Apologies in advance if you have received this in error. if so, please inform me to be removed from the list.
If you don't recognize some of the names of the classmates below, well...
that's what yearbooks and reunions are for :
( KHS '60 & '61 reunion pics )
Please pass this email on to other classmates.
I'd like to keep this going, adding their responses to this list or one of yours...
as a reminder that hopefully for all of us, we have many years ahead to reunite again.
KHS Foundation Fundraiser Dinner: March 25, 2017, 4:30P - 8:30P
75th birthday reunion(s) sometime this year !
Let me know of any other upcoming event(s) involving our classmates
JANUARY 2017 POSTS - posts, starting with March 2009, are archived in:
January 29, 2017
Yes, it is the year of the Rooster !
Happy Chinese New Year to you too Bing, and to all classmates.
Apologies Gerri, just saw your Chinese New Year wishes email flash by but it somehow
disappeared from my inbox and elsewhere, but the same to you too.
If there was much more that we missed seeing, please do resend it and I'll post it on the
Don't forget the annual KHSF fundraiser dinner on Saturday March 25, 2017 at the
school cafeteria and auditorium.
Here you go Shinty, your message below.
I understand the previous golf affair was a great success so this should promise to be
much the same.
Don't normally post the type of email that Raynor sent but it seemed in keeping with
our old-time memories.
You're more than welcome Pat but please thank Jane and her son for the actual work.
I did see those murals at the last foundation dinner but neglected to take photos of them.
You've become quitet the traveler Moana, yes, do enjoy life while we are stil so young.
Well, we're a month into the new year but I have to say it's been quite a difficult start to
that new year personally at times.
Losing a close family member after declining health, a close family friend dealing with
a serious illness while undergoing treatment for another, another close family member
now thankfully recovering after a serious pedestrian accident... to have these happen
all at almost the same time can be very distressing to say the least.
But as they say, time can be a great healer.
I do hope for a great, happy, and safe, rest of the year for all.
From: Bing (Betty Ann Ing)
Date: Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 6:27 AM
Subject: Happy Chinese New Year of the Rooster - January 28th
Happy Chinese New Year to you!!!
From: Richard Shintaku
Date: Sat, Jan 21, 2017 at 8:42 AM
Subject: KAIMUKI CLASS OF ‘60 GOLF
Cc: Andy Nakano, Carl Yasuda, Gary Tsukamoto, Wayne Kanai
Hal, Please place the following in your next blog.
I’ll put out a flyer with complete information by early March.
To the “While We Are Young” Gang,
Save this date to get together again for a wonderful golf get together.
Event: KAIMUKI CLASS OF ‘60 GOLF
Where: PEARL COUNTRY CLUB
Date: MONDAY: APRIL 10, 2017
Time: Show time; 9:30 AM
Green Fee: $50 (Senior rate), $25 event and prize fee
From: Raynor Tsuneyoshi
Date: Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 3:44 PM
Subject: Fwd: Fw: Fwd: LOST WORDS OF OUR YOUTH now this is a memory jogger
To: Harold Oshiro
I'll bet our Kaimuki 60 grads can remember every one of these phrases and or sayings.
Happy trails down the memory path.
LOST WORDS OF OUR YOUTH now this is a memory jogger…..
Cute story for all you old ones out there.
Heavens to Murgatroyd! [was that from Jimmy Durante?]
Would you believe the email spell checker did not recognize the word murgatroyd?
Lost Words from our childhood: Words gone as fast as the buggy whip!
The other day a not so elderly (65) (I say 75) lady said something to her son about
driving a Jalopy
and he looked at her quizzically and said "What the heck is a Jalopy?
Oh, Oh a new phrase!
He never heard of the word jalopy!!
She knew she was old but not that old.
Well, I hope you are Hunky Dory after you read this and chuckle.
About a month ago, I illuminated some old expressions that have become obsolete
because of the inexorable march of technology.
