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CRISTOBAL HIGH

SCHOOL GnidaLai, Ganal ^otta




Co-Editors Carolyn Slater and Judy Jorstad



The Staff

(Who have been your slaves)



Jean Anderson
dorrit archbold
Patricia Casswell
Daisy Dixon
Elinor Donahue
Joyce Hawthorne
Carlos Ibanez
Eileen Jones
Judith Jorstad
Robert Karicer
Mary Jo MacSparran
Elizabeth Munro
Carolyn Slater
Mae Thomason
Mark White
Robert Wilford



Sponsor -- Dorothy Huffman Smith




Man of the Year



"* MMwftmtw'tift* this annual to Mr. Rayburn Brians whose winning

personality and unselfish labor in school activities
have long made him a favorite among facult) and
students.



The

Principal
of the
thing .




Mr. Paul Beck

A.B.. Findlay College

M. A., University of Michigan

Graduate work in Columbia

I niversity and I niversity of

Vi isconsin



Miss Beverly Ruoff. Secretary

Bei is Berk's little helper



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Mrs. Evelyn Anderson

Early World History

A.B., Bethany Co

Lindsburg, Kansas

Graduate work at

University of Cliiiaj.



Mr. Raybirn Brians

Physics, Mathematics.
Chemistry

Science Club Sponsor
U.S.. University of Idaho
M.S., University of Idaho



Miss Jeanne Brown

Librarian. English 10

Honor Society Sponsor

Stephens College

B.A.. University of Missouri

M.A., I niversity of Missouri



Mr. Carroll Anderson
W ood Shop

Stage Construction Sponsor
B.S.. Kansas State Teachers'

College

M.S.. Kansas State Teachers'

College



Miss Adamary Anderson

U. S. History. Girls' Counselor

American Problems
Assistant Sponsor, Junior Class

B.A., Florida State College
M.A., University of Michigan






Coach Kenneth Deith

Physical Education
\.\k. I niversit) of Rutgers



Mr. Pall Evancoe

English 9, 10

Freshman Class Sponsor

A.B.. Lebanon Valley

M.A., Duke University

Further study in Duke Universitj



Mr. Clyde Flowers

Algebra, Geometry

Trigonometry, Boys' Counselor

A.B., John B. Stetson

M.A.. John B. Stetson

Further -tiidy in
I ni\erMt\ of Florida



Mr. Noel Gibson

Metal Shop, Mechanical Drawing

Rille Club Sponsor

B.S., Bradley University




Mr. Russell S. Johns

Spanish, French

S.A. Sponsor

.. Mississippi Southern College

Jackson. Mississippi

\1. \.. University of Texas

Further study at University of

Texas and in Mexico City



Mr. Oswald Jorstad

Instrumental Music. Vocal Musu

B.A.. Concordia College

Moorhead. Minnesota

B.M., Concordia Conservatory of

Music

M.A., University of Michigan,

Ann Arbor, Michigan



Eight





Miss Bess Liter

English II. 12

Junior Class Sponsor

Randolph Macon

Women's College

B.A., West Virginia

University

M.A., West Virginia

University

Candidate [or I'h.D. at

New V oik I niversity




Miss \ irginia Keen vn

Physical Education

Girls' I arsit) Sponsor

< '.. /.. Junior College

I!. \.. Colorado Slate College





Mr. Carl F. Maedl

General Science, Biology, Senior Sponsor.

Camera Club Sponsor

B.E.. State Teachers' College

Moorhead, Minnesota

M.A., Columbia I niversity

New York City

Graduate work at I niversity of Minnesota




Coach Gerhard Lust

Physical Education

B.S., Ithaca College

New York



Miss Sophie McLimans

Household Arts

Cafeteria Manager

B.S.. University of Wyoming

Further study in I ni\er-it\

of California




Miss Vera Miller

Latin
A.B., Evansville < lollege



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Miss Helen Patterson

Shorthand, Business Training

Typing, S. A. Accountant

B.S., Montana State College

Further Study in Universit)

"f California



Mr. Buel C. Robinson

Algebra. Plane Geometry

Modern World History

Sophomore Class Sponsor

B.S., University of Colorado

Graduate stud) in University of Colorado



Coach Like Pali mho

Physical Education

"C Club Sponsor

B.S., State Teachers' Colle^

Maryville, Missouri





Mr. Charles Wallace

Spanish 9

21 Club Sponsor

B.A., Daniel Baker College

M.A.. University of Texas

Further study in University of Chicago. Uni

versidad Nacional de Mejico. and Royal Insti

tu t ion. Montreal. Canada.



Miss Mary Worrell

Art, English 9

Dramatic Club Sponsor

\ational Art Honor

Society Sponsor

B.S., Iniversity of Missouri

M.S.. Northwestern University



Mils. Donoi in Smith

Journalism

Quill uml Si mil Sponsor

\.l!.. Ohio Northern 1 niversit)

M. \.. Di-mrr I niversit)

Further study in

Columbia Universil;

Ten





Carl F. Maedi.
Man of the Hour



TIio llislorv of Hi<> Class of 1950



Members of the class of 1950 were ear-
marked from their birth with the stamp of Fate.
Hailing from the four coiners of the earth and
points unknown, they were drawn, as to a mag-
net, to Cristobal High School where they were
to graduate. The class, through the years, lost
old members and gained new ones, but those
who were touched by the hand of Destiny were
the ones to remain, and pass that milestone of
life together.

The class went its normal course, morale
and work changing with the barometer. Spon-
sors Evancoe, Anderson, Liter, and Maedl
worked with the group in successive years to
plan activities and entertainment. Outstand-
ing events were: Freshman dance, Sophomore
assembly, Junior-Senior banquet and prom,
and the Senior dance and assembly.
I a eh e



Midterm of the class' sophomore year
brought a shift in the principal's office from
Mr. Ted Hotz to Mr. Paul Beck. Another
change occurred during the Senior year when
a six-period day was inaugurated. In the span
of four years during which the class occupied
Cristobal balls, few other changes were made
among the faculty or on the premises.

Cristobal High School, as it is today, reached
a state of completion in 1933; the class of
1934 being the first to graduate from the new
building. The years have passed since then
with classes increasing in size. The class of
1950 marks another page in this brief history.
Its members will pass into the adult world
where they will either create their own anonym-
ity or carve their names in the annals of time.




Robert Karicer President
"Flip"

Cristobal, Canal Zone
"My wealth is health and

perfect ease."
Senior Class President
C-Club, Vice-President. 3;

President. 4
Football, 1. 2. 3, 4
All-Stars. 1, 3. 4
Basketball. 1. 2. 3, 1
Ul-Stars, 2. 3, 1
Baseball, 1. 2. 3, 4
Ul-Stars, 2. 3, 4
Softball. 1
All-Stars, 1
Track, 3, 4
Swimming, 4
Orchestra, 1. 2. 3, I
Band. 1, 2. 3, 4
S. A. Representative, 1
Tradewind Staff. 4
Caribbean Staff. 4
Junior-Senior Prom Committee, 3
Senior Dance Committee
Visitation Day Committee. 3, 4
Football Court. 4
Water Polo, 3




William Miller

Vice-President

"Bar

I lleveland, Ohio

"// is the mind that makes the num.

Class Vice-President, 4

Class Treasurer, 3

Dramatic Club, 3; Vice-President. 4

National Honor Society.

Vice-President, 3; President, I
Camera Club, 4
C-Club, 1

F ball, 1, 2. 3. 4

Ul-Stars, 1. 3. 4
Track. 3, I
Basketball, 2.3. 4
All-Stars, 3, 1



Softball, 2. 3, I

Science Club. 1, 2. 3; P

21 Club. 3. 4

Orchestra, 1. 2

Hall Duty, 3

Senior Dance Committee

Senior Talent Assembly

'"Ramshackle Inn"'

"The Valient"



sidenl, I



Daisy Mae Dixon Treasurei
"Dizzy"

Managua, Nicaragua
"Full at chatter, jnl I of pep;
Never quiet, that's her rep."
\ good history student,
Fond of DATES.
Senior Class Treasurer
Dramatic Club. 1, 2. 3, I
"Henrj Aldrich"
"Masquarade
'".bum Kissed Mi"
Thespians, 4
Volleyball, 1. 2. 3, I
Basketball, 1. 2. 3. I
All-Stars. 1. 3. 4
Softball, 2. 3, 1
Tennis, 1
Badminton, 4
Pep Club. 1
t In, i leader ( laptain, 4
Tradeu ind Staff, 3, 4
Caribbean Staff, 3. 4
Hall Duty. 3

Sophomore Dance Committee
Sophomore Talent Assembl)
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 3
Swimming, 1

Visitation Day Head Chairman, I
Senior Dance Committee
Queen's ( lourt, 4




Loukdes Teano Secretary
"Lurdes"

Colon, Republic of Panama
"Her willingness is always manifest.
( llass Secretary, 4
C. M. F.. 2, 3
Library Assistant. 1
Student Council. 4
Chairman in C. M. F., 3
Junior-Senior Prom Committee. 3
Senior Dance Committee




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Jean Anderson
"Jeannie"

Frostproof. Florida

"She walks in beauty like the
night oi cloudless
chimes and starry skies."

<- la" Secretary, 2, 3

Dramatic Club, 3, I

"Ramshackle Inn"

Pep Club. 1

Cheerleader. 3

Glee Club. 1. 4

Quill and Scroll. 3, 4

Trade-wind Staff. 3 4

Caribbean Staff. 3. 4

Sophomore Dance Committee

Sophomore Assembly Committee

Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3

\ imitation Day, 3

Graduation and Baccalaureate. 3

Senior Dance Committee, 4



Denis H. Alcock

"Denny"

Panama. Republic of Panama
"Handsome is as handsome does.'
Football. 3. 4
Softball. 2. 3
Basketball. 2. .'!. I
Track. 3, 4
All-Stars. 3, 4
Science Club, 4




Dorrit Lou Archbold

"Dotty"

Colon. Republic of Panama
"There is great ability in knowing
how to conceal one's ability."
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4
Varsity Club. 3; Secretary-
Treasurer, 4
Volleyball, 1. 2. 3, 4
All-Stars, 2, 3. 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2
Library Assistant, 1, 2
Pep Club, 2
Glee Club, 1. 2. 3. 4
Quill and Scroll. 4
Tradewind Staff. 4
(Caribbean Staff. 4
Decoration Committees, I. 2. .!
Fntertainment Committee, 4
Sophomore Assembly
Thanksgiving Assembly




Jack Baigelman

"Jackie"

Colon, Republic of Panama

"State!) and tall he walks

through the halls."
(.lass Vice-President, 3
Class Representative, 4
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3
Camera Club. 2. 3
Softball, 1, 2
Basketball, 1
(dee Club, 1, 2




Ileana Brooks

"Hlondie"

Colon, Republic of Panama

Volleyball, 1, 2. 3

Basketball. 1, 2. 3

Badminton. 3

Tennis, 3

Dramatic Club. 3

Pep Squad, 3

Freshman and Senior Prom

Committee
Sophomore Dance CommiKee



Robert Preston Barker

"Bobby"

Tampa, Florida

"A quiet mind is richer than a

crown."
Camera Club, 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Softball, 1
Track. 1
Water Polo, 1
Basketball, 1
21 Club, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 4



Fourteen



Patricia Jane Casswell

"Gassy

Cristobal. Canal Zone
"Blest with temper whose
unclouded ray
Can make tomorrow its cheerful
as today."
Volleyball. 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars. 1. 2, 3, 4
Basketball. 1, 2, 3, 4,
All-Stars. 1, 2. 3, 4
Softball. 1. 2. 3, 4
All-Stars. 1. 2. 3. 4
Tennis, 4
Varsity, 1, 2, 3, 4;

President. 3
Tradewind Staff, 3. 4:

Editor. 4
Caribbean Staff. 3, 4
( dass Treasurer. 1
Freshman Dance Committee
Varsity Dance Committee, 3
Pep Club, 1, 4
Victory Corps, 1

William Gilbert Bingham
"Bill"

Los Angeles. California

"Happy the man who enjoys Hie"

Class President. 1

Student Association Treasurer. 3

Executive Office Cristobal

Rifle Club. 4

21 Club. 3

Jr. Rifle Club. 3. 4

Student Council, 2. 1

Glee Club. 3. 4

Hall Duty, 3

Sophomore Talent Niglu

Freshman Dance Committee

Baccalaureate




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YOLANDA VAN DER DlJS
"landie"

Panama. Republic of Panama
"If hen she is happy the world
knows it."

Dramatic Club, 1. 2. 3. 4
Volleyball. 1. 2. 3, 4
Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4
Pep Club. 1. 4
Glee Club, 1. 2. 3, 4
Junior and Senior Banquet

Committee, 3
Senior Assembly Committee
Senior Dance Committee



George L. Champagne

"Georgie"

Newton. Mass.

"Silence is as deep eternity."

( lamera < Hub, 2

Track. 2. I

Band. 2




Dolores Jessica Dixon
"Dodo"

Springfield. Missouri

"A laugh, an infectious smile.

She is the s[>irit of joy."
Class Treasurer, 2
Volleyball, 1. 2. 3, 1

Ul-Stars, 1. 2. 3. 1
Basketball, I. 2. 3. 1
All-Stars, 1. 2. 3.
Softball, 1. 2. 3. 4
Cheerleader. I
Glee (dub. I
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee. 3
Football lourt, 1




Carlton Ray Croft

Norfolk. Virginia

"Good humor is the clear

blue sky of the soul."
Class Vice-President, 1
Football. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, I
Softball. 1, 2. 3. 1
Baseball, 1, 2
21 Club, 1, 2. 3
Jr. Rifle Club. 1, 2
Pep Club. 4
Glee Club. 1, 2. 3, 1
Dance Committees. 1, 2. 3
Talent Assembly 1. 2. 3
Stadium Box-office. 4





Fitter




Elinor Agnes Donahue
"El"

Brooklyn. New York

"I sweet attractive hind oj grat e.

Dramatic Club. 1. 2: Secretary, 1

Volleyball, 1. 2. I

Basketball. 1. 2. 4

Pep Club. 2. 4

Glee Club, 1

Quill an. I Scroll. 1

S. A. Representative. 4

Tradewind Staff. 4

Caribbean Staff. 4

Sophomore Dance Committee, 2

Football Queen, 1



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Gerald Dare

"Jerr\

Ontario. California
"Jerry the little big shm oj
C.H.S. with pants st\le."
Class Officer. 1, 2
S. A. Representative. 2
Art Committees. 1. 2. 3
Sports. 1. 2. 3
Art Club, 1, 2, 3





Thomas Culpepper

"doolie"

Ancon. Canal Zone

"Life may be real ami earnest,

But it sure is inn.
C-Club. 3. 4
Basketball. 1. 2. 3, 4
All-Stars, 1. 2. 3. I
Baseball. 1. 2. 3. I

\II-Siars. 1, 2. 3. I
Football, 1. 2, 3. 1
All-Stars. 1. 3. 1
Softball, f. 2. 3. 1
All-Star-. 2
21 Club, 2



Paula Do\ el

"Putsie"

New York, N. V

"Ideas arc innn\ little things.
They Hon'/ nark unless ton do.
Dramatic Club, 1, 2. 3. 4
Volleyball, 1. 2. 3. 4
Ml-Slars. 4
Basketball, 1. 2, 3, 4
Softball. 1. 2. 3. f
Badminton, I
Jr. Rifle Club, 1. 2. .'.. I
Pep Club, I. I
Glee Club. 1. 2. 3
Orchestra, 1, 2. 3. I
Band. 1. 2. 3. 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 3
Junior Kin" Committee, 3





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Betty Patricia Ebuenga

Cristobal. Canal Zone
Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 1

Softball. 2
Volleyball. 1. 2, 3
Camera Club. 2
Sophomore J'alent Assembly
Freshman Dance Committee
Pep Squad. \
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3
Orchestra. 1. 2



Jerrald L. Daughertj

"Jerry"

Steuban, Wisconsin
"Somebody has to tale it easy.
So it might as well he me."
Camera Club, 1. 2
Football. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 3, 4
Basketball. 2
Softball. 1. 2. 3, I
Science Club, 1
Hall Duty. 3



Si tteen



Lira Louise Fox

"Tudy"

San Diego, California

"Laughter oft is but an art.
Dramatic Club. 4
Camera Club. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. I
IVp Club. 4




Robert Janz, Jr.

