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Pacifico The Panama Canal: 1935 Graduates of La Boca Public School
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General Note:
A few names listed for the 1935 La Boca Canal Zone Public School: Lilian Burgess, Fredy Bushnell, Evelyn Chanvas, Dorothy Clarke, Eltyn Clarke, Rose Clarke, Edna Edhill, Doris Forbes, Marcus Granum, Mym Gooden, Enid Hall, Louise Holligan, Doris Hunt, Edna Jordan, George Jordan, Myrtle Mendez, Clara Robinson, Dorothy Small, Ismay Straung.

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EMILY E. BUTCHER ALFRED E. OSBORNE
SUPERVISOR OF SUPERVISOR OF
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Clerk
Commerce



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CARMEN BOULIN
Home Economics





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TEOI GR professi nal
Wood FCabrication


LURLENE JOHNSON
Librarian





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Home Economics




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Spanish









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Commerce
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Body and Fender





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Spanish



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Commerce
Hobbies-Sewing & baking
Ambition-To travel and be a
Stono-Bookkeeper




ANDREW ATHERTON
Wood Fabrication
Glee Club
Hobbies-Driving, exploring
Ambition-To travel and be a
constiuctor







H-ELEN ALLEN
Dressmaking
-lobby--Acting
Ambition Dress Desiqner




KENNETH ATHERTON

Glee Club & Camera Club
Hobby-- Swimming
Ambition To be a structural
engineer







HILARY APOLLO
Commerce, Tailoring
Camera Club
HoLbies -Writing, dancing
Ambition -To be understood





WILHELMINA BELGRAVE
Commerce
& Professional Grooming
IHlobbies Reading & movie-going
TAr bition To he 1 beautician







VERONICA ASHERS
Home Economics
I-lobby Sewing
Ambition--To be a Dress De-
signer





CATHERINE BOSTIC
Home Economics
& Personal Grooming











ASHTON BECKFORD
Motor Meclranics
Hobby-Playing baseball
Ambition-To be a noted me-
chanic



URBANE BUCKLEY
Tailoring & Upholstery
Hobby: Movie operating
Ambition-To be a famcus M: -
tion Picture Operator






GEORGE BOSTON
Wood Fabrication
Hobby -Ping-Pong
Ambition--To be a noted cabinet
maker




RUDOLPH BULLEN
Motor Mechanics
Hobby-Playing domino
Ambition-To be a mechanic







DORIS BROWN
Upholstery-Home Economics
Upholstery Club
Hobby-Dancing
Ambition-To have a business
of my own



CATHERINE CAMPBELL
Home Economics
Glee Club
Hobbies-Baking & singing
Ambition-To be a dietician






DOROTHY BROWN
Professional. Grooming & Com-
merce
Hobbies--Sewing & reading
Ambition -To be a beautician



STANLEY CAMPBELL
Wood Fabrication
Camera Club
Hobby-Playing baseball i
Ambition-To be an architect




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ROLANDO CASTILLO
President, Student Council
Motor Mechanics
Biolcgy Club & Camera Club
Captain, Football team
Hlobbies -Dancing & politics
Ambition To study in the Unit-
ed States


VIOLET CUMMINGS
Upholstery & Home Economics
Upholstery Club & Glee Club
Hobbies---Reading & movie-going
Ambition-To be a dress d,-
signer






ERLIN CONLIFFE
Motcr Mechanics
Mechanics Club
IHobbies-Dancing & baseball
Ambition--To live a successful
life

CLEVELAND DA COSTA
College Preparatory
Hobbies--Reading & Poetry
Ed. in Chief, Annual
Biology Club
Ambition -Barrister, Baritone






GRAFTON CONLIFFE
Tailoring & Upholstery
Upholstery Club
I-lobby--Reading
Ambition-To have a shop in a
foreign place



RAQUEL DA COSTA
Commerce & Home Economics
Hobbies Sewing and Playing
games
Ambition -To be a business
woman






ELIZA CORBETT
Home Economics
Glee C'ub i
Hobby --Skating
Ambition To be a dress de-
signer


CHRISTOPHER DANIELS
Wood Fabrication
Hobby-Ping-Pong
Ambition-To be an A-1 ca..-
net-maker












MARYALICE DANIELS
Home Economics & Commerce
Hobbies-Skating & cycling
Ambition--To be a dress de-
signer



MAUD DONALDS
Commerce
Hobbies -- Reading and movie-
going
Ambition-To be an A-1 steno-
grapher







ETHLYN DAVIS
Commerce
Hlobby Playing baseball
Ambition--To be a nurse



VIVIAN DOTTIN
Commerce
Business Manager, "El Pacifico"
HIobbies Calisthenics, swim-
ming
Ambition To be a medical :
specialist.






OLIVER DAVIS
Motor Mechanics
Hobbies--Baseball & Singing
Ambition -- To be professional
basaball player



GERALD DUDLEY
Printing
Cam6ra Club
Hobbies--Music & dancing
Ambition-To be a printer







RUBEN DAVIS
College Preparatory
Glee Club
Hobbies--Singing & swimming
Ambition--To be a dentist



ORLANDO EDWARDS
Commerce & Tailoring
Camera Club
S-lobby-Weight-Lifting
Ambition--To be successful












MARIA FERDINAND
Home Economics & Upholstery
Camrnra Club, Glee Club
Hobby-Singing
Ambition-To become a beau-
tician


HENRY GASKIN
Printing
Hobbies -Sketching, swimming
Ambition -To be a commerci l
artist






OSCAR FORD
Commerce & Tailoring
Camera Club
Hobbies--Dancing, writing, base-
ball
Ambition-To get ahead



ERNEST GELATE
Printing
Hobbies-Baseball & swimming
Ambition-To be a surgeon





LEROY FRASER
Wozd Fabrication
Diology Club
HIIc bby---Playing music
Ambition-To get ahead




