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PCANAL
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presenting the
1959
CARIBBEAN
Cristobal High School Cristobal, Canal Zone


We do not dedicate this book
To buildings old or new, For buildings do not make a school,
But loyal deeds and true.
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Its students, classes, teachers, games, The dances, plays, the songs;
The festivals, all school events, To these our hearts belong.
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Where'er you are, oh C.H.S., Wherever on the Zone,
Our dedication of this book Honors our school home.
lAJe, the students oj? C^rl&tobai ^Jdlah School dedicate tlild yearbook.
tke 1959
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to tilt
Spirit of C^rldtobai ^U'l^L School






MISS JEANNE BROWN
BA. University of Missouri
MA, University of Missouri
Librarian
f .ibrary Training
National Honor Society Sponsor
MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON
BA. Elorida Stale College for
Women MA. University of Michigan American Institutions U.S. History Caribe Club Sponsor Girls Conselor
MR. EUGENE GREGG
AA, Canal Zone Junior College
BA. Col orado State College
MA, University of Colorado
Early World History
Social Studies
Athletic Council Sponsor
MR. O. E. JORSTAD
BA, Concordia College BM, Concordia Conservatory of Music
MA, University of Michigan
Chorus
Orchestra
Band




MR. SP1TZER BS Degree Math'7'and 8 Jr. High Paper Zephyer
MRS. DOROTHY SMITH
AB, Ohio Northern Un i vers it y MA, Denver University Senior Class Sponsor English I 1 and 12
MR. ROBERT McCULLOUGH BS. Cloud T C
MA, Colorado State College of Ed. Social Studies Modern World History
MISS MARGARET GATELY
AB, Emmanuel College MS. Boston College Science. Math Jr. High S. A. Sponsor
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MR. FREDERICK SAUR
BS. Ashland College MA. Ohio State University Journalism
Quill and Scroll Sponsor English
Not Pictured
MR. PAUL MOSER
BS. East Stroudsburg State Teachers College Physical Education HealthGirls
SGT. HAROLD CRAIG
Military I 1
Rifle T earn Coach
CAPT. ACY L SWANEY
Professor, of Military Science
Tactics Reserve Office Commission Military III and IV
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BEFORE WE LEAVE, WE
SENIORS
CHEER YOU JUST ONCE MORE,
OH C.H.S.


MARY LOUISE AGNES WASHABAUGH
' Mary Lou"
Colon, Republic of Panama May 15, 1941
"If there be any kindness I can show, or anything good 1 can do, let me do it now."
Dramatics 1,2,3,4, Sound Effects 1,2,3,4; Nurse's Aide 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Jr. Rifle Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Baccalaureate and Commencement 3; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 4, Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 3, Softball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class President 4; Swimming Team 3,4.
Our hard working officers Mary Lou, president, and Bill, vice-president, in action.
WILLIAM G. HAYES "Bill"
Colon, Republic of Panama December 12, 1941
"I make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes."
Debate Club 1; Homeroom Alternate 1,3, Homeroom Representative 2, Vice-President 4; ROTC 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assembly Committees 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Thespian 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Most Valuable Thespian 3, Plays Sabrina Fair 1, What a Life 1, Angel Street 2, The Loud Red Patrick 2, Arsenic and Old Lace 3, The Hitchhiker 3; Opening Day Dance and Assembly 3; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Dramatics Club Assembly 1,2,3,4; FTA Assembly 2; Bowling 4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4.


MARTHA ANN JOHNSON
"Marty"
West Columbia, Texas October 8, 1940
"Vivacious and charming, ber smile's so disarming."
Dramatic Club 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Volleyball, Basketball, Softball Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Volleyball All-Stars 3,4, Basketball All-Stars 3, GAA 3,4, Top Ten 2,3; Nurses' Aide 2,3; Grad uation and Baccalaureate 3; Class Secretary 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Drivers' Training 3; Journalism 4; Office Practice 4; Opening Day Dance and Assembly 4; Girls' State 3; Homecoming Court 4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4; Inside Lester 4: ROTC Sponsor 4.
Graduation cards to be ordered, how many? Martha and Janice are working hard.
JANICE ANN BROWNLEE
"Jan"
Ancon, Canal Zone November 20, 1940
Class Treasurer 4; Vollevball, Basketball, Softball Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Volleyball All-Stars 3,4, Basketball 3, Softball All-Stars 3; Nurses' Aide 2,3,4, Vice-President 3; GAA 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; GAA 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet; Christmas and Spring Festivals 1,2,3,4; Drivers' Training 3; Homecoming Dance 4; Opening Day Assembly 4.
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FRANK RICHARD ALBERGA
Hamberger Colon, Republic ol Panama July 30, 1941
A regular swingster, and plenty rocking rhythm."
Junior Rifle Club, Executive Officer 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4, Rifle Team 3,4; Homeroom Alternate 3,1; Assemblies 1,2,3,4
MARY ELIZABETH BIALKOWSKI "Beth"
Colon, Republic of Panama July 15, 1941
Sentences fail when one word is complete, description of Beth is one word: sweet."
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3. Softball Intramurals 1, 2, Basketball Intramurals I, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Band 1, 2, 4, Orch estra 1,2; Girls State 3; SA Treasurer 4; Secretary 3; Homeroom Alternate 1; Debate Club 2; Carjbe Club 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 5, President 4; Rifle club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, 3, 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Dramatics Club Assemblies 1,2; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4
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RANDOLPH ERNEST ALBERGA
"Randy '
Colon, Republic of, Panama July 10, 1940
"A helping hand he'll always lend; a carefree lad, but a real true friend. '
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 5, 4; Assembly Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill & Scroll 2, 3, Journalism 4; Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Baccalaureate and Commencement 3; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Bowling 4; Drivers' Training 3
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JOHN AMBROSE
"Johnnie
Colon, Republic of Panama December 20, 1940
"A little work and mostly play, blend together for a perfect day."
ROTC 1,2,3,4, Jr. Rifle Club 1,2,3,4, ROTC Rifle Team 1,2,3,4. ROTC Drill Team 1,2; Bowling Team 2,3; Baseball 1
SANDRA LEE CHESTER
' Sandy" Cincinnati, Ohio July 28, 1941
"She's sparkle and spice and everything nice.
Glee Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 4; Bowling 4; Softball Intramurals ROTC Secretary 4; Assembly 3; Girls' Slate 3; Caribbean Staff Trade Wind Staff 4; Drivers' Training 4
PABLO APOLAYO
Colon, Republic of Panama February 24, 1941
His nimble brain is hidden by levity.'
"21" Club 1,2,3,4 ; Soccer 2; Glee Club 4


JACKIE DEAN BED WELL
"Jack '
Linton, Indiana May 23, 1941
Speech is great; but silence is greater."
ROTC 1,2,3; Drill Team 1,2,3; Bowling 3,4
KAREN SUE COATE
Westerville, Ohio April 4, 1941
"Silent and reserved, her mind the world observed."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Class Dances 2
ROBERT JOHN BLAIR JR.
"Bobby"
Darby, Pennsylvania February 2, 1941
"The man that blushes io nut quite a brute.
"21" Club 3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 2,3,4; PlaysLife wi Mother 2; Tradewind Staff 4, Caribbean Staff 4, Business Manager Glee Club 4; Drivers Training 3; Jr. Sr. Prom 3
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HARRY BLAND
"Raunchy"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania May 27, 1939
"Not work, but play, that's my way."
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MARGUERITE ANN ENGELKE
"Rita"
Panama City, Republic of Panama June 1, 1941
' A true and loyal friend who makes brain and beauty blend."
National Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Assemblies 1,2,3, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Inside Lester 4, Thespian Society 3,4, Historian 4; Nurses' Aide 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Student Association Vice-President 3, President of Athletic Council 3; Homeroom Representative 4; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, "B" League Volleyball All-Stars 2, Glee Club 1,2,4; Usherette at School Programs 3; Pep Club 2; Homecoming-Court 4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4; School Assemblies and Dances 1,2,3,4; Journalism 4
JOHN JOSEPH BOSEMAN
Colon, Republic of Panama July 15, 1941
"Perseverance gains its need, and patience wins the race.
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 3,4; Football 2,3,4, Letter 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, Letter 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Softball 1,2; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dances 1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom 5; ROTC 1,2,3,4, Battalion Commander 4, Drill Team 1,2, Outstanding Cadet 3; Band 1,2, Orchestra 2: Homeroom Representative 3; Football Court 4; SA President 4; Homeroom Alternate 1
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FRANK CORRIGAN
"Grub"
Colon Republic of Panama September 29, 1940
"Worrying is not for lads like me."
LINDA LEE ERIKSON
"Lin"
Colon, Republic of Panama May 12, 1940
"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet.
GAA 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2; Class Vice-President 1; Nurses' Aide 2, Treasurer 2; Sophomore Brawl Sponsor 3; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3; Homeroom Representative 1,3; Homeroom Alternate 2; Volleyball All-Stars 1,2,3, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3
MICHAEL EUGENE CUNNINGHAM
"Mickey"
Colon, Republic of Panama March 6, 1941
"Never trouble trouble, 'til trouble troubles you. Then laugh."
owimmmg Team 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; Football Team 2,4; Soccer League 2,3; ROTC 1,2
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GERARDE DETORE
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania September 14, 1941
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays, and confident tomorrows."
Drivers' Training 4; Swimming 5,4; Baseball 3,4; Soccer 2,3; Track 3r Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 4; Rifle Association 2,3
CELSA FRANCESCHI
"Chelsy"
David, Chiriqui Republic of Panama May 22, 1940
"The good and wise lead quiet lives.
Volleyball Intramurals 5,4, Softball Intramurals 4, All-Stars 3; Off' Practice 4; Dance Committees 2,3; Assemblies 5,4
RUSSELL EUGENE FAVORITE
Russ "
Panama City, Republic of Panama March 9, 1941
"Life may be real and earnest but sure is fun."
Football 2,5,4, Letter 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, "C" Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Track 4; ROTC 1,2,5,4; Class Assemblies 3,4; Class Dances 1,2.3,4; ROTC Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3; Soccer 1,2,4; Homecoming Court 4
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RONALD FRANKEL
Ronnie" Colon, Republic of Panama May 25. 1941
"I am master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."
Dramatics Club 1,2,5,4, Assemblies 1,2,5,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,5, Play Committees and Advertising 1,2,5,4, Thespians 4; PlaysWhat Life, Life with Mother, Three D ying Swans; Drivers' Training 4
NANCY MAE GIBSON
"Nance"
Camden, New Jersey November 2, 1941
"The Feminine Flash."
Dramatics Club 1,2,; Band 1,2, Orchestra 1,2; Stagework 1,2; Plays Life with Mother, Inside Lester; Assemblies 1,2; Dance Committees 1,2,5,4; Volleyball, Basketball, Softball Intramurals 1, Volleyball All-Stars 4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 5; FTA 1; Cheerleader 5,4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Homecoming Court 4; Journalism 4; Nurses' Aide 1,2; Girls State 5


MAX WILLIAM HANNA
Colon, Republic of Panama July 9, 1941
"Somebody bas to take it easy, so it might as well be me. ROTC 1,2,3
JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON
"Judy"
New York, New York July 13, 1941
"From quiet unexpected sources often spring the world's great fores."
Dramatics Club 1,3,4, Dramatic Assemblies 1,2; Rifle Club 2,3, Treasurer 2,3, Vice-President 4, Distinguished Rifleman 2; Caribe Club 2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Bowling Team 2,3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 3; Nurses' Aide Club 3,4; Office Helper 1,2,3; ROTC Helper 4; National Honor Society 4; Orchestra and Band Secretary 1,2
MARTIN HERNANDEZ, JR.
"Marty"
Caguas, Puerto Rico November 8, 1941
"We'll remember him as a playful boy Who filled our world with laughter and joy."
Eastern District and Tech. High: Jr. Varsity Basketball 2; J.. Varsity Baseball 2; Art Club 2; Cristobal High School: Baseball 3,4; Basketball Intramurals 4; Soccer 4; ROTC 3,4; Drivers' Training 4: Assembly Committee 4
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DIANE KATHLEEN MICKEY "Di"
Ancon, Canal Zone June 12, 1941
"Full of vim, vigor, and vitality."
Homeroom Representative 1,2; Assemblies 1,2,5; Dance Committees 1,2,5,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 5; Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 5,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,5,4, All-Stars 1,2,5,4 in Volleyball, Captain 4, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,5,4, Softball All-Stars 1,2,5,4, Top Ten 1,2,5, GAA 1,2,5,4, President 4; Cbeerleader 3,4; Swimming Team 1,2,5,4
ROBERT SANDERS HILL
"Hummock"
Colon, Republic or Panama August 5, 1941
"Not too studious, not too gay, He trod the even middle way.'
"21" Club; ROTC 1,2
CATHERINE KUNKEL
"Kay"
Ancon, Canal Zone July 25, 1940
"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."
Bennsbury High School: Volleyball Intramurals 1,2, Softball 1,2,5, Soccer 5, Basketball 5; Art Club 1,5; Library 5; Glee Club 1,2; Cristobal High School: Nurses' Aide 4; Drivers' Training 4; Glee Club 4
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PATRICIA MARIE LAWSON
"Pat"
Colon, Republic of Panama January 26, 1942
"Smiling lips, twinkling eyes, and a beauty that never dies.'
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Class Vice-President 3; SA. Secretary 4; Athletic Council 2; Jamboree Queen 4; Band and Orchestra 1,2,5,4; Thespians 3,4, PlaysThe Loud Red Patrick 5, Stagework 1,2,5,4; Assemblies 1,2,5,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,5,4, Basketball All-Stars 2; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 5; Bacculareate and Commencement 5; Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4
WILLIAM RICHARD HOGAN "Bill"
Tulsa, Oklahoma May 51, 1941
To be a friend is his way."
ROTC 1,2,5,4, Company Commander 4; Bowling 1,2,5,4, Captain 2,5; Boys' State 5; Counselor 4; Track 2,4; Wrestling 5; Football Manager 5; Tradewind Staff 4, Caribbean Staff 4; Photographer 4; Drivers Training 4; Band and Orchestra 1,2,5; "C" Club 4
HUEY CECILIA LEE
"Hue"
Heflin, Alab am a June 27, 1941
She was our queen, our rose, our star.
Dramatics Club 1; Homeroom Representative 1, Alternate 2,4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Volleyball All-Stars 2,5,4, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,5, Softball All-Stars 1,2.5; Cheerleader 5,4, Captain 4; Dance Committees 1,2 5,4; ROTC B attalion Sponsor 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,5; Volleyball "B" League Captain 4; GAA Vice-President 4, Intramurals 1,2,5,4
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JOHN RICHARD HORAN
Boston, Massachusetts April 1, 1943
"Politeness is the chief sign of culture."
Lycee Charles Lepierre I ; Christian Brothers School 2,3; Cristobal High School 4
SUZIE MARIE LLOYD
"Ree"
ForrJyce, Arkansas February 24, 1942
"She lives in peaceful harmony with the world.' NHA; Dance Committees; Assemblies
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DONALD L. HUMPHREY
"Murphy"
Colon, Republic of Panama September 20, 1941
"An attractive smile, wavy hair; He's the answer to a maiden's prayer.
Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4, Jr. Varsity 2; Class President 2,3; "C" Club 2,3,4, President 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4i Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Homecoming Court 4; Soccer Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1; ROTC 1,2,3
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PHILIP L. JUUSON "Phil"
Palo Alto, California October 25, 1940
"He loves to live and he lives to love."
Carmel High School: Football 1; Class Vice-President 1; French Club 1; Stoney Brook High School: Football 2; Baseball 2; Basketball 2; SA. Representative 2; Honor Society 2; Staten Island Academy: Football 5; Basketball 5; S.A. Representative 5; Cristobal High School:
ROTC 4
ESTHER MARTHA MILLER "S"
Coloi., Republic of Panama May 22, 1941
"Silence is golden, but we're off the gold standard."
Nurses' Aide 2,5,4, President 5; Caribe Club 1,2,5,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,5,4, Treasurer 5,4; Thespians 4, Secretary 4; S.A. Athletic Council 5; Homeroom Alternate 5; Advertising Staff Caribbean and Tradewind 2; Volleyball Intramurals 12,5.4, Softball 1,2,5,4, Basketball 1,2,5,4; Swimming Team 2,5; Glee Club 1,2,5,4; Orchestra 1; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 5; Assemblies 1,2,5,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4
RAYMOND KULIG
"Keith"
Hot Springs, Arkansas January 8, 1942
With his backbone and brain he can take his place, In the sport of life and win any race."
"C" Club; 21 Club; Baseball 1,2,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,5,4; Homeroom Representative 4; S.A. Assistant Treasurer 3
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ARTHUR NEW LAWRANCE "Autcie"
Colon, Republic or Panama September 10, 1941
"Lankily he lazes through CHS life."
Assemblies 2,4; ROTC 1,2,3; Drivers' Training 4; School Plays 3,4
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ELLA MAE MORALES
"Ella"
Ancon, Canal Zone April 1, 1941
Forward and frolic glee was-there. The will to do, the soul to dare."
Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 3, Softball 1,2,3,4, Jr. High Volleyball All-Stars Manager 4, Top Ten Intramurals 3; Swimming Team 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Debate Club 2; Nurses' Aide 2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Usherette 3; Baccalaureate and Commencement 5; Freshman Sophomore Brawl 1,2; Girls' State 5; Theodore Roosevelt Essay Contest Third Prize 4
WILLIAM O. LIMKEMANN "Will"
1 eguciga Ipa, Hond uras September 1, 1940
"His hopes are as high as his legs are long.
ROTC 1,2; Orchestra 1, Band 1; Chorus 1,3,4; Drivers' Training 3; "21" Club 1,2,3,4; Boys' State 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Thespians 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Sabrina Fair 1, Arsenic and Old Lace 3
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JOSEPH ROBERT LORENZO
"Joey"
Franklin, New Jersey December 17, 1941
"One wbo has both feet firmly planted in the air."
Boys' State 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Football 4, "C" Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4, Arsenic and Old Lace 3, Inside Lester 4; Dance Committees 3,4; Intramural Soccer 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3; Dramatics Club Assemblies 5
MARY KATHERINE O'BRIEN "Katie"
Colon, Republic of Panama November 10, 1941
"Bewitching eyes; raven hair.
Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Softball All-Stars 3, Top Ten 2; Girls' State 3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2.3,4; Drivers' Training 4
LOUIS EATON MARTIN. JR. "Louie"
Colon, Republic of Panama August 27, 1940
He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat.
Softball 5; Soccer 2,3; Bowling 2,3,4; Assemblies 4; Band and Orchestra 1,2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3, Dance 3" Drill Team 1,2,3, Commander 1,2,3; Dance Committees 1,2; Drivers' Training 3 ; "C" Club
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JEAN ELIZABETH OWEN Limey'
Colon, Republic of Panama December 14, 1940
"As sweet as English air could make her."
GAA 3,4, Intramurals 1,2.3,4, All-Stars Softball 2,3, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3,4; Assemblies 5,4; Nurses' Aide Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,5,4; Top Ten 3; Drivers' Training 5


