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our old friend and new principal, Dr. LU


we dedicate the Caribbean.


Hugh SticklEr,


For many years he has had


our respect and admiration for his excellent teaching of science.


new


position,


been


our


staunch


Friend


wise


counselor.


Dr. STICKLER AT HIS DESK


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R. L. CLARK
Woodworking


JOSEPHINE BANICHAR
Physical Educanon for Grls


THEO F. HOTZ


Mathematics
Counselor
Junior Class
Aeronautics
Physics


HALLIE


BEAVERS


CLIFFORD


Mathematics
Cafeteria Cashier
Co-Sponsor of Student
Association


Sponsor


A. HAUBERG


History
Sponsor Student Asso-
ciation


Sponsor


Victory Corps


CLAUDE


M. AYCOCK


SpanmI,
English
Dramotics


PAUL L. BECK
U. S, History
American Problems


Sponsor


Thespians


Sponsor Dramatics


JEANNE BROWN


English
Librarian


PAUL J. EVANCOE
English
Public Speaking
Sponsor Senior Class


SOPHIE D. McLIMANS


Household Arts
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Latin
French
Spanish
Adviser
Sponsor


Student Council
Honor Society


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GIBSON


PHYLLIS


Metal shop
Auto Mechanics
Mechanical Drawing


MARY


WORRELL


Spanish
Sponsor,


KENNETH


SPENCER


La Pas


CARL MAEDL


Club


W. VINTON


Riology
Chemistry
OccupatIonaI Information
General Science


HELEN T PATTFRSON


BESS McVEY
Enghsh, Jou
Junior Clas
Co Sponsor


EDITH RATACZAK


Instrumental


Vocal Music


Music


Speech


Physics
Chemistry
Riology
Photo Club


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Editor


TOMMY


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ports Editor


TOMMY GREG


Exchange


Editors


.DONNA HANSEN


and BARBARA


DYER


Business Manager

General

Blanca Facdol


Linda Appin


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Reporters and Typists

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Glad


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Makeup Editors.


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Rewrite Editors


Business Mono


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FONTAINE
ACK BAIN

HEILBRON


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and LINDA


Business Manager.


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Business S


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Student


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The Cristobal Student


Association


was born in the year 1933


and is the most democratic agency in our school. It is composed of


two reDresenfatives


each class, president,


vice-president,


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tary, and treasurer. The last four officers are elected by the popular
vote of the pupils of Cristobal High School.
This group helps to make the rules which regulate the school
activities, and they bring before the student body new ideas for
the betterment of the school.
This year ihey have had an especially hard job. They have had
to turn into magicians to get money out of the hat because the
treasury was very much depleted. The school's population has
shrunken to less than one half of its former size. Thus, the dues of
the organization have decreased materially, and at first it seemed
that many activities would have to be curtailed. In spite of this the
Student Association has been able to sponsor class picnics,
operetta, "Trade Wind", the yearbook "Caribbean", Christmas
Pageant, Upper-Classmen Banquet, Athletic events, class dances,
Scrap Iron Ball, Music Festival, and High School Plays.
The Student Association owes much to the advice and guidance
of its sponsors, Mr. Hauberg and Miss Beavers.
The Students who have helped to direct the destinies of the
school this year are: Tommy Gregory, President/ Ada Lee Sullivan,
Vice-President, Rose Marie Kenny, Secretary; Gladys Rubio,
Treasurer; Donna Hansen and Alfred Muschett, and Jack Dovel,
Senior Representatives; Mickie McCoy and Oscar Bilyeu, Junior
Representatives; Joy Randall and Charles McGinn, Sophomore
Representatives, and Jean Kuller and Kenneth Campbell, Fresh-
man Representatives.
The Student Council had handled $650 in ticket-money and had
made a profit of $200 before the play "Seven Keys to Baldpate,"
was produced. That play netted a tidy sum to help defray the


expenses


of the


year.


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How


Well


&We


Remember


Our first day in High School


"brawl"


the opening dance


the Freshman initiation
lines at the fountains


"No talking in the


library


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elections


Mr. Rice


Class meetings


the Christmas Pageants


music festivals


Spreading


he News, Growing Pains,


Oh, Doctor,


Valiant, Skidding,


Ever Since Eve, Hats Off


cheering the team to victory


majorette


La Pas initiation


trips to Balboa


Varsity


Club Barn Dance


taking class pictures


Beck's


study (?)


halls


when the b


wore ties


little pink passes


stuffed lockers
Navy students
ing rainy season
in the hearse
Senior picnic


halls


stampedes to the cafeteria


our new principal,
moron jokes


aeronautics


practice


"Macbeth


air-raids


Dr. Stickler
the


oss of Army and
being late dur-


Pep Squad


rides


cokes at the Clubby


wild


dashes


Scrap


through
Trade


Winds
Mable


health


class


"love


the Victory Corps


Society induction


semester


exams


squeaky huaraches


affairs


he gas-mask dril


death


Honor


the Thespian Club


Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom


Graduation Exercises











Officers


President


Vice President...EULA CALLA


JAMES WANIO


WAY


Secretary...BARBARA DYER


Treasurer...LESLIE MA


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WILLIAM NALL


Academic


Wichita, Kansas


Tennis 1 ;
rations foi


Football
r Senior


Softball 3; Vo
nee 4; Victory


unteer
Corps


my friend, and teach


LINDA


APPIN


Fireman 4; Chairman of
4.

me to be thine!"


Deco-


General


Colon, Republic of Panama


lee CI
"Cari


ub 1; Dramatic Club 1
bbean" staff 4i Victor


; La P. /
y Corps


S. Club 3-4;


"Trade Wind"


"May
Your


joy be as deep as the
ble as light as its foam.


ocean,
>


LOUIS KELLER


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Victory


Volunteer


Fire-Fighter 4.


a better man


was found by the


Crier


on his round.


ROBERT


JOHNSON


General


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Football 2-3-4;
Club 2-3-4; Dra


Baseball 9
matic Club


-4; Basketball
Track 4; Vol


2-3-4
unteer


, Softball 2-3-
Fire-Fighter 4;


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GLADYS RUBIO


Academic


Bluefields, Nicaragua


Secretary of
dent of Stuc
Student Cou
Wind" staff


"For


Freshman
lent Coun
ncil 2; Gle
4; "Carib


Class 1; Soph
cil 3; Treasure
>e Club 1-2-3;
i /t


bean


men may come


staff 4;


more Representative


r of Student
La P. A. S. 3
Orchestra 1


men may go,


Vice-presi-


Council 4; Secre
-; Biology Club 2;
; Victory Corps 4.


tary of
"Trade


on forever


THOMAS GREGORY


Colon, Republic of Panama


Academic


2iys


Basketball
Students'


I 2-4; Baseball
Advisory Counc
; Biology Club 2;


nior-Senior Banquet


peretta


3, Victory


"A little
I didn


3-4; Football


I 4; Band
Volunteer


1-2-3-4;


Softball
Dramatic


Fireman 4; Junior


Committee 3; Student
orps 4; "Trade Wind" st


e wit had pleased me m
t come to learn, I came


off


ssociati
4; "Ca


3-4i Track 3-4;
Club 1-2; Thes-
:lass President 3;
on President 4;
ribbean" staff 4;


ore by half,
to laugh."


AVANELL BARKER


Academic


Tampa, Florida


Dramatic
2; Opere
Society S


"When


Club 1-2-3; Thespians
3tta 2-4; Victory Corps
secretary 1.


a man loves the beautiful,


La P. A
ketball


S. 4; Tennis
-4; Literary


he desire? That the beautiful


BELDEN


DAVIS


General


Nettleton, Mississippi


Football 3-4;


Swimming


4; Baseball


3-4; Softball 4;


Victory Corps 4.


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ARTHUR DIAZ


General


San Juan, Puerto Rico


Manager
Vice-Presi
Fighters 4;


"B" League Sports 3-4; Dramatic Club 1; Thespians 1
dent and Acting President 4; Sophomore Vice-President
Victory Corps 4.


I have drunken deep with
And I shall taste no other


JACK DOVEL, Jr.


Academic


Woodbury, New Jersey


Swimming 4; "Hi
Fireman 4; Student


2-3;
ncil 2-


Dramatic
4; Senior


Club
Dance


Thespian 4i
mittee 4;Victo


Volunteer
ry Corps 4.


"Rejoice in thy youth, rejoice
in thy fresh growth, and in th
young life that is within thee.


BARBARA DYER


Academic


Washington, D.


Cheer Leader
change Editor 4;


4; "C
Victo


aribbean"
ry Corps 4.


Make-up Editor 4;


"Tradewind"


"She is pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk with."


BLANCA FACDOL


Academic


Panama, Republic of Panama


Orchestra


1-2-3;


Basketball


1; Soccer 1; V


1-2; Tennis
victory Corps


1-2; Softball 1
4; "Tradewind


leyball
'Carib-


1-2-3, Archery


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GLORIA INGRAM


General


Colon, Republic of Panama


'olleyball 3-4; Student Representative
; Glee Club 1-2-4; Victory Corps 4.


"With rosy cheeks and fla
And sparkling eyes and


ERNEST TERRY


1-3; Dramatic Club 1; La P.


pearls.


General


Southampton, New York


Football 4


; Victory


"Once


a thousand


A perfect character


RUSSELL PERRY


years
appears.


Academic


r 'C


Hammond, Indiana


Softball 4; Baseball 4; V
dent of Inter-Amencan D
Club 4.


Victory
iscussi


Corps
on Gro


auxiliary Fireman
: Dramatic Club


Vice-Presi-
4; Thespian


"Oh, the freshness, the honesty, the


vigor


s heart!"


CLARA


JILLSON


Academic


Colton, California


Drill T
Editor
4; Op


eam 1-2; Baseball 3-4;
4; "Caribbean" Editor
eretta 3.


Latin Club
4; Archery


Basketball 4;
lee Club 3-4;


"Tradewind"


Victory


Corps


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JOSE CALABRIA


Academic


San Juan, Puerto Rico


Vice-President


Honor


Society


4; Biology Club


2; Victory


"'Ill do the
While I he


best that I


power


may do
to stand.


ANNA HAVAS


Academic


Kaposvor, Hungary


"Her fac
A meeti


A. S. 2-3-4; Dran


3 is like the Milky
ng of gentle lights


natic Club 4;


Way in
without


Victory


the sky,
t name.


JULIO WONG


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Student
3-4, Sec
America
Math CI
Business


Adviso
:retary
n Discu
ub 3,


ry Council 4; Victory Corps
4; Photo Club Treasurer 3;
ssion Club President 4; Biolo
"Caribbean" and "Tradewin


manager


Volunteer


Fireman 4


4; Nation
La P. A.
>av Club S


Honor


Society


1-2-3-4; Latin-
Vice President


Photographer,


Assistant


*


"A scholar


knows


nothing of


boredom.


DONNA HANSEN


General


Norfolk, Nebraska


Glee Club 1; Chorus
National Honor Socik
Representative 4; "Tra
Editor 4; Varsity Club


1;
ety
de


Girl Reserves 1; V
{; Cheer Leader 4;
,ind" Exchange Edit


4; Victory


volleyball 4; La I
Student Council
or 4, "Caribbean


A. S. 4;
-, Student
Make-up


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EULA MAE


CALLAWAY


General


Ancon, Canal


Zone


Cheer Leader 1; Vice
Treasurer of Class 2;
Volleyball 4; Biology


"After
she


-President
Vice-Presi
2; Victory


of Class
dent an
Corps 4


man came woman
has been after hi


Glee
Acting


Club 1-2-4
President


; Secret
of Class


im ever since.


JAMES COFFEY


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Football
Track 3-


-4; Biology Club
Basketball 4.


2; Victory


wit, in the combat


carried


a heart-stc


Corps 4



t, as ge
iln awa


; Baseball


Softball


bright,
blade.


DORIS BROWN


Academic


Ancon, Canal


Zone


victory
:Club


cannot


wither her,


4; Latin Ar



nor custom


merican


Discussion


Club 4


stale her infinite variety.


LESLIE MAYBERRY


Academic


Farmington, Missouri


Football 3-4; Basketball
4; Treasurer of Class 4;


V


4; Track
victory Cc


4; Baseball 4; Softball 4; Dramahtc Club
orps 4.


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HELEN HERMAN


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Basketball


"Helen, thy I
Like those '


2; Victory


beauty
Nicean


FRANK LINDSTROM


General


Bismark, North Dakota


Football


4; Victory


Corps 4.


"He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall


never


retreat.


LUCILE SMITHIES


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Band 1-2;


Orchestra


Softball 1


; Biology Club


2; Victory


merry


as the day


is long.


HERBERT


CHENALLOY


General


Colon, Republic of Panama


Victory Co


1 f -


yore.


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ERNEST PRUDHOM


Vocational


C~


Ancon, Canal Zone


Football
Victory


3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4;


Track


Basketball


3-4; Fire Fighters 4;


am as
Ere the


ree as nature
base laws of


's first made man


servitude


began


WILBUR


WHITE, Jr.


General


Pottsville, Pennsylvania


itball 3-4
; Softball


-4; Math. Club
Track 3.


3; Victory


4; Baseball


"This above


to thine own self be


RAYMOND GILL


General


Merchantville, New Jersey


" 1-2;
isketba


Football 1
II 2-3-4; V


-2-3-4;


Baseball


Track


3; Softball


victory Corps 4.


"Let that bright flame of youth burn


orever


never


let it die.


WILLIAM METZGER


Academic


Panama, Republic of Panama


Band
Honor


1-2-3;
Snriet


Orchestra
v 3-4: Vic


1-2-3-4;


tory


Club 1-2;


Photo Club


National


CorDs 4.


true.


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STEWART SETHER


Academic


Brooklyn, New York


Victory Corps 4


"An affable and courteous


gentleman.


LORELLE FONTAINE


Academic


Woodbury, New Jersey


Club 4; Victory


Club 4; French Club


La P. A. S. 3-4;


Basketball 4.


"Oh, the world's running


over with


NATHAN HOOPER


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Photo Club
grapher 4;


S9-3;
Swim


"I
If


m


Victor
ing 4;


Water


s 4; Math
Polo 2; A


"Caribbean


remain


Photo-


laugh, for hope hath happy place with
my bark sinks, 'tis to another sea.


LEO WILKES


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Fire Fighter 4; Biology


Victo


ry Corps


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ELTON


-taf


General


FOSTER


Mobile, Alabama


Football 4; Photo Club


"Give
give


GEORGE STUMPF


2-3; Victory


me interminable eyes-giv
me comrades and lovers by


. women-
thousand!"


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General


-^ar


Colon, Republic of Panama


Swimming


3; Victory


"I make th
And the


st of all
of all th


Ii comes,
goes.


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ALFRED MUSCHETT


General


Colon, Republic of Panama


Football 3;
League Mai
1-2; Thespia


epresen


tati


Dramatic Club
nager 3-4; Jun
n Society 1-2-3
ve 4; Secretary


1; Water
ior-Senior
-4; Band 1
of Class 3


Polo 2;


Orchestra


Banquet Committee 3
-2-3-4, La P. A. S. CI
; Class Representative


Ar
A <>2 .f
4tjr SA -


man is man and


master


of his fate."


~e a


ROBERT PARKER


General


Colon, Republic of Panama


Football 4; Track


3-4; Victory


Corps 4.


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DONALD HENDRICK, Jr.


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Orchestra 1-2-3-4
tary 3; Swimming
Polo 1-2; Victory


t; Band
1-2; Gc
Corps t


1-2-3;
lf team


*e Club 1
Math. CI


Photo
3; Bio


Secre-
Water


rt learn
ut 'tis a


fountain it is sweet
er privilege to thin


to drink,
k"


ALEXANDER LIM


Vocational


Bocas del Toro, Republic of Panama


Football
Biology
Corps 4


Softball 3; La P.
b 2; Math. Club


1-2-3-4,
imming 2;


)resident
Volunteer


4; Glee C
>r Fireman


"Joking decide
Stronger and


es grec
better


2


t things,
oft than


earnest


OSWALD HEILBRON, Jr.


Academic




Colon, Republic of Panama


Volunteer Fire
4; Business Mc
Senior Dance


"A man he


Fighter 4; Latin
naaer "Caribbe


Committee 4.


seems


cheerfi


American Di
'an" 4; "TraO



ul yesterdays


scussion
dewind


and confident


victory Co'
Manager


tomorrows.


JEAN WARD


General


Colon, Republic of Panama


La P. A.


S. Club 3-4;


.I. JJ


Vice President


3; Victory


can.


a


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JAMES WAINIO


General


Ancon, Canal


Zone


resident
swimming


f Class
-2; Foo


2-4; Baseball
tball 3-4; Track


1-2-4; Softball 1-2-3;
3; Victory Corps 4.


Basketball


viay you iive
And have all


as you like;
as long as you


ELEANOR CHAMBLESS


Academic


Calumet City, Illinois


Club 1; Band 2-3-4; La P.
ty 3-4, President 4; Inter-
'ommittee 4; Junior-Senic


3-4; Biology


American Dis
)r Banquet 3,


;cussio


National
4; Student


Honor
Advi-


more to
cunning


her than gold
land and cultu


BARBARA KOPERSKI


General


Los Angeles, California


Operetta
Victory Corps


1-2-3-4;


1-2-3-4


; Volleyball


2-3-4


La P. A. S.


eyes are


dearer


Than those that mock
The hyacinth bel


JACK BAIN


Academic


Ancon, Canal


Zone


Club 1-2; Tennis 1; "Tradewind
ce Committee 4; Class Night Coi
ior Commencement Committee 4.


" Staff 4;
nmittee 4;


'Caribbean
Class Presen


Staff 4; Senior
t Committee 4,


sory


'Dark


Art
Dan
Sen


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JESSE


LEE BYRD, Jr.


Academic


Colon, Republic of Panama


Swimming


Golf 1-2-3-4,


Victory


4; Operetta


"Perseverance
And patience


meed,
i race.


GLORIA


COULTHARD


General


Panama, Republic of Panama


Band 1-2-3-4;


"I think that
A tree as I


Vicotry


I never sc<
as a man.


JOHN HAYWOOD


General


Mobile, Alabama


Soccer 1;
Basketball


otball
-2-3-4


-4; Softball 3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4;
ory Corps 4.


1-2-3-4;


"And looks


For he


owes


whole world


man.


the face,


MURIEL


HOLMELIN


General


New York City, New York


Volleyball
1-2-3-4; V
Corps 4.


2-3-4, Bas
varsityy Club


ketball 3-4; Softbal
3-4; Dramatic Club


Archery 3-4,
Biology Club




















Absent


Seniors)


Colon, Republic


of Panama


Baseball 4


Basketball


La P


2-3-4


, Biology


ennis


"Write


me as one who loves his fellow


MILTON McCOY


Vocational


Long Beach, California


Football


2-3-4


4; Auxiliary


Fireman 4


, Victory


Come c
On the


2nd trip
light fa


It as ye go,
ntastic toe.


RAYMOND SIMONS


General


man.









