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THE CARIBBEAN STAFF OF 19 56



Presents




Time:
September, 1955 to June, 1956

Place:
In and Out of C.H.S.



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The Carribbean Staff of Cristobal High School

presents

AS YOU LIKE IT

PRODUCTION STAFF

Director Mr. Beck

Prompter Miss Rosenia

Producers The Teachers

CAST
(In order of their appearance)

Leading Roles Seniors

Stars Hall of Fame

Supporting Roles '. Juniors

Understudies Sophomores and Freshmen

SCENES

Act I: Activities
Act II: Sports
Act III: Music






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For your expoundation of the
principles of character,
scholarship, leadership, and
service .

For your tireless efforts on
our behalf .

For your patience and preseverance
To you. Miss Jeanne Brown, we
dedicate

THE 19 56 CARRIBBEAN



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"To live in hearts we leave behind, is
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MR. PAUL BECK
Principal
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MISS VILMA ROSANIA

Secretary

Canal Zone Junior College

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MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON

BA, Florida State College for Women

MA, University of Michigan

American Institutions

U. S. History

FTA Caribe Club Sponsor

Girls' Counselor



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MISS JEANNE BROWN

Librarian

Stephens College

BA, University of Missouri

MA, University of Missouri

Library Training

National Honor Society Sponsor



CAPT. JAMES CLOUD
Military II and IV



MRS. ANNE GEGG.
M.S., Cornell University

Spanish

French

Latin

Dramatic Club Sponsor



MR. NOEL GIBSON
BS, Bradley University

Mechanical Drawing
Metal Shop

Rifle Club Sponsor



MR EUGENE GREGG

aA, Canal Zone Junior College

BA, Colo.ado State College

Modern World History

Social Studies
Athletic Council Sponsor







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CHARLES FINNIGAN
Military II



MR. O. E. JORSTAD

BM, Concordia Conservatory of Music

MA, University of Michigan

Orchestra

Chorus

Band




M/SGT. ROBERT GARDNER
Military I



MR. JAMES LASTER

BA, University of New Mexico
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MRS. ALFHILD MAEDL

BA, Gustavus Adolphus College
English



MR. PAUL MOSER

BS, East Stroudsbury State Teachers

College

Physical Education

Health





MR. CARL F. MAEDL

BE, Moorhead Teachers College

MA. Columbia University

Guidance

Biology

Junior Class Sponsor

Boys' Counselor



MRS. EILEEN OBRIEN
AB, San Diego State College
Physical Education
GAA Sponsor





,MR BERNARD MAZZONI

M.E.D., Pennsylvania State University

Algebra

Math

Freshman Class Sponsor



MR. LUKE PALUMBO

BS, Northwest Missouri State College
Physical Education

Health
"C Club Sponsor



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MR. ROBERT McCULLOUGH

MA, Colorado State College of Education
Early World History
\ Social Studies



MRS. MARGERY PETERSON

BS, New York State College for Teachers

Shorthand

Typing

SA Financial Advisor





MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS

BS, University of Wyoming

Household Arts

Cafeteria



MRS. GRACE PfAU

BS, Valley City State Teachers ( ollege

Household Arts

English

Art

Jr. Higii Dramatics Ckib Sponsor





MR. JAMES PFAU

BS, Valley City State Teachers College

MA, University of Minnesota

Chemistry

Physics
SA Sponsor



MRS. DOROTHY SMITH

AB, Ohio Northern University

MA, Denver University

English

Senior Class Sponsor

Cheerleader Sponsor





MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL

BA, New York University

MA, Columbia University

Spanish

Jr. High SA Sponsor



MR. KARL SHIRLEY

BA, Texas Christian University

M. Ed., West Texas State

Trigonometry

General Math

Geometry

Algebra

Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor





MR. CHARLES T. REEVES

BA, Arizona State College
BS, Arizona State College
MA, Arizona State College

Woodshop
Driving Cours* Instructor



MR. JAMES STEARNS

BS, University of Florida

MA, University of Florida

Spanish

"21" Club Sponsor





MR FREDERICK SAUR

BS Ashland College

MA, Ohio State University

Journalism

English

Quill and Scroll Sponsor



MR ERNEST WRIGHT
AB, Oklahoma University
MA, Oklahoma University
Modern Business
English
Sophomore Class Sponsor





MRS. GLORIA SHATTO

BA, Rice Institute

Science

Zephyr Advisor



THEATRICAL REVIEW

By A Critic

The leading players of As You Like It began their careers as understudies. Led
by their head understudy, Donna Humphrey, and with such assistants as Vice-President,
Mary Orr; Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Roddy, the understudies arranged a beautiful
Carnival Dance and a successful assembly. Following tradition, they were beaten by
the Sophomores in the annual Freshman-Sophomore production, "Mud, Defeat, and
the Gauntlet."

From understudies, the drama lovers were promoted to assist with other produc-
tions of the school. Under their own leaders. President, Nancy Montibello; Vice-Presi-
dent, Joe Hannigan; Secretary, Louise Tate; Treasurer, Mary Orr; and on their own
initiative they contributed an amusing assembly and a marvelous dance for the enjoy-
ment of all. That year, breaking tradition, they were beaten in the Freshman-Sopho-
more Brawl. Their dramatists were not as athletic as the brawny scene-shifting
Freshmen.

Advancing up the ladder to stardom the class became the supporting players.
Under the capable leadership of President, Sally Morland; Vice President, Nancy Monti-
bello; secretary, Pauline Pincus; Treasurer, Pat Leach; the supporting players produced
an outstanding assembly on Panama's Independence and a scintillating Junior-Senior
Prom signifying "April in Paris."

On September 9, 1955, the supporting players became the LEADS! With their
leaders, Robert MacSparran, President; Mary Jo Aycock, Vice-President; Pat Leach,
Secretary; John Brackins, Treasurer; they were placed in the limelight and presented
an educational assembly in commemoration of Theodore Roosevelt and staged a vibrant
Christmas formal.

Putting forth their best efforts the leading players gave four years of fine service
to school productions. Graduating into more stellar and actual roles, the leading players
are sure to excel again in dramas of real life.



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OFFICERS

President Robert MacSparran
Vice President Mary Jo Aycock
Secretary Pat Leach
Treasurer John Brackins




ROBERT WATERS MacSPARRAN





PATRICIA ANNE I.EAC.H



"Mac"

Ancon. Canal Zone
June 29. 1938
"A rcrrifiL Senior "Prexy", cops with all."

Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Play Pro-
ductions 1.2,3,4; "Years Ago" 2; "Antic
Spring" 2; "The Bat" 3; "Time Out For
Ginger" 3; "Sabrina Fair" 4; "What a
Life" 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Accompanist
1,2,3,4; ROTC 1.2.4; Caribbean Staff
4. Football Team Manager 4; Dance Com-
mittees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2; National
Honor Society 4; "C" Club 4; Boys'

State 3. "xt T

Mary Jo

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

November 17, 1938

"A friendly smile and a cheerful air

add up to innumerable friends

for Mary Jo."

National Honor Society 3,4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 3,4; Dramatic Club 1,2;
Glee Club 1,2; Trade Wind 4; Editor 4;
Caribbean Staff 4. Pep Club 1.2; GAA
2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; Volleyball 1,3,4;
Allstars 4- Basketball 1,2,3,4, Allstars 3,
4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Allstars 1,2,3; Com-
mittees, Dances 2,5,4; Assemblies 2,3,4;
Comm. & Bad. 3; Sen. Class Vice-Pres.
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Girls' State 3; Bad-
minton 4; Hall of Fame.

"Pat"

Colon, Republic of Panama

July 26, 1938

"Nonchalant easy-going personality

in her wardrobe.

Athletic Council 1,4; Play Productions,

Sorry, Wrong Number' 3; "Sabrina
Fair" 4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians

t. Future Teachers of America 3,4; Glee
(lub 2; Band Secretary 3; Orchestra 1,2,
3,4; Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2; Intramural Sports, Volleyball

1,2,3.4; B.iskctball 1.2.3,4; Softball 2,3,4;
Badminton 4; Caribbean Girls' State 3;
Dance Committee 2; Jr. -St. Prom 5;
Senior Dance 4; FTA Assemble 4; Class

Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 4; Hall of

Fame 4. ..,

Johnny

Panama

July 30. 1936

"1 would rather be remembered by a son,

than by a victory."

St. Joseph's Brother's School 1,2; Play
Productions, "Sabrina Fair" 4; Dramatic
Club 3,4, Rifle Club 3,4; Glee Club 3.4;
ROTC 3.4; Intramural Sports 3; Varsity
Sports 3; Hall Duty 3.4; Committees 3;
Assemblies 3; Chess Club 3.




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MARGARET ALLEN

"Marge"

Ancon, Canal Zone

March 29, 1958

"Here's a cheerful gal,

well worth knowing."



SARAH EUNICE BARFIELD

Fort Myers. Florida

November 10, 1938

"Jolly, good natured, full of fun.

If you want a good friend, here Is one."

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; GAA
3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Sports & Allstars 3,4; Committees 1,2,3,4;
Assemblies 2,3.





JAMES EDWARD AMBROSE, JR

"Jimmy"

Colon, Republic of Panama

January 3, 1939

"The hand that follows

intellect can achieve."

National Honor Society 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 3.4; "The Bat" 3; "Time Out
For Ginger" 3; "Sabrina Fair" 4; Dra-
matic Club 3,4; Thespians 4; 21 Club 1;
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,5,4; Com-
mittees 2; Assemblies 2,3,4; Boys' State 3.




DOMINADOR BALDOMERO BAZAN

"Kaiser"

Colon, Republic of Panama

December 13, 1937

"Top man in the sports field.

Carefree and constantly on the go."

Student Council 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3;
Pj-esident 4, Athletic Council, Pres. 3;
21 Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3; President
4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Battalion Commander
4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; President 4; Intra-
mural Sports, Soccer 4; Football 1,2.3.4.
Varsity 2.3,4; All-Isthmian 3,4; Baseball
1.2,3,4; Varsity 1,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4;
Junior Varsity 2; Varsity 3,4; Track 1,
2,3,4; Basketball Mgr. 1; Football Court
4; Hall Duty 3,4; Dance Committee 1,
2,3.4: Assemblies 1,2,3,4; ASC 1,2,3,4



ANDREA LUREE ARMSTRONG

"Strongarm"

St. Louis, Missouri

September 14, 1938

"Forward and frolic glee was there.

The will to do, the soul to dare

National Art Honor Society 2- Glee
Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Intramural
Sports 1; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Assemblies.




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GEORGE WILLIS BLAND, JR.

"Willis"

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

December 4. 1937

"A little bit goes a long way."

Rifle Club 1. Orchestra 3; ROTC 12.




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RUPERT STEPHEN CHIN

"Rupe"

Colon, Republic of Panama

October 27, 1937

"A scholar knows nothing of boredom."

TorriH Zone Wizards, 1,2,3,4; 21 Club,
4; Camera Club, 2; ROTC, 1; Intramural
Sports, Basketball, 3; Softball, 3; Varsity
and AUstars, Basketball, 1,2,3; Track, 2;
Football, 3,4; Committees, 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom,
3; Jr. Assembly, 3; Campaign Assembly,
3.



JAY ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM

Colon, Republic of Panama

May 7, 1938

"Who ever started work should have fin-
ished it."

Band, 3; Orchestra, 3; ROTC, 3.





VIRGINIA CHIN

"Vir"

Colon, Republic of Panama

August 22, 1938

"The good and wise lead quiet lives."
Pep Club, 1,2,3; Intramurals, Volleyball,
1,2,3; Basketball, 3; Committees, 1,2; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3.



JOAN MARIE CURTIS

"Joanie"

San Diego, California

July II, 1937

"Simple and sweet in all her ways. She'll
be happy the rest of her days."

Athletic Council, 1; Dramatic Club, 2;
Glee Club, 1,2; Tradewind, 4; Caribbean
Staff, 4; Pep Club, 1,2; Intramural Sports.
1,2,4; Committees, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Dances
3,4.





JANET LOUISE CRAIG

Los Angeles, California

June 25, 1938

A regular swingster, and plenty rocking
rhythm!"



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ROBERT WAHL DAILEY

"Bob"

Panama

October 8, 1938

"His chudtle made the world shake.'

ROTC, 2,3,4.




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uiAiNt tVbLYN DELANEY

Colon, Republic of Panama

March 9, 1938

"She lives in peaceful harmony with the
world."

Student Council, 1; Athletic Council I-
Camera Club, 2; Glee Club, 2; Band' l'
Orchestra, 1; Pep Club, 1,2; Intramural
Sports, 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team, 2,3; Com-
mittees, 1,2,3,4; Asemblies, 2.



LUIS ELIZEY

"Louie"
Havana, Cuba
May 15, 1936

"Rather prone to folly, but never mel-
ancholy.'

Rifle Club, 1; Glee Club, 1; Orchestra, 1;
ROTC, 1,2,3,4; Softball, 1,2,3; Baseball,
1,2,3; Basketball, 1,2,3; Football, 1; Base-
ball, Varsity, 4.





JOHN PATRICK DOUGAN

"Jack"

Maryville, Missouri

January 2, 1939

"He's witty and radical, wise and good."