IRL ROGER SANDERS
Colon, Republic of Panama April 8, 1941
"Stately and tall he walks through the halls."
"21" Club, "C" Club, Football 1,2,3,4 ; Track 2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Intramural Sbccer 3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2.
MAXWELL SHELDON SANDERS
"Max"
Colon, Republic of Panama November 5, 1941
"Happy am I; from care I'm free. Why aren't they all contented like me? Soccer 1,2; Softball 1,2
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THOMAS EUGENE SELLERS
"Tom"
Colon, Republic of Panama June 30, 1941
Time is but the stream I go fishing in."
Assembly 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1
BONNIE ALLEN RANKIN
"Boney"
New York, New York September 28, 1940
"The devil within, the devil without She's an Irish lass, without a doubt.
GAA 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, All-Stars Basketball 2,3, Softball 2,3, Volleyball 4; Girls' State 3,4; Dramatics Club 1; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Office Practice 5; Assemblies 2,3; Top Ten 3; Manager Freshman All-Stars 4 ;Manager Junior High All-Stars 3; Drivers' Training 3
RICHARD KENNETH SMITH "Dick"
Gillette, Wyo ming March 1, 1941
I did not come to learn, I came to laugh.
ROTC 1,2,3,4
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HERBERT SPECTOR
"Herb"
Colon, Republic of Panama June 6, 1940
"Good things are twice as good when they are short."
Balboa: Football 1,2; Water Polo 1,2; Wrestling 1; Swimming Team 2; ROTC 2; Intramural Basketball 1,2; In tramural Baseball 1,2; Cristobal: Swimming Team 5; Football 3,4, Letter 4; "C" Club 3,4; Assemblies 3,4; Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4; Dances 5,4; Soccer 4
JEAN ELLEN SEAMAN
Jeanie Ancon, Canal Zone February 15. 1941
Knowledge is the treasure, but practice is the key to it."
National Honor Society 5,4, President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 5,4; Caribbean Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,5.4; Nurses' Aide Club 2,5,4; Orchestra 1,2,5,4; Band 1,2,5,4; Swimming 1,2,5,4, Letter 1,2,5,4; Intramurals, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 1,2,5; Girls' State 5; FTA Vice-President 4; Nurses Aide Historian and Librarian 5; Treasurer Dramatics 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,5,4; Advertising for Caribbean Staff 2
RICHARD SWALM
"Richie"
Ancon, Canal Zone March 10, 1940
Men of few words are
the best men.
Glee Club 4; Baseball Alumni 5; Soccer 5; ROTC 1,2,5; Drill Team 3; Drivers' Training 4
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RUSSELL SWEAZY
Russ" Des Mo ines, Iowa September 27, 1941
Content to live, this is my story.
ROTC 2,3,4
CHARLEN MA.RIE SHORE
Ancon, Canal Zone January 8, 1942
"Silence is more eloquent than words." FTA2; Nurses' Aide 2,3; Drivers' Training 4
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RICHARD VINAS "Dick"
August 24, 1941 Humacao, Puerto Rico
"Brimming over with jests and quips, never a sad word on his lips Baseball 1,2; ROTC 2,3,4, Drill Team 3; Assemblies 3; Soccer 3,4
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JOSEPH M. WEIR
"Joe
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania March 2, 1942
"I have a heart with room for every joy."
Oliver High School: Football 2: Basketball 2; Honor Roll 1; Cristobal High School: ROTC 3,4, Drill Team 3,4; Boys State 3; Color Guard 4
ALICE JEAN TABER "AA"
Colon, Republic of Panama January 4, 1941
"A dimple in the chin, A devil within."
Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4, VoIIevball All-Stars 1.2,3,4, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3,4, Softball All-Stars 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Freshman Coach 2; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4; Homecoming Dance 1,2,3,4
LEROY ORVILLE WERLEIN
"Leo"
Eau Claire, Wisconsin April 4, 1941
It's my life; I live it, and I love it."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; "2l" Club 1,2; Debate Club 2; Band 1,2.3, Orchestra 1; Thespians 3,4; ROTC 1,2,3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4, Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; The Loud Red Patrick 3, Arsenic and Old Lace 3, The Hitchhiker 3, What A Life 2, Sabrina Fair 1, Inside Lester 4; Homeroom Representative 3; Homeroom Alternate 1,4
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EZRA YOHROS
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Colon, Republic of Panama February 1, 1942
To those who know thee not, no works can paint. Glee Club 4; Soccer 1,2; Intramurals 2
CLAIRE RUTH WHITE
' Clarabelle" Portland, Maine July 11, 1941
"I would rather be remembered by a song than by a victory."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Thespians 2,3,4, President Dramatics Club 4, Secretary Thespians 3, Vice-President Thespians 4; Orchestra 1,3,4, Band 1,3,4: Volleyball Intramurals 1; Drivers' Course 4; What A Life 1, Life With Mother 2, The Loud Red Patrick 3, Best Actress 3, Best Thespian 3; Caribe Club 4; Honor Society 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 3,4; Girls' State 3
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ANNOUNCING THE 1959 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Senior Class of 1959, and the last class to graduate from CHS in New Cristobal, being of sound but unpredictable minds, do hereby grant, bequeath, and convey our most treasured possessions to the persons named below:
FRANK ALBERGAleaves his dancing ability to his cousin, Douglas Alberga.
RANDY ALBERGAleaves his hard work in Journalism to his
brother, Douglas Alberga. JOHN AMBROSEleaves his position as president of the Junior
Rifle Club to Tom Dugan. PABLO APOLAYOleaves gladly.
JACK BEDWELLleaves his will to nobody, just to his forgotten presence.
BETH BIALKOWSK1leaves her membership in the National Honor
Society to her brother. Jay. BOB BLAIRleaves his smile and blushing face to Tom Billison. HARRY BLANDwills that the juniors may have CHS as a home
away from home. JOLIN BOSEMANleaves the senior class to John Marshall. JANICE BROWNI EEleaves all her headaches and silly moods
to her sister, Beverly. SANDY CHESTERleaves her nickname "C" to Nancy Chaphe. KAREN COATEleaves her desire to learn to anyone that wants it. MICKEY CUNNINGHAMleaves his hunting spot to Bobby Rice. GERARDE DETOREleaves his ability to catch a ball to Don
Bruce.
MARGUERITE ENGELKEleaves her Homecoming position and
fun and excitement to her sister. Mary Alice. LINDA ERIKSONleaves her two right gym shoes to her sister,
Barbara.
RUSSELL FAVORITEleaves his tackle position to anyone who can fill it.
CELSA FRANCHESCHIleaves her typing skill to someone that needs it.
RONALD FRANKELleaves his ability to understand (?) physics
to any upcoming senior. NANCY GIBSONleaves her position as cheerleader and ROTC
Sponsor to Sally Eisen. JUDY GRIFFONleaves her hard working senior year to Steffi
Dreyer.
MAX HANNA just leaves.
BTLL HAYESleaves all his work to anyone who wants it. MARTIN HERNANDEZleaves his spikes to the next third baseman.
DIANE HICKEYleaves her cheerleading position to Ginny Favorite. DONALD HUMPHREYleaves his bow-legs to Jimmy Palumbo. BILL HOGANleaves with no comment.
MARTHA JOHNSONleaves her southern accent to Helen Spector.
PHIL JUDSON1 eaves willingly.
KEITH KULIGI eaves his super strength to Pete Ender. KAY KUNKELleaves her English period to Paige Benton PAT LAWSONI eaves her position as Jamboree Queen to her sister, Colleen.
HUEY LEEleaves her Football Crown to any lucky junior girl. WILL L1MKEMANNleaves his phvsics homework to LeRoy Bar-field.
SUZIE LLOYDleaves her seat in American Institutions io Lee Peck. JOE LORENZOleaves tribulations of the Faculty to next year s
seniors and underclassmen and takes all the good times. LOUIS MARTIN1 eaves his first ch air position in band and orchestra
to someone.
ESTHER MILLERleaves her piano to the future Glee Club accompanist and hopes that she will have the pateience for the hard work ahead.
ELLA MAE MORALESleaves to her sister, Edna, her ability to
enjoy all that comes her way in the halls of CHS. KA1 IE O BRIENleaves the office of president of the Irish Club
to Brenda Collins.
JEAN OWENleaves to any Limey the ability to uphold the English reputation
NORMA RAMIREZleaves her height to her sister.
BONNIE RANKINleaves her truck behind to any Irishman who
can live up to its reputation. FRED ROBINSONleaves his ability to watch the girls. MAX SANDERSjust plain leaves.
JEAN SEAMANleaves her violin seat in orchestra to her sister Carol, and her French horn place in band to her sister, Pat.
TOM SELLERSwith his best wishes, leaves Mrs. Smith to the class of 1960.
CHARLENE SHOREleaves her ability to work to her sister. Diane. RICHARD SMITHleaves before the teachers change their minds. RICHARD SWALMleaves slowly but surely.
RICHARD VINAS-"leaves his place on the bus to Crooke and Rodriquez.
MARY LOU WASHABAUGHleaves her French horn to Pet. Ender.
JOE WEIRleaves his seat in Mr. Pfau's room to Don Bruce. LEROY WERLE11Nleaves his never-ending assignments of homework to Robert Morrissey.
CLAIRE WHITEleaves her office in O.T.L. to Vickie Fettler.
EZRA YOHROSleaves his weight (190 pounds) to the football team to use as best they can.
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Pat Lawson and Bill Hayes
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"They that are foremost lead the stars.''


Beth Bialfcowski, Marguerite Engelfce and Leroy Werlein
"Hitch your wagon to a star and soar to wondrous heights.
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Jean Seaman and Ronald Frankel
"Stud ies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability.''
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Claire White and Louis Martin
"Tke tools to those who have the ability to handle them.
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Norma Ramirez and Frank Alberga
Come and trip it as ye go, on the light fantastic toe.
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Janice Brownlee and Max Hanna
Those who jest with good taste are called witty.
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Russell Favorite and Huey Lee
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"There are two kinds of beauty <> loveliness and dignity. We ought to regard loveliness as the quality of a woman, dignity that of a man.''


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Robert Irwin President
JUNIORS
Darce Hause Vice-President
Emily Hearn Secretary
CLASS OF 1960
Ramona Anderson
Manfred Blakeley Page 54
Rafael Arosamena
Donald Brute
Leroy Barfield
Ellen Clute
Frank McLcod Treasurer
Maurice Belanger
Harry Colbert






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UNDERCLASSMEN
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John Waino President
Robert Chan Vice-President
Colleen Lawson Secretary-Treasurer
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Isaheile Adams
Mariela Alcoriza
Christopher Atkins
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Jean Allan
Jack Beckham
Carol Bruland
Charles Bath
Regina Brackins
Tommy Bowers
Patricia Clarke
Susan Corrigan
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Sonia Kandri
Edsall Hilty
Jeanette Kirkland
John Humble
Catherine Lewis
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David Larrison
Clarice Lamis Edna Mae Morales
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION
Unity is the main activity that is pro-moted by the STUDENT ASSOCIATION.
Th is important branch of the Association has for its members nearly all of the student body which elects a Student Council consisting of four officers and one representative from each homeroom.
The five officers for this year are: John Boseman (president), Jim Will (vice-president), Pat Lawson (secretary), Beth Bialkowski (treasurer ), Bill Will ( asst. treas.).
By being a member students receive the Trade Wind," "Caribbean," and admission to all school dances, plays and athletic contests.
All the awards sports, dramatics, music are provided for by the SA.
Mr. James Pfau is the SA's sponsor.
FRONT ROW. left to right: Jim Will. John Boseman, Pat Lawson, Bill Will. SECOND ROW. left to right: Shirley Bonneau, Leslie Berger. Elizabeth Hanna,
Verna Ray Hildebrand, MaryNell Lee. Ginny Favorite, Marguerite Engelke. THIRD ROW. left to right: Hugo Toinkins, Joanne Tang. Keith Kulig, Hilda
Riefkol. Claire White, Paul Leignadier.
ATHLETIC COUNCIL
The Athletic Council is made up o the Student Association alternates. Theh job is to take care of the gate at all C.H.S. athletic contests.
This year Mr. Gregg is sponsor.
The officers for this year are Jim Will (president), and Bill Will (treasurer).
FRONT ROW. left to right: Sarah Speclor. Andrea Nash. Huey Lee. Ruth Hines. BACK ROW. left to right: Mr. Gregg. Bobby Morrissey. LeRoy Werlein. Jim Will. Frank Alberga.
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TORRID ZONE WIZARDS
The Torrid Zone Wizards, a local honorary science club, promotes interest in science through field trips, experiments, demonstrations, and lectures. Qualifications for membership include a high scholastic average and an active interest in science.
FRONT ROW: Sally Eisen. treasurer; Frank McLeod, president: Lesley Berger, secretary. SECOND ROW: Jean Seaman, Carol Agee, Jean Owen, Karen Coate, Beth Bialkowski, Mr. Maedl, sponsor.
THIRD ROW: Tom Billison, George Metcalf, Felix Karpinski, Jim Palumto, Jim Will, Leroy Werlein. FOURTH ROW: Phil Judson, Eddie Donahue, Gary Irving, Will Limkemann, Maurice Belanger, Giles Martin.
CARIBE CLUB
The Caribe Club is an exclusive club in which the members are invited to join, depending on their scholastic ability and their interest in a future career of teaching.
KNEELING: Carolyn Peck, historian; Beth Bialkowski, vice-president; Gary Irving, secretary; Esther
Miller, treasurer; Jean Seaman, president. SECOND- ROW: Kathy Kuckas. Sally Eisen, Betsy Hewitt, Veronica Blennerhassett, Livia Lippincott,
Leslie Berger, Charles Lyew. THIRD ROW: Brenda Collins, Beverly Brownlee, Claire White, Jean Dockery, Karen- Coate, Carol
Agee, Elizabeth Limkemann, Miss Anderson, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: Frank McLeod, Tom Billison, Shirley Littleton, Emily Hearn, Andrea Grehien,
Maurice Belanger, Jim Will.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The highest honor that Cristobal High School can bestow upon a student is election to membership in the Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor Society. Qualifications for membership arc character, leadership, scholarship and service.
THE "21" CLUB
TOP ROW. left to right: Bob Blair, Jim Mc-Gloi n, Tom Dugan, Jim Palumbo, Mr. Stearns, Sponsor.
SECOND ROW from top. left to right: Bob Hill, Jay Bialkowski, Paul Leignadier, Ir! Sanders, John Wainio.
THIRD ROW from top. left to right: Alex Stearns, John Boseman, Gary Irving, Pete Ender. Bill Will. Larry Wilder.
BOTTOM ROW. left to right: Maurice Belanger, Secretary, Keith Kulig. President, Jim Will, Vice-President, Pablo Apolayo. Jim Williford.
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The 21 Club is composed of twenty-one boys, each of whom represents one of the Pan-American republics. Each member writes an essay about the country he represents and the Rotary Club of Cristobal-Colon awards prizes for the best essays. The club stimulates and promotes interest in the Pan-American republics and encourages a better understanding of these countries.


KNEELING, left to right: Coach Paul Moser, Brian Lutz, Walter Woodruff. Jim Will, George Cotton. Dewey Whitaker, Peter Ender, Jim McGIoin, Don Bonneau, Jim Palumbo. TOP ROW. left to right: John Marshall, Carl Newhard. Harry Colbert, Melvin Fields, Mickey Cunningham, Rex Daisey, Gerade DeTore. Joe Lorenzo, Herb Spector, Don Humphrey, John Boseman, Russell Favorite, Dick Vinas, Keith Kulig, Jose Crooke, Bill Hogan, Gary Irving, Don Bruce, Tom Dugan.
The C Club is composed of boys who have made their letter in any one of the three sports played in C.H.S. They are: Football, Baseball, and 1 rack. This year the officers were Don Humphrey, President; Russell Favorite, Vice-President; and Keith Kulig, Secretary-Treasurer. The club is sponsored by Coach In gram and Coach Moser.
KNEELING, left to right: Huey Lee, Vice-President; Diane Hickey.
President; Alice Taber, Secretary. STANDING, left to right, first row: Bonnie Rankin, Norma Ramirez,
Leila Leon.
SECOND ROW, left to right: Sharon McEIhone. Marion Smith, Jean Owen, Ginny Favorite, Janice Brownlee, Beverly Brownlee.
THIRD ROW. left to right: Sponsor. Mrs. Louis Fattorosi; Brenda Collins, Carol Seamen, Brenda Murray, Martha Johnson, Darce Hause.
The Girls' Athletic Association is an exclusive sports club, composed only of the girls who are outstanding in sports. To become a member, a girl must participate in at least two All-Star teams in one year, or one All-Star team and be among the, top ten in the point system. The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Louis Fattorosi.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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NURSES AIDE CLUB
The Nurses' Aide Club is an open club for all high school girls who are inter ested in a future career in nursing. During the sum mer, the girls in this clut work at Coco Solo Hospita to further their knowledg of nursing.
KNEELING: Esther Miller, president; Jean Van Der Hyden; Jean teaman, 1st vice-president; Mary Lou Washabaugh, 2nd vice-president; Carol Seaman, treasurer; Elizabeth Limkemann, historian; Carolyn Peck, Gaye Livingston, Shirley Littleton.
SECOND ROW: Miss McLimans, sponsor; Marguerite Engelke. Kay Kunkel, Ellen Clute. Jean Owen, Marion Smith, Diane Hickey, Ella Morales, Ann McClelland, Beverly Brownlee, Mary Beth Daugh-erty, Sally Eisen, Louise Allgaier, Andrea Terrell, Put Holmes, Emily Hearn, Janice Brownlee, Betsy Hewitt, Andrea Grebein, Livia Lippincott, Jean Dockery, Karen Coate, Stephanie Dreyer, Bobby Vache.
JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB
The Junior Rifle Club is composed of those student: who are interested in shoot ing and the correct use oi fire-arms. Each year the club members compete in National Rifle Matches and the outstanding marksmen receive awards.
SITTING: Walter Crouch, Philip Jones. Keith McLeod, Terry Conley. Jim Hoverson, Ralph De Boryie,
Jim Ebdon, Tom Hickey, Kenny Karpinski SECOND ROW: Kenny Cooper, Ralph Bender, Richard Pennington, Louis French, John Frensley,
Tom Robertson, Jim Burns, Richard Carpenter. STANDING: Phil Sanders. Ann Gilley, Mr. Gibson. Sandy Eckhoff, Suzanne XJrey, Leila Leon, Judy
Griffon. Pamela Johnston, Vicki Fettler, John Ambrose, Tom Dugan, Steve Franklin, Cody HoIIo-
well, Terry Wilcox.
Eighteen of the members of the Rifle Club are not pictured.
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DRAMATICS CLUB
FRONT ROW: Mr. Fattorosi, sponsor; Jean Seaman, treasurer; Sally Eisen, historian; Marguerite Engelke, secretary; Pat Lawson, vice-president; Claire White, president. SECOND ROW: Beverly George, Mary Lou Washabaugh, Kay Kunkel, Sandy Chester, Esther Miller, Li via Lippincott, Cecilia Lelai-dier, Lesley Berger.
THIRD ROW: Betsy Hewitt, Judy Griffon David Miller, Gaye Livingston, Joan Page. FOURTH ROW: Judy Hakanson. Becky McLeod Lynn Coffin, Ellen Clute, Ramona Anderson, Jean Dockcry, Carol Seaman. FIFTH ROW: Stephanie Dreycr. Beverly Brownlee, Elizabeth Limkemann, Leila Leon, Ann McClelland.
BACK ROW: David Larrison, Joe Lorenzo. Harry Butz, Leroy Werlein, Vicki Fettler, Bill Hayes, Will Limgemann, Frank McLeod, Louise Allgaier, Randy Aiberga.
The Dramatics Club is an open club to all high school students that are interested in dramatics. 1 his club produces the plays that are presented to the public and in this way the members learn the different aspects of drama.
NATIONAL THESPIANS, TROUPE NO. 217
Will Limkemann, Treasurer; Esther Miller, Secretary; Bill Hayes, President; Mr. Louis Fattorsi, Sponsor; Pat Lawson; Leroy Werlein; Leila Leon; Joan Page. (Not Pictured, Claire White, Vice-President.)
There are more than 600 Thespian troupes covering every state in the Union. The motto of these troupes is "Act well your part. There all the honor lies." To be eligible for Thespian membership a student must earn ten poin'.s on some phase ol dramatics throughout his school career.
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OFFICE GIRLS
Lefl to Right: Sharon McEIhone, Martha Johnson, Celsa Franceschi, Norma Ramirez, Joan Page.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
LcFt to Right: Linda Grezaffi, Livia Lippincott, and Diana Smith.
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"The '3' Lovebirds
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Acl One:
Lester Pel ham s office in New York City. Late this spring.
"INSIDE LESTER"
A Comedy in Three Acts
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Act Two:
Scene I. Tlie Hideout. Late that afternoon. Scene 2. Tlie same. That evening.
(In order of their appearance)
Louie ................................................Will Limkemann
Algie..............................................-------.....Joe Lorenzo
Maggie Horton ......................................Rita Engelke
Toni Williams ......................................Leslie Berger
Josephine Huxley.................................Nancy Gibson
Lester Pelham..............................................Bill Hayes
Casa........................................................Claire White
George Fleming....................................Leroy Werlein
Pembina Gordley-Smith..................Martha Johnson
Pembina's dog.............................................."Schultz"
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Act Three:
The same. 1 he following morning.
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SPORTS
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THE 1958-1959 FOOTBALL SQUAD
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BOTTOM ROW. left to right: Jeffrey Leon. Walter Woodruff, Richard Jones, Donald Bonneau, Jo Iin Boseman. Donald Humphrey, Bobby Morrissey, Perry W^ashabaugh, John Coffin, Jay Bialkowski.
SECOND ROW. left to right: Herb Spector. Keith Kulig, George Cotton, Brian Lutz, Tom Billison, George Metcalf. Alex Stearns, Gary Irving, Joe Mc-Goff, Jim Will.
THIRD ROW, left to right: Jim McGIoin, John Peterson, Pete Ender, Jim Palumbo, Joe Lorenzo, Don Bruce. Russell Favorite, Irl Sanders, Dewey Whittaker, Jose Crooke.


*l Russell Favorite
' Tackle
FOOTBALL
LETTERMEN
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Jose Crooke
End
Dewey Whittaker
Back
Donald Bonneau ll
Tackle
John Peterson
Tackle
Donald Humphrey
Back
John Boseman
Back
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Keith Kulig
Back Page 83
George Cotton
Back


Donald Bruce
Tackle
Walter Woodruff
Guard
Brian Lutz
Guard
Jimmy Palumbo
Center
LETTE
Cristobal Takes Canal one
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wns JC 13-0
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Abel Borsellino
Manager
Herb Spector
Back
Jim Will
End
Jim McGIoin
End
Pete Ender
Tackle
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CORONATION
"QUEEN HUEY I"
On the night of October 23th, the Annual Homecoming Coronation Dance was held. In the name ol the Cristobal High School 1958-59 Football Team, Donald Humphrey crowned Huey Lee, "QUEEN HUEY I."
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Princess Martha Johnson, Princess of the Lillies and Daughter of the Sunset. Mar-tha was escorted by Herbert Spector, Chief of the Leftouts and Master of the Waybacks.
Princess Nancy Gibson, Princess of the Roses and Daughter of the Sunrise. Nancy was escorted by John Boseman, Chief of the Single Wing and Master of the Bucketheads.
Princess Jean Owen, Princess of the Daisies and Daughter of the Evening. Jean was escorted by Russell Favorite, Killer of the BuIIdo gs and Master of the 1 ackles.


1/YJodt Ualuable Jootbalt flayer of 1958
RUSS FAVORITE
1950Sullivan, Dick (QB) 1951Whitlock, Paul (guard) 1952Bryant (center) 1953McGaughey (center) 1954Bazan (back) 1955Fears (guard), Bazan (back) 1956Rankin (back) 1957Sasso (back)
JUDGES' COMMENT
"Just his presence in the game gave your team the lift it needed, and as a line backer he was unequaled."
"This year, more than ever before, CHS has had such an equal balance of strength that it was extremely difficult to select a Most Valuable Player. Russ Favorite showed well both on defense and offense and was seldom taken out of a play or 'just looking' when a tackle was made."
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Princess Marguerite Engelke, Princess of the Orchid, and Daughter of the Noon-Day Sun. Marguerite was escorted by Keith Kulig, Chief of the Acrobats and Master of the Forward Pass.
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Queen Huey I, owner of the Flowers, Daughter of the Jewels, Lady of the Night and Ruler of C.H.S. Huey was escorted by Donald Humphrey, Knight of the Blue and Gold, Master of the Quarterback Sneak and Caller of the Plays.
Lady Lynn Gregg, Keeper of the Dewdrops, Daughter of trie Moon, escorted by Squire Kim McGraw, Prince of the Football Team, Keeper of the Q ueen's Crown.


