The Apex: Silver City Occupational High School Yearbook

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Administration


Sigurd E. Esser
Supt. of Schools


Roger W.
Asst. Supt.
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Collinge
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Charles A. Dubbs
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Roscoe F. Haining
Principal


Owen B. Shirley
Asst. Principal


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Mrs. Christine Tull
Supv. Home Econ.


Robert McCullough
Shop Supervisor


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Because you have worked so willingly and assidiously to
make our school life happy as sponsor of the Student Asso-
ciation, and because we regard you so fondly, the Senior Class
dedicates its 1954 APEX to you.




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Science-Mathematics
L. to R: Allan Forte, Mrs. Sylvia Stoute, Mrs. Viola
Duncan, Wilmoth Morrison.


SHome Economics
Mrs. Mildred Bolt, Mrs. Violet. Chilcott





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Romeo Miller Webster, Cli


harold Adams, BaailJo Cragwell


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English-Social Studies
uBoia Andrewd, Harold Josephs, Audley
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Spanish, Science, English
L. to R: Alfonso Greaves, Sylvia McDonald, Horace
Parker, Mrs. Lucille Williams, Cleveland Ennis.


Music
Reginald T. Prescott


Library
Kenneth V. Griffith


Commerce
Spencer Josephs, Terry Butler.


Home Economics
Elsinora Lynch, Fladell Josephs(not pictured)


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Teacher-Clerk
Dorothy Peat


Shops
L. to R: George Sandiford, Hugh
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L. to R: Wilfred MeLeod, President; Edna Stephen, Se-
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Printing


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Ernesto Archibold
Woodwork


Julian Babb
Commerce


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Barbara Bryan
Home Economics


Leroy Bourne
Commerce


Fitzgerald Burnham
Auto Mechanics


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Keith Clarke
Tailoring


David Caton
Painting


Carl Cover
Commerce


Victor Clarke
Auto Mechanics


Edna Chambers
Home Economics


Alfred Davis
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Patricia Ellis
Home Economics


Beverley Drew
Commerce


Eric Forbes
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Winston Evering
Printing


Alfred Dutton
Auto Mechanics


Frank Franklin
Woodwork


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Dolores Grazette
Home Econrmics


Norma Frampton
Home Economics


Sylvester Hunter
Commerce


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Eustace Hall
Prinlting


William Gordon
Tailoring


Calvin Johnson
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Leopold Johnson
Woodwork


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Carlos Joseph
Printing


Roy Lewis
Tailoring


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Walter Kellmanr.
Tailoring


Leonard Jordan
Commerce


Seaymoore Lowe
Commerce


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Cynthia McLeod
Commerce


Joan Lynch
Home Economics


George Mayers
Auto Mechanics


Wilfred McLeod
Aut9 Mccharics


Hubert MeFarlane
Tailoring


Wilfred Melise
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Norma Miller
,' o.j7c Economi"cs


Emiliana Mulatre
Home Economics





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Rita Myers
Home Economnics


Edward Nevers
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Anastacia Mulatre
Home Economics


Cyril Pessoa
Commerce


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Stella Pryme
Commerce


Annie Sandiford
Home Economics


Mearily Simon
Home Economics


Doris Seales
Commerce


Lilia Samuels
Home Economics


George Small
Tailoring
















Gilbert Thompson
Printing


Edna Stevens
Commerce


Reynold Stewart
Auto Mechanics


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Roy Thompson
Tailoring


Anita Sutherland
Home Economics


Nathan Thomas
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Pearl Tinim
Commerce


Adrienne Verley
Home Economics


Alvin Yarde
WJoodwork


William Vernon
Tailoring


Dorothy Warner
Home Economics


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Brooklyn, New York



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Fort Clayton, C.Z.


