The Apex: Silver City Occupational High School Yearbook

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The Apex: Silver City Occupational High School Yearbook
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The Apex
The Apex: Rainbow City High School Yearbook
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We., the students of the graduating class of 150, take great pleasure in dedicating this,, our yearbook., to our principal., Mr. C. A. Dubbs.

His hard vork from which we have benefited in so many ways, and his personal interest in our future welfare have made him our choice by unanimous vote.









EDWARD GRIFFITH Editor-in-Chief



JAMES RUSSELL JAMES WEBSTER
Art Editor Photographic Editor



MABEL LAWRENCE HECTOR DUPREY
Activities Editor Sports Editor



EDGAR HAWKINS
Business Manager




STAFF


Gloria Armstrong Kenneth Anderson
Luis Dogue Jimmy Campbell
James DunMoodie Mavis Layne
Norma Lowe
Robert Jeanmarie Prince Bingham Oswald Moriole Eleise Reid Erna Jamieson

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Miss F. M. Josephs, Sponsor of Class of '50
Mr. R. F. Haining, Director
Mr. H. V. Parker, Adviser


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ART Carl Russell, Clarence W. Skeete
PHOTOGRAPHY Mr. C. D. Ennis
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Charles A. Dubbs Owen B. Shirley
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Levi F. Olsen Mrs. Christine Tull
Supervising Teacher Supervising Teacher
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Edwin R. Dixon Roscoe F. Haining
Supervising Teacher Supervising Teacher
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Terry A. Butler Mrs. Violet S. Chilcott
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Mrs. Pearl A. Dick Mrs. Viola C. Duncan
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Allan B. Forte
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Alfonso C. Greaves Kenneth V. Griffith
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Olive E. Heavens Hugh M. Jones
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Fladell M. Josephs Harold A. Josephs
Home Economics Soc. St., English







Spencer S. Josephs Clarence E. Lewis
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In the heart of the tranquil town of Silver City stands the educational mecca Silver City Occupational High School, which has achieved the unique distinction of being the first educational institution of its kind to be built on this side of the Republic of Panama. The high school was completed in 1949, at an estimated cost of $575sOOO.


In its last year, the Class of 150 had a membership of 74 seniors., which was almost evenly distributed among the different departments. As Juniors in 1948,, the class was adventurous. In that year we journeyed for a three day stay in Penonome. In early February,, we traveled to Chorrera. and in 1950 we camped in Veraguas for three days.


During our freshmen year,, we conducted many interesting scientific experiments in the laboratory. On the commercial side., many students received certificates for splendid shorthand writing. We again took over the spotlight when one of our members won third prize in the annual bookkeeping contest sponsored in the United States.


In sports I our invincible team made high school baseball history when in the year 1948 1949, we won the high school championship.


The Class of '50 are appreciative of the many moral, social and intellectual benefits they have received as students of the Silver City Occupational High School. There is no doubt., that we mill always remember our Alma Mater with appreciation and devotion.









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Returning to my home in New York, late in July, 1960, I settled down to a life of peace and quietness, and began reflecting on the experiences I received in my former homeland, Panama.

A happy recollection was my visit to Madam Pami (Viola Cooper). She had placed a crystal ball which revealed the careers of my former classmates on the table before me.

The crystal ball disclosed the following occurences:

The Panama American had headlines with astonishing news. Tonight one of the youngest deputies in the Panama Assembly (Oswald Moriole5 speaks at the Colon Arena. Chairman of this program will be the owner of Colon Imports, Luis Dogue.

Also present at the meeting will be Mrs. Moriole (Ida Critchlow) and Mrs. Dogue (Mabel Lawrence). They will speak on social work.

Elizabeth Reid has just received her B. A. degree for Beauty Culture from the Apex School of Indiana.

Junie Jennings (second baseman) and Eric George. (pitcher) have hit tops in baseball. Junie has just succeeded Jackie Robinson as second baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Dorothy I&llams (Metropolitan singer) has just signed a contract with Dale Carnegie.

Jimmy Campbell has been assigned to the position of Comptroller of the Panama Canal.

Kenneth Anderson is teaching mechanics in the Silver City Occupational High School Shop.

Mrs. James Russell (Gladys Forde) is busy at home taking care of her five children. Jim teaches geometry at the Abel Bravo.

Alfred Josiah has hit tops in show business and has surpassed
Charlie McCarthy in comedies.

James Webster, owner of the "Webster Photo Studio," is now married to Violet Haynes.

Alton Lewis has just won ten pieces of the Panama Lottery, first prize, and has been asking everyone what to do with his fortune.










Clifford Lewis has written home to Norma Lowets mother to ask for
her hand in marriage.

Erna Jamieson has Just been elected chairman of the Woe' Social Welfare Society.

Allan Bailey (tailor) is working with the English Bazaar in the haberdashery section.

Wilma Josephs is now the owner of a beautician shop situated beside the Colon Theater. Hair dressing is her specialty.

Esther Williams is president of the Nurses' Association at the Santo Thomas Hospital. Recently Roy Brown was appointed to the medical staff. James DunMoodie is a surgeon of the same institution.

Gloria Reid is secretary to Joseph Lord, partner of the Lord & Bingham Steel Company.

