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CRISTOBAL


HIGH


SCHOOL


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-PAT GEDDES and NANCY KAUFER

BILL BLACKBURN BEVERLY LINDSTROM
JANE COMPTON INEZ LOWE
PAT GEDDES VICTOR MIZRACHI
SANDRA HAMMOND CARMEN RAMIREZ
NANCY KAUFER JACK RANDALL
HELEN KISSAM VILMA SASSO
ANDREW LIM (Tigers) JEB WILKERSON
FRANCES WONG


Sponsor-DOROTHY HUFFMAN SMITH


Co-editors


THE STAFF
fY"omi litfYra literr tiges wtho were obliged to
YroU'l loud alnd long fo) this production.)


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MR. CARL MAEDL
For Vour li] rK' (OacKcrl o( thl-
studenits ail thcir ;itti\iti(cs . o
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failiilgl s ils o()1 11 tl .. .. and b('-
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(Class . wc (l'di(at thli 1951
Caribbcan to \on.


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IN APPRECIATION


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TIGER TRAINER PALUMBO


Once upon a time the outstanding ath-
letic teams rated the term "Tigers" be-
cause of their tigeristic prowess. Soon
the name "Tiger" became a symbol for
the entire Cristobal High School.

Since every school has its tradition,
Cristobal's tiger spirit has made Isthmian
history.

Coach Luke Palumbo has given his all
to further this fighting spirit.














"Give a yell, give a yell,
Give a loud substantial yell,
And when we yell, we yell like:
P-A-L-U-M-B-O, Yea-a- PALUMBO!


(Every tiger a fighter)


Left to Right: Helen Kissam, Pat Geddes, Joanne Reccia, Little
Judy Palumbo, Nancy Kariger, Shirley Trudeau, and Jacquie Boyle


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MR. PAUL LESTER BECK
"The fi'rrest tiger iin s. ool"


MISS BEVERLY RUOFF
Secretary
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1 1. Histoun
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MR. PAUL EVANCOE
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I t"umi;ln ( l;fs sponsor


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MR. CLYDE FLOWERS
General Math
I rigonomletIN l1o\s' Coniseloi
S. k. Accountant


MISS ELEANOR FARSTVEET
Household \ItI
Social Skiencu


MISS VIRGINIA KEENAN
I'h csnal i-.di jti)n
(,ills" l all iL %lpolsull


MR. NOEL GIBSON
Metal Shop, Melch:nictil Iiawing
Rifle Club SpoInsol


MR. OSWALD JORSTAD
Instrllmental Mu l i
Votal Music









MRS HD MAED MISS SOPHE LIMANS




























MISS BESS LITER

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COACH LUKE PALUMBO


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'MRS VERA MILLER PERRY
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COACH PAUL MOSEP mISS HELEN PATTERSON
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MR. CHARLe
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MR. JAMES STEARNS
Spanish 7, S
English 8


MiSS MARY JANE WIESEN
Engish 7. 5\loderl- \Voldd Historl
Social Science
Thespian Sponsor


MiSS M4Ru W J3FPELL
1), 1111atic -S, t'lnol
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MISS MAE WOLD
,Matlicmati-' 7, 6


PE9BNSON


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A September 18, 19-47
D)rAR AXt I Acc(;;iE:
Well, at long last I'm a genuine freshman and
we really proved ourselves at the annual freshmen-
sophom.ore brawl when we slaughtered the sopho-
L mores. Some of the kids are not fully recovered
yet. Our first year is looking mighty promising
with Edmund Coe for class President, Jay Troup
for Vice-'resident, Olga Leignadier as Secretary
and Carmen Ramire/ for Treasurer. Mr. Evancoe
is our class sponsor.
Love and kisses,
Frosh
June 10, 1948
S DEAR A NT AGGII::
Sorry I didn't write sooner but school has kept
me so very busy. Last October Mr. Paul Beck
replaced lIr. Theodore Hot/ as principal. Our

was a huge success. Our talent assembly went
over big with a radio program theme. Especially
the chorus line who gained the title of the "Rock-
ettes of C.H.S." For our annual picnic we had
a night swimming party at tie Washington Pool
which was loads of fun.

Love,
H I'll write again soon. Love,
Frosh
January 15, 19-19
)I DAR A\ N11 AGAH i:
Thanks so much for the wonderful Christmas
presents. School is more fun than ever. Guess
what? We won the brawl again this year, only
the second class in the history ol Cristobal High
School to do that. Were we happy! We elected
Larrv Cotanche lot class President and .Jimmy
Sullivan lor Vice-President. Sandra Hammond
is Secretary and Elinor Donahue is Treasurer.
Ir. Evancoe is our class sponsor again.
S So long for now.


All my love,


Soph
May 1, 1919


DE:AR At M tII AGAxItHA:
School is almost out once more and is every-
body glad. Not that we don't like school but a
vacation is so nice once in a while. We put on a
super Circus Dance last March, complete with
sideshows, hot dogs, and freaks. It was a lot of
work Ibit loads of fltu. We dlisplaCyed our talent
through a television show with singing com-
mercials and all.
Wheeeeeceee! Three whole months ot vacation.
Love and stuff,
Sopli
September 29, 1919
Di \R At NT AGATHA:
Gosl, I'm an upperclassman at last. It's such
a wonldeilul feeling. \Ve are sure to have a good
year with class officers Andrew Lim for President,
Rita Fisher for Vice-President, Pat Geddes for
Sc (rctar\, and Frances Wong as Treasurer. Miss


Liter is our class sponsor besides bearing with us
all through English II, a must for all juniors.
Also required is United States History which
really doesn't leave us with much time to write
letters so if I don't write soon, you'll know the
reason why. School was finally converted from
eight periods a clay to six one hour periods. It
makes a big difference as school goes much faster.
I'm running out of news.
Loads of love,
Junior
August 3, 1950
DEAR AtUN AGATHA:
Vacation is two-thirds over and I just got back
from the interior alter a wonderful time. I haven't
written to you in ages so I better bring you up to
date. Our class gave the Junior-Senior Banquet
and Ball last year. We had a spring theme with
beautiful hand painted programs and placecards
decorated with Ilowers. Everyone had a lovely
time. The next month we gave the "I Am An
American" Day Assembly with the help of the
music department. The juniors also took charge
of the decorations for Baccalaureate and Com-
lencemlent.
I can hardly wait for school to begin next
month.
Love,
IJunior
December 22, 1950
Mv DEAR AuNT AGATHA:
I can hardly believe it yet, but I'm a SENIOR,
at long last . this is my last year in Cristobal
High School. We have a swell bunch of class
officers with Andrew Lim for President again,
Frances Wong for Vice-President, Helen Kissam
for Secretary and Albert Attia for Treasurer. Mr.
Maedl is our wonderful class sponsor. Polio re-
strictions have limited our activities something
awful. Our Senior Formal was called off last
week. It was to be a Cinderella Ball and our
crowning achievement in high school. It was a
big disappointment. Last month we gave an as-
senbly in commemoration of Panama's Inde-
pendence which was very clever and amusing
besides being educational.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Your loving niece,
Senior
June 16, 1951
DEAR AItN AGATHA:
Commencement is over, I have graduated and
1 am now facing the world, its problems and com-
plications. It is a very strange feeling after being
protected behind the walls of Cristohal High
School these past four years.
Baccalaureate and Commencement themselves
were both wonderful. Everyone was so nervous,
but it was the most impressive and memorable
action of our twelve years of school. Thank you
for the lovely graduation gift.
Your loving niece,
Senior








ANDREW PARNELL LIM President

I)ctcinhT'rw 1932 S
Pluerto 1 1111ellCs.
Republic ol Panaaiii
".4 olo (/ of nii llolpl Iilo Ils"
( ,ce (Club 1. 4, (rch-stra 1. :. 4, -21
Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Art Hlit r sIorti 2, 3, 4,
(Caera Club 3, 4; ClaW Dance C.n
niithe 1, 2, 3, 4; Jhm imr senior Pr-nS
Conminittee 3; ('la.-, Asemblies 1, 2, 3. 4,
Dramatic ('clull 1, 2, 3. 4; Vice Pre.,s ilnt n
2; Pirsilent 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; S,ecr('
tar 2 ; Vice Preident 3; Be~Vt Ticresian
3; Talde ind taff 4, Caril ean .taff 4,
Ari Editor 4; t A. riepritentaiMe 1. '
(1L.- Pieidint 3. 4 ; \Water PIu. 1 :
Talent Night 2; Baccalurieate andul tCo'
im-nceliient 3; "Mr 4.andl Mr, North",
" .ife of tinhe PI.rtv" ; *"H.(iII h ckl Innh1 .|
",.Inny Kii.eIl Me", "Ar'encr and (Il
ELEN"; "The Black FIlaM n-cre Stagi
Crew 1. 2, 3, 4 ; C(andidate lot r A
Presni Cnnt 3; Sta3e Manager 3, lT C("
4; Fr.sh Stiph. Brawil Coach 3, 4


FRANCES CARMEN WONG -
Vice-President

() tobet 7. 19t33 i i
(olon, Republi( ofl 'anama
".-A/' il th'i fpirching"
V Illey all 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3,
B l.hl uinton 4; C('ame.i a C'll 1, 2, 3, 4,
lunimr Rifle Club 3, 4, ,cretar, and
Trieauleri 4; FT A 4; -ecretai\ 4 ; Dra
matic Club 1. 2,. 3, 4. SecrelarN 4; Na
tional Honot Scwietv 3,. 4; Pop Cluib 3;
Itirchestra I,. 2. 4; Ghl e Club 1. 2; )Dance *
Coninilttee' 1, 2, 4; juniorr S niior Prniw P^i
3, Cla- Aenilhle, 2, 3; Clas Trleasurci
3, Class Vier Pye'sleint 4; Tjrado\ind 4;
Carii lean sItaff 4; (Quill and ,croll 4


HELEN JANE KISSAM Secretary
"* h iic"
(htobi'l 1, 1932
Ea1t |()iange, Nt\\ |r-te\
"'/" il o *itn. o ifigm ard vit,'l il "
Vile ,bAll 1. 2. 3. 4; Ba1 kotball I. 2. 3. 4.
All tai.i 1, 2, 3, 4; S 1fthall 1, '2, 3. 4.
All stars 2, 3; Var.ity Club 1, 2, 3. 4.,
Pep Club 3; Prresleni 3; Pr'iLramis f.r
Alhl tiles 4; Drai atict Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
'las Secretary 4; Damine inn ith'es 1,.
_, 3, 4; Talent Nieht 2; Baccialaintieat
and Coiniencement 3; ('Clas A meinblic'
1, 2. 3, 4, Cheierleader 2. 4; Queen' -
Coutirt 4; F T A As. enbilb 4, Tiadelindl
Stalf 4; Caribli an Statll 4; 2,ointl ,
Make tup 1, 2, 3, 4; Kin Coiiiinilttee 3,
Frnsh 'oph Bra\tl Coach 4; Junior Senit,
Pro'r. ii Colliln ittee 3; F T.A. Puldicit,
Chlirmann: 1 ().T C C.mipain E Splnsor.,
Hoeiiniine Dance 3; Ch-adkhatimn Dance
2, 4 1


ALBERT ATTIA Treasurer

( olon. R.publti( l. PaoaIm ,i
April 17. 1933
"Admli il'd to l/"\
1,4btall 2. 3, Natinnal Honor tlcet"
3. 4; Cal lerd Club 4. Rifle ('lub 4;
P ()T"C 4; Torrid Zn, \Vuard- 3, 4,
.2.I Club 3; Vice Pre-rient 4, Cla-
Aemblies 2. 4, Dance G..m.littcer 2. 4,
Educhittn \Veek A-emlh] 4; (l- Tre,,-
urer 4


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ALFRED ALEGUAS
"Freddy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
November 29. 1932
"A handy arm in the
sport's world"
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1.
2, 3, 4


JANE DE BOYRIE
"/ iiey"t
Montreal. Canada
December 30, 1933
"Known for her poise
and refinement"
Volleyball 1, 2, 4; Softball 2, 3; Basket-
ball 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Band 3, 4;
Orchestra 3, 4; Rifle Club 4; Camera
Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4;
"Jennie Kissed Me" 3; "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 3; "The Black Flamingo" 4;
Senior Assembly 4; Educational Week
Assembly


JOHN JOSEPH ALEXAITIS
"Jack"
October 9, 1933
"A typical bo'"
Football 1, 2, 4; "B" League All-Stars 1;
Varsity Football 2, 4; Basketball 1; All-
Stars 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2;
Softball 2; "Life of the Party"; "What
a Life"; "Ramshackle Inn"; Stage Crew
1. 2; Glee Club 3; Boys' Varsity 4;
Junior-Senior Prom 3; Dance Committees
2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Class Assemblies
1. 3


HCS


JANE ELIZABETH COMPTON
"L u"
January 10, 1934
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Cute with 'Coie-hither eyes'"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; All Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 4; All-Stars 2; Varsity 2, 3, 4;
Badminton 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Band 1;
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4:
Cheerleader 2; F.T.A. 3; Camera Club 4;
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Dance
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior
Prom and Banquet Committee 3; Junior
Ring Committee 3; Visitation Day Com-
mittee 2; Baccalaureate and Commence
ment 3; National Honor Society 4;
Queen's Court 4; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 4


JOHN IRVIN ALLGAIER
J ohnt j,
Reading, Pennsylvania
August 25, 1931
"He's only ft. 5 in."
Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Varsit.
2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Senior Assembly 4;
R.O.T.C. 4; F.T.A. Assembly 4

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RUTH DANIELS
"Ruthie"
April 9, 1933
Columbia, South Carolina
"A friendly smile"
Volleyball 2, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Bad-
minton 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4
























LUCIANO ARIAS, JR.

(Colon. Republic ol Pana'ima
December 8, 19:31
"Po(iltel qutir"
Football 1. .2 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4;
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2; Siinulinn 1; ROIT.C. 4;
Orchestra 1, "'; Chorus 1, 2; Cla,
Asremblics 2, 3. 4


ANNA VICTORIA FISHER
Sir hic"
Colhm. Repu)iili o( Panamatnl
jtllx 29. 1933
"sher'l/ dl big things"
Volleyball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 2. 3 Ba e
ball 2; Strin, Ensemble 1, 2'; Ihl, etra
1, 2; Glee 'Clui 1. 2. 3, 4; ,Aoompanist
3". 3 4; Pep Club 2. 3; Camera (Cluh 1.
2. 3; Dramatic C'lub 1, 2, 3. 4: Tirril
Z.ne Wizards 3. 4: F T.A 3. 4. Prei-
dent 4; Honor Society 4. "eccetl ir 4;
Clia A-senbhlies 1, 2. 3, 4; Talnli NiIht
2; Junior-Senior Prom (onmmlitee 3;
Band 2


RICHARD GRAY AYCOCK
"l.illir Di"d l"
l'iIisburgh, P'enns\ I\ aniia
Maith 17. 1933
"lie hal\ hit .good iiilnii nts"
Football 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1.
FT A. A.\ embl\; Junior Senior Prom 3,
Camera 'Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Clas. Assemblies
1. 3, R I T C. 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
"Mr. and Mlri North"; "Ramishackle
Inn" ; tage Crew


HCS


RITA FISHER
"Pini "
Panaina (it\, Pan /ma
March 22. 1932
",S/l/ rO/l rind r /t n ,

\ollc\hb ll 1. 2; Baketball 1. 2, P.p
Squad 3. 4; Chorus 1. 2. Orche-trj 1, 2.
3, 4 ; Dramatic C('lub 1. 3. Treaurer 4 ;
C.M.F. 1. 2; Camera 1, 2. 3. 4; F T.A 3.
Vice President 4 ; National Art lHtnot
Society 3. 4; Tomrd Zone Wi/ards 3. 4;
Aisehmlie. 1. 2, 3. 4, Talent Night 1. 21
Dances 1, 2.. 3 4; (lais Vice Presltent 3,
Stage Sct \ne 3, 4; Baccal.auieate 3 ;
Junior Scniolr PImonm 3


WILLIAM P. BLACKBURN
".'tose"
Mlainc 17. 1932
C(.isab.il. (anal /one
"'/ig. I//,/. and arium, it "


Track 1, 2 3, 4; 'ar y 4 B ki-
ball I 1 ;, 4;.: Varsi' 1,. 2 3, 4. Va
,itiv Clul t ', 3, 4; Caribbean ,lAft 4 ;
Tradenind i t il l 4. Rifle Club, 1. i
matic ('hl. 1, 2. :3. 4; M r. anld Iis. T i- i
1 ; Ars'nic oln. ()Ih Lace 3, ( h, Job(lul 3


PATRICIA MAY GEDDES
"-l', .l"
M;la\ I 1 1933
Il, l Island, Niew Ytik
"I/'i el (I Iu I tintr"
Vollc ball 1. 2. 3. 4, All Stars 1. 3, 4.
Baketball 1, 2. 3, 4: All Stars 1. 2
ofth..ll 1. 2, 4; AllS tars 1 ; Varslly
(lub 1, 2. 3. 4. Vice Preidlent 3; Dr,
mlati C(Ilu 1, 2. 3. 4; Quall and "croll 4;
(las A.\- r iilie 1. '. 3. 4; Clas DIanrrc
1, -2, 4; Jlunior ,nir B Banqueit and Proni
bHomcinmn"I Dance 3; Graduatuon D.unr
1. ; \'isitaltion Day 2; Bra, l Coach 3.
[i11s (11,C11i lilttel 3; Baccalaurei ate I ani
i.itCi, nenc ienwplt 3; L"ife of the Pirt,",
Makl utp 2 ; Tradle\ind Sitai 2, 4, (',
, Editor 4; Caribbeain Stat 4; 4 I1 dit r

3 ; A n t ar 4 Fooll. Quii.en 4,
H () T attalon ponsr 4 ; Cheer
leader 2 3, -t


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EDWARD BRINGS
Eddie"
JulN 6, 1929
New London, C(onnectic(n
"A leader among men"
Football 1, 2, 3. 4; All-Stars 1, 3. 1.
Basketball 1. 2. 3; All-Star 1; Baseball
1. 2; All-Stars 1. 2; "C" Club; Secrrtar'
and Treasurer "C" Club


BARBARA GILLICK
"* B, II's"
Colon. Republic of I'anamai
July 13, 1933
"'oftllly poki n wourd
oiid i dig lified air"
Volleyball 3. 4; Basketball 3, 4; Glee
Club 2, 3. 4; F.T.A. 4; Class Vice
President 2; Class Secretary 3; Junior-
Senior Prom Committee 3; Semper Fidelis
1 2 ; Phi sisLma 3; .Journalism 3 ; Sodality
1, 2, 3


JOHN M. DAVIS
"'johlim. "
Colon. Republic of Panama
Felbruarv 14, 1930
"'Ah! those shoulllei.s!"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2. 3, 4;
Swimming 1, 2, 3 4; Vars 1, 3; arai1, 2, 3, 4;
Water Polo 1, 2; Varsity 1, 2; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3; Varsity 1, 2;
Varsity Club 2. 3, 4; Vice President 4;
"C" Club 4; Home Room Representative
1. 2, 4; Fresh and Soph Brawl 4;
Christmas Pageant 1. 2. 3


HCS


SANDRA MARIE HAMMOND

Fort Edwalrd. Ne, YoXik
December 24. 1!132
"A/1' '. got esva'i thingi
National Honor Society 3, 4; Art Honor
society 2. 3, 4; Torrid Zone W\izards 3, 4.
FT.A. 2, 3. 4; Secretary Treasurer 2;
Dance Committees I, 2. 3. 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Tri.dleind Staff 4; Tradle\ind
Ma,st 3; Library 4; Play Scenery 2, 3, 4;
Cla Asemblies 1, 2. 3. 4; Queen's
Court 4; Education l'eek Assembly 4;
Bacc.ilauell-al andl radiationn Commiit-
tee 3;. Graduation Dance Chairman 2
R.O T'r Company D Sponor; Quill and
Scr(ll 4


JOHN HENRY DROSTE
lohnny"
St. Louis. Missouri
\pril 15. 1932
"'Take' it ea'sv"
Dramatic Club 4; Assemibly 4; Rifle
Club 1. 2. 3. 4


CAROL ELAINE HARVEY
"Rlist\"
July 2. 1933
Meridian. Mississippi
"l)ainlv SXCoulthern lass"
Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Basket-
I all 3. 4; Softball 4; Assemblies 2, 3;
Dance Committees 1. 2; Junior Banquet
3; Senior Dance Committee 4


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RICHARD JOSEPH DUCOTE
"Dill:"
San lic.go. ( alilolmia
\ugu'tI I. 1933
"A rhii-ral ol la d"
(C S.M C. 1, 2, 3; B \Se' '" ; Trta.iurer
uf Clas 2; Man~l.r e r of FI:t.ll.. ll 3; N
tional Malhene tltc, H11,nir -cricty 4,
(C.lla ira ('lulb 4 ; Dr.ini (if. C ll) 4 ,
R OTC. 4; "BlaIk Flaitllmo" 4. Cla
Assemblies 4; Dance (lComitiees 4;
unlior-Senilr Pimni COiuInttee 3; FT A
A-cembly 4: Rifle Club 4


LOIS HOWARD
( lon. Repubil i>t PIanai
MaI li. 19i33
"l .-41 i\int i it /dii m "
V.ll,,bhl. l 2, 3. 4; B. isketballl 12. 3, 4;
BIll tiil lmLh i 3, 4, n ,Ithl all :, 4 1, Iti aI i

(Cla As nmbli>s 1. *2, 3, 4; Dam 1- Cmn,,
i .tter 1, ), 3, 4; lil G enio Plimn 3,
jIt -l[u deal 3; G ulmuation d


PAUL ALDEN ENGELKE

\nion. (,anal /one
Ala\ 27. 1933

Foot.ball 2, 3, 4; Tra k 2 3. llb l
1 llt ( 'iu, 0 3. 4, ( lo h t 1, 2
Gler t'hlb 3. Talni Niulht 1, 2


HCS


NANCY HALL KAUFER

Colon. Replulic ol I'anlaa
Mai\ 5, 1933
"The 'lil tdisel,.silinlm in l Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bakethall 1, 2, 3. 4,
Dance Coilm ittioi 1 2, 3, 4, Junit.-,
Senit.r Prom Comnniittec 3, Clas Assnti
blies 1, 2, 3. 4 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. 4,
Camera Club 4,; Secretary 4; Pep Club 2'
3; RinL Committee 3; Baccalamureate anld
Commencement 3; Quill and Scroll 4;
Jamboree Queien 4; Football Court 4,
Tradewiind Staff 4; Co-editor 4; Carih
bean S'taff 4; Co-cllor 4


FRANK HOLGERSON
131a I, 1933
Colon. Repiihl( ofl P'an ial
"HI iw'r awi 't'v /ilr"
Foothal 1, 3. 1, 4; Solliball 1, 2. 3, 4;
Baskethiall 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3; R {I T C -


OLGA LEIGNADIER
(niont. Rcpublt of Panama
Mla\ 11, 19:12S
"H r \p itl''lt ], ni 'bhaltf l -
Vollelhall 1. 3, 4. All Ista 1: Baske'l
hall 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3. 4:; P',

1e.ill.f 1. 2. 3 4 F T 1 i l 1 uni
nI, or Prom 3 : Bac, .i..l .i+te 3; Clec
Clulb -', 3. 4; oi ih'-nla 1. 2


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THOMAS MERRILL JORDAN
"Happy"
Mobile. Alabama
November 27, 1932
"'lFr)\bod'y likes Toin"
Football 1, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Basket-
ball 3, 4; Vars.ty 3. 4; Softball 4; Track
3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Boys' Varsity Club 4;
Home Room Representative 3, 4; Glee
Club 2, 3, 4


THELMA LEIGNADIER
August 2, 1933
Colon. Republic of Panama
"A lovely seinorita"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4; Softball 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4;
Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4;
F.T.A. 4; C.M.F 1, 2; Band 1; Orches
tra 1; Junior-Senior Prom 3; Dance Com-
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Baccalaureate 3


THOMAS HENRY KELLEY
"Tom"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He' new and different"
Water Polo 1, 2; Biology Club 2; "21"
Club 4; Class Assemblies 4; Education
Week Assembly 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4;
Picnic Committee 2


-HCS


BEVERLY ANN LINDSTROM
"RBev"
Colon. Republic of Panalia
November 10, 1933
"Prettv hut quiet"
Basketball 4; Volleyball 2; Softball 1;
Badminton 3; Pep Club 3. 4; Tradewind
4; Caribbean 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-
Senior Prom 3; Glee Club 2. 3, 4;
Assemblies 1. 2, 3


WILLIAM CLARENCE KNOTT, JR.
..Bill"
lJune 9, 1933
Washington. D. C.
"Seriou,. with a tout ch of wit"
Camera Club 4; Rifle Club 3, 4; "21"
Club 4; Senior Assemblies 4; Junior-
Senior Prom 3


INES BEVERLY LOWE
"A'eze"
Colon, Republic of Panama
April 30. 1931
"Aluwa'ius willing to help"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; Badminton 3; Dance
Committees 1, 2, 3; Class Assemblies 1,
2. 3. 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee;
Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Library Assistants 3; Glee Club 1; Edu-
cation Week Assembly; F.T.A.; Home
Room Representative 4


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VICTOR MIZRACHI
".I'ic"
Guatemala Cit%. (;.aliemala
March 4. 1932
"-Those devilii,h l n ofil hi,'"
Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1. 2; Ialent
Assemblies 1. 2. .4; Camera Club 1. 2, 3.
4; President 4; Rifle Club 1, 2. 3. 4;
Dramatic Club 4; R.OT.C. 4; Dance
Committees 2; Tradeivind Staff 4; Carib-
bean Staff 4


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EEVERLY ANN MADISON

1)clembe 31I. 1933
Colon. Republu of I'Panamua
/?" sir allt il fiiofinbc'"
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; \V*lleyball 1. 2 3. 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2. 3, 4,
"B" League All Star, 3; Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1; Glee Club 2.
3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Senir
Proml 3; Dance Comlnmittees 1, L, 4;
Class Assembly 1, 2


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DAN GEORGE NELLIS
"'Spooks"
Los -ngeles. C(alihtonia
I)ecenmber 9. 1930
"Big and 'eas going'"
Football 1, 2, 3; Var\ity 2, 3; Water
Polo. 1, 2, 4; Varsity 1, 2. 4; S u\immine
1. 2, 3. 4; Varmity 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball
1. 2. 4; Varsity 2; C laI A senmblies 1, 2,
3, 4; Baccalaureate and. Graduation 3,
Dance Conunittees 2. 3, 4


HCS


JUANITA MEEKS
ita"
October 19, 19313
'a\ette\ille. North (.arolina
"(entle' talmctismi.t cot'icmnil
with fl/iiimi re id hmiii"
Junior Senior Promn 3; Bot(ling 2, 3;
Tennis 2


JAMES RICHARD NELLIS
lir "
lhlh iw lk (.alilornia
Mar(th 16. 1932
"Cf/ /I iii, a d di nns t
Watei Polo ,2; Track 3. 4; S'nmmiiire
1. 2, 3, 4; soiftball 3. 4; Camera Club 4.
A.embnlie 1. 2, 4


CARMEN CECILIA RAMIREZ
Toitv"
])etember 5, 1931
Colon. Republic o( P'anama
"Ria' t local: and a 1m irrlt m h
Vollrcyh ll 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4 .
Badminton 3. 4; Camera Club 3. 4.
F.T A 3. 4; Junior c senior Pri. 3.
Dances 1, 2, 4; Assemblies 1. '2. 3. 4;
Glee Club 1; C.M F. 1, 2; Cl(-, Tre--
urer I Quill and ScrnIl 4 ; Tiaidol min
staif 4; Caribbean Stila 4; Librarm
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JACK HERBERT PEARSON
December 28, 1932
Franklin, Tennessee
"His waIns are my'slerious"
Softball 3. 4; Basketball 4; Camera Club
4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4


ELVIA RAMIREZ
"Sec"
September 12, 1933
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Sweet and shly"
Volleyball 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 3. 4; Badminton 3, 4; Pep
Squad 3. 4; C.M.F. 2; Camera Club 2,
3. 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1;
Library Assistant 1, 2; Class Assemblies
1. 2, 4; Baccalaureate 3; Junior-Senior
Prom 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 4


RAYMOND PINTO
"Racy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
December 26. 1933
"Scientific mind with
gay momenls"
Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; President 4;
"21" Club 2. 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Rifle
Club 2. 3; President 4; Softball 2. 3;
R.O.T.C. 4; Football ; Band 1, 2, 3, 4;
Orchestra 2. 3, 4; Class Assemblies 2. 4;
Class Dance Committees 2. 4


HCS


JOAN M. REILLY
loa ie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
December 7, 1933
"Just a little rascal"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3. 4;
Softball 3. 4; Badminton 3, 4; Glee Club
1, 2. 3; Pep Club 3; Camera Club 3;
Junior Senior Prom Committee 3; Dance
Committees 1, 3. 4; Baccalaureate Corn
nittee 3


JAMES A. RAMSEY
"Jimi"
September 16, 1932
Eagle Lake. Minnesota
"Filshing is his life'"
Softball 2; Baseball 4; Orchestra and
Band 1, 2, 3; Track 4


DOROTHY ROWLEY
"Dollie"
December 13. 1933
Jamaica. I.ong Island. N. Y.
"Full of fun and laughter"
Volleyball 1. 4; Softball 2; Badminton
3. 4; Dramatic Club 4; Dances 1. 2, 3. 4;
Junior-Senior Prom 3; Assemblies 1, 2.
3, 4; Talent Nieht 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2;
"What A Life" 2
























JACK CLIFFORD RANDALL

Mani 6, 1!13
AII(olt. (all;lI /OI1L







i 2, 4; R I.T C 4; 4,Assej,, Ii 2, 3, 4.
".-Awa'\\v in ll /he I/ hk ot lhing\"
Softball 1, 2"; lt,t 4..l 1, J:; Natinal
Honor Soniet\ 4; Dirmhitic C'lui 3, 4;
TheXpl. ,- 3, 4; Vic Pr .ident 3; P, i-T
dent 4; -'21" Club 2, 3. 4; Rifle ('lilt.

