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CARIBBEAN 1970


CRISTOBAL HIGH
COCO SOLO
CANAL ZONE
VOLUME 53


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STUDENT
LIFE
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SENIORS
140


SPORTS
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ORGANIZATIONS
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UNDERCLASSMEN
102


ADVERTISING
166


INDEX
186








A JOURNEY OF
A THOUSAND MILES
BEGINS WITH ONE STEP


A freshman may casually decide to join
the Dramatics Club or the Nurses' Aid, and
yet his decision could lead to a career as
an actor or a playwright, as a nurse or a
doctor.
Aspiring to make the first string of the
football team, a determined freshman may
apply himself to a year of practice and
study, and yet he may not play in one game.
If he pursues his .goal in his sophomore year
he may see action for only five or ten min-
utes all season. By the time he is a junior,
he may have acquired the skill and season-
ing to become a valued member of the team.
Perhaps he may not secure a key position
in the starting lineup until he is a senior.


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FACULTY AND






Teachers and what they teach are
a large part of a student's life.
Through knowing teachers and be-
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CURRICULUM







ADMINISTRATION


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CRISTOBAL JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL: One of two U.S. high schools operated by the Civil Affairs Bureau of
the Canal Zone Government.


MR. MAEDL PAYS TRIBUTE TO TIGER SPIRIT

Cristobal High School has long enjoyed a reputa-
tion for having an exceptionally fine school spirit.
This has been in evidence not only at athletic con-
tests but in many -other areas of school life as well.
As one example, this past year the seniors ex-
pressed the desire to obtain for themselves additional
privileges in school and during the lunch hour. To I-
show that they understand that responsibility must
accompany privilege, they appointed a committee
which carefully worked out a code of conduct which
they would adhere to and which they felt would be
acceptable to the school and the community. The ad-
ministration not only accepted the guidelines the stu-
dents had set up, but applauded them for their
achievement and for the fine spirit in which they had .
carried it out.
This is the Tiger Spirit at its very best. It is hoped
that in the future years there will continue to be even CAR'
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CARL F. MAEDL
ENDS ILLUSTRIOUS
ADMINISTRATIVE TERM

MR. CARL F. MAEDL will long be remembered
for his dedication to the students and to education
at CHS for the past thirty-two years.
Mr. Maedl was born in South Dakota, Jan-
uary 14, 1909, and moved to Minnesota when
he was four years old. He attended teachers col-
lege in Moorhead, Minnesota, and played football
and hockey while in college. He taught in Daven-
port, North Dakota, and Sauk Rapids, Minnesota,
before coming to Cristobal in the fall of 1938.
Mr. Maedl met his wife Alfhild at Sauk Rapids
where she taught with him for three years. They
were married in August, 1938, in Minneapolis.
At CHS Mr. Maedl taught 7th and 9th grade
science, biology, was a counselor, assistant prin-
cipal, and principal.
The gratitude of all the students you have
helped shape goes with you on your retirement,
Mr. Maedl.


MR. MAEDL MR. PFAU
MR. JAMES PFAU will be our new principal next year.
Mr. Pfau has mastered the position of Assistant Princi-
pal for five years. His job consisted of counseling stu-
dents and assisting Mr. Maedl with administrative duties.
Mr. Pfau came to the Canal Zone in 1953. Before
becoming Assistant Principal he taught physics, mathe-
matics, and chemistry. He was also the Student Associ-
ation sponsor for ten years.
Mr. Pfau is an active member in the choir of the Union
Church, and enjoys reading, music, fishing, and photog-
raphy.


SUPERINTENDENTS STAFF, U.S. SCHOOLS: Mr. Ross Anderson, Supervisor, Physical Education and Athletics, U.S. Schools; Dr.
Kenneth Lake, Director of Curriculum; Mr. Stewart Brown, Supervisor, Swimming Pools and Safety; Dr. Charles Latimer, Deputy
Superintendent of Schools; Mr. James Cook, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mr. George Willingham, Supervisor
of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mr. F. A. Castles, Superintendent of Schools (seated); Mr. Vernon Caturia, Supervisor of In-
struction, U.S. Elementary Schools; Dr. Victor Herr, Supervisor of Music, U.S. Schools; Dr. James Wolf, Coordinator, Special Education;
Mr. David Speir, Assistant Superintendent, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mrs. Shirley Makibbin, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Elementary
Schools; Mrs. Frances Sampsell, Assistant Superintendent, U.S. Elementary Schools; Mr. Zander Krowitz, Administrative Assistant; Mr.
Robert Dahlstrom, Supervisor, Educational Data Processing.







OFFICE STAFF


Our fine office staff provided quality service
by cooperating fully with teachers, students, par-
ents, and other people in the community. Their
secretarial duties included keeping records, typ-
ing and printing tests for teachers, and giving out
information to students and parents.
Mrs. Marion Taylor has worked at CHS for
twelve years. In her spare time she enjoys bridge
and golf.
Mrs. Joanne G. Allen is in her fifth year at
CHS. Her hobbies are sewing and singing with
the Sweet Adelines.
Miss Jacinta E. Griffiths has worked here for
three and a half years and she devotes her spare
time to swimming and playing the organ.
Our secretaries were noted for their courteous
service and friendly manner. We are proud of
our office staff.


MRS. TAYLOR


CLINIC


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McDONNEL
McDONNEL


Mrs. Jo McDonnel, R.N., was on duty at the Cristobal
High School Clinic on a scheduled basis and she was as-
sisted in the clinic by Mrs. Delorita Stevens.
Students who were ill reported to the nurse. If she deemed
it advisable, they made arrangements to go home or to the
hospital dispensary. Students were permitted to rest in the
clinic a maximum of two class periods.
The school health program's major purpose was to pro-
vide screening examinations, identify students with various
health problems, and suggest appropriate referrals. Visual
acuity determination, dental examination, tuberculin skin
testing, physical examinations, hearing examinations, health
education activities, and counseling services were all part of
the program.


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Counseling was the primary guidance service pro-
vided at CHS. In the student-counselor relationship
the student freely expressed his ideas and feelings
and the counselor showed how interest, aptitudes,
and abilities work together.
Through various activities the counselors provided
information about careers and the various opportun-
ities for post-high school education. They provided
facts about the many available technical schools, ap-


GUIDANCE


prentice programs, and vocational programs. They as-
sisted students in selecting colleges, applying for
admission, and applying for financial aid.
The guidance center also administered standardized
tests and College Entrance Board exams such as the
PSAT, SAT, and the ACT.


MRS. BRIGHT


Allan Farnsworth learns how to study from a Dukane projector.


ADAMARY A. BRIGHT--Girls' Counselor
Mrs. Bright's home state is Florida. She has been a full
time counselor in the Cristobal High School for the last
six years. In her leisure time, Mrs. Bright enjoys cooking,
and collecting coins and stamps.

ROBERT L. MOWERY-Boys' Counselor
Mr. Mowery comes from Indiana and has been in CHS
for six years. He previously taught in Los Angeles.
California and in Indiana. He lives in Coco Solo with
his wife and three children. His hobbies are boating and
photography.

LUKE C. PALUMBO-Attendance Counselor
Mr. Palumbo has taught for twenty-seven years at CHS.
He taught PE, General Science, Life Science, Earth
Science, American History, American Government, Sales-
manship, and coached many sports. Mr. Palumbo lives in
Coco Solo and his hobbies are golf and collecting insects.


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The students of CHS have a well equipped library
for their study and research use. The Cristobal High
School Library is combined with the public library
and students with special permission may use both
during school hours. After school hours the library
is often crowded with students and adults of the
community doing research or reading.
This year CHS had a new librarian, Mr. Wells.
Students doing research work found that Mr. Wells
and his able student helpers were always ready to
assist them when help was needed.


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MR. WELLS


DAYTON N. WELLS-Librarian
This is Mr. Wells' first year at CHS and in the Canal
Zone. He comes from the state of Washington and says
he is enjoying the tropics. Mr. Wells lives in Margariti
and his hobbies are traveling, fishing, camping, and
riflery.


Junior High students make use of the library.


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Barbara Grier, Zan Green, and Tom Kredell.


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SPECIAL EDUCATION


GRACE S. PFAU-Remedial Reading
Mrs. Pfau has taught in CHS since 1954. She teaches
reading and is the sponsor of the Civil Defense and Nurses
Aides Club. Mrs. Pfau lives in Margarita and enjoys
sewing, cooking, reading, and traveling as hobbies.

EARL C. SHARICK-Special Education
Mr. Sharick has been teaching in CHS for fourteen
years. Previously he taught in Cristobal and Coco Solo
elementary schools. He is from the state of Illinois and
presently lives in Coco Solo. His hobbies are swimming,
fishing, and camping.


MRS. PFAU MR. SHARICK

CHS added Special Education Classes to the
curriculum in 1960. In special education stu-
dents received extra help in their academic stud-
ies, learned crafts, and learned the perspectives
pf human relationships and civic responsibility.
Many of these students received additional help in
certain scholastic courses.
Excellent reading skills are required for aca-
demic success. The remedial reading program at
CHS provided special instruction to improve read-
ing skills and help assure a student of success in
keeping with his ability. Seemingly average stu-
dents have improved the quality of their reading
skills and thereby became quite outstanding stu-
dents in their chosen field.


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Mr. Sharick.


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Patricia Mansfield and Dalys Pe-
rez are using the Keystone Tachi-
stoscope overhead'projector.


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ART


MR. KOZIOL


EDWIN M. KOZIOL-Art 7, 8, I, and II
This is Mr. Koziol's seventh year at CHS. Besides teach-
ing art he was the Caribbean and Art Club sponsor. He
enjoys playing bridge, golfing, bowling, and reading. His
home state is Michigan.



Arnaldo Mendez and David Teves compare drawings. Other members of
the Art I class are Dennis Hurlbut, Robin Hartshorn, Marian Crouch, and
Gerald Wall (between pictures).

ART EDUCATION PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES


Art enriches human happiness and promotes sound
personality and character. To some degree everyone
needs to be creative.
The objective of the Cristobal High School art
program is to increase the opportunity and desire


to create, and to develop the individual's potentials
for creating, understanding, and appreciating.
Students had the opportunity to perform creatively
in a variety of methods and media. Drawing, paint-
ing, craft work, and art history was covered.


Stained-glass windows was one of the Christmas projects of the advanced art class.
Vicki Springer, Donna Valentine, Karen Cash, Donald Gott, Marcella Stanbridge,
and Alice Crouch admire one of the windows.


Brenda Gibson shows members of Art II, III, and
IV how to draw horses.








RICHARD D. GOCHENOUR-Typing, Bookkeeping, Short-
hand.
Mr. Gochenour's home state is Virginia. This is his
first year in the Canal Zone. He has been teaching with
the Department of Defense Overseas Dependent Schools in
France, Germany, Philippines, Japan, and Taiwan. Mr.
Gochenour lives in Margarita and his hobbies are travel-
ing, sightseeing, reading, and photography.

BRENDA CAROL STONE-Typing and General Business.
This is Mrs. Stone's first year at CHS. She is sponsor
of the freshman class. Mrs. Stone lives in Ft. Gulick and
enjoys sewing and ceramics as hobbies.


MR. GOCHENOUR


MRS. STONE


Being the only boy, Bill Deaton gets a lot of attention-in Mrs. Stone's General
Business class.

All of us, regardless of age or occupation, come
in daily contact with business. Students need to
understand business as it functions in our economic
system. We are all obligated to society to produce
the needed goods and services, and to ourselves to
earn a satisfactory income.
The above were some of the ideas students under-
stood after taking General Business. The CHS com-
merce program offered the student many vocational
and personal opportunities. College bound students
benefited especially by learning typing skills.


Edith Smith gets help in shorthand from Mr. Goche-
nour, and Debbie Duncan is having her problems too.
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ENGLISH

FIVE NEW TEACHERS JOIN STAFF

English is required in all four years of high school. The student's suc-
cess in his chosen field is determined largely by his command of the
English language, both spoken and written.
Mr. Adcock, Mr. Cheshire, Mr. Dobbins, Mrs. Elfers, and Mrs. Wilferd
were new teachers in the English Department this year. This meant new
sponsors for the school paper, the Thespian Society, and the Debate Club.
The new teachers brought with them new outlooks and attitudes making this
a very successful year.


MR. ADCOCK


MR. DOBBINS


Roberta Cole, Mary Norval, Stephan Fugleberg, Debbie Boswell, Cindy Cottrell, Brian Allen.
Makeup practice in Mrs. Elfers' class.


MR. FATTOROSI


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CARL F. ADCOCK--Znglish I, and II, Speech, Drama.
Mr. Adcock comes from Ohio, where he taught prior
to coming here. He lives in Coco Solo with his wife and
daughter. His hobbies are reading, stamp collecting, and
fishing.

HERBIT CHESHIRE-English 7.
Mr. Cheshire comes from Missouri. He lives in Coco Solo
with his wife and two children. Hunting, swimming, skin
diving, and fishing are his hobbies.

JOEL B. DOBBINS-English I and II, Journalism.
Mr. Dobbin's home state is New Jersey and he had
previously taught in Virginia. He lives in Margarita and
enjoys skin diving, writing, sailing, and reading.

JANE K. ELFERS-English II
Mrs. Elfers comes from Illinois. She is the sponsor of
the Debate Club and the Spanish Club. She lives with
her husband in Coco Solo and enjoys painting, drawing, Bru
reading, writing poetry, tennis, and practicing guitar. "Are yo

LOUIS J. FATTOROSI-English III and IV.
Before coming to CHS, Mr. Fattorosi taught in his
home state of New Jersey. This is his thirteenth year at
CHS. Mr. Fattorosi is the senior class sponsor.

MARTHA I. PHILLIPS-English 7 and 8.
This is Mrs. Phillips' second year at CHS. She is the
sponsor of the Girls' Drill Team. She lives in Gatun.

DOROTHY H. SMITH-English IV.
Mrs. Smith heads the English Department and sponsors
many senior activities. She lives in Margarita and enjoys
reading, music, gardening, cooking, and sports.

ELIZABETH TYSKA-English 8.
Mrs. Tyska is from New Jersey. She is the sponsor of
the Jr. High Drama Club. Mrs. Tyska lives with her
husband in Margarita and enjoys music, reading, and art.

UGOLENA WILFERD-English I, English 7.
This is Mrs. Wilferd's first year in the Canal Zone. rCs- S al
She comes from Pennsylvania. Mrs. Wilferd lives in Coco
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FOREIGN LANGUAGES


ANNE D. GEGG
Mrs. Gegg sponsors the French Club and Caribe Club in addition to
teaching French and Latin. Mrs. Gegg enjoys living in the Canal Zone;
she likes the students, the climate, and the opportunities to meet interesting
people. Mrs. Gegg resides in Colon and has four children; three are CHS
graduates.

TELMA I. HOWARD
Mrs. Howard was born in Panama City and now resides in Gatun. She
has taught at CHS for three years, having previously taught in New York
City. She teaches Spanish and sponsors the Pink Girls. Her hobbies are
reading and sewing.

DOROTHY J.MEEHAN
This is Mrs. Meehan's seventh year at CHS. She teaches Spanish and is
in charge of bulletin boards. Mrs. Meehan spends her spare time
as a rockhound.

STELLA C. RIEFKOHL
Mrs. Riefkohl teaches French and Spanish at CHS. She is the French
Club assistant. Mrs. Riefkohl lives in Coco Solo and lists reading and sewing
as her hobbies.

JAMES E. STEARNS
In his twenty-fourth year at CHS, Mr. Stearns teaches Spanish II, III,
and IV, and devotes many hours to preparing for and teaching his seventh-
period Russian I Class. In addition, he is Chairman of the Foreign Language
Department and Director of the Language Laboratory. His hobbies are stamp
collecting and fishing.


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MRS. RIEFKOHL


MRS. GEGG
MRS. MEEHAN
MR. STEARNS


MR. STEARN'S SEVENTH-PERIOD RUSSIAN I CLASS: Hank Goldmann, Ivette Martinez,
Lana Boone, Mary Spivey, Peter Goldmann, Kathy Brown, Cindy Williams, Marc Denis,
Stephen Fugleberg, and Kenneth Hill.

























Places of interest in Caesar's
Gaul are pointed out by Latin
student Jean Geer to the
amusement of Sheila Endara.


RUSSIAN I STUDENTS: Kathy
Brown, Hank Goldmann, and Ter-
ri Overstreet practice reading Rus-
sian as Mr. Stearns teaches Ken-
neth Hill and Stephan Fugleberg
some of the finer points in the
operation of the lab console.


Mr. Steam's fifth-period Spanish II class listens to structure
drills in the language lab.


Language students at CHS have a wide variety of
courses to choose from. Among these offered this year -I
are Spanish 7, 8, I, II, III, and IV; French I, II, and III;
Latin II; and Russian I. Many students are bilingual
and an increasing number are trilingual. Most languages
are taught by the Audio-Lingual Method; oral work in
the Language Laboratory being stressed as an aid to
pronunciation and understanding of the language.







Marian Kredell, Lynn Gregg, Anne Gonzales, and Carol
Ross prepare to listen to drill in Mrs. Howard's Spanish
II class.





HOME ECONOMICS


The Home Economics program at Cristobal has been greatly extended
under the direction of the instructor Mrs. McNaughton.
Home Ec. I students learned how to use a sewing machine, and made
skirts and blouses. At Christmas the girls did projects which were used
to decorate CHS. In the second semester the girls cooked puddings, pizzas,
and many other dishes.
Home Ec. II students made clothing according to their ability, such
as a dress, jacket, or even an evening gown. In the second semester
the girls learned how to prepare a meal.


MRS. McNAUGHTON


ELIZABETH McNAUGHT9N-Home Ec. 8, I, II
This is Mrs. McNaughton's fourth year at CHS. Besides
teaching home economics, Mrs. McNaughton is the Nurses
Aides' assistant sponsor and the "official mending expert"
to all in need. Her hobbies include sewing, water skiing,
and family activities.


Home Ec. II sewing projects are displayed by Ann Werthen, Barbara
Betcher, Patty Robson, Anna Reyes, and Gloria Reyes.


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Debbie Cole, Pam Moebus, and Sandy May prepare to do
some baking.


Debbie Gosney, Linda Arnheiter, and Carol Wertz model
their pant suits.


Mary Byrd, Diane Dancer, Paula Vaught, and Kim Marohl test their own
cooking.







INDUSTRIAL ARTS


MR. HOLLOWAY


Peter Winkeller, Manuel Munoz, and Miguel Johnson are
busy at their drawing boards in Drafting I class.


PAUL J. JEFFRIES-Mtl Shp, WW I, WW II
Mr. Jeffries taught in Colorado, California, and American
Samoa before coming to CHS. He enjoys living in the Canal
Zone where there are many things to occupy and entertain
him. His spare time hobbies are golf and collecting insects
and imbedding them in plastic. Mr. Jeffries is the audio
visual sponsor.

JESSE C. HOLLOWAY-Mech. Dr. I, II, Inc. Arts
Mr. Holloway came to CHS four years ago from Saudi
Arabia. He teaches mechanical drawing which is popular
with both boys and girls. He is also the assistant audio
visual sponsor..Mr. Holloway's hobbies include woodwork-
ing, building mini-bikes, insect collecting, and fishing.

ERNEST D. HOLMGRAIN-Ind. Arts, Science
This is Mr. Holmgrain's first year at CHS. He enjoys
living here because of the tropical climate. Before coming to
CHS, Mr. Holmgrain taught at Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
His hobbies are hunting and fishing.


MR. JEFFRIES




LEARN BY DOING


Practicing arc welding are James
Kunkle, David Robertson, and Mike
Finneman.


The industrial arts curriculum is planned for pupils
who are especially interested in the broad field of
trade and industrial occupations aside from the im-
mediate vocational aspects. For some pupils this cur-
riculum may be the means of developing a worth-
while leisure activity, while for others it may be a
method of determining aptitudes and abilities in


trade and industrial pursuits. Other outcomes are cre-
ative activity, the practical application of mathe-
matics and science, and the development of common
skills everyone should possess.


MR. HOLMGRAIN







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MR. BOCK


RICHARD W. BOCK
Mr. Bock has taught at CHS for 11 years. Prior to this he taught
at Riverdale in North Dakota, his home state. He teaches Algebra II,
Introduction to Analysis, and Calculus. He also heads the math de-
partment. Now living in Coco Solo, Mr. Bock enjoys boating and playing
bridge in his leisure time.

LAWRENCE A. COWLEY
In his second year of teaching at Cristobal, Mr. Cowley taught Algebra
I and Geometry and sponsored the Junior Class. Originally from Texas,
he earned his B.S. at Trinity U. and his M.A. at Southeastern State.
He enjoys tennis and skiing.

RANDALL H. GRUBBS
Before coming to Cristobal, Mr. Grubbs taught in Missouri. He has
earned his B.A. and teaches math. He enjoys sports of all kinds and
previously taught physical education.

ROY E. HOWELL
Mr. Howell has taught math at CHS for 2 years. He taught in Mary-
land and Florida before coming here. Mr. Howell is Sophomore Class
Sponsor. Numismatics, hiking, travel, and reading are his hobbies.

BERNARD R. MAZZONI
For 16 years, Mr. Mazzoni has taught mathematics at CHS. He lives in
France Field and lists photography, music, and traveling as his hobbies.

CHARLES T. REEVES
In addition to physics, Mr. Reeves also teaches Junior High Math.
After school, he teaches Driver Training and sponsors the safety club.
Originally from Arizona, he has taught at CHS for 13 years.


MR. GRUBBS


MR. COWLEY


MR. HOWELL


MR. MAZZONI


"Now class, finding the area of a trapazoid is really very simple," explains Kathy Karus.


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CRISTOBAL
MATH STUDENTS
WIN ANNUAL
QUIZ SHOW
BY SCORE OF
360 TO 95


Ringing the victory bell to celebrate their defeat of Bal-
boa in the Annual Science and Engineering Quiz Show are
James Cox, John Carlisle, Gary Robertson, and Joe
Gattis.


Mr. Bock provides students with individual instruction when necessary.
Here he assists Christy Loizeaux in Algebra II.



Mathematics is an integral part of the Cristobal High
School curriculum. Courses offered include general math,
Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, analysis, and calculus.
Students in these classes battled the facts and figures to solve
baffling equations and theorems. Protractors, compasses, and
slide rules constituted the equipment carried by students as
they tested their logic while solving problems. The knowledge
gained will prepare students for college and provide the
math background essential for many careers.


Leslie Marek demonstrates the correct method for graphing
a trigonometric function.


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MUSIC

The music program provided courses in the following areas: (1) 7th
and 8th grade chorus; (2) Beginning Instrumental Class; (3) Intermed-
iate Instrumental Class; (4) Senior Band; and (5) Senior Chorus.
This year the music department provided music for assemblies, foot-
ball games, pep assemblies, and graduation. They provided a Christmas
concert, a Spring concert, and a concert for the elementary schools.


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BEGINNERS BAND


MEMBERS OF THE BAND
Flutes Tenor Sax
Ann Lauritzen Robert Tschumy
Dionisia Nieves Robin Pritham
Cindy Williams Baritone Sax
Heidi Sweeney Roman Herrera
Sharon Golden
Chris Benson Trumpet
Oboe Ed Forsythe
Jim Gray
Cathy Terwilliger Ron Palser
Gerianne Blanchett Steve Aponte
Bassoon Robert Tuck
Susan Willis Allen Richardson
Eb Clarinet Craig Robertson
Ed Brings Pedro Simmons
Ed Brings Peter Swain
Ann Cirulli Peter Swain
Ralph Zachry
Clarinets Timothy Blanchard
Christy Loizeaux Dan Chin
Linda Merrick Ed Golden
Ann Terwilliger Cheryl Olsen
Libby Palser
Emily Daniel French Horn
Barbara Bloemer Lydia Santiago
Debbie Jaketic Raymond Hernandez
Marie Faris Trombone
Linda Hess Beverly Olsen
Larry Martin Bill Gillespie
Debbie Meeker Scot Loizeaux
Debbie Pate George Rivera
Patty Rodriguez Nancy Gregg
Sylvia Vamprine Baritone
Alto Clarinet Mike Bjorneby
Mardette Garner Brian Love
Susan Ridge Bass
Bass Clarinet Don Olsen
James Barr Guy Damiani
Alto Sax Ron Forsyth
Luis Lee Charles Christian
Robert Byrd Drums
James Childress Billy Parker
Robert Ford Dan Valentine
Roy Gott Gaspar Sayoc
Ede Marsh


THE SENIOR HIGH BAND














EDWARD R. CARWITHEN-Band, Chorus
Mr. Carwithen's home state is Florida, and this is his
fourth year at CHS. Mr. Carwithen is a member of the
Discords and is active in Little Theater productions. In
his spare time he also enjoys painting, sailing, and skin-
diving.


MR. CARWITHEN

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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB: Front row: Noelia Ortiz, Jeannie Bassett, Beth Carter,
Nancy Ridge, Tita Cobb, Janice Domingas, Mounyen Lyman, Barbara Bassett,
Laureen Elizondo. Back: Patti Hauke, Letti Santiago, Barbara Banks, Kathy
DeRaps, Judy Dohle, Toni Klasovsky, Susan Zachry, Stephanie lilies, Jane
Dohle, Debbie Polite, Arelia Williams, Sharon Smith, Josephine Porbes,
Carmen Butler, Kathy Burgess, Alice Crouch, Patricia Hill, Karen Westerburg,
Jinx Rivera, Mr. Carwithen, Mary Norval, Linda Woods.






PHYSICAL EDUCATION

The aim of the Physical Education Department at CHS is: "to give
each student the skill and knowledge of activities and games so that he
may enjoy life and health through physical exercise." Teachers in the
department "try to cover fundamentals of all major sports and some of
the minor ones."
The girls studied basketball, softball, volleyball, swimming, track,
speedball, tennis, and golf. The boys participated in such sports as
swimming, wrestling, soccer, speedball, tennis, and basketball. Students
also took physical fitness tests which rate students in comparison with
others in their age group.


Junior high boys swim as Coach Litton
looks on.


Mrs. Fattorosi's fourth period gym class plays volley-tennis. Denise Foshee, Nancy Huson,
Faith Coad, Jeannette Cox, Debbie Christian, Kathy Dockery, Maria Lopez, Linda Arn-
heiter, Gloria Reyes and Sandra Alberga.


Kathy Dockery smashes the ball across the
net in an exciting game of volley-tennis.


Pete Winkeller pitches the ball as Coach Dedeaux supervises a baseball game and Ernest
Abresch plays second base.


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MRS. CAMPBELL


MR. DEDEAUX


An unusual approach to a dive is
made by this student, but ...


BARBARA L. CAMPBELL
Mrs. Campbell is from South Dakota. She is a new teacher this
year and teaches seventh and eighth grade physical education. She
arrived at CHS as Miss Soliday. Mrs. Campbell sponsors tennis,
the Girls' Drill Team, and the G.A.A. She enjoys swimming, sewing,
reading, and traveling.

LOUIS DEDEAUX
Coach Dedeaux has taught in Canal Zone schools for 18 years.
He teaches boys' physical education and assists with various after-
school activities. Golfing and fishing are his hobbies.

JUNE FATTOROSI
Mrs. Fattorosi teaches girls' gym at CHS. In addition she coaches
volleyball, basketball, and various intramural sports. Her special in-
terests are collecting movie classics, dachshunds, and badminton.

JOAN F. HARRIS
Mrs. Harris was born in Ancon, Canal Zone. She teaches physical
education and coaches basketball and tennis. She is also the sponsor
of the GA.A. and of the play day at the end of the year. Mrs.
Harris is a spectator at all sports events, but baseball is a favorite.

DOUGLAS B. LITTON
Coach Litton is head of the Physical Education Department at
CHS. His home state is Mississippi and this is his seventh year
at Cristobal High School. His hobbies include sports of all types.


MR. LITTON


is is very well executed neverthe-
less.


Annie Crouch prepares to hit a homerun in Mrs. Fattorosi's junior high girls' gym
class.


MRS. HARRIS







SCIENCE


The science course in grade 7and grade 8 helped
the student understand his role in the interaction of
all living things and helped him develop an apprecia-
tion and understanding of his physical surroundings.
In the high school Introductory Physical Science
provided the student with a solid foundation for more
advanced courses. The student studied the means by
which scientific knowledge is acquired.
Biology stressed the relationship of all living
things in respect to their chemical and physical en-
vironment. Chemistry taught the atomic theory and
the nature of matter. Physics provided a study of mat-
ter and energy and their interactions. It also provided
practical applications of these concepts and princi-
ples in problem solving.


It's another busy day for the scientists in Room 251.


LABORATORY COURSES
PROVIDE AN APPROACH
TO KNOWLEDGE


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Evelyn Legrand and James Butler prepare a solution as
Stephanie Illies watches with excitement.


MRS. KNIGHT MRS. MASON


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MR. NORMAN












PAUL J. HIERONYMUS
Mr. Hieronymus has been a teacher at CHS for three
years. In addition to teaching 7th grade math, and chem-
istry he is the S.A. advisor. He lives in Coco Solo with
his wife and daughter. His hobbies include golf and
insect collecting.

CAROL J. KNIGHT
This is Mrs. Knight's first year at CHS. She teaches
both 7th grade science and 8th grade math in addition
to sponsoring the majorettes after school. Mrs. Knight
enjoys sewing and reading in her leisure hours.

EMMA L. MASON
Mrs. Mason has taught at CHS for five years and four
previous years as a substitute. Besides teaching 7th grade
science she sponsors the National Junior Honor Society.
She lives in Margarita, and her favorite pastimes are read-
ing and knitting.

JAMES D. NORMAN
Mr. Norman has been a teacher at CHS for over nine
years. He teaches biology and oceanography, and he is
also the Sophomore Class advisor. During his spare time
he enjoys gardening, skin diving, and reef studies.

LUKE T. PALUMBO
Mr. Palumbo, who is chairman of the science depart-
ment at CHS, teaches Introductory Physical Science. He
lives in Coco Solo with his wife and two children. Skin
diving is his favorite pastime.


"What do we have here?" Mr. Norman asks Katie McGilberry
during a lesson in dissection.


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Bernard.
BELOW: "I think
Tita Cobb.


MR. PALUMBO


grimace Richard Booth assists his partner Michael

I found it!" remarks Ann Worthen to her assistant






SOCIAL STUDIES


The social studies help the pupil acquire a knowledge of our social,
economic, and political inheritance. He learns to recognize the problems
present in today's society and studies the methods provided for solving
them. He also studies world problems and learns about the goals and dif-
ficulties encountered with other nations. His studies help him to develop
a respect for the worth and the rights of all individuals.


MR. BERGER


Mr. Gansen instructs interested students in a banking simulation. Class members are: Pat Riester,
Luis Wong, Robert Spilling, Joe Cronan, Jim Gray, Steve Cross, Dionisia Nieves, Randy Hull. Debbie
Lyman, and Dee DeLapp.


LEFT: "The most efficient
teachers come from this little
town."


MR. GANSEN


MR. HERBORN


MR. GREGG






ROBERT BERGER-Social Studies 8
This was Mr. Berger's seventh year at CHS. He enjoys
the tropical climate and the good clean living of the Canal
Zone. He advises students to get the most out of educa-
tion and make a better world. Mr. Berger sponsors the
Zephyr and in his spare time he enjoys playing golf.

MARY L. CONDON-World History
Mrs. Condon has taught in the Canal Zone for several
years. She enjoys the beautiful vegetation, bird life, and
fine people, both Ameiican and Panamanian. To students
she gives this advice: "Approach your studies in a posi-
tive frame of mind, and be genuine in your efforts."
Mrs. Condon was the assistant N.H.S. sponsor. Her hobbies
are cooking, reading, and traveling.

W, J. GANSEN-American Institutions, Math 8
Mr. Gansen has just returned to CHS after spending
a year studying at Purdue. He lives in France Field and
his most important hobby is work. He advises students to
try something new each year.

EUGENE T. GREGG-U.S. History
Mr. Gregg is the chairman of the Social Studies de-
partment. This is his seventeenth year at CHS. He was
born in Colon, Republic of Panama and considers Colorado
his home state. His interests are reading and politics,
and his hobby is scuba diving.

PETER M. HERBORN-Social Studies 8, World Geography
Mr. Herborn coaches intramurals besides teaching so-
cial studies. He enjoys living in the Zone and feels
American citizens have a great opportunity here to improve
relationships with the citizens of Panama. He advises his
students to be prepared to share their high material
standards of living with others both at home and abroad.

