.
Gabriel Adviento Thomas Okazaki Bert Hifumi
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The Governor quintet in its second Interscholastlc
game of the season blasted the Owls of Mid-Pacific,
In the first quarter, the Governors took an early lead
with 17 points to Mid-Pacific's 8. George Fujiwara
bagged seven points to lead the Governors in this period.
Levi Molina bucketed seven points in the second quar-
ter to help increase the lead, 34-18.
4 At the end of the third quarter mark, Farrington
started pulling away, 50-26,to enable the coach to use
all 15 players.
Levi Molina of Farrington was high point man with 10
points, followed by teammates George Fujiwara and
John Swanson with eight points each.
The Governors' third straight victory of the cage sea-
son was over the Black and Golds of McKinley. Oui
cagers tamed the Tigers by a score of 46-36.
It was a rather slow game at the start with the firs
quarter ending, 8-4, in favor of the Governors. Th4
half ended, 21-23, with the Farrington cagers ahead
Molina, the star of the game, bagged 17 points, fol
lowed by Charles Smith with 11 markers and John Swan
son with 7.
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The Kalihi quintet bowled over the Iolani Red Raiders
55-29, to win its eleventh victory in the Interscholas
Farrington took an early lead and gave all 15 mem-
bers of the Maroon and Whites a busy workout.
The Governors led, 26-14, during the first half.
George Fujiwara led the scoring for Farrington with
13 points, followed by Tom Okazaki, 9, John Swanson,
93 and Walter Kojima, 7.
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Farrington cagers topped the Rough'Riders of Roose-
velt in their second meeting, 53-50. '
The Governors took an early lead, 14-5, in the first
period, ending .the first half by a 27-19 count.
The Governors led all the way until the last second of
the game. With the score, 45-43, in Farrington's favor'
the Red and Golds bucketed two points just as the game
In the extended three minute period, the Maroon and
Whites proved to be better team by adding eight points to
R'oosevelt's five, thus ending the gamein Farrington's
What are you staring at, Molina?
Fa.rringtoT1's cagers at work.
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Farrington enjoyed its 14th victory of the
seasonwhen the Maroon and White cagers de-
feated the Warriors of Kamehameha, 45-29.
The victors were never threatened through-
out the game.
During halftime the score was, 24-15, and
at the close of the third period the Govs had
a 15 point lead, 38 to 23.
Charles Smith, George Fujiwara and John
Swanson tied for high point honors with nine'
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The Farrington basketeers caged the Tigers
of McKinley, 31-26, on Saturday, February 7.
The Governors took an early lead in the first
quarter, 8-1, and never gave the Tigers a
chance to threaten them.
The Governors led, 17-11, during the half
Charles Smith and Gabriel Aviento led the
victors with eight points each.
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Victory No. 61 that was Farrington's 46-36
win over Punahou on January 23 at Punahou
An exciting, hard fought tussle, the game
was replete with thrills throughout.
Farrington tookalead and maintained it for
the remainder of the game.
Scores at the end of the periods: 1st, 9-4,
2nd, 18-14, 3rd, 29-213 4th, 46-36.
At one point in the final quarter, Punahou
came to within four points of tying the victors.
Highlights of our Senior and Junior teams.
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The Babes, under the mentoring of Mr. Robert
Kau, started practicing during the Christmas vaca-
tion, with a large turn-out.
Small in size and height, they offset this disadvan-
tage with speed, shooting accuracy, good ball han-
dling and a fighting spirit.
Although the Babes got off toa slow startby los-
ing three straight games, they began to hit their
stride in their games against Mid-Pacific which
they won decisively.
Thereafter, the boys were no pushovers for the
teams in the league.
With Mr. Haj i.me Suga tutoring the varsity Governor nine, the team
performed well throughout the season.
The season was highlighted by the Governors' thrilling upset win
over the McKinley Tigers. This game marked the spectacular pitching
of Stanley Mitsuyuki and the clutch hitting of William Young.
Young's double, which came after one out, drove in Wilfred Mau,
who previously had walked to get on base.
The contest also saw the fine pitching duel between South-paw Stanley
Mitsuyuki and Andrew Gonsalves of the Micks.
Mi tsuyuki allowed seven hits and quenched several McKinley threats.
Playing important roles in games played dur ing the season are George
Fujiwara, Charles Smith, Gilbert Valenzona, Hubert Shirai, Wilfred
Coach Mau, William Young, Ralph Tatsuyama, Hiroshi Tsuzaki, Robert Na-
Xy kasone, Stanley Mitsuyuki, Lester Yoshino, Lawrence Kiyabu, Robert
Higa and Richard Abiva.
NNQNR 'I'hrough graduation the Governors will lose the services of 16 play-
W , ers. They are William Young, Lester Yoshino, Eugene Yamamoto,
G1 ' GilbertValenzona, Hiroshi Tsuzaki, Ralph Tatsuyama, Charles Smith,
j ' at I h rr f Hubert Shirai, RobertNakasone, Larry Nakashima, Stanley Mitsuyuki,
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The Kaimuki Bulldogs bowed to the Govs of Farrington, 6-1, in a baseball contest at
the Honolulu Stadium on Monday, March 23.