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on


Seniors


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President
Vice President

Secretary-Treasurer


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EDWARD AANSTOOS
. MARTIN CAIN

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Class


43


JAMES KANE
MARGARET BELDEN
DONALD NORTHRUP
MARTIN CAIN
JEAN SMITH


MARY M. DAVIS
OSCAR BILYEU
ANITA MARGULIS
ALEXANDER TAYLOR
JAMES KELLY


ROGER FORT
ROBERT TURNER
CONRAD HORINE
JOHN HALL
IRMA PATCHETT


MARJORIE LINDSTROM
ROBERT KEENAN
ERMINE WILLETT
EUSEBIO LEE
FRED WHIPPLE


HOLLIS COLLINS
VEDAS BARKER
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President ..... BERT ST. GERMAIN


OFFICERS


Vice President ... EDMOND WACHTEL


Secretary


..... MARY WHITE


Treasurer


WANDA HARRINGTON


Student Association Representatives


... JOY RANDALL, CHARLES McGINN


Sophomores


BOYS


CHARLES ARNOLD
ROY ATWOOD
THEODORE BROWN
STARFORD CHURCHILL
RICHARD CONOVER
MARLIN CULPEPPER
MALCOLM DEL VALLE
WILLIAM FISHER
PATRICK GORMELY
EUGENE GREGG
HUGH HALE
CHARLES HANNA
JOHN HANSON


RICHARD HASKELL
EDDIE HOLGERSON
JACK KEANE
MARTIN KENDZIOREK
PAUL KINNEY
ROY KNOOP
BENJAMIN KULLER
ALVIN LIM
GEORGE MAHER
CHARLES McGINN
GARVYN MOUMBLOW
DONALD NALL


JOHN


O'BRIEN


JOHN REILLY
HOWARTH ROWE


DANKWART SANDER
ALFRED SIMONSON


BERT ST. GERMAIN
EDMOND WACHTEL


MAX WEICH
ROBERT WOOD


GIRLS
GLORIA ASKOFF
ORELIA AUSTIN
MARGARET BAGGOTT
YOLANDA CALABRIA
ETHEL COULTER
JANIE SUE FAHNESTOCK
KATHRYN GATES
MILDRED GILL
MARGARET GOODWILL
WANDA HARRINGTON
DONNA HARROD
CHARLEEN HELLUMS
CAROL HENDRICK
MELIDA HOWARD


JESSIE HUNT
BARBARA JOHNSON
ROSE MARIE KENNY
LOIS KRIDLE
ANGELICA LIM
JOAN MILLSPAUGH
JEAN MULLENOX
BARBARA NOBLES
JEAN O'HAYER
NADINE PRIMMER
JOY RANDALL
LOIS STAPF
NORINE TERRY
MARY WHITE
ERIKA ZITZEWITZ


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OFFICERS


President ....
Secretary ....


Student


GAY


THOMAS


ELEANOR WILLIA


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Vice President ...
MS Treasurer
JEANNE KULLER,


CHARLES THOMAS


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CABELL AKIN
Mac GONIGLE BRANDL
CARL BRUNNER
CLYDE CAMPBELL
KENNETH CAMPBELL


WILLIAM


CASSWELL


HAROLD COLLINS
ROBERT COULTHARD
FRANK DIERS
NOEL GIBSON
STEPHEN GRACIE
FRANK HEITE
FRED HILL
DONALD HOFFMAN
PASCUALINO ROSANIA


EDWARD


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JOHN KINNEY
JOHN KUTCH
EDWARD LONDON
KENNETH LOWE


ALFRED


MAALE


KARL MASTERS
DONALD McKAY


ROGER


MORRISON


RICHARD PAINE
WILLIAM PRETTY
HERBERT ROBINSON


FRANCISCO


ROSALES


GUSTAVO ROSANIA
LLCIEN SKFFIS
NORMAN SLADE


JOSEPH
ROBERT


SMITH


SNELLINC


JOHN


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Ti !OMAS


GAY THOMAS


JAMES


WILLIAM WALL


TROUT


GIRLS

MARIE ARICK
DORIT BERGER
ARDITH ANNE BOYLE


CAROLINA


BRINGS


ALICE CAIN
ROSITA CZERNIK
LOIS FONTAINE
NANCY GILDER
BETTY GRANDSTAFF
VETABELLE HATCHET
LOIS HOUSEHOLDER
JOYCE JOHNSON
JEAN KANE
AGNES KEANE
BEllY KUHRT
NORMA JEAN KULLER
MARY LEACH


CAROLYN MAGNER
HELENE MARSH
MARILYN METZGER
PHYLLIS MICKELWRIGHT
ADDA LYNN NALL
PHYLLIS PARKER
FRANCES PEDERSON


BARBARA


PRIMMER


THELMA PUCCI
PAULINE SCHRIFTGIESSER
FDITH SHARPE
HELEN STADE
DOROTHY SUMMERS
JEAN TAYLOR
THELMA THOMAS
BERNICE WEST
NANCY WHITE
ELEANOR WILLIAMS


SHIRLEY


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JORSTAD


ELEMENTARY


GLEE


CLUB


MARIE ARICK
GLORIA ASKOFF
PEGGY BAGGOTT
CAROLINA BRINGAS
ALICE CAIN
JOAN CARDONE
ROSITA CZERNIK
NANCY GILDER
MELIDA HOWARD
JEAN KANE
AGNES KEANE
NORMA KULLER
BETTY KUHRT


MARY LEACH
ANGELICA LIM
CAROLYN MAGNER
HELENE MARSH
JOAN MILLSPAUGH
ADA NALL
JEAN O'HAYER
PHYLLIS PARKER
THELMA PUCCI
JOY RANDALL
PAULINE SCHRIFTGIE
EDITH SHARPE
HELEN STADE
IEAN TAYLOR
THELMA THOMAS
BERNICE WEST


SSER


TEDDY BROWN
ED HOLGERSON
WILLIAM FISHER
ROY KNOOP
BENNY KULLER
CHARLES McGINN
GARVIN MOUMBLOW
DONALD NALL
JOHN O'BRIEN
JACK REILLY
BOB SNELLINGS
GERALD STROOP
EDMUND WACHTEL
MAX WEICH
ROBERT WOOD


ADVANCED GLEE
AVANELL BARKER
VEDAS BARKER
PEGGY BELDEN
EULA MAE CALLAWAY
ANNA CHASE
VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN
JANET DAGNALL
LORELLE FONTAINE
BITSY GATES
MURIEL HOLMELIN
GLORIA INGRAM
CLARA JILLSON
PATRICIA KENNEDY
LOIS KRIDLE
MARJORIE LINDSTROM
ANITA MARGULIS
BARBARA NOBLES
VIRGINIA NOBLES
NADINE PRIMMER
PAT SNYDER
LOIS STAPF
ADA LEE SULLIVAN
ELAINE SULLIVAN
GRACE THOMAS
ERMINE WILLETT
MARGARET WILLIAMS
ERIKA ZITZEWITZ
CHARLES ARNOLD
JESSE BYRD
WILLIAM FISHER
ROGER FORT
CONRAD HORINE
ROBERT JOHNSON
DONALD LONG
CHARLES McGINN
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MUSIC



BAND
MARIE ARICK
CHARLES ARNOLD
GEORGE BARBER
OSCAR BILYEU
TEDDY BROWN
CLAUDE CAMPBELL
MARLIN CULPEPPER
WILLIAM FISHER
-NOEL GIBSON
PAT GORMELY
EUGENE GREGG
THOMAS GREGORY
HUGH HALE

GAY THOMAS
SE TCHARLES THOMAS
CONRAD HORINE
JOYCE JOHNSON

: CAROLYLNE MAGNER
r MICKIE McCOY
.. GARVIN MOUMBLOW
ALFRED MUSCHETT
WILLIAM WALL
RICHARD PAINE
,. JACK REILLY
S...NORMAN SLADE
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ORCHESTRA

TEDDY BROWN
KENNETH CAMPBELL
FRANK DIERS
SUSIE FAHNESTOCK ,
WILLIAM FISHER
PAT GORMELLY ,
TOMMY GREGORY
FRANK HIEITE
CAROL HENDRICK
DONALD HENDRICK
JOYCE JOHNSON
AIRLINE LINCOLN '
TED LONDON
SHIRLEY McCONNELL
CHARLES McGINN
MARILYN METZGER
WILLIAM METZGER ,
ROGER MORRISON "
GARVIN MOUMBLOW
RICHARD PAINE
ROBERT ROSANIA
ROBERT SULLIVAN
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At the beginning of the year the Student Association decided wholeheartedly
to jo:n and support the Nationwide wartime Victory Corps.
Any student enrolled in a secondary school who meets certain requirements may
be accepted for general membership of the Victory Corps. As a general member
he may join a special division offered at CHS:
Air Service Division
Land Service Division
Sea Service Division


Production Service D
Community Service D


vision
vision


This new organization has been the center of activity for 1943.


highly su


access


rap Iron Ball given in February started the Victory Corps


with a bang and netted 10 tons of scrap for the


war effort.


In February, too, approximately 40,000 magazines were collected for the
Armed Forces. An all-high total for one day's work was 15,000 magazines.


In March, a Victory


orps radio program was given over the local radio sta-


tion for the National Red Cross Society. (The beautiful music was furnished by Mr.
Jorstad's advanced glee club, and the excellent talks by Mr. Evancoe's speech
class.)
The Annual Music Festival was given this year with the Victory Corps in full
charge of all arrangements and selling of War Savings Stamps and Bonds. This April
activity brought in a total sale of over $10,000 worth of Stamps and Bonds.


Students who have


become greatly interested in the work have organized


such volunteer groups as Victory Artists, Typists, an Usher Corps, and Messenger
Service.


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First row-Shirley McConnel,
Second row-Bill Metzger, El


Julio Wong. Third row-Miss
(Not pictured, Jose Calabria.)


National L


Jack Schulie, Janet Dagnall.
eanor Chambless, Donna Hansen,


Liter, Mr


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Jorstad, Miss Moore,



Society


This spring marks the first anniversary


he Caribbean


chapter of the


National


Honor


Soci


in CHS.


holarship


very


high award


Character
s granted c


Lead


twice


year


ership


Service


hose deserving and out-


standing students of the


school


Five percent


second


semester


juniors


Fifteen


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seniors


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ROBERT
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GREGORY


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WANDA


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Secretary and Treasurer


The spin


FREDDIE MUSCHF I


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Vice President


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DRAMATIC


CLUB


MEMBERS


GLORIA ASKOFF
JESSE BYRD
KENNETH CAMPBELL
BERT ST. GERMAIN
JIMMY GILDER
ANNA HAVAS
FRANK HEITE
DONALD HOFFMAN
EDDIE HOLGERSON
MURIEL HOLMELIN
CONRAD HORINE
LOIS HOUSEHOLDER
ARTHUR HUNT
ROBERT JORDAN
MARTIN KENDZIOREK
MICKIE McCOY


ANITA


MARGULIS


BILL METZGER
MARILYN METZGER
JOHN O'BRIEN
IRMA PATCHETT
WILLIAM PRETTY
JOY RANDALL
PAULINE SHRIFTGIESSER
LOIS STAPF
JIM TROUT
RUSS PERRY


een ab


jt the help o
to produce s


'Drama


successful


Club


rFormances as


esplans


were put


would not have


on during


school


year.


"Ever


nce


"Antic Spring,
to Baldpate,"


EvL
and


were


a three-act


"Wonder Hat,
the productions


play,
' and
of this


three one-act
another three-


plays "
act play


Widow


"The


ven Keys


year.


The aim of every go


od dramatic


club me


mber is


o be promoted to the honor o


being a


Thespian.

Thespians


are a national organization and CH


is proud


a have


troupes


school


SO WHAT?


MAN TO MAN


THE GANG'


ALL HERE ..


one


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DUCT


"Ever Since Eve


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The La Pas Club is a moving Factor in promoting the good-neighbor policy
between the United States and the Republic of Panama. This organization is made


up of students with a B" or better average in Spanish, and with this interest in
the language is coupled further practice in speaking Spanish and the association
with officials From the Republic.


The students shown here with their sponsor, Mrs. Phyllis Spencer, are
Front row: Alex Lim, Ethel Coulter, Peggy Baggott, Elaine Sullivan, Alvin Lim.
Second row: Lorelle Fontaine, Eddie Aanstoos, Anna Marie Chase, Mariorie
Lindstrom, Ermine Willett, Eleanor Chambless.
Standling, left to right: Susie Fahnestock, Charleen Hellums, Jim Gilder, Carl
Brunner, Frances Conover, William Pretto, Martin Kenziorek, Bobby Sullivan, Julio
Wong, Claude Campbell, Jack Shulte.
Other members of the Club were not present on the day the picture was taken.















The


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Clou ds


row


Blacker


Long before Pearl Harbor, the students and teachers


of Cristobal High School


faced the fact that our country


would soon


enter this global


conflict and that our


part in the most terrible of all


wars wo


uld be


important. When th


th of December


1941 came, a tense and somewhat


subdued student body Filed into


classrooms to


face unsmiling teachers,


who realized that, but for the grace of God, a


seco


nd Pearl


Harbor might have been enacted here.


The weeks passed. The tenseness gave


way


to an almost feverish activity in Ci


ian Defense and Red Cross


ones


work--in curriculum changes-new courses added,


dropped. Sandbags were filled, air-raid drills began, the enrollment dropped.


With the beginning of this sch


ear, a much


shrunken student body returned


to classes


behind the barricade and sch


"kept


much as usual,


on the


surface


things.


ame the


representat


lives o


Army to instruct students in the use


of gas


masks. Came


local fire chiefs to train boys for fire fighters. Came radical changes


in instruction: The facult
with their Aeronautics


was reduced; boys talked


course; girls appeared


of "Link Trainers


in overall


in connection


s, proud to belong to the


small feminine contingent in Auto-Mechanics; Household Arts


students spoke learn-


edly on


"using left-overs


''" for tomorrow's dinner, and making a dress out of


scraps


of goods;


" the Airplane


Club displayed


its models and proudly


wore their new


insignia; Physics became Electricity; and the


quiet was disturbed by the


Morse Code


coming from the class in Radio.


By the spring of '43 the war


was so


much a part


it was an accepted item in the daily fare. As this graduating class


eaves


the school, its members continue confidently to the next steps necessary for


winning of the war. For whatever


he future holds, they are ready.


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Gas Mask Drill

"Tears, idle tears!" We coughed, we choked, and we wept copious
tears-not for the moment, but for part of the morning, and we were glad
to weep under these circumstances. The U. S. Army sent us Lieutenant
Polizzi, Sergeant McChesney, and Corporal Morgan to teach the students
of C. H. S. how to wear gas masks, how to differentiate between the
various gases which Schickelgruber or Tojo might send over, and how to
treat the resulting injuries should this calamity befall us.
pB F First, we had a lesson in wearing the masks and we all resembled the
handsome group pictured above. The girls bemoaned the mussed-up hair
because of the adjustment of straps and the boys, their momentary loss of
Clark Gable qualities, but this was only in fun. Underneath the real mask
t Iand the air of bravado were quickened heart-beats and a very uncom-
ar portable realization that the war was very close.
The visit to the gas chamber was most en-
lightening because we entered wearing the
mask, removed this protection For a few minutes, $
only, and emerged into the fresh air again with
tears streaming from our eyes. We mopped
away with our kerchiefs and went back to
classes.
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W. Metzger, N. Hooper; E. Foster, B. Davis, B. Nali;
T. Gregory; A. Lim, D. Hendricks, L. Keller; Mr. T. Hotz.


Pre-


JAeronautics


This year something new h
Pre-Flight Aeronautics. This co
the class are Senior boys who h
the Army Air Corps. Much time


as b
urse


een


added to the curriculum of


is piloted,


ocally, by Mr. Hotz


ristobal High:
. Members of


iave met many of the requirements for entrance into


is spent in the cl


assro


om on problems on the theory


and groundwork in


ronautics.


Similar


courses


are as fortunate as


are offered in schools all over the


United States, but few schools


we are in beinq so near to an Army Flying field with such a coop-


erative personnel. Weekly highlights are the trips to France Field and the instruction


from the people who


really know their stuff.


Everyone flew the Link Trainer


'E pluribus unum


under the hood


with varying results. This


" for the students, who discussed thorough y with


fields as aerodynamics, navigation,


radio


was


Army Flyers such


range communication, weather, and in-


struments.


At the conclusion of the


examination


"-I


a certificate


ear the fellows took the Civil Air Administrator


of aeronautical


knowledge. Students


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Radio


Those daily ghastly screeches


were


not groans of despair but hopqful at-
tempts of beginners to transmit interna-


tional


Morse Code.


In February, CHS began the Radio


Code
Paul


Course


under the


Evancoe,


direction of Mr.


a former


sea-going


radio operator.
Equipment was secured from the Army


Signal Corps by the Schools'


Division.


Starting w
picked up


/ith a "howler,


speed


many students sent and


10 words


the class


I accuracy unt
received at least


o minute by June.


Before this semester ended, class mem-


were


permitted


Army and Navy


to visit nearby
to observe radio


installations aboard airplanes, ships, and
shore stations.


Fire-Fighters


The residents of the Gold Coast are
now insured against all fire hazards,


because
Senior b


of the fine training some of the
oys have received in Fire Fight-


After


soaked and


splashed,


knocked and dashed with the fire-fight-
ing equipment used by the young "fire-


eaters" the boys finally


emerged


class fire-men.
Mr. R. L. Clark, fire-bug No.


1, led


his dauntless men into the thick of action.


The "singed


Seniors


are now on


any emergency which


may arise.


CHS is proud of its fire squad, and hopes
tkchr will hm morn action in this field
















MODEL


AEROPLANE


CLUB


The Model Aeroplane Club was or-
ganized March 1942, for the purpose
of supplying model airplanes for the
Army, Navy, or civilian use.
In October 1942, the group of 49
members was cut to 20. The Club now
has only 9 members, but one, Robert
Marquard, has joined the Navy as an
an apprentice-learner, retaining life
membership in the Club.
The Navy has awarded Paul Kinney
and Noel Gibson, Jr., emblems for the
large numbers of models they have com-
pleted.
Others have completed one or more
planes for thevariousorganizations. Two
dollars in defense stamps was given for
each model completed.
After the officers of the Navy in-
spected the completed planes, they
chose certain models to be used by their
personnel for plane identification classes.
The rest of the planes were taken by
the Army officers for similar training.
The Atlantic Model Aeroplane Club
had as their goal at least 100 model
planes to be completed and accepted
by either the Army or Navy by June 7,
of this year.
In answer to the call for scale-model
planes needed by the Army and Navy
for aircraft identification, Mr. Gibson's
Atlantic Model Aeroplane Club was
formed shortly after the United States


entered the present world


conflict.


Mr. Gibson and the club designed
an especially attractive red, white, and


Cr4
' C'


blue emblem, which


is to be


present


to a member when he has finished three
model planes.
The qualifications for receipt of the
awards are high. The awards are given
only to those members who are in good
standing with the Club, and rules for
membership are strict. All dues must be


paid,
ing 1
impro


no


more than three


of the preced-


2 meetings may have been missed;
vements must have been shown in


model making and in addition to these
requirements each member must gather
outside information for the Club.


AUTO MECHANICS


There is dirty work going on
school and girls have a hand in


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never saw such


great


and shirts as adorn the


se-smeared


faces


feminine fourth


of the Auto-Mechanics Class.
This new class was introduced at the
beginning of the second semester and
was received with much enthusiasm by
the students interested in mechanical
work.


Five girls, with


1 5 boys,


worked in


the shop for two periods daily, learning
from books and actual experience with
motors what it is that makes a machine
tick. They have taken apart and rear-


ranged the motors of


automobiles,


some-


times putting the wrong piece in place.
But we all learn from experience, and
they learned, enjoyed themselves while
they learned, and left at the end of the


year, having


gained


amount of knowledge


anics.
We should


a considerable
of Auto-Mech-


have some good


- r -


workers as a result of this


course.


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This page is devoted to a group of
Cristobal High School well and faithful


They give


up their study hall p


periods


hours per week.


to w


unsung h


eroes


receiving no s


and heroines
school credit f


ork in the library, for


wno serve
or the labor.


approximate


Each year Miss


Jeanne Brown,


the librarian, asks for volunteers to


librarian-helpers, and each year she has had a ready response.


