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Chris meets Mr. T. F Hotz, Principal



Chris is an ordinary American boy. Chris could
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Chris. Hope you enjoy the activities, the classes,
the teachers, school life in general, and the various
personalities you meet here.



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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL



PANAMA CANAL ZONE




Editor JOHN BUCKLEY Photographic Editor CHARLES MADISON

Associate Editor JUDY HAVAS Art Editor HEDY KELLMAN

Business Manager MARJORIE HARRINGTON Ad Editor PETE FOSTER

Sponsor DOROTHY HUFFMAN






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TO THE LOVELY LADY WHO TEACHES US, MISS BESS LITER,
WE DEDICATE THE 1947 CARIBBEAN.



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NEED WE SAY MORE





sent class piwcy

TEN YEARS FROM NOW

Did you ever think what this year's mighty Seniors will be doing in
the future? Let's take a look into the next ten years:

Richard de Castro, eminent dentist, will he yanking out the wisdom
(?) teeth of Richard Schiedegg, big time operator of Gatun Locks, while
scrubwoman, Hedy Kellman, busily scrubs up the mess. Poor Hedy!

Another person devoting his time to human suffering is the fabulous
Dr. Villars, who is performing a new type of operation on Louie Hooper,
big magnate, presiding over "The Buckwheat Co.," who, having the
reputation of letting nothing get him down, meanwhile dictates important
letters to his capable secretary, Gladys Schulte.

Tom Harrison is giving his time to his ranch near Cativa with Jack Pescod, now known as
"Pancho," working with him.

Marie Little is patiently twiddling her thumbs waiting for Tom McGinn to return from his
lecture tours. Speaking of waiting, Jimmy Dorsey is still waiting for Butch to graduate from
the eighth grade and Harriet Hanna is patiently looking forward to Alex Michaud's graduat-
ing from High School. Love must be grand!

Peggy Mcllvaine (just call me Mabel) is selling tickets to the Toity Toid Street Teater
owned by Frank Howard down in the Bowery where film actor, Rammies Halwany, is co-
starring with movie celebrity, Joyce Malcolm, in their newest picture "Lush Love." This torrid
love tale takes place in beautiful, fascinating Panama.

Becky Dixon, the class of '47's only lawyer, has been quite busy lately, getting Kenneth
Sether out of the caboose. The old boy just won't keep away from the tracks. Speaking of
the tracks, Jimmy Roe and Dick Chambers are doing quite well with their bookie shop.

In the field of science, we find "Blow 'em up" Bigham and Sam Blackburn returning
from a trial atomic explosion in Gatun Lake near Barro Colorado Island. Barro Colorado is
the peaceful home of Walter Templin, who spends his leisure hours fishing and hunting like all
nice hermits do.

On the "New York Times" staff we find Editor Tom Dorgan busily answering phones;
having his shoes shined by George Schulte, educated bum; dictating to his speedy twenty-
word-a-minute wonder of a secretary, Evelyn Frankel; and yelling for his copy-boy, all at one
time. The copy-boy, John Buckley, is doing all right by himself, having worked himself up
from the bottom. It took two good men to hold down Buck's old job of janitor, so reliable
Bartley Wolfenstein and Jack Taylor were chosen.

Gloria Bornefeld has made teaching her career and she is still trying to get Mac Brandl
out of his Senior year.

Helene Diaz, Joan Handshaw, and "Zeke" Campbell are happily married (somebody's got
to get married) and living on jungle army outposts. The girls don't get lonesome however,
for when they run out of gossip, they can take a hop, skip, and jump over to Fay Howard's
"Jungle Beauty Salon" just down the trail a piece.

Andree Whitlock is having her trials and tribulations with a Sunday school class. OH!!
These Canal Zone brats!

Denia Wong is holding a big shin-dig at the Chinese Embassy, in honor of Mercedes




Chong, winner of "Miss China of 1957." Among the celebrities is that little
beauty of 1947, Beverly Meitzen, and ber multi-millionaire husband, "Marry-
ing" Mcllvaine, owner of the Copacabana. Judy Havas, better known to her
fans as "Fifi Lamarr" booked as the star feature of the Copa, is present;
along with Charles Madison and Dot Howard-Worrell, the dance team strictly
from Barbados. Another member of the entertainment world present is Pat
Benny, who has been singing musical selections around the world. Miss Benny
is a protege of the Metropolitan Opera singer, Jeanne Boles.

Bobby Knoop has been keeping tab on Norbert Keller and Richard Pincus. Bobby is
a warden at Coiba.

Ruth Muckle has adopted missionary "woik." She is in the Bronx "convoking" the
"heathern" to Dodgerism.

Jean "Scarlet O'Hara" McNair has settled down to a not-so-quiet but happy life on her
magnolia plantation in the "Land of Cotton." This belle was lucky enough to secure for her-
self an old southern colonel with lots of money and not so much health.

Ginger Merrill has just returned from a personal appearance tour after having been elected
president of the P.G.C.A. (Perpetual Gum Chewers of America). Active members of the club
are "Buckeye" Swearingen, Betty Watts, and Jane Snyder. This organization, having been started
in the English 12 class of 1946-47, is under the sponsorship of Miss Bess Liter.

Peggy Wilkes and Lee Brown are rivals in "Lanky" Flores' harem. Lanky picked his
gals from every corner of the globe, so, naturally, he couldn't miss Panama.

Beverly Reeves is riding "Good Kitty" in a wild west show. Bill Casswell, world re-
nowned author of murder mysteries, and Helen Culpepper, president of the Salvation Army,
are visiting Miss Nisla Aizpurua to inspect her world-famous collection of ancient classics.

Harriet Keenan and Betty Jamesson are working side by side, and are attracting huge
crowds as they defeat tennis champs all over the world in their rise to fame.

Arline Lincoln, the famous Broadway star, has just made an appointment to have her
hair styled by her favorite hair-stylist, Thomas Gregg. Meanwhile in Hollywood, Horacio
Ducruet is the swoon sensation, the new Turhan Bey. Francisco Rosales, his sinister-looking
body-guard, is attempting to drive away frantic fans, who insist on tearing Horacio's clothes
for souvenirs.

Joe Smith is appearing with Barnum and Bailey's circus as the "Strong Man." Miss
Elsie Kennedy, heroic head of the Colon Red Cross, is enjoying tea at the spacious home of
Vilma Rosania, known to society as Senora Osorio, wife of Senor Rene Osorio, Colon Am-
bassador to the U. S.

Miss Marilyn Malpass, new fashion editor of "Vogue," is receiving a prescription for
over-worked nerves from Robert Richardson, leading New York pharmacist.

Alice Benthall is the only member of the class of '47 to return to the halls of C.H.S.,
taking the place of Mrs. Spencer as the Spanish teacher.

Navy recruiting officer Starford Churchill notices Mr. and Mrs. Pete Foster, the latter
formerly Marjorie Harrington, walking arm in arm, followed by their seven children. Pete's
doing quite well in his bootlegging business. Raylene Jasper is telling her neighbors about
the troubles of running a chicken farm.

Thus say the prophets!




PRESIDENT



VICE-PRESIDENT




CLASS




Betty Jamesson

Has plenty of that undefinable

thing called "Charm." And

knows how to use it too!

Glee Club, 9. Archery, 11-12. Var-
sity Club, 11-12. Softball, 9-10-
11-12. Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Bas-
ketball, 9-10-11-12. Volleyball, 9-
10-11-12. Class Officer, 9-12. Cab-
inet Member, 9. Trade Wind
Staff, 11. Caribbean Staff. 11.
Junior-Senior Banquet Commit-
tee. Cheer Leader, 11-12.

SECRETARY




offices




Betty Watts
Elkridge, Maryland

A cu.de with plenty oj that stuff

called class! Perpetual friendly

smile!

Secretary, Junior Class. Secre-
tary, Senior Class. Glee Club, 10-
11-12. Dramatic Club, 12. La P.
VS.. 11. Camera Club, 11. Soft-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-
10-11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Volleyball. 9-10-11-12.







Pete Foster
Colon, Republic of Panama

A right-hand man! Conscientious

worker and an all-round good

guy!

Dramatic Club, 11-12. "21" Club,
12. President, Senior Class.
Treasurer, Junior Class. Trade
Wind Staff, 12. Caribbean Staff.
12. Junior-Senior Banquet Com-
mittee. Softball. 9. Football, 9-
11-12. Baseball, 9. Basketball, 9.
Track, 9-10.

TREASURER




James Roe
Colon, Republic of Panama

Happy -smiling-agreeable Jimmy

has regular talent for writing

mystery stories; nickname,

Edgar Allen Roe

H.R. Rep., 11, Class Officer, 9-
10-12. Trade Wind, 11-12. Carib-
bean, 11-12. Library Assistant, 10-
11. Junior-Senior Banquet Com-
mittee. 11. Softball. 11. Football.
11-12. Baseball, 10-11-12. Bas-
ketball, 10-11-12. Victory Corps.



Robert Wayne Richardson

Bel Air, Maryland

The navy always does things right.

Softball, 9-10-11. Track. 9-10-11.
Model Airplane Club. Camera Club,
9-10-11. Baseball, 11. Drum and
Bugle Corps. Home-Room Chair-
man. Trade Wind Staff. 12. Carib-
bean Staff, 12.



Arline Lincoln

Colon, Republic of Panama

Always grinning, always winning.
Dramatically inclined!

Home-Room Representative, 9.
Honor Society, 11-12, Vice-President,
11. Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Dramatic
Club. 9-10-11-12. Thespians, 10-11-12,
Secretary, 11-12. Swimming, 10. La
P.A.S., 10. Varsity Club, 9-10-11-12.
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee. Orchestra, 9-
10-11. Band, 10. Cabinet Member,
11-12. Volleyball, 9-10-12.



Joe Smith

Newark, New Jersey

A sharp looking guy veritable
wolf! and Hubba! Hubba!

Football. 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-10.
Softball. 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-
10-11-12. Water Polo, 12. Swim-
ming. 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.



Rebecca Dixon "Becfcr"

Springfield, Missouri

if ith a distinctive air of her own
Our "Becky" is strictly dynamite!

Glee Club. La P.A.S. Softball.
Basketball. Trade Wind Staff. Vol-
leyball. Caribbean Staff. Victory
Corps.




Margaret Jean McINair

Charleston, South Carolina

"Lovely to look at, delightful to

know." Velvety complexion,

polite manner.

S. A. Officer, Treasurer, 12. Honor
Society, Vice-President, 12. Dra-
matic Club, Vice-President, 12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
President, Junior Class. Trade Wind
Staff, 11-12, Editor-in-Chief, 12.
Science Club, 10, Secretary-Treasur-
er, 10. Caribbean Staff, 11-12. Quill
and Scroll, 11-12, Vice-President, 12.
Football Court, 12. Victory Corps.



Samuel Rlackburn "Sam"

Colon, Republic of Panama

Looks down from his respectable

height and says, "Hi. Slick Chick

how's about us cutting a little

Bu-ru-ru?"

Glee Club, 12. Dramatic Club, 9-10-
11-12. Thespians, 11-12. La P.A.S.,
11-12. "21" Club, 12. Forum
(Spanish), 12. Softball. 9-10-11.
Football, 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-10-
11-12. Track. 11-12. Science Club.
9-10-11-12.



Beverly Meitzen

Rock Island. Illinois

An adorable bundle of charm with
quiet but intriguingly impish ways.

Dramatic Club, 12, Treasurer, 12.
Archery, 10. Band, 9-10-11. Volley-
ball, 10-11. Hi-Y, 10. G.A.A., 10.
Tennis. 10.



Gladys Louise Schulte

St. Louis, Missouri

Small, but no one more liked among

us. A harmless yet dynamic

thunderbolt!

S.A. Secretary, 10-11-12. Glee Club,
10. La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum
I Spanish), 11-12. Varsity Club, 11-
12. Basketball. 10-11. Science Club,
10-11. Volleyball, 10-11-12.



John Francis Buckley

Haverhill, Massachusetts

A regular go-getter with a flair for
the journalistic world.

Softball, 10. Football, 9-10-11. Base-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball. 9-10-11-
12. Trade Wind Staff, 10-11-12.
Sports Editor, 11-12. Caribbean Staff,
10-11-12, Editor, 12.



Louise Helene Diaz

Colon, Republic of Panama

Has a gay outlook on life her

wacky wit never allows for

a dull moment.

Glee Club, 11-12. Archery, 12. La
P.A.S., 10-11-12. Basketball. 12.
Volleyball, 10-11-12.



Bobert Knoop

Ancon, Canal Zone

Has a deep manly voice that speaks
authority!

Glee Club, 10-11. La P.A.S., 10. Cab-
inet Member, 12. Trade Wind Staff.
11. Caribbean Staff, 11. Softball. II.
Football, 9-12. Baseball, 11. Basket-
ball. 10-11. Track, 10-11.



Jane Snyder

Newark, New Jersey

Nonchalant easy-going personal-
ity in her wardrobe.

Glee Club, 10. Dramatic Club, 9-10-
11. Swimming, 9-10. Archery, 9-10.
Softball, 9-10-11-12.




Buth Muckle

Troy, New York

Our contribution to the "Quiz Kids."

Can perform wonders with

drawing materials.

Honor Society, 11-12. Dramatic Club,
12. Cipos, 12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12.
Forum (Spanish), 12. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee, 11. Trade Wind
Staff, 11. Science Club, 10-11-12.
Caribbean Staff, 11. Dance Com-
mittees.



George O. Flores

San Carlos, Costa Rica

"The Romantic Don Juan."

La P. A. S. President, Freshman
Class. Sophomore Vice-President.
Junior Class Representative. Soft-
ball, 9-10-11. Football, 9-10-11. Base-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.
Basketball, 9-10-11-12.



Denia Wong

Colon. Republic of Panama

Oriental lady with twinkling eyes
and modest manner.

Glee Club. 9. Dramatic Club, 12.
Lh P.A.S., 9-10-11-12. Forum (Span-
ish), 10-11-12. Camera Club, 10-12.



Norberl F. Keller

Colon, Republic of Panama

Gentleman with the inimitable wit,
and the Bajain dialect.

Glee Club, 9-10-11. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee.




Beverly Pressler Beeves

Jacksonville, Texas

Quiet charm and dignified beauty.

Honor Society, 12. Dramatic Club,
12. Cipos, 12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12.
Kornm (Spanish], 10-11-12. Trade
Wind Staff. 11. Caribbean Staff, 11.
Library Assistant, 10-11-12. Quill
and Scroll, 11-12, Secretary. 12.



Richard Scheidegg

Irvington, New Jersey

One of Gatun's best.

Softball, 9-10-11-12. Football, 9-10-
11-12. Baseball. 9-10-11-12. Basket-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.
Swimming. 9-10-11-12.



Aliee Louise Bcnthall

Bradenton, Florida

Conscientious student alua\ s
in there pitching.

Honor Society, 12. Glee Club, 10-
11-12. Dramatic Club, 10-11. Cipos.
11-12. La P.A.S.. 10-11-12. Forum
I Spanish), 11-12. Trade Kind Staff.

11. Science Club, 10-11-12. Carib-
bean Staff, 11. Quill and Scroll, 11-

12. Student Advisory La P.A.S.,
11. President, La P.A.S., 12. Treas-
urer, Quill and Scroll, 12.



Bieharrl Chambers

Colon. Republic of Panama

Sports lover. Flashy smile. Has
plenty masculine "eye appeal!"

La P.A.S.. 9-10-11. Forum (Span-
ish). Glee Club. 11. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee. Swimming. 12.
Basketball. 9-10-11-12. Softball. 9-
10-11-12. Football. 9-10-11-12. Base-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.







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Thomas Joseph Dorgan

Colon, Repuhlic of Panama

Never seen without "That Look" in

his eyes! He definitely has

a way !

Glee Club. 10. Swimming. 10. Soft-
ball. 9-10-11. Football. 9-10-11-12.
Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball. 9-
10-11-12. Cheer Leader. 10. Trade
Wind Staff, 12. Caribbean Staff, 12.
Victory Corps, 9. Model Airplane
Club, 9.