These phrases included "Don't touch that dial," "Carbon copy," "You sound like
a broken record" and "Hung out to dry."
Back in the olden days we had a lot of moxie.
We'd put on our best bib and tucker to straighten up and fly right.
Heavens to Betsy!
We were in like Flynn and living the life of Riley, and even a
regular guy couldn't accuse us of being a knucklehead, a nincompoop or a pill.
Not for all the tea in China!
Back in the olden days, life used to be swell, but when's the last time anything
Swell has gone the way of beehives, pageboys and the D.A.
and of spats, knickers, fedoras, poodle skirts, saddle shoes and pedal pushers.
Oh, my aching back.
Kilroy was here, but he isn't anymore.
We wake up from what surely has been just a short nap, and before we can say,
well I'll be a monkey's uncle! or, this is a fine kettle of fish! we discover that
the words we grew up with, the words that seemed omnipresent, as oxygen,
have vanished with scarcely a notice from our tongues and our pens and
Poof, go the words of our youth, the words we've left behind.
We blink, and they're gone. Where have all those phrases gone?
Long gone: Pshaw,
The milkman did it.
Hey! It's your nickel.
Don't forget to pull the chain.
Knee high to a grasshopper.
Going like sixty.
I'll see you in the funny papers.
Don't take any wooden nickels.
It turns out there are more of these lost words and expressions than Carter
has liver pills.
This can be disturbing stuff !
We of a certain age have been blessed to live in changeable times.
For a child each new word is like a shiny toy, a toy that has no age.
We at the other end of the chronological arc have the advantage of remembering
there are words that once did not exist and there were words that once strutted
their hour upon the earthly stage and now are heard no more, except in our
It's one of the greatest advantages of aging.
See ya later, alligator!
And I'd add -- after while, crocodile......
From: Pat Yamaguchi Fujita
Date: Sun, Jan 8, 2017 at 9:35 AM
Subject: Re: 1/7/17
Thank you for giving us the link to the photos of the KHS murals.
The murals are awesome and they add so much to the old campus.
Wishing everyone a healthy and rewarding 2017.
Thanks for keeping up this blog.
From: Tremaine Moana Lui Dyball
Date: Sat, Jan 7, 2017 at 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: 1/7/17
It's never too late to wish all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Spending my time in Tucson and returning tomorrow.
Never know where I'll be half of the time.
Maybe I'll go and visit my son Kimo Lee in Ft Belvoir, Va?
Nice to have a retired Navy Officer flying for Delta?
Life is a blessing!
Aloha to all!
January 7, 2017
Another new year... need to get used to writing in the year 2017.
Doug, that would be a good resolution to work on now that most of us have reached
or will reach the three-quarter century mark.
Arline, Chester, Gerri, Roy, Jane, and Tim, thanks for the good wishes to all,
Below is a link to the photos that Jane Mock Pang's son took of the murals at the
The mural was unveiled in November of 2015.
Below is a link to an explanation of the meaning of some of the murals
Have a great New Year all.
from: Doug (Yoshimura) Savage
to: Hal Oshiro
date: Mon, Jan 2, 2017 at 4:31 PM
subject: Doug Savage - Words of Wisdom
"If you want something you've never had,
then you've got to do something you've never done."
from: Arline HIrahara Gokan
date: Sun, Jan 1, 2017 at 7:38 PM
subject: HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
from: Chester Otani
date: Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 10:05 PM
subject: Happy New Year!
from: Gerri Barcenas Digmon
date: Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 4:12 PM
subject: RE: 12/31/16
Dear cherished friends, warmest KUNG HEE FAT CHOI to you and your ohana.
May you, your family & home be filled w/great happiness, good health, lots of laughter,
prosperity & endless blessings & warm memories in 2017 & always.
Such bustling holiday activities everywhere.
Nice to bump into Richard Shintaku & wife and Marian Tarumoto Santo at Waialae
Parking lot jammed...from many grocery carts, lots of home entertaining being planned.
