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Rocky Mountain Jiho, Number 37
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No
m 37 Wednesday, Dec* 12 1962
Page 1
Many Are Attending
Nihonjin Kai Class
About 60 students are enrolled
in the English class sponsored by
the Japanese association and taught
by Harry G. Matoba. The immedi-
ate object of these students, com-
posed of issei and recent arrivals
from Japan, is to learn the langu-
age and to under stand provisions of
the Constitution so that they may
pass the citizenship examination to
be given by the U.S Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Service,
Its officers frequently attend
these sessions, held at the associ-
ation hall, to assist the students.
Miyake-Shigeta
Wedding Plan Set
Miss Florence Miyake will be- ,
come the bride of Everett Shigeta
of Pueblo in ceremony to be per-
formed Dec. 22 at Tri-State Bud-
dhist Church. She is the daughter
of Mitsumasa Miyakes of Alamosa,
and die groom is the son of the
Sanzo Shigetas of Pueblo.
Bridal attendants will be; matron
of honor, Mrs. Judy Yamakishi;
bridesmaids, Sue Wolter from La-
guna Beach, Calif.; JaneKawanabe
of Alamosa, and Mrs. Gerry Sch-
roeder of Colo. Springs; flower
girl, Joyce Mizokami of Blanca
and ring bearer, Mark Konishi
of Alamosa.
Groom's attendants will be: best
man, Kenneth Shigeta; grooms
men, Ronald Shigeta, Tom Miyake,
Bob Richards; ushers, Herb Kaw-
anabe, Dave Furukawa, candle-
lighters, Bart Smith and Bob Dvor-
ak.
Reception will be in the Lotus
Room, where Furukawa will serve
as chairman. Baishakunins are Mr.
and Mrs. Yutaka Inai.
Christmas Bazaar
Plans Are Ready
Brighton Annual Christmas
bazaar will be held at the Public
Service building by the Brighton
Nisei Women's Club. The sales
affair begins 9:30 a.m. Friday
when the members will begin sell-
ing varied items, including cloth-
ing items and food.
FAMILY MOVES TO
GRAND JUNCTION HOME
The Leonard Yoritomos of 206
So. Alcott st., have moved to
Grand Junction. He is a carto-
grapher, specializing in drawing
maps.
Met Young Folks
From Northwest
Recent Northwest Methodist
youth conference in Ontario, Ore.,
afforded 37 Platteville and Simp-
son Church young people the oj>-
portunity to meet MYF groups
from various Japanese Methodist
Churches of the northwest.
Delegations were present at the
Ontario, Ore., conference from
Portland, Ore., Wapato, Seattle,
Spokane and Tacoma, Wash., ex-
plained Simpson Church's MYF
Pres. Ann Aoyagi.
The Denver and Platteville
group, before entraining for home
at close of conference, were given
suki yaki dinner by the Ontario
church's issei WSCS.
Delight Fujimoto and Miss Aoy-
agi represented local groups to
participate in conference oratori-
cal contest.
Orators Prepare
For Contests
The YBL convention's oratorical
contest Sunday at 3 p.m. will be
under the direction of co-chair-
men, Judy Umemoto and Ted Tsu-
mura. Contestants include, in sen-
ior division, Calvin Kato, Shirley
Eto, Janet Okamura and Henry
Kusumi, all of Denver; Ann Yoshi-
hara of Lafayette, Norman Yokooji
of Ft. Lupton and Gail Chikuma of
Brighton.
Junior division contestants in-
clude Melody Fujimori, Carrie
Ann Sakamoto and Eileen Fujino,
all of Denver.
Contest judges are the Rev.
Takashi Tsuji from San Francisco,
Mrs. Ina Koshio of Ft. Lupton and
Phil Miyazawa of Denver.
The discussion period, following
potluck meal Saturday at 4:30 p.m.,
will be chaired by Tad Yamamoto.
Master of ceremony at banquet
Sunday night in the Flame Room of
Cherry Creek Inn will be Floyd
Koshio of Ft. Lupton*
BUSSEI CONVENTION COMMITTEE OFFICIALS Members of 29ih
annual YBL convention committee are making final preparations for
the event this week-end. Front row left to right: Ken Tani of Brighton,
Louis Yoshida and Ted Tsumura of Denver; second row, Shirley Eto,
Elaine Kuritani, June Tsumura, Janet Yoshida and Chiemi Yoshida
of Denver, and Teruko Matsushima of Ft. Lupton; third row. Bob
-Watada, Sueji Nishimoto, Florence Yonehiro, Kiyoshi Nakata and Harry
Matsushima. Watada, Nishimoto and Matsushima are from Ft. Lup-
ton, others are Denverites. Absent from the photo are Judy Umemoto
and advisers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miyazawa.