Student Council, 2,3,4,; Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards, 2; Play Productions, "Gramercy
Ghost," 1; "Swing Fever," 2; "The Bat,"
X Thespians, 3; 21 Club, 4; Rifle Club,
1,2,3,4; Camera Club, 2; Band, 1,2,3; Or-
chestra, 1,2,3; ROTC, 1,2,3,4; Tradewind,
4; Caribbean Staff 4; Assemblies, 1,3.



MARGARET L. EVANS

Puerto Castilla, Honduras

November 11, 1936



"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet.'

Balboa, 1,2,3; Intramurals, Basketball
1.2,3; Softball, 1,2,3; Volleyball, 1,2; UN
Club, 1; Ushers Club, 2,3.





EDITH ANN ECKHOFF

"Edy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
November 13, 1938

"Silence is golden, but we're off the gold
standard."

Pep Club, 1,2; GAA, 2,3,4; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball, 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,2,'
3,4; Badminton, 4; Varsity, Volleyball, '3'
Basketball, 2; Library Assistant, 1; Dance
Committees, 1,2,3,4; Assemblies,
Girls' State, 3.



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CHARLES C FEARS

"Charlie

Waterbury, Connecticut

April 1, 1938

"Jolly and certain of his stand, he'll have

fi>n in any land."
Homeroom Rep. 1; ROTC, 2.3,4; Capt.,
4; C Club, 3; Football JC, 1,2; Football,
3,4; Varsity, 4; Baseball, 3,4; Varsity, 3,4;
Soccer, 4; Boys' State, 3; AU-Zonian
Team, 4.




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ELIZABETH PATRICIA FEARS

"Betty"

Waterbury, Connecticut

April 1, 1938

"She was our queen, our rose, our star."

ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4; Tradewind 4;
Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 1,2; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4
Freshmen Basketball Coach 3; Spanish Club 2
Opening Day Assembly 4; Jr.-Sr. Dance 3
Christmas Dance 4; ROTC Dance 4; Girls
State 3; Football Queen 4; Hall of Fame 4;
Caribbean Staff 4.

MADELON GARRETT

"Butch"

Laredo, Texas

August 24, 1938

"So vivacious and gay, with a loving, winning
way."

Student Council 1,2,3,4; Secretary 4; Dramatic
Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club
1,2,3; Intramurals, Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Badminton 4; All-
Stars, Basketball 3.





LINDA FOSTER

"Lou"

September 18, 1938

"A tiny bundle of fun personfied.'

Glee Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Intramural
4; Comm. and Baccl. 3; Girls' State 3



Sports



GEORGE A. GERCHOW

Almirante, Bocas del Toro
December 26, 1936

"He is the mirror of all courtesy."

Student Council 3; 21 Club 2,i,4\ Glee Club
2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 3; ASC
1,2,3,4.







FELIPE GARCIA

Colon, Republic of Panama

September 29, 1938

"Our Scientific Genius."

Torrid Zone Wizzards 1,2,3,4; 21 Club 2,3;
Camera Club 2; Band 2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3.



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TIMOTHY JAY GILBERT

"Mouthy"

Des Moines, Iowa

"Silent and reserved, his mind the world
observed."

Band 2; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Hall Duty 1,2.



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FLORA AGNES D. HARTE

"Flo"

Daytona Beach, Florida

September 18, 1937

"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."

Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 1;
Volleyball 1,2; Softball 2; Library Assistant 4;
Dance Committees; Senior Dance 4; Assem-
blies 1.



DAVID HERES

Colon, Republic of Panama
February 4, 1936

"Silence is deep and eternal."

21 Club 4; ROTC 2; Intramurals, Soccer 3;
Softball 3; Basketball 3; Hall Duty 2.




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CAROLINE ADELE HAUSER
Balboa, C. Z.

"Not too studious, not too gay, she'll trod the
even middle way."

FTA 2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3;
Orchestra 2; Varsity, Basketball 3; Volleyball
4; Allstars, Basketball 1,3.



RICHARD B. HORNE

"Hornblower"

Cristobal, Canal Zone

February 24, 193S

'Never seen without 'That Look' in his eyes!
He definitely has a way!!!"

Student Council 4; Torrid Zone 'Wizzards 4;
21 Club 4; ROTC 1; Bowling 3,4; Football
3,4; Soccer 4; Track 3,4; Football Court 4;
Committees 3,4; Assemblies 1; Manager of
Baseball 1.





MARVA THERESA HENSON

Colon, Republic of Panama

November 24, 1936

"The girl with the brains . quiet and sweet."

Quill & Scroll 3; Tradewind 3; Caribbean
Staff 3; Intramurals, Volleyball, Softball; Li-
brary Assistant 4.






ANTHONY CLIFTON HO^WARD

Colon, Republic of Panama

December 21, 19 1"

"We grant although he has much wit he is
very shy of using it."

ROTC 1; Junior Assembly 3.



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DONNA JEANNE HUMPHREY

Colon, Republic of Panama

October 25, 1938

"In each cheek a dimple appears; they are
for laughter not for tears."

ROTC Sponsor 4; Tradewind Editor 4; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Football Court 4; ROTC
Dance 4; Senior Dance 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Opening Day Dance 2; Freshmen Dance 1;
Opening Day Assembly 2; Comm. and Bacd.
3; Class President 1; Student Council 3; Ath-
letic Council 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3; Volleyball All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball
All-Stars 1,2,3,4.

SHIRLEY ANNE KEEPERS

"Boots"

Colon, Republic of Panama

May 20, 1938

"Mild-mannered, without a worry in the
world."

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees 1;
Assemblies 1.





LOUISE ELIZABETH JOHNSON

"Tex"

Stanford, Texas

"A kind and steadfast mind has she."

Intramural Sports, Volleyball 3; Softball 3;
Basketball 3; Allstars, Softball 3.



LEIDA KLEEFKENS

Colon, Republic of Panama

January 25, 1939

"QUIET, but not idle."

Camera Club 2; Committees 1,2.





CAROLYN MARY JONES

"Jonesy"

Brooklyn, New York

September 5, I93S

A class mate everyone admires, for the wis-
dom she aspires."

Athletic Council 4; Dramatic Club 4; G.. 3,4-
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Allstars, Softball 3; Basketball 3.



GUYLEN ROBERT LANE

"Guy"

Richfield, Utah

August 13, 1938

"The blond-haired fellow with that catchy
smile!"

Rifle Club 1; Camera Club I; Glee Club 1,2,3;
ROTC 1,2; Soccer 4; Hall Duty 1,2; Commit-
tees 1,2,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; FTA Assembly





EDWARD WEBB LAWRENCE
"Ed-
New York, New York
May 9, 1937

"Education is the breath of hfe. But I am
short winded."

Play Productions 1,2; Rifle Club 1,2; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Hall Duty 1,2.3,4; Assemblies 1,2.



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HOWARD JESUS LEWIS

Cristobal, Canal Zone

January 6, 1936

"There is more in me than you understand."

Rifle Club 3; ROTC 1,2,3.



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MARGARET JEAN LEIGH

"Limey"
Colon, Republic of Panama

"A peppy little piece of humanity."

Student Council 1; Asst. Treasurer 3; NHS 3,4;
NAHS 1,2,3,4; Play Productions, "Graraercy
Ghost" 1; "Time Out for Ginger" 3; "Swing
Fever" 2; Dramatic Club 1,2,3; President 4;
Thespians 2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Tradewind 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2; Sec. 3; GAA
2,3; Sec.-Treas. 4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Sports and AUstars, Softball 2; Capt. 3;
Volleyball 3,4; Committees 1.2; Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Brawl Coach 4; Girls' State 3; Coun-
celor 4.

RICARDO ANTONIO LORENCES

"Rick"

Colon, Republic of Panama

October 30, 1937

"A likeable and sincere fella."

C Club 3,4; Football 2,3,4; All-Zonian Team
4; Comminees 1,2,3,4 Assemblies 1,2,3; Track
Manager 2,3,4; Brawl 4.




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MIRETTA CARLSEN LINDSEY (CHEEK)

"Retta"

Washington, D. C.

June 2, 1938

"Content to live, this is my story."

Play Productions, "Swing Fever" 2; Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1,2; Glee Club 2;
Band 1,3; Intramural Sports 1,2.3,4; Swim-
ming 1.2.3; Committees 2; Assemblies 2,3;
Girls' State 3.



ARMANDO LUNG

"Wamba"

Old Providence, Colombia

"A nice Joe, with ability on the mound."

ROTC 13; Baseball ,3,4; Junior Basketball 1.





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FLOYD McDERMITT

"Mindi"
January 21, 1938
Ancon, Canal Zone

"One who has both feet firmly planted
in the air."

ROTC, 1,3; C Club, 4; Varsity, Football,
1.3,4; Swimming, 1; Track, 1; Commit-
tees, 1; Assemblies, 1.

MARY OLIVE ORR

Colon, Republic of Panama

December 22, 1938

"Looks, personality, everything! All bound
up in a bundle of perpetual motion."

Athletic Council, 3; Play Productions, 1;
Dramatic Club, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club, i,2,4;
ROTC, Company E Sponsor, 4; Pep Club,
1,2; Volleyball, 1,2,3, Basketball, 1,2,3,4;
Jamboree Queen; Member of Queen's
Court; Committees, 1,2,3,4; Assemblies,
1,2,3,4; Class Officer, 1, Vice-President,
1; Treasurer, 2; Girls' State, 3.

SALLY JUNE MORLAND

"Sal"

Colon, Republic of Panama

February 21, 1938

"Sparkling laugh, completely at ease, her happy spirit

never dampens."
Batesburg-Leesville High School, 1; National Honor
Society, 4; Treasure, 4; National Art Honor Society,
2,3,4; Play Productions, "Years Ago," 2; "Sabrina
Fair," 4; Dramatic Club, 2,3,4; Vice-Pres., 4; Thes-
pians, 3,4; President, 4; Torrid Zone Wizards, 4;
Tradewmd, 4; Caribbean Staff, 4; Co-Editor, 4; Pep
Club, 2; Volleyball, 2,4; Softball, 2; Ring Commit-
tees, 3; J.-Sr. Prom, 3; Committees, 2,5,4; Assemblies,
2,3,4; Jr. Class Pres., 3; Girls' State, 3; Hall of Fame, 4.
DORIS JANE PABON
"Dos'
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 3, 1938

"Full of chatter and full of pep, never quiet, that's

her rep.
National Art Honor Society, 2; Dramatic Club, 1,2;
Glee Club, 1,2,3; Tradewind, 4; Caribbean Staff, 4;
Pep Club, 1,2; GAA, 1,2,3,4; Volleyball, 1,2,3,4; Bas-
ketball, 1,2,3,4; Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Allstars, Volleyball,
1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Baseball, 1.2,3,4; Com-
mittees, 1,2,; Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Homecoming, 1,2,3;
Assemblies, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club Concert, 3; Girls'
"tate, 3.

SAMUEL MORRIS, JR.

"Sammy"

Nargana, San Bias

January 14, 1936

"Slow and easy going guy; Mr. Basketball

in person."
ROTC, 1; C Club, 3,4; Intramural Sports,
3; Varsity Sports & Allstars, Basketball,
1,3,4; Track, 1,3,4.

LUKE TODD PALUMBO

"Lucius"

Trenton, Missouri

December 18, 1938

"A little work, and mostly play, blend to-
gether for a perfect day."

21 Club, 4; Glee Club, 1,2,3; ROTC, 1;
C Club, 3,4; Varsity, Basketball-J. V.-
1,2; Football, 1,2,3,4; Baseball, 3,4; All
Zonian Team, 4; Assemblies, 1,3; Brawl
Coach, 4; Committees, 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom,
3; Senior Dance, 4; Hall of Fame, 4.






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LUIS PEI.AEZ, JR.

"Louie"
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Happy the man who enjoys life."
21 Club 3.4; ROTC 1.2,3.4; ROTC
Rifle Team. 1,2,3.4; Intramural Sports,
Soccer 4; Hall Duty 1,2,3; Committees
4, Assemblies 4.



PAULINE MARIE PINCUS

"Sue"

Colon, Republic of Panama

February 28, 1938

"Quiet and mannerly admired by all

conscientious worker with unlimited

patience."

National Honor Society 3,4; Secretary
4, National Art Honor Society 1,2,3,4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Plays, "Antic
Spring" 2; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Thes-
pians 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; FTA 2; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Co-editor 4;
Pep Club 1,2; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball'
1,2.3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball All-
Stars 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr.
Ring Committee 3; Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Bowling Team 3,4; Girls' State 3.



DIANE CAROL PETERSON

"Pete"

Colon, Republic of Panama

"A sincere friend to all that know her."

Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
Pep Club 1.2, GAA 3,4; Intramural
Sports, Volleyball 1,2.3; Basketball 1,2,3;
Baseball 1,2,3, Varsity Sports, Volleyball
3. Basketball 3; Dance Committees;
Coronation, Jr.-Sr. Prom, Senior Dance;
Assemblies 1,2; Girls' State 3.



LILLIAN ANN PROSPECT

"Lily"

Binghamton, New York

January 23, 1939

"Softly spoken words and a dignified air."

Guantanamo Bay High School 1,2;
Torrid Zone Wizards 4, Pep Club 3;
Volleyball 3; Badminton 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Christmas Dance 4; Caribbean Girls'
State 3; Commencement and Baccl. 3-






SHIRLEY ELAINE PETERSON

"Shirl"

Colon, Republic of Panama

February 18, 1938

"Energetic, full of laughs,

a lovely blonde cyclone."

Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
ROTC Co-Sponsor 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4;
Pep Club 1; GAA 2,3,4; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,
1,4, Varsity 2,3.4; Football Court 4;
Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assembly 3-



JAMES MICHAEL REDMOND

"Mike"

Ancon, Canal Zone

April 16, 1938

"I did not come to learn;

1 came to laugh!

ROTC 4; Varsity, Football 4.




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MARY JACQUELYN RESHETER

"Jackie"

Anniscon, Alabama

July 27, 1937

"Polite and easy to get along with."

Athletic Council 1; Glee Club 1,3,4;
Pep Club 1; Library Assistant 1,2; Cafe-
teria Assistant 1; Committees 1,2; As-
semblies 1,2.



ERNEST GUILLERMO RODRIQUEZ

"Ernie"

San Jose, Costa Rica

March 10, 1938

"Nice to know, with a very pleasant way."

Athletic Council 1; 21 Club 1,2; ROTC
1,2; Varsity Sports, Football 2; Assemblies
2,3.





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Colon, Republic of Panama

May 27, 1938

"Very quiet and unassuming;

Weighty plans his mind is brewing."

Student Council 4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
ROTC 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 3,4; Football 2,
3.4, Baseball 2,3; Basketball 3; Track 3;
Member of Court 4; Assemblies 2,3;
Buys' State 3; Hall of Fame 4.



JANICE LEE ROSCOE

"Jan"

Needham, Massachusetts

December 1, 1937

"A little wit would please me more

by half; I didn't come to learn,

I came to laugh."

Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,
3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3;
Softball 1; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr
Sr. Prom; Class Assemblies 1,2,3.





MARGARET ANN MARY RODDY
"Peggy"

New York City, New York

August 9, 1938

"A top athlete who has helped

bring CHS glory

GAA 1,2,3,4; President 4; Vice-Pres. 3;
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team
2,3; Varsity & Allstars 1,2,3,4; Library
Assistant 1; Committee Chairman 1;
Soph, dance 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies
1,2,3; Comm. & Bad. 3; Girls' State 3;
Sec.-Treas. I.



LYDIA ELAINE SMITH

"Lyd"

Colon, Republic of Panama

September 6, 1938

"Best things come in small packages .

need we say more**"

Dramatic Club 1,2,3, Glee Club 1;
Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Library Assistant 1,2; Dance Committees
2; Assemblies 1,2,3.





PATRICIA KAY STANLEY

"Pat"

Charleston, West Virginia

December 2, 1938

"Life may h" real and earnest, but it sure
is fun!"

FTA 2.



LEWIS ARTHUR TABER

"Lewie"

Colon, Republic of Panama

October 9, 1938

"One of our Football Heroes!"

Student Council, 3; ROTC, 1,2,3,4; Var-
sity baseball, 2,4;' Football, 2,3,4; All-
stars, Baseball, 2,4; Football, 1,2,3,4;
Queens Court, 4.





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JOHN FRANKLIN STEPHENSON

"Johnny"

Andarko, Oklahoma

January 3, 1939

A friendly manner to all around him."

National Art Hotfor Society, 2; ROTC,
1,2.3,4; Committees, 1,2,3,4; Assemblies,
2.3.



ANGELA ROSE TYLER

Branchville, Virginia

October 15, l938

"Always there to lend a hand, where the
situation may demand."

Courtland High, 1,2; Granly High, 3;
Dramatic Club, 4; Volleyball, 4.





MARK CHARLES TIEDJE-SUGAR

"Marcus"

Cle%eland, Ohio

September 26, 1938

"It is the mind which makes the lad."

Play Productions, "The Bat," 3; "Time
Out for Ginger," 4; Dramatic Club, 2,3,4;
Thespians, 3,4; Glee Club, 2; Band, 2,3,4;
Orchestra, 3; ROTC, 2.3,4; Dance Com-
mittees, 2,3,4; Assemblies, 2,3,4; Boys'
State 3.



LUTICIA ROBINSON YOUNG

"Tishie"
Chicago, Illinois
January 10, 1938



"A friendly manner to all around her."

Glee Club, 1,2,3,4; Pep Club, 1; Volley-
ball, 1.2,3; Basketball, 1,2,3; SoftbaH, 3;
Cafeteria Assistant, 2; Committees, 1,2.
Jr.-Sr, Prom, 3; Assemblies, 1,2,3,4.




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Koosharem, Utah



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INITIATION




From the left (new inembers ) ; Fehpe Garcia, Rupert Chin, Sandra Motta, AHce Lim,
Carolyn Jones, Edith Eckhoff; (old members;: Allen Rubinette, Sally Mnrland, Mary
Jo Aycock, James Ambrose. Stie Pincus, Robert MacSparran, Mari^aret Leitjh, Paul Beck
Jo Aycock, James Ambrose, Sue Pinciis, Robert MacSparran, NLirgaret Leii;h. (prin-
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Ricardo Lorences
Donna Humphrey
Caroline Haiiser
Andrea Armstrong
Shirley Keepers
Feh'pe Garcia
Howard Lewis
Sally Morland
Sam Nforris
10. Edithanne Eckhoff
Kaiser Bazan

12. Mary Resheter

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Betty Fears
Sue Pincus
David Heres
Janice Roscoe
John Brack ins
Lewis Taber
Dick Home
Lydia Smith
Margaret Leigh
Rupert Chin
Diane Peterson
Mary Jo Aycock
Leida Kleefkens
Louise Jolinson
Pat Leach
Doris Pabon



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

MARGARET ALLEN leaves her quiet ways to Sandra Jones.

JAMES AMBROSE wills his R.O.T.C. commissions to his brother, John.

ANDREA ARMSTRONG wills her cute pony tail to Lois Stevens.

MARY JO AYCOCK leaves her ability for asking difficult questions to Jeanette Swicegood.

SARAH BARFIELD leaves her ability of dying her hair to Kathleene Brede.

KAISER BAZAN leaves his All-Isthmian position and football shirt to any Tiger that can fill it.

GEORGE BLAND wills his motorcycle jacket to his brother Harry.

JOHN BRACKINS wills his position of having money pass through his hands to any underclassman who likes the feel of it.

RUPERT CHIN leaves his number 12 shirt and the football bench to Keith Kulig.

VIRGINIA CHIN leaves her silence and her hidden talents to Adalia Prudence.

JANET CRAIG leaves her dancing feet to Wendy Cotton.

JAY CUNNINGHAM leaves it all.

JOAN CURTIS leaves her badminton racket to Lynda Geyer.

ROBERT DAILEY leaves willingly.

DIANE DELANEY just leaves.

JACK DOUGAN leaves his drum sticks to Bill Gibson.

EDITH ANN ECKHOFF leaves a certain object from J. D. and D. H. to any curious junior.

LUIS ELLEZY wills his ability to get along with the teachers to Don Nolan.

MARGARET EVANS

BETTY FEARS leaves her coronation crown, and position as R.O.T.C. Battalion Sponsor to any worthy junior girl.

CHARLES FEARS wills his ability not to get his name in the paper to Wendy Sasso.

LINDA FOSTER leaves all efforts to hold a typing speed of 30 to Pat Peck.

FELIPE GARCIA leaves his active brain to Eddie Pabon.

MADELON GARRETT leaves all the work of the S. A. Secretary to a lucky junior.

TIM GILBERT leaves ail his school problems behind.

GEORGE GERCHOW leaves his wardrobe to George Mercier.

FLORA A. HARTE leaves to Jo Ann, the mirror on the wall.

CAROLYN HAUSER leaves her piano fingers to Carol Lew.

MARVA HENSON leaves her typing speed to Linda Farrel.

DAVID HERES leaves his class troubles to Henry Mizrachi.

DICK HORNE leaves his physics problems to any physicist who can cope with them.

ANTHONY HOWARD leaves his masculine reserve to Bernard Craig.

DONNA HLJMPHREY leaves her pep, vitality, and giggles to Huey Lee.

LOUISE JOHNSON leaves her psychiatrists' couch to Sandra Hughes.

CAROLYN JONES wil's her immeasurable wit to Ruby Dodson.

SHIRELY KEEPERS wills her shorthand to anyone who can pass it.

GUYLEN LANE leaves it all to the deviL

EDWARD LAWRENCE wills his concentration of study to any absent-minded scholar.

PAT LEACH leaves her loud voice to Rosalie Radel.

MARGARET LEIGH wills her witty ways to David Stanley.

HOWARD LEWIS leaves his camera to Barry Davidson.

MIRETTA LINDSEY wills her long wavy hair to Mary Lou Dailey.

RICARDO LORENCES leaves his great singing voice to Milton Grover.

ARMANDO LUNG wills his right arm to the guy who thinks he is man enough to hold it.

ROBERT MACSPARRAN leaves his role in C. H. S.'s play productions to Chuck Crawford.

FLOYD McDERMITT wills his love of agriculture to Sam Newhard.

SALLY MORLAND leaves her other earrings to Lamoine Werlein and Bobby Joe Wiliford.

SAMMY MORRIS wills his basketball ability to Mac Concepcion.

MARY ORR leaves her solemn, quiet ways and love of lemonade to Sandra Motta.

DORIS PABON wills her sports personality to Marcela Leignadier.

LUKE PALUMBO leaves his height to Jo White.

LUIS PELAEZ, JR., leaves his membership in the 21-club to Alvaro Saborio.

DIANE PETERSON leaves her curly hair to Bunchy Gegg.

SHIRLEY PETERSON leaves her position as R.O.T.C. Sponsor to Pat Maedl and her place in the Queen's Court to Mary Morland.

SUE PINCUS leaves her paint brush to Brian Cox.

LILY PROSPECT leaves her sweet voice to Esther Droste.

MICHAEL REDMOND wills his driving ability and crazy car to Robert Lowe

MARY RF.SHETER wills her long hair to Grace Argo.

ALLEN ROBINETTE wills his place in the Hall of Fame to John Coffey or Bill Rankin.

LRNE.ST RODRIQUEZ leaves his fishing gear to Rachael Radel.

JANICE ROSfOE leaves her graduation cap and gown to her sister, Sandra.

LEONARD .SCRANTON wills his camera-shyness to Janet Swicegood.

I.YDIA SMITH wills her ability to dance the mambo and the cha-cha-cha, to Barbara White.

PAT STANI.IiY wills her pretty brown hair to Alicia Hicks.

JOHN STIiPHENSON leaves his physics homework to Ross Tobin, a brain.

LEWIS TABLR leaves his position as Football Captain to any junior worth of the honor.

MARK TFDJII-: SUGAR wills his scooter parking space to Phillip Hadarits.

ANCiELA TYI.IiR wills her place in the senior class to Terry Parker.

LUTIC:IA YOUNG leaves her ability to bark like a dog to John Wall.



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George Gerchow



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CLASS PROPHECY

The sirens shriek, the brakes squeek, the crowd is enormous. We are now in
front of McDemittt's Japanese Theater, just constructed by the multimillionaire,
FLOYD McDERMITT, in the heart of downtown New York. This esplendent edifice
was designed by the already famous ANTHONY HOWARD, who, with his partner,
FELIPE G/^RCIA, are now starting plans for a new Pentagon building to house Gen-
eral of the Army, ALLEN ROMINETTE, and his staff.

Tonight, June 4, 1966, is the night of all nights. The famous producer, RUPERT
CHIN, has collaborated with director JOHN BRACKINS to present their fabulously
new stage production "As You Like It" written by the noted author and playwright,
LEIDA KLEEFKENS, whose fame has been predicted by the established columnist,
JACK POUGAN, the top show of the forthcoming season.

Starred in this new extravaganza, is LINDA FOSTER as a not-too-nice play girl
who spends her time chasing ROBERT MACSPARRAN, recently graduated from
the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Introduced for the first time on Broadway*
will be the new dancing team of JAMES AMBROSE AND JANET CRAIG who re-
cently made their debute at the world famous Waldorf-Astoria, now owned and man-
aged by TIM GILBERT. Along with the previously mentione3 dance team, are
ANDREA ARMSTRONG and DORIS PABON who have just scored a hit on the
Decca Records, where they are starred as "The Harmonizers. They will interpret the
great LEWIS TABER'S musical composition The two teams have had a rapid rise
to stardom. ERNEST RODRIQLIEZ, the agent of the two teams, predict a great
future for tliese newcomers.

The spotlights are covering the New York skyline as the Cadillacs arrive for this
premier of premiers. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Post Master General of the United
States, has just alighted with his date for the evening, first woman Speaker of the
House LILP PROSPECT, who is dressed in a lavish evening gown of gold lame, which
has been rumored to have been designed by SHIRLEY PETERSON, who runs the
exclusive MiLadies Guest Shoppe, on 5th Avenue. Many of her models, including
PAT LEACH and MADELON GARRETT, are usherettes in the theater here tonight.
Driving up in his new Mercedes-Benz is stock car racer MICHAEL REDMOND and
his riding partner JAY CUNNINGHAM; and behind them I see them wo women
who have gained some little renown as psychiatrists, LOUISE JOHNSON and
LUTICIA YOUNG, having just been employed by the Mayo Clinic. Hhere they will
work with the eminenint brain surgeon, LUIS PAELEZ.

