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1940 1941




CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL



Cristobal
Canal Zone




MR. KENNETH VINTON



Dedication

We. the seniors of 1941. dedicate this yearbook
to Mr. Kenneth W. Vinton, our class sponsor, who is
a cheerful advisor, wise counselor, inspirational teacher,
and invaluable friend to all.



Appreciation

To all who have contributed their time and
talents toivard the success of this book.



Administratio



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MR. CECIL L. RICE

Principal of C. H. S.




MR. BEN WILLIAMS
Supt. of C. Z. Schools




MR. LAWRENCE JOHNSON

Asst. Supt. of Schools




DR. GEORGE HOWARD

Asst. to Supt.



C, H, S, F a c It I t y




Miss Barbara J. Bailey

Physical Education

Degrees B. S., Chicago Training School of Re-
creation and Physical tducation. Graduate
School, Columbia University.

Before CHS Supervisor Physical Education,
Public School Muskegon. Nlich.

Activities Varsity Club, Intramural Sports.

Miss Hallie Beavers

Mathematics, Household Arts
Degrees A. B., Women's College, U. N. C;

M. A.. Duke University, N. C.
Before CHS Durham High School, North Caro-
lina.
Activities Cafeteria cashier, Co-sponsor of Fresh-
man Class.



Mr. Paul L. Beck

American Problems, Mathematics
Degrees A. B., Findlay College, Ohio; M. S.,

Michigan University.
Before CHS Emerson High School, Lakewood,

Ohio.
Activities Sponsor of Dramatic Club, National

Thespians.

Miss Jeanne Brown

Teacher of English 10, Librarian

Degrees A. B., University of Missouri; M. A.,

University of Missouri.
Before CHS Southwest Missouri State Teachers'

College.
Activities Sponsor of Sophomore Class.




Mr. Noel Gibson

Woodwork and Metal Shop
Degrees B. S., Bradley Polytechnical Institute.

Before CHS Balboa High School, Balboa, Canal
Zone.

Miss Doris Griffin

Household Arts

Degrees A. B., Judson College, Marion, Ala-
bama.

Before CHS Murphy High School, Mobile,
Alabama.

Activities Cafeteria.



Mr. Ted Hotz

Algebra, Solid Geomefy, Trigonomerry, Ph\scs.
Digrees A. B., Heidelburg, Ohio; M. A., Ohio

State.
Betoie CHS Newport High School, Newport,

Kentucky.
Activities Student Council Advisor.

Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad

Glee, bino. Orchestra
Degrees B. A., Concordia College, Minnesota;

B. M. Concordia Conservatory of Mi^sic, North

Dakota.
Before CHS High School, Valley City, North

Dakota.
Activities Music and Christmas Festivals.




Miss Helen Patterson

Shorthand, Typing, Business Training
Degrees B. S., Montana State.
Before CHS Mandan High School, Mandan,

North Dakota.
Activities School Accountant.

Mr. John S. Pettingill

Physical Education
Degrees B. S., Notre Dame, Graduate work at

Columbia.
Before CHS Public Schools of Niagara Falls,

N. Y.; Educational Advisor CCC in New

York.



Mrs. Phyllis Spencer

Spanish 10. 11, 12, Commercial Spanish,
World History, French.

Degrees A, B., Coe College; A. M., University

of Iowa; Diploma de Suficiencia, University

of Madrid.
Before CiHS N. C. C. W. of Greensboro, North

Carolina.
Activities Spanish Club (La Pas), Co-sponsor

of Senior Class.



C H, S, Faculty





Mr. Forrest K. Bryan

Mechanical Drawing, Woodwork
Degrees B. S., Teachers College, Kansas; M. A.,
Colorado College ot Education, Greeley, Colo-
rado.
Before CHS Training School, Pittsburgh, Kansas.
Activities Junior Class, Co-sponsor.

Mr. J. C. Clark

General Mathematics
Degrees E'. S., N;w York University.
Before CHS Southampton, L. I.



Mr. Paul J. Evancoe

Journalism, U. S. History
Degrees A. B., Lebanon Valley College, Penn-
sylvania; M. A. Duke U.
Before CHS Ephrata High School, Ephrata,

Pennsylvania.
Activities Trade Wind and Caribbean.

Dr. George Eugene

Director of School Health
Degrees A. B., Cornell University; M. D., Long

Island College Hospital.
Before CHS Surgeon LJ. S. Public Health Ser-
vice; Physician, New York State Compensation
Fund, Surgeon LJ. S. Coast Guard on North
Atlantic Iceberg Patrol.




Miss Bess M. Liter

English 11, 12

Degrees A. B.. West Virginia University; M. A.,
West Virginia U

Before CHS Thurston Preparatory School, Pitts-
burg, Pennsylvania.

Activities Sponsor of the Junior Class.

Mr. Carl Maedl

General Science

Degrees B. E., State T-eachers College, Moor-
head, Minnesota.

Before CHS Sauk Rapids High School, Sauk
Kapids, Minnesota.



Miss Mary Elizabeth Moore

French, Latin, Spanish
Degrees A. B., West Virginia; M. A., Colum-
bia University.
Before CHS Follansbee High School, Follans-

bee, West Virginia.
Activities Co-advisor of Student Council.

Mr. Howard Neff, Jr.

Director of Physical Education
Degrees B. A., University of Pennsylvania; M.

A., Columbia.
Before CHS Director of Health and Physical

Education, Haverford, Pa.
Activities Sports.




Mr. Kenneth W. Vinton

Chemistry and Biology

Degrees B. A., Ripon College, Wisconsin; M.
A., Columbia

Before CHS Beloit High School, Beloit, Wis-
consin

Activities Sponsor of Senior Class, Biology Club,
Photo Club.



Mr. Byron A. Wilson

Spanish 10, English 9
Degrees B. M., Otterbein College; A. B.,

University of Arizona, M. A. Middlebury

College, Vermont.
Before CHS St. David High School, St. David.

Arizona.
Activities Sponsor of Freshman Class.



Miss Mary Worrell

Art and Speech

Degrees B. S., University of Missouri, M. S.,
Northwestern.

Before CHS Mexico High School, Mexico, Mis-
souri.



C a r i b b e a n Staff





MR. p. J. EVANCOE

Faculty Advisor



MARJORIE GILDER

Editor




Assistant Editor Jerrye George

Classes Philippe Butler

Lucille Baron
Jerrye George

Will Lucille Baron

Prophecy Barbara Bath

Business Editor Frank Scott

Sports Richard Egolf

Donald Haggart

Clubs Jim?ny Fernandez



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Itstory

school careers, the four years
2 been, on the whole, happy
)1 as freshmen, just four years
ar, and the class got organized
as president; Frank Cain, vice-
Frances Davenport, treasurer;
1 and boy Student Association
5onsor.

ributed toward the success of
ooths. In the middle of May,
/as given. In June, we Fresh-
toward being Sophomores.

Der, 1938, we Sophomores got
;sident; Peggy McCleary, vice-
?ne Hoffman, treasurer; James
ssociation representatives. We
by winning the grid crown,
un Club was a success, as was
arch. Miss Jeanne Brown was

/ McGuinness was elected pre-
; Mary Louise Messer, secre-
s, S. A. representatives. This
rings, put out the essay annual,
ior Banquet, and gave a picnic
1, was continued in the Gym,
er. Miss Liter was Junior class

rs chose Frank Cain, president;
Jaylor, secretary; Homer Mc-
rank Scott, Senior class repre-
/inton and Mrs. Spencer acted

time carried out the autumn
'ed the Junior-Senior Banquet
enior Week was a gay round

5, with announcements, calling
nd all the other formalities of
iS with many a longing look
;. Now we are off to do our



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Senior Class History

Looking backward over our high school careers, the four years
which have terminated so quickly have been, on the whole, happy
ones. We entered Cristobal High School as freshmen, just four years
ago. The frosh-soph brawl started the year, and the class got organized
soon afterward by electing Jack Brayton as president; Frank Cain, vice-
president; Peggy McCleary, secretary; Frances Davenport, treasurer;
Emily Horine and Eddie Wheeler as girl and boy Student Association
representatives. Miss Moore was class sponsor.

Our Freshman Class of 1937 contributed toward the success of
the school Carnival by running three booths. In the middle of May,
the dance sponsored by the Freshmen was given. In June, we Fresh-
men left on vacation, well on their way toward being Sophomores.

Arriving back to school in September, 1938, we Sophomores got
to work by electing Eddie Wheeler president; Peggy McCleary, vice-
president; Evelyn Shirley, secretary; Arlene Hoffman, treasurer; James
Walsh and Eva Jean Doyle, Student Association representatives. We
distinguished ourselves as Sophomores by winning the grid crown.
Our class picnic on January 21 at the Gun Club was a success, as was
the Soph dance given in the Gym in March. Miss Jeanne Brown was
sponsor of our class.

In our Junior year in 1939, Tommy McGuinness was elected pre-
sident; Arlene Hoffman, vice-president; Mary Louise Messer, secre-
tary; Grace Marcuse and Delbert Harris, S. A. representatives. This
was a big year for us. We got our class rings, put out the essay annual,
entertained the seniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet, and gave a picnic
at the Point, which, on account of rain, was continued in the Gym,
and was a success in spite of the weather. Miss Liter was Junior class
sponsor, and Mr. Bryan, co-sponsor.

In our last year, 1940-41, we Seniors chose Frank Cain, president;
John Pucci, vice-president; Virginia Naylor, secretary; Homer Mc-
Carty, treasurer; Marjorie Gilder and Frank Scott, Senior class repre-
sentatives in the Student Council. Mr. Vinton and Mrs. Spencer acted
as class sponsors.

The Senior dance at Thanksgiving time carried out the autumn
theme. In May, we sat back and enjoyed the Junior-Senior Banquet
that the Juniors had planned for us. Senior Week was a gay round
of picnics and other festivities. On June 5, with announcements, calling
cards, white dresses, and dinner coats, and all the other formalities of
graduation, we, the class of '41, left CHS with many a longing look
back over our carefree high school days. Now we are off to do our
share of the world's work.



Senior Class Officers





FRANK CAIN

President




JOHN PUCCI

Vice-President




MR. KENNETH VINTON

Sponsor





VIRGINIA NAYLOR

Secretary



HOMER Mccarty

Treasurer



MARIE BADDERS

Annapolis, Ind.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1940
Volley Ball Team 4.

MADELINE BOZEMAN

Ancon, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1929

Euskeiball 1, 2, ^; Tennis 1; Socc;r 1, 2;
Volleyball 1, 2, ^; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Biology
Club 2.

LUCILLE BARON

Boston, Mass.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1940

Glee Club; Acap;lla Choir; Dramatics; Trade
Wind, and Caribbean.





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JACK BRAYTON

Providence, Rhode Island

Entered C. Z. Schools 1929

Soccer 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bask-tball 1, 2, 3, 4: Swim-
ming 1, 2; Tennis 3; Softball 4; Trade Wind
2; Class President 1.





BARBARA BATH

Norwalk, Conn.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1929

Glee Club; La Pas; Trade Wind; Caribb:an,
and Operetta 3.

BEN BRUNDAGE

New Rochelle, N. Y.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1940

FRANK BAXTER

Colon, Panama

Entered C. Z. Schools 1930

Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football
2, 3. 4; Track 4; Tennis 4.



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FRANK CAIN

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1930

Football 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2; Baseball I,
2; Basketball 1, 2; Senior Class President;
Vice President of Freshman Class; Glee Club
1, 2, 3.






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WILLIE MARIE CALLAWAY

Mobile, Alabama

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept. 1929

Biology (lub 2; Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1.
2. 3, -4; Tennis 2, 3; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Soft-
ball 3; La Pas 2, 3; Commencement Com-
mittee 4; Operettas 1, 2.



LEO CONLEY

Cristobal, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1927



2. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; E'asket-
3; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Water Polo



Football 1,
ball I, 2.
1, 2, 3.





JOHN CARR

St. Louis, Mo.

Track Team 1, 3.

FRANCES DAVENPORT

Kingston, N. C.

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; La Pas 2, 3. 4; Tennis
2, 3, 4; Dramatic 2, 3; Acapella Choir
2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4.



JOHN CARTER

Colon, Panama

Trade Wind 4; Intrmaural Water Polo Team
4; All-Star Water Polo 4; Intramural Foot-
ball 4; Intramural Swimming ( capt. ) 4;
Cheerleader 4.



ROSEMARY DIGMAN

Youngstown, Ohio

Entered C. Z. Schools 1935

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3: Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3; Soccer
1, 2; Commencement Committee 4.



GILBERT CHASE

Costa Rica

Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Track

1, 2; La Pas 4 ( pres. )



EDITH DIXON

Somerville, Mass.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1938

Varsity Club 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Bio-
logy Club 2; Basketball 3. 4; Soccer 2;
Swimm'nt; 2. 3; Softball 3, 4; Tennis 2, 4;
Glee Club 2.








EVA JEAN DOYLE

Colon, Panama

Entered C. Z. Schools 1934
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Tennis 1, 2, i, 4; Soccer 1, 2; Glee Club

1, 2. 3, 4; La Pas 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club

2, -I, 4; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Re-
presentative; Orchestra 3, 4; Accompanist 4;
sottball 3, 4.



CARL ENDER

Colon, Panama

Entered C. Z. Schools October, 1929
Glee Uub 1; baseball 2, > 4; Basketball
2, 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
V. aier I'olo 2; Dramatic Club 3; La Pas 2.



LEE DOYLE

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools October, 1934
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; La Pas 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2; Dramatics 1;
bwimming 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball i, 2, 3, 4.



GEORGE ESTENOZ

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Feb., 1940
Football; basketball; Olee Club.

RICHARD HORINE EGOLF

Gatun, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1928
Orcn-sira 1, 2; baseoail 1, 3, 4; Band 1,
2, :>; football 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, y,
4; Water Polo 3, 4; 'liade wina 0, 4,
Librarian 3, 4.

FABIAN FORERO

Columbia

Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2;
lennis 1; Sottball 1, 2.

FANNIE MARIE ELDRIDGE

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1934
Glee eiub 2, 3, 4; lennis 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Baseball 1. 2, 3,
4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Operettas 1, 2, 3;
La Pas 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Jr.-Sr.
Banquet Committee; Basketball All-Star 4;
Graauation Committee; Acapella Choir 3, 4.

JERRYE MARGARET GEORGE

Bremerton, Washington

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1940
Caribbean; Trade Wind; Tennis 4.





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MARJORIE GILDER

Cristobal, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1930

La Fas 1, 2. 3; Tennis a: Yearbook Editor;
Trade Wind; Student Council t; Biology
Club; Jr.-Sr. Committee.

DELBERT F. HARRIS

Bridgetown, Barbados

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1937

La Pas 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1. 2

3; Glee Club 2, 4; Good Citizenship Club 2

Student Council 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Baseball 3, 4.

JACK GILDER

Cristobal, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929



Football 2, 3, 4; E'jsketball 1,
Club 2: Dramatics 4.



Glee



ROBERT DALE HARRIS

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929
Phoio Club 3. 4; La Pas 3. 4; Biology 2.

LOUISE GORMELY

New Mexico

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

La Pas 2, 3; Carnival 2; Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 4; Operetta 2, 3; Tennis 2; Volleyball
2, 3.

HARRY HEINTZ

Covington, Louisiana

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Football 1,
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Track 4; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3.

MARGARET RITA GOULET

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Cristobal, Colon

Ent.-rtd C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Glee (lub I. 2; Band 1, 2; O.chestra 1, 2;

Soccer 1, S; Biology t lub 2; Tennis 1;

Basketball 1, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 3, 4; Base-
ball 3, i.

GEORGE HERMAN

Ancon, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929
Football; Djskeiball; Glee Club; Basketball.



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ARLENE HOFFMAN

Elyria, Ohio

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Glee Club 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; La Pas 2;
Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Class Re-
presentative 1, 2; Vice President 3.

JACK JAMES

Charlotte, N. C.

Entered C. Z. Schools Nov. 18, 1940
Baseball 4.



OPAL WAINE HOLGERSON

St. Andrews, Colombia

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1928

Glee Club 1, 2, ^, 4; Sports 1 2; La Pas

1, 2, 3.

CATHERINE JUSTICE

Jasper, Alabama

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1939

EMILY MAE HORINE

Colon, Panama

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept. 1929

Tennis 1. 2. 4; Soccer 1, 2; VoUevball 1,

2, 3, 4; Softball ^, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4;
Varsity 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Operettas 1, 2, 3; Acapella

3, 4; Class Representative 1; Biology Club 2.

LAURENA KELLER

Washington, D. C.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; La Pas 2, 3; Operetta

1, 2, 3.

EUGENIA MAE HUFF

Sabinol, Texas

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept. 1929
La Pas; Glee Club I ; Sports.

HENRY E. KELLY

Fort Howard, Maryland

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1939

Football 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4;
Tennis 3, 4; Ping-Pong 3, 4; President of
Student Association 4.












