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Editor ................................... Chris McCullough
Assistant Editor ............................ Wanda Scott
Literary Editor ............................. Sue Corrigan
Business Manager ................................ Sam Katz
Ass't. Business Manager ........ George Slaughter
Photographer ................................ Bev Schroeder


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Dedication .......... .......... ................. ...... 4
Administration ............. .............. ............................. 8
CHS Faculty ...-..................-..-.............................. 9
Seniors ............................................... ... .. .-.. . 12
Last Will and Testament ................................................... 40
Class Prophecy .............................................................. 41
Baby Pictures ...................................... ........ ............... 42
Yuletide Ball ................................. .................................. 44
Hall of Fame .......-..................... .............................. 45
Junior Class ............................................ ....... ......- 58
Underclassmen ....___.. ........... ......... .......... 62
Acknowledgments ........................................ ....... 67
Sports ................... .......... .................. 68
ROTC ...................................... ......................... 8
Music .................. ........................................ 89
Clubs ...................................... .................... 92


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school years and for the endless efforts he
has put forth in guiding us on our way to
success, we, the Senior Class of '62, grate-
fully dedicate the 1962 Caribbean to Mr.
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MRS. MARION TAYLOR
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Miss Adamary Anderson. B.A.,
M.A.
American Institutions
U. S. History


Mr. Richard W. Bock. B.A..
M.Ed.
Advanced Algebra and Trigono-
metry
Plane and Solid Geometry


Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi. B.A..
M.A.
Physical Education


Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi, B.A.,
M.Ed.
English
Journalism


Mrs. Vera Folsom. A.B.. M.A.
Business Education
Typing and Shorthand
Modem Business


Mrs. Anne Gregg. B.A.. M.S.
Latin, French, Spanish


Miss Helen Johnston, B.A.,
M.A.. M.L.
Librarian
Library Training


Mr. Eugene Gregg. A.A.. B.A..
M.A.
Social Studies
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Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad. B.A.,
B.M., M.A.
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


Mr. David Ingram. B.S., M.Ed
Health
Physical Education


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Arithmetic
General Mathematics


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Miss Sophie McLimans. B.S.
Household Arts


Mr. James H. Pfau, B.S.. M.A.
Chemistry
Physics


Mr. James Mattingly. M.A.
Social Studies
Elementary and Advanced
Mechanical Drawing


Mr. Paul Moser. B.S.
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Mr. Bernard Mazzoni. M.Ed.
Algebra
Mathematics


Mr. James D. Norman. B.S..
M.S.
Biology
General Mathematics


Mr. Robert McCullogh. B.S..
M.A.
Social Studies
Early World History


Mr. Luke Palumbo, B.S.
General Science


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B.S.. M.A.
Woodwork. General Shop.
Mathematics
Drivers' Training


Mr. James Rice. B.F.A.. M.Ed.
Art. English


Mrs. Stella Rieflohl. BA M.A.
Spanish


Mrs. Yolanda Rodriguez, B.A.
Spanish


Miss Nancy Scott, B.A.. M.A.
Early World History
English


Mr. Earl Sharick. B.A., M.A.
Special Education


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Mrs. Dorothy Smith. A.B.
English 11 and 12


Mr. Frank Spitzer. B.S.
Mathematics 7 and 8


Mr. James Steams. B.S., M.A.
Spanish


Mrs. Harriet Young. B.S. M A.
English


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Miss Elizabeth E. Marsh.
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School Nurse


Maj. Frank T. Currier
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Company "E" Advisor


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WANDA DELL SCOTT
"Scottie"
July 22, 1944
Fort Worth. Texas
"Winsome is she, adorable too,
A cute personality-that's Scottie for you."
Caribe Club 1.2.3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; National
Honor Society 4: Class Assemblies 2,4; Homecoming
Court 4; Class President 4: Journalism Secretary 4; Home-
room Representative 3; Public Relations Committee 4;
Campaign Assembly 3; Tradewind Editor and Staff 4;
Quill and Scroll.


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COLLEEN MARY LAWSON
March 29, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"She weaves silver threads into the fabric of memory."
Intramurals: Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Softball 1, Bowling
2; Class Assemblies 1,2; Class Offices: Secretary-Treasurer
1,2; Vice-President 3.4: Girls' State 3; Library 2: Orchestra 1.














SUSAN CHRIS McCULLOUGH
April 9. 1944
Fayetteville. North Carolina
"Full of vim, vigor, and vitality."
Caribbean Editor 4: Tradewind Staff 4; Class Assembly 4:
ROTC Sponsor, Company "E" 4. Class Offices: Secretary 4.
Junior-Senior Prom. Table Decorations Chairman; Quill
and Scroll 4.







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THERESA ANN WASHABAUGH
"Wash"
August 21, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Her spirit is like a teakettle-always bubbling over."
Senior Class Treasurer: Girls' Athletic Association 2,3,4. In-
tramurals: Volleyball 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Softball 1,
2.3,4. B League: Volleyball 2, Basketball 2. Softball 2. A
League: Volleyball 3,4: Basketball 3,4: Softball 2,4. Top
Ten 2,5; Class Assembly 2. Freshman All-Stars: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball. Orchestra 1,2,3: Girls' State 3.


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MARIELA ALCORIZA
"Mary"
February 21. 1943
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Sentences fail when one word is complete: sweet."
Volleyball, Basketball. Softball. G.A.A.. Sophomore Assembly.





















JEAN ELIZABETH ALLAN
"Jeanie"
August 21. 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"From the top of her head to the tip of her toes,
The impression of neatness and loveliness grows.
Girls' State 3; Homeroom Representative 1.3.4; Homeroom Alternate 2;
Assemblies 1.2; Vice-President. Sophomore Class. Intramurals: Volleyball.
Basketball. Softball 1.2. Cheerleader 5.4; G.A.A. 1.2.5.4; Caribe Club
1.2.5,3. Vice-President 4; ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4: Chairman. Public
Relations Committee; National Honor Society 4; Tradewind Editor.


CHRISTOPHER WARD ATKINS
"Kit"
August 4, 1944
New London, Connecticut
"That rare quality: shyness.'
Homeroom Alternate 3; Tennis 3,4.


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JACK ATTIA C.
"Joaquin'
August 29, 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"'Tis good will makes intelligence.
"21" Club 3.4. Intramurals: Basketball 3,4; Soccer 3. Honierooni Repre-
sentative 4: Class Assembly 4: Torrid Zone Wizards.


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ANN MARIE BAAS
"Ann"
August 4, 1944
New York. New York
"If there were more like her. the stock of halos would run out.
Swimming 4. St. Mary's Academy: Christmas Assembly 1.


CHARLES H. BATH III
"Chuck"
June 29, 1944
Stanford, Connecticut
"He stoops for nothing but the door.'
Basketball 1.2.3,4: Football 2.3,4: Baseball 3.4: Track 3.4: "C" Club
3,4: All-Star Palm Bowl Game 34; Soccer 3.4. Letters: Junior Year 4,
Senior Year 4.


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ABEL BORSELLINO
"Abe"
November 23, 1941
David. Republic of Panama
"Worrying is not for lads like me."
"C" Club 2. Intramurals: Soccer 4, Basketball, Track I: ROTC 1.2.5.


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JEANNE LEE BUSS
May 16. 1944
Kenosha. Wisconsin
"A Coquette's April-weather face."
Majorette 4: Majorettes Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4: Homecoming Queen
4. Melbourne High School, Melbourne. Florida: Band 1,2.3: Chorus 2.3:
Annie Get Your Gun 3: Student Council 1,2: G.A.A. 2.3; Newspaper
Staff 1,3: Critique 2.3.


ROBERT AUGUSTUS CHAN
October 3, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Good things are twice as good when they are short."
Dramatics Club: Glee Club 1; Assemblies 2,4: Chess Club 4: Freshman
Vice-President.


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RICHARD VINCENT CHIN
"Rich"
April 27, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart."
"21" Club 3.4. Intramurals: Basketball, Soccer; Senior Assembly: Home-
room Alternate 1.


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LARUE JAY CHRISTOPH
"L J."
December 27, 1944
Margarita Hospital, Canal Zone
"A winsome smile, laughing brown eyes.
Baseball 3: Intramurals: Soccer 3. Basketball 3: Athletic Council 4.


PATRICIA ANN CLARKE
"Tita"
August 1. 1944
Panama City Hospital
"Her hair is long, her eyes are bright, and her smile merry.
Freshman Assembly.


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JOSEPH W. COFFIN
"Jose"
November 15. 1944
New York, New York
"Quiet and shy, but quite a guy."
"21" Club 3.4; Caribe Club 2.3.4; "C" Club 2.5,4; Torrid Zone Wizards:
Football 1.2,3.4; Basketball 3,4. Intramurals: Soccer 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1,2;
Softball 1.2. Class Assemblies 1.2: Homecoming Court.


CAROL JOYCE CORRIGAN
October 16, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Pretty as a picture."
Homeroom Representative 1: Homeroom Alternate 2. Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1,2: Basketball 1,2: Softball 1,2. Class Assemblies 1.2.


SUSAN JANE CORRIGAN
"Sue"
October 23, 1944
Margarita. Canal Zone
"She is the boundless beauty of spring, the blushing rose of
summer.
Caribe Club 1.2,3.4; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4. President 4; Junior Class President:
Junior-Senior Banquet Chairman: Girls' State: Class Assembly 2; Home-
coming Court 4: "21" Club Court 3; Editor of Jamboree Program; Trade-
wind Staff. Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3.4; Volleyball 1.2.3,4; Softball
1.2.3.4, Captain 2. Varsity Tennis 2.3,4. lettered 3. "B" League All Stars:
Basketball 1,2.3,4, Captain 4; Volleyball 1,2,3. Captain 3; Softball 1,2.3.
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LOUIS JOHN DAVIS
"Luke"
October 19. 1945
New York. New York
Work is work and must be done:
But when I work. I have my fun."
Soccer 1.2.3.4: Basketball Intramurals 1.2.3: Baseball 4: Basketball 4:
Track 2.4.


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JANICE KAYE DECK
"Jan"
May 3. 1944
Milan. Indiana
"Success to her who is persistent, industrious. and well-liked."
Caribe Club 5.4: Girls' State 3: Class Assembly 4; Tradewind Editor and
Staff: Journalism Treasurer 4: Freshman Coach for Brawl 4: Quill and
Scroll: S. A. Ways and Means Committee Chairman 4; Campaign Assem-
bly 3. Fort Knox High School. Fort Knox. Kentucky: French Club 1,2;
F. T. A. 1.2: Library Club 1: KAPA 1.2: KAPA Assembly 2. Rising Sun
High School, Rising Sun. Indiana.


DEREK WILLIAM EGGER
"Churchkey"
September 24, 1945
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Never do today what you can get someone else to do tomorrow.
ROTC 5.4: Assemblies.


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JOHN CHRISTIAN EV'ERSON
August 26. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
"The highest of distinctions is service to others."
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2: Soccer 1,2. Assembly 2: Prom Chairman 3:
Class Secretary 3: Football 3; Caribe Club 2,5.4: "21" Club 3.4. Vice-
President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 4; National Honor Society 4: Student
Association President 4. ROTC 2.3.4: Drill Team Commander 3: D.A.
Superior Cadet 2.3: 2nd Best Squad 3; ROA Distinguished Cadet 3;
Outstanding NCO 5: Outstanding M-1 3: Battalion Commander 4.


VICKI FETRLER
June 6. 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Her smile's like the North Star:
It beams on everyone near and far."
Dramatics Club 1.2: Rifle Club 1,2,3: Volleyball Intramurals 3: Assem-
blies 1.2.4: Girls' State 5.


STEPHEN THEODORE FRANKLIN
"Steve"
February 5, 1945
Ocean Side, California
"There is a great deal of oratory in me, but I don't show it out
of respect for Patrick Henry."
Assemblies 1.2.4: Rifle Club 1.2.5.4, Treasurer 3: F.T.A. 1.2: Soccer
1,2.3: Drama Club 1.2,3,4. Plays: A Room Full of Roses, The Whole
Town's Talking. and House Without Windows: Staging, Lighting, and
Sound Effects Manager 4. Honor Society 4.


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MARCUS REGINALD FRENCH. JR.
"Mark"
August 24, 1944
Abilene, Kansas
"Politeness is to do and say the kindest things in the kindest way.
ROTC 3.4: Glee Club 3; Class Assembly 4; Christmas Festival 3: Com-
pany Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4. Paseo High School. Kansas City. Mis-
souri: ROTC 1.2; A Cappella Choir 2; Boys Choir 1,2; Drill Team 1.2.


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ANDREW RICHARD GARCIA. JR.
"Richie"
June 22. 1944
Kinsdon. Alabama
"It is better to be small and cast a great light, than large and not
shine at all."
Football 3,4; Track 3.4: Baseball 3.4; "C" Club 3.4; Homecoming Court
4; Palm Bowl 3,4. Baker High School: Track 2


CHARLES ANTHONY GARCIA
"Charlie"
April 2. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
Born for success he seems."
Orchestra 3.4; Band 3.4: Boys' State 3; Senior Assembly 4. Balboa High
School: French Club 2: Chess Club 1.2: Orchestra 1.2; Noon Orchestra
1.2: ROTC 2.


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BEVERLY LOU GEORGE
"Bev"
January 19, 1943
Colon Hospital, Republic of Panama
"She's little, but so is dynamite."
Drama Club 1.2; Assemblies 2.4: Glee Club 1.2.3; Christmas Festival
1,2,3; Spring Festival 1.2.3:Tradewind and Caribbean Staff.


CHARLENE MURIEL GRAVES
"Char"
October 17, 1944
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Doing easily what others find difficult is talent."
Swimming 1,2.3,4; Letters: 1,2.3,4: Volleyball Intramurals 1.2.3; Assem-
blies 2.4.


EARL WILLIAM GRIGGS
"Bill"
December 12. 1042
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Silence is deep and eternal."
Football 2.3: Track 2,3.4; "C" Club 3.4: ROTC 2,3.4: Lettered:
Football 2.


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LENNARD ALLEN HAKANSON
"Len"
January 14 1943
Brooklyn, New York
"Lankily he lazes through CHS life."
Basketball 1.2,3.4; Varsity 1.2: Tennis 4; Soccer 1.2,3.4: Baseball 4; Band
1.2,3: Orchestra 1,2,4.


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Sr *KAY HAMILTON
"Toughv"
S- December 31. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Jolly, good-natured. full of lun:
*, \If you want a good friend, here is one.
National Thespian Society 3,4: Dramatic Society 3.4; Play: Yes or No 4:














ELIZABETH CAROL HANNA
Liz"
August 12. 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"She's a peppy little example of perfection."
G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Assemblies 2.4: Girls' State 3. Intramurals: Volleyball
1.2.3.4: Softball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2,3.4; Tennis 1.2.3. "B" League:
Volleyball 1,2,3: Basketball 1.2.3.4; Softball 1,2.3. Caribe Club 1.2.3.4:
Homeroom Representative I; Homeroom Alternate 4.


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MARY ANN HARDWICK
"Annie"
January 26. 1945
Colon Hospital. Republic of Panama
"Quiet, but not idle."
Sophomore Assembly.


KATHLEEN FRANCES HEMENWAY
"Kathy"
November 10. 1945
Watertown, New York
"Her voice was ever soft and gentle.
Chorus 4: Tradewind Staff; Sophomore Assembly: Pep Club 4. George
Washington High School, Alexandria. Virginia: Library Assistant 1: Pep
Club 1: Mixed Chorus I: Phi Sigma Lambda Sorority.


VERNA RAYE HILDEBRAND
September 11. 1944
Valdese. North Carolina
"With rosy cheeks and auburn curls
And sparkling eyes and teeth like pearls."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2: Basketball 1.2.3: Softball 1,2. All-Stars: Vol-
leyball 1.2: Basketball 1.2,3; Softball 1.2. G.A.A. 1.2,3: ROTC Drill Team
Sponsor 3; Cheerleader 3: Homeroom Representative 1,5: Athletic Council
2: Caribe Club 1.2; Class Assemblies 1.2.3: Tradewind Staff: Quill and
Scroll.


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EDSALL DEAN HILTY
"Ed"
April 13, 1944
New Cristobal. Canal Zone
"Friends. Romans. Countrymen.
Lend me your homework."
Senior Assembly.


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VIRGINIA HOPE HIRONS
"Skeeter"
April 19. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Sunshine in her smile."


WANDA PEARL HUMMER
September 27. 1942
Fort Worth. Texas
"I have a heart with room for every joy."
Tolar High School. Tolar. Texas: Volleyball; Junior Play; Pep Team Club:
F.H.A. 1.2.3.


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SANDRA HUSTED
"Sandy"
January 4. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Always smiling, always neat:
Forever nice, forever sweet.
Intramurals: Basketball 3.4; Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Softball 3.4. Basketball All-
Stars 3.4: Volleyball All-Stars 3; Softball All-Stars 2. G.A.A. 3.4: Assem-
bly 1.2; Glee Club 1.2.5; Cheerleader 4.


NORMAN ROGER HUTCHINSON
"Rog"
February 4. 1945
Salem. Massachusetts
"Men have died from overwork.
I may live a long time.
Intramurals: Basketball 1.3: Soccer 2.5. Class Assembly 4; Glee Club 1.


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ANA LOUISA JACQUES
"Jack"
September 27. 1943
Panama City. Republic of Panama
"Stately and tall she moves down the hall.
The chief of a thousand for grace.


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PAMELA LEE JOHNSTON
Pam"
July 27, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"She's sparkle and spice and everything nice."
Rifle Club 1.2: Dramatics Club 2: Caribe Club 2.3.4: Nurses' Aide 2:
Homeroom Representative 2; Assemblies 1,2,4: Girls' State. Attorney
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MARY-ESTHER JONES
"Mary"
June 12, 1944
Fort Fairfield, Maine
"A classmate everyone admires:
Her quest for knowledge never tires.
Glee Club: Orchestra: Nurses' Aide Club 2.4. Secretary 3: Caribe Club
3.4. President 4: National Honor Society 3.4. Vice-President 4; SA. Sec-
retary 4: Senior Assembly 4. Intramurals: Volleyball 2: Softball 2,3. Lake
Placid High School: Glee Club 1: Orchestra 1.











SONIA JUNE KANDRIN
"June"
April 20,. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Like the sunshine and shadows on a stream.
Her eyes emit a joyful dream."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1,2.3.4; Softball 1.2.3.4. Assem-
blies 2,4.


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SAMUEL KATZ
"Sam"
June 9, 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Lives, laughs, and loves his way through life."
Class Assemblies 1.2.4: ROTC 1.2.3.4: Tmdewind Staff 4; Basketball
Intramurals 3; Best Company Field Night 1: Third Place Military Achieve-
ment Medal 1: NEDT Diploma: Quill and Scroll; Caribbean Staff;
Dramatics Club 4.


JEANETTE THELMA KIRKLAND
January 26, 1944
Panama. Republic of Panama
"Even though her words are few.
Her sweetness has a golden hue."
Nurses Aide 1.4; Glee Club 1,2.3: Christmas Festival 1.2.3; Spring Fes-
tival 1.2.3: Tradewind Staff.







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JOHN H. KNUEPPEL
December 31. 1943
Sterogen Bay. Wisconsin
"Happy am I; from care I'm free.
Why aren't they all contented like me?"
Football 3.4: Baseball 3.4. Rufus King: Football. Irvian: Football. Gran-
vill: Baseball-Most Valuable Player. Edison: Basketball.


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ANTHONY KUCIKAS lp
"Tony"
September 18. 1944
Panama Hospital. Republic of Panama
"I love work: I could sit and look at it for hours."
ROTC 1.2.3.4: Color Guard 3: Battalion Staff.





















DAVID L. LARRISON
"Dave"
.January 17, 1945
New York. New York
"Why worry about trouble; he'll get along.
His hopes are high and his legs are long."
"C" Club 1.2.3.4; Dramatics Club 1.2; The Whole Town's Tallaing
Track 2.4; Football 4: Track Manager 1: Football Manager 2: Class As-
semblies 1.2,4; Glee Club 1.2.3.4; ROTC 2.3.4; Boys' State 3: S.A.
Campaign Assemblies 1.3; Opening Day Assembly 4; Tradewind Staff:
SHomecoming Program Editor.











JOSEPH LOUIS LAWRENCE
"Joe"
October 20, 1943 .
Rio Pierdras. Puerto Rico
"A great mind hidden in a small being."
Jr. Varsity Basketball Team 3; Senior Assembly 4; Honor Society 4: "21"
Club. Christopher Columbus High School. Miami. Florida: Jr. Varsity
Basketball Team: Debate Team. Fitchburg High School, Fitchburg. Massa-
chusetts. Epiphany School. South Miami, Florida: Basketball Team: Track
Team; Baseball Team.


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STANLEY CHARLES GLENVILLE LEON. JR.
"Charlie"
January 10, 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Life may be really earnest, but it sure is fun."
ROTC 1,2.3.4; NRA 1: Sharpshooter 2nd bar; NRA Annual Cubs
Competition, 3rd place: Best Company Field Night 1: Assembly 2: Bas-
ketball Intramurals 3: Class Assembly 4; Usher Guard Commander,
Battalion Staff: S2 Intelligence.


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CATHERINE MARIE LEWIS
"Cathy"
October 19. 1944
Brunswick, Georgia
"Fashion-wise, expressive eyes, smiling and graceful."
Caribe Club 1,2,3.4: G.A.A. 1.2.5.4. Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3: Junior-
Senior Banquet and Prom Committee Chairman: Class Assemblies 2,4:
Quill and Scroll 4: Journalism Staff Exchange Editor 4; Tradewind Staff
4. Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4: Softball 1.2.3.4;
Volleyball. Basketball, and Softball "B" League All-Stars 1.2.3: Basket-
ball "A" League All-Stars 4: Top Ten 1,2.3.


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JEFFREY LAWRENCE LEON
"Jeff"
April 27, 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"One of our football heroes."
Football 1.2.3.4; Baseball 2,3: Basketball 3,4: Soccer 2,3,4; Canal Zone
All-Stars 3,4: President of "C" Club 4: Homecoming Court 4.









GEORGE WILBER LITTLE 'W t"
Alawishus"
November 16. 1943
Hackensack. New Jersey
"Always happy, always gay:
Just as nice from day to day."
Adjutant ROTC Capt.; Senior Assembly: Football 53 Boys' State 3.






















E JOSEPH McGOFF
"Long John"
SJanuary 8. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, and pleasure
my business."
"C" Club 1.2.3: ROTC 1.2.3: Football 1,2.4: Track 1.2.3,4: Basketball
^"w^ 1.2.3.4; All-Stars 4.













EVELYN ELIZABETH MESSER
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December 15. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama ----
"As merry as the day is long."
Intramurals: Basketball 1.2.3,4; Volleyball 2.3.4; Softball 2.3,4. All-Stars:
Softball 3: Basketball 4.


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KAREN LOUIS MIDDLETON
May 13. 1943
Worcester. Massachusetts
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice.
Tradewind Staff: Senior Assembly: Pep Club: Nurses' Aide: Chairman,
Booster Committee. Graduated from Balboa High School.


EDNA GENE MORALES
"Ed"
January 5. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
'Her laughter and giggles are heard all day,
For she believes in the smiling way.
Glee Club.














MARY ELIZABETH PAYNE
"Betty"
April 24. 1944
Patterson. New Jersey
"Sincere and always kind, a nicer girl is hard to find."
A h Nurses' Aide 1.4; Girls' State 3.


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EUGENE H. PUGH. JR.
"Gene"
December 16. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Leave silence to the saints: I am but human."
Outstanding Cadet M-l: Outstanding N.C.O. M-2: D.A. Award 2: Pres-
ident of Thespian Troupe 21: Senior Assembly. Plays: Room Full of Roses,
The Whole Town is Talking, Assistant Director of House Without Win-
dows.


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ROBERT ALVIN RANKIN
May 10, 1943
Cristobal. Canal Zone
"Time is but the stream I go fishing in.
Soccer 1.2: Football 2.3; Basketball Intramurals 1.2: ROTC 2,3.


GORDON CHARLES REIF
"Gordie"
December 5. 1944
Cincinnati, Ohio
"He will succeed, for he believes all he says."
"21" Club 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1.2.3.4: Caribe Club 2.3.4: Class As-
semblies 2,4: Chess Club 4. Intramurals: Basketball 2. Soccer 2.


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April 18, 1944
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"She was our Queen.
Our rose, our star.
G.A.A. 1,2,3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Class Assemblies 1.2. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4. All-Stars: Volleyball 1.2,3: Basket-
ball 1.2.4. Co-Captain 4: Softball 1.2.3. Lettered: Tennis 2. Top Ten
1.2.3; S.A. Representative 1: Assistant Treasurer of S.A. 3: Class Presi-
dent 2; Homecoming Court 4: Jamboree Queen 4: Tradewind Staff.


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"Polo"
April 18. 1943
Ancon. Canal Zone
"May your joy be as deep as the ocean.
Your trouble as light as its foam."
Baseball 3. Volleyball 3. Basketball 3.


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CHARLES P. RHINE
"Chuck"
December 16. 1942
Omaha, Nebraska
"He bats high in life's league."
Football 4: Track 4; Gymnastics 4: Tennis 4: Basketball 4. Presidio Junior
High: Soccer 1: Science Fair 1: Orchestra 1. George Washington High:
Science Club 2. Marvelwood School: Co-Captain J.V. Soccer Team 5;
Tennis 3: Glee Club 3; Hood-Store Manager 3. Balboa High School:
Chemistry Lab Assistant 3: Track 3.









PHILIP DOUGLAS SANDERS
"Phil"
April 24. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Education is the breath of life, but I'm short-winded."
Rifle Club 1.2; Swimming Team 1: Bowling Team 2. Intramurals: Soccer
1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2,3.4.


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"Ramon"
May 5, 1944
East Orange. New Jersey
We'll remember him as a playful boy
Who filled our world with laughter and joy.
Football 2,5.4: Baseball 2,3,4: Swimming 2.4: Soccer
2.3,4; Canal Zone All-Stars 4.


