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 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Title Page
 In memoriam
 Table of Contents
 Dedication
 Faculty
 Seniors
 Class history
 Last will and testament
 Hall of fame (superlatives)
 Class prophecy
 Juniors
 Underclassmen (sophomores...
 Clubs
 Sports
 Music
 R.O.T.C.
 Caribbean staff
 Boosters
 Back Matter
 Back Cover
PCANAL
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00004
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1960
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 463018377
System ID: UF00093680:00004

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front cover
    Front Matter
        Front matter
    Title Page
        Page 1
    In memoriam
        Page i
    Table of Contents
        Page ii
    Dedication
        Page 2
    Faculty
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Seniors
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
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        Page 15
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        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
    Class history
        Page 31
    Last will and testament
        Page 32
    Hall of fame (superlatives)
        Page 33
        Page 34
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        Page 36
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        Page 44
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    Class prophecy
        Page 46
    Juniors
        Page 47
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        Page 49
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        Page 51
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    Underclassmen (sophomores and freshmen)
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
    Clubs
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
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        Page 65
        Page 66
    Sports
        Page 67
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    Music
        Page 82
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        Page 84
    R.O.T.C.
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
    Caribbean staff
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
    Boosters
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
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    Back Matter
        Page 108
    Back Cover
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High School


COCO SOLO, CANAL ZONE


Presents...


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CARIBBEAN


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IN MEMORIAL


RONALD FRANKEL


CLASS OF 1959


He was a good student. He was a Thespian. He won first
prize in the Roosevelt Centennial Speech Contest of 1959. He
was a high-minded young man of rare integrity, a credit to Cris-
tobal High School. He was to many of us a friend. But most
of all, Ronnie was a gentleman a warm, sensitive human being
who spoke nothing but good of his fellow man. He held our love
and respect, and we are better for having known him.











TABLE OF CONTENTS




Page
Dedication .--..----..-.. ........-- ....----- .......-.....-- ....... 2
In Memoriam ..... ... ----- ......--- ... ....
Faculty ---.. -----......---------...............---. ....-... 3
Seniors -----------......-.--.---------------......-....... 9
Class H history ............................................ .......... 31
Last Will and Testament -- -...----------------------- 32
Hall of Fame ....... ......... ---------------33
Baby Pictures -..------...--..--.-.....-..---. ------.---.. 44
Class Prophecy ..----.....---.--------.-----..---.. 46
Juniors --..........------------------------ 47
Underclassmen --.....-...------------------ 53
Clubs ..------.......... ..-- ..-.------ --.------ 59
Sports ------...-.----.------------------------ 67
Music _--.-......-..-------------..--------. 82
R. O. T. C ..... --..----....------------. --------------.. 85











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THE BIGGEST TIGER BOOSTER
OF THEM ALL
For all the service given us in the past, and for the
support he gives us now, the 1960 CARIBBEAN is
fondly dedicated to Mr. Luke C. Palumbo.


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Faculty










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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 Adamary Anderson
BA, Florida State College for Women
MA, University of Michigan
American Institutions
U. S. History
Honor Society Sponsor
Girls Counselor










Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi
BS, Southeastern Louisiana College
MA, Mississippi Southern College
Physical Education
Cheerleader Sponsor
GAA Sponsor












Mrs. Veva Folsom
AB, Nebraska State College
MA, Colorado State College
Business Education
S. A. Treasurer
Typing and Shorthand
Modern Business


Mr. Richard W. Bock
BA, University of North Dakota
MEd, University of of Houston
Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
Sophomore Class Sponsor











Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi
BA, Rutgers University
MEd, Rutgers University
English
Journalism
Quill and Scroll Sponsor











Miss Margaret Gately
AB, Emmanuel College
MS, Boston College
Science
Biology
Mathematics
Caribe Club Sponsor


Mrs. Anne Gegg
BA, Cornell University
MS, Cornell University
Latin, French, Spanish
Junior Class Sponsor


Mr. Noel Gibson
BS, Bradley University
Mechanical Drawing
Metal Shop
Rifle Club Sponsor


Mr. Eugene Gregg
AA, Canal Zone Junior College
BA, Colorado State College
MA, University of Colorado
Socail Studies
Modern World History
Athletic Council 'Sponsor


Mr. David Ingram
BS, East Texas State College
MEd, East Texas State College
Health
Physical Education


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Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad
BA, Concordia Conservatory of Music
BM, Concordia Conservatory of Music
MA, University of Michigan
Chorus
Orchestra
Band
Mrs. Alfhild Maedl
BA, Gustavus Adolphus College
English


Mr. Carl E. Maedl
BA, Moosehead Teachers College
MA, Columbia University
Biology
Guidance
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor
Boys Counselor


Mr. Bernard Mazzoni
MEd, Pennsylvania State University
Algebra
Mathematics
Journalism Ads Sponsor


Mr. Robert McCullough
BS, St. Cloud State College
MA, Colorado State College
Social Studies
Early World History


Miss Sophie McLimans
BS, University of Wyoming
Household Arts
Nurses Aides Sponsor


Mr. Paul Moser
BS, East Stroudsburg State
Teachers College
Physical Education
Health
CTS Sponsor


Mr. Luke Palumbo
BS, Northwest Missouri State College
General Science
Jr. High S.A. Sponsor


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.Mrs. Grace Pfau
BS, Valley City State Teachers College
MA, University of Minnesota
English
Art
Jr. High Dramatics Cub Sponsor
Mr. James H. Pfau
BS, Valley City State Teachers College
MA, University of Minnesota
Chemistry
Physics
S.A. Sponsor







Mr. Charles T. Reeves
BA, Arizona State University
BS, Arizona State University
MA, Arizona State University
Woodwork, General Shop, Math
Drivers' Training


Mrs. Stella Riefkohl
BA, New York Universtiy
MA, Columbia University
Spanish


Mrs. Dorothy Smith
AB, Ohio Northern University
MA, Denver University
English 11 and 12
Senior Class Sponsor


Mr. Frank Spitzer
BS, East Carolina College
Math 7 and 8
Zephyr


Mr. James Stearns
BS, University of Florida
MA, University of Florida
Spanish
"21" Club Sponsor


M/Sgt. Harold Craig
Military II
Company "E" Advisor


Mrs. Harriett Young
BS, Education, Central Missouri State
College, Northwestern University
MA, Louisiana State University
Ph.D., Louisiana State University
Dramatics Club and Thespian. Sponsor
English 9
Speech


Mrs. Erin Jones
BS, Florida State University
Librarian
Library Training


Sgt. Thomas Metcalf
Military I
Drill Team Advisor
Company "F" Advisor


Captain Acy L. Swaney
Military III and IV
Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics






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President




JAMES F. McGLOIN
"Jim"
June 12, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"True to his word, his work and his friends,
There's quite a few girls that he really
sends."
National Honor Society 4; Senior Class President
4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Battalion Commander 4; Best
Squad Field Night 2; Distinguished Cadet 3; S.
A. Homeroom Representative 2,3; "21" Club
3,4; 2nd Prize Essay 3; "C" Club 3,4; Lettered
3,4; Soccer 2,3; Boys State 3; Drivers Training
4; Class Dances 2,3,4; Class Assemblies 2,3,4;
Fresh.-Soph. Brawl 1,2; Laboratory Assistant 4;
Homecoming Court 4; Hall of Fame Most
Athletic.




















Secretary




DARCE RAE HAUSE
"Heavyweight"
december 30, 1941
Hagerstown, Maryland
"She's friendly and cheerful, her smile's like
the sun; All of our honors she has won."
Class President 1,2; Class Vice-President 3; Class
Secretary 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Sec. ; GAA
1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
All-Stars "B" League 1,2; "A" League 4; Vol-
leyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; All-Stars "B" League
1,2; "A" League 3,4; Softball Intramurals 1,2,
3,4; Top Ten 3; Drivers Training 3; Band 1,2,
3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Dances 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3;
Girls State Senator 3; ROTC Battalion Sponsor
4; Homecoming Queen 4; Hall of Fame-Miss
CHS.


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Vice-President



ROBERT C. IRWIN
"Bobby"
October 14, 1941
De Quincy, Louisiana
"Quiet until you get to know him,
then you're laughing all the time."
Junior Class President 3; Senior Class Vice-Pres-
ident 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom
Chairman 3; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Drivers
Training 3; AAA Award 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4;
Cadet 2nd Lieutenant 4; Hall of Fame-Most
Likely To Succeed.
























Treasurer



RUBY VERONICA HALL
"Tah"
October 11, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Short and sweet,
Always neat."
Dramatics Club 2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Soft-
ball Intramurals 1,2; Volleyball Intramurals 1,
2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Girls State 3;
Glee Club 1,2,3; Homeroom Alternate 1,2; Class
Treasurer 4; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Chairman
Dance Card Committee for Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Nurses Aide Club 2,3; Drivers Training 4.


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RAMONA LESLIE ANDERSON
"Mona"
July 16, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Friendship in her smile,
and talent in her fingers."
Dramatics Club 2,3; Assembly 2; Basketball Intra-
murals 2; Glee Club 3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Jr.-Sr.
Prom and Banquet 3; Dance Committees 2,3; Christ-
mas Dance 4; Girls State 3; Drivers Training 4;
Hall of Fame-Most Talented.

















