The Apex: Silver City Occupational High School Yearbook

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The Apex: Silver City Occupational High School Yearbook
Uniform Title:
The Apex
The Apex: Rainbow City High School Yearbook
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Spanish
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Silver City High School
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Silver City Occupational High School
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Silver City, Panama Canal Zone
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Schools--Panama--Canal Zone   ( lcsh )
Yearbook
Rainbow City High School
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With sincere affection the graduating class dedicates the 1953 Apex to Mr. Owen B. Shirley, our vice-principal, who is at present doing a year of study at the University of Minnesota.
We are truly appreciative of the continuous interest he displayed in our welfare and of the whole-hearted cooperation he unstintingly gave throughout our high school career.





































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Robert 14. McCul lough
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Terry Butler Horace V. Parker
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Mrs. Sylvia Stoute Ifonslo Greaves Science-Art
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Sylvia McDonald 1Mrs. Lucille Williams
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asil CnagWell Fladell M. Josephs Home Economics
Irs. ViO~N Dunncan
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Math Hiarold A.. Josepb,1
Clarence JE. Lewis English
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Lorenzo Waithe Maurice McLean
Bookbinding Auto Mechanics



Lyle Brown Tailoring






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Romeo G. Miller George Sandiford
Wood Shop Body & Fender


Hugh M. Jones Printing
















Fredrick Roland Wood Shop












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Albert Brownie














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Judith Amedee Commerce 2
seriouss lass who may soon be
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Roy Adamson Pearl Ashley
Auto Mechanics Home Economics
He sees himself as "Nature Boy" She loves to prepare any sumpThis 6-foot he-man tuous dish,
Whose name is Roy. Whether scalloped potatoes or
sauteed fish.













Joseph Bartley ...
Printing
Our artist Bartley won't ask for much; just give him some paint and a slender brush. 2








J hLloyd Bennett
i u i mAuto Mechanics

dTall and lanky" LloydieBennett Unassuming and quiet is Hopes to be a great mechanic.
Gladie,
Who croons the tunes that make us happy.










Ernest Boyce i
Auto Mechanics

He readily cleans with the great- ......
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Arthur Blandford Albert Brownie
Auto Mechanics Printing
II ordaig ihAtu Brownie can be quite Lmphatic
Blanyou r dig, ihAtu When he expounds his.'favorite
Let him always have the last topic.
word.









Evaristo Cantillano A uto Mechanics
If there's anything wrong with your ancient auto, just turn it over to Cantillano






Paulino Castro Clifford Campbell Auto Mechanics
Tailoring His major delight is to drive a
sleek car,
Cliff hopes to play at the New Bta aln ei a bv
York Met,
So he spends many hours on his par.
clarinet.














Albert Cummings Tailoring
Cummings is a q uietla Jhom spaigsestlake quite sad.






Jerdine Clarke Harry Crawford
Tailoring
Home Economics Not a moment is dull, not
his diminutive lass chats on frown is seen,
without end, When Harry appears on the cam3ut she has proved to be a very pus green.
true friend.












Rudolph Doughty Woodwork
Doughty's eagerness to acquire fame
Should teach him how to play the game.








Jean Duncan Valentine De Sousa ho6mes Economics
Tailoring A Charming lass we'll ne'er forget
Otried to have us think him Is Jean who plays the clarinet.
i tough,
But all along 'twas only bluff














Elaine Franklin
Lw Home Economics
She always seems to be walking on air,
This girl who wears clothes with a fanciful flair.








Tio in gu Ernest Franklin
TailringAuto Mechanics
all the students that we know, Ens rnlntist lf
e glibbest of all is Polen Fa- Urnies toanln that's no enouh.
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Milton Goddard
TailoringY
There is nothing that Milton regards more a pest Than a long economic geography test.










Theodore Franklin Olga Hemnmings
Woodwork Commerce
lad ho sems lway in cn.A dainty girl is Olga Hemmings
sive mood, >.Who prefers her clothes with little
hough some say he's only think.- trimmings.
ing of food.














Vincent Ifill
Woodwork
He'd stretch out all day on any lawn, + For his motto is always, "Easy, mawn."



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Alexander Hudson Joyce Jennings
Printing Home Economics
PriningCharming and gay and very
'ild mannered Alex, our aceC
photgrapervivacious;
also n er ball player. Though we must say she's quite
alsoa nmberoneballplaer.loquatious.
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Gwendolyn Layne Commerce
Gwendolyn, our all-round athlete,
is well liked 'cause she's very discreet.
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Edwin Landers Dorothy Letford
Auto Mechanics Home Economics
.dwin Landers is always sure She is perfectly poised and
rhat his grades should have been precise in speech;
one point more. We ofttime wonder if she is
Planning to teach.














Hector Miller
Woodwork
Although he may be small in statureA On the dance floor he cuts quite a figure.






All"Florence Nonnon
Steadman Lumbsden Fo e onon
Tailoring Home Economics
Whenever Flo wears that misSteadman is studious and quite
reserved; chievous look,
reseved;Be sure she's not talking of Oncehis course is set he cannot what's in her book.
be swerved.whtsihebok














Carlos Pernett Commerce
Polite and eager to lend a hand, This lad will go far in any land.









Cromwell Panton Darkland Redwood
,Taiorig Tailoring
A runner, swift and lithe is he, Darkland is most enthusiastic
But would rather lie 'neath a When he trips the light fantastic.
shady tree.
















Hortensia Santamaria
Commerce
Gentle of nature is this Latin miss Who still continues to say I weesh.






Jonathan Robinson Isidro Simpson
Auto Mechanics Auto Mechanics
Our Johnny always seemed Isidro with his sleepy eyes
amused Has proved immune to all
At the things about which others coquettish wiles.
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George Smith Tailoring
Midget, we call him 'cause he's small,
But the tales he can spin are exceedingly tall.








Mordene Small Lloyd Smith
Commerce Tailoring
To find a girl that's most serene, The words roll off his tongue so
Just seek the one that's called fast
Mordene. He always has to make a new
start.




Wilfred Thomas Tailoring
1 A sober youth and taciturn,
Who has never spoken out of Victor Smith turn.
Printing
A tireless worker who is quite
realistic,
'Ihere is naught that can make
hin pessimistic.

