RONALD D. JACOBS-Social Sudies 7 and 8
Before coming to CHS Mr. Jacobs taught in Locust
Grove, Oklahoma. This was his third year teaching Junior
High social studies at CHS. Mr. Jacobs was also the
Junior High S.A. sponsor.

ROBERT E. McCULLOUGH-Social Studies 7
Mr. McCullough is the Safety Club assistant sponsor.
He enjoys living in the Canal Zone because outdoor ac-
tivities are possible nearly every day. His hobbies include
hiking, and collecting stamps and coins. His advice to
students: "You have started to be become what you are
going to be."


Jackie Parker, Linda Brock, Paule
in Mrs. Condon's World History class.


Jordi, and Mike McCann study art


Ann Lauritzen


MR. McCULLOUGH




























STUDENT IFE






Involved in the social activities of
his school, a high school student ad-
vances a step as a human being when
he learns to accept all manner of
things that are totally different from
what his past experience makes easy
to understand and like. A high school
society abounds with difference; it
not only offers the possibility of be-
coming tolerant, it makes it almost
impossible to ignore its lesson.







THUNDEROUS RAIN ACCOMPANIES
FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE BRAWL


With enthusiasm, the girls express their competitive spirit.


It was a rainy day and the field was muddy as the Fresh-
men and Sophomores competed on September 2, 1969.
Challenging cries were heard after school as each class
prepared for "battle." The girls screamed, the boys shouted,
and the "battle" was begun. The mud rose high to cover legs
and faces.
When the commotion subsided, the scores were tallied and
the Sophomore Class was declared the winner. The defeated
Freshmen, however, were already making future plans to
win at next year's brawl.
It isn't every day that we get to chase a giant ball of "yarn."
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The gathering crowd anxiously awaits the burning of its foes spirits.


BONFIRE SPARKS C.H.S.
FOOTBALL SPIRIT
Silhouette of a cheerleader performing a
cheer before the thirsty Tigers.







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CANAL ZONE COLLEGE WINS 20th


Jamboree Queens, Stephanie DeHeart from B.H.S., Jeanne Marie Chance
from C.Z.C., and Ann Hirons from C.H.S., view the game from their
reserved area.


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Neil Patton, no. 13, from C.H.S. throws a forward pass.


ANNUALL FOOTBALL JAMBOREE


September 19, 1969 marked the twentieth time Canal
Zone College and Balboa High School crossed the fifty
miles of the isthmus to participate in the Football Jam-
boree.
Preluding the game, the Jamboree Queens were pre-
sented to the crowd from their reserved area in the grand-
stand. Cristobal's lovely queen was Ann Hirons.
The game was played in a constant downpour. In the
first quarter Balboa and College fought to a scoreless
tie. Amidst thunderous cheers, Cristobal defeated Balboa
in the second quarter 18 to 0, but in the final quarter
College downed Cristobal 6 to 0.
This year, for the first time, the winner was deter-
mined by the number of quarters won instead of the total
points scored. College won the Jamboree by winning one
quarter and tying one. Cristobal came in second by win-
ning one quarter and Balboa came in last losing one
quarter and tying one.


Coach ,Agee and Coach Dedeaux express anxious moments
along with the rest of the team.


ANN HIRONS!


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REPRESENTS THE TIGERS


Attending the pep rally at Cristobal are Balboa's Stephanie De Heart, and
College's Jeanne Chance. Cristobal's Ann Hirons was unable to attend.










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Gary Robertson speaks to the students of his plans for the future. A convincing speech is given by
Robert Philips, candidate for vice-
president.
GARY ROBERTSON WINS S.A. PRESIDENCY


In April the S.A. held its annual Election Day. For several
weeks previous to the event, campaign posters hung from every
available space in the building. Hectic weeks they were for any stu-
dent running for office. Campaign speeches, passing out booster
tickets, promises of change, and making their stand known to the
student body were some of the preoccupations of the candidates. A
competitive atmosphere prevailed adding to the excitement as elec-
tion day grew near.
Amidst the confusion however, we successfully elected our S.A.
officers without any incidents. The results were satisfying to the stu-
dent body which for the 1969-70 school year elected Gary Robertson
President, Robert Philips Vice-President, Denise Ward Secretary,
and Nelson Escribano, Treasurer.


Candidate Wendy Flores is assisted by Susan
,'and Cinda Helmericks.


Donna and Daryn Barger prepare to execute the prisoner, Marggie Coffin, sentenced
to death by judge Randy Rainey for betraying her party.




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CARIBBEAN 1970 CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL COCO SOLO CANAL ZONE VOLUME 53

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2 SENIORS 140 STUDENT LIFE 36 SPORTS 66

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UNDERCLASSMEN 102 ORGANIZATIONS 84 ADVERTISING 166 INDEX 186

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A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES BEGINS WITH ONE STEP A f reshman ma y c a s ually decide t o j o in th e D ra m a t ics C lub o r the Nur ses Aid, and yet hi s deci s i o n co uld l ea d t o a caree r as a n actor o r a pl ay wri g ht, as a nurse o r a doct or. Aspiring to m a k e the firs t s trin g of the foo t ba ll t eam, a d e t ermi n ed fr es hm an m a y apply h i mself t o a year o f pra c ti c e a nd s tudy, and yet he may n o t pl ay in o n e ga m e If he p u rs u es h is ,goa l in hi s soph o m o r e year h e m ay see action f or o nl y f ive o r t e n min ut es a ll season. B y th e t i m e h e i s a juni o r, h e m a y h ave acquire d t h e sk ill an d seasoning t o become a valu e d m embe r o f th e t ea m P e rh a p s h e m ay n o t secure a k ey po s iti o n in the starting lin eu p until h e is a senior. 4

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10 Teachers and what they teach are a la rge part of a student's life Through knowing teachers and becomi ng interested in the material pre sented, a student comes to choose the field h e w ill pursue in his j ourney of l ife.

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12 ADMINISTRA TION CRISTOBAL JUNIOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL: One o f two U.S. high schools ope r a t e d by the Civil Aff airs Bureau o f the Cana l Zone Gove rnm e nt. MR. MAEDL PAYS TRIBUTE TO TIGER SPIRIT Cristobal Hi g h School h as lon g enjoyed a r e puta tion for ha ving a n exce ption a ll y f ine sc hool s pirit. This ha s been in e vide n ce not only at athletic can t es t s but in many other areas of schoo l life as well. As o ne example, thi s pa s t year the se ni o r s ex pressed the d es ir e to obtain for the m se lv es ad ditional privileges in sch ool and durin g the lunch hour. To s how that t hey und erstand that responsibility mus t accompany priv i l ege, they appointed a committe e which carefully worked out a c ode o f con du c t which they would adher e t o and whic h they f elt would be acceptable to the sc hool and th e communit y The ad mini s tr a tion not o nl y accep ted the g uid e lin es th e s tu dents had set up, but applauded them for their ac hi evemen t and for the fin e s pirit in which th ey had ca rri e d it out. Thi s i s the Tiger Spirit at its very b est. It i s hoped that in the futur e years th ere will continue to h e even grea ter d e m o n s tr ations of this sp irit.

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CARL F. MAEDL ENDS ILLUSTRIOUS ADMINISTRATIVE TERM MR. CARL F MAEDL will long be remembered for his dedi ca tion to the students and to education at CHS for the past thirty-two years. Mr. Maedl was born in South Dakota, Jan uary 14, 1909, and moved to Minnesota when he was four years old. He attended teachers col lege in Moorhead, Minnesota, and played football and hockey while in c ollege He taught in Daven port North Dakota and Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, before comin g to Cristobal in the fall of 19 38. Mr. Maedl met his wife Alfhild at Sauk Rapids wher e she tau g ht with him for three years. They were married in August, 1938, in Minneapolis. At CHS Mr. Maedl taught 7th and 9th grade scienc e, biology, was a counselor, assistant prin cipal, and principal. The g ratitude of all the students you have helped s hape goes with you on your retirement, Mr. Maedl. MR.MAEDL MR. PFAU MR. JAMES PFAU will be our new principal next year. Mr. Piau has mastered the position of Assistant Princi pal for five years. His job consisted of coun s elin g stu dents and assisting Mr. Maedl with admini s trative duties. Mr. Pfau came to the Canal Zone in 1953. Before becoming Assistant Principal he taught physics, mathe matics, and chemistry. He was also the Student Associ ation s ponsor for ten years. Mr. Piau is an active member in the choir of the Union Church, and enjoys reading, music, fishing, and photog raphy. SUPERINTENDENTS STAFF, U.S SCHOOLS: Mr. R oss Anderson, Supervisor, Phy s ical Education and Athleti cs, U .S Schools; Dr. K enneth Lake, Dir ecto r of Curriculum; Mr. Stewart Brown, Supervisor, Swimmi ng Pool s and Safety ; Dr. Charles Latimer, Deputy Superintendent o f School s; Mr. J ames Cook, Supervisor of Iilstruct ion. U.S. Secondary Schools; Mr. George Willingham, Supervi sor o f Ins truction. U.S. Secondary Schools; Mr. F. A. Ca&tles, Superintt'nd ent of Schools (seated); Mr. Vernon Caturia, Sup ervisol" of Instruc tion, U.S. Elementary Schools; Dr. Vi c t o r Herr, Supervisor of Mus i c U.S. Sc hool s ; Dr. J a mes Wolf, Coordinator, Spe cial Education; Mr. David Speir, A ss i stant Superintendent, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mrs. Shirley Makibbin, Supervisor of In struction, U.S Elementary School s; Mrs Frances Sampsell, A ssis tant Superintendent, U .S. Elementary Sc hool s; Mr. Zander Krowitz, Administrative A ss i s t ant; Mr. Rohert Dahlstrom, Supervisor, Educational Data Proc essi ng. 1 3

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14 OFFICE STAFF Our fine office staff provided quality service by cooperating fully with teacher., st ud ents, par ents, and other peop l e in the community. Their sec retarial dutie s included keeping r ecor ds t yp o in g and printin g tests for teachers, and g iving o ut information to students and parents. Mrs. Marion Taylor has worked at CHS for twelve years. In her spare time she en joys bridge and golf. Mrs. Joanne G. Allen is in her fifth year at CHS. Her hobbies are sewing and singing with the Sweet Adeline s Miss Jac inta E. Griffiths has worked here for three and a half years and she devotes her spare tim e to swimming and playing the organ. MRS. TAYLOR Our secretaries were noted for their courteous service and friendly manner. We are proud of our office staff. CLINIC MRS. McDONNEl Mrs. Jo McDonnel, R.N. ; was on duty at the Cristobal High School Clinic on a sched ul ed basis and s he was as sisted in th e clinic by Mrs. Delorita Stevens. Students who wer e ill reported to the nurse If she deemed it advisable, they made arrangements to go home or t o the hospital dispensary Students were permitted to rest in the clini c a maximum of two class periods The schoo l health program's major purpose was to pro vide screening examinations, identify studen t s with vario u s health problems and suggest appropriate referrals. Visual a c uity determination dental extamination, tuberculin skin testing, physical examina tions, hearing examinations, health education a c tivities and counse lin g serv i ces were a ll part of the program. MISS GRIFFITHS MISS ELISA MUNOZ and MRS. STEVENS

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GUIDANCE Counseling was the primary guidance service pro vided at CBS_ In the student counselor relationship the student freely expressed his ideas and feelings and the c oun s elor s howed how interest, aptitudes, and abilities work tog ether_ Through variou s activities the counselors provided information about careers and the various opportun ities for post-high s chool education They provided facts about the many available te c hnical school s app re ntice pro g rams and vocational program s They as s isted student s in s electing c o lleges, applying for admis s ion, and applyin g for financial aid. MRS. BRIGHT MR. MOWERY MR. PALUMBO SR. The guidan ce center al s o admini s tered s tandardized te sts and Colle g e Entrance Board exam s su c h as the PSAT, SAT, and the ACT Allan Farnsworth learn s how to study from a Dukane projector ADAMARY A BRIGHT-Gki, Counsel o r M rs. Bright' s h o m e s till e i s Fl o rida Sh e h as b e en a full tim e co uns e l o r in the Cri s tobal High Scho ol for th e last s ix years. In her l e isur e time, Mrs. Bright e njoys cooking, and co ll ec ting co in s and stamp s ROBERT L MOWERY -Boys' C ounselor Mr Mow ery co mes fro m Indiana and h a s b ee n in eHS f o r six years H e previou sly t a ught in Los C a lif o rni a and in Indiana He Jives in Coco Solo WIth his wif e and three childr en. His hobbi es arc boatin g and phot o gr a ph y LUKE C. PALUMBO-Attendance Counselor Mr. Palumbo has taught f o r twe ntyseven year s at CHS. H e l a ught PE, G e n eral S c i e nce, Lif e S c i e nce, E arth Sc i e n ce Ameri can History Americ a n G o v ernmEnt, S a l es mans hip and c oach e d m a n y p o r ts. Mr. P a lumbo liv es in Coco So l o and his hobbie s are g o lf and c oll ec ting insec ts. 15

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16 LIBRARY The s tud e nt s of CHS have a w e ll equipped library for their s tudy and r esearc h u se. The Crist oba l Hi g h School Library i s combined with th e public library and s tud e nt s with s pec ial permis s ion m ay use both durin g school hours. After school hou rs the lib rary is often crow d e d with s tudent s and adults of the c ommunit y doing r esea rch or reading. Thi s year CHS had a new librarian, Mr. W e lls. Students doin g r esea r c h work found that Mr. W e lls and hi s able s tudent help ers were always r ea d y to assist th e m when help was ne e ded. Juni o r High s tud en t s mak e u se o f the libr a ry. Barbara Grie r Zan Green, and Tom Kr c d e ll. MR. WELLS D AYTON N. WELLS Librarian Th is is Mr. Well s first year at e H S and in the Can a l Zone. H e comes from the s tate of Was hington and say s he is e njoying the tropi cs. Mr. Well s li ves in Margarit I and his hobbie s arc traveling, fis hing, cam p i n g, anti riflery. Mik e B e hee gets h e lp

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MRS. PFAU MR. SHARICK CHS added Special Education Clas ses to the c urriculum in 1960. In s pecial education students received ex tra help in their academic s tud ie s l earned crafts, and l ea rned the p e r s pe ctives pf human relationship s and civic r es ponsibility. Many of these s tudents received additional help in certain schola s tic courses Excellent reading skills are requ ir ed for aca demic s ucce ss. The rem e dial reading pre gram at CHS provided special ins truction to improve read ing s kills and h elp assure a s tudent of success in keeping with hi s ability. See min gly average stu dents have improved the quality of their reading s kill s and thereby became quite out standing student s in their c h osen field SPECIAL EDUCATION GRACE S P FAUR e medial Readin g Mrs. Pfau h as t a u g ht in CBS s inc e 1954. S h e t cac hes r ead in g and is th e spo n so r of th e Civil D e f e n se a nd Nurses Aid es C lub. Mrs. Piau li ves in M a r ga rita a nd e n joys sewing, cook in g, re ading, and traveling a s h ob bi es. EARL C. SHARICK S p ccia J Ed ucati o n Mr. Sharic k h as been teaching in CHS f o r f o urte en years, h e taught in Cri s tob al a nd Co co Solo e l e m entary schoo ls. H e is from th e state of Illin o i s and pre se ntly lives in Coco So lo. Hi s h obhies arc swi mming, fis hing, and ca mping. Richard Beall and E s t e r Mar s h point o ut a geogra phi ca l locatio n f o r Mr. Sharick. Patri c i a M a n sfield and Dalys Perez a r e u s ing the Key stone T ac hi s t oscope over h ea d projector. 17

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18 ART MR. KOZIOL EDWIN M KOZIOL-A" 7, 8, I and II This is Mr. Koziol's seventh year at CHS. Besides teach. ing art he was the Caribbean and Art Club sponsor. He enjoys playing bridge golfing, howling, a n d reading. His home s t ate is Michigan. Arnaldo Mendez and David Teves compare drawings. Other members of the Art I class are Dennis Hurlbut, Robin Hart s horn, Marian Cro u c h and Gerald Wall (between pictures), ART EDUCATION PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES Art enriches human happiness and promotes sound personality and c haract er. To some degree everyone needs to be creative. The objective of the Cristobal High School art program is to increase the opportunity and desire to crea t e, and to develop the individual's potentials for creating understanding, and appreciating Students had the opportunity to perform creatively in a variety of methods and media. Drawing, paint. ing, craft work and art history was covered. Stain e d-glass windows was onc of the Chr i stmas pro jects of the advanced art cla ss Vi cki Springer, Donna Val e ntin e, Karen Cas h Donald Gott, Marcella Sta n bridge, and Alice Crouch admire one o f the window s Brenda Gibso n s h ows membe r s of Art II, IIf, and IV h ow 1 0 draw hor ses.

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MR. GOCHENOUR MRS. STONE B e ing the only b oy. Bill D ea t o n ge t s a Jot o f attention in Mrs. Ston c s G e n e r a l Busine s s cla ss. All of us, regardle s s of age or occupation, come in daily contact with business. Student s need to under s tand business as it functions in our economic system. We are all obligated to society to produce the needed goods and servic es, and t o our s elves to earn a s atisfactory income. The above were some of the ideas students under stood after taking General Business. The CHS com merce pro gra m offered the student many vocational and personal opportunities College bound students benefited especially by learning typing s kills RIGHT: T ypin g II s tud e nt s at w o rk. COMMERCE RICHARD D. COC HE NOUR T y pin g, Bookk eeping, Shor t h a nd. Mr. Go c henour' s hom e s t a l e i s Virginia. Thi s i s his fir s t yea r in the Canal Zone. H e h as b ee n t eac hin g with th e D e partm ent of D e f e n se Ove r seas Depend e nt S c hool s in Fran ce, G e rmany Philippin es, Japan, a nd T aiwa n Mr. Gochenour lives in Margarita and hi s hobbie s a r c tr aveling, r eading, a nd photo g raphy, BRENDA CAROL STONE-Typing and G e n e ral Busin ess. This i s Mrs. Stonc's fir st year at CHS. S h e i s spo nsor o f th e fr es hm an cl ass Mrs. Sto n e live s in Ft. Gulick a nd e nj oys sew ing and ceramics as h o bbi es. Edith Smith gets help in shor thand fr o m Mr. Goche nour, and Debbi e Dun ca n i s having h e r prob l ems t oo 19

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20 ENGLISH FIVE NEW TEACHERS JOIN STAFF English is required in all four years of high schoo!. The student's success in his chosen field i s determined largely by his command of the English language, both spoken and written Mr. Adcock, Mr. Cheshire, Mr. Dobbins Mrs Elfers and Mrs Wilferd were new teachers in the English D e partment this year. This meant new sponsors for the school paper, the The s pian Society, and the Debate Club The new teachers brought with them new outlooks and attitudes making this a very successful year. Roberta Cole, Mary Norval Stephan Fugleb erg, Debbie Boswell, Cindy Cottrell, Brian Allen Makeup practice in Mrs. Ellers' class. MRS. ELFERS MR. ADCOCK MR. DOBBINS MR. CHESHIRE MR. FATTOROSI

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CARL F. ADCOCK-2ngli s h I, and II, Speech, Drama. Mr. Adco c k com es from Ohio, where h e taught prior to coming h ere. He lives in Coco Solo with hi s wif e a nd daug ht er. His hobbies a r e read ing s t amp collec ting, a nd fis hing. HERBIT C HESHIRE-Engl;s h 7 Mr. C h es hir e comes from Misso uri H e liv es in Coco Solo with hi s wif e and two c hil dren. Hunt i ng, swimming, sk in di ving, a nd fish ing are his h obb ies. JO EL B. DOBBINS-English I and II, J ournalism. Mr. Dobbin s h ome s tate i s New J e rsey and h e h a d previously t a ught in Vi rginia. H e lives in Margarita a nd en joys sk in diving writing sa iling, and r ea ding. JANE K ELFERS--Engl;s h II Mrs. Elfers comes fr om Illin ois She i s the s pon s or of th e D eba t e Club and th e Spa ni s h Club. She live s with h e r hus band i n Coco Sol o a nd en joys painting drawing, reading wr itin g poetry, t e nni s a nd practicing guitar. LOUIS J FATIOROSI -EngHs h III and IV B efore c oming to CHS, Mr. Fattorosi t a ught in his h o m e s tat e of New J e r sey This is hi s t hirt ee nth y ea r at CHS. Mr. Fattorosi is th e senior clas s s p o nsor. MARTHA I. PHILLIPS--EngHsh 7 a nd 8. T hi s is Mrs. Phillip s' seco nd yea r at CHS. She i s the s p o nsor of th e Girl s' Drill T eam. She lives in G at un DOROTHY II. SMITH -Eng H s h IV. Mrs. Smith h ea d s th e English Department a nd spo nsors m any seni o r activ iti es. Sh e lives in M a r gari ta and e njoys readi ng, mu s i c, garde ning, cooking, a nd sports E LIZABETH TYSKA-En g H s h 8 Mrs Ty s ka i s from N e w J e r sey. She i s the spo nsor of th e Jr. High Drama C l ub. Mrs. Ty s ka liv es with h e r hu s band i n M arga rit a an d en joys mu s i c, reading, a nd a rt. UGOLENA WILFERD -EngHsh I, EngH,h 7. This is Mrs Wilf e rd' s fir st year in the Canal Z o ne. S h e co mes from Pennsyl vania. Mrs. WiIferd live s in Coco Solo MRS. PHILLIPS MRS SMITH Bru ce B aco n and Marlen e Ri ce "A r e you sure that's a R oman hai r cut?" P e t e r Winkeller t a lk s to th e class. I' m glad you brought that up !" MRS. TYSKA MRS. WILF ERD 2 1

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22 FOREIGN LANGUAGES MRS. GEGG MRS. MEEHA N MR. STEARNS ANNE D. GEGG Mr s. Gegg sponsors the French Club and Caribe Club in addition to teaching French and Latin. Mr s Gegg enjoys living in th e Canal Zone; she likes the students, the climat e, and th e opportunities to m ee t interes ting people. Mrs Gcgg resides in Colon and ha s four children; thre e are CHS graduates. TELMA l. HOWARD Mrs. Howard was born in Panama City and now re sides in Gatun. She has taught a t CHS f o r three years, having prev iou s l y taught in New York City She t eaches Spanish and s ponsor s the Pink Gir l s. He r h o bbies are r e ading and se wing. DOROTHY J MEEHAN Thi s i s Mr s. Meehan' s seve nth yea r at CHS. She t eac he s Sp
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RUSSIAN I STUDENTS: Kathy Brown, H ank Goldmann, and Terr i O ve r stree t practice r eading Russ ian as Mr St earns teaches K enn eth Hill and Stepha n F u g leb e rg som e o f the fin e r p oints in the ope rati on of the l ab co n sole. Pla ces of int e rest in Cae s ar's Caul a r e p o int e d out by Latin s tud e nt J ean Gcer 1 0 the amusement o f Sheila End a ra. Mr Steam's fifth -period Spani s h II class lis l e n s 1 0 struc tur e drills in the language l ab. Lan g uage s tudent s at CHS have a wid e var i ety of courses to choose from Amon g the s e offered this year are Spanish 7 8, I II, III, and IV; French I II, and III; Latin II; and Rus s i an r. Many s tud e nts are bilingual and an increa sing number are trilin g ual. Most langua ges are tau g ht by the Audio-Lin g ual Meth od; ora l work in the Lan g uage Lab o rat ory b e ing stressed a s a n aid to pronun c iation and under s tandin g of th e language. M aria n Kr e delJ, L yn n G r egg Ann e Gonzal es, a nd Caro l Ro ss prep a r e t o Iis l e n t o drill i n Mr s H o w a r d s Spa ni s h Ucla!!s. 23

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24 HOME ECONOMICS The Home Economics program at Cristobal h as been greatly ex t ended under the direction of the instructor Mrs. McNaughton. Home Ec. I s tudent s learned how to use a sew in g machine, and made skirts and blouses. At Christma s the girls did proje c t s which were used to decorate CHS. In the seco nd semester the girls cooked puddin gs, pizzas, and many other dishes. Home Ec. II students made clothing according to their abili t y, s uch as a dress, jackei, or even an evening gown. In the second semester th e g irls learned how to prepare a meal. MRS. M cNAUGHTON ELIZABETH Ec. 8, I. II Thi s is Mrs. McNaughton s fourth year at CHS. Besides teac hing home econom i cs, Mrs. McNaught on is the Nurses Aides' a ssistan t sponso r and the "official m e nding expert" to all in ne ed. Her hobbies include sewing, water skii ng and family ac tiviti es. Hom e Ec. II sewing projects are displaye d by An n Werthen, Barbara Betch e r Patty Rob son, Anna R eyes, and Gloria Reyes. Debbie Col e, Pam Mocbu s, and Sandy May prepar e t o do some bakin D e bbi e Gosney, Linda Arnh ei t er, and Carol Wertz m o d e l th ei r pant s uit s. Mary Byrd, Dian e Dancer, Pau l a Vaught, and Kim J\' Iarohl test the ir own cooki ng.

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. HOLLOWAY Peter Winkel1er. Manuel Munoz, and Miguel Johnson a r e busy at their drawing boards in Drafting I class. MR. HOLMGRAIN MR. JEFFRIES LEARN BY DOING PAUL J. JEFFRIES-M.l Shp, WW I WW II Mr. Jeffries taught in Colorado, California, and American Samoa before coming to CHS. He enjoys living in the Canal Z o ne where there are many thing s to occupy and en t ertain him. His spare lime hobbies are golf and collecting insects and imbedding them in plastic. Mr. Jeffries is the audio visual sponsor. JESSE C. HOLLOWAY-Mech. Dr. I, II, In.!! Ar', Mr. Holloway came to CHS four years ago from Saudi Arabia. He t eaches mechanical drawing which is popular with both boys and girls. He is also the assistan t audio visual sponsor. Mr. Holloway's hobbies include woodwork. ing, building mini-hikes, insect collecting, and fishing. ERNEST D. HOLMGRAIN lnd. Arts, Science This is Mr. Holmgrain's first year at CHS. He enjoys li ving here because of the tropical climate. Before coming to CHS, Mr. Holmgrain taught at Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Hi s hobbies are hunting and fishing. Practicing arc welding are J ames Kunkle, David Robertson, and Mike Finneman. The industrial arts curricu lum is planned for pupils who are especia lly interested in the broad field of trade an d industrial occupations aside from the im mediate vocational aspects. For some pupils this cur riculum may be the means of developing a worth while l eisure ac ti vi ty while for others it may be a method of determining aplitudes and abilities in trade and indu stria l pursuits. Other outcomes are cre ative activity, the practical applica tion of mathe matics and science, and the development of common ski ll s everyone sho uld possess. .25

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26 MATHEMATICS MR. BOCK MR. COWLEY RICHARD W. B O C K Mr. Bock h as t a u gh t at CH S for 11 yea rs Prior to thi s h e taught a t Riv e rdal e in North D a kota his hom e H e tea c he s Algebra II, Introdu ctio n to Analysi s, and Calc ulu s. H e a lso head s th e math departm e nt. Now living in Coco Solo, Mr. Bock e nj oys boati n g a nd playing bridge in hi s l e i s ur e time. LAWRENCE A. COWLEY In hi s second yea r of t eaching a t Cri s t oba l Mr. Cowley t a ught Alge bra I and Geometry and spo nsor e d th e Junior Clas s. Origin a lly from T exas h e ea rn e d hi s B.S. at Trinity U. and hi s M.A. at South eas tern State. He enjoys tennis an d s kiing. RANDALL H. GRUBBS Befor e coming t o Cri stoba l Mr. Grubbs t a u ght in Mi ssouri. H e has earned hi s B.A. and t eac h es math. He enjoys s p o rt s of a ll kind s and previou sly taught phy sica l education. ROY E. HOWELL Mr. How ell h as taught math a t CHS f o r 2 yea r s H e t a ught in Mary land and Florida b e for e coming h e re. Mr. How ell i s Sophomore Class Sponsor. N umi s matics, hiking, trave l and r eading a r e hi s hobb i es. BERNARD R. MAZZONI F o r 1 6 years, Mr. M azzo ni h as t a ught m at h emat i cs a t CHS. He lives in F r ance Field and lis t s photog r aphy, music, and traveling as hi s h o bbi es. CHARLES T. REEVES In a dditi o n t o physi cs, Mr. R eeves also t eaches Junio r High Math. Aft e r school h e teaches Driv e r Training a nd spo nsor s the saf e t y c lub. Origin a ll y from Arizona h e h as t a u ght at CHS for 13 years. "Now class, finding th e a r ea o f a tr apazoid i s r eally v ery s imple:' exp l ains Kath y Karu s. MR. GRUBBS MR. HOWELL MR. REEVES

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CRISTOBAL MATH STUDENTS WIN ANNUAL QUIZ SHOW BY SCORE OF 360 TO 95 Mr. Bock provides students with individual ins truction when n ecessary H e r e h e assists Christy Loizeaux in Algebra II. Mathematics is an integral part of the Cristobal High School curriculum. Courses offered include general math, Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, analysi s, and calcu l us. S t udents in these cla sse s battled the facts and figures to solve baffling equations and theorems. Protractors, compasses, and slide ru l es constituted the equipment carried by students as they tested t heir logic while solving problems. The knowledge gained will prepare students for college and provide the math background essential for many careers. Ringing th e victory b e ll to celebrate their d e f ea t of Bal boa in the Annual Science and Engineering Quiz Show are Jame s Cox, John Carlisle, Gary Rob ertson, and Jo e Gatlis. Leslie Marek d e m ons trates the co rre c t m ethod f o r graphing a trigonometri c funclion. 27

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28 MUSIC The music program provided courses in the following areas: (1) 7th and 8th grade chorus; (2) Beginning Instrum e ntal Class; (3) Intermed iat e Instrumental Class; (4) Senior Band; and (5) Senior Chorus Thi s year the music d epartment provided music for assemblies, foot ball games, pep assemblies, and grad uation Th ey provid ed a Christmas concert, a Spring concert and a concert for th e elementa;y schools. BEGINNERS BAND THE SENIOR HIGH BAND MEMBERS OF THE BAND Flutes Ann Lauritzen Dioni s ia Nieves Cindy Williams Heidi Sweeney Sharon Golden Chris Benson Oboe Cathy Terwilliger Gerianne Blanchett Bassoon Susan Willis Eb Clarinet Ed Bringa s Ann Cirulli Clarinets Christy Loizeaux Linda M errick Ann T e rwillig e r Libb y Palser Emily Dani e l Barbara Blo e mer Debbie lake tic Mari e Fari s Linda He ss Larry MarLin DebLie Meeker Debbie Pate Patty Rodriguez Sylv ia Varnprine Alto Clarinet Mard c ll c Gar n e r Susan Ridge Bass Clarinet James Barr Allo Sax Lui s Le e Rohert Byrd James C hil dress R obert Ford Roy Gott Ede Marsh T eno r Sax R o bert Ts c humy Robin P ritham Baritone Sax Roman Herrera Trumpet Ed Forsythe Jim Gray Ron Pal se r Stev e Aponte Rob e rt Tuck Allen Ri c hardson Craig Robertson P e dro Simmons Pet e r Swain Ralph Zach r y Timothy Blanchard Dan Chin Ed Golden Cheryl Olsen Fr e n c h Horn Lydia San ti ago Raymond Hernande-L Tr ombone Beverly Olsen Bill G ill esp i e Scot Loizeaux George Rivera Nancy Gregg Baritone Mike Bjorneby Brian Love Bass Don Olsen Guy Damiani Ron F o r syth Charles C hri stian Drums Billy Parker Dan Valentine Gaspar Sayoc

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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB: Frone row: No e li a Ortiz, J e anni e B asse tt B e th Carte r N a n c y Rid ge Tita Cobb, Janice D o min gas M o un yen L y m a n, Barbara Basse tt Laureen Elizondo Back : P a tti H a uk e, L e tt i S an tiago, Barba r a B a nk s, K a th y D e R a ps, Judy D o hl e, T o ni Kl aso v s ky S usan Z ac h ry. Ste ph an i e IIIi es, J a n e D o hl e, D e bbi e Polit e, Are lia Williams, Sharo n S mith J ose phin e P o rb es, Carm e n Butl e r K a th y Burg ess Ali c e Cr ouc h P a tri c ia Hill, K a r e n W es l crburg, Jinx River a, Mr. C a rwith e n M a r y N orva l Lind a Woods. EDWARD R CARWITHEN-Band, C h o ru Mr. Carwith en's h o me s t a t e i s Fl o rida a nd thi s i s hi s f o urth yea r a t CHS. Mr. Ca rwith c n i s a m e mb e r of th e D iscords an d i s ac tive i n Little T hea t e r produ c ti o ns. In hi s spa r e lim e h e also e nj oys p ainting, sa iling, a nd s kin di ving 29

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30 PHYSICAL EDUCATION The aim o f the Physi ca l Education D e partme nt a t CHS i s: "to g ive each s tud e nt the s kill a nd knowledge of activities and games so that he may e njoy life and he a lth through physical exercise T eac h e r s in th e d e p a rtm e nt try t o cover f undam e ntal s of a ll major spo rt s and some of the min o r ones Th e g irl s s tudi e d ba s k etb all, softball, volle y ball, s wimming, t rack, s peed b a ll tennis, and golf. The b oys parti c ip a ted in such s ports as swimming, wrestl in g, soccer, s peedb a ll tennis, and basketball. S tud e nt s also t ook phy s i ca l fitness tests w hich rate st ud e nt s in comparison with others in th e ir age g roup. Mrs. F atto r os i's f ourth period gym class plays volle ytcnn i s Deni se Fos h ee, Nancy Hu son, F a ith Coad, J eannette C ox, D ebb ie Chri stian, Kathy Do ckery, Maria L opez, Lind a Amh e iter, G loria R eyes and Sandra A lber ga. P ete W ink e ll e r pit c h es the ball a s Coach D edeaux supe r v i ses a baseball game and Ernes t Abre sc h plays seco n d base Kathy D oc k e r y smashes the ball acro ss th e n c t in an exci ting gam e of vollcy.te nnjs.