RAFAEL E. AROSEMENA
"Rafa"
January 19, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"A good friend from across the border."

Soccer 3; Basketball Intramurals 3; ROTC 1,2;
Assembly 3.



















LIONEL LEROY BARFIELD, JR.
"Mike"
May 11, 1942

"Intent on his work,
but friendly and nice to know."
ROTC 1,2,3,4; Co. Commander 4; Football 2,3,4;
Boys State 3; Drivers Training 4; Class Dance Com-
mittees 2,3; Class Assemblies 1,3; Fresh-Soph. Brawl
1,2; Journalism 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Photographer
2,3,4; Track 2.


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C. E. MAURICE BELANGER
"Mutts"
September 25, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"It's not in mortals to command success, but
Maurice will do just that and more."
ROTC 1,2,3,4; Awards Ball 3,4; Awards: Highest
Daily Average, 1st Place Final Exam 2; Supply
Officer 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Vice-Pres-
ident 4; "21" Club 2,3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 3,
President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Caribe Club
3,4; S.A. Treasurer 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Journalism
4; Caribbean Photographer 3,4; Caribbean Editor 4;
Tradewind and Newsletter Staff 4; Chairman Deco-
rating Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3;
Roosevelt Assembly 3; Boys State 3; Outstanding
French Student 2; Track 2; Intramural Soccer and
Basketball 2,3,4; American Legion Baseball 3; "21"
Club Assembly 2,3,4; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Class
Assemblies 3,4; Drivers Training 4; Fresh.-Soph.
Brawl 1,2; Visitation Day Program 4; Xmas Formal
4; Student Press Correspondent 4; Opening Day
Dance 4; Xmas Festival 3; Hall of Fame-Most In-
tellectual, Commencement and Baccalaureate 3.











MANFRED BLAKELY
"Fred"
January 17, 1941
Nurenberg, Germany
"Tall, dark, and handsome is our
gift from Germany."
ROTC 3,4; Drivers Training 2; ROTC Awards
Ball 3; Hall of Fame-Best Looking.



















DONALD EARLE BRUCE, JR.
"Donnie"
April 29, 1941
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Live, love, laugh, and enjoy it;
that's just what Donnie's doing."

ROTC 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,4; Class Dances
1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Lettered
2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Lettered 2,3,4; "C" Club 2,
3,4; S.A. Representative 4; Homecoming Dances 2,
3,4; Homecoming Court 4.


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JOHN DEANE CAMPBELL
"Dean"
October 4, 1942
Boston, Massachusetts
"If worry causes death, I'll live forever."


Football
1,2,3,4.


1,2,4; Soccer 4; Drivers Training 4; ROTC


ELLEN LOUISE CLUTE
"Clutie"
August 2, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"It's nice to be natural
when you're naturally nice."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Soft-
ball 1,2,3,4; All-Stars "A" League 3; Class As-
semblies 1,2; Dance Committees 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3; Dramatics Club; Nurses Aide; Girls State
3; Drivers Training 4; Theodore Roosevelt As-
sembly 3.

















BRENDA LOCKWOOD DAISEY
"Lockwood"
December 10, 1942
Panama, Rep. of Panama
"Silent but sweet, most pleasing to meet."
Dance Committees 3,4; Office Training 4; Library
Training 1; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Drivers Training 4.


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REX HUDSON DAISEY
"Dix"
August 1, 1940
Ancon, Canal Zone
"What is man but a happy mixture
of devil and saint?"
ROTC 1,2,3; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; Swimming Team
1; Class Assemblies 2,3; Dance Committees 1,2.


















JULES JOHN DAMIANI
"Midget"
April 12, 1942
Jersey City, New Jersey
"Size doesn't make a man."
Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Intramural Soccer 4;
ROTC 1,2,3; Drill Team 3; Gym 4; Dramatics
Club 1; "Life With Mother" 1; Roosevelt Assembly
3; American Legion Baseball 3; Hall of Fame-
Wittiest; Varsity Baseball 4.



















JEAN PAUL DOCKERY
"Pearl"
July 14, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"The mildest of manner,
the gentlest of spirit."
Nurses Aide 1,2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4; Dramatics
Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
Basketball All-Stars 2,3,4; Girls State 3; Drivers
Training 4; Assembly 3.


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EDWARD JOHN DONOHUE
"Bopper"
December 18, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"There is more in me than you realize."

Intramural Soccer 2; Basketball 1,2; Varsity 3,4;
Baseball Varsity 3,4; Theodore Roosevelt 3; Visitors'
Day 4; ROTC 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Pres-
ident 4; Hall of Fame-Best Dressed.



















PETER A. ENDER
"Pitongo"
November 1, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Good-looking, good athlete, good pal-
but don't get him excited!"

Football 1,2,3,4; Lettered 3,4; Homecoming Court
4; Football Co-Captain 4; Football All-Stars 4;
Track 3,4; Intramural Soccer 1,2,3,4; Intramural
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Fresh.-Soph. Brawl 1,2; ROTC
1,2,3,4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Best Squad Field Night 3;
Class Assemblies 1,2,4; Decorating Committee 1,2,
3,4; "C" Club 2,3,4; "21" Club 1,2,3,4; Quill &
Scroll 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Boys State
3; Trade Wind Staff and Caribbean Staff 4; Drivers
Training 4; Tardy 15.














CARLOS FERNANDEZ
"Torero"
May 26, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Hold it a minute, I'm coming!"

Drivers Training 4; ROTC 3,4.


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MELVYNN MICHAEL FIELD
"Mel"
May 7, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A quick brain, a quick tongue,
and flying feet."
Class Assemblies 1,2; Class Dances 1,2,4; Baseball
2,4; Sophomore Class Vice-President 2; Homeroom
Representative 4; Gym 4; Homecoming Dance Com-
mittee 2,4; Student Council 4; "C" Club 2,3,4;
ROTC 1,2; Drivers Training 3; Hall of Fame-
Best Dancer.















JUDITH KAREN GRAY
"Judy"
August 7, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Horses are a girl's best friends."
Trade WindStaff 4; Caribbean Staff; Caribe Club
2; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; ROTC Secretary; Visi-
tation Day Program; Basketball Intramurals 4;
Christmas Assembly Decorations 3; Spring Festival
Lights 3; Class Ring Committee 3; Assemblies 1,2,
3; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Drivers Training 4;
Stage Work and Lights on Plays 1,2,3; Christmas
Dance 4; Class Dances 1,2; Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement Committee 3; Quill & Scroll 4; Art Ed-
itor Caribbean 4.














EMILY GRACE HEARN
"Em"
December 14, 1942
Colon. Rep. of Panama
"The secret of success is constancy and purpose."
Orchestra 1,2; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Class Dances
1,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Girls State 3;
Junior Class Secretary 3; Drivers Training 4; Nurses
Aide 3,4; Vice-President 4; Caribe Club 1,2,3,4;
President 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Secretary
4; Hall of Fame-Most Likely To Succeed.


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GERALD A. HILTY
"Butch"
January 14, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"He laughs and the class laughs with him."

Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
ROTC 3,4; Swimming 1; Water Polo 1,2; Soccer
2,3; Football 2.


















RUTH ANNE HIMES
"Roofy"
September 21, 1942
St. James, Missouri
"Gentlemen prefer Blondes."
Torrance High School, Torrance Calif.: YWCA Hi.
Debs 1,2; Homeroom Representative 1; Rally Club
1-2; Student Store 1; Sportscapade 1; South High
School, Torrance, Calif.: Variety Show 2; GAA 2;
Girls League Historian Reporter 2; Dance Commit-
tees 2,3; Cristobal High School: Homeroom Alter-
nate 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Girls State 3;
Basketball Intramurals 3,4; Drivers Training 4; Dra-
matics Club 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff
4; Art Editor 4; Jamboree Queen 4; Palm Bowl
Queen 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Homecoming Court 4.'















DODD JONES
"AJ"
August 10, 1941
San Francisco, California
"A not-so-quiet riot; a guy with no enemies."
Football 1; Homeroom Representative 1; Sophomore
Class Treasurer 2; Bowling 3,4; Basketball 2.


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REBA LAURENE JONES
"Reba"
July 27, 1942
Bellaire, Ohio
"A classmate everyone admires,
for the wisdom to which she aspires."
Substitute Teacher 2; Sextet 2,3; L.T.L. Treasurer 1;
L.T.L. Chairman 2, Open House 1; Chairman card
sale 3; Play 3; Winter Carnival 3; Band 3; 3 Essay
Contests 3; Nurses Aide 4; Orchestra 4; History
Award 3; Bake Sale 3; Drivers Training 4; Hall
of Fame-Most Intellectual.














FELIX F. KARPINSKI
"Corky"
July 1, 1942
Corpus Christi, Texas
"Never trouble trouble, till trouble
troubles you; then laugh!"
ROTC 1,2,3,4; Platoon Leader 4; Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards 2,3,4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 3; Drivers
Training 4; Football 4; Dance Committees 2,3; Base-
ball, Alumni 3; Baseball Varsity 3; "21" Club 3,4;
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Intramural Softball 2,3; Science
Fair 3.



















FRANCISCO KATZ
"Boodro"
August 3, 1941
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"He says things his brain hasn't even
thought of yet."
Gym 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3; Drivers Training 3.