Pfc. Dudley Wedderburn
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Fort Dix, New Jersey


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Pvt. Gilbert Francis
Killed in action in
Korea on the 29th of
March, 1953








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Most Talented JOAN
A boy should never be alone
When the sun goes down;
He needs a girl like Joan
When evening comes around.
That girl with dimpled cheeks and face petite.
And curly hair and voice so sweet.
'Tis heaven when her nearness brings
Fragrance of the coining spring.
Her "country" beauty like a rose
Has bloomed and blossomed in a world morose.
That dark-eyed maiden of chocolate hue,
That dark-haired lass of heart so true.
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George
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We, the class of'54, being of sound mind and memory (we hope), do hereby, or
this Ahird day of June, nineteen hundred and fifty four, make, publish, and declare
this, our last will and testament as follows:
All our abilities and interests, both real and illusory, which we leave, we :r.d:zin
and bequeath to members of the class of '55 for their own use and benefit forever.
Executed at the Rainbow City Occupational High School, Rainbow City, Canal
Zone.
Lilia Hilton sadly leaves her argumentative attitude to Emily Holder.
Leonard Jordan leaves his patience when solving formulas to Herbert Brathwaite.
Beverly Drew hopefully leaves her skill on the piano to Claudette Perch.
Patricia Ellis generously leaves her Doris Day mood of singing blue; to
Alethia Dudley.
Alfred Davis wills his ability to toot a trumpet to Faustino Cantillano.'
Cyril Pessoa leaves his interest in government to IherbertGraham.
David Caton hands down his calm composure to Ernesto Montes.
Edna Chambers bequeaths her large, lovely, brown eyes to Norma Bennett.
RoyLewis regretfully hands down his batting eyes to the garrulous Oscar Myri).
Anita Sutherland generously leaves her manner of good grooming to Alicia Forde.
Dorothy Warner wills her interest in playing baseball to Sylvia Gylas.
Walter Kellman leaves his ability to play soccer to Albert Barton.
Edna Stephens leaves her Cervantes Domination to Sylvia Manuel.
Wilfred McLeod hands down his ability to run machine tools to Edward
McDonald and Arthur Dawkins.
Joan Lynch bequeaths her love for classical music and playing of the piano to
Lorna Williams
Seaymore Lowe generously wills his love for square dance to Alfred Goddard.
Barbara Bryan leaves her strong pronunciation of the English accents to
Yvonne Spence.
Doris Seles wills her long silky black hair to Teotista Perea.
George Mayers fondly leaves his devotion to lenses and lighting effects (pho-
tography) to Jerry Raymond.
LeroyBourne proudly wills his book-keeping ability to Mari2n Duncan.
Adrienne Verley wills her quietness to Gloria Muir.
Emiliana Mulatre leaves her love for dancing rhumba to Syl&'ia Johnson.
WinstonEvering leaves his love for collecting musical records to Carios Malcolm.
Frank Franklin leaves his ability to sweep long fly balls from the air to
Jotham William.
Crlvin Johnson wills his interest in prize fighting to Charles Blackman.
Sylvester Hunter generously bequeaths his ability to get along with the girls
to Cecil Quinlan.
Carl Cover leaves his shorthand ability to Catherine Jones
Cynthia McLeod leave her book-keeping text book to Cynthia Ennis.
Keith Clarke hands down his devotion to dance steps to Sebert Griffith.
Mearily Simon wills her interest in taking and developing pictures to Geral-
dine UHill.
Victor Clark leaves his ability to fit a man-sized body into a pint-sized pair of
pants to Oliver Clarke.
Eric Forbes bequeaths his studiousness to George Sewell.
Rita Myers bequeaths her humourous attitude to Vilmu. Watson.
Norma Frampton leaves her stateliness in walking to Jean Welch.
Alvin Yarde leaves his unusual ability to eke humor out of a barren joke to
Rudolph Ranger.
Fitzgerald Burnham wills his ability to ignite a spark of liveliness in the dullest
gathering to Robert Allen.
Gilbert Thompson wills his ability in poetry writing to Phil A rchibold.
Edward Aevers leaves his ability to harass big guys without getting hurt to
Oscar Harrison.
Stella Pryme leaves her answers in civics to Norma Evering.