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MABLE LYEW

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1937

Glee Club 1, ^, 4: Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4: Bas-
ketball 1, 2. V 4: Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 4;
Soccer 1. 2; Softball 3, 4; Varsity 2. 3. 4;
La Pas 1, 2, ^, 4; Acapella Chorus 3, 4.



JOHN McCUTCHEON

Los Angeles, California

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept.. 1940

NEIL MAGNER

Ancon, C. Z.

Enter!d C. Z. Schools Sept., 1928

Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1. 2; Baseball
1, 2; Track 1, 2, ^. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3,
4; Band 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3; Orchestra
2 3; La Pas Club 2. 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3;
Operetta 3; Photo Club 2, 3.

TH03IAS McGUINNESS

Costa Rica

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept.. 1937

Glee Club 1, 2; Vars'ty Club Pres. 3: Bio-
logy; Pres. Junior Class: Football 2; Basket-
ball 3; Baseball 4; Track 1.



HOMER Mccarty

Cleveland, Ohio

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept.. 1937

Football 1, 2; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Thes-
pians 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of
Class 4; Photo Club; Swimming.



ORVILLE MILBURN

Entered C. Z. Schools 1940

MARY LAMAR McCUNE

Manila, Philippines

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1940
Gle.' Club 4.

VIRGINIA NAYLOR

Cristobal, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1930

La Pas 2 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. ^; Class
Stcr.iary 4; Softball 1. ",. 4; Basketball 3
Volleyball 1, 3. 4; Softball All-Star Team
Biology Club; Dramatic Club; Tennis 2, 3
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3.



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MARVIN ODOM

Charleston, South Carolina

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept. 25, 1939
Baseball.

GIOCONDA PUCCI

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

La Pas 2, 3; Varsity 3, 4; Prssident of
Varsity Club.

LOUIS E. PALMER

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Baseball 1, 3, 4; Captain 1; Football 1, 3;
Glee Club 1; Track 1.

JOHN PUCCI

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Soccer 1. 2, 3; Dasketball 1 2, 3, 4; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis
3; Softball 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.

JUSTINA PEREZ

Panama City, Panama

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept. 16, 1938

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2; Volleyball

1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Softball 1.

HAROLD ROSE

Butler, Pennsylvania

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Orchestra 1,

2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4.

KATHRYN PHILLIPS

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

La Pas 2, 3; Glee Club; Tennis; Volleyball;
Dramatic Club.

CLYDE RULEY

Pensacola, Florida

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4.




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MARVIN SALMON

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept.. 1929

Football 1. 2 1. 4; Scccer 1. 2; Basketball
1. 2. ^; Softball 2. t; Baseball 1: Wat:r
Polo 2. 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Glee Club 1;
Orchestra 1, 2, 3.

EVELYN SHIRLEY

Cristobal, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929
Secretary of Student Council 1; La Pas 2.
3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3;
Soccer 2.

EDITH SANDERS

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1931
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee; La Pas 1, 2;
Biology Slub 2; Senior Commencement Com-
mittse 4.

MARION AILEEN SNYDER

Vineland, New Jersey

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept.. 1937

Glee Club; Biology Club; Softball; Volley-
ball; Operettas.

LENORE SCHICK

Davenport, Iowa

Entered C. Z: Schools Sept., 1940
Gle: Club 4; Sports 4.



IRENE STADE

Taft, California

Entered C. Z. Schools Feb. 26, 1937
Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; La Pas 2. 3. 4;
Operettas 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2; Softball I.
2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Star Basket-
ball Captain; Vollevball 1, 2, 3, 4; Diology
Club 2; Acap:lla Choir 1, 2. 3.



FRANK SCOTT

Colon, R. P.

Entered C Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Caribban 4; Trade Wind
4; Student Association 4; Stage Manager
1. 2.

JACK TONNESON

Ancon, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 192S
Balboa LittI' Thfatre 1; Senior Commence
mcnt Committee 1.








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JAMES WALSH

Cristobal, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1929

Glee Club I, 2. ^, 4; Student Council 2;
La Pas 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1,
2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3.

RACHEL YOHROS

Brooklyn, New York

Entered C. Z. Schools Sept., 1937
Glee Club 1.




KEITH CAMPBELL

Ancon, C. Z.

Entered C. Z. Schools 1929



Football 3; Soccer 3; Stockroom
Orchestra 1



Band 1;



PAT Mccormick

Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Entered C. Z. Schools Oct. 21, 1940
Glee Club 4; Trade Wind 4.



DONALD PHILLIP HAGGART

Fort Monroe, Va.

Entered C. Z. Schools Feb. 17, 1941
Trade Wind 4.



WAYNE NELLIS

Los Angeles, California

Entered C. Z. Schools July, 1939
Track 3, 4; Water Polo 3. 4.



PEGGY McCLEARY

Chanute, Kansas

Entered C. Z. Schools Nov., 1932

Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Swimming
1, 2; La Pas 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1; Student
Association Treasurer 2; S. A. Secr;tary 4;
Class Secretary 1



Senior Class Prophecy

Senor Prognosticum, world authority on astrology, traveling
incognito, friend of the Seniors, consented to foretell the futures
of the Cristobal High School graduates of 1941. On the cloudless,
starlit night of April, as in a trance, while sitting under the
Southern Cross on a concrete bench along Colon beach facing
France Field, he began:

I see CATHERINE JUSTICE, LAURENA KELLER, MARIE
BADDERS, and KATHRYN PHILLIPS as secretaries to JOHN
CARTER, the publisher of the "Western Thriller" magazine.

LUCILLE BARON has just returned to America from one of
her most daring ventures as a foreign correspondent, and was
accompanied by BARBARA BATH, designer for Sacks 5th Avenue,
who made the trip to Europe especially to select the latest models.

FRANK BAXTER and FABIAN FORERO must be congratu-
lated for just having made the rank of first-class potato-peeler
at Camp Spud.

MADELINE BOZEMAN is running a kindergarten for the sons
and daughters of the sons and daughters of her graduating class.

The headlines read "BRUNDAGE DIGS BIG DITCH." While
a little to the right hand side of the page is "Famous woman
chemist succeeds in making the unbreakable test tube." Her
name is FRANCES DAVENPORT.

WILLIERIE CALLAWAY has just begun the much talked-
about escort bureau. The head men of Callaway's Escort Bureau
are HARRY HEINTZ and GILBERT CHASE.

KEITH CAMPBELL is Associated Press Photographer of the
Canal.

EDITH DIXON has just taken Miss Barbara Bailey's place as
Cristobal High School gym teacher.

HENRY BUTCHER and JACK BRAYTON have been reported
on the Isthmus with their exclusive three-ring circus.

FRANK CAIN is president of the American Drug Association.

ROSEMARY DIGNAM is the private secretary of Colonel
Plushbottom.

EVA JEAN DOYLE is a social worker who is now touring Tent
City, Colon. Her brother, LEE DOYLE, has been given a fulltime
job picking bones out of bananas for the United Fruit Company.

RICHARD EGOLF is sports writer for the Ghosttown Special
which comes out the fifth Tuesday of each February.

FANNIE MARIE ELDRIDGE has a fine job as the teller of the
National Bank, but she doesn't tell.

CARL ENDER is the owner of the Palm Beach Inn on the ice-
bound coast of Siberia.

GEORGE ESTENOZ has just been elected Mayor of Colon.

JERRYE GEORGE has the position as head gossip-gatherer
of the society column of the Podunk Center Herald, already in
the hands of the receivers.

A brother and sister enter two different national defense ser-
vices. MARJORIE GILDER is a hostess on an Army Bomber, while
JOHN GILDER has just graduated from Annapolis.

Congratulate LOUISE GORMERLY for her recent success in
acquiring the position in the Cristobal High School office which
her sister, Alice, has just vacated.

RITA GOULET has made history; she is the first woman
manager of the Cristobal Commissary.

DONALD HAGGART has succeeded Bill Stern as sports com-
mentator on movie shorts.

Two great men have made the headlines of the daily papers.
DELBERT HARRIS has crashed the headlines by exploding the
Einstein Theory on the fourth dimension, with a fifth. ROBERT
HARRIS is head chemist of the Dupont Pie Plant.



Congressmen HERMAN, GEORGE HERMAN, filibusters on Aid
to Orphaned Rabbits in Montana.

ARLENE HOFFMAN has just won her fifth consecutive con-
test in shadow jitterbug dancing.

OPAL HOLGERSON has the most honored job on the Isthmus,
as secretary to the Mayor of Colon.

EMILY HORINE and EUGENIA HOFF are still working on
their previous jobs. Emily scientifically cans bananas for United
Fruit and Eugenia makes artificial static for the Tropical Radio.

JACK JAMES is a sharecropper on a North Carolina tobacco
farm.

General KELLY has just finished his two thousand page
volumn on the military technique on capturing the opposite sex.

MABEL LYEW has entered medical practice by specializing
on ailing iguanas.

NEIL MAGNER is escaping matrimony by an extended trip
to Bombay on his journey around the world in his eighteen foot
sailboat, the Adventurer.

HOMER Mccarty is feature photographer for Vogue and spe-
cializes on female faces, like EVELYN SHIRLEY, one of his Cris-
tobal High School classmates.

The society headlines of the year concern the marriage of
PEGGY McCLEARY to Musthava Ford, Jr. heir to the automobile
millions.

PATRICIA Mccormick has accepted a permanent position
of Color Girl for West Point. THOMAS McGUINNESS is the star
pitcher in the Canal Zone World Series. MARY McCUNE is test
Dilot at France Field. JOHN McCUTCHEON, the famous criminal
lawyer, has "Butch" Malone acquitted for not paying income tax
on his coconut fortune.

VIRGINIA NAYLOR, the second Mata Hari, lured defense se-
crets vital to the Anarticania from Admiral JAMES WALSH.
WAYNE NELLIS a Gatun lock guard, was given official recogni-
tion, recently, for discovering two spies disguised as CHS students.
MARVIN obOM has just honored CHS with another visit and
talk on: "How I Rose to Prominence."

JUSTINA PEREZ is the cedula secretary to the Mayor of
Colon, and KATHRYN PHILLIPS has the job of modeling hats for
Sacks.

GIOCONDA PUCCI has been chosen Carnival Queen in the
New Orleans Mardi Gras. JOHN PUCCI has opened the Poorman
Bazaar on Bolivar Street, with expensive prices, and exclusive
models from New York City.

HAROLD ROSE has named his new orchestra the Rose Petals
because his dad's orchestra is the Rose Buds. MARVIN SALMON
slaps the bass fiddle so hard the Humane Society is sueing him.

CLYDE RULEY has taken all of Finlayson's business away.
Now you wait three weeks instead of three months for proofs.
EDITH SANDERS and LENORE SCHICK have just finished their
nursing course and have opened their own baby clinic for qua-
drupeds. MARIAN SNYDER is known as the gracious mistress of
the Rice Mansion. IRENE STADE has just been chosen Assistant
Manager of the Commissary Complaint Department under Rita
Goulet. FRANK SCOTT is a submarine salesman for Smoot-Beeson.
His Motto: "Don't swim. Dive!"

ALFRED TONNESON is governor of the Canal which extends
from California to St. Louis, Mo. ROBERT WILLIAMS punishes
the trumpet in the Rose Pedal Orchestra. RACHEL YOHROS has
opened her own chain of stores. You buy green stamps and get
double the amount in blue for surplus commodities.

Last but not least, we have LOUIS PALMER singing Negro
Spirituals over HP5K-HOK.

In a cloud of mist, Sehor Prognosticum vanished mumbling
something like, "Close Se§ame!"



Progress of a Senior Girl



Entered CHS in 1937 Freshman



SUBJECT



TEACHERS



GRADES



H. H. Arts 9
Spanish 10
General Math
Gym
English 9



Bowman

Cresto

Beavers

Bailey

Brown



B+
C +
B4-
C
A



Sophomore Year



SUBJECT



TEACHERS



GRADES



Advanced H. H. Arts
Spanish 11
English 10
Biology
Speech



Pepoon

Spencer

Brown

Vinton

Worrell



A

B

A

A

B



Junior Year



SUBJECT



TEACHERS



GRADES



Elementary Typing
English 11
U. S. History
Chemistry



Patterson
Liter
Evancoe
Vinton



B
A

A
B +



Senior Year



SUBJECT



TEACHERS



GRADES



Advanced Typing

Shorthand

Business Training

Health

Office Practice



Patterson

Patterson

Patterson

Eugene

Rice



B
B
A
A
A



Actual Record of 1941 Graduate



Progress of a Senior Boy



Entered CHS in 1937 Freshman



SUBJECT



TEACHERS



English 9 Brown

Spanish 9 Cresto

Algebra 9 Stickler

General Science Stickler

Occupational Information Anderson

Physical Education Seller



GRADES



B+

B +

A+

A

B

A



Sophomore Year



SUBJECT



Plane Geometry
English 10
Biology
Spanish 10
Glee Club
Gym
Algebra XI



TEACHERS



Beavers

Brown

Vinton

Spencer

Jorstad

Pesco

Hotz



GRADES



A

B +

A

A

A

A

A



Junior Year



SUBJECT



Solid Geometry

English 11

Chemistry

U. S. History

Latin 9

Gym

American Problems



TEACHERS


GRADES


Hotz


A


Liter


A


Vinton


A


Evancoe


A


Moore


A


Neff


B-f


Beck


B



Senior Year



SUBJECT



TEACHERS



Physics
Latin 10
Algebra XI
World History
Health
Gym
Glee Club



Hotz

Moore

Hotz

Spencer

Eugene

Neff

Jorstad



GRADES

A
A
A

A+
A
A
A



Actual Record of 1941 Graduate



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VIRGINIA HUFF.
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to GEORGIA BUTLER.
)f the future class president,
the "CAINS"!
tILLAN IS so fond of glass arti,:les

one of my glass eyes tor his own

, (Muscles) E'RENNAN.

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lYAN MAHER.

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LEARY.

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.stick to KATHLEEN HUNT.

heir meanderings to GLORIA LEESER

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SUTLER.

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ill to MATT AANSTOOS.
DROWN,
periods in the office to BLACKLE

Ats. Spencer's bone pile to HELEN

:agner.

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TY JANE FOULKES.
INE BRENNAN.
-lARJEAN METZGER.

to ADMIRAL JAMES FUREY.
.y nothing to JAMES PESCOD.
BRENNEN.
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iVlELLE LIM.
ire Senior GLAMOUR GIRL.

to ELVIN INGRAM.
MARION KING.
RLEY E'ROWN.
to GABBY INGRAM.
:OLLlNS.
1 BAUMBACH.

'to ADOLPH BELDEN.
2" to ANN WILLIAMS.
K PICADO.

GEORGIA BUTLER.

to FRANKLIN ENRIQUEZ.
ILIPA ROSALES.
JCE STYLES.
RLEENE RANDALL.
\X/ONG.

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) EDWARD EDER.

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MARIE BADDERS leaves her J. H. to MARION KING.

BENJAMIN BRUNDAGE bequeaths his height to any SHORTY" who needs it.

LUCILLE BARON wills her ability to drive a car to VIRGINIA HUFF.

BARBARA BATH leaves her white convertible to the highest bidder.

FRANK BAXTER hereby wills his yearly trip to Porto Bello to ADOLPH GILGREN.

MADELINE BOZEMAN bequeaths her typing speed to GEORGIA BUTLER.

JACK BRAYTON leaves KID under the protection of the future class president.

FRANK CAIN leaves JAMES CAIN to carry on for the "CAINS'!

JOHN P. CARR bequeaths, "Since CHARLES McMILLAN is so fond of glass articles

(suspenders, watch bands, etc.). I hereby will one of my glass eyes tor his own

personal use.
GILBtRT CHASE wills his squeaky shoes to JAMES ( Muscles ) E'RENNAN.
EDITH DIXON leaves her punctuality to BETTY SHEA.
FANNIE M ELDRIDGE AND VIRGINIA NAYLOR leave all of their good v.rtues to

ELEANOR MARQUARD AND EDITH STAFF.
RICHARD EGOLF wills his Basketball ability to BRYAN MAHER.
EVA JEAN DOYLE leaves her most embarrassing moments to VIRGINIA KEENAN.
GEORGE ESTENOZ leaves his beard to KIRT McCLEARY.
JOHN PUCCI bequeaths his mustache to JAMES CAIN.
MARVIN SALMON wills his love for English to JIMMY FERNANDEZ.
EDITH SANDERS leaves her catalogue of good jokes to MILDRED BRAMIN.
FABIAN FORERO wills his "Black Eye" to ROBERT FRENCH.
JERRYE GEORGE bequeaths her "Pink Garter" lipstick to KATHLEEN HUNT.
MARJORIE GILDER and PEGGY McCLEARY leave their meanderings to GLORIA LEESF.R

and ARLEEN RANDALL.
JOHN GILDER leaves his Cockney accent to CLIFF JAMES.
KEITH CAMPBELL wills his freckles to TAD LAWSON.
EVELYN SHIRLEY leaves her braids to GEORGIA BUTLER.
ALFRED TONNESON leaves his "good humor" to the highest bidder.
JAMES WALSH bequeaths his chair in Detention Hall to MATT AANSTOOS.
RACHEL YOHROS leaves her typewriter to DORIS EROWN.
LOUISE GORMELY leaves her fourth and eighth periods in the office to BLACKIE

McCOY.
DELBERT HARRIS bequeaths his private seat in Mrs. Spencers bone pile to HELEN

GUNTHER.
EUGENIA HUFF wills her blue eyes to NANCY MAGNER.
JACK JAMES leaves BILL HEIM his position in Physics.

