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THE 1952
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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL


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(The mighty balmy breezes
That swayed the little palm treezes)


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Art Editor ..........
Business Manager ...


Roy Wilson
Ardis Willoughby
John Wilkerson
Karen Stroop
Joanne Reccia
Nancy Ramsey


Mercedes Peterson
Joanne Parsons
Terry McNamee
Don McLaughlin
Nellie Holgerson
Barbara Hickey


.....Jacquie Boyle
....David Rubelli
Don McLaughlin
......Karen Stroop
Joanne Parsons


Mary Ann Hannigan
Bob Granberry
Frances Geri
Leneve Dough
Yolanda Diez
Francisco Wang


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To Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad, who has wielded his baton
for thirteen long, faithful years over Cristobal High
School's many successful musical productions, we affec-
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Gym, Health, East Strouds-
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B.S., Bucknell Univ., Lewis-
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Miss Sophie McLimans
Household Arts, Cafeteria, B.S., Univ. of Wyoming,
Univ. of Calif.


Miss Veva Sasse
Business Training, Shorthand,
Typing, S.A., Acct., A.B., Ne-
braska St. Teachers' Coll.,
Graduate work at Colo. St.
Coll. of Ed., Greeley, Colo.


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Mr. James E. Stearns
Spanish, History, B.S. of Ed., Univ.
of Fla., M.A., Univ. of Fla.


Mr. Carl Serger
English, Journalism,
A.B., Colo. St. Coll. of
Ed., Greeley, Colo.


Mrs. Dorothy Smith
Journalism, English 10, A.B., Ohio
Northern Univ., M.A., Denver Univ.,
Further study in Columbia Univ.,
New York


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Miss Rebecca Schweitzer
Social Studies 8, House-
hold Arts 8 & 9, B.A.,
San Jose State Coll.,
San Jose. Calif.


Mr. Charles Wallace
Spanish 9, 11, Latin 10, French 9, B.A..
Daniel Baker Coll., Brownswood, Texas


Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen
Coll. of St. Scholastica, Duluth,
Minn., B.A., Jr. High Eng., Social
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CLASS


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V(HE story of the Senior Class begins in 1948
when the new Freshmen were embarking on their High School journey. There were many new
things to which they had to become adjusted and one was the Freshman-Sophomore Brawl and
another, the independence that each class had to take in sponsoring parties, dances and other
extra curriculars.


Monica Norwood, a somewhat new student
since she had just arrived in C. H. S. the year
before, was their first class president and was
assisted by John Fahnestock as vice-president,
Karen Saum as diligent secretary and Dorothy
Ellis as keeper of the funds. Because of their
inexperience, the Froshes were the losers in the
Annual Brawl despite Miss Adamary Ander-
son's guiding hand.
The Sophomore year brought for the class-
men a splendid victory in the Brawl, and also
Mr. Buel Robinson, a new faculty member, as
their sponsor. The power behind the Sopho-
mores in their vastly increased labors was
Dorothy Ellis as president, Margarita Barcenas
as vice-president, Ardis Willoughby as secre-
tary, and Nancy Ramsey as Treasurer.
Having reached the status of upperclassmen
the Junior Class was now preparing for the
time when they too would be Seniors, for they
had to order their class rings and sponsor the
Annual Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom, to
which they were the hosts. Miss Bess Liter had
more than she could handle so she had to call
upon Dick Sassara as president for aid and he
in turn had to call on Noel McGinn, Francisco
Wong, and Nellie Holgerson to help him out.
Dick left at half-term, however, and Noel had
to relieve him of the duties.


The Senior year brought a relief that this
year would be the last so it had to be a good
one. Jacquie Boyle as president got the first
half to a good start when she and her helpers:
Don McLaughlin, Elena Lee, and Martha
Graham came across with a very well enjoyed
Senior Dance. During the last half of the year,
plans were being formulated for Senior Week,
only tentatively of course, and preparations
were being made for Commencement and Bac-
calaureate, and finally college, homelife, and
occupations.
Thus four of the Best Years of Their Lives
passed when they walked through the portals
of the Auditorium for the last time to receive
that well-earned diploma.
That's how the Seniors left C.H.S. with
thoughts of near and dear friends, and school
days and good times, and well-meaning teach-
ers, and lots of homework, and Monday morn-
ing, and Friday at 2:59, and the pretty gals,
and the handsome guys, and sports, and plays,
and the "Trade Wind," and "A" honor rolls.
All these things will be called to memory when
the graduate looks at his diploma no matter if
it be now or ten years hence.
He will always remember C.H.S. and the
Gold and Blue of Fifty-two.


































JACQUELINE MARIE BOYLE
President
"Jacquie"
Wilkes-Barre, Penn.
February 5, 1934
"In goodness there are all kinds of wisdom."
Class President 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
"Jenny Kissed Me" 2; "Mother Is a Freshman"
3; "Night of January 16th" 4; Thespians 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres.
4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3;
Girls' Sports Award 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 1, 2,
3, 4; Sec.-Treas. TZW 2; Jr. Rifle Club 1; Pep
Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Queen's Court 4;
Orchestra 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Homecoming Dance 1, 2, 3, 4;
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Frosh-Soph Brawl
Coach 3; Graduation Dance 3; Baccalaureate and
Graduation 3; Quill and Scroll 4; S. A. Represent
tative 1, 3; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff
4, Co-Editor; R.O.T.C. Battalion Sponsor 4;
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4.


SENIORS












DON McLAUGHLIN
Vice-President
"Mack"
Point Pleasant Beach, N. J.
October 1, 1934
"I speak truth, not so much as I
would, but os much os I dare; and
I I dore a little the more, as I grow
older."
'ice-President 4; "C" Club 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot
ball 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2,
3, 4; Varsity 3; Water Polo 1, 2:
Thespians 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Science
Club 3, 4; "21" Club 4; Student
~Council 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Band
1, 2, 3; Projector Operator 3, 4;
Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Cards and An
nouncements 4; Class Rings 3; Senior Assembly, Chairman 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
R.O.T.C. 4; Plays, "What a Life," "Arsenic and Old Lace," "Jenny Kissed Me,"
"The Black Flamingo," "Mother Is a Freshman," "The Night of January 16th "


MARTHA ANN GRAHAM
Treasurer
Colon, R. of P.
November 15, 1934
"Gentle of nature, humble of heart,
Forever striving to fulfill her part."
Class Treasurer 4; Dramatic Club 3,
4; "Night of January 16th"; Na
tional Honor Society 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 4; Jr. Rifle
Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Glee Club
3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 3, 4; Athletic Council
3, Treasurer; Dance Committees 1, 2.
4; Class Assemblies 1, 3, 4; Education
Week Assembly 4.


ELENA LEE Secretary
"Pee Wee"
Colon, R. of P.
August 24, 1934
"Easy-going, loved by all
Great in mind, in stature small."
Class Secretary 4; F.T.A. 4; Camera Club 2, 3;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bad-
minton 3; Softball 1; Swimming 4; Jr. Rifle Club
3, 4; Library Assistant 2; Pep Club 4; Dance
Committees 2, 4; Jr.-Sr Prom 3; Education
Week Assembly 4











ISRAEL DARIO JOSE BALQUIN
"Joe"
Ancon, Canal Zone
December 12, 1932
"He broke no promise, served no
private end,
He gained no title, and he lost no
friend."
Football 1 2,2. 3, 4. All-Stars 1; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchetra 1, 2, 3. 4;
Band 1, 2. 3, 4.


SALVADOR ALEGUAS
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 6, 1934
"Man is distinguished from
all other creatures by the
faculty of laughter."
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 1, 2. 3. 4; Band 1. 2,
3, 4; Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4.


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ROBERT WAYNE BAILEY
"Bugs"
Tulsa, Oklahoma
January 4, 1934
"Whoe'er excels in what we prize,
Appears a hero in our eyes."
S A. Vice President 3; "21" Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club
1, 2 ; Football Varsity 1, 2. 3, 4; Baseball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track Varsity 1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
"C" Club 2, 3. 4; All-Zone 2nd String, Basketball 2;
All-Zone Co-Captain. Basketball 3; Graduation Dance 3;
Football Dance 2, 3; Sophomore Dance 2; Class Assembly
4; Honor Committee 3; Stae Crew 3.


ROBERT M. BLAKELY
"Bob"
Corbin, Kentucky
August 17, 1934
"Brimming over with
and quips,


"Rusty"
Phi:adelphia, Penn.
May 16, 1933
"A quiet lass, with manners in reserve,
A life full of merit may she always deserve."
Science Club 1; Library Aistant 3; Glee Club 1. 2


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Never a sad word on his
lips."
Camera Club 1; "C" Club 4;
All Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C.
1, 2, 3, 4; "21" Club 4; Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3,
4; Jr. Ring Committee 3; Jr.
Sr. Prom 3.


MARIA MARGARITA BARCENAS
"Margie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 29, 1934
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness."
Vice-President 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Camera Club
1. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club 4; Glee Club
2, 3, 4; Glee Club Secretary 3; "The
l,. Fi, e ...... ," 3; "Mother Is a
I, .... ., Make-Up 1, 2, 3, 4;
F.T A 4; F.T.A. Assembly 4; Sopho
more Dance 2 ; Senlor Dance 4 ; Vulley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2; Pep
Club 2, 3, 4


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CAROL COLEMAN
Trenton, New Jersey
June 15, 1934
"It is the rare pleasures that espe-
cially delight us."
c'amnera Club 1; Vlle.ball 1; Pep
Clul, 1. 2, 3; Committees 3, 4; .r.-
Sr. Prom 3; Senior Dance 4


ELIZABETH LENEVE DOUGH
"Geri"
Wanchese, North Carolina
November 12, 1934
"She dances through life with never a care."
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball
All Stars 1, 2, 4; Basketball All-Stars 1, 2, 4; Softball All
Stars 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Orchestra I; Quill and Scroll 4;
Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; F.T.A. I. 2, 3, 4;
"Night of January 16th"; Junior-Senior Prom 3; Cards andl
Announcements 4; Baccalaureate and Commll encement 3:
Cheerleader 4; Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Holmecoming Dance
1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Dance


DIANA ELAINE DARE
"Dee"
Ontario, California
December 27, 1935
"A winsome smile, laughing
blue eyes,
Makes this girl above others
rise."
G.A.A. 1; Basketball 3, All
Stars 3; Baseball 3; Volley
ball 4; Pep Club 1; Glee Club
1; Athletic Council 3; Jr. Sr.
Prom 3; Opening Day Dance
4; Sr. Assembly 4; Varsity
Dance 3.


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YOLANDA DIEZ
"Yo Yo"
Panama, R. of P.
May 11, 1935


"From the top of her head
to the tip of her toes,
t Her example of neatness and
loveliness grows."
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3, President 4; Thes
plans 2. 3, 4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 3; National Honor Society
3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3;
Swimming 1, 2; Volleyball 2;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Junior
I Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3, 4; Museum Assistant 1; Home Room Rep. 1;
Glee Club 2; Orchestra 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Junior and Senior Banquet and Prom 3; Class
Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; "Arsenic and Old Lace" 2 ; "The Black
Flamineo" 3; "The Night of January 16th" 4



ALLEN BLANEY
Ancon, C. Z.
September 29, 1934
"Our virtues are most frequently but vices
disguised."


SONIA WEICH DIETRICH
"Chick"
Panama, Rep. of Panama
February 2, 1932
"Marriages are made in heaven."
Softball All-Stars 2; Basketball 1, 2;
Volleyball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2; Pep
(lub 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2.


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ROBERT CRANBERRY
Chicago, Ill.
June 24, 1934
"Alive, alert in school days past,
He'll be successful to the last."
S.A. Treasurer 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2
3. 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4
Track 2, 3, 4; "21" Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Glee Club 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4;
Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Committees 1, 2.
3, 4.


THEODORE ENGLEBRIGHT
"Teddy"
Ancon, C. Z.
January 11, 1934
"When a man succeeds he
does it in spite of every-
body, and not with the
assistance of everybody."

Football, Varsity 3, 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Basket
ball 1, 2, 3.


JOHN M. FAHNESTOCK
"Johnny"
Colon, R. of P.
January 4, 1935
"A kind and steadfast mind has he
He takes his problems seriously."
Class Vice-President 1; Camera Club 1. 2; Football 1, 2, 3;
Softball 1, 2, 3; "21" Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Rifle Club
1. 2, 3, 4, President 2, 4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1;
Glee Club 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A.
Representative 2; Hall Duty 1, 4; Dance Committees
1. 2, 3, 4; Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A. Treasurer 3; Debate
Club 3; Athletic Council 3; Director of Citizenship 4.


ELSA FERNANDEZ
"Elsie"
Panama, R. of P.
October 7, 1934
"A faithful friend is a strong defense: and he
that hath found such a one hath found a treasure."
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Badminton 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club I; Dance
Committee 3, 4; F.T.A. 4


BETTY MARIE FLENNIKEN
New Orleans, Louisiana
December 8, 1933
"She shows us how divine a
thing
A woman may be made."
Dramatic Club 1, 2; Camera
Club 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 4;
Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2;
Pep Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2;
Opening Day Dance 4.


FRANCES GERI
"Francoise"
Colon, R. of P.
July 8, 1934
"Like sunshine and shadows on a
stream
Her eyes emit a joyful beam."
SS.A. Representative 1; Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2. 3, 4;
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3. 4;
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3;
,,i.-....i..: 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4;
.1I.. I i.d. 1, 2, 3; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Hall Duty 2, 3, 4;
Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3; Sopho
more Assembly 2; Junior Assembly 3;
Thanksgiving Assembly 3; Junior
Senior Prom and Banquet 3; Senior
Assembly 4; Senior Dance 4; Make-
Up Committee 2, 3, 4; Announcements
and Cards 4; Baccalaureate 3; Com-
mencement 3; Driving 3.


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RITA HOWARD
"Pudgy"
Colon, R. of P.
November 23, 1931
"I would rather be remembered by
a song
Than by a victory."
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2.
3. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior-Senior
Prom 3; Class Assemblies 2, 3; Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4;
Class Dance 2, 3, 4.


MARY ANN HANNIGAN
"Mimi"
Colon, Rep. of Panama
February 1, 1935
"Active with a wiry grace,
The map of Ireland on her face."
S.A. Representative 4; Dramatic Club 2; Varsity Club 3. 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4, All Stars 2, 3, 4;
Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3;
Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Hall Duty 1;
Class Assemblies 1, 3, 4; Jr.
Sr. Prom 3; Class Dance 4;
Cards and Announcements 4;
Education Week Assembly 4;
Baccalaureate and Commence
ment 3.


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EPERDULIA A. HERRERA
"Pearl"
Colombia
July 21, 1932
"Patience is a flower that
grows not in everyone's
garden."
Library Assistant 1; Glee Club
4


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S CLIFTON HAYWARD
"Cliff"
Brockton, Mass.
. January 9, 1934
"Always there to lend a hand
Where the situation may
demand."
Football 4; Junior Rifle Club
3, 4; Stage Crew 3, 4; "Night
of January 16th" 4.


NELLIE FREDERICKA HOLGERSON

February 16, 1934
"Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom."
Class Treas. 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; "Mother Is a
Freshman"; Thespians 3, 4, Secy.-Treas. 4; Nat'l. Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Secy. 4; Volleyball All Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball
All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball All Stars 1,2, 3, 4; Badminton
2, 3; Camera Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Orchestra
1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Ath. Council 4; Dance
Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4;
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Cards and Announcements 4.


PATRICIA RUTH HOWARD
"Pat"
Colon, R. of P.
August 10, 1934
"It is a great ability to be able to
conceal one's ability."
S.A. Alternate 4; Dramatic Club
Treasurer 4; Camera Club 1, 3, 4;
Athletic Council 4; Pep Club 1, 2,
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Driving 4;
Junior Assembly 3.


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GWENDOLYN B. KARIGER
"Gwen"
Norfolk, Virginia
January 1, 1934
"She doeth little kindnesses
Which most leave undone
or despise."
Dramatic Club 4; Ciamera Club
I; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4; Base
ball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2.
3; Badminton 3; Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4; F.T A 4.


JOSEPH KATALINAS
"Joe"
Washington, D. C.
January 13, 1934
"Silence is deep as Eternity; speech is shallow as time."


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JOHN A. KATALINAS
"Jack"
Washington, D. C.
January 24, 1935
"A cheerful smile, a pleasant word,
Mirth over sadness, he preferred."
Basketball 1. 2: Football 1. 2. 3; Fooulll. Varsity 4;
Basketball, Varsity 4; Senior Dance 4; (Comrnittees 1, 2. 3. 4


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WALTER H. KUHRT
"Walt"
Colon, R. of P.
June 26, 1934
"A pleasant manner, fair to
see,
He is what every boy should
be."
S.A. Representative 3; "C"
Club 3, 4; Football, Varsity
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, Varsity
2. 3. 4; Basketball, J. V. 3, 4;
Track 1, 2; Junior Rifle Club
1; Junior Assembly 3; Senior
Assembly 4; Dance Commit
tees 2, 3, 4.


HENRY LAWRANCE
New York, N. Y.
October 28, 1933
"His hopes are high as his legs are
long,
Why worry about trouble, he's
singing a song."


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IRMA GABRIELA LEIGNADIER
"Muffie"
Colon, Rep. of Panama
November 12, 1934
"I slept and dreamed that life was
beauty,
I awoke-and found that life was
duty."
Camera Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club
3. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 1, 2,
3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4, All-Stars 41
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All Stars 2, 3, 4;
Junior Rifle Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4;
Glee Club 1. 2; Orchestra 1; Band 1;
National Art Honor Society 3. 4;
Badminton 2; Junior-Senior Prom 3;
lHomecomini Dances 2, 3, 4; Class
Assemblies 1. 2 ; Class Dances 1, 2. 3.















ISAAC MALCA
Colon, R. of P.
December 29, 1935
"Silence is more eloquent than
words!"
Camera Club 2; Softball 1. 2, ; "21
Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Rifle Club 2, .
4 ; Band 3. 4 ; Sophomore Assembly 1


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KEITH C. MOUMBLOW
"Mumps"
Colon, R. of P.
August 28, 1933
"A good acquaintance and a better friend
Of thoughtfulness and joy, the perfect blend."
S.A. Alternate 4; Camera Club 2, 3; Sports 1, 2, 3; Intla
murals 1. 2, 3; Plays 3, 4; Thespians 4; Science Club 2. 3, 4
"21" Club 2, 3; Junior Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1. 2. 3;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4.

NOEL F. McGINN
"Reds" /
Colon, R. of P.
December 28, 1934
"He is all that's good and
great,
He is the ruler of his fate."
Dramatic Club; Thespians 2-4 ;
National Honor Society 4;
Camera Club 2, 3; Football,
Softhall, Basketball, Track 1,
2. 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,
3; "21" Club 13; ,lnior Rif ll
Club 1; S.A. President 4; S.A.
Representative 1; Glee Club 2 ;
Orchestra, Band 1-4; Quill ant
Scroll 3, President; Tradewind
Staff 3; Caribbean Staff 3;
Dance Committees, Assemblies,
Debate Club 3, President;
Class Vice-President 3; Pla.,
1-4.


ARNOLD MANNING
"Monky"
Colon, Rep. of P.
January 3, 1933
"The gods always favor the
strong."
"C" Club 2, 3, 4; "B" League
All-Stars; Football 1 ; Track 1;
Basketball 1; Varsity Teamn
Football 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2.
3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Second
Team All Canal Zone Basket
hall 2 ; All Canal Zone First
Team Basketball 3; Basketball
3; Football 4; Football Most
Valuable Play er 3,


JEANINE NIX
"Nina"
Austin, Texas
July 29, 1934
"Her laughter and giggles are heard all day
For she believes in the smiling way."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Glee Club 2; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; R.O.T.C.
Co. Sponsor 4; Football Queen 4; Museum Aid 2; Fashion
Show 2; Junior-Senior Prom 3; Education Week Assembly
3, 4; Christmas Dance 4; R.O.TC. Dance 4; Freshman
Dancing Class Aid 1.


TERENCE R. McNAMEE
"Terry"
Reading, Penn.
November 5, 1934
"His is a world devoid of care,
Life to him is but a dare."
Dramatic Club 3, 4; Junior Rifle
Club 1, 2; Tradewind Staff 4; Carib.
bean Staff 4; Hall Duty 1; Football
1, 2; Class Assemblies 1, 3, 4; Na
tional Education Week Assembly 4;
"What A Life" 1; "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 2: "The Black Flamingo" 3;
"Night of January 16th" 4; R.O.T.C.
N.C.O. 3, 4; Battalion Staff 4; Drill
Team 4; Usher Squad 4.









JOANNE THERESA RECCIA
"Mamma"
New York, New York
March 24, 1935
"She is pretty to walk with
Witty to talk with
And pleasant too, to think on."
Dramatic Club 2, 3; \ar',it Club
2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treaurer 3; Volley
ball All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball
All-Stars 1, 2. 3. 4: Softball All tla,
1. 2, 3, 4; Badminton Champion 2. 3;
juniorr Rifle Club 1. 2, 3; Library
Assistant 1: Student Council 2; Pep
Club 1. 2; > A Representlaive 1 ;
Tralew,nd Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Baccalaureate 3; Graduation 3; Clas
Assemblies 1, 2. 3, 4; Dances 1. 2, 3.
4; Honor Committees 3, 4; ChIee
leader 3, 4; Pla.s 3, 4.


NIDIA MARIE OLIVER C.
"Sukie"
Colon, R. of P.
September 3, 1933
"Her unexpected conversa-
tion was marked by its
happy abundance."
Varsity Club 3, 4; Basketball
All Stars 3; Softball All Star
3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4;
S.A. Alternate 1; Dance Coin
imittee, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Na
tional Education Week A-sein
bily 4.


ALDO PILERI
Colon, R. of P.
February 29, 1932
"A quiet lad, with manners in reserve
A life full of merit, may he always deserve."
21" Club 1, 2.


JOANNE SEAVEY PARSONS
"Jo"
New London, Connecticut
September 18, 1934
"A tireless worker, the whole day long;
Her life's in tune like a joyful song."
lliarm;alic Club 4. Secretary 4; Volle bhall 1. 2, 3, 4, All
slars 1, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4;
M'inininm 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Quill
.nd ', r oll 4; Tialemind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Athletic Council 4, Treasurer 4; Clas Dance 4; Education
W\,k Asemhbl 4; Mlake-l' 4

NANCY ANN RAMSEY
"Nan"
Forest Lake, Minnesota
April 15, 1934
"Her dislikes for people and
things are few,
Do you wonder why friends
to her are true?"
_Varasity Club 2, 3, 4; \'olley
ball 1. 2. 3. 4, All-Stars 2;
Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4, All-Stars
1, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4, All
Stars 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2,
3.; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Band
S 1, 2, 3; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Sophomore
Dance 2; Junior Senior Prom
3; Varsity Dance 2, 3, 4;
Cheerleader 3. 4; Queen's

16th" 4


MARGARET ROSE RIDGE
"Mudd"
Gorges Hospital, Ancon, C. Z.
August 27, 1934
"And her smile like sunshine
Darts into many a sunless heart."
Dramatic Club 4; Varsity Club 3, 4;
Vdles\ball 1, 2, 3, 4. All-Stars 1, 2, 3.
4; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. All Stars 1,
2. 3. 4; Softball 1, 2. 3, 4, All Star
1, 2, 3 4; G. A. 2; Glee Club 2;
lake-U'p 1. 2. 3, 4; Varsity Dance
3. 4; Football Dance 1, 2; Junior
Inllior Prom 3.


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TALMADGE SALTER
"Salt"
Mt. Vernon, Georgia
September 7, 1934
"He that is master of himself will
soon be master of others."
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4 ; Varsity
Basketball 4; Junior Varsity 1, 2. 3;
Varsity Baseball 2, 3. 4; Varsity
Track 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band
1, 2, 3. 4; S A. Representatives 1, 3,
4; Battalion Commander 4; National
Education A'smcbll 3. 4; Class Assemi
blies 1. 2. 3, 4; Dance Committees
1, 2; Junior-Senior Prom and Ban
quet 3; Senior Danrc 4; R.(OT.C
Dance 3, 4; Football Court 4: Open
ing Assembly 4,


DORA MARIE WEICH
"Dee"
Colon, R. of P.
April 7, 1934
"A girl with beauties very rare
Bewitching eyes and raven hair."
Camera Club 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball All Stars
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball All-Stars 1, 2, 3; Softball All Stars
2, 3; Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4; Softball
1. 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1; Pep Club 3; Orchestra 1;
Band 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Dance 2; Junior-Senior Prom 3;
Homecoming Dance 2, 3, 4; Thanksgiving Play 2; Senior
Assembly 4; Queen's Court 4-


ANNE CAROLYN STAPLER
"Rusty
Ancon, C. Z
October 20, 1933
"Humor is the electric a.so:
phere; wit is the flash
Dramatic Club 1, 2, i
President 1; Volleyball I
Basketball 1, 2, 4; ., .t.
Club 2, 3; Chemistry ( I.,.
Library Assistant 2; Pi ( I.i
3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Di.. .
Senior Dance 4; "Tob. H. l
Out" 1 ; "Night of ;..,..,
16th" 4.


GILBERT M. SMITH
"Gil"
Neptune City, N. J.
August 25, 1934
"From quiet, unexpected
sources
Often spring the world's
great forces."
"C" Club 3, 4; Baseball, Var-
itlv 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball, Var
sity 1, 2, 3. 4; Football, Var-
sity 1, 2; Swimming 1; Glee
Club 1 2, 3.


S\ PAUL WHITLOCK
"Pablo"
Panama, R. of P.
August 6, 1934
"A lot of masculinity
Adored by femininity."
C" Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Softball 1, 2. 3, 4;
Track 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3;
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.






KAREN PATRICIA STROOP
"Stroopy"
Colon, R. of P.
November 18, 1934
"Being young is something that im-
proves daily!"
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, All -tars 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1. 2
3, 4; Badminton 2; Swimming 4;
S.A. Representative 2; Pep Club 3, 4,
Chairman 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Tradel
wind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; An
nouncemnents and Cards 4; Dance
f Committees 2, 3. 4; Class Assembli,s
1, 2, 3, 4; Education Week Assembly
3; Cheerleader Alternate 4; Jamboree
Queen 4; Visitation Day 4; Junior
Senior Prol and11 Banquet 3; B,a
,'alaure.at' 3; Con(' ,menn ic i'ent 3;
"lenny Kissd Me" ''2 ".Meel Corlis,
Archer" 4.



































JOHN WILKERSON
"Jeb"
Salt Lake City, Utah
October 25, 1933
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice President 4; Ther
pians 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; "21" Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4;
S.A. Representative 4; Tradewind Staff 3, 4; Caribbean
Staff 3, 4; Class Assemblies 1, 2. 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 3, 4;
Athletic Council 3, Vice President 3; Talent Night 1, 2;
Debate Club 3, 4; Class Dances 3, 4; Drill Team 3; State
Crew 2. 3, 4 ; Stage Manager 4; "Jenny Kissed Me," "Arsenic
and Old Lace," "Black Flamingo," "Mother Is a Freshman,"
"Niht of January ilith"; Junior Senior Prom 3.


JEAN WONG
Colon, Rep. of Panama
February 2, 1934
"Sincere and always kind
A nicer girl 'tis hard to find."
Volleyball 3; F.T A. 4; Pep Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4.


ARDIS MARIE WILLOUGHBY
"Ardie"
Scottsbluff, Nebraska
June 5, 1934
"Kind and sweet in all her ways,
She'll be happy the rest of her days."
Class Secretary 2; Camera Club 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 4;
Badminton 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Junior
Rifle Club 2, 3; Library Assistant 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
F.T.A. 4; Class Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly
4; Education Week Assembly 4; Visitation Day 4; Play
Usherette 3; Football Court 4; Swimming 4; Baccalaureate
3; Commencement 3.