VIOLA GEORGE
Commerce
Hcbby-Singing
Ambition-To be an acccunta.nt







HYLTON GALLIMORE
Motor Mechanics
Glee Club
Hobby-Sports
Ambition-To get ahead in life






CHARLES GERALD
Motor Mechanics
Hobby -Reading
Ambition-To travel & study law













GEORGE GIBBS
Wood Fabrication
Hobbies Playing golf & bil-
liards
Ambition-To be a constructor



CALVIN GOODING
Wocd Fabrication
Camera Club
Hobbies-Sports & music
Ambition-To be an engineer






AGNES GIBSON
Home Economics
Beauty Club & Orchestra
Hobby --Setting Hair
Ambition-To be a beautician




GEORGE GRAHAM
Commerce
Bi'logy Club
Hobbies -Dancing & swimming
Ambition To be a dentist






CECILIA GILL
Home Eccnomics & Upholstery
Uph islery C'ub & Glee Club
Hobbies -Movie going & hair-
drressing




GUILLERMINA GRIFFIN
Upholstery -Home Economics
Upholstery Club
Hobbies--Singing & embroideI-
ing
Ambiton--To have a business of
my own






DONALD GOOD
Wood Fabrication
Hobbies -Track, dancing, tennis
Ambition -To be rich in the
future




LURLENE GRIFFITH
Home Economics & Upholstery
Hobby-Reading novels
Ambition-Novelist












REGINALD GUILLETTE
Commerce
Hobby-Photography
Ambition To be, medical re-
search specialist




IRVIN HAYNES
Printing
Hobbies Reading novels and
baseball
Ambition-To be a journalist






ALBERT GUSTAVE
Motor Mechanics
Hobbies-Basketball and swim-
ming
Ambition-To travel



LORRAINE HEADLEY
Commerce
& Professionul Grooming
Hobbies-Reading, collecting re-
cipies
Ambition-To be a nurse



GEORGE HAMILTON
Commerce,
Upholstery & Tailoring
Glee Club, Camera Club & Dra-
matic Club
Hobbies-Swimming & applying
psychology
Ambition--To be a psychologist




IVAN HENRY
Motor Mechanics
Hobbies-Cycling
Ambition--To be a noted me-
chanic



JOSEFINA HAWKINS
Commerce
Hobbies -- Reading, watching
baseball
Ambition To have my own
business






NORMA HOGAN
Commerce
Hobby-Cooking
Ambition-To be a model wifa












GLORIA IIOLNESS
Commerce
Hobby-Sewing
Ambition To be an cpera
singer





JOHN JACKMAN
Tailoring & Upholstery
Upho!stery Club
Hobby --Paying golf
Ambition-To be a businessman




ALBERT H-IOWARD
Motcr Mechanics
Hcbhies--Baseball & Dancing
Ambilicn--To be a great pitcher







BENJAMIN JEMMOTT
Motor Mechanics
HI-obby-- Swimming
Ambition-To be a mechanic





HUBERT HUSBAND
Toilcring & Upholstery
Hobby-Weight lifting
Ambition-To travel





NORMA JOLLEY
Commerce
Glee Club
Hobbies -Embroidering & movie-
gping
z Ambition- To prosper in the
field of commerce




EDWARD INGLETON
Commerce
Hobbies-Swimming & dancing
Ambition To be a business-
man




RUPERT JONES
Wood Fabrication
Biology Club
Hobbies-Swimming & reading
Ambition To be a framing
constructor












RUPERT JORDAN
Mctor Mechanics
Ilobbies-Baseball and caning
chairs
Ambiticn- To be a business
manager




FREDERICK MORGAN
Metcl Fabrication
HI-obbies--Boseba'l & golfing
Ambilion-To become a famor:s
welder




OLRICK LEVENE
Wood Fabrication
Hobby--Swimming
Anhbition-To be a carpnlter






EDGAR MOULTON
Printing
Hobbies Studying model air-
planes and swimming
Ambhiticn -To hcev my own
shop



MYRTLE LOWE
Commerce
IHobbies-P!aying ball & danc-
ing.
Ambition-To understand people
better






. RAPHAEL MULLINGS
Motcr Mechanics
Hoobby -Motion picture operatincl
Ambl:tion--To be a mechanic



JEANETTE MORANT
Commerce








ESMILDA McDONALD
Ucholstery & Home Economics
Upholstery Club
Hobbies--Dancing and machin' .
errbroidering
Ambition ---To have my own
business












LYNTON McDONALD
Motor Mechanics
Hobby--Airplane modelling
Ambition--To be an A-1 Me-
chanic



CLEMENT PHILLIPS
Senior Class President,
Commerce
Hobbies-Domino playing, read-
. .. ing
Ambition-To be a Maths, In-
structor




JOSEPHINE NEBLETT
Dressmaking & Prof. Grooming
Glee Club
Hobbies-Sewing & reading
Ambition--To be a professional.
designer



pEDNA POLLARD
Upholstery-Home Economics
Glee Club
Hobbies-Machine embroidery &
millinery
Ambition-To own a shop of
my own



RUPERT NICHOLAS
Printing
Dramatic & Spanish Clubs
Hobbies Announcing & read-
ing
Ambition-To be business pro-
prietor





DOROTHY POWELL
Commerce
Glee Club
Hobbies-Dancing & dramatics
Ambition-To travel



SAMUEL PARKS
Metal Fabrication
Hobbies--Baseball & ping-pong
Ambition-To be a machinist







UNA PRENDERGAST
Commerce
Orchestra
Hobby-Playing the piano
Ambition-To be a noted pianmt