RITA GOULET wills her comfortable naps to next years Chemistry students.
CATHERINE JUSTICE leaves her soft voice to BETTY JANE FOULKES.
LAURENA KELLER wills her silk locks to JOSEPHINE BRENNAN.
ROBERT HARRIS wills his way with Mr. Hotz to MARJEAN METZGER.
NEIL MAGNER bequeaths his anti seasickness nature to ADMIRAL JAMES FUREY.
HARRY KELLY wills his ability to talk a lot and say nothing to JAMES PESCOD.
MABLE LYEW leaves her curly locks to MILDRED BRENNEN.
MARY McCUNE wills her earrings to a pair of nice ears.
JUSTINA PEREZ leaves her Short Hand Book to AVIELLE LIM.
WILLIERE CALLAWAY wills her figure to the future Senior GLAMOUR GIRL.
JOHN CARTER leaves his appreciation of literature to ELVIN INGRAM.
FRANCES DAVENPORT leaves her disposition to MARION KING.
ROSEMARY DIGNAM leaves her Spanish to BEVERLEY E'ROvX'N.
LOUIS PALMER bequeaths his wealth of knowledge to GABBY INGRAM.
CARL ENDER leaves his wavy hair to DERRELL COLLINS.
GIOCONDA PUCCI wills her stately grace to RUTH BAUMBACH.
HAROLD ROSE leaves his rhythm to ELLIS COATS.

GEORGE HERMAN wills his powers of persuation to ADOLFH BELDEN.
IRENE STADE bequeaths her "eyes of blue, five ft. 2" to ANN WILLIAMS.
CLYDE RULEY leaves his book of "Rules" to MICK PICADO.
ARLENE HOFFMAN leaves her 'winning ways" to GEORGIA BUTLER.
HOMER Mccarty wills his ways with the women to FRANKLIN ENRIQUEZ.
PATRICIA McCORMICK wills her jewelry to PHILIPA ROSALES.
FRANK SCOTT leaves his daily wanderings to BRUCE STYLES.
LENORE SCHICK bequeaths her cute sandals to ARLEENE RANDALL.
OPAL HOLGERSON wills her eyes to AUGUSTA WONG.
MARIAN SNYDER leaves her absentee slips to MARY SEIBOLD.
DONALD HAGGART bequeaths his gift of gab to EDWARD EDER.
EMILY HORINE leaves her twinkling toes to DOT MARQUARD.
HARRY HEINTZ wills his "79 varieties" to the VARSITY CLUB.
THOMAS McGUINNESS leaves his athletic ability to COLMAN SASSO.
KATHRYN PHILLIPS wills her fingernails to BEVERLY BROWN.
WAYNE NELLIS leaves his leadership to ALBERT TERWILLIGER.
ORVILLE MILBURN leaves his southern accent to Yo'all.
JOHN McCUTCHEON wills his problems to the American Problem Class.



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Sophomore Girls




FRONT ROW: L. to R.: B. Facdol. B. Hand, E. Nichols, L. lannucci, e. Nitto, G.

Ingram. S. Calloway, E. Huett.
SECOND ROW: L. to R.: A. Fredrick. D. Brown, D. Harrison, G. Anderson, L. Boscola.

G. Rubio, B. Dyer, I. Egelestcn, D. Brundage.
LAST ROW: L. to R.: S. Herman, E. Chambless, D. Hansen, N. Grammar, A. Darker,

A. Crandall. J. Ward, K. Haywood, M. Homelin, B. Koperski.



Sophomore Boys




FIRST ROW: L. to R.: D. Cook, J. Coffey, T. Gregory, D. Hendricks, C. Coats, W.

White, W. Nail, A. Diaz, R. Grabhorn, J. Norris.
SECOND ROW: L. to R.: E. Prudhom, A. Lim, B. Parker, D. Green, G. Stumpf, J.

Wong A. Muschett. L. Keller, B. Metzg?r. A. Davenport. R. Grll.
THIRD ROW L to R.: H. Chenalloy. F. Lindstrom, D. Miller. R. Frick, O. Heilbrow.

L. Wilkes, E. Hendry, D. Taylor, W. Real, J. Byrd.
TOP ROW: L. to R.: R. Simmons, P. Stevens, J. Miller, R. Davis, J. Haywood, D.

Taylor, B. Johnson, N. Hooper, E. Foster, R. Stroop.



SOPHOMORE GIRLS



NAME



WHERE FROM



HOBBY



NICKNAME



Gladys Anderson
Avanell Barker
Lois Boscola
Doris Brown
Doris Brundage
Eula Ma: Callaway
Eleanor Chambless
Ada Crandall
Barbara Dyer
Irene Egglesion
Blanca Facdol
Audrey Frederick
Nadine Grammar
Donna Hansen
Dorothy Harrison
Kathryn Haywood
Helen Herman
Edna Mae Hewitt
Muriel Holmelin
Gloria Ingram
Barbara Koperski
Ellen NichoUs
Charlotte Nitto
Gladys Rubio
Lucille Smithies
Jean Ward



New York


Stamps


Happy Bottom


Tampa, Fla.


Stamps


Baga


San Pedro, Cal.


Photography




Ancon, C. Z.


Boat Riding


Red


Pelham. N. Y


Reading


Dot


Gatun


Chewing gum


Sugar


Calumei City. III.


Stamps


Bill


Quantico, Va.


Flirting


Jinx


Washington, D. C.


Banana Splits


Bobbie


Colon


Chewing gum


Renie


Panama


Writing and Reading




Cristobal


Swimming


Aud


Springfield. Missouri


Collecting charms


Peaches


Nebraska






Chicago, Illmois




Dot


Mobile, Alabama


Sports


Kay


Gatun




Sue


Cristobal. C. Z.




iiddy


New York City


Sports




Cristobal


Dancing


Kid


Los Angeles, Cal.




E'abs


Vallejo. California


Collecting dolls




Bronx. New York




Shots


Del Rio, Texas


Flirting


Cheeks


Ann Arbor, Michigan




Lou


Colon




Jeanie



SOPHOMORE BOYS



NAME


WHERE FROM


HOBBY


NICKNAME


Robert B?van


Los Angeles, Cal.


Fishing


Bob


Jesse Byrd


Cristobal


Golfing


Bud


Jose Calabria


Puerto Rico


Photography


Joe


Herbert Chenalloy


Colon


Reading


Herb


Clarence Coats


Pensacola. Fla.


Tennis


Sooky


James Coffey


Canal Zone


Chemistry, stamps


Munuky


Richard Cook


Montana


Fishing


Dick


Albert Davenport


Houston. Texas


Sports


Daffy


Robert Davis


Hemp. N. C,


Model airplanes


Fats


Arthur Diaz


Baltimore, Md.


Stage work


Freddy


Elton Foster


Mobile. Ala.


Stamps




Robert Frick


Los Angeles. Cal.


Model airplanes


Harpo


Raymond Gill


Merchanrville. N. J.


Fishing


Murph


Rudy Grabhorn


Colon


Fishing


Sunny


Richard Green


Washington, D. C.


Collection of match box covers


Dick


Thomas Gregory


Canal Zone




Gor.qery


Wheeler Griffin


Cristobal




Cotto.i-top


Thomas Harrison


Ancon


Guns


Tom


John Haywood


Mobile, Ala.


Stamps




Oswald Fleilbron


Colon


Swimming


Ozzie


Donald Hendrick


Canal Zone


Shell Collecting


Don


Edwin Hendry


Glouster. N. J.


Indian and Ancient Relics




David Holmes


Knoxville, Tennessee




Legs


Nathan Hooper


Colon


Electricity




Robert Johnson


Philadelphia, Pa.


Reading


Bob


Louis Keller


Gatun


Hunting


Lou


Alexander Lim


Port Armuelles


Dancing


Archibol


Frank Lindstrom


Bismark, N. D.


Mechanics


Buzzy


Donald Long








William Metzger


Cristobal


Electricity


Bill


Donald Miller


Quincy. Mass.


Wood-work


Don


John Miller


Lakehurst, N. J.


"my kijak"




Robert Miller


Manhattan, N. Y.


Model Airplanes


Wrappi


Alfred Muschett


Cristobal


Stage Work


Al


William Nail


Virginia Cir^'. Nev.


Tennis


Bill


William Nesbitt


Newport, R. H.


Archery. Softball


Bill


Julian Norris


Tientsin, China


Stamps, electricity, photography




Robert Parker


Colon


None


Knife


Ernest Prudham


Canal Zone


Baseball


Ernie


William Real


Bunceton, Mo.


Hunting, fishing, sports


Bill


Ray Simmons


Colon


Funny books, sports




Rutherford Stroop


Cristobal


Dancing


Buddy


George Stumpf


Panama


Stamps, furniture




Durham Taylor


New York


Fishing, sports


Bull


Daniel Taylor


Wenatchee, Wn.


Sports


Danny


Wilbur White


Pottisville, Penn.


Baseball


Jojo


Leo Wilkes


Cristobal


Airplanes


Slue


Julio Wong


Colon


Reading


Juli



res



man



I r




FRONT ROW: L. to R.: R. Boz;man, G. Thomas. J. Welton, P. McFarland, E. Sullivan.
M. Justice, S. McConnell. V. Nobles. A. L. Sullivan. M. Justice. S. McConnell. V.
Nrbles. A. L. Sullivan. M. Walters. M. McCoy.

SECOND ROW: L. to R.: J. A. Sink. B. Hansen. J. Dagnall. Y. Calabria, F. Preslar,
A. Eorntraeg^r. S. Adams, F. Hand, U. Oeschle, L. Hunter, I. Patch ;tt, E. Willet,
V. Darken.

THIRD ROW: L. to R.: T. Rozburski, L. Evarts, A. Chase. M. L-ndstrom. K. Lutro,
V Christian. P. Havas, M. Belden. M. Davis, S. Marcse, L. Hohmann, H. Will-
ford, M. Shea. D. Raymond, D. Hearn, R. Simms, P. Snyder,



Freshman Boys




FRONT ROW: L. to R.: J. Gilder, E. Aanstoos. E. Augustine. E. AUine, C. H rine,

N. Vytlacil. R. Bringas, W. Moot. S. Tavlor, R. Theriault. L. Miller, C. McKemv.
SECOND ROW: L. to R.: A. Curtin, S. Henning, L. Goulet, M. Cain, J. Penrose, J,

Hall, B. Keenan. F. Conover, D. McCutcheon, H. Collins. R. Turner, B. Gatch.

E. S'roop.
THIRD ROW: L. to R.: T. Girk-ut. T. Turner, G. Epgvr, C. Mifflin, L. Heiniz, H,

S'ei-ns, E. Lee. J. Schulte, G. Bedard.
FOURTH ROW: L. to R.: R. Conley. A. Johnson, P. Hulsebosch. R. SulKvan. G.

Barber, C. Campbell, H. Hammric, R. Fort, R. Gregory, L. Coleman, B. McMahili,

G. Seavey.



FRESHMEN CLASS GIRLS



NAME

Suzanne Adams
Jean Baird
Peggy E'^lden
Ann: Borntraegger
Ruth Bozeman
Yolanda Calabria
Anna Chase
Virginia Christian
Janet Dagnall
Mary Davis
Louise Evarts
Harriet Falk
Florence Hand
Barbara Hansen
Panni Havas
Lois Hohrrann
Carmelita Hunter
Marian Justice
Marjorie Lindscrom
Catherine Lutro
Sarita Marcus;
Shirley McConnell
Mickie McCoy
Patsy McFarland
Gloria Miller
Virginia Nobles
Irma Patchett
Francis Preslar
Doris Raymond
Theresa Rozburski
Margaret Shea
Royce Sims
Jaxie Smk
Patricia Snyder
Ada Sullivan
Elain; Sullivan
Grace Ihomas
Muriel Walter
Jean Welton
Ermin Willett



WHERE BORN

Minneapolis, Minn.
Seattle, Wash.
Colon, R. P.
Staten Is'and. N. Y.
Ancon, C. Z.
Pone;, Puerto Rico
Cristobal, C. Z.
Panama
Colon, R. P.
Cristobal, C. Z.
Georgetown. Md.
Ancon, C. Z.
St. Louis, Mo.
New London, Conn.
Hungary, Kaposvar
Panama, R. P.
Albany, N. Y.
Ft. Benning, Ga.
Disma'k. N. Da.
New York. N. Y.
Colon, R. P.
Canal Zone
Long Beach, Calif.
Clarkstan, Wash.
Adams, Mass.
Wichita Falls, Texas
Ancon, Panama
Delhi, La.
Washington, D. C.
Fort Sill, Okia.
San Diego. Calif.
Waxhaw. N. C.
Lexington, N. C.
Glauster, N. J.
Denver, Colorado
Ancon, C. Z.
Colon, Panama
Kingston, N;w York
Hayti Mo.. U. S. A.
Roberta, Kentucky



Edward Aanstoos
Emery Ailing Jr.
Edward Augustine
George Barber
Guillermo Bedard
Rafael Bringas
Martin Cain
Claud; Campbell Jr.
Luther W. Coleman
Hollis Collins
Richard Conley
Francis Conover
Andy Curtin
George Egger
Roger Fort
Brent Gatch
James Gilder
Thomas Girkout
Leo Goulet
Richard Gregory
John Hall
Hamric H;rschel
Lionel Heintz
Stanford Henning
Conrad Horine
Peter Hulsebosch
Albert Johnson
Robert Keenan
Eusebio Lee
Robert Marquard
Richard McCutcheon
Charles McKemy
Bernard McMahill
Clayton Mifflin
Lester Miller
William Moot Jr.
Jack Pentose
Kent Peterson
John Schulte
Grove Seavely
Heber Sterns
Edward Stroop
Robert Sullivan
Sandy Taylor
Raoul Theridult
Robert Turner
Thomas Turner
Nicholas Vitlacil



FAVORITE ACTIVITY

Bowling

Tennis

Talk-ng

Tennis

Swimming

Sports

Swimming

Swimming

Tennis

All Sports

Spons

Cooking

Shooting

Sailing

Fainting

Music

Dancing

Movies



Dancing

Music

Gabby

Swimming

Spons

Music

Swimming

Music

Golf

Baseball

Reading

Photography

Photography

Music

Music

E'jseball

Swimming

Reading

Skating

Movies



FRESHMEN CLASS BOYS



Cristobal, C. Z.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Dalhgreen, Virginia
AUentown, Pcnn.
Columbia
Panama
Colon

Morrisville, Penn.
Pensacola. Fla.
Dudley, Georgia
San Diego, Calif.
New Orleans, La.
Willits, Calif.
Corning, N. Y.
Statsn Island, N. Y.
Baltimore, Me.
Cristobal, C. Z
Colon, Panama
Cristobal, C. Z.
Fort Eustice, Va.
Cartago, Costa Rica
Pensacola, Fla.
Covington. La.
New York. N. Y.
Reading, Pa.
Colon, R. P.
Washington, D. C
Riverside, New Jersey
Colon, R. P.
New York. N. Y.
Long Beach, Calif.
El Paso, Texas
Omaha, N;b.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Conn.

New Jersey
Udal. Kansas
Baltimore, Md.
St. Louis, Mo.
Maloud, Calif.
New York, N. Y.
Colon, R. P.
Perry, N. Y.
San Jose, Costa Rica
Boston, Mass.
Bell, Calif.
Jackson, Miss
Norfolk, Va.



NICKNAME

Susie

Pink

Peg

Bunnie

'Baby'

Jolie

Nanny

Ginger

Shorty

We'sey

"T"

Elossi;

Bobby

Chicken

Slim

Lre

"Liz"

Lindv

Cathie

Cita

Mickie

Pat

Glory

Ginger

"Wormy"

Sister

Buttercup

Tootsie

Monk
'Trixie
Patsy

"Sully"
Gracie

"leanie"
Reds"



Radio


"Stoosio"


Foot Ball


"Em"


Baseball


"Skinny"


Music




Swimming




Basketball




Football


"Sugar"


Aircraft, modeling




Studying


"Koofsr"


Track


"Canvas"


Basketball




Baseball


Reds"


Foot Ball


Jonny


Swimming


Junior


Vocal Music


"Rod


Football


Butch


Sleeping


"Slim Jim"


Shooting


Tommj


Sports




Bowling


Dick


Sports


"Bucky"


Sports


Ham"


Sports


"Red"


Sports


"Andy"


Model Building




Meeting people


"Pete"


Hunting


AI


Sports


Bobby


Me;ting interesting


people "Chevo"


Football


Boob


Fishing


Mac


Sports


Chuck


Sports


Scrawn


Movies


Lucky


Stamp-collecting


"Les"


Model Building


Billy


Football


Penner


Athletics


Pete


Swimming


Jack


Hunting




Football


"Flip"


Camping


Sonny


Swimming


Sully


Boating


Frankenstein


Study of Airplanes


Teiry


Stamps


Turnips


Football


Tommy


Fishing


Red"



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SQUAD

Left to right: Line H. Pesccd.
L. Howard. N. Magner C.
Ruley, J. P:scod ( Capt. ) G.
Glaz;, B. Styles. C. Drennan,
B. Johnson, F. Baxter.

