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We offer this log in tribute to Miss Adamary Anderson whose
ever-present spontaniety and driving force, combined with her
sparkling personality, have been largely responsible for the success
of the Senior Class during their stay in Cristobal High School.




Co-Editors William Hoffmeyer, Norma Nall

Photographic Editor Edward Johnston
Ad Editors Pedro Nieves, Dolores Thompson
Business Manager Rosemary Denson



STAFF



Arden Armstrong

ViLMA Bejarano

Wilma Collins

Edward Corbett

Helen Crandall

Rosemary Denson

Thomas Dixon

Joan Dougan

Nancy Dyer

Maxine Gumban

William Hoffmeyer

Jacqueline Hunter

Edward Johnston



Muriel Jordan

Raymond Kam

William Korenbrot

Elenore Kuller

William McGinn

Norma Nall

Pedro Nieves

Lillian Norris

Jim Rosskopf

Dolores Thompson

Alan Townshend

IzzY Wachtel
Roberta Williams



Acknowledgements

Art Florence Christian, Lee Van Siclen. Robert Stern

Pictures Robert Wilford

Sponsor Dorothy Huffman




Mr. Paul Beck, Principal



THE MM OF POWER



Mr. Paul Beck, who succeeded Mr. Ted Hotz on October
1, 1947, proved himself an able man for a big task.



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THE CABINET



STIDEST ISSOCIATIOS

One of the most important phases of school work is the practice
of self-government. This is done through the Student Association.
President of the Student Association and Co-ordinator of Activities
this year was Bill McGinn, ably assisted by Vice-President, Dorn
Thomas; Treasurer, Ann Newhard; and Secretary, Ray Kam. Mr.
Clyde Flowers was the Sponsor of the organization, and Miss Patterson
served as Adviser on financial affairs.



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Instructors

Mr. Paul Beck, Principal

B.A., Findlay College

M.A., University of Columbia

Further study in Columbia University

"Hello Skinny!"




Mr. Paul Beck




Miss Adamary Anderson

U. S. History, Counsellor

Occupational Information

B.A.. Florida State College

M.A.. University of Michigan

Further study in business schoul,

Jacksonville, Florida

"Drop in again sometime!"

Mr. Paul Evancoe

English 9, 10

American Problems

A.B., Lebanon Valley

M.A., Duke University

Further study in Duke University

"Now, in Russia--"



Miss Mary Worrell

Art

B.S.. Universty of Missouri

M.S., Northwestern University

'Wash off those paint brushes!"



Mr. Carl Maedel

General Science

State Teachers College

Moorhead, Minnesota

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Miss JeaniN'e Bbown

Librarian, English 10

Stephens College

B.A., University of Missouri

M.A., University of Missouri

Further study in University of

Washington

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Secretary

Canal Zone Junior College

Further study in Biltwort Junior

College

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Mr. Raybirn Brians

Physics, Mathematics,
Chemistry

B.S., University of Idaho
M.S., University of Idaho

"Now listen! You Kids!"



Mr. Carroll Anderson

Wood Shop

Kansas State Teachers
College

"Pill those tools awar!"



Mr. Noel Gibson

Metal Shop, Mechanical
Drawing

B.S., Bradley Tech.

"Cet busy!"




Coach John Fawcett

Physical Education

University of Redlands,
California

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Adam, Frances

Aleguas, Mary

Archbold. Terry

Armstrong, Arden

Aycock, David

Badders, Bill

Bejarano, Vilma

Benny, Marie

Brayton, Alice

Brown, Barbara

Collins, Wilma

Corbett, Edward

Cotanche, Delores

Coulter, George

Crandall, Helen

Denson, Rosemary

Dixon, Tom

Donahue, Kathleen

DouGAN, Joan

Dyer, Nancy

Egolf, George

Engelke, John

Englebright, Bertha

Fernandez, James

FuREY, Mary
Gumban, Emilia

GUMBAN, MaXINE

Harrison, Charles

Haywood. Jack
Hellums. Jeannene

HOFFMEYER, WiLLIAM

Johnston, Edward

KaM. RAYMO^D



KORENBROT, WiLLIAM
KULLER, EleNORE

Leach, Pat
Mackenzie, Loring

Malin, Craig

McGinn, William

McLaren, Jeannette

McLaughlin, William

Miller, Gertrude

Millspaugh, Charles

Nall, Norma

NiEVES, Pedro

NoRRis, Lillian

Pretto, Eola

QuiNN, Robert

RossKOPF, James

Russell, Virginia

Sanders, David

Sanders. Philip

Schulte, Harry

Serko. David

Simons, Merle

Sollas, Gilbert

Styles, Marjorie

Taylor, Hugh

Tesch, Jean

Thompson, Dolores

Tompkins, Edna

TowNSHEND, Alan

Van Siclen, Norma Lee

Williams, Roberta

WiLLOUGHBY, WiLLIAM

Yohros, Benjamin





First
Classmen



President
Marjorie Styles



Vice-President
David Sanders



Marjorie Ruth Styles

"Margie"

Ancon. Canal Zone

February 9. 1930

"A true and loyal friend

Who makes brains and beaiitv

blend."
Baskethall. 9-10-1M2. Alktars.

9-10-11
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

9-10-11-12
.Softball. 9-10-11. Allstars. 9
Home Room Representative. 10
La Pas. 10-11

Torrid Zone Wizard. 10-11-12
Junior Class President. 11
Senior Class President. 12
Quill and Scroll. 12. Secretary, 12
Cipos, 11
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 11



David Sanders

"Limey"

Barrancabermeja. Columbia

May 30. 1930

"A helping hand he'll always

lend;
A carefree lad, but a real,

true friend."
Basketball. 9-10-12
Baseball. 10-11
Football. 10
Softball. 9-10-11-12
La Pas. 10-11
\ ice-President. 12
Cipos. 11
Hall Monitor. 11-12



Alan Townshend

"Skeezy"

Colon, Republic de Panama

February 18, 1930

"One who has both feet firmly

planted in the air."
Football, 9-11-12
Baseball. 9-11-12
Basketball, 9
Softball. 9-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-11-12
Military- School. 10
Track. 11-12
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee. 11
Senior Class Secretary
Glee Club. 12




Treasurer
Arden Armstro.ng



Marian Arden Armstrong

"Arden"

Ancon. Canal Zone

October 6. 1930

"Forward and frolic glee teas

there;
The will to do, the soul to dare."
Glee Club, 9
La Pas. 10-11
Dramatic Club. 10-11-12
Pep Squad. 9-10

Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 12
Basketball. 11-12. Allstars, 11
Cbeerleader, 11-12
Tradewind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff. 12
Treasurer, 12
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 11
Dances and Decoration

Committee, 12
Swimming. 10
SoflbaH. 9-10-11-12
Queen's Court. 12
Victory Corps. 9
Hall Monitor. 11-12




Secretary
Al.\n Townshend



Patricia Leach

''Par

Ancnn. Canal Zone

October 26. 1930

"Energetic. . full of laughs.

A lovable bninetle cyclone."

Vollevball. 9-10-1 M2. Allstars.

9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

9-10
Softball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars.

9-10-11-12
Cheerleader, 12
Queen's Court

Philip Ransdall Sanders

"Pinky"

Colon. Rupublic de Panama

November 23, 1930

"His hopes are high as his legs

are long.
Why worry about trouble,

he's singing a song."
Football. 9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12
Track. 9-10-11-12
.Softball. 9-10
Basketball. 9
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Thespians. 11-12
Orchestra. 9-10-11-12
Band. 11-12
Glee Club. 11-12
Torrid Zone Wizards. 10-11-12
.Ir.-.Sr. Banquet Committee. 11
Class Dance Committee, 9-10

Kathleen Donahue

Brooklyn. New York

May 8. 1930

"Silence gives the proper

grace to women."
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Softball, 10
\ollevball, 10-11-12
Basketball. 10-11-12
Glee Club. 11-12



David Serko

"Dave"

Havana, Cuba

July 3. 1931

"He broke no promise, served

no private end.
He gained no title, and he

lost no friend."
Camera Club. 9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Torrid Zone Wizards, 10-11-12
Glee Club, 10
Orchestra. 10-11-12
Band. 11-12
Football. 9-10-11-12




Albert William Badders

"Bill"

Annapolis, Maryland

April 5, 1927

"A little work, and mostly play.

Blend together for a perfect day"

Football, 9-10-11-12

.Softball, 9

Baseball, 9-12

Basketball, 9-11-12

\^ater Polo, 12

Track, 12

Marv Theresa Furey

Cristobal, Canal Zone

May 10, 1930

"Oh, thou art fairer than the

evening air,
(Had in the beauty of a thousand

stars."
Basketball, 10
\ Cllevball. 9-10-11-12
(;iee Club, 9-10
\ ictory Corps. 9
La Pas. 10-11
Forum ('bib. 1 1-12
Cipos, 11

National Honor .Society, 11-12
("amera Club, 12
Dance Committee, 12
Dramatic Club. 10-11-12
Hall Monitor. 11-12



John Encelke

Ancon. Canal Zone

September S. 1930

"A faithful iriend is a strong

defense"
Football. 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12
Softball. 9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Camera Club. 9
Model Airplane Club. 9
Thespians. 10-11-12
Rifle Club. 11-12
Dance Committee. 9-10-11
Class Secretary. 9
Recorder Rifle Club. 11-12
Track, 11-12



Dolores Thompson

"Tommie"

Lewistown. Pennsylvania

May 14. 1930

"Dolores is friend!) kind and

true;
Always ready to laugh with you.

Glee Club. 10
Cheer Leader. 11
Volleyball. 12
Class Secretary, 9




William Davis Hoffmeyer

Morgantown, West Virginia

July 20. 1930

^'An aflab/e and courteous

genlleman."
Chess Club, 9
Dramatic Clnb. 9-10-11-12
Science Club. 10
Bridge Club. 10
La Masque, 11
21 Club, 12
President Chess Club
S.A. Alternate. 12
Vice-President 21 Club
Vice-President Dramatic Cliili
Trade Wind ."^taff. 12
Caribbean Editor, 12
Curator Goff Museum, 10

Gertrude Eve Miller

'Tri/rfr"

Cleveland. Ohio

July 16. 1929

"/ would rather be remembered

b\ a sung, than by a inctory."
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12
Camera Club, 12
Cheerleader. 9

James Dewey Rosskopf

"Jim"

Iwatonne, Minnesota

August 23. 1930

"He's nitty and radical, wise

and good."
Band. 9

Class Senator. 9
Track, 10

Trade Wind Staff. 12
Caribbean .Staff. 12
Football, 11-12

WiLMA Wood Collins

Dudley, Georgia
January 17, 1931
"From the top of her head to the

tip of her toes
The impression of neatness and

loveliness grows.'
Volleyball, 9-10-12, Allstars,

9-10-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

9-10-11
Softball, 9-12
G. A. A.. 9-10

Rifle Club. 11-12. .Secretary. 11-12
National Honor Society. 12
Quill and Scroll, 12
Class Secretary. 9
Class President. 10
Dramatic ('lub. 12
Camera tMub, 12
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff. 12
Victory Corps. 9
Hall Monitor, 9-10
English Club Secretary. 9-10
Girl Reserves. 9-10
Dances and Decoration

Commiltee, 10




Elenore Ann Kuller

"Pat"

A neon, Canal Zone

October 16, 1930

"Full of fun the livelong day

Joking and laughing her cares

away."
\ iciorv Corps, 9

\ollevball, 9-10-11. Allstars. 9-10
Ra-ketball. 9-10-11. Allstars, 9-10
N)flball. 9-10, Allstars. 9-10
Varsity. 9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
La Pas. 10-11

Class Representative. 9-10-12
President's Cabinet. 12
Talent Assembly Committee, 12
Tradewind .Staff, 12
Caribbean .Staff. 12
Dance Committee. 9-10-11-12
junior-.Senior
Banquet Committee, 11



Charles Millspaugh

"Chuck"

Walden, New York

April 2. 1930

"A cheerful smile, a pleasant

word ;
Mirth over sadness, he

preferred."



Jeannette McLaren

".Shorty"

Ouincy, Mass.

March 12, 1931

"She's petite, pretty, popular,

and punctilious."
Volleyball, 11
La Pas, 11
Cipos, 11

Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Class Secretary, 11
Class Representative, 11
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 11
Senior Dance Committee, 12



Craig Malin

.Stockton, California

April 3, 1930

"Once in a thousand years,

.4 perfect character appears."

Band, 9-10-11-12

Orchestra. 9-10-11-12

Football. 9-12

.Softball, 11-12

National Honor Society, 12

President, 12
21 Club, 12
Vice-President, 10 (Balboa)




Marie Benny

'Dolly'

Ancon, Canal Zone
September 30, 1930
"Nothing is more simple llinn

greatness :
Indeed, to be simple, is to

be great."
La Pas. 10-11
Glee Chil). 10-11
Torrid Zone Wizards, 10-11-12
Junior-Senior Prnm Committee,
11



David Aycock

"Date"

Nashville, Tennessee
June 7, 1930

"There is more in me than

you understand."
Class President, 9
Football, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,

11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 11
Basketball, 11-12



Charles Price Harrison Jr.

"Charlie"

Ancon, Canal Zone

August 4, 1930

"Silence is a virtue, possess it,

if you can.
It's seldom found in woman;

almost never found in man.''
Football. 9-10-11.12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11
Softball. 9-10
Thespians. 11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Waterpnlo. 9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9
La Pas. 10-11
Hall Monitor. 12



Helen Louise Crandall

Colon, Republic de Panama

February 25. 1930

"A gentle mind by gentle deeds

is known."
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Tradewind .Staff. 12
Caribbean Staff, 12




Tom Dixon

'Tommy"

Tala. Honduras

October 7. 1929

"Happy am I. from cares am free.