"fior/"

Belfast. Ireland

"Counts his gains, and hurries

bach for more."
Class Treasurer, 2
National Honor Society. 4
21 Club. 3. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 3. 4
Clee Club. 2
Science Club, 4
Thanksgiving Assembly, 4




Mary Donnie Agnes Gilder

"Donnie"

Cristobal, Canal Zone

"Silence is golden, but

ue're oij the gold standard."
Volleyball, 1, 2. 3. 4
\11-Star~. I
Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4
Softball. 1, 2. 3. 4
Pep Club. 1
Cheerleader, 4

Clee Club. 2
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee. 3
Queen's Court. 4




William C.


Johnson


"Stumpy"






Salem, Mass.






"Education is


th,


breath


of Hie






But 1 am short winded."


C-Club, 2, 3, 1






Football. 2. 3.


1:


Captain


\II-Stars. 2. 3.


1


: Captain


Baseball. 2. 3.


1




Ul-Stars, 2. 3.


1




Water Polo, 2.


3,


1


Jr. Rifle Club.


3




Football Court


. 1






Joyce Barbara Hawthorne

"Joee"

Easl Orange, New Jersej

"A girl's blush is pretli

But sometimes inconvenient."
Camera Club. 2
Softball. 1. 2. 3. 4
Basketball. 1, 2. 3, I
Volleyball, 1. 2. 3. I
Badminton. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 3. 4
Pep Club. 1. 4
Tradewind Staff. 1
Caribbean Staff. 4
Program and Dance Committee, 1
Talent Assembly, 2
Graduation and Baccalaureate, 3
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee. 3
Senior Dance



Jerry Kane

Swedeland, Pennsylvania

"They say money talks,
but all it ever soul In
me uas good-bye."

< 4as~ President. 2

C-Club. 3. 4

Baseball. 1. 2. 3. 1

Mi-Star-. 1. 2. 3. 4

Football. I. 2. 3. I

\1I-Star-. 1. 2. 3. 4

Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4

Softball. 1. 2. 3. 1

Water Polo. 1. 2. 3, 4

Glee Club. President. 2. 3

Decorating Committees, 2.

Football Court. 4





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Seventeen





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Dorothy Englebricht
"Dottie"

Vncon, Canal Zone
"A friend may well be reckoned

the masterpiece ol nature."
Pep Club, i
Glee Club, 2, 3. 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Talent Assembly, 2
Senior Assembly Committee




William Hill
"Bill"

Colon, Republic of Panama
"Men are but children

of a larger growth."
Softball, 1, 2, 3
All-Stars, 2, 3
Football, 1, 2, 3. 4
All-Stars, 2, 3
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2, 3
Varsity Baseball. 4
S. A. Representative, 4
Dance Committees. 2. 3



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Mary Fisher

"Scoopy"

Colon. Republic of Panama
"A friendly manner to all

around her."
Dramatic Club, 1. 2; Treasurer. 4
C. M. F.. 1. 2
Camera Club. 1, 2, 4
Volleyball. 1
Pep Club. 4
Glee Club. 1
Orchestra, 1, 2
Freshman Assembly
Dance Committee, 1. 2





Carlos Ibanez

"Blasco"

Colon, Republic of Panama

"If rite me as one who loves

my fellow man."
Student Representative. 3
Dramatic Club, 3, 4
C-Club, 3. 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Football, 1, 2. 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3. 4
Basketball, 1, 2. 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3
Track. 1, 2, 3, 4
Water Polo. 1, 2. 3, 4
Swimming, 1, 2. 3, 4
Glee Club, Vice-President 3
Tradewind Staff, 3, 4
Caribbean Staff. 3. 4
Hall Duty. 3
Freshman Dance
Sophomore Dance
Talent Assembly, 2
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 3
Thanksgiving Assembly, I
National Independence
Assembly. 4



Dinah Loraine Frankel

"To/lywops"

Colon, Republic of Panama

"tame is the scentless sunflower,
with gaudy crown of gold:
But friendship is the breathing
rose with sweet in every fold."

Dramatic Club. 2, 3. 4

C. M. F., 2; Treasurer. 3

Volleyball. 1

Pep Club, 3. 4

Freshman Dance Committee



John James Irvine

Orange, New Jersey
"There is not one among us
But can call him friend."
Dramatic Club. 1. 4
Football. 3. 4
All-Stars, 4
Baseball. 3, 4
Tennis, 3

Senior Dance Committee
Football Court. 4



Eighte



Mary Elizabeth Irvinc

"Long John"

Colon, Republic of Panama
"A jovial smile, a loving
heart has she."
Basketball. 1, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball, 1, 2, 3. 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2
Talent Assembly, 2




Paul Lyndon
"Pin Head"
Knoxville, Tenn.
"Let thy speech be better
than silence, Or be silent.'
Basketball, 3, 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Football, 4
All-Stars, 4
Softball, 3
Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 4
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4




Eileen Jones
"Ida Red"
Oran. Missouri
"The nay to have a friend
is to be one."
Camera Club, 4
Glee Club, 2
Tradeivind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Visitation Day Committee, 4



Ralph Malcolm

St. Petersburg, Florida

"Let every man mind his own

business."
Football, 1, 2, 3, I
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 1
Basketball, 1, 2
Softball, 2. 3
Track, 3, 4






Judith Anne Jorstad
"Judy"

Bay City, Michigan

"Music is said to be the speech o)
angels."

Student Council, Vice-President, 3

C. M. F. Club, Vice-President, 2^ 3

Dramatic Club, 3. 4

Thespians, 4

National Honor Society, 3. 4

Camera Club, 2

Varsity Club, 3, 4

Basketball. 1, 2, 3. 4

Volleyball, 2, 3. 4

All-Stars, 2

Softball, 1. 2, 3, 4

All-Stars, 2

Badminton, 4

Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 4

Student Council, 1. 2 3 1

Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4

Orchestra, 1, 2. 3. 4

Band, 2, 3, 4

Quill and Scroll. 4

S. A. Representative. 1. 2. 1

Tradewind Staff. 4

Caribbean Staff, 4 Co-Editor

Freshman Assembly Committee

Talent Night Committee, ]

Senior Dance Committee

Senior Assembly Committee

Visitation Day, 3

Graduation and Baccalaureate. .1

"Jenny Kissed Me"




Edwin Clair McIlvaine

"Eddie"

Colon, Republic of Panama
"We grant although he has much
wit, he is very shy of using it."
Camera Club, 2
21 Club. 2




Nineteen





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Maio Lamurey

"Yoyo"

Catafio. Puerto Rico

"Quietness and diligence

pervade her gentle spirit.'
Glee Club. 2. 3. 4



James J. Roddy

"Roddy"

New York, New Y ork
"One of our high school
flashes . the lad with
the curly eye lashes."
Camera Club, 2
Basketball. 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1. 2, 3. 4
Football. 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3
Baseball. 1. 2, 3. 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 1. 2




Mary Jo MacSparran

"Mac"

Cristobal, Canal Zone

"We should so live

That when tie die.

Even the undertaker

Will be sad."
S. A. Representative. 1
Bulletin Board Chairman, 1
Committee Head Chairman, 2
Junior Class President
Student Association President. 4
Varsitv Club, 2. 3, 4
Volleyball, 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
\II-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3. 4
\II-Stars. 1. 2. 3, 4
Swimming, 1, 4
Tennis, 4

Student Council, I : President. 4
Pep Club. 1,3,4
Quill and Scroll, 4
Tradewind Staff, 1
Caribbean Staff, 4
Irishman Dance Committee
Sophomore Talent Assembly
Senior Dance Committee






Claudio Rosania

Colon, Republic of Panama
"/ knou everything except

myself."
Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4
\1I-Star>. 3, 4
Football, 1, 2. 3. 1
Baseball, 1
Softball. 2. 3. 4
Track. 1, 3, 4
Glee Club. 2. 3. 4
Decorating Committees. ]. 2.



JeANNETTE MARyilARD

"Polly"

Cristobal. Canal Zone

"Her smile is sueetened by her

gravity."
Volleyball, 1, 3
Basketball, 1
Glee Club. 1

Freshman Dance Committee
Hall Duty, 4



Maurice Wayne Sherry. Jr.

"Corky"

Turley. Oklahoma
"W ho ever invented work
should have finished it."
Football, 4
All-Stars, 4
Pep Club. 1. 2



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Elizabeth Nell Morrison

"Betty Nell"

El Paso, Texas

"Of manners gentle, ol aj lections

mild."
Volleyball. 1
Basketball. 1. 2, 3
Softball, 1
Junior-Senior Banquet

Committee, 3
Talent Assembly, 2
Dance Committees, 2. 3, 4




Harold Smith

"Ecker"

Colon, Republic of Panama
"Content to live, this is m\ stun."
Varsity- Club. 4
Football, 1. 2, 3, 4
All-Stars. 1, 2. 3. 4
Basketball, 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3. 4
Baseball, 1. 2. 3, 4



Elizabeth Ann Munro

"Sis"

Clendale, California
"Behind cool blue eyes and

underneath blond larks.

lies irresistible charm."
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 1
C. M. F. Club, 2, 3, 4
Camera Club. 1. 2. 3. 4
Varsity Club. 3: President. 4
Volleyball. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 2. 3
Basketball. 1, 2. 3, 4
All-Stars. 2, 3. 4
Softball. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 3, 4
Swimming, 1. 4
Badminton. 4
Science Club. 1. 2, 3:

Vice-President. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 4
Pep Club, 1, 4
Glee Club. 1, 2
Orchestra. 2
Band. 2

Quill and Scroll. 4
Tradewind Staff, 4;
Business Manager
Caribbean Staff, 4;
Business Manager
Sophomore Talent Assembly
President's Cabinet, 4
Visitation Day, 3
"Jenny Kissed Me." 4
National Honor Society. 4





Robert Stern

"Berdo"

Baltimore, Maryland

"77ie man that blushes is not

quite a brute."
C-Club. .',. 1
Football. 1, 2. 3, 4
All-Stars, 2. 3, 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2. 3. 1
Basketball. 1. 2, 3. 4
All-Stars, 2, 3. 4
Track, 3, 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 1. 2
Orchestra. 1, 2




Diane Marie Nolin

Newport. Rhode Island
Glee Club. 1
Pep Squad. 1
Dramatic. 1




Richard Raymond
Toledano

"Bichie"

Panama. Republic of Panama

"Don't let study interfere

with Education."
Football. 1. 2. 4
All-Stars. 1
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 4
Track, 1. 2, 4
Glee Club. ]. 3




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Balbina Ostrowiak
"Bambie"

Colon, Republic of Panama
"Knowledge is the treasure.

But practice is the key to it.
Dramatic Club, 3, 4
C. M. F., 2. 3
National Honor Society, 4
Volleyball, 2, 3. 4
Basketball, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 2, 3, 4
Science Club, 3. 4
Glee Club, 4
Orchestra, 2, 3
Band, 3

Dramatic Club Committees, 3, 4
Chairman of Science Club
Committee, 4



Richard P. Trudeau
"Dick"

Webster, Mass.
"/ love work, I could sit
and look at it for HOURS.'
Water Polo, 3
Football, 4
Track, 3, 4
Basketball, 3

Pep Club, 4; Vice-President
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Arden D. Weaver
"Ardy"

Sterling, Illinois

" '77s impious in a good man

to be sad."
Football, 3
All-Stars, 3
Track, 4
Basketball, 4
Swimming, 1, 2, 3
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3





Marlene Nancy Peacock

"Pee W ee"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Man has his will,

but women have their nay."
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Sports, 1, 2. 3, 4
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Sophomore Dance Committee
Junior-Senior Prom Committee







Joan Ardelle Reed

"Limpy"

Bellingham, Washington

"She is little she is wise.

She's a terror lor her size."
Class President, 1
Future Teachers of America, 3;

Vice-President, 4
Softball, 2, 3
All-Stars, 2, 3
Volleyball, 1, 3, 4
All-Stars, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 3
Pep Club, 1
Glee Club, 1, 2
Ring Committee, 3
Talent Assembly, 2
Junior-Senior Prom Committee, 3



Mark White

Cristobal, Canal Zone

"Self trust is the first secret ot

success."
Class President, 2
Dramatic Club. 2, 3, 4
Thespians, 3; President, 4
Camera Club, 1, 2, 3; President, 4
Basketball, 1, 2
Football, 1, 2, 3
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3
Track, 3, 4
Science Club, 3, 4
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Hall Duty, 3

Sophomore Dance Committee, 2
Junior-Senior Prom Committee
Thanksgiving Assembly, 4
Senior Dance



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Maxima Rosales

"Maxie"

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Little I ask. my Hants are lew.

Volleyball. 2, 3, 4

Basketball. 2, 3. 4

Softball. 2. 3. 4




Robert M. Wilford. Jr.

"Boots"

Ancon, Canal Zone
"The best proof of
ability is action.''
C-Club, 1
Football. 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2. 3. 4
Softball. 1. 2. 3. 4
Track, 3

21 Club, 3; President. I
Student Council, 1, 3
Quill and Scroll, 4
Tradewind Staff, 3. 4
(Caribbean Staff, 3. 4
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3




Lesbia Helen Santos
"Lesbie"

Panama. Republic of Panama
"ffe feel in her presence
a deep tranquility."
Dramatic Club. 4
Library Assistant, 4



Harry Yohros

Brooklyn, New York
"Nothing can bring you
peace bat yourself."
Baseball, 1, 2, 4
Track. 1. 2. 3
Softball, 3
All-Stars, 3
Football, 1, 2
All-Stars, 2




Jacqulyn Madeline

schofield
"Jackie"

Baltimore, Maryland

"Of every noble work, the silent

part is best."
Dramatic Club, 2, 3
Basketball, 1. 2
Volleyball. 1
Softball, 1. 2
All-Stars. 2
Badminton, 4
Science Club, 1. 2, 3, 4
Orchestra. 1, 2, 3
Sophomore Dance Committee
Torrid Zone Wizards
Demonstration





Carolyn Jean Slater

Clinton. Iowa
"How far that little candle
throws its beam."
S. A. Secretary. 1
National Honor Society. 4
Camera Club. 1. 2:

Vice-President. 4
Softball, 2
Jr. Rifle Club. 3;

Secretary-Treasurer. 4
Glee Club, 1. 2
Guidance Play. 1
Quill and Scroll. 3. 4
Tradewind Staff, 3 4
Caribbean Staff, 3. 4
Sophomore Dance Committee
Junior-Senior Prom Committee
Thanksgiying Assembly, 4
Make-up Chairman. 4
Aqua Ballet, 2
Visitation Day Committee. 4




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Daisy Mae Thomason
"Dizzy"

Moselle. Mississippi
"Asking nothing, revealing
naught;
But minting her words, from a
tund of thought."
Volleyball. 4
Caribbean Staff, f
Tradewind Staff. 3, 4



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Stanley Maher

"Stan"

Cristobal. Canal Zone
"A man of cheerful yesterdays
and confident tomorrows."



Football. 1.
Track. 2
Basketball, 2.
Softball. 2
All-Star-. 2
Baseball. 4



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'"Whoever is jnremost leads the herd."



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Judy Jorstad and Mark White

"The tools to him who has the ability to handle them."



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Carolyn Slater and Bill Johnson
"I am wealthy in my friends."



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Dottie Engelbright and Carlton Croft

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

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Balbina Ostrowiak and Robert Janz

"Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability."