Bacl M. Mc Coy. C. James, B.
Murrhy. D. Harris. H. Heintz,
M. Salmon, and M. McCune.



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C.H.S. GRIDIRON

EIGHT BALLS

Left to .right: Front row R.

Marquad. H. Stearns. R. Egolf,

P. Karst, C. Brennan, and L.
Conley.

Backs M. McCune, D. Taylor.
J. Haywood ( Capt. ) D. Har-
J. Haywood ( Capt. ) D. Harris,
R. Fort, and G. Estenoz.



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DOCSEP

Left to right: Line J. Hall. M.
McCoy. R. Williams, L. Ho-
ward. H. Rundquist, M. Pi-
cado, W. Stroop.

Backfisld E. Eder, J. Pesc-d
(Capt.), C. James, and H.
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Left to right: Linemen K. Pe-
terson. B. McMahill. C. Egg?r,
E. Prudhom. S. Taylor, B.
Murphy, and G. Bedard.

Backs H. Pescod. H. Heintz
(Capt.), J. Carter, and F.
Baxter.



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SQUAD

Left to right: Line H. Pesccd.
L. Howard. N. Magner, C.
Ruley, J. P;scod { Capt. ) G.
Glaz;, B. Styles. C. Drennan,
B. Johnson, F. Baxter.

Backs Coach H. Neff. R. Karst,
M. Mc Coy. C. James, B.
Murphy, D. Harris. H. Heintz.
M. Salmon, and M. McCune.




THE CHAMPIONS OF

C.H.S. GRIDIRON

EIGHT BALLS

Left to right: Front row R.

Marquad. H. Stearns. R. Egoif,

P. Karst, C. Brennan, and L.
Conley.

Backs M. McCune, D. Taylor,
J. Haywood (Capt.), D. Har-
J. Haywood ( Capt. ) D. Harris,
R. Fort, and G. Estsnoz.








DOCSEP

Left to right: Line J. Hall. M.
McCoy. R. Williams. L. Ho-
ward. H. Rundquist, M. Pi-
cado. W. Stroop.

Backfidd E. Eder. J. Pesc d
( C apt. ) C. James, and H.
Rose.




NOTRE DAME

Left to right: Litiemen K. Pe-
terson. B. McMahill, C. Egg;r,
E. Prudhom, S. Taylor, B.
Murphy, and G. Bedard.

Backs H. Pescod, H. Heintz
(Capt.), J. Carter, and F.
Baxter.



Football




Getting most of their material
from the intra-mural league,
the Cristobal High School var-
sity football eleven practiced
for about two weeks before their
their annual game with the
Canal Zone Junior College and
Balboa High School.

They travelled to Balboa to
play the Junior College, only to
be defeated 13-0.

A week later, the Balboa High
School invaded CHS, and the
Cristobal varsity squad hung a
12-6 defeat on the Balboaites.

After defeating the BHS team,
the Cristobal coaches, Mr. Neff
and Mr. Hotz, felt that the foot-
ball team had a very successful
season.

INTRA-MURALS

The intra-mural football lea-
gue was run off in clock-like
fashion starting September 25,
and ending November 12.

There were five teams entered this year, picked out of the 90 boys who
had signed up to play. There was an average attendance of 28 players for
each game. For the first time in several years there were no accidents ex-
cept for minor bruises to muscles.

After winning the first half with a record of 3 wins and 1 setback, the
Eight Ball eleven, under the capable leadership of Sophomore Johnny
Haywood, the first half champions went on to take the play-off from the
second half winners, the Docsep squad, who were led by Jimmy Pescod.

The play-off game was featured by the passing of Captain Haywood,
who threw three touchdown passes with the wet ball that was used because
of the wet grounds.

Haywood also repeated his passing feats by throwing two touchdown
passes to end Clyde Ruley in the High School game.



The Rams

L. to R. Line K. McCleary, B. Keenan, T. Turner,
J. Cain, E. Ingram, B. Parker and H. Hohan.

Backfield R. Schick, J. Pucci, J. E'rayson ( Capt. )
T. Kaufer, and F. Cain.



SEASON STANDINGS''




The Trojans

L. to R. Line B. Maher, W. Real, D. HoUowell,

M. Salmon, and G. Glaze.
Backs R. Justice, (Capt.), and G. Hoffman.



Team W L

Eight Balls 5 2

Docsep 4 1

Trojans 4 2

Notre Dame 3 4

Rams 7



T Pet.

1 .688
3 .688

2 .625
1 .438
1 .063



*This year's intra-mural
league was played in halves,
therefore making it neces-
sary to have a play-off,
which was won by the Eight
Balls, therefore the Docsep
team and Eight Ball eleven
were not tied for first place
as the Season Standings
show.

**Tied game counted as
1/2 game won and 1/2 game
lost.




The Yanks Baseball Champions

.eft to Right: Sitting F. Fry, G. Bedard, J. James, K. Peterson,

R. Bringas.
Standing B. Johnson, K. McCleary, L. Palmer, H. Kelly (Capt. ),

J. Hohan, J. Shields.




The Cards Baseball Runners-up

Front Row: L. to R. R. Wicdoff, F. Baxter, R. Egolf (Capt.),

T. Gregory, and L. Keller.
Back Row: L. to R. L. Conley, B. Maher, R. Justice, W. Real,

and E. Davenport.




C. H. S. Twilight League Team

Front Row: L. to R. E. Prudom, H. Pescod, G. Glaze, C. Sasso,

and J. Pescod.
Back Row: L. to R. Mr. H. Neff, coach; K. Peterson, J. Haywood,

E. Eder, T. McGuinness, C, James, and H. Heintz.



Baseball



C. H. S. introduced a new
system for baseball this year by
letting no boy who made the
Varsity nine play intra-mural
ball.

The Varsity team was made
up of such players as Jimmy
Pescod, Johnny Haywood, Hugh
Pescod, and Harry Heintz.

Two of the boys who made
the varsity this year will not
be back next year and they are
Tommy McGuinness and Harry
Heintz, pitcher and first base-
man, respectively.

After losing eleven of their
twelve games the first half, and
getting beaten by Balboa High
School, the team came out the
second half to finish in third
place of the Twilight League.

The star of the team during
the second half was Johnny
Haywood, who helped win 3 of
the five games won by the team.

The intra-mural league this
year was another big success,
with Harry Kelly's Yanks tak-
ing the play-off game from
Richard Egolf's Cards.

Kelly's team nosed out Teddy
Kaufer's Red Sox nine for the
first half championship, with
David Hollowell's Giants finish-
ing third, and the Cards losing
every game they played to finish
last.

The Cards finally started to
win their games the second half,
but only after they had obtained
Dick Justice and Albert Daven-
port. Before the last half of the
schedule was completed, the
Cards had climbed to first place,
to win themselves a play-off
position. The Yanks finished
second, the Giants ended in
third place, but the Red Sox
dropped all the way from second
at the conclusion of the first
half, to last during the second.

The Varsity team travelled to
Balboa this year to play Balboa
High School, and came home
crestfallen, as they were not
only defeated, but had not made
a hit.



C, H, S. Softballers




FIRST LINE B. Nesbitt, R. Simon, D. Taw;s, G. Herman, K. McCleary, and M. Salmon.
BACK ROW: L. to R. F. Fry, E. Davenport, L. Goulet, J. Brayton, J. Pucci, and
G. Bcdard.



All Star Soft Ball Team




TOP ROW: L. to R. M. McCoy, A. Randall, M. Seibold, N. Magner, E. Stapf, G.

Miller, R. Bozcman.
BOTTOM ROW: L. to R. M. Davis, E. Marquard, K. Haywood, (Capt.), B. Foulkes,

D. Marquard, G. Thomas, L. Hunter.



All Star Girls Volley Ball




FRONT ROW: V. Hambelton.

SECOND ROW: L. to R. Marquad, M. R. Davis, Marquad, G. Miller.
THIRD ROW: L. to R. W. Calloway, H. Hauss, Anderson, G. Thomas.
LAST ROW: L. to R. N. Magner, C. Haywood, and B. Koperski.



All Star Basket Ball Team




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TOW ROW: L. to R. A. Lim, F. M. Eldrids--, K. Hum, V. Kctiun, L. Uo>lc, L. D,;^wn,

P. Resales, H. Herman, R. Goulet.
BOTTOM ROW: L. to R. G. Pucci, M. Seibold, K. Haywood, E. Marquard, I. Stade,

( Capt. ) D. Marquard, N. Magner, E. Stapf, M. Lyew.




Water-Polo Champs

Front Row: L. to R. R. Davis, M. Salmon, A. Muschett.

Second Row: L. to R. A. Diaz, P. Karst, F. Lindstrom, J. McGann (Capt.).

Last Row: L. to R. C. James, and W. Nellis,




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Runners-up in Water-Polo

Front Row: L. to R. R. Frick, R. Egolf, C. Brennan.

Back Row: L. to R. G. Estenoz, R. Siroop, J. E'riggs, and J. Carter (Capt.),



C. H. S. Athletes Track Meet




Points C. H. S. 60; C. Z. J. C. 40
Left to Right R. Stroop, J. Pucci, P. Hulsebosch, G. Estenoz E. Eder G. Glaze D
Hollowell, C. McMillan.



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Tennis Girls








BOTTOM, L. to R. S. Adams, M. Walters, A. Lim, B. Williams, P. Resales J Welton

cvr-r^^'r^ '"^' *" J"5"<^^. L. Baron, H. Gunther. L. Schick.

SECOND ROW: L. to R. J. Baird, J. Brennan, A. Borntraegar, M. McCoy F Davenport

J. George, L. Boscola, M. Davis, G. Butler, P. Butler, M. Metzger K Hunt

S. Calloway.
THIRD ROW: L to R.M. King, D. Marquard, Y. Calabria, E. Shirley, M. Seibold,

a; t?P, ; Nobles. M. Zitzewitz, L. Hunter, E. Doyle, E. Marquard, K. Haywood

M. Holmelin, E. Dixon, G. Rubio, I. Stade, G. Ingram, B. Koperski P McClearv

D. Raymond.




FLASHES

Ltft to right- H. Pes-
cod, G. Bedard, R.
Simon, J. Haywood
( Capt. ) D. Harris.
H. Collins, J.
Shields, and M. Pi-
cado.




SHAMROCKS

Left to right: front
row R. Bringas, R.
Egolf ( Capt. ) S.
Henning.

Back row H. Rose,
D. Taylor, N. Mag-
ner, and W. Nail.




RED SHIRTS

Left to right C.
Sasso, M. Salmon,
F. Frey. A. Aans-
toos, E. Eder ( Cap-
tain ) G. Esienoz,
and B. Styles.



RED WINGS

Left to right J. Cof-
fey. J. Johnson, D.
T a w e s, F. Lind-
strom. R. Johnson
( Capt. ) and A.
Terwilliger.




HARDTACKS

Left to right A. Cur-
tin, J. James, R.
French, J. Hall
( Capt. ) G. Egger,
F. Conover, D.
Long, and E. Stroop.




RANGERS

Left to right B
Parker, J. Furey,
B. Marquad, F.
Hooper, M. Cain,
and L. Goulet. Ab-
sentee captain Clar-
ence Coats.





DRIBBLERS

L. to R. D. Hoi
well, B. White,
Prudom, G. Gla;
( Capt. ) D. Mab
E. Coats, and
McCleary.




TEXANS

L. to R. D. Ores
H. Kelly, E. Dave
port ( Capt. )
Jj troop, F. Baxti
H. Heintz, and (
Herman.




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fficers of the eighth grade and
Seniors meet with the faculty
to consider nominees for the
linees for president, vice-presi-
campaign before the elections
er of the new school year. The
ich of the offices.

IS watched eagerly by the stu-
less, and Eva Doyle carried on
ce. Many crowded around the
returns. Harry Kelly was the
rginia Keenan, vice-president;
een, treasurer.

mized in 1932 by Mr. Roger
rs among which may be counted

nany worth-while presentations
dances, Stunt Night, class pic-
the yearbook CARIBBEAN,

banquet, athletics events, and



Student Council




KNEFLING: L. to R.: H. Kelly, V. K;enan, Mr. T. F. Hotz, F. McCleary. D. Green:
STANDING: L. to R.: J. Hall, G. Rubio, M. Metzger. Miss Moore, A. Chase, M.
Gilder, F. Scott. K. McCleary absent.



In May of each school year, the officers of the eighth grade and
each high school class, excepting the Seniors meet with the faculty
advisors as a nominating committee to consider nominees for the
Student Association offices. These nominees for president, vice-presi-
dent, secretary, and treasurer carry on a campaign before the elections
which are held about the first of October of the new school year. The
students vote for a representative of each of the offices.

This year, a race for president was watched eagerly by the stu-
dents as Harry Kelly, Tommy McGuinness, and Eva Doyle carried on
their campaigns for the important office. Many crowded around the
auditorium on election day to hear the returns. Harry Kelly was the
successful candidate for president; Virginia Keenan, vice-president;
Peggy McCleary, secretary, and Dick Green, treasurer.

The Student Association was organized in 1932 by Mr. Roger
Hackett. It has had many successful years among which may be counted
1941.

This organization has sponsored many worth-while presentations
among which are "The Messiah", class dances, Stunt Night, class pic-
nics, the operettas, TRADEWIND, the yearbook CARIBBEAN,
Christmas pageants, Upper-Classmen banquet, athletics events, and
high school plays.



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FIRST ROW: L. to R.: K. Hunt, A. Sullivan, M. Metzger, G. Ingram, R. Bozeman.
SECOND ROW: L. to R.: A. Randall, P. Skeels, G. Anderson, M. Bslden, L. Hohmann,

A. Crandall.

TOP ROW: L. to R.: Mr. B;ck, P. Enriquez. C. Horine. E. Stapf, M. Seibold. V.
Keenan, B. Prick.

The Cristobal High Schcol Dramatic Club under the sponsorship of Mr. P. L. Beck
was first organized in the fall of 1936 for the purpose of creating a more active interest
in high school dramatics.

The club elected Edith Stapf president; Marjean Metzger, vice-president; and Thomas
Gregory, secretary.

The membership of the club is as follows:

B. Stroop, M. Davis, G. Anderson, M. Ssibold, C. Horine, A. Sullivan, P. Belden,
P. Snyder, L. Hohmann, R. Frick, K. Hunt, E. Aanstoos. R. Bozeman, J. Gilder, J.
Cain, J. Fernandez, A. Crandall, W. Knox, P. Skeels, W. Metzger, V. Naylor, N.
Grammer, E. Sullivan, S. Marcuse, J. Welton, R. Bringas, G. Bedard, G. Leaser, G.
Ingram, V. Hambelton. and V. Keenan.



IS a t i o n a I Thespians




FIRST ROW: L. to R.: H. McCarty, E. Doyle, E. Stapf, J. Cain.

SECOND ROW: L. to R. : J. Fernandez, A. Diaz, F. Muschett, A. Aanstoos.

TOP: L. to R.: K. McCleary, Mr. Beck.



Growing Pains




R. Bozcman, B. Dyer, H. Hauss, J. Gilder L Baron J Cain,
Marcuse, L. Heintz, C. Hunt, Directed by Mr, P. H. D:ck.



B. McCoy, S.



Tom Sawyer




Left to Right: J. Randall, A. Cain, A. L. Nail, G. Goodwill, L. Stapf, I. Miller, L.

Cunningham, J. Trout, A. Hunt, A. Brown.
Seated on floor: D. McKay, W. Pretto. Directed by Miss C. Aycock.



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TOP ROW: L to R.: L. Boscola, E. Chambless, H. Herman, F. Preslar, J. Anderson.

D. Kirkham, K Vinton, E. Nicholls, B. Hand, K. Haywcod, B. Williams, A.

Fredricks.
SECOND ROW: L. to R.: J. Wong, H. Chenalloy, D. Taylor, D. Green, A. Machnt,

W. Real, L. Wilks, R. Simons, R. Davis, J. Byrd.
THIRD ROW: L. to R.: R. Grabhorn, A. Lim, T. Gregory, D. Hendricks, W. White,

J. Narris, W. Nail, J. Breman. R. Parker, J. Coffey.
BOTTOM ROW: L. to R.: D. Brown. M. King. A. Crandall, M. Holmelin, E. Calloway,

G. Rubio, L. lannucci. B, Koperski. J. Calabra.

The Biology Club was founded in 1934 by Mr. K. W. Vinton.
This year under his sponsorship, the Club has made several field trips.
Durham Taylor was elected president; William Real, vice-president; and Barbara
Hand, secretary.