Edgar Williams Printing
A natural jester always prepared ~t o tag a joke on the UNprepared. Fitzroy Songui Woodwork
"Make all work fun and be never angryW
For lifn ers too short,p" says
Fitzroy Songui.
;ii~ii Joyce Warner i~'i
lTlome Economics o:i
Her mastery of the culinary art <
Will pave the way to any man's heart. "












Ulalee Williams
Home Economics
A tall and stately lass is she, This girl we know as Ulalee.

Catherine Welch
Commerce
H warm and friendly personality
Is hidden by that look of
solemnity.













Most Studious




ELAINE AND ALBERT









Best Dressed





JEAN AND CLIFFORD







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DOROTHY AND VICTOR






Most Amusing



FA W F'LORENCE AND EDGAR







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GWNDOLYN AND LLOYD






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We, the Class of '53, being of sound mind and memory (we hope), do hereby, on this third day of June, nine-teen hundred and fiftythree, make, publih, and declare this, our last will and testament as follows:
All our abilities and interests both real and illusory, which we leave, we oiduin and bequeath to members of the Class of '54 for their own use and benefit forever.
Executed at the Rainbow City Occupational High Schoot, Rainbow City, Canal Zone.

ROY ADAMSON willingly leaves his playful attitude to WILFRED MELISE
JUDITH A MEDEE bequeaths with pride her typing ability to CYNTHIA McLEOD.
PEARL ASHLEY leaves her culinary skill to DOROTHY WARNER.
GLADIE A URELIEN wills his quiet disposition to FITZGERALD
B URNHAM.
JOSEPH BARTLEY generously bequeaths his artistic talent to GILBERT THOM PSON.
LLOYD BENNETT wills with no regret his civics book to CARL COVER.
ARTHUR BLANDFORD sadly leave his 'way with the girls" to GEORGE SMALL
ERNEST BOYCE hopefully leaves his mechanical ability to WILTON JONES an'd REYNOLD STEWART.
ALBERT BROWNIE regretfully bequeaths the movie projector to ERNESTO A RCHIBOLD.
CLIFFORD CAMPBELL wills his neatness to SYLVESTER HUNTER.
EVARISTO CANTILLA NO leaves his romantic looks to KEITH CLARK.
PAULINO CASTRO fondly leaves his rhetorical ability to WILFRED McLEOD.
JERDINE CLARK get) erously 'wills her fondness for dancing to PEARL TIMUM.
HARRY CRAWFORD sadly leaves his ability to provoke laughter to CYRIL PESSOA.
ALBERT CUMMINGS bequeaths with no regret his dislike for low haircuts to REGINALD LYNCH.
VALENTINE DE SOUSA leaves with pride his natatorial prowess to LEROY 3OURNE.
R UDOLPH DOUGHTY boastfully leaves his skill on the typewriter to ROBERT
KIRTON
JEAN DUNCAN generously leaves her comliness to JOAN LYNCH and DORIS SEALES.
POLEN FAGOUR regretfully leaves his ability to sing to HUBERT McFA RLA NE.
ELA INE FRA NKLIN generously leaves., her. "blues" style of singing to PATRICIA ELLIS
ERNEST FRANKLIN sadly wills his argumentive attitude to WHITFIFLD GITTENS.
THEODORE FRANKLIN just leaves






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tEC1L FORDE leaves his first base glove to CALVIN JOHINSON.
MILTON GODDARD proudly wills his sartorial ability to ALFRED DAVIS.
ALEX HUDSON bequeaths with pride his photographic ability to GEORGE MA YERS.
JOYCE JENNINGS wills her long fingernails to A4 NIT, A SUTHERLAND and NORMA MILLER.
OLGA HEMMING5 gleefully leaves her baby voice to NORMA FRA MPTON.
EDWIN LANDERS leaves his physical science book to LEOPOLD JOHNSON.
GWENDOLYN L.4 YNE bequeaths with pride her athletic ability to ENA JULIA N.
DOROTHY LETFORD graciously leaves her.charm to EDNA CHIA MBERS.
STEDMAN LUMBSDEN leaves his scholarly appearance to ERIC FORFES.
VINCENT IFILL wills his lackadaisical attitude to WALTER KELLMA N.
IEC',)R MILLER sadly leaves his provocative attitude to GEORGE CLA RxAE.
CROMWELL PANT(OYN leaves his athletic prowess to ROY THOMPSON.
C4 RLOS PERNETT leaves his courtly manners to ALFRED DUTTON.
DARKLAND REDWOOD wills his love of intricate dance steps toLEONARD JORDA N.
IORTEVNS[A SA NTAMARIA leaves her shyness to ANNIE SA NDIFORD.
GEORGE SMITH sorrowfully wills his "John Derek'' appeal to ALVIN YARDE.
VICTOR SMITH bequeaths his commanding voice to CARLOS JOSEPHS
LLOYD SMITH generously leaves his pitching ability to ROYLEWIS.
FITZROY SONGUI wills his playboy attitude to EUSTACE HALL.
WILFRED THOMAS leaves his tendency to grow to WILLIAM GORDON.
JOYCE WARNER bequeaths her seriousness to AQUILA DA VIS.
CATHERINE WELCH wills her slenderness to STELLA PRYME.
EULALEE WILLIAMS bequeaths her height to BEVERLY DREW.
EDGAR WILLIAMS sadly leaves his printing skill to WINSTON. E VERING.
ISIDRO SIMPSON wills with regret his dissenting attitude to FRANK FRANKLIN.
FLORENCE NONNON wills her eccentricities to LILIA SAMUELS.







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Student Association



The Student Association of the Rainbow City High School was organized in August, 1949.
The association is governed by a board of directors composed of representatives who are elected
from each homeroom.
The Student Association has been the nucleus of all extra-curricular activities since it began
to function. It benefits its members by partially financing the many activities in which they
engage. In addition it sponsors several cultural and recreational activities.
The accomplishments of the association can be largely attributed to the indefatigable sponsor,
AMrs. Lucille Williams, who has guided the group since 1949.
The officers for this year were Albert Brownie, president; Wilred McLeod, vice president;
('arlos Malcolm, secretary; Alethia Dudley, assistant secretary; and Jean Duncan, treasurer.
















