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1953


CARIBBEAN


fampiled and edited ti tde
Halls of Cristobal High School


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MR. IKE C. PALU'MBO


TO THE "FIGHTINGEST TIGER" OF 'EI ALL.

COACH LUKE PALUMBO, WHO HAS BR)OGII T
TO CRISTOBALI HIGH FAME. FORT)I'\NE AND
MANY CHAMPIONSHIPS . TO H11 AND HIS
NEVER-SAY -DIE SPIRIT. WE FONDLY DEI)ICATE

THE 1953 CARIBBEAN







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THE STAFF *4 4aed aeL d t xu
Co-editors .......Lois SCHEIDEGG AND NANCY KARIGER
Staff Photographer ......... ........... JM SCHEIBELER
Art Editor .............. ......... ........ .... ROBERT GRACE
Business Manager ...... ........ ....Loi SCHEIDEGG
Sponsor................... ............. DOROTHY SMIT


Kathr n Argo
Bob Bingham
Tom Catanzaro
James Doyle
Barbara Egolf
Mary Hall
Louise Jones


Arlene Lim
Mildred Marquard
Ruby Pabon
Max Pretto
Dick Reed
Leslie Rinehart
Don Ponder


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"I recommend you to
take care of the minutes.
for the hours till take
care of themselves."


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PRINCIPAL
Mr. Paul L. Beck
"He Times" Time


Ifi-s Vilina Rosaiiia, SecretarY
-She Keeps Ti,,,e"










THE TIMEKEEPERS


Mr. Edward Ben-aic
Science 7; Arithmetic 7 U',1
versity of Florida B.S. in Edu-
cation


Miss Adamary Anderson
U.S. History, Girls' Counselor, Ameri-
can Problems; B.A. Florida State Col-
ege; M.A. University of Michigan
















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Mr. Raymond E. Crimmel
Woodwork, Jr. and Sr. High; Driving
Class Instructor; Scottsbluff Jr. Col-
ege; B.S. in Education; University of
Nebraska; Colorado State College of
Education


Mr. Jacques Cook
Algebra II, Plane Geometry, Gen-
eral Math; Miami University, Oxford,
Ohio; Graduate work at Ohio State
University; B.S. in Education









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Sgi. J. B. Coffin
p,2,T, E company adviser;
Jr . .,, :.f Rochester, New
-:r4 1U Navy; Army train-
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B.A. University ol Missouri;
M.A. University of Missouri



Mr. Eugene Gregg
Social Studies 7 & 8; A.A.Canal Zone
Junior College; B.A. Colorado State .


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Miss Yvonn. t *,irIiI
Coach, Health, .. i. J ..
High Gym; San Jus Jiluli
College; A.B. in Physical Edu-
cation.


Mr. Benjamin R.
Goodhead
Chemistry, Physics, Solid Geo-
metry; B.S. Colo. A & M; M.
Ed. Colo. A & M; Denver U.,
Denver, Colo.; Colo. State
College of Ed., Greeley,
Colo.; No. Idaho College of
Ed., Lewiston, Idaho




Mr. Noel Gibson
Metal Shop, Mechanical Drawing;
B.S. Bradley University, Peoria, Illi-
nois







Mr. Oswald Jorstad
Instrumental Music, Vocal Music; B.A. Con-
cordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota; B M
Concordia Conservatory of Music, Forgor
North Dakota; MA University of Michiganr
Ann Arbor, Michigan


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Mi- IBe- Lilter
English 11 & 12, Randolph Macon
Women s College, BA University of
West \Viriniu I. M A Untvrsity of
West V:rginlo Candcldat for Ph D
at New Yoi Univ-isity


Mrs. Patriria Hlussey
D~ al Studies 8, Household
rts 8 & 9, BS Indiana Uni-
versity


Capt. J. W. Hu scy
ROTC instructor; University of
Indiana, B S. Army commis-
sion, Ft Bragg, North Caro-
lina. OCS, Camp Davis, North
Carolina, Officers Advanced
Course, Fort Benning, Georgiar


Mr. Paul Moser
Coach, East Stroudsburg,
Pennsylvania, Buc knell
University


Sgt. J. G. McLaughliii
Co "F" Adviser, ROTC. D il
Team Instructor, Basic, Ft
Knox, Universiiy of Missis-
sippi, ROTC School, University
of Mississippi 4 service schools
in the A my


Mr. Carl Maedl
Biology, Boys' Sponsor; Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University, New York
City


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Mr. Luke Palhmiho
Coach, Health Gym, B S Maryville
State Teachers College, Maryville
Missouri


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Miss Sophie Mc.loians
Cafeteria, Household Arts, B S Uni-
versity of Wyoming, University of
California


Mrs. Stella Hitfkohl
Spanish 7, English 8, B.A New York
University, MA Teachers College,
Columbia University


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Miss Veve Sasse
Business Training, Shorthand, Ad-
vanced and Elementary Typing, S.A.
Accountant; A.B. Nebraska State
Teachers College; M.A. Colorado
State College of Education, Greeley,
Colorado


Mr. Carl Serger
English 7 & 8 & 9; A.B C:l.
orado State College of Educa-
tion, Greeley, Colorado


Mr. Howard Sinder
Algebra 9; General Science; New York
University (Washington Square College of
Arts and Sciences) B.A.; New York Uni-
versity Graduate School of Education; M.A.


Mr. Charles Wallace
French 10, Spanish 9 & 11, Latin 8;
Daniel Baker College; Brownswood,
Texas; M.A. University of Texas, Aus-
tin, Texas; Further study at University
of Chicago; McGill University at Mon-
treal, Canada; National University of
Mexico, Mexico City


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Miss Mary J,.aiiim,. -
Wiesen
Early World History, English
7, Social Studies 7; College of
St. Scholostica, Duluth, Min-
nesota, B,A.
(Capl. E. J. Wilson
ROTC Instructor; OCS, Fort Sill, Okla-
homo: Combat Training. Africa, Italy,
Korea, Austria, France, Germany,
Japan


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Mr. James E. Stearns
Modern World History, Spanish 8 &
10; B.S. in Education, University of
Florida; M.A. University of Florida;
Graduate work, University of Costa
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Miss Mae Wold
Arithmetic 7 & 8; B.A. Valley City
State Teachers College, Volley City,
North Dakota



















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Mr,. Dorothy Smith
a1..:. 1 1 Journalism; A.B.
hio Northern University;
A. Denver University;
rather study in Columbia
diversity, New York


































li-s Mary Worrell
eniary and Advanced, 7
Art, English 9; B.S. Uni-
ityof Missouri; M.S. North-
ern University; Further
y at California School of
s and Crafts, Berkeley,
fornia


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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY









NMI! Ho\ time has flow n! Just four short %ears ago under the comn-
petent guidance of President Shirley Trudeau. the class of "53 made its
debut in C.H.S. TheN made a lasting impression on the faculty and the
student hod\ with their fine assembly. dance, and other programs. All
this was accomplished with the aid of sponsor Mr. Paul E\ ancoe.

The sophomore Near was opened with a resounding trouncing of the
newlv adopted freshmen in the traditional frosh-soph brawl bh the score
of 85-32. Class sponsor Mr. Oscar Bixb\ was the master mind behind the
\ictorv. Polio cancelled many if the planned activities but the sophies
produced a well-appreciated talent assembly and had a hand in mIan\ of
the school's variouss drives and other functions.

As juniors. the graduates to be of '53 presented an inspiring assem-
hbl concerning the Independence of Panama. I under the leadership of
Vernon Br ant. class president. and sponsor Mr. Merlin I)a\eN and Miss
Bess Liter. an outstanding Junior-Senior Prom was given in honor of
the seniors. It was also at this time. that the election of S.A. officers took
place. Three class members were elected to the various positions for
the forthcoming Near. They were Carl Pinto. President: nn Thomas.
Secretary. and Leo Constantine. Treasurer.

With the arrival of the school \ear "52-'53 the newl -become seniors
displayed wise judgment with the selection of Leslie Iinehart as class
president. Les and Mr. Cook. senior advisor. proved an able pair as
their combined talents enabled the seniors to put o\er an interesting and
enlightening program on Theodore Roose elt and a memorable Christmas
Dance. The final year found the towering seniors leading the wav in
nearly\ ever\ school acti\it\.







GINETTE WACHTEL
Metz, France
January 8, 1935
"Intelligent and co-operative"
Dramatic Club 4; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3,
4; All Stars 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All Stars 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bad-
minton 1, 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Pep Club 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; Vice
Pres., 4; Sr. Class Treas.; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Committees 1, 3, 4; Mock Elections
4; Thespian Play, "Gramercy Ghost"
4.


LESLIE RINEHART
"Bundle"
Manthattan. .New T ork
July 5. 193.
"The spark plug in the C.H.S.
ba:ter "
Camera Club 1; "C" Club 2, 3, 4;
Swimming 1; Football 1, 2; Varsity 3,
4; Basketball 1; Jr. Varsity 2, 3; Var-
sity 4; Baseball 1; Varsity 2. 3. 4; Sr.
Class Pres.; Jr. Rifle Club 3; Studert
Council 3; Tradewind 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Hall Duty 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
ROTC 2; Debate Club 2, 3; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Key West; Hall of
Fame 4; Exchange Student 3; All-
Opponent 4; Bowling 3, 4; Football
Court 4, Braow Coach.
















ELIZABETH MARY TARR

(oloun. Ipublir of Panama
\ugu-t 22. 193:-
". ur,nle'ril s intmner. with a
attitndh""
Dromaic Club 3, 4; Vice Fres Sr.
loss, Swimming 1, 3, 4; Volleyball
1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball I, 2, 3, 4; F. T A. 3, 4;
Library Ass't. 4; Pep Club 2; Glee
Club 2, 3, Torrid Zone Wizards 2,
3, 4; Mock Elections 3, 4; Thespian
Play, "Gromercy Ghost" 4; "Good-
bye, My Fancy" 4.


MARGARET JANE JOUDREY
"Margie"
Ft. William. Ontario, Canada
October 31. 1936
i/',. ,p poised, and punctual"
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians
3, 4; Historian 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
President 4; Sr. Class Sec. 4; Basket-
ball 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,
3, 4; Sec. Treas. 3; Library Ass't. 4;
Student Council 3; Pep Club 1, 2;
Hall Duty 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Exchange Student 3;
Swimming 1, 3; Thespian Plays,
"Black Flamingo" 2; "Meet Corliss
Archer" 3; "Gramercy Ghost" 4;
"Goodbye, My Fancy" 4; Hall of
Fame 4.


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Kathryn Ann Argo
"Shorty"
Granil Coulh'e. \a-liingtion
July 16. 193.)
"The miodel-tipe u ith ai u inning smile
and ai c ollin ol'd tilln II In.s.


Volleyball 1, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 4; Jr.
Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. 4;
Secretary 4; Glee
Club 2, 3, Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2,
3, 4; Quill and Scroll
4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Tradewind Staff 4;
Committees L, 3, 4;
Jr-Sr. Prom 3; Com-
mencement and Bac-
caloureate 3; "Good-
bye, My Fancy" 4;
Thespians 4. Dramatic
Club 4; Mock Elections
3, 4


"C" Club 4. Baseball
3, 4, Varsity 3, 4;
Basketball 2, Commit-
tees 4


S "- y Arthur Francis Blades
S"Alrt"
.. (.,n:on. RepuIbli' ,f Panama
i \u n-t 1ft. 1931

I" ni,'e Joe. u th bi1if/ii oin the
'V 'vt So;.nt
4 t-n


Anselimo Arias
"'.lito"
Colon. Rciiiublic of 'anama
Felbruarn 28. 1933
"Hlieri(es o ifhe tra'ik: inerinan ,i
the i1ater"


"C" Club 3, 4, Swim-
ming I, 2, 3, 4; Vars-
ity 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,
3, 4, Varsity 3, 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity
4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4,
ROTC 2, 3, Drill Team
3; Stage Crew 1, 3,
Committees 2, 3, 4.


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Football 2, Basketball
2, 3. Softball 2, 3


(eorge Ernesl Bennett
"- -hirlntray'n
Orangii, N-.ew Jfr-r\
March 1. 1935
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"C" Club 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 2; Football 1, 2,
3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3,
4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 3; Varsity 3,
F.T.A. 3; 21 Club 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cycle Club 4; Secy. 4,
Band 4, ROTC 3, 4,
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4.


Camera Club I, 2. 3,
"C Club 2, 3, 4, Pres-
Ident 4, Frosh Class
President, Football 1,
2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2,
3, 4, Fasketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Varsity 1, 3, 4,
Track 4, Softball 1, 2,
Baseball 3, 4, Varsity
3, 4; Student Council
2; ROTC 2, 3, 4, Com-
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4;
"Mother is a Fresh
man" 3, All Zone Foot
ball Team 2, 3. 4, Hall
of Fame 4


Vernoin uIle Bryant
"Beer"
Sa 'lng. ( o ,rgia
\lanrh 12, 19]:;-
"The main o in thi' tlootb//ll u er


Ihoimas Francis Brienan
"Butcah"
At. (n. (.anal z.ol2

"Ain ctfsi -gr/lt/ tcc//-nIn (t'er ld igll


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Robert William Donahue
"Bee"
Brooklyn, New York
August 16, 1934
"Quiet with a touch of the old Irish."


Football 1, 2, 3; Bas-
ketball 1, 2; Varsity
3; Band 1.


Orchestra 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Hall of Fame


Judith Eleanor Chan
"Judy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
October 30. 1935
"Diminititre. studious, laughs
easily.


Leonidas Aristidis Constantino
"Leo"
Colon. Republic of Panama
March 31. 1935
"Ifit and iuisdomn with military
sense.


Jr. Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,
4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
S.A. Treas. 4; Basket-
ball 1; J. V. Basketball
2; Varsity 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2; Football 1,
2; Varsity 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 4; 21
Club 2, 3; Student
Council 4; Glee Club
1, 4; Hall Duty 2, 3;
Debate Club 2; Stage
Work 1, 2, 3; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC
2, 3, 4; Bm. Com-
mander 2; Hall of
Fame 4; Honor Society
4.


James Norwood Doyle
"Pickles"
Colon, Republic of Panama
January 18, 1936
"The biggest little senior in CHS."


"C" Club 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity Mgr. 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3; 21 Club
1, 2, 3; Student Coun-
cil 1, 2; Tradewind 4;
Caribbean 4; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Thes-
pian Plays, "Gramercy
Ghost" 4.


Barbara Ann Egolf
Colon, Republic of Panama
August 20, 1935
"Cute. reliable and chic!"


Football 1, 2; Softball
2, 3; Basketball 2, 3;
ROTC 2, 3, 4; Comit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Pro-
jector Operator 2, 3,
4; Cycle Club 4; Mock
Elections 4; Hall of
Fame 4.


Dramtic Club 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A.
3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club 3;
Pep Club 3; Glee Club
2, 3; Caribbean Staff
4; Tradewind 4; Hall
Duty 3; Committees 1,
2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.


I.eslie Wyatt Croft, Jr.
"S.essi'"
Norfolk, Virginia
Scplrtember 8. 1935
"The man with the car and the
clothes!"














Football 4; Varsity 4;
Committees 4; Queen's
Court 4; Mock Elec-
tions 4.


James Walter Everett
"Jim"
Slila ar,- City. Delaware
Decemnibr 19. 1935
"Good humored and quick retorts.


Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity 1, 2, 3. 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2; Baseball 3,
4; Varsity 3, 4; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1,
2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; "C" Club 2,
3, 4; Student Council
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Hall Duty I,
2; Committees 1, 2,
3, 4; Official Fresh-
man-Sophomore Brawl
4, All Canal Zone
Football 3, 4.


Robert Gary (race
"Crazy legs"
NSrt ork, Nrw lork
January 11. 1933
"His tlents aire spread oter inotinl
fields.'"


Henrietta Mercerdes Ferri
"Henna"
Cri.tobal. Canal Zone
January 28. 1936
"Quiet with a droll sense of humor.


F.T.A. 3, 4; Jr. Rifle
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Or-
chestra 3, 4; Mock
Elections 4,


Jr Rifle Club 3, 4;
Varsity 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 4, Swimming 4.


Darell Chadlow Greene
"Dare"
Coin, t. Public of Panama
Augu-t 25. 1935
"Indiridualist uith definite ideas."


Charles Alfred Gerchow
"Charlie"
lnca- d1'l Two
Reptpulic of Panama
October 21. 1933
"'A polite ping pung ar e.


Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity
2; Jr. Rifle Club 1;
Glee Club 1; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards 4; Hall Duty 2, 3.


Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Bodminton, 1, 2; Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Art
Honor Society 3. 4,
Mock Elections 4, Com-
mittees 3, 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom


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Eulalia Guardia Jaen
"YI'aita"
Panama. Republic of Panama
JanuarN 20. 1934
"Female Rembrandt iith a tinge
on gaoet .












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Mary Catherine Hall
"Butch"
Princeton. West Virginia
January 14. 1935
"Persistent. deliberate, twit,
pperetual twinklee"


Dramatic Club 3, 4;
Thespians 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball

Rifle Club 2, 3, 4;
Quill and Scroll 4;
Caribbean Staff 4;
Tradewind 4; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Commence-
ment and Baccaloure-
ate 3; Mock Elections
3, 4; Thespian Plays,
"Black Flamingo" 2;
"Mother Is A Fresh-
man" 2; "Night of
Jan. 16th" 3; "Meet
Corliss Archer" 3;
S"Gramercy Ghost" 4;
"Goodbye, My Fancy"
4; Library Ass't. 4.



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Jacqueline Hedrick
"Jackie"
Semarang, Java
May 8, 1931
"Amiable and always on the go."












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Student Council 1, 4;
Glee Club 1, 2, 3;
Mock Elections 4.


Ellen Louise Jones
"Luigi"
Oran, Missouri
February 10, 1934
"She's petite! She's diligent!
She blushes!"


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Carleton Francis Hallett
"Bristles"
Colon. Republic of Panama
May 27. 1934
"Trophies prove his hunting skill."


Camera Club 2; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3; Jr. Rifle
Club 1; Pep Club 1;
Glee Club I; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Committee 4.


Nancy Lee Kariger
"Devvie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
February 2, 1935
"Sparkling and Versatile."


"Cue Ball"
San Frrai;m ,i c,. aiIlifornia
J.nr.- 29. 1931
"fl-h i' ani all i and literally in lineId."


Bowling 4.


Committees 4; Com-
mencement and Bac-
calaureate 3; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Mock Elections











Pres. 4; Thes. 3,4; Pres.
4;Hon. So. 3,4;Var.2,
3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Vol-
leyball 1,2,3,4; All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4; All Stars 1,2,
3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,
4; All Stars 1,2,3,4;
Badminton 1,2; Bowl-
ing 3,4; S.A. Vice Pres.
3; F.T.A. 3,4; Student
Council 1,2,4; Pep
Club 2; Orch. 1,2,3;
Band 1,2,3; Quill &
Scroll 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Tradewind 4;
Hall Duty 3; Comm's.
1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Comm. & Bacc. 3;
Football Queen 4;
ROTC Spon. 4; Cheer-
leader 2,3,4; Swi-n-
ming 1,3,4; Brawl
Coach 3; Mock Elect.
3, 4; Hall Fame 4;
"Mother is a Fresh-
man" 2; "Meet Corliss
Archer" 3; "Gramercy
Ghost" 4; "Goodbye,
My Fancy" 4; Torrid
Wizards 4.


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NeN% )ork, Nes ).,r
Dvceti 2,t I 193-1
"Gutull~swill outdor mr/n.







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Basketball 1; ROTC 2,
3, 4.


Varsity Club 2, 3, 4,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3 4,
All Stars 2. 3, 4, Bas-
ketball i. 2, 3, 4, All
Stars 1, 2, 3, 4, Soft-
Sla 1 2. 3. 4. All
Stars 1, 2, 3. 4, Swim-
ming 3. Pcp Club 2, 3:
Gke Club 2, 3, Carb-
bean Staff 4, Trade-
rind 4; Hall Duty 2
3. Jr -Sr Prom 3, Com-
mi'tees 1, 2, 3, 4 Hall
of Fame 4, Badminton
3, 4, Bowing 3, 4


.11ildi-edl Elizabetb A lartilliard


i '11 1n,21. 1931
"A toi lisii tmilt I w ith it inghl pitch"


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4 per/r; i uyin t (: iiri. Iani/n i~


Varsity Club 2, 3, 4;
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1. 2, 3, 4; All
Stars I, 2. 3, 4; Pep
Club I; Glee Club 1.


Camera Club 2, Soft
ball 2, Ji Rifle Club
4, Library Ass't 2;
Committees 2, 3, ROTC
2. 3, 4


L~ithio J4),(, Mcltail

Pali'llud1 nI PI, II )/ IallallaB


Arleiie Patricia Imini


MIrii 23. 1931


Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4,
Sec 4; Var. 2,3,4; Sec
4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4,
All Stars 2, 3, 4; Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 2, 3, 4, Class
Sec.-Treas. 1; Class
Sec.-Treas. 2; F.TA 3,
4; Librarian 4; Stu-
dent Council 4; Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, Orchestra
1, 2; Band 1, 2; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Quill and
Scroll 4; Committees 1,
2, 3. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Mock Elections 3, 4;
Badminton 3, 4.


Varsity Club 2, 3 4
Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4,
All Stais 2 3. 4, Soft-
tall I. 2 3. 4, A ll
Stars 2, 3, 4 Badmin-
ton 1, Pep Club 1,
Committees 2, 3, 4
Mock Elections 4, Hall
of Fame 4


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"Pelty"
Colon. Republic of Panama
May 4, 1935
".lfr. 'Basketball' who imitates
Jolson."


Badminton 2; Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball
2, 3. 4; Softball 2, 3,
4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Pep
Club 4; Glee Club 3,
4; Committees 3, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Mock
Elections 4; Thespian
Plays, "Meet Corliss
Archer" 3.


Muriel Diane Morland
"Sunny"
Panama. Republic of Panama
June 21. 1935
"Likable icith gay giggles."


Thespians 4; "C" Club
4; Basketball 1, 4;
Varsity 4; Jr. Varsity
1; Football 1, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 4; 21 Club 4;
Student Council 4;
Glee Club 1, 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 4; Thes-
pian Plays, "Arsenic
and Old Lace" 1;
"Gramery Ghost" 4;
"Goodbye, My Fancy"
4; Hall of Fame 4.


Yolanda Penaherrera
"Yo-Yo"
Quito. Ecuador
October 29. 1934
"She's artistic and sews so nicely"


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"Bob"
Ancon. Canal Zone
September 12. 1935
"Friendly and fall of !fn."


"C" Club 3. 4; Base-
ball 1; Basketball 1;
Football I; Varsity 2,
3, 4; Student Council
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3;
ROTC 2,3; Committees
4; Hall of Fame 4.
















Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All Stars 3; Basketball
2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2,
3, 4; All Stars 4;
Swimming 3; Badmin-
ton 1, 2; Pep Club I,
3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Commencement and
Baccalaureate 3; Hall
Duty 3, 4; Glee Club
2, 3; Orchestra 1;
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4;
Caribbean Staff, 4;
Tradewind Staff 4.


Dramatic Club 4; Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3; Pep Club
2, 3; Glee Club 1;
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Art
Honor Society 3, 4.


Donald Ponder
"Don"
Washington. District of Columbia
September 1, 1934
"Serious and cycle-minded."


"C" Club 2, 3,4; Base-
ball 1; Football 1, 2;
Basketball 1; Track
Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
Tradewind 4; Carib-
bean 4; ROTC 2.


Ruby li I~llian YIabou

\ncm ;i, Caunal o/1n.'
I uaoiir 13. 1 931
l'aiein- I ici if rat enu toik, ani ia sii SI i
disposi tio0n."







Carl Arthur Pinto
"Carlie"
Colon. Republic 4 f Panama
Nole nllr 23. 1933
" i eli-admired and /lean-cu
leader."


Dramatic Club 3, 4,
Thespians 3, 4; Honor
Society 4; Camera
Club 2; Jr. Rifle Club
2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4,
Student Council 1;
Soph. Class Vice Pres.,
Jr. Class Vice Pres,
S.A. President 4; Foot-
ball 2; Softball 2; 21
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee
Club 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 1, 2, 3, 4;
Hall Duty 3; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC
2, 3, 4; Debate Club
2; Thespian Plays,
"Meet Corliss Archer"
3; "Night of January
16th" 3; "Gramercy
Ghost" 4; Stage Work
2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame
4.






Camera Club 2; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Hall Duty 3;
Committees 1, 2; Thes-
pion Plays, "Night of
January 16th"3;Class
Assemblies, 1. 2, 3;
Stage Work 3.


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"Negro"
Colon. R, public nf Panatma
July 13. 1933
"'Eager to please and full of laughs.


Cramatic Club 2, 3, 4,
Thespians 4; Camera
Club 2. 3: Track 2, 3,
4, Glee Club 2, Carib
bean Staff 3; Trade-
wind 3.















Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity
2, 3, 4; "C" Club 2,
3. 4; Soph. Class
Treas.; Orchestra 1, 2,
3; Band I, 2, 3; Hall
Duty 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3, Committees 1, 2, 3,
4; ROTC 2, 3. 4, Co
Commander 4; All
Canal Zone Football
4, Key West Oppon-
ents 4; Hall of Fame 4


David Rubelli
"Rube"
(alifornia
UDecrimilir 14. 1931
'An edertrici/fi-minded stoi:e hand."


Richard J. Reed
"Dick"
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S-plnmblir 13. 1934
"llap riq -go-lu/ck/ ith leii-leg,.


"C" Club 3, 4; Sec-
Treas. "C" Club 4;
Football 1; Varsity 2,
3, 4; Baseball 3, 4;
Jr. Rifle Club 1, 2,
ROTC 2; Committees
3, 4; Jr,-Sr. Prom 3;
Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean 4; Thespian
Play, "Gramercy
Ghost" 4.


Volleyball 3, 4; All
Stars 3, Softball 3, 4;
Glee Club I; Football
Court 4.


Robert Edward Salter
"Stink v"
Sop'rlnG. e;'orgia
l ln-t :31, 1935


"'Hloiandi/s e and i .
Geurgia."


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Dinah Viviane Sa-o
".Iultequitn"
( lioni. Repulhlic of Paiumai
March 13. 1933
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Barbara Joan Sherry
"Babs"
Turley, Oklahoma
June 26. 1935
"A gleeful gal who knows her
History."


Volleyball 2; Softball
3; Basketball 2; Mock
Elections 4.


Volleyball 2, 4; Soft-
Sball 2, 4; Basketball
2, 4; All Stars 2; Pep
Club 1; Glee Club 1;
ROTC Sponsor 4; Hall
, of Fame 4.


Nancy Lou Sasso
"Nan"
Colon. Republic of Panama
Marrc 13. 1933
"Diancing feet and a serene
demeanorr"


Mary Beatrice Sherry
"Bee"
Turley. Oklahoma
September 23, 1933
"Quiet, photogenic and dependable."


\ Jr. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4;
Varsity 2, 3, 4; Execu-
tive Officer 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 3, 4; J. V.'s 3;
Varsity 4; Quill and
Scroll 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Tradewind 4;
Committees 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 3.
James Norton Scheibeler
"Big Jim"
San Diego, California
December 14. 1934
"Shoots the Bull. ranera. basketball
and gun."


Volleyball 1, 2, 3;
Softball 1, 2, 3; Bas-
ketball 1,2, 3; Orches-
tra 3; Band 1, 2, 3;
Thespian Plays,
"Mother Is A Fresh-
man" 3.


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Lois Sue Scheih4.gg
Irvingtonr Nvw j(1r_(*V
Xiigi-t 24, 1935
An aobii oaso' hum un-ct ed lblonde.-


Camera Club 2; Vars-
ity Club 2, 3, 4; Treas.
4; Honor Society 4;
Sec.-Treas. 4; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars, 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1,2,4; All Stars
1,2.4; Softball 1,2,3,
4; All Stars 1, 2, 3,
4, F.T.A. 3, 4; Library
Ass't. 3; Pep Club 2;
Quill and Scroll 4;
Caribbean Staff 4;
Tradewind 4; Commit-
tees I, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Football Court
4; Bowling 3.


Allen Kenneth Simons
"Blinky"
Colon. Republic of Panama
October 25, 1934
"He makes the halls ring."


Softball 1, 2, 3; Foot-
ball 1, 2; Basketball 1,
2.


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"Chuck"
Durham, North Carolina
Jine 1, 1935
"'Big Chas: He'ls c eer bl. .s friend.'


Football 1, 2; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Mock Elections 3;
Committees 3, 4


Dramatic Club 4; Vol-
leyball 4; F.T A. 4;
Glee Club 4; Commit-
tees 4, Mock Elections
4.


Lorna Stielll
"Pebble"
Paailehna, (California
\pril 11. 193.
"A qIuliieft little /til : l jI.ng istiali
inided,.


Softball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Varsity 1; Basketball
I, 2, 3, 4; Football 1,
2, Baseball 4, Bond 1,
2, 3; Committees 1,
2, 3. 4; ROTC 2. 3,
Stage Work 4.


Edward Lee Slern
"Ebbie"
Elli'ct Citl. \lar\ land
iJun 3,U. 1931
The rorminng i.shermain at the'
^npi/h ."