Girls Varsity Club




TOP ROW: L. to R.: Edith Dixon, Nancy Magner, Kathryn Haywood.
BOTTOM ROW: Vrginia Keenan, Eva Jean Doyle (Treasurer), Gioconda Pucci (Presi-
dent), Mable Lyew. Absent Membsrs: Willierie Callaway, Emily Horine (Secretary),
Advisor: Miss Barbara Bailey.



Orchestra




BACK ROW: L. to R.: E. Lee, E. Ailing. S. Adams. M. Mnzger, C. McGinn, A.
Muscheit V. Keenan, H. Rose. T. Gregory, A. Enriquez.

SECOND ROW: L. to R.: M. Walters. M. R. Davis. J. Welton. J. Johnson. L. Cun-
ningham, R. Rice. J. Miller. E. Aanstoos. W. Mttzger, C. Campbdl.

FIRST ROW: L. to R.: B. Facdol. F. Hand. K. Campbell. E. Dovle. S. McConneli, N.
Magner, F. Hooper, F. Enriquez, D. Hendrick, R. Sullivan, Mr. O. E. Jorstad.



Band




FIRST ROW: L. to R.: J. Reillv. A. Sullivan, N. Magner. M. Metzg;r. S. Adams. Mr.

O. E. Jorstad, D. Hendrick, P. Gormely, R. Davis, T. Gregory. H. Rose, F. Enriquez.
SECOND ROW: L. to R.: V. Keenan. H. Hale, J. Byrd. A. Muschett. C. Horine, F.

Preslar. W. Reeves, C. Thomas. G. Thomas. G. Briggs, E. AlLng.
THIRD ROW: L. to R.: B. St. Germain, H. Rowe, E. Chambless. E. Ingram, P. Stephens,

J. Briggs, E. Lee, M. Picado, A. Enriquez, W. Metzger, C. Campbell.



Advanced Glee Club




FIRST ROOW: L. to R.: G. Rubio, B. Nobles, K. Hunt. P. Resales, B. Dyer, H. Moore,

D. Marquard, B. Williams, Mr. Jorstad, M. Lyew. A. Lim, M. Considine. B. Brown,
F. Davenport F. M. Eldridge, V. Kesnan.

SECOND ROW: L. to R. : M. Metzger. A. Randall. E. Horine. E. J. Doyle, J. Brennan,
V. Huff. B. Stroop, T. Lawson, L. Doyle. W. Griffin, D. J. Foulkes, N. Magner,

E. Marquad, M. Zitzewitz, E. Stapf.

THIRD ROW: L. to R.: J. Furey, A. Aanstoos. G. Herman. E. Herman. F. Enriquez,
A. Muschett. H. McCarty, J. Brennan, D, Harris, R. Fort. D. Long, J. Byrd.
C. McMillen.



Elementary Glee C I u




FRONT ROW: L. to K.: \ ed.u Barker, J.intt Dagnall, Ada Let- iiuilnan. Virj^inia Nobles,
Shirley McConnell, Anna Marie Chase, Patsy Snyder, Muriel Holmelin, Marjorie
Lindstrom, Jean Welton, Edna Mae Hewitt, Grace Thomas, Dorothy Harrison, Doris
Raymond, Ermine Willett, Jean Baird, Anna Havas.

SECON ROW: Gladys Rubio, Barbara Dyer, Lois Hohmann, Sarita Marcuse, Avanell
Barker, Patsy McFarland, Ursula Oschsle, Marion Justice, Elaine Sullivan, Virginia
Christian, Barbara Koperski, Frances Presler, Mickie McCoy, Royce Sims, Jaxie Ann
Sink, Margaret Belden, Eula Mae Callaway.

TOP ROW: Donald Hendricks, Conrad Horine, Wilbur White, William Metzger,
Andy Curtin, Edward Aanstoos, Robert Miller, John Schulte. Mr. O. E. Jorstad,
Rutherford Stroop, Robert Johnson. Roger Fort, Danny Taylor, Bernard McMahill,
Albert Johnson, Alexander Lim, Roul Theriault, Franklin Enriquez, Robert Sullivan.



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L. to R. : Roy Fleming, Edward Bourne, Samuel Burke. George Loungrin, Roy E. Coppin.



Whnt Uncle Sam Means To Me

As I reflect upon the poster exhibited in my class room, I can
almost hear Uncle Sam saying:

"Come when you will, Sons and Daughters, you are always wel-
come. I have many jobs for persons of any race or creed. You may
be a banker, a lawyer, a farmer, a businessman, or a tradesman. You
may join the Army, Navy, or the Air Force that I have constructed
to defend the liberty of my peoples. I have a great country here.
Travel as much as you please, write as you please, and worship as you
please; and if you find the going hard, if you find that you cannot
provide yourself with food or shelter I will care for you as best I can.

"The history of my country reads as a storybook, for many years
ago, a small band of people took up arms against a government foul
with tyranny and greed. They resurrected a new nation and installed
a government which would be an ageless dream come true to many
people. Under that government, the United States of America spread
and prospered, staggered, but did not fall in a bitter fight against it-
self. Then climbed and is ascending to new and unparalleled heights
of national splendor. But out of this industrial giant of a nation
rises a symbol of unity in a free country. Though I am pictured as
a tall elderly man with a white flowing beard, my spirit is young,
my back unbent, my eyes mindful of the present by being always
directed toward a boundless future. I have created institutions to
combat illiteracy and disease. I want my people to believe in God
and be good to one another.

"Now in a new era, my policies are being questioned by govern-
ments that take away the liberties of their own people to construct
and feed mighty war machines that devastate inoffensive nations that
dare to ask for their liberty.

"I desire to be a mighty man of peace and righteousness, but in
a turbulent world my righteous anger demands actions to enforce my
words. Now the world can see my might as I speed the wheels of
American industries faster and faster in gigantic efforts to counteract
the workings of a godless people in charge of conscienceless machines
of destruction.

"I am forging a mighty EXCALIBUR to be used by all nations
struggling against the ruthless warfare of dictatorial governments. I
should like to appear as a bright ray of hope for all the fallen coun-
tries. The impetus of my one hundred and thirty million people will
deliver the world out of its fearful darkness into fearless daylight so
that we may see a new world, and my countenance shall shine with
the lights of freedom, happiness, and good fellowship."

As from a trance I awaken and resolve that I shall do all within
my life-long powers to keep the torch of American democracy burning

Virginia Keenan

(Essay winning $180.00 scholarship in Elks Local Contest). This essay compiles
I or Canal Zone honon and may be entered in the National Contest for 51,000).



Xnias Tea of Household Arts Girls




SITTING FRONT: L. to R. : M. McCune, E: Dy;r, I. Patchett, P. Rozburski. D. Raymcnd,

P. Snyder. E. M. Callaway, D. Harrison, V. Nobles, I. Eggleston, G. Rubio.

STANDING CENTER; L. to R. : S. Marcuse. L. Hohmann, G. Thomas, S Herman P.

Belden, Miss Griffin, E. WiUet, J. Ward, R. Goulet, M. Justice, J. Welton,' V.

Christian, B. Kopsrski.

STANDING BACK: L. to R.: P. Havis, H. Wilford, L. Evarts, D. Brundage, K. Lutro,

M. McCoy, M. Holmslin, M. Walters.






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The Art of Getting B>

The art of getting by is one of the most discussed topics among
students the world round, yet it is surprising to know that very few
")f these said pupils really have the technique.

I have spent many years in analyzing this sad state of affairs and
have come to the conclusion that I will be well rewarded with the
praise of thousands of victims if I disclose the great secret.

First you should make a careful study of the teacher. Her habits,
actions, and thoughts become more or less set after teaching a few
years. This makes step number one rather easy. Some teachers, during
the first few days of the course, make a careful survey of their pupils
and imm..-?diately decide who they will have as their "favorite one"
and who they are going to have as the "dummy." If you are so un-
fortunate as to be chosen as the latter, then it is best that you dis-
continue reading this essay, for you are the hopeless case.

Step number two: If the seating arrangement is left to the stu-
dents then make a dash for the seat next to the "brains" of the class.
Sit on the side where the light will fall on his paper conveniently. In
this way if he chances to look over on your paper, the information is
only a blur.

Step number three: If the teacher is in the habit of calling on
different ones to recite, you should adjust your chair so as to be hidden
by the person in front of you. A little slumping will do wonders, too.
As one can easily slump to floor level, this method fails if the teacher
happens to stand.

Step number four: Wear clothes that harmonize with your envi-
ronment thus making yourself inconspicuous. If, however, the teacher
does find you in class and decides to ask you the next brain twister,
then adopt a fit of coughing and ask to be excused for a drink. Once
outside the room it is wise to stay there until she is finished asking
questions and is launching an interesting account of how she spent
her last night of the previous summer vacation.

Your next report card will tell the sad tale.

Such is the art of getting by and if it doesn't work then my only
advice is to study and study like you never have before!

Phyllis Skeels



The Energy Lost in Chewing Gum

Undoubtly many of you are gum chewers. Besides being a great
relaxer, chewing gum helps to while away the time. But just the same
there is valuable energy lost in this art.

The amount of pressure exerted by a human jaw is fifty pounds.
Chewing ten times on a piece of gum exerts five hundred pounds.
If this weight were used on a pulley, it would be possible to lift up
thirty thousand foot pounds.

A bushel of sand weighs one hundred pounds. If your thirty
thousand pounds were converted into sand you can have three hun-
dred bushels. The same is true for cement. But if you owned a horse
and fed it oats, which are thirty pounds per bushel, you could have
one thousand bushels of oats. If the horse ate one bushel every six
days, it would take him fifteen years to eat all the oats.

The rate of postage, first class mail, is three cents for each ounce
or fraction thereof, other than local. If you wished to mail this thirty
thousand pounds at this rate, it would cost you about seven thousand
eight hundred dollars. If this money were in some sort of an invest-
ment at six per cent, you would receive about nine hundred thirty-six
dollars in two years.

If you had this seven thousand eight hundred dollars invested at
compound interest, at four per cent, since the Birth of Christ until
1933, you would have 4,680,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,
000, dollars.

The next time you chew a penny piece of gum, stop and think
of all the money you could have from the energy that you have ex-
erted on that one piece of gum.

By Anthony Aanstoos.



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Victrolas, Victor & Bluebird

Records.

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G. E. Refrigerators & Washing

Machines.

Congratulations, Class 'Al



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l?iity, spirit, and comfort
Canal.

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"Congratulations"
Class of '41

GORIN'S MATTRESS
FACTORY

p. Gorin, Manager, CHS", '40
6071 Bolivar Avenue

"See Gorin' s for the
BEST IN REST"

Manufacturers of the highest
grade of bedding.




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American Trading
Company, Ltd.

"Radio Center"

Distributors of RCA Victor Radios,

Victrolas, Victor & Bluebird

Records.

- also

G. E. Refrigerators & Washing

Machines.

Congratulations, Class '41


HOTEL WASHINGTON

Unequalled for Location and Comfort

A Hotel in keeping with the dignity, spirit, and comfort
of The Panama Canal.

GOLF SWIMMING WATER SPORTS
TARPON FISHING.



C. CASULLO

WATCHMAKER and
JEWELLER

No. 45-A. Front Street

Colon, R. P,



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GRUENS


Co77ipliments of


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French Perfume Linens


WATCHES


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Silks




Panama Colon



THE STANDARD FRUIT &
STEAMSHIP COMPANY

VACARRO LINE

Wish every success to the Graduating
Class of 1941.



French Drug Store

V. DELGADO M.

Frank G. Cain, Manager

Home Delivery from 7:30 A. M.

to 9:00 P. M.

7021 Front Street
opposite P. R. R. Station



Phon; 240



ARBOIX

NOVELTIES

COLON

Dresses
Millinery
Silk Lingerie
Pocket-Books

Fine Porcelain
China Dinnsr Sets
Novelty Jewelry



Colon, R. P.



SOLE AGENT
for

K A Y S E R

Silk Hosiery




Compliments of



Samaritan Hospital



UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Regular and Dependable Freight and Passenger Sailings to New
York, New Orleans, Havana, Kingston, and Port Limon.



Convenient arrangements can be made at our office on the Isthmus
for transportation from the United States to the Canal Zone.

GREAT WHITE FLEET

SERVES THE AMERICAS



Offices

United Fruit Co. Building, Cristobal

Phon:s

Cristobal 2121
1753



Colon
20



Century Club
Panama City

Panama 523
524



Coiuplifiieiits
of

Dr. Vern Prier
Dr, Horace Foster




Gray Marine Motors

Gasoline &
Diesel Engines



BUILT BY ENGINEERS,
PIONEERS, LEADERS

FRANK SCOTT JR.

Gensral Agent

Phone Colon 48 Box No. 115

COLON



HOTEL T I VOL I

A comfortable, restful Hotel, ideally located with magnificent
view of the Pacific Ocean.



The center of social life, close to every point of interest on the
Pacific side of the Canal Zone.



J.AMES E. LEWIS,
Alanager.



P. O. Address
Ancon, Canal Zone



ROBERT WILCOX
CO., INC.

General Commission
Merchants

Agents the Home Insurance
Co. of N. Y.

Fire Insurance

Box 115 Colon
Fhone 48 Colon




POWELL'S GARAGE

Broadway at 16th Street

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH

GOODRICH TIRES

TEL. 74 Colon



IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH

Workers will receive the full share of what they

produce when they organize and buy their

own union-made goods.



Compliments of

THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION

and

THE METAL TRADES COUNCIL

of the CANAL ZONE.



Compliments of



Sterling's Garage



MAIN STOUE
lith Street and Bolivar Ave.




Colon, R. de P.
9th and Front Streets

Telephone 3 1 1

Moudry's Flower
Shop

MRS. ESTELLA MOUDRY

Oldest Reliable

Atlantic side Florist.

'^lowers and Decorations for all occasions.



Beauty For You



Helena Rubenstein



PARIS BAZAAR



Compliments of



THE PANAMA RAILROAD



and



PANAMA LINE



Compli7nents of



FRENCH BAZAAR



Colon, R. P.




Silks Linens Novelties
PANAMA HATS

I. L. MADURO JR.

Ladies' Dresses



Colon Fire 1940



CotnpUments of



Imprenta Minerva



Job Printing of All Kinds



Kodaks Film Cine Kodaks

A complete line of Eastman made photographic materials for the
amateur and the professional.

Developing, Printing & Enlarging Service
KODAK PANAMA, LTD.



Colon



Panama



WONG CHANG

FERRETERIA



Colon Panama

Phone 303 Phone 119'






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"FROM A FRIEND'



Compliments of



Central Ainericaii



Plumbing Co.



CONGRATULATIONS!!

Class of 1941

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Delicious



Refreshing



Coiuplhnents of

JULIO A. SALAS



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Box 20-t



Distributor of PHILIPS

TROPIC PROOF RADIOS

NOW available for 25

Cycles Current.




Once again "MOLLOY-MADE
quality of workmanship" scores
as the 1941 CARIBBEAN is
cased in a MOLLOY-MADE
cover from

THE BABCOCK COVER

COMPANY

1131 Oberlin Drive

Glendale, California.



Calcagno's Pharmacy

Corner Bolivar Avenue
and Tenth Street.



Drugs, Patents. Perfumes,
Specializing in

BIOLOGIC AND SCIENTIFIC
PRODUCTS

Tel. 214 Box 254



AT GRADUATION TIME

An exchange of photographs with classmates creates bonds
of friendship you will treasure through the years.

FOR PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION

FINLAYSON'S STUDIO



7018 Front Street
Next to Nat. City Bank Colon



Phone No. 9



Pvead

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

First in the Field

The gateway to a liberal education is your daily newspaper
Read it intelligently! For LOCAL NEWS

For LOCAL NEWS

Full and authoritative coverage of
the daily happenings on the
Isthmus.

For FOREIGN NEWS

The Washington Daily Merry-Go-
Round The National Whirligig
Sound Digest of National News.

READ

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

WE PRINT THE NEWS



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bmSTOBAL SQUAD UPSETS BALBOANS
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 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1941
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Front Matter
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Title Page
        Page 5
    Dedication
        Page 6
    Faculty
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Seniors
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
    Classes
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Sports
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
    Clubs
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
    Activities
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
    Advertising
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
    Back Matter
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
    Back Cover
        Page 99
        Page 100
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CRI STOBAL


HIGH


SCHOOL


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1940

































MR. KENNETH VINTON


ed


cat


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seniors


1941


dedicate


yearbook


to Mr. Kenneth


SVinto


our class


sponsor,


who


a cheerful


tsor,


wzse


counselor,


inspirational


teacher,


invaluable


friend


to all.






Administration


C1


MR. CECIL L. RICE
Principal of C. H. S.


