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We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean



For her many efforts for and support of the class of '54 .

We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean

For her untiring devotion and dynamic personality .

We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean

To you, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, with all appreciation and admiration .

We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean



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Principal
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MISS VILMA ROSANIA (1)


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Secretary






MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON (2)






BA, Florida State College






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FTA Sponsor






MISS JEANNE BROWN (3)




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Librarian

National Honor Society Sponsor


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MR. GALEON JARVIS (9)

BA, Georgetown College
Art Honor Society Sponsor



MR. OSWALD JORSTAD (10)

BA, Concordia College
BM, Concordia Conservatory of
Music

MA, University of Michigan




MR. JACQUES COOK (4)

BS, Miami University
MS, Ohio State University
SA Sponsor



MISS ANNE DOWD (5)

BA & MA, Cornell University
Dramatic Club & Thespian Sponsor



MR. NOEL GIBSON (6)

BS, Bradley University
Rifle Club Sponsor




MISS BESS LITER (11)

BA, Randolf Macon Women's College
MA, University of West Virginia



CAPT. WILLIAM LOBER JR. (12)

Western Reserve University

Infantry School

Drill Team Sponsor

Assistant Professor of Military Science & Tactics



MRS. ALFCHILD MAEDL (13)

BA, Gustavus Adolphus College
Sophomore Class Sponsor



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MR. EUGENE GREGG (7)

AA, Canal Zone Junior College
BA, Colorado Stote College
Athletic Council Sponsor



MR. JOHN GRISWOLD (8)

BA, University of Illinois
Freshman Class Sponsor
Driving Class Instructor




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MRS. MILTON LEE NASH (19)

BS, Longwood College



MRS. EILEEN O'BRIEN (20)

San Diego State College
Claremont College




MR. CARL MAEDL (14)

BE & MA, Columbia University
Boys' Counselor
Junior Class Sponsor



MR. BERNARD MAZZONI (15)

BS, Lebanon VolJege College



SFC DOUGLAS MclNNES (16)

"F" Company Advisor
Camera Club Sponsor





MR. LUKE PALUMBO (21)

BS, Moryville State Teachers' College
"C" Club Sponsor



MISS MARGERY PENDER (22)

BS, New York State College for Teachers
SA Financial Advisor



MR. JAMES PFAU (23)

BS, University of Minnesota
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor
Bowling Team Sponsor



MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS (17)

BS, University of Wyoming
Cafeteria



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BS, East Stroudsburg State
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BA, New York University
MA, Columbia University
Jr. High SA Sponsor



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Combat Intelligence School



M SGT. LEWIS SEGAL (26)

ROTC Rifle Team Instructor




MR. JAMES STEARNS (29)

BS & MA, University of Florida
21 Club



MR. DUKE WILSON (30)

BA & MA, University of Florida

Zephyr Advisor

Rifle Club Co-Sponsor




CAPT. EARL WILSON (31)

Professor of Militory Science & Tactics
Officers' Candidate School



MISS MAE WOLD (32)

BA, Valley City State Teachers' College
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BS, University of Missouri
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AB, Ohio Northern University
MA, Denver University
Senior Class Sponsor
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CLASS HISTORY



Dear C H. 5.



The Class of 1954 submits, in the record of famous classes of CHS, her addition
to the history of our alma mater. We hope it will be received and read with pleasure
and remembrance.

September 8, 1950, the class of 1954 first entered the halls of Cristobal High School
and with scared looks and mixed emotions, we vowed to moke our mark on CHS. That
day also added to our humbleness as the Sophomores beat us in the annual Fres'imon-
Sophomore Brawl. But soon we elected Sheila McNamee as our President, Charles
Thompson as our Vice President, Edna Jenkins as our Secretary, and Larry Cox as our
Treasurer and became full-spirited rooters of CHS. We had big plans for that year,
but Polio put a damper on them and a weiner roost at the end of the year constituted
all our activities.

As Sophomores we come up in the world and beat the class of 1955 in the Brawl.
Our leaders were Charles Lessard, President, Barbara Hickey, Vice President, and
Charles Thompson, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Moedi was our guiding light and helped
us plan the Washington-Lincoln Assembly and the Harvest Dance.

We started as upper classmen by voting Tom Catanzaro in as our Junior class
President, Sheila McNamee as our Vice President, Diane McLaren as our Secretary,
and Topper Didier as our Treasurer. Mr. Moedl was again our sponsor and directed
all our productions with expert guidance. We used a Thanksgiving theme for our
assembly and in May we honored the graduating seniors with the gala junior-senior prom.
"Rhapsody in Blue" was our theme for the 1953 prom.

Also as Juniors we received our much-awaited class rings and ordered our class
numerals. In the S. A. elections, three members of our class walked away with offices.
Tom Catanzaro was the new President, Maricha Tagaropulos was the new Secretary
and Topper Didier was the nev/ Treasurer.

Finally we became Seniors and breathed a sigh of relief that we now had only
one more year of high school. With Kay Dignam as our President and helpers, Barbara
Hickey, Ann Maccubbin, and George Plotkevich, we had a very successful "Snow Ball,"
olios the senior dance. "Military Maneuvers" was the theme of our assembly com-
memorating Teddy Roosevelt's birthday. Mrs. Smith guided our activities and we re-
ceived our announcements and cops and gowns without delay. The trip through the
canal was eventful and Senior Day was a success.

In gray cops and gowns we graduated and left CHS with fond memories, hailing
the class of 1954 who inhabited the halls of CHS for four memorable years.

Respectfully submitted,



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ACES, ALL ACES /




Kalhryn Jam- Dignain
"hiiy"

Oistolial, Canal Zone

April 16, 1936

"Full of laughs, lull of fun: she's

all reel with everyone."
Class President 4; Dramatic Club 4;
Play Productions 3,4; Rifle Club 1,3,4;
Co-Captoin 4; Camera Club 4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Pep Club 1,3,4; Vice-presi-
dent 4; Softball 1,3,4; All-Stars 1,4;
Volleyball 1,3,4; Bosketball 1,3,4;
ROTC Dance 4; Senior Dance 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Opening Day Donee 4; Fare-
well Bawl 3; Class Assemblies 3, 4;
Baccalaureate ond Commencement 3;
Frosh-Soph Brawl Coach 4.




it;irl>ara Marie Hickey
-Babs"

'.cision, Massachusetts
M:u(li 10, 1937
"Friendliness and charm make

our Boston gal."
Class Vice-president 2,4; Athletic Coun-
cil 3; National Honor Society 4; Secre-
tary 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Ploy
Productions 4; Camera Club 1,4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Cheerleader 4; Alternate
2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Swimming
2,3; Football Queen 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet
3; Class Donee 2,3,4; Opening Doy As-
sembly 3,4; Class Assembly 2,3,4;
Doily Breeze 2.




Ann Christine Maocubbin

Manhattan Beach. California

.'September 12, 1936

"Quiet ivoys with a readiness to

work."
Senior Class Secretary; Notionol Honor
Society 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Notiono
Art Honor Society 3,4; Secretory 4;
Ploy Productions 1,3,4; Dromotic Club
1,3,4; Future Teochers of America 3,4;
Rifle Club 3,4; Varsity 4; Girls' Teom
Captain 4; Camera Club 4; President
4; Trodewind 4; Editor 4; Caribbean
4; Photography Editor 4; Basketball I,
3,4; Softball 3,4; Volleyball 3, 4; Fiel I
Hockey 2; Play Productions 1,3,4; Jr.
Sr. Prom 3; Boccalureate ond Com-
mencement 3; Senior Dance; Class As-
semblies 3,4; Debate Club; Drivers'
Training 4, Hall of Fome 4; V^oshing-
ton-Lee High School.




George Platkevich
"Flaky"

Warsaw, Poland
August 26, 1936
"Brains and talent make good

friends."
Class Treasurer 4; Athletic Council 1,
3; Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4; Vice-
president 4; National Honor Society 4;
Play Productions 1,3,4; Dramatic Club
1,3,4; 21 Club 3,4; Comera Club 1;
Band 1,3,4; Orchestro 1,3,4; ROTC 1;
Football 1,3; Basketball 1,3; Softball
1; Senior Dance, Class Assemblies 3,4;
Hall of Fame 4.

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Marv Louise Allen
"Mary Lou"

Viu'on. Canal Zone
September 30. 1936
"A captitnting blond with a weak-
ness for laughter."

National Honor Society 3, 4; Future
Teachers of America 4; ROTC Sponsor
4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Volleyboll 1,
2,3,4; All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,
3,4; All-Stars 1,2,3; Bosketball 1,2,3,4;
All-Stcrs 1,2,3,4; Football Court 4;
Jr -Sr. Prom 3; Opening Day Assembly
? 4; NHS Assembly 3, 4; Holl of Fome
-^ Varsity Club President 4; Camera
Club 1,4; Swimming 1; Referee Club
1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Balboa High School.




Velvia Marie Bringas
"/VappiV"

Colon, R. de P.
May 12, 1936

"Easy-going, loved by all: great
in mind, in stature small."

Athletic Council 4; Quill & Scroll 4;
Future Teachers of America 3,4; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean 4; Pep Club 1; Var-
sity Club 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; All-
Slars 4; Softball 1,2.3,4; All-Stars 4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; All-Stars 4; Cafe-
teria 3; Hall Duty 2; Assemblies 2;
Library 3.





Ezra Atlia
"Zijrr"

Colon, R. de P.

July 6, 1935

"Born lor success, he seems."

Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; 21 Club
1,2,3,4; Vice-president 3; President 4;
Valentine Dance Escort I; Hall of
Fame.



John FTaiiri> Hri'iiiian

(Jri-lol>al. (ianal Zone

Manli 16. 19.36

".'/ friendly manner Itir all around



Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4; Bond 1,2;
ROTC 1,3,4; Softball 1,2; Baskelboll
1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom.





Thomas Anthony Catanzaro
"Tomcat"

Chicago, Illinois

.'September 7, 1936

"Our President. . He is all that's

good and great, he is the master

of his late."
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Homeroom
Representative 1,2; Assistant Treasurer
3; Student Associotion President 4;
Athletic Council 3; Treasurer 3; Junior
Class President, Quill & Scroll 3,4; Ploy
productions 1,2,3,4; Droma Festival 2,
3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Thespions
4; Camera Club 1; ROTC 2,3,4; M/Sgt;
Trodewind 3,4; Editor 3; Doily Breeze
3; Caribbean 3,4; Editor-in-Chief 4;
Cycle Club 3; Treasurer 3; Football 1;
Basketooll 1,2; Softball 1; Varsity
Water Polo 1,3,4; Varsity Swimming
1,2,3,4; Hall Duty 2,3,4; Christmas
Pageant 3; Advertising 1,2,3,4; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3; Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement 3; Class Dance 2,3,4; Open-
mg Day Dance 2,3,4; SA Donee 1,2,3,4;
ROTC Dance 2,3,4; Activities Commit-
tee 2; Program Committee 3,4; Awards
Assembly Committee 2,3; Opening Day
Assembly 2,3,4; Campaign Assembly
2,3,4; FTA Assembly 4; Inaugural As-
sembly 2,3,4; Class Assembly 2,3,4;
Mock Elections 2,3; Stole Chairman 3;
Drivers' Training 4; Runner-Up 4; Hall
of Fame 4; Balboa High School.



Theodore Chin
"Ted"

Colon, R. de P.
December 21, 19.36
"There is more in me than you
understand."

Camera Club 4; ROTC 1,2,3; "C" Club
3,4; Varsity Football 1,2,3,4; Junior
Varsity Basketball I.



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INessini Chilrit

Santiago Veraguas. R. de P.

December 2, 1934

"A personality all his own."

Play productions 2,3,4; Dramatic Club
3,4; Cycle Club 3; Drivers' Training
3; Camera Club 1,4; Orchestra 1,2;
ROTC 1,2,3; Assemblies 2,3,4.




Lawrence Carpenter Cox

"Larry"
Colon. R. de P.
August 27, 1936
"A likeable chap who's wacky wit

never allows for a dull moment."

Student Council 4; Athletic Council 2;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Play pro-
ductions 3,4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4;
Thespians 4; 21 Club 2,3,4; Glee Club
2,4; Bond 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Captain; "C" Club 4; Football
3,4; Track 4; Football Queen's Court
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom; Senior Dance; As-
semblies 1,2,3,4.




Dale Cockle

Colon R. de P.
S,-|)trml),-r 22. 19.36
"Our Battalion Commander adds
joy to all he undertakes."

' .rrid Zone Wizords 3,4; 21 Club
J, 3, 4; Glee Club 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4;
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Lt.
Col; ROTC Donee 4; Opening Doy As-
sembly 4; Debate Club 1.





Robert Joseph Connard
"Bob"

Minneapolis, Minnesota
November 14, 1936
"Figures intrigue him . mathe-
matically speaking, of course."

ROTC 1,2,3; "C" Club 3,4; Vorsity
Football 2,3,4; Track 2.3; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Class Assembly 3.



Kiehard Ross Cunningham
"Dickie"

Panama. R. de P.

.''^.plember 20. 1936

".4 favorite with the guys and

dolls."
Play productions 3; 21 Club 4; ROTC
1,2,3,4; 2nd Lt.; Junior Varsity Foot-
ball 1,2; Varsity 3,4; Track 3; Class
Dance 2,3.4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.




John Delany

(]oion. R. i.le P.

November 17. 1935

"Quiet and shy, but quite a guy."

Glee Club I; ROTC 1,2,3; Assemblies 3.



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Marian Aniiolle DiHriokson
Diddy"

Seattle. Wa^liington

February 19. 1936

"Smooth, and what a mean ri/.s

she cuts."
Student Council 1,3, Athletic Council
4; tvlotional Honor Society 4; Quill &
Scroll 4; Notionol Art Honor Society
1,4; Ploy productions 4; Future Teach-
ers' of Americo 4; Tradewind 4; Edi-
tor 4; Caribbean 4; Pep Club 1; In-
'omural Sports 1,2,3,4; Football
jueen's Court 4; Opening Day Dance
4 Senior Dance; Opening Day Assem-
bly 4; Class Assembly 4; Glendale
High School.







Eugene Joseph Didier
"Topper"

Colon. R. (le P.
October 16, 1936

"A lion among ladies is a most

dreadjul thing."
Student Council 2,4; Representative 2;
Treasurer 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 4;
Play productions 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; 1st
Lt; "C" Club 3,4; Vice-president 4;
Varsity Football 3,4; Junior Varsity
Basketball 2; Varsity 3,4; All-Isthmian
3,4; Hall Duty 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Senior Dance; Closs Treasurer 3; As-
semblies 1,2,3,4.




Sylvia Mac- Diiikgrevc
"fJififc.r"

New Orleans Louisiana

.November 28. 19.36

"Quietness and diligence pervade

her gentle spirit."
Student Council 3,4,- Ploy productions
1,2.3; Comcro Club 4; Secretary-
Treasurer 4; Glee Club 2; Bond 2,3,4;
Orchestra 2; Pep Club 1,2; Basketball
1,2; Softboll 1,2; Volleyball 2,3,4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Comtnencement 3; Class
Donee 1.2,3; Opening Day Assembly
3; Hall of Fome 4.




Earl Anthony Dyer
"ToH.r"

Washington. District of Columbia

February 29, 1936

"Happy is the man who enjoys

life."
Student Council 3; Play productions 1;
Rifle Club I; Glee Club 3; ROTC 1,2;
C" Club 3,4; Football 1; Varsity 2,
3,4; Track 2,3; Hall Duty 1; Commit-
tees 2; Opening Day Assembly 2; Class
Assembly 2.




(.illierl Keith Ferro
Oihby"

( iheyenne. Wyoming

,luly 27, 1934

"Quiet manner with a friendly

air."

Play productions 1,2,3,4; Dramatic
Club 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Glee Club
1; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Varsity Football 1, 2;
Hall Duty 2; Class Assembly 4.




Ernest Wils;>ii Forrest
"Ernie"

Lima, Peru

May 11, 1933

".4 real-gone guy who di
to learn he came to laugh
ROTC 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Class Done
2,4; Class Assembly 2,3,4; Vorsi"
Football 2.



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Marie Janet Fraser
"Micfc".v"

Colon, R. df P.
Septpmber 20. 1936
"Full of rhatler. In// oi pep: good
ideas, tliat's Aer rep."

National Art Honor Society 4; Ploy
Productions 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 3,
4; Camera Club 4; Glee Club 2,3;
Trodewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Var-
sity Club 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,
2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,
2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Swimming 3;
Treasurer, Varsity Club 4; Volleyboll
All-Stars 4; Softboll All-Stars 4; Bask-
etball All-Stars 1,2; Assemblies 1,2,
3,4; Driving Course 4; Brawl Coach 3;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Triple "C" Club 3;
Baccolaureote and Commencement 3;
Assemblies Dances 1,2,3,4.




Alice Joan Hannigan

Colon, R. de P.
May 30, 1936

"T/ie devi/ ivit/iin, the devil with-
out: site's an Irish lass ivithout
a doubt."
Notional Honor Society 4; Treasurer
4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 2,4; Bond
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Club 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,
4; Softboll 1.2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball All-Stars
1,2,3.4; Volleyball All-Stars 1,2.3,4;
Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Commit-
tees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4.