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An unusual approach t o a dive is made by thi s s tudent, but ... i s i s v ery well execu t e d n everthe less. MRS. CAMPBELL MR. DEDEAUX BARBARA L. CAMPBELL Mrs. Campbell is from South D a kota. She is a new t eac h e r thi s yea r and t eac h es seventh and e i g hth g rad e phy s i cal e du ca ti on. She arrived at CHS as Miss Soliday. Mrs. Campb ell s p o nsor s tennis, th e Girls Drill Team and the G .A.A. She enjoys s wimming sew ing, reading and traveling. LOUIS DEDEAUX Coac h D edea ux has taught in Cana l Zone schoo l s for 18 yea rs. He t eaches boys' physical e du catio n and assis t s with various afte r school activili es. Golfing and fis hin g a r e his hobbi es JUNE FATTOROSI Mrs. Fatlo rosi t eaches gir l s gym a t CHS. f n addit ion s h e coac hes volleyball, basketball, and v a r ious intr a mur a l spor ts. H e r spec i a l in t e r es t s ar e collec tin g m ovie classics, da c h s hunds, a nd badminton. JOAN F. HARRIS Mrs. Harri s was b o rn in Ancon, Canal Zon e She teaches phys i ca l education and coac hes bask e tb all a nd tennis. S h e i s als o the s ponsor of the G.A.A. and of the play day at th e e nd of th e year. Mrs. H arris is a specta t o r a t all s p orts events, but b aseba ll i s a favorite. DOUGLAS B. LITTON Coac h Litton i s head of th e Physi ca l Edu catio n Departm e nt at CHS. Hi s home s tate is Mississippi and this i s hi s seventh year at Cristob a l High Schoo l Hi s hobbi es include s p or t s of an t ypes. MR. LITION Annie Crouch pr epa r es t o hit a h omerun in Mrs. Fatt o ro s i 's juni or hig h girls' gym cla ss. 3 1

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32 SCIENCE The sc ience course in g rade 7 and g rad e 8 helped the student understand his role in the interacti9n of all livin g things and h elped him develop an apprecia tion and understanding of hi s phy s ical surroundings" In the hi g h school Int roductory Phy s ical S c ience provided the s tudent with a solid foundation for more advanced courses_ The s tudent s tudied th e mean s hy which scientific knowledge is acquired_ Biology stressed the r elat ion s hip of all livin g things in respect to their chemical and phy sica l en vironment. Chemi s try taught the atomic theory and the nature of matter. Phy s ics provided a s tudy of mat ter and energy and their int erac t ion s It al s o provided pra ctica l of the se concepts and princi ples in prob l em solving. It's a noth e r busy day for the sc ienti s t s in Ro o m 251. ;.4 MR. HIERONYMUS MRS. KNIGHT LABORATORY COURSES PROVIDE AN APPROACH TO KNOWLEDGE Evelyn Legrand and J a m es Butl er pre p a r e a s olution as Stephanie II1ies wat c h es with excite ment. MRS. MASON MR. NORMAN

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PAUL J. HIERONYMUS Mr. Hiero n y m us h as been a t eacher a t CHS for three yea rs. In addition to l eac hin g 7t h grade math, and chem istry h e is th e S.A adv i sor. He lives in Coco Solo with hi s wife and daughter. His hobbies includ e go lf a nd in sec t collecting. CAROL J. KNIGHT This is Mrs. Kni g ht 's fir s t year at CHS. S h e teaches both 7 th grade science and 8th grade math in addition to s p o nsoring th e m ajo r ettes after school. Mrs. Knight enjoys sew in g an d reading in her l eisure hours. EMMA L. MASON Mrs. Mason h as t a u g ht at CHS for five years a nd four previ o u s yea r s as a s ubstitu te. Bes i des t eac hin g 7th grade sci ence s h e spo nsor s the National Junior Honor Soc i ety. She lives in Margarita, a nd h e r favorite pastimes are read ing and knitting JAMES D. NORMAN Mr. Norman h as b ee n a te ac her at C HS for over nin e years. H e t eac h es biology and o ceanog r a phy an d h e i s also the Sophomore C la ss adv isor. During hi s spa re time h e enjoys gardening, s kin diving, a nd reef s tudi es. LUKE T. PALUMBO Mr. P a lum bo, who i s c h a irman of the scie n ce depart men t at CHS, t eac hes Introdu c t ory Physical Science. He lives in Coco So l o with his wif e a nd two c hil dren. Skin diving i s hi s f avorite pastime. MR. PALUMBO What d o we h ave h e r e? Mr. Norman as k s Katie McGi l b e rry during a l esso n in di ssec tion. ABOVE: With a grimace Ri c h ard Booth assis t s hi s partne r Michae l Bernard BELOW: [ think I found it! remarks Ann Worthen to h e r ass i stan t Tits Cobb 33

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34 SOCIAL STUDIES The social s tudie s help the pupil acquire a knowledge of our social, economic, and political inheritance. He learns to recognize the problems present in today's society and studies the methods provided for sol ving them. He also studies world problems and learns about the goals and dif ficulties encountered with other nations His studies help him to develop a respect for the worth and the rights of all individuals. Mr. Gansen instructs interested students in a banking simulation. Class members are: Pat Riester, Luis Wong Robert Spilling, Joe Cronan, Jim Gray. Steve Cross, Dionisia Nieves, Randy Hull. D e bbie Lyman, and Dee Delapp. LEFT: "The most efficient teachers come from this little town." MR. GREGG MR. BERGER MR. GANSEN MR. HERBORN

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ROBERT BERGER-Social Studies 8 Th is was Mr. Berger's seven t h y e a r a t C H S H e e njoys th e tropical c li mate a nd the good clean living of th e Can a l Zone. He advises s tud e nts to get the mos t o ut of ed u ca t i o n a nd m a k e a better world Mr. B e rger sponsors th e Zephy r a nd in hi s s par e tim e h e en joys pla ying goH MARY L. CONDON-World H;Slo r y Mrs. Condon h as tau g ht in th e Cana l Zon e for severa l year s She e njoys th e beautiful vegetation, b ird Hfe, a nd fine people, both A mer ican a nd Panamanian. T o st ud e nts s h e g ives thi s adv i ce: Appr oach your s tudies in a positive frame of mind a nd b e genu ine in your effo rt s." Mr s Condon w as th e ass i s t ant N.H.S s ponsor. H e r hobbies a r e cook ing, r ea ding, an d trav e ling. J GANS E N Am e ric a n I n s tituti on.s, M a th 8 Mr. Gansen h as jus t returned t o C H S afte r s p e nding a year s tud y ing a t P urdu e H e liv es in France Fi eld a nd his mos t important h ob b y i s w ork. H e adv i ses s tud e nt s to try so m e thing n e w eac h year. EUGENE T. H;SlOry Mr. Gregg is the cha irman of th e Social St u dies d e par tm e nt. Thi s i s hi s se venteenth yea r a t CHS H e was born in Colon R e publi c o f Panam a and con side r s C o lc.rado his hom e s t a te. Hi s int e r es t s are r eading and politic s a nd his h obby i s sc u ba diving PETE R M. HERBORN-SociaJ S tudi es 8, World G eograp h y Mr. H erborn coac h es in t r amurals b esi d es t eac hin g so c i a l s tudies. H e e nj oys livin g in th e Zon e and f eels American ci tiz e n s have a g r ea t oppor tunity h e r e to improve r e l ation s hip s with th e c itizen s o f Panama. H e adv i ses his s tudents to be p r epa red to sha r e the ir high mat e ri al s tandards of livin g with ot h e r s b oth a t h ome a n d abroa d. RONALD D. JACOBS-Sodal Sud;., 7 and 8 B e f o re coming t o CHS Mr. J acobs ta ught in Loc ust G rove, Oklahoma. This was hi s third yea r t eac hin g Junio r High soc i a l s tud ies a t CHS. Mr. J aco bs was a lso the Junior H ig h S A s pons o r. ROBERT E. McCULLOUGH-Soc; a l S tud ; 7 Mr McCullough i s th e Safety C lub assis t an t spo n s or. H e e njoys Jiv in g in th e Canal Z o n e because o utdoor activiti es a re p oss ibl e n ear l y every day Hi s hobbies includ e hiking, and co ll ec tin g s tamp s a nd coi ns. His adv i ce t o s tuden t s : "You h ave s t arte d t o be bc<:ome wha t you a r e goi n g t o be." MR. JACOBS MR. McCULLOUGH J ackie P a rk e r Lind a Bro ck, P aule J or d i and Mik e McCa nn s tudy a rt in Mrs. Condon's W orld Hi s t ory clas s Ann L a uritz e n 3 5

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36 Inv o lv e d in the social ac tiviti es of hi s school, a hi g h school stud en t ad vances a step as a human being when h e l earns t o accept a ll manner of thin gs tha t are totall y different from what hi s past ex p erie nce m akes easy to understand and like. A hi g h school society abounds with diff erence; it not only offers the possibility o f becomin g t o l e rant, i t makes it a lmost impossib l e to ignore its l esson. 37

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38 THUNDEROUS RAIN ACCOMPANIES FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE BRAWL With enthusiasm, th e girls e xpress their competitiv e spirit. Th e r a in p o ured the mud splas h e d but the girl s s pirit was not d a mp e n ed. It was a rainy day and the field was muddy as the Fresh men and Sophomores competed on Sep t ember 2 1969. Challen g ing crie s were heard after school as each class prepared for "battle The girls screamed, the boys shouted, and the "battle was begun. The mud rose high to cover legs and faces. When the commotion subsided, the scores were tallied and the Sophomore Class was declared the winner. The defeated Freshmen, however, were already making future plans to win at next year s brawl. It i s n t ev ery day that w e get to c h ase a ghint ban of "yam."

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Th e ga th e rin g c rowd anxious l y awaits the burning o f its f oes sp irits. BONFIRE SPARKS C.R.S. FOOTBALL SPIRIT Silhou ette o f a chee rlead e r p e rformi n g a chee r before th e thir s t y Tig e rs. 39

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Jambor ee Queens, Stephanie D e H eart from B.H.S., Jeann e Mari e Chance from C.Z.c., and Ann Hiron s fr o m C.H.S. view the game from their reserve d area. CANAL ZONE COLLEGE WINS 20th NNUAL FOOTBALL JAMBOREE Neil P a tton no. 13, from C.H.S throw s a forward pass. College p l ayer tack les Cristobal's m a n on their 40 yard lin e. September 19, 1969 marked th e twentieth time Canal Zone Coll ege and Balhoa High School crossed the fifty miles of the i s thmu s to participate in the Footb a ll Jamboree_ Preluding th e gam e, the Jambor ee Qu ee n s w ere pre sente d to the crowd from their res erve d area in the grand stand_ Cri s tobal 's lovely queen was Ann Hirons_ Th e game was played in a cons tant downpour. In the fir st quarter Balboa and College foug ht to a scoreless tie_ Amidst thund ero u s cheers Cri s tobal defeated Balboa in the seco nd quarter 18 to 0 but in the fin a l quarter College downed Cristobal 6 to 0 Thi s year, for the first time th e winner was d e ter min e d by the number of quarters won inst ead of th e total points scored College won the Jambor ee by winning one qualter and t ying one_ Cristobal ca m e in seco nd by win nin g one quarter and Balboa ca me in last lo si n g one quarter and tying one_ Coach ,Agee and Coach Dedeaux express a nxiou s momen t s along with t h e r est of the te am. REPRESENTS THE TIGERS Att ending the pep r ally at Cristobal a r e Balboa's Step h a ni e D e Heart, and Coll ege's J eanne Chance. Cristobal's Ann Hi r ons was unabl e to s u end. 41

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42 Gary Robertson speaks to the students of hi s plan s for the futur e A convincing speech i s given by Robert Philips, candid ate f o r vice president. GARY ROBERTSON WINS S.A. PRESIDENCY In April the S.A. held its annual Election Day For se v eral weeks prev iou s to the event campaign posters hung from every available space in the building. He c tic weeks they were for any s tu dent runn i n g for office Campaign speecbes, passing out booster tickets, promi ses of c hange and making their stand known to tbe s tud e nt bod y were s ome of th e preocc upation s of the candidates. A competitive atmosphere prevailed addin g to th e excitement as elec tion day grew near. Amidst tbe confusion bowever, we successfully elected our S.A. officers without an y in c idents. The result s were sa ti s fying to the stu dent body which for the 1969-70 school year e le cted Gary Robertson President ; Robert Philips Vice-i'resident, Denise Ward Se c retary, and Nelson Escribano, Treasurer Donna and Daryn B arge r prepare to e x ecute the prison er, Marggie Coffin, se ntenced to death by judge Randy Rainey f o r b etraying her party. Candidate Wendy F l o r es i s ass i sted by Susan (and Cinda Helmeri c ks.

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Eil e en Ridg e e xpl ains a n e w c heer to the Senior Tig e rs. Cheerleade r s make an unu s u a l entra n ce at a foot ball g a m e Deborah Christia n Ann Hir o n s, Dita Workma n She lley Lund, L'Nore Carey, and Eil ee n Ridge r eflect a m o m ent o f t e n s i o n as they wish luc k to their team Dit a W orkman, WalIace Russon S h e ll ey Lund, D ebora h Christi a n and M a r y Redman during a tense m o m e n t a t the AlI S t a r gam e PRACTICING OVERTIME BRINGS GOOD CHEERLEADING RESULTS Sel ec t e d fa c ult y m e mb e r s h a d the hon or and p r iv. il ege of c h oosing o ur c h ee rl e ad e rs, who l e d th e s hout ing pac k o f Tiger s at th e spOli s e v e nt s CHS c h eerl ea d e r s for the yea r 69 -' 70 were : Cissy C a r ey, D e b bie Chri s tian Ann Hi r on s ( c aptain) She ll ey Lund, Mary R e dman Eil e en Rid ge, a nd Dit a Workman Thi s y ea r th e g irl s prac t ice d o v e rtim e in ord e r to s tud y a nd l ea rn n e w c h eers w hich v a ri e d from the f a milia r c h ee r s o f th e p ast. Th e n e w routin es a dd e d z es t to th e c h ee rin g and ple a se d th e s tud e nts. 43

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QUEEN AND COURT: Sitting: Gloria Rice, Jean Housley, Evelyn Legrand. S tanding: D e bbi e Christian, Deni se Ward. RANDY HULL CROWNS JEAN Miss J ea n H o u s l ey rei g n ed as Qu ee n a t the nineteen s ixt y nin e Homecoming Danc e Qu een J ean I and her co urt were selected b y the memb e r s of the football t ea m The Queen and h er court presented a m e mor able sig ht. Th e c ourt was composed of Gloria Ri ce, Evelyn Le grand, D e ni se Ward, and D ebb i e Christian and their escorts were Nel son Escribano, R ober t Novak, Clay D owe ll, and Joe C ro n an R andy Hull received the s pe c ial bonor of escor tin g Qu ee n J ean F o llowin g the Coronation, the dan ce continued t o the music of THE CROWD PLUS ONE. The s u ccess o f m e eve nin g of O c tober 11, 1969, w as made possible by th e members of the C C l ub and the G A.A., who jointly s ponsored the dance. "Sorry, n o beer!" r ep li es bar l endcr B r idgcl Howard.

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I OUSLEY I AT HOMECOMING DANCE Nelson E scr ib a no, Gloria Rice, Jo e Cronan, D e bbie C hri stia n Stacy Foll ett, Randy Hull, J ea n Hou s ley, Skippe r Harr is, Ev e lyn Legrand. Roh er t Novak, D e nise Ward C l ay Dow e ll. Stacy Follett Princess o f the Peaches ... Escorted by Ski pper Harr is, Bearer of the CroWD. Coupl es s it and c ha t moments before the coro nation 45

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46 Standing: Gary Robertson -Presi d ent, Denise Ward Secretary Nelson Escribano-Trea surer, Robert Phillips-Vice President. S .A GETS CONSTRUCTION OF STUDENT LOUNGE UNDERWAY Student Association 1969 Extracurricular activities for the school year 1969 1970 were planned and carried out by the hard work ing Student Association. Gary Robeltson, S.A. Presi. dent led his officers and homeroom representatives through a year of change an d pro gress. Mr. Hierony. mus, the Student Association sponsor, guided the or ganization while it devi sed pep activities such as the FreshmanSophomore Brawl, the Snake Dance, Bon. fire various danc es, and organized spec ial trains for football ga mes in Balboa. The Student Association boo sted s pirit by selling Tiger sweatshirts, hats, pen nants, bumper stickers, and pencils. In its meetings, the council stressed ideas that wourd be beneficial to the school as a whole. The Student Association so ught to improve the conditions in the cafeteria, to reduce the price of the S.A. card, to promote the completion of a Student Lounge, and (0 instill spirit in the Student Body. The Student Association also aided in the organization of new club s and provided a media for the transfer of information concerning all activities in and about the campus to the stu dent body Mr. Hie ronymus, S.A. spo nsor, spends muc h of his lim e guiding the S.A o ffi cers o n their devis e d activities.

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Mitchell Blanchette 244 Cathy Carlisle 208 Mike Bjorneby 251 .. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES INFORM STUDENT BODY OF S.A. PLANS Michele Greene 102 Billy D ea ton 149 Kathy Farrington 242 Vickie Kaufer 344 Ann Conza lea 245 Mike J ohnson 122 Ivette Martinez 248 Mark Hanly 246-A Scot Loizeaux 241 Sarah Pritham 345 Chris Loiz ea ux 346-A W a rren Phillips 249 Fred Knauss 247 M ary Norval 349 Judy Tomlinson 250 During ita meetings, the S.A. stressed id eas that would be ben e ficial to the school as a whole . Debbi e Reyn o ld s 212 Cary Riggs 106 47

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48 MR. AND MISS CHS LESLIE MAREK CYRIL DE LAPP WITIIEST VICTORIA KAUFER ROBERT NOVAK 1969-70

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HALL OF FAME 49 BEST LOOKING JEAN HOUSLEY RANDOLPH HULL BEST DANCER DEBORAH DUNCAN NELSON ESCRIBANO (not pi c tured)

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50 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED JOHN CARLISLE nF:NISE WARn MOST JOSEPH CRONAN

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THLETIC KATHLEEN DOCKERY MOST INTELLECTUAL GARY ROBERTSON EILEEN RIDGE 51

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MOST TALENTED JAMES GRAY CAROL TORSTENSON 52 FRIENDLIEST DAVID ROBERTSON THERESA SMITH BEST DRESSED JAMES BUTLER MARY REDMAN 53

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5 4 RUNNERS-UP Top: Gary R o b ertson Mr. C.H.S., Dee De Lapp-Best D ressed, John Carlisle Most Intelle c tual, Randy Hull-Most .. Athletic, Scott Hutc hinson-Wittiest Clay Dowell-Fri endliest. Bottom: J oe Cronan-Best Looking, Carol T o r s t cnso n Wittie s t Eil ee n RidgeM ost Lik ely To Succeed, M a ria Cedeno-Most Int ellect u al, Evel y ne L eg rand-Most Athletic-Bes t Dancer. Not pictu r ed: Denise Ward-Best Looking, Richard Bock-Best Dressed, Jean H o u s ley-Best Dressed, Ann Hiron s -Miss. c.H.S., Joey Oberholtz e r -Most Talented

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CHS MAJORETTES MARCH IN VETERAN'S DAY PARADE Rita Boyland a nd Maria Boone perfonn a twirling duet at II basketball gam e in the eRS gymnas ium. The CHS Majorettes actually began their year before sch ool s tart ed. They h e ld s ummer practices, planned new day dresses, and made c h a n ges in the uniform. Their first performances were at the sea son's football games and pep assemblies. A grea t d ea l of work went into the routines used The majorettes also marched in the Veteran's Day Parade in Balboa. They fini s hed the year with sol o and du et performances at the basketball g ames. This year, the majorette s con s i sted of one third year mem ber, two second year g irl s and four new members. All in a ll much was accompli s hed during a busy year, and even more success is h oped for next year. CHS MAJORETTES 196970: Brenda E gger, Pall), Hill, Barbara Danks, Dary n Barger ---c aptain, Maria Boone Rila B oyland. and D onna Barge r ?lIASCOT: Joyce Fall s 55

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56 L eslie Mare k as Dr. Hesl o r and Jo e Oberho h zer a s In s pector C ory inve s tigate Ev e rett T. George's myste ri ous death. Everett T George's body li es for a ll t o view in Mac G r egor's fun e ral parlor Evere tt (Joe Gattis) gives d e tail e d ins tru ct ion s on his fun e r al t o MacGregor th e fun e r a l h ome owner.

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MEET A BODY DELIGHTS AUDIENCE Backstage performers s how sig n s of r elie f afte r a magnificent production. MEMBERS OF THE CAST Marg r et MacGregor. . .............. Debr a Moore Poli cewoma n M cVey ...... . ...... ... L y dia Santiago A IP orkman ................ ........ R o bert Spillings J ohn MacGregor ... ................ Stretch Blanchette Manny Sieglelman ................ ... D o n a ld Byrd A Stranger ...... . . . . Joe G a ttis A Y o un g Man . . . ................. Jim Kunkel A Gentleman ........... ................. Jim Gr ay A G irl ........... . . ............. D onna V a lentine A Lady .......... . . .................. Jud y McLain Tim MacGregor. . ........ ........... lohn Novak Dr. H esto r .................. . ...... L es li e Mare k D etective Sergeant Corey .............. Joe Oberholtz e r On November 21 and 22, 1969, Meet a Body was successf ull y performed in the CBS auditorium. Body is a d e li g htful murder comedy taking place at the Ma cGregor's Funeral P a rl o r. A s tran ger com es, orders his funera l and drops dead. One b y one people appear a t the funera l parlor in response t o invitation s that were sent ea rlier by the deceased The fun begins when bodies drop and mys teri ous happenings begin to occ ur. M ee t a Body was dir ecte d by Mr. Carl Adcock and the s tudent direct or was Ann Kienzle. Offi cer M c V ey, the rookie cop, s u s pi c i o u s l y c heck s around for any s m a ll clues. 57

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58 Sideburns, as worn by P ete Wink elle r among many o f th e hi g h sc h ool boys. p op ul a r CHS STUDENTS FOLLOW DOMINATING FASHION TRENDS Despit e th e Maxi threat, most of the: g i rls s tuck wit h th ei r m ini f ashio n thu s pl cjlsing th e boys.

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R enouncing his long h ai r Bru ce Bacon wea r s a mohawk. Debra Gos ney pro u d l y wears her midi on a v i sit to Devil's Beach. Rob ert J o hnson (ab ove), and Eddie Forsyth ( b e l ow), wear their h air in t une wit h a n internation a l tre nd 59

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60 "DON'T LET IT BE FORGOT QUEEN BARBARA BRADLEY AND HER COURT: Hap Brandenburg Sue Lyman, Stepha ni e Lawson, Steve Gabriel, Jerry Weigle, Barbara, Ronnie Walker Billie Mars h, Frank Martin, Ja ckie Evans. "Ano ther year is passing by, another Prom is here. To some this brings a joyous smile, to others brings a tear. For four years you have trod a path from dawn to setting sun. But now th e path gets steeper and the climb ha s just begun. We're ve' ry g lad to know you, we'll miss you when you're gone. And to the class of '69 we dedicate our Prom The Juniors "An Evenin g in Camelot" was presented by th e Juni or Class in honor of the Seniors The prom was h e ld in the Sky Room on April 26, 1969. For many, it foreshadowed proms to come; for some, it was the s u ccessf ul climax for months of work; and for all the Seniors, it was a prelud e to another jOUl' ney. Master of ceremonies, Dee D eLap p, announced Queen Bar bara Bradley and her court. Barbara was crowned by her e s cort, J erry W e i g le, and they danced the traditi ona l Queen's Dance. The Quee n danced the firs t dance with h e r esco rt.

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.. CAMELOT" Couples sit and li sten for th e official introduction of th e Queen and her Court. "Wher e once it never rained 'til alter sundown, By eight A.M. the morning log had blown. Don't let it be jorgot, that once there was a spot, FOT one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot." Chuck Peterson provides organ music for an evening o f e n c h antmen t. 61

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62 The Girls' Glee Club sings Easter Selections Mr. Car:withen applauds the band's performance at the Christmas con cert. A TOUCH OF SPRING AND CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Decorations were up and the CHS music depart ment was ready to give the audience a touch of spring with the 1969 Spring Concert. The JI. High Band was followed by the Girls' Glee Club who sang Easter selections and fini s hed with a Latin touch singing; "Una Tarde Fresquesita," "El Vito," and "Jamaica Farewell." The CHS Band started under the baton of Douglas McLain, band pres ident and s tudent conductor. MI. Carwithen tben took command and the band played from the classic, "St. Anthony Divertimento" by Haydn, to the popular "Love is Blue." The Christma s Spirit ,vas lifted with the Christmas Concert which was presented December 23. Participat ing were the Jr. High Band, the Girls' Glee Club, and the CHS Band. The highlights of the evening were Mr. Berger's reci t ation of "The Night Before Christmas" with the CHS Band and the candlelight singing of the Girls' Chorus and audience accompanied by the band. The concert proved to be a s uccess, and a party was held afterwards at the Gatun Yacht Club. The Junior High Band at Ihe Spring Concert.

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CHS TALENT SHOW OUTSTANDING SUCCESS AlIen H armon, Dioni s ia Nieves. Lydia Santiago, Jim Gray. and J oe Gattis made up the ac t known as "Shtick" whi ch presented a variety of co m edy s kit s. An amusing comedy and song act was presented by the "Blue Bon n e t Special" consis tin g o f Bre nda Gibson, Brenda Morrison, Donna Barger, Sue M e ntlanhall and Dar y n Barger On F eb ruary 6, 1970, Balboa High School pre sented a t a l e nt s how in the CHS auditorium. Not to be outdone, the students of Cristobal Hi g h School planned and presen ted their own Tale nt Show o n March 12th. The s how ; con s i sting of s ixt een acts in cludin g singing, dan c in g, g uitar playing, and come dy and dramati c skits, was presen t ed to a large crowd in the Cristobal High School auditorium. Ma s ter s of C e r e moni es w e r e Scot Hut c hinson and Robert Novak. The s how was enjoyed by all who attended and plans are now being made to presen t it to th e s tudent s of Balboa Hi g h Schoo!. Musical e nt ertainme nt was provided by Titl Cole, Marian Krede ll Karen Currier, and L ynn Gregg as the "Golden Throats."

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G R A D u A T I o N 64 ALL LOOK FORWARD TO TOMORROW For Seniors, T omo r row i s onl y a Vision an d Y este rd ay i s a Me m ory Man y h a v e pl a nn e d the i r T omorrows, look ing wrw a r d t o coll ege a nd pro f ess ion s But be ca use the i r Tomorrow s a r e o nl y Vis ions, m a ny of their dreams m ay be s hatt e r e d a nd in th e course o f li v i ng, their li ves may tum o ut d iffe r e ntl y tha n they h ad plann e d But if they w ill liv e eac h day comple t e l y an d earnes tly, t h ey ca n m a k e the i r Yester d ays M e m o ri es of H a p pin ess a nd the i r Tomo rrows Visio n s o f H ope. c L A s s o F 1 9 7 o

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DIPLOMAS CLIMAX MEMORABLE YEAR Sadness, as we look back on the wonderful memories and fri ends we have to leave Ever grateful to the faculty and Administration for th e help and und ers tanding they hav e give n us Now that our Senior year has ended, we look forward to greater achievements, new hopes, new exper iences. I mplanted in our memories are the tradition s of Cris tobal and the Spirit of the Tigers. Outstanding goals we might achieve if we s triv e for higher aims. Ready to confron t a new pathway of life to hi gher education and greater challenges to prepare for the future of tomorrow. Four years hav e gone by, four years of hard work with brief intervals of good times, and we find ourselves ready to leave Cristobal to continue our education or to take places in the cOID'llunity As th e time approaches, we recall many of our exciting moments-moments which on .ly a Senior can really en joy-which only a Sen i or can fully understand. 65

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66 One of the l arges t hurdles in life is the cha ll enge of keeping your individ u ality while becoming a valuable part of a team_ This obstacle is made easier by the sports program offered in schooL Here, a student l earns that be is an i mpor t ant member of a team, but only because of hi s spec i a l talent or skill s as an individuaL Teamwork also helps to overcome per sona l grieva n ces and prejudices of the individual through the struggle toward a common goaL 67

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68 row: Doug J e ff eries, Randy Hull, Steve Gabrie l Harry Castro, Dee Delapp, Augusto L a ra, Mik e J e ff eries. Back row: Steve Jdferies, Scot McIver, J e rry Weigle Stre tch Blanch e tte, Jimmy Ford, Joe Cronan, Hap Brandenburg, Coach Louis D edeaux. TIGER CAGERS EXPERIENCE ROUGH SEASON The 1 969 b asketball seaso n wr.s another year of sorrow for CBS. The varsity looked lik e it had all the fine qualities of a top notch team but fell in front of the tide of College and Balboa. The bigges t night of the season was a game against College in whic h the Tigers lo s t by four in a triple over time. Although the y had a l osi n g season, the team fought with determination and displayed the traditional Tiger Spirit t o th e end. Weigle fight s his way in for a lay-up. Castro (31) McIver (40), and Cronan (38), stand ready t o rebound. RIGHT : Stretc h goes up f or the rebound while De Lapp and Mciver look on. VARSITY RECORD CHS. .42 CZC... .. 48 CHS ... 33 BHS .. 49 CHS .... 30 BHS . . 66 CHS ... .47 CZC... ... 51 CHS .... 47 BHS ......... 74 CHS .... 60 CZC .......... 48 College Tournam ent CHS .... 56 CZC ...... 60 trip l e overti m e Clement stea l s it again. JUNIOR VARSITY TRIUMPHS The Cr i s tobal Bigh School J unior Var s ity basket ba ll team h ad a very successf ul seaso n in 1969. The were the Canal Z?ne Jun ior Varsity Champioris witi: a record of fIve wms and one loss. The s uccess of the team was ba sed on a good t eam J.V. RECORD CHS ........ 35 CHS. .30 CHS ........ 43 CHS ........ 42 CHS ........ 46 CHS ........ 46 *o v e r l ime CZC BHS BHS CZC BHS CZC ......... 3 1 ......... 38 ..... 29 .16 3 1 ..... 44 effort,. good balan ce, and good ben c h s upport. The TIger junIor Var s ity team was ab l e t o fight ba c k from behmd ,!n severa l occasions and was also ab l e t o play s t ea dy ball when the g ame was very clo se and the pressure was on. 69

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70 Cri s t o bal Tiger s tack l e no. 21 from Balboa on the 4 0 yard lin e. 20th ANNUAL JAMBOREE KICKOFF BEGINS 1969 FOOTBALL YEAR

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Cris t o b a l d e f e n se s moth ers Coll ege f o r a l oss. S e pt. 19 S ept. 26 O ct. 10 O ct. 1 7 N o v 7 Nov. 14 JAMBOREE CHS ....... 1 8 BHS . 0 CHS. .... 0 CZC .... 6 BHS. .. 0 CZC .... 0 CHS .... ... 6 CZC CHS .... . 1 8 BHS .... . .10 . . 6 8 ... 0 CHS ...... . O CZC ... CHS. 2 0 BHS PALM BOWL AIls tar s .... 20 CZC . ...... 1 3 R andy Hull m a k es a lst down. 71

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TIGER VICTORIES RESULT OF TEAM WORK The Tigers of 1969-70 started off the year as a new team having lost eight starters from last year's squa d. As usual the Tigers came out fighting. They score d more points in the Jamboree than any other team but lost because of the new IUle which awarded the Jamboree victory to the team winning the most quarters. The Tigers were after their third Jamboree win in a row. CHS then lost a hard fought game to CZC by a 10 score. In the second game of the season the Tigers beat Balboa 200 In the third game the Green Devils won over the Tigers by a score of 8-0. Balboa again was the victim of the CHS team by a 19-6 score. The Palm Bowl was won by the All Stars 21-13 over a strong College team. In competition with Balboa the Tigers had a total of 11 wins and only 3 losses and 2 ties in the last eight years, and against College CHS had 6 wins, 7 los ses, and 3 ties during the same eight years. In competition with the SDAC team the Tigers had 8 wins and 0 los ses. Thi s year's victories were the results outstanding team work on the part of each membel' on the Tiger Squad. Tigers on the All-Zone team were : Joe Cronan, Neil Patton, Clay Dowell, Wally Russon, William Huffman and Luis Domenech. Front row: John Ibarra, Zan Green, Billy Deaton, Jan William Murphy Chris Cox, Tony Ibarra, Dan Knauss, Gary Scheibe, Ernes t Abresch, Carlos Brown, Mike Spagna. Middle row: Jim Jackson, John Meek er, Brandt Irion, Warren Phillips, Louis Va.1dez, Ben n y Arcand, Arnaldo Mendez, Frank Berry, Brian Allen, Win s hip Dowell, Jo e Rozmeski, Mike lohnson, Mark Gibson, Mike Barg er, Randy Hull Cubby Clement, Lui s Dome nech Willie Cummings. Standing: Coach Litton, Oscar Ortiz, Wally Russon, Nelson E sc ribano, Willie Huffman Peter Swain, Robert Blo e mer, Charles Christian, Jim Stuart, John Carli s le, Robert Phillips, Gart Rigg s, Harry Townsend, D o nald Olsen, David Diaz BiIl,Bievins, Thomas Pur s ley. Tony H erre ra, Rob ert Novak, Scott Mciver, Joe Cronan, Niel Patton, Clay Dowe ll Coach Dedeaux. 72

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RIGHT: Standing: Chris Loiz eaux, J ean Bass e tt Coni e Clemons, Sharon Smith. Sitting: Susan M endenhall, Beverly Olson Edith Mar s h Mari a Boo ne. Not pi c tured : J o Oliver D ebbie Lyman Linda Hodgson, Su sa n Za c hery. 74 !JJJJJJJJ ____ __ ABOVE: "On your mark get set swimmers get prepa r e d. BELOW : The compet it ors are off to a good s t art. th e coach as t h e C.R S SWIM TEAM GIVES LEFT: Standing: Dan Knau ss, C hri s Cox, 1 0hn Car lisle, J erry Wall. Sitting: Bill Bloe m er, Bill Le Doux Hay Matlhews, Jo e Smith Mike Spagna, Fre d Knauss, Mike Byrd. Not pictured: Steve Cross. After a race, tired swimme r s gasp for their breath.

