More news from Kamehameha Schools as reported by the students, 1944.

[Found under: “News From Boys, Girls Kamehameha School”]

By BARRY ONTAI

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Ilona Momilani, a baby girl was welcomed into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Folinga Faufata on March 10.

The baby’s father, a graduate of Kamehameha with the class of 1935, is now an engineer at a power plant in Pearl Harbor.

The Fafatas reside on Kaunaoa Street in Kapahulu. Barbara, the eldest daughter, attends the Kamehameha kindergarten.

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The Saturday night activities for the student body on April 22, were calling and movies.

The senior division enjoyed dancing and a social gathering which began at 7:30 o’clock in the common room of Lunalilo hall.

Two color movies were shown to the junior division at the school for boys’ assembly hall.

“A Victory”, a picture filmed for the Junior Police Officers on the K.S.B. campus, featured Samuel Fontaine, brother of David Fontaine, low-eleventh student at K.S.B., and James Noa, a ninth grader at the school for boys.

In the second feature, “Make Way for Victory”, two boys of the Preparatory department, Kealoha Coleman and Kui Lee, had leading roles. There were also dances by the preparatory pupils directed by Mrs. Mary K. Pukui and Mrs. Lei Hapai.

These pictures were filmed in color by George Tahara, a student at the University of Hawaii. He has also made two previous showings to Kamehameha audiences. Continue reading