C i'ieji Club 4, Treaftivu r 4; (GIce (lulh
1, 2, 4; R O.T C 4; AS-em.I)e 1. 2, 3. 4.
Trailc\\imd 4; Caibbe, n 4; "Jen K ,i
Me"; "Arsenic and Ol()d L.ve" ; "The
Black Fl.rinu~no"; Debate Club 4; C.rnlli
!lte for S A Presilentc 3; Q(imll and
Scroll 4


PATRICIA MARIE RUDGE

(olon. Rcplbli( (if Panama
(hobe t29, I1933
".-I qu* t w f u m, t im, "
V ll, lall 3, 4, Ba1k lIl 3. 4; JIunmiU
'enmor PI om ; B c.; ilcc l .va.m : ;; Pop
1.1tldI 3 Iv111.1 l),llltI o -1


DAVID A. REDMOND
i),l.. .
I .aii (li \\ i, i a in
Malh 2. 19M1
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VILMA SASSO

Co'lolln. Repuiblk of I'alamlial
JIll 17. 1931
"(Cu' l/ hiol ,oilfd whItl ldiil,/i'"
\V Ille\l)all 1, 2 4; All t.ar-, 3, 4:
B-. kutlb.l] 1, 2. 3. 4,; uftI,) I 1, 2, 3. 4.
B.dnint,n 3, 4; C l F I, 2; Trade 1 l
SLtiff 4; C.riblbean tStalitt 4. Cla A,--.,,
bhli- 1, -', 3. 4; Dance Goinnitteeh 1, 2,
3. 4; Juniur-cnior Piomn ; Pep) Club 3


CHARLES ARTHUR SHERRY

Noeilbel 7. 1931
I il le\, Oklahlmna
". m a:-/ g/ it\ t 'il/ t, 'tt "
Fi.othall 1, 2, 3. 4; Va it i 3, 4 ; B ,-ket
hall 1. 2, 3. 4; ,,ftball 1, 2. 3. 4


MARY LOUISE SIMONSSON

\la 1l, 1933
(.,lon. Republic( 1 l Pan. na

V llehyball 3, 4; B,-k ll,,dl 4: l [.Bi lltn l
4, 1'la- A--s mbhe- 1 ', 3 4 lii1,
( r n.... 'attee ". 3. 4: .Jue-, -. P -;,,
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ROBERT C. SIEVERS
"Bob"
St. Louis. Missouri
August 3, 1933
"A shooter fiend"
Football 1, 2; Varsity 4; Baseball 2;
Basketball 1; Class Assembly 1; FT.A.
Assembly 4; Band 2


COLETTA ELOISE STIEBRITZ
"Slinky"
Columbus. Ohio
August 29, 1933
"Spry' and impislh"
Volleyball 4; All-Stars 4; Basketball 4;
Softball 4; Class Assemblies 1, 2; Dance
Committees 4; Orchestra and Band 2. 3


CARL L. SIMONS
June 29, 1931
Colon, Republic of Panama
"A courteous fellow'"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming
1, 2; "C" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President
3; President 4


HCS


EDWARD ARTHUR STEVENSON
"Eddy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
July 2, 1931
'A big lease with a roving eye"
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Talent Assem-
bly; Dance Committee 2; Junior Senior
Prom Committee 3; S.A. Representative
3; Rifle Club 3


RICHARD LANE SULLIVAN
"Dick" "Sullv"
April 10, 1933
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Tlie big cog, mound school"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1. 2, 3. 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Water Polo 1; "C" Club 3, 4; Dance
Committees 1, 2. 3, 4; Class Assemblies
1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Prom 3; Bac
laureate and Commencement 3; Visita-
tion Day Chairman 4; Orchestra 1; Band
1; R.O.T.C. 4; S.A. Representative 1;
S.A. Vice-President 3; S.A. President 4;
Queen's Court 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1, 2


JOHN TOWNSHEND
"Termite"
Colon. Republic of Panama
March 15, 1933
"A gallant ., ,l .... "
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Soft-
ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; "21" Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-
President 4; S.A. Representative 2; Or
chestra 1; Class Assembl.es 1, 2, 3;
Dance Committee 2; "Jenny Kissed Me"
2; "Arsen c and Old Lace" 3; R O.T.C. 4






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LEO A. TURNER
"Buddy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
August 8. 1931
Wings on' hi Ieerl"
Football 1, 2. 3. 4; Varsity 4 ; Baseball 1;
Softball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Track
1. 2, 3, 4; S uimn ing 1, 2; Rifle Club 1;
Dance Committee 1. 2. 3; Junior-Senior
Prom Committee 3; Band 1, 2, 3. 4;
Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4


HENRY WACHTEL
"'11atk\"
Meti. France
February\ 18, 1933
".\ir' to knoi'"
Football 1, 2, 3; "B" All Star 1. 2:
Softball 1, 2. 3; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4;
"B" All Itar 1. 2; Junior Var'it 3;
Baseball 1, 2; Track 1. 2, 3; S immini
2; Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 4; Band 2; Torrld
Zone W\izards 2. 3, 4; Rifle Club 3. 4;
Varsity 3; "21" Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Secre
tary and Treasurer 2; President 4; Alth
letic Council 4; Camera Club 4; Edu
cation \Week Assembly 4; RO.TC. 4,
Talent Assemblies 2, 3


MAX FUX
\mscter-dain, I'hllahud
I)ecnlber IS. 1931
-fits fid dlc /)/iaN, sw'e't msin
i,'chestra 1. 2; 'trio I n-emifl, 1. 2


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GUSTAVO VILLALAZ, JR.
"Gu(s"
Colon. Republic of Panama
September 24. 1932
".-! iwa'lkiin fashion plielf"
Assemblies 1. 2, 4; Dance Committee;
Junior Senior Prom 3









ELBERT RIDGE
"Biubb) '"
Ancon. Canal Zone
"A good Joe"
Football 1. 2. 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Soft
ball 3; Water Polo 1, 2. 3; All-Star 1;
Basketball 1. 2. 3: Education Week As
semblv 4; Track 3





















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WITTIEST Joan Reilly and Victor Mizrachi
"TIiE FUN GREW FASI AND FURIOUS" -Burns







Freddy Aleguas
Jack Alexaitis
John Allgaier
Luciano Arias
Albert Attia
Richard Aycock
Bill Blackburn
Ed Bringas
Jane Compton
Ruth Daniel
John Davis
Jane de Boyrie
John Droste
Dick Ducote
Paul Engleke
Anna Fisher
Rita Fisher
Max Fux
Pat Geddes
Barbara Gillick
Sandra Hammond
Carol Harvey
Frank Holgerson
Lois Howard
Tom Jordan
Nancy Kaufer
Tom Kelley
Helen Kissam
Bill Knott
Andrew Lim
Beverly Lindstrom
Olga Leignadier
Thelma Leignadier
Inez Lowe
Beverly Madison
Juanita Meeks
Victor Mizrachi
Dan Nellis
Jimmy Nellis
Jack Pearson
Raymond Pinto
Carmen Ramirez
Elvia Ramirez
James Ramsey
Jack Randall
David Redmond
Elbert Ridge
Joan Rielly
Dorothy Rowley
Patricia Rudge
Vilma Sasso
Charles Sherry
Robert Sievers
Carl Simons
Mary Simonsson
Eddie Stevenson
Coletta Stiebritz
Richard Sullivan
John Townshend
Leo Turner
Gus Villalaz
Henry Wachtel
Frances Wong


his pitching arm to Roy Wilson
his scooter and parts to Allen Blancy
his height to Jimmy Doyle
his wavy hair to Gilbert Smith
his will to study to Henry Lawrence
Miss Liter's English class to Dick Sassara
his 260 pounds to Margaret Ridge
tackle position to Ed Sears
has nothing to spare so she took everything with her
her southern accent to Karen Stroop
his brawn to Tommy Frey
orchestra to any unsuspecting underclassmen
his excellent attendance record to Carol Coleman
his black hair to Casey Zimmerman
his golf swing to Jimmy Scheibler
her typing ability to Pearl Herrera
her numerous talents to Jean Wong
leaves C.H.S. (he hopes)
her crown to the luckiest girl in the junior class
her tranquil personality to Harriet Burke
her driving ability to anyone who wants to commit suicide
her fish earrings to Nellie Holgerson
Miss Anderson and American Problems
Mirs. Bigelow to her sister
his 3 o'clock smoke to Pete Johnson
her bottle of peroxide to Iiane Dare
his masculine manner to Robert Granberry
Miss C.H.S. to Nancy Kariger
Mr. Flowers to the Junior Class
his artistic talents to Noel McGinn
her shorthand assignments to Rita Howard
her ability to read shorthand to Elena Lee
her streamlined biggerr" to Jeanine Nix
her fingernails to Yolanda Diez
her swing and sway to Kathryn Daniel
her fiery red hair to Dora Weich
his dimples and wavy hair to Aldo Pileri
his magic touch with machines to Don McLaughlin
his way with girls to Carleton Hallett
his quiet manner to Terry McNamee
his shooting aim to Leo Constantine
honor roll articles to an unsuspecting reporter
her crowning glory to Nidia Oliver
his place at Miss Liter's Round Table to Waltie Kuhrt
his interest in dramatics to Jeb Wilkerson
his independent ways to posterity
his roving eye to Paul Vhitlock
her witty ways to Virginia Fahle
her cultured laugh to Elsa Fernandez
her manpower to Margarita Barcenas
her sports ability to be divided evenly among her twin sisters
leaves. ......
his motor scooter to anyone crazy enough to ride it
his agreeableness to his brother
her typing ability to Ardis W\illoughby
his moustache to anyone who can grow one
Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer to Joanne Reccia
the S.A. Presidency to Bob Bailey
his blue-green eyes to Nancy Ramsey
his trumpet lip to Ann Thomas
his sports ability to Arnold Manning
his cooperative spirit to the student body
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AN ATOMIC OUTBURST OF JUNE 1961


Living in an era wherein daydreams were a
reality a C.H.S. tiger (no longer called "a
student") removed himself from a study hall to
do some intensive alumni hunting to complete
his assignment for Modern World History. Re-
luctantly he waved good-bye to MR. BECK (Yes,
still a-going strong) and climbed into his new
R-K Flying Saucer, the standard model now,
manufactured by those brilliant young engineers-
JACK RANDALL and BILL KNOTT. This
ariel wagon could go an amazing 1,000 miles per
hour, and has all the helicopter tendencies, as
well as every comfort of home.
Stopping off for refreshments in Mexico City
he decided to patronize the swankiest hotel,
"Hotel Palacio Villalaz." (The U.S. Government
would pay the bill, of course.) It was one of the
string of hotels scattered throughout Central
America owned by that Panamanian millionaire,
GUSTAVO VILLALAZ. Rumors were whisp-
ered in all the better circles that he loved lovely
ladies, especially chorus queens.
Who should be seen behind the soda fountain
but golden haired lad, JACK ALEXAITIS! It
appeared that he was working his way around
the world and was on the last lap of his journey.
While touring the city (seemed as though the
C.H.S. tiger had given up trying to get back to
school in one study hall's time) he saw written in
the brightest lights-the LEIGNADIER SISTERS
in "Showboat." VICTOR MIZRACHI (whose
column was taking the place of Walter Winchell's)
had said, "A talented team at their sensational
best in 'Showboat'."
Once more started on his journey old man
tiger whirled up to the United States. En route
he turned on the television screen. "Friends and
fellow countrymen lend me a few of your precious
seconds. You see before you a man who will find
a solution to all your problems. However, I will
make no fabulous promises . ."
"My goodness," screamed the tiger, "DICK
SULLIVAN is running for President of the


United States." Turning back to the screen he
was just in time to see RICHARD AYCOCK
being introduced as Dick's running mate. Enough
was enough so our tiger twirled the dial until he
picked up a professional basketball game. Long
JOHN ALLIGAIER was making another basket.
This famous Knickerbocker star was being ably
seconded by CARL SIMONS who held the Na-
tional Association title for high scorer.
Just then the Flying Saucer landed in North
Carolina. By this time news of the Tiger's alumni
hunt had spread and there to meet him were
RUTH DANIEL, who was now busily managing
the household of a sea-going husband, and
JUANITA MEEKS, that red-headed Director of
Public Health for Undernourished Football
Players. He heard from her that BILL BLACK-
BURN was unanimously elected All-American
fullback for the second consecutive year, and
JOHN DAVIS was appointed head coach at West
Point after having had a brilliant football career
starring for the Los Angeles Rams.
Having interviewed all alumni in the Caro-
linas the C.H.S. tiger flew on into Maryland and
made a stop at Johns Hopkins University. There
he shook hands with that internationally known
brain surgeon, ALBERT ATTIA, who was lec-
turing at his Alma Mater. Assisting him in all
his lectures and world-famous operations was
JOAN REILLY, his specially trained nurse.
They were all guests at a tea given by CAROL
HARVEY, wife of a Senator from Alabama. She
was a well-known Washington hostess and her
parties were considered to be very delightful.
Also a guest was another C.H.S. alumnus from
the nation's capital, Dr. JOHN TOWNSHEND,
Democratic Senator from Maine.
On the journey to New York after bidding
Maryland a fond farewell, the C.H.S. tiger de-
cided he wanted some entertainment. Having
already tried out television he turned on the radio.
Soon the Saucer was filled with the golden voice
of the new singing sensation, TOM JORDAN,







better-known as the "Heartbeat." He was tihe
newest sizzle-bug (teen-age) rage. The back-
ground music was rhythmically supplied by LEO
TURNER and his Atomic Jumplers, one of the
lines orchestras in the country. Leo was con-
sidered the "Harry James" of the music world.
His regular vocalist, it was announced, had laryn-
gitis and was unable to perform. She was Miss
DOROTHY ROWLEY, who was quite well
known lor her hill-billy numbers.
Finally the C.H.S. tiger landed on Sherry Field,
formerly La Guardia Field, but renamed for the
construction engineer, CHARLES SHERRY,
after he rebuilt it with special fields for flying
saucers and jet planes. As he stepped olf the
field someone thrust the "New York Times" into
his hands. Glancing through he saw that NANCY
KAUIFER was editor-in-chief. "Guess that's why
circulation has increased," he muttered. On tlhe
sports page were the headlines "JANE COM P-
TON Wins High Jump In 1961 Olympics" and
"VILMA SASSO Breaks Women's Scoring Record
For Volley Ball With Powerful Serve." Further
on he saw this advertisement, "Graumian pre-
sents ANDREW LIM, versatile actor and wiinner
of the New York Critic's Award, in 'Macbeth,'
scenario and stage sets by RITA FISHER ac-
claimed as an artiste belonging to the same group
as Michelaneglo and Raphael." Reading on lie
noticed that JOHN DROSTE was starring in the
thrilling movie serial, "Tommy Tomorrow, Cap-
tain of the Future." Then his eye was caught
by a sketch ol a ravishing evening gown. Under-
neath it said-"He'll be gallant and romantic
when you're in a dress designed exclusively for
you Ib HELEN KISSAM. S8-0 )up. Her originals
are worn by SANDRA HAMMOND, one of the
best dressed women in the world."
On the music page the tiger read that ANNA
FISHER. talented concert pianist, was making
her debut at Carnegie Hall along with HENRY
\ACHTEL and his velvet-voiced violin.
Climbing back aboard the Saucer tile alumni
hunter turned on the automatic pilot so that it
would stop in Dayton, Ohio. There he visited
COLETTA STIEBRITZ, founder of a "Learn
Poise and Glamour in Ten Lessons" establish-
llmenit.
As the C.H.S. tiger hopped from state to state
he met: ROBERT SIEVERS very busy support-
ing a wife and ten children ED\WARD
STEVENSON courting a rich socialite from New


York PAT RI'DGE keeping house lor 1)AN
NELLIS who was working as a longshoreman in
Puget Sound RAYMO(NI PIN)TO, distil-
guished scientist, working on a pill that will
make his wile, JANE DE BOYRII, a natural
platinum blonde.
Going through California lhe tiger lotud:
BIEVERLY MADISON modeling lor an text elusive
Los Angeles designer JIM RAMSEY setting a
new fishing (story) record PAT GED)1)DES
reigning as Queen ol the Rose Bowl at Pasadena
- DICK DUI)COTE, Admiral of the Pa tili Fleet,
docking with the lleet in San Diego (rultmors are
that he was seeing a lot ol a certain dress designed
in New York) also in with the lleet. doing the
town, were Rear Admirals ELBERT RIDGI)(E
a n d F RAN K H1 0 G E R ( SON PAll.
ENGELKE winning the U.S. Amateur Opens lot
(;olt the third consecutive year -- TOM KELLEY
being groomed by M.G.N( to take Montgometry
Clift's place posters announcing that BEV'ER-
LY LINI)STROM has won the title ot Mrs.
America of 1961 ELVIA RAMIREZ, personal
secretary to JAMES NELLIS, tycoon and owner
of Motor Scooters, Inc.
Leaving the States and flying ac ross the wide
Pacific Ocean the C.H.S. tiger continued his hunt.
In Hong Kong INEZ LOWE, wile ol the U.S.
ambassador to China, was having a I hge reception
ill little 'ole Mr. Tiger's honor. Among the guests
were many alumni. They were JACK PEAR-
SON, who had been teaching phy sics at tile
Shanghai University FRANCES WONG, per-
sonal physician to the President of China and
his wile CARMEN RAMIREZ, wife of a South
American millionaire, who was traveling around
the world with her friend, MARY SIMONSSON
- MAX FUX. who ownedI a group of theaters
lamed tor their quality.
Zooming home once more the C.H.S. tiger saw
that there was on noe more alumnus left ni the list.
\Vhent he landed on the field he was lmet bI a
Panamanlian diplomat whose dutV it was to wel-
conie any visitors to Panama. As the tiger shook
hands with him, he saw that this was thle missing
ahlutmnus, LU'CIANO ARIAS.
Once moe happily entrenched in thle halls of
C.H.S. tile tiger had to admit that thlse alumni
were distinguished stucc(.tsses, andt that lilt ill a
dr-eary study hall was, except lot this particular
assignment, inlcomlparable to the glamorotus lives
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First Row: K. Argo, J. Bagby, G. Bennett, A. Blades, J. Blair, T.
Brennan, V. Bryant, H. Burke, J. Chan, and H. Compton.
Second Row: L. Constantine, L. Croft, K. Daniel, J. Doyle, J. Dum-
bauld, B. Egolf, H. Ferri, T. Frey, M. Gardner, and C. Gerchow.
Third Row: R. Grace, A. Gillick, E. Guardia, M. Hall, C. Hallett,
R. Harris, R. Henson, J. Jenkins, T. Jenkins, and L. Jones.
Fourth Row: M. Joudrey, N. Kariger, J. Lewis, A. Lim, D. Mac-
Sparran, 1. Malca, M. Marquard, L. McKail, J. McKeown, and
M. Morland.


Fifth Row: R. Orvis, R. Pabon, Y. Penaherrera, C. Pinto, D. Ponder,
M. Pretto, J. Rankin, R. Reed, L. Rhinehort, and I. Roberts.
Sixth Row D. Rubelli, R. Salter, D. Sasso, N. Sasso, J. Scheibeler,
L. Scheidegg, B. Sherry, M. Sherry, A. Simons, and C. Smith.
Seventh Row: E. Sterns, L. Stevenson, B. Tarr, R. Tatelman, D. Tay-
lor, A. Thomas, J. Tome, J. Tome, R. Vi'lo'az, aid G. Wachtel.
Eighth Row: W. Wetzel, J. Wilson, and J. Wood.


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First Row: J. Anderson, A. Bernardez, J. Brennan, V. Bringas, D.
Brown, T. Catanzaro, T. Chin, N. Chitrit, M. Chong, and D. Cockle.
Second Row: R. Connard, N. Courtwright, L. Cox, D. Cunningham,
J. Custer, J. Delaney, T. Didier, M. Didrickson, K. Dignam, and
S. Dinkgreve.
Third Row: T. Dyer, K. Ferguson, G. Ferro, M. Fraser, C. Gagnon,
C. George, D. Geyer, P. Hami!ton, A. Hannigan, and G. Harris.
Fourth Row: J. Hotgi, J. Hayes, B. Hickey, R. Hodges, J. Holgerson,
T. Hughes, E. Jenkins, V. Kam, D. Kissam, and H. Kyle.


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Fifth Row H. Kyle, A. Lara, J. Lara, C. Lessard, A. Lim, N. Lowe,
S. Mann, D. McLaren, S. McNamee, and S. Mi!burn.
Sixth Row: B. Newhard, E. Penaranda, M. Peterson, G. Platkevich,
J. Pompelli, D. Preston, J. Ramirez, R. Reccia, R. Reiss, and J.
Robinson.
Seventh Row: R. Roe, E. Rosania, K. Roscoe, J. Rowley, B. Sanders,
R. Santos, R. Sasso, E. Sears, I. Servanti, and P. Shank.
Eighth Row R. Smith, C. Tabor, M. Tagaropulos, C. Thompson,
N. Tom, C. Tuttle, C. Tuttle, E. Ulrich, A. Vandergrift, and A. Vi'a.
Ninth Row E. Walsh, R. Williams, R. Young, and M. Zimmerman.


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The Student Association is govern d u cording to Parliameniitar
Procedure by the Student Council. A representative and an alternate is
elected from each home room. In addition there is the President, I)kk
Sullivan; Vice-President. Bo Balilev: Secrcetary. Pat (;eddcls. and ITrCeaslurer,
John Fahnestock.

This year although polio played a very important part in cancelling
most school activities, the Student Association was particu larly s'lcessiul.
The Student Association sponsored ;a tivitics, those that could be held,
were tinanciallv successful.
A vote of appreciation goes to sponsor. Mr. Buel Robinson, who had
the patience and fortitude to direct and endure all meetings. His (alm-
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Ist row, Left to Right: T. Jordan, Mr. Robinson, J. Fahnestock, B. Bailey, P. Geddes, and R. Sullivan
2nd row, Left to Right: E. Rosania, J. Holgerson, A. Thomas, B. Didrickson, 1. Lowe, J. Boyle, N. Kariger
3rd row, Left to Right: T. Salter, J. Davis, W. Kuhrt


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MUSIC


Music, the language everyone speaks, holds its
place in Cristobal High School under the di-
rection of that favorite instructor, Mr. O. E.
Jorstad. Three departments, the Orchestra, Band
and mixed Glee Club, in addition to these three
outstanding groups, Mr. Jorstad inspires the
String Ensemble and the boy's Glee Club.


Each year the Music Department provides ex-
cellent entertainment during the Christmas and
Easter Season. Unfortunately, because of circum-
stances beyond control, the famed Christmas
Festival and Pageant were cancelled.
The Glee Club made history with the Fred
Varying arrangement of "Dry Bones" and "Coun-
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National Honor Society

The highest honor which can be bestowed upon amy C.H.S.
Tiger is membership in tilhe National Honor So(city. The students
elctted to this society are first ( chosen because of a "B" or better
average and must ex(cl in character, leadership, and service. Further
achievement may be expected of these a(ademit Tigers when they
leave the Cristobal den.
Albert Attia. Sandra Hammond, Frances Wong, Jane Comnpton,
Jack Randall, and Anna Fisher are the lucky six cuIbs who hold
membership in this group. They arc led b) a most capable and
efficient sponsor, Miss Je.anne Brown.


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Art Honor Society
The National Art Honor Society
elected and initiated into its midst
five new members this year. They
each tilled the requirements to ob-
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,:. man display consisting of at least
ten different pieces of work in at
least ten different mediums.
The three old members: Andrew
Lim, Sandra Hammond, and Rita
Fisher were glad to see the five
underclassmen, Virginia Fahle,
Irma Leignadier, Diane McLaren,
Marion Didrickson, and Stephanie
Milburn carrying out active work
for the next year.


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Here they till their heads with the knowledge only hooks can supply.
Our library boasts ot the latest and best books tor the high school
student. It comnpres w\itl the above-average high school library:
as most high schools do not have their own, but are required to use
the public library in the vicinity. Every tiger student appreciates
and knows this fact; therefore, each respects and enjoys the privileges
ot their library.
The library staff this xear consisted of Ardis \Villoughb. Lois
Scheidegg, Sheila NlNarnee, and Sandra Haimmond, all under the
supervision ot Miss Brown.


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The year 1951 marked the introduction of the Reserved Officers Training
Corps of Cristobal High School. The students are grateful to those who strove to
attain an R.O.T.C. in Cristobal.
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Left to Right, Lost row: Mr. Charles Wallace, sponsor; Andrew Lim, Isaac Malca, Robert Granberry, Jeb Wilkerson, Francisco Wang,
secretary
Middle row: Carl Pinto, John Fahnstock, Keith Moumblow, Robert Bailey, Thomas Kelley, Noel McGinn, Isaac Ostrowiak
Front row: Harry Compton, Jack Randall, Albert Attia, vice-president; Henry Wachtel, president; Raymond Pinto, Thomas Frey


The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club
The Junior Rifle Club ol Cristobal High School first made its
appearance in 1947, having 48 charter members. It is probably the
biggest and most active club in the school. A great mlany improve-
ments have occurred since 1917, such as concrete for the range, new
rifle cabinets and new equipment. The club has set many high
goals and will no doubt reach them under the able guidance ol the
sponsor, Mr. Gibson, and the assistant instructor, Mr. Brians.


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In order tor an organization to be worthwhile it imuIst achieve somI aim.
The aiml ol the "21" Club is to advance PaIamericanisilm. At the beginning ol tlhe
school year each member is assigned a Southern ol Ce(ntral An. rican (ountrv hel
is assigned to seek information about it. The exchanging ol these letters tends to
seal new Iriendship and create better understanding between the countries. Also
guest speakers arc invited to the "21" Club meetings. I'Thy tell ot their expelriences
in the dillerent countries. The Rotari Club. the sponsors, award generous prices
I..r the three best reports at the end ol seal.
Mr. Beck and Mr. Wallace, the iacult\y sponsors, are a great help in getting
the guest speakers and helping the )bos acquire information lor their repo Is.


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The Camera Club
IThe Camera Club, this year under the supervision ol
Mr. Bixby and president Victor Mizrachi, spent their time
taking pictures for the year book and in improving their
picture-taking technique, developing, printing and enlarging.
The other officers were: John Townshend, Vice-
President; Nancy Kauler, Secretary: Jack Randall, Treasurer.


Torrid Zone Wizards
The Torrid Zone Wizards ol Cristobal High School had its beginning in
1942 when it was organized by Mr. Carl F. Maedl. The sponsor of the club is now /
MIr. Brians.
In order to obtain membership in this club, one must show an active interest
in some field ot Science. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship. The
trip to Barro Colorado Island in Gatun Lake has become almost a tradition for 1
this active club.






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Left to Right, Back row: Noel McGinn, Frances Wong, Jack Randall. Front row: Carmen
Ramirez, Nancy Kaufer, Jane Compton, Pat Geddes. Inset: Sandra Hammond


011f111a(1 St Io oi is illt 11101(tdatllldl ltt ho r.al-
socic~tv lot High Sthool Iolt,1Iisrs I hc t p-o.:
of this ( b is, to scj the standtlatrd of highi sclhoof
jourlnailismt attf to Still)llatthtt ltelC.'t III join1oni 11-
istif cnrud or. It is th1 e 1111 r .t li eti ftor tht t icti
of journalism anIld its alliliawd al;tctivitics.


The Future Teachers of America was organized in 1949 to further the
noble cause of teaching as a profession. This year's project was a study
of the United Nations in addition to the regular practical contacts with
teaching and teachers.