If liy can't everyone be happy

like me?"
Football. 9-10-11-12. Allstars,

9-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

9-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 9-11
Softball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 9
Queens Court, 12



Virginia Russell

"" ( irgie"

Rutherford. New Jersey

February 24. 1931

".4 girl with beauties very rare;

Bewitching eyes and raven hair."



Barbara Brown

"Bobbie"

('olon. Republic de Panama

July 21. 1930

".4 helping hand she'll always

lend
.4 carefree lass, but a real,

true friend."
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars,

9-10
Softball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars. 9-10
Swimming. 9-10-11-12
La Pas, 10-11



Robert Quinn

"Bob"

Panama. Republic de Panama

June 18, 1930

".4 man he seems of cheerful

yesterdays, and confident

tomorrows."
Biology Club. 10
Camera (!lub, 11
Football. 11
Baseball. 11-12




George Coulter

Queens, New York

December 3. 1929

"There are many ucnderlul thin';s

in nature,
Bui the most wonderlul oj

all is man."
Football. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

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

10-11-12
Track. 10-11-12. Allstars. 10-11-12
Waterpolo. 11-12. Allstars, 11-12
Hall Monitor. 11

Roberta Frances Williams

Bobby"

A neon. Canal Zone

October 31, 1930

'.4 dimple in the chin, a devil

within.'^
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11, Allstars.

9-10-11
.Softball. 9-10-11. Allstars,

9-10-11
Junior-Senior Prom Committee. 11
Varsity. 9-10-11-12
La Pas. 10-11
Cipo, 11

Cheerleader, 11-12
Queen's Court, 1
Onill and Scroll, 12
Tradewind Staff. 12
Caribbean Staff, 12

Edward C. Johnston

Eddie"

Savannah. Georgia

January- 19. 1930

'77/ do the best that I may do,

W hile I have the power to stand'

Football. 11-12

Baseball. 12

Camera Club. 10-11-12. Vice

President, 12
Torrid Zone Wizard. 10-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9
Clee Club, 11
Program Committee. Junior-

.Senior Prom. 11
Caribbean Staff. 12
Tradewind Staff. 12
Photographer. 12

Delores Cotanche

Lorie"

Lawton. Michigan

July 10. 1930

'Did nothing in particular.
And did it very uell."




Norma Lenore Nall

Cherokee. Oklahoma

-March 10. 1930

'She was our queen, our rose,
our star."

Vollevball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12

Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
9-1011

Softball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
9-10-11-12

Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12

Thespian. 9-10-11-12, Secretary-
Treasurer, 11-12

Glee Club, 9-10-11

Ouill and Scroll, 11-12, President,
12

Junior-Senior Banquet Committee

Dance Committee. 9-10-11-12

Student Association
Representative. 11-12

Class President. 10

Cheerleader. 10-11-12

Varsity Club, 9-10-11-12

La Pas, 10-11

Cinos, 11

Hall Monitor, 11

Tradewind Staff, 11-12

Caribbean Editor, 11-12

President's Cabinet, 12

George Robert Ecolf

Colon, Republic de Panama
November 17, 1930
'7/ handsome is as handsome does,
.4 fairer lad there never was."
Football. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Waterpolo, 9-10-11-12

AuDRA Joan Dougan

]o"

Marvville, Missouri

April 21, 1930

'The devil ivithin. the devil

without,
.SAe's an Irish lass, without

a doubt."
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Glee Club. 10
Acapella Choir. 10
(jamera Club. 10
Trade Wind Staff. 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Hcmie Rome Representative, 12
(Juill and .Scroll, 12
President's Cabinet, 12
Hall Monitor, 12

Edna Tompkins

Patterson, New Jersey

May 21, 1929

She is in charity with the world."

Victory Corps, 9




Augustus Raymond Kam

"Radar"

Colon. Republic de Panama
October 7, 1927

"He has sounded forth the trumpet
that shall never call retreat."
Football. 9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-1 M2
Basketball. 9-10-11-12
Track. 9

Student Manager. 9-10-12
La Pas. 9-1011
Cipos. 10-11

Dramatic Clnb. 9-10-11-12
Thespians. 10-11-12. Clerk. 11,

President. 12
Qiiill and .Scroll. 11-12. Vice

President. 12
21 Club. 11-12. .Secretary, 11,

President. 12
Glee Club. 10
Junior-Senior Prom

Committee. 11
Victory Corps. 9

Student Association Secretary. 12
Forum. 10-11
Camera Club. 12
Hall Monitor. 11-12
Tradewind Staff. 11-12
Caribbean Staff. 11-12

Maxine Gumban

"Cookie"

Panama City. Panama

July 8. 1929

"Her laughter and giggles are

heard all day.
For she believes in the smiling

uav."
Archerv. 9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12
Softball. 9-10-11-12
Swimming. 9-10-11-12
Tennis. 9-10-11

Terry Archbold

"Cinch

Colon, Republic de Panama

August 29. 1929

"Joking decides great things

Stronger and better oft than

earnest can."
Football. 9-10-11-12
.Softball. 9-10-11
Baseball. 9-10-11-12
Basketball. 10-11-12
Victory Corps, 9
La Pas, 10-11
Cipos, 11
Track, 11-12

Emilia Gumban

"Emy"

Panama City, Panama

May 14, 1928

"Her sparkling eye doth

Wrench a sigh from these

All around her."

Glee Club. 9-10-11-12




Mary Aleguas

"Ritlie"

Colon, Republic de Panama

March 31, 1930

"Mary's faithful, true and kind;

A nicer girl is hard to find."

Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11
.Softball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

910-11-12
La Pas. 11-12
Cipos. 12

Ben Yohros

"Benno"

Brooklyn. New York

October 17. 1929

"Tho modest, on his

unembarassed brow is
written 'Gentleman'."

Track. 9

Baseball. 9

Basketball. 9

Softball. 9

Camera Club. 9-10-11-12

Junior Rifle Club, 11-12

Merle Simons

Colon. Republic de Panama

April 17. 1928

"She lives in peaceful

harmony with the world."
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars.

10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11. Allstars,

9-10-11
La Pas. 9-10-11
Cipos. 11

National Honor Society. 11-12
\arsity Club. 10-11-12'
Softball. 9-10-11, Allstars, 11
Forum. 9

Pedro Nieves

"Chibolo"

Colon. Republic de Panama

Januar)' 26.' 1931

"/ laugh, for hope hath happy

peace with me."
F.i(,tball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Softball, 910-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Ba^ketbaIl. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Torrid Zone Wizards, 10-11-12
21 Club, 11-12
Thespian, 11-12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Tradewind .Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Junior-.Senior Banquet Committee
Class Vice President. 11




Nancy Dyer

""Aon"

Washington. D. C.

May 3, 1930

Unselfish in every thought

and care.
She enjoys a happiness

that^s rare.'^
Basketball, 10
Caribbean Staff, 12
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Nolleyball, 9-10
Victory Corps, 9
La Pas, 10-11-12
National Honor Society, 11-12
Cipos, 11

Dance Committee, 11-12
Junior-Senior Banquet, 11
Assembly Committee, 11-12
Quill and Scroll, 12

Lillian Mary Norris

"Sister"

Ancon, Canal Zone

May 13, 1930

"Her irrepressible gayety is the

Cause ol her popularity."

Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12

Glee Club, 9-10-11

Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 12

Basketball, 9-10-11-12

Softball, 9-10-11-12

Speech Activities

Debate, 11

Cheer Leader, 12

Dance Committee, 9-10

Junior-Senior Banquet Committee

Tradewind Staff, 12

Caribbean Staff, 12

James Arnold Fernandez

"lim"

Colon, Republic de Panama

June 26. 1929

"Hitch your wagon to a star

And soar to wondrous heights."

La Pas, 10

Basketball, BasebaH, Football,

Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 1011
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12

William C. Willoughby

"Hiir

Scutlsbluff, Nebraska
April 29, 1931

"Very quiet and unassuming:
If eighty plans his mind is

brewing."
Football. 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12
Swimming, 11-12
Track. 11-12
21 Club. 11-12
Torrid Zone Wizard, 9-101 1-12,

President, 11
Glee Club, 10-11-12




Edward George Gorbett

"Buddy"

Colon. Republic de Panama

June 24, 1930

"The world was taken in his

stride ;
A or turned he back jor time

nor tide."
Football, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,

9-10-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 9
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 9
Basketball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 9
Torrid Zone Wizard. 9-10-11-12,

Secretary, 10, President, 12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Thespians. 11-12. \"ice

President. 12
La Pas. 10-11
Cipos, 11

National Honor Society. 12
Quill and Scroll, 12
Rifle Cluij, 11-12
21 Club, 12
\ ictory Corps, 9
Presidential Cabinet, 12
Dance Committee. 9-10-11-12
Tradewind Staff. 12
Caribbean Staff, 12

Frances Adam

"Fran"

Houston. Texas

January 19, 1930

"And her smile like sunshine

Darts into many a sunless heart."

Camera Club, 12

Coed Cadets, 11

Majorette, 10-11-12

Bertha Englebricht
"Bin"

Cristobal. Canal Zone

April 14, 1929

"There s a song in her heart."

La Pas, 11

Cipos, 11

Glee Club, 9-10-11-12

Norma Lee Van Siclen

"Lee"

Oklahoma

June 10, 1929

".4 little wit would please me

more by half;
I didn't come to learn, I came

to laugh."
Camera Club, 10-11-12
Cheerleader. 10-11
Dramatic Club. 10-11-12
Thespians. 11-12
\ollevball. 10-11. Allstars. 11
Gun Club. 12

Dance Committees. 10-11-12
Treasurer. Junior Class
Banquet Committee. 11




William Patrick McGinn

"Biir

Cristobal, Canal Zone

May 8. 1930

"Born for success he seemed,"

Football. 9-101M2. Allstars,

9-101M2
Baseball, 9-10-1M2
Basketball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 9
Track, 9-10-11-12
Orchestra, 9-10
Dramatic Club, 11-12
Junior Rifle Club, 12
Torrid Zone Wizard, 12
Class Vice President, 9
21 Club. 11-12
Student Association

Representative, 11
Student Association

President, 12

Jeanenne Ardery Hellums

"Jeannie"

St. Joseph, Missouri

April 12, 1929

"Her eyes are sapphires set

in snou."
Volleyball, 9-10-11
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,

9-12
Baseball, 9

Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Camera Club. 12
Glee Club, 9

Usherette Committee, 11-12
Class Representative, 10
Hall Monitor, 11

William J. McLaughlin

"Mac"

Newark, New Jersey

July 23, 1931

"A kind and steadfast mind

has he;
He takes his problems seriouslv."
Baseball, 9-10-12
Football. Basketball. .Softball.

9-10-11-12
Orchestra. 10-11-12
Band, 11-12
21 Club, 12

National Honor Society, 12
Torrid Zone Wizards, 10-1112

Rosemary Denson

"Rosie"

Columbus, Ohio

July 21, 1930

"1/ to her share some jemale

errors jail.
Look on her face, and you'll

j or get them all."
Volleyball, 9-12 B
Basketball, 9-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-12
Glee Club, 9-11-12
Tradewind Staff, 11-12
Caribbean Staff, 11-12
Music, Costume, Make-up

Committees, 9
Class Secretary, 9




Jean Tesch

"Bug"

Kearney, New Jersey

July 8, 1930

"For uho talks much must

talk in rain,
l/i tongue iiithin my lips, I rein.'
Junior Rifle Club, 11-12



Harry Schulte

Kl Paso, Texas

June 24, 1931

"Not too studious, not too gay,

He trod the even middle way."

I.a Pas, 9-10-11

Cipos, 11

\ ice-President S. A., 11

Budget Minister, S. A.. 12

Football. 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 11

Track. 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 11

21 Club, 11-12

Hall Monitor, 11-12



Vilma Bejarano

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Ancon, Canal Zone
September 23, 1929
"Her merry ivays, her sparkling

smile.
Her ready uit. make lije north

while."
La Pas, 9-10-11
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11-12
Varsity Club, 10-11-12
Cipos, 11
Cheerleader, 12
All Allstar Teams. 10-11-12



LoRiNG V. Mackenzie

flee"

<)uantanamo Bay, Cuba
May 22, 1929

" Men of fete ivords art the best

men."
Waterpolo, 1 1
Baseball, 11-12
Softball, 12




EoLA Pretto

Colon. Republic tie Panama

April 8. 1928

"The good and wise lead quiet

lives."
La Pas, 10



Gilbert A. Sollas

"T-Bone"

Colon. Republic de Panama

August 31, 1929

"And loolis the whole world in

the face.
For he oives not any man."
Football. 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-12
Track. 9-12
Basket"ball. 9
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Glee Club, 9-10
Rifle Club, 11-12
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 11
Student Manager, 12



Hugh Taylor

(No Picture I

Colon Republic de Panama

November 28, 1929

"Speech is great; but silence

is greater."
Football, 9-10




John Haywood

"Jack"

Mobile. Alabama

September 5, 1929

'/ fnalie the most of all that

conies:
.hid the least of all that goesJ
Foctball. 9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12
Track. 9-10-11-12
All Allstars, 9-1011-12
Queen's Court, 11-12



AucE Brayton

"Al"

Balboa, Canal Zone
April 24, 1929
"Little deeds of kindness
Little ivords of love.
Help to make earth happy
Like the heavens above."
Vollevball. 9-10-11-12
Ba>ketball. 9-10-11-12
\ ictory- Corps. 9
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Camera Club, 12



William W. Korenbrot

"Bill"

Gdansk, Poland

May 6, 1926

"The most essential feature of

man is his improvableness."
Camera Club, 9-10-11
21 Club, 11-12
Movie Assembly Committee. 11




cuss HISTORY



The good ship "Cristobal High" was completed in 1932, at an initial cost of
$632,000. Twelve years later, in 1944, 68 crewmen signed on and defeated
the Sophomores in the annual Frosh-Soph Brawl.