Fay Howard
Colon, Republic of Panama

Light or dark: short or tall. She
sets her trap to snare them all!

Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. La P.A.S.,
10-11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Volleyball, 9. Victory
Corps.



Luis F. Hooper

Colon, Republic of Panama

One of our "Football Heroes!"
A swell guy to have around.

Glee Club. 12. Swimming, 12. Soft-
ball. 9-11. Baseball, 9-11-12. Track,
9-10-12. Basketball. 9-11-12.



Raylene Jasper

Adds foy to all she undertakes.



Richard A. Pincus

Ancon, Canal Zone

A gentleman in every sense
of the word.

Cipos, La P.A.S. Forum I Spanish).
Softball. Football. Baseball. Basket-
ball. Track.



Marilyn Malpass

Hong Kong, China

Sugar and spice and everything nice.
Diminutive charming and gracious.

Dramatic Club.



Starford L. Churchill

Ancon, Canal Zone

Always willing to lend that
helping hand.




Mercedes Chong

Bocas del Toro

A pretty pert Miss who has per-
sonality in her wardrobe.

Glee Club, 9. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Volleyball. 9.



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Figures intrigue him - er -
mathematically speaking of course.'



Marie Elsie Kennedy-
Colon, Republic of Panama

Has a voice of gladness, and a smile
of eloquence and beauty.

Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Dramatic
Club, 11-12. La P.A.S., 10-11. Soft-
ball, 9-10. Basketball, 9-10. Volley-
ball, 9-10-11.



Gloria Elaine Bornefeld

Colon, Republic of Panama

A gal that definitely knows her way
around! An unbeatable combination
of looks personality and charm.

Honor Society, 12, Treasurer, 12.
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Dramatic
Club, 10. Cipos, 12. La P.A.S., 10-
11-12. Forum (Spanish), 11-12. Soft-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Basketball. 9-10-11-
12. Junior-Senior Banquet Commit-
tee. Swimming, 9. Class Officer, 9-
10. Volleyball, 9-10-12. All Stars,
10-12. Camera Club, 12.




Richard de Castro

San Jose, Costa Rica

Has a sense of humor we like.
Aims to please.

Cipos, 11. La P.A.S., 9-10-11-12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
Science Club, 10-11-12.



Marie Alison Little

Boxford, Mass.

Looks, personality, everything!
bound up in a bundle of
perpetual motion.



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Kenneth Sether

The copper-haired fellow with that
catchy smile!



Marjorie Jean Harrington
"Margie"

Akron, Ohio

En ergetic spirited always willin g
to lend a helping hand.

S. A. Representative, 12. Dramatic
Club. 10-11-12. Secretary, 11-12.
Thespians. 10-11-12. Varsity Club.
11-12. Softball, 10-11-12. All-Stars.

11. Junior-Senior Banquet Commit-
tee, Class Officer, Committees, 11-12.
Cheer Leader, 11. Trade Wind Staff.

12. Volleyball. 10-11-12. Caribbean
Staff, 12.



Rammies Halwanv

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Quick wilted" polished manners
Valentino features.

Glee Club. 9-10-12. Dramatic Club,
12. La P.A.S., 10-12. Forum I Span-
ish). 12. Librarian. 9-10-12.





Jack Pescod

Ancon, Canal Zone

Romeo hep-cat on the quiet
Smooth dancer.



ide.



Glee Club, 10. Archerv. 9. La P.A.S..
9-10-11-12. Forum I Spanish I. 12.
Softball. 9-10-11-12. Football, 9-10-
11-12. Football, 9-10-11-12. Baseball.
9-10-11-12. Basketball. 9-10-11-12.
Track, 9-10-11-12. Swimming, 9.



Harriet Wentworth Keenan

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Big things come in little packages."
A regular swingster. and plenty-
rocking rhythm!

Honor Society. 12. Glee Club, 9-10-
11-12. Swimming. 9. Cipos, 9-10-11.
La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum (Span-
ish), 11-12. Varsity Club. 9-10-11-12.
Softball. 9-10-11-12. All-Stars. 10-11-
12. Basketball, 9-10-11-12. All-Stars.
11-12. Cabinet Member, 12. Cheer
Leader, 10-12. Trade Wind Staff. 11.
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. All-Stars, 9-
10-11-12. Caribbean Staff. 11. Quill
and Scroll. 11-12. Victory Corps, 9-
10.



Thomas R. Harrison "Rocfcr"

Ancon, Canal Zone

(The Big Tease)
perpetual prankster.

Softball, 11-12. Football. 10-11-12,
Baseball. 10. Basketball. 11-12.
Track, 10-11. Swimming. 9-10-11.
M Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.



Victory Corps.



\ i I m:i Rosania

Colon. Republic of Panama

Quiet, but not idle. Likes everyone
and visa versa.

Dramatic Club, 12. La P.A S., 9-10-
11. Fonim (Spanish), 10-12. Soft-
ball, 9. Basketball, 9. Library As-
sistant, 9. Volleyball. 9-12.



Walter Templin

Selma. Alabama

A likeable bid, quiet and mannerly.

Softball. 910-11-12. Football. 9-10-
11-12. Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Basket-
ball. 9-10-11-12.



Andree Lee Whitlock

Panama, Canal Zone

Energetic . full of laughs.
A loveable redheaded cyclone.

Freshman S. A. Officer. Home-room
Representative, 11. Glee Club, 9-10-
11-12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum
(Spanish). 11-12. Camera Club, 9-
10-11. Swimming, 11. Archery, 9-10-
11-12. Softball, 9-10-11-12. Basket-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Cheer Leader. 12.
Trade Wind Staff, 11. Caribbean
Staff, 11. Volleyball, 9-10-11-12.
Victory Corps. Pep Squad, 11-12.



Thomas Michael McGinn "Tom"

Ancon, Canal Zone

"The Orator." Supercharged with a

rare gift of gab! And by the way

quite the ladies' man!

Orchestra, 9-10. Glee Club, 10-12.
Track, 9-10. Basketball, 9-10-12.
Water Polo, 12. Debate Squad, 12.
Operetta, 9. Band, 9.



Joan Hanrlshaw

Admirer of marines.
Friendly, full of jokes.




Jeanne Boles

Englewood. New Jersey

Has much mirth and no madness
all good and no badness.

Glee Club, 10-11-12. Dramatic Club,
10-11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Class Officer, 11. Cabi-
net Member, 11. Trade Wind Staff,
11-12. Caribbean Staff, 11.



Jack Taylor

Portland, Oregon

Puts an accentuation on sports.
Smooth, easy manner, a never-
failing friend.

Glee Club. 9. Dramatic Club, 10-11-
12. Victory Corps, 9. Class Officer,
11. Library Assistant, 9-10. Junior-
Senior Banquet Committee. Swim-
ming. 9-11-12. Water Polo, 12. Soft-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Football, 9-10-11-12.



Harriette Hanna

Colon, Republic of Panama

Beautiful Titian tresses. Frank,
witty, and sweet as can be.

Glee Club, 9-10. Victory Corps. Vol-
leyball, 9. Dramatic Club. 11. Bad-
minton. 11-12.



Herbert Bingham

Birmingham, Alabama

Our Scientific Genius.

Camera Club, 11-12. Science Club.
9-10-11-12. Torrid Zone Wizards, 9-
10-11-12.



Joyce Malcolm

A tiny bundle of (harm personified.



Hedv K ell man

\ ienna, Austria

Sparkling laugh. Completely at ease.
Her happy spirit never dampens.

Glee Club, 11. Dramatic Club, 9-10-
11-12. Swimming, 9. Cipos, 11-12.
La P.A.S.. 9-10-11-12. Forum (Span-
ish), 11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Pep Squad. 12. Victory
Corps. Poetry Club, 11. Caribbean
Staff. 12.



Richard Swearingen "Buckeye"

Columbus. Ohio

Top man in the sports' field. Care-
free constantly on the go. Has a
way with the gals.

Softball. 9-11. Football. 9-11-12.
Baseball. 10-11-12. Basketball. 10-
11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet Com-
mittee.



Judith Felicia Havas "Judy"

Kaposvar, Hungary

Laughing eyes sparkling personal-
ity loquacious manner Judy will
a/ways be a success anywhere there
are people.

Quill and Scroll. 12. Glee Club. 10-
11-12. Honor Society. 12. Dramatic
Club, 9-10-11-12. Thespians, 10-11-12,
Treasurer, 11, President. 12. Cipos,
11-12. La P.A.S.. 10-11-12. Forum
(Spanish). 11-12. Basketball, 10-12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
Class Officer, Secretary, 10. Trade
Wind Staff, 12. Volleyball, 10. Carib-
bean Staff, 12, Assistant Editor, 12.
C.H.S. Carnival Float. 11.





Horace Vi liars

Strictly stateside! A Casanova, with
that "Know-it-all smile." Arfl

Dramatic Club, 12. "21" Club, 12.
Water Polo, 12.



Rene David Osorio

David. Republic of Panama

Musical engaging accent. Gets a
kick out of just living.

Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Cipos. La
P.A.S., 9-10-11-12. "21" Club, 12.
Forum (Spanish*.



Zelma Ruth Campbell

Niles, Michigan

Our sophisticated strawberry blonde!
Volleyball, 12. Baseball, 12.



Colo



Thomas Gregg

, Republic of Panama



When that boy makes with the feet,
he's definitely "All Reet ! !"

Football. 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-10-
11. Softball, 10-11-12. Swimming, 9-
10-11-12.



Reed R. Mcllvaine

Ancon. Canal Zone

A likeable and sincere fella. Born
actor, and what a deiilish streak !

Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12, President,
11-12. Thespians, 10-11-12. Trade
Kind Staff. 12. Caribbean Staff, 12.
Library Assistant, 9-10. Talent As-
sembly. 11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 11. Victory Corps, 9-10.



Lou Irene Mcllvaine "Peggy"

Wadsworth. Ohio

Dreamy-eyed glama gal. Always in

the middle of anything exciting.

Friendliness is her passuord.

Class Representative, 12. Glee Club.
9. Dramatic Club, 9-10. La P.A.S..
10-11. Varsity Club, 10-11-12. Soft-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-10-11-
12. Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. Junior-
Senior Banquet Committee. 11.
Cheer Leader, 12. Camera Club,
President. 11.



George A. Schulte

St. Louis, Missouri

Our man-about-school. Has put his

best foot forward on the stepping

stones of success.

S. A. President. Class Representa-
tive, 9-10. Cipos, 10-11-12. La P.A.S.,
9-10-11-12. "21" Club, 12. Forum
i Spanish), 11-12. Football, 9-10-12.
Baseball, 11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
\ i' lory Corps, 9-10.



Virginia Ann Merrill

Chicago, Illinois

(,mger blonde, peppy, energetic,

witty fare always puckered in

interest or charming anxiety.

Balboa Little Theatre. 10-11-12.
Speech Class, 11. Camera Club. 11.
Softball, 1011. Volleyball, 10-11-12.
Trade Wind Staff, 12. Caribbean
Staff. 12. Cheer Leader, 10-11-12.




Lee Brown

Colon. Republic of Panama

Lively, fun loving Lee she's got a
devil in her eyes!

Glee Club. 9. Swimming. 9-10. Var-
sity Club. 9-10-11-12. Softball, 9-10-
11-12. Basketball. 9-10-11-12. Volley-
ball. 9-10-11-12. All-Stars. 9-10-12.



James Dorsey

Bellfontaine. Ohio

School Apollo! Van Johnson has
nothing on him!

Vice-President, 11. La P.A.S.. 10-11-
12. Football, 9-10-12. Basketball, 9-
10. Dramatic Club, 11.



Dorothy Howard-Worrall
"Dotty'"

Hollywood. Florida

"The Ifise-Cracker." delightfully
witty, sincere and independent.

Dramatic Club. 12. Softball. 9-10.
Baseball, 9-10. Track. 10. Class
Officer, 10. Volleyball. 10. Pep
Squad, 11-12. Coronation Committee.




Charles Robert Madison

Colon. Republic of Panama

"His chuckle made the whole world

shake" the guy you love to

dance with.

Hrme-Rorra Representative, 12. Glee
Club. 9. Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12.
Thespians. 10-11-12. Vice-President.
12. La P. A. S.. 10-11-12. Forum
(Spanish). 10-11-12. Cabinet Mem-
ber, 12. Trade Wind Staff, 12. As-
sistant Editor. 12. Caribbean Staff,
12. Assembly Committee. 12. Camera
Club. 9. Music Appreciation. 10.
Talent Assembly, 12.



Evelyn Frankel
Colon, Republic of Panama

"The feminine flash."

Dramatic Club, 9-12. La P.A.S.. 10-
12. Cabinet Member. 9. Science
Club. 9. Softball. 9-10. Swimming,
9. Volleyball, 9-10.



Barlley Wolfenstein

New York City, New York

Our Man Friday. A swell guy with
plenty of get-up-and-go!

Dramatic Club. 10-11. Trade Wind
Staff. 12. Caribbean Staff, 12. Vic-
tory Corps, 9. Camera Club. 12.
Swimming, 9. Softball. 9-10-11.
Football. 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-12.
Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-11.



Peggy Wilkes

Colon. Republic of Panama

A tall gal with big brown eyes,

wide engaging smile and a

blithe spirit.

Glee Club, 9-10. Softball, 9-10-12.
Basketball, 9-12. Swimming, 9. Vol-
leyball, 9. Badminton, 11-12.




Horacio Dueruel

Colon, Republic of Panama



Tall,



dark and nmnh .'
Latin looks.



Handsome



Glee Club, 10-12. Dramatic, 12. La
P.A.S., 10-12. Forum (Spanish).
Science Club, 10-12. Softball, 10.
Football, 12. Baseball. 12. Basketball.
10-12.



Patricia Ann Benny "Patsy"

Ancon, Canal Zone

Has a song in her heart and they
say that "a light heart lives long!"

Honor Society. 12. Glee Club. 9.
La P.A.S.. 10-11-12. Cipos, 11-12.
Forum (Spanish I, 11-12. Victory
Corps. Quill and Scroll, President.
11. Pep Squad, 9. Swimming. 9.
Trade Wind Staff, 11. Science Club,
9-10-11-12, President, 11. Volleyball,
11. Caribbean Staff. 11.



Ni-I.i Aizpurua
Colon. Republic of Panama

Quiet and mannerly admired by all
conscientious worker with un-
limited patience.

Glee Club, 9. Basketball, 11. Science
Club, 11-12.



Bill Casswell

A regular sea-faring lad, with ships
on his brain.



Mac Brandl

Ashville, North Carolina

A boy from the South. Full of dry

wit . has a knack for fishing

and hunting.

Softball, 9-10-11. Football. 9-10-11-
12. Basketball. 9-10-11-12.



Franeisco Rosales

The men of few words are the best

men .

La P.A.S.



HALL Of fflflH

WITTIEST Lee Brown and Rammies Halwany

MOST INTELLECTUAL Ruth Muckle and Robert Knoop

BEST LOOKING Jean McNair and James Dorsey

BEST DANCERS Gloria Bornefeld and Charles Madison

MOST TALENTED Arline Lincoln and Sam, Blackburn

FRIENDLIEST Patsy Benny and Tom McGinn

BEST ALL-ROUND Harriet Keenan and George Schulte

BEST DRESSED Tom Dorgan and Peggy Mcllvaine

MOST POPULAR Judy Havas and Richard Swearingen

MOST ATHLETIC Betty Jamesson and Luis Hooper




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Mr. Ted Hotz
"// ell, what run I do for you?"



Miss Beverly Ruoff
"Mr. Hotz is busy now"




you'll get to
know them
well. Chris!




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Miss Helen Patterson

"// you prefer to use your own method.

you may go ahead, but I assure you, Mr.

Gregg's method is bettah!"




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Miss Adamarv Anderson

'Without the Juniors. 1 wouldn't be
able to do a thing!"




Miss Jeanne Brown

"Please pay your library fines,
today"



Miss Bess Liter

'When I was your age
in 1776 . ."




Mr. Clyde Flowers


Miss Dorothy Huffman


Mr. Carl Maedl


Don't do your geometry on the
way to class, please"


"/ positively don't
bounce"


"For snakes may go, and snakes may
come, but I go on forever!"