Francis Bacun



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Pat Casswell and Tommy Culpepper

"Although strength should fail, the effort will deserve praise."



Prupertius



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Dolores Dixon and Jerry Kane

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



John Milton



Host Mtanwrs




Joan Reed and Jack Baigelman

'Goof/ clothes open all doors.''



Best Dressed




Jean Anderson and Robert Wilford

"There are two kinds of beauty loveliness and dignity. We ought to regard loveliness
as the quality of woman, dignity that of man.'

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Elizabeth Munro and Bill Miller

'Aloni( with success comes a reputation jor wisdom"



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"Mr. and Miss C.H.S"

Jldy and Bill





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The Sophomore class racked up
their second brawl victory by de-
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Students* Association

The multitudinous activities of the Student*" As-
sociation add that certain touch to an otherwise
academic pattern of life at C.H.S. This vital organ-
ization has for its members nearly the entire student
licid\ which elects a Student Council consisting of
four officers and one representative from each home-
room. At the controls this year was Mary Jo I ""back
the school" I MacSparran. President, and sharing
her duties was Vice President Dick ("that ole coke
machine" I Sullivan. Carol) n Slater fulfilled the
"you can t imagine how many" duties of S.A.
Secretary and Bill ("I hate money"! Bingham
served as S.A. Treasurer. Always ready with a
gentle push in the right direction were Mr. Russell
Johns, activities sponsor, and Mr. Ray Brians,
financial sponsor.

The purpose of the Students' Association pro-
motes unit) among the student body by sponsoring
extra-curricular activities. Meetings are held the
first and third W ednesdays of each month. Through




the purchase of membership tickets the students
receive the Trade Wind. Caribbean, and admission
to school dances, plays, and athletic contests. The
S.A. also buvs the sports and music awards. The
Council started the year off with an assembly.
Freshman-Sophomore Brawl, and dance on the open-
ing day of school. All school activities are spon-
sored by the S.A. It is regarded as "Big Business"
since all funds to carry on all school activities must
pass through its channels.



STUD E XT r I N C I L

Back: Mr. Johns, Paul Whitlock, Judy Jorstad, Carolyn Slater. Elinor Donahue. Fran^cisco Wong
Front: Frames Geri. Tommy Jordan. Karen Stroop, Bill Hill. Carl Pinto. Mary Jo MacSparran.
Joanne Steiner. Nancy Karisrer



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Music, an emotional outlet for many people, and
the essence of enjoyment for others, has its place in
Cristobal High School's system under the super-
vision of Mr. 0. E. Jorstad. The senior high depart-
ment is broken up into three parts: the orchestra,
band, and glee club.

The band and orchestra contribute the right finish-
ing note to assemblies, plays, and talent night. The
band plays at inter-school games, adding pep and
fight to the cheering section and team.



Ml three groups have their biggest showings in
the Christmas pageant, the Easter concert, and the
music festival. There, the accumulation of a year's
practice, work, and cooperation is presented to
patrons and friends of Cristobal High School.



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The Caribbean Chapter of the National
Art Society is the first chapter outside of
the continental United States. The charter
was granted in May of 1948.

To become a member one must primarih
have a talent and an in art. But before he
can men be considered for membership a
student must have at least a "C" average in
all other subjects and a "B" or better in
art. He must display ten pieces of original



work made in three different mediums.
This "one-man show" must be approved by
three competent judges.

The charter members are Lee \an Siclen.
Class of '48, and Nancy Donaldson. Class of
'49, who instated Carolvn Tobin. Sandra
Hammond. Andrew Lim. and Florence
Christian last year. The present members
are Sandra Hammond. Rita Fisher. Andrew
Lim and one new member. Rolando \ illalaz.
and the sponsor. Miss Mary Worrell.





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The National Honor Society represents
the intelligentsia of Cristobal High School.
The main requirement for entrance is
Scholarship. A candidate must also meet
the standards of Character, Leadership, and
Service.

The idea was founded in Chicago by Dr.
William B. Owen and a group of five girls.
From the development of independent local



organizations the present National Honor
Society came into being. The Caribbean
Chapter of the Honor Society received its
charter in 1942.

Present members are Bill Miller, presi-
dent; Balbina Ostrowiak. secretary, and
Carolyn Slater. Elizabeth Munro. Judy Jor-
stad. Bob Janz. The sponsor of the group

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The Cristobal High School Chapter of the National Quill and
Scroll was organized in 1945.

The purpose of this scribblers' club is to raise the standards
of high school journalism and to stimulate interest in journalistic
endeavors.

Students who write for this publication and prove themselves
scholasticallv superior, are invited to become members of the
"Quill and Scroll."

Seven new members were initiated into the organization this
year. The officers for the vear are President. Elinor Donahue:
Vice President. Bob Wilford: Secretary. Carolyn Slater. The mem-
bers of the chapter are Carolyn Slater. Jean Anderson. Jud\

>ld. Mary Jo MacSparran.
irk White, and sponsor.




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ilk Elizabeth Munro. Bob Wilford. Mar

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S. Hammond. N. Holgerson. Miss Anderson. L. Dough. J. Reed. R. Fisher. N. Ramsey. J.

Steiner



F. T. A.



The Future Teachers of America is an organiza-
tion born just last school year. 1948-1949. The
challenge of the F. T. A. is to acquaint each mem-
ber with a beginner's knowledge of the principles
of teaching, and an introduction to child psychology.
Various events that make up the activities from time
to time are lectures from interested teachers with
valuable experience concerning teaching. This vear's
project also includes the study of extra-curricular
activities specializing in the field of sports.



For the first time the F. T. A. picture graces a
page in "'The Caribbean." F. T. A. members are
Joanne Steiner. Joan Reed. Sandra Hammond. Rita
Fisher. Ellice Simmonds, Leneve Dough. Nancv
Ramsey, and Nellie Holgerson. Miss Anderson is
sponsor.

An inovation of this year was a specially con-
ducted tour of Panama City. The girls met President
Arias and were guests at his palace.




This year's officers are pictured to the left.
From left to right: Sandra Hammond, Secretar)
Joan Steiner, President: and Joan Reed,
Vice-president.






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Dramatic Club

The dramatic club, under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Worrell,
is one of the most active organizations in the school. Its members
take part in the production of plays in many capacities, ranging from
acting and directing to makeup and properties. The only member-
ship requirement is a sincere interest in dramatics.




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The National Thespian Society is the honor
organization of high school dramatics. One is
allowed to enter this organization only after hav-
ing distinguished himself in some phase or. pre-
ferably, phases of dramatics. It is. therefore, quite
a select organization.

This group is directly responsible for the ad-
ministration of all Thespian productions and.
while much of the actual work on plays is done
by Dramatic Club members who hope to attain
Thespian membership, the Thespians are the
leaders, the "Old troupers." who know what's to
be done and how to do it.

The capable sponsor of this group is Miss
Eleanor Farstveet. director of the successful
"Jenny Kissed Me."



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The Cast




".IENNY KISSED ME*'

The auditorium was the scene of beehive-like activity during
November as the Thespians strove mightily to produce the three act
comedy '"Jenny Kissed Me." The play was directed by Thespian
sponsor. Eleanor Farstveet. and most of the production committees
were headed by Thespians.

It goes without saving that the play was a success and credit for
this must be divided between the capable actors who appear above.
The ever-present production staff (below), and Miss Farstveet. whom
you see at left in the throes of direction.

ll must be added in the interest of further dramatic activities at
C.H.S. that a good time was had bv all.



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As essential to the students of C.H.S. as the teach-
ers themselves the library is an accurate index of the
world's knowledge. Here, many a student has
gleaned some of those precious particles of learning
that mean the difference between a good grade or
a failure or. more important, has gained some bit of
erudition that will aid him later in life.



Situated on the upper floor of the north side of
the building facing the Caribbean the library can
be counted to be the coolest spot in the building.
Always quiet and serene it is conductive to study.

The driving force behind the library is Miss
Jeanne Brown and her capable staff of assistants to
whom are due many thanks for their work well done.



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Carolyn Slater




The Camera Club



Treasurer
KlETH MOUMBLOW




Secretary
Betty Flenniken



Mango season came and went, the school meandered ahead as usual,
and the shutter hounds of C.H.S. snapped merrily along. Led by presi-
dent Mark White and Mr. Carl Maedl. sponsor of the club, this group
spent much of their spare time taking, developing, and printing pictures.











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The Torrid Zone Wizards, being affiliated
with the Science Clubs of America, has been
a part of Cristobal High School since 1942.
when it was organized bv Mr. Carl F. Maedl.
Mr. Ravburn Brians took over the sponsor-
ship of the club in 1948. The members in
the club are chosen from all the science
classes on the basis of scholarship and
active interest.

The new members of the club include
Albert Attia. Jerrald Daugherty. Sandra



Hammond. Nellie Holgerson. Robert Janz.
Keith Moumblow, Jack Randall. Jacqueline
Schofield, Joanne Steiner. and Ardis



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ship of President William Miller. Vice-
President Elizabeth Munro. and Secretan
Treasurer Jacqueline Bovle. The old mem-
bers include Balbina Ostrowiak. Raymond
Pinto. Henrv Wachtel, and Mark White.



Front Row: Ardis Willouphln Jacquie Boyle. Bill Miller. Sis Munro. Nellie Holgerson, Robert Janz
Back Row: Joanne Steiner. Ray Pinto. Henry Watchtel, Keith Moumblow. Jack Randall. Albert Attia




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Second Row: F. Wong, Secretary. J. Randall, B. Bailey. K. Monmblow. B. Knott. R. Janz. R. Cranberry.
First Row: B. Wilford, President. R. Pinto. R. Barker. C. Pinto. I. Ostrowiak. H. Compton. J. Doyle.



Club Aim



The Cristobal High School "21" Club consists of
21 male members, each representing one of the 21
Latin American Republics. The club is sponsored
by the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club in the interests
of Fan-Americanism. Meetings are held on the first
and third Tuesday of each month. Guest speakers



are invited from time to time to talk on various
Latin American Republics. Each member prepares
an 800 to 1500 word essay which a special Rotarv
Club committee reads and criticizes. A coveted prize
is awarded for the best composition. The club
faculty sponsor is Charles Wallace.



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"Pep"" and lots of it. That's about all that could describe Cristobal's
lively cheerleaders. Their classy blue and gold uniforms have been out-
standing at every game.

These lassies are Dolores Dixon. Donnie Gilder. Pat Geddes. Daisy Dixon.
Shiela Guthrie, and Shirley Trudeau.

Cristobal's newly organized Pep Club aided the cheerleaders in boosting
the morale of their players. Bright yellow sweaters with blue and gold em-
blems and blue skirts was the costume donned by the club whose hearty
cheers rang loud and long throughout the grand-stands. Pep Club officers
were President. Helen Kissam: Vice-President. Dick Trudeau. and Secretarv-
Treasurer. Karen Saum.

Also an added attraction this year was Sophomore. Majorette. Dorothy
Ellis, who led the cheerleaders and High School Band.





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The Junior Rifle Club of C.H.S. was founded in
1917. having 48 charter members. It is one of the
biggest and most active Clubs in the school with
69 members.

Construction and improvements are steadily being
made b\ the instructor and sponsor. Mr. Gibson,
the assistant instructor. Mr. Brians, with the help of
the members, and other interested patrons.

The club is a member of the Gallery League, com-
peting in the American Legion shoots. Postal
Matches, and Intramural shoots.

Members finishing "Expert" are Eddie Coe.
Phyllis Eisher. Bob Gibson, and Neyle Theriault.
The high shooters for 1949-50 as of December 20
are Neyle Theriault. John Droste. Rav Pinto. Bob
Bailey. John Fahnestock, Joyce Hawthorne, John










Fisher. Bill Bingham. Vernon Bryant. Cody Staples,
and Bill Knott.

The first term officers were President. Eddie Coe;
Vice-President. Dick Sullivan: Secretary -Treasurer.
Carolyn Slater, and the Executive Officer. Bill
Bingham. At mid-term the club reorganized and the
new officers are President. John Fahnestock: Vice-
President. Bob Bailey: Executive Officer. Judy
Jorstad: and Carolyn Slater retained her former
office.

For the first time in the history of the Cristobal
Junior Rifle Club a Varsity Team was chosen and
emblems were ordered from the States. Another
first timer is a student assistant instructor course
attended by Carolyn Slater. Joyce Hawthorne. Judy
Jorstad. Elizabeth Munro. Dave Redmond, and Bill
Bingham.




V;irsiiv Football < oronaiion




Back Roil-: Bill Johnson. Elinor Donahue (Queen), Robert Kariger
(Football captain), anrl Jerry Kane.

Front Row: John Irvine, Daisy Dixon. Donnie Gilder, Jimmy Paluinho. (crown
bearer). Dolores Dixon. Carolyn Slater, and Dick Sullivan.



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The Cristobal High School Tigers this year cul-
minated the football season with a record of no wins
and four losses when a powerful Balboa eleven went
through an undefeated and untied football season.
The main event this year, however, was the debut of
tackle football in the Canal Zone. This new event
captivated the large crowds which gathered at the
games to see a real rough football game in action.

Coach Palumbo lost his first inter-scholastic foot-
ball title since his arrival at Cristobal High School.
having won five consecutive ones. He again dis-
plaved his coaching ability which rates him the dis-
tinction of being one of the best coaches in the Canal



Zone. His success lies in introducing young inex-
perienced boys into the realm of sports and pro-
moting their acquisition of athletic skill.

The outstanding backfield men this year were
Arnold Manning. John Davis (selected on Canal
Zone All Star Team I and Dick Sassara I who scored
the only six points for Cristobal in the season I
Linemen who excelled included "Stumpy" Johnson
(honorary captain of the squad, and another candi-
date in the Canal Zone All Star team), Pete
Johnson. Eddie Smith. Bob Kariger. Coolie Cul-
pepper, and Jerry Daugherty.




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Hark Row, Left to Right: B. Johnson, Kariger, Johnston, Lopez, Shore, H. Smith. Davis, Bryant, Taylor.

Center Row. Left to Right: G. Daugherty, Lyndon, Miller. Irvine. Kane, Blackburn. P. Johnson. D. Daugh-
erty, Culpepper. Jordan.

Front Row, Lett to Right: E. Smith, Kulirt. Bailey. Whitlock, Zimmerman, Salter. Manning. J. Sullivan, Grace.
Absent From Picture: D. Sullivan, C. Ibanez, W. Harrell. B. May, D. Sassara. E. Bringas. Stern, Mclaughlin.
R. Aycock.



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JUNIOR COLLEGE 13

BALBOA HIGH 19

JUNIOR COLLEGE 24

BALBOA HIGH 7



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were furnished by the four teams which composed
the intramural league. The season started with the
following four teams: UCLA captained by Bob
Haywood, Michigan by Bob Wilford, Notre Dame bv
Maher. and Northwestern by Bill Hill. Notre Dame,
because of lack of players, was eliminated from the
second half with many of its players being absorbed
bv the other three teams.









UCLA

Bob Haywood, diminutive cap-
tain of his eleven, sparked his club
to a successful season by winning
the first half and defeating the
second half champs. Northwestern,
in the final play-off for the cham-
pionship. The outstanding players
for UCLA were Haywood. Toled-
ano. Bagby. Trudeau. and Engelke.
This team showed a lot of team
work and team spirit in copping
the intramural championship for
the year 1949-1950.



NORTHWESTERN

Ending the first half in the
cellar. Bill Hills Northwesterners
ran rough shod over all its op-
ponents during the second half and
annexed it with a good record of
four wins and one loss. However,
thev were defeated by the first half
champs. UCLA, in a thrilling game.
The outstanding men of this ball
club were Hill. Ducruet. Maher.
and Stevenson.