It was the second straight victory for the Governors,who dropped their. initial encounter
Hubert Shirai reigned as the winning pitcher, with Tetsuro Sasaki of the Bulls taking
It was the Governors' game after they staged a three-run rally in the fourth in William
Young's bunt, which enabled Lester Yoshino and George Fujiwara to score.
Gilbert Valenzona tallied in the fifth stanza to give the Govs a 4 to 0 lead.
Kaimuki tallied a run in the seventh stanza for its only run.
In their half of the seventh inning, the Govs scored two runs with Yoshino and Fujiwara
denting the rubber.
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DID ITS BEST
Under the direction of its new mentor,
Mr. Don Coryell, the cindermen of Farr-
ington showed great abilit in the interscho-
lastic track circuit. u
Standout performers for the Governors
were Richard Higa, miler and sprint starg
Ambrose Velasco, high jump and pole vault
starg William Jacinto, broadjump starg and
Peter Marquardt, shot putter.
Other performers who, deserved as much
credit were Wallace Vincentg Harold Matsu-
kado, Harold Ohama, Joseph Kaleikini,
Wilbur Luna, Allen Furukawa, Fred Rokero,
James Miike, Fabian Fragiao, Julien Fra-
giao, Charles Lagundimao and George Ya-
The boys practiced hard throughout tn,
season and deserved the success which was
theirs in the various meets.
L to R: Allen Furukawa, David Periz, Fred Rokero leig-
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L to R: Raymond Mimura, Stanley Jasto,David Shimogawa,
Richard Higa, Ponciano Escobido. ,
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L to R: Charles Kokobun, Ambrose Velasco Wallace A do' Harold Obama'
Vincent, Donald Aipolani. ,
OUR GOLF TEAM
Our golf team, displaying a fighting spirit and
a championship form, was tops ln the Interscholastic
League this year.
Under the tutoring of a new mentor, Mr. Francis
K. Aiwohi, the team was comprised of 13 players
--seven seniors, four juniors and two sophomores.
With the exception of Kamehameha, all schools
took part in the matches.
Amongthe better players to be lost to the school
via graduation are David Jeong, Harold Karimoto,
-Richard Kuwaye, Jose Quindara and Harry Takushi.
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rowg A. Blacaflor, S. Wailoma, F. Toyama, D. Jeong, Y. Fujimoto.
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By Felipe Ramones and Lena Motta, Co-Sports Editors
We, the Farrington Sports Staff of the year book, Ke Kiaalna, 1952- -
Lena Motta 53, Should like to congratulate the boys who have participated in the var- Felipe Ramones
Co-Sports ious sports. They ably represented their school during the year. Co-Sports
Editor It is a pleasure for us to record their names on this page, labeled Editor
Ioach-Anthony J. Fralola
"Sports Hall of Fame. "
We also extend our congratulations to their coaches, who worked pa-
tiently and conscientiously with the boys on the field and on the court.
Coach- Francis K. Alwohi
Hon Bun Young
Coach-James O. Mitchell Coach-Francis K.Aiwohi
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Tennis is one of the earliest ball games whose
origin is unknown.
The modern game of tennis was introduced into
the United States in 1875. It was so popular that
in 1881 the United States Lawn Tennis Association
was formed and a national championship match
was held at New Port, Rhode Island.
Since 1900, international matches have added
interest to the game. In thatyear, a cup was offer-
ed by Dwight F. Davis--a trophy for international
competition. 'I'he United States won the cup seven
times. Competition for the Davis cup is by teams,
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HEADQUARTERS ROTC DETACHMENT
FARRINGTCN HIGH SCHOOL
March 4, 1953
SUBIECT: Reserve Officers Training Corps
TO: The Editor
Farrington High School Annual
Farrington High School
After nearly seven years of ROTC here at Farrington it would seem appropriate to evaluate
the worth of the program.
We cannot hope even to begin to produce a trained soldier through ROTC, but hundreds of
Farrington graduates have been better prepared to serve their country because of their ROTC
The efforthere is to smooth the transition from civilian to soldier by preliminary military
training and exposure to a military discipline.
For those who are not called upon to serve in the Armed Forces the principles of courtesy,
leadership and respect for authority carry over to assist in making a better citizen.
That the ROTC t:raining is beneficial has already been proved by the performance of for-
mer Farringtonians in'standing up to the demands of the Korean conflict.
' ' ' ' th F r'n tongrad-
W feel that in a troubled world needing stability, and cooperation, e ar 1 g
uate will continue to prove an intelligent and valuable member of society and can be counted
on to do his part. 65-
IAMES E. EDINGTON
gtawfnlemfzefas Help make The Z-feat
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Under the guidance of Captain Iames E. Edington and his staff, the
ROTC departments enjoyed a successful year. The Farrington ROTC
has been in existence since 1946, and it has seen many improvements.
The purpose of the ROTC is not to turn out soldiers, but to build
initiative and leadership in a cadet, both in civil and military life.
Soldiering is secondary.
A cadet in the ROTC will learn leadership, courtesy, neatness and,
most of all, learn to become an intelligent citizen in his community.
To climax the year, the department held the annual Military Ball at
Maluhia, FortDeRussy. Itwas restricted to cadets of Farrington and
the ir guests.
Capt. James Yamaguchi
ol John Snead
Major Henry Dolera S-1
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Major Stanley Mitsuyuki S
01- Robert St. Clair
3011. Col. Dolores
Major Walter Chiapetfa Reg't Amr.