Football I, 2, 3; Swim-
ming 1, 2 Baseball
2, 3, 4. Varsity 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 3, Varsity
3.


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Raul Amos Swalm
Panama Cil\. Reptmlic .f Panama
No\,miuIr 21L 1931
" li/d-mtannired t l. without a r arrm in
the uial/d."


Dramatic Club 4; Stu-
dent Council 1; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Club 3; Committees 3,
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Foot-
ball Court 4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Mock Elec-
tions 4; Hall of Fame
4.


Letieia Steveinson1
"Lottyv"
(Cion. Ri,pubhli, tf Panama
\pril 9. 1933
"Queen ot iinmbo: and aret'ti too.'"


Comera Club 2; 21
Club 2, 3; Hall Duty 3,
Mock Elections 4; Com-
mittees 2, 3, 4, ROTC
2. 3; Thespian Plays,
"Night of Jan. 16th"
3.


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Alyce Ann Thomas
"Antn"
Colon, Republic of Panama
October 27. 1935
"Quiet. with a penetrating
personality ."


Vorsity Club 2, 3, 4;
Vice Pres. 3; Pres. 4;
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4; All Stars
2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,
4; All Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
Swimming 1; Badmin-
ton 1, 2; Bowling 3, 4;
Student Council 2, 3;
S.A. Sec. 4; Orchestra
1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3;
Cheerleader 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Queen's Court
4; Committees 1, 2, 3,
4; Mock Elections 4;
Hall of Fame 4.


William George Wetzel
"Bill"
New York, New York
December 6, 1936
"Polite, and easy to get along with."







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Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Com-
mittees 1, 2; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Hall Duty 3.


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James Henry Wilson
"Jinmmy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
December 16. 1935
"Tall, scholarly, and reserved."


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James Torne Marin
"Jimmy"
Colon. Republic of Panama
October 18. 1932
"Diligent, affable and clever with
tools."


21 Club 3,4; Hall Duty
3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Mock
Elections 4; Commit-
tees 3, 4; Hall of Fame
4.


Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3; Track
1, 2; Football 1; 21
Club 1; Jr. Rifle Club
1, 2; Committees 4.


Rolando Villalaz
"Roly"
Colon, Republic of Panama
January 13, 1935
"Late comer with the Valentino look."


Basketball 1, 4; Soft-
ball 2, 4; Committees


John Torne Marin
Colon. Republic of Panama
January 29. 1934
"(God-nalnred and godgelt'n-inllded."


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CL W I L The party of the first part leaves-

ARGO, KATHRYN- her height to Judy Malcolm
ARIAS, ANSELMO- his money to Jilma Lara
BENNETT, GEORGE-his unanswered questions to John Albright
BLADES, ARTHUR-his pitching arm to anyone who's man enough to take it
BRENNAN, TOM-his curly hair to Scotty McNiel
BRYANT, VERNON-his Balboa popularity to Jody Roberson
CHAN, JUDITH- her courses in Math to her sister Marilyn
CONSTANTINE, LEO-his Greek philosophy to Miss Liter
CROFT, LESLIE-his motor scooter riding ability to Danny Kissam
DONAHUE, ROBERT-leaves motorcycles behind!
DOYLE, JIMMY-his "winning ways" with Miss Liter to Topper Didier
EGOLF, BARBARA-her typing ability and fingernails to Carol Newhard
EVERETT, JAMES-his great intelligence to Billy Price
FERRI, HENRIETTA-her beautiful black tresses to Donna Geyer
GERCHOW, CHARLES-his sanding pad to Dario Gonzalez
GRACE, ROBERT-his silly nickname. "Goofy" to any unlucky Junior
GREENE, DARELL-his dynamic personality to John Hatgi
GIARDIA, EULALIA-her privilege to chew gum in English 12 to Blanquita McNatt
HALL, MARY-her ability to get confused to Maricha Tagaropulos
HALLETT, CARLETON-his duck hunting skill to John Delaney
HARRIS, RALPH-his ability to skip school to Murray Corrigan
HEDRICK, JACQUELINE-her wit and her love for fun to the rest of the kids
HEMMERLING, JULIETA LEWIS her desire to collect butterflies to Diane Scheidegg
JONES, LOUISE-her quiet ways in the halls of C. H. S.
JOUDREY, MARGARET-her sweet disposition to Arlene Vandergrift
KARIGER, NANCY-her nickname of "fats" to Mercedes Peterson
LAWRANCE, ROBERT-his "laugh" to Tommy Gibson
LIM, ARLENE-her ability to eat all the time and not get fat to Louise Edmonson
MARQUARD, MILDRED-her athletic ability to Mary Lou Allen
McKAIL, LIDIO-all his English 12 books to Larry Cox
McKEOWN, JEANETTE- her letter writing in first period S.H. to Joan MacKenzie
MORLAND, MURIEL her slight figure to Kay Dignam
ORVIS, ROBERT-the right side of the bench to Bob Connard
PABON, RUBY-her mambo dancing ability to Virginia McBride
PELTYNOVICH, ISAAC-his height to Mr. Goodhead
PENAHERRERA, YOLANDA-her privilege to get one-half hour late to classes to Babs Hickey
PINTO, CARL- all his S.A. troubles to the '54 Prexy
PONDER, DON-the hurdles to Tommy Hughes
PRETTO, MAX-his Spanish pronunciation to Mrs. Smith
REED, DICK-his car to the 1954 Journalism class
RINEHART, LESLIE- the title of "Little Bug" to Carl Tuttle
RUBELLI, DAVID- his ability to take curves on two wheels to Pitzi Serventi
SALTER, ROBERT- all his girls to Gene McGaughey
SASSO, NANCY-her office training to the future Seniors
SASSO, DINAH- her job as helper in Cafeteria to the next helpless victim
SCHEIBLER, JAMES- the job of school photographer to anyone with more patience than he has
SCHEIDEGG, LOIS- leaves all her "headaches" and takes all her "goodaches"
SHERRY, BARBARA- her red hair to Joan Holgerson
SHERRY, MARY- her early graduation to Sylvia Mann
SIMONS, ALLAN-his super-sonic voice to Stanley Smith
SMITH, CHARLES-his mechanical drawing to Ralph Reccia
STERN, EDWARD-his fishing skill to Tommy Gibson
STEVENSON, LETICIA- her long hair to Elaine O'Hayer
STONE, IORNA-one good tooth to Tommy Catanzaro
SWALM, RAUL-school to whomever wants it
TARR, BETTY-her swimming ability to Shelia McNamee
TATELMAN, RICHARD-leaves nothing and takes everything
THOMAS, ALYCE--her pen to any person lucky enough to take S.A. minutes
TORNE, JAMES-his "mechanical hands" to Larry Cox
TORNE, JOHN-his knowledge of Spanish to Mr. Cook
WACIITEL, GINETTE--her great batting average to Aurora Lim
U FTEI WILLIAM-his romantic ways to Tony )yer
WILSON, JAMES-his ability to duck ceiling lamps to John Hayes







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Julie Lewis and
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MOIST LIKELY TO
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Margaret Joudrey and
Leo Constantino


BEST LOOKING
Loi. Scheidegg and
Dick Reed


BEST DRESSED
Barbara Egolf and
Leslie Rinehart


MR. AND MISS II
Margaret Joudrey and
Carl Pinto


FRIENDLIEST
Ann Thomas and
Leslie Rinehart


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Arlene Limn and Kathryn Argo and
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(Ten Ytars Hence)


While ',...-li. through old newspaper file-, one notice-
that the C.tl I _.. of '53 ha- many notable celebrities.
KAY ARGO and ANN THOMAS are well-known (tCn-
o\er models. Kay and Ann both are also retired registered
nurses.
GEORGE BENNETT is now famous as the singing g bar-
ber" of Hollywood. and has made many musical hits in the
last few years since lie invaded Hollywood. AI-., in Holl-
wood is tlie outstanding side-splitting corned, team. JIll
SCHEIBELER and JAMES E\ERETT. This team'- favor-
ite sidekick is signing and acting sensation. ISAAC PEI.-
TYNOVICH, who absolutely refuses to change his name to
something more pronoulnceable. lsaac i now rumored to be
nl-in; r"es, at Academy Award winner. MARGARET
.Il II- 'l. Mlargie's friend. "S'NNY" MORLANI). i-
the latest thing in slapstick comedy. along with her straight-
faced partner. NANCY KARIGER. who also hol-. tlhe
Olympic Woman's High-junmp record, and tend-i a honme.
hubby and six kids. after working hourI-.
Guess what? ANSELMO ARIAS is Hollywood's new
Tarzan, and DICK REED is the latest I,,,bby-soxers' "dream-
dish." Dick is rumored to be ani Errol Flynn and Rudolph
Valentino rolled into one. with a reputation a- an interna-
tional heart-breaker: but he has a clo-e rixal in ROLANDI)
VILLALAZ. who has made all thei Valentino-tipe picture-
so far. LOTTI STEVENSON i- Dick'- latest picture team-
mate. although tile two don't get along outside tlie mnrii-,.
Lotty is famous for her flowing locks and -iren part-.
RICHARD TATELMAN owns a huge movie studio. and
also Dick's and Lotty', contract. along with -e-eral thou-
-and othe'-! Iatelman'. personal -cretar\ and \rt )irelor
is YOLAN)A PENA.HERRERA. As a -ii-note I)ickie ha-
iust borrowed IILLIAM X WETZEI. from RK(. Hill i-
known best for hli James Ma-on-tough-guN-role-.
LORNA STONE i- principal of llie International School
of Languages. which she founded. through the I -N.
Now to the sports worli. VERN)N lIRNYANT. fanmonu
Noire Dame football star. is now Notre Dame'- coach. AoI-
in the coaching field is LESLIE RINEHART. who broke
all the record- in West Point's hiiitor, and now ciachie-
their team. ROBERT ORVIS has made a name for himi-elf
in the Sports World. but ha- now -ettled down to -elling
insurance.
JIl I I) LE is a renowned sports announcer, and cihan-
lion flag pole sitter. ALLEN SIMONS is al-o an an-
ni uncer. buli i- better known for his ingingg commercial-.
ARTHUI R IlADES and TOML IIRENNAN are partner-
in La Nui Cockroach Killer Co.. and are making money\ hanl-
oier-fist!
JI D CHAN. GINETTE \\\(HTEL. and JAMES.
WILSON are partners, also. 1Tlhe-, famous scientist- halea
made innumerable revolutionary allance- in the field of
Science. Judy does research. Ginette. calculations, and Jame .
experimentation. They. naturally. incorporate their results.
LEO CONSTANTINE is now called "-the greatlet" gen-
eral ever known ant, is famoi,. also. for hisi drt wit. friend-
lines, and mathematical genius.
LESLIE CROFT has teamed up with BARBARA EGOI.F
in a radio program that is piu-hing "I lIove Luc\" right off
tihe air.
JACKIE HEDRICK is tending her home. kids. and hubly.
She just finished working her way through college.
HENRIETTA FERRI. I)DARELL GREENE. and
CHARLES GERCHOW own the world-famous Explorer'-
Hotel chain, whicl feature- the liH-t Ihotel-. eeni in daiketi
Africa.


1B01 GRACE and E LIALI GL ARDIA. famouii- com-
iericial artit.. hale opened a -school for budding arli-tL.
Bob is al-,, known as a first-rate -inger and plaxh-lio.

AI.\ HALL married into the \rmy and i- now in
tGe;rani. wiher e -ih entertained former cla--inate- Jl IJ-
ETA LE\\ ls HEIMMERLING. ARLENE LIM. and M IL-
DRED MAROlARD. during their stax in Germani, while
thle were participating in tlie '63 Olinpics. All three gue-t
liold records in their different fields and Mary'- latest no\el
liha- ju-t made thle },est -eller list.

LID1I McKAIL and RALPH HARRIS now own the
bigge-t fi-hing e(luipment factor in the United Slale- and
are -ought-after millionairel but tlle\ are confirmed baclh-
lors. 7Their -ide-kick. CARI.ETON HALLETT, is al-o a
millionaire. but not a baclhlo He married hi- million-.
and -pendi- hii- lei ure time on Safaria in darke-t Africa.
LOIISE .ItJNES and iOIS SCHEIDEGG are conlin-
iiallx vieing for the world', -peed record in typing. How-
ev- r. in private life they own an exclusive secretarial school
and are good friendt..
JE\NETTE McKEXOWN i hiappil married to a well-
known lSenaltr. \While in \a-shington. -he pal- around with
lBET'I T \RR. the I S.' fir-i lady Speaker of the Hou-e.

RAl 1. s\V \LMI i- the greatest pitcher in thle major
leagu-,-. and ii- hrish friend, BlOl DON \HIE. i- hi-
parlner in a restaurant on 42nd St. in N. 1.

RIl I' PAION i- th-e owner of a \ery excluixe dre--
-hpIii, lHer igod friend-. N.ANC( and DINAH SASSO).
own an equlallx expen-i\t anid fainii lance studio. Nanci
jii-t gol back froim a short jaunt to Europe. with her iihubbi,.
IDAVII) RI BELLI halia. jui-t ilixented a new-txpe electric
soket. B,-idt the fame tii- lbrouight, lie wa already\ well-
knoxwn a- a "great back-stage manager on ilroadwax. Aio.
on ohl Brioadway i- comelIdy -en-ation \I X PRETT(). Hi-
act conl-ils mo-thl of \arii,u scales of augllhter! A m,-I
inmu al and lhighily popular acl!
1)() PIONDIER i- tilh miotorilcle -pe-ed king of the
world. Hie hia- broken all record-, not to mention a num-
her of bone-. Ili hi- dangerou- life. lihe can't e\xn get in-
-urance) lie -hoult hiate -taxed a bachelor. He didn't. He
iha, a Aif, and eight kidi !
Faniias plis iciani CARL PINT() ha- finally found a cure
for the coiimoi cold. His disco\.er arose Iecauie lie kept
a cniltani cold. He keep- a -table-full of thoroughbred
hole- a- a holbby,. Two f lithese beautiful animal- are Ken-
tuck\ D.erby winner-.
ROBERT \ILTER. acclainied engineer. i- lielie\ed t
;e on the \erge ,f a ner\ou- breakdown. .imivpl) becae he
ha- plan- ani blueprint- of a bridge. But not an ordinary\
bridge! Oh no! It is a bridge from Europe to the I. 5
He i- well known for hi- uniqiiii de-igns.. but this one is a
little Ito Iniqule.
BA RI\R \ andi MART SHERRY own thlie lii interior
decorating palace in the wtrll. Thex are on their wa\ to
Eurlope to redecorate England'- Roxal \lan-ion.
CHARIES, SMITH recently inherited fort million dol-
lars and a 100-foot achlit. He i- niow on a world tour a\ith
EDWARD STERN and ROBlERT 1.AW RENCE. hii cham-
pion Tarpon-catcher friends.
Last. Iull by no means least, are the Rhumbla King,.
JA\IES and JO()HN TORNE. They hae won all RhuImba
conte-t,. le-ide- being tihe coffee king- of South America.
The-e btillionaire men-about-town represent thei end of the
tour of thli fame and fortune- of \ ole e la-- of '53.












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First Row-John Albright, Richard Aleguas. Ezra Attia, Florence Baker, Leolia Bailey, Raul Balquin, Carmen
Beitia, Andrew Bleakley, Mary Ann Brassel, Joan Brennan.





Second Row---Alice Chambers, Marilyn Chan, Joyce Cookson, Antonio Collins, Murray Corrigan, James Craw-
ford, Helene de Boyrie, Bob de Estrada, Virginia Dignam, Bill Droste.





Third Row-Carmen Ducruet, Louise Edmonson, Richard Elwell, Jim Facer, Benny Favorite, Mary Fernandez,
Victor Fisher, Andrew Fraser, Danny George, Tom Gibson. H





Fourth Row-Dario Gonzalis, Dick Goodhead, Charles Hardy, George Harris, Pamela Hawthorne, Paula Holger-
son, Patricia Kelley. Nicky Lamis, Roland Lees, Maurice Leon.





Fifth Row-Herb Lewis, Theron Lewis, Mike Letchko, Joe Lowe, Joan MacKenzie, Virginia McBride, Jean Mc- 0
Daniels, Gene McGaughey, Mike Morrsion, Avril Murray.





Sixth Row-Carol Newhard, Anthony Naboa, Elaine O'Hayer, John Pabon, Donna Payne, Manuel Perez, Bill
Price, Ramon Quezada, Matias Reyes, Esther Reynolds.




Seventh Row-Dale Roberson, Pat Roddy, Vilma Rodriguez, Antonia Rosado, Sonia Rosello, Marcy Rudge,
Richard Russell, Diane Scheidegg, Elaine Sievers, Betty Smith.





Eighth Row-Don Smith, Dudley Smith, Stanley Smith, Cody Staples, Bill Stevens. Malcolm Stone.

UPPERCLASSMAN, MAN ALIVE
WE'LL BE UP THERE IN "55"

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First Row-James Ambrose, Arlene Anderson, Robert Anderson. Shirley Anderson. Cecilia Alexatis, Margaret
Allen, Andrea Armstrong, Mary Jo Aycock. Sarah Barfield, Charles Barrows.



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Second Roiw-Kaiser Bazan. George Bland, Donald Bruce, Rupert Chin. Virginia Chill Jay Cunningham. Joan
Curtis, Constance D'Augusta, Diane Delaney, John Dougan.





Third Row--William Eaves, Edithann Eckhoff, Eddie Ellezey, Veronica Fisher, Felipe Garcia, Madelon Garrett.
Donna Garrington, George Gerchow, Ines Gumban, Katheryn Hamilton.






Fourth Row-Diane Hannigan. Joe Hannigan. Flora Harte. Caroline Hauser. David Heres. Diana Heres. Diane
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Fifth Row--Sharon Hutchins, Christine Janz, Joseph K atz, Shirley Keepers, Leida Kleefkins. Guy Lane, Edward
Lawrence, Pat Leach, Luis Le Batard, Margaret Leigh.





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ger, Floyd McDermott, John McNatt. Charles McNeil. Saniny Morris.



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Seventh Row-Tom Noonan. Mary Orr. Gladys Ortiz, Doris Pabon, Luis Pabon. Luke Palumbo, Luis Pelaez.
Diane Peterson, Shirley Peterson. Pauline Pincus.






Eighth Row--Allen Robinettc, Peggy Roddy, Eileen Rodgers, Ernest Rodriguez. Janice Roscoe, Julio Scott,
Leonard Scranton, Lydia Smith, Yolanda Smith. Pat Stamboni.





Ninth Row--John Stephenson. Lewi Taber, James Tay lor, Louise Tate, Barbara Thrift, Henry Twohy, George
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

The National Honor Society is the only organization in school that requires some
degree of excellence in many fields in order to be considered for membership. Mem-
bership. therefore. is an honor and the students must have been outstanding in Character.
Scholarship. Leadership. and Service. This organization. which consists of only four
members. is under the superb guidance of Miss Jeanne Brown.


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Left to right: Carl Pinto. Margaret Joudrey
President. Lois Scheidegg. Secretary, amn
Nancy Kariger.



1953 2ind Semester Initiates (not pir-
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Charles Thompson.


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"Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend."


STUDENT ASSOCIATION

The purpose of the STUDENT ASSOCIATION is to (
promote unity among the Student body.

This vital organization has for its members nearly "
all the student body which elects a Student Council con- I. ,
sisting of four officers and a representative from each
homeroom. The officers for '52-'53 are: Carl Pinto, .
Charley Thompson. Ann Thomas. Leo Constantine, and
Tom Catanzaro: President. Vice-President, Secretary,
Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer, respectively. Mr.
Benjamin Goodhead is the sponsor. 1 L

Through the purchase of membership tickets, the stu-
dents receive the "Tradewind." CARIBBEAN, and admis-
sion to all school dances, plays, and athletic contests. The
year was started with an assembly, Freshman-Sophomore
Brawl, and dance on the opening day of school. All the
awards-sports. dramatics, music,-are provided for by
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION


The council members this year are back
row, standing from left to right: Tony
Dyer, Malcolm Stone, Bill Price, and Rob-
ert Grace.
Third row: Benny Favorite, Sylvia Dink-
greve, Arelene Lim, Diane Delaney, and
STom Catanzaro.
Second row: Nancy
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Leigh.
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ATHLETIC COUNCIL

The Athletic Council is coimpsed of Student Asso-
ciation Alternates chosen from each h omeroom. the
vice president. and assistant treasurer of the S. .
The Athletic Council takes care otf the gate at all
sports events in dhich C.H.S. participates.
This ecar's officers are Charley Thompson, Presi-
dent. and Tom Catanzaro. Treasurer. The sponsor
is Mr. Gregg.
The ninetber this- ear. sittllig left to right. top row.
are: Alice Chambers. Jackie Hendlricks, Isaac Pellyno-
\iclh and (,eorge Platkeiich. Second rote: Barbara
llickey, Maricha Tagaropulo,. Carol New Hard. Elaine
)'Hayer. and Patl Ieach. Front row: Charles Thomp-
son, and Tommy Catanzaro. Insert. Mr. Gregg, Spoon-
-or.


NATIONAL
HONOR ART
SOCIETY
The Caribbeai (Chapter of
the National Art IHonor
Society is the first chap-
ter outside of the con(ti-
nental I united States. The
charter was granted in
Mav. 1948. The r'quire-
mentts to obtain member-
ship are three mediums
and ten one-man displays.
Miss Worrell initiated the
chapter and sponsors it.
Last \ear's members are:
Diane McLaren. Yolanda
P'eneherra. and Eulalia
La(uardia. The ne-x mem-
bers this year are: Mar-
garet Leigh. Pauline Pin-
cus. Sylvia Mann. Jilma
Lara. and Lotty Stev enson.
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ACT: Scene I.
Cast: Dramatics Club Members. --
Time: 1952-53.

Scene: Nanc. Kariger was elected President: Alexis Vila. Vice President: Arlene Lim. .
Secretary-Treasurer. and Margaret Joudrey. Historian.
The club. with its sponsor. Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen. consists of those people who
have shown an interest in drama and ha e met the necessarN requirements for joining -
the club.


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*" -.' O,. I conferred upon a student is member-

Sship in the National Thespians. This
Near started out with only four mem-
hers. After the first Dramatic Pro-
duction four more members were ad-
-mitted to the organization. Member-
ship is based on work done either in
acting. back-stage or other committees
to help further dramatics.
NANCY KARIGER, President
f- MARGARET JOUDREY, Historian
CARL PINTO, Treasurer
ALEXIS VILA. Vice President
Members: Isaac Peltynovich, David
Rubelli, Mary Hall, and Sheila Me-
J:e Namee.
Not pictured: Kathryn Argo, Virginia
NATIONAL THESPIANS Dignam, Betty Tarr, and Lorna Stone.

























FUTURE
TEACHERS
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AMERICA


Lfl/t I Right. Froutl Roe: Donna (,eer. Joaii Hllge-r-on. .%rleie %\andergrifi. %irginia Dignarn.
Marichu Tuagropulll-. 4,int-lle Yachiell. Diane IHanniian. and Na.icr kariger. lliddlle Rour: NMar'
Fc rnanlr/. JuidJ Rlanire,. Ro-a 'aiila- D. Diaiie 11-1 arena. 1 i- Schehidgg. Paula lHolger-oii. Jocee
'oolk-on. I carol Ne-hard. iid l1i-- %dainar' .Aiidcr-on. 'poni-or. Bnac Roir: l.orna iolne. Car-
Iene T.be-r. Barbara E[golf. Arlene- Lini. r I' ia Manni. Sheila M11eNalm CIarol George. Muriel Molr-
land. Bell' lIarr. and lircr ( hanber-.
I I'i ffL T,.L l I \Ill rI 3. i. ; iiiii.i i ilel II i 1 ) i h1e I|rr --riil Spa i. r. MN i" da-
ii3r\ .\idel ..'i n. h.ai- r,,' l \. r \ I)-I.1Liljr .am,,i i -rtuaildr- il.:. tii h i .i I.- sle nie leache-rs. The
ii113 t.i ii liI- \.ar. .r th.- I ii-I liinwm -.in e lhl -. lul.. .irirrainal- ,.a- pi\rei at a spe tal a,-riIn-
t1 ,ni Vi-Ildtid Du \ [ ill i NAlr.It aIl Fdu ardll'.i \\ ee-k.
[rii .. l 1. i, tf Tr Ih. \,. tl "52 '.5"1 jr : nn11 HIg.I-ri-,an. I'rT it/il : 1- iila i'l,,i-. I i:e
I'ra. l, ,. [ll, i G,\.'r. l.-lll \r e. r : M~rih -ii Ta.~I:j iul,'. HII Vlliitt Ali r Hanniiganr. Son'.
Le /rt,i. aiil I aiI Nr-. lari. Pairll,/,iueuaitorili.


21 Clul na.- ,, iginaled I 1''45 Inl. ;- ip..q ,- ar- 1.I thiIw ICri-it..l al Culi..n Rlarn\ (lui. Each
ira111.-I l -r i- 3--i r.1, i It -luIl, \ ,ii- i 'I tir, 21 iat1311*n I a1 ii i r ellnil -_r- I I)a thlii orlranizaltil n.
The purpose ot the 21 Club is to promote Pan-Americanism among the Latin American Re-
publics. Pictured below are the members. Sponsors for the Club are Mr. Charles Wallace
and Mr. Paul Beck.
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"Music is nothing, else hbut wild sounds
rivilizPed into timre rlnfd tfnep.'


The CHS Music Department. under
the direction of Mr. C. E. Jostad. is
one of the hardest-%working and best-
loved (of the whole school. Its two
major productions are the Christmas
1, -l;. ,I .Iid the Spring Festival.

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THE TORRID ZONE WIZARDS

The Torrid Zone Wizards of Cristobal High
School had its beginning in 1942. It was or-
ganized by Mr. Carl Maedle and is sponsored
this year by Mr. Howard Sinder. Members in
this club are chosen on the basis of scholar-
ship. active interest and participation in
Science classes.


The officers this year are: President, Margaret
Joudrey, Secretary, Diane Scheidegg, Vice-
President, Charles Thompson, and Treasurer,
Ginette Wachtel.

The members of the club, back row, left to
right are: Larry Cox, Rupert Chin, Charles
Thompson, Carl Pinto, and George Platkevich.
Third row: Isaac Peltynovich, James Wilson,
Dale Cockle, Alexis Villas, and Ezria Attia.
Second row: Marilyn Chan, Felipe Garcia, Carol
Newhard, Nancy Kariger, and John Dugan.
Front row: Ginette Wachtel, Margaret Joudrey,
and Diane Scheidegg. Insert: Mr. Howard
Sinder, Sponsor.


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S\ i ) et, city of Journalism. It was organized in 1945.
eIt t' p o a r The purpose of this honor club is to raise the stand-
nr. o,,i Ilt t~Uc. ards of high school journalism, and to stimulate
Mrs. interest in journalistic endeavors.
Dorothv y" Membership is selective. The two top require-
Smith ments are: the student must he in the upper third
of his class; he must also have done distinctive
work in high school journalism.


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Lt. Col. Leo A. Constantinie
Sponsor: Nancy L. Kariger "
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The C.H.S. Cycle Club, newly initiated this year and still on its trial run, is sponsored by Ray
Crimmel and composed of twelve members. The officers for the year 1952-1953 were: Presi-
dent, Don Ponder, Vice Pres., David Lane, Secretary, George Bennett, Treasurer. Tommy Catan-
zaro. The members are from left to right-John Haves, Don Ponder, David Lane, Bob Hodges,
Nessim Chitrit, Jack Brennan, Bob Connard, Charles Thompson, Bruce Sanders, Tom Catanzaro,
Kenneth Roscoe and George Bennett.


"Old time is still a-flying."


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CLUB


The energetic Pep Club aided the cheerleaders in boosting the players. Bright yellow sweaters
and blue skirts were worn by the Boosters. Their cheers and songs could be heard throughout
the grandstands. Joan McKenzie and Babs Hickey, our peppy Alternate Cheerleaders, are respon-
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RIFLE CLUB


*' \ John Halgi


Cristobal Junior Rifle Club was originated in
1947. and has grown rapidly to the largest and most
successful club in school. In the past three years the
boys' varsity has sky-rocketed from the proverbial
cellar to the top, under the close supervision of
Mr. Noel E. Gibson. Sr.

Some outstanding team victories were as follows:
three time sectional champions: first place in third
army area: Hearst match, and as a grand climax
for the seniors on the team, fifth place in the Na-
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GIRLS' VARSITY CLUB


The Girls' Varsity Club i .....n-
posed of only the girls h, l, ha\,
.proved themselves outstanLding in
sports. To be eligible the girl ha-
Sto make at least two all-ltar teasll
from the three sports, .ellelball
Ssoftball, and basketball. Ihat are
played in one school yea,.

1952-1953 OFFIC.ER-
I Ann Thomas-President
Nancy Kariger-Vice Pre.idetlr
Arlene Lim-Secretary
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Club is with little doubt '
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OFFICERS FOR
1952-1953
resident: Vernon Bryanit
Vice fPresident: Boh Cracel
Secretary-Treasurer: Dk "
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siza. As the yearbook goes to press, this
sp'rt is just getting under way, but rec-
1,id- are expected to tumble with such
ihiin-clads who are pictured from left
to right:

Torn Hughes, hurdler, and broad
juniper. Tommy missed the low hurdle
an d is a veteran track letterman.