BEVERLEY ANN SCHROEDER
"Squiffi"
June 20. 1944
Fort Smith, Arkansas
"The spark behind every explosion.
Majorette 4: Majorette Club 4: Basketball Intramurals 4: Nurses' Aide
Club 4: Caribbean Photographer 4; Tradewind Staff 4; S.A. Ways and
Means Committee 4; Homecoming Court 4. Falls Church High School.
J.E.B. Stuart High School. Virginia: Pep Club 2.5; Kiwanas Kapers 3:
Spanish Club 3: Majorette 2.5.


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"Buddy"
February 20. 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Heart as big as the ocean and a smile to match."
Football 2.3.4: Swimming 1.2.5.4; Track 4: Football All-Stars 4; Senior
Assembly; Lettered in Football. Swimming: "C" Club; Homecoming
Dance Sponsor: Freshman Brawl: ROTC 2.3. Cadet First Lieutenant 4;


















LAURA MARIA STRONGMAN
July 19. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
Brimming over with jests and quips, never a sad word on
her lips."
Orchestra 1,2.3.4; Band 1.2,5,4; Assembly 2; G.A.A. 1.2,3.4. Intramurals:
Basketball 1,2.3.4. Captain 2: Volleyball 1.2.3,4. Captain 2; Softball
1.2.3.4. Captain 2. "A" League Basketball 1.2.3.4; "A" League Volley-
ball 2; "A" League Softball 2: Top Ten in sports 1,2.3.










JOANNE FRANCES TANG
"Jo"
May 5,. 1945
Colon. Republic of Panama
. "A girl with beauties very rare;
Bewitching eyes and raven hair."
\ Nurses Aide Club 1.2,3,4. Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. Treasurer 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4: Caribe Club 2.3.4; Dramatics Club 2.3;
Homeroom Representative 1.2; Senior Assembly: National Honor Society
3,4. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Band 1,3.4: Orchestra 1.3.4; Christmas Festi-
val 1,3.4.


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KATHERINE HELEN TAPIE
"Kay"
August 12. 1944
Camp Forest. Tennessee
"Outward quietness, inward sparkle."
Swimming Team; Pep Club; Library 2; Girls' State 3. St. Piux X
Catholic High School. Atlanta. Georgia: Glee Club,


VIRGINIA VALDEZ
"Ginny"
January 19. 1944
Clifton. Arizona
"A gleam of friendly light."
Glee Club 2.;: Pep Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. Monterey Union High
School, Monterey. California: Pep Club.


JEAN VAN DER HEYDEN
March 9, 1945
Ancon. Canal Zone
"And more to her than gold or grain.
The cunning hand and cultured brain."
Caribe Club 2,5.4: Nurses' Aide 1.2: National Honor Society 3.4.
President 4: Chairman. Rings Committee 3: Class Assembly 4: Scholastic
Award 1.2; Caribbean Advertising Award 1: Homeroom Representative
4: Girls' State 3. Intramurals: Basketball 3, Volleyball 3.


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"Speedy"
June 1. 1944
Baltimore. Maryland
_ "-Mischievous eyes and a captivating grin."
tr Intramurals: Soccer 1,2.3.4: Basketball 1,2: Track 2.4.





















MARIE EILEEN WERTZ
"Wertzie
October 10. 1944
Margarita. Canal Zone
"Small. sweet, and neat.
The type we call petite."
Sophomore Assembly: Senior A..r....l\ Intramurals: Basketball 2. Volley-
ball 1,3. Senior Dance: Chainnan. Card Committee.












LAWRENCE TIRRELL WILDER
"Larry"
September 30. 1943
Boston, Massachusetts
"A combinationn hard to beat:
A scholar and an athlete."
"21" Club 1,2,3.4. President 4: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3,4: "C" Club
1,2,5.4, Secretary 4: Honor Society 4: Treasurer S.A. 4. Letters: Base-
hall 1.2.5: Football 3.4: Tennis 5. Baseball: Most Valuable Player 5.






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JAMES RAY WILLIFORD
"Jim"
August 1. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Easy-going, loved by all.
Great in mind. in stature small."
"21" Club 1.2.5.4; Caribe Club 2.5.4: Torrid Zone Wizards 2..4:
ROTC 2.3.4.


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"Big Daddy"
November 6. 1945
Lake Charles, Louisiana
"He puts his trouble in a trunk, sits on the lid, and laughs"
ROTC 1.2.3.4; Battalion Staff 4: Class Assemblies 1.24.


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CLaLt Will and ettament



We, the Senior Class of 1962, being benevolent, affable, unique, but quite
unpredictable, do hereby bequeath our most esteemed possessions to the benefi-
ciaries named below.


MARIELA ALCORIZA-leaves willingly.
JEAN ALLAN-leaves her position as Battalion Sponsor and
cheerleader to any junior girl.
KIT ATKINS-leaves C.H.S. to those who hate bugs, bugs,
bugs . .
ANN MARIE BASS-leaves the sandflies to Laura Dorow..
CHARLES BATH-leaves his seat in room 310 to Terry Slaughter.
JEANNE BUSS-leaves her baton and broken-zippered majorette
uniform to Bernice Hill.
ROBERT CHAN-leaves his place in the lunch line to his sister
Lorraine and his ability(?) to play chess to Ricardo Fong.
RICHARD CHIN-leaves his lunch hour basketball playing to
Jimmy Jones.
LA RUE CHRISTOPH-leaves his cowboy boots to Collin Corri-
gan and Mickey McElhone.
PATRICIA CLARKE-leaves her Opel and long hair to any
Junior girl.
JOSEPH COFFIN-leaves slowly but surely.
SUE CORRIGAN-leaves all the fun she had on "B" League
to Sandy Weigle.
LOUIS DAVIS-leaves with his "Senior Dignity."
JAN DECK-leaves all her running around for the journalism class
to Cuca Cabanillas.
DEREK EGGER-leaves his white "tank" to Robert Corrigan.
JOHN EVERSON-will leave as bewildered and confused as when
he came.
VICKIE FETTLER-leaves all her never-ending homework assign-
ments to Mary Clement and her sister. Gayle.
STEVE FRANKLIN-leaves his offices and the drama groups to
anyone who wants them-and is willing to work.
MARCUS FRENCH-leaves his ability to imitate Dobie Gillis to
any handsome, blue-eyed blond.
SONIA KANDR1N-leaves all future homework and memorization
in English to her brother. George.
SAM KATZ-leaves his ability to correct people who say "mad"
instead of "angry" to Jim Hoverson.
JEANETTE KIRKLAND -leaves her dirty gym socks to Linney
Dugas and Sandy Parker.
DAVID LARRISON-leaves his singing ability and his guitar to
Bob Mosely.
JOSEPH LAWRENCE-leaves his brief case to any lucky girl
needing a new purse.
COLLEEN LAWSON and JEAN VAN DER HEYDEN-leave
their "Community" locker to any "neat" Junior who doesn't
mind cleaning it out.
JEFFERI LEON-leaves his place as "Most Athletic" in the
Hall of Fame to Orrin Clement, his position on the "B" honor
roll to Carla Meehan. and his office as President of the "C"
Club to George Patton.
CATHY LEWIS-leaves the name "Fucil" (Gun) to Margaret
O'Brien.
GEORGE LITTLE-leaves all missed kisses to Zandi Zimmerman.
BILL LI\'INGS'IO\-lease his job as Battalion Supply Sergeant
to any boy not wanting to work too hard.
BRIAN LUTZ-leaves his bow-legs to Colin Corrigan.
CHRIS McCULLOUGH-leaves without the security of a will.
JOSEPH McGOFF-leaves his basketball shoes and his church
key to Elmer Gentry
CHARLES G.ARCIA-leaves his old used rosin and violin to
Macel Washabaugh.
RICHIE GARCIA-leaves his size to anyone crazy enough to
want it.
BE\ERLY GEORGE-leaves her swimming ability to Nancy
Hopkins, Judy Redmond. Linda Benton. and particularly to
her sister, Cookie.
EARL GRIGGS--le.n e his books and best wishes to Vicky Clarke.


KAY HAMILTON-leaves her books to Bonnie Conklin, and her
Spanish knowledge (?) to anyone who can figure it out.
ELIZABETH HANNA-leaves her deserved spot in the
---- --- to some junior.
MARY ANN HARDWICK-leaves her seat at the lunch table
and on the bus to her sister, Jean.
KATHY HEMENWAY-leaves her ability to swim to Jeanette
Hannberg.
EDSALL HILTY-leaves his ability to loaf to anyone who thinks
he can beat him.
WANDA HUMMER-leaves her gym basket to Doreen Baas and
her shower locker to Sandra Parker.
SANDRA HUSTED-leaves her cheerleading position to Diane
Asbury.
ROGER HUTCHINSON-leaves his brother David's weight to
the football team.
ANA JACQUES-leaves her height. 5'9", to anyone who would
enjoy having to look down at people.
PAM JOHNSTON-leaves her position in the Caribe Club to
Wardie Redmond
MARY-ESTHER JONES-leaves the Jones' reputation to Joanne
and James Warren to continue.
EVELYN MESSER-leaves the Advanced Typing Class to any
one who can waste as much paper as she did, and everything
else to her sister, Lavina.
EDNA MORALES-leaves "The Bug" to her little sister, Yvonne.
and C.H.S. to her brother, Ralph.
BETTY PAYNE-leaves C.H.S. to her sister. Millie.
EUGENE PUGH-leaves his seat in algebra and physics to his
brother, and his jokes to anyone who can understand them.
CHARLES RHINE-leaves his grades in physics and American
Institutions to John Lowe.
ELI RING-leaves all his earthly possessions (and some of his
unearthly ones) to anyone who wants them.
RAY SCHEIDEGG-leaves his ability to loaf and get yelled at
during football season to Terry Slaughter.
BEVERLEY SCHROEDER-leaves her good driving skills to Tinker
Hollowell, and her baby-blue Chrysler to Kenny Sanders.
WANDA SCOTT-leaves the "Stromboli" to Benie Hill
GEORGE SLAUGHTER-leaves all the fun he had in C.H.S.
to the last Slaughter there-Terry.
LAURA STRONGMAN-leaves her place as "Most Athletic" in
the Hall of Fame to any one Junior worthy of it.
JOANNE TANG-leaves all the sandflies that have bitten her to
Carmen Fernandez.
KAY TAPIE-leaves the wonderful memories of her senior year
to Jeanette Hannberg and Teresa Alderete.
THERESA WASHABAUGH-leaves all the fun and trouble
she had in C.H.S. to anyone wanting an experience.
TERRY WEBSTER-leaves his motorcycle to Kenny Cooper.
LARRY WILDER-leaves his height to his little brother. Dave.
ROBERT WILLIS-leaves his ability to imitate Rochester to
anyone who wants it.
HOWELL WAYNE-leaves his rank in ROTC to Jack Brayton.
and all the detention he has had in room 310 to Charlotte
Bialkowski.



The following members of the Senior Class leave "nothing to
nobody":
Abel Borsellino, Terrence Bing. Carol Corrigan, Len Hakanson.
Verna Hildebrand, Virginia Hirons, Guy Jones, John Knueppel,
Tony Kucikas. Robert Rankin. Gordon Reif. Hilda Riefkohl. Aide
Rigby, Phil Sanders. Virginia Valdez, Marie Wert.z Jim Williford.


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CUta6 Propltecy


On February 2, 1962, Mrs. Smith remarked
that she would like to know what the members
of the class of 1962 would be doing in ten years.
Well. Mrs. Smith, we hope that this prophecy
will give you some idea.
The demand for engineers in 1972 is greater
than ever. Already among the most brilliant men
of this profession are LARRY WILDER. ELI
RING. GEORGE SLAUGHTER. RICHARD
CHIN. JOHN EVERSON, STANLEY LEON,
JOE COFFIN. ROGER HUTCHINSON. and
RALPH MACINTOSH.
Looking into the booming business world, we
find that DAVE LARRISON is a multi-million-
aire advertising executive. Sharing the credit for
his success are his nine efficient, accurate, and
benign secretaries. They are MARIE WERTZ,
KAY TAPIE, JEANNE BUSS, MARIANNE
HARDWICK, MARIELA ALCORIZA, BEV-
ERLY GEORGE. VIRGINIA HIRONS,
WANDA SCOTT, and JEANETTE KIRK-
LAND. CHRIS MCCULLOUGH is a very
private secretary to a certain chemical engineer,
and KATHY HEMENWAY is a very successful
stenographer.
Looking skyward, one is apt to see SAM KATZ
zip by in his commercial jet. His stewardesses
are BEV SCHROEDER, VICKIE FETTLER,
and CATHY LEWIS.
In politics, we find that STEPHEN FRANK-
LIN won the Presidential election of 1972 by a
landslide. As President of the United States, he
recently appointed PHIL SANDERS Governor
of the Canal Zone. KIT ATKINS has received
notice of his appointment as Secretary of the
Treasury.
In 1972 we find ROBERT RANKIN and
TERRY WEBSTER cruising off the coast of
Iceland in their '$50,000 yacht. LEN HAKAN-
SON has just received the Academy Award for
his performance in "Dracula's Cousin." JOHN
KNEUPPEL is the most outstanding pitcher of
the year. His name was recently entered in base-
ball's Hall of Fame. The great adventurer and
hunter. LA RUE CHRISTOPH, shot the world's
largest skunk in the Congo (Gizenga). PATRI-
CIA CLARKE, the renowned woman bull-fight-
er, has been awarded the ears, the tail, and the
horns of a bull for her great performances. JAN
DECK is now the editor of the Miami Herald.

BETTY PAYNE is a famous biologist, known
throughout the world for discovering a cure for
the common cold. JIM WILLIFORD is busily
shining shoes on Fifth Avenue in New York.


HOWELL WYNNE is a noted poet: ROBERT
CHAN is Panama's Ambassador to the United
States, and VIRGINIA VALDEZ has just sold
one of her paintings for 140,000 piastres. JOE
MCGOFF and CHARLENE GRAVES won
gold medals in the 1972 Olympics. JOE set a
new high-jump record at 12'9" CHARLENE
swam five miles in 1:54.8. EDNA MORALES
is an usher in Carnegie Hall.
CHARLES RHINE and CHARLES GAR-
CIA, Phi Beta Kappa graduates, are now bril-
liant doctors. CHARLES RHINE is a pediatri-
cian and CHARLES GARCIA is a brain sur-
geon. JOE LAWRENCE is a very successful
orthodontist. LOUIS DAVIS is a medical tech-
nician, and JEAN ALLAN is a wealthy psychol-
ogist. PAM JOHNSTON. EVELYN MESSER.
MARY-ESTHER JONES. and JOANNE
TANG are very capable and efficient nurses.
Many of the graduates of 1962 have entered
the teaching profession. VERNA HILDE-
BRAND teaches history: COLLEEN LAW-
SON teaches Swahili; JEAN VAN DER HEY-
DEN is a chemistry professor at M.I.T.; and
KAY HAMILTON teaches kindergarten on the
upper reaches of the Mohangi River. SUE COR-
RIGAN is teaching biology in Ireland, and THE-
RESA WASHABAUGH teaches Mathematics
in West Germany. LIZ HANNA, CHUCKY
BATH. JEFFREY LEON, RICHIE GARCIA,
and ABEL BORSELLINO are physical educa-
tion teachers. Their teams never lose a game
(They are all fixed.)

GORDON REIF is now President of General
Motors. Smoky Bear has an ardent helper. He is
MARCUS FRENCH, Senior Forest Ranger for
the state of Washington. ANA JACQUES is
modeling for Christian Dior in Paris, France.
ANN BAAS is the new bilingual translator for
the F.B.I. GUY JONES and EARL GRIGGS
are business partners. GUY is an electrician:
EARL, a machinist. ROBERT WILLIS is a
veterinarian. CAROL CORRIGAN and WAN-
DA HUMMER are both happily married and
have four children: two boys and two of the other
kind. CAROL and family are living in Australia.
The Armed Forces have gained four brave and
patriotic men: EUGENE PUGH is an Air Force
test pilot, EDWARD GREEN and BILL LIV-
INGSTON are in the Marine Corps, and TER-
RY BING is a sailor aboard the "Good Ship
Lollipop" off the Coast of Madagascar.
Congratulations Class of 1962; your time has
been well spent.


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Elaine
Asbury


Carolyn
Beckley


Robert
Boseman


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Richard
Carpenler


Kathleen
Clancy


Secretary
Cyrus Fields


Karen Sanders
Rene Owen


Treasurer
Karen Sanders


Stuart
Bernstein


William
Boone


Tula
Brown


John
Burns


Diana
Clarke


Bonnie
Conklin















Kenneth
Cooper


Beverly
Dockery


Celia
Cronan


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Linette
Dugas


Nancy
Drohan


Patricia
Daly


Kathleen
DeLapp


Patricia
Ernest


C'q


Carmen
Fernandez


Jose
Fuentes


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Rita
Geyer


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Jeanette
Hanneberg


Tinker James
Hollowell Hoverson


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French








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Richard
Gonzales


Robert
Hauser


John
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Robert
Hammond


Helen
George


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Bernice
Hill


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William
Hull


Jack
Holcomb


Cheryl
Jackson


James
Jackson


Grace
Craig










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Michael
Klasovsky









John
Lowe


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Madison








Yvonne
Morales


Patricia
Kunkel


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Ricky
Maedl


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Fred
Newhard


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Margaret
O'Brien


Richard
Pennington


Diane
Roscoe


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Shiela
Sanders


Miriam
Ramirez


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William
Redmond






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Norman
Scheffner


Patricia
Seaman


Joanne
Jones


Patsy Yvonne
Lee Lelaidier


Rod
MacDonnell


V%.
Carla
Meehan


Andy
Nicolaisen


Sandra
Parker


Tom
Robertson


Diane
Ramsey




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Carolyn
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Slaughter


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NOT PICTURED: Theresa Alderete. George Angle. Doreen Bass. Betty Bertocini. Jack Brayton. Mike
Burza. Amalia Cabanillas. Vincent Canamas. Lance Cheshire. Collin Corrigan. Ted Davis. Austin Gentry.
Roman Gomez. Roy Hall. Harriet Hewitt Mae Jacques. Pierre Leignadier. Robert Mosely. William Nelson.
Lucia Ochoa. George Patton. Albert Pilkerton. Gordon Sanders. Donna Smith. Charles Tobin. Patricia
Van Dyke. William Will. Joseph Wynne.


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Sharick


Carolyn
Smith


Lenore
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Urey


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Zandra
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Charles
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BACK ROW. Lell to Rilgt ,blchael Frale,. William Arhr.on. Victor Tren no. Roberl Martin. Berlram
Ri t:,. E ald Wi\' rg. Per Shipley Jimrmri Jone. Bruce Knueppel. Tom Hic:le. Remaldo Banerai.
Frank Bonrellno CENTER ROW\\' Carol Hankmnton. Ro-emary Rcardon. Suran Stanles Barbara Dtl
Vecrhio. Donna \\illiam;. Charlene .\lirander. lanel Hoer-on FR()INT ROW' Bonnie Wa\rd. Sall.
Ml'ecall. Carol La Cro.I. L.1ih Richmond Eliiabeth L.,-ii. Lorraine Chan




Sophomore

BACK RO\\. Lei io R.iht. Wi\llian, DeSalvo. Harry M urra,. Charles Tapie Ian Klao,.-k. CharlPe
Bialkoi'lA. Frank Ender. Mike Baran,,k. Tad Campbell. Robert Cornrgan Ham. Shield&. Arthur Manikai.
Thoman Heppenheimer Dennis lzquierdo CENTER ROW\ \Wanda Rachal Conchdul Gravei. Susan
lalhies.cn. Bartara O Neal. Naomi Kunlz. Lorraine Urev. .Albrtd \\ilder. Jackie Aldnch 'alene Spi'e.
Laina Nle,-r F'RONT ROW Donna \'ong Blly \While. Laura Dorow. W\rdle Redman. Nancv
Hopkin_

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BACK ROW. Left to Right: Charles Hutton. William Brandt, Gregory Hakanson. George Kandrin.
Michel Belanger. Richard Roscoe. Alberto Arcia. Bill Shotwell. George DeLaGuardia. Donald Perry.
Gary Knueppel. CENTER ROW: Judy Palumbo. Nancy Mitchell. Florence Allen. Macel Washabaugh.
Diane Kubit. Sandra Eckoff. Vaudie Robinson. Nina Chappell, Judy Williams. FRONT ROW: Ray
Ramirez. David Wilder. Jean Hardwick, Vicki Clarke. Edith Steibritz. Connie Lasher. Alex Ramirez,
Mickey McElhone.

CLas o 1964
BACK ROW. Left to Right: Sandra Shore. Alex Heppenheimer. Frank Edgar. Richard Rankin. Everado
Urriola. Joan McGloin. John Lasher. Ralph Bender. Solomon Harris. FRONT ROW: Sandy Tortorici.
Christine Bath, Nellie Patton. Stella Kucikas, Estlle Davison. Virginia Farris. Sharon Nogens.


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BACK RO\'. Lci[ to Right Kathy Parker. Lrry Chnoloph Trrrv Gu(ylon.Chr4 Wren. Fred Knueppel.
Randy Schroeder Blare GiC-on. LuigI MNanloiani. Eddi, Pugh. RckL Il-ing.ton Neal Compton. Cea.ar
Ochoa. (all Bruce CENTER ROW- Sue Rosoe. Judy \\ L.llad. Ellen Peda .. Carimen Valenca.
Jud) Redman. \'irginia Fami. \'olella Fuentes L.ety Sparling FRONT ROW' Cl-o Gounez Becks
Keiter. Pat., Hogan. Bonnie Maquard. Leda \\allbndge. Dcby Franklin Gineer ThLui.... Virginia Auilin




%]rpeihmen

BACK RO\\. Lpll ti R ght Philip Barret. Dick Due n. Chriil. n Illie6. Robert Sanders Lynn Egger.
Albert Mlons. Linda Benlon. Arthur Payne. Carla Chamber.. Miguel Cabeza. Ali.e Link. George Cole.
man. Carry Geddes. Bll Smilh Robert Kapell CENTER ROW Y~onne Colon. l.,rv O'Donnell
Sandr, Strecker. Rila Hedmran. Leda Mare.. Mildred Pane. Sharon Hane. Blanche Jones. V'irgen
Rodnguez FRONT ROW D.ane A.4ur-. Donna \Wer. Linda Treinno. Michelle Goguen. Cathenne
Redman. Jessie \aldez. Edna Forsvthe.


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BACK ROW. Left to Right: Susan Williford. Wayne Seeley, Alexander Gomez. John Alderete, Richard
Cooper. Jimmy Jenkins, Larry Stanford, Mike Reynolds. Robert Zack. Ricardo Fong, Don McCullough.
Fred Linck. James Bedsworth, Richard Hakanson, Nancy De Lapp. CENTER ROW: Kathy Christian-
son. Susan Peterson. Marilyn Roth. Gayle Fettler. Hilda Hotsko, Suzanne Lider. Cheryl Parker. Susan
Buss. FRONT ROW: Margo Stanley. Lita Tigert, Nancy Largent. Bernie Babinecz. Ruth Mason. Rose
Ann Vasquez, Libby Gamboa. Nancy Grech.



CLa of 1965

BACK ROW. Left to Right: Jack Green. Orrin Clement. Santiago Bazan. Ronald Riefkohl, Jon Jorstad.
Andrew Metzgar. Beverly Dreyer. Ruth Limkemann. Linda Beckley, Pam Robertson. John Hotsko. Louis
Austin. Jim Frost. Robert Dockery, Wallace Brians. Dennis Simmons. CENTER ROW: Joanne Walker.
Cathy Fitzsimmons. Amelia Garcia. Judy Paulson, Donna Vache. Diane Arington. Arlene Hannberg.
Janet Clute. Michele Rainier. FRONT ROW: Connie Latto. Elizabeth Sanchez. Sharon Stanley. Maria
Gonzales. Mistie Novak.






















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Need we say more?


Umph!


The Morning Clan


Long, tall Pam

Page 66


Intermission


Aw. Chris!


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"Giggles"


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A4cknowledgqement


am,


We, the students of CHS, proudly acknowledge
our appreciation to Roy Fleming for his hard work and
long and faithful services as head janitor. Roy has been
with CHS for twenty-five years and plans to continue
working here as long as he can. We thank him for his
past endeavors and hope that he will be with us for many
years to come.


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jef Leon


An all-around athlete with a desire to excel, a great competitor with a burn-
ing desire to win, is our Most Valuable Player, Jeff Leon.
Jeff has lettered in football for the past three years. He has done an outstand-
ing job wherever he was asked to play. He has played a different position each
year and has excelled in each of them.
Players and fans will long remember the tremendous job of punting that Jeff
did for the Tigers during the 1061-62 season. His excellent ball carrying and hard
running from the fullback slot was the best in the Canal Zone this season. Jeff,
carrying his number 21, could be seen gaining critical yardage on many occasions.
His play in the United Fund Game against Miami-Jackson won him praises
from Miami players and coaches, plus the praise of his own coaches and players.
It was truly an outstanding performance.
Jeff, we, the students, fans, players and coaches want to congratulate you on
a most successful high school football career. Best wishes from all of us for a suc-
cessful career from here on.


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Co-Captain
Joe Coffin


FOURTH ROW. Lell to Righl Mickey McElhone. Bobby
Hau-rr. Orrin Cleenil. D~.id Wilder. Frank Edgar. Dick
Duean. Charle. Tape. Riclhe Garcia. Larri wilderr John
Loe THIRD ROW Don McCullough. Pe% Shiplev. Poncho
Molt. Ray Scheidegg. Chuck Bath. Pierre Leignadier. John
Church. Mllk Barani,:. Jell Leon. Joe Collin SECOND


Line






f/earm


Co-Captain
Larry Wilder


ROW: Douglas Billison. George Evans. Kenny Karpinski,
John Kneuppel. Albert Pilkerton. George Slaughter, Grant
Smith. Terry Slaughter. George Kandrin. Brian Lutz. FIRST
ROW: Wally Brians. Chris Wrenn. Bob Moseley Richard
Gonzales. John Alderete. Victor Trevino. Jon Jorstad. Dave
Larrison.


