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130* 33 NOVEMBER 14, 1962
PAGE ONE
MILE HI JAOL FOOD BAZAAR drew large attendance Saturday at
Buddhist Church. A few of the many members who helped seen here
are, left to right; Mrs. Gladys Taniwaki, President. Mike Tashiro.
Ben Kumagai. Mrs. Mike Tashiro facing table, and Mrs. Helen Okada.
Services Held For
Pioneer Of Valley
Funeral services for the late
Toyosuke Ogura, 78, of 2560
Cherry st., was conducted by the
Rev. Yoshitaka Tamai Friday at
Buddhist Church. Interment was at
Highland Memory Garden.
He was among the pioneer issei
farmers in San Luis valley, where
he and his family formerly re-
sided.
Takeshi Nakata, Brighton, pre-
sided at the services. Other par-
ticipants in the ritual included:
K. Ono, Alamosa; Roy Inouye, La
Jara; James Kanemoto, Longmont;
Seishiro Nakamura, Littleton;
Mrs. Takino Takamatsu, Denver;
and K. Akahoshi, Ault.
Ogura is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Saki Ogura and his children.
They are; Dr. George I., of
Denver, pathologist and coroner
for the City and County, Irene K.
and Alice Y., all of Denver: Elsie
S. of Alamosa, Mmes. Mary M.
Akahoshi of Ault and Dorothy A.
Matsushima of Ft. Collins and
Milton K. of Guatemala.
Cousins Are Cadet
Colonels In Schools
A pair of cousins are cadet
colonels at East and at Manual
High. Calvin Kato and Ralph Mura,
respectively.
They, are cadet officers from
six other Denver high schools, re-
ceived their new ranks at the an-
nual military ball at Brown Palace
Hotel last week.
. Steve Yasuzawa, summer *62
graduate, cadet colonel, command-
ed East High's battle group last
term. He is the son of the Susumu
Yasuzawas, and he now attends CU.
Ralph is the son of the Masao
Muras. Calvin is the son of the
Sam Katos.
Mechanic Recovering
Wilson Enomoto, 43, of 1909
W. 38th Ave. was in fair con-
dition last week at St. Anthony
hospital. He received the injuries
while repairing a truck at No.
Denver Auto Service, 3737 Kala-
math st.
His brother-in-laws Richard Ota
of 3356 Shoshone st., who was
working with him, said the injured
mechanic was working on the en-
gine w hen1 the truck jumped into
gear and flammed him into the
garage wall.
ARTISTS EQUITY
EXHIBITION HELD
Art works by Mrs. Marion Ta-
jiri of Denver and Tamotsu Chuzo
of Santa Fe, New Mex., were among
those exhibited at the Artists Equi-
ty Exhibition recently in the gal-
lery of theJewishCommunityCen-
ter, 4800 E. Alameda Ave.
Rocky Ford Pioneer
Montebello, Calif. Mrs. Ume
Taguchi, widow of the late Kichi-
matsu Taguchi, formerly of Rocky
Ford, Colo., and a pioneer resi-
dent of Arkansas Valley in that
state, died at Kaiser hospital.
Burial was at Forest Lawn ceme-
tery, Glendale, Calif.
She is survived by her chil-
dren, Drs. James and Douglas
Taguchi, Mmes. Kimie Onoda,
Harue Saiki, and Lucy and Takako
Taguchi. Mrs. Saiki manages the
grocery store in Rocky Ford, which
her deceased parents operated for
many years.
Name Adult Leaders
Five adult leaders will accom-
pany Simpson Churchs youth group
to the Northwest YP conference
Thanksgiving weekend at Ontario,
Ore.
They are: the Rev. Paul Hagiya,
Mmes. Florine Burrous and Mary
Fujii, and Virginia Ito and Yoshie
Mizoue. 38 young people from this
church and Plattevilie will parti-
cipate in the conference.
HOME PURCHASED
Northglenn Toshiaki and Jane
Yoshimura recently purchased a
new home at 1046 West 102nd
ave. Yoshimura is employed by
Furrs Super Markets Co.
Perfom At Church
Classical and folk dances were
performed by six girls at Japan
night program at Religious Science
Church last wreek.
Members of the dance group
were: Carolyn Ozamoto, Darryl
Ota, Joan Hanatani, Karen Taka-
hash!, Nancy Ozaki and Susan Kara.
Mrs. AtsumiNakatsuka played koto
and samisen numbers.