Snselmno Arias, distance runner, im-
pr.-'es his performance with every race.
Bob Grace, middle distance runner and
.nigh-jumper, performs remarkably in
both.
Don Ponder, hurdler and sprinter.
Don too has been playing around with
the low hurdle record, missing it by
3/10ths of a second on two accasions.
John Hayes, high hurdler, and a new-
.'."' corner to the sport, is on trial.
...1 -, John Hatgi, low hurdler. No stranger
to the timbers is this veteran of the

Jody Roberson, discus thrower. Jody
is being counted on to pull down a rec-
ord in this event.

-- Carl Tuttle, sprinter. Perhaps more is
expected of Carl than any other one per-
son. He is liable to finish the season
with his name next to a Canal Zone
Interscholastic record.
Pictured at bottom are Ansehnlmo Arias,
Sam Morris, Charles Barrow, and Theo-
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Bill Price
I'nn Hughes
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John Hatgi
Bruce Newhard
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Try-outs for the coveted positions of cheer-
leaders were held in May, 1952. A new sys-
tern was inaugurated whereby a girl, once
chosen for cheerleader, remains on the squad
for the rest of h.r high school career if she
so desires and qu:.lfi*e-. The lucky six this
year were: Nanc K;iri(ger. Helene de Boyric,
I'al Kelly, Ann Ih,.mi.-, Blanquita MeNatt,
and Mercedes Peterson. Joan McKenzie and
Babs Hickey, two alternates, filled the posi-
tion of any absent cheerleaders and will auto-
matically become cheerleaders next year.
The IPep Club works hand-in-hand with the
cheerleaders to boost the "Fighting Tigers"
to victory. This year's sponsor was Mrs. Lee
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Cristobal 52 vs College 19 Won Lost
Cristobal 38 vs Balboa 12 Cristobal 4 0
Cristobal 30 vs College 19 Balboa 2 2
Cristobal 45 vs Balboa 11 College 0 4

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The onlI all-star game of the season
placed the "A" league furiously against
the "B" league. "A" league came out on
top with the score of 1U-5.
Interscholastic games were called off
because of unforeseen difficulties.

"Time's but a playmate whose toys
are devine."


"A" League Softball All Stars
Back: Mary Lou Allen, Alice Hannigan, Shei'a
McNamee. Middle: Carlene Taber, Arlene Lim,
Ann Thomas. Front: Ruby Pabon, Lois Scheid-
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Front: Carol Newhard, Diane Scheidegg, Peggy
Roddy, Marcy Rudge. Back: Aurora Lim, Diane
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Editors Nancy and Lois
Photographer Jim


Time marches on and so must we! It has been our most sincere
pleasure to publish this compilation of time-filling and historical events
of 1952-1953. We have been well paid for our long hours of hard work.
These years will soon fade away, but time can never erase our high
school memories, or our 1953 CARIBBEAN.

Our many thanks to the various merchants, who contributed so
generously to our ads; to Mr. Sosa, who patiently made our pictures,
especially the Hall of Fame; to Jim Scheibeler and Mrs. Scheibeler, who
not only took the pictures, but developed, printed, and enlarged them;
to Mr. Bailey, Mr. Hanna, and Mr. McKenzie, for their photographic
help; to the St. Petersburg Printing Company and Southern Engraving
Company of St. Petersburg, Florida, and the Becktold Company in
Missouri; to Bob Grace for his original time sketches; and most of all,
to Mrs. Smith, for it was she who gave of her time and energies to teach
us how to put out this book.

We hope you all enjoy the CARIBBEAN as much as we have enjoyed
making it.


Front: Don Ponder, Iouis Joines, Nancy Kariger, Lois .h.-idlair Ruby IPabon, Mildred Mar-
iquard. Middle: Jim )oyle, IAslie Rinehart, Arlene Lim, Barbara Egolf, Kathryn Argo. Back:
Mary Hall, Tom Catanzaro, Bob hiiinghaiii, Dick Reed, Max Pretto.


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See Your Pals After The Garnes
DANCING SOFT DRINKS
Gulick Road


Carlton Hallett: I went lion hunting Mwith a club.
Ralph Harris: Hunting lions with a club? Weren't you afraid?
Carlton Hallett: No, there were about two hundred members in the club.






"THEY GAVE NOT OF THEIR TIME BUT OF THEIR CASH"




BULLY BOOSTERS FOR C. H. S.


Mr. and Mrs. L.'J. Egolf
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Scheidegg
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Argo
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Pretto
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rinehart
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rybicki
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catanzaro
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lim, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Kissam
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thrift
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Salter
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brennan
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stern


Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Marquard
Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty"
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lawrance
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bennett
Miss Helen Kissam
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Wilson
Lt. Col. and Mrs. George Sewell
Major and Mrs. M. A. Everett
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Constantine
Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Villalaz
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Pinto
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Joudrey
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chambers
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Roddy
Sgt. R. H. Lindenmuth
Table "Almarviljojopolmabar"
Miss Mary Jeanne Weisen


Lois S: Raul, you are pretty dirty.
Raul S: I am even prettier, clean.


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That's why we put Oraugt-
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bottles-steals away the flavor and
leaves the beverage flat-tasting
and insipid. But in the patented, I
amber Orange-Crush bottle, fla-
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Colon, R. de P.


Mrs. Smith: Do you want to hear a couple of dillies?
Mrs. Kariger: Yeah.
Mrs. Smith: Dilly dilly.


Dick Reed: I paid a hundred dollars for a dog-part Collie and part bull.
Jimmy Doyle: Which part is bull?
Dick Reed: The part about the hundred dollars.


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Wit: Why?
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COLON


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ABOU SAAD TEMPLE

ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE
Oasis of the Panama Canal Zone

Is a Real Booster of

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL


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Mattress Factory

Melendez Avenue
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COLON





Bet in Rest

"Best in Rest"


Max P.: Teacher, I et seven eggs for breakfast.
Mrs. Smith: Ate.
Max: No! I only et seven.
Mrs. Smith: Ate!
Max: Well, maybe it was eight eggs I et.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1953

ITALIAN LINES STEAMSHIP CO.

Cristobal 3-2464
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1953 CARIBBEAN Halls of Cristobal High School

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T HIS I S W HER E WE SPEND OUR TIM E THE STAFF -et4D eaed aft time Co-edi fors .Lols SCIIEIDEGG A ,\D K AR leEH S taff l 'hotor:fOph e r ___________________ J"1 SCll EIBELE R Art Edit or ___ ROuEilT GRACE Bus illes s JlIlallager.. _. __ L o l s SCHEIDECG S p o n s or ... __ D OROT II'I K alh!") n Arg o B o b Bing h am T o m Catanzaro James Doy l e Barbara Ego l f Mary H all L o u i se J o n es Arl e n e Lim Mildre d Marquard Rub y Pab o n N l ax Prelto Dic k R eed L eslie Rin e h arl 0 011 P o nd e r

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THE TIMEKEEPERS Miss A I H Il'I'son U .S. His t ory, Girls' Counselor, American Problems; B.A. Florida Slale College; M.A. University of Michigan M r E d w ard Ben s e n Science 7; Arithmetic 7; University of Florida B.S. in Educalion l\1i:;s )'''01111( Fi d d c l Coach, Health, Jr. and Sr. High Gym; Son Jose Stole College; A.B. in Edu calion Mr. R.n'lIlo n d E C "imlll c i Woodwork: Jr. and Sr H igh; Driving Closs Instructor ; Scottsbluff Jr. College; B S in Education; University of Nebras ka ; Colorado Stole College of Education M r J oaclltlCS Cook Algebra II, Plane Geometry. Generol Molh; Miami Universi t y. Oxford. Ohio; Graduate work 01 Ohio S lola UniYersily; B.S. in Education Sgt J n Coffill ROTC "E" company adviser; Universit y 01 Roches t er, New York; U.S. Navy; Army t roin ing. Sampson. N .Y., Norfolk, Va ; Foreign theater, Pacific Miss J e anne Brown librarian; Stephens College; B.A. University of Missouri; M.A. U niversity of Missouri M I '. E u g e n e G r egg Social Studies 7 & B; A A Canol Zane Junior College; B A Colorado S t a t e M r No e l Gihson Metal Shop, Mecho n ico l Drawing; B.S, Bradl e y Univ e r s i ty. Peoria, IlIi, nois Mr. B enjamin R Good h e a d Chemis t ry. Phys ics, Solid Geometry; B.S. Colo. A & M; M. Ed. Colo. A & M; Denver U., Denver, Colo.; Col o. S tate College of E d., Greeley, Colo.; No. Idaho College of Ed., Lewis ton, Idaho

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Mr. Ins trumental Music. Vocol BA Con cordlo College. Moorhead. Minnesota; BM ConcordlO Conservotory of Music Forg::>. Nort h DolaTa. M.A UniversiTy of MIChigan. Ann Arbor. Michigan r"alriri: r Sociol Studies 8_ H')usehold Arts 8 8. 9; B S Indiana Uni verSlty (::qll. J. W. 'Ir. Paul ROTC Instructor; UniverSity of Coach. East S troudsburg. Indiana. B S Army comm is Pennsylvania; Buclnell sion. F t Bragg. North Cora-Univenit y Iino. OCS. Camp Dovis. North Carolina; Officers Advanced Course. Fort Benning,Georgia Mr. ( : al"l Mal/II Eiology, Boys' Stlonsor; Teochu Col lege. Columbia Universi t y. New York Cit y ,'Ii .... HI .... I.i l l" -English 11 8. 1 2 Randolph Macon Worr,en's Colleqe. B A UniverSITy of West Y,rgtn'u." M A UniverSity of WesT V,rgtnl(l, C"ndldOIe for Ph D at New J. l ;. Co, ''F" Adviser. ROTC; Drill Team Instructor; Basic. Fr I(no>;; UniverSi ty of Missis Sippi; ROTC School. UniverSity of MissiSSippi; 4 service schools In the Army 'Jr. I. .. k 1',,1111111111 Coach. Health Gym; B S Mmyv,lIeState Teachers College. Maryville. MiSSOUri Mis,. Su"hi,' Cafeteria. Household Arts; B S Universi t y of Wyoming; UniverSity of Colifornia Mr ... Hilfkuhl Spanish 7. English 8; BA. New Yod, UniverSity; M A Teachers College. Columbia University

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Mr. Curl ScrJ:;c r English 7 & 8 & 9; A B Colorado StaTe College of Educa tion Greeley, Colorado Mi ss V e n:! Sass e Training, Shorthand, Advanced and Elementary Typing, S A Accoun tant; A B Nebraska S tate Teachers College; M.A. Colorado State College of Education Greeley, Colorado Mr. Howard Simle r Algebra 9; General Science; New York Universi T y (Washington Square College of Arts and Sciences l B.A.; New Yark Uni versi t y Graduate School o f Education; M.A. Mi ..... M a n J"II1II1I' ... n Mr. Charlcs Wallace French 10 Spanish 9 & II Latin 8; Da niel Boker College; Brawnswaad, Texas; M.A. University of Texas. Austin, T exas; Further study at University of Chicago; McGill Universi t y a t ManIreaL Canada; NOTional University of Mexico. Mexico City Early World His tory, English 7, Social Studies 7. College of 51. Scholastica, Dulut h, MinSA CI II'" E. J. Wi 1s01l ROTC InWuc lar; OCS, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; CombaT Training, Africa, Italy, Korea, Austria, France, Germany, Japan Mr. JUIIICS E. SleOlrn s Modern World History, Spanish 8 & 10 ; B .S. in Education, Un ive r s i t y of Florida; M A University of Florida; Graduate work, University of Rica Mi ss Ma c \l' o M Arithmetic 7 & 8 ; B A. Volley Ci t y S t a te Teachers College, Volley City, N orTh DakOTa Mrs Dorolh,-Smilh English 1 0, Journalism; A.B Ohio Northern University; M.A. Denver University; Further STudy in Columbia University, New York Miss 1\1:lrv Worre ll Elementary on' d Advance d 7 & 8 Art, English 9; B S Universilyof Missouri; M.S Norlh weslern University; Fur t h e r study a t California School of A r I s and Crofts, 8erkeley, California -/

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LE SLIE IlJ:-iEIlAH T B undle" \ 1:lIlhaltan .\e\1 ... vrk J uly 5. 1935 "The spa r k ill tlte CIl.S. b(.ileTl Camero Club I "e" Club 2, 3, 4 Swimming 1 ; Foot ball 1 2 ; Varsity 3, <:; Baske tball 1 ; Jr. Varsity 2 3; Varsit y 4 ; Baseball 1 ; Varsit y 2 3, 4; Sr. Closs Pr es.; Jr. Rifle Club 3 ; Sluder I Council 3; Trod ewind 4 ; Caribbean Stoff 4; Holl Duty 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; ROTC 2; Debate Club 2, 3 ; CommiTtees I 2. 3. 4; Key Wes t ; H all 0 1 Fame 4 ; Exchonge Student 3; AIIOpponent 4; Bowling 3, 4 ; Football Court 4; Browl Coach EJ.lZ\IIETil )JAIl \ TAllfl /J(tI)' LolfJll. H publi c of 1.J'.IIIarna \uJ.!u, 22. "/1 I(f",defJu/}u/mrllef. Illth {/ Itillill/! (/tfll//fle" Drama ie Club 3, 4, Vice Fres. Sr doss. Swimming I, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2. 3, 4; Bosrelboll I, 2. 3. 4, Sohball I, 2. 3, 4; F T A. 3, 4 library 4; Pep Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; Mock Elections 3, 4; Ploy, "Gramercy Ghost 4; "Goou by,... My Fancy" 4 C J 'ETTE WACHTEL \I ('tz. France J anuary 8. 1935 Intelligent lind c QQfJerati,'e" Dramatic Club 4 ; Volleyball, I 2 3, 4 ; All Stars 4; Basketball I 2, 3, 4; All Stars 4 ; Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Bad min ton 1 ,2; F .T.A. 3, 4 ; Pep Club 4; Torrid lone Wizards 2, 3. 4 ; Vice Pres., 4; Sr Closs Treas.; J r. Sr. Pr om 3; Commillees I, 3, 4 ; Mock Elections 4; Thetpion P loy, "Gramercy Ghost" 4 MAIlCAIlET JA NE JOUDHEY "'\/argie" Ft. William. Ontario. Canada O ctober 31. 1 936 "Preft)'. poise(/. (///(/ 1)/1/1( :ll1ar Dramatic Club 1 2. 3, 4 ; Thespians 3, 4 ; Historian 4; Honor Society 3, 4; President 4 ; Sr Closs Sec. 4; Bosketboll 2, 3; Softball 1. 2. 3; Volleyball I 2, 3 4 ; Torrid Zone Wizards 2 3, 4; Sec Treas. 3; library Ass'!. 4 ; Student Council 3 ; Pep Club 1 2 ; Hall Duty 3; Committees 1 2, 3. 4; Jr.-Sr Pram 3 ; Exchange 3; Swimming 1, 3; Thespian Plo ys, B loc k Flamingo" 2; "Meet Corliss Archer" 3 ; "Gro-nercy Ghost" 4 ; "Goodbye. My Fancy 4 ; Hall of Fame 4

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Valleyball 3, 4; Softball I 2, 4 Jr Rifle Club !, 2, 3, 4; Secretory 4; Glee Club 2 3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Bond 1,2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Caribbeon Staff 4; Trodewind STaff 4, Cammillees I, 3, 4; Jr-Sr. Pram 3; Cam mencement and Boccalaureate 3; "Goodbye, My Fancy" 4 Thespians 4 ; Dramatic Club 4; Mack Elections 3,4 "C" Club 3, 4, Swim ming 1 2, 3, 4; VarsiTy 1,2,3,4; Track 1. 3,4, Varsity 3, 4; Foot ball I, 2, 3, 4 ; Varsity 4; Softball I 2, 3, 4, ROTC 2, 3, Drill Team 3, S tage Crew 1, 3; Commillees 2, 3, 4 "C" Club 2, 3, 4 ; Saft boll 2; FooTball 1 2, 3, 4; VarSITy 1 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Va rsity I 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3; Varsity 3, F.T.A. 3; 21 Club 4; Glee Club I 2, 3, 4 Cycle Club 4, Secy_ 4, E!and 4, ROTC 3, 4, Camml:tees 1 2, 3, 4 K alhr:"11 Ann Argo S flOrl.' Crand Cou let', .J III) 16, "The mad,t-tlpe lIilh .\mile (llld (l,'rOIllIllOdalill!! 1/(113," ,lIilo" C o]ron, R e plddic of I'allllma 28. It):n "ef'IIII!" ttf Ihe tNul,: lIIef/l/(/1I (1/ the IIMef" (;"111':'::1' Erlln,l B"IIIII'11 ',,-'hirltlll, tI -. .\"1\' \larch I. 19:t; "(,'",,11 Uti the Ifm/, (llId (II/ Ihe TII"(/' "C" Club 4, Bo.ball 3, 4, Vorsify 3, 4; Basl..etball 2; Commit 4 Football 2; Basl..etball 2, 3, Softball 2. 3 ::omera Club 1, 2, 3, "C" Club 2, 3, 4 ; Pres Ident 4, Frosh Closs President, Foatboll I. 2, 3, 4, Varsify 1. 2. 3, 4, I, 2 3, 4, Varsity I. 3, 4, Trod. 4; Softball I. 2; 80seball 3, 4; Vorsi f y 3, 4, Student Council 2; R OTC 2. 3, 4; Com millees I, 2, 3, 4, "Mother is a Fresh man" 3, All Zone Foot boll Team 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4 : \l'lhllr "Ar," ( .,,:on. ]{"I"I],lil' "f I)anarlla 16. 1931 I II;' e JUI', lIuli aoillli 1111 Ihl! 1II0/111'!" Thlll1l:I F ; ltH i:-Bn'lIllan "/J"u' "'' \11' 'III. ( : .. 11.1 1 Z ,.n, n ,!,,]wr .. 111 f'(f,\\-f!."ill,!! .. u"/'-lIIfU//lo'l't:d ,1:111" V"I' IHHI lIul., U .':,anl "Bpfr"

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Jud i t h E lc:lll o r Chan Cl.h'll. t h 'puhlic of Panama O C lt.blr 30. 1935 "Diminlltil e. s t'lI/iQIlS. 10/lghs (o;o.ill. L eonida s Aris t ifli s Con stllntino Colon. R e pu hlic of P a nama ) I a rch 31. 1 9 35 /fit and lIiM/om /li th ",ilitorl L ts lit C r u f t Jr . \orfo lk Vir g inia "'eptcrnhe r 8. 1935 T/I,. mon I(./t" the rnr flnrl 'he ,'othi'''-' '' Orchestra 4 ; Jr .Sr. Prom 3; Hall of Fome 4 Jr. Rifle Club 1.2,3, 4 ; Varsity 1 2 3, 4 ; S.A. T reos. 4 ; Bosket balll; J. V. Boske T boll 2 ; Vorsity 3 4; Soh boll 1 2 ; Football 1 2; Varsity 4 ; Torrid Zone Wizards 2 4; 21 Club 2, 3; STudent Council 4 ; Glee Club 1. 4; H all Duty 2, 3; Deba t e Club 2; S loge Work 1,2, 3; Commi t lee!. 1 2. 3. 4 ; ROTC 2. 3. 4 ; Bm. Com monder 2; Hall of Fome 4 ; Honor Society 4. Footboll 1 2; Softball 2. 3; Basketball 2, 3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Comi l lees 1 2. 3. 4; Pro je ctor Operator 2. 3, 4 ; Cycle Club 4 ; Mock Elec ti ons 4 ; Hall of Fame 4 R o b erl W ill hllil D Olluhuc Bee" B roo kl YII. New Y o r k A lI g u s l 1 6. 1 934 Q /lie t with (l 1 0/lch oj th e oM / ris h:' J a mes D t H It, / ; cklcs" Co l o n H epubl i c o f P a n alll a January 1 8. 1 936 "The bigge s l li tt l e senio r in ef/:)." ll.l.Irbarll Ann Egolf Co l o n R epubl i c o f P a nama 20. 1 9 35 Cllte. reliable (111( / c h ic!" Football I 2 3; Bas ket boll 1. 2 ; Varsity 3; Bond I "C" Club 3, 4; Bas ketboll 1 2 3, 4; Football I 2 3, 4 ; Varsi t y Mgr. 3. 4 ; Sahboll 1. 2, 3; 2 1 Club 1, 2, 3; Student Cou n cil 1. 2; T rodewin d 4 ; Coribbean 4 ; Committees 1 2 3 4 ; The!.pion Ploys "Gramercy Gho!.t 4 Drom tic Club 3, 4; B os ke tball I 2 3 4 ; Vol leyball I, 2 3, 4 ; Soft ball 1,2,3,4; F.T A 3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club 3; Pep Club 3; G lee Club 2 3; Coribbean Stoff 4; Trodewind 4 ; H oll Duly 3; Commillees 1 2 3, 4 ; Jr Sr Prom 3

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Football 4 ; Vorsi f y 4 ; CommllTees 4 Queen's Court 4 ; Mock Elec Ions 4 F,TA 3, 4, Jr_ Rdle Club I, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Mock Elections 4 I 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 4 ; F oot ball 1,2,3,4, VOrSlfy 2; Jr. Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1 : ROTC 2, 3, 4 ; Torrid Zone Wiz_ ards 4 Hall Duty 2,3. \\a hl'r E\cn'l! --ji"," [), la\ 1 art D,l,n\f,n ])"tl'1ll1wr 19. 1935 --Good hUTl/ored lind qllick r e /orts:' Ilclld tla Ft'rd Hf!"'H'" Canal Zont 28. 193 6 --( l lliet w i th (/ droll sell. '!! of hUTl/vr: C h a rl c A l f r cf l G ,'r.,hul< "Cllflr!ip" dl '] T ur(l J{"puldi(' of P anallHI O,,,,I .. ,'r 21. 1933 --. pollle plllg POllt (tt 1.':' Football 1 2, 3, 4, Vanit y 1,2,3, 4; Soft boll I 2; Baseball 3, 4, Varsi t y 3, 4; Troc"I 2, 3, 4 ; Varsity I, 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 ; "C" Club 2, 3, 4, Studenl Council 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Hall Duty 1, 2; Commi llees I, 2, 3. 4; Official FreshmanSophomore Brawl 4, All Conal Zone Foo t ball 3, 4 Jr Rdle Club 3, 4; Vanity 3, 4 ; Softball 1 2 4; Swimming 4 Basketball I 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Badminton I 2; Volleyball I 2, 3, 4 Ar t Honor Society 3, 4 MocL.. Elections 4 Com millees 3, 4, Jr Sr Prom. \"11 \ o rk. \"11 \ ork II. 19;U --'Ii, (II/!!II(, (Ire VI!!r /1/(/111 Oan1I C h adlul<' (;rl'I'lIt' "f)tlrf'" Cul"Il, Ht'puhli ... "f Panallla \UJ;LH 193.-) --'"tiilidualist lIith delilll tt' id!!(/s:' Eulalia G u a r rlill ) 1I('n P a nama, R epuhlic or P a n a m a J 20. --Female Rembrandt lI'ith (1 tmge fJ; gmetl.--

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C alhc r i n c H a ll I J llt e h PrillCt'lOll, \\ ('-I Virginia 1 "1. 1 935 P ersis tent, (Ieliber(l{e. with fI perpetual tll 'il/kle:' C .. rI C I OIl F r a n c i s I I allclt "Bristles" Colon. Hepul,li c l.r Panama \ I ay 27. 1 93 1 "Trophies wote his hllntiug shill: .... ,111 Fr: lI w i -f". Calirllrnia JUII" 29. 19: H '\I(,,.h(/fI/(flII) fllI(lllfl'rflll) 1fI f"1i1l('(/." Dramati c Club 3, 4; Thespians 4 ; Basketball 1.2.3; Volleyball I ; Badminton 2; Jr. Rifle Club 2, 3. 4, Quill and Scroll 4 ; Caribbean Sloff 4 T radewind 4 ; Commit tees I 2, 3. 4; Jr.-Sr Prom 3; Commence, ment and Baccolaure ate 3; Mack Election s 3, 4; Thespian Ploys Block Flamingo 2 ; "Mother Is A Fresh man" 2 ; Night of Jon. 16th" 3; "Meet Corliss Archer 3; Gramercy Ghost" 4; "Goodbye. My Fancy 4; library 4 Camero Club 2; Bas, ketball I 2, 3; Soft boll 1 2, 3; Jr Rifle Club I ; Pep Club 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; ROTC 2 3, 4 ; Committee 4 Bowling 4 JaC11ue1i1lC H edric k Scmarang. Ja\ a ,\lay 8. 193 1 "Amiable (llId alwlI)s 011 the go:' E ll c n L ouisc J o nes "Luigi"' Oran. \ Ii ",soltri February 10. 1 93 1 She's petitef Shes (liligelllf She blllshes.'" Na n c y L e e K:'lrig cl' "J)e l lll i e Colo n R cpllhl i c nf P anama F e bruary 2, 1 935 "."r;arkfing anti Versa tile:' Student Council I, 4; Glee Club I 2, 3; Mock Elections 4 Committees 4; Commencement and Baccalaureote 3; Carib bean S t off 4; Trade wind 4 ; Mock Elections 4 Dramatic CI. 1.2 ,3 ,4; Pres 4 ; Toes 3,4; Pres 4; Hon So. 3.4; Var. 2, 3, 4 ; Vice Pres, 4; Vol leyball 1 ,2,3, 4: All Stars 1 ,2,3. 4 ; Softball 1 ,2,3, 4; All S lars 1,2, 3,4: Baskelboll 1,2.3. 4; All Slors 1,2,3,4; Badminton 1,2; Bowl ing 3,4; S A Vice Pres 3: F T A 3.4: Stud en t Counc.il 1,2 4; Pep Club 2; arch. 1,2,3 ; 1,2,3; Quill & Scroll 4; Coribbeon Sloff 4 ; Tradewind 4 ; H all DUly 3; Comm's 1 ,2,3.4; Jr Sr Pr:;lm 3; Comm & Bocc. 3; FOOl ba II Queen 4 ; ROTC Span. 4 ; Cheer leader 2,3,4; S vi,, ming 1 3,4; Brawl Cooch 3; Mock Elect 3, 4; Hall Fame 4; "Mol her i s a Freshmon" 2; "Meel Corliss Archer" 3; "Gramercy Ghost" 4: "Goodbye, My Foncy" 4; Torrid Wizards 4

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Bas k e tball 1 R OTC 2, 3 , Vars,ty Club 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 All S tars 1 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 3 4 All Stars 1 2. 3, 4 P e p C l ub 1 ; G lee C l ub 1 Dramatic Club 1 2 3 4 Sec 4 ; Vor, 2 3 4 ; Sec 4 So llboll 1 2, 3 4 All S t a rs 2 3, 4 ; Vol l e yb all I 2, 3. 4. All S lars 2, 3. 4 boll I 2, 3. 4 All S tars 2 3 4 Closs Sec-T reas. 1 ; Closs S ec.T reas. 2; F T A 3 4 libraria n 4 ; S tud e n t C o un c i l 4 Pep Club 1 2.3; Orchest ra 1 2. B and 1.2; Cori bbean S t off 4 ; Tra d e w i n d 4 Q u il l and Scroll 4 Co mmillees I 2, 3, 4, J r S r P rom 3; M oc k Elec t ion s 3. 4 Badmin t on 3 4 1(111,(,1' 1 DU/I(';./I l ,a"ra lll'l' --W,," \ el\ or\.. . \ "11 '"r\.. D"" "IllI,t"r :!. I Y.11 "G(. II/II". 1111/ ulll doo r 1I1I1fI:' .Iuli,la 1.,'1' i .. 11"lIlIllI'rlill;': ,1u/i,," l"Il( !jh'i,'n. ( I!lriqui. J'.I11.1I11.t \Ia l :!H, 11).-)2 / f lerl" 'f'Ilr/"llIlIIflfl" t\rl"11I' l'all i j ; 1 I .illl ,l/u .. I'" r l \ r ul ljt II ... C h iriq l l i. l'al1;Jlll;J \lan 'l! :n. !Y:il /11'/11'(( 1 011'. ,'/wI/II'1I1 1 1 1 h rr fl'fII / (011/, f,m I .. Var s i t y Club 2 3, 4 ; Volleyb all I 2, 3. 4 ; All S!ors 2 3. 4 Bas f..ob aJi I 2 3, 4 AJI S lars 2. 3, 4 S oftI at! 1 2, 3. 4 All S tars I 2 3, 4 S W im. ming 3; p ( P Club 2.3, GIc." Club 2 3, Carib bean S!a l/ 4 Trad e '" Ind 4 H all D U l y 2. 3. Jr,S r P rom 3. C om mi' tees I 2. 3. 4 H all o f Fame 4 B a d m int o n 3, 4 B ow l i ng 3 4 Camero Club 2, Soft. boll 2; Jr. Rifle Club 4 library Ass I 2; Co m m ittees 2,3; R O T C 2.3,4 Club 2. 3. 4 Volley b all 1 2, 3, 4 All Stars 2, 3. 4 S':lft 1;(111 1 2. 3, 4 All Slors 2. 3, 4 Bad mln. I o n I ; Pep Club I ; Com m lllees 2. 3, 4 M oc k Ele c t i o n s 4 ; H all '1iI,ln,,1 E l i zalu'lh Marllllard l/ill. , ( ,,1"11. f 1',111.1111. 1 JIIII. :!L I II/ I f,, f '''11 IIIIIr / IIIlgh" f " Ii." 1 ,III,lItI,1. H"I'III,I .. f 1 1II 1II1i1 \1I;':1I .. I.t 1 ).: 1 " 'f1t'ul"/,II/"I,,,'./ol/l,'flllI,h." o f Fame 4 ..... P : I II ; II1I,I H \ l'uloli, of P a l H111I, 1 I)\'\" mlwi 1 ;-.;. 1111 fll' I (llId /flt:lld/l."

