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Vol. 1JII, 'o. Aaache Senior High School
February 29, 1944
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Qbill And Scroll
Members Chosen
Thm frllnrncT of nil n.n
l8 high
JSS S:L L"! STU0EI1TS DRAFTED
national honorary society
for high school journallstsJ
Betty Kanameishi, Gladys
Nakagawa, Lily Nagatoishl,
Frances Sasano Kenn Yone-
aura, John Ito and Jack
Hatanaka.
The requirements for mem
bership in this society
arel
1 .They -oust he of at
least junior standing.
2. They oust he in the
upper third of their class
in general scholastic stan
ding at the tine of their
election.
3 They must have done
superior work in sons phase
of journalistic or creative
endeavor.
4. They must he recon
nected by the adviserorhy
the, committee f overning
publications.
5 Taey oust be approved
by the executive secretary.
The newly elected char
ter Beaters will he ini
tiated at a formal ceremo
ny as soon as the spciety
pins arrive.
The eeeont-seaester election of student body offi
cers took place yesterday and was sailing along smoctb
ly until the votes were tallied, and it was discovered
that a revote for the offices of president asa boys'
vice-president would be necessary. The election was
the closest one in the history of Attache High School.
H. Additional member prob
ably will be elected at the
end of the year.
SECOND-SEMESTER GENERAL ED.
REPRESENTATIVES ARE ELECTED
The following students
were elected as the Student
Council general education
representatives for the
second semester?
Seniors Bussell Yamaga,
Bessie Takaya Barney Ka
wada, Betty Kanameishi,
and Kax Uukaida't Juniors
--Johnny Mizoue, Ichiro
'Takahashl Lorraine JCuri-
HEVOTE BETWEEN
KANAMEISHI-SAITO
SANUI-YAMAGA
Since no candidates run
ning for these offices re
ceived a majority of the
votes, which is necessary
according to the constitu
tion, there will be a re
vote between the two receiv
ing the highest nuaber cf
votes
Betty Kanameishi led the
race for presidency with
Sandie Salto close behind,
and Kiyoshi Sanul had the
plurality of votes for boys'
vice-presidency with Bus
sell Yasaga coning in sec
ond. SOTOMURA-GlRLS'VICE
Boots Sotccura was in the
clear in the election, and
is now Attache's third girls'
vice-president.
NAKAGAWA-SECRETARY
AMAMOTQ-TREASU&ER,
The duties of the sec-
retary will be assumed by
Gladys Nakagawa, who nosed
out her strong opponent
Frances Naruse.
The office of treasurer
will be filled by Edna Aaa
coto, who won the race by
a snail margin from Yayoi
tfyesugl.
Candidates for the var
ious offices werel resi-dent--Toshio
Kawasaki, San
die Saito, and Betty Kana
meishlj Girls' Vice-Presi;.
sugi;Sop?aBoxes--Iosh Iko fde.at-rJoy Takeyama and Boots
OdaVJuhWoWoka Iot Vfelmraj'Swcr.iM.
Okuno", Harry Fu j ibara, aad Saruse Gladss tfakauram!
Sumadaj. Freshmen treasurer Tavol U-veauni
.-M AT W
and Edna Arcane to
Three current and thir
teen former Aaache Hi stu
dents were anong the first
group of Aaache draftees
to receive their draft no
tices and pass the physical
examination.
They are Kenichi Murana
ga, Tony Munekiyo Hay as hi.
Jinny Hirashiki cu rre fct
Anache Hi students! George
Uriyu, Ton Isanu Matsutaai,
Miles Masayuki Hamada, Frank
Hideo Komatsubara, Hlroshi
Kubochi, Tsunenori Tony
Tanaka, E0y Hohuaki Yoshida,
George Aoki Taro Tangi, -Masao
Igasaki Jr. Masao
Uyesugi, Tetsuo Ted Okuno,
and Hiroshi Ito Aaache Hi
graduates
These boys will i prebably
report for induction at
Fort Logan, Colorado, within
the next 21 days.
According to Mr. Wajther,
Aaache Hi principal, ap
proxiaately 120 boys wbo are
now enrolled in this school
are eligible for the draft.
Of this group several boys
have asked for deferment
until they- have completed
their school year.
hara and Florence Naga-
"41 ts
Hirioru Tonai, Misako Mori-
mot o. Babe Kochiand Osamu
Hlrano.
(Id.' HotetThose re-elected
for the second term have
their same s starred.)
The members on, t he, bal
lot committee, were George
nataaabe Joe Aaa toto,
Frances Sasano, and L-ly
Dagatolshi.
-s.

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Title
Granada pioneer (Amache, Colo.), February 29, 1944
Other Title
Pioneer
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
Amache, Colo.
Created / Published
Amache, Colo., February 29, 1944
Subject Headings
-  Japanese newspapers--Colorado--Amache
-  Japanese Americans--Colorado--Newspapers
-  Granada (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Amache (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Prowers County (Colo.)--Newspapers
-  Japanese newspapers
-  Japanese Americans
-  Colorado
-  Colorado--Amache
-  Colorado--Granada
-  Colorado--Prowers County
-  United States--Colorado--Prowers--Amache
Genre
Newspapers
Notes
-  Semiweekly, Mar. 3, 1943-Sept. 15, 1945
-  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 28, 1942)-v. 3, no. 91 (Sept. 15, 1945).
-  Collected in Japanese camp papers.
-  Has supplements.
-  Available on microfilm from the Colorado Historical Society and the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  In English and Japanese.
-  Published at the Granada Relocation Center established by the War Relocation Authority.
Medium
7 pages
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Newspaper
D769.8.A6 J3 reel 13
Library of Congress Control Number
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English
Japanese
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Amache, Colo.
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