ROY WILSON
"Moose"
Balboa, C. Z.
April 30, 1934
"He'll be successful in any land,
For he holds his future well in hand."
"C" Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2,
3, 4; Varsity Track 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Tradewind Staff
4; Caribbean Staff 4; R.O.T.C. 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera
Club 1, 2, 3; Cards and Announcements 4; Education Week
Assembly 4; Opening Day Assembly 4; Frosh-Soph. Brawl
Coach 4; Glee Club 1, 2.




































FRANCISCO WONG
"Frisco"
Colon, R. of P.
May 16, 1935
"The world was taken in his stride;
Nor turned he back for time nor tide."
Secretary of Junior Class 3; Dramatic Club 2; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Camera Club 2. 3; "C" Club 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3. 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4.
President 4; "21" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, President
4; Junior Rifle Club 2, 3; S.A. Representative 3; S.A.
Secretary 4; Glee Club 2; Band 1, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 3, 4;
Hall Duty 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Corn
Inittees 3, 4; Junior Senior Prom 3.


HELEN VIRGINIA EDWARDS
"Moonbeam"
Hopewell, Virginia
February 11, 1934


GAY BURGESS WHISNANT
Ellsworth, Maine
March 1, 1934
"Grave authors say and witty poets sing
That wedlock is a glorious thing."


JEANNE ELIZABETH YANDLE
"Jeannie"
Detroit, Michigan
November 17, 1934
"If to her share some female errors fall,
Look on her face, and you'll forget them."
Dramatic Club 4; Softball 3; Bajsketball 3; Volleyball 4;
Swimming 4; Pelp (lul 4; Glee Club I, 2, ; Senior Dance
1, 2. 4; Cardl' and Annouincemelllts 4.








ALEGUAS, SALVADOR-leaves his trumpet in the capable hands of Mr. Jorstad.
BAILEY, ROBERT-leaves his anthology to Nancy Kariger.
BALQUIN, JOSE-leaves his f.ddlrj., techniques to Nessim Chitrit.
BARCENAS, MARGARITA-leaves her ability to get to school on time (8:30) to Nancy Sasso.

S BLAKELY, ROBERT-his love troubles to Bobby Salter.
BLAND, BLANCHE-leaves Miss Anderson's U. S. History Classes to all Juniors.
BLANEY, ALLEN-his motor-bike to any unsuspecting Junior.
E BOYLE, JACQUIE-leaves her fingers that are in every pie to Harriet Burke.
COLEMAN, CAROL-leaves for greener pastures.
DARE, DIANE-leaves her hair l?i cut to Lotty Stevenson.
N DIEZ, YOLANDA-leaves her driving ability (?) to anyone with nine lives to spare.
DOUGH, LENEVE-wills her "spiking" ability to the R. O. of I.
EDWARDS, HELEN-her swimming ability to Betty Tarr.
I ENGLEBRIGHT, TEDDY-his dabbling in metal shop to Dick Tattleman.
FAHNESTOCK, JOHN-leaves his R.O.T.C. company to Victor Fisher.
FERNANDEZ, ELSA-leaves her powder compact to any Junior girl in need.
FLENNIKEN, BETTY-wills her "lazy-lookers" to Pat Kelley.
O GERI, FRANCES-leaves her clothes to Mercedes Peterson.
GOMILA, MARGOT-. .ll: her classy mambo to Jilma Lara.
GRAHAM, MARTHA-Her Swedish accent to Dale Roberson.
R GRANBERRY, ROBERT-leaves nothing.
HANNIGAN, MARY-leaves the All-Stars to Shiela McNamee.
HAYWARD, CLIFTON-leaves the portable sander in the woodshop to Gil Ferro.
HERRERA, PEARL-will her typewriter to Blanquita McNatt.
HOLGERSON, NELLIE-leaves her valuable place in the Music Department to her sister, Joan.
( HOWARD, PATRICIA-leaves her shifting of gears to Louise Edmundson.
HOWARD, RITA-leaves her soprano voice to Elaine O'Hayer.
KARIGER, GWENDOLYN-leaves her quiet ways to Allen Simmons.
L KUHRT, WALTER-leaves his night life to Bob Orvis.
LAWRANCE, HENRY-leaves his good (?) looks to Ebby Stern.
LEE, ELENA-leaves part of her brain to lucky Maricha Tagaropulos.
A LEIGNADIER, IRMA-leaves her privilege to come late to school every day to Eulalia Guardia.
MALCA, ISAAC-leaves his be-bop glasses to Leo Constantine.
MANNING, ARNOLD-leaves his Balboa popularity to Vernon Bryant.
S MC GINN, NOEL-leaves his red toupee to Ralph Reccia.
Mc LAUGHLIN, DON-leaves his way with the girls (?) to any millionaire.
MC NAMEE, TERENCE-leaves his position as supply sergeant to Jody Roberson.
MOUMBLOW, KEITH-leaves his car's gas problems to Carleton Hallett.
S NIX, JEANINE-leaves C. H. S. with half a heart.
OLIVER, NIDIA-leaves her nimble step to Judy Ramirez.
PARSONS, JOANNE-leaves all Physics problems to any Junior who wants to suffer.
PILERI, ALDO-leaves his height and mustache to JimmyScheibeler.
RAMSEY, NANCY-leaves journalism class to any person strong enough to stand it.
W RECCIA, JOANNE-her nickname "Mamma" to whoever wants to be stuck with it.
RIDGE, MARGARET-leaves her Latin 10 notes to Mr. Wallace.
SALTER, TALMADGE-leaves his touchdowns to George Bennett.
I SMITH, GILBERT-leaves unhappily.
STAPLER, ANNE-leaves her wit to Barbara Sherry.
STROOP, KAREN-leaves her Jamboree crown to Babs Hickey.
L WElCH, DORA-leaves her raven locks to Vilma Rodriquez.
WEICH (DIETRICH) SONIA-wills her height to Millie Marquard.
WHITLOCK, PAUL-leaves his typing ability to Ginette Wachtel.
WILKERSON, JOHN-leaves his ability to play character parts to Carl Pinto.
WILLOUGHBY, ARDIS-leaves her bottle of peroxide to Lois Scheidegg.
WILSON, ROY-leaves a certain gal in Balboa to Less Rinehart to keep an eye on.
WONG, FRANCISCO-wills more wind-sprints to the '52 Football squad.
WONG, JEAN-leaves her 5' 5/2" to Maydelle Gardner.




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S O P H O M O R E S


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

Second Row: D. Cockle, R. Connard, N. Courtwright, L. Cox, R. Cunningham, J. Custer, J. Delaney, E. Didier,
S. Dinkgreve

Third Row: T. Dyer, G. Ferro, M. Fraser, C. George, D. Geyer, A. Hannigan, J. Hatgi, J. Hayes, A. Hepburn

Fourth Row: B. Hickey, R. Hodges, J. Holgerson, T. Hughes, V. Kam, D. Kissam, D. Lane, A. Lara, J. Lara

Fifth Row: C. Lessard, A. Lim, S. Mann, D. McLaren, S. McNamee, B. McNatt, B. Newhard, E. Penaranda,
M. Peterson

Sixth Row: J. Ramirez, R. Reccia, W. Roberson, J. Robinson, G. Rosabol, E. Rosania, K. Roscoe, J. Rowley,
B. Sanders

Seventh Row: R. Santos, R. Sasso, E. Scott, I. Servanti, P. Shank, R. Smith, C. Taber, M. Tagaropulos, C.
Thompson

Eighth Row: N. Tom, E. Ullrich, A. Vandergrift, A. Vila, J. Vowel, E. Walsh, B. Wa.thers, R. Williams, R. Young








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First Row: J. Albright, R. Aleguas, E. Attia, B. Baccus, L. Bailey, F. Baker, R. Balquin, A. Bleakley, M. Brassel
Second Row: J. Brennan, H. deBoyrie, A. Chambers, M. Chan, A. Collins, J. Cookson, G. Cooper, M. Corrigan, D. Craig
Third Row: J. Crowford, V. Dignam, W. Droste, C. Ducret, L. Edmondson, R. Elwell, R. deEstrada, B. Favorite, M. Fernandez
Fourth Row: V. Fisher, A. Fraser, D. George, T. Gibson, D. Gonzales, R. Goodhead, R. Hastings, C. Hardy, G. Harris
Fifth Row: H. Hartz, P. Hawthorn, H. Hayden, P. Holgerson, P. Kelly, J. King, N. Lamis, R. Lees, M. Letchko
Sixth Row: H. Lewis, J. Lowe, V. McBride, B. McCafferty, J. McDanials, J. McKenzie, M. Morrison, C. Newhard, A. Naboo
Seventh Row: E. O'Hayer, J. Pabon, D. Paine, M. Perez, D. Plaia, W. Price, J. Pumpelly, R. Quesada, E. Reynolds
Eighth Row: M. Reyes, D. Roberson, P. Roddy, V. Rodriquez, S. Rosello, M. Rudge, D. Scheidegg, J. Shank, E. Shaw
Ninth Row: E. Seivers, B. Smith, D. Smith, S .Smith, L. Sogandares, W. Stevenson, J. Stroch, D. Tagaropulos
Tenth Row: S. Tobin, C. Turner, M. Valasco


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Niwatioal onor4 Society

The highest honor a CHS student may receive is membership in the
National Honor Society. To be eligible for election one must have at
least a "B" average and then the other three qualities of character,
leadership, and service are considered.
This year's members include President Jacquie Boyle, Secretary
Nellie Holgerson, Treasurer Martha Graham, Noel McGinn, Yolanda
Diez, and Francisco Wong. Sponsor for this group is Miss Jeanne Brown.


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Festival and Pageants in which all musical
groups took part.
The Glee Clubs, Band and Orchestra are
hard at work all year long, performing in
assemblies, playing for ball games, and tak-
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The Easter Season is always highlighted
by the beautiful Easter Music Festival.
CHS is proud of its Music Department.


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The Students' Association is the most vital
organ of CHS life. It has for its members
practically the entire student body, which
elects its officers and one representative
from each home-room. Heading this organ-
ization this year is Noel McGinn in the Presi-
dent's chair; Nancy Kariger, capable Vice-
President; Francisco Wong, fulfilling the
duties of Secretary; and Bob ("I lost that
voucher") Granberry as Treasurer. Sitting
in the Adviser's chair is Mr. Reynold Vann, Secreta
a newcomer to CHS. Meetings of this organ-
ization are called at the request of the
President.
One of the most important groups in the
S. A. is that which "works behind the scenes," the cabi-
net. The cabinet is composed of Joanne Parsons, the
Athletic Council Treasurer; Bob Bailey, Advertising
Manager; John Fahnestock, Director of Citizenship.
The many activities of the Students' Association
reached a new "high" this year. Besides its usual
activities promoting unity among the student body by
sponsoring extra-curricular activities, this year's S. A.


ry, Francisco Wong Vice.President Nancy Karigrr
Treasurer Bob G'anbeir

President
Noel McGinn

sponsored a football game with a stateside team from
Key West, Florida. The venture was successful and
everybody enjoyed it. Local and Pacific Side fans
proved loyal.
Any student who, through the purchase of a mem-
bership ticket, becomes a member of the Students'
Association is entitled to one subscription to the
TRADE WIND, one CARIBBEAN, and admission to all
school dances, plays, and all conference games. The
Student Council also buys all athletic and music
awards. This year the Council started off with a
"Dance-a-Month" theme. It has proven very popular.
The S. A. activities began in September with the
Freshman-Sophomore Brawl and a dance the first
Friday of the school year. All school activities are
sponsored by the S. A. and all funds for any student
activities must pass through its channels.


S. A. REPRESENTATIVES. Left to Right. Top
row: Eugene Didier, Jack Wilkerson, Tal-
madge Salter, Tom Catanzaro, Don Smith.
Second row: Mary Ann Hannigan, Ann
Thomas, Sheila McNamee, Margaret Joud-
rey, Jim Scheibeler, Jean Shank. Third
row: Officers, Bob Granberry, Nancy Kar-
iger, Noel McGinn, Francisco Wong.


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The CHS ROTC unit's second year was indeed a pros-
perous one. Commanded by Lt. Col. E. T. Salter, w;th Major
Noel McGinn as executive officer, and Capt. Jacquie Boyle
as battalion sponsor the battalion was active throughout
the entire year. Some of the highlights of the year were:
the Drill Team performance at the Key West game, the
parade in February for civic groups, participation in An-
nual Field Night, attendance at Spring Camp held at Camp
Empire, and the Annual Awards Ball held at the Officers'
Club at Coco Solo.

Some of the many activities carried on by the ROTC
during the school year included: the usher squad provided
for athletic events, inner company sports, the "Draft Drag"
dance held in October and several rifle teams which com-
peted in various shoots.


Shown Below: Left: Lt. J. M Noloa assstanT potfs.or of mniiary sc.-ncre and
tactics, in charge of the Crsiobal ROTC Battalion
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M/Sgt. Terry McNamee, Bn. Supply Sgt.

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Thompson, 2nd Lt. Alexis Vila; First Sargeant, M/Sgt. Robert
Granberry; Company Sponsor, Hon. 1st Lt. Nancy Ramsey; Guidon
Bearer, Sgt. John Wilkerson.


Commanding Officer, Capt. Leo Constantine, Co. Executive Offi-
cer, 1st Lt. Carl Pinto, Company Sponsor, 1st Lt. Jeanine Nix, Pla-
toon leaders, Lt. Robert Salter, 1st Sgt. Skippy Anderson, Guideon
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TORRID ZONE WIZARDS

~ ,The Torrid Zone Wizards of Cristo-
S' bal High School had its beginning in
"q .. 1942. It was organized by Mr. Carl
Maedl. The Sponsor this year is Mr.
Davey. President Francisco Wong,
Veep Ardis Willoughby and Secretary-
Treasurer Margaret Joudrey make
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The Cristobal Jr. Rifle Club has made this a bang-up year with a
modernized range complete with new fans, mats, and other improve-
ments.
Under the very capable sponsorship of Mr. Noel E. Gibson, the
club has signed up 73 members, 27 of which are girls. Such Distin-
guished Riflemen as James Scheibeler, John Hatgi, John Fahnestock,
and Leo Constantine are back on the team from last year.


Starting the 1951-52 Gallery Season, the Jrs. have de-
feated all teams to win the first half honors and have
defeated Albrook-Curundu to tie for the all-time Canal
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Left to right: Front row: Paula Holgerson, Maricha Tagaropulos, Nellie Holgerson, Joyce Cookson, Joan Holgerson, Leneve
Dough. Middle row: Betty Tarr, Ardis Willoughby, Nancy Kariger, Elena Lee, Elsa Fernandez, Margaret Ridge, Louise Edmon-
son, Margarita Barcenas. Back row: Gwen Kariger, Jean Wong, Miss Anderson sponsor, Noel McGinn, Virginia Dignam,
Shiela McNamee.
The Caribe Club of the Future Teachers of Amer-
ica has grown by leaps and bounds during the past
year. It now boasts a membership of twenty-five.
Officers of the club are: Nellie Holgerson, President;
Noel McGinn, Vice-President; Margaret Ridge, Sec-
retary, and Elena Lee, Treasurer. Sponsor is Miss
Anderson.







SNational Art
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N is surely proud of its future "Rembrandts."
This year brought into this Society, Eulalia
Miss Foxhall Guardia and Yolanda Penaherrera. The old
members from last year include Irma Leigna-
dier and Diane McLaren. To be eligible for
S the National Art Honor Society, one must
naturally excel in art and fill the necessary
qualifications for the one-man show. Spon-
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A big step on the way to Thespian membership
is the Dramatic Club. This enthusiastic and peppy
group has had a very successful year. The initiation
of new members, an assembly, and other work on
Dramatics have kept members busy.
Officers of the Dramatic Club are Yolanda Diez,
President; Jeb Wilkerson, Vice-President; Joanne
Parsons, Secretary, and Pat Howard, Treasurer. Their
new sponsor this year is Miss Rebecca Schweitzer.
"Do well your part, there all the honor lies."
This is the motto of the National Thespian Society,


Miss Schweitzer

membership in which is the goal of all ambitious
dramatists. Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary
Jeanne Weisen, CHS Troup 217 has the following of-
ficers: Bob Granberry, President; Jacquie Boyle, Vice-
President, and Nellie Halgerson, Secretary-Treasurer.
They, along with members: Noel McGinn, Jeb Wilker-
son, Margarita Barcenas, Yolanda Diez, Don Mc-
Laughlin, Pat Howard, Carl Pinto, Alexis Vila, and
Keith Moumblow presented "The Night of January
16th" and "Meet Corliss Archer" as well as working
on different projects.


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The Athletic Council is made
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alternates. Their job is to take
care of the gate at all C.H.S.
athletic contests. Sponsor is Mr.
Stearns. Officers are Nancy
Kariger, President, and Joanne
Parsons, Treasurer.


Back row: Andrew Bleakely, Benny Favorite, Keith Moumblow, Larry Cox, Bob Grace. Middle
row: Nellie Holgerson, Joan Holgerson, Mercedes Peterson, Mr. Stearns, Elaine O'Hayer, Pat
Howard, Harriet Burke. Front row: Robert Granberry, Joanne Parsons, Nancy Kariger.

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Back: Francisco Wong. Left to Right: Yolanda Diez, Joanne
Parsons, Nellie Holgerson, Leneve Dough, Mary Ann Han-
nigan. Front: Jacquie Boyle


Quill and Scroll is the International Honor-
ary Society for High School Journalists. Mem-
bership is selective and each member must be
of good character and must successfully pass
four tests demanded by the International So-
ciety. He must be in the upper third of his high
school class; he must have done distinctive work
in some phase of high school journalism; he
must be recommended for membership by the
adviser of journalistic work in his high school;
and he must be approved as being worthy of
membership by the Society's executive officer
designated for that duty.
The Society has always taken an active part
in raising the standards in its field and in di-
rectirg the course of h'gh school journalism.
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COACH PALUMBO
Coach Luke Palumbo, head coach of the Tiger
team, was born in Mahoney Town, Penn., but spent
his younger days in Hubbard, Ohio, where he attend-
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Final Standings of 1951
Inter-scholastic Football League

won lost pet.
Cristobal High 3 1 .750
Balboa High 3 1 .750
Junior College 0 4 .000

TIGER FOOTBALL ACTION SHOTS
1. A little muddy
2. Now's the time to drive
3. Looks good for a first down
4. Manning gets away
5. Bailey and Hughes after the ball
6. Vernon gets his man







CRISTOBAL HIGH DOWNS KEY WEST 31 27 IN FIRST STATES-SIDE

BASKETBALL GAME . . KEY WEST WINS FOOTBALL THRILLER 2 0


Manning sinking a foul
shot during basketball
game with Key West
in which the Tigers
were victorious 31-27.
The scene of the first
states-side basketball
game played in the
Canal Zone was at
the Coco Solo gym on
December 6, 1951.


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West High football
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qame. The score at the
.alf stood 0-0, but the
Key West team went on to
win the ballgame in the
fourth quarter by the
close score of 2-0.







































The Varsity Champions; Back row, standing left to right: Skip Anderson, Talmadge Salter, Leo Constantine, Roy Wilson,
Vernon Bryant, Coach Paul Moser. Kneeling: Bob Salter, Arnold Manning, Bob Bailey, Jack Katalinas, Gilbert Smith.


FINAL STANDINGS OF INTERSCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE


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The Junior Varsity Champions: Back row, left to right: Manager Jim Doyle, James Scheibeler, Cookie Tagaropulos, Topper
Didier, Jody Roberson, Dudley Smith, Billy Price, Coach Luke Palumbo. Kneeling: Les Rinehart, John Hatgi, Andrew Bleakley, Nick
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1. Arnold Manning
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Manning. (inset, Tommy Hughes)






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Won Lost Pct.
Cristobal High ------ 5 1 .834
Balboa High ...- -- -.. .. ...... ...... 3 3 .500
Junior College 1 5 .166


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ter, George Bennett, Don McLaughlin, Roy Wilson, John Anderson, Gilbert Smith, Robert Salter.


The C-Club of Cristobal is to athletes
what the Honor Society is to scholars. In
order to become a member of the club
you must letter in a Varsity sport and be
voted in by the Club members. The offi-
cers for the year 1951-1952 were Presi-
dent, Paul Whitlock; Vice-President, Ar-
nold Manning, and Secretary-Treasurer,
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The Girls' Varsity Club is an athletic
organization to promote good sportsman-
ship. Girls who make two all star teams
during the year are invited to join the
club. The club has one of the largest
groups it has had in years.

Under the leadership of Jacquie Boyle President,
Ann Thomas Vice-President, Mary Hannigan Sec-
retary, Nancy Ramsey Treasurer, and a triumvi-
rate of sponsors Keenan, Kariger, and Fielder, the
club has accomplished much this year. The mem-
bers include Joanne Reccia, Dora Weich, Leneve
Dough, Nellie Holgerson, Nancy Kariger, Margaret
Ridge, Lois Scheidegg, Arlene Lim, Mildred Mar-
quard, Jeannette McKeown, Julieta Lewis, Nidia
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Left to right, front row: Lois Scheidegg,
Judy Ramirez, Vilma Rodriguez, Jean
McDaniel, Amelia Bernardez. Left to
a- right, back row: Nellie Holgerson, Shei!a
McNamee, Mary Ann Hannigan Cap-
S tain, Louise Edmonson, Carmen Ducruet.


7eam to. 5
Won 5 Lost 2

Left to right, front row: Jeannette McKeown,
Ardis Willoughby Captain, Kathryn Argo.
Left to right, back row: Virginia Kam, Mar-
tha Graham, Dora Weich, Helene de Boyrie,
Carol Nrhord .


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Left to right, front row: Sylvia Dinkgreve,
Betty Flenniken, Leneve Dough Captain,
Joanne Parsons. Left to right, back row:
Mercedes Peterson, Diane McLaren, Barbara
Hickey, Diane Scheidegg, Jacquie Boyle.


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Left to right: Nidia Oliver, Elsa Fernandez,
Elaine Sievers, Jean Shank, Ann Thomas,
Joan Holgerson, Barbara Egolf, Pat Roddy,
Margaret Ridge, Gwen Kariger, Ann Stapler.
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Left to right, front row: Jeanne Yandle, Yolanda
Penaherrera, Karen Stroop Captain, Harriet
Burke, Elaine O'Hayer. Left to right, back row:
Juliwia Le*t June Roal- Arler.L Lim Nanc,
Ramsey Marcy Rudqg- Au.cra Lm


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Turner, Carol George. Jeanine Nim Capta.n
Berry Tarr, Muriel Morland Margarer Joudre',
Lefr 1I, r.ghi bt.:k r.,. Nancy Sasso, Moarcho
Tagaropuloa. Lydia Sogandareu Shirley Beck.
ham. Vel.;a Bringas. Esther Reynolds Elena Le,


SLeft to right, front row: Pat Shank, Leolia
Bailey, Paula Holgerson, Pam Hawthorne,
Virginia Dignam, Lotty Stevenson. Left to
S right, back row: Maydele Gardner, Betty
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GAME SCORES
Cr;slobal 34 %s Balboa 24
Cri.tobal 72 v'. College 8
Balboa 35 .s Criklobal 25
Cri.tobal 63 s College 9


Left to right, Front row: Nellie Holgerson, Margaret Ridge co capla;n. Jacqvui Boyle. Nancy Karig-r.
Jeannette McKeown. Left to right, back row: Joanne R.cc.o cocaplain Mar, Hann.gan. Joanne
Parsons, Leneve Dough, Karen Stroop. Not pictured: Dora Weich and Arlene L.m


LEAGUE STANDINGS
Won
Criitobal 3
Balboa 3
College 0


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The "B" League was
unable to make head-
way in the 1951 Volley-
ball contests. However,
they played hard and
lost both games by very
small scores. Coaching
the "B" League was
Miss Fielder and cap-
tains were Mildred Mar-
quard and Ann Thomas.


GAME SCORES
Cristobal 23 vs.
Cristobal 22 vs.


Balboa 25
Balboa 23


LEAGUE STANDINGS
Won


Balboa
Cristobal


Lost


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0 2


Left to right, Front row: Carol Newhard, Irma Leignadier, Mildred Marquard, co-captain, Diane
Scheidegg, Ann Thomas, co-captain. Left to right, Back row: Alice Hannigan, Mercedes Peterson, Betty
Smith, Julieta Lewis, Ruby Pabon, Lois Scheidegg. Not pictured: Aurora Lim.


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The "A" League, with the pitching of Irma
SLeignadier and Joanne Reccia, came out with
Sthe Softball Championship by defeating
BHS by the scores of 10-3 and 6-3. Co-

captains were Jacquie Boyle and Irma
S~Leignadier. Coaching the team to victory
was Miss Yvonne Fielder. Manager was Joan
Holgerson.


Pictured left to right, Front row: Jacquie Boyle, Irma
lLeignadier, Dora Welch, Nancy Kariger. Middle row:
SJoanne Reccia, Arlene Lim, Jeannette McKeown, Nancy
Ramsey. Back row: Nellie Holgerson, Leneve Dough,
Mary Hannigan, Margaret Ridge.


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The "Bees,"
with Mildred Mar-
quard pitching,
copped another
Softball cham-
pionship to be un-
defeated for the
third consecutive
year. Mildred
Marquard and
Ann Thomas co-
captained the
team while Miss
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Left to right, Front row: Mildred Marquard Co-Captain, Alice Hannigan, Julieta Lewis, Nidia Oliver, Elsa Fernan-
dez, Aurora Lim, Ann Thomas Co-Captain. Back row: Betty Smith, Diane Scheidegg, Louise Edmonson, Carol
Newhard, Lois Scheidegg.













Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. America, and all the ships at sea. Let's go to
press. This is Crissy Crincholl bringing you the latest headlines and world news
over radio C. H. S.

Broadway small talk-Jean Wong, famous actress now starring in "A
Trolleycar Named Wishful Thinking," has hired as her personal eyebrow
archer, Yolanda Diez, formerly NGM's top make-up artist.-New conductor
of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Francisco Wong, will present at the
Monaco Square Garden, Jose Balquin's acclaimed new opera, "Cativa," star-
ring Blanche Bland, famed coloratura soprano.-Overheard in Noel McGinn's
hot-dog stand at the corner of 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, "That eccentric
playboy, Roy Wilson, has misplaced one of his Cadillacs again."

First reports from the Pan American Olympics held in Panama at the re-
quest of Irma Leignadier, first woman president of the Republic-Don Mc-
Laughlin took first place in the extemporaneous dissertation marathon.-
FLASH-we interrupt this program to bring to you the startling news that Paul
Whitlock, All-American guard at Texas A & M for ten years, has finally
graduated. When asked about his future plans, Paul said he hoped to grow
roses for the Rose Bowl game . Back to the Olympics-Bringing home glory
were Aldo Pileri, who won the 5-mile dash, and Allen Blaney, who copped the
"Throwing the Bull" contest. For the female part in the spectacle, Joanne
Reccia broke the world's knitting record by completing a sock and mitten in
71/2 minutes. Swimming the Panama Canal while reading Carol Coleman's
book, "My Experiences in a Coal Mine" was Frances Geri. Margaret Ridge
won the "In-Between Hurdle" race and tied for second place in the low-diving
event with Mary Ann Hannigan, ping-pong champion of 1961.