A year later, with only 65 members left, the third-classmen lost the brawl.

As Juniors, the class had been cut to only 62. During the year a
prediction was made concerning the class reunion in 1958. It was predicted
that the rocket ship carrying the people to the reunion would crash and
the members would be captured by Cannibals. This was done in the form
of a very interesting assembly.

When the last year of the four-year stretch rolled around, the class
jumped back to 65 members. In lieu of the usual Talent Assembly, the class
presented a Thanksgiving Day program, emphasizing the Freedom Train.

According to the grade point system, the class is slightly better tiian
average. Based on 4 points for A, 3 for B, et cetera, the class average is 2.2.50.

The class has also been active in other departments, especially athletics.
The A League Football Allstars was composed of seven first-string and three
second-string players. The girls were also rabid sports enthusiasts.

Among the clubs may be found many Seniors. There are seven in the
National Honor Society, eight in the Tliespians, and so it goes in every club.

The attendance record of the class is also impressive, considering the
number of students who come and go continuously. The average attendance
of the 65 students is three and one third years.

The class is a cosmopolite group, coming from five foreign countries and
the United States. The largest single group is from Panama, (31 out of 65.)
Other foreign countries represented, include: Cuba, 2. Poland, Honduras,
and Colombia, 1 each. Sixteen states and the District of Columbia also are
represented: New York leads with 5, closely followed by New Jersey with 3,
Oklahoma, Ohio, Missouri, Texas, and Georgia, 2 each. Those with only 1
are: Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Maryland,
Alabama, Tennessee, California, West Virginia, and Minnesota.




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BEST ALL AROUND Yormfl Nail and Bill McGinn
BEST DANCERS .-4 r FRIENDLIEST Paf Kuller and John Engleke
MOST STUDIOUS Morr Fiirey and Bill McLaughlin
WITTIEST PflZ Kuller and David Sanders
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED A'oncy Dyer and Bill McGinn
MOST ATHLETIC /?o/>eria Williams and George Egolf
BEST DRESSED Lee Van Siclen and Raymond Kam
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2. "All for CHS stand up and holler'

3. Hubba !

4. What studying??!!!

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6. FAKE!!!

7. No fair nioiiopoliziiij;! !

8. Our Beauties!!!

9. Hey! You're out of step???!!!



10. Help!! A mad-woman!!

11. I wonder. I wonder????

12. Must be "femmes fatale"!??

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Edward Allcaier Sanna Munden Jacqueline Hunter Beulah Simons Gilbert Young



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1. Get on the ball!

2. Colors going up!

3. Yeah, freshmen

4. 1-2-3 Heave!



6. Get your elbow out of my ribs!

7. Gentleman Jim.

8. Hey, no fair tickling!

9. We lose more underclassmen this way.



5. Is this trip necessary? 10. Does Emily Post allow this?



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The library



''Here they sit

So sad and doivnhearted

Knowledge around and none retarded!"





1. Cafe Girls and Miss McLimans

2. Lunch Counter and Evancoe



3. Badders and Adam

4. Christian, Hoffmeyer, Kam



Let^s Eat, Drink, and be Merry!




C. H. S. String Ensemble



The Glee Club and Orchestra may not produce angelic music all the time,
hut their activities under Mr. Jorstad are truly outstanding.

The Music Department is one of the most important aboard the U. S. S.
Cristobal. Many times during the year, the Orchestra is called on to play
for assemblies, plays, and other special occasions. The Glee Club is very
popular, in school as well as out of school.

Among the outstanding events of the year were the Annual Christmas
Festival, the Easter Concert, and the Spring Music Festival. At all of these, the
Choir, and the Orchestra presented beautiful programs for the general public.

The band has made its contribution this year, playing at patriotic
assemblies and pep rallies and many of our big games.



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Nothing is complete without appropriate music. The S. S. Cristobal is no
exception, for the Cristobal High School Orchestra and Band have always
given forth golden tunes under the guidance of the director, Mr. 0. E. Jorstad.
The annual Christmas Festival and the Spring Music Festival are the out-
standing events of the year. This year the C. H. S. Band played for most
athletic gatherings.



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ART DEPARTMEIT




Miss Mary Worrell
Instructor



The Art Department of our ship does work of decoration and
advertisement for our social affairs. The display windows in
the hallways are filled with the work of our future artists.



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Co. Editors



Izzy Wachtel, Wllma Collins.






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Feature Writers Maxine Gumban, Muriel Jordan,

Norma Nail, Dolores Thompson, Pat
Kuller, Jim Rosskopf, Bill Hotfmeyer,
Nancy Dyer. Bill McGinn, Ullian
Norris, Jackie Hunter, Helen Cran-
dall, Joan Dougan, Alan Town-
shend, BobBy. Williams, Arden
Armstrong, W. Kornordt.

Sports Editor Raymond Kam.

I Sports Writers Noripa Nail. Bobby Williams. VUma

Bejarano, Pedro Nleves. Edward Cor-
bett, Tom Dixon, Charles MlUs-
paugh.

! Photographers Alan Townshend, Edward Johnston.

I Business Manager Rosemary Denson.

'I Sponsor Miss Dorothy Huffman.






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1. Make 'em yell Vilnia

2. Is that Bill?

3. Our attractive audience.



4. Student Manager Kam 7. A boy

5. "The Cafeteria Kids" 8. Drugstore Cowboy!

6. Whatcha doin' hmnininim? 9. Visitors Welcome!




1. Teammates 5. Grable 9. Knit ime. purl two 13. Almighty Seniors

2. Morale Builders 6. Ye Old Alma Mater 10. Hi Boys!!! 14. The Team

3. Pretty Boy 7. Snapper 11. The Sirens and the Basement Boys 15. Is That Right'.''

4. Caught! 8. Solo Mio 12. Now the day is over 16. The Fans




Scenes from "MR. and MRS. MRTH"



Mr. Paul Beck, Director



National Thespians

In 1928 the National Thespian Honor
Society Troupe No. 217 was founded, to
develop a spirit of active and intelligent
interest in dramatics in Cristobal High
School. The troupe was organized to
encourage the production of better plays,
attainment of a better mastery of language,
the development of poise and self control,
and an appreciation of dramatic literature
and its techniques.

Thespian membership is granted to those
students who excel in the various phases
of dramatics. Thespian credit is given on
a point system, and one point is equivalent
to ten hours of work. Accumulation of ten
points makes a person eligible for member-
ship. The names of students with sufficient
points are formally presented to the mem-
bers; their aliility is discussed and the
sponsor gives his opinion. The sponsor
holds final authority governing member-
ship requirements.

The Thespians" first production of the
season was the murder-comedy "Mr. and
Mrs. North."

The officers for this year are: President.
Raymond Kam; Vice-President, Edward
Corbett; Secretary, Norma Nail; and the
Sponsor, Mr. Beck.




Dramatic Club



One of the most outstanding groups aboard the S. S.
Cristobal is the Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss Mary
Worrell. The group is composed of students from all
the classes, who are interested in the various phases of
Dramatics, Acting Staging Makeup and Properties.




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the members are very enthusiastic over the
program of the season. With President.
Tookie Christian: \ ice-President. Bill Hoff-
meyer: Secretary, Sophie Papadopolos; the
Club has had a very successful year.

Dramatics is an important part of the
members" school life, for it is from this
club the material for the plays is drawn.
The actors, stage-crew workers, makeup
artists and other stage personnel are
usually Dramatic Club members. The two
annual plays constitute the major source
of income for the .S..A.

The annual initiation of new members
is an enjoyable affair. All the new mem-
bers are required to give a skit, pantomime,
or a monologue, to dem-
onstrate their dramatic
aptitudes. The three
best are given a prize
based on their origi-
nality, stage presence
and other prime requi-
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The "Tradewind" is the mainstay of
high morale aboard ship. Students who
write for this publication and prove themselves
scholastically superior, are invited to become
members of the "Quill and Scroll."

This year's officers were: President, Norma Nail;
Vice-President, Raymond Kam; Secretary, Marjorie Styles; and
Treasurer, Bill McGinn. Miss Dorothy Huffman is Sponsor.




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The National Honor Society represents the intelligencia of our happy ship.
These outstanding personages are noted for character, scholarship, leadership,
and service. It is they who set the example for the rest of the crew. This group
is sponsored by Miss Jeanne Brown.








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Standing: B. McLalgulin. M. Furev, \\ Coi-Lins, C. Malin
Kneeling: M. SiMONS, E. CoRBETT, N. Dyer.




Camera
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Carl F. Maedl,
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President. Don Johnson,
Vice-President, Ed Johnston
Sec.-Treas.. Jackie Hunter



The Cristobal High School Camera Club, under tiie supervision of Mr. Carl
F. Maedl, has done a great deal in perfecting their photography this year.

Classes in darkroom technique, instructed by several members of the
Club were held in the school darkroom. It has been the aim of the organiza-
tion to make all its members capable darkroom workers.

A member of this club was the official photographer for the "Caribbean,"
while several other members assisted by taking shots of school scenes.





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Sponsored by Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club




Sitiing: Pedro iNieves, Raymond Kam. \\ illia.m McGinn, William Hoffmeyer.

Middle row: Harry Schulte, Henry Wachtel. JosE CoLiNA, John Townshend, Edward Corbett, William
KoRENBROT, Charles Millspauch. CARLTON Croft. Dorn Thomas. William Willouchby.

Back row: Ernest Runnells, Craig Malin, Edwin McIlvaine, Jay Troup, Mr. Harry Sugg, Mr. Charles
Wallace. Mr. Fred Gerhart. Mr. Paul Beck. William McLaughlin, Hubert Pretto,
IzZY Wachtel.



The original organizers of the "21 Club." sponsored by the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club, chose
twenty-one boys, with Faculty Sponsors, Mr. C. Wallace and Mr. P. J. Evancoe, to meet semi-monthly
for the purpose of studying, discussing, and writing about the Latin American Republics. Today this
Club is still going strong under the leadership of Mr. Charles Wallace as Sponsor. We hope that the
future "21 Club" members will carry on the work we have started. The officers for this year are:
Raymond Kam, President; William Hoffmeyer, Vice-President; Pedro Nieves, Secretary-Treasurer.





Wizards



Torrid Zone Wizards



The S. S. Cristobal also has its supply of Einsteins. These scientists are organized into a Science
Club called the Torried Zone Wizards which affiliates with the Science Clubs of America. The
twenty-five members of this Club are chosen from all the Science Classes on the basis of scholar-
ship and active interest. This Club's activities vary according to the weather. A field trip to
Barro Colorado is practically a tradition in this organization. Mr. Ray Brians, the newly-
inaugurated Sponsor, was well assisted by the officers in running the Club through periods of
tribulation and parties. The officers are: President, Edward Corbett; Vice-President, Gilbert
Young: Treasurer. Joan Styles; Secretary. Ann Newhard.



Junior Rifle (Hub

One of the newest Clubs aboard
ship is the Junior Rifle Club.
Mr. Gibson is the Instructor
and Mr. Palumbo, Assistant
Instructor. Among the thirty-
three members, Dick Sullivan
and Bob Gibson are qualified
"Sharpshooters." The officers
aie: President, Bob Gibson;
Vice-President, John Engelke;
Secretary, Wilma Collins;
Treasurer, Neyle Theriault.



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larsity Club




The Girls' Varsity Club of
Cristobal High School is actually
made up of girls who have done outstand-
ing work in the field of sports. The require-
ments for membership are very rigid as the girl
has to make at least two Allstar teams to be eligible
for admittance to the Club.

The officers for this year are: Pat Kuller. President; Jackie
Whitlock, Vice-President: Lila Hill, Sec-Treasurer. Other members
are Bobl)ie Williams, Marjorie Styles, Ann Newhard, Mary Aleguas, Phyllis

Fisher. Helen Marquard, Merle Simons, Norma Nail, Vilma Bejarano, Pat Leach, Bobbie Brown,
John Styles, and Pat Casswell.




OFFICERS 1947-1948



Pat Kuller
President

Jackie Whitlock
Vice-President

LiLA Hill

Secretary-Treasurer




1. Mice or Men? 5. Man at work. 9. Operation Crossroads. 13. Shhh! Sleeping in the sun.

2. Ray for Ray. 6. Gone Tropical. 10. .'^tril
3. Day Dreamer. 7. Surprised, hoys? 11. Nothing hut legs! 15. .Slurp.

4. Oh! Naughty, Naughty. 8. Ho! Hum! Another day. 12. Hold tight. 16. Noontime rest.



SPORTS




FOOTBALL



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limiUlRALS

CLEVELAND RAMS

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Egolf. the diminutive captain,
sparked his Club to a successful
season as they won 9 consecutive
games without an upset. Play-
ing with lots of pep and team
spirit the Rams were undefeat-
able in every respect.

They defeated the Intramural
Allstars 21-7.



NOTRE DAME

Finishing in second place with
a 4-won and 5-lost record were
Coulter's team. Lacking in ex-
perience and weight the "Fight-
ing Irish"' were always in the
thick of the battle. Other out-
standing players besides their
captain were Larry Horine,
Harold Wilson and Johnny
Davis.