Curtain time is rapidly approaching and the invited guests are still arriving.
Here comes SARAH BARFILID and DIANE DELANEY, who have just invented
a way to keep the natural blond blond, and their escorts for the evening, KAISER
BAZAN, who has been elected as Ail-American Fullback for the past three years, and
BOB DAILEY, well known physist, who is working on the Nitrogen Bomb.

Retiring into the theater we find, assuming seats. Dean of Vassar College, LEON-
ARD SCRANTON, and MARYJO AYCOCK, who is private veterinarian for Wild
Game Hunter JOHN STEPHENSON. Further down in front are DIANE PETER-
SON, CAROLYN JONES, and FLORA HARTE, whose Eye, Ear and Tluoat Clinic
has proved a big success; and there's MARGARET EVANS who has become famous
for inventing an Automatic.Diaper-Changing-Machine.

The lights dim and the curtains part. Out step EDITHANN EECKHOFF and
RICARDC LORENCES, your Mistress and Master of Ceremonies for the night. They
express theii pleasure at seeing such a crowd and call to mind the fact that PEGGY
RODDY, DONNA HUMPHREY, and LYDIA SMITH could not be here tonight
as they are competing in the '66 Olympics in San Francisco. And now the curtain rises.
There are mixed "ohs and ahs' as one is immediately aware of the striking set de-
signed by MARVA HENSON and VIRGINIA CHIN. As the play commences, no-
tice is taken of the magnificent job of lighting being done under the supervision
of MARK SUGAR. The stage manager. DAVID HERES, has made certain that noth-
ing will go wrong and the play is an immediate and tremendous success.

The cast receives a st.indint; ovation which lasts for eight minutes, and the
orchestra conductor, CAROLINE HAUSER, is lauded for her excellent work.




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impresario, and the bill room is crowded to overflowini;. Just arriving are JOAN
CURTIS, JANICE ROSCOE, and ANGELA TYI ER, hair stylists whose 4th Avenue
shop is the race of all society matrons. Life photographers DICK HORNE and
HOWARD LEWIS can be seen taking snaps of MARGARET LEIGH, first woman
in Parliament, and GEORGE GERCHOW, foreign embassador to Costa Rica.

Right now MARY RESHETER, MARGARET ALLEN, and SHIRLEY KEEPERS
who have just opened as a sister trio at the Latin Quarter are trying to vc- major
league ball players, ARMANDO LUNG and LUIS ELLEZY to do a tan routine with
them.

LUKE PALUMBO, private dentist, and MIRETTA LINDSEY. private senog-
rapher. are seen discussing tonight's performance with famed critics PAT STANLEY
and GUYLEN LANE. I cannot hear what they are saying, but it seems favorable.

The attractive BE'l'I'Y FEARS and her portrait painter, SUE PINCUS, have just
entered and are surveying the crowd There is star basketball player SAM MORRIS
who just recently played against the world famous Globe Trotters. MARY ORR is
hostess for the occasion.

SALLY MORIAND, the world's best known earring designer and model, has just
arrived in her new Rolls Royce convertible, wearing one of her latest creations. Right
behind her comes GEORGE BLAND who has just starred in "Pink and Black Tri-
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION



The Student Association is composed of a represntative elected from each home
room and a cabinet which direct the proceedings. The cabinet consists of a President,
Vice-President, Secretary. Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer elected by the student
body.

The Student Association sponsors many school activities. Membership costs less
than if the students were to pay for each activity, inter-cholastic game, and the year-
book individually.

Ail the awards sports, dramatics, music are provided for by the student Asso-
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(Pictured from left ro right): Back row: Wilhaiii Bird, CJiuck Crawford, Allen
Robinette, Jack Dougan, D'^k Home. Middle row: Huey Lee, Diane Hickey, Steffi
Beck, Carolyn Sanders, Alice Lim, Marie Bleaklcy. Front row: Cabinet Madelon
Garrett, Secretary; Kaiser Bazan, President; Sandra Motta, Treasurer; David Hawthorne,
Vice-President; Milton Grover, Assistant Treasurer.



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ATHLETIC COUNCIL

Tlie Athletic Council is com-
posed of home r(X)m alternates
who handle tickets and gate re-
ceipts and advertise the interscho-
lastic games. The President of the
Athletic Coimcil is David How-
thorne, Vice-President of the Stu-
dent Association.



(Pictured from left to right) Back row: Alfred Chan. Billy
Rankin, Bill Hayes. Front row: Pat Leach, Carolyn Jones, Beth
Bialkowski, Mary Lou Dailey



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

The highest honor that Cristobal
High School can bestow upon a
student is election to membership
in the Caribbean Chapter of thc
National Honor Society. Qualifi-
cations for membership are charac-
ter, scholarship, leadership, and
'ervice. The officers of the organi-
zation are: Allen Robinette, Presi-
dent; Pauline Pincus, Secretary;
Sally Morland, Treasurer.




(Pictured from left to right; Back row: James Ambrose,
Pauline Pincus, Mary Jo Aycock, Robert MacSparran. Front
row: Margaret Leigh. Allen Robinette, Sally Morland.



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The honorary science club of the
Christobal High School, the Torrid Zone
Wizards, was first organized by Mr. Carl
Macdl in 1942. Members must have a
keen interest in science as well as a high
scholastic standing. Sponsor of the club
IS Mr. Karl Shirley. The officers are
President, James Amrbrose; Vice-Presi-
dent, Brian Cox; Secretary, Allen Robin-
ette.



(Pictured from left to right) BACK ROW: Dick Home, Rupeu
Chin, Mr. Shirley, Robert MacSparran, Mary Jo Aycock, Felipe Gar-
cia, John Brackins. MIDDLE ROW: Jeanette Swicegood, Howard
Lewis, Pat Peck, Jean Chambers, Pauline Pincus, Margaret Leigh,
Sally Morland, Terry Louis, Cathy Lindsey. FRONT ROW; Allen
Robinette, James Ambrose, Brian Cox.



Membership in the Quill and Scroll is
an award reserved for those who merit
the honor through scholarship, service,
and Journalistic achievements. The spon-
sor of the organization is Mr. Frederick
Saur. The members this year are: Mary
Jo Aycock, Pat Leach, Donna Humphrey,
Robert MacSparran, Sally Morland, Dick
Home, and Pauline Pinctis.



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(Pictured from left to right) SEATED; Donna Humplirey, Pat
Leach. STANDINC: Mary Jo Aycock, Robert MacSparran, Dick
Home, Sally Morland, Sue Pincus.



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The Girls' Athletic Association is an
exclusive sports club, composed only of
the girls who are outstanding in sports.
To become a member a girl must partici-
pate in at least two All-Star teams in one
year or one All-Star team and be among
the top ten in the point system. Officers
of the organization are: Peggy Roddy,
President; Mary Jo Aycock, Vice-Presi-
dent; Margaret Leigh, Secretary-Treasurer.
The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Eileen
O'Brien.



"C" CLUB

McmbL-rship into tlic "C" Club is with
little doubt the biggest honor an athlete
may achieve in CHS. To become a mem-
ber one must letter in a varsity sport and
be accepted and finally pass one of the
school's most "trying" initiations. Offi-
cers of the club are; K.iiser Bazan, Presi-
dent; Bill Rankin, Vice-Piesident; Allen
Robmette, Secretary-Treasurer. The spon-
sor of the club is Coacii Luke Palumbo.




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The sponsor of the Dramatics Club is Mrs. Anne Gegg.
The officers are Margaret Leigh, President; Sally Morland, Vice-
President; Carolyn Jones, Secretary; and Marie Bleakley, Treas-



The Dramatics Club, consisting
\'t those students with an interest
jn acting and stage productions,
helps the Thespians in fhe CHS
Ijl play productions. Each year the
Dramatics Club participates in the
Annual Drama Festival and pre-
sents an assembly to the student
body.



I lational .^liednians



The National Thespians of CHS
are those students who are out-
standing in the field of dramatics,
not only in acting, but also who
do exceptional work on publicity,
make-up, and stage consttuction.
This year there are ten Thespians
in the organization with Mrs. Anne
Gegg as sponsor. The officers are
President, Sally Morland; Vice-
President, Pauline Pincus; Secre-
tary, Terry Louis; Treasurer, Rob-
ert M^tSparran; and Historian
Margaret Leigh.




(Pictured from left to right) Back row: Mrs. Gegg, Brian
Cox, Barb II. I Gegg, Barry Davison, Mark Sugar. Front row:
Margaret l.eigh, Robert MacSparran, Sally Morland, Pauline
Pincus.



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The Rifle C;iiib, organized in
19 i7, consists of those students in-
terested in rifles and tlie correct
way to use them. The Rifle Club
competes in National Postal
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The officers of the club are: President, Mike Brians; Vice-
President, Billy Gibson; Secretary, Beth Bialkowski; Treasurer,
Linda Cunningham;' Executive Officer, Barry Davison. The
sponsor is Mr. Noel Gibson.



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The 21 Club consists of twenty-
one members, all boys, *ho repre-
sent each of the twenty-one Pan-
American republics. Each member
writes an essay about the country
he represents and prizes are"
awarded for the outstanding ones




Officers of the organization arc: President, George Gcr-
chow; Vice-President, I.uis Pelaez; Secretary, George Mercier.
The club sponsor is Mr. James Stearns.




The Library Assistants do innum-
erable jobs, such as i^eeping library
records, checking and replacing
books, and helping a student who
needs aid in the library. These stu-
dents, under the supervision of
Miss Brown, work hard and earn
academic credit for their efforts.



(Pictured from left to right), BACK ROW: Loretta Hirschfeld.
FRONT ROW: Marva Henson, Flora Harte, Robin Gilbert.



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The office girls are a great help
CO Miss Rosania in the office. They
type, file, and do other helpful jobs
for an academic credit.




( Pictured from ktr fn right): Virginia Chin, Donna Humphrey, Doris
Pabon, Pat Stanley, Mirctta Lindsey, Luticia Young. AT DESK: Miss
Romania.



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The Caribe Club, the
Cristobal High School branch
of the Future Teachers of
America, was organized in
ly^iV to further encourage
the noble cause of teaching
as a profession. Officers of
the organization are: Bar-
bara Gregg, President; Pat
Leach, Secretary. The spon-
sor of the club is Miss Mary
Anderson.



(Pictured from left to right) Back row: Fay Wray, Miss Ander-
son, Steffi Beck. Front row: Esther Miller, Barbara Gegg, Ellen Fus-
slcman. ( Not pictured ) Pat Leach.



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Major Betty Fears

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TRACK TEAM Front row (left to right) : Manager B. Davison, B. Hall, C. Brackins,
E. Pabon, W. Sasso, J. Brooks, B. Rankin, R. Eaton, C. Detore, E. Stieritz, R. Lowe,
and Manager S. Newhard. Back row (left to right): K. Bazon, J. Brackins.G. Lane,

D. Hawthorne, M. Grover, L. Werlein, J. Forrest, L. Duhon, R. Lorences, B. Gibson,

E. Smith, A. Robinette, and W. Chong.



BASEBALL TEAM




BASEBALL TEAM Front row (left to right): A. Lung, D. Ramsey, B. Rankin, R.
Croft, M. Brians, W. Sas?o, L. Ellzey, D. Conception, and Bathoy J. Pakimbo. Back
row (left to right): Manager J. Brackins, L. Taber, C. Fears, M. Grover. R. Tobin,
A. Robmette, L. Palumbo, S. Newiiard, and Coach L. Palumbo.




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"A" LEAGUE Seated: Doris Pabon, Captain. Front row (left to right): Jean
Chambers, Edith Eckhoff, Ruby Dodson, Mary Jo Aycock, Lydia Smith, and Alicia
Hicks. Back row ( left to right ) : Caroline Jones, Peggy Roddy, Linda Cunning-
ham, Madelon Garrett, Sarah Barfield, Manager Cathy Lindsey, Sandra Motta, and
Bunchy Gegg.




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"B" LEAGUE Friint row (left to right): Sue Pincus, Donna Humphrey, Captain
Wendy Cotton, Linda Talbert, and Huey Lee. Back row (left to right): Jeanette
Swicegood, Carolyn Hauser, Angela Tylei, Ann Brcde, Carolyn Sanders, Diane Hickey.
Not pictured- Judy Tipton, Pat Maddl, :ind Alice Taber.




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to right): Doris Pabon, Kathleene Brede, Mary Jo Aycock, and Margery Connard.
BACK ROW (left to right): Marie Bleakley, Sarah Barfield, Sandra Motta, and Linda
Cunningham. NOT PICTURED: Shirley Peterson, Diane Delaney, Alice Lim, Bonnie
Smith. Mary Morland. and Manaaer Gai l MacPh erson.




"B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS ( left to right) : Jeanettc Swicegood, Barbara Connard, Sue
Pincus, Captain Donna Humphrey, Wendy Cotton, Linda Talbert, and Steffie Beck.
BACK ROW (left to right): Carolyn Hauser, Pat M.tedl, Diane Hickey. Ann Brede,
Mandy Donahue, and M.^rgare' Leigh. NOT PICTURED: Judy Tipton.