THREE ARE NAMED TO
CUB SCOUT STAFF
Simpson Churchs Cub Scout-
master Yoshi Arai reports that
Todd Okita is the new' Cub com-
mittee chairman, and that Beans
Yamamoto and Larry Goto are
members of his committee.
JAPANESE BOOKS IN ENGLISH
KO
Appreciated as Christmas gifts,
or for enjoyment in your own home
TYPICAL JAPANESE COOKING $ 7.00
JAPANESE COOK BOOK ... 3.25
TEMPURA & SUKIYAKI COOKING 1.00
FLORAL ART OF JAPAN. ... 2.75
JAPANESE LANGUAGE* 30 HRS. 2.00
JAPANESE FAIRY TALES . 1.75
B U N-SH A
1234 20th St. Denver 2,
KE 4-4637 _________
Republicans Of
County Surge Forth
Adams county Republicans in
general election last week surpris-
ed nearly everybody with their vot-
ing strength. For governor, they
gave plurality to John Love over
incumbent Steve McNichols.
In State House race, electors
gave Republican, Seiji Horiuchi,
16,112 votes, which was more than
they gave to any one of the other
three candidates. The 37-year-old
new state Representative gave cre-
dit for his victory to the county
GOP organization.
The legislator and his wife, Kay,
married 13 years, have three sons.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bungo Horiuchi of Brighton.
CHUCH SUPERINTENDENT
ATTENDS CONFERENCE
The Rev. Taro Goto, superin-
tendent of Pacific Coast Metho-
dist provisional conference, pre-
sided at quarterly conference of
Simpson Methodist Church Sunday.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Goto,
the former Alice Yamada of Flor-
in, Calif, They now reside in Lodi,
Calif.
The couple were guests atWSCS
anniversary luncheon at Little
Banquet restaurant. Mrs. May
Murakami, vice-president, served
as chairman for the gathering.
Alamosa Scholars'
List Posted
Alamosa Dr. JohnSuehr, prin-
ciple of Alamosa High School, post-
ed last week the list of scholars
on the basis of their records dur-
ing first six weeks of school.
The scholars include: sopho-
mores, Ann Fujimoto and Eugene
Yosbida; juniors, Sumiko Ogura
and Harold Uyeda. Respective par-
ents of these scholars are the
Yuji Fujimotos, Clarence Yoshi-
das, Mrs. Elsie Ogura and the
Frank (Jyedas.
SANSEI ELECTED TO
STUDENT COUNCIL POST
Randy Koto, 6th grader at Em-
erson school, was elected vice-
president of Student Council. He
also serves as color guard captain.
He is the son of die Charles T.
Kotos of 1650 Penn. st.
CONING EVENTS
Saturday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m Kem-
lopp Fishing Club dinner at Lotus
Room.
Sunday, Nov. 18, 7 p.m., DBAC
turkey benefit.
Friday, Nov. 23, Denver-PIatte-
viUe youth groups depart for
Northwest YP Conference, On-
tario, Ore.
Friday-Saturday, Nov. 24-25
Denver Nisei Bowling League tour-
nament at Dahlia Lanes.
Saturday-Sunday, Dec. 1-2, Tri-
State Buddhist Church bazaar.
GOLD AND SILVER
ARROW AWARD WON
Swink Rickey Hiraki was among
the members who received the gold
and silver arrow achievement
award at recent Cub Pack Scout
meeting from Cubmaster Dave
Zimmerman.
Cubs and Brownies, following
the meeting, enjoyed a joint Hal-
loween party.
WESTERN SLOPE STATE
CONFERENCE CONDUCTED
Grand Junction The 27th an-
nual state conference was held
last week at Grand Junction High
School. Students, at this program,
present model election campaign
speeches and run as candidates for
state offices.
Among the participants was Alan
Hayashi, junior, and delegate to
the conference.
Buddhism, Culture
Explained To Group
W as hington Park C ongregational
Church members last week learn-
ed about Japans culture and Bud-
dhism at a program arranged by
Mrs. Mutsuyo Tsunoda of the Bud-
dhist Church. Sukiyaki dinner was
served.
The Rev. Noboru Tsunoda spoke
on Buddhism. Floral arrangement
was demonstrated by Ayako Sumi-
tomo, an Ikenobo teacher, and
Mrs, Chiono Furuya played sami-
sen. Mrs. Tsunoda and Miss Sumi-
tomo demonstrated method of tying
obi on kimono. Church members
numbering 150 attended.