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Muriel Di:lI1e Morlatul S ,,"", " P a nama, Hepuhli c of Panama JUIII: 21. 1935 "Likable with g(ll giggles:' H o h ert George Or"is ""{Job" \neon, Can al Zo nt> :-:,,, It-mbt' r 1 2, 19 35 //"1:11,11, and Ill/f 01 !II":' \11""n. ZIJII" Janutlr) u, 19: H Ivlllt (Ote" 10(1 .. 5 oflll (J di\I)(Jsition:' Badminton 2; Volley ball 2 3, 4; BaskeTball 2 3 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Pep Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Committees 3. 4 ; Jr.Sr. Prom 3; Mock Elections 4; Thespian Ploys, "Meet Corliss Archer" 3, "C" Club 3, 4; Bose boll ; Baske t ball 1 ; Football ; Varsity 2. 3, 4 ; Student Council 4 ; Jr, Sr Pro m. 3; ROTC 2,3; Cammillees 4; Hall of Fame 4 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4; All Stars 3; Basketball 2, 3 4; Softball I 2 3, 4; All Stars 4 ; Swimming 3; Badmin ton 1, 2; Pep Club I, 3 4; JrSr Prom 3 ; Commencement and Baccalaureate 3; Hall Duty 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3; Orchestra 1 ; Commillees 1.2,3, 4; Caribbean S toff, 4 ; T radewind Staff 4 I stll.lc Leon P e h rno\, jc h Col"lI. Hepublic of Panama ,\Iay .... 1 935 lIr. 'Baskelball' who imitales l a/son: Yuland:'1 P c n a lt e tT Cra } 'o-l'o" Qu ito. E cuador O ctobe r 29. 1934 "She's (trlistic lind sews so ni cel) ,. DUllalfl Ponde r '"/)011" Wa:o:hin gton. Distric t o f Cullll11hia Sept emher I. 1934 "Serious (Ind cycle min ded: Thespians 4; "C" Club 4; Basketball I 4 ; Varsity 4 ; Jr. Varsi t y I; Football I 4 ; Soh boll I 4 ; 2 1 Club 4 ; S tudent Council 4; Glee C l ub I 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 4 ; Thes pion Ploys. "Arsenic a n d Old lace" 1 ; "Gramery Ghost" 4; "Goodbye, My Fan cy" 4 ; H all o f Fame 4. Dramatic Club 4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Basket ball 1,2,3; Pep Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1 ; Commi llees I 2, 3, 4 ; Jr.-Sr Prom 3; Art Honor Society 3, 4 "C" Club 2, 3,4; Bose boll 1 ; Football 1,2; Basketball 1 ; Track Varsity I 2, 3,4; Tradewind 4 ; Carib bean 4 ; ROTC 2

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Dramatic Club 3. 4 Thespians 3, 4 ; Hanar Saciet y 4 ; Camera Club 2; Jr. li!ifle Club 2, 3, 4 ; Varsi t y 3, 4 ; Student Cauncil 1 ; Saph. Vice Jr. Vice P res.; S.A. 4 ; Faat boll 2; Softball 2; 21 Club 1 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club 4 ; Torrid Zone Wizards 1. 2, 3, 4 ; Hall Duty 3; Commit reo 1 2, 3, 4 ; ROTC 2, 3, 4 ; Debate Club 2; Thespian Plays, "Meet Corliss Archer" 3; "Night of January 16th 3; "Gramercy Ghast 4 ; Slage Work 2, 3, 4 ; Hall of Fam e 4 Camera Club 2; Carib bean 51011 4 ; Trade wind 4 ; H all Du t y 3; Cammillees 1. 2; Thes pian Ploys, "Night of January 16th"3;Class Assemblies, 1 2, 3; S Tage Wor k 3. "C" Club 3, 4 ; Sec "C" Club 4 Foo tball 1 ; Varsity 2, 3, 4 ; Baseball 3, 4 ; Jr. Rille CI ub 1 2; ROTC 2; CommiTTe es 3, 4 ; Jr. Sr. P rom 3; Tradewind Staff 4, Caribbean 4 ; Thespian Ploy, "Gramercy GhosT" 4 Carl Arlhur Pinlo "Cur/it," Culot1. B,'pllldk "f i ':.lllama ,\'oqmlwr 2:1. 19.),') 1 wel/m//Ilired alld f/t'(lfHII! lealler:' Max I','elh, S It" "N(!;:.ro" Co lon. HqHlb l ie "f Panama J I S 1 933 "Eoger to please ol/fllllll ollllllghJl:' Bidtanl J B ('!: II "Didi' BdJin;,!harn, .'-:"pt,mb,r \. 3. 19:{ 1 "/-/(lI,,)l.golud,l /I /Ill leI CramaTlc Club 2, 3, 4; Thespians 4; Camero Club 2, 3; T racL.. 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2; Carib bean Staff 3; Trade wind 3. Baseball 1 2, 3, 4 Varsi t y 2, 3, 4; Foot boll 1,2,3,4, Basket. ball 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsi t y 2, 3, 4. C Club 2 3, 4; Saph Closs Treas.; Orchestra 1,2, 3; Band I, 2, 3; Hall Duly 2. 3; Jr.Sf. Pram 3; Cammillees I. 2, 3, 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4, Co Commander 4. All Canal Zane Foo tball 4 ; Key West Oppan. ent s 4 Hall of Fame 4 Volleyball 3. 4, A II Slars 3, Softball 3, 4 ; Glee Club 1; Foo tball Court 4 David Bubcll i Calif orni a Dt,t'l'lllbt.'1' I I "111 e/t', '(r;t'ul/I'/Iliniled Mllge haud:' Unll('rl E fh.anl SaikI' "81;111.:. .... (lp'n"ll. (:,'or gi:l 31. 1 93,; lind illlel/I;,:ell/ 11111 jf"'" Gi.'ufgif/: Dinilh Vj\'ialll' .. tl ,lIulu!(I',iIU" t "lUll. H"pllblit' uf l -'ull:lIt1;, \Luch 13. 19:13 'or (lre/ree fllld rln Ih III II :.

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Vol leyball 2, 4; Soft ball 2, 4; Bosketball 2. 4; All Stars 2; Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1 ; ROTC Sponsor 4; Hall .. of Fame 4. Lou S asso Colon R epublic of Panama -'l arch 1 3 1 933 "Dollcing feel (111(1 a serelle dl:.llle(ll/or. James Norlon Schcibclcr Bi;: Ji","' -"'a n Di ego. California DI'ccll1hc r 14. 1'131 "SllUols th e B/lII. (:(llIIel"(1. basketimll 1/1111 gllll:' SUI' S(l lI'iti'-:1! I rvinglon \I'W \ U:PH 21. ".1" f/I//bilifJI/5 bro/w-"J'l'fl IJ/olldc. Jr. Rifle Club 2, 3. 4 ; Varsity 2, 3, 4 ; Execu live Officer 3, 4 ; Bas ke t ball 3, 4; J v:s 3; Varsi ty 4 ; Quill and Scroll 4; Caribbean Sla// 4; Tradewind 4 ; Committees 2, 3, 4 ; Sludent Council 3. Camero Club 2; Vars i t y Club 2, 3. 4; 4 ; Honor Society 4; Sec.-Treos. 4; Volley boll 1. 2, 3. 4; All Slars, 1 2, 3, 4 ; Baske t ball 1,2, 4 ; All Stars 1,2.4; Softball 1 ,2,3, 4; All S ian 1, 2, 3, 4. F .T.A. 3, 4; Library 3; Pep Ctub 2; Quirt and Scroll 4 ; Caribbean Stoff 4 ; Trodewind 4 ; Commi t lees 1,2,3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Football Court 4 ; Bowling 3 B :II' b ,II' a Joall S heri'" ""Babs" T url ey Oklaho lllu Jll l1e26. 1 9 35 "A gleeflll gal I/'ho I.-no/I' s h e r Histor)'." B eatrice B e l''' Turky. Oklaho ma 8ep ltmbt.:r 23. 1 933 "Qlliet. phu/ugcnic olld (Iepel/dable." A ll e n K e llll eth Silllons "IJI;IIkr" Col"n. H epublie uf Panam: 1 O('lo b el' 2 5 .193 4 "/-Ie makes 'he hall s r illg," Volleyball 2; Softball 3; Bask e tb all 2; Mock Elections 4 Volleyball 1 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Bm ketball 1 2, 3; OrchesI ro 3; Bond 1, 2, 3; The s pia n Ploys, M o l her Is A Fresh man" 3. Soft boll 1 2, 3; Fool boll 1,2; Bask etball 1 2.

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FOOlboli 1,2; ROTC 2, 3, 4 Elections 3; Committees 3, 4 Softball I 2, 3, 4, Varsi t y 1; Bosk.etboll I 2, 3, 4 ; Football I, 2; Eas e ball 4 Band I, 2 3; Comm i ttees I 2, 3, 4 ; ROTC 2, 3; S tage Work 4 Dramatic Club 4 Stu d e nt Council I ; Volley ball I 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3; Commillees 3, 4, Jr,-Sr, P rom 3; Foot ball Court 4 ; ROTC Sponsor 4 ; Mock Elec li o n s 4 Hall o f Fame .. Ch"d .... Dlirhalil. :\ol'lh Carolina .J1I1Il' I. I tH .') I lit! (1t(1\: /1./, ('I en 00,1, Irielld." E II\ \:l1'I1 --Ebbil' Elli" lI t Cih. \1:'l'\lalid JIlIlI' JO. 19:{1 Tit. rOfllnill}! j"henllf/II II/ the "fJiffu(/I." I ,i, j : :-ill-I \ ",-,111 "LOII."--( ',,1011. H "pulolil "f Pan:tma \pril 9 1 933 QIII'{-/l 0/ I/lImbfJ; fllld (lrt'/lI 100.'" Dromat.c Club 4, Vol leyball 4; F T A, 4, Glee Club 4; Commtl lees 4 ; Mock EleCTions Football 1,2,3, Swim ming 1, 2, Baseball 2,3.4 ; Vanit y 2, 3. 4; Bas1..e t ball 3; Varsi t y 3 Camero Club 2; 21 Club 2. 3; Hall DUly 3; Mock E lecTIons 4, Com mITtees 2, 3, 4, R OTC 2, 3; Thespian Ploys. Ni gh t 0/ Jan 1 61h" 3 L urlla :-il ulIl --P(J,hl -1':'-:1.1,'113. ( :alif"lllia \ IJl'i] II. ]9J,') J qlli,/ filiI", huh millll,d, H a lll Alllu" Pan;ulla (III, I {('puillil' "f I'.W:tIll:l \lIl"lIlllt,!, '21 ]lHI .. I/ilrl'lIIllfIllt'red. 111111011/ 1/ /lorf) itt 111(, IImld," """,,,ri'lllll /IIlfld",I: II/lld",1 ,IIIIt/lllild"I,"

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AI:"ce AnI! T h o m a s "A"II" Colon. J\epublic uf P anaJlla October 27, 1935 Olliet. It it" rt penelra tin g persor/(llih:' Jl.IlUCS T orne M urin '"Ji m ",y Co l on. J\epubli c of Panama October 18. 1 932 Diligent. lI!1rtble (mel de/ er Il'illl tools:' Julin Turll" Mad,. Varsi ty Club 2 3, 4; Vice Pres 3; Pres 4 ; Volleyball 2 3 4; All Stan 2, 3 4 ; Bas kel boll 1,2,3,4; All Stan 2,3,4; Softball 1 ,2,3, 4; All Slars 1 2, 3, 4 ; Swimming I ; f!.odmin ton 1 ,2; Bowling 3, 4 ; Stud.;:nl Council 2, 3; S.A Sec. 4 ; Orchestra 1,2,3; Bond 1,2,3; Cheerleader 4 ; Jr.Sr. Prom 3; Queen's Court 4 ; Commillees 1 2, 3, 4; Mock Elections 4 ; Hall 01 Fame 4 So ftb all I 2, 3, 4 ; Bas ketball I, 2, 3; Track I 2; Football 1 ; 21 Club I; Jr. Rifle Club 1,2; Commillees 4 easketboll I 4 ; S oft boll 2, 4 ; Commillees 3.4 C"loll. 1{"pu] ,li l of Panama J allllar) 29. 1 9 : H (;rdH/ 'II(/III(I'" /lilt! f,:1II/W'I.milld"d. W illiam G eorge W etze l Bi " York. New Yor k De ce mbe r 6. 1936 Polile. (Jlld ellS) t o get. along with:' James I-fcnr:,' W ilson "Jim,,,:,' Ancon. Canal Zone Decembe r 1 6. 19 35 Tall. schol arl y, (111(/ reservetf.' H o l alll i o Vil :alaz R o /)"" Colo n R e p u b l i c of Panam a January 1 3. 1 935 "LlIte CQm e r with the ValentiTlo 100/;." Jr.Sr. Prom 3; Com mittees I, 2; ROTC 2, 3, 4 ; H all Dul y 3 2 1 Club 3,4; Hall Dul y 3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Mock Elec t ions 4; Commit tees 3, 4 ; Hall of Fame 4

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THIS is Vernon? Four Atloses. Mr Donohue h i ms elf 4 Coged in! 5 AU lined up and pre tty 6 Ride e m Cowboy. 7 Con thi s b e true' 8 The doves of CHS 9 N o c omme nt! ! The paus e that r e fr u h es. 11. Just thinking! Oh! What' s h e soying? Sitting pre tty 8athing b eautie s for tru e H uh! That grin!

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CLASS WILL To lire parly oj 'he set'otll l IJar', Tir e party oj the first part lellves-ARGO, KATHRYN-ht'r h e i ght 1 0 J u d) ARIAS } \ NSELl\IO-THO Il t:} to Jilll1u Lara BENNETT, GEORGE-hi" unan "we r('d q u es tion .. 10 J ohn Albright BLADES. ARTHU R-hi:.: pitc hin g arm 1 0 anyon e \\, ho' mun "lIo u g h 1 0 lukt-it BRENNAN. TOM-hi" ('uri) hair 1 0 Scolly ,\leNid BRYANT, VERNON-his Balbo:! p opularity to Joel)' Robe r::-o n C H AN. J U D I1'H-h e r cour"es in ,\Iath 10 h e r j ... l t: f CONSTANTINE. LEO-hi:: G rcck philo::oph } 1 0 -'Ii:.::; Lile r CnOFT. LESLIE-hi" m O l o r sco ot e r riding abilil} t o D : mll ) Ki ss am DONA HeE, ROBERT-le aves lIlo l u r cy cles b e h ind! DOYLE, JIll1i\1Y-his "winni n g ways" with Liter 1 0 T opper Didi e r EGOLF. BAHBARA-he r typin g abilit y a n d fingefllai :s t o Caro l N('whard EVERETT, g r e at inte lligen ce t o Bill y P rice FERRI. UENRIETTA-he r bt'aut iful black to Donna Gl)t r GERCHOW, CHARLES-his s andin g paJ to Dario Gon z.:lle1. CHACE. nickna ml'. -'Goof y t o an y unl u c k y Junior G REENE. dy n amic t o J ohn Hat g i Gt:ARDI A. E LALlA-la r pri\il ege t o c h e w gum in Eng l i .. h 12 t o Blan quita .\l eNall HALL, MARY-h e r abil i t } to get c onf u se d to T agaroJlulo s 1 I A LLET1' C AR LETON-h i s du c k huntin g s kil l to J ohn Ddan('y HAHRIS, RALPH-hi::. a bilit y to s kip sc hoo l 1 0 Corrig a n HEDRI C K JACQVELlI"E-he r wit and h e r 1 0 \ e for fun t o th e r es t of th e k i d s 1 IEMMERLlNG, J U L I ETA LEWI S h e r d t s i r e t o collect b utte rfli es 10 Dianl' Sc h eidtgg JONES, LOU ISE-he r qui e t W3}S in th e hall s of C. H S JOUDREY. MARGARET-he r s weet di spos itio n 10 Arl e n e Vand e rgrift KAIUGER, NANCY-her nickna m e of "fat s" to .\I e rced es LAWRA J"CE, ROBERT-his "lau g h" 1 0 T ommy Gibso n LIM. ARLENE-h e r a b ilit y to ca t all th e tim e and not g d fat to L ouise Edmon s o n MARQUARD, MILDRED-h e r athl etic a bilit y 1 0 .\I a r y LOll All tn McKAIL, LIDIOall Englis h 12 book::. 1 0 Larr y Cox M c KEOWN, JEANETTE-h e r l e tt e r wri ting i n fir S I p e riod S H 10 J llan .\l a c K e n z i e MORLAND, M U R IEL -h e r "Iight fig u r e to Kay Dig nam O R V IS, ROBERT-Ihe rig ht side of th e b e n c h to Bob Conn ard PABON, R UUY-Iu: r mambo dan c ing ahil ity 10 Vir g inia \IcBride r'E LTY NOVIC H I SAAC hi s h e i ght t o J\Ir. G o odh e ad l'ENA HEllilERA. YOLANDA-h er pri\ ilege t o get o neh alf h o ur latt' t o t o Hic key P INTO. CARLall 5.1\. t o th e 5 4 Prexy PONDER. DON-th e hurdl es to Tom m y Hu ghl-'s PRETTO, MAX-his S pan i s h pronun c iation t o ,\Ir" S mith REED. D I C K-his car t o th e 195-1 J o urnali s m cla ss IUNEHART, LESLIE-Iht' titl e of "lillI e Bug" to C arl TUllle H UBELLI DAVIDh i s abili t y tu tak e curv es o n twO whet,ls 10 P i t1.i S ervel11i SALTER, ROBERT-all hi s g irl s to G ene .\l c Gau g hey SASS O NANCY h e r o ffice tra i nin g t o th c futur e Se nior s S ASSO D INAJ-Ih e r j o b h e lp e r in C afet e ria t o th e n ext h c lp less \ i c tim SC H EIBLE R J AMES-tht' j ob o f !-ch ool p h o t og r a ph e r 1 0 a n yonc with llIor e pati e n c c than h e ha s SC H EIDEGG LOIS-all h e r "h e ada c he..:;" and lah" all h e r "goodach es S H EllilY. BARBARA -h e r r e d hair t o J oan S H ERRY, MARY-h e r e arly g raduatio n t o Syhia 5 1 MONS ALLAN-hi .. !-up e r "onic ,",oiel:' 1 0 S ian!. :)' S mith S M ITH, mt'c hani cal d rawing 10 H alp h R e c cia STERN, EDWARD-hi ... fis hin g ..:;kill to T ommy G ibson STEVE NSON LETI C ( A -h e r long h a ir t o Ela int O' H ayer STONE, tOR 'A-o nt' good looth t o T ommy C at a nzar o 5WALM RAU L -"c!lOol t o whonw\t'r wanl s it TAnn, BET'TY-ht'r ... h imming to S h e lia .\lcNamt T TATELMAN, R I CIiARD-leaH''':; n o thin g and lak, t \ 'l'f} thing. ALYCE-llt'r pt'n t o a n } p ... r .. on luc k} tnou g h to tak e S A minu t t''' TORNE, JAMES-hi .. mechani cal han d s 1 0 Lurr), Cox TonNE, J OliN-hi .. kuowl e d gl' o f S p ani .. h 1 0 \11'. Cook WACIITEL, C INETTE-h('r g n 'al batling ll\I'raj.!t' 10 Aurora Lim WETZEl., W I LLIAM-hi .. rornantil w ays 10 TOllY Oyt'r WILSON, JAMES-hi .. a hili t } 1 0 du c k ('Iilin;! l amp .. t o J ohn

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HALL OF FAME MI'. & Miss C.II.S .... NANCY KARIGER and LESLIE RI EI-IART Some are borrl :!rpuf. .'w m,., (U'hh've :.trp"'''p ...... (11111 .. om(' have ,11,.","11 "11011 ...

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llosf Likely To Succeed ... GINETTE WACHTEL and CARL PINTO 'I'lu' Future fl ;.trea t /",,,1 .....

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Most, Studious .. JUDITH C HAN allel JAMES WILSON f e Il"ow hOlf busy WUI fir" ill WHIr library. whif' h i ... your f'rrrm!i.''f' . : .. .

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Friendliest .. J EANETTE McKEOWN and LEO CONSTANTINE A Prielu/ may well b e r p l'l .. o"p,/ 'he ma. d erl'ie(: e oj ..

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Most 'ralented ... MARGARET JOU DREY alld I SAAC P E LTY NO n C H Doing easily what othe r s ji"d t/ijjintl, ;,0; lal e ll' .....

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,\lost Athletiu ... MILDRED MARQUARD allfl VERNON BRYANT lJy slJorls lil.-e nre their ('(Ire s begnil tl .....

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Best Ih'essed ... ALYCE THOMAS alld LE SLIE C1WFT

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Best Looking .. LETI CIA STEVEN SON and ROBERT SALTER IJcau/y i s II Joy Fore v e r ...

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Best Dancer's ... NANCY SASSO and ROBERT ORVIS Dallcing i s the lojliest. the moM mHI);II!f. Ih e most b Eauti!u/. oj lire arls .....

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jul i e L f'wi.!o allli Boh GrJIC'C BE S T ORESSEO H arlll.lr: 1 Egol f : lII c l Lf'.!olic' Rillc ll art HEST OANCE R S Arlt' lIf tim :IIHI Dick RI' c ,! MOS T LIKELY TO SUCCEE O Marglll'cl :IIH! I.A' H MR. ANO MISS (( i\]ar=:arc l :IIH! Carl Pillto MOST TALENTEO Kalltr. 11 : IIHI Bo" Crac'(' R U N N E R S HE ST LOOKING Lui .. St'hciclcgg 1I11f' Oic k Rt.'c'c' fRIENOLlEST {\1I11 ThcJllt:I.!o :lIIC' L('.!oli c Hillt. ,lwrt u p MOST STUDI OUS ,\I;u'garl' l and C I'rl ltn",

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CLASS of '53 (T"I) I h'IIl'f') \\hilt: loo\"ing through "Id ollt' that tht: c.1-I ...... Cia .. of '53 rlHlll) Ilulablt' Cl']"bl'itit", f<\ \, \ H GO and \\.\ TI-IO\I \ .... ar,-\\ 'dl\..u"wn O\l::r model., and \ nn bolll an-alo rt'lirt,d r"gl.t,rnl GEOBGE BE ,\.\TT j. no\\ falilOu a tht' ",int!in;,: har ber" of and ha. mad,-lIIall} JIluical hit in the la[ feW 1('.11', inn: ht' i'l\adl.'d ] "Jllwovd . \]." in 11"lh wood i ',111" olll.tanding .ide.-plitti. ;g [t'3n1. jl\] BELEH and J \ \1:-. \ EHETT. Thi-It-aill', (:nurite -id,-kick i. -inging a n d ;Il'tini! .t'Il-ati"lI. I .... \ \ C PEL TYNOVI CI-I. who r,.(u-,' 10 chang,: hi nam t' 10 -Illllt'lhing Hlor.' prOn"llIlCl'ab],, ]-a:1l' i-!lOW rUlIlun-d Iv Ill' (") al \(:adem) \ \I';H.I winllt"1". \1 \ BG \ HEr JOLDHE'I. frit"IHI. ... l \:\'1" \ IOHL.\ .\D, Ih e Ihing in l"nwdl. 'ilh Iwr faced varlllel .\1 \ \ C'I ,,\I{ll:EH. wlro al v h"loI Ihe Olympic \Xoman'. HighjulIlp rt'eord. and kllll a holtft'. all,l i" I..id, aftt"r \\Urkin:; \HI \,..:. i. 1-I"lhlloo'] 1Il'll Tarlan, and DI(" HEED i Ih,'lal,' b"hh\ "d.-\'arn di.h: Dick i-rumored 10 I1\' an Errol and Bud(.lplt \ al,'111ino rollt-d inlo one. II'ilh a ""prrlalion a-an inl,' l'Ila liollal hearlhrl'al..t"r: bUI lit' ha-a rhal i n HOL.\.\I>O \'ILL\L\Z, whu ha mad!! all thl' pil'lur.' -0) far, LOrn l>i, I..'la\o'I pi, 'lur,' h'al1l' aillroll :;h Ihl' III',. dun'l g,' 1 al"lIg olllid{, Ih, 111('li,. ramuli for h e r floll ing h,, I..-and -iren I)arr. HICIJ,\BD T :\TEL.\J.\J \ tI Ino, it, and Ditk' .. atHl LOII)'-al"llJ! II illl ,\I'ral 111"11, -and OtlH .. Tal.-ltn:tn'-",'rl'lan and \rr Dir,'!'lof 'IOL \ .\1) \ PE\ \HERHEH \. \ a -id,'no1t' [)iekil' haill-I borrowed \\ ILL! \ \ 1 \\ E TZEl fr"l11 IU':O, B ill i knolln bt:' f o r Jallh'-LOK I \ \ "':'TO:\E j. principal of 11ll' Inl"rnaliunal of Lan:;:lIag,'-, II hiell -lit" found,' ,[, through the l \, Noll' 10 t h,' -p"rh II'l)rl,1. \ 'EHi\O.\ Bin \ \'1' faul"uNOIre Ihnl(' f"olball "Iar, i-IIOW \ tllf, !Jam,-l'oach. \1.. in the l'oadlin:! field i-U : :--LlE HI\EII \RT, IIItO Ilr .. I.., all tift' in W"-I P"jnt'-hilon. all,1 lliHI l "adl,Iheir 1t-am. HOBERT OR V I"':' ha .. rna,lt ::t nam,. f,'r him.,lf in the \\orld. bill ha-nO\1 -.. ttlt'" 1/""1\ ttl "'llin}! inurailee. JI\I DO\ LE a fl'n"I\n,'d anlltlUnl', r, and h.lIl1 I i o n flag: pvl, -itlt-r. \LI.E.\ ... 1\10.\" i-al-'J an an n. IInnl'. bill j .. hetl.'r kn"I\1I f .. r COllllU"I"'ial-. \HTHl H BL \ DE:=; an,[ '1'0\1 BRE:\, \ \.'\ an' in La \11 (",,1..1'03,' Kill(' r Cu" 311,1 art' making: rn(II\," hand, JLD'I U I \ ,\, C I.'\ETTE \\ \LIITEL. and J \\IE .... ar,' al-o, TIIt'-, falll"u--eitn li-I_ kill' mad, innullwr:tbl, r"lolulionar} a,ll:tnn' in Ih. fitI.1 .,f Jud) do,' -I'\ .. ,'ardl, Cinl'11t-. and Jam'--, l'xpl'rilllt'nlalion-, They, nalilrall), ilH'"rporal,' 1lI"ir LEO nOI\ I"allt"t! "Ih .. gr.alt.I' gl'U' nal ,'I,'r 1..11\III'n a n d ifaIll01l-. al.". for hi-(II') \I it. fri,'nd line--and malh"IlHtlical I,!t'niu. LE:--L1 E CROFT ha .. kalili'd IIi' \I ith B \ R B \H \ [COr F in a radi .. prOJ,!ralll lital i-JlII-hillJ,! 1 101 ,' LUl'I" ri;.!"IlI .Iff Ihe air. J \ CK I E HEI)I{JCI\: i" I.-nding h"r hom". a n d huhlt}. :"'\111' filli .. llI'.1 I\tlrking h.'r 1111) coll'-g". FERRI. 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J TOMMY CATANZA R O PRE SIDENT D I ANE McLAR EN SECRETARY u N "Those tha I mak e the bes t use 0/ th e ir lim e ha ve /lone t o s pa re. I S H EILA McNAMEE V I CE PRESIDENT EUGENE DIDIE R TREASUR E R R o s

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Erllc:. I O PENARANDA B o dlh HE CC I A Alln MACCUBIlI:\ PETEHSO:\ B i ll BOBEII"O:\ I'LATliE' I C Il Jultn EI..lra I f \ liI; .!i : SAMlDIO Hr''''I' :\E\\,IIARO .., JUllilh ItAmHEZ K t'lIllcth RU SCOE JII.II BI)\\"I E \ B"IH' I

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Rosa SANTOS THOMPSON Ri c harrl S A SSO T UTTLE Isab e l SE RVANTI Carlene TUl'rLE George SEWELL TAGAROI' UlOS UllRIOI

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The Sophs ',.lrpse are 'lrP limps mf''' ... sou/sf"

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-Fir ... ROUl--J o h n Alb" i ghl. Hicharfl Al e g u :!:.. E'I;I ':I Allia Fl o l'cne't Uaku. L coliu H w l Baltluin, C'!r-m e n Be-ilia. Mar. v Ann Hmss d JOilll UrC IIIHItl Secolld Row-Alice C lll.Illlb c rs. Marily n C h a n J oyce Cookson, Antonio Collins, ford. H e l e n e d e Bob tic E strada, Virginia Dignmu, Bill DI'OS h oJ James Craw. Third ROlo-Carme n Ducrue l Louis e E flmolls o ll Ric hard E l we ll Jim Facer Fa\'orile F ernandez, V i c t o r Fi s h e r Andre w Fraser George, Tom Gibson. F ourlll Row-Dario COIIZillb_, Di c k GoodhcoHI, C h arles H"l'dy, George Hal'ris. s on. Patricia Nic c k)' L 'IIUis Rohmd Lees, M : ulI icc Leon. P aula H o lgf"r-fj \ l (' FilII. Rorfl-I-Ierb L e wis, Theron L e w is, Mike L C l chko Joe JOOlIl MatK e n z ie, Vi l'ginhl M cBride, J e a ll M eOanit::is, G e n e Mike l\1orrsion, A,'ril S i x ll, ROIO--Car o l Naboa. Elaine J o llII POtbOil, D O llil a P C I'CZ, Bill I'riee. Hamo n Quezada, \\btias Ilcycs, E sthe r .'. S f'Vf,",1I Uow-O a l e Pat Rorlr ly, V il m a H ulirigllc z AntCln; .. Ridwrd RUI!l:,ell Diane E lain c S il I'rs, Smith. ; ,d,," /(0111-0 011 S m ith, 01,,111-')' Smilh, 5 101111 1')' SlIIi t h Hill S t c '(n s I\hl.'nlm StOIlC. UPPEHCLASSMAN, MAN ALIVE WE'LL BE U P THEHE I N "55" 5 o p H o M o R E 5

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FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BRAWL S\\C I'II Up! 8725 I, allll triulllphant 2. Anrhur lIIall (j, nUll \\ith it. if 7 tlH' I 'uaf' h

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The Frosh "Time conqu e r s llll llIuiwe mu. s t obey! OHiccr.s: PEC(;Y R O DDY Sec -Trcn s lIr c r j D ONNA H U MPHREY, P r e s id e nt ; MARY ORR. V ice Prl !s i f l c llt

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n (i) , \ I Firs t Row-James Amb,'osc. A ll(ler501l. Hol,,::r l A lill er-soil. Allfltr soll. ( : c (i!ia A I('xati s Margare t A llcn. A nrl "cH Arm strong. Jo SlIrah Bal'fielrl C har-II's Uarrowe L T ltirtl raw' s E clilhanll [ klwff. V eronic a Fi s h(." Fr!lipf_ Gan.'i ... Marldoll Carrt'tt. Donna Garring t n n G"orgt' G," r c huw. 1111_'", GUlllha n Kathcr:nr I -lamilhlll. P(J/,rth /lowD i a n e Hl.Illlligan. J Ut' Ilalllligan F lt w;! H arle Clu'olinc 11:1I1 5t' r Ilill. Ridwrf l i l orIlC. Anthon:,' Ilowar!!. ))Ollllil lIump lwr. 1-1""('5. Oilillil 1 l l' res. Diau(' F R E 5 H 1 M Fillh Rmv-Sharoll l-Iull'hills Chris l illl' J a nz. JU H'I.h Katz Shirlr':, Kt!' jH'r I t i fla KI,(fkill"'. (;11:" Lane. Eflward Lln-I' erlC'!"' Pal LCitch. Lt Balanl. l\iar;,::art'l I.ti,!!h. ...... Sixt" RUII' \lirelta LiIHh. l ':' Hit'ard o Af"lII:lIlI l t LUllg. Roherl .llllt, S j.arran. JIHI:," i\l:.lt lIl m ilIau ger. F lu:'11 ilI.D cnuHII. J uhll i\1d "I"il. Sallllll:" P :.bon. Lui s P:tboll. Luke Pelae z Ei;.!hlh ROII'-A ll e n Hobill('ll(-. P e gg:, Rudd:, E ill'cil Erllc,;;! Rodriglll z. Janin' Ru,,;:clw. Julio Seott. LI! "lIar.1 !':i,.'autoll. L:"rlia Smilh. Yulanda Smil h P a l S I:tlllbo n i .. Nilllh Row-John S I C jlh clis o n TlILc l LI'misc Talc. III nr:, TWllh:, George "(', Izcl. L:,'nl1 ,,:riking s t:HI. Sandra Ollt .... LUlida YUlln g E N

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lit il/m,fjSes."