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Cristobal High Scliool looks with pride to its Music Department, under the direc-
tion of Mr. O. E. Jorstad. Throughout the years the Glee Club, Orchestra, and Band
have played an important part in every program. Music is presented before each play,
between the acts, and after the final curtain. Every Assembly program includes music
by the Glee Club, Orchestra, or Band. Every talent show includes individual musical
talent vocal or mstrumental. The Band brings added school spirit to pep assemblies
and aids the morale of the team members on the playing field.

The high-lights of each year at Cristobal High School include the traditional
Christmas Festival with the tableaux and the annual Spring Festival. Who could imagine
Cristobal High School without its music or without Mr. Jorstad?

THE ORCHESTRA




THE GLEE CLUB




THE BAND









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Compliments oj

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COMPANIA HENRIQUEZ S.A.

Best Wishes To

The Class of
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Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Humphrey

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger

Mayor and Mrs. Jose D. Bazan

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Robinecte

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Armstrong

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Orr

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Newhard

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bleakley

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Werlein

Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Rinehart

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Day

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leigh

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Morland

Mrs. Alice Pincus

Gilbert Smith

Joanne Reccia ^

Tom Steward

Mr. and Mrs. "Smitty"

Mr. and Mrs. Porter Crawford

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Roddy

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Page



Nancy Kariger

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lawrance

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Croft

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDermitt

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newhard

Mary Lou Allen

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Blakely

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Eckhoff

Manuel Perez

Samuel Abbo

Betty Smith

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Aycock

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kleefkens

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McGaughey

Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Davison

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greene

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Salter

Jeanette McKeowen Lockhart

Mr. and Mrs., John Leach

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffin, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James Reccia

Gerard K. Schear

Ali McKeowen

Mane and Andy Fraser

Mr. and Mrs. Carter C. Curtis

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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00041
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1956
 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: UF00093680:00041

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2 (MULTIPLE)
    Dedication
        Page 3
    In memoriam
        Page 4
    Faculty
        Page 5
        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
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Classes
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
    Activities
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
    Sports
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
    Advertising
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
    Back Matter
        Page 89
        Page 90
    Back Cover
        Page 91
        Page 92
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THE CARIBBEAN STAFF OF 1956


Presents


Time:
September, 1955 to June, 1956
Place:
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AS YOU LIKE IT


PRODUCTION STAFF


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Leading Roles -
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------- Sophomores and Freshmen

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For your expoundation of the
principles of character,
scholarship, leadership, and
service . .
For your tireless efforts on
our behalf ...
For your patience and preseverance .
To you, Miss Jeanne Brown, we
dedicate


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"To live in hearts we leave behind, is
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BA, Florida State College for Women
MA, University of Michigan
American Institutions
U. S. History
FTA Caribe Club Sponsor MRS. ANNE GEGG.
Girls' Counselor M.S., Cornell University
Spanish
French
Latin
Dramatic Club Sponsor


MISS JEANNE BROWN
Librarian
Stephens College
BA, University of Missouri
MA, University of Missouri
Library Training
National Honor Society Sponsor


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


CAPT. JAMES CLOUD
Military II and IV


MR. EUGENE GREGG
AA, Canal Zone Junior College
BA, Colorado State College
Modern World History
Social Studies
Athletic Council Sponsor


SGT. CHARLES FINNIGAN
Military II


MR. O. E. JORSTAD
BM, Concordia Conservatory of Music
MA, University of Michigan
Orchestra
Chorus
Band


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Military I


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BS, East Stroudsburg State Teachers
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Physical Education
Health

MR. CARL F. MAEDL
BE, Moorhead Teachers College
MA, Columbia University
Guidance
Biology
Junior Class Sponsor
Boys' Counselor
MRS. EILEEN O'BRIEN
AB, San Diego State College
Physical Education
GAA Sponsor


,MR. BERNARD MAZZONI
M.E.D., Pennsylvania State University
Algebra
Math
Freshman Class Sponsor

MR. LUKE PALUMBO
BS, Northwest Missouri State College
Physical Education
Health
"C" Club Sponsor

MR. ROBERT McCULLOUGH
MA, Colorado State College of Education
Early World History
Social Studies


MRS. MARGERY PETERSON
BS, New York State College for Teachers
Shorthand
Typing
SA Financial Advisor


MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS
BS, University of Wyoming
Household Arts
Cafeteria

MRS. GRACE PKAU
BS, Valley City State Teachers College
Household Arts
English
Art
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Chemistry
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AB, Ohio Northern University
MA, Denver University
English
Senior Class Sponsor
Cheerleader Sponsor

MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL
BA, New York University
MA, Columbia University
Spanish
Jr. High SA Sponsor MR. KARL SHIRLEY
BA, Texas Christian University
M. Ed., West Texas State
Trigonometry
General Math
Geometry
Algebra
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor


MR. CHARLES T. REEVES
BA, Arizona State (CIll.si
BS, Arizona State College
MA, Arizona State College
Woodshop
Driving Course Instructor


MR. JAMES STEARNS
BS, University of Florida
MA, University of Florida
Spanish
"21" Club Sponsor


MR. FREDERICK SAUR
BS Ashland College
MA, Ohio State University
Journalism
English
Quill and Scroll Sponsor


MR. ERNEST WRIGHT
AB, Oklahoma University
MA, Oklahoma University
Modern Business
English
Sophomore Class Sponsor


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BA, Rice Institute
Science
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THEATRICAL REVIEW
By A Critic

The leading players of As You Like It began their careers as understudies. Led
by their head understudy, Donna Humphrey, and with such assistants as Vice-President,
Mary Orr; Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Roddy, the understudies arranged a beautiful
Carnival Dance and a successful assembly. Following tradition, they were beaten by
the Sophomores in the annual Freshman-Sophomore production, "Mud, Defeat, and
the Gauntlet."

From understudies, the drama lovers were promoted to assist with other produc-
tions of the school. Under their own leaders, President, Nancy Montibello; Vice-Presi-
dent, Joe Hannigan; Secretary, Louise Tate; Treasurer, Mary Orr; and on their own
initiative they contributed an amusing assembly and a marvelous dance for the enjoy-
ment of all. That year, breaking tradition, they were beaten in the Freshman-Sopho-
more Brawl. Their dramatists were not as athletic as the brawny scene-shifting
Freshmen.

Advancing up the ladder to stardom the class became the supporting players.
Under the capable leadership of President, Sally Morland; Vice President, Nancy Monti-
bello; secretary, Pauline Pincus; Treasurer, Pat Leach; the supporting players produced
an outstanding assembly on Panama's Independence and a scintillating Junior-Senior
Prom signifying "April in Paris."

On September 9, 1955, the supporting players became the LEADS! With their
leaders, Robert MacSparran, President; Mary Jo Aycock, Vice-President; Pat Leach,
Secretary; John Brackins, Treasurer; they were placed in the limelight and presented
an educational assembly in commemoration of Theodore Roosevelt and staged a vibrant
Christmas formal.

Putting forth their best efforts the leading players gave four years of fine service
to school productions. Graduating into more stellar and actual roles, the leading players
are sure to excel again in dramas of real life.


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OFFICERS

President-Robert MacSparran
Vice President-Mary Jo Aycock
Secretary-Pat Leach
Treasurer-John Brackins


ROBERT WATERS MacSPARRAN


PATRICIA ANNE LEACH


"Mac"
Ancon, Canal Zone
June 29, 1938
"A terrific Senior "Prexy", tops with all."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Play Pro-
ductions 1,2,3,4; "Years Ago" 2; "Antic
Spring" 2; "The Bat" 3; "Time Out For
Ginger" 3; "Sabrina Fair" 4; "What a
Life" 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Accompanist
1,2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,4; Caribbean Staff
4; Football Team Manager 4; Dance Com-
mittees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2; National
Honor Society 4; "C" Club 4; Boys'
State 3. "Mary Jo"
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
November 17, 1938
"A friendly smile and a cheerful air
add up to innumerable friends
for Mary Jo."
National Honor Society 3,4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 3,4; Dramatic Club 1,2;
Glee Club 1,2; Trade Wind 4; Editor 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2; GAA
2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; Volleyball 1,3,4;
Allstars 4- Basketball 1,2,3,4; Allstars 3,
4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Allstars 1,2,3; Com-
mittees, Dances 2,3,4; Assemblies 2,3,4;
Comm. & Bad. 3; Sen. Class Vice-Pres.
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Girls' State 3; Bad-
minton 4; Hall of Fame.
"Pat"
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 26, 1938
"Nonchalant--easy-going-personality
in her wardrobe."
Athletic Council 1,4; Play Productions,
"Sorry, Wrong Number" 3; "Sabrina
Fair" 4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians
4; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Glee
Club 2; Band Secretary 3; Orchestra 1,2,
3,4; Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2; Intramural Sports, Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4;
Badminton 4; Caribbean Girls' State 3;
Dance Committee 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Senior Dance 4; FTA Assembll 4; Class
Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 4; Hall of
Fame 4. ..
"Johnny"
Panama
July 30, 1936
"I would rather be remembered by a son,
than by a victory."
St. Joseph's Brother's School 1,2; Play
Productions, "Sabrina Fair" 4; Dramatic
Club 3,4; Rifle Club 3,4; Glee Club 3,4;
ROTC 3,4; Intramural Sports 3; Varsity
Sports 3; Hall Duty 3,4; Committees 3;
Assemblies 3; Chess Club 3.


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"Marge"
Ancon, Canal Zone
March 29, 1938
"Here's a cheerful gal,
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SARAH EUNICE BARFIELD
Fort Myers, Florida
November 10, 1938
"Jolly, good natured, full of fun.
If you want a good friend, here is one.
Glee Club 12,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; GAA
3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Sports & Allstars 3,4; Committees 1,2,3,4;
Assemblies 2,3.

JAMES EDWARD AMBROSE, JR.
"Jimmy"
Colon, Republic of Panama
January 3, 1939
"The hand that follows
intellect can achieve."
National Honor Society 4; Torrid Zone
Wizards 3,4; "The Bat" 3; "Time Out
For Ginger" 3; "Sabrina Fair" 4; Dra-
matic Club 3,4; Thespians 4; 21 Club 1;
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Com-
mittees 2; Assemblies 2,3,4; Boys' State 3.

DOMINADOR BALDOMERO BAZAN
"Kaiser"
Colon, Republic of Panama
December 13, 1937
"Top man in the sports field
Carefree and constantly on the go."
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3;
President 4, Athletic Council, Pres. 3,
21 Club 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3; President
4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Battalion Commander
4; "C" Club 1.2,3,4; President 4; Intra-
mural Sports, Soccer 4; Football 1,2,3,4;
Varsity 2,3,4; All-Isthmian 3,4; Baseball
1,2,3,4; Varsity 1,3,4; Basketball 2,5,4;
Junior Varsity 2; Varsity 3,4; Track 1,
2,3,4; Basketball Mgr. 1, Football Court
4; Hall Duty 3,4; Dance Committee 1,
2,3,4- Assemblies 1,2,3,4; ASC 1,2,3,4
ANDREA LUREE ARMSTRONG
"Strongarm"
St. Louis, Missouri
September 14, 1938
"Forward and frolic glee was there.
The will to do, the soul to dare."
National Art Honor Society 2- Glee
Club 2,3.4; Pep Club 1,2; Intramural
Sports 1; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Assemblies.


GEORGE WILLIS BLAND, JR.
"Willis"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
December 4, 1937
"A little bit goes a long way.
Rifle Club 1; Orchestra 3; ROTC 1,2.
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RUPERT STEPHEN CHIN
"Rupe"
Colon, Republic of Panama
October 27, 1937
"A scholar knows nothing of boredom."
Torrid Zone Wizards, 1,2,3,4; 21 Club,
4; Camera Club, 2; ROTC, 1; Intramural
Sports, Basketball, 3; Softball, 3; Varsity
and Allstars, Basketball, 1,2,3; Track, 2;
Football, 3,4; Committees, 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom,
3; Jr. Assembly, 3; Campaign Assembly,
3.


JAY ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 7, 1938
"Who ever started work should have fin-
ished it."
Band, 3; Orchestra, 3; ROTC, 3.



VIRGINIA CHIN
"Vir"
Colon, Republic of Panama
August 22, 1938
"The good and wise lead quiet lives."
Pep Club, 1,2,3; Intramurals, Volleyball,
1,2,3; Basketball, 3; Committees, 1,2; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3.

JOAN MARIE CURTIS
"Joanie"
San Diego, California
July 11, 1937
"Simple and sweet in all her ways. She'll
be happy the rest of her days."
Athletic Council, 1; Dramatic Club, 2;
Glee Club, 1,2; Tradewind, 4; Caribbean
Staff, 4; Pep Club, 1,2; Intramural Sports,
1,2,4; Committees, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Dances
3,4.


- JANET LOUISE CRAIG
Los Angeles, California
June 25, 1938
'A regular swingster, and plenty rocking
rhythm!"
S ib'h.. c High School,.1,2,3.




ROBERT WAHL DAILEY
"Bob"
Panama
October 8, 1938
"His chuckle made the world shake."
S. ROTC, 2,3,4.


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UJ/UNI tVhLYN DELANEY
Colon, Republic of Panama
March 9, 1938
"She lives in peaceful harmony with the
world."
Student Council, 1; Athletic Council, 2;
Camera Club, 2; Glee Club, 2; Band, 1;
Orchestra, 1; Pep Club, 1,2; Intramural
Sports, 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team, 2,3; Com-
mittees, 1,2,3,4; Asemblies, 2.