There are many reasons why the students want to work in the library


beautiful and restiul room


overlooking the


bay. It is lined with 5,000 boo


subjects and subscribes to many interesting magazines and newspapers.


helpers learn the


serve


ks on al


These


Dewey-decimal system which enables them to assist in the work


at the desk and to help other students Find needed materials.


The school


is very fortunate in having a well-trained librarian


Brown, who, in addition to her M.
holds a librarian's certificate from th


in English from the University


s Jeanne
Missouri,


te University of Washington.


The group of assistants pictured here are:


Margaret Goodwill, (
McClure, Jean Kane,
Leignadier.


Joy Randall, Rose Marie Kenny,


loria BorneFeld, Marilyn Metzger, Marie Arick
Pauline Schriftgiesser, Reed Mcllvaine, and


, Barbara
Humberto


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With a C, with a C, with a C-R-I
With an I, with an I, with an I-S-T
With a T, with a T, with a T-O-B
With a B, with a B, with a B-A-L
CRISTOBAL


"Are


you read


common during the f


cheers


were


y?" This familiar phrase followed by '"Heck, yes," w
football season. With spirited cooperation from the Pep


raised many times to lead the boys


very
quad


on to victory.


Ihis year the cheer leaders were composed of two seniors, Barbara Dyer and


Donna Hansen, one sophomore, Barbara


Johnson, a freshman, Albita


Patty Leach, a seventh grader, who strutted her stuff as majorette.


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wishes to express their regrets to a


students who are


not pleased with the yearbook, this year. Maybe you think your face should have


been plastered about a little more,


but because of the Gremlins, we


trouble in getting the necessary films. These little
damage beyond words. They have put ideas in the


'Disney


have had


creatures have done


heads of some of the


Seniors,


so that these


persnikity


classmates refuse to have their liknesses in our yearbook.


They, the Gremlins, have torn up our negatives, hidden valuable photos,


destroyed


our gloss prints, and tickled the noses of the students while their pictures were being
taken.


It is said that only pilots and people who can Fly


see these little mites, but it


certainly seems that some of the Gremlins have decided to


adopt the


trade


of printers


and photographers because we surely have seen enough of them in trying to put out
this book.


Who are these people? They


are a strange tribe of little men who came from


the cold wet forests of England. Under the dark trees, and in the slimy swamps, lived
this clan of fairies. They have little horns growing out of their heads and red, pud-
gy faces, and they wear funny clothes which they make out of leaves sewed to-


gether with long shoots of grass.


suctions shoes, so t
You probably


The oddest thing about them is that they wear


hey stick to everything they touch.


think that there are only boy Gremlins, but you are mistaken.


girls are called Fifinellas and a young Fifinella is a Flipperty-Gibbet, while a


young '
stamps,


kremlin is called a Widget. These cute little creatures eat only used postage
so if anyone has any old ones, contributions are gladly accepted.


see,


we are trying to tame these fairies


so that next year, everything will


be in


order for the next Caribbean Staff, and the more used postage stamps, the


easier the task.


We have succeeded in taming the Gremlins


you see pictured in this Caribbean.


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Telephone


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Graduation


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ordered


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Wong


Chang,


Ferreteria


COLON


PANAMA
Phone 1193


Phone 303


REMEMBER


Fuller


Brushes


ECKER


Balboa A'
Phone


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381


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Powell 's


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Garage


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OF


MIGUEL


TANG


COMPLIMENTS

OF


Dr.


Donald


YOUR


PHONE
226


Federico Boyd


Dickerson


VALET


EXCELSIOR


Ave.-between


PHONE
226


14 & 15-Colon


DRYCLEANERS
Work Called for and Delivered
Special Attention to Linen Suits


Office-


ioth St.


Colon Theatre Bldg.


French

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FRANK G


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Home Delivery from


Store

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, Manager


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Commission Merchants


Agents -


THE HOME


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FIRE


Box


INSURANCE


Colon


Phone 48


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BESTFIT


CO.


Manufacturers of


MEN


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CLOTHES


SUMMER


LINEN


Colon


R. P.


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Jose


Jaen


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MEN


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11th Street


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REFRIGERATOR
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Phone 333


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LINEN

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Panama


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No. 45-A Front Street, Colon, R. P.


"MIDO" MULTIFORT
SUPER
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The Lasting Gift for
Graduation


A. L. Livingston


Trucking Contractor


Box 2425 Crist.


Phone 3-2441


COMPLIMENTS OF


FOTO


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We have the same quality here

as in Panama.


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Panama Hats
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OF PANAMA


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WATERMAN


FOUNTAIN


PENS


NOVELTIES


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Tel. 336
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FLEET


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PREPARARRTIOnS


Helena F

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Gould


Insurance Co.


Masonic Temple


Compliments of


CARLTOn


HOTEL


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Central


Rmerican


Plumbing


Supply


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Panama


and


Colon


Wish every success to the Graduating
Class of 1943


COLON


PANAMA
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Phone 249


3rd Street & Central


Ave.


Phone 4


Box 724


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Class of '43


Gorin's


GORIN


Mattress
, Manager,


Factory


"CHS"


6071 Bolivar Avenue


's for the


BEST


REST"


Manufacturers of the highest
grade of bedding.


Compliments of

JULIO SALAS
Distributors of


PHILIPS RADIOS


- DECCA RECORDS


Compliments of


BAZAR
STATIONERY


OFFICE


KRESH


SUPPLIES


NOVELTIES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES


Front


Street


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GENERAL


Industrial


DISTRIBUTORS OF


Synthetics


House


Paints


and


Allied


Products


BOX


2206


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ADDRESS


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SURRnY


Formerly


Beverhoudt


Colon


MAGAZINES, BOOKS,


PHOTO SUPPLIES


NOVELTIES


SPORTING


OFFICE AND
AMES,
GOODS


Agent for Remington Rand Inc.,


A. Sheaffer Pen


Compliments of
THE AmR RICRn BAZAR
"Haberdashers and Tailors


to Men of Good Taste.


Panama


Colon


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PRESCRIPTIONS C/


REX
REFULLY


COMPOUNDED


PATENT MEDICINES


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Avenue


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10th Street


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JEWELER


WRTCHmRHER


EXPERT


DIAmonD


EnGRAVER


SETTER


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DINERS


ULLRICH


mARGARITA FLORES


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Masonic


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Drapery
Cotton


ISLA


Hodges


Temple


CUBA


English Linens


Fancy Piece Goods
COLON, R. P.


HOTEL


WASHInGTOn


Unequalled for Location and Comfort


A Hotel


n keeping with the dignity, spirit and comfort of


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Distributors of


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Victor Products


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Office


Sup-


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CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS "43"


Compliments of


STERLINfG'S


GARAGE


Main Store
14th Street and Bolivar Ave.


Compliments of
PARflAm BRZARR
Colon, R. P.


Compliments of


nOVEDRDES


VEfTURA


Front Street


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native


Prop.
Colon


cooking for


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to pay us a visi


Gift


Shop


SHAW


45 Front Street


novedades


Complete


SILKS


LINENS


Atlantico
rtments of
NOVELTIES


THE RELIABLE STORE


58 Front Street


Shirley


Colon


TEmple


Bazaar


"High Grade Dress material"

COLON


national


attress


Factory


melcndez


Between


AvEnuE


10th & 1 th Streets


Colon


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He's


Young and


Hopeful Today


Modern


south


and


The


Bible


The days through which we are passing seem to


be fateful days.


In some ways the future is uncertain.


At the same time the future is largely in the hands of
the youth of today. Therefore, what youth does, today
and tomorrow, will have a telling effect for genera-
tions to come. Things are in a plastic stage nowi old
institutions, ways, and customs are beina changed. If


I


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the change is to be for the better, there must be careful


thought,


keen


insight,


mora I


spiritual


principles


brought into play.
The leaders in other days in our western work
were steeped in Scripture. In former generations men
read and knew their Bibles, and at periods of crisis


such men gave leadership and guidance.


Cromwell,


Wilberforce, Washington, and Lincoln are only a few


men that might be named. As


received


learning


leaders of other times
from the Book, so may


struck


modern youth, the leaders of tomorrow
Youth is idealistic and has a natural desire to do something worthy and con-
tive in life. In the book of Books, is pictured the outstanding idealist of all time,


the young man Jesus of Nazareth, and the challenge tha
world may furnish the task which modern youth is seeking.


he gave to remake the


Again youth needs inspiration to great daring and noble personal living.
have found it, and I gladly testify that I have found it, in the pages of earth's
book-the Bible.


Others


s greatest


AMOS


ALONZO


STAGG


(A national figure in football for almost 50 years)


The Bible is-


world
a world
e world
e world
e world


seller
read book
quoted book
translated book.


The American Bible Society


Was founded in


1816.


years


distributed


305,599,21 7


copies


Scriptures


languages and in more than 40 countries.
In 1941 distributed 8,098,977 copies.
In 1941 distributed 1,361,019 copies of Scriptures in Latin America.


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THE CARIBBEAn OF 1943 One

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Dedicatiolz Dr W. HUGH STICKLER Two

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0 our old friEnd and nEW principal, Dr. W Hugh V' WE dEdicatE thE CaribbEan For many YEars hE has had our rEspEct and admiration for his ExcEllEnt tEaching of sciEncE. In his nEW pos ition, hE has bEEn our staunch friEnd and wisE counsElor. Dr. STICKLER AT HIS DESK Three

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Mr. Roger Collinge Ass', to Sup!. Four Mr. Ben Williams Sup!. of C. Z. Schools Mr. Lowrence Johnson Ass', Sup!. of Schools

PAGE 9

C. H S. Faculty

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P l. CLAi:1r Woodworkin; CLAUDE M. A VCQCK SPOn,sh Dramotu;$ HAPPY VI STRODE BoY1 Ph"(1lcol Educotlan Intro "'urol SDO'" Six JOSEPHINE BANICHAR PhvSlcol EducatIon for G,rlS PAUL l BECK US H,story A",eflcan Problems Sponsor TheSPlons Sponsor DrOmotlCS Tile Fac ulty THEO F. HOTZ HALLIE BEAVERS CLIFFORD A HAUBERG Mathemotlc, Mathemotlcs H,story Counselor Cofeteflo Coshler Soon,o. S tudent Ana JunIor Closs Sponsor Co-Sponsor of Student Clot Ion AeronautIcs AssocIatIon Sponsor V,ctorv Corps Phvslcs JEANNE BROWN PAUL J. EVANCOE SOPHIE D_ N\cllMANS Engltsh Engftsh Househol d Arts l,broroon PublIC Cofetefla rv'tonoger Sponsor Semor Closs

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MARY ElIZABETH MOORE latin French Span,sh AdvIser Student Counc,l Sponsor Honor Soe,ety O. E. JORSTAD InsrrumentolMus,e Vocal Mus.c Tile Faculty NOEL E. GIBSON Melol shop Auto Mechanics Mecholl":ol DrawIng MARY WORRElL A" Speech PHYLLIS SPENCER Spanish Sponsor La Pas Club KENNETH W VINTON PhySiCS ChernoWy B,ology Photo Club Sponsor CARL MAEDl Biology Chemistry Occupational Information General Sc,ence HELEN T, PATTERSON Shorthand Typmg School Accountant BESS McVEY LITER English ; Journalism JunlO' Closs CoSponsor EDITH RAT ACZAK School Secretary A ABRAMOWITZ Physical Education SWimming Seven

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DONNA HANSEN FONTAINE Eight TRADE WinD STAFF Editor. .. CLARA JILLSON ASSIStant Editor. .... TOMMY GREGORY Sports Editor. TOMMY GREGORY Exchange Editors. ..... DONNA HANSEN and BARBARA DYER BUSiness Manager. OSWALD HEILBRON General Reporte r s ond T ypists Blanco Facdol Lindo Appln Gladys Rubio Lorelle Fontaine Jack BOin Mary Margarel DavIs Sponsor. Bess M. Liter BUSiness Sponsor .. Mr. R. L. Clark OSWALD HEtLBI1:0N GLADVS I1:UBIO

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CARIBBEAn STAFF Edtlor AssIstant Editor Makeup Edtlors. Rewrite Editors Business Manager. CLARA jlLLSON ... TOMMY GREGORY BARBARA DYER and DONNA HANSEN LORELLE FONTAINE and JACK BAIN OSWALD HEILBRON TYPISts. BLANCA FACDOL and LINDA APPIN Asst BUSiness Manager. GLADYS RUBIO Sponsor. Bess M. Ltler CUSIness Sponsor Mr R. L Clark BARBARA OVER JACK BAIN ;\11{ 'I'i 1 4C-1 BLANCA F ACDOl LINDA APPIN

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Student Association Ten The CrIStobal Student Association was born in the year 1933 and is the most democratIc agency in OUf school. I t is composed of two representatives of each class, president, vicepresidenl secre tory, and treasurer The lost four officers ore elected by the popular vole of the pupils of Cristobal High Sc hool. This group helps t o make the rules which regulate the school activities, and they bring before the student body new ideas for the betterment of the school. This year they have hod on especially hard job. They have had to turn into magicians 10 gel money out of the hot because the treosury was very much depleted. The school's populotion has shrunken 10 less than one half of its former size Thus, the dues of the organization have decreased materially, and 01 first it seemed that many activities would have to be curtailed. In spite of this the S tudent Association has been able to sponsor closs picnics, operetta, "Trade Wind", the yearbook Caribbean", Christmas Pageant, Upper-Classmen Banquet, Athletic events, class dances, Scrap Iron Ball, Music Festival, and High School Plays. The Student Association owes much 10 the advice and guidance of Its sponsors, Mr. Hauberg and Miss Beavers. The Students who have helped to direct the destinies of the school this year are: Tommy Gregory, President; Ada Lee Sullivan, Vice-President; Rose Marie Kenny, Secretary; G l adys Rubio, Treasurer; Donna Hansen and Alfred Muschell, and Jack Dovel, Senior Representatives ; Mickie McCoy and Oscar Bilyeu, Junior Representatives ; Joy Randall and Charles McGinn, Sophomore Represen tati ves; and Jean Kuller and Kenneth Campbell, Fresh man Representatives The Student Council had handled $650 in ticket-money and had made a profit of $200 before the ploy Seven Keys to Baldpate," was produced. That play netted a tidy sum 10 help defray the expenses of the year.

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Classe s Eleven

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Ho'lV J/V e ll We R e m embe r Our first day in High School "brawl" "No talking the opening dance in the library" the Freshman initiation lines at the fountains S. A. elections Closs meet i ngs the Christmas Pageants Mr. Rice music festivals the Spreading the News, Growing Pains Oh, Doctor, The Valiant, Skidding, Ever Since Eve, Hots Off cheering the team to v ictory our majorette La Pos initiation trips to Balboa Varsity Club Born Dance taking closs pictures Mr. Beck's study (7) halls when the boys wore ties little pink posses stuffed lockers stampedes to the cafeteria loss of Army and Navy students our new principal, Dr. Stickler being late dur-moron jokes the Pep Squad rides aeronautics cokes at the Clubby the practice" air-raids wild dashes through ing rainy season in the hearse Senior picnic the halls "Macbeth" Scrap Iron Boll the T rade Winds health clos s "love affairs" the death of Mable the Victory Corps the gos-mask drill Honor Society induction squeaky huaraches the Thespian Club semester exams Graduation Exercises Twelve the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom the

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Officers President JAMES WANIO Vice PreSidenl. .. EULA CALLAWAY Secrelary ... BARBARA DYER Treasurer .LESLIE MAYBERRY Seniors Thirteen

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FOUrleen C H s WILLIAM NALL Academic Wichita, Kansas Tennis 1; F ootball 3; Soflball 3; Volunteer F ireman 4 ; C h airman o f Deco ra t ions for Senio r Dance 4 ; Vict ory Corps 4. "0, be my friend, and teach me 10 be Ihlne! LINDA APPIN General Colon, Republic of Panama Glee Club 1 ; Dramatic Club 1 ; La P A S Club 3-4 ; "Trade Wind" s t aff 4 ; "Canbbean" staff 4 ; Victory Corps 4. LOUIS KELLER "May your lOy be as deep a s the ocean, Your Irouble 05 h g h l as ils foam." Colon Republic of Panama VictOry Corps 4 ; Volun teer Fire-Fig h ter 4 "Not a beller man was found by the Crier on his round." ROBERT JOHNSON Philodelphio Pennsylvania Academic General Corps. "Man IS a mere character in a comedy."

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1943 GLADYS RUBIO Acade mic Bluefie lds Nicarogua Secretory o f Freshman Closs 1; Sophomore Represenlalrve 2 ; Vice-presldenl of Student Council 3; Treasurer of S ludent Council 4 Secretary of Student CouncI12j Glee Club '; La P A S 3 ; Biology Club 2 ; Trade Wind stoff 4 ; "Corlbbean stoff 4 ; Orchestra 1 ; VictOry Corps 4. "For men may come and men may go, bUI I go on forever. THOMAS GREGORY Academic Col o n R e publ i c of Panama Basketball 2; Baseball 3-4 ; Football 3-4 ; Softball 3 4 ; Track 3 4 ; Students' AdVISOry Councd 4 ; Band 1-2-3 4 ; Dramatic Club 1-2; Thes pians 3-4; Biology Club 2 ; Volunteer Fireman 4 ; Junior Closs President 3 ; Junior -Sen ior Banquet Commillee 3; Siudent Associallon President 4 ; Operellc 3 ; VictOry Corps 4 ; "Trade Wind" stoff 4 ; "Canbbean" stoff 4 ; "A lillie Wit hod pleased me more by half, I dldn' l come 10 learn, I come t o laugh," AVA NELL BARKER Tampa, Florida Academic Dramatic Club 1-2-3; Thespians 3, Glee Club 1 4 ; La p A S 4 ; TenniS 2j Operella 2; VictOry Corps 4; SoftboIl1-3-4; Baske tboI11-4; Literary Society Secretory 1 "When a man laves Ihe beaullful, whal d oes he deSIre ? That the beautiful be hiS' B[LDEN DAVIS G e neral N ettle ton Mississippi Fcclball 3j Swimming 4j Baseball 3 4 ; Softboll 4 ; ViCtOry Corps 4 "Absence of occupallon IS not rest, A mind vacant IS a mind dlstress d ..

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S I,cleen C .H.S. ARTHUR DIAZ General San Juan Puerto Rico Manager "B" League Sport s 3-4; Drama t ic Club 1; Thesp ians 1-2, Vice-President and Acting President 4 ; Sop h omore Vice-President 2; Fire Fighters 4; Victory Corps 4. JACK DOVEL, J'-"I have drunken deep with lOy And I shal l taste no other wine." Woodbury, New Jersey Academic SWimming 4; "HI Y" 2; Drama t ic Club 2-4; Thespian 4; Volunteer Fireman 4; Student Council 2-4; SeniorDanceCommlltee 4; VictoryCorp5 4. BARBARA DYER "Reioice In thy youth rejoice in thy fresh growth, and In t h e young life t hat I S wIthin t hee." Washington, D C. Academic Cheer Leader 4; "Corlbbeon" Makeup Edi tor 4; "Trodewind" Ex change Editor 4; Victory Corps 4. BLANCA FACDOL "She IS prelly t o walk with, And willy to tolk with." Panama, R epublic of Panama Academic Orchestra 1-2-3; Basketball 1-2; TenniS 1-2; Softball 1-3-4; Volleyball 1-2-3; Archery 1; Soccer 1; Victory Corps 4; "Tradewind" Staff4i "Caribbean" Stoff 4; Glee Club 1 "Oh, you navor everything, you are the vonillo of society."