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A 2 5 im ' Maj. william Jacinto
A j Hon. Lt. Col. Shirley Botelho Zfld Lf- Daniel Suzuki
Lt. Col. Donald Gomes
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Hon. Capt. Doris Fukuda
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2nd Lt. Shinichiro Nasu
2nd Lt. AlfredO Tolentino
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1st Lt. William Soriano
2nd Lt. Richard Furushima
2nd Lt. Norman Shun
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The Farrington Honor Guard has done great service
to our school and community throughout this school
They supervised at all Farrington football and bas-
ke tball games and during the Clu'istmas play, gradua-
tion exercises and at other functions. They were also
called upon to supervise car-parking on special days.
There are thirty-six members in the Honor Guard.
Any ROTC member with a "C" average is qualified.
Sergeant James Hopkins is their adviser. Three
cheers to the Farrington Honor Guard for a service
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12016 fzfgle Team
Under Sergeant Leon Doubek, the rifle team dis-
played wonderful sportsmanship competing with
teams from other high schools. They won five mat-
ches and lost one.
The purpose of the rifle team is to develop good
shooters. To accomplish this, they practiced every
day after school. .
t -two sharpshooters in the team ,
There were twen y
fifteen in the first and seven in the second.
Co-captains of the rifle team were James Yama
guchi and Shinichiro Nasu, seniors.
To thehoystrorniar-1 ,
ington High Schooiwho
served taithtuiiig in the
Korean War, we set a-
side this page--to thern
who sacr iticed their
'tives to attain peace
Mag you aii rest
tgguinaido, Benito '44 aniaguchi, Rodney N.
Priiaro, Eddie ' 45 Hung, Herbert '45
Ptraicaiai, Haines '45 Kauahi, Aiexander '41 Lagnrinias
Araiiaki, Seiehi '40 Keiii, Matthew '50 L-arn David 4
Auigong, Ciarenee '48 Kirn, Aibert'49 Maeha o enrv 5
Coeiho, Aiian P+.. '50 Hiriu, Hiroshi '41 Maeda, Hanicrd 47
Fuiaainizu, Haruo '42 Kiyohiro, 'Yetsuo ' 44 Matthews George '5
Ruiino '-if iioehl, Raiph Takashi '48 Mew Ra rnond 46
'1i'1 Keno, Richard Yasusjuiai '50 Mizusawa 'Ysunernatsu
iiozuiai, Arthur Masaru '48 Moirna Beniarn n
C rnes, Robert
Georgie ii. S. 5
Marianito ' 4
Robert ' 49
Horace S. '48
Herbert ' 45
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atanabe, Richard M. '4i
okornichi, Thomas H. '49
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Students Hiiied n
' Ptprii 'Z 1953
Fencing was originated in Italy and Germany,
and quickly became popular in Spain and France,
where it was one of the principal pastimes of the
A modern sport today, fencers use light foils
tipped with rubber buttons. It requires years of
training and practice to master the technique,
which cultivates a graceful carriage and pro-
motes agility and muscular control.
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soo Ku Park U Ezq 5 3 A C Mrs. A. van Dyk
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Irvin Sasaki S Irene Hayashida
Vice President Alice shmagawa Stanley Koki Social Chairman
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LQWN E 5 N95 With the purpose of creating better under-
09 5 R w k standing of the French language and of pro-
. XXX YA ' , i ,Q moting closer fellowship, the French Club has
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X -5 XXI' It's open to all students who are interested
S wg. XXX inFrenchcustoms regardless of whether they
' .QQ take French or not.
' - 1' Their first activity, an initiation picnic at
' X xg!! Hanauma Bay, was highlighted bya scavenger
I ' hunt.
N Later, during the Christmas season, they
combined with the Hui 0' Farrington Club and
went on a caroling tour to various places.
Front row: to R.: D. Ieong, S. K. Park, L. Nakashima, M. Furukawa, K. Okinishi, S. Sasaki, D. Lopez,
L Ajimine, S. Aono, E. Bosuego. 2nd row: L. to R.: H. Tse, E. Kawakami, L. Hayakawa, J. Nakayama, B.
iaanapu, K. Souza, V. Algoso, I. Yano, J. Tom, J. Yano, M. Goto, I. Toguchi, M. Matsuura, L., Paresa, E.
Babado. 3rd row: L. to R.: G. Wong, R. Lee, B. Telles, M. Campbell, V. Reynolds, P. Nagahara, A. Shinay
gawa, R. Tokaro, S. Ide, M. Nishimura, B. Ideta, I. Hayashida, S. Alfonso, B. Yonashiro, R. Kinoshita.
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Richard Yokota 2
President - '
Harry Yasuta e
Vice-President . .
Frances Kokubun David Ieong
Q The Biology Club with "promotion of interest in all
phases of living science" as its purpose spent an event-
ful and enjoyable school year.
The standing committees included lecture, program,
excursion, senior farewell banquet and scholarship
Lectures on various high school sports were spon-
sored by the club. '
The club held a Valentine Hop in February to raise
money towards the scholarship fund.
The farewell banquet given by the juniors of the club
in honor of the seniors was a wonderful success and
was enjoyed by everyone.