The Board of Directors



Cervantes Club Spow


The Club N iguel de Cervantes Saavedra, one of the most active clubs of our school, makes
exclusivee use of the Spanish language during all its activities.
Funded October 22, 1948, the club was named in honor of Cervantes, the famous Spanish
writer. As its primary objective, the club encourages the free usage of Spanish and as a result of the assiduous efforts of Mrs. LuciUe Williams, the sponsor, many students have:acquired greater facility in conversational Spanish. By regular presentation of colorful progrfifns students derive cultural and educational benefit. 'On-the-spot study of Panamanian geography, culture, and
customs is made possible through many field trips to the interior of Panama.
The officers for this year were Paulino Castro, president; Edna Stephens, vice president;
Wilfred McLeod, secretary; Fitzgerald Burnham, assistant secretary; Edna Chambers, treasurer;
Jerry Raymond, business manager and reporter.





MUSIC


The Music Department of the Rtinbow City Occupational High School is composed of the School Band under the direction of Mr. R. T. Prescott, and the Glee Club under the direction of Mr. K.. Griffith, with Mrs. V. Duncan, pianist. Besides participating in various school programs, this department provides special entertainment during the Christmas season and Music Week. These programs are becoming increasingly popular and the community looks forward to these activities with great interest. Our school band, although organized this year, has made rapid strides under the tutelage of its capable director. This group is destined to play a major role in the cultural life of our school and community.

























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UP to rig t: Gilbert Thomson, editor-is-che.: Jnith AmEdee S Oo
.meaging editor; Joe Uiicley, art edilo,

The Parrot-the voice of Rainbow City High-came into existence four years ago. Since
then, it has showed steady progress not only in offering a more extensive news coverage of
school activities, but also in improving its general make-up.
The Parrot staff consists of students from grade nine through twelve. The only requireinent for becoming a member of the staff is to have the willingness and the ability to gather news. The sponsor is Miss Sylvia. McDonald.

















Left to right: George Mayers, Judith Amedee, Joe Bartley, Glenda Guerrero, Gilbert Thompson, Jean Duncan, Jerry Raymond, Marlene Campbell, Herbert Brathwaite, Geraldine Hill, and Cailos
Pernett.





Quadrille Club


The latest addition to our list of school organizations is the "Rainbow High Square Steppers which was organized in January of this year by Mrs. Violet Chilcott. The aim of the club is to provide wholesome recreation for its members.. The officers for the year were Darkland Redwood, president; Cyril Pessoa, vice president; Geraldine Hill, secretary; Cynthia Gittene,
assistant secretary; Barbara Clarke, chairlady; Dorothy Letford, business manager.
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Dramatic Club

The Dramatic Club of our school originated in September, 1952, when a group of eleventh
grade students approached Mr. Parker and requested that he sponsor a school club which they hoped would help then satisfy a much felt educational need. After some discussion the students decided that the club should promote programs that would help to develop proficiency in public sp aking, a mastery of language, skill in debating, poise, and an appreciation of modern and
classical literature.
To date, the club has presented two humorous short plays, the sponsorship of writing contests,
an elocution contest, and a short radio play. The members of the club are anticipating an ever increasing excursion into the realms of literature during the next school year. The officers are (Gilbert Thompson, president; Herbert Graham, secretary; Alethia Dudley, assistant secretary;
Cynthia Gittens, treasurer.
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Biology Club

The Rainbow City Biology Club was organized August, 1950, and has since been affiliated
with the Science Clubs of America.
Thie purpose of the club is to foster a deeper appreciation of science and to give each member
an opportunity- to exercise, so far as possible, the skills and abilities he possesses in treating
scientific problems.
The sponsor is Mr. Alfonso Greaves, instructor of biology, who is assisted by the officers of
the club, Eric Forbes, president; Wilfred McLeod, secretary; Gilbert Thompson, librarian;
Geraldine Hill, treasurer; and Carlos Malcolm, reporter.























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Photo Club

One of our oldest organizations is the Photo Club which came into being in 1946, under the
sponsorship of Mr. Haining and the guidance of Mr. Cleveland Ennis. The club provides the students with the opportunity to learn more about photography and to improve the quality of
their photographic work.
One of the major projects of the club each year is to supply pictures for the school yearbook.
The photography for the 1953 Apex was done by Alex Hudson, senior, and George Mayers, junior.
The officers are George Mayers, president; Eric Forbes, vice-president; Dorothy Letford,
secretary-treasurer; Glenda Guerrero, assistant secretary-treasurer; and Alec Hudson, chairman
of the entertainment committee.




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The yearbook staff is greatly indebted to all those persons who contributed in some way to make the publishing of the 1953 Apex possible-our sponsors, who aided us financially; the teachers, who willingly cooperated with us; Mr. Trowers of the Caribe Foto Studio, the parents of the seniors, Mr. H. M. Jones, who supervised the printing which appears in the yearbook; the boys of the tenth grade printing class, and the Yearbook House of Kansas City, Missouri, which handled the publication.
THE STAFF
DOROTHY LETFORD CATHERINE WELCH
DARKLAND REDWOOD JUDITH AMEDEE
LLOYD SMITH HARRY CRAWFORD
JEAN DUNCAN ALEXAi'NDER HUDSON
OLGA HEMMINGS GEORGE MA4YERS ('54)
CARLOS PERNFTT JOSEPH BARTLEY
GEORGE SMITH
Editor: ALBERT BROWNE
Sponsor: MIss SYLVIA MCDONALD









































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Compliments of Compliments of Compliments

Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. of
Frank Jones Hector Connor Miss Eva Tait
Colon, R. P. Colon, R.P. Rainbow City, C. Z.


Compliments Compliments of Compliments
of Mr. & Mrs. of
Mr. Darrell Redwood Halden Cockburn Mr. & Mrs. N. Bryan
Panama, R. P. Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P.

Compliments Compliments Best Wishes
of of from
Mr. & Mrs. of fo
Enrique A Pernett Mr. & Mrs. S. Ballin Mr. 0. Me Kenzie
Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P"


Compliments Compliments Compliments
of of of
Mr. John Surahy Mr. & Mrs. S. Maug6 Mr. J. N. Drummond
Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P. Rainbow City, C.Z.


Best Wishes from Compliments
of
Miss Mr. Firpo Sjogren
Evadney McDermott Mr. Firpo Sjogren
CCmplimznts of Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P.

Mr. Elwin Cabham, Jr.
Best Wishes Best Wishes
Mr. & Mrs. from from
J. N. Letford Mr. Ernest Wattley Mr. Victor Lord

Mr. Leington Bros Panama, R. P. Rainbow City, C. Z.
Mr. Lexington Brookfj


Mr. James Mullins Compliments Compliments
of of
Miss. Ona D. Ellis Mr.Arthur H. Adams Miss Miriam Notyce
Rainbow City,C.Z. Chagres, C. Z
Mr. Allan Searlett ,
Compliments of
AFriend Mr. & Mrs.W. N Arthur
Colon, R. P.