CHS BASEBALL TEAM
KNEELING. left to right: Gerarde DeTore. Keith Kulig, Donald Humphrey, Jim Will. Larry Wilder, Richard Vinas.
STANDING, left to right: Alexis Stearns (manager). Donnie Bruce, Jimmy Palumbo, Hugo Tompkins, Jimmy McGloin, John Wainio. Marty Hernandez. Brian Lutz. George Cotton, Coach Ingram.
Jimmy Palumbo John Wainio
Pitcher Pitcher
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Eddy Donohue Marty Hernandez Alex Stearns
Outfield Third Base Manager Page 91


TRACK SQUAD
FIRST ROW: David Larrison, Donald Humphrey, Keith Kulig, Coach Moser.
SECOND ROW: Gary Irving, Richard Swalm, Carl Newhard, Donald Bonneau, Walter Woodroff,
Warren Marquard, Danny Smith. THIRD ROW: Joseph McGoff, Hugo Tompkins, Joe Lorenzo, Thomas Billison, Bolondo Sterling, Tommy
Bowers, Dewey Whitaker, Jose Crooks.
Gary Irving880 Yd. Run, Discus Page 92
Richard SwalmHigh Jump


Hugo Tompkins 440 Yd. Sprint
Warren MarquardBroad Jump, 180 Yd. Low Hurdles
Jose Crooks 70 Yd. High Hurdles, High Jump, Pole Vault
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As we go to press the end-of-year sports pictured on this page have not yet been completely organized and we, therefore, not wanting to omit these activities of which C.H.S. is proud, present a few swimming practice snapshots taken at the pool (above) and (below) the 1958 C.H.S. basketball team. Some of the members are already C.H.S. alumni; the others will be striving for victory this year. (Swimming team coach: Dedeaux).
BACK ROW: Bill Gibson, Coach Moser, Eddie Pabon. Ronald Chin. John Boseman. George Kirkland. FRONT ROW: Keith Kulig, W'endy Sasso, Peter Ender, Donald Humphrey.
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"A" LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL
FIRST ROW. left to right: Alice Taber. Bonny Rankin. Diane Hickey Captain, Darce Hause. Ella Mae Morales. SECOND ROW. left to right: Mary J ane HustedManager, Mary Lou Washabaugh, Carol Seaman, Nancy Gibson, Janice Brownlee, Martha Johnson, Jean Owen, not pictured, Brenda Murry.
The All-Stars are selected by Mrs. Fattorosi from the girls who go out for intramurals.
The "A" League tied with Balboa for second and third. The first game was with Balboa, but CHS lost 33 to 25. The second game was with JC; CHS 17 to 44. The third game was with Balboa, 31 to 19 in favor of Cristobal, and the last game was with JC. CHS, 19; JC, 22.
"B" LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL
The baby "B" leaguers had a little better season. They only played two games, both with Balboa. They tied for first. Their first game was lost by one point, 35 to 34. The second game they won, 37 to 19.
FIRST ROW. left to right: Ada Wynne. Elizabeth Hanna. Beverly Brownlee. Huey LeeCaptain, Leila Leon. Norma Ramirez. SECOND ROW. left to right: Sharon McElhone. Verna Hildebrand, Hilda Riefkohl, Brenda Collins, Ginny Lynn Favorite, Sue Corrigan.
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ORCHESTRA
FIRST ROW. left to right: Joanne Tang, Marion Smith. Carol Bruland.
SECOND ROW. left to right: Tommy Wilson. Gerry De Tore. Beth Bialkowski.
THIRD ROW, left to right: John Humble. Claire White. Phil Sanders. Mary Lou Washabaugh.
FOURTH ROW. left to right: Harry Colbert. John Wainio, Robert Evans. Louis Martin.
FIFTH ROW. left to right: Jeff Thompson. Darce Hause. Billy White.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Jean Seaman, Frank McLeod. Charles Lyew. SECOND ROW, left to right: Carol Seaman. Hazel Kirkland. Will Limkemann.
THIRD ROW. left to right: Laura Strongman, Theresa Washabaugh, Jean Van Der Hayden, Pat Seaman.
FOURTH ROW, left to right: Andrea Grebian. Pat Lawson, Judy Hallet. FIFfH ROW, left to right: Andrea Terrell, Colleen Lawson.
Page 99


O
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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL BAND
FRONT ROW, left to right: Bernice Hill. Ken Cooper, Carol Seaman, Carol Agee, Jerry DeTore, Beth Bialkowski, Tom Wilson, Carol Bruland, Pat Lawson, Laura Strongman, Bill White.
SECOND ROW FROM BOTTOM, left to right:
Jackie Holconib, Ricky Maedl, Bert Murray, Ewald Wyberg, Bob Evans, John Wainio, Louis Martin, Paul Ebdon, Mary Lou Washabaugh, Jean Seaman, Phil Sanders, Joanne Tang.
TOP ROW, left to right: Jay Bialkowski. Lennart Hakanson, Bill Hogan, Randy Coate, John Humble, Mr. Jorstad, Claire White, Judy Hallett, Darce House, Jeffrey Thompson.


GLEE CLUB
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FIRST' ROW:
(Left to RightSharon Cooper. Barbara Hall. Roger Hutchinson. Robert Chan. Frank McLeod, Randy Alberga. Bill Hayes. Beverley George, Ada Rosania.
SECOND ROW:
(Left to Right)Elizabeth McLaren. Beverley Brownlee, Bill Livingston, David Larrison, Mr. Jorstad, Harry Butz, Ezra Yohros. Will Limkemann, Pablo Apalayo, Cecilia Lelaidier, Pat Holmes.
THIRD ROW:
(Left to Right)Marguerite Engelke, Sandra Husted, Betsy Hewitt. Jeanette Kirk-land, Karen Coate, Bobby Vache, Mary Beth Daugherty, Carolyn Peck, Pat Andresen, Doris Payne.
FOURTH ROW:
(Left to Right:Leila Leon. Ruby Hall. Francis Lloyd, Catherine Kunkel, Ra-mona Anderson, Irene Meehan, Louise Alia gaier, Kathleen Crouch, Ann Mc-Clelland. Becky McLeod. Hilda Saborio.


CRISTOBAL HIGH
Left to right: Battalion Executive Officer Louis Martin, Battalion Sponsor fluey Lee, Baltalion Commander John Boseman, S-5 Irl Sanders, Baltalion Adjutant John Ambrose.
THE BATTALION STAFF T COMPANY STAFF "F" COMPANY STAFF
Left lo right: Executive Officer Russell Favorite. Left to right: Executive Officer Richard Vinas. 2nd
Honorary Captain Martha Johnson. Company Com- Platoon leader Dick Smith, Honorary Captain Nancy
mander Bill Hogan. Guidon Mike Stephenson. Gibson. Company Commander Frank Alberga. 1st
Page 102 Platoon leader Keith Kulig. Guidon Jim Will.


R.O.T.C.
. ........
FIRST ROW. left to right: Joe Weir, .Jay French. Bill Livingston, Jules Damiani. Jack Taber. Rod
Brayton, Danny Smith. Eugene Pugh, Mike Littleton. Dick Smith. SECOND ROW. left to right: Thomas Billison, Paul Ehdon. Joe Wescott. John Humble. Harry Levine,
John Vasilake, Allan Messer, Giles Martin, Mike Metcalf.
THE COLOR GUARD
Leu to ri gilt: Albert Goguen, Joe Weir, John Peterson. Marty Hernandez.
Page 103


COMPANY T
COMPANY T


Left to right: Huey Lee, Nancy Gibson, Martha Johnson.
Page 105


mm roosevew
18581958
Governor Potter addresses T. R. Contractors.
Mr. Gerald Schearer, member of the planning committee, and Mr. Hagedorn, biographer of T. R., are interviewed by two journalism students, Randy and Sandy.
The CHS R.O.T.C. was on hand to meet the medal holders.
T. R. Essay Winners are Ronald, Ella,
Bill.
Rita and Bill, a couple in the "Elevated Railway," sing with a chorus, Felix, Jim, Eddy and Pete.
Finale of the Theodore Roosevelt Assembly directed by Miss Adamary Anderson.


TIGER BOOSTERS
Mrs. Clifford Asbury
Mr. Wallace E. Rushing
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vache
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Webster
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis George
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shore
Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Argo
Mr. Robert Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hammetter
Mr. and Mrs. R. Forsythe
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Behre
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Fortner
Mr. and Mrs. William Wray
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Damiani
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dugan
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pennington
Mrs. Pat Flores
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taake
Mr. Lamoine Werlein
Mr. and Mrs. John Fettler
Mrs. Ruby Radel
Mr. and Mrs. R. Swearinger
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shirk
Mr. and Mrs. vjeorge Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDermitt
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffin
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Red man
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jenkins
M. Sgt. and Mrs. Fred M. Lawrence
M. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold M. Craig
Mr. and Mrs..Carl Maedl
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pfau
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gegg
Miss Sally McLimans
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck
Mrs. M. Taylor
Miss Adamary Anderson
Miss Jeanne Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fattorosi
Capt. and Mrs. Acyl Swaney
Mr. and Mrs. Folsom
Miss Margaret Gately
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Gib son
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gregg
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jorstad
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moser
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palumbo
Mr. Charles Reeves
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Riefkohl
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R ousn Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty" Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stearns Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Saur Coach and Mrs. Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spitzer Mrs. Laurie Mrs. Freeman
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brameld Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Russon Mr. and Mrs. J. Droste Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Danial Mr. and Mrs. A T. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brandt Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. Russell Joh nson
WILFORD & McKAY, .INC.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Smithson
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Joh nson
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Butcher, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Housley
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Geyer
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Torstenson
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Engelke
Mr. and Mrs. C. De Lapp
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Barfield
WILFORD & McKAY, INC.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor May, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Progler
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. McGoff
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Szima
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. McGraw
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. LaPorta
Capt. and Mrs. A. L. Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Le Doux
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fruth
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blair
Capt. and Mrs. W. A. Reinh eimer
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Poston
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Grier
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hildebrand
Mary Jane Cole
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Collins
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rios
Mi. and Mrs. W. H. Sparling
Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Wallace
Capt. and Mrs. T. W. Gove
WILFORD & McKAY, INC.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Drohan Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sapp Mr. M. W. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Irwin Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Rozmeski Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Geddie Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bernstein
UNITED FUND FORUM COLON FREE ZONE ALMACEN CENTRAL COLON, R.P.
Friends of C. H. S.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Wil son
Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott
Capt. and Mrs. J. Finley Meehan
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wertz
Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Der Heyden
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Limk emann
Latin Class, Period VIII
Capt. and Mrs. G. P. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Behre
Capt. and Mrs. G. F. Campbell
Capt. and Mrs. G. Y. Christian
Capt. and Mrs. F. E. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Ruoff
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sproul
Capt. and Mrs. A. L. Wilder
Capt. and Mrs. R. N. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. De Rap
Capt. and Mrs. G. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McLaughlin, Jr.
Capt. and Mrs. A. F. Wilder
Capt. and Mrs. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Bender
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Graham
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Smith
Mr. R. E. McCouIIough
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hamlin
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Wil son
Mr. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brede Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crixon Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Marceau Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Kirkland Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Egger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stanley Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Redmond Mrs. F. G. Cain Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Huffman Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Alexaitis Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spivey Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Payne
Page 107


Compliments of
ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO.
Cristobal, Canal Zone
Compliments of
ITALIAN LINE
Cristobal, Canal Zone
THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
BRANCHES AT:
Panama, Republic of Panama Colon, Republic of Panama Balboa, Canal Zone Cristobal, Canal Zone David, Republic of Panama
Compliments of
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
Cristobal Panama Balboa
Page 108
Compliments of
IOHN SURANY
llth and Front St. Tel. 77 Colon, Panama
Compliments of the
ATLANTIC SKINDIVERS
ASSOCIATION
Compliments of
GATUN GUN CLUB
Welcome Members For Jr. Rifle Team Box 442 Gatun, Canal Zone
With Compliments of
NORTON, LILLY & CO.




MUEBLERIA INGLESA
Hi-Fi "Grundig" Consoles & Radios
L. SANCHEZ Colon, Panama
SEARS
You may shop through our catalog, or your nearest retail store. Everything can be bought on easy terms.
Colon, Panama TEL. 1137
Best Wishes from the Best Wishes from
PANAMA CANAL BESTFIT
YACHT CLUB Quality Suits
Cristobal, Canal Zone Panama Colon
Compliments of
ALMACEN FONG -
9th & Bolivar Ave.
Colon, Republic of Panama
Page 110
Courtesy of
FRANK SCOTT
Compliments of
JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY, INC.
TELEPHONE 431




COMPLIMENTS OF
C. B. FENTON & CO. INC.
CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1959
TERMINALES PANAMA. S.A.
COLON, PANAMA
Box 462 TEL. 1800
Page 112




COMPLIMENTS OF
C. FERNIE & CO.
COMPLIMENTS OF
BOYD BROTHERS STEAMSHIP AGENCIES, LTD.
Page 114


"Scrub bard, mates!" Pae U5


YOU'RE IN GOOD HANDS...
Choose pan American and you choose the airline that flies the largest commercial international air fleet in the world. This means you have more flights to choose from and more places to go than on any other airline.
And you fly on the most modem, up-to-date equipment in the air, with courteous and efficient crews backed by around-the-world experience. One Pan American ticket can take you all the way around the world and most places in between. Wherever you want to go, whenever you want to go, Pan American is ready to take you.
WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE
Panama: CalleTNo. 5-Tel. 2-0670; Colon: Edif. Salat, Tel. 1097
COMPLIMENTS OF B. P. O. ELKS
1542 Cristobal
COMPLIMENTS OF THE BREAKERS CLUB
Coco Solo, Canal Zone




JOURNALISM STAFF, 1959
Randy Alberga Bob Blair Sandy Chester Marguerite Engelke
Ronald Frankel Nancy Gibson Bill Hayes Bill Ho gan
Martha Jobnson
Sponsor, Mr. Frederick Saur
Advertising Sponsor, Mr. Bernard Mazzoni
Business Manager, Robert Blair
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Cover photo and ROTC hy U.S. Army Signal Corps Photographers Senior and Underclassmen portraits, Mr. Nicholas Guanti, New York Studio, Colon, R. P.
Other photographs by Randy Alberga, Bill Hogan, Maurice Belanger, LeRoy Barfield, and ]oan Page.
ADVERTISING STAFF
Bob Blair Molly Engelke
Carol Bruland Verna Hildebrand
Caye Livingston Mary Park
Jean Van Der Heyden Carol Morland
Mary Hardvvick Beverly George
Robert Chan Sam Katz Hilda RieJkohl Tommy Wilson Sally Eisen Wanda Scott
Messenger Service, Bill Weigle, LeRoy Barfield.
PAUL RICHMOND
The CARIBBEAN Staff wishes to thank Mr. Paul Richmond for his time, effort, and interest in making the '59 Half of tame one to remember, as well as his kind cooperation with the staffs of past years.


FAREWELL, NEW CRISTOBAL. HELLO, COCO SOLO!


Compliments of
WILFORD & McKAY, INC.
STEAMSHIP AGENTS & BROKERS CANAL ZONE
Compliments of
it
BAZAR HONESTO"
COLON. R.P. Tel. 734 Post Office Box 430
WITH SINCERE GOOD WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '59
MARGARITA FLORIST
Bonded F.T.A. Members
Cristobal
Phone 3-1916
With Compliments of
THE FIRST NATIONAL CITY BANK OF NEW YORK
CRISTOBAL BRANCH
Page 120


KANSAS CITY TORONTO 1
i, MISSOURI ONTARIO
Lithographed in U. S. A. by Yearbook House




ALMA MATER
We're come to sing a praise, A hearty cheer to raise, For the school we love so dear: Our own Cristobal High; We'll honor her name; Increase her fame, Through passing years, T'will be the same; She's the best on the Zone, She's second to none, We're proud to claim her for Our own, our very own; Northeast, southwest, We've found her best, She's our own Cristobal High!



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MARION TAYLOR


Secretary
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Office Practice
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MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON
BA. Florida State College for
Women
MA, University of Michigan
American Institutions
U.S. History
Caribe Club Sponsor
Girls' Conselor


MR. EUGENE GREGG
AA. Canal Zone Junior College
BA, Colorado State College
MA. University o0 Colorado
Early World History
Social Studies
Athletic Council Sponsor


MISS JEANNE BROWN
BA. University of Missouri
MA. University of Missouri
Librarian
Library Training
N,;tionul Honor Society Sponsor


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MR. O. E. JORSTAD
BA. Concordia College
BM. Concordia Conservatory of
Music
MA. University ol Michigan
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


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MR. LOUIS FATTOROSI
BA, Rutgers University
MA. Rutgers University
English
National Thespian Society Sponsoi
Dramatics Club Sponsor
Speech 12


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MRS. MARGARET FATTOROSI
BS. Southeastern Louisiana College
MA, Mississippi Southern College
Physical Education


Cheerleader
GAA Spon


Sponsor
sor


MR. NOEL GIBSON
BS. Bradley University
Mechanical Drawing
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MRS. VERA FOLSOM
AB. Nebraska State
MA. Colorado State College
Education


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French
Spanish
Junior Sponsor


MRS. ANNE GREGG
BA. Cornell University
MS. Cornell University


MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL
BA. New York University
MA. Columbia University


Spanish


MR. CHARLES T. REEVES
BA. Arizona State College
BS. Arizona State College
MA. Arizona State College
Woodwork and General Shop
Driver Training Instructor


MR. CARL E. MAEDL
BA. Moorehead Teachers College
MA, Columbia University
Guidance
Biology
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor
Boys Counselor


MRS. ALFHILD) MAEDL
BA. Gustavus Adolphus College
English


MR BERNARD MAZZONI
MEd. Pennsylvania State
University
.


MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS
BS. University of Wyoming
Household Arts


MR. LUKE PALUMBO
BS. Northwest Missouri State
College
General Science
"C" Club Sponsor






MR. DAVID INGRAM
BS. East Texas State College
MEd. East Texas State College
Health
Physical Education


MR. JAMES STEARNS
BS. university of Florida


MA. University


Floridla


Spanisi
"21" Club Sponsor


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MRS. GRACE PFAU
BS. Valley City Slate Teachers
College
English


Art
Jr. High Dramatics Cluh


MR. JAMES PFAU
BS. Valley City Slate Teachers
College
MA. University of Minnesola
Cheiniistry
Physics
SA Sponsor


Sponsor


MR. SPITZER
BS Degree
Math'7 and 8
Jr. High Paper
Zephyer


MRS DOROTHY SMITH
AB. Ohio Northern University
MA. Denver University
Senior Class Sponsor
English i1 and 12


MR. ROBERT McCULLOUGH
BS, Cloud T C
MA. Colorado State College of Ed.


MISS MARGARET GATELY
AB. Emmanuel College
MS. Boston College
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SGT. F. LAWRENCE
Military 1I
Drill Team Coach


MR. LYLE A. ROUSH
AA. Riverside (Calif.) Jr. College
AB, University of Nevada
MS. University of Oregon
Plane and Solid Geometry
Senior Algebra, Trigonometry
Sophomore Class Sponsor


MR. FREDERICK SAUR
BS. Ashland College
MA, Ohio State University


Journalism
Quill and
English


Sponsor


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MR. PAUL MOSER
BS. East Stroudsburg State Teach-
ers College
Physical Education
Health-Girls


SGT. HAROLD CRAIG
Military I I
Rifle Team Coach


CAPT. ACY L. SWANEY
Professor, of Military Science and
Tactics
Reserve Office Commission
Military III and IV





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MARY LOUISE AGNES WASHABAUGH
"Mary Lou"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 15, 1941


"If there he any kindness I can show. or anything good I can do.
let me do it now."


Dramatics
President 3
blies 1.2.3.4


mencement
All-Stars 4,
murals 1,2,.


1,2.3,4,
: Jr. Rifl
; Jr. Sr
5: Dance
Basketd
S,4; Clas


Sound Effects 1.2,5.
e Club 2; Band 1.2.
. Prom and Banquet
e Committees 1,2,5,4:;
)all Intramurals 1.2,3.
s President 4; Swimi


4; Nurse's Aide 2,3.4, Vice
5,4. Orchestra 1.2,3,4; Assem-
5; Baccalaureate and Corn-
Volleyball Intramurals 1,2.3,4,
4, All-Stars 3, Softball Intra-
fing Team 3,4.


Our hard working officers Mary Lou.
president, and Bill, vice-president, in
action.


WILLIAM G. HAYES
"Bill"
Colon, Republic of Panama
December 12. 1941


"I make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes.


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MARTHA ANN
"Marty"
West Columbia.,
October 8, 1940


JOHNSON

Texas


"Vivacious and charming,


her smile's so disarming.


Dramatic Club 1: Class Assemblies 1.2.3; Class Dances 1,2.3.4; Jr. Sr
Prom and Banquet 3: Volleyball. Basketball. Softball Intramural
1.2.3.4. Volleyball All-Stars 3,4. Basketball All-Stars 3, GAA 5.4. Toj
Ten 2.35; Nurses' Aide 2,3: Graduation and Baccalaureate 3: Class
Secretary 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2. Treasurer 3, Secretary 4: Drivers


Training
Assembly
Assembly


3: Journalism 4; Office Practice 4; Opening Day Dance and
4: Girls' State 3: Homecoming Court 4; Theodore Roosevelt
4: Inside Lester 4: ROTC Sponsor 4.