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Queen Jeanne the first. Owner of the Flowers. Daughter of the Jewels, Lady of
the Night and Ruler of CHS. Jeanne is gowned in a snowy creation of shimmer-
ing satin, a perfect setting for her blond beauty.


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Princess Hilda Rieflohl-Princess of the
Daisies, Daughter of the Noonday Sun,
Keeper of the Amber Amathyst, wearing
a gentian gold gown; escorted by Brian
Lutz-King of the Guards, Master of the
Bucketheads, and Defender of the Line.


Left to Right: Jeffrey Leon, Bev Schroeder. Rich-
ie Garcia. Sue Corrigan, Buddy Schroeder, Re-


Princess \Vanda Scott Princess
of the Roses, Keeper of the Emer-
alds. Daughter of the Sunrise.
wearing an azure blue gown; es-
corted by Larry Wilder Lord of
the Red and \hite Serfs, Chief
Cleaner of the Uniforms, Head
Runner of the Pitchout.






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Princess Sue Corrigan Princess of the
Lilies, Keeper of the Topaz, Daughter of
the Moon, wearing a galaxy gold gown;
becca Buss, Jeanne Buss, Joe Coffin, Hilda Rief- escorted by Richie Garcia Knight of
kohl. Brian Lutz, Wanda Scott, Larry Wilder. the Golden Armor, Master of the Quar-
terback Sneak, Lord of the Forward Pass.
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Princess Be v e r Iy Schroeder -
Princess of the Orchid, Daughter
of the Evening, and Keeper of the
iM ~Aquamarine, wearing a sea blue
gown; escorted by Jeffrey Leon-
Duke of the Blue Armor, Chief of
the Leftouts and Master of the
Runback.



Lady Rebecca Buss Keeper of the Dewdrops.
Daughter of the Sun; escorted by Squire Buddy
Schroeder Prince of the Football Team, Keeper
Sof the Queen's Crown.


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Mrs. Fattorosi Page 77






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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: John Lowe. Henry Clancy. Alex Ramirez. Jose Fuentes. Jeffrey Leon
(Capt.). Richie Garcia. Ray Ramirez. George Patton. Joe Lawrence. Bill Dockery. SECOND ROW:
Louis McGoff. Nick Brooks. Robert Rankin. Mike Klasovsky. Ron McDonnell. Bill Shotwell. Coyn
Armstrong. Chris Wrenn. George Kandrin. Don McCullough. Austin Gentry. THIRD ROW: Solomon
Heres. Tom Heppenheimer. Terry Webster. Ted Davis. Ken Cooper. Mike Baranick. Charles Bath,
Edward Pugh. Woody Smith. Charles Rhine. Ray Scheidegg.

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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Richie Garcia, Larry Wilder. Mickey McElhone. Don McCullough. John
Sanders. Orrin Clement. Kenny Karpinski. BACK ROW: Ray Schiedegg. Jeff Leon. Rusty Field. Gregory
Hakanson. Brian Lutz. Mike Burza, Chuck Bath. Jack Brayton. Poncho Motta.



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BOTTOM TO TOP: Ann Baas, Michelle Gougen. Josephine
Borsellino. Kay Tapie, Janet Clute, Judy Williams, Charlene
Graves. Judy Redmond. Doreen Baas, Ricky Livingston, Louis
Davis. Dick Dugan. Eugene Pugh, Nancy Hopkins, Linda
Benton.


Tennis 2Teamr


FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Sandy Eckhoff. Judy Palumbo, Sue Corrigan, Nina Chappel. Bernie
Hill. Theresa Washabaugh. BACK ROW: Len Hakanson, John Knueppel, Larry Wilder, Kit Atkins,
Jimmy Jones. Coach Syd Kennon.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobby Hauser. John Lowe. Joe McGoff. Austin Gentry. Joe
son. Joe Lawrence.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Alex Ramirez,
Mosley. Louis McGoff. Bob Sanders.


Chris Wrenn. James Jones, Mike Baranick. Ray Ramirez. Bob


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" e aO,, rfgue FRONT ROW (left to right): Sandy Parker. Jean Allan. Cathy Lewis. BACK ROW: Sandy Edc-
hoff. Evelyn Messer. Theresa Washabaugh. Carl aMeehan, Hilda Riefkohl. Laura Strongman, Amy
Garcia. Harriet Hewitt.


Basketball

B" esLeague
FRONT ROW (left to right): Marcy Wood. Sue Corrigan. Sandy Weigle. BACK ROW: Carol
La Croix, Diane Asbury. Lavina Messer, Elaine Asbury, Judy Palumbo, Bernie Babinecz. Elizabeth
Hanna.


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FIRST ROW (left to right): Sandy Eckhoff. Sonia Kandrin. Sandy Parker. Cathy Lewis. Jean Allan.
Laura Strongman. Theresa Washabaugh. SECOND ROW: Christine Bath. Evelyn Messer. Carla
Meehan. Hilda Riefkohl.


Vo14eybal


U cteague
FIRST ROW (left to right): Elaine Asbury. Nancy De Lapp. Marcy Wood. Elizabeth Hanna. Sandy
Weigle. Sue Corrigan. Nina Chappel. SECOND ROW: Lavina Messer. Judy Palumbo. Bernie Babi-
necz. Betty Lewis.


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Look Mom, we passed.


Cackle Cackle
Cackle, Cackle.


Taking it easyI
Taking it easy


Friends till the end.


Fleas, Sam?


Anxious. Bored?


The race is on.


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Battalion Commander


Battation Staff


Lt. Col. Everson


Maj. Pugh


LEFT TO RIGHT: Capt. George Little (Adjutant). Capt. Ricky Maedl
(S-2). Maj. Jean Allan (Sponsor). Capt. Howell Wynne (S-3). Maj Eugene
Pugh (Executive).


Capt. Little


Honorary Maj. Allan


LEFT TO RIGHT: Honorary Lt. Patsy Lee. Honorary Maj. Jean Allan, Honorary Capt. Jeanne Buss.
Honorary Capt. Chris McCullough.


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FRONT ROW, LAt to RPtil L. Cheshire. C. Gibson. W. Shotwell. J. Alderette. H. Butcher, P.
Lee. V. Trevino. C. Tape. J. Edgar. R. Dockery. BACK RO\\ L. Austin, C. Izquierdo, R. Zack,
R. Martin. S. Ramirez, J. Jenkins, A, Heppenheimer. J. James.


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council


Larry Wilder


FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Don McCullough, Larry Wilder, Elaine Asbury, Mary-Esther Jones.
John Everson. Marcy Wood. BACK ROW: Conchita Graves. Jean Allan, Jack Attia, Sandy Eckhoff,
Robert Hammond, Elizabeth Limkemann, Rick Maedl, Jean Van Der Heyden, Sharyn Nogens.
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Mary-Esther Jones
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Wally Brians. Alex Heppenheimer. Lewis French. BACK ROW: Ruth
Mason. Pancho Motta. Richard Carpenter. Bonnie Marquard.


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national honor Society


LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Wilder. Wanda Scott. Joe Lawrence. Mary-Esther Jones. Stephen Franklin.
Jean Van Der Heyden. John Everson. NOT PICTURED: Elizabeth Hanna. Chris McCullough. Pam
Johnston. Rene Owen. Rick Maedl. Joanne Jones. Harriet Hewitt. Mike Burza.


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Club


FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Wardie Redman, Donna Wong, Susan Stanley. Cuca Cabanillas. Tom
Heppenheimer. Reinaldo Barreras, Rene Owen. Lorraine Chan, Lavina Messer. Frank Borsellino. CENTER
ROW: Jan Deck. Alice Lay. Bernie Hill, Alex Heppenheimer. Valerie Spivey. Andy Nicolaisen. Yvonne
Lelaidier. Diane Kubit. Joanne Jones (Historian). Florence Allen. Wanda Scott (Secretary-Treasurer).
BACK ROW: Virginia Faris. Mary-Esther Jones (President). Rick Maedl. Sandy Eckhoff. Gordon Reif.
Jean Van Der Heyden. Joe Coffin. Lonnie Smith. John Everson, Laura Dorow. Doug Alberga, Pam
Johnston. Cochita Graves.


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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Donna Wong. Cathy Fitzsimmons. Phillip Barrett, Theresa Alderete
(I [rol.rv [rr..,urPrl. Zandi Zimmerman (Preiident). Joanne Jones (Vice-President). Betty Payne, Charlene
Alexander. Alice Lay. CENTER ROW: Lorraine Chan. Connie Lasher, Judy Palumbo. Reinaldo Barreras.
SIr,,lnr.. Allen, Carolyn Smith. Amy Garcia, Louis McGoff. Nina Chapell. Mary-Esther Jones. Bernie Hill.
BACK RU\'O : Ricardo Fong, Nancy Mitchell, Laura Dorow. Tom Heppenheimer. Jim Jones, George
Angle. Arthur Manikes. Douglas Alberga, Sandy Eckhoff. Suzanne Lider, Andy Nicolaisen.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Santiago Bazan. Don McCullough. Douglas Alberga. Dave Wilder.
CENTER ROW: Richard Chin. Joe Lawrence. Jim Williford (Secretary-Treasurer). Larry Wilder
(President). Colleen Lawson ("21" Club Carnival Queen). John Everson (Vice-President). Gordon
Reif. Robert Hauser. Kenny Karpinski. BACK ROW: Jack Attia. Ricky Maedl. Charles Bialkowski.
Pierre Leignadier. Richard Carpenter. Joe Coffin, Mike Burza. Randy Schroeder.


Quill


and


Scroll


FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Wanda Scott. Hilda Reilkohl. Chris McCullough. BACK ROW:
Cathy Lewis. Jean Allan, Sam Katz. Jan Deck. Sue Corrigan.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: George Slaughter, Earl Griggs. Poncho Motta, Larry Wilder. Jeff
Leon, Richie Garcia, John Lowe. Mickey McElhone, Abel Borsellino. BACK ROW: Kenny Karpinski,
Grant Smith. Joe Coffin, Chucky Bath, Mike Baranick, Dave Larrison. Ray Schiedegg, Brian Lutz,
George Kandrin.


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Hi.-'krI Judy Palumbo. Liz Hanna. BACK ROW. lIhresa \VW.l,,uk'h. Carla Meehan, Jean Allan,
Sandy Eckholl. Harriet Hewiln. Laura Strongman, Bernie Hill, NMiry. \\'ood


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Dedication .......................... ..................................... 4
Administration ......................................... ........................... 8
CHS Faculty ........................... ....................................... 9
Seniors .................... ......... .. .............................. 12
Last Will and Testament ........... .............. ...................... 40
Class Prophecy ........... ............... ........................................ 41
Baby Pictures .............................................................. 42
Yuletide Ball ................................ ................................... .. 44
Hall of Fame ............................................................ .... 45
Junior Class ........................... ..................................... 58
Underclassmen ..... ....... ..................... ............. 62
Acknowledgments ............................................... 67
Sports ............................................................. -- 68
ROTC .. ....................................... ..... ................ 85
M music .... ...................... . ... ..................... .. 89
Clubs ............................... ................ ........ 92


Undrcas*e K 1..........~ ___..... 62


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Bernie Babinecz


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ANTHONY KUCIKAS llg
"Tony"
September 18. 1944
Panama Hospital. Republic of Panama
"1 love work: I could sit and look at it for hours."
ROTC 1.2.3.4; Color Guard 3: Battalion Staff.


























S"Why worry about trouble; he'll get along.
His hopes are high and his legs are long."
"C" Club 1.2.3.4: Dramatics Club 1.2; The Whole Town's Tallings
Track 2,4; Football 4: Track Manager 1: Football Manager 2; Class As-
semblies 1.2,4; Glee Club 1.2.3.4; ROTC 2.3.4; Boys' State 3: S.A.
Campaign Assemblies 1.3; Opening Day Assembly 4; Tradewind Staff:
SHomecoming Program Editor.











JOSEPH LOUIS LAWRENCE
"Joe"
October 20, 1943 ..
Rio Pierdras. Puerto Rico
"A great mind hidden in a small being."
Jr. Varsity Basketball Team 3; Senior Assembly 4; Honor Society 4: "21"
Club. Christopher Columbus High School. Miami. Florida: Jr. Varsity
Basketball Team: Debate Team. Fitchburg High School. Fitchburg. Massa-
chusetts. Epiphany School. South Miami, Florida: Basketball Team: Track
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RICHARD VINCENT CHIN
"Rich"
April 27, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart."
"21" Club 3.4. Intramurals: Basketball. Soccer; Senior Assembly: Home-
room Alternate 1.


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"L J."
December 27, 1944
Margarita Hospital, Canal Zone
"A winsome smile, laughing brown eyes.
Baseball 3: Intramurals: Soccer 3. Basketball 5: Athletic Council 4.


PATRICIA ANN CLARKE
"Tita"
August 1, 1944
Panama City Hospital
"Her hair is long, her eyes are bright, and her smile merry.
Freshman Assembly.


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PAMELA LEE JOHNSTON
"Pam"
July 27, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"She's sparkle and spice and everything nice."
Rifle Club 1.2: Dramatics Club 2: Caribe Club 2.3.4: Nurses' Aide 2:
Homeroom Representative 2; Assemblies 1,2,4: Girls' State. Attorney
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MARY-ESTHER JONES
"Mary"
June 12, 1944
Fort Fairfield, Maine
"A classmate everyone admires:
Her quest for knowledge never tires.
Glee Club: Orchestra: Nurses' Aide Club 2.4. Secretary 3; Caribe Club
3.4. President 4: National Honor Society 3.4. Vice-President 4; S.A Sec-
retary 4: Senior Assembly 4. Intramurals: Volleyball 2: Softball 2,5. Lake
Placid High School: Glee Club 1: Orchestra 1.











SONIA JUNE KANDRIN
"June"
April 20,. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Like the sunshine and shadows on a stream.
Her eyes emit a joyful dream."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1,2.3.4; Softball 1.2.3.4. Assem-
blies 2,4.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Jeannette Hannberg. Janet Hoverson. Sharon Stanley. Lorraine Chan,
Elizabeth Sanchez. Leta Tigert. Virgen Rodriquez, Clara Soler. Conchita Graves. Barbara Del Vecchlo.
Libby Gamboa. Debbie Franklin. CENTER ROW: Rebecca Kizer. Valerie Spivey. Donna Wong. Estlle
Davison. Grace Craig. Carmen Fernandez, Diane Kubit. Alice Link. Arlene Hannherg. Carol Hankanson.
Nancy Largent. Leda Walbridge, Cheryl Parker. BACK ROW: Virginia Faris, Rebecca Carrejo. Alice
Lay. Cecelia Dallow. Teresa Alderete, Laura Dorow. Caroline Smith. Sandra Strecker, Doreen Baas.
Nancy Hopkins. Miss McLimans. Carmen Valencia. Jane Fars. Lonnie Smith. Yvonne Lelaidier. Mary-
Esther Jones. Bemice Hill. Rene Owen. Joanne Jones. Mary O'Donnell.


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FRONT ROW Libby Gamboa. Barbara Del Vecchio. Sharon Stanley, Lorraine Chan. MIDDLE ROW:
Susan Stanley. Yvonne Colon. Jeanette fl.nnk.erg Cecelia Dollow. Grace Craig. Valerie Spivey, Donna
W\V,n Alice Lay. Estlle Davison. BACK ROW\: Bernice Hill. Virginia Fars. Teresa Aldrette Laura
Uorow, Yvonne Lelaidier. Rebecca Carrejo, N,.nr, Hopkins, Doreen Baas, Jane Faris. Mary-Esther Jones.
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ABEL BORSELLINO
"Abe"
November 23, 1941
David. Republic of Panama
"Worrying is not for lads like me."
"C" Club 2. Intramurals: Soccer 4, Basketball, Track I: ROTC 1.2.5.


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JEANNE LEE BUSS
May 16. 1944
Kenosha. Wisconsin
"A Coquette's April-weather face."
Majorette 4: Majorettes Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4: Homecoming Queen
4. Melbourne High School, Melbourne. Florida: Band 1,2.3: Chorus 2.3:
Annie Get Your Gun 3: Student Council 1,2: G.A.A. 2.3; Newspaper
Staff 1,3: Critique 2.3.


ROBERT AUGUSTUS CHAN
October 3, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Good things are twice as good when they are short."
Dramatics Club: Glee Club 1; Assemblies 2,4: Chess Club 4: Freshman
Vice-President.


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Mrs. Dorothy Smith. A.B.
English 11 and 12


Mr. Frank Spitzer. B.S.
Mathematics 7 and 8


Mr. James Steams. B.S., M.A.
Spanish


Mrs. Harriet Young. B.S. M A.
English


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B.S.N.. M.A.
School Nurse


Maj. Frank T. Currier
Professor of Military Science


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Drill Team Advisor
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Military I
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JACK ATTIA C.
"Joaquin'
August 29. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"'Tis good will makes intelligence.
"21" Club 3.4. Intramurals: Basketball 3,4; Soccer 3. Honierooni Repre-
sentative 4: Class Assembly 4: Torrid Zone Wizards.


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ANN MARIE BAAS
"Ann"
August 4, 1944
New York. New York
"If there were more like her, the stock of halos would run out.
Swimming 4. St. Mary's Academy: Christmas Assembly 1.


CHARLES H. BATH III
"Chuck"
June 29, 1944
Stanford, Connecticut
"He stoops for nothing but the door.'
Basketball 1.2.3,4: Football 2.3,5: Baseball 3.4: Track 3.4: "C" Club
3,4: All-Star Palm Bowl Game 34: Soccer 3.4. Letters: Junior Year 4,
Senior Year 4.


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Compliments


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With Sincere Good Wishes
to the Class of '62
MARGARITA FLORIST
Bonded F.T.A. Members


CRISTOBAI.


PHONE 3-1916


Compliments of
THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK
Branches at:
Panama, Republic of Panama
Colon, Republic of Panama
Balboa, Canal Zone
David, Republic of Panama
Chitre, Republic of Panama


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KATHERINE HELEN TAPIE
"Kay"
August 12. 1944
Camp Forest. Tennessee
"Outward quietness, inward sparkle."
Swimming Team; Pep Club; Library 2; Girls' State 3. St. Piux X
Catholic High School. Atlanta. Georgia: Glee Club,


VIRGINIA VALDEZ
"Ginny"
January 19. 1944
Clifton. Arizona
"A gleam of friendly light."
Glee Club 2.3; Pep Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. Monterey Union High
School. Monterey. California: Pep Club.


JEAN VAN DER HEYDEN
March 9. 1945
Ancon. Canal Zone
"And more to her than gold or grain.
The cunning hand and cultured brain."
Caribe Club 2,5.4: Nurses' Aide 1.2: National Honor Society 3.4.
President 4: Chairman. Rings Committee 3: Class Assembly 4: Scholastic
Award 1.2; Caribbean Advertising Award 1; Homeroom Representative
4; Girls' State 3. Intramurals: Basketball 3, Volleyball 3.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Santiago Bazan. Don McCullough. Douglas Alberga. Dave Wilder.
CENTER ROW: Richard Chin. Joe Lawrence. Jim Williford (Secretary-Treasurer). Larry Wilder
(President). Colleen Lawson ("21" Club Carnival Queen). John Everson (Vice-President). Gordon
Reif. Robert Hauser. Kenny Karpinski. BACK ROW: Jack Attia. Ricky Maedl. Charles Bialkowski.
Pierre Leignadier. Richard Carpenter. Joe Coffin, Mike Burza. Randy Schroeder.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Wanda Scott. Hilda Reilkohl. Chris McCullough. BACK ROW:
Cathy Lewis. Jean Allan, Sam Katz. Jan Deck. Sue Corrigan.


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Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rice
Mr. and M1rs. F. A. Newhard
Carol D. Newhard
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Fortner
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hammetter
Dr. Vestal L. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy P. White
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Metzgar
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Clute
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Redmond
Mrs. Greening
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hicks
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Aldrich
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Kunkel
Sgt. Otis J. Hull
Mr. B. R. Mazzoni
Capt. and Mrs. J. Finley Meehan
Malcolm Lider
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Burke
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Holcomb
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Vaule
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fontaine
James W. Shobe
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Paulson
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wood
R. D. Valentine
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Klasovsky
W. M. Deaton
G. A. Lasher
J. P. Lasher
George B. Vinal
Milton E. Stone
Friend
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Lloyd E. Stevens
Mrs. Jack E. Smith
Mr. J. M. Vandergrift
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wertz
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bruce
Mrs. B. W. Paden


Mrs. Josefine Donoso
Mrs. E. W. Schroeder
Mrs. Wm. B. Seely
Mrs. Loyla Jacome
Mrs. Janet Murga
Capt. Anthony Duarte
Lt. Col. Justin Zack
Lt. Col. Robert H. Strecker
Mrs. W. J. DeSalvo
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Vias
Mrs. W. G. Laurie
Capt. and Mrs. Morin
Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Walace
Mr. and Mrs. Swearingen
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Argo
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Willoughby
W. A. Van Siclen
Milton Lee Nash
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Paterson
Mrs. Cleo Burns
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Pennington
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shore
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Compton
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Baldwin
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilkinson
Capt. A. C. Cherry
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bailey
Capt. and Mrs. S. F. Mason, III
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ramsey
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stephenson
Mr. Roland Casanova
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ambelang
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Hamlin, Jr.
Edward B. O'Brien
Mr. and Mrs. Lealand A. Larrison
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Chambers
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. March
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weigle, Jr.
James F. McGloin
Mrs. Ernest E. Faris


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BACK ROW. Left to Right: Charles Hutton. William Brandt, Gregory Hakanson. George Kandrin.
Michel Belanger. Richard Roscoe. Alberto Arcia. Bill Shotwell. George DeLaGuardia. Donald Perry.
Gary Knueppel. CENTER ROW: Judy Palumbo. Nancy Mitchell. Florence Allen. Macel Washabaugh.
Diane Kubit. Sandra Eckoff. Vaudie Robinson, Nina Chappell, Judy Williams. FRONT ROW: Ray
Ramirez. David Wilder. Jean Hardwick, Vicki Clarke. Edith Steibritz. Connie Lasher. Alex Ramirez,
Mickey McElhone.


CLas o 1964

BACK ROW. Left to Right: Sandra Shore. Alex Heppenheimer. Frank Edgar. Richard Rankin. Everado
Urriola. Joan McGloin. John Lasher. Ralph Bender. Solomon Harris. FRONT ROW: Sandy Tortorici.
Christine Bath, Nellie Patton. Stella Kucikas, Estlle Davison. Virginia Farris. Sharon Nogens.


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BACK ROW. Left to Right: Susan Williford. Wayne Seeley, Alexander Gomez. John Alderete, Richard
Cooper. Jimmy Jenkins, Larry Stanford, Mike Reynolds. Robert Zack. Ricardo Fong, Don McCullough.
Fred Linck. James Bedsworth, Richard Hakanson. Nancy De Lapp. CENTER ROW: Kathy Christian-
son. Susan Peterson. Marilyn Roth. Gayle Fettler. Hilda Hotsko, Suzanne Lider. Cheryl Parker. Susan
Buss. FRONT ROW: Margo Stanley. Lita Tigert. Nancy Largent. Bernie Babinecz. Ruth Mason. Rose
Ann Vasquez, Libby Gamboa. Nancy Grech.



CLa of 1965

BACK ROW. Left to Right: Jack Green, Orrin Clement. Santiago Bazan. Ronald Riefkohl, Jon Jorstad.
Andrew Metzgar. Beverly Dreyer. Ruth Limkemann. Linda Beckley, Pam Robertson. John Hotsko. Louis
Austin. Jim Frost. Robert Dockery, Wallace Brians. Dennis Simmons. CENTER ROW: Joanne Walker.
Cathy Fitzsimmons. Amelia Garcia. Judy Paulson, Donna Vache. Diane Arington. Arlene Hannberg.
Janet Clute. Michele Rainier. FRONT ROW: Connie Latto. Elizabeth Sanchez. Sharon Stanley. Maria
Gonzales. Mistie Novak.



















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1962 Caribbean Staf


E ditor................................................................................................................................. C hris M cC u IIou gh
Assistant Editor............................................................................................... Wanda Scott
Business Manager ...................................................................... ...................................... Sam Katz
Assistant Business Manager....................... ................................ ....... George Slaughter
L iterary E ditor.......................................................... ........................................................ .. Sue C orrigan
P photographer ...................... ............... .................................................................................B ev S chroeder
Student A dvisor.............................................................................................................. Louis Fattorosi
Jan Deck Dave Larrison
Beverly George Cathy Lewis
Kathy Hemenway Hilda RiefkohI
Verna Hildebrand Marie Wertz
Jeannette Kirkland
Junior-Senior Pictures by .................................................. ................................Finlayson Studio
Other Photographs by.............................................. Sgt. Marcel C. Van Der Hoeven
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The Caribbean Staff wishes to extend its sincere thanks
to all those people who have made the 1962 Caribbean year-
book possible.
We hope that you enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed
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STANLEY CHARLES GLENVILLE LEON. JR.
"Charlie"
January 10, 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Life may be really earnest, but it sure is fun."
ROTC 1,2.3.4; NRA 1: Sharpshooter 2nd bar; NRA Annual Cubs
Competition, 3rd place: Best Company Field Night 1: Assembly 2: Bas-
ketball Intramurals 5: Class Assembly 4; Usher Guard Commander.
Battalion Staff: S2 Intelligence.


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CATHERINE MARIE LEWIS
"Cathy"
October 19. 1944
Brunswick, Georgia
"Fashion-wise, expressive eyes, smiling and graceful."
Caribe Club 1,2.3.4: G.A.A. 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3: Junior-
Senior Banquet and Prom Committee Chairman: Class Assemblies 2,4:
Quill and Scroll 4: Journalism Staff Exchange Editor 4; Tradewind Staff
4. Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4: Softball 1.2.3.4:
Volleyball. Basketball, and Softball "B" League All-Stars 1,2.3: Basket-
ball "A" League All-Stars 4: Top Ten 1,2.3.