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COMPETITION TOUGH SEASON This year the Tiger s had three practice meets before the championship meet was held on December 19 1969. In spite of the effort and hard work, not enough fir st places were won to qualify the Tiger s as champions. The following were the scores at the meets : November 21 at Balboa Girls: BHS-54, CHS-26, CZC-15. Boys: BHS-74, CHS-23. December 5 at Balboa Girls: BHS-57, CHS-25, CZC-15. Boys: BHS-61, CHS-30. December 12 at Cristobal Girls: BHS-62, CHS-17, CZC-15. Boys: BHS-66, CHS-29. Championship Meet-December 19 at Cristobal Girls: BHS--45, CHS-35, CZC-15. Boys: BHS-54, CHS-4L The leading competitors for the girls during the seaso n were: Chris Loizeaux Kathy Dockery, Debbie Lyman and Sharon Smith. Leading the boys team were: Steve Cross, Robert Bloemer, and Bill LeDoux. Steve Cros s set a new record in the 100 yards breast stroke of 1:15.7. LEFT: Speed is of the utmo s t import,ancc f o r these four sw imm ers r ac ing c l ose ly again s t lim e and each ot h er. .75

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76 CHS THINCLADS ON ALL ZONE TEAM Coach Robert Agee's track squad sported some out s tanding performer s thi s year. Niel Patton, J r_ tied a C.Z. high school record in the 220 wtih a t ime of 22:7. He won both the 220 and 100 ill the Champion ship Meet and won the l ong jump and ran on the winning 880 medl ey relay t eam in the Balboa Relays. Billy Deaton was undefeated in the 440 and ran on the winning relay team also in the Ba l boa Relays Will Huffman set a discus record in the Balboa Relays with a throw of 134 ft. He also won the shot eve nt. N i e l Bi lly, and Will were n amed to the All Zone Tra c k Team. Billy Deaton wins the 220 THE TRACK RECORD 1 st Meet 2nd Meet Champions hip Meet Balboa Relays CHS . . 42 BHS .. 75 CHS .... 66 ClC ... 49 BHS .... 71 CHS . 53 ClC .... 21 BHS .... 54 CHS ... 47 ClC .... 22 RCHS ... 16 PHS ... 12 Stretch Blanchette makes his last attemp t i n the high jump.

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Front r ow : Cubby Clement, Greg Gogue n Jim F a rringt o n Bill Deaton, J oe l Lee, Frank Cicch e tto. Middle r ow: Mik e Apodaca, Car 10s Brown, Ernest Ab r esc h Jua n Sanchez, Arnald o M e n dez, Mike Min eha rt. Ba c k TOW: Neil P a tton Mit c h Blanc'h etlc Joe C r o n an, Luis Dome n ec h Will Huffm a n, Rick Powers, Andr e w Foshee, R obert Tschumy, Absent from th e picture i s Coa c h Robert Agee. ABOVE: In a r e lay race agains t colleg e Bill GiI1espi e r eaches back t o gras p th e baton from th e hand o f Fra nk Cicc hetto LEFT: Will Huffman sco res poin t s for CHS in the s h o t pUL 77

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78 INEXPERIENCE HURTS TIGER CHANCES The Cristobal High School Tiger baseball team was made up of mostly new p l ayers this year. The only returning veterans from last year's championship team were Neil Patton, D ave Robertson, and Joe Cronan. The team looked good a t times but wit h all the in-Coac h Litton R obe rt Phillips experienced players it was hatd to playa comple te ball game without making the mistakes that would beat a team. Next year's team sho uld be better with mos t of the players returning and with a year's ex perience. Dave R ober t so n

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Sitting: Mike Jeffries (manager). Front row: Clement, Hull, Aponte. Middle row; But1er, Cronan, DeLap!?, Robertson, Patton, Huffman Back row: Stevens, Dowell, Phillips, Ibarra, Phillips, Coach Litton. BASEBALL SCORES CHS ........ 3 BHS .......... 4 CHS ..... ... 1 CZC .......... 8 CHS ....... 2 CZC ......... 5 CHS ....... 0 BHS .... . . . 7 CHS ....... 2 BHS ....... . 3 CHS ........ 1 CZC . ...... . 4 CHS ........ 0 CZC ......... 15 CHS ........ 1 BHS ...... ... 3 Hull attempts to make the tag on Robertson sliding into second as Cronan backs up the p lay. .79

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80 Standing: Coach Hoffman, Walter I1und, C lay Dowell Mike D ex t e r Gary R o bertson . Kn eeli n g: Dou g Jeffri es, Mike Snider, Oscar Ortiz, Dee D e Lapp. Mik e Dexter begin a se t with a power Cul serve. TENNIS TEAM MAKES GOOD SHOWING The Cristobal Hi g h School Tenni s team fini s hed sec ond this yea r in the Int erscho la st i c Championships h e ld in Di a blo Heights. The CHS team compi l e d three points, CZC none, and the Balboa t eam cap tur e d the c h a mpion s hip with a total of four points. Those boys scor in g for CHS in the c hampion ship meet were Mik e Dext e r-#l Singles Champion, Dee DeLapp-#3 Singles Champion, and the # 1 Doubles c hampi o n s hip t ea m was made up of Mike D exter and Doug J effr ies. Th e t eam made a very good s howing in this meet a nd represented CHS very well. During the regular season the Tigers defeated Cana l Z one College 5-1 and los t t o Balboa 4 3 The following boys were the main s t ays of the CHS tennis t eam this year: Mik e Dext er, Clay Dowell Walter Ilund, Dee DeLapp, Dou g .Jeffries, and Mike Snider. W alter I1und, C l ay Dowell, and Mik e Dexter are r ecog n ized as Cristobal's m os t valuable tenni s pl aye rs.

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"A" AND "B" LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL "A" LEAGUE Standing: Judy Dohle, Shelly Lund, D ebb ie R eyno lds, Carol T o r s l enson Ana R e y es, S u e M endenha ll Kneelin g: Evelyn L egrand Brid ge t Howard, Jean H ousley P a l s y Au stin. Silling: K athy Dock ery (cap tain). The 1969-1970 interscholastic volleyball season b ega n Tu esday, J an uary 1 3 at the Balboa gymna sium_ BHS won ihe "A" L eag u e match 15-12, 16-13_ J ea n Hou s l ey was the hig h point scorer_ On J an u ary 16 CHS d efe ated CZC 15-10 11-15, and 15-8. Ana Reyes score d the mos t points in thi s match_ Th e thi rd m a t c h was played Jan uary 27 and BHS def ea t e d the Ti gresses 15-9, 15-12 Th e leading scor ers for CHS wer e Bridget Howard and Kathy Docke ry_ The l ast mat c h was played Januar y 3 0 with the CZC t eam the vic t or. She ll y Lund and Carol T ors t enson made the most points for CHS_ Th e "A" Lea g u e ended the season with one win and three lo sses. Th e B Lea g u e won o n e o ut of thr ee against Bal boa. On J anuary 1 3, Balboa won 15 0 13-15 and 15-9 Th e second mat c h was pla y ed on Janu ary 27 and the CHS t ea m d efea t e d Balboa 15-1 3 15-1 3. The la s t mat c h J anuary 30, was won b y BHS 9 5, 15-10, and 1 5-6. Hig h score r in the f ir s t m a t c h was J ea n Smith. In the second match J ea n Smith an d Aurelia Wil liam s tie d for scorin g honors, an d Debbi e R owley and Barbar a B l oemer J e d the ir t ea m in the l as t mat c h Standing : Jan e Dohl e, Cathy Carli s le, Debbie Rowley. Barharara Bloemer, Titi Cole. Kneeling: Na n cy Edm o n dso n Marlene Rice, Jean Smit h Connie Clemons. Silting: Aurelia Wil li ams (captain) B LEAGUE 8 1

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82 "A" LEAGUE BECOMES '69 BASKETBALL CHAMPS Mrs. Harris s h ows symptoms o f fatigu e Deb bie Moo r e Kathy Dock ery converse with her. Sitting: K athy Dockery, Carol Tortenson. Kneeling: Evelyn L egrand, Hilda Otero, Brenda Morrison, Maria Lopez, Patsy Austin. Standing: Mrs. Harris, Debbie Moore, Ana Rey es, Debbie R ey nolds, Bridget Howard, Sue Mend en hall. A jump ball between Ana Reyes and a n oppo nent. Cristobal High School's "A" League girls' basketball team won the 1969 Canal Zon e Basketball Championship, it s first vi ctory in six years. Th ey achieved thi s by winning four of th e five ga mes. Among th e reasons for the g irl s s u ccess were sportsma n ship, compatibility, tellm spir it, and. a strong dete rm ination to win Other import an t factor s were the ex p ert coac hin g of Mrs. Harris, the ab l e leader s hip of Captain K a th y D oc k ery and Co-captain Carol Tort enson. Encouraged by thei r success, the g irl s have visions of victory next season. It 's a long way to the ba ske t bJ.11 Car o l T orte n so n shoots with co nfid ence.

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"B" LEAGUE GAINS EXPERlENCE Standing: Judy Dohle (manager), Jose phine Oliver, Nan c y Gregg, Debbi e Rowley (co-captain), Connie Clemons, Jan e Dohl e, Beth Wainio, Aur e lia Williams ( co-ca ptain). P atty Snider. D ebbie R o wl ey and Conni e Clemons lea p r o r a jump b a ll tosse d by Mrs. Harris during practice. Cristobal "B" League team met with di sappointme nt thi s year. A lmost the ent i re t ea m was comprised of inex p er i e nced players who felt the pres s ur e under game conditions. Th e team, howe v er, mus t be give n c r e dit for its fig hti ng sp irit. Many of the g irls ex pres se d a desire to partici p a t e in e ither the "A" League o r the "Bi L eag ue agai n next year. Thu s the girl s' ba s ket ball t eam ca n well expec t a winning seaso n in the fall of 1970 Mrs Har ris wishes to express her' gra titud e to the t eam co capt ain s who were Aure lia Williams a nd De b bi e Rowl ey. "B" L eague m embers practice their bas k etball with t h eir new uniform s. 83

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84 Students participating in the var ious organizations have taken a big s tep in the journey of life. As a member of an organization, one realizes that creativity is not enough to carry a proje c t through. Creativity must be tempered by practicality so that the project will serve its purpose, yet still retain the flair that marks it as a thinking man;s project. Students in volved in organizational work tend to be drawn together as they realize that man is not self-sufficient. 85

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86 Lana Boone, Michael Dexter, Jeannette Cox, Robert Phillip s, Michele Greene, and James Cox a r e initiated. Eileen Ridge These initia ti ons make me thirsty!" "THE NOW GENERATION" IS THEME The Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor Society is composed of students who have shown superior traits of charac ter, scholarship, leadership and service These honored stu dents must also have at least a 3.00 grade average. At the first initiation, which is held in the fall, only seniors are selected. This year, three girls were "tapped." They were: Anne Kienzle Sarah Pritham, and Carmen Rivera. For the second held in the s pring, the traditional tapping cere mony was substituted by a new approach. Following the theme, "Now Generation," a rock band opened the assembly After a speech describing how the four cr it eria are s hown by members of the "Now Generation," the initiating t ook place. A question and answer p e riod condu c ted by the old members revealed the nam es of the new members. They were : Lana Boone, James Cox, Jeannette Cox, Michael Dexter, Michelle Greene, and Robert Phil lips. To conclude thi s second initiation, our principal Mr Maedl, was initiated as an honorary member. Th e spo n sor of thi s reputable organization is Mr. Gansen.

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Le slie Marek "taps" Mr. Mae dl. F SECOND NHS INITIATION Lana Boon e and J e ann ette Cox. / keep tellin g you thaI / was nOl SCllred!" Seated: J ohn Carl i s l e Cary R o b e rtson Standing: Carme n Rive ra Leslie M a r ek, Ei lee n Ridge, Sa rah Prilham, M a ria Cedeno, Ward Ann e Ki e nzle. 87

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88 FRENCH CLUB BOARDS PASSENGER LINER DURING FRENCH WEEK Th e purpo se of the French Club sponso r ed by Mr s Gegg, i s t o s timul a t e a n inter es t in the French Lan g u age, cultur e, and hi s t o ry. To be a member of the clull a s tud e nt mus t carry a 3 average in Fre n c h and must b e e nroll e d in Fre n c h III. Members s peak only French at the meeting s Thi s yea r the m e mb ers visite d th e pa sse nger lin e r "La Fran ce" to cel ebrate French Week. 1. S u san Zac h ry 2. Dian e H au k e 3. Nancy Edmo n dso n 4. D enise Fosh ee 5 D o l o res Sa nti ag o 6. Patty H a uk e 7 Judy S imm ons 8. Ca rm e n ci l a B utl e r, hi s torian 9. Mrs. Ri efko hl ass't .sponsor 10. Shei la E n dara 11. J ea n e ll e Cox 12. S usan Burge 13. M a ri a Cedeno, p r esident 14. linda Hess 15. Mr s Cegg, sponso r 16. Pa u lette l o rdi 1 7 K a th y Doc k ery, sec r e tary tr easure r 18. K athy Hess 19. Rit a Bovland 20. M a rt a Anto n 21. Aure lia Willi ams 22. M a rilza Tho mas Not pi c tured: Evely n LeGrand, vice-p resident FRANCAIS ;) "Miss Fran ce" (Eve l y n leGrand) mak es a g rand entrance t o t h e hi g h sc hool ca f e t e ria a nd sig n s a ut o graphs.

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SPANISH CLUB POPULAR AT CHS The main purpose of the Spanish Club is to bring t oget her the Spa ni sh spea kin g s tudent s and to offer an opportunity for it s members to in crease their un der s t and in g of Latin America and to become more fami l iar wit h the Republi c of Panama. The members also tut or s tudent s who have diffi c ultie s in Spanish. Spanis h C l ub p r e s ident I vette Marti nez hel ps Mart a Anton wi t h researc h The Spani s h Club, sponsored by Mrs. Elfers, had a hi gh members hip thi s year. The club met o n ce a w ee k and conduc t e d all its meetings in Span i s h 1. Luis Lee 2. James Stuart 3. 4 5 Mark Hanley 6 7. Michae l Mine h eart 8. Judy Simmons 9 Isaac H e r es 10. Marta Anton 11. Aida Font 12. Elici a Mcint yre 13. She i l a Alberga 14. Ivelte M a rtin e z IS. Sandr a Alb e r g a 16. Mrs Elf e r s 17. Lilian Quint ero 18. Linda Arnhe itcr 19. Jenny W i rtz 20. Aleida Montenegro 21. She ila Endara 22. Carme n c ila Butle r 23. Raul Castro 24. Amanubi a Austin 25. Hilda O l ero 26. Doug Stev e n s 27. Patty Hauke 28. Maria F ont 29. Rog elio Noli Not pictured: Maria Cede n o Vice president: Carm e n But l e r TreaSlJ.re T: Jenny Wirtz S e cretary : Patly Hauk e President: I v ette Martin e z 89

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90 CARIBE CLUB SPONSORS STUDENT TEACHERS' DAY Seated: Paulette lordi Joe Rozneski, Carmen Butler, Jacki e Parker, Maria Cedeno--Secretary, Leslie MarekPresident, Jimm y ButlerVice Pr esident, Eileen Ridge-Historian. Standing: Ann Gonzales, Cindy Cottrell, Linda Brock, Denise Foshee, Maria Boone, Barbara Banks, Christie Loizeaux, Anne Kienzle Karen Westerberg, I vette Martinez, Jeanette Cox, Michelle Greene, Lana Boone, Vickie Kauf er, Rita Boyland, Jackie Springer, Barbara Hartman, Harry T ownsend, Patty H auke Maritza Thomas, Aurelia William s, and Mrs. GeggSponsor. Seated, back row: Robert Phillips, K athy DeRaps, James Farrington, Jim Gray, Kathy Dockery, John Carlisle, and Evelyn LeGrande. Ivette Martinez, a member of the Caribe Club. tutors Clifford Couts, a seventh-g r ade student, in mathematics. The purpose of the Caribe Club, or Future Teach ers of America, is to promote a better un derstanding of the teachin g profession_ All stu dents who have a "B" average are invited to join_ They are initiated at the Initiation Banquet, h e ld in November of each year. This year the club s pon so red Teacher's Apprec iation Day in honor of the .faculty of CHS. Each teacher was presented with candy and a poem, and cookies were placed in the teachers' lounge. The member s also spo nsored the highly successful Student Teacher s Day on which stu dents took over classe s for the first four periods of the day. In March the Caribe Club memb ers visited Coco Solo Elementary School in order to observe various teachin g methods. The club mem bers also tutor students have difficulty with var ious subjects.

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LANGUAGE LAB OPERATED BY TRI-LINGUAL STUDENTS The L anguage Lab Club at Cristobal Hi g h School is made up of s tudent s who are tri-lingual and know how t o operate the equipment in the language lab The club has meetings on Friday of each week. Thi s year the members of t he club v isited th e Ital ian liner "Donnezetti." They also sponsored a dance held at the Fort Gulick Teen Club on May secon d 91

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92 CARIBBEAN STAFF OVERCOMES ALL OBSTACLES Seated: J ean nell e Cox (co-editor), Lana Boone_ Standing: LiQda Newman, Ive tt e M arti n ez, Ricardo Oli ver, Ann Lauritzen_ Anne Kienz l e (co-editor) The yearbook staff ha s a great re s pon s ibility when it undertak es to produce the Caribbean. Editin g a is not an easy t ask. It involve s a lot of res earch, imagination persistence, and organization. Th e s taff m ember mus t work after sc ho o l and a t hom e if he i s to achieve hi s goal. Although it i s a lot of troubl e, everyone who works on the Caribbean Staff finds his efforts adequately reward e d on the day he r ece ives his cop y of the pub lished Caribbean. The sponsor of the Yearbook Staff was Mr. Koziol. Lunch and w o rk are combined by Deborah Gos n e y, Rica rdo Oliv e r and Linda New man.

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JOURNALISM CLASS PRODUCES TRADEWIND Wallace Russon, Sylvia Vamprine, Carol Torstenson, Alice Crouch, Russell Oberholtze r Sheila Dance r Karen Westerberg, Danny Robinson. Mr. Dobbins Sharon Ray and Tommy Southerland "We like to work together!n Robert Novak, James Spears, Patti PiUne, Alfonso Montenegro, Sharon Ray, Tommy Southerland. The s truggle to put out a paper is generally unknown to the average person. The Tradewind goes through this struggle every month, coming out with a paper that is filled with articles, e di torials, and occasional cartoons. This year the Tradewind was s ponsored by Mr. Dobbins and driven by a select group of students. They worked on the paper during journalism class and after schoo!. Alfonso Montenegro, Carol Torstenson, Sheila Dancer, Robert Novak, and James Spears. Sylvia V ampr ine and Wallace Ru ss on "We like to work tOGether UfO!" "'oin our lau ghi n!" 93

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94 ART CLUB DESIGNS MURAL Art C lub members are: Allen Harmon, Dionisia Nieves, Lydia Santiago, Barbara Hartman, Daryn Barge r Donna Barger, and Debra Polite The Art Club is "Open to all senior high students interested in the creative arts. Its main function is to provide an opportuni t y for students to express their creative talents o ut side the classroom environment and to ex hibit their works. The dub also p l ans pro grams and projects in which members can develop their potentials for creat i vity, under standing, and appreciation of art. This year the sponsored an ex hibit during the last week of April and de signed a m u ral covering an en t ire wall. ART CLUB OFFICERS: Lydi a Santiago, vice-pres i dent; secretary; Allen Harmon, preside nt.

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SAFETY CLUB ENCOURAGES SAFETY PRACTICES The Safety Club was formed in order to encourage safe t y practices amo 'ng the studen ts. It ha s the responsibi lity of ar ranging fire drills and safety demon s tra tion s at Cristobal High School. Thi s or ganiza t ion is sponsored by Mr. R eeves, assiste d by Mr. McCullough. Seated: Mr. McCullough D e bbie Coe, D e nise Ward. Standing: Jame s Cox, Debbie Meeker, Mr. Reeves, Ray J ac.kson, Bill Allen DRIVING TRAINING COURSE IS POPULAR The Driver Trainin g course i s one of the most popular at CHS. It is a short course given severa l times during the school year an d in the summer. Mr. Reeves i s the t eacher of this a [ter school course. A police off i ce r g ives a talk to "Mr. R eeves' Driver Education class. 95

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96 OUTSTANDING MALE ATHLETES COMPOSE "c" CLUB Front row: Robert BIOt:m er, Harry Town se nd, W a ll ace Russon, Wa1ter IIund, William Huffman, Bra n dt Irion, Mitchell Blanchette, lohn Carlisle. Second TOW: R ober t Phillip s G ary Rigg s, Coach D edea ux, P e ter Swain, Th omas Purs ley, Steve Cross. Billy Deat on, O sca r Ortiz, Luis Domen ec h Members not pictured: Cal e b Clemen t J oe Cronan, Cyril D e Lapp, C lay D owe ll, Nelson E sc rib a no, R a nd olph Hull, N e il Patton D a vid R obertson Anyone int e r es t e d in knowin g who the o ut s t a ndin g male athl e t es in C.H S are, will most likely find them in the c Club. Th e r e are 24 m embe r s in thi s club, w ho se s pon sor is Coach D e d ea ux. E ac h m e mb e r ha s been a l et t e rman befor e b e ing el ec t ed to the organization Th e "c" Club initiation whic h is h e ld twice in the school year, i s o n e of the mos t int eres ting o n es in school. Th e initiat es mu s t obey all the commands given t o them by the o ld members These commands a r e u s uall y the p erfo rmanc e of e mbarrassing acrobatic feats without r ega rd to spectators. Thi s club also ass i s t s the G .A. A Club in s p o n soring th e H omeco min g Dan ce. Neith e r locatio n n o r spectators can preve nt Robert Phillips, Thoma s Pur s ley, and Willi a m Huffm a n from bein g initiated

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Front r ow : Aureli a William s K aren Currier, Heidi Sweeney, J a n Bjorn e by, J ean Smit h Sbelley Lund a nd N a ncy Edmondson. Middle r ow: D e b o r a h Dun can, and Deborah Rowley. Back row: Oita W o rkman, Eve lyne Legrand, Kathleen D ockery, and P a trici a Aus tin GAA MEMBERS REFEREE ALL INTRAMURAL SPORTS The Girls' Athletic Association i s the female counterpart of the "c" Club. The latt er one ass i sts the form e r in s ponsorin g the H omec omin g D ance. To be a member o f the G.A .A., a g irl must l ette r in one or two sports and participat e in all intramural sports She must also go throu g h a tr ying initi at ion si mila r to the one of the c" Club, except that s he ha s to wear some sort of ridiculou s attir e With the h e lp of their s ponsor, Mrs. Harris, the members of the G.A.A. referee all intramural sports. Aur elia Williams and initiate Susan Men denhall. "/ love th e G A .A J love th e G.A.A.! [ love lhe G.A .A.!" 97

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98 Patti P aine and Judy Mclain arrang e Christmas gift packages for the ch ildr en of Los Negros. NURSES AIDES CLUB PROMOTES INTEREST IN MEDICAL PROFESSIONS The Nurses Aides Club see ks to pro mote in its members an int e r es t in nur sing and in other m e di ca l professions. To carry out thi s purpose, it organizes field trip s to different kind s of hospitals suc h as Corozal, Gorgas, a nd Palo Seco. It a lso presents films on various medical fields and invites g u est speake rs to its meetings. Thi s year the two guest spea ker s were, Mr. Tomlin, the chief m e di ca l technologi s t at Coco Solo Hospital, and Mrs. McDonnell, the school nur se The club's most important event is the traditional field trip to Los Negros I s land in Gatun Lake where the members distribute Chri s tmas gifts to each c hild. Thi s c ha ri table eve nt is plann e d many weeks in advance. Ea c h g irl selects a child to whom s he gives a gift, and all the g irls collect used clothing, food, and toy s for all the c hildren Wh en all the preparations are finished, the g irl s embark on a launch lent by the Port Captain's office in order to r eac h their d es tination. Banquets and initiations form als o part of the club's activities. Front r ow: Sylvia V a mprin e, B everly Olsen, J acque lin e Parker, Judy Mclain (presiden t ), Jeann ette Cox (secretary), Debra Gosney. Cente r r ow: Irma Monclova, Mard ette Gamer, Patti Paine, Myrna Gallardo, Olga Gonzalez, Esther Gonzalez, R obi n Hart shorn, Terri Overstreet, Nan cy Ridge, Mrs. Pfau (spo n sor), Nancy Huson. Third r ow: Brenda Egger, Chery l Caudill, Patricia Hauk e, Aminta Cobb, Iv cite Cummings, Susan Zachary, Noelia Ortiz, Damaris Torres,Melinda Brown, Maria Nieves, Genevieve B e lgr ave.

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PINK GIRLS SERVE COMMUNITY NtJdia Ortiz and l\'fr. B yrd, Iht! fir s t aid in s tru c t or, d e mon s trat e an arm s ling o n lrma M o nclova Beverly Olsen and Brenda Egger model their Pink Gi.rls uniforms. The Pink Girls are members of the Nurses Aides Club that volunteer their services at Coco Solo Hos pital during summer vacation. Aside from having to belong to the Nurses Aides Club, the Pink Girls must take a first aid course at CHS and undergo one week of trainin g with a reg istered nurse at Coco Solo Hospital. After being trained, the girls can work in the pediatric, men's, and women's wards, the out patient clinic, the laboratory the x-ray section, and in the cen tral s teril e s up ply room. The Pink Girls are required to work five hours a day five days a week, and sixteen weeks. The sponsor of the "Pinkies" is Mrs. Howard. She supervises the Pink Girls' gr aduation s which are held as school assemblies. This year the graduation was on December 4 Beverly Olsen, Donna Barger, Brenda Egger, Deborah Gosney. Jeannette Cox, Jacqueline Parker, Nancy Huson Daryn Barger, and Brenda Morris o n 99

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100 CHS THESPIANS SPONSOR TALENT SHOW MEMBERS OF CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL THESPIAN TROUPE 217, Donna Valentine, John Carlisle, Eileen Rid ge, Leslie Marek, Cathy Carlis le. Donald Byrd, Ann e Kienzl e, Lydia Santiago, Jud y McLain, Joe Gattis, and the spo nsor Mr. Adcock. OFFICERS OF TROUPE 217: J ohn Carlisle, Treasur e r ; Anne Kienzl e, Presid e nt: Eileen Ridge Vic e Pr es ident; and Jud y Mc Lain, S ec r e tary The Int ernationa l Th esp ian Society is a seco nd a ry sch ool o r ga nization dedicated to furthering the theater arts. Troupe 217 was the first branch of the organization at Cristobal High School. It is a lso one of the o ldest in the U nited States. This yea r, Troupe 217 s ponsored a production of the play, Meet a Body" and the highly success ful talent s how. A person may become a member of the Int erna tion al T hespi an Soc i e t y after having performed one hundr e d h o ur s of excellent work in at lea s t two phases of the dramati c arts.