Around the U. S. A.-The eminent psychiatrist, Dr. Jeanine Nix (famous
for her invention of the synthetic brain), has been called to examine Freshman
Walter Kuhrt at UCLA at the request of Dean Henry Lawrance, who is con-
cerned as to the location of Kuhrt's cerebrum.-The dance and ballet studios
of Arnold Manning now stand in a heap of ashes. The front steps were
miraculously saved by Boston's new Fire Commissioner Joanne Parsons. Cover-
ing the story in person was Bob Blakely, ace reporter, photographer, editor
and owner of the "Nightly Moon."-Anne Stapler, mortician of Death Valley,
Calif., broke into the headlines when she disembalmed the mummy of Queen






Xytabuny of Egypt.-Fort Leavenworth-At the request of Colonel Terry Mc-
Namee, in charge of modern army supplies for improving military life, the new
automatic 3-cornered garment changer invented by Gay Burgess Whisnant
and Sonia Weich Dietrich will be demonstrated at the home of Jacquie Boyle
Croftinskivitch, mother of eleven.-Boston, Massachusetts-Ardis Willoughby,
author of "Always Ebony," has just finished her new novel, "The Bean and I,"
which artistic Pat Howard illustrated with appropriate caricatures.-San Fran-
cisco-Bob Granberry, lawyer, has consented to be legal counsel for Rita
Howard, winner of the Academy Award for her part in the movie, "The Silent
Singer," which was directed by Ted Englebright, head of "Ye Olde Cinema
Studio."-Louisville, Kentucky-Elena Lee, first woman jockey, won the Ken-
tucky Derby riding "Swayback," owned by Gilbert Smith of E & U Horse Farms.
-Washington, D. C.-Gwen Kariger took over Nancy Ramsey's position as
assistant to the national order of filibusterers. Nancy is now working with
Jeanne Yandle writing campaign jingles for senators and representatives.-
New Orleans, Louisiana-Nidia Oliver, ambassadoress from Panama, and
Pearl Herrera, ambassadoress from Colombia, arrived to visit Margarita
Barcenas, queen of this year's Mardi Gras.-North Carolina-Martha Graham,
Army wife, won the fabulous jackpot on Cliff Hayward's radio program,
"Halt the Opera."

Foreign News-Leneve Dough and Betty Flenniken, well known archeolo-
gists, report progress in their attempts to dig up Cleopatra's toenail. This proj-
ect was attempted some years ago by Nobel Prize winner for his work in
science, John Fahnestock. Panama, Canal Zone-Talmadge Salter just received
word of his appointment placing him in command of all the M. P.'s in the Pana-
ma Area.-Keith Moumblow has just announced that he will go down the Ama-
zon searching for the largest snipes in history. Rumor has it that this hot tip
came from Jungle Jeb Wilkerson.-Nome, Alaska-Helen Edwards and Diane
Dare modeled the newest fashions this season from Nellie Holgerson's "Fash-
ions and Models Supreme" to the Eskimos.-The renowned dancers, Margot
Gomila and Elsa Fernandez, presented their original ballet, starring Jack
Katalinas, brother of the "velvet throat" crooner, Joe Katalinas.

Back to the U. S. A.-At the Army-Navy game last week, leading Navy's
proud cheering section was Karen Stroop, recently voted "the girl with whom
I'd most like to be lost at sea." Making most of the touchdowns for Navy was
anchor-man, Bob Bailey. The spectacular half-time display included the
presentation of West Point's dream girl, Dora Weich and the outstanding
performance of the West Point Band's star cornetist, Salvador Aleguas.

This is Crissy Crincholl wishing you a palm farewell.
















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Joanne Reccia, Ardis Willoughby, Joanne Parsons, Leneve Dough, Jeanine Nix, and Mercedes Peterson. Third Row: David Rubelli,
Jeb Wilkerson, Terry McNamee, Roy Wilson, Don McLaughlin, and Francisco Wong. Not pictured: Bob Granberry and Frances
Geri.


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Jacquie Boyle, Editor


Special mention should also be given to our 50 some advertisers
without whose generous financial help, it would be impossible to publish
this yearbook.

This 1952 Caribbean would indeed be incomplete without sending
out a most sincere "thanks" to Jorge E. Sosa for his incomparable senior,
junior, and Hall of Fame pictures, to Mr. M. K. Bailey and Mr. R. K. Hanna
for their superb snapshots, to David Rubelli and Don McLaughlin, the staff
photographers, along with all other C.H.S.'ers who sent in snaps.

Congratulations are in order for the Becktold Company of St. Louis,
Missouri, for their fine covers, and to the St. Petersburg Printing Company
and the Southern Engraving Company, both of St. Petersburg, Florida.
Also to the faculty and students of Cristobal High School and to all
the many Tiger Boosters, we are very grateful for your help.








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GRADUATES



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CIVIC COUNCIL


Meets First Monday of
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Colon, R. P.
Calle 11 11th and Front
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I sneezed a sneeze into the air, It fell to the ground I knew not
where, But hard and cold were the looks of those
In whose vicinity I snooze.


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PROUDLY SALUTES


CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
Equipped With
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RAWLINGS FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT


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Telephone 421
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Lady: "Can you give me a room and bath?"
Hoter Manager: "I can give you a room but you will have to
take your own both."


Best of Everything to the Class of '52



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CRISTOBAL COUNCIL NO. 1689




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Box 187
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you'd apologize."


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Sports Clothes

Colon Panama


Nina had a little car.
The car was painted red,


Best Wishes to the Class of '52






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The lightning bug is brilliant, but
He flutters through existence with


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Estinal for skin ailments



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And everywhere that Nina went
The cops picked up the dead.


The FRENCH BAZAAR
"The Most Talked-about Gift Store on the
Isthmus!"

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Colon



hasn't any mind,
his headlight on behind


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Martha Graham got on the crowded Gatun bus with Carol New-
hard and said in a loud voice: "I wish that good looking boy
would gve me his seat." and Terry McN., Henry L., Noel McG.,
Johnny A., and Robert L., immediately got up.

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growl?"








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Waiter: "Oh, don't mind him, sir. He's just mad because you're
eating out of his dish."

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to the Class of '52


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Editor Jacquie Boyle

Staff Photographers David Rubelli

Don McLaughlin

Art Editor Karen Stroop

Business Manager .Joanne Parsons



Roy Wilson
Ardis Willoughby
John Wilkerson
Karen Stroop
Joanne Reccia
Nancy Romsey



Mercedes Peterson
Joanne Parsons
Terry AAcNamee
Don McLaughlin
Nellie Holgerson
Barbara Hickey



Mary Ann Hannigan
Bob Cranberry
Frances Geri
Leneve Dough
Yolanda Diez
Francisco Wong



Sponsor: Dorothy Smith




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To Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad, who has wielded his baton
for thirteen long, faithful years over Cristobal High
School's many successful musical productions, we affec-
tionately dedicate this 1952 Caribbean.




7<^ IRoct (^ ^t /tU

MR. PAUL L. BECK

PRINCIPAL




MISS VILMA ROSANIA

SECRETARY





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Miss Jeanne Brown
Librarian, Stephens Coll., B.A., Univ. of
Mo., M.A., Univ. of Mo,



Miss Adomary Anderson
U. S. History, Girls' Counselor,
American Problems, B.A., Fla.
St. Coll., M.A., Univ. of Micfi.





Mr. Merlin B. Davey
Gen. Science, Gen. Moth, Algebro 2,
B.A., St. Olaf Coll., Northfield, Minn.,
M.A., Univ. of Texas, Austin, Texas



Mr. Raymond E. Crimmel

Woodworking, Jr. and Sr, Hi
Scottsbluff Jr. Coll., B.S, in Ed.,
Univ. of Neb Colo. St. Coll.
c-f Ed.



Miss Lorraine Eoxhotj



Mr. Bernard E. Frost
Span. 7, Eng. 7 ond 8, Kent St. Univ.,
Kent, O., B.S. in Ed., A.B. in Ed., M.A.,
Western Res. Univ., Cleveland, O.




Mr. Noel Gibson

Metal Sfiop, Mech. Drawing, Driving
Class Inst., B.S., Bradley Univ., Peoria,




Miss Bess Liter
Eng. 1 1, 12, Randolph Macon
Women's Coll., B. A., Univ. W.
Vo., M.A., Univ. W. Vo., Can-
didate for Ph.D. at N.Y. Univ.




Mr. Poul Moser {Coach}
Gym, Health, East Strouds-
burg St. Teachers' Coll., Pa.,
B.S., Bucknell Univ., Lew^is-
burg. Pa.



Miss Sophie McLlmans

Household Arts, Cafeteria, B.S., Univ. of Wyoming,
Univ. of Calif.



Miss VevG Sosse
Business Training, Shorthand,
Typing, S.A., Acct., A.B., Ne-
braska St. Teachers' Coll.,
Graduate v^ork at Colo. St.
Coll, of Ed., Greeley, Colo.



Mr. Carl Serger
English, Journalism,
A.B., Colo. St. Coll. of
Ed., Greeley, Colo.





Mr. James E. Stearns
Spanish, History, B.S. of Ed., Univ.
of Flo., M.A., Univ. of Flo.



Mrs. Dorothy Smith

Journalism, English 10, A.B., Ohio
Northern Univ., M.A., Denver Univ.,
Further study in Columbia Univ.,
New York





Miss Rebecca Schweitzer
Social Studies 8, House-
hold Arts 8 & 9, B.A.,
Son Jose State Coll.,
San Jose, Calif.



Mr. Charles Wallace

Spanish 9, n, Latin 10, French 9, B.A.,

Daniel Bok-[ Coll Brownswood, Texas





Miss Mae Wold
Arithmetic 7 & 8, B.A., Valley
City St. Teachers' Coll., Valley
City, N. D.



Mr. Reynold A. Vann
B.S., Bethony College,
Lindsborg, Kan., M.Ed,
Univ. of Colo., Chemis
try. Physics, & Math.



Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen
Coll. of St. Scholastico, Duluth,
Minn., B.A., Jr. High Eng., Social
Studies, E. W. Hist.




CLASS HISTORY




when the new Freshmen were embarking on their
things to which they hod to become odjusted and
another, the independence that each class had to
extra curriculars.

Monica Norwood, a somewhat new student
since she had just arrived in C. H. S. the year
before, was their first class president and was
assisted by John Fahnestock as vice-president,
Karen Saum as diligent secretary and Dorothy
Ellis as keeper of the funds. Because of their
inexperience, the Froshes were the losers in the
Annual Brawl despite Miss Adamary Ander-
son's guiding hand.

The Sophomore year brought for the class-
men a splendid victory in the Brawl, and also
Mr. Buel Robinson, a new faculty member, as
their sponsor. The power behind the Sopho-
mores in their vastly increased labors was
Dorothy Ellis as president, Margarita Barcenas
as vice-president, Ardis Willoughby as secre-
tary, and Nancy Ramsey as Treasurer.

Having reached the status of upperclassmen
the Junior Class was now preparing for the
time when they too would be Seniors, for they
hod to order their class rings and sponsor the
Annual Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom, to
which they were the hosts. Miss Bess Liter had
more than she could handle so she had to call
upon Dick Sassara as president for aid and he
in turn had to call on Noel McGinn, Francisco
Wong, and Nellie Holgerson to help him out.
Dick left at half-term, however, and Noel had
to relieve him of the duties.



'HE story of the Senior Class begins in 1948
High School journey. There were many new
one was the Freshman-Sophomore Brawl and
take in sponsoring parties, dances and other

The Senior year brought a relief that this
year would be the last so it had to be a good
one. Jacquie Boyle as president got the first
half to a good start when she and her helpers:
Don McLaughlin, Elena Lee, and Martha
Graham came across with a very well enjoyed
Senior Dance. During the last half of the year,
plans were being formulated for Senior Week,
only tentatively of course, and preparations
were being made for Commencement and Bac-
calaureate, and finally college, homelife, and
occupations.

Thus four of the Best Years of Their Lives
passed when they walked through the portals
of the Auditorium for the last time to receive
that v/ell-earned diploma.

That's how the Seniors left C.H.S. with
thoughts of near and dear friends, and school
days and good times, and well-meaning teach-
ers, and lots of homework, and Monday morn-
ing, and Friday at 2:59, and the pretty gals,
and the handsome guys, and sports, and plays,
and the "Trade Wind," and "A" honor rolls.
All these things will be called to memory when
the graduate looks at his diploma no matter if
it be now or ten years hence.

He will always remember C.H.S. and the
Gold and Blue of Fifty-two.



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SENIORS



JACQUELINE MARIE BOYLE

President

"Jocquie"

Wilkes-Barre, Penn.

Februory 5, 1934
"In goodness there ore oil kinds of wisdom."
Class President 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
"Jenny Kissed Me" 2 ; "Mother Is a Freshman"
3; "Night of Januar\- 16th" 4; Thespians 3, 4,
Vice-Prcs. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres.
4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4, All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3;
Girls' Sports Award 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 1, 2,

3, 4; Sec.Treas. TZW 2; Jr. Rifle Club 1; Pep
Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Queen's Court 4
Orchestra 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4
Jr.Sr. Banquet 3; Homecoming Dance 1, 2, 3, 4
Class Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Frosh Soph Brawl
Coach 3 ; Graduation Dance 3 ; Baccalaureate and
Graduation 3; Quill and Scroll 4 ; S. A. Represen
tativc 1, 3; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff

4, Co-Editor; R.O.T.C. Battalion Sponsor 4;
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4.






DON McLaughlin

Vice-President

"Mock"

Point Pleasant Beoch, N. J.
October 1, 1934
"I speak truth, not so much as I
would, but OS much ai I dare; and
I dare a little the more, as I grow
older."
, Vice-President 4; "C" Club 3, 4; Track
1. 2. 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot-
ball 1. 2, 3. 4; Varsity 1, 2. 3, 4;
Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2,
3, 4; Varsity 3; Water Polo 1, 2:
Thespians 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3; Science
Club 3, 4; "21" Club 4; Student
Council 1, 2; Glee Club 2. 3; Band
1, 2, 3; Projector Operator 3. 4;
Tradewind Staff 4 ; Caribbean Staff 4 ;
Committees 1, 2. 3, 4; Cards and An
nouncemcnts 4; Class Rings 3; Senior Assembly, Chairman 4; Jr.Sr. Prom 3;
R.O.T.C. 4; Plays, "What a Life," "Arsenic and Old Lace," "Jenny Kissed Me,"
"The Black Flamingo," "Mother Is a Freshman." "The Night of January 16th"



MARTHA ANN GRAHAM

Treasurer

Colon, R. of P.

November 15, 1934
"Gentle of nature, humble of heart.
Forever striving to fulfill her part."

Class Treasurer 4; Dramatic Club 3.
4; "Night of January 16th"; Na
tional Honor Society 4 ; Basketball
1, 2. 3. 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 4; Jr. Rifle
Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Glee Club
;i. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; Torrid
/one Wizards 3. 4; .Athletic Council
3. Treasurer; Dance Committees 1, 2.
4; Class Assemblies 1, 3. 4; Education
Week Assembly 4.




ELENA LEE Secretory

"Pee Wee"

Colon, R. of P.

August 24, 1934
"Easy-going, loved by oil

Great in mind, in stature small."
Class Secretary 4; F.T.A. 4; Camera Club 2, 3;
Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4; Bad-
minton 3; Softball 1; Swimming 4; Jr. Rifle Club
3. 4; Library Assistant 2; Pep Club 4; Dance
Committees 2, 4; Jr.Sr Prom 3; Education
Week Assembly 4.



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ISRAEL DARIO JOSE BALQUIN
"Joe"
Ancon, Canal Zone
December 12, 1932
"He broke no promise, served no
private end.
He gained no title, and he lost no
friend."
Football 1. 2. 3. 4. All Stars 1; Trai k
, 3, 4; Basketball 1, li, 3, 4; Soft
ball 1. 2, 3, 4; Orchestra
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.




SALVADOR ALEGUAS

Colon, Republic of Panama

November 6, 1934

"Man is distinguished from
other creatures by the
faculty of laughter."

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2.
3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4



ROBERT WAYNE BAILEY

"Bugs"

Tulsa, Oklahoma

January 4, 1934
"Whoe'er excels in v^hat we prize.

Appears a hero in our eyes."
S A. Vice President 3; "21" Club I. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club
1,2; Football Varsitv 1, 2. 3, 4; Baseball Varsitv 1, 2, 3, 4
Track Varsit.v 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball Varsitv 1. 2, 3. 4
"C" Club 2, 3, 4; All-Zone 2nd String, Basketball 2
All-Zone Co-Captain, Basketball 3; Graduation Dance 3
Football Dance 2, 3; Sophomore Dance 2; Class Assembly
4; Honor Committee 3; Stage Crew 3.




BLANCHE RUST BLAND

"Rusty"
Phi!ade!phio, Penn.
May 16, 1933
"A quiet lass, with manners in reserve,
A life full of merit may she always deserve."

Science Club 1 ; I.ibrars Assistant 3: Cilee Club 1. 2.



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ROBERT M. BLAKELY
"Bob"
Corbin, Kentucky
August 17, 1934
rimming over with
and quips.
Never a sad word on his
lips."
I .inicra Club 1; "C" Club 4;
All Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C.
I. 2, 3, 4; "21" Club 4; Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3,
4; Jr. Ring Coniniittee 3; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3.




MARIA MARGARITA BARCENAS

"Margie"

Colon, Republic of Panama

November 29, 1934
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness."
Vice President 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3. 4 ; Thespi.tns 3. 4 ; Camera Club

1. 2. 3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club 4; Glee Club

2. 3, 4; Glee Club Secretary 3; "The
filack Flamingo" 3; "Mother Is a
Freshman" 3; Make Up 1, 2, 3. 4;
F.T.A. 4; F.T.A. Assembly 4; Sopho-
more Dance 2 ; Sen'or Dance 4 ; Volley-
ball I. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
^otlball 1, 2, 3. 4; Badminton 2; Pep
Club 2, 3. 4.



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CAROL COLEMAN
Trenton, New Jersey
June 15, 1934
"It is the rare pleasures that espe-
cially delight us."
( .iin.-rj Club 1; Volleyljall 1; Per
Cliili 1, :;, 3; Coniniittecs 3, 4; Jr.
sr PriMii 3; Senior Dance 4.




ELIZABETH LENEVE DOUGH

"Geri"

Wanchese, North Carolina

November 12, 1934

"She dances through life with never a core."

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Voll

All Stars 1. 2, 4; Basketball All Stars 1, 2, 4; Softball All

Stars 3 4; Glee Club 2; Orchestra 1; Quill and Scroll 4

Tradewintl Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; FT.A. 1. 2, 3, 4

"Night of January 16th"; JuniorScnior Pioni 3; Cards ani

Announcements 4; Baccalaureate and Cuninienccment 3

Cheerleader 4; Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecomins; n.inc

1. 2, 3, 4; Graduation Dance



DIANA ELAINE DARE
"Dee"
Ontario, California
December 27, 1935
"A winsome smile, laughing
blue eyes.
Mokes this girl above others
rise."
G.AA. 1; Basketball 3, All
Stars 3; Baseball 3; Volley
ball 4 ; Pep Club 1 ; Glee Club
1; Athletic Council 3; Jr. Sr
Prom 3 ; Opening Day Dance
4; Sr. Assembly 4; Varsity
Dance 3.



YOLANDA DIEZ
"Yo Yo"

Panama, R. of P.
May 11, 1935
"From the top of her head
to the tip of her toes.
Her example of neatness and
loveliness grows."
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3, President 4; Thes-
pians 2, 3. 4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 3 ; National Honor Society
3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3;
Swimming 1, 2; Volleyball 2;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 3; Junior
"Kifle Ciub 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 3, 4; Museum Assistant 1; Home Room Rep. 1;
Glee Club 2; Orchestra 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Junior and Senior Banquet and Piom 3; Class
Assemblies 1. 2. 3, 4 ; "Arsenic and Old Lace" 2 ; "The Black
Flamingo" 3; "The Night of January 16th" 4.



ALLEN BLANEY

Ancon, C. Z.

September 29, 1934

"Our virtues ore most frequently but vices

disguised."



SONIA WEICH DIETRICH

"Chick"

Panama, Rep. of Panama

February 2, 1932
"Marriages ore mode in heaven.
Niflball All Stars 2; Basketball 1. 2;
Volleyball 1. 2; Softball 1, 2; Pep
Club 1,2; Glee Club 1, 2.




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ROBERT CRANBERRY
Chicogo, III.
June 24, 1934
"Alive, olert in school days post.
He'll be successful to the lost."
S.A. Treasurer 4; Drani.itic Club 1, li.
3. 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 ;
Track 2, 3, 4; "21" Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Glee Club 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4;
Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Committees ], 2.
3. 4,




THEODORE ENGLEBRIGHT

"Teddy"

Ancon, C. Z.

January 11, 1934

"When a man succeeds he
does it in spite of every-
body, and not with the
assistance of everybody."

Football, Varsity 3, 4; Foot
ball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Basket
ball 1, 2, 3.



JOHN M. FAHNESTOCK

"Johnny"

Colon, R. of P.

January 4, 1935
"A kind and steadfast mind has he
He takes his problems seriously."
Class \'icc Presiiient 1; Camera Club 1, 2; Footliall 1. 2, 3;
Softball 1, 2, 3: "21" Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Junior Rifle Club
1. 2, 3, 4. President 2, 4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1;
Glee Club 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A.
Representative 2; Hall Duty 1, 4; Dance Committees
1. 2, 3, 4; Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A. Treasurer 3; Debate
Club 3; Athletic Council 3; Director of Citizenship 4.




EISA FERNANDEZ
"Elsie"
Panama, R. of P.
October 7, 1934
"A faithful friend is a strong defense: and he

that hath found such a one hath found a treasure."
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 :
Badminton 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 1; Dance
Committee 3. 4; FT A 4



BETTY MARIE FLENNIKEN
New Orleans, Louisiana
December 8, 1933
"She shows us how divine a
thing
A woman may be made."
Dramatic Club 1. 2 ; Camera
Club 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 4
Basketball 1. 2; Softball 1, 2
Pep Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2
()peninc Da\' Dance 4.




FRANCES GERI

"Francoise"

Colon, R. of P.

July 8, 1934
"Like sunshine and
stream
Her eyes emit a joyful beam."
S-.A. Representative 1 ; Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2, 3. 4;
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4;
Volleyball 2, 3. 4; Badminton 2, 3;
Swimming 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 3. 4;
Glee Club 1. 2, 3 ; Tradewind Staff 4 ;
Caribbean Staff 4; Hall Duty 2, 3, 4;
Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3; Sopho
more Assembly 2 ; Junior Assembly 3 :
Thanksgiving Assembly 3; Junior
Senior Prom and Banquet 3 : Senior
Assembly 4; Senior Dance 4; Make-
Up Committee 2. 3, 4 ; Announcements
and Cards 4 ; Baccalaureate 3 ; Com-
mencement 3 ; Driving 3.



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CLIFTON HAYWARD
"Cliff"

Brockton, Moss.
January 9, 1934

"Always there to lend a hand
Where the situation may
demand."
Football 4; Junior Rifle Club
3, 4; Stage Crew 3, 4 ;
of January 1 6th"



Night




NELLIE FREDERICKA HOLGERSON
San Andres, Colombia
February 16, 1934
"Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom."
('lass Trcas. 3; Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3. 4: "Mother Is a
Freshman"; Thespians 3, 4, Secv. Treas. 4; Natl. Honor So-
ciety 3. 4, Secy. 4; Volleyball All Stars 1. 2, 3, 4; Basltetball
All-Stars 1. 2. S. 4; Softball All Stars 1,2, 3, 4; Badminton
3- Camera Club 1,2: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 2; Orchestra
1, 2, 3: Band 2. 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Ath. Council 4; Dance
Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Assemblies 1. 2, 3, 4;
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prcs. 4; Tradcwind Staff 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Cards and Announcements 4.



PATRICIA RUTH HOWARD

"Pat"

Colon, R. of P.

August 10, 1934
"It is o great ability to be able to

conceal one's ability."
> A .Alternate 4 ; Dramatic Club
Treasurer 4; Camera Club 1, 3, 4;
Athletic Council 4; Pep Club 1, 2.
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Driving 4;
.hinior Assembly 3.




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IRMA GABRIELA LEIGNAOIER
"Muffie"
Colon, Rep. of Panama
November 12, 1934
slepf and dreamed that life was
beauty,

awoke and found that life was
duty."
Camera Club 1, J, 3. 4; Varsity Club
3. 4; Softball 1, 2. 3, 4. All-Star's 1, 2
3. 4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3. 4, All-Stars 4
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4. All-Stars 2, 3, 4
lunior Rifle Club 4; Pep Club 3. 4
Glee Club 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Band 1
-National Art Honor Society 3. 4
Badminton 2 ; Junior-Senior Prom 3
Homccomine Dances 2, 3, 4; Clas'
\-'Seiublies 1,2; Class Dances 1. 2. 3




GWENDOLYN B. KARIGER

"Gwen"

Norfolk, Virginia

January 1, 1934

"She doeth little kindnesses

Which most leave undone

or despise."

Dramatic Club 4; Camera Club

1; Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4; Base

ball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1. 2,

3; Badminton 3; Pep Club

1. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4,



JOSEPH KATALINAS

"Joe"

Washington, D. C.

January 13, 1934
"Silence is deep as Eternity; speech is shallow as time.'




JOHN A. KATALINAS
"Jack"
Washington, D. C.
January 24, 1935
"A cheerful smile, a pleasant word.
Mirth over sadness, he preferred."
Basketball 1. 2; Football 1, 2. 3; Football, Varsity
Basketball, Varsity 4 : Senior Dance 4 ; Committees 1



WALTER H. KUHRT
"Walt"
Colon, R. of P.
June 26, 1934
pleasant manner, fair to
see,
e is what every boy should
be."

Representative 3; "C"
b 3, 4; Football, Varsitv

2, 3, 4; Baseball, Varsitv

3. 4; Basketball. J. V. 3. 4;
ick 1. 2; Junior Rifle Club
Junior Assembly 3; Senior
embly 4; Dance Commit
5 2, 3, 4.




HENRY LAWRANCE
New York, N. Y.
October 28, 1933

"His hopes are high as his legs ore
long.
Why worry about trouble, he's
singing a song."



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ISAAC MALCA
Colon, R. of P.
December 29, 1935
"Silence is more eloquent than

words!"
Camera Club 2; Softball 1. 2; 21'
Club L', 3, 4; Junior Rifle Club 2, 3.
4 : Band 3. 4 ; Sophomore Assembly 2.



ARNOLD MANNING
"Monky"
Colon, Rep. of P.
January 3, 1933



always



the




KEITH C. MOUMBLOW

"Mumps"

Colon, R. of P.

August 28, 1933

"A good acquaintance and a better friend

Of thoughtfulness and joy, the perfect blend."
S.A. Alternate 4; Camera Club 2. 3; Sports 1, 2, 3; Iiitr.i
murals 1, 2. 3 ; Plays 3. 4 ; Thespians 4; Science Club 2, 3. 4
"21' Club 2, 3: Junior Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 3
Torrid Zone Wizards 2. 3. 4.

NOEL F. McGinn

"Reds"

Colon, R. of P.

December 28, 1934

"He is all that's good

great.

He is the ruler of his fate."
Dramatic Club; Thespians 2 4 ;
National Honor Society 4
Camera Club 2, 3; Footb,
Softball. Basketball, Track 1.
2, 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2.
3; "21" Club 1-3; Junior Rifl,
Club 1 ; S.A. Presiilcnt 4; S.A
Representative 1 ; Glee Club 2 ;
Orchestra, Band 14; Qui
Scroll 3, President ; Tradewin.
Staff 3; Caribbean Staff 3
rtance Committees, Assemblies
Debate Club 3, President
Class Vice-President 3; Pla\
1-4.



"The gods
strong."

C" Club 2, 3, 4; "B" Leasue
All-Stars ; Football 1 ; Track 1 ;
Basketball 1; Varsity Team;
Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2,
3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Second
Team All Canal Zone Basket-
ball 2 ; All Canal Zone First
Team Basketball 3; Basketball
3; Football 4; Football Most
Valuable Plavcr 3.



JEANINE NIX
"Nina"

Austin, Texas

July 29, 1934
"Her laughter and giggles are heard all day

For she believes in the smiling way."
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3; Volleyball 1,
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 3; Pep Club 1
Glee Club 2; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Co. Sponsor 4; Football Queen 4; Museum Aid 2
Show 2; Junior-Senior Prom 3; Education Week Assembly
3, 4; Christmas Dance 4; R-O.T.C. Dance 4; Freshman
Dancing Class Aid 1



2. 3, 4;

2. 3. 4;
R.O.T.C.