Edgar Hawkins and Milford Abrahamis have just completed their plans for building a road which will lead straight to Bocas del Toro.

Hector Duprey, owner of the Savoy Casino, is suing Edward Griffith for giving him bad publicity in his newspaper,, the Daily Informer. Hector is represented by the famous lawyer, Allan Forte.

Philipbert and Robert Jeanmarie are having an art display at the National Art Institute of Panama.

C 1 y d e S c o t t, latest news commentator, is the most popular announcer in Panama.

Gloria Armstrong is spending a long vacation in La Plaza Hotel ift
New York, with her husband Lloyd Wilson, owner of the Greyhound Busline.

Oswald Lee is employed as chauffeur with the Governor of Colon. That's the easiest job he could find.

Ila Bayne has been married to the prize fighter (Adolphus Bennett)
and is residing in Panama's best hotel.

Rosita Haynes and Ida Savory have opened a dress shop near the Colon Furniture Store in Colon.

The noted architect, Leonard Alleyne, has just designed and built a home in San Francisco, California..

At this moment Madam Paini advised me that the seance was over. I left her room with a feeling of much satisfaction.















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We, the class of '50 of the Silver City Occupational High School, do hereby make, publish and declare, on this tenth day of March, 1950, that this be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by us at any time heretofore. In witness, thereto, are the undersigned.

1. Milford Abrahams and Luis Dogue-their be-bop glasses to Joe Gressel and Victor Watson.
2. Leonard Alleyne-his shirt button to Hubert Alfred.
3. John Amon-his habit of chewing gum to Alexander Brathwaite.
4. Kenneth Anderson-his boisterous laughter to Reginald Mongerie.
5. Gloria Armstrong-her sophisticated attitude to Teresa Francois.
6. Gregory Atkinson--his half-pint size to Harold Laurie. 7. Allan Bailey-his provocative attitude to Carlos Steed.
8. Ila Bayne-page 343 of her 20th Century Bookkeeping textbook to Pearline Thorne.
9. Adolphus Bennett-his physical structure to Cyril Adamson. 10. Prince Bingham--his habit of skipping classes to Raymond Myrie. ll. Dorothy Boyce-her diminutive size to Inez Hunter.
12. Barbara Brownie-her slender figure to Nina Williams. 13. Jimmy Campbell-his talent for playing music to Albert 'eeks. 14. Vernon Caton-his civics notebook to Fredrick Goddard. 15. Harold Clarke-his quiet disposition to Ivan Duprey. 16. Viola Cooper-her giggles to Elsie Yarde. 17. Edna Cordew--one of her pad sheets to Mary Aurelien. 18. Ida Critchlow and Ida Savory-their gold teeth to Joyce McBean and Alicia McKenzie.
19. Allan Douglas and James DunMoodie-their argumentative disposition to Astor Jones.
20. Hector Duprey-his ability to make errors in baseball to Adolphus Vernon.
21. Cyril Forde--his dirty mechanic suit with the patches to Charles
Myers.
22. Gladys Forde and Teresita McKenzie-their study periods to Dorothy Roach.
23. Allan Forte-his shorthand ability to anyone in llth grade. 24. Eric George-his pitching powers to Robert Quinlan. 25. Anita Grazette-her graduation cap and gown to Shirley Williams. 26. Edward Griffith-his report card to Roderick Stevens.








27. Edgar Hawkins-his wolfishness to Robert Samuels. 28. Rosita Haynes-her golden earrings to Jacqueline Russell. 29. Violet Haynes-her dimples to Marion Skeete. 30. Simone Holgerson-a lock of her hair to 01ga Castillo. 31. Gladys Hunter--The "N in her last name to Ainsel Nelson. 32. Melvin Husband-his carpenter apron to Herbert Clarke. 33. Erna Jamieson-her friendly attitude to Jean Turner.
34. Philibert Jeanmarie-his poetical ability to Lionel Whittaker. 35. Robert Jeanmarie and James Russell-their artistic ability to Cutler Herbert.
36. Ernest Jones and Oswald Lee-their easy way of life to Cyrus Tull. 37. Junie Jennings-bequeaths his love for baseball to Alfonso Charles. 38. Samuel Jones--his lazy attitude to Ferdinand Treleaven. 39. Wilma Josephs-her nickname "Henrietta" to Lucille Gibbs. 40. Alfred Josiah--his clownish disposition to Albert Brown. 41. Fits Kirkaldy-his parasitic attitude to Howard Brathwaite. 42. Able Lawrence-her old-fashioned way of life to Clementina Burke. 43. Mavis Layne-her shorthand spiral to Sylvia Haynes. 44. Alton Leis-his height to Dudley Smith. 45. Clifford Leis-any of his shirt buttons to Rudolph Treleaven. 46. Joseph Lord-his fondness for eating to Henry Clarke. 47. Norma Lowe-the Parker's 51 pen she lost to Hazel Palmer. 48. Oswald Moriole-his argumentative attitude to George Smythe. 49. Roy Redman--his "smashers" (shoes) to Ralph Gooding. 50. Clifford Reid-his baseball uniform of Herman Reece. 51. Eliese Reid-her athletic ability to Icelyn Peat. 52. Elizabeth Reid-her modesty to Stena Bryan. 53. Gloria Reid-her coquettishness to Cynthia Cobham. 54. Stafford Scantlebury--his locker key to Stanley Reece. 55. Clyde Scott-his pitcher's mitt to Vivian Smith. 56. Ralph Smith--his be-bop socks to Granville Gordon. 57. Elsie Thompson-her quiet disposition to Carmen Treleaven. 58. Edward Waisome-his rimless sunshades to Courtney Clarke. 59. Earl Wallen-his boastful attitude to Leonard McDonald. 60. James Webster--his camera to Herbert Denny. 61. Borothy Williams-her bellicose attitude to Inga Bendigo. 62. Esther 111Williams-her violin to Dalthia Clarke. 63. Lloyd Wlson-his mechanic aptitude to Eustace Griffith. 64. Violet Worrell-her "quietness" to Violet Lipsitt. 65. Alphonso Small-his dollman size to any half-pint in the 11th grade. 66. Clifford Piggott--he leaves nothing for Clifford Lewis.