BAMBINOS

The team that was picked
to win the League in
pre-season dope was no
match for the Cleveland
Rams and Notre Dame,
as they finished third
with a 3-and-6 record.
Bob Gibson and Tom
Dixon were co-captains
of this aggregation.



N. Y. U.

Always lacking in men.
N.Y. U. gave their opponents
a run for their money. Jack
Haywood, the captain, and
Dave Aycock were the stand-
outs of this grid team.




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Many changes are seen in our cruise as we come to a stop at our Athletic Department. It seems that
the old game of touch football has been forgotten and the new "flag football" reigns over this
year's gridiron. This "flag football" is a step toward tackle football in the Canal Zone. Touch
football has not only been played in the Canal Zone Schools since 1936, but it has taken the place
of the regular tackle game that is played in high schools in the United States. The main reason
for this setback in the Canal Zone is the Health Department's rigid requirements.

This year it seems that football, track, field events and baseball will be played under the arc
lights. This is due to one great factor, the installment of lights for night games at the Mt. Hope
and Balboa Stadium, which is propertv of the School Division.

Besides the installment of lights in our stadiums, the Physical Education and Recreation
Department has secured hip pads and head gear for Cristobal High School, Balboa High School,
and the Canal Zone Junior College, to be used for Interscholastic competition.

To top off a very successful football season, Cristobal High School not only made records
in Intramural games but has won the Canal Zone Interscholastic title for four years in a row, under
the masterful guidance of their skipper, Mr. Luke C. Palumbo. now in his fifth year in the
Cristobal High School coaching staff.




The Cristobal High School intranuiral captains selected the varsity football team. The squad was
composed of more green horns than ever before. This year the Tigers, going into their first game of
the season, had the lightest and most inexperienced team in the Canal Zone Interscholastic Games.
The CristoI)al High School Varsity team had to prove again to their loyal fans and Alumni that
brains will win over brawn. This was proven through their 1947 record.

The Cristobal High School record for the year 1947



October


17


Cristobal


18


CHS Alumni


6




25


Cristobal


18


Junior College


7


November


9


Cristobal


12


Balboa High


6




15


Cristobal


13


Junior College


6




21


Cristobal


31


Balboa High






HIGH SCHOOL-LEGION

The American Legion spon-
sored High School team, under
the management of Mr. N. E.
Gibson, are seeking the 1948
Atlantic Twilight League
Championship.

The team got off to a good
start as they tied Powell's, last
year's champions, in their first
encounterand beat the Building
Division in their second game.

WATER POLO

A revival of Water Polo in Inter-
school athletics after a lapse of six
years found Cristobal High
School short of experi-
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of pool facilities.
The team showed the
same spirit that typifies the
Cristobal athletes and gave a good
account of themselves in the games
against Balboa and the Junior
College.

"B" LEAGUE ALLSTARS

The Cristobal High School B
League boys, under the able
coaching of John Fawcett, suf-
fered two defeats at the hands
of a powerful Balboa squad. It
is interesting to know that both
games were played in heavy
nuid. The vim, vigor and vi-
tality of this team holds great
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Also, aboard the S. S. Cristobal, we
have the Girls' Athletic Department.
The three main events of the vear for
these girls are: Basketball. Vollevball.
and Softball. So far. the girls of the
S. S. Cristobal have been most success-
ful in their scholastic games as they
took second place, after many exciting
games, with Miss Virginia Keenan.
Physical Education Instructor.

The "A" League girls, although
well coached, lacked that extra drive to
take the Volleyball Title from the girls
from the other side of the Isthmus.
The C.H.S. girls won two games and
lost two for a second place berth. They
won one from C.Z.J.C. and one from
B.H.S. As mentioned above, the games
played this year were more exciting
than any previous years with the
scores ending not more than a three-
point margin.




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The "B" League of the S. S. Cristobal
emerged victorious as they defeated
the Balboa High School squad. The
"B" League consists mostly of fresh-
men and sophomores that can bring
the bacon home again next year. Their
games were not as close as the "A"
l,eague games, hut they were just as
well-played.



'B" League Allstars



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1/4. A Stroll at Noon.
Vi. Could be McGinn!

1. Fran, our majorette.

2. Betty Grable?

3. Joan

4. Hi. Pal!



5. More Fun!
6.-Tex

7. Bottoms up!
8. New Look
9. Hubba!



10. Men!

11. Maestro Pinky.

12. Guess who!

13. Hey!

14. My aching finger!



1.5. Hey Flossie!

16. Book Worm!

17. Scared, Mary Ann?

18. Poor boy!

19. The Front Steps Gang

20. Head first!



Class Prophecy

As the end of the cruise draws near, the passengers group themselves on the top deck under the
stars to have their last jam session.

Suddenly, with the witchery of night, the future seems to open before them as a crystal ball.

All are awed as they see themselves ten years from now, as outstanding successes.

As figures grow more definite before their vision:

The great dramatic actress Vilma Bejarano is seen appearing in "The Eleventh Finger,"
her latest hit on Broadway, in the new "Colossal Theater" recently built by those two ever popular
architects, Raymond Kam and Pedro Nieves.

Wilma Collins is leaving her job at the International Beauty Shop to go up to Alaska to
witness Bill McGinn receive his award for being the best Forest Ranger of 1958.

Helen Crandall is still teaching English at C.H.S., replacing Miss Liter who has recently
left the faculty to be married.

Rosemary Denson is traveling all over the world as a brain surgeon from Johns Hopkins
Hospital. Alice Brayton, trained nurse and Miss Benson's private secretary is unable to make
this trip with her employer because of her recent marriage to Edward Corbett, Admiral of the
Fleet.

Norma Nail and George Coulter are busy at home taking care of the twelve little Coulters
Norma still models with John Powers during her spare time!!!

Arden Armstrong is seen doing her specialty at the Copacabana. (The one in New York,
folks!!)

Mary Furey is now the head pharmacist at Colon Hospital, after having served a five year
term in San Quentin for attemoted poisoning of a Professor of History at Yale, Bill Hoffmeyer.
Had she succeeded, she would have left Mrs. Hoffmeyer, (now Joan Dougan), and the five little
ones orphaned.

Maxine Gumban, the noted dress designer at "Hattie Carnegie's" in New York City, is visiting
her sister Emilia who is in training at the Mayo Clinic.

Jeanine Heliums is found in the morgue at Margarita Hospital. She isn't dead either! She's
the mortician! That sounds like stiff work!

Gertrude Miller, singer with Harry James' band has just made her debut at Carnegie Hall.

Alan Townshend, popular lawyer of Panama City has just won the case of the "Triangle
Love Affair." Those involved are George Egolf. Notre Dame Quarterback, Roberta Williams.
secretary to Harry Schulte, owner of the "Fit-Tight Corset Company," and Jeanette McLaren,
nurse at Cativa City Hospital.

Eddie Johnston, owner of "Johnston's Jyp Joint" has just made his first hundred!

Bertha Englebright. dishwasher at Cristobal Clubhouse has taken the week-end off to be
married to Robert Oi'inn. the manager.

Tom Dixon, owner of the Colon Arena has invited all of his former classmates to a "Lucky
Strike" amateur program, being presented during the month of June.

P. S. We hear he signed George Coulter as "The Lucky Strike Kid!"

David Serko. prominent surgeon at Amador Guerro Hospital has invented a new type of
stitch. (Knit one, purl two.)



"Bee" McKenzie is seen teaching Geometry at Columbia University.

Lillian Norris, the great comedian, has just given up her career to go on a cruise with
Errol Flynn. She says she's a big girl now!

Jack Haywood, Panama Canal electrician, is installing neon lights in the bathrooms of the
homes on Alligator Island just outside Gatun.

Philip Sanders, noted engineer, is suing Jim Rosskopf. educated bum, for loitering in his
one-way tunnel.

Lee Van Siclen, clown in Barnum & Bailey's circus, is down here for the summer to recuper-
ate from last year's season. It seems that Lee got quite a kick out of the act using mules.

Mariorie Stvles has lieen nominated for the first woman President of the United States, by
the "Pro-Femme Party," headed by Virginia Rus-^ell. state politician.

Gilbert Sollas is the Student Manager at U.C.L.A. training Ail-American Tackle, James
Fernandez.

Barbara Brown is secretary to Hugh Taylor, partner to Howard Hughes.

Jean Tesch is seen as a jockey in the Kentucky Derby.

Merle Simons is head of the USO organization throughout the world. Keep up the good
work. Merle!

Bill McLaughlin is retired from the Senior Class of 1958, and just received his pension
from the class President, Nancy Dyer, who will retire next year because of age.

Kathleen Donahue is President of the Amazon Club in New York City.

John Engelke and Dave Aycock have just bought the Tropic Bar and restaurant. They
are busy at work fixing un the building to look like Buckingham Palace.

Pat Kuller. famous interior decorator of New York City, has just completed refurnishing the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in that city.

Marie Bennv is the owner of a pop corn concession on Bolivai-. How's l)usiness, Marie????

Bill Willoughbv, noted clarinet player is teaching Craig Malin, a big success in general,
how to play the clarinet in his spare time.

Pat Leach is diving champion of the world.

Eola Pretto, owner of the Paris Bazaar, has hired Terrv Archbold as floor-walker. If you
remember. Terry owned Juan Franco for a while and is better known as "Cinch" Archbold.

David Sanders, engineer, has just completed the first bridge between the United States and
Europe. Lastest reports say he's trying to hook a ride back.

Chuck Millspaugh. owner of the Saratoga Night Club has just returned from a vacation in
Africa where he signed up a new show.

Charles Harrison, graduate of Kings Point, is running an excursion between Panama City and
Taboga.

Dolores Thompson has just started working as ticket seller at the Strand.

Mary Aleguas is happily married and the mother of two darlingtwins named "Mutt and Jeff."

Delores Cotanche is in Hollywood waiting for the arrival of her husband. Commander
Douglas, of the L^nited States Navy.

Frances Adam is seen in the American Legion parade twirling her baton.

Bill Badders is owner of the Ford Company.

Well, the cruise is at an end and the passengers are about to disembark, still talking to one
another about the future which lies ahead.



BOYS... CLASS



With old acquaintances forgot, that would be brought to mind, just take a gander at this mess,
and see what's left behind.

Ray Kam his stage-manager job to Gilbert Young.

Alan Townshend the job of Senior Class Secretary to the next sucker.

Ed Johnston his cheesecake photography to Don Johnson.

Bill Hoffmeyer his ability to read Shakespeare to Bill Heggelund.

Tom Dixon loud-mouth Egger to the Senior Girls.

David Aycock just leaves.

Bill Badders his bread (four year loaf) to Jean Anderson.

George Coulter his drivers' license to Larry Horine.

John Engelke his backstage knowledge to those who want it.

Charlie Harrison his Jamaican accent to Mary Ann Quinnelly.

Jack Haywood his laziness to any Junior sucker who wants it.

Chuck Millspaugh the last hope for Gatun to Buddie Thomas.

David (Limey) Sanders his ability to "make faces" to Brian Albright.

Terry Archbold the girls of C. H. S. to his undergraduates.

Ed Corbett his loud voice to "my brother."

George Egolf leaves C. H. S. for good! ! (He hopes.)

Jim Fernandez his athletic ability to Bob Gibson (basketball).

Loring MacKenzie Metal shop to any other fortunate person.

Pedro Nieves his height to "Reds" Corbett.

Bill McGinn the S. A. Presidency to Dorn Thomas.

Phil Sanders his body beautiful to John Davis.

Harry Schulte his amazing athletic ability to Jerry Daugherty.

David Serko his French horn and playing ability to anyone Mr. Jorstad can talk into it.

Craig Malin his "licorice-stick" to Reynolds.

Bill McLaughlin his .5 o'clock shadow to Howard Munro.

Bob Quinn ability to wiggle his ears to anyone who appreciates talent.

Jim Rosskopf his knack of un-zipping zippers and untying bows to anyone that likes lush bodies.

Gilbert Sollas his 4-year stretch to any freshman inmate.

Hugh Taylor the 8th graders on the Old Cristobal bus to Bagby.

Bill Willoughby that worried look every 6th period to any Junior that takes English 12.

Bill Korenbrot his motion-picture hobby to Izzy Wachtel.



WILL







GIRLS



Amidst scurried last minute packing before leaving the S. S. Cristobal, the versatile Seniors
realized that they had certain outstanding fundamentals and characteristics which must be passed
on to the posterity of future gobs who man this ship.

Joan Dougan her Irish temperament to Norma Englebright.

Wilma Collins her well-groomed appearance to any Junior girl who needs it.

Bertha Englebright her speed in typing to DeElda Cotanche.

Vilma Bejarano her Pepsodent smile to Lila Hill.

Marjorie Styles the sweat and toil of a class presidency to any Junior who likes hard work.

Helen Crandall her perfect ( ? ) attendance record to Sophia Papadopolos.

Bobby Williams her athletic ability to Pat Casswell.

Nancy Dyer her negative attitude in Miss Huffman's class to Jean Dough.

Arden Armstrong her dancing ability to Mig MacKenzie.

Dolores Thompson her shorthand experience to any bright pupil.

Pat Kuller her popularity to Jackie Whitlock.

Lillian Norris her acting ability to Tookie Christian.

Norma Nail all future little male Coulters to C. H. S. girls.

Maxine Gumban her startling height to Mary Irving.

Rosemary Denson her cavities (13) to Neyle Theriault, who hates dentists.

Pat Leach her cheer-leading uniform to her sister, Lorna.

Jeannette McLaren her baby blue eyes to Nonnie Styles.

Barbara Brown her blonde hair to Bobby Troup.