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Governor L e b e r (w ea ring s wimmin g trunks) and a mem o b e r o f his s taff. Th e Youth Cou n cil was formed for the purpose of a d vising tho se adult s who are co n ce rned with govel11ing the Canal Zon e, spec ifi ca ll y, the Governor and hi s advisor s, a s to the d es i res and co mp l aints of t h e Canal Z o n e youth. Althou g h the representatives were chosen thr o u g h the school sys t em, they are in no way co nnect ed with the school or it s activities but are co ncern e d with a n y preva l ent probl e m of young p eo ple. All Council s co n s i s t of s i x m e m ber s of which one i s chose n to att end s ched ul e d m ee tin gs with the Governor. Charter m embe r s from Cri s tobal Junior Senior Hi g h Schoo l w e r e: John Carli s l e, Gary Rob ertso n, Vicki K a uf e r D enise Ward, P a m Moe bu s, and Eunice Zachry. It i s hop e d tha t the c r e ation of.these gro up s will f urth e r efforts at com muni ca tion b etween the Canal Zon e Gov e rnment and its youth GOVERNOR 'S YOUTH COUNCI L CREATED GOVERNOR LEBER ENJOYS YOUTH COUNCIL OUTING J o hn Carlisle i s greeted by the governo r Euni ce Zachry a n d P a m M ochus return from a s p l as h

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102 The journey of life is made easier by the ability to get along with one's fellow workers, friends, and neigh bors. This i s first learned in high school, where one learns to identify with all members of hi s class; stu dents with different ap titud es working at the same courses

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H. R. 206: Anne H erri ng, Trina Ferguson, Pam Bill Swee ny, R a m o nita Vidr o H. R. 206: Ana Sa nti ago, R eat h e r Christian, Jo e Swank Mrs. Phillips, Sandy May, Anne Norval, R osa Munoz. ABOVE: H R 206: Susan M cCullo ugh Fred Wainio, Mim s BELOW: Bonito Th o mas J an Riester, Armando Luna, Jim F ee ley, Gloria Good, Patly Newb u ry. H R. 206: Kim M arohl, Paula Vaught Nell y Arca ln, Kathy Risch, Tom O 'Donn ell, L arry Dixon. 104 BE LOW RIGHT : Ric h a r d Green, Ri c hard Scha u b, Brian Moncivias, Wayne Daily, Rene e Ramirez, Mr. J acobs, Beth Snider, J a na Loizeux, Barbara Y erxa H. R. 203: L eslie Recio, George De J es u s David Th ompson, R a nd y Matth ews, Vic ki May, Susa n Au s tin Cons t a n ce Moore. H R. 203: Bruce Perra Walter C u m min gs, Albert Fa u be r Juli a R obe rtson Mr. G rubb s Anne Mills, Roy Douglas. H. R. 306: Front r ow: Mic h ae l Barbara Baitel, Li z Borj a Back TOW: Ann Mills Charlene H as him oto Patri cia Mansfield M ary Ri c hmond, Shery l Smith, Pam Farmer, L or i Flor es. H R. 306: Fi r st r ow: J ose Rodriguez, Bill Allen C liff o rd Couts. Second row: Al exis Nieves, Euni ce Zachry Loui s Luna Alfred Sandrock. H R. 306: S u san Gilbert Barbara H iggins, C hri s Mitch ell, Mr. C h es h ire, Michael Boswell, R obert Lowell, Michael Clie tte, Robert C u rrier. 105

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HOMEROOM 302 JUNIOR HIGH S. A.: Mr. Jacobs, advi s or, Cheri Hieronymus, pre s id e nt, Carol Baker, vice -pr eside nt, D e ohi e Carey, secre tarytreasurer. 106 HOMEROOM 302 ABOVE LEFT: Theresa Chacon, Renee Cliette, Dian e Danc er, Mi c h e l e Darcy, Joyc e Jano!:ik J eanne Cal kins. ABOVE RIGHT: Jose Rodriguez, Elisa Brown, Cindy Apodaca J o ho Cruz Kevin Scott, Reginald Robinson David Gooi e r. LEFT: Frank Rork e, Dori s H ogaboam, Sarah Polite, Mic ha e l Galla g h e r Mrs Knight, Rob e rt Day, Scott Parker, Kathy Murphy, Sherry Ale xaitis. H. R. 208: Pam Hu s b and, B e th Burge ss, Mr s H o ward, Kevin Atki n s on Debbie Coe, Rhonda Stru be.

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HO MEROOM 209 ABOVE: Froni : Robert Brockm a n, William Par sons Sam O'N ea l Mik e Jeffries. Back: Mr. Hol loway. Dan Gree n T homas H arris. R IGHT: T roy H ernandez, Chico Ubben, Drum mond McNaughton, Ramo n Ubbe n Christophe B e n so n J ames Colli ns. HOMEROOM 305: Dia n a Huiz, K at h y Ba l mer, D e borah C h es h ire, Mrs. Riefkoh l C o nn i e C l emens, Ni n a Gercic h HO MEROOM 308: Mrs. M ee h a n Peter Sanchez, Dona ld Brown, Jimmy Huffman, and Alexis Coleman. HOMEROOM 308 LEFT: William J ime nez, Phil Miller, Bruce Jackson M a r v in H a rr e ll Denni s Wood, J e r ry S h annon, David Tute. BELOW: Fr ont row: B udd y Amb urn Ca rl Bowers, Iv a n Normandia, Earl Bundy, Back r ow : Cristoba l Munoz, Robert Stem, Cliffo r d Gabrie l Ronald Hurlbut, Steven Mims, J orge Padro, Charles L ayton. HOMEROOM 121 107

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H. R. 307: Karen H arde n Carol Baker, Sheryl Ruoff, Steve Farmer, Cheri H. R. 305: Cheyenne Ri vera, Karen Currier, Mrs. Ri ef kohl, Hi e r o n ymus, J an i e Moore. Eve l y n Barraza. Eddi e Solis, Nina Gercich H. R. 305: D ebbie J ackson Ann S ummerlin, K athy D exter Cindy H. R. 307 : Vebbie Mrown, Mary Ann P a l mer, Ann e Crouch, Runni o n William Dixon, Steve Kardon sky. Mrs. Burbine. 108 H. R. 307: Seated: Michae l Ingr am, I saac Ruiz, Robert Cintron, Ana Ubben. Standing: P a m ela Bridw ell, Deborah Carey, Karen J o nes, Mrs. Tyska Daniel Mineha rt, Michael Evans Ramon Ubben, Rebecca Gewin. H. R. 304: Brian Heady, Don Aus tin, Tommy Finneman, Mr. Berge r Pedro Monclova, Wayne West, Steve Forsyth Walter Hartm an.

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H. R. 205: Nancy Williford, Evelyn Hernandez, Jill Paulson, Susie Munoz, H. R. 304: Paula Blan chette, Angela Parker Charles Cox, Ada Normandia. Wanda Ortiz, Vicky Kiyonaga, Dalys Perez Nilsa Nieves Jo se Rivera Kamal ei Teves H. R. 302: Ralph Sto n e Oscar Boyer, Valdez Chavis, Paul Austin, John H. R. 304: Tom Negron, Laura Brock, Charlotte Boyland, Sandra Shobe, Theresa Maples, Kevin Scott, Car oline Price. San chez, Kim Hartshorn, Karen Fauber, Bruce Reynold s Sandra Kaufer. H. R. 205: Mrs. Wile rd, D e bbie Wilcox, Carmen Vega, George Bran n o n J eff Gos ney, Mike Cain. 109

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110 H. R. 313: Sealed: Amber Brown, Susan Arbough. Standing: Rub y Quin t e ro C harl es Porhes, J e nny Jim e nez, Lui s Ruiz, Kath e rin e W e i gart, William Santiago, M aria Gonzalez, D e borah Robinson H. R. 313: Norma Ortiz, T o n y Robinson, Mr. Mazzoni, Arnaldo Bonilla Victor Lee, Cheryl Olsen. H. R. 3 13: Charl es Alberga, Alfonso R obinson, WilHam Quintero Jr., Linda Mit c h e ll, Livia Boyer H. R. 347: K a r en Tah ey, Dian a H a rtm a n Mr s Mason, Ri cky Diu, R obert lee, David Woods, Lind a B e rnard. H. R. 323 Girls: Fran c i s GU!!SOW, Mic h ele U r ey, Li sbe t Coe, Patty Bradshaw, Dore e n W illi ams, M a uri e Moore, Sonia T eIle fson Boys: J ohn K iyonaga Mario Pino. RIGHT: H R. 323 Seated: Laura Gregg, Bonnie Willis. St anding : Dav e Tu c k Mike Smi th, Mr. Car withen, Rob er t Fernandez, L o nni e Allen.

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H. R. 309 Front: Lucy Blount, Nola Swain . R ear: Guy West, Clyde Adams, Terri Br own, Paul Baker BELOW: H. R. 309 Standing: Anthony Burbine, Daniel Burgos. Sitting: Jimmy Bird, Jua n La. boy Violanda Godinez, Marjorie B lair Ann O'Donnell Cathy Pe rr et, Mary Moncivais. RIGHT: H. R. 347 Seated: Ric hard Dowell, Linda Cantu Marion McDonald. Standing: Gary Ilund, Al eg;e Zebede. Kimberly W e lty, DebbiG Cox. H. R 309: Wanda Santini, Cherri Schwindt, Carlos Coronado, Craig Dohle Carlos Bynoe, Mr M cCu llough. H. R. 347 Seated: Stee l Parso ns. Front: Glenn Hess, Johnny W e b e r Carl os Cruz., Debra H arde n Patricia Valentine Rear: Richmond Fryer, Michae l Ridge, Wil liam Kern Carmen Quinones, Cherie Dani e l son. H. R 323: Margarita Wilmot, Vera Col v in. Susan S l y l es, Marg a r e t Kienzle Janet Brown. III

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112 FRESHMEN The ninth grade is one of the most exciting schoo l years for a student because it i s when he can s tart to participate in many high schoo l activities. Th e s tudents of this year's freshman class ex pre ssed their enthusiasm by participating in as many school activities as they could Th ey took part in the T a lent Show, the Speech Festival, and joined in many organizations High honor s in scholarship went to Genevieve Belgrave, Scot Loizeaux, and Judith Tomlinson for the first semester. This freshman class was composed of 156 students and was s pon sored by Mrs. Stone. Sponsor.' Mrs. Stone Edward Bringa. President Nancy Rid ge V ice-President Elizabeth Wainio Secretary Treasurer

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Nekelda Adams S t ep h e n Aponte Jo ey Ar ca no Elaine Austin Claudia Baiardi J ames Barr Ge nevieve Belgrave So ni a Bisot Michael Bjorneby l effery Blevins B"arbara Bloemer' Robin Bock Betty Bradle y Arthur Bridwell K ath l ee n Brown Melinda Brown Susan Burge Byrd R o bert B yr d l ames Childr ess D a ni e l Chin Charlie Christian Ann Cirulli Gerald Coffin Gail Coggins William Collazo K a thleen Colpe Christopher Cox Marian Crouch Leland Cummings 113

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114 Wanda Cummings Judy Dohle Harry Dowell Guy Damiani Rosita Domin g uez Lisa Escribano Brian DeRaps Mark Denis Jane Dohle FRESHMAN CLASS IS COMPOSED OF 156 STUDENTS Lady in di st r ess, Linda Williamson, is help ed by Ne l son Ortiz. Emily Mansfield and Linda Hodgson cat c h up with th e ir homework during home.

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Composure (Kathie Danielsen), embarrassment (Melinda Brown), and s hyne ss ( Michele Kessler) Ingrid Fudala Myrna Gallardo Dann y Gazole Mary Spivey and Terri Overstreet take over the controls of the language labs. Marie Fari s Kathryn Farringto[ Richard Font Ronald Forsyth Nina Gercich Mark Gib so n Edward Golden 115

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Betty Brad.ley. Susan Ridge, a n d Gary Scheibe The F r eshman yea r can be t he sta r t oj many things. 116 Rosemary Beta n co u rt, Edna F e r g u son, J a n J a n osik, a n d Dani el Eisen. bise. "Don' t get any wild ideas! This is just a f r iendly chat!" Mario Guevara Susan Helmeric h s Ni la Ha i det Raymond Hernan dez Rob in Hartshorn L inda Hess

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Ro s ita Dominguez, P atri cia Brown, and Terri Ove r st r eet. "Our le e t hurl ?" J ose J ohnson Edwin Marcan o E l e n a Maxwe ll Linda M e r r i c k Barbara Moody 117

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118 Manuel Munoz Noel ia Ortiz-Alvarez Kalhrin R ay R ay mond R obertson Pedro Simmo n s Lonnie Stou t Judy New man Vi a n a O s lrea Carmen R ee d Maria Rodri g uez J oseph Sm ith Maribel Sua rez An ge l Nieves Arturo Otero J o A n n R e id R ege n a Ru o ff Patricia Snider Jud ith T om lin so n Robert Nordstrom Terri O ve r stree t Paul Rivera T eresa Sa n c hez Deborah Soukup J erry V a l e ntini J ose phin e Oliv e r Eliz a b et h Palse r Laura Ri vera G as p a r Sayoc Marie Spears R ebecca Vela Nel son Ortiz Bonnie Ramo s Carol Ann Roa c h Vi ck i e Shaub Mary Spivey C ynthia Wi lli ams

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Gail Coggi n s V ickie Sh a u b, L i nd a H uff, a n d Judy Newma n Who said gi rls wer e scar ed oj mice?" Lind a Willi a m son S Ul"an Willis Lind a Wood s R a l ph Zac h ry P eggy M iJler a n d E l izabeth Wai n ic. W e t old you not t o look in our locker'" INTEREST IN SCHOOL ACTIVITIES DOMINATES FRESHMAN CLASS Freshm e n no t p ict ur e d : Marily n B a xt er, R ose m a r y B e t a incourt, Pat rice B row n, K a thr y n Bus h Dian e C aroll, E ulu s C l eme n s, Ca rl Cout s, Th o m as Cr oss, J oh n D o hle, D a niel E i sen bi se, J oseph E n d e r R o b ert F o rd Dia n a Gos n ey, D a ni e l Gsell, R o m a n H e r r era, Lin d a H o d gson, J ames H off, Na ncy Horn D o nn a J ackson, Caro l y n Layt o n Br i a n L ove, Judit h M e n ges, Willi a m Park e r Car los P o ni c he, W e nd y Pe nn, W a r re n P hillip s, R ocio Proan o, Hira n Ram os, Alla n Ric hardson Geo r ge Rivera Yvonn e Th o m as, A ngel T o rr es, D a mari s Torr es, E liz a b e th Waini o Cornelius Goeb e r tus. R O T C makes a boy hung r y 119

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120 SOPHOMORES The hard working Sophomore officers elected at the beginning of the year repre s ent 177 other students constituting this year's largest high school class. The will surely remember in the future the fun and excitement of being the victors at the Fres hmanSophomore brawl. They may also recall the hard work they did in order to make the Freshman.Sophomore Dance whose theme was Space Ody ssey a success and the suspense when it was time to announce the king and queen. As the year draws to an end, the Sophomore can look ahead and see how clo se the year 72 is and all the excitement of graduation. They now are half way up the High School ladder and need only a push to make it all the way. Class Sponsor: Mr. Norman President: Harry Townsend Vice-President: Nancy Edmondson Secretary: Jackie Parker

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Ernes t Abresc h Bruce Baco n Willi am B ee be Fr ank Berr y R obert Bl oe m e r Bri a n All en P a ul Ba it e l H olly B ello Barb ara B e t c h e r Ri c hard Boot h Marta Anton Barbara Banks C h arles B e rnar d Ger i Bla n c h e tt e H e nr y B o r se llin o B enjam in A rcand Mik e Bar ge r Christi Atkin so n J a im e Barraz a L orna Bab coc k Ri c h ard Bea le P atty Pain c d C {IlOnstra l es h ow a futur e sc i e nti s t will s tud y his data.

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122 D e bbi e B oswell Rit a Boy l a nd J an e t Brand e nbu rg Cecili a Bria n o Lind a B r oc k C ar lo s Brow n C a th y Carli s l e K are n C as h C h e r y l Ca udill J ay C a udill D eb bi e C h eshire R a nd y Childr ess SOPHOMORES ARE VICTORIOUS AT THE FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BRAWL Frank C icch e tt o C o nni e C l eme n s R ober t a Col e Chery l Col e man M ar k Collin s C ind y C o tt rell I yelle Cummings S h eila D a n cer

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Joan Rick Darcy Davis Clifford Edwin Ferrel Font Greg Lynne Goguen Goguen Tiger spirited Sophomore girls fight with all t heir might against their opponents the Freshman gir ls but their bruises and aches are for gotten when they are proclaimed the victors. John Day Andrew Foshee Ann Gonzalez Billy Brenda Cathy Deaton Egger Farrington Jimmy Mary Billie Gewin Gilbert Gillespie Debbie Debbie Donna .Goo ch Gosney Graham 123

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Zan Marian Barbar a R ay Carla Mark Green Gregg Grier Gsell Gussow H anly Barbara Pat 10 e K a th y K enneth P a t Hartman Hauk e Herring Hess Hill Hill Will 10hn Karin J ames Doug Ro ge r Huffm a n Ibarra Ing r a m J ac kson J e ffri es J o hn s t on Paule tt e Marcia. D aniel M aria n Bill Christy Jordi Junkin Knau ss Kred ell L eDo u x L oizeaux Damari s Lui s Don 10hn Mi c hael Katie Lopez L o pez Mans Marquard McCann M cGil berry 124

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Elizabeth McNaughten Arni e M endez Michae l Minehart Dal e Mill e Rogelio Noli Mary Norv e l Bev e rl y Olse n Stanley O s t e r Loui se P alme r Ron Pa l se r Debbi e P ate Suzanne P e nn Christi Atkinson, Linda Brock, a nd Cindy Cottr ell rela x on t h e S A. t r ain before it takes them to B alboa t o watc h a n e xciting football game agai n s t the Bulldog s MEMBERS OF SOPHOMORE CLASS G IVE SUPPORT TO OUR TEAMS 125

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126 Robin Pritham Cathy Pursley Evelyn Ramos Jean Smith receiv es flow e r s from Harry Town send after being anno unced Queen at the Fre s bman-Sophomor e Dance Carol Ro ss Joe Rozmeski James R ay Helena Reeves Evelyn Rivera Dolores Santiago Jose Recio Susan Rid ge Jinx Riv era Ricky Sapp Gary Riggs Jose Roman Frank Scott

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Gary Scheibe Steve Shobe Judy Simmons Reggie Southerland Matt Spagna SPACE ODYSSEY DANCE A SUCCESS Lenard Talarge Cathy Terwilliger Ann Terwilliger Ehukai Teves Mike Spagna Richard Strum Peter Swain Maritza Suarez Heidi Sweeney 127

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128 Puuloa Teves Rick Valentini Elizabeth Vamprine Ben Vazquez Angel Velez Gerald Wall Carol Wertz Aurelia Wil liams S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E S Ronnie Williams Rick Winkeller Mike Wood Ann Worthen Susan Zachary

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Maria Boon e, Rita Boyl a nd, Brend a Egger / C a th y C arlis le and Doug Jeffrie s D o u g J effries Titi C ole M ary NorvaI C a thy Pur se ly K a r e n Cas h and Mr. N orma n S o phomores not pictu r ed: Gle n Bak e r Willi a m Blunk M aria Boone Arminta C o bb J a ni ce D o min g uez St e ph e n Fu g l e b e r g M a r de tte G arne r June Illund bill y L e D o u x J oel L ee P a tri c k M a rtin Irm a M o ncl ova M a ria Ni eves Patt y P aine M ar k P arke r C e cili a Pr o ano Irm a Quint e r o C a rmen R eed M arle n e Rice D e b R awly Juan S a n c hez Bill S asso J ea n S m ith Sh a r o n Smith Mik e S nid e r Olga Wilmount 129

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130 JUNIORS Having completed the third year of their journey through high school, the Juniors c an now look ahead to the exci tement of their Senior year. The-experience in lead ers hip and ser vice ga ined by class and S.A. officers, the excitement of selecting class rings, the difficulties o f the PSAT, the victory at the pow der Puff game, and the thrill of the Junior-Senior Prom are amon g the things which the Class' of '71 will remember long after this short joumey has been completed. Class sponso r: Mr. Cowley President: John Martin VicePresident: Diane' Hauke Secr e tary: Hila Lyman Treasurer: J an Bjorneby

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Patricia Austin Robert Barr Jean Bassett J ay Alonis Julio Aponte Linda Arnheiter Almanubia Austin Hold on girls! Jus t a few more milliliters and we'll be finished ," ca uti o n s Rick Power s as J ac ki e Springer and Maria Font complete an expe riment Mi chael Beale Elizabeth Blevins Harry Blevins Lana Boone 131

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132 Vivian Boseman Kathryn Burgess Carm e n Butler Donald Byrd Raul Castro Patty Christian CLASS OF '71 SELECTS RINGS Rose mary Christian Caleb Clement Fred Cole Gary Collins Jeann e tte Cox Wilfred Cummings William Cummings Kathy DeRaps

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Michael Dexter P e dro Diaz Allen Farnsworth Danie l Ferg u s on W e nd y Flore s Maria F ont D e ni se F os he e J ohn Funderburk R o und ring s with dark blue f ace t s t o nes a r e definit ely best," declares Hila Lyman as s he, Diane Hauk e; a nd Nan cy Huson make th e ir selections Paul Gallager Cat h erine Gerci c h Brenda Gibson Sharon Gold e n Patrici a Gut i errez John Hannah /33

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All e n H armon Paul H ea d y I ssac H eres Anthon y H er rera Int ellectua llookin g Danny Vale ntine i s a n avid comic book fan. 134 Sh erry K ern Antonia Kla sovs ky Fre d er i c k Kn a u ss Ri c hard Kresge Fre d Hi g hley H er b er t H o ff N a ncy Hus on Stephanie lilies Eric Irio n R obe rt J ohnso n

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Shelley Lund J aime Martinez Dennis Maxwe ll Judy M c Lain Sarah McLean Susan -M e ndenhall Ann Lauritzen Rodri g o Lind o Edward Linds e y Maria Lopez H o ping to aid t he Cristobal footb all t ea m to another vic tory. Tom Pur s l ey await s r e-e ntry int o the game. K a thryn Millig a n Aleida Mont e n eg r o William Murphy Rob er t M ye r s 135

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136 Alfredo Oliver D on Olsen Hilda Otero Neil Patton Pats y Austin s truggles to gain p ossessio n of the ball as Maria Font, J ane P aulso n and Kath y DeRaps defend their goal. AUSTIN AND REYNOLDS LEAD JUNIOR Jane Paulson Soila Payne Ri chard Perra Rob er t Phillips Ingrid Portier Rickie Power Thomas Pursley Thomas Ramos

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Ana Reyes Gloria R eyes Deborah Reynolds Nestor Rodriguez Fabian Roman Vir ginia R ome r o Duilio Raura Wallace Rus s on Jr. POWDER PUFF TEAM TO VICTORY Und aunt e d by the mud and rain, the "Dach s hunds" defeated the "Bunnies" hy a score of five to zero in the First Annual Pow der P uff Speedball Game a t Cristoba l Sta dium on December 4 1969. The victorious t ea m was com po sed of Almanubia Austin, Chris Bailey, J an Bjornehy, Kath y D eRaps Wendy Flores Maria Font, Denise Foshee, Cathy Gercich Pat Gutierrez, Linda Hale, Diane Hauke, Nancy Huson, Shelley Lund, Kath y Milligan, Hilda Ot e ro J a n e Paulson, Ana Reyes, Gloria Reyes, and Sylvia Vam prine ; l ed by cocaptai n s P atsy Austin and D ebhie Reynolds. Cheering for the Juniors wer e Gary Collins John Fund erb urk, John H a nnah Mark Herring, Fred Hi g hl ey, Rod Lindo, D e nni s Maxwell Don Olsen, Ri c k Power, and George Scheibe. Reigning at the ga m e were Queen William "Murph" Murphy J and princesses Caleb "Cinde r ella" Clement, and T o m "Thumhellina" K redell. Lydia Santiago George Scheibe Jackie Springer Dou g l as Stevens

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"You mean this train is being hijacked to Cuba?" ask Anna Reyes, Debbie Reynolds, and Alma Austin. 138 Eligio Thomas Danny Tweedy Lewis Valdez Jose Valencia Danny Valentine Sylvia Vamprine Diana Vela Terry Walline Wayne Weiselogel Leonard West Karen Westerberg Jenny Wirtz

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LATECOMERS Francisco Gonzalez Emma Link Hila Lyman prov es with a smile that jungl e training i s n o t that hard. Allen Harmon "Only an artist would daTe do this! Jacki e Springer "He doesn't know what I know!" 139

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140 Seniors occupy an exalted spot in high schoo!. The "privileged nearer to completing their journey than any other class, overcoming every obstacle placed in their way. It is in one's sen ior year that one receives the fina l touche s and prepara tions made by the high school for the next step in the long journey of life. 141

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142 SENIORS This year's Senior Class was one of the most active in the history of CHS. The Sen ior Privilege Committee obtained for the senio rs an open lunch three days a week and an open stu d y h all first and sixth periods. The committee also arranged the Powder Puff Speedball Game. The Christmas Formal, held at the new "Coco Solo Country Club," was a well attended success Music was provided by Nacho Malino y su Con junto and the 1969 Hall of Fame was an noun ced. Four seniors, 10hn Carli s le, Vicki K aufer, Gary Robertson, and Denise Ward, were chosen to represent the senior high schoo l on the governor's newly organized Youth Council. Class Sponsor : Mr. Fattorosi President: Leslie Marek Vice-President: Randolph Hull Secretary: Eileen Ridge Treasure r : Maria Cedeno

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CHARLENE ALBERGA DARYN BARGER DONNA BARGER BARBARA BASSETT Ann Hir o n s, D ee D e L app. David R o b e r tso n and J a n e G abrie l t a k e time out MITCHELL BLANCHETTE fro m d eco r a tin g f o r the C ommiss io ner' s B a ll . RICHARD BOCK ROBERT BORJA BRUCE BROWN STEVE BROWN 143

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THOMAS BUTLER III L'NORE CAREY Ann Hirons, Dee De Lapp and Charlene Alberga JAMES CHONG DEBORAH CHRISTIAN 144 JOHN CARLISLE CAROL CASH OPEN PARTICIPATION SENIOR MARJORIE COFFIN ALICE CROUCH D emocracy in act ion i s illu s trat e d by th e Senior C l ass at one of th e ir asse mblies. BY STUDENTS CHARACTERIZES ASSEMBLIES JAMES COX JOSEPH CRONAN STEPHEN CROSS CYRIL DE LAPP 145

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141> Leslie Marek, Kathleen D oc k e ry, and D ebo rah Moo re jest a s th ey return on the train from a foo tb a ll game in Balboa. ELVIRA DE LEON KATHLEEN DOCKERY EVANGELINE DOHLE LUIS DOMENECH ALBERT DOWELL DEBORAH DUNCAN "Sh elley Lund is now going to d emons trate how a Tig er s hould c h eer his t eam," announces Gary R o b e rt son at a p ep rall y

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LAUREEN ELIZONDO SHEILA ENDARA NELSON ESCRIBANO JAMES FARRINGTON BRIAN FLECKENSTEIN AIDA FONT Louis Wong, Robert Spilling, Jam es Gray and Dionesia Nieves patiently wait to have their papers coll ected by Mr. Gansen in thc1r American Insti tutions class. SENIORS GRANTED OPEN LUNCH 147

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148 ANOTHER CLASS GRADUATES, VENTURES INTO EDWARD FORSYTHE JANE GABRIEL JOE GATTIS MICHELE GREENE FRANK GLAVAS JR. JAMES GRAY GLORIA GEER CINDA HELMERICHS

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JOSEPH HICKEY JR. SCOTT HUTCHINSON ANOTHER GENERATION THE ADULT WORLD JEAN HOUSLEY BRANDT IRION WALTER lLUND BRIDGET HOWARD CHARLES JACKSON 149

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150 ELVIRA JOHNSON ANA KAUFER JAMES KUN K E L CHARLE S LOYD JR. Evelyne Legr a n d med i t a tes b e f o r e p a rticipating in a R O T C r eview. ANNE K IENZLE MARK KREDELL EVEL YNE LEGRAND DEBORAH LYMAN J oe G a tti s i s read y but the pho togr aphe r thi n k s othe rwi se.

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"Al right 'Stretch', has the computer convinced you that you are the tall est person in sc hool?" asks Jam es Cox. ELICIA MciNTYRE IVETTE MARTINEZ JERAL SCOTT MciVER GREG MONTANO Th e stude nt s a r e r eady f o r class except f or Scott Hut chinson ; h e i s not able t o find a comfort able sea t i n g position. 151

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152 ALPHONSO MONTENEGRO DEBBIE MOORE BARBARA 1. MORRISON BRENDA MORRISON LINDA NEWMAN PATRICIA NEWMAN DIONISIA NIEVES ROBERT NOVAK A fee ling of excite m e nt produces a liv e ly chat among these happy senio r s. The ladder s will wait n o longer; the climbing h as begun!

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RUSSELL OBERHOLTZER RICARDO OLIVER JR. COLON FIRE DEPARTMENT ASSIST HALL OF FAME WINNERS REACH GREATER HEIGHTS JUN I OR -SEN I OR HIG H SCI 153

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154 IRIS QUINONES MARY REDMAN GLORIA RICE SHARON RAY DEBRA POLITE SARAH PRITHAM ----k ALFRED RICHARDSON PATRICIA RIESTER CARMEN RIVERA

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./ / / Pat Riester catches up on her learning. RELAXED SENIORS: Brandt Irion, Jim Gray. Charles Loyd, Alice Crouch, Donna Val e ntine, and L eslie Marek di sc us s their futur e plans. GEORGE ROBERTSON PATTI ROBSON EDITH. SMITH THERESA SMITH TOMMY SOUTHERLAND JAMES SPEARS 155

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156 ROBERT SPILLING DONN A VALENTINE MARCELLA STAN BRIDGE LINDA VAUGHT JAMES STUART CAROL TORSTENSON MORE SENIOR BOYS APPLY TO MILITARY ACADEMIES The Homecoming Queen, Jean Hous ley. and h e r co url all of whic h are Seniors observe the H omecomi n g Came. Back row: Eve l y n e L egrand, Cyril D e L app, J ea n Housley, Gloria Rice, an d David Robert so n. Front r ow: Jame s Butl er, D eborah Chri s tian, J a m es Was habaugh a nc:! De nise W ard.