Mr. Oswald Jorstad


Miss Mary Worrell


Mr. Rayburn Brians


The bass section please sing
a little louder"


"Put more color on your
posters"


"Please leave the water
faucets alone"




Mrs. Evelyn Anderson

'Wasn't Cleopatra magnificent!'



Mr. Carroll Anderson

"Let's talk shop"



Mrs. Phyllis Spencer

"El tu. Brute!"



M
'Well,

if you





r. Charles Wallace Mr. Noel Gibson

/ wouldn't advise you to, but "You can draw a straight line with
think it correct, well ..." a T square"



Mr. Paul Evancoe

now in the Good old days




Miss Sophie McLimans

'You can buy ice cream in the cafeteria
after school"




t



Miss Acnes Stiasney

ready? . Up, down, Up, down,
Up, down ..."




Coach John Fawcett Coach Luke Palumbo

"0. K. Mister, five laps around the track" "Come on out and back your team"



Coach Kenneth Deith

"Splash! Oh, my stomach!"




Marjorie Styles
President



Pedro Nieyes
Vice-President



Jeanette McLaren
Secretary



JUfllOfiS



Norma Lee Van Siclen
Treasurer




Barbara Brown



Edward Johnston



Merle Simons



Helen Crandall




I) M I I ll I '.



Eleanore Kuli.er



William McLauchlin



Kathleen Donahue











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i



John Encelke



Marie Benny



Akiiin Abmstronc



Phillip Sanders




Virginia Russell





Who's Looking at Who?




Edward Corbett



Huch Taylor




Bertha Enclebricht




Mary Aleguas



Alan Townshend Conway Maphis



Jack Haywood



Nancy Dy-er



I




Kuklki Williams



jumofis



Name

Bobby William-
Bertha Englebright

Norma Nail
Charles Harrison

Ben Yihros
Eleanor Kuller
George Coulter
Nancv Dver
Jeanine Heliums
Marie Benny
Lee Van Siclen
Raymond Kam
George Egolf
John Engleke
Pat Leach
Margie Styles
Hugh Taylor
David Sanders

Philip Sanders
Aden Armstrong
Wilma Wood
Chuck Millspaugh
Alice Brayton
Betty Hodges
Edward Johnston
Gertrude Miller
Alan Townshend
Bill Mclaughlin
Bill McGinn
Jack Haywood
Buddy Corbett
David Aycock
Raj \K aggaman
Robert Quinn
Kenneth Millard
Harry Schulte
Mary Furev
Merle Simons
Kathleen Donahue
Rosemary Denson
Joann Dougan
Pedro Nieves
Terry Archbold
Bill Willoughby
Mary Aleguas
Jeannette McLaren
Dale Heun
Jimmy Fernandez
Barbara Brown
Horacio Ducruet
Gilbert Sollas
\orene Williams



Pet Saying



Type oj People ) ou Like Best



"Nuts to the Squirrels"


Boys!


'More People Killed"


Men


"What a Nut!"


Anything in Pants! Arl! Arf!


"Let's go get a Spur and a


Blondes!


hamburger"




"Are you mad?"


Serious


"Hubba Hubba"


Men


"Indeh"


Women


'Tough"


Males!


"What a Character"


Men!


"How can vou tell"


Brunettes! Male of Course!


"Oh! Gee!"


Crazy People


Loco


Everyone


"Oh! Bug!"


Women


"Now listen here!"


Opposite Sex


"Oh! Boy!"


Men! Dark Men


"Listen!"


Blonde Men


"Oh! Yeah!"


Everyone


"Oh! Boy! Peanut Butter Sand-


Women


wiches"




"Indeh"


Females


"Yeah I Did!"


Men!


"What?"


Anything but men


"Who Knows!"


Women


"Crumb!"


Men!


"What!?"


Men!


"Sam's Dead"


Women


uo


Everyone


"Nuts!"


Women


"Oh Nuts!"


Anything in Skirts!


"Watch It!"


Arf! Arf!


"Just a Minute!"


Friendly


"Wise Up"


Beautiful but Dumb!


cc o ?5


Everyone


"Indeh"


White!


"Hrnmmm!"


Nevermind


"How Come?"


Friendly


"Oh Crumb!"


It's a Secret!


"Ohhhhhhhhh!"


Can't you guess?


"Who Says?!"


Everyone


"Jeepers!"


Ahem


"Nuts!"


Everyone


"Indeh"


Femmes


"Indeh


Muchachas


"Baaaa!"


Well --!


"Oh Shoot!"


Men


"Oh! Phooey!"


Yum! Yum!


"Who Knows!"


Everyone


"Indeh"


Women


Unman}


Men Gentlemen


"Jeepers"


Gals


"Whats up Doc?"


Females Only


"Hmmmmmm?"


Everyone




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soPHomoitcs



A ame
Bill Heggelund
Buddy Thomas
Eddie Allgaier
Dorn Thomas
Donald Johnson
Milton Altmark
Paul Cain
Donald Kane
Bill Korenbrot
Pfeyle Theri^ult
Brian Albright
D^fc Egger
Howard Munro
Chuck Millspaugh
Bob Gibson
Jose Colina
Annibal Balquin
Ray Nesbitt
Eric Ducret

Newton Bagbv
Andy Gracie
Reds Corbett
Victor Levi
Izzy Wachtel
Gil Young
Fred Templin
Ben Yohros
Bob Berry
Larry Horine
Jean Dough
Betty Bougan
Flossie Kane
Barbara Wentworth
Mary Andrews
Mary Northrup
Rita Mann
Pat Gildav
Norma Englebright
Charlene Jahnke
Barbara Troup
Mary Salmon
Sylvia Austin
Li'la Hill
Lois Lee
Jackie Whitlock
Sophie Popadapolis
Phvlis Fisher
Joe Arnold
Florence Christain
Jenny Kornbrot
Joan Mead
liciila Simons
Margie Coe
Nanc) Donaldson
Jackie Hunter

Bonny Heun

Joan Stvles
Ann Newhard
Helen Marquard



Pet Peeve
Girls
Women

Girlo I All except a few)
"Charlie"
Eating
Most girls

Girls who crack gum!
Women (except T. G.)
Women
Dentists
Homework

The girl on the left in Eng. Class.
Crazy people
Noisy people
Sad-faced people
Dance
Softball
Jean Dough
Girls who can't dance to Spanish

music
Not being able to sleep
First Period class
Red hair

Getting such good grades
Any girl under 10
Pessimist
Gum Cracking
Ignorance and stupidity
Liver

Girls (except Jackie and Jean)
Boys without manners
Lerov Leach
Paul Cain
Naggy people
None
Boys

People who hold grudges
Conceited people

Someone who calls me "Ski-Jump"
Catty people
Thinking
Doing nothing
Homework

Boys who shovel snow
Getting up in the morning
Doing Dishes
Geometry
None

Homework
Boys Stag Line
Catty Girls
Catty people
Men

Home work
Gatun boys?

Mary Jane's opera singing
Teasing people
Fickle girls
Bugs
People who always comb their hair



Hobby
Woodwork
Women

Collecting Stamps
Model Boats
Women
Swimming
Eating fried chicken
Model planes
Motion pictures
Carpentry
Airplanes
Sports

Being a brain child
History of girls
Girls' sports
Music
Basketball
Basketball
Horseback riding

Sleeping
Hubba! Hubba!
Being in "C" League
She lives in England
Being a wolf!
Sports
Heh! Heh!
Movie Photography
Airplanes

Sports (Heh! Heh!)
Writing letters
Bugs
Movies
Dogs
Stamps
A"cordian
Drawing
Movies

Letter writing
Plane Geometry
Loafing
Music-
Skating

Collecting programs
Sports
Dancing
Piano
Sports
Sports
Pennants
Art

Pictures
Stamps
None
Anything
Shooting
Sports

Running wild
Sports
Sports



ffifSHIHEIl



Name


Nickname


Borden. Page


"Page"


Alequas. Alfredo


"Freddie"


Altmark. Milton


none


Casswell. Pat


Lassy


Croft. Carlton


-lial.y"


Daugherty, Jerrald


"Jem"


Ebuenga. Betty


"Buddy"


Englebright. Dorothy


"Dottie"


living, Mary


"Mare"


James. Steven


"Steven"


Jorstad. Judith


"Judy"


Kariger. Robert


"Bobby"


Lasiste. Esther


none


Marquard, Jennette


"Polh"


Marsh. Susan


Susie


McCain. Etta


"Missouri"


Preston. Margie


"Margie"


Santos. Lesbia


"Leslie"


Sacage. Joan


"Jasper"


Shoaf. Beverly


"Pete"


Lutro. Thomas


"Tommy"


Michaud. Alex


"Alex"


Miller, William


"Bill"


Sassara, Charles




Yohros, Harry




Cottrell. Emerson


"Cottontail"


Malcolm, Ralph




Resales, Marima


"Mazie"


MacSparran. Marv Jo


"Mac"


Dovel. Paula


"Putsie"


Miller. Homer


"Deaver"


Castillo. Manuel




Barker. Robert


"Bobbie"


White. Mark


"Larry"


Crooks. Nancy


4STVT 11

IN an


Wheeler. Beverly


Kav


Peacock. Marlene


"Lene"


Gilder. Donnie


"Donnie"


Gaines. Elizabeth


"Betty"


Dixon. Dolores


"Dordy"


Roddy. James


"Jimmy"


Smith. Harold


"Ecker"


Finlason, Joy


"Joy"


Rosania. Claudio




Schofield. Jacquelvn


"Jackie"


Turner. Patricia


"Pat"


Baigelman. Jack


"Jack"


Bingham. William


"Bill"


Brzezinski. Mike


"Skipper"


Hill. William


"Billy"


Ibanez. Carlos


"Carlos"


Culpepper. Tommy


"Tommy"


Kane. Jerry


"Jerry"'


Maher, Stanley


"Francis"



Pet Saying
nunc
Indeah!
Hiniiiinni?
My foot!
Ding How!
none

Tsk, isk

Oh. Gosh!

0. K.

Dixon to carrier, scratch one. flap

up
Gee!
Your father's mustache!

Lrum!
Gee Zoo!
Nuts!
Golly!
Cho!
Cho!
Corn

Imagine That!
Indeh!
Gee Whiz!
Gosh!



Gee Whiz!

Soque!

E-Gods!

Crumbs and Crackers!

Indeh

Don't fool around!

Indeh!

You think so!

How about that!

Spark\

Hot Dog!

Scooter!

Sugar!



Christmas!



By Cracky!

Kismet!

Indeh!

Ouaco!

My aching back!

Me God!

Quaco!

Indeh!




(read top to bottom)

1. Sweet enough to share.

2. leeeeeeee; Woman driver!

3. Ain't they sweet!

4. Redhead on green lawn.



5. Woman with Wolves.

6. Sweet and Lovely.

7. Janitresses at work.

8. Jackie and Gal.



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ACTIVITIES





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THE CABINET




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Student Association

At last we come to those students who are the head of the student
government of C.H.S. This year, the Student Council, under the spon-
sorship of Miss Helen Patterson, has progressed greatly, giving the stu-
dents many advantages which they haven't received in previous years.

Chris, I'd like you to meet our president, George Schulte. Two other
memhers of the Schulte family are represented in the Student Council;
Gladys and Harry, holding down the positions of secretary and vice-Presi-
dent, respectively. Jean McNair, served as the student treasurer, assist-
ing Mr. Brians, school treasurer.



THE S. A. AT WORK








(read top to bottom)



1. Ali. Romeo! What art thou coming to!

2. Don Juan and Lady in Distress.

3. "Gilda." alias Havas.

4. The glorious Seniors.



5. The Three Barmaids

6. Oh. Tarzan! You two timer, YOU!

7. These Coy Women

8. Meditation.




(read left to right)

1. Taxi. Mon? 3. Their singing is beauty personified.

2. Hands across the radiator. 4. The big hit of the year "n the mistletoe.

5. Seniors Backward Dance.




1. Afraid v < > 1 1 ~ 1 1 break ilie camera?

2. LfT-sun for today.

3. Pul it there!
1. Frosh

5. J 1 1 t Inuk at dem legs!

6. He gets around

7. Why so glum



(read top to bottom)

8. In front of the jail.

9. Tall, dark . Well, it's Erie.

10. Who' you waitin' for? ?

11. Mr. Hotz won't like this.

12. Who won?

13. Cramming.

14. Can I sit down, too?



15. What's the smile for?

16. Now what did they do wrong?

17. Another Freshman.

18. Sis.

19. A peck at Beck.

20. Ignored.




1. Boy and Girl

2. The big squirt

3. The Three Musketeers

4. Trapped I Oh yeah?)

5. Beauty and the Flagpole



(read top to bottom)

6. M-m-m-m-m! And all that

7. No, not her, again!

8. Candidates for Janitor

9. How about a smile? Eh?

10. Why. Pat. I thought he was in the Navy!





DfifllMICS



Meet the disciples of Thespis, Chris! Can you imagine a school
really complete without these Broadway fledglings? You certainly would
have enjoyed our first play, "June Mad," and all of our programs. With
the guidance of our new sponsor, Miss Mary Worrell, and our officers:
Reed Mcllvaine, president; Jean McNair, vice-president; Marjorie Har-
rington, secretary; and Beverly Meitzen, treasurer, we of the Dramatic
Club are reaching new heights.



"JUNE MAD"





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"Jl'NE MAD'



NATIONAL

THESPIANS



"Do well your part, there all the honor lies" is the motto of the Thespian. There's more
work to putting on a play than you would believe, Chris. To act in a play is not enough; in
order to be accepted into the Thespian Society, one must have a major role in a production, and
must accept and carry out well many other odd jobs that are needed to make a play success-
ful. The officers of the Thespian Troupe are: Judy Havas, president; Charles Madison, vice-
president; Arline Lincoln, secretary; Norma Nail, treasurer; Raymond Kam, general clerk.

Join the Dramatic Club, Chris, and be our next leading man!



THE CAST







Since 1939, Mrs. Phyllis Spencer and the members of her honorary
Spanish organization, La P.A.S., have done their best to promote a
greater interest in the Spanish language and to improve relations
between the United States and the Republic of Panama. We're
very anxious for you to meet Mrs. Spencer. Chris. Her bubbling
personality has made the La P.A.S. Club a respected organization.

The Cipos are the "Deluxe" members of the Spanish Club.



LA P.A.S. CLUB



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These people just write, 'n write, 'n write. Chris.
Their journalistic ambitions are dauntless. Three
boys Bill McGinn, Raymond Kam. and Bob
Richardson have since added variety by their
initiations into Quill and Scroll. Miss Huffman
needed 'em, too.



Here you see a worldly and wise bunch. Chris.
Not one scientific protege, nor Mr. Maedl, has
succeeded in blowing up the school. They're
either mighty good . or .



THE TORRID ZONE WIZARDS






nflTionflL houor sociny



Chris, these are the honor students of C.H.S. Four traits determine the
selections of these ten students: scholarship, leadership, character and
service.




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY



Nine girls, Harriet Keenan, Gloria Bornefeld. Judy Havas. Jean McNair. Ruth Muckle.
Beverly Reeves, Arline Lincoln, Patricia Benny, and Alice Benthall. and one boy,
George Schulte, make up the senior part of the Caribbean Chapter of the National
Honor Society. We needn't tell you how proud C.H.S is of this organization and
its members. Miss Brown assumed the responsibility of guiding this brain trust.



Cfllfifl flfID "21" CLUBS



The original organizers of the "21" Club, sponsored by
the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club, chose twenty-one boys,
with Faculty Sponsors. Mr. Charles Wallace and Mr. Paul
Evancoe. to meet semi-monthly for the purpose of study-
ing:, discussing and writing about the American Republics.
It is an organization. Chris, that you should join. That
man. Mr. Hotz, proved to be a mighty energetic member.




V



THE "21" CLUB





A^V



1. Ah. resl

2. What's the joke?

I Smile for the birdie!
1. Hi, Bev!

5. He likes it, too.

6. Rah, Hah. T.am!



(read to/i to bottom)

7. Bums loafing.

8. Look, a man

'). Legs, life, and seniors.