Mr L Kawahara
Social Chairm an
The Farrington Toasters Club was organ-
ized in 1950 by the public speaking class and
its adviser,Mr. Herbert W. Liu.
The purpose of this club is to promote bet-
ter speech, public interest and debate and to
help members become good citizens.
As service projects the club helped with the
distribution of Christmas seals for the Mutual
FARRINGTON TOASTERS CLUB
3rd Veep Karen Okumura -A
Telephone Co. and also participated in the SOC
A ,scholarship dance was held in April to
help a worthy member further his education
at the University of Hawaii.
A banquet was held at the Waikiki Lau Yee
Chai at the close of the school year to climax
the club's activities for the year.
Row 1 left to right: Jean Keiolalio, Bessie Tanaka, Frances Okumura, Helene Kamiya, Laura Maenaka,
nica Saito, Francisca Domingo, Angelina Permito, Patricia Konno, Mary Leonida. Row 2: Henrietta Kapx
Helen Toguchi, Avis Furukido, Geraldine Calm, Alice Nakano, Karen Okumura, Annie Wai, June Chinen, QF
Kaneshiro, Alice Matsuno, Janet Furubayashi. Row 3:Gladys Yokota, Patricia Young, Mildred Oshiro, Luc
len, Rosalia Daong, Naomi Azama, Angeline Saldavia. Row 4: Beverly Okano, Helen Kagemoto, Barbara
hoff, Margaret Sasaki, Norma Sodetani, Nancy Terada, Esther Kinney, Lucy Andrade, Terecita Enanoria,
Kim. Katherine Kekuma. Ruth Oya, Clarissa Choo, Lily Tom.
With "The Key to Knowledge Opens the Door to
SPEECH 81 DEBATE
I lf I President
llst Vice President
iwancy Nakasone Znd V1
V 3rd Vice President
, RE bl Jean Uyeda
Clarence li' ats uda Secretary
The Farrington Speech and Debate Club, or-
ganized in September, 1952, is composed of 36
members including seniors, juniors and sopho-
The purpose of the club is to promote skill in
the arts of public speaking, argumentation and
debate to better acquaint the school with com-
Success" as the motto, the club has for its colors
purple and white.
Under the supervision of Mr. HerbertW. Liu,
the club sponsored story telling at St. Anthony's
Home and the King's Daughter s Home. It also
participated in the sale of poppies.
The club members wear purple and white pins
engraved with FSDC and mallet pin guards.
lst Row: L. to R.: Clarence Matsuda, George Miyabara, Peter Louis, Norman Shun, LionelCazumero, Bing Hu
Young, Clifford Hudson. 2nd Row: L. to R. : Mildred Chu, Nancy Nakasone, Jane Nakamura, Ellen Oda, Elizabetl
Hinol, Caroline Eliysores, Gloria Bermudze. 3rd Row: L. to R.: C1aribelPuua1a, Ryoko Awoki, Lorraine Kurosu
Patsy Au, Aileen Hirashiki, Patsy Oshiro, Alma Mata, Dawn Chu, Patsy Miyashiro. 4th Row: L. to R.: May Kama-
ka, Vivian Choy, Jean Uyeda, Ann Fukumoto, Gladys Oshiro, Janice Tanaka, Merle Yamada, Doris Fuchikami,
Joanna Baldauf, Linda Kim.
Eleanor Akiyama if J A :qw Miss F. Yamada
President .Nqr ' Adviser
Jade Tom ,U e d 'fr Susan Gilding
Vice PI'9Sid6Ilf Social Chairman
Mary Jane Kusunoki .Tune Takahashi
The beginning chapter of the Farrington High School '
Greggites, composed of approximately 200 students,
5- 9-ffemm was organized to train secretaries and stenographers .
The purpose of this club is "to encourage shorthand
students to participate in the Annual Order of Gregg
X Artists Contest, and to promote a greater interest in
ti shorthand. "
B Besides working hard, the members enjoyed a mem-
l orable get-together picnic sponsored by the Advanced
yn A farewell social was held for the Advanced chapter
-gf, as the club's last social function of the year. XX
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1st Row L to R: S. Nakama, A. Shimabukuro, M. Curameng, I. Dumlao, R. Daoong, H. Surell, D. Acquino, I. Tokashil
R. Porlas, A. Nakama. 2nd Row: A. Arita, I. Maeda, V. Tanaka, L. Okamoto, S. Iavero,,Y. Arakawa, E. Dunlao, A. C:
valho, C.Bardago, M. Yabes, C. Aukai. 3rd Row:M. Alo, F. Chee, E. Akiyama, A. Chong, I. Takahashi, I. I-Iayashida
Queja, I. Demello, M. Chock, J. Magsanide, J. Nakamura. 4th Row: A. Dasuga, N. Chock, C. Takeshita, I. Takahas
L. Honda. V. Gaison. I . Tom, B. Arakawa,.
azel Ikari l
in Aileen Nakata
Vice President Program Chairman
Sylvia Mitsuyoshi Florence Nishlhira
The purpose of the Advanced Gregittes is to encour-
age the students to take part in the annual O. G. A. con-
test, to promote better relations among its members
and to developa greater interest in the study of short-
'I'he year's program included service projects as well
as social actxvxties
A torchlight supper was held early in the school year
at the amphltheater xn honor of the Begmning Greggites
Mrs. K. Char
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Ruth Qya Q . Aj, Eleanor Kohagura
president H ld Oh i X Treasurer
aro ama .
ist vice President Frgggfzfxeshlro
Charles Kobashigawa June Chinen
2nd Vice President 3rd Vice President
"Topromote better speech, public interest and debate and
to help members become good citizens. " These are the ob-
jectives of the Farrington Toasters Club.