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1943 GLORIA INGRAM General Colon, Republic of Panama Volleyball 3-4; Student Representative 1; Dramatic Club 1; La P. A. S. 3; Glee Club 1-2-4; VictOry Corps 4. "Wilh rosy cheeks and flaxen curls, And sparkling eyes and teeth like pearls."' ERNEST TERRY General Southampton, New York Football 4; VictOry Corps 4 "Once in a thousand years A perfect c horacter appears." RUSSELL PERRY Academic Hammond, Indiana Sohbol! 4; Baseball 4; Victory Corps 4; AUXlllory Firemen 4; VlcePresldenl o f Inler-Amencen DIScussion Group 3; Dramallc Club 3-4; Thespian CI,b 4. "Oh, Ihe freshness, Ihe honesty, Ihe vigor of a boy's heortl CLARA JILLSON Academic Colton California Drill Team 1-2; Baseball 3-4; Lotln Club 2; Basketball 4; "Trodewlnd" Editor 4; "Carlbbeon" Editor 4; Archery 3, Glee Club 3-4; VictOry Corps 4 i Operella 3. "LIps where smiles go In and out." :\IR 95140 ) Seventeen

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Erghteen c H 5. JOSE CALABRIA Academic San Juan, Puerto Rico Vice-President Honor Society 4; Biology Club 2 ; Vrctory Corps 4 ANNA HAVAS ''1'11 do the besl thaI I may do While I ha .... e power fa stand." Kapo s .... ar Hungary Academic Glee Club 1-2; La P A. S 2-3-4 ; Dramatrc Club 4 ; Victory Corps 4 JULIO WONG "Her face is Irke the MIlky Way rn the sky, A meellng of gentle lIghts without nome." Colon Republic of Panama Academic Student Ad .... isory Councrl 4 Vrctory Corps 4 ; Natronal Honor Society 3-4 Secretory 4 ; Photo Club Treasurer 3 ; La P. A. S 1-2-3-4; LatirAmencan DiSCUSSIon Club President 4 ; Biology Club 2 ; Vice Presrdent Math Club 3 ; "Corlbbean" and Tradewrnd Pho tographer, ASSIStant Busrness Manager 4 ; Volunteer Firemon 4 .. A scholar knows nOlhlng of boredom," DONNA HANSEN General Norfolk, N e braska Glee Club 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Girl ReselVes 1 ; Vol l eyball 4 ; La P A S 4 ; National Honor SocIety 4 ; Cheer Leader 4 ; Student Councrl 4 ; Student Representati .... e 4 ; "Tradewind" Exchange Editor 4 ; "Caribbean" Make-up Edit o r 4 ; VarsIty Club 4 ; VIctOry Corps 4 "Her sparkling eye doth wrench a sigh from 'hose who are around her."

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1943 EULA MAE CALLAWAY General Ancon, Canal Zone Cheer Leader 1 ; Vice-Presiden t o f Closs 1 ; Glee Club 1-2-4 Secret ory Treasurer o f Class 2 ; V i ce-President and Acllng President of Class 4 ; Volleyball 4 ; Biology 2 ; Vic tOry Corps 4 JAMES COFFEY "Aher man came woman . and she h as been after him ever since Colon Republic of Panama Academic Foalboll 3-4 ; Biology Club 2 ; Victory Corps 4 ; Baseball 3-4 ; Softball 3-4 ; Track 3-4 ; Basketball 4 "Whose Wit, in the combo I as gentle os bright, Ne'er carried a hearl-s lain away on lis blade. DORIS BROWN Ancon Conal Zone Academ ic Biology Club 2 ; Victory Corps 4 ; Latin American D ISCUSSion Club 4 ; Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 2 "Age cannol Wither her, nor custom stole her Inflnde v:mely LESLIE MAYBERRY Academic Farmington Missouri F ootball 3-4 ; Basketball 3-4 ; Track 4 ; Baseball 4 ; Soflboll 4 ; Dram:lIIC Club 4 ; T reasurer of Class 4 ; VIc tory Corps 4 .. And dreamed and rested from hiS labors:' Nineteen

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C. H S HELEN HERMAN Academic Colon Republic of Panama Basketball 2 ; Victory Corps 4 "Helen, thy beauty IS to me like those Nicean barks of yore." FRANK LINDSTROM General Bismark Nor t h Dakot a Foo tball 4 ; Vict Ory Corps 4 "He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat. LUCILE SMITHIES Academic Colon Republic of Panama Band 1; Orc hestra 1 2 ; So ftball 1 ; Biology Club 2 ; Vict Ory Corps 4 "As merry as the day is long HERBERT CHEN ALLOY General Colan Republic of Panama Vi c l ory C o rps 4 H i t c h y our wago n 1 0 a slar and so:;!r to wondrous heights." T wenty

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1943 ERNEST PRUDHOM Vocational Ancon, Canal Zone football 3-4 ; 805eOOIl1-2-3-4 ; Track 3-4 ; Basketball 3-4 ; Fire Fighters 4 Victory Corps 4 10m as free as nature' s flnl mode man Ere the base lows of servitude began." WILBUR WHITE J Pottsville Pennsylvania General Football 3-4 ; La P_ A S 3-4 ; Moth. Club 3 ; VictOry Corps 4 Baseball 3-4 ; Softball 3 ; Bosketbal13 ; Track 3 "This above all; to thine own self be Irue." RA YMOND GILL General Merchantville New Jersey Pnnt Club ; "HI-Y" 1-2; Football 1 -2 -3-4; BaseboI12-3 ; Track 3 ; Softball 2 -3 ; S W imming 3 ; BasketboI12-3-4 ; Victory Corps 4 "Lei Ihol bright flame o f y o uth burn f orever and never lei II die." WILLIAM METZGER Academic Panama, Republic of Panama Band 1-2-3 ; Orchestra 1-2-3-4 ; Glee Club 1-2; Photo Club 3 ; National Honor Society 3-4; ViCtOry Corps 4 "Rather than love, than fame, t han money give me truth ,. 95140 4 Twenty one

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Twenty IwO C. H. S STEWART SETHER Academic Brooklyn New York Victory Corps 4. "An affable ond courteous genllemon," LORELLE FONTAINE Academic Woodbury New Jersey Glee Club 4 ; VlClory Club 4 ; Fren c n Club 3; La P A, S. 3-4; Baskelboll 4, "'On Ine world's running over wiln joy."' NATHAN HOOPER Academic Colon Republic of Panama Pnolo Club 2-3; Victory Corps 4 ; Matn. Club 3; "Caribbean" Photograpner 4 ; Swimming 4 ; Water Polo 2; Auxiliary Fireman 4 LEO WILKE S "'I lough, for hope natn happy place witn me, If my bark Sinks, 'tis 10 another sea,"' Colon Republic of Panama Fire Fignter 4 ; B iology Club 2; Victory Corps 4 "There are many wonderful tnlngs in nature, but tne most wonderful o f all I S man." Academic

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1943 ELTON FOSTER Mobile, Alabama Foo t ball 4 ; Photo Club 2; VIctory Corps 4 "Give me mtermlnable eyes -give me w o men give me comrades a n d lover s by 'he thousand! GEORGE STUMPF ALFRED MUSCHEIT Colon Republic of Panama Swimming 3 ; V ictory Corps 4 1 make the most of all tho I comes And the leosl of all Ih:JI goes." Colon, Republic of Panama General General General Football 3 ; Dramall c Club 1 ; Waler P o l o 2; Orc h es tro 1 2-3 4 ; A League Manager 3-4; Junlo rSeni o r B anquet C o mmittee 3 ; Glee Club 1-2; Thesplon Socie t y 1-2-3-4 ; Bond 1 2 3 4 ; La P A $. Club 3-4 ; Closs Represen tative 4 ; Secretory of Ckm 3 ; Closs Representative 2 F o r mon IS mon and master o f hiS fo r e ,-ROBERT PARKER General Colon Republic of Panama Football 4 ; T r ack 3 4 ; VictOry Corps 4 S ilence I S mor e e loquent tha n word s o Twenty three

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T w enty f o ur C H S DONALD HENDRICK j . Academic Colon Republic of Panama Orchestra 1 -2-3-4; Bond 1-2-3 ; Glee Club 1-2; Pholo Club 1-2-3 ; Secre lory 3 ; SWimming 1 -2 ; Gol f team 3 ; Moth Club 3 ; Biology Club 2 ; Water Polo 1-2; Vic t ory Corps 4. At learning's fountain II IS sweet 10 drink But '115 a nobler privilege to think" ALEXANDER LIM Baca s del Taro Republic of Panama Vocotional Football 3 ; Softball 3 ; La P A S 1-2-3, President 4 ; Glee Club 1-3; Biology Club 2 ; Moth Club 3 ; Swimming 2 ; Volunteer Fireman 4 ; Vlclmy Corps 4 Joking decides great things, Stronger and beller oft than earnest can. OSWALD HEILBRON j Academic Colon Republic o f Panama Volunteer FHe Fighter 4 ; Lolln American Discussion Club 4 ; VictOry C o rps 4 ; Business Manager "Caribbean" 4 ; "Tradewind Business Manager 4 / Senior Donee Committee 4 'A mon he seems o f cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows." JEAN WARD Colon Republic of Panama La P A S. Club 3 4 ; Closs Vice President 3 ; Vict ory Corps 4 Blue are her eyes as the fairy-flax Her cheeks like the dawn of day." General

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1943 JAMES WAINIO Gene ral Ancon, Canal Zon e President of Closs 2-4; Baseball 1-2 4 ; Softball 1-2-3 ; Basketball 1; SWimming 1; F ootbal l 3-4 ; Track 3 ; Victory Corps 4 "May you live as long as you like ; And hove all you like as long as you hlle. E LEANOR CHAMBLESS Academic Calumet City Illinois Glee Club 1 ; Bond 2-3-4; La P A. S. 3-4 ; Biology Club 2; Nollonol Honor Society 3-4, President 4 Inter -Amencan Discussion Club 4 ; Siudeni AdVIsory Commdtae 4 ; JunlorSenlor Banquet 3. -, And more 10 her thon gold or gram The cunning hand and cul t ured broln," BARBARA KOPERSKI Lo s Ange l es Cal i fornia Gene ra l Operetla 1 -2-34, Glee Club 1-2-3-4; Volleyball 2-3-4; La P A. $. 3-4; VictOry Corps 4 JACK BAIN "Dark eyes are dearer for Tnan those Ihal mock The hyacinth belli" Ancon, Canal Zone Acade mic Art Club 1; Tennis 1 ; "Tradewind" Stoff 4 ; "Caribbean" Stoff 4 ; Senior Donee Committee 4 ; Cless Night Committee 4; Closs Present Committee 4; Senior Commencement Committee 4, "A light hearl lives l ong. ( / Twenty fIVe

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.... t Twenty SIX C H S JESSE LEE BYRD, j .. Colon Republic of Panama SWimming 2-4; Golf 1 2 -3-4; Victory Corps 4; Operetta 3 4 ; "Perseverance gains its meed, And potlence wins the race, GLORIA COULTHARD JOHN HAYWOOD Panama, Republic of Panama Band 1 2 3-4 ; Vicolry Corps 4. "I think tho I I sholl never scan A tree as lovel y as a man." Mobile Alabama Academic General General So ccer 1 ; F oolboIl1-23 4 ; Softball 3-4 ; BaseboI11 2 3 4 ; Tra c k 1 -23 4 ; BasketboI11-2 3 4 ; Victory Corps 4 .. And looks the whole world in the face For he owes nol any man." MURIEL HOLMELIN New York City New York General Volleyball 2 3 4 ; Baskelball 3 4 ; Softball 3 ; A"he'Y 3 4 ; Glee Club 1 -23 4 ; Varsity Club 3 4 ; Dramallc Club 3-4 ; Biology Club 2 ; VictOry Corps 4 "Here' s 1 0 the love thai hes In woman' s eyes And hes .. and lies . and lies!

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1943 (AhSeJlt SeJliors) RA YMOND SIMONS General Colon Republic of Panama Softball 1, Baseball 4, Bosketball 2, Lo P A. S. 2, B,ology Club 2; Victory Corps 4 ; Tennis 2. "Write me 05 one who l o .... es his fellow man. MILTON M,(OY Vocational Long B e ach California Football 2-3-4; Trock 4 ; AuxIliary Fireman 4; Victory Corps 4 "Come and tnp I' as ye go, On the light fantastic loe." T wenly seven

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\17uniors President Vice Presidenl Secretory-Treasurer EDWARD AANSTOOS MARTIN CAIN ELAINE SULLIVAN Twenty nine

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JAMES KANE MARGARET BElDEN DONALD NORTHRUP MARTIN CAIN JEAN SMITH Thirty MARY M. DAVIS OSCAR BILYEU ANITA MARGUliS AlXANDER TAYLOR JAMES KELLY 7unior Class of '43 ROGEl!: FOI1:T ROBERT TURNER CONRAD HORINE JOHN HALL IRMA PA TCHETI MA RIE LINDSTROM II: KEENAN WILLEn LEE IPPLE HOlliS COLLINS VEDAS BARKER ROBERT SULLIVAN RUTH BOZEMAN CLAUDE CAMPBEll I

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CATHERINE lUTRO HARRY WEST JACK SHULTE EDWARD \A'ELCH JlIllior Class ADA LEE SULLIVAN EDWARD AANSTOOS SHIRLEY McCONNELL ELAINE SULLIVAN VICENTE VALLE GRACE THOMAS FRANCIS CONOVER MARGARET WILLIAMS JANET DAGNAll PATRiCiA SNYDER HORTENSE McCOY THO"AAS HARRISON VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN GEORGE BARBER VIRGINIA NOBLES PATRiCiA KENNEDY JAN\ES GilDER ANNA MA.RIE CHASE RAfAEL BRINGAS RAOUL THHIIAUL T Thi rt y o n e

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CLASS OFFICERS President BERT ST. GERMAIN Voce P,esodenl. EDMOND WACHTEL Secretory ..... MARY WHITE Treasurer .... WANDA HARRINGTON Student Association Representatives ... JOY RANDALL, CHARLES McGINN Sop h o m ore s BOYS CHARLES ARNOlD ROY ATWOOD THEQOORE BROWN ST ARfORD RICHARD CONOVER MARLIN CULPEPPER MALCOlM DEL VALLE WILLIAM fiSHER PATRICK GORMELY EUGENE GREGG HUGH HALE CHARLES HANNA JOHN HANSON RICHARD HASKElL EDDIE JACK KEANE MARTIN KENDZIOREK PAUL KINNEY ROY KNOOP BENJAMIN KULLER ALVIN LIM GEORGE MAHER CHARLES McGINN GARVYN MOUMBLOW DONALD NALL JOHN O'BRIEN JOHN REILLY HOWARTH ROWE DANKWART SANDER ALFRED SIMONSON BERT ST. GERMAIN EDMOND WACHTEL MAX WEICH ROBEPT WOOD GIRLS GL04i!IA ASKOff AUSTIN MARGARfT BAGGon YOlANDA CALABRIA ETHEL COULTER JANIE SUE FAHNESTOCK KATHRYN GATES MIlDRED Gill MARGARET GOODWILL WANDA HARRINGTON DONNA HARROD CHARl..EEN HELLUMS CAROl HENDRIO' r./\ElIDA HOWARD JESSIE HUNT BARBARA JOHNSON ROSE MARIE KENNY LOIS KRIDLE ANGELICA LIM JOAN MILLSPAUGH JEAN MULLENOX BARBARA NOB LES JEAN O'HA YER NADINE PRIMMER JOY RANDALL LOIS STAPf NORINE TERRY MARY WHITE ERIKA ZITZEWlrz

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F r eJ Ii III ell BOYS CABELL AKIN f\I1ac GONIGLE BRANDl CARL BRUNNER ClYDE CAMPBELL t.:ENNETH CAMPBELL WILLIAM CASSWELL HAROlD COlLINS ROBERT COUL THAI!.D FRANK DIERS NOEL GIBSON S TEPHEN GRACIE FRANK HEITE FRED HILL DONALD HOFFMAN PASCUALINO ROSANIA EDWARD SEAVEY GIRLS I\A.ARiE ARICK ooRI1 BERGER ARDITH ANNE BOYLE CAROliNA BI!INGAS ALICE CAIN ROSITA CZERNIK LOIS FONTAINE NANCY GILDER BEnY Gl1:ANDST Arf VETABELLE HATCHETI LOIS HOUSEHOLDER JOYCE JOHNSON JEAN KANE AGNES KEANE BEnY WHRT NOI1:MA JEAN tullER MARY lEACH ARTHUR HUNT JOHN KINNEY JOHN KUTCH EDWARD LONDON I:ENNETH LOwE ALfRED MAALE KARL MASTEIlS DONALD fv'IcKAY ROGER MORRISON RICHARD PAINE WILLIAM PRETIO HERBERT ROBINSON fRANCISCO ROSALES GUSTAVO ROSANIA LUCIEN SKEELS NORMAN SLADE ?SIIO -5 CLASS OFFICERS President.. GAY THOMAS Vice Presidenl Secretary ELEANOR WILLIAMS Treasurer Student AssociatIon Rep. JEANNE KULLER, JOSEPH SMITH R08ERT SNELLING JOHN SrYLES CHARLES THOMAS GAY THOMAS JAMES TROUT CHARLES THOMAS ROSITA CZERNIK KENNETH CAMPBELL WILLIAM W,6LL CAROlYN MAGNER HELENE MARSH MARILYN METZGER PHYlliS MICKEL WRIGHT AOOA LYNN NALL PHYLLIS PARKER FRANCES PEDERSON BARBARA PRIMMER THELMA PUCCI PAUlINF SCHRlrTGIESSER [!)ITH SHARPE HELEN STADE DOROTHY SUMMERS JEAN rAYLOR THELMA THOMAS BERNICE WEST NANCY WHITE EL.6.NQR WILLIAMS SHIRLEY WILLIAMS Thirty Ihree

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Director .. O. E. JORSTAD A D V ANCED GLEE CLUB AVANEll BARKER VEDAS BARKER PEGGY BELDEN EULA MAE CALLAWAY ANNA CHASE VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN JANET DAGNAll LORElLE FONTAINE BITSY GATES MURiEl HOLMELIN GLORIA INGRAM CLA JILLSON P fA KENNEDY L E Thirly four ELEMENTARY GLEE CLUB MARIE ARICK GLORIA ASKorr PEGGY BAGGOTT CAROLINA BRINGAS ALICE CAIN JOAN CARDONE POSIT A CZERNI K NANCY GILDER MEUOA HOWARD JEAN KANE AGNES KEANE NORMA KULlER BETTY KUHRT MARY LEACH ANGELICA LIM CAROLYN MAGNER HELENE MARSH JOAN MILLS PAU G H ADA NALl JEAN OHA YEI!: PHYlliS PAI1:KFR THELMA PUCCI JOY RANDALL PAULINE SCHRIFTG1ESSER EDITH SHARPE HELEN STADE lEAN TAYLOR THELMA THOMAS BERNICE WEST

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O R C HESTRA TEDDY BROWN rENNETH CAMPBELL FRAN! DIERS SUSIE FAHNESTOCK WILLIAM FISHER PAT GORMEllY TOMMY GREGORY FRANK HEilE CAROL HENDRICK DONALD HENDRICK JOYCE JOHNSON ARLINE LINCOLN TED LONDON SHIRLEY McCONNEll CHARLES McGINN MARilYN METZGER WILLIAM METZGER ROGER MORRISON GARVIN MQUMBlOW RICHARD PAINE ROBEIH RQ$ANIA ROBERT SUlliVAN CHARLES THOMAS GAY THOMAS EDMUND WACHTEL WIlliAM WAll MUSIC BAND MAillE ARiel( CHAlllES ARNOLD GEORGE BARBER OSCAR BILYEU TEDDY BROWN CLAUDE CAMPBElL MARLIN CULPEPPER WILLIAM FISHER NOEL GIBSON PAT GORMElY EUGENE GREGG THOMAS GREGORY HUGH HALE FRED HILL GAY THOMAS CHARLES THOMAS CONRAD HORINE JOYCE JOHNSON EUSEBIO LEE CAROL YNE MAGNER MICKIE McCOy GARVIN MQUMBLOW ALFRED MUSCHETI WILLIAM WALL RICHARD PAINE JACK REI L L Y NORMAN SLADE BERT ST GERMAIN ADA LEE S UlliVAN ELAINE SULLIVAN ERNEST TERRY Thi r l y five

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f7icior y Corps At the beginning of the year the Student Association decided wholeheartedl y to jo n and support the Nationwide wartime Victory Corps. Any student enrolled in a secondary school who meets certain requir ments may be accepted for general membership of the Victory Corps. As a general member he may join a speCia l divi sion offered at CHS: Air Service D i vision Land Service Division Sea Service Division Production Service Division Community Service Division This new organization has been the center of activity for 1943. The highly successful Scrap Iron Ball given in February started the Victory Corps with a bang and netted 10 tons of scrap for the war effort. In February, too, approximately 40,000 magazines were collected for the Armed Forces. An all-high tota l for one day's work was 15,000 magazines. In March, a Victory Corps radio program was given over the local radi o sta tion for the National Red Cross Society. (The beautiful music was furnished by Mr. Jorstad's advanced glee club, and the excellent talks by Mr. Evancoe's speech class.) The Annual Music Festival was given this year with the Victory Corps in full charge of all arrangements and selling of War Savings Stamps and Bonds. This April act ivity braught in a total sale of over $10,000 worth of Stamps and Bonds. S t udents who have become greatly interested in the work have organized such volunteer groups as Victory Artists, Typists, an Usher Corps, and Messenger Service. Q5140---6 Thirty seven

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''I'm telling you. Thirty eight Gershwi n or Beetho v en. ? I n the dugout Rear view Br eathe deeply. Gas. ? Cute isn't he. ?