Fashion



TERENCE R. McNAMEE

"Terry"

Reading, Penn.

November 5, 1934
"His is a world devoid of care,

Life to him is but a dare."
Dramatic Club 3, 4; Junior Rifle
Club 1, 2; Tradewind Staff 4; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Hall Duty 1; Football
1. 2; Class Assemblies 1. 3, 4; Na
tional Education Week Assembly 4 ;
"What A Life" 1 ; "Arsenic and Old
Lace" 2: "The Black Flamingo" 3;
"Night of January 16th" 4; R^O.T.C.
N.C.O. 3. 4; Battalion Staff 4; Dr
Team 4; Usher Squad 4.




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JOANNE THERESA RECCIA
"Mamma"
New York, New York
March 24, 1935
"She is prelty to walk with
Witty to talk with
And pleasant too, to think on."
Dramatic Cluh li, 3; Varsity Clul>
J, 3. 4; Secretary-Treasurer 3; Vol
ball All-Stars 1,' 2, 3, 4; Baskclhiill
All-Stars 1, 2, 3. 4; Softball All Slar-
1. 2. 3. 4; Badminton Champion 2, 3;
hinior Rifle Club 1. 2, 3; Library-
Assistant 1 ; Student Council 2 ; Pe|j
Club 1, 2; S.A. Rei>rescntative 1;
Tradewlnd Staff 4 ; Caribbean Staff 4 ;
Baccalaureate 3; Graduation 3; Class
Assemblies 1. 2. 3, 4: Dances 1, 2, 3.
4; Honor Committees 3, 4; Cheer
ider 3. 4; Plavs 3. 4,




NIDIA MARIE OLIVER C.
"Sukie"
Colon, R. of P.
September 3, 1933
"Her unexpected conversa-
tion was marked by its
happy abundance."
Varsitv Club 3, 4; Basketb,
All-Stars 3; Softball All-Stars
3; Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2. 3. 4;
S.A. Alternate 1; Dance Com
niittees 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Na
tional Education Week Assem-
bly 4.




ALDO PILER
Colon, R. of P.
February 29, 1932
"A quiet lad, with manners in reserve

A life full of merit, may he always deserve."
L'l" Cluh 1. L'



NNE SEAVEY PARSONS

"Jo"

New London, Connecticut

September 18, 1934
ireless worker, the whole day long;

life's in tune like a joyful song."
iiatic Club 4. Secretary 4; Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4, All-
^ 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Softball 1. 2. 3, 4;
uuiiiK 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Quill

Scroll 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;

tic Council 4, Treasurer 4; Class Dance 4; Education
.'Assembly 4; Make-llji 4.

NANCY ANN RAMSEY
"Nan"

Forest Lake, Minnesota

April 15, 1934

"Her dislikes for people and

things are few.
Do you wonder why friends

to her are true?"
Varsitv Club 2, 3. 4; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3. 4, All Stars 2;
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4. All Stars
1. 3; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, All
Stars 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1. 2.
3; Orchestra 1, 2. 3; Band
1. 2, 3; Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Sophomore
Dance 2; Junior-Senior Prom
3; Varsity Dance 2, 3, 4;
Cheerleader 3. 4; Queen's
Court 4; ".\isht of Januar\'
Ilith" 4.




MARGARET ROSE RIDGE

"Mudd"

Gorgas Hospital, Ancon,

August 27, 1934
"And her smile like sunshine

Darts into many a sunless heart."
ni.miatic Club 4; Varsitv Club 3. 4;
Vollcvball 1, 2. 3, 4, All-Stars 1, 2, 3.
4: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 1.

2. 3. 4; Softball 1. 2, 3, 4, All-Stars
.', 3. 4; G.A.A. 2; Glee Club 2;

Make-Up 1. 2. 3, 4; Varsity Dance

3. 4; Football Dance 1, 2; Junior
Si'iiioi- Prom 3.



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TALMADGE SALTER

"Salt"
Mt. Vernon, Georgia
September 7, 1934
"He that is master of himself will

soon be master of others."
\arsity Football L', 3. 4 ; Varsity
Basketball 4; Junioi Varsity 1, 2, 3;
Varsity Baseball 2, 3. 4; Varsity
Track's. 4; Orchestra 2, 'i, A; Band
1. 2, 3, 4; S.A. Representatives 1, 3.
4; Battalion Coniiiiander 4; National
Education Assembly 3, 4 ; Class Assem-
blies 1 2, 3, 4 ; Dance Committees
1, 2; Junior-Senior Prom and Ban-
quet 3 ; Senior Dance 4 ; R.O.T.C.
Dance 3. 4; Football Court 4; Open

ing Assctnblv 4.






DORA MARIE WEIGH

"Dee"

Colon, R. of P.

April 7, 1934

"A girl with beauties very rare

Bewitching eyes and raven hair."

Camera Club 2; Varsitv Club 2, 3. 4; Vollevball All-Stars

1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball All Stars 1. 2. 3; Softball All Star-

2, 3; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball
1. 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1; Pep Club 3; Orchestra 1;
Band 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Dance 2; Junior-Senior Prom 3;
Homecoming Dance 2, 3. 4; Thankscivins Play 2 ; Senior
Assembly 4; Queen's Court 4.



ANNE CAROLYN STAPLER

"Rusty"
Ancon, C. Z.
October 20, 1933
"Humor is the electric atmos-
phere; wit is the flash."
Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3, 4.
President 1; Volleyball 1. 2, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 4; Spanish
Club 2. 3; Chemistry Club 3;
Library Assistant 2 ; Pep Club
3, 4 ; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2 ;
Senior Dance 4; "Toby Helps
Out" 1 ; "Nit;ht of januarv
16th" 4.



GILBERT M. SMITH
"Gil"

Neptune City, N. J.
August 25, 1934
"From quiet, unexpected
sources
Often spring the world's
great forces."
C" Club 3, 4; Baseball. Var-
sitv 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball. Var-
sity 1, 2, 3. 4; Football, Var-
sity 1 2 ; Swimming 1 ; Glee
Club 1 2. 3



PAUL WHITLOCK

"Pablo"
Panama, R. of P.
August 6, 1934
"A lot of masculinity
Adored by femininity."
C" Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4;_SoftbaIl
Track 3. 4; Football 1.
Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 4; Band 1



1. 2, 3, 4;



KAREN PATRICIA STROOP

"Stroopy"

Colon, R. of P.

November 18, 1934
"Being young is something that im-
proves doily!"
Vullevball 1. 2. 3. 4. All-Stars 4;
Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; Softball 1. 2.
3. 4; Badminton 2; Swimming 4;
S.A. Representative 2; Pep Club 3, 4.
Chairman 4; Glee Club 1. 2; Trade-
wind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4; An
nuuncements and Cards 4; Dance
Committees 2. 3, 4; Class Assemblies
1, 2, 3. 4; Education Week Assembly
3 ; Cheerleader Alternate 4 ; Jamboree
(Jueen 4; Visitation Day 4; Junior
Senior Prom ami Bampiel 3 ; Bai-
lalaureate 3 ; Com m en c e m en t 3 ;
"Jenny Kissed Me" 2 : "Meet Corliss
Archer" 4.




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JOHN WILKERSON

"Jeb"

Salt Lake City, Utah
October 25, 1933
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."

DraiiKitic riuh L', 3, 4, President 3, Vice President 4; Tlies
pians 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; "21" Club 3, 4. Vice-President 4;
S.A. Representative 4; Tradewind Staff 3, 4; Caribbean
Staff 3, 4; Class Assemblies 1. 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 3, 4;
Athletic Council 3, Vice President 3; Talent Nicht 1, 2;
Debate Club 3. 4; Class Dances 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Stai,'e
Crew 2. 3. 4 ; Stage Manager 4; "Jenny Kissed Me," "Arsenic
and Old Lace." "Black Flamingo," "Mother Is a Freshman,"
"Night of .January llJth"; .lunior-Scnior Prom 3.




ARDIS MARIE WILLOUGHBY

"Ardie"

Scottsbluff, Nebraska

June 5, 1934
"Kind and sweet in all her ways.

She'll be happy the rest of her days."
Class Secretary 2; Camera Club 1, 2; Volleyball 1. 2, 4;
Badminton 3; Science Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Junior
Rifle Club 2, 3; Library Assistant 2. 3; Glee Club 1; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 3. 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
F.T.A. 4; Class Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Assembly
4; Education Week Assembly 4; Visitation Day 4; Play
Usherette 3; Football Court 4; Swimming 4; Baccalaureate
3 : Commencement 3.





JEAN WONG

Colon, Rep. of Panama
Februory 2, 1934

"Sincere and always kind
A nicer girl 'tis hard to find."

Volleyball 3; FT.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4.



ROY WILSON

"Moose"

Balboa, C. Z.

April 30, 1934
"He'll be successful in any land.

For he holds his future well in hand."
"C" Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2,
3, 4; Varsity Track 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Tradewind Staff
4; Caribbean Staff 4; R.O.T.C. 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera
Club 1, 2. 3; Cards and Announcements 4; Education Week
Assembly 4; Opening Day Assembly 4; Frosh-Soph. Brawl
Coach 4; Glee Club 1, 2.



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FRANCISCO WONG

"Frisco"

Colon, R. of P.

May 16, 1935
"The world was token in his stride;
Nor turned he bock for time nor tide."

Secretary ot Junior Class 3 ; Dramatic Club 2 ; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Camera Club 2, 3; "C" Club 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2. 3. 4. All-Stars 3, 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4.
President 4; "21" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. 3. President
4; Junior Rifle Club 2, 3; S.A. Representative 3; S.A.
Secretary 4; Glee Club 2; Band 1. 3, 4; Orchestra 1. 3, 4;
Hall Duty 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Coni-
inittees 3, 4; Junior Senior Prom 3.



GAY BURGESS WHISNANT
Ellsworth, Maine
March 1, 1934

"Grave authors soy and witty poets sing
That wedlock is a glorious thing."





HELEN VIRGINIA EDWARDS
"Moonbeam"
Hopewell, Virginia
February U, 1934



JEANNE ELIZABETH YANDLE
"Jeannie"
Detroit, Michigan
November 17, 1934

"If to her share some female errors fall.
Look on her foce, and you'll forget them."

Dramatic Club 4; Softball 3; Busketb;ill 3; Volleyball 4;
Switnniint; 4; Pep Club 4; Glee CIul) I. 2. 3; Senior Dance
1, 2. 4; Cards and Announcements 4.



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N



W



ALEGUAS, SALVADOR leaves his trumpet in the capable hands of Mr. Jorstad.
BAILEY, ROBERT leaves his anthology to Nancy Kariger.

BALQUIN, JOSE leaves his fiddling techniques to Nessim Chitrit.
BARCENAS, MARGARITA leaves her ability to get to school on time (8:30i to Nancy Sasso.

BLAKELY, ROBERT-his love troubles to Bobby Salter.
BLAND, BLANCHE leaves Miss Anderson's U. S. History Classes to all Juniors.

BLANEY, ALLEN his motor-bike to any unsuspecting Junior.
BOYLE, JACQUIE leaves her fingers that are in every pie to Harriet Burke.

COLEMAN, CAROL leaves for greener pastures.
DARE, DIANE leaves her hair (?i cut to Lotty Stevenson.

DIEZ, YOLANDA leaves her driving ability (?) to anyone vi'ith nine lives to spare.
DOUGH, LENEVE-wills her "spiking" ability to the R. O. of I.

EDWARDS, HELEN her swimming ability to Betty Tarr.
ENGLEBRIGHT, TEDDY-his dabbling in metal shop to Dick Tattleman.

FAHNESTOCK, JOHN-leaves his R.O.T.C. company to Victor Fisher.
FERNANDEZ, ELSA leaves her pov^'der compact to any Junior girl in need.

FLENNIKEN, BETTY-wills her "lazy-lookers" to Pat Kelley.
GERI, FRANCES leaves her clothes to Mercedes Peterson.

GOMILA, MARGOT wills her classy mambo to Jilma Lara.
GRAHAM, MARTHA-Her Swedish accent to Dale Roberson.

CRANBERRY, ROBERT-leaves nothing.
HANNIGAN, MARY-leaves the All-Stars to Shiela McNomee.

HAYWARD, CLIFTON leaves the portable sander in the woodshop to Gil Ferro.
HERRERA, PEARL will her typewriter to Blonquita McNatt.

HOLGERSON, NELLIE leaves her valuable place in the Music Department to her sister, Joan.
HOWARD, PATRICIA leaves her shifting of gears to Louise Edmundson.

HOWARD, RITA leaves her soprano voice to Elaine O'Hayer.
KARIGER, GWENDOLYN leaves her quiet ways to Allen Simmons.

KUHRT, WALTER-leaves his night life to Bob Orvis.
LAWRANCE, HENRY-leaves his good (?) looks to Ebby Stern.

LEE, ELENA leaves part of her brain to lucky Maricha Tagaropulos.
LEIGNADIER, IRMA leaves her privilege to come late to school every day to Eulalio Guardia.

MALCA, ISAAC leaves his be-bop glasses to Leo Constantine.
MANNING, ARNOLD leaves his Balboa popularity to Vernon Bryant.

MC GINN, NOEL leaves his red toupee to Ralph Reccia.
Mc LAUGHLIN, DON leaves his way with the girls l?i to any millionaire.

MC NAMEE, TERENCE leaves his position as supply sergeant to Jody Roberson.
MOUMBLOW, KEITH leaves his car's gas problems to Carleton Hallett.

NIX, JEANINE-leaves C. H. S. with half a heart.
OLIVER, NIDIA leaves her nimble step to Judy Ramirez.

PARSONS, JOANNE leaves all Physics problems to any Junior who wants to suffer,
PILERI, ALDO leaves his height and mustache to Jimmy Scheibeler.

RAMSEY, NANCY leaves journalism class to any person strong enough to stand it.
RECCIA, JOANNE her nickname "Mamma" to whoever wants to be stuck with it.

RIDGE, MARGARET-leoves her Latin 10 notes to Mr. Wallace.
SALTER, TALMADGE leaves his touchdowns to George Bennett.

SMITH, GILBERT leaves unhappily.
STAPLER, ANNE leaves her wit to Barbara Sherry.

STROOP, KAREN leaves her Jamboree crown to Babs Hickey.
WEICH, DORA leaves her raven locks to Vilma Rodriguez.

WEICH (DIETRICH) SONIA-wills her height to Millie Marquard.
WHITLOCK, PAUL-leaves his typing ability to Ginette Wachtel.

WILKERSON, JOHN leaves his ability to ploy character parts to Carl Pinto.
WILLOUGHBY, ARDIS leaves her bottle of peroxide to Lois Scheidegg.

WILSON, ROY leaves a certain gal in Balboa to Less Rinehart to keep an eye on.
WONG, FRANCISCO wills more wind-sprints to the '52 Football squad.

WONG, JEAN leaves her 5' SV7" to Maydelle Gardner.



22



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HALL OF FAME ^
RISTOBAL H ~H SCHOOL




i



NOEL McGinn
JACQUIE BOYLE

23



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'Tftc^ ^c&el(f ta Succeed



ROY WILSON
MARTHA GRAHAM

24




DON McLaughlin

FRANCES GERI



^c^ ^%e^^^



25




'7ft(y


JOHN WILKERSON
YOLANDA DIEZ

26




FRANCISCO WONG
ELENA LEE



'TH^^ StucUau^



27




'7H<^ /itUctCc



ARNOLD MANNING
JOANNE RECCIA



28







TALMADGE SALTER
DORA WEIGH

29



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BOB BAILEY
LENEVE DOUGH



30




KEITH MOUMBLOW
JEANINE NIX

31



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PAUL and FRANCES

Their friendly smiles will carry fhem far



BOB and JOANNE

Mr. and Miss C. H. S II



^all a^ ^amc ^^tcCe^t^tucUe^



ROY and MARY ANN and YOYO




DON and NINA

Aren't they nice to look at?



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PAUL and MARGARET

"Every Tiger a Fighter"
is their motto



JEB and MARGOT

They have dancing feet



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VERNON BRYANT

President



CARL PINTO

Vice-President









i;athryn argo



ANSELMO ARIAS



GEORGE BENNET



TOM BRENNAN




Mm.
ARTHUR BLADES





HARRIET BURKE



JUDITH CHAN



LEO CONSTANTINE




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LESLIE CROFT






BARBARA EGOLF



HENRIETTA FERRI







EULALIA GUARDIA



MAYDELE GARDNER CHARLES GERCHOW



ROBERT GRACE







DARELL GREEN



MARY HALL



CARLETON HALLETT



RALPH HARRIS



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MARGARET JOUDREY NANCY KARIGER MARITA KATALINAS ROBERT UWRANCE






JULIETA LEWIS



ARLENE LIM



MILDRED MARQUARD




LIDIO McKAIL






JEANNETTE McKEOWN MURIEL MORLAND



ROBERT ORVIS



RUBY PABON







RICHARD REED YOLANDA PENAHERRERA JAMES RINEHART



DONALD PONDER




MAX PRETTO






DAVID RUBELL



NANCY SASSO



JAMES SCHEIBELER



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LOIS SCHEIDEGG




CHARLES SMITH





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BARBARA SHERRY









hAkKi SHERRY



EDWARD STERN LETICIA STEVENSON









ALLAN SIMONS




BETTY TARR




RICHARD TATELMAN ALYCE THOMAS



JAMES TORNE



JOHN TORNE






ROLANDO VILLALAZ GINETTE WACHTEL



WILLIAM WETZEL





JAMES WILSON



BILL WRIGHT



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SOPHOMORES

First Row: John Anderson, A. Bernordez, J. Brennan, V. Bringas, D. Brown, T. Cotanzoro, T. Chin, N. Chitrit,
M. Chong

Second Row: D. Cockle, R. Connard, N. Courtwright, L. Cox, R. Cunningham, J. Custer, J. Deloney, E. Didier,
S. Dinkgreve

Third Row: T. Dyer, G. Ferro, M. Fraser, C. George, D. Geyer, A. Honnigon, J. Hctgi, J. Hoyes, A. Hepburn

Fourth Row: B. Hickey, R. Hodges, J. Holgerson, T. Hughes, V. Kom, D. Kissom, D. Lone, A. Loro, J. Lara

Fifth Row; C. Lessord, A. Lim, S. Mann, D. McLaren, S. McNamee, B. McNatt, B. Newhard, E. Penaranda,
M. Peterson

Sixth Row: J. Ramirez, R. Reccia, W. Roberson, J. Robinson, G. Rosobol, E. Rosanio, K. Roscoe, J. Rowley,
B. Sanders

Seventh Row: R. Santos, R. Sasso, E. Scott, I. Servant!, P. Shank, R. Smith, C. Taber, M. Tagaropulos, C.
Thompson

Eighth Rowt N. Tom, E. Ullrich, A. Vondergrift, A. Vila, J. Vowel, E. Walsh, B. Walthers, R. Williams, R. Young



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First Row: J. Albright, R. Aleguas, E. Attia, B. Boccos, L. Bailey, F. Baker, R. Bolquin, A. Bleakley, M. Brossel

Second l^ow: J. Brennan, H. deBoyrie, A. Chambers, M. Chan, A. Col.ins, J. Cookson, G. Cooper, M. Corrigan, D. Craig

Third Row: J. Crowford, V. Dignam, W. Droste, C. Ducret, L. Edmondson, R. Elwell, R. daEstrada, B. Favorite, M. Fernandez

Fourth Row: V. Fisher, A. Fraser, D. George, T. Gibson, D. Gonzales, R. Goodheod, R. Hastings, C. Hardy, G. Harris

Fifth Row: H. Hartz, P. Hawthorn, H. Hayden, P. Holgerson, P. Kelly, J. King, N. Lamis, R. Lees, M. Letchko

Sixth Row: H. Lewis, J. Lowe, V. McBride, B. McCafferty, J. McDanials, J. McKenzie, M. Morriion, C. Newhard, A. Naboa

Seventh Row: E. O'Hayer, J. Pabon, D. Paine, M. Perez, D. Ploia, W. Price, J. Pumpelly, R. Quesada, E. Reynolds

Eighth Row: M. Reyes, D. Roberson, P. Roddy, V. Rodriquez, S. Rosello, M, Rudge, D. Scheidegg, J. Shank, E. Shaw

Ninth Row: E. Seivers, B. Smith, D. Smith, S .Smith, L. Sogandores, W. Stevenson, J. Stroch, D. Tagaropulos

Tenth Row: S. Tobin, C. Turner, M. Valasco



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Left to right: Yolanda Diez, Jacquie Boyle, Noel McGinn, Martha Graham,
Nellie Holgerson, and Francisco Wong.



Tf^^coHoi Rattan. SacCetcf

The highest honor a CHS student may receive is membership in the
Notional Honor Society. To be eligible for election one must have at
least a "B" average and then the other three qualities of character,
leadership, and service are considered.

This year's members include President Jacquie Boyle, Secretary
Nellie Holgerson, Treasurer Martha Graham, Noel McGinn, Yolanda
Diez, and Francisco Wong. Sponsor for this group is Miss Jeanne Brown.




Sponsor
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Under the direction of Mr. O. E. Jorstod,
the CHS Music Department has contributed
much in enlivening the spirit of Cristobal
High.

The very large audience that attended
will long remember the impressive Christmas
Festival and Pageants in which all musical
groups took part.

The Glee Clubs, Band and Orchestra are
hard at work all year long, performing in
assemblies, playing for ball games, and tak-
ing part in other school activities.

The Easter Season is always highlighted
by the beautiful Easter Music Festival.
CHS is proud of its Music Department.



The Students' Association is the most vital
organ of CHS life. It has for its members
practically the entire student body, which
elects its officers and one representative
from each home-room. Heading this organ-
ization this year is Noel McGinn in the Presi-
dent's chair; Nancy Kariger, capable Vice-
President; Francisco Wong, fulfilling the
duties of Secretary; and Bob ("I lost that
voucher") Gronberry as Treasurer. Sitting
in the Adviser's chair is Mr. Reynold Vann,
a newcomer to CHS. Meetings of this organ-
ization are called at the request of the
President.

One of the most important groups in the
S. A. is that which "works behind the scenes," the cabi-
net. The cabinet is composed of Joanne Parsons, the
Athletic Council Treasurer; Bob Bailey, Advertising
Manager; John Fahnestock, Director of Citizenship.

The many activities of the Students' Association
reached a new "high" this year. Besides its usual
activities promoting unity among the student body by
sponsoring extra-curricular activities, this year's S. A.





Secretary, Francisco Wong; Vice-President, Nancy Kariger;
Treasurer, Bob Cranberry



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President
Noel McGinn

sponsored o football game with a stateside team from
Key West, Florida. The venture was successful and
everybody enjoyed it. Local and Pacific Side fans
proved loyal.

Any student who, through the purchase of a mem-
bership ticket, becomes a member of the Students'
Association is entitled to one subscription to the
TRADE WIND, one CARIBBEAN, and admission to all
school dances, plays, and all conference games. The
Student Council also buys all athletic and music
awards. This year the Council started off with a
"Dance-a-Month" theme. It has proven very popular.
The S. A. activities began in September with the
Freshman-Sophomore Brawl and a dance the first
Friday of the school year. All school activities ore
sponsored by the S. A. and all funds for any student
activities must pass through its channels.




S. A. REPRESENTATIVES. Left to Right. Top
row: Eugene Didier, Jock Wilkerson, Tol-
madge Salter, Tom Catonzaro, Don Smith.
Second row: Mary Ann Hannigan, Ann
Thomas, Sheila McNamee, Margaret Joud-
rey, Jim Scheibeler, Jean Shank. Third
row: Officers, Bob Cranberry, Nancy Kar-
iger, Noel McCinn, Francisco Wong.



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The CHS ROTC unit's second year was indeed a pros-
perous one. Commanded by Lt. Col. E. T. Salter, with Major
Noel McGinn as executive officer, and Copt. Jacquie Boyle
as battalion sponsor the battalion was active throughout
the entire year. Some of the highlights of the year were:
the Drill Team performance at the Key West game, the
parade in February for civic groups, participation in An-
nual Field Night, attendance at Spring Camp held at Camp
Empire, and the Annual Awards Ball held at the Officers'
Club at Coco Solo.

Some of the many activities carried on by the ROTC
during the school year included: the usher squad provided
for athletic events, inner company sports, the "Draft Drag"
dance held in October and several rifle teams which com-
peted in various shoots.



Shown Below: Left: Lt, J. M. Nolan, assistant professor of military sciences and
tactics, in cfiorge of tfie Cristobal ROTC Battalion

Rigfit: Color Detail at Football Jamboree, left to rigfit Codet Corl Pinto, Terry
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Jocquie Boyle, Bn. Sponsor, Major Noel McGinn, Executive Officer, Sgt. Gilbert Ferro, Color Sgt. Front row:
M/Sgt. Terry McNamee, Bn. Supply Sgt.



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Commanding Officer, Capt. John M Fahnestock, Jr.; Executive
Officer, 1st Lt. Francisco Wong; Platoon Leaders: 2nd Lt. Charles
Thompson, 2nd Lt. Alexis Vila; First Sargeant, M, Sgt. Robert
Cranberry; Compony Sponsor, Hon. 1st Lt. Nancy Ramsey; Guidon
Bearer, Sgt. John Wiikerson.



Commanding Officer, Capt. Leo Constantine, Co. Executive Offi-
cer, 1st Lt. Carl Pinto, Company Sponsor, 1st Lt. Jeonlne Nix, Pla-
toon leaders, Lt. Robert Solter, 1st Sgt. Skippy Anderson, Guideon
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among the nations of Latin-America. Shown above are the twenty-one mem-
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The Torrid Zone Wizards of Cristo-
bal High School had its beginning in
1942. It was organized by Mr. Carl
Maedl. The Sponsor this year is Mr.
Davey. President Francisco Wong,
Veep Ardis Willoughby and Secretary-
Treasurer Margaret Joudrey make
good officers.

Members in this club are chosen on
the basis of scholarship and active
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The Cristobal Jr. Rifle Club has made this a bang-up year with a
modernized range complete with new fans, mats, and other improve-
ments.

3r the very capable sponsorship of Mr, Noel E. Gibson, the
signed up 73 members, 27 of which are girls. Such Distin-
Riflemen as James Scheibeler, John Hatgi, John Fohnestock,
Constantine are back on the team from last year.

ided in 1947, the club is reaching new heights. The team

first place in the Shoulder to Shoulder Sectional Match last

the III Army Area Hearst Trophy Shoot, and tied the Balboa

second place in the Gallery League and defeated them in the

for second place.

Starting the 1951-52 Gallery Season, the Jrs. have de-
feated all teams to win the first half honors and hove
defeated Albrook-Curundu to tie for the all-time Canal
Zone Record.

Officers for this year are John Fohnestock, President;
Yolondo Diez, Vice-President; Maydele Gardner, Secretary-
Treasurer, and James Scheibeler, Executive Officer,





Left to right: Front row: Paula Holgerson, Maricha Tagaropulos, Nellie Holgerson, Joyce Cookson, Joan Holgerson, Leneve
Dough. Middle row; Betty Tarr, Ardis Willoughby, Nancy Kariger, Elena Lee, Elso Fernandez, Margaret Ridge, Louise Edmon-
son, Margarita Borcenas. Back row: Gwen Kariger, Jean Wong, Miss Anderson sponsor, Noel McGinn, Virginia Dignom,
Shielo McNamee.

The Caribe Club of the Future Teachers of Amer-
ica has grown by leaps and bounds during the past
year. It now boasts a membership of twenty-five.
Officers of the club ore: Nellie Holgerson, President;
Noel McGinn, Vice-President; Morgoret Ridge, Sec-
retary, and Elena Lee, Treasurer. Sponsor is Miss
Anderson.