Graduation cards to be ordered, how
many? Martha and Janice are work-
ing hard.


JANICE ANN BROWNLEE
"Jan
Ancon. Canal Zone
November 20. 1940


Class Treasurer 4:


Vollevbal


Basketball. Softball Intramurals 1.2,3.4.


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FRANK RICHARD ALBERGA
"Hamberger"
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 30, 1941
"A regular swingster, and plenty rocking rhythm.


Junior Rifle Club. Executive Officer 4: ROTC 1.2,5.4. Rifle Team 5,4;
Homeroom Alternate 3.4: Assemblies 1.2.5,4


MARY ELIZABETH BIALKOWSKI
"Beth"
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 15, 1941
"Sentences fail when one word is complete, description of Beth is one
word: sweet."
Class Assemblies 1. 2, 3. 4: Class Dances 1. 2, 3. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3: Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2. 5. Softball Intramurals 1. 2.
Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer


; Band 1.


2, 4. Orchestra I,


tary 3; Homeroom Alternate
Vice-President 3. President 4
Torrid Zone Wizards 3. 4: Dr
Club Assemblies 1, 2; Theod


2; Girls State 3; SA T1
1: Debate Club 2: Cai
: Rifle club I. 2. 5, 4,
amatics Club 1. 2; Pep (
ore Roosevelt Assembly


treasurer 4;
ribe Club
Secretary I
Club 2; Dr.


Secre-
2, ". 4.,
1. 5. 4;
amatics


RANDOLPH ERNEST ALBERGA
"Randy
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 10, 1940
"A helping hand he'll always lend: a carefree lad. but a real true friend."










JOHN AMBROSE
"Johnnie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
December 20, 1940
"A little work and mostly play. blend together for a perfect day."
ROTC 1,2,3,4, Jr. Rifle Club 1,2.3,4, ROTC Rifle Team 1.2,3.4. ROTC
Drill Team 1.2; Bowling Team 2.3; Baseball 1


SANDRA LEE CHESTER
"Sandy"
Cincinnati, Ohio
July 28. 194i


"She's sparkle and spice and everything nice.


Glee Club 1,2: Dramatics Club 4: Bowling 4: Softball Intramurals 4;
ROTC Secretary 4: Assembly 3: Cirls' State 5: Caribbean Staff 4,
Trade Wind Staff 4: Drivers Training 4


rs


PABLO APOLAYO
Colon. Republic of Panama
February 24, 1941


"His nimble brain
"o1" C'I..k 1 0 A.


is hidden by levity.


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JACKIE DEAN BEDWELL
"Jack"
Linton, Indiana
May 23, 1941
"Speech is great; but silence is greater."
ROTC 1,2,3: Drill Team 1.2.3; Bowling 3,4


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KAREN SUE COATE
Westerville, Ohio
April 4, 1941


her mind the world observed."


Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 2,
National Honor Society 4; Glee Club
semblies 1,2,35,4; Class Dances 2


3


.4; Torrid Zone Wizards 5.4;
1,2,5,4, Secretary 4; Class As-


ROBERT JOHN BLAIR JR.
"Bobby"
Darby. Pennsylvania
February 2. 1941
"The man that blushes as not quite a brute."


"Silent and reserved,







HARRY BLAND
"Raunchy"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
May 27. 1959


"Not work. but play, that's my way.


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MARGUERITE ANN ENGELKE
"Rita"
Panama City. Republic of Panama
June 1. 1941
"A true and loyal friend who makes brain and beauty blend."
National Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2.3,4, Assemblies 1,2,3,
Vice-President 3. Secretary 4. Inside Lester 4. Thespian Society 3.4,
Historian 4; Nurses' Aide 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Student Association Vice-
President 3. President of Athletic Council 3: Homeroom Representative
4: Class Dances 1.2.3,4: Class Assemblies 1.2.3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Intramurals 1.2.3, Volleyball.
Basketball. Softball. "B" League Volleyball All-Stars 2, Glee Club
1,2,4: Usherette at School Programs 3; Pep Club 2: Homecoming.Court


Theodore


Roosevelt Assembly


School


Assemblies


and Dances


1,2,3.4: Journalism 4


JOHN JOSEPH BOSEMAN
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 15, 1941
"Perseverance gains its need, and patience wins the race.


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FRANK CORRIGAN
"Grub"
Colon Republic of Panama
September 29, 1940


"Worrying is not for lads like me.


LINDA LEE ER1KSON
"Lin"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 12, 1940


"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet.


GAA
Aide 2.
1,2,3,4;:
Alternat
Intramur


.2,53: Dramatics Club 1.2; Class Vice-President 1; Nurses'
Treasurer 2: Sophomore Brawl Sponsor 5: Dance Committees
Assemblies 1.2,3; Homeroom Representative 1,3: Homeroom
e 2: Volleyball All-Stars 1,2.3, Basketball All-Stars 1.2.53:
als 1,2.3


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MICHAEL EUGENE CUNNINGHAM
"Mickey"
Colon, Republic of Panama
March 6, 1941


"Never trouble trouble,


'til trouble troubles you.


Then laugh."







GERARDE DETORE
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
September 14, 1941


"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays, and confident tomorrows.


Drivers' Training 4: Swimming 3,4; Baseball 3.4; Soccer
Band 2.3,4. Orchestra 4; Rifle Association 2,3


2,3; Track 3:


CELSA FRANCESCHI
"Chelsy"
David. Chiriqui Republic of Panama
May 22. 1940
"The good and wise lead quiet lives.


Volleyball Intramurals 3,4. Softball Intramurals 4, All-Stars 3; Office
Practice 4; Dance Committees 2.3; Assemblies 3.4


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RUSSELL EUGENE FAVORITE
"Russ"
Panama City, Republic of Panama
March 9, 1941
"Life may be real and earnest but sure is fun."


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RONALD FRANKEL
"Ronnie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
May 25, 1941
"I am master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4. Assemblies 1.2,35,4: Class Assemblies 1,2,5,4;
Play Committees and Advertising 1,2,3.4, Thespians 4; Plays-What a
Life, Life with Mother. Three Dying Swans; Drivers' Training 4


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NANCY MAE GIBSON
"Nance"
Camden, New Jersey
November 2, 1941
"The Feminine Flash."


Dran
Life
1.2.3,
Stars
Spon
State


aatics Club 1.2.; Band
with Mother. Inside L
4; Volleyball, Basketb
4: Jr. Sr. Prom and Ba
sor 4; Homecoming Coi
3


1.2, Orchestra 1,2; Stagework 1.2; Plays-
ester: Assemblies 1.2; Dance Committees
all. Softball Intramurals 1, Volleyball All-
anquet 3; FTA I; Cheerleader 3,4: ROTC
urt 4: Journalism 4; Nurses' Aide 1,2; Girls'


WALDO GILLEY
"Grub"
Ancon, Canal Zone
August 27. 1940


"I love work, I could sit and look at it for hours.







MAX WILLIAM HANNA
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 9, 1941
"Somebody has to take it easy,


so it might as well be me.


ROTC 1.2.3


.- -


JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON
"Judy"
New York. New York
July 13, 1941


"From quiet unexpected


sources


often spring the world'


great forces.


Dramatics Club 1.3,4, Dramatic Assemblies 1,2; Rifle Club 2.3,. Treas-
urer 2.3, Vice-President 4. Distinguished Rifleman 2; Caribe Club 2;
Class Assemblies 1,2,3: Bowling Team 2.53,4: Volleyball Intramurals 3;
Nurses' Aide Club 3,4; Office Helper 1,2,3; ROTC Helper 4; National
Honor Society 4; Orchestra and Band Secretary 1.2


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Se


MARTIN HERNANDEZ. JR.
"Marty"
Caguas. Puerto Rico
November 8, 1941


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"We'll remember him as a playful boy







DIANE KATHLEEN HICKEY
"D f
Ancon, Canal Zone
June 12, 1941
"Full of vim. vigor, and vitality."
Homeroom Representative 1,2: Assemblies 1.2.3: Dance Committees
1,2,3,4: Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide
5,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,35.4, All-Stars 1.2.3,4 in Volleyball. Captain
4, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3.4. SoftbaII All-Stars 1,2,.,4, Top Ten 1,2,5,
GAA 1,2.3,4. President 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Swimming Team 1,2,5,4


'**' * 4


ROBERT SANDERS HILL
"Hummock"
Colon. Republic or Panama
August 3. 1941

"Not too studious, not too gay,
He trod the even middle way.


P.S


a-


"21" Club; ROTC 1,2


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CATHERINE KUNKEL
"Kay
Ancon, Canal Zone
July 23. 1940
"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."
Bennsbury High School: Volleyball Intramurals 1,2, Softball 1,2,3, Soc-







PATRICIA MARIE LAWSON
"Pat"
Colon. Republic of Panama
January 26, 1042


"Smiling lips, twinkling


eyes,.


and a beauty that never dies.


Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4. Treasure
President 3: S.A. Secretary 4: Atl
Band and Orchestra 1.2.5,4: Thesr
rick 3. Stagework 1,2.3.4: Assembl
Basketball All-Stars 2: Jr. Sr. Pro
Commencement 3: Opening Day


r 3. Vice-President 4; Class Vice-
hletic Council 2: Jamboree Queen 4;
ians 3.4. Plays-The Loud Red Pat-
ies 1.2,5.4; Intramural Sports 1.2,3,4.
hm and Banquet 3: Bacculareate and
Assembly and Dance 4


KWILLIAM RICHARD HOGAN
f"Bill"
STulsa, Oklahoma
May 31, 1941


"To be a friend
ROTC 1.2,3,4,
Boys' State 3: 4
3: Tradewind


is his


way.


,ompan
ounselot
staff 4.


v Commander 4: Bowling 1.2.3.4, (
r 4: Track 2,4; \A'restling 3; Footb
Caribbean Staff 4: Photographer


Captain 2.3;
all Manager
4: Drivers'


Training 4; Band and Orchestra 1.2,3:;


"C" Club 4


HUEY CECILIA LEE
"Hue"
Heflin, Alabama
June 27. 10941


"She wvas our queen, our rose, our star.


Dramatics Club 1: Homeroom Representative 1, Alternate 2.4: GAA
1 a71. 1 T1 I I.T A iT rO . fl T _I I A II A T C C rAI TT







JOHN RICHARD HORAN
Boston, Massachusetts
April 1, 1943
"Politeness is the chief sign of culture."
Lycee Charles Lepierre 1; Christian Brothers School 2.3: Cristobal High
School 4


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SUZIE MARIE LLOYD
"Ree"
Fordyce. Arkansas
February 24. 1942
"She lives in peaceful harmony with the world."
NHA: Dance Committees: Assemblies


DONALD L. HUMPHREY
"Murphy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
September 20. 1941


-- -


"An attractive smile, wavy hair;







PHILIP L. JUDSON
"Phil"
Palo Alto. California
October 253. 1940


"He loves to live and he lives to love.


Carmel High School: Football 1; Class Vice-President
1: Stoney Brook High School: Football 2; Baseball
S.A. Representative 2; Honor Society 2: Staten Island
ball 3; Basketball 3: S.A. Representative 3: Cristoba
ROTC 4


1: French Club
2: Basketball 2;
Academy: Foot-
l High School:


ESTHER MARTHA MILLER
*t S ''
Coloi, Republic of Panama
May 22, 1941


"Silence


is golden, but


we re


off the gold standard."


Nurses' Aide 2.35,4. President 3; Caribe Club 1.2,3.4; Dramatics Club
1,2.3.4, Treasurer 3.4; Thespians 4. Secretary 4: S.A. Athletic Council
3; Homeroom Alternate 3; Advertising Staff Caribbean and Tradewind
2; Volleyball Intramurals 12.3.4. Softball 1,2.3.4. Basketball 1.2.3,4;
Swimming Team 2,3: Glee Club 1.2.3,4; Orchestra 1: Jr. Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3: Assemblies 1.2.3,1: Dance Committees 1.2.3.4


RAYMOND KULIG
"Keith"
Hot Springs, Arkansas
January 8. 1942
"With his backbone and brain he can take his place.


4


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ARTHUR NEW LAWRANCE
"Autcie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
September 10., 1041
"Lankily he lazes through CHS life."
Assemblies 2.4; ROTC 1,2.3; Drivers


' Training 4; School Plays 3.4


ELLA MAE MORALES
"Ella"
Ancon. Canal Zone
April 1, 1941
"Forward and frolic glee was-there.
The will to do, the soul to dare."
Class Dances 1,2.3,4: Jr. Sr. Prom and F
1,2.3,4: Dramatic Club Assemblies 1,2,3,4:


banquet 3; Class As


T


heodore Roosevelt /


bly 4; Intramurals 1,2.3,4. Volleyball 1.2.5.4. All-Stars 4; BasI
1,2,3,4. All-Stars 3. Softball 1.2,53,4. Jr. High Volleyball All-Stars
ager 4. Top Ten Intramurals 3: Swimming Team 3,4; Dramatics
1.2.3.4; Debate Club 2; Nurses' Aide 2,5.4; Pep Club 2: Usher


semblies


ssem-
ketball
Man-
SClub
ette 3;


Baccalaureate and Commencement 3; Freshman Sophomore Brawl 1,2;
Girls' State 3: Theodore Roosevelt Essay Contest Third Prize 4


WILLIAM 0. LIMKEMANN
"Will"
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
September 1, 1940


"His hopes are as high as his legs are long.


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JOSEPH ROBERT LORENZO
Joey
Franklin, New Jersey
December 17, 1941
"One who has both feet firmly planted in the air.


I


Boys' State 3; ROTC 1.2,3.4; Track 3.4: Football 4. "C" Club 3,4;
Dramatics Club 3,4, Arsenic and Old Lace 3. Inside Lester 4: Dance
Committees 3.4; Intramural Soccer 2,3,4, Basketball 2.3; Dramatics Club
Assemblies 3


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MARY KATHERINE O'BRIEN
"Katie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
November 10o 1941


"Bewitching


eyes; raven


Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
matics Club 1,2.3,
Drivers Training 4


Softball All-Stars 3. Top Ten 2: Girls' State
4: Dance Committees 1.2.3,4; Assemblies


1,2.,54


LOUIS EATON MARTIN, JR.
"Louie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
August 27, 1940


"He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat.


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LARRY NEIL McGAHHEY
"Mac
Melrose, Florida
May 22. 1940


- a-"
-/s
4P


"There is more in me than you understand."
FFA. Chapter Farmer 1,2.5; 4-H Club 1: Junior Play


JEAN ELIZABETH OWEN
"Limey"
Colon, Republic of Panama
December 14. 1940


as English air could make her.


GAA 3,4, Intramurals 1,2.3,4. All-Stars Softball 2.3,
Volleyball 3,4; Assemblies 34: Nurses' Aide Club 2,3.
Club 1.2; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4: Dance Committees
Ten 3; Drivers' Training 5


Basketball 3.
4; Dramatics
1,2,5,4: Top


FRED A. ROBINSON
Colon, Republic of Panama
June 14, 1941


"Let every man mind his own business.
ii
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'T C '*"it


'C


"As sweet







IRL ROGER SANDERS
Colon. Republic of Panama
April 8, 1941


"Stately and tall he walks through the halls."
"21" Club. "C" Club. Football 1.2.3,4; Track 2.35.4; Swimming 2,5.4:
Intramural Sbccer 3.4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Band 1.2; Orchestra 1.2


V


NORMA RAMIREZ
"Normita"
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
October 1, 1941
"A tinv bundle of T.N.T.


GAA 1.2,3,4. All-Stars Volleyball
1,2,3,. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Girls' State
3.4; Dance Committees 1,2.5,4


1.2.53,4, Basketball 1,2, Softball
3; Office Practice 4: Assemblies


MAXWELL SHELDON SANDERS
"Max"
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 5, 1941
"Happy am I; from care I'm free. Why aren't they all contented like me?"







THOMAS EUGENE SELLERS
Tom"
Colon, Republic of Panama
June 30. 1941
"Time is but the stream I go fishing in.
Assembly 4; ROTC 1.2,3.4; Rifle Club 1


BONNIE ALLEN RANKIN
"Boney
New York, New York
September 28, 1940
"The devil within, the devil without
She's an Irish lass, without a doubt."
GAA 2,3.,4. Intramurals 1,2,3.4. All-Stars Basketball 2,3. Softball 2,3.
Volleyball 4; Girls' State 53.4; Dramatics Club 1: Dance Committees
1,2.3,4: Office Practice 3: Assemblies 2,3; Top Ten 3; Manager Fresh-
man All-Stars 4 :Manager Junior High All-Stars 3; Drivers' Training 3


at,


RICHARD KENNETH SMITH
"Dick"
Gillette. Wyoming
March 1, 1941
"I did not come to learn, I came to laugh.







HERBERT SPECTOR
"Herb"
Colon, Republic of Panama
June 6. 1940


"Good things are twice as good when they are short.


Balboa: Football 1,2: WVater Polo 1,2: Wrestling I; Swinmming T earn
2; ROTC 2; Intramural Basketball 1,2: Intramural Baseball 1,2; Cristo-
bal: Swimming Team 3: Football 5.4, Letter 4; "C" Club 3.4; Assem-
blies 3,4; Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4: Dances 3.4; Soccer 4


JEAN ELLEN
Jeanie
Ancon. Canal


J SEAMAN

Zone


February 13. 1941


"Knowledge


is the t


reassure ,


but practice is the key to it."


rih^ift *


National Honor
Caribbean Club
2.3,4: Orchestra


So
1i.:
1


city 3,4. President 1:
,.4: Dramatics Club


Torrid
1 ,2.3.4


Zone
Nurses


2.3,4: Band 1,2,3.4: Swimming


W izards 3.4:
Aide Club


1.2,3,4, L.etter
-- ~~ r "


1.2.3,4: Intramurals. Volleyball, Basketball, Soltball 1.2.5: Girls State
3; FTA Vice-President 4; Nurses Aide Historian and Librarian 5:
Treasurer Dramatics 4: Class Assemblies 1,2,3.4: Advertising for Carib-
bean Staff 2


RICHARD SWALM
"Richie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
March 10, 1940
"Men of few words are the best men.


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RUSSELL SWEAZY
"Russ"
Des Moines, Iowa
September 27. 1941


"Content to live, this is my story.

ROTC 2.3.4


CHARLEN MARIE SHORE
Ancon, Canal Zone
January 8, 1942
"Silence is more eloquent than words.


FTA


Nurses' Aide


Drivers


' Training 4


RICHARD V1NAS
"Dick"
August 24, 1941
Humacao, Puerto Rico


"Brimming over with jests and quips, never a sad word on his lips.


-


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.-







JOSEPH M. WEIR
Joe
Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
March 2. 1942


"I have a heart with room for every joy.


Oliver High School: Football 2: Basketball 2: Honor Roll 1: Cristobal
High School: ROTC 5,4, Drill Team 3.4: Boys' State 3; Color Guard 4


ALICE JEAN TABER

Colon. Republic of Panama
January 4, 1941
"A dimple in the chin.
A devil within."


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Assemblies 1.2.3.4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3.4,
Volleyball All-Stars 1,2.3,4. Basketball All-Stars 1.2.35.4. Softball All-
Stars 1.2.53,4. GAA 1,2.5.4. Secretary 4; Freshman Coach 2: Jr. Sr.
Prom and Banquet 5; Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4; Home-
coming Dance 1.2,3.4


LEROY ORVILLE WERLEIN
Leo
Eau Claire, Wisconsiri
April 4. 1941


"It's my life: I live it, and I love it.


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EZR
"Zur
Colo
Febr
lTo
Glee


A
y
n.


YOHROS

Republic of Panama


uary 1, 1942
those who know thee not. no works can paint."
Club 4; Soccer 1,2; Intramurals 2


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CLAIRE RUTH WHITE
"Clarabelle"
Portland, Maine
July 11. 1941


"I would rather be remembered by a song than by a victory.


Dramatics Club 1.2.53.4,


Thespians


2.3.4, President Dramatics Club 4,


Secretary Thespians 5, Vice-President Thespians 4: Orchestra 1,3,4.
Band 1,3,4: Volleyball Intramurals 1: Drivers' Course 4; What A Life
1, Life With Mother 2. The Loud Red Patrick 3, Best Actress 3. Best
Thespian 3: Caribe Club 4: Honor Society 3,4: Dance Committees
1.2.3.4; Assemblies 1.2,5,4: Homeroom Representative 3.4: Girls' State 3








ANNOUNCING


THE


1959


LAST


WILL


AND


TESTAMEMNT


We, the Senior Class of
in New Cristobal. being of sot
queath, and convey our most


1959. and the last
mnd but unpredictable


treasured


possessions


to graduate


CHS


e minds, do hereby grant, be-
to the persons named below:


FRANK ALBERGA-leaves his
Alberga.
RANDY ALBERGA-leaves h
brother. Douglas Alberga.
JOHN AMBROSE-leaves his


dancing ability to h


is hard

position


work in

as presi


is cousin.,

Journalism


Douglas


PHIL JUDSON-leaves willingly.
KEITH KULIG-leaves his super strength to Pete Ender.
KAY KUNKEL-leaves her English period to Paige Benton


to his


dent of the Junior


Rifle Club to Tom Dugan.
PABLO APOLAYO-leaves gladly.
JACK BEDWELL-leaves his will to nobody, just to his forgotten
presence.
BETH BIALKOWSKI-leaves her membership in the National Honor
Society to her brother. Jay.
BOB BLAIR-leaves his smile and blushing face to Toi Billison.
HARRY BLAND-wills that the juniors may have CHS as a home
away from home.
JOHN BOSEMAN-leaves the senior class to John Marshall.
JANICE BROVWNL EE-leaves all her headaches and silly moods


PAT LAWSON-leaves
sister. Colleen.


her position


HUEY LEE-leaves her Football Crown to


as Jamboree


any lucky


Queen

junior


to her


WILL LIMKEMANN-leaves his physics homeworkic to LeRoy Bar-
field.
SUZIE LLOYD-leaves her seat in American Institutions ;o Lee Peck.
JOE LORENZO-leaves tribulations of the Faculty to next years
seniors and underclassmen and takes all the good times.
LOUIS MARTIN-leaves his first chair position in band and orchestra
to someone.
ESTHER MILLER-leaves her piano to the future Glee Club ac-
companist and hopes that shie will have the patience for the hard
work ahead.