(iarol Ann (eorge

Easlon, Pi-nnsylvania
June 1, 19.36

".4 home-loving gal with lots of
pep."

F.T.A, 3,4; Dromatic Club 1; Rifle Club
I; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Volley-
boll 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soft-
ball 1,2,3,4; Library Assistant 2; Hall
Duty 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom; Dances 2, 4; As-
semblies 2,3,4; Office Assistant 4;
Driving Class.




Donna Elizabeth Geyer
"Don"

Rt>ading, Pfnnsylvania

May 9, 19,36

"A gav h/onde who gets a B.4NG

out of life."
Ploy Productions 1,2,3,4; "Swing Fev-
er," "Antic Spring" 4; Dramotic Club
1,2,3,4; F.T.A. Treasurer 3, Parliamen-
torion, 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity
1,2,3,4; Girls Teom, 3,4; Executive Of-
ficer, 4; Camera Club 4; Band 1,2,3,
4; Orchestra 1,2; Trodewind 4, Editor
4; Caribbean Staff 4, Art Editor 4;
Pep Club 1,4; Intramural Sports 1,4;
Softball 1,4; Basketball 1; Volleyball
1; Committees 2,3,4; Jr,-Sr. Prom 3;
Commencement and Baccalaureate 3;
Assemblies 2,3,4; Driving Course 4.




John Neal Hatgi
"Hatch"

.Salonika, Cireecp
N'ovfinlxT 2, 1934
"A swe/l guy, whose name is al-
ways seen on the C.H.S. line-
up."
Athletic Council I; Torrid Zone Wizards
4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2;
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4;
Intromurol Sports 1,2,3; Boseboll 1,2,
3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4; All Isthmian Baseball 2,
3,4; Basketball 4; Committees 1,2,3,4;
Assemblies 1,2,3,4.




John D. Hayes
"Big John"

Lfxington, Kentucky

June 11. 1936

'\4 quiet chap ti// you get to know

him and then c/ear the decks jor

action."
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 4; Trock
4; Football 3,4; Basketball 3,4; All
Isthmian Basketball 4; Member of
Court 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dances 2,4;
Assemblies 3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Cycle
Club 3.



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Jiitlith Hcnriquez
Judy"

Colon. R. de P.
May 24, 1937
"Small, dainty .
lovely."






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Athletic Council 4;
4; Dramatic Club 4;



Play Productions
Jamboree Queen



4; Member of Court 4; Holl of Fame 4.



Anita Hepburn

Colon. R. (le P.
September 27. 1934
"A gay little lass with a per-
sonality all her own."
Class Dances 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Office
Assistant 4.



Joan Millicent Uolgers-on
^'Oogie"

San Andres. Colombia
January 1, 1936

"An irreplaceable part in the
C.H.S. machine."

Student Council 1,2,3; Athletic Council
2; Ploy Productions 1,2,3,4; Dramatic
Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Camera Club
4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Trodewind 4;
CariDbeon Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3;
Intromurol Sports 1,2,3,4; Softball I,
2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Assemblies 2,3,4; J.C.




Thomas Edward Hughes
"T'ofiifiiy"

.\ncon. Canal Zone
September 13, 1934
".4 likeable guy ivith baseball in
his blood."

Bond I; Orchestra 1; R.O.T.C. 1,3;
"C" Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4;
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Hall
Duty 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies 2;
All Isthmian Baseball 1,2,3.





l{ollTl Hodges

Boh"

Piinbrake, Georgia

S.pti-mher 8. 19.36

".Somebody has to take it easy, so

it might as well be me."
Rifle Club 1,2; Band 1,2; Orchestra
1,2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 4;
Intramural Sports 1,2; Football 2,3,4;
Basketball 3; Track 3; Hall Duty 1,2,
3,4; Committees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies
1.2,3; Bowling 2,3,4; Cycle Club 3.




Jilnia Lara

Colon. R. de P.

.September 29. 1934

"Sincere and ahvays kind, a nicer

girl is hard to find."
National Art Honor Society 3,4; Play
Productions 2,3; Intramural Sports 1,
2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Softball 2,3;
Cafeteria Assistant 1; Committee 1,2,
3,4; Assemblies 3,4; Office Assistant 4.



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Maurice Leon, Jr.
'Vu-lii"

Colon. R. lie P.

July 8, 1934

"Romeo hep-cat on the quiet

side."
RO.T.C. 3,4; "C" Club 3,4; Baseball 4.





(Charles S. Lessard
"i'Jiarlir"

Panama Citx. K. dc P.
January 21. 1936

"A happy jelloiv with a devil-
may-care kind oj grin."

Student Council 4; Athletic Council I;
Nationol Honor Society 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 1,2,3,4; 21 Club 1,2; R.O.T.C.
1,2,3,4; "C" club 4; Intramural Sports
1,2; Basketboll 1,2,3,4; Committees 4.




.\urira Pearl l.ini
"Bootsie"

Puerto Arniuelh>. K, ile P.

April .5, 1936

'\4 true sport and a truer friend

. . our Aurora."
Quill and Scroll 4; Play Productions 2,
3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3; Glee Club 1;
Trodewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 2,3,4; Vorsity Club 2,3,4; Intra-
mural Sports 1,2,3,4; All-Stars 1,2,3,4;
Cafeteria Assistant 3; Committees 2,
3; Assemblies 2,3; Runner-Up Hall of
Fame.



Sylvia Mann

Colon. R. de P.
December 6. 1936
"Talented Sylvia is the power be-
hind the scenes."
Notional Art Honor Society 3,4; Treas-
urer 4; F.T.A. 3,4; tntramurol Sports
1,3,4; Softball 1,3,4; Volleyball 3,4;
Basketball 1,3,4; Class Dances 3,4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies 3,4; Driv-
ing Course 4.




Diane McLaren

Quincy. Massachusetts
May 19, 1936

"Always there to lend a hand,
w hen the s i t u a t i o n m a y
demand."
Nationol Art Honor Society 1,2,3,4;
President 4; Ploy Productions 2; Dro-
motic Club 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Intramural
Sports 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Bas-
ketball 1,2,3; Library Assistant 2; Com-
mittees 2,3,4; Dances 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr.
" m 3; Assemblies 3,4; Closs Secre-
3.




Sheila Ann McNaniee
"S/ie"

Reading, Pennsylvania
Xn, ember 22, 1936
Isking nothing, revealing
naught, but minting her words
from a fund of thought."
Student Council 2; Ploy Productions
1,2,3,4; "Gromercy Ghost" 3; "Good-
bye My Fancy" 3; "Years Ago" 4; Dro-
motic Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-president 4;
Thespians 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Rifle Club
1,2; Trodewind 4, Editor; Caribbean
Staff 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Intramural
Sports 1,2,3,4; Volleyboll 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball All-Stars 4; Swimming 2;
Basketball All-Stars 3,4; Softboll All-
Stars 3; Library Assistant 1; Commit-
tees 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Boccolour-
eate and Commencement 3; Assem-
blies; Closs, Visitation Day, Opening
Day 1,2,3,4; Class President I; Class
Vice-president 3.



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Urtioj- Rankin Newhard
"Brooger"

Ancon. Canal Zone

August 13. 1936

"Blest ivith temper ivhose un-
clouded ray can make tomorrow
as cheerful as today."

21 Club 4; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; "C" Club

3,4; Baseball 3,4; Football 3; Jr.-Sr.

Prom 3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4.






Mercedes Peterson

C.ilon. R. ci.. P.
\liril 23, 1936
"Small package of T.N.T. .

Trim, neat, 'n terrific."
Play Productions 1; "Mother Wos A
Fresiimon"; Dramatic Club 2,3; Cam-
era Club 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Cheer-
leader 1,2,3,4; Pep Club I; Varsity
Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Intramural
Sports 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Soft-
ball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball All-Stars 3; Volleyball All-Stars
2,3; Member of Court 4; Committees
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Baccalaureate and
Commencement 3; Assemblies 2,3; Hall
of Fame 4; Triple "C" Club 3.



.Iiidilh Maria Ramirex
"Judy"

Colon, R.
February H, 1936

"A tireless worker the whole day

long, her life is in tune like a

joyful song."
Dromotic Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Camera
Club 4; Glee Club 2; Tradewind 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Club 4; Intramural Sports 1,
2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,
2,3,4; Bosketball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
All-Stars 2,4; Volleyball All-Stars 4;
Librory Assistant 2; Cafeteria Assist-
ant 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies 2,
3,4; Office Assistont 4; Driving Course
4.



Ralph Joseph Reccia

Bronx. New York

November 12. 1936

"Ifhoever invented tvork should

have finished it," says our

friendly Ralph.
Glee Club 3; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; "C" Club
3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Member of Court
4; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Brawl Coach
4.




Billy Joe Roberson
"Jody"

Sylacauga. Alabama

February 3, 1934

"A lot of masculinity, adored by

femininity."
Student Council 4; R.O.T.C. 2; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; "C" Club
3,4; President 4; Football 2,3,4; Basket-
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Member of
Court 4; Assemblies 3,4.




John Robert Robin^-on
"Rohie"

Orlando. Florida

February 3. 1935

"Mechanical minded, Johnny be-
lieves that study should not
interfere with education."

Glee Club 1,2; Bond 1,2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,

3,4; Intramural Sports 1; Football 2,

3; Mob 2,3,4.



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Electra IVIarta Romania
"E. L. E."

Colon. R. il^ P.

May 24. 1936

"ITe have our oivn way of spelling

friendliness . Electra .

rare gift of gab."
Student Council I; Glee Club 1,2,3;
Tradewrnd 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Class Committees 2; Class Assembly
2,3.




Hriice Gordon Sanders, III
".Saiirfr"

ggggp^n^ Colon, R. de P.
^iHI September 28. 1936



'tahe-it-easy'



"Handsome, with
way about him."

Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1; Band 1;
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; Intramural Sports,
Football 1; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3;
Hall Duty 1,2,3; Assemblies 1,2; Cycle
Club 3.





Kenneth Ro^icoe

Boston, Mass.

July 12, 1936

"He grins from ear to ear
In the most disturbing fashion :
He laughs a lot and jokes a lot
But for work he has no passion."

Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1,3,4; R.O.T.C.

1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2, Softball

1,2; Football 1,2; Football 2; Track 4;

Hall Duty 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees

3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Cycle Club 3.



Idalia Maria Saniudio
^'Bnntty*'

David. R. de P.

September 6. 1935

"Sweet shyness with a friendly

smile for all."
Glee Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,4; Volley-
ball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Cafeteria 3;
Class Assembly 3; Spanish Club 2;
Office 4.




Rosa Santos
"Giggles"

Panama, R. de P.
January 5. 1936

"Small, siceet, and neat the type
ive call petite."

D.'omatic Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Glee
Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Library
Assistant 2; Cafeteria Assistant 3; Hall
Duty 2; Assemblies 2,3,4; Office
Assistant.




Richard Sasso
'RicAiV

Colon, R. de P.
November 7. 1934
"When that boy makes with the
feet, he is definitely All Reet!"'
Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,4; Glee Club
2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 3,4;
Baseball 2,3,4; Footboll 2,3,4; All-
Isthmian Baseball 3; Member of Court
4; Committees 4.




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Isabel Ainalia Serveiili
Pitzi"

Rome, Italy

June 2-1. 1935

"Bubbling pep and person

plus pulchritude person

Pitzi."

Play Productions 1; Glee Clu
Trodewind 4; Caribbean Stoff 4
Club 1,2; Library Assistant 1 ;
Assembly 3; Office Practice 4,



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Pep

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Carlenc Ann Taber

A neon. Canal Zone
December 13, 1936
"A friendly gal who's a sensation

on the gym jloor."
Play Productions 4; Future Teocfiers of
America 3,4; Historian 4; Camera Club
4; Vice-president 4; Trodewind 4; Ex-
change Editor 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Pep Club 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; In-
tramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,
2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,
3,4; All-Stars Volleyball 1,3,4; Basket-
boll 3,4; Softball 3,4; Library Assistant
2; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Com-
mencement and Baccalaureate 3; Junior
and Senior Prom 3; Class Assemblies
2,3,4; Drivers Club 4.




\larieha Tagaropulos
Pnga"

Crilon. K. ,]> I'.

.fiily 19. 1936

"Terrijicully talented uilh a

bright smile to top it ojj."
Student Council 4; S. A. Secretary 4;
Athletic Council 3; National Honor So-
ciety 3,4; President 4; Play Produc-
tions 1,2,3,4; Swing Fever 4; Droma
Festival 2,3,4; Dromotic Club 2,3,4;
Thespians 4; Future Teachers of Amer-
ica 2,3,4; Historian 3; Song Leader 4;
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4;
Inlramurol Sports 1,2,3,4; Volleyboll
2,3,4; Softboll 3,4; Basketball 1,3,4;
All-Stars Volleyball 3; Library Assist-

:nT 2; Committees Farewell Bawl 3;

Junior and Senior Prom 3; Commence-
ment and Baccalaureate 3; Class As-
semblies 2,3,4; Opening Doy Assem-
bly 2,4; Hall of Fame 4.




Carl Thaddeus Tuttle

Newton. Kansas
October 29, 1934
"Strong silent type with a big

grin."
Bond 1,2; ROTC 1,2; "C" Club 1,2,3,
4; Intramural Sports Footboll 1; Soft-
boll 1,2; Varsity Sports Football 1,2,
3,4; Baseball 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Assem-
blies 1; Mob 3,4.




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Carlene Ruth Tutlle

Newton. Kansas
June 19, 1936

"Accent on a gracious manner
and a sweet disposition."

Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intra-
mural Sports Softball 1; Volleyball 1,
2, 4; Cafeteria Assistant 3; Class As-
sembly 1; Office Practice 4.




Etida IVlarilvn llllri.h
"Ed-

Colon. R. (le P,
.Seiilember S. 1935
"Happy-go-lucky Edda . jorm-

ula lor fireworks."
Trodewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1; Cofteria Assistant 3; Hall Duty
1; Committees 4; Class Assemblies 3,4;
Office Practice 4.



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Arleiie Vaiulergrift
^'Bullerbair'

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania

March 15. 1936

"A lithesome young miss with a

captivating personality and a

friendly charm."
Future Teachers of America 3,4; Sec-
retory 3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3;
Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Junior and
Senior Prom 3; Commencement and
Baccalaureate 3; Class Assemblies 2,
3,4; Future Teachers of America As-
semblies 3,4; Usherette 3,4; Drivers
Club 4.




Al.xi^ Vilii Jr.

"Chilo" "I'anrho Vanilla"

Panama (aty, R. i\<- I'.
May 26, 193.S

"f Science)- plus (Brains) pins
(Friendliness)-' equal Alexis."

icitional Art Honor Society 3,4; Vice-
president 4; Torrid Zone VVizords 2,3,
4; President 4; Play Productions 1,2,
3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Vice-president 3,
4; 21 Club 2,3,4; Secretary 2; Vice-
president 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Presi-
dent 3; Camera Club 4; Bond 1,2,4;
Orchestra 2; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Maior;
Dance Committees ROTC, Senior, Jun-
ior and Senior Prom; Class Assemblies
4; Debate Club 1; Hall of Fame 4.




Rosalie Ann Young
Ro"

Panama City, R. d.- I'.
August 19, 1936

"A refreshing air of unconcern
and a friendly hello for all.

Comero Club 4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Var-
sity Club 4; intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4; All-Stars Volleyboll
4; Basketball 4; Softball 4; Junior and
Senior Prom 3.



(Not Pictured)



Roclolfo T. Smith
"Rurfv"

Colon, R. de P.
August 15, 1936
"A likeable lad, quiet and
Mannerly."

Rifle Club 2; Camera Club 4; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Varsity Sports 3,4.



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We, the graduating class of 1954, being of questionable minds and using no
judgment whatever, do hereby bequeath and bestow to the proletariat, these, our
most treasured possessions, in this, our last will and testament.