FUTURE TEACHERS
OF AMERICA


Stranding: Ann Henriquez, Miss Anderson, Sponsor, Helen Kissam. Sitting left to right: Olga Leig-
nadier, Noel McGinn, Carmen Ramirez, Jane deBoyrie, Rita Fisher, Sandra Hammond, Inez Lowe,
l aFrances Wong, Secretary and Anna Fisher, President. Inset: Nancy Ramsey, Thelma Leignadier,
SIMaydelle Gardner, Nellie Holgerson.




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National

Thespians

Other. e are more than (i)00
Thespians troupes cover- t
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Cristobal Troupe No. 217
is the only one outside cthe
continental limits. The
motto is "Act \well your
part. There all the honor
lies." The honor ol being
"Best Thespian" went to
Andrew Lim.
To be eligible lot Thespi.,In n111 .i ll I, ,l 11'
student must earn ten points on some phase ol
dramatics throughout the school year.
The officers for this l ear are: President. ja(k Randall:
Vice-P'resident, John \\ilkeion: and Se etar\., Yolandla
Diez. Mr. Beck is the ad\isol.


Dramatic Club


The aim and ambition of every member ot the
Dramatic Club is to achieve membership in tih
Thespian Society. The )production stall ol the
plays are chosen from this group.
Once every year new members are initiated and
are voted in on their ability to perform some
phase ot dramatics.
The I)Dramatic Club is Cristobal High Sthool's
largest club. Every year the club precsnts a night
ol plays, directed by the members themselves.


I'his \ear's
(titc ers were:
President. John
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Yolanda Diez:
Secretary IFran-
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Hammond, Albert Attia, Henry Wachtel, Andrew Lim, Jack Randall. Third row: Barbara Gillick, Anna Fisher, Elvia Ramirez, Mary Simons-
son, Frances Wong, Raymond Pinto, Carol Harvey, Coletta Steibritz. Fourth row: Rita Fisher, Pat Geddes, Ines Lowe, Vilma Sasso, Beverly
Lindstrom, Nancy Kaufer, Instructor Mr. Gibson


Driving Class


The driving class was just organized this year.
Only Seniors 17 years old were permitted to take
the course. During the course they had to pass a
test of traffic rules and regulations whereupon
they were entitled to a learner's permit. The final
test was given at the license bureau. The In-
structor is Mr. Gibson.


Debate Club

Organized just this year
by Francisco Wong and
Noel McGinn, the Debate
Club opens a new field of
activity. With the develop-
ment of speaking ability as
its theme, it otters a great
deal of interest to C.H.S.
students.
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The Football Jamboree in which Balboa High
School, Junior College and Cristobal High School
all participated was held for the first time on
September 28, I'i"ii
The highlight of the evening was the arrival of
the three queens representing the three schools:


Mary Lea Azcarraga, Junior College; Annette
Godby, Balboa; Nancy Kaufer, Cristobal.
Three quarters of football were played along
with several contests of punting, kicking and
running. Junior College walked away with the
honors with Cristobal second, and the Bulldogs
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Front row: Wong, Chin, Reed, Kurht, Humphrey, Johnson, Thompson, Arias, Reccia. Second row: Blackburn,
Jordan, Zimmerman, Grace, Weaver, Davis, Aycock; Sullivan, Bailey, Sassara. Third row: Ducruet, Manning,
Alexaitis, Whitlock, Salter, Sherry, Sears, Bryant, Bringas, Taylor. Fourth row: Ferro, Jenkins, Turner, Sievers,
Hughes, Engleke, Gerchow, Benett, Orvis, Bagby.


Coptain-DICK SULLIVAN
Most valuable player-ARNOLD MANNING


BASKETBALL TEAM

Front row:
Whitlock, Smith, Bailey, Manning
Second row:
Bryant, Blackburn, Allgaier, Sullivan


COACH PALUMBO














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CHAMPIONS


Left to Right: D. Sullivan, J. Hatgi, J. Anderson, B. Bailey, T. Salter, R. Wilson, G. Smith, L. Rhinehart, E. Sears,
Coach Palumbo, T. Hughes, A. Manning, B. Salter, J. Ramsey, P. Johnson, W. Kuhrt, E. Ridge


Junior College
Balboa
Junior College
Junior College
Cristobal
Balboa


Cristobal
Balboa
C.z.J.C.


LFAGUE STANDINGS
W L Pet.
5 1 .834
2 4 .333
2 4 .333


Cristobal
Cristobal
Cristobal
Cristobal
Balboa
Cristobal








Girls' Varsity Club


The Girls' Varsity is ;inl (cxlu tsivc sports cluilt),
To become a member a girl iiist participate in
at least two all-stars in one year.


officers are: Jacquie Boylc, President: Nancy
Ramsey, Vice-President; and Joanne Rcccia, lLB 4 1I
Secretary-Treasurer., I N )

This year the annual initiation was held at the '
(atun Swimming Pool. : '

The members are Jane Compton, Dora Weich, Mary Ann Hanni-
gan, Mildred Marquard, Lois Scheidegg, Nancy Kariger, Irma
Leignadier, Nellie Holgerson, Ann Thomas, Helen Kissam, Pat
Geddes, Julieta Lewis, and Margaret Ridge.










S"C" Club

\ The Boys' Varsity Club is one of the top organiUations of the
S' school. To be eligible for this club a boy illist letter in one sport, and
j qtualifv two ve nr, in I rrw

Ill \t 11 it nI I-\ |"..-essed the essential requirements and were
niti.,I I lilt., tI i ll, i11 Il.cember. The new membership includes:
SI it k \ ..-n k I',11, \\. 1 (;t Casey Zimnl eran, Charles Sher-ry, Jack
S ll.ri-i. |,P L \l. n i- 1nil Whitlock, Vernon Bryant, Bob Grace, and


I-lhe club helps to olliciate Intra-
.. mural Basketlall games and thlt an,-
in-.lal Intra-School Track Meet.

ST Varsity (Club is under the piri-
e (icicy of (Carl Simons, the \'it -
SPresident is John I)avis, a1nd tilh
Sicrutair-Ticasurl r is Eddie Briiugas.

SThet oldl llcalmbIr s of this club in-

Pete Johnsoni, Bob Bailcv. Arnold
i Mlanniii, and Dick Sassira. The
I sponsor of the (]lu is Coach Palum)bo.








VOLLEYBALL


INTRAMURALS


No. 1 No. Carolina Champions
Won 9 Lost 0
Fr:rr k: ROra Howard Aurora Lim RoFalie Young. B.-tt, Gagnon
tI d l. ti : France: Gr.r, June RowlEy Carl-ni Tab.r. and Inez
Lo.e
E...:. :.. Dina Sa-or Jeanmne N.x, Margare- R.dg.. CapTain,
ond Nanc, Sa.:o


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No. 4 Tulane
Won 4 Lost 3
.''rr I: ..ri M.drd Marquad Ali. Hann.gan t.ar
gar.,a Bar.-no, Barbara Egoll Mar.e Frawr Morion
Didr,cLk on Jlr.a Lor.a M rgar.i Gom.la Joonr.
Rccra '. >-. and Koren Srroop


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No. 5 Michigan
Won 5 Lost 3

Left to Right, Joan Holgerson, Dora Welch No- .-,
Kaufer, Thelma Leignadier, Leticia Stevenson Arlin
Lim, Norma Lowe, and Nidia Oliver Front Ja.:qu. -
Boyle, Captain


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No 8 Yole
Won 0 Lost 8
Left to Right
Front Row: Barbara Sherry, Martha Graham, Yolanda
Penoherrera, Gwendolyn Kariger, and Carol George
Back Row: Irma Leignadier, Pat Geddes, Captain and
Shirley Trudeau









"A" League Volleyball Champions


Left to right, front row: Nancy Sasso, Dinah Sasso, Nellie Holgerson, Jane Compton, and Jacquie Boyle
Back row: Vilma Sasso, Coletta Stiebritz, Joanne Reccia, Jeanette McKeown, Margaret Ridge, and Mary Ann
Hanningan


The "A" League placed first in inter-scholastic
games this year. The team was coached by Miss
Virginia Keenan who has taught here in C.H.S.
for lour years. Congratulations must be given to
the "A" League for winning tour games in a row
lor the first time in years. The standings of the
victorious "A" League were as follows:


C.H.S.
B.H.S.
C.Z.J.C.


W L
4 0
9 9





"B" League Volleyball Champions


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Left to right, front row: Mildred Marquard, Nancy Kariger, Alice Hanningan, and Dawn Preston
Back row: Janice Rankin, Carline Taber, Arline Lim, Ann Thomas, Lois Schcidegg, and Dora Weich


Atter two well plaNed games the "B" League
emerged undefeated. It might be added that
Coach Keenan gave a dinner at the Golf Club for
the girls' efforts. The "B" League standings are:


C.H.S.
B.H.S.


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1951 BASKETBALL ALL-STARS


Nellie Holgerson
Junlc.,


Jane Complon
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Nancy Kariger


Joanne Reccia
J unior

Jacquie Boyle
Junior







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Sophomore

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Sophomore


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The Staff
The tigeristic journalism staff is about .
to leap out of your lives forever, "
leaving as its monument these pages.











Before we leap. we pause to express our gratitude to: Sosa Studio, for the fine
Hall of Fame pictures: NMr. Bailey, Mr. Kaiuer, and iMr. Hanna, for their sports
pictures; St. Petersburg Printing Co. and the Southern Engraving Co., both ot
St. Petersburg, Florida; our sponsors, the businessmen of Colon and Panama who
gave us their financial support: the Camera Club, lor its contributions: last but
not least, we wish to thank the faculty and students for their gracious co-olperation.


To Our Special
Well-Wishers Who
Dug Deeply Into Their
Pockets For
A Contribution


ABC,
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MR. AND MRS. M. KISSAM
MR. AND MRS. S. HAMMOND
MR. AND MRS. F. PINTO
MR. AND MRS. R. L. SULLIVAN
DR. AND MRS. J. WILKERSON
MR. AND MRS. V. FISHER
MR. AND MRS. DIEZ
DR. AND MRS. R. deBOYRIE


Co-editors: Pat Geddes and Nancy Kaufer
















Mr. Flowers: "If you had seven apples and I asked you for two, how many would you have left?"
Dick Aycock: "Seven."


Royal

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Congratulations
to the Class of '51


Netherlands

Ship Company






COLON, R DE P

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Miss Liter: "How would you define 'unaware'?"
Dick Sullivan: "It's the last thing I take off at night."


Compliments of

SHAWS RADIO CENTER

PANAMA COLON BOLIVAR AVENUE COLON


GoloM. Imp t


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WHOLESALERS

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Compliments of

Bestfit Clothes

lth STREET COLON


NATIONAL

Mattress Factory

Melendez Avenue
Between 10 and 11 Streets
COLON






"Best in Rest"

















"Is she a natural blonde or a platinum blonde?'
"Neither. She's a suicide blonde."
"A suicide blonde? What's that?"
"Dyed by her own hand."


"Here comes the parade, Johnny. Call
"Upstairs, dad, waving her hair."
"Goodness! Can't we afford a flag?"


your mother. Where is she?"


Firemen's Insurance

Company
"The Loyalty Group"
WORLDWIDE INSURANCE
Balboa Cristobal
2-1883 3-2320


Compliments of


E. O. HAUKE


Construction Co. Colon, R. de I'.


Casullo Jewelery Store

Front Street No. 45, Colon
Telephone 848 Colon, R. de P.


Compliments of


John Surany


11th and Front Telephone 77 Colon


Rest in Comfort

at the


Washington Hotel


The Best in Service and Food



Dinner Dances on Special Occasions



Telephone 3-2116


Best of Everything to
the Class of 1951




KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

Cristohal Council No. 1689






Espave Avenue Margarita. C. Z.
























"Abbott," cried Costello, "Abbott! My feet are frozen and they're sticking out of the covers."
"You fool," answered Abbott, "why don't you pull them in?"
"Oh, no," said Costello, "I ain't putting those cold things in bed with me!"


PANAMA AUTO, S.A.



ldimLde ancd Packaod
AUTOMOBILES


SIXTEENTH STREET MELENDEZ AVENUE
COLON, R. DE P.


Compliments to the Class of '51

FROM


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Good Pictures at a Low Price



CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE





































""Studentais Lop It 1 p). loo"'


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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

GREAT WHITE FLEET

/etRuw Te Se'ae 4meewica&


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Offices


UNITED FRUIT BUILDING
CRISTOBAL
PHONE 3-2121


CENTURY CLUB
PANAMA CITY
PHONE 523 524


"Is this number 1-1-1-1?" asked the voice over the telephone.
"No," replied the moron. "This is eleven-eleven."
"Sorry to have bothered you," said the voice.
"No bother," said the moron. "I was getting up anyway to answer the phone."


Compliments to the
CLASS OF 1951


SMOOT-HUNNICUTT


S.


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TELEPHONE 800


COLON, R. P.


DISTRIBUTORS


BUICK
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THANK YOU!

HERFF-JONES is Proud to Have Been
Chosen to Manufacture
Your Class Ring


HERFF-JOTES CIOIPA1 Y
Represented by Calle Estudiantes No. 136
E. A. LEWIS Box 1408, Panama


"Young man," said the professor to the student who kept on interrupting, "are you trying to instruct this class?"
"Certainly not, sir," said the student.
"Well, then, don't talk like an idiot."


CIVA, S. A.


"YOUR FRIENDLY PONTIAC, CADILLAC AND GMC
DEALER IN COLON"


16th and Melendez


Phone 1369


COLON







Compliments of


Miss Liter: "When I say 'I have went' what is wrong with that sentence?"
Henry Ford: "It's wrong because you ain't went yet."


Congratulations to the Class
of '51


R"e.4cC


Representatives


in


PANAMA


Mr. Wallace: "And now, Eulalia, what do you know about French syntax?"
Eulalia Guardia: "I didn't know they had to pay for it."


CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION

Cristobal, C. Z. Balboa, C. Z.


Compania Cyrnos S. A.

4+


Seaui


Pennsylvania Tires



Compliments of



Garage Sterling

Calle 14 Avenida Bolivar

COLON, REP. DE PANAMA

APARTADO 65 TELEFONO 136, 174


COLON


HOL HOLA
1390 KC 9505 KC


Radio Atlantico
BALBOA AVENUE TELEPHONE 1044


The French Bazaar
"The Most Talked-about Gift Store
on the Isthmus!"
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON








CIA. HENRIQUEZ, S. A.

BOLIVAR 7100
Box 459 IPHONE 10
COLON

Mr. Brians: "Give the most important fact about nitrates."
Bob Bailey: "They're cheaper than the day rates."

Congratulations
Almacen Salas Best Wishes
to the Class of 51
JULIO A. SALAS, Prop. :''la qagr ia J70oi g

BOLIVAR AVENUE PHONE 537 COLON
MASONIC TEMPLE

Victor Mizrachi: "Mrs. Bigelow, I don't think I deserve an absolute zero."
Mrs. Bigelow: "I don't either. But it's the lowest mark I can possibly give."



COMPLIMENTS TO THE
CLASS of 1951

from


"EL LAVAMATICO"

0


Colon's Automatic Laundry

8054 1lth ST. PHONE 836-L






TELEFONO 239


"Is this the Woman's Exchange?" asked Reuben.
"Of course. What did you want to see?"
"Well, if you're the woman, I guess I'll keep Sarah."


Complimento de

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CALLE 9-1002 COLON, R. DE P.


Read
the

Panama American
AND KEEP YOUR KNOWLEDGE
OF WORLD DEVELOPMENTS
UP-TO-DATE


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ROBERT WILCOX CO.
INCORPORATED
CENTRAL AVENUE PHONE 394


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Standard Fruit &

Steamship Co.




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Wish Every Success
to the Graduating
Class of 1951


BOX 618



















It was Farmer Brown's first visit to the big town. In the window of the department store he read a sign:
"Ladies Ready to Wear Clothes."
"Gosh," he said, "it's about time."


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"A man," said she bitterly, "wants everything he can get."
"A woman," he rejoined, "wants anything she can't get."



Best Wishes to the Class of '51


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ABOU SAAD TEMPLE

ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE

Oasis of the Panama Canal Zone


Is a Real Booster of



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL




















OSA


Patiaclia


(Cit,


IPotograpker of

TIe Hall of F inic Pictures


Two travelers had been making a night of it in London. After riding a considerable distance on the bus, the
first traveler said, "Is this Wembley?"
"No," said the second. "This isn't Wembley. This is Thursday."
"Good," said the first. "I'm thirsty too. Let's get off and have another drink."


4tk Of JLJ, AvelctLuC

















"Before we were married," she cried bitterly, "you told me you were well off."
"I was," he snarled. "But I didn't know it."


Congratulations to the Class of 1951


ITALIAN LINES
STEAMSHIP CO.
Cristobal 3-2464

"Why do you act so unhappy? Anything wrong?" "Was he mad?"
"I had to shoot my dog." "He wasn't exactly pleased about it."

For That Best Dressed Look Compliments of

el Wong Sang, S. A.

f I l rI GENERAL HARDWARE
PANAMA COLON
11th St. and Corner of Bolivar Ave. Colon Phone 2-2087 Phone 303

Willie saw some dynamite, Curiosity never pays;
Couldn't understand it quite; It rained Willie seven days.




AMERICAN LEGION

E. S. Waid
Post No. 2
STRESSES EDUCATION FIRST


Best Wishes

CIA.

DIERS & ULRICH S.A.

Telephone 101 Colon


Congratulations to the Graduates
of '51 Class
frorn

CASA MIKE
First Self-service Store Established
in Colon




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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE Co-edilOrs-PAT GEDDES and NANCY KAUFER THE STAFF O 'O/l! ligcls wl/(J were obliged /0 !!,rml'! /olld fllld IOllg (OJ til/' S prodllc tiull') BILL BLACKBURN JANE COMPTON PAT GEDDES SANDRA HAMMOND NANCY KAUFER HELEN KISSAM BEVERL Y LINDSTROM INEZ LOWE VICTOR MIZRACHI CARMEN RAMIREZ JACK RANDALL VILMA SASSO ANDREW LIM ( Tig ers) JEB WILKERSON FRANCES WONG S p o nsor DOROTHY HUFFMAN SMITH

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IN APPRECIATION MR. CARL MAEDL FOI 'uur ..,iIlU'Il: tOlltCl1i (II thl' ... llIdl'lIh :llId (h cit .t( Ii, ilk ..... J U I YOUI 1IIIliring dt'\Oliol1 :Itld 111:\L'I "l'I1"l' 01 hlll1l01 : l1ld h e CHhl :lIl' IO\l'(1 I" [he S c nior Cia..... \\"l' d cdic lll" (hi., 195 1 Caribbea n LO \ Oll.

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( E ve ry tig e r CI fighter) TIGER TRAINER PALUMBO Once upo n a time the outs t anding 3th leti c t ea m s r a t e d the t erm "Tige r s beof their ti ge ri s ti c pro w ess. So o n th e name "Tige r b ecame a symbo l for the entire Cristoba l Hig h S chool. Sin ce e very school h a s it s tradition, Cri stobal's ti g e r spirit h a s made I sthmian hi s tory C o a c h Luke P a lumbo h a s give n hi s all 10 lunhe r this fighting spirit. Give CI yell, giv e CI yeti. Give CI IClud subslClnl;ClI yell And when we yell. we yell like : P -A-L-U-MB -O YeCl-Q-PALUMBO! left 10 Right H e l e n Kissam Pol Geddes. Joonn e R ecci o littl e Judy Palumbo. Nan c y Kariger. Sh irley Trudeou. and Jacquie Boyl e

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M!SS BEVERLY RUOFF Sl'CldfllY "The prelliesl tigel ;1/ lit e offill'" THE PRINCIPAL TIGER MR. PAUL LESTER BECK

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T G E R N 5 T R u c T o R 5 M RS. RUTH BIGELOW I I ainin!4 'lflllhaIHI I \pill!4 M R RAYBURN 8R1A N S .... CI'CIII[,1 1 \ "ulid (,cOllll'll\ "'liclltt.' Club "'POII'OI \IIH :ritall I'rohlclll .. (.i,I: COUlhclOi \ ... ,[,,;1111 ILlllior (]a" MR. OSCAR B I X B Y "'p alli,h 1 0 -'I o d enl \\'orld l-li,( (I1\ Call1e i a C lllb Spo n,ol Sophomore 5pOIl' 0 1 C OA C H KENNETH DEITH l'h"[l;l1 Edural ioll

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MR. CLYDE FLOWERS ( t:Ilt:ral .\ l all1 Iligolio mCII \ UU\,' ( .Olllhdul ,\, \ \(lolllll:llli MR. NOEl GIBSON \ICla l Shop, .\ 1t:(han il.1 1 DI.I\\II1).; R if l e Club "PIIII'OI MISS ElEANOR FARSTVEET 111I1I,chllld \1" .... oli:1I .... 11t:lIll" MR. OSWALD JORSTAD 11l'[1111I1<.'llIal .\111"11 \ Ol:1] \llhli MR PAUL EVANCOE J II).: I 1 .. 1t III 1 1 1 1 1111.111 (1.1 .... 1'1 111 .. 111 M ISS VIRGINIA KEENAN l I1\" ll.d I tlllt.1l1l111 Lith' \ .11'11\ .... pl>11 .. 01

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MISS BESS LITER Eng li h II. 1 2 IInior Spoll"o r J I1\ a I 11(: r ion MRS. ALFHILD MAEDL .\fathe m :lIics j COACH LUKE PALUM B O (.cl1(:I:l1 SCi CIl<-C, I\i o l ogv ",cnior C ia Spllihur M ISS SOPHIE McUMANS H O II' c h o ld .\n, MRS. VERA MILLER PERRY

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MR JAMES STEARNS S p a ni,h i. 8 Eng lbh

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c L A s s H s T o R y Sl'JHCllIhc r 1 8, \\' e ll. at l o n g la s t 1 '111 a genuine Ircshma n and \''C really proved ollrsc:ivc.'l at the allilua l f r eshme n ... ophollio r c br, ,,, 1 ,dlC Il \,'C .'Ilau g ill c r c d the so p hoIllO re-" S o m e 01 the kid:, arc not lully r e cover e d yet. Ollr lir,.,l ycar b l ooking' llIi gllL)' promising with Edilltilld CDC l o r class President. .Ja y Trollp lor V iec.:-P r csidclIl O l g a L c i gJlaciic r as S ecretary and Carme n R:1Il1irCl for T rc: l slirc r. \ Ir. E v a n roc j" QlIr cla'i<'; sponsor. L o v e ;111(1 ki.'lsc.'I. D EAR -\I'NT .-\CGI E: Fros h .I""C 1 0. 1 9 I R Sorry I didn t \\Ti l e .')OOllcr but .'Ichool h:l ... k ept !lie ..,0 \ c r y b u.'),. LI'>l O c t o b e r Paul B ec k r eplace d "r T heod o r e H O l l a.., pri n c ipal. QUI' class g:tVC : 1 bang-lip .\pr i l S hO\,'c r s D:HlCC w hi c h wa s a huge ..,ucee..,,::.,. Our talent ; 1 .... sc lllbl y \\'Cllt ov e r bi g \\ 'ith ; 1 radio progralll thClHc. E s pcci :t1ly the c h orus linc w h o g a i n e d the title o j the R o c k cllCS o j C.H .S." F o r o u r annua l picnic wc had : 1 n i ght part y a t t h c \ V ;I' .. h i ng-t oll Pool w hi c h was l oad.') o j JUIl. I'll \\Tit e again Lo\'e. D F A I { ,\(; .\111\: Fro .,h .Januar y I S I !H!I Than k s Iliu c h lor the "'on d erlttl S c hool m o r e Jun than e e r. CUC'iS \ V e w o n thl' bra\\' l a g ain this ycar. only lhc cl ass in the hisLOry 0 1 Cri s t obal Hig h S t hool 10 d o t h : ll. \ V c r c \\"C happy! \ V e e lect c d l.arry Cownc h e l o r Prc.')ilielll and .Jimmy Sulli van l o r Sandra Hall11110nd i ... S ecl'L"la r y and Elino r D o n ahuc i ... Trc a<;ure r \ 'allcoe Ollr c b s ... a g:lin. S o l o n g f o r n o w \ ll m y lovc. Soph \I;oy I. 1 9 1 ') DI'r\K \ \ :-";1 I F \ ( ;.-\ 111 .-\: S c h o o l i., out once m o r e :ltld c\'C'r y IJo d y glad. th: l t Wl' d o n t like sc hool but a " rali o n nicc o n cc in a ,, hile. \ V e pllt 011 a J) ; IIlCC b.')t \ I a r c h compl e l c 'ilh h o t an(1 Jr e; lk.'). I t was :1 lot 0 1 work hill load.') 0 1 11111. \Vt.' di ... pIaYl't1 o u r l :tiClll thro u g h : 1 l c levi.,i oll ... h o \\ with ... i n g ing C O lll : ll c r c i al ... ;In
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ALFRED ALEGUAS "Ffl'flrly" Colon. R epublic o f 1 :II1:1ma ;'\'o\cmbc r 29. 1 932 "."1 hWlfh arll/ i/l the J/Jort's world" Football I : Baseb all I. Z: I. 2,3.4 JANE DE BOYRI E "jlllll"'" ;\ I o lltlcal. Ca n ad a D ecember 3U. 1 933 " /1011'11 for ha poise (lIId lelil/clI/el/t" Volleyball I. 2, 4; Sohball 2, 3: Basket ball 3: Chorus 1. Z, 3. 4 ; Band 3. 4; 3. 4: Hlfle Club .. ; Camera Club": r T A 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4; Jennu' l\Ie" 3: "Arsenic .. nd Old Lace" 3: The B lack F I .. mingo" 4 : Senior A s .. embly 4; EducatIOna l W eek Assembly -------------HCS JANE ELIZABETH COMPTON LII" j anuan 1 0, 1934 Col o n Republic of a n am:l "Clile 1I,i,,, 'Colfle-Ititlta eye(' olle\'ball \, 2, 3, -I; 1. 2. 3, -I: 2. 3, .J: AIl Stars 2. 3 : Soft ball I. 2, .J: AIIStar!> 2; 2, 3, .J; Badminton 3. -I; I: Band 1 : Dramati c Club 1. 2. 3 ... ; Pep Club 3, 4 ; rheerleader 2: r T.A 3: Camer,t Club 4 ; J, :!. 3 .J; Dance Cornn11lte('s I, 2, 3, 4 ; .JuniorScmor Prom and B ilnquet Comnlltte(' 3: J unltJr Hln e Committee 3: Com IIllttee 2; B"cc .. laureat e and COmmence menl 3: :--:;ttional Honor Society .J; Court 4; Trade\\ind Staff 4 ; Carihbean Staff 4: Quill and 4 J4 JO HN IRVIN ALL GAIER "jollllln .. Reading. l'cnn .. .\us u', :t,-J. f ft>' J 011'" 6 fl. jill." 8 t:oeball 1, B a s ketball 1 3 .J. :!. 3. 4; Tr;,ck. 2. 3. 4; ,",IT"II) :!, 3. 4 ; F ootball 1. :!; Senior 4, H .OT C. -l; F T A .J JOHN JOSEPH ALEXAITIS jack" October 9. 1933 A /"jJic(lf vo,," Football I, Z. -I: "8" L eae;ue All-Stars 1 ; Football 2. -I: B as ketball J ; AIISlar s ) : Trac k 1,2, 3, 4: B aseball 1.2; Softb .. l1 2: Lif e of th e Party"; What a Life"; Hamsh .. ckle Inn"; Stage Crew I, 2: Glee Club 3; Boys' "arsit)' 4; Junior Se nior Prom 3; Dance Committees 2; Dramatic C lu b 1, 2: Cla ss Assembliu RUTH DANIELS "n'/llth'" .\pri l 9, 1 933 1.3 Columbia. Sout h Carol ina ",., fr iendl" olle,b all 2. 4: Ba sketball 2, 4; B ad minton 4; Gl ee Club 2. 3.