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Carlos Holligan hands down his effective craftiness against softball batters to
Edwardo Manning.
Dolores Grazette leaves her singing of calypsos to Loraine Gittens.
Hubei t MacFarlane bequeaths his tenor voice to Lester Davis.
Wilfred Melise hands down his general aggressiveness to Ralph Roper.
Norma Miller wills her quadrille dance ability to Daisy Miller.
Doreen Barrows leaves her reservedness to Peggy King.
Reynold Stewart bequeaths his ability to keep a tool room neat to Brisefio Manuel
Leopold Johnson leaves his resourcefulness in finding excuses to Lansen Brown.
George Small leaves his good grooming to Clement Coward.
Annie Sandiford leaves her .seriousness to Ruth Redman.
Anastasia Mulatre leaves her love for domesticity tb Janet Thomas.
Pearl Timm wills her love for dancing "mambo" to Cynthia Bayne.
Alfred Dutton leaves his soft chuckle to Nicholas Canmeron.
Nathan Thomas wills his south-of-the-border attitude (relaxing Mexican) to
Malthus Dutton.
Ernesto Archibold bequeaths his ability in wood work to Joseph Innis.
Eustace Hall bequeaths his aspirations to become king of golfers to Ramon
A lston.
Julian Babb wills his swimming ability to Charles White.
William Gordon leaves, his ability to make sport shirts to Earl Russell.
Roy Thompson leaves his artistic touch to Earl Bennett.











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First Row: Daisy Miller, Charles White, Alice
Thompson, Oliver Clarke, Vilma Watson, Earl
Whittaker.

Second Row; Gloria Muir, Herbert-Graham,
Ethlyn Haynes, Bricefio Manuel, Marion Dun-
can, Earl Bennett.


Third Row: Gloria Mayers, Oscar Myrie, Pauline
Laing, Alberto Barton, Geraldine Hill. Selwyn
Lawrence.

Fourth Row: Peggy King, Phil Archibold, Yvonne
Spence, Clement Coward, Icilda Williams, Robert
Allen.





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Fiist Row: Gloria Holder, Oswald Walker, Ruth
RIedman, Ernest Montes, Norma Bennet, Lester
Davis.
Second Row: Sylvia Gyles, Carlos Burke, Lorna
Willamnis, Keith Gordon, Daphney Johnson, Mc-
Vinn Gibbs.


Third Row: Emily Holder, Earl Russell, Janet
Thomas, ILennon Ashley, Jean Welch, Carlos
Blackman.
Fourth Row: Norma Evering, Alphonso BarnetV,
Gwendolyn Forde, Wilton Rennie, Cynthia Savage
Victor Cafiate.


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First Row: Sylvia Johnson, Edwardo Manning
Nellita Bent, Ralph Roper, Teotista Perea.
Second Row: Alethia Dudley, Levi Ward, Alicia
Ford, George Hinds, Cynthia Innis.


Third Row: Sylvia Manuel, Jerry Goddard
Catherine Jones, Jeremiah Reid, Mable Hoy.
Fourth Row: Edwin Kelly, Bernice Burnham,
George Sewell, Cynthia Gittena, Ramon Alston.








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Oh, oh, our tourists listen to the guide as they
go through the Cut.


Roy, W\illiam, Carl, Hubert,
and Julian wrestle over one cupcake!
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Our seniors leave the lerrv
after transittjngGaiTlhrd Cut.


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Wilfred .nd Sylvia share a glass of soda
.it the La Boca Clubhouse.