10. What '\a gonna do about it?

11. Hands Full!

12. The Mop.



13. Lee and Men.

14. Love in Bloom!

15. I can do that, too!

16. No secrets!

17. Well, we put up a good fight!



fPBBimfOIS






Chris Goes to





Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning!



Mr. Evancoe's American Problems class starts sleepy-
eyed Chris off for the day. Chris considers himself quite a
statesman, what with giving his private views on world affairs
and all.






Physics, and Newton's Laws of Motion, en-
tertain Chris during the second period.
"But." says Chris, "how was I to know we
were going to have a test today?



At last, a study hall. But Chris has to repair to the Library, and check out that book
for American Problems. And. oh. yes, read the jokes in the latest Reader's Digest.





Fourth and fifth periods Chris works with practiced precision on a beautiful mahogany
bookcase that will contain his sports novels in his bedroom at home.



The noon hour at last, and Chris is carried by the flood of humanity to the cafeteria,
where he eats his lunch. His ribs are filled with elbows, and his tray nearly spills,
but he finally reaches his table safely, and munches with much enjoyment on a hot dog.






Darn it. I made another mistake!" Don't take it so hard. Chris, we all make mistakes,
although Miss Patterson says we shouldn't.



"Chris, go down town and get an ad from - No, write an article on - No -" That

typifies two periods of journalism. When the three o'clock release bell finally rings,

Chris staggers out of class, thoroughly beaten and bewildered, toward home, where,

at last, he can relax and enjoy living.





STRING ENSEMBLE



No assembly is really complete without a selection or two from Cristobal High School's
capable Music Clubs. The beautiful numbers sung, and the golden tones given forth
under the guidance of our conductor, Mr. 0. E. Jorstad, have cheered many a heart.
Seldom will you see anything to match the artistic beauty of the Annual Christmas
Pageant. Chris. Spring is ushered in with the delightful Spring Music Festival.



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA





GLEE CLUB



The Glee Club is guest at many out-of-school events, and entertains the students

with various programs given during the year. C.H.S. is quite music-minded this year.

for a great number of the student bodv is enrolled in the Glee Club.



And the band plavs on
THE BAND




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Column One

1. Can't be! Girl working.

2. Reporters posing.

.'5. How would you like to edit that!



Column Tito

1. Scoop or a man!

2. Our Hero!

3. Hard at work




Column One

1. Don't smile so hard. Red.

2. Journalist posing.

3. Take notice, please.



Column Tuo

1. Down the line.

2. Judy and Jaun.

3. Photographer photographed.
1. The Trade Wind Girl.



This year, Miss Dorothy Huffman inherited the jour-
nalism class from Miss Bess Liter. Miss Huffman
pitched into her task with a will, and it was because of
her driving force that the Caribbean and the several
issues of the Trade Wind came into being.





The whole journalism class, Becky Dixon, Jean McNair,
Norma Nail, Judy Havas, Jim Roe, John Buckley, Peter Fos-
ter, Margie Harrington, Tom Dorgan, Reed Mcllvaine, Gin-
ger Merrill, Tom Dixon, Charles Madison, Bartley Wolfen-
stein, Rosemary Denson, and Margie Styles all contributed
toward a bigger and better Trade Wind and Caribbean.







SPORTS






The Cristobal Tigers captured their third straight Isthmian Championship under Coach
Luke Palumho, with only a scoreless tie with the Junior College marring an otherwise perfect
record.

Cristobal Junior College

The Canal Zone Junior College put the only blemish on a near-perfect record in the open-
ing game of the season, as they held the Tigers to a hard-fought scoreless tie on the quagmire
of Strode Field. The Tigers threatened several times, as Jackie Haywood's passes put them
into scoring position, but they lacked the punch to put the ball over the goal line.



Rah! Rah! Rah:



Plenty of mud! But no score!








}/







Looking jrom the bench



Cristobal 36



Ball



)oa-



Why lor you ask me?



With Jackie Haywood and Louie Hooper putting
on great personal exhibitions, the Cristobal Tigers
defeated the Balboa High School by the highest score
in the gridiron rivalry between the two schools, 36-6.
Haywood passed to five of the six touchdowns, Louie
Hooper grabbing four in pay dirt, and Dick Chambers
snaring a fifth. Hooper also scored another touch-
down, racing 35 yards with an intercepted pass.



The coach jumps lo his hri



The High School Threatens




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Cristobal 9 Junior College

Angered at being previously held to a tie, the Cristobal High School
grid juggernaut smashed its way to a decisive 9-0 victory over the Canal Zone
Junior College. The collegians held the school-boys in check until late in
the third quarter when half-back Joe Smith broke through the college line
and blocked a punt which rolled out of the end zone for a safety. With six
minutes left to play in the game, Jack Haywood faded to pass. He sighted
his receiver, and threw the pigskin into George Coulter's waiting arms in the
end zone for a touchdown. Hubert Pretto made good the extra point with a
perfect conversion.



''Ze Coach!




"Ze Principal!"



Cristobal 14



Balboa



The Tigers closed a very successful grid season with a fourteen-point
victor) over a much-improved Balboa High School eleven. Joe Smith scored
the tii-t touchdown with a sensational catch of a Haywood pass in the end
zone. George Coulter Mined the other marker on another pass from Hay-
wood in the third quarter. Hubert Pretto kicked both extra points.





FIVE flCfS





VOLLMLL





'B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS



This is our "B" league all-stars, Chris.
They are really on the ball this year. See
the girl in the center of the circle? She's
Bobby Williams, who was captain of
them. Under her capable leadership the
team was victorious in all their games
with Balboa.




VOLALL






'A" LEAGUE ALL-STARS




Nice looking group, huh, Chris? They
can really play volleyball, too, as you
probably know, if you witnessed any
games when they played B.H.S. and
C.Z.J. C. Margie Styles and Harriet
Keenan were co-captains and they really
kept the girls on their toes.




(read lop to bottom I

1. Sleepy Lagoons

2. Up and over.

3. Shoe Flies



(read top to bottom)

4. Stardusters

5. Where is it?

6. Sky Larks.




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CLASS WILL



The following Senior boys, being of unsound mind and in the full loss of their faculties,
do bestow and bequeath the following objects to their unlucky successors, the Juniors.

Reed Mcllvaine his greasepaint and footlights to Alan Townshend.

Thomas McGinn his oratorical ability to Edward Johnston.

James Roe his luck at cards to anyone who has money to burn.

George Schulte the presidency of the S.A. to Bill McGinn.

Kenneth Sether his humor and wit to "Limey" David Sanders.

Joe Smith his credit at Frank's to anyone who needs it.

Walter Templin leaves Arden Armstrong to anyone who is feeling lucky.

Sam Blackburn his size 13 gun-boats (shoes) to anyone.

Dick de Castro his brakeless bicycle to anyone who likes that kind of transportation.

James Dorsey his irresistable smile and blue eyes to any cute blonde.

Pete Foster his irresistable charms over women to any Junior who needs a gal.

Rammies Hahvany his ability to drive any teacher crazy to any Junior who wants to try.

CJmrles Madison takes his dancing ability with him.

Tom Gregg his bedroom voice to Tom Lutro.

Robert Knoop his height to any skyscraper.

Jack Pescod his weight to Jim Fernandez.

Reliant Scheidegg his secret peroxide solution to Charles Millspaugh.

Jack Taylor his ability to go steady to Charles Millspaugh.

John Buckley "Casey at the Bat" to George "Strikeout" Coulter.



CLASS WILL



The girls of Cristobal High School, being of a flighty mind and unsound reason, do here
bequeath the following things to the beknighted underclassmen. If any person whosoever
wishes to claim these inheritances, he must do so quickly, or the woman's prerogative may be
exercised and the inheritances changed.

Nisla Aizpurua her height to Kathleen Donahue.

Jeanne Boles The Glee Club alto section to anyone who wants it.

Becky Dixon Haywood in care of Junior Girls.

Joan Handshaw wills Jackie Haywood her athletic ability.

Beverly Meitzen Charles Harrison to Jackie Whitlock.

Jane Snyder her solemness to Norma Van Siclen.

Peggy Wilkes Miss Patterson to any single marine.

Lee Brown great intellect to her sister, Barbara.

Alice Benthall, Hedy Kellman will to any junior their high school bread, a four-year loaf.

Elsie Kennedy her legs to Merle Simons.

Peggy Mcllvaine her clothes to Lila Hill.

Jean McNair her loveliness to Junior Girls.

Betty Watts her ability to keep a steady man to any Junior who wants it or needs it.

Patsy Benny her sparkling personality to Pat Kuller.

Gloria Bornefeld her diminutive height to Jeannette McLaren.

Helene Diaz dainty feet to Pat Leach.

Judy Havas her sophisticated well-moderated laugh to David "Limey" Sanders.

Fay Howard her shorthand assignments to "Bobby" Williams.

Joyce Malcolm her alluring blue eyes to Dolly Benny.

Dot Howard-W orrall her ability to exist in this place to any new "kid."

Arline Lincoln her ability to chew gum with a straight face to Arden Armstrong. (She needs

it!)
Margie Harrington future Pete Foster's to C.H.S. girls.
Ginger Merrill her quick reports to anyone who's slow on the trigger.



In conclusion .




The path to a perfect year book is not all glory and roses, Chris.
Let all who complain remember that it's not so much the appearance, as
the spirit, that counts. Recall the hard work, the mad rushing, the worn-
out typewriters and typists, when you show our Caribbean to your grand-
child. "Se that handsome boy out on the field? That's me, back in '47.
And see the boy next to me? That was my best buddie!"

Much credit goes to the staff who all gave unsparingly of their energy, and to John
Buckley, the chief editor, the indispensible guy whose unerring hands did a great deal of the
putting together and most of the planning. Judy Havas, his right-hand girl, is responsible for
much of the writing and lots of tedious work. Others on the staff are: Ginger Merrill, Jean
McNair, Becky Dixon, Marjorie Harrington, Bartley Wolfenstein, Pete Foster, Charles Madison,
Rosemary Denson, and Reed Mcllvaine. Bartley, Margie, and Pete were indefatigable ad-
hunters, while Charles and Reed took many excellent pictures. And we musn't forget Miss
Dottie Huffman, our "guiding star;" or the St. Petersburg Printing Co., the Southern En-
graving Co., and the Craftco Yearbook Cover Co.'s aid.

Well, Chris, it has been super knowing you, and we hope you'll stay with us. We hope
you have liked this book written about you, the typical student, and your activities in school.
We'll miss you, those of us who have graduated, but the rest of us will be back once more next
year.



THE STAFF





And to those who have aided us financially,
we express our sincerest appreciation.

The Staff, Faculty, and Students





Compliments of r fJ ^2/



ALLISON



PHOTO



SERVICE



We have your negative on file if you

wish to have some more copies

or color tints made.




7th and Bolivar Streets, Colon



Seventy-six



Compliments of



TA6AROPULOS

Corporation



ORANGE CRUSH

Now more for 5^

IN BIGGER BOTTLES



GROCERIES FINE MEATS



Seventy-seven



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Congratulations

to the

Seniors





Speed Up With Spur



A BOON TO OUR
HIGH SCHOOL DAYS



1946 & 1947



Set enty-eighl



Congratulations

to the

Class of '47

Compliments
of a




FRIEND




Congratulations



TO THE CLASS OF '47



EI Corte Ingles



COLON



PANAMA




(Congratulations
Class of '47



BAZAR ESPANOL



PANAMA CITY



PANAMA




Good Luck to the
Class of '47

PINOCHO



74 CENTRAL AVE.



PANAMA



Seventy-nine



Panama Auto, S. A.

Successors to
WALLINGFORD & ARANGO



Distributors



Oldsmobile and

Automobiles



Sixteenth Street Melendez Avenue
Colon, R. de P.



Hermanos Wright
S. A.



Successors of the

CENTRAL AMERICAN

PLUMBING SUPPLY CO.



Congratulations
Class of 47



Box 108
Colon






Compliments
of



W. W. GOULD



INSURANCE




Second Floor. Masonic Temple

Phone 3-1456

Box 2098 Cristobal. C. Z.




THE BESTFIT CO.

Manufacturers of

MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S

CLOTHES



Opposite the Commissary



Colon



Eighty



Congratulations

to the

Class of 1947

Compliments of

Transportes




PHONE 1129-J BOX 530

COLON



Compliments of



Colon Import



AND



Export Co., Ltd.



EXPORTERS



Coconuts



Native Products



IMPORTERS
General Merchandise

WHOLESALE RETAIL
9096 BOLIVAR AVENUE COLON



COMPLIMENTS
OF



VICTOR FONG
&

Company



fyieuck




Congratulations



to



Class of '47



Eighty-one




CRISTOBAL
BEAUTY SHOP



French Braiding

Scalp Treatments

Permanents

Any Style of Hair-Do



CRISTOBAL CLUBHOUSE



Compliments
of the




a rage



G

Atlantico



STUDEBAKER

Atlas Batteries
Tires and Accessories



15th St. and Melendez Ave.



Phone 923



Eighty-two



Cole



The
Standard Fruit

&
Steamship Co.



VACARRO LINE

Wish Every Success

to the Graduating

Class of 1947



NATIONAL

Mattress Factory



Melendez Avenue

between 10 and 11 Streets

COLON



"Best in Rest"




Baby Orchids Sent Anywhere in U. S. A.
DAY CALLS NIGHT CALLS

Colon 311 Colon 641



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dry s t lower
J hop



MRS. HENRY DARLINGTON

P. O. Box 800

COLON, REP. OF PANAMA

9th and FRONT STREETS



Floral Designs,



Wedding,



&



Bon-voyage Hospital

Bouquets

PERSONAL SERVICE
PROMPT DELIVERY



CONGRATULATIONS

AND

BEST WISHES TO THE

CLASS OF '47



Margarita Florist



Masonic Temple, Colon




The
in

Shop





The Latest Styles,

H ith Modem Equipment

At Your SERVICE



Mrs. Elsie Tki



Mrs. Mary Crofi



LOCATED IN
CAT! N CLUBHOUSE




Courtesy of

5 and 10 els., S. A.
Almacenes



44 CENTRAL AVE.

BOX 962 PHONE 2871

PANAMA



Eighty-three




>azar



- Hat



ana



W. SERKO, Prop.

Ready-made clothes and

articles for men, women,

and children.

Box 1054 Phone 1154-L

11th Street, Colon



For that Best Dressed
Look

PARAMOUNT
STORE



llth Street

ami

the Corner of Bottle Alley

COLON




COMPLIMENTS
OF

CIA. DIERS
ULLRICH S. A.



Best of Luck

to the
Class of 1947



Compliments



of



SCADRONS



10 Tivoli Ave.
Panama



43 Front St.
Colon



Eighty-four




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JUST FOR MOM

Bombay Bazar

Sole Distributors oj

COALPORT CHINA

Candlesticks
Earrings

Place Card Holders
Center Pieces
Pins



FRONT STREET, COLON



ISTMO

TODOS

BARATOS



8099 BOLIVAR AVENUE
COLON




Visit Colon s most popular
and antique store that
sells only Panama Hats.



ALDAO
PANAMA HAT



19



Box 521 Phone 168

Front Street, Colon



Box 187



CAU/a/6
ALL




Phone 412



The Best STORE



for Your PURCHASES



Muebleria Colon



Distributors of the
Famous WESTINGHOUSE Products

COLON

Bolivar Avenue No. 7108



Eighty-five



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MADURITO

I. L. MADURO, JR.

French Perfumes
Ladies Children

Wearing Apparel



100 CENTRAL AVE., PANAMA
17 FRONT STREET, COLON



23

Eastern Bazaar



VERHOMAL AND KHUBCHAND




French Perfume

Linens

Chinese Silk Goods

Curios

Best Lingerie



Box 518



Eighty -six



I'KONT STKKKT



Colon



Compliments of



French Bazar



HUERTEMATTE AND CO.



Central Avenue



Panama




RADIO MITCH



Home of the Famous
RCA Victor Radios,
Victrolas, Records



Come in and play the Latest "Hits"



Bolivar Ave. /




Cole



COMPLIMENTS
OF



CIA. HENRIQUEZ, S. A.