INA RAWLINS
Commerce
Hobbies--Reading
Ambition To be a famous
pianist




LESTER SANDIFORD
Tailoring & Upholstery
Camera Club & Orchestra
Hobby---Playing any instrument
Ambition-To be a West Point
araduate




SYLVIA RICKETTS
Home Economics & Upholstery
Camera Club
Hobbies-Reading & sawing
Ambition-To travel abroad





OSCAR SANDIFORD
Wood Fabrication
Biology Club
Hobbies -Swimmring & fishing
Ambition--To be an architect



VIRGILIO RODRIGUEZ
Motor Mechanics
Hobbies--Swimming & driving
Ambition -To sail the seven
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RUDOLPH SCOTT
Tailoring & Upholstery
Glee Club & Camera Club
Hobbies -Weight lifting & swim,
ming
Ambition-To hclp my people




FREDERICK ROSE
Tailoring & Upholstery
Hobbies-Swimming & riding
Ambition To become a philo
sopher




EDWIN SEALES
Wood Fabrication
Biology Club & Camera Club
Hobby Swimming
Ambition To be a cabinot
maker

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ARTHUR SMITH
Tailoring & Upholstery
Hobbies Boxing & movie-going
Ambition To Iravel and study
in Europe




RUPERT WARNER
Commerce & Upholstery
Camera Club
Hobbies -Tailoring & dancing
Ambition--To be a journeyman




GEORGE SPRINGER
Wood Fabrication
Volleyball Club
I-lobby Solving cross-word
puzzles
Ambition--To get the best life
has to offer




ERNEST WATTLEY
Wood Fabrication
Biology Club, Camera & Orches-
tra
Hobbies -Photography & music
Ambition-To be a builder




LLOYD TAIT
Motor Mechanics






WILLIAM WATTLEY
Motor Mechanics
Camera Club
Hobbies-Scouting & baseba'l
Ambition-To be a Diesel Engi-
neer





ROBERT THOMPSON
Metal Fabrication
Hobbies -Swimming & reading
Ambition To have fun






AUBREY WEEKS
Tailoring & Upholstery
Upholstery Club
Hobby--Sewing
Ambition To have my own
business












GENEVIEVE WELSH
Home Economics & Commerce
Hobbies-Machine embroidering
Ambition-To be an accountant







EUTRENE WOODS
Commerce
Hcbbies--Reading & writing
Ambition-To travel abroad




DOLORES WILKINSON
Commerce
Hobby -Sewing
Ambition-To go to the U. S.






FRANKLYN WYNTER
Wood Fabrication
Camera Club & Biology Club
Hobbies-Wood-carving, art
Ambition-To be a famous arti l





CECIL WILSON
Motor Mechanics
Hobby- Swimming
Ambition-To be a mechanic





MARGIANA YEARWOOD
/ Commerce & Tailoring
Glee Club
Hobbies-Sewing & reading
Ambition-To be a tailor











CYNTHIA WILSON
Commerce
Glee Club
Hobbies--Reading, dancing
Ambition-To be an accountant















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As an added attraction to this year's Anniversary Ball, the Student Council
sponsored a beauty contest to select an Anniversary Ball Queen.

Five of the most beautiful girls in the school were selected to vie against
each other for this honor. The contestants, who wore shorts and sweaters,
were judged on the basis of their facial and body values and on their poise.

Violet Ford was declared winner by the judges, and Dolores Chambers
ran a close second.. The other beauties in the contest were Josefina Hawkins,
Irma Henry, and Camila Allen.

Miss Ford was crowned at the Anniversary Ball where she reigned
attended by her "ladies in waiting."

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El Grcn Pensador. 5, & 6. Circulo 4. 7. What! no wolves crcund? 8. & 9. Circulo 4. 10. Burrrrrr baby it's
cold cu side. 11. He stoops to conquer. 12. Spanish class at Old Panama. 13. Harry the wolf at work. 14.
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1. Wood fabrication. Leroy Fraser oin!s
a board for a book case. 2. A sophomore
at the stulacer, one of Wood labrication's
essential machines. 3. The sander, a
modern labor saving machine, being opc-
rated by Ernest Wattley. 4. Inslruclor
Emile Benjamin, a hard worker, gives the
boys a hand in mixnng cement, 5. & 6.
Construction class enlargeninq the boy.-
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cfle: Instructor Hansen and girls give Raquel
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Lolt: Hair-cdrying machine in aclion. Right: Pi-
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DRESSMAKING

Top left: Miss Robezrtscn shows
scphomore dressmaker how to
put the parts of a dress together.
Top right: Girls at the machines
keep the threads moving. They
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Miss Doran's 9-10 typing class
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of Don Quijote. What else could
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Miss Boulin reads on article on
Panamanian history to the 9-10
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Miss Wattley's Economic Geogra-
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Instructor Murray scrapes excess ink from ink Printing boys making corrections, setting types
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Top left: Bookbinding class. They
can truly put the pages back.
Top right: Mr.. Cockburn, as
usual, serious, test conscious and
busy. Top center: Biology class.
Always working. Bottom center:
Miss Doran's class is caught
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Mr. Martin drives home a c inl
to the English 10 class. (I would
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L 1. Mr. Cockburn and roving biologistsscrs
~field at Oc~i in search of fossils. 2. "Do yo-i
live here, Mr. Pablov?'" 3. Gian sloth toss.Ils
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4. Not Egyptians by the Mile,
just roving biologists of Gza-
rar6. 5. Master and thrall. t`.
IDr. Cyclops (Fraser to y :'J
threshes rice. 7. It was melons ,
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1. Orphans at La Boca Hi. 2. A borrowed hat and tha background make things looks real. 3. A medal for
Benny. 4. Wood fabrication boys constructing a platform. 5. Do men gossip too? 6. The embarrassed Mr.
Mindi. 7. A grin for colgate. 8. Behold the crucified. 9. Snap us. 10. Brrr. II. Buttons and Bows. 12.
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(the dancer) at the Lateen. 6. jAttention everyone! this is not my babe. 7. Four is definitely a crowd. 8. Atta
boy. Jimmy. 9-10. Margie & Dodo hit the hay. 11. Yum, yum. 12. Mickey sighting a pip.