In the third year of full time activity, the members parti-
cipated in various community projects and social affairs.
They helped with the distribution of Christmas seals and
participated in the annual SOC Dance.
Combined with the other Toasters Clubs, they sponsored
a scholarship dance in April.
To climax the year's events, the club held a banquet at Lau
Yee Chai in May.
First Row:L to R:F. Ernesto, P. Hattori, J. Keamo, M. Ahuna, M. Sasaki. Second Row: S. Kim, N. Sodetani
A. Furukido, N. Terada, H. Kagemoto, B. Okano.
To develop competent and aggressive business
leadership is the purpose of FUTURE BUSINESS
LEADERS OF AMERICA, a national organization
for high school students in business.
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mildred Maeyama
Vice President .... .... E leanor Oshiro
Secretary ....... . . . Ruth Shimabukuro
Treasurer ........ .... G eorge Tengan
Social Chairman . . . . . . Grace Wakuzawa
Program Chairman . . . . . . . Jean Sugawara
Members of the cooperative office training
class, a chapter of the FBLA in Farrington High
School, are seniors who work part-time in busi-
ness offices in the community.
President .... ................ Shirley Kakazu
Vice President . . . . . . . . June Nakayama
Secretary . . . . . . . ..... . . . Shirley Ho
Treasurer . . . . . . . . .... Herbert Sunada
Social Chairman . . . . . . . Joyce Nakamura
A V May Yoshioka, ' V Naomi Nagamine
if 1 s x President l .r E I Secretary
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Mr. N. S. Ching M
N I Adviser
William Young Carlito Rofoli '
1 Vice President Treasurer
The purpose of the club is to maintain and 'lv M Q
promote the interests of the Farrington Store, X fi !1
to encourage good citizenship and to further ' '
its interests in the bookkeeping field. A
Although it was difficult work, there was sfavg- -V l
nevera dull moment as new oroblems arose , X i, 'i
daily. The members of the club enjoyed a V Ly N ' N -
very successful year. Q , Q Arg.: . .
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lst row L to R: E. Arashii-o, P. Jocson, E. Uehara, M. Chang, R. Fujimoto, M. Iwaki, J. Konno. 2nd rowzi
Niizawa, M. Yonekura, D. Kaneshiro, J. Ishimatsu, P. Yamaguchi, E. Oshiro, G. Pau, M. Yoshioka, K. Sak
moto, A.. Higa, S. Chinn, H. Kasashima, 3rd row: I. Fujimoto, A. Ideta G. Yamamoto N Nagamine L. Som
D. Chang, B. Kam, E. Kim, L. Maeda, Mr. N. S. Ching fadviserj. 4th row: H. Sato, Sesoko, J. Derengi
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e es, D. Lee, R. Arn, F. Nagahara, E. Yee, A. Damaco. 5th row: R. Inouchi, D. Mark, W. Kawamoto,
Tengan, C. Rofoli, W. Young.
PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE
With its purpose of promoting better telephone service for the school as well as the community,
the Private Branch Exchange Operators Club was organized at Farrington in October, 1948.
This club consisted of 11 girls all of whom were regular operators in school.
lst Row: L. to R.: Helene Kamiya, Genieve Parages, Miss Miyako Fujii, advisor, Eleanor
Akiyama, Betty Onogi, Florence Furuya.
2nd Row: L. to R.: Irene Hayashida, Alecia Keawekane, Kathryn Oshiro, Audrey Seaburry,
Florence Tanaka, Carol Yonesaki.
The Be-Bops Club, under the advisership of Mr. Ray Hamamoto, has hada fullprogram
throughout the year.
Composed of students from the different high schools, the club aims to promote friendship and
participation among students through its many activities.
Some of the activities that the club has sponsored are its annual scholarship dance, whichis
held to raise money for the scholarship funds of Farrington, McKinley, Kaimuki and Roosevelt,
its basketball league designed for competition and fun among the members of the different clubs
and its volleyball tournament.
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lst row: L. to R.: Roy Ishii, Henry Furukido, Harry Kaneshiro,
2nd row: L. to R.: Stanley Mitsuyuki, Jessie Shiratori, Glory Ann
Takeshita, Merle Yamada.
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iizuo Takarz President . A 4 A p 4 f L M
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L Natalie Ann A :Q
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To advance the standards of journa-
lism by developing better journalists
and by inculcating a higher code of eth-
ics were the purposes of The Riley H.
Allen Chapter of the Quill and Scroll
Society of Farrington.
With a membership of 26 students
from the newswriting, annualproduc-
tion, printshop and vari-type classes ,
this society undertook several activi-
The annual initiation banquet was
held on May 2 at the Queen Surf. Twen -
ty-one members were initiated.
Officers were Shizuo Takara, presi-
dentg Karen Okumura, vice-presidentg
Natalie Ahn, secretaryg Harold Mat-
sukado, treasurer. Mrs. Ruth Davis
served as the adviser.