Bolivar 7100
Box 459 Phone 10

COLON





To


the Class of 1947
Thank You

Herff-Jones is Proud to have Been

Chosen to Manufacture

Your Class Rings


HERFF


- JONES COMPANY




Clc


iss Rings Invitations Medals


Represented by




Calle Estudiantes No. 136


E. A. LEWIS




Box 1408, Panama



Company y Corrd Cia. Ltda.

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

/

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Billiard jQtjf^ %. Kitchen

and aMBS-:!*^ ;,,,, l

Pool Supplies ^£^2mJ Restaurant Supplies



American Supply Co., S. A.

No. 14 J Street Panama, R. de P.



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BEESON,


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Buick


Cadilh


Distributors

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Frigic


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COLON









PANAMA




Eighty-eight




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Federico Boyd Avenue
and IS Street No. 5056



SPOTLESS

DRY CLEANER



Guaranteed Rapid Service



Colon




Telephone
767-L



COMPLIMENTS OF



UNITED FRUIT

Company

Great White Fleet

Returns to Serve the Americas



UNITED FRUIT BUILDING

CBISTOBAL

PHONE 3-2121



Offices



CENTURY CLUB
PANAMA CITY
PHONE 523-524



Compliments of




ISLA




COLON
Tenth Street and Balboa Avenue



Eighty-nine



Compliments of



AMERICAN LEGION



ELBERT S. WADE
POST NO. 2



(




Panama






MOTTA'S






The LABLE That
Signifies QUALITY

Colon


V



EL LAGARTO



COLON



XL




155 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA



The Largest manufacturer of Genuine Alligator Articles
in the Republic of Panama



\incl\



COMPLIMENTS
OF



New York Studios







Dodge JB%A DeSoto



^



Distributors



COLON MOTORS

Consult Us before Deciding on
Your NEW CAR



Panama \j^>'jr^^LX l y Colon




Courtesy of


COA/fPANIA PANAMENA PE


FUERZA Y LUZ


Panama Colon



Ninety-one



ff



Joyeria

EL SOL"



We make and repair all

kinds of Jewelry

Work Guaranteed

Quick Service

Telephone 38-784-J




We are capable of Repairing

all kinds of Jewelry

in our Shop

Colon



Compliments
of




Sears, Roebuck

and Company



Represented on the Isthmus

by

AGENCIA SEARS

Tivoli Avenue, opposite Ancon Post Office



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Special Attention ^rs^ / TTTr\

^'^i /QUALITY [1 ^\_^

Given to
Linen Suits




Phone
226



YOUR VALET



EXCELSIOR



Phone
226



Melendez Ave. between l-l & 15 Streets



DRY CLEANERS



Office 10th Street



Colon Theatre Bids.





EL CLAVEL




Wishes


Every
Success


cfii


a To the

Class of '47



Ninety-two





HONEST STORE


BUTTONS


LADIES' HOSIERY




Is Our Specialty




Ninth and Bolivar


Box 438


Phone 734




COLON




Fotografia



CHARLES



Victor A. Charles



No. 18 - J Street

Panama



JOHN SURANY



Agents for



Remington-Rand, Inc.
W. A. Shaeffer Pen Co.



Magazines. Books, Office and

Photo Supplies, Games,

Novelties, Sporting Goods,

Greeting Cards



Front
Street




Colon



THE ROBERT WILCOX COMPANY, INC.

Dealers in Builder's Hardware and General Merchandise

Gray Marine Engines, Electric Light Plants and Water Pumps
Agents "THE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY. NEW YORK"

Central Avenue Between 14th and 15th Streets. Colon
P. O. BOX 115 COLON PHONE 48 OB 354



Ninety-three







Looking for
A GIFT



Visit




The Native irl and
Gift Shop



MRS. H. SHAW, Prop.



45 Front Street
Phone 113 Colon



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ANYTIME AT THE

PARIS
BAZAAR



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COLON



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The



French Bazar



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Juan Palomeras
COLON



Casa Fastkch


DUTY-FREE-STORE




Sole Agents for




GORHAM STERLING






COME IN AND SEE US




Panama < r fjJTJp


Colon



Best Wishes to the Class of '47

KODAK, PANAMA, LTD.




FILM SUPPLIES
CAMERAS

PRINTING MATERIALS
FILM COLORED GUIDES
FLASH-GUNS



Arboix Building Colon



No. 98 Central Avenue, Panama



Party

Cakes



Cook



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Visit or Phone our Shop for fine Pasteries




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THE PEOPLES BAKERY, INC.



Milk
Bread




Rolls



Corner Tenth Street and Justo Arosemena Avenue



Phone 380 Colon



Ninety-five



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"Mido"



JEWELER



Multifort"



Longines & Oruen
Watches

All Guaranteed



45 FRONT
STREET




COLON



ALSO FINE JEWELRY



J. MIZRACH

COLON

Jeweler, Watch Maker

and Expert Diamond

Setter

Satisfaction Guaranteed




Street



Phone
345



CASAFEOLI



10lh Street



No. 6013



COLON

'

GOLD AND SILVER
JEWELRY



Novelties
Souvenirs
Curiosities






Karri on Jimenez


Official Watch Inspector,


P. R. R.


For the best Service


Call for


Hamilton Watches


I'll. hi, Box


1855 831


COLON



Ninety-six



Compliments



of



STUDENT ASSOCIATION



of



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL



Ninety-seven



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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00033
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1947
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00093680:00033

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Half Title
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Title Page
        Page 7
    Dedication
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Seniors
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
    Faculty
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
    Juniors
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
    Sophomores and Freshmen
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Activities
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
    Academics
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
    Sports
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
    Closing
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
    Advertising
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
    Back Matter
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
    Back Cover
        Page 105
        Page 106
Full Text



C IRIBBE fl
.. '47. 4













This is Chris.




Who is Chris?



Chris meets Mr. T. F. Hotz, Principal




Chris is an ordinary American boy. Chris could
be you, or you, or you. Welcome to our school,
Chris. Hope you enjoy the activities, the classes,
the teachers, school life in general, and the various
personalities you meet here.







THE C RIBBEfln

.. 1941 . .


CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL


PANAMA CANAL ZONE


Editor JOHN BUCKLEY Photographic Editor CHARLES MADISON
Associate Editor JUDY HAVAS Art Editor HEDY KELLMAN
Business Manager MARJORIE HARRINGTON Ad Editor PETE FOSTER
Sponsor DOROTHY HUFFMAN






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TO THE LOVELY LADY WHO TEACHES US, MISS BESS LITER,
WE DEDICATE THE 1947 CARIBBEAN.


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fOREWORD


. S S S .


BELL


NEED WE SAY MORE !!!








SE0IlOR CLASS PROPHECY

TEN YEARS FROM NOW

SDid you ever think what this year's mighty Seniors will be doing in
the future? Let's take a look into the next ten years:
Richard de Castro, eminent dentist, will be yanking out the wisdom
(?) teeth of Richard Schiedegg, big time operator of Gatun Locks, while
scrubwoman, Hedy Kellman, busily scrubs up the mess. Poor Hedy!
Another person devoting his time to human suffering is the fabulous
Dr. Villars, who is performing a new type of operation on Louie Hooper,
big magnate, presiding over "The Buckwheat Co.," who, having the
reputation of letting nothing get him down, meanwhile dictates important
letters to his capable secretary, Gladys Schulte.
Tom Harrison is giving his time to his ranch near Cativa with Jack Pescod, now known as
"Pancho," working with him.
Marie Little is patiently twiddling her thumbs waiting for Tom McGinn to return from his
lecture tours. Speaking of waiting, Jimmy Dorsey is still waiting for Butch to graduate from
the eighth grade and Harriet Hanna is patiently looking forward to Alex Michaud's graduat-
ing from High School. Love must be grand!
Peggy McIlvaine (just call me Mabel) is selling tickets to the Toity Toid Street Teater
owned by Frank Howard down in the Bowery where film actor, Rammies Halwany, is co-
starring with movie celebrity, Joyce Malcolm, in their newest picture "Lush Love." This torrid
love tale takes place in beautiful, fascinating Panama.
Becky Dixon, the class of '47's only lawyer, has been quite busy lately, getting Kenneth
Sether out of the caboose. The old boy just won't keep away from the tracks. Speaking of
the tracks, Jimmy Roe and Dick Chambers are doing quite well with their bookie shop.
In the field of science, we find "Blow 'em up" Bigham and Sam Blackburn returning
from a trial atomic explosion in Gatun Lake near Barro Colorado Island. Barro Colorado is
the peaceful home of Walter Templin, who spends his leisure hours fishing and hunting like all
nice hermits do.
On the "New York Times" staff we find Editor Tom Dorgan busily answering phones;
having his shoes shined by George Schulte, educated bum; dictating to his speedy twenty-
word-a-minute wonder of a secretary, Evelyn Frankel; and yelling for his copy-boy, all at one
time. The copy-boy, John Buckley, is doing all right by himself, having worked himself up
from the bottom. It took two good men to hold down Buck's old job of janitor, so reliable
Bartley Wolfenstein and Jack Taylor were chosen.
Gloria Bornefeld has made teaching her career and she is still trying to get Mac Brandl
out of his Senior year.
Helene Diaz, Joan Handshaw, and "Zeke" Campbell are happily married (somebody's got
to get married) and living on jungle army outposts. The girls don't get lonesome however,
for when they run out of gossip, they can take a hop, skip, and jump over to Fay Howard's
"Jungle Beauty Salon" just down the trail a piece.
Andree Whitlock is having her trials and tribulations with a Sunday school class. OH!!
These Canal Zone brats!
Denia Wong is holding a big shin-dig at the Chinese Embassy, in honor of Mercedes







Chong, winner of "-\i-- China of 1957." Among the celebrities is that little
beauty of 1947, Beverly Meitzen, and her multi-millionaire husband, "Marrv-
ing" McIlvaine, owner of the Copacabana. Judy Havas, better known to her
fans as "Fifi Lamarr" booked as the star feature of the Copa, is present;
along with Charles 1M.L1;-i n and Dot Howard-Worrell, the dance team strictly
from Barbados. Another member of the entertainment world present is Pat I
Benny, who has been singing musical selections around the world. \ Is Benny
is a protege of the Metropolitan Opera singer, Jeanne Boles.

Bobby Knoop has been keeping tab on Norbert Keller and Richard Pincus. Bobby is
a warden at Coiba.

Ruth Muckle has adopted missionary "woik." She is in the Bronx "convoiting" the
"heathern" to Dodgerism.

Jean "Scarlet O'Hara" 1I. \air has settled down to a not-so-quiet but happy life on her
magnolia plantation in the "Land of Cotton." This belle was lucky enough to secure for her-
self an old southern colonel with lots of money and not so much health.

Ginger Merrill has just returned from a personal appearance tour after having been elected
president of the P.G.C.A. (Perpetual Gum Chewers of America). Active members of the club
are "Buckeye" Swearingen, Betty Watts, and Jane Snyder. This organization, having heen started
in the English 12 class of 1946-47, is under tile sponsorship of li-- Bess Liter.

Peggy Wilkes and Lee Brown are rivals in "Lanky" Flores' harem. Lanky picked his
gals from every corner of the globe, so, naturally, he couldn't miss Panama.

Beverly Reeves is riding "Good Kitty" in a wild west show. Bill Casswell, world re-
nowned author of murder mysteries, and Helen Culpepper, president of the Salvation Army,
are visiting NI-- Nisla Aizpurua to inspect her world-famous collection of ancient classics.
Harriet Keenan and Betty Jamesson are working side by side, and are attracting huge
crowds as they defeat tennis champs all over the world in their rise to fame.
Arline Lincoln, the famous Broadway star, has just made an appointment to have her
hair styled by her favorite hair-stylist, Thomas Gregg. Meanwhile in Hollywood, Horacio
Ducruet is the swoon sensation, the new Turhan Bey. Francisco Rosales, his sinister-looking
body-guard, is attempting to drive away frantic fans, who insist on tearing Horacio's clothes
for souvenirs.
Joe Smith is appearing with Barnum and Bailey's circus as the "Strong Man." Miss
Elsie Kennedy, heroic head of the Colon Red Cross, is enjoying tea at the spacious home of
Vilma Rosania, known to society as Sefiora Osorio, wife of Seiior Rene Osorio, Colon Am-
bassador to the U. S.
Miss Marilyn Malpass, new fashion editor of "Vogue," is receiving a prescription for
over-worked nerves from Robert Richardson, leading New York pharmacist.
Alice Benthall is the only member of the class of '47 to return to the halls of C.H.S.,
taking the place of Mrs. Spencer as the Spanish teacher.
Navy recruiting officer Starford Churchill notices Mr. and Mrs. Pete Foster, the latter
formerly 1M rjorie Harrington, walking arm in arm, followed by their seven children. Pete's
doing quite well in his 1IIl...Rgini business. Raylene Jasper is telling her neighbors about
the troubles of running a chicken farm.
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SENIOR


VICE-PRESIDENT


BETTY JAMESSON
Has plenty of that undefinable
thing called "Charm." And
knows how to use it too!
Glee Club, 9. Archery, 11-12. Var-
sity Club, 11-12. Softball, 9-10-
11-12. Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Bas-
ketball, 9-10-11-12. Volleyball, 9-
10-11-12. Class Officer, 9-12. Cab-
inet Member, 9. Trade Wind
Staff, 11. Caribbean Staff, 11.
Junior-Senior Banquet Commit-
tee. Cheer Leader, 11-12.
SECRETARY


PETE FOSTER
Colon, Republic of Panama
A right-hand man! Conscientious
worker and an all-round good
guy!
Dramatic Club, 11-12. "21" Club,
12. President, Senior Class.
Treasurer, Junior Class. Trade
Wind Staff, 12. Caribbean Staff,
12. Junior-Senior Banquet Com-
mittee. Softball, 9. Football, 9-
11-12. Baseball, 9. Basketball, 9.
Track. 9-10.


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BETTY WATTS
Elkridge, Maryland
A rutie with plenty of that stuff
called class! Perpetual friendly
smile!
Secretary, Junior Class. Secre-
tary, Senior Class. Glee Club, 10-
11-12. Dramatic Club, 12. La P.
A.S., 11. Camera Club, 11. Soft-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-
10-11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Volleyball, 9-10-11-12.


JAMES ROE
Colon, Republic of Panama
Happy-smiling-agreeable Jimmy
has regular talent for writing
mystery stories; nickname,
Edgar Allen Roe
H.R. Rep., 11, Class Officer, 9-
10-12. Trade Wind, 11-12. Carib-
bean, 11-12. Library Assistant, 10-
11. Junior-Senior Banquet Com-
mittee, 11. Softball, 11. Football,
11-12. Baseball, 10-11-12. Bas-
ketball, 10-11-12. Victory Corps.


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Robert Wayne Richardson
Bel Air, Maryland
The navy always does things right.
Softball, 9-10-11. Track, 9-10-11.
Model Airplane Club. Camera Club,
9-10-11. Baseball, 11. Drum and
Bugle Corps. Home-Room Chair-
man. Trade Wind Staff, 12. Carib-
bean Staff, 12.





Arline Lincoln
Colon, Republic of Panama
Always grinning, always winning.
Dramatically inclined!
Home-Room Representative, 9.
Honor Society, 11-12, Vice-President,
11. Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Dramatic
Club, 9-10-11-12. Thespians, 10-11-12,
Secretary, 11-12. Swimming, 10. La
P.A.S., 10. Varsity Club, 9-10-11-12.
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee. Orchestra, 9-
10-11. Band, 10. Cabinet Member,
11-12. Volleyball, 9-10-12.





Joe Smith
Newark, New Jersey
A sharp looking guy-veritable
woll! and Hubba! Hubba!
Football, 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-10.
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-
10-11-12. Water Polo, 12. Swim-
ming, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.





Rebecca Dixon "Becky"
Springfield, Missouri
With a distinctive air of her own
Our "Becky" is strictly dynamite!
Glee Club. La P.A.S. Softball.
Basketball. Trade Wind Staff. Vol-
leyball. Caribbean Staff. Victory
Corps.