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First row S h irley McConnel, jock Schulte, janet Dagna[1. Second row -Bill Metzger, Eleanor Chambless, Donna Hansen, jul i o Wang. Third row Miss Liter, Mr. jorstad, MIss Moore, ( Not pictured, jose Calabria. ) Nationa l Honor Soc i e ty This sp ring marks Ihe firsl anniversary of Ihe Caribbean Chapler of Ihe Nalional Honor Soc iely in CHS. Scholarship Characler L eadership Service The ve r y high award is g ranled on ly Iwice yearly 10 Ihose deserving and oul slanding sludenls of Ihe school Farly Five percenl of Ihe second semesler juniors, and fifleen percenl of all seni o r s may be elecl ed. Sponsor, Miss Moore, and board members, Miss liler and Mr. j orslad, Members are: Shir ley McConnell, john Schulie, janel Dagnall William Melzger, Eleanor Chambless, Donna Hansen, julio Wong, jose Calabria.

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THOMAS GREGORY WANDA HARRINGTON P'esldeor FREDDIE MUSCHF!T Seersrory ood T reosu,s,BARBARA DYER V,ce P,ss.deo' FREDDIE OIEZ Dlle"o. M, PAUL BECK ELAINE SUllIVAN National Th e spian SocicfJI Forty one

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DRAMATIC CLUB MEMBERS GLORIA ASKOFf JESSE BYRD KENNETH CAMPBEll BERT ST GEl/MAIN JIMMY GILDER ANNA HAVAS FRANK HEilE DONALD HOFFMAN EDDIE HOLGERSON MURiEl HOlMEUN CONRAD HORINE lOIS HOUSEHOLDER ARTHUR HUNT ROBERT JORDAN MARTIN KENDZ10REK MICKIE McCOY ANITA MARGULIS BilL METZGER MARILYN METZGER JOHN O'BRIEN IRMA PATCHEn WILLIAM PRETTO JOY RANDALL PAULINE SHRIFTGIESSER lOIS STAPF JIM TROUT RUSS PERRY W ith ou t the h elp o f the foithful "Dramotic Club" the Thespions would not have been able to produce such successful performances as were put on during the school year. "Ever Since Eve," a three-oct ploy, three one-oct ploys "Widow's Plight," "Antic Spring, and "Wonder Hot, and anothe r three-oct ploy "The Seven Keys to Baldpate," were the productions of this year. The aim of every good dramatic club member i s to be promoted to the honor of being a Thespian. The Thespians are a notiona l organization and C H S is proud to have one of its troupes in the schoo l. SO WHAT? MAN TO MAN. THE GANG'S ALL HERE. F orty two

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Who I a Shock I I I ? Family Portrait PRODUCTION "Ever Since Eve" I guess I know Forry rhree

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L a P. A S. The La Pas Club is a moving factor in promoting the good-neighbor pol icy between the United States and the Republ i c of Panama. This organization is made up of students with a "B" or better average in Spanish, and with this interest in the language is coupled furth9r practice in speak i ng Spanish and the association with official s from the Republ ic. The students shown here with their sponsor, Mrs. Phyllis Spencer, are Front row: A l ex lim, Ethel Coul ter, Peggy Baggott, Elaine Sull ivan, A l vin lim. Second row: Lorell e Fontaine, Eddie Aanstoos, Anna Marie Chase, Marjorie lindstrom, Ermine Will ett, E leanor Chambless. Standling, left to right: Susie Fahnestock, Charleen H e llums, jim G ilder, Carl Brunner, Frances Conover, Will iam Pretto, Martin Kenziorek, Bobby Sull ivan, julio Wong Claude Campbell jack Shul te. Other members of the Club were not present on the day the picture was taken Forly four

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The fVor Clouds Gro'llJ Bla c k e r Long before Pearl Harbor, the students and teachers of Cri stobal High Schoo l faced the fact that our country would soon enter this global conflict and that our pert in the most terrible of all wars would be important. When the 8th of December 1941 come, a tense and somewhat subdued student body filed into classrooms to face unsmiling teachers, who realized that, but for the grace of God, a second Pearl Harbor might have been enacted here. The weeks passed. The tenseness gave way to on almost feverish activity in Civilian Defense and Red Cross work in cUrriculum changes -new courses added, old ones dropped. Sandbags were fdled, air-raid drills began, the enrollment drapped. With the beginning of thIS school year, a much shrunken student body returned to classes behind the barricade and schoo l "kept" much as usual, on the surface of things. Come the representatives of the U. S. Army to instruct students in the use of gas masks. Come the local fire chiefs to train boys for fire fighters. Come radical changes in instruction: The faculty was reduced; boys talked of "link Trainers" in connection w ith their Aeronautics course; girls appeared in overalls, proud to belong to the small feminine contingent in Auto-Mechanics; Househol d Arts students spoke learnedly on "using l eft-overs" for tomorrow's dinner, and making a dress out of "scraps of goods;" the Airplane Club displayed lis models and proudly wore their new insignia; PhySICS become Electrlclly; and the quiet was disturbed by the Morse Code coming from the closs in Radio. By the spring of '43 the war was so much a part of the li fe of the schoo l that it was on accepted item in the doily fore. As this graduating class leaves the halls of the schoo l its members continue confidently to the next steps necessa r y for the winning of the war. For whatever the future ho l ds, they are ready.

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F o rty six Gas Mask Dnll "Tears, idle tears l We caughed, we choked, and we wept copious tears not for the mament, but far part of the morn ing, and we wer e glad to weep under these circumstances. The U. S. Army sent us lieutenant Polizzi, Sergeant McChesney, and Corporal Morgan to teach the students of C. H S. haw to wear gas masks, how to differentiate between the various gases which Schickelgruber or Toio might send over, and how to treat the resulting iniuries shou l d this calamity befall us. First, we had a lesson in wearing the masks and we all resemb led the handsome group pictured above. The girl s bemoaned the mussed-up hair because of the adiustment of straps and the boys, thei r momentary lass of Clark Gable qualities, but this was only in fun. Underneath the real mask and the air of bravado were quickened heart-beats and a very uncomfortable realization that the war was ver y clase. The vis it to the gas chamber was most enlightening because we entered wearing the mask, removed this protection fo r a few minutes, on l y, and emerged into the fresh air again w ith tears streaming from our eyes. We mopped away with our kerchiefs and went back to classes.

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W. Metzger; N Hooper; E. Foster; B. DavIs; B. Nolli T. GregorYi A. LIm; D. Hendricks; L Keller; Mr T HOlz. Pre-flig/;t A e r o)Jautic s This year something new has been added to the curriculum of Cristobal High: Pre-F l ight Aeronautics. This course IS p'!oted, locally, by Mr. Hotz. Members of the class are Senior boys who have met many of the reqUirements for entrance Into the Army Air Corps. Much time is spent In the classroom on problems on the theory and groundwork in Aeronautics. Similar courses are offered In schools allover the United States, but few schools are as fortunate as we are In being so near to an Army flYing field With such a cooperative personnel. Weekly highlights are the triPS to France Field and the Instruction from the peopl e who "really know their stuff." Everyone flew the link Trainer "under the hood" With varying results. This was "E pluribus unum" for the students, who discussed thoroughly with Army flyers such fie lds as aerodynamics, navigation, radio range communication, weather, and instr umen ts. At the conclusion of the year the fellows took the Civil Air AdminIStrator examination for a certificate of aeronautical knowledge. Students' ambllions? eyou guessed it!) "Take 'em up and keep 'em flyingl" Farly seven

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Fir e -Fi ght ers The residents of the Gold Coost are now insured against all fire hazards, because of the fine training some of the Senior boys hove received in FHe Fight ing. After being soaked and sploshed knocked and dashed with the flre.flght. In9 equipment used by the young "flreeoters" the boys flnolly emerged first doss fife men. Mr. R L Clark, fire-bug No. 1, led his dauntless men Inlo the thick of oclion. The Singed Seniors" ore now on call for any emergency which may anse CHS is proud of lIs fire squad, and hopes there will be more ocllon In this field In yeors 10 come F o rty eight Radio Those doily ghostly screeches were nol groons of despair but hopeful 01-tempts of beginners to transmit InlernoIional Morse Code. In February, CHS began !he Radio Code Course under the direc!ion of Mr. Poul J. Evancoe, a former sea-going radiO operator. EqUipment was secured from the Army Signal Corps by the Schools' Division. Starting With a "howler," the class picked up speed and accuracy unt:! many students sent and received at least 10 words a minute by June. Before thiS semester ended, class members were permitted to VISit nearby Army and Navy pasts to observe radiO Installahonsaboord airplanes, ships, and shore stations

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MODEL AEROPLANE CLUB The Model Aeroplane Club wos or ganized Morch 1942, for Ihe purpose of supplying model OIrplanes for the Army, Navy, or civ.lion use. In October 1942, Ihe group of 40 members was cuI 10 20. The Club now hos only 9 members, but one, Robert Marquard, hos ,Dined the Navy as on on apprentice-learner, retaining life membership in the Club. The Navy hos awarded Poul Kinney and Noel Gibson, Jr., emblems for the large numbers of models rhey hove completed. Others hove completed one or more planes for thevonousorgonizallons. Two dollars In defense stomps was given for eoch model completed Aher the officers of the Navy inspected the completed plones, they chose cerlOln models 10 be used by their personnel for plone .dentlficatlon classes. The resl of the planes were laken by the Army officers for similar training The Atlantic Madel Aeroplane Club had as their goal at leasl 100 model planes to be completed and accepted by either Ihe Army or Navy by June 7, of thiS year. In answer to the call for scale-model planes needed by the Army and Navy for aucraft Identification, Mr. Glbsan's Atlantic Madel Aeroplane Club. was formed shortly after the United Siaies entered the present world conAlct Mr. Gibson and the club designed on especially attractive red, white, and io.IRQS140 blue emblem, which is to be presented to a member when he hos finished three model planes. The qualifications for receipt of Ihe awards are high. The awards are given only to those members who are In good standing With the Club, and rules for membership are strict. All dues must be paid; no more than three of the precedIng 12 meetings may have been missed; Improvements must have been shown In model making and In addition to these reqUirements each member must gather outSide Information for the Club. AUTO MECHANICS There IS dlrly work gOing on In thiS school and girls have a hand In II. You never saw such grease-smeared fa ces and shirts as adorn the feminine fourth of the Auto-Mechanics Class ThiS new class was Introduced at the beginning of Ihe second semester and was received with much enthUSiasm by the students Interested In mechanical work. Five girlS, With 15 boys, worked In the shop for two periods dally, learning from books and actual experience With motors what It IS that makes a machine tick They have token apart and rearrcnged the motors of automobdes, some times pulling the wrong piece In place. But we all learn from experience, and they learned, enjoyed themselves while they learned, and left at the end of the year, haVing gained a conSiderable amount o f knowledge o f AUla-MechaniCS. We should have some good warworkers as a result of thiS course BOlh boys and girls are being conSidered f o r lobs as "mechanic-helpers" With the Canal and will demonstrate, thiS summer, the good which thiS course has done the students. Forty nine

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Libr[lJ )I ThIS page IS devoted to a group of "unsung heroes and heroines" who serve Cristobal High School well and fallhfully, receiving no schoo l credll for the labor. They give up their study hall p,"nods to work In the library, for approximately five hours per week. Each year M,ss jeanne Brown, the librarian, asks for vo lunt eers to serve as librarian-helpers, and each year she has had a ready response. There are many reasons why the students want to work In the library. It is a beautiful and restful room overlooking the bay. It is lined with 5,000 books on all subiects and subscribes to many interesting magazines and newspapers. These helpers learn the Dewey-decimal system which enables them to asSiSt In the work at the desk and to help other students find needed matenals. The schoo l IS very fortunate In haVing a well-trained librarian I n M,ss jeanne Brown, who, in addition to her M. A. In English from the Unlverslly of M,ssoun, holds a librarian's certificate from the Unlverslly of Washington. The group of asSIStants pictured here are: joy Randall, R ose Marie Kenny, Margaret Goodwill, Gloria Bornefeld, Marilyn Metzger, Marie Arick, Barbara McClure, jean Kane, Pauline Schnftgiesser, Reed Mcilvaine, and Humbe rto Leignadier.

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"B" League Swimming Team F,fty four "A" League Basketball All-Stars Mary Margaret Davis-Captain "B" League tasketball All-Stars Nancy Gilder-Captain Girls' Sports "A" League Swimming Team

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With a C, with a C, with a C-R-I With an I with an I with an I-S-T W ith a T, with a T, with a T-O-B With a B, with a B, with a B-A-L CRISTOBAL "Are yau ready?" Thi s famil iar phrase fallawed by H eck, yes," was very common duri ng the football season. With spirited cooperation fram the Pep Squad cheers were raised many limes to lead the boys on to victory. This year the cheer leaders were composed of two seniors, Barbara Dyer and Donna Hansen, ane sophomore, Barbara Johnson, a freshman, Albta Joudry, and Pally Leach, a seventh grader, wha strulled her stuff as majorelle. Often they, with the help of the Pep Squad, spurred the Team on. Neatly dressed In the traditional school colors of CHS, the cheer leaders kept that good o l d schoo l spirit high. So give a cheer for the cheer leaders! ,. 11 11

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SPORT F L A S H E S

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FOOTBALL C H JOHnny HAYWOOD T A m H P m 0 A 1942 CAPTAin n 1 9 4 2 SCHEDULE n CRIS TOBAL HIGH 6 I 7 0 7 20 BALBOA HIGH o 1 0 I 6 0 I I 6 CRIS T O BAL HI G H o 0 14 C Z J UNI O R COLLEGE o 0 0 13 13 Ftfry seven

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C HS, 1 2 CHS, 3 2 Ft. Gulick, 0 Ft. Sherman, 6 C HS, 25 C H S 0 Ft. Gulick, 6 Ft. Sherman, 0 C HS, 25 C H S 45 Ft. Gulick, 6 Ft. Sherman, 0 C HS, 50 C H S 2 0 Balboa w. B.,1 2 Gamboa, 0 Fifty elghl

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It 0 ( ... -I 2 3 ... 5 b ? R H E CRISTOBAL J 0 0 0 0 I 2 4 6 BALBOA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

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l. Haywood 5ncly J Kane R. P erry P Kinney F Conover 1943 ALL STARS BALL ONEI THE PITCH B J ohnson

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C H s. 151s 2ncls 3rds 4 3 Total Points 39 8. H. s. 1515 2ncls 3rds 8 7 T 0101 POints 70 HIGH HURDLES Track 440 YARD RELAY 220 YARD LOW HURDLES 100 YARD LOW HURDLES 220 YARD DASH 880 YARD RUN Sixty one

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Field GOI DISCUS HIG H JUMP OBSTACLE RACE 440 Y ARD RELAY 51)(fy two

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FreshJJtanSOphOl1tOrC Brow/ Sixty three

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Sixty four Gas rationing The Three Stooges. Overtime . Sweet Daydreams .. Smile Girls. .7 .7 P S Love Balboa Won AAAAHHH. Cup:d Strode. G otun, Man

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Mad SClenlists Wake up Closs Time Great game Egadl How did that picture get here? The Edllor and Pals Lonesome? ?? Unda Cold? ? ? In Panama ....... Toothpaste Smdes ..... CrIStobal Beauties DYl'r?? I can't believe it MR9S1 40---9 Sixty f1ve

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Grelnlin Troubl e The Caribbean Siaff w ishes 10 express Iheir regrels 10 all sludenls who a r e nol pleased wilh Ihe yearbook, Ihis year. Maybe you Ihink your face should have been plaslered aboul a lillie more bUI because of Ihe Gremlins we have had Irouble in gelling Ihe necessary films. These lillie "Disney" crealures have done damage beyond words. They have pul ideas in Ihe heads of some of Ihe Seniors, so Ihal Ihese "persnikilY" classmales refuse 10 have Iheir liknesses in our yearbook. They Ihe Gremlins, have lorn up our negalives, hidden valuable pholos, deslroyed our gloss prinls, and lickled Ihe noses of Ihe sludenls whil e Iheir piclures were being laken. II is said Ihal only pi 1015 and people who can fly see Ihese lillie miles, bUI il cerlainl y seems Ihal some of Ihe Gremlins have decided 10 adoPI Ihe Irade of prinlers and pholographers because we surely have seen enough of Ihem in Irying 10 pul oul Ihis book. Who are Ihese people? They are a slrange Iribe of lilli e men who came from Ihe cold wei foresls of England. Under Ihe dark Irees, and in Ihe s limy swamps, lived Ihis clan of fairies. They have lillie horns growing oul of Iheir heads and red, pudgy faces, and Ihey wear funny clolhes which Ihey make oul of l eaves sewed 10-gel her wilh long shools of grass. The oddesl Ihing aboul Ihem is Ihal Ihey wear suclions s hoes so Ihey slick 10 everylhing Ihey louch. You probably Ihink Ihal Ihere are only boy Grem lins, bUI you are mislaken. The girls are called Fifinellas and a young Fifinella is a Flipperly-Gibbel, whil e a young G remlin is called a Widgel. These cule lillie crealures eal on l y used poslage slamps, so if anyone has any o ld ones, conlribulions are gladly accepled. You see, we are Irying 10 lame Ihese fairies so Ihal nexl year, everylhing will be in order for Ihe nexl Caribbean Siaff, and Ihe more used poslage slamps, Ihe eaSier Ihe lask We have succeeded in laming Ihe G remlin s you see piclured in Ihis Caribbean. They have added 10 Ihe appearance of our book and have Iruely been a help. II lusl goes 10 show Ihal Ihere is bad and good in everylhing, even Grem lin s SIxty six

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Ollr fri e n ds, the adl' ertiscrs w i t hout whos e h elp this book would have been an Impossl-bi Ii tv . I I I I l_ Six l y seven

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smART Bolivar 7087 Telephone 165-J Sixty eight Exclusive seiler the dresses designed in the Best Fashion Centers the United States. Graduation and Wedding Dresses ordered upon request.