HAUOLI MAKA HIKI HOU ME KA ALOHA PUMEHANA.
Jack & Gerri Digmon
from: Roy Okano
date: Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 3:48 PM
subject: Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!!!
May the new year bring you peace, joy and good health.
from: Jane Pang
date: Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 8:26 AM
subject: Surprise Holiday KHS Visit
Many Bulldogs living away from Hawai'i may enjoy our surprise visit to campus yesterday.
Not sure if you're able to share these Mele Mural photos.
Great walking the ole campus enjoying the mural display.
Hau'oli Makahiki Hou!
Hope to see you in 2017.
(Photos by Benton Pang, son)
from: Timothy Y.C. Choy
date: Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 7:45 AM
subject: Re: 12/31/16
May all of you and your loved ones have a great 2017!!
( List below will be ongoing on each blog and revised as missing classmates are accounted for )
Out of approximately 640 classmates, there are about 170 who are either deceased or whose
status or contact information is possibly known but needs to be confirmed.
But for the classmates listed below currently there is no status or contact information at all
Please let me or Pearl know if you have or know someone who might have this information.
Names are listed alphabetically by last name... middle name or initials are included if available.
Possible current/married last name, with possible name of spouse, follow where applicable.
Anderson JR, Donald C
Bernard, Mary Magdalene; Barrineau, Caroline; Bogden, Daniel; Broome, Robert Lee
Chan, Naomi; Ching, Tamar I
Fujimoto, Thomassina T; Fujita, Marlene Masako (Watson)
Ginoza, Peggy K; Gomes, Barbara Jean L.
Ichimura, Lloyd J M
Kam, Charles K H; Kashiwamura, Gary K; Kawaguchi, Suzanne M (Tanaka);
Kiyabu, Arlene Sonnie; Kuratsu, Ronald N
Lau, Walter Kui; Lawelawe, Herbert Huddy; Lee, Bernice P C; Lee, Jeffrey; Lopes III, Frank
Matsumoto, Patricia (McDonald); Matsushima, Melvin H; McKeown, Chloe Ann K, McCracken, Sandy;
Meyer, Donald S; Michler, John Arthur; Minami, Roy; Miranda, Carmen (Hoomalu Douglas C.);
Mitchell, Emmaline Leimomi; Mitchell, James Enoch Theodore; Muramoto, Hazel S; Murphy, Michael
Nakasone, Roy; Nakatsuka, Nancy K; Nakayama, Barbara; Nishimura, Blanche Y
Onomura, Keiko; Ontai, Carleen; O'Rourke, Jeannie Colleen (Borges)
Pascual, Frances; Payes, Daphne Yvonne; Perkins, Edith Kay; Pinho, Stanley; Pludow, Margaret Ann
Porgatorio, Linda T
Sakuma, Doreen; Saxon, Thelma Ann; Shimabukuro, John M; Shimabukuro, Joyce H;
Shimabukuro, Kenneth M; Shirai, Gail M; Silva, Ronald D; Souza, Earl; Stevens, William;
Stewart, Jeanne; Stone, Kent D; Suemoto, James; Sweeney, Kevin E
Tamashiro, Lawrence T; Tamashiro, Tengan, Stephen K; Texeira, Jimmy; Toda, Goering
Wan, May; White, Calvin Stuart; Wise, James; Wolfe, Wynn Brian; Wozumi, Carol (Kuwanoe)
Ymas, Elaine K I; Young, Geraldine S M
Below are part of the classmates believed to have been receiving these email 'memories'...
either directly or through one of the classmates listed below.
Apologies to those inadvertently mis-named, misspelled or unlisted.