Margaret Jean McNair
Charleston, South Carolina
"Lorely to look at, delightful to
know." Velvety complexion,
polite manner.
S. A. Officer, Treasurer, 12. Honor
Society, Vice-President, 12. Dra-
matic Club, Vice-President, 12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
President, Junior Class. Trade Wind
Staff, 11-12. Editor-in-Chief, 12.
Science Club, 10, Secretary-Treasur-
er, 10. Caribbean Staff, 11-12. Quill
and Scroll, 11-12. Vice-President. 12.
Football Court, 12. Victory Corps.



Samuel Blackburn "Sam"
Colon, Republic of Panama
Looks down from his respectable
height and says, "Hi, Slick Chick
how's about us cutting a little
Bu-ru-ru?"
Glee Club, 12. Dramatic Club, 9-10-
11-12. Thespians, 11-12. La P.A.S.,
11-12. "21" Club, 12. Forum
,Spanish), 12. Softball, 9-10-11.
Football, 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-10-
11-12. Track, 11-12. Science Club,
9-10-11-12.



Beverly Meitzen
Rock Island. Illinois
An adorable bundle of charm with
quiet but intriguingly impish ways.
Dramatic Club, 12, Treasurer, 12.
Archery, 10. Band, 9-10-11. Volley-
ball, 10-11. Hi-Y, 10. G.A.A., 10.
Tennis. 10.



Gladys Louise Schulte
St. Louis, Missouri
Small, but no one more liked among
us. A harmless yet dynamic
thunderbolt! !
S.A. Secretary, 10-11-12. Glee Club,
10. La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum
ISpanish). 11-12. Varsity Club, 11-
12. Basketball. 10-11. Science Club,
10-11. Volleyball. 10-11-12.


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John Francis Buckley
Haverhill, Massachusetts
A regular go-getter with a flair for
the journalistic world.
Softball, 10. Football, 9-10-11. Base-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-10-11-
12. Trade Wind Staff, 10-11-12.
Sports Editor, 11-12. Caribbean Staff,
10-11-12, Editor, 12.








Louise Helene Diaz
Colon, Republic of Panama
Has a gay outlook on life her
wacky wit never allows for
a dull moment.
Glee Club, 11-12. Archery, 12. La
P.A.S., 10-11-12. Basketball, 12.
Volleyball, 10-11-12.








Robert Knoop
Ancon, Canal Zone
Has a deep manly voice that speaks
authority!
(lee Club, 10-11. La P.A.S., 10. Cab-
inet Member, 12. Trade Wind Staff.
11. Caribbean Staff, 11. Softball, 11.
Football, 9-12. Baseball, 11. Basket-
ball. 10-11. Track, 10-11.


Ruth Muckle
Troy, New York
S Our contribution to the "Quiz Kids."
Can perform wonders with
drawing materials.
Honor Society, 11-12. Dramatic Club,
12. Cipos, 12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12.
Forum (Spanish), 12. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee, 11. Trade Wind
Staff, 11. Science Club, 10-11-12.
Caribbean Staff, 11. Dance Com-
mittees.







George O. Flores
1 San Carlos, Costa Rica
"The Romantic Don Juan."

) La P. A. S. President, Freshman
Class. Sophomore Vice-President.
Junior Class Representative. Soft-
ball, 9-10-11. Football, 9-10-11. Base-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.
Basketball, 9-10-11-12.








"' Denia Wong
Colon, Republic of Panama
Oriental lady with twinkling eyes
and modest manner.
Glee Club, 9. Dramatic Club, 12.
La P.A.S., 9-10-11-12. Forum (Span-
ish), 10-11-12. Camera Club, 10-12.


Jane Snyder
Newark, New Jersey
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Glee Club, 10. Dramatic Club, 9-10-
11. "mlIIrin.. 9-10. Archery, 9-10.
Softball, 9-10-11-12.


Norbert F. Keller
Colon, Republic of Panama
Gentleman with the inimitable wit,
and the Bajain dialect.
Glee Club, 9-10-11. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee.


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Beverly Pressler Reeves
Jacksonville, Texas
Quiet charin and dignified beauty.
Honor Society, 12. Dramatic Club.
12. Cipos, 12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12.
Forum (Spanish), 10-11-12. Trade
'ind Staff. 11. Caribbean Staff. 11.
li1.r:-n Assistant, 10-11-12. Quill
and Scroll, 11-12. Secretary, 12.





Richard Scheidegg
Irvington. New Jersey
One of Gatun's best.
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Football. 9-10-
11-12. Baseball. 9-10-11-12. Basket-
ball. 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.
Swimming. 9-10-11-12.





Alice Louise Benthall
Bradenton, Florida
Conscientious student--always
in there pitching.
Honor Society, 12. Glee Club, 10-
11-12. Dramatic Club. 10-11. Cipos.
11-12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum
ISpanish), 11-12. Trade Wind Staff.
11. Science Club, 10-11-12. Carib-
bean Staff, 11. Quill and Scroll, 11-
12. Student Advisory-La P.A.S.,
11. President, La P.A.S., 12. Treas-
irer, Quill and Scroll, 12.





Richard Chambers
Colon. Republic of Panama
Sports lover. Flashy smile. Has
plenty masculine "eye appeal!"
La P.A.S., 9-10-11. Forum (Span-
ish). Glee Club. 11. Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee. Swimming, 12.
Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Softball, 9-
10-11-12. Football. 9-10-11-12. Base-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.


Thomas Joseph Dorgan
Colon. lReplllic of Panama
Never seen without "That Look" in
his eyes! iH definitely has
a uay ! !
Glee Club, 10. Swititning, 10. Soft-
ball. 9-10-11. Football. 9-10-11-12.
Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball. 9-
10-11-12. Cheer Leader, 10. Trade
Wind Staff. 12. Caribbean Staff, 12.
Victory Corps. 9. Model Airplane
Club, 9.








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Colon. Republic of Panama


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Light or dark. short or tall. She
. sets her trap to snare them all!
Glee Club. 9-10-11-12. La P.A.S.,
10-11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Volleyball, 9. Victory
Corps.








Luis F. Hooper
Colon. Republic of Panama
One of our "Football Heroes!"
A swell guy to have around.
Glee Club, 12. Swimming, 12. Soft-
ball. 9-11. Baseball. 9-11-12. Track.
9-10-12. Basketball. 9-11-12.








Raylene Jasper
Adds joy to all she undertakes.


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Richard A. Pincus
Ancon. Canal Zone
A gentleman in every sense
of the word.
Cipos, La P.A.S. Forum (Spanish).
Softball. Football. Baseball. Basket-
ball. Track.








Marilyn Malpass
Hong Kong, China
Sugar and spice and i' t,f,,hin; nice.
Diminutive-charming and gracious.
Dramatic Club.








Starford L. Churchill
Ancon, Canal Zone
Always willing to lend that
helping hand.







Gloria Elaine Bornefeld
Colon, Republic of Panama
A gal that definitely knows her way
around! An unbeatable combination
of looks-personality-and charm.
Honor Society, 12, Treasurer, 12.
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Dramatic
Club, 10. Cipos, 12. La P.A.S., 10-
11-12. Forum (Spanish). 11-12. Soft-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-10-11-
12. Junior-Senior Banquet Commit-
tee. Swimming, 9. Class Officer, 9-
10. Volleyball, 9-10-12. All Stars,
10-12. Camera Club, 12.


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Mercedes Chong
Bocas del Toro
A pretty pert Miss who has per-
sonality in her wardrobe.
Glee Club, 9. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Volleyball, 9.










Frank Howard
Figures intrigue him - er -
mathematically speaking of course.










Marie Elsie Kennedy
Colon, Republic of Panama
Has a voice of gladness, and a smile
of eloquence and beauty.
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Dramatic
Club, 11-12. La P.A.S., 10-11. Soft-
ball, 9-10. Basketball, 9-10. Volley-
ball, 9-10-11.










Richard de Castro
San Jose, Costa Rica
Has a sense of humor we like.
Aims to please.
Cipos, 11. La P.A.S., 9-10-11-12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
Science Club, 10-11-12.


















Marie Alison Little
Boxford, Mass.
Looks, personality, everything! All
bound up in a bundle of
perpetual motion.









Kenneth Sether
The copper-haired fellow with that
catchy smile!









Marjorie Jean Harrington
"Margie"
Akron, Ohio
Energetic-spirited-always willing
to lend a helping hand.
S. A. Representative, 12. Dramatic
Club, 10-11-12, Secretary, 11-12.
Thespians, 10-11-12. Varsity Club,
11-12. Softball, 10-11-12. All-Stars,
11. Junior-Senior Banquet Commit-
tee, Class Officer, Committees, 11-12.
Cheer Leader, 11. Trade Wind Staff.
12. Volleyball, 10-11-12. Caribbean
Staff, 12.









Rammies Halwany
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Quick witted"-polished manners
-Valentino features.
Glee Club, 9-10-12. Dramatic Club,
12. La P.A.S., 10-12. Forum (Span-
ish), 12. Librarian. 9-10-12.


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Jack Pescod
Ancon, Canal Zone
Ro mco hep-rat on the quiet side.
Smooth dancer.
Glee Club, 10. Archerv. 9. La P.A.S.,
9-10-11-12. Forum ISpanishI. 12.
Softball. 9-10-11-12. Football. 9-10-
11-12. Football, 9-10111-12. Baseball.
9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-10-11-12.
Track, 9-10-11-12. Swimming, 9.




Harriet Wentworth Keenan
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Big things come in little packages."
A regular swingster. and plenty
rocking rhythm!


H onor Society. 12. Glee Club, 9-10-
11-12. Swimming, 9. Cipos. 9-10-11.
La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum ISpan-
.i* ish). 11-12. Varsity Club, 9-10-11-12.
Softball. 9-10-11-12. All-Stars, 10-11-
12. Basketball, 9-10-11-12. All-Stars,
11-12. Cabinet Member. 12. Cheer
Leader, 10-12. Trade Wind Staff, 11.
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. All-Stars, 9-
10-11-12. Caribbean Staff, 11. Quill
and Scroll, 11-12. Victory Corps, 9-
10.


Thomas R. Harrison "Rocky"
Ancon, Canal Zone
(The Big Tease)
perpetual prankster.


SSoftball, 11-12. Football, 10-11-12,
Baseball, 10. Basketball, 11-12.
Track, 10-11. Swimming, 9-10-11.
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Victory Corps.




Vilma Rosania
Colon. Republic of Panama
S Quiet, but not idle. Likes everyone
and visa versa.
Dramatic Club, 12. La P.A S., 9-10-
11. Forum (Spanish), 10-12. Soft-
ball, 9. Basketball. 9. Library As-
sistant, 9. Volleyball. 9-12.


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Walter Templin
Selma. Alabama
A likeable lad, quiet and mannerly.
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Football. 9-10-
11-12. Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Basket-
ball. 9-10-11-12.


Andree Lee Whitlock
Panama, Canal Zone
Energetic . full of laughs.
A loveable redheaded cyclone.
Freshman S. A. Officer. Home-room
R. 'r'- .. i.ji r. 11. Glee Club, 9-10-
11-12. La P.A.S., 10-11-12. Forum
(Spanish), 11-12. Camera Club, 9-
10-11. Swimming, 11. Archery, 9-10-
11-12. Softball, 9-10-11-12. Basket-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Cheer Leader, 12.
Trade Wind Staff, 11. Caribbean
Staff, 11. Volleyball, 9-10-11-12.
Victory Corps. Pep Squad, 11-12.








Thomas Michael McGinn "Tom"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The Orator." Supercharged with a
rare gift of gab! And by the way
-quite the ladies' man!
Orchestra, 9-10. Glee Club, 10-12.
Track, 9-10. Basketball, 9-10-12.
Water Polo, 12. Debate Squad, 12.
Operetta, 9. Band, 9.








Joan Handshaw
Admirer of marines.
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Jeanne Boles
Englewood, New Jersey
Has much mirth and no madness-
all good and no badness.
Glee Club, 10-11-12. Dramatic Club,
10-11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Class Officer, 11. Cabi-
net Member, 11. Trade Wind Staff,
11-12. Caribbean Staff, 11.


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Jack Taylor
Portland, Oregon
Puts an accentuation on sports.
Smooth, easy manner, a never-
failing friend.
Glee Club, 9. Dramatic Club, 10-11-
12. Victory Corps, 9. Class Officer,
11. Library Assistant, 9-10. Junior-
Senior Banquet Committee. Swim-
ming, 9-11-12. Water Polo, 12. Soft-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Football, 9-10-11-12.







Harriette Hanna
Colon, Republic of Panama
Beautiful Titian tresses. Frank,
witty, and sweet as can be.
Glee Club, 9-10. Victory Corps. Vol-
leyball, 9. Dramatic Club, 11. Bad-
minton, 11-12.








Herbert Bingham
Birmingham, Alabama
Our Scientific Genius.
Camera Club, 11-12. Science Club,
9-10-11-12. Torrid Zone Wizards, 9-
10-11-12.



















Joyce Malcolm

A tiny bundle of charm personified.






Iledy Kellman
Vienna. Austria
Sparkling laugh. Completely at ease.
Her happy spirit never dampens.
Glee Club. 11. Dramatic Club, 9-10-
11-12. Swimming, 9. Cipos, 11-12.
La P.A.S., 9-10-11-12. Forum ISpan-
ish). 11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. Pep Squad. 12. Victory
Corps. Poetry Club, 11. Caribbean
Staff. 12.


Richard Swearingen "Buckeye"
Columbus. Ohio
Top man in the sports' field. Care-
free-constantly on the go. Has a
way wiith the gals.
Softball. 9-11. Football. 9-11-12.
Baseball, 10-11-12. Basketball. 10-
11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet Com-
mittee.





Judith Felicia Havas "Judy"
Kaposvar. Hungry
Laughing eyes-sparkling personal-
ity-loquacious manner-Judy 2uill
always be a success any where there
are people.
Quill and Scroll, 12. Glee Club. 10-
11-12. Honor Society. 12. Dramatic
Club, 9-10-11-12. Thespians, 10-11-12.
Treasurer, 11, President. 12. Cipos,
11-12. La P.A.S.. 10-11-12. Forum
(Spanish 11-12. Basketball, 10-12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
Class Officer. Secretary, 10. Trade
Iind Staff. 12. Volleyball, 10. Carib-
bean Staff. 12, Assistant Editor, 12.
C.H.S. Carnival Float. 11.


Horace Villars
Strictly stateside! A Casanova, with
that "Know-it-all smile." Arf! !
Dramatic Club, 12. "21" Club, 12.
Water Polo, 12.










Rene David Osorio
David. Republic of Panama
llusical-engaging accent. Gets a
kick out of just living.
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12. Cipos. La
P.A.S., 9-10-11-12. "21" Club, 12.
Forum (Spanish).


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Zelma Ruth Campbell
Niles, Michigan
Our sophisticated strawberry blonde!
Volleyball, 12. Baseball, 12.











Thomas Gregg
Colon. Republic of Panama
When that boy makes with the feet,
he's definitely "All Reet! !'"
Football, 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-10-
11. Softball, 10-11-12. Swimming, 9-
10-11-12.


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Reed R. Mcllvaine
Ancon. Canal Zone
A likeable and sincere fella. Born
actor, and what a devilish streak !
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12, President,
11-12. Thespians, 10-11-12. Trade
Wind Staff. 12. Caribbean Staff, 12.
Library Assistant, 9-10. Talent As-
sembly. 11-12. Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 11. Victory Corps, 9-10.



Lou Irene MeIlvaine "Peggy"
Wadsworth, Ohio
Dreamy-eyed glama gal. Always in
the middle of anything exciting.
Friendliness is her password.
Class Representative, 12. Glee Club,
9. Dramatic Club, 9-10. La P.A.S.,
10-11. Varsity Club, 10-11-12. Soft-
ball, 9-10-11-12. Basketball, 9-10-11-
12. Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. Junior-
Senior Banquet Committee, 11.
Cheer Leader, 12. Camera Club,
President, 11.