Mr. Greaves and his biology hikers pause to
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It is a sunny morning in the year 1969. Glancing at the calendar, I remember
that fifteen years ago on this very day, June 2, the sixth c.)Immnencement exercises
of RCOHS took place. What has become of my fifty-eight classmates ? What have
they accomplished ? These question will be answered during the investigating tour
which I am about to start. After having breakfast at Lowe's Resturant. I am on my
way.
Well, it is now seven o'clock. The Morning Eagle, edited by the genial news-
man Gilbert Thompson, is already being delivered to its readers. Theae early hours
find Sergeant Ernesto Archbold patrolling the streets of Panama in a police car.
Rising with the sun and bustling off to their offices are prominent businessmen
Fitzgerald Burnham and Leonard Jordan. Sylvester Hunter, a clerk of the Fenton
insurancee Company, is just passing the 'Teen Styles Dress Comihpany" where Annie
Sandiford, Lilia Samuels, Emiliana Mulatre and Dolores Grazette--all employees of
this establishment--are already enveloped in the pleasant hum of sewing machines.
Two blocks away hairdresser Adrienne Verley is opening her beauty shop. Alfred
DI)avis, before rehearsing his band, speaks with trumpeter Julian Babb about the
regularity with which jockey Victor Clarke pilots winners across the finish line at
at the Juan Franco race track.
In a hall on the building where Cyril Pessoa, attorney at law, has his office,
a group of social workers, among whom are Joan Lynch, Barbara Bryan, Meanrily
Simons ond Norma Frampton are discussing ways of combating juvenile delinquency
in Rainbow City. As I walk further on, I meet Nathan Thomas, employed by the
health department, rushing back to the Health Bureau after receiving a phone call
from Edward Nevers, chief-clerk of the bureau. Just then Cynthia McLeod steps
from one of the taxis from Eustace Hall's Taxi Service and hastens into the Mape's
Brick Company where she is a stenographer. Making two short visits at the homes
of two prominent nii-i 's wives whose maiden names were Edna Chambers and Rita
Myers, I find that they are contented with their quiet life.
Several hours have passed by the time I reach the water-front. The schooner
called the '"Dolphin,'" captained by Alfred Dutton, approaches the Panama Docks
laden with fish. A brief talk with Skipper Dutton reveals that his favorite program
which is spons)vred by George Mayer's Photo Studio, is the one featuring the famous
Gay Voices Qua'irtet consisting of Hubert McFarlane, Roy Thompson, William
Gordon, and Walter Kellman. During this conversation I remember the familiar
voice of radio announcer R-ynold Stewart who has become famous for his convinc-
ing advertisements.
I bid Dutton adieu and continue my stroll which brings me to the tailor shop
of proprietors Keith Clarke and Georg, Small. Sending there I glimpse Dorothy
Warner, interior decorator of the Weavers Cosmetics Store, hurrying to work.
Becoming somewhat confused by the congested streets of the city, I ride through the
suburbs and pass the Atlas Drugs Company where Eric Forbes, a chemist, is em-
ployed.
Leaving Panama City and coming over to the city of Colon, I find Carlos
1-Holligan, owner of the Acime Printing Press, conversing with David Caton, repair-
man of printing machinery. Holligan, who corresponds with Winston Evering, now
residing in the United States, says that he recently learned from him that dancer
Pearl Timmm has become a popular entertainer in ; N(ew York night club. As I turn
the corner the diii from the power tools of Melise's shop greets me. lleshuts off the-
current and accompanies me for a few blocks until we meet teachers Leroy Bourne.
D)oris Scales. Carl (':w'er. and Edna Stephens who are returning from school. On
my way home to obi)tain sonm rest [ paOs the cimi'orthble homes of busy housewives
who are the former Stella i'rimne, Beverley D)rew, Norma Miller, Anastasia Mulatre.
and Patricia: Ellis. As amn about to enter my home, I meet Leopold Johnson who
tells Im,, that hlie lmaI)-; become a plumber since it is such a lucrative business.
After a brief rest 1 visit the Panama Stadium in quest of some recreation. During
the double-header outstanding ball players Roy Lewis. Calvin Johnson, and Frank
Franklin help to provide sonme of the thrills. A.\fter tiln' game I attend a party held
in honor ofI D)oreen Barrows. recent graduate of a nu,'.-ing school in Mexico City, and
in conversing with her learn the whereabouts of the only person who was not yet ac-
einted for--Alvin Yarde. lie is now a corporal and a career soldier in the United
Stat, s Army.


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Best Wishes
from
Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus N. Brown
Camp Coiner, C. Z,




Compliments of
Mr. & Mrs.
Spencer S. Josephs
Rainbow City, C. Z.


THE STAFF


WILFRED MELISE
BARBARA BRYAN
EDWARD NEVER
WILFRED MCLEOD


JOAN LYNCH
LEROY BOURNE
GEORGE MAYERS
GILBERT THOMPSON


Sponsor: Miss Sylvia V. McDonald


Best Wishes
from
Mr. Terry Butler
Colon, R. P.

