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In keeping with its many activities, C.H.S.
is surely proud of its future "Rembrandts."
This year brought into this Society, Eulalia
Guardic and Yolando Penoherrera. The old
members from last year include Irmo Leigna-
dier and Diane McLaren. To be eligible for
the National Art Honor Society, one must
naturally excel in art and fill the necessary
qualifications for the one-man show. Spon-
sor for this group is Miss Lorraine Foxhall.



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A big step on the way to Thespian membership
is the Dramatic Club. This enthusiastic and peppy
group has had a very successful year. The initiation
of new members, an assembly, and other work on
Dramatics have kept members busy.

Officers of the Dramatic Club are Yolando Diez,
President; Jeb Wilkerson, Vice-President; Joanne
Parsons, Secretary, and Pat Howard, Treasurer. Their
new sponsor this year is Miss Rebecca Schweitzer.

"Do well your part, there all the honor lies."
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membership in which is the goal of all ambitious
dramatists. Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary
Jeanne Weisen, CHS Troup 217 has the following of-
ficers: Bob Gronberry, President; Jacquie Boyle, Vice-
President, and Nellie Halgerson, Secretary-Treasurer.
They, along with members: Noel McGinn, Jeb Wilker-
son, Margarita Borcenos, Yolando Diez, Don Mc-
Laughlin, Pat Howard, Carl Pinto, Alexis Vila, and
Keith Moumblow presented "The Night of January
16th" and "Meet Corliss Archer" as well as working
on different projects.




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up of the Student Association
alternates. Their job is to take
care of the gate at all C.H.S.
athletic contests. Sponsor is Mr.
Stearns. Officers ore Nancy
Kariger, President, and Joanne
Parsons, Treasurer.




Back row: Andrew Bleakely, Benny Favorite, Keith Moumblow, Larry Cox, Bob Grace. Middle
row: Nellie Holgerson, Joan Holgerson, Mercedes Peterson, Mr. Stearns, Elaine O'Hoyer, Pat
Howard, Harriet Burke. Front row; Robert Cranberry, Joanne Parsons, Nancy Kariger.



Back: Francisco Wong. Left to Right: Yolando Diez, Joanne
Parsons, Nellie Holgerson, Leneve Dough, Mary Ann Han-
nigan. Front: Jacquie Boyle





Quill and Scroll is the International Honor-
ary Society for High School Journalists. Mem-
bership is selective and each member must be
of good character and must successfully pass
four tests demanded by the International So-
ciety. He must be in the upper third of his high
school class; he must have done distinctive work
in some phase of high school journalism,- he
must be recommended for membership by the
adviser of journalistic work in his high school;
and he must be approved as being worthy of
membership by the Society's executive officer
designated for that duty.

The Society has always taken an active part
in raising the standards in its field and in di-
rectirg the course of h'gh school journalism.

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The 1951-52 Cheerleoder squod above pictured left to right are: Leneve Dough, Joanne Reccio, Nancy
Romsey, Nancy Kariger, Mercedes Peterson, and Jacquie Boyle. This year's alternates were Karen Stroop
and Barbara Hickey. Pictured at the right is the cheerleader mascot, Judy Palumbo.



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COACH PALUMBO

Coach Luke Palumbo, head coach of the Tiger
team, was born in Mahoney Town, Penn., but spent
his younger days in Hubbard, Ohio, where he attend-
ed Hubbard High.

Coach went to Maryville State Teachers' College
and received his B.S. degree.

He had five years of coaching experience at Saint
Joseph, Missouri, and worked at a TNT plant in Meds-
ville, Pennsylvania, for a year before coming to the
Zone in 1942.

COACH MOSER

Paul Moser, the newest man on CHS's coaching
staff, hails from Pottsville, Pennsylvania.

"Mo," as he is called, went to Pottsville High, to
East Stroudsburgh State Teachers' College in Penn-
sylvania, where he received his BS degree and to
Bucknell University in Pennsylvania before coming to
the Zone in 1950.

During the war he spent two and a half years in
the Navy.




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2nd game
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Cristobal High
Balboa High

Junior College

TIGER FOOTBALL ACTION SHOTS

1 A little muddy

2. Now's the time to drive

3. Looks good for a first down

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CRISTOBAL HIGH DOWNS KEY WEST 31 27 IN FIRST STATES-SIDE
BASKETBALL GAME .... KEY WEST WINS FOOTBALL THRILLER 2



Manning sinking a foul
shot during bosketbo
game with Key West
in which the Tigers
were victorious 31-27.
The scene of the first
states-side basketball
game played in the
Canal Zone was at
the Coco Solo gym on
December 6. 1951.




Coach Pal umbo talking
to the team during the
half of the Key West
game. The score at the
.lolf stood 0-0, but the
Key West teom went on to
win the ballgame in the
fourth quarter by the
close score of 2-0.




The Varsity Champions; Back row, standing left to right: Skip Anderson, Talmadge Salter, Leo Constantine, Roy Wilson,
Vernon Bryant, Coach Paul Moser. Kneeling: Bob Salter, Arnold Manning, Bob Bailey, Jack Kotallnas, Gilbert Smith.



FINAL STANDINGS OF INTERSCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE



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Cristobal High 5

Balboa High 4

Junior College 1



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The Junior Varsity Champions: Back row, left to right: Manager Jim Dcyl.- Jam. s Scheibeler, Cookie Togoropulos, Topper
Didier, Jody Roberson, Dudley Smith, Billy Price, Coach Luke Polumbo. Kneeling: Les Rinehart, John Hotgi, Andrew Bleokley, Nick
Lamis, Don Smith.



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THE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS: Standing left to right, Skip Anderson, Bill Price, Bob Solter, Vernon Bryant, Art Blades,
Tom Salter, Bob Bailey, Walter Kuhrt. Kneeling, Richard Sa;so, John Hatgi, Bob Grace, Gil Smith, Les Rinehort, Arnold
Manning, (inset. Tommy Hughes)





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Won Lost Pet.

Cristobal High 5 1 .834

Balboa High 3 3 .500

Junior College ..- 1 5 .166




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Walter Kuhrt, John Hatgi, Don Ponder, Vernon Bryant, Bob Bailey, Tommy Hughes, Paul Whitlock, Arnold Manning, Talmadge Sal
ter, George Bennett, Don McLaughlin, Roy Wilson, John Anderson, Gilbert Smith, Robert Salter.



The C-Club of Cristobal is to athletes
what the Honor Society is to scholars. In
order to become a member of the club
you must letter in a Varsity sport and be
voted in by the Club members. The offi-
cers for the year 1951-1952 were Presi-
dent, Paul Whitlock; Vice-President, Ar-
nold Manning, and Secretary-Treasurer,
Roy Wilson.



The Girls' Varsity Club is an athletic
organization to promote good sportsman-
ship. Girls who moke two all star teams
during the year are invited to join the
club. The club has one of the largest
groups it has had in years.



Under the leadership of Jacquie Boyle President,
Ann Thomas Vice-President, Mary Hannigan Sec-
retary, Nancy Ramsey Treasurer, and a triumvi-
rate of sponsors Keenon, Kariger, and Fielder, the
club has accomplished much this year. The mem-
bers include Joanne Reccia, Dora Weich, Leneve
Dough, Nellie Holgerson, Nancy Kariger, Margaret
Ridge, Lois Scheidegg, Arlene Lim, Mildred Mar-
quard, Jeannette McKeown, Julieta Lewis, Nidio
Oliver, and Alice Honnigan.





Won 6 Lost 1

Left to right, front row: Lois Scheidegg,
Judy Ramirez, Vilmo Rodriguez, Jean
McDaniel, Amelia Bernardez. Left to
right, bacl< row; Nellie Holgerson, Sheila
McNamee, Mary Ann Honnigan Cap-
tain, Louise Edmonson, Carmen Ducruet.



Won 5 Lost 2



Left to right, front row: Jeannette McKeown,
Ardis Willoughby Captain, Kathryn Argo.
Left to right, bacl^ row: Virginia Kam, Mar-
tha Graham, Dora Weich, Helene de Bayrie,
Carol Newhard.




7ertw 1U. 2

Won 5 Lost 2



Left to right, front row: Sylvia Dinkgreve,
Betty Flenniken, Leneve Dough Captain,
Joanne Parsons Left to right, bocl^ row:
Mercedes Peterson, Diane McLaren, Barbara
Hickey, Diane Scheidegg, Jacquie Boyle.




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Left to right: Nidia Oliver, Elsa Fernandez,
Elaine Sievers, Jean Shank, Ann Thomas,
Joan Holgerson, Barbara Egolf, Pat Roddy,
Margaret Ridge, Gwen Kariger, Ann Stapler.
Front: Joanne Reccia Captain.



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Won 3



Lost 4



Left to right: Mary Brossell, Arlene Van-
dergrift, Carlene Taber, Pot Kelley, Gi-
nette Wachtel, Nancy Kariger, Ruby Pa-
bon, Janice Rankin. Front; Mildrer Mar-
quard Captain.




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Won 2 Lost 5



Left to right, front row; Jeanne Yandle, Yolanda
Penaherrera, Karen Stroop Captain, Harriet
Burke, Elaine O'Hayer. Left to right, back row;
julieto Lewis, June Rowley, Arlene Lim, Nancy
Ramsey, Marcy Rudge, Aurora Lim.



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Lost 5



Left to right, front row; Marie Fraser, Chorlene
Turner, Carol George, Jeanine Nix Captain,
Betty Torr, Muriel Morland, Margoret Joudrey.
Left to right, bock row; Nancy Sosso, Maricho
Tagaropulos, Lydio Sogondares, Shirley Beck-
ham, Velvio Bringos, Esther Reynolds, Elena Lee.



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Lost 6



Left to right, front row: Pat Shank, Leolia
Bailey, Paula Holgerson, Pom Hawthorne,
Virginia Dignam, Lotty Stevenson. Left to
right, bock row: Maydele Gardner, Betty
Smith. Captain irma Leignodier.



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The "A" League tied
for the championship
with Balboa High
School in the Interscho-
lastic games in 1951.
"A" League Coach was
Mrs. Lee Kariger and
captains were Joanne
Reccia and Margaret
Ridge.



GAME SCORES
Cristobal 34 vs. Balboa 24
Cristobal 72 vs. College 8
Balboa 35 vs. Cristobal 25
Cristobal 63 vs. College 9



LEAGUE STANDINGS



Left to right. Front row; Nellie Holgerson, Margaret Ridge, co-coptain, Jacquie Boyle, Nancy Kariger,
Jeannette McKeown. Left to right, bock row: Joanne Reccia, co-captoin, Mary Hannigon, Joanne
Parsons, Leneve Dough, Karen Stroop. Not pictured: Dora Weich and Arlene Lim.



Cristobal

Balboa

College



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3 1

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The "B" League was
unable to make head-
way in the 1951 Volley-
ball contests. However,
they played hard and
lost both gomes by very
small scores. Coaching
the "B" League was
Miss Fielder and cap-
tains were Mildred Mar-
quard and Ann Thomas.



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LEAGUE STANDINGS








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It qht. Front row: Carol Newhard, Irma Leignadier, Mildred Morquard, co-captain, Diane
Scheidegg, Ann Thomas, co-captoin. Left to right. Back row: Alice Honnigan, Mercedes Peterson, Betty
Smith, Julieto Lewis, Ruby Pabon, Lois Scheidegg. Not pictured: Aurora Lim.



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SOFTBALL
SWIMMING





The "Bees,"
with Mildred Mar-
quard pitching,
copped another
Softball cham-
pionship to be un-
defeated for the
third consecutive
year. Mildred
Marquord and
Ann Thomas co-
captained the
team while Miss
Fielder coached
the team Joan
Holgerson was
manager.






The "A" League, with the pitching of Irma
Leignadier and Joanne Reccia, came out with
the Softball Championship by defeating
BHS by the scores of 10-3 and 6-3. Co-
captains were Jacquie Boyle and Irma
Leignadier, Coaching the team to victory
was Miss Yvonne Fielder. Manager was Joan
Holgerson.



Pictured left to right, Front row; Jacquie Boyle, Irma
Leignadier, Dora Welch, Nancy Kariger. Middle row:
Joanne Reccia, Arlene Lim, Jeannette McKeown, Nancy
Ramsey. Back row; Nellie Holgerson, Leneve Dough,
Mary Hannigan, Margaret Ridge.



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Left to right. Front row: Mildred Marquord Co-Captoin, Alice Honnigan, Julieta Lewis, Nidia Oliver, Elsa Fernan-
dez, Aurora Lim, Ann Thomas Co-Captain. Bock row: Betty Smith, Diane Scheidegg, Louise Edmonson, Carol
Newhard, Lois Scheidegg.



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Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. America, and all the ships at sea. Let's go to
press. This is Crissy Crincholl bringing you the latest headlines and world news
over radio C. H. S.

Broadway small talk Jean Wong, famous actress now starring in "A
Trolleycar Named Wishful Thinking," has hired as her personal eyebrow
archer, Yolondo Diez, formerly NGM's top make-up artist. New conductor
of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Francisco Wong, will present at the
Monaco Square Garden, Jose Bolquin's acclaimed new opera, "Cotiva," star-
ring Blanche Bland, famed coloratura soprano. Overheard in Noel McGinn's
hot-dog stand at the corner of 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, "That eccentric
playboy, Roy Wilson, has misplaced one of his Cadillacs again."

First reports from the Pan American Olympics held in Panama at the re-
quest of Irmo Leignodier, first woman president of the Republic Don Mc-
Laughlin took first place in the extemporaneous dissertation marathon.
FLASH we interrupt this program to bring to you the startling news that Paul
Whitlock, Ail-American guard at Texas A & M for ten years, has finally
graduated. When asked about his future plans, Paul said he hoped to grow
roses for the Rose Bowl game. . Back to the Olympics Bringing home glory
were Aldo Pileri, who won the 5-mile dash, and Allen Blaney, who copped the
"Throwing the Bull" contest. For the female part in the spectacle, Joanne
Reccia broke the world's knitting record by completing a sock and mitten in
IVt. minutes. Swimming the Panama Canal while reading Carol Coleman's
book, "My Experiences in a Coal Mine" was Frances Geri. Margaret Ridge
won the "In-Between Hurdle" race and tied for second place in the low-diving
event with Mary Ann Hannigan, ping-pong champion of 1 961

Around the U. S. A. The eminent psychiatrist. Dr. Jeanine Nix (famous
for her invention of the synthetic brain I, has been called to examine Freshman
Walter Kuhrt at UCLA at the request of Dean Henry Lowrance, who is con-
cerned as to the location of Kuhrt's cerebrum. The dance and ballet studios
of Arnold Manning now stand in a heap of ashes. The front steps were
miraculously saved by Boston's new Fire Commissioner Joanne Parsons. Cover-
ing the story in person was Bob Blakely, ace reporter, photographer, editor
and owner of the "Nightly Moon." Anne Stapler, mortician of Death Valley,
Calif., broke into the headlines when she disembalmed the mummy of Queen

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Xytabuny of Egypt. Fort Leavenworth At the request of Colonel Terry Mc-
Namee, in charge of modern army supplies for improving military life, the new
automatic 3-cornered garment changer invented by Gay Burgess Whisnant
and Sonio Weich Dietrich will be demonstrated at the home of Jocquie Boyle
Croftinskivitch, mother of eleven. Boston, Massachusetts Ard is Willoughby,
author of "Always Ebony," has just finished her new novel, "The Bean and I,"
which artistic Pat Howard illustrated with appropriate caricatures. San Fran-
ciscoBob Cranberry, lawyer, has consented to be legal counsel for Rita
Howard, winner of the Academy Award for her part in the movie, "The Silent
Singer," which wos directed by Ted Englebright, heod of "Ye Olde Cinema
Studio." Louisville, Kentucky Elena Lee, first woman jockey, won the Ken-
tucky Derby riding "Swayback," owned by Gilbert Smith of E & U Horse Farms.
Washington, D. C Gwen Koriger took over Nancy Ramsey's position as
assistant to the notional order of filibusterers. Nancy is now working with
Jeanne Yandle writing campaign jingles for senators and representatives.
New Orleans, Louisiana Nidia Oliver, ambassodoress from Panama, and
Pearl Herrera, ambassodoress from Colombia, arrived to visit Margarita
Barcenos, queen of this year's Mardi Gras. North Carolina Martha Graham,
Army wife, won the fabulous jackpot on Cliff Hayward's radio program,
"Holt the Opera."

Foreign News Leneve Dough and Betty Flenniken, well known archeolo-
gists, report progress in their attempts to dig up Cleopatra's toenail. This proj-
ect was attempted some years ago by Nobel Prize winner for his work in
science, John Fahnestock. Panama, Canal Zone Talmadge Salter just received
word of his appointment placing him in command of all the M. P.'s in the Pana-
ma Area. Keith Moumblow has just announced that he will go down the Ama-
zon searching for the largest snipes in history. Rumor has it that this hot tip
came from Jungle Jeb Wilkerson. Nome, Alaska Helen Edwards and Diane
Dare modeled the newest fashions this season from Nellie Holgerson's "Fash-
ions and Models Supreme" to the Eskimos. The renowned dancers, Margot
Gomila and Elsa Fernandez, presented their original ballet, starring Jock
Katalinas, brother of the "velvet throat" crooner, Joe Katalinas.

Back to the U. S. A. At the Army-Navy game lost week, leading Navy's
proud cheering section was Karen Stroop, recently voted "the girl with whom
I'd most like to be lost at sea." Making most of the touchdowns for Navy was
anchor-man. Bob Bailey. The spectacular half-time display included the
presentation of West Point's dream girl, Dora Weich and the outstanding
performance of the West Point Band's star cornetist, Salvador Aleguas.

This is Crissy Crincholl wishing you a palm farewell.
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First row: Yolanda Diez, Nellie Holgerson, Jacquie Boyle, Nancy Ramsey, Mary Ann Hannigan, and Karen Stroop Second row:
Joanne Reccia, Ardis Willoughby, Joanne Parsons, Leneve Dough, Jtanine Nix, and Mercedes Peterson. Third Row: David Rubelli,
Jeb Wilkerson, Terry McNamee, Roy Wilson, Don McLaughlin, and Francisco Wong. Not pictured: Bob Cranberry and Frances
Geri.



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Special mention should also be given to our 30 some advertisers
without whose generous financial help, it would be impossible to publish
this yearbook.



Jacquie Boyle, Editor




This 1952 Caribbean would indeed be incomplete without sending
out a most sincere "thanks" to Jorge E. Sosa for his incomparable senior,
junior, and Hall of Fame pictures, to Mr. M. K. Bailey and Mr. R. K. Hanna
for their superb snapshots, to David Rubelli and Don McLaughlin, the staff
photographers, along with all other C.H.S.'ers who sent in snaps.

Congratulations are in order for the Becktold Company of St. Louis,
Missouri, for their fine covers, and to the St. Petersburg Printing Company
and the Southern Engraving Company, both of St. Petersburg, Florida.

Also to the faculty and students of Cristobal High School and to all
the many Tiger Boosters, we are very grateful for your help.



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Congratulations to the
GRADUATES

CRISTOBAL -MARGARITA
CIVIC COUNCIL



Meets First Monday of
Every Month

Margarita Clubhouse 7:30 p.m.



PUBLIC INVITED



Compliments of



STEAMSHIP AGENTS




Cristobal



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Compliments


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The flea is always a pessimist. He knows that his children will
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Compliments of




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Compliments of


CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION


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



"Mother." osked Don Smith, "does worry make wrinkles?"

"Yes child," his mother replied, "It certainly does."

"Well, then," Don S. continued, "raisins must be worried grapes



Compliments of



J2edi ^it eioiUe^



Ponamo, R. P.
Avenida Central 34
Plaza Santa Ana



Colon, R. P.

Colle 11

Frenfe Al Comisariato



Compliments of



John Surany




1 1 th and Front



Telephone 71



Colon



I sneezed a sneeze into the air. It fell to the ground I knew not
where. But hard and cold were the looks of those
In whose vicinity I snooze.



PANAMA AUTOS, S. A.

OLDSMOBILE AND PACKARD
AUTOMOBILES



Sixteenth Street



Colon, R. deP.



Melendez Avenue



89





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PROUDLY SALUTES




CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM

Equipped With

BROOKS FOOTBALL SHOES

RAWLINGS FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT



MARTIN B. GLASGALL

Isthmian Representative

P. O. Box 3117

Panama City



90




^''Students Lap It lip. Too"



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AIL A*ften4C
CABLES and RADIO

INCORPORATED


*
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"Always at your service."



GOOD LUCK



to the Gold and Blue of '52




Colon 'Pu^uutunc Store

JOSE MARIA GONZALEZ

Agents in Colon

J/



Box 187

7108 Bolivar Avenue



Telephone 421
Colon



Lady: "Can you give me a room and both?"
Hoter Manager: "1 can give you a room but you will hove to
take your own both."



Best of Everything to the Class of '52

KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS

CRISTOBAL COUNCIL NO. 1689



GRIIIIUnTION




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ESPAVE AVENUE



MARGARITA, C. Z.



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McMillan and EAGAN

INCORPORATED




"Good Service For Good Cors"



COLON



93



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1952



ITALIAN Lines STCAMSHIP CO.



Cristobal 3-2464



Lottie to Bob: "I admit I was wrong, but if you really loved me
you'd apologize."



Compliments of



MADUROS

Junior Miss Wearing Apparel and
Sports Clothes



Colon



Panama



SALAZAR v^


Si^xc


Estinol for skin oilme




Its


Front Street


Colon



Nina had a little car.
The cor was painted red,



And everywhere that Nina went
The cops picked up the dead.



Best Wishes to the Class of '52
J4




Colon, R. deP.



The FRENCH UUW

"The Most Talked-obout Gift Store on the
Isthmus!"



M.



JUAN PALOMERAS

Colon




The lightning bug is brilliant, but hasn't any mind.

He flutters through existence with his headlight on behind



Compliments of



Captain C. B. Fenton




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CIVA DE COLON, S. A.



"Your Friendly Pontiac, Cadillac, and GMC Dealer in Colon'



16th and Melendez



Phone 1369



Martha Graham got on the crowded Gatun bus with Carol New-
hard ond said in a loud voice: "I wish that good looking boy
would gve me his seat." and Terry McN., Henry L., Noel McG.,
Johnny A., and Robert L., immediately got up.



Compliments of




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GENERAL


HARDWARE


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Front Street
Telephone 848



No. 45, Colon
Colon, R. de P.



Diner: "Waiter, why does thot hound sit next to my table and
growl?"



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PARIS

Front Street,


Zolon



Waiter: "Oh, don't mind him, sir. He's just
eating out of his dish."


mod because you're


Compliments and Best Wishes
to the Class of '52




MUGARITil


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Masonic Temple


Colon



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Colon



MOTTAS







The Label

That Signifies

Quality



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Rest in Comfort
at the



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The Best in Service and Food



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Dinner Dances on Special Occasions



Telephone 3-21 16



Miss Liter (in assembly, see
feet out in the aisle. J"Hen
and put your feet in."


ing Henry chewing gum c
ry, take that gum out of


nd with his
your mouth


ABOU SAAD TEMPLE


ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER


NOBLES OF THE


MYSTIC SHRINE


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SCHOOL



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Compliments to the

Class of '52

from



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EL LAVAMATICO

Colon's Fastest Laundry Service



8054 11th Street
Colon



Phones:
1462
8362
8365



Congratulations
to the Class of '52



Royal Netherlands

Steam Ship Company



I



COLON, R. DE P.



Talmadge: "What would you say if I threw a kiss to you?"
Mercedes: "I'd soy you were the laziest boy I ever knew!"



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UNITED FRUIT BUILDING

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PHONE 3-2121



CENTURY CLUB

PANAMA CITY

PHONE 523 524



The trouble with being a good sport is that you have to lose in
order to prove it.



NATIONAL



"Best in Rest"




Melendez Avenue

Between 10th and 11th Streets

Colon



The

Standard Fruit &

Steamship Co.



Vacarro Line



With Every Success

to the Graduating

Class of 1952



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Best Wishes to the
Class of "52"



lU S\}?iK T^t^utdei



Has the pleasure

of offering to you
the best service

and food under
sanitary

conditions.



REFRESHMENTS
AND SELF-SERVICE

8043 9th St. and Melendez Ave.
Telephone 1399



POHOOMULL BROTHERS
and PALACIO GANDHI



Linens Perfumes

All Kinds of Furniture

52 and 54 Front Street
Colon, R. P.



Curios



Visitor: "Live here all your life?"
Native: "Don't know, ain't dead yet.'



Compliments of




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Small boys don't look in the mirror after washing to see if their
faces ore clean. They look at the towel.




COLON MOTORS, Inc.

Distributors
Dodge DeSoto

and
Motor Ports and Accessories



10001 10th Street, Colon, R. P.



Phone 492-J Colon



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Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1952



Terminales Panama, S. A.




Jeanne: "Do you suffer from insanity?"
Karen; "No, I enjoy every minute of it,"



Girls in high school are of two strata:
Those with dotes ond those with data



Congratulations GRADUATES



Police Association



Telefono 239



Box 318



Compliments of



JOYERIA EL SOL



Elias Mizrachi



Calle 9-1002



Colon, R. P.



A cockroocti was running at great speed across the top of an
unopened cracker box, and another one was trying to keep up



with him. "Why are we in such a hurry?" the second one asked.
"Can't you see the sign, it says, 'tear across the dotted linel'



la the GloM- oj f952 ....




THANK YOU!



HERFF-JONES is Proud to Have

been Chosen to Manufacture

Your Class Ring

HERFF-JOIES Company

Represented by E. A. Lewis

Calle Estudiantes No. 136

Box 3387, Panama



100



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Mk ' ^



c|ij-n'], J CLASS OF '52

fm



THE PAIAMA UUi TARPON CLliB

GATUN, CANAL ZONE



Blanche Bland awakened out of a deep sleep protesting drowsily,
"Oh dear! I have lost my place in my dream."



STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Because "In union there is strength"

CANAL ZONE CENTRAL LABOR UNION
METAL TRADES COUNCIL



Walter Wagner President E. W. Hatchett Secretary

Box 123 Balboa Box 305 Balboa

Tel. 2-3408 Tel. 2-1779

Monthly Meetings Every Third Sunday 8t30 A.M.
Even months Balboa Lodge Hall. Odd months Margarita Clubhouse.



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Mr. & Mrs. F. C. Willoughby
Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Fahnestock
Mr. & Mrs. T. M. McGinn
Mr. & Mrs. F. J. Moumblow
Mr. & Mrs. M. F. Kissam
Capt. & Mrs. W. S. Parsons
Dr. & Mrs. R. DeBoyrie
Mr. & Mrs. E. Argo
Mr. & Mrs. "Smitty"
Dr. & Mrs. J. M. Wilkerson



Mr. & Mrs. W. R. McNamee
Mr. & Mrs. H. Cranberry
Mr. C. J. McGinn
Mr. W. P. McGinn
Mr. & Mrs. G. C. Dough
Mr. & Mrs. H. K. Peterson
Mr. & Mrs. E. F. Ramsey
Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Hannigan
Mr. & Mrs. Lee Kariger
Mr. & Mrs. D. H. Dare
Mr. & Mrs Mel Diez



Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Reccia
Mr. & Mrs. R. H. Graham
Mr. & Mrs. G. J. Boyle
Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Howard
Mr. N. F. McGinn
Mr. T. M. McGinn, Jr.
Mr. W. C. Willoughby
Mr. & Mrs. N. H. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. P. A. Lawrance
Mr. & Mrs. C. N. Nix
Mr. & Mrs. W. J. McLaughlin



See y4e TteciA . .



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COLON



COLON
R. DE P.