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MICHIGAN

Bob Wilford's Michigan were
always in the thick of the battle.
Having many voung inexperienced
boys this team showed a lot of
sportsmanship on the playing field.
The stars of this team were Rosania
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in girls* sports and to promote good sportsmanship.

Invitations to enter the club are extended to those
girls who make two of the All-Star learns in one year,
or who are among the ten highest in the point
system.

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pool followed by a slumber party at the Trefoil
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dent; Patricia Geddes. Vice-President, and Dorrit
Archbold. Secretary -Treasurer.

The members include Patricia Casswell. Judith
Jorstad. Helen Kissam. Elizabeth Munro. Man Jo
MacSparran. Patricia Geddes. and Dorrit Archbold.
The new members just entering this year include:
Jacqueline Boyle. Jane Compton. Leneve Dough,
Dorothy Ellis. Nellie Holgerson. Nancy Ramsey.
Joanne Keccia. and Joanne Steiner.




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The boys "C" Club is an organization of the top
athletes of C. H. S. To be eligible in this club one must
make two all-stars teams and qualify in both or make
three all-stars and qualify in one. Seven boys passed the
requirements tins year and were initiated in the club dur-
ing the month of December. 1949. The new members
initiated were Arnold Manning. Pete Johnson. Ed Bringas.
Eddie Smith. Dick Sullivan. Jerrald Daughertv. and Bill
Miller.

The club also helped to officiate Intramural Football
games and the annual Intra-school Track meet. The "C"
Club is under the presidency of Bob Kariger, the vice-
president is Carl Simons, and the secretary-treasurer is
'"Coolie"' Culpepper. The old members include Stumpy
Johnson. Jem Kane. Billy Blackburn, and John Davis,
and is sponsored b\ Coach Luke Palumbo.



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Won 6 Lost

Left to right, front row:

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Geddes, and Shirley Trudeau.

Back row:

Mary Simonsson, Jackie Boyle, Vilma Sasso, Car-
men Ramirez, Leneve Dough and Pat Cass-
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Lett to right, front row:

Ann Thomas. Sonia Ramirez and Grace Restrepo.

Middle row:

Dorrit Archbold, Eulalia Gnardia. Paula Dovel and

Dora Weich.
Back row:
Joan Reed Captain, Mary White, Ginnette Wach-

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Won I Lost 2

Left to right, front row:

Lois Scheidegg, Karen Stroop. Joanne Reccia

Captain, Margaret Gomila. Sonia Weich and

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Margarita Barcenas. Nidia Oliver. Elsa Fernandez.

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Carol Harvey, Pat Rudge, Elizabeth Munro, Nellie
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Hark row:

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Hilda Ferreria, Helen Kissam. and Joanne Steiner.

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Denis Alcock His ability to come to school on time to Vilma Sasso.

Jean Anderson Her natural beauty to Sheila Guthrie.

Dorrit ARCHBOLD Her large gold earrings to any pair of ears capable of supporting 1 1,

Jack Baigelman His aggressiveness to anybody in need.

Robert Barker His shy friendliness to Carmen Ramirez.

Bill Bingham His Don Juan reputation to Eddie Smith.

Ileana Brooks Her Pepsodent smile to Inez Loue.

Pat Casswell Her"shortie" hair-do to Mrs. Smith.

George Champacne His quiet mannerliness to Victor Mizrachi.

Carlton Croft His close association with Miss Patterson to am unlucky Junior.

Tommy Culpepper His manipulation of women to Pete Johnson.

Jerrald Daugherty His vim, vigor, and vitality to Sandy Hammond.

Yolanda VAN DER Dljs Her typing ability to Cits Villalaz.

Daisy Dixon Her beauty-parlor locker to Gloria Hall.

Dolores Dixon Her cheer-leader's uniform to Helen Kissam.

Elinor Donahue Her place in all future "cat" sessions to Pat Cables (sorrowfully).

Paula Dovel ..Her piccolo to Bill Blackburn.

Betty Ebuenga Her jet-black hair to Joan Reilly.

Dorothy Englebright Her long hair to Carol Harvey.

Mary Fisher Her Medic's Degree to Albert Atria.

"Tudy" Fox Her love for California to Dick Sassara.

Loraine Frankel Her "gams" to Rita Fisher.

Donnie Gilder Her scissors for cutting hair short-short to Jane Compton.

Joyce Hawthorne Her excess ammunition to Gayle Rose.

Billy Hill His place as God's gift to women to Leo Turner.

Carlos Ibanez His winning way with women to Henry Wachtel.

Mary Irving Her towering height to Mary Louise Simonson.

John Irvine "/ won't leave a will, I'll take her with me D.M.D."

Robert Janz His "Intelligence Quotient" to Paul Engelke.

"Stumpy" Johnson His height to John Allgaier.

Eileen Jones Her flame-colored hair to Frances Wong.

Judy Jorstad Her maidenly blushes to Letticiu Hellwig.

Jerry Kane His dancing feet to Dan Nellis.

Robert Kariger His knight's place at \Iiss Liter's Round Table to Jimmy Ramsey.

Mary Lamurey Her secretarial position in Glee Club to Frances Geri.

Paul Lyndon His ability to sight read music to Tommy .Ionian.

Mary Jo MacSparran Her "grin" to Joanne Reccia.

Stanley" Maher His cultured laugh to Beverly Madison.

Ralph Malcolm His high school stretch to Jimmy Nellis.

Jeannette Marquard Her co-operative spirit to Bobbie Sievers.

Edward McIlvaine His dry wit to Carl Simons.

Bill Miller ..His ability to ad-lib to John Davis.

Betty Nell Morrison Her Irish temperament to Nancy Kaufer.

Elizabeth Munro Her secret peroxide formula to Colleta Sliebritz.

Diane Nolan Her shorthand book to her sister. Joan.

Balbina Ostrowiak Her "nimble fingers" to Joanne Steiner.

Marlene Peacock Her place as one of the best sopranos in Chorus to Rita Howard.

Joan Reed Her wardrobe to Dorothy Ellis.

Jim Roddy His "latest catch" to Jimmie Sullivan.

Maxima Rosales Her "get-up and go" spirit to Helen II kite.

Claudio Rosania His curly hair to Edward Stevenson.

Lesbia Santos ..Her weight (90 lbs.) to Hilda Ferrera.

Jackie Schofield Her magic violin to Andrew Lim.

Maurice Sherry Just leaves (he hopes! ).

Carolyn Slater All her Latin II notes to Ardis W illoughby.

Harold Smith His blonde curly hair to Mr. Beck.

Robert Sterns Miss Liter and English 12 to Dickie Axcock.

Lourdes Teano Her office as Secretary of the Senior class to Elvia Ramirez.

Mae Thomason Her subtle remarks to Beverly Lindstrom.

Richard Toledano His whistle to Frank Holgerson.

Dick Trudeau His wise cracks to Anna Fisher.

Arden Weaver His baritone voice to Bobby Haywood.

Mark White His camera and dark room to Betty Flenniken.

Robert Wilford His business enterprise to John Townshend.

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The vear is 1960 and Professor P. Beck, after
thirteen long years as principal of Cristobal High
School, has just returned from a cruise to South
America. He enters his cozy, corner-office which
has recently been air-conditioned and starts puffing
on his newly acquired pipe. "Pablo." as he is fondh
labeled by students and alumni alike, tells his friends
that he thinks a pipe looks more dignified with his
grey hair and bifocal glasses. Piles of mail have
accumulated during his absence, so he digs in.

He grabs a New York newspaper. Several articles
have been circled with a red pencil. "Can you
imagine that? George Champagne, a renowned engi-
neer, is contemplating draining Lake Erie. I wonder
what he will do with the water? . What's this?
"True blonds being such a scarcity these days, Eliza-
beth Munro's golden tresses have won her world-
wide fame for use in Toni demonstrations.' .
Marlene Peacock, her voice having changed, has
become a torch singer in the Stork Club. . Over
here on the sports page is another article that is
circled . 'Fans Scream For Culpepper.' Coolie
has become one of the most popular pitchers in big
league baseball . Even New York recognizes the
Class of '50. . Here's another. "Cooking Classes
Commence At Boys" High." Robert Barker is teach-
ing the little boys how to cook in case they marry
C.H.S. girls when they grow up.

"I see there are several applications for teaching
positions. I'll just glance over them now. "... and
just in case you ever decide to have a class in riflerv.
I hope that you will consider me as a potential
teacher. My heart is in my music, but I would be a
faithful instructor." Signed. Judy Jorstad. .
Horrors! They want MY job! Here is a letter from
Carlton Croft who has earned his Ph.D. in ten vears
by acceleration and he is applying for the principal-
ship. Mmmmmm. this younger generation."'

"Hmmmm. a letter from Miss Liter! She has been
retired only two years and is living in the hills of
West Virginnie. Wonder what news she has from
that neck of the woods. She says that Mary Irving
has established a private girls' school. It is quite
exclusive; only girls who have never heard of the
Canal Zone may enroll. . Daisy Dixon has retired
from Broadway and has consented to teach dramatics
in Mary's school. . Richard Toledano is a corpo-
ration lawyer in Wheeling. . Paula Dovel has
achieved her life-long ambition: she is the leader of



a drum and bugle corps in a small country school."

Mr. Beck is such a busy man these days that he
has to have an assistant to assist his regular assist-
ant. Bev, in the office. She is none other than
Yolanda Van Der Dijs. who completed the Gregg
Secretarial Course with high honors. Another new,
but familiar, face on the faculty is Dorrit Archbold.
girls' physical education assistant. All of the teach-
ers listen to Maurice Sherry's hill-billy program
every morning on the Sunrise Salute. At least they
tell Maurice they do.

Just as Mr. Beck is reaching for another news-
paper, in walk Carolyn Slater and Mark White.
They are on their way to the Pier and just stopped
in to say "hello" and to look around the old Alma
Mater. They are working for National Geographic
Magazine and are covering the Arctic Expedition
which is being headed by Admiral Bill Miller. Caro-
lyn will do the writing and Mark the photography.
Bill is going to steer the ship. Mark saw Joan Reed
the last time he was in Cleveland. She has started
up a new business and is looking for a model for her
original dress creations. Joan mentioned that Dick
Trudeau is modeling Arrow shirts for Esquire Maga-
zine. Jackie Schofield had just been awarded first
prize in a nation-wide contest for designing sailboats.

After that interruption. Mr. Beck resumes his
reading. The Calijornia Herald . wonder if any-
one I know is in the Golden State? Marv Lamurey
has taken over her father's band and is quite the
rage in Hollywood. . Diane Nolin does a roller-
skating specialty at Loew's. . Jack Baigelman has
hit upon the idea of dyeing gunnie sacks bright colors
so the pigs who get their feed from them will have
a brighter outlook on life. . Lura Fox has opened
a dude ranch in Japatal Valley just outside of San
Diego. ... I wonder if any of our athletes made
their mark in the world in California? Would you
look at that now? 'Kane and Johnson Co-Coaches
of U.C.L.A. Football Team." Wonder if Coach
Palumbo has seen this?"

Just then in saunters Bill Hill. "Hi. Mr. Beck. Just
dropped in to check the fire extinguishers. 1 finally
worked my way up to Chief Fire Inspector for the
Panama Canal. Incidentally, did you hear that
Stanley Maher has opened up the first filling station
on the new highway through the Sahara Desert. He
has hired Balbina Ostrowiak as interpreter. .
Robert Janz has been appointed American Am-



bassador to England and England is sending over
Denis Alcock to be her Ambassador to the U. S. .
Well, so long Pablo. Ell be seeing you every month
when we have those scheduled fire drills. Here's a
pamphlet in which you might be interested. It tells
about all of the new books which have been pub-
lished in the past few months."

"Me interested in books. Oh. well. I'll take a
gander at it anyway. Can you beat that. Robert
Stern has written a book on his fishing experiences
on the Chagres River. It is entitled. 'The Fish and I."
. . Betty Nell Morrison is the popular author of
'How To Hold Your Temper and Keep Cheerful At
All Times.' . Dottie Englebright has collected all
of the jokes ever written about school and compiled
them into a pocket edition. That ought to go over
big with the little kiddies."

"Here's a letter postmarked Chicago from Donnie
Gilder. Often wondered where she was. She and
Dolores Dixon have opened a travel bureau and are
giving first hand information on Panama . Quite
a few members of the Class of '50 are in the Windy
City. Elinor Donahue and Jean Anderson are con-
testants for the title of Miss Universe at the Inter-
national Beauty Pageant. . Mary Jo MacSparran
was chosen to represent the USA at the Olympics.
She recently took up ski-jumping and 'caught on
quickly' according to the press reports. . Bob
Ranger has signed a ten year contract as Bulldozer
Operator in Arabia. That ought to be interesting
work. . Maxima Rosales has been offered the
position of governess for some of the Vanderbilt
children in New York but she hates to leave Chicago.
. . Bob Wilford has installed his gum-ball machines
in every class room in the Mid-West. . Eileen
Jones has taken over the management of the Stevens
Hotel and has hired Ed Mcllvaine as night clerk.
Donnie certainly writes a newsy letter."

"Hmmm. an official letter. The Governor of the
Panama Canal. Paul Lyndon, would like to have
my presence at a banquet to be given in honor of
Doctor Ralph Malcolm and Professor Arden Weaver
who have recently discovered a perfect cure for hic-
coughs. Of course their solution is still a deep, dark
secret to the general public. Maybe if I got the hic-
coughs at the party Ralph or Arden could produce
a sure cure. I wonder if the Mayor of Colon. Claudio
Rosania. will be there?"

"I see that I have received an advertisement from
Carlos Ibanez. He is selling Buicks for Smoot-
Hunnicutt."



"Now for some of the local mail. Here's a copy
of the good ole' Panama American. Someone said
that Lesbia Santos is writing free lance for it now.
... I see Pat Casswell has been appointed official
hostess for greeting and entertaining visiting mid-
shipmen. . My. a picture of Jim Roddy. He caught
a 62 lb. snook; the largest ever landed. . Harry
Yohros has opened a store in Panama City which is
a branch of the chain in Colon. . Ileana Brooks
and Mary Fisher are teaching in the University of
Panama. Ileana is a sewing teacher and Mary is
giving violin lessons. . Lourdes Teano is returning
to her native home in the Philippine Islands to help
with the educational program there."

There is a polite knock at the door. It is Joyce
Hawthorne, the only married lady in the class. She
greets Mr. Beck and he replies, "I've just been read-
ing about some of your classmates. I saw Jerrald
Daughtery while I was in South America. He was
touring the country exhibiting his prize winning
collection of pipes. Do you know where any of the
rest of your old gang are. Joyce?"

"1 saw quite a few of them while I was in Salt
Lake City this summer. John Irvine looked utterly
beautiful in his uniform. He is conducting tours
around Bryce Canyon. . Loraine Frankel has
opened up a Witte-knitte Shoppe and is doing quite
well. . Jerry Dare has accepted a job painting
posters for the Barnum and Bailey Circus. . The
only other one I saw was Mae Thomason and she was
a photographer's assistant for a man who tours the
country taking Hall of Fame shots for high school
annuals. ... 1 have to rush over to the clubby and
eat now. Jeannette Marquard is the chief dietitian
for all of the clubhouses now and you'd be surprised
at the improvement in the food. Well. I'll be seeing
\ nil."

"Here's the latest Commissary circular. Can you
imagine that. Harold Smith i.-. supplying the commv
with dairy products from his farm. He has a pure-
bred stock farm in Colombia. . Betty Ebuenga has
been given a contract for purchasing Mexican
blouses for the commy."

"Hello, Bill Bingham! Glad to see you are on
hand for our prospective planning of the S.A. Budget.
Your advice over the past ten years has been very
valuable. See you tomorrow at ten."

Refilling his pipe. Professor P. Beck relaxed a
moment. "Those kids! They were such a headache,
but I miss them and I still do."






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The Staff

The 1950 Caribbean Staff bids all adieu. It is our
sincere wish that you enjoy, this, our "1950 Caribbean."