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Compliments o
to the Compliments of Colimentp s of
Cla-s of'54 Miss Una Prendergast Mr. Clevela, Ei
Teso--6 Rainbow City, C. Z. Colon, R. P.
Social & Sorting Club

Compliments
Compliments of Best Wishes o
Miss Dorothy Peat from Of
Riinor City, C. Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs.
Rainbow City, C.Z. George Sardiford James T. Chambers
Colon, R. P. Camp Coiner, C. Z.

Compliments of Compliments of
M,. Arthur A. MaugO Mr. N. W Wilk:. Compliments of
Rainbow City, C. Z. and the Mrs. Mildred Bolt
Rainbow City Colon, R.P.
Elementary Staff

Best Wishes Compliments of Complimtnts of
fromr, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. Edgar Hawkins
Mr. & Mrs. Renald Stoute ^
Lionel Duncan R Colon, R. P.
r> *i ^. ^ ^Colon. R. P.
Rainbow City, C. Z. Colon. R. P.


Best Wishes Compliments of
from Compliments of Mr. & Mrs.
Miss Eva Tait IV iss Miriam Notyce Arthnr Chilcott
Rainbow City, C. Z. Rainbow City, C. Z. C'lon, R. P.



Compliments of Best Wishes Compliments of
Mr. & Mrs. from Mr & Mrs.
Oswald N. William Mr. Frederick Roland Hugh M. Jones
Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P.


Best Wishes
from
Mr. & Mrs.
Lloyd Haye
Colon, R. P.


Best Wishes
from
Mr. & Mrs.
Audley Weblster
Chagres, C. Z.


Compliments
of
The Reverend & Mrs.
David Morgan

Mr. C. A. Husband

Mr. R land T. Mairs

Miss Ena Julian

Mr. Joseph Harvey


Compliments of
Miss Elsinora .Lynch
Colon, R. P.


Best Wishes
from
Mr. & Mrs.
Clarence Lewis
Rainbow City, C.Z.


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Compliments of Best Wishes Best Wishes
Mr. & Mrs. from from
Maurice McLean lMr. & Mrs.
anh C Mr. W. F. Moore Harold Reid
Rainbow City, C. Z. p^ p
CtColon, R. P. Colon, R. P.


Compliments Wishes Compliments
of Best ofs~e
Of from Of
The Reverend & Mrs. Mr Harold Addims COuh Royale
Sylvanus Scarlett p^ p
Sylvanus Scarlett Colon, R. P. ('olon, R. P.
Colon, R. P.

Compliments
Compliments of of Compliments of
IMr. Charles E Gerald Mr. Enos G. Hanson Miss Jeannette Morant
Colon, R. P. Cristobal, C. Z. Rainbow City, -. Z.


Sest Wishes Best Wishes Compliments
from from of
Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs.orn
Ivan Edwards Reginald Prescott Mr. L. Moran
Camp Coiner, C. Z. Colon, R. P. Colon, R. P.

Compliments
Best Wishes of Compliments of
from Mr. & Mrs Mr. & Mrs.
M(. Arthur H. Adams Harold W. Williams Horace V. Parker
Rainbow City, C. Z & Family Rainbow City, C. Z.
Camo Coiner, C. Z.

Best Wishes
from Best Wishes Compliments oJ
M from Mr. & Mrs.
Mr. & MrsN Mr. Ern est Wattley Du Bois Andrews
Willianm N. Arthur
Wll, N. A Panama, R. P. Colon, R. P..
Colon, R. P.

Best Wishes Best F. ishes compliments of
from, from,! Compliments of
from from Mr. & Mrs.
Miss Dorothy Bennett Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Griffith
Rainbow City, C. Z. J. Graville B3rathwait. Rainbow City, C. Z.
Colon, R. P.

Best Wishes Comliments of
form Best Wishes
r. & from Mr. & Mrs.
Mr. & Mrs. Mr. Wilmoth Morrison Lyle Brown
W. V. Myrie
Camp Coiner, C. Colon, R. P. Colon, R.P.
Camrp Coiner, C. Z.