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S E R v C E NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The H o n o r Society i s t h e on l y o r ganization in !3chool that r equires som e degree o f excelle nce in many f i e ld s in orde r t o h e conside r e d for m e m h e r ship. l\l elllb e r ship. the n "fure. i s a n hono r and the s tude n t s Illu s t ha\' c heen o ut standing in Charac t e r. Sch o l a r s hi p. L eade r s hi p and Serv ice. This ()rga nizalion. \\hil'h consist s o f f our memb e r s i s uncicf the s u p erb guidance of \ I iss J eanne BrtJ\\Il. CHARACTER SCHOLAHSHIP /"'1, l u ri;:.hl: C .trl Pilliu Maq::IITt l,ui:. and N:IIH Kari:':l'r. 1 l)5:{ 211fl Selluo.-.h-r-Iniliah-:. ( ifill 1';'" '"rf,d) Leu ( : OIl:. llIlItiIlU. i\I"ri,-h a TagarupHill:'. Ma .. :,' Lou A 11(.'11. A I,'xi:. Vila, Clwde:. 'I'hOIllI':'IIII.

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"Time is the most vlIlulIble thillg (l mall C lIli s p e llc/ STUDENT ASSOCIATION Th e purpose o f th e STl'DENT A SS OCIATION i s t o pr o m o t e unit y am o n g th e S tud e n t b o d y Thi s \ 'ita l orga nizatio n ha s f o r its m e mb e r s n e arly all th e whi c h e l ec t s a S tud e nt C o un cil con s i s t ing o f f our office r s and a re p r ese n t a ti v e fr o m e a c h h o m e r oom, Th e office r s f o r '52: 5 3 a r e : Carl Pintol C h a r l ey Th o mp so n. Ann Th o ma s L eo Con s t a ntin e a nd T o m Ca t anzaro: Pr eside nt. Vice -Preside nt. S ecretary Tre a surer. a nd A ss i s tant Tre a s u r e r. r es p ec ti v e l y Mr. B e njamin G oo dh e ad i s th e s p o n so r. Thro u g h th e pu r c h a se o f m e mb e r s hip tic k e t s th e s tu d e nt s r ece ive th e "Tra d c wind." CAR I BBEAN. and admi s s i o n t o all sc h oo l d a n ces p l ays a nd a thl etic co nt es t s Th e year was s t a rt e d with all a sse mbl y Freshm a n Sop h o m o r e Brawl. and da n ce o n th e o p e nin g day o f sc h ool. All th e a ward s p o rt s dramat i cs m u s i c -are provide d f o r b y th e S A. ANN LEO CARL STUDENT ASSOCIATION The council m embe r s this ye;1r aI e b l l c k row. s I{/Iu/i" g f r o m l eft 1 0 rig /ll : T o n ) Malcolm S l o n e Bill Price, and noh C I I Grace. Thirl J row: F:H'orit e Syh 'iol Dink. gl'e \ e Arelelle Lim, Diane ;md '1'0111 C .. t
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NATIONAL HONOR ART SOCIETY The Carihhean Chapll'r i,f the J\a lional Art Ilotl(lr i s thE' chaptPI" out side of till cOllti Ilf'nlal L nit ecl TIlt ... ( h arlel" II a s gralltcd in The r ,quirf" IIlcnls t n ub tain 1111:"11 11) rs hip a r e three IJlcdiulll s and l ell on eman s. '\Iiss W orrel l initiatf'd thf' chapler and spUII S1Jr s it. La s t \car's Illenli,t'l"s arc: j\' l cLare tl. 'Idanda P Cllc h crra and E u I a I i a La Guardia. The l1e',\ 111(.'111-h e r s this ear a rc: 1 \ I<1r gar c l L e i gh. Paulin e Pill ('us S,l via Malill. Ji l1ll8 Lara.a"nd L Olt"S\(,ICIISI'11. II h o wa s n O I pres cllt fill" the pi cture ATHLETIC COUNCIL Th e Athl etic (I,unc i l i s ('ntnpose d \.If c ialion \ltcrl1a t e s chusc n fnom ('
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"Min M g e gnd Her H e lp e rs Work Agoinlt Time ond Appelilel"

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JOURNALISTS

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THE J ACT: Sce n e I. C a st: D rama tics Club I V l emhe r s. Tilli e : 1 9 5 2 53. P l ace: Cris toh, )t-:lIlIlI' S lulil sor Oll e u f the hig hest h o n o r s tha t can b e upun a slucicnt i s m emhe r ship in Ih e Nati o n a l Thesp i alls This s t a rted nul with (111) f our m elllb el's. Afte r the firs t Dramatic Pro cluctiu n f Ollr IllU r e member s we r e a d Illitt e d 1 0 the u rganizati o n M e lllL e r s hip is based o n \\' o rk dun e eith e r ill acting. back-stage o r othe r L:Olllm illees 141 h e l p furthe r drama tics. NANC Y KAIlIGEIl. MARCARET JOUDRE Y. lli.dor;(f/I CAHL PINTO, T rp(lslIrt' r ALEXI S V ILA. V i o JlI,",/,prs : Dav ifl Rubclli, lIall. allfl Shcih. MI" N:lmcc. Not "ic.tllr,',/: A"go Virginia Dignam, Tarr, a mi L orna

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FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA LeI' 1 0 Riglll, Fron, Row: Donna G c:,'c r Joall B o lgers oll, Arlen e Vandergrift, Vi r ginia Dignam, i\hl richa T;lgaropul os, GinCIlC Diane H ;lIl11igan and K!lriger. Middle ROlfn Fcrnaruf c z Jud:,' R amirez. Ros a Sanlos, Dialle L o i s Sch c idcgg, Paula H o lgers o n Joyce Cook son, Carol Newhard Mis s Ad:llu::u":,' Anderson. Spons o r UncI.-Row: Lorna S I O Il C, Carl e n e T a ber. U ;lrhara Egolf. Arl e n e Lim, S:,' h i a i\bnll, S h eila McNamee, Carol G eorge, Murie l M o r l a nd, Heu, TalT. and A l ice Chambers The Future Teach e r s o f Am e rica. o ri gina t e d in 1 949 b y t h e prese nt S ponsor. Mi ss Ada m a r y Ande rson. has g r own ve r y p opular a m o n g stude nt s w h o w i s h t o b eco m e t e a c h e r s. The initi a ti o n this year. f o r th e fir s t t im e s ince th e c l ub o rig inate d wa s g i v e n a t a s p e cia l a ss em b l y 011 V i sitatio n Day durin g Natio nal Edu catio n \ Veek The offi ce r s f o r th e ye a r o f '52 '53 are: J o a n H o l g e r s o n. President: L orna S t o n e Vice P resident: D onna G eye r. Tr e a s ur e r: Maric h a Tagaro pulos. H istorian: A l ice H a nnigan Son g L e a der : and Carol Newhard. Parliam e ntarian. 2 1 Club wa s o ri ginate d in 19 4 5 and i s s p o nsor e d b y th e Cris t o balC o l o n H o tary C l ub. Ea c h Illembe r i s ass i g n e d t o study o n e o f the 21 natio n s whi c h are m e mber s o f this o r g an i za ti o n. The purpose o f the 2l C lu b i s t o pro m o t e Pan-Ame ri cani s m among the Latin Ame ri c a n R e publi c s. Pi cture d b e lo w a r e th e m eHlbe r s S p o n so r s f o r th e Club are Mr. Charles Walla c e a nd Air P a ul B ec k. 21 CLUB

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THE SCHOOL!!

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"A IUl m i s 11u:' book s It,. rt'fH/s." ..,. e mlnHl" H E L "Coole st Spot. I B in ,lie S chool" R A R Y

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' B), music, minds an equal tempe r know l lor swell/oo high "or s;"h .. too low," "Music i1l tllf' poetry 0/ tllf> lIir,"

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ALONG \ V ith oul Ihe hallci. \lUI' sc h lwl s pirit \\ oLild lint rf'
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Ournth' Smith' THE TORRID ZONE WIZARDS Th e T orrid Z o n e Wi z a r d s o f Cri s t o ba l Hig h Sc h oo l had its b eg i nnin g ill 1942. II w as o r g aniz e d b y Mr. C arl I V l a e d l e and i s s p o n so r e d thi s yea r b y Mr. H o w a rd S ind e r. M e mb e r s in thi s club a r e c h os e n o n th e ba s i s o f s c h o l a r s hip. a c ti ve int e r e s t a nd p a rti c ip a ti o n in S c i e n ce cla sses The offi c e r s this "Clil' a rc: /)r e side",. Margal'c t J oudrey, S e c r l'f(l r y Oiolll C Sch cidegg, Vi c e Preside t C h arle s Thomps o n and Treasur e r Ginc lt c W.lchte l. T h e m embers of the club back row. 1 1'/ to ri::I" (Ire: Larf')' Cox, Rupert Chin, C harles T h ompson, Carl Pinlo .lIld G eorge P l atke i c h Third r O lrl: Isaac P cilyno\'ich, J a m e s \ V il son, D le Cockle, Alexis V illas a n d Ezri.. A li i ... Seco d row: Marilyn C h a n F elipe Gar ci:' l C"rol Nt w h ard, Nallcy K r i g e r and J ohn Dugan Fro,,' row: Gine ll e \"1' .l chlc l Marg"re t J oudre y ami Oil.lne Scheid egg. Ins e r t : Mr. I-Ioward Simler. S pons o r TI ll' Nati o n a l Q uill u nd Scr oll i s th e H o n o r So c i l' l), of J o u r n a li s m It wa s organi ze d in 1945. T he-p u rpos e of th i s h o no r cl u b i s t o raist: th e s t a n d arcl .. o f hi g h schQi)1 j4mr n u l i s m. and t o s t i mu l at e inlt'rl' s t ill journa l i s t i c e n d c a \ o r s 'It m b e r s h i p i s s t'i ('c l i vc. 'I'l l(' two l O p re!'1 b e i n th e uppe r third o f h i" 11(' I1m>!'1 :al8 0 h avt don e di s l i n c li \ c wo rk i n hi/!h journali>!'lIl.

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IJallnlh", SI(/I/: Lt. Col. Leo A. COII:-lalll illtO AfJju/,,,,,: ClIri A. P i llt u CADRE C;q)l.lIu!!'!!!t') Sgl. F. C. Coff in Sgt (\l( L aughlill PASS IN REVIEW!

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OFFICEIIS CallI. Sail, .. I-I Lt. J lI a l g i 1,,1 LI. LI ... hi LI. C. Thol11l)i!'un t : o. S /, o n sor: Sili!'i!'O COMPANY "E"

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CYCLE CLUB The C H.S. Club. newl)' initial e d Ihis :,'cal l.Illd s t il l on it s l!'ial run, i s sponsored h R o l ) Crillllllci alld comp o s e d of twel,' c m cmhc rs. The officer s for the ) C OIr 1952-1953 wcr e : Pres; tip",. 0 011 l :londer. Viet> I ) res lane SeCrf't(lT)' George B ennen. Tre surer. T ommy Cat anzaro. T h e m embe r s :U'C from l eft t o righi-John Iayes. D Oll P O llfl e r D a"id Lane. Uob Hodges Nessim Chitrit. J : l c k Brennan. Bob COllllanl, e h onles Thomp s o n Bruce San c l er-s, T o m Catanzaro, K enllcth Roscoe alnl George B ellne n O l d lime is s till afl ying." PEP CLUB The P,' p C luh aidefl t h ... j hccdcarl e r s i n boo sting the Ill a c r s Bright ) c llow ami h lne ekirt .. \\urn h:o' t h e BOO;;;If r :.. Thd,' .. heer s ,IIIf' 100n:;: 5 coulfl b e h eard throughout the grllllfllOtall,l e l\1( O Kcllzi c arll l Hickey, Ollr A lt erna t e C hccrlcatl c r s lIre reSll o lI' .. ihllo fur Ih( "UITC.,,, nf thi1!-rluh.

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Lrn RIFLE CLUB C ri s t oba l Juni o r Rifl e Club was origina t e d ill 19.J,7. a nd ha s g r ow n r a pidl y 1 0 th e larges t and most s u ccess ful club in sc h ool. In t h e pas t three yea r s th e boys' va r sity has s k y rock e t e d fr o m th e p rover b i a l cella r t o th e l Op. unde r th e close supe r v i s i o n o f Mr. Noel E. Gib so n 5r. Som e o ut standing team victo ri es w e r e as f ollows: th r ee tim e sec ti o na l c hampi o ns: fir s t p lace ill thi rd a r ea: H ears t matc h a nd as a grand climax f o r the senio r s 011 th e t ca lll. fifth place in the Natiulla l Po s t a l Mat c h es. -James Sch cibclc r T el"" Ca /)I";"

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CII;,,'" ";1111mb SPORTS

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BOYS' "C" CLUB \' I embe r ship int o th e "C' Club i s with littl e d o ubt th e bigges t h o n o r a n a th l e t e 111a) ac hi eve i n C H S. T o becu m e a m ember. o n e llIu s t l e it e r in a varsil) :-p o rt. then b e vo t e d in. ::ncl fin a l l ) pass w hat i s kn o 11 as th e m os t ing" ini t i a t ion OFFICEIl S FOil 19;;2195:\ Vern u n HrJ' nnl Vj('(' / r f '/f i d NfI: lI u l j C r :lI'c .';pcrf' ,, ry-T ""flIlUrf' r : O i"k H, j , 1 GIRLS' VARSITY CLUB The G irls' Varsi t y Cl u b i s com pose d o f oilly th e gi rl s w h o h av e p r ov e d th e m se l v es o ut s t a n d ing i n sport s. T o b e e l i g i b l e th e g irl has t o m ak e a t least t wo alls t a r team s f ro m th e three s p o rt s. volleyball. softball. a nd bask e tball. th a t a r e pla ye d i n one sc h oo l ye a r. 1952.1953 OFFI C EIl S A n n N:IIICY K arigcr-Vice IJrpsi d p II' Arl e n e lim-Secretnry L o i s Sch eidl:gg-Trpasflr e r

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QUEEN NANCY K AR ILER I .ois Ann Thomas Din a h Sasso FOOTBALL CORONATION O(tohel 25, 1952 EH'orls: Hint,ll;Irl Jim E'crcll I .c o Con stantinl' Uob O 'v i s ..

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F o o T The found the Int e rsc.hola s ti c football L e agu e rathe r rough going. but e nded the 5es so n in place with 2 in s and 2 The t eam came in a c105e ",{'con d in the 3rd : \nnual Jambo r!"r. di, id e d a Yo in and a 1 0 "", '" ilh th e Athl e ti c C lub. and defe at at th e hand" of West High 5 c h oo l in }\e} West. Florida. B A L L T E A M /i,lff"

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Bill Price Pos Quarterhac k \VI. ] 39 Ralph R C N : h, P o s Gual'll WI. 1 48 Junio r SPORTSMANSHIP IS G eorge B ennett P o". Halfhac k \VI. 1 55 D i c k P o". E n d \':'1. 129 Boh On-i s WI. 1 50 GRIDIRON ')"'cl Chin P o", Halfh:wk WI. 1 29 Junior TOll Y D :rc i Pos. Tac kl e \Vt. 1 98 Junior Bob C Ullnarci P o s C'nkr \ Vt. 1 3 1 Junior

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' -Boh Halfhark \X I. V erno n B \ '[llil Cenler' WI. IRO THE I R Torti HlIgllt':. Ouarhrliael.. WI. liS "Ju(h" \\ I. 160 Junior PASSWORD I. . Hilleh:lrl Halfhu('l.. \\1. J .J2 '""' n ilH Sian Smilh Po" Taekl. \\'1, liS HEROES \ B e n F;n orilt' 1'0". Tacl..l,' "I. liO ..... "I,hnlll()J't I)j.' k It.,\,11 P o" CU,I".! \\1. 161 '""' ni,,!' 1

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The C H S Var sity r e i g n e d s upre m e f o r th t' third ::.traight y e a r ill Int e r sc h o la s ti c compdition They a I s o whippe d K ey W e s t H i g h Sch ool during tl. c i r s ta y on Ih at I s l a n d. The Junio r Var sity duplicated tht: s a m e f e a t a s th e Va r sity with th e 'XCl"llti on of th e K e y W e s t mat c h Both t e am ... w e nt un d e f e at e d.

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Joli" 11("10:; FUT!{(lul "Topper" Didi., FnnHlrd V ... rIlOIl Ilrqllli (;1II1r/ L cs Him' h a rt Cflord Final Basketball Standings CHS 8HS JC WON LOST l"ullI' 1'" It, IH" i"h Ct'fI;,'r PCT 1.000 333 167 UNDEFEATED Bub ...... lkr F"'lI'flrd Bollt'l' ''')1I C lIllrd Dudl, "illlith FPfll'flTrl I.I'U Cnll .. IIIIII:1H (,'I,It'r "("Hllit'" 1':,,,:11'('1'11 10" GIII/rd

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VARSITY TRACK Coac h Paul Moser's L953 Vars ity Track Squad was. as u s ual. e xtr e m e l y s maiL but eager and p o werful f o r its size. As th e yea rb oo k goes t o press thi s s port i s just ge ttin g und e r way. but records are e xp ec ted t o tumble with s u c h thin-clads who are pi cture d fr01l1 l eft to right: T o m Hughes. hurdler. and broad jumpe r. T OIllIllY mi sse d th e l o w hurdle r eco rd by 3 /101h5 o f a seco nd las t yea r and i s a v e t eran track l e lt erman. An se lm o A rias di stance runne r. improv es his p erformance with eve r y r ace. B o b Grace. middle di s t a nce runne r and l1igh-jumpe r. p erforms r emarkably in b o th Don Ponde r. hurdle r and sprinte r. D O ll 100 been playing a r ound with the l ow hurdle r ecord. mi ss in g it b y 3 /101h5 of a seco nd on tw o accasio n s. J o hn Hayes, hi g h hurdl e r. and a n e w comer t o th e s port. i s 011 trial. 10hn H a l g i. l ow hurdler. No stranger 1 0 th e timbe r s i s thi s v eteran o f th e Jody H o b e r so n. di sc u s thrower J o d y i s b e in g counte d o n t o pull dowll a r ec o rd in thi s e v e nt. Carl Tuttle sprinte r. Perhaps m o r e i s exp ec t e d o f Carl than any o th e r o n e p e r son. H e i s liabl e t o fini s h th e season wilh h i s name n ex l t o a Canal Z o n e Int e r sc h o l ast i c r eco rd Pi cture d a l bottom are An se lmo Arias. Sam M orris Charles B arro w a nd Theo d o r e C hill1 all (Iualifi ecl Ti ge r track mell.

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T I '" W I 1. 1. C A T C Ii Y o 1I TIGERS IN THE DUGOUT

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.. f o r t h e 1 '(Jv c l e d Jlo:.itions o f c hccl J f adfr .. h e ld in \ \ I a y 1 9 5 2 A s:,,' s Ij rn .. g il'i n nce ,1111 ( '11 f u r c!H'{'rl f .uh' r r cnulin:. o n the :' llua,1 fur thl rf .. t o f h l.'r h i g h :-( hool c a r e e r if s ht, .. n ,Jj .. irl u ,, 1 'Iu alifi e .. T h e hH.:k y :.i x Ihi .. :"f a r \o\I' r f': ;\,HU':" Uclelle lie Bo:,,' ri l, J>a l A n n Tho 111. '''. B I :uuluit a 1\h.'N:tI1. lin d f r l N I .. J>, t, r"nn Joan M c K c llZi c B a h .. fille d thl.' p o:i tiu n fir a ll""'lIt h f'( r l f [IIIf'r s w ill : H lt n m a t il'all ) I U j 'IJllu' lIe x t "C'II' Till 1"'1' C luj, wl)I' k!:! h : llll l i ll h a I H I with IIIl' h j r !f:u l r .. t n 110 0 ., 1 th, H f i/-:"hlillg Tig e r:." hi i l t n ry. T h i s .. wa ... Mrs L C I K u ri l w r Ma'jl'ut : .fUll y i-"1.I1 U 1111111,

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"A" LEAGUE I V C N 0 H T L A E L M R E P 5 Y I C B 0 H A N 0 L 5 L L A 5 T I C GAME SCORES Cristobol 52 ys Coll ege Cristobol 38 Y5 Bolboo Cr i stobol 30 ys College Cristobal 45 ys Balboo GAME SCORES Cris tobal 25 ys Balboa 28 Cristobal 34 ys Balboa 20 B LEAGUE V C 0 0 L L C E H Y A B M A P L L 0 N 5

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Won 3 Lost 4 .. elt 1 0 Righ,-L. Smith, R Young, N. Sasso, M. F ernandez. A. Lim. J R amirez, J Curlis M. M o r-hilld. PETERSON'S PANTHERS Won o Lost 7 Front-S. E. R oge r s M l :Jeter-s oll, Sch e idcgg. 1\1. fraser Mif/'Jle-M O rr, D I'e l e r s o n O Hannigan, 1'. J lI o lgcr s ol1. O. illc L a r c n flllC k-)I Lil1rI SCJ' O D elancy. SCHEIDEGG'S ALLEYCATS Won Lost 6 1 Fr ont-A. Vandergrift, M S herry, L Sch eid egg. L. S t C \ clIs o n A. T honms Ba ck-E. Reynolds, J Mac k e n z ie, l. B .l.Iilcy, L. S tone, D. Sasso. Won 5 KITTENS Lost 2 Fronl-M. Leigh. M. Mllrtluard, J Bac k R Pnl..olI C. lI "lIscr 1\1. A I l e n P K e ll y, U. M cNall, P Hnw. thorne E. O HlIycr

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KARIGER' S BEARCATS Won 7 Lost o Front-N. Karigcl Mh/ fll,>-I'. B. Smilh. E Ec k h o r f. BlI c k )1. Tagaro p uJ u!!. B Egol f. C \'t'adil c i. H I l i{'k c:, P Rotl r }:-' McKEOWN' S KATTY CATS Won 4 Lost 3 Fro",M ClI:III. C. B l'i li a. P. L r -;!" h Hm:J.-J B ( 'II IIOln V C h ill E. S i t H o r :.. J ROl'c n c D p .,boll. 1\1. R u d g e D. McNAMEE'S LIONS Won Lost 2 S L j l 1 0 R i g h t V H"j ug'l s A. Iblllligall. S. J. B. Thrift C. Ncw h a rfl. S. Dink. g ... \ I', L Edmo n :.o lt. S. Mallll. S. ;\lcN'IIIH ,t" ARGO' S PUTTYCATS Won 1 Lost 6 Pr o",-S. Barfield. K A rgo. M Aycock 8(lcl.:-A. Lim. C. Gcol gc. i\I. J nUflrcr. F Baker. C. Tabe r V.

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Exhousted or lazy. She flies through the air. Reody ond woiting Up ond over. The mighty s tr etch Get on th e boll. JC. Her eyes on th e ball. Kill itl! Proctic e makes perfect.

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"A" League Softball All Stars (Jilek: LOll A llen. A l ic c Iblllli::::III. t\I<,Namc c Middlt : Carlene T alH:"' Ad('l1c Lim. A lln "'nm': Paboll. 5cllIir) c'gg. Millln'cl l\Ial'(III:lrll. Naill':" Kal'i:;I'I', "B" League Softball All Stars Fro",: Curnl Newh ar(1. Oia ll c Sch cirlcgg. Rud:;e /Jll c k : Aurol'a Lim. Diane SOFTBALL Th e only a ll s lar ga m' o f th e se a so n p l a ce d the "A" l e a g u e furi o u s l ) ag ains t th e "B" l e a g u e "A" l e a g u e catlle o ut 011 t o p \\ ilh the sco r e 1 ) 1:: 5. I nt e rsch o last i c gam es \\e r(' callN I o ff h ec au se o f unfor esee n diffic : ulti es. lH11 (I IJI".",,,nte lI hose IOYs arp tlpV;II,'.'

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1. H urrey, w e wen! 2 T he g irl s w e r e i n e huddl e. 3 Key end T eddy. 4 Smile p r e tt y S Ahe! Men???? 6 Whetche I c c king e t? 7 D o r o th y, th e turtle S Going hom e 9 Which one' s th e onim ol? 10 S h ooting th e bull. 11. Cut e lilli e pig, isn t i t ?