Beverly.


SANDY CHESTER-leaves her nickname "C"
KAREN COATE-leaves her desire to learn to
MICKEY CUNNINGHAM-leaves his hunting(
GERARDE DETORE-leaves his ability to


Bruce.
MARGUERITE ENGELKE-leaves her


fun and excitement to


her sister.


to Nancy Chaphe.


anyone
Spot
catch


Honiecoming


ie that wants it.
to Bobby Rice.
a ball to Don


position


Mary Alice.


LINDA ERIKSON-leaves her two right


gym


Barbara.
RUSSELL FAVORITE-leaves his tackle posi
fill it.
CELSA FRANCHESCHI-leaves her typing


needs it.
RONALD FRANKEL-leaves
to any upcoming senior.
NANCY GIBSON-leaves her
Sponsor to Sally Eisen.
JUDY GRIFFON-leaves her
Dreyer.


til


shoes


to her sister.


on to anyone who can

skill to someone that


his ability to understand (.?) physics


position as


hard working


cheerleader and ROTC


senior


year


to Steffi


MAX HANNA-just leaves.
BTLL HAYES-leaves all his work to anyone who wants it.
MARTIN HERNANDEZ-leaves his spikes to the next third base-
man.
DIANE HICKEY-leaves her cheerleading position to Ginny Favorite.
DONALD HUMPHREY-leaves his bow-legs to Jimmy Palumbo.
BILL HOGAN-leaves with no comment.


MARTHA JOHNSON-leaves her southern accent to Helen


Spector.


ELLA MAE MORALES-leases to her sister. Edna. her ability
enjoy all that comes her way in the halls of CHS.
KATIE O'BRIEN-leaves the office of president of the "Irish Ch


to Brenda Collins.
JEAN OWEN-leaves to


Ub"


any Limey the ability to uphold the English


reputation
NORMA RAMIREZ-leaves her height to her
BONNIE RANKIN-leaves her truck behind


sister.


to any


Irishman who


can live up to its reputation.
FRED ROBINSON-leaves his ability to watch the girls.
MAX SANDERS-just plain leaves.
JEAN SEAMIAN-leaves her violin seat in orchestra to her sister
Carol. and her French horn place in band to her sister. Pat.


TOM SELLERS-with his best


wishes.


leaves


Mrs. Smith to the


class of 1960.
CHARLENE SHORE-leaves her ability to work to her sister. Diane.
RICHARD SMITH-leaves before the teachers change their minds.
RICHARD SWALM-leaves slowly but surely.
RICHARD VINAS--lcaves his place on the bus to Crookle and


Rodriquez.
MARY LOU WASHABAUGH-leaves
Ender.
JOE WEIR-leaves his seat in Mr. Pla
LEROY VWERLEIN-leaves his never-er
work to Robert Morrissey.


CLAIRE WHITE-leaves


EZRA


her office


YOHROS-leaves his weight


her French


horn to


us room to Don Bruce.
ding assignments of home-


in O.T.L. to
(190 pounds)


Vickie


Fettler.


to the football


team to use as best they can.


to her sister.







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JUNIORS


Robert Irwin
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Emily Hearn
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CLASS


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Frank McLeod
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Leroy Barfield


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Peter Ender


Michelle Fernandez


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Judy Gray


Ruby Hall


Gerald Itily


Ruth Himies


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Felix Karpinski


Mlarion Leali


Paul Leigniidier


Leila Iron


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Gerald McGaughey


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Andrea Nash


Carl Newhard


Joan Page


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John Petersen


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Sandra Roscoe


Jack Sanders


Diana Smith


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William Will


Ada Wynne


Melvin Fields


Francisco Katz

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George Cotton
President:


Sharon


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Mary Alice EngeIke
Secretary:


Paige Benton


Veronica


Blennerhassett


James


Baseman


Lynne Coffin


John Cronan


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Louise Aligaier


Leslie Berger


Donald Bonneau


Rod Brayton


Brenda Collins


EJizabeth Crooke


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Jay Bialkowski


Shirely Bonneau


Harry Bute


Sharon Cooper


Kathleen Crouch


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Cecilia Lelaidier


Robert Geddes


Stephanie Dreyer


Barbara Erikson


Albert Goguen


Bruce Him


Richard Jones


Elizabeth Limklcemann


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Patrick Dockery


Ginny Favorite


Andrea Grebien


Mary Jane Husted


Walter Kleefkins


Livia Lippincott


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Thomas Dugan


Carlos Fernandez


Judith Hakanson


Cody Holk


Keith Kenway


Bill Livingston


Paul Ebdon


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Helen FogIe


Barbara Hall


Gary Irving


Hazel Kirkland


John Manning


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Betsy Hewitt


Patricia Egger


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Allen Messer


Katherine Kucikas


Diane Shore


Andrea Terrell


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Mike Metcalf


Jose Rodriquez


Rebecca Slowick


Pamela Theriot


Leonard Webs


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Arthur May


David Miller


Hilda Saborio


Daniel Smith


Leslie Tompkins


Joe Westcott


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Ann McClelland


Elizabeth McLaren


Robert Morrissey


Bert Murray


Leo Sanchez


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Helen Spector


James Steams


Roberta Vache


Bobby Walker


Dewey Whittaker


Terry Wilcox


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John Waino
President


Robert Chan
Vice-President


Colleen Lawson
Secretary-Treasurer


Linda Eglhinton


Derek Egger


Isabelle Adams


Jean Allan


Regina Brackins


Susan


Corrigan


La Rue Christoph


Beverly George


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Charles Arington


Jack Beckham


Tommy Bowers


Howard Clarke


Vicki Fettler


John Everson


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Mariela Alcoriza


Carol Bruland


Patricia Clarke


Nancy Chaphe


Louis Davis


Mary Louis Gross


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Elizabeth Hanna


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Charlene Graves


Stephen Franklin


Robert Himes


1Sandra Husted
Sandra Husted


Roger Hutchinson


Pamela Johnston


John Humble


Betty Jarman


Tony Kuciklcas


Francis Lloyd


Stanley Leon


Carol Morland


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Patricia Holmes


John Hallo


Lennart Hakanson


David Judson


Samuel


Jeffrey Leon


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Mary Ann Hardwici


Verna Hildebrand


Sonia


Kandrin


Catherine Lewis


Gaye Livingston


Evelyn Messer


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Clarice Lamis


Ana Jacques


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Jack Pierce


Miguel Rivera


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Hilda Riefkohl


Ada Rosania


Laura Strongman


Marie We'rt


Theresa Washahaugh


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Harold Oestrike


Eugene Pugh


Robert Rankin


John Vasilake


Terry Webster


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Wilma Rodriguez


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Joanne Tang


Sherry Waklem


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STUDENT


ASSOCIATION


Unity is the main activity that is pro-
moted by the STUDENT ASSOCIA-
TION.
This important branch of the Associa-
tion has for its members nearly all of the
student body which elects a Student
Council consisting of four officers and
one representative from each homeroom.


The five officers for this year are
)seman (president), Jim Will
resident Pat Lawson (secretary)
alkowslki (treasurer). Bill WilI


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John
(vice-
Beth
(asst.


treas.).


By being a member students receive the
"Trade Wind." "Caribbean," and ad-
mission to all school dances, plays and
athletic contests.
All the awards sports, dramatics.
music are provided for by the SA.
Mr. James Pfau is the SA's sponsor.


FRONT ROW. left to right: Jim Will. John Boseman. Pat Lawson. Bill Will.
SECOND ROW. left to right: Shirley Bonneau. Leslie Berger. Elizabeth Hanna.
Verna Ray Hildebrand. MaryNell Lee. Ginny Favorite, Marguerite Engelke.
THIRD ROW. left to right: Hugo Tomkins. Joanne Tang. Keith Kulig. Hilda
Rieflkol, Claire White. Paul Leignadier.


ATHLETIC


COUNCIL


The Athletic Council is made up of
the Student Association alternates. Their


job is to take care of the gate at all C
athletic contests.
This year Mr. Gregg is sponsor.
The officers for this year are Jim
(president), and Bill Will treasuryr


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TORRID


ZONE


WIZARDS


The Torrid Z
local honorary s(
motes interest in
field trins, exoe


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science c
science
riments.


stations, and lectures.


izards, a
lub, pro-
through
demon-
Qualifi-


cations for membership include a
high scholastic average and an


active interest in


science.


FRONT ROW: Sally Eisen. treasurer: Frank McLeod, president;
SECOND ROW: Jean Seaman. Carol Agee. Jean Owen.


Berger. secretary.
Coate, Beth Bialkowski.


Maedl. sponsor.
THIRD ROW: Tom Billison, George Metcalf, Felix Karpinski, Jim Palumbo. Jim Will. Leroy Werlein.
FOURTH ROW: Phil Judson. Eddie Donahue. Gary Irving. Will Limkemann, Maurice Belanger.
Giles Martin.


CARIBE


CLUB


The Caribe Club


is an exclu-


sive club in which the members
are invited to join, depending on
their scholastic ability and their


interest
teaching.


a future


career


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Marguerite Engelke


Claire


Judy Griffon


White


SSecretary-Treasurer


NATIONAL


Jean Seama
President





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HONOR


Karen


Coate


Beth Bialkowslki


SOCIETY


is el
Soci
and


The highest honor that Cristobal High School can bestow upon a student
election to membership in the Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor
ety. Qualifications for membership are character, leadership, scholarship


service.


THE


"21"


CLUB


TOP ROW. left to right: Bob Blair. J
Gloin. Tom Dugan. Jim Palumbo. Mr.


im Mc-
Steams.


Sponsor.
SECOND ROW from top, left to right: Bob
Hill. Jay Bialkowski. Paul Leignadier, Irl Sanders.
John Wainio.
THIRD ROW from top. left to right: Alex
Steamrns. John Boseman. Gary Irving. Pete Ender.
Bill Will, Larry Wilder.
BOTTOM ROW. left to right: Maurice Belan-
ger. Secretary. Keith Kulig. President. Jim Will.
Vice-President. Pablo Apolayo. Jim Williford.


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BOYS'

"C"


CLUB


KNEELING, left to right: Coach Paul Moser. Brian Lutz. Walter Woodruff. Jim Will. George
Cotton. Dewey Whitaker. Peter Ender. Jim McGloin, Don Bonneau. Jim Palumho.
TOP ROW. left to right: John Marshall. Carl Newhard. Harry Colbert, Melvin Fields. Mickey
Cunningham, Rex Daisey. Gerade DeTore. Joe Lorenzo. Herb Spector. Don Humphrey, John
Boseman. Russell Favorite. Dick Vinas. Keith Kulig. Jose Crooke. Bill Hogan. Gary Irving. Don
Bruce. Tom Dugan.


The C Club is composed of boys w
one of the three sports played in C.H.S.


Track.


officers


were


ho have made their letter in any
They are: Football. Baseball, and
n Humphrey, President: Russell


Favorite, Vice-President: and Keith Kulig, Secretary-Treasurer.
sponsored by Coach Ingram and Coach Moser.


' The club


KNEELING. left to right: Huey Lee.
President: Alice Taber. Secretary.
STANDING. left to right, first row: B
Leila Leon.
SECOND ROW. left to right: Shar
Jean Owen. Ginny Favorite. Janic
THIRD ROW. left to right: Sponsor.
Collins. Carol Seamen. Brenda M


Vice-President: Diane Hickey.
onnie Rankin, Norma Ramirez,


on McEIhone.


Marion Smith,


e Brownlee. Beverly Brownlee.
Mrs. Louis Fattorosi: Brenda
urray, Martha Johnson, Darce


Hause.


The Girls'


Athletic Association


sports club. composed only of the girls who are


outstanding in sports.


To become


a member.


girl must participate in at least two All-Star
teams in one year, or one All-Star team and be


among the, top ten in the point system.
sor of the club is Mrs. Louis Fattorosi.


The spon-


Cu^'f ^


GIRLS'


ATHLETIC


ASSOCIATION


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is an exclusive






NURSES


AIDE


CLUB


The Nurses' Aide Club is
an open club for all high
school girls who are inter-
ested in a future career in
nursing. During the sum-
mer, the girls in this club
work at Coco Solo Hospital
to further their knowledge
of nursing.


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m.-^s.p^i,


KNEELING: Esther Miller, president: Jean Van Der Hyden: Jear. beaman, 1st vice-president; Mary
Lou Washabaugh. 2nd vice-president; Carol Seaman, treasurer; Elizabeth Limkemann, historian:
Carolyn Peck., Gaye Livingston, Shirley Littleton.
SECOND ROW: Miss McLimans, sponsor: Marguerite Engelke. Kay Kunkel. Ellen Clute. Jean Owen,
Marion Smith. Diane Hickey. Ella Morales, Ann McClelland, Beverly Brownlee. Mary Beth Daugh-
erty. Sally Eisen, Louise Allgaier. Andrea Terrell. Pat Holmes. Emily Hearnm. Janice Brownlee.
Betsy Hewitt, Andrea Grebein. Livia Lippincott. Jean Dockery, Karen Coate, Stephanie Dreyer,
Bobby Vache.


JUNIOR


RIFLE


CLUB


The Junior Rifle Club is
composed of those students
who are interested in shoot-


ing and the correct
fire-arms. Each yi


use of


ear


club members compete in
National Rifle Matches and


the outstanding
receive awards.


marksmen


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DRAMATICS


CLUB


FRONT ROW: Mr. Fattorosi. sponsor: Jean
Seaman, treasurer: Sally Eisen. historian; Mar-
guerite Engelke. secretary: Pat Lawson, vice-
president: Claire WVhite. president.
SECOND ROW: Beverly George, Mary l.ou
Washabaugh. Kay Kunkel. Sandy Chester.
Esther Miller, Livia Lippincott. Cecilia L'lai-
dier. Lesley Berger.
THIRD ROW: Betsy Hewitt. Judy Gritron
David Miller, Gaye Livingston. Joan Page.
FOURTH ROW: Judy Hlakanson. Becky
McLeod Lynn Coffin, Ellen Clute. Ramorna
Anderson. Jean Dockerv. Carol Seaman.


FIFTH ROW: Stephanie Dreycr. Beverly
Brownlee. Elizabetl Limnkemann. Leila Leon.
Ann McClelland.
BACK ROW: David Larrison. Joe Lorenzo.
Harry Butz. Leroy Werlein. Vicki Fetller. Bill
Hayes. W\Vill Limgemann. Frank McLeod.
Louise Allgaier. Randy Alberga.


tics.
learn


The Dramatics Club is an open club to all high school students that are interested in drama-
This club produces the plays that are presented to the public and in this way the members
Sthe different aspects of drama.


NATIONAL


THESPIANS,


TROUPE


NO.


217


Will Limkemann. Treasurer; Esther
Secretary: Bill Hayes. President: Mr.
Fattorsi. Sponsor; Pat Lawson: Leroy
Werlein: Leila Leon; Joan Page. (N
lured. Claire White. Vice-President.)


Miller.
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OFFICE


GIRLS


The Office Girls run errands, type
memos, file. and do other helpful
jobs for an academic credit. They
work in the Principal's office.


Left to Right: Sharon McEIhone. Martha Johnson. Celsa Franceschi, Norma Ramirez, Joan Page.


LIBRARY


ASSISTANTS


The Library Assistants do innum-
erable jobs. such as keeping library
records, checking and replacing
books, and helping a student who
needs help while in the library.


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A Comedy in Three Acts


Act One:
Lester Pelham's office in New
Late this spring.









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York City.


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Louie ............................................... W ill Limkemann
Alg ie .------.........................................................Joe Lorenzo
Iaggie Horton .--............................... -R-------ita Engelkce
Toni WVilliams .---......................-----..-..-........... Leslie Berger
Josephine Huxley .-.................---....-- .......... Nancy Gibson
Lester Pelham ...----- .............-..-...-...... ............... Bill Hayes
Casa ---.................-....---..-..................-........ Claire White
George Fleming ..---...........-. ..-....--.............. Leroy WVerlein
Pembina Gordley-Smith ........-.......... Martha Johnson
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Balboa High School won the trophy
with a total of thirteen points, with the


Tigers,.


the Athletic


Club,


ond, with a total of six points apiece.


Junior College


was unable


to score.


Both Cristobal and Balboa were not


scored


upon.


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Co-Captain
Co-Captain


Donald
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Humphrey and
Favorite present-
a pendant.


Queen Patricia with head cheerleader
Huey Lee and Diane Hickey.







Nancy Gibson
Senior-2 yrs.


Diane Hickey
Senior-2 yrs.


CHEERLEADERS


Shirley Bonneau
Sophomore-I yr.


Sharon McElhone
Sophomore--i yr.


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Huey Lee
Senior (Capt.)-2


Molly Engelke
Sophomore-2 yrs.


Holly Eisen
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Princess Martha Johnson, Princess of the
Lillies and Daughter of the Sunset. Mar-
tha was escorted by Herbert Spector,
Chief of the Leftouts and Master of the
Waybacks.


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Princess Nancy Gibson, Pr
Roses and Daughter of
Nancy was escorted by Jo
Chief of the Single Wing
of the Bucketheads.


incess of the
the Sunrise.
hn Boseman.
and Master


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Princess Jean Owen. Princess of the
Daisies and Daughter of the Evening.
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Most


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Jool tal


1958


RUSS


FAVORITE


1950--Sullivan. Dick (QB)


195 1-Whitlock. Pau
10952-Bryant (center)


1953-McGaughey
1954-Bazan (back)


(guard)


(center)


1955-Fears (guard). Bazan (back)


956-Rankin


1957-Sasso


(back


(back)


JUDGES'


COMMENT


"Just his presence


in the game gave


team the lift it needed, and


was unequaled."
"This year, more than


ever


as a lin


your


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CHS has


had such an equal balance of strength that it
was extremely difficult to select a Most Valu-
able Player. Russ Favorite showed well both






Princess Marguerite Engelke, Princess of the
Orchid, and Daughter of the Noon-Day Sun.
Marguerite was escorted by Keith Kulig. Chief
of the Acrobats and Master of the Forward Pass.


Queen Huey I, owner of the Flowers, Daughter
of the Jewels, Lady of the Night and Ruler of
C.H.S. Huey was escorted by Donald Humph-
rey, Knight of the Blue and Gold. Master of the
Quarterback Sneak and Caller of the Plays.









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CHS


BASEBALL


TEAM


KNEELING. left to right: Gerarde DeTore. Keith Kulig. Donald Humphrey, Jim
Richard Vinas.


Will. Larry Wilder,


STANDING. left to right: Alexis


Stearnms


(manager). Donnie Bruce. Jimmy Palumbo. Hugo Tompkins.


Jimmy McGloin. John Wainio. Marty Hernandez, Brian Lutz, George Cotton, Coach Ingram.


George Cotton
Catcher


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Donnie Bruce
Right Field


Jimmy McGloin
First Base


Richard Vinas
Center Field


Donald Humphrey
First Base


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Larry Wilder
Second Base


Keith Kulig
Shortstop


Jim Will
Outfield


Hugo Tompkins
Left Field


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SQUAD


FIRST ROW: David Larrison. Donald Humphrey. Keith Kulig. Coach Moser.
SECOND ROW: Gary Irving. Richard Swalm. Carl Newhard. Donald Bonneau. Walter Woodroff.
Warren Marquard. Danny Smith.
THIRD ROW: Joseph McGoff. Hugo Tompkins. Joe Lorenzo, Thomas Billison. Bolando Sterling. Tommy
Bowers. Dewey Whitaker, Jose Crooks.


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BACK ROW: Bill Gibson. Coach Moser.
man. George Kirkland.
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The All-Stars are selected by Mrs.
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League tied with Balboa


for second and third.


The first game


was with Balboa, but CHS lost 55 to


25. The second
CHS 17 to 44.


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was with JC;


with Balboa. 31 to 19 in favor of Cris-


tobal, and the last game
CHS. 19: JC. 22.


was with JC.


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FIRST ROW. left to right: Alice Taber. Bonny Rankin. Diane Hickey
iptain, Darce Hause. Ella Mae Morales. SECOND ROW. left to right:


Mary Jane Husted-Manager, Mary Lou Washabaugh, Carol Seaman. Nancy
Gibson. Janice Brownlee. Martha Johnson, Jean Owen. not pictured, Brenda
Murry.


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THIRD ROW. left to right: John Humble. Claire White. Phil Sanders. Mary Lou Washabaugh.
FOURTH ROW, left to right: Harry Colbert. John Wainio. Robert Evans. Louis Martin.
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THIRD ROW\V. left to right: Laura Strongnan. Theresa W\ashabaugh. Jean
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Left to right: Battalion Executive Officer Louis Martin. Battalion Sponsor
John Boseman. S-5 Irl Sanders. Battalion Adjutant John Ambrose.


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SECOND ROW. left to right: Thomas Billison, Paul Ehdon. Joe W'escott. John Humble. Harry Levine.
John Vasilakle. Allan Messer. Giles Martin. Mike Metcalf


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Governor Potter addresses
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T. R. Con-


Mr. Gerald Schearer. member of
the planning committee, and Mr.
Hagedorn, biographer of T. R., are
interviewed by two journalism stu-
dents, Randy and Sandy.