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Ivette Martinez and Ali ce Crouch "mess -ar o und" with the art room s uppli es. STEPHEN WILKINSON CHRISTOPHER WORKMAN DITA WORKMAN DENISE WARD JAMES WASHABAUGH BARBARA WILDER H e's got a better build than Joe Nama th! ex cl aim Debra P olite and Donna Valentine. Seniors not pictured a r e: Lui s Carlo Charles Cor bett M i c h ae l Finneman Franc i sco Gonzalez, Don a l d Cott, Rafae l Grenier, Luis L ee Jock Luger, Margaret McDonnell, P ame l a Meadows N i cho l as Rivera Cary Robertson, Ne l son R o u ra O dus S h or t Vicki Springer, Edward Taake M i chae l Walker, and Luis Wong. 157

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-ACHARLENE ALBERGA Jun e 25, 1952 Colon, Republic of Panama was a member of the A" League in volley ball. In h e r hi g h school yea r s s he was a member of the Girls Drill T eam. Charlene plans to be an int erior d eco rator. She i s looking forward to a ttending college in the Un it ed States. -8-DARYN BARGER Jun e 3,1952 D etroit. Michigan Dary n was a member of th e Nurses Aide, Art, and Drama Clubs. She was a majorette for three years. She lik es to s pend h e r l e isure tim e reading and drawin g. Dar y n plans to a ttend a school of practical nursi n g. DONNA BARGER Jun e 3, 1952 Detroit, Michigan Donna's mai n int e rest is art. She h as b ee n a member of th e Nurses Aide Club for thr ee yea r s She a l so enjoys working at the h ospita l as a Pink G irl. Donna was a majorette for three years. S h e likes to spend her l e i sure tim e drawing. Donna plans to be a fashion desig n er. BARBRA BASSETT Jul y 21, 1951 San J ose, Costa Ri ca Barbara has been a lab assistant and a m embe r of the CHS band She enjoys playing the piano, sew in g, and si n gi n g. She would like to become a secreta r y in the futur e. MITCHELLJ.BLANCHETTE Jun e 2,1952 San Di ego, Ca liforni a Mitch has participated in basketball a nd track for four yea rs a nd h as l ettered in both. H e was a member of th e C Club and Torrid Zone Wizard s. H e was a SA repre se ntative in his freshman and senior yea rs Mitch plans to attend Florida I nst i tute of Technology. RICHARD BOCK Apri1U,1952 Aberdin e, Maryland Richard was very interested in trac k. H e enjoys swimming a nd bike riding. Richard p l a n s to attend A.!, Kings vill e in Texas thi s fall. ROBERT BORJA May 21, 1952 Salin as, Cal if o rn ia Robert has lived in California, Was h ington, G eorgia, and Germany. H e came SENIOR SUMMARIES to the Canal Zone two years ago. In his spare tim e, h e lik es to lis ten t o heavy underground music and r ea d about U.S. aerospace progress. H e was on the wres tlin g team during his freshman year. Robert plans t o a ll e nd Cypress Junior College and become an engineer in the fie ld of Aerospace T echnology. BRUCE BROWN November 21, 1952 CoIon, Republic of Panama Bruce has lived in the Canal Zone for 16 yea rs. He was a membe r of th e Fre n c h Club. Bru ce spend s hi s l eisure tim e swimming and playing football. H e plans to attend Purdue U niv ers it y in Indiana. STEPHEN BROWN Sept embe r 24, 1951 Colon, R epublic of Panama S t eve e nj oys boating and s kindivin g. H e was a m em ber of th e Drill Team and the ROTC for two years. S t eve wou ld lik e to be a computer anal yst. THOMAS JAME S BUTLER III Decembe r 22,195 1 Colon, R epublic of Panama Jimmy has participated in for four years and was Compa n y Com mander. H e was a m e mber of th e 4021 Cl ub Caribe Club, and a homeroom r e pr esen tative. Jimmy is ve r y act iv e in basketball and baseball. H e was trea sure r o f hi s Junio r Cla ss Jimmy plans to attend the University of Florida. -CL'NORE CAREY April 10, 1952 Fort Bragg, North Carolina L ore was a member of th e Girls' Drill Team in his sophomore and junior years She participated in basketball, volleyball, and h ockey intramurals. L'Nore was a c h ee rleader in her senior year. S h e a l so served as a homeroom alternate in her senior year a nd as a n Englis h cla ss representat i ve for two yea rs JOH N CARLISLE September 29, 1952 Houston, Texas As a sophomore, John won the Voice of Democracy Contest a nd was a Student A ssociation Vic e .president in his junior year. In hi s senior yea r J o hn was the Battalion XO a nd r eprese nted CHS a t a ROTC conven ti o n in L os V egas. J ohn was a m embe r of th e Youth Advi so ry Committee of th e Se l ec tiv e Se r vice, The National. H o nor Society, Caribe Club, Yearbook staff, The sp i a n Society, a nd the "C" Club. In th e future, John plans to a tt e nd th e University of Texas and practice law LUIS V. CARLO JR CAROL CASH March 28, 1952 Ft. Huachuka, Ari zona Carol h as been in the Canal Zon e for o nl y one year. Befor e comi n g h ere, she li ved in Germany and in th e Uni t ed States. S h e was a membe r of th e G irl s Drill Team. Her favorit e past imes are reading, lis t en in g to music goi n g to th e b eac h and dancing. Carol plans t o b ecome eith e r a psyc h o logist or a n interior d ecorator. MARIA A. CEDENO May 29, 1952 Col o n, Republic of Panama Maria was a member of the Caribe C lub and the Fr e n ch C lub in h er so phomore, junior, and se nior yea rs and was in t h e Spanish Club in her sophomore yea r. She was a l so a secretary of th e National Honor Soci ety a n d secretary of her se nior class JAMES CHONG April 1 5,1950 Macas, China A n ewco mer of CHS, James (Sam ) spend s much of hi s tim e savi n g old co in s or reading about e lectronics eedless to say e l ectronics is what James would lik e to s p ec ialize in after college. DEBORAH CHR ISTIAN May 1 3, 1952 San Diego California D eborah has liv e d in the Can a l Zon e for 11 yea rs She plans on becoming a nurse and stud ying at East Carolina Univers ity. S h e spends h e r leisure tim e at Gatun Yacht Club. S h e was B leagu e manager in h e r junior year and was o n th e pr o m decorating committee. D eborah was also a c h ee rleader a nd wa s i n the Ho meco min g Court. MARJORIE LORETTA COFF I N May 3 1 1952 Co l o n Republic of Panama favorite pastimes are work ing wit h rabbits a nd s kin diving. S h e has participated in intramural s port s a nd played on the" A" Leagu e baske t ball team in h e r junior and senior years. She h as been a memb e r of the Nurses Aide and the GAA Club. M i ujori e plan s to attend Canal Zone College. ALICE CROUCH

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D ecember 6 1 951 Co l o n R epublic of P anama Ali ce was a h ome room representative in h e r junior year and s h e a l s o wa s a m em ber of th e Tra dewind S taff. S h e enjoys playing th e guitar, paintin g. and s kin diving. Alice wo uld lik e to be a sec r etary. S h e will a tt e nd Cana l Zon e College n ex t yea r JAM ES COX O c tober 1 3, 1 952 Fort Sill, Oklahom a Ji m joined u s fr o m Balboa Hi g h School this yea r. At Balboa h e was a member of th e National Hi g h Sc hool Biological H o n o r Soci ety. H is spare lim e i s s p e nt boating and s kindiving. J im will a tt end th e Un i vers it y o f T exas afte r gra duation JOSEPH M. CRONAN May 1 1 95 1 Co l o n R epublic of Panama J oe parti c i pated in football for four yea r s and wa s co-capta in during hi s senior year. H e was o n th e trac k a nd bas ketball teams for four years a l so. J oe was in th e "21" C lub four yea rs a nd in t h e "C" Cl ub during hi s junio r a nd se n i o r years. F o r th e Sen ior H all of Fame he was vo ted M os t Athleti c. S TEPHEN CROSS Aug u s t 2, 1 95 1 Nurenburg, Germany Step h e n was on th e and t ra c k teams during h is hi g h sc h o ol yea r s H e was a l so a m ember of th e "C" C lub an d th e ROTC. St e phen h o p es t o rurther hi s ed ucatio n in th e Un it ed S t a t es. -0-CYR IL DENNI S DE LAPP Jun e 8, 1 952 Col o n R e pub l i c of Panama D ee i s o n e of th e mo s t active b oys at CHS. H e h as been ROTC Batt a l ion Commander "21" C lu b Vic e-p r es i de nt Fr es hm a n C la ss Pres id e nt, a h o m eroom represen t ative, Command e r o f th e Us h e r Guard and a m em ber of the "C" C lu b. H e h as a l so p a rti c ipa ted i n basketball, t e nni s,"a nd baseba ll. Dee was voted Mr C H S in th e S e nior Hi g h of F ame H e h o p es to go to Texas A & M a nd b eco m e a l awye r. ELVIRA D e LEO N J an u ary 7, 1 95 1 Col o n Republi c of Pan a m a E lvira worked as a secretary a t t h e Sc h oo l o f th e Amer icas during h e r s umm e r vacat i o n H e r h o b by is collec tin g coin s Elvira pla n s to be a sec r etary art e r a tt e ndin g college in th e U nit e d S t a t es. KATHLEEN FRANCES DOCKERY April 1 1 952 Colon Republi c o f P a nama K a thl ee n was a m ember of th e Nurses Aide Fre n c h Caribe, A rt a nd t h e GAA clubs; h o l ding office in severa l of th em K a th y won th e E lk s Most Girl Athlete trop h y in h e r fres h ma n yea r. She h as l e tt e r ed in four s port s at C H S and was voted Mo s t Athl e tic for th e Sen ior H all of Fame. Kath y plans to attend C a n a l Zone Co ll ege. EV ANGE LI NE DOHLE Novem ber 24 1 95 1 SI. L ou i s, Mi sso uri C i ssy wa s a m embe r of th e Nurses Aide Cl u b for four years. Sh e enj oys spending h e r l e i s u re t im e w r it ing l ette r s, swi mming, and pl ay in g t e nnis. In the f!ltur e C i ssy wou ld lik e to t ravel. LOUIE DOMENECH July 3 1 1 951 Mayagu ze, Puerto Rico Lui s s main int e r es t was s p o rt s. H e l e tt e r e d in footb all an d tr ac k a nd was a m e mber o f th e A ll Z o n e Football Team. H e was a l so a member of th e "C" Cl ub Lu i s p l a n s to become an e l ec tri c al e n g in ee r. ALBERT CLA Y DOWELL July 8,1951 Co l o n, Republi c of P anama C l ay wa s a Seni o r Cla ss R e presenta tive. H e enj oys hunting, fis hin g, a nd riding. H e was a m ember of th e footb all, t e nni s, and baseball team s. C l ay would like to go i nt o th e me di cal fie ld DEBBIE LEE D UNCAN J anua r y 20, 195 1 Co l on, Republi c o f P anama D e bbie's f avorite s ubj ect i s bu s in ess She plan s to study at Pros p ec t Hall in Fort Lauderdale, Fl o rid a, and become a n exec utive sec r etary. She h as p a rticipa t e d in b as k e tball a nd voll ey ball intramural s, wa s a m e mber o f the GAA a nd was a h ome room r epresen t a tive. S h e ha s worked at th e Co co So l o and th e Margarita e lementary sc h oo l gy m s. In h e r l e i sure tim e s h e enjoys go ing to th e be ach. -ES H E ILA ENDARA Se pt e mber 21, 1 950 Co l o n R e publi c of Panama S h e ila wa s a m e mber of th e Fre nch C l ub. H e r hobbi es a r e l i s t e nin g t o mu s i c a n d sw immin g NE L SON ESCRIBANO Septe mb e r 1 5 1952 San Juan, Pue rt o Rico Ne l so n h as b ee n ver y act iv e i n th e two yea r s h e spe nt at C H S. H e was treas urer of th e Stude nt A ssoc iation President of th e "C" C lu b Pres id e nt of th e Atl a nti c Area T ee n C lub Pres id e nt o f his E xp l o rer Pos t a nd h e parti c ipat e d in f oo t ba ll. H e was vo t e d B es t Dan ce r in th e Senio r H all of Fame. Ne lson hop es to go to th e Univers it y of Pu e rt o Rico -FJ AMES FARRINGTO N JR. Ma y 3, 1952 e w York e w York ROT C i s o n e o f Jim's major int e r es t s a l o n g w ith sc i e n ce Jim h as b ee n a memb e r o f th e Drill Team a nd was F Company 1 s t sergea nt. H e a l so was a member of th e Caribe C lu b a nd the track t eam. In his s p a r e tim e h e e njo ys play in g th e g uit ar. M I C HA EL F I NNEMAN July 14,1 952 51. Paul Minn esota Mik e wou l d lik e to pu rsue an appre nti ceship afte r graduatio n BRIAN FLE C K ENS T E I N Ma y 1 3, 195 1 San Diego, California Brian lived in Cali fornia until two a nd one h alf yea r s ago w h e n h e cam e to th e Can a l Zone Durin g hi s sopho. more yea r h e wa s a n S .A. h ome r oom a lt e rn a t e. H i s h o bbi es include fis hin g hunti ng, s kiin g, s wimmi ng, horseback riding, a nd s urfin g. In th e h e plans t o go to th e MEBA e n g i neering sc h ool. AIDE E STHER FON T D ece mbe r 1 3 1 952 San Juan, Pue rt o Rico Aid e was e l ec t e d vic e p r es id e nt o f h e r 9 th grade c l ass a nd Secre t a r y of h e r 10th g rade class; s h e wa s a m e mb e r o f th e T ee n C lu b a nd th e year b oo k staff in h e r se nior year. A id e plans to a tt e nd L oyo la College. S h e would l i k e t o beco m e a sec r e t ary or a n air lin e s t e w ardess -G-J ANE E LIZA BET H GABRIEL A u g u s t 31,1952 Quincy, M assac hu se tt s jane was t h e CoC h a ir ma n of th e Sen ior Privilege Committ ee a n d D ele ga te Committee in her senio r yea r. j an wa s very active in volley ball a nd ba s k e tball. She wa s a l so a m e mber o f th e D ri ll T e am a n d th e GAA. S h e plan s to attend Gtach a m College in t he fall. JO E THOMAS GA ITIS August 10 19 52 j ac k so n Miss i ss ippi 159

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Jo e was a m e mb e r of the Dram atics and Thes pian s Clubs and had a role in Meet a Body. He was acliv e in th e ROTC an d was an offic e r in hi s jun ior a nd se nior ye ars Hi s le i s ur e time i s s p e nt producing amat e ur movies. J oe wou l d lik e to attend c olleg e in the U nit ed S t ates and pursu e a field in scie n ce. GLORIA JEAN GEER March 16 1951 For t Wo rth T exas Jean lived in Panama all her lif e. S h e h as trav e l e d to Jamaica and T exas Jean was a m e mber of th e N ur ses Aide Club a nd did voluntary work at Coco Solo H osp it al. In the futur e s he hop es t o b e a n airlin e s tewardess. FRA N K GLA VAS JR. March 31, 1 950 Goi fito Costa Rica Frank lived in Costa Rica and New Orl ea n s b e for e comin g to Panama four years ago. H e traveled throughout Euro p e Frank was a m e mber of th e Spanis h Club a nd the Caribbean Club. H e plan s to attend the U niv e r s it y of Z eg r e b in Yugo s lavia. DONALD GOTT Sep t e mb e r 8 1951 H o u ston, Texa s Donald is n e w to th e Canal Zon e Hi s favorit e pa s time i s huntin g and fis hing. D o nald liv e d in H ouston, T exas for t en yea r s and e i g ht years in Alaska. H e pl a n s to att e nd college in the, U nit e d Sta t es thi s fall. JAM ES GRAY Nove mb er 28, 195 2 Co lon R epublic of Panama Jim s pends much of his time with music a nd was e mpl oyed as a band ass i s tant. H e was vot e d Most by th e Seniors. H e al s o lik es to ex p e riment with photography. Jim was i a m em b e r of th e Thespian s, Car i be t Club, Torrid Zone Wizards a nd th e D e Mola y H e plan s to attend Emor y Univer s it y MICHELE E. GREE NE Nove mb e r 7 1952 A n co n Canal Zone Michele 's favo rit e s ubj ec t was physi. cal educa tion. S h e plan s to att end Barry College in th e f all and purs u e a career in physica l ed u ca tion. S h e was a i m e mb e r of the French C lub th e Caribe C l ub the GAA, and was a SA hom e r oom r e pr ese nt ative. Aft e r sc h oo l s h e was a lif eg uard at the Margarita pool. Mich elle h e l p e d decorate for severa l f o r ma l dances and ass i s t e d at swimm in g me e ts. -HCI NDA KAY HELMERICHS October 10 1 952 Ancon Canal Zon e The Cana l Zone ha s b ee n Cinda's lif e lon g hom e. S h e was a majorett e in h e r sop h omo r e a nd junior yea r s and se rved as captain in h er junior year. S h e wa s also a m e mb e r of th e Torrid Zon e Wizard s She h e l ped apply mak e -up for th e cast of M ee t a Body. Cinda plans to a tt e nd Winthrop Coll ege JOSEPH L. HICKEY JR. February 28, 1952 Co lon R e public of Panama Jo e parti c ipat e d four years in ROTC. He was a platoon l ea d e r and later, a commi ss io n e d offic e r. Hi s hobb y i s amate ur radio operat ion and h e would like to enter th e fie ld of broadcasting. ANN FRANCIS HIRON S N ovember 1 3, 1952 Colon, Republic o f Panama Ann was So ph omore Vice-pr eside nt a nd a m e mb e r of th e Se nior Privil ege a nd th e Stu dent Ad v i sory Comm itt ee. S h e was Captain of th e c h ee rl eaders in h e r sen ior year. S h e participated in "B" L e agu e basketball, volle y b all, tenni s, and swimmi n g. A nn was a m e mber o f th e Girl s Drill Team, a sponsor of th e Boys Drill T ea m and a ROTC Batt a lion spo n sor. She was e l ec ted th e 1969 Jamboree Queen SCOTT COPELAND HUTCHINSON A ugu s t 23, 1952 Portland, Main e Scott's favor it e pastimes are racing cars bik es s kin diving swimmi n g, r e ading coin co ll ec ting and id e ntif ying cars. H e wa s a lo bst erman, a carpe nt e r's assistant and a lif e g uard_ H e pla n s to att e nd South Main Vocationa l In s titut e o f T ec hn ology and b eco m e an ocea n o graphe r on Lon g I s l an d Main e BRIDGET HO WARD March 25, 1952 Fort Eu stis, Vir g inia Bridg e t liv e d four years in th e Cana l Zone and ha s lived in Morocco and Casa blanca b efo r e comi n g h e r e. H e r f avorite pa s times a r e readin g and s port s In h er senior year s h e was mana ge r of th e girls A" L eague bask e tball t e am. Bridget was a m e mb er of th e N ur s es Aide Club and al so work e d in th e sc hoo l clin i c S h e p l an s to attend Charron-Williams Comm e rcial Coll ege in Miami. RANDOLPH H U LL January 6 19 52 Co lon R e public o f Panama Rand y was co ca ptain of th e football team and le ttered in tr ack a nd bask etball. H e was a member of th e fir s t place cay u co team that broke all r ecords in th e Cayu c o Race. H e was v ic e -pr esident o f the "C" C lub and a m e mb e r of th e "21" Ciub. Rand y was voted Bes t Lookin g in th e S e nior H all of Fame. H e plan s to attend the Univers it y of Florida. -1-WALTER LEA N DER ILLUND JR. July 6 1952 Ancon, Canal Zon e Walt e r was k e pt bu sy working as life g u ard and playing basketba ll and t e nni s H e wai a member of th e "C" Club and was the ROTC Battalion S l Offi cer. Walter p lans to go to Canal Zo n e Coll ege and becom e an arc hitectural e n g in ee r. BRANDT IRION June 2 3, 1952 New M e xico Brandt li ved in th e Canal Zone for t e n years_ H e e njoys parti es and playing th e g uitar. Hi s o th e r h o bbi es are amate ur radio and arche r y Brandt wa s a memb e r o f the C Club and th e footba ll t e am. H e a l so e njoys traveling in th e U nit e d S tat es and abroad. -JCHARLES E. JACKSO N Apri l 1, 1951 Indi a na Chuck att e nd e d CHS for on l y his junior and se nior years. Hi s favo rit e s ubj ec t i s Fr e n ch. Chuck trav e l e d and li ved in Japan, H awaii, Panama, and all ov e r th e Un it e d States. H e e njoys pla ying music s kindivin g, and going to th e b eac h. Chuck participated in foot b all, ROTC Drill Team a n d track. -KANA VICTOR I A KAUFER February 27, 19 5 1 Co l o n R e publi c o f Panama Vick ie was a m e mb e r of th e Caribe and N ur ses Aid e Clubs. S h e was very active in Drill Team a nd in sports Vickie was voted th e WiLlies t Senior for th e Sen ior H all o f Fam e S h e plans to att e nd San Jose U niv e r sity. ANNE KIENZLE August 22, 1952 Flus hin g, New York Anne had a l eadi n g rol e in Th e Cur i ou s Savage and was st ud e nt direc tor of Tlt e Night of Jan uary 16. She a l so work e d backs t age in seve ral plays. Ann e was a me mb e r of th e yearbook

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s taff four years and was the Editor-in Chief. S h e was a member of the Th esp ian s, the Caribe Club, The Trade Wind Staff, a nd th e National Honor Soc ietr, and s h e h e ld offices in seve ral of the above. Anne plans to m ajor in com par ative lit e r a tur e a t college. MARK KREDELL March 19, i952 Maryland Mark was very interested in spor t s w h e r e h e m a d e the All-Zone Trac k T eam. Mark was sec r e tar y of th e "C" C lub. H e h ad ex p er ience working a t sea and went to th e F a r E ast l as t su mm er. JIM KUNKEL November 20, 19 52 Co lo n R e publi c of Panama Jim's favorite subject is mechanical drawing and h e plan s to become a draftsman. Hi s favorite pastime is playing the gu it ar. H e was a member of th e Thespian Soc ie t y and was see n in the play Meet a Body LUIS LEE Jul y 30, 1951 -L-Colon, Republi c of Panama Karat e i s Luis's favorite spo r t a lon g w ith basketball and ba se ball. H e was a member of th e Caribe Club, French C lub and the S pani s h Club. His future p lan s are not known. EVELYNE LeGRAND August 28 1 952 Paris, France Eve l yne tr ave le d in France, Canada, a nd the Un it ed S t ates. She h as been ve r y active in all spo rt s She was a m em b e r of the Nurses Aide Club served as secretary a nd vice president o f th e French Club, a nd was secretary of the GAA. In h er senior year Evelyne was F Company s p o n so r. She plan s to be a ph ysica l e ducation teacher or a secreta ry. CHARLES LOYD Jun e 5,1952 Birmingham Alabama C ha r li e wou ld lik e t o purs u e apprent ices hip after graduation. H e enjoys mechanics. JACK LUGER December 2 1 19 50 Farmingto n Maine loc k i s new t o C HS thi s yea r and h as previously lived in New J ersey. H e tr ave le d to all of the Central American countri es and Mexico. H e participated in ba s ketball, baseball and tr ac k J oc k pla n s t o make politi cs hi s thin g in th e future. DEBORAH LYMAN Jul y 5, 1 952 Wenatchee, Washington D ebo r a h's main int eres t i s swimm in g S h e was a lifeguard a t Coco Solo Pool. In th e s t a t es s h e was in th e GAA and th e Na tion a l H o nor Soc ie t y Deborah plans to a tt e nd Canal Zone College in the fall. -MMARGARET McDONNELL August 2 1 1952 Ancon Canal Zone Margaret was a member of th e Nurses Aides for three yea r s S h e likes t o spend h er leis ur e tim e reading. Marga r et's goa l for the futur e i s to get a j o b in business ELICIA McINTYRE August 23,1952 Ancon Canal Zon e Elicia participated in basketball, t en nis, volleyball, and hockey. S h e likes to pla y t e nni s a nd read in her le i s ur e tim e. She lik es t o tra ve l a nd h as participated o n the yearboo k staff in th e a dv er ti s in g department. Elicia plans to a tt e nd a nurs in g schoo l in New York. JERAL SCOTT McIVER March 1 3, 1952 Fayetteville North Carolina J era l i s ne w t o th e Canal Zone. H e plan s to a tt e nd Fayetteville S t a t e in the fall and pursue a caree r in e lectron ics. l eral's favorite pastime i s working w ith cars While in the s t ates, h e worked in a restaurant as head busbo y LESLIE MAREK Jul y 30 19 52 Colon, Republic of Panama Leslie ha s participated in ba s k e tb all 'and volleyball She h as se rved as pre s id e nt of th e Caribe Club a nd the Na tional H o nor Society secre tar y of th e Torrid Zone Wi zar d s, a member o f th e Thespians, a nd a member of th e Dramatics Club. In h er junior yea r s h e was SA sec r etary and won th e Voice of D e m ocracy Conte st. She was e lecte d h er sen ior class president. S h e was c ho sen Miss CHS in th e Senior Hall of Fame. L eslie plans t o attend Mary Baldwin Co ll ege in Vir g ini a IVETTE MARTINEZ Jul y 2, 1951 Fort Clayton, Canal Zone Eddie attended sc hool a t Ft. Clayton Fayetteville, North Carolina a nd in France_ S h e was pre s id e nt o f th e Dram a C lub at Curundu Juni o r Hig h School. She was a member of th e Gennan Club at Fayetteville and was a member of th e Spanis h C lub and the Carib bean Staff at C HS. S he likes t o wat ch football and b as k e tb a ll games. I vette h opes t o a tt end th e University of P u e rto Rico and follow a career in m e dicin e PAMELA EADOWS May 19, 1952 H ous ton T exas Before coming t o th e Cana l Zone two yea r s ago Pam traveled all over th e U.S. and Mexico and liv ed in Texas and Nor th Carolina. S h e was in th e Nurses A id e C lu b two years and a l so worked at the Atla nti c Area D ay Nu r se ry. Her h obb ies are reading t aki n g long wal k s, a n d watching c hildr e n, S h e plan s to p ur sue a career in soc ia l work GREG MONTANO May 20, 1 952 B a k e r sfield, California Greg liv ed in Europe the U nit e d S t a t es, and in the Canal Zon e for two years Hi s favorite pastime s are goi n g t o th e beach a nd pl ay i ng th e guita r. H e a l so enjoys tr ac k ALPHONSO MONTENEGRO O ctobe r 10, 1 95 1 Cantagena, Spain A lphon so wou l d lik e to b eco m e a p syc hol og i st. Hi s h obb ies are reading, co ll ec tin g co in s, swi m min g, and pla ying basketball. DEBRA MOORE October 16, 1952 Olean, New York I n o n e yea r at CHS s h e p ar ticip ated in th e Caribe Club u A L eag ue basketball, a nd was a member of the cas t of Meet a B ody. H e r bobbies include sewing, bowling and wr itin g le ll ers. S h e plans t o atte nd co ll ege in th e U nit ed Stat es BREN D A KAY MORRISON May 12, 1952 Coco Solo Canal Zone .. Brenda was a m e mb er of the N ur ses Aide Club for f o ur years and the Art Club for one year. For thr ee yea r s s h e h as worked as a Pink Girl at the Coco So lo H ospita l during the s umm ers. S h e enjoys p laying ten nis a nd b as k e tball and h as p ar ti c ipat e d in Sports D ay I nt ramural s In h er spa r e tim e s h e r eads Br e nd a plans t o a tt end O l d Dominion College a nd b ecome a r eg i s t ered nurse a n d then join the a rmy. -NLINDA NEWI\iIAN October 25,1951 Coral Gables Florida Linda was a m ember of the Nurses

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Aid e Club serv ing as his t or ian in her junior year, the president of the Librar y Club in h e r junior yea r and a lso a member o f the Caribbean Staff for two years. Linda has done voluntary work in ho sp ital s in H awa ii and Florida. She enjoys s tamp co lle c ting and se wing: Lind a plan s to attend Tamp a College PATRICIA ANN NEWMAN O c tob er 25, 1951 Coral Gab les, Florid a Patri c ia was vice president of the Nurses Aide Club. She was a photogra phe r on the Caribbean Staff since h e r junior year. Pat participated in ho c k ey and in volleyball intramural s. She plan s t o attend coll ege in the U nit ed States. D10NI SIA CLAIRE NIEVES Jul y 1 8 1 95 1 Cancon, Canal Zon e Mus i c is Dionisia's major int e r es t and she h as played in the band three years, b ecoming a B and Officer in h e r junior year and sec r etary in h e r se nior year. Dioni s ia a lso participated in the French Club Nurses Aid Club, Pink Girls, Lan g u age L ab Club and the Caribe Club. S h e plans to go to Ric k s College and the n t eac h mus ic in specia l educa tion. ROBERT NOV AK May 7,1952 Seattle, Washington Rob er t was the editor of the Trade wind in his se nior yea r in ROTC for two yea r s, and a m e mb e r o f the Journali sm and Drama clubs H e was on the football t ea m, enjoys t e nnis s wim ming, hikin g, and writing. He was voted Th e W itties t by the S enio r Class. R o b ert was o n e of the stars in Meet a Body. -0-RUSSELL ANTHONY OBERHOLTZ ER January 28, 1952 Panama City, R e public of Panama Joe worked his way over t o Okinawa and Y o kah ama, Japan on the J. E Dyer during the summe r of 1 969. H e was in the Thespian Society and had roles in: Inlt er 'it the Wind, The Curious Suvage, Th e Night of Januar y 1 6, and Meet" Bod y. Joe would like to b eco m e a precis ion machinest. RICK OLIVER JR. O c tob er 26, 1951 I Pon ce, Puerto Rico I Rick has b ee n in the Canal Z o n e for l only two years_ He prev iou s l y liv ed in Pu erto Ric o, Kansas, Germany, Mass achu se tts, and N e w J ersey At Cristobal i he was o n the Caribbean Staff and was a c h eerlea d e r for the Game. H e plans to attend Miami-Dade Jr. College and become a n e l ect ronic s e n ginee r OSCAR V. ORTIZ August 26, 19 52 San Juan Pu erto Rico At CHS O sca r participat ed in foo tball and t e nni s He enjoys reading and hunti ng His favorite subjec t s a r e Math, ROTC, and Literature. Oscar lived and travele d in Pu erto Rico, Panama, New Y or k and Costa Rica. H e plans to attend Purdu e Un i versi t y in Indi ana. H e i s also planning a milit a r y ca r eer. -PSARAH LENORE PRITHAM April 19 1952 Colon. Republic of Pan a m a Sarah was cla ss president in h e r junior yea r a m em b er o f the Drill Team, and a m e mb e r of the Caribe Club In h e r senior year s h e was a h o m eroom r ep res e ntati ve and the co chairman for the Senior Privil ege Committee. Sarah plans to a ttend college in t h e U nited States -QIRIS Q U INONES D ecembe r 8,1951 Fl. Clayton Canal Zon e B efore co ming to the Canal Zone, Iris liv e d in Franc e and in Germany. She enjoys reading, swi mmin g and go lfing Iris was a m embe r of the Language L ab Club. H er plans for the futur e a r e to attend Orlando Junior College in Orlando Florida, and becom e an airline stewardess -RSHARON LEA RAY April 1 6, 1952 Ft. W orth, T exas Sharon was a memb e r of the 4H Club in the United State s. H e r h obb i es are rock collec ting and r eadi ng. Sharon plans to attend Eastern Washington State. MARY BETH REDMAN May 19 1952 Charleston, Illinoi s Mary was on the Girls Drill T ea m in her fres hman and sophomore yea r s and she was a c h ee rleader co-captain in her se nior year. She participated in intra mur a l spor t s as a member of the B L eag u e volleyball t ea m during her sopho mor e yea r and" A" L eag u e in h e r se nior yea r Mary was a h o m eroom r ep r esenta tiv e and English r ep r ese nta tiv e Aft e r graduation s h e pla n s to attend Eastern Illinois University and b eco m e a sec retary. She was e l ec t e d Be s t Dressed in her Senior Class. GLORIA MARIE RI CE April 4, 1952 Vir ginia Gloria was a member of the Girl s Drill Team and parti c ip a t e d in intra murals. She liv e d in Virginia North Carolina, and Panama the las t ten yea r s Gloria was a membe r of the Homecoming Court. She plans t o attend Ca n a l Zon e College. ALFRED RICHARDSON F ebruary 27, 1952 Alfr ed was a m e mb e r o f F Compan y in ROTC R ea din g a nd s kindivin g was his way of spe ndin g l e isur e tim e Alfr e d look s forward to attending Canal Z o n e College. PATRICIA IRENE RIESTER September 25, 19 52 Shelbyville, Kentu c k y Pat was a memb er of the Science Club in h er junior year. She was on the n e ws p a p er, yearbook, and photography staffs in h er sen ior year. She a lso h el p ed with plays and dan ces. Pat plans to attend college. CARMEN MILAGROS RIVERA D ece mb e r 17, 1952 Cabo Rojo R e public of P a nama Carmen was a m embe r of the National H o nor Society, Caribe Club Nurses Aide, and Spanish Club She lived in thp Canal Zone two yea rs. Carmen was active in after school spor t s, and s h e was the sop h o more e ditor of the Caribbean. f\Jler graauatlo n s h e plan s to attend the UnIve rsity of Florida or Puert o Rico and pur s ue a ca r eer in scie n ce. GARY EINAR ROBERTSON April 1, 195 3 Fujuok a. J apa n I n the six years Gary ha s b ee n h ere h e ha s l eft quit e a mark at CHS He participated in the National Science Foundation Student Science Training Pro gra m at Lo yola Unive rsity in New Orleans. H e also received a Letter of p e rformanc e in the 1969 National M erit Scholarship Qualify in g T esl. H e was a m e mber of the National Honor Society, pres ident of the Student A ssoc iation e ditor-in-chief of the Tr adew ind, copy editor of the Caribbean, his t oria n of the Caribe Club, and a m embe r of the "21" Club. Gary was vote d M ost Int ellec .ual for the Senior Hall of Fame. GEORGE DAVID ROBERTSON Novemb e r 1 3, 1951 Colon, Republic of P a nama