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1. Hi Mc:rio! 2. At San Lorenzo. 3. The Mahatma by Ilo C oges. 4. Con you see, Morqie? 5, What a G ,y.
6. Tuin oil the heat Lilian. 7. Now smi'e. 8. Ah! stop preto'ding. 9. Don't worry James we know it oil
yours. 10. Nato at the bat. 11. Neither o! the two can driveo. 12. Going to Charrera, Juniozs? 13. Private John
Crequo. 14. The Doll Man.


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1. Lyrus by, his "lonesome self." 2. Edwin "Bomber" ah mean Secles. 3. Legs, legs -and more legs. 4. Seen
anything a' Katie? S. The "show-offers." 6, He takes a delight in. ...... 7. "Los musicns" at ease. 8. Come
cn' let's go. 9. Been hiking. "Popsy?"
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1. Students leaving La Boca for "Field Day" in Chorrera. 2. Are you waiting lor Tarzan, sister? 3. Looks like
I got left. 4. Solitude is wonderful when we don't want to share a soda. 5. Spanish Class at Panama's Mu-
seum. .6 .Men wanted! 7. Come on, "Stan." spin that wheel. 8: "Pilo" as Mr. Widmark. 9. Mighty Joe Young.
10. Ay! que linda.


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feet aint on the qrouin-." 5. "Yo le icngo miedo a este ccbc'lc." 6. Don't let cm !col you. They can't ride a
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1. Old Panama as Morgan left it. 2. Thompson, you'll be sorry. 3. "Well! blow me down! 4. "D:d mama lock
you out, Boston?" 5. Uyi yuhi yuhi........ 6. "You see I like them tall." 7. Baseball at Chorrera. 8. Daoughtcrc
of the night. 9. Freddie the be-bop. 10. Slap her down again, paw. 11. Tarzan (Mr. Scott to you). 12. By the
way, I never thought Apollo was so sharp. 13. Ta~e me back to the Chorro. 14. Mighty pose but he missed.
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1, Trcinquilita (for a while). 2. One big smile, 3. LOS mecaniccs "googlie". 4, Not States bound, though. 5.
We visited "Cemento Panama" too. 6. Boy, "you is co L." 7. Pensive mister. 8. Epah "*loco." 9. Ruins "at Son
Loienzo. 10. I-ey now! Who is which or what? I]. "[:o 'vs," "Hogao" and "pigtails."


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1. These "ear-to-ear" smiles. 2. Figure her as a Pow3ss' Girl. 3. At Tagaropulcs, Colon. 4. Hold on! S.
Strength vs more strength. 6. Where is the soda? 7. Gossip. 8. Just plain "Vonnie" (with a little style). 9. That's
bigamy. 10. "Fredaz." 1). "Dom Dimag." 12. Kinda funny-rocks for a cushion? 13. All this-and music too!








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CLASS PROPHECY
"Where am I? What is this place?" "You cnd you'll cee that Maria Ferdinand is sing-
are," says a familicr but very matured ing with the best orchestra on the Isthmus
voice, "in San Fernando Hospital." Not "Los Buyosos." Calvin Gooding is the sec-
with little effort I open my eyes. With blurry and assistant pianist for the same orches-
but steadily improving vision, I see Vivian tra. Rumors have it that they are engaged
Dottin and Ethlyn Davis at either side of to he married, whenever Calvin stops
my bed. They are both dressed in white. drinking.
Vivian's Adam's apple is bigger than usual "I saw most of the others at our TENTH
end lower down i3 a huge, but well-p-o- ANNUAL REUNION for the Class of '50.
portioned physique. Ethlyn too, is taller. Mr. & Mrs. Apollo (Jeanette and Hilary)
stouter and more serious in her facial ap- showed off their latest collection of poems
pearance. "Vivian? Ethlyn? What hap- entitled 'Divine Sadness'! These poems
pened to you both? You look so much older were written in their isolated home in the
than yesterday." heart of the Darien Jungles. Bernice Alder
"Yesterday to you was eleven years ago. and her boss Orlando Edwards, owner of
This is 1961." Edwards' Bookkeeping Agency were pre-
"Eleven years! 19611" sent. Bernice, who has grcwn tall, stately
Sand not without that nice figure, says that
"Yes, you are jult recovering from c their agency does business for all the majcr
series of relapses which began on our gra- business concerns in the American Con-
duation day." tinents. Entering as a foursome, were
"Eleven years! The boat! I have got to George Springer, Sylvia Ricketts, Fred Rose
catch the boat!" and his fiancee from Colon. These four
"It's too late; it left eleven years ago on plan to build a furniture establishment with
this very day." George in charge of the woodwork, Fred
"How? What happened?" and Sylvia in charge cf the upholstery and
Fred's fiancee as Business Manager. Th-
"Well, you see, it was like this.... money? Oh Fred will supply that with
"On our graduation day you announced ;ome of the small loitune he amassed as
your intentions of chipping out the following a lockey. Speaking of money, Albert Ho-
morning. Soon after, Rupert Jones, who ct 'ward, "Chico" Gallimore, and Frederick
present is a talented but struggling cabinet Morgan are making big money in profes-
maker, announced his engagement to marry sional baseball...."
Hyacinth Walters, a Junior, the following Vivian pauses for breath. He continues....
year. We noticed that after congratulating "Reggie Guillette has changed so much
them, you turned pale and staggered to the that ironically enough, his only barrier to
door. You fell just as Rudolph Scott reached success as a medical. specialist is the fact
you. You haven't opened your eyes until that the girls won't leave him alone. Jose-
today. I never thought I could do it, but I fina Hawkins is one of the many girls who
put every ounce of my ability into your has suffered a broken heart from the dash-
treatment. You see, I'm a medical specialist ing young man from Gamboa. The Wattley
now. Ethlyn here, is my head nurse, and brothers have joined with the Conliffe broth-
this hospital is sponsored by your uncles ers to form a Send-Out Club. It's the pur-
who have become quite wealthy. It's my pose of this club to send out a member
duty, I suppose, to acquaint you with the on a vacation each year. (They sent Erlin
developments during your illness, out since 1957. He hasn't returned yet).
"Rupert and Hyacinth got married the Another fraternal union is between the
year after, and have two nice children. If Taits and the Athertons. They won the Lot-
you'll look in the newspaper to the right tery so often that they were given a pa-t
you will notice that Mr. Murray owns his ownership in it. Unable to build anything,
own newspaper and with him are Henry the boys from Gamboa, Gibbs and Boston,
Gaskin (he's also a commercial artist), Ger- along with Donald Good have formed a
aid Dudley, and Erwin Haynes-all of them wrecking crew. "Butch" Davis, Cecil Wil-
have good positions. Turn to page three son, Ashton Beckford, Virgilio Rodriguez,