Allen, Mary Lou her carefree manner to all moody juniors.
Bringas, Velvia her gym suit to Alice Chambers
Didrickson, Marian her dancing feet to Louise Edmonson

Dignam, Kathryn the trials, tribulations and joys of the senior class to next year's president
Dinkgreve, Sylvia her place on the "A" Honor Roll to Elaine Sievers
Fraser, Marie her brother Andy
George, Carol the high school to her brother
Geyer, Donna her shooting eye to Billie Gibson
Honnigan, Alice her piccolo to Kathleen Cox

Henriquez, Judy her Jamboree crown to the luckiest girl in the junior class
Hepburn, Anita her glasses to anyone who likes to squint

Hickey, Barbara her football queen crown to any lucky up-and-coming senior
Holgerson, Joan her "my mother" to next year's "my father"

tLora, Jilma her Cadillac to Bill Droste
Lim, Aurora- her Crackerjack diamond ring to Peggy Roddy

Moccubbin, Ann her flashbulbs that didn't go off to any deserving (?) camera fiend.
Monn, Sylvia her place at the quiet senior lunch table to future occupants
McLaren, Diane her sun glasses for gym class to Pot Roddy

VMcNamee, Sheila her knack for composing new sayings to Louise Tate
Peterson, Mercedes her ROTC uniform to her sister Shirley
Ramirez, Judy ad collecting to any calloused future journalist
Rosania, Electro- her red fore-lock to all those who try H^O^
Somudio, Idolia- her office work to Avril Murray

S Santos, Rosa her long earrings to anyone who con support them

Serventi, Isabel her ability to drive to some poor unsuspecting soul
Taber, Corlene- her lough to anyone who has nerve enough to use it
Togaropulos, Maricho her musicol fingers to her cousin Cookie
Tuttle, Corlene- her typing ability to Betty Smith
Ullrich, Edda her quiet ways to Alice Prudence Lim
Vandergrift, Arlene her load of books to Diane Scheidegg
Young, Rosalie her charming personality to Esther Reynolds



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Attio, Ezra his trigonometry problems to ?????
Brennan, John his terrific typing speed to his sister Joan
Catonzaro, Thomas his CHS spirit to the juniors

Chin, Theodore The American Institutions das? to oil work-loving juniors
Chitrit, Nessim his physique to Diego Alforo
Cockle, Dole his West Point appointment to Victor Fisher
Cox, Lawrence his motor scooter exhaust to Don Smith
Cunningham, Richard his polka routine to Joel Storch
Deloney, John his periodical visit to the office to George Harris
Didier, Eugene his eose to bluff teachers to Gene McGoughy
Dyer, Earl his "JD" mob to Murray Corrigan
Ferro, Gilbert his stiff ROTC uniform to Joe Lowe
Forrest, Ernesto his driving ability and police record to Tony Noboa
f Hotgi, John his shortstop position to Louie Tober

* Hayes, John his middle name to Dudley Smith

Hodges, Robert his charming way with Miss Liter to Mike Letchko
Hughes, Thomas his pitching mound to anyone who con stand on it
Leon, Maurice his place on the bench to Koiser Bazan
Lessord, Charles leaves Miss Liter and CHS
C Newhord, Bruce his famous hot temper to Mike Morrison

"^ Platkevich, George his magic violin to Pat Maedl

Reccio, Ralph his Brooklyn accent to all rebels

Roberson, Billy Joe his JC sports personality to any lucky basketball player
Robinson, John his three o'clock smoke to Lee Cotton

Roscoe, Kenneth his six yeors' worth of uncompleted homework to Bill Price
Sasso, Richord his dancing technique to Roland Lees
Smith, Rudy his mustache to Rupert Chin
Tuttle, Carl his well-known conceit to Stan (the mam Smith
Vila, Alexis his place in the honor society to anyone who can hold the torch



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So it is, with the fondest of memories and many smiles we leave, convinced that we
were most fortunate to be members of the immortal Class of 1954.



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"Che m i^all of fame Mr. and Miss ^M.^.




KAY DIGNAM
TOM CATANZARO



^"They hold thf winning hand'"



j-ricndlicst



MA/fAycj mrcf*/ '^UJLea^




^""Tlwy make everyone's game gay'



jr^ujt..^ ''Auo^:



ANN MACCUBBIN
LARRY COX



Most Cikclu to Succeed








s.



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BARBARA HICKEY
ALEXIS VILA



'They play their cards just right^'



most i:alcnttd




^ Jacks of all trades''



I'll'i'' 'iu-'^



MARICHA TAGAROPULOS
GEORGE PLATKEVICH



Wlost Studious




^Concentration and study prevails
in their every game ..."



SYLVIA DINKGREVE
EZRA ATTIA



most athletic J^




"Tliey are the experts in any game'



MARY LOU ALLEN
TOMMY HUGHES



Best Banccrs




MARIAN DIDRICKSON
RICHARD SASSO



^'They really can cut up the cards'"



Best Brcsscd

1/




'They add the class to the deck''



MERCEDES PETERSON
MAURICE LEON



Best Cooking




^The sharpest-looking cards in the deck



JUDY HENRIQUEZ
JODY ROBERSON




ORUCE







Most Likely to Succeed
Dale Cockle & Maricha Tagaropulos



WINNIRS



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ALlCEj^J



Most Athletic
Bill Roberson & Alice Hannigan



A^osf Studious
Maricha Tagaropulos & Alexis Vila



Best Dancers
John Hatgi & Aurora Lim




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ALtXIS




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II THE CAKi>S"

CLASS PROPHECY



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As the tent grew dark and the lone candle played
its weird light on the lined, aged face of an old
fortune teller, Sam Senior waited for the answer to
his question. "What's in the future for the class of
'54? Will we succeed?" The old woman picked up a
deck of dirty worn cords and began dealing them
out on the sticky linoleum table top. Her wrinkled
hands moved deftly as an obscure look shadowed
her face with mystery. Sam watched the faded cards
and then, looking up, saw that the parched lips were
beginning to move.

"In the cards I see a very fine future for your
class. It will be a credit to the world. Ach, yes, a
credit! So much fame, so much distinction, so much
renown. First I see Kay Dignam running for the
President of the United States, and aha! that famous
speaker, her campaign manager, Ralph Reccia, is
predicting a landslide. It is rumored, through Rosalie
Young, the President of Panama's secretary, that the
first lady of Panama, the former Electro Rosonio, is
going to invite her to come to Panama on a good-will
tour. That famed pilot, Maurice Leon, has already
offered his service to fly the next president to Pan-
ama, and everything seems to be a certainty.

"And I see more great things. Things that have
never happened before. What's this, a yellow
streak? No, it is Charles Lessard completing his
much-publicized jet trip to the moon. And Bruce New-
hard, following in Clyde Beatty's shoes, has gone far
into the depths of the Brazilian jungle, exhibiting
courage beyond the call of duty. Then I see Miss
Velvio Bringos, after much dispute, has finally won
out to become the first woman editor of the New
York Times.

"Richard Cunningham is now a rear admiral in
the Navy and is trying to change, at the request of
his motes, Alan Aloma and John Robinson, the sched-
ules to a four month enlistment at any place the
person wishes to be assigned with a three month
vacation. This, he says, is guaranteed to bring them
in. Dale Cockle, the Chief of the Army, is trying
to help pass this bill in Congress, with Congressman
Tom Catanzoro, the famed debotor, being its guiding
light on the Senate floor.

"In Europe, many of your stars are performing.
The race of the ages is against that speed-demon on
the motorcycle. Bob Connard, and that whiz on
wheels, Isabel Serventi. At all the famous night spots
all over Europe, we see the billboards advertising that
versatile dancing team of Marian Didrickson and



Donna Geyer. In Spain it seems that doctor Alexis
Vila has recruited some excellent American nurses
to work in his new hospital, which is financed by that
poor-little-rich-boy, Ted Chin. These nurses are
Sylvia Dinkgreve, Carlene Taber, Arlene Vander-
grift, and Diane McLaren.

"Many of your people seem to have business in
New York," the old woman continued. "In the head-
lines I see the famous cose of John Delany vs. Carl
Tuttle with the brilliant criminal lawyer, Tony Dyer,
defending Mr. Delany. The arresting cop was "Eagle
Eye" Forrest. Also the news is concerned with the
excellent performances at Carnegie Hall. Seems like
George Platkevich on the violin and Maricha Tagaro-
pulos at the piano are taking New York by storm.

"In the romantic side I see quite a few of your
girls have gotten married. Carol George has settled
down and Aurora Lim went to Venezuela to hook her
millionaire. Mercedes Peterson also had millionaires
on her mind when she went to Texas to get herself
an oilman. And oh, my, I see that Edda Ulrich was
just voted mother-of-the-yeor for taking such good
core of her twelve kids. Judy Henriquez has become
quite the famous horsewoman and her noted dude
ranch is the center of many social activities.

"As I look closer at the cords I see that the sports
world is going to hove many boys from your class
competing in it. Topper Didier is the playing coach
of the Minneapolis Lakers. Jody Roberson is the Ail-
American football star. Tommy Hughes is still nurs-
ing his hand from a handshaking session after Ladies'
Day at the New York Stadium. And in the 1956
Olympics, I see John Hayes dominating the basket-
ball floor.

"Ann Moccubbin has followed in Oveto Culp
Hobby's footsteps and has Mary Lou Allen as her
special assistant. Marie Froser and Sylvia Mann are
the famous dress designers in Judy Ramirez's exclu-
sive dress shop in Hollywood. Rosa Santos was the
interior decorator of the shop and I see that she has
done an excellent job. Ach, yes, an excellent job.
Anita Hepburn is now writing a sequel to Rip Von
Winkle and Jilmo Lara is the founder of the new
Puerto Ricon Republic. Carlene Tuttle is the rotating
secretary of such famous engineers as Robert Hodges,
Ezra Attio, and Jack Brennan. Richard Sasso is taking
core of dogs and cats and also Bobs Hickey, who is
the veterinarian's private nurse.

"Featured in Alice Hannigan's all-girl bond is the
golden-throat girl, Joan Holgerson. Idalia Samudio
is a hard-working teacher of home economics. Larry
Cox is a lonely forest ranger in North Dakota. I see
that his girl turned him down. Rudy Smith and Gil-
bert Ferro ore a famous frogman team and John
Hatgi is seen ardently pulling teeth.

"I see Sheila McNamee, the world traveler, sailing
into New York harbor aboard the S. S. Mob which
is piloted by Ken Roscoe, and Bruce Sanders is the
unfailing, brave captain."

Slowly the old woman laid down her cords; then
looking up again, she concluded the interview. "Yes,
Sam Senior, I see great things for your class. Ach,
I know, for it is in the cards and the cards never lie!"



BABY PICS (opposite page) 1. Carl Tuttle, 2. Etta Ullrch, 3. Tom Hughes, 4. Ann Moccubbin, 5. Aurora Lint, 6. Idolia Samuciio, 7. Corlene Tuttle, 8. Ralph
Reccia, 9. Sylvio Dinkgreve, 10. Bruce NewharcJ, 11. Mary Lou Allen, 12. Sheila McNamee, 13. Velvio Bringos, 14. Donna Geyer, 15. John Hotgi, 16.
Joan Holgerson, 17. Nessim Chitrit, 18. George Plotkevitch, 19. Carlene Taber, 20. Barbara Hickey, 21. Mercedes Peterson, 22. Kay Dignam, 23. Jack
Brennan, 24. Jody Ramirez, 25. Charles Lessard, 26. Diane McLaren, 27. Gilbert Ferro, 28. John Hayes, 29. Maricha Togaropulos, 30. Dick Cunningham,
31. Tom Cotonzaro, 32. Rosalie Young, 33. Rosa Santos, 34. Sylvia Mann, 3 5. Marie Fraser.




ALICE CHAMBERS
Secretary




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QUEENS

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MALCOLM STONE
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MURRAY CORRIGAN

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Page 45



STUDENT ASSOCIATION




One purpose of the STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION is to promote
unity among the students.

This vital organization has for its members nearly all the
student body which elects a Student Council consisting of four
officers and a representative from each homeroom. The Assistant
Treasurer is appointed.

Officers for 1953-1954 were Tom Cotonzaro (president, first
semester), Diane Scheidegg (vice president, first semester, and
president, second semester), Moricha Togoropulos (secretary). Top-
per Didier (treasurer), and Alice Chambers (assistant treasurer).
Carol Newhord was e'ected vice president for the second semester.
Mr. Jacques Cook served as sponsor.

Through the purchase of membership tickets, the students re-
ceive the "Trade Wind," CARIBBEAN, and admission to all school
dances, plays and athletic contests. All the awards sports, dra-
matics, music are provided for by the SA.



STUDENT COUNCIL



Front row (left to right : Tom Catanzaro, Diane Scheidegg, Moricha Togoropulos, Topper DicJier, oncJ Alice Chambers; Second row
(left to righti: Jock Dougon, Stan Smith, Bob Williford, Kaiser Bozan, Carol Newhord, Sylvia Dinkgreve, Pot Moedl, Larry Cox,
Charles Lessord, Donna Humphrey, and Sandra Keone. insert: Mr. Jocques Cook, sponsor.



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alternates elected by each homeroom, and the Vice Presi-
dent and Assistant Treasurer of the SA. The Council is in
charge of the gate at all sport events in which CHS par-
ticipates.

This year's officers were Diane Scheidegg, President,
and Alice Chambers, Treasurer. The sponsor was Mr.
Eugene Gregg.



ATHLETIC COUNCIL




Front row (left to right: Diane Delany, Diane Scheidegg, Judy Henriquez, Jean Janko, Velvia Bringos. Second row lleft to right):
John Coffey, Madelon Garrett, Alice Chambers, Sandra Motto, Pot Kelly, Ernie Rodriquez. Insert: Mr. Eugene Gregg, sponsor.





Quill and Scroll

Quill and Scroll is an
honor society which recog-
nizes outstanding high
school journalists. In or-
der to become a member
a student must be in the
upper half of his class, and
have done superior jour-
nalistic work.

Pictured left to right
ore: 1st row: Aurora Lim.
2nd row: Tom Catanzaro,
Velvia Bringas, Marian
DIdrickson, Ann Maccub-
bin, and Mr. Carl Serger,
sponsor.



National Honor Society

The Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor
Society, sponsored by Miss Jeanne Brown, requires
its members to be outstanding in Character, Scholar-
ship, Leadership, and Service. The members ore:
Maricha Tagaropulos, president, Alexis Vila, vice
president, Barbara Hickey, secretary, Alice Hannigan,
treasurer, Mary Lou Allen, Charles Lessard, Marian
Didrickson, Ann Maccubbin, George Platkevich, Carol
Newhard, Diane Scheidegg and Don Smith.




National Art

Honor

Society

Many events contributed to
a full and profitable year for
all NAHS members a field
trip, two luncheons, and ex-
hibits and the initiation of
new members. If was organ-
ized by Miss Mary Worrell in
1943. Mr. Jarvis succeeded
Miss Worrell as sponsor upon
her retirement.



Pictured left to right are: 1st row Ann Maccubbm, secretary, Diane McLaren, president; Sylvia
Mann, treasurer. 2nd row; Marian Didriclcson, Marie Fraser, Margaret Leigh, Andrea Armstrong.
3rd row: John Stevens, Polly Pincus, Sally Morlond, Bernadette Lees, Doris Pabon.

The Torrid Zone Wizards was organized in 1942 by Mr. Carl Maedl.
All members must have a good scholastic standing and have taken an
active interest in science classes.



Torrid Zone
Wizards




1st row: Felipe Garcia, Rupert Chin, Tom Gibson, Alexis Vila, president, George Plafkevich, vice president, Ezra Attic. 2nd row: Mr.
Pfau, sponsor, Andy Blakely, Jack Brennan, Bobs Hickey, Diane Scheidegg, secretary, Merilyn Chan, Charles Lessard, John Hatgi, Richard
Sasso. 3rd row; Alice Chambers, Danny George, Stan Smith, Topper Didier, Larry Cox, Don Smith.



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Organized in 1944 to stimulate interest in the
theatrical arts, the Dramatics Club has become one
of the most active clubs in Cristobal High. With the
support of this club the dramatic productions this
year were most successful.

One of the greatest honors a member of the
Dramatics Club can receive is membership to the
National Thespian Society. To be eligible for Thes-
pian membership a student must earn ten points on
some phase of dramatics throughout the school year.












Page 51




Front row: A. Hannigan, A. Rosado, C. Houser, P. Pincus, J. Cookson, V. Bringas, R. Santos, M. Chan and Maricha Togaropulos.
2nd row: A. Vandergrift, V. Dignom, J. Ramirez, S. Rosello, A. Maccubbm, M. Fernandez, M. L. Allen, and M. Didrickson. 3rd row:
C. Tober, D. Hannigan, S. McNamee, Miss Anderson, D. McLaren, L. Bailey, D. Geyer, and C. George. This year's officers were: Alice
Hannigan, president, Carol Newhord, vice president, and Leolio Bailey, secretary.



F. r. A.



The Future Teachers of America, under the sponsorship of Miss Adamary Anderson,
is a club in which the members make an effort to become acquainted with fundamentals
of the teaching profession.



The "21" Club consists of twenty-one members, each representing one of the
twenty-one Latin American Republics, Each member is assigned a Latin American coun-
try about which to seek information and to write an essay of 800 to 1,500 words.

Meetings ore held on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Guest speakers
are invited from time to time to talk on various Latin American Republics.

The aim of the "21" Club is to advance Pan-americanism. The club is sponsored by
the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club.



21 CLUB




L' 1 J ro//: Robert Taylor, Ezra Attia, Demetrio Tagorcpulos, Anthony Noboc, Alexis Vila, Barry Davison, George Mercier.

'/tddle row: Kaiser Bozon, Lorry Cox, George Gerchow, Dario Gonzalez, William Stevens, George Plokevich, Felipe Garcia, Mr. James
Stearns, sponsor. Back row: Lomoine Werlein, Dale Cockle, John Albright, Dick Cunningham, Bruce Newhord.



Page 52




CRISTOBAL JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB



The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club, probably the largest club in CHS, has
a membership of sixty-three, thirty-five of which are really active. There
are plenty of rifle matches during the year, giving lots of opportunities for
winning medals and other awards. The officers for this year are Johnny
Hatgi, President; Johnny Albright, Vice-President; Diane Scheidegg, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, and Donna Geyer, Executive Officer.




THE VARSITY



THE GIRLS' RIFLE TEAM





The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club Var-
sity is composed of the ten top shooters
of the club. Last year, teams from the
Varsity beat every rifle team on both
sides of the isthmus, coming in first in
the Gallery League. They also placed
fifth in the nation in the U. S. Postal
Matches.