Mayor of the District of Colon RADIO ELECTRONICO MILLER
Radio Parts Sale and
Service
10th St., Colon Theatre Building






PO*i ESS

i Dry Cleaners Jos6 Dominador Bazn Dry Cleaners
I Colon, R. de P.
A True Friend of Our Community Colon, R. de P.
Tel. 1318 5056 Federico Boyd















Oldsmobile

Panama Auto, S.A.
16th St. and Melendez Colon















7~ I~ fa of '53 (~'onf [in~!zL ~Cominpliments of

o/f Local 900
P1 i, ,r "in ( government And Civic Employees
11fier 1 ntr-Amricn, S A.Organizing Committee

Colon, R. P- Affilkated With The
Congress of Industrial

Organizations






"True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the life that now is. It has to do with the whole being, and with the whole period of existence aANA t&M, &4 possible to man. It is the harmonious
development of the physical, the of tI, mental, and the spiritual powers. It
Rainbow City School prepares the student for the joy of
service in this world, and for the nty Band higher joy of wider service in the
world to come."
R. T. Prescott R. F. Haining Congratulations to the members
IDerect"r Sponsor of the 1953 graduating class; may
your training prepare you for a place in the furrows of the world's needs.
Panama Conference of
Seventh Day Adventists











The time to siicceed is when others, I Discoui. 1age(l show traees. of tire. bheattle is fougvht in the homne And woni 'twvixt the flag and 01,-) Autoac
S John Trotwood Moore, Service St-ation

Debonair Social & Sporting Club 1 hS.a~ eedzAeu
Co-on, Rep. of Panama

Leceras niasA MVAN should never be ashamed
LechriasUnidS toknow he has been in the
Wrong, which is b tt saying, in other Avenidla H-errera, No. 4041 words, that he his wiser today than
'he wa~s yesterday. 'Tel fonio 1306 -i Alexander Pope

Apartado 689
Colon, Rep. de Panamd Club Monopoly
IColoni. E. P.


Nltwbieria Bazar
Viena
Bar 3ilgray, Proprietor
h09 1 )LalAxeueM.A. POWVELL, S.A.
Pye Radios
FineFurntur Chrysler Plymouth
Co.~h Club e- CreditFro A ITdi 1 b2 P( 0 1'
Colon, R. P.* Cristobal C. Z. DEILE R


ii~o. ''R( WE~~ ROSTel. 74 Colon, R. de Panarn1



No. 91,36 (1alle 9 y Ave.
Amiador &-ierrero
Telefono 1 082-,J ColonV











P.O. Box 160 Day Calls: Colon For your "daily bread" or
Colon, R.P. Phone 588 specialties for party occasions

e ta Power p54A call on
Mrs. Rachel Aguilera and Co. The People's Bakery
9125 Central Avenue, Colon, R.of P. Arrangements for All Occasions 10th St. and Arosemena Aveniue
Personal Service Prompt Delivery Tel. 380 Colon, R.P.


Carlton Drug Store
& After all is said and done, there
Refreshment Parlor
Refreshment Parlor is only one place to have real jun,
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
Toilet Articles and that place is
Ice Cream, Sodas, Cakes, Etc. "club T
o c ,, ,so ,c t,."Club Tropical"
Pay us a Visit
1002-10th. St.& Federico Boyd Colon, Rep. of Panama
Tel. 255, Colon, R. P.


Buy Your Bread
at the
/ 4Central BakerN

"Heres" Mattress Factory Service is Efficient and Rapid

Colon., R. P. Tel. 1484 Tel.228 Colon,R.P.






Jackson's Steam Laundry Coney Island Restaurant

We specializein cleaning ladies' dresses Joseph Ho Kim, Prop.
and rugs. Colon, Republic of Panama
Tel. 1090 Colon










Congratultions to the Class of '53 !!!! Compliments
of
You have accomplished much of
on life's initial journey. Do not W illiams&Edmunds vacillate from the road to higher attainment Accountants
attainment. 0088i
Staff of and
Camp Bierd and Rainbow City
Clu houses Auditors
C. C. Rowe, Manager Colon Panama

BELIZ & OLLIVIERRE, S. A. Congratulations to Class of '53 BELIZ & OLLIVIERRE, S. A.
from Funeral Directors
Limpiadores Elegante Day and Night Service
Telephone 441
G. C Small, Prop. 7114 Amador Guerrero Ave.
for Pickup anb Home Delivery Services Founded in 1925
Tel. 27, Colon. R. de P. Colon, R. P.
Oth Street & Amlad(lor Guerrero 'Always at your service in the moment of sorrow."

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D E; D I C A T I o 1\1 With sincere affecti0n the graduating class dedicates the 1953 Apex to Mr. Owen B Shirley, 0ur vi c e-principal, wh0 is at present d0ing a year 0f study at the University 0f Minnes0ta. We are truly appreciative of the c0ntinu0us interest he displayed in 0ur welfare and 0f the wh0le-hearted c00perati0n he unstintingly gave thr0ugh0ut 0ur high sch00l career.

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Terry Butl, r Commer c e J fomm U r e n \"(':-/ 1.1 alii-Biology ""h'i" McD o nald Span.-Econ.Geog. .. ])n Soc.SI.-Malh --, \ Horace V. Parker Soc 51.-English Mrs. Sylvia Stoute Science-A rl MfA. Lucille Willi a m s Spanish-English

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Nol Pid14r e d I Cragwpll Sj)anish V iolo D Ullca n Art-Music Il. Vor!" Ma t h Cla rf'IlCf' Lew i s S o c.St. English Rosalee Lowe Asst '0 Pltys Dir. Vot Pi,:lurP.fi Fla dcll M . J osep h s l-[ ome Ec onrmzics Harold A . J o s "phs English

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Lor e nzo Waith e Bookbindin g R omeo G. Mill e r Wood Shop SHOPS Lyl e Brown TailG1ring Hugh M. J o nes Printi ng Fredrick Roland Wood Shop Maurice McLean Auto Mechanics Georg e Sandiford Body & Fender

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, Albert Brow me Vice-Pres'> went Lloyd Smith Business M anager