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Albert Gustave, Ivan Henry, and Charles permanent homes. Quiet Robert Thompson,
'Handsome Boy' Gerald own a chain of is also out of town. He owns a psychiatr!c
garages in Barbados which has become clinic in Europe which keeps him tied down,
overrrun with cars during the last three but wealthy. The last of your steady visit-
years. Butch, because he fights best, is the ors are the owners of 'Muebleria Ben's
boss. John Jackman, Arthur Smith, end Boys'. These, as you mighnt have guessed,
Hubert Husband all work at "Aubrey's," a are Leroy Fraser, Oscar Sandiford, Stanley
tailorship owned by Aubrey Weeks and his Campbell and Edwin Seales.
plump little wife Guillermina Griffin de Tomorrow, when you leave this hospital
Weeks. Rupert Warner also would have and walk down Mcin Street, you will find
been a member of 'Aubrey's', only he quit that Raquel Da Costa, Maryalice Daniels,
to open his own establishment with Oscar and Maud Donalds have founded the 'Three
Ford as his partner. 'Mickey' Ingleton and D's' advertising Agency. Lorraine Headley
'Jenks' Wynter, lawyer end artist respective- is trying to crash their agency, but her name
ly are serving a three-month term for fight- begins with "H" Edna Pollard, Doris Brown,
ing over Cynthia 'Duchess' Wilson so they Cecilia Gill and Urbane are pretty well-
couldn't attend the reunion. Also absent are to-do in their Midget Upholstery Store. On
Cleveland Da Costa and Reuben Davis who the same block with them is 'Aggie's' a
are touring Europe on a series of concerts, beauty parlor headed by Agnes Gibson
Una 'Chery' Prendergast is their pianist, who has Dorothy Brown, Catherine Bostick,
Clement Phillips had to stay and take care Eliza Corbett and Josephine Neblett in her
of four of his children while his wife, Eutrene employ. George 'El Rojo' Graham goes to
Woods de Phillips tock the other six to a 'Aggie's' quite frequently to get his hair
movie; so they couldn't come. Lastly, Doro- dyed, and to see Norma Jolley and Wilhel-
thy Powell, Gloria Holness, and Norma Ho- mina Belgrave who are stenographer and
gan didn't come because their club, 'Say- bookkeeper respectively. Rolando Castillo,
Say' by name, was having a meeting. after making a futile try at politics is now
"That's enough about the annual reunion, a journalist for the same newspaper that
You no doubt want to know who have been Moulton is chief printer of. Incidentally,
visiting you during your illness. Lillian this newspaper, located on the highest
Ashers has been leaving her job as a photo- building on Main Street is owned by Olrick
grapher's assistant everyday at one o'clock Levene who doesn't know the first thing
just to see how you are getting along. Lur- about it. Rudolph Bullen, Rafael Mullins,
lene Griffith and Myrtle Lowe both bring Rupert Jordan. Lynton McDonald and Sam-
their families around every Sunday. They uel Steven Mason Parks are saving their
are both very excellent housewives. Ben- money in hopes of building a mammoth
jamin Jemmott, fourth vice-president of 'Jem- garage.
mott's Shoe-Shop' and his bride Esmilda "You notice I have said nothing as yet
McDonald visit you every two or so, months, about Helen Allen and Viola George. Well,
Here is a pair of sandals he made you for the two of them, along with 'Jit' Nicholas
whenever you are well enough to walk have received long-term contracts to act in
about. Violet Cummings, our head dieti- Hollywood. As a matter of fact, there is a
cian prepares a special formula for feeding movie with all three of them showing at
cases like yours, and therefore not only the famous Lux Theatre this very weekl"
visits but feeds you daily. Genevieve With this last statement Vivian leaves
Welch, embroiderer extraordinary, and her W
Welch embroiderer extraordinary, and her me to attend to an emergency call. It's just
good friend Lester Sandiford who is taking as well that he did, for I could barely keep
lessons in theology, visited you once and my tears back any longer. I shall let go
have never returned.
have never returned. now that I'm alone because there is so
'Dodo' Wilkinson, Margie Yearwood and much that I have missed; and so much that
'Tito' Gelate have not been visiting you, can be made up; that I must.cry partly from
but every holiday, they send you post cards sadness and partly from joy.
from various parts of the United States
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CLASS WILL