(Eddie Casanove
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ALMA MATER



Alma Mater, sweet Alm Mater
'Tis time that we must part,
Praise be to you, praise be to God
For such a humble start.


It grieves us so to leave, dear friend
For life with thee was sweet,
For now that we have reached the end,
Where shall our pathways meet?


We'll miss the songs we used to sing
And the games we used to play,
'Twas here we lived just like a king
And shared our happiest days.


'Twas here we drank from Joy's sweet cup
And shook each friendly hand, Buit now the past lies covered up
Beneath Life's precious sand.


How can we ever pass thee by
Without a smile, a kiss,
'When you have held our dear heads high
And brought our young hearts bliss!~


Alma Mater., my Alma Mater!
Of thee we are truly proud,
For you have helped us scale Life's heights
without a sigh, a sound.


to thee we sing, of thee we sing
Praise be to thee forever!I
'Who knows what good tidings each new day brings
Farewell,. farewell my Alma Mater.


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The honor plaques appearing in this YEARBOOK were introduced in our school by Mr. C. A. Dubbs, Principal, in April, 1947.

These plaques denote the various phases of school work, and they bear the names of the students who are outstanding in these fields during the entire school year.

Scholarship is a matter of mathematical record determined by gradepoint ratio. The ratio is found by assigning a number to each letter grade. Forexmple: A -4; B -3; C -2; D -l1and F -0. The number of letter
grades in each category is multiplied by the numerical number assigned to that category. The various products are added and the sun is divided by the total number of letter grades. The answer is a grade-point ratio. The name of the student who has the highest grade-point ratio for each grade will appear on the plaque which vili be on display throughout the school yewr.

In Citizenship all students having straight A receive an honor
certificate. If more than one student in each grade has straight A's, an elimination is made to determine whose name should be placed on the plaque.

In Instrumental Music, Vocal Music,, Athletics, and Journalism., the teachers who sponsor these fields determine the names for the plaques as this evaluation is more or less subjective.

A special plaque is made for CANAL ZONE INTERSCHOOL TRACK CHAMPIONS. Bach year the name of the school that wins is placed on the plaque.

Our school ill1 continue to honor these deserving students by having their nas placed on these plaques yearly.


























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Most outstanding student in basketball is MILFORD ABRAHAMS. Most outstanding student in volleyball is JAMES RUSSELL. Most outstanding in baseball are JUNIE JENNINGS AND ERIC GEORGE.



















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AUGUST 8: School re-opened. AUGUST 25: Meeting of pupils of grades 10, 11, 12.
Purpose--organization of a Students' Association. OCTOBER 17: Chopin anniversary program in the study hall,
7:30 P. M. West artists at the program were the
Reverend Peterson and Miss U. Henry. OCTOBER 21: Inaugural supper for Parrot staff.

OCTOBER 31: Panel discussion. Class of '50: 'MHstory and
Government of Panama, at 3:30 P. M.in study hall. NOVEMBER 19: Dance sponsored by Class of '50 in study hail.



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FEBRUARY 1: Mrs. Tull started as Supervisor of Home EconoMies.

FEBRUARY 15: Negro History Week Community Program by students on school ground. "Story of Negro" and
spiritual songs by glee club.
FEBRUARY 16: Yearbook work started Messrs. Haining, Parker,,
Josephs, Ennis and Miss Josephs as advisors. APRIL 1: Staff of Yearbook field trip to Salud.










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On October 14,, 1949, the Student Association was organized by members of the senior high school. Mrs.* L. H. Williams was elected sponsor arnd three students as representatives. The members have enjoyed several functions, such as trips and dances, at half the -admission fee. Thanks to the organization, the school now has a lovely "coke" machine.



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC IN THE S.C.O.H.S

A class in instrumental music was started in the Silver City Occupational High School in 1946 with Mr. Reginald Prescott as instructor. Although there have been many inconveniences-lack of certain instruments and literature-the class has survived and today its influence is felt both in the school and in the community.