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The CHS R.O.TC. was
hand to meet the medal holders.


T. R. Essay Winners are Ronald. Ella.
Bill.


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BOOSTERS


Mrs. Clifford


Mr. Robert A


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nd Mrs.
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nd Mrs.
nd Mrs.
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nd Mrs.
nd Mrs.
Pat Flor
nd Mrs.
Lamoine
nd Mrs.
Ruby Ra
Lnd Mrs.
nd Mrs.
nd Mrs.
Lnd Mrs.


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Asbury
E. Rushing
Robert Vache
Merrill Webster
Curtis George
Albert Shore
Emmitt Argo
mold


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. Forsythe
Fhomas Behre
Gail Fortner
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Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Roush
Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty"
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stearns
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Saur
Coach and Mrs. Ingram
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spitzer
Mrs. Laurie
Mrs. Freeman


ter


vviiiam vvray
Louis Damiani
R. Dugan
Duncan
Walter Johnston
Richard Pennington
es
M. E. Taake
W\Verlein
John Fettler
vdel
R. Swearinger
Henry Shirk
George Mitchell
Floyd McDermitt


Mrs. Leslie Anderson
Mrs. Joseph Coffin
Mrs. Randy Redman
Mrs. D. M. Jenkins
and Mrs. Fred M. Lawrence
and Mrs. Harold M. Craig
Mrs. Carl Maedl
Mrs. James H. Pfau
Mrs. Robert Gegg
lly McLimans
Mrs. Paul Beck
Taylor


Adamary


Anderson


Jeanne Brown
nd Mrs. Louis Fattorosi
and Mrs. Acyl Swaney


Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Margaret


Folsom
Gately


and Mrs. Noel (
and Mrs. Eugend
and Mrs. O. E.
and Mrs. Paul I
and Mrs. Luke I
Charles Reeves
and Mrs. Edward


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Jorstad
Vloser
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Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and


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Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
Mr. and
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Mr. and
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Mr.
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Mrs.
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Mrs.
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Mrs.


Alfred Brameld
WV. S. Russon
J. Droste
E. E. Danial
A .T. Marsh
E. W. Brandt
W. W. Woodruff
Russell Johnson
McKAY, INC.
S. Smithson
Harry B. Johnson
H. B. Butcher, Jr.
J. H. Housley
G. I. Geyer
C. V. Torstenson
J. A. Barrett
Herbert Engelke
C. De Lapp
L. L. Barfield
McKAY. INC.
Victor May, Jr.
Robert Progler
Lewis B. McGoff
G. R. Szima
K. L. McGraw
D. R. LaPorta
A. L. Logan
Warren E. Le Doux
Jerry Fruth
R. J. Blair


t. and Mrs. W. A. Reinheimer
and Mrs. W. B. Poston
and Mrs. D. E. Grier
and Mrs. Russell Hildebrand
y Jane Cole


Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs.
Capt. and Mrs.
Capt. and Mrs.
WILFORD &
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I
Mr. M. W. Br


Riefkohl


. L. Collins
R. J. Rios
W. H. Sparing
J. B. Wallace
T. W. Gove
McKAY, INC.
Thomas W. Drohan
Fred Sapp
own


Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Irwin
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Rozmeski
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Geddie
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bernstein
UNITED FUND FORUM
COLON FREE ZONE
ALMACEN CENTRAL
COLON. R.P.


Friends of C. H
Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr. and Mrs. W
Capt. and Mrs. J
Mr. and Mrs. W
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Rev. and Mrs. J.
Latin Class. Peri


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Wilson
'. Scott
. Finley Meehan
r. Wertz
Van Der Heyden
W. Limkemann
od VIII


Capt. and Mrs. G. P. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Behre
Capt. and Mrs. G. F. Campbell


Capt. and Mrs.
Capt. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. /
Mr. and Mrs. (


G. Y. Christian
F. E. Brown
,. N. Ruoff
D. G. Soroul


Capt. and Mrs. A. L. Wilder
Capt. and Mrs. R. N. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. De Rap
Capt. and Mrs. G. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McLaughlin. Jr.
Capt. and Mrs. A. F. Wilder


Capt. and Mrs.


Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. R. E. Mc
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.


Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. O.
Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. W
Mrs. F. G. Cain


C. W. Lewis
. P. Bender
7. R. Graham
SH. Smith
mullough
SE. Hamlin
. H. Wilson


Arnold


W. Brede
L. Crixon
J. Marceau
V. Kirkland
H. Egger, Jr.
P. Strickland
-. Stanley
B. Redmond


Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Huffman
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Alexaitis
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spivey
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Snyder
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pavne


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Compliments of

NETHERLANDS


STEAMSHIP


CO.


Cristobal, Canal Zone


Compliments of


ITALIAN LINE

Cristobal, Canal Zone


Compliments of


JOHN


SURANY


llth and Front St. Tel. 77
Colon, Panama


Compliments of the


ATLANTIC


SKINDIVERS


ASSOCIATION


THE


CHASE


MANHATTAN


BANK


BRANCHES AT:
Panama, Republic of Panama
Colon, Republic of Panama


Balboa, Canal


Cristobal, Canal


Zone


Zone


David, Republic of Panama


Compliments of


PANAMA


AGENCIES


CO.


Compliments of


GATUN


GUN


CLUB


Welcome Members For Jr. Rifle Team


Box 442


With C<


Gatun, Canal Zone


compliments


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Courtesy of


FRANK


SCOTT


Compliments of

JACKSON


STEAM


LAUNDRY,


INC.


TELEPHONE 431


MUEBLERIA


INGLESA


Hi-Fi "Grundig"
Consoles & Radios

L. SANCHEZ
Colon, Panama


SEARS
You may shop through our catalog,
or your nearest retail store.
Everything can be bought on easy terms.


Colon, Panama


- TEL. 1137


Best Wishes from the


PANAMA
YACHT


CANAL
CLUB


Cristobal, Canal Zone


Best Wishes from

BESTFIT
Quality Suits


Panama


Colon


Compliments of


ALMACEN


FONG






















Grrr-ump!!!


ill hore'd?


Go, cats, go!


Smile pretty Pat!


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CRISTOBAL AND


CO. INC.


BALBOA


BEST WISHES


TO


THE


CLASS OF 1959

TERMINALES PANAMA, S.A.

COLON, PANAMA


Box 462


TEL. 1800























Just conserving all our energy!


So wearily we take our leave of


the magic isle of


Taboia.


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COMPLIMENTS OF


BOYD

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CHOOSE PN AMERICAN and you choose the airline that flies
the largest commercial international air fleet in the world.
This means you have more flights to choose from and more
places to go than on any other airline.
And you fly on the most modern, up-to-date equipment
in the air, with courteous and efficient crews backed by
around-the-world experience. One Pan American ticket can
take you all the way around the world and most places in
between. Wherever you want to go, whenever you want to
go, Pan American is ready to take you.


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WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE
Panama: Calle"L"No. S5-Tel. 2-0670; ColIn: Edif. Salas, Tel.1097


COMPLIMENTS


B.P.


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Cristobal


COMPLIMENTS

THE BREAKERS


Coco Solo, Canal


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JOURNALISM


Randy


Alberga


Bob Blair
Sandy Chester


Marguerite


Engelke
Martha


STAFF,


1959


Ronald Frankel
Nancy Gibson
Bill Hayes
Bill Hogan


John


son


Sponsor, M
Advertising


siness


Frederick Saur


Sponsor, Mr.


Manager,


Robert


Bernard Mazzoni
Blair


PHOTOGRAPHERS


Cover photo and ROTC by U.S.


Army


Signal


Corps Photographers


Senior and


Underclassmen portraits,


Mr. Nicholas


Guanti,


Studio,


Colon, R. P.
Other photographs
Barfield, and


by Randy
Joan Page.


Alberga,


Bill Hogan,


Maurice


Belanger,


LeRoy


ADVERTISING


STAFF


Bob Blair
Carol Bruland
Gaye Livingston
Jean Van Der Heyden
Mary Hardwick


Molly Engelke
Verna Hildebrand
Mary Park
Carol Morland
Beverly George


Robert Chan
Sam Katz
Hilda RiefkohI
Tommy Wilson
Sally Eisen
Wanda Scott


Messenger


Bill W


eigle.


LeRoy


Barfield.


The CARIBBEAN


Staff wishes


to thank Mr. Paul Richmond


for his time, effort, and interest in making the


one to remember,
of past years.


as well as his kind cooperation with the staffs


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AGENTS & BROKERS


CANAL ZONE


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THE CLASS OF




MARGARITA F


WISHES TO
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Bonded F.T.A. Members


Cristobal


Phone


3-1916


Compliments of


With Compliments
of


"BAZAR


HONEST"


THE


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NEW


NATIONAL
BANK
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COLON, R.P.


Tel. 734


Post Office Box 430


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ALMA


MATER


We're come


to sing


a praise,


A hearty


cheer to raise,


For the school we love so


dear:


Our own Cristobal High;
We'll honor her name;


Increase


her fame,


Through passing years,


Twill be


the same;


She's


the best on


Zone,


She's second to


none,


We're proud to claim her for


Our own,


our very


own;


Northeast, southwest,
We've found her best,
She's our own
Cristobal High!




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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    Title Page
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    Dedication
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    Administration and faculty
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CARIBBEAN
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presenting
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1959

CARIBBEAN


Cristobal High School
Cristobal, Canal Zone


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We do not dedicate this book
To buildings old or new,
For buildings do not make a school,
But loyal deeds and true.


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Its students, classes, teachers, games,

The dances, plays, the songs;

The festivals, all school events,

To these our hearts belong.


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Where'er you are, oh C.H.S.,
Wherever on the Zone,
Our dedication of this book
Honors our school home.


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BEFORE WE LEAVE, WE

SENIORS
CHEER YOU JUST ONCE MORE,


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MARY LOUISE AGNES WASHABAUGH
"Mary Lou"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 15, 1941
"If there be any kindness I can show, or anything good I can do,
let me do it now."
Dramatics 1,2.3,4, Sound Effects 1,2,3,4; Nurse's Aide 2,3,4, Vice
President 3; Jr. Rifle Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 1.2,3.4; Assem-
blies 1.2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3: Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement 3: Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4,
All-Stars 4, Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3.4, All-Stars 3, Softball Intra-
murals 1,2.3,4; Class President 4; Swimming Team 3,4.


Our hard working officers Mary Lou,
president, and Bill, vice-president, in
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WILLIAM G. HAYES
"Bill"
Colon. Republic of Panama
December 12, 1941
"I make the most of all that comes, and the least of all that goes."
Debate Club 1; Homeroom Alternate 1,3, Homeroom Representative 2,
Vice-President 4; ROTC 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Dance Committees
1,2.3,4: Assembly Committees 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2.3,4, Thespian
2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Most Valuable Thespian 3, Plays -
Sabrina Fair 1, What a Life 1, Angel Street 2, The Loud Red Patrick
2, Arsenic and Old Lace 3. The Hitchhiker 3: Opening Day Dance
and Assembly 3: Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet'3; Dramatics Club Asseia-
bly 1,2.3,4; FTA Assembly 2; Bowling 4: Theodore Roosevelt Assem-
bly 4.


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MARTHA ANN JOHNSON
"Marty"
West Columbia, Texas
October 8, 1940
"Vivacious and charming, her smile's so disarming."
Dramatic Club 1; Class Assemblies 1,2.3: Class Dances 1.2,3.4: Jr. Sr.
Prom and Banquet 3: Volleyball. Basketball. Softball Intramurals
1.2,3,4, Volleyball All-Stars 3,4. Basketball All-Stars 3, GAA 3,4. Top
Ten 2,3; Nurses' Aide 2.3: Graduation and Baccalaureate 3; Class
Secretary 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2. Treasurer 3, Secretary 4: Drivers
Training 3: Journalism 4: Office Practice 4; Opening Day Dance and
Assembly 4; Girls' State 3: Homecoming Court 4; Theodore Roosevelt
Assembly 4: Inside Lester 4: ROTC Sponsor 4.


Graduation cards to be ordered, how
many? Martha and Janice are work-
ing hard.


JANICE ANN BROWNLEE
'Jan"
Ancon, Canal Zone
November 20, 1940
Class Treasurer 4; Volleyball. Basketball. Softball Intramurals 1.2,3.4.
Volleyball All-Stars 3.4. Basketball 3, Softball All-Stars 3; Nurses'
Aide 2.3,4, Vice-President 3; GAA 3.4: Dance Committees 1,2,3,4;
Assemblies 1,2,3.4. Vice-President 3: GAA 3,4; Dance Committees
1.2,3.4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4: Jr Sr. Prom and Banquet; Christmas and
Spring Festivals 1,2,3.4; Drivers' Training 3; Homecoming Dance 4;
Opening Day Assembly 4.

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FRANK RICHARD ALBERGA
"Hamberger"
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 30, 1941
"A regular swingster, and plenty rocking rhythm."
Junior Rifle Club, Executive Officer 4; ROTC 1.2,.,4, Rifle Team 3,4;
Homeroom Alternate 3.1; Assemblies 1,2,5,4


MARY ELIZABETH BIALKOWSKI
"Beth"
Colon. Republic of Panama
July 15, 1941
"Sentences fail when one word is complete, description of Beth is one
word: sweet."
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Dances 1. 2. 3. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3: Volleyball Intramurals 1, 2, 3. Softball Intramurals 1, 2.
Basketball Intramurals 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer
4; Band 1, 2, 4, Orchestra 1, 2; Girls State 3; SA Treasurer 4; Secre-
tary 3; Homeroom Alternate 1: Debate Club 2: Caribe Club 2, 5. 4,
Vice-President 3, President 4: Rifle club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 1. 3. 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards ., 4: Dramatics Club 1. 2: Pep Club 2; Dramatics
Club Assemblies 1, 2; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4


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RANDOLPH ERNEST ALBERGA
"Randy'
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 10, 1940
"A helping hand he'll always lend: a carefree lad, but a real true friend."
Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Thespians 4: ROTC 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 4;
Dance Committees 1. 2. 3, 4: Assembly Committees 1, 2. 3, 4: Quill
& Scroll 2, 3, Journalism 4; Plays 1, 2. 3, 4: Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement 3: Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Bowling 4: Drivers' Train-
ing 3


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JOHN AMBROSE
"Johnnie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
December 20, 1940
"A little work and mostly play. blend together for a perfect day."
ROTC 1,2.3,4, Jr. Rifle Club 1.2.3,4. ROTC Rifle Team 1.2.3.4. ROTC
Drill Team 1.2: Bowling Team 2,3; Baseball 1


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SANDRA LEE CHESTER
"Sandy"
Cincinnati, Ohio
July 28, 194i
"She's sparkle and spice and everything nice.
Glee Club 1.2: Dramatics Club 4: Bowling 1: Softball Intramurals 4:
ROTC Secretary 4; Assembly 3: Girls' State 3: Caribbean Staff 4:
Trade Wind Staff 4: Drivers' Training 4


PABLO APOLAYO
Colon, Republic of Panama
February 24, 1941
"His nimble brain is hidden by levity."
"21" Club 1.2.3,4; Soccer 2; Glee Club 4


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JACKIE DEAN BEDWELL
"Jack"
Linton, Indiana
May 23, 1941
"Speech is great; but silence is greater."
ROTC 1,2,3: Drill Team 1,2,3; Bowling 3,4



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KAREN SUE COATE
Westerville, Ohio
April 4, 1941
"Silent and reserved, her mind the world observed."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 2.3.4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
National Honor Society 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Class Dances 2


ROBERT JOHN BLAIR JR.
"Bobby"
Darby, Pennsylvania
February 2. 1941
"The man that blushes .. not quite a brute."
"21" Club 3.4; ROTC 1,2.3.4: Assemblies 2,3,4; Plays-Life with
Mother 2: Tradewind Staff 4. Caribbean Staff 4, Business -Manager 4:
Glee Club 4; Drivers' Training 3: Jr. Sr. Prom 3



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HARRY BLAND
"Raunchy"
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
May 27. 1939
"Not work, but play, that's my way."

















MARGUERITE ANN ENGELKE
"Rita"
Panama City. Republic of Panama
June 1i, 1941
"A true and loyal friend who makes brain and beauty blend."
'.National Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2.3,4, Assemblies 1,2.3.
Vice-President 3, Secretary 4. Inside Lester 4, Thespian Society 3,4,
Historian 4; Nurses' Aide 2.3,4, Secretary 3; Student Association Vice-
President 3. President of Athletic Council 3; Homeroom Representative
4: Class Dances 1.2.3.4; Class Assemblies 1.2,3.4: Jr. Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3: Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Intramurals 1.2.3. Volleyball.
Basketball, Softball, "B" League Volleyball All-Stars 2. Glee Club
1,2.4: Usherette at School Programs 3; Pep Club 2: Homecoming.Court
4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 4: School Assemblies and Dances
1,2,3,4: Journalism 4










JOHN JOSEPH BOSEMAN
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 15, 1941
"Perseverance gains its need, and patience wins the race."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4: "C" Club 3.4; Football 2.3,4. Letter 3,4: Basketball
2.3,4, Letter 3,4: Soccer 1.2.3: Softball 1.2; Assemblies 1.2,3.4: Dances
1.2,3.4; Jr. Sr. Prom 3; ROTC 1,2.3,4, Battalion Commander 4. Drill
Team 1,2, Outstanding Cadet 3; Band 1.2. Orchestra 2: Homeroom
Representative 3: Football Court 4: SA President 4: Homeroom AI-
ternate 1 f


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FRANK CORRIGAN
"Grub"
Colon Republic of Panama
'* September 29, 1940
"Worrying is not for lads like me."


















LINDA LEE ERIKSON
"Lin"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 12, 1940
"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet.
GAA 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2; Class Vice-President 1; Nurses'
Aide 2, Treasurer 2: Sophomore Brawl Sponsor 3; Dance Committees
1,2,3,4: Assemblies 1.2.3; Homeroom Representative 1,3; Homeroom
Alternate 2: Volleyball All-Stars 1,2.3, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3;
Intramurals 1,2.3


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MICHAEL EUGENE CUNNINGHAM
"Mickey"
Colon, Republic of Panama
March 6, 1941
"Never trouble trouble, 'til trouble troubles you. Then laugh."
Swimming Team 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 1.2,3,4; Football Team 2.4: Soccer
League 2,3; ROTC 1,2


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GERARDE DE TORE
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
September 14. 1941
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays, and confident tomorrows."
Drivers' Training 4; Swimming 3,4: Baseball 3.4; Soccer 2,3; Track 3; 5
Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 4; Rifle Association 2,3
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CELSA FRANCESCHI
"Chelsy"
SDavid, Chiriqui Republic of Panama
May 22. 1940
"The good and wise lead quiet lives.
Volleyball Intramurals 3.4. Softball Intramurals 4. All-Stars 3; Office
Practice 4; Dance Committees 2.3; Assemblies 3.4


RUSSELL EUGENE FAVORITE
"Russ"
Panama City, Republic of Panama
March 9, 1941
"Life may be real and earnest but sure is fun."
Football 2,3.4, Letter 2,3,4. Co-Captain 4. "C' Club 2,3,4. Vice-President
4; Track 4; ROTC 1.2.3.4; Class Assemblies 3,4; Class Dances 1.2.3,4;
ROTC Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3: Soccer 1.2.4; Homecoming
Court 4


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RONALD FRANKEL
"Ronnie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 25, 1941
"I am master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Assemblies 1,2.5.4: Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Play Committees and Advertising 1,2..5,4, Thespians 4; Plays-What a
Life, Life with Mother, Three Dying Swans; Drivers' Training 4


NANCY MAE GIBSON
"Nance"
Camden, New Jersey
November 2, 1941
"The Feminine Flash."
Dramatics Club 1,2,; Band 1,2, Orchestra 1.2; Stagework 1,2; Plays-
Life with Mother, Inside Lester: Assemblies 1.2: Dance Committees
1,2,3,4; Volleyball, Basketball. Softball Intramurals 1, Volleyball All-
Stars 4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; FTA 1; Cheerleader 3,4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Homecoming Court 4: Journalism 4; Nurses' Aide 1.2; Girls'
State 3


WALDO GILLEY
"Grub"
Ancon, Canal Zone
August 27. 1940
"I love work, I could sit and look at it for hours."
Band 1.2; ROTC 1,2,3,4


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MAX WILLIAM HANNA
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 9, 1941
"Somebody has to take it easy, so it might as well be me.
ROTC 1,2.3


JUDITH ELLEN GRIFFON
"Judy"
New York. New York
July 13, 1941
"From quiet unexpected sources often spring the world's great forces.
Dramatics Club 1.3,4, Dramatic Assemblies 1.2; Rifle Club 2,3, Treas-
urer 2,3, Vice-President 4. Distinguished Rifleman 2; Caribe Club 2;
Class Assemblies 1.2,3: Bowling Team 2.3.4: Volleyball Intramurals 3;
Nurses' Aide Club 3,4: Office Helper 1,2,3; ROTC Helper 4: National
Honor Society 4: Orchestra and Band Secretary 1,2


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MARTIN HERNANDEZ, JR.
"Marty"
Caguas, Puerto Rico
November 8, 1941
"We'll remember him as a playful boy
Who filled our world with laughter and joy."
Eastern District and Tech. High: Jr. Varsity Basketball 2; J. Varsity
Baseball 2; Art Club 2; Cristobal High School: Baseball 3.4; Basketball
Intramurals 4: Soccer 4: ROTC 3.4; Drivers' Training 4: Assembly
Committee 4