MR. BEN WILLIAMS
Supt. of C. Z. Schools





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Miss Barbara J. Bai
Physical Education
Degrees-B. S., Chicago Training Si
creation and Physical Educatior
School, Columbia University.
Before CHS-Supervisor Physical
Public School-Muskegon, Mich.
Activities-Varsity Club, Intramural


ley

school of Re-
1, Graduate

Education,


Mr. Pai
American Prol
Degrees-A. B., Findl
Michigan University.
Before CHS-Emerson
Ohio.
Activities-Sponsor of
Thespians.


Sports.


u1 L. Beck
lets, Mathematics
lay College, Ohio;
.


School,


Dramatic


Club


Lakewood,

, National


Miss


Hallie


Mathematics,


Beavers


Household


Degrees-A. B., Women's College, U. N. C.;
M. A., Duke Untversity, N. C.
Before CHS-Durham High School, North Caro-


lina.
Activities-Cafeteria cashier,
man Class.


Co-sponsor of Fresh-


Miss Jeaine Brown


Teach<
Degre s--A.
University


of English


B., Univers'ty
of Missouri.


Librarian


of Missouri;


Before CHS-Southwest Missouri
College.
Activities-Sponsor of Sophomor


State


M. A.,


Teachers


e Class.


Mr. Noel
Woodwork and


Degrees-B.


S., Bradley


Gibson


Metal


Polytechnical


Before CHS-Balboa High School, Balboa,
Zone.


Algebra, Solid
Degrees-A. B
State.


Institute.


Canal


Mr. Ted
Geometry,
., Heidelbur


Hotz
Trigonometry
g, Ohio; M.


Before CHS-Newport High School
Kentucky.
Activities-Student Council Advisor.


Phvs'cs.
.. Ohio


, Newport,


Miss


Degrees-A.


bama.
Before


s Doris
Household
Judson


Oswald


Griffin
Arts


College,


CHS-Murphy


Alabama.
Activities-Cafeteria.


Marion,


School


Mobile,


E. Jorstad


Glee, Band, Orchestra
Degrees-B. A., Concordia College, Minnesota;
B. M. Concordia Conservatory of Music, North
Dakota.
Before CHS--High School, Valley City, North


Dakota.
Activities-Music


and Christmas


Festivals.


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Mr. Forrest


K. Bryan


Mechanical Drawing, Woodwork
D:grees-B. S., Teachers College, Kansas; M. A.,
Colorado College of Education, Greeley, Colo-


radio.
Before CHS-Training School, Pittsburgh,
Activities-Junior Class, Co-sponsor.


Kansas.


Paul


Degrees-A


Journalism,
. B., Leba


sylvania; M. A. Du
fore CHS-Ephrata


Pennsylvania.
Activities-Trade


Wind


J. Evancoe
U. S. History
on Valley Colle


ke


School,


"ge,


Penn-


Ephrata,


and Caribbean.


Mr. J.
General


Clark


Math


Degrees-DE. S., New Yorl
Before CHS-Southampton,


lematics
c University.


Degrees-A


Island C(
tore C:H
vice; Phy
Fund, St
Atlantic


Dr. George Eugene
Director of School Health
. B., Cornell University; M. D., Long
college Hospital.
S-Surgeon U. S. Public Health Ser-
'sician, New York State Compensation
irgeon U. S. Coast Guard on North
Iceberg Patrol.


Miss


Bess


English<
Degrees-A. B., West
West Virginia U
Before CHS-Thurston
burg, Pennsylvania.
Activities-Sponsor of


M. Liter


h 11 12
Virginia Univ

Preparatory

the Junior


Miss Mary


ersity;

School

Class.


M. A.,


Fre
Degrees-A. B.,
bia University.


Pitts


Before


nch,
W


est


CHS-Follansb


bee, West Virginia
Activities-Co-advisor


Elizabeth Moore


Latin,


Spanish


* Virginia;

iee High

of Student


M. A.

School,


Colum-

Follans-


Council.


Degrees-B.


Carl Maedl


General
State


head, Minnesota.
Before CHS-Sauk
Rapids, Minnesota.


Science
Teachers


Rapids


School


Moor-

, Sauk


Mr. Howard
Director of Physic
Degrees-B. A., University
A., Columbia.
Before CHS-Director of
Education, Haverford, Pa.
Activities-Sports.


Neff, Jr.
al Education
of Pennsylvania;


Health


Physical


I Sfal~- -.


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Faculty


J. EVANCOE


MARJORIE


Advisor


Editor


GILDER


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Assistant


Editor


Jerrye


Philippe


Classes ............


George

Butler


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Senior


Class


History


Looking


which
ones.
ago.


have
We


backward
terminated


entered


The frosh-soph


over


our high


so quickly


Cristobal


High


brawl started


havc
Schoc


school
e been,


)1


careers,


as freshmen,


the year, and


the class


four


whole,
ust four


years
happy
years


got organized


soon afterward by electing Jack Brayton as


president;


Emily


Peggy


Horine and


McCleary,


Eddie


secretary;


Wheeler


president;


Frances


as girl


Frank Cain,


Davenport,
v Student


vice-


treasurer;
Association


representatives.


Miss


Moore


was


class


sponsor.


Freshman


the school
the dance
men left o


Carnival I
sponsored
n vacation,


Class


contributed


running


three


SFreshmen
on their way


toward


booths.


was


given.


toward


being


success


middle
June,


of May,
we Fresh-


Sophomores.


Arriving


back


to school


September,


we Sophomores


to work
president;
Walsh an


13;


distinguished
Our class pic


Soph


electing Edd
'elyn Shirley,


ra Jean
ourselves


:nic on


dance


sponsor


given
class.


1C


Doyle
as


January


e Wheeler
secretary;


Student


Sophomores


at tme


in the Gym


president;


Arlene


Peggy


Hoffman,


Association


McCleary
treasurer:


representative


winning


Gun


Club


March.


was a


Miss


success, as


Jeanne


Brown


, vice-
James
s. We
crown.


was
was


In
sident;
tary; C


our Junior year in


Arlene


,race


Hoffman,


Marcuse


was a big year for us.


entertained


at the


Poin


was


the seniors
t, which, c


a success


in s


1939,


Tommy


vice-president;


Delbert


McGuinness


Mary


Harris


Louise


was elect
Messer,


representatives


We got our class rings, put out the essay
at the Junior-Senior Banquet, and gave


In account
pite of the


rain,


weather.


was c
Miss


a


continuedd


Liter


was


Junic


ed pre-
secre-
. This
annual,
picnic
e Gym,
or class


sponsor, and Mr.


Bryan,


co-sponsor.


In our


John Pu'
Carty, tre
sentatives


last year,


cci,
asurn
in t


1940-41,


vice-president;
er; Marjorie (


he


we Seniors chose


Virginia


;ilder


Student Council.


and
Mr.


Naylor,
Frank S
Vinton


Frank C
secretary;


;cott,
and


,ain,


Senior
Mrs. S


president;


Homer
class
Ipencer


repre-
acted


as class sponsors.


Cr III .' '-


traime a '1,, thf


ThInlcc-vmn o-


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rl nn rn


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tr mE3


rl il)llmn









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o r


ass


cers


aI


FRANK


CAIN


President


JOHN


Vice-President


MR.


KENNETH
Sponsor


VINTON


-s -F.


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MARIE BAI

Annapolis,


Entered


Volley


)DERS


mnd.


C. Z. Schools-1940


Team


MADELINE

Ancon


Entered


BOZEMAN


C. Z. Schools-1929


DaJsketball
Volleyball
Club 2.


Tennis
Baseball


* 1, 2;
Biology


LUCILLE

Boston,


Entered


BARON

Mass.


C. Z. Schools-l


ee Club;
ind, and


Acapella Choir;
Caribbean.


Dramatic


Trade


JACK

Providence
Entered C.


BRAYTON


Rhode


Island


Z. Schools-1929


Soccer 1. 2, 3; Football 1,
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bask tball 1,
ming 1, 2; Tennis 3; Softball
2; Class President 1.


BARBARA

Norwalk,


3, 4;
3, 4:
Trade


BATH

Conn.


Entered


Glee Club; La Pas
and Operetta 3.


C. Z. Schools-1929


Trade


Wind;


Caribban,


~"t'e'
Llit
V "3


BEN

New
Entered (


BRUNDAGE


Rochelle,
C. Z. School


s-1940


FRANK


Colon,


BAXTER

Panama


~ m~rw br< < a~


,, i"
""Z







WILLIE


MARIE


CALLAWAY


Mobile


Entered


Alabama


C. Z. Schools-Sept.


Biology
2, 3, 4;


Club
Tenni


ball 1, 2, 3,
ball 3; La Pa
mittee 4; Opel


2; Soccer 1, 2; Basketi
s 2, 3; Varsity 2, 3, 4;
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3
s 2, 3; Commencement
rettas 1, 2.


ball 1,
Volley-
; Soft-
Com-


LEO


CONLEY


Cristobal,


Entered


C. Z. Schools-1927


Football
ball 1.


3, 4; I
Soccer


Baseball
1, 2,


1, 2, 4; Easket-
3; Water Polo


JOHN


CARR


Louis,


Track


Team


FRANCES

Kingstc


DAVENPORT


-lub 2, 3, 4;
4; Dramatic
4; Volleyball


La Pas
2, 3;
1, 2, 3,


2, 3, 4;
Acapella


Tennis
Choir


J

C


Trade Wind
4; All-Star


ball 4;
Cheerleader


Intr


OHN CARTER

,olon, Panama
4; Intrmaural Water Polo Team
Water Polo 4; Intramural Foot-
amural Swimming (capt.) 4;


.1 4,


ROSEMARY DIGMAN

Youngstown, Ohio


Entered C.


Z. Schools--1935


Basketball
ball 1, 2,
1, 2; Con


1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2,
3; Swimming 1, 2,
nmencement Committee


Volley-
Soccer


GILBERT


CHASE


^








EVA


JEAN


DOYLE


Colon,


Panama


Volleyball
Tennis 1,
1, 2, 3,


2, 3, 4
presentat
bottball


Entered


C. Z. Schools-1934
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2,


2, 5, 4;
4; La Pas


; Varsity 2,
ive; Orchestra
3, 4.


occer 1, 2; Glee Club
, 3, 4; Dramatic Club
3, 4; Sophomore Re-
3, 4; Accompanist 4;


CARL

Colon,


ENDER

Panama


Entered


Llub ,
Soccer


C. Z. Schools-October


baseball
1, 2, 5;


football


rlto 2; Dramatic Club


, 1929


-; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4;
3; La Pas 2.


LEE DOYLE

Colon, R. P.


Entered


Football
ball 1, 2
Swimming
baseball


*, >, 4;
g 1, 2;
1, 2, .,


Schools-October,
4; La Pas 1, 2,


Soccer
U",


Club


1934
: Basket-


2; Dramatics


.4;


GEORGE

Colon


ESTENOZ


C. Z. Schools-Feb.,


Basketball;


Itlee Club.


RICHARD


Gat


HORINE

;un, C. Z.


GOLF


Entered C.
Orcnhstra 1,
2, >; football
4; Water Pol
Librarian 3. 4


. Z. Schools-Sept.,


2; tSaseoatl
1, 2, 4;
o 0 4:


i tade


>, 4; band
etball 1, 2,


WI


lntl


aswe. r'IP


3,
-4


FABIAN FORERO

Columbia


Baseball
Ilnnms


1, 2; Basketball
1; Sotcball 1, 2.


FANNIE


MARIE


Soccer


ELDRIDGE


\ ater


Entere
Football;


3,


~a~--








MARJORIE GILDER


Cristobal,


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


La Pas 1, 2, 3; Tennis 4; Yearbook Editor;
Trade Wind; Student Council 4; Biology
Club; Jr.-Sr. Committee.


DELBERT F.


Bridgetown,
Entered C. Z. Sch<


C:A:
4r


HARRIS

Barbados
ls-Sept.. 1937


La Pas 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1,
3; Glee Club 2, 4; Good Citizenship Club
Student Council 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Baseball 3, 4.


Enter
Football
Club 2;


JACK GILDER

Cristobal, C. Z.

C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


2, 3, 4;
Dramatics


ROBERT


Basketball
4.


DALE


2, 3;


HARRIS


Entered
Photo Club


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


3, 4; La


Pas 3, 4; Biology


LOUISE

New


Entered


GORMELY

Mexico


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


2, 3;
Operetta


Carnival
2, 3;


2; Gl
Tennis


Club 1, 2,
; Volleyball


HARRY HEINTZ


Covington,


Entered


Louisiana


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


Band 1, 2, 3; Orche
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer


St


ra 1, 2; Football 1,
2, 4; Track 4; Base-
1; Glee Club I, 2, 3.
1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3.


MARGARET


RITA


GOULET


Entered


I1


,:x "~:E
I a""U:,:i,~~k


gi~;,


"


o3o


""








ARLENE I

Elyria,


Entered
Glee Club
Basketball
presentative


IOFFMAN

Ohio


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


1, 2; Soccer
1, 2; Volleyb;
1, 2; Vice P


all 1.
'reside


2; La Pa
2; Class
nt 3.


JACK


JAMES


Charlotte,


Entered


C. Z. Schools-Nov.


18, 1940


Baseball


OPAL

St.

Entered


Club
3.


WAINE HOLGERSON

Andrews, Colombia


C. Z. Schools-Sept.

1, 2, 3, 4; Sports 1,


, 1928

2; La Pas


CATHERINE JUSTICE

Jasper, Alabama


4-.- -VT
It 7


Enrlred


EM


Entered


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


ILY MAE HORI

Colon, Panama

C. Z. Schools-Scpt.


NE


Tenni.
2, 3,
Varsit
1, 2,
3,4;


s


1. 2.


4;


4; Softball
y 2, 3, 4:
3, 4: Of
Class Reprec


Soccer 1, 2: Vollevball 1,
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4:
Swimming 1, 2; Basketball
perettas 1, 2. 3: Acapella
tentative 1; Biology Club 2.


LAURENA KELLER

Washington, D. C.


Entered


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,

1, 2, 3; La Pas 2, 3;


EUGENIA


VAE


eretta


HUFF


Is 2;
Re-


7


----m


---








MABLE

Colon,


LYEW


Entered
Glee Club


ketball
Soccer
La Pas


1, 2,
1, 2;
1, 2,


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


Tennis


Volleyball


1.


.937
4; Bas-
2, 3, 4;
2, 3, 4;


3, 4; Acapella Chorus


JOHN McCUTCHEON


Los

Entered


Angeles, California

C. Z. Schools-Sept., 194


NEIL


MAGNER


Ancon


Entered


Football


C. Z. Schools-Sept.


1, 2,


Soccer


1. 2;


1928
Baseball


1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1,
4; Dand 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3; Orc
2. 3; La Pas Club 2. 3; Dramatic Club
Operetta 3; Photo Club 2, 3.


:hestra
2, 3;


THOMAS


Cosl


McGUINNESS

ta Rica


Entered
Glee Club
logy; Pres.
ball 3; Bas


Football


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


e


1, 2; Vars:ty
Junior Class:
:ball 4; Tracl


Club Pres. 3: Bio-
Football 2; Basket-


KVV',"*`
I' >0


cCARTY


1; I

>I <<4 i*


Ohio


als--Sept


t., 1937

3, 4; Thes-
Treasurer of


Swimming.


MILBURN


1, 2; Dramatics
4; Glee Club 2,


Photo


Entered


McCUNE


ippines


1, 3, 4;


3. 4:
Softball


1. 2, 3.


3, 4; Varsity


U.

'C


HOMER Mi

Cleveland

Entered C. Z. Schoc


ORVILLE


C. Z. Schools-1940


MA


kRY LAMAR

Manila, Phil


I;~BF
:X
ih


rr,,
r
, ',


"i
:


k






- ---


MARl


Charleston


VIN ODOM

, South Carolina


Entered


C. Z. Schools-Sept.


25, 1939


Baseball.


GIOCONDA

Colon, R.


Entered


PUCCI

P.


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


La Pas
Varsity


Varsity


President


LOUIS


PALMER


Colon,


Entered C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


S ~


Baseball 1,
Glee Club


4; Captain
Track 1.


Football


1, 3;


I
~~Vt~r


a.^^-^-^^^1^
^^^^^^*^*^^^^T
..^_^^^.
'I----?


JOHN

Colon


Enterc


PUCCI


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


Soccer 1.
ball 1, 2,
3; Softball


, 3; Dasketbai
', 4; Football
4; Track 1,


1, 2, 3,
2, 3, 4.


, 4; Base-
4; Tennis


JUSTINA


Panama


Entered


City


PEREZ

, Panama


C. Z. Schools-Sept.


1, 2, 3;
: Soccer


Tennis 1,
1; Softball


, 1938


2; Volleyball


HAROLD


Butler


Entered
d 1, 2
3, 4; F


ROSE


, Pennsylvania


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


2; Orchestra


! 3
footballl


KATHRYN


PHILLIPS


I


~I*







MARVIN


SALMON


t
A


Colon, R. P.


Entered


Football
1, 2, 3;
Polo 2,
Orchestra


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 2,
3, 4; Band
1, 2, 3.