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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOIl ( The mighty bolmy breezes ThaI swayed the liUl e palm Ireezes) Editor ........ Jocquie Boyl e S taff Photograph e r s .............. . David Rubelli Art Editor Bus iness Manage r Roy Wil son A.rdis Willoughby John Wilkerson Kore n Stroop Joanne Reccio Noney Romsey M ercedes Peterson Joanne PorsorlS Terry McNomee Don Mcloughli n N ellie Holgerson 8orboro H ickey Sponsor ; Doroth y Smith Don Mclaughlin ...... Koren Stroop ..Joanne Parsons Mory Ann Hannigon Sob Granberry Frances Geri Leneve Dough Yolondo Diez Francisco Wong

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To Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad, who has wielded his baton for thirteen long, faithful years over Cristobal High School's many successful musical productions, we affectionately dedicate this 1952 Caribbean.

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MR. PAUL l. BECK PRINCIPAL MISS VILMA ROSANIA SECRETARY 6

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Mr. O s wald J o rsta d Inst Music. Vocal Music B A .. Concordia Call. Moorhead, M i nn., B .M., Concordia Conservatory of Music Vniv., Denver Colo .. Colo. St Call of Ed . Greeley, Colo .. Northern Idaho Call. of Ed . lewiston, Idaho Mr. Carl F Moe dl Biology, Boys' Spon sor, B E., S t a T e Teac hers' Call., Moor head, Minn., M .A., Columbia Vnlv., N Y .C., Graduat e wo r k aT U niv. of Minn M r Po u l Mo ser (Coo c h ) Gym. Health East Stroudsburg S t Teachers' Call., Po . B S, Buc knell Vnlv ., lewis burg, P o Min Soph ie McLi man s Mr. G erhord lust (Coach) Swimming, Ithaca Call. N Y .. M A., Teac hers' Call. Columbia Vnlv., New York Mr. K e nn e th Miller Social S T u d ies 7 & 8 B .A., V niv of Nebraska, Gradua t e wor k of Columbia V n i v . N ew Yark Hou seho l d Arts, Cafeteria. BS., Vniv. o f Wyoming Vni v of C a lif. Miss Vevo Sasse Business T ra ining S ho r thand, Typin g S.A .. A c c t . A.B . N ebraska St T e achers' Call . Grad ua t e work 01 C o l o S t Call o f Ed . Greeley Co l o

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Mr. C orl S e rg e r English, J ournalism, A B .. Colo St Call. of Ed., Greeley, Colo. M r Reynol d A Vonn B.S. Bethany College. lindsborg, Kon., M .Ed . Uni .... of Colo., Chemis try Physics & Molh 9 M n Doroth y Smith Journalism, 10 A B .. Ohio Northern Uni v .. M A., Denver Univ .. Fur ther study in Columbia Uni v., New York Mr. James E Sl earns Spanish, History, B .S. of Ed., Univ o f Fla ., M A., Univ 01 Fla I Miu R e b ecca S chwe i t zer Social S t ud ies 8 H ouse hold Arts 8 & 9, B A., Son Jose Sta t e Call., San Jose, Calif. Valley Volley

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c L A s s H s T o R y (F CHE sto r y of the Senio r Closs begins in 1948 when the new Freshmen were emborking on their High School journey. Ther e were many new things to w hich they hod to become adjusted and one was the Freshman-Sophomore Brawl and another, the independence that each class hod to toke in sponsoring parties, dances and o t her extra curriculars. Monica Norwood, a somewhat new student since she had just arrived in C. H. S. the year before, was their first closs president and was assisted by John Fahnestock as vice-president, Kar'3n Saum as diligent secretary and Dorothy Ellis as keeper of the funds. Because of their inexperience, the Froshes were the losers in t he Annual Brawl despite Miss Adomory Ander son s guiding hand. The Sophomore year brought for the class men a splendid victory in the Brawl, and also Mr. Buel Robinson a new faculty member, as their sponsor. The power behind the Sopho mo res in t heir vastly increased labors was Dorothy Ellis as president, Morgorita Barcenas as vice-president, Ardis Willoughby os secretary, and Nancy Ramsey as Treasur er. Havi ng reached the status of upperclassmen the Junior Closs was now preparing for the time when t hey too would be Seniors, for they hod to order their class rings and sponsor the Annual Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom t o wh ich they were the hosts. Miss Bess Liter hod more than she could handle so she hod to call upon Dick Sossaro as pres ident for aid and he in turn hod to coil on Noel McGinn, Francisco Wong, and Nellie Holgerson to help him out. Dick left a t half-term, however, and Noel had to relieve him of the duties. The Senior year brought a relief that this year would be the last so it had to be a good one. Jocquie Boyle as president got t he firs t half to a good start when she and her helpers, Don McLaughlin, Elena Lee, and Martha Graham came across with a very well enjoyed Senior Dance. During t he lost ha l f of the year, plans were being formulated for Senior Week only tentatively of course, and preparations were being made for Commencement and Baccalaureate, and finally college, homelife, and occupations. Thus four of the Best Years of Thei r Lives passed when they walked through t he port a l s of the Auditorium for the last time to receive that well-earned diploma. That's how the Seniors left C. H.S. with thoughts of near and deor friends, and sch ool days and good ti mes, and well-meaning teac h ers, and lots of homework, and Monday morn ing, and Friday at 2,59, and the pretty gals, and the handsome guys, and sports, and p l oys and the "Trode Wind," and "A" honor rolls ,"-II these things will be coiled to memory when the graduate looks at his diploma no matter if it be now or ten years hence. He will always remember C.H.S. and the Gold and Blue of Fiity-two. 10

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JA C QUELINE MARI E B O YlE P resi d ent "Jocqui e Wilke s Borr e. Penn F e b ruary 5 1934 In goodness the r e a re all kinds o f ..... isdom." Class Pre"ide n t 4 ; Dramatic C lu b 1 3. 4 ; "Jenn r ;\Ie" :!; M C)lhe r Is a Freshma n 3: "!'igh t o f J anu:ll1' IGth" 4 ; Thespians 3, oi, rice Pres. 4 ; Nationa l Ii o n o r Soc i ety 3 oi, Prt'S. 4 ; Volleyb all 1,2.3,4, All S tars I. 2 3 4 ; Ba s k etball 1 :!, 3, oi, AIlStars 1. :!. 3. 4 : So ft b allI 2, 3 4. AII S t a r s 2, 3, 4; 8 a{illlinto n 2, 3 : Gi rl s S por t s Award 3 ; Torrid Z o n e Wi za rd s 1, 2. 3,4; Sec.Treas. T ZW J r. Hifl e Club 1; Pel' Club 1 :!: C h ee rlealie r 3. oi; Quee n's Court 4 Orches tr,! I :!: Dance COlllmittees I 2, 3 4 ; Jr..Sr. 8 .. nquet 3 ; H omecollli n(t D a rll'e 1 2 3, 4 : C lass A sse m blies I. 3. 4 : Frosh So ph 8nwl Coach 3; GrJdu;lti o n D .. nce 3; Baccalaurea t e a nd Gradua ti o n 3; Qu ill lIld Scroll 4 ; S A H epresen t:lIin I 3 ; T r .. del\lnd S t.iff 4 ; Caribbean S t aff 4 C o Editor; ILO. T C 8 attalio n 4 Varsit y Club :!. 3 4 3, 4 11 SENIORS DON Mc L A U G HLIN V ice-Preside nt "MClc k Point PleClsont B e o c h N J October 1 1934 I speClIt tr ut h not so m uc h a s I ..... ould. but CIS muc h 0 1 I dare ; gnd t dare CI little t h e more. a s I grow older." 4 ; "C" Club 3,4; Tracl. I. 3. 4 : \'ar"I)' 1. :!, 3, 4 : Foot b,ll! I :!. 3, 4 : I t, 3, 4 : I. :!, 3, 4 : B .i"ke t ball I. 2, 3, 4 ; \ .. rsiIY 3; Water P o l o I t : 3, 4 ; Dramatle Club I, :!, 3,4 ; Caml' r a C lub 1, 3 : Sc i e n c e C lub 3, 4 ; "21 C lub 4; Sl ud ent Cou n ci l I 2: Gl" e Club 2. 3 ; B .. nd 1. 2, 3; P rojec tor O l>er a tor 3. -I; T r ; ,dell' ind S I I ff -I; Ca ribbe : n Staff I,I),S, "Wha t a Lif e :Il1ti O ld Lace," J e n n y ro1 e,-: "The Bl ac k M other h a r -reshm" n." "The o f ltith" MARTH A ANN GRA H AM T re a s u re r Colon. R of P November 15 1 93 4 G e nt le o f nature, humble o f hegrt F o rever s triving t o fulfill her pgrt." 4 ; Dra m a t ic Club 3, 4 : "Night o f January 16th"; Na tivn al U Ollv r Soc i e t y -I; 1. t 3, 4 ; \ 'olle)' b all I 3 -I ; Soh b,lll I. 3. 4 ; SWlll lllllng 4 ; J r R ifle Club 3, 4 : Pep C lu b 3. 4 : Glee Club :1. 4 ; I 2, 3, 4 ; T orrid I.vne Wi'l:artl s 3 4 ; Athletic Coun cil 3, Treasure r ; Dallce Committeh 1, t, 4 : 1 3 4 : Educat ion Week A ssP lllbl), 4 elENA LEE Secretory Pee Wee" Col o n R of p A ugus t 24, 1934 "Egsygoing. loved by 011 Greot i n n:ind in stoture ,moiL" Sec retary 4 : F T A 4 : Camera Club 3. Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; \'olleyball I :!, 3, 4 ; Bad minton 3: Softball 1 ; S\\imming 4; J r R ifle C l uL 3. 4 ; L,brar y :?; I'pp Clu b -I; D a n cl' ComlllltleeS 2. 4 : Jr Sr Pr o'n 3 Educ .. tlOIl W{'ek Assembl) .j

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SAL VADOR ALEGUAS C o lon, R epublic of Ponamo Nov e mb e r 6 1934 Mon is distinguis n e d from 011 otner cr eature s by tn e foculty of laugnter." I :? 3. 4 : Softball I :!. 3. 4 ; 1-'1)01b.11I I. :? 3 4; Track 1 t, 3. 4 : B all. 1 I :1.4; Orohl' ... trJ. I :!. :l. 4 ISRAEL DARIO JOSE BALQUIN "Joe" Ancon Conol lone Dec embe r 12 1932 H e bro k e no p romise, se r ve d privote end, H e goine d n o title, ond n e l os t n o fr iend." F I)Olbali I. :?, 3 4, All I: Tr,lck I. t, 3. 4 : B .. .;;ketb.11I I t 3. 4; :-'oft h.dl I. t. 3. 4: I t 3 1: H .m" I t. 3 4 ROBERT WAYNE BAilEY Bugs" Tul s a Oklanoma January 4 1934 "Whae'er ex cels in wnat w e prize, Appea rs a n e ro i n our e y es. .... A \ I ce Pl'e.;;ilient:3: ":! 1 Club 1. t. 3. 4: .Ir B ifl e C lub I.:!: Foutball I t. 3. 4 : B a.,eb .. 11 V a r s it y 1 ,2.3,-1: T r,lck 1. 2. 3. 4 : B .... kelb 11 Var s ity 1 2, 3. -I: C Club :t, 3 4: All ZOne 2m! S trilll:;. Ba!>ketball :!; All Zvne Co Capt .. in Ba!>l..elb .. 1I 3: Graduation Dance 3: F'oulb:.11 Dallce :t. 3 : So pl lOllIure D aner 2: CI .. I h!>(,lIIhl) 4 ; Honor CommittN 3: :-""I:e ('re\\ :I ROBERT M BLAKELY Bob BLANCHE RUST BLAND "Rus ty pni :ode lpn i o P e nn Cor bin, K entucky August 17 1934 "Brimming over w i tn i e st s and qui p s, Never a sod word on ni s lips." Mo y 16 1933 A quie t los s witn manne rs in reserve, Camera C l ub I ; "C" Club 4; AI! Sport s 1,2,3, ; B O : I.C. I :t, 3, .j; ":tl" Club 4 ; Or A life full of merit moy s n e always deserve." Club I : .. t3nl 3: Glee Clu!' I t MARIA MARGARITA BARCENAS "Margie" Co lon R epublic of Panama Novembe r 29, 1934 Her ways are woy s of pl e a santness. \ ice :?; Dr.1I1l31ic Club I. :!. 3, 4; 3. 4 : Camer:! Cluj, I, t, 3 4 : .Ir Blfle Club 4 ; Gle e Club t, 3, 4; GteI' Clul) Secret a n 3; T h e Bl.lc k FI:IJIIIIlI:O" 3: "MOlAI'!' ... a I-'l'f' ... lIrn.II\ 3: Make Up 1 :!, :l. 4 ; F T A 4 : F T A 4 : 50 I ) h o mure I) .. IIC .. t: or D a n ce 4 ; \ ulle\ 1".11 I. t, 3 4 ; B .. I 3. -i; ..., .... ftlJ 1l I t 3 4 ; B admintun:!; 1"' P Club t, 3 4 4 ; J r H i n g Committee 3 ; I r 12

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CAROL COLEMAN Tre nton, New J e rsey J un e 1 5 1934 II i s th e rore pleasures thot espe ELIZABETH lEN EVE DOUGH "Geri" Wonchese, North Corolino November 1 2 1934 "She donees th rough life with never 0 core." ciolly delight us." (".'111'-'".' Cluh I ; \"ull<,)I )a11 1 : I' c p Clul> 1 :!. 3; CUllllllltl(,(,S 3, 4 : Jr ",. P "l'm 3: .... cllior D .III(e 1 Uramau e (lub 1. 2. 3, 4 ; \'ar,iIY Club :!, 3. 4 ; Y ulle)b .. 1 1 All I t, 4 : Ba!>kelb"ll All Star, I, :!, 4 : Soft b 11 All 3. 1 ; Glel' Club t: Orciu,!r I : Quill ,tllIl Scroll .. ; T ra d e\\md 4 ; C,ln bb('an S l aff 4 : FT. A I :!. 3. 4; "Ni!:ht of J anuary llith'": Junio r Srlllor P rom 3: C.,rd!> :111.1 AnnQUIlCel1lcnts 4 ; I bc(", d :'ureate .111, 1 CUrtltlle n cclllcnt C h ecrle:u lcr 4 : I. :!. 3. 4 ; 1l' )iI,,'comi nr.: 1).1IIet: I. 2, 3, 4 ; Gradu a l ion I).mec DIANA ELAINE DARE Dee" YO LANDA DIEZ "Yo Yo" Panama, R. of P May II, 1935 From th e tap of her h ead to th e tip of her tocs, Her example of neatness and loveliness grows." Dram"tie Cluh ::!. 3, 4 Vico:! Pre!>ident 3, President": :!. 3, 4 ::'ec retary. T rea s urcr:l: Natlt)lla l H o nor SonNy 3. 4 ; (aUlo:!r a Club 1 :!, 3 ; S\\illlll1inc: I :!; V olley b "l1 :.!: T ornd ZOn e 3. 1 3; Juniu r Onloria, Califarnia December 27 1935 A winsome smi le, laughing b lue eyes, Makes thi s girl above athen r ise." .. H ifle ciul> :!, 3, .. V ice P .. c .... 'rle nt :1 .. ; .. \""Ianl 1 ; lIume B oom H e l ) I ; Cle(' Club:!; O r d\e!>tra .. : Tra d c\\i nd Starr .. ; Canhbean 4 ; Junio" :ll1d SCl\lur Bamluel ProUl 3: C lois .... \"'clllblle" 1 :!, 3. 4: a nti Old L..ee" :!; Th(' l3Iac k Fl am inc:.," a; "Thc Nic:hl "f .I. mllary IGlh .. G A A I ; U .. sketball 3, All S l a r s 3: Ba!>eball 3; Vuil ey ball .. : P e p (Iub 1 ; Gle e Club 1 ; Athl l't i c Counci l 3: Jr.Sr Prom 3; Op e ning: l)anee 4; Sr .. ; D a n e(' 3 13 C h ick Panama, R e p of Panama Februory 2 1932 "Morrioges are mode in heaven." "'uftball All :!; D a .. ketball 1. t; Vulley ball I :!: Softball I :!: P cp Clu b 1. 2; Glee Club I 2. ALLEN BLANE Y Ancon, C. Z Sept ember 29, 1934 "Our v irtues are most frequentl y but vices disguised."

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THEODORE ENGLE BRIGHT "Teddy" Ancon, C. Z January II, 1934 "When a man succeeds does it in spi'e of every body, ond not with 'he oHistonce of everybody." F oo tball. \ 'a r s it )' 3. -I; Foot b;tll I. :!; B aseball 1 ; Basket t!all 1,2,3 ROBERT GRANBERRY C hicago, III. June 24. 1934 "Ali ve alert in s.choo l days post, H e 'll be s uccenful to Ih e los'." S A Treasure r 4 : Dra m a ti c Club 1. 3,4: Th es pia n s .l, 3,4, President 4 ; Track 2 3. 4 ; "2t, Club I, :!. 3. 4; ( ;Jpe Club 4 ; Orche slra I 2, 3 .. ; B:-.nd .I. :!, 3 .. ; Tra d e wind Staff .. ; Car.bb('a n S t aff .. ; COI1Hllitt e(' s I, ::'. .j JOHN M FAHNE S TOCK "Johnny Colon, R of P J anuary 4, 1935 A kind a n d s'eadfos' mind has h e H e tokes hi s probl e m s se r iously." ELSA FERNANDEZ Elsi e Panama, R of P October 7, 1934 C l ass \ ice Preside n t 1 : Cam('ra C lu b 1. :!; Foothall 1. 2, 3 ; So ftball I, 2, 3 ; "2t" C lu b I 2, 3 4 ; Junior R ifle Club 1. 2, 3. 4 Pres id ent 2, .. : Student Council 4 ; Pep Club 1 : Glee Club 2 3 ; Or chestra 1,2.3,4 ; B a nd 1. 2, 3, 4 ; S A H epresentat;\' e 2; H all Duty I -I: D a nc e Committee s I. :!. 3, 4 ; A sse mbli es 1,2, 3, 4: S.A Tr .. asure r 3 ; Deba! p CJub 3; Athl .. tic Coun c i l 3 : Dir ec tor o f 4 BETTY MARIE FLENNIKEN New Orleons, Louisiono Decembe r 8 1933 A faithful friend is a strong d efen se : and h e 'ho' hoth found such 0 one hath found a treasure. V olle)"b alJ 1,2,3, -I: Softbali I, 2, 3.-1; B as ketballl,:!. 3, 4 : Ba dmint o n 1,2; P('p C lub 1. :!. 3 -I: Glee Club I : D ance Committee 3 4 : F T.A .1. FRANCES GERI Froncoise" Colon, R of P July 8, 1934 "Like su nshine and shadows on a stream Her eyes e mil 0 joyfu l beam." S. A R eprese ntat ive 1: Drama ti c Cluh 2. 3. 4 ; C a mera Club I 2. 3. 4 : B as k etball 3, 4 : Softball 2 3. 4 V olley ball 3. 4; B adminton 3 : S wimmi n g -I: P e p C l ub I, 2. 3. -I: Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; Trad e wind S t aff 4 : Car ibbean Staff,,; H all Duty 2, 3, -I: Detor ; t !i n g Comm it(e(' 1 2, 3 ; Sop h o m o r e A ssembl y 2; Junior 3 : Tha nk sg jvi n g A ss(' rnbly 3; Junior Se n ior Prom a n d Banquet 3 ; Se nio r A 5semb l y .. ; Senior D ante "; M ake Up C ommittee 2, 3, 4 ; Announcem ents a nd Cards 4; Bac c al aureate 3 ; Com men cement 3; Driving 3

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MAR Y ANN H ANNIGAN "Mim i Colon Rep of P a nama Februa ry I 193 5 Active with 0 wiry groce, The mop of I r e lond on her face." RITA H OWARD "Pudgy" Col o n R of P Nove m b e r 23, 1931 I would rothe r be remembered by a song Than by 0 v ictory." 1 :!. 3 .J; H a..ketball 3 .J; :>Or, ftball J, :t. 3 .J; .IUlll o r Seliior I'rom 3; :!. 3 ; P c p Oub I.:!. 3 .J; GII'e Club 1 2.:: .J; D .1I1e(' 2, 3 . 1. CLIFTON H AyWARD Cliff :-'. A .J; Dramalic C lub :?; Club 3 .J; Basketball I :!. 3 .J. 2,3 .J: \ 'ollc \'bal1 I. :!. 3 .J. AIl, S l a r s 1 :!. 3 .J; So h b.,ll I. 3 .J, Ali, S I :,rs 2, 3 .J; P ep Club 2. 3 .J; Glcc Club 3; Or rheqra I. :? 3 ; B a nd :!. 3: Brockto n Moss January 9 1934 "Always there to l end a hand Wher e the situation may T rad e willd Staff .J: Caribbean Staff .J: 11 11 Duly I; Class A sse mblies 1, 3, .J; Jr, demon d." Football .J; Junior n,fi e Club 3 .J: Stage Crew 3, .J: ":\ight \If 1 lith" .J S r Prom 3; Cla ss D a n ce .J; Cards a lld Announ cements .J; Education W el' k .J; Ila cca laureatl' a nd l111'nt3. 15 EPERDU lI A A H E R R ERA P e arl" Colombio J uly 2 1 1932 PAT R I C I A RUTH H OWARD "Pa'" Col o n R of P August 1 0 193.4 NELLIE FREDERICKA HOLGERSON Son A ndres, Colombia F ebruory 1 6 193.4 Along wi th s ucc ess comes a r eputation for wisdo m." 3 ; DramatIc Club I 2. 3, .J: Mother Is a Freshman"; 3 .J. Tre:ls .J; Nai"1. H o n o r So c l e l y 3, .J, Secy .J; \'o lleyball AII S t a r s 1 :!, 3, .J; B aske t ball ,\11 I. :!. 3 .J: Su flbal1 All SIUS I.:!. 3 .J; HadmintOIl :t. 3: C:lI11era Club I :!: C lu b 2, 3 .J; T o rrid Z o n e Wizard s :t. 3, .J: Pep C lub I :!, 3 .J: G l ee C l ub 2; Orc hestr a I, '!.. 3 : l .hnrl 2. 3; Q uill a nd .J: Ath Coun CIl .J; D a n ce Comm I, 2, 3 .J: Jr S r B alHluet 3 ; 1 2 3 .J; r T A l. 2 3 .J. Pres .J; Trade\\ tnd S t:.ff .J: Cari b bean .... t.,ff .J; ami \ nnoullcClllent s .J "It i s 0 greot abil ity to b e able to conceal one' s abil ity." S A Altern a t e .J; Drall13 1 ic C l ub Treasurer .J; Cam e r a C l ub I 3 .J: A thl e ti c Counci l .J; Pep C l ub I. 2. 3 .J; Glee Club 1. 2. 3 .J; Dri\in g.J: JUnior A ssembly 3

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"Gwen" Norfolk, Virginia Jonuory 1934 S h e doeth lilli e kindneues Which most leave undone IRMA GABRIELA LEIGN ADIER Muffie Colon Rep, of Ponomo November 1 2 1934 I slept and dreamed thot l ife wos beauty, I owoke-ond found that life wos duty." CUllera Clu b 1. :!. 3.4: \'ar:.ity Clu b 3. 1 ; Softb:tll I. ::, 3. -I. AIl, S lars I. ::, 3.4: I.:!, 3. -I, AIl, Slar" -I; I. :!. 3, 4, AIlStars :!, 3, -I : Junior Hlfl c Club -I: Pep Clu b 3. -I: l;lcc C l u b I.:!; Orch c"tra 1 ; Band 1 : .\':ltIOIl,ll Art Ilunor Society 3, -I; Hadmll\ton ::: Juntor Senior Prom 3: D a ncc, :!. 3, -I; Joe" Woshington D C. J anuory 13, 1934 or d espise." Dramatic Club"': C.llllcra Ouh I ; ball 1, :!. 3. 4 : O J"C ball 1 ::. 3: I. ::!. 3: l hdl111lltOIl 3; P cp Clu b 1,::.3.1 ; F T i\ -I "Silence is deep o s Eternit y ; speech i s shallow a s tim e." A cheerful smile, a pleosont word, Mirth over sadness, h e preferre d." "Jock" Washington, D C. Jonuory 2 4, 1935 B3'kPlball I :! : F ootball I ::. 3 : F o."b.J11. \ I. U,.,keIIJall. \ "', .... eniOT D : lllcl' .... fumIlH\t('C' I. :!. :J. I N e w York, N Y October 28, 1933 i hopes ore high as his legs are long, Why worry obout .:rouble, he's singing song WALTER H KUHRT "Walt" Colon R of P June 26, 1934 A p l e a sant monner, foir to see, H e i s whol every boy should be." Heprescntalivc 3; "C" Club 3. "'; Football, \'a"ity I :!. 3, -I; B ase b all, V a r s i t y ::. 3 .... : 8a, kelbal1 J V 3. 4 ; Tra c k I, Junior Rifle Clllb 1 : JunIOr Asscmbl y 3; Scni o r "'; D ance Commit :!, 3, -I. 16