THE S.C.O.H.S PHOTO CLUB

The S.C.O.H.S Photo Club was founded by a group of students under the sponsorship of Mr. R. F. Haining, but is now under the guidance of Mr. Ennis. Its purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to learn and to practice photography as a hobby. The outstanding individual in this club from the beginning has been James Webster whose knowledge and steady work are the main factors for the club's achievements, especially its successful work on the Apex 1950. Pictures in the Ape x were largely the work of James Webster and Kenneth Anderson,, S.C.O.H.Sts Photo Club top workers. It is hoped that the S.C.O.H.S Photo Club will keep up the high standards that have been established by its members who will soon be graduating.



CORONATION ERNA I

On Friday evening, March 24, members of our community and students of this school were given a real treat in the study hall. Erna Jamieson, winner of a recent popularity contest held among grades 10, 11, and 12, was crowned ERNA I. Clad in a beautiful white gown, along with her cape of royal red, and flanked on either sides by her maidens and their escorts, Queen Erna gave us a real picture of queens and their courts in by-gone days.
















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, VOCATIONALHIGH SCflOOl'SHODS /

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We, the students of the graduating class of '50, great pleasure in dedicating this, our yearbook, to our principal, Mr. C. A. Dubbs. His hard work from which we have benefited in so many ways, and his personal interest in our future welfare have made him our choice by unanimo u s vote.

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JAMES RUSSELL Art Editor MABEL LAWRENCE Activities EditQr Gloria Armstrong Luis Dogue James DunMoodie Robert Jeanmarie Prince Bingham Eleise Reid EIMARD GRIFFITH Edi tor-in-Chief EDGAR HAWKINS Business Manager S T A F F 00000 J AMES WEBSTER Photographic Editor HECTOR DUPREY Sports Editor Kenneth Anderson Ji.mmy Campbell Mavis Layne Norma Lowe Oswald Meriole Erna Jamieson Miss F. M. Josephs, Sponsor of Class of '50 Mr. R. F. Haining, Director Mr. H. V. Parker, Adviser ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ART --Carl Russell, Clarence W. Skeete PHOTOGRAPHY --Mr. C. D. Ennis TYPING --Mr S. S. Josephs

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ill-. Lawrence Johnson Supt. of Schools Charles A. Dubbs Principal Levi F. Olsen Supervising Teacher Science, Math. Edw.l.n R. Dixon Supet'viaing Teacher Commer ce Calmer A. Batalden Dir. of Voc. Education Owen B. Shirley Vice-Principal Mrs. Chrhtine Tull Supervising Teacher Home Economics Roscoe F. Haining Supervising Teacher Soc. St., English Walter D. Goring Supervising Teacher Metal Shop I'li.lliam W. Wi t t Supervising Teacher Wood Shop

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HOod Clockwise beginning in foreground: llr. R. T., Ellis, Vice-Principal at La Boca; llr. D. E. ,yera, Science and )lath Supervisor; llr. E. R. :Q!.xon, Supervising teacher, Commerce; lIr. G. C. Wright, Principal, La Boca; lIr. W. W. Witt, Supervisor, Woodworking; llrs. Christine Tull, Supervisor, Home Eo' onomics; lIr. C. A. Dubbs, Principal, Silver City. Dr. Lawrence Johnson, Superintendent of Schools; llr. R. F. Haining, Supervisor, Fnglish and Social studies; lIr. C. A. Batalden, Director of Vocational Education; llr. A. J. Janssen, Supervisor, Ketal Shop.

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Maria A. Archer Clerk Terry A. Butler Commerce Lloyd S. Creary Soc. St., Phg. }U's. Pe&'l Dick Spanish Lyle F. Brown Tailoring Mrs. Violet S. Chilcott Home Economics Laurin C. Douglas Wood Shop Mrs. Viola C. Duncan Spanish, Art, Yusic ,leveland D. Ennis Science Allan B. Forte llathematics

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Alfonso C. Greaves Science Olive E. Heavens Home Economics Fladell M. Josephs Home Economics Spencer S. Josephs COJlllller ce Elsinora Lynch Home Economics Kenneth V. Griffith Lib., Art, .l4usic Hugh M. Jones Printing Harold A. Josephs Soc. St., English Clarence E. Lewis Soc. St., lLsth. Sylvia V. McDonald Spanish Maurice M. McLean Auto Mach. Horace V. Parker Soc. st., Fng.

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Reginald T. Prescott Inst. Music George C. Sandiford Auto )tech. Mrs. Gladys Y. Spencer Home Economics Lucille H. Williams Spanish Frederick O. Roland Wood Shop Mrs. Sylvia M. Stoute Science Lorenzo Waithe Bookbinding Romeo G. Mil] er 1Ia1ntenance

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Armstrong I 1 Adolphus Bennett Leonard Alleyne Gregory Atkinson Prince Bingham JiJDmy Campbell Edgar Hawldll8 John Amon Allan Bailey Ila "B;;;-;:-","J 'Harold larke

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Viola Cooper ) Gladys Forde Edward Griffith S1,mone Holgerson Edna Cordew J8IIIes Al1.an Forte Violet Worrell Gladys Hunter Ida Critchlow Luis f Hector Duprey El'ic George -, Thelma Haynes Violet Haynes .h lIelvin Husband Erna Jamieson

