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Full title:The camera man caught Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iwagaki in a happy mood at their San Jose home, 514 Boynton Avenue, San Jose, and well they might be. For the day after their son, Sgt. Kenneth Iwagaki, arrived home on one of those furloughs which means he is about to go overseas. Their son-in-law, Captain James Higushi, dropped in on them for a thirty day furlough enroute from Berlin to Tokyo. Captain James is a medical officer attached to a Caucasian outfit now being deployed to the Pacific. He was in Europe for more than two years and went through the entire European campaign. Mrs. Amy Higushi, wife of the Captain, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iwagaki. A second son of the Iwagakis, Sgt. Duncan Iwagaki, recently embarked from the east coast for the European theater. The Iwagakis evacuated to Heart Mountain and they relocated temporarily at Brighton, Colorado. They returned to their prune orchard here in January of this year, one of the pioneer families of relocation. Mrs. Higushi is residing with her parents while her husband is with the armed forces. Photographer: Iwasaki, Hikaru San Jose, California.