The "Annie Oakleys" of the club
have really been shooting it up and
can give any team keen competition.
These gals also placed with the top
shooters of the nation.



Donna Geyer and Johnny Hatgi both have
won the Distinguished Rifleman Medal. This
Medal is the highest award in Junior shooting.



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R. 0. T. C.



Top rating on Field Night was the highlight of the
ROTC year. Other successful events included the
"Battalion Review," an informal dance held early in
January, and the Awards Ball at the Coco Solo Of-
ficers' Club.

Since 1950, the first year of the Cristobal High
School Reserve Officers' Training Corps, the Corps
has steadily improved, in both appearance and
knowledge. The reviews this year were of an un-
usually high calibre; the most important being in
honor of Major General L. J. Whitlock, Commanding
U. 5. Army Caribbean, who arrived by helicopter.



The Rifle Team, sponsored by Sgt. Lewis Segal,
and Usher Squads were two successful functions in
which the boys gave freely of their time; resulting
in the student body's having greater pride in the Unit.

Captain Lober was a vital factor in the better-
ment of the Corps. It was through his time, knowl-
edge, and ability that the cadets put forth their best
efforts. The Sergeants "Scotty" Mclnnes, Lewis Se-
gal, and Robert Robinson also displayed spirit and
willingness to add to the prestige of the ROTC and
to Cristobal High School.












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Focus . shutter speed . light-
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items were covered by the Camera
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Various styles of cameras were
made available to club members
free of cost.



Members are; 1st row: Corlene Taber, vice president; Ann Maccubbin, president; Sylvia
OInkgreve, secretary-treasurer (not pictured). 2nd row: Jack Dougan, Alexis Vila,
Bootsie Levis. 3rd row: Donna Geyer, Leolio Bailey, Marie Fraser, Kay Dignam, Frank
Alberag. 4th row; Virginia Chan, Marilyn Chan, Ester Reynolds, Diane Scheidegg,
Dennis White. 5th row: Felipe Garcia, Ted Chin, Eduardo Vila, Rupert Chin.



LIBRARY



Pictured left to right are; Antonietta Capi-
tani, Sally Bigelow and Diana Brittel who
help Miss Brown (seoted), librarian, keep
our up-to-date, well-stocked library in per-
fect order.




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The CHS Band has given us enjoyable
music at many of our school activities.

This year, for the first time, the CHS and
the BHS bands got together and gave com-
bined concerts at both Cristobal and Balboa.
The also played at the dedication of the
Goethals' Memorial.

The bonds played under the joint direc-
tion of Mr. Victor Herr of BHS and Mr. O. E.
Jorstad of CHS.




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C. H. 5. GlfE ClUS




Could you imagine CHS without music?
Certainly not, for music has become part of
the spirit of our school. Assemblies, Pro-
grams, Games, Holidays, Graduation, Bac-
calaureateoil have been gloriously high-
lighted with our music. Special programs of
the year were the Christmas Festival and the
Spring Music Festival all featuring the Glee
Club, Orchestra and Band. All have been
produced under the capable hand of our
Director, Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad.




C H. %. ORCHESTRA










THE CAFETERIA




1952-1954 CHEERLEADERS




Left to right: Betty Smith, Helene deBoyrie, Joan MocKenzie, Pot Kelly, Sandra Motto, Barbara Hickey,
Shirley Peterson, Mercedes Peterson,




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The cheerleaders deserve a lot of credit for their loyal support, fighting spirit, a.:
leadership at all the gomes. Whether the day was fair or stormy you would always
find them there cheering their team on to victory.




We're from CHS and No One Could Be Prouder!



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fOOTBALL
CORONATION



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Highlighting the year's football activities was the crowning of the football queen
by Captain Jody Roberson at the annual Homecoming Dance. Included in the court
were Mercedes Peterson escorted by John Hayes; Mary Lou Allen escorted by Larry Cox;
Marian Didrickson escorted by Ralph Reccio; and Judy Henriquez escorted by Richard
Sasso.




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SPORTS



From the Football Jamboree to the Bal-
boa Relays for the boys, and from the first
volleyball serve to the final basketball
v^histie for the girls, Cristobal High School
had a full and enjoyable sports year. It
was a year punctuated with
thrills and disappointments,
with excitement and, some-
times, gloom.



To the coaches Mrs.
O'Brien, Mr. Palumbo, and
Mr. Moser and to the many
boys and girls who wore Cris-
tobal's fighting colors, go our
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GIRLS' VARSITY CLUB



The Girls' Varsity is an exclusive sports club. It is composed only of
the girls who have proved themselves outstanding in sports. To become
a member a girl must participate in at least tv/o all-star sports in one year.



BOYS' V CLUB



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"C" Club is one
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may achieve in
CHS. A boy must
letter in a Varsity
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Stonding: A. Naboo, M. Perez, D. Tagaropulos, M. Quezoda, J. Hayes, J. Roberson, D. Smith, Cooch P. Moser. Kneeling: J. Hatgi,
D. Smith, E. Didier, E. Smith, S. Morris, C. Lessord.



BASKETBALL



Champs again! For the fifth straight year, Cristobal's varsity basl ball team enjoyed a winning interscholastic season. Showing deft ball
handling and occurate shooting, the Tigers played every game hard and
clean.



Standing: R. Henson, A. Robinette, A. Lung, F. Phillippi, B. Price, N. Lomis, R. Chin,
Coach L. Palumbo, Kneeling: T. Head, J. Longo, D. Garcia, L. Palumbo, D. Haw-
thorne, R. Lowe.




SEASON RECORD

Cristobal 81 Balboa High 31

Cristobal 43 Junior College 32

Cristobal 56 Balboa High 32

Cristobal 37 Junior College 35

Cristobal 34 Balboa High 21

Cristobal 45 Junior College 36

Cristobal 25 Athletic Club 40

Cristobal 41 Athletic Club 42



JUNIOR VARSITY




JOHN HAYES




JODY ROBERSON




EUGENE DIDIER



DUDLEY SMITH



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FOOTBALL JAMOREE

The 4th Annual Football Jamboree was
one of the school year's "High Lights."

Four powerful football teams fought hard
for the beautiful trophy donated to the
winners by the firm Smoot and Hunnicutt.

Judy Henriquez was chosen as Cristobal's
Jamboree Queen.

All four teams were tied at six points
each, and since defense was the next point
of consideration. Junior College's Green
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Front row, L, fo R : Marie Fraser, Carlene Tober (capf.), Louise Edmonson. Ej_, ,. ^ ; .>. Judy
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Front row, L. to R.; Donna Humphrey, Toddy Dig nam, Doris Pabon (capt.), Velvia Bringas, Carolyn
Sanders. Bock row, L. to R., Peggy Roddy, Rosalie Young, Eileen Rodgers, Sandra Motto, Elaine
Siavers, Shirley Peterson, Jeanette Swicegood.





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Front row L. to R-:Betty Smith, Alice Hannigan, Jean Janko, Carol Newhard, Corlene Taber, Mary
Jo Aycock. Back row, L. to R,: Diane Hannigan, Marcy RucJge, Louise Edmonson (copt.), Diane
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Front row, L. to R : Eileen Rodgers, Margaret Leigh, Peggy Roddy (capt.), Velvia Bringas, Alice
Lim. Bock row, L. to R.: Toddy Dignom, Rosalie Young, Doris Pobon, Diane Heres, Shirley Peterson,
Judy Tipton, Patty Moedi.





FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Brassel, Sheila McNomee, Donna Geyer, Velvia Bringas, Judy Romirez, Isabel Serventi. BACK ROW: Mr.
Carl Serger (sponsor). Electro Rosonia, Ann Maccubbin, Carlene Taber, Marie Froser, Marion Didrickson, Tom Catanzaro. Not pictured;
Ralph Reccio, Jody Roberson, Joan Holgerson, Eddo Ulrich, and Aurora Lim.



CARIBBEAN STAFF



The Journalism Class of 1953-54 hopes that you have enjoyed this "Big Deal." It
has taken many "aces" and "wild cards" to put together what we hope will be remem-
bered as a good yearbook.

We're especially grateful to Sosa Studios of Panama City; to Wayne Wall who
took most of our non-portrait pictures; to Mr. Ben Granger of the St. Petersburg Printing
Co., our printers; to the administration and staff of Cristobal High School, whose co-
operation was certainly appreciated; and to all the students who did what they could
to help us.

Tom Catanzaro was editor of the "Big Deal," Donna Geyer was in charge of
art work, and Sheila MacNamee was business manager.



Page 83



Thanks For a Great Deal -



Yes, CHS thanks and promises patronage to the business men of
Colon who advertise in school publications.

To our PUSHING PATRONS, listed below, goes our gratitude, too.
We hope their investment in this 1954 Caribbean gives them a great
deal of pleasure.



Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cotanzaro
Sgt. and Mrs. Douglas A. Mclnnes
Copt, and Mrs. William J. Lober, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Oberholtzer
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cotanzaro

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Brogie

Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis Segal

Copt, and Mrs. Earl J. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty"

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McNamee

Mr. and Mrs. Sixto Ramirez

Mrs. Carolina Hllzlnger

Vincent Infuse

Cmdr. and Mrs. A. L. Maccubbin

Mrs. Marie K. Froser

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pretto

Mr. Edmund Ullrich



Mr. and Mrs. Carl Serger
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Dicosta
Mr. Terrance R. McNamee
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Cox
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene DIdier
Mrs. E. J. Dignam
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sievers
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Edmonson
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Reccia
Lois Scheidegg
Barbara Egolf
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Geyer
Copt, and Mrs. C. G. Didrickson
Senior Girls' Lunch Table
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Newhard
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taber
Mr. H. M. Fraser



.SI'OTLESS IIRY CLEANERS



Frederico Boyd Ave
and 15th St. No. 5056



Guaranteed Rapid Service



Telephone
767-L



Page 84



Compliments of



Captain C. B. Fenton







Congratulations



to the Class of '54



Pfizer



K



The

Standard Fruit &

Steamship Co.



COLON, R. DE P.



Vacarro Line

With Every Success

to the

Graduating Class of 1954






i, --,*--*-,



Compliments of



CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION



Cristobal, C. Z.



Balboa, C. Z.



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Congratulations

and

Best Wishes

to the Class of '54


Ma/ifOAda ^la^ldi




Colon
Masonic Temple



Page 85









MANUFACTURED BY



TAGAROPULOS INDUSTRIES, INC




COLON, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA



Poge 86




Mc. Millan

and
Eagan, Inc.



"Good Service for Good Cars"
COLON



your

Ford

Dealers









% tke GLu ol f95^ ....




THANK YOU!

HERFF-JONES is Proud to have

been Chosen to Manufacture

Your Class Ring

HERFF-JONES Co,

Calle Estudiantes No. 136
Box 3387, Panama



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Page 87






'-"~~~ "7



NATIONAL

Mattress Factory

Melendez Avenue

Between 10 and 11 Streets

COLON



Colon



"Best in Rest"



MOTTAS




The Label

That Signifies

Quality



Panama



Moses, Maduro

and Rimmington
Insurance Co.



LOUIS R DUCRUET



OFFICE-FRONT ST.



COLON



Compliments of



HfORIOUt/, S. fl.






CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1954

ITALIAN LINES STEAMSHIP CO.



Cristobal 3-2464



Poge 88



C. CASULLO JEWELRY

Agent For:

MIDO-MULTIFORT, superoutomatic,

waterproof,

shock-proof, non-magnetic



Compliments of



Bestfit Clothes



nth STREET



^



COLON



Cortesia
FARMACIA DARIEN

J. E. SOLIS & CIA., LTDA.

CALIE 11 Y AVENIDA BALBOA NO. 10,087

APARTADO 252 TELEFONO 51 1

COLON, R. de P,



i



Colon Import

i Colon Import & Export Co, Ltd.



WHOLESALERS



452 BOLIVAR AVENUE



COLON












Compliments to the CLASS OF 1954



SMOOT- Y-HUNNICUTT

S. A.



Telephone 800



Colon, R. P.



BUICK



Distributors



CHEVROLET



FRIGIDAIRE



Page 89





4 EAST 39TH NEW YORK, N. Y



PROUDLY SALUTES




CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM

Equipped with

BROOKS FOOTBALL SHOES

RAWLINGS FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT



Isthmian Representative

P. O. Box 3117

Panama City



Poge 90




CONGRATULATIONS

TO THE

CLASS OF '54



THE HUM UUl 1\m\ (ILIIB

GATUN, CANAL ZONE



UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

"GREAT WHITE FLEET"

Fast freight express service
From New York to Cristobal

Sailings of twelve passenger vessels weekly
From Cristobal to

NEW YORK NEW ORLEANS U. S. WEST COAST

First Class Accommodations



^^Se^UAed^ tlte /l4nen4c>cui"



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Page 91




A. POWELL, S. A

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILES
RUTOMOTIVf)

SEHVICE/




16th and Central Avenue
Colon



Telephone 74
Colon









Fill Your Hope-Chest



SHAWS



COLON



PANAMA '



Compliments of

Kam's Super Market

Refreshment Parlor

Fresh Vegetables Tender Meats

Variety in Groceries






'-? T'



Compliments of



^o4h Sccroft^



1 1 th and Front



Telephone 77 Colon




CHflOG. S. fl.



1

General Hardware
COLON PANAMA



Francisco, '30
Francisco, Jr., '52






Frances, '51
Donna, '63



Page 92




"StcidMU Jia.fr ^t Tifr



&\









Page 93



Compliments of

MADUROS

Junior Miss Wearing Apparel and
Sports Clothes



Colon



Panama



SAN JOSE GARAGE

Texaco Gasoline

Exclusive Recapping Agents for Goodyear

For "Service Tiiot Counts" Day or Night

Road Service, Repairs, Overhauling

Body and Fender Work






9th and 10th St.
Ph. Colon 422



Melendez Ave.

Prop. Alfredo Mirando






Cortesia Compania

DIERS and ULLRICH, S. A

Distributors of 7-Up and Refrescos Tropicales










Comp


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REPRESENTATIVES


FOR ^


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COLON










PANAMA



Poge 94






Best Wishes to the Class of 1954



TERMINALES PANAMA, S. A.



Box 462, Colon



Colon 1420



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Compliments of

Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. RESTAURANT

Cristobal, C. Z.






Best Wishes From



Casa Central



Colon, R. de Panama








JOYERIA


"EL SOL"








Best In


Jewelry








ELIAS MIZRACHI, Prop.




1


Box 618




Te


ephone


239





Colon, R. P.




1



Almacen Solas



JULIO A. SALAS, Prop.



BOLIVAR AVE. 8103



COLON



Page 95



PANAMA AUTO, S. A.

PARTS AND ACCESSORIES FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS






Sixteenth Street



Tel. 690
Colon, R. de P.



Melendez Avenue



[






THE



Panama American



SALUTES



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL



and the



CLASS of 1954



Page 96



Jackson
Steam Laundry

ONE-DAY SIRVICE ON RIQUEST



LADIES' APPAREL

AND RUGS

BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED



Telephone 1090 Colon
16th and Broadway






MUEBLERIA
"la UNICA"

* Latest Styles

* Finest Quality

in

MAHOGANY FURNITURE



Eighth and Front Streets
Opposite Colon Railroad Station



Apartado 427



Telephone 318



Colon






To The


Class of '54 Best Wishes


~^"-'-'~--~^"-''-~^


KODAK,


PANAMA,


LTD.


FILM SUPPLIES




CAMERAS






PRINTING MATERIALS






FILM COLOR GUIDE






FLASH EQUIPMENT




ARBOIX BUILDING -COLON




NO. 98 CENTRAL AVENUE- PANAMA



Page 97



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\



CIVA DE COLON, S. A.



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



16th and Melendez



Phone 1369



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Compliments of

Colon
Furniture Store

WESTINGHOUSE DISTRIBUTORS

Do Your Shopping By
CREDIT CLUB OR CASH
Prop. Jose Ma. Gonzalez



Boliver Avenue
No. 7108



Tel. 412
Colon



I



Drop I



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to



"ELKS"



See Your Pals After The Games



DANCING
SOFT DRINKS

GULICK ROAD



Poge 98






CONEY
ISLAND



COLON



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For Modern, Comfortable
Living:

English Furniture
Store



COLON



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To Get Whot You Wont,

At the Price You Want

BODEGA
COLONIAL

COLON

As Always, Best Wishes To
Cristobal High School

The

Tropic






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ABOU SAAD TEMPLE



ANCIENT ARABIC ORDER NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE



Oasis of the Panama Canal Zone



Continues Its Support of



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL









Page 99



Autographs . .



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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00040
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1954
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00093680:00040

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
        Front Matter 3
        Front Matter 4
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Title Page
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Dedication
        Page 5
    Faculty
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Seniors
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
    Juniors
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Sophomores
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
    Freshmen
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Activites, clubs, and sports
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
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        Page 60
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        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
    Advertising
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
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        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
    Back Matter
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
    Back Cover
        Page 105
        Page 106
Full Text
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From the
FRIVOLOUS
FROSH .. .


To the
SERIOUS
SENIOR...





















in the CLASSROOM....


and

on the

ATHLETIC

FIELD
Page 2






ALL
wee a of..1.