We want to thank the Camera Club, and all the
students who turned in pictures for the year book. We are
grateful for the patience exhibited throughout the pro-
longed orgy of picture taking.

We wish to express our appreciation to Mr. Bailev.
Mr. Hanna, Allison Studios. Finlayson's Studios, Sosa"s
Studios. Crafto Cover Co. of Chicago. Illinois, the South-
ern Engraving Co.. and the St. Petersburg Printing Co..
both of St. Petersburg, Florida.

We have onl) orchids for our generous patrons
whose names appear on the remaining pages of this book.
Again we sav Adieu.



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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00036
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1950
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00093680:00036

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Page 1
        Page 1a
        Page 2
        Page 2a
    Title Page
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Dedication
        Page 5
    Faculty
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Seniors
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
    Juniors
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Sophomores
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
    Freshmen
        Page 45
        Page 46
    Clubs
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
    Sports
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
    Closing
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
    Advertising
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
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        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
        Page 111
    Back Matter
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
    Back Cover
        Page 115
        Page 116
Full Text



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CRISTOBAL HIGH

SCHOOL e6i4l,


Ga#tal 04ae


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Co-Editors CAROLYN SLATER and JUDY JORSTAD


The Staff
(Who have been your slaves)


JEAN ANDERSON
DORRIT ARCHBOLD
PATRICIA CASSWELL
DAISY DIXON
ELINOR DONAHUE
JOYCE HAWTHORNE
CARLOS IBANEZ
EILEEN JONES
JUDITH JORSTAD
ROBERT KARIGER
MARY Jo MACSPARRAN
ELIZABETH MUNRO
CAROLYN SLATER
MAE THOMASON
MARK WHITE
ROBERT WILFORD


Sponsor DOROTHY HUFFMAN SMITH


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Man of the Year


W e D ediet ate this annual to Mr. Rayburn Brians whose winning
personality and unselfish labor in school activities
have long made him a favorite among faculty and
students.


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MR. PAUL BECK
A.B., Findlay College
M. A., University of Michigan
Graduate work in Columbia
University and University of
Wisconsin


"Hi! Skinny!"


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Miss BEVERLY RUOFF, Secretary
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Grad ,,iI ., h~~!..iIf..i
fli\ersity of Chicag, College
U.S.. Kansas State 'eaclier-
F ..Colleger


Ci \'hM. RAYBURN BRINGS
J'hi-sics Vathtnt~ieou,t
( henzistr
Science Club Sponsor
S B.S. University of Idahio
\I.S., Inivjersity of Idalho Miss ADAMARX ANDERSON
U. S. Historic Girls' Couns.elor
Amen ricon Problems
Assistant Sponsor. Junior (aluss
B.A.. Florida State College
-.r l M \I.A.. 1niver;Itv of Michigan































COACH KENNETH DEITH
Physical Education
A.B.. IUniversity of Rutger-


MR. PAUL EVANCOE
English 9, 10
Freshman Class Sponsor
A.B., Lebanon Valley
M.A.. Duke University
Further study in Duke University


MR. NOEL GIBSON
Metal Shop, Mechanical Drawing
Rifle Club Sponsor
B.S., Bradley University


MR. CLYDE FLOWERS
Algebra, Geometry
Trigonometry, Boys' Counselor
A.B., John B. Stetson
M.A., John B. Stetson
Further study in
University of Florida



MR. OSWALD JORSTAD
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music
B.A., Concordia College
Moorhead. Minnesota
B.M., Concordia Conservatory of
Music
M.A., University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Michigan


MR. RUSSELL S. JOHNS
Spanish, French
S.A. Sponsor
B.A., Mississippi Southern College
Jackson, Mississippi
M.A., University of Texas
Further study at University of
Texas and in Mexico City


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Miss BESS LITER
English 11. 12
Junior Class Sponsor
Randolph Macon
Women' College
B.A.. West Virginia
University
M.A.. WeSt Virginia
University
Candidate for Ph.D. at
New 1 ork lini\erity


M\lss VIRGINIA KEENAN
Physical Education
Girls' IVarsit) Sponsor
C. Z. Junior College
B. \.. Colorado State Collear


MR. CARL F. MAEDL
General Science. P '... Senior Sponsor.
C(,amrera L.l, Sp onsor
II.E.. State Teacher-' (..i.
Moorhead, Minnesota
\M.A., (olumbia University
New York City
Graduate work at I nivert itv of Minne-ota


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Fiirther study in Lnixver.sty
of California


COACH GERHARD LUST
'h sical EduIation
B.S.. Ithaea College
New ork


Miss \ ERA MILLERR
Latin
A.B., E\ansville College


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IN-Il. BUEL~ C. ROBINur\ION
Algebrao. Platie 6tonitift

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MR. CHARLES WALLACE
Spanish 9
21 Club Sponsor
B.A., Daniel Baker College
M.A., University of Texas
Further study in University of Chicago. Uni-
versidad Nacional de Mejico, and Royal Insti-
tution, Montreal, Canada.


MIss MARY WORRELL
Art, English 9
Dramatic Club Sponsor
National Art Honor
Society Sponsor
B.S., University of Missouri
M.S., Northwestern University


\Ili,. oiOROTHIl SMITH
Journalism
Quill and Scroll Sponsor
\.H.. Ohio Northern University
\I.A.. Denver Univeriity
Further study in
Columbia Universily

























CARL F. MAEDL
Man of the Hour


The History of the Class of 1950


Members of the class of 1950 were ear-
marked from their birth with the stamp of Fate.
Hailing from the four corners of the earth and
points unknown, they were drawn, as to a mag-
net, to Cristobal High School where they were
to graduate. The class, through the years, lost
old members and gained new ones, but those
who were touched by the hand of Destiny were
the ones to remain, and pass that milestone of
life together.
The class went its normal course, morale
and work changing with the barometer. Spon-
sors Evancoe, Anderson, Liter, and Maedl
worked with the group in successive years to
plan activities and entertainment. Outstand-
ing events were: Freshman dance, Sophomore
assembly, Junior-Senior banquet and prom,
and the Senior dance and assembly.
Twelve


Midterm of the class' sophomore year
brought a shift in the principal's office from
Mr. Ted Hotz to Mr. Paul Beck. Another
change occurred during the Senior year when
a six-period day was inaugurated. In the span
of four years during which the class occupied
Cristobal halls, few other changes were made
among the faculty or on the premises.
Cristobal High School, as it is today, reached
a state of completion in 1933; the class of
1934 being the first to graduate from the new
building. The years have passed since then
with classes increasing in size. The class of
1950 marks another page in this brief history.
Its members will pass into the adult world
where they will either create their own anonym-
ity or carve their names in the annals of time.






























ROBERT KARIGER President
"Flip"
Cristobal. Canal Zone
"My wealth is health and
perfect ease."
Senior Class President
C-Club. Vice-President. 3;
President. 4
Football. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Star-, 1. 3, 4
Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 1
All-Stars. 2. 3. 4
Baseball. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 2. 3. 4
Softball. 1
All-Stars, 1
Track, 3, 4
Swimming, 4
Orchestra. 1, 2. 3. 1
Band, 1. 2. 3. 4,
S. A. Representative, 1
Triadewind Staff. 4
Caribbean Staff. 4
Junior-Senior Prom CollmmitIce, 3
Senior Dance Committee
Visitation Day Committee. 3, 1
Football Court. 4
Water Pol,. 3


WILLIAM MILLER
Vice-President
"*Bill"
Cleveland, Ohio
"It is the mind that mal ke the man.
Class Vice-Pre.ident. 4
Cla-s Treasurer, 3
I)ramatic Club. 3; Vice-Presidelnt. I1
National Homnr Society..
Vice-President. 3: Pre-idenl. 1
Camera Club. 4
C-Club. -4
Football. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 1. 3. 4
Track. 3. -1
lBasketball. 2. 3. 4
All-Star-. 3. 4
Softball, 2. 3. 4
Science Club. 1. 2. 3: Preid.iil. I
21 Club. 3. 4
Orchestra, 1, 2
Hall Duty, 3
Senior Dance Commnittee
Senior Talent Assembly
'Ranmshackle Inn"
"'The Valient"


[)AISN MAE DIXON Treasurer

Managua. Nicaragua
"-Fnull 't hatter. full W pep:
\erer quiet. that s her rep."
\ good lis-tor\ student.
Fondl of DATES.
Senior Cla- Treia-uer
Dramatic Club. 1. 2. 3. 1
'HliIN Al\drich"
"\1as(|iarade"
".Jenny Ki--e. I Me"
lI'hel iiani -
Volley all. 1. 2. 3. 1
Ila-keball, 1. 2. 3. 1
'll-Stars. 1, 3. 4
:uftball. 2. 3, 4
Tennis, 4
Badminton. 4
Pep Clul. I
Cheerleader Caplain, 1
Tradeuini Staff. 3, 1
(Caribbean Staff. 3. 4
Hall Duty. 3
Sopiholmore Dance Comm illc,
Sophomore Talent A -emibl
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3
Swimming. I
Visitation Day Head C(lairman. I
Senior Dance Committee
Queenn, Court. 4


LOURDES TEANO Secretary
"Lurdes"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Her ivillingness is always manialest."
Class Secretary, 4
C. M. F.. 2, 3
Library Assistant, 4
Student Council. 4
Chairman in C. MI. F.. 3
Junior-Senior Prom Committee. 3
Senior Dance Committee


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JEAN ANDERSON
"Jennnie
Frostproof, Florida
"She walks in beauty like the
night of cloudless
chimes and starry skies."
Class Secretary, 2. 3
Dramatic Club, 3, 4
"Ramshackle Inn"
Pep Club. 1
Cheerleader, 3
Glee Club. 1, 4
Quill and Scroll, 3, 4
Tradewind Staff, 3 4
Caribbean Staff, 3. 4
Sophomore Dance Committee
Sophomore Assembly Committee
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3
Visitation Day, 3
Graduation and Baccalaureate, 3
Senior Dance Committee, 4




DENIS H. ALCOCK
"Denny"
Panama, Republic of Panama
"Handsome is as handsome does."
Football. 3, 4
Softball. 2, 3
Basketball, 2, 3, 4
Track, 3, 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Science Club. 4














DORRIT LOU ARCHBOLD
"Dotty"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"There is great ability in knowing
how to conceal one's ability."
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4
Varsity Club. 3; Secretary-
Treasurer, 4
Volleyball, 1, 2. 3, 4
All-Stars, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2
Library Assistant, 1, 2
Pep Club, 2
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. 4
Quill and Scroll, 4
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Decoration Committees, 1, 2. 3
Entertainment Committee, 4
Sophomore Assembly
Thanksgiving Assembly


JACK BAIGELMAN
"Jackie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Stately and tall he walks
through the halls."
Class Vice-President, 3
Class Representative, 4
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3
Camera Club, 2, 3
Softball, 1, 2
Basketball. 1
(lee Club, 1, 2













ILEANA BROOKS
"Blondie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
Volleyball, 1, 2, 3
Basketball, 1, 2, 3
Badminton, 3
Tennis, 3
Dramatic Club, 3
Pep Squad, 3
Freshman and Senior Prom
Committee
Sophomore Dance Commitee












ROBERT PRESTON BARKER
"Bobby"
Tampa, Florida
"A quiet mind is richer than a
crown."
Camera Club, 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Softball, 1
Track, I
Water Polo, 1
Basketball, 1
21 Club, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 4


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Fourteen








(EORGE L. CITAMIPAGNE
" Georgie
Newton. \Ma-.
"Silence is a(s deep eternity.
Camera ( Track. 2. I
Band. 2


PATRICIA JANE CASSWELL
"Cassi"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Blest with temper whose
unclouded ray
(an make lomorror as cheerful
as today."
Volleyball. 1, 2, 3. 4
All-Stars. 1. 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3. 4.
All-Stars, 1, 2. 3. 4
Softball. 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 1. 2, 3. 4
Tennis, 4
Varsity. 1. 2, 3, 4;
President. 3
Tradewind Staff, 3. t:
Editor, 4
Caribbean Staff, 3. 1
Class Treasurer. 1
Fre-hman Dance Cmiinmitte-
Varsity Dance Commniltre. 3
Pep Club. 1, 4
Victory Corps, 1


WIL.LIAM GILBERT BINGHAM
"Bill"
Los Angelt-. California
"Happv the man who enjoys little
Class President. 1
Student Association Trea-urer. 3
Executive Office-Cristobal
Rifle Club, 4
21 Club. 3
Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 1
Student Council, 2. 1
Glee Club, 3. 4
Hall Duty. 3
Sophomore Talent Night
Freshman Dance Committe,
Baccalaureate


YOLANDA VAN DER DIJS
"f'andie-
Panama, Republic of Panama
"If hen she is happr the uorld
knows it."
Dramatic Clu,. 1. 2. 3, 4
Volleyball. 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4
Pep Club, 1. 4
Glee Club, 1. 2. 3. 4
Junior and Senior Banquet
Committee, 3
Senior Assembly Committee
Senior Dance Committee


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D)OLORES JESSICA DIXO-N
"'l) od"
Springifiel. lMi-ouri
".4 laugh. 1tt? inlectious unile.
She is the spirit of' joy.
Cla-- Treasurer, 2
Vldlevball. 1. 2, 3. 1
\l-Stars. 1. 2. 3. 1


Sftball. 1. 2. 3. 1
Cheerleader. I
Gle Club. 4
Juni,,r-Senior ianiiquc
(Commnitlte, 3
Football Cournt. I


CA\RLTON RAY CROFT
Norfolk. Virginia
"Good humor is the clear
blue sky ol the soul."
Clas Vice-President. 1
Football. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 1
Softball. 1. 2. 3, 1
Baseball. 1. 2
21 Club. 1, 2. 3
Jr. Rifle Club. 1. 2
Pep Cluib. I
Glee Club. 1. 2. 3. -
Dance Committees. 1, 2. 3
Talent Assembly 1, 2. 3
Stadium Box-office. 4


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ELINOR AGNES DONAHUE
"El/"
Brooklyn. New York
"A sweet attractive kind of grace.
Dramatic Club. 1, 2; Secretary, 4
Volleyball, 1, 2. 4
Basketball. 1. 2. 4
Pep Club. 2, 4
Glee Club, 1
Quill and Scroll. 4
S. A. Representative. 4
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff. 4
Sophomore Dance Committee, 2
Football Queen, 4








THOMAS CULPEPPER
"Coolie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Life may be real antd earnest.
But it sure is jun."
C-Club, 3. 4
Basketball, 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 1. 2. 3. 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3. 1
Football. 1, 2, 3. 1
All-Stars. 1. 3. 4
Softball. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 2
21 Club. 2








PAULA DOVEL
"Pul sie'
New York. N. Y.
"Ideas -are funny little things,
They won't work Aunless Y)o do.
Dramatic Club, 1, 2. 3. 4
Volleyball, 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 4
Basketball. 1. 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1. 2, 3. 4
Badminton. 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Pep Club, 1, 4
Glee Clu)b, 1, 2. 3
Orchestra. 1, 2, 3, 4
Band, 1, 2. 3. 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee, 3
Junior Ring Committee. 3


BETTY PATIUCIA EBUENGA
Cristobal. Canal Zone
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 2
Volleyball. 1, 2, 3
Camera Club, 2
Sophomore Talent Assembly
Freshman Dance Committee
Pep Squad, 4
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3
Orchestra. 1. 2


JERRALD L. DAUGHERTY
"Jerry'
Steuban, Wisconsin
"Somebody has to take it easy,
So it might as well be me."
Camera Club, 1, 2
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars. 3, 4
Basketball. 2
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Science Club, 4
Hall Duty, 3


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GERALD DARE
"Jerry"
Ontario, California
"Jerry-the little big shot ol
C.H.S. with pants style."
Class Officer, 1, 2
S. A. Representative. 2
Art Committees, 1, 2, 3
Sports, 1, 2, 3
Art Club, 1, 2, 3