CHR Y SLER--PLYMOUTH

AUTOMOBILES

TEXACO GASOLINE


Tel. 74


M. A. Powell, S.A.
Colon, R.P.


"Heres"
Mattress Factory "c o
Inner-Spring Mattresses .. The n:embers of the Class of
Box Springs... highly appreciate the contribution,
Tel. 1484 12th St. Amador Guerrero all who assisted in making our y<
Colon book a success. We are especially gr


Carlton Drug Store
&
Refreshment Parlor
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
Toilet Articles
Tce Cream, Sodas, Cakes, Etc.
Pay us a Visit.
10)2- O10th. St. & Federico Boyd
Tel. 255, Colou, R. P.


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ful to the eleventh and twelfth grade
students of the print shop who, under
the supervision of Mr. H. M. Jones,
did all of the printing which appears
in this book, We also commend Robert
Dun Moodie, grade 10, for his excellent
hand-printing which greatly enhances
the general appearance of our annual.











Complements of

Margarita Florist

Masonic Temple-Cristobal, C. Z.
Bonded F. T. D. member


(lom~fitLienwk of

Moffatt
Shoe Service
We Shine and Repair Shoes
While You Wait
Prompt Service Guaranteed.
10 th St. Colon Theatre Building


Compliments to all Graduates and Stu-
dents of Rainbow City Occupatioual
High School


Crown


Drug Store


Norman C. Brown- Pharmacist
No. 6129 Central Ave., Colon


Best Wishes from

Garage Sterling

14th St. and Bolivar Ave.
Colon, R. P.


Congratulations to the Class of '54 I/P'
You have accomplished much on
life's initial journey. Do not vacil-
late from the road to higher
attainment.
Staff of
Camp Bierd and Rainbow City
Clubhouses


C. C. Rowe,


Manager


Of-

Atlantic Cleaners

Colon, R. P.


GRLETINGS to the CLASS of'54
Congratulations to the noble teach-
ers who have prepared them for
life's duties. Here is our message to
you:
"In perfecting a Christian charac-
ter it is essential to persevere in
right doing. I would impress upon
our youth the importance of perse-
verance and energy in the work of
character-building. From the earl-
iest years it is necessary to weave
into the character principles of
stern integrity that the youth may
reach the highest standard of man-
hood and womanhood."
(Book Messages to Young People
by Mrs. E. G. White)
Panama Conference
of
Seventh Day Adventists








Courtesy of

Photo Caribe

Colon, R.P.
Telephone 1032-j


Compliments of

Jackson Steam Laundry

We specialize in cleaning ladies'
apparel and rugs.
Home delivery free of cost
Tel. 1090-Colon

Compliments of

Limpiadores Elegante

9th St. Justo 'rnsemena
Phone 278 Prop. G. G. Smal,


COMPLIMENTS
of
CONEY ISLAND

10th St. & Balboa Ave


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1954 Chevrolets

Now on display

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COLON


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9th St.


Panama Auto, S.A.
Where you can find parts and
accessories for all makes of cars
16th St. & Melendez
Colon, R.P.








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Tri-o-matic Record Players,
Wurlitzer pianos, Furniture,
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Bicycles, Gift Items
And Other Articles Of First Class
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Radio Center
7110 Bolivar Ave. Tel. 1364 & 40
We Solicit Your
Patronage
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Dealers in

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St. & Melendez Ave.
1369 Colon, R. P.


CLUB PLAN
We Welcome You In
The
American Bazaar
Colon, opposite P. R. R. Station
Panama, Central Ave. No. 25-71
Hotel El Panama


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Dry Cleaners
Colon, R. P.
318 5056 Federico Boyd


Cortesia de
Farmacia Darien
J. E. Solis & Cia., Ltda.
Calle 11 y Avenida Balboa
No. 10.087
Apartado 252 Tel6fono 511
Col6n, R. de P.


Compliments
of

Rainbow City School
Community Band


R. T. Prescott
Director


R. F. Haining
Sponsor


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