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PAUL KUNKEL, JR.
"Satch"
October 3, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Quiet but sincere, a friend to keep near."
Pennsbury High School: Chefs Club 1,2; Pets Club
2; Assemblies 1; Dance Committees 1,2; Cristobal
High School: ROTC 3,4; Color Guard 4; Soccer 4;
Intramural Basketball 4; Drivers Training 4.
















DOROTHY MARION LEACH
"Marion"
April 26, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Silence is the great art of conversation."
Dramatics Club 1; Office Practice 4; Drivers Train-
ing 4.
















PAUL BERNARD EUGENE ALEXANDER
LEIGNADIER
"Pullo"
February 26, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"I am a student,
and girls are a subject to study."
Homeroom Representative 3; Homeroom Alternate 2;
S.A. Secretary 4; "21" Club 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,
2,3,4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; Football 2,4; Lettered 4;
Jr. Varsity Basketball 2; Boys State 3; Class Dances
1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4;
ROTC 1,2,3,4; Adjutant 4; Best Squad 2; 2nd Best
Squad 3; Drivers Training 3; Jr.Sr.- Prom and Ban-
quet Chairman 3; Opening Day Dance 1,2,3,4;
Xmas Dance 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Tradewind Staff
4; Caribbean Staff 4; Journalism 4; Business Mana-
ger 4; Athletic Council 2; Intramural Basketball 1,
2; Intramural Softball 1,2,3,4; Fresh.-Soph. Brawl
1,2; Referee 4; Homecoming Dance 3,4; Homecom-
ing Court 4; ROTC Awards Ball 4; Alumni Base-
ball Team.






LEILA ANN LEON
"Lee"
August 31, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A busy senorita with plenty of
looks and laughs."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; President 4; Thespians 2,
3,4; Vice-President 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Class
Dances 1,2,3,4; Christmas Formal 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom
and Banquet Chairman 4; Theodore Roosevelt As-
sembly 3; Girls State 3; Drivers Training 4; GAA
2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses Aide 2; Rifle Club
1,2,3,4; Secretary-Treasurer 3; President 4; Athletic
Council 4; Homeroom Alternate 4; Softball Intra-
murals 1,2,3; Captain 3; "B" League Manager 2;
Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3; Captain 3; "B" League
All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
Captain 3; "A" League All-Stars, Manager 4; Top
Ten in Sports 1,2,3; Christmas and Spring Festivals
1,2,3; Frosh.-Soph. Brawl 1; Expert Rifleman 3;
Manager Junior High All-Stars 2,3; Library Assist-
ant 3.










SHIRLEY JEAN LITTLETON
"Shirl"
August 23, 1942
Orange, California
"She has a future full of treasures."

Stewart: School Newspaper 1; Orchestra 1; Assem-
blies 1; Radio-Speech Club 1; Dance Committee 1;
CHS: Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses Aide 2,3,4; Pres-
ident 4; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3; Senior Xmas Formal 4; Drivers Train-
ing 4; Theodore Roosevelt Assembly ;; Girls
State 3.


















CHARLES LYEW
"Charlie"
May 5, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Silent and reserved,
his mind the world observed."

Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Drviers Training 4; Christmas
Dance; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4; Christmas Festival
1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Caribe Club 3,4.


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JOHN THOMAS MARSHALL
"Jimmy Dean"
December 3, 1940
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Flying high, his thoughts reach the sky."
Intramural Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soft-
ball 2,3; Class Assembly 2; Dance Committees 1,2,
3,4; Opening Day Assembly 2; "C" Club 3,4; Sec- ON -
retary-Treasurer 4; Drivers Training 3.


















MICHAEL GRANT McBRIDE
"Mike"
July 25, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Very calm and unassuming,
mighty plans his brain is brewing."
Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural Soccer 1,2;
Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Theodore Roosevelt Assembly 3; Boys State 3; Ath-
letic Council 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Jour-
nalism 4; Drivers Training 4; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; ROTC 1,2,3; Jr. Rifle Club 1;
Science Fair 3.










FRANK JEFFERSON McLEOD, JR.
"Macky"
September 24, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Alert, studious, dependable;
a real credit to the Senior Class."
National Honor Society 3,4; President 4; Dramatics
Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; President 4; Caribe
Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club Assembly 2; Play Light-
ing 1,2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; President 3;
Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Freshman Class Vice-Presi-
dent; Class Treasurer 3; ROTC 1,2,3; Best Squad
Field Night 2; 3rd Place Annual Exam. 2; Football
2; Bowling Team 3,4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Drivers Training 4;
Quill & Scroll* 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Boys State 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Theodore Roosevelt
Assembly 3; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Laboratory Assistant 4; Student Conductor 4; Fresh.-
Soph. Brawl 1,2; Hall of Fame-Most Talented.

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IRENE ANNE MEEHAN
"Irene"
April 28, 1942
Panama City, Panama
"Tall, stately and graceful,
with a smile for all."
Dramatics Club 1; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3;
Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Assemblies 1,2,3; Dance
Committees 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Ban-
quet and Prom 3; Xmas Festival 1,2,3,4; Spring Fes-
tival 1,2,3; Quill & Scroll.
















GILBERT ROBIN MORLAND
"Kubski"
December 31, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"How much do you want to bet?"
Soccer Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals
1,2,3,4; Softball Intramurals 1,2; Drivers Training
4; Fresh-Soph. Brawl 1,2.



















BRENDA JOYCE MURRAY
"Bren"
December 20, 1940
New York, New York
"A terrific combination of athletic
ability and friendliness."
Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4;
Captain 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; All Stars 1,2,3,4; Top
Ten All Stars 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Vice-President 4;
Bowling 1,2,4; Vocal 1,2; Drivers Training 3; Jun-
ior-Senior Prom 4; Senior Dance 4; Homecoming
Dance 4, Hall of Fame-Most Athletic.


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ANDRA LEE NASH
"Andy"
January 23, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Sparkle and spice and everything nice,
That's what our cheerleader's made of."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4; Volley-
ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,
3,4; Softball Intramurals 1,2; Dances 1,2,3,4; As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Girls
State 3; Orchestra 1; Christmas Festival 1,4; Spring
Festival 1; Swimming Team 1,2; Homeroom Alter-
nate 3; A Roomful of Roses 3; Opening Day Pro-
gram 4; Office Practice 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Edi-
tor 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Science Fair 3; Drivers
Training 4; Cheerleader 4; ROTC Sponsor, Co. F,
4; Homecoming Court 4; Fresh.-Soph. Brawl 1,2;
Quill & Scroll 4; Bowling Intramurals 4; Hall of
Fame-Best Dressed.








BARBARA JOAN PAGE
"Joanie"
June 28, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Hard-working and diligent,
you can always count on Joan."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Secretary
4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Class Dances 1,2,3,4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom and Banquet 3; Theodore Roosevelt
Assembly 3; Softball Intramurals 1; Band and Or-
chestra Secretary 2; Girls State 3; ROTC Secretary
4; Journalism Photographer 1,2,4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Tradewind Staff 4; Editor; Quill & Scroll 4; Asst.
Editor, Caribbean; Opening Day Program 4; Home-
coming Dances 2,3,4; Caribe Club 2; Dramatics
Club Assembly 2; Office Practice 1,2,3,4; Visitation
Day Program 1,2,3,4; Campaign Assembly 3; Drivers
Training 4; Fresh.-Soph. Brawl Official 4; Xmas
Formal, Dec. Chair. 4; Newsletter Staff, Editor.












JAMES PALUMBO
"Jimmy"
July 26, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A rare combination of ability, frolic, and fun.
A true son of C.H.S."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; "21" Club 3,4; "C" Club
2,3,4; President 4; Intramural Soccer 1,2,3,4; Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Junior Varsity Basket-
ball 2; Roosevelt Assembly 3; Assemblies 1,2; Dance
Committee 1,2,3,4; Manager of Baseball Team 1;
Football All-Stars 3,4; Drivers Training 4.


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DORIS RUTH PAYNE
"Pudgy"
November 21, 1942
East Paterson, New Jersey
"A light heart lives long."
Assemblies 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Office Practice
4; Dance Committees 1,2,3; Majorette for Band 1,
2,3; Intramurals 1,2.


DIMITY CARRIE PEARCE
"Dee"
September 8, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Filled to the brim with happiness
and sunshine."
B.H.S. Showcase Committee 2; Chorus 2; Glee Club
2,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Drivers Training 4.


CAROLYN LEE PECK
"Lee"
December 20, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A winsome lass with plenty of class."

Caribe Club 2,3,4; Historian 3,4; Nurses Aide Club
2,3,4; Historian 4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Girls State
3; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Ban-
quet 3; Hall of Fame-Best Dancer.


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JOHN GODFREY PETERSEN
"Pete"
March 3, 1942
New York, New York
"A quiet man, but quite a man."
Football 2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4.


















DOUGLAS JOHN PHILLIPS
"Doug"
October 13, 1941
Panama City, Panama
"Time is but a stream I go fishing in."

ROTC 1,2,3,4; Drivers Training 3; Assemblies 2,
3,4; Dance 2; Prom 3.




















SANDRA VIRGINIA ROSCOE
"Ginny"
July 11, 1941
Needham, Massachusetts

"Pull of pep, punch and personality
with the looks to go with it."