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LURA LOUISE Fox
"Tudt"
San Diego, California
"Laughter oft is but an art."
Dramatic Club. 4
Camera Club. -
Jr. Rifle Club. 4
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ROBERT JANZ, JR.
"Bob"
Belfast. Ireland
"Counts his gains, and hurries
back ior more."
Class Treasurer, 2
National Honor Society. 4
21 Club, 3, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 3. 4
Glee Club, 2
Science Club, 4
Thanksgiving Assembly, 4












MARY DONNIE AGNES GILDER
"Donnie'
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Silence is golden, but
we're ojf the gold standard."
Volleyball, 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 4
Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4
Softball. 1, 2. 3. 4
Pep Club. 1
Cheerleader. 4
Glee Club. 2
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3
Queen's Court. 4


WILLIAM C. JOHNSON
"Stump "
Salemi, Maas-.
"Edication is the breath
of lite
But I tami short uinled."
C-Club. 2, 3. 1
Football. 2. 3. 1: Captain
All-Stars. 2. 3. 1: Captain
Baseball. 2. 3. 1
All-Stars. 2, 3. 1
Water Polo. 2. 3. 1
Jr. Rifle Clib, 3
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JO.ICE 1BARBARA4 HA\ TIIORNE
"Joee"
East Orange. New .erie-
-.4 girl's blush is pretty
But sometimes inconvenient."
Camera Club, 2
Softball. 1, 2. 3. 4
lia-ketball. 1, 2. 3, 1
Volleyball. 1. 2. 3. 1
Badminton. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 3, 1
Pep Club, 1. 4
Tradewcind Staff, 1
Caribbean Staff. 4
Program and Dance Comniltee. 1
Talent Assembly. 2
Graduation and Baccalaureate. 3
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3
Senior Dance





JERRY KANE
Swedeland. Penn -il\ania
"They sai moneo tall/\.
but all it ever stid to
mie was good-b c.'
Cla-s President. 2
C- Club. 3. 4
Bael)all. 1, 2. 3. 1
All-Star,. 1. 2. 3. 4
Football. 1. 2. 3:, 1
All-Star-. 1. 2. 3. 4
Ba-ketball. 1. 2, 3. 4
Softball. 1,. 2, 3. 4
Water Polo. 1, 2, 3, 4
Glee Clubl, President. 2. 3
Decorating Committlees. 2. 3
Football Court. 4


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DOROTHY ENGLEBRIGHT
"Dottie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A friend may well be reckoned
the masterpiece of nature."
Pep Club, 4
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Talent Assembly, 2
Senior Assembly Committee















"Bill"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Men are but children
of a larger growth."
Softball, 1, 2, 3
All-Stars, 2, 3
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
S All-Stars, 2, 3
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
4 All-Stars, 2, 3
Varsity Baseball, 4
/ S. A. Representative, 4
Dance Committees, 2, 3










MARY FISHER
"Scoopy"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"A friendly manner to all
around her."
S Dramatic Club, 1, 2; Treasurer, 4
C. M. F., 1, 2
Camera Club, 1, 2, 4
N. Volleyball, 1
Pep Club, 4
Glee Club, 1
Orchestra, 1, 2
Freshman Assembly
Dance Committee, 1, 2


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CARLOS IBANEZ
"Blasco"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Write me as one who loves
my fellow man."
Student Representative, 3
Dramatic Club, 3, 4
C-Club, 3, 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3
Track, 1, 2, 3, 4
Water Polo, 1, 2, 3, 4
Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4
Glee Club, Vice-President 3
Tradewind Staff, 3, 4
Caribbean Staff, 3, 4
Hall Duty, 3
Freshman Dance
Sophomore Dance
Talent Assembly, 2
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee, 3
Thanksgiving Assembly, 4
National Independence
Assembly. 4



DINAH LORAINE FRANKEL
"Tollywops"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Fame is the scentless sunflower,
with gawdy crown of gold;
But friendship is the breathing
rose with sweet in every fold."
Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4
C. M. F., 2; Treasurer, 3
Volleyball, 1"
Pep Club, 3, 4
Freshman Dance Committee




JOHN JAMES IRVINE
Orange, New Jersey
"There is not one among us
But can call him friend."
Dramatic Club, 1, 4
Football, 3, 4
All-Stars, 4
Baseball, 3, 4
Tennis, 3
Senior Dance Committee
Football Court, 4


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RALPH MALCOLM
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Let every man mind his oun
business."
Football, 1, 2, 3, 1
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1. 2
Softball, 2. 3
Track, 3, 4


MARY ELIZABETH IRVING
"Long John"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"A jovial smile, a loving
heart has she."
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball, 1, 2, 3. 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2
Talent Assembly, 2


PAUL LYNDON
"Pin Head"
Knoxville, Tenn.
"Let thy speech be better
than silence, Or be silent."
Basketball, 3, 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Football, 4
All-Stars, 4
Softball, 3
Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 4
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4












EILEEN JONES
"Ida Red"
Oran, Missouri
"The way to have a friend
is to be one."
Camera Club, 4
Glee Club, 2
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Visitation Day Committee. 4-


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"Judy"
Bay City, Michigan
"Music is said to be the speech of
angels."
Student Council, Vice-President, 3
C. M. F. Club, Vice-President, 2, 3
Dramatic Club, 3, 4
Thespians, 4
National Honor Society, 3, 1
Camera Club, 2
Varsity Club, 3, 4
Basketball. 1, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 2
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4.
All-Stars, 2
Badminton, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 3, 4
Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 1
Glee Club. 1, 2, 3, 4
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. 4
Band, 2, 3, 4
Quill and Scroll, 4
S. A. Representative, 1, 2. 4
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4 Co-Editor
Freshman Assembly Committee
Talent Night Committee, I
Senior Dance Committee
Senior Assembly Committee
Visitation Day. 3
Graduation and Baccalaurealw. 3
"Jenny Kissed Me"






EDWIN CLAIR MCILVAINE
"Eddie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"We grant although he has much
wit, he is very shy of using it."
Camera Club, 2
21 Club, 2


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MARY LAMUREY
" Yoya"
Catafio, Puerto Rico
"Quietness and diligence
pervade her gentle spirit."
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4


CLAUDIO ROSANIA
Colon, Republic of Panama
"I know everything except
myself."
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Football, 1, 2, 3. 4
Baseball, 1
Softball, 2, 3, 4
Track, 1, 3, 4
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4
Decorating Committees, 1, 2, 3


JAMES J. RODDY
"Roddy"
New York, New York
"One of our high school
flashes .. the lad with
the curly eye lashes."
Camera Club, 2
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Football, 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 1, 2









MARY JO MACSPARRAN
"Mac"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"We should so live
That when we die,
Even the undertaker
Will be sad."
S. A. Representative, 1
Bulletin Board Chairman, 1
Committee Head Chairman, 2
Junior Class President
Student Association President, 4
Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4
Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2. 3, 4
Swimming. 1, 4
Tennis. 4
Student Council, 1; President, 4
Pep Club, 1, 3, 4
Quill and Scroll, 4
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Sophomore Talent Assembly
Senior Dance Committee


JEANNETTE MARQUARD
"Polly"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Her smile is sweetened by her
gravity."
Volleyball, 1, 3
Basketball, 1
Glee Club, 1
Freshman Dance Committee
Hall Duty, 4














MAURICE WAYNE SHERRY, JR.
"Corky"
Turley, Oklahoma
"Who ever invented work
should have finished it."
Football, 4
All-Stars, 4
Pep Club, 1. 2


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ROBERT STERN
"Berdo"
Baltimore. Maryland
"The man that blushes is not
quite a brute."
C-Clubh 3, 4
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 2, 3, 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 1
All-Stars, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1. 2, 3. 4
All-Stars, 2, 3. 4
Track, 3. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 1, 2
Orchestra. 1. 2









DIANE MARIE NOLIN
Newport. Rhode Island
Glee Club. 1
Pep Squad, 4
Dramatic. 1


ELIZABETH NELL MORRISON
"Betty Nell'"
El Paso, Texas
"O0 manners gentle, o/f jjections
mild."
Volleyball. 1
Basketball, 1. 2, 3
Softball, 1
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3
Talent Assembly, 2
Dance Committees, 2. 3. 4








HAROLD SMITH
"Ecker"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Content to live, this is mi storu."
Varsity Club, 4
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars. 1, 2, 3. 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2, 3. 4
Baseball, 1, 2, 3. 4

ELIZABETH ANN MUNRO
"-Sis"
Glendale. California
"Behind cool blue eyes and
underneath blond locks.
lies irresistible charm."
Dramatic Club. 1, 2. 3. 4
C. M. F. Club. 2, 3. 4
Camera Club. 1, 2. 3, 4
Varsity Club, 3: President. 4
Volleyball. 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 2. 3
Basketball. 1, 2. 3. 4
All-Stars. 2. 3, 4
Softball, 1. 2. 3. 4
All-Stars, 3, 4
Swimming. 1, 4
Badminton. 4
Science Club, 1, 2. 3:
Vice-President. 4
Jr. Rifle Club. 4
Pep Club, 1, 4
Glee Club. 1, 2
Orchestra, 2
Band, 2
Quill and Scroll, 4
Tradewind Staff, 4;
Business Manager
Caribbean Staff, 4;
Business Manager
Sophomore Talent Assembly
President's Cabinet, 4
Visitation Day, 3
"Jenny Kissed Me." 4
National Honor Society, 4


RICHARD RAYMOND
TOLEDANO
"Richie
Panama. Republic of Panama
"Don't let study interfere
with Education."
Football. 1, 2, 4
All-Stars. 1
Baseball, 1. 2, 3, 4
All-Stars, 1, 2. 4
Track. 1. 2, 4
Glee Club, 1. 3


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Colon, Republic of Panama
"Knowledge is the treasure,
But practice is the key to it."
Dramatic Club, 3, 4
C. M. F., 2, 3
National Honor Society, 4
Volleyball, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 2, 3, 4
S Science Club, 3, 4
,-" Glee Club, 4
.. Orchestra, 2, 3
Band, 3
Dramatic Club Committees, 3, 4
Chairman of Science Club
Committee, 4






RICHARD P. TRUDEAU
"Dick"
Webster, Mass.
"I love work, I could sit
and look at it for HOURS."
Water Polo, 3
Football, 4
Track, 3, 4
Basketball, 3
Pep Club, 4; Vice-President
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MARLENE NANCY PEACOCK
"Pee Wee"
Ancon, Canal Zone
k "Man has his will,
but women have their way."
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4
Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4
Freshman Dance Committee
Sophomore Dance Committee
Junior-Senior Prom Committee


ARDEN D. WEAVER
"Ardy"
Sterling, Illinois
"'Tis impious in a good man
to be sad."
Football, 3
All-Stars. 3
Track, 4
Basketball, 4
Swimming, 1, 2, 3
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3












JOAN ARDELLE REED
"Limpy"
Bellingham, Washington
"She is little she is wise,
She's a terror for her size."
Class President, 1
Future Teachers of America, 3;
Vice-President, 4
Softball, 2, 3
All-Stars, 2, 3
Volleyball, 1, 3, 4
All-Stars, 4
Jr. Rifle Club, 3
Pep Club, 1
Glee Club, 1, 2
Ring Committee, 3
Talent Assembly, 2
Junior-Senior Prom Committee, 3






MARK WHITE
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Self trust is the first secret of
success."
Class President, 2
Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 4
Thespians, 3; President, 4
Camera Club, 1, 2, 3; President, 4
Basketball, 1, 2
Football, 1, 2, 3
All-Stars, 1, 2, 3
Track, 3, 4
Science Club, 3, 4
Tradewind Staff, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Hall Duty, 3
Sophomore Dance Committee, 2
Junior-Senior Prom Committee
Thanksgiving Assembly, 4
Senior Dance


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"Maxie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Little I ask, my wants are Jew.
Volleyball, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 2. 3. 4

















ROBERT M. WILFORD. JR.
"Boots"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The best proof of
ability is action."
C-Club, 1
Football, 2, 3, 4
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball, 1, 2. 3, 4
Track, 3
21 Club, 3; President, 4
Student Council, 1, 3
Quill and Scroll, 4
Tradewind Staff, 3, 4
Caribbean Staff, 3, 4
Junior-Senior Banquet
Committee. 3








LESBIA HELEN SANTOS
"Lesbie"
Panama. Republic of Panama
"We feel in her presence
a deep tranquility."
Dramatic Club, 4
Library Assistant, 4


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Brooklyn, New I ork
"NVothing can bring you
peace but yourself.
Baseball, 1, 2. 1.
Track, 1, 2. 3
Softball, 3
All-Stars, 3
Football, 1, 2
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JACQULYN MADELINE
SCHOFIELD
"J ackie"
Baltimore, Maryland
"Of every noble work, the silent
part is best."
Dramatic Club, 2, 3
Basketball, 1. 2
Volleyball, 1
Softball. 1, 2
All-Stars. 2
Badminton, 4
Science Club. 1. 2, 3, 4
Orchestra. 1, 2, 3
Sophomore Dance Committee
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CAROLYN JEAN SLATER
Clinton, Iowa
"How far that little candle
throws its beam."
S. A. Secretary, 4
National Honor Society. 4
Camera Club, 1, 2:
Vice-President, 4
Softball, 2
Jr. Rifle Club. 3;
Secretary-Treasurer. 4
Glee Club, 1, 2
Guidance Play. 1
Quill and Scroll. 3. 4
Tradewind Staff, 3 4
Caribbean Staff, 3, 4
Sophomore Dance Committee
Junior-Senior Prom Committee
Thanksgiving Assembly, 4
Make-up Chairman, 4
Aqua Ballet, 2
Visitation Day Committee, 4


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"Dizzy"
Mo-,rl,-. Mississippi
"Asking nothing, revealing
naught;
But minting her words, from a
fund of thought."
Volleyball, 4
Caribbean Staff, 4
Tradewind Staff. 3. 4


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STANLEY MAHER
"Stan"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"A man of cheerful yesterdays
and confident tomorrows."
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4
Track, 2
Basketball, 2, 3
Softball, 2
All-Stars. 2
Baseball. 4


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Students' Association

The multitudinous activities of the Students' As-
sociation add that certain touch to an otherwise
academic pattern of life at C.H.S. This vital organ-
ization has for its members nearly the entire student
body which elects a Student Council consisting of
four officers and one representative from each home-
room. At the controls this year was Mary Jo I "ack
the school" MacSparran. President. and sharing
her duties was Vice President Dick ("that ole coke
machine") Sullivan. Carolii Slater fulfilled the
you can't imagine how many" duties of S.A.
Secretary and Bill I"I hate money") Binghanm
served as S.A. Treasurer. Always ready with a
gentle push in the right direction were Mr. Russell
Johns. activities sponsor, and Mr. Ray Brians.
financial sponsor.
The purpose of the Students' Association pro-
motes unity among the student body by sponsoring
extra-curricular activities. Meetings are held the
first and third Wednesdays of each month. Through


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the purchase of membership tickets the students
receive the Trade Wind. Caribbean. and admission
to school dances. plays. and athletic contests. The
S.A. also buys the sports and music awards. The
Council started the year off with an assembly.
Freshman-Sophomore Brawl. and dance on the open-
ing day of school. All school activities are spon-
sored by the S.A. It is regarded as "Big Business"
since all funds to carry on all school activities must
pass through its channels.


STUDENT COUNCIL
BHck: Mr. John-. Paul WVhitlck. Judy Jorstad. Carolyn Slater. Elinor Donahue. Franscrico XXong
Front: Frances Geri. Tommy Jordan. Karen Strrop. Bill Hill. Carl Pinto. Mary Jo MacSparran. Jiuimy Doyle.
Joanne Steiner. Nancy Kariger


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Music, an emotional outlet for many people, and
the essence of enjoyment for others, has its place in
Cristobal High School's system under the super-
vision of Mr. 0. E. Jorstad. The senior high depart-
ment is broken up into three parts: the orchestra,
band, and glee club.
The band and orchestra contribute the right finish-
ing note to assemblies, plays, and talent night. The
band plays at inter-school games, adding pep and
fight to the cheering section and team.