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as recorded in your


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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
CANAL ZONE


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QUEEN OF OUR HEARTS


For her past publications and skill . .
We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean

For her many efforts for and support of the class of '54 . .
We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean

For her untiring devotion and dynamic personality . .
We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean

To you, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, with all appreciation and admiration .
We Dedicate the 1954 Caribbean


Page 5








FACULTY


MR. PAUL BECK
Principal
"The Dealer"


"7Te y'old the earwd"





MISS VILMA ROSANIA (1)
Canal Zone Junior College
Secretary



MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON (2)
BA, Florida State College
MA, University of Michigan
Girls' Counselor
FTA Sponsor



MISS JEANNE BROWN (3)
BA & MA, University of Missouri
SLibrarian
National Honor Society Sponsor


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MR. JACQUES COOK (4)
BS, Miami University
MS, Ohio State University
SA Sponsor


MISS ANNE DOWD (5)
BA & MA, Cornell University
Dramatic Club & Thespian Sponsor


MR. NOEL GIBSON (6)
BS, Bradley University
Rifle Club Sponsor


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MR. GALEON JARVIS (9)
BA, Georgetown College
Art Honor Society Sponsor




MR. OSWALD JORSTAD (10)
BA, Concordia College
BM, Concordia Conservatory of
Music
MA, University of Michigan


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MR. EUGENE GREGG (7)
AA, Canal Zone Junior College
BA, Colorado State College
Athletic Council Sponsor




MR. JOHN GRISWOLD (8)
BA, University of Illinois
Freshman Class Sponsor
Driving Class Instructor


MISS BESS LITER (11)
BA, Randolf Macon Women's College
MA, University of West Virginia


CAPT. WILLIAM LOBER JR. (12)
Western Reserve University
Infantry School
Drill Team Sponsor
Assistant Professor of Military Science & Tactics


MRS. ALFCHILD MAEDL (13)
BA, Gustavus Adolphus College
Sophomore Class Sponsor


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MR. CARL MAEDL (14)
BE & MA, Columbia University
Boys' Counselor
Junior Class Sponsor



MR. BERNARD MAZZONI (15)
BS, Lebanon Vallege College


SFC DOUGLAS McINNES (16)
"F" Company Advisor
Camera Club Sponsor


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MRS. MILTON LEE NASH (19)
BS, Longwood College







MRS. EILEEN O'BRIEN (20)
San Diego State College
Claremont College


MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS (17)
BS, University of Wyoming
Cafeteria







MR. PAUL MOSER (18)
BS, East Stroudsburg State
Teachers' College


MR. LUKE PALUMBO (21)
BS, Maryville State Teachers' College
"C" Club Sponsor


MISS MARGERY TENDER (22)
BS, New York State College for Teachers
SA Financial Advisor



MR. JAMES PFAU (23)
BS, University of Minnesota
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor
Bowling Team Sponsor


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MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL (24)
BA, New York University
MA, Columbia University
Jr. High SA Sponsor




M SGT. ROBERT ROBINSON (25)
Combat Intelligence School




M SGT. LEWIS SEGAL (26)
ROTC Rifle Team Instructor


itI


MR. JAMES STEARNS (29)
BS & MA, University of Florida
21 Club






MR. DUKE WILSON (30)
BA & MA, University of Florida
Zephyr Advisor
Rifle Club Co-Sponsor


MR. CARL SERGER (27)
AB, Colorado State College of
Education
Tradewind & Caribbean Advisor





MRS. DOROTHY SMITH (28)
AB, Ohio Northern University
MA, Denver University
Senior Class Sponsor
Cheerleader Sponsor


CAPT. EARL WILSON (31)
Professor of Military Science & Tactics
Officers' Candidate School


MISS MAE WOLD (32)
BA, Valley City State Teachers' College
Retired



MISS MARY WORRELL (33)
BS, University of Missouri
MS, Northwestern University
Art Honor Society Sponsor
Retired


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CLASS HISTORY








Dear C. H. S.



The Class of 1954 submits, in the record of famous classes of CHS, her addition
to the history of our alma mater. We hope it will be received and read with pleasure
and remembrance.
September 8, 1950, the class of 1954 first entered the halls of Cristobal High School
and with scared looks and mixed emotions, we vowed to make our mark on CHS. That
day also added to our humbleness as the Sophomores beat us in the annual Fresl'man-
Sophomore Brawl. But soon we elected Sheila McNamee as our President, Charles
Thompson as our Vice President, Edna Jenkins as our Secretary, and Larry Cox as our
Treasurer and became full-spirited rooters of CHS. We had big plans for that year,
but Polio put a damper on them and a weiner roast at the end of the year constituted
all our activities.
As Sophomores we came up in the world and beat the class of 1955 in the Brawl.
Our leaders were Charles Lessard, President, Barbara Hickey, Vice President, and
Charles Thompson, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Maedl was our guiding light and helped
us plan the Washington-Lincoln Assembly and the Harvest Dance.
We started as upper classmen by voting Tom Catanzaro in as our Junior class
President, Sheila McNamee as our Vice President, Diane McLaren as our Secretary,
and Topper Didier as our Treasurer. Mr. Maedl was again our sponsor and directed
all our productions with expert guidance. We used a Thanksgiving theme for our
assembly and in May we honored the graduating seniors with the gala junior-senior prom.
"Rhapsody in Blue" was our theme for the 1953 prom.
Also as Juniors we received our much-awaited class rings and ordered our class
numerals. In the S. A. elections, three members of our class walked away with offices.
Tom Catanzaro was the new President, Maricha Tagaropulos was the new Secretary
and Topper Didier was the new Treasurer.
Finally we became Seniors and breathed a sigh of relief that we now had only
one more year of high school. With Kay Dignam as our President and helpers, Barbara
Hickey, Ann Maccubbin, and George Platkevich, we had a very successful "Snow Ball,"
alias the senior dance. "Military Maneuvers" was the theme of our assembly com-
memorating Teddy Roosevelt's birthday. Mrs. Smith guided our activities and we re-
ceived our announcements and caps and gowns without delay. The trip through the
canal was eventful and Senior Day was a success.
In gray caps and gowns we graduated and left CHS with fond memories, hailing
the class of 1954 who inhabited the halls of CHS for four memorable years.

Respectfully submitted,

SawP Seta
Page 10

































ACES, ALL ACES /


Kathryn Jane Dignan
"Kayy"
Critoblal, Canal Zonr
April 16, 1936
"Full of laughs, itull of jin: she's
all reer with cerlyone.'
Class Pres:dent 4; Dramatic Club 4;
Play Productions 34; Rifle Club 1,3,4:
Co-Captoin 4: Camera Club 4: ROTC
Sponsor 4; Pep Club 1,3,4; Vice-presi-
dent 4; Softball 1,3,4; All-Stars 1,4,
Volleyball 1,3,4; Basketball 1,3,4;
ROTC Dance 4, Senior Donce 4, Jr -Sr.
Prom 3. Openmin Day Dance 4, Fare
well Bawl 3, Class Assembles 3, 4.
Baccalaureate and Commencement 3;
Frosh-Sooh Browl Coach 4












Ann Christine Maccubbin
Manhattan Beach. California
Sptmrnibr 12, 1936
"Quiet ways with a readiness to
work."
Senior Class Secretary, Notional Honor
Society 4, Quill & Scroll 4. National
Art Honor Society 3.4; Secretary 4,
Play Productions 1,3,4; Dramatic Club
1,3,4; Future Teachers of America 3,4;
Rifle Club 3,4; Varsity 4, Girls' Team
Captain 4; Camera Club 4, President
4; Tradewind 4; Editor 4; Caribbean
4; : Editor 4; Basketball I,
3,4 "i 1 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Field
Hockey 2; Play Productions 1,3,4, Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3; Baccalureate and Com-
mencement 3, Senior Dance, Class As-
semblies 3,4; Debate Club, Drivers'
Training 4, Hall of Fame 4, Washing-
ton-Lee High School.


Barbara Marie Hickey
"Babs"
Bioston, Massachusetts
March 10, 1937
"Friendliness anld charm make
our Boston gal."
Cliss Vice president 2,4, Athletic Coun-
cl 3, Notaonal Honor Society 4: Secre-
tary 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Play
Productions 4: Camera Club 1,4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Cheerleader 4; Alternate
2.3, Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3;
Bo ketboll 1,2,3,4; Varsity Swimming
2,3, Football Queen 4; Jr -Sr. Banquet
3, Class Dance 2.3,4: Opening Day As-
i-mbly 3,4; Class Assembly 2,3,4;
Daily Breeze 2.















George Platkevich
"Pulky"
W'araw. Poland
August 26. 1936
"Brains and talent make good
friends.'
Class Treasurer 4; Athletic Council I,
3, Torrid Zone Wizards 3, 4; Vice-
president 4, Notional Honor Society 4;
Play Productions 1,3,4; Dramatic Club
1,3,4, 21 Club 3,4; Camera Club 1;
Band 1.3,4, Orchestra 1,3,4; ROTC 1;
Football 1,3; Basketball 1,3; Softball
I: Senior Dance, Class Assemblies 3,4,
Hall of Fame 4.

Page 11












Mary Louise Allen
"Mary Lou"
Ancon. Canal Zone
September 30, 1936
"A captivating blond with a weak-
ness for laughter."
National Honor Society 3, 4; Future
Teachers of America 4; ROTC Sponsor
4: Varsity Club 1.2,3.4; Volleyball 1,
2,3.4; All-Stars 1,2,3.4; Softball 1.2,
3 4. All-Stars 1,2.3; Basketball 1,2.3,4;
ll Stars 1,2.3,4; Football Court 4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Opening Day Assembly
3.4; NHS Assembly 3, 4; Hall of Fame
4; Varsity Club President 4; Camera
Club 1,4; Swimming 1; Referee Club
1.2; Pep Club 1.2; Balboa High School.






















Ezra Attia
"Zury"
Colon, R. de P.
July 6. 1935
"Born for success, he seems."
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; 21 Club
1,2,3.4; Vice-president 3; President 4;
Valentine Dance Escort I; Hall of
Fame-





















John Franiiis Brennan
"Jack"
Cri'tobal. Canal Zone
March 16. 1936
"'A friend ly manner for all around
h imt."
Trrrid Zone Wizards 3, 4, Bond 1.2;
POTC 1.3,4; Softball 1.2; Basketball
1,2. Jr Sr. Prom.


Velvia Marie Bringas
"Nappie"
Colon, R. de P.
May 12, 1936
"Easy-going, loved by all; great
in mind, in stature small."
Athletic Council 4; Quill & Scroll 4;
Future Teachers of America 3,4; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean 4; Pep Club 1; Var-
sity Club 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; All-
Stars 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; All-Stars 4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; All-Stars 4; Cafe-
teria 3; Hall Duty 2; Assemblies 2;
Library 3.







Thomas Anthony Catanzaro
"Tomcat"
Chicago, Illinois
September 7, 1936
"Our President.... He is all that's
good and great, he is the master
of his fate."
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Homeroom
Representative 1,2; Assistant Treasurer
3; Student Association President 4;
Athletic Council ?- Trenc,..ror 3; Junior
Class President, 2....ll '. :.. -.11 3,4; Play
productions 1,2,3,4; Drama Festival 2,
3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4; Thespians
4; Camera Club 1; ROTC 2,3,4; M/Sgt;
Tradewind 3,4; Editor 3; Daily Breeze
3; Caribbean 3,4; Editor-in-Chief 4;
Cycle Ciub 3; Treasurer 3; Football 1;
Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; Varsity
Water Polo 1,3,4; Varsity Swimming
1,2,3,4; Hall Duty 2,3,4; Christmas
Pageant 3; Advertising 1,2,3,4; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3; Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement 3; Class Dance 2,3,4; Open-
ing Day Dance 2,3,4; SA Dance 1,2,3,4;
ROTC Dance 2,3,4; Activities Commit-
tee 2; Program Committee 3,4; Awards
Assembly Committee 2,3; Opening Day
Assembly 2,3,4; Campaign Assembly
2,3,4; FTA Assembly 4; Inaugural As-
sembly 2,3,4; Class Assembly 2,3,4;
Mock Elections 2,3; State Chairman 3;
Drivers' Training 4; Runner-Up 4; Hall
of Fame 4; Balboa High School.

















Theodore Chin
"Ted"
Colon, R. de P.
December 21, 1936
"There is more in me than you
understand."
Camera Club 4; ROTC 1,2,3; "C" Club
3,4; Varsity Football 1,2,3,4; Junior
Varsity Basketball 1.


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Nessim Chitrit
Santiago Vcraguas. R. de P.
December 2. 1934
"A personality all his own."
Ploy productions 2.3.4; Dramatic Club
3.4; Cycle Club 3. Drvers' Traniing
3. Camera Club 1,4. Orchestra 1,2;
ROTC 1,2,3; Assembhes 2,3,4





















Dale Cockle
(Colon R. (hI P.
S'pte'miwr 22, 1936
"Our Battalion (Comnmandler adds
joy to /ll he undertakes."
Torid Zon- Wizard' 3,4, 21 Club
2.3.4. Gle Club 2.3. Bond 12.3.4,
Orchestra 1.2.3.4. ROTC 1.2.3.4; Lt
Col; ROTC Donce 4 Opening Day A.
:,mbl/ 4; Debate Club 1






















Robert Joseph Connard
"Bob"
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Novonmber 14, 1936
figures s intrigue him . rathe-
nmticallt// speaking, of course.'
ROTC 1,2,3. "C" Club 3,4. Varsity
Football 2.3,4; Track 2,3, Jr -Sr. Prom
3; Class Assembly 3.


Lawrence Carpenter Cox
"ILarry"
uColon. R. 1l' P.
\ugust 27. 1936
"A likeable chap who's wacky wiit
never allo's for a dull moment."
Student Council 4: Athletic Council 2,
T Turnd Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Play pro-
ductons 3.4; Dramatic Club 1.2.3,4;
Thespians 4, 21 Club 2,3.4; Glee Club
2,4, Bond 1,2,34, Orchestra 1,2, ROTC
1.2.3,4, Captain, "C" Club 4, Football
3.4, Track 4. Football Queen's Court
4 Jr -Sr Prom; Senior Dance, As-
semblie- 1,2.3,4





















R icihard Ro's ( unningham
Dl)ickie"
PIanamaR. P.
S'Ihnhmlr 210. 1936
A- favorite wHith the guis and
dolls."
Plo, production 3: 21 Club 4; ROTC
1.2 ,3.4 2nd Lt Junior Varsity Foot-
all 1,2, Vorsit. 3.4. Track 3, Class
D ne. 2.3,4 Jr Sir Prorn 3


























John Delany
oholon R. del P.
NoNvomher 17. 1935
"Quiet and sh., but quite a guy."
Glee Club I. ROTC 1,2,3; Assembles 3.


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Marian Annette Didrickson
"Diddy"
Seattle, Washington
February 19. 1936
"Smooth, and what a mean rug
she cuts."
Student Council 1,3; Athletic Council
4; National Honor Society 4; Quill &
Scroll 4; National Art Honor Society
1,4; Ploy productions 4; Future Teach-
ers of America 4; Tradewind 4; Edi-
tor 4; Caribbean 4; Pep Club 1; In-
4 tromural Sports 1,2,3,4; Football
Queen's Court 4; Opening Day Dance
S 4; Senior Dance; Opening Day Assem-
Sbly 4: Class Assembly 4; Glendale
High School.















Eugene Joseph Didier
"Topper"
Colon, R. de P.
October 16, 1936
S"A lion among ladies is a most
dreadful thing."
Student Council 2,4; Representative 2;
Treasurer 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 4;
laoy productions 4: ROTC 1,2,3,4; 1st
Lt, "C" Club 3,4; Vice-president 4;
Varsity Football 3,4; Junior Varsity
Basketball 2; Varsity 3,4; All-Isthmian
3,4; Hall Duty 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Senior Dance; Class Treasurer 3; As-
semblies 1,2,3,4.


Sylvia Mac Dinkgreve
"Dinky"
Ne'w Orleans, Louisiana
Novfrtember 28. 1936
"Quietness a,.I' ./i'I... '.. pervade
her gentle l ..r'
itud-nt Council 3,4; Play productions
1,2.3; Camera Club 4; Secretary-
Trr- .urer 4; Glee Club 2; Band 2,3,4;
Orchestra 2; Pep Club 1,2; Basketball
1.2; Softball 1.2; Volleyball 2.3,4;
Jr Sr Prom 3; Cornmencomnt 3; Class
Dan-c 1.2,3; Opening Day As.ertnbly
3, Hill of Frnmi 4.


S g Earl Anthony Dyer
"'Tony"
Washington, District of Columbia
February 29, 1936
"Happy is the man who enjoys
life."
Student Council 3; Play productions 1;
Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 3; ROTC 1,2;
"C" Club 3,4; F::, II 1; Varsity 2,
3,4; Track 2,3; ri:l CL..i. 1; Commit-
tees 2; Opening Day Assembly 2; Class
Assembly 2.



















Gilbert Keith Ferro
"Gibby"
Cheyenne, Wyoming
July 27, 1934
"'Quiet manner with a friendly
air."
Play productions 1,2,3,4; Dramatic
Club 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Glee Club
1; ROTC 1,2,3.4; Varsity Football 1, 2;
Hall Duty 2; Class Assembly 4.




