Homeroom Representative 1,2; Class Dances 1,2,3;
Program Committee 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Home-
coming Court 4; Library Assistant 1; Office Prac-
tice 4.


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JOHN C. SANDERS
"Jack"
August 6, 1941
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"As nice as they come and as grand as they go."
Drivers Training 3; ROTC 1,2.

















DIANA RAE SMITH
"Di"
September 11, 1942
Long Beach, California
"She works hard and plays harder."
GAA 2,4; Dramatics 2; Drivers Training 4; Glee
Club 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Basketball All-Stars 3,4;
Volleyball All-Stars 2; Rally Club 2; Office Prac-
tice 4; Visitors Day 4; Girls State 3; Library As-
sistant 3; Softball All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; As-
semblies 2,3; Hall of Fame-Friendliest.














MARION VIRGINIA SMITH
"Smitty"
December 6, 1942
Panama City, Panama
"Athletic, witty and nice-that's our Marion."
Band 2,3; Class Assemblies 2,3; Class Dances 1,2,3,
4; Drivers Traniing 4; Girls State 3; Math Award
3; Nurses Aide 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Home-
coming Dance 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Al-
ternate 4; Top Ten 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals
1,2,3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Softball In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball All-Stars 1,3,4; Vol-
leyball All-Stars 2,4; Softball All-Stars 1,2,3,4.


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SARAH SPECTOR
"Little Hercules"
November 5, 1941
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Small in height, great in heart."
Balboa High School: Glee Club 1; Homeroom Rep-
resentative 1; Water Polo Team 1; Cristobal High
School: Class Assemblies 2,3; Homeroom Alternate
2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2; Swimming Team 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball Intramurals 2,3,4; Girls State 3; Dance
Committees 2,3,4; Drivers Training 3; Hall of Fame
-Wittiest.

















DANIEL JOSEPH STANLEY
"Danny"
July 4, 1942
Charleston, West Virginia
"I'm not lazy,
I'm just conserving my energy."
ROTC 1,4; Journalism 4; Tradeoind 4; Caribbean
4; Drivers Training 4.


















MICHAEL NORTON STEPHENSON
"Mike"
October 8, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Live today, tomorrow might not come."
Basketball Intramurals; Softball Intramurals; Soccer
Intramurals; Baseball Intramurals; Dance Commit-
tees 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,
4; Drivers Training 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.


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HUGO ESTEVEN TOMPKINS
"Prima"
November 8, 1941
Barranquilla, Columbia
"I'm not conceited; conceit's a fault,
and I'm faultless."
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Lettered 3; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Lettered 3,4; J.V. Capt. 2; Varsity 2,3,4;
Track 2,3,4; Lettered 3,4; Softball 2; Soccer 2,4;
Fresh.-Soph. Brawl 1,2; Referee 4; "C" Club 3,4;
Class Dances 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4;
Best Company Field Night 3; ROTC Awards Ball
4; Company Commander 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Trade-
wind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Homeroom Repre-
sentative 1,2,3; Safety Committee 3.
















JOSEPH VALDEZ
"Joe"
November 20, 1940
Clifton, Arizona
"A good acquaintance and a better friend."
ROTC 3,4; Football 4; All-Stars 4; Track 3; Boys
State 3.



















WILLIAM EDWARD WEIGLE III
"Sad Man"
August 8, 1941
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A smooth, easy-going guy, unless he's
driving, then PANIC!"
Class Dances 2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; ROTC 1,2;
Track 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Drivers Training 3.


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JAMES McKENNY WILL
"Jim"
March 3, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A leader of men, a follower of women."
Homeroom Representative 1,2; S.A. Vice-President
3; S.A. President 4; Caribe Club 3,4; "21" Club
1,2,3,4; Vice-President "21" Club 3; Lettermen's
Club 3,4; President of Athletic Council; Torrid
Zone Wizards 3,4; Boys State 3; Fresh.-Soph. Brawl
1,2; Referee 4; S.A. Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Class
Dances 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Football
1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; J.V. 1,2; Roose-
velt Assembly 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Cadet Major; Lab
Assistant 4; Safety Committee 2; Drivers Training
3; Hall of Fame-Mr. CHS.










WILLIAM LOUIS WILL
"Bill"
March 3, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A heart sincere, pleasant smile, make Bill's
friendship most worthwhile."
St. Joseph's Seminary and College: Baseball 1; Foot-
ball 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; Cristobal High
School: Intramural Soccer 2,3,4; Homeroom Alter-
nate 2; Homeroom Representative; S.A. Asst. Treas-
urer 3; S.A. Award 3; "21" Club 2,3,4; ROTC 2,
3,4; Company Executive 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Carib-
bean Staff (Section Editor) 4; Tradewind Staff
(Sports Editor); Homecoming Dance 3; Class
Dances 2,3; "21" Club Assembly 2; Opening Day
Program 4; Boys State 3; Drivers Training 3; Bas-
ketball 2,3,4; Jr. Rifle Club 2; Christmas Formal 4;
Hall of Fame-Friendliest.










ADA LOUISE WYNNE
"Wease"
July 6, 1942
Lake Charles, La.
"Vivacious and bold,
her charms won't grow old."
GAA 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom and
Banquet 3; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees
1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; All-Stars 3,
4; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; All-Stars 3,4;
Softball 1; Swimming 2,3,4; Girls State 3; Library
Training 1; Office Practice 4; Basketball Intra-
murals Captain 4; Nurses Aide 2; Science Fair 3;
Homecoming Court 4; Hall of Fame-Best Looking.


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It seems that only yesterday the Class of 1960 began its long climb to the top.
Defeated, but undaunted, it lost the Freshman-Sophomore Brawl on September 9, 1956.
The first class officers it elected were these: Darce Hause, President; Frank McLeod,
Vice-President, and Darien Dietz, Secretary-Treasurer. Along with Mr. Karl Shirley,
the class sponsor, the Class of "60" produced its first dance, the "Spring Swing," and
its first assembly, a variety show.



As Sophomores, the Class of 1960 started off on the right foot by winning
the Brawl against a larger freshman team. Darce Hause led the class as President
once more, with Mel Field acting as Vice-President and Judy Butler as Secretary-
Treasurer. The class sponsor was a new-comer to CHS, Mr. Lyle Roush. After
presenting a rather unusual assembly, the Class of 1960 held a very successful
dance labeled the "Sputnik Spin."


As Juniors, under the leadership of Mrs. Anne Gegg, the Class of '60
elected Bob Irwin Class President. Bob held this honor along with Darce
Hause-Vice-President, Emily Hearn-Secretary, and Frank McLeod-Treas-
urer. The 1960 Class Rings arrived in December, 1958, and, after pre-
senting an informative assembly on Panamanian Independence Day, the
Juniors produced the Junior and Senior Prom and Banquet, giving the seniors
a fine send-off. The dance and Banquet was based on the theme "Say-
onara," which means Good-bye.



On September 1, 1959, the goal for the Class of 1960 was reached.
They were Seniors! Jim McGloin led the class through its final year
with the aid of his fellow officers: Bob Irwin, Vice-President; Darce
Hause, Secretary; and Ruby Hall, Treasurer. With the aid of Mrs.
Smith, the senior class sponsor, the lovely "Snowflake Frolic" was
produced.



The Class of 1960 had its leaders in every activity in CHS.
Members of the Class of '60 will' surely continue to exercise and
extend their influence in the years to come.


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The Last Will and Testament


Ramona Anderson leaves her place in the Glee Club
to Betty Limkemann.
Rafael Arosemena leaves his pile of rocks to Leo
Sanchez.
LeRoy Barfield leaves his problems to anyone who
doesn't have any.
Maurice Belanger leaves his crew-cut to Lennart
Hakanson.
Manfred Blakely leaves his place at the "0" to Mike
Rudge.
Donnie Bruce leaves Mrs. Smith to all the under-
classmen.
Dean Campbell leaves his traffic tickets to anyone
who can afford them.
Ellen Clute leaves her brains? in math to her sister,
Janet.
Brenda Daisey leaves her brother, Rex, to Ginny
Roscoe.
Rex Daisey leaves Coach Moser to the Gamboa Golf
Club.
Jules Dvmiani leaves the honor of being a Senior
to Bobby Geddes.
Jean Dockery leaves her locker for someone else's
use next year.
Ed Donohue leaves his shoes to anyone who can fill
them.
Peter Ender leaves his car, but not the keys, to Pierre
Leignadier.
Carlos Fernandez leaves all he didn't study for Leo
Sanchez to learn.
Melvyn Field leaves his math ability to his brother.
Judy Gray leaves her horse and buggy parking places
to Bernice Hill and "George" to Mrs. Fattorosi.
Ruby Hall leaves her place on the Honor Roll to her
sister, Barbara.
Darce Hause leaves her "tank" to Babe Marquard
when he gets his license so he can chauffeur
the gang next year.
Emily Hearn leaves her "outstanding?" athletic abil-
ity to whoever thinks she deserves it.
Butch Hilty leaves slowly but surely.
Ruth Himes leaves her ability to write sonnets to
any up-and-coming Shakespeare.
Dodd Jones leaves his "Buggy," (with a full tank of
gas) to the boys.
Reba Jones leaves her laboratory equipment to any
chemistry student needing them.
Corky Karpinski leaves all of his troubles in Physics
to George Cotton.
Francisco Katz leaves his nickname, "Boodro," to any
unfortunate person who gets it.
Paul Kunkel leaves his High School career to next
year's freshmen.
Marion Leach leaves her ability to talk for hours to
any talkative junior.
Paul Leignadier leaves his official license plate but
not his Mercedes to George Cotton.
Leila Leon leaves her aspirins to "Headache" Slowick
for future use in English 12.
Shirley Littleton leaves her advice to any CHS stu-
dent to have a ball.