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Roy Adamson Auto Mechanics .. H esl"fs himself as "Nat.ure Boy" This 6 foot he-man Whose name i s R oy. G ladie A urelilln Wood'work Unassuming and quiet i. Gladie, Who croon& the tunes that make us happy. Judith Amedee Commerce ,f\ la ss who may loon be rich lle cause her work s he doel wi*hout any hitch. Joseph Bartley Printing Our a rtist Bartley w on't ask (or much; Ju!
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Arthur Blandforcl A uta Mechanics In your de.alings wit h Arthur Bla ndford, Let him a lwa y s h a v e the last word. C lifford Campbell Tailoring Cliff hopes to play a t the New York Met, So he s p ends many hour s on his clarinet. Ernest Boyce A uta Mechanics Anything on a car that look s like grease He readily cleans with th e greatest of ease. EvaristC' Cantillano Auto Mechanics If there's anyt hing wrong with your ancient auto, Just t urn it over to Cantiltano. Albert Brownie Printing BrowniE. can be Quite Lmphatic When he expounds his"' f a v orite topic. -Paulino Castro A uta Mechanics His major delight is to drive a slee k car. But as a gallant he is (ar above par.

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Jerdine Clarke Home Economics is diminutive l ass chats on without end, ut has proved to be a very tru(, friend. Valentine De Sousa Tailoring He tritd to have u s think him tough, But all a long 'twas only bluff Albert Cummings Tailoring Cummings is a qu iet l ad Whom speaking see ms to make quite sad. Rudalph Daughty Woodwork Doughty's eagerness to acquire fame Should teach him how to play the game. '-r Harry Crawfard Tailori ng Not a moment is dull, not frown is seen. When Harry appears on the cam pus green. Jean Duncan Homes Economics A charmin g lass we'll ne'er [orgel I s Jea n who plays the c1armet.

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Polen Fageur Tailori n g alilhe s tud ents tha t we know, e glibbest o f all is Polen Fa. g o ur Theodore Franklin Woodwork A l a d S ee m s a lways i n p e n sive m oo d som e say 'h e s only think Ing o f f oo d Elaine Franklin Home Economics S he a lwa ys, see m s to be w a lk i n g on air, This girl who w ea r s cl o thes with a f a n c i f ul fla i r Milton Geddard Tailoring There I S nothin g tha t Milto n r e gard s m o r e a pe s t Tila n a lon g ec o n o mi<.. g eogr aphy test. Ernes t Franklin Auto M e chanics E rnest Fra nkl i n t ri e s t o b luff U n til h e s told t hat's n o t e n o u g h Olg a Hemmings Commerce A dainty g irl i s Olga H e mm i n gs Who pref e r s h e r cloth es with littl e trimmings.

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-, Alexander Hudson Printing mannered Alex, our ace photographer, a number one b all p layer. J<:dwin Landers Auto Mechanics i Landers i s a l ways slIre I s h o u l d h ave been one p oint m orc. Vincent Ifill Woodwork H e'd stretch out all day on any lawn, For hi s motto i s a l ways, "Easy, m a wn." Gwelldo l y u Layne Commerce Gwendolyn, our all-oround athI c te, i s wdllikcd 'caus e s h c 'svcr y di s creet. J oyce Jennings Home Economics Channing and gay a nd very viv acio us; Tho u g h we must say she's quite loquatiou s. Dorothy Letford Home Economics Sht.. is perfectly poi se d and precist in s p eech ; We ofttime wonder if she is planning to teach.

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Steadman Lumbsden Tailoring Steadman is s tudiou s and quite reserved; Once his course is set he cannot be swerved. j '-Cromwell Panton Tail oring A runner, swift and lithe i s he, But would rathe r lie neath a s hady t r ee. Hector Miller Woodwork Alth v u g h he may be s m all in stature, On th e dance floor h e cutsqui te a figure Carlo s P e l'llett Commerce P olite and eage r t o l e nd a hand This l a d w ill go far in any land: Floren(;e Nonnon Horne Economics Whenever Fl o wears that mi s chievous l oo k, Be Sli f e s he's not t.,1.lking of what' s i n h e r book. Darkland Redwood Tailoring Darkland is most enthusiastic Whe n h e trips the l i ght fantas tic. I

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Jonathan Robinson A 1110 M Our Johnn y alwa y s s eemed amused Atth e thing s about which other s fumed. Mordene Small Commerce To find a girl that's most serene Just seek the orie t hat's called Mordene. Hortensi a Santamaria Commerce Gentle of nature is this Latin miss Who s till continues to say I "wC(:sh." George Smith Tailoring M idget, we call him c a u s e he's s mall, Dut the tales he can sp in are exceeding l y tall. / I sidro S impson Auto Mechanics I sidr o with his sle e py eye s Has pro v e d immune to all c oqu ettish wiles. ( Lloyd Smith Tailoring The words roll off his tongue s o fa s t, H e alwa y s has to make a new start.

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Vic t o r Smith P r i nt i ng : \ tireles s wo rker wh o i s quite rcali s t i c There i s naught t h a t can make him pessimistic. 'J. Fit z roy So n g ui Wood work "j'vl ake all work fu n and be n eve r ang r y F o r life's t oo S hOft," says Fitzroy Song u i. I Catherine W e l c h Commerce A warm and fri endl y p e rsonalit y I s hidd e n by t hat l o o k of so fl;'mnity. Joyce Warner f-]ome Economics H e r master y o f t h e c ulin a r y art \ Vi!! pave t h e wa y to a n y m an's heart Wilfre d Thomas Tailoring A sober yo u t h and taciturn, W h o has never spohn out o f turn. f Edgar Williams Printing A n atura l jest e r a lways prepare d 1 0 tag a j o ke o n the UNpreparf;d. U I a I ee Williams Hom e Economics A tall a n d s t a t e l y la ss i s s h e, This g irl w e kn o w a s Ulal ee

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HALltJ fAM[ Most Studious -0-ELAINE AND ALBERT Best Dressed -0-JE.\N AND CLIFFOR:J

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Friendliest -0-DOROTHY AND VICTOR Most Amusing --0-FLORENCE AND EDGAR

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Best Looking -0-MORDENE AND EVARISTO Most Popular -0-CATHERINF. AND HARRY

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Most Athletic -0--CWZNDOLYN AND LLOYD ( Best Dancers -0-JOYCE AND RUDOLPH

