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Pictured below: Walter Woodruff, Photographer; Veronica
Blennerhassert, Editor; Hilda Saborio, Assistant Editor; and
Dewey Whittaker, Business Manager.





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TABLE OF CONTENTS


In Memoriam --- --------- 13
Dedication 5
Faculty-------------- 9
Seniors ------------ 14
Class History----------- 43
Last Will and Testament- ------- 44
Hall of Fame --------- -- 45
Baby Pictures --------- 56
Juniors ------------ 59
Underclassmen. ----------------------------------- 67
Clubs ----------- 73
Sports ------------ 81
Music -- ----------- 92
R. O. T. C..------------ 94













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MR. NOEL GIBSON


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DEDICATION





For his sincere loyalty in serving CHS for the last twenty-two
years, the students of Cristobal High School dedicate the
1961 Caribbean to Mr. Noel Gibson. His timely efforts in
helping the students are such that they deserve to be rewarded,
even in this small way.
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MR. PAUL BECK



Principal
A.B., Findlay College
M.A., University of Michigan


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Mr. Carl E. Maedl
B.A., Moosehead Teachers College
M.A., Columbia University
Guidance Director
Boys' Counselor


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Mrs. Josephine McDonnell
Episcopal Hospital
School Nurse


FACULTY


Mrs. Marion Taylor
Secretary


Miss Adamary Anderson
B.A., Florida State College for Women
M.A., University of Michigan
American Institutions
U. S. History
Honor Society Sponsor
Girls' Counselor Mr. Richard W. Bock
B.A., University of North Dakota
M.Ed., University of Houston
Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
Sophomore Class Sponsor


Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi
B.A., Southeastern Louisiana College
M.A., Mississippi Southern College
Physical Education
Cheerleader Sponsor
G.A.A. Sponsor


Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi
B.A., Rutgers University
M.Ed., Rutgers University
English
Journalism
Quill and Scroll Sponsor


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Mrs. Veva Folsom
A.B., Nebraska State College
M.A., Colorado State College
Business Education
S. A. Treasurer
Typing and Shorthand
Modern Business


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Mrs. Anne Gegg
B.A., Cornell University
M.S., Cornell University
Latin, French, Spanish
Junior Class Sponsor


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Mr. Noel Gibson
B.S., Bradley University
Mechanical Drawing
Metal Shop
Rifle Club Sponsor


Mr. Eugene Gregg
A.A., Canal Zone Junior College
B.A., Colorado State College
M.A., University of Colorado
Social Studies
Modern World History
Athletic Council Sponsor


Mr. David Ingram
B.S., East Texas State College
M.Ed., East Texas State College
Health
Physical Education


Miss Helen Johnston
B.A., Pacific University
M.A., Pacific University
M.L., University of Washington
Librarian
Library Training


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Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad
B.A., Concordia Conservatory of Music
B.M., Concordia Conservatory of Music
M.A., University of Michigan
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


Mrs. Alfhild Maedl
B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College
English


Mr. Bernard Mazzoni
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State University
Algebra
Mathematics
Journalism Ads Sponsor


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Mr. Ralph Garret
B.A., Furman University
M.A., University of South Carolina
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Mr. Robert McCullough
B.S., St. Cloud State College
M.A., Colorado State College
Social Studies
Early World History



Miss Sophie McLimans
B.S., University of Wyoming
Household Arts
Nurses' Aides Sponsor




Mr. Paul Moser
B.S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College
Physical Education
Health
C.T.S. Sponsor


Mr. James D. Norman
B.S., Michigan State University
M.S., Oregon State College
Biology
General Mathematics


Mr. Luke Palumbo
B.S., Northwest Missouri State College
General Science
Jr. High S. A. Sponsor


Mr. James H. Pfau
B.S., Valley City State Teachers College
M.A., University of Minnesota
Chemistry
Physics
S. A. Sponsor




Mr. Charles T. Reeves
B.A., Arizona State University
B.S., Arizona State University
M.A., Arizona State University
Woodwork, General Shop, Mathematics
Drivers' Training


Mr. James Rice
B.F.A., University of Texas
M.Ed., Howard Payne College
Art, English


Mrs. Stella Riefkohl
B.A., New York University
M.A., Columbia University
Spanish


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Mr. James Rollins
B.S., University of Arkansas
M.A., University of Arkansas
General Science, Mathematics
Social Studies
Sponsor, Dramatics Club and Thespians


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Mr. Earl Sharrick
B.A., Illinois State Normal University
M.A., Illinois State Normal University
Special Education


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Mr. Frank Spitzer
B.S., East Carolina College
Mathematics 7 and 8
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Mr. James Stearns
B.S., University of Florida
M.A., University of Florida
Spanish
"21" Club Sponsor


Sgt. Thomas Metcalf
Military 1
Drill Team Advisor
Company "F" Advisor


Mrs. Harriet Young
B.S., Central Missouri State College,
Northwestern University
M.A., Louisiana State University
English 9 and 12
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Capt. Frank Currier
University of Richmond
Officers Advance Course,
The Infantry School


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Mrs. Dorothy Smith
A.B., Ohio Northern University
English 11 and 12
Senior Class Sponsor






IN MEMORIAL


Class of 1960
Died October 15, 1960



Doris was a warm-hearted, cheerful girl who had many friends. All
those who knew her will long remember her.


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GEORGE HEIM COTTON
"Bulldog"
April 22, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I am a man, and whatever concerns hu-
manity is of concern to me."
"C" Club 2,3,4; Class Assemblies 3,4; Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2;
Soccer 1,2,3; Sophomore Class President;'
Senior Class president;. Boys' State, Lt.
Governor 3; CZ. All Stars 1957-1958;
VFW Palm Bowl All Stars, 1959-1960;
R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; Company Commander 4;
Color Guard 3.


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Carol Martha Agee
March 30, 1944
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
"Her talent and brain will bring her great;
gain."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Torris Zone Wizards
1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1,4; Basketball 1,3;
Caribe Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society
3,4; Volleyball 3; Softball 3; Class Assemblies
4; Band 1,2,3,4. Outstanding Student 2.


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Edna Earle Baker
"Kiwi"
September 23, 1943
Augusta, Georgia
"Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced
by variety."
Lampasas High School, Lampasas, Texas -
Future Homemakers of America 1; Leilehua
High School, Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaiian Is-
lands.


Catherine Julianne Bantin
"Julie"
August 30, 1943
Opelousas, Louisiana
"The best part of beauty is that which
no picture can express."
Basketball Intramurals 4; Lampasas High
School, Lampasas, Texas Future Homemak-
ers of America 1,2,3; Wiesbaden High School,
Wiesbaden, Germany.


Patricia H. Baron
"Pat"
March 17, 1943
Shelby, Montana
"Little said, much accomplished."
Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Girls' State 3; Band
1,2,3,4; S.A. Representative 2. Barstow Un-
ion High School; Cristobal High School Na-
tional Honor Society.


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Lesley Anne Berger
"Les"
August 20, 1943
Roxbury, Massachusetts
"Her smile's from within,
Many friends doth she win!"
FTA 2,3,4, President 4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Thespians 3,4,
Treasurer 3, President 4; Plays: Loud Red
Patrick, Inside Lester, Room Full of Roses. .
'. Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3;
National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President
4; Freshmen All Start. Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1,2; Basketball 1; Softball 1,2. Tennis
3; Class Assemblies 1,3,4; Cheerleading 3,4;
Homecoming Court; Girls' State 3; Girls' Na-
tion 3; S.A. Representative 2,3.









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Joseph Augustine Bialkowski
"Jay"
September 24, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Variety is the very spice of life
That gives it all its form."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3;
Intramurals: Soccer, Basketball, Track 1;
A Freshman Class Vice-President; Band 1,2.














Thomas Jeffery Billison
"Tom"
June 14, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A not-so-quiet guy with no enemies."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4, Vice-President; "C"
Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Presi-
dent 4; "21" Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4
(Lettered 3,4); All Stars, 3,4; All-Interscho-
lastic team Co.Captain 4; Track 2,3,4 (Let-
tered 3,4); Swimming 2,3,4 (Lettered 3);
S.A. Representative 1,3; S.A. President 4.
R.O.T.C. Cadet Lt. Colonel; Battalion Com-
mander, Outstanding Cadet Medal MI & MII;
Outstanding Cadet Officer MIII; Several
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Veronica Blennerhassett
"Winky"
August 21, 1943
Kingston, Jamaica
"Friendship in her smile and talent in her
toes."
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer
4; Dramatics Club 2; Class Assemblies 3,4,
(Manager 3); Roosevelt Assembly 3; Cam-
paign Assembly 3; Vice-President of the
Junior class; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Represen-
tative 1; Chairman of the Dinner Commit-
tees, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Caribbean Editor 4; Trade-
wind Staff 4; Caribbean Assistant Business
Manager 4. Intramurals: Basketball 2,3; Soft-
ball 2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; National Honor
Society.


Donald Wilson Bonneau
"Bouidini"
October 16, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He thinks much, but says little in pro-
portion to his thoughts."
Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Track 2,4;
All Stars 4. Basketball and Soccer Intramur-
als 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 2,3,4; Highest Shooter
2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3.










Shirley Anne Bonneau
"Shirl"
September 15, 1941
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Smiling lips, twinkling eyes, and a
beauty that never dies."
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Basketball, Volleyball, and Soft-
ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4. S.A. Representative
1,2; S. A. Alternate 3; Homecoming Queen
4; Cheerleading 2,3,4.


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SRodman Frank Brayton
"Rod"
May 25, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Thinking, not growth, makes manhood."
Soccer 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. Drill Team MI; 2nd
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Beverly Marcia Brownlee
"Baby Brownlee"
October 16, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone
"Beverly's merry, laughing, carefree ways
Shall remind us of our high school days."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses'
Aide 1; FTA 1,2,3,4; Captain of Basketball

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Harry Flanric Butz, Jr.
"Rickey"
February 18, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"His hopes are high as his legs are long."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4. Thespians 3,4; Plays:
Whole Town is Talking, House Without Win-
dows. Chorus 1,2,3,4; Christmas Festival
1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4.



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Curtis Randall Coate
"Randy"
April 24, 1943
Columbus, Ohio
"True value lies in the mind,
the never yielding purpose."
Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor So-
ciety 4; Jr. Rifle Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Or-
chestra 1. ROTC: 2nd Place Annual M-1
Exam; Drill Team 1; Battalion S-3; Major 4.


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Carolyn Cecilia Coffin
"Lynne"
November 20, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Actions speak louder than words."
Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses' Aid Club 1,2,3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team 2,3.











Brenda Alicia Collins
April 8, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. de Panama
"She is friendly, kind, and true,
Always ready to laugh with you."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses'
Aide 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,-
4; Softball 1,2; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4;
Basketball All Stars 1,2,3,4; Softball All Stars
1,2;.Tennis 3,4; Swimming 1,2; Gymnastics
4; S.A. Alternate 4; Girls' State.


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Sharon Lynn Cooper
"Goobie"
September 11, 1943
Fort Worth, Texas

"A captivating blond with a weakness
for laughter."

Dramatics Club 2; Nurses' Aid 2; Intramur-
als 4; Vocal 1,2; Girls' State 3.


Larry J. Corrigan
June 7, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Whatever is worth doing at all is
worth doing well."

Balboa High School 1; Football 1; Basketball
1; Waterpolo 1; R.O.T.C. Efficiency Ribbon;
Marksman Medal; S.A. Ribbon.


John Cronan
"Pumpsie"
December 12, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Of plain, sound sense life's current
coin is made."
"C" Club; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 3;
Soccer 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. 2nd Lieutenant.


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Patrick Henry Dockery
"Doc"
August 15, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Joking and laughing all the day long;
To him life is just a sweet, merry song."
Track 3,4; Class Assembly 4.


Stephanie Marie Dreyer
"Steffie"
September 11, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Conscientious and dependable,
a classmate indispensable."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Nurses' Aid 1,2,3,4.


Paul Frederick Ebdon
"Pace"
June 21, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"The world was taken in a stride;
Nor turned he back for time or tide."
"21" Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2; Rifle Club 1,2; Band
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4. RO.T.C.: Best shot
MII, Achievement MII, Major Battalion EXO.


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Patricia Egger
"Pat"
April 15, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Always there to lend a hand,
When the situation may demand."
G.A.A. 3; Volleyball All Stars 3; Basketball
All Stars 4; Softball All Stars 3. Intramurals:
Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4. Girls' State 3; "Americanism" at
Girls' State; Chairman of Dance Committee
2,3; Freshman All Stars 1.


Mary Alice Englke
"Molly"
November 12, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"A home-loving gal with lots of pep."
Volleyball All Stars 1; Volleyball Intramur-
als 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Christmas Festival 1;
Spring Festival 1. Class Offices: Secretary 2.
Athletic Council 3; Assistant Treasurer of
S.A.. "21" Club Queen 2; Cheerleading 1,2,-
3,4 (Captain 3); Drill Team Sponsor 3, Bat-
talion Sponsor 4.


Barbara Jean Erikson
"Barb"
January 18, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Never trouble trouble, till trouble
troubles you then laugh."
S.A. Representative 2; Tradewind Staff 4.


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Virginia Lynn Favorite
"Ginny"
November 19, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Oh! you flavor everything;
You are the vanilla of society."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4. Intramurals: Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,4. Volleyball All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball All Stars 1,2,3,4;
Softball All Stars 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4;
Outstanding Swimmer 1960; Tennis 3;4;
Gymnastics; Manager of Freshman All Stars;
S.A. Representative 1,2,4; Athletic Council
3; Top Ten All Stars 1,2; R.O.T.C. Sponsor,
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Willard Jay French
"Jay"
May 11, 1943
San Diego, California
"Whoever invented work should have
finished it."
Rifle Club 1,2,3; Soccer 3; R.O.T.C. Drill
Team Commander 4.


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Helen Marie Fogle
"Mouse"
October 22, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"To be I friend is her way."
Volleyball Intrammurals 2; Bowling 2,3.


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Andrea Manuela Grebien
"Andy"
October 6, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"More to her than gold or grain
is the cunning hand and the
cultured brain."
Nurses' Aide Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Caribe
Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Historian 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Band 2; Girls' State 3; Honor Society 4.


Judirh Dorothea Hakanson
"Judy"
January 12, 1942
Brooklyn, New York
"A winsom smile and laughing
green eyes
Makes this girl above the others
rise."
Dramatics Club 1,2; Glee Club 3.














Barbara Marie Hall
"Babs"
October 25, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"I'd rather be remembered by a
song
Than by victory."
Volleyball, Softball and Basketball Intra-
murals 1,2,3,4; Glee Club.


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Judith Ann Hallett
"Judy"
September 28, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"A gay little lass with a per-
sonality all her own."
Dramatics Club 2. Intramurals: Basketball
1; Softball 1; Volleyball 1,3,4. Volleyball All
Stars 1; Orchestra 1,2; Tradewind staff.


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Hebe Diana Hearn
"Texas"
February 9, 1944
Washington, D.C.
"The study of mankind is man."
Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Rifle Club 4; Chorus
3. Highland Park High School, Dallas, Texas:
Hi-Lite Club; Student Association; Highland
Chorus 2,3.


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Elizabeth L. Hewitt
"Betsy"
November 3, 1943
Omaha, Nebraska
"Quietness and diligence
Pervade her gentle spirit."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1.2,3,4;
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Volley-
ball, Basketball Intramurals; Girls' State 3.


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Cody Jorden Hollowell
"Wolfe"
January 16, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Strong, silent type with a big grin."
Rifle Team 2,3; Swimming 2.


Mary Jane Husted
"Janie"
August 25, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Sincere and always kind,
A nicer -girl is hard to find."
G.A.A. 3; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Volleyball 2,3; Freshman Softball All Stars,
Captain. Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4. Glee Club
1. Balboa High School Glee Club.







Gary Wade Irving
"Nose"
March 31, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A quick brain, a quick tongue, and
flying feet."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2; National
Honor Society 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,-
3,4; "21" Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Rifle
Club 1,2; Football All Stars 1,2,3,4 (Lettered
3,4); Track 1,2,3,4 (Lettered 1,2,3,4); Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; Soccer Intramurals
1,2,3; Orchestra 2; Chorus 4; S.A. Secretary
4; Most Valuable Trackman 3; All Zone Foot-
ball; "21" Club Essay Prize (1st Place) 3.


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May 4, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"From the top of her head to the tip
of her toes,
The impression of neatness and loveliness
grows."
Orchestra 1,2.
















Walter Herman Kleefkens
"Walt"
April 19, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"There is nothing insignificant -
nothing."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Basketball3,4; Track
1,2; Baseball 3; Basketball All Stars 1,2;
R.O.T.C. 2,3.


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James Alexander Stearns
"Alex"
July 9, 1943
Cayey, Puerto Rico
"An all-round guy with a smile for all."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 2,3,4; "21"
Club Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; "C" Club
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class Assembly 3;
Football 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Baseball 2;
Lettered in Football 3,4; Track 3,4; President
of Junior Class 3; S.A. Representative 1,4;
Boys' State 3; Palm Bowl All Stars 1960; "21"
Club Assembly 2,3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; Guidon
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Sharon Lee Knarz
"Sherry"
October 5, 1942
Sleboygan, Wisconsin
"Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye."
Junior Club and Nurses' Aid Club, Custer
High School. Tradewind Staff 4.


Katherine Gladys Kucikas
"Kathy"
February 13, 1943
Panama City, Rep. of Panama
"The female of the species is more
deadly than the male."
Caribe Club 2.














Michael James La Croix
"Mike"
March 6, 1942
Chicago, Illinois
"Happy and free as the breeze,
His heart and mind are at ease."
Soccer Intramurals 3,4; Band 1,2. Miami
Military Academy: Bugler, Horse-Back Drill
Team, Master Sgt.; Basketball, Baseball,
Weight Lifting. Latin American and North
American Dance Band.


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Timothy N. Lasher
"Tim"
January 13, 1944
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"One who has both feet planted firmly
in the air."
Susquehanna Twp. High School: Baseball 1,2;
Wrestling 2; Choir 2.












Mary Nell Lee
"Dixie"
April 14, 1943
Heflin, Alabama
"The thoughts behind that pixie face
Are like none other in the human race."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,-
3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2. Basket-
ball All Stars 2,3; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4;
Softball All Stars 1,2; S.A. Representative 2;
Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming Court; Girls'
State 3.












Cecilia Sylvia Lelaidier
"Ceci"
July 12, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Silence gives the proper grace
to women."
Nurses' Aid Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2;
Glee Club 1,2,4; Girls' State 3.


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Elizabeth Ann Limkemann
"Betty"
July 2, 1944
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
"A classmate everyone admires:
Her quest for knowledge never tires."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Nurses' Aid Club 2,-
3,4, Historian 2, President 3; Caribe Club
2,3,4, Secretary 3; National Honor Society
3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Girls' State
3; Outstanding Student II.
















Livia D. Lippincott
"Pee Wee"
May 21, 1942
Springfield, Massachusetts
"Small in stature, but full of pep
and life."
Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses' Aid Club 1,2,3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3. Intra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3;
Softball 2. Girls' State 3.


Andrea Faye Terrell
"Andy"
March 6, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"She has a future full of treasures."
Nurses' Aid 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Volleyball,
Basketball, and Softball Intramurals 1,2; Girls'
State.


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Thomas Dugan
"Tom"
October 31, 1943
Sandborn, Indiana
"Somebody has to take it easy, so it
might as well be me."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; Rifle
Club 1; "21" Club Assembly; Swimming
1,2,3; Outstanding Swimmer Award; "21"
Club Essay, 3rd prize. R.O.T.C.: Rifle team
ribbon; Best cadet six-week period ribbon;
Rifle Team medal; Best shot, MI; Best Cadet
Medal; 2nd highest daily average medal; Ex-
pert rifleman badge.


Warren D. Marquard
"Babe"
May 14, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone
"Suppress me, if you can."
'C" Club; Torrid Zone Wizards; Class As-
sembly 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 3,4; Track
2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 2,4.

















Giles L. Martin
February 17, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone
"It is the mind that makes the man."
Dramatics Club 4; Caribe Club 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2; National Honor Society 4;
Class Assembly 4; R.O.T.C. Adjutant MI,
MII, MIII, MIV.


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Mario J. Martin
April 11, 1942
Amador Guerrero, Rep. of Panama
"He is the mirror of all courtesy."
Soccer 2; Softball 1.


Allen John Messer
"Boito"
December 10, 1942
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Very quiet and unassuming,
Weighty plans his mind is brewing."
Swimming 2; R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2,3,4.


Michael Ashton Metcalf
"Mike"
November 26, 1943
Mineral Wells, Texas
"Honor and knowledge alone can merit,
Alone can produce."
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; National Honor
Society 4; "C" Club 4; S.A. Alternate 3;
Merit Scholarship Finals 4. R.O.T.C. Drill
Team 2,3; Commander 3; Outstanding Cadet
MI; 2nd on Final Exam, 2; 1st on Exam, 2;
D.A. Ribbon 2; High Daily Average 3; Com-
pany Commander 3. Bloomington High
School: S.A. Representative 1.


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"Dave"
October 30, 1942
Washington, D. C.
"Don't let study interfere with
Education."
Dramatics Club 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4;
R.O.T.C. Drill Team 4.












Robert Edward Morrissey (Rice)
"Beak"
February 27, 1943
Boston, Massachusetts
"There is more to me than you
understand."
"C" Club 2,4; Athletic Council 2; Football
(Lettered 3,4); Track 3,4 (Manager 3,4);
Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Homecoming
Court; Boys' State 3; Color Guard 3; All
Star Football 4.












Berthier David Murray
"Bert"
July 19, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of 'Panama
"His talk was like a stream which runs
with rapid change from rock to roses."
Band 1,2; Boys' State 3.


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Sharon Rose McElhone
"Mac"
May 5, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Gentle of nature, humble of
heart,
Forever striving to fulfill her
part."
Dramatics Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary-
Treasurer 3,4; Class Assemblies 2,3; Basket-
ball, Softball, Volleyball (Captain 1). All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Captain, A League All Stars 4.
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3. President
of Freshman class; Vice-President of Sopho-
more class; Vice-President of S.A.; S.A. Rep-
resentative 4; President of the Athletic Coun-
cil 3; Homecoming Court 4; R.O.T.C. Spon-
sor 4. Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 4, Secretary
3; Campaign Assembly 2,3.


Elizabeth Mary McLaren
"Liz"
May 18, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Not too studious, not too gay,
She trods the even, middle way."
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2;
Volleyball 2,3. Vocal 1,2,3.
















Mary Rebecca McLeod
"Becky"
September 21, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, C. Z.
"A refreshing air of unconcern
and a friendly hello for all."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aid 1,2,3,4;
Thespians 4, Vice-President; Basketball, Soft-
ball and Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.A.
Alternate 3; Band 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Glee
Club 1.


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October 9, 1943
Elko, Nevada
"The beauty of the Heavens is the stars;
The beauty of a woman is her hair."
Tradewind Staff 4; Volleyball and Basketball
Intramurals 4. Capuchino High School,
Science Club 1; California Scholarship Fed-
eration, 2 years; Girls' Sports Intramurals
1,2,3; S.A. Representative and Alternate.
















Diane Elizabeth Nolte
"Di"
January 6, 1944
St. Louis, Missouri
"Her sincerity is deep, her happiness
complete."
Tradewind Staff 4. Pacific Grove High
School, Rally Club; Bowling and Softball In-
tramurals 1.
















Michael Barnaby Rudge
"Mike"
September 6, 1943
Vashon Island, Washington
"To climb steep hills requires slow pace
at first."
Balboa High School 1,2; Chi Eta Sigma 3,4;
Balboa Lettermen Club 1,2; Chess Club 2;
Football 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Water Polo r
1; Soccer 1,2; Gymnastic Intramurals 3; Ten-
nis 3; Track 3; S.A. Alternate 2,4; Athletic
Council 4; Master of Ceremonies, Homecom-
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Hilda M. Saborio
July 15, 1941
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Asking nothing, revealing naught, but
minting her words from a fund of
thought."
Nurses' Aide Club 1, Glee Club 2, Tradewind
Staff, Caribbean Assistant Editor 4.


Leonidas Sanchez, Jr.
"Leo"
April 26, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"He grins from ear to ear in the most
disturbing fashion; he jokes a lot and
laughs a lot, but for work he has no
passion."
"21" Club 3,4; "C" Club 3,4.


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Carol Ann Seaman
"Ca Ca"
May 23, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A friendly gal who is a sensation on the
gym floor."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide Club 2,3; Treas-
urer 2; Dramatics Club 2, Band 1,2,3,4;
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volley-
ball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Swimming and
Diving Team 2,3,4; Bowling Team 2,3 (Let-
tered 2,3); Top Ten 1,2,3.


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Lorna Diane Shore
"Diny"
February 13, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Little I ask; my wants are few."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4: The Whole Town
is Talking. Basketball Intramurals 1.















Leslie Humberto Tompkins
"Les"
June 11, 1943
Barranquilla, Columbia
"Content to live-this is my story "
Track 3,4; R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff 1,2,3,4.














Daniel W. Smith
"Dan"
February 15, 1942
Columbus, Georgia
"As light on his feet as he is in his
heart."
"C" Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4, President
4; Track 2,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3.
Class Secretary 3; S.A. Elections 3,4; R.O.T.C.
Lt. 3, 1st Lt. 4; Rifle Team.


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Rebecca Anne Slowick
"Ginger"
January 15, 1943
Knoxville, Tennessee
"Happy-go-lucky Ginger-formula
for fireworks."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4. Tradewind Staff;
Glee Club 1.


Helen Marie Spector
"Spec"
March 10, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Full of chatter and full of pep,
NEVER QUIET, that's her rep."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball
1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4. Glee Club 1; Swim-
ming 1,2,3,4; Freshman-Sophomore Brawl;
Trad,'uind staff.











Zola Lynn Steele
"Zorro"
January 17, 1943
Miami, Florida
"It's nice to be natural,
When you're naturally nice."
Nurses' Aid 3,4; Dramatics Club 4, Vice
President 4; Bowling; Softball Intramurals;
Band 4; Orchestra 4. Richard Montgomery
High School: Glee Club; S.A. Representative
1, 2; Softball and Volleyball Intramurals.


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Pamuela Ann Theriot
"Pam"
December 30, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Behind cool blue eyes and underneath
blond locks lies irresistible charm."
Girls' Athletic Association; Rifle Club 1,2;
Dramatics Club 3; Swimming 1,2,3,4. Intra-
murals: Softball 3, Volleyball 2. Orchestra
1,2; Band 2; Tradewind Staff 4.









Kathleen Diana Stromberg
"Kathy"
April 7, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"The glass of fashion, and the mould of
form.
The observed of all observers."
Dramatics Club; Jamboree Queen 4.


Jack Edward Taber
"Fatman"
September 29, 1943
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"The deed I intend is great,
But what, as yet, I know not."
Rifle Club 3; Football 3; Soccer 2,3; Drill
Team 2.


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"Jeff"
December 5, 1939
Kingsville, Texas
"Worry is not for lads like me."
Football 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football Letter
4; Orchestra 2,4; Swimming team 1,2.