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DIANE KATHLEEN HICKEY
"Di"
Ancon, Canal Zone
June 12, 1941
"Full of vim, vigor, and vitality."
Homeroom Representative 1,2: Assemblies 1,2.3: Dance Committees
1,2,3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3: Dramatics Club 1,2: Nurses' Aide
3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 1,2,3,4 in Volleyball, Captain
4, Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3.4, Softball All-Stars 1,2,3,4, Top Ten 1,2,3,
GAA 1,2.3,4, President 4; Cheerleader 3.4: Swimming Team 1,2,3,4


ROBERT SANDERS HILL
"Hummock"
Colon, Republic or Panama
August 3, 1941
"Not too studious, not too gay,
He trod the even middle way."
"21" Club; ROTC 1,2


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CATHERINE KUNKEL
"Kay"
Ancon, Canal Zone
July 23, 1940
"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."
Bennsbury High School: Volleyball Intramurals 1,2, Softball 1,2,3, Soc-
cer 3, Basketball 3; Art Club 1,3; Library 3: Glee Club 1,2; Cristobal
High School: Nurses' Aide 4: Drivers' Training 4; Glee Club 4


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PATRICIA MARIE LAWSON
"Pat"
Colon. Republic of Panama
January 26, 1942
"Smiling lips, twinkling eyes, and a beauty that never dies.
Dramatics Club 1,2.3,4. Treasurer 3. Vice-President 4; Class Vice-
President 3; S.A. Secretary 4: Athletic Council 2: Jamboree Queen 4:
Band and Orchestra 1.2.3,4: Thespians 5.4. Plays-The Loud Red Pat-
rick 3, Stagework 1.2 3.4: Assemblies 1.2.5,4: Intramural Sports 1.2,3,4.
Basketball All-Stars 2; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 5: Bacculareate and
Commencement 3: Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4


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WILLIAM RICHARD HOGAN
"Bill"
Tulsa. Oklahoma
May 31, 1941
"To be a friend is his way.
ROTC 1.2,3.4, Company Commander 4: Bowling 1,2,3.4, Captain 2.3:
Boys' State 3: Counselor 4: Track 2,4: \ resting 3: Football "I..,..u"-r
3; Tradewind Staff 4. Caribbean Staff 4: Photographer 4: Drivers'
Training 4: Band and Orchestra 1.2.3: "C" Club 4


HUEY CECILIA LEE
"Hue"
Heflin, Alabama
June 27, 1941
"She v.as our queen, our rose, our star.
Dramatics Club 1: Homeroom Representative 1. Alternate 2,4: GAA
1,2,3.4, Vol., I.,lI All-Stars 2,5,4. Basketball All-Stars 1.2.3. Softball
All-Stars 1,2.3: Cheerleader 5.4. Captain 1: Dance Committees 1.2 3,4:
ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4; Homecoming Queen 4: Class Assemblies
1.2.3: Volleyball "B" League Captain 4: GAA Vice-President 4. In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4


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JOHN RICHARD HORAN
Boston, Massachusetts
April 1, 1943
"Politeness is the chief sign of culture."
Lycee Charles Lepierre 1; Christian Brothers School 2.3; Cristobal High
School 4


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SUZIE MARIE LLOYD
"Ree"
Fordyce, Arkansas
February 24, 1942
"She lives in peaceful harmony with the world."
NHA: Dance Committees; Assemblies


DONALD L. HUMPHREY
"Murphy"
Colon, Republic of Panama
September 20, 1941
"An attractive smile, wavy hair;
He's the answer to a maiden's prayer."
Football 1,2,3,4. Co-Captain 4: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 2.3.4; Basketball
3,4, Jr. Varsity 2; Class President 2,3; "C" Club 2.3,4, President 4;
Dance Committees 1,2.3.4. Class Assemblies 1.2.3; Homecoming Court
4; Soccer Intramurals 1,2.3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1; ROTC 1,2.3

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PHILIP L. JUDSON
"Phil"
Palo Alto, California
October 25, 1940
"He loves to live and he lives to love."
Carmel High School: Football 1; Class Vice-President I: French Club -
1; Stoney Brook High School: Football 2: Baseball 2: Basketball 2:
S.A. Representative 2: Honor Society 2: Staten Island Academy: Foot-
ball 3; Basketball 3: S.A. Representative 3; Cristobal High School:
ROTC 4













ESTHER MARTHA MILLER
"S"
Colol., Republic of Panama
EU" May 22, 1941
"Silence is golden, but we're off the gold standard."
Nurses' Aide 2,3.4. President 3: Caribe Club 1.2,3.4; Dramatics Club
1.2,3.4, Treasurer 3,4: Thespians 4, Secretary 4: S.A. Athletic Council
3; Homeroom Alternate 3: Advertising Staff Caribbean and Tradewind
2: Volleyball Intramurals 12,3.4. Softball 1,2.3,4. Basketball 1.2.3.4:
Swimming Team 2,3: Glee Club 1,2,3,4: Orchestra 1: Jr. Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3: Assemblies 1.2.3,1: Dance Committees 1.2.5.4












RAYMOND KULIG
"Keith"
Hot Springs, Arkansas
January 8, 1942
"With his backbone and brain he can take his place,
In the sport of life and win any race."
"C" Club; 21 Club; Baseball 1.2.4; Football 2.3.4; Track 2,3.4; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 4; S.A. Assistant Treasurer 3


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ARTHUR NEW LAWRANCE
"Autcie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
y September 10, 1941
S"Lankily he lazes through CHS life."
/1 4 Assemiblies 2,4: ROTC 1,2.3; Drivers' Training 4; School Plays 3,4
















ELLA MAE MORALES
"Ella"
Ancon, Canal Zone
April 1, 1941
"Forward and frolic glee was-there.
The will to do, the soul to dare."
Class Dances 1,2.3,4; Jr. Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Class Assemblies -
1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Theodore Roosevelt Assem-
bly 4; intramurals 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, All-Stars 4; Basketball
1,2,3,4. All-Stars 3, Softball 1,2,3,4, Jr. High Volleyball All-Stars Man-
ager 4, Top Ten Intramurals 3; Swimming Team 3,4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4: Debate Club 2; Nurses' Aide 2.3,4; Pep Club 2; Usherette 3;
Baccalaureate and Commencement 3; Freshman Sophomore Brawl 1,2;
Girls' State 3; Theodore Roosevelt Essay Contest Third Prize 4


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WILLIAM 0. LIMKEMANN
"Will"
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
September 1, 1940
"His hopes are as high as his legs are long."
ROTC 1,2; Orchestra 1, Band I; Chorus 1,3,4; Drivers' Training 3;
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; Boys' State 5; Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Dance Com-
mittees 2,3,4: Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1.2,3,4, Thespians
2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Sabrina Fair 1. Arsenic and Old Lace 3


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JOSEPH ROBERT LORENZO
"Joey"
Franklin. New Jersey
December 17. 1941
"One who has both feet firmly planted in the air."
Boys' State 3; ROTC 1.2,3.4; Track 3.4: Football 4. "C" Club 3.4:
Dramatics Club 3.4, Arsenic and Old Lace 3. Inside Lester 4: Dance
Committees 3.4; Intramural Soccer 2,3.4. Basketball 2.3: Dramatics Club
Assemblies 3 /-












MARY KATHERI\E O'BRIEN
"Katie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
November 10; 1941
K "Bewitching eyes: raven hair."
S P .' Intramurals 1.2.3,4. Softball All-Stars 3, Top Ten 2: Girls' State 3; Dra-
matics Club 1,2.3,4: Dance Committees 1.2.3.4: Assemblies 1.2.5.4:
Drivers' Training 4

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"Louie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
August 27. 1940
"He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat."
Softball 3; Soccer 2.3; Bowling 2.3.4: Assemblies 4; Band and Orches-
tra 1.2.3.4; ROTC 1.2.3. Dance 3. Drill Team 1,2.3. Commander 1.2.3:
Dance Committees 1.2: Drivers' Training 3; "C" Club


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LARRY NEIL McGAHHEY
"Mac"
Melrose, Florida
S May 22, 1940
"There is more in me than you understand."
S f / i FFA, Chapter Farmer 1.2,3; 4-H Club 1: Junior Play


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JEAN ELIZABETH O\EN
"Limey"
Colon. Republic of Panama
December 14, 1940
"As sweet as English air could make her."
GAA 3,4, Intramurals 1,2.3,4, All-Stars Softball 2,3, Basketball 3,
Volleyball 3.4: Assemblies 3,4: Nurses' Aide Club 2,3,4; Dramatics
Club 1.2; Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4: Dance Committees 1,2,5,4: Top
Ten 3; Drivers' Training 3


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Colon, Republic of Panama
June 14, 1941
"Let every man mind his own business.
ROTC 1,4; Assembly 2


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IRL ROGER SANDERS
Colon. Republic of Panama 1
April 8, 1941
"Stately and tall he walks through the halls."
"21" Club. "C" Club, Football 1,2,3,4: Track 2.3,4; Swimming 2,3.4;
Intramural Sbccer 3,4: ROTC 1.2.3,4; Band 1.2; Orchestra 1.2
















NORMA RAMIREZ
"Normita"
Coco Solo. Canal Zone
October 1, 1941
"A tiny bundle of T.N.T."
GAA 1,2,3,4, All-Stars Volleyball 1.2,5,4, Basketball 1,2, Softball
1,2,3. Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Girls' State 3; Office Practice 4: Assemblies
3,4; Dance Committees 1,2.53,4


MAXWELL SHELDON SANDERS
"Max"
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 5. 1941
"Happy am I; from care I'm free. Why aren't they all contented like me?"
Soccer 1.2; Softball 1,2


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THOMAS EUGENE SELLERS
"Tom"
Colon. Republic of Panama
) June 30, 1941
"Time is but the stream I go fishing in
Assembly 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club I















BONNIE ALLEN RANKIN
"Boney"
New York, New York
September 28, 1940
"The devil within, the devil without
She's an Irish lass, without a doubt."
GAA 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3.4. All-Stars Basketball 2,3. Softball 2.3,
Volleyball 4; Girls' State 3,4; Dramatics Club 1: Dance Committees
1,2.3,4: Office Practice 3; Assemblies 2,3; Top Ten 3; Manager Fresh-
man All-Stars 4 :Manager Junior High All-Stars 3; Drivers' Training 3


RICHARD KENNETH SMITH
"Dick"
Gillette, Wyoming
March 1, 1941
"I did not come to learn, I came to laugh."
ROTC 1,2,3,4


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HERBERT SPECTOR
"Herb"
Colon. Republic of Panama
June 6, 1940
"Good things are twice as good when they are short."
Balboa: Football 1.2; Water Polo 1.2; \W'r..liiii 1; Swimming Team
2: ROTC 2: Intramural Basketball 1.2: Intramural Baselall 1.2; Cristo-
bal: Swimming Team 3: Football 3.4. Letter 4; "C" Club .-.4 Assem-
blies 3.4; Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4: Dances 3.1; Soccer -


JEAN ELLEN SEAMAN
"Jeanie"
Ancon. Canal Zone
February 13. 1941
"Knowledge is the treasure, but practice is the key to it."
National Honor Society 3.4. President 1: Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4:
Caribbean Club 1.2.5.4: Dramatics Club 1.2.3.1: Nurses' Aide Club
2.3,4: Orchestra 1,2.3.4:; Band 1.2,3,: Swimming 1,2.,3,. Letter
1,2.3,4; Intramurals. Volleyball. Basketball, Softball 1.2.3: Girls' State
3; FTA Vice-President 4; Nurses' Aide Historian and Librarian 3:
Treasurer Dramatics 4: Class Assemblies 1.2,3.:; Advertising for Carib-
bean Staff 2


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RICHARD SWALM
"Richie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
March 10. 1940
"Men of few words are the best men.
Glee Club 4: Baseball Alumni 5; Soccer 3: ROTC 1.2.3: Drill Team 3:
Drivers' Training 4


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"Dick"
August 24, 1941
Humacao, Puerto Rico
"Brimming over with jests and quips, never a sad word on his lips.
Baseball 1.2: ROTC 2,3,4, Drill Team 3; Assemblies 3: Soccer 3,4


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RUSSELL SWEAZY
"Russ"
Des Moines, Iowa
September 27, 1941
"Content to live, this is my story."
ROTC 2,3,4
















CHARLEN MARIE SHORE
Ancon. Canal Zone
January 8, 1942
"Silence is more eloquent than words."
FTA 2; Nurses' Aide 2.3: Drivers' Training 4


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JOSEPH M. WEIR
"Joe"
Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
March 2. 1942 r
"I have a heart with room for every joy." .
Oliver High School: Football 2: Basketball 2; Honor Roll 1: Cristobal /
High School: ROTC 3.4, Drill Team 3.4: Boys' State 3; Color Guard 4














SALICE JEAN TABER
Colon, Republic of Panama
January 4, 1941
SI "A dimple in the chin.
A devil within."
Assemblies 1.2.3,4: Dance Committees 1.2..4; Intramural Sports 1.2,3.4.
Volleyball All-Stars 1,2.3,4. Basketball All-Stars 1.2.3.4. Softball All-
Stars 1,2.3.4. GAA 1.2.3.4, Secretary 4; Freshman Coach 2: Jr. Sr.
Prom and Banquet 3: Opening Day Assembly and Dance 4; Home-
coming Dance 1.2,3,4


LEROY ORVILLE WERLEIN
"Leo"
Eau Claire, Wisconsir
April 4, 1941
"It's my life; I live it, and I love it."
Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4; "21" Club 1.2; Debate Club 2; Band 1.2.3.
Orchestra 1; Thespians 3.4: ROTC 1.2,3: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.5.4.
Dance Committees 1.2.3.4; Assemblies 1.2,3.4: The Loud Red Patrick 3.
Arsenic and Old Lace 3. The Hitchhiker 3, What A Life 2. Sabrina Fair
1, Inside Lester 4; Homeroom Representative 3: Homeroom Alternate 1.4


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"Zury"
W Colon. Republic of Panama
February 1, 1942
"To those who know thee not. no works can paint.
Glee Club 4; Soccer 1.2: Intramurals 2














CLAIRE RUTH WHITE
"Clarabelle"
Portland, Maine
July 11, 1941 *
"I would rather be remembered by a song than by a victory."
Dramatics Club 1,2.5.4, Thespians 2,3,4, President Dramatics Club 4,
Secretary Thespians 3. Vice-President Thespians 4: Orchestra 1,3.4,
Band 1.3.4: Volleyball Intramurals 1; Drivers' Course 4; What A Life
1, Life With Mother 2. The Loud Red Patrick 3, Best Actress 3. Best
Thespian 3; Caribe Club 4: Honor Society 3,4: Dance Committees
1.2.3.4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4: Homeroom Representative 3.4; Girls' State 3


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ANNOUNCING THE 1959



L IAST WILL AND TESTAMENT








We, the Senior Class of 1959. and the last class to graduate from CHS
in New Cristobal. being of sound but unpredictable minds, do hereby grant, be-
queath, and convey our most treasured possessions to the persons named below:


FRANK ALBERGA-leaves his dancing ability to his cousin. Douglas
Alberga.
RANDY ALBERGA-leaves his hard work in Journalism to his
brother. Douglas Alberga.
JOHN AMBROSE-leaves his position as president of the Junior
Rifle Club to Tom Dugan.
PABLO APOLAYO-leaves gladly.
JACK BEDWELL-leaves his will to nobody. just to his forgotten
presence.
BETH BIALKOWSKI-leaves her membership in the National Honor
Society to her brother. Jay.
BOB BLAIR-leaves his smile and blushing face to Toa. Billion.
HARRY BLAND-wills that the juniors may have CHS as a home
away from home.
JOHN BOSEMAN-leaves the senior class to John Marshall.
JANICE BROWNI EE-leaves all her headaches and silly moods
to her sister. Beverly.
SANDY CHESTER-leaves her nickname "C" to Nancy Chaphe.
KAREN COATE-leaves her desire to learn to anyone that wants it.
MICKEY CUNNINGHAM-leaves his hunting spot to Bobby Rice.
GERARDE DETORE-leaves his ability to catch a hall to Don
Bruce.
MARGUERITE ENGELKE-leaves her Homecoming position and
fun and excitement to her sister. Mary Alice.
LINDA ER1KSON-leaves her two right gym shoes to her sister.
Barbara.
RUSSELL FAVORITE-leaves his tackle position to anyone who can
fill it.
CELSA IRANCHESCHI-leaves her typing skill to someone that
needs it.
RONALD FRANKEL-leaves his ability to understand (?) physics
to any upcoming senior.
NANCY GIBSON-leaves her position as cheerleader and ROTC
Sponsor to Sally Eisen.
JUDY GRIFFON-leaves her hard working senior year to Steffi
Dreyer.
MAX HANNA-just leaves.
BILL HAYES-leaves all his work to anyone who wants it.
MARTIN HERNANDEZ-leaves his spikes to the next third base-
man.
DIANE HICKEY-leaves her cheerleading position to Ginny Favorite
DONALD HUMPHREY-leaves his bow-legs to Jimmy Palumbo.
BILL HOGAN-leaves with no comment.
MARTHA JOHNSON--leaves her southern accent to Helen Spector.


PHIL JUDSON-leaves willingly.
KEITH KULIG-leaves his super strength to Pete Ender.
KAY KUNKEI-leaves her English period to Paige Benton
PAT IL\AWSON-leaves her position as Jamboree Queen to her
sister. Colleen.
HUEY LEE-leaves her Football Crown to any lucky junior girl.
WILL LIMKEMANN-leaves his physics homework to LeRoy Bar-
field.
SUZIE LLOYD-leaves her seat in American Institutions ;o Lee Peck.
JOE LORENZO-leaves tribulations of the Faculty to next year's
seniors and underclassmen and takes all the good times.
LOUIS MARTIN-leaves his first chair position in band and orchestra
to someone.
ESTHER MILLER-leaves her piano to the future Glee Club ac-
companist and hopes that she will have the patience for the hard
work ahead.
ELLA MAE MORALES-leases to her sister. Edna, her ability to
enjoy all that comes her way in the halls of CHS.
KATIE O'BRIEN-leaves the office of president of the "Irish Club"
to Brenda Collins.
JEAN OHVEN-leaves to any Limev the ability to uphold the English
reputation
NORMA RAMIREZ-leaves her height to her sister.
BONNIE RANKIN-leaves her truck behind to any Irishman who
can live up to its reputation.
FRED ROBINSON-leaves his ability to watch the girls.
MIAX SANDERS-just plain leaves.
JEAN SEMAN--leaves her violin seat in orchestra to her sister
Carol. and her French horn place in band to her sister. Pat.
TOM SELLERS-with his best wishes. leaves Mrs. Smith to the
class of 1960.
CHARLENE SHORE-leaves her ability to work to her sister. Diane.
RICHARD SMIlTH--leaves before the teachers change their minds.
RICHARD SV'ALM- leaves slowly but surely.
RICHARD VINAS- braves his place on the bus to Crooke and
Rodriquez.
MARY LOU WASHABAUGH-leaves her French horn to Pet,
Ender.
JOE WE1R-leaves his seat in Mr. Pfau's room to Don Bruce.
LEROY WVIRLIFIN-leaves his never-ending assignments of home-
work to Robert Morrissey.
CLAIRE \VHITE-leaves her office in OTL. to Vickie Fettler.
EZRA YOHROS-leaves his weight (190 pounds) to the football
team to use as best they can.


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Darce Hause
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Emily Hearn
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Frank McLeod
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Ramona Anderson


Rafael Aromen
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Maurice Belanger


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Irene Meehan


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Robin Morland


Joan Page


John Petersen


James McGloin


Andrea Nash


Doris Payne


Sandra Roscoe


Carolyn Peck


Jack Sanders


Diana Smith


Mar:on Smith
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Ada Wynne


Melvin Fields


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Mary Alice Engelke
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Paige Benton Veronica Blennerhassett


James Boseman


Louise Allgaier Leslie Berger


Pat Andresen

Pat Andresen


Donald Bonneau


Rod Brayton


Brenda Collins


Elizabeth Crooke


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Jay Bialkowski


Shirely Bonnean


Harry Butz


Sharon Cooper


Kathleen Crouch


Kathleen Asbury


Thomas Billison


Abel Borsellino


Randy Coate


Larry Co igan Mary Beth Daghy
Larry Corrigan Mary Beth Daugherty


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Lynne Coffin


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Stephanie Dreyer


Patrick Dockery


Patricia Egger


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Bruce Him


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Warren Marquard


Arthur May


Allen Messer


Mike Metcalf


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Diane Shore


Rebecca Slowick


Hilda Saborio Daniel Smith


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Leslie Tompkins


Ann McClelland


Elizabeth McLnren


Becky McLeod
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Bert Murray












Diane Nolle


Leo Sanchez


Helen Spector


Carol Seaman James Steams


Frances Siegfried


Jack Taber


Roberta Vache


Bobby Walker


Perry Washabaugh


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Mariela Alcoriza


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Carol Bruland


Charles Bath


Tommy Bowers


Patricia Clarke


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Vicki Fettler


Louis Davis


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Jeffrey Leon


Evelyn Messer


Edward Greene


Richard Hirschfeld


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STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Unity is the main activity that is pro-
moted by the STUDENT ASSOCIA-
TION.
This important branch of the Associa-
tion has for its members nearly all of the
student body which elects a Student '
Council consisting of four officers and
one representative from each homeroom.
The five officers for this year are: John
Boseman (president), Jim Will (vice -
president), Pat Lawson (secretary). Beth
Bialkowski (treasurer). Bill Will (asst.
treas.).
By being a member students receive the
"Trade Wind," "Caribbean." and ad-
mission to all school dances, plays and '- "
athletic contests. '. ,U
All the awards sports, dramatics. '
music are provided for by the SA. "'*
Mr. James Pfau is the SA's sponsor. -."
FRONT ROW, left to right: Jim Will. John Boseman. Pat Lawson. Bill Will.
SECOND ROW. left to right: Shirley Bonneau. Leslie Berger. Elizabeth Hanna,
Verna Ray Hildebrand. MaryNell Lee. Ginny Favorite, Marguerite Engelke.
THIRD ROW. left to right: Hugo Tomkins. Joanne Tang, Keith Kulig. Hilda
Riefkol, Claire White. Paul Leignadier.