Outstanding Bussei Boy And Girl Will Be
Named And Announced At YBL Convention
A new set of citations have been
Sheridan, Wyoming
Once Had A Lively Japanese Connunity
Sheridan, Wyo. Back in the
venturesome late 1890* s there
were perhaps more than 350 Jap-
anese living here. Among them was
Grandfather Ono, who, along with
most other isseis of the time,
worked on railroad trackages the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
or the Burlington line.
One had left his wife and family
in the old country, but in 1917,
he called over his son, Johichi.
Soon, the son's bride, arranged
between the families, as was the
custom among them at the time,
migrated from Japan to join him.
Here, the young Ono's happily
raised their children, and here they
remained for most of their lives.
Meanwhile, the children grew up
and went away. Frank teaches at
school in Sutter, Calif., Joe lives
in Casper, Mary is now Mrs.
Moriki and living in Hawaii, Macey
is now Mrs. Tanaka and living
in Denver; Linda, the youngest,
is a student at Univ. of Wyo,,
in Laramie.
The once fair-sized Japanese
community also dwindled when ma-
jor railroad constructionworkwas
finished, as, one by one, they quiet-
ly moved away, back to the west
coast, to Denver and elsewhere,
or simply aged and died.
Sheridan, which has been "our
town" for the Onos, nestles on the
eastern slope of the Bighorn Na-
tional Forest. This area fairly
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WELCOME BUSSEIS AND FRIENDS
To 29th Annual YBL Conference
This Friday Saturday Sunday
SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS -
Friday, 7 p.m., registration, devotional service, followed by mixer
At Ft. Lupton
Saturday, 10 a.m., bowling at Bowl-mor Lanes.
Saturday, 4:30 p.m., potluck, followed by discussion period with
the Rev. Takashi Tsuji; talent show.
Sunday, 1 p.m. at church, oratorical contest.
Sunday, 5*30 p.m., at Cherry Creek Inn, banquet, Sayonara Ball at
9 p.m.
added, while a traditional feature
has been withdrawn. That's a pic-
ture of the 29th annual Tri-State
YBL convention this week-end at
Buddhist Church.
A significant, new event has been
added to the convention, it was an-
nounced today by Louis Yoshida,
the local organization's president,
and that will be the announcement
of the Outstanding Busseis Of The
Year at banquet Sunday night. One
boy and one girl will be named.
The two persons so cited will re-
ceive plaques as token of apprecia-
tion from the church for their con-
tributions to its welfare.
Explain Outstanding
Farmer Contest
State-wide search for an out-
standing young farmer has been
under way for some time in a
contest co-sponsored by Colo. Jr.
Chamber of Commerce and Colo.
LP Gas Assn.
Robert Sakata of Brighton was
the only Coloradan who won na-
tional honors in the contest. He
was one of four top winners in
the U.S, in 1955.
State chairman for the program
is Ivan Dale of Ft. Lupton. There,
state finalist will be picked Feb.
9 at farm and ranch recognition
program.
NISEI STEWARDESS OF
BRAZIL KILLED
IN AIRLINER CRASH
Lima, Peru A 22-year-old
Brazilian nisei stewardess, along
with a Japanese passenger, were
among the 97 passengers killed
last week in the crash of jet air-
liner.
All passengers aboard Brazilian
Varig Airlines plane ere killed
when it struck a hi., just before
landing at airfield here. The stew-
ardess was Sumiko Arimura and
the Japanese passenger was a
Miss, or Mrs. Mitsue Nijigori.
FOOD DONATED FOR
BANQUET EVENT
Ft. Lupton Lee Murata was
among the individuals and organi-
zations thanked by the 4-H club
last week for donation of food
items consumed by members at
its achievement banquet held in the
4-H building.
San Franciscan
Convention Speaker
Principal speaker of 29th annual
YBL conference at Buddhist
church this week-end will be the
Rev. Takashi Tsuji from San Fran-
cisco. He is the head of the edu-
cation department of the Buddhist
Churches of America.
The priest, who was bora in
Vancouver, Canada, is graduate
of Ryukoku University, Japan, in
1938. He served as priest at Bud-
dhist Church in Toronto, Ontario,
Canada, prior to his present ap-
pointment.