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Roberta Ann Vache
"Bobbie"
August 26, 1943
Catskill, New York
"Blest with temper whose unclouded ray
Can make tomorrow as cheerful as today."
Nurses' Aid 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Bowl-
ing 2,3,4; Softball 3,4; Glee Club 2; S.A.
Representative 1-Balboa High School.











Louise Mary Allgaier
"Lou"
March 22, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Of every noble work the silent part is
best."
Nurses' Aid 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 2; Intra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2; Bowling 4.










Alfred Valdez
March 2, 1942
Clifton, Arizona
"He is the mirror of all courtesy."
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; MUHS Wireless Bugs, Mon-
terey Union High School.











Robert Edward Walker
"Doak"
August 28, 1943
New York City, New York
"A likeable chap whose wacky wit never
allows for a dull moment."
Football 3; Soccer 1,2; Basketball Intramurals
2,3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4.


Francis Perry Washabaugh, Jr.
June 12, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A happy fellow with a devil-may-care
kind of grin."
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4;
Platoon Leader 4.


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July 1, 1942
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Men of few words are the best men."
Track 1; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3.






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Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Happy am I and from care am I free."
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; Governor's Cup.


















Dewey Blaine Whirtaker
"Dew"
August 26, 1942
Liberty, Missouri
S"A lot of masculinity adored by
feminity."
Football; Basketball; Football Letter 2,3,4;
."C Club 2,3,4; Interncholastic All Zone
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James Randolph Williams
"Jack"
January 1, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The most essential feature of man is his
improvableness."
Football; Swimming; S.A. Alternate 2.


Walter Thayer Woodruff
"Wally"
August 16, 1941
Wheeling, West Virginia
"I make the most of all that comes,
and the least of all that goes."
"C" Club; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Swim-
ming 2; Caribbean and Tradewind photog-
rapher.


Camera Shy: Allen Jacques, Michael
Littleton, John Manning, and Abel
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CLASS PROPHECY


Glancing into the future to see what the class of 1961
has been doing for the past ten years, we find most of our
friends scattered all over the world and a few off the world.
Marriage has claimed fourteen of our girls. Judy Ha-
kanson, Shirley Bonneau, Pat Baron and Hilda Saborio have
married pilots working for the Trans-World Air Line.
They are busy keeping their children on the ground. Edna
Baker just married Ted Kennedy and is planning to become
a First Lady. Linda Nelson and Sharon Knatz are married
to twin brothers and live next door to each other on a gold
mine in Alaska. Zola Steele married the head doctor of the
Walter Reed Hospital. Diane Shore married Christian Dior's
Vice-President and now is sending the United States many
beautiful fashions. Barbara Hall, Diane Nolte, Molly En-
gelke, Stephanie Dryer and Kathy Stromberg are very happily
married and are raising large families.
Here in Panama, we find Gary Irving building a tunnel
under the Canal for a highway. Paul Ebdon is helping
him dig. Mike Rudge is chief taster in the Balboa Brewery.
Leo Sanchez is President of Panama and is working on a
new reform bill to build three diamond-shaped swimming
pools in Panama, the contracts for which will be handled
by Harry Butz. Don Bonneau is head of the "Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Iguanas." Bobbie Vache is his
secretary. Perry Washabaugh has finally graduated from
Junior College, C. Z., and is now planning to continue his
education in the States. Mike La Croix has finished his
apprenticeship, and plans to own Westinghouse, someday.
Far, far away from the Canal Zone, we see the first
space ship in outer space, designed by Rod Brayton. John
Cronan is Captain and Mario Martin is Co-Captain; Bert
Murray is the Doctor and Lesley Berger is Chief Nurse;
Jack Williams is the scientist. Jay French is translator, in
case they find people on the Moon.
Looking toward Earth's atmosphere, we find some of
our ladi in the Air Force. Danny Smith has decided to
make a career out of the Air Force. In celebration of this
very important event, he was sent to Afghanistan. His very
lucky crew are Jack Taber, Allen Messer, George Cotton
and Mike Littleton. As they land in Afghanistan, they see
Randy Coate, the famous "Walker," who has decided to
walk around the world. He has nearly drowned three times.
In France, we find Helen Spector, enjoying her trip to
Paris. She came from the United States on a ship com-
manded by Captain Robert Morrissey. Helen wanted to go
to Paris for not only its beauty but because the famous
hair stylist, Kathy Kucikas, is there. Kathy is famous for
her "weather beaten" hair-do's.
In other countries, all over the world, we find Pat
Dockery, Tim Lasher and Larry Corrigan, who are now
proud fathers of many children and are heads of big de-
partment stores in French Indo-China. Alex Stearns and
Jay Bialkowski have combined forces and are now President
and Vice-President of a tuna-canning factory in Nova Sco-
tia. Liz McLaren is a watch-checker in Switzerland. Bobby
Walker manufactures Volkswagons in Germany.
Betty Limkemannis the first female president of Macy's,
and, from what we hear, she is making millions of dollars.


Of course, with David Miller as her head salesman, she has
a reason to be making millions.
One of our'illustrious students is writing a book. He
is John Manning, who rides trains-underneath. He is writ-
ing a book entitled People As They Are, and he reeds a
worm's eye Autographed copies will be furnished at
Gimbel's.
Looking into Macy's once again, we find Giles Martin
and Walter Kleefkins playing Santa Claus in order to dis-
pose of their money. They are wealthy philanthropists, hav-
ing played the stockmarket and made millions.
Cecilia Lelaidier is Private Secretary to Make Metcalf,
who is working on his eighth billion and has almost all of
it. Veronica Blennerhassftt is a psychiatrist. Norman Rock-
well has a new partner-Pat Egger. Julianne Bantin has
started on her trip to paint the North Pole.
Sharon Cooper, Sharon McElhone and Barbara Erikson
are famous models now because they all look like the Presi-
dent's wife (she is Mrs. Cody Hollowell, who, of course,
is married to our Cody Hollowell). One of our girls has
just gained the distinction of being elected the youngest
Senator the United States has ever had. She is Andrea
Grebien, senator of California.
Carol Agee holds the newly-created Cabinet post-
Secretary of Schools. Her Assistant is Lynne Coffin. Bev-
erly Brownlee, Becky McLeod, and Pam Theriot are high
school teachers. Ginny Favorite and Mary Jane Hus:ed are
physical education teachers. Helen Fogle is a Science teacher
and plans to teach at CHS. Judy Hallett teaches at a
Business College in Massachusetts.
Tom Billison is a colonel in the Army and is expecting
to become a general very soon. Henry Wells, Alfred Valdez
and Allen Jacques are serving in the Army in Japan, Ger-
many and Panama.
We also have some great athletes in the class of 1961:
Wally Woodruff is playing for Yale and is their star player;
Warren Marquard has become the best golfer in the world;
Carol Seaman is an Olympic swimmer.
Brenda Collins has become a famous Hollywood movie
star. She stars with Dewey Whittaker, who is competing
with Tab Hunter.

Next we see Mrs. America of 1971. She is Mary Nell
Lee. Mary Nell had to pass tests on cooking, sewing and
other household arts. She passed them all with flying colors.
Livia Lippincott is teaching dancing in Arthur Murray's
Dance Studio. Betsy just finished her latest book, The
Cross-Polination of Orchards. Hebe Hearne's teeth are being
seen by many people all over the world, because she adver-
tises tooth paste. Hazel Kirkland, racing at Datona Beach,
has won three winner's cups. Ginger Slowick is working in
a hospital as a dietician.
Tommy Dugan has retired after earning his first mil-
lion. Leslie Tompkins is famous for being a flag pole sitter.
Driving dynamite trucks is fun to Leonard Wertz. He
always did love to do crazy things.


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1. Edna Baker
2. Elizabeth Limkemann
3. Andrea Grebien
4. Barbara Hall
5. Andrea Terrell
6. Diane Nolte
7. Lynne Coffin
8. George Cotton
9. Helen Spector
10. Helen Fogle
21. Carol Seaman


11. Carol Agee
12. Roberta Vache
13. David Miller
14. Betsy Hewitt
15. Zola Steele
16. Robert Morrissey
17. Livia Lippincott
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3. Virginia Favorite 13. Hazel Kirkland
4. Beverly Brownlee 14. Pamela Theriot
5. Alex Stearns 15. Elizabeth McLaren
6. Shirley and Donald Bonneu 16. Henry Wells
7. Brenda Collins 17. Judith Hakanson
8. Mary Alice Engelke 18. Julianne Bantin
9. Harry Butz 19. Sharon Cooper
10. Katherine Kucikas 20. Stephanie Dryer
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CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT


CAROL AGEE-Leaves her outstanding (?) athletic ability to
any one who needs it.
EDNA BAKER-Leaves behind all her memories to Barbara Crim-
mel and Kay Tapie.
JULIANNE BANTIN-Rather doubtful as to whether she's sound
of mind, leaves her ability to run laps in every three out of
four gym classes to anyone who thinks she can talk during
roll call and get away with it.
PAT BARON-Leaves her lab seat in Mr. Pfau's second period
Chemistry class to any Sophomore or Junior who can learn
to light the bunsen burner.
LESLEY BERGER-Leaves her place at the lunch table to Tommy
Hepenheimer.
VERONICA BLENNERHASSETT-Leaves her love of dancing to
any underclassman who appreciates dancing as much as she
does.
JAY BIALKOWSKI-Leaves to Mrs. Smith the honor of having
another senior like him.
DONALD BONNEAU-Leaves his English books to Charles Tobin.
SHIRLEY BONNEAU-Leaves her curly hair to her sister and
her position as Homecoming Queen to any one of the worthy
Junior girls.
ROD BRAYTON-Doesn't leave anything to anybody.
BEVERLY BROWNLEE-Leaves Tommy Hepenheimer to all the
girls in CHS.
HARRY BUTZ-Leaves his custodian & Mr. Fix-it to any com-
petent underclassman who is capable of holding it.
RANDY COATE-Leaves his tuba to Andy Nicolaisen and any-
one with lung power to play it.
LYNNE COFFIN-Leaves everything, good and bad, that goes
with being a senior to Pam Johnston.
BRENDA COLLINS-Leaves her place in the Homecoming Court
to any lucky Junior girl.
SHARON COOPER-Leaves everything, good and bad, to her
darling brother Kenneth Wayne.
GEORGE COTTON-Leaves his 185 pounds to David Wilder.
JOHN CRONAN-Leaves his English room 341 to Charles Tobin.
PAT DOCKERY-Leaves his skill and form in pole vaulting to
anyone who can do it.
STEPHANIE DREYER-Leaves her ability to get through school
in some way to her sister, Beverly.
TOM DUGAN-Leaves his motorcycle to Lorraine Urey.
PAUL EBDON-Leaves to the party of the second party all the
trouble he can handle.
PAT EGGER-Leaves her flowers to Sue Corrigan, her temper to
Sandra Husted, and all the headaches of drawing things for
other people to Robert Hammond.
MOLLY ENGELKE-Leaves her position as Battalion Sponsor to
anyone who can fill it.
BARBARA ERIKSON-Leaves CHS to anyone who wants her!
GINNY FAVORITE-Leaves her bow-legs to any unfortunate
Junior for free!
HELEN FOGLE-Leaves her place at the lunch table to Barbara
Crimmel.
JAY FRENCH-Leaves Mr. Pfau and Mrs. Smith to Robert Ham-
mond, and his ability to look cheerful on Monday to any
underclassman who thinks he can stand it!
ANDREA GREBIEN-Leaves the fun, responsibilities, and work
of her senior year to Mary Esther Jones.
JUDY HAKANSON-Leaves all her books to anyone who wants
them.
BARBARA HALL-Leaves her singing ability to Sandra Husted.
JUDY HALLETT-Leaves her shorthand to anyone who can pass it.
BETSY HEWITT-Leaves the honor and the work of being a
senior to Jean Van Der Heyden.
MARY JANE HUSTED-Leaves her ability to play in sports to
her sister, Sandra.
GARY IRVING-Leaves his Hall of Fame positions: "Most Likely
to Succeed" to Richard Garcia (who will surely get it if he
can ever learn to speak English) and "Runner-Up for Best
Looking" to John Wainio.
HAZEL KIRKLAND-Leaves her gym class to all those who
don't like gym.


WALTER KLEEFKINS-Leaves his key chain to about twenty or
thirty people.
KATHERINE KUCIKAS-Leaves her knowledge of Ohio to Tony.
MIKE LA CROIX-Leaves U. S. History and American Institutions
to EYES Cooper and Terry Slaughter.
TIM LASHER-Leaves his gym basket to Captain Currier.
MARY NELL LEE-Leaves her place in the cheer leading squad
to any underclassman with a big mouth.
CECILIA LELAIDIER-Leaves her memories of CHS to her sister,
Yvonne.
LIVIA LIPPINCOTT-Leaves her height to Barbara Crimmel.
MIKE LITTLETON-Just plain leaves.
JOHN MANNING-Leaves his parking place to George Patton.
BABE MARQUARD-Leaves his dirty sneakers and sweaty socks
to any girl in the girls gym class who will wear them.
GILES MARTIN-Leaves Mr. Pfau for any deserving person.
MARIO MARTIN-Hates to leave.
SHARON McELHONE-Leaves her wardrobe to Kathleen DcLapp.
LIZ McLAREN-Leaves the boys to Sandy Shore and lunch time
walks to Jimmy Bass.
BECKY McLEOD-Lesves her third locker in the girls' gym to
Keith Madden McLeod.
ALLEN MESSER-Leaves his four years of hard work to Alex
Ramirez.
DAVID MILLER-Just leaves.
BOB MORRISSEY-Leaves his position as president of the Beaks
to John Wainio.
BERT MURRAY-Leaves Mr. Pfau's Physics class.
LINDA NELSON-Leaves her seat in Physics to any brave Junior.
DIANE NOLTE-Leaves her loopy writing to any student who
can read it.
HILDA SABORIO-Leaves her permanent place in the "B" Honor
Roll to any deserving Junior.
LEO SANCHEZ-Leaves his English seat to Charles Tobin.
CAROL SEAMAN-Leaves her love of sports to Evelyn Hawthorne.
DIANE SHORE-Leaves her seat in the lounge to Chicken Hirons
and her brains to her little (?) sister.
GINGER SLOWICK-Leaves her tank to Tita Clarke to drive
the clan around next year.
DANNY SMITH-Leaves his place in the "Hall of Fame" to
any boy worthy of the honor.
ZOLA STEELE-Leaves her ability to make good grades in chem-
istry to her sister.
ALEX STEARNS-Leaves his center position in football to Paul
Brooks.
KATHY STROMBERG-Leaves the honor of being Jamboree Queen
to any one of the up-coming beautiful Junior girls.
JACK TABER-Leaves everything to everyone.
ANDREA TERRELL-Leaves her ability to learn geometry to
Sandy Eckhof.
PAM THERIOT-Leaves her place on the swimming team to any
junior who can fulfill the requirements.
LESLIE THOMPKINS-Leaves his anthology and magazine to
Florence Alien.
BOBBIE VACHE-Leaves her seat in shorthand to Beverly George.
SHARON KNATZ-Wills her stapling job in the office to anyone
who wants it.
HELEN SPECTOR-Leaves the place of "Wittiest" in the Hall
of Fame to Tita Clarke and Guy Jones, and her ability to
do so much to Ana Jacques.
ROBERT WALKER-Leaves his English grades to Charles Tobin.
HENRY WELLS-Leaves his place in the Club House lunch line
to Sam Katz.
LEONARD WERTZ-Leaves anything to anybody.
JACK WILLIAMS-Leaves his athletes foot in the Halls of CHS
where he got it.
DEWEY WHITTAKER-Leaves his "All-Zonian" honors to Jeff
Leon.
WALTER WOODRUFF-Leaves his driving habits to Evelyn
Hawthorne.


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HALL OF FAME


RUNNERS-UP


Mr. and Miss CHS


George Cotton and Lesley Berger


Most Intellectual


Carol Agee and Michael Metcalf
Friendliest


Brenda Collins and Alex Stearns


Most Likely to Succeed










Giles Martin and ElizabethLimkemann
Most Talented


Gary Irving and Barbara Hall


Best Dancers


Livia Lippincott and Alex Steams
Wittiest


Michael Rudge and Beverley Brownlee


Best Dressed


Best Looking


Most Athletic
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Barbara Erikson and Gary Irving


Gary Irving and Ginny Favorite


Hazel Kirkland and Jay Bialkowski


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JUNIORS


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Susan Corrigan
President


Colleen Lawson
Vice-President


CLASS OF '62


Cathy Lewis
Treasurer


John Everson
Secretary


Jean Allan Kit Atkins


Mariela Alcoriza


Barbara Crimmell


LaRue Christoph


Richard Chin
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Anne Baas


Charles Bath


Robert Chan


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Edward Green


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Marcus French


Charles Garcia


Janice Deck
Janice Deck


Andrew Garcia


Vicki Fettler


Charlene Graves


Lennart Hakanson


Kay Hamilton


Elizabeth Hanna


Donna Hardison


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Verna Hildebrand


Edsall Hilty


Mary Ann Hardwick


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Terry Webster
Terry Webster


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Virginia Hirons










Pa Johnston

Pam Johnston


Roger Hutchinson


Mary Esther Jones


Sam Katz


David Larrison












Stanley Leon

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Jeanette Kirkland












Joe Lawrence


Theresa Washabaugh


Harvey Dee Leahman


George Little


Clarice Lamis
Clarice Lamis


Robert Willis


Virginia Valdez


Larry Wilder


David Judson
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Evelyn Messer


James Manning

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Edna Morales


Eugene Pugh


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Robert Rankin


Gordon Reif


Philip Sanders


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Rod Winborn


Wilma Rodriguez














George Slaughter


Laura Strongman


Katherine Tapie


Charles Tobin

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Louis Davis, Earl Griggs, Robert Himes, Hilda Reifkohl, Aide Rigby,
Ray Scheidegg, Marie Wertz, Guy Jones, Tony Kucikas, Jeffrey Leon,
William Livingston, Brian Lutz.





















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FIRST ROW: (L to R): Lenore Smith, Donna Smith, William Nelson, Bernice Hill, Joanne Jones.
SECOND ROW: Sheila Sanders, Billie Hollowell, Grace Craig, Miriam Ramirez, Bonnie Conklin,
Carmen Fernandez, Pat Kunkel, Josephine Borsellino, Diana Clarke, Carolyn Smith.
THIRD ROW: Stuart Bernstein, John Burns, Michael Klasovsky, William Huff, Robert Boseman,
Raymond Gomez, Wendell Taylor, Austin Gentry, George Patton, Zandra Zimmerman.



SSOPHOMORES

FIRST ROW: (L to R): Elaine Asbury, Fran Wilson, Donna Rose, Lauray Will, Diane Ramsey,
Margaret O'Brien.
SECOND ROW: Rita Geyer, Yvonne Lelaidier, Rene Owen, Carolyn Rowley, Sue Barfield, Patsy Lee,
Diane Roscoe, Harriet Hewitt.
THIRD ROW: Joe Bohnak, George Angle, Bill Redmond, Jack Holcomb, James Jackson, William
Will, Jack Brayton, Pierre Leignadier, Fred Newhard, Andy Nicolaisen, Albert Pilkerton, John
Frensley, Vince Canamas, Ted Davis.
















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FIRST ROW: (L ta R): Gary Knueppel, Norman Scheffner, Paul Brooks-President, Kenneth Cooper,
Douglas Alberga, Michael Burza, John Lowe.
SECOND ROW: Cheryl Jackson, Evelyn Hawthorne, Sandra Parker, Celia Cronan, Nancy Drohan,
Clara Tobin, Beverly Dockery, Judith Stepp.
THIRD ROW: Kenneth Sanders, Gordon Sanders, Roy Hall, Harry Butcher, Dennis Hyatt, Carla
Meehan, Stacia Walsh, Carolyn Beckley, Pat Seaman.



c CLASS OF '63

FIRST ROW: (L to R): Joseph Wynne, Donald Stohrer, Franklin Brooks.
SECOND ROW: Patricia Daly, Helen George, Marcy Wood, Sharon Tully, Kathleen Clancy, Yvonne
Morales, Teresa Alderete, Jeanette Hannberg, Karen Sanders.
THIRD ROW: Suzanne Urey, Linette Dugas, Kathleen DeLapp, Tula Brown.
FOURTH ROW: Lewis French, Richard Pennington, Charles Vowel, Robert Hammond, Earl Sharrick,
Carl Maedl, Raymond Madison.


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FIRST ROW: (L to R): Sandra Tortorici, Sandra .- I Carol Hawthorne, Rebecca Fernande:.
Virginia Farris, Conchita Graves, Lesley Richmond.
SECOND ROW: Judy Merill, Susan Mathieson, Barbara O'Neil, Nina Chappell, Thomas Hickey,
James Ebdon, Charles Hutton, Reinaldo Barreras, Wardie Redmond, David Wilder, Bill Pollard.


FRESHMEN


FIRST ROW: (L to R): Nicolas Brooks, Tod Campbell, Richard Roscoe, Charles Tapie.
SECOND ROW: Valerie Spivey, Lorraine Chan, Diane Kubit, Jean Hardwick, Stella Kucikas, Janet
Holverson, Laura Dorrow, Edith Stiebritz, Sandra Shore.
THIRD ROW: Ivan Klasovsky, Naomi Kuntz, Margarits Ortiz, Joan McGloin.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Gibson-Sponsor, Jeff Thompson, John Lasher, George Evans, Mike Brannick,
Louis McGoff, Kenneth Karpinski, Dennis Tully. Henry Shirk.








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FIRST ROW: (L to R): Judy Palumbo, Lavina Messer.
SECOND ROW: Jackie Aldrich, Christine Bath, Alberta Wilder, Sally Metcalf, Vaudie Robinson,
Macel Washabaugh, Julia Shipley, Alice Lay.
THIRD ROW: Cookey Armstrong, Woody Smith, George De La Guardia, Tommy Heppenheimer,
Mickey McElhone, Keith McLeod, Richard Rankin, Mike Himes, William Brandt, Billy Achenson.
FOURTH ROW: Bill De Salvo, Ewald Wiberg, Michelle Belanger, Jimmy Jones, John Sanders, John
Church, Robert Martin.



CLASS OF '64

FIRST ROW: (L to R): Charlotte Bialkowski, Cathy Leahman, Lorraine Urey.
SECOND ROW: Nellie Patton, Carol La Croix, Elizabeth Lewis, Sandra Eckhoff, Connie Lasher,
Joan Schonert, Donna Wong, Nancy Hopkins, Nancy Mitchell.
THIRD ROW: Alex Heppenheimer, Victor Trevino, Alex Ramirez, Harry Murray, Billy White,
Harry Shields.
FOURTH ROW: Mike Walsh, George Kandrin, Authur Manikas, Ralph Bender, Ricardo Sanchez,
Frank Edgar.

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CLUBS




Student Association Cabinet




The S. A. was organized for
the student body to create a
.a Ffriendlier relationship among
,o D students and to encourage par-
Sticipation in school activities.
The Student Council, an im-
portant branch of the S.A., con-
sists of five officers and one

room.



FRONT ROW: (L to R): Tommy Heppenheimer, Patsy Lee, Margarita Ortiz,
Sandy Eckhoff, Ginny Favorite, Joanne Jones, and Wanda Scott.
SECOND ROW: David Judson-Treasurer, Tom Billison--President, Gary Irving-
Secretary, John Wainio-Vice-President, Rod Winborn, Dee Leahman, Alex
Stearns, Mr. Pfau-Sponsor.







Athletic Council


The Athletic Council is made
up of Student Association's Alter-
nates. Their job is to take care
of the gates at all the CHS ath-
letic contests.


FRONT ROW: (L to R): Frank Borsellino, Wilma Rodriguez, Karen Sanders,
Alice Lay, Brenda Collins, Mr. Gregg-Sponsor, Dee Leahman, Warren Mar-
quard, John Wainio, and Mike Rudge.


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CARIBE CLUB






The purpose of the Caribe
Club, or the Future Teachers
of America, is to promote a
better understanding of the
teaching profession. Members
are invited to join, depending
on their scholastic ability.








FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Joanne Jones, Lesley Berger, Veronica Blennerhassett.
SECOND ROW; Donna Rose, Elaine Asbury, Yvonne Lelaidier, Lynne Coffin, Frank
Brooks, Zandra Zimmerman, Joanne Tang.
THIRD ROW: Harriet Hewitt, Bernice Hill, Pam Johnston, Fran Wilson, Jean Van Der
Heyden, Elizabeth Limkemann.
FOURTH ROW: Douglas Alberga, John Everson, David Judson, Dee Leahman,
Joseph Coffin.


THE PINK GIRLS






The Pink Girls are a group
of girls from the Nurses Aid
that work at Coco Solo Hos-
pital during the summer. They
are placed in different wards
throughout the hospital and
S' L .are rotated through these wards
as the summer progresses.
Their work is completely vol-
untary and much knowledge
is gained of the nursing pro-
. sessionn.



FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Valerie Spivey, Joan Schonert, Lorraine Chan, Conchita Graves,
Macel Washabaugh, Barbara Del Vechio, Alice Lay.
SECOND ROW: Dorreen Baass, Yvonne Lelaidier, Joanne Jones, Teresa Alderete, Mary
Esther Jones.




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY






The highest honor that Cristobal
High School can bestow upon a student
is election to membership in the Carib-
bean Chapter of the National Honor
Society. Qualifications for membership ,
are character, leadership, scholarship,
and service.





Tom Billison-President, Gary Irving, Mike Metcalf, Giles Martin, Randy Coate,
Lesley Berger-Vice-President, Miss Anderson-Sponsor, Carol Agee, and Andrea
Grebien.






"21" CLUB COURT





1 The "21" Club is composed of
S.', >twenty-one boys, each of whom
represents one of the Pan-Amer-
ican Republics. Each member
writes an essay about the country
lot 1 'he represents and the Crisrobal-
S ,-Colon Rotary Club awards prizes
S for the best essays.





Queen-Lesley Berger. Court: Sandy Weigle, Alberta Wilder, Sue Corrigan, Patsy
Lee, Rene Owen, Virginia Austin. Escorts: John Wainio, Jay Bialkowski, Gary
Irving, Alex Stearns, Tom Dugan, Douglas Alberga, and Paul Ebdon.








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QUILL AND SCROLL


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The Quill and Scroll is
dedicated to higher standards
of journalism. It is a Nation-
al Honor Society for journal-
ists. The sponsor for Quill
and Scroll is Mr. Louis Fat-
torosi.


Members: Hilda Saborio, Diane Nolte, and Veronica Blennerhassett.





DRAMATICS CLUB




The Dramatics Club is open
to all high school students in-
terested in dramatics. This '
club produces the plays that '
are presented to the public, i. .
and in this way the members
learn the different aspects of '1
drama. Mr. Rollins is the f i .
sponsor of the club. '..


The above picture is a scene from the play "House Without Windows" that was pre-
sented by the Dramatics Club. Pictured above are Judy Palumbo and Zandra Zimmerman.