LEAVES TO

1. Bernice Alder Her height Dolores Chambers
2. Helen Allen Her calmness Eileen Blackman
3. James Apollo His slickness Percival Boyce
4. Veronica Ashers Her dimples Gladys Belgrave
5. Andrew Atherton His stature Reginald Seales
6. Kenneth Atherton "Easiness" Walter Gene Bushell
7. Wilhelmina Belgrave Her lisping speech Magdalena Herbert
8. Catherine Bostic Her figure Bethelia Felix
9. George Boston His quiet attitude William Sullivan
10. Doris Brown Her remarkable height Ruth & Myrtle Hinds
11. Dorothy Brown Her golden grin Benita Gill
12. Urbane Buckley Serious look Hector McCarthy
13. Rudolph Bullen His lankiness Frank Armstrong
14. Stanley Campbell His horn Olrick Proverbs
15. Catherine Campbell Her ability to roast a cake Hazel Johnson
16. Rolando Castillo His delusions of grandeur Earl Brathwaithe
17. Erlin Conliffe His noisiness Talbert Prescott
18. Grafton Conliffe His working mind Rigley Wesley
19. Violet Cummings Her baby face Hyacinth Walters
20. Eliza Corbett The twinkle in her eyes Elsie Atherly
21. Raquel Da Costa Her sharp tongue Elvira Ashby
22. Cleveland Da Costa Ability to talk too much Roy Holness
23. Christopher Daniels Quarrelsome ways Gerald Lynch
24. Maryalice Daniels Wittiness Lorna Williams
25. Ethlyn Davis Religious ways Linda Chapman
26. Oliver Davis His wolfishness Alejandro Ramboa
27. Ruben Davis Crooning voice Walter Thomas
28. Maud Donald Her "touchiness" Garnett Boyce
29. Vivian Dottin His bashfulness Edward Gocding
30. Gerald Dudley His horned-rimmed glasses Wilbur Spencer
31. Orlando Edwards His health & strength Carlyle Atherly
32. Maria Ferdinand That little voice' Dolores McCollins
33. Oscar Ford Prancing steps (dance) Luther Caddle
34. Charles Gerald His "wicked" look Reginald Russell
35. Henry Gaskin His curving walk Newton Williams
36. Viola George Her inspiration Lorna Williams
37. Agnes Gibson Those lovely tresses Irma Henry
38. Cecilia Gill Her bow legs Eileen Coley
39. George Graham His short black hair John Creque
40. Calvin Gooding His ability to preach Alfred Farrel
41.: Guillermina Griffin Smart hair do's Katherine McIntosh
42. Lurlene Griffith Pretty eyes Edna Chase
43. Reginald Guillette His gentle smile Wilbur Spencer

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CLASS WILL (Cont'd)


LEAVES TO

44. Josefina Hawkins Her stockiness Doris Wendorf
45. George Hamilton His lofty ambitions Clifford Brown
46. Gloria Holness Her giglishness Doris Cox
47. Norma Hogan All her styles Hazel Bailey
48. Edward Ingleton His argumentative attitude Howard Van Horn
49. Norma Jolley Her innocence lona Ellis
50. Rupert Jones His strange ideas Wilfred Smith
51. Lorraine Headley Her happiness Annette Wallace
52. Ivan Henry His provoking nature Wilbert Stevenson
53. Albert Howard His ability to bat Joseph Gibson
54. Frederick Morgan His "Casanova" look Jeanmarie Ramon
55. Edgar Moulton His printing press Euston Brown
56. Raphael Mulins His double talk Gordon Carter
57. Rupert Nicholas His bony frame Henry Walker
58. Myrtle Lowe Her seat in the bus Inez Christian
59. Jeanette Morant Her spectacles Normly Clarke
60. Esmilda McDonald Her hobby Sarah Smith
61. Josephine Neblett Her skill at hair-dressing Yolanda Bruno
62. Clement Phillips His brain Guy Hogan
63. Edna Pollard Her little pink shoes Lilia Wynter
64. Dorothy; Powell Her hot temperament Inez Proverbs
65. Una Prendergast Her old piano Sybil Henry
66. Ina RaTlins Her comic books Candida Morris
67. Sylvia Ricketts Her strange beauty Florence Jordan
68. Rholford Rose The horses at Juan Franco Lester Bailey
69. Lester Sandiford His powerful chest Alvin Lloyd
70. Rudolph Scott His ability to lift weights Norton Joseph
71. Edwin Seales His beret Joseph Cox
72. Lloyd Tait His inability to drive a car Charles Innes
73. Genevieve Welch Her cute little smile Celina Ramirez
74. Cynthia Wilson Her pretty dresses Muriel Price
75. Eutrene Woods Her chubby cheeks Linda Henry
76. Margiana Yearwood Her bang Vilma Best











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EGRESS
How long the day and dark the lonesome night,
How low the lights and calm the roaring sea;
All life is gone, there is no love in me
Whenever you are far from my sight.
How great the pain that lingers in my heart,
So still the hours that creep so slowly by.
The climbing clouds no longer reach the sky
With your love so very far apart.
This day will pass and I will still be here.
Though gone your love, my heart somehow feels the same
Through wind and storm, I can still hear your name
Soothing me saying that you are near.
Without your touch, I can be very sad,
The smile that seems to guide my very life,
Without your kiss I seem to lose my stride
For you are not near to make me glad.
And now I go on this lonely path,
No love awaits me with a soothing touch.
All hopes are gone, for it is you I love so much
And you left me without your heart.
Hilary Apollo


THE NEARER STARS
When like that little flower I find myself
Under the leaves of loneliness and ignorance
I think of men who tore these barriers down
And in their effort reached and claimed a star.
Would that the leaves of loneliness alone they were;
But leaves of ignorance are my greater foes.
And 'tis with iron strength I fight these rebels off
That I may see the sky and thereby choose my star.
The night is dark and stars by myriads line
The heaven's bosom, and her flowing hair adorn
I wonder now, should alpha be my goal,
Or should I strive the hunter's dog to hold?
The answer to my troubled thoughts has come,
"Strive not for worlds afar until thine own thou knowest;
Reach not ror stars when earth is yet unconquered.
Know thine ownself, this wretched world, and then
Alpha Centauri and the Dog will bow to thee.
Jeanette Morant

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SWEET LONELINESS

O leave me not sweet loneliness lest I be lost,
O let me hear thy voice whene'er I call
'Else I shall lose my way.
For thee alone I know and worship at thy shrine!
O teach me-creator of glorious things
That live beyond the centuries!
But never let me see thy face, thy form is all I want to know.
Thy price is high, dear loneliness,
But I accept for I have known thy sweetness!