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JEFFREY LAWRENCE LEON
"Jeff"
April 27, 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"One of our football heroes."
Football 1.2.3.4; Baseball 2,3: Basketball 3,4: Soccer 23,.4; Canal Zone
All-Stars 3,4: President of "C" Club 4: Homecoming Court 4.









MARY ANN HARDWICK
"Annie"
January 26. 1945
Colon Hospital. Republic of Panama
"Quiet, but not idle."
Sophomore Assembly.


KATHLEEN FRANCES HEMENWAY
"Kathy"
November 10. 1945
Watertown, New York
"Her voice was ever soft and gentle.
Chorus 4: Tradewind Staff; Sophomore Assembly: Pep Club 4. George
Washington High School, Alexandria. Virginia: Library Assistant 1: Pep
Club 1: Mixed Chorus I: Phi Sigma Lambda Sorority.


VERNA RAYE HILDEBRAND
September 11. 1944
Valdese. North Carolina
"With rosy cheeks and auburn curls
And sparkling eyes and teeth like pearls."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2: Basketball 1.2.3: Softball 1,2. All-Stars: Vol-
leyball 1.2: Basketball 1.2.3; Softball 1.2. G.A.A. 1.2.3: ROTC Drill Team
Sponsor 3; Cheerleader 3: Homeroom Representative 1,5: Athletic Council
2: Caribe Club 1.2; Class Assemblies 1.2.3: Tradewind Staff: Quill and
Scroll.


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Pas. 4 :J)edicalion For his patience throughout our high school years and for the endless efforts he has put forth in guiding us on our way to success. we, the Senior Class of '62, gratefully dedicate the 1962 Caribbean to Mr. Carl E. Maedl. May he accept this dedication as a symbol of our lasting gratitude.

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Mi ss Adarnary A n d erso n B A . M A A m ericn n I n s titut ions U. S H i story s rVliSs H ele n Johns t o n B A .. M A .. libraria n Lib rary Traini ng .-Ric hard V\/. Bock SA. Adva nced A l g e bra a n d T rigo n o m e try PI[lll e and Solid Geometry i'lrs. V ern Fo lsom. A B. L A Busine ss EduC{llioll Typi n g and Short l wlld Mod e m B u siness M r Eug e n e G r egg. A .A. B A i' 'l. A Social S tudies f'-lode m V orld H i s t o r), Ir. O s wa l d E. J ors t ad. B A .. S M M A C h o ru s O r c hest ra Ba n d rvlr s i'l arga r et F allorosi. B .A. P llysicol Educ atio n f\-lrs. Anne G r egg. B A .. f'-I.S Latin. F r e n c h. Sp...nis h M r Da\'id I ngram. B.s.. f'-'l.Ed J-Ieolth Ph ysica l Ed u ca tion f'-1rs. Et h e l M Laurie. B A . M A A rithmet ic General l alhema lics j\ l r louis J Fatt o rosi. BA. M .Ed. E n glis h J o urn a l i s m Alfhi l d SA Engli sll Pag e 9

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:-'Ir Carl B .A . Co unsel o r Guidance l iss Sophie M c Umans. BS. H o u se h old Arts Mr J ames H. Pfau. R S .. M .A C h emis try P h ysic. Mr . S t ella R.efkohl. BA MA. poni h Page 1 0 Jame s Mallingly. f\'l.A. Socia l Stu di es E l e m e ntary a nd A dvanced f\1cchaniC<'l1 D r awing f\'\r. P au l Moser B S Education Health Mrs Grace Pf au. B.S .. rvl.A Specia l E ducation Mrs Y o l anda 11A. Spanis h Mr. B e rna r d f\181:1:oni. !'tEd. A lgebra Mathe m a tics rvlr J a mes D Norma n B S .. tvl S Bio l ogy Gen era l fvl nthemalics M r C h a r l es T. R eeves B A .. B S M A \Voodwork, Gen era l S h op. !,1athe m atics D rive r s Traini n g Miss Na ncy ScOIi. B .A .. M .A. Early W o r l d H i story E n glis h !"I r Rob e r t !,1 cCullogh BS.. M.A. Socia l S tudies Earl y \ Vo r l d H i s tory Luke Palumbo. B S Genera i Sci e nce J a m es Rice. B.F .A .. rv1.E d A rt. Englis h M 10.,,1 S i mric k "1

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i\1 r s Dorothy S mith. A.B Eng l i s h 11 and 1'2 i\l iss EIi:r.ab cth E J'hush. B S N .. IVI.A School Nurse Mr Frank S pit'Zcr B S iVl uthe n mtics i and 8 i\l a j Frank T. C urri e r Professor of lvlililary Sci e nce Mr. James S teams. B .S. !'-I A Spani s h Sgt. M e l vin Blackburn Drill Team Ad"isor Comp a n y 'E" Advisor Mrs. H arrie t Y o une B S. ro.l A Englis h Sgt. Th omas tvlelcalf M i l itary I Company F Ad\'is o r Page 11

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P age 1 2 Senior ---1962 WANDA DELL SCOTI Scottie" Jul y 22. 1 944 Fori W o rlh T exas "Winso m e i s s h e. adorahle too, A cute personality-that's Scotti e ror you." Caribe C lub 1.2.3.4. Sec r e l a ry-Treas ur e r 4: Nalional H o n or Societ y 4: C l ass Assemblies 2,4; Homecoming Court 4: C lass Pr es id en t 4: Journ a l i s m Sec r e t a r y 4; H o m e room Represent ative 3: Public Relations Committ ee 4; Campaig n Assembly 3: Tradewind Edilor and Siaff 4: Quill and Sc r oll.

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COLLEEN MAR Y LAWSON Marc h 29, 1 944 Col on, R e publi c o f Panama "Sh e weaves silver thread s into th e r abric o f m e m o r y." In tramura l s: B as ketball I Volleyball I, Softball I, Bow l ing 2; C l ass Assemblies t ,2; C l ass Offices; Secretary-Treasurer 1,2; Vice-Pr es id ent 3,4; G irl s' S t a t e 3; Libr a r y 2; O r c h e s tra I. THERESA ANN WASHABAUGH W as h August 21, t 944 Margarita. Can a l Zone Secrefar'J SUSAN C HRI S i'1cCULLOUGH April 9, t 944 Fayetteville. North Carolin a "Full of vi m vigor, a nd vita lit y Caribbean Edito r 4; Trodewi nd S taff 4; C l ass Assemb l y 4; ROTC Sponsor Company "E" 4. C l ass Offices: Secre t a r y 4. Junior.Seni or P rom, Tabl e D ec orat i o n s C h a i rman: Quill a nd Scr oll 4. :J,.eajurer H e r spirit i s lik e a t ea k e ttle-al ways bubbling ove r ." Seni o r C lass Treasur er: Girls' Athl e ti c Association 2.3.4. Intramur a l s: Volleyball 1,2 3,4; B as k et b all t .2.3.4; Softball I, 2.3.4. B League; Volley b all 2. Baske tb all 2. Softball 2. A L eag u e; V olleyball 1.4; Bas ketball 3.4; Softball 2.4. Top Ten 2.3; C l ass Assemb l v 2. F reshman A ll-St ars; Ba s k e tb all. Volleyball. Sof tball. Orch es tr a 1,2.3; G irl s' Stat e 3. Page t 3 1-________________ --'

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JEAN E LI ZABETH AllAN Jeanie" Augus l 21. 1944 M a rgarita. Canal Zo n e ALCOR IZA "Mary" Februar y 21. 194 3 Col o n Republic of P a nama "Senten ces f ail whe n o n e wor d i s complete: sweel." Volleyball. Bask etball. Softball. G.A.A .. Sophomore Assembl y "Fro m the t o p o f h e r h ca d t o th e lip o r h e r l oes The impressi o n o f neatn ess a nd [ o \ 'e l iness grows:' G irl s' S l a t e 3; H o m e r oo m Reprcsentalive 1,3.'1 : Homeroom Altemate 2; A sse mblie s 1 .2: VicePresid e nt Soph o m o re C l ass I ntramura l s: V olley ball, Bas k e tball. Softball 1.2 C heerlead e r 3.4: G A.A 1.2,3.4: Cari b e C lub 1.2 .3. Vi ce Pr es id en t 4 ; ROTC B a ttalion Spon so r 4: Chairm a n Publi c R e l alio n s Comm itt ee: Natio n a l H o n o r Socie t y 4 : Tmdewind Edito r C H R ISfOPI-lER WARD ATKINS "Kit" Augus t 4, 1 9 14 New I.o n don. Conn e cti c ut "Thal rare qual i l)': s h y n ess." H om e roorn Alterno l e J : T e nni s 3,4 '-_________________ ---' Pa ge 1 4

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JACK ATriA C Jouquin 29, IQ4 Colon. R epublic o r P unuilia good will IIIftkcs int elligence" "21 Club 3.4 I ntramura l s : Bas k e tb.,lI 3.4 Socce r 1 H o m eroo m R c pr c se nt t .jj\, c 4 C l a ss Assembl y 4 : T orrid Zone \Vi,..,rd s CIIARLES 1-1 BATI I III "Oru c k June 29. 1 944 Stanfo rd Conn ec1ic ul H e sloops rOT n o lllin!.! hut the door ANN BAAS "A.nn" A u gu s t 'I. 1 944 New Y ork. New Y ork If th e r e \\ c r c !Ho r e lik e h e r tile s i oc k of h a l os w o uld ru n o ul Swillllllin g 4 St r.,' l ul'),"s Academy; Chri s lma s A sse mb l y I BftSk e lb all 1 ,1.3.'1: F oo lball 2.3.,1 ; B ase ball 3.'1: Trac k 3.-1: "C" Club 3.4 ; AIISlar Palm Bow l Game 34 : Socce r 3 L.cUe r s Junio r Y eo T 4. St:!nior Y ea r
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lEA E LEE B USS May 16. 1944 K e n os ha, W i sco n s in A Coqu ette's A p r i l wea t h e r f a ce A B E L B O RSEUJNO Abe Novembe r'lJ, 1 94 1 D a v i d R e p ubli c o f PorUlIIIU i s n o t f o r l a d s lik e m e .. C' Club 2 Intmmural : Soccer 4 B as ketb all. Tra c k I : R O T C J,'l.J. Majoretle 4 : M a j o r ettes Clu b 4 : ROT C Sponsor 4 : H o m ecoming Q u e e n 4 Melbourne High Sc hool. Me lbou rne Flo r ida : B a nd \. 2 3; C h oros 2 .J: Annie G e l Your Gun J : S tude n t Cou nci l 1.'2: G A A 2,3 ; e w s paper S t a ff I,J: C riliq u e 2 J RO B ERT AUGUSTUS U l AN Octob e r J, 1 9 1 4 Colon. R e p ubl i c o f P o n anm "Good things M e I wi ce as good w h e n t h e y nre sl.ort," Drama tics C lub : G l ee C l u b 1 : Assembli es '2.4: C hess C l u b 4 : F r es h man Vice P r es i d e n t Pag e 16

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R I C H ARD V I NCENT C HI N "Ric h April 2i. 1914 Co lon. R epublic o f Pfln(lrno. T h e rnild es l m a nn e r find th e gc nlles l heart : "21 Club 1.4. I n lr a mural s : B as kelb all. Socce r : Senior A ss e mbl y : H o meroom Alterna t e 1. PATR I C I A ANN ClARKE "Tita" A ugus t I 1944 P a nama Cit y H o s pita l LARUE JAY C HRI STOP H L J.'" D ecembe r 27. 1 9 44 Margarila H os pital. Ca nal Z o n e "A winsome smil e llu ghi n g brown eyes:' B a se ball 3 : l n l ramura l s : Soccer J, Bask etball 3 : A thl etic Council 4 H e r h a i r i s l o ng, h e r e y es n r e bright a nd h e r s mil e m e rry Freshman A ssembly, Page 1 7

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-CARO L J O YCE CORRI GAN Octobe r 16 194' l\ 1 o r gari l a. Cana l Zon e 'Prett y as a picture." JOSEPH W CO FF I N Jose" No\'emixr IS. 1944 New Y ork. i\'C\\ Y ork "Qui et and s h y. hut quite a g u)'. "21 Club 3.4: Carib e C l ub 2.3.4: "C" C l ub 2,3.4: T orrid Zone vVirord s: Footb all 1,2.3.4: Bask e lb a l 13.<1. In ramural s: Soccer 1.2.3.<1; Ba s k e tbal l 1.2 : SofibalJ 1.2. Class A sse mb l i es 1.2; H o m eco ming Court H omeroom Represe nt ative I : H omeroom Altemate 2 Intramura l s: V olley. ball 1 ,2: Ba s ketball 1 .2: So ftb all 1,2. C l ass A sse mblie s 1.2. SUSAN JA E CORRIGAN "Sue" October 23. 1944 I' l a rg o r i tn. Con a l Zone "Sh e is th e boundl ess beautv of s prinll. th e blu s hing r ose of Carib .: Club 1.2.3.4: G .A.A 1 ,2.3.4. President 4: Junior C lost: President : JuniorSenior Banqu e t C h .. inmll1: Gir ls' Siot e: Class Asst!l1Ibly '2: Hom e co ming Court 1 ; "21 C lub Courl 3: E( l i l o r o r JOlllbor ec Progmnl : Trade w incl S Iarr I"Imlllu m l s: Brtsk c 1ball 1 .2 ,J,4 : V olleyball 1.2.J.4: Softb.'"I1I 1 .2 ,J,4. Cap 1 ai n 2 Va r s ity T e nnis 2.J.'1. l ellcred J BOO Lehgu e All S tars: Basl.:e1ball 1.2,J.1. Cap10in 4 V olI')'60/l 1.2.J, Capl ain 3: Sof, iu l/l 1 .2,3 Quill and roll Page 18

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L OU I S JOI-I DAVIS "Loki" O c t obe r 19, 1943 New YOlk, New York "\Vork i s work a n d mu s t be d o ne: Bul w i e n I wor k I hflVe m y fun. Socce r 1.'l.lA: B&sk e l hall Inlramurals 1,'1.3 : B aseball I ; Bask e tball 4 ; Tra c k '1,' DERE K W I LL I M I E GGER "Churchkey" Sep t e mb e r 2 '1. 1943 Col o n R epublic o f P a n a m a JA N ICE KAYE DE C K J a n 3. 1 9 ,14 Mil a n I n di n n a I "Su ccess t o h e r w h o is p e r sis t e nl. i ndus tri ous. nn d well. lik e d:' Caribc Cl ub >,4; Girl s' S l a t e 3 : C l ass Assembl y 4 ; Trodcwinll Edito r and 5 1 011': Journl l i s l H Treasure r 4 ; Fres hm a n Coach for Brawl 4 : QU ill and Scroll: S A \"' o)'s a nd r-.lean s Committee C h a irman 4; Campaign A ssembly } F ort Knox High Scbool. F ori Knox. Kentucky: Fre n c h Club 1 .2: F 1'. A. 1.'2: l...ibrary Club : KAPA 1.'1: KAPA Assembly 2 Rising Sun H i g h Sc hool. Rising Sun I ndiana "Ney e r d o t oday w h a t you ca n 'let so m eo n e el se t o d o t omorrow" ROTC 1.'1: A sse mbli es. Page 1 9

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V I CKI FElTLEK June 6, 1944 Anea n. Can a l Zon e H e r smil e's lik e th e Nor th S l a r ; It o n everyo n e n ea r a n d far."' JOH N C HRI STIAN EVERSON August '26. 19 4 4 A ncen Canal Z o n e 'The highes t of dislin ct i o n s i s se rvic e t o othe rs." Inttamural s: Ba s ketball 1,'2: Socce r \,2 A sse mbl y 2: Prom Chairman 3: Class Secre t ary } Footb a l l 3 : Caribe C lub 2.3. 4 : "21" Club 3. 4 V icePres idenl 4 : T o rrid Zon e Wizards 4 : Natio n a l H ono r Socie t y 4 ; S tud e nt Association Pres id e nt 4 R O T C 2.3.4: Drill Team Comm ande r 3: D A S uperi o r eade l 2 .'): 2nd B es t Squad J: ROA Dis t in guis h e d Cad et :;: O ut s t a ndin g NCO 3 : Out s t a nding M-II J: B attalio n Command e r 4 Dram atics Club 1.2: R ifle C lub 1.2.3: Vollevb all InlTamural s :;: Assem blies 1.2,4: Girls' S l a l e J S TEPHE N TH EODORE FRA N KLI N "Sieve" F e bruary 5, 1 945 O cea n S ide, California "The re i s a g rea t deal of o ratory in me, but I don', s h ow it oul o f r es p ect for P atric k H e nry:' A sse mbli es 1.2.4: Rine C l u b 1.2,l,4, Treas u re r l: F .T.A, 1 ,2; Socce r 1,2,l; D ra m a Club 1.2.l.4, Pl ays: A Room Full o f Ro ses, The WllOle Town's Talking. and H OUSe! \Vi/houl \Vindows: S t a ging, l...i:ghting, an d Soun d E Hecb 4 H o nor Socie t y 4 Page 20

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MARCUS REGINAL D FRENCH JR. "Mar k A u g u s t 24. 1944 Abi l e ne. K a n sas P olile n ess i s 1 0 d o a nd suy t h e k ind es t thing s i n th e k inde s t way, R O T C 3.4 : G l ee Club 3 : Class A sse mb l y 4 : C i lfi s ima s F es t iva l 3: Com pany S l a rr 4 : T [ u
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C H AR LE N E MUR I EL G RAVE S "Char" October 1 7 1944 Gor gas H os pital. Can a l Zone BEVERLY LOU GEORGE B e,," January 19, 1943 Col on Hospit al, Republ ic o r Panamn "She s litt l e but so i s d y n
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LENNARD ALLEN H AKA NSON ""Lon J o nunr y I 1 9 Brooklyn. New Y ork '_ank;I) I.e Il.rough CI-IS life:' Baskclb nll 1,2.3.-1 : V H S ll v 1.'2. T e nn i s I ; Socce r 1 .2.3.-1: Basc b nll 1 ; Band 1.2,J: O r c heSlnt 1.2,'1 ELIZABETH CARO L HANNA L.;l." Aug u s 12. 194" Col o n. R epublic of P o rmma KAY J-IMIILTON T o u g hy" DLcembe r 31. 19 1 3 CQl o n R epublic o f P ftll
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KATHLEEN FRANCES IIEMENWAY K a thy" Nov e mber 10. 19 4') Wate rtown. New Y o rk H e r v o ire wtl s ever .. oft and ge ntle:' ANN HARDW I C K "Annie" J anua ry 26. 1 {)4} Colon Hospilnl. R e publi c of Panam<1 'Qui e t but not idl e So phom o r e A sse mbly Chorus 4 ; Tr(lclewinJ S t arr: Soph o mo r e A sse mbl y: Pep Club 'I. George "Vashi ngton High &1.001. A l exa ndri a. Vi rgin ia : Lbrary A ss i s l anl 1 : P e p C lub I : Choru s I : Phi SigmB lambda Sorority. VERNA RAYE H ILDEBRAND Septemb e r II. 1 9 1 4 Vcaldese. North Corolin n "'t'nd" I S pon so r 3 ; Cheerleode r 3: H o m e room R cprescllt n t i\' c 1 ,3 : Athl e tic Council 2 : Caribe C lub 1 .2: C l ass Asseillblies 1 ,2,3 ; T mdew ind Slarr; Quill an d Sc",11. Page 24

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WANDA PEARL H UMMER Sept ember 27. 1942 F ort Worth. T eX8 S EDSALL DEA N HILTY "Ed" April I }, 1 94 1 New Cri5 1 0 6rol. Can n l Zon e 'Friends R o m a n s Countrym e n Lend m e your h o m e work Senio r A sse mhl y VIRG I NIA H OPE HIRON S "Skeel e r April 19, 1 9 4 1 Co l on. R e public o f Pana m a "Sunshin e in h e r s mil e ." have 8 h ea with r oom for eve ry joy. T o l a f High Sc hool. T o l a f Tuos: V olleyball : Junio r Play; P e p Team Club: F.H.A. I.V. Page 25

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NOR MAN R OGE R H LJrCHIN S ON "Ro g F ebruArY 4, 1945 S a l e m f',' l assadlu scils M e n h av e d i e d fro m o v e rwork. I may liv e a long lime: SAND R A I-IUSI E D "Sa n d y J a n uary 4 194 1 A ncon Can a l Zon e A lways s miling. a lways n e a t ; Forever n icc f o r e v e r s w e e l. I nl mmum l s: B as k e tb all 3.4 : V olley ball 1.2. 3, 4 : J.4 B a s k e t ball AIIS t ars 3.4 ; Volley!,. .... AllS t a r s 3 : Sortball AIIS l a r s '2. G A A. 3.'1: Assem b l y 1 ,2 : G l ee C lub 1.2 .3: C heerleade r 4 l nlmm urnJs ; Ba sketkll 1.3 : So cce r 2.3 C l ass A sse mbl y 4 : G l ee Club I. A N A LO U I S A JAC QUES Jack Sept e mb e r 21, 1 9 4 3 Panam a Cil y R ep u b l i c o f Pnmuna '-------------____ --l Page 26 "St a t e l y a nd 11'11 s h e m o \ cs d own th e h a ll. The c hief o f fI th o usnnd f o r g m ep"

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LEE JOH STON "Porn July 2:7. 1944 A ncon, C[l1l 1l1 Zone "She's )'pmkle and s pice and e 'crything nice" Rifle C l ub 1.2:; Dmmu l lcs C lub 2 ; Cari b c Club 2.3.-1: N urses Aide 2 : H oll1eroo m Reprcscnlolive '2; A sse lllblies 1.2.4: Girls' S tot e. Allorncy General. SON I A J UNE K ANDR I N "June" April 20, 1 9 1 } Col o n R epublic of P anama JONES I\' I
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JEA ETT E TH E LMA KIRKiJ\ NO J anuary '26. 1944 Panama. Republi c o f Panama Even tho ugh h e r words a r e f e w H e r sweetness ha s It gol d e n hu e KATZ Sam" June 9, Igr; Col o n R e public o f P a n a ma l..ives. laugh s, and l o v es his way throu gh lire," Class Ass emblies 1.2.4 : ROTC 1.2.3.4: Tra J e w ind S t aff 4 : B as ketball I ntramural s 1: B es t Compan y Fi e ld Night I : Third Place Mi litary A r h i c ement Meda l 1 : NEDT Dip l o ma: Quill and Scroll: Caribbea n Siaff ; Dmma l ics Club t N ur ses Aide 1 4 : G l ee C lub 1.2.3: C h r i slmas F estiva l 1.2.3 : Sprin g F es l iva l 1 .2.3 : T roJewincl Staff. J O H N H KNUEPPEL D ecember 3 1 1943 S i e rol:en Bay. Wiscon s i n H appy am I : fro m ca re 1'111 free Why arc n they all conl e nled like me?" Football 3.4: Baseball 3,4 Rufus King: Foolboll. Irvian: Football. Granviii: Baseb allMosl V a l uab l e Playe r Edison : Bask e tball Page 28

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ANTHO NY K UC I KA S T ony" Sept e mber 1 B 1944 Panam a Hospital. R e publi c o f P a nama 1 l o y e wo rk : I could s it and '001: a l it F o r h o urs: R O T C 1 .2.3, 4 : Col o r G u ard J: B allalion Starr. JOSEPH LOUI S LAWRENCE "Joe Oelobe r 20. 1943 Ri o Picrdra s Pue r t o Rico "A m ind hidden in a small be ing : DAVI D L LARRISON O a \ 'c" J a nuary 1 7. 1 9 4 5 N e w Y ork. New Y ork W h y wo rry a bout t r oubl e : h e'll g e t a l o ng Hi s h o pe s a re high a nd his l egs a r e l o n g " C Cl ub 1.2.3,4 : Dram atic s C lub 1,2 ; Th e \\!h o l e T own's T o lking: Track 2.4: Foo lb all 4 : Trac k M a n age r 1 : F oo lball M a M i e r 2 : Clan A s se m b l i es 1 .2.4: G l ee C l u b 1,2. 3.4 : R O T C 2.3.4 : Bo ys' S i a i c J ; S A Campaign A sse m blies 1 J : Open i n g Day A ss e m bl y 4 : Tradewind S i aff: H o m eco min g P rogra m Edit o r Jr. Va r sity B a s k e tball T c a m J : Senio r A s s e mbl y 4 : H o n o r Soci e t y 4 : 2 Club. Chris t ophe r Columbus Hig h School. Miami. Florida; Jr. Varsity B a s ketball Team ; D ebat e Tea m Fitc hburg Hig h School. Fitc hburg. Massachus etts Epi p h a n y School. South Miami. F l orida : Bask e tball Team : TmcL: Tea m : Base b all Team Page 29

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; SfANLEY C HARLE S GLEN VILLE LEON. JR. CI.arlif" January 10. 1944 Col o n. R e publi c o f Panama JEFFREY LAWRENCE L EON J e ff April 27. 19-0 Col o n R epublic o f Panama "On e o f our football h eroes." F oo t ball 1 .2.3,4: B aseball 2.3 Ba s ketball 3.4: Socce r 2.3,4: Can a l Zo n e AII-Slars 3.4: Pres id e nt of "C" Club 4 : H omeco ming Court 4 Lif e fIIay be really ea rn est. but it s ur e i s fun ROTC 1.2,},1 : NRA 1 : S harpshoot e r 2nd bar : NRA Annu a l Cubs Compclitio n, }rd place: Best Compan y Fie ld N iJ!hl 1 : A sse mbly '2: B as k e tb all I nlramural s }: C l ass A sse mb l y 4 : Ush e r Guard Comma nd er. Ballalion S t arr: 52 I n t elligence CA n IERI NE MAR I E LEWIS "C,thy October 1 9, \ 944 Bruns wi c k Geor gia "FAShion-wise. exp r essive eyes, s lIliling an d gracefu!.' Car ihe Clu h 1,2.1.4: G A A 1.2.3.4. Vice Pres id en t 4. 3: Junior Se nior Banquet an.d Prom Comm itt ee C hair man : C l ass A sse mbli es 2.-1: Q uill and Scroll 4 : J o urn alis m S t aff Exch a ng e Edito r 4 : T radewin( 1 s l a rr 4 I n t n,m uml s; Volleyball 1.2.3.4: Ba s k e t ball 1 .2.3.4: So ftb all 1.2.3.4: V o lle yba ll. Ba s ketball : and Softball "B" l eague AIISt ars 1.2.3 : Bilsk e l 1><'\11 "A" l...catZue AII Slars I ; T o p T e n 1.2.J. P age 30