Hudson Scholars
Hudson Honor roll scholars at
Central High School, posted last
week, included these students:
Ron Noriyuki, Diane Horii and
Joan Ishida.
May Jane Okada was among the
students at Central Junior High
whose names were posted on the
scholastic honor roll for their
class work during the first nine-
week period. She maintained
straight "A" in all of her sub-
jects. She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. K. Okada of Keenesburg.
MOREY JUNIOR HIGH
SCHOOL NAMES SCHOLAR
Paul Koto, ninth grade student
at Morey Junior High School, was
recently named to membership
of Hinderman-Reiva chapter of
National Junior Honor Society.
Scholastic as well as leadership
qualities of the student is con-
sidered in naming him to mem-
bership of this society.
Sanseis Participate
In Dance Recital
Annual dance recital of Hope
Moore Dance School was held re-
cently at Orpheum theater.
Sansei program participants in-
cluded Christine and Allison Ando,
daughters of the Toshio Andos;
Karlene Goto, daughter of the Ben
Gotos; Barbara Uchi, daughter of
the Adrian L. Uchis, CynthiaNish-
imura, daughter of die Yoshiro
Nishimuras; Jolene Fukuhara,
daughter of the James Fukuharas;
Gail Hashimoto, daughter of the
Harry Hashimotos; and Joyce
Kinoshita, daughter of the Frank
Kinoshitas.
MOTHER, FROM JAPAN,
VISITS AILING DAUGHTER
Manitou Springs Mrs. Kazuko
Amemiya, is convalescing at home,
following release from a Colo.
Springs hospital. Her mother from
Japan, Mrs. Kiyo Oshirna, is look-
ing after her. ""
Mrs. Oshima is visiting here
after having attended UN'sGeneral
Assembly in New York.
The Cosing Events
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays,
Japanese English naturalization
classes at Japanese Association
hall, 7 p.m., instructor, Harry G.
Matoba.
Friday, December 14, 9:30 a.m,
Brighton Nisei Women's Club
Chirstmas bazaar in Public Ser-
vice Co. bldg.
Fri., Dec. 14, YBL conference
at Buddhist Church, opening ses-
sion in Ft. Lupton, 7:00 p.m.;
conference adjourns to Denver *
Buddhist Church, Saturday and
Sunday, Dec. 15-16.
Sun., Dec. 16, 9:30 a.m., Simp-
son church school Christmas pro-
gram.
Wed., Dec. 19, Weekly Cathay
American Legion Post Memorial
project committee meeting.
Sun., Dec. 23,11 a.m. Christmas
worship service at Simpson Metho-
dist Church.
Mon., Dec. 24, 9 p.m., Cathay
Post Ski Club's Winter Frolic, a
dance at Sorrento's, 4780Tejonst.
Mon., Dec. 31, Mile Hi JACL
New Years Eve dance at Brown
Palace west.
Monday, Dec. 31, New-Year's
Eve candlelight communion ser-
vice at Simpson Church.
Jan. 25-27, Simpson Church
bowling league's invitational tour-
nament at Dahlia Lanes.


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FOOD BAZAARS REQUIRE A LOT OF MAN-HOURS of work and
sweat and planning. Here are but a few of many persons who assisted
at Buddhist Church's recent food bazaar and program: left to right:
Mmes. Daisy Matsuda, Betty Yanari, Rose Hasegawa, Carol Kawano,
Kenzo Fujimori, Grace Motoyama and Mae Doida.
Local Organizations Advance Plans For
Basketball Season Opening In January
At least six teams have al-
ready signed up to play this sea-
son in the Colo. Nisei Basket-
ball series beginning next month,
said Ken Namba, in charge of the
league program, who succeeds
Harold Fukuhara who headed the
group last year.
Already agreeing to play are
these teams and their spokesmen,
the Playboys of Boulder, Richard
Ida: Busseis. Ron Yamamoto;
American Potato Sp., Eugene
Tochihara; Simpson church, Ed
Kawano; Rancho Produce, Namba;
the Makeshifts, Steve Ishimoto.
League winner last season was the
Bussei team captained by Yama-
moto.
Namba explained that the team
entry fee is $35.00. Total league
expenses last year, for court ren-
tals and other expenses, were about
$300.
TRIO LEADERS
Fukuna, Iriye And Furuiye Are Pacers
Designate Sasa As
Outstanding Player
Brighton Paul Sasa, now busy
with the High School wrestling
team, was selected by his foot-
ball team matches last week as
the Most Valuable Player on the
1962 football squad. He played
center position.