ATHLETIC COUNCIL




The Athletic Council is made up of
the Student Association alternates. Their
/, ,, ., job is to take care of the gate at all C.H.S.
,, athletic contests.
i This year Mr. Gregg is sponsor.
IThe officers for this year are Jim Will
(president), and Bill Will (treasurer).













FRONT ROW. left to right: Sarah Spector. Andrea Nash. Huey Iee. Ruth Hines.
BACK ROW. left to right: Mr. Gregg. Bobby Morrissey. LeRoy Werlein. Jim Will.
Frank Alberga.
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TORRID ZONE WIZARDS


The Torrid Zone Wizards, a
local honorary science club, pro-
motes interest in science through
field trips, experiments, demon-
strations, and lectures. Qualifi-
cations for membership include a
high scholastic average and an
active interest in science.


FRONT ROW: Sally Eisen. treasurer: Frank McLeod, president; Lesley Berger. secretary.
SECOND ROW: Jean Seaman. Carol Agee. Jean Owen, Karen Coate, Beth Bialkowski. Mr.
Maedl. sponsor.
THIRD ROW: Tom Billison, George Metcalf. Felix Karpinski. Jim Palumbo, Jim Will. Leroy Werlein.
FOURTH ROW: Phil Judson. Eddie Donahue. Gary Irving. Will Limkemann, Maurice Belanger.
Giles Martin.





CARIBE CLUB



The Caribe Club is an exclu-
sive club in which the members
are invited to join, depending on
their scholastic ability and their
interest in a future career of
teaching.













KNEELING: Carolyn Peck. historian: Beth Bialkowski. vice-president; Gary Irving, secretary: Esther
Miller, treasurer: Jean Seaman, president.
SECOND. ROW: Kathy Kuckas. Sally Eisen, Betsy Hewitt. Veronica Blennerhassett. Livia Lippincott.
SLeslie Berger. Charles Lyew.
Agee. Elizabeth Limkemann. Miss Anderson, sponsor.
FOURTH ROW: Frank McLeod. Tom Billison, Shirley Littleton. Emily Heam. Andrea Grebien.
Maurice Belanger. Jim Will.


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Claire White
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

The highest honor that Cristobal High School can bestow upon a student
is election to membership in the Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor
Society. Qualifications for membership are character, leadership, scholarship
and service.








1 THE "21" CLUB

\1 TOP ROW. left to right: Bob Blair, Jim Mc-
Gloin. Tom Dugan. Jim Palumbo. Mr. Stearns.
Sponsor,
SSECOND ROW from top. left to right: Bob
Hill. Jay Bialkowski. Paul Leignadier. Irl Sanders,
John WVainio.
THIRD ROW from top, left to right: Alex
SSteams, John Boseman. Gary Irving. Pete Ender.
S y Bill Will. Larry Wilder.
"" BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Maurice Belan-
I ger. Secretary. Keith Kulig. President. Jim Will.
ii Vice-President, Pablo Apolayo. Jim Williford.


The 21 Club is composed of twenty-one boys, each of whom represents one
of the Pan-American republics. Each member writes an essay about the country
he represents and the Rotary Club of Cristobal-Colon awards prizes for the
best essays. The club stimulates and promotes interest in the Pan-American
republics and encourages a better understanding of these countries.


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BOYS'




CLUB





KNEELING. left to right: Coach Paul Moser. Brian Lutz. Walter Woodruff. Jim Will. George
Cotton. Dewey Whitaker. Peter Ender. Jim McGloin, Don Bonneau. Jim Palumbo.
TOP ROW, left to right: John Marshall. Carl Newhard. Harry Colbert. Melvin Fields. Mickey
Cunningham. Rex Daisey. Gerade DeTore. Joe Lorenzo. Herb Spector. Don Humphrey. John
Boseman. Russell Favorite. Dick Vinas. Keith Kulig. Jose Crooke. Bill Hogan. Gary Irving. Don
Bruce. Tom Dugan.
The C Club is composed of boys who have made their letter in any
one of the three sports played in C.H.S. They are: Football, Baseball, and
Track. This year the officers were Don Humphrey, President: Russell
Favorite, Vice-President; and Keith Kulig, Secretary-Treasurer. 'The club is
sponsored by Coach Ingram and Coach Moser.
KNEELING, left to right: Huey Lee, Vice-President: Diane Hickey.
President: Alice Taber. Secretary.
STANDING. left to right, first row: Bonnie Rankin. Norma Ramirez.
Leila Leon.
SECOND ROW. left to right: Sharon McElhone. Marion Smith.
Jean Owen, Ginny Favorite. Janice Brownlee. Beverly Brownlee.
THIRD ROW. left to right: Sponsor. Mrs. Louis Fattorosi; Brenda
Collins. Carol Seamen, Brenda Murray. Martha Johnson. Darce
Hause.
The Girls' Athletic Association is an exclusive
sports club. composed only of the girls who are
outstanding in sports. To become a member, a
girl must participate in at least two All-Star
teams in one year, or one All-Star team and be
among the top ten in the point system. The spon-
sor of the club is Mrs. Louis Fattorosi.




GIRLS'

ATHLETIC ;/g

ASSOCIATION


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NURSES AIDE CLUB


The Nurses' Aide Club is
an open club for all high
school girls who are inter-
ested in a future career in
l nursing. During the sum-
S mer, the girls in this club
S work at Coco Solo Hospital
S, to further their knowledge
"of nursing.









KNEELING: Esther Miller, president: Jean Van Der Hyden: Jear. Seaman, Ist vice-president; Mary
Lou Washabaugh, 2nd vice-president; Carol Seaman, treasurer; Elizabeth Limkemann. historian:
Carolyn Peck. Gaye Livingston. Shirley Littleton. *
SECOND ROW: Miss McLimans, sponsor: Marguerite Engelke. Kay Kunkel, Ellen Clute. Jean Owen,
Marion Smith, Diane Hickey. Ella Morales, Ann McClelland, Beverly Brownlee, Mary Beth Daugh-
erty. Sally Eisen, Louise Allgaier. Andrea Terrell. Put Holmes. Emily Hearn, Janice Brownlee,
Betsy Hewitt. Andrea Grebein. Livia Lippincott. Jean Dockery, Karen Coate. Stephanie Dreyer.
Bobby Vache.




JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB




composed of those students
S' :., who are interested in shoot-
SP ing and the correct use of
ifire-arms. Each year the
T club members compete in
.I National Rifle Matches and
S*the outstanding marksmen
& receive awards.









SI1TIING: Walter Crouch. Philip Jones. Keith McLeod. Terry Conley. Jim Hoverson. Ralph De Boryie.
Jim Ebdon. Tom Hickey, Kenny Karpinski
SECOND ROW: Kenny Cooper, Ralph Bender, Richard Pennington. Louis French. John Frensley.
Tom Robertson. Jim Bums. Richard Carpenter.
STANDING: Phil Sanders. Ann Gilley. Mr. Gibson. Sandy Eckhoff. Suzanne Urey, Leila Leon. Judy .
Griffon. Pamela Johnston. Vicki Fettler. John Ambrose. Tom Dugan. Steve Franklin, Cody Hollo-
well. Terry Wilcox.
Eighteen of the members of the Rifle Club are not pictured.
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DRAMATICS CLUB


FRONT ROW: Mr. Fattorosi. sponsor; Jean
Seaman, treasurer: Sally Eisen. historian; Mar-
guerite Engelke. secretary: Pat lawson, vice-
president: Claire White, president.
SECOND ROW: Beverly George. Mary Lou
Washabaugh. Kay Kunkel. Sandy Chester.
Esther Miller. Livia Lippincott. Cecilia Lelai-
dier, Lesley Berger.
THIRD ROW: Betsy Hewilt. Judy Grillor
David Miller, Gaye Livingston. Joan Page.
FOURTH ROW: Judy Hlakanson. Becky
Mcleod Lynn Coffin. Ellen Clute. Ramona
Anderson. Jean Dockery. Carol Seaman.
FIFTH ROW: Stephanie Dreycr. Beverly
Brownlee. Elizabetth Liiiketmann. Leila Leon.
Ann McClelland.
BACK ROW: David Larrison, Joe Lorenzo.
Harry Butz. Leroy Werlein. Vicki Fettler. Bill
Hayes. Will Lingemann, Frank .Mcleod.
Louise Allgaier. Randy Alberga.


The Dramatics Club is an open club
tics. This club produces the plays that
learn the different aspects of drama.


to all high school students that are interested in drama-
are presented to the public and in this way the members



NATIONAL THESPIANS,


TROUPE NO. 217


Will Limkemann, Treasurer: Esther Miller.
Secretary: Bill Hayes, President: Mr. Louis
Fattorsi. Sponsor; Pat Lawson: Leroy
Werlein: Leila Leon: Joan Page. (Not Pic-
tured. Claire White. Vice-President.)


There are more than 600 Thespian troupes covering every state in the Union. The motto
of these troupes is "Act well your part. There all the honor lies." To be eligible for Thespian
membership a student must earn ten poin's on some phase of dramatics throughout his
school career.


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OFFICE GIRLS
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S' The Office Girls run errands, type
Smemos, file, and do other helpful
.. jobs for an academic credit. They
work in the Principal's office.

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Left to Right: Sharon McElhone. Martha Johnson. Celsa Franceschi. Norma Ramirez, Joan Page.


LIBRARY ASSISTANTS


The Library Assistants do innum-
erable jobs, such as keeping library
records, checking and replacing
books, and helping a student who
needs help while in the library.


Left to Right: Linda Grezaffi. Livia Lippincott, and Diana Smith.


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"INSIDE LESTER"

A Comedy in Three Acts


Act One:
Lester Pelhan's office in New York City.
Late this spring.


\.i Two
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'ren- 2 Th- same Thai e,\enin


(In order of their appearance)

Louie .....................................Will Limkemann
Algie .................... ..-...... ..... ......Joe Lorenzo
Ml ouie Horton ......... ..................Rita Engelke
Toni Williams .................... .........Leslie Berger
Josephine Huxley .........................Nancy Gibson
Lester Pelham ......................................Bill Hayes
Casa ...........-........ ............... ..Claire White
George Fleming ..................................Leroy Werlein
Pembina Gordley-Smith...............Martha Johnson
Pembina's dog .........................................Schultz"


Act Three:
T1he same. The following morning.


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FIRST ROW. left to right: Joanne Tang. Marion Smith. Carol Bruland
SECOND ROW. left to right: Tommy Wilson. Gerry De Tore. Beth Bialkowski.
THIRD ROW. left to right: John Humble. Claire White. Phil Sanders. Mary Lou Washabaugh.
FOURTH ROW, left to right: Harry Colbert. John Wainio. Robert Evans. Louis Martin.
FIFTH ROW. left to right: Jeff Thompson. Darce Hause. Billv White.


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FIRST ROW. left to right: lean Seaman. I rank cLeod. Charles Iyew.
SECOND RO\\ left to right: Carol Seaman. Ilazel Kirkland. W',ill Linkenann.
THIRD ROW. left to right: Laura Strongman. Fhleresa \ashaLaugli. Jea \n n )er Haylden. Pat
Seaman.
FOURTH ROW. left to right: Andrea Grebian. Pat Laiwson. Judy liallet.
FIFTH RO\. left to right: Andrea Terrell. Colleen Lawson.


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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL BAND


FRONT ROW. left to right: Bernice Hill, Ken
Cooper. Carol Seaman. Carol Agee. Jerry DeTore,
Beth Bialkowski. Tom Wilson. Carol Bruland. Pat
Lawson. Laura Strongman, Bill White.


SECOND ROW FROM BOTTOM. left to right:
Jackie Holcomb. Ricky Maedl. Bert Murray. Ewald
Wyberg. Bob Evans, John Wainio, Louis Martin.
Paul Ebdon. Mary Lou \\'.lh.bugh. Jean Seaman.
Phil Sanders. Joanne Tang.


TOP ROW. left to right: Jay Bialkowski. Lennart
Hakanson. Bill Hogan. Rand\ Coate. John Humble.
Mr. Jorstad. Claire \\ hue. Judy Hallett. Darce
House. Jeffrey Thompson.




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FIRST ROW:
(Left to Right-Sharon Cooper. Barbara
Hall. Roger Hutchinson. Robert Chan.
trank McLeod. Randy Alberga. Bill
I I,.ls, Beverley George. Ada Rosania.


SECOND ROW:
(Left to Right)-Elizabeth McLaren. Bev-
erley Brownlee. Bill Livingston, David
Larrison. Mr. Jorstad. Harry Butz. Ezra
Yohros. Will Limkemann. Pablo Apalayo.
Cecilia Lelaidier. Pat Holmes.


THIRD ROW:
(Left to Right)-Marguerite Engelke. San-
dra Husted. Betsy Hewitt. Jeanette Kirk-
land. Karen Coate. Bobby Vache. Mary
Beth Daugherty. Carolyn Peck. Pat
Andresen. Doris Payne.


FOURTH ROW:
(Left to Right:-Leila Leon. Ruby Hall.
Francis Lloyd. Catherine Kunkel, Ra-
mona Anderson. Irene Meehan. Louise
Allagaier. Katile n Crouch. Ann Mc-
Clelland. Becky McLeod. Hilda Saborio.


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CRISTOBAL HIGH


Left to right: Battalion Executive Officer Louis Martin. Battalion Sponsor Huey Lee.
John Boseman. S-3 Irl Sanders. Battalion Adjutant John Ambrose.

THE BATTALION STAFF


"E" COMPANY STAFF


Left to right: -'xeuliv, Offi er Russell Favorite,
llr......r, r Captain \lMartha Johnson. Company Conl-
t..,r,.lr B.II Hogan. (uiidon Mike S'!phenson.
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Battalion Commander


"F" COMPANY STAFF


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FIRST ROW. left to right: Joe Weir. Jay French. Bill Livingcton. Jules Damiani. Jack Taber. Rod
Braylon. Danny Smith. Eugene Pugh. Mike Littleton. Dick Smith.
SECOND ROW, left to right: Thomas Billison. Paul Ebdon. Joe W escott. John Humble. Harry Levine,
Joln Vasilake. Allan Messer. Giles Martin. like letcall.


THE COLOR GUARD

Left to right: Albert Goguen. Joe Weir.
John Peterson, Marty Hernandez.


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ROTC SPONSORS


Left to right: Huey Lee. Nancy Gibson. Martha Johnson.


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Governor Poller addreseP r TR Con.
Irador;.


Mr. Gerald Schearer, member of
the planning committee, and Mr.
Hagedorn, biographer of T. R., are
interviewed by two journalism stu-
dents, Randy and Sandy.


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The CHS ROTC was on
hand to meet the medal holders.


T. R. Essay Winners are Ronald. Ella,
Bill.


Rita and Bill, a couple in
the "Elevated Railway," sing
with a chorus, Felix, Jim, Eddy
and Pete.


Finale of the Theodore Roose-
velt Assembly directed by Miss
Adamary Anderson.


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KANSAS CITY 6. MISSOURI
TORONTO 1, ONTARIO

Lithographed in U. S. A. by Yearbook House




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ALMA MATER
We're come to sing a praise,
A hearty cheer to raise,
For the school we love so dear:
Our own Cristobal High;
We'll honor her name;
Increase her fame,
Through passing years,
Twill be the same;
She's the best on the Zone,
She's second to none,
We're proud to claim her for
Our own, our very own;
Northeast, southwest,
We've found her best,
She's our own
Cristobal High!






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MR. PAUL L. BECK
Principal
AB, Findlay College
MA. University of Michigan


MRS. MARION TAYLOR
Secretary
BS. Syracuse University
Office Practice
Secretarial Practice


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MISS JEANNE BROWN
BA. University of Missouri
MA. University of Missouri
Librarian
library Training
N,.tional Honor Society Sponsor


MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON
BA. Florida State College for
Women
MA, University of Michigan
American Institutions
U.S. History
Caribe Club Sponsor
Girls' Conselor


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IR. EUGENE GREGG
AA. Canal Zone Junior College
BA. Colorado State College
MIA. University of Colorado
Early World History
Social Studies
Athletic Council Sponsor


MR. O. E. JORSTAD
BA. Concordia College
BM. Concordia Conservatory of
*., Music
MA. University of Michigan
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


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MR. LOUIS FATTOROSI
BA, Rutgers University
MA. Rutgers University
English
National Thespian Society Sponsor
Dramatics Club Sponsor
Speech 12


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MRS. MARGARET FATTOROSI
BS. Southeastern Louisiana College
MIA. Mississippi Southern College
Physical Education
Cheerleader Sponsor
GAA Sponsor


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MR. NOEL GIBSON
BS, Bradley University
Mechanical Drawing
Metal Shop
Rifle Club Sponsor


MRS. VERA FOLSOM
AB. Nebradka State
MA. Colorado State College of
Education
Business
S.A. Treasurer


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MRS. ANNE GREGG
BA. Cornell University
MS. Cornell University
Latin
French
Spanish
Junior Sponsor


MR. LUKE PALUMBO
BS. Northwest Missouri State
College
General Science
"C" Club Sponsor


MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL
BA. New York University
MA. Columbia University
Spanish


MR. CHARLES T. REEVES
BA. Arizona State College
BS. Arizona State College
MA. Arizona State College
Woodwork and General Shop
Driver Training Instructor


MR. CARL E. MAEDL
BA. Moorehead Teachers College
MA. Columbia University
Guidance
Biology
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor
Boys Counselor


MRS. ALFHILD MAEDL
BA. Gustavus Adolphus College
English


MR BERNARD MAZZONI
MEd. Pennsylvania State
University
Algebra
Math
Journalism Ads


MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS
BS. University of Wyoming
Household Arts
Nurses Aid Sponsor


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MR. DAVID INGRAM
BS. East Texas State College
MEd. East Texas State College
Health
Physical Education


MR. JAMES STEARNS
BS. I niversity of Florida
N1A. I university o[ Ilorida
Spanish
"21." ('Cluh Sponsor


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MRS. GRACE PFAU
BS. Valley City State Teachers
College
English
Art
Jr. High Dramatics Club Sponsor


MR. JAMES PFAL
BS. Valley City State Teachers
College
NIA. University of Miniiesola
Cheriiistry
SA Spons..
SA Sponsor


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MR. SPITZER
BS Degree
Math'7 and 8
Jr Hieh Paper
Zepihlr


MRS DOROTHY SM1IITH
AB. Ohio Northern University
MA. Denver University
Senior Class Sponsor
English I and 12


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MR. ROBERT McCULLOUGH
BS. Cloud T C
MA. Colorado State College of Ed.
Social Studies
Modern World History


MISS MARGARET GATELY
AB. E.mmanuel College
MS. Boston College
Science. Mall
Ir. High S. A. Sponsor


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Military 1
Drill Team Coach


MR. LYLE A. ROUSH
AA. Riverside (Calif.) Jr. College
AB. University of Nevada
MS. University of Oregon
Plane and Solid Geometry
Senior Algebra. Trigonometry
Sophomore Class Sponsor


MR. FREDERICK SAUR
BS. Ashland College
MA, Ohio State University
Journalism
Quill and Scroll Sponsor
English


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MR. PAUL MOSER
BS. East Stroudsburg State Teach-
ers College
Physical Education
Health-Girls


SGT. HAROLD CRAIG
Military 11
Rifle Team Coach


CAPT. ACY L. SWANEY
Professor, of Military Science and
Tactics
Reserve Office Commission
Military Ill and IV


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Mrs. Clifford Asbury
Mr. Wallace E. Rushing
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vache
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Webster
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis George
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shore
Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Argo
Mr. Robert Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hammetter
Mr. and IMr R. Forsythe
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Behre
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Fortner
Mr. and Mrs. William Wray
Mr. and Mr.. Louis Damiani
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dugan
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pennington
Mrs Pat Flores
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taake
Mr. Lamoine Werlein
Mr. and Mrs. John Fettler
Mrs. Ruby Radel
Mr. and Mrs. R. Swearinger
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shirk
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDermitt
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffin
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Redman
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jenkins
M. Sgt. and Mrs. Fred M. Lawrence
M. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold M. Craig
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maedl
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pfau
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gegg
Miss Sally McLimans
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beck
Mrs. M. Taylor
Miss Adamary Anderson
Miss Jeanne Brown
Mr. and NMr-. Louis Fattorosi
Capt. and Mrs. Acyl Swaney
Mr. and Mrs. Folsom
Miss Margaret Gately
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Gibson
S'r. and Mrs. Eugene Gregg
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jorstad
Mr. and Mr. Paul Moser
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palumbo
Mr. Charles Reeves
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Riefkohl


TIGER BOOSTERS


Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Roush
Mr. and Mlr, "Smitty"
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stearns
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Saur
Coach and Mrs. Ingram
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spitzer
M1r, Laurie
Mrs. Freeman
NMr. and Mrs. Alfred Brameld
Mr. and MrW. W. S. Russon
Mr. and Mrs. J. Droste
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Danial
Mr. and Mrs. A .T. Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brandt
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Woodruff
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Johnson
WILFORD & McKAY, INC.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Smithson
Mr. and \Mr- Harry B. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Butcher, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Housley
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Geyer
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Torstenson
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Engelke
Mr. and Mrs. C. De Lapp
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Barfield
WILFORD & McKAY. INC.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor May, Jr.
IMr. and Mrs. Robert Progler
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. McGoff
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Szima
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. McGraw
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. LaPorta
Capt. and Mrs. A. L. Logan
Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Le Doux
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fruth
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