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Compliments of Wong Chang, S. A. Ferreteria COLON Phone 303 P A l Pho n e 1193 Now More for :\IR ()SI 40 -1O R EMEM B E R Fuller Brushes J. J. ECKER Jr. B a lboa Ave. 7 037 Phone 381 Compliments of Powell's Garage Co lon, R. P. Agents for Panama TAGAROPULOS S. A. Colon, Rep. de Panama SIXly nine

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COMPLIMENTS OF MIGUEL TANG French Drug Store V. DELGADO M. FRANK G. CAIN Manager H ome D elive ry from 7 :30 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. PHONE 160 COLON,R. P Sevenll COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. Donald Dickerson YOUR VALET PHONE EXCELSIOR ,,6 Federico Boyd Ave. -between 14 & IsColon DRYCLEANERS Work Called for and Delivered Special Attention to Linen Suits Office -loth St. Colon Theat r e B ldg. COMPLIMENTS OF VICTOR FONG

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Robert Wilcox & Co./ Inc. General Commission Merchants Agents THE HOME INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK FIRE INSURANCE Box 115 Colon Phone 48 Colon COMPLIMENTS OF mOTTA STORES SPORTSWEAR FRENCH PERFUMES LINENS AND SILKS "Seven Day Smartness" Panama Colon THE BESTFIT CO. Manufacturers of MEN' S and YOUNG MEN' S CLOTHES SUMMER SUITS IRISH LINEN CRASH Colon, R P 11th Street ALmACEn ELECTRICO Jose Jaen J. Y Cia Ltda. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REFRIGERA TORS HARDWARE Phon e 333 P O. Box 33 Colon R P COMPLIMENTS OF THE miAmi SHOP Front Street, Colon DELICIOUS SANDWICHES SODAS and SUNDAES BLUE PLATE SPECIALS served da i I y "Where all the Gang meets" Seventy one

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C. CASULLO a n d J EWELE R +5: \ Front Stree t C olo n R P "1\11 DO" MU LTI FOR T SUP E R A UT01\fA TIC W A TCH T h e Lasting Gift f o r G r adua ti o n A. L. Livingston T rucking Contract o r B ox 2 +25 Crist. Pho n e 3-2+P COi\IPUi\lENTS O F Col o n Seventy two FOTO ANDRE We hav e the same quality here a s in Panama. Oppo site th e Commissa r y

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BOMBAY BAZAR Primal & Sons French Perfumes Panama Hats World Wide Variety Merchandise COLON, REP. OF PANAMA COMPLIMENTS OF "LA AURORA" THE ESQUIRE STATIONERY MAGAZINES PERIODICALS WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS NOVELTIES Colon, R P Tel. 336 GEORGE PEARTE (Mgr) COMPLIMENT S OF FRENCH BAZAR COLON R. P. UNITED FRUIT COMP ANY GREAT WHITE FLEET SERVES THE AMERICA S Offices UNITED FRUIT Co. BUILDING CRISTOBAL Phones 2121 1753 CENTURY CLUB PANAMA CITY Panama 523 524 Seven t y three

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BEAUT Y P R EPARATIOns From H E l E n a R ub E n s tEin PAR I S B A ZAR CO L O N Compliments o f W W Gould InsurancE C o Mason i c T empl e C ompli m ent s o f CARLTo n H OTEL Col on R P CEntral AmErican Plumbing Supply Co. Panama and Colon Wis h EVEr y SUCCESS t o t h E G r aduat i n g Class o f 1 94 3 PA NAMA A venue P e r u N o 9 Phone 249 P O Box 724 S e v enty f ou C O L O N 3 r d Street & Central A v e Phone 4 P O. Box 108

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"Congratulations" C lass of '43 Gorin's Mattress Factory P GORIN, Manager, "CHS", 40 6011 Bo livar Avenue S ee G o rin' s f o r the BEST IN REST" Manufacturers of the highes t g r ade o f bedding. Compliments o f JULIO SALAS Dis tributors of PHILIPS RADIOS . DECCA RECORDS Compliments o f BAZAR KRESH STAT IO NERY OFFICE SUPPLIES NOVELT IES SCHOO L SUPPLIES Front Street Co lon Compliments of rr. c. SULLIVAN & SONS GENERAL DISTRIBUTO R S OF Ind ustrial Synthetics House Paints and Allied Prod ucts P O BOX 2206 Cristobal, C. Z CABLE ADD R ESS Sulpaint Seventy five

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JOHn SURAny Formerly J. V. BEvErho udt Front Street Colon MAGAZINES, BOOKS, OFFICE AND Compliments of THE AmERICAn BAZAR H oberdoshers ond Toilors to Men o f Goo d Toste." Panama Col o n PHOTO SUPPLIES, GAMES, FARmACIA REX NOVELTIES, SPORTI NG GOODS PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULL Y COMPOUNDED Agent for Remington Rand Inc., w. A. Sheaffer Pen Co. PATENT MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS Bol ivar Avenue 10th Street Colan, R P J. mlZRACHI JEWELER WATCHmAKER EnGRAVER & EXPERT DIAmonD SETTER SATI SFACTIO N G U A R ANTEED Fron t St nExt t o FrEnch Bazar Pho n E 345 Colon S eventy six

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Compliments of DIERS & ULLRICH mARGARITA FLORES Docia m Hodges Masonic T emple LA ISLA de CUBA Drapery English linens Silks Cotton Fancy Piece Goods COLO N R P HOTEL WASHinGTOn Unequalled for Location and Comfort A Hotel in beeping with the dignity, spirit and comfort of THE PAnAmA CAnAL Golf -Swimming Water Sports Tarpon fishing Seventy seven

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RADIO CEnTER Distributors of (,,) R C A Victor Produ c t s ( I ) GEnEral ElEctric Product s Statio nEry, OfficE Sup -pliEs, Boob CONGRATULATI O N S CLASS 43" Com pliments o f STERLInG'S GARAGE Main Store 1 4th Street and Bo l ivar Ave. Com pl iments of PAnAmA BAZAAR Col on, R P Comp l iment s of nOVEDADES VEnTURA Fron t S treet Col an Seventy e i ; hl

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If you are looking for A GIFT don't forget to pay us a visit The native Art & Gift Shop Prop. MRS. H SHAW Colon 45 Front Street national mattress Factory melendez Avenue Between 10th & 11 th Street. Colon R P novedades Atlantico Complete Assortments of SILKS LINENS NOVELTIES THE RELIABLE STORE 58 Front Street Colon, R P Shirley Temple Bazaar "High Grade Dress material" COLON COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. VERn PRIER Sevenly nine

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1l1odern Youtl, a nd The Bibl e The days through which we are passing seem to be fateful days. In some ways the future is uncertain. At the same time the future is largely in the hands of the youth of today. Therefor e, what youth does, today and tomorrow, will have a telling effect for generations to come. Things are in a plastic stage now; old institutions, ways, and customs are being changed. If the change is to be for the beller, there must be careful thought, keen insight, moral and spiritua l principles brought into p l ay. The l eaders in other days in our western work were steeped in Scripture. In former generations men read and knew their Bibles, and at periods of crisis such men gave leadership and guidance. Cromwell, Wilberforce, Washington, and lincol n are only a few men that might be named. As leaders of other times received light and learning from the Book, so may modern youth, the l eaders of tomorrow Youth is idealistic and has a natural des i re to do someth i ng worthy and con structive in life. In the book of Books, is pictured the outstanding idealist of all time, the young man Jesus of Nazareth, and the cha llenge that he gave to remake the world may furnish the task which modern youth is seeking. Again youth needs inspiration to great daring and nobl e personal living. Others have found it and I gladly testify that I have found it in the pages of earth's greatest bookthe Bib l e. AMOS ALONZO STAGG (A national figure in football for almost 50 years) The Bible isA world book The world's best seller The world's most read book The world's most quoted book The world's most translated book. The American Bible Society Was founded in 1816. In 125 years distributed 305,599,217 copies of the Scriptures in 254 languages and in more than 40 countries. In 1941 distributed 8,098,977 copies. In 1941 distributed 1,361,019 copies of Scriptures in Latin America. The Caribb e an Age ncy With headquarters at the Bible House, Cristobal, Canal Zone, is one of the 1 2 F o r e ign Agencies of the American Bible Soc i ety.

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AUTOGRAPHS Eighty one

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AUTOGRAPHS Eig hty two

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AUTOGRAPHS Eighty three

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AUTOGRAPHS Eig hty f ou r

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AUTOG R APHS Eighty five

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History

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JEANNE BROWN


PAUL J. EVANCOE


SOPHIE D. McLIMANS


Spanish
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U. S. H.story
American Problems
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Sponsor, La Pas Club


Biology
Chemistry


English, Journalism
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KENNETH W. VINTON


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and is the most democratic agency in our school. It is composed of
two representatives of each class, president, vice-president, secre-
tary, and treasurer. The last four officers are elected by the popular
vote of the pupils of Cristobal High School.

This group helps to make the rules which regulate the school
activities, and they bring before the student body new ideas for
the betterment of the school.

This year they have had an especially hard job. They have had
to turn into magicians to get money out of the hat because the
treasury was very much depleted. The school's population has
shrunken to less than one half of its former size. Thus, the dues of
the organization have decreased materially, and at first it seemed
that many activities would have to be curtailed. In spite of this the
Student Association has been able to sponsor class picnics,
operetta, "Trade Wind", the yearbook "Caribbean", Christmas
Pageant, Upper-Classmen Banquet, Athletic events, class dances,
Scrap Iron Ball, Music Festival, and High School Plays.

The Student Association owes much to the advice and guidance
of its sponsors, Mr. Hauberg and Miss Beavers.

The Students who have helped to direct the destinies of the
school this year are: Tommy Gregory, President, Ada Lee Sullivan,
Vice-President, Rose Marie Kenny, Secretary; Gladys Rubio,
Treasurer,- Donna Hansen and Alfred Muschett, and Jack Dovel,
Senior Representatives; Mickie McCoy and Oscar Bilyeu, Junior
Representatives; Joy Randall and Charles McGinn, Sophomore
Representatives; and Jean Kuller and Kenneth Campbell, Fresh-
man Representatives.

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made a profit of $200 before the play "Seven Keys to Baldpate,"
was produced. That play netted a tidy sum to help defray the
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"brawl" . the opening dance . lines at the fountains
"No talking in the library" . S. A. elections . Mr. Rice
Class meetings . the Christmas Pageants . music festivals
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our new principal, Dr. Stickler . being late dur-
moron jokes . the Pep Squad . rides
aeronautics . cokes at the Clubby . the
"practice" air-raids . wild dashes through
. "Macbeth" . Scrap Iron Ball . the Trade
health class . "love affairs" . the death of
the Victory Corps . the gas-mask drill . Honor
Society induction . squeaky huaraches . the Thespian Club

semester exams . the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom . the
Graduation Exercises



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Tennis 1; Football 3; Softball 3,- Volunteer Fireman 4; Chairman of Deco-
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'O, be my friend, and teach me to be thine!"



LINDA APPIN



Colon, Republic of Panama



Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 1; La P. A. S. Club 3-4; "Trade Wind" staff
4; "Caribbean" staff 4; Victory Corps 4.



"May your joy be as deep as the ocean,
Your trouble as light as its foam."



LOUIS KELLER

Colon, Republic of Panama

Victory Corps 4; Volunteer Fire-Fighter 4.

"Not a better man was found by the Crier on his round."



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ROBERT JOHNSON



General



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania



Football 2-3-4; Baseball 2-3-4,- Basketball 2-3-4; Softball 2-3-4; Glee
Club 2-3-4; Dramatic Club 4; Track 4; Volunteer Fire-Fighter 4; Victory
Corps.

"Man is a mere character in a comedy.



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GLADYS RUBIO



1943



Bluefields, Nicaragua



Academic



Secretary of Freshman Class 1; Sophomore Representative 2; Vice-presi-
dent of Student Council 3; Treasurer of Student Council 4, Secretary of
Student Council 2, Glee Club 1-2-3; La P. A. S. 3; Biology Club 2,- "Trade
Wind" staff 4; "Caribbean" staff 4; Orchestra 1; Victory Corps 4.

"For men may come and men may go, but I go on forever.




THOMAS GREGORY



Academic



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Colon, Republic of Panama

Basketball 2-4, Baseball 3-4 ; Football 3-4; Softball 3-4; Track 3-4
Students' Advisory Council 4; Band 1-2-3-4; Dramatic Club 1-2, Thes
pians 3-4; Biology Club 2; Volunteer Fireman 4; Junior Class President 3
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee 3; Student Association President 4
Operetta 3, Victory Corps 4, "Trade Wind" staff 4; "Caribbean" staff 4



A little wit had pleased me more by half,
I didn't come to learn, I came to laugh.



AVANELL BARKER



Academic



Tampa, Florida



Dramatic Club 1-2-3; Thespians 3-4; Glee Club 1-2-4; La P. A. S. 4; Tennis
2; Operetta 2-4; Victory Corps 4; Softball 1-3-4, Basketball 1-4; Literary
Society Secretary 1

"When a man loves the beautiful, what does he desire 7 That the beautiful

be his!"




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BELDEN DAVIS



General




Nettleton, Mississippi

Fcotball 3-4; Swimming 4, Baseball 3-4; Softball 4, Victory Corps 4.



'Absence of occupation is not rest,
A mind vacant is a mind distress d.



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ARTHUR DIAZ



C. H. S.



San Juan, Puerto Rico



Manager "B" League Sports 3-4; Dramatic Club 1,- Thespians 1-2-3-4,
Vice-President and Acting President 4; Sophomore Vice-President 2; Fire
Fighters 4, Victory Corps 4.



"I have drunken deep with joy
And I shall taste no other wine.



JACK DOVEL, Jr.



Academic



Woodbury, New Jersey

Swimming 4; "Hi Y" 2-3; Dramatic Club 2-4; Thespian 4; Volunteer
Fireman 4; Student Council 2-4, Senior Dance Committee 4; Victory Corps 4.



Rejoice in thy youth, rejoice
in thy fresh growth, and in the
young life that is within thee.



BARBARA DYER



Academic



Washington, D. C.



Cheer Leader 4; "Caribbean" Make-up Editor 4; "Tradewind" Ex-
change Editor 4; Victory Corps 4.



She is pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk with."




BLANCA FACDOL



Academic



Panama, Republic of Panama



Orchestra 1-2-3,- Basketball 1-2, Tennis 1-2, Softball 1-3-4; Volleyball
1-2-3; Archery 1; Soccer 1; VictoryCorps 4; "Tradewind" Staff 4; "Carib-
bean" Staff 4; Glee Club 1.



'Oh, you flavor everything,- you are the vanilla of society.



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1943



GLORIA INGRAM



General



Colon, Republic of Panama



Volleyball 3-4,- Student Representative 1-3,- Dramatic Club 1,- La P. A. S.
3; Glee Club 1-2-4,- Victory Corps 4.



"With rosy cheeks and flaxen curls,
And sparkling eyes and teeth like pearls.'



ERNEST TERRY



Southampton, New York

Football 4, Victory Corps 4.



Once in a thousand years
A perfect character appears.



RUSSELL PERRY



Academic



Hammond, Indiana



Softball 4; Baseball 4; Victory Corps 4; Auxiliary Fireman 4, Vice-Presi-
dent of Inter-American Discussion Group 3; Dramatic Club 3-4; Thespian
Club 4.



"Oh, the freshness, the honesty, the vigor of a boy's heart!'



CLARA JILLSON



Academic



Colton, California



Drill Team 1-2, Baseball 3-4; Latin Club 2; Basketball 4; "Tradewind"
Editor 4; "Caribbean" Editor 4; Archery 3, Glee Club 3-4,- Victory Corps
4; Operetta 3.



"Lips where smiles go in and out."




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JOSE CALABRIA Academic

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Vice-President Honor Society 4, Biology Club 2; Victory Corps 4.



'I'll do the best that I may do
While I have power to stand."



ANNA HAVAS Academic

Kaposvar, Hungary
Glee Club 1-2,- La P. A. S. 2-3-4; Dramatic Club 4; Victory Corps 4.



'Her face is like the Milky Way in the sky,
A meeting of gentle lights without name."



JULIO WONG



Academic



Colon, Republic of Panama



Student Advisory Council 4; Victory Corps A, National Honor Society
3-4, Secretary 4; Photo Club Treasurer 3; La P. A. S. 1-2-3-4,- Latin-
American Discussion Club President 4, Biology Club 9., Vice President
Math Club 3, "Caribbean" and "Tradewind" Photographer, Assistant
Business Manager 4; Volunteer Fireman 4.



A scholar knows nothing of boredom.



DONNA HANSEN



Norfolk, Nebraska



Glee Club 1; Chorus 1; Girl Reserves 1, Volleyball 4, La P. A. S. 4 ;
National Honor Society 4; Cheer Leader 4, Student Council 4; Student
Representative 4; "Tradewind" Exchange Editor 4; "Caribbean" Make-up
Editor 4; Varsity Club 4, Victory Corps 4.

"Her sparkling eye doth wrench a sigh from those who are around her.



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EULA MAE CALLAWAY



General



Ancon, Canal Zone



Cheer Leader 1; Vice-President of Class 1 ,- Glee Club 1-2-4; Secretary-
Treasurer of Class 2; Vice-President and Acting President of Class 4;
Volleyball 4; Biology 2, Victory Corps 4.



"After man came woman . and
she has been after him ever since."



JAMES COFFEY



Academic




Colon, Republic of Panama



Football 3-4; Biology Club 2; Victory Corps 4 ; Baseball 3-4; Softball 3-4,
Track 3-4; Basketball 4.



'Whose wit, in the combat, as gentle as bright,
Ne'er carried a heart-stain away on its blade.



DORIS BROWN



Academic



Ancon, Canal Zone



Biology Club 2; Victory Corps 4; Latin American Discussion Club 4; Glee
Club 1-2; Dramatic Club 2.



Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety.



LESLIE MAYBERRY



Academic



Farmington, Missouri



Football 3-4; Basketball 3-4; Track 4,- Baseball 4,- Softball 4; Dramatic Club
4; Treasurer of Class 4; Victory Corps 4.



And dreamed and rested from his labors.




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C. H. S.



HELEN HERMAN



Academic



Colon, Republic of Panama

Basketball 2, Victory Corps 4.



"Helen, thy beauty is to me
Like those Nicean barks of yore.''



FRANK LINDSTROM



General



Bismark, North Dakota

Football 4,- Victory Corps 4.
"He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat.



LUCILE SMITHIES Academic

Colon, Republic of Panama

Band 1-2; Orchestra 1-2; Softball 1; Biology Club 2,- Victory Corps 4.
"As merry as the day is long."



HERBERT CHENALLOY

Colon, Republic of Panama

Victory Corps 4.
"Hitch your wagon to a star and soar to wondrous heights.



General



Twenty



1943



ERNEST PRUDHOM



Vocational






Ancon, Canal Zone

Football 3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Track 3-4; Basketball 3-4; Fire Fighters 4,-
Victory Corps 4.

"I am as free as nature's first made man
'Ere the base laws of servitude began.



WILBUR WHITE, Jr.



General



Pottsville, Pennsylvania



Football 3-4; La P. A. S. 3-4; Math. Club 3, Victory Corps 4; Baseball
3-4; Softball 3; Basketball 3; Track 3.

"This above all; to thine own self be true."




RAYMOND GILL



General



Merchantville, New Jersey

Print Club 1, "Hi-y" 1-2, Football 1-2-3-4; Baseball 2-3, Track 3; Softball
2-3; Swimming 3; Basketball 2-3-4; Victory Corps 4.