LUIS ELIZEY
"Louie"
Havana, Cuba
May 15, 1936
"Rather prone to folly, but never mel-
ancholy."
Rifle Club, 1; Glee Club, 1; Orchestra, 1;
ROTC, 1,2,3,4; Softball, 1,2,3; Baseball,
1,2,3; Basketball, 1,2,3; Football, 1; Base-
ball, Varsity, 4.


JOHN PATRICK DOUGAN
"Jack"
Maryville, Missouri
January 2, 1939
"He's witty and radical, wise and good."
Student Council, 2,3,4;; Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards, 2; Play Productions, "Gramercy
Ghost," 1; "Swing Fever," 2; "The Bat,"
3; Thespians, 3; 21 Club, 4; Rifle Club,
1,2,3,4; Camera Club, 2; Band, 1,2,3; Or-
chestra, 1,2,3; ROTC, 1,2,3,4; Tradewind,
4; Caribbean Staff 4; Assemblies, 1,3.

MARGARET L. EVANS
Puerto Castilla, Honduras
November 11, 1936
| "Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet.'
Balboa, 1,2,3; Intramurals, Basketball,
1.2,3; Softball, 1,2,3; Volleyball, 1,2; UN
Club, 1; Ushers Club, 2,3.

EDITH ANN ECKHOFF
"Edy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
November 13, 1938
"Silence is golden, but we're off the gold
standard."
Pep Club, 1,2; GAA, 2,3,4; Volleyball,
1,2,3,4; Softball, 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,2,
3,4; Badminton, 4; Varsity, Volleyball, 3;
Basketball, 2; Library Assistant, 1; Dance
Committees, 1,2,3,4; Assemblies, 1,2,3;
Girls' State, 3.
CHARLES C. FEARS
"Charlie"
Waterbury, Connecticut
April 1, 1938
"Jolly and certain of his stand, he'll have
fun in any land."
Homeroom Rep. 1; ROTC, 2,3,4; Capt.,
4; C Club, 3; Football JC, 1,2; Football,
3,4; Varsity, 4; Baseball, 3,4; Varsity, 3,4;
Soccer, 4; Boys' State, 3; All-Zonian
Team, 4.
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ELIZABETH PATRICIA FEARS
"Betty"
Waterbury, Connecticut
April 1, 1938
"She was our queen, our rose, our star."
ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4; Tradewind 4;
Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 1,2; Volleyball
S^ 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Freshmen Basketball Coach 3; Spanish Club 2;
Opening Day Assembly 4; Jr.-Sr. Dance 3;
Christmas Dance 4; ROTC Dance 4; Girls'
State 3; Football Queen 4; Hall of Fame 4;
Carihhean Staff 4.

MADELON GARRETT
"Butch" ; 9
Laredo, Texas
August 24, 1938
"So vivacious and gay, with a loving, winning
way.
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Secretary 4; Dramatic
Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club
1,2,3; Intramurals, Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Badminton 4; All-
Stars, Basketball 3.

LINDA FOSTER
"Lou"
September 18, 1938
'Aib "A tiny bundle of fun personfied."
Glee Club 3,4; Pep Club 3; Intramural Sports
4: Comm. and Baccl. 3; Girls' State 3. U o,








GEORGE A. GERCHOW
Almirante, Bocas del Toro
December 26, 1936
"He is the mirror of all courtesy."
Student Council 3; 21 Club 2,j,4; Glee Club
2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 3; ASC
1,2,3,4. JI.




Colon, Republic of Panama
September 29, 1938
"Our Scientific Genius."
Torrid Zone Wizzards 1,2,3,4; 21 Club 2,3;
Camera Club 2; Band 2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3.



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TIMOTHY JAY GILBERT
"Mouthy"
Des Moines, Iowa
"Silent and reserved, his mind the world
observed."
SBand 2; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Hall Duty 1,2.


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CGlon, Republic of Panama
December 21. 193-
"We grant although he has much wit he is
very shy of using it."
ROTC 1i Junior Assembly 3.


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FLORA AGNES D. HARTE
"Flo"
Daytona Beach, Florida
September 18, 1937
"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."
Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 1;
Volleyball 1,2; Softball 2; Library Assistant 4;
Dance Committees; Senior Dance 4; Assem-
blies 1.





DAVID HERE
Colon, Republic of Panama
February 4, 1936
"Silence is deep and eternal."
21 Club 4; ROTC 2; Intramurals. Soccer 3;
Softball 3; Basketball 3; Hall Duty 2.

CAROLINE ADELE HAUSER
Balboa, C. Z.
"Not too studious, not too gay, she'll trod the
even middle way."
FTA 2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3;
Orchestra 2; Varsity, Basketball 3; Volleyball
4; Allstars, Basketball 1,3.


RICHARD B. HORNE
"Hornblower"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
February 24, 1938
'Never seen without 'That Look' in his eyes!
He definitely has a way!!!"
Student Council 4; Torrid Zone Wizzards 4;
21 Club 4; ROTC 1; Bowling 3.4; Football
3,4; Soccer 4; Track 3,4; Football Court 4;
Committees 3,4; Assemblies 1; Manager of
Baseball 1.


MARVA THERESA HENSON
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 24, 1936
"The girl with the brains . quiet and sweet."
Quill & Scroll 3; Tradewind 3; Caribbean
Staff 3; Intramurals, Volleyball, Softball; Li-
brary Assistant 4.


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DONNA JEANNE HUMPHREY
Colon, Republic of Panama
October 25, 1938
"In each cheek a dimple appears; they are
for laughter not for tears."
ROTC Sponsor 4; Tradewind Editor 4; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Football Court 4; ROTC
Dance 4; Senior Dance 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Opening Day Dance 2; Freshmen Dance 1;
Opening Day Assembly 2; Comm. and Baccl.
3; Class President 1; Student Council 3; Ath-
letic Council 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3; Volleyball All-Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball
All-Stars 1,2,3,4.
SHIRLEY ANNE KEEPERS
"Boots"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 20, 1938
"Mild-mannered, without a worry in the
world."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dance Committees 1;
Assemblies 1.

LOUISE ELIZABETH JOHNSON
"Tex"
Stanford, Texas
"A kind and steadfast mind has she."
Intramural Sports, Volleyball 3; Softball 3;
Basketball 3; Allstars, Softball 3.










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"QUIET, but not idle."
Camera Club 2; Committees 1,2.



CAROLYN MARY JONES
"Jonesy"
Brooklyn, New York "
September 5, 1938
"A class mate everyone admires, for the wis-
dom she aspires."
Athletic Council 4; Dramatic Club 4; G.. 3,4;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3; Basketball
1,2,3,4; Allstars, Softball 3; Basketball 3.



GUYLEN ROBERT LANE
"Guy"
Richfield, Utah
August 13, 1938
"The blond-haired fellow with that catchy
smile!"
Rifle Club I; Camera Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3;
ROTC 1,2; Soccer 4; Hall Duty 1,2; Commit-
tees 1,2,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; FTA Assembly
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EDWARD WEBB LAWRENCE
"Ed"
New York, New York
May 9, 1937
"Education is the breath of life. But I am
short winded."
Play Productions 1,2; Rifle Club 1,2; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Hall Duty 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2.







HOWARD JESUS LEWIS
Cristobal, Canal Zone
January 6, 1936
"There is more in me than you understand."
Rifle Club 3; ROTC 1,2,3.



MARGARET JEAN LEIGH
"Limey"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"A peppy little piece of humanity."
Student Council 1; Asst. Treasurer 3; NHS 3,4;
NAHS 1,2,3,4; Play Productions, "Gramercy
Ghost" I; "Time Out for Ginger" 3; "Swing
Fever" 2; Dramatic Club 1,2,3; President 4;
Thespians 2,3,4; Rifle Club 1; Tradewind 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2; Sec. 3; GAA
2,3; Sec.-Treas. 4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Varsity Sports and Allstars, Softball 2; Capt. 3;
Volleyball 3,4; Committees 1,2; Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Brawl Coach 4; Girls' State 3; Coun-
celor 4.
RICARDO ANTONIO LORENCES
"Rick"
Colon, Republic of Panama
October 30, 1937
"A likeable and sincere fella."
C Club 3,4; Football 2,3,4; All-Zonian Team
4; Committees 1,2,3,4 Assemblies 1,2,3; Track
Manager 2,3,4; Brawl 4.


MIRETTA CARLSEN LINDSEY (CHEEK)
"Retta"
.'.hirL'.,on, D. C.
June 2, 1938
"Content to live, this is my story."
Play Productions, "Swing Fever" 2; Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1,2; Glee Club 2;
Band 1,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Swim-
ming 1,2,3; Committees 2; Assemblies 2,3;
Girls' State 3.






ARMANDO LUNG
"Wamba"
Old Providence, Colombia
"A nice Joe, with ability on the mound."
ROTC 1,,3; Baseball ,3,4; Junior Basketball 1.


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"Mindi"
January 21, 1938
Ancon, Canal Zone
"One who has both feet firmly planted
in the air."
ROTC, 1,3; C Club, 4; Varsity, Football,
4W 1.3,4; Swimming, 1; Track, 1; Commit-
tees, 1; Assemblies, 1.
l,. MARY OLIVE ORR
.: Colon, Republic of Panama
December 22, 1938
"Looks, personality, everything! All bound
i p in a bundle of perpetual motion."
Athletic Council, 3; Play Productions, 1;
Dramatic Club, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club, i,2,4;
ROTC, Company E Sponsor, 4; Pep Club,
1,2; Volleyball, 1,2,3, Basketball, 1,2,3,4;
Jamboree Queen; Member of Queen's
Court; Committees, 1,2,3,4; Assemblies,
1,2,3,4; Class Officer, 1, Vice-President,
1; Treasurer, 2; Girls' State, 3.
SALLY JUNE MORLAND
"Sal"
Colon, Republic of Panama
February 21, 1938
"Sparkling laugh, completely at ease, her happy spirit
never dampens."
Batesburg-Leesville High School, 1; National Honor
Society, 4; Treasure, 4; National Art Honor Society,
2,3,4; Play Productions, "Years Ago," 2; "Sabrina
Fair," 4; Dramatic Club, 2,3,4; Vice-Pres., 4; Thes-
pians, 3,4; President, 4; Torrid Zone Wizards, 4;
-Tradewind, 4; Caribbean Staff, 4; Co-Editor, 4; Pep
Sy Club, 2; Volleyball, 2,4; Softball, 2; Ring Commit-
"tees, 3; J.-Sr. Prom, 3; Committees, 2,3,4; Assemblies,
2,3,4; Jr. Class Pres., 3; Girls' State, 3; Hall of Fame, 4.
DORIS JANE PABON
"Dos"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 3, 1938
"Full of chatter and full of pep, never quiet, that's
her rep."
National Art Honor Society, 2; Dramatic Club, 1,2;
Glee Club, 1,2,3; Tradewind, 4; Caribbean Staff, 4;
Pep Club, 1,2; GAA, 1,2,3,4; Volleyball, 1,2,3,4; Bas-
ketball, 1,2,3,4; Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Allstars, Volleyball,
1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Com-
mittees, 1,2,; Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Homecoming, 1,2,3;
Assemblies, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club Concert, 3; Girls'
"tate, 3.
SAMUEL MORRIS, JR.
"Sammy"
Nargana, San Blas
January 14, 1936
"Slow and easy going guy; Mr. Basketball
_S y in person."
( ROTC, 1; C Club, 3,4; Intramural Sports,
3; Varsity Sports & Allstars, Basketball,
1,3,4; Track, 1,3,4.
SLUKE TODD PALUMBO
"Lucius"
Trenton, Missouri
December 18, 1938
"A little work, and mostly play, blend to-
gether for a perfect day."
21 Club, 4; Glee Club, 1,2,3; ROTC, 1;
C Club, 3,4; Varsity, Basketball-J. V.-
1,2; Football, 1,2,3,4; Baseball, 3,4; All
Zonian Team, 4; Assemblies, 1,3; Brawl
Coach, 4; Committees, 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom,
3; Senior Dance, 4; Hall of Fame, 4.


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LUIS PELAEZ, JR.
"Louie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Happy the man who enjoys life."
21 Club 3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; ROTC
Rifle Team, 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports,
Soccer 4; Hall Duty 1,2,3; Committees
4; Assemblies 4.
PAULINE MARIE PINCUS
"Sue"
Colon, Republic of Panama
February 28, 1938
"Quiet and mannerly-admired by all-
conscientious worker with unlimited
patience."
National Honor Society 3,4; Secretary
4; National Art Honor Society 1,2,3,4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Plays, "Antic
Spring" 2; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Thes-
pians 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; FTA 2; Trade-
wind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Co-editor 4;
Pep Club 1,2; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball All-
Stars 4; Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr.
Ring Committee 3; Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Bowling Team 3,4; Girls' State 3.

DIANE CAROL PETERSON
"Pete"
Colon, Republic of Panama
"A sincere friend to all that know her."
Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
Pep Club 1,2, GAA 3,4; Intramural
Sports, Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3;
Baseball 1,2,3; Varsity Sports, Volleyball
3; Basketball 3; Dance Committees;
Coronation, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Senior Dance;
Assemblies 1,2; Girls' State 3.