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LUCI A N O ARIAS JR. /l/rI" (;01 011. Rl'jwlJliL 0 1 1;tll,tlII.l I kLCIl1hC I 1:\. 1 1:II P ()/i/('/" '/lIltt" Foolb .. 11 I. :!. 3. 1. I. :!. :t .,. Track I. :!. 3. "; I. :!, :1, 4, B .. .. 11 :!: ::O-"'!1IIIlLn!!; I, B U T ( .,. Orchc"'lra I, :!, (horu!> I. :?: :!. 3. 4 RITA fiSHER !':tn lIlI:t ( III. 1.tn,lIll. 1 .. 'Ill' ('1111 (/ 1/(/ /III/II.l'I'It/II".!!." I);lU I. :!, B.I_kl'll, . 1I I :!. P f'p 3. -I, ('IlI)rtl'" I :!. Oreli c"lrJ I :!. 3. -I: ('luI, I. :!. 3, T r .... t_lu ... r-l, 1.:!,a,.J,FTA 3. Ice -I, X ."lo n.,1 An 1I",wr 3, -I, T
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EDWARD BRINGAS Ilih Ii. :Sl.'\\ L o ndun. C(11111C(tHIII .. .-/ h'adn flIIIUII!:! 1111' 11" F oo tb.11I 1 :!. 3. All SLIT" 1 I I la,kclb: H lflc (luh I :!. 3. CAROL ELAINE HARVEY "/(11,((,," Jllh 2. 1 I:tl :'\ll.'ridial1 :'\Ii ..... i"ippi /Jailll\' '1)IIIh('III IllS!;" Pcp Club t. 3. 4: rulleybal1 3. I all 3. -l.: -l.; :!. 3; D a n eI' COlluHlttee, 1 :!: Junior Ba-nllllf't 3. Se n ior Daner Commi ttre 4

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RICH ARD JOSEPH DUCOTE n/I"" \an D i q,,:o, ( .tlilU1HI,1 \1'1;"" II. l t:I:1 "A ."iT'({/'1i1/1 /ud" C.S.l\ 1 C I.:!, J: ",,", T ""., .. ure. "f CI.I" :!; ,\1.11l,,!!f'r uf F ,u,th.,11 :1: N" tl(on ; d ;\1."1,('111,',,(,, I I 'JII',I' ',('ICt 4. CUller., (Jill, 4, 1)"."",111(' Clu h 4, BOT C ..j, "BlMk FI.II11UI!.:"" ..j, C)" .... A"{'ltlblie<; 4, D"lIe,", ('''"11111111'", 4 JunIOr P rulli CUIIIIIIIII.'" :1; F l' A 1 H ,fI" Clull ... N A NCY H ALL KAUFER Lit" Cf,IOIl Rqwhhl ill 1',111,1111. 1 TIll' /1(',1 rI"IHJHluJ/i III lIlT""" ,'ulte,b,dl I,:!, a, 4: B:I .. l..elll,dl I,:!. 3 ..]; D,lllce (01111111111'(' .. I, :!. ;{, 4; JUIl",r Se lll')r P rom CUllllllllh'e 3, n"" 1-\ .... ell1 hll e .. I :!, 3. 4, Dr,ull,lIlt' Cluh I. :!, 3, ..j, ClllIe r 1 Ouh -I, -I. P ('P Club :!, 3; Hill!!' COlllll1l1tee 3: B ,II"c"I,lure:!t/> ,m,1 Commencemellt 3; Quil1 .,1101 .... 1'1(111 4 ,I"m b"rel' QUI'I'Ii 4: Fv""h,"I (",ur! T r .,delllllri 1, C,) (',]II11r 4. ("l"1h be"n ",.,ff ..]: (.1 ",hl"r 4 L O I S HOWARD (011111 Rq)llhlll ,11 1',111,1111,1 ;\I;t 1111, I ",-lld"""II" {{{III/II"I" \ ',,11",11.111 :!, :{. 4, B .I,l..etl,.dl ::, a, I, 13".IU;II1II'1l 3, ..j, "'"IIt.,1I1 :( I, ]),.ulI."u Cluh 4; (uIIN Cluh I. I 'e!, nut. 4, CI.I .... \"""'lIhlte, I, :!, :1, I n ,II"1' t'"11 111111.'1' .. I, :!, J, I , 11I11I"r "CIl",r !'r"lU 3, B lc.-.I1.lur('. I \(' 3, 3 PAUL ALDEN ENGE LKE \11("'1. ( .111.11 1I,11t,; ".-' 1111/ ,!!' 111/,'1//01/" 1-",,,,,1..111 :!, ;t, 4; Tr,I('1.. :!. .... "'111 11 I ::, CIIIII'I'.' (lub 3 ..j, Ilr,It""'r., I. :!. GI('I' Clull 3, 1'.11<-111 I. :! HCS:-------------------------FRANK HOLGERSON C"IOI1, Rc:pllll!l( "I 1'.111,1111. 1 "//('(iI'f"flll "1/,\ /Iff" FUlll!).!1I I, :!, 4 ....... lIb,"1 I. :.:. ;{. 1 : I, :!. 3, 1, T,'"d, 3; u T (' 1 OlGA l EIGNADIER ('" I U II. Rq)llhlil ,,1 1';111.1111; 1 \ 1 ;1\ II. l i:l:.! "Il/'l '1""lnll (Ilfllill ,,11//111/11" \ .... 1I."ball [, :!, 3, ..j. All .... ,.,1' .. 1, B .I'I.. "-,II I, :.:. ; 1 ,..] 13,I,('h,11I I. :.:, ;j. "I. 1'''1 Club 3, -I; 1 ),,1111"'1(' ('Ju], ], :!, :1. I;

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THOMAS MERRILL JORDAN I I (I/JI" .\Iobilc . \1ab;lIl1:t 2i. I:; ,(',,,l,u d,, likel T OII/" Football I. 3. 3. -I; Basket b .tl! 3, -I; 3, Softball -I: Trac k 3. 4 ; \ 'a r s it y 3. 4 : Bo)!>' Club 4 ; Il ollle R oom 3, 4 : Glee Club 2. 3. THELMA LEIGNADIER \l1 g U'1 2. 1 933 Col ull. RcptlbliL u l P a nama ":-:I IQlld." $t'III)I'i/II" \ 'olle)ball 1 :!. 3. 4 : B t s k etball 1 :!, :1.4 : So ftball I. 2. 3. 4 : Gle e C lub 2.3.4: Dr tl1I3ti c Club 1. 2. 3. 4 : P e p Club 3 4 : F T A 4 : CM F I. 2: B a nd I ; Or che' Ira I ; Junior-Senior P rom 3 ; Dance COlli mitt el'S I 2, 3,4; B accdlaurea le 3 ----------------------------HCS BEVERLY ANN LINDSTROM "/1('1'" Colon. R epubliL of 1':llIal1l. 1 10. 1 933 Prell\ Iml '1"iet" 4: \'olle)bJII :!: S oftball I, B a rlmml on 3: P c p Clu b 3, ... Tr"d('\llnd "': Caribbcan"'; I.:!. 3 .... : JUll10r Se ni o r Prom 3: Glee Ouh :!. 3, 4 : I. ::. :1 1 8 WILLIAM CLARENCE KNOTT, JR "Ifill" IllIle 9. 1 933 \\'; hhington n C ""'e,iuw "i,II rI II)/lfll of lI'il" lamera Club ..j: Hif1e Cluh 3 .... : "21 Club -I: Senior -I; JuniorSenior P rom 3 THOMAS HENRY KEllEY TulII" ,\lIcon Canal lune nt'lI' lind cliffe1ell/" Waler P o l o I. 2: B iology C lub 2 j "21" Club ... ; Class Assemblie s 4: Education Week A!>sembl y 4: ROT C 2, 3 P i c ni c Com n Httee 2 INES BEVERLY LOWE Colon. R epublic of P a n a m a \ pri1 3u. 1931 "Allt'//\ s lI'ilfil/1!. If} Ill'll'" Y olleyball 1.2. 3, -I; 1.2, 3, 4 : Softb.!11 I. 2. 3. -I; B adminto n 3; Dance C01l1ll1l1lee, J, 2. 3: C l ass Assemblie s l. :!. 3. 4 : JuniorSe ni o r P rom Committee: T ratle\\lIId Staff 4 : Caribbean Staff -I: Library 3; Gl ee Club 1 ; Edu W ee k r T A : H orne Boom ...

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VICTOR MIZRACHI ';r" (.ualcl1lala Cil\. (; al('III. lIa :'\larch .1. T"ole riel,lI/l/t 1,'(/', of 111\" Football 1.2. 3: I :!: J'dlcnt 1. :!. : C.uller" Club 1. :!. 3. ,, ; P re:.iden t 4 ; !l lfle Club I :!. 3. ": Dramallc Club ,,; R O T C -I; D .lllce COnHmlteh ::: T rdde\\lIIt! "'t ,Iff -I; (;.lnb bc;m Staff -I JUAN ITA MEEKS ".\'1/,," Octubc t 19. 1 Fa\C lIC\ i ll l:, :\'urth (.;lIolill.1 "(.cl/llc 11/1/1/1/11/1/1/' (1111"//('(/ i/'/I" fI""''''!!.I','fIIUl/,'' JUllIor P rom 3: Bo,dllle _. 3; Tenni .. EEVERl Y ANN MADISON "Nt'1''' I kU:1I1bl:1 :11 19:;:{ Col ol1. Republil 0 1 1',111,1111,. "Ulglil '11/(/1/ ,l'(lIrinillt," "ufIO ,III I ::. 3. -I. \'olle} bdll I. :!. 3. -I; I. :!. 3. : 1. ::. 3. -I B Le.lc u e All 3: Dr,IIB ,tllc ('lui! I ::. 3. 1 ; (,Lmer.! ('Iub I: Glee Ouh ::. 3. -I: P e p Club :t. 3. -I: JUIIL"r "t'llI.,r Prum 3; I) .once I ::. 4. (I,t ..... r\ .... I. :: DAN GEORGE NElLIS Lo, C;dilulIll. I D ece mber 9. "Nig (111(1 ( '(I" F outh.,[1 I. ::. 3. \'.,r .. it) ::, 3: WatrT P olo I :!. -I: \',IT'LI) I ::. -I; S\\irnnHlIC 1. :t. 3. -I; \'ar"lI) I ::. 3 : Soflb.tll I. ::. -I: :!; Cia ... A .... I 3. -I; B .!ccal.nJrc.l1r .lfl,l GrMludT r uli 3. Dance C(>tlIlUlltce .. ::.3.-1 HCS------------------------------JAMES RICHARD NElLI S "/111/" 11t,lhlli.ud. Call1nnlL,1 i\l:Illh I h 1 9:5:! C/I,I, 1i,,11 mId tllt"lIln i " \\'.Lter P o l o ::; Tr.ilJ.. 3. 4; "\\lIrlIlLIIlC I. 3. -I; "oilbdll 3. -I, C;JllICr,1 flul> .;, A .. 1. -I CARMEN C E CiliA RAMIREZ To"" ". C o l ull. Rcpttblit 01 !', Ill,l1ll,' !lU7'1.'1I 'url,., fllld tI ')li If' \/1111,'" \ Ql! .. I :t. 3. -I, B".kelh.,11 I :!. 3.4, Bdilulilit OIl 3. -I. C all1('r,l Cluh 3. t. F T /-\ 3. 4 : JunIOr P rom a. D,lnec .. I -I; I. :!. 3. -I. r:lrr Club 1 : eM F I. :!; n"" Trc,l' urer I ; QIJ111 and .... cr(\11 Tr,Hh,'\l1l1o! "taff I : C;Jnbhl'.on "1.Lf( "; ... t.LI\t I. :!

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JA C K HERBERT PEARSON D ccc ml a: r 28. 1 1 32 F ranl-li n "lIil 11'(1\' .) (lfe 1II\'51(' l iolll" Sof t ball 3, 4 ; 4 ; Camera Club 4: B ifle C l ub 2. 3. 4 ELV I A RAMIREZ "Sec S c ptcmhe r 12, 1 933 C u l u n Rcpllblil.. of l a n :I1I1: 1 ",,),,'('('1 (/lid .)11\" Y olleyball Z. 3, 4 : B .. I' .. k" l b 1I Z. 3, 4 : 3, 4; B,I(II11111ton 3, 4 : Pep S
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JACK C LIFFORD RANDALL "Cltll'/)I/rl!\ .. \ Ian II Ii. \IIUlll. Ca nal tOllC .. ..,/uIII} III Ihl IllIrI: IIf Ih,";!.," I :l: Fuulh,dl I. :l; X . llon.d lI u n (lr D r.lIn . IIC (lnl ) 3. T h ... :;1. -I. \'ICC P r ... :l; I'rc'l denl ":ll Club :l. 3. Hdl ... Club :l. 3: TVr'Tld f..I)IH? \\',/..11'\1, :l, 3. ('.1111('1,1 Club -I, Tr(',"lIr'cr -I. Gle(' Cluh l.:l. -I: H O TC. -I;"\"cmbl H 1.:l. Tr.,,[c \\m d 4 : (.lob[)c.1Il -I; K",,'d ; \ 10,": ".'\r'{'n ic .tn(] Old L.lre" : T i,l' BI.lck F l,lnlinO!o" Deb.tte C lub -I: emd. d,II" fqf S . \ 3; QIl1l1 ,lilt! PATRICIA MARIE RUDGE "III" ((lIon. Rc.:pllblil III 1'.111.1111:1 0\ I 0 bt: 1 I I .... / (1111, / \/'1,,, IIfl,I/IfIII'" :( -I: .... th,dl -I: .rUIlIl)I P r"Ul J; B .. :c I,LurC.tte P"'p ""lu,,,13. :-PIlI<,r D .lllc,.,-1 DAVID A REDMOND / )1/,"'" 1 .. 111 (1:l i t \\' i lClII'llI \ I :11 \ It '2, I 1:1 I ,IIII'III1l1'1(,," HCS--------------VILMA SASSO ,:/(J" C(flotl. R e p ll lJli L 1>1 1 :111:1111:1 Jllh I i. Cud\ hllil olld ,1'1/(11 ( Iilll/,It" I :l, ;{, -I. 3. -I: 11 I.:!. -I: v llb .11 1,:l, 3,-1 B ldllllll(j n 3. -I: C.i\1 F I.:!; Tradel\lnd "'I . H -I: ::'I.,ft -I: bi'l" I. :l. 3. -I: I)"nee I. :!, 3. -I: J UlllorSenlor Prvrn: PCI ) Club :5 C H ARLES ARTHUR SHERRY ... -111 .. o.c.:1I1bt:1 i. I \llk\, ()k1:tilnlll.' IIlIdll!:!."III" Fvolb . 11 I. :!. 3. -I; :3. -I; b.lIl 1.2. 3. -I: :::-oftb.tll I. 3. -I MARY LOUISE S IMONSSON "\/(111/.0/1" \1 :1\ : : I. I ( ( I t Ill. Rt:pulJl i( IIj 1'.IIl,) l tl. l Plt/I""II /0 II"" :{. -I: -I, B.l!IIIIHlt.", .;; .\ .. I. :!, 3.1; 11.11\" (""lltIllke .. 3 -I; JUIl'"r .... ,I1I
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ROBERT C. S I E vERS "/lo/)" SI. L Ollis. '\li ssollr i Augu s t 3. 1 933 "A sroota fienti" Footb;:;11 I. 2; YUSllY 4: B;:;seb;:;11 2: 8 a s ketb;:;11 I: CI;:;ss A ss "mbl\' I: F T A A sse mbly 4: BJnd' 2 COLETTA ELOI S E S TiEBRITZ Ohio .\ugu<;[ 29. 19:n "SIll\, (ll/ti impish" Yolleyb;:;11 4: AIISur:. 4; 8asketb;:;11 4 : Softb;:;11 4; Cla ss A sse mblie s I :!: Dan ce Cornllllllee s 4 ; OrriH' strJ ;:;nd I b lHI :!. 3 CAR L l. S IMONS J u n e 29. 1 93 1 Colon. Republ ic of P a n a m a "...1 rOllllt'OIl!) fellolt'" Footb;:;11 I. 2. 3, 4 ; 8aseb;:;U I, t; Soft h.lJl 1. 2, 3. 4: AJISurs 1 2, 3. 4; Trac k 1. 2, 3. 4: 2, 3. 4 : Basketball I. 2, 3, 4 : All Stars I 2, 3, 4: Swimmi n g I,:!; "C" Club 1.2,3,4: Vicl.' Pres ident 3: Prl.'siden t 4 --------------IHCS EDWARD ARTHUR STEVENSO N Eliti y Col o n R epublic til' I' :mama J u l ) 2, 1931 "A b(!! tca se with II f()TIilll!, ('\'1''' So ftball I 2, 3 4 : B a:.ketball J, 2. 3, 4 : Football I, 2, 3; Track I: T ;:;lent As<:elll' Illy; Danc" Committee ::; .lunior Senio r Prom Committee 3: 5.,\ 3; Rifl e Club 3 22 RICHARD LANE SULliVAN "Dirk" "S,II"" April 1 0, 1 933 :. i tohal. Canal I.on(' "The /)i1!, ro).! ",oul/,1 srhoo/" Fo()tball I 2, 3, 4 ; \ 'ar:.ily I, 2. 3, 4 : Ba,eb .lll I 2. 3, 4; I. 2, 3. 4 : Ba,k('lblll l. 2, 3.4: \'anilY 1. 2, 3.4; T rack J, 2. 3, 4 ; Y;:;rsi l), I. :!, 3 4 W.lt e r P()io I: "C" Club 3. 4 ; D a nc" C()11In1ill('('s I. 2, 3. 4 ; Clas:. I. 2, 3. 4 : J uni o renior Prolll 3: B ac cJ.lureale a nd Cotl1menc e m(,l1\ 3 ; \'j,it:t. l i o n 1).1\' C hairman 4: Orch e .. \r.l I; B:t.nd I: B O : T C 4 ; S A I: A VicePresidl.'n\ 3; 5 A Pre:'ldenl -I; Court 2. 3. 4 : Rifl e Club I. :! JOHN TOWNSHEND "Tt"",;It''' Colon. Republic of .\larch D, A gIll/aliI Footb all I, 2. 3, 4; B a s ketUJII 2; Soft ball 2. 4; T r:lck 2: Dramalic Clu b I. 2, 3. 4; Thl.'spians 3, 4 ; "21" Club I.:!, 3. 4; Carner;:; Club 1,2,3.4; Yice 4; SA. B e pre senlJtin 2; Or clie't{ra I : Clhs A ssembl e<; J, 2, 3 ; O.lIlCI.' Committee 2; Jenn\' Ki<:<:ed Me" :.'; "Ar,enc and Old Lace 3: BOTC -I

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LEO A TURNER .. /$//(/(/y'. Cololl. Repuhlic (>1 l' all: lltl3. \ 8. I I UII Iti, jet"' F o otball 1 :!. 3 : ": 1 ; Softball :!. 3 ; B.I"I.;(,II>.III I :!. 3. ; Tr:lch. 1.2.3,4 : Sl llmmlrll:; Rifl e Club I ; D anc(' Committe(' I. 2. 3: J unior Se nior P r o m CommH t ee 3: B lIld I 2. 3. 4 : Orciwstr:l 1.:!. 3, 4 .\'01 Pirlllred: GUSTAVO V ILL AlAZ, JR. "(;IIS Col o n Republic o f i'allJ IIlJ S e pt ember 21. 1 932 ... 4 (( lIlIi oll I Jlf/It''' A sse mblu b I. 2. 4 : I)" ncl" Committee: JUl110r "el llor !' r'llll 3 ELBERT RIDGE null/>n' \nCOII, C: mal lone "..., goud j ()t". F ootball I. 2. 3: B a .. e b all I. :!. 3: Soh ball 3 : W:lter [>..,10 1.2. 3. I ; .. 1l I :!, 3 : Edu c .. I un W epl.; A 5 4 : T r .. {'1.; 3 HENRY WACHTEL "II'M/n" I-t :lllu F ebrll;!!' 1M. "Sin' ,,, kIlOlI'" Football I. :!, 3: B AIiStu, 1,2; "oftb .. 11 1. 3 : Ba,h.('tbali 1, 2. 3. 4. B All "tM, I. 2: J unIOr \ .. 3. Ha,e b . 11 1 :!: Track I :!. 3 ; "'11 2; .. I. :!. a : Band:!; T O Tml ZOIlI' \\ I z .. rd 2. 3. 4, Rlft e Club 3. 4 3, Club I. 2. 3, 4: t .. r) and 2: President 4: I-\,h I('I I C Council 4 : C:lltiNa Club 4 : E
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HAL L of F A M E M H . AND MISS CoRS. Helen Kissam and Dic k Sullil'(Ln

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l\lOST UKELY 11'0 UCCEETI) Ann Fisher and Alb ert Alt ia B OR' FOR T/ln !lEn-it:.!)" Emer soll

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1\1031' TALENTED Rit a Fis her alld A,,,I,.,,/[ Lilli .. I ,\1 I I 111-\ I II Illf II 1'-" \ \1 ,,' 1'0\\ f k /1",,-1/

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FlRlllEl'HJ>LlEST Ru.th Da.ni e l a.nd Torn Jordan "FIIII''\J)SIIIj' h nil, \\'.'-Of' LLFI" -l'Ollllg

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1951 N W FA TIMETABL E fib, It It ... "" "u It rtf' '" I" I r II v "r IBEST DRIES SlED Sandra H ammo n d and f ohn T o/Vnshend .. rIUU! I I '\ III' or ('OOIJ LOOh.' .\lU III I 10'\ \It \{I. 'I \1 1 1 '\ DIU"," 11111111

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BES T D ANC ERS Nanc), and Leo Turn e r .. \, Ol' l I,',IKI) ,1'1' "hi lit I ,II,' 0 1 1 \ 1;,\\\,,\11.1) \ .'11 rliAI GRACI

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BEST LOOKll T G B eve r l y L indstrom alld D ic k D uCo t e

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MOST S1rUmOUS Frances Wong and Bill Knott "S" lliIJlI.::. Altl IIII 11) O F '011111 ,"I) T i l l CO:'\SO L ArlO:'\' O F AG I -Cicero

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Th]()ST ATBIL ET1C / "ill1la Sasso and John DaL' i s

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WnITITIEST Joan R e ill y and Victor Mizrachi FU/\, CRI W FA!!" '\1'>01) FURlOU
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Freddy Aleguas Jo ck Alexaitis John Allgaier Luciano Ario s Albert Attia Richard Aycock Bill Blackburn Ed Bringo s Jane Compton Ruth Daniel John Davis Jane de Boyri e John Dro s t e Dick Ducote Paul Englek e Anno Fishe r Rita Fis her Ma x Fux Pot Geddes Barbaro Gillick Sondra Hammond Carol Harvey Fronk Holgerson lois Howard Tom Jordon Nancy Kaufer Tom Kelley Helen Kissam Bill Knott Andrew lim Beverly linds trom Olga Leignadi e r Thelma Leignodier Inez Low e Beverly Madiso n Juanita M eeks Victor Mizrach i Dan Nellis Jimmy Nelli s Jock P ears on Raymond Pinto Carmen Ramir ez Elvia Ramirez James Ram sey Jock Randall David Redmond Elbert Ridge Joan Rielly Dorothy Rowley Patricia Rudg e Vilma Sasso Charle s Sherry Robert Sievers Carl Simons Mary 5imonsson Edd ie Stevenson Coletta Stiebritz Richard Sullivan John Townshend leo Turner Gus Villolaz Henry Wachtel France s Wong hi s pi t ching arm L O R oy \ V iboll hi s scoo t e r and parts to All e n Blalley hi s h e i ght to Jimmy D oy l e hi s wavy h air to Gilbert Smith hi s w ill t o study to H enry Lawrence ;\Iiss Lite r' s En glis h class to Dic k Sa,,:,ar;I hi s 260 p ound:, to :\I a rgaret Ridge ta c kl e position to Ed S ea r:, h as n othing to spare s h e too k e v e r ) thill g w ith h e r h e r southe r n acce nt to Kar e n St r oo p hi s brawn to T ommy Frey o r c h est r a to any uns u!lp e Clin g uIHle rcla,,:'IllCIl hi s excellent attendance r ecord to Carol Col eman hi s b l a c k h a ir t o Casey Zimlll e rlll all hi s g'ol[ swin g L a Jimmy S c h e ibleI' h e r typi n g ability t o P ea r l H erre ra h e r numerous talents to J e an leav es C. H.S. < h e h opes) h e r c rown t o th e g irl ill the junior h e r tranquil personality t o Harrie t Burke h e r driving ability to a n yo n e w h o w;lnb to commit s ui c ide h e r ris h earrings t o Nellie H o l ge r soJl Ande r so n and America n Pro b l e m:, i\lrs. Bige low to h e r s i S l e r his 3 o'clock s m o k e t o Pe t e 1 0h11:,011 h e r bottle 01 p e r ox id e t o Dj" a n e n a r c hi s m ascu lin e m anne r to R o b e n G rall b erry i\liss C. H.S. to Nancy K a ri ge r l\ 1r. Fl owers LO t h e Junior C tas:, hi s artis ti c tal ents to Noel J\JcCinn h e r s honhand assi gnme n t s LO Rita H o\\'ard h e r abilit y LO read s h orthand t o El ena L ee h e r strearnlin e d "rigger" to .Je anine N i x h e r rin gernt:lil s t o Y olanda Die t h e r swin g and s\\'ay LO Kathry n D an i e l h e r rie r y r e d h ai r to Dora \"'ei c h hi s dimples and wavy h a ir t o A l d o Pil eri hi s mag i c tOu c h ,, "ith LO D o n hi s way with g i rls 1.0 Carleton H allett hi s quie t manne r to T erry hi s s hoolin g aim to Leo Constantin c h o n o r roll articles LO all unslls p ecting reporter h e r crowning g lory to Ol i ver hi s p l a ce at J\l iss Lite r' s R ound Table to \Valtie Kuhn hi s interest in dramatics t o .Jc b \Vilke r so n hi s independent \,' ays to p os t erity hi s r ovi n g cye to P a ul \Vhitloc k h e r witty ways to V ir ginia Fahlc h e r cullllre d laug" h LO Els;1 F ernande l h e r manpowe r to J\lar garit a h e r sports ability 1.0 b e d i v id e d cve nl y among h e r twin leaves. hi s Illotor scoo t e r t o anyon e erat)' e n ollg h LO ride it hi s ag r eea bl e ness to hi s brothe r h e r t)'ping abilit y t o Ardis \ Vill o u g h by hi s m Olls ta c h e to a nyon e who ca n g r o \ \ o n e Rudolph, th e r e d n ose d reindee r t o .loannc R ecc i a th e S,"\'. Pres id e ncy to B o b Bail e y hi s bluc"gree n eyes to Nancy R a m 'iey hi s trumpe t lip to Ann Thomas hi s sports abilit y t o A r n o ld hi s coo p e r a ti\ e spirit to th e student body l e av es h e r I.Q. to h e r bro th e r ( k ee p s it in t h e r a mil y ) c L A s s w I L L 35

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THEY lP'lRACTICALL Y COlP'lP'ED THE T!t ( y Sfl)' lit e nllest I ,fli ngs DOROTHY I'll) R I C H ARD HONORS PAT AND ANDREW lJooh II1 0rms ANNA AND ALBERT

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'Thf'Y'Ie a/)I 10 sel 1111... lI'orld 011 file" FRANCES R nll'" 011 'lt e IHII' ar e JANE ANIl "The y ar e 1 Jersatilr" ANNA AND J.-\CK