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C.T.S.







Chi Theta Sigma, formerly
the "C" Club, is composed of
boys who have made their
letter in any one of the three C1,v
sports played in CHS: Foot-
ball, Baseball, and Track. The
club is sponsored by Coach
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FIRST ROW (L. to R): Alex Stearns, Gary Irving, George Cotton
SECOND ROW: Larry Wilder, Abel Borsellino, Raymond Scheidegg, Tom Billison, Donald
Bonneau, Danny Smith, John Cronan.
THIRD ROW: John Wanio, Robert Morrissey, Dewey Whittaker, Mike Rudge, Warren
Marquard, David Larrison, Walter Woodruff.


NURSES' AIDE CLUB






The Nurses' Aide Club is
an open club for all high
17 school girls who are inter-
t ested in a future career in
A nursing. During the summer
,. the girls in this club work at
e ,Coco Solo Hospital and pro-
1y gress in their knowledge of
nursing. The sponsor for this
club is Miss McLimans.





FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Yvonne Morales, Alice Lay, Lorraine Chan, Donna Wong,
Barbara Del Vecchio, Diane Kubit, Lonnie Smith, Rene Owen.
SECOND ROW: Nancy Mitchell, Estelle Davison, Conchita Graves, Virginia Faris, Judy
Stepp, Kathleen De Lapp, Teresa Alderete, Macel Washabaugh, Mary Esther Jones,
Joanne Tang, Elizabeth Limkeman, Betsy Hewitt, Grace Craig, Carmen Fernandez,
Joan Schonert.
THIRD ROW: Rita Geyer, Yvonne Lelaidier, Doreen Baas, Joanne Jones, Nancy Hopkins,
Laura Dorow, Valerie Spivey, Cecilia Lelaidier, Andrea Terrell, Steffie Dryer.


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SWIMMING TEAM
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The swimming team is an
active member of the athletic
groups of CHS. The sponsor
of the swimming team is
Coach Dedeaux.


FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Charlene Graves, Josephine Borsellino, Nancy Hopkins.
SECOND ROW: Rod Winborn, George Slaughter, Helen Spector, Carol Seaman, Ginny
Favorite, Michel Rudge.
THIRD ROW: Conchita Graves, David Miller, Joseph Bonack.


G.A.A.


The Girl's Athletic Associa-
tion is an exclusive sport dub,
composed of only the girls
who are outstanding in sports.
To become a member, a girl
must participate 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. The sponsor of the
club is Mrs. Fattorosi.




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FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Sharon McElhone, Ginny Favorite, Brenda Collins.
SECOND ROW: Beverly Brownlee, Elizabeth Hanna, Margaret O'Brien, Martha Wood,
Hilda Riefkohl, Sue Corrigan, Theresa Washabaugh, Evelyn Hawthorne, Mary Nell
Lee, Shirley Bonneau, Verna Hildebrand.
THIRD ROW: Jean Allen, Harriet Hewitt, Cathy Lewis, Mary Jane Husted, Carol Sea-
man, Pat Egger, Mariella Alcoriza, Bernice Hill, and Laura Strongman.


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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS

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The Library Assistants do
innumerable jobs, such as
keeping library records, check-
ing and replacing books, and
helping students utilize library
facilities.


Estelle Davison, Lorraine Chin, Kathleen Clancy, Josephine Borsellino, Judy Palumbo,
Sheila Sanders, Carol Beckley, Yvonne Morales, Carmen Fernandez, Nancy Mitchell, Joan
Shoner, Vicki Fettler, Pat Kunkel, Conchita Graves, Virginia Ferris, Sandy Eckhoff,
and Miss Johnston-Sponsor.


OFFICE GIRLS


The Office Girls type sten-
cils, file, and do other helpful
jobs for academic credit.


RIGHT TO LEFT. Livia Lippincott, Katherine Kucikas, Hilda Saborio, Lesley Berger,
Judy Hallet, Molly Engelke, Sharon Cooper, Veronica Blennerhassett, Pat Egger, Diane
Nolte, Brenda Collins.


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SPORTS








JAMBOREE


QUEEN KATHY


Her Majesty Queen Kathy
Thomas Billison, Captain of the
Dewey Whittaker, co-captain.


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football team and


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CHEERLEADERS


Mary Nell Lee


Shirley Bonneau


Beverly Brownlee


Sharon McElhone


Verna Hildebrand


Lesley Berger


Jean Allan


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FRONT ROW, left to right: George Cotton, Gary
Irving-co-captain, Robert Rankin, Michael Met-
calf, Larry Wilder, Donald Stohrer, Richard Gar-
cia, John Lowe, Alex Ramirez, Bob Hauser, Earl
Griggs, John Everson, Bill Acheson, Wally
Woodruff.


SECOND ROW: George Slaughter, Robert Morrissey,
George Little, Perry Washabaugh, Jeffrey Leon,
Alex Stearns, Paul Brooks, George Evans, Kenneth
Karpinski, Nicky Brooks, John Church, Jay
Bialkowski, Frank Ender.


THIRD ROW: John Wainio, Dewey Whittacer, Allen
Messer, Rodney Winborn, Joe Coffin, Thomas
Billison-captain, Charles Bath, Raymond Scheid-
egg, Donald Bonneau, Robert Blevins, Mike
Rudge, Joe Kandrin, Brian Lutz.


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HOMECOMING
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Queen Shirley 1 presided over the annual Homecoming
Dance of Cristobal High school, which was held at the
Breakers Club. The ballroom of the Breakers Club
was decorated in the form of a football field. The goal
post behind the throne was wrapped in blue and gold
and on it hung a large football with the lettering "Queen
Shirley."
The Queen and her court were announced by Michael
Rudge in the following order:
Princess Mary Nell Lee, Princess of the Daisies and
Daughter of the Morning Mist, wearing an elegant French
blue gown. She was escorted by Tom Billison, Knight
of the Golden Armor, Chief of the Leftouts and Killer
of the Bulldogs.
Princess Brenda Collins, Princess of the Orchid and
Daughter of the Noonday Sun, Keeper of the Topaz,
wearing a sunburst yellow gown. She was escorted by
Gary Irving, Lord of the Red and White Peasants, Chief






Crown Bearer Roy Bonneau :


of the Cleaner of Uniforms, King of the Halves.
Princess Lesley Berger, Princess of the Lillies, Keeper
of the Emeralds, and Daughter of the Evening, wearing
a beautiful ice-blue evening gown. She was escorted by
Dewey Whittaker, Chief of the Swinging Gate, and
Master of the Bucketheads.
Princess Sharon McElhone, Princess of the Roses and
Daughter of the Sunrise, wearing a golden Sapphire
gown. She was escorted by Bob Morrissey, Killer of
the Defense and Master of the Tackles.
Lady Tracy Cotton, Keeper of the Dewdrops, Daughter
of the Moon, escorted by Squire Roy Bonneau, Prince
of the Football Team, Keeper of the Queen's Crown.
Queen Shirley 1, Owner of the Flowers, Daughter of
the Jewels, Lady of the Night, Ruler of Cristobal High
School, wearing a shimmering white gown, and escorted
by George Cotton, King of the Blue and Gold Tigers,
and Master of the Uprights, Lord and Protector.






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Gary Irving


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George Cotton


Lesley Berger and
Dewey Whittaker


Mary Nell Lee and
Thomas Billison


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TOM BILLION


TRIBUTE TO A FIGHTING TIGER


Tom Billison is without a doubt one of the hardest working and serious-minded
young men ever to walk the halls of Cristobal High School. By his very own nature
and personality, Tom has proved to be a very able leader and a person that all of us respect.
He has been outstanding on the football team; hard work and his desire to excel have
made it possible for him to earn these honors.
His election as "Co-Captain" of the 1960 Tiger football squad was an honor in itself.
Tom was also elected as a Co-Captain for the Palm Bowl Football Squad.
One more honor was bestowed upon Tom at the end of the season: "Most Valuable
Player" on the 1960 Tiger Football Team.
These honors could not have gone to a more deserving Tiger. Congratulations,
Tom, for the very able leadership and loyalty that you have given all of us here at
Cristobal High School.


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CHS BASEBALL TEAM


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FRONT ROW, left to right: Robert Morrissey-Manager, Warren Marquard, John
Church, Richard Garcia, John Lowe, Mickey McElhone, Larry Wilder.
SECOND ROW: John Knueppel, Kenny Cooper, George Cotton, Vincent Canamas,
John Wainio, Charles Bath, Brian Lutz, Jeffrey Leon, Coach Ingram.


TRACK TEAM

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FRONT ROW, left to right: Tom Billison, Jeffrey Leon, Brian Lutz.
SECOND ROW: Woody Smith, Wally Woodruff, John Lowe, Perry Washabaugh, Donald
Stohrer, Charles Bath, George Kandrin, Danny Smith, George Patton, Alex Stearns.
THIRD ROW: Lesley Tompkins, Richard Gentry, Earl Griggs, John Wainio, Joe McGoff,
Pat Dockery, Richie Garcia, Gary Irving, Babe Marquard.


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FRONT ROW, left to right: Warren Marquard, John Lowe, Walter Kleefkins,
John Cronan, Gary Irving.
SECOND ROW: Lennart Hakanson, Rod Winborn, John Wainio, Charles Bath,
Joseph McGoff.






JUNIOR VARSITY


FRONT ROW, left to right: Robert Hauser, David Wilder, Louis McGoff, Joe
Lawrence.
SECOND ROW: Jim Williford, Paul Brooks, Jeffrey Leon, Nicky Brooks, Richard
Gentry.


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GIRLS' BASKETBALL



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"A" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW (L to R): Ginny Favorite, Sharon McElhone-
Captain, Sandy Eckhoff.
SECOND ROW: Brenda Collins, Theresa Washabaugh, Jean
Allan, Mariela Alcoriza, Mary Jane Husted.


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FIRST ROW (L to R): Beverly Brownlee-Captain, Sue Cor-
rigan, Martha Wood, Elizabeth Hanna, Sandra Husted,
Evelyn Hawthorne.
SECOND ROW: Elaine Asbury, Harriet Hewitt, Cathy Lewis,
Patsy Lee.


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VOLLEYBALL


"A" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW: (L to R): Brenda Collins-Captain, Judy Hallet, Ginny Favorite,
Hilda Reifkohl, Mary Nell Lee, Sharon McElhone.
SECOND ROW: Bernice Hill, Theresa Washabaugh, Mariela Alcoriza, Becky McLeod,
Mary Jane Husted, Jean Allan, Carol Seaman, and Pat Egger-Manager.


"B" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW: (L to R): Sue Corrigan-Captain, Beverly Brownlee, Margaret
O'Brien, Elizabeth Hanna, Josephine Borsellino, Sandra Husted.
SECOND ROW: Bernice Hill, Martha Wood, Sandra Weigle, Cathy Lewis, Celia
Cronan, Evelyn Hawthorne, Elaine Asbury, and Pat Egger-Manager.
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1960-61


CARIBBEAN STAFF


Veronica Blennerhassett. - Editor
Hilda Saborio Assistant Editor
Dewey Whittaker Business Manager
Veronica Blennerhassett Asst. Business Manager
Walter Woodruff Photographer
Pat Egger Asst. Photographer
Mr. Louis Fattorosi Advisor
Mr. Bernard Mazzoni Advertising Sponsor
Beverly Brownlee Judy Hallett
Diane Nolte Mary Nell Lee
Barbara Erikson Dorothy Frost
Mary Jane Husted Shirley Bonneau
Rebecca Slowick Elizabeth McLaren
Helen Spector
Other Photographs by:
Mr. Corbitt Hall of Fame
Mr. Finlayson Juniors and Seniors


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Page 96


COMPLIMENTS OF
RADIO CENTER S.A.


BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1961
COCO SOLO
BEAUTY SALON


COMPLIMENTS OF
ITALIAN LINE
CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE


Compliments of
KODAK
PANAMA 8 COLON


COLON TRAVEL

AGENCY
Front St. Between 6th and 7th
Tel. 1023-1194 Colon


Compliments of
JOHN SURANY
11th and Front St.
Colon, Panama


BEST WISHES FROM THE
PANAMA CANAL

YACHT CLUB


CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF MARGARITA
CONGRATULATES
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF
CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
1961
"May the Lord bless you in
your future endeavors."





COMPLIMENTS OF


MUEBLERIA

INGLESA


TEL. 1315


P.O. BOX 277


AMERICAN LEGION



CLUB


POST


NO. 2


FRANCE FIELD, CANAL ZONE


Page 97


INTERNATIONAL

TAGAROPOLUS,

S.A.


SHIP CHANDLERS
COLON FREE ZONE


MAHOGANY


SOLID


FURNITURE


COLON - -



L. SANCHEZ, PROPRIETOR


COMPLIMENTS OF



MARGARITA





FLORIST






















Faked you out!


Dreamy eyes


The gang's all here.


Speedy


What are you hiding?


Pat's at it again!


There go your teeth.


I'm just a lonely boy...


This wasn't in the script!


Page 98


Bet you miss.






COMPLIMENTS


C. FERNIE


& CO.


BEST WISHES TO THE


CLASS


OF '61


TERMINALES PANAMA, S.A.


COLON


TELEPHONE 1800


PANAMA


BOX 462


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Where the girls are

Can he really swim?


Turn around Cathy!


Is it heel or is it toe?


The pensive pupil?


A ton of tomatoes!


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Page 101


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
GRADUATES OF
CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
PAN AMERICAN WORLD
AIRWAYS
THE AIRLINE WITH THE
PRICELESS EXTRA
EXPERIENCE


WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF


ROYAL NETHERLANDS


STEAM COMPANY



CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE
















Oh, Goodie!


boys!


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Strollin


Oh, Boys!
Page 102


Jump!


It's not that bad, Hilda.


Smiley


You don't say!


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Page 103


COMPLIMENTS OF
FRANK SCOTT
CLASS OF "41"


BEST WISHES FROM
MUEBLERIA
"LA UNICA"


COMPLIMENTS OF
PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL PANAMA BALBOA


COMPLIMENTS OF
SMOOTH AND
HUNNICUTT, S.A.
Chevrolet Buick Opel
Oldsmobile


COMPLIMENTS OF
THE MARGARITA
UNION CHURCH


COMPLIMENTS OF
R. FORTE


COMPLIMENTS OF
MAVIS BEAUTY SHOP




















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The cat that got the canary.


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Coffin, Inc.


It's about time someone
took my picture!


What are you up to now?


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COMPLIMENTS OF




BOYD BROTHERS




STEAMSHIP AGENCIES LTD.


COMPLIMENTS OF





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Peek A Boo
Peek A Boo


She's not that heavy ... ?


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Compliments of
THE BREAKERS' CLUB


COCO SOLO
GOLF AND DRIVING
RANGE


COMPLIMENTS OF
ALMACEN FONG
9th Street and Bolivr
COLON, REP. OF PANAMA


COMPLIMENTS OF
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
COLON


COMPLIMENTS OF
LA ISLA DE CUBA
Finest Fabrics in the
Republic of Panama


MADURITOS
Friendliest Store in Colon
Ladies and Misses and Children's Apparel
GIFTS
Front Street


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COMPLIMENTS OF
COCO SOLO
SNACK BAR
RUTH BELCHER, Manager


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What-cha doing?


Life of Riley.


Tee, Hee, Giggle, Giggle.


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Practice makes perfect?


Sleepy time guys.


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WILFORD &


CONGRATULATIONS

AND OUR BEST WISHES

FOR FINE FUTURES


BRANIFF

INTERNATIONAL

AIRWAYS


STEAMSHIP


AGENTS


AND BROKERS


CANAL ZONE


Page 109


McKAY, INC.


COMPLIMENTS OF



FINLAYSON




STUDIO


COMPLIMENTS OF







E. O. HAUKE








BOOSTERS


J. C. Agee
Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Aldrich
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Ames
C. S. Asbury
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Atkins
Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Austin
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baldwin
Philli Barret
Mr. and Mrs. Bartram
Thora M. Baublits
Mr. F. W. Beall
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Bedwell
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Behere
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belzer
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Belzer
Mrs. E. H. Bensen
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bialkowski
Earl F. Bienz
Mr. L. Billion
Andrew Bleakley
Mr. and Mrs. George Bonineiz
Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Bonanno
Mr. and Mrs. Brayton
Kathleene Brede
R. L. Brians
Elvira Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bundakin
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bush
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Butcher
Capt. Cabezas
Mr. and Mrs. Cain
Inez Carmona
R. C. Casanova
L. V. Casella
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chambus
Mr. and Mrs. John Charters
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Christiansen
Lt. G. B. Christy
Lt. and Mrs. John Church
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Clancy
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb C. Clement
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Clopton
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clute
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Compton
Mrs. R. E. Conant
Robert E. Conley


Marie K. Consigan
Marie Corrigan
Mr. and Mrs. Cotton
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Damiani
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Danielson
Mr. and Mrs. DeLapp
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dewermeyer
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dinkgrave
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dockery
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Dugan
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Dugas
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ebdon
Mr. and Mrs. George Edinton
Mr. George H. Egger, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Egger
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elliot
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Everson
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Farrell
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Favorite, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Fetler
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Field
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Flora
Lanky Flores
Mr. and Mrs. Folsom
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Forsell
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Forsythe
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Fortner
Dr. and Mrs. Willard French
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Franklin
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Goguen
Mr. E. Gane
John J. Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geddes
Mr. and Mrs. Curtin George
Donovan I. Geyer
Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. Gibson
Mr. and Mrs. Gien
Mr. and Mrs. Gloss
M/Sgt. Ramon Gomez
Carmen Gonzales
Mrs. Gonzales
SFC Vincente Gonzales
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Green
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greene
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gregg
Marion Gregg


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BOOSTERS


Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hahan
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hagan
Mr. and Mrs. Rayan Hall
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hallett
Stanley M. Hamilton
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hammetter
Philip Hadarits
Mr. and Mrs. Racy Hart
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Helmericks
Mr. and Mrs. H. Heppenheimer
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hewitt
Neil and Jim Hickman
Mable Hilton
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hinins
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Holscomb
Mr. and Mrs. Luis Hooper
J. H. Housley
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hudson
Mrs. R. M. Hull
B. D. Humphrey
Daney and Terry Ingram
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Irwin
A. A. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jorstad
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kennedy
Lt. and Mrs. E. L. Kilborn
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. King
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunkel
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kuntz
Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Lenin
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lone
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald
Mrs. Factor McGarry
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLaughlin
Mrs. C. F. Maedl
Mr. Bernard Mazzoni
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Marquard
Mr. and Mrs. R. Mars
Mrs. Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Martin
Brenda Murray
Mr. and Mrs. O'Daniel
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palumbon
Mr. Ed. "Murphy" Parker


Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Paulson
Mr. and Mrs. "Eixie" Pender
D. G. Peters
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pfaur
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ramcy
Mr. and Mrs. R. Redman
Judy Redmond
Mrs. W. Z. Reinheimer
Roy H. Rice
CMO and Mrs. R. V. Richards
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ridse
Capt. and Mrs. Rawe, Jr.
F. J. Russell
Alvaro Saborio
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Sanders
Mrs. F. W. Sapp
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shore
Evelyn S. Slanics
Evelyn Slowick
Mrs. D. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith
Robert W. Smith
Rags Sparling
Mrs. Stanford
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stephenson
D. P. Strictland
Mrs. Strictland
Mr. and Mrs. Andre Stokner
R. B. M. Stroop
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Swishers
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
Capt. and Mrs. C. O. Forstenson
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Turner
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Urey
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Vache
Barton and Noota Van Hoose
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vowell
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walsh
Merrill Webster
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Whitney
Arthur J. Wilder
Margaret Will
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Willoughby
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wood
Mr. Woodruff
Ralph L. Word
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PROUDLY PRESENT




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TABLE OF CONTENTS



In Memoriam 1 3

Dedication J

Faculty 9

Seniors 14

Class History 4 3

Last Will and Testament 44

Hall of Fame 45

Baby Pictures 5 6

Juniors 59

Underclassmen (J

Clubs 73

Sports 81

Music 92

R. O. T. C 94








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MR. NOEL GIBSON



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DEDICATION




For his sincere loyalty in serving CHS for the last twenty-two
years, the students of Cristobal High School dedicate the
1961 Caribbean to Mr. Noel Gibson. His timely efforts in
helping the students are such that they deserve to be rewarded,
even in this small way.




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MR. PAUL BECK



Principal

A.B., Findlay College

M.A., University of Michigan



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Mr. Carl E. Maedl

B.A., Moosehead Teachers College

M.A., Columbia University

Guidance Director

Boys* Counselor





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Mrs. Josephine McDonnell
Episcopal Hospital
School Niirse



FACULTY



Mrs. Marion Taylor
Secretary





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Miss Adamary Anderson

B.A., Florida State College for Women

M.A., University of Michigan

American Institutions

U. S. History

Honor Society Sponsor

Girls' Counselor



Mr. Richard W. Bock
B.A., University of North Dakota
M.Ed., University of Houston
Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
Sophomore Class Sponsor





Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi

B.A., Southeastern Louisiana College

M.A., Mississippi Southern College

Physical Education

Cheerleader Sponsor

G.A.A. Sponsor



Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi

B.A.. Rutgers University

M.Ed., Rutgers University

English

Journalism

Quill and Scroll Sponsor



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Mrs. Veva Folsom

A.B., Nebraska State Coliege

M.A., Colorado State College

Business Education

S. A. Treasurer

Typing and Shorthand

Modern Business




Mr. Ralph Garret

B.A., Furman University

M.A., University of South Carolina

Sponsor, Freshman Class

English, Spanish





Mrs. Anne Gegg
B.A., Cornell University
M.S., Cornell University
Latin, French, Spanish
Junior Class Sponsor



Mr. Noel Gibson

B.S., Bradley University

Mechanical Drawing

Metal Shop

Rifle Club Sponsor





Mr. Eugene Gregg

A. A., Canal Zone Junior College

B.A., Colorado State College

M.A., University of Colorado

Social Studies

Modern World History

Athletic Council Sponsor



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Mr. David Ingram

B.S.. East Texas State College

M.Ed.. East Texas State College

Health

Physical Education





Miss Helen Johnston

B.A., Pacific University

M.A.. Pacific University

M.L., University of "Washington

Librarian

Library Training



Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad

B.A., Concordia Conservatory of Music

B.M., Concordia Conservatory of Music

M.A.. University of Michigan

Chorus

Orchestra

Band





Mrs. Alfhild Maedl

'B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College

English



Mr. Bernard Mazzoni

M.Ed., Pennsylvania State University

Algebra

Mathematics

Journalism Ads Sponsor




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Mr. Robert McCullough
B.S., St. Cloud State College
M.A., Colorado State College
Social Studies
Early World History



Miss Sophie McLimms
B.S., University of Wyoming
Household Arts
Nurses' Aides Sponsor





Mr. Paul Moser

B.S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College

Physical Education

Health

C.T.S. Sponsor



Mr. James D. Norman

B.S., Michigan State University

M.S., Oregon State College

Biology

General Mathematics




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Mr, Luke Palumbo

B.S., Northwest Missouri State College

General Science

Jr. High S. A. Sponsor



Mr. James H. Pfau

B.S., Valley City State Teachers College

M.A., University of Minnesota

Chemistry

Physics

S. A. Sponsor





Mr. Charles T. Reeves
B.A., Arizona State University
B.S., Arizona State University
M.A., Arizona State University
Woodwork, General Shop, Mathematics
Drivers' Training



Mr. James Rice
B.F.A., University of Texas
M.Ed., Howard Payne College
Art, English





Mrs. Stella Riefkohl
B.A., New York University
M.A., Columbia University
Spanish




Mr. James Rollins

B.S., University of Arkansas

M.A., University of Arkansas

General Science, Mathematics

Social Studies

Sponsor. Dramatics Club and Thespians



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Mr. Earl Sharrick

B.A., Illinois State Normal University
M.A., Illinois State Normal University
Special Education



Mrs. Dorothy Smith

A.B., Ohio Northern University

English 11 and 12

Senior Class Sponsor




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Mr. Frank Spitzer

B.S.. East Carolina College

Mathematics 7 and 8

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Mr. James Stearns

B.S., University of Florida

M.A., University of Florida

Spanish

"21" Club Sponsor






Sgt. Thomas Metcalf
Military 1

Drill Team Advisor
Company "F" Advisor



Mrs. Harriet Young

B.S., Central Missouri State College,

Northwestern University
M.A., Louisiana State University
English 9 and 12
Speech




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Capt. Frank Currier
University of Richmond
Officers Advance Course,
The Infantry School



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IN MEMORIAM




Class of I960

Died October 15, 1960



Doris was a warm-hearted, cheerful girl who had many friends. All
those who knew her will long remember her.



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SENIORS




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CLASS

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1961




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PRESIDENT



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GEORGE HEIM COTTON

"Bulldog"
April 22, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"1 am a man, and whatever concerns hu-
manity is of concern to me."

"C" Club 2,3,4; Class Assemblies 3,4; Foot-
baO 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2;
Soccer 1,2,3; Sophomore Class President;"
Senior Class president; Boys' State, Lt.
Governor 3; GZ. All Stars 1957-1958;
VFW Palm Bowl All Stars, 1959-1960;
R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; Company Commander 4;
Color Guard 3.





Carol Martha Agee

March 30, 1944

Cape Girardeau, Missouri

"Her talent and brain will bring her grea;
gain."

Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Torris Zone Wizards
1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1,4; Basketball 1,3;
Caribe Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society
3,4; Volleyball 3; Softball 3; Class Assemblies
4; Band 1,2,3,4. Outstanding Student 2




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Edna Earle Baker
"Kiwi"

September 2 3, 1943
Augusta, Georgia

"Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced
by variety."

Lampasas High School, Lampasas, Texas
Future Homemakers of America 1 ; Leilehua
High School, Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaiian Is-
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Catherine Julianne Bantin

"Julie"
August 30, 1943
Opelouias, Louisiana

"The best part of beauty is that which
no picture can express."

Basketball Intramurals 4; Lampasas High
School, Lampasas, Texas Future Homemak-
ers of America 1,2,3; Wiesbaden High School,
Wiesbaden, Germany.




Patricia H. Baron
"Pat"

March 17, 1943
Shelby, Montana

"Little said, much accomplished."

Baseball 1; Basketball I; Girls' State 3; Band
1,2,3,4; S.A. Representative 2. Barstow Un-
ion High School; Cristobal High School Na-
tional Honor Society.






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Lesley Anne Berger
"Les"
August 20, 1943
Roxbury, Massachusetts

"Her smile's from within,
Many friends doth she win!"

FTA 2,3,4, President 4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Thespians 3,4,
Treasurer 3, President 4; Plays: Loud Red
Patrick, Inside Lester, Room Full of Roses.
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3;
National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President
4; Freshmen All Start. Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1,2; Basketball 1; Softball 1,2. Tennis
3; Class Assemblies 1,3,4; Cheerleading 3,4;
Homecoming Court; Girls' State 3; Girls' Na-
tion 3; S.A. Representative 2,3.