George A. Schulte
St. Louis, Missouri
Our man-about-school. Has put his
best foot forward on the stepping
stones of success.
S. A. President. Class Representa-
tive, 9-10. Cipos, 10-11-12. La P.A.S.,
9-10-11-12. "21" Club, 12. Forum
(Spanish), 11-12. Football, 9-10-12.
Baseball, 11-12. Track, 9-10-11-12.
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee.
Victory Corps, 9-10.




Virginia Ann Merrill
Chicago, Illinois
Ginger-blonde, peppy, energetic,
witty-fare always puckered in
interest or charming anxiety.
Balboa Little Theatre, 10-11-12.
Speech Class, II. Camera Club, 11.
Softball. 10-11. Volleyball, 10-11-12.
Trade Wind Staff, 12. Caribbean
Staff. 12. Cheer Leader, 10-11-12.


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Lee Brown
Colon, Republic of Panama
Lively, fun loving Lee-she's got a
devil in her eyes!
Glee Club, 9. Swimming, 9-10. Var-
sity Club, 9-10-11-12. Softball, 9-10-
11-12. Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Volley-
ball, 9-10-11-12. All-Stars, 9-10-12.






James Dorsey
Bellfontaine, Ohio
School Apollo! Van Johnson has
nothing on him!
Vice-President, 11. La P.A.S., 10-11-
12. Football, 9-10-12. Basketball, 9-
10. Dramatic Club, 11.





Dorothy Howard-Worrall
"Dotty"
Hollywood, Florida
"The Wise-Cracker," delightfully
witty, sincere and independent.
Dramatic Club, 12. Softball, 9-10.
Baseball, 9-10. Track, 10. Class
Officer, 10. Volleyball, 10. Pep
Squad, 11-12. Coronation Committee.





Charles Robert Madison
Colon, Republic of Panama
"His chuckle made the whole world
shake"-the guy you love to
dance with.
Home-Rocm Representative, 12. Glee
Club, 9. Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12.
Thespians, 10-11-12, Vice-President,
12. La P. A. S., 10-11-12. Forum
(Spanish), 10-11-12. Cabinet Mem-
ber, 12. Trade Win-. ;tafl. 12. As-
sistant Editor, 12. Ctarifiban Staff,
12. Assembly Committee, 12. Camera
Club, 9. Music Appreciation, 10.
Talent Assembly, 12.



















Evelyn Frankel
Colon, Republic of Panama
"The feminine flash."
Dramatic Club. 9-12. La P.A.S., 10-
12. Cabinet Member. 9. Science
Club. 9. Softball. 9-10. Swimming,
9. Volleyball. 9-10.







Bartley Wolfenstein
New York City, New York
Our aln Fridan. A swell guy with
plenty of get-up-and-go!
Dramatic Club. 10-11. Trade Wind
Staff, 12. Caribbean Staff. 12. Vic-
tory Corps. 9. Camera Club. 12.
Swimming, 9. Softball, 9-10-11.
Football. 9-10-11-12. Baseball, 9-12.
Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Track, 9-11.








Peggy Wilkes
Colon, Republic of Panama
A tall gal with big brown eyes.
wide engaging smile and a
blithe spirit.
Glee Club. 9-10. Softball, 9-10-12.
Basketball, 9-12. Swimming, 9. Vol-
leyball, 9. Badminton, 11-12.


Bill Casswell
A regular sea-faring lad, with ships
on his brain.


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tHoracio Ducruet
Colon, Republic of Panama
Tall, dark and man/ y! Handsome
Latin looks.
S Glee Clubl, 10-12. Dramatic, 12. La
P.A.S.. 10-12. Forum ISpanish).
,Science Club, 10-12. Softball, 10.
Football, 12. Ba,-hall. 12. Basketball.
10-12.






Patricia Ann Benny "Patsy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Has a song in her heart and they
say that "a light heart lives long.'"
tHonor Society. 12. (;le Club. 9.
La P.A.S.. 10-11-12. Cipos, 11-12.
Forum (Spanish). 11-12. Victory
Corps. Quill and Scroll, President.
11. Pep Squad, 9. Swimming. 9.
Trade lWind Staff, 11. Science Club,
9-10-11-12. President. 11. Volleyball,
11. Caribbean Staff. 11.






Nisla Aizpurua
Colon. Republic of Panama
Quiet and mannerly -admired hb all
-conscientious worker with un-
.hlimited patience.
(Glee Club. 9. Basketball, 11. Science
Club, 11-12.


Mac Brandl
Ashville. North Carolina
.4 bo, from the South. Full of dry
it . has a knack for fishing
and hunting.
Softball, 9-10-11. Football. 9-10-11-
12. Basketball, 9-10-11-12.


Francisco Rosales
The men of leiw iurds are the best
men .
La P.A.S.



















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WITTIEST-Lee Brown and Rammies Halwany
MOST INTELLECTUAL-Ruth Muckle and Robert Knoop
BEST LOOKING-Jean McNair and James Dorsey
BEST DANCERS-Gloria Bornefeld and Charles Madison
MOST TALENTED-Arline Lincoln and Sam Blackburn
FRIENDLIEST-Patsy Benny and Tom McGinn
BEST ALL-ROUND-Harriet Keenan and George Schulte
BEST DRESSED-Tom Dorgan and Peggy Mcllvaine
MOST POPULAR-Judy Havas and Richard Swearingen
MOST ATHLETIC-Betty Jamesson and Luis Hooper





























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M\ISS HELEN PATTERSON
"'ii ou prefer to use your oun method.
Pol may go oheatd, but I assure iou, Mr.
Cregg s tinethod is bethh,"


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MR. CLYDE FLOWERS
"Don't do your geometry on the
way to class, please"


Miss DOROTHY HUFFMAN MR. CARL MAEDL
"I positively don't "For snakes may go, and snakes may
bounce" come, but I go on forever!"


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MR. OSWALD JORSTAD
"The bass section please sing
a little louder"


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MISS MARY WORRELL
"Put more color on your
posters"


MR. RAYBURN BRIANS
"Please leave the water
faucets alone"


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"Wasn't Cleopatra m, ,r,,i.. Fi'" "Let's talk shop"


MRS. PHYLLIS SPENCER
"Et tu, Brute!"


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MR. CHARLES WALLACE
"Well, I wouldn't advise you to. but
if you think it correct, well . ."


MR. NOEL GIBSON
"You can draw a straight line with
a T square"


MR. PAUL EVANCOE
" . now in the Good old days ...


Miss SOPHIE MCLIMANS
"You can buy ice cream in the cafeteria
after school"


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Miss AGNES STIASNEY
S. ready? . Up. down. Up, down,
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COACH JOHN FAWCETT COACH LUKE PALUMBO
"0. K. llister, five laps around the track" "Come on out and back your tearn"


COACH KENNETH DPFitH
"Splash! Oh, my stomanh.'"


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MARJORIE STYLES
President


PEDRO NIEVES
Vice-President


JEANETTE McLAREN
Secretary


NORMA LEE VAN SICLEN
Treasurer


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GILBERT SOLLAS NORMA NALL GEORGE EGOLF


ROSEMARY DENSON




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MARAIE BlENi N


VIRGINIA RUSSE.LL


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JACK IAYWOOD


ALAN TOWNSHEND


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ROMTAc WLLInMS


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Name


Bobby \ iIlhi.nm
Bertha Englebright
Norma Nall
Charles Harrison

Ben Yohros
Eleanor Kuller
George Coulter
Nancy Dyer
Jeanine Hellums
Marie Benny
Lee Van Siclen
Raymond Kam
George Egolf
John Engleke
Pat Leach
Margie Styles
Hugh Taylor
David Sanders

Philip Sanders
Aden Armstrong
Wilma Wood
Chuck Millspaugh
Alice Brayton
Betty Hodges
Edward Johnston
Gertrude Miller
Alan Townshend
Bill Mclaughlin
Bill \. Ginn
Jack Haywood
Buddy Corbett
David Aycock
Ray W,-_n.., ,
Robert Quinn
Kenneth Millard
Harry Schulte
Mary Furey
Merle Simons
Kathleen Donahue
Rosemary Denson
Joann Dougan
Pedro \i,,'.
Terry Archbold
Bill \ ill.,,,l2yl
Mary Aleguas
Jeannette \I I.. ren
Dale Heun
Jimmy Fernandez
Barbara Brown
Horacio Ducruet
Gilbert Sollas
Norene XX illi in-


JUflORS




P'i Sua ing
"\iir- to the Squirrels"
\l.... People Killed"
"'What a Nut!"
"Let's go get a Spur and a
hamburger"
"Are vou mad?"'
"H'ubba Hubba"
"Indeh"
"Tough"
' \\ l.II a Character"
"How can you tell'"
"Oh! Gee!"
"Loo"
"Oh! Bug!"
"Now listen here!"
"Oh! Bov!"
"Listen!"
"Oh! Yeah!"
"Oh! Boy! Peanut Butter Sand-
wiches'
"lndeh"
"Yeah I Did!"
"Whato?"
"Who Knows!"
"C(rumb!"
"What !?"
"Sam's Dead"
0?"


"Oh Nuts!"
'"Watch It!"
"Just a Minute!"
"'Wise 1p"

"Indeh"
"'Inmmnm!"
"Hlow Come?"
"Oh (Crumb!"
"'Ohhhhhhhh!"
"WXho Says?!"
"Jeepers!"

"Indeh"
"Indeh"
"Baaaa!"
"Oh Shoot!"
"Oh! Phooey!"
"Who Knows!"
"Indeh"
'"Crimanv"
"Jeepers"
"Whats iup Doc?"
"Ilnnmmnmm?" n


7) pe of I'People }ou Like Best

Bovs!
M1en!
Anything in Pant,! Arf! Arf!
Blondes!

Serious
ilen!
Women!
Males!
Men!
Brunettes! Male of Course!
Crazy People
Everyone
Women!
Opposite Sex
Men! Dark Men
Blonde Men
Everyone
Women!

Females
Men!
Anything but men!
WXomen!
Men!
Men!
Women!
Ever one
Women!

Anthiiing in Skirt-!
Arf! Arf!
Friendly
Beautiful but Dumib!
Ever\ine
White!
Nevernmind
Friendly
It's a Secret!
Can't you guess?
Everyone
Ahem!
.Eervone
Femnles
Muchachas
Well --

Yum! Y um!
Everyone
Women!
NI i, Gentlemen!
Gals
Females Only
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Bill Heggelund
Buddy Thomas
Eddie Allgaier
Dorn Thomas
Donald Johnson
Milton Altmark
Paul Cain
Donald Kane
Bill Korenbrot
Neyle Theri -.lt
Brian Albright
D-k' Egger
toward Munro
Chuck Millspaugh
Bob Gibson
Jose Colina
Annibal Balquin
Ray \. -litl
Eric Ducret

Newton Bagby
Andy Gracie
Reds Corbett
Victor Levi
Izzy Wachtel
Gil Young
Fred Templin
Ben Yohros
Bob Berry
Larry Horine
Jean Dough
Betty Bougan
Flossie Kane
Barbara Wentworth
Mary Andrews
Mary L.,hru1,
Rita Mann
Pat Gilday
Norma Englebright
Charlene Jahnke
Barbara Troup
Mary Salmon
Sylvia Austin
Lila Hill
Lois Lee
Jackie X1 hIa,. k
Sophie Popadapolis
Ul% li- Fisher
Joe Arnold
Florence Christain
Jenny Kornbrot
Joan \1' ,I
Beula Simons
\ary-i Coe
Nancy Donaldson
Jackie Hunter
Bonny Heun
Joan Styles
Ann \, hi.,jri
Helen \1 ro-jii.ii.


SOPHOmO RS


Pet Peeve
Girls
Women
Girls (All except a few)
'-tharlie"
Eating
Most girls
Girls who crack gum!
Women (except T. G.)
Women
Dentists
Homework
The girl on the left in Eng. Class.
Crazy people
Noisy people
Sad-faced people
Dance
Softball
Jean Dough
Girls who can't dance to Spanish
music
Not being able to sleep
First Period class
Red hair
Getting such good grades
Any girl under 10
Pessimist
Gum Cracking
Ignorance and stupidity
Liver
Girls (except Jackie and Jean)
Boys without manners
Leroy Leach
Paul Cain
Na'.\ people
None
Boys
People who hold grudges
Conceited people
Someone who calls me "Ski-Jump"
Catty people
Thinking
Doing nothing
Homework
Boys who shovel snow
Getting up in the morning
Doing Dishes
Geometry

Homework
Boys Stag Line
Catty Girls
Catty people
Men
Home work
Gatun boys?
Mjar Jane's opera singing
Teasing people
Fickle girls
Bugs
People who always comb their hair


Hobby
Woodwork
Women
Collecting Stamps
\,Idel Boats
Women
Swimming
Eating fried chicken
Model planes
Motion pictures
Carpentry
Airplanes
Sports
Being a brain child
History of girls
Girls' sports
Music
Basketball
Basketball
Horseback riding

Sleeping
Hubba! Hubba!
Being in "C" League
She lives in England
Being a wolf!
Sports
Heh! Heh!
Movie Photography
Airplanes
Sports (Heh! Heh!)
Writing letters
Bugs
Movies
Dogs
Stamps
A cordian
Drawing
Movies
Letter writing
Plane Geometry
Loafing
Music
Skating
Collecting programs
Sports
Dancing
Piano
Sports
Sports
Pennants
Art
Pictures
Stamps
None
Anything
Shooting
Sports
PRunniin wild
Sports
Sports











fRESH IMfI


Name
Borden. Page
Alequas, Alfredo
Altmark, Milton
Casswell, Pat
Croft, Carlton
Daugherty. Jerrald
Ebuenga, Betty
Englebright, Dorothy
Irving, Mar)
James, Steven

Jorstad, Judith
Kariger, Robert
Lasiste, Esther
Marquard, Jennette
Marsh, Susan
McCain, Etta
Preston, Margie
Santos. Lesbia
Sacage, Joan
Shoaf. Beverly
Lutro, Thomas
Michaud, Alex
Miller, William
Sassara, Charles
Yohros, Harry
Cottrell, Emerson
Malcolm, Ralph
Rosales, Marima
MacSparran, Mary Jo
Dovel, Paula
\Iiller. Homer
Castillo. Mianuel
Barker. Robert
XXli.-. Mark
Crooks, Nancy
Wheeler. Beverly
Peacock. Marlene
Gilder, Donnie
Gaines, Elizabeth
Dixon. Dolores
Roddy. James
Smith. Harold
Finlason, Joy
Rosania, Claudio
Schofield, Jacquelyn
Turner, Patricia
Baigelman, Jack
Bingham, William
Brzezinski. \lik,-
Hill, William
Ibanez, Carlos
Culpepper, Tommy
Kane, Jerry
Maher, Stanley


A icknarne

"Freddie"
none
'`Cassv'`
"Bab v
'~Jeiirv
lKuddV'
'1)ottie"'

"Steven"

"Jud v"
*"Bobbv"
none
-Poully"'
"Susie"


"Leslie"
"Jasper'
"Pete-
"Tomm"v
"Alex"
"Bill"


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"Putsie'
"Dealer"

-Bobbie-
"Laryv"

-Kay"
'Lene"
"Donnie~'
"Betty'
"Dora)('
"Jinimm"
"Ecker"
JoV_

"Jackie"
"Pat"
"Jack"
'Bill"

"Billy"
'Carlios"
"Tonini v
"'Jerry"
-Ir-il. i


Pe1 t Suing
Iileah!
Indnunal!

\I fool!
I)ing Hou !
none
Tsk. tsk
Oh. Gosh!
K.
Dixon to carrier, scratch one. flap
iup
Gee!
Your father's mustache!
"Crumn !"
Gee Zoo!
Nuts!
;olly!
Chlio!
Cho!
Corn!
Imagine That!
Indeh!
Gee Whiz!
Gosh!


Gee Whiz!

Soque!
E-Gods!
Crumbs and Crackers!

Indeh!
Don't fool around!
Indeh!
You think so!
How about that!
Spark !
Hot Dog!
Scooter!
Sugar!


Christmas!


By Cracky!
Kismet!
Indeh!
Quaco!
lyv aching back!
IMe God!
Quaco!
Indeh!