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GEO RGE W I LB E R L1TrL E A l a w i shus" N o v e lllbe r 1 6 1 9 '13 H ac k e n sack. New J e rsey A["ays h appy a l w a y s goy : Jus : a s n ice fro m d a y 1 0 d n),: Adjut ol1l R O T C C apt : Senio r A s s embly; Football 3 : B o y s S t o i c :> EVELYN E LIZABETH V i tl'1" December IS, 190 Col o n R e p u b l i c o f P a n a m a "As Olerry a s th e d a y is l o n g : J O SEPH "Long J ohn" J anua ry S 1 944 Co l o n R epublic o f PrnHl.rnn 'The rul e o f m y lif e i s 10 m a k e bu s ine ss n p l e a s u r e a nd ple a s ur e my b u sine ss," "C' Cl u b 1.2. 3 : ROT C 1.2 3 : Football 1.2.'1: T r a c k 1.2,3"': 1,2, 3,4 : AII S I&rs 4 Inlf a rnum l s : B a s k e t ball 1 .2.3.4 : Volle y b all 2,3,4 : So ftb a l l 2,3.4 AII S t a r s; Softball 3 : B as k etba l l 4 Page 31

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EDNA GENE fvlORALES "Ed J anua r y 5, I Q44 Aneon Can a l Zone KAREN L OU I S M I DDLET ON May n, 1 9 4 3 W o r ces t er. I\'l assachuse ti s I f s n ice t o be n a tural whe n you re n alumll)' nice." Tr adewi nd Staff; Seni o r A sse mhl y; P e p Club; N urs es' Aide: C h a i r m a n, Boost e r Committee. Grad u a ted fro m Balboa High School. H e r laugh t e r and a r e h ea rd all day, For s h e believes in th e smili n g way. GI .. Club. MARY ELIZABETH PAYNE B etty" April 2 4 1 9 4 4 P a ll erso n l;W J ersey "Since re a n d a l w ays k i nd a nicer g irl i s h ard t o find." N u r ses' A ide 1.4; Gir ls' S i a l e 3 Page 32

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EUGENE H PUGH JR. G e ne" D ece mber 1 6 J 94 3 C o l o n R epublic o f P a n a m a Lea ve s i l e n ce t o the sa int s: I a m but h u m a n Outs t a nding Cad e t M I : Out s t a nding N C. O M 2 : D .A Award 2; Presid ent o f Thes pi a n T l'Oupe 2 1 : Seni o r A sse mbl y Pl ays : R oo m Full 0 1 R oses The W /lOl e T OUJn i s Toni ng, Assi s t f,"' Direc tor o f House \Vil/loul Windo ws. GORDON C HARLE S REIF G o rdie" D ece mber 5. 1 944 Cin cinnati. Ohio ROBERT ALVI N RANKIN May 10 1 9 4 3 Cris t o b al. Can al Zon e "Time i s but t h e s lr ea m J go fis hin g i n:' Socce r 1.2: Foo tb all 2 ,3: B as k etba l l I ntramur a l s 1 ,2: R O T C 2.3 H e will s u cce ed. f o r h e b elieves all h e says "21" Club 4 ; T orrid Zon e Wiza r d s 1.2.:>.4: Caribe Club 2 .3.4: C lass Asse mbli es 2 .4: C h ess Club 4 Intr a mural s : B as k et ball 2 Socce r 2 P age 3 3 L-__________________ -'

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HILDA R IEFKOJ-lL April 18, 1 9 H Phila d e l phil, "Sh e WHS o u r Quee n. Our rose. our s l a r C H ARLES P RHI N E "Chuc k D ece m be r 1 6, 1 9 1'2 Oma ha. Nebms krt H e boi s hi g h in lir e s league," F oo tball -1; T m c k 4 : Gymnas t lcs 4 : T e nni s 4 : B as k e tball 4 Pre s idi o Juni o r H ig h : Soccer I : i e n cc F ai r I : Orc heslra I. Geor ge \Vashingt o n Hig h : Scie nce C lub 2 i' l a rvelwood School : Co-Capl ain J.V Soccer Team 3; Tennis } ; Glee Club 3: Hood-Store tvl a nager 3 B a lboa High School : C h emis tr y lAlb A ssis t u nt 3; Trac k 3 G.A. A 1 2 ,3.' 1 Secr e tory -Tleu.ur e r 4 : C l ass A sse mblies 1.2 I ntramural,: Volleyb..,11 1.'l.l,4; a.sketb...11 1 .2,3, 4 AIIS l a rs: Volleyball 1 .2. 3 : Bas k e t ball 1 ,2.4. Co.Capl ain 4 : Sof ,ball 1 ,2.3 Lett e r e d : T en nis 2 T o p T e n 1 .2,1 ; S A Represenlali,c I : A ssis t a nt Treasur e r o f S A }; C l ass Pres i denl 2 ; H omeco min(l Courl I : J a mbor ee Q u ee n 4: T rodewind Staff. A IDE MAR I A R I GBY P o lo" April 1 8 19<1} A n co n Can A l Zone "l\lay your joy be as deep as th e ocean. Y our troubl e light as its Foam." Base b all J. Voll eyball J. Ba s k e tb all J '-_________________ ---' Page 3 4

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P H I LI P D OUGI.AS SAN D E R S "Phi' April 2 4 I Q 4 1 Col on. R e p u b l i c o f "Educ u!ioll i s th e b r e a t h o f lif e but I' m s h Oriwi nded, Rifl e CllJ) 1 .2 : S wim m i n g T e a m I : Bowl in g T eam '1 Introlllurais' Socce r 1 .2.3. 1 : Bas k e t b all 1 .2.3. 4 BEVERL E Y AN N "Squ i H i Jun e 20. 1 0 1 1 f orI SlIIilll. "Til e be h ind c \'cr y expl os i o n," S C H E I DEGG Ramo n M[lY 5. 1 9 '14 Eas t O r a n g e N e w J e r se y \ V,, 'II r e m embe r him
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u\URA JVIARI A July 19. 1944 Co lon. R e public o f P a nama GEORGE W. Su\U GHTER "Budd," F e bruary 20. 1 943 Ancon. Can a l Zone H eart as hig as the ocea n and a s mile 10 match:' F oo tball 2 3,4: Swimmin g 1.2 .3 ,4: Trac k ,, : F ootball AIISt ars ,,: Senior A sse mb l y; Lette re d in F oo tball. Swi mming : "e" Club: H o m eco ming Dance Spo n so r : Fres hman Brawl : ROTC 2.3. Cad e t First Lie utenant 4 : Tradewi nd Staff. 51. J oseph's Col/ege Mino r Semin ary I "Brirnminlot ove r w ith a n d quips never a !ad word o n h e r O rc h es tra 1.'l.lA. Band !.'l,lA: Assembl y 2: G A A t .2,},4. I nlrall1ural : B asketball 1 ,'l.3A. Cap l ain 2: Volley ball 1 ,2.3 .4. Captain 2: Softball 1,2 3 4. Capt a in 2 A Leagu e Ba s ketball I.'l ,}.'!: "A" League V olley ball 2: "A" Lcae-ue Softb all 2 ; Top T e n i n s ports 1 ,2.3. JOANNE FRANCES TA NG J o" MElY 5, 1 9 ,1:) Col o n R epublic o f P a nama A girl \\ith bea uti cs very m re: BeWitc hing eyes a nd m\'c n h a ir Nur ses Aide Club 1 .2.3.4. Secr e tary 2. Vi ce-Pres id e nt J. I ren s urer I : T o rr id Zo n e \ Vi7.ard s 3.4: Carib e Club 2.3.4: Dmmatics Club 2 .3: H omeroo m R e pre senta tiv e 1 .2: Senio r A sse mbly : Natio n a l H onor Soci e t y 3.4. Secre t ory.TreAsure r 4: Band 1 3 4 : O rc h es t m 1 3.'1 : Christmas F es t i. va l 1.3,'1. Page 36

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F:I L EEI\' WERTZ "VVerlzic" Odoher 10 1944 :1 Tllilrita. C;.n n l ZOlle "SrrmJI. and neal. The t)pe \\1.' call petite:' LYLE TERRY WEBSTER "Speedy" June I 19 '14 B a ltimore. c \ 'es and a captiv a ting g n n I ntmmuml s: Socce r 1.'2.3.-1: B as k e tball 1.'2: Twck 2,<1. Soph omo r e A ;;se mbl y : Sl"ni o r Intmmura ls: Bask e tb all 2. V o l l ey 1,,,11 1 .3. niot D a nce: C h a irm a n C'lTd Committ ee. I..A W llENCE T11lllELL WILDER "Lmry" Septcmber 30. 1943 i' "A 10lllbl1mliol1 !.nrd 1 0 bea! : A schobr nnd nil ,,''''e t c:-"21 C lub 1.'2,:;.1. 1 : T o r rid Zone \ Vizord s 2,).4: "C' C lub 1 .2.1, 1 S,'("r{' larv 1 : Iionor Societ y 4 : S A 11(111 1 .2,): foo.bdll 1 1 : 1 B a s ch .. 'II I : Most V n l u n b l c Player ), Page 3g

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JMIES R A Y W ILLI F O RD Jim A ugu.;;t I J 9 -14 Col o n R e publi c of PaMlna Ea s y goi n g l ove d 6 y a l l. G r e a t in mind in s t ature s m a ll. "21" Cl ub 1 .2 3.-1 : Cnribe C lub 2 .3.-1: Tomd Zon e \o\Ii1..
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cfaot WII and :kotament We. the Senior C l ass of 1 962. being benevol e nt. affabl e. unique. but quite unpredictabl e. do hereby bequeath our mo st es te eme d possessions to the benefi ciaries named below. lARIELA ALCORIZA-lea \ 'es willinsly. JEAN ALLA.N-Ieave s h e r positio n a s B a ttali o n Spon so r and cheerleade r t o any junio r g ir l KIT ATKINS-leaves C.H S t o thol>e who h a l e bugs bugs. bugs ... ,>\J\JN MAR I E BASS-I es \ 'es the sandflies t o Laura Dorow .. C HARLES SA THIesves his sea t in roo m 3 1 0 1 0 T erry S l aughter JEANNE BUSS-leaves h e r balon and broken-Zippered m ajorette uniform t o B e rni ce Hill. R O BERT C HAN-l eaves his plac e in the lunc h line t o his s i s l e r L..orT8.ine and hi s ability(? } t o p lay c h ess 10 R ica rd o Fong. RICHARD C HI N-Ie.wel> his lun c h hour bas k etball p l aying 1 0 Jimmy Jones. LA R UE CHRI5rOPH-les,'es his cowboy boots t o Collin Corri gan and Micke y l'vl cElho n e PATRI C I A C LARKE I ea\'e s h er Opel and l o ng hai r t o any Junior girl. JOSEPH COFFIN-l eaves s l o wly bu t s ur e l y S U E CORRIGAN-l ea \ e s all the fun s h e h ad o n B Le ague t o Sa nd y vVeig l e LOU I S DAVIS-leaves w ith his "Senior Dignit y JAN DECK-leaves all h e r running aro und f o r the j o urna l i s m class t o Cuc a Cabanillas. DEREK his whjte tank" 10 Robert Corr i gan J O H N EVERSON-Will l eave as b ewil dered a nd confused as wh e n h e came. V I C KIE FE'T11ERl eaves all her nev e r -e ndin g hom ew ork assign ment s 10 f\1 ary C l emen t a nd h e r sist e r Gayl e STEVE FRANKLIN-l eaves his offices a nd the dr a m a groups t o anyone w h o wants them-and i s willing t o work. MARCUS FRENCH-l eave s his ability t o imitat e D obie Gillis to a n y h a ndsom e blu e-ey ed b l o nd SONI A KANDRIN-I eaves all f utur e homework an d m e morizatio n s in Engli s h to h e r br othe r Geo rge. SAM KATl--Ieaves his abi lity t o corred peop l e w h o say m a d instead o f "angry" t o Jim Hove rson JEANElTE KIRKLA N D l eaves h e r dirt y gym socks t o Linney Dugas a nd Sandy P arke r DA V ID LARR ISON-l eaves his s inging ability a nd his guit a r 1 0 Bob Mosel y JOSEPH LAWRENCE-leaves his brie f case t o an y luc k y girl needing a n ew purse. C OLLEEN LAWSON and JEAN V AN DER HEYDEN-Ie"e the i r "Communit y" l o c k e r t o a n y neat Juni o r w h o do esn' t mind deaning it o ut. JEFFERY LEONl eaves hi s place as Most Ath l etic" in the H all o f F a m e to O rrin C l eme nt. his position o n the B honor r oll t o Carl a Meehan a nd his office as Pr e s i den t o f the "C" C l ub t o George P atlon. C ATHY LEWIS-leaves the n a m e Fucit" ( G un) t o Margaret O Brie n GEORGE Ll1Tl.E-l eaves all missed kisses t o landi Zimmemlan B I LL LlVI 'GSrON-leaves his job as B attalio n S uppl y Se r geant t o a n y boy nol wa nting t o work too hard BR IAN L LJll-leave. hi s bow l e g s t o Co lin Corrigan C H R I S McCUU.OUGH I e ave. w itl, oul the securily o f a w ill. JOSEP H McGOFF-leave. hi. ba s k e tb all a nd hi s c hur c h key 1 0 Elm e r G e n try C HARLES GARC IA I eavel hi. o l d used r o sin a nd v i o lin 1 0 Macel Wa. h abaugh R I HI E GARCIA-l eave. h i s liu: t o a nyon e c razy e nough t o wan l iI BEVERLY GEORGE-l eave. h e r ,wimlllinrl o biht y t o Nanc y H o pkin.. Jud y R edmond. Undo Bent on. [lnd particul orly 1 0 h er i l e r Coo kie. EA RL GRIGGS-l eave, I,il boo k a nd bes t wi.lle! 1 0 Vic k y C l arke Page 40 KA Y HAMILTON-leave s h er books t o Bonni e Conklin. and h er Spanis h know l edge ( ? ) to anyone who can I'igure it out. EUZABETH HANNA-l eaves h e r d eserved s pot in the -----t o som e junior MARY ANN HARDWICK-l eave s h er sea t a l t h e lun c h tab l e a n d on the bu s t o h e r sist er. J ea n KATHY HEMENWAYl eaves her ability 10 s w i m t o J e anette H a nnb e r g EDSAll.. HIL TV l eaves his ability t o l oa f t o anyone w h o thinks h e can beat him. WANDA HUMMERl eaves h er gym ba s k e l t o D o r een B aas an d h e r s h owe r loc k e r 1 0 Sandra Parke r SANDRA HUSfEDl eaves h er c heerlead ing position t o Dian e Asbury ROGER HUTC HINSON-l e av es his broth e r David's weig h t to th e foot ball t eam. ANA JACQUES-leaves h e r h eig ht. 5'9". to anyone who would enjoy having to look down at peop l e PAM JOHNSTON-l eaves h e r posi t ion in the Caribe C lub to Wardie Redmond MARY ESTHER JONEs....:. l eaves the Jon es' reputat ion 10 Joanne a nd J ames Warren t o continue. EVELYN MESSER-l eaves the Advanced Typing C l ass 1 0 a n y o n e wh o can wa s t e as muc h paper as s h e did. and everyt hing e l se t o h er s i s ter. Lavina. EDNA MORALES-leaves "The Bug" to h e r littl e sister. Yvonn e. an d C H .S. to h er brot her. Ra l ph BETTY PAYNE l eaves C H S t o h e r s i s t e r Millie. EUGENE PUGHl eaves his sea l i n a l gebra and phy s ics t o his broth er. a nd his jokes to anyon e who can und ers tand them. CHARLES RH INE-l eaves his grade s in p hysics a nd Am erican Ins titut ions t o Jo h n Lowe. ELI R ING-l ea v es all hi s earthly po ssessions (an d some of his un ea rth l y o n es) to anyone who wanl s them RA Y SCHEIDEGG-I eaves hi s ability t o loaf and g e t yelled a t during football se ason 10 Terry S l a ught er. BEVERLEY SCHROEDER-l eaves h er good driving s k ills 10 Tinke r H ollowell. a nd h er baby blu e C hrys l e r t o K e nn y Sa nd ers. WANDA SC01T l eaves the '"Stromboli"' t o Bentie Hill GEORGE SLAUGHTER-leaves all the fun h e h a d in C H S 1 0 the l ast S l augh t e r there-Terry. LAURA STRONGMAN-le aves h er p l ace as "Mos t Athletic" in the H all o f Fame to anyon e Junior worthy of it. JOANNE TANG-l eaves all the sa nd flies that h ave bitten h e r 1 0 CarnIe n Ferna ndez. KA Y TAPIE-I eaves the won d e rful m e m ories of h e r senior year t o Jean ette H an n6 erg a n d Tere sa A l d e r e t e THERESA WAS HABAUGH l eaves all the fun a nd troub l e s h e h a d in C. H S. t o a nyon e wa nting a n experie nce. TERRY WEBSTERl eaves his mot orcycle t o K e nny Coope r LARRY WillERl eaves his h eight t o hi s l ittle brot h er. Dave. ROBERT WILl.. IS-l eaves his a bility to imitat e Roch es ter to a nyon e w h o wants it. HOWEll.. WAYNE-l eaves h i s rank in ROTC 1 0 J ac k Brayton. and all the d e t entio n h e h as had in room .JIO t o C h a r l otte Bialkowski. The f ollOWing m e mb e r s o f the Senio r C l ass l eave n o thing t o n obo dy : Abe l Borseflin o T erre nce Bing. Caro l Corrig an Len H a k a n son. V ernn Hild e brand. Virginia Hiron s Guy Jones. John Knueppel. T O ll Y Kucikas Robert Rankin. Gordon R eir. Hilda. Rie fkohl. Aid e Rigby Phi l Sand e rs. Vir ginia Val dez. Marie "Ve rtz. J i m Willifor d

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On F e bru a r y 2. 1 962. r-1rs. SmHh r e m arke d th a t s h e would lik e t o kno w w h a t th e m embe r s o f the cla ss o f 1 962 woul d b e d oing in t e n y ea r s. W ell. iVlrs. Smi th we h ope th a t thi s proph ecy w ill g iv e you s o m e idea. T h e d e mand f o r engi n eers in 1972 i s g reat e r than ever. Alread y among th e mos t br illiant men of thi s pr o f ess i o n a r e LARRY WILDER. ELI R ING. GEORGE SLAUGHTER. RICHARD CHIN. JOHN EVERSON. STANLEY LEON. JOE COFFIN. ROGER HUTCHINSON. a nd RALPH MACINTOSH Lookin g int o th e booming bus iness worl d. we find th a t DAVE LARRISON i s a multi milli ona i r e advertis in g executive. S h a ring th e c r edit f or hi s s uccess are hi s nine dficient. accura t e. and b enign s e c r etaries. They a r e MARI E WERTZ. KA Y TAPIE. JEANNE BUSS, MARIANNE HARDWI C K MARIELA ALCORIZA. BEVERL Y GEOR G E, V I R G I N [ A HIRONS. WANDA SCOTT. a nd JEANETTE K I RK LAND. C HRI S MCCULLOUGH i s a v ery priva t e secr e tary to a certain c h emica l e n ginee r a n d KATHY HEr-' IENW A Y i s a very s u ccessful s t e nograph er. Looking s k yward. one i s apt t o see SAiV l KATZ z ip by in hi s comme r c i a l j et. His s t ewardesses are BEV SCHROEDER. V I C KIE FETTLER. a nd CATHY LEWIS In politics, we find tha t STEPHEN FRANKLIN won th e Preside nti a l e l eelio n of 1 972 b y a l a nd s lide. A s Preside nt of th e Uni t e d S t a tes. h e recentl y appo inted PHI L SANDERS Gove rnor o f th e Canal Zone. K IT ATKINS h as r eceive d notice o f hi s appoinhnent as Secr e t ary of th e Treasury. I n 1 972 w e find ROBERT RANKI N and TERRY WEBSTER c rui Sing off th e c oa s t of Ice l a nd in th e ir' SSO .OOO yac ht LE N HAKANSON h as ju s t receiv e d th e Academ y Award for hi s p erformance i n "Dracul a s Cou sin." JOHN KNEUPPEL i s the mosl ou t s t anding pitc h e r o f th e year His nam e was recentl y ente r e d in baseb all's H all of F a me. The g r ea t advenlure r a nd hunt e r LA RUE C HRISTOPH s h o t th e world's l arge s t s kunk in the Congo ( G izenga) PATRI C I A C LARKE. th e r e nown e d wo m a n boil -fighter, h a s been award e d th e ear s, th e t a il. and th e h orn s of a bull f or h e r g r ea t p e rf orman ces. JAN DEC K i s n ow th e e ditor o f I h e Miam i H erald. BETTY PAYNE i s a f a m ous biologi st. know n thr o u ghout th e worl d for disco v e ring a c ure f o r t h e common c old. J1M WILLIFORD i s bu sily s hining s h oes on Fifth Avenue in N e w York HOWELL WYl\1NE i s a n o t e d poet; ROBERT CHAN i s P a n ama's Ambassado r t o th e U nited State s and V IRGI NLA VALDEZ h as just sol d o n e of h er p a inti ngs for 1 4 0 000 p i astres. JOE MCGOFF and CHARLENE GRAVES won gold m e d a l s in t h e 1 972 Olymp ics. JOE se t a new hig h jum p r ecord a t 12'9" CHARLENE swa m five miles i n I :S4.B. EDNA MORALES i s a n u s h e r in Carnegi e Hall. CHARLES RH INE and CHARLES GAR. CLA, Phi B e t a K a ppa g r ad uates, are now hril lian t doc l o rs. CHARLES RHIl\JE i s a p ediatri cian and CHARLES GAR CLA i s a br ain s ur geo n JOE LAWRENCE i s a very s u ccessful ort h o d o nti s t LOUI S DAVIS i s a m e d i ca l lech nic ian. a nd JEAN ALLAN i s a wea lth y p sycho I ng i s t PAM JOHNSTON, EVELYN MESSER. MARY-ESTHER JONES, and JOANNE TANG ar e very capabl e and e ffi c i e nt nurses. Man y of th e gra du a tes o f 1 962 have e nt e r e d th e t eac hin g pro f e s s ion. VERNA HILDE. BRA N D t eac hes his tory; COLLEEN LAW. SON t eac hes Swa hili ; JEAN VAN DER H E Y DEN i s a c h emi s tr y p r o f esso r at M !.T. ; a nd KA Y HAMILTON t e a c hes on Ihe upp e r r eac hes o f the Mo h ang i Riv e r SUE COR RIGAN i s t eac hin g bi o l ogy in Ir e l an d a nd THERESA WASHABAUGH t eac hes Mat h e matics in West Germ a ny. LIZ HANNA. C HUCKY BATH. JEFFREY LEON, RICHIE GARCLA. an d ABEL BORSELLINO are physi ca l e du ca. tio n teach e r s. T h e i r teams never l ose a gam e Y (They a r e all fixed.) GORDON REI F i s now President of Gen e r a l Mo t o rs. Smoky B ea r has an a rd e nt h e l p er. H e i s MARCUS FRENC H Senio r Forest Ranger for the s t a t e o f Was hington ANA JACQUES i s mode lin g f o r C hristia n D i or in Paris, Fr a nce. ANN BAAS i s th e n ew bi l i n g u a l tra n s l a tor f o r th e FB.!. GUY JONES a nd EARL GRIGGS a r e business partn ers. GUY i s a n e lectric i a n : EARL. a m ac hini st. ROBERT WILLIS i s a vet erin aria n CAROL CORRIGAN an d WANDA H UMr' [ER a r e both h a ppi l y m arried a nd have four c hildr e n : two boys a nd two o f th e othe r kind CAROL and f a mily a r e l i v ing in Austral ia. The Arme d Forces have gain e d f our brave and patrioti c m e n : EUGENE PUGH i s a n A ir F orce test pilot. EDWARD GREEN and BILL L1V INGSTON a r e in the M arine Co r ps. a nd TER RY B ING i s a s ailor a bo ar d th e "Good Ship Lollipop" off the Coas t o f M adagasca r Con g r a tul ations C lass of 1962: your time h as been well s p ent-. Page 41

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Presid e nt Secrel a ry Rene Owen Cyru s Fi e ld s Vice-Presi d e nt Susan B arfield I l .dll,rd Cat'J>cntf't Cyru s Fields Karen Sanders S us.'m B arfield J < e n e Owen 1963 K otl, I(>{,ll ('Iall(Y T reasurer Karen Sand ers

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.. .. .. .. Carm e n F e rn ondez Rit a G eyer T inke r H o l l o w ell B c \ 'erly D o ckery J e a n e tt e Hanllc b e r g H ov e r so n J ose Fue nt e s Nan c y Droha n C e lio Cronan L e w i s F re n c h Ridmrd G o n 7 .a i es I Willilnl H ull lin clle Dugas B e rni ce 1-1;11 P a t rici a E mc9t H e l e n Geor ge J a c k H o lcomh C h eryl J a ckso n K athleen D elapp J ohn Frc n s ley { R o h ert H ammo n d J a m es J n duon .. .. ..