Merle Simons her clowning in gym to Helen Marquard.

Marie Benny her typing headaches to Jackie Lee.

Mary Aleguas her bossiness to Jose Colina.

Gertrude Miller her hair to anyone who can put up with it (or put it up).

Mary Furey her lovely complexion to Max Factor.

Lee Van Siclen her ability to keep a straight face when telling one of her stories, to Tookie

Christian.
Eola Pretto her cultured laugh to Mary Jo MacSparran.
Jeannene Heliums her giggles to Phyllis Fisher.

Jean Tesch her ability to ride horses to the Junior girl who needs it most.
Alice Brayton her seat in shorthand to Jean Clark.
Emilia Gumban her bewitching brown eyes to Jean Anderson.
Frances Adam her baton to Beverly Collyer.

Delores Cotanche her beautiful tan to anyone who cultivates the outdoor look.
Virginia Russell her raven hair to Flossie Kane.




This concludes the log of the 15th annual cruise of the Good Ship CRISTOBAL. It is our belief
that this is the best trip ever undertaken since these excursions were inaugurated back in 1934.
This year's voyage was made with a record complement of three hundred persons and a special
detachment of thirty instructors.

The Editors and Staff wish to acknowledge the assistance given to them by Mr. George
Nadeau, photographer, Allison's Studios; Graf to Co. of Chicago, Illinois (responsible for our
superb covers) ; The Southern Engraving Co., and the St. Petersburg Printing Co., both of St.
Petersburg, Florida, for their excellent co-operation in publishing this year's book; Robert Stern,
the Misses Florence Christian and Lee Van Siclen for their work in designing special pages.



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And to those who have aided us financially,



we express our sincerest appreciation.



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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00034
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1948
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Record Information
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00093680:00034

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Front Matter
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Title Page
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Dedication
        Page 9
    Faculty
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
    Seniors
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
    Juniors
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Sophomores
        Page 42
    Freshmen
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
    Academics
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
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You are welcome aboard the Steamship C. H. S. by
Admiral McGinn, officers and crew. It is hoped that
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We offer this log in tribute to Miss Adamary Anderson whose
ever-present spontaniety and driving force, combined with her
sparkling personality, have been largely responsible for the success
of the Senior Class during their stay in Cristobal High School.
























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Co-Editors-WILLIAM HOFFMEYER, NORMA NALL
Photographic Editor-EDWARD JOHNSTON
Ad Editors-PEDRO NIEVES, DOLORES THOMPSON
Business Manager-ROSEMARY DENSON




STAFF


ARDEN ARMSTRONG
VILMA BEJARANO
WILMA COLLINS
EDWARD CORBETT
HELEN CRANDALL
ROSEMARY DENSON
THOMAS DIXON
JOAN DOUGAN
NANCY DYER
Mn\\]l GUMBAN
WILLIAM HOFFMEYER
JACQUELINE HUNTER
EDWARD JOHNSTON


MURIEL JORDAN
RAYMOND KAM
WILLIAM KORENBROT
ELENORE KULLER
WILLIAM MCGINN
NORMA NALL
PEDRO NIEVES
LILLIAN NORRIS
JIM ROSSKOPF
DOLORES THOMPSON
ALAN TOWNSHEND
IZZY WACHTEL
ROBERTA WILLIAMS


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Art-FLORENCE CHRISTIAN, LEE VAN SICLEN, ROBERT STERN
Pictures-ROBERT WILFORD
Sponsor-DOROTHY HUFFMAN


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MI. PAUL BECK, Principal


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Mr. Paul Beck, who succeeded Mr. Ted Hotz on October
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THE CABINET


STUDENT ASSOCIATION
One of the most important phases of school work is the practice
of self-government. This is done through the Student Association.
President of the Student Association and Co-ordinator of Activities
this year was Bill McGinn, ably assisted by Vice-President, Dorn
Thomas; Treasurer, Ann Newhard; and Secretary, Ray Kam. Mr.
Clyde Flowers was the Sponsor of the organization, and Miss Patterson
served as Adviser on financial affairs.
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B.A., Findlay College
M.A., University of Columbia
Further study in Columbia University
"Hello Skinny!" MR. PAUL BECK


Miss ADAMARY ANDERSON
U. S. History, Counsellor
Occupational Information
B.A., Florida State College
SM.A., University of Michigan
Further study in business school,
Jacksonville, Florida
"Drop in again sometime!"

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English 9, 10
American Problems
A.B., Lebanon Valley
.M.A., Duke University
Further study in Duke University
"Now, in Russia--"






MISS MARY WORRELL
Art
B.S., Universty of Missouri
M.S., Northwestern University
"Wash off those paint brushes!"



MR. CARL MAEDEL
General Science
State Teachers College
Moorhead, Minnesota
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Physical Education
University of Redlands,
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MR. RAYBURN BRIANS
Physics, Mathematics,
Chemistry
B.S., University of Idaho
M.S., University of Idaho
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Metal Shop, Mechanical '
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SENIORS


ADAM. FRANCES

ALEGUAS, MARY
ARCHBOLD, TERRY

ARMSTRONG, ARDEN
AYCOCK, DAVID

BADDERS. BILL

BEJARANO, VILMA
BENNY, MARIE

BRAYTON. ALICE
BROWN. BARBARA

COLLINS. WILMA

CORBETT, EDWARD
COTANCHE, DELORES
COULTER, GEORGE
CRANDALL, HELEN

DENSON, ROSEMARY
DIXON, TOM

DONAIIUE, KATHLEEN

DOUGAN. JOAN

DYER. NANCY

EGOLF, GEORGE

ENGELKE, JOHN

ENGLEBRIGHT. BERTHA
FERNANDEZ, JAMES

FUREY, MARY

GUMBAN, EMILIA
GUMBAN, MAXINE

HARRISON, CHARLES
HAYWOOD. JACK
HEI.LUMS, JEANNENE
HOFFMEYER. WILLIAM

JOHNSTON. EDWARD

KAM. RAYMOND


KORENBROT, WILLIAM

KULLER, ELENORE
LEACH, PAT
MACKENZIE. LORING
1 \l.i1, CRAIG

McGINN, WILLIAM

McLAREN, JEANNETTE

McLAUGHLIN, WILLIAM

MILLER, GERTRUDE

MIILLSPAUGH, CHARLES
NALL, NORMA

NIEVES, PEDRO

NORRIS, LILLIAN

PRETTY, EOLA

QUINN, ROBERT

ROSSKOPF, JAMES
RUSSELL. VIRGINIA
SANDERS, DAVID
SANDERS, PHILIP

SCHULTE, HARRY

SERKO, DAVID
SIMONS, MERLE

SOLLAS. GILBERT

STYLES, MARJORIE
TAYLOR. HUGH

TESCH, JEAN
THOMPSON, DOLORES
TOMPKINS, EDNA
TOWNSHEND, ALAN

VAN SICLEN, NORMA LEE
WILLIAMS, ROBERTA

WILLOUGHBY, WILLIAM
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Classmel


President
MARJORIE STYLES


Vice-President
DAVID SANDERS


MARJORIE RUTH STYLES
"Margie"
Ancon. Canal Zone
February 9, 1930
"A true and loyal friend
Who makes brains and beauty
blend."
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars.
9-10-11
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars.
9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11. Allstars. 9
Home Room Representative. 10
La Pas, 10-11
Torrid Zone Wizard, 10-11-12
Junior Class President. 11
Senior Class President, 12
Quill and Scroll, 12, Secretary, 12
Cipos, 11
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee, 11


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Treasurer
ARDEN ARMSTRONG


DAVID SANDERS
"Limev"
Barrancabermeja. Columbia
May 30, 1930
"A helping hand he'll nlicays
lend;
A carefree lad, but a real,
true friend."
Basketball. 9-10-12
Baseball. 10-11
Football, 10
Softball, 9-10-11-12
La Pas. 10-11
Vice-President. 12
Cipos. 11
Hall Monitor. 11-12


MARIAN ARDEN ARMSTRONG
"Arden"
Ancon. Canal Zone
October 6, 1930
"Forward and frolic glee iwas
there;
The will to do, the soul to dare."
Glee Club, 9
La Pas, 10-11
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Pep Squad, 9-10
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 12
Basketball, 11-12, Allstars, 11
Cheerleader, 11-12
Tradewind Staff. 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Treasurer, 12
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 11
Dances and Decoration
Committee. 12
Swimming, 10
Softball. 9-10-11-12
Queen's Court, 12
Victory Corps, 9
Hall Monitor. 11-12


ALAN TOWNSHEND
"Skeezy"
Colon, Republic de Panama
February 18. 1930
"One who has both feet firmly
planted in the air."
Football. 9-11-12
Baseball. 9-11-12
Basketball, 9
Softball. 9-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-11-12
Military School, 10
Track, 11-12
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee, 11
Senior Class Secretary
Glee Club. 12


Secretary
ALAN TOWNSHEND


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PATRICIA LEACH
"Pat"
Ancon. Canal Zone
October 26, 1930
F,. '" ... ull of laughs.
A lovable brunette cyclone."
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10
Softball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Cheerleader, 12
Queen's Court


PHILIP RANSDALL SANDERS
"Pinky"
Colon, Rupublic de Panama
November 23, 1930
"His hopes are high as his legs
are long.
Why worry about trouble,
he's singing a song."
Football, 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10
Basketball, 9
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Thespians, 11-12
Orchestra. 9-10-11-12
Band, 11-12
Glee Club, 11-12
Torrid Zone Wizards. 10-11-12
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee, 11
Class Dance Committee. 9-10


KATHLEEN DONAHUE
Brooklyn. New York
May 8. 1930
"Silence gives the proper
grace to women.
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Softball. 10
Volleyball, 10-11-12
Basketball. 10-11-12
Glee Club. 11-12


DAVID SERKO
"Dave"
Havana, Cuba
July 3. 1931
"He broke no promise, served
no private end,
He gained no title, and he
lost no friend."
Camera Club, 9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Torrid Zone Wizards, 10-11-12
Glee Club, 10
Orchestra, 10-11-12
Band. 11-12
Football. 9-10-11-12


ALBERT WILLIAM BADDERS
"Bill"
Annapolis, Maryland
April 5, 1927
"A little work, and mostly play,
Blend together for a perfect day."
Football. 9-10-11-12
Softball, 9
Baseball, 9-12
Basketball, 9-11-12
Water Polo, 12
Track, 12


MARY THERESA FUREY
Cristobal. Canal Zone
May 10. 1930
"Oh, thou art fairer than the
evening air,
Clad in the beauty of a thousand
stars."
Basketball, 10
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12
Glee Club, 9-10
Victory Corps, 9
La Pas, 10-11
Forum Club, 11-12
Cipos, 11
National Honor Society, 11-12
Camera Club, 12
Dance Committee, 12
Dramatic Club. 10-11-12
Iall Monitor, 11-12


JOHN ENGELKE
Ancon, Canal Zone
September 5, 1930
"A faithful friend is a strong
defense"
Football, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Softball. 9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Camera Club, 9
Model Airplane Club, 9
Thespians, 10-11-12
Rifle Club, 11-12
Dance Committee, 9-10-11
Class Secretary, 9
Recorder Rifle Club, 11-12
Track, 11-12


DOLORES THOMPSON
"Tomnie"
Lewistown, Pennsylvania
May 14, 1930
"Dolores is friendly, kind and
true;
Always ready to laugh with you."
Glee Club, 10
Cheer Leader, 11
Volleyball, 12
Class Secretary, 9


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WILLIAM DAVIS HOFFMEYER
"Bill"
Morgantown, West Virginia
July 20, 1930
"An affable and courteous
gentleman."
Chess Club, 9
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Science Club, 10
Bridge Club, 10
La Masque, 11
21 Club, 12
President Chess Club
S.A. Alternate, 12
Vice-President 21 Club
Vice-President Dramatic Club
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Caribbean Editor. 12
Curator Goff Museum, 10

GERTRUDE EVE MILLER
"Trudy"
Cleveland, Ohio
J.l, 16. 1929
"I i I.. rather be remembered
by a song, than by a victory."
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12
Camera Club, 12
Cheerleader, 9
JAMES DEWEY ROSSKOPF
"Jim"
Iwatonne, Minnesota
August 23. 1930
"He's witty and radical, wise
and good."
Band, 9
Class Senator, 9
Track, 10
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Football, 11-12

WILMA WOOD COLLINS
Dudley, Georgia
January 17, 1931
"From the top of her head to the
tip of her toes
The impression of neatness and
loveliness grows."
Volleyball, 9-10-12, Allstars,
9-10-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11
Softball, 9-12
G. A. A., 9-10
Rifle Club, 11-12, Secretary, 11-12
National Honor Society, 12
Quill and Scroll, 12
Class Secretary, 9
Class President, 10
Dramatic Club, 12
Camera Club, 12
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Victory Corps, 9
Hall Monitor, 9-10
English Club Secretary, 9-10
Girl Reserves, 9-10
Dances and Decoration
Committee, 10


ELENORE ANN KULLER
"Pat"
Ancon, Canal Zone
October 16, 1930
"Full of fun the livelong day
Joking and laughing her cares
away.
Victory Corps, 9
Volleyball. 9-10-11, Allstars. 9-10
Basketball, 9-10-11, Allstars, 9-10
Softball, 9-10, Allstars, 9-10
Varsity, 9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
La Pas, 10-11
Class Representative, 9-10-12
President's Cabinet, 12
Talent Assembly Committee, 12
Tradewind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff. 12
Dance Committee, 9-10-11-12
Junior-Senior
Banquet Committee, 11



CHARLES MILLSPAUGH
"Chuck"
Walden, New York
April 2, 1930
"A cheerful smile, a pleasant
word;
llirth over sadness, he
preferred."


