Rohwer Outpost Volume 2, #11-15

Volume 2 #11: February 6, 1943

Page 1: Army team arrives; evacuees to register; kobu hunt canceled; Johnston gives message; assistance grants given; center takes top county honors in March of Dimes; nursery school enrollment.

Page 2: Midwest offers evacuees numerous domestic jobs; guests; lumber for 'nihonburos'; public assistance grants from page 1; requisition article from page 1; dancing class schedule released; Rohwer orchestra seeks players.

Page 3: Stored farm items sought; relocated students goodwill ambassadors; scout field day postponed; now showing; hit bands to fill music hour; two public address systems now available for use; twenty signed for queen contest; Carstarphen leaves for Granada.

Page 4: Buddhist Sunday school schedule; Boy Scout anniversary; club notes; YBA to discuss Nisei combat team; YPC fellowship group to meet; valentine hop; high school students to form Hi-Y club; YBA juniors to hold confab; church schedule.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Lil Dan'l cartoon; Smoke Signals column; editorial.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #12: February 10, 1943

Page 1: On outside volunteering; registration today; OPA ruling followed; shoe rationing; resettlement plans progress.

Page 2: Jobs available for experienced workers; machineries list wanted; now showing; school tablet chair arrive; Scouts fete anniversary; special Nippon class begins; registration from page 1; sub-offices established from page 1.

Page 3: Sterilization of water begun; paralysis drive; jobs open; discussion held on registration; Rohwer Red Cross sends four to state conference; Presidential letter; vital statistics; pictures of Nisei soldiers displayed.

Page 4: Total of 67 clubs listed in center; beet worker: two residents inspect farms; 103 register for nursery; school dept. needs teachers; residents go to Wyoming; guests; RFC sponsors new bulletin; YPC group to fete valentine; YBA plans victory hop; Buddhist board to hold meeting today.

Page 5: WRA contract provides arrangements for funerals; health lecture; popularity queen poll to be told; six RFCC delegates sent to world fellowship meet; post office reports high figures; community activities name field agents to assist organizations; checks will be cashed at canteen.

Page 6: Games for centerites donated by many clubs; Yours Truly column; mess hall 31, 35 not open; club leaders to form council; chorus rehearsal set for today; club notes; sign up for popular music instruction; tournament for mah jong players; Girl Scout leaders hold valentine hop.

Page 7: Sports.

Page 8: Lil Dan'l cartoon; editorials; Smoke signals column.

Pages 9-12: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #13: February 13, 1943

Page 1: Co-op to use coupons; post office routing rules changed; shoe sales suspended; income tax forms arrive; Boy Scout field day commemorates anniversary; Kimi Yamada leads in queen popularity contest.

Page 2: New popular magazines available now at library; Smoke Signals column; socials galore for valentine; Saito of CA seeks talents; guests; high ranking Army officers visit here; Lil Dan'l cartoon.

Page 3: Scout leader visits center; high school library opens for student use; drive members visit capital; more outside work openings; job openings; vital statistics; Scout activities; field day from page 1.

Page 4: Girl Scout national leader to direct handicraft project; club notes; bi-monthly meeting of YWCA board; meeting of Hi-Y set; victory-valentine social tomorrow; Buddhist Sunday services announced; pre-valentine party held by girl reserves; church services schedule.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #14: February 17, 1943

Page 1: Road to McGehee; new sign-up method; district worker plan adopted; post office clarifies mail confusion; know your queen; canteen sells coupon book.

Page 2: Maryknoll Catholic leader assists in forming church; guests; SCA chooses first cabinet; Red Cross unit calls meeting; winner in mah jong revealed; club notes; Girl Scouts hold valentine social; non-citizen has second change from page 1; Rohwer Transmitter asked for articles; crowd attends hop to honor winners; districts block numbers released, from page 1; Rohwer YMCA meets to discuss program.

Page 3: Outside jobs now available; twelve more leave as relocation progresses; not showing; Red Cross unit to be formed; call for Nisei revue talents; vigilance in handling all fire hazards requested by Miller; vital statistics.

In what has to be one of the most ridiculous investigations ever, some stored cars are being studied because they might have been used in sabotage. Vicious, nasty cars all huddled together in storage, planing their evil plans with their twisted metal brains, just waiting to rush out and overthrow the government.

Oh, wait. No keys.

Sorry. No revolution.

Page 4: Lil Dan'l cartoon; Smoke Signals column; editorials.

Pages 5,6: Sports.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

Volume 2 #15: February 20, 1943

Page 1: Farming program; water still contaminated; outside shopping; new library hours given; mail order house issues info on rationed shoes; who is your queen?

Page 2: Pick your queen, fellows; club notes; YWCA clubs to conduct rally; crepe paper may be borrowed; guests; war ration stamp no. 17 for shoes, from page 1; YMCA board to elect officers; unclaimed kobu awaits owner.

Page 3: Three more students go; oratorical contest slated for tonight; now showing; relocation rest station; twenty cents reduction in monthly paper fees told; jobs inside and outside; vital statistics; blue and white school colors; center to hold karuta tournament; Engei Kai to present show; papers comment on Nisei team.

Page 4: RFCC to hold special service; field day events highlight Scout week; Buddhist Sunday school students; federated church services; Sonen Kai starts membership drive; head hospital nurse resigns; church schedule.

Page 5: Sports.

Page 6: Lil Dan'l cartoon, Smoke Signals column, editorial.

Pages 7-10: In Japanese.

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