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.. .. Joanne J o n es Coria MCt!h a n Sa.ndm Parke r Car o l y n Rowley .... Klasov s k y J o h n Lowe D ia n e R a n lse y K ennell. Sande ... Andy N icol ai se n \ Rod MacDolU'lcl1 T o m R oh c rt so n P a tricia Kunke l Yvonn e Momlcs r 1 Richard Pennington hida So nder s R ay mond Madiso n Diane R oscoe I Ri c ky Maed l -Mar ga r et O'Br ien \ Williarn Redmond Norma n Sch efrne r Fred Newhard -Mirium R a mir e z Polrida Scnman ..

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C h arles Vowell D e m e tri o T uga r opulos \;V e nd ell T ay l o r Lauroy W i ll Carol y n S mith M u rc y \;V oo d Leno re Smith S u za nn e U rey NOT P ICTURED: The r esa A ld e r ete. Geor ge Angl e. D o reen B ass. B ell)' B ertocini. Jack B ray t on. i' 1 i k e Bu rza. A m a l ia Cabanillas. Vin ce nt Can am3s. Lance Cheshire. Colli n Corri ga n Ted D avis Aus tin Gentry. R oma n Gomez. R oy H a ll. H a rri e t H ewitt !'vIae J acques. P ier re leigmtdier. R obert jvl ose l )'. William Nel so n Lucia Och oa. Geor ge P allo n A l bert Pilk erto n. Gordon Sand ers. D o n na S mith C h arles T o bin P a triciu V an D yke. \ Villiam Will. J osep h \-V y nn e Ju dy S t e p p Za ndra Zimm erma nn Page 61

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BACK ROW. Left t o Right : Mi c h ae l Fra l ey. \-\lilliem A c h eson. Victor Trevino. R o bert Martin. B e rtram Rigb y Ewa l d Wiherg. Pev S hipl ey. Jimmy J o nes. Bru ce Knu e ppel. Tom Hickey. R eina l d o B arreras. Frank Borsellin o CENTER ROW: Car o l H anki nson. Rosem ary Reardon. S u s a n Stanle)'. Barbam D e l V e c chio. Don n a Willi a ms. C h ar l e n e A l exa nd e r J ane t Hoverson FRONT ROW: B onnie Ward. Sally M e tcalf. Caro l La Croi.'{. les l i e Ric hmond E l izabeth L e w i s Lorrai n e C h a n BA C K ROW. Left 1 0 Rii:hl ; William D eSa lvo. H arry Murray. C h arles T apie. Ivan K l aso\sky. C h arles Bialkow ski. F r ank Ender. Mik e B arnnick. T ad Campbell. R oberl Corrii:an. H arry Arthur Manikas. Thom as H e ppe nh eime r D enniS I zqu i erdo CENTER ROvV: Wanda Ra c h al. Con chita Groves. Susa n Mat hieson. Barbaro ONe al. Naom i Kuntz. Lorraine Ure)'. A lh erta W ild er. J ack i e Aldrich. V a l erie Spivey. Lavi n a M esser. FRONT ROW: D o nn a Wong. Bill y While. La ura Dorow Wardie Redm a n Nan c y H o pkins.

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BA C K RO\OV. Lel't t o Right : C harl es Hutt on. \ Villiam Brandt. Gregory H a kan s o n George K a ndrin. Mic h e l B e l a n ger. Rich ard R oscoe. Alberto A rcio. Bill S h otwell. Georg e D eLaGuar d i a. D o n ald P e rry. Gary Knu ep p el. CENTER RO\OV : Jud y Palumbo Nancy Mit c h ell. F l o r e nce Alle n Mlcel vVashab aug h Dian e Kuhit. Sandra E c k off. V a udi c R o binson. Ni n a C h a pp ell. Jud y \.\filli a m s FRONT RO\oV : R ay R a mirez. D a "id Wilder, J ea n H ardwick. Vi c k i Clarke. Edith S t e ibritz. Connie La s h er. Ale x R a mirez. M c E l h o ne. 0/1964 BACK ROW. Left t o Right: Sa ndra S h o re. A lex H e ppen h eime r Frank Edgar. Ric h ard R a n kin, Everado Urrio l a. J oan M cG l oin. J o hn L"lsh er. Ra lph B e nd e r So l o m o n H arris. FRONT ROW: Sa nd y T o rtorici. C hri s t i n e B a th. Nellie Pa ll o n S t ella Kucikas. E s tlle Davison Virginia F arris S haron Nogens

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BACK ROW. Left to Right : K athy P arker Larry C hri s t op h Terry G u y ton, Chris Wre n Fr e d Knue ppel. Rand y Sc hr oede r B l a r e Gibson Luigi [\' I antovani. Eddie Pugh. Ric ky Lh 'ings t o n Nea l Compton. Censa r Ochoa. Gai l Bruce. CENTER ROvV: S u e Roscoe. Jud y Wollard. Elle n Pea\ cy. Cannen V a l cncin. Judy Redman. Virginia Farris. Viol etta Fu entes. L e tty Sparli ng. F ROM" ROW: C leo Gomez. B c c k y K eize r Patsy H ogan. Bon n i e Maq u ard. Leda Wall bridg e D e bby Fra nklin Ginger Th o mas. Vir ginia Austin. BAC K ROW, Left t o Right : Philip B arrell, Di c k Dugan Christia n lilies. R ober! Sanders. Lynn Egger. Albert Linda B e nton. Art hur P ayne. Carla C hambers. Migu e l Cabez.us, A lice Lnk. Geo rge Co lem an. Garry Geddes Bill Sm ith. Rob ert Kape ll. CENTER ROW: Yvonne Co l on. lVl a r y O'Donn ell. Sandra Strecker Rita H edman. Leda Ma r e s Mildr e d Payne. S h aro n H arvey. Blan c h e J ones. Virg e n Rodrigue7.. FRONT ROW: Di a n e Asbury. Donna W ertz. Lnda Trevino. Mi c h elle Gogue n Cathe rine Redman. J ess i e Va l dez. Edn a Forsyth e

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BA C K ROW. l.el't t o Rig hi : S u sa n \oVilliford. ""ay n e Se e l ey. A l e x an d e r Go m ez. J o hn A l der e t e Ric h ard Cooper Jimm y J e nkins. Larr y S t anford. r-like Reyn o l d s R obert Z ac k R i card o F o ng. D o n r-IcCulloug h Fred Lnc k J Ollies B ed sworth. Richard H a k a nson Nan c y D e Lapp. CENTER R O\OV: K athy C hr i s tian son S u sa n P e t e rson M arily n R oth. Gayl e F ettl er. H i l da H O l s ko. Suzanne Lid e r C h e r y l P orke r S usan Buss. FROi \ r r R O W : S t o n l ey. Lila Tigert. Na ncy I....arl;lent. B ernie B a b i n ecz. Rull, l'-I a s o n Rose A nn Vasqu ez. Libb y Gamhoa N a ncy G rech. 0/ 1965 BA C K ROW. l..erl t o Right : Jock Green Orrin C l e m e nt. Sa ntia g o BaUin R o n a l d Riefko hl. J o n J o r s t ad. Andre w M e tzgar. B e v erly Dreye r Ruth Umk e m a n n Lindo Beck i e),. P a m R o b er t s o n J o h n H o t s ko. L o u i s A u s tin. Jim Fr o st. R obert D o c k e ry. \oValiace Bn a n s D e n n i s Simmo n s C E NTER Joann e W alker. Cathy Fitzsimmon s Amelia Gorcia. Jud y P o u lson. D o nn a Va c h e. Di a n e Aringt on. Arl e n e H a n nb e rg. J a n e l Clute. fvlichcle R ainier FRONT R O \ : Connie Lallo. E l i7.ab eth San c h e z S h a r o n S t anley. M aria G o nzales. Mislie Nova k

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.. We. the students of CHS. proudly acknowledge our appreciation to Roy Fleming for his hard work and long and faithful services as head janitor. Roy has been with CHS for twenty-five years and plans to continue working here as long as h e can. We thank him for his past endeavors and hope that h e will be with us for many years to come. Page 67

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An a ll -a r ound athle t e w i t h a d es ir e t o excel. a g reat competitor with a burn in g d es ir e t o win. i s O llr tvlost Valuable P layer J eff Leon. J eff has l ette r e d in football f o r th e pa s t t h ree yea r s. H e has done a n outs t andin g job whe rever h e was ask e d t o p lay. H e has p layed a diffe r ent pos iti o n each year and has e xce ll e d in each of the m Player s and f a n s w ill lo n g r e m embe r the tre m endous job o f punting tha t J eff did for th e Tige r s during th e tQ6t -62 seaso n His excellent b all c a rr y in g and h a rd running from the f ullba c k s lo t was t h e b es t in the Canal Zone this season Jerr carry in g his numbe r 2 1 could h e see n gaining c ritical yardage o n m a n y occasion s. His play in the Unite d Fund Game again s t Miami -Jac kson won him pra i ses from Miami p layer s and coac h es. plus the praise o f h i s own coach es and p layers. It was truly an outstanding p e rfoml a n ce. J eff. we, the students. fans. p laye r s and coac h es w ant to congr atula t e you on a most s u ccess ful high schoo l football career. Bes t ,,\fi s h es fr o m a ll of u s for a s u ccessful career from h e r e on. Page 69

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Co-Captain Joe Coffin FOURTH ROW. Left 1 0 Righi : Mic key McElho ne. Bobby H auser. Orrin C l e m e nt. David Wil der. Fmnk Edgar Di c k Duga n. C h arles T up ie. Ric h ie Garcia. Lmy Wilder. J o hn Lowe ll-flRD ROv" : Don McCullough. Pcv S hipley. P o n c h o M o lla Ray Sch eidegg. C hu c k Bath. Pi e rr e Leignadier. John C hur c h Mike B a r anick. J eff Leon. Joe Coffin. SEeO 0 line

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:Jeam ROvV : Dou g las Billison. Geor ge Evans, Kenny K a rpi ns ki. John Kncu p pel, Albert Pilk erto n. Geo r ge :,I a u ghler, Grant Sm ith. T erry S l augh t e r Geo rge K u ndeln Brian L u tz. F IRST' RO\V: \\lally Brians. Chris \ V r enn, Bob f"'loselc)' R ichard Gonzal es. JOllO Alde r ete. Victor Tr{>\ ino. J on J orstad. Dave Larrison. men Co-Captain Larry Wilde r

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Queen Q u e e n Jeanne th e f i rs t Own e r of th e F l o w ers. D a u g ht e r o f th e Jewel s L a d y o f th e N i g ht a nd Rul e r o r C HS. J e an n e is gown e d in a snow y c reat io n o r s h imm e r in g satin a p erfect se ttin g r o r h e r b l o nd beaut-yo Pag e 7 3

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Princess Hilda Ri efkohl-Princess of th e Daisies Daughter of the Noonday Sun. K ee p e r o f th e Amber Amathyst. wea ring a gentian go ld gown; escort e d b y Brian Lutz-King of th e Guard s Maste r of th e Buc k e th ea d s and D e f ende r of th e Line. fiomecoming L eft to Ri g ht Jeffrey Leon B e v Schroeder. Ri c h ie Garcia. Sue Corrigan. Buddy S c hroeder R e-Princess Wanda S c ott -Princess of th e Ros es. K ee per of the Emera ld s. Daughte r of the Sunrise. wearing an a zure blue gown; esc orted by Larry Wilder Lord of th e R e d and White S e rfs Chief C l ea n e r of the Uniforms. Head Runner of the Pitc houl.

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Court Princess Sue C orrig a n Princess of the Lili es. K eepe r 01 the T o paz D aughter 01 the Moon. wearing a ga l axy gold gown; esco rt e d b y Ri c hi e Garci a -Knight of the Golde n Armo r l'1 as t e r 0 1 the Quar t erbac k Sne ak Lord 01 the Forward P ass. Prin ces s B e v e r I y S c hro e d erPrincess 01 the Orc hid. D a u g ht e r 01 the Eve ning. and Ke e p e r 01 th e Aqua m a rin e wear i n g a sea b lue gown; escorte d by J e ffr ey LeonDuke 01 the Blue Armo r C hief of th e L e lt o ut s and M as t e r 0 1 th e Runback Lady Rebecc a Buss -Kee p e r of the D ewdrops. D aughte r 01 th e Sun; esc ort e d by Squire Buddy S c hro e d e r -Prince o f the Fo otball Team K ee p e r of the Quee n 's C rown

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L EFT T O R I GHT C heerlea d ers B erni e B a binecz. P a ls), Lee. Jean A lbn (Cap!.l. Carla l\ 1 ee h a n Pa t D a l)'. a n d San dra Hu s t ed l\lil jOrell e B e\' hroed e r Jeanne B uss S ponsor 1'1 r s F a lt o r os i P ag e 77

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:leam FRONT ROW. Left t o Right : J ohn Lowe H e nry C l a ncy. A lex R amirez. J ose Fu entes. J effre y Leon (CapL). Richie Garcia. Ray Ramir ez, Geor ge Pall o n. J oe Lawre n ce. Bill Dock e r y SECOND RO\OV: Louis McColl N i c k Brooks. Robert Rankin. Mike K lasovsk y. R o n M cDonne ll. Bill Shot-. ... e ll. Coyn Armstrong. C hri s W renn. George K a ndrin Don McCullough, Austin Genlry. THI RD RO\V: Solomon H eres. Tom H ep p e nh eimer. T erry W e b s t e r Ted Davis. K e n Coope r Mike Bamnick. Charles Bath. E dward Pugh. Woody S mith, 018r les Rhine. Ray Sc h cidcgg

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FRON1" ROW. Left t o Right: Richi e Garda. Larry Wil de r i'-' I i c k ey M c Elho n e Don McCullo u gh, J ohn Sande rs. Orrin Clement. K enny K a rpinski. BACK ROW: R ay Schie d egg. J eff Leon. R u s t y Field. G r egory H a k a nson. Bria n Lut ?. l\'like Burza Chuc k B ath. Ja c k Bray ton. P onc h o Motla Page 79

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Page 80 Swimminfj :Jeam B OTfOM T O T O P : Ann B aas. r-lic h elle Gougen Josephine B o r se llin o. Kay T a p i e J a n e l C l u t e. Judy vVilliom s C h arle n e G mves Judy R ed m on d D o ree n Baas Ric l")' Livin g s t o n. louis D s j s. Dic k Duga n. Eug e n e Pu g h. Nan cy H o pkins, Linda Benl o n I RON R O W Lel t 1 0 Right: Sundy E c k h orr. Judy P olumbo. S u e Corrigon. N ina C h o ppel. B emie Il ili. I h e r eto Wa. h n b o u g k BAC K ROW: Len HIlk 8llson, J olin Knue ppel. Lorry Wil d e r Kit Atkin s JlIllm y J o ne.. Conc h Sy d K enno n

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LEFT TO R I GHT: Bobby H auser. J ohn L.owe. Jo e (\l cGoff. Austin Gentry. Joe Coffin. Le n H a k anson. Joe Lawrence LEFT TO R IGHT: A leJl: R amirez. Cb ris \Vrenn J ames J ones B aranick. Ray Rami rez. Bob Mos l ey Louis McGoff. B ob Sanders.

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" /I" fl ../ ol.. e u g u e Page 82 FRONT ROW (l c h t o right) : Sandy P arker. Jean Allan. Cathy Lewis. BACK ROW: Sandy Edt h oH, Eve lyn M esser. Theresa \VHsl mba ugh. Curl ajv lech un. Hild a Riefko hl. Loura S trongm an, Amy Garci a, H a rri e l Hewitt FRONT ROW ( l eft to right) : Marcy vVood. S u e Co rrigan Sandy W eigle. BACK ROW: Carol La Croix. Diane A s bury. Lnvina M esser. Elaine A s bury Judy P a l umbo. Berni e Babinecz. E1iULbeth H anna.

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FIRST ROW (left t o right): Sandy Eckhoff. Sonia K andrin. Sandy Parker. Cathy Lewis Jean Allan. Laura Strongman The r e s a Washabaug h SECOI\'O RO\ V : Christine B ath. Evelyn Messer Ca r l a tvleeh an. Hilda Riefkohl. FIRST ROW ( l eft to right): E laine Asbur y Nancy De LapP. f\1 a rcy vVood. Elizabeth H anna. Sandy vVe i g le. S u e Corriga n Nina Chappel. SECON D R OvV: Lwina Messer. Judy P alumbo. Bernie Babi. nea. Belly Lewis. Page 83

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Look we pa sse d The race i s 011. Cam ero S h y Cac k l e Cack l e T sking it easy Friends till the end. H o w cosy. F leas. SHill? Aah l I I n rid Amdous. B o red ? Page 84

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B atla lion C ommande r Lt. Col Ev ers o n LEFT TO R I G H T : Cal > t Geor ge Littl e ( A d ju t a nt). Capt. Ri c k y ( S-2) J ean All a n ( Sponsor), Capt H ow ell W ynne (S-3). fvl aj Euge n e P u g h (Exec uti ve) Lt V\ /y nne Lt. !\ 1aedl Capl. Litt l e H o n om r y !\Ia j Alla n LEFr T O RIG H T : H o n o ml') Lt. P a tsy Le e H o n orary !\ l a j J enn Alla n H onorary Cap t J eanne B u ss H o n o rcar y Capt. C hri s !\ IcCull o u g h Page 85

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, ''e'' Compan'J Stall n LEFT T O R I G H T : Chris Cop l a in Fre n ch. S hields. . " .; 1.. ... "," '. c '.. r 0 m "J.-" p a n 'J Page 87

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Page 88 LEFf TO R I G H T: Geor ge A n g l e J ock Brayl o n, Ralph Ben d er. Coyn Arms l rong ROW. Ldl 1 0 L C heshire. C. Gibson. 511OIweil. J. Aldcr cllc. H But c h e r P Lee. V I r("vino. C. I apie. r Edgh r R Dockuy BA K RO\V: L Aus tin, C h.qui c rdo R 'lack It i'-l hrtUl. S. Rnmuc/., J J enkins. A Ilcppenllcilll c r J J tllIIl."I.

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glee Cfut FROivr RO\.v left t o Right : Zandi Zimmerman. S usan Pel e r son. C hri stian lili es. Ricky Living s t on. Ruth l..imk e mann. Nancy D elapp, Kay Hamilton C E N TER RO\.v: Kar e n Sanders. Christine B a th, Judy R edmo nd. Cecelin D allo\\'. R obert V a l e ntin e VVitliam Living ston. J ames J o n es. Coyn A r m s tr ong. David Larri so n William Acheson Judy vVilli a m s Sandy S h o r e Letti e Sparling. B o nni e Conklin BACK ROW: Janel H ove r so n San dra S tr ec k er, Diane Kuhil. Edna F orsy th e Susan Wilfred. Amelia Gar cia, Carolina Le e, K a th y H emenway. Grace C r a i s. Gayl e Bru ce. B everly Dre yer, Rita Geyer. Carol y n e Rowly Hele n George. J oa n M cGloin. Caroline B eckley, Barba ra O'Neal. Ell e n P eavey Linda B e nt o n, Yvonne Col o n l

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? '" o Band FRONT ROW. Left 1 0 Right : Loum Strong m an. K enne lh Bern s t ein. linda Burza J a n e F aris C harles G i bson, Rose V as quez, Cleo Gomez, Arthur Manikas. SECOND ROW: linda Trevino, D onna W o ng. Edith Slie britz, A lez G o m ez J o hn M orin, Lorry S t a nf ord, Jon J o r s tad Ric k y Moedl. TH I RD ROW: H e r b ert Coulte r Bruce F lom, Lenn ort H a k a nson Phillip Barrelt, And y Nico l aisen, David Coffey, H arrie t Hewitt, Ginger Thomas BAC K ROW: Mr O E Jorst a d Roy m ond Gomez, Char les Garc i a While.

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p Orchejira F I RST' R OvV, Left 1 0 Right: Ln u m D oro w. Pol Seaman. Laum S trongm a n C llOrles Garcio M ace l W as habau g h Le s l ie Ri c hmond K a r e n Nelson M ary T o r s t e nson Ro solie H ew itt SECOND R O W : D o nn a W o ng. Edith Stic b ritz K e nn e lh B e rn s t e in. Lin do Burza. J a n e Fari s. Ro se VOSqUe"l. David Coffey, H arr i e t Hewitt. THIRD R O W : Bruce Fl om. H e r b ert Co ull e r Phillip B u rr e ll Lcnnart H o k a nson J ohn M orin. Lorry S t onford. J o n J o r s t a d Ric k y Ma edl. FOURTI-t ROW: A rthur M anikos Mr O E Jorst ad. Susan Wilferd. Joanne T a n ". Ginger Thomas. Willi a m While. Andy N icol aiscn '" 1

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.. Secretar,! J o hn Ev e rson Ri chard Carpenter M ary-Es th e r Jon es :Jrea:jure r Student AJJociation :Jrea:jurer Larry Wilde r .. Page 92 Council FRON T ROW. Lei! 1 0 Ri"hl: D o n M cCullo u g h Larry Wilder. E l nine A sbury, M ary -Esthe r Jones. J olin Eve r son. Morcy Woo d B A K ROW: Con chilo Graves. J eun Allon. Jock Allin Sa nd y E cklloll R obert Ila mlliond. E liwbe t h l....imkcrnn nn. Ri c k M nc dl. Jeun Von O c r H ey d e n. S h o ryn Noge n s. E l a in e A s bury

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FRONT R O\-V. l....cl'l t o Right : \-Vally Brian A leJL: H c ppc nh eime r Lew i s F r e n c h BA C K ROV./: Rulh Ma s o n Pan cho 1"1 0110. Richard Carpente r B onnie rVl a r qua r d t h f e t (, c .. LEFT TO R I G H T : Larr y \ ,Vil d er. \ Vanda Scott. Joe Lawr e n ce. M ary E sthe r J o nes. Step h e n F rank l in. Jean Van O e r Heyd en. John Everson NOT P ICfURED: E l izab eth H anna. Chris M c C ull o u g h Pam J ohns ton. R e n e Owen. Rick l"l ae dl. Joann e Jones. H arrie l Hewitt. 1'1ik e Burw c o rt C (, f Page 93

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Pag_ 94 .. FRONT ROW, Left t o R i g ht: \ ,ya rdie R e dm a n D onnA W o ng, S u sa n S t anley Cuca Cab a nill as, T o m H eppenh eimer, R ei n a l d o B arre r as, R e n e Owen, Lor rain e C h a n Luvina Messe r Frank B o rsellino CENTER ROW: J a n D eck. A l i c e lA y B e rni e Hill. A l ex H e ppen h cimer, Val erie S piv ey, A nd y Nico l aisen. Yvonn e Le l aid i er, Dia n e Kubil. J oa nn e Jones (Hi s t orian), Flor e n ce Alle n Wan da Scott (Secretary-Treasurer) BA C K RO\,y: Vi r ginia Foris, Mary-Es th e r J ones (Presid en t). Ri c k Moe dl. Sand y E c kh off. Gordo n R eif. J ean Va n Der H eyde n J oe CoHin. Lon n i e Sm ith J o hn Everso n Laura Dorow Doug Alberg a, P a m J o hn s t on, Coc hit a Gm\es. .. FRONT ROW. Lert t o Righ, : Donna Wong. Cat h y Fi t z simmo ns. Ph illip B arre tt. The r esa A lder e t e ( Se cr e tary -Treallurer). land i Zimm erman (Pr e s iden t) J oa nn e Jone s (Vice-Preside n t) B e tty Payn e C h nr l e n e Al e:w nd er. Ali ce u.y CENTER ROW: L orrai n e C h a n Conn ie Lus h e r Judy P a lum bo, Reina ld o B arTe mll, Fl o r e nce Alle n Carolyn Smith. Amy Garc ia. L ouill McCofr. N ina Chapell. M nry Esl her J o n es B e rni e Hill. BA C K ROW; Ri ca r d o F OIlIl'. Nancy Mj t c h ell. La ura D orow, T o m H eppe nh cilllcr, Jj m J ones. Georg e Angle. Arthur M a nikall. D ouil all A l bc r ga. Sundy Ec lth orf. S u:r.anne Lde r Andy' Nico l aise n

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FRONT ROvV. Left 1 0 Right: Santiago B aza n D o n M cCullo u g h D o u g l a s Alberga. D ave Wilde r e E l rER ROW: Ric h ard C hin. Jo e Law r e nce. Jim \Villif ord ( Secre t ary-Treas ur er) Larr y \ ,Vilde r (Presi dent). Collee n Lawson ("2 1 Cl ub Camh' a l Q u een). J ohn E \'erson (VicePresi de nt) Go rdon Reil. R obert H auser, K enny K a rpin ski. BACK R O \ V : J a c k A U ia. Ricky i' l aedl. C h arles Bialko w ski. Pie rre Leigrwdie r Ric h ard Ca rpent er. J oe Coffin, i'1ike But'/...u. R a n dy Schroede r and " 21 FRONT RO\ V. Leh 1 0 Right: vVa n da Scott. Hild a R eifkoli l Chris M cCullo u gh, BAC K ROW: Cathy Lew i s Jean Alla n S"-Ull K a tz. J a n Deck. S u e Corrigan Page 95

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c s. P a8e 96 .. FRONT' RO\V, Lelt t o Right: Geo r ge S l a ui!hle r Ear l Griggs. P o n c h o M olin Larry v Viid c r J eff Leon. Ric hie Gar cia J o hn Lowe. i'-1ickey Abe l Borsellino. BACK R O \ V : K e nny K a rpin ski, Grant S mith. J oe Collin. C hu c k y B a t h. Blranick. D a v e Larri s on. R ay Schicdegg. Brian Lutz. George K a ndrin A. I ROW ROW. 1..1,/1 10 Right E I[li nc As hury, l\)[lr gll r e t O'Bri cll. COdlY L e w i s S u e Corrigan. Ili i d o Rirlkohl, Judy P(ll ulIlbo. 1..11; I i onno B A K ROW Tllcrcso W os l m b a u g l.. ori n M ee h a n, Jcon AIIln s,..ndy L-k llOll. I h lrTiet Ilewill, L:.ur
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;]) r a m a t l-e 0 C It e jC j f FRONT RO\"' Left t o Righ t : Frank Tort orici. Sa m rvl ason. Phil lip B arrell. R obbie Thomas. J ac k Green CENTER RO\ V : H ank D e V oll. D a n Au s tin. Jean H a rdwick. P a tsy Hogan Ann abella Parson s K arl Compton BA C K RO\' V : fl.1r. Rice. Tom H e ppenh eimer. Rob ert C h an. Ric h ard Chin. f\1ich ae l Fitzpatrick. David Hutchin son. Ricky Fong. EIr Rin g (Team Capt a in) C f U t "1 .-FRONT ROW. Left t o Right : Ph i llip B arrett. Jud y P alumbo. l'-1ich elle Goug en. Lorrain e C h a n CEJ\rrER RO\>\I : landi Z imme r man. R obert C h a n D e bbi e Franklin. Jfln e l Hoverson D onna ""o ng. Eug e n e Pugh. Alice Lay. Joann e Jones. E s t elle D f wison. Tom H e p penheime r Connie Las h e r BACK ROW: u Stephen Frank1in. Nan c y Page 97

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, Page 98 FROF\ry RO\ V Lelt 1 0 Righi : Jeannett e H a nnhe rg. J a n e t H o verson. S h a ron Stan l ey. Lorrain e C h an. Eli7.abeth L e ta T igert. Virg e n R o driqu ez. C l ara Sol e r Conchita Grave s B a r bara D e l Vec c luo lihby Gamboa. D ebbie Franklin CENTER RO\o V: R ebecca Kizer V a l erie Spivey. Do n na \,yo ng. E s tlle D aviso n Grace Cra i g Camle n F e mand e z Dia n e Kub il, A l ice Link. Arl e n e H a nnberg. Caro l Hankanson Nancy Largent. Leda \ ,ya lbridge. C h ery l Park er. BAC K RO\OV: Virginia F aris. R e b ecca Carr ejo. A l ice Lay Cece lia Dall ow. T eresa A l d e r e te. Laura DOl;Qw. Caro lin e Smith Sandra St reck er. D oreen B aas. Nan c y H opkins. \'Vl iss McLim ans Cannen Val e n cia. F aris. Lonnie Smith. Yvonn e Lelaidi e r Mar r Esthe r J o n e s B ernice H i ll. R e n e Owen. Joan n e J o n es. M a r y ODonnell ...... FRONT ROW Lihby Gamboa. Bor bnra Del V ecchio. S h a r o n S t anley. Lorrain e Chan M IDDL E ROW: S u sa n S t anle y Yvo nne Co l o n Jean ette H o nnb crg. CCi:clia D o l l ow. Grace Craig V a l erie Spivey, Donntt W o n g Alice L a y E adIe Davi s o n BACK ROW: Bernice H ill. Virginja F aris T e r esa A l drett e Laura D orow Yvonn e Lelo idier R ehecca Carrelo. Non c y H opkins D oree n B ans J n n e Fari s Mary -Esthe r J o nes. C(lrolin e mith. Sondra treck er. Carme n F e rnand ez. Joanne J o nes.