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Editors Nan c'" and Lois Pll o fogrupiu? r jim Time march es o n and so mus t we! It has bee n our most s in ce r e pleasure t o publ i s h thi s compi la ti o n o f t im e fillin g a nd hi s t o ri c a l eve n t s o f 1952l953. \Ve have been \\ell p a id f o r o u r lo n g h ours o f h a rd wo rk These yea r s will soon fad e away. b ut time can n eve r e ra se our hi g h sc h oo l memories. o r our 1953 CA RIBBEA N. Ou r many th a nk s t o th e va ri o u s m e r c h a nt s who contribute d so ge n e r o u s l y t o O llr ads; t o Mr. Sosa w h o pati e ntly made o u r pi c tu r es, es pecially the H all o f Fame; t o Jim Sc h e ib e le r and Mrs Sch e i b e l e r w h o n o t only took th e p ictures but d e v e loped. print ed. and enla r ge d the m ; to Mr. Bai l ey. Mr. H an n a, a nd Mr. M c K e nzi e f o r th e ir p h o tographic h e lp: t o th e S1. P e t e r s burg Printing Company a nd So uth e rn E n g r aving Company of 51. P e t e rsbu rg. Fl orida. and t h e B ec kt o ld Compa n y in Missouri: t o Bob Grace f o r hi s ori g i n a l t im e s k e t c h es : a nd most o f a ll. t o Mrs. Smith. for it was s h e wh o gave o f h e r ti m e a n d e n e r g ies t o teach u s h ow t o put o ut thi s book. W e hope yo u all e njoy th e CARIBBEAN as mu c h as we have e njoyed m ak in g it. ,,' ut!:ill -<&r .. ," f'ro"t : J)UII PUlu ll r Llluil'lf' jlllll'l'I, Nalley K:.trig, r Luis ScIH illegg, Hull)' Ialtoll, Milflr : d 1\1:11" quar,l. Mit/tll, -: jim l)u),I , IA'!il i e n illc h a rl Arl l ttc Lilli Barlml'lI Egulf, Kalhrytt A rgo. /Jil e k : Mary Jl a ll Tum ClIlllnzaro, Uolt Bingha m Oilk nj j,I Max "rdln.

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To See } IOllr Pal:-o All e r 'I'Ir,., C"m p s DANCINC SOFT DRlI\KS Culick Road Cflrl,oll / -IIIIINI: I W('1I1 liull hUllting wilh a Itlll' lil -/flrr;.": Hunling liolls wilh a dub'? '",' t r t''''' :"(JU ;tfraid' ? CIIr/IOII / / alif 'l(: No. Ihe l'(' \H'r(' IJ(IIII 1"0 humln.1 1111 IlIlJe r:. ill 1h ( dill!. "THEY GAVE NOT OF THEIR TIME BUT OF THEIR CASH" BULLY BOOSTERS FOR C. H. S. Mr and Mrs. l.' J Ego l f Mr. and Mrs C. V Scheidegg Mr and Mr s lee Kariger Mr and Mrs. E W Argo Mr and Mr s. J M Reed Mr. and Mrs. D D. Pre tt o Mr and Mrs. R l. R i n ehart Mr. and Mr s. F A Rybicki Mr and Mrs J D Hall Mr. and Mrs. E R Sween e y Mr. and Mrs. A J Catanzaro Mr. and Mrs. A. P lim, Sr. Mr and Mr s M F Kissam Mr and Mr s. W E Thrift Mr and Mrs. A. E Solter Mr. and Mrs. T A Brennan Mr and Mr s. E E Stern Mr. and Mrs. J C. Marquard Mr and Mrs. Smitty Mr a n d Mrs. P A. Lawren c e Mr. a nd Mrs. G E B e nn e tt Miss H e len Kissa m Mr. and Mrs. N H Wil so n Lt. C ol. o n d Mrs. Georg e Sewell Maj o r and Mrs. M A. E ve r e tt Mr. and Mrs. P l. Constantine Mr and Mrs. Gustavo Villalaz Mr. and Mrs. F V Pint o Mr and Mrs. G A. Joudrey Mr and Mrs. H E Chambers Mr and M rs. E J R oddy Sgt. R H L inde nmuth Tabl e Alm a rvil j o j o p o lma bar" Miss M a r y J eanne W eise n Luis $: Il.wl. :lrl' R"ul S: I a lii ( \ (n I,rtlli. . 1'. 1 I I

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MANUFACTURED BY TAGAROPUlOS I NDUSTRIES, INC. COLON, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA

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BOTTLES, TOO, NEED SUN GLASSES Th .. 's why we put Oraugc Crush into a protective, amber, flavor-guarding hottle For sunlight penetrates plain, ordinary bottles-steals away the flavor and leaves the beverage flat-tasting and insipid. But in the patented amber Orange-Crush bottle flavor is protected agai n st harmful light-rays-like you r eyes are pro tected by sun glasses. This Ravor guarding boule guarantees the orig in algoodnessof a grand fresh fruit drink Manufacturers Also of the Best Ice Cream On The Isthmus -------------------------------------1

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PANAMA AUTOS, S. A. Six teenth Street OLDSMOBILE AND PACKARD AUTOMOBILES Colon R de P Melendez A ve nue iIIr s. S".;,II: Do ),Oll want 1 0 hea .... couple of dillies? M r s. Kariger: Yenh Mr s S",;,h: Dilly CIVA DE COLON, S. A. "Yolt r Friendly Po"tiac, CCllli lla c, a"d GMC Dealer i" Colo,, 16th at1l1 Me l endez Phone 1369 /)if' k /(,-,-,/: I paill IJ IHIIIII"Cfl r l ollan; for a flog -Ilarl Coll i e and .. 1 hull. Jim".y /)0), 1,: Whi .. l. purl i s I m ll'! /)i,.k 1l"I''': The Imrl a lt olll Ihe 'Hlllfl r Cfl d o llars

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1 ABOU SAAD TEMPLE I ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC S HRINE Oasis of the Panama Canal Zane Is a Real Booster of CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL Sit: Brlll'lI \\llll" It, tltt: rl\l(' IOI' o pt:I'alt' 011 hf' I hu ... hanrl. Wit: .";1: lut.'!'II" \\:1111 U I)('llillg IH' I Illa l", I Mc. Millan "Good Ser v ice for Good C ars" COLON and I Inc. your Ford Dealers I I

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Colon Compliments of MADUROS Junior Miss Wearing Apparel and Sports C l othes Panama "Visit Colon' s Most P01Juiar Store That Sells On.l y Panama Hats Jldao Panama Hat Box 52 1 Pho n e 168 F ront Strcel Cololl Colon NATIONAL Mattress Factory Melendez A"elluc B c lwcen 10 and 11 Sireci s COLON + Best in Rest" MOTTJS The Label That Signifies Quality MflX f #.: Teach e r I c i seven eggs for hrc ukf:I s t. M r s. Sm;,h : At e Max: No! I onlY c t seven Mrs. Smit": Mflx: 'Veil it was e i ght cggl'l I ct. CONGRA TULATION S TO THE C LASS OF 195 3 ITALIAN LINES STEAMSHIP CO. --15,--Cristobal 3-2464 Panama

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1cy-tk CLaM 1953 . . YOU! HERFFJONES is Proud to have been Chosen to Manufacture Your Class Ring HERFF -JONES Company Repre sente d by E A L ewis Colle E st udiantes No. 136 Box 3387, Panama I "r Good/rem': II gi\' c s JIlt.' plc;lsurt.' to m ark 80?,' o n )'Ollr eX:lll1inatiO Il. C /lU c k Smilh: \\,h:, not make it 100 ;.11111 g h (' :,' ()ul"l!'clf it rcal The Standard Fruit & Stealllship Co. Vacarro Line JrI ith Every S u ccess lolhe G r(ldU(lti" g CI(lSS of 19.5.'3 1 COllgra/u/al;o s 1 0 Ih e C/oss of ,53 Royal Steam Ship Company COLON, R. OE P.

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JOYERIA "EL SOL" ELIA S l\lIZRACHI, Prop. Box 618 T e l ephone 239 C o l oll R. P 1 1/ ;"011 "rt> s (lli s/ie d wit I, you r p u rclHls(> pll i l t o .wmr j r iPlIIls T/umk )'011. BESFIT CLOTHES QUALITY S U ITS Po nama coron 34 Centrol Ave. 11th Street L ___ S _O_"'_O_A_"_O_P_,o_,o __ _________ o_P_P._P_ _ _c_om_m_;_"_0'_' __ C. CASULLO JEWELRY W. W. GOULD Age", F or: Gelleral /"suruII('(' Sen ice MIDO M ULTIFORT. superalltomatic. W;llcrl)("oof C!'i s l obal. C. z s hock.proof. lion-magn e tic' T e l ephone 3] 456 Box 2 098 JlIr. Rille /Hlr': SOli. rill 1)I'(';lIIS(' I l o c :"011. lA'S RiIlPIIflTI: Dild. 1 '(1 like t o b e hi g l-110 U g h t o ("elunl Jewe. PANAMA AMERICAN And Keep Your Knowl e dge Of World Development s Up-To-Date

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PROUDLY SALUTES CRISTOBAL CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOl TEAM Equipped with BROOKS FOOTBAll SHOES RAWLINGS FOOTBAll EQUIPMENT 4 EAST 39TH., N E W YORK, N. Y MARTIN B. GlASGAll Isthmian Representative P. O. B ox 311 7 Panama City

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 5 3 THE PANAMA CANAL T ARPON C L U B GA TUN C A NAL ZONE K N I C oiu M BUS 1 II' s r. n AOIiATION 'fimp Cris lobal COI"I('il N ... 1689 ___ E_S_I H _ H_, _A_"_t'_" u < _________________ ( : z. A n old "(1 m .. al the F r o n t ier wa,. if h : lfl In I ('darf', 'No. IHlthing :11 all," "Hul i s in the h ullf,,'!" "Ot. 1101:," w
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY Weekly s ailings from New York and Havana to Cri s tobal Cartagena Santa Marta -New York T E S VERAGUA -T .E.S. TALAMANCA -T.E.S. JAMAICA Fortnightly Sai lings from New Orleans -Cristobal-Tela (Honduras) T E S CHIRIQUI f irst Closs Accommodations -All Outside St a terooms William E Adams General Agenl M. A. POWELL, S. A. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILES 16 t h an d C e ntral Avenue C o l o n Telephone 74 Colon

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YOU TO BUY COI 'III"I' of II & T l
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The FRENCH BAZAAR The MaS! Talked-about Gift Store on the Isthmus!" ComplimelllS of CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION JUAN PALOMERAS C o lon Cri stobal, C. Z. Balboa C. z Con g ratulations and CA5A 81::1'5 Best Wishes to the Class 0/ '5 3 CURIOS Best Qualit ) Obtained At Lowe s t Prices LINENS -PERFUMES COLON l l ASON I C TEM PLE Next to C hose Notional Bonk On Boliva r Avenue Colon, R P R o b ert Salte r : I d o n t like g irls. They'r e too biased. George B e llll e : How's th a i ? R o b ert Sa lter : lime I go out wilh o nc, it s this and buy -u s that until I' m br o k e Best Wishes t o th e C lass of '53 I(ODAI(, PANAMA, LTD. F ILM SUPPLIES CAMERAS PRINTING MAT ERIA L S FILM COLORED GUIDE FLASH-GUNS ARBOI X B U ILDING-COL ON No. 98 CENTIl.AL AVENUE-PANAMA

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S E R V E o A T o U R P A R T I E S "S"u[e"/s tal' II VI)' Too"

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I -COl/gratulatiofls To Th e Graduatill g Cla ss 01 19.53 /rom PRETTO, CIA_ DE PRODUCTOS FORESTAlES, LIMIT ADA, Ilia/iog flll.'aflll O t h e r Nat. i ve D ealers T e l ephone 2-3225 _____________________ P_, ."_"_'n_,a_,_I_{'_O_f_P ________________________ __ C omplime llt s Complim elllS Of Of D. PRETTO STEVENSON COMPANIA HENRIQUEZ, S. A. Lott. : Now Ih:'11 wc' .'c you' r e goi ng: 1 0 give m e :l I -ing ),Oll? I Jo II: S u r e hone:,' ", IWI's ) o u r phone B"",f Wisltes T o Tlt e Class 01 '.13 BAZAR HONESTO T"I"phone 734 Box 430 Collin, H. P Comp/ime llt s 01 The COLON'S FURNITURE STORE :.: S IMMO S PIlODUCT S UNDEIlWOOD IlEll MES ENTE RI"II I SE & P E H FE CTION STOVES Bnli"a r A"t'lIl1C N".7108 'I'd. ,U2 Uox l B7 COIOIl, R. I>,

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THE SUPER MARKET Fill Your HOI.e.c:-i 0/ frolll ENRIQUE KAM (IIltf SHAWS C o l oll Pallalll:l BeSl Wis h es 1 WONG CHANG, S. A. CIA. l l RIC H S. A'J Cololl General Hardware POlllallla I A>(J I h eal',1 aholll a W hH ill l : s i x ,Iozell -/nll: Ooh. how waffle! COlllpiilllel/lS 1 0 Ihe CLASS OF 1953 SMOOT-Y-HUNNICUTT s. A. T e l e r.hollc 800 Cnloll. H P Distributors B U I C K FRIGIDAIRE CI1EVROLET

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York; U.S. Navy; Army train-
ing, Sampson, N.Y., Norfolk,
Va.; Foreign theater, Asiatic-
Pacific



Miss Jeanne Brown

Librarian; Stephens College;
B.A. University of Missouri;
M.A. University of Missouri



Mr. Eugene Gregg

Social Studies 7 & 8; A. A. Canal Zone
Junior College; B.A. Colorado State



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Mists Yvoiiin- Fiolilfi-

Coach, Health, Jr. and Sr.
High Gym; Son Jose Stote
College; A.B. in Physical Edu-
cation.



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Mr. Benjaniiii R.
Goodhead

Chemistry, Physics, Solid Geo-
metry; B.S. Colo. A & M; M.
Ed. Colo. A & M; Denver U.,
Denver, Colo.; Colo. State
College of Ed., Greeley,
Colo.; No. Idaho College of
Ed., Lewiston, Idaho



Mr. Noel Gibson

Metal Shop, Mechonical Drawing;
B.S. Bradley University, Peoria, Illi-
nois



Mr, Oswald Jorstad

Instrumental Music, Vocal Music; B.A. Con-
cordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota,- B.M.
Concordia Conservatory of Music, Fargo,
North Dakota; M.A, University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Michigan




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Miss Bess Liter

English 1 1 & 12; Randolph Macon
Women's College; B.A. University of
West Virginia; M.A. University of
West Virginia; Candidate for Ph.D.
at New York University




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Mrs, Patricia Hussey

Social Studies 8, Household
Arts 8 & 9; B.S. Indiana Uni-
versity



Capt. J. W. Hussey

ROTC Instructor; University of
Indiana, B.S. Army commis-
sion. Ft. Bragg, North Caro-
lina; OCS, Camp Davis, North
Carolina; Officers Advanced
Course, Fort Benning, Georgia



Mr. Carl MaeHI

Biology, Boys' Sponsor; Teachers Col-
lege, Columbia University, New York

City



Mr, Paul Moser

Coach, East Stroudsburg,
Pennsylvania; B u c k n e i I
University



Sgl. J. G. McLaughlin

Co. "F" Adviser, ROTC; Drill
Tea m Instructor; Basic, Ft.
Knox; University of Missis-
sippi; ROTC School, University
of Mississippi; 4 service schools
in the Army





Mr. Luke Paluniho

Coach, Health, Gym; B.S. Maryville
State Teachers College, Maryville,

Missouri





I^Ojlflfim




Miss Sophie McLiinans

Cafeteria, Household Arts; B.S. Uni-
versity of Wyoming; University of
California



Mrs. Stella Riefkohl

Spanish 7, English 8; B.A. New York
University; M.A. Teachers College,

Columbia University



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Miss Veve Sasse

Business Training, Shorthand, Ad-
vonced and Elementary Typing, S.A.
Accountant; A.B. Nebraska State
Teachers College; M.A. Colorodo
State College of Education, Greeley,
Colorado



Mr. Janie> E. Stearns

Modern World History, Spanish 8 &
10; B.S. in Education, University of
Florldo; M.A. University of Florida;
Graduate work. University of Costa
Rica



Mr. Carl Serger

English 7 & 8 & 9; A.B. Col
orodo State College of Educa-
tion, Greeley, Colorado






Mrs. Dorothy Smith

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



Mr. Howard Sinder

Algebra 9; General Science; Nev*^ York
University (Washington Square College of
Arts and Sciences^ B.A.; New York Uni-
versity Graduate School of Education; M.A.



Mr. Charles Wallace

French 10, Spanish 9 & 11, Latin 8;
Daniel Baker College; Brownswood,
Texas; M.A. University of Texas, Aus-
tin, Texas; Further study at University
of Chicago; McGill University at Mon-
treal, Canada; Notionol University of
Mexico, Mexico City




Miss Mae Wold

Arithmetic 7 & 8; B.A. Valley City
State Teachers College, Valley City,
North Dakota




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Miss Mary Jcaniif
Wiesen

Early World History, English
7, Social Studies 7; College of
St, Scholastica, Duluth, Min-
nesota, B.A.

Capl. E. J. Wilson
ROTC Instructor; OCS, Fort Sill, Okla-
homo; Combat Training, Africa, Italy,
Koreo, Austria, France, Germany,
Japan



Miss Mary Worrell

Elementary and Advanced, 7
& 8 Art, English 9; B.S. Uni-
versityof Missouri; M.S. North-
western University; Further
study at California School of
Arts and Crofts, Berkeley,
California



SENIOR CLASS HISTORY



My! How time has flown! Just four short years ago under the com-
petent guidance of President Shirley Trudeau. the class of "53 made its
debut in C.H.S. Thev made a lasting impression on the faculty and the
student bod\ with their fine assembly, dance, and other programs. All
this was accomplished with the aid of sponsor Mr. Paul E\ ancoe.

The sophomore year was opened with a resounding trouncing of the
newly adopted freshmen in the traditional frosh-soph brawl by the score
of 85-32. Class sponsor Mr. Oscar Bixby was the master mind behind the
victory. Polio cancelled many of the planned activities but the sophies
produced a well-appreciated talent assembly and had a hand in many of
the schoors various drives and other functions.

As juniors, the graduates to be of '53 presented an inspiring assem-
bl\ concerning the Independence of Panama. Under the leadership of
Vernon Brvant. class president, and sponsor Mr. Merlin Davey and Miss
Bess Liter, an outstanding Junior-Senior Prom was given in honor of
the seniors. It was also at this time, that the election of S.A. officers took
place. Three class members were elected to the various positions for
the forthcoming year. They were Carl Pinto. President : Ann Thomas.
Secretarv. and Leo Constantine. Treasurer.

With the arrival of the school year 52-"53 the newly-become seniors
displayed wise judgment with the selection of Leslie Rinehart as class
president. Les and Mr. Cook, senior advisor, proved an able pair as
their combined talents enabled the seniors to put over an interesting and
enlightening program on Theodore Roosevelt and a memorable Christmas
Dance. The final year found the towering seniors leading the way in
nearly every school activity.





LESLIE RLNEHART

"Bundle"

Manhattan, New \ ork

July 5. 1935

"The spark plug in the C.H.S.
baitery"

Camera Club I; "C" Club 2. 3, 4;
Swimming 1; Football 1, 2; Varsity 3,
4; Basketball 1; Jr. Varsity 2, 3; Var-
sity 4; Baseball 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Sr.
Class Pres.; Jr. Rifle Club 3; Student
Council 3; Tradewind 4; Caribbean
Stoff 4; Hall Duty 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
ROTC 2; Debate Club 2, 3; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Key West; Holl of
Fame 4; Exchange Student 3; All-
Opponent 4; Bowling 3, 4; Football
Court 4; Brawl Coach.




ELIZABETH MARV TARR

"/ielly"

Colon, Kipuljlic of Panama

August 22. 193.T

"A wonderjul mimmer. with a
wilting attitude"

Dromo.ic Club 3, 4; Vice Fres. Sr.
class. Swimming 1, 3, 4; Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4; Bosketball I, 2, 3, 4;
Softboll 1, 2, 3, 4; F, T. A. 3, 4;
Library Ass't. 4; Pep Club 2; Glee
Club 2, 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,
3, 4; Mock Elections 3, 4; Thespian
Ploy, "Gramercy Ghost" 4; "Good-
bye, My Fancy" 4.




GINETTE WACHTEL

Metz. France
January 8. 1935

"Intelligent anil ro-operutive"

Dramatic Club A, Volleyball, 1, 2, 3,
4; All Stars 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All Stars 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bad-
minton 1, 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Pep Club 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2, 3, 4; Vice
Pres., 4; Sr. Class Treas.; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Committees I, 3, 4; Mock Elections
4; Thespian Ploy, "Gramercy Ghost"
4.




MARGARET JANE JOLDREV

"'Margie"

Ft. William. Ontario, Canada

October 31, 1936

"Pretty, poised, and punrtual"

Dramatic Club 1 2, 3, 4; Thespians
3, 4; Historian 4; Honor Society 3, 4;
President 4; Sr. Closs Sec. 4; Basket-
ball 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,
3, 4; Sec. Treos. 3; Library Ass't. 4
Student Council 3; Pep Club I, 2
Hall Duty 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Exchange Student 3
Swimming 1, 3; Thespian Ploys,
"Black Flamingo" 2; "Meet Corliss
Archer" 3; "Granercy Ghost" 4;
"Goodbye, My Fancy" A; Holl of
Fame 4.




Volleyball 1, 3, 4;
Saftboll 1, 2, 4; Jr.
Rifle Club I, 2, 3, 4;
Secretary 4; Glee
Club 2, 3; Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2,
3, 4; Quill and Scroll
4; Caribbean Staff 4
Tradewind Staff 4
Committees 1, 3, 4
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Com-
mencement and Bac-
calaureate 3; "Good-
bye, My Fancy" 4;
Thespians 4; Dramatic
Club 4; Mock Elections
3, 4.



Kathryii Ann Argo
"Shorty''

Grand Coulee. Wa^-liington

July 16, 1935

"The model-type with a winning sinile

and accomtnodatins ways."




"C" Club 4; Baseball
3, 4; Varsity 3, 4;
Basketball 2; Commit-
tees 4.




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Arthur Francis Blades
"Art"

Colon. Republic of Panama

August 16, 1934

'A nice Joe, with ability on the

mound"



Anselnio Arias
"Mito"

Colon, Republic of Panama

February 28. 1933

"Hercules of the track: merman ol

the water'



"C" Club 3, 4; Swim-
ming 1, 2, 3, 4; Vars-
ity 1, 2, 3, 4; Track I,
3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity
4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4;
ROTC 2, 3; Drill Team
3; Stage Crew 1, 3;
Committees 2, 3, 4.




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Football 2; Bosketball
2, 3; Softball 2, 3.




Thomas Franris Brennan
"Butch"

A neon. Canal Zone

October 2, 1932

"An easy-going, well-mannered guy"



"C" Club 2, 3, 4; Soft
ball 2; Footboll 1, 2,
3, 4; Varsity 1, 2, 3,
4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
Varsity I, 2, 3, 4
Baseball 3; Varsity 3
F.T.A. 3; 21 Club 4
Glee Club 1 2, 3, 4
Cycle Club 4; Secy, 4
Band 4, ROTC 3, 4
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4



George Ernest Bennett
"Whirlaivay"

Orange. New Jersey

March 1. 1935

"Good on the track and on the Tulia"




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Camera Club 1, 2, 3;
"C" Club 2, 3, 4; Pres-
ident 4; Frosh Class
President; Football I,

2, 3, 4; Varsity 1, 2,

3, 4; Basketball 1, 2.
3, 4; Varsity 1, 3, 4;
Track 4; Softball I, 2;
Baseball 3, 4; Varsity
3, 4; Student Council
2; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Com-
mittees I, 2, 3, 4;
"Mother is a Fresh-
man" 3; All Zone Foot-
ball Team 2, 3, 4; Hall
of Fame 4.




Vernon Hule Bryant
"Beer"

Sareng. Georgia

March 12, 1935

"The main cos in the toothall wheel




Judith Eleanor Chan
'Judy"

Colon. Repuhlic of Panama

October 30. 1935

"Diminutive, stuilious. laughs

easily."



Orchestra 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Hail of Fame
4.



Roberl ^'iliiani Donahue






"Bee"






Brooklyn, New York






August 16, 1934






'Quiel with a touch of the old Irish.'






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Football 1


, 2, 3; Bos-


.^^^^HUfefe^tei^


ketboll 1,


. 2; Varsity


.j^^^^^^^HSk.


3; Bond 1







Jr. Rifle Club I, 2, 3,
4; Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4;
S.A. Treos. 4; Basket-
ball I; J. V. Basketball
2; Varsity 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2; Football 1,
2; Varsity 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2, 4; 21
Club 2, 3; Student
Council 4; Glee Club

1, 4; Hall Duty 2, 3;
Debote Club 2; Stage
Work I, 2, 3; Commit-
tees I, 2, 3, 4; ROTC

2, 3, 4; Bm. Com-
mander 2; Hall of
Fame 4; Honor Society
4.



Leonidas Aritidi Constantino
"Leo"

Colon, Republic of Panama

March 31. 1935

"If it iinil wisdom uith military

sense."




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Football 1. 2; Softball
2, 3; Basketball 2, 3,-
ROTC 2, 3, 4; Comit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Pro-
jector Operator 2, 3,
4; Cycle Club 4; Mock
Elections 4; Hall of
Fame 4.



Leslie Wyatt Croft, Jr.

"S?itie"

.Norfolk. Virginia

September 8, 1935

'The man with the rnr and the

ilolhes!"



Janie!> Norwood Doyle
"Pickles"

Colon. Republic of Panama

January 18. 1936

'The biggest little senior in CHS.'




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Barbara Ann Egolf

Colon, Repuhlic of Panama

August 20. 1935
"Cute, reliable and chic!"




"C" Club 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity Mgr. 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3; 21 Club
I, 2, 3; Student Coun-
cil 1, 2; Trodewind 4;
Caribbeon 4; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Thes-
pian Ploys, "Gromercy
Ghost" 4.



DramticClub 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A.
3, 4; Jr. Rifle Club 3;
Pep Club 3; Glee Club
2, 3; Caribbean Stoff
4; Trodewind 4; Hall
Duty 3; Committees 1,
2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.



Football 4; Varsity 4;
Committees 4; Queen's
Court 4; Mock Elec-
tions 4.



James Walter Everett
"Jim"

Delaware City, Delaware

December 19. 1935

"Good humored and quick retorts.'




Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity 1, 2,3,4; Soft-
ball 1, 2; Baseball 3,
4; Varsity 3, 4; Track

1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 1,

2, 3, 4; Basketboll 1,

2, 3. 4; "C" Club 2,

3, 4; Student Council
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,

2, 3, 4; Holl Duty I,
2; Committees 1, 2,

3, 4; Officiol Fresh-
man-Sophomore Brawl
4; All Canal Zone
Football 3, 4.




Robert Gary Graee
"Crazy legs"

New ^ ork, Xew York

Jamiary 11. 1933

"His talents are spread over many

tields."



F.T.A. 3, 4; Jr. Rifle
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Or-
chestra 3, 4; Mock
Elections 4.



Henrietta Mercedes Ferri
"Henna"

Cristuhal. Canal Zone

January 28. 1936

"Quiet ivith a droll sense ol humor.'




Jr. Rifle Club 3, 4;
Vorsity 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 4; Swimming 4.




Darell Chadlow Greene
"Dare"

Colon, Republic of Panama
.\ugust 2.5. 193.5
"Individualist iiith definite ideas."



Basketball I, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2, 4; Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity
2; Jr. Rifle Club 1;
Glee Club 1; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards 4; Hall Duty 2, 3.



Charles Alfred Gerchow
"C/inr/ie"

Bocas del Tore

Republic of Panama

October 21, 1933

".4 polite ping pong ace."




Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,-
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Badminton, 1, 2; Vol-
leyboll 1, 2, 3, 4; Art
Honor Society 3, 4;
Mock Elections 4; Com-
mittees 3, 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom.




Eiilalia Guardia Jaen
"Y'ayila"

Panama, Republic of Panama

January 20, 1934

"Female Rembrandt with a tinge

of gayety."




^larv Catherine Hall
"Butch"

Princeton. \^ est Virginia
January 14. 1935
"Persistent, deliberate, with a
perpetual tivinkle."



Carleton Francis Hallelt
"Bristles"

Colon, Kepuljlic of Panama

May 27. 1934

'Trophies prove his hunting skill.'




Kalph Diwiy Harris
"Cu,- Ball"

San FranciMii, California

June 29. 1934

"Mechanically anil literally im lined.'



Dramatic Club 3, 4;
Thespians 4; Basket-
ball 1,2, 3; Volleyball
1; Badminton 2; Jr.
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4
Quill and Scroll 4
Caribbean Staff 4
Tradewind 4; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Commence-
ment and Baccolaure-
ote 3; Mock Elections
3, 4; Thespian Plays,
"Black Flamingo" 2;
"Mother Is A Fresh-
man" 2; "Night of
Jan. 16th" 3; "Meet
Corliss Archer" 3;
"Gramercy Ghost" 4;
"Goodbye, My Fancy"
4; Library Ass'f. 4.



Camera Club 2; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3; Soft-
ball I, 2, 3; Jr. Rifle
Club I; Pep Club I,-
Glee Club I; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Committee 4,



Bowling 4,



Jacqueline Hedrick
"Jackie"

Semarang. Java
May 8. 1931
'.Amiable and always on the go."




Ellen Louise Jones
"Litigi"

Oran, Missouri

February 10, 1934

"She's petite! She's diligent!

She blushes!''




Nancy Lee
"Den-
Colon. Republic
Feliniary 2
".Sparkling and



Kariger
ie"

(if Panama
. 1935

/ ersatile."