JEANNETTE McLAREN
"Shorty"
Quincy, Mass.
March 12, 1931
"She's petite, pretty, popular,
and punctilious."
Volleyball, 11
La Pas, 11
Cipos, 11
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Class Secretary, 11
Class Representative, 11
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee, 11
Senior Dance Committee, 12



CRAIG MALIN
Stockton, California
April 3, 1930
"Once in a thousand years,
A perfect character appears."
Band, 9-10-11-12
Orchestra, 9-10-11-12
Football, 9-12
Softball, 11-12
National Honor Society, 12
President, 12
21 Club. 12
Vice-President, 10 (Balboa)


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MARIE BENNY
"Dolly'
Ancon, Canal Zone
September 30, 1930
"\ri,,r,; is more simple than
greatness;
Indeed, to be simple, is to
be great."
La Pas. 10-11
Glee Club. 10-11
Torrid Zone Wizards. 10-11-12
Junior-Senior Prom Committee,
11




DAVID AYCOCK
"Dave"
Nashville, Tennessee
June 7, 1930
"There is more in me than
you understand."
Class President, 9
Football, 9-10-11-12. Allstars.
11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 11
Basketball, 11-12




CHARLES PRICE HARRISON JR.
"Charlie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
August 4, 1930
"Silence is a virtue, possess it,
if you can.
It's seldom found in woman;
almost never found in man."
Football. 9-10-11-12, Allstar-,
9-10-11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11
Softball. 9-10
Thespians. 11-12
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Waterpolo, 9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9
La Pas. 10-11
Hall Monitor. 12




HELEN LOUISE CRANDALL
Colon, Republic de Panama
February 25, 1930
"A gentle mind by gentle deeds
is known."
Dramatic Club. 9-10-11-12
Tradewind Staff. 12
Caribbean Staff. 12


TOM DIXON
"Tommy"
Tala. Honduras
October 7, 1929
"Happy am I, from cares am free,
Why can't everyone be happy
like me?"
Football. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 9-11
Softball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 9
Queen's Court, 12







VIRGINIA RUSSELL
"Virgie"
Rutherford, New Jersey
February 24, 1931
"A girl with beauties very rare;
Bewitching eyes and raven hair."







BARBARA BROWN
"Bobbie"
Colon. Republic de Panama
July 21, 1930
"A helping hand she'll always
lend
A carefree lass, but a real,
true friend."
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 9-10
Swimming. 9-10-11-12
La Pas, 10-11







ROBERT QUINN
"Bob"
Panama, Republic de Panama
June 18, 1930
"A man he seems of cheerful
yesterdays, and confident
tomorrows."
Biology Club, 10
Camera Club, 11
Football. 11
Baseball, 11-12


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GEORGE COULTER
Queens, New York
December 3, 1929
"There are many wonderful things
in nature,
But the most wonderful of
all is man."
Football, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars.
9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10, Allstars. 9-10
Basketball, 10-11-12, Allstars.
10-11-12
Track. 10-11-12. Allstars, 10-11-12
Waterpolo, 11-12. Allstars, 11-12
Hall Monitor, 11

ROBERTA FRANCES WILLIAMS
"Bobby"
Ancon. Canal Zone
October 31, 1930
"A dimple in the chin, a devil
within."
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11, Allstars.
9-10-11
Softball. 9-10-11, Allstars,
9-10-11
Junior-Senior Prom Committee, 11
Varsity, 9-10-11-12
La Pas, 10-11
Cipo, 11
Cheerleader, 11-12
Queen's Court, 1
Quill and Scroll, 12
Tradewind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12

EDWARD C. JOHNSTON
"Eddie"
Savannah, Georgia
January 19. 1930
"I'll do the best that I may do,
While I have the power to stand "
Football, 11-12
Baseball, 12
Camera Club. 10-11-12, Vice
President, 12
Torrid Zone Wizard, 10-11-12
Dramatic Club, 9
Glee Club, 11
Program Committee, Junior-
Senior Prom, 11
Caribbean Staff. 12
Tradewind Staff. 12
Photographer, 12

DELORES COTANCHE
"Lorie"
Lawton, Michigan
July 10, 1930
"Did nothing in particular,
And did it very well."


NORMA LENORE NALL
Cherokee. Oklahoma
March 10. 1930
"She was our queen, our rose,
our star."
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11
Softball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Thespian. 9-10-11-12. Secretary-
Treasurer, 11-12
Glee Club. 9-10-11
Quill and Scroll, 11-12, President.
12
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee
Dance Committee. 9-10-11-12
Student Association
Representative, 11-12
Class President, 10
Cheerleader. 10-11-12
Varsity Club, 9-10-11-12
La Pas. 10-11
Cinos. 11
Hall Monitor, 11
Tradewind Staff. 11-12
Caribbean Editor, 11-12
President's Cabinet, 12

GEORGE ROBERT EGOLF
Colon, Republic de Panama
November 17. 1930
"'I handsome is as handsome does,
A fairer lad there never was."
Football, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars.
9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars.
9-10-11-12
Waterpolo. 9-10-11-12

AUDRA JOAN DOUGAN
"Jo'
Maryville, Missouri
April 21, 1930
"The devil within, the devil
without,
She's an Irish lass, without
a doubt."
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Glee Club, 10
Acapella Choir, 10
Camera Club, 10
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Home Rome Representative, 12
Quill and Scroll, 12
President's Cabinet, 12
Hall Monitor, 12
EDNA TOMPKINS
Patterson, New Jersey
May 21, 1929
"She is in charity with the world."
Victory Corps, 9


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AUGUSTUS RAYMOND KAM
"Radar"
Colon. Republic de Panama
October 7. 1927
"He has sounded forth the trumpet
that shall never call retreat."
Football. 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Track. 9
Student Manager. 9-10-12
La Pas. 9-10-11
Cipos, 10-11
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Thespians. 10-11-12. Clerk. 11,
President. 12
Quill and Scroll. 11-12, Vice
President. 12
21 Club. 11-12. Secretary, 11,
President, 12
Glee Club, 10
Junior-Senior Prom
Committee. 11
Victory Corps, 9
Student Association Secretary, 12
Forum. 10-11
Camera Club, 12
Hall Monitor. 11-12
Tradewind Staff, 11-12
Caribbean Staff, 11-12

MAXINE GUMBAN
"Cookie"
Panama City. Panama
July 8, 1929
"Her laughter and giggles are
heard all day,
For she believes in the smiling
way."
Archerv. 9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12
Softball. 9-10-11-12
Swimming, 9-10-11-12
Tennis. 9-10-11

TERRY ARCHBOLD
"Cinch
Colon, Republic de Panama
August 29, 1929
"Joking decides great things
slr. n, i and better oft than
earnest can."
Football, 9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11
Baseball. 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 10-11-12
Victory Corps, 9
La Pas, 10-11
Cipos. 11
Track, 11-12

EMILIA GUMBAN
"Eny"
Panama City. Panama
May 14, 1928
"Her sparkling eye doth
Wrench a sigh from these
All around her."
Glee Club. 9-10-11-12


MARY ALEGUAS
"Billie"
Colon. Republic de Panama
March 31. 1930
"Mary's faithful, true and kind;
A nicer girl is hard to find."
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
9-10-11
Softball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
La Pas, 11-12
Cipos, 12

BEN YOHROS
"Benno"
Brooklyn, New York
October 17, 1929
"Tho modest, on his
unembarassed brow is
written 'Gentleman'."
Track, 9
Baseball. 9
Basketball. 9
Softball, 9
Camera Club. 9-10-11-12
Junior Rifle Club, 11-12

MERLE SIMONS
Colon, Republic de Panama
April 17. 1928
"She lives in peaceful
harmony with the world."
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11, Allstars,
9-10-11
La Pas, 9-10-11
Cipos, 11
National Honor Society, 11-12
Varsity Club. 10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11, Allstars, 11
Forum, 9

PEDRO NIEVES
"Chibolo"
Colon, Republic de Panama
January 26, 1931
"I laugh, for hope hath happy
peace with me."
Football, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Basketball. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Torrid Zone Wizards, 10-11-12
21 Club, 11-12
Thespian, 11-12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Tradewind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee
Class Vice President, 11


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"Nan"
Washington, D. C.
May 3, 1930
Unselfish in every thought
and care,
She enjoys a happiness
that's rare."
Basketball, 10
Caribbean Staff, 12
Trade Wind Staff, 12
Volleyball, 9-10
Victory Corps, 9
La Pas, 10-11-12
National Honor Society, 11-12
Cipos, 11
Dance Committee, 11-12
Junior-Senior Banquet, 11
Assembly Committee, 11-12
Quill and Scroll, 12

LILLIAN MARY NORRIS
"Sister"
Ancon, Canal Zone
May 13, 1930
"Her irrepressible gayety is the
Cause of her popularity."
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Glee Club, 9-10-11
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11-12
Speech Activities
Debate, 11
Cheer Leader, 12
Dance Committee, 9-10
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee
Tradewind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12

JAMES ARNOLD FERNANDEZ
"Jim'"
Colon, Republic de Panama
June 26, 1929
"Hitch your wagon to a star
And soar to wondrous heights."
La Pas, 10
Basketball, Baseball, Football,
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 10-11
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12

WILLIAM C. WILLOUGHBY
"Bill"
Scottsbluff, Nebraska
April 29, 1931
"Very quiet and unassuming;
Weighty plans his mind is
brewing."
Football, 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12
Swimming. 11-12
Track, 11-12
21 Club, 11-12
Torrid Zone Wizard, 9-10-11-12,
President. 11
Glee Club, 10-11-12


EDWARD GEORGE GORBETT

Colon. Republic de Panama
June 24, 1930
"The world was taken in his
stride;
Nor turned he back for time
nor tide."
Football, 9-10-11-12. Allstars,
9-10-12
Baseball. 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 9
Softball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars. 9
Basketball, 9-10-11-12. Allstars, 9
Torrid Zone Wizard, 9-10-11-12,
Secretary, 10, President, 12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Thespians, 11-12. \ice
President. 12
La Pas. 10-11
Cipos, 11
National Honor Society. 12
Quill and Scroll, 12
Rifle Club, 11-12
21 Club, 12
Victory Corps, 9
Presidential Cabinet, 12
Dance Committee. 9-10-11-12
Tradewind Staff, 12
Caribbean Staff, 12

FRANCES ADAM
"Fran"
Houston. Texas
January 19, 1930
"And her smile like sunshine
Darts into many a sunless heart."
Camera Club, 12
Coed Cadets, 11
Majorette. 10-11-12

BERTHA ENGLEBRIGHT
"Birt"
Cristobal. Canal Zone
April 14, 1929
"There's a song in her heart."
La Pas, 11
Cipos, 11
Glee Club, 9-10-11-12

NORMA LEE VAN SICLEN
"Lee"
Oklahoma
June 10, 1929
"A little wit would please me
more by hall;
I didn't come to learn, I came
to laugh."
Camera Club, 10-11-12
Cheerleader. 10-11
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Thespians, 11-12
Volleyball, 10-11. Allstars. 11
Gun Club, 12
Dance Committees. 10-11-12
Treasurer. Junior Class
Banquet Committee, 11


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WILLIAM PATRICK McGINN
"Bill"
Cristobal. Canal Zone
May 8, 1930
"Born for success he seemed."
Football. 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 9
Track, 9-10-11-12
Orchestra, 9-10
Dramatic Club. 11-12
Junior Rifle Club. 12
Torrid Zone Wizard, 12
Class Vice President, 9
21 Club, 11-12
Student Association
Representative, 11
Student Association
President, 12
JEANENNE ARDERY HELLUMS
"Jeannie"
St. Joseph, Missouri
April 12, 1929
"Her eyes are sapphires set
in snow."
Volleyball, 9-10-11
Basketball, 9-10-11-12, Allstars,
9-12
Baseball, 9
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Camera Club, 12
Glee Club, 9
Usherette Committee, 11-12
Class Representative, 10
Hall Monitor, 11
WILLIAM J. McLAUGHLIN
"Mac"
Newark, New Jersey
July 23, 1931
"A kind and steadfast mind
has he;
He takes his problems seriously ."
Baseball, 9-10-12
Football. Basketball. Softball.
9-10-11-12
Orchestra, 10-11-12
Band, 11-12
21 Club, 12
National Honor Society, 12
Torrid Zone Wizards. 10-11-12
ROSEMARY DENSON
"Rosie"
Columbus, Ohio
July 21, 1930
"I/ to her share some female
errors fall,
Look on her face, and you'll
forget them all."
Volleyball. 9-12 B
Basketball, 9-12
Dramatic Club, 9-10-12
Glee Club. 9-11-12
Tradewind Staff, 11-12
Caribbean Staff, 11-12
Music, Costume, Make-up
Committees. 9
Class Secretary, 9


JEAN TESCH
"Bug"
Kearney, New Jersey
July 8. 1930
"For who talks much must
talk in vain,
My tongue within my lips, I rein."
Junior Rifle Club, 11-12






HARRY SCHULTE
El Paso, Texas
June 24. 1931
"Not too studious, not too gay,
He trod the even middle way."
La Pas, 9-10-11
Cipos, 11
Vice-President S. A., 11
Budget Minister, S. A., 12
Football. 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 11
Track, 9-10-11-12, Allstars, 11
21 Club, 11-12
Hall Monitor. 11-12