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Philipbert Jeanmarie Samuel Jones Clifford Lens Robert J eanmari e ru. ....... Josephs Wavis Layne IJ.oyd Wilson Junie Jennings Alfred Josiah Oswald Lee Norma Lowe Roy Redman Ernest Jones IJ.oyd Kirkaldy \ Alton Lewis Teresita McKenzie Clifford

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Ida Savory Ralph Smith , I!;arl Wallen Elizabeth Reid r Stafford Scantlebury .-. Doris Thomas James Webster , Gloria Reid J8Jlles Russell, J r Clyde Scott Alfonso Sma)) Elsie Thompson Edward Waisome Dorothy Williams

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In the heart of the tranquil town of Silver City stands the educational mecca Silver City Occupational High School, which has achieved the unique distinction of being the first educational institution of its kind to be built on this side of the Republic of Panama. The high school was completed in 1949, at an estimated cost of $575,000. In its last year, the Class of '50 had a membership of 74 seniors, which was almost evenly distributed among the different departments. As JuniOl'S in 1948, the class was adventurous. In that year we journeyed for a three day stay in Penonome. In early February, we traveled to Chorrera, and in 1950 we camped in Veraguas for three days. During our freshmen year, we conducted many interesting scientific experiments in the laboratory. On the commercial side, many students received certificates for splendid shorthand writing. We again took over the spotlight when one of our members won third prize in the annual bookkeeping contest sponsored in the United States. In sports, our invincible teBJU made high school baseball history when in the year 1948 -1949, we won the high school championship. The Class of '50 are appreciative of the many moral, social and intellectual benefits they have received as students of the Silver City Occupational High School. There is no doubt, that we will always remember our Alma Mater with appreciation and devotion.

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Returning to my home in New York, late in July, 1960, I settled down to a life of peace and quietness, and began reflecting on the experiences I received in my former homeland, Panama. A happy recollection was my visit to .\ladam Pam! (Viola Cooper). She had placed a crystal ball which revealed the careers of my formar classmates on the table before me. The crystal ball disclosed the following occurences: The Panama American had >headlines with astonishing news. Tonight one of the youngest deputies in the Panama Assembly (Oswald Moriole) speaks at the Colon Arena. Chairman of this program will be the owner of Colon Imports, Luis Dogue. Also present at the meeting will be Mrs. Moriole (Ida Critchlow) and Mrs. Dogue (.\label Lawrence). They will speak on social work. Elizabeth Reid has just received har B. A. degree for Beauty Culture from the Apex School of Indiana. Junie Jennings (second baseman) and Eric George (pitcher) have hit tops in baseball. Junie has just succeeded Jackie Robinson as second baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Dol'Othy l'li.lliams (Metropolitan singer) has just signed a contract with Dale Carnegie. Jimmy Campbell has been assigned to the position of Comptroller of the Panama Canal. Kenneth Anderson is teaching mechanics in the Silver City Occupational High School Shop. Mrs. JIIllleS Russell (Gladys Forde) is busy at home taking care of her five children. Jim teaches geometry at the Abel Bravo. Alfred Josiah has hit tops in show business and has surpassed Charlie McCarthy in comedies. James Webster, owner of the "Webster Photo Studio," is now to Violet Haynes. Alton Lewis has just won ten pieces of the Panama Lottery, first prize, and has been asking everyone what to do with his fortune.

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Clifford Lewis has written home to Norma Lowe's mother to ask for her hand in marriage. Erna Jamieson has just been elected chairman of the Women's Social Welfare Society. Allan Bailey (tailor) is working with the English Bazaar in the haberdashery section. Wilma Josephs is now the beside the Colon Theater. Hair owner of a beautician shop dressing is her specialty. situated Esther Williams is president of the Nurses' Association at the Santo Thomas Hospital. Recently Roy Brown was appointed to the medical staff. James DunMoodie is a surgeon of the same institution. Gloria Reid is secretary to Joseph Lord, partner of the Lord & Bingham Steel Company. Edgar Hawkins and Milford Abrahams have just completed their plans for building a road which will lead straight to Bocas del Toro. Hector Duprey, owner of the Savoy Casino, is suing Edward Griffith for giving him bad publicity in his newspaper, the Daily Informer. Hector is represented by the famous lawyer, Allan Forte. Philipbert and Robert Jeanmarie are having an art display at the National Art Institute of Panama. C 1 y d e S cot t, latest news commentator, is the most popular announcer in Panama. Gloria Armstrong is spending a long vacation in La Plaza Hotel in New York, with her husband Lloyd Wilson, owner of the Greyhound Bus line. Oswald Lee is That's the easiest employed as chauffeur job he could find. with the Governor of Colon. Ila Bayne has been married to the prize fighter (Adolphus Bennett) and is residing in Panama's best hotel. Rosita Haynes and Ida Savory have opened a dress shop near the Colon Furniture Store in Colon. The noted architect, Leonard Alleyne, has just designed and built a home in San Francisco, California. At this moment Madam Pami advised me that the seance was over. I left her room with a feeling of much satisfaction.