Enslave me not, 'else I shall lose the taste
For other things that know you not.
Accept my smiles and do respect my curses,
For thou dost know and understand my moods;
For this I love thee
And yet I wonder why sometimes I smile at theel

Jeanette Morant






TO MY FATHER

Old age like honor also bears renown
And stands supreme amid'st the scoff of youth,
Most honored when the soul it slaves had sown
Its seeds upon the soils of God and Truth.
There are no charms, no blessings half as blest,
No joy as sweet, no pleasure so devine
As Old age when it truly manifests
A well lived life, and smiles at grim decline.
Youth may not long the blast of Time survive,
Nor knows not just how soon it will be brought
To smell defeat and faint beyond revive,
Thus bringing foolish pride to woeful nought.

Like Egypt's pyramids'the old delay
Still blest; while youth succumbs the conquered clay.

Cleveland Da Costa



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1. Trophy won by Hi-School Softball team (1949). 2."Boyer" heaves his terrible curve. 3. Mike makes a "cut".
4. "Ollie Butch" scrapes one out of the dirt. 5. Roy attacks a fly. 6. Jimmy robs homer.












SPORTS AT L. B. O. H. S.
THE YEAR OF THE INCOMPLETES

VOLLEYBALL MARCH 25 SCENE-BALBOA STADIUM
"Set up and a Slam"; that was the war It is the bottom half of the first inning.
cry of the netsters of L. B. O. H. S. The La Boca has scored a run through the wild-
team lacked height, but made up for that ness of Reece, Silver City's hurler. To re-
with its power and prowess. place Reece we see Eric George coming
Fellows like Wynter, Ingleton, Springer, from right field. He takes his warm-up
Farrell, Lynch, Hamilton, Graham, and pitches; the first batter from L. B. O. H. S.
Sandiford caused their opponents, by their takes his position in the batters bov. "Strike
mere appearance on the court, to tremble one! called, ball one, strike two, ball two,
in their shoes. strike three and Y'er out." That was the
On November 18, a very damp day, our pattern that eleven batters from L. B. O.
boys and girls journeyed to the Atlantic H. S. followed during the course of the
side where they engaged Silver City in game. Even though George had put out
the first game of the interschool volleyball the fire in the first inning, L. B. O. H. S.
championship. Our boys slammed out a notched him for three more runs and were
15-10; 9-15; 15-13 win over the lads from leading by a score of 4-1 at the end of the
the gold coast, third inning. In the top half of the fourth
Our girls were not so fortunate and suc- inning, pitcher H. Cummings for the Blue
cumbed to the speedy services of the Silver and Gold goes beserk and coming in from
City lasses, the bullpen we see "Boyer" Howard. The
But that was just the beginning: the Silver supporters of L. B. O. H. S. let out with
City lads and lasses returned our visit, a yell. Howard took up the slack left off
Their boys avenged their previous loss, but by Cummings and managed to put out the
their girls were held to a draw as time fire allowing only one hit and one run.
ran out. The game runs smoothly until the top half
But, that was all; the decisive game was of the sixth inning when Silver City scores
never played, four runs to go ahead 6-4. L. B. O. H. S.
matches one more tally and trails.... Silver
BASEBALL: MARCH 11 THE SCENE: City by a score of 6-5..
MT. HOPE TIME 4:00 P.M. It's the bottom of the seventh and last
What a band! What a team! What a inning. The batter H. Gallimore. Gallimore
ame! These were the remarks of the fans hits a hard drive to right field. Silver City's
Swit es e the r H S 'Ble right fielder comes charging the ball which
who witned te L. B. 0. H. S 'Bfalls short before him. Gallimore rounds
Gold' eke out at a 4-3 decision over Silver falls short before him. Gallimore rounds
City. As usual pitching was the deciding first goes into second and continues to third.
fCity. As uual pwitchig was the deciding Siilver City's right fielder recovers the ball.
factor of the game with Howard toeing the
rubber for the b & g, while Eric George did The crowd is on its feet yelling for a home
mound duty for the lads from the gold run. Gallimore slides; the ump's thumb
coast. goes up, "Yer out" and the crowds cheers
That night the school band made its first become moans....as Gallimore was tagged
public appearance. Rounds of applause more than than a yard before he reached
were heard as the musicians gave out with the plate.
La Cocaleca, Me Voy Al Pueblo and other George, now very confident, retires the
hit marches side and Silver City wins 6-5 to tie up the
series.
SOFTBALL-GIRLS But, that was all, as the deciding game
was never played.
Oh! no! that couldn't be softball. It just was never played.
couldn't be. Only basketball games have SOCCER
such scores-10-0. Whew, but that was the There isn't much to mention. L. B. O. H. S.
score at the end of three innings in the first on all three games as usual.
encounter of Silver City and La Boca for
the inter-school championship. Calvin Gooding

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1. "Butch" at the bat. 2. "Chico" shows off his trophy for batting. 3. "Freddie" Farrell Mr. Shortstop of
L. B. H. S. team. 4. Fitz All around. 5. "Rounding 3rd and headin' for home." 6. Triple "3" pitching,
power and punch.