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We, the Class of '53, beint of s oun d mind and memory (we hope), do hereby, on this third day of June ni",I"" hundred and fiftylhree, make, publi,h, and declare this, our last will and tes tament as follows: All our abilitie s and intere sls both real an d illu s ory, which we leave, we old"in and bequeath" to members of the Class of '54 for their own us< and benefit forever. Exe cuted at the Raillbow City Occupational High School, Rainbow City, Canal Znne. ROY ADAMSON willingly leaves hi s playful attitude to WILFRED MEUSE JUDITH AMEDEE bt>qu eat h s wit.h pride h e r typing ability to CYNTHIA McLEOD. peARL ASHLEY leav es h e,. culinary skill to DOROTHY WARNER. GLADIE A URELIEN will s his quiet disposition to FITZGERALD RURNHAM. JOSEPH BARTLEY generously b eq ueath his artistic talent to GILBERT THOMPSON. LWYD BENNETT will s with no r e gret his civics book to CARL COVER. ARTHUR BLANDFORD sadly I.ave his "way with the girls to G EORGE SMALL ERNEST BOYCE h o pefull) I.av es hi s mechanical ability to WILTON JONES and REYNOLD STEWART. ALBERT BROWNIE re. gret.full.v beque.ths t he movie proj ecto r to ERNESTO A RCHIBOLD CLIFFORD CAMPBELL wills hi s neatn ess to SYLVESTER HUNTER. EVARISTO CANTILLANO leav es hi s romantic looks to KEITH CLARK. PA ULI NO CASTRO fondl) le.ves hi s rhetoric.'! ability to WILFRED McLEOD, JERDINE CLARK g ene r o u sl," w ill her fondness for danc ing to PEARL TIMM. HARRY CRA WFORD s adly le"v.s his ability to provok e laughter to CYRIL PESS OA, ALBERT CUMMINGS heqlleath s with n o regret his dislike for low haircuts to REGINALD LYNCH. VALENTI NE DE SOUSA I.ave, with prid e his natatorial prowess to LEROY '30URNE. RUDOLPH DOUGHTYbo ll,tf ully l eaves hi s skill on t h e typewriter to ROBERT KIRTON JEAN DUNCAN generously l e av es her comliness to JOAN LYNCH and DORIS SEALES. POLEN FAGOUR regretfully leaves hi. abilit.y to sing to HUBERT M cFARLANE. ELAINE FRANKLIN generously leav es h e r blues" s tyl e of singine to PATRICIA ELLIS ERNEST FRANKLIN Badly wills hi s arg)lmentive attitude!.o WHITFIELD GITTENS. THEODORE FRANKLIN juslle.v,.

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nXIL FORD!!.leav hi" fir,t I","" glov,' to CALI"!A JOIlNSON. M ILTON GODDA RlJ proudly will" h i "artorial IIhility to ALFRED DA V IS. ALEX l1 UDSON 1)(''1\1('.lh with prid .. Iii. phntnKr:1phi IIbilit) to GEORGE .1111 YERS . JOYCE JENNINGS will s Iwr lin W'nlail, to A N!T.I SUTIlERLAND and NORMA M !LLER. OLGA HEMA(IXG'; leal" S h r bllb.,' voi ee t.o NORMA FRAMPTON. ED WIN LA NDER:; I "av('" his [,hysi",,1 sc i(,I "'(, bnok tn LEOPOLD JOHNSON. GWENDOLYN [,.4 YNE bequeaths with pride Iwr at.hl et i c ability to ENA JULIAN. DOROTHY LETFORD graciou s l) leave., her, dIU rill to EDNA CfJ A MBERS. STEDMAN LUMBSDEN 1 .. 8n', hi sc h o larl .\' appearance' t.o ERIC FORNeS. VfNCENF !FILL will s hi, \:wkadaisie,,1 attitud,' In WALTER KELLMAN. ifEC!'.) R MLLER sadly l ea,'e" hi s provoeat i,." att.itude to GEORGE CLA RI\Ji. CROMWELL PANT()A kan" hi s athl('(i" prow.BRto ROY TflOMPSON C 4 RLOS PERNErT l eaves his courtly ""mners t n ALFRED DUTTON. DARKLAND REDWOOD wills hislov. ofintri('alp dane. stop, toLEONARD JOIWA S. !/ORrENS!, 1 SANTAMARIA l e av es her shyn ,' ,., to ANNIE SANDIFORD. GEORGE SMITII ,orrowfully wills his J ohn Derek appeal t
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Student Association 'I'h. Student Association of the Rainbow City High School was organized in August, 1949. Tbe a ssoci ation i s governed by a board of directors composed o f r e presentatIves who are elected from rach hom e r oom. . .. . The Stndent Association ha s been the nucleus of all e.xtra-currlCular ,sInce began to fun c ti o n. It b e n efits its m e mbers by partially financmg the actIvItIes m whlCh they rn addition it sponso r s seve ral cultural and activities. . The acco mplishments of the association ca n be largely attrIbuted to the mdefatlgable sponsor, .. Lu c ill e William s, who has guided the group. s ince 1949.. ., The o ffic ers for this yea r were Albert Browme presId e nt; Wll.fred McLeod VlCe president, Cnrlos s ecretary; Alethia Dudley, assistant secretary; and Jean Duncan, treasurer. The Board of Directors Cervantes Club Th" Club igucl de Cervantes Saavedra, one of the most active club. of our school, mak .. use o f the Spanish l anguage during all ita activities. Odober 22, 1948 the club was named in honor of Cervantes, the famous Spanish writer. i ts primary objective th e c lub encourages the free u sage of Spanish and as a result of the assiduou:3 efTt)fts or Mrs. Lucille \Villiam s, the sponsor, many students have : acquired greater facility in ennversiltional Spanish. By regular presentation of co lorful programs students derive ('ulturnl nlHl f"lucational b e nefit. On-the-spot study of Panamanian geography, cuiture, and c ustom is made possible through many field trips to the interior of Panama. The officers for this year were Paulino Castro, president; Edna Stephens, vice -president; \Vilfrf'd M cLeod, ser retary; Burnham, assistant secretary; Edna Chambers, treasurer; Jerry husinf'R.'3 manager and reporter