OFFICERS ELECTED AT
MEETING OF MATRONS
Ft. Lupton Mrs. Tick Matsu-
shima presided at recent meeting
of the Friendly Circle. Members
held election of officers, the re-
sult being as follows:
President, Mrs. Floyd Koshio;
vice-president, Mfs. Henry Ki-
yota; secretary, Mrs. Robert
Kawakami; and treasurer, Mrs.
Sam Okamoto.
EUROPEAN TOURS
Fairmount Memorial
Site Selected
Co-chairmen John Noguchi and
Yosh Arai of the nisei veterans
memorial project for Cathay
American Legion Post have an-
nounced that a location near the
VFW memorial plot at Fairmount
cemetery have been chosen as site -
for the statuary.
Mountain plains area-wide fund
campaign is to be conducted to
raise $10,000 for the project, said
Commander Al Miyagishima of the
post. Representatives of various
nisei and issei organizations were
invited to a dinner meeting at the
post restaurant Wednesday to dis-
cuss the project.
Farm Training
Program Established
Alamosa Vocational training
program for farm workers will
begin in January under direction
of local office of State Employment
Service manager, Bill Sullivan^
The program for training work-
ers in uses of farm machinery,
and to prepare farms for crop
production, will engage assistance
of many growers in. the valley,
including Mike Mizokami, of
Blanca. Trainees will receive $38
per week while they receive train-
ing under this program financed
by Federal Area Redevelopment
Act.
Mizokami, who operates produce
farm with his brothers, is a mem-
ber of San Luis Valley Agricultui*-
al Advisory Comjnittee,
Engage Interest Of Denverites
Three nisei women a teacher,
an employe at USAF Finance Cen-
ter and a nurse at Colo. General
Hospital toured Europe last sum-
mer.
Mrs. Michi Ando, instructor at
Harrington School, made a seven-
week tour, primarily through the
Iberian penninsula, with the Na-
tional Education Ass'n. The seven-
week tour made by Misses Chiye
Horiuchi and Masako Takayoshi,
R.N., extended eastward across
southern Europe to Istanbul, Tur-
key. Also, Mr. and Mrs. John K.
Yamazaki of 4915 W. 38th ave.
toured Europe last summer.
Mrs. Andos tour following flight
from New York, began in Lisbon,
Portugal, and terminated in Lon-
don. Her group visited 12 countr-
ies, but concentrated its attention
on cities in Italy, Portugal and
Spain, and perhaps primarily in
Spain.
Misses Horiuchi and Taka-
yoshis tour included leisurely boat
ride down Rhine river, attendance
at operas and concerts, tours
through famed art galleries, and
sampling of fabulous foods in famed
restaurants of European cities.
While they met nary an issei or
nisei, everywhere they went, they
saw business men and government
officials from Japan.
NEW STATE LEGISLATOR from Adams County and his family
includes, in front row, his sons, John, 10; Jim, 7; his father, Bungo
Horiuchi; son, Paul, 12; and behind them, his mother, Mrs. Kei Horiu-
chi and State Rep. Seiji Horiuchi, His wife, Kay, was not present for
this family picture.
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PAGE TWO
BIRTH REPORTED
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Uyeda
of 4660 West Cedar PI. recently
became the parents of a baby
boy.
Takaki Tops Classic
Series With a 610
Jim Takaki
George Mukaikubo
Ben Yanaga
THE BUDDHIST CHURCH WAS THE SETTING for the recent marriage
of the former JoanTsukamoto to JohnNagata.The bride is the daughter
of the George Tsukamotos of 1744 Lowell blvd., and the groom is the
son of Mrs. Shizuka Nagata of 2426 Stout st. Smiling with apparent
approval is the groom's mother, glimpsed between the wedding cake
and her son. He is a junior engineer student at CU. His wife works
as secretary at Martin Co. Her sister, Patty, served as maid of honor.
Eugene Manabe of Los Angeles served as best man. Reception, after
the ceremony, was at Little Banquet.