Josephine' pahukuia Michael UYGHO
Jackie Tirrell Nee Leong YOURS
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The Spartans Club is
composed of 40 mem-
bers. Its purpose is to
have fun and to promote
friendship among them-
This club enjoyed
many activities this past
year, some of which
were basketball and
volleyball games against
Farrington Hi-Y clubs.
They enjoyed social
gatherings with the Y-
Teen clubs of various
1st Row: L. to R.:-S.
Aono, H. Arzudon, A.
Chang, G. Fujiwara, K.
Hattori. 2nd Row:B. Hi-
fumi, J. Higa, B. Inoue,
R. Inouye, T. Isa.. 3rd
Row: R. Ishii, T. Kago-
shima, H. Karimoto, C.
Kimura, S. Kodama. 4th
Row: S. Kuroda, D. Le-
ong, G. Mahelana, P.
Nagata, S. Nakagawa.
5th Row: R. Nakasone,
G. Nishioka, R. Okano,
C. Ono, F. Shinsato. 6th
Row: K. Yoneda, J. Ta-
keshita, T. Tamai, K.
Tagami, F. Toyama. 7th
Row: S. Watanabe, J.
Hong, J. Yamada, C.
Yamaguchi, J. Yama-
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President Vice President
Bert Yamaguchi Charles Kimura
Dances, sports activities and picnics were some
of the recreational functions of Rainbows Hi-Y.
Included in the club's activities were Christmas
caroling, socials with clubs of various high
schools and participating in the SOC dance.
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The Dream Debs Club, composed of junior and
senior girls, was organized in September, 1951.
Through the able advisership of Berlyn Nishi-
mura, the girls enjoyeda highly successful year.
During the past school year, the members
participated in numerous activities. For service
projects, the girls sold poppies at Christmas
time, folded Easter seals, collected contributions
for the March of Dime campaign and took part
in "Clothes for Korea Drive."
Social activities enjoyed by the club were
picnics and socials with clubs of Farrington and
Abanquet in June climaxed the year's events.
Lorraine Toi Lavern Nishih:
President Vice Preside
Mildred Maeyama Mary Uzuma
Vary Jane l-Qusunoki
Naomi ll atsuno
HUI O' WAI-IINES
Eleanor A lama
Jean Sugawara Mildred Maeyama
Secretary Rachel lwaki Treasurer
The purpose of the Hui O'Wa-
' hines Club is to promote and
maintain friendship and sister-
hood as well as to be of service
to the school and community.
Some of the projects done by
the club were: Participating in
the SOC dance, caroling at hosp-
itals and sending old clothes to
J. Tom G. Wakuzawa
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lst row: L. to R: F. Chee, B. Fukumoto, R. Genovia, B. Harac
2nd row: M. J. Kusunoki, N. Matsuno, A. Nakata, D. Nakatal
3rd row: E. Okuma, G. Oshiro, R. Satsuda, S. Sesoko 4th rov
D. Shimabukuro, M. Sora, H. Taira, J. Tanoura, J. Tom,
Wohuzawa, N. Whang, C. Yonesaki
Ll Margaret Higalnogltggigxgng Helen Ohasni
Barbara Harada Secretary Treasurer Eleanor Sugita
Vrce presrdent Social Chairman
Club '53 composed of senior girls
was organized in September, 1951.
The members participated in various
service projects, some of which were
Christmas caroling, foldingChr1strnas
seals, aiding with the comic-magazine
dr ive and helping with the clothing dr ive
Among the club's social activities'
were picnics, social and a banquet
which climaxed the year's events.
lstrow-L. to R. :-EM. Harada, R. Hoshl
no, I. Ige, F. Iha. 2nd row: B. Kaana
pu, B. Kam, M. Kama, J. Lee. 3r
row: H. Liu, H. Madali, E. .Matayoshi
E. Okuma. 4th row: C. Ortiz, R. Per
kins, H. Sakai, M. Spotkaeff.
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Leslie Nakashirna .
Under the able leadership- of President Richard Tanigawa, Vice President Me1'lMinami, Secretary Leslii
kashima, and Treasurer Thomas Endo, the Ke Aliis Club successfully completed its third year of existen
a charter member of the Kalihi Branch YMCA,
During the past school year, the members participated in a number of service projects. They contributed
services folding Easter seals and taking part in "The Clothing Drive for Korea. "
The club enjoyed several social get-togethers with girls clubs of Farrington, Roosevelt and McKinley. A n
light picnic and Christmascaroling were also included in the social events.
A banquet in May climaxed a most interesting year.
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The Hawaiian Club composed of twenty-eight senior
girls was organized in 1952 under the able advisership
of Mrs. Edna K. M. Liwai.
This popular club enjoyed socials, picnics and parti-
cipated in sports tournaments. They were also very
active in serviceprojects and school affairs. The Ha-
waiians ended the school year with a bang-up banquet.
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The Hui O' Governess Club is composed of twenty-
five-girls from each grade level.
The purpose is "Service to the School and Com-
munity. "The Hui O' Governess Club started the year
by taking part in the SOC dance.
Other projects included selling of poppies, sending
old clothes to Korea and caroling at Christmas.
Activities enjoyed by the club were a picnic, at
which the new members were initiated, and socials.
To climax the year, the club held a farewell party
in honor of the seniors.