Joseph Augustine Bialkowski

"Jay"

September 24, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Variety is the very spice of life
That gives it all its form,"

"21" Club 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3;
Intramurals: Soccer, Basketball, Track 1 ;
Freshman Class Vice-President; Band 1,2.




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Thomus Jeffery Billison

"Tom"
June 14, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"A not-so-quiet guy with no enemies."

Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4, Vice-President; "C"
Club 5,4; National Honor Society 5,4, Presi-
dent 4; "21" Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3.4
(Lettered 5,4); All Stars, 3.4; All-Interscho-
lastic team Co^Captain 4; Track 2,3,4 (Let-
tered 3,4) ; Swimming 2,3,4 (Lettered 3) ;
S.A. Representative 1 ,3 ; S. A. President 4.
R.O.T.C. Cadet Lt. Colonel; Battalion Com-
mander, Outstanding Cadet Medal MI & Mil;
Outstanding Cadet Officer Mill; Several
medals for high grade on final exam.




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Veronica Blennerhassett

"WinJty"
August 21, 1945
Kingston, Jamaica

"Friendship in her smile and talent in her
toes."

Caribe Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 5,4, Secretary-Treasurer
4; Dramatics Club 2; Class Assemblies 5,4,
(Manager 3); Roosevelt Assembly 3; Cam-
paign Assembly 3; Vice-President of the
Junior class; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Represen-
tative 1 ; Chairman of the Dinner Commit-
tees, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Caribbean Editor 4; Trade-
wind Staff 4; Caribbean Assistant Business
Manager 4. Intramurals: Basketball 2,3; Soft-
ball 2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; National Honor
Society



Donald WiJson Bonneau

"Bouidini"
October 16, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone

"He thinks much, but says little in pro-
portion to his thoughts."

Football 1,2,5,4; Letterman 2,5,4; Track 2,4;
All Stars 4. Basketball and Soccer Intramur-
als 1,2,5,4; "C" aub 2,5,4; Highest Shooter
2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,5.




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Shirley Anne Bonneau

"Shirl"
September 15, 1941
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone

"Smiling lips, twinkling eyes, and a
beauty that never dies."

G.A.A. 2,5,4; Basketball, Volleyball, and Soft-
ball Intramurals 1,2,5,4. S.A. Representative
1,2; S. A. Alternate 5; Homecoming Queen
4; Cheerleading 2,5,4.



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Rodman Frank Brayton

"Rod-
May 25, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Thinking, not growth, makes manhood."

Soccer 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. Drill Team MI; 2nd
Lieutenant MTI.





Beverly Marcia Brownlee

"Baby Brownlee"
October 16, 1943
Gorgas Hospiul, Ancon, CuuJ Zone

"Beverly's merry, laughing, carefree ways
Shall remind us of our high school days."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses'
Aide 1; FTA 1,2,3,4; Captain of Basketball
4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; Tradewind
Staff.



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Harry Flanric Butz, Jr.

"Rickey"
February 18, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"His hopes are high as his legs are long."

Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4. Thespians 3,4; Plays:
"Whole Town is Talking, House Without Win-
dows. Chorus 1,2,3,4; Christmas Festival
1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4.




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Curtis Randall Coate

"Randy"
April 24, 1943
Columbus, Ohio

"True value lies in the mind,
the never yielding purpose."

Torrid Zone Wi2ards 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor So-
ciety 4; Jr. Rifle Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Or-
chestra 1. ROTC: 2nd Place Annual M-1
Exam; Drill Team 1; fiattalion S-3; Major 4.'




Carolyn Cecilia Coffin

"Lynne"
November 20, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Actions speak louder than words."

Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses' Aid Club 1,2,3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team 2,3.




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Brenda Alicia Collins

April 8, 1943

Colon Hospital, Rep. de Panama

"She is friendly, kind, and true.
Always ready to laugh with you."

Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses'
Aide 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,-
4; Softball 1,2; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4;
Basketball All Stars 1,2,3,4; Softball All Stars
1,2;. Tennis 3,4; Swimming 1,2; Gymnastics
4; S.A. Alternate 4; Girls' State.




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Sharon Lynn Cooper

"Goobie"
September U, 1943
Fort Worth, Texas

"A captivating blond with a weakness
for laughter."

Dramatics Club 2; Nurses' Aid 2; Intramur-
als 4; Vocal 1,2; Girli' State 3.





Larry J. Corrigan

June 7, 1943

Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Whatever is worth doing at all is
worth doing well."

Balboa High School 1; Football I; Basketball
1; Waterpolo 1; R.O.T.C. Efficiency Ribbon;
Marksman Medal; S.A. Ribbon.




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John Cronan

"Pumpsie"
December 12, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Of plain, sound sense life's current
coin is made."

"C" Club; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football
Soccer 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. 2nd Lieutenant.




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Patrick Henry Ctockery
"Doc"
August 15, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Joking and laughing all the day long;
To him life is just a sweet, merry song.'

Track 3,4; Class Assembly 4.






Stephanie Marie Dreyer
"Steffie"
September 11, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Conscientious and dependable,
a classmate indispensable."

Dramatics Club 1,2, 3j Nurses' Aid 1,2,3,4.




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Paul Frederick Ebdon

"Pace"
June 21, 1943
Colon Hospital, "Rep. of Panama

"The world was taken in a stride;
Nor turned he back for time or tide."

"21" Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2; Rifle Club 1,2; Band
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4. R.O.T.C: Best shot
Mil, Achievement Mil, Major Battalion EXO.





Patricia Egger

"Pat-
April IS, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

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

G.A.A. 3; Volleyball All Stars 3; Basketball

All Stars 4; Softball All Stars 3. Intramurals:
Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4. Girls' State 3; "Americanism" at
Girls* State; Chairman of Dance Committee
2,3; Freshman All Stars 1.



Mary Alice Englke

"Molly"
November 12, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama

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

Volleyball All Stars 1; Volleyball Intramur-
als 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Christmas Festival 1;
Spring Festival 1. Class Offices: Secretary 2.
Athletic Council 3; Assistant Treasurer of
S.A.. "21" C:lub Queen 2; Cheerlcading 1,2,-
3,4 (Captain 3); Drill Team Sponsor 3, Bat-
talion Sponsor 4.





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Barbara Jean Erikson

"Barb"
January 18, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Never trouble trouble, till trouble
troubles you then laugh."

S.A. Representative 2; TraJewinJ Staff 4.




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Virginia Lynn Favorite

"Ginny"
November 19, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Oh! you flavor everything;
You are the vanilla of society."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4. Intramurals: Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,4. Volleyball All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball All Stars 1,2,3,4
Softball All Stars 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4
Outstanding Swimmer 1960; Tennis 3, -4
Gymnastics; Manager of Freshman All Stars
S.A. Representative 1,2,4; Athletic Council
3; Top Ten All Stars 1,2; R.O.T.C. Sponsor,
Company F.




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Willard Jay French
"hr"

May 11, 1943

San Diego, California

"Whoever invented work should have
finished it."

Rifle aub 1,2,3; Soccer 3; R.O.T.C Drill
Team Commander 4.



Helen Marie Fogle
"Mouse"
October 22, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"To be 1 friend is her way."

Volleyball Intrammurals 2; Bowling 2,3.




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Andrea Manuela Grebien

"Andy"

October 6, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"More CO her than gold or grain
is the cunning hand and the
cultured brain."
Nurses' Aide Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Caribe
Club 2,5,4, Vice-President 3, Historian 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Band 2; Girls' State 3; Honor Society 4.



Judith Dorothea Hakanson

"Judy"
January 12. 1942
Brooklyn, New York

"A winsom smile and laughing

green eyes
Makes this girl above the others
rise."
Dramatics Club 1,2; Glee Club 3.



Barbara Marie Hall

"Babs"
October 2 J, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"I'd rather be remembered by a

song
Than by a victory."
Volleyball. Softball and Basketball Intra-
murals 1 ,2,3,4; Glee Club.










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"Judy"
September 2 8, 1943
Colon Hospiti], Rep. of Panama
"A gay little lass with a per-
sonality all her own."
Dramatics Club 2. Intramurals: Basketball
1; Softball 1; Volleyball 1,3,4. Volleyball All
Stars I; Orchestra 1,2; Tradewind staff.



Hebe Diana Hearn

"Texas"
February 9, 1944
Washington, D.C.

"The study of mankind is man."
Torrid Zone Wizards 4: Rifle Club 4; Chorus
3. Highland Park High School, Dallas, Texas:
Hi-Lite Club; Student Association; Highland
Chorus 2,3



Elizabeth L. Hewitt

"Betsy"
November 3, 1943
Omaha, Nebraska

"Quietness and diligence
Pervade her gentle spirit."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1.2,3,4;
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Volley-
ball, Basketball Intramurals; Girls' State 3.



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Cody Jorden HoUowell

"Wolfe-
January 16, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Strong, silent type with a big grin.'

Rifle Team 2,3; Swimming 2.



Mary Jane Husted

"Jaiiie"
August 2S, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Sincere and always kind,
A nicer -girl is hard to find.**

G.A.A. 3; Varsity Basketball 1,2,5,4; Varsity
Volleyball 2,3; Freshman Softball All Stars,
Captain. Inrramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4. Glee Club
1. Balboa High School Glee Club.






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Gary Wade Irving

"Nose"
March 31, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"A quick brain, a quick tongue, and
flying feet.**

Caribe Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2; National
Honor Society 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,-
3,4; "21*" Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Rifle
Club 1,2; Football All Stars 1,2,3,4 (Lettered
3,4); Track 1,2,3,4 (Lettered 1,2,3,4); Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; Soccer Intramurals
1,2,3; Orchestra 2; Chorus 4; S.A. Secretary
4; Most Valuable Trackman 3; All Zone Foot-
ball; "21" Club Essay Prize (1st Place) 3.




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James Alexander Stearns

"Alex"
July 9, 1943
Cayey, Puerto Rico

"Ail all-round guy with a smile for all."

"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C Club 2,3,4; "21"
Club Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; "C" Club
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class Assembly 3;
Football 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Baseball 2;
Lettered in Football 3,4; Track 3,4; President
of Junior Class 3; S.A. Representative 1,4;
Boys' State 3; Palm Bowl All Stars 190; "21"
Club Assembly 2,3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; Guidon
Bearer 3.



Hazel Alice Kirkland

May 4, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone

"From the top of her head to the tip
of her toes,
The impression of neatness and loveliness
grows."

Orchestra 1,2.



Walter Herman Kleefkens

"Walt"
April 19, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"There is nothing insignificant
nothing."

Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Basketball 3, 4; Track
1,2; Baseball 3; Basketball All Stars 1,2;
R.O.T.C. 2,3.



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Sharon Lee Knatz
"Sherry"
October 5, 1942
Slieboygan, Wisconsin

"Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye."

Junior Club and Nurses' Aid Club, Custer
High School. Tradeivind Staff 4.





Katherine Gladys Kucikas

"Kathy"
February 13, 1945
Panama City, Rep. of Panama

"The female of the species is more
deadly than the male."

Caribe Club 2.




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Michael James La Croix

"Mike"
March 6, 1942
Chicago, Illinois

"Happy and free as the breeze.
His heart and mind are at ease."

Soccer Intramurals 3,4; Band 1,2. Miami
Military Academy: Bugler, Horse-Back Drill
Team, Master Sgt. ; Basketball, Baseball,
Weight Lifting. Latin American and North
American Dance Band.




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Timothy N. Lasher

"Tim"
January U, 1944
Colon, Rep. of Panama

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

Susquehanna Twp. High School: Baseball 1,2;
Wrestling 2; Choir 2.




Mary Nell Lee
"Dixie"
April 14, 1943
Heflin, Alabama

"The thoughts behind that pixie face
Are like none other in the human race."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,-
3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2. Basket-
ball All Stars 2,3; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4
Softball All Stars 1,2; S.A. Representative 2
Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming Court; Girls
State 3.




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Cecilia Sylvia Lelaidier

"Ceci"
July 12, 1945
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Silence gives the proper grace
to women."

Nurses' Aid Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2;
Glee Club 1,2,4; Girls' State 3.




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Elizabeth Ann Limkemann
"Betty"
July 2, 1944
Sioux Falls, South Dakota

"A classmate everyone admires:

Her quest for knowledge never tires."

Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Nurses' Aid Club 2,-
3,4, Historian 2, President 3; Caribe Club
2,3,4, Secretary 3; National Honor Society
3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Girls' State
3; Outstanding Student 11.



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Livia D. Lippincott

"Pee Wee"
May 21, 1942
Springfield, Massachusetts

"Small in stature, but full of pep
and life."

Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses' Aid Club 1,2,3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3. Intra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3;
Softball 2. Girls' State 3.





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Andrea Faye Terrell

"Andy"
March 6, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"She has a future full of treasures."

Nurses' Aid 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Volleyball,
Basketball, and Softball Intramurals 1,2; Girls*
State.




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Thomas Dugan
"Tom"
October 31, 1943
Sandborn, Indiana

"Somebody has to take it easy, so it
might as well be me."

"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; Rifle
Club 1; "21" Club Assembly; Swimming
1,2,3; Outstanding Swimmer Award; "21"
Club Essay, 3rd prize. R.O.T.C: Rifle team
ribbon; Best cadet six- week period ribbon;
Rifle Team medal; Best shot, MI; Best Cadet
Medal; 2nd highest daily average medal; Ex-
pert rifleman badge.



Warren D. Marquard

"Babe"
May 14, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone

"Suppress me, if you can."

"C" Club; Torrid Zone Wizards; Class As-
sembly 4; Basketball I; Baseball 3,4; Track
2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 2,4.




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February 17, 1943

Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone

"It is the mind that makes the man."

Dramatics Club 4; Caribe Club 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2; National Honor Society 4;
Class Assembly 4; R.O.T.C. Adjutant MI,
MIT, Mill, MIV.




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Mario J. Mr.itin

April II, 1942

Amador Guerrero, Rep. of Panima

"He is the mirror of all courtesy.'

Soccer 2; Softball 1.





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Allen John Messer

"Boito"

December 10, 1942

Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"Very quiet and unassuminE,
Weighty plans his mind is brewing."

Swimming 2; R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2,3,4.



Michael Ashton Metcalf

"Mike"
November 26, 1943
Mineral Wells, Texas

"Honor and knowledge alone can merit.
Alone can produce."

Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; National Honor
Society 4; "C" Club 4; S.A. Alternate 3;
Merit Scholarship Finals 4. R.O.T.C. Drill
Team 2,3; Commander 3; Outstanding Cadet
MI; 2nd on Final Exam, 2; 1st on Exam, 2;
D.A. Ribbon 2; High Daily Average 3; Com-
pany Commander 3. Bloomington High
School: S.A. Representative 1.





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David Miller
"Dave"
October 30, 1942
Washington, D. C.

"Don't let study interfere with
Education."

Dramatics Club 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4;
R.O.T.C. Drill Team 4.




Robert Edwaid Morrissey (Rice)
"Beak"
February 27, 1943
Boston, Massachusetts

"There is more to me than you
understand."

"C" Club 2,4; Athletic Council 2; Football
(Lettered 3,4); Track 3,4 (Manager 3,4);
Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Homecoming
Court; Boys' State 3; Color Guard 3; All
Star Football 4.





Berthier David Murray

"Bert"
July 19, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of 'Panama

"His talk was like a stream which runs
with rapid change from rock to roses."

Band 1,2; Boys' State 3.



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Sharon Rose McElhone

"Mac"
May 5, 1943

Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Gentle of nature, humble of

heart.
Forever striving to fulfill her
part."
Dramatics Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary-
Treasurer 3,4; Class Assemblies 2,3; Basket-
ball, Softball, Volleyball (Captain 1). All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Captain, A League All Stars 4.
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3. President
of Freshman class; Vice-President of Sopho-
more class; Vice-President of S.A.; S.A. Rep-
resentative 4; President of the Athletic Coun-
cil 3; Homecoming Court 4; R.O.T.C. Spon-
sor 4. Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 4, Secretary
3; Campaign Assembly 2,3.



Elizabeth Mary McLaren

"Liz"
May 18, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Not too studious, not too gay.
She trods the even, middle way."
Intramurals; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2;
Volleyball 2,3. Vocal 1,2,3.




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Mary Rebecca McLeod

"Becky"
September 21, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, C. Z.
"A refreshing air of unconcern
and a friendly hello for all."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3.4; Nurses' Aid 1,2,3,4;
Thespians 4, Vice-President; Basketball, Soft-
ball and Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.A.
Alternate 3; Band 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Glee
Club 1.




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Linda Ann Nelson
"Lynn"
October 9, 1943
Elko, Nevada

"The beauty of the Heavens is the stars;
The beauty of a woman is her hair."

Tradcwind Staff 4; Volleyball and Basketball
Intramurals 4. Capuchino High School,
Science Club I ; California Scholarship Fed-
eration, 2 years; Girls' Sports Intramurals
1,2,3; S.A. Representative and Alternate.




Diane Elizabeth Nolte
"Di"
January 6, 1944
St. Louis, Missouri

"Her sincerity is deep, her happiness
complete."

Tradnvhd Staff 4. Pacific Grove High
School, Rally Club; Bowling and Softball In-
tramurals 1.




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Michael Barnaby Rudge
"Mike"
September 6, 1943
Vashon Island, Washington

"To climb steep hills requires slow pace
at first."

Balboa High School 1,2; Chi Eta Sigma 3,4;
Balboa Lettermen Club 1,2; Chess Club 2;
Football 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Water Polo
I; Soccer 1,2; Gymnastic Intramurals 3; Ten-
nis 3; Track 3; S.A. Alternate 2,4; Athletic
Council 4; Master of Ceremonies, Homecom-
ing.






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Hilda M. Saborio

July I J, 1941

San Jose, Costa Rica

"Asking nothing, revealing naught, but
minting her words from a fund of
thought."

Nurses' Aide Club 1, Glee Club 2, TraJewinJ
Staff, Caribbean Assistant Editor 4.




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Leonidas Sanchez, Jr.
"Leo"
April 26, 194}
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"He grins from ear to ear in the most
disturbing fashion; he jokes a lot and
laughs a lot, but for work he has no
passion."

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



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"Ca Ca"
May 23, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"A friendly gal who is a sensation on the
gym floor."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide Club 2,3; Treas-
urer 2; Dramatics Club 2, Band 1,2,3,4;
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volley-
ball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Swimming and
Diving Team 2,3,4; Bowling Team 2,3 (Let-
tered 2,3); Top Ten 1,2,3.




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Lorna Diane Shore

"Diny"
February 13, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Little I ask; my wants are few."

Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4: The Whole Town
is Talking. Basketball Intramurals 1.





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Leslie Humberto Tompkins
"Les"
June 11, 1943
Barranquilla, Columbia

"Content to live this is my story
Track 3,4; R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff 1,2,3,4.



Daniel W. Smith

"Dan"
February 15, 1942
Columbus, Georgia

"As light on his feet as he is in his
heart."

"C" Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4, President
4; Track 2,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Soccer 2.3.
Class Secretary 3; S.A. Elections 3,4; R.O.T.C.
Lt. 3, 1st Lt. 4; Rifle Team.




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Rebecca Anne Slowick

"Ginger"
January IS, 1943
Knoxvilie, Tennessee
"Happy-go-lucky Ginger formula
for fireworks."
Intramurals; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4. Tradewind Staff;
Glee Club 1.



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"Spec"
March 10, 1945
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Full of chatter and full of pep,
NEVER QUIET, that's her rep."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball
1.2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4. Glee Club 1; Swim-
ming 1,2,3,4; Freshman-Sophomore Brawl;
Tradewind staff.




Zola Lynn Steele



"Zorro
January 17, 1943
Miami, Florida

"It's nice to be natural,
When you're naturally nice."
Nurses* Aid 3,4; Dramatics Club 4, Vice
President 4; Bowling; Softball Intramurals;
Band 4; Orchestra 4. Richard Montgomery
High School: Glee Club; S.A. Representative
1, 2; Softball and Volleyball Intramurals.




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Pamuela Ann Theriot

"Pam"
December 30, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Behind cool blue eyes and underneath
blond locks lies irresistible charm."

Girls' Athletic Association; Rifle Club 1.2;
Dramatics Club 3; Swimming 1,2,3,<. Intra-
murals: Softball 3, Volleyball 2. Orchestra
1,2; Band 2; Tradewind Staff 4.




Kathleen Di.ma Stromberg
"Kathy"
April 7, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama

"The glass of fashion, and the mould of

form.
The observed of all observers."

Dramatics Club; Jamboree Queen 4.




Jack Edward Taber
"Fatman"
September 2 9, 1943
Cristobal, Canal Zone

"The deed I intend is great,
But what, as yet, I know not."

Rifle Club 3; Football 3; Soccer 2,3; Drill
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Roberta Ann Vache
"Bobbie"
August 26, 194J
Catskill, New York

"Blest with temper whose unclouded ray
Can make tomorrow as cheerful as today."

Nurses' Aid 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Bowl-
ing 2,3,4; Softball 3,4; Glee Club 2; S.A.
Representative 1 Balboa High School.




Louise Mary Allgaier
"Lou"
March 22, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Of every noble work the silent part is
best."

Nurses' Aid 1.2,3; Dramatics Club 2; Tntra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2; Bowling 4.




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"Jeff-
December 5, 1939
KingsvLlIe, Texas

"Worry is not for lads like me."

Football 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football Letter
4; Orchestra 2,4; Swimming team 1,2.






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Alfred Valdez

March 2, 1942
Clifton, Arizona

"H is the mirror of all courtesy."

R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; MUHS Wireless Bugs, Mon-
terey Union High School.








Robert Edward Walker
"Doat"
August 28, 1943
New York City, New York

"A likeable chap whose wacky wit never
allows for a dull moment."

Football 3; Soccer 1,2; Basketball Intramurals
2,3; R.O.T.G 2,3,4.



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June 12, 1943

Colon, Rep. of Panama

"A happy fellow with a devil-may-care
kind of grin."

Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4;
Platoon Leader 4.




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J>Jy 1, 1942

Colon Hospitjl, Rep of Panama

"Men of few words are the best men.'

Track I; R.O.T.C 1,2,3.




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January 1, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

"Happy am I and from care am I free.'

R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; Governor's Cup.



Dewey Blaine Whittaker
"Dew"
August 26, 1942
Liberty, Missouri

"A lot of masculinity adored by
feminity."

Football; Basketball; Football Letter 2,3,4;
"C" Club 2,3,4; Interscholastic All Zone
Football 3,4; Most Valuable Basketball Player
for 1960.





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James Randolph Williams
"Jack"
January 1, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone

"The most essential feature of man is his
improvableness."

Football; Swimming; S.A. Alternate 2.




Walter Thayer Woodruff

"Wally"
August 16, 1941
Wheeling, West Virginia

"I make the most of all that comes,
and the least of all that goes."

"C" Club; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Swim-
ming 2; Caribbean and Tradewind photog-
rapher.




Camera Shy: Alkn Jacques, Michael
Littleton, John Manning, and Abel
Borsellino.



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CLASS PROPHECY



Glancing into ihe future to see what the class of 1961
has been doing for the past ten years, we find most of our
friends scattered all over the world and a few off the world.

Marriage has claimed fourteen of our girls. Judy Ha-
kanson, Shirley Bonneau, Pat Baron and Hilda Saborio have
married pilots working for the Trans-World Air Line.
They arc busy keeping their children on the ground. Edna
Baker just married Ted Kennedy and is planning to become
a First Lady. Linda Nelson and Sharon Knatz are married
to twin brothers and live next door to each other on a gold
mine m Alaska. Zola Steele married the head doctor of the
Walter Reed Hospital. Diane Shore married Christian Dior's
Vice-President and now is sending the United States many
beautiful fashions. Barbara Hall, Diane Nolte, Molly En-
gclke, Stephanie Dryer and Kathy Stromberg are very happily
married and are raising large families.

Here in Panama, we find Gary Irving building a tunnel
under the Canal for a highway. Paul Ebdon is helping
him dig. Mike Rudge is chief taster in the Balboa Brewery.
Leo Sanchez is President of Panama and is working on a
new reform bill to build three diamond-shaped swimming
pools in Panama, the contracts for which will be handled
by Harry Butz. Don Bonneau is head of the "Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Iguanas." Bobbie Vache is his
secretary. Perry Washabaugh has finally graduated from
Junior College, C. Z., and is now planning to continue his
education in the States. Mike La Croix has finished his
apprenticeship, and plans to own Westinghouse, someday.

Far, far away from the Canal Zone, we sec the first
space ship in outer space, designed by Rod Brayton. John
Cronan is Captain and Mario Martin is Co-Captain; Bert
Murray is the Doctor and Lesley Berger is Chief Nurse;
Jack Williams is the scientist. Jay French is translator, in
cast they find people on the Moon.

Looking toward Earth's atmosphere, we find some of
our lads in the Air Force. Danny Smith has decided to
make a career out of the Air Force. In celebration of this
very important event, he was sent to Afghanistan. His very
lucky crew are Jack Taber, Allen Messer, George Cotton
and Mike Littleton. As they land in Afghanistan, they see
Randy Coate, the famous "Walker," who has decided to
walk around the world. He has nearly drowned three t-mes.

In France, we find Helen Spector, enjoying her trip to
Paris. She came from the United States on a ship com-
manded by Captain Robert Morrissey. Helen wanted to go
to Paris for not only its beauty but because the famous
hair stylist, Kathy Kucikas, is there. Kathy is famous for
her "weather beaten" hair-do's.

In other countries, all over the world, we find Pat
Dockery, Tim Lasher and Larry Corrigan, who are now
proud fathers of many children and are heads of big de-
partment stores in French Indo-China. Alex Stearns and
Jay Bialkowski have combined forces and are now President
and Vice-President of a tuna-canning factory in Nova Sco-
tia. Liz McLaren is a watch-checker in Switzerland. Bobby
Walker manufactures Volkswagens in Germany.

Betty Limkemann is the first female president of Macy's,
and, from what we hear, she is making millions of dollars.



Of course, with David Miller as her head salesman, she has
a reason to be making millions.

One of our'illustrious students is writing a book. He
is John Manning, who rides trains underneath. He is writ-
ing a book entitled People As They Are, and he tweeds a
worm's eye Autographed copies will be furnished at
Gimbel's.

Looking into Macy's once again, we find Giles Martin
and Walter Kleefkins playing Santa Claus in order to dis-
pose of their money. They are wealthy philanthropists, hav-
ing played the stockmarket and made millions.

Cecilia Lclaidier is Private Secretary to Make Metcalf,
who is working on his eighth billion and has almost all of
It. Veronica Blennerhass^tt is a psychiatrist. Norman Rock-
well has a new partner Pat Egger. Julianne Bantin has
started on her trip to paint the North Pole.

Sharon Cooper, Sharon McElhone and Barbara Erikson
are famous models now because they all look like the Presi-
dent's wife (she is Mrs. Cody HoUowell, who, of course,
is married to our Cody Hollowell). One of our girls has
just gained the distinction of being elected the youngest
Senator the United States has ever had. She is Andrea
Grcbien, senator of California.