"Let that bright flame of youth burn forever and never let it die.'




WILLIAM METZGER



Academic



Panama, Republic of Panama

Band 1-2-3; Orchestra 1-2-3-4; Glee Club 1-2; Photo Club 3, National
Honor Society 3-4; Victory Corps 4.



'Rather than love, than fame, than money, give me tru



truth."




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STEWART SETHER



Academic



Brooklyn, New York

Victory Corps 4.
"An affable and courteous gentleman.



LORELLE FONTAINE Academic

Woodbury, New Jersey

Glee Club 4 ; Victory Club 4, French Club 3, La P. A. S. 3-4 ; Basketball 4.
"Oh, the world's running over with joy."



NATHAN HOOPER



Academic



Colon, Republic of Panama



Photo Club 2-3; Victory Corps 4; Math. Club 3; "Caribbean" Photo-
grapher 4; Swimming 4, Water Polo 2, Auxiliary Fireman 4.



I laugh, for hope hath happy place with me,
If my bark sinks, 'tis to another sea."



LEO WILKES



Academic



Colon, Republic of Panama

Fire Fighter 4; Biology Club 2; Victory Corps 4.



There are many wonderful things in nature,
but the most wonderful of all is man."



Twenty two



194 3



ELTON FOSTER



Mobile, Alabama

Football 4, Photo Club 2-3; Victory Corps 4.



'Give me interminable eyes give me women-
give me comrades and lovers by the thousand!



GEORGE STUMPF



Colon, Republic of Panama

Swimming 3, Victory Corps 4.



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



ALFRED MUSCHETT



Colon, Republic of Panama



General



General



General



Football 3 ; Dramatic Club 1; Water Polo 2; Orchestra 1-2-3-4; "A"
League Manager 3-4; Junior-Senior Banquet Committee 3, Glee Club
1-2; Thespian Society 1-2-3-4; Band 1-2-3-4, La P. A. S. Club 3-4, Class
Representative 4,- Secretary of Class 3; Class Representative 2.



"For man is man and master of his fate.





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ROBERT PARKER



Colon, Republic of Panama

Football 4; Track 3-4; Victory Corps 4.
"Silence is more eloquent than words.




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DONALD HENDRICK, Jr.



Academic



Colon, Republic of Panama



Orchestra 1-2-3-4; Band 1-2-3, Glee Club 1-2,- Photo Club 1-2-3; Secre-
tary 3; Swimming 1-2; Golf team 3, Math. Club 3; Biology Club 2; Water
Polo 1-2; Victory Corps 4.



At learning's fountain it is sweet to drink,
But 'tis a nobler privilege to think"



ALEXANDER LIM



Vocational



Bocas del Toro, Republic of Panama



Football 3, Softball 3; La P. A. S. 1-2-3-4, President 4; Glee Club 1-2-3;
Biology Club 2, Math. Club 3; Swimming 2; Volunteer Fireman 4; Victory
Corps 4.



"Joking decides great things,
Stronger and better oft than earnest can.




OSWALD HEILBRON, Jr. Academic

Colon, Republic of Panama

Volunteer Fire Fighter 4; Latin American Discussion Club 4; Victory Corps
4; Business Manager "Caribbean" 4; "Tradewind" Business Manager 4;
Senior Dance Committee 4.

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




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JEAN WARD General

Colon, Republic of Panama

La P. A. S. Club 3-4; Class Vice President 3; Victory Corps 4.



'Blue are her eyes as the fairy-flax,
Her cheeks like the dawn of day."



Twenty four



JAMES WAINIO



1943



Ancon, Canal Zone



President of Class 2-4,- Baseball 1-2-4; Softball 1-2-3; Basketball 1-2,
Swimming 1-2; Football 3-4; Track 3; Victory Corps 4.



"May you live as long as you like;
And have all you like as long as you live.'



ELEANOR CHAMBLESS



Academic



Calumet City, Illinois



Glee Club 1 ; Band 2-3-4,- La P. A. S. 3-4; Biology Club 2; National Honor
Society 3-4, President 4 ; Inter-American Discussion Club 4; Student Advi-
sory Committee 4, Junior-Senior Banquet 3.



'And more to her than gold or grain
The cunning hand and cultured brain.









BARBARA KOPERSKI



Los Angeles, California



General



Operetta 1-2-3-4; Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Volleyball 2-3-4, La P. A. S. 3-4;
Victory Corps 4.



Dark eyes are dearer far
Than those that mock
The hyacinth bell!"





JACK BAIN



Academic




Ancon. Canal Zone



Art Club 1-2; Tennis 1; "Tradewind" Staff 4; "Caribbean" Staff 4; Senior
Dance Committee 4; Clcss Night Committee 4; Class Present Committee 4;
Senior Commencement Committee 4.



"A light heart lives long."



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JESSE LEE BYRD, Jr. Academic

Colon, Republic of Panama

Swimming 2-4; Golf 1-2-3-4,- Victory Corps 4, Operetta 3-4;



Perseverance gains its meed,
And patience wins the race."



GLORIA COULTHARD



Panama, Republic of Panama

Band 1-2-3-4; Vicotry Corps 4.



'I think that I shall never scan
A tree as lovely as a man."



JOHN HAYWOOD



Mobile, Alabama



Soccer 1; Football 1-2-3-4; Softball 3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Track 1-2-3-4,
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Victory Corps 4.



"And looks the whole world in the face,
For he owes not any man."



MURIEL HOLMELIN



New York Ciry, New York



Volleyball 2-3-4; Basketball 3-4; Softball 3; Archery 3-4; Glee Club
1-2-3-4; Varsity Club 3-4; Dramatic Club 3-4; Biology Club 2; Victory
Corps 4.



"Here's to the love that lies in woman's eyes,
And lies . and lies . and lies!



Twenty six



194 3



{Absent Seniors)



RAYMOND SIMONS



General



Colon, Republic of Panama



Softball 1-2-3,- Baseball 4, Basketball 2-3, La P. A. S. 2-3-4; Biology
Club 2; Victory Corps A, Tennis 2.



'Write me as one who loves his fellow man.''



MILTON McCOY Vocational

Long Beach, California

Football 2-3-4; Track 4, Auxiliary Fireman 4, Victory Corps 4.



"Come and trip it as ye go,
On the light fantastic toe."




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Twenty eight




President
Vice President
Secretary-Treasurer



EDWARD AANSTOOS

. . MARTIN CAIN

. ELAINE SULLIVAN




Twenty nine




^Junior C/ass of "43



JAMES KANE
MARGARET BELDEN
DONALD NORTHRUP
MARTIN CAIN
JEAN SMITH



MARY M. DAVIS
OSCAR BILYEU
ANITA MARGULIS
ALEXANDER TAYLOR
JAMES KELLY



ROGER FORT
ROBERT TURNER
CONRAD HORINE
JOHN HALL
IRMA PATCHETT



MARJORIE UNDSTROM
ROBERT KEENAN
ERMINE W1LLETT
EUSEBIO LEE
FRED WHIPPLE



HOLLIS COLLINS
VEDAS BARKER
ROBERT SULLIVAN
RUTH BOZEMAN
CLAUDE CAMPBELL




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CATHERINE LUTRO
HARRY WEST



Junior Class



VICENTE VALLE
GRACE THOMAS
FRANCIS CONOVER

MARGARET WILLIAMS



HORTENSE McCOY
THOMAS HARRISON
VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN
GEORGE BARBER



JAMES GILDER
ANNA MARIE CHASE
RAFAEL BRINGAS
RAOUL THERIAULT




ADA LEE SULLIVAN
EDWARD AANSTOOS



SHIRLEY McCONNELL
ELAINE SULLIVAN



JANET DAGNALL
PATRICIA SNYDER



VIRGINIA NOBLES
PATRICIA KENNEDY



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CLASS OFFICERS

President BERT ST. GERMAIN Vice President ... EDMOND WACHTEL

Secretary MARY WHITE Treasurer .... WANDA HARRINGTON

Student Association Representatives ... JOY RANDALL, CHARLES McGINN





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BOYS



CHARLES ARNOLD
ROY ATWOOD
THEODORE BROWN
STARFORD CHURCHILL
RICHARD CONOVER
MARLIN CULPEPPER
MALCOLM DEL VALLE
WILLIAM FISHER
PATRICK GORMELY
EUGENE GREGG
HUGH HALE
CHARLES HANNA
JOHN HANSON



RICHARD HASKELL
EDDIE HOLGERSON
JACK KEANE
MARTIN KENDZIOREK
PAUL KINNEY
ROY KNOOP
BENJAMIN KULLER
ALVIN LIM
GEORGE MAHER
CHARLES McGINN
GARVYN MOUMBLOW
DONALD NALL
JOHN O'BRIEN



JOHN REILLY
HOWARTH ROWE



DANKWART SANDER
ALFRED SIMONSON



BERT ST. GERMAIN
EDMOND WACHTEL



MAX WEICH
ROBERT WOOD



GIRLS



GLORIA ASKOFF
ORELIA AUSTIN
MARGARET BAGGOTT
YOLANDA CALABRIA
ETHEL COULTER
JANIE SUE FAHNESTOCK
KATHRYN GATES
MILDRED GILL
MARGARET GOODWILL
WANDA HARRINGTON
DONNA HARROD
CHARLEEN HELLUMS
CAROL HENDRICK
MELIDA HOWARD




JESSIE HUNT
BARBARA JOHNSON
ROSE MARIE KENNY
LOIS KRIDLE
ANGELICA LIM
JOAN MILLSPAUGH
JEAN MULLENOX
BARBARA NOBLES
JEAN O'HAYER
NADINE PRIMMER
JOY RANDALL
LOIS STAPF
NORINE TERRY
MARY WHITE
ERIKA ZITZEWITZ



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BOYS



CABELL AKIN
Mac GONIGLE BRANDL
CARL BRUNNER
CLYDE CAMPBELL
KENNETH CAMPBELL
WILLIAM CASSWELL
HAROLD COLLINS
ROBERT COULTHARD
FRANK DIERS
NOEL GIBSON
STEPHEN GRACIE
FRANK HEITE
FRED HILL

DONALD HOFFMAN
PASCUALINO ROSANIA
EDWARD SEAVEY



ARTHUR HUNT
JOHN KINNEY
JOHN KUTCH
EDWARD LONDON
KENNETH LOWE
ALFRED MAALE
KARL MASTERS
DONALD McKAY
ROGER MORRISON
RICHARD PAINE
WILLIAM PRETTO
HERBERT ROBINSON
FRANCISCO ROSALES
GUSTAVO ROSANIA
LUCIEN SKEELS
NORMAN SLADE



CLASS OFFICERS

President .... GAY THOMAS Vice President .... CHARLES THOMAS

Secretary .... ELEANOR WILLIAMS Treasurer .... ROSITA CZERNIK

Student Association Rep JEANNE KULLER, KENNETH CAMPBELL



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GIRLS



MARIE ARICK
DORIT BERGER
ARDITH ANNE BOYLE
CAROLINA BRINGAS
ALICE CAIN
ROSITA CZERNIK
LOIS FONTAINE
NANCY GILDER
BETTY GRANDSTAFF
VETABELLE HATCHETT
LOIS HOUSEHOLDER
JOYCE JOHNSON
JEAN KANE
AGNES KEANE
BETTY KUHRT
NORMA JEAN KULLER
MARY LEACH




CAROLYN MAGNER
HELENE MARSH
MARILYN METZGER
PHYLLIS MICKELWRIGHT
ADDA LYNN NALL
PHYLLIS PARKER
FRANCES PEDERSON
BARBARA PRIMMER
THELMA PUCCI
PAULINE SCHRIFTGIESSER
EDITH SHARPE
HELEN STADE
DOROTHY SUMMERS
JEAN TAYLOR
THELMA THOMAS
BERNICE WEST
NANCY WHITE
ELEANOR WILLIAMS
SHIRLEY WILLIAMS



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ELEMENTARY GLEE CLUB




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MARIE ARICK
GLORIA ASKOFF
PEGGY BAGGOTT
CAROLINA 8RINGAS
ALICE CAIN
JOAN CARDONE
ROSITA CZERNIK
NANCY GILDER
MELIDA HOWARD
JEAN KANE
AGNES KEANE
NORMA KULLER
BETTY KUHRT
MARY LEACH
ANGELICA LIM
CAROLYN MAGNER
HELENE MARSH
JOAN MILLSPAUGH
ADA NALL
JEAN OHAYER
PHYLLIS PARKFR
THELMA PUCCI
JOY RANDALL
PAULINE SCHRIFTGIESSER
EDITH SHARPE
HELEN STADE
IEAN TAYLOR
THELMA THOMAS
BERNICE WEST

TEDDY BROWN
ED HOLGERSON
WILLIAM FISHER
ROY KNOOP
BENNY KULLER
CHARLES McGINN
GARVIN MOUMBLOW
DONALD NALL
JOHN O'BRIEN
JACK REILLY
BOB SNELLINGS
GERALD STROOP
EDMUND WACHTEL
MAX WEICH
ROBERT WOOD



ADVANCED GLEE CLUB



AVANELL BARKER
VEDAS BARKER
PEGGY BELDEN
EULA MAE CALLAWAY
ANNA CHASE
VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN
JANET DAGNALL
LORELLE FONTAINE
BITSY GATES
MURIEL HOLMELIN
GLORIA INGRAM
CLARA JILLSON
PATRICIA KENNEDY
LOIS KRIDLE
MARJORIE LINDSTROM
ANITA MARGULIS
BARBARA NOBLES
VIRGINIA NOBLES
NADINE PRIMMER
PAT SNYDER
LOIS STAPF
ADA LEE SULLIVAN
ELAINE SULLIVAN
GRACE THOMAS
ERMINE WILLETT
MARGARET WILLIAMS
ERIKA ZITZEWITZ

CHARLES ARNOLD
JESSE BYRD
WILLIAM FISHER
ROGER FORT
CONRAD HORINE
ROBERT JOHNSON
DONALD LONG
CHARLES McGINN
LUCIEN SKEELS
STEWART SETHER
FRED WHIPPLE
WIL8UR WHITE




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MARIE ARICK
CHARLES ARNOLD
GEORGE BARBER
OSCAR BILYEU
TEDDY BROWN
CLAUDE CAMPBELL
MARLIN CULPEPPER
WILLIAM FISHER
NOEL GIBSON
PAT GORMELY
EUGENE GREGG
THOMAS GREGORY
HUGH HALE
FRED HILL
GAY THOMAS
CHARLES THOMAS
CONRAD HORINE
JOYCE JOHNSON
EUSEBIO LEE
CAROLYNE MAGNER
MICKIE McCOY
GARVIN MOUMBLOW
ALFRED MUSCHETT
WILLIAM WALL
RICHARD PAINE
JACK REILLY
NORMAN SLADE
BERT ST. -GERMAIN
ADA LEE SULLIVAN
ELAINE SULLIVAN
ERNEST TERRY



ORCHESTRA

TEDDY BROWN
KENNETH CAMPBELL
FRANK DIERS
SUSIE FAHNESTOCK
WILLIAM FISHER
PAT GORMELLY
TOMMY GREGORY
FRANK HEITE
CAROL HENDRICK
DONALD HENDRICK
JOYCE JOHNSON
ARLINE LINCOLN
TED LONDON
SHIRLEY McCONNELL
CHARLES McGINN
MARILYN METZGER
WILLIAM METZGER
ROGER MORRISON
GARVIN MOUMBLOW
RICHARD PAINE
ROBERT ROSANIA
ROBERT SULLIVAN
CHARLES THOMAS
GAY THOMAS
EDMUND WACHTEL
WILLIAM WALL







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Victory Corps



At ihe beginning of the year the Student Association decided wholeheartedly
to join and support the Nationwide wartime Victory Corps.

Any student enrolled in a secondary school who meets certain requirments may
be accepted for general membership of the Victory Corps. As a general member
he may join a special division offered at CHS:

Air Service Division

Land Service Division

Sea Service Division

Production Service Division

Community Service Division

This new organization has been the center of activity for 1943.

The highly successful Scrap Iron Ball given in February started the Victory Corps
with a bang and netted 10 tons of scrap for the war effort.

In February, too, approximately 40,000 magazines were collected for the
Armed Forces. An all-high total for one day's work was 15,000 magazines.

In March, a Victory Corps radio program was given over the local radio sta-
tion for the National Red Cross Society. (The beautiful music was furnished by Mr.
Jorstad's advanced glee club, and the excellent talks by Mr. Evancoe's speech
class.)

The Annual Music Festival was given this year with the Victory Corps in full
charge of all arrangements and selling of War Savings Stamps and Bonds. This April
activity brought in a total sale of over $10,000 worth of Stamps and Bonds.

Students who have become greatly interested in the work have organized
such volunteer groups as Victory Artists, Typists, an Usher Corps, and Messenger
Service.




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First row Shirley McConnel, Jack Schulte, Janet Dagnal
Second row Bill Metzger, Eleanor Chambless, Donna Hansen,
Julio Wong. Third row Miss Liter, Mr. Jorstad, Miss Moore,
(Not pictured, Jose Calabria.)



National Honor Society



This spring marks the first anniversary of the Caribbean Chapter of the National
Honor Society in CHS.
Scholarship .. .. Character .. .. Leadership -- -- Service
The very high award is granted only twice yearly to those deserving and out-
standing students of the school.

Five percent of the second semester juniors, and fifteen percent of all
seniors may be elected.

Sponsor, Miss Moore, and board members, Miss Liter and Mr. Jorstad,

Members are: Shirley McConnell, John Schulte, Janet Dagnall, William

Metzger, Eleanor Chambless, Donna Hansen, Julio Wong, Jose Calabria.



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THOMAS GREGORY




Director: Mr PAUL BECK




ROBERT
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President FREDDIE MUSCHETT



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Secretary and Treasurer BARBARA DYER



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ELAINE SULLIVAN




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DRAMATIC CLUB




MEMBERS

GLORIA ASKOFF
JESSE BYRD
KENNETH CAMPBELL
BERT ST. GERMAIN
JIMMY GILDER
ANNA HAVAS
FRANK HEITE
DONALD HOFFMAN
EDDIE HOLGERSON
MURIEL HOLMELIN
CONRAD HORINE
LOIS HOUSEHOLDER
ARTHUR HUNT
ROBERT JORDAN
MARTIN KENDZIOREK
MICKIE McCOY
ANITA MARGULIS
BILL METZGER
MARILYN METZGER
JOHN O'BRIEN
IRMA PATCHETT
WILLIAM PRETTO
JOY RANDALL
PAULINE SHRIFTGIESSER
LOIS STAPF
JIM TROUT
RUSS PERRY



Without the help of the faithful "Dramatic Club" the Thespians would not have
been able to produce such successful performances as were put on during the school
year.

"Ever Since Eve," a three-act play, three one-act plays "Widows Plight,
"Antic Spring," and "Wonder Hat," and another three-act play "The Seven Keys
to Baldpate," were the productions of this year.

The aim of every good dramatic club member is to be promoted to the honor of
being a Thespian.

The Thespians are a national organization and CHS is proud to have one of
its troupes in the school.



SO WHAT?



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Forty three



La P. A. S.




The La Pas Club is a moving factor in promoting the good-neighbor policy
between the United States and the Republic of Panama. This organization is made
up of students with a "B" or better average in Spanish, and with this interest in
the language is coupled further practice in speaking Spanish and the association
with officials from the Republic.

The students shown here with their sponsor, Mrs. Phyllis Spencer, are

Front row: Alex Lim, Ethel Coulter, Peggy Baggott, Elaine Sullivan, Alvin Lim.