1st row: L. to R.: R. Adaniya, J. Chinen, F. Fuji-
moto, 2nd row: L. toR. :J. Fujimoto,P. Fukumoto
F. Kaneshiro, 3rd row: L. to R.: E. Kohagura, L.
Maenaka, G. Nakata, 4throw: L. to R.: F. Nishihi-
ra, E. Shimabukuro, M. Sora, 5th row: L. to R..
J. Takahashi, E.'Tengan, E. Tengan, 6th row: L.tc
R.: N. Terada, L. Tom, H. Yee.
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1st row- L. to R.: R. Batula, T. Endo, Y. Fuji-
moto. 2nd row- M. Infante, R. Inouye, D. Ieong.
3rd row- C. Kimura, C. Kobashigawa, R. Kuwaye.
4th row- L. Nakashima, F. Natori, H. Ohama. 5th
row- K. Oshiro, S. K. Park, A. Tachibana. 6th row-
Social Chairman .
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Under the capable advisership of Miss Miyoko Na-
kagami, the Hui O' Farrington successfully con-
cluded the second year of its existence.
The purpose of this club is "to promote better
relations, good sportsmanship and to raise the scho-
lastic standards among the students of this school. "
Highlighting the various service projects in which
the club participated was the collaboration of the
Hui O'Farrington with the Hui O'Governess in spon-
soring a benefit movie, the proceeds going toward
a scholarship for a deserving Farringtonian.
The members of this club also enjoyed several
social functions with clubs of other high schools.
S. Takara, B. Yamaguchi, C. Yasunaga. 7th row-
H. Yasutake, S. Hirashiki, T. Yoshioka.
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N. Ono. Secondrow: E. Oshiro, R. Oya, F.
Saito. Third row: J. Shimabukuro, R. Shima-
bukuro, A. Shinigawa. Fourth row: L. Shio-
saki, J. Sugawara, A. Sumiyoshi. Fifth row:
G. Taba, B. Tanaka, S. Ueshiro. Sixth row:
M. Yamasaki, T. Yawata, G. Yonasgiro.
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Hamabata. Second row: M. Higa, P. Jocson,
S. Kakazu. Third row: E. -Kim, L. Maeda,
M. Maeyama. Fourth row: N. Matsuno, L.
Moromisato, P. Nagahara. Fifth row: N.Na-
gamine, J. Nakamura, V. Nakamura. Sixth
row: J. Nakayama, J. Narikiyo, T. Nihei.
The Aikane Teensters Y-Teen Club ex-
perienced a highly successful and satisfy-
ing year of fun and service to both school
The activities which occupied the busy
Teensters were: selling poppies, folding
Easter seals, sending CARE packages to
needy countries, collecting clothes for the
"Clothes for Korea Drive", caroling at hos-
pitals, picnics and social get together with
clubs of various schools.
InApril, the girls experienced an enjoy-
able three day camp at the YMCA Beach
A banquet was held in June to climax a
most successful and interesting year.
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egfds tember, 1950, the Jolly .Testers Y-Teens
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W and services whenever needed.,
go? any Some of the projects to which the girls
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Janice Chung Inamufa
Janet Ishimatsu Sheila Lge
Helene Kamiya Doris Kaneshiro Beverly Larm
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Alice Matsumoto Gladys MiYaShi1'0
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1stRowg L to R: J. Yano, R. Adaniya,
A. Shimabukuro, M. Tsuha, J. Maeda,
B. Miyahira, M. Yabes, L. Tokuda 2nd
Row, LtoR: M. Matsuura, M. Mah, J.
Harada, A. Nakatani, J. Yano, C. Bar-
dago, E. Tengan, A. Wai, 3rd Rowg L
to R: J. Toguchi, A. Dasugo, J. Mag-
sanini, E. Akiyama.
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1st Row, Lto R: I. Nakamura, E.
Murakami, M. Sasaki, L. Tamashiro,
H. Hara, B. Naito,- V. Tomasu, I.
Gima, N. Sodetani, B. Abe, 2nd Row,
L to R: I. Hironaka, A. Tokumaru, A.
Furukido, L. Kam, J. Kishiba, S. Higa,
A. Nagata, E. Kan, D. Yamamoto, J.
Harada, 3rd Row, L to R: A. Nakama,
D. Matsumura, F. Lai, L. Nishihama,
B. Okano, H. Kagemoto, C. Shimabu-
kuro, B. Hayashi, S. Mendes, V. Rey-
nolds. 4thRow:Miss E. Furuya -- Ad-
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M. Nakagawa, B. Tanaka, A. Arita.
-2nd row: L to R: L. Honda, B. Shoii,
L. Watanabe, N. Hatakenaka, D. Ito,
D. Tasaka, I. Kazemura, B. Onogi,
A. Permito, F. Oba. 3rd row: LtoR:
B. Yanagawa, I. Takahashi, C. Yama-
moto, S. Sonoda, B. Nishioka, E. Na-
kamura, V. Andrade, A. Chong, M.