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KEITH C. MOUM 8 LOW "Mumps Colon, R of P Augus t 28, 1933 A g ood ocquo intonce and a b e tt e r fr iend C ol o n R of P D e cember 29, 1935 Sil e nc e i s more e l oque n t tho:1 wor d s Caml'ra Club:!; 1. :!; ":!I" Club :!, :3, ... : J unior H lfle Club :!, 3 ... ; B .mri :1. ... ; :!. M onky" Colon Rep. of P January 3 1933 Of thoughtful neu and joy, th e p e rf e ct bl end." S. A A lter nate 4 : Came r a Club t. 3; Sports I :!. 3: Intr" mural s I :!, 3; P I .. ).., 3. 4 : T h e'>pians 4 : Science Clu b :t. .. 1 ":! I C l u b 2, 3: J unio r Hlfle C l ub 1; Glet' Club I. :!. Tornd Zone W i7ard s:!, 3. 4 "The gods o lwoys f o vor th e strong." "C" Club 2, 3, 4: 8 Lu!!ue AllSlars; F ootball 1 : T rac k I : Basketball 1; Team, F ootball 2. 3, ... : B:a'>eb,IIl I. 1. 3 .... : T rack 2. 3 .... ; Seco nd T eam All Cana l Z Olle bJl1 2: All Can a l Zvn e T eam 3: l3a'>ketb:all :1; foot ball ... : F ootball ;\l o s t P layer 3 N OEL F McGINN R e d s Col o n R of P D e ce m b e r 28, 1934 H e is 011 t hat' s good and gre o t H e is t h e rul e r of his fote." D ram .. ric C lub; ... : N:ll ional H o nor !:,oclety ... CamerJ ClUb :!, 3: footb .. 11. Softball. Trad, I :!, 3 : T o r rid ZunI' W i1Mds :!, 3; "11 C l u b 1 3; .Junior H,n" Club I; S.A P n',>jde n t 4; !:'.A R eprese nl;.t i\,e 1: Gll'e Club:!: Orcheqra. B anll I 4: Quill .. nil Scroll 3. Presidrlll : T r .. de\\jn.! Staff 3 : CaribIW"/l S t aff 3: D a n ce \"''>emblll''>, D e b ;.te C l ub 3. reSll II'IlI ; C l ass V i ce P rr'>lIll'nt 3; P I .. \,> I .... 17 J E ANINE NIX N ino" Austin T eJl(os July 2 9 1 934 H e r loughte r ond giggl e s ore h eord 011 d o y For sh e b eJieyes in th e s mil ing woy." M c NAME E Terry" Reoding, P e n n N o ve m b e r 5 1934 His i s 0 w o rld devoid o f co re, Life t o hi m i s but 0 dore." J :!. 3 .... A IIStars 3: \"olle\ball 1 :!, 3, 4: :mftb .. l1 I. :!, 3, ... : L ibra r y 3; Pe'p Club I. 2. 3 .... : ( ;11'1' Club:!; T r ade\\ind Staff 4 ; Canbbean Staff ... ; H O.T C Co. Spo nsor"'; f ootball Queen ... ; AId :!; :-ho\\ :!: J urllorSenior P rom 3: Educallon Week 3 .... ; Christma ... ... : H O T ( I),uu'e 4: Frc
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"Sukie" Colon, R of P September 3 1933 Her unexpecte d converso tion was marked by its happy abundance." \'.IT"II) Club 3 .... ; \11 3; 5oftb.11I All 3: \ olleyl>:.11 I ::. 3 .J: B .... k elh.dl 1 3 .J; Sof l b 11 I, ::. 3 .... : Pcp Club ::. 3 .... : ... A Alt e rn.l t e I : 1):1I1C(' COlli IIlIlIee .. ::. 3 .... ; F T A .J: :,\" Iio n.,J Edu!'"tiu n W l'ek 1\"1'111 hly.J JOANNE THERESA RECCI A "Mamma" New York, New York March 24, 1935 "She is prelly 10 walk wilh Witty to 10111. with And plea:;ant too, 10 think on." D r.ulI:.ti( ('Iuh ::. 3, Clul> ::,3, ... ; .... ('(rct r) 3:""lIc) lJ.d l ... \11 S I.H<; I, ::, 3 ..... All 1 ::. :{ .... : .... "fth.11I All 1,::,3. I B dlllllltOIl (h.lll1plun:!.;{; J UIIIor H,fl(' Cluh I :!. 3; L,br.,,) I ; :-'\111('1\1 (oulIC I I ::: Pep Club I. :!; ... t \ Ill'pI'C"'nl."111' I ; T r;HJ('I\. III! ... ; C;lnhhc.tU S I lff .J: B .,cc I llIl' c . tc 3. Gr.llltl..tl
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DORA MARIE W EICH Dee" Colon, R of P April 7 1934 A girl with beauties very rare 8ewitching e yes ond raven hair." TAL MADGE SALTER 5011 Mt V ernon, G eorgia S epte mb e r 7 1934 H e that i s maste r of himself .,.,ill soon b e maste r of othe rs." F ootb.tli :!. 3. 4 : 4; JunIOr I,:!. 3: :!. 3 4 ';IT''I I ) T r,l c k 3 4 : :!. 3 4 : B .llu l 1. 2. 3 4 ; "A 1.3 .. : Batl.lliun (UlLLLLI.III1I"r .. ; :\.LIII)II .II Education 3 ... : I :!. 3 4 ; O a ncf' 1 ::: J Ull1u r :'en )r P ruill .LIlt1 B III (lUl.'l 3 ; Sc rlLu!' D:lllt(' .j: B O T C D.1I1C(, 3. 4 ; Fuufh . l1 (')\Ht .. : Opc n inc A""f'LLlb1y .. Came ra C lub:!: LINt) Club :!. 3. 4 : olleybal1 1.2.3. 4 ; I.:!. 3: Soh ball :!. 3: B.lsketb.11I 1. :!. 3. 4 : ,'olle)l)all 1,2,3.4 : S ... ftb;lll 1 2. 3. 4 ; Lib rM) A .. s i stant I : P e p Club 3 ; I ; e anrl 1. :!. 3 : SOI)homor(. f) ;1I1ce 2 ; Junior Se nior P rom 3: H omeconullI; f) allce ::. 3. 4 : Pby :!; Sc n ior As)"mh l) 4 : Quecn's (ourt 4 ANNE CAROLYN STAPLER R usty Ancon, C. z October 20, 1933 Humor is the electric otmosphere; wit is th e flash." Gil N eptune (ity, N J Augus t 25 1934 "from quie t unexp e ct e d sources Ofte n s pring Ihe world's greot force s." "C" C lub 3. : Baseball. "ar I.:!. 3 ... ; B lskelb: llI. \'ar ...ity 1 2. 3, .. : F ootball. \'ar .. 1. :!; I ; Glec (luI, 1 :!. 3 PAUL WHiTlOCK Poblo" Pono mo R of P August 6 1934 A lot of masculinity Adored by femininity." "C" Club 3 ... ; Baskctl)J1I I Z. 3 .. : Softb.11l I :!.. 3 .. ; 19 "Stroopy" Colon, R of P Nov ember 18 1934 Tr.Lck 3 ... : Football I. :!, 3 .. ; Stud ent Council 3 : Orc heqr 1. Z. 3 .. : B a nd 1. :!. 3. " 8eing young i s something Ihot im prove s doi: y \ 'olleyba11 1 :!. 3 .. All .. : Basketb .. 11 I :!, 3, .j: 1. :!. 3, .. ; Badminton :!; S \\immim:: .. ; S." P('p Club 3 ... Chairlll,ln .. : Gl ee Club 1. 2; Tr . d(' \\111,] S t .. rr 4 ; C,Lnbb('.i11 :'IJff .. : ALL nuuncelllcnh a l ll i (,\rd" : 0 .1111;" :!.. 3 .. : I. 2. 3 .. ; [due.Lllo n Week 3: Cheerleader Alt e rn a t e : J :lluborec Queen .. : .. ; .Junior "t.'JllUf Prill. .111" ii. II"IU l 1 3; B .. ., I : HII'l t. :1, ( .. mlll,nct.'lII,'lLt ;I. ",ll'nn\' :'>Ie" :!., ":'>11' ... Arche;"

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JOHN W I LKERSON Jeb" Sail lake Cily Ulah October 25, 1933 Nalhing greal was ever achieved without enlhusiasm." D ralilatic Club t. 3 4 P r esidcnt 3. Vice P re s id ent .\; S.A 4 ; Tradewind S t aff 3, 4 ; Caribbe.'" Staff 3. 4 ; I. t. 3, 4 ; R O T .e. 3, 4 ; Athl e tic Council 3. 3: T a l ent Nig ht 1. :!: D ch:t1e Cluh 3. 4 ; D a n ces 3, 4 ; D rill Te alll 3; .. ( rCII t. 3. 4 ; S tat! e M a na ger 4 ; J e nn y Me." "A r se ni. a l ill Old Lice." "BI: u k Fbllli n go " M o ther I s a ":-li::ht o f I a nll : ,r., I I;th"; Junior S ... nio r P rum 3 JEAN WONG Col o n Rep. of Panama February 2 1934 Sinc e r e and atways kind A nic e r gi rl lis hard 10 find." \'olleyball 3 ; F T A 4; P e p Club 4 ; Glee Club 3, 4 ARDIS MARIE WILLOUGHBY Ardie" Scottsb l uff Nebraska June 5 1934 Kind and s weel in all her ways, She'l l b e happy t h e resl of h e r days. Sec rc t:. .. y t; Calner:. Club 1,2; \'olleyb:l1l 1,2,4; B:ltilliint on 3; Scie nc e Club t. 3. 4. Vice P r esident 4 ; Junior H iflc Club :!. 3; L ib rary A ss i s t ; lIlt t. 3; Glee Club 1; Tomd lOll e WizJnb t. 3. 4 ; Tradewi nd Staff 4 ; Caribbean Staff 4 : F T A 4 ; D a n ce Committees 1. 2, 3, 4 : C l ass A sse m b ly 4; El l u ca ti o n W ee k 4 ; Visitation 4 ; Pl ay Ush e r ette 3; F ootb:111 C('lHI 4 ; Swillll1l: n!; 4; 3: CUIIHlle n cellH'nt 3 ROY WILSON Moose" Balboa, C. Z Apri l 30, 1934 H e 'll be s ucc e ssfu l i n any land, For he holds his future well in hand." "C" C l ub 3. 4 : I 2, 3 4; Vars it )' 1. 4 ; B as ketball J. 2, 3 4 ; Yarsit}' 3. 4 ; B as eball 1. 2, 3. 4 ; Vars it y 1, 2. 3, 1 ; Vars it)' T ra c k 4 : Quill and Scroll 4 ; TrJdewind Staff 4 ; Siaff 4 : R .O.T.C 3, 4 ; Science C lub 3, oj,: Torrid lone Wizards 3, 4: Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Came ra C lub 1,2,3; Cards and A nnouncements 4; Educa ti o n Wee k A sse mbly 4 ; Ope n i n g Dar A sse mbl y 4 : F ro s h .Soph. Brawl Coach 4 ; Glee C lu b I 20

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21 FRANCISCO WONG F ri s co Colon, R of P Moy 16 1 93.5 The world wo. toke n in Nor turne d h e bock f o r time nor tide." of J u n ior Clas s Dramatic C l ub :i: Nat io n a l lI o n o r SociNy 3 4 ; C : unera C luo 2, 3; "C"' Club 4 ; F oo t h all 1 2. 3. 4 AIl, S Iars 3. 4 ; Torri( 1 Zone W izards 3, L Pre s i d ent 4 ; "21 Club I.:!, 3, 4 Secretary 2, 3, 4 : J unior Clu b 2, 3 : S. A 3; S. A Sec r e t a r y 4 ; Glee Club 2; B a nd I 3, 4 ; O r c h estra 1 3. 4 ; H all Dill y 4 ; Caribbean Staff 4 : T radc\ \ i r \l l S t aff 4 ; Corn 3. 4 ; .Iu niorS;>nior '>r .... m 3 HElEN VIRGINIA EDWARDS "Moonbeam" Hope w ell, Virginio F ebruory 11, 1934 GAY BURGESS WHISNANT Ellsworth Moin e Morch 1 1 9 34 "Grove outhors soy ond willy sing Thot wedlock is a gloriou s thing." JEANNE ELIZ ABETH Y ANDLE J eonnie Detroit, Mich igon Nove mb e r 1 7 193 4 I f 10 h e r shore some fem a l e e rron foi l, look o n h e r fo ce and y ou'll forgel t h em. Dramatic Club 4: So ftb.rll :.1; 3; Voll ey ball 4 : Swirllllling 4; Pep Club 4 ; Gle(' Club 1 2. 3; Sl'nio)r D .uu I, :.!, 4 : C:rrd .... HIII Alinoun cellle lil S 4

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AlEGUAS SALVADOR-leaves his trumpet in the capabl e hands of Mr. Jorstad. BAILEY ROBERTleaves his anthology to Nancy Koriger. BAlQUIN, JOSE-leaves his fiddling techniques to Nessim (hitrii. BARCENAS MARGARITA-leaves her ability to get to school on time (8,30) to Nancy Sasso. 5 BLAKELY, ROBERThis love troubles to Bobby Salter. BLAND BLANCHE-leaves Miss Anderson's U S History Classes to all Jun i ors BLANEY ALLEN-his motor-bike to any unsuspecting Jun i or. BO YLE, JACQUIE-Jeaves her fingers that are in every pie to Harriet Burke COLEMAN, CAROL-leaves for greener pastures. E DARE, DIANE-leaves her hair ( ? ) cut to Lotty Stevenson. DIEZ YOLANDA-leaves her driving ability ( ? ) to anyone with nine lives to spare. DOUGH, LENEVE-wills her "spiking" ability to the R. O. of I. N EDWARDS HElEN-her swimming ability to Betty Torr. ENGLEBRIGHT TEDDY-h i s dabbling in metal shop to Dick Tottleman. FAHNESTOCK JOHN-leaves his R.O.T.C. company to Victor Fisher. I FERNANDEZ ElSA-leaves her powder compact to any Junior girl in need. FLENNIKEN BETTYwills her "lazy-lookers" to Pat Kel ley. GERI, FRANCES-leaves her clothes to Mercedes Peterson o GOMILA, MARGOTwills her classy mambo to Jilmo Lora GRAHAM, MARTHA-Her Swedish accent to Dole Rob e rson GRANBERRY ROBERTleaves noth i ng. HANNIGAN, MARY-leaves the All-Stars to Shiela McNamee. R HAYWARD, CLIFTON-leaves the portable sander in the woodshop to Gil Ferro HERRERA, PEARL-will her typewriter to Blanquito McNatt. HOLGERSON NElliE-leaves her valuable place in the Music Department to her sister, Joan. HOWARD, PATRICIA-leaves her shifting of gears to Louise Edmundson HOWARD, RITA-leaves her soprano voice to Elaine O'Hoyer. c KARIGER GWEN DOL YN-Ieaves her quiet ways to Allen Simmons. KUHRT, WALTER-leaves his night life to Bob Orvis. LAWRANCE HENRY-leaves his good I ? I looks to Ebby Stern. L LEE, ElENA-leaves part of her brain to lucky Maricho Tagaropulos. LEIGNADIER IRMA-leaves her privilege to come late to school every day to Eulalia Guardia. MALCA, ISAAC-leaves his be-bop glosses to Leo Constantine. A MANNING, ARNOLD-leaves his Balboa popularity to Vernon Bryant. MC GINN, NOEl-leaves his red toupee to Ralph Reccia. Me LAUGHLIN DONIeoves his way with the girls ( ? J to any millionaire. 5 MC NAMEE TERENCEleaves his pOSiti on as sup ply sergeant to Jody Roberson. MOUMBLOW, KEITH-leaves his car's gas problems to Carleton Hallett. NIX, JEANINE-leaves C. H. S with half a heart. OLIVER NIDIA-Ieaves her nimble step to Judy Rami rez. 5 PARSONS JOANNE-leave!:. all Physics problems t o any Junior who wonts to suffer. PILERI, ALDO-Ieaves his height and mustache to J i mmyScheibeler. RAMSEY NANCY-leaves journalism closs to any person strong enough to stand it. RECCIA JOANNE-her nickname "Mamma" to whoever wants to be stuck with it. RIDGE MARGARET-leaves her Latin 10 notes to Mr. Wallace. w SALTER, TALMADGE-leaves his t ouchdowns to George Bennett SMITH GILBERTleaves unhappily. STAPLER, ANNE-leaves her w i t to Barbaro Sherry I STROOP KAREN-leaves her Jamboree crown to Bobs Hickey WEICH DORA-leaves her raven locks t o Vilma Rodriquez. WEICH ( DIETRICH ) SONIA-wills her height to Millie Marquard. L WHITlOCK, PAUL-leaves his typing ability to G i nette Wachtel. W ILKERSON JOHN-leaves his ability to play character ports to Carl Pinto WillOUGHBY, ARDIS-leaves her bottle of peroxide to Loi s Scheidegg L WILSON, ROY-leaves a certain gal in Balboa to Less Rinehart to keep on eye on WONG, FRANCISCO wills more w i nd-sprints to the '52 Football squad. WONG, JEAN-leaves her 5' 5Y2" t o Maydelle Gardner. 22

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H A l l 0 F F A M E 1--_-_---TOBAL HIGH SOH L NOEL McGINN JACQUIE BOYLE 23

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PAUL and FRANCES BOB and JOANNE Their fri endly smiles will corry them lor Mr. and Miss C. H S II ROY and MARY ANN and YOYO They like their studies Aren t they nice to look Ol? 32

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33 Success i s in The fuTure lor T hem Every Tiger a Fighter" is Their mOllO JEB and MARGOT They hove dancing feet CAROL and JOHNNY Their cloT hes ore marks of disTinc Tion The i r tolenT s are varied

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VERNON BRYANT C ARL PINTO Pre sid e nt Vice-President JANICE RANKIN ROBERT S ALTER S ecre tary T r e a s urer

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A RGO -ARTHUR BLADE S LESLIE CROfT EULALIA GUARD I A DAREll GREEN ANSElMO ARIAS HARRIET BURKE JAMES DOYlE MA YDElE GARDNER MARY HAll -. GEORGE BENNET TOM BRENNAN JUDITH CHAN LEO CONSTANTINE BARBARA EGOLF HENRIETTA FERRI C HARLE S GERCHOW ROBERT GRACE CARLETO N H ALLETT RALPH HARRIS 36

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MARGARET JOUDREY NANCY KARIGER MARITA KATALINAS ROBERT LAWRANCE JULIETA LEWIS ARLENE LIM MILDRED MA.RQUARD LlDIO McKAIL JEANNETTE McKEOWN MURiel MORLAND ROBERT ORV I S RUBY PABON RICHARD REED YOLANDA PENAHERRERA JAMES RINEHART DONALD PONDER MAX PRETTO DAVID RUBELLI NANCY SASSO JAMES SCHEIBElER 37

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LOIS SCHE IDEGG BARBARA SHERRY MARY SHERRY AllAN SIMONS CHARLES SMITH EDWARD STERN LETICIA STEVENSON BETTY TARR RICHARD T AT ELMAN ALYCE THOMAS JAMES TORNE JOHN TORNE ROLANDO VILLALAZ GINETTE WACHTEL WILLIAM WETZEL JAMES WILSON BILL WRIGHT 38

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5 o p H o M o R E 5 First Row J oh" Ande rson, A Bernordez, J Brennan, V 8ringos, O. Brown T (otanzoro, T Chin, N Chil,il. M Chong Second Row: D Cockle, R (en nard, N Courtwright, L COlO:, R Cunninghom, J Custer, J Deloney, E Didier, S Dinkgreve Third Row : T Dyer, G F e rr o, M Frase r C George, D G eyer, A Hannigan, J Hotgi, J Hoyes. A Hepburn Fourth Row : B Hickey, R Hodges, J Holgerson, T Hughes, V Karn, D Kissam O lone, A. Lora J Lora Fifth Row : C. lessard, A tim, S Monn, D Mc;lor e n S McNamee, B McNall, B N ewhard, E Penorondo, M. P eterson Sixth Row : J Rami rez, R Retcie W Roberson, J Robinson, G Rosabel E R050nio K Roscoe, J. Rowley, B Sanders Seventh Row : R 50nlos, R 50sso, E Scolt I. Servonti, P Shonk, R SmiTh, C. Tobe r M. Togoropul os, C. Thompson Eigh t h Row: N T om, E Ullrich, A Vondergrift, A J Vowel E Wolsh, B Wo:thers, R Willioms, R Young 4 0

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4 3 Fir!.t Row: J Albright, R Aleguas, E All i a B Baccus, l. Bail e y F Bake r R Balquin, A Bleakley, M Bra sse l Second Row: J Brennan, H d e Boyri e, A Chambers, M. Chan, A Col ins, J Coobon, G Cooper, M Corrigan, D Craig Third Row: J C rowford, V Dignam, W Droste C. Ducret l. Edmondson R Elwe ll, R d eEstrodo, B Favorite, M F ernande z Fourth Row : V Fis h e r A F r a se r D G eorge, 1. Gibs on D Gonzales, R Goodhead, R Ha s tings, C. Hordy, G Horris Fifth Row : H Ha r tz P Hawthorn, H Ho yden, P H o lg e rson P Kelly J King N lamis, R lees, M l e tchk o Si)(th Row: H l e wis J lowe, V McBride, B McCaff e rty J McDanio!s J McKe nzi e, M C. N ewhard, A Noboo Seventh Row : E O 'Hoyer, J Pabon, D Paine, M P e r e z D Plaia, W Price, J Pump elly, R Quesada, E Reynolds Eighth Row: M R e y e s D R o b e rson P Roddy V Rodriquez. S Rosello M Rudge, D Sch e id egg, J Shonk, E Sh a w N inth Row: E S eivers, B Smith D Smith S Smith l. Sogondore s W Steven son, J Slroch D logaropul os Tenth Row: S Tobin C. Turner, M Volasco

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The highest honor a CHS student may r eceive is membership in th e Notional Honor Society. To be eligibl e for e lecti on one m ust have at l e ast a "B" overage and then the o ther three qual ities of characte r leadership, and service are considered. This year's members include P resident Jocquie Boyle Secretory Nellie H o l gerson, Treosurer Martha Graham, Noel McGinn, Yolanda Di ez, and Francisco Wong. Sponsor for this group is Miss Jeanne Brown. Sponsor MISS BROWN

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Under the direction of Mr. O. E Jorstad the CHS Music Department has contributed much in enlivening the spirit of Cristobal High. The very large audience thot attended will long remember the impressive Christmas Festival and Pageants in which all musical groups look porI. The Glee Clubs, Bond and Orchestra ore hard 01 work all yeor long, performing in assemblies, playing for boll games. and tak ing port in other school acti vities. The Easter Season is always highlighted by the beautiful Easter Music Festival. CHS is proud of i t s Music Department.

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The Students' Association is the most vi tal organ of CHS l ife. I t h as for it s members practically the entire student body, w hich elects its officer s and one representative from each home room Heading thi s organization thi s year is Noel M cG inn in the Presi d en t's chair; Nancy Kariger, capable VicePresident ; Franc isco Wong, fulfilling the duties o f Secretory; and Bob {"I lo s t that vouc her"} Granberry as Treasurer. Sifting in the Adviser's choir i s Mr. Reynold Vann, a newcomer to C HS. Meetings o f thi s organization are called 01 the reques t of t he President. One of the most important groups in the S. A. is that which "works behind the scenes," the cabinet. T he cabinet is composed of Joanne Parsons, the Athletic Cou n c il T reasurer; Bob Bailey, A d ver ti s ing Manager; John F ahnestock, Dir e ctor of C itiz enship. The many ac ti vi ties of th e Students' Association reached a new "high" thi s year. Besides its usual activities promoting unity among the s tud e nt body by s p onsoring ex tra-curricular a c tivities, thi s year's S. A. Pres id ent Noe l McGinn sponso red a football game with a s t ateside t ea m from Key West, Florida The ven tur e was s uccessful and everybody enjoyed it. local and Pacific Side fans proved loyal. Any studen t who, through the purchase of a mem bership ticket, becomes a member of the Studen ts' Association is e ntitled to one subscrip tion to the TRADE WIND, one CARIBBEAN, and adm ission to al l school dances, plays, and all conference games. The Student Council also buys all ath l e tic and music awards. Thi s year the Council started off wit h a Dance -a-Month" theme It has proven very popular. The S. A. activities began in September with the Freshman-Sop homore Brawl and a dance the first Friday o f Ihe school year. A ll school activities are sponsored by the S. A. and all fund s for any s tudent activities must pass through its channels. S A REPRESENTATIVES L eft to Righi Top row : Eugene Didier, Jack Wilkerson Tal madge Saller, Tam (010nl0rO, Don Smith Second row : Mary Ann Hannigan, Ann Thomos, Sh e ila M cNamee, Morgorel Joudrey, Jim S ch ei b e ler, Jean Shank. Third row: Office r s, Bob Granberry, Noncy Kar ig e r Noel M cGi nn Franc isco Wong.

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c. H. s. R. The CHS ROTC unit's second year was indeed a prosperous one. Commanded by U. Col. E. T. Saller, w:th M:ljor Noel McGi nn as executive officer, and Capl. Jacquie Boyl: as battalion sponsor the battalion was active throughout the entire year. Some of the highlights of the year were: the Drill Team performance 01 the Key West game, the parade in February for civic groups, participation in Annual Field Night, attendance at Spring Camp held at Camp Empire, and the Annual Awards Boll held Of the Officers' Club at Coco Solo. Some of the many activities carried on by the ROTC during the school year included: the usher squad provided for athletic events, inner company sports, the "Droft Drag" donce held in October and severo I rifle teams which competed in various shoots. Shown Below: Left: Lt. J M Nolan, o$ $ i$tont pro fessor of m ilita r y and tactics, in charge o f th e Cri stobal ROTC Battalion Righi : Color D etail at Fo otball Jamboree, l e ft to r ight Cade t Carl Pin t o T erry o. T. c.

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" Bock row left 10 righi, Sgl. Lorry Cox Bn. Sgt. Moior, Lt. Col. Tolmadge Salter, Battalion Commonder, Capt. Jocquie Boyle Bn. Sponsor, Major Noel McGinn Executiv e Officer, Sgt. Gilbert Ferro Color Sgl. Front row M / Sgl. Terry McNamee, Bn. Supply Sgt. RighT' ROTC InstrucTo rs, S F C. James Cof fin and 1st Sgt. E B Dickin sa n 1

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Commanding Offic er, Copt. John M Fahn estock, Jr.; hecut ive Officer, lsI It. F rancisco Wong; P latoon l eaders: 2nd 1I. Charles Thom pson, 2nd Lt. Alexis V ila ; Fir s t Sargeant, M /Sgt. Robert Granb e rry ; Company Sponso r H a n lst It. Nancy Ram sey ; Guidon Bearer, Sgt. John Wilkerson 55 Commanding Officer, Copt. leo Constantine, Co. heculive Officer, 1st Lt. Carl Pinto Company Sponsor, lst Lt. J eanine N ix, P latoon leaders, Lt. Robert Salter, lst Sgt. Skippy Anderson, Guideon B e arer, S F C. Dick Sasso

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J 1 u 2 1 Club was arigi na t ed in 1945 as a club to promote Pon-omericanism among the nations of Latin-Ameri ca. Shown obove are the t wen t y-one mem bers and the sponsors, Mr. Charles Wallace and Mr. Paul Beck. TORRID ZONE WIZARDS The Torrid Zone Wizards of Cristobal H igh Schoo l had i t s beginning in 1942. It was organized by Mr. Carl Moedl. The Sponsor this year is Mr. Da vey. President Froncisco Wong, Veep Ardis Willoughby and Secretory T reasurer Margoret Joudrey make good officers. Members in this club are chosen on the bosis of scholarship and active interes t 56

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CRIS T O B A L JR. RIFLE CLUB 57 TH E VARS IT Y The Cristoba l Jr Rifle C lub has made this a bangup year with a modern i zed range complete with new fans, mots, ond other improve ments. Und er the very capable sponsorship of Mr. Noel E G ibson, th e club has signed up 73 members, 27 of which are girls Such Distin guished Riflemen as James Schei b ele r J ohn Hatgi, John Fahnestock, and Leo Constantine are bock on the team from last year. Founded i n 1947, the club i s reaching new heights The team copped first place in the Shoulder to Shoulder Sectional Match lost March, in the III Army Area Hearst Trophy Shoot and tied the Balboa J r s for second place in the Gallery League and defeate d them in the shoot off for second p l ace. Starting the 1951-52 Gallery Season, the Jrs_ have de f e ated a ll learns to win the first half honors and have defeated AlbrookCurundu to tie for the all-time Conal Zone Record. Officers for this year are John Fahnestock, President; Yolanda Diez, Vice-President; Maydele Gardner, Secretary Treasurer, and James Scheibeler, Executive Officer.

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lefr fa righr : Fronr row: Paulo Holgerson. Moricho Tagoropulas, N ellie Holgerson, Joy ce Cookson. Joan Holgerson Len eve Dough. Middle row: Betty Torr. Ardis Willoughby, Nancy Korig e r Elena lee, E iso Fernandez, Morgoret Ridge, louise Edmon son, Margarira Barc enas. B ock row: Gwen Koriger, Jean Wong, Min Anderson -sponsor, No e l McGinn Virginio Dignam Shielo McNomee. Miss Fo)(hall The Caribe Club of the F uture T eachers of Amer ica has grown by leaps and bounds during the post year. II now boosts a membership of twenly-five. Officers o f the club ore: Nellie Holg erson, President; Noel McGinn, ViceP resident; Margaret R i dge, Sec retary, and Elena l ee, Treasurer Sponsor is Miss Anderson. In keeping with i t s many activities, C.H .S. is surely proud of its future "Rembrandts." This yea r brought into Ihis Society, Eulalia Guardia and Yolanda Penoh errera. The o l d members from last year include I rma leignadier and Diane Mclaren. T o be eligible for the National Art H onor Society, one must naturally excel in art and fill the necessary qualifications for the one-man show. Spon sor for this group i s Miss lorraine Foxhall. F T A

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A big step on the way to Thespian membership is the Dramatic Club. This enthusiastic and peppy group has had a very successful year. The initiation of new members, an assembly, and other work on Dramatics have kept members busy. Officers of the Dramatic Club are Yolanda Diez, President; Jeb Wilkerson, Vice-PreSident; Joann e Parsons, Secretary, and Pot Howard, Treasurer. Their new sponsor thi s year is Miss Rebecca Schweitzer. "Do well your part, there all the honor lies." This is the motto of the National Thespian Society, membership in which is the goal of all ambit ious dramatists. Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Jeanne Weisen, CHS Troup 217 has the following officers: Bob Granberry, President ; Jacquie Boyle, Vice President, and Nellie Holgerson, Secretary-Treasurer. They, along with members: Noel McGinn, Jeb Wilkerson, Margarita Barcenas, Yolanda Diez, Don McLoughlin, Pat Howard, Carl Pinto, Alexis Vila, and Keith Moumblow presented "The Night of January 16th" and "Meet Corliss Archer" as well as working on djfferent projects.