Second row: Lorelle Fontaine, Eddie Aanstoos, Anna Marie Chase, Marjorie
Lindstrom, Ermine Willett, Eleanor Chambless.

Standling, left to right: Susie Fahnestock, Charleen Heliums, Jim Gilder, Carl
Brunner, Frances Conover, William Pretto, Martin Kenziorek, Bobby Sullivan, Julio
Wong, Claude Campbell, Jack Shulte.

Other members of the Club were not present on the day the picture was taken.



Forly four



The War Clouds Grozv Blacker



Long before Pearl Harbor, the students and teachers of Cristobal High School
faced the fact that our country would soon enter this global conflict and that our
part in the most terrible of all wars would be important. When the 8th of December
1941 came, a tense and somewhat subdued student body filed into classrooms to
face unsmiling teachers, who realized that, but for the grace of God, a second Pearl
Harbor might have been enacted here.

The weeks passed. The tenseness gave way to an almost feverish activity in Civil-
ian Defense and Red Cross work in curriculum changes new courses added, old
ones dropped. Sandbags were filled, air-raid drills began, the enrollment dropped.

With the beginning of this school year, a much shrunken student body returned
to classes behind the barricade and school "kept" much as usual, on the surface of

things.

Came the representatives of the U. S. Army to instruct students in the use of gas
masks. Came the local fire chiefs to train boys for fire fighters. Came radical changes
in instruction: The faculty was reduced,- boys talked of "Link Trainers in connection
with their Aeronautics course,- girls appeared in overalls, proud to belong to the
small feminine contingent in Auto-Mechanics,- Household Arts students spoke learn-
edly on "using left-overs" for tomorrow's dinner, and making a dress out of scraps
of goods,-" the Airplane Club displayed its models and proudly wore their new
insignia,- Physics became Electricity,- and the quiet was disturbed by the Morse Code
coming from the class in Radio.

By the spring of '43 the war was so much a part of the life of the school that
it was an accepted item in the daily fare. As this graduating class leaves the halls
of the school, its members continue confidently to the next steps necessary for the
winning of the war. For whatever the future holds, they are ready.



Forty five




Gas Mash Drill





Tears, idle tears! We coughed, we choked, and we wept copious
tears not for the moment, but for part of the morning, and we were glad
to weep under these circumstances. The U. S. Army sent us Lieutenant
Polizzi, Sergeant McChesney, and Corporal Morgan to teach the students
of C. H. S. how to wear gas masks, how to differentiate between the
various gases which Schickelgruber or Tojo might send over, and how to
treat the resulting injuries should this calamity befall us.

First, we had a lesson in wearing the masks and we all resembled the
handsome group pictured above. The girls bemoaned the mussed-up hair
because of the adjustment of straps and the boys, their momentary loss of
Clark Gable qualities, but this was only in fun. Underneath the real mask
and the air of bravado were quickened heart-beats and a very uncom-
fortable realization that the war was very close.

The visit to the gas chamber was most en-
lightening because we entered wearing the
mask, removed this protection for a few minutes,
only, and emerged into the fresh air again with
tears streaming from our eyes. We mopped
away with our kerchiefs and went back to
classes.








Forty six




W. Metzger, N. Hooper; E. Foster,- B. Davis,- B. Nail;
T. Gregory, A. Lim,- D. Hendricks; L. Keller; Mr. T. Holz.



Pre-flight Aeronautics

This year something new has been added to the curriculum of Cristobal High:
Pre-Flight Aeronautics. This course is piloted, locally, by Mr. Hotz. Members of
the class are Senior boys who have met many of the requirements for entrance into
the Army Air Corps. Much time is spent in the classroom on problems on the theory
and groundwork in Aeronautics.

Similar courses are offered in schools all over the United States, but few schools
are as fortunate as we are in being so near to an Army flying field with such a coop-
erative personnel. Weekly highlights are thetrips to France Field and the instruction
from the people who "really know their stuff.

Everyone flew the Link Trainer "under the hood" with varying results. This was
"E pluribus unum" for the students, who discussed thoroughly with Army flyers such
fields as aerodynamics, navigation, radio range communication, weather, and in-
struments.

At the conclusion of the year the fellows took the Civil Air Administrator
examination for a certificate of aeronautical knowledge. Students ambitions?
(You guessed it!) "Take 'em up and keep 'em flying!"



Forty seven



Radio




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Those daily ghastly screeches were
not groans of despair but hopeful at-
tempts of beginners to transmit interna-
tional Morse Code.

In February, CHS began the Radio
Code Course under the direction of Mr.
Paul J. Evancoe, a former sea-going
radio operator.

Equipment was secured from the Army
Signal Corps by the Schools' Division.
Starting with a "howler/' the class
picked up speed and accuracy until
many students sent and received at least
10 words a minute by June.

Before this semester ended, class mem-
bers were permitted to visit nearby
Army and Navy posts to observe radio
installations aboard airplanes, ships, and
shore stations.



Fire-Fighters

The residents of the Gold Coast are
now insured against all fire hazards,
because of the fine training some of the
Senior boys have received in Fire Fight-
ing.

After being soaked and splashed,
knocked and dashed with the fire-fight-
ing equipment used by the young fire-
eaters" the boys finally emerged first
class fire-men.

Mr. R. L. Clark, fire-bug No. 1, led
his dauntless men into the thick of action.
The "singed Seniors" are now on caN
for any emergency which may arise.
CHS is proud of its fire squad, and hopes
there will be more action in this field
in years to come.








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Forty eight



MODEL AEROPLANE CLUB

The Model Aeroplane Club was or-
ganized March 1942, for the purpose
of supplying model airplanes for the
Army, Navy, or civilian use.

In October 1942, the group of 49
members was cut to 20. The Club now
has only 9 members, but one, Robert
Marquard, has joined the Navy as an
an apprentice-learner, retaining life
membership in the Club.

The Navy has awarded Paul Kinney
and Noel Gibson, Jr., emblems for the
large numbers of models they have com-
pleted.

Others have completed one or more
planesfor thevariousorganizations. Two
dollars in defense stamps was given for
each model completed.

After the officers of the Navy in-
spected the completed planes, they
chose certain models to be used by their
personnel for plane identification classes.

The rest of the planes were taken by
the Army officers for similar training.

The Atlantic Model Aeroplane Club
had as their goal at least 100 model
planes to be completed and accepted
by either the Army or Navy by June 7,
of this year.

In answer to the call for scale-model
planes needed by the Army and Navy
for aircraft identification, Mr. Gibson's
Atlantic Model Aeroplane Club was
formed shortly after the United States
entered the present world conflict.

Mr. Gibson and the club designed
an especially attractive red, white, and




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blue emblem, which is to be presented
to a member when he has finished three
model planes.

The qualifications for receipt of the
awards are high. The awards are given
only to those members who are in good
standing with the Club, and rules for
membership are strict. All dues must be



paid; no more than three of the preced-
ing 12 meetings may have been missed;
improvements must have been shown in
model making and in addition to these
requirements each member must gather
outside information for the Club.



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There is dirty work going on in this
school and girls have a hand in it. You
never saw such grease-smeared faces
and shirts as adorn the feminine fourth
of the Auto-Mechanics Class.

This new class was introduced at the
beginning of the second semester and
was received with much enthusiasm by
the students interested in mechanical
work.

Five girls, with 15 boys, worked in
the shop for two periods daily, learning
from books and actual experience with
motors what it is that makes a machine
tick. They have taken apart and rear-
ranged the motors of automobiles, some-
times putting the wrong piece in place.
But we all learn from experience, and
they learned, enjoyed themselves while
they learned, and left at the end of the
year, having gained a considerable
amount of knowledge of Auto-Mech-
anics.

We should have some good war-
workers as a result of this course. Both
boys and girls are being considered for
jobs as "mechanic-helpers'' with the
Canal and will demonstrate, this sum-
mer, the good which this course has done
the students.



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Library

This page is devoted to a group of "unsung heroes and heroines" who serve
Cristobal High School well and faithfully, receiving no school credit for the labor.
They give up their study hall periods to work in the library, for approximately five
hours per week.

Each year Miss Jeanne Brown, the librarian, asks for volunteers to serve as
librarian-helpers, and each year she has had a ready response.

There are many reasons why the students want to work in the library. It is a
beautiful and restful room overlooking the bay. It is lined with 5,000 books on all
subjects and subscribes to many interesting magazines and newspapers. These
helpers learn the Dewey-decimal system which enables them to assist in the work
at the desk and to help other students find needed materials.

The school is very fortunate in having a well-trained librarian in Miss Jeanne
Brown, who, in addition to her M. A. in English from the University of Missouri,
holds a librarian's certificate from the University of Washington.

The group of assistants pictured here are: Joy Randall, Rose Marie Kenny,
Margaret Goodwill, Gloria Bornefeld, Marilyn Metzger, Marie Arick, Barbara
McClure, Jean Kane, Pauline Schriffgiesser, Reed Mcllvaine, and Humberfo
Leignadier.




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CRISTOBAL

Are you ready?" This familiar phrase followed by "Heck, yes," was very
common during the football season. With spirited cooperation from the Pep Squad
cheers were raised many times to lead the boys on to victory.

This year the cheer leaders were composed of two seniors, Barbara Dyer and
Donna Hansen, one sophomore, Barbara Johnson, a freshman, Albita Joudry, and
Patty Leach, a seventh grader, who strutted her stuff as majorette. Often they, with
the help of the Pep Squad, spurred the Team on. Neatly dressed in the traditional
school colors of CHS, the cheer leaders kept that good old school spirit high.

So give a cheer for the cheer leaders!




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Mad Scientists .

Wake up. Class Time.
Great game

Egad! How did that picture get here?

The Editor and Pals

Dignified ! O'ya

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Toothpaste Smiles

Cristobal Beauties

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Sixty five




Gremlin Trouble






The Caribbean Staff wishes to express their regrets to all students who are
not pleased with the yearbook, this year. Maybe you think your face should have
been plastered about a little more, but because of the Gremlins, we have had
trouble in getting the necessary films. These little "Disney" creatures have done
damage beyond words. They have put ideas in the heads of some of the Seniors,
so that these "persnikity" classmates refuse to have their liknesses in our yearbook.
They, the Gremlins, have torn up our negatives, hidden valuable photos, destroyed
our gloss prints, and tickled the noses of the students while their pictures were being
taken.

It is said that only pilots and people who can fly see these little mites, but it
certainly seems that some of the Gremlins have decided to adopt the trade of printers
and photographers because we surely have seen enough of them in trying to put out
this book.

Who are these people? They are a strange tribe of little men who came from
the cold wet forests of England. Under the dark trees, and in the slimy swamps, lived
this clan of fairies. They have little horns growing out of their heads and red, pud-
gy faces, and they wear funny clothes which they make out of leaves sewed to-
gether with long shoots of grass. The oddest thing about them is that they wear
suctions shoes, so they stick to everything they touch.

You probably think that there are only boy Gremlins, but you are mistaken.
The girls are called Fifinellas and a young Fifinella is a Flipperty-Gibbet, while a
young Gremlin is called a Widget. These cute little creatures eat only used postage
stamps, so if anyone has any old ones, contributions are gladly accepted.

You see, we are trying to tame these fairies so that next year, everything will
be in order for the next Caribbean Staff, and the more used postage stamps, the
easier the task.

We have succeeded in taming the Gremlins you see pictured in this Caribbean.
They have added to the appearance of our book and have truely been a help. It
just goes to show that there is bad and good in everything, even Gremlins.



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REMEMBER




Fuller Brushes


Compliments of


J. J. ECKER, Jr.




Balboa Ave. 7037


Wong Chang, S. A.


Phone 381


Ferreteria






COLON PANAMA


Compliments of


Phone 303 Phone 1193


Powell's Garage




Colon, R. P.



Now More



Agents for Panama



NOW

in new
bigger
bottles



Orange-
CARBONATED BEVERAGE



TAGAROPULOS

S.A.



Colon, Rep. de Panama



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Sixty nine



COMPLIMENTS



OF



MIGUEL TANG



French Drug Store
V. DELGADO M.

FRANK G. CAIN, Manager

Home Delivery from 7:30 a. m.
to 9:00 p. m.



PHONE 160



COLON, R. P



COMPLIMENTS



OF



Dr. Donald Dickerson



226



YOUR VALET

EXCELSIOR



Federico Boyd Ave. between 14 & 15 Colon

DRYCLEANERS

Work Called for and Delivered
Special Attention to Linen Suits

Office 10th St. Colon Theatre Bldg.



COMPLIMENTS



OF



VICTOR FONG



Seventy



Robert UJilcox & Co., Inc.

General Commission Merchants
Agents

THE HOME INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK

FIRE INSURANCE

Box 115 Colon
Phone 48 Colon


TH BCSTFIT CO.

Manufacturers of

MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S
CLOTHES

SUMMER SUITS

IRISH LINEN CRASH

Colon, R. P. 11th Street


ALmflCCn LCTRICO

Jose Jaen J. Y Cia Ltda.

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

REFRIGERATORS

HARDWARE

Phone 333 P. O. Box 33
Colon, R. P.


COMPLIMENTS OF

mOTTfl STORS


COMPLIMENTS OF THE

miflmi SHOP

Front Street, Colon

DELICIOUS SANDWICHES
SODAS and SUNDAES

BLUE PLATE SPECIALS
served daily

"Where all the Gang meets"


SPORTSWEAR
FRENCH PERFUMES
LINENS AND SILKS

Seven Day Smartness"

Panama Colon



Seventy one



C. CASULLO






WATCHMAKER and JEWELER






No. 45-A Front Street, Colon, R. P.




A. L. Livingston









"MIDO" MULTIFORT




Trucking Contractor


SUPER






AUTOMATIC WATCH




Box 2425 Crist. Phone 3-244 1


The Lasting Gift for






Graduation






COMPLIMENTS OF


FOTO


ANDRE


We have the


same quality here


as in


Panama.


Colon


Opposite the Commissary



Seventy two



BOMBAY BAZAR

Primal & Sons

French Perfumes Panama Hats
World Wide Variety Merchandise

COLON, REP. OF PANAMA



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COMPLIMENTS OF



LA AURORA"



THE ESQUIRE

STATIONERY

MAGAZINES PERIODICALS

WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS

NOVELTIES

Colon, R. P. Tel. 336

GEORGE PEARTE, (Mgr)



COMPLIMENTS OF

FRENCH BAZAR

COLON, R. P.



UNITED FRUIT COMPANY



GREAT WHITE FLEET

SERVES THE AMERICAS



Offices

UNITED FRUIT Co. BUILDING
CRISTOBAL



CENTURY CLUB
PANAMA CITY



Phones 21 21
1753



Panama 523

524



Seventy three



BRUTY PREPARATION

From

Helena Rubenstein



PRRIS BRZflR

COLON



Compliments of

UJ. UU. Gould Insurance Co.

Masonic Temple



Compliments of

CARLTOI1 HOTGL



Colon, R .P.



Central American Plumbing Supply Co.



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olon



UUish every success to the Graduating
Class of 1943



PANAMA

Avenue Peru No. 9

Phone 249

P. O. Box 724



COLON

3rd Street & Central Ave.

Phone 4

P. O. Box 108



Seventy four



'Congratulations"
Class of '43



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.



Compliments of

JULIO SALAS

Distributors of

PHILIPS RADIOS - DECCA RECORDS



Compliments of

BAZAR KRESH

STATIONERY

OFFICE SUPPLIES

NOVELTIES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES



Front Street



Colon



Compliments of

T. C. SULLIVAN & SONS

GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS OF

Industrial Synthetics

House Paints

and Allied Products



P. O. BOX 2206
Cristobal, C. Z



CABLE ADDRESS
Sulpaint



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jOHn suRflny

Formerly

J. V. Beverhoudt

Front Street Colon



MAGAZINES, BOOKS, OFFICE AND

PHOTO SUPPLIES, GAMES,

NOVELTIES, SPORTING GOODS



Agent for Remington Rand Inc.,
W. A. Sheaffer Pen Co.



Compliments of

THG AfTKRICAn BAZAR

"Haberdashers and Tailors
to Men of Good Taste."



Pan



ama



Colon



FARmACIA R0<

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY
COMPOUNDED

PATENT MEDICINES OF ALL KINDS

Bolivar Avenue 10th Street

Colon, R. P.



J. miZRACHI



JGUU6L6R UUATCHfTlAHGR GriGRAVGR
& XPGRT DIAmonD STTR



SATISFACTION GUARANTEED



Front St



Plext to French Bazar



Phone 345 Colon



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Compliments of

DI6RS & ULLRICH


mflRGflRITfl FLORCS

Docia ITl. Hodges

Masonic Temple


LA l$LA de CUBA

Drapery English Linens Silks
Cotton Fancy Piece Goods

COLON, R. P.


HOT6L WflSHinGTOn

Unequalled for Location and Comfort
R Hotel in keeping with the dignity, spirit and comfort of

th Pfinflmfl cflnAL

Golf Swimming UUater Sports
Tarpon Fishing



Seventy seven



RADIO C6nTR


Compliments of

SKERLinG'S GflRAGG


Distributors of


Main Store


(>) R. C. fl. Victor Products
(V) General Glectric Products


14th Street and Bolivar Ave.




(\) Stationery, Office Sup-


Compliments of


plies, Boobs


PflnflfTlfl BRZflflR


CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS "43"


Colon, R. P.


Compliments of


nOVGDADG


s verrruRA


Front Street


Colon



Seventy ei^ht





Plovedades Rtlantico




Complete Assortments of


If you are looking (or


SILKS LINENS NOVELTIES


A GIFT


THE RELIABLE STORE


don't Forget to pay us a visit

The Plative Art & Gift Shop


58 Front Street Colon, R. P.




Prop. MRS. H. SHAW


Shirley Temple Bazaar


Colon 45 Front Street


"Hish Grade Dre material"




COLON


Plational (Tldttress





factory


COMPLIMENTS OF


fflelendez Avenue


Dr. VRn PRI6R


Between 1 0th & 1 1 th Streets




Colon, R. P.










Seventy nine



He's Young and Hopeful Today




Modem Youth and The Bible



The days through which we are passing seem to
be fateful days. In some ways the future is uncertain.
At the same time the future is largely in the hands of
the youth of today. Therefore, what youth does, today
and tomorrow, will have a telling effect for genera-
tions to come. Things are in a plastic stage now,- old
institutions, ways, and customs are being changed. If
the change is to be for the better, there must be careful
thought, keen insight, moral and spiritual principles
brought into play.

The leaders in other days in our western work
were steeped in Scripture. In former generations men
read and knew their Bibles, and at periods of crisis
such men gave leadership and guidance. Cromwell,
Wilberforce, Washington, and Lincoln are only a few
men that might be named. As leaders of other times
received light and learning from the Book, so may
modern youth, the leaders of tomorrow
Youth is idealistic and has a natural desire to do something worthy and con-
structive in life. In the book of Books, is pictured the outstanding idealist of all time,
the young man Jesus of Nazareth, and the challenge that he gave to remake the
world may furnish the task which modern youth is seeking.

Again youth needs inspiration to great daring and noble personal living. Others
have found it, and I gladly testify that I have found it, in the pages of earth's greatest
book the Bible.

AMOS ALONZO STAGG

(A national figure in football for almost 50 years)



The Bible is

A world book

The world's best seller

The world's most read book

The world's most quoted book

The world s most translated book.

The American Bible Society

Was founded in 1816.

In 125 years distributed 305,599,217 copies of the Scriptures in 254

languages and in more than 40 countries.
In 1941 distributed 8,098,977 copies.
In 1941 distributed 1,361,019 copies of Scriptures in Latin America.

The Caribbean Agency

With headquarters at the Bible House, Cristobal, Canal Zone, is one of
the 12 Foreign Agencies of the American Bible Society.



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