Gay, .F. Chee, M. Kusunoki,-P. Tice
mon, Advisor:'Miss.D. Okuma, Miss B.
tRow, Lto R: L. Matsumiya, J. Yamura, J. Morinega, J. Sakamoto, E. Toma, S. Ide, R. Tokoro, B. Sato,
. Tengan, S. Yamamoto, S. Moriki, M. Chu, A. Kitaoka. 2nd Row, Lto R: N. Yokoyama, K. Asakura, J. In-
nte, M. Asato, P. Au, T. Morimoto, B. Ogawa, S. Miyamoto, F. Garcia, S. Kikuchi, M. Ito, D. Fukushima,
Matsueda, 3rd Row, Lto R: J. Omori, D. Fuchikami, A. Tsuda, P. Oshiro, E. Nakamura, F. Fujiwara,
Kono, S. Karimoto, H. Nitta, H. Sakamoto, K. Chee, J. Nakayama, S. Matsushige, G. Tsuchiya.
Gay Governess Y-Teen Club was composed of 50 The purpose of the Frenesies Y-Teen Club is to
phomore girls who worked together to make this year promote better understanding of the YWCA and the Y-
successful and memorable one. Teen goals.
The members participated in many service projects The club started off this year by participating in
well as social functions. Some of the projects were Roll Call Week, attendingthe recognition ceremony and
iking sewing kits for Korea, preparing fruit baskets their respective churches during Roll Call Sunday.
' needy families, sending Valentine cards, donating During the school year, they performed many ser-
okies to the Salvation Army and participating in the vice projects. To nameafew, they decorated the dance
othing for Korea drive, halls for the SOC and Y-Teen dances, painted chairs
and cleaned the Y-Teen craft room at the YWCA and
'esldentf """"""' "" E duh Tengan went caroling during Christmas vacation.
ce presldent "" ""' ayAG01i0 P1'6Sident ------------ - ---------- Nancy Nakasone
Cretan' """"""" "' """" "Mane . Sa 0 Vice President ------------------ Sonya Nishimura
leasurer """"" , ""' ' """ Tf9Y Morlmmo S6CI'6t21I'y -------- ---Lydia Kouchiyama
C, C, Representative ---- ----Georgina Tsuchlya Treasurer H --.------- ---- I rene Fujikami
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.bukuro, E. Tanaka, J. Nishino, F. Pilla, F. Koyama. 2nd Row, Lto R: E. Maeda, D. Sakamoto, Ernesto,
Oda, I. Yoshikawa, P. Konno, L. Kurosu, E. Kunihiro, S. Kim, H. Turski, S. Alfonso,-R. Kinoshita, N..Na-
aone. 3rd Row, Lto R: R. Koki, J. Takata, B. Kurisu, J. Wakafuji, I. Fujikami, B. Shibata, J. Shiratori,
gimetn M. Ahuna, F. Abe, S. Nishimura, M. Yamada, L. Kouchiyama, E. MHYSUUIW-1, Y- Okano, Ao Hlfashlklv
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Ray Cordaro, Stanley Yoshimoto, Iosa Gascon. Row 2: Harry Nakamura, Emeterio Centeno, Richard
Gasper, Paul Terada, Eugene Dela Pena, Gordan Pang, Vernon Lum, Franklin Ho, George Kanlnau. Row
3: Soloman Waiolama, Frederick Young, Norman Akau, George Kawagoe, Francis Lorataro, Edward
Lapinid, Frank Magsanide, Samuel Pa, George Kusunoki, Paterno Soriano.
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up an annual program of work consisting
ofsupervised farming, cooperation, com-
munity service, leadership, earnings and
savings, conduct ofmeeting, scholarship
The Farrington chapter has experienced
seven years of rich and commendable ac-
complishments since its organization in
l946. Starting with 15 chapter members,
-the Farrington FFA has grown into an or-
ganization of 200 members.
At the annual FFA dance, Marjorie Ni-
shimura was crowned as the chapter sweet-
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The Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of pupils studying homemaking in junior a
senior high schools of the United States and territories.
As an- integral part of the program of home economics in the schools of America, lt offers opportunities f
the development of pupil initiative in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking.
' Future Homemakers of America isan incorporated, non-profit youth organization. It came into being throu
the cooperative efforts of youths enrolled ln homemaklng, in secondary schools, ln building a national organizatl
of their own in which they may develop and promote better home life for its members and their families.
Toward New Horizon, the motto of the FHA, expresses the purpose of the organization--learning to live bett
today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow.
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Espenia, Florida Chu, Agnes Andres. 2nd Row L. to li: Jean Silva, Adriana Supnet,23oli1re ggno, Fllleanorolgx
kami, NormaSodetani, MargaretSasaki, Lorraine Duarte, Dolores Bernabe, Phyllis Mara, Elaine Chillingwor
3rd Row L. to R: Antonette Chillingworth, Katherine Kuanoni, Sophie Chung, Josephine De Mattos Mona Umemo
Irene Taniguchi, Mildred Mau, Lucy Andrade, Thelma Izuwa, Stephanie Pang. ,
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National FHA Week here in Farrington was observed by wearing red roses, displayingg interesting articles in
show cases and displaying posters. on bulletin boards.
Some of the activities carried out this year were the FHA and FFA get-together, Mothers and Daughters' Tea
and monthly meetings.
Farrington FHA chapterwas represented at the Island convention in December at McKinley High School. It sent
five delegates to the Territorial convention on the Big Island.
Ruth fleftl and Harriet serve appetizing meals. FHA
girls discuss homemaking problems.
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