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" claoo We, the class of '50 of the Silver City Occupational High School, do hereby make, publish and declare, on this tenth day of March, 1950, that this be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills made by us at any time heretofore. In witness, thereto, are the undersigned. 1. Milford Abrahams and Luis Dogue-their be-bop glasses to Joe Gressel and Victor Watson. 2. Leonard Alleyne-his shirt button to Hubert Alfred. 3. John Amon-his habit of chewing gum to Alexander Brathwaite. 4. Kenneth Anderson-his boisterous laughter to Reginald Mongerie. 5. Gloria Armstrong-her sophisticated attitude to Teresa Francois. 6. Gregory Atkinson-his half-pint size to Harold Laurie. 7. Allan Bailey-his provocative attitude to Carlos Steed. 8. Ila Bayne--page 343 of her 20th Century Bookkeeping textbook to Pearline Thorne. 9. Adolphus Bennett-his physical structure to Cyril Adamson. 10. Prince Bingham-his habit of skipping classes to Raymond Myrie. 11. Dorothy Boyce-her dimi.nutive size to Inez Hunte.r. 12. Barbara Brownie-her slender figure to Nina Williams. 13. Jimmy Campbell-his talent for playing music to Albert Weeks. 14. Vernon Caton-his civics notebook to Fredrick Goddard. 15. Harold Clarke-his quiet disposition to Ivan Duprey. 16. Viola Cooper-her giggles to Elsie Yarde. 17. Edna Cordew--one of her pad sheets to Mary Aurelien. 18. Ida Critchlow and Ida Savory-their gold teeth to Joyce McBean and Alicia McKenzie. 19. Allan Douglas and James DunMoodie-their argumentative disposition to Astor Jones. 20. Hector Duprey-his ability to make errors in baseball to Adolphus Vernon. 21. Cyril Forde--his dirty mechanic suit with the patches to Charle s Myers. 22. Gladys Forde and Teresita McKenzie-their study periods to Dorothy Roach. 23. Allan Forte-his shorthand ability to anyone in 11th grade. 24. Eric George-his pitching powers to Robert Quinlan. 25. Anita Grazette-her graduation cap and gown to Shirley Williams. 26. Edward Griffith-his report card to Roderick Stevens.

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27. "Edgar HaTdcins-his wolfishness to Robert Samuels. 28. Rosita Haynes-her golden earrings to Jacqueline Russell. :8. Violet Haynes-her dimples to llarion Skeete. 30. Simone Holgerson-a lock of her hair to Olga Castillo. 31. Gladys Hunter-The "N" in her last name to Ainsel Nelson. 32. Melvin Husband-his carpenter apron to Herbert Clarke. 33. Erna Jamieson-her friendly attitude to Jean Turner. 34. Philibert JeanmaJ.'ie-his poetical ability to Lionel Whittaker. 35. Robert Jeanmarie and James Russell-their artistic ability to Cutler Herbert. 36. Ernest Jones and Oswald Lee-their easy way of life to Cyrus Tull. 37. Junie Jennings-bequeaths his love for baseball to Alfonso Charles. 38. Samuel Jones--his lazy attitude to Ferdinand Treleaven. 39. W!.lma Josephs-her nickname "Henrietta" to Lucille Gibbs. 40. Alfred Josiah--his clownish disposition to Albert Brown. 41. F.!.tz Kirkaldy-his parasitic attitude to Howard Brathwaite. 42. liable LaWt"ence-her old-fashioned way of life to Clement ina Burke. 43. Mavis Layne-her shorthand spiral to Sylvia Haynes. 44. Alton Lewis-his height to Dudley Smith. 45. Clifford Lewis-any of his shirt buttons to Rudolph Treleaven. 46. Joseph Lord-his fondness for eating to Heru'y Clarke. 47. Norma Lowe-the Parker's 51 pen she lost to Hazel Palmel 48. Oswald Moriole-his argumentative attitude to George Smythe. 49. Roy Redman--his "smashers" (shoes) to Ralph Gooding. 50. Clifford Reid-his baseball uniform of Herman Reece. 51. Eliese Reid-her athletic ability to Icelyn Peat. 52. Elizabeth Reid-her modesty to Stene Bryan. 53. Gloria Reid-her coquettishness to Cynthia Cobham. 54. Stafford Scantlebury--his locker key to Stanley Reece. 55. Clyde Scott-his pitcher's mitt to Vivian Smith. 56. Ralph .Smith--bis be-bop socks to Granville Gordon. 57. Elsie Thompson-her quiet disposition to CarmeJl Treleaven. 58. Edward waisome--his rimless sunshades to Courtney Clarke. 59. Earl Wallen-his boastful attitude to Leonard McDonald. 60. James Webster--his camera to Herbert Denny. 61. l!lorothy Williams-her bellicose attitude to Inga Bendigo. 62. Esther W!.lliams-her violin to Dalthia Clarke. 63. Lloyd Wilson-his mechanic aptitude to Eustace Griffith. 64. Violet Worrell--her "quietness" to Violet Lipsitt. 65. Alphonso Small-his dollman size to any half-pint in the 11th grade. 66. Clifford Piggott--he leaves nothing for Clifford Lewis. Witness: Notary Public: Mutt Duppi (Eddie Casanove (Butch Don Juan (Sleepy Jim