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The Athletic Council is made up of the Student Association a lt ernates. Their job is to take care of the gate at all C. H.S. athletic contests. Sponsor is Mr. Stearns. Officers are Nancy Kariger, President, and Joanne Parsons, Treasurer. row : Benny Fovorite, Keith Moumblow, lorry Cox, Groce. row : Nelli e H o lgerson, Joon Holgerson, Mercedes P e terson Mr. Steorns, Eloin e O Hoyer, Pot H ow o rd, Horriet Burke. Front row : Robert Gronberry, Joonne Porsons, Noncy Koriger. Bock: F r onci!oco Wong. Left 10 Right: Yolonda Diez, Joanne Pa rsons, Nellie Holger so n Leneve Dough, Mary Ann Hannigon. Front: Jacquie Boyle Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. Mem bership is selective and each member must be of good character and must successfully pass four tests demanded by the International Society. He must be in the upper third of h i s high school class; he must have done distinctive work in some phase of high school journalism; he must be recommended for membership by the adviser of journalistic work in his high school ; and he must be approved as being worthy of membership by the Soci ety's e x ecuti v e officer designated for that duty. The Society has always taken on active parI in ra i sing t h e standards in its f ield and in d i rect irg the course of h 'gh school journalism. Mrs. Dorothy Smith is sponsor.

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Sponsor Mrs Lee Koriger The 1951 52 C heerleader squad obove pictured l e ft t o r ig ht are; L e n eve D ough. J o anne R ecci o Nancy Ranuey, Nancy Kariger, M erce d es P e t e r so n ond Joc q u i e B oy l e This yea r s olternates were K a r e n S troop and Borbor a H ickey. P ic1ur e d at th e right is th e c heerleade r m a sco t J u d y Polum b o

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COACH PALUMBO Coach luke Palumbo, head coach of the Tiger team, was born in Mahoney Town, Penn., but spent his younger days in Hubbard, Ohio. where he attend ed Hubbard High. Coach went fa Maryville Stote Teachers' College and received his B.S. degree. He hod five years of coaching experience af Saint Joseph, Missouri, and worked at a TNT plont in Meds vi lle, Pennsylvania, for a year before coming to the Zone in 1942 COACH MOSER Paul Moser, the newest man on CHS's coaching stoff, hails from Pottsville, Pennsylvania. "Mo," as he is called, went to Pottsville High, to East Stroudsburgh State Teachers' College in Penn sylvania, where he received his BS degree ond to Bucknell University in Pennsylvania before coming 10 the Zone in 1950. During the war he spent two and a holf years in the Navy.

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1st game CHS-O BHS-O 2nd game BHS -8 CZJC-O 3rd game CHS -13 CZJC-0 Tot als Cri s tobal Balboa Colleg e

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s of 1951 F ino l Standing tball leagu e Int er-scholastic Foa lo s t Cri stobal High Balboa High 0 Junior Coll e g e ON SHOTS TIGER FOOTBAll ACT! 1 A littl e to d rive 2 : Now's the a fir s t down 3 looks goo e h OWo y e boll 4 Manning Hughe s ofter In : : O;ets his man 68

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Conal Zone was at the Coco Solo gym on December 6 1951. CRISTOBAL HIGH DOWNS KEY WEST 31 -27 IN FIRST STATES-SIDE BASKETBALL GAME .... KEY WEST WINS FOOTBALL THRILLER 2 0 Cooch Palumbo talking fourth quarter by close score of 2 0

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T H E V A R S I T Y C H A M p The Varsity Champians; Bock row, standing left t o right: Skip Anderson, Tolmodge Salter, leo Con stantine Roy W a so n Ve rnon Bryant, Coach Po u l Moser Kneeling Bob Salter, Arnold Monning, Bob Boi ley, Jock Katolinos, Gilbert Smit h I o N S J U N I o R V A R S I T Y C H A M p S FINAL STANDINGS OF INTERSCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE Cri s t o b a l High Balboa Hi gh Junior College Won l os t 5 4 1 The Junior Varsity Champions: Bock row, left to right Manoger Jim Doyle Jomes Scheibeler, Cookie Togoropulos, Topper Didi e r Jody Rob e rson Dudl e y Smith Billy P rice Coach luke Palumbo. Kneel i ng les Rinehart, J ohn Hatgi Andrew Bleokl ey, Nick lomis, Don Smith 70

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1 Arnold Monning 6 Jimmy Scheib e l e r 2 Bob Boiley 7 Jock Koto'inal 3 Skippy Anderson 8 Talmadge So :I e r 4. Roy Wilson 9 leo Constonline 5 Vernon Bryant 10. Gilbert Smilh

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T H E T I G E R C H A M p I o N 5 T H E B ASEBALL C H AMPIONS : Standing left t o righ t Skip Andenon, Bil l Price Bob Solter, Vernon Bryont Art Blades, Tom Salte r Bob Bailey Wolter Kuhrt Kneeling, Richard So a o John Holgi, Bob Groce, Gil Smith L e i Rinehart, Arnol d Manning. ( inset, T ommy Hughes) FINAL INTERSCHOLASTIC BASEBALL STANDINGS Won L ost P el C ristobal H igh 5 83 4 Balboa Hig h .50 0 Junior College 5 1 66 Coach Luke Palumbo A typical t wilight game 5cene 72

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Walter Kuhrt John Hatgi. Don Ponde r Vernon Bryant, Bob Bailey. Tomm y Hughes. Paul Whit:ack. Arnold Manning. Talmadge Sol ler. George B ennett. Don Mcloughlin. Roy Wil son. John Anderson. Gilbe rt Smith Rob e rt Salte r The C-Clu b o f Cri stoba l is to athletes w hat th e H o nor S o ciet y is t o scholars. In order to b ecome 0 member of th e club you m u s t l e tt e r in a Varsi t y s port and be vot ed in b y t he Club mem b ers The offi cers for the year 1951 1952 were P res i den t P aul Whitlock; Vice-President. Ar nold Manning. an d Secr e tary-T reasurer R o y W ilson The G irls' Varsi t y C l u b is an a thletic organization to promote good sportsman ship. Girls who make two all stor teams during the year are i nvited to join the club. T he cl u b h as one of the largest group s it h as h a d i n years Under th e leadership of Jocquie Boyl e -Ann Vice -President. Mary Hannigan S e c retory. Nancy Tre a surer. and a triumvi rate of sponsors Keenon. Karige r and Fielder. th e club has accomplished much this y ear. The m e m o b e rs include Joanne Reccia Dora Weich. len e v e Dough. N e lli e Holgerson Nancy Kariger. Margaret Ridge. lois Scheid egg, Arlene Lim. Mildred Mar quard. J eannefle McKea ..... n JulielG l e ..... is. Nidio Olive r and Alice Hannigan.

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Won 5 L o s t 2 Left T o righI, fronl row : J eanne tt e McKeown Ardis Willoughby. Caplain, Kat h ry n Argo Left 10 righI, back row: Virgini a Kam Mar th o Graham, D ora W e ich H e l e n e d e Boyrie, Carol N ewhar d Won 4 l os t 3 left 1 0 right: N i d i a Oliver, Els a Ferna n d e z Ela in e Sie vers. J ean S h a nk Ann Th omas, J oan H o lgerson, Barba r o E g olf. Pol Roddy. Margoret R i dge. Gwe n Korig e r Ann Stapler. Fran! : Joa n n e R ecci a C a ptain. 7-... 4 Won 6 L os t 1 left 10 righI, fron l row: L ois Scheidegg, Judy Ramirez, Vilm a Rodrigue z J e a n McDa ni e l Ame l i o Bernorde z left T O righI bock row: N e llie H o lgerson. S h ei!o McNamee, Mary Ann Honnigan C o p T a in louise Ed mon s o n Carmen D u c ru e l Won 5 L o s t 2 left 10 righT, fronl row : S y l via Dinkgreve, B e tt y Fle nnik e n L e neve D ough Capta i n Joanne Parsons Left 10 righI, bock row: Me r ce des P e terson D ione McLoren Barba r a H i ckey. D i one Scheidegg. Jocquie Boyle 76

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7ea-3 Won 3 los t 4 l eft 1 0 r i g hi : Mary Bro s sell, Arlene Von dergrift. Corlene To b e r Pol Kelley, Gi n e tt e Wochtel. Noncy Korig e r Rub y Pabon, Janice Ronkin Fronl : Mildr e r Mar quard Captain Won 2 los t 5 left 1 0 righl fronl row : Marie Fraser, Charle n e Turn e r Carol George, J e a nine Nix -Coptoin, B e tty Torr, Muri e l Morland, Margore t Joudrey. left f a righl bock row: Noney Sasso Marieha Togoropulos lydia Sogondores, Shirl e y B eck.ham. Velvio Bringos. E sth e r Reynolds, Elena L e e 77 7ea-6 Won 2 l o s t 5 L eft 10 righl. f r o nt row: J eanne Yandle. Yolanda P enoherrero, Kor e n Stroop COpIO!n Horrie t Burke. Elaine O Ho yer. left 1 0 r ighl bock ro w : Julieta L e wi s June Rowley, Arl e n e l i m Noncy Ram sey. M orcy Rudge. A u rora Lim. 7ea-, Won 1 L o s t 6 Left 1 0 rig h T fronT row : Pal Shank, L e ol i o Bail e y Paula Holg e r son, Pam Hawtho rn e Virginia Dignam, Lolt y Stev-enlOn leh 1 0 righT b a ck row : Maydele Gardne r B e t ty Smith Captai n I rma L ei g n o d ier.

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Lefl 1 0 right, Front row : N e llie Holge r s on Margaret Ridge, co-captain, Jacquie Bayl e, Nancy Karig e r Jeannette McKeown. Left to righI, bock row: Joanne R e ccia, COc.aptain, Mary Hannigan. Joanne Parsons, Leneve Dough Karen Stroop. NOT pictured: Dara Weich and Arlen e Lim. The S League was unable t o make head way in the 1951 Valley boll contes ts. H owever, they played hard and losl both games by very small scores Coaching the "B" League was Miss Fielder and capt ains were M ildre d Marquard and Ann T homas GAME SCO RES Cristobal 23 Balboa 2S Cristobal 22 Balboa 23 LEAGUE STAND IN GS Balboa Cristobal The "A" League tied for the championship with B a I b a a H i g h School in the Interscho lastic games in 1951. "An League Coach was Mrs. Lee Kariger and captains were Joanne Reccia and Margaret Ridge. GAME SCORES Cristobal 3 4 vs. Balboa 24 Cristobal72 YS. College 8 Balboa 3 S Vi. Cristobal 2 S Cristobal 63 Vi. Colle g e 9 LEAGUE S T A N D INGS Cristobal Balboa College Left TO righ T Front row: Coral Newhard. I rma L eignadier. Mildre d Marquard, cocaptain D ione Scheidegg. Ann T homas. co-capt ain. l eft 10 rig h I Bock row: Alic e H a nnigan, Merce des P e t erso n Betty Smith, Juli e ta L ew is, Ruby Pabon, L ois Sch e id egg. Nol pictured: Aurora L i m 78

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The "Bees," with Mildred Marquard pitching, copped another Softboll chompionship to be undefeoted for th e third consecutive year. Mildred Marquard and Ann Thomo s co capt ained the team while Miss Fielder coached the team. Joan Holgerson was manager. The /I A" Leag ue, with the pitching of I rma Leignodier and Joanne Reccia, come 0ut with th e Softboll Chompionship by defeoting BHS by the scores of 10-3 ond 6-3. Cocaptains were Jacquie Boyle and Irma Leignadi er. Coachin g th e team to victory was Miss Yvonne Fielder. Manager was Joan Holgerson. Pic tured left to righI, Fron l row: Jacquie Boyle I r m a leignodier, Dora Weich, Nancy Koriger. Middl e row : Joanne R eccia, A rl e n e lim, Jeannette McKeown Nancy Ramsey. Bock row: N ellie Holger so n len eve Dough, Mary Hannigan, Margaret R idge. left to right, Front row: Mildred Marquard. CoCaptoin. A l ice Hannigan. Julieta l e wis. Ni di o Oliver. E lsa fernan dez:. Aurora lim, Ann Thoma$ CoCoptai n Bock row: Betty Smith Dion e Scheidegg. L oui$e Edman$on, C a ro l Newhard. lois Scheidegg. 8 0

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Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ame r ica, and all the s h ips a t sea. L e t s g o t o press. T his is Crissy Crincholl bringing you the latest head l ines and worl d news over radio C. H. S. Broadway small talk-Jean Wong, f a mous actress now s t a r ri n g i n "A T rolleycar Named Wishful Thinking, has hired as her personal eyebrow archer, Yolanda Diez formerly NGM's tap make-up artist.-New con du c tor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchest ra, Francisco Wong, w ill presen t a t th e Monaca Square Garden, Jose Balquin s acclaimed new opera, "Cativa," s tarring Blanche Bland famed coloratura saprana.-Overheard in Noel McGinn' s hat-dog stand a t t he carner of 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, T ha t eccentric playboy, Roy Wilson, has misplaced one of his Cadi llacs again." First reports f r om the Pan American Olympics held in Panama a t t he re quest of Irma Leignadier, first woman president of the Republic-Don Mc Laughlin took first place in the extemporaneous disser tation ma r a thon.F L AS H-we interrupt t his program to bring to you the sta rt l i ng news t hat Paul Whit lock, All-American guard at T exas A & M for ten years, has f inall y graduated. When asked abo ut his future plans, Paul said he hoped to g row rases for the Rase Bawl game .... Back t o the O lympics-Br ing i ng h o me g l a r y were Aldo Pileri who wan the 5-mile dash, and Allen Blaney who copped th e "Throwing the Bull contest. For t he fema l e part in the spectacle, Joann" Reccia brake the world's knitting record by completing a sack and mi tte n in 7V2 minutes. Swimming the Panama Canal while reading Carol Coleman' s book, "My Experiences in a Coal Mine" was France s Geri. Margaret Ridge wan the In-Between Hurdle" race and tied for second place in the law-diving eve n t with Mary Ann Hannigan, ping-pang champion of 19 61. Around the U. S. A.-T he eminent psychiatrist, Dr. Jeanine Nix ( f a mous for her invention of the synthetic brain) has been called to examine F r eshman Walter Kuhrt at UCLA at the reques t of Dea n Henry Lawrance who i s con cerned as to the loca t ion of Kuhr t's cerebrum.-The dance an d ball e t s tudios of Arnold Manning now stand in a heap of ashes. The fron t steps were miraculously saved by Boston's new Fire Commissioner Joanne Parsons C ove r ing the story in person was Bob Blakel y, ace reporter, photograph e r e d i t o r and owner of the "Nightly Moan."-Anne Stapler, mortician of Death Valley, Calif., brake into the headlines when she disembalmed t he mummy of Queen 82

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Xytabunyaf Egypt.-Fort Leavenworth-At the request of Colonel Terry McNamee, in charge of modern army supp lies for improving military life, the new automatic 3-cornered garment changer invented by Gay Burgess Whisnant and Sonia Weich Dietrich will be demonstrated at the home of Jacquie Boyle Croftinskivitch, mother of eleven.-Boston, Massachusetts-Ardis Willoughby, au t ho r of "Al ways Ebony, has just finished her new novel, T he Bean and I," which artistic Pat Howard illustrated with appropriate caricotures.-San Francisco-Bob Granberry, lawyer, has consented to be legal counsel for Rita Howard, winner of the Acodemy Award for her part in the movie, The Silent Singer," which was directed by Ted Englebright, head of "Ye Olde Cinema S tudio."-L ouisville, Kentucky-Elena Lee, first woman jockey, won the Ken tucky Derby riding "Swayback," owned by Gilbert Smith of E & U Horse Forms -Washington, D. c.-Gwen Kariger took over Nancy Ramsey s position as assistant to the notional order of filibusterers. Nancy is nOw working with Jeanne Yandle writing campaign jingles for senators and representot ives.New Orleans, Louisiono-Nidia Oliver, ombossodoress from Panama and Pearl Herrera, ambossodoress from Colombia, arrived to visit Margarita Barcenas queen of this year's Mardi Gros.-North Carolina-Martha Graham, Army wife, won the fabulous jackpot on Cliff Hayward' s radio p rogram, Halt the Opera." Foreign News-Leneve Dough and Betty Flenniken well known archeologis ts, report progress in their attempts to dig up C leopatra' s toenail. This p r oj ect was attempted some years ago by Nobel Prize winner for his work in science, John fahnestock. Panama, Canal Zone-Talmadge Salter just received word of his appointment placing him in command of all the M. P.'s in the Pana ma Area.-Keith Moumblow has just announced that he will go down the Amazon searching for the largest snipes in histo r y. Rumor has it that this hot tip came from Jungl e Jeb Wilkerson.-N ome Alaska-Helen Edwards and Diane Dare modele d the newest fashions this season from Nellie Holgerson's Fash ions a nd Models Supreme" to the E skimos.-The renowned dancers, Margot Gomila and Elsa Fernandez presen t ed their original ballet, starring Jack Katalinas, b ro t he r of the "velvet throat" crooner, Joe Katalinas. Bac k to t he U. S A.-At the Army-Navy game last week, leading Navy's proud cheering section was Karen Stroop, recen tly voted t he girl with whom I'd most like to be lost at sea." Making mos t of the touchdowns for Navy was anchor-m an, Bob Bailey The spectacular ha l f-time display included the p resentation of West Point's d ream girl, Dora Weich and the outstanding performance of t he West Point Band's star cornetist, Salvador Aleguas. This is Crissy Crincholl wishing you a palm farewe ll. 83

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First row Yolondo Diez, N ellie Holgerson, Jacquie Bayle, Nancy R a msey Mary Ann Hannigan and Karen Stroop Second Joanne Reccia, Ardis Willoughby, Joanne Parsons, Len eve Dough, J onine N ix, and Mercedes Peterson Third R o w : David Rub elli Jeb Wilkerson, Terry McNamee, R oy Wilson, Don Mclaughlin, and F rancisco Wang. NOT picTured : Bob Granberry ond Frances Geri. Stall Special mention shou ld also be given to our 50 some advertise r s wi thou t whose generous financial help, i t would be impossible to publis h this yearbook. This 1952 Caribbean would indeed be i ncomplete without send ing out a most sincere "thanks" to Jorge E. Sosa for his incomparable senior, j unior, and Hall of Fame pictures to Mr. M K. Bailey and Mr. R K. Hanna for their superb snaps h ots, to David Rubelli and Don McLaughlin, the staff photographers, along with all other C.H.S .' ers who sent in snaps Congratul a t ions ore in order for the Becktold Company of St. Louis, Missouri, for their fine covers, and to the St. Petersbu r g Pri nting Company and the Southern Engra v ing Company, both of Sf. Petersbu r g Florida. Also to the faculty and students of Cri stobal High School a n d to all the many Tiger Boosters, we are ver y grateful for your h e lp

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87 Manufacturers Also of the BOTTLES, TOO, NEED SUN GLASSES That's why we put Orallgc Crush into a pr otecti v e, amber, flavo r -g u a rdin g boule. For sun light penetrates plain o rdin a r y bottles-steals away the flavo r and leaves the beverage flat tastin g and in s ipid. But i n the patented, amber Or a n ge-Crus h borcIe flavor is protected aga inst harmful lig ht-c ays-like your eyes are pr ot eCted by sun glasses. This flavorg u arding bottle guarantees th e origin a l goodness of a grand fresh fruit drink B est Ice Cream On Th e I sthmus

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Compliments of Congratulations to the GRADUATES STEAMSHIP AGENTS CRISTOBAL MARGARITA CIVIC COUNCIL Cristobal Meets First Monday of Every Month Margarita Clubhouse 7 :30 p m PUBLIC INVITED Complime nts of {!ia. S. A. The Ilea always a H e Iho l his children w ill more t han l ikely go t o the KODAK, PANAMA, LTD. FILM SUPPLIES FILM COLORED GUIDE FLASH-GUNS CAMERAS PRINTING MATERIALS Arboix Building Colon No. 98 Central Ave. Panama Balb oa 88

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Compl i men t s of Compliments of CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION FUERZAYlUZ Cristobal, C. Z. "Mother. asked Don Smi th, "does worry make wrinkles?" "Yes ch ild." his mother replied, "It certainly does." Balboa C. Z. __________ W e _II_ _he_ _."_ D O S_ _O"_,,_",_ed, "rO r i sin m _u,_ _be_ w o _,,_ ie d -= 9 'O P _"'_ _________ ---, 89 Panomo, R P Avenido Centrol 34 Plaza Sonia Ana Compliments of Compliments of John Surany Colon, R P Colle 11 frenle AI Comi soriolo 11 th and Fron t Colon I sneezed 0 snee z e int o the air, I I fell t o the ground I lnew not where, B u t hard and cold were the looks of those In whose vicinity! snooze. PANAMA AUTOS, S. A. OLDSMOBILE AND PACKARD AUTOMOBILES T elephone 77 Sixteenth Street Melendez Avenu e Colon R de P

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4 EAST 39TH. NEW YORK, N. Y. PROUDLY SALUTES CRISTOBAL CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOl TEAM Equipped Wilh BROOKS FOOTBAll SHOES RAWLINGS FOOTBAll EQUIPMENT MARTIN B GlASGAll Isthmian Representative P O Box 3117 Panama City 90

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GOOD LUCK to the Gold ond Blue of 52 CABLES and RADIO INCORPORATED * Colon Store JOSE MARIA GONZALEZ Agents in Colon "Al ways 01 your service." B ox 187 7108 Boli var Avenue l a dy: "Can you give me a room and bOlh?" H o ler Manager: "I con give you a fOom blJ: you will hove t o toke your own bOl h JI Best of Everything to the Class of '52 KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS CRISTOBAL COUNCIL NO. 16B9 T e l ephone 421 Colon ESPAVE AVENUE MARGARIT A C. z 92

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McMILLAN and EAGAN INC 0 R P 0 RAT E 0 "Good Service For Good Cors COLON 93

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C o l o n CONGRA TUL A nONS TO THE C LASS OF 1 952 ITALIAN LINES STEAMSHI'P CO. Cristobal 3 -2464 LOllie 1 0 B o b : I admit I was wrong, but if you really loved me you' d apologize." Compliments of SALAZAR 7:)'U) StMe MADUROS Junior Miss Wearing Apparel and Sports Clothes Panama Nina hod 0 lillie (or. The cor was pointed red B est Wishe s to the C l oss of '52 Colon R d e P Estinol for skin oilments Front S t reet And everywhere Ihol Nino wen I The cops picked up Ihe dead. C o lon The FRENCH BAZAAR The Most Talked-about Gift Store on the Isthmus!" JUAN PALOMERAS C olo n The lightning bug is brilliont, but hos n any mind, He flutters through e :xislence wit h hi s h eadlight on behind Compliments of Captain C B. !=enton 94

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CIVA DE COLON, s. A. Your frien dly Pontiac, Cadi llac and GMC Dealer in Co l on 1 6 th and Melendez Phone 1369 Morlho Graham gal o n the crowded Galun bus welh Coral Newhard and said in 0 loud voice I wish Ihol good looking boy would gve me his seat." and Terry MeN., Henry L Noel MeG .. .. __________________________ __, Compliments of WONG CHANG, S GENERAL H ARDWARE Colon Panama Diner: "Wailer, why does I ho T hound sit nexT 1 0 my Tobie and growl? {}ampl.imenh of 74, e PARI S ?14J4
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Colon The lobel That S ig nifies Quality Panama Rest i n C omforf a t The WASHinGTOn HOTEl The Best in Service and F ood Dinner Dances on Specia l Occasion s Telephon e 3 2116 Miss liter (in assembly, seeing Henry chewing gum and with his fee t aut i n th e aisle ) Henry, take th a t gum aut of your mou T h and put your f ee t in. 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 96

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97 Co mplim e nts to the C l oss of '52 from EL LAVAMATICO Colon s Faste s t laundry Service 8054 11th Str e et Colon Phones: 1462 8362 8365 Congrot ulotions 10 the Closs of '52 Royal Netherlands Steam Ship Company COlON, R DE P Talmadge, "What would you say if I t hrew 0 k iss t o you?" Merced es: I'd soy you were the la z ies t boy I ever knew! M. A. s. A. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILES 16th and Central Avenue Colon Telephon e 7 4 Colan

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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY GREAT WHITE FLEET Reiwu-t.d, <70 /5ewe .,(/me/I.i.ccU UNITED FRUIT BUILDING CRISTOBAL PHONE 3 2 1 2 1 Offices CENTURY CLUB PANAMA CITY PHONE 523 524 The trouble with being 0 good sport is thol you hove 10 l ose i n order to prove i l NATIONAL "Best in Rest M e l e nd ez A v enu e B e t wee n 1 D t n and 11 I n Street s C o l o n The Standard Fruit & Steall1ship Co. Vacarro Line With E very Success to the Graduating Class of 1952 98

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99 Bes t W i s hes t o the Class of "52" H as the pl easur e of offer ing t o you the best service REFRESHMENTS AND SELFSERVICE ond food under sanita r y condi t ions. 80 4 3 9 t h St a nd Melendez A ve T ele p hone 13 99 POHOOMUll BROTHERS and PALACIO GANDHI l i n e n $ P e rfume$ All K ind$ of furnitur e 52 a n d 54 F ront Street C olon R P. Visitor, "Live here 011 your life? Native, "Don' t know, oin dead yet." Compliments of JACKSON Smoll boys don't look in t he mirror after wash i ng fa see if their faces are clean. They look at the towel. COLON MOTORS, Inc. Dist ribu t o r s Dodge D e So t o and Motor Port s and Accessories 10001 10th Street Colan R P Phone 4 92-J Colon

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Best Wishes to the Graduotes of 1952 Terminales Panama, S. A. you suffer from insanity?" 0, I enloy every minute of il. Congratulations GRADUATES CUtlal ZOlle Police Association A cockrooch was runnin 01 unopened cracker b 9 d g reat speed across Ihe lOp of on OJ(, on another one was Irying 1 0 keep up Complimen t s of CHICAGO RESTAURANT Glrl$ in high schoo l ore 01 two slrol oTho se wilh doles and those wilh T e l e fono 239 Compliment s o f B ox 3 18 JOYERIA EL SOL E l io l Mizrochi C olle 9 1002 Col o n R P 1u. the CLa&t u!r 1952 THANK YOU! HERFFJONE S is Proud to Hove been Chosen to Manufact ure Y our C lass Ring HERFF -JONES Company R epresent e d b y E A. l ewis Colle Estudiantes No. 136 Bo x 3387, Panama 100

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101 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ClASS OF 52 THE PANAMA CANAL TARPON CLUB GATUN, CANAL ZONE B!anche Bland awoke ned QuI 01 0 d eep $Ieep protesting drow$ily. "Oh dear! I hove losl my place in my dream. JrUn ZjCU1/t . ASSOCIATION Because "In un ion t here is s trength" CANAL ZONE CENTRAL LABOR UNION METAL TRADES COUNCIL Wolter Wagne r President Box 123 Balboa T el. 2 -3408 E W Hotch ett S e cretor y 80x 305 Bolb o o T el. 2 177 9 Monthly Meetings E very Third Sundo y 8 30 A.M. E ven months Balboa lodge Hall. Odd month s -Margarita Clubhouse.

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