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MUSIC The Music Department of the Rlinbow City Occupat i o nal High School is compooed of the Sehool Band under the dire c tion of Mr. R. T Prescott and the Glee Cluh under the direction of Mr. K V. Griffith, with Mrs. V Dllllcan, pianist. B id es participating in variou s s.hool programs this depa.rtment provide::! special ent e rtainm e nt during the Christmns Beason and Music W .. k. These pro grams are becoming incroasingl; popular and the community looks forwaril to the .. activities with great interest. Our school band although organized this year, h .. marle rapid stride. under the tutelage of it. capabl e (lirector. This gruup is uc.tined to playa major role in the cultuml lif. of our 8 0 hool and community. l", .. A 1( .......... ,n SCHOOL BAND GLEE CLUB

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ROT l.tft 10 Gilbert Thomson. edilor-irt-,IIU/ .: In.tith Amedeo _714,l .. edito,; J 00 lh[tiey, MI edi/o. if'URE,1953 Sponsor The Parrot the voice of Rainbow City Hign-came mto existence four years ago. Since tht':ll, it hBB showed steady progress not only in offering a more extensive news coverage of dchool activities, but slRo in impr ov ing its make-up. The Parrot staff consists of students from grade nine through twelve. The only require ment for becoming a member of the staff is to have the willingness and the ability to iather new . Th e spo nsor is Mi88 Sylvia. M cDo nald. Left to ,ight: George May ers, Judith Amedee, Joe Bartley Glenda Guerrero, Gilbert Thompeon Jean Dun ca n, Jerry Raymond Marlene Campbell, Herbert Brathwaite, Geraldine Hill and Callos Pernett.

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Quadrille Club Tile lat".t addition to our list of ""hool organizations is the Rainbow High Square Stepper.' whi"h was organized in January of this year by Mr . Violet Chilcott. The aim of the club i:-, t.o provide whoh'solTlc recr e ation for its members, The officers for the year were Darkland Redwood pr(>.sident.; Cyril Pessoa, vice president; Geraldine Hill, secretary; Cynthia Gittens afolsistant .... ('('f(>tary; Barbara Clarke, (>.hairlady; business manager. SPonso, Dramatic Club 'I'll<' UrMlIlati" Club of our school originated in September, 1952 when & group of eleventh wade student s approached Mr. Parker and requested that he sponsor. school club which they h o ped would help them sat.isfy a much relt educational need. After some discussion the studenll! decided that. the club should promot e programs that would help to develop proficiency in public aking ; a m:lst,uy of language skill in d ebatini, poise and an appreciation of modern and c lassical iit e raturt'. To date, tile club has presented two humorous short plays, the sponsorship of writing contesu<, an elocution c ontest and a short radio play. The members of the club are anticipating an ever into the realms or literature during the next school year. The officers are Gilb ert Thompson president; Herbert Graham, secretary; Alet.hia Dudley 1 assistant secretary; Cynthia Gittens, t.Tf'RSllrer. SPOIlSOf'

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Biology Club Tht' Rainb o w Uity Biolog y C lub was organized August, 1950 and has sinc e been affiliated with t h e Sc i e nce CiubR o f Ameriea. Till" purpo se o f the club i s to tos t e r a deeper appreciation of science and to give each member an oPP O l'tunit y to c;u r c i s c s o far as po ss ible the s kills and abilities he pos s esses in treating sc ien t ifi c pr oble m s The sp:JIBo r i s Mr. Alfon so Gr e aves, instructor of bio logy, who is assisted by the officers of tlw club, Eri c Forbe s, pre s id ent; Wilfred McLeod s e c retary; Gilbert Thompson librarian; Gf':raldinc [lill tre ; l s urpr; and Carlos Ma.lcolm, reporter. Photo Club Preside'll .... ....1 On(' of our olde s t organizations is the Photo Club which came into being in 1946 under the s p o nsor s hip of Mr. Haining and the guidance of Mr. Cleveland Ennis. The club provides the st udcn ts wit h th o o pp o r t unity to learn more about photography and to improve the quality of t.h e ir photographic work. On e of th e major pr ojec ts of th e club each year is to supply pictures for the school yearbook The ph o tography I'or the 1953 Apex was done by Alex Hudson senior, and George Mayers, jun-I nr. 1'1](' offic ers arc George Mayer s president; Eric Forbes vice-president; Dorothy Letford, Glenda Gu e rrero assi stant secr e tary-t.r e asurer; and Al e c Hudson, chairman n r til<.' e llt<'ftainm ent c ommittee.

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Mr. Jones and the t enth grade boys who also worked on the Apex:. The f utllr e nuto-mechanict lire Maria Reid and part of her office practic. "'l.!l8d rho twelfth grad. printing class who worked on the Apex Our senior earpenten Our .enior tailors

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Our shop boys are working on home economlc ca\Jineb Jean and Clifford pIa,. their favorite dUtt Burry at the lockers, bo,.., UUr camel'tt!J)tn, Alec and (Jeorre Wilton i. too buoy to look oilr "Ai. Sto" ."a.Y those booloebefore tne buzzer ounds, Carl.

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Our eleveth grade typing team having lunch at. La Uoco l),n' t watch us, R e ynold! Watch Ernest and Evo shihe the car in e,,,noAt. I George" shoots" the junior high buildinc, ""n-vn" man fascinates the school crowd

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The thro e mu s k e t e er s-Rudolph, Cliff o rd, and Harry The cornu c opia i. n:nnintoTI"f Olga the girl with the lovely 8mil e Theod o r e i s about to (live U N a tunc.

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AT (HEPO and PANAMA VIEJO Don't fall in JeanandJe1'r7o Posin. time! So you gave apt The fish refll8ed to enter the p&J:11 r Teotista is intoxicated brfu;Chei;;:. au. AI. big appetite after a dip in the ril'ft Chowtime

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AT PANAMA VIEJO is aurrounded by beauties Wilfred, the bronco buster i> The ruiIlll of th e old down at them. 'Los Jinetes, "Reynold and Herbert

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The battery : Joe .nd Alec Gladie and Joe get set tod h down the track.