Charles Lyew leaves a pile of work to all the lazy,
teacher hard-time-givers, but his best wishes to
the industrious members of the student body.
John Marshall leaves his conceit and good-looks to
Brian Lutz.
Mike McBride leaves his place at the lunch table to
Ernie Stiebritz.
Frank McLeod leaves Mr Pfau's storeroom to any-
body with the intestinal fortitude to blow it up.
Irene Meehan leaves the whole school, lock, stock,
and barrel, to her poor, unsuspecting sister.
Robin Morland leaves astonishingly, and doesn't
know how.
Brenda Murray leaves her title of Captain of the Bas-
ketball team to Carol Seaman, so that she may
beat JC next year.
Jim McGloin leaves "Shorty" and/or "Ohio" to next
year's Juniors and Seniors.
Andy Nash leaves her curly hair to anyone brave
enough to try controlling it.
Joan Page leaves her camera and flashbulbs to her
camera fan, Sue Corrigan.
Jimmy Palumbo leaves his centering position to
Alex Stearns with all the bruises that go with it.
Doris Payne leaves her job at the theater to anyone
who wants it.
Dee Pearce leaves all the happiness of her Senior year
to Louise Allgaier.
Lee Peck leaves all the fun she's had in CHS to any
lucky freshman.
John Peterson leaves his bike to the person who
can buy it.
Doug Phillips leaves all the tarpon in the Charges
he has staked out to Lennie Wertz.
Ginny Roscoe leaves her place in the Homecoming
Court to her sisters, Diane and Sue.
Jack Sanders leaves his old tire marks to CHS.
Diana Smith leaves her knee guard to anyone on
the Basketball team who can wear it.
Marion Smith leaves her fighting spirit to her sister,
Lonnie.
Sarah Spector leaves her ability to get in trouble in
Study Hall to Tita Clarke.
Danny Stanley leaves it all to Mike LaCroix and
Ernie Stiebritz.
Mike Stephenson leaves with the wind.
Hugo Tompkins leaves his "Primadonna" slot to
Gary Irving.
Joe Valdez leaves locker number 334 to the next
individual on whom it may fall.
Bill Weigle leaves his motor-cycle to Sharon
McElhone.
Jim Will leaves all the lunches he would have eaten
to Charlotte Bialkowski and Patsy Lee.
Bill Will leaves his grouchy moods to Kathy Lewis.
Ada Wynne leaves her ability to flirt to her brothers
and her place in the Homecoming Court to
Ginny Lynn.


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1. Maurice B6langer 2. Rex Daisey 3. Charles Lyew 4. Emily Hearn 5. Ada
Wynne 6. Manfred Blakely 7. Diana Smith 8. Bill and Jim Will 9. Rafael
Arosemena 10. Ramona Anderson 11. Dee Pearce 12. Ginny Roscoe 13. Ruby Hall


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14. Frank McLeod 15. Andy Nash 16. Brenda Murray
17. Jack Sanders 18. Carolyn Peck 19. Sarah Spector
20. Doris Payne 21. Darce Hause 22. Judy Gray 23. Leila Leon
24. Marion Smith 25. Joan Page 26. Ellen Clute
27. John Marshall 28. Joe Valdez 29. Brenda Daisey
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SClass Prophecy









As we take a quick glance into the future, we find the graduates of the class of 1960 scattered
throughout the western hemisphere and employed in various occupations.
Treading in the sea of matrimony are three of our own lovely girls: Emily Hearn is married to a
Texas millionaire, Irene Meehan has wedded a Bulted Midgedaire, and Sandra Roscoe is married to Rex
Daisey.
On the local scene, we find Rex Daisey completing his Canal Zone electrical apprenticeship, Paul
Leignadier taking the Panamanian Presidential Election by a landslide, and Bill Will as the business
manager of the Colon Garbage Collection Agency. Bill's secretary is Joan Page. Marion Smith is com-
pleting her college training to replace Mrs. Smith in English 12. At Coco Solo Hospital we find the
situation confused, with Doris Payne and Jean Dockery as nurses, and Ellen Clute as a physical therapist.
Reba Jones has just finished college and plans to replace Mr. Pfau when he retires as a science teacher.
Michael McBride is writing comics for the PANAMA AMERICAN. Robin Morland has a job with the
Grace Line shipping agency. Andy Nash is the United States Consul to Panama. Paul Kunkel is an ad-
miral in the Panamanian Navy. His duties consist of bailing out a cayuco. Francisco Katz is the new
chemist at the Balboa Brewery.
As the scene shifts to the United States, we find a host of engineers from our alma mater. The
engineers responsible for the electrical mishaps throughout the country are Danny Stanley, Hugo Tomp-
kins, Felix Karpinski, and Peter Ender. Our mechanical engineers are Mel Field and John Peterson. Jim
Will and Deane Campbell are aeronautical engineers, and Gerald Hilty is an architectural engineer.
Zipping through the skies in a jet plane is our rugged speedster, LeRoy Barfield. Also in the sky,
but watching out for the jet pilot, is John Marshall, flying a passenger plane; Leila Leon is his stewardess.
Switching to the entertainment world, we find the world renowned pianist, Ramona Anderson,
accompanying Judy Gray and her dancing horse in Carnegie Hall. Darce Hause, an interior decorator,
is changing the interior of every theater on Broadway.
Ruby Hall is a successful stenographer in New York and Diana Smith is a secretary in the same
office. Sherley Littleton is teaching handicapped children. Brenda Daisey and Sarah Spector are also
secretaries.
In the various research plants throughout the country, we find Maurice Belanger, Jim McGloin,
and Frank McLeod in the role of mad scientists. Ed Donahue is galavanting around the country-side
capturing funny little animals for his biological research. Serving science in another way is Doug
Phillips, who plans to be the first man to reach the moon. Good luck, Doug! Don Bruce plans to go
to college-but for how long? (It would be great to be a professional student).
Among the more unusual occupations is Manford Blakely's: he plans to be an educated bum. Jules
Damiani plans to be a race-car driver. Bob Erwin plans to be a success and give his second million
to Jim Will. Bill Weigle has become a motorcycle enthusiast. Ruth Himes is still in college. Joe Valdez
is in the Air Force. Charles Lyew is a professor of music in the University of Panama. Dodd Jones
has just become the new Commander of the French Navy. Jack Sanders and Marion Leach are runnnig
a garage in New York. Marion handles the dirty work. Dimity Pearce, Carolyn Peck, and Brenda Murray
are guiding tourists up Mount Everest. Mike Stephenson is president of the National Newspaper-boy
Syndicate. Ada Wynne is a homemaker.
Carlos Fernandez is Spain's greatest bullfighter and is learning the art of hypnotizing bulls!















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JUNIORS P...





PRESIDENT


Juniors


TREASURER


VICE-PRESIDENT


SECRETARY

Aim 1


Veronica Blennerhassett


Daniel Smith


Class of '61


Carol Agee Louise Allgaier


Edna Baker Patricia Baron


Pat Andresen


Lesley Berger


Kathleen Asbury


Jay Bialkowski


Shirley Bonneau Abel Borsellino


Page Tom Billison
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Alex Stearns


Brenda Collins


Rod Brayton




















Beverly Brownlee Harry Butz


Sharon Cooper George Cotton


John Cronan Kathleen Crouch


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Pat Dockery


Stephanie Dryer


Tom Dugan


Barbara Erikson


Virginia Favorite


Andrea Grebien Page 49


Paul Ebdon


Patricia Egger


Molly Engelke


Randy Coate Lynne Coffin


Robert Geddes


Jay French


Ellen Fogle



















Judy Hakanson Barbara Hall


Bruce Hirn


Walter Kleefkins


Mary Nell Lee


Judy Hallet


Betsy Hewitt


Mary Jane Husted Gary Irving


Hazel Kirkland


Katherine Kucikas Michael LaCroix


Cecilia Lelaidier


Timothy Lasher


Betty Limkemann Livia Lippincott


Warren Marquard


Page 50 John Manning


Giles Martin


Mario Martin



















Sharon McElhone Elizabeth McLaren


David Miller


Michael Metcalf


Diane Nolte


Michael Rudge


Carol Seaman


Diane Shore


Robert Morrissey Bert Murray


Leo Sanchez


Hilda Saborio


Rebecca Slowick Helen Spector


Pamela Theriot
Page $1


Becky McLeod Allen Messer


Jack Taber


Ernest Stiebritz


Andrea Terrell



















Roberta Vache Bobby Walker


Henry Wells


Leonard Wertz


Dewey Whittaker Terry Wilcox


James Williams. Walter Woodruff


CAMERA SHY JUNIORS: Olga Alvarez, Donald Bonneau, James
Boseman, Larry Corrigan, Miguel Deyne, Cody Hollowell, Allen Jacques,
Mike Littleton, Bill Livingston, and Alfred Valdez.