LILLIAN ANN PROSPECT
"Lily"
Binghamton, New York
January 23, 1939
"Softly spoken words and a dignified air."
Guantanamo Bay High School 1,2;
Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Pep Club 3;
Volleyball 3; Badminton 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Christmas Dance 4; Caribbean Girls'
State 3; Commencement and Baccl. 3.


SHIRLEY ELAINE PETERSON
"Shirl"
Colon, Republic of Panama
February 18, 1938
"Energetic, full of laughs,
a lovely blonde cyclone."
Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
ROTC Co-Sponsor 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4;
Pep Club 1; GAA 2,3,4; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,
3,4; Varsity 2,3,4; Football Court 4;
Dance Committees 1,2,3,4; Assembly 3.



JAMES MICHAEL REDMOND
"Mike"
Ancon, Canal Zone
April 16, 1938
"I did not come to learn;
I came to laugh!"
ROTC 4; Varsity, Football 4.


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MARY JACQUELYN RESHETER
"Jackie"
Anniston, Alabama
July 27, 1937
"Polite and easy to get along with."
S- Athletic Council 1; Glee Club 1,3,4;
Pep Club 1; Library Assistant 1,2; Cafe-
teria Assistant 1; Committees 1,2; As-
semblies 1,2.

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ERNEST GUILLERMO RODRIQUEZ
"Ernie"
San Jose, Costa Rica
March 10, 1938
"Nice to know, with a very pleasant way."
Athletic Council 1; 21 Club 1,2; ROTC
1,2; Varsity Sports, Football 2; Assemblies
2,3.


ALLEN WARREN ROBINETTE
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 27, 1938
"Very quiet and unassuming;
Weighty plans his mind is brewing."
Student Council 4; National Honor
Society 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
ROTC 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 3,4; Football 2,
3,4; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 3; Track 3;
Member of Court 4; Assemblies 2,3;
Boys' State 3; Hall of Fame 4.

JANICE LEE ROSCOE
"Jan"
Needham, Massachusetts
December 1, 1937
"A little wit would please me more
by half; I didn't come to learn,
I came to laugh."
Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,
3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3;
Softball 1; Dance Committees 1,2; Jr
Sr. Prom; Class Assemblies 1,2,3.


MARGARET ANN MARY RODDY
"Peggy"
New York City, New York
August 9, 1938
"A top athlete who has helped
bring CHS glory"
A GAA 1,2,3,4; President 4; Vice-Pres. 3;
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team
2,3; Varsity & Allstars 1,2,3,4; Library
Assistant 1; Committee Chairman 1;
Soph. dance 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies
1,2,3; Comm. & Bad. 3; Girls' State 3;
Sec.-Treas. 1.

LYDIA ELAINE SMITH
"Lyd"
Colon, Republic of Panama
September 6, 1938
"Best things come in small packages ..
need we say more?"
Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1;
Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Pep
Club 1,2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4;
Library Assistant 1,2; Dance Committees
2; Assemblies 1,2,3.


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PATRICIA KAY STANLEY
"Pat"
Charleston, West Virginia
December 2, 1938
"Life may be real and earnest, but it sure
is fun!"
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LEWIS ARTHUR TABER
"Lewie"
Colon, Republic of Panama
October 9, 1938
"One of our Football Heroes!"
Student Council, 3; ROTC, 1,2,3,4; Var-
sity baseball, 2,4; Football, 2,3,4; All-
stars, Baseball, 2,4; Football, 1,2,3,4; I
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JOHN FRANKLIN STEPHENSON
"Johnny" SP
Andarko, Oklahoma
January 3, 1939
'A friendly manner to all around him."
National Art Hoffor Society, 2; ROTC,
' 1,2.3,4; Committees, 1,2,3,4; Assemblies,
2,3.



ANGELA ROSE TYLER
Branchville, Virginia
October 15, 1938
"Always there to lend a hand, where the
situation may demand."
Courtland High, 1,2; Granly High, 3;
Dramatic Club, 4; Volleyball, 4.




MARK CHARLES TIEDJE-SUGAR
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Cleveland, Ohio
September 26, 1938
"It is the mind which makes the lad."
.. q, Play Productions, "The Bat," 3; "Time A t
Out for Ginger," 4; Dramatic Club, 2,3,4;
Thespians, 3,4; Glee Club, 2; Band, 2,3,4;
i ^Orchestra, 3; ROTC, 2,3,4; Dance Com- h 4L
mittees, 2,3,4; Assemblies, 2,3,4; Boys' .
State 3.


LUTICIA ROBINSON YOUNG
"Tishie"
Chicago, Illinois
January 10, 1938
"A friendly manner to all around her."
Glee Club, 1,2,3,4; Pep Club, 1; Volley-
ball, 1,2,3; Basketball, 1,2,3; Softball, 3;
Cafeteria Assistant, 2; Committees, 1,2.
Jr.-Sr, Prom, 3; Assemblies, 1,2,3,4.


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Koosharem, Utah


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INITIATION


From the left (new members): Felipe Garcia, Rupert Chin, Sandra Motta, Alice Lim,
Carolyn Jones, Edith Eckhoff; (old members): Allen Robincrtc, Sally Morland, Mary
Jo Aycock, James Ambrose. Sue Pincus, Robert MacSparran, Margaret Leigh, Paul Beck
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David Heres
Janice Roscoe
John Brackins
Lewis Taber
Dick Horme
Lydia Smith
Margaret Leigh
Rupert Chin
Diane Peterson
Mary Jo Aycock
Leida Kleefkens
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
MARGARET ALLEN leaves her quiet ways to Sandra Jones.
JAMES AMBROSE wills his R.O.T.C. commissions to his brother, John.
ANDREA ARMSTRONG wills her cute pony tail to Lois Stevens.
MARY JO AYCOCK leaves her ability for asking difficult questions to Jeanette Swicegood.
SARAH BARFIELD leaves her ability of dying her hair to Kathleene Brede.
KAISER BAZAN leaves his All-Isthmian position and football shirt to any Tiger that can fill it.
GEORGE BLAND wills his motorcycle jacket to his brother Harry.
JOHN BRACKINS wills his position of having money pass through his hands to any underclassman who likes the feel of it.
RUPERT CHIN leaves his number 12 shirt and the football bench to Keith Kulig.
VIRGINIA CHIN leaves her silence and her hidden talents to Adalia Prudence.
JANET CRAIG leaves her dancing feet to Wendy Cotton.
JAY CUNNINGHAM leaves it all.
JOAN CURTIS leaves her badminton racket to Lynda Geyer.
ROBERT DAILEY leaves willingly.
DIANE DELANEY just leaves.
JACK DOUGAN leaves his drum sticks to Bill Gibson.
EDITH ANN ECKHOFF leaves a certain object from J. D. and D. H. to any curious junior.
LUIS ELLEZY wills his ability to get along with the teachers to Don Nolan.
MARGARET EVANS
BETTY FEARS leaves her coronation crown, and position as R.O.T.C. Battalion Sponsor to any worthy junior girl.
CHARLES FEARS wills his ability not to get his name in the paper to Wendy Sasso.
LINDA FOSTER leaves all efforts to hold a typing speed of 30 to Pat Peck.
FELIPE GARCIA leaves his active brain to Eddie Pabon.
MADELON GARRETT leaves all the work of the S. A. Secretary to a lucky junior.
TIM GILBERT leaves all his school problems behind.
GEORGE GERCHOW leaves his wardrobe to George Mercier.
FLORA A. HARTE leaves to Jo Ann, the mirror on the wall.
CAROLYN HAUSER leaves her piano fingers to Carol Lew.
MARVA HENSON leaves her typing speed to Linda Farrel.
DAVID HERES leaves his class troubles to Henry Mizrachi.
DICK HORNE leaves his physics problems to any physicist who can cope with them.
ANTHONY HOWARD leaves his masculine reserve to Bernard Craig.
DONNA HUMPHREY leaves her pep, vitality, and giggles to Huey Lee.
LOUISE JOHNSON leaves her psychiatrists' couch to Sandra Hughes.
CAROLYN JONES wills her immeasurable wit to Ruby Dodson.
SHIRELY KEEPERS wills her shorthand to anyone who can pass it.
GUYLEN LANE leaves it all-to the devil.
EDWARD LAWRENCE wills his concentration of study to any absent-minded scholar.
PAT LEACH leaves her loud voice to Rosalie Radel.
MARGARET LEIGH wills her witty ways to David Stanley.
HOWARD LEWIS leaves his camera to Barry Davidson.
MIRETTA LINDSEY wills her long wavy hair to Mary Lou Dailey.
RICARDO LORENCES leaves his great singing voice to Milton Grover.
ARMANDO LUNG wills his right arm to the guy who thinks he is man enough to hold it.
ROBERT MACSPARRAN leaves his role in C. H. S.'s play productions to Chuck Crawford.
FLOYD McDERMITT wills his love of agriculture to Sam Newhard.
SALLY MORLAND leaves her other earrings to Lamoine Werlein and Bobby Joe Wiliford.
SAMMY MORRIS wills his basketball ability to Mac Concepcion.
MARY ORR leaves her solemn, quiet ways and love of lemonade to Sandra Motta.
DORIS PABON wills her sports personality to Marcela Leignadier.
LUKE PALUMBO leaves his height to Jo White.
LUIS PELAEZ, JR., leaves his membership in the 21-club to Alvaro Saborio.
DIANE PETERSON leaves her curly hair to Bunchy Gegg.
SHIRLEY PETERSON leaves her position as R.O.T.C. Sponsor to Pat Maedl and her place in the Queen's Court to Mary Morland.
SUE PINCUS leaves her paint brush to Brian Cox.
LILY PROSPECT leaves her sweet voice to Esther Droste.
MICHAEL REDMOND wills his driving ability and crazy car to Robert Lowe.
MARY R I- H .TER wills her long hair to Grace Argo.
ALLEN ROBINETTE wills his place in the Hall of Fame to John Coffey or Bill Rankin.
IRNEST RODRIQUEZ leaves his fishing gear to Rachael Radel.
JANI( 1: RO )S OIL leaves her graduation cap and gown to her sister, Sandra.
SI(ONARI) SCRANTON wills his camera-shyness to Janet Swicegood.
I.')IA 'MfITH wills her ability to dance the mambo and the cha-cha-cha, to Barbara White.
PAT STANI.EY wills her pretty brown hair to Alicia Hicks.
JOHN S'1 I'Hf'N1(N leaves his physics homework to Ross Tobin, a brain.
LEWIS TABER leaves his position as Football Captain to any junior worth of the honor.
MARK TEDJIE SUGAR wills his scooter parking space to Phillip Hadarits.
ANi II A TYI.ER wills her place in the senior class to Terry Parker.
LUITICIA YOUN(, leaves her ability to bark like a dog to John Wall.