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(' Stall Albert Browne c;:Ifaknowl,Jgenuntj. The yearbook staff is greatly indebted to all those persons who c0.atributed in some way to make the publishing of the 1953 Apex possible-our sp0ns0rs, wh0 aided us financially; the teachers, who willingly c00perated with us; Mr. Trowers of the Caribe F0t0 Studi0, the parents 0f the Mr. H. M. Jones, wh0 supervised the printing which appears in the yearb00k; the b0yS 0f the tenth grade printing class, and the Yearbo0k H0use of Kansas City, Missouri, which haudled the publicati0n. THE STAFF DOROTHY LETFORD DARKLAND REDWOOD LLOYD SMITH CATHERINE WELCH JUDITH AMEDEE HARRY CRAWFORD JEAN DUNCAN ALEXA80ER HUDSON OLGA HEMMINGS GEORGE M ,YERS ('54) CARLOS PER NETT JOSEPH BARTLEY GEORGE SMITH Editor: ALBERT BROWNE Sponsor: MISS SYLVIA McDM1ALD

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Compliments of Compliments of Compliments Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. of Frank Jones Hector Connor Miss Eva Tait Colon, R. P Colon, R.P. Ra.inbow City, C Z. Compliments Com pli11lcnts ?f Complim en t s of Mr. &Mrs. of Mr. Darrell Redwood Halden Cockburn Mr. & Mrs. N. Bryan Panama. R. P Colon, R. P. Oolon, R. P. Compliments Compliments Best Wishes of of from Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. S. Ballin Mr. O Me Kenzie Enrique t\ Pernett Colon, R. P. Col
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of t he D istrict of CO\(!lIl Jose Dominador B\lzan I A '.1'1'11(1 Fl'i e nd of Onl' C Olilmunity I RADIO ELECTRONICO MILLER Radio Parts Sale and Service lOth St., Co lon Theatre BniJding ss L-'-.I Dry Cleaners C olon, R. de p, J I T el. 13U\ 5 056 F e derieo Boyri --___ ,"--'-'-_. ______ Oldsmobile Panama Auto, S.A. 16th St, and Melendez Colon .------

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( 7 om/2Lil72E'l2h Of Plizm' Inter-American, S. A. Colon, R. p. -_ .. _-of thE-RainD@w City School COil1munity Band 11.. T. Dpl'e c t( )!' Haining I SpOilsor I I r:J 0 thE-{!/aH of '53 Co mptiments oj Local 900 G0Vel'l1ment And Civic Empl0yees Organizing Committee AjJil1.Gted With The Congress of Industrial Organizations "True educati0n means more than the lJursual 0f a certain eourse of study. It means m'1r e than a preparation for the life that now IS. It has to d0 with the whole being, and with the whole period of existfnlce possible to man. It is the harll10nie>ns d evelopment of the physh.:al, the mental, and the spiritual powers. It prepares the student for the joy of service in this w0rld, and for the higher joy of winer service 111 the I world to come." (Jongratu Ia.tions to the members of the 1\J53 graduating class; may your training prepare Y0U for a place in the furrows of the world's neer ls. Panama Conference of Seventh Day Adventists ---,-, -

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The tillle to SlllTet'd i o ",hen others, I':ihow tl'l.t't\l' of tire. The haitltl i frlll.L:'ht ill t h e hOIl ... strekl, And W()ll 'twixt t h e fbg alld t il" J nlzn T rolwootl Moore Debonair Social & Sporting Club e() 'on. R e p of Panama -------Lecherias U nidas H erre r a No HJ41 T e l NOllo 13(1) -.J A pa rtado (it)\:l Col6n, Rep. de Panama I ----1 M ue b l eria B azar Vi ena Ha'T)' Hilgray. l'ro]>I'ietor tiO!U B o li var AnHllle Pye Radios Fi ne Furniture Cn.'h Cluh -t Credit --A pt
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P.O. Box 160 Colol1, RP. Day Calls: Oolon Phone 588 eedlzat SM/t Mrs. Rachel Aguilera and Co. 9125 Central .A venue, Colon, Rof r. Arrangements for A II Occasions Personal Service Prompt Delivery I ._-.. _-Carlton Drug Store & Refreshment Parlor Drugs, Patent Medic i nes Toilet .Artides I ce C ream Sodas, Cakes. Ek. Pay us a V isit 1002--10th. St. &; Federico Boyd Tel. 255, Colol1, R P. . -_._--. -"Heres" Mattress Foctory Col on, R P. Tel. 1484 ---... ------Jackson's Steam Laundry We speciaiizein cleaning ladies' dresses and rugs. Tel. 1090 -Oolon For YJur "daily bread" or specialtips for party occasions call 011 I. The People's Bakery i loth St. and A rOS8m O nu, A V eil ue I I Tel. 380 Colon. RP. I -----I I I After aU is said and done. there I is only one place to h ave r eal }2111, and that place 1.S "Club Co l on Rep of Panama -----_. -._-"--_ Buy Your Bread at the Central Baker:v Service is Efficient and Rapid Tel.228 Colon,R. P. .. -(oney Island Restaurant Joseph Ho Kim, Prop. Cololl Repllblie of Panama I

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COI1!'.ralul,e lions IG th e Class of '53 IIII I }" 011 hav e 'Lccomplis h ed Ullll' h on init.ial jOllrn ey. Do not v"cilla.te from the roa.rl to hi g her attainlllent. Staff of C3mp Bier d and Rainbow City C lubhouses U. U. Howe, Manage r . ------------1 C?1Igratu.ia tions 10 Class of '53 from Ilimpiadores Elegante C G Small, Prop. for Pi(lwp allii J[ome Delivery Services Tel. Colon. H. d e P. Jth t'1"reet & A lIlacio!' G-Ilerre ro .. ------Almacen Electrico Alberto R Stevenson Elrclriml Supplies &" R efrigeration Cash, Credit & Club System AIe Bolil a r N o 7110 T el. 31lil Apt. 731 --_ . -.. ---Cn rtesta. Farmacia Darien J. E. Solis & Cia. Ltdo. Calle 11 Y Avt'. Balboa 1\0.10.087 Apa!'bHlo 252 T e l e fono 511 (Jol oll. H. de P. Compliments of Williams&Edmunds Accountants and Auditors Co l o n Panama BELIZ & OLLIVIERRE, S, A, Funeral Directors Day :md Night Service T elephone 441 7114 Amador Guerrero Ave. Founded in 1925 Oolon, R P. "Always at your service in the morn en' of sorrow t I P.O. Box 286 Telepbone Oolon. RP. Ool on 848 C.Casullo Jeweler "Mid o Multifort" Super-Automatic Sole A gent of World's Most Solicited Watches ------.-----.. --. Smoot & Hunnicutt, S.A. Chevrolet Buick G olon, RP.

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