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tary-Treasurer; Hilda Riefkohl, President; and Jean Allen, S
Vice-President.





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Freshmen Officers, left to right: Michael Burza, Vice-
President; Pierre Leignadier, President; and Sue Bar- Page 53
field, Secretary-Treasurer.

























FIRST ROW (L to R): Lillian Hirons, Evelyn Messer, Isabel Adams, Katherine Hemenway, Virginia
Hirons, Sandra Husted, Marie Wertz, Elizabeth Hanna, Jean Allen.
SECOND ROW: Robert Chan, Ann Baas, Mary Esther Jones, Joanne Tang, Jack Pierce, Thomas
Wilson, Robert Rankin, Robert Willis, Buddy Slaughter, Chuck Bath, Stanley Leon.


SOPHO


FIRST ROW (L to R): Sonia Kandrin, Beverly George, Carol Morland, Sue Corrigan, Colleen Lawson,
Mary Ann Hardwick, Wilma Rodriguez, Pat Resheter.
SECOND ROW: Bruce Carrow, Kit Atkins, Phil Sanders, David Judson, Tony Kucikas, Robert Himes,
Earl Griggs, Edward Green.
THIRD ROW: Rodney Winborn, Harvey Leahman, Charles Tobin, Howard Clarke, Derek Egger,
James Manning.


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FIRST ROW (L to R): Cathy Lewis, Verna Rae Hildebrand, Wanda Scott, Hilda Riefkohl, Linda
Eglinton, Mary Park, Charlene Graves, Barbara Crimmel, Jean Van der Hayden.
SECOND ROW: Sam Katz, Len Hakanson, Gordon Rief, Richard Chin, Guy Jones, John Wainio,
Joe Coffin, David Larrison, Ray Scheidegg, Howell Wynne, Larry Wilder.


MORES


FIRST ROW (L to R): Vicki Fettler, Clarice Lamis, Donna Richards, Pat Clarke.
SECOND ROW: Aide Rigby, Betty Payne, Virginia Valdez, Kay Tapie, Laura Strongman, Edna Morales,
Pam Johnson, Sandra Woodruff.
THIRD ROW: Jim Williford, Louis Davis, Stephen Kish, Eugene Pugh, Earl Orr, Roger Hutchinson.
FOURTH ROW: Stephen Franklin, Charles Arington, Terry Webster, Brian Lutz, La Rue Christoph,
Jeffrey Leon.


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FIRST ROW (L. to R.): Zandra Zimmerman, Pat Daly, Helen George, Lonnie Smith, Sue Urey, Pat
Seaman, Cathy Clancy, Harriett Hewitt, Elizabeth Pearson. SECOND ROW: Tom Robertson, Wilfred
Shaffer, Ted Holmes, Allen Park, Joseph Wynne, Stanley Motta, Franklin Brooks, Margaret O'Brien,
Sue Barfield, Diane Roscoe, Pat Kunkle. THIRD ROW: Roy Hall, Charles Vowell, Robert Hammond,
Kenny Cooper, John Malory, Harry Butcher, Robert Blevins, James Jackson.





FRESH


FIRST ROW (L. to R.): Doriene Bass, Yvonne Leladier, Lauray Will, Clara Tobin, Celia Cronan, Diane
Ramsey, Cheryl Jackson, Carmen Fernandez. SECOND ROW: Carla Meehan, Lydia Betances, Karen
Sanders, Tinker Hollowell, Beverley Dockery, Rene Owen, Jeanette Hamburg, Carolyn Smith. THIRD
ROW: Donald Stohrer, Gordon Sanders, Robert Hauser, Douglas Alberga, Ricky Maedl, Robert Bose-
man. FOURTH ROW: Pierre Leignadier, Rusty Field, Will Will, Robert Burns, Bill Huff, Richard
Carpenter, Fred Newhard, Richard Pennington, Mike Bohnak, George Angle.





























FIRST ROW (L. to R.): Carolyn Rowley, Judy Stepp, Evangeline Febus, Ann Jackson, Carolyn Beck-
ley. SECOND ROW: Patsy Lee, Tula Martino, Kathleen Delapp, Jackie Weir, Grace Craig, Rita
Geyer, Betty Shaffer, Marian Ramirez. THIRD ROW: Mike Klasousky, Ted Davis, Paul Brooks,
George Patton, John Slaughter, Vincent Canamas, James Hoverson, Raymond Madison, Miguel Riviera,
and Wendell Taylor.


MEN


FIRST ROW (L. to R.): Lewis French, Robert Wood, Bruce Mallick, John Frensley, Jack Brayton,
Jack Holcomb, Bill Redman, and Gary Anderson. SECOND ROW: Elain Asbury, Josephine Borselino,
Rose Jackson, Martha Wood, Janet Steele, Maria Rivera, Nancy Drohan, Sandra Parker, Evelyn Haw-
thorne, Sheila Sanders, Yvonne Morales, Bonnie Conklin, Joanne Crouch, Clifford Carrington, and Kenny
Sanders. THIRD ROW: Mae Jacques, Donna Smith, Sharon Tully, Joanne Jones, Stacia Walsh, Teresa
Alderte, Andy Nicolaison, Dennis Hyatt, and Mike Burza.


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"Hey girls, going our way."


"I just don't understand!"


"Yakety yak"


"Let me out of here!"


"Peek-a-boo!"


"Man, this lounge is the most!"


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Student Association


Student Council
The SA. was organized for the student body to
create a friendlier relationship among students and
.to encourage participation in school activities. The
Student Council, an important branch of the S.A.,
consists of five officers and one representative from
each homeroom.


Front Row (L to R): Maurice Belanger, Treasurer; Sharon
McElhone, Vice President; Jim Will, President; Molly Engelke,
Assistant Treasurer; Paul Leignadier,. Secretary. Second Row:
Celia Cronan, Pam Johnston, Joanne Tang, Lesley Berger,
Bill Will. Third Row: Tom Billison, Donnie Bruce, Mel
Field, David Judson. Fourth Row: George Patton, George
Cotton, and John Wainio.



Student Association

Cabinet


The S.A. Cabinet consists of the five officers that
preside over each meeting. They are from left to
right: Paul Leignadier, Secretary; Jim Will, Presi-
dent; Maurice Belanger, Treasurer. Back Row:
Molly Engelke, Assistant Treasurer; and Sharon Mc-
Elhone, Vice President.


Athletic Council

The Athletic Council is made up of
the Student Association's alternates.
Their job is to take care of the gate at
all CHS athletic contests. This year's of-
ficers are Sharon McElhone, President
and Molly Engelke, Treasurer. Mr. Eu-
gene Gregg is the sponsor.


Front Row (L to R): Mr. Gregg, Jim Williford, Leila Leon, Molly Engelke,
Sharon McElhone, Mike Metcalf. Back Row: Carol Morland, Becky McLeod, Ginny
Favorite, Verna Hildebrand, and Tom Wilson. Camera Shy: Marion Smith and
Ruth Himes.


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Torrid Zone Wizards


The Torrid Zone Wizards is a
local honorary science club belong-
Sing to the National Organization
P of the Science Clubs of America.
"-The Club promotes interest in
F, science by lectures, field trips, and
demonstration experiments.
Qualifications for membership
include high scholastic average
and an active interest in science.
This year's officers: Ed Dona-
hue, President; Tom Billison, Vice
President; and Lesley Berger, Sec-
retary. Mr. Maedl is the sponsor.




Front Row (L to R): Gary Irving, Terry Wilcox, Gordon Reif, Jim Williford, Larry
Wilder, Andrea Grebien. Second Row: David Judson, Jim Will, Felix Karpinski, Walter
Kleefkins, Mike Metcalf, Maurice Belangcr, Ed Donohue-President. Third Row: Tom
Billison--Vice President, Randy Coate, Paul Ebdon, Jim Polumbo. Camera Shy: Frank
:Leod, Lesley Berger-Secretary Treasurer.







Caribe Club



The purpose of the Caribe Club, or
the Future Teachers of America, is to
promote a better understanding of the
teaching profession. Members are in-
vited to join, depending on their scho- -
lastic ability.
The officers this year are as follows:
Emily Hearn, President; Andrea Grebian,
Vice President; Betty Limkemann, Secre-
tary Treasurer; and Lee Peck, Historian. 1
Miss Margaret Gately is the sponsor.




First Row (L to R): Lee Peck, Andrea Grebien, Emily Hearn, and Betty
Limkemann. Second Row: Frances Lloyd, Shirley Littleton, Brenda Collins,
Beverly Brownlee, Livia Lippincott, Lesley Berger, and Veronica Blenner-
hassett. Third Row: Jim Williford, Sue Mathieson, Sue Corrigan, Lynne
Coffin, Wanda Scott, Joanne Tang, Carol Bruland, and Verna Hildebrand.
Fourth Row: Frank McLeod, Gordon Rief, Charles Lyew, Gary Irving,
Joe Coffin, Maurice Belanger, Jim Will, Tom Wilson, Giles Martin, John
Everson, Kathy Lewis, Elizabeth Hanna, and. Nancy Chaphe. Camera Shy:
Andy Nash. Page 61







National Honor Society


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


James McGloin, Emily Hearn-Secretary, Miss Adamary An-
derson-Sponsor, Frank McLeod-President, and Maurice Be-
langer-Vice President. .