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KNEELI N G leI! to Right : S h a r o n S i anle),. J ose phin e B o r se llin o 1Vl i c h elle R aine r Juli a Tindl e Edna l\ l o r a les. Sl' A N DI N G : Barb ara D e l V ecc hi o Vicki Feuie r Sandy E c kh off. Beck)' Cu r ejo. W a nd a Ra c hal. Jud y Palumbo .. :lite Office q;r t .1 I a n I K.J\JEEUNG. Lelt t o Right : Hild a Riefko hl. M arie "Vertz. C hri s 1Vl cCullo ug h Ul. H a nn a Sf AND I N G : M ary Ann H ardwick. J a n Deck. Cathy Lewi s W a nd a Hummer. P a m J o hn s t on. M arie l a A lcorim Page 99

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p e p C t u b P age 100 _. '!.. ., ... --FROf\ry ROW (left 10 right) : K ay Topi c. Connie laUo. r-.' I a rgo Stan l ey. Lbbic Gamboa. !' 1im i Goguen. Sharon Stanl ey, Cath y Redmond. Con c hit a Grnves Lorraine Chan. Vi cki Susan Sian l e y f\'IIDDLE ROW: Na ncy largen!. J anice C heshire Edna Forsythe. Jud y Pa lumbo. J ea nnelle H a nneberg, Cathy C hri s tians e n. V a l erie Spivey, Cathy F itzsi mm ons Jeann e H a rdwi c k B a rba ra Del Vea:h i o BACK ROW: D o nn a W ong. T e r esa A l d ere te. Na n c y H o pkin s Macel Was h abaugh, D o nn a Vac he. Sandrn Shore. H i lda H o t s k o Joan McGl o in. Rebecca Carre jo. Sandm Streck er. l..eslie Richmond. Dore n Baas. E s tlle Davison R09c mary Reard o n Cl I S Drill T corn Q u e p a SI!, Joc? New s t y l e o r twi s t ?

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Editor .......... .... ...................... ............ __ ........................ ................ Chris McCullough Assistant Editor........... ...................... Business Manage r ......... Assistant Business Manager ........... Literary Editor............. ............... . . Photographe r ..................... ................... Student Advisor... ............... ...... J a n D ec k B e v e rly George K athy H e menway V e rn a Hildebrand Jeannette Kirkland ........................... W anda S cott ... S a m K a tz .George Sla u ghter .............. Sue Corrigan .......................... B e v Schr o eder .Louis F attorosi Dave Larrison Cathy L ewis Hilda Rie fkohl Marie W ertz Junior-Senior Pictures by .. Other Photographs by ................... _......... . ... Fin layson Studio .. .sgt. Marcel C. Van D e r Hoeven Sgt. Windsor Thompson The Caribbean Staff wishes to extend its s incere thanks to a ll those people who have m a d e the 1962 Caribbean yearbook possible. W e hope tha t yo u enjoy it as muc h as we have e njo ye d producing it. Page 101

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FINLAYSON STUDIO No. 23 Front Street Our Specialty: Portraits R oll Film Developing and Printing Enlargements Tinting in Oil B o x 667 Colon, R. P. -T el. 9 Ah, C'mon' f ellas l Hun gry? Compliments of PANAMA AGENCIES CO. Cristobal -Panama Balboa "Sweet Nolhi nll S ill ,.., Oh. What a Dazzling Smilel Compliment s of' ITALIAN LINE Cris tobal, Canal Zone l...M / A Little Oab' U Do Y a:' "Sam's body guard:' SEARS When shopping make sure and conract your "SEARS ctrail store. Shop through our mail order deparrmenr o r fro m rhe wide variery of anides disp layed on rhe floor. Colon, Panama TELEPHONE 1137

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Compliment s of CONTINENTAL SHIPPING CORPORATION Compliments of BAZAR HONESTO Tel. 734 Box 430 Colon, R. P. Compliments of muebleria \\la unicci" Q UALITY FURNITURE Tel. 318 Box 427 Congratulations and our best wishes for fine futures BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS

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W ITH COMPLIMENTS OF SQUIBBMATHIESON INTERNATIONAL CORP. COLON FREE ZONE

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Complim ents of C. FERNIE & CO. Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 TERMINALES PANAMA S .A. COLON, PANAMA Telephone 1800 Box 462

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MADURITOS Friendliest Store in Colon Ladies' and Misses' and Children's Apparel GIFTS Front Street AUTOAC Quality Parts and Accessor ies F o r All Cars Colon, Republic of Panama Compliments of JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY. INC. TEL. 731 Best Wishes to the Class of '62 BREAKERS' CLUB Best Wishes from the PANAMA CANAL YACHT CLUB Cristobal. Canal Zone Compliments of JOHN SURANY 11th and Front Street Tel. 77 Colon Panama Compliments of RADIO CENTER S.A. Good Luck to the Class of '62 "MUEBLERIA LA GAHANTIA" QUALITY FURNITURE Panama City, Panama

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With Sincere Good Wishes to the C lass of '62 CAIN BROTHERS, INC. "World Wide Movers" T EL. BALBOA 2973 D D n ci n g i n the dork. SHOP FOR YOUR HOUSE HERE! ROM I 22-47 Central Ave 2-0899 Wilford & McKay, Inc Ste a mship Agents and Brokers CANAL ZONE

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T h e H e p pe nh eimc r T w i s t Pas< 1 08 Who'l alle r ? The m O rning orle r tile ni g ht bef ore. Mull ond J eff

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Compliments o f GIL MORLAND Compliment s of THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK Branches at: Panama, Republic of Panama Colon, Repu blic of Panama Balboa, Canal Zone David, Republic of Panama Chitre, Republic of Panama With Sincere Good W ishes to the Class of '62 MARGARITA FLORIST Bonded F.T.A. Members CRISTOBAl. PHONE 3-1916

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What. m e worry ? Loo k ou t below B ee lh o,'cll s 5th sy mph ony in B#. ThinlZ s are loo k i n g up! H a n g on lilZht! Let th e r e be drums, Isn t th a t cu te? C u e .. who? Timm .mber Page 110

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FLY PAN AM JET S Aboard every Pan American flight is the Priceless Extra of Experience. When you choose Pan Am you enjoy the confidence that comes with flying the world's most experienced airline. Visit your Travel Agent or Pan Am today. Panama: 22 S treet No 12 Tel. 2.70 COMPLIMENTS OF BOYD BROTHERS STEAMSHIP AGENCIES, Ltd.

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Compliments o f ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO Crist o baL Canal Zone Compliments o f ALMACEN FONG With a s & IOc Department 9th and Bolivar Avenue C o lo n, Republic of Panama With Sin cere Good Wi s hes t o the Class o f '62 BESFIT QUALITY SUITS Panama, Col o n Compliments o f INTERNATIONAL HOTEL Compliment s of ELBERT S. W AID POST NO 2 AMERICAN LEGION

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Pag e 114 Mr. and lVlrs John F. Ric e Mr. a nd lVlrs. F. A. New h ard Caro l D. N e whard Mr. and Mrs. Gayl e Fortn e r Mr. and M r s R H ammette r Dr. Ves t a l L. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Tracy P White Mr. a nd Mrs Andr ew Metzgar lVlr and Mrs. W. T. C lut e Mr. a nd Mrs G. D. R e dmond Mrs Gre e nin g Mr. and Mrs D. S Hi c k s Mr. and Mrs. R. A. A ldri c h Mr. a nd Mrs. P aul A. Kunk e l Sgt. Otis J. Hull Mr. B R. Mazzoni Capt. and Mrs. J. Finley M ee han Malcolm Lid e r Mr. a nd Mrs. L. S. Burk e Mr. a nd Mrs. M H. C l ark Mr. a nd Mrs. Morgan Holcomb Mr. and Mrs. R o b e rt B. Vaul e Mr. a nd Mrs. D a l e Fon t aine Jam e s W. S h o b e Mr. and Mrs. L. C. P aulson Mr. a nd Mrs J a mes A. Wood R. D. Va l e ntin e Mr. a nd Mrs. J o hn M K l asovsk y W M. D e a t on G. A. L as h e r J. P La s h e r G e org e B. Vina l Mil ton E. Stone Fri e nd Fri e nd Fri e nd Lloyd E S t e v e n s Mrs. J ac k E Smith Mr. J. M. V a nd e r grif t lVl r a nd Mrs. F. L. W ertz Mr. a nd Mrs. D. E. Bru c e Mrs. B W Pade n Mrs. Joseline D onoso Mr s E W. Sc hro e d e r Mrs. Wm. B. See l y Mr s Loyl a J aco m e Mrs. J a n e t Mur ga Capt Ant h ony Duarte Lt. Col. Justin Zack Lt. Col. Rob e rt H S tr ecke r Mrs. W. J. D eSa lvo Lt Col. a nd Mr s Vias Mrs. W. G L a uri e Capt. a nd Mrs. Morin Capt an d Mrs J. B. Wal ace Mr. a nd Mrs Swea ring e n Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Argo Mr. a nd Mrs W D. Jo hn s ton Mr. a nd Mrs. F. C. Willoughby W. A. V a n S i clen Milton L ee Nash Mr. a nd Mrs O. G Pate rson Mrs. C leo Burn s Mr. a nd Mrs R. L. P e nnin g ton Mr. a nd Mrs. A l b ert Sho r e Mr. a nd Mrs. E. J. Com p t on Mr. a nd Mrs. Wm. J. B aldw in Mr. a nd Mrs. W. J. Wilkinson Capt. A. C. Cherry Mr. R nd Mrs. T. L. Bai ley Capt. a nd Mrs. S. F. M aso n III Mr. a nd Mrs. Erwin Ramsey Mr. a nd Mrs. J. F. S t ephe nson Mr. Ro l a nd Casanova M r a nd lVlrs. Ric h ard Ambe l a n g Mr. a nd Mrs. Eugene E. H amlin. Jr. Edwa rd B. O'Brien Mr. a nd Mrs. L e a l a nd A. L a rr ison Mr. a nd Mrs. H C. C h ambe r s M r a nd Mrs. W E. M a r c h Mr. a nd Mrs. W E W e i g l e Jr. J a mes F. McGl o in Mrs Erne s t E. Faris

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Mr. and Mrs. L. F. D e d ea u x Jo a nn e Walke r John T. P e t e r son Mr. a nd Mrs. M ee k e r Mr. and Mr s Sm itty Mr. a nd Mrs. Crump Mr. a nd Mrs. P erry W as h abaug h Mr. a nd Mrs Bruce Sander s Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C harles S t e pp Mr. a nd Mrs. W alte r M c Brid e Mr. a nd Mrs. Victor May. Jr. Mr. and )\/ lrs. E. Dreye r Mr. a nd Mrs. D. Waddell Mr. a nd Mrs. William G. Hill. Mr. a nd Mrs. S A ch eso n Mr. a nd Mrs. B. D Humphrey Capt. a nd Mrs. Arthur M c L ea n Murphy" Mr. a nd Mrs. C. A. Gree n e Mr. and Mrs R L. Austin R. J. D anie lson Norman M c L a r e n V. D Young B. B Gray P. F. Whitney Mr. a nd Mrs. J a m es A. vV e i se l oge l tvlr and Mrs. T. C. C l arke Jr. Mr. a nd Mrs. L. E. Christiansen Mr. a nd Mrs. J. A. Vow ell Theodor e Finn e m a n L. D. Wood Mr. and Mr s J. W. Coffin Mr. a nd Mr s H B D e Voll Mr. a nd Mrs. K e nn e th Daly Mr. a nd Mrs R. D. Dunca n Mr. and Mrs E. C. Blount Mr. a nd Mrs. tv!. T. W e bst e r Mrs E. M. Turne r C. S. Asbury Danie l Aus tin Mrs. Crus i Mr. a nd Mrs. Hild e brand Mr. a nd Mrs Manikas Mr. a nd Mrs Stiebritz Mr. a nd Mrs. Dami ani Mr. a nd Mrs. Ross Pase Mr. a nd Mrs. M cElho n e Mr. a nd Mrs P. Torto.i c i Mr. a nd Mrs R E. H e llmu nd Mr. a nd Mrs. J. B. H all 'vVarre n E. L e Doux Mr. a nd Mrs. J. H Payne Mr. a nd Mrs. B. S. Favori te'. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. M cE lvai n e Mr. a nd Mrs. R e dm o nd Mr. a nd Mrs. Br a ndt Mr. N. F. K elle r Mr. a nd Mrs. C. L. G r ee n LI. and Mrs. Rob ert S trickla nd Major and Mrs. G Blae u e r Capt. a nd Mrs W. S. R o binson Major a nd Mrs. W T. Droz e l Lt. a nd Mrs. \ Villia m T. Palme r M a j o r a nd Mrs. P. W, K ermolt Lt a nd Mrs. H aro l d B. S mith L eslie W ag n e r W R. LaCh apelle Mrs. A lfr e d Norkun as Mr. a nd Mrs. Bruce Sand e r s III R Swearingen Mr. a nd Mrs. D o n a ld Mathi eso n Capt. a nd Mrs. W. E. Hopkin s Dr. a nd Mrs Ronald E. Moore Mr. and Mrs. P aul Cain Diane Sc h eidegg Mr, a nd Mrs M LaCr OiX Mr. C. V. Sche i degg Mr. a nd Mrs. R L. Brians Jo sefina M Cimino G e org e E. Mitchell Lt a nd Mrs. J a m es U. Bije IVIr. a nd Mrs. Yavt ec Pl avn i k M / Sgt. and Mrs. R. G. Deck Mr. and Mrs. E. C. C l e mon s Page 115

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KANSAS CITY Eo, MISS O URI TORONTO 1. ONTARIO LITH O I N U S A BY YEARlJOOK HOUSE
























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FIRST ROW (left to right): Sandy Eckhoff. Sonia Kandrin. Sandy Parker. Cathy Lewis. Jean Allan.
Laura Strongman. Theresa Washabaugh. SECOND ROW: Christine Bath. Evelyn Messer. Carla
Meehan. Hilda Riefkohl.


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PANAMA CANAL YACHT CLUB
Cristobal, Canal Zone


AUTOAC
Quality Parts and Accessories
For All Cars
Colon, Republic of Panama


Compliments of

JOHN SURANY

11th and Front Street Tel. 77
Colon, Panama


Compliments of

JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY, INC.
TEL. 731


Compliments of

RADIO CENTER S.A.


Best Wishes to the
Class of '62
BREAKERS' CLUB


Good Luck to the
Class of '62
"MUEBLERIA LA GARANTIA"
QUALITY FURNITURE
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KNEELING. Lett to Right: Sharon Stanley. Josephine Borsellino, Michelle Rainer. Julia Tindle. Edna
Morales. STANDING: Barbara Del Vecchio. Vicki Fettler. Sandy Eckhoff. Becky Carejo. Wanda
Rachal, Judy Palumbo.


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EUGENE H. PUGH. JR.
"Gene"
December 16. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Leave silence to the saints: I am but human."
Outstanding Cadet M-l: Outstanding N.C.O. M-2: D.A. Award 2: Pres-
ident of Thespian Troupe 21; Senior Assembly. Plays: Room Full of Roses,
The Whole Town is Talakng, Assistant Director of House Without Win-
dows.








ROBERT ALVIN RANKIN
May 10, 1943
Cristobal. Canal Zone
"Time is but the stream I go fishing in.
Soccer 1.2: Football 2.3; Basketball Intramurals 1.2: ROTC 2,3.

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GORDON CHARLES REIF
"Gordie"
December 5. 1944
Cincinnati, Ohio
"He will succeed, for he believes all he says."
"21" Club 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2.3.4: Caribe Club 2.3.4: Class As-
semblies 2,4; Chess Club 4. Intramurals: Basketball 2. Soccer 2.
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FRONT ROW (left to right): Kay Tapie. Connie Latto. Margo Stanley. Libbie Gamboa. Mimi
Goguen, Sharon Stanley, Cathy Redmond. Conchita Graves. Lorraine Chan. Vick Clarke. Susan
Stanley. MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Largent. Janice Cheshire. Edna Forsythe. Judy Palumbo. Jeannette
Hanneberg, Cathy Christiansen. Valerie Spivey, Cathy Fitzsimmons. Jeanne Hardwick. Barara Del
Vecchio. BACK ROW: Donna Wong. Teresa Alderete, Nancy Hopkins. Macel Washabaugh, Donna
Vache. Sandra Shore. Hilda Hotsko. Joan McGloin, Rebecca Carrejo. Sandra Strecker, Leslie Richmond,
Doren Baas. Estlle Davison. Rosemary Reardon.


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CHS Drill Team
CIIS Drill Team


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GEORGE W. SLAUGHTER
"Buddy"
February 20. 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Heart as big as the ocean and a smile to match."
Football 2,5.4: Swimming 1.2.5.4; Track 4: Football All-Stars 4; Senior
Assembly: Lettered in Football, Swimming: "C" Club; Homecoming
Dance Sponsor: Freshman Brawl: ROTC 2.53 Cadet First Lieutenant 4;
STradewind Staff. St. Joseph's College Minor Seminary 1.

















LAURA MARIA STRONGMAN
July 19. 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Brimming over with jests and quips, never a sad word on
her lips."
Orchestra 1,2.3.4; Band 1.2,5,4; Assembly 2; G.A.A. 1.2,3.4. Intramurals:
Basketball 1,2.3.4. Captain 2: Volleyball 1,2.3,4. Captain 2: Softball
1.2.3.4. Captain 2. "A" League Basketball 1.2.3.4; "A" League Volley-
ball 2; "A" League Softball 2: Top Ten in sports 1,2.3.










JOANNE FRANCES TANG
"Jo"
May 5. 1945
"*0J- Colon. Republic of Panama
i.. "A girl with beauties very rare;
j Bewitching eyes and raven hair."
\ Nurses Aide Club 1.2,3,4. Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. Treasurer 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4: Caribe Club 2.3.4: Dramatics Club 2.3;
Homeroom Representative 1.2; Senior Assembly: National Honor Society
3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Band 1,3.4: Orchestra 1.3.4; Christmas Festi-
val 1,3.4.


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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Frank Tortorici. Sam Mason. Phillip Barrett, Robbie Thomas, Jack Green.
CENTER ROW: Hank DeVoll, Dan Austin. Jean Hardwick. Patsy Hogan. Annabella Parsons, Karl
Compton. BACK ROW: Mr. Rice. Tom Heppenheimer. Robert Chan. Richard Chin, Michael Fitzpatrick.
David Hutchinson. Ricky Fong. Eli Ring (Team Captain).


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ROW: Zandi Zimmerman. Robert Chan. Debbie Franklin. Janet Hoverson. Donna Wong. Eugene
Pugh. Alice Lay. Joanne Jones. Estelle Davison. Tom Heppenheimer. Connie Lasher. BACK ROW:
Alex Heppenheimer, Mary McDonnell. Jane Faris, Sam Katz. Adel Bums. Stephen Franklin. Nancy Page 97
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LOUIS JOHN DAVIS
"Luke"
October 19. 1945
New York. New York
Work is work and must be done:
But when I work. I have my fun."
Soccer 1.2.3.4: Basketball Intramurals 1.2.3: Baseball 4: Basketball 4:
Track 2.4.


JANICE KAYE DECK
"Jan"
May 3. 1944
Milan, Indiana
"Success to her who is persistent, industrious. and well-liked."
Caribe Club 5.4: Girls' State 3: Class Assembly 4; Tradewind Editor and
Staff: Journalism Treasurer 4: Freshman Coach for Brawl 4: Quill and
Scroll: S. A. Ways and Means Committee Chairman 4; Campaign Assem-
bly 5. Fort Knox High School. Fort Knox. Kentucky: French Club 1,2;
F. T. A. 1.2: Library Club 1: KAPA 1.2: KAPA Assembly 2. Rising Sun
High School, Rising Sun. Indiana.


DEREK WILLIAM EGGER
"Churchkey"
September 24, 1945
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Never do today what you can get someone else to do tomorrow.
ROTC 3.4: Assemblies.


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Borsellino. Kay Tapie, Janet Clute, Judy Williams, Charlene
Graves. Judy Redmond. Doreen Baas, Ricky Livingston, Louis
Davis. Dick Dugan. Eugene Pugh, Nancy Hopkins, Linda
Benton.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Sandy Eckhoff. Judy Palumbo. Sue Corrigan, Nine Chappel. Bernie
Hill. Theresa Washabaugh. BACK ROW: Len Hakanson, John Knueppel. Larry Wilder, Kit Atkins,
Jimmy Jones. Coach Syd Kennon.


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NOT PICTURED: Theresa Alderete. George Angle. Doreen Bass. Betty Bertocini. Jack Brayton. Mike
Burza, Amalia Cabanillas. Vincent Canamas. Lance Cheshire. Collin Corrigan. Ted Davis. Austin Gentry.
Roman Gomez. Roy Hall. Harriet Hewitt Mae Jacques. Pierre Leignadier. Robert Mosely. William Nelson.
Lucia Ochoa, George Patton. Albert Pilkerton. Gordon Sanders. Donna Smith. Charles Tobin, Patricia
Van Dyke, William Will. Joseph Wynne.


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HILDA RIEFKOHL
April 18, 1944
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"She was our Queen.
Our rose, our star.
G.A.A. 1,2,3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Class Assemblies 1.2. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4. All-Stars: Volleyball 1.2,5: Basket-
ball 1.2.4. Co-Captain 4: Softball 1.2.3. Lettered: Tennis 2. Top Ten
1.2.3; S.A. Representative 1: Assistant Treasurer of S.A. 3: Class Presi-
dent 2; Homecoming Court 4: Jamboree Queen 4: Tradewind Staff.


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AIDE MARIA RIGBY
"Polo"
April 18. 1943
Ancon. Canal Zone
"May your joy be as deep as the ocean.
Your trouble as light as its foam."
Baseball 3. Volleyball 3. Basketball 3.


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CHARLES P. RHINE
"Chuck"
December 16. 1942
Omaha, Nebraska
"He bats high in life's league."
Football 4: Track 4: Gymnastics 4: Tennis 4: Basketball 4. Presidio Junior
High: Soccer 1: Science Fair 1: Orchestra 1. George Washington High:
Science Club 2. Marvelwood School: Co-Captain J.V. Soccer Team 3:
Tennis 3; Glee Club 3; Hood-Store Manager 3. Balboa High School:
Chemistry Lab Assistant 3; Track 3.































Compliments


ELBERT


S. WAID


POST


NO. 2


AMERICAN LEGION


Compliments of

ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
Cristobal, Canal Zone


With Sincere Gobd Wishes
to the Class of '62
BESFIT
QUALITY SUITS
Panama, Colon


Compliments of

ALMACEN FONG
With a 5 & 10c Department
9th and Bolivar Avenue
Colon, Republic of Panama


Compliments of

INTERNATIONAL HOTEL






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Garcia. Harriet Hewitt.