Ernest Wilson Forrest
"Ernie"
Lima, Peru
May 11, 1933
"A real-gone guy who didn't i '
to learn-he came to laugh.
ROTC 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Class DL'r.
2,4; Class Assembly 2,3,4; ...
Football 2.


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Marie Janet Fraser
"Mickey"
Colon. R. de P.
September 20, 1936
"Full of chatter, full of pep: good
ideas, that's her rep."
National Art Honor Society 4; Play
Productions 1.2,3.4; Dramatic Club 3,
4: Camera Club 4; Glee Club 2,3;
Tradewnd 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Var-
sity Club 2,3,4, Intramural Sports 1,
2,3,4; Softball 1.2,3,4; Volleyball 1,
2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; `....:m 1.
Treasurer, Varsity Club 't, II
All-Stars 4: Softball All-Stars 4: Bask-
etball All-Stars 1,2; Assemblies 1,2,
3,4: Driving Course 4; Brawl Coach 3,
Jr.-Sr Prom 3; Triple "C" Club 3;
Baccalaureate and Commencement 3;
Assemblies Dances 1,2,3,4




















Carol Ann George
Eaton, PI'nn'- viania
June 1. 1.936
"A horne-loaing fgal with lots of
pep."
F T A 3,4; Dra atic Club 1; Rifle Club
1; Intramural Sports 1,2.3,4; Volley-
ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soft-
hall 1.2,3,4; Librory Assistant 2; Hall
Duty 3, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Dances 2. 4; As-
semblies 2,3.4; Otfice Assistant 4
Di ivng Class.













"Don"
Reading. Peinnsylvania
May 9. 1936
"A gay blonde who gets a BA.AG
out of life."
Play Productions 1,2,3,4, "Swing Fev-
er," "Antic Spring" 4; Dramatic Club
1,2,3,4; FT A Treasurer 3, Parliamen-
tarian, 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity
1,2.3,4; Girls Team, 3,4; Executive Of-
icer, 4; Camera Club 4; Band 1.2,3,
4, Orchestra 1,2; Tradewind 4, Editor
4; Caribbean Staff 4, Art Editor 4;
Pep Club 1,4; Intramural Sports 1,4;
Softball 1,4; Basketball l; Volleyball
I, Committees 2.3,4, Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Commencement and Baccalaureate 3;
Assemblies 2,3,4; Driving Course 4.


Alice Joan Hannigan
Colon, R. ie P.
May 30. 1936
"The devil within, the devil with-
outt she's an Irish lass without
a doubt."
National Honor Society 4; Treasurer
4; FT.A. 2,3.4, Glee Club 2.4; Band
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Club 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,
4; Softball 1,2.3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball All-Stars
1,2,3,4, Volleyball All-Stars 1.2,3.4;
Basketball All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Commit-
tees 1,2.3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4.














John Neal Hatgi
"Hatch"
Salonika, (;reece
Nov,'lmr r 2, 1934
".1 swell gon, whose name is al-
w'at.s seen on the C.H.S. line-
up.
Athltic Council I. Torrid Zone Wizards
4. Rifle Club 1.23,4, Glee Club 1,2;
R O T C. 1,2,3,4; 'C" Club 1.2.3,4;
Intramural Sports 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2.
3,4 Track 1,2,3,4. Football 4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4, All Isthmian Baseball 2,
3.4; Basketball 4, Committees 1,2,3,4;
Assemblies 1,2,3,4.


















John D. Haves
"Big Joh"h
Lexington, Kentucky
June 11, 1936
"A quiet chap till you get to knoaw
him and then clear the decks for
action."
ROTC. 1.2,3,4; "C" Club 4; Track
4. Football 3,4: Basketball 3,4; All
Isthmian Basketball 4; Member of
Court 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dances 2,4,
Assemblies 3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; Cycle
Club 3.


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Judith Henriquez
"Judy"
Colon. R. de P.
May 24, 1937
"Small, daint . and oh! so
lovely."
Athletic Council 4; Play Productions
4; Dramatic Club 4; Jamboree Queen
4; Member of Court 4; Hall of Fame 4.




















Anita Hepburn
Colon. R. de P.
September 27, 1934
"A gay little lass with a per-
sonality all her own."
Closs Donces 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Office
Assistant 4.















Robert Ilodges
"Bob"
I'rmbrakr. (;Gorgia
Septlembwr 8. 1936
"Sonmeody has to take it easy, so
it might as well be me."
Rfle Club 1.2; Bond 1,2; Orchestra
1,2, R.O.T.C. 1.2,3,4; "C" Club 4;
Irlramural Sport, 1,2; Football 2,3,4;
Bo Ik.tball 3, Track 3; Hall Duty 1.2,
3,4; Crjmmetlr 1,2,3.4; Assemblies
1,2.3; Boholng 2,3,4, Cycle Club 3


Joan Millicent Holgerson
"Oogie"
San Andres, Colombia
January 1, 1936
"An irreplaceable part in the
C.H.S. machine."
Student Council 1,2,3; Athletic Council
2; Play Productions 1,2,3,4; Dramatic
Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Camera Club
4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Tradewind 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3;
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,
2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Assemblies 2,3,4; J.C.

















Thomas Edward Hughes
"Tommy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
September 13, 1934
"A likeable guy with baseball in
his blood."
Band 1; Orchestra 1; R.O.T.C. 1,3;
"C" Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4;
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Hall
Duty 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies 2;
All Isthmian Baseball 1,2,3.













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Jilma Lara
"Jil"
Colon, R. de P.
September 29, 1934
"Sincere and always kind, a nicer
girl is hard to find."
National Art Honor Society 3,4; Play
Productions 2,3; Intramural Sports 1,
2.3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Softball 2,3;
Cafeteria Assistant 1; Committee 1,2,
3,4; Assemblies 3,4; Office Assistant 4.


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Maurice Leon. Jr.
"I'u-luI"
Colon.. R. 1. P.
Jul\ 8. 1931


"Ronmeo
side."
R 0 T C 3


hep-< rat on the quiet

4: "C Club 3,4, Boi-ball 4


Charles 5. LI.clard
"Charlie"
Panama Cit.s. 11. Itl I'.
January 21. 1931
-4 hiapp tellit with (i d/iil-
m -rt iftir /ind oif grin.
Stud rnt C ur cil 4 Atl tltic Councl
Na t ionu, Hrr 4SHO,, 4, T,,rrd Z,
Vi zard. 1,2.3.4. 21 Clib 1 2 RO TC
1 2,3,4, "C" Club 4- I - rl Spat,
,, B- keI t li 1,2,3.4 r t 4


















Aurora Pearl Iinm
"Bootsie"
Puerto Armunlle,. R. 1.d 1'.
April 5. 1936
"A true sport rind /i truer friend
. our Aurora."
Quill and Scrolf 4; Play Productions 2,
3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3; Gl.e Club :1
Trodewind 4. Caribbean Staft 4 Pep
Club 2,3,4, Varity Club 2.3.4, Intra-
mural Sports 1,2,3.4, All-Stars 1,2.3,4:
Cafeteria A ,sitant 3, Committees 2,
3, Assembhes 2,3, Runner-Up Hall of
F.oa-


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4d


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Sylvia Alann
Colon. R. d,h P.
Drcremlw.r 6. 19 6
"Talented Sil/r is thIe power be-
hId the sceness"
Nat onal Art Honor Socety 3,4, Treas-
urer 4; F 1 A 3,4, Intramural Sports
1,3,4, Softball 1,34, Volleyball 3,4,
Basketball 1,3,4; Cnlss Dances 3,4;
Jr Sr Prom 3, A emhblis 3,4, Driv-
ing Course 4.

















Diane McLaren
(,uincyx. \lasaihui-ilt
Mla. 19, 1936
".-l/wats there to Ienidl a htind,
wheIrn the situation rmn
denrini id."
Natioral Art H nor Society 1,2.3,4
Pr-ident 4, Pia0 Productlons 2, Dra
aut c C lb 2 F T A 3.4; Intramural
Sports 1,2,3,4. Volleyball 1 2.34, Bos-
ttball 1,23 Library Assitrnt 2, Com-
tt ,e 2,3,4 Dances 2,3,4; Jr-Sr.
Pr 3 A s-mbl- 4 3,4, Clai Secre-










Sheila Ann McNarnee
"Shie"
Reading, PIlnntyI anlia
Noemblerr 22. 1936
askingng nothing, rft elingg
ntiught, but miring her wu'rds
from a tlnld fi thoughtt"
Student Council 2, Play Productions
1,2,3,4, "Grar,,rc, GhosFt 3, "Good-
bye My Fancy' 3, "Years Ago" 4 Dra-
noaic Club 1,2,3 4 Vico pr iLdent 4
Tnespians 3,4 F T.A 2,3,4, Rifle Club
1.2, Trodewid 4, Editor, Caribba"on
Staff 4; Varsit, Club 3,4 Intramural
Sports 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2.3.4
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4
Volleyball All-Stars 4. 2,
Basketball AIIStars 3,4. -1i All
Stars 3 Library Assitant 1, Comnm-
tes 1,2,3,4, Jr.-Sr Prom 3, Baccalour-
oete and Coirmencement 3, Assm-
blies; Class, Visitaton Doy, Opening
Da/ 1,2,3,4; Class President 1; Class
Vice-president 3


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Bruce Rankin Newhard
"'Brooger"
Ancon. Canal Zone
August 13. 1936
"Blest with temper whose un-
clouded ray can make tomorrow
as cheerful as today."
21 Club 4; R.O.T.C. 1.2,3,4; "C" Club
3,4; Baseball 3.4; Football 3; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4.













Mercedes Peterson
"Mercie'"
Colon. R. de P.
April 23, 1936
"Small package of T.N.T ...
Trim, neat, 'n terrific."
Play Productions 1; "Mother Was A
Freshman"; Dramatic Club 2,3; Cam-
era Club 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Cheer-
leader 1,2,3,4: Pep Club 1; Varsity
Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4; Intramural
Sports 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2.3.4; Soft-
boll 1,2.3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball All-Stars 3; Volleyball All-Stars
2,3; Member of Court 4; Committees
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Baccalaureate and
Commencement 3; Assemblies 2,3; Hall
of Fame 4; Triple "C" Club 3.













Judith Maria Ramirez
"Judy"
Colon. R. !e 1'.
February 14, 1936
"A tireless worker the whole day
long, her life is in tune like a
joyful song."
Dromotic Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3.4; Camera
Club 4, Glre Club 2; Trodewind 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Club 4: Intramural Sports 1,
2,3.4; Volleyboll 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,
2.3,4; Basketball 1.2,3,4; Basketball
All-Stars 2,4; Volleyball All-Stars 4;
Library Assistant 2; Cafeteria Assist-
ant 3. Jr-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies 2,
3,4; Office Assitant 4; Driving Course
4


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Ralph Joseph Reccia
Bronx, New York
November 12, 1936
"Whoever invented work should
have finished it," says our
friendly Ralph.
Glee Club 3; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; "C" Club
3.4; Football 1,2,3,4; Member of Court
4; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Brawl Coach
4.


















Billy Joe Roberson
"Jody"
Sylacauga. Alabama
February 3, 1934
"A lot of masculinity, adored by
femininity."
Student Council 4; R.O.T.C. 2; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; "C" Club
3,4; President 4; Football 2,3,4; Basket-
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Member of
Court 4; Assemblies 3,4.



















John Robert Robinson
"Robie"
Orlando, Florida
February 3, 1935
"Mechanical minded, Johnny be-
lieves that study should not
interfere with education."
Glee Club 1,2; Band 1,2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,
3,4; Intramural Sports 1; Football 2,
3; Mob 2.3,4.


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Electra Marta Rosania
"E. L. E."
Colon. R. de P.
May 24. 1936
"fWe have our own wav of spelling
friendliness . Eletr . .
rare giit of gab."
Student Council 1; Glee Club 1,2.3,
Tradewind 4: Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4,
Class Committees 2; Class Assembly
2,3.

















Kenneth Roscoe
"Roco"
Boston, Ma,'s.
July 12, 1936
"He grins from ear to ear
In the most disturbing fashion :
He laughs a lot and jo.es a lot
But tor wuork he has no passion."
Rifle Club 1; Gle, Club 1,3,4, R O.T C.
1.2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2, Softball
1,2; Football 1.2. Football 2. Track 4;
Hall Duty 1,2,3,4: Dance Committees
3.4; Assembles 1.2,3,4; Cycle Club 3.




















Idalia Maria Sarnudio
"Bunny"
David, R. de P.
September 6, 1935
"Siweet shCness with a friendly
smile for all."
Glee Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,4, Volley-
ball 1.2; Basketball 1,2; Cafeteria 3,
Class Assembly 3; Spanish Club 2;
Office 4.


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Bruce Gordon Sanders, III
"Sandy"
Colon. R. d P'.
Septemnlber 28. 1936
"Handsorne, uith a 'tale-it-easC
uwa about him."
Riefl Club 1. G1,e Club 1: Bond 1;
R.O.T.C 1,2,3; Intramural Sports,
Football Football 2,3.4, Track 2,3:
Hall Duty 1,2,3; Asemblies 1,2; Cycle
Club 3



















Rosa Santos
"Giggles"
Panama. RR. t 1P'.
January 5. 1936
"Snmall. sweet. and neat the tYpe
ive call petite."
Dramatic Club 3,4 F.TA. 3,4 GIee
Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Library
Assistant 2; Cafeterla Assistant 3; Hall
Dut, 2: Assemblie 2,3,4. Office
Assistant.



















Richard Sasso
"Richie"
Colon. R. Ile P.
November 7, 1934
"f'hen that bhti ra7les wi ith the
feet, he is delinitclt All/ Reef.'"
Torrid Zone Wizards 1.2,4 Glee Club
2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 3.4;
Baseball 2.3.4, Football 2.3,4; All-
Isthmian Baseball 3; Member of Court
4; Committees 4

















Carl Thaddeus Tuttle
Newton, Kansas
October 29. 1934
I "Strong silent type with a big
grin."
Band 1,2; ROTC 1,2; "C" Club 1,2,3,
4; Intramural Sports Football 1; Soft-
ball 1,2; Varsity Sports Football 1,2,
3.4; Baseball 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Assem-
blies 1; Mob 3,4.

1.


Isabel Amalia Serventi
"Pitzi"
Rome. Italy
June 24. 1935
"Bubbling pep and personality
plus pulchritude personalize
Pitzi."
Play Productions 1; Glee Club 1;
Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2; Library Assistant 1; Class
Assembly 3; Office Practice 4.












Carlene Ann Taber
"Tabe"
Ancon. Canal Zone
December 13, 1936
"A friendly gal who's a sensation
on the gymn floor."
Play Productions 4; Future Teachers of
America 3,4; Historian 4; Camera Club
4; Vice-president 4; Tradewind 4; Ex-
1 ... -rditor 4; Caribbean Staff 4;
: 1 i 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; In-
tramural Sports 1,2.3.4; Volleyball 1,
2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,
3,4; All-Stars Volleyball 1,3,4; Basket-
boll 3,4; Softball 3,4; Library Assistant
2; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Com-
mencement and Baccalaureate 3; Junior
and Senior Prom 3; Class Assemblies
2,3,4; Drivers Club 4.











Maricha Tagaropiulos
"Pago"
Colon. R. dle P.
,July 19. 1936
"'Terrifictally talented with a
bright smile to topl it off."
Student Council 4; S. A, Secretary 4;
Athlh hc Council 3; National Honor So-
city 3.4; Pres,ident 4 Play Produc-
,:, 1,2,3,4; Swing Fever 4; Drama
F.,ivoal 2,3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3,4;
Th,'pioan 4, Future Teachers of Amer-
ica 2,3,4; H ,.trrian 3; '- I. ader 4;
CG.1, Club 1.2,3,4. , i 2,3,4;
t In ram ural Sport, 1,2,3,4; Volleyball
2,3.4; Softball 3,4; Basketball 1,3,4;
Ali-Sltar Voli.iyb ll 3; Library Assist-
ort 2; Commi ttIes, Farewell Bawl 3;
Sand Sni Sor Prorn 3; Commence-
,rii and Baccalourr ote 3; Class A-
.,rnbn, 2.3,4; Opr ning Day Assem-
b1/ 2.4, Hall of F m.. 4

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Carlene Ruth Tuttle
Newton, Kansas
June 19, 1936
"Accent on a gracious manner
and a sweet disposition."
Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intra-
mural Sports Softball 1; Volleyball 1,
2, 4; Cafeteria Assistant 3; Class As-
sembly 1; Office Practice 4.


Edda Marilyn Ullrich
"Ed"
Colon, R. de P.
September 5. 1935
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Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1; Cafteria Assistant 3; Hall Duty
I; Committees 4; Class Assemblies 3,4;
Office Practice 4.


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Ril Club 2 Cam,-ra Club 4, ROTC
1,2,3.4 Var. ty Sport 3,4


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We, the graduating class of 1954, being of questionable minds and using no
judgment whatever, do hereby bequeath and bestow to the proletariat, these, our
most treasured possessions, in this, our last will and testament.