Carol Agee holds the newly-created Cabinet post
Secretary of Schools. Her Assistant is Lynne Coffin. Bev-
erly Brownlee, Becky McLeod, and Pam Theriot are high
school teachers. Ginny Favorite and Mary Jane Husted are
physical education teachers. Helen Fogle is a Science teacher
and plans to teach at CHS. Judy Hallett teaches at a
Business College in Massachusetts.

Tom Billison is a colonel in the Army and is expecting
to become a general very soon. Henry Wells, Alfred Valdez
and Allen Jacques are serving in the Army in Japan, Ger-
many and Panama.

We also have some great athletes in the class of 1961:
Wally Woodruff is playing for Yale and is their star pisyer;
Warren Marquard has become the best golfer in the world;
Carol Seaman is an Olympic swimmer.

Brenda Collins has become a famous Hollywood movie
star. She stars with Dewey Whittaker, who is competing
with Tab Hunter.

Next we see Mrs. America of 1971. She is Mary Nell
Lee. Mary Nell had to pass tests on cooking, sewing and
other household arts. She passed them all with flying colors.
Livia Lippincott is teaching dancing in Arthur Murray's
Dance Studio. Betsy just finished her latest book. The
CrosS'Polinafion of Orchards. Hebe Hearne's teeth are being
seen by many people all over the world, because she adver-
tises tooth paste. Hazel Kirkland, racing at Datona Beach,
has won three winner's cups. Ginger Slowick is working in
a hospital as a dietician.

Tommy Dugan has retired after earning his first mil-
lion. Leslie Tompkins is famous for being a flag pole sitter.
Driving dynamite trucks is fun to Leonard Wcrtz. He
always did love to do crazy things.



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A LONG TIME AGO .



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1. Edna Baker

2. Elizabeth Limkemann

3. Andrea Grebien

4. Barbara Hall

5. Andrea Terrell

6. Diane Nolte

7. Lynne Coffin

8. George Cotton

9. Helen Spcctor
10. Helen Fogle

2 1. Carol Seaman



I ] Carol Agee

12. Roberta Vache

13. David Miller

14. Betsy Hewitt
1 J. Zola Steele

16. Robert Morrissey

17. Livia Lippincott



Mario Martin

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Gary Irving


11.


Diane Shore


2.


Patricia Egger


12.


Mary Jane Husted


3.


Virginia Favorite


13.


Hazel Kirkland


4.


Beverly Brownlce


14.


Pamela Theriot


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Alex Stearns


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Elizabeth McLaren


6.


Shirley and Donald Bonneau


16.


Henry Wells


7.


Brenda Collins


17.


Judith Hakanson


8.


Mary Alice Engelke


18.


Julianne Bantin


9.


Harry Butz


19.


Sharon Cooper


10.


Katherine Kucikas

21. Warren Marquajd


20.


Stephanie Dryer



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FCLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT t



CAROL AGEE Leaves her outstanding (?) athletic ability to

any one who needs it.
EDNA BAKER Leaves behind all her memories to Barbara Crim-

mel and Kay Tapie.
JULIANNE BANTIN Rather doubtful as to whether she's sound

of mind, leaves her ability to run laps in every three out of

four gym classes to anyone who thinks she can talk during

roll call and get away with it.
PAT BARON Leaves her lab seat in Mr. Pfau*s second period

Chemistry class to any Sophomore or Junior who can learn

to light the bunsen burner.
LESLEY BERGER Leaves her place at the lunch table to Tommy

Hepenheimer.
VERONICA BLENNERHASSETT Leaves her love of dancing to

any underclassman who appreciates dancing as much a: she

does.
JAY BIALKOWSKI Leaves to Mrs. Smith the honor of having

another senior like him.
DONALD BONNEAU Leaves his English books to Charles Tobm.
SHIRLEY BONNEAU Leaves her curly hair to her sisrer and

her position as Homecoming Queen to any one of the worthy

Junior girls.
ROD BRAYTON Doesn't leave anything to anybody.
BEVERLY BROWNLEE Leaves Tommy Hepenheimer to all the

girls in CHS.
HARRY BUTZ Leaves his custodian & Mr. Fix-it to any com-
petent underclassman who is capable of holding it.
RANDY COATE Leaves his tuba to Andy Nicolaisen and any-
one with lung power to play it.
LYNNE COFFIN Leaves everything, good and bad, that goes

with being a senior to Pam Johnston.
BRENDA COLLINS Leaves her place in the Homecoming Court

to any lucky Junior girl.
SHARON COOPER Leaves everything, good and bad, to her

darling brother Kenneth Wayne.
GEORGE COTTON Leaves his 185 pounds to David Wilder.
JOHN CRONAN Leaves his English room 341 to Charles Tobin.
PAT DOCKERY Leaves his skill and form in pole vaulting to

anyone who can do it.
STEPHANIE DREYER Leaves her ability to get through school

in some way to her sister, Beverly.
TOM DUGAN Leaves his motorcycle to Lorraine Urey.
PAUL EBDON Leaves to the party of the second party all the

trouble he can handle.
PAT EGGER Leaves her flowers to Sue Corrigan, her temper to

Sandra Husted, and all the headaches of drawing things for

other people to Robert Hammond.
MOLLY ENGELKE Leaves her position as Battalion Sponsor to

anyone who can fill it.
BARBARA ERIKSON Leaves CHS to anyone who wants her!
GINNY FAVORITE Leaves her bow- legs to any unfortunate

Junior for free!
HELEN FOGLE Leaves her place at the lunch table to Barbara

Crimmel.
JAY FRENCH Leaves Mr. Pfau and Mrs. Smith to Robert Ham-
mond, and his ability to look cheerful on Monday to any

underclassman who thinks he can stand it!
ANDREA GREBIEN Leaves the fun, responsibilities, and work
of her senior year to Mary Esther Jones.
JUDY HAKANSON Leaves all her books to anyone who wants

them.
BARBARA HALL Leaves her singing ability to Sandra Husted.
JUDY HALLETT Leaves her shorthand to anyone who can pass it.
BETSY HEWITT Leaves the honor and the work of being a

senior to Jean Van Dcr Hcyden.
MARY JANE HUSTED Leaves her ability to play in sports to

her sister, Sandra.
GARY IRVING Leaves his Hall of Fame positions: "Most Likely

to Succeed" to Richard Garcia (who will surely get it if he

can ever learn to speak English) and "Runner-Up for Best

Looking" to John Wainio.
HAZEL KIRKLAND Leaves her gym class to all those who
don't like gym.



WALTER KLEEFKINS Leaves his key chain to about twenty or

thirty people.
KATHERINE KUCIKAS Leaves her knowledge of Ohio to Tony.
MIKE LA CROIX Leaves U. S. History and American Institutions

to EYES Cooper and Terry Slaughter.
TIM LASHER Leaves his gym basket to Captain Currier.
MARY NELL LEE Leaves her place in the cheer leading squad
to any underclassman with a big mouth.

CECILIA LELAIDIER Leaves her memories of CHS to her sister,
Yvonne.

LIVIA LIPPINCOTT Leaves her height to Barbara Crimmel.
MIKE LITTLETON Just plain leaves.

JOHN MANNING Leaves his parking place to George Patten.
BABE MARQUARD Leaves his dirty sneakers and sweaty socks

to any girl in the girls gym class who will wear them.
GILES MARTIN Leaves Mr. Pfau for any deserving person.
MARIO MARTIN Hates to leave.

SHARON McELHONE Leaves her wardrobe to Kathleen DcLapp.
LIZ McLaren Leaves the boys to Sandy Shore and lunch time
walks to Jimmy Bass.
BECKY McLEOD Lerves her third locker in the girls' gym to

Keith Madden McLeod.
ALLEN MESSER Leaves his four years of hard work to Alex

Ramirez.
DAVID MILLER Just leaves.
BOB MORRISSEY Leaves his position as president of the Beaks

to John Wainio.
BERT MURRAY Leaves Mr. Pfau's Physics class.
LINDA NELSON Leaves her seat in Physics to any brave Junior.
DIANE NOLTE Leaves her loopy writing to any student who

can read it.
HILDA SABORIO Leaves her permanent place in the "B" Honor

Roll to any deserving Junior.
LEO SANCHEZ Leaves his English seat to Charles Tobin.
CAROL SEAMAN Leaves her love of sports to Evelyn Hawthorne.
DIANE SHORE Leaves her seat in the lounge to Chicken Hirons

and her brains to her little (?) sister.
GINGER SLOWICK Leaves her tank to Tita Clarke to drive

the clan around next year.
DANNY SMITH Leaves his place in the "HaU of Fame" to

any boy worthy of the honor.
ZOLA STEELE Leaves her ability to make good grades in chem-
istry to her sister.
ALEX STEARNS Leaves his center position in football to Paul

Brooks.
KATHY STROMBERG Leaves the honor of being Jamboree Queen

to any one of the up-coming beautiful Junior girls.
JACK TABER Leaves everythmg to everyone.

ANDREA TERRELL Leaves her ability to learn geometry to

Sandy Eckhof.
PAM THERIOT Leaves her place on the swimming team to any

junior who can fulfill the requirements.
LESLIE THOMPKINS Leaves his anthology and magazine to

Florence Alien.
BOBBIE VACHE Leaves her seat in shorthand to Beverly George.
SHARON KNATZ Wills her stapling job in the office to anyone

who wants it.

HELEN SPECTOR Leaves the place of "Wittiest" in the Hall
of Fame to Tita Clarke and Guy Jones, and her ability to
do so much to Ana Jacques.

ROBERT WALKER Leaves his English grades to Charles lobin.

HENRY WELLS Leaves his place in the Club House lunch line
to Sam Katz.

LEONARD WERTZ Leaves anything to anybody.

JACK WILLIAMS Leaves his athletes foot in the Halls of CHS
where he got it.

DEWEY WHITTAKER Leaves his "All-Zoman" honors to Jeff
Leon.

WALTER WOODRUFF Leaves his driving habits to Evelyn
Hawthorne.





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Carol Agee and Michael Metcalf

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Best Dressed





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JUNIORS






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Susan Corrigan
President



Colleen Lawson
Vice-President



CLASS OF '62



Cathy Lewis
Treasurer



John Everson
Secretary



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Jean Allan






Anne Baas



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Barbara Crimmell




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Charles Bath




Pat Clarke




Robert Chan





Beverly George




Stephen Franklin






Edward Green




Elizabeth Hanna




Verna Hildebrand






Derek Egger







Marcus French



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Charles Garcia




Donna Hardison




EdsaU Hilty




Andrew Garcia




Lennart Hakanson




Mary Ann Hardwick




Lillian HLrons



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Vicki Pettier




Charlene Graves




Kay Hamilton




Kathy Hemenway





Virginia Hirons





Sandra Husted





Roger Hutchinson





Pam Johnston



Mary Esther Jones



Howell Wynne



David Judson







Sam Katz



Jeanette Kirkland



Theresa Washabaugh



Clarice Lamis




David Larrison






Harvey Dee Leahman




Sonia Kandrin




Roben Willis





James Manning





Evelyn Messer





Edna Morales





Chris McCullough



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Betty Payne



Eugene Pugh



Roben Rankin





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Gordon Reif



Jeanne Van Der Heyden



John Wainio



Wilma Rodriguez




Philip Sanders




Laura Strongman






Wanda Scott


Rod Winborn


George Slaughter

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Sandra Woodruff



Jim WiUiford



Louis Davis, Earl Griggs, Robert Himes, Hilda Reifkohl, Aide Rigby,
Ray Scheidegg, Marie Wertz, Guy Jones, Tony Kucikas, Jeffrey Leon,
William Livingston, Brian Lutz.





FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Lenore Smith. Donna Smith, William Nelson, Bernice Hill, Joanne Jones.
SECOND ROW: Sheila Sanders, Billic Hollowell, Grace Craig, Miriam Ramirez, Bonnie Conklin,

Carmen Fernandez, Pat Kunkel, Josephine Borsellino, Diana Clarke, Carolyn Smith.
THIRD ROW: Stuart Bernstein, John Burns, Michael Klasovsky, William Huff, Robert Boseman,

Raymond Gomez, Wendell Taylor, Austin Gentry, George Patton, Zandra Zimmerman.



SOPHOMORES



FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Elaine Asbury, Fran Wilson, Donna Rose, Liuray Will, Diane Ramsey,

Margaret O'Brien.
SECOND ROW: Rita Geyer, Yvonne Lelaidier, Rene Owen, Carolyn Rowley, Sue Barfield, Patsy Lee,

Diane Roscoe, Harriet Hewitt.
THIRD ROW: Joe Bohnak, George Angle, Bill Redmond, Jack Holcomb. James Jackson, William

Will, Jack Brayton, Pierre Leignadier, Fred Newhard, Andy Nicolaisen, Albert Pilkerton, John

Frensley, Vince Canamas, Ted Davis.




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FIRST ROW: (L ta R) : Gary Knueppel, Norman Scheffner, Paul Brooks President, Kenneth Cooper,

Douglas Alberga, Michael Burza, John Lowe.
SECOND ROW: Cheryl Jackson, Evelyn Hawthorne. Sandra Parker, Celia Cronan, Nancy Drohan,

Clara Tobin, Beverly Dockery, Judith Stepp.
THIRD ROW: Kenneth Sanders, Gordon Sanders, Roy Hall. Harry Butcher, Dennis Hyatt, Carla

Meehan, Stacia Walsh, Carolyn Beckley, Pat Seaman.

CLASS OF '63



FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Joseph Wynne, Donald Stohrer, Franklin Brooks.

SECOND ROW: Patricia Daly, Helen George, Marcy Wood, Sharon Tully, Kathleen Clancy, Yvonne

Morales. Teresa Alderete. Jeanette Hannberg, Karen Sanders.
THIRD ROW: Suzanne Urey, Linette Dugas, Kathleen DeLapp, Tula Brown.
FOURTH ROW: Lewis French, Richard Pennington, Charles Vowel, Robert Hammond, Earl Sharrick,

Carl Maedl, Raymond Madison.




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FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Sandra Toreorici, Sandra Wciglc, Carol Hawthorne, Rebecca Fernindci.
Virginia Farris, Conchita Graves, Lesley Richmond.

SECOND ROW: Judy Merill, Susan Mathieson, Barbara O'Neil, Nina Chappell, Thomas Hickey,
James Ebdon, Charles Hutton, Reinaldo Barreras, Wardie Redmond, David Wilder, Bill Pollard.



FRESHMEN



FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Nicolas Brooks, Tod Campbell, Richard Roscoe, Charles Tapie.

SECOND ROW: Valerie Spivey, Lorraine Chan, Diane Kubit, Jean Hardwick, Stella Kucikas, Janet
Holverson, Laura Dorrow, Edith Stiebritz, Sandra Shore.

THIRD ROW: Ivan Klasovsky, Naomi Kuntz, Margarits Ortiz, Joan McGloin.

FOURTH ROW: Mr. Gibson Sponsor, Jeff Thompson, John Lasher, George Evans, Mike Brannick,
Louis McGoff, Kenneth Karpinski, Dennis TuUy. Henry Shirk.




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FIRST ROW: (L to R); Judy Palumbo, Lavina Messer.

SECOND ROW: Jackie Aldrich, Christine Bath, Albrta Wilder, Sally Metcalf, Vaudie Robinson,
Macel Washabaugh, Julia Shipley, Alice Lay.

THIRD ROW; Cookey Armstrong, Woody Smith, George De La Guardia, Tommy Heppenheimer,
Mickey McElhone, Keith McLeod, Richard Rankin, Mike Himes, William Brandt, Billy Achenson.

I-OURTH ROW: Bill De Salvo, Ewald Wiberg, Michelle Belanger, Jimmy Jones, John Sanders, John
Church, Robert Martin.

CLASS OF '64

FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Charlotte Bialkowski, Cathy Leahman, Lorraine Urey.

SECOND ROW: Nellie Patton, Carol La Croix, Elizabeth Lewis, Sandra Eckhoff, Connie Lasher,
Joan Schonert, Donna Wong, Nancy Hopkins, Nancy Mitchell.

THIRD ROW: Alex Heppenheimer, Victor Trevino, Alex Ramirez, Harry Murray, Billy White,
Harry Shields.

FOURTH ROW: Mike Walsh, George Kandrin, Authur Manikas, Ralph Bender, Ricardo Sanchez,
Frank Edgar.




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CLUBS



Student Association Cabinet




FRONT ROW: (L to R) : Tommy Heppenheimer, Patsy Lee, Margarita Ortiz,
Sandy Eckhoff, Ginny Favorite, Joarme Jones, and Wanda Scott.

SECOND ROW: David Judson Treasurer, Tom Billison President, Gary Irving
Secretary, John Wainio Vice-President, Rod Winborn, Dee Leahman, Alex
Steams, Mr. Pfau Sponsor.



The S. A. was organized for
the student body to create a
friendlier relationship among
students and to encourage par-
ticipation in school activities.
The Student Council, an im-
portant branch of the S.A., con-
sists of five officers and one
representative from each home-
room.



Athletic Council



The Athletic Council is made
up of Student Association's Alter-
nates. Their job is to take care
of the gates at all the CHS ath-
letic contests.




FRONT ROW: (L to R): Frank Borsellino, Wilma Rodriguez, Karen Sanders,
Alice Lay, Brenda Collins, Mr. Gregg Sponsor, Dee Leahman, Warren Mir-
quard, John Wainio, and Mike Rudge.



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CARIBE CLUB



The purpose of the Caribe
Club, or the Future Teachers
of America, is to promote a
better understanding of the
teaching profession. Members
are invited to join, depending
on their scholastic ability.



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FRONT ROW (L to R): Joanne Jones, Lesley Berger, Veronica Blennerhassett

SECOND ROW; Donna Rose, Elaine Asbury, Yvonne Lelaidier, Lynne Coffin, Frank
Brooks, Zandra Zimmerman, Joanne Tang.

THIRD ROW: Harriet Hewitt, Bernice Hill, Pam Johnston, Fran Wilson, Jean Van Der
Heyden, Elizabeth Limkemann.

FOURTH ROW: Douglas Alberga, John Everson, David Judson, Dee Leahman,
Joseph Coffin.



THE PINK GIRLS




The Pink Girls are a group
of girls from the Nurses Aid
that work at Coco Solo Hos-
pital during the summer. They
are placed in different wards
throughout the hospital and
are rotated through these wards
as the summer progresses.
Their work is completely vol-
untary and much knowledge
is gained of the nursing pro-
fession.



FRONT ROW (L. to R ): Valerie Spivey, Joan Schonert, Lorraine Chan, Conchita Graves,
Macel Washabaugh, Barbara Del Vechio, Alice Lay.

SECOND ROW: Dorreen Baas, Yvonne Lelaidier, Joanne Jones, Teresa Alderete, Mary
Esther Jones.



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY



The highest honor that Cristobal
High School can bestow upon a student
is election to membership in the Carib-
bean Chapter of the National Honor
Society. Qualifications for membership
are character, leadership, scholarship,
and service.




Tom Billison President, Gary Irving, Mike Metcalf, Giles Martin, Randy Coatc,
Lesley Berger Vice-President, Miss Anderson Sponsor, Carol Agee, and Andrea
Grebien.



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21' CLUB COURT




Queen Lesley Berger. Court: Sandy Weigle, Alberta Wilder, Sue Corrigan, Patsy
Lee, Rene Owen, Virginia Austin. Escorts; John Wainio, Jay Bialkowski, Gary
Irving, Alex Stearns, Tom Dugan, Douglas Alberga, and Paul Ebdon.



The "21" Club is composed of
twenty-one boys, each of whom
represents one of the Pan-Amer-
ican Republics. Each member
writes an essay about the country
he represents and the Cristobal-
Colon Rotary Club awards prizes
for the best essays.




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Members: Hilda Saborio, Diane Nolte, and Veronica Blennerhassett.



DRAMATICS CLUB



The Dramatics Club is open
to all high school students in-
terested in dramatics. This
club produces the plays that
are presented to the public,
and in this way the members
learn the different aspects of
drama. Mr. Rollins is the
sponsor of the club.




The above picture is a scene from the play "House Without >X'indows" that was pre-
sented by the Dramatics Club. Pictured above are Judy Palumbo and Zandra Zimmerman.



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C.T.S



Chi Theta Sigma, formerly
the "C" Club, is composed of
boys who have made their
letter in any one of the three
sports played in CHS: Foot-
ball, Baseball, and Track. The
club is sponsored by Coach
Ingram and Coach Paul Moser.




FIRST ROW (L. to R) ; Alex Stearns, Gary Irving, George Cotton.

SECOND ROW: Larry Wilder, Abel Borsellino, Raymond Scheidcgg, Tom Billison, Donald
Bonneau, Danny Smith, John Cronan.

THIRD ROW: John Wainio, Robert Morrissey, Dewey Whittaker, Mike Rudge, Warren
Marquard, David Larrison, Walter Woodruff.



NURSES' AIDE CLUB




The Nurses' Aide Club is
an open club for all high
school girls who are inter-
ested in a future career in
nursing. During the summer
the girls in this club work at
Coco Solo Hospital and pro-
gress in their knowledge of
nursing. The sponsor for this
club is Miss McLimans.



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FRONT ROW (L to R): Yvonne Morales, Alice Lay, Lorraine Chan, Donna Wong,
Barbara Del Vecchio. Diane Kubit, Lonnie Smith, Rene Owen.

SECOND ROW; Nancy Mitchell, Ejtelle Davison, Conchita Graves, Virginia Faris, Judy
Stepp, Kathleen De Lapp, Teresa Alderete, Macel Washabaugh. Mary Esther Jones,
Joanne Tang, Elizabeth Limkeman, Betsy Hewitt, Grace Craig, Carmen Fernandez,
Joan Schonert.

THIRD ROW: Rita Geyer, Yvonne Lelaidier, Doreen Baas, Joanne Jones, Nancy Hopkins,

Laura Dorow, Valerie Spivey, Cecilia Lelaidier, Andrea Terrell, Steffie Dryer.



Page 75



SWIMMING TEAM




The swimming team is an
active member of the athletic
groups of CHS. The sponsor
of the swimming team is
Coach Dedeaux.



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FRONT ROW (L. to R.) : Charlene Graves, Josqihine Borsellino, Nancy Hopkins.

SECOND ROW: Rod Winborn, George Slaughter, Helen Spector, Carol Seaman, Ginny
Favorite, Michel Rudge.

THIRD ROW: Conchita Graves, David Miller, Joseph Bonack.



The Girl's Athletic Associa-
tion is an exclusive sport club,
composed of only the girls
who are outstanding in sports.
To become a member, a girl
must participate 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. The sponsor of the
club is Mrs. Fanorosi.



G.A.A




FRONT ROW (L. to R.); Sharon McElhone, Ginny Favorite, Brenda Collins.

SECOND ROW: Beverly Brownlee, Elizabeth Hanna, Margaret O'Brien, Martha Wood,
Hilda Riefkohl, Sue Corrigan, Theresa Washabaugh, Evelyn Hawthorne, Mary Nell
Lee, Shirley Bonneau, Verna Hildebrand.

THIRD ROW: Jean Allen, Harriet Hewitt, Cathy Lewis, Mary Jane Husted, Carol Sea-
man, Pat Egger, Mariella Alcoriza, Bernice Hill, and Laura Strongman.



Page 76



LIBRARY ASSISTANTS



The Library Assistants do
innumerable jobs, such as
keeping library records, check-
ing and replacing books, and
helping students utilize library
facilities.




Estelle Davison, Lorraine Chin, Kathleen Clancy, Josephine Borsellino, Judy Palumbo,
Sheila Sanders, Carol Beckley, Yvonne Morales, Carmen Fernandez, Nancy Mitchell, Joan
Shoner, Vicki Pettier, Pat Kunkel, Conchita Graves, Virginia Ferris, Sandy Eckhoff,
and Miss Johnston Sponsor.



OFFICE GIRLS




RIGHT TO LEFT: Livia Lippincott, Katherine Kucikas, Hilda Saborio, Lesley Bcrger,
Judy Hallet, Molly Engelke, Sharon Cooper, Veronica Blennerhassett, Pat Egger, Diane
Nolte, Brenda Collins.



The Office Girls type sten-
cils, file, and do other helpful
jobs for academic credit.



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SPORTS










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JAMBOREE




QUEEN KATHY



Her Majesty Queen Kathy I is escorted by
Thomas Billison, Captain of the football team and
Dewey Whittaker, co-captain.




Page 79




Lesley Berger




Mary Nell Lee




CHEERLEADERS





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Shirley Bonneau



Beverly Brownlee



Sharon McElhone




Jean Allan




Verna Hildebrand






1960 FOOTBALL TEAM




FRONT ROW, left to right: George Cotton, Gary
Irving co-captain, Robert Rankin, Michael Met-
calf, Larry Wilder, Donald Stohrer, Richard Gar-
cia, John Lowe, Alex Ramirez, Bob Hauser, Earl
Griggs, John Everson, Bill Acheson, Wally
Woodruff.



SECOND ROW: George Slaughter, Robert Morrissey,
George Little, Perry Washabaugh, Jeffrey Leon,
Alex Stearns, Paul Brooks, George Evans, Kenneth
Karpinski, Nicky Brooks, John Church, Jay
Bialkowski, Frank Ender.



THIRD ROW: John Wainio, Dewey Whittacer, Allen
Messer, Rodney Winborn, Joe Coffin, Thomas
Billison captain, Charles Bath, Raymond Scheid-
egg, Donald Bonneau, Robert Blevins, Mike
Rudge, Joe Kandrin, Brian Lutz.




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Page 81



HOMECOMING






QUEEN SHIRLEY AND HER COURT



Queen Shirley 1 presided over the annual Homecoming
Dance of Cristobal High school, which was held at the
Breakers Club. The ballroom of the Breakers Club
was decorated in the form of a football field. The goal
post behind the throne was wrapped in blue and gold
and on it hung a large football with the lettering "Queen
Shirley."

The Queen and her coun were announced by Michael
Rudge in the following order:

Princess Mary Nell Lee, Princess of the Daisies and
Daughter of the Morning Mist, wearing an elegant French
blue gown. She was escorted by Tom Billison, Knight
of the Golden Armor, Chief of the Leftouts and Killer
of the Bulldogs.

Princess Brenda Collins, Princess of the Orchid and
Daughter of the Noonday Sun, Keeper of the Topaz,
wearing a sunburst yellow gown. She was escorted by
Gary Irving, Lord of the Red and White Peasants, Chief



of the Cleaner of Uniforms, King of the Halves.

Princess Lesley Berger, Princess of the Lillies, Keeper
of the Emeralds, and Daughter of the Evening, wearing
a beautiful ice-blue evening gown. She was esconed by
Dewey Whittaker, Chief of the Swinging Gate, and
Master of the Bucketheads.

Princess Sharon McElhone, Princess of the Roses and
Daughter of the Sunrise, wearing a golden Sapphire
gown. She was escorted by Bob Morrissey, Killer of
the Defense and Master of the Tackles.