EVELYN

Cristobl


Scccer 1, 2; 1
3; Baseball
1, 2; Glee



SHIRLEY

al. C. Z.


1929
Basketball
1; Water
Club 1;


4$ ^^^^
1^"VI'


Entered


C. z.


ccretary of Stud
, 4; Volleyball


ent


Schools-Sept., 1
t Council 1; La
-, 3, 4; Tennis


929
Pas
2,


Soccer


<1

x~~I
<>4
0:
YV >* <


EDITH SANDERS

Colon, R. P.

Entered C. Z. Schools-Sept., 1931
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee; La Pas 1, 2;
Biology Slub 2; Senior Commencement Com-
mittte 4.


MARION AILEEN SNYDER


Vineland


Entered C.
e Club; Bi
; Operettas.


New


Jersey


Z. Schools-Sept.,


biology


Club;


Softball


4 4>:


1937
; Volley-


LENORE


Davenport,


Entered
Gles Club






Entered


Glee
Oper
2, 3,
ball
Club


SCHICK


Iowa


C. Z: Schools-Sept.,
4; Sports 4.


IRENE STADE

Taft, California


Z. Schools-Feb.


Club 1, 2, 3,
ettas 1, 2, 3; Soo
4; Tennis 1, 2,
Captain; Vollevball
2; Acap-lla Choir


, 1937


I; La Pas 2. 3. 4;
cer 1, 2; Softball I,
3, 4; All-Star Basket-
1, 2, 3, 4; DEology


FRANK


SCOTT


3


FU WK


--rr~







JAMES

Cristoba


WALSH


in


Entered


Glee
La
I-2, 2
^ T p


C. Z. Schools-Sept.,


Club 1, 2. 3
Pas 2; Football
; Baseball 1, 2


, 4; St
1, 2,
, .


udent Council
3; Basketball


RACHEL

Brooklyn,


YOHROS


New


Entered


C. Z. Schools-


KEITH


CAMPBELL


PAT McCORMICK


Ancon


C. Z.


Fort


Sill,


Oklahoma


Entered


C. Z. Schools-1929


Entered


C. Z. Schools-Oct.


, 1940


Football
Orchestra


Soccer


3; Stock


room


Band


Glee Club


Trade


Wind


DONALD


PHILLIP


HAGGART


Fort Monroe


Entered


C. Z. Schools-July


1939


Entered C.
Trade Wind 4.


Z. Schools-Feb.


, 1941


Track


4; Water


Polo 3


PEGGY M

Chanute,


neere


[cCLEARY

Kansas


C. Z. Schools-Nov.,


Basketball
1, 2; La


volleyball


Association Trcasurer
Class Secretary 1.


1, 2;
Tennis


Swimming
1; Student


2; S. A. Secretary


York


WAYNE

Angeles,


NELLIS


California








Senior


Class


Prophecy


Sefior Prognosticum, world
incognito, friend of the Seniors,
of the Cristobal High School gra
starlit night of April, as in a
Southern Cross on a concrete I
France Field, he began:


authority on astrology, traveling
consented to foretell the futures
duates of 1941. On the cloudless,
trance, while sitting under the
bench along Colon beach facing


I see CATHERINE JUSTICE, LAURENA KELLER, MARIE
BADDERS, and KATHRYN PHILLIPS as secretaries to JOHN
CARTER, the publisher of the "Western Thriller" magazine.
LUCILLE BARON has just returned to America from one of
her most daring ventures as a foreign correspondent, and was
accompanied by BARBARA BATH, designer for Sacks 5th Avenue,
who made the trip to Europe especially to select the latest models.
FRANK BAXTER and FABIAN FORERO must be congratu-
lated for just having made the rank of first-class potato-peeler
at Camp Spud.
MADELINE BOZEMAN is running a kindergarten for the sons
and daughters of the sons and daughters of her graduating class.
The headlines read "BRUNDAGE DIGS BIG DITCH." While
a little to the right hand side of the page is "Famous woman
chemist succeeds in making the unbreakable test tube." Her
name is FRANCES DAVENPORT.
WILLIERIE CALLAWAY has just begun the much talked-
about escort bureau. The head men of Callaway's Escort Bureau
are HARRY HEINTZ and GILBERT CHASE.
KEITH CAMPBELL is Associated Press Photographer of the
Canal.
EDITH DIXON has just taken Miss Barbara Bailey's place as
Cristobal High School gym teacher.
HENRY BUTCHER and JACK BRAYTON have been reported
on the Isthmus with their exclusive three-ring circus.
FRANK CAIN is president of the American Drug Association,
ROSEMARY DIGNAM is the private secretary of Colonel
Plushbottom.
EVA JEAN DOYLE is a social worker who is now touring Tent


City, Colon. Hier brother, LEE DOYLE, has
job picking bones out of bananas for the U
RICHARD EGOLF is sports writer for
which comes out the fifth Tuesday of each
FANNIE MARIE ELDRIDGE has a fine
National Bank, but she doesn't tell.
CARL ENDER is the owner of the Palm
bound coast of Siberia.


I


L


I


been given a fulltime
united Fruit Company.
the Ghosttown Special
February.
job as the teller of the


Be


GEORGE ESTENOZ has just been elected
JERRYE GEORGE has the position as h
of the society column of the Podunk Center
the hands of the receivers.
A brother and sister enter two different n
vices. MARJORIE GILDER is a hostess on an


tach Inn on the ice-

Mayor of Colon.
ead gossip-gatherer
Herald, already in

nationall defense ser-
Army Bomber, while


I








Congressmen HERMAN, GEORGE HERMAN, filibusters on Aid
to Orphaned Rabbits in Montana.
ARLENE HOFFMAN has just won her fifth consecutive con-
test in shadow jitterbug dancing.
OPAL HOLGERSON has the most honored job on the Isthmus,
as secretary to the Mayor of Colon.
EMILY HORINE and EUGENIA HOFF are still working on
their previous jobs. Emily scientifically cans bananas for United
Fruit and Eugenia makes artificial static for the Tropical Radio.
JACK JAMES is a sharecropper on a North Carolina tobacco


farm.
General KELLY has just finished his two
volumn on the military technique on capturing th
MABEL LYEW has entered medical practice
on ailing iguanas.
NEIL MAGNER is escaping matrimony by ai
to Bombay on his journey around the world in h
sailboat, the Adventurer.
HOMER McCARTY is feature photographer for
cializes on female faces, like EVELYN SHIRLEY,
tobal High School classmates.
The society headlines of the year concern t
PEGGY McCLEARY to Musthava Ford, Jr. heir to
millions.


PATRICIA McCORMICK
Color Girl for West Point


r in the Canal
,t France Field
, has "Butch"
coconut fortur
RGINIA NAYL
vital to the


Zone 1
. JOHN
Malone
re.


OR,
Ana


pitcher,
pilot a
lawyer
on his
VI
crets


thousand page
ie opposite sex.
by specializing


extended
eighteen


trip
foot


Vogue and spe-
one of his Cris-


.he marriage of
the automobile


has accepted a permanent
. THOMAS McGUINNESS is
Vorld Series. MARY McCUN
McCUTCHEON, the famous
acquitted for not paying inc


position
the star
E is test
criminal
come tax


the second Mata Hari, lured defense se-
rticania from Admiral JAMES WALSH.


WAYNE NELLIS a Gatun lock guard, was given official
tion, recently, for discovering two spies disguised as CHS
MARVIN ODOM has just honored CHS with another
talk on: "How I Rose to Prominence."
JUSTINA PEREZ is the cedula secretary to the ]
Colon, and KATHRYN PHILLIPS has the job of modeling
Sacks.
GIOCONDA PUCCI has been chosen Carnival Quec
New Orleans Mardi Gras. JOHN PUCCI has opened the
Bazaar on Bolivar Street. with expensive prices, and
models from New York City.
HAROLD ROSE has named his new orchestra the Re
because his dad's orchestra is the Rose Buds. MARVIN
slaps the bass fiddle so hard the Humane Society is sueir
CLYDE RULEY has taken all of Finlayson's busini
Now you wait three weeks instead of three months fc
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the Rice Mansion. IRENE


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Progress


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Girl


Entered


OHS


1937-Freshman


SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES

H. H. Arts 9 Bowman B+
Spanish 10 Cresto C+
General Math Beavers B+
Gym Bailey C
English 9 Brown A-


Sophomore Year


SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES

Advanced H. H. Arts Pepoon A-
Spanish 11 Spencer B
English 10 Brown A
Biology Vinton A-
Speech Worrell B


Junior Year


SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES

Elementary Typing Patterson B
English 11 Liter A
U. S. History Evancoe A
Chemistry Vinton B+


Senior Year


SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES


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Progress


a Senior


Boy


Entered


CHS in


1937-Freshman


SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES
English 9 Brown B+
Spanish 9 Cresto B+
Algebra 9 Stickler A+
General Science Stickler A
Occupational Information Anderson B
Physical Education Seller A-


Sophomore Year

SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES
Plane Geometry Beavers A
English 10 Brown B+
Biology Vinton A
Spanish 10 Spencer A
Glee Club Jorstad A
Gym Pesco A
Algebra XI Hotz A


Junior Year

SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES
Solid Geometry Hotz A
English 11 Liter A-
Chemistry Vinton A-
U. S. History Evancoe A-
Latin 9 Moore A-
Gym Neff B+
American Problems Beck B


Senior Year

SUBJECT TEACHERS GRADES


Physics
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JAMES.
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BLACKIE

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TY JANE FOULKES.
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AARJEAN METZGER.
to ADMIRAL JAMES FUREY.
,y nothing to JAMES PESCOD.
BRENNEN.


: ears.
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ire Senior GLAMOUR
to ELVIN INGRAM.
MARION KING.
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to GABDY INGRAM.
COLLINS.
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to ADOLPH BELDEN.
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K PICADO.
GEORGIA BUTLER.
to FRANKLIN ENRIQUEZ.
ILIPA ROSALES.
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Will


MARIE


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BENJAMIN BRUNDAGE
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BARBARA BATH leaves h
FRANK BAXTER hereby N


MADELINE


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FRANK CAIN leaves JAMES CAIN
JOHN P. CARR bequeaths, "Since


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watch


bands,


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EDITH DIXON leaves her punctuality
FANNIE M. ELDR1DGE AND VIRG
ELEANOR MARQUARD AND E


RICHARD GOLF wills
EVA JEAN DOYLE lea
GEORGE ESTENOZ lea
JOHN PUCCI bequeaths
MARVIN SALMON wil
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the highest bIdder.
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ed to GEORGIA BUTLER.


the protection of the future
to carry on for the "CAINS"!
CHARLES McMILLAN is so


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hc


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to BETTY SHEA.


INIA 3s
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her most embarrassing moments
his beard to KIRT McCLEARY.
mustache to JAMES CAIN.
is love for English to JIMMY


her catalogue


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:lass president.

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DRENNAN.


all of their


MAHER.
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virtues


KEENAN.


FERNANDEZ.
ILDRED BRAIN.


FABIAN FORERO wills his "Black Eye" to ROBERT FRENCH.
JERRYE GEORGE bequeaths her "Pink Garter" lipstick to KATHLEEN HUNT.
MARJORIE GILDER and PEGGY McCLEARY leave their meanderings to GLORIA LEESER
and ARLEEN RANDALL.
JOHN GILDER leaves his Cockney accent to CLIFF JAMES.


KEITH CAMPBELL wills
EVELYN SHIRLEY leaves
ALFRED TONNESON lea
JAMES WALSH bequeaths
RACHEL YOHROS leaves
LOUISE GORMELY leave
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DELBERT HARRIS
GUNTHER.
EUGENIA HUFF w
JACK JAMES leave


RITA


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CATHERINE JUST
LAURENA KELLER
ROBERT HARRIS


NEIL MAGNER


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her braids to GEORGIA BUTLER.
yes his 'good humor" to the high
his chair in Detention Hall to M
her typewriter to DORIS DROWN


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MABLE LYEW leaves her curly lo<
MARY McCUNE wills her earrings
JUSTINA PEREZ leaves her Short
W1LLIERE CALLAWAY wills her


JOHN CARTER leaves his
FRANCES DAVENPORT
ROSEMARY DIGNAM lea
LOUIS PALMER bequeaths


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BLACKIE

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to JOSEPHINE BRENNAN.
Hotz to MARJEAN METZGER.
:ness nature to ADMIRAL JAMES FUREY.
lot and say nothing to JAMES PESCOD.


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HAROLD ROSE leaves his rt
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to the future Senior GLAMOUR
f literature to ELVIN INGRAM.


her disposition to MARION KING.
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health of knowledge to GABBY INGRAM.
hair to DERRELL COLLINS.
ately grace to RUTH BAUMBACH.
m to ELLIS COATS.


powers of persuasion to
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GIRLS


NAME WHERE FROM HOBBY NICKNAME

Gladys Anderson New York Stamps Happy Bottom
Avanell Barker Tampa. Fla. Stamps Baga
Lois Boscola San Pedro, Cal. Photography
Doris Drown Ancon, C. Z. Boat Riding Red
Doris Brundage Pelham, N. Y Reading Dot
Eula Ma: Callaway Gatun Chewing gum Sugar
Eleanor Chambless Calumet City, Ill. Stamps Bill
Ada Crandall Quantico, Va. Flirting Jinx
Barbara Dyer Washington, D. C. Banana Splits Bobbie
Irene Egglesion Colon Chewing gum Renie
Blanca Facdol Panama Writing and Reading
Audrey Frederick Cristobal Swimming Aud
Nadine Grammar Springfield, Missouri Collecting charms Peaches
Donna Hansen Nebraska
Dorothy Harrison Chicago, Illinois Dot
Kathryn Haywood Mobile, Alabama Sports Kay
Helen Herman Gatun Sue
Edna Mae Hewitt Cristobal, C. Z. iiddy
Muriel Holmelin New York City Sports
Gloria Ingram Cristobal Dancing Kid
Barbara Koperski Los Angeles, Cal. Eabs
Ellen Nicholls Vallejo, California Collecting dolls
Charlotte Nitto Bronx. New York Shots
Gladys Rubio Del Rio, Texas Flirting Cheeks
Lucille Smithies Ann Arbor, Michigan Lou
Jean Ward Colon Jeanie




SOPHOMORE BOYS


NAME WHERE FROM HOBBY NIC KNAME


rt B van
Byrd


Jose Calabria
Herbert Chena
Clarence Coats
James Coffey
Richard Cook


lloy


Albert Davenport
Robert Davis
Arthur Diaz
Elton Foster
Robert Frick
Raymond Gill
Rudy Grabhorn
Richard Green
Thomas Gregory
Wheeler Griffin
Thomas Harrison
John Haywood


Oswald
Donald
Edwin
David
Nathan
Robert


Heilbron
Hendrick
Hendry
Holmes
Hooper
Johnson


Louis Keller
Alexander Lim
Frank Lindstrom
Donald Long
William Metzger


Los Angeles,
Cristobal
Puerto Rico
Colon
Pensacola, Fla
Canal Zone
Montana
Houston. Tex
Hemp, N. C
Baltimore, M
Mobile, Ala.
Los Angeles,
Merchantville,
Colon
Washington,
Canal Zone
Cristobal
Ancon
Mobile, Ala.


Colon
Canal Zone
Glouster, N.
Knoxville, 1
Colon
Philadelphia,
Gatun
Port Armuel
Bismark, N.


as

d.


D. C.


J.
Tennessee


les
D.


Cristobal


Fishing
Golfing
Photography
Reading
Tennis
Chemistry, stamps
Fishing
Sports
Model airplanes
Stage work
Stamps
Model airplanes
Fishing
Fishing
Collection of match


Guns
Stamps
Swimming
Shell Collecting
Indian and Ancient

Electricity
Reading
Hunting
Dancing
Mechanics

Electricity


Bob
Bud
Joe
Herb
Sooky
Munuky
Dick
Daffy
Fats
Freddy


covers


Relics


Harpo
Murph
Sunny
Dick
Gorgery
C otto.I-top
Tom


Ozzie
Don


Bob
Lou
Archibol
Buzzy

Bill


Rober
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FRONT ROW: L. i
M. Justice, S.
Nebles, A. L.
SECOND ROW: L.
A. Eorntraeger,
V. Earke n.
THIRD ROW: L.
V. Christian, I
ford, M. Shca,


:o R.: R.
McConnell
Sullivan,


R.: J.
Adams,


Bozeman, G.
. V. Nobles,
M. Walters,


Sink,
Hand,


o R.: T. Rozburski, L.
Havas, M. Belden, M.
D. Raymond, D. Hearn,


Thomas, J. Welton,
A. L. Sullivan, M.
M. McCoy.