Alfred Won,Allan Shimokawa,Alvin HIrokane,Alvin Kajioka,Alvin Kotake,Alvin Shimokawa,Amy Higashi,
Amy Morioka, Amy Murakami,Amy Nakashima,Andra Dean,Andrew Nakano,Ann Miyamoto,Ardel Honda,
Arlene Yamagata, Arline Hirahara,Avis Gima,Audrey Koshiba
Barbara Baptist,Bessie Shimabukuro,Bert Maedo,Betty Ing,Beverly Davis,Brenda Ignacio, Brenda Kadokawa
Calvin Ishizaki,Calvin Kang,Carl Yasuda,Carol Hamasaki,Carole Masuda,Caroline Andrade, Carolyn Amoy,
Carolyn Chock,Carolyn Eugenio,Charlene Mau,Chester Otani,Clarence Fung,Clarence Shibuya,
Clifford Ching,Clifford Young,Clinton Chung
Dave Sato,Dennis Sakaguchi,Dennis Shibuya,Dolly Afalava,Donald Hiramoto,Doris Toyooka,Douglas Abe.
Douglas Yoshimura,Duane Aguiar
Earl Tokumura,Edward Inea,Edward Ling,Edwin Matsui,Elaine Carias,Elsie Awa,Elsie Oshiro,
Elsie Tanaka,Elwood Lim, Ethel Aramaki
Faith Maeda,Frances Mise,Frances Takasaki,Francine Song,Francisco Tambunting,
Gary Tsukamoto,Gary Yamamoto,George Takamiya,Geraldine Barcenas,Glenn Kaawalauaole
Harriet Higa,Hiroyasu Narita
James Mau, Jane Futenma,Jane Mock,Jean Nakamura,Jane Nishimura,Jeanette Sumida,John Rodrigues,
Karen Bertram,Karen Fukuji,Karen Iha,Karen Morisawa,Kathryn Mabe,Kenneth Ginoza,Kenneth Matsuura,
Kenneth Morimoto,Kenneth Yoshioka
Lance Ishihiro,Lillian Tarumoto,Lorene Watanabe,Louise Lung,Lynne Zane
Madge Stibbard,Mae Nakanishi,Manuel Mattos,Marian Tarumoto,Marjorie Mau,Martin Buell,
Matilda Muraoka,Michael Yamaguchi,Mollie Rivera,Muriel Masumura,Myron Kekaula
Naomi Kuramoto,Naomi Nelson,Nathan Chong,Nelson Masumune,Norman Ginoza
Pamela Machida,Patricia Kiyabu,Patricia Yamaguchi,Paul Kimura,Pauline Arakaki,Pearl Chun,Pearl Shimooka,
Raynor Tsuneyoshi,Rebecca Paresa,Richard Shinn, Richard Shintaku, Richard Yasunaga,Richard Yawata,
Rick Nakamura,Robert Gore,Robert Moriyama,Robert Nukushina,Robert Yoshimura,Roger Kobayashi,
Ronald Higa,Rosemary DeJesus,Roy Morihara, Roy Okano,Roy Takamatsu,Ruth Kinoshita
Samuel Pang,Seda Deguchi,Sharon LaTraille,Sheila Espindola,Shirley Ching,Shirley Tamashiro,
Stanley Miura,Stella Okamoto
Thomas Murata, Thomas Takushi,Thomas Yamada,Timothy Choy,Tony Ballesteros,Tremaine Lui
Velma Kekipi,Vernon Wong,Violet Chung-Hoon,Virginia Kakazu,Vivian Hirahara
Wayne Kanai,Wayne Yamasaki
Xavier Ching,Xavier Ikei
Yolinda Agaria,Yvonne Tachino
DISCLAIMER: This is not an 'official KHS '60 newsletter' but merely a voluntarily provided vehicle to pass
on information from the reunion committee, as an aside to the primary purpose of providing a focal point for
your classmate 'memories' and communication. Please refer to the Bulldog Bulletins mailed out by the reunion
reunion committee for definitive 'official' information ( most recent issue dated April 30, 2015 ) .