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AN ATOMIC OUTBURST OF JUNE 1961 Living in a n era w h e r ei n d ayd r ea m s we r e a rea lit y a C. H.S tige r ( n o l o n ge r ca lled "a student") removed hims elf from a study hall to d o so m e inte n s ive alumni hunting LO complete his ass i g nlll ent f o r l\l o d LI"Il \Vorld HisLOry ReIuc l a ntly h e 'aved goo d bye lO R BECK ( Y es. s till a-going strong) and climbe d into hi s n e w R K Fl y in g Sau ce r th e standard mode l n ow, manufactured by those brilliant young c n gineers .JACK RANDALL a lld BILL KNOTT. This a ri e l wagon could go an amaz in g 1,000 miles p e r h our, and h as all th e h elicopte r t ende n c ies, as \'cll as e ver y comfort o f h o me. Stopping 011 for rclreshmcnts in City h e d ec id e d t o p atro nilc the swankies t hotel Hotel Pala c i o V ill alaz (Th e U.S. Government would pay th e bill, o f course.) JL wa s o n e o( th e string o f h o t e l s scalle r e d thro u g h o llt Centra l Am erica ow n e d by tha t Panamania n millionaire. GUSTAVO VILLALAZ. RUlll o r s w e r e whi s p e r e d in all th e b c ttt.:r c ircl es that h e l ovc d l ove l y l adies es p ec ially c h orus quec ns. \ Vho s hould b e see n b ehind thc so d a f ounta in bUI golde n h ai r e d l ad. JAC K ALEXAITIS! It appeare d tha l h e wa s \\ 'orking hi s way a r ound the wor l d and wa s o n the l a s t lap of hi s j ourney \ Vhile LOuring the city (see m e d a s tho u g h the C. H.S. tigc r had g iven up try in g LO ge t b ac k to school in o n e study lim e) h e saw \nillen in Ih e brighleSllighlslh e LEIGNADI E R S ISTERS in "S h ow boal." VICTOR lIIIZRACH I (w h ose column \\'as taking the place o f \\' a lt e r \ V in c h e ll's) had sa id "A t a l ente d t ca m ::Il th eir se lhati o n a l b es t in 'Showboat'," Once more s tarted o n j ourncy old m a n tige r \\ 'hirle d lip to the Unitc d Statc!o, En r oute h e turne d o n the t e l cvis i o n scree n Fri ends and l ellow countryme n l end IIle a f e w of your prec i o u s s eco n ds. Y o u sec before YOli a man w h o w ill find a solutio n to all your p robl c m .... H ow eve r I will make n o fabulous pro misC!o " J y goodne s s scrc.:;I111cd th e tiger, DI C K SULLI VAN i s running lor Pres id ent of the 38 Unite d Turning ba c k LO th e scr ee n h e wa s jus t in tim e to sec R ICHARD AYCOCK b eing introduced as Dic k 's running mate. Enoug h was e n o u g h so our ti ge r t\\ irl e d th e dial until h e pi c k e d up a ba s k etball game. L o n g JOHN r\LLlGAIER was m aking a n olhe r ba s k cl. This famoll s Kni c kerb oc k e r star was b e in g abl y seconde d b y CARL who held Ih e Na tional As!ooci atioll titl e for hi g h sco r e r. Jus t th e n th e Fl y in g Sa u ce r l ande d in North Carolina. B y this tim c n e w s of the Tige r 's alumni hunt had sprea d and th e r e to m ee t him were R UTH DAN I EL, w h o wa s now bus il y managin g the h o u se h ol d of a seago in g husband, and JUAN ITA MEEKS. Ih a l r e d h ea d e d DireclOr of Public H ealth for Undernouris h e d Football Pl ay e r s H e h eard 1'1'0111 h e r Ihal BI LL BLACK B URN unanimo u s l y e le c t e d All -American lullbac k for th e second co n sec uti ve yea r and .JOH N DAVI S was appointe d h ea d coac h a t \"'es t P oint alter ha v in g had a brilliant football ca r ee r lor th e L os An ge les R a m s Hav in g intervie \\ 'e d all alumni in the Caro lin as the C, H.S, tiger rlew o n into and made a s t o p a t J ohns H opkins U niver s ity. The r e h e s h ook hands with that in t ernatio n ally known brain !ourgeon, ALBERT ATTIA, w h o was lecturing a t hi s Alma Mater. Assi sting him in all hi s l ec tu res and world famous oper a ti o n s "'as JOAN REI LLY hi s s p ec i ally Iraine d nurse They w e r e all g u es t s a t a t ea g iv e n b y CAROL HAR \lEY, w if e of a S enator f rom Alabama. Sh e \\'a5 a wellknown \Vashington hostess nd h e r parties w e r e co n s id e r e d t o b e very d elightful. A l so :1 g ucst was another C. H.S. alumnus fr an) Lhe nalio n's capila!' Dr. JOHN TOWNSHEND, D emoc r atic Senator fr o m ;\Jai n e. On th e j ourney to New York after bidding ;lIary l and it f ond farewell, Ih e C. H.S. lige r dec id e d h e wanted some entertainment. H av in g a lr ea d y tried olltte l evis i o n h e turne d o n the r adio, Soon th e Sauce r was fill e d with the gol d e n voi ce o f Ih e n e w s in g in g sensa li o n JORDAN,

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b CLle r -known a s the H c:trtbcat." H e \\':1::. lhe n e w es t s i l.l le-bug ( tcen -age) rage. The bac k ground mus i c wa s rhythmic ally supplie d b y LEO TURNER :llId hi::. \LOrlli c JUnlpcrs, o n e 0 1 the l ill b t orc h estras in the coulltr)'. Lco wa s COIIsidcre d the "I-Ltrry .Ja mes" of the 1lIli s i c world. I -lis regular vocalis t. il \\"a::. announced. Iud bryn g iti s and W;.t::. un:tblc to P CrlOrill. She was l\liss D OROTHY ROWLEY, ,,-110 \\" well known lor hcr hill-billy numbe r s. Filially thc C.H .S. tiger lallde d on Sherry Fi cld. Jonlle rl y La G uardia Field, bllt r enallie d for the co n s trll ctio n e ngineer, CHARLES SHERRY, :Ifter h e r ebui lt it \\ 'itll ::.peci:d Jiclds fo r Ilying S:lU Cers and j e t planes A s h e s t eppe d o j I the Jide! S O lllcon C thrus t the "Ne,,' York Timcs" into his iunds Clancing thro u g h h c s :\\, that NANCY KA UFER \, a s edito r -in-chief. "Cuess that' s wh y circulati oll has increase d," ht..' JlIutte r ed. O n thc ::.p ort::. page ,,"crt..' the headlill es "J.\NE COJ\I P TON \ Vins Hig h .JUlllp In lY 6 1 O l ympic::." and "VI Lf\IA SASSO Bre a k s \Volllell's Scoring Record F o r Volley Ball \Vith Po\\'erlul S erve. Funht..'r o n h e s a'" lhis advertiseJllent, "Cr:tUIlUIl prest.:llts ANDRE\V L If\1. ver::.alile a C lOr :llId 'inn e r 01 the New York Critic's :\,,ani. in 'i\lacbeth,' and stage ::.t.:ls b y R I T \ FISH ER : ICclai m e d as an :Irtis t c b elon ging to the S illlle grou p a s \ I i c hc:lanegl o and Raph a cl." Readillg o n h e notice d that J O H N DROSTE was starring in the t hrilling movi e seri :tI, "Tomrll Y Tomurrow, Capl;tin 0 1 the Future." Theil his cye \\ a s caught b y a ::.k e t c h 0 1 a ra\' i s h i n g evening gown. U nderJleath it said" Hc'lI b e gallant and rOlllalltic \\"he n y o u're ill a dre::.s d es i gncd exclus i v el y lor YOLI b y HELEN $8 10 LIp, H eroriginaJ, : Ir e ,,'orn b y SANDRA HAJ\L\lOND, aile of tht: bcst dresse d \, OllH.;n ill the ,,orld." On thc mus i c page the tiger r ead t hat ANN. \ F ISH ER, t ; tl ente d conCert p ianis l. W:lS making h e r d ebut at Carnegi e H ;t1l along with HENRY \VA CHTEL and hi::. v clvct -vo iced v i ol i n. Clilllbing b:l c k aboard the S a uct.:r the :t1u III Ili hunte r turne d o n the : HltOJ"lI:lti c pilot :,0 thaI it would SLOp ill Day t o n, Ohio. There h e v i s it e d C:OLETT.\ STI EBRITZ, fOllncier o f a L earn P o i::.c alld C lamOtlr i n T ell Les::.on::." cSlabli:,h tlle llt. \:-. the C.H .S. tige r hopped frail 1 ::.l:lI c tu ::.tatc: h e m C l : ROBERT 5 1 EVERS vcry suppOrting a wife alld t e n children -ED\VARD STEVENSON c ourtiJlg a ric h socialile Iro m Nc\\' York P ,\T RlIDCE keepillg h o u:-.e l o r DAr\' NELLI S \\"h o \\"a.., \\"urkin g : 1::. a ]ollg)i1o r c llI:t1l ill Pugel S oulld -PI NTO, di..,tin gui!
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Margarita Barcenas Jose Balquin Yolanda Diel Salvador Aleguos Carol Coleman John Fahnestock Frances Geri B lanche Blond Allen Blaney Virginia Fohl e Mar tha Grohom Bob Bai ley Dione Dare Henry Ford Gloria Hall Jacquie Boyl e T eddy Englebright Elsa Fernande z

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\ 42 Robert Granberry Pa' Howard Arnold Monning Mary Ann Hannigan H enry lawrence Elena lee Roquel Maldonado Peter Johnson Rita Howard Terry McNamee Jeanine Nix Pearl Herrero Alfonso Maldonado Irma Leignodier N idio Oliver Woller Kuhrt Gwendolyn Koriger Da" Mcloughli n

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Nancy Ram sey Tolmodge Solter Doro Weich Keith Moumblow Koren Stroop John Wilkerson Roy Wibon Joonne Reccia Gilbert Smith Sonio Weich Jean Wong Isaac Oslrowiok Shirley vo n der Dijs Poul Whitlock K enneth Zimm ermon Mo.gore t Ridg e Robert Weover Ardi!o Willougby 4 3

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5 o F i rs t R o w ; K Argo, J Bogby. G B e nn e tt A. Blod n J Bloi r T. Brennan, V Bryont, H Burk e, J (hon and H Complon. Second Row: l. Constantine, l. Croft, K Donie l J Doy le. J Dum bould, B Egolf, H Ferri, T. Fre y M Gordne r and C. G e rch o w Thi r d Row: R. Groce, A. Gillick E Guardia, M H olI, C. Holl ell, R. Harri s R Henson J J e nkins, T. J e nkins, and l. Jones. Fourt h Ruw, M Joudrey, N Koriger, J A lim, D Mo c Sporran, I. Malea, M Marquar d L. McKail J McKeown, and M Morland. p H o M o R E 5 Fif t h Row: R Orvi s, R Pabon, Y P enohe rrero, C. Pin t o D P o n d e r M Pr etia, J Ronkin R Reed l. Rhineha r t and I. Robe rt s. Six t h Row ; D R u b e lli R Soller, D So.so, N So;s:>, J Sch e ibel e r L Sch e id e99. B Sh erry M Sh e rr y A.. Sim o n s and C. Smith Sevent h Row : E Ste r ns l. Steven so n B Torr, R Tote lmon, D Tay. lo r A Thomas J lorn e J larne, R Vi' lo'oz, o ... d G Wach t el. Eighth Row W W e tzel J Wi han, and J Woa d 45

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FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BRAWL The Freshme n ""er e offi c ially initiate d on th e o p ening schoo l day \\"jth th e .tnllua l bra wl. The Freshm<::11 l o u ght hard to gain their honore d place in Hig h S c h oo l but ,,"er e defea t e d b y th e S ophom o r e's grand score 0 1 8 5 LO the Freshmen"s 3 2 Eve ryo n e h a d fun from t h e "tug o f war" right down to the fr ee for all." E vane a c,

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F irs t Row: J Andenon. A Bernarde z J Brennon. V Bringai, D Brown T Catanzaro, T. Chin, N Chitril, M Chong, ond D Cockle Second Row: R Connord, N Courtwright, l. Cox, D Cunningham, J Cusler, J Delaney, T Didier, M Didrickson K Dignom, ond S.Dinkgreve. T hir d Row: T Dyer, K Ferguson, G Ferro, M Fro se r C. Gagnon. C. George, D Geyer, P Hami!lon, A Hannigon, ond G Harris F o u r lh Row: J Halgi, J Hayes, B H ickey, R. Hodges, J Holgerson, T Hughes, E Jenkins, V. Kam D. Kissam, and H Kyle. F i h h Row H Kyle, A lor a J Lora, C. L essord, A L i m N Lowe, S Mann, D Mclore n S McNomee, and S Mi!bur n S i x l h R o w : B N ewhord, E Penoranda, M Pet e rson G Platkev ;ch J Pompelli, D Presion, J Ramir e z R R e ccia R R e i ss, ond J Robinson Sevent h Row: R Roe. E Roson i a K Roscoe, J R owley, B Sanders, R Sonlos, R Sasso E S e a rs, I. S e n-o n Ii, and P Shank Eight h Row R Smith C. Tabor, M Togo ropulos, C. Thompson, N Tom C. Tutlle, C. Tuttle. E U lric h A Vanderg r ift and A Vi! o Ni n l h Row E Wals h R W illiams, R Young ond M Zimmerman 47

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The SlUt/Lilt \:o.'50{ i:l ti oll i ... gO\ '('!"IH: d ; ,ccorditlg to Parli: lIllCIlI.:lr) Procedure b y the Student COlill c il. \ r e p r e:,cnlati yc :llld ;111 a ltCTnate i ... ekcte d f r o m e a c h h O lll e rOOll1. I n additioll the r e i .... the Prcs idLIll. Di c k Sulli va n: Vice-Pres i d ent. H o b Daik\': S l.:crclan. P :lt (;ed(II.::'. ; Ind Trc a:,urc r. J o hll Fahn esLOck, '. PAT GEDDES SPONSORS JOHN FAHNESTOCK This year alth ollg h polio pbyc d : 1 \ '1.:1")' illlpO rt :lI11 pan ill c lllcc llill g 1I10S 1 s c hool a cti \ i tie:,. the S[ udc ll t \\": 1'" p :II'ti(u brl) ... ucn:"..,[ til. The Stlldellt \:,:,oci : n i oll s p olhon.:d : H .ti\ itie:,. Iho ... c thal could h e h e ld. w e r e [inancia ll y s u cce s s ful. Mr Robinson ond \ VOl(: o[ a ppreciation goe:o. tf) :,pol\:,or, \ I r, Bu d Robill"o n \,' 110 h ; t d the p : n i e n ce alld [ o niluLi c 10 direct alld clldurc all IllLl'ling .... H j calm n ess serve d a s a bas ic at : ill li lli e .... Mr. Flowers l S I r o w L eft t o Rig hI : T Jordon Mr Robin son, J Fohnestock, B Boiley P Geddes, ond R Sullivon 2nd row. Left T o Righ T : E Rosonio J Holgenon A Thomos, B Didri ckson I. Lowe, J Boyle. N Koriger 3rd ro w L eft 1 0 RighI : T Salter, J Davis W Kuhrt 49

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th e Iall gll: tgC CVCI')OIl C !:Ip ca k:... h o l d:.. ib place in Cri:..wbal Hig h S c hool unde r th e di rection 0 1 lhaL iln 'orit c 0_ E Thrce dl'partlllcIH:". the Orc he:..tra, Hand and mixe d Glee Club. in additi o n lO these three outstanding g r oups. ,\11'. J o r:..lad thl..' Str i n g i:.n:..cmble and th e b oy's Glee Club. MUS I C Ea c h yea r t h e D epartm ent provides e x cellent entertainment during th e Christmas and Ea'i t c r S e a so n U nlortllnat c ly, b ecause o f circum stances b eyond control. the l a m e d Christmas F es tiva l Pageant were ca n celled. The G l ee Club made hi story with the Fre d \ Varin g arran gc m cnt of "Dry B o n es" and "Coun l r y Sly le'" MR. O E J ORS TAD

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Caribbean Chapter National Honor Society The: lli gIH':"It h Ollor \\' !li t h 1 :111 h c b c ... tmrL'd llpon all)' C H S Tige r IlI ClllbclShip in the Natiol1: '! HOll u r So c i e t y The !)ludcllh dc( l c d to [hi ... !)OCiCl} an.: lir." Chll'CIl !>l':CIIl!)C o j ;1 B or b e tter : 1 \,(:r: lgc and Illus t L'xcL'l in c har:I C(lT. k ;\{lcr ... hip. :llld "Icrv i cc Further : l cliicn: IlIt.'1l1 IlI;! Y b e exp ectcd 01 lilc,c ; U : llklllil Tig(;r ... ,\'Ilell Lhe y k:t\'t : thl' ckn . \J1Jt:rt .\tlia, Sandra H a ll1llH JlH1. Frallcc, \\' o n g .I;tlll' Comptoll. Ja(k Randa ll. and .\nI1:l Fi,hc r ; Irc l hl' luck} ..,ix cub" \\ h o hold ill thi.., g r oup. T he) :In: kd a 1110'11 c'}Jablc :llld c Hici cllt :-.p o n 'lor. .Ieallll e BrowlI. THE TIGER CA.GE

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Art Honor Society The Nati o n a l An H o nor So c i e t y e l ec l e d and initia l e d into it s mids t l i ve n e w Illc lllb c r s this year. They e a c h rille d the r equire m ents LO o b ta i n m e m b e r s h i p w h i c h i s a o neman displa y co n s i sting-o [ a t l eas t t e n different p i eces 0 1 work in at l e a s t t e ll diffe r ent m ediullls. The Llwee o ld m embers: Andrew Lim, Sandra Hammond. and Rila Fi s h e r were g lad to sec the five underc l ass m e n Virginia F ahle. Inna L e i g n adic r. Di a n e ;\l c L a r c n. Didr i c k so n and St ephani e \ Iilburn carryin g Ollt a c tiv e work for the n ex t ycar. Left: Sandra Hammond. Rita Fis he r Andrew lim, Virginia Fohle, Marion Didrickson and Diane Mclaren

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The..: hall 0 1 pe;ILc and illtc llCCh or (our..,e, 0111' Tigcr'" Lib!" ;I,"" He..:re..: the) l i ll thc..:ir \\ 'ith the knO\de dge..: onl) book) Gill )uppl), Our libr:tr) 0 1 the and book.., lor the hig h I t compare... ... \, 'ith the hig h ..,(hool a.., hig h ,:,dlOOb do not h a \ e their 0\\'11, but n.:quire..:d to 11)1.: the p u b li( libraI') in the [\'cry tigt.:r appn.:ciatn : lIld kllo\\' ) facL; tht.:rclorc, e..::'l c h rl')pccb and lhe pri\'ilcgc.., 0 1 their libraI'), Tht.: library ,:,t:1I1 (hi) )ear 01 \Idi ... \Villoughb), Lui.., S c h c i ti l.'gg, Shl.'ib .\ l cNalllt.:e. ;tile! Santira H allllIl0J1ti, a ll until'!" the i)ioll 01 .\Ii),:, BrO\nl, L B R A Sondro Hom mon d Sheilo MeNomee, Ardi$ Willoughby, ond lois Scheidegg 55

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LIEUTENANT NOLAN MAJOR B AQT SERGEANT V IGGIANO R. o. T. c. CADET CAPTAIN HONORARY C APTAIN FIRST LlEUTENANl EDWARD BRINGA S PAT GEDDES DICK DU COTE The yc;-tr IY5J marked tht introduction 0 1 th e R ese rv e d Offi ce r s Training' Corps 0 1 CrisLOba l H i g h Sc hool. The.: are grat e ful to th ose w h o s t rove to aLtain an R.O.T.C. in Cri stobal.

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secretory 1121" CLUB In ()Hler lor :111 o rg:llli/:llioll t o h e ,,' orlh\\ hik it tlllhl :lChit:\t,: :tilli. The aim 0 1 tht.: "21 Cilib i ... LO ;I(k:II)(1.: P an:lIlH. :ricllIi ... lll. .\l the beginning 0 1 tht.: .. dwol )'<::11' e a c h Illclllbt r i., : 1 S Ollthern 01 CClltl:!! .\IIlL'ric:tn (OIlIHI") Ill" j a..,..,i g ncd LO '1cc.:k inlorln: lli oll about iL. Tht' exc hanging 01 Ihnc Ic.:llc,'> t('nd ... to ,('al Ill'W I r i cl1d ... hip and CI"l ; a t c b eLLer IIl1d c r .. t:tllding hl'I\\' l'l:1l l hl' (Ollillril''', ,\1,0 glint ::.p e: lk t p, arc i ,wi l e u LO I h e C I tI b 1110 : 1 i n g .... Thcy lell 01 lhc il I'XpCricllu"'1 in th e dillLTl'lll (olllllrin. T h e Club, th e 'polhor .... a\,';lId g C ll tl"Ou'J p i ill'''' lor th e thret.: bl'::.t al t h e end 0 1 )<.':11. \ 11'. Beck alld .\I r. albee, t ht.: laudl) 'pOlbor,'), : lI e a hdp in )4Cllillg the: g u es t .... pc:lkcr::. and h e l p in g the bo)!'I aUluin: illl orlllation lor thtir n :pOJ b. Isaac Moleo, Robert Granberry, Middle (ow: Carl Pinto John Fohn $ lock K e ith Moumblaw, Robert Bail e y Thomas K e lley Noel McGinn, Isaac Ostrowiok Front row : Harry Compt o n Jock Randall, Alb e rt Allio vicepresident; Henry Wachte l president; Roymood Pioto Thomos Frey The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club The Junior R ifl e Club 0 1 C ri!'llob a l Hig h S c hool fir!'lt made it-. appeara nce i n lY-17. hav in g 1 8 ( h :lrle r IlleJllber!'l. I t i!'l probably bi gges t and m os t a ctivc (Iub ill lhe ')chool. \ g rL':n many inll.Jn )\ T L m e n b h aH: occurt.:d !'lincL' I Y -I,. !'Iu c h :t!'l concretL' lor the rang"c. n e \ \ rifk clbin e t s and lIe\\' cquiplllent. T ht.' club ha!'l !'lL't Ill:lny high goab and \\ ill n o d oubt reach the nt unde r the abk guidancL' 0 1 thL' !'lp o nsor. \ I r. G i b!'lon and t h e :t!'l!'li'itant i l h lrll c lor . \ 11'. G r i : tlb,

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The Camera Club The Club. yea r unde r the 01 ,\lr. Bixby and pn':5.idt'IH Vinor .\Ii zrachi. s p ent their lime taking picture!) l o r the yea r boo k and in illlJJrovin g their pi clIIrela ki n g u :c h niq Ill : d c\'t.:/o pi n g printing and e n largi n g. The othe r ol liu. : r!'l \\'crt: : J ohn T owll!'l h end, VicePn:sicicnl: Nan cy Kaui l'r. Secrct al'} : : .la c k Randall, Treasun: r. Torrid Zone Wizards The T orrid Zo n e \Vi/anb o j Cri:-.LObal Hig h S c hool h a d its beginning in 1 9 1 2 w h e n it \"'I!) o rgani/c d b y .\11'. Carl F .\lae d!. The :-.p o nser 0 1 the club i:-. n o\\' .\h" B rian!'!. III order t o obtain m CIlIIXT!'lhip i n [hi!'! club, one m u s t 5 h O\, an acti ve i n l en:!'l l in !'lOIllr.: lield 0 1 S c i e n ce .\it.:mber!'l arc c ho!'lcll 011 the bas i s o f sc holar ship. The tri p to Barra Colorado blalld ill C atlin L a k e h : l;;' becom e almosl a Lradilion for lhi3 ::tcli\'(: club.

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Left 1 0 RighI B oc k row: Noel McGinn, Frances Wong, Jock Rondol!. Front row Carmen Romirez Nancy Kaufer, Jane Compton, Pot Geddes. Inse!; Sondra Hammond QUIll :lI1d Suoll i, :111 ill tt:rn ;nion:d hO'lOI ;II) ,oe i l' t ) 101 Hig h SdlOol.l0llrllali"h, rile PUJP()'I{' 01 Lhi, ( Iub i ... t o lhe: ,Iandard 0 1 hi g h 'I( hool journ:di'll1 and 10 "'L inHlialt:: illll' r C t ill journal, i ... tic cnde;I\ or. I t i the honor !'Ioc i e t)' lor th e lidd 0 1 ;tnd ih :tllili:tLcd a n i \'itic .... T ht:: Fuwre Teachers 0 1 \llI e ri G I \,' a s orga ni/cd in 19-19 LO lunh<:r t he: n o b l e cause o f lcaching a s a profession, T h i, YC:lr'') proj ec t \\' a ... a ... lUlI) of the Unite d .'Jalion s in
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National Thespians The re.: arc.: ilion' l h al1 lion troupc, co\'c r ill g e v e r y ill th e unioll. C ri:-,tobal Troupe No. 1 7 i:. t hl: o lll y olle Oil hide till' cOlltinental iilllil ... The m o tt o i .. \ ( 1 \\'1.'11 you r pan. There ;til lh e h Ollo r lies: T h e h o n o r 0 1 b e in g Best Thc:-.pian" \, 'enL to ,\ndn.:\\' lilli. To b e cligibk l o r T hc!lpia n : 1l1I1!!L carll tc..:n point!'! 011 :-.OIlI C ph:,.,c 01 dra m a tic"! throt/g h olll t h e sc hool ),(';11' I he office. tur (hi, \car :11..:: l'IC,ilicIiL lad, R antl.1I1. Yi ccl' rC'idC IiI. JrJl1I1 \ \,iU .. cl'on : and "'ClICI:I1\. \ ulalld,1 Diel. Bcd. j, Ihe alh j"ol. Dramatic Club T h e ;Iilll alld alllbition 0 1 cnT\' m ember 01 th e Dramatic-Cluh i .. to a chicve Illc;llbc r!lhip in tIll' Thc:-.pi all S oc i c t),. T h e productio n :-.t :ll1 01 tile pia) '!'!! are (lioscn IrOl li thi!'!! g r ollp" OIlCt.: e\"c r\" \'C:II" 11t:\, art: initiate d :llld art: o l c d it ; '011 lheir abilil) LO p<::I"IOI"1I1 ')011le.: pha!'lc 0 1 dr:ulI:1t ic')" The Dramalic C lub i') Cri!'llobal Hig h S ( hool" ... largesl clllb" En: r)' year the club prnellh a night 0 1 play!>. dirCCll:d h) the I hi, \ ca r", ( I i("cr, \\ ere: I're'id clll. lohn \\"ilJ...cr,on; \ icc" 1'1 l' i d l' 11 l Yolanda Die/: Sec.-clan. Fran" ce' \\"ong and rrc
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t eft 10 Right eock row Luciano Arias, Fronk Holgerson, Freddy Ateguas, Pol Rudge, Second row Dick DuCole, John Townshend, Sondra Hammond, A lberl Attio Henr y Wochlel, Andre w lim, Jock Randall, Third row Barbara Gillick Anna Fis her, Elvia Ram i r e z Mary Simons son, Frances Wong, Raymond Pin to, Coral Harvey, Colelto Steib ritz Fourlh row Rita Fisher Pol Geddes, Ines lowe, Vilma Beverl y lindstrom, Nancy Kaufer, Instructor Mr Gibson Driving Class T h e driv in g class w{(:, jus t organiled thi s yt:;Ir. Only S C lliors 1 7 yea r s o l d wcre p ermille d t o ta kt: t h e During th e course th ey had t o a 0 1 tra lli c and regulatio n s ,,' h e r eupo n the), were entitle d to a learner's permi t. The tin al g i vc n a t th e license bureau. The In.\I r. Gibso n. Debate Club O r ga nilcd jus l this year b)' F r a n c i sco \ Vong and Noel i\l cCinn. th e D ebate Club open s a n e \, fie ld o f activity. \ Vilh the d eve l opIIIClll 01 abi lity i b th e mc. it a g r e a t d ea l 0 1 illt c r es t to C H.S. . \11". B ec k an in th e lield 0 1 public speaking acts an advise r.

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-.. Jumors rresem Spirit Of :::1n.,. ... ThanksJ!i_ -.:---.....