VILMA BEJARANO
"Vil"
Ancon, Canal Zone
September 23, 1929
"Her merry ways, her sparkling
smile,
Her ready wit, make life worth
while."
La Pas, 9-10-11
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Volleyball, 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Softball, 9-10-11-12
Varsity Club, 10-11-12
Cipos, 11
Cheerleader, 12
All Allstar Teams, 10-11-12






LORING V. MACKENZIE
"Bee"
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
May 22, 1929
"Men of jew words art the best
men.
Waterpolo, 11
Baseball, 11-12
Softball, 12


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Colon. Republic de Panama
April 8, 1928
"The good and wise lead quiet
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GILBERT A. SOLLAS
"T-Bone"
Colon. Republic de Panama
August 31, 1929
"And looks the whole world in
the face,
For he owes not any man."
Football, 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-12
Track, 9-12
Basketball, 9
Dramatic Club, 10-11-12
Glee Club, 9-10
Rifle Club, 11-12
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee, 11
Student Manager, 12





HUGH TAYLOR
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Colon Republic de Panama
November 28, 1929
"Speech is great; but silence
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"Jack"
Mobile. Alabama
September 5, 1929
"I make the most of all that
comes:
And the least of all that goes."
Football, 9-10-11-12
Baseball, 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Track. 9-10-11-12
All Allstars, 9-10-11-12
Queen's Court, 11-12






ALICE BRAYTON
"Al"
Balboa, Canal Zone
April 24, 1929
"Little deeds of kindness
Little words of love,
Help to make earth happy
Like the heavens above."
Volleyball. 9-10-11-12
Basketball, 9-10-11-12
Victory Corps, 9
Dramatic Club, 9-10-11-12
Camera Club, 12





WILLIAM W. KORENBROT
"Bill"
Gdansk, Poland
May 6, 1926
"The most essential feature of
man is his improvableness."
Camera Club, 9-10-11
21 Club, 11-12
Movie Assembly Committee, 11


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CLASS HISTORY

The good ship "Cristobal High" was completed in 1932, at an initial cost of
$632,000. Twelve years later, in 1944, 68 crewmen signed on and defeated
the Sophomores in the annual Frosh-Soph Brawl.
A year later, with only 65 members left, the third-classmen lost the brawl.
As Juniors, the class had been cut to only 62. During the year a
prediction was made concerning the class reunion in 1958. It was predicted
that the rocket ship carrying the people to the reunion would crash and
the members would be captured by Cannibals. This was done in the form
of a very interesting assembly.
When the last year of the four-year stretch rolled around, the class
jumped back to 65 members. In lieu of the usual Talent Assembly, the class
presented a Thanksgiving Day program, emphasizing the Freedom Train.
According to the grade point system, the class is slightly better than
average. Based on 4 points for A, 3 for B, et cetera, the class average is 2.250.
The class has also been active in other departments, especially athletics.
The A League Football Allstars was composed of seven first-string and three
second-string players. The girls were also rabid sports enthusiasts.
Among the clubs may be found many Seniors. There are seven in the
National Honor Society, eight in the Thespians, and so it goes in every club.
The attendance record of the class is also impressive, considering the
number of students who come and go continuously. The average attendance
of the 65 students is three and one third years.
The class is a cosmopolite group, coming from five foreign countries and
the United States. The largest single group is from Panama, (31 out of 65.)
Other foreign countries represented, include: Cuba, 2, Poland, Honduras,
and Colombia, 1 each. Sixteen states and the District of Columbia also are
represented: New York leads with 5, closely followed by New Jersey with 3,
Oklahoma, Ohio, Missouri, Texas, and Georgia, 2 each. Those with only 1
are: Michigan, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Maryland,
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MOST STUDIOUS-Mary Furey and Bill McLaughlin
WITTIEST-Pat Kuller and David Sanders
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED-Nancy Dyer and Bill McGinn
MOST ATHLETIC--Roberta Williams and George Egolf
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The Glee Club and Orchestra may not produce angelic music all the time,
but their activities under Mr. Jorstad are truly outstanding.
The Music Department is one of the most important aboard the U. S. S.
Cristobal. Many times during the year, the Orchestra is called on to play
for assemblies, plays, and other special occasions. The Glee Club is very
popular, in school as well as out of school.
Among the outstanding events of the year were the Annual Christmas
Festival, the Easter Concert, and the Spring Mu-ic Festival. At all of these, the
Choir, and the Orchestra presented beautiful programs for the general public.
The band has made its contribution this year, playing at patriotic
assemblies and pep rallies and many of our big games.



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Nothing is complete without appropriate music. The S. S. Cristobal is no
exception, for the Cristobal High School Orchestra and Band have always
given forth golden tunes under the guidance of the director, Mr. 0. E. Jorstad.
The annual Christmas Festival and the Spring M1-i. Festival are the out-
standing events of the year. This year the C. H. S. Band played for most
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National Thespians \

In 1928 the National Thespian Honor E 'amgr '
Society Troupe No. 217 was founded, tol
develop a spirit of active and intelligent
interest in dramatics in Cristobal High
School. The troupe was organized to
encourage the production of better plays, VI
attainment of a better mastery of language,
the development of poise and self control, >
and an appreciation of dramatic literature
and its techniques.
Thespian membership is granted to those
students who excel in the various phases
of dramatics. Thespian credit is given on '4
a point system, and one point is equivalent
to ten hours of work. Accumulation of ten
points makes a person eligible for member-
ship. The names of students with sufficient
points are formally presented to the mem-
bers; their ability is discussed and the .U '
sponsor gives his opinion. The sponsorL .
holds final authority governing member-
ship requirements.
The Thespians' first production of the
season was the murder-comedy "Mr. and
Mrs. North."
The officers for this year are: President,
Raymond Kam; Vice-President, Edward Draim ati Club
Corbett; Secretary, Norma Nall; and the
Sponsor, Mr. Beck.
One of the most outstanding groups aboard the S. S.
Cristobal is the Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss Mary
Worrell. The group is composed of students from all
the classes, who are interested in the various phases of
Dramatics, Acting-Staging-Makeup and Properties.



The Club is the largest in the school and
the members are very enthusiastic over the
program of the season. With President.
Tookie Christian; Vice-President, Bill Hoff-
meyer: Secretary, Sophie Papadopolos; the
Club has had a very successful year.
Dramatics is an important part of the
members' school life, for it is from this
club the material for the plays is drawn.
The actors, stage-crew workers, makeup
artists and other stage personnel are
usually Dramatic Club members. The two
annual plays constitute the major source
of income for the S.A.
The annual initiation of new members
Sis an enjoyable affair. All the new merm-
hers are required to give a skit. pant,,mime.
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The "Tradewind" is the mainstay of ,
high morale aboard ship. Students who '0, 4.
write for this publication and prove themselves .
scholastically superior, are invited to become t,
members of the "Quill and Scroll."
This year's officers were: President, Norma Nall;
Vice-President, Raymond Kam; Secretary, Marjorie Styles; and
Treasurer, Bill McGinn. Miss Dorothy Huffman is Sponsor.


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The National Honor Society represents the intelligencia of our happy ship.
These outstanding personages are noted for character, scholarship, leadership,
and service. It is they who set the example for the rest of the crew. This group
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President, DON JOHNSON,
Vice-President, ED JOHNSTON
Sec.-Treas.. JACKIE HUNTER


CARL F. MAEDL,
Sponsor


The Cristobal High School Camera Club, under the supervision of Mr. Carl
F. Maedl, has done a great deal in perfecting their photography this year.
Classes in darkroom technique, instructed by several members of the
Club were held in the school darkroom. It has been the aim of the organiza-
tion to make all its members capable darkroom workers.
A member of this club was the official photographer for the "Caribbean,"
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21 CLUB


Sponsored by Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club


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Sitting: PEDRO NIEVES, RAYMOND KAM, WILLIAM McGINN, WILLIAM HOFFMEYER.
Middle row: HARRY SCHULTE, HENRY WACHTEL, JOSE COLINA, JOHN TOWNSHEND, EDWARD CORBETT, WILLIAM
KORENBROT, CHARLES MILLSPAUGH, CARLTON CROFT. DORN THOMAS. WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY.
Back row: ERNEST RUNNELLS, CRAIG MALIN, EDWIN MCILVAINE, JAY TROUP, MR. HARRY SUGG. MR. CHARLES
WALLACE, MR. FRED GERHART, MR. PAUL BECK. WILLIAM McLAUGHLIN, HUBERT PRETTO,
Izzy WACHTEL.



The original organizers of the "21 Club," sponsored by the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club, chose
twenty-one boys, with Faculty Sponsors, Mr. C. Wallace and Mr. P. J. Evancoe, to meet semi-monthly
for the purpose of studying, discussing, and writing about the Latin American Republics. Today this
Club is still going strong under the leadership of Mr. Charles Wallace as Sponsor. We hope that the
future "21 Club" members will carry on the work we have started. The officers for this year are:
Raymond Kam, President; William Hoffmeyer, Vice-President; Pedro Nieves, Secretary-Treasurer.





















WIZARDS




Torrid Zone Wizards

The S. S. Cristobal also has its supply of Einsteins. These scientists are organized into a Science
Club called the Torried Zone Wizards which affiliates with the Science Clubs of America. The
twenty-five members of this Club are chosen from all the Science Classes on the basis of scholar-
ship and active interest. This Club's activities vary according to the weather. A field trip to
Barro Colorado is practically a tradition in this organization. Mr. Ray Brians, the newly-
inaugurated Sponsor, was well assisted by the officers in running the Club through periods of
tribulation and parties. The officers are: President, Edward Corbett; Vice-President, Gilbert
Young; Treasurer, Joan Styles: Secretary, Ann Newhard.



Junior Rifle Club RIFLE CLUB

One of the newest Clubs aboard
ship is the Junior Rifle Club.
Mr. Gibson is the Instructor
and Mr. Palumbo, Assistant
Instructor. Among the thirty-
three members, Dick Sullivan t
and Bob Gibson are qualified iI
"Sharpshooters." The officers
are: President, Bob Gibson;
Vice-President, John Engelke;
Secretary, Wilma Collins;
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The Girls' Varsity Club of
Cristobal High School is actually
made up of girls who have done outstand-
ing work in the field of sports. The require-
ments for membership are very rigid as the gil
has to make at least two Allstar teams to be -lthilgble
for admittance to the Club.
The officers for this year are: Pat Kuller, President; Jackie
Whitlock, Vice-President; Lila Hill, Sec.-Treasurer. Other members
are Bobbie Williams, Marjorie Styles, Ann Newhard, Mary Aleguas, Phyllis
Fisher, Helen Marquard, Merle Simons, Norma Nail, Vilma Bejarano, Pat Leach, Bobbie Brown,
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.t,. OFFICERS 1947-1948

PAT KULLER
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CLEVELAND RAMS
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season as they won 9 consecutive
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NOTRE DAME
Finishing in second place with
a 4-won and 5-lost record were
Coulter's team. Lacking in ex-
perience and weight the "Fight-
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thick of the battle. Other out- ,
standing players besides their .,,
captain were Larry Horine,
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BAMBINOS
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Bob Gibson and Tom
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"A" League Football

Many changes are seen in our cruise as we come to a stop at our Athletic Department. It seems that
the old game of touch football has been forgotten and the new "flag football" reigns over this
year's gridiron. This "flag football" is a step toward tackle football in the Canal Zone. Touch
football has not only been played in the Canal Zone Schools since 1936, but it has taken the place
of the regular tackle game that is played in high schools in the United States. The main reason
for this setback in the Canal Zone is the Health Department's rigid requirements.
This year it seems that football, track, field events and baseball will be played under the arc
lights. This is due to one great factor, the installment of lights for night games at the Mt. Hope
and Balboa Stadium, which is property of the School Division.
Besides the installment of lights in our stadiums, the Physical Education and Recreation
Department has secured hip pads and head gear for Cristobal High School, Balboa High School,
and the Canal Zone Junior College, to be used for Interscholastic competition.
To top off a very successful football season, Cristobal High School not only made records
in Intramural games but has won the Canal Zone Interscholastic title for four years in a row, under
the masterful guidance of their skipper, Mr. Luke C. Palumbo, now in his fifth year in the
Cristobal High School coaching staff.


The Cristobal High School intramural captains selected the varsity football team. The squad was
composed of more green horns than ever before. This year the Tigers, going into their first game of
the season, had the lightest and most inexperienced team in the Canal Zone Interscholastic Games.
The Cristobal High School Varsity team had to prove again to their loyal fans and Alumni that
brains will win over brawn. This was proven through their 1947 record.