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All three groups have their biggest showings in
the Christmas pageant, the Easter concert, and the
music festival. There, the accumulation of a year's
practice, work, and cooperation is presented to
patrons and friends of Cristobal High School.


HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA


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RITA FISHER, SANDRA HAMMOND, AND ANDREW LIM KEEP BUSY


The Caribbean Chapter of the National
Art Society is the first chapter outside of
the continental United States. The charter
was granted in May of 1948.
To become a member one must primarily
have a talent and an in art. But before he
can even be considered for membership a
student must have at least a "C" average in
all other subjects and a "B" or better in
art. He must display ten pieces of original


work made in three different mediums.
This "one-man show" must be approved by
three competent judges.
The charter members are Lee Van Siclen,
Class of '48, and Nancy Donaldson, Class of
'49, who instated Carolyn Tobin, Sandra
Hammond. Andrew Lim, and Florence
Christian last year. The present members
are Sandra Hammond, Rita Fisher, Andrew
Lim and one new member, Rolando Villalaz.
and the sponsor, Miss Mary Worrell.


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The National Honor Society represents
the intelligentsia of Cristobal High School.
The main requirement for entrance is
Scholarship. A candidate must also meet
the standards of Character, Leadership. and
Service.
The idea was founded in Chicago by Dr.
William B. Owen and a group of five girls.
From the development of independent local


organizations the present National Honor
Society came into being. The Caribbean
Chapter of the Honor Society received its
charter in 1942.
Present members are Bill Miller. presi-
dent; Balbina Ostrowiak. secretary, and
Carolyn Slater. Elizabeth Munro. Judy Jor-
stad, Bob Janz. The sponsor of the group
is Miss Jeanne Brown.


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The Cristobal High School Chapter of the National Quill and
Scroll was organized in 1945.
The purpose of this scribblers' club is to raise the standards
of high school journalism and to stimulate interest in journalistic
endeavors.
Students who write for this publication and prove themselves
scholastically superior, are invited to become members of the
"Quill and Scroll."
Seven new members were initiated into the organization this
year. The officers for the year are President, Elinor Donahue;
Vice President, Bob Wilford; Secretary, Carolyn Slater. The mem-
bers of the chapter are Carolyn Slater, Jean Anderson, Judy
Jorstad, Elinor Donahue, Dorrit Archbold, Mary Jo MacSparran,
Elizabeth Munro, Bob Wilford. Mark White. and sponsor,
SDorothy Smith.


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F. T. A.


The Future Teachers of America is an organiza-
tion born just last school year, 1948-1949. The
challenge of the F. T. A. is to acquaint each mem-
ber with a beginner's knowledge of the principles
of teaching, and an introduction to child psychology.
Various events that make up the activities from time
to time are lectures from interested teachers with
valuable experience concerning teaching. This year's
project also includes the study of extra-curricular
activities specializing in the field of sports.


For the first time the F. T. A. picture graces a
page in "The Caribbean." F. T. A. members are
Joanne Steiner, Joan Reed, Sandra Hammond, Rita
Fisher, Ellice Simmonds, Leneve Dough, Nancy
Ramsey, and Nellie Holgerson. Miss Anderson is
sponsor.

An innovation of this year was a specially con-
ducted tour of Panama City. The girls met President
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This year's officers are pictured to the left.
From left to right: Sandra Hammond, Secretary:
Joan Steiner, President; and Joan Reed,
Vice-president.


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Dramatic Club

The dramatic club, under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Worrell,
is one of the most active organizations in the school. Its members
take part in the production of plays in many capacities, ranging from
acting and directing to makeup and properties. The only member- 09
ship requirement is a sincere interest in dramatics.
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Thespians


_. The National Thespian Society is the honor
Organization of high school dramatics. One is
allowed to enter this organization only after hav-
ing distinguished himself in some phase or, pre-
ferably, phases of dramatics. It is, therefore, quite
a select organization.
L This group is directly responsible for the ad-
S' ministration of all Thespian productions and,
while much of the actual work on plays is done
I.h. by Dramatic Club members who hope to attain
Thespian membership, the Thespians are the
leaders, the "Old troupers," who know what's to
be done and how to do it.
The capable sponsor of this group is Miss
SEleanor Farstveet, director of the successful
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comedy "Jenny Kissed Me." The play was directed by Thespian
". sponsor. Eleanor Farstveet. and most of the production committees
were headed by Thespians.
It goes without saying that the play was a success and credit for
this must be divided between the capable actors who appear above.
The ever-present production staff (below ). and Miss Farstveet. whom
ou see at left in the throes of direction.
It must be added in the interest of further dramatic activities at
C.It.S. that a good time was had by all.


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The Library


Miss BROWN


As essential to the students of C.H.S. as the teach-
ers themselves the library is an accurate index of the
world's knowledge. Here, many a student has
gleaned some of those precious particles of learning
that mean the difference between a good grade or
a failure or, more important, has gained some bit of
erudition that will aid him later in life.


Situated on the upper floor of the north side of
the building facing the Caribbean the library can
be counted to be the coolest spot in the building.
Always quiet and serene it is conductive to study.
The driving force behind the library is Miss
Jeanne Brown and her capable staff of assistants to
whom are due many thanks for their work well done.


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President
MIARK WHITE


Vice-President
CAROLYN SLATER


Treasurer
KIETH MOUMBLOW


The Camera Club Secretary
BETTY FLENNIKEN



Mango season came and went, the school meandered ahead as usual,
and the shutter hounds of C.H.S. snapped merrily along. Led by presi-
dent Mark White and Mr. Carl Maedl, sponsor of the club, this group
spent much of their spare time taking, developing, and printing pictures.
























Torrid Zone Wizards


The Torrid Zone Wizards, being affiliated
with the Science Clubs of America. has been
a part of Cristobal High School since 1942.
when it was organized by Mr. Carl F. Maedl.
Mr. Ravburn Brians took over the sponsor-
ship of the club in 1948. The members in
the club are chosen from all the science
classes on the basis of scholarship and
active interest.
The new members of the club include
Albert Attia, Jerrald Daughertv. Sandra


Hammond. Nellie Holgerson. Robert Janz.
Keith Moumblow. Jack Randall. Jacqueline
Schofield. Joanne Steiner. and Ardis
Willoughby.
The Wizards function under the leader-
ship of President William Miller. Vice-
President Elizabeth MIunro. and Secretar\-
Treasurer Jacqueline Boyle. The old mem-
bers include Balbina Ostrowiak. Raymond
Pinto. Henry Wachtel. and Mark White.


Front Row: Ardis k ll.....Ii-. Jacquie Boyle. Bill Miller. Sis Munro. Nellie Holgerson, Robert Janz
Back Row: Joanne Steiner. Ray Pinto. Henry Watchtel. Keith Moninblow. Jack Randall. Albert Attia


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Back Row: J. Townshend, N. McGinn, Mr. Charles Wallace, Sponsor, H. Wachtel, B. Miller, A. Attia, J. Fahnestock.
Second Row: F. Wong, Secretary. J. Randall, B. Bailey. K. Moumblow, B. Knott, R. Janz, R. Granberry.
First Row: B. Wilford, President, R. Pinto, R. Barker, C. Pinto, I. Ostrowiak, H. Compton, J. Doyle.


Club Aim


The Cristobal High School "21" Club consists of
21 male members, each representing one of the 21
Latin American Republics. The club is sponsored
by the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club in the interests
of Pan-Americanism. Meetings are held on the first
and third Tuesday of each month. Guest speakers


are invited from time to time to talk on various
Latin American Republics. Each member prepares
an 800 to 1500 word essay which a special Rotary
Club committee reads and criticizes. A coveted prize
is awarded for the best composition. The club
faculty sponsor is Charles Wallace.


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MORALE BOOSTERS
"Pep" and lots ot it. That's about all that could describe Cristobal's
lively cheerleaders. Their classy blue and gold uniforms have been out-
standing at every game.
These lassies are Dolores Dixon. Donnie Gilder. Pat Geddes. Daisy Dixon,
Shiela Guthrie. and Shirley Trudeau.
Cristobal's newly organized Pep Club aided the cheerleaders in boosting
the morale of their players. Bright yellow sweaters with blue and gold em-
blems and blue skirts was the costume donned by the club whose hearty
cheers rang loud and long throughout the grand-stands. Pep Club officers
were President, Helen Kissam: Vice-President. Dick Trudeau. and Secretary-
Treasurer. Karen Saum.
Also an added attraction this year was Sophomore, Majorette. Dorothy
Ellis. who led the cheerleaders and High School Band.







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The Junior Rifle Club of C.H.S. was founded in
1917, having 48 charter members. It is one of the
biggest and most active Clubs in the school with
69 members.
Construction and improvements are steadily being
made by the instructor and sponsor, Mr. Gibson,
the assistant instructor, Mr. Brians, with the help of
the members, and other interested patrons.
The club is a member of the Gallery League, com-
peting in the American Legion shoots, Postal
Matches, and Intramural shoots.
Members finishing "Expert" are Eddie Coe,
Phyllis Fisher, Bob Gibson, and Neyle Theriault.
The high shooters for 1949-50 as of December 20
are Neyle Theriault. John Droste, Ray Pinto, Bob
Bailey, John Fahnestock, Joyce Hawthorne, John


Fisher, Bill Bingham, Vernon Bryant, Cody Staples,
and Bill Knott.
The first term officers were President, Eddie Coe;
Vice-President, Dick Sullivan; Secretary-Treasurer,
Carolyn Slater, and the Executive Officer, Bill
Bingham. At mid-term the club reorganized and the
new officers are President, John Fahnestock; Vice-
President, Bob Bailey; Executive Officer, Judy
Jorstad: and Carolyn Slater retained her former
office.
For the first time in the history of the Cristobal
Junior Rifle Club a Varsity Team was chosen and
emblems were ordered from the States. Another
first timer is a student assistant instructor course
attended by Carolyn Slater, Joyce Hawthorne, Judy
Jorstad, Elizabeth Munro, Dave Redmond, and Bill
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Back Row: Bill Johnson. Elinor Donahue (Queen), Robert Kariger
(Football captain), and Jerry Kane.
Front Row: John Irvine. Dai-y Dixin. Donnie Gilder, Jimmy Palumboi. lcroru'
bearer), Dolores Dixon. Carol~n Slater. and Dick Sullivan.


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Cristobal Football Varsity 1949-1950


The Cristobal High School Tigers this year cul-
minated the football season with a record of no wins
and four losses when a powerful Balboa eleven went
through an undefeated and untied football season.
The main event this year, however, was the debut of
tackle football in the Canal Zone. This new event
captivated the large crowds which gathered at the
games to see a real rough football game in action.
Coach Palumbo lost his first inter-scholastic foot-
ball title since his arrival at Cristobal High School.
having won five consecutive ones. He again dis-
played his coaching ability which rates him the dis-
tinction of being one of the best coaches in the Canal


Zone. His success lies in introducing young inex-
perienced boys into the realm of sports and pro-
moting their acquisition of athletic skill.
The outstanding backfield men this year were
Arnold Manning, John Davis (selected on Canal
Zone All Star Team), and Dick Sassara (who scored
the only six points for Cristobal in the season).
Linemen who excelled included "Stumpy" Johnson
(honorary captain of the squad, and another candi-
date in the Canal Zone All Star team), Pete
Johnson, Eddie Smith, Bob Kariger, Coolie Cul-
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Back Row, Left to Right: B. Johnson, Kariger, Johnston, Lopez, Shore, H. Smith, Davis, Bryant, Taylor.
Center Row, Left to Right: G. Daugherty, Lyndon, Miller, Irvine, Kane, Blackburn, P. Johnson, D. Daugh-
erty, Culpepper, Jordan.
Front Row, Left to Right: E. Smith, Kuhrt, Bailey, Whitlock, Zimmerman, Salter, Manning, J. Sullivan, Grace.
Absent From Picture: D. Sullivan, C. Ibanez, W. Harrell, B. May, D. Sassara, E. Bringas, Stern, Mclaughlin.
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JUNIOR COLLEGE........


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The Cristobal Intramural football league season
was a complete success and many exciting games


FINAL INTRAMURAL RESULTS
Won Lost Tied
UCLA 7 3 3
Northwestern 5 5 1
Michigan 4 6 1
Notre Dame 1 3 2


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were furnished by the four teams which composed
the intramural league. The season started with the
following four teams: UCLA captained by Bob
Haywood, Michigan by Bob Wilford, Notre Dame by
Maher, and Northwestern by Bill Hill. Notre Dame.
because of lack of players, was eliminated from the
second half with many of its players being absorbed
by the other three teams.


UCLA
Bob Haywood, diminutive cap-
tain of his eleven, sparked his club
to a successful season by winning
the first half and defeating the
second half champs, Northwestern.
in the final play-off for the cham-
pionship. The outstanding players
for UCLA were Haywood. Toled-
ano, Bagby. Trudeau, and Engelke.
This team showed a lot of team
work and team spirit in copping
the intramural championship for
the vear 1949-1950.


NORTHWESTERN
Ending the first half in the
cellar. Bill Hill's Northwesterners
ran rough shod over all its op-
ponents during the second half and
annexed it with a good record of
four wins and one loss. However.
they were defeated by the first half
champs, UCLA, in a thrilling game.
The outstanding men of this ball
club were Hill. Ducruet. Maher.
and Stevenson.


MICHIGAN
Bob Wilford's Michigan were
always in the thick of the battle.
Having many young inexperienced
boys this team showed a lot of
sportsmanship on the playing field.
The stars of this team were Rosania
and Wilford.


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The Girls' Varsity Club is an athletic organization.
the purpose of which is to promote a greater interest
in girls' sports and to promote good sportsmanship.
Invitations to enter the club are extended to those
girls who make two of the All-Star team in one year.
or who are among the ten highest in the point
system.
This years' initiation was held at Gatun swimming
pool followed by a slumber party at the Trefoil
House.


Thlie club is under lhe sponsorship of Miss \ir-
ginia Keenan and headed by Elizabeth Munro. Presi-
dent: Patricia Geddes. Vice-Pre-ident. and Dorrit
Archbold. Secretary\ -Treasurer.
The members include Patricia Casswell. Juditl
Jorstad. Helen Kissam. Elizabeth \lIM. Mar Jo
MacSparran. Patricia Geddes. and Dorrit Archbold.
The new members just entering this year include:
Jacqueline Boyle. Jane Compton. Leneve Dough,
Dorothy Ellis. Nellie Holgerson. Nancy Ramsev.
Joanne Reccia. and Joanne Steiner.


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The boys "C" Club is an organization of the top
athletes of C. H. S. To be eligible in this club one must
make two all-stars teams and qualify in both or make
three all-stars and qualify in one. Seven boI s passed the
requirements this year and were initiated in the club dur-
ing the month of December. 19-19. The new members
initiated were Arnold Manning. Pete Johnson. Ed Bringas.
Eddie Smith. Dick Sullivan. Jerrald Daughertv. and Bill
Miller.


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The club also helped to officiate Intramural Football
games and the annual Intra-school Track meet. The "C"
Club is under the presidency of Bob Kariger. the vice-
president is Carl Simons. and the secretary-treasurer is
"Coolie" Culpepper. The old members include Stumpy
S..1mson. Jerr\ Kane. Billy Blackburn. and John Davis.
S' id is sponsored b\ Coach Luke Palumbo.