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Alma Mater, sweet Alma Yater 'Tis time that we must part, Praise be to you, praise be to God For such a humble start. It grieves us so to leave, dear friend For life with thee was sweet, For now that we have reached the end, Where shall our pathways meet? We'll miss the songs we used to sing And the games we used to play, 'Twas here we lived just like a king And shared our happiest days. 'Twas here we drank from Joy's sweet cup And shook each friendly hand, But now the past lies covered up Beneath Life's precious sand. How can we ever pass thee by Without a smile, a kiss, When you have held our dear heads high And brought our young hearts bliss! Alma Yater, my Alma Mater! Of thee we are truly proud, For you have helped us scale Life's heights Without a sigh, a sound. To thee we sing, of thee we sing Praise be to thee forever! Who knows what good tidings each new day brings Farewell, farewell my Alma Mater. Philipbert Jeanmarie

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-' .... ... J ELEVENTH GRADE GIRLS . ,.. .. -SEE HOW STUDIOUS S OME ARE ....

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It. f "' .. .. . GIRLS OF THE CLASS OF '52 , II ---.. OOYS OF '52 Largest class we will ha1fe for many years.

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HONOR STUDENTS 1949-50 SCHOLARSHIP Edgarllawldns CITIZENSHIP Edgar IIawld DS J8/IIeS Webster HONOR PLAQUES !he honor plaques appearing in this YEARBOOK were introduced in our school bT Kr. C. A. Ibbbs, Principal, in April, 1947. '!bese plaques denote the various phases of school work, and they bear t/ie M"'8S ot the students who are outstanding in these fields during the entire school Scholarship is a matter of mathematical record determined by gradepoint ratio. '!he ratio is found by assigning a number to each letter grade. For eJrIaple: A -4; B-3; C -2; D -1 and F O. The nWDber of letter grades in each category is multiplied by the nwaerical .IlllIIIber assigned to that category. The various products are added and the SUJII is divided by the total number of letter grades. The answer is a grade-point ra.tio. '!'he M., of the student who has the highest grade-point ratio for each grade will appear on the plaque will be on display throughout the school In Citizenship all students having straight A's receive an honor certificate. It more than one student in each grade has straight A's, an el1l1'1 nation is made to determine whose name should be placed on the plaque. In )(usic, Vocal Music, Athlstica, and Journalism, the teachers who sponsor these fields determine the names tor the plaques as this naluation is JIIOre or less subjective. J. special plaque is _de for CANAL ZONE INTERSCHOOL TRACK CHAMPIONS. Bach J88I' the MW of the school that wins is placed on the plaque. Our school will continue to honor these deserving students by having their M .... placed on these plaques yearly.

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AN ACROSTIC 5 Seek and you shall find ., Politeness is to do and say the kindest things in the kindest way. o Our motto, "We did it the hard way." R Render your services to those who need them. 1r Together we stand, divided we fall. 5 "5. O. 5." Save our school. Most outstanding student in basketball is MILFORD ABRAHAMS. Most outstanding stud.ent in volleyball is JAMES RUSSELL. Most outstanding in baseball are JUNIE JENNINGS AND ERIC GEORGE.

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(i) (S) (6) Wi ) liam Tell l4abel. 1. Eric waits for one. 2. Butler drives one. 3. Junie waits too. 4. wants one. S. Four against one. 6. Haining steals one. 7. 5.5. nabs one. B. Junie won. 9. Find the halll

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The following list comprises the principal activities of the Class of '50 during their senior year, 1949 1950. 1949 AUGUST 8: School re-opened. AUGUST 25: Yeeting of pupils of grades 10, 11, 12. OCroBER 17: OCTOBER 21: OCTOBER 31: NOVIBER 19: Purpose--organization of a Students' Association. Chopin anniversary program in the study hall, 7:30 P. M. Guest artists at the pl'ogram were the Reverend Peterson and Miss U. Henry. Inaugural supper for Parrot staff. Panel discussion. Class of 50: History and Government of Panama, at ):30 P. M. in study hall. Dance sponsored by Class of '50 in study hall. 1 9 5 0 FEBRUARY 1: Mrs. Tull started as Supervisor of Home Economics. FEBRUARY 15: Negro History Week -COllllllun; ty Progl.'am by students on school ground. "Story of Negro" and spiritual BOngs by glee club. FEBRUARY 16: APRIL 1: Yearbook work started -Messrs. Haining, Parker, Josephs, Ennis and Miss Josephs as advisors. Staff of Yearbook field trip to Salud.

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Yr. Olsen giving some students "points" on the use of the transit. Eric just keeps looking on. Eustace knows how. Mr. Ennis is showing Hector that there's nothing to it.