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VARSITY FOOTBAll QUEEN and COURT 2ueeH-qecMed. A Uendonls: H elen Kissam Sondra Hammond, Nancy Kaufer, Jone Compton E scorls: Dick Sullivon Captain. Vernon Bryant, Bob Boiley Tom Jordon 67

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First Football Jamboree The F O Olb ali Jambo r ee in whic h B albo a Hi g h S c hool .lu"i o r College and Cris lObal Hig h all p anicip; n c d \\';t:, h e ld f o r t h e fir1'lL lillle 011 Septe m be r 2 8 1950. The hi ghlight 01 th e e v ening was th e arrival uf L1H.: three qllC('Il'l r cprc'ocilling the three !-lchoob: ;'\Iary L e a Alcarraga, Junior College: Allll ette Godby Balboa: Nanc y K aufe r Cri stobal. Three quarte r!'l o[ football w c r e played a long \\'ith se v e ral contes t s of punting. kicking and running .Junior College wa lked away with t h e hOllor s wit h C ri s tobal second and th e Bulldogs broll g lll up th e r car in third place

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in a huddle his -and .ght! :0 back to .he W OOdD S we()t mUk Butt;ermilk crene All for C rint obnl Stand up and you haver havon t d o

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F o o T B A L L A L L S T A R S

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TOM :reNt<,., ,",5 145 'bs. C. So h. It Ii

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Fron r row: Wong, (hin, Reed, Kurht, Humph rey, Johnson, Thompson, Arios, Reccio Second row : Blackburn, Jordon, Z immerman, Groce, Weaver Davis, Aycock ; Sullivan, Bailey, Sassoro. Third row : Ducru et, Monning, A lexaitis, W hirl ock, Soller Sherry, Sears, Bryant Brin9as, Taylor. Fourrh row: ferro, Jenkins, Turner, Sievers, Hughes, Engleke, Gerchow, Benet!, Orvis, Bagby. CaproinDICK SULLIVAN Mosr valuable player-ARN OLD MANNING COACH PALUMBO .. BASKETBALL TEAM Fronr row : Whitlock, Smi t h Bai ley, Manning Second row : Bryant, B lackburn, A llgaier, Su lliva:l

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CHAMPIONS left to Right, D Sulli van, J Hotgi J Ande rson B Bail e y T Salte r R Wilson G Smith l. Rhinehart. E S ears, Cooch Palumbo, T. Hughes, A Manning. B So Ite r J Ram sey. P Johnson. W Kuhrt E Ridge C ri sto b a l CristOb a l Cri sto h a l B a lboa Cristobal 2 vs. .J unio r College LFAGLIE STAND I NGS 8 v .... Balbo a 7 ( i Junio r College I II' L V 'i. C ristob a l 5 I 5 v,. .Juniur College 0 3 v<. Cris t o b a l B albo a 2 2 v,. B alboa C.Z .J.c. 2 74 P e l. .83 1 .333 .333

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Girls' Varsity Club The.:: Cirl,' Var ... it), i.,:111 e x(l u,j\,L' ..,port-. ( Iub T o b e col1l c : l lll clllhn a g irl 1111hl panic ip: H C ill a t l e a .. 1\\"0 ill one )'t..:aL T hL' club !opoll!oon.:d b y .. K n.:n:lll :llId t h e o fli ccr .. : Ir c : .Ia cquit: B o y lc. R
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No 4 Tulan e Won 4 L ost 3 L eft to Righ I : Mildr e d Morquad, Alice Hannigan, Mar. garita Barcenas, Barbaro E golf, Marie Marian Oidricbon, Jilmo Lora Morgoret Gomilo Joonne Reccio Coptain, and Kor e n S troop No 1 No Carolina Champions Won 9 Lost 0 tell t o Right Fro nt Row: Rita Howard, Aurora L im, Rosalie Young, Belly Gagnon Middle Row: Frances Geri, June Rowley, Carlen e Tob e r and Ine z Lowe

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N o. 5 W o n 5 M ichigan l os t 3 left 1 0 Righ I Joon H oi e r T h elma L eigllOdi:r, Weich Noney lim, Norma lowe and N d Arlin e B oy l e, Coptom' I 10 Oliver fronT : Jocquie No.8 Won 0 leh 10 RighI Yo Ie L ost 8 Front Row Barbaro Sherr M h P enoherrero Gwend I /'. orl (I Graham, Yolanda Bock Row: I '.ma lei on Y anger, and Coral George Sh irley Trudeau 9 odler, Pot Geddes, Captain, and

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"A" League Volleyball Champions L eft 1 0 righ i fronl row : Noncy 5osso Dinah 5055 0 N elli e Holge rson Jane Complon, and Jocquie Boyl e Bock row: Vilma So u o Col e tto Sli ebrilz, Joanne R e ccie J eanette McKeown, Margare t Ridge. and Mary Ann Honningon T h e "..\" L eagu e p l a c e d lir:-.L in intLTslilo i a')t i c g aIlH ;:' lhi:, year. The tcalll coa c h e d h y i\l i!)!) Virg in i a K ee na n w h o has t a u g lll h c n : in C. H.S. l o r l our year:,. C o n g r atulatioll!) Illll:o..t 1)(.: g i ve n lO the.: "1\" Lt:a g u c lor winning f Ollr g allH..::, ill a r o \\ l o r th e lir:,l l i lli e i n years The :-.talldill g:-.. 0 1 th e vi(lO ri o u') 1\" I .. ...(.:a g u l' w e n : a s 78 C. H.S. B H S C.Z.J .c. IV o L o

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"8" league Volleyball Champions r Left 10 righI, front row: Mildred Morquord, Nancy Koriger, Alice Honningon, and Down Presion Bock row : Janice Rankin Carline Tober, Arline lim, Ann Thomo s, l ois Sch c idegg, ond Dora Weich A l l e r 1\\'0 \\'ell playe d the "I)" L e a g u e e m e rged Lllldcl e n c d. I t Illig-Ill be :H.ldc d thal Coac h K ee n a n g:IVC:1 dinlle r at the Gol! Club ror th e g ir l s' efforts T h e "B" L eag u e a r c : C.H.S. 1l.I-I.S. II' L 79

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Ann Thomas Sophomor e Dora W e ich Junior 19'51 BASKETBALL ALL-STARS Noncy Koriger Sophomore Mary Ann Hannigan Junior Jane Compton Senior

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The Staff The journalism stoff i s about 1o leap out of your li ves forever, l e aving eli ils monumenlo these poges. Befor e we l eap. we t o ex pr ess Ollr graliwdc to: So:,a SllId i o. for the l in c H all 0 1 F aille picture:,: \ Ir. Baiit:y, .\11'. K a ukr. :tnd ;\11'. H a nna l o r t hcil .,pon:-.. pi c tures: Sl. Pt.:tcr s bllr g P r intin g Co. and the.: South ern Engravillg Co .. bot h of Sl. P C l e r:-..burg. Fl or ida: o u r the bll ... inc,:-,llIcll 01 Co l o n a lld P an:lIll ; 1 ,\"110 gave LIS th ei r lin a n c i:d the Ca m cr:l C lu b, lor ih cOllt r ihuti oll!'!: b.,t but n o t l e a s t. w e w i s h LO tha nk the b C lllt)' and lor their g raci olls co-ope r ation. T o Our S p ec i a l Wel l -Wis h e r s Wh o Dug D eeply Inlo Th eir P oc k e l s F o r A Contribut i o n MR. AND MRS. M KISSAM MR. AND MRS. S. HAMMOND MR. AND MRS. F. PINTO MR. AND MRS. R l. SULLIVAN DR. AND MRS. J WILKERSON MR. AND MRS. V FISHER MR. AND MRS. DIEZ DR. AND MRS. R deBOYRIE Co-editors ; Pal G eddes and Nancy Kaufer

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Colon Import & E xport C o., Ltd. WHOLESALERS COm 1 Jli me1l.ts of Bestfit Clotltes 452 BO LI VAR A VENUE COLON Illh STREET COLON Mr. Floweu: "If you hod seven apples and 1 o sked you for two, how mony woul d you have left?" D ick Aycock; "Seven." COll.g ral.u.latiorts to tile C ia o f '51 Royal Netherlands Ship Company COLON, R. DE P. NATIONAL Mattress Factory Melendez A"cn u e Bel wee n 10 a n d 1 1 Sireei s COLON Best in Rest" Miss liter: How wou l d you define un aware' ? Dick Sullivan; It 's the losl thing I toke off 01 nigh t." Com.plimen ts of R ADIO CENTER PANAMA COLON BOLIVAR AVENUE CO LON

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Firemen's Insurance Company COllltJlimen/.'f of BlIll1 ulI 2:1 hTlae Loya/ly G rOllI''' WORLDWIDE I NSU RA NCE E. O. HAUI(E l:riS l u hal :1:120 ( : ollslrul"lioll C u. "Is she a nolurol b londe or (I platinum bl onde?" Neither. She's (I s uicide bl onde." A suicid e b londe ? Whol' s tho I ? (;(11011, U It I', ____________ "_Dy _ d b Y h _ O W ho nd." _________________ Compliments 0/ CasuU o l e w e l e r y S l lm"e John Surany Front Street No. 45. Colli II Telephone 848 Cu l o n R. ,Ie P. Illh ami F r Oll1 H ere comes the parade, Johnny. Call your mOlh e r Whe r e i s s h e ? " Upstairs, dod, waving h e r hoir." "Goodness! Can' t w e afford (I flog? R es t ill C o mf urt a t the Hotel Th e B e s t ifl Serv i c e lin d F oo d Dil/lle r Dallces 011 S pecial Occ a s ion s Telel,hone 3 2116 B e s t oj Everyll.illg lu 'he Class oj 1951 KNIGIITS OF COLUMBUS Cristohal Coun cil No. 1689 :.: Margarit: l C Z. 85

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86 PANAMA S.A. AUTOMOBILES SIXTEENTH STREET MELENDEZ AVENUE COLON, R DE P. "Abbott," cried Costello, "Abbott! My feet ore frozen and they're S licking aul of the cov e rs." You fool, onswered Abbott, why don" you pull them in? "Oh, no," said Costello I ain' putting th ose cold things in bed wilh m e Complim.e nts to the Class of '51 FROM Armed Service Y MeA Photo Shop Good Pictures (It (I LolV Price CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE

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S E R V E D A T o U R P A R T I E S 'Stur/ e llt .. Lap It U p Tao" 87

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88 UNITED FRUIT COMPANY GREAT WHITE FLEET UNITED FRUIT BU ILDINC CR ISTOBAL PHONE 3-2121 Offices "Is this number 1-11 1? aske d the vOICe ove r th e t e l ephone. N o," replied th e moron. T his is eleyen-e l e v e n." "Sorry 10 hove bothere d you," said 'he voice. CENTU RY CLU B PANAMA CITY I'HONE 52:l -524 "No bother," said the moron I was getting up anyway 10 answer the phone" Complimellts to the CLASS OF 1951 SMOOT-HUNNICUTT S. A. TELEPHONE 800 B U I CK F R IG ID A I RE COLON R P. DIST RIB UTO R S CHEV R O L E T FIRE STON E

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10. 1lte ClaM air 1951 TI-iANK YOU! HERFF.JONES i s Pruu d In I lav e Becil C ho,ell 1 0 Mallu factu r e Y Ull r C ia,; R i llg HERFFJONES COMPAN Y 1..:'" E A. LEWI S Calle No I:H, nux 1408. I :'anan w "Young mon, the professor to t h e student who kepI on int errupting, "ore you Irying 10 in s t r uct thi s "Certainly nol, s ir soid th e student. W ell, then, don folk l ike on idiot," s. A. "YOUR FRIENDLY PONTrAC CADILLAC AND Gi\'IC D EA L E R I N COLON" 1 6 th a nd M e l e nd e z Ph o n e 1369 COLO:\' 89

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90 Compliments oj + CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION Compania Cyrnos S. A. C ri s l o b a l. C. Z Balhoa C. Z + Miss Liter: W hen I s o y I h a ve wenl what is wron g wit h t h a t sentence?" H enry Ford: It s w rong because you ain' t went yet Congralulations 10 Ih e C la ss o f '51 in CO L ON P ANA M A Pennsylvania Tires Complim ents o j Garage Sterling Ca ll e 1 4 Av e llitl a B o li" a r COLON, REP. DE P ANA M A T E L E FONO 136. 174 Mr Wallace: "And now, E ul alia w h a t do you know abo",t Fren ch syn tax?" E u lalio Guardia: I didn' t know they hod to pay for it 1-101. 1390 K C I-IOLA 9505 K C Radio Atlant i c o BALBOA A VENUE T E L EI'Il0NE 1044 The French Bazaar '"T h e Most Talke d -a b out C i l t S t o r e olllhe Isthmus!" JUAN PALOi\IERAS COLON

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CIA. HENRIQUEZ, S. A. Box 459 BOLIVAH 7 100 COLON Mr. Brion s : G i ve th e mos t imporlonl foci about nilrole!o." Bob B oiley: "They' r e ch eaper than the doy roles," PHON E 10 Ahnacen Salas Congratul atiofl S and Best Wis h es 1 0 Ih e Cla ss 0 / 5 1 JULIO A. SALAS, P, Op. BOLIVAR AVENUE PBONE 537 C OLON N I A SON I C P L E Viclor Miuochi: Mrs Bigelow, I don" thi nk I deserve CHI obsolul e zero," Mr s Big e low : 1 don' e ith e r Bul iI' s th e lowest mark I con possibly giye." COMPLIMENTS TO THE C LAS S oj 1 9 5 1 fro m "El lAVAMATICO" Colon's Autonlatic Laundry 8054 11lh ST. PHO NE 836L 91

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92 TELEF'ONO 239 BOX 618 Complirn e nto d e JOYfRIA fl SOl fLiRS ffilZRRCHI CALLE 9.1002 COLON, R DE P R ead the Panama American AND KEEP YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF WORLD DEVELOPMENTS UPTODATE :.: Is the Women' s Exchange?" Il$ked Reuben "Of course. Whot did you wanl 10 see?" THE (MIITIIRS t!I f/iASDLINI 11'6'1, II "Well, if you're 'he woman, I guess I 'll keep Sarah." The Standard Fruit & Steamship Co. Vacarro Line ROIERT WILCOX CO. JfI ish Ever y Success to tire Graduatin g C lass of 1951 INCORPORATED CENTR A L A VENUE PHONE 394

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"Good Ser v ic e for Good Cars" COLON Me. Millan and Eagan, Inc. your Ford Dealers II was Farmer Brown s firs! visit to the big lown. In the window of th e d eportment store he r ead a sign: "Ladies Reody 10 Wear Clothes." "Gosh," he said, ii s oboul lime." COLON All America MOTTA'S Cable&Radio 11w 2ualdtt PANAMA INCOHPOHATED * 93

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94 ABOU SAAD TEMPLE ANC IENT ARABIC ORDER NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE Oasi s of the Panam a Ca n a l Zone I s a R e al Boos t e r 0 / CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL itA mon," said s h e bitterl y "wonl$ everythin g he (on get." A wom o n," h e r ejoined, w onts anything sh e can g e t." B e st Wish e s to the Class of 51 I(ODAI(, PANAMA, LTD. FILM SUPPLIE S CAMERAS PRI NTING MATERIALS F ILM COLORED GUIDE FLASH-GUNS ARBOIX B UILDIN G -COL O N No 98 CEN TRAL AVENUE-PANAMA

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SOSA 4til (lr July Avenue Pan allla City P ll0togra p ller of T h e H all of fame Pictures Two hod been making a night of it in london. Aft e r riding 0 c:olHideroble distanc e on the bus, the finl t rave l e r soid, "Is this Wembley?" No," s aid the "This isn' t Wembley. This is Thursday ." "Good," said th e finT I m Thirst y 100. L e i s gel off and hove another drink, 95

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96 Besl Wishes CIA. C o n g ratulalio n s t o th e Graduat es 0 / '51 Cla ss fro m DIERS & ULRICH S. A. CASA MII{E T e l epho n e 101 Col oll Firs t Self-service Store Estahlishcfl in Colon "Before we were married," sh e cried bille rl y, "you lold m e you were well off." 1 WO$," h e ''But I didn' t know ii," Congratulations to the Class of 1951 ITALIAN LINES S TEAM SHIP CO. Cris tobal 3 2464 "Why do you oct so unhappy? Anything wrong?" I hod 10 shool my dog." "Was he mod?" H e wo:;n exoctl y pleased about il." F or Th a I /3es l D resse d Look Compliments of tL nUJfr E HHjlEB 11th 5 1 anrl Corne r of Bolivar A v e Willi e sow s om e dynamite, Couldn' understand it quile; Colon Wong S. A. GENERAL HARDWARE PANAMA COLON r h o n c 2.2087 Pho n e 30:i Curios ity n e v e r pays; II raine d Willie seven doys. AMERICAN LEGION STRESSES E. S Waifl Post No. 2 EDUCATION FIRST


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MR. CARL MAEDL

For your siiucrc concciii ol the
students ami their activities . tor
your untirint; devotion and never-
faihni) sense ol humor . and be-
cause you are loved by the Senior
Class . we dedicate this 1951
Caribbean to you.




(Every tiger a fighter)



TIGER TRAINER PALUMBO



Once upon a time the outstanding ath-
letic teams rated the term "Tigers" be-
cause ot their tigeristic prowess. Soon
the name "Tiger" became a symbol lor
the entire Cristobal High School.

Since every school has its tradition,
Cristobal's tiger spirit has made Isthmian
history.

Coach Luke Palumbo has given his all
to lurther this fighting spirit.



"Give a yell, give a yell,
Give a loud substantial yell.
And when we yell, we yell like:
P-A-LU-M-B-O, Yeo-a- PALUMBO!



Left to Right; Helen Kissam, Pat Geddes, Joanne Reccia, Little
Judy Palumbo, Nancy Kariger, Shirley Trudeau, and Jocquie Boyle




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THE

PRINCIPAL

TIGER



MR. PAUL LESTER BECK

The fiercest tiger in school"




MISS BEVERLY RUOFF

Secretary
'The prettiest tiger in the office"




MR. CLYDE FLOWERS

Ccncial Malh

1 rigonoinen \ Uons' (lounsclor

S.A. Aciiiuiuani




MR. PAUL EVANCOE

iMiHlish 9. II)

Ircslinian C;la,ss SpoiiMii



MISS ELEANOR FARSTVEET

Hciiischnjd \ris

Sotial Science





MR. NOEL GIBSON

-Metal .Shop. .\Ie< h, lineal Diauiiii;

Rille Ckib Sponsor




MISS VIRGINIA KEENAN

I'Insjcal Kdiicaliiin
Ciirls' X'arsitv .Sponsor



MR. OSWALD JORSTAD

Insti innental .\Iiimc
\'ocal Music



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MISS BESS LITER

English 11. 12

iinior Class Sponsor



MRS. ALFHILD MAEDL

.Malliemalics 7

Science 7



MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS

lldiisclioiil Alls

Cafeteria Manager





lOACH PAUL MOSER
l'h\si(al Ediiialioii




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MRS. DOROTHY SMITH

Journalism

Q'lill and Scroll

Sponsor










MR. JAMES STEARNS

Spani* ' '^

English 8




'^^ Social Science

Thespian Sponsor



D'amatic a, h c"






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ScptenihcT 18. 1917
1)1 AR Aim A(;(;if.:

Well, at loiit; last I'm a genuiiu- lixshman and
\v f really provctl ourselves at the annual treshnien-
sophomore brawl ^vhen we slaughtered the sopho-
mores. Some of the kids are not liilly recovered
yet. Our first year is looking mighty promising
with Edmund f^oc for class President, fay Troup
lor \'ice-l'residtnt, Olga i.eignadier as Secretary
and C^armen Ramirez for Treasurer. Mr. Evancoe
is fjur (lass sponsor.

Love and kisses,

Frosh
June 10. 19-18

Dear Alnt Accie:

Sorry I didn't write sooner but school has kept
me so very busy. Last October Mr. Paid Beck
replaced ^^r. Theodore Hot/ as ]jrin(ipal. Our
class gave a bang-up .V])ril Showers Dance which
was a huge success. Our talent assembly went
over big with a radio program theme. Especialh
the chorus line who gained the title ol the "Rock-
ettes of C.H.S." For our animal picnic we had
a night swimming party at the Washington Pool
which was loads of fiui.

I'll write again soon.

Love,

Frosh
januarv 15, 1949

Dear .\i'Ntie .\(;\rHA:

Thanks so much for the wonderlul Christmas
presents. School is more fun than ever. Guess
what? We won the brawl again this year, only
the second class in the history of Cristobal High
Schocil to do that. \Vcre we happyl We elected
Lariy (iotanche for class President and [immy
Sullivan for Vice-President. Sandra Hannnond
is Secretary and Elinor Donahue is Treasmer.
Mr. Evancoe is our class sponsor again.

So long for uow.

All nu lo\e,



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Soph
, 1919



Di AK .Vim IE Ac.aiha:

School is almcjst out once more and is every-
body glad. \(jt that we don't like school but a
vacation is so nice once in a while. We put on a
super Circus Dance last March, complete with
sideshows, hot dogs, and freaks. It was a lot ol
work but loads of fun. We disjjlayed our talent
through a tele\ision shoAV with singing com-
Miercials and all.

Wheeeeeeece! Three whole months ol \acation.
Love- and stull.

Soph
September 29. 1919

De\r Aunt Acjatha:

Gosh, I'm an upperclassman at last. It's such
a wonderful feeling. We arc sure to have a good
year with class officers .\ndrew Lini for President,
Rita Fisher for Vice-President, Pat Cieddes loi
SccretaiA, and Frances Wong as Treasurer. Miss

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Liter is our class sjjonsor besides bearing with us
all through English 11, a must lor all juniors.
Also recjuircd is L'nited States History which
really dcx-sn't leave us with much time to write
letters so if I don't write soon, you'll know the
reason why. School was finally converted from
eight periods a day to six one hour periods. It
makes a big dilference as school goes much faster.

I'm running out ol news.

Loads of love,

|unior
August ',, 1950
Dear At xr .^c;ArHA:

\'acatioii is two-thirds o\ei and 1 just got back
liom the interior alter a wonderlul time. 1 haven't
written to you in ages so 1 better bring you up to
date. Our class gave the Junior-Senior l)anc|uet
and Ball last year. We had a spring theme with
beautiful hand |jainted j)rograms and placecards
decorated with flowers. Everyone had a lovely
time. The next month we ga\e the "I .\m ,\n
,\merican" Day .Assembly with the hel]) of the
music department. The juniors also took charge
of the decorations lor Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement.

I can hardly wait for school to begin next
month.

Love,

[unioi
December T2, 1950
\h DEAR Ai'NT A(;atha:

I can hardly believe it yet, but I'm a SEN'K)R,
at long last . this is my last year in Cristobal
High School. We have a swell biuich of class
officers with Andrew Lim for President again,
Frances Wong for Vice-President, Helen Kissam
for Secretary and .\lbcrt .\ttia for Treasurer. Mr.
Maedl is our wonderful c lass sponsor. Polio re-
strictions have limited our activities something
awlul. Our Senior Formal was called off last
week. It was to be a Cinderella Ball and our
crowning achievement in high school. It was a
big clisaji])ointment. Last month ^\'e gave an a.s-
seniblv in commemoration of Panama's Inde-
pendence \\hich was very clever and amusing
liesides being educational.

.Merry Christmas and a Happy Ne^v Year.
^'our loving niece.

Senior
June l(i. 1951
Dear .\i nt .Agatha:

Commencement is over, 1 have graduated and
I am now facing the world, its problems and com-
plications. It is a very strange feeling after being
protected behind the walls c^f Caistobal High
School these ]jast lour years.

Baccalaureate and Clommencement themselves
were both wonderful. Everyone was so nervous,
but it was the most impressive and memorable
action of our twelve years of school. Thank you
for the lovely graduation gift.

\'our loving niece.

Senior







ANDREW PARNELL LIM President
Aii(l\"
Decern Ikm TZ. WKV^
Pucitd AiimicUes.

Repiihlic ot I'anani;i

"A inaii 11} inaiiY l/ilt'nii"

Glee Club 1. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; "21"
Club ] 2, 3. 4 ; Art Honor Society 2.3.4;
Cumera Club 3, 4; Class Dance Corn-
Miittee 1. 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Prom
Committee 3; Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3. 4 ;
Driimatic Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Vice-President
2; President 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Secre-
tary 2; Vice President 3; Best Thespian
3; Tradewintl Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Art Editor 4; S.A. Representative 1, 2;
Class President 3. 4; Water Polo 1;
Talent Night 2 ; Baccalaureate and Coni-
inencenient 3; "Mr. and Mrs. North";
"Life of the Party"; "Ramshackle Inn";
".Jenny Kissed Me" ; "Arsenic and Old
Lace" ; "The Black Flamingo" ; Stage
Crew 1. 2, 3, 4; Candidate for S.A.
President 3; Stage Manager 3; R.O.T.C.
4; Frosh-Soph. Brawl Coach 3, 4



FRANCES CARMEN WONG

Vice-President

()tH)l>fi 7. HIS.'i

( oluii. Republic ol I'aiiania

".-tlu'fixs til there [ntchiiig"

Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3 ;
Badminton 4 ; Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Junior Rifle Club 3, 4 ; Secretary and
Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 4; Secretary 4; Dra-
matic Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Secretary 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3;
Orchestra 1. 2. 4; Glee Club 1. 2; Dance
Committees 1, 2. 4; Junior-Senior Prom
3; Class Assembhes 2, 3; Class Treasurer
3; Class \'icc-President 4; Tradcwind 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 4



HELEN JANE KISSAM Secretory
" Kissie"
OcK.bcn I. 1932
Fast Orange, New jeisev

"lull of i'i/n. I'i^o), and i'ilalit\"

\ollevball 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4;
-Ml Stars 1, 2. 3, 4; Softball 1. 2. 3, 4;
All Stars 2. 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Pep Club 3 ; President 3 ; Programs for
Athletics 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. 4 ;
Class Secretary 4; Dance Committees 1,
2. 3. 4; Talent Night 2; Baccalaureate
and Commencement 3 ; Class Assemblies
1 2, 3, 4 ; Cheerleader 2. 4 ; Queen's
Court 4; F.T.A. Assend^lj 4; Tiadewind
Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Swinuning 2;
Make-up 1, 2. 3. 4; Ring Committee 3;
Frosh Soph Brawl Coach 4; Junior-Senior
Prom Conunittee 3; F.T.A. Publicity
Chairman; R.O.T.C. Company E Sponsor;
Homecoming Dance 3 ; Graduation Dance
2, 4



ALBERT ATTIA Treasurer

Ar-

Colon. Repiiblit ol Panama

.\pril 17. i9:t:^

"Adni'nrd h\ all"

Suftball 2. 3; National Honor >ocietv
3. 4; Camera Club 4; Rifle Club 4;
R.O.T.C. 4; Torrid Zune Wizards 3, 4;
"21" Club 3 ; \'ice- President 4 ; Class
Assemblies 2, 4; Dance Committees 2, 4;
Educntifin Week Assembl> 4; Class Treas
urer 4



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ALFRED ALEGUAS
"Freddy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
November 29. 1932
"A liaiid\ artn in tlie
sport's world"

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




JANE DE BOYRIE
linii \"
Mtmtieal. Cianada
December 3(1, 1933
"K/ioirii for lier poise
and refinement"

Volleyball 1, 2, 4; Softball 2. 3; Basket-
ball 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Band 3. 4-
Orchestra 3. 4; Rifle Club 4; Camera
Club 4; F.T.A 4; Dramatic Club 3. 4;
"Jennie Kissed Me" 3; "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 3; "The Black Flamingo" 4;
Senior Assembly 4; Educational Week
Assembly




JOHN JOSEPH ALEXAITIS
"/r/f
October 9. 1933

"A tyfncal boy"

Football 1. 2. 4; "B Leaeue All-Stars 1;
Varsity Football 2. 4; Basketball 1; All-
Stars 1; Track 1. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2;
Softball 2; "Life of the Party"; "What
a Life"; "Ramshackle Inn"; Stage Crew
1. 2; Glee Club 3; Boys' Varsity 4;
Junior-Senior Prom 3; Dance Committees
2; Dramatic Club 1. 2; Class Assemblies
1. 3



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JANE ELIZABETH COMPTON
"Lu"
January 10, 1934
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Cute with 'Come-hither eyes'"

Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3; Soft
ball 1, 2, 4; All-Stars 2; Varsity 2, 3, 4
Badminton 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Band 1
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4
Cheerleader 2; F.T.A. 3; Camera Club 4
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Dance
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior
Prom and Banquet Committee 3 ; Junior
Ring Committee 3; Visitation Day Com-
mittee 2; Baccalaureate and Commence
ment 3; National Honor Society 4;
Queen's Court 4; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Quill and Scroll 4




JOHN IRVIN ALLGAIER
"Johnny"
Reading, Pennsylxania
.Xugtrst 25, 1931
"He's only 6 //. .5 in."

Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;

Varsity 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3. 4; Varsity

2. 3, 4; Fnnth.il! 1. 2; Senior .Assembly 4;

l; DTC 4; FT A AvseiMl.lv 4



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RUTH DANIELS
"Ruthie"
April 9, 1933

Columbia. Sotuh Caiolina
"A friendly smile"

Volleyball 2. 4; Basketball 2. 4; Bad-
minton 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4








LUCIANO ARIAS, JR.
"Luii"
Colon. Republic oi run.iiiia
December 8. 1931
"Politelx quiet"

Football 1. L'. 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2
Track 1, L'. 3, 4; Softball 1, 2,
Baseball 2; Swinimins 1; R.O.T.C. 4
Orchestra 1, 2; Cho'rus 1. 2; Class
Assemblies 2, 3, 4



, 3, 4

3, 4




ANNA VICTORIA FISHER

"i'icki("

Colon. Republic ot I'anania

July 29, 1933

"She'll do big things"

Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2. 3; Base-
ball 2; String Ensemble 1. 2; Orchestra

1, 2; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Accompanist

2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Camera Club 1,
2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 3. 4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Presi-
dent 4; Honor Society 4; Secretary 4;
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Night
2; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3;

Band 2




RICHARD GRAY AYCOCK
l illlf Dili;"

I'ittsbingh, Pennsyhaiiia

Match 17. 1933

"He has his good moments"
Football ]. 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1;
F.T.A. .Assembly; Junior-Senior Prom 3;
Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Assemblies
1, 2, 3; RO.T.C. 4; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
"Mr. and Mrs. North"; "Ramshackle
Inn" ; Stage Crew



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RITA FISHER

"Pink\"
Panama Citv. Panama
March 22. 1932
"She can and does
most cTerylliing"

Volleyball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Pep
Squad 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2; Orchestra 1. 2.
3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3; Treasurer 4;
C.M.F. 1. 2; Camera 1, 2, 3. 4; F.T.A. 3;
Vice-President 4; National .Art Honor
Society 3. 4 ; Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4 ;
Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Night 1, 2;
Dances 1, 2. 3, 4 ; Class Vice Prc"sident 3;
Stage Scenery 3, 4 ; Baccalaureate 3 ;
Junior-Senior Prom 3




WILLIAM P. BLACKBURN

"Moose"

March 17, 1932

Caistobal, Canal Zone

"Big. tall^ and at'gunioitiTe"

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 2, 4; Softball 1; Varsity 1;
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Var-
sity Club 2, 3, 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Tradewind Staff 4; Rifle Club 1, 2; Dra
matir Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Mr ,uul Mi-. North

1 .\i-rni, ,,.! (iM I ,,., :; i;i,, chib 3




PATRICIA MAY GEDDES
"Pal"
May 1. 1933
Long I.sland. New York
"Pietl\ as a j}ict}tre"

Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1. 3. 4;
Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4: All Stars 1, 2;
Softball 1, 2, 4; All-Stars 1; Varsity
Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; Dra
matic Club 1, 2, 3. 4 ; Quill and Scroll 4;
Class .Assemblies 1, 2. 3, 4; Class Dances
1, 2, 4 ; Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom ;
Homecoming Dance 3 ; Graduation Dance
1, 2; Visitation Day 2; Brawl Coach 3;
Ring Committee 3; Baccalaureate and
Commencement 3; "Life of the Party";
Makeup 2; Tradewind Staff 2, 4; Co-
Editor 4; Caribbean Staff 2. 4; Co-Editor
4; Business Manager 4; Class Secretary
3; S..4. Secretary 4; Football Queen 4;
R.O.T.C. Battalion Sponsor 4; Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4





EDWARD BRINGAS

juK (i, 1929

New London, C'.onneclicm

"A U'lldcr aniini}:; nicii"

Football 1, 2. 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 3, 1;

Basketball 1. 2. 3; All-Stars 1; Ba^^cball

1, 2; All-Stars 1, 2: C" Club; Sccrctar\

anrl Trpasurer "C" Club




BARBARA GILLICK

Colon, Repiil)lit ot raiianin
July 13, 1933

"Sftflly spokt'ii words
inid a dii^iiillfd air"

Vollevball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Glee
Club 2, 3. 4; F.T.A. 4; Class Vice-
President 2; Class Secretary 3; Junior-
Senior Prom Committee 3; Semper Fidelis
1, 2; Phi Sigma 3; ,lournalism 3; Sodality
1.2,3




JOHN M. DAVIS
" fttJnnn
Colon, Republic ol Panama
I'ehrnarv 14, 19:i()
"Ah! those stionldeis!"

Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Swininiins 1. 2. 3, 4; Varsitj- I, 2, 3, 4;
Water Polo 1, 2; Varsity 1, 2; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Softbail 1, 2. 3; Varsity 1. 2;
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4;
"C" Club 4; Home Room Representative
1, 2, 4; Fresh and Soph Brawl 4;
Christmas Paeeant 1. 2, 3



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SANDRA MARIE HAMMOND
"S{iiid\"
foil Edward. New ^oik
Oetcmber 24, 1932

"She's gol ex>erything''

National Honor Society 3, 4 ; Art Honor
Society 2, 3, 4 ; Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4 ;
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 2;
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Caribbean
Staff 4 : Tradevvind Staff 4 ; Tradewinil
Mast 3; Library 4; Play Scenery 2, 3, 4;
Class Assemblies 1, 2. 3. 4; Queen's
Court 4; Education Week Assembly 4;
Baccalaureate and Graduation Commit-
tee 3 ; Graduation Dance Chairman 2 ;
R.O.T.C. Company D Sponsor; Quill .inrt
Scroll 4




JOHN HENRY DROSTE
" ]olnin\"
St. Louis, Missoini
\pril l.'i. 1932
'Tnkrs it ('(is\"

Di.iiiiatic Club 4; Assemblv 4;
Club 1, 2, 3, 4



Rifle



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CAROL ELAINE HARVEY

"Riisly"

julv 2, 1933

Meridian, Mississippi

"Daiiily Southern hiss"

Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Basket

I all 3, 4; Softball 4; Assemblies 2, 3;

Dance Committees 1, 2; Junior Banquet

3; Senior Dance Committee 4



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RICHARD JOSEPH DUCOTE

San Diego, (alitoinia

August 11. 1933

"A clin'iiliuus lad"

C.S.M.C. 1. 2, 3,- Boys' "S" ; Treasurer
of Class 2 ; Manager of Football 3 ; Na-
tional Mathetnafics Honor Society 4;
Camera Club 4; Dramatic Club 4;
RO.T.C. 4; "Black Flamingo" 4; Class
Assemblies 4; Dance Committees 4;
Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; FT. A.
Assembly 4; Rifle Club 4




LOIS HOWARD

Colon, Republic cil ran,iiiia

March, 1933

"A pleasttnl nmnnci"

Volleyball 2. 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3, 4;
Badminton 3. 4; Softball 3. 4; Dramatic
Club 4; Camera Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4;
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Com-
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior- Senior Prom 3;
Baccalaureate 3 ; Graduation 3





PAUL ALDEN ENGELKE
-Palilo"
Ancou, Oanal Zone
May 27, 1933
"A real genllcinuu"

Football 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3; Softball

1, 2; Camera Club 3. 4; Orchestra 1, 2;

Glee Club 3 ; Talent Night 1, 2



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NANCY HALL KAUFER
Lu"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 5, 1933
"The best flisposilinii in linen"

Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Dance Committees 1. 2, 3. 4; Junior-
Senior Prom Committee 3 ; Class Assem-
blies 1. 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. 4;
Camera Club 4; Secretary 4; Pep Club 2.
3; Ring Committee 3; Baccalaureate and
Commencement 3 : Quill aiul Scroll 4 ;
Jamboree Queen 4; Football Court 4;
Tradewind Staff 4 ; Co-editor 4 ; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Co-editor 4




FRANK HOLGERSON

.May bS, 193:!

Oilon. Reptiblii ol Panama

"He lives an easy life"

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4;
B..a.'fl.:.l! 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; R.G.T.C. 4




OLGA LEIGNADIER

Cciloii. Republic ol Panama

May 14. 1932

"Her Spanish rlunni eiu htinls"

Volleyball 1. 2. 3, 4; All-Stars 1; Basket-
ball i, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Club 3. 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
C.M.F. Club 2 ; Class Secretary 1 ; As-
semblies 1. 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 4; Junior-
Senior Prom 3; Baccalaureate 3; Glee
Club 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2



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THOMAS MERRILL JORDAN

H/)pv"

Mobile. Alabama

November 27. \9$2

"Ei'e}\liod\ likes Tout"

Football 1, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Basket-
ball 3. 4; Varsity 3. 4; Softball 4; Track
3. 4; Varsity 3, 4; Boys' Varsity Club 4;
Home Room Representative 3, 4; Glee
Club 2, 3, 4



THELMA LEIGNADIER

Aiifjiist 2. i',i:i:i

Colon. Repiiblit ol Panama

"A /oi'f/v senoiita"

Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2.
3,4; Softball 1.2,3.4; Glee Club 2,3,4;
Dramatic Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 4;
F.T.A, 4; C.M.F. 1, 2; Band 1; Orches-
tra 1 ; Junior-Senior Prom 3 ; Dance Com-
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Baccalaureate 3




THOMAS HENRY KELLEY
" Tom"
.\ncon. Canal /.one
"He's new and different"

Water Polo 1, 2; Biology Club 2; "21"

Club 4 ; Class Assemblies 4 ; Education

Week Assembly 4; R O T.C. 2, 3, 4;

Picnic Committee 2



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BEVERLY ANN LINDSTROM
"Bev"
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 10, 1933
"Prett\ but quiet"

Basketball 4; Volleyball 2; Softball 1;
Badminton 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Tradewind
4; Caribbean 4; Dances 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-
Senior Prom 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4;
As^emhlies 1, 2, 3




WILLIAM CLARENCE KNOTT, JR.
"Bill"
June 9, 1933
Washington, D. C.

"Serious with a touch of wit"

Camera Club 4; Rifle Club 3, 4; "21"
Club 4; Senior Assemblies 4; Junior-
Senior Prom 3



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INES BEVERLY LOWE
".V,;,"
Colon. Republic of Panama
April 30, 1931
"Always irilli)io to help"

Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Badminton 3; Dance
Committees 1, 2, 3; Class Assemblies 1,
2. 3, 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee;
Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Library Assistants 3; Glee Club 1; Edu-
cation Week Assembly; F.T.A. ; Home
Room Representative 4



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VICTOR MIZRACHI
Tie"
Guatemala City. Gu.ilirn.ila
March 4. 1932
"Those deviliih !i'y.s of his"

Football 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Talent
Assemblies 1. 2. 4; Camera Club 1. 2, 3,
4; President 4: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Dramatic Club 4,- R O.T.C. 4; Dance
Committees 2 : Tradcwind Staff 4 ; Carib-
bean Staff 4




EEVERLY ANN MADISON
"Hfv"

December 31. I9;i;!

Colon, Republic ol Panama

"Right siniiil -irindrobe"
Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Vollevball 1. 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
"B" League All-Stars 3; Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1; Glee Club 2.
3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Senior
Prom 3; Dance Committees 1, 2. 4;
Class Assembly 1, 2




DAN GEORGE NELLIS
"Sfjooks"
Los Angeles. Calilornia
December 9, 1930
"Big and easy going"

Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity 2, 3; Water
Polo 1, 2. 4: Varsity 1, 2, 4: Swimming
1, 2. 3, 4; Varsity 1. 2, 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 4; Varsity 2; Class Assemblies 1, 2,
3. 4; Baccalaureate and Graduation 3;
Dance Committees 2, 3, 4



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JUANITA MEEKS

\'il,i"
October 19, 1933
Fayetteville. North C;arolina
"Gentle mannerisms crowned
with Hunting red liaii"
Junior Senior Prom 3; Bowling 2, 3;
Tennis 2




JAMES RICHARD NELLIS
"Jim"
Hollywoiul. Cialilornia
March Hi. 1932
"Curly liiiir and dreamy eyes"

Water Polo 2 ; Track 3, 4 ; Swimming
1, 2, 3. 4; Softball 3. 4; Camera Club 4;

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CARMEN CECILIA RAMIREZ
"Toly"
December 5, 1931
Colon, Republic of Panama

"Raven locks and a pretty smile"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3.4;
Badminton 3. 4; Camera Club 3. 4;
FT. A. 3, 4; Junior-Senior Prom 3;
Dances 1. 2, 4; Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Glee Club 1; C.M.F. 1. 2; Class Treas-
urer 1; Quill and Scroll 4; Tradewind
Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Library
Assistant 1, 2





JACK HERBERT PEARSON
December 28, 1932
Franklin, Tennessee
"His ways are mysterious"

Softball 3. 4; Basketball 4; Camera Club
4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4




ELVIA RAMIREZ

"Sec"

Se])tcmber 12. 1933

C:olon, Republic of Panama

"Sweet and shy"

Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 4;
Baseball 3. 4; Badminton 3, 4; Pep
Squad 3, 4; C.M.F. 2; Camera Club 2,
3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1;
Library Assistant 1. 2 ; Class Assemblies
1, 2, 4; Baccalaureate 3; Junior-Senior
Prom 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 4




RAYMOND PINTO
"Ray"
Colon. Republic ol I'auama
December 26. 1933
"Scientific mind iritli
gay moments"

Torrid Zone Wizards 2. 3. 4; President 4;
"21- Club 2. 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Rifle
Club 2. 3: President 4; Softball 2, 3;
R.O.T.C. 4; Football 1; Band 1. 2. 3, 4;
Orchestra 2. 3, 4 ; Class Assemblies 2. 4;
Class Dance Committees 2, 4



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JOAN M. REILLY
' Jniniie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
December 7, 1933
"Just a little rascal"

Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4:
Softball 3, 4; Badminton 3. 4; Glee Club
1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Camera Club 3;
Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Dance
Committees 1, 3, 4; Baccalaureate Com-
mittee 3




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JAMES A. RAMSEY

September 16, 1932
Eagle Lake, Minnesota

"Fishing is his life"

Softball 2; Baseball 4; Orchestra and
Band 1, 2, 3; Track 4




DOROTHY ROWLEY
"Dollie"
December 13, 1933
Jamaica, long Island, N. V.
"Full of fun and laughter"

Volleyball 1, 4; Softball 2; Badminton
3. 4; Dramatic Club 4; Dances 1. 2, 3, 4;
Junior-Senior Prom 3; Assemblies 1, 2,
3, 4; Talent Nisht 1, 2; Glee Club 1. 2;
"Wh.d A Life" 2





JACK CLIFFORD RANDALL
Clill-lliiiliy"
March (i. 1933
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Always in the lliiik iif lliiiiiis"

Softball 1, 2; Football 1. 2; National
Honor Society 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4;
Thespians 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Presi-
dent 4; "21" Club 2. 3, 4; Rifle Club
2, 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4;
Camera Club 4 ; Treasurer 4 ; Glee Club
1, 2. 4; R.O.T.C. 4; Assemblies 1, 2, 3. 4;
Tradewind 4; Caribbean 4; "Jenny Kissed
Me"; "Arsenic and Old Lace"; "The
Black Flamingo"; Debate Club 4; Candi-
tlate for S.A. Presidency 3 ; Quill and
Scroll 4




PATRICIA MARIE RUDGE
-Pdl"
Colon. Republic ol I'.iiuiiiui
October 29, 1933
"A (juifl sense of Inunvi"

Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball 3. 4; Junior-

Senior Prom 3; Baccalaureate 3; Pep

S(iuad 3 ; Senior Dance 4




DAVID A. REDMOND
"/A(,r"
Kail Clair. Wisconsin
March Z 1931
"Likes all vires"



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VILMA SASSO
£/(/
Colon. Republic ol Panama
July 17. 1931
"Cnrl\ hair and leltal dimples"

Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 3, 4;
Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Softball 1, 2. 3, 4;
Badminton 3, 4; C.M.F. 1, 2; Tradewind
Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Class .Assem-
blies 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2.
3, 4; Junior-Senior Prom; Pep Club 3




CHARLES ARTHUR SHERRY
Art"
Noieniber 7. 1931
Iiirley, Oklahoma
"A inazingly intelligent"

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Basket
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4




MARY LOUISE SIMONSSON

"Mill\ l.Dtl"

May 31. 1933

Colon. Republic o( Panama

"Pleasant to all"

Volleyball 3. 4; Basketball 4; Badminton
4; Class Assemblies 1. 2. 3. 4; Dance
Committees 2. 3. 4; Junior-Senior Prom
3; Pep Club 3; A:hlctic Counc.l 4; Bac
calaureatc 3




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ROBERT C. SIEVERS
Bob"
St. Louis, Missouri
August 3, 1933
"A scooter fiend"

Football 1, 2; Varsity 4; Baseball 2;

Basketball 1 ; Class Assembly 1 ; F.T.A.

Assembly 4 ; Band 2




COLETTA ELOISE STIEBRITZ
Stinky"

Columbus. Ohio

August 29, 1933

"Spry and impish"
Volleyball 4; All-Stars 4; Basketball 4;
Softball 4; Class Assemblies 1, 2; Dance
Committees 4; Orchestra and Band 2. 3




CARL L. SIMONS
June 1.'9. ni.'il

Colon, Republic of Panama
"A courteous fellow"

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1. 2, 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3. 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Swimming
1, 2; "C" Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Vice President
3 ; President 4



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EDWARD ARTHUR STEVENSON

"Eddy"
Colon. Republic of I'anama
July 2, 1931

"A big tease with a roving eye"
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 ;
Football 1, 2. 3; Track 1; Talent Assem-
bly; Dance Committee 2; Junior Senior
Prom Committee 3; S.A. Representative
3; Rifle Club 3




RICHARD LANE SULLIVAN
"Dick" "Sully"
April 10, 1933
Cristobal, Canal Zone

"The big cog around ic/ioo/"
Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Varsity 1, 2. 3. 4;
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3. 4;
Track 1, 2, 3, i; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Water Polo 1; "C" Club 3, 4; Dance
Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Class Assemblies
1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior Prom 3; Bac-
claureate and Commencement 3 ; Visita-
tion Day Chairman 4 ; Orchestra 1 ; Band
1 ; R.GT.C. 4 ; S.A. Representative 1 ;
S..A. Vice-President 3; S.A. President 4;
Queen's Court 2. 3, 4; Rifle Club 1, 2



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JOHN TOWNSHEND
"TeiHii'/c"

Colon, Republic of Panama

.March l.'i. 1933

A gallant gentlen}an'^
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Soft
ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; "21" Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice-
President 4; S.A. Representative 2; Or-
chestra 1; Class Assembl.es 1, 2, 3;
Dance Committee 2 ; "Jennv Kissed Me"
2; "Arsenc and Old Lace" 3; R O T C. 4







LEO A. TURNER
Biiildx"
Colon. Republic ol Panama
August 8. 1931
"Wings on his feet"

Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Varsitv 4; Baseball 1
Softball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track
1, 2. 3, 4; Swimming 1. 2; Rifle Club 1
Dance Committee 1, 2. 3; Junior Senior
Prom Committee 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4




HENRY WACHTEL
WiHk\-
Metz, Fiance
February 18, 1933
"\ice to know"

Football 1, 2, 3; "B" All-Stars 1, 2;
Softball 1, 2. 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4;
"B" All Stars 1, 2; Junior Varsitv 3;
Baseball 1, 2; Track 1, 2. 3; Swimmine
2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 3, 4;
Varsity 3; "21" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secre-
tary and Treasurer 2 ; President 4 ; Ath-
letic Council 4 ; Camera Club 4 ; Edu-
cation Week Assembly 4 ; R.O.T.C. 4 ;
Talent Assemblies 2, 3




MAX FUX

Xmsteidam, Holland

December 18, 1931

"His fiddle plays sweet music"
Orchestra 1, 2; String Ensemble 1, 2



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GUSTAVO VILLALAZ, JR.
"Gus"
Colon. Republic of Panama
September 24, 1932
"A walking fashion plate"

Assemblies 1, 2, 4; Dance Committee;
Junior-Senior Prom 3



ELBERT RIDGE
Bubher"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A good Joe"

Football 1. 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Soft-
ball 3; Water Polo 1, 2. 3; All-Stars 1;
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Education Week As-
sembl\' 4 ; Track 3





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lOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ann Fisher and Albert Attia



Born for success, thf.v seemed"



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lOST TALENTED Rita Fisher and Andreiv Lim



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BEST DRESSED Sandra Hammond and John Toivnshend



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"SllJUII.S ARt THE FOOD OF VOITH AM) Tllr CONSOLATION OF AGE"



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ST ATHLETIC Vilma Sasso and John Davis

"Play not for gain, but sroRi" Herbert



WITTIEST Joan Reilly and Victor Mizmchi



"The fun crew fast and furious" Burns



Freddy Aleguas

Jack Alexaitis

John Allgaier

Luciano Arias

Albert Attia

Richard Aycock

Bill Blackburn

Ed Bringas

Jane Compton

Ruth Daniel

John Davis

Jane de Boyrie

John Droste

Dick Ducote

Paul Engleke

Anna Fisher

Rita Fisher

Max Fux

Pat Geddes

Barbara Gillick

Sandra Hammond

Carol Harvey

Frank Holgerson

Lois Howard

Tom Jordan

Nancy Kaufer

Tom Kelley

Helen Kissam

Bill Knott

Andrew Lim

Beverly Lindstrom

Olga Leignadier

Thelma Leignadier

Inez Lowe

Beverly Madison

Juanita Meeks

Victor Mizrachi

Dan Nellis

Jimmy Nellis

Jack Pearson

Raymond Pinto

Carmen Ramirez

Elvia Ramirez

James Ramsey

Jack Randall

David Redmond

Elbert Ridge

Joan Rielly

Dorothy Rowley

Patricia Rudge

Vilma Sasso

Charles Sherry

Robert Sievers

Carl Simons

Mary Simonsson

Eddie Stevenson

Coletta Stiebritz

Richard Sullivan

John Townshend

Leo Turner

Gus Villalaz

Henry Wachtel

Frances Wong



liis pitching arm to Roy Wilson

his stooter and parts to Allen Blaney

his lifight to |innny Doyk'

his wavy hair to Gilbert Smith

his will to study to Henry Lawrence

Miss Liter's English class to Dick Sassara

his 260 pounds to ^L'llgaret Ridge

tackle position to Ed Scars

has nothing to spare so she took everything with her

her southern accent to Karen Stroop

his brawn to Tommy Frey

orchestra to any unsuspecting underclassmen

his excellent attendance record to Carol (;oleman

his black hair to Casey Zimmerman

his golt s\\ing to jimmy Scheii)ler

her typing ability to Pearl Herrera

her numerous talents to Jean Wong

leaves C.H.S. (he hopes)

her crown to the liukiestgirl in the junior class

her trancjuil personality to Harriet Burke

her chiving ability to anyone who wants to commit suicide

her fish earrings to Nellie Holgerson

Miss Anderson and American Problems

Mrs. Bigelow to her sister

his 3 o'clock smoke to Pete Johnson

her bottle ol peroxide to Diane Dare

his masculine manner to Robert Cranberry

Miss C.H.S. to Nancy Kariger

Mr. Flowers to the Junior Class

his artistic talents to Noel McGinn

her shorthand assignments to Rita Howard

her ability to read shorthand to Elena Lee

her streamlined "figger" to Jcanine Nix

her fingernails to Yolanda Diez

her swing and sway to Kathryn Daniel

her fiery red hair to Dora Weich

his dimples and wavy hair to Aldo Pileri

his magic touch with machines to Don McLaughlin

his way with girls to Carleton Hallett

his cpiiet manner to Terry McNamee

his shooting aim to Leo Constantine

honor roll articles to an unsuspecting rej^orter

her crowning glory to Nidia Oliver

his place at Miss Liter's Roimd Table to \Valtie Kuhrt

his interest in dramatics to [eb Wilkerson

his inde]3endent Avays to posterity

his roving eye to Paul ^Vhitlock

her witty ways to Virginia Fahle

her cultured laugh to Elsa Fernandez

her manpower to Nfargarita Barcenas

her sports ability to be di\ ided evenly among her twin sisters

leaves

his motor scooter to anyone crazy enough to ride it

his agreeableness to his brother

her typing ability to Ardis Willoughby

his moustache to anyone who can grow one

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer to Joanne Reccia

the S.,\. Presidency to Bob Bailey

his blue-green eyes to Nancy Ramsey

his trumpet lip to Ann Thomas

his sports ability to Arnold Manning

his cooperative spirit to the student body

leaves her LQ. to her brother (keeps it in the family)



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DOROTHY AM) RICHARD



Book Worms
ANNA AND ALBERT



AN ATOMIC OUTBURST OF JUNE 1961



Living in an era wherein daydreams were a
reality a C.H.S. tiger (no longer called "a
student") removed himself from a study hall to
do some intensive alimini hunting to complete
his assignment for Modern World History. Re-
luctantly he waved good-bye to MR. BECK (Yes,
still a-going strong) and climbed into his new
R-K Flying Saucer, the standard model now,
manufactured by those brilliant young engineers-
JACK R.\NDALL and BILL KNOTT. This
ariel wagon could go an amazing 1,000 miles per
hour, and has all the helicopter tendencies, as
well as every comfort of home.

Stopping off for lefreshments in Mexico City
he decided to patronize the swankiest hotel,
"Hotel Palacio Villalaz." (The U.S. Government
would pay the bill, of course.) It was one of the
string of hotels scattered throughout Central
America owned by that Panamanian millionaire,
GUSTAVO VILLALAZ. Rumors were whisp-
ered in all the better circles that he loved lovely
ladies, especially chorus queens.

Who should be seen behind the soda fountain
but golden haired lad, JACK ALEXAITIS! It
appeared that he was working his way aroimd
the world and was on the last lap of his journey.

While touring the city (seemed as though the
C.H.S. tiger had given up trying to get back to
school in one study hall's time) he saw written in
the brightest lights-the LEIGNADIER SISTERS
in "Showboat." VICTOR MIZRACHI (whose
column was taking the place of Walter Winchell's)
had said, "A talented team at their sensational
best in 'Showboat'."

Once more started on his journey old man
tiger whirled up to the Llnited States. En route
he turned on the television screen. 'Triends and
fellow countrymen lend me a few of yoiu' precious
seconds. You see before you a man who will find
a solution to all your problems. However, 1 will
make no fabulous promises . ."

"My goodness," screamed the tiger, "DICK
SULLIVAN is running for President of the



United States." Turning back to the screen he
was just in time to see RICHARD AYCOCK
being introduced as Dick's running mate. Enough
was enough so our tiger twirled the dial until he
picked up a professional basketball game. Long
JOHN ALLIGAIER was making another basket.
This famous Knickerbocker star was being ably
seconded by CARL SIMONS who held the Na-
tional Association title for high scorer.

Just then the Flying Saucer landed in North
Carolina. By this time news of the Tiger's alumni
hunt had spread and there to meet him were
RUTH DANIEL, who was now busily managing
the household of a sea-going husband, and
JUANITA MEEKS, that red-headed Director of
Public Health for Undernourished Football
Players. He heard from her that BILL BLACK-
BURN was luianiniously elected AU-American
fullback for the second consecutive year, and
JOHN D.WIS was appointed head coach at West
Point after having had a brilliant football career
starring for the Los Angeles Rams.

Having interviewed all aliunni in the Caro-
iinas the C.H.S. tiger flew on into Maryland and
made a stop at Johns Hopkins University. There
he shook hands with that internationally known
brain surgeon, ALBERT ATTIA, who was lec-
turing at his Alma Mater. Assisting him in all
his lectures and world-famous operations was
JOAN REILLY, his specially trained nurse.

They were all guests at a tea given by CAROL
H.^RVEY, wife of a Senator from Alabama. She
was a well-known Washington hostess and her
parties were considered to be very delightfid.
.\lso a guest was another C.H.S. alumnus from
the nation's capital. Dr. JOHN TOWNSHEND,
Democratic Senator from Maine.

On the journey to New York after bidding
Maryland a fond farewell, the C.H.S. tiger de-
cided he wanted some entertainment. Having
already tried out television he turned on the radio.
Soon the Saucer was filled with the golden voice
of the new singing sensation, TOM JORDAN,



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better-kiiowii as llic "Hiai tl)cat." He was the
newest sizzle-bug (teen-age) rage. The back-
groimd music was rhythmically supplied by LEO
TL'RNER and his Atomic Jumpers, one of the
linest orchestras in the country. Leo was con-
sidered the "Harry James" of the music world.
His regidar \ocalist, it was announced, had laryn-
gitis and was unable to perform. She was Miss
DOROTHY ROWLEY, who was quite well
known tor her hill-l)illy luunbers.

Finally the C.H.S. tiger landed on Sherry Field,
formerly La Guardia Field, but renamed for the
construction engineer, CHARLES SHERRY,
after he rebuilt it with special fields for flying
saucers and jet planes. As he stepped off the
field someone thrust the "New York Times" into
his hands, (ilauc ing through he saw that N.\N(A'
KAUFER \vas editor-in-chief. "Guess that's why
circulation has increased," he muttered. On the
sjjorts page were the heatllines "fANE COMP-
TON Wins High Jump In I9(il Olympics" and
"VIL>rA S.\SSO Breaks Women's Scoring Record
For Volley liall With Powerful Serve." Further
on he saw this advertisement, "Grainiian pre-
sents ANDREW LIM, versatile actor and winner
of the New York Critic's Award, in 'Macbeth,'
scenario and stage sets by RITA FISHER ac-
claimed as an artiste belonging to the same group
as Michelaneglo and Raphael." Reading on he
noticed that JOHN DROSTE was starring in the
thrilling movie serial, "Tommy Tomorrow, Cap-
tain of the Future." Then his eye was caught
by a sketch of a ravishing evening gown. I'nder-
neath it said "He'll be gallant and romantic
when you're in a dress designed exclusively lor
you l)y HELEN KISSAM. .S840 up. Her originals
arc worn by SANDRA HAMMOND, one of the
best dressed women in the world."

On the music page the tiger read that ANNA
FISHER, talented concert pianist, was making
her debut at Carnegie Hall along with HENRY
WACHTEL and his velvet-voiced violin.

Climbing back aboard the Saucer the alunnii
himter turned on the automatic ]jilot so that it
would stop in Dayton, Ohio. There he visited
COLETTA STIEBRITZ, loinider of a "Learn
Poise and Glamour in Ten Lessons" establish-
ment.

.\s the C.H.S. tiger hopped from state to state
he met: ROBERT SIE\T.RS very busy support
ing a wife and ten children EDW.\RD
STEVENSON cointing a rich socialite from New



York PAT RUD(;E keeping house lor DAN
NELLIS who was working as a longshoreman in
Puget .Sound RAYMOND PINTO, distin
guished scientist, working on a pill that will
make his wife, JANE DE BOYRIE, a natural
platininn blonde.

Cioing through C^aliiorniu the tiger louutl;
BEVERLY M.\DISON modeling for an exclusive
Los Angeles designer JIM RAMSEY setting a
new fishing (story) record PAT GEDDES
reigning as Queen of the Rose Bowl at Pasadena

- DICK Dl'COTE, Admiral of the Pacific Fleet,
docking with the fleet in San Diego (rumors are
that he was seeing a lot of a certain dress designer
in New York) also in with the fleet, doing the
town, were Rear Admirals ELBERT RIDGE
and FRANK H O L G E R S O N PALL
ENGELKE winning the U.S. .Vniatein- Opens for
Golf the third consecutive year TOM KELLEY
being groomed by M.G.M. to take Montgomery
Clift's place posters announcing that BEX'ER-
LY LINDSTROM has won the title ot Mrs.
America of 1961 ELVI.V R.VMIREZ, personal
secretary to J.\MES NELLIS, tycoon and owner
of Motor Scooters, Inc.