Paul, along with other prep
school gridders so selected by
their team mates, was honored by
the Buffalo Club of Colorado at
the CU football banquet Tuesday
at Hilton hotel in Denver.
BASKETBALL PLAYERS
ACTIVE ON TEAM
I Brighton High Schools "B bas-
ketball team trounced two foes
last week Adams City 45-33;
and Air Force Academy prep team,
47-38.
The victor's Bob Ida scored 5
points against Adams City and 2
points against the academy quintet.
Eddie Imatani also played for
Brighton.
Vi Two Points
Behind Leader Now
TOP 10 WOMEN PLAYERS IN
SIMPSON PIN LEAGUE Hd
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Jean Matsuda 164 24
ViNishimura 162 25
Jean Sato 160 27
Bonnie Yamamoto 157 29
Jeanette Kavramura 155 30
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RANUM WRESTLERS
Ft. Lupton Local Bluedevils
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School wrestling team, 30- 24. last
week.
Bob Fushimi of the visiting team,
in one of the matches, was pinned
in 3:35 minutes by Joe Torrez.
Bob was wrestling in the 120-
pound weight division.
LA JUNTAN HIGH
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racked up a 255 to be named
high individual game player in the
local league. High individual play-
er was Tom Nakayama with 629
score.
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THEY WORKED HARD FOR THE AFFAIR* Many persons worked hard
to present the recent turkey benefit affair presented at Buddhist Church
by the Denver Bussei Athletic Club. Among those who helped to stage
the event were, seated, left to right: Frank Takahashi, Sto Tani, parti-
ally hidden, Hank Shibao and his son, Gerald; and standing, left to right:
George Umetani, Sam Doida, Sam Kambara, George Omoto, Torn
Kajiwara and Kaz Sakamoto.
Hold Service For
George Ibata
Ft* Lupton Funeral services
were held for the late George 1*
Ibata, 82, at Buddhist Church. The
Rev* Yoshitaka Tamai performed
the rites. The deceased was a
local resident for seven years. In-
terment was at Hillside cemetery.
He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Sada Ibata, who will close
their home here to reside in Chic-
ago with her daughter. Among those
who attended the services were
Mr* and Mrs. Utah Ibata from
Long Beach, Calif; and from Chic-
ago, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ibata and
Mrs. Nellie Iwata.
STUDENTS ATTEND
CONFERENCE AT D.U.
Among the students who attended
the 29th annual International Re-
lations Conference at University
of Denver last week was Norman
Yokooji from Ft. Lupton High
School. Students from 43 high
schools attended.
Hoaemakers Serve
International Heal
Ft. Lupton International din-
ner, with menu ranging from Ja-
panese shrimp salad to German
krautburgers were served for the
High Schools chapter of Future
Homemakers of America last'
week.
The salad was prepared by Iris
Nakata.
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mitted at Community Hospital last
week were David TashirofromLi-
mon, Moichi Katayama of Brigh-
ton and Mrs. KazuichiMurata from
Ft. Lupton.
Mrs. Torayo Konishi, a patient
from Ft. Lupton, was released.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER
Greeley A Weld county real
estate transfer' record reported
recently the transaction of real
property from William C. Wick-
horst and Lillian Bauder to Robert
Y. Sakata.
Sheridan Once Had
Many Isseis
-Continued from page L-
abounds with battle and massacre
sites. A scant generation or so
before the isseis first arrived,
skirmishes were fought by U.S.
troops and settlers against fierce
Indian warriors. Now, only monu-
ments remain to mark these events
of long ago.
At one time, the Sheridan Ja-
panese Association was a thriv-
ing organization. As such, it is
rather inactive today, although Gno
acts as its treasurer. One of the
treasurers functions is to oversee
the care of the Japanese plot in
the town cemetery.
A retired stationary engineer
for the Burlington railroad com-
pany, Ono and his wife had been
living quietly the past few years.
Then, last week, his ailing wife
died. So at the town cemetery,
his children and his life-long town
friends joined him. After a simple
Methodist church rite, his wife,
who had come to him as a young
bride so many years ago, was
buried at the cemetery, where the
Japanese community plot was in
his charge.
INVADING WRESTLERS
Longmont Invading Brighton
High School wrestling team smoth-
ered the local hosts, 34-12 here
at high school gym last week.
Among invading victors was Paul
Sasa in the 127-pound division. He
pinned Richard Stratton. The visi-
tors Harvey Tashiro lost 2-0
to Jim Miller in the 145-pound
weight group, while in the 133-
pound division, Bob Sakaguchi was
decisioned, 4-0, by the host's
Barry Spath.