Lady Tracy Cotton, Keeper of the Dewdrops, Daughter
of the Moon, escorted by Squire Roy Bonneau, Prince
of the Football Team, Keeper of the Queen's Crown.

Queen Shirley I, Owner of the Flowers, Daughter of
the Jewels, Lady of the Night, Ruler of Cristobal High
School, wearing a shimmering white gown, and escorted
by George Cotton, King of the Blue and Gold Tigers,
and Master of the Uprights, Lord and Protector.



Crown Bearer Roy Bonneau




Flower Girl Tracy Cotton



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Brenda Collins and
Gary Irving








Sharon McElhone and
Robert Morrisey



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Mary Nell Lcc and
Thomas Billison



Page 83



TOM BILLISON




TRIBUTE TO A FIGHTING TIGER



Tom Billison is without a doubt one of the hardest working and serious-minded
young men ever to walk the halls of Cristobal High School. By his very own namre
and personality, Tom has proved to be a very able leader and a person that all of us respea.
He has been outstanding on the football team; hard work and his desire to excel have
made it possible for him to earn these honors.

His election as "Co-Captain" of the I960 Tiger football squad was an honor in itself.
Tom was also eleaed as a Co-Captain for the Palm Bowl Football Squad.

One more honor was bestowed upon Tom at the end of the season: "Most Valuable
Player" on the I960 Tiger Football Team.

These honors could not have gone to a more deserving Tiger. Congratulations,
Tom, for the very able leadership and loyalty that you have given all of us here at
Qistobal High School.



Page 84



CHS BASEBALL TEAM




FRONT ROW, left to right: Roben Morrissey Manager, Warren Marquard, John
Church, Richard Garcia, John Lowe, Mickey McElhone, Larry Wilder.

SECOND ROW: John Knueppel, Kenny Cooper, George Conon, Vincent Canamas,
John Wainio, Charles Bath, Brian Lutz, Jeffrey Leon, Coach Ingram.



TRACK TEAM






FRONT ROW, left to right: Tom Billison, Jeffrey Leon, Brian Lutz.

SECOND ROW: Woody Smith, Wally Woodruff, John Lowe, Perry Washabaugh, Donald
Stohrer, Charles Bath, George Kandrin, Danny Smith, George Patton, Alex Stearns.

THIRD ROW: Lesley Tompkins, Richard Gentry, Earl Griggs, John Wainio, Joe McGoff,
Pat Dockery, Richie Garcia, Gary Irving, Babe Marquard.



Page 85



VARSITY BASKETBALL




FRONT ROW, left to right: Warren Marquard, John Lowe, Walter Kleefkins,
John Cronan, Gary Irving.

SECOND ROW: Lennart Hakanson, Rod Winborn, John Wainio, Charles Bath,
Joseph McGoff.



JUNIOR VARSITY




FRONT ROW, left to right: Robert Hauser, David Wilder, Louis McGoff, Joe
Lawrence.

SECOND ROW: Jim Williford, Paul Brooks, Jeffrey Leon, Nicky Brooks, Richard
Gentry.



Page 86



GIRLS' BASKETBALL




"A" LEAGUE

FIRST ROW (L to R): Ginny Favorite, Sharon McElhone

Captain, Sandy Eckhoff.
SECOND ROW: Brenda Collins, Theresa Washabaugh, Jean

Allan, Mariela Alcoriza, Mary Jane Husted.








"B" LEAGUE

FIRST ROW (L to R): Beverly Brownlee Captain, Sue Cor-
rigan, Martha Wood, Elizabeth Hanna, Sandra Husted,
Evelyn Hawthorne.

SECOND ROW: Elaine Asbury, Harriet Hewitt, Cathy Lewis,
Patsy Lee.



Page 87



VOLLEYBALL




"A" LEAGUE

FIRST ROW: (L to R) : Brenda Collins Captain, Judy Hallet, Ginny Favorite,

Hilda Reifkohl, Mary Nell Lee, Sharon McElhone.
SECOND ROW: Bern.ce Hill, Theresa Washabaugh, Miriela Alcoriza, Becky McLeod,

Mary Jane Husted, Jean Allan, Carol Seaman, and Pat Egger Manager.




"B" LEAGUE

FIRST ROW: (L to R): Sue Corrigan Captain, Beverly Brownlee, Margaret
O'Brien, Elizabeth Hanna, Josephine Borsellino, Sandra Husted.

SECOND ROW: Bernice Hill, Martha Wood, Sandra Weigle, Cathy Lewis, Celia
Cronan, Evelyn Hawthorne, Elaine Asbury, and Pat Egger Manager.



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ROTC THE BATTALION STAFF




Left to right: Giles Martin, Tom Billison, Randy Coate, Mary Alice Engelke, Paul Ebdon.



COLOR GUARD




Left to right: Will Will, Tony Kucikas, Richard Gentry, Stanley Leon.



Page 92



DRILL TEAM




The Cristobal High School R.O.T.C. Drill Team, led by Captain Jay French,
performing Field Night. The Drill Team Sponsor is Verna Hudebrand.



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Guidon Bearer James Jackson. Not visible is
Company Sponsor Virginia Favorite.

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Page 94



1960-61
CARIBBEAN STAFF



Veronica Blennerhassett. ------ Editor

Hilda Saborio ------- Assistant Editor

Dewey Whittaker ------ Business Manager

Veronica Blennerhassett - Asst. Business Manager

Walter Woodruff - - - Photographer

Pat Egger -------- Asst. Photographer

Mr. Louis Fattorosi -------- Advisor

Mr. Bernard Mazzoni ----- Advertising Sponsor

Beverly Brownlee Judy Hallett

Diane Nolte Mary Nell Lee

Barbara Erikson Dorothy Frost

Mary Jane Husted Shirley Bonneau

Rebecca Slowick Elizabeth McLaren
Helen Spector

Other Photographs by:

Mr. Corbitt - Hall of Fame

Mr. Finlayson ------- Juniors and Seniors



Page 95



COMPLIMENTS OF

RADIO CENTER S.A.



COMPLIMENTS OF

ITALIAN LINE

CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE



COLON TRAVEL
AGENCY

Front St. Between 6th and 7th
Tel. 1023-1194 Colon



BEST WISHES FROM THE

PANAMA CANAL
YACHT CLUB



CRISTOBAL



CANAL ZONE



BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1961

COCO SOLO
BEAUTY SALON



Compliments of

KODAK

PANAMA a COLON



Compliments of

JOHN SURANY

llth and Front St.
Colon, Panama



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF MARGARITA

CONGRATULATES

THE GRADUATING CLASS OF

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL

1961

"May tfie Lord bless you in

your future endeavors."



Page 96



MUEBLERIA
INGLESA



SOLID MAHOGANY



FURNITURE



COLON



L. SANCHEZ, PROPRIETOR



COMPLIMENTS OF



MARGARITA



FLORIST



COMPLIMENTS OF



INTERNATIONAL
TAGAROPOLUS,



SJi.



SHIP CHANDLERS

COLON FREE ZONE



TEL. 1315



P. O. BOX 277



AMERICAN LEGION



CLUB



POST NO. 2



FRANCE FIELD, CANAL ZONE



Page 97





Dreamy eyes




Faked you out!



The gang's all here.




This wasn't in the script!



Bet you miss.



Page 98



COMPLIMENTS OF



C. FERNIE & CO.



BEST WISHES TO THE



CLASS OF '61



TERMINALES PANAMA. S.A.



COLON PANAMA

TELEPHONE 1800 BOX 462



Page 99




Oh, Girls, really!



Is it heel or is it toe?





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A ton of tomatoes!



Page 100



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE

GRADUATES OF

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL

PAN AMERICAN WORLD

AIRWAYS

THE AIRLINE WITH THE

PRICELESS EXTRA

EXPERIENCE



WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF



ROYAL NETHERLANDS



STEAM COMPANY



CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE



Page 101




Don't drop her boys!





Oh, Goodie!




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What's the password?




Jump





Oh, Boys!



It's not that bad, Hilda.




You don't say!



Page 102



COMPLIMENTS OF

FRANK SCOTT

CLASS OF '^l"



COMPLIMENTS OF

PANAMA AGENCIES CO.

CRISTOBAL PANAMA BALBOA



COMPLIMENTS OF

THE MARGARITA
UNION CHURCH



C. CASULLO AND CIA.
LTDA.

JEWELRY

Front Street 45

P.O. Box 286 Telephone 848

COLON REP. OF PANAMA



BEST WISHES FROM

MUEBLERIA
"LA UNICA"



COMPLIMENTS OF

SMOOTH AND
HUNNICUTT, S.A.

Chevrolet Buick Opel
Oldsmobile



COMPLIMENTS OF

R. FORTE



COMPLIMENTS OF

MAVIS BEAUTY SHOP



Page 103




It's about time someone
took my picture!



What are you up to now?



Paee 104



COMPLIMENTS OF



BOYD BROTHERS



STEAMSHIP AGENCIES LTD.



COMPLIMENTS OF



GIL MORLAND



Page 105





Which one's the dummy?




Stop or 111 shoot!



Having Fun?




Don't just do something, stand there!





One dark night .




Why don't you try running



Peek A Boo




She's not that heavy . ?



Page 106



Compliments of



THE BREAKERS' CLUB



COCO SOLO

GOLF AND DRIVING

RANGE



COMPLIMENTS OF

ALMACEN FONG

9th Street and Bolivr
COLON, REP. OF PANAMA



COMPLIMENTS OF

THE FRENCH BAZAAR

COLON





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MADURITOS

Friendliest Store in Colon

Ladies and Misses and Children's Apparel

GIFTS

Front Street



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COMPLIMENTS OF

COCO SOLO
SNACK BAR

RUTH BELCHER, Manager



Page 107






Close your mouth Gary, next fly's mine.



Frosty 's sidekicks.



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Who're you lookin at.'





What-cha doing?



Life of Riley.



Tee, Hee, Giggle, Giggle.




Clickety, clickety, dick, click!
Page 108




Practice makes perfect?




Sleepy time guys.



CONGRATULATIONS



AND OUR BEST WISHES



FOR FINE FUTURES



BRANIFF
INTERNATIONAL



AIRWAYS



COMPLIMENTS OF



FINLAYSON



STUDIO



WILFORD &



McKAY, INC.



STEAMSHIP AGENTS



AND BROKERS



CANAL ZONE



COMPLIMENTS OF



E. O. HAUKE



Page 109



BOOSTERS



J. C. Agee

Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Aldrich

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Ames

C. S. Asbury

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Atkins

Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Austin

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baldwin

Philli Barret

Mr. and Mrs. Bartram

Thora M. Baublits

Mr. F. W. Beall

Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Bedwell

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Behere

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belzer

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Belzer

Mrs. E. H. Bensen

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bialkowski

Earl F. Bienz

Mr. L. Billison

Andrew Bleakley

Mr. and Mrs. George Bonineiz

Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Bonanno

Mr. and Mrs. Brayton

Kathleene Brede

R. L. Brians

Elvira Brooks

Mr. and Mrs. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bundakin

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bush

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Butcher

Capt. Cabezas

Mr. and Mrs. Cain

Inez Carmona

R. C. Casanova

L. V. Casella

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chambus

Mr. and Mrs. John Charters

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Christiansen

Lt. G. B. Christy

Lt. and Mrs. John Church

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Clancy

Mr. and Mrs. Caleb C. Clement

Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Clopton

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clute

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Compton

Mrs. R. E. Conant

Robert E. Conley



Marie K. Consigan

Marie Corrigan

Mr. and Mrs. Cotton

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Damiani

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Danielson

Mr. and Mrs. DeLapp

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Dewermeyer

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dinkgrave

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dockery

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Dugan

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Dugas

Mr. and Mrs. Duncan

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ebdon

Mr. and Mrs. George Edinton

Mr. George H. Egger, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Egger

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elliot

Mr. and Mrs. B. L Everson

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Farrell

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Favorite, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Fetler

Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Field

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Flora

Lanky Flores

Mr. and Mrs. Folsom

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Forsell

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Forsythe

Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Fortner

Dr. and Mrs. Willard French

Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Franklin

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Goguen

Mr. E. Gane

John J. Gallagher

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geddes

Mr. and Mrs. Curtin George

Donovan L Geyer

Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. Gien

Mr. and Mrs. Gloss

M/Sgt. Ramon Gomez

Carmen Gonzales

Mrs. Gonzales

SFC Vincente Gonzales

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Green

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greene

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gregg

Marion Gregg



Page 110



BOOSTERS



Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hahan

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hagan

Mr. and Mrs. Rayan Hall

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hallett

Stanley M. Hamilton

Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hammetter

Philip Hadarits

Mr. and Mrs. Racy Hart

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Helmericks

Mr. and Mrs. H. Heppenheimer

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hewitt

Neil and Jim Hickman

Mable Hilton

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hinins

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Holscomb

Mr. and Mrs. Luis Hooper

J. H. Housley

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hudson

Mrs. R. M. Hull

B. D. Humphrey

Daney and Terry Ingram

Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Irwin

A. A. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Jenkins

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Jorstad

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kennedy

Lt. and Mrs. E. L. Kilborn

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. King

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunkel

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kuntz

Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Lenin

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lone

Mr. and Mrs. McDonald

Mrs. Factor McGarry

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLaughlin

Mrs. C. F. Maedl

Mr. Bernard Mazzoni

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Marquard

Mr. and Mrs, R. Mars

Mrs. Marsh

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Martin

Brenda Murray

Mr. and Mrs. O'Daniel

Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palumbon

Mr. Ed. "Murphy" Parker



Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Paulson

Mr. and Mrs. "Eixie" Pender

D. G. Peters

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pfaur

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ramcy

Mr. and Mrs. R. Redman

Judy Redmond

Mrs. W. Z. Reinheimer

Roy H, Rice

CMO and Mrs. R. V. Richards

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ridse

Capt. and Mrs. Rawe, Jr.

F. J. Russell

Alvaro Saborio

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Sanders

Mrs. F. W. Sapp

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shore

Evelyn S. Slanics

Evelyn Slowick

Mrs. D. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith

Robert W. Smith

Rags Sparling

Mrs. Stanford

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stephenson

D. P. Strictland

Mrs. Strictland

Mr. and Mrs. Andre Stokner

R. B. M. Stroop

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Swishers

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Thompson

Capt. and Mrs. C. 0. Forstenson

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Turner

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Urey

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Vache

Barton and Noota Van Hoose

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vowell

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walsh

Merrill Webster

Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Whitney

Arthur J. Wilder

Margaret Will

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Willoughby

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wood

Mr. Woodruff

Ralph L. Word



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KANSAS CITY 6. MISSOURI
TDRONTa 1, ONTARIO



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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
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Dedication
        Page 4
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    Faculty
        Page 6
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        Page 11
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    In memoriam
        Page 13
    Seniors
        Page 14
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    Juniors
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Hall of Fame ------------ -----..........-------- 45
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DEDICATION





For his sincere loyalty in serving CHS for the last twenty-two
years, the students of Cristobal High School dedicate the
1961 Caribbean to Mr. Noel Gibson. His timely efforts in
helping the students are such that they deserve to be rewarded,
even in this small way.
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Principal
A.B., Findlay College
M.A., University of Michigan


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Mr. Carl E. Maedl
B.A., Moosehead Teachers College
M.A., Columbia University
Guidance Director
Boys' Counselor


Mrs. Josephine McDonnell
Episcopal Hospital
School Nurse


FACULTY


Mrs. Marion Taylor
Secretary


Miss Adamary Anderson
B.A., Florida State College for Women
M.A., University of Michigan
American Institutions
U. S. History
Honor Society Sponsor
Girls' Counselor Mr. Richard W. Bock
B.A., University of North Dakota
M.Ed., University of Houston
Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry
Plane and Solid Geometry
Sophomore Class Sponsor


Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi
B.A., Southeastern Louisiana College
M.A., Mississippi Southern College
Physical Education
Cheerleader Sponsor
G.A.A. Sponsor


Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi
B.A., Rutgers University
M.Ed., Rutgers University
English
Journalism
Quill and Scroll Sponsor


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Mrs. Veva Folsom
A.B., Nebraska State College
M.A., Colorado State College
Business Education
S. A. Treasurer
Typing and Shorthand
Modern Business


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Mrs. Anne Gegg
B.A., Cornell University
M.S., Cornell University
Latin, French, Spanish
Junior Class Sponsor


Mr. Noel Gibson
B.S., Bradley University
Mechanical Drawing
Metal Shop
Rifle Club Sponsor


Mr. Eugene Gregg
A.A., Canal Zone Junior College
B.A., Colorado State College
M.A., University of Colorado
Social Studies
Modern World History
Athletic Council Sponsor


Mr. David Ingram
B.S., East Texas State College
M.Ed., East Texas State College
Health
Physical Education


Miss Helen Johnston
B.A., Pacific University
M.A., Pacific University
M.L., University of Washington
Librarian
Library Training


Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad
B.A., Concordia Conservatory of Music
B.M., Concordia Conservatory of Music
M.A., University of Michigan
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


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B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College
English


Mr. Bernard Mazzoni
M.Ed., Pennsylvania State University
Algebra
Mathematics
Journalism Ads Sponsor


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B.A., Furman University
M.A., University of South Carolina
Sponsor, Freshman Class
English, Spanish









Mr. Robert McCullough
B.S., St. Cloud State College
M.A., Colorado State College
Social Studies
Early World History



Miss Sophie McLimans
B.S., University of Wyoming
Household Arts
Nurses' Aides Sponsor




Mr. Paul Moser
B.S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College
Physical Education
Health
C.T.S. Sponsor



Mr. James D. Norman
B.S., Michigan State University
M.S., Oregon State College
Biology
General Mathematics


Mr. Luke Palumbo
B.S., Northwest Missouri State College
General Science
Jr. High S. A. Sponsor


Mr. James H. Pfau
B.S., Valley City State Teachers College
M.A., University of Minnesota
Chemistry
Physics
S. A. Sponsor


Mr. Charles T. Reeves
B.A., Arizona State University
B.S., Arizona State University
M.A., Arizona State University
Woodwork, General Shop, Mathematics
Drivers' Training



Mr. James Rice
B.F.A., University of Texas
M.Ed., Howard Payne College
Art, English


Mrs. Stella Riefkohl
B.A., New York University
M.A., Columbia University
Spanish


Mr. James Rollins
B.S., University of Arkansas
M.A., University of Arkansas
General Science, Mathematics
Social Studies
Sponsor, Dramatics Club and Thespians


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B.A., Illinois State Normal University
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Mrs. Dorothy Smith
A.B., Ohio Northern University
English 11 and 12
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B.S., East Carolina College
Mathematics 7 and 8
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Mr. James Stearns
B.S., University of Florida
M.A., University of Florida
Spanish
"21" Club Sponsor


Sgt. Thomas Metcalf
Military 1
Drill Team Advisor
Company "F" Advisor


Mrs. Harriet Young
B.S., Central Missouri State College,
Northwestern University
M.A., Louisiana State University
English 9 and 12
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Capt. Frank Currier
University of Richmond
Officers Advance Course,
The Infantry School


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IN MEMORIAL


Class of 1960
Died October 15, 1960



Doris was a warm-hearted, cheerful girl who had many friends. All
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GEORGE HEIM COTTON
"Bulldog"
April 22, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I am a man, and whatever concerns hu-
manity is of concern to me."
"C" Club 2,3,4; Class Assemblies 3,4; Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2;
Soccer 1,2,3; Sophomore Class President;'
Senior Class president;. Boys' State, Lt.
Governor 3; CZ. All Stars 1957-1958;
VFW Palm Bowl All Stars, 1959-1960;
R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; Company Commander 4;
Color Guard 3.


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Carol Martha Agee
March 30, 1944
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
"Her talent and brain will bring her great:
gain."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Torris Zone Wizards
1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1,4; Basketball 1,3;
Caribe Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society
3,4; Volleyball 3; Softball 3; Class Assemblies
4; Band 1,2,3,4. Outstanding Student 2.


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Edna Earle Baker
"Kiwi"
September 23, 1943
Augusta, Georgia
"Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced
by variety."
Lampasas High School, Lampasas, Texas -
Future Homemakers of America 1; Leilehua
High School, Wahiawa, Oahu, Hawaiian Is-
lands.












Catherine Julianne Bantin
"Julie"
August 30, 1943
Opelousas, Louisiana
"The best part of beauty is that which
no picture can express."
Basketball Intramurals 4; Lampasas High
School, Lampasas, Texas Future Homemak-
ers of America 1,2,3; Wiesbaden High School,
Wiesbaden, Germany.


Patricia H. Baron
"Pat"
March 17, 1943
Shelby, Montana
"Little said, much accomplished."
Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Girls' State 3; Band
1,2,3,4; S.A. Representative 2. Barstow Un-
ion High School; Cristobal High School Na-
tional Honor Society.


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S "Lesley Anne Berger
""Les"
August 20, 1943
Roxbury, Massachusetts
S"Her smile's from within,
S.Many friends doth she win!"
g FTA 2,3,4, President 4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Thespians 3,4,
Treasurer 3, President 4; Plays: Loud Red
S' Patrick, Inside Lester, Room Full of Roses.
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3;
National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President
4; Freshmen All Stars. Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1,2; Basketball 1; Softball 1,2. Tennis
3; Class Assemblies 1,3,4; Cheerleading 3,4;
Homecoming Court; Girls' State 3; Girls' Na-
tion 3; S.A. Representative 2,3.














Joseph Augustine Bialkowski
"Jay"
September 24, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Variety is the very spice of life
That gives it all its form."
'."21" Club 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3;
Intramurals: Soccer, Basketball, Track 1;
Freshman Class Vice-President; Band 1,2.














Thomas Jeffery Billison
"Tom"
June 14, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
I "A not-so-quiet guy with no enemies."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4, Vice-President; "C"
Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Presi-
dent 4; "21" Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4
h -(Lettered 3,4); All Stars, 3,4; All-Interscho-
lastic team Co-Captain 4; Track 2,3,4 (Let-
tered 3,4); Swimming 2,3,4 (Lettered 3);
S.A. Representative 1,3; S.A. President 4.
R.O.T.C. Cadet Lt. Colonel; Battalion Com-
mander, Outstanding Cadet Medal MI & Mll;
Outstanding Cadet Officer MIII; Several
medals for high grade on final exam.


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Veronica Blennerhassett
"Winky"
August 21, 1943
Kingston, Jamaica
"Friendship in her smile and talent in her
toes."
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer
4; Dramatics Club 2; Class Assemblies 3,4,
(Manager 3); Roosevelt Assembly 3; Cam-
paign Assembly 3; Vice-President of the
Junior class; S.A. Alternate 2; S.A. Represen-
tative I; Chairman of the Dinner Commit-
tees, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Caribbean Editor 4; Trade-
wind Staff 4; Caribbean Assistant Business
Manager 4. Intramurals: Basketball 2,3; Soft-
ball 2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; National Honor
Society.


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Donald Wilson Bonneau
"Bouidini"
October 16, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He thinks much, but says little in pro-
portion to his thoughts."
Football 1,2,3,4; Letterman 2,3,4; Track 2,4;
All Stars 4. Basketball and Soccer Intramur-
als 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 2,3,4; Highest Shooter
2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3.











Shirley Anne Bonneau
"Shirl"
September 15, 1941
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Smiling lips, twinkling eyes, and a
beauty that never dies."
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Basketball, Volleyball, and Soft-
ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4. S.A. Representative
1,2; S. A. Alternate 3; Homecoming Queen
4; Cheerleading 2,3,4.


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Rodman Frank Brayron
"Rod"
May 21, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama

S"Thinking, not growth, makes manhood."
Soccer 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. Drill Team MI; 2nd J
Lieutenant MIL.

















Beverly Marcia Brownlee
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October 16, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone
"Beverly's merry, laughing, carefree ways
Shall remind us of our high school days."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses'
Aide 1; FTA 1,2,3,4; Captain of Basketball

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Harry Flanric Butz, Jr.
"Rickey"
February 18, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"His hopes are high as his legs are long."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4. Thespians 3,4; Plays:
Whole Town is Talking, House Without Win-
dows. Chorus 1,2,3,4; Christmas Festival
A 1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4.


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"Lynne"
November 20, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Actions speak louder than words."
Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses' Aid Club 1,2,3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team 2,3.













Brenda Alicia Collins
April 8, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. de Panama
"She is friendly, kind, and true,
Always ready to laugh with you."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses'
Aide 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,-
4; Softball 1,2; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4;
Basketball All Stars 1,2,3,4; Softball All Stars
1,2;.Tennis 3,4; Swimming 1,2; Gymnastics
4; S.A. Alternate 4; Girls' State.


Curtis Randall Coate
"Randy"
April 24, 1943
Columbus, Ohio
"True value lies in the mind,
the never yielding purpose."
Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club
1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor So-
ciety 4; Jr. Rifle Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Or-
chestra 1. ROTC: 2nd Place Annual M-1
Exam; Drill Team 1; Battalion S-3; Major 4.


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Sharon Lynn Cooper
"Goobie"
September 11, 1943
Fort Worth, Texas
"A captivating blond with a weakness
for laughter."
Dramatics Club 2; Nurses' Aid 2; Intramur-
als 4; Vocal 1,2; Girls' State 3.


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Larry J. Corrigan
June 7, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Whatever is worth doing at all is
worth doing well."
Balboa High School 1; Football 1; Basketball
I; Waterpolo 1; R.O.T.C. Efficiency Ribbon;
Marksman Medal; S.A. Ribbon.


John Cronan
"Pumpsie"
December 12, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Of plain, sound sense life's current
coin is made."
"C" Club; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 3;
Soccer 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. 2nd Lieutenant.


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Patrick Henry Dockery
"Doc"
August 1, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Joking and laughing all the day long;
To him life is just a sweet, merry song."
Track 3,4; Class Assembly 4.













Stephanie Marie Dreyer
"Steffie"
September 11, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Conscientious and dependable,
a classmate indispensable."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Nurses' Aid 1,2,3,4.













Paul Frederick Ebdon
"Pace"
June 21, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"The world was taken in a stride;
Nor turned he back for time or tide."
"21" Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2; Rifle Club 1,2; Band
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4. R.O.T.C.: Best shot
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Patricia Egger
"Pat"
April 15, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Always there to lend a hand,
When the situation may demand."
G.A.A. 3; Volleyball All Stars 3; Basketball
All Stars 4; Softball All Stars 3. Intramurals:
Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4. Girls' State 3; "Americanism" at
Girls' State; Chairman of Dance Committee
2,3; Freshman All Stars 1.


Mary Alice Englke
"Molly"
November 12, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"A home-loving gal with lots of pep."
Volleyball All Stars 1; Volleyball Intramar-
als 1,2,3; Glee Club 1; Christmas Festival 1;
Spring Festival 1. Class Offices: Secretary 2.
Athletic Council 3; Assistant Treasurer of
S.A.. "21" Club Queen 2; Cheerleading 1,2,-
3,4 (Captain 3); Drill Team Sponsor 3, Bat-
talion Sponsor 4.


Barbara Jean Erikson
"Barb"
January 18, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Never trouble trouble, till trouble
troubles you then laugh."
S.A. Representative 2; Tradewind Staff 4.