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1. Sheet enough to share.
2. Feeeeeeee; Woman driver!
3. Ain't they sweet!
4. Redhead on green lawn.


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THE CABINET






Student Flssociation
At last we come to those students who are the head of the student
government of C.H.S. This year, the Student Council, under the spon-
sorship of Miss Helen Patterson, has progressed greatly, giving the stu-
dents many advantages which they haven't received in previous years.
Chris, I'd like you to meet our president, George Schulte. Two other
members of the Schulte family are represented in the Student Council;
Gladys and Harry, holding down the positions of secretary and vice-Presi-
dent, respectively. Jean McNair, served as the student treasurer, assist-
ing Mr. Brians, school treasurer.


THE S. A. AT WORK




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1. Ah. Romeo! What art thou coming to!
2. D)n Juan and Lady in Distress.
3. "Gilda." alias Havas.
4. The glorious Seniors.


5. The Three Barmaids
6. Oh, Tarzan! You two timer, YOU!
7. These Coy Women!
8. Meditation.


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2. Lesson for today.
3. Put it there!
4. Frosh
5. Just look at dem legs!
6. He gets around
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8. In front of the jail.
9. Tall, dark . Well, it's Eric.
10. Who' you waiting' for? ?
11. Mr. HIotz won't like this.
12. Who won?
13. Cramming.
14. Can I sit down, too?


15. What's the smile for?
16. Now what did they do wrong?
17. Another Freshman.
18. Sis.
19. A peck at Beck.
20. Ignored.


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2. The big squirt
3. The Three Musketeers
4. Trapped (Oh yeah?)
5. Beauty and the Flagpole


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6. M-ni-m-m--m! And all that
7. No. not her. again!
8. Candidates for Janitor
9. How about a smile? Eh?
10. \ I,,. Pat, I thought he was in the Navy!


















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THE DRAMATIC CLUB




DRAMATICS


Meet the disciples of Thespis, Chris! Can you imagine a school
really complete without these Broadway fledglings? You certainly would
have enjoyed our first play, "June Mad," and all of our programs. With
the guidance of our new sponsor, Mi-, Mary Worrell, and our officers:
Reed McIlvaine, president; Jean McNair, vice-president; Marjorie Har-
rington, secretary; and Beverly Meitzen, treasurer, we of the Dramatic
Club are reaching new heights.


"JUNE MAD"
























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"*JtNE MAD" NATION \
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"Do well your part, there all the honor lies" is the motto of the Thespian. There's more
work to putting on a play than you would believe, Chris. To act in a plav is not enough: in
order to he accepted into the Thespian Society, one must have a major role in a production. and
must accept and carry out well many other odd jobs that are needed to make a play succes-
ful. The officers of the Thespian Troupe are: Judy Havas. president; Charles \ 11 lsonl. xice-
president: Arline Lincoln, secretary; N1,, l., Nail, treasurer: Raymond Kam. general clerk.
Join the Dramatic Club, Chris, and be our next leading man!


THE CAST





























SPflIlSH CLUB


Since 1939, Mrs. Phyllis Spencer and the members of her honorary
Spanish organization, La P.A.S., have done their best to promote a
greater interest in the Spanish language and to improve relations
between the United States and the Republic of Panama. We're
very anxious for you to meet Mlr-. Spencer, Chris. Her bubbling
personality has made the La P.A.S. Club a respected organization.
The Cipos are the "Deluxe" members of the Spanish Club.


LA P.A.S. CLUB


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These people just write. 'n write. 'n write. Chris.
Their journalistic ambitions are dauntless. Three
hoyi- Bill MeGinn. Raymond Kam, and Bob
Richardsun hav e since added variety by their
initiation into Ouill and Scroll. Miss Huffman
needed 'em, too.







Here youi see a worldly and wise hunch. Chris.
Not one scientific protePe, nor Mr. Maedl, has
-icceeded in blowing tip the school. They're
either mighty good ... or .


THE TORRID ZONE WIZARDS


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fliTIOnRL HOIOR SOCIETY


Chris, these are the honor students of C.H.S.
selections of these ten students: scholarship,
service.


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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY


Nine girls, Harriet Keenan, Gloria Bornefeld, Judy Havas, Jean McNair. Ruth Muckle,
Beverly Reeves, Arline Lincoln, Patricia Benny, and Alice Benthall, and one boy,
George Schulte, make up the senior part of the Caribbean Chapter of the National
Honor Society. We needn't tell you how proud C.H.S is of this organization and
its members. M i., Brown assumed the responsibility of guiding this brain trust.


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The original organizers of the "21" Club, sponsored by
the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club, chose twenty-one boys,
with Faculty Sponsors, Mr. Charles Wallace and Mr. Paul
Evancoe, to meet semi-monthly for the purpose of study-
ing. discussing and writing about the American Republics.
It is an organization, Chris, that you should join. That
man, Mr. Hotz, proved to be a mighty energetic member.


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2. What's the joke.?
3. Smile for the hirdiie!
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7. Bums i...-J.o
8. Look, a man!
9. Legs, life, and seniors.
10. What 'ya gonna do about it?
11. Hands Full!
12. The Mop.


13. Lee and Men.
14. Love in Bloom!
15. I can do that, too!
16. No secrets!
17. Well, we put up a good fight!


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Mr. Evancoe's American Problems class starts sleepy-
eyed Chris off for the day. Chris considers himself quite a
statesman, what with giving his private views on world affairs
and all.


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Physics. and Newton's Laws of Motion. en-
tertain Chris during the second period.
i' "But," says Chris. "'h. was I to know we
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At last, a study hall. But Chris has to repair to the Library. and check out that book
for American Problems. And. oh. yes. read the jokes in the latest Reader's Digest.




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The noon hour at last, and Chris is carried by the flood of humanity to the cafeteria,
where he eats his lunch. His ribs are filled with elbows, and his tray nearly spills,
but he finally reaches his table safely, and munches with much enjoyment on a hot dog.


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"Darn it. I made another mistake!" Don't take it so hard, Chris. we all make mistakes.
although Miss Patterson says we shouldn't.


"Chris. go down town and get an ad from - ,.., write an article on - No -" That
typifies two periods of journalism. When the three o'clock release bell finally rings.
Chris staggers out of class, thoroughly beaten and bewildered, toward home. where.
at last. he can relax and enjoy living.































STRING ENSEMBLE





No assembly is really complete without a selection or two from Cristobal High School's
capable Music Clubs. The beautiful numbers sung, and the golden tones given forth
under the guidance of our conductor, Mr. O. E. Jorstad, have cheered many a heart.
Seldom will you see anything to match the artistic beauty of the Annual Christmas
Pageant, Chris. Spring is ushered in with the delightful Spring Music Festival.





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GLEE CLUB





The Glee Club is guest at many out-of-school events. and entertains the students
with various programs given during the year. C.H.S. is quite music-minded this year.
for a great number of the student body is enrolled in the Glee Club.




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2. Reporters posing.
3. How would you like to edit that!


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2. Our Hero!
3. Hard at work!


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1. Don't smile so hard. Red.
2. Journalist posing.
3. Take notice, please.


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1. Down the line.
2. Judy and Jawn.
3. Photographer photographed.
1. The Trade Wind Girl.


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Norma Nail, Judy Havas, Jim Roe, John Buckley, Peter Fos-
ter, Margie Harrington, Tom Dorgan, Reed McIlvaine, Gin-
ger Merrill, Tom Dixon, Charles Madison, Bartley Wolfen-
stein, Rosemary Denson, and M.mLgie Styles all contributed
toward a bigger and better Trade Wind and Caribbean.


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The Cristobal Tigers captured their third straight Isthmian Championship under Coach
Luke Palumbo, with only a scoreless tie with the Junior College marring an otherwise perfect
record.


Cristobal-0


Junior College-0


The Canal Zone Junior College put the only blemish on a near-perfect record in the open-
ing game of the season, as they held the Tigers to a hard-fought scoreless tie on the quagmire
of Strode Field. The Tigers threatened several times, as Jackie Haywood's passes put them
into scoring position, but they lacked the punch to put the ball over the goal line.


Rah! Rah! Rah!


Plenty of mud! But no score!


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With Jackie Haywood and Louie Hooper putting
on great personal exhibitions, the Cristobal Tigers
defeated the Balboa High School by the highest score
in the gridiron rivalry between the two schools, 36-6.
Haywood passed to five of the six touchdowns, Louie
Hooper grabbing four in pay dirt, and Dick Chambers
snaring a fifth. Hooper also scored another touch-
down, racing 35 yards with an intercepted pass.


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Angered at being previously held to a tie, the Cristobal High School
grid jIg,--i nillt smashed its way to a decisive 9-0 victory over the Canal Zone
Junior College. The collegians held the school-boys in check until late in
the third quarter when half-back Joe Smith broke through the college line
and blocked a punt which rolled out of the end zone for a safety. \Wilh six
minutes left to play in the game, Jack Haywood faded to pass. He sighted
his receiver, and threw the pigskin into George Coulter's waiting arms in the
end zone for a touchdown. Hubert Pretto made good the extra point with a
perfect conversion.


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Cristobal-14 Balboa-0

The Tigers closed a very successful grid season with a fourteen-point
victory over a nuch-improved Balboa High School eleven. Joe Smith scored
the first touchdown with a sensational catch of a Haywood pass in the end
zone. George Coulter scored the other marker on another pass from Hay-
wood in the third quarter. Hubert Pretto kicked both extra points.


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This is our "B" league all-stars, Chris.
They are really on the ball this year. See
the girl in the center of the circle? She's
Bobby Williams, who was captain of
them. I iidjr her capable leadership the
team was victorious in all their games
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"A" LEAGU E ALL-STARS


Nice looking group, huh. Chris? They
can really play volleyball, too. as you
probably know. if you witnessed any
games when they played B.H.S. and
C.Z.J.C. Margie Styles and Harriet
Keenan \were co-captains and they really
kept the girls on their toes.


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1. Sleepy Lagoons
2. Up and over.
3. Shoe Flies


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4. Stardusters
5. Where is it?
6. Sky Larks.


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CLlSS WILL


The following Senior boys, being of unsound mind and in the full loss of their faculties,
do bestow and bequeath the following objects to their unlucky successors, the Juniors.

Reed llcllvaine-his greasepaint and footlights to Alan Townshend.
Thomas llcGinn-his oratorical ability to Edward Johnston.
James Roe-his luck at cards to anyone who has money to burn.
George Schulte-the presidency of the S.A. to Bill McGinn.
Kenneth Sether-his humor and wit to "Limey" David Sanders.
Joe Smith-his credit at Frank's to anyone who needs it.
Walter Templin-leaves Arden Armstrong to anyone who is feeling lucky.
Sam Blackburn-his size 13 gun-boats (shoes) to anyone.
Dick de Castro-his brakeless bicycle to anyone who likes that kind of transportation.
James Dorsey-his irresistable smile and blue eyes to any cute blonde.
Pete Foster-his irresistable charms over women to any Junior who needs a gal.
Rammies Halwany-his ability to drive any teacher crazy to any Junior who wants to try.

Charles .llllio,,, --takes his dancing ability with him.

Tom Gregg-his bedroom voice to Tom Lutro.

Robert Knoop-his height to any skyscraper.

Jack Pescod-his weight to Jim Fernandez.

Rchard S. l,,i,l,,i-g-hii secret peroxide solution to Charles Millspaugh.

Jack Taylor-his ability to go steady to Charles Millspaugh.

John Buckley-"Casey at the Bat" to George "Strikeout" Coulter.


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CLASS WILL


The girls of Cristobal High School, being of a flighty mind and unsound reason, do here
bequeath the following things to the beknighted underclassmen. If any person whosoever
wishes to claim these inheritances, he must do so quickly, or the woman's prerogative may be
exercised and the inheritances changed.

Nisla Aizpurua--her height to Kathleen Donahue.
Jeanne Boles-The Glee Club alto section to anyone who wants it.
Becky Dixon-Haywood in care of Junior Girls.
Joan Handlslhw--wills Jackie Haywood her athletic ability.
Beverly Meitzen-Charles Harrison to Jackie Whitlock.
Jane Snyder-her solemness to NiIIu Van Siclen.
Peggy Will..<,-Mi-- Patterson to any single marine.
Lee Brown-great intellect to her sister, Barbara.
Alice Benthall, Hedy Kellman-will to any junior their high school bread, a four-year loaf.
Elsie Kennedy-her legs to \Iri h- Simons.
Peggy llcllvaine-her clothes to Lila Hill.
Jean McNair-her loveliness to Junior Girls.
Betty Watts-her ability to keep a steady man to any Junior who wants it or needs it.
Patsy Benny-her sparkling personality to Pat Kuller.
Gloria Bornefeld-her diminutive height to Jeannette McLaren.
Helene Diaz-dainty feet to Pat Leach.
Judy Havas-her sophisticated well-moderated laugh to David "Limey" Sanders.
Fay Howard-her shorthand assignments to "Bobby" Williams.
Joyce 1ll, i ,,--her alluring blue eyes to Dolly Benny.
Dot Howard-Worrall-her ability to exist in this place to any new "kid."
Arline Lincoln-her ability to chew gum with a straight face to Arden Armstrong. (She needs
it!)
lUtrgie Harrington-future Pete Foster's to C.H.S. girls.
Ginger merrill-her quick reports to anyone who's slow on the trigger.


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In conclusion...

The path to a perfect year book is not all glory and roses, Chris.
Let all who complain remember that it's not so much the appearance, as
the spirit, that counts. Recall the hard work, the mad rushing, the worn-
out typewriters and typists, when you show our Caribbean to your grand-
child. "Se that handsome boy out on the field? That's me, back in '47.
And see the boy next to me? That was my best buddie!"
Much credit goes to the staff who all gave unsparingly of their energy, and to John
Buckley, the chief editor, the indispensable guy whose unerring hands did a great deal of the
putting together and most of the planning. Judy Havas, his right-hand girl, is responsible for
much of the writing and lots of tedious work. Others on the staff are: Ginger Merrill, Jean
McNair, Becky Dixon, Marjorie Harrington, Bartley Wolfenstein, Pete Foster, Charles Madison,
Rosemary Denson, and Reed McIlvaine. Bartley, Margie, and Pete were indefatigable ad-
hunters, while Charles and Reed took many excellent pictures. And we musn't forget Miss
Dottie Huffman, our "guiding star;" or the St. Petersburg Printing Co., the Southern En-
graving Co., and the Craftco Yearbook Cover Co.'s aid.
Well, Chris, it has been super knowing you, and we hope you'll stay with us. We hope
you have liked this book written about you, the typical student, and your activities in school.
We'll miss you, those of us who have graduated, but the rest of us will be back once more next
year.


THE STAFF



















. . And to those who have aided us financially,
we express our sincerest appreciation.

THE STAFF, FACULTY, AND STUDENTS


73







Compliments of


ALLISON


PHOTO


SERVICE


We have your negative on file if you
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A BOON TO OUR
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Seventy-nine


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Compliments


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Compliments of

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PHONE 1129-J BOX 530
COLON



Compliments of


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EXPORTERS
Coconuts N .1 Products
IMPORTERS
General Merchandise
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Compliments
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Garage

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STUDEBAKER
Atlas Batteries
Tires and Accessories

15th St. and Melendez Ave.
Phone 923 Colon

Eighty-two


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French Braiding
Scalp Treatments
Permanents
Any Style of Hair-Do


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The

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Wish Every Success
to the Graduating
Class of 1947


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P. O. Box 800
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articles for men, women,
and children.

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For that Best Dressed
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COLON


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Earrings
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Center Pieces
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To the Class of 1947

Thank You !


Herff-Jones is Proud to have Been

Chosen to AI.hwiii'.w.liire

Your Class Rings

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PHONE 48 OR 354

Sinet -three


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Agents for
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45 FRONT STREET


PHONE 113


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Satisfaction Guaranteed



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Ninetr-six


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COLON


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CURIOSITIES


Ramon Jimenez


Official Watch Inspector,
P. R. R.


For the best Service
Call for

Hamilton Watches


Phone Box
1855 831
COLON