Leaving the States and flying across the wide
Pacific Ocean the C.H.S. tiger continued his hunt.
In Hong Kong INEZ LOWE, wife of the U.S.
ambassador to China, was having a huge reception
in little 'ole Mr. Tiger's honor. Among the guests
were many alinuni. They were |.\CK PE.\R-
SON, who liad been teaching physics at the
Shanghai University FR.\NCES WONG, per-
sonal physician to the President of China and
his wife CARMEN RAMIREZ, wife of a South
American millionaire, who was traveling around
the world with her friend, MARY SIMONSSON

MAX FUX, who cjwned a group of theaters
famed for their quality.

Zooming home once more the C.H.S. tiger saw-
that there was one more alumnus left on the list.
When he landed on the field he was met by a
Panamanian diplomat whose duty it was to wel-
come any visitors to Panama. As the tiger shook
hands with him, he saw that this was the missing
alumnus, LUCIANO ARIAS.

Once more happily entrenched in the halls of
C.H.S. the tiger had to admit that these alumni
were distinguished successes, and that life in a
dreary study hall was, except for this particular
assignment, incomparable to the glamorous lives
of the 195rers.



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Margarita
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Jose
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Carol
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Henry
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Rita
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Alfonso
Maldonado



Gwendolyn
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Terry
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First Row: K. Argo, J. Bagby, G. Bennett, A. Blades, J. Blair, T.
Brennon, V. Bryant, H. Burke, J. Chan, and H. Compton.

Second Row-. L. Constantine, L. Croft, K. Daniel, J. Doyle, J. Dum-
bauld, B. Egolf, H. Ferrl, T. Frey, M. Gardner, and C. Gerchow.

Third Row: R. Grace, A. Gillick, E. Guardio, M. Hall, C. Hallett,
R. Harris, R. Henson, J. Jenkins, T. Jenkins, and L. Jones.

Fourth Rowi M. Joudrey, N. Koriger, J. Lewis, A. Lim, D. Mac-
Spar ran, I. Mo lea, M. Marquord, L. McKoil, J. McKeown, and
M. Morland.



Fifth Row: R. Orvis, R. Pabon, Y. Penaherrero, C. Pinto, D. Ponder,
M. Pretto, J. Rankin, R. Reed, L. Rhinehart, and I. Roberts.

Sixth Row: D. Rubelli, R. Salter, D. Sasso, N. Saiso, J. Scheibeler,
L. Scheidegg, B. Sherry, M. Sherry, A. Simons, and C. Smith.

Seventh Row: E. Sterns, L. Stevenson, B. Tarr, R. Tatelman, D. Toy-
lor, A. Thomas, J. Torne, J. Torne, R. Vi'la'az, and G. Wachtel.

Eighth Row: W. Wetzel, J. Wilson, and J. Wood.



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FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BRAWL

The Freshmen ^vere oilicially initiated on the
opening school day with the annual brawl. The
Freshmen tought hard to gain their honored place
in High School, but were defeated by the Sopho-
more's grand score oi 85 to the Freshmen's 32. Every-
one had fun from the "tug of war" right down to the
"free for all." The sponsors were: Mr. Evancoe,
Freshmen, and Mr. Bixby, Sophomores.



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First Row: J. Anderson, A. Bernardez, J. Brennan, V. Bringas, D.
Brown, T. Catonzaro, T. Chin, N. Chitrit, M. Chong, and D. Cockle.

Second Row: R. Connard, N. Courtwright, L. Cox, D. Cunningham,
J. Custer, J. Delaney, T. Didier, M. Didrickson, K. Dignam, and
S. Dinkgreve.

Third Row: T. Dyer, K. Ferguson, G. Ferro, M. Fraser, C. Gognon,
C. George, D. Geyer, P. Hamilton, A. Honnigan, and G. Harris.

Fourth Row: J. Hotgi, J. Hayes, B. Hickey, R. Hodges, J. Holgerson,
T. Hughes, E. Jenkins, V. Kam, D. Kissom, ond H. Kyle.



Fifth Row: H. Kyle, A. Lara, I. Loro, C. Lessord, A. Lim, N. Lowe,
S. Mann, D. McLaren, S. McNamee, and S. Milburn.

Sixth Row: B. Newhord, E. Penaronda, M. Peterson, G. Platkevich,
J. Pompelli, D. Preston, J. Ramirez, R. Reccio, R. Reiss, and J.
Robinson.

Seventh Row: R. Roe, E. Rosonia, K. Roscoe, J. Rowley, B. Senders,
R. Santos, R. Sasso, E. Ssars, I. Servonti, and P. Shank.

Eighth Row: R. Smith, C. Tabor, M. Togaropulos, C. Thompson,
N. Tom, C. Tuttle, C. Tuttle, E. Ulrich, A. Vandergrift, and A. Vila.

Ninth Row: E. Walsh, R. Williams, R. Young, and M. Zimmerman.



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HALL SHOTS






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The SiiKlciit A'^sociation is goxerncd according to Parliamentary
Procedure by the Student Council. A representative and an alternate is
elected from each home room. In addition there is the President, Dick
Sidlivan; Vice-President, Bob Bailey: Secretary, Pat Geddcs, and Treasiuer,
John Fahncstock.

This year although polio played a very important ]5art in cancelling
most school acti\itits. the Student Association was ])arti( iilarh successtid.
The Student Association sponsoreil activities, those that coukl be held,
were financially successful.

A vote of appreciation goes to sponsor, Mr. Buel Robinson, who had
the patience and fortitude to direct and endine all meetings. His calm-
ness served as a basic sjuidance at all times.




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SPONSORS

Mr. Robinson and
Mr. Flowers



1st row. Left to Right: T. Jordan, Mr. Robinson, J. Fahnestocic, B. Bailey, P. Geddes, and R. Sullivan

2nd row. Left to Right: E. Rosonio, J. Hoigerson, A. Thomas, B. Didrlckson, I. Lowe, J. Boyle, N. Kariger

3rd row. Left to Right: T. Salter, J. Davis, W. Kohrt




49



USIC



Music, the language everyone speaks, holds its
place in Cristobal High School under the di-
rection of that lavorite instructor, Mr. O. E.
Jorstad. Three deixutnients, the Orchestra, Band
and mixed Glee Club, in addition to these three
outstanding groups, Mr. Jorstad inspires the
String Ensemble and the bov's Glee Club.



Each year the Music Department provides ex-
cellent entertaimnent during the Christmas and
Easter Season. Untortunately, because of circum-
stances beyond control, the famed Christmas
Festival and Pageant were cancelled.

The Glee C:lid) made history with the Fred
Waring arrangement of "Dry Bones" and "Coun-
trv Stvle."





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National Honor Society



The highest honor whith lan lie hcsto^ved upon any C.H.S.
Tiger is nieniljership in the National Honor Society. I'iie students
elected to this society are first chosen because of a "IV or better
average and must excel in character, leadership, and service. Further
achievement may be expected of these academic Tigers when they
leave the Cristobal den.

Albert Attia, Sandra Hammond, Frances Wong, fane (iompton.
Jack Randall, and Anna Fisher are the lucky six cubs who hold
membershijj in this grou]). They are leci by a most capable and
efficient sjjonsor. Miss [eanne Hrown.




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Rita Fisher, Sandra Hammond, President;
and Andrew Lim



Art Honor Society

The National Art Honor Society
elected and initiated into its midst
live new members this year. They
each tilled the requirements to ob-
tain membership which is a one-
man display consisting of at least
ten different pieces of work in at
least ten different mediiuiis.

The three old members: Andrew
Lim, Sandra Hammond, and Rita
Fisher ^v'ere glad to see the five
imderclassmen, Virginia Fahle,
Irma Leignadier, Diane McLaren,
Marion Didrickson, and Ste]jhanie
Milbinn tarrying out active work
for the next vear.



Left; Sandra Hammond, Rita Fisher, An-
drew lim, Virginia Fahle, Marian Didrickson,
and Diane McLaren




The hall ol ptaic and intclkt ts is, ol (ouisu, our Tiger's Library.
Here they till iheir heads with the knowledge only books can supply.
Our library boasts of the latest and best books for the high school
student. It compares with the above-average high school library;
as most high schools do not have their own, but are required to use
the public library in the vicinity. Every tiger student appreciates
and knows this fact: therefore, each respects and enjoys the privileges
of their library.

The library staff this year consisted of .\rdis W'illoughby, Lois
Scheidegg, Sheila McNaniee, and .Sandra Hammond, all under the
supervision of Miss Brown.



Sandra Hammond, Sheila Mc-

Namee, Ardis Willoughby, and

tois Scheidegg

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LIEUTENANT
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CADET CAPTAIN HONORARY CAPTAIN FIRST LIEUTENANT
EDWARD BRINGAS PAT GEDDES DICK DU COTE




marked the introduction of the Reserved Officers Training
High School. The students .irc gratcfid to those who strove to
. in Cristobal.




"21" CLUB



III order for an organi/atioii to l)c wortliwliilc it must achicvu some aim.

he aim ol the "21" Clhilj is to advance Panameritanism. At the beginning ol the

Jiool year each member is assigned a Southern or Oentral American country lie

.s assigned to seek information about it. The exchanging of these letters tends to

seal new friendship and create better understanding between the countries. Also

;uest speakers are invited to the "21" Club meetings. They tell of their experiences

n the dillerent countries. The Rotary Club, the sponsors, award generous prizes

or the three best rep(jrts at the entl ol year.

Mr. Beck and Mr. Wallace, the faculty s|jonsors, are a great help in getting
le guest speakers and helping the bo\s accjuire information for their reports.




Left to Right, Last row: Mr. Charles Wallace, sponsor; Andrew Lim, Isaac Moica, Robert Cranberry, Jeb Wilkerson, Francisco Wong,

secretary

Middle row; Carl Pinfo, John Fohnstock, Keith Moumblow, Robert Bailey, Thomas Kelley, Noel McGinn, Isaac Ostrowiak

Front row: Harry Compton, Jack Randall, Albert Attio, vice-president; Henry Wachtel, president; Raymond Pinto, Thomas Frey



The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club

The Junior Rille Club ol Cristobal High School first made its
appearance in 1947, having 48 charter members. It is probably the
biggest and most active club in the school. A great many improve-
ments have occured since 1947, such as concrete for the range, new
rifle cabinets and new ec|ui]jment. The club has set many high
goals and will no doubt reaili them under the able guidance of the
sponsor, Mr. Gibson, and the assistant instructor, Mr. Brians.





The Camera Club



The Caineia Cliilj, this year under the supervision ol
Mr. Bixby and president Victor Mizrachi, spent their time
taking pictures ior the year l)ook and in improving their
jjieture-takinu tecimique, developing, printing and enhuging.

The other ofticers were: John Townshend, Vice-
President; Nancy Kanfer, Secretary; [ack Randall, Treasiner.



Torrid Zone Wizards



The Torrid Zone Wizards ol Cristobal High School had its beginning in
1942 when it was organized b\ Mi C^arl F. Macdl. The sponser ot the clid) is n
Mr. Brians.

In order to obtain membership in this cluij, one must show an acti\e interest
in some field of Science. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship. The
trip to Barro Colorado Island in Ciatim Lake has become almost a tradition loi
this active clid).






Left to Right, Back row: Noel McGinn, Frances Wong, Jack Randall. Front row: Carmen
Ramirez, Nancy Koufer, Jane Compton, Pat Geddes. Inset: Sandra Hammond




Oiiill and Scroll is an international honorary
society ior High School (ournalists. The purpose
of this club is to raise the standard oi high school
journalism and to stimulate interest in journal-
istic endeavor. It is the honor society for the field
of journalism anil its affiliated activities.



The Future Teachers of America was organized in 1949 to further the pllTIIRE TEACHERS

noble cause of teaching as a profession. This year's project was a stmh np AMrDlPA
of the United Nations in addition to the regular practical contacts with HITILniUH

teaching and teachers.





standing: Ann Htnrtquez, Miss Anderson, Sponsor, Helen Kissom. Sitting left to right: Olga Leig-
nadier, Noel McGinn, Carmen Ramirez, Jane deBoyrie, Rita Fisher, Sandra Hammond, Inez Lowe,
Frances Wong, Secretary and Anna Fisher, President. Inset: Nancy Ramsey, Thelma Leignadier,
Moydelle Gardner, Nellie Holgerson.



Scenes of
'THE BLACK FLAMINGO"




National
Thespians

There are more iliaii (i'.H)
Thespians troupes c()\ci
inn e\ery state in tlie union.
Cristoljal rroii|)e No. 217
is the only one outside the
continental limits. The
motto is "Act well your
part. There all the honor
lies." The honor of being
"Best Thespian" went to
Andrew Lini.

To be eligible for Thespian membership a
student must earn ten |3oints on some phase ol
thamati(s throughout the school year.

riie officers for lliis year are: President. Jack Randa
Vice-President, John Wilkerson; and Secretary, Volanda
Diez. Mr. Beck is the advisor.




Dramatic Club



The aim and ambition ol e\er\ member ol the
Dramatic CAuh is to achie\'e membership in the
Thespian .Society. The production stall of the
plays are chosen from this group.

Once every year new members are initiated and
are voted in on their abilitx to perlorm some
]jhase ol dramatics.

The Dramatic C;iub is Cristobal High School's
lai'gest club. E\ery year the club jjresents a night
ol plays, directed by the members themselves.



SPONSOR
Miss Mary Worrell



This V ear's
officers were:
'resident. Jolin
W ilkerson; Vice-
President.
Yolanda Diez;
.Secretary. Fran-
ces Wong and
Treasnrer. Rita
Kislier.





Left to Right: Back row: Luciano Arias, Frank Holgerson, Freddy Aleguas, Pat Rudge. Second row: Dick DuCote, John Townshend, Sandra
Hammond, Albert Attia, Henry Wachtel, Andrew Lim, Jack Randall. Third row: Barbara Gillick, Anno Ftsher, Elvia Ramirez, Mary Simons-
son, Frances Wong, Raymond Pinto, Carol Harvey, Coletta Steibritz. Fourth row: Rita Fisher, Pat Geddes, Ines Lowe, Vilma Sasso, Beverly
Lindstrom, Nancy Kaufer, Instructor Mr. Gibson



Driving Class



The clii\iiig class was just organized this year.
Only Seniors 17 years old were permitted to take
the course. During the course they had to pass a
test of traffic rules and regulations whereupon
they were entitled to a learner's permit. The final
test was given at the license bureau. The In-
structor is Mr. Gibson.




Debate Club



Organized just this year
1)\ Francisco W'cjng and
Noel McCiinn, the Debate
(Uiib opens a new field of
activity. With the develop-
ment of speaking ability as
its theme, it oflers a great
deal of interest to C.H.S.
students.

.Mr. Heck, an artist in the
lield of public speaking,
acts as an adviser.




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First Football Jamboree



The Football Janiboicc in which Balboa High
School, junior College and Cristoi)al High School
all participated was held lor the lirst lime on
September 28, 1950.

The highlight ol the evening was the arrival of
the three queens representing the three schools:



Mary Lea Azcarraga, Junior College: Annette
Godby, Balboa; Nancy Kauler, Cristobal.

Three cjuarters ot football were jMayed along
\\ith several contests of punting, kicking and
running. Junior College walked away with the
honors with Cristobal second, and the Bulldogs
brought up the rear in third place.



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Front row; Wong, Chin, Reed, Kurht, Humphrey, Johnson, Thompson, Arias, Reccio. Se^und ruw: Blocltburn,
Jordan, Zimmerman, Grace, Weaver, Davis, Aycock; Sullivan, Bailey, Sassara. Third row: Ducruet, Manning,
Alexaitis, Whitlock, Salter, Sherry, Sears, Bryant, Bringas, Taylor. Fourth row: Ferro, Jenkins, Turner, Sievers,
Hughes, Engleke, Gerchow, Benett, Orvis, Bagby.




Coptoin-DICK SULLIVAN

Most valuable player- ARNOLD MANNING



COACH
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BASKETBALL TEAM



Front row:

Whitlock, Smi'h, Bailey, Manning

I Second row:

Bryant, Blackburn, Allgoier, Sullivan




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Left to Right: D. Sullivan, J. Hatgi, J. Anderson, B. Bailey, T. Salter, R. Wilson, G. Smith, L. Rhinehart, E. Sears,
Coach Palumbo, T. Hughes, A. Manning, B. Salter, J. Ramsey, P. Johnson, W. Kuhrt, E. Ridge



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Girls' Varsity Club



The Girls' Varsity is an fxdiisive sports rliil)
To IxTonie a ineiiilier a j^irl must participate in
at least two all-stars in one year.

The thih is sponsoriil l)y Miss Reenan ami tin-
officers are: Jacc]nie Boyle, President: Nancy
Ramsey, Vice-President; and [o:nnu' Rec(ia.
Secretary-Treasiner.

This Year the annual initiation was luld at the
C.atini Swinnnin^ Pool.

The members are Jane Compfon. Dora Weich, Mary Ann Hanni-
gan, Mildred Marquard, tois Scheidegg, Nancy Kariger, Irma
teignadier, Nellie Holgerson, Ann Ttiomas, Helen Kissam, Pat
Geddes, Julieta Lewis, and Margaret Ridge.





"C" Club



The Boys' Varsity Clidj is one of the top organizations of the
school. To be eligible for this did) a bov nuist letter in one sport, and
(|ualify two years in a ro^v.

This year ten boys possessed the essential re(|uirements and were
initiated into the did) in December. The new mend)ership includes:
Dick .\ycock. Bob Weaver, Gasey Zinniierman, Charles Sherry, Jack
Bagby, jack .\lexaitis, Paul Wintlock, Vernon Bryant, Bob Grace, and
Tom Jordan.



The did) lul])s to olliciate Intra-
mural Basketball games and the an-
nual Intra-School Track Meet.



The Varsity Club is under the presi-
dency of Carl Simons, the Vice-
President is John l^avis, and the
Secretary-Treasurer is Eddie Bringas.

rile old mendjers of this did) in-
clude: Dick Sullivan, Bill Blackburn,
Pete Johnson, Bob Bailey, Arnold
.Manning, and Dick Sassara. The
sponsor of the club is Coach Palundx).



VOLLEYBALL




INTRAMURALS



No. 1 No. Carolina Champions
Won 9 Lost

Left to Right:

Front Row: Rita Howard, Aurora Lim, Rosalie Young, Betty Gagnon

Middle Row; Frances Geri, June Rowley, Corlene Taber, and Inez

Lowe

Bock Row: Dina Sosso, Jeanine Nix, Margaret Ridge, Captain,
and Nancy Sasso



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No. 4 Tulane
Won 4 Lost 3

Left to Right: Mildred Marquad, Alice Hannigan, Mar-
garita Barcenoi, Barbara Egolf, Marie Fraser, Marion
Didrickson, Jilma Lara, Margaret Gomila, Joanne
Reccio, Captain, and Karen Stroop




iJTinilrnts




No. 5 Michigan
Won 5 Lost 3

Left to Right: Joan Holgerson, Dora Welch, Nancy
Kaufer, Thelma Leignadier, Leticio Stevenson, Arline
Lim, Norma Lowe, and Nidia Oliver Ftont: Jocquie
Boyle, Captain




No. 8
WonO

Left to Right;

Front Row: Barbara Sherry, Martha Graham, Yolanda

Penaherrera, Gwendolyn Koriger, and Carol George

ock Row; Irma Leignadier, Pat Geddes, Coptoin, and
Shirley Trudeau



"A" League Volleyball Champions




Left to right, front row: Nancy Sasso, Dinah Sosso, Nellie Holgerson, Jane Compton, and Jacquie Boyle
Bock row; Vilma Sosso, Coletta Stiebritz, Joanne Reccio, Jeonette McKeown, Margaret Ridge, and Mary Ann
Hanningan



The "A" League placed Hrst in inter-scholastic
games this year. The team was coached by Miss
Virginia Keenan who has taught here in C.H.S.
lor four years. Congratulations must be given to
the "A" League for winning four games in a row
for the first time in years. The standings ol the
victorious "A'" League were as follows:



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B" League Volleyball Champions





Left to right, front row: Mildred Marquard, Nancy Kariger, Alice Hanningan, and Dawn Preston
Bock row: Janice Rankin, Carline Taber, Arline Lim, Ann Thomas, Lois Schcidegg, and Dora Welch



After two well played games the "B" League
emerged imdeteated. It might be added that
Coach Reenan gave a dinner at the Golf Clul) for
the girls' efforts. The "IV League standings are:



C.H.S.
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1951 BASKETBALL ALL-STARS



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Mory Ann Hannigan

Junior




f* EYES FRONT, BOYS



Don't Stare Girls!




The Staff



The tigeristic journalism staff is about
to leap out of your lives forever,
leaving as its monumento these pages.




Before we leap, we pause to express our gratitude to: Sosa Studio, for the fine
Hall of Fame pictures; Mr. Bailey, Mr. Kaufer, and Mr. Hanna, for their sports
pictures; St. Petersburg Printing Co. and the Southern Engraving Co., both of
St. Petersburg, Florida; our sponsors, the businessmen of Colon and Panama who
gave us their financial support; the Camera Club, for its contributions; last but
not least, we wish to thank the faculty and students for their gracious co-operation.




To Our Special

Well-Wishers Who

Dug Deeply Into Their

Pockets For

A Contribution



MR. AND MRS. M. KISSAM
MR. AND MRS. S. HAMMOND

MR. AND MRS. F. PINTO

MR. AND MRS. R. L SULLIVAN

DR. AND MRS. J. WILKERSON

MR. AND MRS. V. FISHER

MR. AND MRS. DIEZ

DR. AND MRS. R. deBOYRIE



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"Here comes the parode, Johnny. Call your mother. Where is she?"
"Upstairs, dad, waving her hair."
"Goodness! Can't we afford a flog?"



Rest in Comfort



at the



Ulasliinyton Hotel



The Best in Service and Food



Dinner Dances on Special Occasions



Telephone 3-2116



Best of Everything to


the Class of 1951


K\l(iHTS OF (EllBllS


Cristobal Council No. 1689


Espave Avenue Margarita, C. Z.



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PANAMA AUTO. S- A.



OUUmoJuk CumH PcuJzcAjJt

AUTOMOBILES

SIXTEENTH STREET MELENDEZ AVENUE

COLON, R. DE P.



"Abbott," cried Costello, "Abbott! My feet ore frozen and they're sticking out of the covers."

"You fool," answered Abbott, "why don't you pull them in?"

"Oh, no," said Costello, "1 ain't putting those cold things in bed with me!"


Compliments to the Class of "51


FROM


Armed Service YMU Photo Shop


Good Pictures at a Loiv Price


CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE



86




87



UNITED FHUIT COMPANY

GREAT WHITE FLEET



Offices

UNITED FRUIT BUILDING CENTURY CLUB

CRISTOBAL PANAMA CITY

PHONE 3-2121 PHONE 523 524



"Is this number 1-1-1-1?" asked the voice over the telephone.

"No," replied the moron. "This is eleven-eleven."

"Sorry to have bothered you," said the voice.

"No bother," said the moron. "I was getting up anyway to answer the phone."



Compliments to the

CLASS OF 1951

SMOOT-HUNNICUTT

TELEPHONE 800 COLON, R. P.

DISTRIBUTORS

BUICK CHEVROLET

FRIGIDAIRE FIRESTONE



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THANK YOU!

HERFF-JONES is Proud to Have Been

Chosen to Manufacture

Your Class Ring



Represented by
E. A. LEWIS



Calle Esludianles No. 136
Box 1408, Panama



"Young mon," said the professor to the student who kept on interrupting, "ore you trying to instruct this class?"
"Certainly not, sir," said the student.
"Well, then, don't talk like an idiot."



CIVA. S. A.



"YOUR FRIENDLY PONTIAC, CADILLAC AND GMC
DEALER IN COLON"



16th and Melendez



Phone 1369



COLON



89



Compliments of



CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION



Cristobal. C Z.



Balboa, C. Z.




Miss Liter: "When 1 say 'I hove went' what is wrong with that sentence?"
Henry Ford; "It's wrong because you ain't went yet."



Congratulations to the Class
of '51

Representatives



in



COLON



PANAMA



Pennsylvania Tires



Compliments of



(jlarage Sterling



Calle 14



Avenida Bolivar



COLON, REP. DE PANAMA



APARTADO 65 TELEFONO 136, 174



Mr. Wallace: "And now, Eulalia, what do you know about French syntax?"
Eulalia Guardia: "I didn't know they hod to pay for it.



HOL
1390 KC



HOLA
9505 KC



Radio Mlantico



BALBOA AVENUE TELEPHONE 1044



The


French Bazaar


-The


Most Tnlketl-about Gift Store
on the Isthmus!"




JUAN PALOMERAS




COLON



90



CIA. HENRIQUEZ, S. A.



Box 459



Bolivar 7100
COLON



Phone 10



Mr. Brians: "Give the most importont fact about nitrates.'
Bob Bailey: "They're cheaper than the day rates."



Almacen Salas



JULIO A. SALAS, Prop.



BOLIVAR AVENLE



PHONE 537



Congratulation s

and

Best Wishes

to the Class of '51



^^azaaxita ^Loziit



Colon
Masonic Temple



Victor Mizrachi: "Mrs. Bigelow, I don't think I deserve on absolute zero."
Mrs. Bigetow; "I don't either. But it's the lowest mark I can possibly give."



COMPLIMENTS TO THE
CLASS of 1951



from



''EL LAV AM AT ICO



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Colon's Automatic Laundry



8054 11th ST.



PHONE 836.L



91



TELEFONO 239



BOX 618



Complimento de

joytRifl a SOL

aifls mizfiflCHi



CALLE 9-1002



COLON, R. DE P.



Read



the



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AND KEEP YOUR KNOWLEDGE

OF WORLD DEVELOPMENTS

UP-TO-DATE



"Is this the Woman's Exchange?" asked Reuben.

"Of course. What did you want to see?"

"Well, if you're the woman, I guess I'll keep Sarah.'




MARIMB



(MOTORS



WE

noBEm WILCOX co.

INCORPORATED



CENTRAL AVENUE



PHONE 394



The

Standard Fruit &

Steamship Co.



Vacarro Line

W ish Every Success

to the Graduating

Class of 1951



92




""Good Service for Good Cars"
COLON



Mc. Millan

and
Eagan^ Inc.

your

Ford
Dealers



It was Farmer Brown's first visit to the big town. In the window of the department store he read a sign:

"Ladies Ready to Wear Clothes."
"Gosh," he said, "it's about time."



COLON



MOTTA'S

^/le lakei



PANAMA



All America
Cable & Radio



INCORPORATED



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ABOU SAAD TEMPLE

ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE

Oasis of the Panama Canal Zone

Is a Real Booster of

amnm huh school



"A man," said she bitterly, "wants everything he can get.'
"A woman," he rejoined, "wants anything she can't get."



Best Wishes to the Class of '51

KODAK, PANAMA, LTD.



FILM SUPPLIES
CAMERAS

PRINTING MATERIALS
FILM COLORED GUIDE
FLASH-GUNS

Arboix Building Colon
No. 98 Central Avenue Panama



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Iianama C^ity



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Two travelers had been making a night of it in London. After riding a considerable distance on the bus, the

first traveler said, "Is this Wembley?"
"No," said the second. "This isn't Wembley. This is Thursday."
"'Good," said the first. "I'm thirsty too. Let's get off and have another drink."



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Best Wishes


CIA.


DIERS&ULRICHS.A.


Telephone 101 Colon



Congratulations to the Graduates
of 51 Class

from

CASA MIKE

First Self-service Store Established
in Colon



"Before we were married," she cried bitterly, "you told me you were well off."
"I was," he snarled. "But I didn't know it."



Congratulations to the Class of 1951

ITALIABf LI^ES



STEAMSHIP CO.



Cristobal 3-2464



"Why do you act so unhappy? Anything wrong?"
"I had to shoot my dog."



"Was he mod?"

"He wasn't exactly pleased about it.'



For That Best Dressed Look



e/



mm mm



i>



1 Ith Si. and Corner of Bolivar Ave. Colon



CompUtuents of



Wong Sang, S. A.

GENERAL HARDWARE
PANAMA COLON



Phone 2-2087



Phone 303



Willie saw some dynamite,
Couldnt understand it quite;



Curiosity never pays;

It rained Willie seven days.



AMERICAN LEGION

E. S. Waid

Post No. 2

STRESSES EDUCATION FIRST



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