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Won 5 Lost 1
Left to right, front row:
Ann Thomas. Sonia Ramirez and Grace Restrepo.
Middle row:
Dorrit Archbold, Eulalia Guardia. Paula Dovel and
Dora Weich.
Back row:
Joan Reed-Captain, Mary White. Ginnette Wach-
tel and Nancy Ramsey.


YANKEES
Won 4 Lost 2
Left to right, front row:
Lois Scheidegg, Karen Stroop, Joanne Reccia-
Captain, Margaret Gomila, Sonia Weich and
Katherine Argo.
Back row:
Margarita Barcenas. Nidia Oliver, Elsa Fernandez,
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Left to right, front row:
Hilda Ferreria, Helen Kissam. and Joanne Steiner.
Middle row:
Hazel Griffith, Betty Ebuenga, Yolanda Van der Dijs.
and Judy Jorstad.
Back row:
Mary Jo MacSparran -Captain, Elinor Donahue. Nancy
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Bark rotu: Mary Lou Sharpe. Pal Geddes. Mary Ann Hannigan. Leneve Dough. Joanne Reccia, Karen Saum,
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DENIS ALCOCK ................... His ability to come to school on time to Vilina Sasso.
JEAN ANDERSON ..... ..... Her natural beauty to Sheila Guthrie.
DORRIT ARCHBOLD ........... Her large gold earrings to any pair of ears capable of supporting them.
JACK BAIGELMAN ..................His it -r. -i, t ,'*, to anybody in need.
ROBERT BARKER ....................His shy friendliness to Carmen Ramirez.
BILL BINGHAM ...................His Don Juan reputation to Eddie Smith.
ILEANA BROOKS ...................Her Pepsodent smile to Inez Lowue.
PAT CASSWELL ...... ......... Her shortiee" hair-do to Mrs. Smith.
GEORGE CHAMPAGNE ........... His quiet mannerliness to Victor Mizrachi.
CARLTON CROFT .................. His close association with Miss Patlerson to any unlucky Junior.
TOMMY CULPEPPER .............. His manipulation of women to Pete Johnson.
JERRALD DAUGHERTY ..........His vim, vigor, and vitality to Sandy Hamminond.
YOLANDA VAN DER DIJ ...... Her typing ability to Gus Villalaz.
DAISY DIXON -....................... Her beauty-parlor locker to Gloria Hall.
DOLORES DIXON ................. Her cheer-leader's uniform to Helen Kissam.
ELINOR DONAHUE ................. Her place in all future "cat" sessions to Pat (Geddes (sorrowfullr ).
PAULA DOVEL ........................Her piccolo to Bill Blackburn.
BETTY EBUENGA ............... Her jet-black hair to Joan Reilly.
DOROTHY ENGLEBRIGHT ..... ..Her long hair to Carol Harvey.
MARY FISHER ................ Her Medic's Degree to Albert Attia.
"TUDY" Fox....................... Her love for California to Dick Sassara.
LORAINE FRANKEL .......... Her "gains" to Rita Fisher.
DONNIE GILDER ...................Her scissors for cutting hair short-short to Jane Compton.
JOYCE HAWTHORNE ..............Her excess ammunition to Gayle Rose.
BILLY HILL ........ ...........His place as God's gift to women to Leo Turner.
CARLOS IBANEZ ..................... His winning way with women to Henry Wachtel.
MARY IRVING ...................... Her towering height to Mary Louise Sir onson.
JOHN IRVINE......... .... "I won't leave a will, I'll take her with me-D.M.D."
ROBERT JANZ ..-................... His "Intelligence Quotient" to Paul Engelke.
"STUMPY" JOHNSON ......... His height to John Allgaier.
EILEEN JONES ................... Her flame-colored hair to Frances Wong.
JUDY JORSTAD ....................... Her maidenly blushes to Letticia Hellwig.
JERRY KANE ..........................His dancing feet to Dan Nellis.
ROBERT KARIGER ................. His knight's place at Miss Liter's Round Table to Jimmy RainseY.
MARY LAMUREY ....................Her secretarial position in Glee Club to Frances Geri.
PAUL LYNDON ......... ..........His ability to sight read music to Tommy Jordan.
MARY Jo MACSPARRAN ......... Her "grin" to Joanne Reccia.
STANLEY MAHER ................ His cultured laugh to Beverly Madison.
RALPH MALCOLM ..................His high school stretch to Jimmy Nellis.
JEANNETTE MARQUARD ....... Her co-operative spirit to Bobbie Sievers.
EDWARD MCILVAINE --..-...... His dry wit to Carl Simons.
BILL MILLER ........................His ability to ad-lib to John Davis.
BETTY NELL MORRISON ........Her Irish temperament to Nancy Kaufer.
ELIZABETH MUNRO .......... Her secret peroxide formula to Colleta Stiebrit:.
DIANE NOLAN ...........- ...... Her shorthand book to her sister. Joar.
BALBINA OSTROWIAK ............Her "nimble fingers" to Joanne Steiner.
MARLENE PEACOCK ................Her place as one of the best sopranos in Chorus to Rita Howard.
JOAN REED .......................... Her wardrobe to Dorothy Ellis.
JIM RODDY ...........................His "latest catch" to Jimmie Sullivan.
MAXIMA ROSALES .--........... ...Her "get-up and go" spirit to Helen It Ii.,
CLAUDIO ROSANIA _................ His curly hair to Edward Stevenson.
LESBIA SANTOS ...........--.... Her weight (90 lbs.) to Hilda Ferrera.
JACKIE SCHOFIELD ............... Her magic violin to Andrew Liri.
MAURICE SHERRY .................Just leaves (he hopes!).
CAROLYN SLATER ..............All her Latin II notes to Ardis WFilloughby.
HAROLD SMITH ......................His blonde curly hair to Mr. Beck.
ROBERT STERNS ...--......- -...... Miss Liter and English 12 to Dickie Avcock.
LOURDES TEANO ................... Her office as Secretary of the Senior class to Elvia Ramirez.
MAE THOMASON ...... ......... Her subtle remarks to Beverly Lindstromn.
RICHARD TOLEDANO ............. His whistle to Frank Holgerson.
DICK TRUDEAU ..................... His wise cracks to Anna Fisher.
ARDEN WEAVER -.. ....-........ His baritone voice to Bobby Haywood.
MARK WHITE .................. His camera and dark room to Betty Flenniken.
ROBERT WILFORD .................His business enterprise to John Toun'shend.
HARRY YOHROS ....................His tranquil personality to Dorothy Rowley.




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Class Prophecy


The year is 1960 and Professor P. Beck, after
thirteen long years as principal of Cristobal High
School, has just returned from a cruise to South
America. He enters his cozy, corner-office which
has recently been air-conditioned and starts puffing
on his newly acquired pipe. "Pablo," as he is fondly
labeled by students and alumni alike, tells his friends
that he thinks a pipe looks more dignified with his
grey hair and bifocal glasses. Piles of mail have
accumulated during his absence, so he digs in.

He grabs a New York newspaper. Several articles
have been circled with a red pencil. "Can you
imagine that? George Champagne, a renowned engi-
neer, is contemplating draining Lake Erie. I wonder
what he will do with the water? . What's this?
'True blonds being such a scarcity these days, Eliza-
beth Munro's golden tresses have won her world-
wide fame for use in Toni demonstrations.' .
Marlene Peacock, her voice having changed. has
become a torch singer in the Stork Club. . Over
here on the sports page is another article that is
circled . 'Fans Scream For Culpepper.' Coolie
has become one of the most popular pitchers in big
league baseball . .Even New York recognizes the
Class of '50. . Here's another. 'Cooking Classes
Commence At Boys' High.' Robert Barker is teach-
ing the little boys how to cook in case they marry
C.H.S. girls when they grow up."

"I see there are several applications for teaching
positions. I'll just glance over them now. . .and
just in case you ever decide to have a class in riflery.
I hope that you will consider me as a potential
teacher. My heart is in my music, but I would be a
faithful instructor.' Signed, Judy Jorstad .
Horrors! They want MY job! Here is a letter from
Carlton Croft who has earned his Ph.D. in ten years
by acceleration and he is applying for the principal-
ship. Mmmmmm, this younger generation."

"Hmmmm, a letter from Miss Liter! She has been
retired only two years and is living in the hills of
West Virginnie. Wonder what news she has from
that neck of the woods. She says that Mary Irving
has established a private girls' school. It is quite
exclusive; only girls who have never heard of the
Canal Zone may enroll .... Daisy Dixon has retired
from Broadway and has consented to teach dramatics
in Mir)'s school. . Richard Toledano is a corpo-
ration lawyer in Wheeling. . Paula Dovel has
achieved her life-long ambition: she is the leader of


a drum and bugle corps in a small country school."
Mr. Beck is such a busy man these days that he
has to have an assistant to assist his regular assist-
ant, Bev, in the office. She is none other than
Yolanda Van Der Dijs, who completed the Gregg
Secretarial Course with high honors. Another new,
but familiar, face on the faculty is Dorrit Archbold,
girls' physical education assistant. All of the teach-
ers listen to Maurice Sherry's hill-billy program
every morning on the Sunrise Salute. At least they
tell Maurice they do.
Just as Mr. Beck is reaching for another news-
paper, in walk Carolyn Slater and Mark White.
They are on their way to the Pier and just stopped
in to say "hello" and to look around the old Alma
Mater. They are working for National Geographic
Magazine and are covering the Arctic Expedition
which is being headed by Admiral Bill Miller. Caro-
lyn will do the writing and Mark the photography.
Bill is going to steer the ship. Mark saw Joan Reed
the last time he was in Cleveland. She has started
up a new business and is looking for a model for her
original dress creations. Joan mentioned that Dick
Trudeau is modeling Arrow shirts for Esquire Maga-
zine. Jackie Schofield had just been awarded first
prize in a nation-wide contest for designing sailboats.
After that interruption, Mr. Beck resumes his
reading. The California Herald .. wonder if any-
one I know is in the Golden State? Mary Lamurey
has taken over her father's band and is quite the
rage in Hollywood. . Diane Nolin does a roller-
skating specialty at Loew's.... Jack Baigelman has
hit upon the idea of dyeing gunnie sacks bright colors
so the pigs who get their feed from them will have
a brighter outlook on life.... Lura Fox has opened
a dude ranch in Japatal Valley just outside of San
Diego. . I wonder if any of our athletes made
their mark in the world in California? Would you
look at that now? 'Kane and Johnson Co-Coaches
of U.C.L.A. Football Team.' Wonder if Coach
Palumbo has seen this?"
Just then in saunters Bill Hill. "Hi, Mr. Beck. Just
dropped in to check the fire extinguishers. I finally
worked my way up to Chief Fire Inspector for the
Panama Canal. Incidentally, did you hear that
Stanley Maher has opened up the first filling station
on the new highway through the Sahara Desert. He
has hired Balbina Ostrowiak as interpreter. . .
Robert Janz has been appointed American Am-







bassador to England and England is sending over
Denis Alcock to be her Ambassador to the U. S....
Well, so long Pablo, I'll be seeing you every month
when we have those scheduled fire drills. Here's a
pamphlet in which you might be interested. It tells
about all of the new books which have been pub-
lished in the past few months."
"Me interested in books. Oh, well. I'll take a
gander at it anyway. Can you beat that. Robert
Stern has written a book on his fishing experiences
on the Chagres River. It is entitled, 'The Fish and I.'
. Betty Nell Morrison is the popular author of
'How To Hold Your Temper and Keep Cheerful At
All Times.' . Dottie Englebright has collected all
of the jokes ever written about school and compiled
them into a pocket edition. That ought to go over
big with the little kiddies."
"Here's a letter postmarked Chicago from Donnie
Gilder. Often wondered where she was. She and
Dolores Dixon have opened a travel bureau and are
giving first hand information on Panama . Quite
a few members of the Class of '50 are in the Windy
City. Elinor Donahue and Jean Anderson are con-
testants for the title of Miss Universe at the Inter-
national Beauty Pageant. . Mary Jo MacSparran
was chosen to represent the USA at the Olympics.
She recently took up ski-jumping and 'caught on
quickly' according to the press reports. ... Bob
Kariger has signed a ten year contract as Bulldozer
Operator in Arabia. That ought to be interesting
work. . Maxima Rosales has been offered the
position of governess for some of the Vanderbilt
children in New York but she hates to leave Chicago.
. Bob Wilford has installed his gum-ball machines
in every class room in the Mid-West. ... .Eileen
Jones has taken over the management of the Stevens
Hotel and has hired Ed Mcllvaine as night clerk.
Donnie certainly writes a newsy letter.
"Hmmm. an official letter. The Governor of the
Panama Canal, Paul Lyndon. would like to have
my presence at a banquet to be given in honor of
Doctor Ralph Malcolm and Professor Arden Weaver
who have recently discovered a perfect cure for hic-
coughs. Of course their solution is still a deep. dark
secret to the general public. Maybe if I got the hic-
coughs at the party Ralph or Arden could produce
a sure cure. I wonder if the Mayor of Colon, Claudio
Rosania, will be there?"
"I see that I have received an advertisement from
Carlos Ibanez. He is selling Buicks for Smoot-
Hunnicutt."


"N..%\ for some of the local mail. Here's a copy
of the good ole' Panama American. Someone said
that Lesbia Santos is writing free lance for it now.
S. I see Pat Casswell has been appointed official
hostess for greeting and entertaining visiting mid-
shipmen.. My. a picture of Jim Roddy. He caught
a 62 lb. snook; the largest ever landed .... Harry
Yohros has opened a store in Panama City which is
a branch of the chain in Colon. .... Ileana Brooks
and Mary Fisher are teaching in the University of
Panama. Ileana is a sewing teacher and Mary is
giving violin lessons . Lourdes Teano is returning
to her native home in the Philippine Islands to help
with the educational program there."
There is a polite knock at the door. It is Joyce
Hawthorne, the only married lady in the class. She
greets Mr. Beck and he replies. "I've just been read-
ing about some of your classmates. I saw Jerrald
Daughter while I was in South America. He was
touring the country exhibiting his prize winning
collection of pipes. Do you know where any of the
rest of your old gang are. Joyce?"

"1 saw quite a few of them while I was in Salt
Lake City this summer. John Irvine looked utterly
beautiful in his uniform. He is conducting tours
around Bryce Canyon .... Loraine Frankel has
opened up a Witte-Knitte Shoppe and is doing quite
well. . Jerry Dare has accepted a job painting
posters for the Barnum and Bailey Circus . The
only other one I saw was Mae Thomason and she was
a photographer's assistant for a man who tours the
country taking Hall of Fame shots for high school
annuals ... I have to rush over to the clubby and
eat now. Jeannette Marquard is the chief dietitian
for all of the clubhouses now and you'd be surprised
at the improvement in the food. Well. I'll be seeing
you."
"Here's the latest Commissary circular. Can you
imagine that. Harold Smith is supplying the commy
with dairy products from his farm. He has a pure-
bred stock farm in Colombia.... Betty Ebuenga has
been given a contract for purchasing Mexican
blouses for the commy."

"Hello, Bill Bingham! Glad to see you are on
hand for our prospective planning of the S.A. Budget.
Your advice over the past ten years has been ver)
valuable. See you tomorrow at ten.
Refilling his pipe. Professor P. Beck relaxed a
moment. "Those kids! They were such a headache.
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The Staff

The 1950 Caribbean Staff bids all adieu. It is our
sincere wish that you enjoy, this. our "1950 Caribbean."
We want to thank the Camera Club. and all the
students who turned in pictures for the year book. We are
grateful for the patience exhibited throughout the pro-
longed orgy of picture taking.
We wish to express our appreciation to Mr. BaileN.
Mr. Hanna, Allison Studios, Finlayson's Studios, Sosa's
Studios, Crafto Cover Co. of Chicago. Illinois, the South-
ern Engraving Co.. and the St. Petersburg Printing Co..
both of St. Petersburg, Florida.
We have only orchids for our generous patrons
whose names appear on the remaining pages of this book.
Again we say-Adieu.


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