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1. Chico. 2. Sittin' tight for easy, maybe). 3. Coke's too easy for a "Calmado." 4. High as the sky. 5. What
next -a cable pcst? 6. "Otsne ubie" (Blue notes in English). 7 ."No, too easy again." 8. "Tanto estilo." 9.
Mrs. Perez's gang at Las Bovedas. 107 "Nambo," "Biabyfliace" and "Bugoval". 11. "No me mires like so."








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Miss Priscilla Smith Mr. & Mrs. Walter St. Louis & Family
Mr. A. J. Janssen Mr. & Mrs. John Peart & Family
Mr. & Mrs. P. Hinds Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Williams & Family
Mr. & Mrs. F. A. Gibson Mr. & Mrs. D. Myers
A friend Mr. P. S. Martin
Mrs. M. Bailey Mrs. E. Hansen
Mrs. Tenez Lindstron Mr. T. Griffith
Mrs. Florence M. Pierson Miss Doris Dowlin & Family
Mis. E. K. Willik Mr. & Mrs. Reginald Lloyd & Family
Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Williams Mr. & Mrs. A. Wilkinson & Family
Miss Margaret R. Butler Miss Celina Leach
Mr. & Mrs. G. C. Wright Mr. & Mrs. P. B. Austin
Mr. & Mrs. Bolivar Scott Miss Eleanor Moore
Mr. & Mrs. Aubrey Robinson Miss Ethel Springer
Mr. & Mrs. R. I. Atherley Miss Sadie Springer
Mr. Rudolph Prince Mr. & Mrs. Ruperto Pringle
Mr. & Mrs. F. Donalds Mr. Edward Lowe
Mr. V. C. Caesar Mr. Maurice Heywood
Mr. R. Weeks Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Davis
Mr. & Mrs. R. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. C. Coley & Family
Mr. & Mrs. A. Bonnick Mr. & Mrs. E. Marshall & Family
Mr. & Mrs. L. Jones Mr. Charles S. DaCosta & Family
Mr.. & Mrs. C. Jarvis Mr. H. A. Thomas
Mr. & Mrs. P. Ford Mr. E. Armstrong
Mr. & Mrs. T. A. Woods Mr. & Mrs. H. L. Rose
Mr. & Mrs. Carlos H. Castillo Mr. .& Mrs. L. Scarlett
Mr. Emile Benjamin Miss Carmen Boulin
Mr. & Mrs. B. N. Springer Mr. & Mrs. M. Perez
Mr. & Mrs. C. V. Reynolds Miss Anna T. Bennett
Mr. & Mrs. I. Hinkson Mr. & Mrs. W. Wason
Mrs. M. Atherton Mr. & Mrs. C: L. Barton
Mr. Victor Harewood Mr. & Mrs. Cyril Prescod
An interested person Miss Ruth Jemmott
Mr. Hubert Moore Mr. & Mrs. V. Brown
Mr. Sylvester Callender Mr. David Jemmott
Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Gittens Rev. & Mrs. A. W. Crooks
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ford Mr. & Mrs. F. Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Vidal & Family Mr. Fitz Jones
Mr. & Mrs. G. A. Campbell Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Prendergast
Mr. & Mrs. M. Budd Mr. & Mrs. Hugh A. Clark
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond George Mr. & Mrs. Clifton H. Lopez & Family
Mr. Hugh M. Best & Family Mr. R. Lucas
Miss Blandina Waterman Mr. Sidney L. McClean
Mr. & Mrs. John Hines Mrs. E. Coops
Mr. Clement Simpson Mr. R. M. Dottin
Mr. S. V. Cole Mr. H. G. Headley & Family
Mr. & Mrs. George A. Todd Mr. Lester H. Grant
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Sealey Mr. Carlos White
Mr. H. Marcus Graham & Family Mrs. S. Marshall
Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Lee & Family Mrs. F. Headley











"ONE GIRL"

Compliments One girl, the center of attraction,
One girl, the model of adoration
of One girl, the choice of my affection.
One girl, the theme of conversation.

Herff-Jones Company She, the owner of my possesions
She, the lawyer of my transactions
She, the model of my perfections
Manufacturers of Your She, the improver of situations.
Class Rings
While I was lost in intense concentration
My heart bore the pangs of great conflagration
E. A. LEWIS But this maiden I knew, had consideration
REPRESENTATIVE For this heart which suffered great taxation.

Apartado 3387 As I recall, it started, as a little conversation
When I thought I would have to make an explanation
PANAMA, R. P. Though I believed, it to:be of such simple confession
Yet it actually ended, a very perfect combination.
Arthur Smith



Groom them Everywhere

I visited the typing class yesterday, Then with the flip-flap of flying hands
In a cool, calm, collective way "De' eradicata' appeared in Jolley's hands.
As I stood there looking at the mass, All tattered and torn of mind,
Heard I this from the 9-10 class. Left I the bookkeeping room behind.

"Pass de' rubba, man Then now to my amaze
Yu' don' 'ear?" Found I this class receiving praise.
"Pass the rubba ova' yere." You see, they were in the English room
The "rubba" came whizzing like a steed. Hence, their words were nicely groomed.
The "rubba" came whizzing like a steed.
Then with a thundering ray of speed, "Will you kindly pass the eraser?"
"Could I borrow the ink eradicator?"
Then, that day at two-to-three "Didn't you hear,
Witnessed I a bookkeeping spree. To send the rubber over here?"
This I will now relate to thee.
This dreadful occurence made me ask
"Pass de' ink eradicata' Is speaking correctly such a task
Yu' don' 'ear?" That only in the English room
"Pass de' eradicata' ova' yere." Do these words receive the proper groom?

Vividn, Dottin

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