"21" Club


The "21" Club is composed of
twenty-one boys, each of whom
represents one of the Pan-Ameri-
can Republics. Each member
writes an essay about the country
he represents and the Cristobal-
Colon Rotary Club awards prizes
for the best essays.
The dub stimulates and pro-
motes interest in the Pan-American
republic and encourages a better
understanding of those countries.


Front Row (L to R): Mr. Stearns-Sponsor; Pete Ender-Vice President, Maurice Be-
langer-President, Alex Stearns-Treasurer. Second Row: Bill Will, Douglas Alberga,
Ricky Maedl, Larry Wilder, Jim Willizord, Leo Sanchez. Third Row: Gary Irving, Jim
Will, Paul Leignadier, Felix Karpinski, Jay Bialkowski, Will Will, David Judson. Fourth
Row: Tom Dugan, Tom Billison, John Wainio, and Jim McGloin, Camera Shy: Jim
Palumbo.








Quill and Scroll


The Quill and Scroll is dedicated
to higher standards of Journalism.
It is a National Honor Society for
Journalists. The sponsor for Quill
and Scroll is Mr. Louis Fattorosi.


Seated (L to R): Joan Page, Paul Leignadier, Peter Ender, Danny Stanley, and LeRoy
Barfield. Standing: Maurice Belanger, Hugo Tompkins, Frank McLeod, Mike McBride,
Ruth Himes, Andy Nash, and Bill Will.









Junior Rifle Club


The Junior Rifle Club is com-
posed of those students interested
in shooting and in the correct use
of fire-arms. Each year the cub
members compete in National
Rifle matches and awards are
given to the outstanding marks-
men.
Mr. Gibson is the sponsor for
this dub.


Front Row (L to R): Chris Wren, Neil Compton, Arthur Manikas, Bill Huff, Kenny
Cooper, Richard Carpenter-Vice President, Vickie Fettler-Secretary-Treasurer, Leila
Leon-President, and Mr. Gibson-Sponsor. Second Row: Jack Burns, Tom Dugan-
Executive Officer, Cody Hollowell, Jay French, Jack Taber, Steve Franklin, Jack Dugan,
Ricky Maedl, and Kenneth Karpinski. Third Row: Butch Pennington, Susan Shirk,
Marilyn Roth, Ruth Mason, Pamela Robertson, Gail Fettler, Sandra Eckhoff, Mary
O'Donnell, and Adele Burns. Fourth Row: Jon Jorstad, Wally Brians, Henry Shirk,
Matthew Manning, Bruce Him. Terry Wilcox, Pam Johnston, Danny Smith, James
Ebdon, and Robert Sanders.


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Dramatics Club


The Dramatics Club is open to
all high school students interested
in dramatics. This club produces
the plays that are presented to the
public, and in this way the mem-
bers learn the different aspects of Be
drama.
The club is sponsored by Mrs.
Harriett Young and the officers
are the following: Leila Leon, Pres-
ident; Lesley Berger, Vice Presi-
dent; Darce Hause, Secretary;
Livia Lippincott, Treasurer; and
Betty Limkemann, Historian.



First Row (L to R): Betty Limkemann, Darce Hause, Leila Leon, Livia Lippincott, and
Lesley Berger. Second Row: Karen Sanders, Elaine Asbury, Carolyn Rowley, Mrs. Young, Pam
Johnston, Andy Nash, and Joan Page. Third Row: Rene Owen, Martha Wood, Yvonne
Morales, Kathleen Clancy, Pat Seaman, Bobby Vache, Pat Daly, Beverly Dockery, Jean
Vanderheyden, Joanne Tang, Wilma Rodriguez, Ruth Himes, Ellen Clute, and Zandra
Zimmerman. Fourth Row: Mae Jacques, Tula Martino, Becky McLeod, Helen George,
Diane Shore, Betsy Hewitt, Lynne Coffin, Pat Taake, Stephanie Dreyer, Frank McLeod, Giles
Martin, and Harry Butz.





National



Thespians


To be eligible for Thespian membership a stu-
dent must earn ten points on some phase of drama-
tics throughout his school career.
The motto of this troupe is "Act well your part.
There all the honor lies."


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Seated (L to R): Joan Page, Historian; Mrs. Young,
Sponsor; and Lesley Berger, Secretary-Treasurer.
Back Row: Leila Leon, Vice President; Harry Butz;
and Frank McLeod, President.








G.A.A.





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The Girls' Athletic Association
is an exclusive sports club, com-
posed of only the girls who are
outstanding in sports. To become
a member, a girl must participate
C 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 cub
is Mrs. Louis Fattorosi.
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Front Row (L to R): Sharon McElhone, Secretary; Darce Hause, President; Brenda
Murray, Vice President. Second Row: Verna Hildebrand, Mary Nell Lee, Beverly Brown-
lee, Ada Wynne, Elizabeth Hanna, Leila Leon, and Hilda Riefkoh. Third Row: Mary
Jane Husted, Laura Strongman, Carol Seaman, Jean Allen, Sue Corrigan, Kathy Lewis,
Maryella Alcoriza, and Marion Smith.


Chi Theta Sigma, formerly the
"C" Club, is composed of boys
who have made their letter in any
one of the three sports played in
CHS: Football, Baseball, and Track.
The cub is sponsored by Coach
Ingram and Coach Paul Moser.


Front Row (L to R): Tom Billison, Bobby Rice, Joe Valdez, Jeffrey Leon, Danny
Smith, Leo Sanchez, and Earl Griggs. Second Row: Gary Irving, Mel Field, Brian Lutz,
Donald Bonneau, John Marshall, Alex Stearns, Larry Wilder, and Wally Woodruff. Third
Row: David Larrison, Pete Ender, Jim Palumbo-President, John Waniio-Secretary-
Treasurer, Paul Leignadier, Donnie Bruce-Vice President, Hugo Tompkins, Jim Will, and
Jim McGloin.


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Nurses Aide



The Nurses' Aide Club is an
open club for all high school girls
who are interested 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. The spon-
sor for this club is Miss McLi-
mans.




Front Row (L to R): Andrea Grebien, Emily Hear--irst Vice President, Shirley Littleton
-President, Lee Peck-Historian, Joanne TangSecretary. Second Row: Stephanie Dreyer,
Betty Payne, Mary Parks, Tula Martino, Marion Smith, Rene Owen, Andrea Terrell, Miss
McLiman--Sponsor, Yvonne Laidier, Judy Stepp, and m e an Dockery. Fourth Row: Lynne
Coffin, Pat Taake, Virginia Hirons, Pa r Johnston, Kathleen DeLapp, Carol Bruland, and
Joanne Jones. Fifth Row: Louise Allgaier, Carol Seaman, Carolyn Rowley, Reba Jones, and
Mary Esther Jones. Camera Shy: Becky McLeod-Second Vice President.

Library --


Assistants

OThe Library Assistants do innumerable
jobs, such as keeping library records, check- ..
ing and replacing books, and helping stu-
dents who need help while in the library.

Front Row (L to R): Pat Kunkle, Sandra Woodruff, Princess Tobin,
Vickie Fettler, Beverly Dockery. Back Row: Yvonne Morales, Co-
leen Lawson, Jeanette Hannberg, Kay Tapie, Kathy Clancy, Libby
Pierson, and Carmen Fernandez.





Office Girls


The Office Girls type stencils, file, and
do other helpful jobs for academic credit.

Left to Right: Stephanse Dreyer, Brenda Daisey,
Ginny Roscoe, Joan Page, Diana Smith, Ada Wynne,
P 66 and Ruth Himes. Camera Shy: Andy -Nash.




















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Jamboree


QUEEN RUTH ANN 1

Her Majesty Ruth Anne I presents football to Jamboree co-captain
Jim Will as co-captain Don Bruce looks on.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Lesley Berger-Junior, 1 year; Mary Nell Lee-Junior, 1 year; Molly Engelke-
Captain, Junior, 3 years; Sharon McElhone-Junior, 2 years; Shirley Bonneau-Junior, 2 years; and
Andy Nash-Senior, 1 year.


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FOOTBALL


Joe Valdez, Back


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Jeffrey Leon, Back


Jim Will, Back


David Larrison, Manager


Wally Woodruff, Line


Tom Billison, Line


Don Bonneau, Line


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John Peterson, Line


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Dewey Whitaker, Back


George Cotton, Back


Earl Griggs, Manager


Gary Irving, Back


Jim McGloin, Back


Paul Leignadier, Back


Joe Valdez


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\ Homecoming Coronation /


"QUEEN DARCE 1

Queen Darce I, Owner of the Flowers, Daughter of the Jewel, Lady of the Night
and Ruler of Cristobal High School, being crowned by co-captain Pete Ender, Knight
of the Blue and Gold, and runner of the fumble. This event took place on November
9, 1959.