Student Council 1, 4;
Glee Club I, 2, 3;
Mock Elections 4.



Committees 4; Com-
mencement and Bac-
calaureate 3; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Mock Elections
4.



Dramatic CI. 1,2,3,4;
Pres. 4; Thes. 3,4,Pres.
4; Hon. So. 3,4;Var.2,
3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Vol-
leyball 1,2,3,4; All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4; All Stars 1,2,
3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,
4; All Stars 1,2,3,4;
Badminton 1,2; Bowl-
ing 3,4; S.A. Vice Pres.
3; F.T.A. 3,4; Student
Council 1,2,4; Pep
Club 2; Orch. 1,2,3;
Band 1,2,3; Quill &
Scroll 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Tradewind 4;
Hall Duty 3; Comm's.
1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Comm. & Bocc. 3;
Football Queen 4;
ROTC Spon. 4; Cheer-
leader 2,3,4; Svim-
ming 1,3,4; Brawl
Coach 3; Mock Elect.
3, 4; Hall Fame 4;
"Mother is a Fresh-
man" 2; "Meet Corliss
Archer" 3; "Gramercy
Ghost" 4; "Goodbye,
My Fancy" 4; Torrid
Wizards 4.



Robert Duncan KaKrance
"Wa"

New York. New York
December 2. 1934
"Gctiin's tall outdoor man."



Basketball I; ROTC 2,
3, 4.




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Varsity Club 2, 3, 4;
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4;
All Stars 2, 3, 4; Bos-
ketbcll 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars I, 2, 3, 4,- Soft-
Loll 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim-
ming 3; Pep Club 2, 3;
Glee Club 2, 3,- Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Hall Duty 2,
3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Com-
mirtees 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall
of Fame 4; Badminton
3, 4; Bowling 3, 4.




Mildrerl Eli/.abe
Mill

Colon. Republic

June 21.

"A tiny person with



th Marquard

of Panama
1934
a might\ pitch.'



Varsity Club 2. 3, 4
Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4,
All Stars 1, 2. 3, 4,
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Club I; Glee Club 1-



Julieta Lewis Heimiierling

Concepcion. Cliiriqui. Panama

May 28. 1932

"4 perky sportswoman"




Camera Club 2; Soft-
ball 2; Jr. Rifle Club
4; Library Ass't. 2;
Committees 2,3; ROTC
2, 3, 4.




Lidio Jo>- MoKail

Panama. Rrpuhlic of Panama

Augnst 3. 1934

//f speaks little but draws mm h.'



Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4
Sec. 4; Var. 2,3,4; Sec
4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4,
All Stars 2, 3, 4; Vol
leyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Al
Stars 2, 3, 4; Basket
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Al
Stars 2, 3, 4; Class
Sec.-Treas. I; Class
Sec.-Treos. 2; F.T.A. 3,
4; Librarian 4; Stu-
dent Council 4; Pep
Club 1, 2, 3; Orchestra

1, 2; Bond 1, 2; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Quill and
Scroll 4; Committees 1,

2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Mock Elections 3, 4;
Badminton 3, 4.



Arleiie Patricia Liiii
"Mo.v"

Purl Armuelles. Cliiriqni. Panama

March 23. 1934
"Inihistrious, ebullient with a ready
come back."




Varsity Club 2, 3, 4;
Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4;
All Stars 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 2, 3, 4; Badmin-
ton I; Pep Club 1;
Committees 2, 3, 4;
Mock Elections 4; Hall
of Fame 4.




Jeaiietlc Lucille McKeown
"Jail"

Panama. Republic of Panama

December 13. 1934

"Always chuckling and friendly.'





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Muriel Diane Morlaiid
'"Sunnr"

Panama. Republic of Panama

Jnne 21. 1935

"Likable with gay giggles."



Badminton 2; Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball
2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3,
4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Pep
Club 4; Glee Club 3,
4; Committees 3, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Mock
Elections 4; Thespian
Plays, "Meet Corliss
Archer" 3.



Isaac Leon Peltyiiovich
'Pelly"

C.o\im. Republic of Panama

May 4. 1935

'Mr. 'Basketball' who imitates

Jolson."




Thespians 4; "C" Club
4; Basketball 1, 4;
Varsity 4; Jr. Varsity
1; Football 1, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 4; 21 Club 4;
Student Council 4;
Glee Club 1, 4; Torrid
Zone V^izards 4; Thes-
pian Plays, "Arsenic
and Old Loce" 1;
"Gramery Ghost" 4;
"Goodbye, My Fancy"
4; Hall of Fame 4.




Robert George Orvis
"Bob"

.\ncon. Canal Zone

-September 12, 1935

"Friendly and full of fun.'



"C" Club 3, 4; Bose-
boll 1; Basketball 1;
Footboll I; Varsity 2,
3, 4; Student Council
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3;
ROTC 2,3; Committees
4; Hall of Fame 4.



Yolanda Peiiaherrera
"Yo-Yo"

Quito. Ecuador

October 29. 1934

"She's artistic and sews so nicely"




Dramatic Club 4; Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3; Pep Club
2, 3; Glee Club 1;
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Art
Honor Society 3, 4.




Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All Stars 3; Basketball

2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2,

3, 4; All Stars 4;
Swimming 3; Badmin-
ton 1, 2; Pep Club I.
3. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3:
Commencement and
Baccalaureate 3; Hall
Duty 3, 4; Glee Club
2. 3; Orchestra I ;
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4;
Caribbean Staff, 4;
Tradewind Staff 4.



KiiIm l.illliin \'.,\,
"Kitty"

Vnciin, (Janal Zone

January 13. 1934

"I'utient with raven locks and a sweet

disposition."



Donald Ponder
''Don"

Wasbington. District of Columbia

September 1. 1934

"Serious and cycle-minded.




(-,

ball



Club 2, 3.4
1; Football
Basketball 1
Varsity I,



Base-

I, 2.

Track

2, 3, 4;



Tradewind 4; Carib-
bean 4; ROTC 2.



IdBBH



Dramatic Club 3, 4,
Thespians 3, 4; Honor
Society 4; Camera
Club 2; Jr. Rifle Club
2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4
Student Council I
Soph. Class Vice Pres.
Jr. Class Vice Pres.
S.A. President 4; Foot-
ball 2; Softball 2; 21
Club 1, 2, 3, A: Glee
Club 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Duty 3; Commit-
tees 1. 2, 3, 4; ROTC
2, 3, 4; Debate Club
2; Thespian Ploys,
"Meet Corliss Archer"
3; "Night of January
16fh" 3; "Gromercy
Ghost" 4; Stage V/ork
2, 3, 4,- Hall of Fame
4.



Comero Club 2; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Trade-
wind 4; Hall Duty 3;
Committees 1, 2; Thes-
pian Ploys, "Night of
January I6th"3;Class
Assemblies, 1, 2, 3;
Stage Work 3.



Carl Arthur Pinio
Car/iV

Colon. Rfpiililic uf Panama

November 23, 1935

"A well-admired and riean-cul

leader."




Max Pretto Stevenson
"/Vegro"

Colon, Republic of Panama

July 15, 1933

"Eager to please and full oj laughs.'




Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4;
Thespians 4; Camera
Club 2, 3; Track 2, 3,
4; Glee Club 2; Carib-
bean Staff 3; Trade-
wind 3.



Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Vorsity 2, 3, 4; Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity

2, 3, 4, "C" Club 2,

3, 4; Soph. Class
Treas.; Orchestra I, 2,
3; Bond 1, 2, 3; Hall
Duty 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Committees I, 2, 3,
4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Co.
Commander 4; All
Canol Zone Football
4; Key West Oppon-
ents 4; Hall of Fame 4.






David Rubelli
Rube"

California

December 14, 1931

"An electrknlh-minded stage band.'




Robert Edward Salter
'''Stinky"

Soperton, Ceorgia

August 31, 1935

"Handsome and intelligent hoy from

Georgia."



"C" Club 3, 4; Sec-
Treos. "C" Club 4;
Football I; Varsity 2,
3, 4; Baseball 3, 4;
Jr. Rifle Club 1, 2;
ROTC 2; Committees
3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Tradewind Staff 4;
Caribbean 4; Thespian
Ploy, "G ra mercy
Ghost" 4.



Richard J. Reed
"Diffc"

Bellingliam, Washington

September 13, 1934

"Happy-go-lucky with leri-legs."




Volleyball 3, 4; All
Stars 3; Softball 3, 4;
Glee Club 1; Football
Court 4.




Dinah Viviane Sasso
"Miiiieqitiln"

Colon, Republic of Panama
March 13, 1933
"Carefree and rhythmic."'




IVaney Lou Sasso
,Vfi"

Colon. Repuljlic of Panama

-March 13. 1933

"Dancing feet and a serene

demeanor."



Volleyball 2, 4; Soft-
ball 2, 4; Basketball
2, 4; All Stars 2; Pep
Club 1; Glee Club 1;
ROTC Sponsor 4; Hall
of Fame 4.



Barbara Joan Sherry
"Babs"

Tiirlev. Oklalicima
Jnne 26. 1933

"A glee/ul gal who linoiis her
History."




Volleyball 2; Softball
3; Basketball 2; Mock
Elections 4.




Jr. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4;
Varsity 2, 3, 4; Execu-
tive Officer 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 3, 4; J. V.'s 3;
Varsity 4; Quill and
Scroll 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Tradewind 4;
Committees 2, 3, 4;
Student Council 3.



James Norton Seheibeler
"Big /(in"

."^an Dii'go. California

IJeci-mher 14. 1934

".S/ioo/.v the Bull, ramera, basketball

and gun."



Mar.v Beatrice Sherry
"Be*."

Tnrley. Oklalionia

.September 23. 1933

"Quiet, photogenic anil dependable.'




Volleyball 1, 2, 3;
Softball 1, 2, 3; Bos-
ketboll 1, 2, 3; Orches-
tra 3; Bond 1, 2, 3;
Thespian Plays,
"Mother Is A Fresh-
man" 3.



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l-ois .Sue .Seheidegg

frvington. New Jersey

Aiiiiw^l 24. 1935

'-f/i ainbilious bniii ii-r\ed blonde'



Camera Club 2; Vars-
ity Club 2, 3, 4; Treas.
4; Honor Society 4;
Sec.-Treas. 4; Volley-
ball I, 2, 3, 4; All
Stars, I, 2, 3, 4; Bas-
ketball 1,2,4; All Stars
1,2,4,- Softball 1,2,3,
4, All Stars I, 2, 3,
4, F.T.A. 3, 4; Library
Ass't. 3; Pep Club 2
Quill and Scroll 4
Caribbean Staff 4
Tradewind 4; Commit-
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Football Court
4; Bowling 3.



Allen Kenneth Sinion.s
B/iiiAy

Colon. Repuljlic of Panama

October 2.5. 1934
"He makes the halls ring."




Softball 1, 2, 3; Foot-
ball I, 2; Basketball 1,
2.



Charles Smith
"Chuck"

Durham, North Carolina

June 1. 193.S

"Big Chas.' He's eierybody's friend.'



Football I, 2; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Mock Elections 3;
Committees 3, 4.




Dramatic Club 4; Vol-
leyball 4; F.T.A, 4;
Glee Club 4; Commit-
tees 4; Mock Elections
4.




Loriia Stone

"Pebble"

Pasadena, California
April 11. 1935

"A quiet Utile lady; linguistically
minded.''



Softboll 1, 2, 3, 4;
Varsity I; Basketball

1, 2, 3, 4; Football I,
2; Easeball 4; Bond I,

2, 3; Committees ],
2, 3, 4; ROTC 2, 3,-
Stage Work 4.



Edward Lee Stern
"Ebbie"

Ellicoi City. Maryland

June 30. 1934

"Tile rcKiniing fisherman of the

Sfiillnay."








Football I, 2, 3; Swim-
ming 1, 2. Baseball
2, 3, 4; Varsity 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 3; Varsity
3.




Raul Anio Swalni

Panama Cilv. Republic cpf Panama
November 21, 1934
"Mild-mannered, without a worry in
the world."



Dramatic Club 4; Stu-
dent Council 1; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Club 3; Committees 3,
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Foot-
ball Court 4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Mock Elec-
tions 4; Hall of Fame
4.



Letieia Stevenson
"Lolty"

Colon. Republic of Panama

April 9, 1933

"Queen of Mambo: and pretty too!'




Camera Club 2; 21
Club 2, 3; Hall Duty 3;
Mock Elections 4; Com-
mittees 2, 3, 4; ROTC
2, 3; Thespian Plays,
"Night of Jon. 16th"
3.




Rirhard \^ right Tatelnian

December 30. 1935

"tli St or if idly -minded I model

shiphuilder."




Alyce Ann Tlnnia>
"Anil"

Colon. Rppiiblic of Panama

October 27. 1935

"Quiet, with a penetrating

personality."



Varsity Club 2, 3, 4;
Vice Pres. 3; Pres. 4;
Volleyboll 2, 3, 4; All
Stars 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4; All Stars
2,3.4; Softball 1,2,3,
4; All Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
Swimming 1; Badmin-
ton 1, 2; Bowling 3, 4;
Student Council 2, 3;
S.A. Sec. 4; Orchestra
1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3;
Cheerleader 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Queen's Court
4; Committees 1 2, 3,
4; Mock Elections 4;
Hall of Fame 4.



William George Wetzel
Biir

New York. New York

December 6. 1936

"I'olite. and easy to get along with.




Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Com-
mittees 1, 2; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Hall Duty 3.




James Tome Marin
"/i/iimr"

Colon. Republic of Panama

October 18. 1932

"Diligent, ajjable and clever uilh

tools."



Softboll 1,2, 3,4; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3; Track
1, 2; Football 1; 21
Club 1; Jr. Rifle Club
1, 2; Committees 4.



James Henry Wilson
"JiniHi.r"

.A neon. Canal Zone

December 16. 1935

'Tall, scholarly, and reserved.'




21 Club 3,4; Hall Duty
3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Mock
Elections 4; Commit-
tees 3, 4; Hall of Fame
4.




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Basketball 1, 4; Soft-
ball 2, 4; Committees
3, 4.



John lorne Murin

Colon, liepublic of Panama

.laiiiiarv 29. 19.i1

"(iiiiiil-iiiiliirrit iind gi/ilgrlniilided."



Rolando Vil!a!az
"Roly"

Colon, Republic of Panama

January 13, 1935

'Late comer with the Valentino look.











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1. THIS is Vernon?

2. Four Atlcs-es.

3. Mr. Donahue
hfmself.

4. Caged inl

5. All lined up
and pretty.

M / 1^9^ ^- ^'^^ '^"^' Cowboy.

^^^' t?^ ^- Can this be true?

r £9K 8. The slaves of CHS.

9. No comment! !

10. The pause that refreshes.

1 1. Just thinking!

12. Oh! What's he saying?

13. Sitting pretty.

14. Bathing beauties, for true.

15. Huh! That grin!




Cm M ^ #1 lAf III '^** ^^^ parly of the second part,

L J% ^ ^ j/}g ILL The party of the first part leaves

ARGO, KATHRYIV her height to Jmly Makohii
ARIAS, AN'SELMO his money to Jilma Lara

BENNETT, GEORGE hi* unanswered ([ueslions to Jolin Albright
BLADES, ARTHUR liis pitching arm to anyone who"s man enough to take it

BRENNAN, TOM his curly hair to Scotty McN'iel
BRYANT, VERNON his Balhoa popularity to Jocly Roherson

CHAN, JUDITH her courses in Math to her sister Marilyn
CONSTANTINE. LEO his Greek philosophy to Miss Liter

CROFT, LESLIE his motor scooter riding ability to Danny Kissam
DONAHUE, ROBERT leaves motorcycles behind!

DOYLE. JIMMY his "winning ways" with Miss Liter to Topper Didier
EGOLF, BARBARA lier typing ability and fingernai:s to Carol Newhard

EVERETT, JAMES his great intelligence to Billy Price
FERRI, HENRIETTA her b.-autiful black tresses to Donna Geyer

GERCHOW. CHARLES his sanding pad to Dario Gonzalez
GRACE. ROBERT his silly nickname, "Goofy" to any unlucky Junior
GREENE, DARELL his dynamic personality to John Hatgi
GUARDIA, EULALIA her privilege to chew gum in English 12 to Blanquita McNalt

HALL, MARY her ability to get confused to Maricha Tagaropulos
HALLETT, CARLETON his duck hunting skill to John Delaney

HARRIS, RALPH his ability to skip school to Murray Corrigan
HEDRICK, JACQUELINE her wit and her love for fun to the rest of the kids

HEMMERLING, JULIETA LEWIS her desire to collect butterflies to Diane Scheidegg
JONES, LOUISE her quiet ways in the halls of C. H. S.

JOUDREY, MARGARET her sweet disposition to Arlene Vandergrift
KARIGER, NANCY her nickname of "fats" to Mercedes Peterson

LA\<'RANCE, ROBERT his "laugh" to Tommy Gibson
LIM. ARLENE her ability to eat all the time and not gel fat to Louise Edmonson

MARQUARD, MILDRED her athletic ability to Mary Lou Allen
McKAIL, LIDIO all hi^ English 12 liooks to Larry Cox

MoKEOWN, JEANETTE her letter writing in first period S.H. to Joan MacKenzie
MORLAND, MURIEL her slight figure to Kay Dignam

ORVIS, ROBERT the right side of the bench to Bob Connard
PABON, RUBY her mambo dancing ability to Virginia McBride
PELTYNOVICH, ISAAC his height to Mr. Goodhead
PENAHERRERA. YOLANDA her privilege to get one-half hour late to classes to Babs Hickey

PINTO. CARL all his S.A. troubles to the "SJ Prexy
PONDER, DON the hurdles to Tommy Hughes

PRETTO, MAX his Spanish pronunciation to Mrs. Smith
REED, DICK his car to the 1954 Journalism class

RINEHART, LESLIE the title of "'Little Bug" to Carl Tuttle
RUBELLI, DAVID his ability to take curves on two wheels to Pitzi Serventi

SALTER, ROBERT all his girls to Gene McGaughey
SASSO, NANCY her office training to the future Seniors

SASSO, DINAH her job as helper in Cafeteria to the next helpless victim
SCHEIBLER, JAMES the job of school photographer to anyone with more patience than he has

SCHEIDEGG, LOIS leaves all her "headaches" and lake^ all her "goodaches"
SHERRY, BARBARA her r.d hair to Joan Holgerson

SHERRY, MARY her early graduation to Sylvia Mann
SIMONS, ALLAN his super-sonic voice to Stanley Smith

SMITH, CHARLES his mechanical drawing to Ralph Reccia
.STERN, EDWARD his fishing skill to Tommy Gil)son

STEVENSON, LETICIA her long hair to Elaine O'Hayer
STONE, LORNA one good tooth to Tommy Catanzaro

SWALM, RAUL school to whomever wants it
TARR, BE'IT^' her swimming ability to Shelia McNamee

TATELMAN, RICHARD leaves nothing and lake? everything
THOMAS. ALYCE her pen lo ain person lucky enough to lake S..\. minutes

TOHNE, JAMES his "mechanical hands" to Larry Cox
TORNK, JOHN his knowledge of Spanish lo Mr. Cook

Vi ACHTEL, GINETTE her great batting average lo Aurora Lim
WETZEL, WILLIAM his romantic ways lo Tony Dyer

WI!SON, JAMES his ability lo duck ceiling lamps lo John Hayes



HALL OF FAME




Mr. & Miss l.n.N. . nancy KARIGER and LESLIE RINEHART



Some are born great, some achieve grealness,
and some have greatness thrust upon them ....



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llosl LikHv To Mmi



GINETTE WACHTEL and CARL PINTO

The Future is a ureal land




Most Studious



. JUDITH CHAN and JAMES WILSON

We knoiv hoiv busy you are in your library, u^hich is
your Paradise








rrHMldliCSt . JEANETTE McKEOWN and LEO CONSTANTINE

A Friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature



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Most li)l(MII6Q . MARGARET JOUDREY and ISAAC PELTYNOVICH

Doing easily what others find difficult is talent



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MILDRED MARQUARD and VERNON BRYANT

By sports like these are their rriri-s beguiVd




Kesl llressed



. ALYCE THOMAS and LESLIE CROFT

ISeat, not gaudy . attired to please ....




Best LOOkillii . LETICIA STEVENSON and ROBERT SALTER

Beuitly is a Joy Forever .




Best Dancers



. NANCY SASSO and ROBERT ORVIS

Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most
hemiliftih of the arts




MOST ATHLETIC

Julie Lewis and
Boh Grace




BEST DRESSED

Barbara Egolf and
Leslie Rinehart



BEST DANCERS

Arlene Lini and
Dick Reed





MOST LIKELY TO
SUCCEED

Margaret Joudrey and
Leo Constantino




MR. AND MISS II

Margaret Joudrey and
Carl Pinto



MOST TALENTED

Kathryn Argo and
Bob Grace




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BEST LOOKING

Lois Scheidegg and
Dick Reed




FRIENDLIEST

Aim Thomas and
Le^^lie Rinehart



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MOST STUDIOUS

Margaret Joudrey and
Charles Gerchow




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CLASS of '53



(Ten Years Hence)



\^hile looking through old newspaper files, one notices
that the C.H..S. Class of '53 has many notable celebrities.

KAY ARGO and ANN THOMAS are well-known Con-
over models. Kay and .\nn both are also retired registered
nurses.

GEORGE BENNETT is now famous as the "singing bar-
ber" of Hollywood, and has made many musical hits in the
last few years since he invaded Hollywood. Also in Holly-
wood is the outstanding side-splitting comedy team JIM
SCHEIBELER and JA.MES EVERETT. This team-s favor-
ite sidekick is singing and acting sensation. IS.\.'\C PEL-
TYNOVICH, who obsolutely refuses to change his name to
something more pronounceable. Isaac is now rumored to be
making eyes at Academy Award winner. MARGARET
JOLDREV. Margie's friend. -SUNNV MORLANU. is
the latest thing in slapstick comedv. along with her strai'dit-
faced partner. NANCY KARIGER. who also holds the
Olympic Woman's High-jump record, and tends a home,
hubby and six kids, after working hours.

Guess what? ANSELMO ARIAS is Hollywood's new
Tarzan. and DICK REED is the latest bobby-soxers" "dream-
dish." Dick is rumored to be an Errol Flynn and Rudolph
Valentino rolled into one, with a reputation as an interna-
tional heart-breaker: but he has a close rival in ROLANDO
VILLAL.AZ. who has made all the Valentino-tvpe pictures
so far. LOTT-i STEVENSON is Dick's latest picture team-
mate, although the two don't get along outside the movies.
Lotty is famous for her flowing locks and siren parts.

RICHARD TATELMAN owns a huge movie studio, and
also Dick's and Lotty's contracts, along with several thou-
sand othe-s! Tatelman's personal secretary and Art Director
is YOLANDA PENAHERRERA. As a side-note Dickie has
just borrowed WILLIAM WETZEL from RKO. Bill is
known best for his James Mason-tough-guy-roles.

L0RN.4 STONE is principal of the International School
of Languages, which she founded, through the U.N.

Now to the sports world. VERNON BRYANT, famous
Notre Dame football star, is now Notre Dame's coach Als,,
in the coaching field is LESLIE RINEHART. who broke
all the records in West Point's historv. and now coaches
iheir team. ROBERT ORVIS has made a name for himself
in the Sports World, but has now settled down to selling
insurance.

JIM DOYLE is a renowned sports announcer, and cham-
pion flag pole sitter. ALLEN SIMONS is also an an-
ni uncer, but is better known for his singing commercials.

ARTHUR BLADES and TOM BRENNAN are partners
in La Nu Cockroach Killer Co., and are making money hanrl-
over-fist

JUDY CHAN, GINETTE W ACHTEL. and JAMES
WILSOIV are partners, also. These famous scientists have
made innumerable revolutionary advances in the field of
Science. Judy does research. Ginette. calculations, and James,
experimentations. They, naturally, incorporate their results.

LEO CONSTANTINE is now called "the greatest" gen-
eral ever known and is famous, also, for his dry wit. friend-
liness and mathematical genius.

LESLIE CROFT has teamed up with BARBARA EGOLF
in a radio program that is pushing "1 Love Lucv" risrht off
the air.

^ JACKIE HEDRICK is tending her home. kids, and huliby.
She just finished working her way through college.

HENRIETTA FERRL DARELL GREENE, and
CHARLE> GERCHOW own the world-famous Explorer's
Hotel chain, which features the best hotels, even in darkest
Africa.



BOB GRACE and EULALIA GUARDIA, famous com-
mercial artists, have opened a school for budding artists.
Bob IS also known as a first-rate singer and play-boy.

MARY HALL married into the Army and is now in
Germany, where she entertained former classmates JULI-
ETA LEWIS HEMMERLING. ARLENE LIM. and MIL-
DRED MARQLARD. during tlieir stay in Germany, while
they were participating in the '63 Ohmpics. All three guests
hold records in their different fields and Mary's latest "novel
has just made the best seller list.

LIDIO McKAIL and RALPH HARRIS now own the
liiggest fishing equipment factory in the United States and
are sought-after millionaires, but they are confirmed bache-
lors. Their side-kick, CARLETON HALLETT. is also a
millionaire, but not a bachelor! He married his millions,
and spends his leisure time on Safaria in darkest Africa.

LOUISE JONES and LOIS SCHEIDEGG are contin-
ually vieing for the world's speed record in tvping. How-
ever, in private life they own an exclusive secretarial school
and are good friends.

JEANETTE McKEOWN is happilv married to a well-
^"O"" .^"'f'o/;- \^'"'f in Washington, she pals around with
BETT'i TARR, the L. S.'s first lady Speaker of the House.

RAUL SWALM is the greatest pitcher in the major
leagues, and his Irish friend, BOB DONAHUE, is his
partner in a restaurant on 42nd St. in N. Y.

RUB'i PABON is the owner of a very exclusive dress
shoppe. Her good friends, NANCY and DINAH SASSO,
own an equally expensive and famous dance studio. Nancy-
just got back from a short jaunt to Europe, with her hubby.

DAVID RUBELLI has just invented a new-type electric
socket. Besides the fame this brought, he was already well-
known as a "great" back-stage manager on Broadway. Also
on old Broadway is comedy sensation MAX PRETTO. His
act consists mostly of various scales of laughter! A most
unusual and highly popular act!

DON PONDER is the motorcycle speed king of the
world. He has broken all records, not to mention a num-
ber of bones. In his dangerous life, (he can't even get in-
surance) he should have stayed a bachelor. He didn'^t. He
has a wife and eight kids!

Famous pliysician CARL PINTO has finally found a cure
for tlie common cold. His discovery arose because he kept
a constant cold. He keeps a stable-full of thoroughbred
horses as a hobby. Two of these beautiful animals are Ken-
tucky Derby winners.

ROBERT SALTER, acclaimed engineer, is believed to
be on the verge of a nervous breakdown, simply because he
has plans and blueprints of a bridge. But not' an ordinary
bridge! Oh no! It is a bridge from Europe to the U. S.
He is well known for his unique designs, but this one is a
little 1(10 unique.

BARBARA and MARY SHERRY own the best interior
decorating palace in the worKl. Thev are on their way to
Europe to redecorate England's Royal Mansion.

CHARLES SMITH recently inherited fortv million ,|n|-
lars and a 100-foot yacht. He is now on a world tour with
EDW.VRD STERN and ROBERT LAWRENCE, his cham-
pion Tarpon-catcher friends.

T.w??o' '"" '^^ "" ""^"^ '^3*'- are the Rhumba Kings.
JAMES and JOHN TORNE. Thev have won all Rhumba
contests, besides being the coffee kings of South America.
Ihese billionaire men-about-town represent the end of the
tour of the fame and fortunes of ye ole Class of '53.




TOMMY CATANZARO
PRESIDENT




'Those that

make the

best use

oj their

time have

none to

spare.''



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SHEILA Me.NAMEE
VICE PRESIDEIST




DIANE McLaren

SECRETARY



EUGENE DIDIER
TREASURER






Alarv Lou
ALLEN



Jack
BRENNAN




Theodore
CHIN



Nessini
CHITRIT





Richard
CUNNINGHAM








Velvia
BRINGAS



Dale
COCKLE




James
CUSTER



Kav
DIGNAM




Tonv
DYER



Aiiialia
CHANEY




Robert
CONNARD






John
DELANEY




Svlvia
DINKGREVE




Gilbert
FERRO




Marie
FRASER



Carol
GEORGE




John
HATGI



John
HAYES





Robert
HODGES



Joan
HOLGERSON




David
LANE




Dunna
GEYER



Anita
HEPBIRN






Toniniv
HUGHES



Alice
HANNIGAN




Barbara
HICKEY




Daiinv
KISSAM




Charles
LE5SARD



Aurora
LIM




Svlvia

MANN



Ann
MACCIBBIN



Blanquita
MoNATT




Bruce
NEWHARD





Enieslo
PENARANDA



Mercedes
PETERSON





(George
PLATKEVICH



Judith
RAMIREZ




Ralph
RECCIA





Bill
ROBERSON



John
ROBINSON




Keiiiielh
ROSCOE





Electra
ROSANIA




lilalia
SAMLDIO




June
ROWLEY




Bruce
SANDERS




SANTOS




Ephriani
SCOTT






Charles
THOMPSON



Arlene
VANDERGRIFT



SASSO



Uabil

SERVANTI



SEWELL




Rudv
SMITH



Carlene
TABER



Marioha
TAGAROPL'LOS





Carl
TUTTLE



Carlene
TUTTLE



Edda
ULLRICH










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ThO Sophs "These are the times that try mens soiilsT



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First Ri>ir John Albright. Richard Aleguas. Ezra Attia. Florj-iioo Baker. I.colia Bailey, Raul Balquin. Carmen
Beitia. Andrew Bleaklev, Marv Ann Brassel. Juan Breniian.