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Davy's main inter es t was divided between spo rt s a nd ROTC H e pa r tici pated in b aseba ll t e nnis, a nd junior varsity basketball. I n ROTC h e was a member of th e Drill T ea m and was a platoon l eader. After grad u ation D avy p l a ns to go to a trade sc hool. P ATT I LOU ROBSON March 4 1952 Grove City, Patti h as bee n a t CHS since her sophomore year. She atte nd ed sc h oo l s i n O h io, P en nsylvani a, and H awaii. She p l ans t o a tt e nd Canal Z o n e College She was a member of th e Nurses Aid e Club and a cafe t e ria mo n i tor -SODUS J S HORT Septem b er 22, 1951 Fort Worth, T exas Buddy en joys s kin diving and workin g on cars and m o t o r cycles H is favor it e s ubject i s physic s E DITH ANNE SMITH November 19 19 52 A n co n Cana l Z o n e Edith liv ed i n th e Cana l Z one all h er l if e. S h e partieipated in yolleyball basketba ll and swi mm in g. Edith was a mem ber of th e Girls Drill Team in h e r s enior yea r. She enjoys going to th e beac h and reading H er p l ans for the future are to attend Prospect H all in Ft. Lauderda l e, a nd to become a stewa r dess. TERRI SMITH Febr u a r y 17, 19 52 Pa n a m a C ity, R ep u blic of P a n ama T e rri was a membe r of th e Nurses Aide C l ub and th e Girl s Drill T eam. She participated in volleyball a nd ba s ketball i n tr amura l s. T err i e njoys sewin g a nd workin g w ith p lant s. S h e was voted Frie n d li es t for th e Senior H all of Fame. T e r ri plans t o attend Marmount Coll ege. In the futur e s h e wou l d lik e a job w hi c h w ill ena ble h e r t o work in clo se con t ac t wit h peo ple J AMES SPEARS D ece mber 1 1 952 Quonset Point, Rhode I s l and Jim would lik e t o be a motorcycle dealer. His hobbi es in c lud e li steni n g t o records readi n g, riding motorcycle s, swimmin g, buildin g model a irpl anes, a nd practicing judo. ROBERT BJARNE SPI LLING M arc h 4, 1 952 New Orleans, Loui s i a n a Robby was a m embe r of the Dra" C lub a nd Torrid Zone Wizards i n hi s freshman and sop h o m ore yea r s. H e was a lso a member o f th e swimmin g t eam i n his se nior year VICKI S PRINGER March 20 1952 Akron, Ohi o Vicki liv ed in th e Canal Z one for thre e yea r s Her favorite subject is s h ort h a nd and s he woul d like t o be co me a secreta ry. Her h ob bi es are sewi n g, goi n g to th e beach, a nd being o utd oo r s MARCELLA STANDBRIDGE October 2 1 1951 Fl. Camp b ell, Kentucky Marcella 's hobbies includ e scuba diving, hor sebac k riding, a nd reading S h e wou l d l ik e t o b e a beautician. -VDONNA JEA N VALENTINE September 1 2, 1952 D e tr o it Michigan Donna was a h o m eroo m representa tive a nd won an awar d as th e most outs t and in g r e pres en t ative in h e r junior year. She starred i n the schoo l play Meet a Body, and was a member of the Thespians D o nn a worked as pub li ci t y c h a i rma n for the 1 968 19 69 prom and o n the d ecora t ing committee for the C h ristmas formal. She plans t o a tt e nd the Fash i on In sti tut e of America a nd Massey J r. Coll ege in At l anta, Georgia. LINDA S. VAUGHT September 1 3, 1 952 Oakland, Ca l ifornia Lind a was a m em ber of th e Torrid Z one Wizards in h er so ph omore yea r. S h e was in th e N ur ses Aide C l ub i n both h er sop homo re and j unio r yea r s and on th e Caribbea n Staff as a j un ior. Lind a wou ld lik e to be come an e l e mentary schoo l teacher. S h e enjoys r ea ding sewin g, and pl ayi n g ca rd s -W-DENISE WARD Sep t e mb er 8, 1952 Bradenton, Florida Denise r e turn ed t o the Cana l Zon e i n th e middle of her junio r yea r after h avi n g lived in Florida for two years. She was a member of th e Carib e Club, The National H onor Soc i ety, th e S tu dent Advisory Comm itt ee, a nd th e secre t a ry of th e Student Association. S h e was the decoration co mmitt ee c h airman for th e prom and th e C hri stmas formal. She was also th e ROTC "E" Co mp any spo nso r D enise p l a ns t o attend th e Univers it y of Florid a, a nd th e n become a n airline stewardess. J AMES PHILIP WASHABAUGH Sep t ember 13, 1952 Col o n Republi c of P a nama Jim enjoys wor kin g on e l ectro nic Clay d e monstrat es his abili t y 1 0 play with hi s eyes closed. e qui pmen t and plans to make e lectronics hi s ca r eer Jim i s curr e nt l y a member of four differen t radi o clubs. H e p l a ns t o en li st in th e navy STE PHEN WILKINSON M arc h 22, 1 952 Fort B e nnin g, Georgia S t eve lived in th e Z one two years. His favorite s ubje c t was m echan i ca l draw i ng a nd Steve wis h es to become an archi t ect. Steve was th e sec r etary in his Expl orer post at Fort L ee, Vir g inia. BARBARA PENNY WILDER J anuary 5 1 952 Brooklyn, ew York Penny was a membe r o f th e G irl s Drill T ea m in h e r freshman year a nd l a t er became th e assistant co mm ande r in h er j unior year. S h e part i cipa t ed on th e "An Leagu e voll eyball t ea m as a junior. P e nny was commander of th e Girl s Drill T eam during her se nior year a nd wa s a lso a m ember of GAA. LUIS WONG J anuary 8,1952 Col o n : R e public of Panama Lui s worked in th e Free Zone at M o u as. H e enjoys a varie t y of s port s includin g foot ba ll baseball swimming a nd tennis In hi s l e i sure tim e he co ll ects co in s a nd s t amps f r om diff ere nt nations of the world CHRISTOPHER JOHN WORKMAN O c t obe r 11, 1 950 Co l o n R epublic of Panama Chris e nj oys carpe nt ry. His h ob bi es include collec tin g coins, s t amps, a nd ea rth enware DlTA MAR I A WORKMAN April 24 1 952 Col o n R ep u blic of Panama Dil a was a m e mber of t h e GAA, th e Drill Team of which s h e was co mm ande r, a nd th e Sen ior B oard Committ ee She participat e d in volleyba ll t ennis, and basketball. S h e was a c h ee rl ea d er during her junior and senio r years. Dit a plans t o att e nd Southwe s t T exas S l a t e College. 163

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164 SPECIAL EVENTS ATLANTIC SIDE WINS FIRST AND SECOND PLACE I N OCEAN-TO-OCEAN CAYUCO RACE Destiny" (PT-l) spo nsored by the Cri s tobal Elk s Lodge fini s hed the r ace in the winning time of 6 h ours, 19 m inutes, and 58 seconds Crew m e mbers were: Rand y Hull Ric hard Boc k Jo e Cronan and Mark Kr e dell. ROBERTSON PRESENTS SA AWARDS S.A. Presid ent Gary Rob ertson pres ided ove r the ann ual Award s A sse mbly and gav e awards to H.R R e pre s entatives Martinez an d Mit c h e ll Blan c h ette. "Pre dator" (PT-2) a lso s pon sored b y the Cri sto bal Elk s Lodge c ame in seco nd Its crew members were: Gregg Gog uen Bill y D ea t on, P e ter Swain, and Robert B l oemer.

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LOCKAGE TIlROUGH M IRAFLORES NEW SA OFFICERS ELECTED E l ec ted t o l ead the Student As soc iation next yea r were: Mic hael M cCan n, trea surer; Nancy Ed mond s on, sec r e t a ry ; Michael D ex ter, presid e nt; an d D o u g l as J e ffries, vice-president. 165

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166 In high school one is prepared for life in an academic manner. How ever, the local merchants provide an education also. They teach students something of business practices, atti tudes, and So our adver tisers, too, play a part in preparing for life. 167

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168 Congratulations to the Class of 1970 For 41 years PAN AM has been privileged to serve the travel needs of the canal zone students and faculty. GOING TO COLLEGE ABROAD? See Pan American's Guide to the Principal Universities of the World PA..LV IR.I:CA..LV' WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE 1.002 I I th Street Colon, R.P. Telephones-Cristobal 3-2992 Colon 7-1980

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ALDAO Panama Hat Store 55 Front S tr eet Colon Compliments of COLON TOURS AND HERTZ 11th Street Fro nt Ave Joyeria Casullo Avenida de Frente No. 45 Tel. Z-0848 Colon, R P The wa l erproof wa l ch you n ever have 1 0 win d SWISS JEWELRY STORE I I th and Front Street P. O. Box 447 ( Across f rom the New R ailroa d S t a tion) CHARLES PERRET, S.A. General Agent for Omega and Tissot Watches in The Republic of Panama Colon, R. P 169

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170 Established 1909 BOYD BROTHERS STEAMSHIP AGENCIES, LTD. At the Panama Canal Telefonos : 7-1520 7 -1521 7-1522 Calle 9A. Y Apartado 452 Zona libra Avenida Del Frente Colon, Rep. De Panama Compliments of PEIKARD Located in Colon Free Zone Compliments of J. J. PALOMERAS FRENCH BAZAR Colon

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Congratulations to the Class of 1970 From UNITED FRUIT COMPANY Cristobal, Canal Zone 171

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Congratulations to the Class of 1970 172 PANAMA CANAL YACHT CLUB Cristobal, Canal Zone

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The Caribb ea n Staff h as tri e d to record this schoo l year at CHS as best as possible. Composed of l ess th an t e n stude nt s it accomplished this t ask after overpowering many obstacles, and produced the 1970 Caribbean. Th e s taff wishes to thank all th e peopl e w h o in o n e way or ano ther m ade thi s accomplishment possible. Sp ecial thanks go to Mr. A d cock who proofre a d our copi es, Mr. Gansen who took photograph s and to Mr. Koziol who did a l o t of every thing. Last b ut not l east, we tha nk Foto gra fi ca Pana ma and the Ta ylor Publi s hin g Com-PO"' ':;;:::; Jeannett e Cox C oe ditor Co-editors ................ Anne Ki enz le Jeannette Cox Juni or High .......... Barbara H a rtm a n Fa culty and Curriculum .... Lana Boon e Ann e Ki e n z le Student Life ... ......... Ricardo Ol ive r Sports ................... Ricardo Oliver Or ganization s ...... ....... Jeanne tte Cox Ann L a uritzen Lana Boone Freshme n ................ J ea nn e tte C o x Sophomores ............ Carmen Rivera Juni ors ................... Lana Boone Senior s Lin da Newman J ea nn ette C o x Ph otog raph s . . . . . . Dani el V a l e ntin e Tommy S o uth e rland 173

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174 TO HELP SHAPE OUR FUTURE WE HAVE LEARNED NEW STEPS BY ... OBSERVING S UPPORTING DOING SOCIALIZING GIVING 175

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APPREHENSION DIVERSION 178 IN OUR JOURNEY WE ENCOUNTERED ... SATISFACTION SOLITUDE COMPANIONSHIP JOY 179

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ROTC -...... CPT JUAN M. MATA SFC JOHN W. PROPST SSG DALLAS 1. DEES "E" COMPANY CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR RESERVE 180 LTC Ann Hirc ns, 2LT "F" COMPANY OFFICER TRAINING BUILDS CHARACTER Since September 1950 Cristoba l High School has been very fortunate to offer as part of the regular cur riculum a Junior R eserve Officer Trainin g Pro gram. CHS is one of 500 hi g h school s authorized by the Army to have ROTC t raining. The entire Battalion of 120 boys participated on severa l occasions as a unit. There were four reviews held at the stadium. On other occasions the Battalion travel e d to Balboa for pa rade s or for competition. Culminating the trav e l s and comp e tition between BHS and CHS was the eve ntful An nual Field Night. A ni g ht the boys looked forward to and comp e ted as in dividual s or membe rs of a squad, pla toon, company, or the Drill Team. m -'& 181

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182 DRILL TEAM BRINGS BACK TROPHY RTGHT: Drill T eam marches in V ete r ans Day Parade and performs in seco nd nine week s night review.

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takes tim e o ut to pose f o r the This year was spotlighted with another first for our Drill Team. For the first time they went to compete at the Southern Hi g h Schools Drill Me e t in Macon, Georgia, and in comp e tition against 32 state-side drill t eams, brought back the secon d place trophy Ending the school year wa s the Award s Ball. This was our formal dress nig h t when awards to our dis tinguished cadet s were given. Students at CHS wear with pride the uniform of a ROTC cadet, a cadet whose motto i s DUTY-HONORCOUNTRY. ROTC SPO NS ORS D e ni se W ard, Ann Hiron s, Hil a Lyman and Evelyne Legrand THE GIRLS DRILL TEAM Sarah Pritham N a n c y Edmonds o n Ann Gonzal ez, Mari a n Krede ll R ose mary Chris tian Mar c ia Whitney. Lynn Gre gg, Penny Wild e r (:uptu in, R oherta Colc, S h erry K ern, J anet Brandenbur g, Jean Smith J a n B jo r neby, Edith Sm ith, Vi c ki K a uf er. 183

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184 NEW ACTIVITIES SPOTLIGHT ROTC The ROTC h ad many a ctIVItIes ou t s ide the re gularly sch edule d five h ours of i nstruct ion_ This pa s t year was hig hli g hted by the organization and train in g of a RANGER platoon_ A group of rugged, ag g r ess ive ca d ets participated in Field Traini ng Exer c i ses with the 8th Specia l Force s A RANGER p a t c h was awarded to the f e w cadets who met a ll the phys i ca l and m e ntal s tandards required_ Other hig hli g ht s included a leader s hip school h e ld durin g the summer. Sixty cade t s palticipated in a strict-discip lin ary two week cour se condu c t e d b y the R egular Army NCO A ca dem y at Fort Rand a lL A scuba diving cou rse was anot her first. Tw e nty ca dets received scub a divin g certificate s for s u ccess fully completing the two week course: ROTC COLOR GUARD Reggi e Southerland. T erry Walline Donald Byrd, Paul Heady. ABOVE: Jam es Washabaugh, Jimmy Butle r and Robert Nova k take a break in their jun 'slc tra ini ng exe r c ise. BELOW : Revi ewinf!; party awards 1 st nin e w eeks ribbon for bes t company t o "E" Co. CPT Matta. COL lach o n MAJ Fis h e r P a t Newman. Robert Phillips, Rob ert F ord, O scar Ort iz, Rob ert Tu ck. TRAINING Ann Hiron s find s ou t that ROT C jungle training d ocs not dis c rimin ate against girls. B oys are K e nneth Hill and Bru ce B r o wn. Th e drill t eam r e turns from Macon Georgia with second p l ace trophy. Th e Drill T eam commander was John Martin a n d the sponsor was Hila L yman. 185

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Mr and Mrs Sam Kardanski Peikard Zona Libre Mr and Mrs Edger Lindo Copt. and Mr s. J finl e y Meehan Mr and Mrs T E M i n ehar t Miss M yrna and Min Magda Acosta Mr and Mrs J E Agee Mr and Mr s. Colvin Roy Aldridge Mr s. J Allen Anonymous No. 11 Lt. Col. and Mr s. R V Atkinson Mr ond Mr s. Donold D Au s tin Mr ond Mrs. Boily Mrs. Boitel Mrs. R. C. Bollou SfC ond Mrs. Chorles L. Bonks lionel L Borfi eld MSG ond Mr s M elbourne M Selgrove Mr. ond Mrs. N eil B e llond Mr ond Mrs. Edword H B e nsen Mr ond M rs. Rob e rt B e rg e r Mr ond Mrs. f B e rry SfC ond M rs. J immie R Best Copt. and Mrs G S etoncourt Mr ond M rs. Richard Bjorneb y Mr s. R J Bloir Or. ond Mrs. R J Bradley Mr ond Mrs. Don Brayton Mr.ond Mrs. R L. Brian s Allen S. Brown lSG ond Mrs. Donald Brown Mr. ond Mrs. D E Bruce Virginia Will e tt Siount Mr ond Mrs. T J. Burbine Mr and Mrs G f Burg e Mr and Mrs W R Syrd Moj Jos e A Colderan ond Fom ond M rs. Da v id Contu Mr ond Mrs C. W Carden Mr ond Mrs R e ne' Cortillo Mr E R Carwithe n Mr ond Mrs Cecil W Coudill June Cawarr Mr ond Mrs. Lorry Cellucci Mr ond Mrs. E T Choppell Jr. Mr. Herbit D Cheshir e CSM and Mr s W H Childre n Carolyn B. Christoph H. L. Clarke, Jr. H. D. Clayton Mr and Mrs. Dovid E. Coffey Mr. and Mrs Richord Condon C. D Corbe tt Mrs. P Coronado Mr ond Mr s. Jose ph S Cosn igon Mr ond Mrs William J Cronan SGM and Mrs P M Dorey Mr ond Mrs Loui s F D edeou x Mr and Mrs Rupert D ejes u s Mr and Mrs C. D D e Lopp Mr and Mr s. Donold C. D e nis Mr ond Mrs H e nry C. DeRaps Mr. ond Mrs Chorles DeTore J B. DeVoll Col and Mr s. George E Dexter Mr ond Mrs. H A Dockery Mr and Mrs Jomes A Dors e y Mr ond Mrs G H Egger, Jr. CARIBBEAN BOOSTERS Mr and Mrs. John H Engelke Elinor D. Feeley Jomes A. Feeley J S Ferrel Mr and Mr s Gilbert K Ferro Mr and Mrs. Cyrus W Fie ld LTC and Mrs. George Font Col. and Mrs. John O Ford Moj. Fred Fragos o Copt. and Mrs R. A Fryer Mr .W.J.G. Mr ond Mrs. Richard Gadbois Mr. ond Mrs. Robert Gegg Cheri Gercich Teso Gonzoles Gloria M. Good Mr. ond Mrs. Williom R. Grohom Mr ond Mrs. B. B. Groy Mrs.R.Greer Mr and Mrs. Alfred A. Griffith ond Fom. Copt. ond Mrs John Grinnell Mr. ond Mrs R. H Grubbs Mr. ond Mrs Stonley Gussow Mr. ond Mrs. John Hall CTC F. L. Homilton USN Mr ond Mrs. Robert Hommand Mr ond Mrs. K H Honnoh Mr and Mrs A r nold Honnbe ry Copt. ond Mrs T L. Horris Dr ond Mrs Edward W Healey Judy (Oberholtzer) and Rich Hebbl e Chris Henning Dina ond Lino Hernondez George J. Herring Mr. ond Mrs Poul Hieronymous Mr and Mrs L. L. Highley Mr ond Mrs Victor Higgin s Sernice A. Hill M r. ond Mrs Kenneth Hixon Mr ond Mrs Will iom L. Hodgson Copt. and Mrs Wm E. Hopkins Copt. ond Mrs Frederick T Hoppe Mr ond Mrs. Jame s T Howord Mr and Mrs. Charles W How e Dr. ond Mr s. Klau s Huebner Mr and Mrs. E Guy Huldtquist Mr. ond Mrs. R. F Huldtquist Copt. ond Mrs N. R Hutchinson C. W. O. and Mrs. J. C. Iborro Mr. and Mrs. Ronold Jocobs Danol d D Jocques Mrs.A. E.Joketic J P. Johnson Mr and Mrs. Robert L. Jones Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thomas J P Jane Charles G. Judge Mrs Karrer Mr and Mrs T. L. Koufer Mark Kelly Copt. ond Mrs J E Kennedy CTCS K. R. Kinkle USN Mrs Knight Mr and Mrs. Korenbrod Mr. and Mrs. Edw i n Koziol Mr. and Mr s. Paul A. Kunk e l Teddy F. Lomb Mrs. Larsens Mr. John P. Lasher Mr and Mrs. Robert D. Lawrance Mr and Mrs. Worren Lentz Copt. C. W. Lewis lifeguards: Tom, Vick Ed. H Lloyd Mr and Mrs E. R. Loibl SFC and Mrs Louis G. Luna Mr and Mrs H Lund Mr and Mr s. James C. MacDermott Carl F Moedl R Mon s W E .Marek SFC and Mrs Alfred Mores Mrs S F Moson III MSG and Mrs. Roy L. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. May Jr. R McCullough Mr. and Mrs. M L. McCullough Mr and Mr s. Joseph P. McDonald "-Mr. and Mrs S J McDonnell Mr and Mrs. G P. McGlothlin SSG and Mrs Don McKeever Maj and Mrs Charles H Melendon Mrs Melvin Menges Mr and M rs. Dan iel B Merrick Mr and Mrs Chodes R Miller Mrs L f Molono Irma Monclova Antania Novorro Mr and Mrs. Charles M. Newbury Katherine Ann Newbury Patricio Newbury Mr and Mr s Andreos Nico laisen James D. Norman Capt. and Mrs. Roy Novak Mr and Mrs Russell E Oberholtzer Mr and Mrs Jahn T O Donnell "-John J O ellart Copt. and Mrs James Oleskevich Mr and Mr s E C. Overstreet Jr. Mrs R Padro Mr and Mrs Luke Palumba Mr and Mrs Rob e rt Parker Sa my E Porker Mr. and Mrs Jerry W Pelfrey LPere z Rosie Peyketewo Mr. and Mrs. pfau Mrs. D. N. Painier Mr and Mrs. Darwin E. Pope Mr and Mrs Burton L. Powell K. D Pregler Carme n A De Quinones Carmen Quinones Luis Gilber to Quinones Maj Ni c olos Quinones M D. Nicolas Quinones SfC ond Mrs William Quintero MSG Miqu e l R Romir e z Mr ond Mrs. A. A. Rankin WiJliam A. Rankin Lt. and Mrs Roplan Mr and Mrs Randall Redmon W H Reid ond Fomily Mr. ond Mrs G C. Reif Mojel E Reinheimer Copt. W A Reinheimer Mr ond Mrs T. C. Roberts .on Mr ond Mrs Morvin H Robinson Mrs Rodrigu e z Micha e l Romero K S Rosco e Mr and Mrs H e nry V Ross Mr and Mrs Ray Rowley Mrs St ella Rie fkohl Cad O Riggs Jr. Capt. A S Riga Mr and Mr s. I. R Sanders Jr. Mr and Mrs. Wendell Sasso Mr and Mrs Harv e y W Sauter Mr and Mrs G Scheibe Mrs J Schofi e ld CTU R C Schaub, USN Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott Mr and Mrs Rolph L. S ell and Fom R V S everance Mr and Mrs Doug l a s S Smith Mr ond Mr s. J C. Smith Mr ond Mrs Smitty Mr and Mrs Gilbert Sallas Mr and Mrs R Stane szewski Copt. and M rs. Rob e r t K Stanley Mr and Mrs Carl H Starke Mr and Mrs James E Steorns Mr and Mrs Rob e rt A Stevens Ernest Stiebritz W LStilson Mr and Mrs Horst A. Stoll berg A. N Stout Mr ond Mrs A. J Stawski Mrs. Suarez Mrs Rebeco Swank MSG Mrs Chorlie Whisky T e lfoir R B. Thomp son Capt. and Mrs C. V Torstenson Mr ond Mrs Peter Tortorici Mr and Mrs Harry E Townsend Mr and Mrs Fred T rout Elizab e th M Turn e r Mr and Mrs John W Urey Copt. and Mrs Rofoel Vosquez Luis M Vego.Soto Mr and Mrs R E Waggoner Jean Wainio Mr and Mrs F Perry Woshobough "-Mr. and Mrs Fronk W. Weber William E. Weigle Jr. S A .Weily Dayton Wells Mrs Shirl e y M Wenlz Capt. A L. Wilder Mr and M". A rthur T Wilder Mrs Wilfred Mr and Mrs W H Will Copt. and Mrs Gerold R Williom s Mr ond M rs. J R Williams Mr a n d M rs. Sob Williford Mr and Mrs W C. Williford MSG R F Winder CT2 W A. Woll esen, USN CTCS and Mrs Normon Woodcock Mr and Mrs. W W Woodruff Mr ond Mrs. Fre d Workman Copt. and M rs. Arthur Yanda W O. S. Romow Guillermo Yepez Daisy Zochry

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ADMINISTRATION 12 ADVERTISING 166 ART 1 8 ART CLUB 94 AWARDS ASSEMBLY 164 BAND 62 BASEBALL 7B, 79 BASKETBALL 68,69,82,83 BUSINESS 19 BONFIRE 39 "C" CLUB 96 CARIBBEAN BOOSTERS IB6 CARIBBEAN STM'F 173,92 CARlilE CLUB 90 CA YUCO RACE 164 CHEERLEAUERS 43 CLINIC 14 CLUBS 84 CONCERTS 62 CURRICULUM 10 DRAMATI C CLUB 100 DRILL TEAM 1 82, 183, 185 ENGLISH 20 FACULTY AND CURRICULUM FOOTBALL 70,71 ,72, 73 FOREIGN LANGUAGES 22,23 FRENCH CLUB 88 FRESHMAN CLASS 112 FRESHMAN SOP HOMORE BRAWL 38 ADCOCK, CARL F. 20,57 ,100 AGEE ROBERT 4 1,72,76 ALLEN, JOANNE G. 14 BERGER, ROBERT 31, 108 BOCK, RICHARD W. 26,27 BRIGHT, ADAMARY A. 1 5 CAMPBELL, BARBARA L. 3 1 CARWITHEN. EDWARD R. 29.62, no CHESH IRE HERBIT D. 20,105 CONDON MARY L. 34 COWLEY. LAWRENCE A. 26.130 DEDEAUX LOIS F. 31,41,68,72,96 DEES DALLAS L. 180 DOBBINS JOEL B. 20,93 ELFERS. JA NE K. 20, 89 FATTOROSI, LOUIS J 20,142 FATTOROSI. MARGARET C. 3 1 GANSEN, WILLIAM J 34 GEGG, ANNE D. 22.88,90 GOCHENOUR, RICHARD D. 19 GREGG EUGENE T. 34 GRI FFITHS, JACINTA E. 14 A -ABRESCH. ERNEST 30,72,77,121 ADAMS, CLYDE III ADAMS. NEKELDA 113 ALBEHGA CHA RLE S 110 ALBERGA, SANDRA 30 89. 91 ALBERGA CHARLENE 143,144 ALBERGA. SHEILA 91 ALCALA NELLY 104 ALEXAn IS. S HERI LYNN 106 ALLEN BRIAN 20,72, 121 ALLEN. LONNIE 110 ALL EN, WILLIAM 95, lOS AL'lNIS. JAY 131 AMBUHN, IlUDDY 107 ANTON MAHTA 88.89.121 APODACA CYNTHIA 106 APODACA. MICHAEL 77 APONTE J U LIO 79, 1 3 1 APONTE, STEPHEN 28, 113 ARBAUGH. SUSAN 110 ARCAND, BENNY 72 ARCANO BENJAMIN 121 GENERAL INDEX GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 97 GIRLS DRILL TEAM 1 83 GIRLS GLEE CLUB 62 GOVERNOR'S YOUTH COUNCIL 101 GRADUATION 64,65 GUIDANCE 15 HALL OF FAME 18 HOMECOMING DANCE 44,45 HOMECOMING QUEEN 44,45 HOME ECONOM IC S 24 HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES 47 I NDUSTR IAL ARTS 25 JAMBOREE 40.41 JAMBOREE QUEEN 40,41 JUNIOR CLASS 130 JUNIOR HIGH 104 JUNIORSENIOH PROM 60.61 LANGUAGE LAB CLUB 91 LETTERM AN'S BANQUET LIBRARY 16 MAJORETTES 55 MATHEMATICS 26, 27 MUSIC 28,29 NATIONAL HONOR SOC I ETY 86,87 NURSES AIDES 98 OFFICE STAFF 14 ORGANIZATIONS 84 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 30,31 PLAY S 56,57 PINK GIRLS 99 PROM 60,61 READING 17 REVIEWING OFFICERS 181, 184 R.O.T.C. 180 SAFETY C LUB 95 SCIENCE 32,33 SC IE NCE AND ENGINEERING QUIZ 27 SENIOR CLASS 140 SENIOR C LAS S OFFICERS 142 SEN IOR PROM 60,61 SENIOR SUMMAR IES 1 58 SOCIAL SCIENCE 34 SOPHOMORE CLASS 120 SPANISH CLUB 89 SPEC IAL EDUCATION 17 SPORTS 66 STUDENT ASSOCIATION 42,46,47,165 STUDENT LIFE 36 SWIMM ING 74, 75 TALENT SHOW 63 TENNIS 80 THEME 4 THESPIANS 100 TRACK 66,67 TRADEWIND 93 UNDERCLASSMEN 102 VOLLEYBALL 81 FACULTY AND STAFF INDEX GRUBBS, RANDALL H. 26, 10 5 HARRI S, JOAN F. 31,74,82,83 HERBORN PETER M. 34 HIERONYMUS, PAUL 32,46 HOFFMAN, MARTY 69, BO HOLLOWAY, JESSE C. 25,107 HOLM GRA IN. ERNEST D. 25 HOWARD TELMA R. 22,106 HOWELL, ROY E 26 JACOBS RONALD 35, 1M 106 JEFFRIES, PAUL J 25 KNIGHT CAROL J. 32, 106 KOZIOL, EDWIN M. 18 LITTON, DOUGLAS B. 30,31 ,72, 7B, 79 MAEDL, CARL F. 12,13,87 MASON, EMMA LOUISE 32, 110 MATA JUAN M. 180,181,184 MAZZON I BERNARD R. 26. 110 M cCULLOUG H ROBERT E 35,95, In McDONNELL, JOSEPHINE 14 M c NAUGHTON, ELIZ ABET H C. 24 MEEHAN, DOROTHY 22, 107 STUDENT INDEX ARNHEITER, LINDA 24,30, B9. 131 ATKINSON, CHRISTI 63, 121,125 ATKINSON KEVIN 106 AUSTIN, ALMANUBIA B9, 131, 138 AUSTIN, ELAINE 113 AUSTIN, PATRICIA 76, BO, BI, 97,131 AUS TIN, PAUL 109 AUSTIN, SUSAN 104 AUSTIN DONALD, JR. lOB B BABCOCK,LORNA 121 BACON. BRUCE 21,59,121 BAIARDI CLAUDIA 113 BAITEL, IlA RBARA 104 BAITEL, PAUL 121 BAKER. CAROL 106,108 BAKER, PAUL III BALMER KATHY 107 BANKS. BARBARA 29,55, 90 121 BARGER, DONNA 42,55,63.94.99.143 BAR GER, DARYN 42,55,63,94,99,143 BARGER, MICHAEL 72, 121 MOWERY, ROBERT L. 1 5 MUNOZ ELISA 14 NORMAN, JAMES D. 32,33, 120, 129 PALUMBO LUKE C. 15 PALUMBO, LUKE T. 32 PFAU G RACE S. 17,98 PFAU, JAMES H. 1 3 PHILLIPS. MARTHA I. 21, 104 PROPST, JOHN W. 180 REEVES C HARLES T. 26,95 RIEFKOHL STELLA 22,88, 107, lOB SHAR I CK, EARL C. 17 SMITH DORTHY H. 21 STEARNS, J AMES E 22,23 STEVENS, DELORITA L. 14 STONE, BRENDA C. 19, 112 TAYLOR, MARION B. 14 TYSKA, ELIZABETH 21, lOB WELLS, DAYTON N. 16 WILFRED, UGOLENA 21. 109 ZEMDRZUSKI,IRENEUSZ 181 BARGER, STEVEN 109 BARR JAMES 28 BARR, P E TER 105 BARR, ROBERT 131 BARRAZA, EVELYN lOB BARRAZA, JAIME 121 BASSETT, BARBARA 29,143 BASSETT JEAN 29, 74, 131 BAXTER MARILYN 119 BEALE MICHAEL 131 BEALE RICHARD 17,121 BEEBE WILLIAM 121 BEHHE THOMAS 16 BELGHAVE, GENEVIEVE 98 BELLO, HOLLY 121 BENSON, CHRISTOPHE 28,107 BER NARD, CHARLES 32,121 BERNARD, LINDA 110 BERRY FRANK 72,121 BETANCOURT ROSEMARY 116,1l9 BETCHER, BARBARA 24, 121 BIRD JAMES JR. III BJORNEBY, JAN 97, 130 183 187