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Mae Omoto 215-15-230
Koji Kanai 214-12-226
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Mary Miya*awa200-40-240
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AComa 2-3481
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Nori Kinoshita 244
Charlie Yamaguehi 226
Ben Yanaga 224
George Mukaikubo 223
Yosh Hora 215
Sam Inai 214
Nisei League Scores
Series
Mas Yoshimura629-75-704
Dr* T* Mayeda621-51-672
Beaver Asano 612-57-669
Mas Omoto 585-69-654
Harry Hashimoto
602-48-650
John Sakayama599-27-626
Games
Mas Yoshimura246-25-271
Dr* T0 Mayeda245-17-262
Harry Hashimoto
246-16-262
Art Yo8himura242-20-262
Fukuna Still In
Leading Position
SIMPSON CHURCH
Top player, 9th week
of play Av Hep
Paul Fukuaa 180 13
Mid-roster players among
77 bowlers with No* 39,
Roy Nagai at mid-point
with hep of 27:
Avg
Gene Tagawa 160
Gene Fong 160
Tom Tanaka 160
Roy Nagai 160
Ed Shimabukuro 160
Casey Hayashida 159
Bob Ota 159
WOMEN
HONOURS
Top player, Jean Matsu-
da, avg, 161* Mid-ros-
ter players among 44
bowlers: Hire Asano and
Ride Iriye:
Avg Hep
Ml MAKES TYPEWRITER CO. addin machines 40
Chicky Yamaguchil39
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MEMBERS OF LEAGUE
HOLD HOLIDAY PARTY
Nativity Lutheran League mem-
bers last week held a Halloween
party which concluded at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Fugita,
advisor of the League.
GUEST AT MEETING
Ault Mrs. John Sakurai was
a guest at the meeting of the Olive
Branch Club. At bridge game,
following the meeting, she won the
high score prize.
VS MOTOR SERVICE
GEORGE KURAMOTO
TEXACO PRODUCTS
BCRULGOUMADO

CH 4-9630
20th ond Lawrence
Denver
These Iemigrants Pushed Inland From West
To Establish Themselves In This Region
The late Toyosuke Ogura, 78,
died in a Denver hospital last
week, far away from his home
and farm in southern Colo., at Ala-
mosa, in San Luis Valley.
He had joined a band of eager
isseis in Stockton area, in San
Joaquin valley, Calif., to explore
farming prospects in Colo., settl-
ed with them in the southern Colo,
valley. That was in the mid-twen-
ties. They brought their families
out, raised children, generally
prospered.
Ogura, in a measure, typified
the issei who came eastward. From
Seattle, where they began arriving
in the early 1900*s, they mainly
scouted eastward through Wash-
ington state, Idaho, Montana and
Nebraska, Out of San Francisco,
they fanned out through Nevada,
Utah, Colorado and also Nebraska.
Toward the south, they spread out
through Arizona, New Mexico and
Texas.
What lured them inland? Better
soil? Hardly. The reasons were
manifold. KiyoakiSaibarainWebs-
ter, Tex., near Houston, recalled
that some venturesome issei youth
in Japanese villages heard that,
if they went to Texas, they could
find gold on the surface of land.
Not many shipped out to head for
fabulous Texas on the strength of'
such a story, but many did migrate
Toyosuke Ogura
and settle there.
Many issei who settled ip the
northern tier of states Idaho
and Montana prospected for land,
upon arriving from Japan at Seat-
tle. Yahiro Nayematsu,, pioneer
issei in Hardin, Mont., used to
recall that he and many other young
issei joined Northern Pacific and
Great Northern railway road
gangs, and as they swung their
picks along rails, they looked about
for likely farm sites.
Ogura of San Luis Valley, and
other isseis, living and departed,
bestow to their descendants in
mountain plaihs area a precious
pioneering legacy beyond values of
wealth, or fortune.
HUSBAM) AM) WIFE TEAM
Capture Out-Of State Fishing Prizes
A husband-and-wife fishing duo
will be awarded two of three out-
of-state prizes at annual Kamloop
Fishing Club award banquet Satur-
day at Lotus Room. In-state prize
winners, all of them, apparently,
agreed that reliable old Lake John
would furnish prize catches.
Sam and Doris Matsumoto will
receive first (6 lb. 6 oz. trout)
and third (3 lb. 6 oz.) prizes in
that order for their catches. Dr.
Tom Kobayashi will receive se-
cond prize (4 lb. 14 oz.) in this
out-of-state division all fish hav-
ing been pulled out of Montana
streams. None caught in Wyoming
this year was entered.
In-state winners are: 1st, Ka-
zuko Fushimi, 4 lb. 8 oz. trout,
22 inches long; 2nd, George
Fukuma, same weight, 21 inches;
3rd, Martha Fushimi, 4 lb. 5 oz.;
4th, Teizo Nonaka, 4 lb. 2 1/2
oz.; 5th, Frank Nakaoki. 4 lb.
1/2 oz.
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PURCHASE LAND
Greeley County office records
last week disclosed that Samuel
S. Funakoshi has purchased land
and property from Mrs. 1. Eu-
wing.
LAND PROPERTY SOLD
Brighton County records dis-
closed recent sale of land with
approximate value of $36,000 sold
by M. Nakasugi to Marcus A.
Degenhart. ; r
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