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Second Roir- Alice Chambers. Mariivn Chan. Joyce Cooksoii. Antonio Collins, Murray Corrigan, James Craw-
ford, Helena de Boyrie, Bob de Estrada, Virginia Dignam, Bill Droste,








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Third Roic Carmen Ducruet, Louise Edmonson, Richard Eiwell, Jim Facer, Benny Favorite, Mary Fernandez,
Victor Fisher. Andrew Eraser, Danny George, Tom Gibson.





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titurtli Hint Dario <,<>n/,alis, Dick Goodhead, Charles Hardy, George Harris, Pamela Hawthorne, Paula Holger-
son, Patricia Kelley, Nicky Laniis, Roland Lees, Maurice Leon.





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Fijlh Roiv Herb Lewis. Theron Lewis, Mike Letchko. Joe Lowe, Joan MacKenzie, Virginia McBride, Jean Mc-
Daniels, Gene McGaughey. Mike Morrsioii. Avril Murray.



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Sixth Roic Carol IVewhard, Anth<.ii> N;il)oa. Elaine O'Hayer, John Pabon, Donna Payne, Manuel Perez. Bill
Price. Ramon Quezada, Matias Reyes, Esther Reynolds.

Sevpnth Rinr Dale Roberson. Pal Roddy, Vilma Rodriguez, Antonia Rosado, Sonia Rosello. Marcy Rudge,
Richard Russell, Diane Scheidegg, Elaine Sievers, Betty Smith.



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Eighth Hot, I)..ri ^iiiith, Dudley Smith, Stanley Smith. Cody Sraples. Bill Stevens. Malcolm Stone.

IIFPERCLASSMAN, MAN ALIVE
WE'LL BE UP THERE IN "55"

!Sinth Roic Joel Slorch, Martha Swalm, Demetriu Tagaropiilos. Shirley liiliiii. Charlenr Turner.






FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BRAWL



Sophomores Sweep Up!
87-25

1. Drv and Iriuniphaiit

2. Anchor man

3. What d'say?

4. They're imparlial?

5. (ioing down for the third time

6. Run with it, if you can

7. Someone pushed the coach





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DONNA HLMPHREY, Presidinl; MARY ORR,

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First Row Janu>> Ambrose, Arlene Antlersoii, Robert Andir-on. Shi^i<^ Anderson, Cecilia Alexatis. Margaret
Allen, Andrea Armstrong, Mary Jo Avcock, Sarah Barfield, Charles Barrows.



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Curtis, Constance D'Augusta, Diane Delanev. John Dougan.

Third Row William Eaves^. Edithaiin Erkhoff, Eddie Ellezev, Veronica I-isher, (elipe Garcia, Madelon Garrett,
Donna Garrington, George (ierchow, Ines Gunihan^ Katheryn Hamilton.



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Fourth Rotr Diane Hannigan. Joe Hannigan, Flora Harle. (aroline Hauser, David llir<. Diana Hires. Diane
Mill. Richard Horne. Anthony Iloxard. Donna Huniphery.



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Fifth Row Sharon Hutchins, Christine Jan/., Joseph K at/.. Shirley Keepers, Leida Kleefkins, Guy Lane, Edward
Lawrence, Pat Leach, Luis Le Batard. Margaret Leigh.




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Sixth Roic Mirelta Lindsey, Ricardo Lorences. Armando Lung. Robert MacSparran. Judy Malcolm, Walter Mau-
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Si-reiilh Rou Tom Noonan. Mary Orr. Gladys Ortiz, Doris Pabon, Luis Pabon, Luke Palumbo, Luis Pelaez,

Diane Peterson, Shirley Peterson, Pauline Pincus.




Eighth Roiv Allen Robinette, Peggy Roddy, Eileen Rodgers, Ernest Rodriguez, Janice Roscoe, Julio Scott,
Leonard Scranlon, Lydia Smith, Yolanda Smith, Pat Slamboni.



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IMiith Rim John Stephenson. Lewis Taber. James Taylor, Louise Tate. Barbara Thrift, Henry Twohy, George

Vi'et/el, Lynn \^ ikingstad, Sandra Woner. Luticia Young.



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

The National Honor Society is the only organization in school that requires some
degree of excellence in many fields in order to be considered for membership. Mem-
bership, therefore, is an honor and the students must have been outstanding in Character,
Scholarship. Leadership, and Service. This organization, which consists of only four
members, is under the superb guidance of Miss Jeanne Brown.



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hefl to right: i'.arX Pinto, Margaret Joudrey,
Presifleiil, Lois Scheidegg, Secretary, and
Nancv Kariger.



1953 2nd Seniestfi- Initiates {not i>ii-
turetl) Leo Constantino, Marieha Tagar-
opolus, Mary Lou Allen, Alexis Vila,
Charles Thompson.




MISS BROWN, Sponsor



^''Time is the mosi valuable thing a man can spend.

STUDENT ASSOCIATION

The purpose of the STUDENT ASSOCIATION is to
promote uiiitv among the Student body.

This vital organization has for its members nearly
all the student body which elects a Student Council con-
sisting of four officers and a representative from each
homeroom. The officers for '52-'53 are: Carl Pinto,
Charlev Thompson. Ann Thomas, Leo Constantine, and
Tom Catanzaro: President. Vice-President. Secretary,
Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer, respectively. Mr.
Benjamin Goodhead is the sponsor.

Through the purchase of membership tickets, the stu-
dents receive the "Tradewind." CARIBBEAN, and admis-
sion to all school dances, plays, and athletic contests. The
year was started with an assembly. Freshman-Sophomore
Brawl, and dance on the opening day of school. All the
awards sports, dramatics, music. are provided for by
the S. A.



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The counoil members this year are back
row. slaniliitg from left to right: Tony
Dyer, Malcolm Stone, Bill Price, and Rob-
ert Grace.

Third rote: Benny Favorite. Sylvia Dink-
greve, Arelene Lim, Diane Delaney, and
Tom Catanzaro.



Second row : Nancy
Kariger, Joan Hol-
gerson, and Margaret
Leigh.

Front row: Ann
Thomas, Charley
Thompson, and Leo
Constantine.





ATHLETIC COUNCIL

The Athletic Council is composed of Student Asso-
ciation Alternates chosen from each homeroom, the
vice president, and assistant treasurer of the S. A.
The Athletic Council takes care of the gate at all
sports events in which C.H.S. participates.

This year's officers are Charley Thompson, Presi-
dent, and Tom Catanzaro, Treasurer. The sponsor
is Mr. Gregg.

The members ihis vear, sitting left to right, top rou\
are: Alice Chambers, Jackie Hendricks, Isaac Peltyno-
vich, and George Platkevieh. Second row: Barbara
Hickey, Maricha Tagaropulos, Carol IVew Hard, Elaine
O'Hayer, and Pat Leach. Front row: Charles Thomp-
son, and Tommy Calanzaro. Insert. Mr. Gregg, Spon-
sor.



NATIONAL

HONOR ART

SOCIETY

The Caribbean Chapter of
the National Art Honor
Societv is the first chap-
ter outside of the conti-
nental I nited States. The
charter was granted in
May, 1948. The require-
ments to obtain member-
ship are three mediums
and ten one-man displays.
Miss Worrell initiated the
chapter and sponsors it.

Last year's members arc:
Diane McLaren. Yolanda
Peneherra. and Eulalia
LaGuardia. The ne.v mem-
bers this year are: Mar-
garet Leigh, Pauline Pin-
cus, Sylvia Mann. Jilma
Lara, and Lotty Stevenson,
who was not present for
the picture.




Standing, left to right: Diane McLaren. Margaret Leigh. Sylvia Mann, Paul
Pincus, Jilma Lara, Eulalia LaGuardia, and Yolanda Peneherra. Insert, Miss W
rell. Sponsor.



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ACT: Scene I.

Cast: Dramatics Club Members.

Time: 1952-53.

Place: Cristobal High School.

Scene: Nancy Kariger was elected President: Alexis Vila, Vice President; Arlene Lim,

Secretary-Treasurer, and Margaret Joudrey, Historian.

The club, with its sponsor, Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen, consists of those people who
have shown an interest in drama and have met the necessary requirements for joining
the club.



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NATIONAL THESPIANS



One of the highest honors that can be
conferred upon a student is member-
ship in the National Thespians. This
year started out with only four mem-
bers. After the first Dramatic Pro-
duction four more members were ad-
mitted to the organization. Member-
ship is based on work done either in
acting, back-stage or other committees
to help further dramatics.

NANCY KARIGER, President
MARGARET JOUDREY, Historian
CARL PINTO, Treasurer
ALEXIS VILA, Vice President

Members: Isaar Pellvnovich. David
Rubelli, Mary Hall, and Sheila Mc-
Namee.

l\ot pictured: Kathryn Argo, Virginia
Dignam, Betty Tarr, and Lorna Stone.




FUTURE
TEACHERS

of
AMERICA



Left to Right. Front Row: Donna Geyer, Joan Holgerson. Arlene Vandergrifj, Virginia Dignani,
Maricha Tagaropulos, Ginelte Waehtell, Diane Hannigan. and Nancy Kariger. Middle Row: Mary
Fernandez. Judy Ramirez, Rosa Santos, Diane McLaren, Lois Scheidegg. Paula Holgerson, Joyce
Cookson, Carol New hard, and Miss Adaniary Anderson, Sponsor. Stick Row: Lorna Stone, Car-
lene Taber, Barbara Egolf, Arlene Lini, Sylvia Mann, Sheila McNaniee, Carol George, Muriel Mor-
land, Betty Tarr, and Alice Chambers.

The Future Teachers of America, originated in 1949 by the present Sponsor. Miss Ada-
niarv Anderson, has grown very popular among students who wish to become teachers. The
initiation this year, for the first time since the club originated, was given at a special assem-
bly on Visitation Day during National Education Week.

The officers for the year of '52 '53 are: Joan Holgerson. President; Lorna Stone, l^ ice
freiiV/e/!/.- Donna Geyer, rrea5urer; Maricha Tagaropulos, Historian: Alice Hannigan. Song
Leader: and Carol Newhard, Parliamentarian.



21 Club was originated in 1945 and is sponsored by the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club. Each
member is assigned to study one of the 21 nations which are members of this organization.

The purpose of the 21 Club is to promote Pan-Americanism among the Latin American Re-
publics. Pictured below are the members. Sponsors for the Club are Mr. Charles Wallace
and Mr. Paul Beck.





JUST STROLLING AROUND
THE SCHOOL!!



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Miss HroHii's library assistants: top
row Kalhryii llaniiltoii, Elaine
Sievers, Peggy Roddy; Sitting Ar-
line Anderson, Lydia Smith, Velvia
Bringas, Margaret Joudrey,
Belt> Tarr.



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Dramatic presentations are not com-
plete without music. The music of
our very capable orchestra adds the
finishing touches to these enjoyable
plays.

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    ''Music

    is the poetry

    of the air,"



    "Music is nothing else hut wild sounds
    civilized into linte and tune.''




    The CHS Music Department, under
    the direction of Mr. 0. E. Jostad. is
    one of the hardest-working and best-
    loved of the whole school. Its two
    major productions are the Christmas
    Festival and the Spring Festival.



    Music is the
    speech of
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    THE TORRID ZONE WIZARDS

    The Torrid Zone Wizards of Cristobal Higli
    School had its beginning in 1942. It was or-
    ganized by Mr. Carl Maedle and is sponsored
    this year bv Mr. Howard Sinder. Members in
    this club are chosen on the basis of scholar-
    ship, active interest and participation in
    Science classes.



    The officers this year are: President, Margaret
    Joudrev, Secretary. Diane ScheiHegg, Vice-
    Presidetil. Charles Thompson, and Treasurer,
    Ginette Wachtel.

    The members of the club, back row. left to
    right are: Larry Cox, Rupert Chin, Charles
    Thompson, Carl Pinto, and George Platkevich.
    Third roic: Isaac Peltynovieh, James Wilson,
    Dale Cockle, Alexis Villas, and Ezria Attia.
    Second row: Marilyn Chan, Felipe Garcia, Carol
    Newhard, Nancy Kariger, and John Dugan.
    Front row: Ginette Wachtel, Margaret Joudrey,
    and Diane Scheidegg. Insert: Mr. Howard
    Sinder, Sponsor.




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    i'lic National (,)uill and Scroll i> llif Honor So-
    eiely of Journalism. It was organized in 194.5.
    The purpose of this honor club is to raise the stand-
    ards of high school journalism, and to stimulate
    interest in journalistic endeavors.

    Membership is selective. The two top recpiire-
    nients are: the student must be in the upper third
    of his class; he must also have done distinctive
    work in high school journalism.




    PASS IN
    REVIEW!



    Bnltalion Staff:
    Lt. Col. Leo A. Coiislanline
    Sponsor: Nancy L. Kariger
    Adjutant: Carl A. Pinto




    Capt. Hussey
    Sgt. F. C. Coffin
    Sgt. McLaughlin






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    CO. "F"

    OFFICERS

    Capt. Salter

    1st Lt. J. Hatgi

    1st Lt. Lessard

    1st Lt. C. Thompson

    Co. Sponsor: Nancy Sasso






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    The C.H.S. Cycle Club, newly initiated this year and still on its trial run. is sponsored by Ray
    Crininiel and ooniposod of twelve members. The officers for the year 1952-1933 were: Presi-
    dent. Don Ponder, f'ice Pres.. David Lane. Secretary. George Bennett. Treasurer. Tommy Catan-
    zaro. The members are frotii left to rif;ht John Hayes. Don Ponder. David Lane. Bob Hodges,
    Nessim t:hitrit. Jack Brennan, Bob Connard, Charles Thompson, Bruce Sanders, Tom Catanzaro,
    Kenneth Roscoe and George Bennett.



    "Old lime is still a-flying.''^








    I he i-nergetic Pep Club aid<-d thi- cheerleaders in boosting the players. Bright yellow sweaters
    and blue skirt- were worn by the Boosters. Their cheers and songs could be heard throughout
    the grandstands. Joan McKenzie an sible for the success of this club.




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    RIFLE CLUB

    Cristobal Junior Rifle Club was originated in
    1947. and has grown rapidly to the largest and most
    successful club in school. In the past three years the
    boys' varsity has sky-rocketed from the proverbial
    cellar to the top. under the close supervision of
    Mr. Noel E. Gibson. Sr.

    Some outstanding team victories were as follows:
    three time sectional champions: first place in third
    armv area: Hearst match, and as a grand climax
    for the seniors on the team, fifth place in the Na-
    lional Postal Matches.



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    Team Captain




    GIRLS' VARSITY CLUB

    The Girls' Varsity Club is com-
    posed of only the girls who have
    proved themselves outstanding in
    sports. To be eligible the girl has
    to make at least two all-star teams
    from the three sports, volleyball,
    Softball, and basketball, that are
    played in one school year.

    1952-195.'{ OFFICERS
    Ann Thomas President
    Naiiov Kariger Vice President
    Arlene Lini Secretary
    Lois Scheidegg Treasurer



    BOYS'
    C" CLUB

    Membership into the ""C
    Club is with little doubt
    the biggest honor an ath-
    lete may achieve in CHS.
    To become a member, one
    must letter in a varsity
    sport, then be voted in.
    and finally pass what is
    known as the school's most
    trving" initiation.



    OFFICERS FOR

    19.12-1 9.53

    President: \ rnoii Kryaiit

    Vice President: IJol) (irace

    Secretary-Treasurer :
    Dirk Rcifl




    Ol'EEN NANCY KARIGER
    Attendants



    CAPTAIN VERNON BRYANT

    Escorts: Leslie Rinehart
    Jim Everell
    Leo Coiistantiiie
    Bob Orvis
    Donald Humphrey




    FOOTBALL CORONATION



    QIEE^ .\AMY I



    October 25, 1952



    FOOTBALL



    TEA



    The Tigers found the Interscholastic
    Football League rather rough going, but
    ended the season in second place with 2
    wins and 2 losses.

    The team came in a close sec-
    ond in the 3rd Annual Jamboree,
    they divided a win and a loss with
    the Athletic Club, and suffered
    defeat at the hands of Key
    West High School in Key
    West, Florida.







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    James Everett
    ^Ul Pos. End
    . V^ t. 165

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    Bill Price

    Pos. Quarterback
    Wt. 139






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    'U Wt. 155
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    Bob Orvis

    Pos. Center
    Wt. 150
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    Dick Sasso

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    Wt. 148
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    Tony Dyer

    Pos. Tackle
    Wt. 198
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    Pos. Center
    Wt. 131
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    Dick Reed

    Pos.. Guaiil
    Wt. 164
    Senior



    "Jodv" Roberson

    Pos. Fullhaik
    Wt. 160
    Junior




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    Pos. Halfback
    Wt. 142
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    Pos. Tackle
    Wt. 175
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    Pos. Halfback
    Wt. 155
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    Pos. Tackle
    Wt. 170

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    Pos. En,l
    Wt. 138
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    The CHS Varsity reigned supreme
    for the third straight year in Inter-
    scholastic competition. They also
    whipped Key West High School during
    their stay on that Island. The Junior
    Varsity duplicated the same feat as the
    Varsity with the exception of the Key
    West match. Both teams went unde-
    feated.



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    VARSITY
    TRACK



    Coach Paul Moser's 1953 Varsity
    Track Squad was. as usual, extremely
    small, but eager and powerful for its
    size. As the yearbook goes to press, this
    sport is just getting under way. but rec-
    ords are expected to tumble with such
    thin-clads who are pictured from left
    to right:

    Tom Hughes, hurdler, and broad
    jumper. Tommy missed the low hurdle
    record by 3 lOths of a second last year
    and is a veteran track letterman.

    Anselmo Arias, distance runner, im-
    proves his performance with every race.

    Bob Grace, middle distance rumier and
    nigh-jumper, performs remarkably in
    both.

    Don Fonder, hurdler and sprinter.
    Don too has been playing around with
    the low hurdle record, missing it by
    3/lOths of a second on two accasions.

    John Hayes, high hurdler, and a new-
    comer to the sport, is on trial.

    John Hatgi. low hurdler. No stranger
    to the timbers is this veteran of the
    s|)orl.

    Jody Koberson. discus thrower. Jody
    is being counted on to pull down a rec-
    ord in this event.

    Carl Tuttle. sprinter. Perhaps more is
    expected of Carl than any other one per-
    son. He is liable to finish the season
    with his name next to a Canal Zone
    Interscholaslic record.

    Pictured al bottom are Anselmo Arias,
    Sam Morris. Charles Barrow, and Theo-
    dore Chin, all qualified Tiger track men.



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    Vernon Bryant
    Bob Orvis
    Bob Salter
    Dick Reed
    Stanley Smith
    Gene MeGaughey
    Dick Sasso
    Bob Grace



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    Maurice Leon
    Bill F'rice
    Tom Hughes
    Art Blades
    Raul Swalni
    John Hatgi
    Bruce Newhard
    Kaiser Bazan



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    "A"
    LEAGUE



    GAME SCORES


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    Cristobal 30 vs College


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    Cristobal 45 vs Balboa


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    Cristobal 25 vs Balboa


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    Cristobal 34 vs Balboa


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    LEAGUE STANDINGS

    Won Lost

    Cristobal 4

    Balboa 2 2

    College 4



    'B" LEAGUE





    SCHEIDEGG'S ALLEYCATS



    Won
    6



    Lost

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    Front A. Vandergrift, M. Sherry, L.
    Scheidegg, L. Stevenson, A. Thomas.
    Back E. Reynolds, J. Mackenzie, L.
    Bailey, L. Stone, D. Sasso.



    LIM'S CUBS
    Won

    3

    Left to Right L. Smith, R. Young, N. Sasso,
    M. Fernandez, A. Lini. J. Ramirez, J. Curtis, M.
    Morland.



    PETERSON'S PANTHERS

    Won Lost

    O 7

    Front S. Woner, E. Rogers. M. Peterson, D.
    Scheidegg, M, Eraser.

    Midille M. Orr, D. Peterson, D. Hannigan, P. -, ^

    Holgerson, J. Flolgerson, D. McLaren.
    Back M. Lindsey, D. Delaney.





    MARQUARD'S KITTENS

    Won Lost

    5 2

    Front M. Leigh, M. Marquard, J.
    Malcolm.

    Back R. Pabon, C. Hauser, M. Al-
    len. P. Kelly, B. McNatt, P. Haw-
    hornc, E. O'Hayer.







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    McNAMEE'S LIONS



    Won

    2



    Lost

    5



    Left to Right V. Bringas, A. Hannigan, S. Peter-
    son. J. Rowlev, B. Thrift, C. Newhard, S. Diiik-
    greve, L. Eclnionson, S. Mann, S. McNamee.



    KARIGER'S BEARCATS

    Won Lost

    7 O



    Front N.Kariger. Middle P.Pincus, B. Smith,
    E. Eckhoff. Back M. Tagaropulos, B. Egolf,
    G. Wachtel, B. Hickey, P. Rothly.




    McKEOWN'S KATTY CATS

    Won Lost

    4 3

    Front M. Chan, C. Beitia, J.McKeown. J. Lewis,

    P, Leach. Back J. Brennan. V. Chin, E. Sievers,
    J. Roscoe, D. Pabon, M. Rudge, D. Humphrey.






    Front S. Barfield, K. Argo, M. Aycock. Back A.
    Lini. C. George, M. Joudrey, F. Baker, C. Taber, V.
    Rodriguez.



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    1. Exhausted or Lazy.

    2. She flies through the
    3 Ready and waiting.

    4. Up and over.

    5. The mighty stretch.

    6. Get on the ball, JC.

    7. Her eyes on the boll

    8. Kill it!l

    9. Practice mokes perfect.




    "A" League Softball All Stars

    Back: Mary Lou Allen, Alice Hannigan, Shei'a
    McNamee. Middle: Carlene Taber, Arlene Lim,
    Ann Thomas. Front: Ruby Pabon, Lois Scheid-
    egg. Mildred Mari|uard, Nanoy Kariger.




    SOFTBALL



    The only all-star game of the season
    placed the "A" league furiously against
    the "B" league. "A" league came out on
    top with the score of 18-5.

    Interscholastic games were called off
    because of unforeseen difficulties.



    "Tiwie's but a playmate whose toys
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    "B" League Softball All Stars

    From: Carol Newliard, Diane Soheidegg. Peggy
    Roddy, Marcy Rudge. Back: Aurora Lin>, Diane
    Hannigan, Helene deBoyrie, Betty Smith.



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    1 Hurroy, we won!

    2. The girls were in a huddle

    3. Kay and Toddy.

    4. Smile pretty.

    5. Aha! Men????

    6. Whotcho looking at?

    7. "Dorothy," the turtle.

    8. Going home.

    9. Which one's the animal?
    10. Shooting the bull.

    n. Cute little pig, isn't it?





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    Photographer Jim



    Time marches on and so must we! It has been our most sincere
    pleasure to publish this compilation of time-filling and historical events
    of 1952-1953. We have been well paid for our long hours of hard work.
    These years will soon fade away, but time can never erase our high
    school memories, or our 1953 CARIBBEAN.

    Our many thanks to the various merchants, who contributed so
    generousl) to our ads; to Mr. Sosa. who patiently made our pictures,
    especially the Hall of Fame; to Jim Scheibeler and Mrs. Scheibeler, who
    not only took the pictures, but developed, printed, and enlarged them;
    to Mr. Bailey. Mr. Hanna, and Mr. McKenzie. for their photographic
    help; to the St. Petersburg Printing Company and Southern Engraving
    Company of St. Petersburg. Florida, and the Becktold Company in
    Missouri; to Bob Grace for his original time sketches: and most of all,
    to Mrs. Smith, for it was she who gave of her time and energies to teach
    us how to put out this book.



    We hope vou all enjoy the CARIBBEAN as much as we have enjoyed
    making it.







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    (|uar(l, MiiUHv: Jim Doyle, Ix-hIIi- Hincliart, Arlcnc f.im, Itarhaia Kfjoll',
    Mary Hull, Tom Culun/.aro, Boh Bingham, Dick Rccil, Max I'rcllo.







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    Ralph Harris: Hunting lions with a club? Weren't you afraid?

    Carlton Hallett: No, there were about two hundred members in the club.



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    'THEY GAVE NOT OF THEIR TIME BUT OF THEIR CASH'



    BULLY BOOSTERS FOR C. H. S.



    Mr. and Mrs. L.'J. Egolf
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    Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger
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    Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Pretto
    Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rinehart
    Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rybicki
    Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hall
    Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sweeney
    Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catanzaro
    Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lim, Sr.
    Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Kissam
    Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thrift
    Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Salter
    Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brennan
    Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stern



    Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Marquard

    Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty"

    Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lawrance

    Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bennett

    Miss Helen Kissam

    Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Wilson

    Lt. Col. and Mrs. George Sewell

    Major and Mrs. M. A. Everett

    Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Constontine

    Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Villolaz

    Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Pinto

    Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Joudrey

    Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chambers

    Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Roddy

    Sgt. R. H. Lindenmuth

    Table "Almarviljojopolmabar"

    Miss Mary Jeanne Weisen



    Lois S: Raul, you are pretty dirty.
    Raul S: I am even prettier, clean.






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    BOTTLES, TOO,

    NEED
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    Jimmy Doylv: V( hirh part is hull?

    Dick Rreil: The part about the hundred dollar!.



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    Is a Real Booster of



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    !Max P.: Teacher, I et seven eggs for breakfast.

    Mrs. Smith: Ate.

    Max: No! 1 only et seven.

    Mrs. Smith: Ale!

    Max: Well, maybe it was eight eggs I el.



    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1953

    ITALIAN UNSS STEAMSHIP CO.



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    THANK YOU!

    HERFF-JONES is Proud to have

    been Chosen to Manufacture

    Your Class Ring

    HGRFF-JOMS Company

    Represented by E. A. Lewis

    Calle Estudiantes No. 136

    Box 3387, Panama



    Mr. Ooodhead : It gives nie great pleasure to mark you 80'"! on your examination.
    Chuck Smith: Why not make it 100 and give yourself a real thrill?



    The

    Standard Fruit &

    Steamship Co.






    Vacarro Line

    With Every Success

    to the

    Graduating Class of 1953

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    2nd Floor, Masonic Temple

    Cristobal, C. Z.



    Telephone 3-1456



    Box 2098



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    Isthmian Representative

    P. O. Box 3117

    Panama City




    CONGRATULATIONS



    TO THE



    CLASS OF '53



    THE vmm um mm club



    GATUN, CANAL ZONE






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    Best of Everything to the Class of ^53

    KNIGHTS Of COLUMBUS

    Cristobal Council No. 1689

    It's

    GRADUATION

    Time



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    An old woman at the Ulster Frontier was asked if she had anything to declare. "No. nothing at all." "But what
    is in the bottle?" "Oh, only holy water, holy water from Lourdes." The custom officer pulled out the cork,
    "whiskey it is," said he. "Glor>' be to God!" cried the offender. "A miracle!"



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    Telephoiii' 2181

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    Telephone 1212



    Congrats To

    The Class

    of "53"

    ROBERT

    WILCOX

    CO.



    MUEBLERIA

    LA

    UNICA



    Aflolfo Katz
    : Tel. 318 Box 427

    Colon, R. P.



    Jacquie Hedrick: Miss Mae, I can't thread this needle.

    MUs Mac: Why not?

    Jacquie H.: Every time I get the thread near the eye, it blinks.



    Compliments of



    Captain C. B. Fenton








    The FRE\rH BAZAAR

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

    JUAN PALOMERAS
    Colon






    Congratulations

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    Best Wishes

    to I he Class oj '5.3

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    Colon
    Masonic Temple



    Compliments of

    CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION



    Cristobal, C. Z.



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    At Lou est I'rices

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    Robert Salter: I don't like girls. They're too biaserf.

    George Bennett: How's that? i. i i

    Robert Salter: Every time I go out with one, its buv-us this and buy-us that until I ni broke.



    Best Wishes to the Class of '53



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    Congratulations To The Gradiiatiiiii Class Oj lO^.H
    froiii

    PRETTO, CIA. DE PRODUCTOS FORESTALES, LIMITADA,

    Finest Mahogany and Other ISative Lumber Dealers
    Telephone 2-3225
    Panama, R. of P.



    Compliments
    Of

    D. PRETTO STEVENSON



    Compliments
    Of

    COMPANIA HENRIQUEZ, S. A.



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    Bob: Sure honey, what's your phone number?






    Best Wishes To The Class Oj '5,'i



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    (oh.n, R. P.



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    ENTERPRISE &
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    No. 7108



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    Box 187
    Colon. R. P







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    Telephone 101 Colon



    Leo Conslandne: I heard about a fe!!ow who ate six dozen panrakes.
    Mary Hull: Ooh. how waffle!



    Compliments to the CLASS OF 1953

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    S. A.



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