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BJORNEBY MICHAEL 28, BLAIR, MAJOR IE III BLANCHARD, TIMOTHY 28 BLANCHETTE, GERIANNE 28,121 BLANCHETTE MITCHELL 47,57,68, 76 77, 96, 143, 164 BLANCHETTE, PAULA 109 BLEVINS, ELIZABETH 131 BLEVINS HARRY 72,131 BLOEMER, BARBARA 28, 77, 71, I13 BLOEMER BARBARA 28,77, HI. I13 BLOEMER, ROBERT 72, 74, 75, 96, 121, 164 BLOUNT LUCY III BOCK, RICHARD 14 3, 164 BOCK, ROBIN I13 BON ILLA ARNALDO I10 BOONE lANA 22,86,90,91,92,131 BOONE, MARIA 55,74,90, 129 BOOTH, RICHARD 32, 121 BORJA, L1ZA 105 BORJA JR., ROBERT 143 BORSElLlNO, HENRY 12J BOS EMAN VIVIAN 132 BOSWELL, DEBRA 20, 122 BOSWELL MICHAEL 105 BOWERS CARL 107 BOYER LIVIA I10 BOYER, OSCAR, JR. 109 BOYLAND, CHARLOTTE 109 BOYLAND, RITA 55,88,90,122,129 BRADLEY, BARBARA 60 BRADLEY. BETTY I13 I16 BRADSHAW, PATRICIA I10 BRANDENBURG, HAP 60 ,68 BRANDENBURG JA NE T 122,18 3 BRANNON,GEORGE 109 BRIA NO, CEC ILIA 122 BRIDWELL ARTHUR I1 3 BRIDWELL, PAMELA 108 BRINGAS EDWARD, JR. 28, I12 BROCK, LA URA 109 BROCK LINDA 35, 90, 122, 125 BROCKMAN ROBERT 107 BROWN, AMBER I10 BROWN BRUCE 185 BROWN CARLOS 72,77,122 BROWN DEBRA 108 BROWN ,. DONALD 107 BROWN ELISA 106 BROWN, JANET III BROWN, KATHLEEN 22,23,91, I13 BROWN, MELINDA 98. I13 liS BROWN, PATR I CE 117, I19 BROWN TERRI III BROWN STEPHEN 143 BUNDY EARL 107 BURBINE ANTHONY III BURGE S USAN 88 113 BURGESS, ELIZABETH 106 BURGESS KATHRYN 29,132 BURGOS DANIEL JR. III BUS H KATHRYN 119 BUTLER, CARMEN 29,88,89,90,91, 132 BUTLER, III, JAMES 32,53,69,79,90, 144. 1 56. 181 BYNOE, CARLOS III BYRD DONALD 57,100, 132,184 BYRD MARY 24 BYARD. MICHAEL 74, I13 BYRD ROBERT 28, I1 3 -C-CAIN, MIKE 109 CALKINS, JEANNE 106 CANTU LINDA III CAREY, DEBORAH 106, 108 CAREY, L'NORE 43,144 CARLISLE, CATHERINE 47,81,100,122, 129 CARLI S LE, JOH N 27,50,54,74,87, 90, 96,100, 101, 144 CAROLL DIANE I19 CARTER BETH 29 188 CASH, CAROL 144 CASH, JIMMY 109 CASH MARY 18, 122, 129 CASTRO, HARRY 68 CASTRO, RAUL 89, 91, 1 32 CAUDILL, CHERYL 98, 122 CAUDILL, JAY 122 CEDENO, MARIA 54,87,88,90,91,142 CHACON, THERESA 106 CHAVIS VALDEZ 109 CHESHIRE DEBORA 45, 107, 122 CHILDRESS, JAMES 28, 113 CHILDRES S, RANDY 122 CHIN, DANIEL 28, I13 CHONG JAMES 144 CHRISTIAN, CHARLIE 28,72, I13 CHRISTIAN DEBORAH 43,44,45, 144, 1 56 C HRI S TIAN, PATTY 132 CHR I STIAN REATHER 10 4 CHRI S TIAN, ROSEMARY 132,183 CICCHETTO, FRANK 77 122 CINTRON ROBERT 108 CIRULLI, ANN 28, 113 CLEMENT, CALEB 69,72,77,79, 96, 132 CLEMONS, CONN IE 74,77,81,83, 107, 122 CLEMONS, EULUS, JR. 119 CLiETTE MICHEAL lOS CLiETTE, RENEE 106 COAD, FAITH 30 CORB, AMI NTA 29, 33, 98 COE DEBBIE 24,95, 106 COE L1SBET 110 COFFIN MARJORIE 42, I1 3, 144 COGGINS GAIL 113 I19 COLE FRED 132 COL". ROBERTA 20 (,3,81,122,129,183 COLEMAN, ALEXIS, 107 COLJ::MAN ChEIH L 122 COLLAZO, WILLIAM I13 COLLINS, GARY 69, 132 COLLINS JAMES III 107 COLLINS, MARK 122 COLPE KATHLEEN I13 COLVIN VERA III CORONADO CARLOS III COTTRELL, CYNTHIA 20,63,90, 122, COUTS CARL I19 COUTS, C LIFFORD 90, 105 COX, C HARLES 72, 109 COX, CHR ISTOPHER 74, I13 COX DEBORAH III COX, JAMES 27,86,95,145,151 COX, JEANNETTE 30,86,88,90,92, 98, 99, 1 32 CRONAN JOSEPH 34,41,45,50,54,68, 72,76.77,79, % 145, 164 CROSS, STEPHEN 34, 74, 75, 96, 145 CRO SS, THOMAS 119 CROUCH ALICE 18,29.93,144, ISS, 1 57 CROUCH, ANNE 31, 108 CROUCH MARIAN IH, I13 CRUZ, CARLO S 106, III CUMMINGS, IVETTE 98, 122 CUMMINGS, lELAND I13 CUMMINGS, WALTER 105 CUMMINGS WANDA 114 CUMMINGS WILFRED 132 CUMMINGS, WILLIAM 72, 132 CURRIER KAREN 63,97, 108 CURRIER ROBERT lOS 0 -DAILY, WAYNE 104 DAMIANI, GUY 28,114 DANCER, DIANE 2 1, 106 DANCER, SH ElLA 93, 122 DANIEL EMILY 28 DAN I ELSEN, CHER I E III DANIELSEN KATHIE I14 liS DARCY, JOAN 123 DARCY MICHELLE 106 DAVI S RICK 123 DAY, JOHN 123 DAY, ROBERT 106 DEATON WILLIAM, JR. 19,47,76, 77,96, 123, 164 DE JESUS, GEORGE 104 DE LAPP, CYRIL 34, 48, 54, 68, 79, 80, 96, 14 3 144, 145, 156, 181 DE LEON, ELVIRA 146 DENIS, MARC 22, 114 DE RAPS, BRIAN 114 DE RAPS, KATHLEEN 29,90,132,134, 136 DEXTER KATHLEEN 108 DEXTER MICHAEL 80,86, 133, 165 DIAZ DAVID 72 DIAZ, RICHARD 110 DIAZ PEDRO JR. 133 DIXON, LARRY 104 DIXON, WILLIAM 108 DOCKERY, KATHLEEN 30,51,75, 76, 81, 88, 90, 146 DOC KERY MICHAEL 104 DOHLE CRAIG III DOHlE, EVANGELINE 146 DOHLE JA NE 29,77,81,83,114 DOHlE, JOHN 119 DOHlE, JUDY 29,77,81,83,114 DOME NECH, lUIS 72, 76, 77, 96, 146 DOMI NGUEZ, JANICE 29 DOMI NGUEZ, ROSITA 114, I17 DOUGLAS. ROY 105 DOWELL ALBERT 29,45,54,72,74, 79,80, 96, 1 46 DOWELL, HARRY 114 DOWELL RICHARD III DOWELL, W INSHIP 72 DUNCA N, DEBORAH 19,49,97,1 46 E -EDMONDSON NANCY 81,88,97,120, 165,183 EGGER BRENDA 55,98,99,123,129 EISENBISE, DANIEL 116, 119 ELIZONDO, lAUREEN 29,147 ENDARA SHEILA 23,88,89,91, 147 ENDER, JOSEPH 119 E SC RIBANO, LISA 114 ESCRIBANO NELS O N 45,46,49,69, 72,96, 147 EVANS, DAVID 109 EVANS JACKIE 00 EVANS, MICHAEL 108 F -FARIS, MARIE 28,115 FAR NS WORTH, ALLEN 1 5,133 FARMER, PAMELA lOS FARMER STEVE 108 FARRINGTON, KATHRYN 47, I15,123 FARRINGTON. JAMES JR. 77,90,147 FAUBER, ALBERT 105 FAUBER, KAREN 109 FEELEY JAMES 104 FERGUSON, DANIEL 13 3 FERGUSON, EDNA I16 FERGUSON, TRINA 104 FERNANDEZ ROBERT I10 FERREL, CLIFFORD 123 FINNEMAN MICHAEL 25 FINNEMA N THOMAS 108 FLECKENSTEIN, BRIAN 147 FLORES, LOR I 105 LOHES, WENDY 42,133 FLUHAHTY, MARY 89,105 FOLLETT, STACY 45 FONT, AIDA 89, 147 FONT, EDWI N 123 FONT, MARIA 91,129,133, 134,136 FONT, HICHARD 115 FOHD JIMMY 68 FORD HOBERT 28, I19, 1 84 FORSYTH, RONALIJ 28, liS FOR S YTH, STEVE 108 FOHSYTHE, EIlW ARD 28,59,148 FOSHEE, ANIlHEW 77,123

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FOSHEE DENISE 30,88,90, 133 FRYER, RICHMOND III FUDALA, INGRID 115 FUGLEBERG STEPHAN 20, 22, 23, 91 FUNDERBURK, JOHN 133 -G-GABRIEL, CLIFFORD 107 GABRIEL, JANE 143, 148 GABRIEL, STEVE 60, 68 GALLAGER, PAUL 133 GALLAGER, MICHAEL 106 GALLARDO, MYRNA 9B, 115 GARNER MARDETTE 28,98 GARNER, PAUL 105 GATTIS, JOE 27,56,63,148, 150,1B1 GAZOLE, DANNY 115 GEER, GLORIA 23,148 GERCICH, CATHERINE 133 GERCICH, NINA 107, 108, 115 GEWIN JIMMY 123 GEWIN, REBECCA 108 GIBSON BRENDA 1B, 63, 133 GIBSON MARK 72, 115 GILBERT MARY 123 GILBERT SUSAN 105 GILLESPIE, WILLIAM 28,45,77,123 GLAVAS, FRANK, JR. 91, 148 GODINEZ, VIOLANDA III GOEBERTUS, CORNELIUS 119 GOGUEN, GREGORY 77, 123, 164 GOGUEN, LYNNE 123 GOLDEN, EDWARD 28,115 GOLDEN, SHARON 28, 133 GOLDMANN, HENRY 22,23,91,116 GOLDMANN PETER 22, 116 GONIER, DAVID 106 GONIER, PATRICE 116 GONZALES, ANN 23,47,63,90,123, 1B3 GONZALEZ ESTHER 9B,II6 GONZALEZ, FRANCISCO 139 GONZALEZ, MARIA 110 GONZALEZ OLGA 9B, 116 GOOCH,DEBORAH 123 GOOD, GLORIA 104 GOS NEY DEBRA 24,59,92, 9B,99, 123 GOSNEY DIANE 119 GOSNEY JEFFERY 109 GOTT, DONALD 1B GOTT, ROY 2B GRAHAM DONNA 123 GRAHAM KIMBERLY 105 GRAY JAMES 28,34,52,57,63,90, 148, 155 GREGG LAURA 110 GREGG, MARIAN 23,63, 124, 1B3 GREGG NANCY 28,77,116 GREEN DANIEL 107 GREEN MATTHEW 105 GREEN. ZAN 16,72, 124 GREENE MICHELE 47, B6, 90, 148 GREENE RICHARD 104 GRIER, BARBARA 16, 124 GSELL DANIEL 119 GS< .LL. RAYMOND 124 GUEVARA, MARIO 116 GUSSOW, CARLA 124 GUSSOW, FRANCES 110 GUTIERREZ, PATRICIA 133 H -HAIDET, NILA 116 HANLY MARK 47, B9, 124 HANNAH, JOHN 133 HARDEN DEBRA III HARDEN, KARAN lOB HARMON. ALLE N 63. 94, 134, 139 HARRIS, SKIPPER 45 HARRI S, THOMAS 107 HARRELL, MARVIN, JR. 107 HARTMAN BARBARA 90,94,124,173 HARTMAN, DIANA 110 HARTMAN, WALTER 108 HART S HORN, KIMBERLY 109 HARTSHORN, ROBIN 1B, 9B, 116 HASHIMOTO CHARLENE 105 HAUKE, DIANE 8B, 130, 133 HAUKE, PATRICIA 29,88, B9, 90, 91, 9B,I24 HEADY, BRIAN lOB HEADY, PAUL 134, IB4 HELMERICHS, CINDA 42, 148 HELMERICHS, SUSAN 42, 116 HERES, ISAAC B9, 134 HERNANDEZ, EVELYN 109 HERNANDEZ, NESTOR 109 HERNANDEZ RAYMOND 116 HERNANDEZ, TROY 107 HERRERA, ANTHONY 69, 72, 134 HERRERA, ROMAN 28, 119 HERRING, ANNE 104 HERRING, JOSEPH 124 HERRING, STEPHEN 105 HESS KATHLEEN BB,124 HE SS, GLEN III HESS, LI NDA 28, 88, 116 HICKEY, JOSEPH JR. 149 HIERO N YMUS, CHERYL 106,108 HIGGINS BARBARA 105 HIGHLEY FREDERICK 134 HILL, PATRICIA 29,55,124 HILL, SHERRY 105 HILL. KENNETH, 1II 22,23,91,124, 1B5 HIRONS, ANN,40 41, 43, 54, 143, 144, 149, IBI, IB3, IB5 HODGSON LINDA 74,114, 119 HOFF, HERBERT 134 HOFF, JAMES 119 HOGABOAM, DORIS 106 HORN NANCY 119 HOUSLEY, JEAN 44,45,49,54, BI, 149, 156 HOWARD BRIDGET 44, 45, 76, 81, B2, 149 HUFF, LINDA 117, 119 HUFFMAN, JAMES 107 HUFFMAN, WILLIAM 72,77,79,96, 124 HULL, RANDOLPH 34,41,45,49,54, 6B, 71, 72, 79, 96, 142, 1M HURLBUT, DENNIS IB, 117 HURLBUT, RONALD 107 HUSBAND, PAMELA 106 HUSON, NANCY 30, 9B, 99, 131,133 HUTCHINSON, SCOTT 54, 63, 149, 1 51 1 -IBARRA, JOHN 72, 124 IBARRA, TONY 72, 117 ILLIES, STEPHANIE 29, 91, 134 ILUND, GARRY 111 ILUND WALTER 69, BO, 96,149 INGRAM KARIN 124 INGRAM MICHAEL lOB IRION BRAN DT 71, 72,96, 149, 155 IRION ERIC 134 J -JACKSON, BRUCE 107 JACK SON, CHARLES 149 JACKSON DEBRA lOB JACKSON, DONNA 119 JACKSON, JAMES 72, 124 JACKSON, RAYMOND 95 JACKETIC, DEBORAH 28,117 JANOSIK, JAN 72, 116,117 JANO S IK JOYCE 106 JEFFRIES DOUGLAS 68, BO, 124, 129, 165 6B, 79, 107 JEFFRIES, STEVE 6B JIMENEZ, JENNY 110 JIMENEZ, WILLIAM 107 JOHNSON ELVIRA 91,150 JOHNSON, JOSE 117 JOHNSON, MIGUEL 24,47, 72 JOHNSON, ROBERT 59,134 JOHNSTON ROGER 124 JONES, KAREN 108 JORDI, PAULE 35,88, 90, 124 JUNKIN, MARCIA 124 K -KARDONSKI STEVEN 108 KARUS, KATHY 26 KAUFER ANA 47, 4B, 90, 101, ISO, 1B3 KAUFER, S ANDRA 109 KERN, SHERRY 134,IB3 KERN WILLIAM, III 111 KESSLER, MICHELE lIS, 117 KIENZLE, ANNE 57,87,90,92, 100, 1 50 KIEN ZLE, MARGARET III KIYONAGA, JOHN 110 KIYONAGA VICKY 109 KLASOVSKY, ANTO NIA 29, 134 K N AUSS DANIEL 72, 74, 124 KNAU S S FREDERICK 47, 134 KREDELL MARIAN 23, 63, 124, 1B3 KREDELL, MARK 150,164 KREDELL THOMAS 16 KRESGE, RICHARD 134 KUNKEL, JAMES 25, 57,150 -L-LABOY, JUAN 111 LARA AUG USTO 6B LAS HER, CHRISTIAN 117 LAURITZEN, ANN 28,35,92,135 LAWS ON, STEPHANIE 60 LAYTON, CAROLYN 119 LAYTON, CHARLES JR. 107 LE DOUX, WILLIAM 74, 75, 124 LEE, JOEL 77 LEE, LUIS 2B, B9 LEE, ROBERT 110 LEE, VICTOR 110 LEGRAND EVELYNE 32,44,45,54, 76, BI, B2, BB, 90, 97, ISO, 156, 1B3 LINDO, RODRIGO 135 LINDSEY, EDWARD 135 LINK, EMMA 139 LOIZEAUX CHRISTINA 27,28,47,74, 75, 90, 124 LOIZEAUX JANNA 104 LOIZEAUX SCOT 28,47,117 LOPEZ DAMARIS 124 LOPEZ LUIS 124 LOPEZ MARIE 30,76, B2, 135 LOVE, BRIAN 28,119 LOWELL ROBERT 105 LOYD CHARLES, JR. ISO, 155 LUNA ARMANDO 104 LUN A LOUIS JR. 105 LUND, SHELLEY 43, BI, 97, 135 LYMAN DEBORAH 34, 74, 75, 150 LYMAN, HILA 130, 133, 139, IB3 LYMAN MOUNYEN 29,117 LYMAN, SUE 60 M -MANS, DONALD 124 MANS FIELD, EMILY 114 ,117 MANSFIELD, PATRICIA 17,105 MAPLES, THERESA 109 MARCANO EDWIN 117 MAREK, LESLIE 27,48,56, B7, 90, 100, 142, 146, 155 MAROHL K I M 24, 104 MARQUARD JOHN 124 MARSH, BILLIE 60 MARSH, EDYTHE 28,74,117 MARSH, E S TER 17 MARTIN, FRANK 60 MARTIN, JOHN 130 MARTIN LAWRENCE 28 MARTINi: Z ,IVETTE 22,47,65,65, B9, 90, lSI, 157, 164 MARTINEZ, JAIME 135 MATTHEWS, RANDALL 104 MATTHEWS, WILLIAM 117 MAXWELL, DENNIS 135, 1B1 189

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MAXWELL, ELENA 117 MAY SANDRA 24 MAY, VICKI 104 McCANN, MICHAEL 35,124,165 McCULLOUGH SUSAN 104 McDONALD, MARION III McFARLAN, RALPH 117 McGILBERRY KATHLEEN 33, 124 MciNTYRE, ELICIA B9, 151 McIVER, JERAL 6B, 72, 151 McLAIN, JUDY 57, 9B, 100, 135 McLEAN, SARAH 135 McNAUGHTON, ROBERT 107 McNAUGHTON, ELIZABETH 125 MEEKER, DEBRA 2B, 95, 117 MEEKER, JOHN III 72 MENDENHALL, SUSAN 63,74,76, BI, B2, 97, 135 MENDEZ VASQUEZ, ARNALDO IB,72, 77,125 MENGES, JUDITH 119 MERRICK, LINDA 28, 117 MILLER, PEGGY 117, 119 MILLER, PHILLIP 107 MILLIGAN, KATHRYN 135 MILLS, ANN 105 MIMS, CHRISTOPHER 104 MIMS, STEVEN 107 MIN EHART, DANIEL lOB MINEHART MICHAEL 77, B9, 125 MITCHELL, CHRIS 105 MITCHELL, LINDA 110 DALE 125 MOEBUS, PATRICIA 24,101,105 MONCIVAIS, BRIAN 104 MONCIVAIS, MARIA III MONCLOVA, IRMA 9B,99 MONCLOVA, PEDRO lOB MONTANO, GREGORIO 151 MONTENEGRO, ALEIDA B9,133 MONTENEGRO ALFONSO 93, 152 MOODY, BARBARA 117 MOORE CONSTANCE 104 MOORE DEBRA 57,76, B2, 146, 152 MOORE, JANE lOB MOORE, MAURIE 110 MOORE, TERRI 77 MORRISON, BARBARA 76, 152 MORRISON, BRENDA 63, B2, 99, 152 MOSES, PATRICIA 105 MUNOZ, CRISTOBAL 107 MUNOZ, MANUEL 24, liB MUNOZ, ROSA 104 MUNOZ, SUSIE 109 MURPHY, WILLIAM 72, 133 MYERS, ROBERT 135 -N-NEGRON, To'MAS 109 NEWBURY, PATRICIA 104 NEWMAN, JUDY liB, 119 NEWMAN, LINDA 92, 152 NEWMAN. PATRICIA 152,IB4 NICOLAISEN, LESLIE 109 NIEVES, ALEXIS 105 NIEVES, ANGEL 'liB 28, 34, 63, 91, 94, NIEVES, MARIA 9B NIEVES, NILSA 109 NOLI, ROGELIO B9, 125 NORDSTROM, ROBERT liB NORMANDlA, ADA 109 NORMANDIA. IVAN 107 NORV AL, ANNE 104 NORVAL, MARY 20,29,47,125. 129 NOVAK, ROBERT 41, 45, 48, 57; 63, 72, 152, 184 1 9 0 0 -OBERHOLTZER, RUSSELL 54,56,93, 153 O'DONNELL ANN Ill' O'DONNELL, THOMAS 104 OLIVER, JOSEPHINE 77, B2, liB OLIVER, ALFREDO 136 OLIVER, RICARDO, JR. 45,64,65,92, 153 OLSEN, BEVERLY 74, 9B, 99, 125 OLSEN, CHERYL 2B, 110 OLSEN, DON 2B, 72, 136 O'NEAL SAMUEL 107 ORTIZ NELSON 114, liB ORTIZ, NORMA 110 ORTIZ, OSCAR 72, BO, %, IB4 ORTIZ, ALVAREZ NOELIA 29, 9B, 99, liB ORTIZ, ALVAREZ, WANDA 109 OSTER, STANLEY 125 O S TREA, VIANA liB OTERO, ARTURO liB OTERO HILDA 76, B2, B9, 136 OVERSTREET, TERRI 23, 91, 9B, 115, 117, liB P -PADRO, JORGE 107 PAINE PATRICIA 93, 9B, 121 PALMER LOUISE 125 PALMER, MARYANN lOB PALSER, ELIZABETH 28, liB PALSER, RONALD 28,125 PARKER, ANGELA 109 PARKER, BILLY 28 PARKER, JACQUELINE 35,90, 9B, 99, 120 PARKER, SCOTT 106 PARKER, WILLIAM 29,119 PARSONS, STEEL 111 PARSONS, WILLIAM 107 PATE, DEBORAH 2B. 125 PATTON, NEIL 40,41,72,76,77,79, %,136 PAULSON, JANE 134,136 PAULSON JILL 109 PAYNE, SOILA 136 PENICHE, CARLOS 119 PE NN, SUZANNE 125 PENN WENDY 119 PER EZ, DAL YS 17 109 PERRA, BRUCE 105,136 PERRA. RICHARD 136 PERRET, CATHERINE III PHILLIPS, ROBERT 42,46,72, ,B 79, B6, 90, 96, 136 184 PHILLIPS, WARREN 47,72.119 POLITE, DEBRA 29, 94, 154, 157 POLITE, SARAH 106 PORBES CHARLES 110 PORBES. JOSEPHI N E 29 PORTIER, INGRID 136 POWER RICKIE 69, 77, 129, 131, 136 PRICE, CAROLINE 109 PRlTHAM, ROBIN 28, 126 PRITHAM, SARAH 47, 154, IB3 PROANO, ROCIO 119 PURSLEY, THOMAS 72, %, 135, 136 PURSLEY, CATHY 126,129 -Q-QUINONES, CARMEN III QUINONES, IRIS 154 QUINONES, N ICOLAS 105 QUINTERO, LILLIAN B9 QUINTERO, RUBY 110 QUINTERO, WILLIAM 110 R RAINEY, RANDY 42 RAMIREZ, RENEE 104 RAMOS, BONNIE liB RAMOS, EVELYN 126 RAMOS HIRAM 119 RAMOS. THOMAS 136 RAY, KATHRIN liB RAY, JAMES 126 RA Y, SHARON 93, 154 RECIO, JOSE 126 RECIO, LESLIE 104 REDMAN, MARY 43,53, 154 REED, CARMEN liB REEVES, HELENA 126 REID JO ANN liB REYES, ANA 24,76, ai, B2, 137, 138 REYES, GLORIA 24,30, 137 REYNOLDS, BRUCE 109 REYNOLDS, DEBORAH 47,76, BI, B2, 137, 138 RICE, GLORIA 44,45, 154, 156 RICE, MARLENE 21, BI RICHARDSON, ALFRED 154 RICHARDSON, ALLAN 28, 119 RICHMOND, MARY lOS RIDGE, EILEEN 43, 51, 54, B6, B7, 90, 100,142 RIDGE, MICHAEL III RIDGE NANCY 29, 9B, 112 RIDGE, SUSAN 28, 116, 126 RIESTER, JAN 104 RIESTER PATRICIA 34,154,155 RIGGS, SUSAN 105 RIGGS, GARY, JR. 47,72,96,126 RISCH, KATHY 104 RIVERA, CARMEN B7, 154, 173 RIVERA CHEYENNE lOB RIVERA EVELYN 126 RIVERA GABRIEL 109 RIVERA GEORGE 28, 119 RIVERA JINX 29, 126 RIVERA JOSE 69, 109 RIVERA, LA URA liB RIVERA, PAUL liB ROACH, CAROL ANN liB ROBERTSON, DAVID 25,52,69, 7B, 79, %,113,156 ROBERTSON, JULIA 105 ROBERTSON, GARY 27,42,46,51,54, BO, B7, 101, 146, 164 ROBERTSON, GEORGE 155 ROBE RTSON, RAYMOND 28, llB ROBINSON ALFONSO 110 ROBINSON, DANNY 93 ROBINSON, DEBORAH 110 ROBINSON REGINALDO 106 ROBINSON, TONY 110 ROBSON, PATTI 24,155 RODRIGUEZ, JOSE 106 RODRIGUEZ JOSE 105 RODRIGUEZ, MARIA 2B, liB RODRIGUEZ NESTOR 137 ROMAN FABIAN 137 ROMAN, JOSE 126 ROMERO, MICHAEL 105 ROMERO, VIRGINIA 137 RORKE, FRANCIS 106 ROWLEY DEBORAH BI, B3, 97 72,90, 126 RUIZ, ISAAC lOB RUlZ, LUIS 110 RUOFF REGENA liB RUOFF, SHERYL lOB RUSSON, WALLACE, JR. 43,69,72, 93,96, 137 -5-SANCHEZ, JUAN 77 SANCHEZ, PETER 107 SANCHEZ, SANDRA 109 SANCHEZ TERESA liB SANDROCK, ALFRED, JR. 105 SANTIAGO, ANN 104 2:B 125 SANTIAGO, LYDIA 57 63 94 100 137 SANTIAGO, WILLIAM, JR.' lio SANTINI, WANDA III SAPP, FREDERICK 45, 126 SAYOC, GASPAR 28 liB SCHAUB, RICHARD' 104

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SCHAUB, VICKIE 118,119 SCHEIBE, GARY 72, 116, 127 SCHEIBE, GEORGE 69, 137 SCHWINDT, CHERRI III SCOTT FRANK 126 SCOTT KEVI N 106, 109 S H ANNON, J ERRY 107 SHOBE, JOHN 109 S H OBE, STEPHEN 127 S I MMONS JUDITY 88,89,91, 127 SIMMONS, PEDRO 28, 118 SMITH, EDITH 19, 155, 183 SMITH JEAN 81,97, 126, 183 SMI TH, J OSEPH 74, 118 SMITH, MICHAEL 110 SMITH SHARON 29, 74, 75 SMITH, SHE RYL 105 SMITH, THERESA 52, 155 SNIDER ELIZABE TH 104 SNIDER, MICHAEL 8 0 SNIDER, PATR ICIA 77,83,118 SOUKUP, DEBORA H 118 SOUTHERLAND, REGGIE 127, 184 SOUTHERLAND, TOMMY 93, 155 SPAGNA MATTIA 127 SPAGNA, MICHAEL 72,74, 127 SPEARS, JAMES 93,155 SPEARS MARIE 118 SP ILLING, ROBERT 34,57 147, 156 S PIVEY, MARY 22, 115, 118 SPR I NGER, JACKI E 90, 129, 1 3 1, 137, 139 SPRINGER, VICKI 18 STANBRIDGE, MARCEL L A 1 8 ,156 STERN ROBERT 107 STEVENS DOUGLAS 79,89, 91 137 S TONE RALPH JR. 109 STOUT, LONNIE 118 STRUBE, RHONDA 106 STUART, JAMES 72, 89, 156 STURM, R I C HARD 127 STYLES SUSAN III SUAREZ, MARIBEL 118 SUAREZ MARI TZA 127 SUMMERLIN, ANNA lOS SWA IN, NOLA III SWA I N PETER 28,72 96,127, 1 64 SWANK, J OSE 1 04 SWEENEY, HEIDI 28, 97,127 SWEENEY WILLARD 104 -T-TAHY KAREN 110 TALARGE, LENARD 127 TATE, DAVID 10 7 TELLEFSEN, SONJA 110 TERWILLIGER CATHER I NE 28,127 TERWILLIGER, DOROTHY 28, 45, 127 TEVES DA vro 18 T EVES, EHUKAI 127 TEVES KAMA LE I 109 TEVES, PUULOA 128 THOMA S BONITA 104 THOMAS, ELIGIO 138 THOMAS, MARITZA 88, 90, 128 THOMAS YVONNE 119 THOMPSON DAVID 104 TOMLINSON JUDITH 47,118 TORRES, A N GEL 119 TORRES, DAMAR I S 98, 119 TORSTENSON CAROL 52,54,76,81 93,156 TOWNSEND, HARRY 72,90,96, 1 2 0 ,126 TSCHUMY, ROBER T 28,77, 128 TUCK, DAVID 110 TUCK, ROBERT 28, 128, 184 TWEEDY DANNY 138 -U-UBBEN, ANA lOS UBBEN, MIGUEL 107 UBEN, RAMON 107,108 UREY, MICHELE 110 -V-VALDEZ LEWIS 72 ,138 VALENCIA, JOSE 138 VALENTINE, DANIEL 28, 134, 138 VALE N TI N E DONNA 18,45,57,100, 155, 1 56, 157 VALENTINE, PAT RI CIA III VALENTINI, RICK 128 VALENTINI, JERRY 118 VAMPRINE, ELIZABETH 128 VAMPRINE SYLV I A 28,93 ,98,138 VAUGHT LINDA 156 VAUGHT, PAULA 24,104 VASQUEZ BEN JAMI N 128 VEGA, CARMEN 109 VELA, DIANA 138 VELA, REBECCA 118 V ELEZ ANGE L 128 VIDRO RAMONITA 104 W -WAINIO ELIZABETH 77, 83, 112, 119 WAINIO, FREDR I C K JR. 104 WALKER, RONNIE 60 WALL, GERALD 18, 74, 128 WALLINE, TERRY 138,184 WARD, DENI SE 44,45,46,50,87,95, 101, 1 5 6 1 57, 183 WASHABA UGH, JAMES 1 56, 157, 181, 184 WEBER, JOHNNY 111 WEIGART, KATHERINE 110 WE I G LE J ERRY 60,68 WEI S ELOGEL WAYNE 138 WELTY, KIMBERLY III WERTZ C AROL 24, 128 WE S T GUY III WEST LEO N ARD 138 WEST WAYNE lOS WESTERBERG, KAREN 29, 90, 93, 138 WHEELER RAY 105 WHI TNEY, MARCIA 183 WIL COX, DEBBIE 109 WILDER, BARBARA 157, 183 WILK INSON, STEPHE N 157 W ILLIAMS, AURELIA 29,77, 8 1,83, 88, 90, 97, 128 WILLIAMS, CYN THIA 2 2 28, 91, 118 WILLIAMS DOREEN 110 WILLIAMS RONALD 128 WILLIAMSO N, LINDA 114,119 W I LLIFORD NANCY 109 WILLIS BONN I E 110 WILLIS, S USAN 28, 119 WILMONT, MARGARITA III WILMO N T, ROBERT 109 WI N KELLER, ER I C 128 WI N KEL LER, PETER 24, 5 8 W I RT Z J ENNY 89, 138 WONG, LUIS 34, 117 WOOD, DENN I S 107 WOOD, MICHAEL 128 WOODS DAVID 110 WOODS, LINDA 29, 119 WORKMAN C HRI STOPHER 157 WORKMAN DITA 4 3,97,157 WORTHEN ANN 24,33,128 Y -YERXA, BARBARA 104 -Z-ZACHRY, EUN I CE 101, 105 ZACHRY, SUSAN 29, 88,98 128 ZACHRY, RALPH JR. 28, 119 ZEBEDE ALEGRE III 191

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