G Allen, Mary Lou-her carefree manner to all moody juniors. L
Bringas, Velvia-her gym suit to Alice Chambers L
Didrickson, Marian-her dancing feet to Louise Edmonson
Dignom, Kathryn-the trials, tribulations and joys of the senior class to next year's president
Dinkgreve, Sylvia-her place on the "A" Honor Roll to Elaine Sievers
Fraser, Marie-her brother Andy
George, Carol-the high school to her brother
Geyer, Donna-her shooting eye to Billie Gibson A
Hannigan, Alice-her piccolo to Kathleen Cox
Henriquez, Judy-her Jamboree crown to the luckiest girl in the junior class
Hepburn, Anita-her glasses to anyone who likes to squint
Hickey, Barbara-her football queen crown to any lucky up-and-coming senior
Holgerson, Joan-her "my mother" to next year's "my father"
R Lara, Jilma-her Cadillac to Bill Droste
S Lim, Aurora-her Crackerjack diamond ring to Peggy Roddy
Maccubbin, Ann-her flashbulbs that didn't go off to any deserving (?) camera fiend.
Mann, Sylvia-her place at the quiet senior lunch table to future occupants
McLaren, Diane-her sun glasses for gym class to Pat Roddy
S McNamee, Sheila-her knack for composing new sayings to Louise Tate
Peterson, Mercedes-her ROTC uniform to her sister Shirley
Ramirez, Judy-ad collecting to any calloused future journalist
Rosania, Electra-her red fore-lock to all those who try H202
Samudio, Idalia-her office work to Avril Murray
Santos, Rosa-her long earrings to anyone who can support them
S Serventi, Isabel-her ability to drive to some poor unsuspecting soul
Taber, Carlene-her laugh to anyone who has nerve enough to use it
Tagaropulos, Maricha-her musical fingers to her cousin Cookie
Tuttle, Carlene-her typing ability to Betty Smith
Ullrich, Edda-her quiet ways to Alice Prudence Lim
Vandergrift, Arlene-her load of books to Diane Scheidegg
Young, Rosalie-her charming personality to Esther Reynolds






Attia, Ezra-his trigonometry problems to ????? W
B Brennan, John-his terrific typing speed to his sister Joan
Catanzaro, Thomas-his CHS spirit to the juniors
Chin, Theodore-The American Institutions class to all work-loving juniors
Chitrit, Nessim-his physique to Diego Alfaro
Cockle, Dale-his West Point appointment to Victor Fisher
Cox, Lawrence-his motor scooter exhaust to Don Smith
O Cunningham, Richard-his polka routine to Joel Storch
Delaney, John-his periodical visit to the office to George Harris
Didier, Eugene-his ease to bluff teachers to Gene McGaughy
Dyer, Earl-his "JD" mob to Murray Corrigan
Ferro, Gilbert-his stiff ROTC uniform to Joe Lowe
Forrest, Ernesto-his driving ability and police record to Tony Noboa
1 Hatgi, John-his shortstop position to Louie Taber
Hayes, John-his middle name to Dudley Smith
Hodges, Robert-his charming way with Miss Liter to Mike Letchko
Hughes, Thomas-his pitching mound to anyone who can stand on it
Leon, Maurice-his place on the bench to Kaiser Bazan
Lessard, Charles-leaves Miss Liter and CHS
S Newhard, Bruce-his famous hot temper to Mike Morrison
Platkevich, George-his magic violin to Pat Moedl
Reccia, Ralph-his Brooklyn accent to all rebels L
Roberson, Billy Joe-his JC sports personality to any lucky basketball player
Robinson, John-his three o'clock smoke to Lee Cotton
Roscoe, Kenneth-his six years' worth of uncompleted homework to Bill Price
Sosso, Richard-his dancing technique to Roland Lees
Smith, Rudy-his mustache to Rupert Chin
Tuttle, Carl-his well-known conceit to Stan (the mania Smith
Vila, Alexis-his place in the honor society to anyone who can hold the torch




So it is, with the fondest of memories and many smiles we leave, convinced that we
were most fortunate to be members of the immortal Class of 1954.


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GEORGE PLATKEVICH


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Barbara Hickey &
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Best Dressed
Judy Henriquez &
Richard Sasso


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Most Studious
Maricha Tagaropulos & Alexis Vila


Best Dancers
John Hatgi & Aurora Lim








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CLASS PROPHECY






As the tent grew dark and the lone candle played
its weird light on the lined, aged face of an old
fortune teller, Sam Senior waited for the answer to
his question. "What's in the future for the class of
'54? Will we succeed?" The old woman picked up a
deck of dirty worn cards and began dealing them
out on the sticky linoleum table top. Her wrinkled
hands moved deftly as an obscure look shadowed
her face with mystery. Sam watched the faded cards
and then, looking up, saw that the parched lips were
beginning to move.
"In the cards I see a very fine future for your
class. It will be a credit to the world. Ach, yes, a
credit! So much fame, so much distinction, so much
renown. First I see Kay Dignam running for the
President of the United States, and aha! that famous
speaker, her campaign manager, Ralph Reccia, is
predicting a landslide. It is rumored, through Rosalie
Young, the President of Panama's secretary, that the
first lady of Panama, the former Electra Rosania, is
going to invite her to come to Panama on a good-will
tour. That famed pilot, Maurice Leon, has already
offered his service to fly the next president to Pan-
ama, and everything seems to be a certainty.
"And I see more great things. Things that have
never happened before. What's this, a yellow
streak? No, it is Charles Lessard completing his
much-publicized jet trip to the moon. And Bruce New-
hard, following in Clyde Beatty's shoes, has gone far
into the depths of the Brazilian jungle, exhibiting
courage beyond the call of duty. Then I see Miss
Velvia Bringas, after much dispute, has finally won
out to become the first woman editor of the New
York Times.
"Richard Cunningham is now a rear admiral in
the Navy and is trying to change, at the request of
his mates, Alan Alama and John Robinson, the sched-
ules to a four month enlistment at any place the
person wishes to be assigned with a three month
vacation. This, he says, is guaranteed to bring them
in. Dale Cockle, the Chief of the Army, is trying
to help pass this bill in Congress, with Congressman
Tom Catanzaro, the famed debator, being its guiding
light on the Senate floor.
"In Europe, many of your stars are performing.
The race of the ages is against that speed-demon on
the motorcycle, Bob Connard, and that whiz on
wheels, Isabel Serventi. At all the famous night spots
all over Europe, we see the billboards advertising that
versatile dancing team of Marian Didrickson and


Donna Geyer. In Spain it seems that doctor Alexis
Vila has recruited some excellent American nurses
to work in his new hospital, which is financed by that
poor-little-rich-boy, Ted Chin. These nurses are
Sylvia Dinkgreve, Carlene Taber, Arlene Vander-
grift, and Diane McLaren.
"Many of your people seem to have business in
New York," the old woman continued. "In the head-
lines I see the famous case of John Delany vs. Carl
Tuttle with the brilliant criminal lawyer, Tony Dyer,
defending Mr. Delany. The arresting cop was "Eagle
Eye" Forrest. Also the news is concerned with the
excellent performances at Carnegie Hall. Seems like
George Platkevich on the violin and Maricha Tagaro-
pulos at the piano are taking New York by storm.
"In the romantic side I see quite a few of your
girls have gotten married. Carol George has settled
down and Aurora Lim went to Venezuela to hook her
millionaire. Mercedes Peterson also had millionaires
on her mind when she went to Texas to get herself
an oilman. And oh, my, I see that Edda Ulrich was
just voted mother-of-the-year for taking such good
care of her twelve kids. Judy Henriquez has become
quite the famous horsewoman and her noted dude
ranch is the center of many social activities.
"As I look closer at the cards I see that the sports
world is going to have many boys from your class
competing in it. Topper Didier is the playing coach
of the Minneapolis Lakers. Jody Roberson is the All-
American football star. Tommy Hughes is still nurs-
ing his hand from a handshaking session after Ladies'
Day at the New York Stadium. And in the 1956
Olympics, I see John Hayes dominating the basket-
ball floor.
"Ann Maccubbin has followed in Oveta Culp
Hobby's footsteps and has Mary Lou Allen as her
special assistant. Marie Fraser and Sylvia Mann are
the famous dress designers in Judy Ramirez's exclu-
sive dress shop in Hollywood. Rosa Santos was the
interior decorator of the shop and I see that she has
done an excellent job. Ach, yes, an excellent job.
Anita Hepburn is now writing a sequel to Rip Van
Winkle and Jilma Lara is the founder of the new
Puerto Rican Republic. Carlene Tuttle is the rotating
secretary of such famous engineers as Robert Hodges,
Ezra Attia, and Jack Brennan. Richard Sasso is taking
care of dogs and cats and also Babs Hickey, who is
the veterinarian's private nurse.
"Featured in Alice Hannigan's all-girl band is the
golden-throat girl, Joan Holgerson. Idalia Samudio
is a hard-working teacher of home economics. Larry
Cox is a lonely forest ranger in North Dakota. I see
that his girl turned him down. Rudy Smith and Gil-
bert Ferro are a famous frogman team and John
Hatgi is seen ardently pulling teeth.
"I see Sheila McNamee, the world traveler, sailing
into New York harbor aboard the S. S. Mob which
is piloted by Ken Roscoe, and Bruce Sanders is the
unfailing, brave captain."
Slowly the old woman laid down her cards; then
looking up again, she concluded the interview. "Yes,
Sam Senior, I see great things for your class. Ach,
I know, for it is in the cards and the cards never lie!"


BABY PICS (opposite page)-1. Carl Tuttle, 2. Etta Ullrch, 3. Tom Hughes, 4. Ann Maccubbin, 5. Aurora Lim, 6. Idalia Samudio, 7. Corlene Tuttle, 8. Ralph
Reccia, 9. Sylvia Dinkgreve, 10. Bruce Newhard, 11. Mary Lou Allen, 12. Sheila McNamee, 13. Velvia Bringas, 14. Donna Geyer, 15. John Hatgi, 16.
Joan Holgerson, 17. Nessim Chitrit, 18. George Platkevitch, 19. Carlene Taber, 20. Barbara Hickey, 21. Mercedes Peterson, 22. Kay Dignom, 23. Jack
Brennan, 24. Judy Ramirez, 25. Charles Lessard, 26. Diane McLaren, 27. Gilbert Ferro, 28. John Hayes, 29. Moricho Tagoropulos. 30. Dick Cunningham,
31. Tom Catanzaro, 32. Rosalie Young, 33. Rosa Santos, 34. Sylvia Mann, 35. Marie Fraser.
















MALCOLM STONE
President


QUEENS

of

HEARTS







KINGS

of

DIAMONDS


MURRAY CORRIGAN
Vice President


ALICE CHAMBERS
Secretary


I./
ANTHONY NOBOA
Treasurer


JUNIORS


JOHN ALBRIGHT


RICHARD ALEGUAS


LEOLIA BAILEY


ANDREW BLEAKLEY


MARY ANN BRASSEL


JOAN BRENNAN


MARILYN CHAN


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RAUL BALQUIN



















JAMES CRAWFORD


HELENE deBOYRIE


VIRGINIA DIGNAM


BILL DROSTE


CARMEN DUCRUET


LOUISE EDMONSON


MARY FERNANDEZ


VICTOR FISHER


ANDREW FRASER


DARIO GONZALEZ


GEORGE HARRIS


JOHN DAVIS


JOHN DAVIS


JAMES FACER


BEN FAVORITE


DAN GEORGE


TOM GIBSON


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GOLD HATGI
GOLDY HATGI


LEE COTTON


JOYCE COOKSON


LARRY COTTON













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PAMELA HAWTHORNE
PAMELA HAWTHORNE


NICKY LAMIS


ROBERT HENSON


ROLAND LEES


JEAN JANKO


MICHAEL LETCHKO


JOSEPH LOWE JOAN McKENZIE


GENE McGAUGHEY


JOAN McQUITTY


AVRIL MURRAY CAROL NEWHARD


JOHN PABON


MARIA PEREZ


ELAINE O'HAYER


FRED PHILLIPPI


PATRICIA KELLY


HERBERT LEWIS


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TERRY POWELL ANTONIO PRENZLAU


ESTHER REYNOLDS


PATRICIA RODDY ANTONIA ROSADO


SONIA ROSELLO


DIANE SCHEIDEGG


DON SMITH
DON SMITH


ELAINE SIEVERS


STANLEY SMITH


GERALD SKELLY


WILLIAM STEVENS


MARTHA SWALM


DEMETRO TAGAROPULOS
DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS


MARCY RUDGE


BETTY SMITH


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MATIAS REVES
MATIAS REVES


BILL PRICE






FRESHMAN --- SOPHOMORE BRAWL






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Standing: Nancy Montibello, president; Joe Hannigan, vice-president.
Seated: Louise Tate, secretary; Mary Orr, treasurer.


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Diego Morgaret
Alfaro Allen


Jay Joan
Cunningham Curtis


Diane Joe
Hannigan Hannigan


Donna Louise
Humphrey Johnson


James Robert
Ambrose Anderson


Jack Edith
Dougan Eckhoff


Flora Caroline
Harte Hauser


Lieda
Kleefkens


Shirley Andreo
Anderson Armstrong


Ed Veronia
Ellzey Fisher


Tommy Marva
Head Henson


Guylen Pot
Lane Leach


Mary-Jo
Aycock


Sarah Rupert
Barfield Chin


Felipi Madelon
Garcia Garret


David Diane
Heres Heres


Margaret Miretta
Leigh Lindsey


Ricardo Le Roy
Lorences Lucky


Jock Robert Judy
MacKaig MacSparran Malcolm


Nancy Sally
Montebello Morland


Ardis
Phillips


Pauline
Pincus


Julio Michael
Scott Skelly


Louise
Tate


Barbara
Thrift


Lily
Prospect


Lydia
Smith


James
Taylor


Joy
Rettingar


Allen
Robinette


Peggy
Roddy


Eileen Ernest
Rodgers Rodriguez


Pat John
Standly St phenson


Lynn
Wikingstad


Luticia
Young


Sam
Morris


Kathy
Hamilton


Dick
Home


Luke
Pa'umbo


Diane
Peterson


Shirley
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Janice
Roscoe


Mark
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Annette Sally
Bonzoumet Bigelow


Kathleene
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Dennis Brian
Corrigan Cox






Diane Lynda
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Johnson Lees


Patrica
Maedl


Deanna
Brittell


Bernard
Craig


Michael
Brians


Ray
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James
Hanna


Lindgren


James Gail George
Maccubbin Macpherson Mercier


Antonietta Jean
Capitani Chambers


Barry
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Dean
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Ruby
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Dorothy
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Tonette James
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Mary Sandra
Morland Motto


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David
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Margery
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Sandra
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Terry Robert
Louis Lowe





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Sam Donald
Newhard Nolan


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C (r El Rg E FRESHMEN

Shep Kenny Janet Jeanette Judy
Shine Stone Swicegood Swicegood Tipton


Ross John
Tobin Wall






Barbara Bob
White Williford


Wayne
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Jack
Wright


Joseph
Whitaker


Marilee
Wyatt


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John
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Frank
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION

One purpose of the STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION is to promote
unity among the students.
This vital organization has for its members nearly all the
student body which elects a Student Council consisting of four
officers and a representative from each homeroom. The Assistant
Treasurer is appointed.
Officers for 1953-1954 were Tom Catanzaro (president, first
semester), Diane Scheidegg (vice president, first semester, and
president, second semester), Maricha Tagaropulos (secretary), Top-
per Didier (treasurer), and Alice Chambers (assistant treasurer).
Carol Newhard was elected vice president for the second semester.
Mr. Jacques Cook served as sponsor.
Through the purchase of membership tickets, the students re-
ceive the "Trade Wind," CARIBBEAN, and admission to all school
dances, plays and athletic contests. All the awards-sports, dra-
matics, music-are provided for by the SA.



STUDENT COUNCIL

Front row left to right : Tom Catanzaro, Diane Scheidegg, Maricha Togaropulos, Topper Didier, and Alice Chambers; Second row
left to right: Jack Dougan, Stan Smith, Bob Williford, Kaiser Bazan, Carol Newhard, Sylvia Dinkgreve, Pat Maedl, Larry Cox,
Charles Lessord, Donna Humphrey, and Sandra Keane. Insert: Mr. Jacques Cook, sponsor.











The Athletic Council is composed of Student Association
alternates elected by each homeroom, and the Vice Presi-
dent and Assistant Treasurer of the SA. The Council is in
charge of the gate at all sport events in which CHS par-
ticipates.

This year's officers were Diane Scheidegg, President,
and Alice Chambers, Treasurer. The sponsor was Mr.
Eugene Gregg.








ATHLETIC COUNCIL


Front row (left to right : Diane Delany, Diane Scheidegg, Judy Henriquez, Jean Janko, Velvia Bringas. Second row left to right
John Coffey, Modelon Gorrett, Alice Chambers, Sandra Motta, Pat Kelly, Ernie Rodriquez. Insert: Mr. Eugene Gregg, sponsor.







National Honor Society
The Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor
Society, sponsored by Miss Jeanne Brown, requires
its members to be outstanding in Character, Scholar-
ship, Leadership, and Service. The members are:
Maricha Tagaropulos, president, Alexis Vila, vice
president, Barbara Hickey, secretary, Alice Hannigan,
treasurer, Mary Lou Allen, Charles Lessard, Marian
Didrickson, Ann Maccubbin, George Platkevich, Carol
Newhard, Diane Scheidegg and Don Smith.


Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is an
honor society which recog-
nizes outstanding high
school journalists. In or-
der to become a member
a student must be in the
upper half of his class, and
have done superior jour-
nalistic work.
Pictured left to right
are: 1st row: Aurora Lim.
2nd row: Tom Catanzaro,
Velvia Bringas, Marian
Didrickson, Ann Maccub-
bin, and Mr. Carl Serger,
sponsor.


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Pictured left to right are: 1st row: Ann Maccubbin, secretary; Diane McLaren, president; Sylvia
Mann, treasurer. 2nd row. Marian Didrickson, Marie Fraser, Margaret Leigh, Andrea Armstrong.
3rd row: John Stevens, Polly Pincus, Sally Morland, Bernadette Lees, Doris Pabon.
The Torrid Zone Wizards was organized in 1942 by Mr. Carl Maedl.
All members must have a good scholastic standing and have taken an
active interest in science classes.


National Art

Honor

Society

Many events contributed to
a full and profitable year for
all NAHS members-a field
trip, two luncheons, and ex-
hibits and the initiation of
new members. It was organ-
ized by Miss Mary Worrell in
1943. Mr. Jarvis succeeded
Miss Worrell as sponsor upon
her retirement.







Torrid Zone


Wizards


1st row: Felipe Garcia, Rupert Chin, Tom Gibson, Alexis Vila, president, George Platkevich, vice president, Ezra Attia. 2nd row: Mr.
Pfau, sponsor, Andy Blakely, Jack Brennan, Babs Hickey, Diane Scheidegg, secretary, Merilyn Chan, Charles Lessard, John Hatgi, Richard
Sasso. 3rd row: Alice Chambers, Danny George, Stan Smith, Topper Didier, Larry Cox, Don Smith.


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Organized in 1944 to stimulate interest in the
theatrical arts, the Dramatics Club has become one
of the most active clubs in Cristobal High. With the
support of this club the dramatic productions this
year were most successful.
One of the greatest honors a member of the
Dramatics Club can receive is membership to the
National Thespian Society. To be eligible for Thes-
pian membership a student must earn ten points on
some phase of dramatics throughout the school year.


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Front row: A. Hannigan, A. Rosado, C. Hauser, P. Pincus, J. Cookson, V. Bringas, R. Santos, M. Chan and Maricha Tagaropulos.
2nd row: A. Vandergrift, V. Dignam, J. Romirez, S. Rosello, A. Maccubbin, M. Fernandez, M. L. Allen, and M. Didrickson. 3rd row:
C. Taber, D. Hannigan, S. McNamee, Miss Anderson, D. McLaren, L. Bailey, D. Geyer, and C. George. This year's officers were: Alice
Hannigan, president, Carol Newhard, vice president, and Leolia Bailey, secretary.


F. T.A.


The Future Teachers of America, under the sponsorship of Miss Adamary Anderson,
is a club in which the members make an effort to become acquainted with fundamentals
of the teaching profession.


The "21" Club consists of twenty-one members, each representing one of the
twenty-one Latin American Republics. Each member is assigned a Latin American coun-
try about which to seek information and to write an essay of 800 to 1,500 words.
Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Guest speakers
are invited from time to time to talk on various Latin American Republics.
The aim of the "21" Club is to advance Pan-americanism. The club is sponsored by
the Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club.


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Left to right, Ist row: Robert Taylor, Ezra Attia, Demetrio Tagaropulos, Anthony Noboa, Alexis Vila, Barry Davison, George Mercier.
Middle row: Kaiser Bazon, Larry Cox, George Gerchow, Dario Gonzalez, William Stevens, George Plakevich, Felipe Garcia, Mr. James
Stearns, sponsor. Back row Lamoine Werlein, Dale Cockle, John Albright, Dick Cunningham, Bruce Newhard.


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CRISTOBAL JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB


The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club, probably the largest club in CHS, has
a membership of sixty-three, thirty-five of which are really active. There
are plenty of rifle matches during the year, giving lots of opportunities for
winning medals and other awards. The officers for this year are Johnny
Hatgi, President; Johnny Albright, Vice-President; Diane Scheidegg, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, and Donna Geyer, Executive Officer.










The Cristobal Junior Rifle Club Var-
sity is composed of the ten top shooters
of the club. Last year, teams from the
Varsity beat every rifle team on both
sides of the isthmus, coming in first in
the Gallery League. They also placed
fifth in the nation in the U. S. Postal
Matches.
THE VARSITY The "Annie Oakleys" of the club
have really been shooting it up and
THE GIRLS' RIFLE TEAM
can give any team keen competition.
These gals also placed with the top
shooters of the nation.






Donna Geyer and Johnny Hatgi both have
won the Distinguished Rifleman Medal. This
Medal is the highest award in Junior shooting.


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R. O. T. C.


Top rating on Field Night was the highlight of the
ROTC year. Other successful events included the
"Battalion Review," an informal dance held early in
January, and the Awards Ball at the Coco Solo Of-
ficers' Club.

Since 1950, the first year of the Cristobal High
School Reserve Officers' Training Corps, the Corps
has steadily improved, in both appearance and
knowledge. The reviews this year were of an un-
usually high calibre; the most important being in
honor of Major General L. J. Whitlock, Commanding
U. S. Army Caribbean, who arrived by helicopter.


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The Rifle Team, sponsored by Sgt. Lewis Segal,
and Usher Squads were two successful functions in
which the boys gave freely of their time; resulting
in the student body's having greater pride in the Unit.

Captain Lober was a vital factor in the better-
ment of the Corps. It was through his time, knowl-
edge, and ability that the cadets put forth their best
efforts. The Sergeants-"Scotty" Mclnnes, Lewis Se-
gal, and Robert Robinson-also displayed spirit and
willingness to add to the prestige of the ROTC and
to Cristobal High School.




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Focus ... shutter speed ... light-
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items were covered by the Camera
Club sponsored by Sgt. Mclnnes.
Various styles of cameras were
made available to club members
free of cost.


Members are: 1st row: Carlene Taber, vice president, Ann Maccubb;n president Syla
Dinkgreve, secretary-treasurer (not pictured). 2nJ r.: Jack Dougan Alexs Vila
Bootsie Levis. 3rd row: Donna Geyer, Leolia Bailer Mar.e. Fra;i Kay D.gnam Frank
Alberag. 4th row: Virginia Chan, Marilyn Char E:'er Re-c,ild D.ane Schcidegg
Dennis White. 5th row: Felipe Garcia, Ted Chin, Eduardo Vila Rupert Ch.n


LIBRARY



Pictured left to right ore: Antonietta Capi-
tani, Sally Bigelow and Diana Brittel who
help Miss Brown (seated), librarian, keep
our up-to-date, well-stocked library in per-
fect order.


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The CHS Band has given us enjoyable
music at many of our school activities.

This year, for the first time, the CHS and
the BHS bands got together and gave com-
bined concerts at both Cristobal and Balboa.
The also played at the dedication of the
Goethals' Memorial.

The bands played under the joint direc-
tion of Mr. Victor Herr of BHS and Mr. O. E.
Jorstod of CHS.


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C. H. S. GLEE CLUB




Could you imagine CHS without music?
Certainly not, for music has become part of
the spirit of our school. Assemblies, Pro-
grams, Games, Holidays, Graduation, Bac-
calaureate-all have been gloriously high-
lighted with our music. Special programs of
the year were the Christmas Festival and the
Spring Music Festival all featuring the Glee
Club, Orchestra and Band. All have been
produced under the capable hand of our
Director, Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad.





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1953- 1954 CHEERLEADERS


Left to right: Betty Smith, Helene deBoyrie, Joan MacKenzie, Pat Kelly, Sandra Motto, Barbara Hickey,
Shirley Peterson, Mercedes Peterson.


The cheerleaders deserve a lot of credit for their loyal support, fighting spirit, and
leadership at all the games. Whether the day was fair or stormy you would always
find them there cheering their team on to victory.
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Highlighting the year's football activities was the crowning of the football queen
by Captain Jody Roberson at the annual Homecoming Dance. Included in the court
were Mercedes Peterson escorted by John Hayes; Mary Lou Allen escorted by Larry Cox;
Marian Didrickson escorted by Ralph Reccia; and Judy Henriquez escorted by Richard
Sasso.


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SPORTS

From the Football Jamboree to the Bal-
boa Relays for the boys, and from the first
volleyball serve to the final basketball
whistle for the girls, Cristobal High School
had a full and enjoyable sports year. It
was a year punctuated with
thrills and disappointments, -,
with excitement and, some---
times, gloom.


To the coaches Mrs.
O'Brien, Mr. Palumbo, and
Mr. Moser-and to the many
boys and girls who wore Cris-
tobal's fighting colors, go our
thanks and admiration for a
great 1953-1954 sports
record.


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The Girls' Varsity is an exclusive sports club. It is composed only of
the girls who have proved themselves outstanding in sports. To become
a member a girl must participate in at least two all-star sports in one year.


BOYS' "C" CLUB


To be a mem-
ber of the Boys'
"C" Club is one
of the highest
honors an athlete
may achieve in
CHS. A boy must
letter in a Varsity
sport and then
must be voted in-
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D. Smith, E. Didier, E. Smith, S. Morris, C. Lessard.



BASKETBALL

Champs again! For the fifth straight year, Cristobal's varsity basket-
ball team enjoyed a winning interscholastic season. Showing deft ball
h.irr.dhr.g and accurate shooting, the Tigers played every game hard and
clean.


Standing: R. Henson, A. Robinette, A. Lung, F. Phillippi, B. Price, N. Lamis, R. Chin,
Coach L. Palumbo. Kneeling: T. Head, J. Longo, D. Garcia, L. Palumbo, D. Haw-
thorne, R. Lowe.


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SEASON RECORD
81 ..............................Balboa High 31
43 ............. ..........Junior College 32
56 ...........................Balboa High 32
37 ... ...................Junior College 35
34 .. ............. Balboa High 21
45 ....................Junior College 36
25 ....... ...........Athletic Club 40
41 ...........................Athletic Club 42


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FOOTBALL JAMBOREE

The 4th Annual Football Jamboree was
one of the school year's "High Lights."

Four powerful football teams fought hard
for the beautiful trophy donated to the
winners by the firm Smoot and Hunnicutt.

Judy Henriquez was chosen as Cristobal's
Jamboree Queen.

All four teams were lied al six points
each, and s;nce defense was the next point
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Front row, L. to R.: Marie Fraser, Carlene Taber (capt.), Louise Edmonson. Back row, L. to R.: Judy
Ramirez, Diane Hannigan, Diane Scheidegg, Alice Hannigan, Betty Smith, Carol Newhard, Mary Lou
Allen. Not pictured: Aurora Lim, Shelia McNamee.


Front row, L. to R.: Donna Humphrey, Toddy Dignam, Doris Pabon (capt.), Velvia Bringas, Carolyn
Sanders. Back row, L. to R.: Peggy Roddy, Rosalie Young, Eileen Rodgers, Sandra Motta, Elaine
Sievers, Shirley Peterson, Jeanette Swicegood.


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Front row L. to R.:Betty Smith, Alice Hannigan, Jean Janko, Carol Newhard, Corlene Taber, Mary
Jo Aycock. Back row, L. to R.: Diane Hannigan, Marcy Rudge, Louise Edmonson (capt.), Diane
Scheidegg, Marie Fraser. Not pictured: Aurora Lim.


Front row, L. to R : Eileen Rodgers, Margaret Leigh, Peggy Roddy (capt.), Velvia Bringas, Alice
Lim. Back row, L. to R.: Toddy Dignam, Rosalie Young, Doris Pabon, Diane Heres, Shirley Peterson,
Judy Tipton, Patty Maedl.


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FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Brassel, Sheil McNamee, Donna Geyer, Velvio Bringos Judy Romirez, Isabel Serventi. BACK ROW: Mr.
Carl Serger (sponsor), Electra Rosania, Ann Maccubbin, Carlene to ber. Marie Fraser, Marion Didrickson, Tom Catanzaro. Not pictured
Ralph Reccao, Jody Roberson, Joan Holgerson, Eddo Ulrich, and Aurora Lim.






CARIBBEAN STAFF






The Journalism Class of 1953-54 hopes that you have enjoyed this "Big Deal." It
has taken many "aces" and "wild cards" to put together what we hope will be remem-
bered as a good yearbook.


We're especially grateful to Sosa Studios of Panama City; to Wayne Wall who
took most of our non-portrait pictures; to Mr. Ben Granger of the St. Petersburg Printing
Co., our printers; to the administration and staff of Cristobal High School, whose co-
operation was certainly appreciated; and to all the students who did what they could
to help us.


Tom Catanzaro was editor of the "Big Deal," Donna Geyer was in charge of
art work, and Sheila MacNamee was business manager.



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Thanks For a Great Deal - -




Yes, CHS thanks and promises patronage to the business men of
Colon who advertise in school publications.

To our PUSHING PATRONS, listed below, goes our gratitude, too.
We hope their investment in this 1954 Caribbean gives them a great
deal of pleasure.


Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Catanzaro

Sgt. and Mrs. Douglas A. Mclnnes

Capt. and Mrs. William J. Lober, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Oberholtzer

Mr. and Mrs. Duke Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Catanzaro

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Brogie

Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis Segal

Capt. and Mrs. Earl J. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty"

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McNamee

Mr. and Mrs. Sixto Ramirez

Mrs. Carolina Hilzinger

Vincent Infuse

Cmdr. and Mrs. A. L. Maccubbin

Mrs. Marie K. Fraser

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pretto

Mr. Edmund Ullrich


Mr. and Mrs. Carl Serger

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Dicosta

Mr. Terrance R. McNamee

Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Cox

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Didier

Mrs. E. J. Dignam

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sievers

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Edmonson

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Reccia

Lois Scheidegg

Barbara Egolf

Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Geyer

Capt. and Mrs. C. G. Didrickson

Senior Girls' Lunch Table

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Newhard

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taber

Mr. H. M. Fraser


SPOTLESS DRY CLEANERS

Guaranteed Rapid Service
Frederico Boyd Ave Telephone
and 15th St. No. 5056 767-L


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Compliments of


Captain C. B.


Fenton


Congratulations
to the Class of '54




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COLON, R. DE P.


The

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Vacarro Line

With Every Success
to the
Graduating Class of 1954


Compliments of


CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION

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


and
Best Wishes
to the Class of '54

Masaatda /load

Colon
Masonic Temple


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COLON


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HERFF-JONES is Proud to hove
been Chosen to Manufacture
Your Class Ring


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Melendez Avenue
Between 10 and 11 Streets
COLON




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Colon



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Panama


Moses, Maduro
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Insurance Co.


LOUIS R. DUCRUET
OFFICE-FRONT ST. COLON


Compliments of



COU PIIflII HPllQIUVL, S. If.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1954

ITALIAN LINES STEAMSHIP CO.



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C. CASULLO JEWELRY

Agent For:
MIDO-MULTIFORT, superoutomatic,
waterproof,
shock-proof, non-magnetic


Bestfit Clothes



11th STREET COLON


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FARMACIA DARIEN

J. E. SOLIS & CIA., LTDA.
CALLE 11 Y AVENIDA BALBOA NO. 10,087


APARTADO 252 TELEFONO 511
COLON, R. de P.


Colon Import


Colon Import & export Co., Ltd.
WHOLESALERS


452 BOLIVAR AVENUE COLON


Compliments to the CLASS OF 1954



SMOOT- Y-HUNNICUTT


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Telephone 800 Colon, R. P.

Distributors

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Equipped with
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RAWLINGS FOOTBALL EQUIPMENT


Isthmian Representative
P. O. Box 3117
Panama City


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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

"GREAT WHITE FLEET"


Fast freight express service
From New York to Cristobal


Sailings of twelve passenger vessels weekly
From Cristobal to


EW YORK NEW ORLEANS U. S. WEST COA;
First Class Accommodations


"Sewed /e Amesica"


"-El [I i CONGRATULATIONS


TO THE


CLASS OF '54






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16th and Central Avenue
Colon


Telephone 74
Colon


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from


SHAWS


COLON PANAMA


Compliments of

Kam's Super Market
Refreshment Parlor
Fresh Vegetables Tender Meats
Variety in Groceries


Compliments of




th and Front Telephone 77 Colon

11th and Front Telephone 77 Colon


WOl CHFHI1G, S. A.
General Hardware
COLON PANAMA


Francisco, '30 Frances, '51
Francisco, Jr., '52 Donna, '63


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Exclusive Recapping Agents for Goodyear
For "Service That Counts" Day or Night
Road Service, Repairs, Overhauling
Body and Fender Work

9th and 10th St. Melendez Ave.
Ph. Colon 422 Prop. Alfredo Mirando


Page 94


Compliments of

MADUROS
Junior Miss Wearing Apparel and
Sports Clothes

Colon Panama


Cortesia Compania


DIERS and ULLRICH,


Distributors of 7-Up and Refrescos Tropicales


Compliments of


AGENCIA SI/EARS

REPRESENTATIVES FOR O EARS, ROEBUCK AND (O0


PANAMA


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