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The sirens shriek, the brakes squeek, the crowd is enormous. We are now in
front of McDemittt's Japanese Theater, just constructed by the multimillionaire,
FLOYD McDERMITT, in the heart of downtown New York. This esplendent edifice
was designed by the already famous ANTHONY HOWARD, who, with his partner,
FELIPE GARCIA, are now starting plans for a new Pentagon built.ni to house Gen-
eral of the Army, ALLEN ROMINETTE, and his staff.
Tonight, June 4, 1966, is the night of all nights. The famous producer, RUPERT
CHIN, has collaborated with director JOHN BRACKINS to present their fabulously
new stage production "As You Like It" written by the noted author and playwright,
LEIDA KLEEFKENS, whose fame has been predicted by the established columnist,
JACK DOUGAN, the top show of the forthcoming season.
Starred in this new extravaganza, is LINDA FOSTER as a not-too-nice play girl
who spends her time chasing ROBERT MACSPARRAN, recently graduated from
the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Introduced for the first time on Br'. .l.. iv,
will be the new d..nrir' team of JAMES AMBROSE AND JANET CRAIG who re-
cently made their debut at the world famous Waldorf-Astoria, now owned and man-
aged by TIM GILBERT. Along with the previously mentioned dance team, are
ANDREA ARMSTRONG and DORIS PABON who have just scored a hit on the
Decca Records, where they are starred as "The Harmonizers." They will interpret the
great LEWIS TABER'S musical composition The two teams have had a rapid rise
to stardom. ERNEST RODRIQUEZ. the agent of the two teams, predict a great
future for these newcomers.
The spotlights are covering the New Vork skyline as the Cadillacs arrive for this
premier of premiers. EDWARD LAWRiANCE, Post Master General of the United
States, has just alighted with his date for the evening, first woman Speaker of the
House LILP PROSPECT, who is dressed in a lavish evening gown of gold lame, which
has been rumored to have been designed by SHIRLEY PETERSON, who runs the
exclusive MiLadies Guest Shoppe, on 5th Avenue. Many of her models, including
PAT LEACH and MADELON GARRETT, are usherettes in the theater here tonight.
Driving up in his new Mercedes-Benz is stock car racer MICHAEL REDMOND and
his riding partner JAY CUNNINGHAM; and behind them I see them wo women
who have gained some little renown as psychiatrists, LOUISE JOHNSON and
LUTICIA YOUNG, hI'.,, just been employed by the Mayo Clinic. Hhere they will
work with the eminent brain ......- .1i LUIS PAELEZ.
Curtain time is rapidly approaching and the invited guests are still arriving,
Here comes SARAH BARFI.ID and DIANE DELANEY, who have just invented
a way to keep the natural blond blond, and their escorts for the evening, KAISER
BAZAN, who has been elected as All-American ILill.ll for the past three years, and
BOB DAILEY, well known physist. who is working on the Nitrogen Bomb.
R.t;ri;._* into the theater we find. assuming seats, Dean of Vassar College. LEON-
ARD S(.,\NTON, and MARYJO AYCOCK, who is private veterinarian for Wild
Game Hunter JOHN STEPHENSON Further down in front are DIANE PETER-
SON, CAROLYN JONES. and FIl ( R HARTE, whose Eye, Ear and Throat Clinic
has proved a big success; a:nd there's MARGARET EVANS who has become famous
for inventing an Aumtmatic.Diaper-Cl ...I -.' MI lNi..
The lights dim and the curtains part. Out step EDITHANN EECKHOFF and
RICARDC LOREN(ES. your Mistress and Master of Ceremonies for the night. They
express theii pleasure at seeing such a crowd and call to mind the fact that PEGGY
RODDY, DONNA H.UMLI'IREY, and LYDIA SMITH could not be here tonight
as they are (iI.p'; ii in the '6 Clympics in San Francisto. And now the curtain rises.
There are mixed 'ois and abhs" as one is immediately aware of the striking set de-
signed by MARVA HI IN and VIR(.II A4 CHIN. As the play commences, no-
tice is taken of the magnificent job of lighting being done under the supervision
of MARK SUGAR. The stage manager. DAVID HERES, has made certain that noth-
ing will go wrong and the play is an immediate and tremendous success.
The cast receives a standing ovation which lasts for eight minutes, and the
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CURTIS, JANICE ROSCOE, and ANGELA TYI.ER, hair stylists whose 4th Avenue
shop is the rage of all society matrons. Life photographers DICK H(RVNE and
HOWARD LEWIS can be seen taking snans of MARGARET LEIGH, first woman
in Parliament, and GEORGE GERCHOW, foreign embassador to Costa Rica.
Right now MARY RESHETER, MARGARET ALLEN, and SHIRI EY KEEPERS
who have just opened as a sister trio at the Latin Quarter are trying to re- major
league ball players, ARMANDO I I'N( and LUIS ELLEZY to do a tan routine with
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I.l'iK PAl I'MlnO private dentist. and MIRETTA IINDSEY, private senog-
rapher, are seen discussing tonight's performance with famed critics PAT STANLEY
and GUYLEN LANE. I cannot hear what they are ,i;nL. but it seems favorable.
The attractive BETTY FEARS and her portrait painter, SUE PINCUS. have just
entered and are surveying the crowd There is star basketball player SAM MORRIS
who just recently played against the world famous Globe Trotters. MARY ORR is
hostess for the occasion.
SALLY MORIAND. the world's best known earring designer and model, has just
arrived in her new Rolls Royce convertible, wearing one of her latest creations. Righr
behind her comes GEORGE BLAND who has just starred in "Pink and Black Tri-
umphs." He has taken the place of the deceased Marion Brando.
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J. Argue


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J. Farube
J. Fahrubel


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M. Coffey C. Brackins


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J. Hall


F. Wray W. Lawrance F. Montalve


C. Olander


L. Terrell


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G. Trimble


E. Pabon


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J. White


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N. Fuller


B. Smith









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W. Williford


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STUDENT ASSOCIATION

The Student Association is composed of a representative elected from each home
room and a cabinet which direct the proceedings. The cabinet consists of a President,
Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer elected by the student
body.
The Student Association sponsors many school activities. Membership costs less
than if the students were to pay for each activity, inter-cholastic game, and the year-
book individually.
All the awards-sports, dramatics, music-are provided for by the student Asso-
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(Picrurcd from left to right): Back row: William Bird, Chuck Crawford, Allen
Robinette, Jack Dougan, Dirk Horne. Middle row: Huey Lee, Diane Hickey, Steffi
Beck, Carolyn Sanders, Alice Lim, Marie Bleakley. Front row: Cabinet-Madelon
Garrett, Secretary; Kaiser Bazan, President; Sandra Motta, Treasurer; David Hawthorne,
Vice-President; Milton Grover, Assistant Treasurer.






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ATHLETIC COUNCIL

The Athletic Council is con-
posed of home room alternates
who handle tickets and gate re-
ceipts and advertise the interscho-
lastic ganes. The President of the
Athletic Counqil is David IHox-
thorne, Vice-President of the Sru-
dent Association.


( Pictured from left to right) Back row: Alfred Chan, Billy
Rankin, Bill Hayes. Front row: Pat Leach, Carolyn Jones, Beth
Bialkowski, Mary Lou Dailey.


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

The I iclcr honor that Cristoba!
High School can bestow upon a
student is election to membership
in the Caribbean Chapter of the
National Honor Society. Qualifi-
cations for membership are charac-
ter, scholarship, leadership, and
service The officers of the organi-
zation are: Allen Robinette, Presi-
dent, Pauline Pincus, Secretary;
Sally Morland, Treasurer.


(Pictured from left to right) Hack row: iJmes Ambrose,
Pauline Pincus, Marv lo Aycock, Robert MacSparran. Front
row: Margaret Lcigh. All ... Robinette, 'l Morland.


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Torrid Zone Mizards


The honorary science club of the
Christobal High School, the Torrid Zone
Wizards, was first organized by Mr. Carl
Maedl in 1942. Members must have a
keen interest in science as well as a high
scholastic standing. Sponsor of the club
is Mr. Karl Shirley. The officers are
President, James Amrbrose; Vice-Presi-
dent, Brian Cox; Secretary, Allen Robin-
ette.


(Pictured from left to right) BACK ROW: Dick Home, Rupeni
Chin, Mr. Shirley, Robert MacSparran, Mary Jo Aycock, Felipe Gar-
cia, John Brackins. MIDDLE ROW: Jeanette Swicegood, Howard
Lewis, Pat Peck, Jean Chambers, Pauline Pincus, Margaret Leigh,
Sally Morland, Terry Louis, Cathy Lindsey. FRONT ROW: Allen
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Membership in the Quill and Scroll is
an award reserved for those who merit
the honor through scholarship, service,
and Journalistic achievements. The spon-
sor of the organization is Mr. Frederick
Saur. The members this year are: Mary U
Jo Aycock, Pat Leach, Donna Humphrey,
Robert MacSparran, Sally Morland, Dick
Home, and Pauline Pincus.


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Leach. STANDING: Mary Jo Aycock, Robert MacSparran, Dick
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The Girls' Athletic Association is an
exclusive sports club, composed only of
the girls who are outstanding in sports.
To become a member a girl must partici-
pate in at least two All-Star teams in one
year or one All-Star team and be in. L'
the top ten in the point system. 01) Lrs
of the organization are: Peggy Roddy,
President; Mary Jo Aycock, Vice-Presi-
dent; Margaret Leigh. Secretary-Treasurer.
The sponsor of the club is Mrs. Eileen
O'Brien.


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Membership into the "C" Club is with
little doubt the biggest honor an athlete
may achieve in C.H.S. To become a mem-
ber one must letter in a varsity sport and
be accepted and finally pass one of the
school's most "trying" initiations. Offi-
cers of the club are: K.iser Bazan, Presi-
dent: Bill Rankin, Vice-kiesident; Allen
Robinette, Secretary-Treasurer. The spon-
sor of the club is coachh Luke Palumbo.


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in acting and stage productions,
helps the Thespians in the CHS
play productions. Each year the
Dramatics Club participates in the
Annual Drama Festival and pre-
sents an assembly to the student
body.


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The sponsor of the Dramatics Club is Mrs. Anne Gegg.
The officers are Margaret Leigh, President; Sally Morland, Vice-
President; Carolyn Jones, Secretary; and Marie Bleakley, Treas-
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The National Thespians of CHS
are those students who are out-
standing in the field of dramatics,
not only in acting, but also who
do exceptional work on publicity,
make-up, and stage construction.
This year there are ten Thespians
in the organization with Mrs. Anne
(..e:' as sponsor. The officers are
President, Sally Morland; Vice-
President, Pauline Pincus; Secre-
tary, Terry Louis; Treasurer, Rob-
ert McSparr.an and Historian.
MIargarct Leigh.


( Pictured from left to right) Back row: Mrs. Gegg, Brian
Cox, Barbira; Gegg, Barry Davison, Mark Sugar. Front row:
Margaret Leigh, Robert MacSparran, Sally Morland, Pauline
Pincus.


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The Rifle (lub, organized in
19 i7. consists of those students in-
terested in rifles ;and the correct
way to use them. The Rifle Club
com peres in National Postal
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expert marksmen.


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The officers of the club are: President, Mike Brians; Vice-
President, Billy Gibson; Secretary, Beth Bialkowski; Treasurer,
Linda Ciiiiinc'l ..... Executive Officer, Barry Davison. The
sponsor is Mr. Noel Gibson.


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one members, all boys, who repre-
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American republics. Each member
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The Library Assistants do innum-
erable jobs, such as keeping library
records, checking and replacing
books, and helping a student who
needs aid in the library. These stu-
dents, under the supervision of
Miss Brown, work hard and earn
academic credit for their efforts.


(Pictured from left to right), BACK ROW: Loretta Hirschfeld.
FRONT ROW: Marva Henson, Flora Harte, Robin Gilbert.


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The office girls are a great help
to Miss Rosania in the office. They
type, file, and do other helpful jobs
for an academic credit.


( Pictured from left to right): Virginia Chin, Donna Humphrey, Doris
Pabon, Pat Stanley, Miretta Lindsey, Luticia YIhnll. AT DESK: Miss
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Carbe Club


The Caribe Club, the
Cristobal High School branch
of the Future Teachers of
America, was organized in
1949 to further (...i"IrI
the noble cause of teaching
as a profession. Officers of
the organization are: Bar-
b.ira Gregg, President; Pat
Leach, Secretary. The spon-
sor of the club is Miss Mary
Anderson.


(Pictured from left to right) Back row: Fay Wray, Miss Ander-
son, Steffi Bekk. Front row: Esther Miller, Barbara Gegg, Ellen Fus-
sleman. tNot pictured) Pat Leach.


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TRACK TEAM-Front row (left to right): Manager B. Davison, B. Hall, C. Brackins,
E. Pabon, W. Sasso, J. Brooks, B. Rankin, R. Eaton, C. Detore, E. Stieritz, R. Lowe,
and Manager S. Newhard. Back row (left to right): K. Bazon, J. Brackins,G. Lane,
D. Hawthorne, M. Grover, L. Werlein, J. Forrcst, L. Duhon, R. Lorences, B. Gibson,
E. Smith, A. Robinette, and W. Chong.


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Croft, M. Brians, W. Sasvo, L. Ellzcy, D. Conception, and lithoy J. Palumbo.h Back
row (left to right): Manager J. Brackins, 1.. Taber, C. Fears. M Grover, R. Tobin.
A. Robinette, L. Palumbo, S. Newlhard, aind Coach L. Palumbo.


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"A" LEAGUE-Seated: Doris Pabon, Captain. Front row (left to right): Jean
Chambers, Edith Eckhoff, Ruby Dodson, Mary Jo Aycock, Lydia Smith, and Alicia
Hicks. Back row (left to right): Caroline Jones, Peggy Roddy, Linda Cunning-
ham, Madelon Garrett, Sarah Barfield, Manager Cathy Lindsey, Sandra Motta, and
Bunchy Gegg.


"B" LEAGUE-Front row (left to right): Sue Pincus, Donna Humphrey, Captain
Wendy Cotton, Linda Talbert, and Huey l.ee. Back row (left to right): Jeanette
Swiccgood, C arolyn H;Iser, Angela Tylei, Ann Brede, Carolyn Sanders, Diane Hickey.
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to right): Doris Pabon, Kathleene Brede, Mary Jo Aycock, and Margery Connard.
BACK ROW (left to right): Marie Bleakley, Sarah Barfield, Sandra Motta, and Linda
Cunningham. NOT PICTURED: Shirley Peterson, Diane Delaney, Alice Lim, Bonnie
Smith. M.ir\ Morland. and M.i.n.cr i(all MhaPhtrson
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"B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-(left to right): Jeanette Swiccgood, Barbara Connard, Sue
Pincus, Captain Donna Humphrey, Wendy Cotton, Linda Talbert, and Steffic Beck.
BACK ROW (left to right): Carolyn Hauser, Pat Maedl, Diane Hickey, Ann Brede,
Mandy Donahue, and Margaret Leigh. NOT PICTURED: Judy Tipton.


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Cristobal High School looks with pride to its Music Department, under the direc-
tion of Mr. O. E. Jorstad. Throughout the years the Glee Club, Orchestra, and Band
have played an important part in every program. Music is presented before each play,
between the acts, and after the final curtain. Every Assembly program includes music
by the Glee Club, Orchestra, or Band. Every talent show includes individual musical
talent-vocal or instrumental. The Band brings added school spirit to pep assemblies
and aids the morale of the team members on the playing field.

The high-lights of each year at Cristobal High School include the traditional
Christmas Festival with the tableaux and the annual Spring Festival. Who could imagine
Cristobal High School without its music or without Mr. Jorstad?

THE ORCHESTRA


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Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Humphrey
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Mayor and Mrs. Jose D. Bazan
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Robinette
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Armstrong
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith
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