AUTO SCALE MODELS
SHOWN AT EXHIBIT
Plastic scale models of auto-
mobiles from 1925 Model-Ts to
slick 1962-styled cars were ex-
hibited by 7th and 8th grade stu-
dents in contest last week at Shaw
Heights Junior High School re-
cently.
One of the contest judges was
Henry Kunugi, 7050 Clay st.
Naae Winners
Prize winners at benefit drawing
of Tri-State Buddhist Church ba-
zaar last week were as follows:
First, Joe Garcia; second, W.
W. Spallinger; third, Tadashi Igata
of 7625 Vallejo st.; and fourth,
Jerry Akahoshi of Ault.
RECEPTION HELD
FOR VISITING PASTOR
The Rev. Hiroshi Tamura of
Seichono lye was feted last week
at reception at Lotus Room. He
lectured before local members at
Japanese Hall.
FARM EQUIPMENT
SALES REPORTED
Ft. Lupton Farm equipment
sales were held yesterday, it was
reported by the Ehrlich Sales Co.
for several farm owners and farm
equipment owners, including K.
Ono and Sam Funakcshi. Sales
were held in Longmont.
HOME DEMONSTRATORS
GROUP HOLD MEETING
Ault Mrs. Stoke Morita serv-
ed as hostess at her home last
week for the meeting of the Wyatt
Home Demonstrators group.
STUDENTS PLAY FOR
WOMEN AT MEETING
Brighton Sharon Kato and Neiko
Hirakawa of Mrs. Gladys Kendalls
piano studio in Denver played solos
at recent musical program pre-
sented by the Daughters of Colo-
rado.
PANAMA CANAL ZONE,
NEW HOME FOR FAMILY
Robert and May Laughlins new
residence will be in Panama Canal
Zone, where Robert is stationed at
U.S. Army post. Mrs. Laughlin
is the former May Aoyagi, daugh-
ter of the Shun Aoyagis of 2015
Ames st., Lakewood.

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Chikuma Satsuki.............. 10
Kambara Isamu................ 20
Kawaguchi Takejiro(Nbr)... 15
Abe George (Wyo)............... 10
Fujinami Shichisaburo(Wyo). 5
Takahashi HanjK Greeley). *. 15
Shin Hanzo(")...............* 15
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Mori Mack(seattle)............10
Hikida Ken (Greeley)........... 10
Shino Karoku(Merino).........10
Ikeya Yoshlyukl(Nebr).........$15
Takada Hidenori...............10
Fukui Tetsuo..................10
Mur oy a Tla j ime............. 10
Idaho Oregon Buklcyo-kal..... 25
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Karakawa James................. 10
Tsuchimoto Harushi. *...........10
Arakawa Junzo(Gill)...- 20
Nakatsu Soichi(Nebr) .......... 10
Mrs. Louis i¥elsh(Denver)......$10
Kajiwara Xikuno................ 10
Ura Asakichi................... 5
Goto Kantaro................... 10
Hara Ben...................... 15
Tanabe Kumaichi.............. 10
Akagi Mika.................... 5
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510 15th Street 4861 Depew Street
CHerry 4-3546 Denver 12, Colorado
GEnesee 3-1770

4-H LEADER HOSTS
GROUP AT HIS HOME
Ault George Toktinaga, Fair-
play 4-H group leader hosted at
his home for members of the Fair-
play 4-H Club. Members decided
to change the organization's name
to Ault 4-H Club.
INVESTIGATE ACCIDENT
Longmont A one-car accident
south of here, near intersection of
U.S. Highway 87 and Colo. High-
way 52, was investigated lastweek
by Highway Patrolman Will Kago-
hara. The automobile spilled into
a barrow pit and rolled over.
The vehicle was a total loss,
he reported. A passenger in the
car, Rita Pacheco, 15, was treat-
ed for her injuries at a local
hospital.
SCHOLAR NAMED AT ' j
MEEKER JUNIOR HIGH I
Greeley George Johnson, prin-
cipal of Meeker Junior High, last
week announced the roll of schol-
ars. Among them was Mark Miyo-
shi, seventh grader, who received
3.5 grade point average in his sub-
jects.
SON BORN TO YAMADAS
Ault The Thomas Dean Yamadas
on Nov. 11 became parents of a baby
boy. He was born at Osteopathic
Memorial Hospital.
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