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Virginia Lynn Favorite
"Ginny"
November 19, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Oh! you flavor everything;
You are the vanilla of society."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4. Intramurals: Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,4. Volleyball All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball All Stars 1,2,3,4;
Softball All Stars 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4;
Outstanding Swimmer 1960; Tennis 3,4;
Gymnastics; Manager of Freshman All Stars;
S.A. Representative 1,2,4; Athletic Council
3; Top Ten All Stars 1,2; R.O.T.C. Sponsor,
Company F.


Willard Jay French
"Jay"
May 11, 1943
San Diego, California
"Whoever invented work should have
finished it."
Rifle Club 1,2,3; Soccer 3; LO.T.C. Drill
Team Commander 4.


Helen Marie Fogle
"Mouse"
October 22, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"To be 1 friend is her way."
Volleyball Intrammurals 2; Bowling 2,3.


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Andrea Manuela Grebien
"Andy"
October 6, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"More to her than gold or grain
is the cunning hand and the
cultured brain."
Nurses' Aide Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Caribe
Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Historian 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Band 2; Girls' State 3; Honor Society 4.


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Judith Dorothea Hakanson
"Judy"
January 12, 1942
Brooklyn, New York
"A winsom smile and laughing
green eyes
Makes this girl above the others
rise."
Dramatics Club 1,2; Glee Club 3.


Barbara Marie Hall
"Babs"
October 25, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"I'd rather be remembered by a
song
Than by a victory."
Volleyball. Softball and Basketball Intra-
murals 1,2,3,4; Glee Club.


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Judith Ann Hallett
"Judy"
September 28, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"A gay little lass with a per-
sonality all her own."
Dramatics Club 2. Intramurals: Basketball
1; Softball 1; Volleyball 1,3,4. Volleyball All
Stars 1; Orchestra 1,2; Tradewind staff.














Hebe Diana Hearn
"Texas"
February 9, 1944
Washington, D.C.
"The study of mankind is man."
Torrid Zone Wizards 4; Rifle Club 4; Chorus
3. Highland Park High School, Dallas, Texas:
Hi-Lite Club; Student Association; Highland
Chorus 2,3.


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Elizabeth L. Hewitt
"Betsy"
November 3, 1943
Omaha, Nebraska
"Quietness and diligence
Pervade her gentle spirit."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1.2,3,4;
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Volley-
ball, Basketball Intramurals; Girls' State 3.


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"Wolfe"
January 16, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Strong, silent type with a big grin."
Rifle Team 2,3; Swimming 2.


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"Janie"
August 25, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Sincere and always kind,
A nicer *girl is hard to find."
G.A.A. 3; Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity
Volleyball 2,3; Freshman Softball All Stars,
Captain. Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4. Glee Club
1. Balboa High School Glee Club.







Gary Wade Irving
"Nose"
March 31, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A quick brain, a quick tongue, and
flying feet."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2; National
Honor Society 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,-
3,4; "21" Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Rifle
Club 1,2; Football All Stars 1,2,3,4 (Lettered
3,4); Track 1,2,3,4 (Lettered 1,2,3,4); Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; Soccer Intramurals
1,2,3; Orchestra 2; Chorus 4; S.A. Secretary
4; Most Valuable Trackman 3; All Zone Foot-
ball; "21" Club Essay Prize (Ist Place) 3.


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James Alexander Stearns
"Alex"
July 9, 1943
Cayey, Puerto Rico
"An all-round guy with a smile for all."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C' Club 2,3,4; "21"
Club Secretary-Treasurer 3,4; "C" Club
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Class Assembly 3;
Football 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Baseball 2;
Lettered in Football 3,4; Track 3,4; President
of Junior Class 3; S.A. Representative 1,4;
Boys' State 3; Palm Bowl All Stars 1960; "21"
Club Assembly 2,3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; Guidon
Bearer 3.


Hazel Alice Kirkland
May 4, 1942
Ancon, Canal Zone
"From the top of her head to the tip
of her toes,
The impression of neatness and loveliness
grows."
Orchestra 1,2.


Walter Herman Kleefkens
"Walt"
April 19, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"There is nothing insignificant -
nothing."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Basketball3,4; Track
1,2; Baseball 3; Basketball All Stars 1,2;
R.O.T.C 2,3.


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Sharon Lee Knatz
"Sherry"
October 5, 1942
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
"Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye."
Junior Club and Nurses' Aid Club, Custer
High School. Tradewind Staff 4.
















Katherine Gladys Kucikas
"Kathy"
February 13, 1943
Panama City, Rep. of Panama
"The female of the species is more
deadly than the male."
Caribe Club 2.














Michael James La Croix
"Mike"
March 6, 1942
Chicago, Illinois
"Happy and free as the breeze,
His heart and mind are at ease."
Soccer Intramurals 3,4; Band 1,2. Miami
Military Academy: Bugler, Horse-Back Drill
Team, Master Sgt.; Basketball, Baseball,
Weight Lifting. Latin American and North
American Dance Band.


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"Tim"
January 13, 1944
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"One who has both feet planted firmly
in the air."
Susquehanna Twp. High School: Baseball 1,2;
Wrestling 2; Choir 2.












Mary Nell Lee
"Dixie"
April 14, 1943
Heflin, Alabama
"The thoughts behind that pixie face
Are like none other in the human race."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,-
3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2. Basket-
ball All Stars 2,3; Volleyball All Stars 2,3,4;
Softball All Stars 1,2; S.A. Representative 2;
Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming Court; Girls'
State 3.












Cecilia Sylvia Lelaidier
"Ceci"
July 12, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Silence gives the proper grace
to women."
Nurses' Aid Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2;
Glee Club 1,2,4; Girls' State 3.


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Elizabeth Ann Limkemann
"Betty"
July 2, 1944
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
"A classmate everyone admires:
Her quest for knowledge never tires."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Nurses' Aid Club 2,-
3,4, Historian 2, President 3; Caribe Club
2,3,4, Secretary 3; National Honor Society
3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Girls' State
3; Outstanding Student II.


Livia D. Lippincott
"Pee Wee"
May 21, 1942
Springfield, Massachusetts
"Small in stature, but full of pep
and life."
Caribe Club 2,3,4; Nurses' Aid Club 1,2,3,4;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3. Intra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3;
Softball 2. Girls' State 3.


Andrea Faye Terrell
"Andy"
March 6, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"She has a future full of treasures."
Nurses' Aid 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Volleyball,
Basketball, and Softball Intramurals 1,2; Girls'
State.


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Thomas Dugan
"Tom"
October 31, 1943
Sandborn, Indiana
"Somebody has to take it easy, so it
might as well be me."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; "C" Club 1,2,3,4; Rifle
Club 1; "21" Club Assembly; Swimming
1,2,3; Outstanding Swimmer Award; "21"
Club Essay, 3rd prize. R.O.T.C.: Rifle team
ribbon; Best cadet six-week period ribbon;
Rifle Team medal; Best shot, MI; Best Cadet
Medal; 2nd highest daily average medal; Ex-
pert rifleman badge.


Warren D. Marquard
"Babe"
May 14, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone
"Suppress me, if you can."
"C" Club; Torrid Zone Wizards; Class As-
sembly 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 3,4; Track
2,3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; S.A. Alternate 2,4.
















Giles L. Martin
February 17, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, Canal Zone
"It is the mind that makes the man."
Dramatics Club 4; Caribe Club 4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2; National Honor Society 4;
Class Assembly 4; R.O.T.C. Adjutant MI,
MI, MIII, MIV.


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April 11, 1942
Amador Guerrero, Rep. of Panama
"He is the mirror of all courtesy."
Soccer 2; Softball 1.


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"Boito"
December 10, 1942
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Very quiet and unassuming.
Weighty plans his mind is brewing."

Swimming 2; R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2,3,4.


Michael Ashton Metcalf
"Mike"
November 26, 1943
Mineral Wells, Texas
"Honor and knowledge alone can merit,
Alone can produce."
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; National Honor
Society 4; "C" Club 4; S.A. Alternate 3;
Merit Scholarship Finals 4. R.O.T.C. Drill
Team 2,3; Commander 3; Outstanding Cadet
MI; 2nd on Final Exam, 2; 1st on Exam, 2;
D.A. Ribbon 2; High Daily Average 3; Com-
pany Commander 3. Bloomington High
School: S.A. Representative 1.


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"Dave"
October 30, 1942
Washington, D. C.
"Don't let study interfere with
Education."
Dramatics Club 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4;
R.O.T.C. Drill Team 4.










Robert Edward Morrissey (Rice)
"Beak"
February 27, 1943
Boston, Massachusetts
"There is more to me than you
understand."
"C" Club 2,4; Athletic Council 2; Football
(Lettered 3,4); Track 3,4 (Manager 3,4);
Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Homecoming
Court; Boys' State 3; Color Guard 3; All
Star Football 4.










Berthier David Murray
"Bert"
July 19, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of 'Panama
"His talk was like a stream which runs
with rapid change from rock to roses."
Band 1,2; Boys' State 3.


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Sharon Rose McElhone
"Mac"
May 5, 1943
Panama Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Gentle of nature, humble of
heart,
Forever striving to fulfill her
part."
Dramatics Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary-
Treasurer 3,4; Class Assemblies 2,3; Basket-
ball, Softball, Volleyball (Captain 1). All
Stars 1,2,3,4; Captain, A League All Stars 4.
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3. President
of Freshman class; Vice-President of Sopho-
more class; Vice-President of S.A.; S.A. Rep-
resentative 4; President of the Athletic Coun-
cil 3; Homecoming Court 4; R.O.T.C. Spon-
sor 4. Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 4, Secretary
3; Campaign Assembly 2,3.














Elizabeth Mary McLaren
"Liz"
May 18, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Not too studious, not too gay, i,
She trods the even, middle way."
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2;
Volleyball 2,3. Vocal 1,2,3.

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Mary Rebecca McLeod
"Becky"
September 21, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon, C. Z.
"A refreshing air of unconcern
and a friendly hello for all."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aid 1,2,3,4;
Thespians 4, Vice-President; Basketball, Soft-
ball and Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; S.A.
Alternate 3; Band 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Glee
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"Lynn"
October 9, 1943
Elko, Nevada
"The beauty of the Heavens is the stars;
The beauty of a woman is her hair."
Tradewind Staff 4; Volleyball and Basketball
Intramurals 4. Capuchino High School,
Science Club 1; California Scholarship Fed-
eration, 2 years; Girls' Sports Intramurals
1,2,3; S.A. Representative and Alternate.













Diane Elizabeth Nolte
"Di"
January 6, 1944
St. Louis, Missouri
"Her sincerity is deep, her happiness
complete."
Tradewind Staff 4. Pacific Grove High
School, Rally Club; Bowling and Softball In-
tramurals 1.


Michael Barnaby Rudge
"Mike"
September 6, 1943
Vashon Island, Washington
"To climb steep hills requires slow pace
at first."
Balboa High School 1,2; Chi Eta Sigma 3,4;
Balboa Lettermen Club 1,2; Chess Club 2;
Football 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Water Polo
1; Soccer 1,2; Gymnastic Intramurals 3; Ten-
nis 3; Track 3; S.A. Alternate 2,4; Athletic
Council 4; Master of Ceremonies, Homecom-
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Hilda M. Saborio
July 1I, 1941
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Asking nothing, revealing naught, but
minting her words from a fund of
thought."
Nurses' Aide Club 1, Glee Club 2, Tradewind
Staff, Caribbean Assistant Editor 4.


Leonidas Sanchez, Jr.
"Leo"
April 26, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"He grins from ear to ear in the most
disturbing fashion; he jokes a lot and
laughs a lot, but for work he has no
passion."
"21" Club 3,4; "C" Club 3,4.


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"Ca Ca"
May 23, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A friendly gal who is a sensation on the
gym floor."
G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; Nurses' Aide Club 2,3; Treas-
urer 2; Dramatics Club 2, Band 1,2,3,4;
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volley-
ball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Swimming and
Diving Team 2,3,4; Bowling Team 2,3 (Let-
tered 2,3); Top Ten 1,2,3.


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Lorna Diane Shore
"Diny"
February 13, 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Little I ask; my wants are few."
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4: The Whole Town
is Talking. Basketball Intramurals 1.















Leslie Humberto Tompkins
"Les"
June 11, 1943
Barranquilla, Columbia
"Content to live-this is my story"
Track 3,4; R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff 1,2,3,4.













Daniel W. Smith
"Dan"
February 15, 1942
Columbus, Georgia
"As light on his feet as he is in his
heart."
"C" Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4, President
4; Track 2,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Soccer 2,3.
Class Secretary 3; S.A. Elections 3,4; R.O.T.C.
Lt. 3, 1st Lt. 4; Rifle Team.


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Rebecca Anne Slowick
"Ginger"
January 15, 1943
Knoxville, Tennessee
"Happy-go-lucky Ginger-formula
for fireworks."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3,4. Tradewind Staff;
Glee Club 1.


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Helen Marie Spector
"Spec"
March 10, 1943
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Full of chatter and full of pep,
NEVER QUIET, that's her rep."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3; Basketball
1,2,3; Softball 1.2,3,4. Glee Club I; Swim-
ming 1,2,3,4; Freshman-Sophomore Brawl;
Tradecund staff.


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Zola Lynn Steele
"Zorro"
January 17, 1943
Miami, Florida
"It's nice to be natural,
When you're naturally nice."
Nurses' Aid 3,4; Dramatics Club 4, Vice
President 4; Bowling; Softball Intramurals;
Band 4; Orchestra 4. Richard Montgomery
High School: Glee Club; S.A. Representative
1, 2; Softball and Volleyball Intramurals.


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Pamuela Ann Theriot
"Pam"
December 30, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Behind cool blue eyes and underneath
blond locks lies irresistible charm."
Girls' Athletic Association; Rifle Club 1,2;
Dramatics Club 3; Swimming 1,2,3,4. Intra-
murals: Softball 3, Volleyball 2. Orchestra
1,2; Band 2; Tradewind Staff 4.


Kathleen Diana Stromberg
"Kathy"
April 7, 1943
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"The glass of fashion, and the mould of
form.
The observed of all observers."
Dramatics Club; Jamboree Queen 4.


Jack Edward Taber
"Fatman"
September 29, 1943
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"The deed I intend is great,
But what, as yet, I know not."
Rifle Club 3; Football 3; Soccer 2,3; Drill
Team 2.


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Roberta Ann Vache
"Bobbie"
August 26, 1943
Catskill, New York
"Blest with temper whose unclouded ray
Can make tomorrow as cheerful as today."
Nurses' Aid 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Bowl-
ing 2,3,4; Softball 3,4; Glee Club 2; S.A.
Representative 1-Balboa High School.










Louise Mary Allgaier
"Lou"
March 22, 1942
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Of every noble work the silent part is
best."
Nurses' Aid 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 2; Intra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2; Bowling 4.


Jeffrey Franklin Slaughter
"Jeff"
December 5, 1939
Kingsville, Texas
"Worry is not for lads like me."
Football 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football Letter
4; Orchestra 2,4; Swimming team 1,2.


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Alfred Valdez
March 2, 1942
Clifton, Arizona
"He is the mirror of all courtesy."
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3; MUHS Wireless Bugs, Mon-
terey Union High School.













Robert Edward Walker
"Doak"
August 28, 1943
New York City, New York
"A likeable chap whose wacky wit never
allows for a dull moment."
Football 3; Soccer 1,2; Basketball Intramurals
2,3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4.


Francis Perry Washabaugh, Jr.
June 12, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"A happy fellow with a devil-may-care
kind of grin."
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4;
Platoon Leader 4.


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Henry Albert Wells
July 1, 1942
Colon Hospital, Rep. of Panama
"Men of few words are the best men."
Track 1; R.O.T.C 1,2,3.


G. Leonard Wertz
January 1, 1943
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Happy am I and from care am I free."
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; Governor's Cup.


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Dewey Blaine Whittaker
"Dew"
August 26, 1942
Liberty, Missouri
"A lot of masculinity adored by
feminity."
Football; Basketball; Football Letter 2,3,4;
"C" Club 2,3,4; Interscholastic All Zone
Football 3,4; Most Valuable Basketball Player
for 1960.


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"Jack"
January 1, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The most essential feature of man is his
improvableness."
Football; Swimming; S.A. Alternate 2.


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"Wally"
August 16, 1941
Wheeling, West Virginia
"I make the most of all that comes,
and the least of all that goes."
"C" Club; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Swim-
ming 2; Caribbean and Tradewind photog-
rapher.


Camera Shy: Allen Jacques, Michael
Littleton, John Manning, and Abel
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CLASS PROPHECY


Glancing into the future to see what the class of 1961
has been doing for the past ten years, we find most of our
friends scattered all over the world and a few off the world.
Marriage has claimed fourteen of our girls. Judy Ha-
kanson, Shirley Bonneau, Pat Baron and Hilda Saborio have
married pilots working for the Trans-World Air Line.
They are busy keeping their children on the ground. Edna
Baker just married Ted Kennedy and is planning to become
a First Lady. Linda Nelson and Sharon Knatz are married
to twin brothers and live next door to each other on a gold
mine in Alaska. Zola Steele married the head doctor of the
Walter Reed Hospital. Diane Shore married Christian Dior's
Vice-President and now is sending the United States many
beautiful fashions. Barbara Hall, Diane Nolte, Molly En-
gelke, Stephanie Dryer and Kathy Stromberg are very happily
married and are raising large families.
Here in Panama, we find Gary Irving building a tunnel
under the Canal for a highway. Paul Ebdon is helping
him dig. Mike Rudge is chief taster in the Balboa Brewery.
Leo Sanchez is President of Panama and is working on a
new reform bill to build three diamond-shaped swimming
pools in Panama, the contracts for which will be handled
by Harry Butz. Don Bonneau is head of the "Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Iguanas." Bobbie Vache is his
secretary. Perry Washabaugh has finally graduated from
Junior College, C. Z., and is now planning to continue his
education in the States. Mike La Croix has finished his
S apprenticeship, and plans to own Westinghouse, someday.
Far, far away from the Canal Zone, we see the first
space ship in outer space, designed by Rod Brayton. John
Cronan is Captain and Mario Martin is Co-Captain; Bert
Murray is the Doctor and Lesley Berger is Chief Nurse;
Jack Williams is the scientist. Jay French is translator, in
case they find people on the Moon.
Looking toward Earth's atmosphere, we find some of
our lads in the Air Force. Danny Smith has decided to
make a career out of the Air Force. In celebration of this
very important event, he was sent to Afghanistan. His very
lucky crew are Jack Taber, Allen Messer, George Cotton
and Mike Littleton. As they land in Afghanistan, they see
Randy Coate, the famous "Walker," who has decided to
walk around the world. He has nearly drowned three times.
In France, we find Helen Spector, enjoying her trip to
Paris. She came from the United States on a ship com-
manded by Captain Robert Morrissey. Helen wanted to go
to Paris for not only its beauty but because the famous
hair stylist, Kathy Kucikas, is there. Kathy is famous for
her "weather beaten" hair-do's.
In other countries, all over the world, we find Pat
Dockery, Tim Lasher and Larry Corrigan, who are now
proud fathers of many children and are heads of big de-
partment stores in French Indo-China. Alex Stearns and
Jay Bialkowski have combined forces and are now President
and Vice-President of a tuna-canning factory in Nova Sco-
tia. Liz McLaren is a watch-checker in Switzerland. Bobby
Walker manufactures Volkswagons in Germany.
Betty Limkemannis the first female president of Macy's,
and, from what we hear, she is making millions of dollars.


Of course, with David Miller as her head salesman, she has
a reason to be making millions.
One of our-illustrious students is writing a book. He
is John Manning, who rides trains-underneath. He is writ-
ing a book entitled People As They Are, and he r:eeds a
worm's eye Autographed copies will be furnished at
Gimbel's.
Looking into Macy's once again, we find Giles Martin
and Walter Kleefkins playing Santa Claus in order to dis-
pose of their money. They are wealthy philanthropists, hav-
ing played the stockmarket and made millions.
Cecilia Lelaidier is Private Secretary to Make Metcalf,
who is working on his eighth billion and has almost all of
it. Veronica Blennerhassett is a psychiatrist. Norman Rock-
well has a new partner-Pat Egger. Julianne Bantin has
started on her trip to paint the North Pole.
Sharon Cooper, Sharon McElhone and Barbara Erikson
are famous models now because they all look like the Presi-
dent's wife (she is Mrs. Cody Hollowell, who, of course,
is married to our Cody Hollowell). One of our girls has
just gained the distinction of being elected the youngest
Senator the United States has ever had. She is Andrea
Grebien, senator of California.
Carol Agee holds the newly-created Cabinet post-
Secretary of Schools. Her Assistant is Lynne Coffin. Bev-
erly Brownlee, Becky McLeod, and Pam Theriot are high
school teachers. Ginny Favorite and Mary Jane Husted are
physical education teachers. Helen Fogle is a Science teacher
and plans to teach at CHS. Judy Hallett teaches at a
Business College in Massachusetts.
Tom Billison is a colonel in the Army and is expecting
to become a general very soon. Henry Wells, Alfred Valdez
and Allen Jacques are serving in the Army in Japan, Ger-
many and Panama.
We also have some great athletes in the class of 1961:
Wally Woodruff is playing for Yale and is their star player;
Warren Marquard has become the best golfer in the world;
Carol Seaman is an Olympic swimmer.
Brenda Collins has become a famous Hollywood movie
star. She stars with Dewey Whittaker, who is competing
with Tab Hunter.

Next we see Mrs. America of 1971. She is Mary Nell
Lee. Mary Nell had to pass tests on cooking, sewing and
other household arts. She passed them all with flying colors.
Livia Lippincott is teaching dancing in Arthur Murray's
Dance Studio. Betsy just finished her latest book, The
Cross-Politation of Orchards. Hebe Hearne's teeth are being
seen by many people all over the world, because she adver-
tises tooth paste. Hazel Kirkland, racing at Datona Beach,
has won three winner's cups. Ginger Slowick is working in
a hospital as a dietician.
Tommy Dugan has retired after earning his first mil-
lion. Leslie Tompkins is famous for being a flag pole sitter.
Driving dynamite trucks is fun to Leonard Wertz. He
always did love to do crazy things.


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1. Edna Baker
2. Elizabeth Limkenann
3. Andrea Grebien
4. Barbara Hall
5. Andrea Terrell
6. Diane Nolte
7. Lynne Coffin
8. George Cotton
9. Helen Spector
10. Helen Fogle
21. Carol Seaman


11. Carol Agee
12. Roberta Vache
13. David Miller
14. Betsy Hewitt
15. Zola Steele
16. Robert Morrissey
17. Livia Lippincott
18.. Mario Martin
19. Allan Messer
20. Hebe Hearn


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9. Harry Butz 19. Sharon Cooper
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CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT


CAROL AGEE-Leaves her outstanding (?) athletic ability to
any one who needs it.
EDNA BAKER-Leaves behind all her memories to Barbara Crim-
mel and Kay Tapie.
JULIANNE BANTIN-Rather doubtful as to whether she's sound
of mind, leaves her ability to run laps in every three out of
four gym classes to anyone who thinks she can talk during
roll call and get away with it.
PAT BARON-Leaves her lab seat in Mr. Pfau's second period
Chemistry class to any Sophomore or Junior who can learn
to light the bunsen burner.
LESLEY BERGER-Leaves her place at the lunch table to Tommy
Hepenheimer.
VERONICA BLENNERHASSETT-Leaves her love of dancing to
any underclassman who appreciates dancing as much as she
does.
JAY BIALKOWSKI-Leaves to Mrs. Smith the honor of having
another senior like him.
DONALD BONNEAU-Leaves his English books to Charles Tobin.
SHIRLEY BONNEAU-Leaves her curly hair to her sister and
her position as Homecoming Queen to any one of the worthy
Junior girls.
ROD BRAYTON-Doesn't leave anything to anybody.
BEVERLY BROWNLEE-Leaves Tommy Hepenheimer to all the
girls in CHS.
HARRY BUTZ-Leaves his custodian & Mr. Fix-it to any com-
petent underclassman who is capable of holding it.
RANDY COATE-Leaves his tuba to Andy Nicolaisen and any-
one with lung power to play it.
LYNNE COFFIN-Leaves everything, good and bad, that goes
with being a senior to Pam Johnston.
BRENDA COLLINS-Leaves her place in the Homecoming Court
to any lucky Junior girl.
SHARON COOPER-Leaves everything, good and bad, to her
darling brother Kenneth Wayne.
GEORGE COTTON-Leaves his 185 pounds to David Wilder.
JOHN CRONAN-Leaves his English room 341 to Charles Tobin.
PAT DOCKERY-Leaves his skill and form in pole vaulting to
anyone who can do it.
STEPHANIE DREYER-Leaves her ability to get through school
in some way to her sister, Beverly.
TOM DUGAN-Leaves his motorcycle to Lorraine Urey.
PAUL EBDON-Leaves to the party of the second party all the
trouble he can handle.
PAT EGGER-Leaves her flowers to Sue Corrigan, her temper to
Sandra Husted, and all the headaches of drawing things for
other people to Robert Hammond.
MOLLY ENGELKE-Leaves her position as Battalion Sponsor to
anyone who can fill it.
BARBARA ERIKSON-Leaves CHS to anyone who wants her!
GINNY FAVORITE-Leaves her bow-legs to any unfortunate
Junior for free!
HELEN FOGLE-Leaves her place at the lunch table to Barbara
Crimmel.
JAY FRENCH-Leaves Mr. Pfau and Mrs. Smith to Robert Ham-
mond, and his ability to look cheerful on Monday to any
underclassman who thinks he can stand it!
ANDREA GREBIEN-Leaves the fun, responsibilities, and work
of her senior year to Mary Esther Jones.
JUDY HAKANSON-Leaves all her books to anyone who wants
them.
BARBARA HALL-Leaves her singing ability to Sandra Husted.
JUDY HALLETT-Leaves her shorthand to anyone who can pass it.
BETSY HEWITT-Leaves the honor and the work of being a
senior to Jean Van Der Heyden.
MARY JANE HUSTED-Leaves her ability to play in sports to
her sister, Sandra.
GARY IRVING-Leaves his Hall of Fame positions: "Most Likely
to Succeed" to Richard Garcia (who will surely get it if he
can ever learn to speak English) and "Runner-Up for Best
Looking" to John Wainio.
HAZEL KIRKLAND-Leaves her gym class to all those who
don't like gym.