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(Junie and Eric) 'THE THREE WUSKETEERS' Pretty boy Oswald (A He-man at that) Hey Mabel, leave some for met Jim, Grit J and .......... GUESS WHO'S MISSING? (Butch, of course)

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION On October 14, 1949, the Student ABsociation 1I8.S organized by members of the senior high school. Mrs. L. H. Williams was elected sponsor and three students as representatives. The members have enjoyed several functione, such as trips and dances, at half theadJDission fee. Thanks to the organization, the school now has a lovely "coke" machine. INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC IN THE S.C.O.H.S --A class in instrumental music lias started in the Silver City Occupational High School in 1946 with )Ir. Reginald Prescott as instructor. Although there have been many inconveniences-lack of certain instruments and literature-the class has survived and today its influence is felt both in the school and in the communi ty. THE S.C.O.H.S PHOTO CLUB The S.C.O.H.S Photo Club was founded by a group of students under the sponsorship of)lr. R. F. Hai oi cg, but is now under the guidance of )Ir. EIlnis. Its purpose is to provide students with an opportunity to learn and to practice photography as a hobby. The outstaDding individual in this club frolll the beginning has been J8III8S Webster mose knowledge and stead;y work are the I118in factors for the club's achievelllents, especially its successful lIOrk on the Apex 1950. Pictures in the Apex were largely the wark of James Webster and Kenneth Anderson, S.C.O.H.S's Photo Club top workers. It is hoped that the S.C.O.H.S Photo Club will keep up the high standards that have been established by its members 11110 will soon be graduating. CORONATION -ERNA I On Friday evening, lfarch 24, members of our community and students of this school given a real treat in the study hall. Erna Jamieson, winner of a recent popularity contest held 8IIIOng grades 10, ll, and 12, was crowned ERNA I. Clad in a beautiful white gom, along with her cape of royal red, and flanked on either sides by her maidens and their escorts, Queen Erna gave us a real picture of queens and their courts in by-gone days.

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Maria keeps the records straight. Do you have a written excuse?

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Violet experiments on ){rs. Williams. (It was a good job). Business-like aren't they? (Business class) Some lucky fellows are going to get girls liho 'know how' What's the matter Harry? Los e a s crew l

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Erna-Light reading. Jimmy--Climbing the ladder to success. Luis--Left the room for a drink. l!;agar-Serious study. Simone--Jtist beautifying the grounds.

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Mr. Jones advising "Browncito". "Danny" cutting his end table. watch your thUlllb, ---..... nFiji", old boyt "Muff" planing. (I wonder) loafing for a change. Destroying (?) surtacer. Mr. Roland adjusting a surfacer Sylvia and Norma J.ost in "Bertie" and "Bento"

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Want any help, lIrs. Williams? Go ahead with your work, Clifford, we are doing ours. (photographer). lIrs. Chilcott is making sure the girls "go right". ) 1 -"Now Charles, cooperate specifically l'II.tn me"

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Keep it up, Prince. Ifr. Sandiford notes seems hard at times. Miss Josephs showing Eleise Why 80 serious. Ji.rDm7? the "way how". busy planning. Ida putting on the finishing. touches. Danny cooperates with Ifr. Miller

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FACULTY AUTOGRAPHS

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Class of 1950 We extend to you our congratulations on your graduation. May this accomplishment incite in your and minds new horizons which will lead you to success and happiness in life's long journey. Sincerely, Robert D. Von Tress, (Mgr ) Radio Center S A. Colon, Panama J / MElENDfL tzt,CALLE 16 or g05f calle .flo

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COMPLIMENTS: THE AMERICAN BAZAAR "Haberdashers and Tailors To Men of Good Taste" Air Conditioned Opposite to P.R.R. Station P.O. Box 273 Phone 341 Colon, R. P. CARLTON DRUG STORE & REFRESHMENT PARLOR Drugs-patent medicines Toilet Articles Ice CreamSodasCakes, Etc. Pay us a visit. 1.002 10th St. & Federico Boyd Tel. 255, Colon, R. P. Cortesia CLUB CASA FEOLI Calle lOa 6013 entre Ave. Central y Ave Justo Arosemena Colon, R. P. "MUEBLERIA HENRIQUEZ" Justo Arosemena No. 9118 (at the corner of 9 St.) Tel. 1033 Colon, R. P. Compliments: Garage de Sterling 14th Street and Bolivar Ave. Phone 130 Colon, R. P. For Fine Pastries and Cakes for all Special Occasions Shop With THE PEOPLE'S BAKERY Tenth St. and Ave. Justo Arosemena Phone 380 Colon, R. P.

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COURTESY OF CIA. DIERS & ULLRICH S. A. THE HOUSE OF 7 UP "SEEK YE FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD AND HIS RIGHTEOUSNESS AND ALL THINGS SHALL BE ,ADDED UNTO YOU." COMPLlMENTS: Crown Drug Store 9129 CENTRAL AVE. 10th St. Norman C. Brown, Pharma cist "Service Excelled Only By Quality" FARMACIA ESTRELLA STAR DRUG STORE Calle 9a y Ave. Amador Guerrero J. Granville ( Class of '32) COM PLlMENTS: NATERS FOTO COLON --ANSCO ---Photographic Supplies Roll Film in all sizes Film Packs Photographic Paper Photogra phic Chemical Enlargers, Fil ters Assorted Sundries Bell & Howell Movie Cameras & Projectors Photo Finishing Service No. 32 Ave. J. F. d e l a Ossa Chesterfield Bldg. Panama, R. P. 11th Street Opposite Cristobal Commissary Co l on, R. P.

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