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Homecoming


QUEEN DARCE AND HER COURT


On Saturday, November 9, 1959, the Breakers Club
was the scene of the annual Cristobal High School Home-
coming Dance. The ballroom was decorated by the Girls
Athletic Association and Chi Theta Sigma. The background
for the queen's throne was formed by panels of yellow
with "QUEEN DARCE" and the year "1959" in blue.
Yellow alamander blossoms outlined the platform, and the
orchestra stand was outlined with double rows of exoria.
Jim Will, President of the Student Association, an-
nounced the entrance of the queen and her court in the
following order:
Princess Virginia Roscoe, Princess of the Daisies,
Daughter of the Morning Mist, wearing a floor-length
gown of French blue net with an overskirt of light blue
lace net. She was escorted by Paul Leignadier, Knight of
the Golden Armor, Chief of the Leftouts, and Master of
the Way-Back.
Princess Ada Waynne, Princess of the Orchid, Daugh-
ter of the Noon-day sun, and Keeper of the Aquamaries,
wearing a bouffant nylon, deep aquamarine gown. She
was escorted by Co-Captain James Palumbo, Lord of the
Red and White Peasants, Chief of the Cleaners of Uni-
forms, and Defender of the Line.
Princess Andra Lee Nash, Princess of the Lilies,
Keeper of the Emerald, and Daughter of the Evening,
wearing a silver and ice-blue satin gown. Her escort was
James McGloin, Chief of the Single Wing and Master
of the Bucketheads.


Princess Ruth Anne Himes, Princess of the Roses,
Daughter of the Sunrise, wearing a mist-blue gown of
embroidered pure silk. Donald Bruce was her escort,
Killer of the Defense and Master of the Tackle.
The flower girl was Lady Tessie Corrigan, Keeper
of the Dewdrops, Daughter of the Moon, wearing a tiered
dress of white net. Her escort was Squire Gary Will,
Prince of the Football Team and Keeper of the Queen's
Crown. Squire Will carried the crown on a white satin
pillow.
Queen Darce I, Owner of the Flowers, Daughter of
the Jewel, Lady of the Night and Ruler of Cristobal High
School. She wore a gown of ruffled, yellow nylon, with a
bodice and overskirt of yellow and white embroidered
nylon. Co-Captain Peter Ender, Kight of the Blue and
Gold, and Runner of the Fumble was her escort.
After the procession, Captain Ender crowned Queen
Darce with a handsome rhinestone crown, the gift of the
senior class to Cristobal High School.
The attendants carried nosegay bouquets of blue
hydrangeas and yellow carnations tied with matching
ribbons. Queen Darce carried an arm-bouquet of the same
flowers and the escorts wore boutonnieres of matching
flowers.
Music for the evening was furnished by Trym's
orchestra and a large group of students enjoyed the festive
occasion.




























Darce and Pete


Ruth and Donnie Andy and iLn


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Tessie and Gary


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Most Valuable .ootall layer


1959






Elected as Co-Captain to his own
Cristobal High School team was only one
of the many honors that Jimmy had dur-
ing the 1959 football season. For his
outstanding play and team work during
the football season, Jimmy was selected
as a Center on the all Canal Zone Inter-
scholastic Football team. The honors
were not to stop here, as he was also
selected as a Co-Captain for the Canal
Zone All-Star Bowl team.
These honors truly exemplify the
outstanding job that this young man
contributed to his school, team, coaches,
and fellow team members.
His job as center for a single-wing
football team has to be considered as
one of the utmost importance on .the
team. Playing in the mud and rain as
we do here in the Canal Zone and snap-
ping the ball back to a teammate from
4 to 15 yards behind the line of scrim-
mage is no easy task. Jimmy did this job
so well that he did not make a bad snap
all year. Jimmy's leadership on and off
the field was beyond reproach at all
times.
With these fine accomplishments
behind him it is no wonder that Jimmy
Palumbo was selected by the judges as
the "Most Valuable Football Player" on
the Cristobal High School Football Team
for 1959-60.
Congratulations, Jimmy, for a job
well done and an honor well deserved.


4im Patumlo


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C.H.S Baseball Team

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KNEELING (L. to RL): John Cronan-Manager, Babe Marquard, Jim Wll, Larry Wilder, Jules
Damani, Bobby Geddes, Brian Lutz. STANDING: Felix Karpinski, George Cotton, Med Field, Donnie
Bluce, John Wainio, Jimmy Palumbo, Jim McGloin, Coach Ingram.


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Track


FIRST ROW (L. to R.): Donald Stohrer, Terry Webster, George Patton, Jeffrey Leon, Walter Wood-
ruff, Gary Irving, Louis Davis, Joe Valdez, Perry Washabough, Babe Marquard. SECOND ROW:
Robert Morrisey, Pat Dockery, Joe McGoff, Pete Ender, Buddy Wainio, Bill Weigle, Mike Rudge,
Jim Williford, Paul Brooks, Coach Moser.


Basketball


FIRST ROW (L. to R.): David Judson, Gary Irving, Robert Hauser, Jim Will, Larry Wilder, Bill Will.
SECOND ROW: John Cronan, Chuck Bath, Walter Kleefkins, Lenard Hakanson, Eddie Donahue,
Robert Morrisey. THIRD ROW: Jim McGloin, Buddy Wainio, Bill Weigle, Rodney Wilborn, D wey
Whittaker, Joe McGoff,


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Girls Basketball


"B" League Captain Leila Leon, Mrs. Mar-
garet Fattorosi, and "A" League Captain
Brenda Murray.


KNEELING (L. to R.): Mary Jane Husted,
Jean Dockery, Captain Brenda Murray, Mar-
ion Smith, Bernice Hill. STANDING: Sharon
McElhone, Carol Seaman, Jean Allen, Laura
Strongman, Darce Hause, Diana Smith, Mari-
ela Alcoriza, Shirley Bonneau. Not pictured:
Brenda Collins.


KNEELING (L. to R): Martha Wood, Sue Corrigan, Captain
Leila Leon, Ada Wynne, Evelyn Hawthorne, Theresa Washa-
baugh. STANDING: Mary Nell Lee, Beverley Brownlee, Liz
Hanna, Verna Hildebrand, Hilda Riefkohl, Cathy Lewis, Pa-
tricia Seaman. Not pictured: Virginia Favorite.


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Volleyball


KNEELING (L. to R.): Shirley Bonneau, Sharon McElhone, Diana
Smith, Marion Smith, Darce Hause, Brenda Murray, Bernice Hill.
STANDING: Mary Jane Husted, Mariela Alcoriza, Pam Theriot,
Laura Strongman, Pat Egger, Jean Allen.


KNEELING (L. to R.): Sue Corrigan, Theresa Washabaugh, Ginny
Favorite, Ada Wynne, Verna Hildebrand, Margaret O'Brien, Liz Hanna,
Cathy Lewis. STANDING: Carla Meehan, Hilda Riefkohl, Beverley
Brownlee, Evelyn Hawthorne, Mary Nell Lee, Leila Leon.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Battalion Adjutant Paul Leignadier, Drill Team Commander Tom Billison, Battalion
Executive Officer Jim Will, Battalion Commander Jim McGloin, Battalion Sponsor Darce Hause, S-3
Maurice Belanger.


The Battalion Staff


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Sfc. George Cotton, M-Sgt. Bob
Morrissey, Sgt. Paul Kunkle, Sfc. Tom Dougan.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: "F" Company Sponsor Andy
Nash, Battalion Sponsor Darce Hause, "E" Company
Sponsor Ruth Himes.


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"E" CO. STAFF


LEFT TO RIGHT: Company Executive Officer William
Will, Company Sponsor Ruth Himes, Company Commander
Hugo Tompkins, Guidon Bearer Alex Stearns.


"F" CO. STAFF


LEFT TO RIGHT: Company Sponsor Andy Nash, Company
Commander LeRoy Barfield, Guidon Bearer Terry Wilcox.


Drill Team


FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Sponsor Molly Engelke, Allan Park, Dave Judson, Harry Butcher, Bob
Taylor, Gene Pugh, Drill Team Commander Tom Billison. CENTER ROW: Ray Madison, Jay French,
James Jackson, Allan Messer, Robert Willis. BACK ROW: Jack Holcomb, John Everson, Mike Little-
ton, Bruce Mallick, Mike Metcalf, Bill Huff.


Page 87






1959-1960


Caribbean Staff


Maurice Belanger Editor-in-Chief
Joan Page Assistant Editor
Andra Nash Literary Editor
Paul Leignadier - Business Manager
LeRoy Barfield Photographer
Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi - - Advisor
Mr. Bernard Mazzoni Advertising Sponsor
Peter Ender Hugo Tompkins
William Will Danny Stanley
Ruth Himes Mike McBride
Irene Meehan Judy Gray
Frank McLeod
Other photographs by:
Mr. Paul Richmond Hall of Fame
Mr. Nicolas Gaunti Juniors and Seniors
Mr. Masdeu Music Department
R.O.T.C.
Maurice Belanger Senior Informal
Athletic Department
Snapshots
Joan Page Athletic Department
Snapshots


Advertising Staff


Paul Leignadier
Peter Ender
Hugo Tompkins
David Wilder
Dennis Tully


Richard Roscoe
James Ebdon
Keith McLeod
Christine Bath
Barbara O'Neal


Zandra Zimmerman
Sue Barfield
Leslie Richmond
Carol LaCroix
Sally Metcalf


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. . and sit on their conceit!


Now we know who did it, Les!


Here is an interesting article, Mr. Pfau. Friends, Romans, countrymen . .


Man! Like we're way out! Just another gab session.


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Hello there, Mr. Beck!


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