WALTER KLEEFKINS-Leaves his key chain to about twenty or
thirty people.
KATHERINE KUCIKAS-Leaves her knowledge of Ohio to Tony.
MIKE LA CROIX-Leaves U. S. History and American Institutions
to EYES Cooper and Terry Slaughter.
TIM LASHER-Leaves his gym basket to Captain Currier.
MARY NELL LEE-Leaves her place in the cheer leading squad
to any underclassman with a big mouth.
CECILIA LELAIDIER-Leaves her memories of CHS to her sister,
Yvonne.
LIVIA LIPPINCOTT-Leaves her height to Barbara Crimmel.
MIKE LITTLETON-Just plain leaves.
JOHN MANNING-Leaves his parking place to George Patton.
BABE MARQUARD-Leaves his dirty sneakers and sweaty socks
to any girl in the girls gym class who will wear them.
GILES MARTIN-Leaves Mr. Pfau for any deserving person.
MARIO MARTIN-Hates to leave.
SHARON McELHONE-Leaves her wardrobe to Kathleen DeLapp.
LIZ McLAREN-Leaves the boys to Sandy Shore and lunch time
walks to Jimmy Bass.
BECKY McLEOD-Lewves her third locker in the girls' gym to
Keith Madden McLeod.
ALLEN MESSER-Leaves his four years of hard work to Alex
Ramirez.
DAVID MILLER-Just leaves.
BOB MORRISSEY-Leaves his position as president of the Beaks
to John Wainio.
BERT MURRAY-Leaves Mr. Pfau's Physics class.
LINDA NELSON-Leaves her seat in Physics to any brave Junior.
DIANE NOLTE-Leaves her loopy writing to any student who
can read it.
HILDA SABORIO-Leaves her permanent place in the "B" Honor
Roll to any deserving Junior.
LEO SANCHEZ-Leaves his English seat to Charles Tobin.
CAROL SEAMAN-Leaves her love of sports to Evelyn Hawthorne.
DIANE SHORE-Leaves her seat in the lounge to Chicken Hirons
and her brains to her little (?) sister.
GINGER SLOWICK-Leaves her tank to Tita Clarke to drive
the clan around next year.
DANNY SMITH-Leaves his place in the "Hall of Fame" to
any boy worthy of the honor.
ZOLA STEELE-Leaves her ability to make good grades in chem-
istry to her sister.
ALEX STEARNS-Leaves his center position in football to Paul
Brooks.
KATHY STROMBERG-Leaves the honor of being Jamboree Queen
to any one of the up-coming beautiful Junior girls.
JACK TABER-Leaves everything to everyone.
ANDREA TERRELL-Leaves her ability to learn geometry to
Sandy Eckhof.
PAM THERIOT-Leaves her place on the swimming team to any
junior who can fulfill the requirements.
LESLIE THOMPKINS-Leaves his anthology and magazine to
Florence Alien.
BOBBIE VACHE-Leaves her seat in shorthand to Beverly George.
SHARON KNATZ-Wills her stapling job in the office to anyone
who wants it.
HELEN SPECTOR-Leaves the place of "Wittiest" in the Hall
of Fame to Tita Clarke and Guy Jones, and her ability to
do so much to Ana Jacques.
ROBERT WALKER-Leaves his English grades to Charles Tobin.
HENRY WELLS-Leaves his place in the Club House lunch line
to Sam Katz.
LEONARD WERTZ-Leaves anything to anybody.
JACK WILLIAMS-Leaves his athletes foot in the Halls of CHS
where he got it.
DEWEY WHITTAKER-Leaves his "All-Zonian" honors to Jeff
Leon.
WALTER WOODRUFF-Leaves his driving habits to Evelyn
Hawthorne.












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RUNNERS-UP


Mr. and Miss CHS


George Cotton nd Lesley Berer


George Cotton and Lesley Berger


Most Intellectual


Carol Agee and Michael Metcalf
Friendliest


Most Likely to Succeed







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Giles Martin and Elizabeth Limkemann
Most Talented


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Brenda Collins and Alex Stearns


Gary Irving and Barbara Hall


Best Dancers


Livia Lippincott and Alex Stearns
Wittiest


Michael Rudge and Beverley Brownice
Michael Rtudge and Beverley Browncee


Best Dressed


Best Looking


Most Athletic


Barbara Erikson and Gary Irving


Gary Irving and Ginny Favorite


Hazel Kirkland and Jay Bialkowski


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JUNIORS













Susan Corrigan
President


Colleen Lawson
Vice-President


CLASS OF '62


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Cathy Lewis
Treasurer


John Everson
Secretary


Jean Allan Kit Atkins


Mariela Alcoriza


Barbara Crimmell


LaRue Christoph


Richard Chin
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Jack Attia


Anne Baas


Charles Bath


Robert Chan


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Pat Clarke


Joe Coffin







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Beverly George


Stephen Franklin


Edward Green


Elizabeth Hanna


Derek Egger










Marcus French


Charles Garcia










Donna Hardison


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Verna Hildebrand


Edsall Hilty


Janice Deck
Janice Deck


Andrew Garcia


Lennar akanson
Lennart Hakanson


Mary Ann Hardwick


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Lillian Hirons


Vicki Fettler


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Kathy Hemenway








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Virginia Hirons


Pam Johnston


Roger Hutchinson


Mary Esther Jones


Sam Katz


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Stanley Leon

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Jeanette Kirkland


Theresa Washabaugh


Harvey Dee Leahman


Virginia Valdez
Virginia Valdez


George Little


Larry Wilder


David Judson
David Judson


Clarice Lamis


Robert Willis
















James Manning


Betty Payne








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Jeanne Van Der Heyden


Edna Morales


Eugene Pugh












John Wainio


Chris McCullough











Robert Rankin


Wilma Rodriguez


Philip Sanders


Wanda Scott


Rod Winborn


George Slaughter


Laura Strongman


Katherine Tapie


Joe McGoff


Gordon Reif


Joanne Tang


Charles Tobin


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Evelyn Messer


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Louis Davis, Earl Griggs, Robert Himes, Hilda Reifkohl, Aide Rigby,
Ray Scheidegg. Marie Wertz, Guy Jones, Tony Kucikas. Jeffrey Leon,
William Livingston, Brian Lutz.































FIRST ROW: (L to R): Lenore Smith, Donna Smith, William Nelson, Bernice Hill, Joanne Jones.
SECOND ROW: Sheila Sanders, Billie Hollowell, Grace Craig, Miriam Ramirez, Bonnie Conklin,
Carmen Fernandez, Pat Kunkel, Josephine Borsellino, Diana Clarke, Carolyn Smith.
THIRD ROW: Stuart Bernstein, John Burns, Michael Klasovsky, William Huff, Robert Boseman,
Raymond Gomez, Wendell Taylor, Austin Gentry. George Patton, Zandra Zimmerman.




SOPHOMORES


FIRST ROW: (L to R): Elaine Asbury, Fran Wilson, Donna Rose, Lauray Will, Diane Ramsey,
Margaret O'Brien.
SECOND ROW: Rita Geyner, Yvonne Lelidier, Rene Owen, Carolyn Rowley, Sue Barfield, Patsy Lee,
Diane Roscoe, Harriet Hewitt.
THIRD ROW: Joe Bohnak, George Angle, Bill Redmond, Jack Holcomb, James Jackson, William
Will, Jack Brayton, Pierre Leignadier, Fred Newhard, Andy Nicolaisen, Albert Pilkerton, John
Frensley, Vince Canamas, Ted Davis.























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FIRST ROW: (L ta R): Gary Knueppel, Norman Scheffner, Paul Brooks--President, Kenneth Cooper,
Douglas Alberga, Michael Burza, John Lowe.
SECOND ROW: Cheryl Jackson, Evelyn Hawthorne, Sandra Parker, Celia Cronan, Nancy Drohan,
Clara Tobin, Beverly Dockery, Judith Stepp.
THIRD ROW: Kenneth Sanders, Gordon Sanders, Roy Hall, Harry Butcher, Dennis Hyatt, Carla
Meehan, Stacia Walsh, Carolyn Beckley, Pat Seaman.




CLASS OF '63


FIRST ROW: (L to R): Joseph Wynne, Donald Stohrer, Franklin Brooks.
SECOND ROW: Patricia Daly, Helen George, Marcy Wood, Sharon Tully, Kathleen Clancy, Yvonne
Morales, Teresa Alderete, Jeanette Hannberg, Karen Sanders.
THIRD ROW: Suzanne Urey, Linette Dugas, Kathleen DeLapp, Tula Brown.
FOURTH ROW: Lewis French, Richard Pennington, Charles Vowel, Robert Hammond, Earl Sharrick,
Carl Maedl, Raymond Madison.


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FIRST ROW: (L to R): Sandra Tortorici, Sandra ,I Carol Hawthorne, Rebecca Fernandc..
Virginia Farris, Conchita Graves, Lesley Richmond.
SECOND ROW: Judy Merill, Susan Mathieson, Barbara O'Neil, Nina Chappell, Thomas Hickey,
James Ebdon, Charles Hutton, Reinaldo Barreras, Wardie Redmond, David Wilder, Bill Pollard.


- FRESHMEN

FIRST ROW: (L to R): Nicolas Brooks, Tod Campbell, Richard Roscoe, Charles Tapie.
SECOND ROW: Valerie Spivey, Lorraine Chan, Diane Kubit, Jean Hardwick, Stella Kucikas, Janet
Holverson, Laura Dorrow, Edith Stiebritz, Sandra Shore.
THIRD ROW: Ivan Klasovsky, Naomi Kuntz, Margarits Ortiz, Joan McGloin.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Gibson-Sponsor, Jeff Thompson, John Lasher, George Evans, Mike Brannick,
Louis McGoff, Kenneth Karpinski, Dennis Tully. Henry Shirk.











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FIRST ROW: (L to R): Judy Palumbo, Lavina Messer.
SECOND ROW: Jackie Aldrich, Christine Bath, Alberta Wilder, Sally Metcalf, Vaudie Robinson,
Macel Washabaugh, Julia Shipley, Alice Lay.
THIRD ROW: Cookey Armstrong, Woody Smith, George De La Guardia, Tommy Heppenheimer,
Mickey McElhone, Keith McLeod, Richard Rankin, Mike Himes, William Brandt, Billy Achenson.
IOURTH ROW: Bill De Salvo, Ewald Wiberg, Michelle Belanger, Jimmy Jones, John Sanders, John
Church, Robert Martin.



CLASS OF '64

FIRST ROW: (L to R): Charlotte Bialkowski, Cathy Leahman, Lorraine Urey.
SECOND ROW: Nellie Patton, Carol La Croix, Elizabeth Lewis, Sandra Eckhoff, Connie Lasher,
Joan Schonert, Donna Wong, Nancy Hopkins, Nancy Mitchell.
THIRD ROW: Alex Heppenheimer, Victor Trevino, Alex Ramirez, Harry Murray, Billy White,
Harry Shields.
FOURTH ROW: Mike Walsh, George Kandrin, Authur Manikas, Ralph Bender, Ricardo Sanchez,
Frank Edgar.
















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The S. A. was organized for
the student body to create a
friendlier relationship among
students and to encourage par-
ticipation in school activities.
The Student Council, an im-
portant branch of the S.A., con-
sists of five officers and one
representative from each home-
room.


FRONT ROW: (L to R): Tommy Heppenheimer, Patsy Lee, Margarita Ortiz,
Sandy Eckhoff, Ginny Favorite, Joanne Jones, and Wanda Scott.
SECOND ROW: David Judson-Treasurer, Tom Billison-President, Gary Irving-
Secretary, John Wainio-Vice-President, Rod Winborn, Dee Leahman, Alex
Stearns, Mr. Pfau-Sponsor.






Athletic Council


The Athletic Council is made
up of Student Association's Alter-
nates. Their job is to take care
of the gates at all the CHS ath-
letic contests.


FRONT ROW: (L to R): Frank Borsellino, Wilma Rodriguez, Karen Sanders,
Alice Lay, Brenda Collins, Mr. Gregg-Sponsor, Dee Leahman, Warren Mar-
quard, John Wainio, and Mike Rudge.


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CARIBE CLUB






The purpose of the Caribe )
Club, or the Future Teachers
of America, is to promote a
better understanding of the
teaching profession. Members
are invited to join, depending
on their scholastic ability. .







FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Joanne Jones, Lesley Berger, Veronica Blennerhassett.
SECOND ROW; Donna Rose, Elaine Asbury, Yvonne Lelaidier, Lynne Coffin, Frank
Brooks, Zandra Zimmerman, Joanne Tang.
THIRD ROW: Harriet Hewitt, Bernice Hill, Pam Johnston, Fran Wilson, Jean Van Der
Heyden, Elizabeth Limkemann.
FOURTH ROW: Douglas Alberga, John Everson, David Judson, Dee Leahman,
Joseph Coffin.


THE PINK GIRLS






The Pink Girls are a group
of girls from the Nurses Aid
that work at Coco Solo Hos-
pital during the summer. They
are placed in different wards
throughout the hospital and
S 1 .are rotated through these wards
as the summer progresses.
Their work is completely vol-
untary and much knowledge
is gained of the nursing pro-
ls fession.



FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Valerie Spivey, Joan Schonert, Lorraine Chan, Conchita Graves,
Macel Washabaugh, Barbara Del Vechio, Alice Lay.
SECOND ROW: Dorreen Baas, Yvonne Lelaidier, Joanne Jones, Teresa Alderete, Mary
Esther Jones.




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY


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The highest honor that Cristobal
High School can bestow upon a student
is election to membership in the Carib-
bean Chapter of the National Honor
Society. Qualifications for membership
are character, leadership, scholarship,
and service.


Tom Billison-President, Gary Irving, Mike Metcalf, Giles Martin, Randy Coate,
Lesley Berger-Vice-President, Miss Anderson-Sponsor, Carol Agee, and Andrea
Grebien.






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The "21" Club is composed of
twenty-one boys, each of whom
represents one of the Pan-Amer-
ican Republics. Each member
writes an essay about the country
he represents and the Cristobal-
Colon Rotary Club awards prizes
for the best essays.


Queen-Lesley Berger. Court: Sandy Weigle, Alberta Wilder, Sue Corrigan, Patsy
Lee, Rene Owen, Virginia Austin. Escorts: John Wainio, Jay Bialkowski, Gary
Irving, Alex Stearns, Tom Dugan, Douglas Alberga, and Paul Ebdon.


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The Quill and Scroll is
dedicated to higher standards
of journalism. It is a Nation-
al Honor Society for journal-
ists. The sponsor for Quill
and Scroll is Mr. Louis Fat-
torosi.


Members: Hilda Saborio, Diane Nolte, and Veronica Blennerhassett.





DRAMATICS CLUB




The Dramatics Club is open l
to all high school students in- i
terested in dramatics. This
club produces the plays that
are presented to the public,
and in this way the members
learn the different aspects of
drama. Mr. Rollins is the
sponsor of the club.


The above picture is a scene from the play "House Without Windows" that was pre-
sented by the Dramatics Club. Pictured above are Judy Palumbo and Zandra Zimnmerman.


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C.T.S.







Chi Theta Sigma, formerly
the "C" Club, is composed of
boys who have made their
letter in any one of the three
sports played in CHS: Foot-
ball, Baseball, and Track. The
club is sponsored by Coach
Ingram and Coach Paul Moser.







FIRST ROW (L. to R): Alex Stearns, Gary Irving, George Cotton
SECOND ROW: Larry Wilder, Abel Borsellino, Raymond Scheidegg, Tom Billison. Donald
Bonneau, Danny Smith, John Cronan.
THIRD ROW: John Wainio, Robert Morrissey, Dewey Whittaker, Mike Rudge, Warren
Marquard, David Larrison, Walter Woodruff.


NURSES' AIDE CLUB










Si nursing. During the summer
S i the girls in this club work at
^ Coco Solo Hospital and pro-
Sgress in their knowledge of
nursing. The sponsor for this
....* -- p"J club is Miss McLimans.






FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Yvonne Morales, Alice Lay, Lorraine Chan, Donna Wong,
Barbara Del Vecchio, Diane Kubit, Lonnie Smith, Rene Owen
SECOND ROW: Nancy Mitchell, Estelle Davison, Conchita Graves, Virginia Faris, Judy
Stepp, Kathleen De Lapp, Teresa Alderete, Macel Washabaugh, Mary Esther Jones,
Joanne Tang, Elizabeth Limkeman, Betsy Hewitt, Grace Craig, Carmen Fernandez,
Joan Schonert.
THIRD ROW: Rita Geyer, Yvonne Lelaidier, Doreen Baas, Joanne Jones, Nancy Hopkins,
Laura Dorow, Valerie Spivey, Cecilia Lelaidier, Andrea Terrell, Steffie Dryer.


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SWIMMING TEAM
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The swimming team is an
active member of the athletic
groups of CHS. The sponsor
of the swimming team is
Coach Dedeaux.


FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Charlene Graves, Josephine Borsellino, Nancy Hopkins.
SECOND ROW: Rod Winborn, George Slaughter, Helen Spector, Carol Seaman, Ginny
Favorite, Michel Rudge.
THIRD ROW: Conchita Graves, David Miller, Joseph Bonack.


G.A.A.


The Girl's Athletic Associa-
tion is an exclusive sport cub,
composed of only the girls
who are outstanding in sports.
To become a member, a girl
must participate 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. The sponsor of the
club is Mrs. Fattorosi.






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FRONT ROW (L. to R.): Sharon McElhone, Ginny Favorite, Brenda Collins.
SECOND ROW: Beverly Brownlee, Elizabeth Hanna, Margaret O'Brien, Martha Wood,
Hilda Riefkohl, Sue Corrigan, Theresa Washabaugh, Evelyn Hawthorne, Mary Nell
Lee, Shirley Bonneau, Verna Hildebrand.
THIRD ROW: Jean Allen, Harriet Hewitt, Cathy Lewis, Mary Jane Husted, Carol Sea-
man, Pat Egger, Mariella Alcoriza, Bernice Hill, and Laura Strongman.


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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS


The Library Assistants do
innumerable jobs, such as
keeping library records, check-
ing and replacing books, and
helping students utilize library
facilities.


Estelle Davison, Lorraine Chin, Kathleen Clancy, Josephine Borsellino, Judy Palumbo,
Sheila Sanders, Carol Beckley, Yvonne Morales, Carmen Fernandez, Nancy Mitchell, Joan
Shoner, Vicki Fettler, Pat Kunkel, Conchita Graves, Virginia Ferris, Sandy Eckhoff,
and Miss Johnston-Sponsor


OFFICE GIRLS


The Office Girls type sten-
cils, file, and do other helpful
jobs for academic credit.


RIGHT TO LEFT: Livia Lippincott, Katherine Kucikas, Hilda Saborio, Lesley Berger,
Judy Hallet, Molly Engelke, Sharon Cooper, Veronica Blennerhassett, Pat Egger, Diane
Nolte, Brenda Collins.


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SPORTS








JAMBOREE


QUEEN KATHY


Her Majesty Queen Kathy
Thomas Billison, Captain of the
Dewey Whittaker, co-captain.


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football team and


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Molly Engelke


CHEERLEADERS


Mary Nell Lee


Shirley Bonneau


Beverly Brownlee


Sharon McElhone


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Verna Hildebrand


Lesley Berger


Jean Allan








1960 FOOTBALL TEAM


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FRONT ROW, left to right: George Cotton, Gary
Irving-co-captain, Robert Rankin, Michael Met-
calf, Larry Wilder, Donald Stohrer, Richard Gar-
cia, John Lowe, Alex Ramirez, Bob Hauser, Earl
Griggs, John Everson, Bill Acheson, Wally
Woodruff.


SECOND ROW: George Slaughter, Robert Morrissey,
George Little, Perry Washabaugh, Jeffrey Leon,
Alex Stearns, Paul Brooks, George Evans, Kenneth
Karpinski, Nicky Brooks, John Church, Jay
Bialkowski, Frank Ender.


THIRD ROW: John Wainio, Dewey Whittacer, Allen
Messer, Rodney Winborn, Joe Coffin, Thomas
Billison-captain, Charles Bath, Raymond Scheid-
egg, Donald Bonneau, Robert Blevins, Mike
Rudge, Joe Kandrin, Brian Lutz.


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QUEEN SHIRLEY AND HER COURT


Queen Shirley 1 presided over the annual Homecoming
Dance of Cristobal High school, which was held at the
Breakers Club. The ballroom of the Breakers Club
was decorated in the form of a football field. The goal
post behind the throne was wrapped in blue and gold
and on it hung a large football with the lettering "Queen
Shirley."
The Queen and her court were announced by Michael
Rudge in the following order:
Princess Mary Nell Lee, Princess of the Daisies and
Daughter of the Morning Mist, wearing an elegant French
blue gown. She was escorted by Tom Billison, Knight
of the Golden Armor, Chief of the Leftouts and Killer
of the Bulldogs.
Princess Brenda Collins, Princess of the Orchid and
Daughter of the Noonday Sun, Keeper of the Topaz,
wearing a sunburst yellow gown. She was escorted by
Gary Irving, Lord of the Red and White Peasants, Chief







Crown Bearer Roy Bonneau
Crown Bearer Roy Bonneau ';B


of the Cleaner of Uniforms, King of the Halves.
Princess Lesley Berger, Princess of the Lillies, Keeper
of the Emeralds, and Daughter of the Evening, wearing
a beautiful ice-blue evening gown. She was escorted by
Dewey Whittaker, Chief of the Swinging Gate, and
Master of the Bucketheads.
Princess Sharon McElhone, Princess of the Roses and
Daughter of the Sunrise, wearing a golden Sapphire
gown. She was escorted by Bob Morrissey, Killer of
the Defense and Master of the Tackles.
Lady Tracy Cotton, Keeper of the Dewdrops, Daughter
of the Moon, escorted by Squire Roy Bonneau, Prince
of the Football Team, Keeper of the Queen's Crown.
Queen Shirley 1, Owner of the Flowers, Daughter of
the Jewels, Lady of the Night, Ruler of Cristobal High
School, wearing a shimmering white gown, and escorted
by George Cotton, King of the Blue and Gold Tigers,
and Master of the Uprights, Lord and Protector.







Flower Girl Tracy Cotton


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Gary Irving


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George Cotton


Lesley Berger and
Dewey Whittaker


Mary Nell Lee and
Thomas Billison


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TOM BILLION


TRIBUTE TO A FIGHTING TIGER


Tom Billison is without a doubt one of the hardest working and serious-minded
young men ever to walk the halls of Cristobal High School. By his very own nature
and personality, Tom has proved to be a very able leader and a person that all of us respect.
He has been outstanding on the football team; hard work and his desire to excel have
made it possible for him to earn these honors.
His election as "Co-Captain" of the 1960 Tiger football squad was an honor in itself.
Tom was also elected as a Co-Captain for the Palm Bowl Football Squad.
One more honor was bestowed upon Tom at the end of the season: "Most Valuable
Player" on the 1960 Tiger Football Team.
These honors could not have gone to a more deserving Tiger. Congratulations,
Tom, for the very able leadership and loyalty that you have given all of us here at
Cristobal High School.


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CHS BASEBALL TEAM


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FRONT ROW, left to right: Robert Morrissey-Manager, Warren Marquard, John
Church, Richard Garcia, John Lowe, Mickey McElhone, Larry Wilder.
SECOND ROW: John Knueppel, Kenny Cooper. George Cotton, Vincent Canamas,
John Wainio, Charles Bath, Brian Lutz, Jeffrey Leon, Coach Ingram.


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FRONT ROW, left to right: Tom Billison, Jeffrey Leon, Brian Lutz.
SECOND ROW: Woody Smith, Wally Woodruff, John Lowe, Perry Washabaugh, Donald
Stohrer, Charles Bath, George Kandrin, Danny Smith, George Patton, Alex Stearns.
THIRD ROW: Lesley Tompkins, Richard Gentry, Earl Griggs, John Wainio, Joe McGoff,
Pat Dockery, Richie Garcia, Gary Irving, Babe Marquard.


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FRONT ROW, left to right: Warren Marquard, John Lowe, Walter Kleefkins,
John Cronan, Gary Irving.
SECOND ROW: Lennart Hakanson, Rod Winborn, John Wainio, Charles Bath,
Joseph McGoff.


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FRONT ROW, left to right: Robert Hauser, David Wilder, Louis McGoff, Joe
Lawrence.
SECOND ROW: Jim Williford, Paul Brooks, Jeffrey Leon, Nicky Brooks, Richard
Gentry.


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GIRLS' BASKETBALL




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"A" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW (L to R): Ginny Favorite, Sharon McElhone-
Captain, Sandy Eckhoff.
SECOND ROW: Brenda Collins, Theresa Washabaugh. Jean
Allan, Mariela Alcoriza, Mary Jane Husted.


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"B" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW (L to R): Beverly Brownlee-Captain, Sue Cor-
rigan, Martha Wood, Elizabeth Hanna, Sandra Husted,
Evelyn Hawthorne.
SECOND ROW: Elaine Asbury, Harriet Hewitt, Cathy Lewis,
Patsy Lee.


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"A" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW: (L to R): Brenda Collins-Captain, Judy Hallet, Ginny Favorite,
Hilda Reifkohl, Mary Nell Lee, Sharon McElhone.
SECOND ROW: Bernice Hill, Theresa Washabaugh, Mariela Alcoriza, Becky McLeod,
Mary Jane Husted, Jean Allan, Carol Seaman, and Pat Egger-Manager.


"B" LEAGUE
FIRST ROW: (L to R): Sue Corrigan-Captain, Beverly Brownlee, Margaret
O'Brien, Elizabeth Hanna, Josephine Borsellino, Sandra Husted.
SECOND ROW: Bernice Hill, Martha Wood, Sandra Weigle, Cathy Lewis, Celia
Cronan, Evelyn Hawthorne, Elaine Asbury, and Pat Egger-Manager.
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Left to right: Will Will, Tony Kucikas, Richard Gentry, Stanley Leon.


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DRILL TEAM


The Cristobal High School R.O.T.C. Drill Team, led by Captain Jay French,
performing Field Night. The Drill Team Sponsor is verna Hudebrand.


"E" CO. STAFF


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Left to right: Company Commander Michael Metcalf,
Guidon Bearer James Jackson. Not visible is
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Ginny Favorite-F Company Sponsor, Sharon McElhone-E Company Sponsor, Molly
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1960-61


CARIBBEAN STAFF


Veronica Blennerhassett. - Editor
Hilda Saborio Assistant Editor
Dewey Whittaker Business Manager
Veronica Blennerhassett Asst. Business Manager
Walter Woodruff Photographer
Pat Egger Asst. Photographer
Mr. Louis Fattorosi Advisor
Mr. Bernard Mazzoni Advertising Sponsor
Beverly Brownlee Judy Hallett
Diane Nolte Mary Nell Lee
Barbara Erikson Dorothy Frost
Mary Jane Husted Shirley Bonneau
Rebecca Slowick Elizabeth McLaren
Helen Spector
Other Photographs by:
Mr. Corbitt Hall of Fame
Mr. Finlayson Juniors and Seniors


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COMPLIMENTS OF
RADIO CENTER S.A.


BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1961
COCO SOLO
BEAUTY SALON


COMPLIMENTS OF
ITALIAN LINE
CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE


Compliments of
KODAK
PANAMA 8 COLON


COLON TRAVEL
AGENCY
Front St. Between 6th and 7th
Tel. 1023-1194 Colon


Compliments of
JOHN SURANY
llth and Front St.
Colon, Panama


BEST WISHES FROM THE
PANAMA CANAL
YACHT CLUB


CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF MARGARITA
CONGRATULATES
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF
CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
1961
"May the Lord bless you in
your future endeavors."