The Cristobal High School record for the year 1947-


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these girls are: Basketball, Volleyball,
and Softball. So far, the girls of the
S. S. Cristobal have been most success-
ful in their scholastic games as they
took second place, after many exciting
games, with Miss Virginia Keenan,
Physical Education Instructor.
The "A" League girls, although
well coached, lacked that extra drive to
take the Volleyball Title from the girls
from the other side of the Isthmus.
The C.H.S. girls won two games and
lost two for a second place berth. They
won one from C.Z.J.C. and one from
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As the end of the cruise draws near, the passengers group themselves on the top deck under the
stars to have their last jam session.
Suddenly, with the witchery of night, the future seems to open before them as a crystal ball.
All are awed as they see themselves ten years from now, as outstanding successes.
As figures grow more definite before their vision:
The great dramatic actress Vilma Bejarano is seen appearing in "The Eleventh Finger,"
her latest hit on Broadway, in the new "Colossal Theater" recently built by those two ever popular
architects, Raymond Kam and Pedro Nieves.
Wilma Collins is leaving her job at the International Beauty Shop to go up to Alaska to
witness Bill McGinn receive his award for being the best Forest Ranger of 1958.
Helen Crandall is still teaching English at C.H.S., replacing Miss Liter who has recently
left the faculty to be married.
Rosemary Denson is traveling all over the world as a brain surgeon from Johns Hopkins
Hospital. Alice Brayton, trained nurse and Miss Denson's private secretary is unable to make
this trip with her employer because of her recent marriage to Edward Corbett, Admiral of the
Fleet.
Norma Nail and George Coulter are busy at home taking care of the twelve little Coulters
Norma still models with John Powers during her spare time!!!
Arden Armstrong is seen doing her specialty at the Copacabana. (The one in New York,
folks!!)
Mary Furey is now the head pharmacist at Colon Hospital. after having served a five year
term in San Quentin for attempted poisoning of a Professor of History at Yale, Bill Hoffmeyer.
Had she succeeded, she would have left Mrs. Hoffmeyer, (now Joan Dougan), and the five little
ones orphaned.
Maxine Gumban, the noted dress designer at "Hattie Carnegie's" in New York City, is visiting
her sister Emilia who is in training at the Mayo Clinic.
Jeanine Hellums is found in the morgue at Margarita Hospital. She isn't dead either! She's
the mortician! That sounds like stiff work!
Gertrude Miller, singer with Harry James' band has just made her debut at Carnegie Hall.
Alan Townshend, popular lawyer of Panama City has just won the case of the "Triangle
Love Affair." Those involved are George Egolf, Notre Dame Quarterback, Roberta Williams,
secretary to Harry Schulte, owner of the "Fit-Tight Corset Company," and Jeanette McLaren,
nurse at Cativa City Hospital.
Eddie Johnston, owner of "Johnston's Jyp Joint" has just made his first hundred!
Bertha Englebright, dishwasher at Cristobal Clubhouse has taken the week-end off to be
married to Robert Quinn, the manager.
Tom Dixon, owner of the Colon Arena has invited all of his former classmates to a "Lucky
Strike" amateur program, being presented during the month of June.
P. S.-We hear he signed George Coulter as "The Lucky Strike Kid!"
David Serko, prominent surgeon at Amador Guerro Hospital has invented a new type of
stitch. (Knit one, purl two.)







"Bee" McKenzie is seen teaching Geometry at Columbia University.
Lillian Norris, the great comedian, has just given up her career to go on a cruise with
Errol Flynn. She says she's a big girl now!
Jack Haywood, Panama Canal electrician, is installing neon lights in the bathrooms of the
homes on Alligator Island just outside Gatun.
Philip Sanders, noted engineer, is suing Jim Rosskopf, educated bum, for loitering in his
one-way tunnel.
Lee Van Siclen, clown in Barnum & Bailey's circus, is down here for the summer to recuper-
ate from last year's season. It seems that Lee got quite a kick out of the act using mules.
Mariorie Styles has been nominated for the first woman President of the United States, by
the "Pro-Femme Party," headed by Virginia Russell. state politician.
Gilbert Sollas is the Student Manager at U.C.L.A. training All-American Tackle, James
Fernandez.
Barbara Brown is secretary to Hugh Taylor. partner to Howard Hughes.
Jean Tesch is seen as a jockey in the Kentucky Derby.
Merle Simons is head of the USO organization throughout the world. Keep up the good
work. Merle!
Bill McLaughlin is retired from the Senior Class of 1958, and just received his pension
from the class President, Nancy Dyer, who will retire next year because of age.
Kathleen Donahue is President of the Amazon Club in New York City.
John Engelke and Dave Aycock have just bought the Tropic Bar and restaurant. They
are busy at work fixing un the building to look like Buckingham Palace.
Pat Kuller, famous interior decorator of New York City, has just completed refurnishing the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in that city.
Marie Bennv is the owner of a pop corn concession on Bolivar. How's business, Marie????
Bill Willoughby, noted clarinet player is teaching Craig Malin, a big success in general,
how to play the clarinet in his spare time.
Pat Leach is diving champion of the world.
Eola Pretto, owner of the Paris Bazaar, has hired Terry Archbold as floor-walker. If you
remember. Terry owned Juan Franco for a while and is better known as "Cinch" Archbold.
David Sanders, engineer, has just completed the first bridge between the United States and
Europe. Lastest reports say he's trying to hook a ride back.
Chuck Millspaugh. owner of the Saratoga Night Club has just returned from a vacation in
Africa where he signed up a new show.
Charles Harrison, graduate of Kings Point, is running an excursion between Panama City and
Taboga.
Dolores Thompson has just started working as ticket seller at the Strand.
Mary Aleguas is happily married and the mother of two darling twins named "Mutt and Jeff."
Delores Cotanche is in Hollywood waiting for the arrival of her husband, Commander
Douglas, of the United States Navy.
Frances Adam is seen in the American Legion parade twirling her baton.
Bill Badders is owner of the Ford Company.
Well, the cruise is at an end and the passengers are about to disembark, still talking to one
another about the future which lies ahead.









BOYS... CLASS

With old acquaintances forgot, that would be brought to mind, just take a gander at this mess,
and see what's left behind.

Ray Kam-his stage-manager job to Gilbert Young.
Alan Townshend-the job of Senior Class Secretary to the next sucker.
Ed Johnston-his cheesecake photography to Don Johnson.
Bill Hoffmeyer-his ability to read Shakespeare to Bill Heggelund.
Tom Dixon-loud-mouth Egger to the Senior Girls.
David Aycock-just leaves.
Bill Badders-his bread (four year loaf) to Jean Anderson.
George Coulter-his drivers' license to Larry Horine.
John Engelke-his backstage knowledge to those who want it.
Charlie Harrison-his Jamaican accent to Mary Ann Quinnelly.
Jack Haywood-his laziness to any Junior sucker who wants it.
Chuck Millspaugh-the last hope for Gatun to Buddie Thomas.
David (Limey) Sanders-his ability to "make faces" to Brian Albright.
Terry Archbold-the girls of C. H. S. to his undergraduates.
Ed Corbett-his loud voice to "my brother."
George Egolf-leaves C. H. S. for good!!! (He hopes.)
Jim Fernandez-his athletic ability to Bob Gibson (basketball).
Loring MacKenzie-Metal shop to any other fortunate person.
Pedro Nieves-his height to "Reds" Corbett.
Bill McGinn-the S. A. Presidency to Dorn Thomas.
Phil Sanders-his body beautiful to John Davis.
Harry Schulte-his amazing athletic ability to Jerry Daugherty.
David Serko-his French horn and playing ability to anyone Mr. Jorstad can talk into it.
Craig Malin-his "licorice-stick" to Reynolds.
Bill McLaughlin-his 5 o'clock shadow to Howard Munro.
Bob Quinn-ability to wiggle his ears to anyone who appreciates talent.
Jim Rosskopf-his knack of un-zipping zippers and untying bows to anyone that likes lush bodies.
Gilbert Sollas-his 4-year stretch to any freshman inmate.
Hugh Taylor-the 8th graders on the Old Cristobal bus to Bagby.
Bill Willoughby-that worried look every 6th period to any Junior that takes English 12.
Bill Korenbrot-his motion-picture hobby to Izzy Wachtel.









WILL... GIRLS

Amidst scurried last minute packing before leaving the S. S. Cristobal, the versatile Seniors
realized that they had certain outstanding fundamentals and characteristics which must be passed
on to the posterity of future gobs who man this ship.
Joan Dougan-her Irish temperament to Norma Englebright.
Wilma Collins-her well-groomed appearance to any Junior girl who needs it.
Bertha Englebright-her speed in typing to DeElda Cotanche.
Vilma Bejarano-her Pepsodent smile to Lila Hill.
Marjorie Styles-the sweat and toil of a class presidency to any Junior who likes hard work.
Helen Crandall-her perfect (?) attendance record to Sophia Papadopolos.
Bobby Williams-her athletic ability to Pat Casswell.
Nancy Dyer-her negative attitude in Miss Huffman's class to Jean Dough.
Arden Armstrong-her dancing ability to Mig MacKenzie.
Dolores Thompson-her shorthand experience to any bright pupil.
Pat Kuller-her popularity to Jackie Whitlock.
Lillian Norris-her acting ability to Tookie Christian.
Norma Nail-all future little male Coulters to C. H. S. girls.
Maxine Gumban-her startling height to Mary Irving.
Rosemary Denson-her cavities (13) to Neyle Theriault, who hates dentists.
Pat Leach-her cheer-leading uniform to her sister, Lorna.
Jeannette McLaren-her baby blue eyes to Nonnie Styles.
Barbara Brown-her blonde hair to Bobby Troup.
Merle Simons-her clowning in gym to Helen Marquard.
Marie Benny-her typing headaches to Jackie Lee.
Mary Aleguas-her bossiness to Jose Colina.
Gertrude Miller-her hair to anyone who can put up with it (or put it up).
Mary Furey-her lovely complexion to Max Factor.
Lee Van Siclen-her ability to keep a straight face when telling one of her stories, to Tookie
Christian.
Eola Pretto-her cultured laugh to Mary Jo MacSparran.
leannene Hellums-her giggles to Phyllis Fisher.
Jean Tesch-her ability to ride horses to the Junior girl who needs it most.
Alice Brayton-her seat in shorthand to Jean Clark.
Emilia Gumban-her bewitching brown eyes to Jean Anderson.
Frances Adam-her baton to Beverly Collyer.
Delores Cotanche-her beautiful tan to anyone who cultivates the outdoor look.
Virginia Russell-her raven hair to Flossie Kane.



























This concludes the log of the 15th annual cruise of the Good Ship CRISTOBAL. It is our belief
that this is the best trip ever undertaken since these excursions were inaugurated back in 1934.
This year's voyage was made with a record complement of three hundred persons and a special
detachment of thirty instructors.
The Editors and Staff wish to acknowledge the assistance given to them by Mr. George
Nadeau, photographer, Allison's Studios; Crafto Co. of Chicago, Illinois (responsible for our
superb covers); The Southern Engraving Co., and the St. Petersburg Printing Co., both of St.
Petersburg, Florida, for their excellent co-operation in publishing this year's book; Robert Stern,
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Congratulations
Class of 1948




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SmOOT HUflICUTT


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Distributors

BUICK CADILLAC
LaSALLE CHEVROLET
FRIGIDAIRE FIRESTONE


COLON PANAMA




Panama Auto, S. A.

Successors to
WALLINFORD & ARANGO


Distributors

Oldsmobile and Packard
Automobiles

Sixteenth Street Melendez Avenue
Colon, R. de P.


GflRAG


SSTERLIfl


Distributors


"Shell" Gasoline
"Shell" Oil
"Shell" Grease


Dodge Cars
DeSoto Cars
Goodyear Tires


AUTOMOBILE AND BICYCLE ACCESSORIES
WILLARD STORAGE BATTERIES


Phone 130
Colon, R. P.


G. G. Sterling
Box 1, Cristobal


Compliments
of



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H.O.L.
1390 K.C.
ONDA LARGA


H.O.L.A.
31 METROS
ONDA CORTA


RADIO

ATLANTICO
9069 BALBOA AVE.
COLON, R. P.

*

A. Galindo Telefono 1044
Gerente General Apartado 444


Compliments
of


FORD


MOTOR


COMPANY

CRISTOBAL BRANCH


For
That
Best Dressed Look


PARAMOUNT

STORE

1lth Street
and
the Corner of Bottle Alley
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UNITED FRUIT


Company


Great White Fleet

Returns to Serve the Americas

A

Offices
UNITED FRUIT BUILDING
CRISTOBAL
PHONE 3-2121


CENTURY CLUB
PANAMA CITY
PHONE 523 524


SOLID MAHOGANY FURNITURE


SPOTLESS

DRY CLEANER


Guaranteed Rapid Service


Federico Boyd Avenue
and 15 Street No. 5056


Colon


ENGLISH FURNITURE STORE
L. SANCHEZ
BOLIVAR AVE. & 7th ST. No. 6075
TELEPHONE 334
P. O. BOX 67
SALES CASH CREDIT CLUBS


Telephone
767-L








Congratulations

to the

Seniors


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Speed Up With Spur


A BOON TO OUR
HIGH SCHOOL DAYS



1947 & 1948


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Compliments
of




WW W. GOULD

INSURANCE


A


Second Floor. Masonic Temple
Phone 3-1456


Box 2098


Cristobal, C.Z.


J. MIZRACHI
JEWELER, WATCHMAKER
AND
EXPERT DIAMOND SETTER

Front Street Phone 345
COLON



Compliments
of


WOlG CHflG S. l.

GENERAL HARDWARE
PANAMA COLON
Phone 303 Phone 1193



GLAMOUR
ORIENTAL NOVELTIES
PANAMA HATS
PERFUMES
SILKS
WHOLESALE RETAIL
FRONT STREET, COLON




MADURITO

FRENCH PERFUMES
LADIES CHILDREN
WEARING APPAREL
100 CENTRAL AVE. 17 FRONT STREET
PANAMA COLON


Congratulations
to the Class of '48

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ANAM I l rlO
PANAMA COLON


TELEPHONE 495
APARTADO 510


GODHUMAL

COLON, R. de P.
56 AVENIDA DEL FRENTE


CABLE
GODHUMAL






Compliments


Compliments
from


Clwedre */orf


from


COflyY ISLllD


Compliments
of



COLPAN MOTORS INC.


Authorized Dealers
FOR

FORD MERCURY LINCOLN

PANAMA, R. P.


C. CASULLO
JEWELER
"MIDO" "MULTIFORT"
"LONGINES" "GRUEN"
WATCHES
All Guaranteed
45 FRONT STREET COLON


EL

JRDIlO CLAVEL

Wishes Every Success
to the Class of '48