Hansen, J.
Oeschle,

Evarts, A.
Davis, S.
R. Simms


P. McFarland, E. Sullivan,
Justice, S. McConnell, V.


Dagnall, Y
L. Hunter,

Chase, M.
Marc',se. L.
, P. Snyder,


Calabria,
Patch -tt,

L;ndstrom,
Hohmann,


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Suzanne Adams
Jean Baird
Peggy EDlden
Anne Borntraegger
Ruth Bozeman


Yolanda


Calabria


Anna Chase
Virginia Christian
Janet Dagnall
Mary Davis
Louise Evarts
Harriet Falk
Florence Hand
Barbara Hansen
Panni Havas
Lois Hohmrann
Carmelita Hunter
Marian Justice
Marjorie Lindstror
Catherine Lutro
Sarita Marcuse
Shirley McConnel


Mickie McCoy
Patsy McFarlar
Gloria Miller
Virginia Noble
Irma Patchett
Francis Preslar
Doris Raymon
Theresa Rozbu
Margaret Shea
Royce Sims
Jaxie Sink
Patricia Snyder
Ada Sullivan
Elaine Sullivan
Grace Thomas
Muriel Walter
Jean Welton
Ermin Willett


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FRESHMEN
WHERE BORN


Minneapolis,
Seattle, Wash
Colon, R. P.
Staten Isand.
Ancon. C. Z.


Ponce, Puerto
Cristobal, C.
Panama
Colon, R. P.
Cristobal, C.
Georgetown,


Minn.


N. Y.

Rico
Z.


Z.
Md.


Ancon, C. Z.
St. Louis, Mo.
New London, Cow
Hungary, Kaposvar
Panama, R. P.
Albany, N. Y.
Ft. Benning, Ga.
L;smark. N. Da.
New York, N. Y.
Colon, R. P.
Canal Zone
Long Beach, Calif
Clarkstan, Wash.
Adams, Mass.
Wichita Falls, Te:


Ancon,
Delhi,


Fanama
La.


CLASS-GIRLS
FAVORITE ACTIVITY


Bowling
Tennis
Talking
Tennis
Swimming
Sports
Swimming
Swimming
Tennis
All Sports
Sports
Cooking
Shooting
Sailing
Painting
Music
Dancing
Movies


in.


cas


Washington, D. (
Fort Sill, Okla.
San Diego, Calif.
Waxhaw, N. C.
Lexington N. C.


Glauster
Denver,


, N. J.
Colorado


Ancon, C. Z.
Colon, Panama
Kingston, New Y4
Hayti Mo.. U. S.
Roberta, Kentucky


NICKNAME


Dancing
Music
Gabby
Swimming
Sports
Music
Swimming
Music
Golf
Baseball
Reading
Photography
Photography
Music
Music
Baseball
Swimming
Reading
Skating
Movies


FRESHMEN


CLASS--BOYS


Edward Aanste
Emery Ailing
Edward Augus
George Barber
Guillermo Bec
Rafael Bringas
Martin Cain
Claude Camob


Luther
Hollis
Richard
Francis


o30
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tine

dard


ell Jr.


W. Coleman
Collins
Conley
Conover


Andy Curtin
George Egger
Roger Fort
Brent Gatch
James Gilder
Thomas Girkout
Leo Goulet
Richard Gregory
John Hall
Hamric H rschel
Lionel Heintz
Stanford Henning
Conrad Horine
Peter Hulsebosch
Albert Johnson


Robert


Keenan


Cristobal,
Oklahoma
Dalhgreen,


C. Z.
City, Okla.
Virginia


Allentown, Penn.
Columbia
Panama
Colon
Morrisville, Penn
Pensacola, Fla.
Dudley, Georgia
San Diego, Calif
New Orleans, La
Willits, Calif.
Corning, N. Y.
Statrn Island, N.


Baltimore, M
Cristobal, C.
Colon, Panan
Cristobal, C.
Fort Eustice,
Cartago, Cost
Pensacola, Fla
Covington, L,
New York, I
Reading, Pa.
Colon, R. P.


1.


Radio
Foot Ball
Baseball
Music
Swimming
Basketball
Football


Aircraft,
Studying
Track
Basketball
Baseball
Foot Ball


"Stoosio
"Em"
Skinny


'Sugar


modeling


Swimming
Vocal Music


la
Z.
Va.
ta Rica


Washington, D. C.
Riverside, New Jersey


Football
Sleeping
Shooting
Sports
Bowline
Sports
Sports
Sports
Sports
Model
Meeting
Hunting
Sports


Building


people


S


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"Canvas"

*Reds"
Jonny
Junior
"Rod"
Butch
'Slim Ji
Tommy

Dick
"Bucky"
"Ham"
"*Red"
"Andy"


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Al
Bobby
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Pink
Peg
Bunnie
'"Baby"
Jolie
Nanny
Ginger

Shorty
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Bobby
Chicken
Slim
Ltre
"Liz"
Lindv
Cathie
Cita

Mickie
Pat
Glory
Ginger
"Wormy*
Sister
Buttercup
Tootsie

Monk
'Trixie
Patsy

'Sully
Gracie

Slean ie'
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. Stearns.
Brennan,


ow R.
R. Egolf.
and L.


cCune, D. Taylor,.
( Capt.), D. Har-
( Capt. ), D. Harris,
d G. Estenoz.


DOCSEP


Left to
McCo
ward,
cado,


right:
y. R.


Line--J.
Williams,
Rundquist,


Stroop.


Backfi -ld


((apt.)
Rose.


- E.
C.


James,


Pesc d
id H.


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The Rams


L. to R.-Line-K. McCleary, B. Keenan,
J. Cain, E. Ingram, B. Parker and H.
Backfield-R. Schick, J. Pucci, J. Brayson
T. Kaufer, and F. Cain.


T. Turner,
Hohan.
(Capt.),


Getting most of their material
from the intra-mural league,
the Cristobal High School var-
sity football eleven practiced
for about two weeks before their
their annual game with the
Canal Zone Junior College and
Balboa High School.
They travelled to Balboa to
play the Junior College, only to
be defeated 13-0.
A week later, the Balboa High
School invaded CHS, and the
Cristobal varsity squad hung a
12-6 defeat on the Balboaites.
After defeating the BHS team,
the Cristobal coaches, Mr. Neff
and Mr. Hotz, felt that the foot-
ball team had a very successful
season.
INTRA-MURALS
The intra-mural football lea-
gue was run off in clock-like
fashion starting September 25,
and ending November 12.


There were five teams entered this year, picked out of the 90 boys who
had signed up to play. There was an average attendance of 28 players for
each game. For the first time in several years there were no accidents ex-
cept for minor bruises to muscles.
After winning the first half with a record of 3 wins and 1 setback, the
Eight Ball eleven, under the capable leadership of Sophomore Johnny
Haywood, the first half champions went on to take the play-off from the
second half winners, the Docsep squad, who were led by Jimmy Pescod.


The play-off game was
who threw three touchdown
of the wet grounds.


featured by the passing of Captain Haywood,
passes with the wet ball that was used because


Haywood
passes to end


also repeated his passing feats by throwing
Clyde Ruley in the High School game.


touchdown


SEASON


STANDINGS*


Team
Eight Balls
Docsep
Trojans
Notre Dame
Rams


Pet.
.688
.688
.625
.438
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system
letting
Varsity
ball.
The
up of
Pescod
Pescod


I

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. S. introduced a new
for baseball this year by
no boy who made the
nine play intra-mural


Varsity team was
such players as J:
, Johnny Haywood,
, and Harry Heintz.


made
immy
Hugh


The Yanks-Baseball Champions
.eft to Right: Sitting-F. Fry, G. Bedard, J. James, K.
R. Bringas.
itanding-B. Johnson, K. McCleary, L. Palmer, H. Kelly
J. Hohan, J. Shields.


Peterson


Capt.)


Two of the boys who made
the varsity this year will not
be back next year and they are
Tommy McGuinness and Harry
Heintz, pitcher and first base-
man, respectively.
After losing eleven of their
twelve games the first half, and
getting beaten by Balboa High
School, the team came out the
second half to finish in third
place of the Twilight League.


The star
the second


Haywood,
the five g
The in
year was
with Har
ing the
Richard 2


of the
half


team
was


who helped win
ames won by the
tra-mural league
another big su
ry Kelly's Yanks
play-off game
Egolf's Cards.


luring
'hnny
3 of
team.
this
access,
tak-
from


The Cards-Baseball Runners-up
Front Row: L. to R.-R. Wiedoff, F. Baxter, R. Egolf
T. Gregory, and L. Keller.
Back Row: L. to R.-L. Conley, B. Maher, R. Justice,
and E. Davenport.


Capt.)
. Real


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Kelly's team nosed out Teddy
Kaufer's Red Sox nine for the
first half championship, with
David Hollowell's Giants finish-
ing third, and the Cards losing
every game they played to finish
last.
The Cards finally started to
win their games the second half,
but only after they had obtained
Dick Justice and Albert Daven-


port. Bef
schedule
Cards ha
to win
position.


ore the last half of the
was completed, the
d climbed to first place,


them
The


selves a
Yanks


play-off
finished








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FIRST LINE-B. Nesbitt, R. Simon,
BACK ROW: L. to R.-F, Fry,
G. Bcdard.


D. Taws, G. Herman, K. McCleary, and M. Salmon.
E. Davenport, L. Goulet, J. Brayton, J. Pucci, and


All


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Soft


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Team


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Hambelton
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to R.
to R.-N.


Girls


Marquad,
Callowa


Magner,


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M. R. Davi
H. Hauss,
Haywood, a


Ball


s, Marquad, G. Miller.
Anderson, G. Thomas.
nd B. Koperski.


All


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Basket


Ball


Team


t5 ~~ .~ ... t -r a.- -


FRONT ROW:
SECOND ROW
THIRD ROW:
LAST ROW: L.


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Front Row:
Second Row:
Last Row: L


L. to R.-R.


Davis


Salmon,


L. to R.-A. Diaz, P. Karst,


. to R.--C.


James,


and W


A. Muschett.


F. Lindstrom, J.


Nellis.


McGann


Capt.).


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Poi
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lowell, C. McMillan.


nts C. I
. Pucci,


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Hulsebe


C. Z. J.
osch, G.


C.-40
Estenoz,


E. Eder,


G. Glaze,


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FLASHES


ft to right-H. Pes-
cod, G. Bedard, R.
Simon, J. Haywood
(Capt.), D. Harris,
H. Collins, J.
Shields, and M. Pi-
cado.


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SHAMROCKS

ft to right: front
row-R. Bringas, R.
Egolf (Capt.), S.
Henning.
.ck row-H. Rose,
D. Taylor, N. Mag-
ner, and W. Nail.


RED !


SHIRTS


















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Left to
fey, J
Taw
strom,


(Capt. )


WINGS

right-J. Cof-
. Johnson, D.
e s, F. Lind-
R. Johnson


Terwilliger.


and


HARDTACKS

Left to right-A. Cur-
tin, J. James, R.
French, J. Hall
( Capt.), G. Egger,
F. Conover, D.
Long, and E. Stroop.


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DRIBBLER

to R.-D. He
well, B. Whire,
Prudom, G. GA
(Capt.), B. Mal
E. Coats, and
McCleary.


TEXANS


to R.-D. Gr
H. Kelly, E. Da
port (Capt.),
Stroop, F. Ba]
H. Heintz, and
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KNEELING:
STANDING:
Gilder,


L. to
F. Scott.


H. Kelly,
: J. Hall
- McClear


V. Kenan,
, G. Rubio
y absent.


T. F. Hotz, P.
Metzger, M~ss


McCleary
Moore,


D. Green:
A. Chase,


May


each


advisors
Student
dent, se


high


each


school


as a nom
Association


cretary,


school


class,


year,


excepting


inating (
offices.
treasurer


the
the


committeee
These nc
carry on


officers
Seniors


)mine


meet


consider
es for r


a campaign


eighth
with


grade and
he faculty


nominees


president,
before tl


vice-prest-
e elections


which are held about the first of October of the new school


year.


students


vote


a representative


each


offices.


This
dents as
their can


auditorium
successful


year,
Harry
Ipaigns


a race
Kelly,
for t


on election
candidate fc


president


Tommy


was


McGuinne


important
ay to hear
president;


office<
the


watched
.ss, and I
e. Many
returns.


Virginia


eagerly I
va Doyle
crowded


Harry


Keenan,


carried
around


Kelly


was


vice-president;


Peggy


McCleary, secretary, and Dick Green,


treasurer.


The
Hackett.


Student


Association


was


organized


1932


Roger


It has had many successful years among which may be counted


1941.









ramat


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FIRST ROW: L.
SECOND ROW:
A. Crandall.
TOP ROW: L.
Keenan, B.


to R.
L. to

to R.
Frick.


R


K. Hunt, A
.: A. Randa

Mr. B.ck,


.. Sullivan, M
ill, P. Skeels,

F. Enriquez,


4. Metzger, G.
G. Anderson,


Horine,


Ingram, R. Bozeman.
M. Belden, L. Hohmann,


E. Stapf,


M. Seibold,


The Cristobal High Schcol
was first organized in the fall
in high school dramatics.
The club elected Edith Sta


Gregory, s
The J
B. St
P. Snyder,
Cain, J.
Grammer,
Ingram, V


Dramatic Club
of 1936 for the


president;


secretary.
membership of the club is as
roop, M. Davis, G. Anderson
L. Hohmann, R. Frick, K.
Fernandez, A. Crandall, W.
E. Sullivan, S. Marcuse, J.
. Hambelton, and V. Keenan.


under the sponsorship of Mr. P. L. Beck
purpose of creating a more active interest


Marjean


follows:
M. Seibold
Hunt, E.
Knox, P.
Welton. R.


Metzger,


C. Horine,


Aanstoos,
Skeels, W
Bringas,


R.
. M
G.


vice-president;


A. Sullivan,
Bozeman, J.
[etzger, V.
Bedard, G.


and Thomas


P.
Gil
Nayl
Lee


Belden,
der, J.
or, N.
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Dyer,
Heintz


Hauss,
Hunt.


J. Gilder
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Mr. P. H.


I Cain,
D:ck.


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E. Chambless,
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H. Herman, F. Preslar,
Hand, K. Haywcod, B.


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Davis, J. Byrd.


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B. Koperski, J. Calabra.


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Coffey.
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D. Hendricks,


Ho!melin,


J. Anders
Williams,

A. Mach


\W. White,

E. Calloway,


The Biology Club
This year under 1
Durham Taylor


Hand,


was founded
:is sponsorshr
was elected


in 1934


K. W.


Vinton.


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president; William Real, vic


field tr ps.
ce-presidcnt;


Barbara


secretary.


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H. Rose
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E. Ailing. S
T. Gregory,
alters, IM. R.
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Davis, J. '9
\V. Metzger,


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k. R. Sullivan,


Mltzger,


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C. Campbell.


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E. Jorstad.


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. McMillen.


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Jorstad, M. Lyew, A. Lim, M. Considine, B.
V. Keenan.
zger, A. Randall, E. Horine, E. J. Doyle, J.
i, L. Doyle, W. Griffin, E. J. Foulkes, N.


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J. Brennan,


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Sons


Daughters,


are always


wel-


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have


many


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or an


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be a banker, a lawyer, a farmer, a businessman,
may join the Army, Navy, or the Air Force th
to defend the liberty of my peoples. I have
Travel as much as you please, write as you pleas
please; and if you find the going hard, if you


e or creed. You may
or a tradesman. You
at I have constructed
a great country here.
e, and worship as you
find that you cannot


provide yourself with food or shelter I will care for you as best I can.


"The history of my country reads as
ago, a small band of people took up arm
with tyranny and greed. They resurrected
a government which would be an ageless
people. Under that government, the Unit
and prospered, staggered, but did not fall


. Then
national


climbed ai
splendor.


rises a symbol of
a tall elderly man
my back unbent,
directed toward a
combat illiteracy a


ascending to
out of this


unity in
with a
my eyes
boundle


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a free country
white flowing
mindful of tl


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disease.


future.


want


a


storybook,


many


years


jS


s against a government toul
a new nation and installed
i dream come true to many
ed States of America spread
in a bitter fight against it-
lew and unparalleled heights
industrial giant of a nation
. Though I am pictured as
beard, my spirit is young,
he present by being always
have created institutions to
y people to believe in God


good to one another.


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ments that take
and feed mighty
dare to ask for


"I desire
a turbulent w
words. Now
American ind
the workings
of destruction


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strugg]
should
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new era, my policies are being questioned
away the liberties of their own people
r war machines that devastate inoffensive
their liberty.


to be a mighty man of
'orld my righteous anger
the world can see my ]
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of a godless people in c
<.


[am forging a
ling against the
like to appear
T a n' ot C' 4 f e


peace an
demands
might as
in gigant
harge of


by govern-
to construct
nations that


id righteousness, but in
actions to enforce my
I speed the wheels of
ic efforts to counteract
conscienceless machines


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ruthless warfare of dictatorial gove
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M. McCune


D. D


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to R.: S.


Marcuse


Willet, J.

P. Havis,


Ward


Walters.


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L. Hohmann.
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G. Rubio.


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topics


among


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come


to the


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conclusion


victims


in analyzing this sad
that I will be well


disclose


state of affairs and


rewarded


secret.


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actions, an
years. This


i should
thoughts


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become


who


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days of


immediately


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teachers,
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level,


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stand.


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four:


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