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FRONT ROW (left to right): Marcy Wood. Sue Corrigan. Sandy Weigle. BACK ROW: Carol
La Croix, Diane Asbury. Lavina Messer, Elaine Asbury, Judy Palumbo, Bernie Babinecz. Elizabeth
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Duean. Charle. Tape. Richie Garcia. Larr \\'ilder. John
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For his patience throughout our high
school years and for the endless efforts he
has put forth in guiding us on our way to
success. we, the Senior Class of '62. grate-
fully dedicate the 1962 Caribbean to Mr.
Carl E. Nlaedl. May he accept this dedica-
tion as a symbol of our lasting gratitude.




Battalion Commander


BattaAon Stafl


Lt. Col. Everson


Maj. Pugh


LEFT TO RIGHT: Capt. George Little (Adjutant). Capt. Ricky Maedl
(S-2). Maj. Jean Allan (Sponsor). Capt. Howell Wynne (S-3). Maj Eugene
Pugh (Executive).


Capt. Little


Honorary Maj. Allan


LEFT TO RIGHT: Honorary Lt. Patsy Lee, Honorary Maj. Jean Allan, Honorary Capt. Jeanne Buss.
Honorary Capt. Chris McCullough.


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January 4. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Always smiling, always neat:
Forever nice, forever sweet.
Intramurals: Basketball 3.4; Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Softball 3.4. Basketball All-
Stars 3.4: Volleyball All-Stars 3; Softball All-Stars 2. G.A.A. 3.4: Assem-
bly 1.2; Glee Club 1.2.5; Cheerleader 4.


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NORMAN ROGER HUTCHINSON
"Rog"
February 4. 1945
Salem. Massachusetts
"Men have died from overwork.
I may live a long time.
Intramurals: Basketball 1.,3 Soccer 2.5. Class Assembly 4; Glee Club 1.


ANA LOUISA JACQUES
"Jack"
September 27. 1943
Panama City. Republic of Panama
"Stately and tall she moves down the hall.
The chief of a thousand for grace.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Wilder. Wanda Scott. Joe Lawrence. Mary-Esther Jones. Stephen Franklin.
Jean Van Der Heyden. John Everson. NOT PICTURED: Elizabeth Hanna. Chris McCullough. Pam
Johnston. Rene Owen. Rick Maedl. Joanne Jones. Harriet Hewitt. Mike Burza.


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Sanders. Orrin Clement. Kenny Karpinski. BACK ROW: Ray Schiedegg. Jeff Leon. Rusty Field. Gregory
Hakanson. Brian Lutz. Mike Burza, Chuck Bath. Jack Brayton. Poncho Motta.


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Rielkohl. Brian Lutz. Jean \an Der Heden. Joe Lawrence.








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We, the students of CHS, proudly acknowledge
our appreciation to Roy Fleming for his hard work and
long and faithful services as head janitor. Roy has been
with CHS for twenty-five years and plans to continue
working here as long as he can. We thank him for his
past endeavors and hope that he will be with us for many
years to come.


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MARCUS REGINALD FRENCH, JR.
"Mark"
August 24, 1944
Abilene, Kansas
"Politeness is to do and say the kindest things in the kindest way.
ROTC 3.4: Glee Club 3; Class Assembly 4; Christmas Festival 3: Com-
pany Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4. Paseo High School. Kansas City. Mis-
souri: ROTC 1.2; A Cappella Choir 2; Boys Choir 1,2; Drill Team 1.2.


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ANDREW RICHARD GARCIA. JR.
"Richie"
June 22. 1944
Kinsdon. Alabama
"It is better to be small and cast a great light, than large and not
shine at all."
Football 3,4; Track 3.4: Baseball 3.4; "C" Club 3.4; Honecoming Court
4; Palm Bowl 3,4. Baker High School: Track 2


CHARLES ANTHONY GARCIA
"Charlie"
April 2. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Born for success he seems."
Orchestra 3.4; Band 3.4; Boys' State 3; Senior Assembly 4. Balboa High
School: French Club 2: Chess Club 1.2: Orchestra 1.2; Noon Orchestra
1.2: ROTC 2.


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May 13. 1943
Worcester. Massachusetts
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice.
Tradewind Staff: Senior Assembly: Pep Club; Nurses' Aide: Chairman,
Booster Committee. Graduated from Balboa High School.


EDNA GENE MORALES
"Ed"
January 5. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Her laughter and giggles are heard all day,
For she believes in the smiling way.
Glee Club.














MARY ELIZABETH PAYNE
"Betty"
April 24. 1944
Patterson. New Jersey
"Sincere and always kind, a nicer girl is hard to find."
Nurses' Aide 1.4; Girls' State 3.


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---- Editor ..................-................... Chris McCullough
Assistant Editor ............................ Wanda Scott
S Literary Editor ............................. Sue Corrigan
Business Manager ................................ Sam Katz
Ass't. Business Manager ........ George Slaughter
Photographer ................................ Bev Schroeder


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JOSEPH W. COFFIN
"Jose"
November 15. 1944
New York, New York
"Quiet and shy, but quite a guy."
"21" Club 3.4; Caribe Club 2.3.4; "C" Club 2.5,4; Torrid Zone Wizards:
Football 1.2,3.4; Basketball 3,4. Intramurals: Soccer 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1,2;
Softball 1,2. Class Assemblies 1.2: Homecoming Court.


CAROL JOYCE CORRIGAN
October 16, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Pretty as a picture."
Homeroom Representative 1: Homeroom Alternate 2. Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1,2: Basketball 1,2: Softball 1,2. Class Assemblies 1.2.


SUSAN JANE CORRIGAN
"Sue"
October 23, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She is the boundless beauty of spring, the blushing rose of
summer.
Caribe Club 1.2,3.4; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4. President 4; Junior Class President:
Junior-Senior Banquet Chairman; Girls' State: Class Assembly 2; Home-
coming Court 4: "21" Club Court 3; Editor of Jamboree Program; Trade-
wind Staff. Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3.4; Volleyball 1.2.3,4; Softball
1.2.3.4. Captain 2. Varsity Tennis 2.3,4. lettered 3. "B" League All Stars:
Basketball 1,2.3,4, Captain 4; Volleyball 1,2,3. Captain 3; Softball 1,2.3.
Quill and Scroll.


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With Sincere Good Wishes

to the Class of '62

CAIN BROTHERS, INC.

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TEL. BALBOA 2973


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"Jim"
August 1. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Easy-going, loved by all.
Great in mind. in stature small."
"21" Club 1.2.5.4; Caribe Club 2.5.4: Torrid Zone Wizards 2..4;
ROTC 2.5.4.


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"Big Daddy"
November 6. 1945
Lake Charles, Louisiana
"He puts his trouble in a trunk, sits on the lid, and laughs"
ROTC 1.2.3.4; Battalion Staff 4: Class Assemblies 1.24.


Camera Shy:



TERRAND TRADY BING
EDWARD HEWITT GREEN
GUY FREDRIC JONES
BRIAN H. LUTZ
ROBERT WILLIS


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"Ed"
April 13, 1944
New Cristobal. Canal Zone
"Friends. Romans. Countrymen.
Lend me your homework."
Senior Assembly.


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VIRGINIA HOPE HIRONS
"Skeeter"
April 19. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Sunshine in her smile."


WANDA PEARL HUMMER
September 27. 1942
Fort Worth. Texas
"I have a heart with room for every joy."
Tolar High School. Tolar. Texas: Volleyball; Junior Play; Pep Team Club:
F.H.A. 1.2.3.


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We, the Senior Class of 1962, being benevolent, affable, unique, but quite
unpredictable, do hereby bequeath our most esteemed possessions to the benefi-
ciaries named below.


MARIELA ALCORIZA-leaves willingly.
JEAN ALLAN-leaves her position as Battalion Sponsor and
cheerleader to any junior girl.
KIT ATKINS-leaves C.H.S. to those who hate bugs, bugs,
bugs . .
ANN MARIE BASS-leaves the sandflies to Laura Dorow..
CHARLES BATH-leaves his seat in room 310 to Terry Slaughter.
JEANNE BUSS-leaves her baton and broken-zippered majorette
uniform to Bernice Hill.
ROBERT CHAN-leaves his place in the lunch line to his sister
Lorraine and his ability(?) to play chess to Ricardo Fong.
RICHARD CHIN-leaves his lunch hour basketball playing to
Jimmy Jones.
LA RUE CHRISTOPH-leaves his cowboy boots to Collin Corri-
gan and Mickey McElhone.
PATRICIA CLARKE-leaves her Opel and long hair to any
Junior girl.
JOSEPH COFFIN-leaves slowly but surely.
SUE CORRIGAN-leaves all the fun she had on "B" League
to Sandy Weigle.
LOUIS DAVIS-leaves with his "Senior Dignity."
JAN DECK-leaves all her running around for the journalism class
to Cuca Cabanillas.
DEREK EGGER-leaves his white "tank" to Robert Corrigan.
JOHN EVERSON-will leave as bewildered and confused as when
he came.
VICKIE FETTLER-leaves all her never-ending homework assign-
ments to Mary Clement and her sister. Gayle.
STEVE FRANKLIN-leaves his offices and the drama groups to
anyone who wants them-and is willing to work.
MARCUS FRENCH-leaves his ability to imitate Dobie Gillis to
any handsome, blue-eyed blond.
SONIA KANDR1N-leaves all future homework and memorizations
in English to her brother. George.
SAM KATZ-leaves his ability to correct people who say "mad"
instead of "angry" to Jim Hoverson.
JEANETTE KIRKLAND -leaves her dirty gym socks to Linney
Dugas and Sandy Parker.
DAVID LARRISON-leaves his singing ability and his guitar to
Bob Mosely.
JOSEPH LAWRENCE-leaves his brief case to any lucky girl
needing a new purse.
COLLEEN LAWSON and JEAN VAN DER HEYDEN-leave
their "Community" locker to any "neat" Junior who doesn't
mind cleaning it out.
JEFFERN LEON-leaves his place as "Most Athletic" in the
Hall of Fame to Orrin Clement, his position on the "B" honor
roll to Carla Meehan. and his office as President of the "C"
Club to George Patton.
CATHY LEWIS-leaves the name "Fucil" (Gun) to Margaret
O'Brien.
GEORGE LITTLE-leaves all missed kisses to Zandi Zimmerman.
BILL LI\'INGS'IO\-lease his job as Battalion Supply Sergeant
to any boy not wanting to work too hard.
BRIAN LUTZ-leaves his bow-legs to Colin Corrigan.
CHRIS McCULLOUGH-leaves without the security of a will.
JOSEPH McGOFF-leaves his basketball shoes and his church
key to Elmer Gentry
CHARLES G.RCIA-leaves his old used rosin and violin to
Macel Washabaugh.
RICHIE GARCIA-leaves his size to anyone crazy enough to
want it.
BEV\ERLY GEORGE-leaves her swimming ability to Nancy
Hopkins. Judy Redmond, Linda Benton, and particularly to
her sister, Cookie.
EARL GRIGGS,--le.ne, his books and best wishes to Vicky Clarke.


KAY HAMILTON-leaves her books to Bonnie Conklin, and her
Spanish knowledge (?) to anyone who can figure it out.
ELIZABETH HANNA-leaves her deserved spot in the -
---- --- to some junior.
MARY ANN HARDWICK-leaves her seat at the lunch table
and on the bus to her sister. Jean.
KATHY HEMENWAY-leaves her ability to swim to Jeanette
Hannberg.
EDSALL HILTY-leaves his ability to loaf to anyone who thinks
he can beat him.
WANDA HUMMER-leaves her gym basket to Doreen Baas and
her shower locker to Sandra Parker.
SANDRA HUSTED-leaves her cheerleading position to Diane
Asbury.
ROGER HUTCHINSON-leaves his brother David's weight to
the football team.
ANA JACQUES-leaves her height. 5'9", to anyone who would
enjoy having to look down at people.
PAM JOHNSTON-leaves her position in the Caribe Club to
Wardie Redmond
MARY-ESTHER JONES-leaves the Jones' reputation to Joanne
and James Warren to continue.
EVELYN MESSER-leaves the Advanced Typing Class to any
one who can waste as much paper as she did, and everything
else to her sister, Lavina.
EDNA MORALES-leaves "The Bug" to her little sister, Yvonne.
and C.H.S. to her brother, Ralph.
BEITY PAYNE-leaves C.H.S. to her sister, Millie.
EUGENE PUGH-leaves his seat in algebra and physics to his
brother, and his jokes to anyone who can understand them.
CHARLES RHINE-leaves his grades in physics and American
Institutions to John Lowe.
ELI RING-leaves all his earthly possessions (and some of his
unearthly ones) to anyone who wants them.
RAY SCHEIDEGG-leaves his ability to loaf and get yelled at
during football season to Terry Slaughter.
BEVERLEY SCHROEDER-leaves her good driving skills to Tinker
Hollowell, and her baby-blue Chrysler to Kenny Sanders.
WANDA SCOTT-leaves the "Stromboli" to Benie Hill
GEORGE SLAUGHTER-leaves all the fun he had in C.H.S.
to the last Slaughter there-Terry.
LAURA STRONGMAN-leaves her place as "Most Athletic" in
the Hall of Fame to any one Junior worthy of it.
JOANNE TANG-leaves all the sandflies that have bitten her to
Carmen Fernandez.
KAY TAPIE-leaves the wonderful memories of her senior year
to Jeanette Hannberg and Teresa Alderete.
THERESA WASHABAUGH-leaves all the fun and trouble
she had in C.H.S. to anyone wanting an experience.
TERRY WEBSTER-leaves his motorcycle to Kenny Cooper.
LARRY WILDER-leaves his height to his little brother. Dave.
ROBERT WILLIS-leaves his ability to imitate Rochester to
anyone who wants it.
HOWELL WAYNE-leaves his rank in ROTC to Jack Brayton,
and all the detention he has had in room 310 to Charlotte
Bialkowski.



The following members of the Senior Class leave "nothing to
nobody":
Abel Borsellino, Terrence Bing. Carol Corrigan, Len Hakanson,
Verna Hildebrand, Virginia Hirons, Guy Jones, John Knueppel,
Tony Kucikas, Robert Rankin, Gordon Reif. Hilda Riefkohl. Aide
Rigby, Phil Sanders, Virginia Valdez, Marie Wertz, Jim Williford.


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June 6, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Her smile's like the North Star:
It beams on everyone near and far."
Dramatics Club 1.2: Rifle Club 1,2,3: Volleyball Intramurals 3: Assem-
blies 1.2.4: Girls' State 5.


STEPHEN THEODORE FRANKLIN
"Steve"
February 5, 1945
Ocean Side, California
"There is a great deal of oratory in me, but I don't show it out
of respect for Patrick Henry."
Assemblies 1.2.4: Rifle Club 1.2.5.4. Treasurer 3: F.T.A. 1.2: Soccer
1,2.3: Drama Club 1.2,3,4. Plays: A Room Full of Roses, The Whole
Town's Talking, and House Without Windows: Staging, Lighting, and
Sound Effects Manager 4. Honor Society 4.


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JOHN CHRISTIAN EV'ERSON
August 26, 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
"The highest of distinctions is service to others."
Intramurals: Basketball 1.2: Soccer 1,2. Assembly 2: Prom Chairman 3:
Class Secretary 3: Football 3; Caribe Club 2.3.4: "21" Club 5.4. Vice-
President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 4; National Honor Society 4: Student
Association President 4. ROTC 2.3.4: Drill Team Commander 3: D.A.
Superior Cadet 2.3: 2nd Best Squad 3; ROA Distinguished Cadet 3;
Outstanding NCO 5: Outstanding M-1 3: Battalion Commander 4.


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SQUIBB-MATHIESON


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Mr. Carl Maedl. B.A.. M.A.
Counselor
Guidance


Miss Sophie McLimans. B.S.
Household Arts


Mr. James Mattingly, M.A.
Social Studies
Elementary and Advanced
Mechanical Drawing


Mr. Paul Moser. B.S.
Physical Education
Health


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Mr. James H. Pfau, B.S.. M.A.
Chemistry
Physics


Mrs. Grace Pfau. B.S.. M.A.
Special Education


Mr. Bernard Mazzoni, M.Ed.
Algebra
Mathematics


Mr. James D. Norman. B.S.,
M.S.
Biology
General Mathematics


Mr. Robert McCullogh. B.S..
M.A.
Social Studies
Early World History


Mr. Luke Palumbo, B.S.
General Science


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


Mr. James Rice. B.F.A.. M.Ed.
Art. English


Mrs. Stella Riefkohl. B.A. M.A.
Spanish


Mrs. Yolanda Rodriguez, B.A.
Spanish


Miss Nancy Scott, B.A.. M.A.
Early World History
English


Mr. Earl Sharick. B.A., M.A.
Special Education


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the Night and Ruler of CHS. Jeanne is gowned in a snowy creation of shimmer-
ing satin, a perfect setting for her blond beauty.


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Richard Carpenter


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Larry Wilder


FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Don McCullough, Larry Wilder, Elaine Ashury, Mary-Esther Jones.
John Everson. Marcy Wood. BACK ROW: Conchita Graves. Jean Allan, Jack Attia, Sandy Eckhoff.
Robert Hammond, Elizabeth Limkemann, Rick Maedl, Jean Van Der Heyden, Sharyn Nogens.
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Mary-Esther Jones
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Look out below.


Beethoven's Sth symphony in B#.


Stardust in the eye?
Stardust in the eye?


Hang on tight!


Let there be drums.


Headless Swimmer.


Isn't that cute?


Look mom,. no cavities.


Guess who?


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eff Leon


An all-around athlete with a desire to excel, a great competitor with a burn-
ing desire to win, is our Most Valuable Player, Jeff Leon.
Jeff has lettered in football for the past three years. He has done an outstand-
ing job wherever he was asked to play. He has played a different position each
year and has excelled in each of them.
Players and fans will long remember the tremendous job of punting that Jeff
did for the Tigers during the 1061-62 season. His excellent ball carrying and hard
running from the fullback slot was the best in the Canal Zone this season. Jeff,
carrying his number 21, could be seen gaining critical yardage on many occasions.
His play in the United Fund Game against Miami-Jackson won him praises
from Miami players and coaches, plus the praise of his own coaches and players.
It was truly an outstanding performance.
Jeff, we, the students, fans, players and coaches want to congratulate you on
a most successful high school football career. Best wishes from all of us for a suc-
cessful career from here on.


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Randy SchroPder Biare Gib-on. LuigI MNanlooani. Eddi, Pugh. RckL Ilr-nglton Neal Complon. Ceasar
Ochoa. (all Bruce CENTER ROW- Sue Rosuoe. Judy \\ Lllrd. Ellen PedeC. Carrien Valenca.
Jud) Redman. \'irginia Fam \'olella Fuente, L.ety Sparling FRONT ROW Cl-o Gouiez Beckt
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Albert Mlont. Linda Benton. Arthur Payne. Carla Chamber.. Miguel Cabeza. Alice Link. George Cole.
man. Carry Geddes. Bll Smilh Robert Kapell CENTER ROW Yonne Colon. M.rv O'Donnell
Sandra Serecker. Rila Hedmran. Leda Maret. Mildred Pane. Sharon Harne. Blanche Jones. Virgen
Rodnguez FRONT RO\ D.ane A.4-urn. Donna W\rt,. Linda Tre .no. Michelle Goguen. Cathenne
Redman. Jessie \alder. Edna Forsvthe.


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Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dedeaux
Joanne Walker
John T. Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Meeker
Mr. and Mrs. Smitty
Mr. and Mrs. Crump
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Washabaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sanders, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stepp
Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBride
Mr. and Mrs. Victor May, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dreyer
Mr. and Mrs. D. Waddell
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Acheson
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Humphrey
Capt. and Mrs. Arthur McLean
"Murphy"
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greene
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Austin
R. J. Danielson
Norman McLaren
V. D. Young
B. B. Gray
P. F. Whitney
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Weiselogel
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clarke Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Christiansen
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vowell
Theodore Finneman
L. D. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coffin
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. DeVoll
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Daly
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Blount
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Webster
Mrs. E. M. Turner
C. S. Asbury
Daniel Austin
Mrs. Crusi
Mr. and Mrs. Hildebrand


Mr. and Mrs. Manikas
Mr. and Mrs.Stiebritz
Mr. and Mrs. Damiani
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pase
Mr. and Mrs. McElhone
Mr. and Mrs. P. Tortopici
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hellmund
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall
Warren E. LeDoux
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Payne
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Favorite, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McElvaine
Mr. and Mrs. Redmond
Mr. and Mrs. Brandt
Mr. N. F. Keller
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Green
Lt. and Mrs. Robert Strickland
Major and Mrs. G. Blaeuer
Capt. and Mrs. W. S. Robinson
Major and Mrs. W. T. Drozel
Lt. and Mrs. William T. Palmer
Major and Mrs. P. W. Kermott
Lt. and Mrs. Harold B. Smith
Leslie Wagner
W. R. LaChapelle
Mrs. Alfred Norkunas
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sanders III
R. Swearingen
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mathieson
Capt. and Mrs. W. E. Hopkins
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain
Diane Scheidegg
Mr. and Mrs. M. LaCroix
Mr. C. V. Scheidegg
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brians
Josefina M. Cimino
George E. Mitchell
Lt. and Mrs. James U. Bije
Mr. and Mrs. Yavtec Plavnik
M/Sgt. and Mrs. R. G. Deck
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Clemons


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WANDA DELL SCOTT

"Scottie"
July 22, 1Q44
Fort Worth. Texas

"Winsome is she, adorable too,
A cute pcrsonahty that s Scottie for you.

Caribe Club 1,2.3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 4; National
Honor Society 4; Class Assemblies 2,4; Homecoming
Court 4; Class President 4; Journalism Secretary 4; Home-
room Representative 3; Public Relations Committee 4;
Campaign Assembly 3; Tradewind Editor and Staff 4;
Quill and Scroll.



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COLLEEN MARY LAWSON
March 29, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama

"She weaves silver threads into the fabric of memory.

Intramurals: Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Softball 1, Bowling
2; Class Assemblies 1,2; Class Offices: Secretary -Treasurer
1,2; Vice-President 5.4; Girls' State 3; Library 2; Orchestra 1.




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SUSAN CHRIS McCULLOUGH
April 9, 1944
Fayetteville, North Carolina

"Full of vim, vigor, and vitality.

Caribbean Editor 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Class Assembly 4;
ROTC Sponsor, Company "E" 4. Class Offices: Secretary 4.
Junior-Senior Prom, Table Decorations Chairman; Quill
and Scroll 4.



treasurer



THERESA ANN WASHABAUGH
"Wash"
August 21, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone

Her spirit is like a teakettle always bubbling over."

Senior Class Treasurer; Girls' Athletic Association 2,5,4. In-
tramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,5,4; Softball 1,
2,3,4. B League: Volleyball 2, Basketball 2, Softball 2. A
League: Volleyball 5,4; Basketball 3,4; Softball 2,4. Top
Ten 2,3; Class Assembly 2. Freshman All-Stars: Basketball,
Volleyball. Softball. Orchestra 1,2,5; Girls' State 5.



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MARIELA ALCORIZA

"Mary"

February 21. 1945

Colon, Republic of Panama

"Sentences fail when one word is complete: sweet.

Volleyball, Basketball, Softball. G.A.A., Sophomore Assembly.







JE.AN ELIZABETH ALLAN

"Jeanie

August 21. 1944
Margarita. Canal Zone

From the top of her head to the tip or her toes.
The impression of neatness and lovehness grows.

Girls State 3; Homeroom Representative 1.5.4; Homeroom Alternate 2:
Assemblies 1 .2; Vice-President, Sophomore Class. Intramurals: Volleyball,
Basketball. Softball 1.2. Cheerleader 5.4; G.A.A. 1.2.5.4; Caribe Club
1 .2.5 v ice-President 4 ; ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4 ; Chairman, Public
Relations Committee; National Honor Society 4; Tradewind Editor.









CHRISTOPHER WARD ATKINS

"Kit-
August 4. 1044
New London, Connecticut

"That rare quality: shyness.'
Homeroom Alternate 5; Tennis 5.4.







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JACK ATTIA C

Joaquin

August 29. 104-J

Colon. Republic of Panama

Tis good will makes inlelligence.

2 1 Club 3,4. Intraniurals: Basketball 5.4: Soccer 5. Homeroom Repre-
sentative 4; Class Assembly 4; Torrid Zone Wizards.









4.



ANN MARIE BAAS

"Ann"

August -1, 194-1

New York. New York

If there were more like rier, the stock of halos woulci run out.

Swimming 4. St. Mary's Academy: Christmas Assembly 1.



CHARLES H BATH III

Chuck

June 29. 1944
Stanlord, Conncc ticul

He stoops for nothing but the door.

Basketball 1.2.3.4; Football 2.3.4: Baseball 5.4; Track 3.4: "C" Club
5.4: All-Star Palm Bowl Game 54; Soccer 5,4. Letters: Junior Year 4.
Senior Year 4.








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ABEL BORSELLINO

"Abe"

November 23, 1941
David. Republic of Panama

W^orrying is not for lads like me.

"C" Club 2. Inlramurals: Soccer 4. Basketball. Track 1; ROTC 1.2.5.







JEANNE LEE BUSS

May 16. 1944
Kenosha. Wisconsin

"\ Coquette's April-weather face.

Majorette 4; Majorettes Club 4: ROTC Sponsor 4: Homecoming Queen
4. Melbourne High School. Melbourne. Florida: Band 1.2.3; Chorus 2.3;
Annie Get Your Gun 3: Student Council 1.2: G.A.A. 2.3; Newspaper
Staff 1.3; Critique 2.3.





ROBERT AUGUSTUS CHAN

October 3. 1944

Colon, Republic of Panama

"Good things are twice as good when they are short.

Dramatics Club: Glee Club 1; Assemblies 2.4; Chess Club 4: Freshman
Vice-President.



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RICHARD VINCENT CHIN
"Rich"

April 27. 19-14

Colon. Republic of Panama

"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart."

21 Club 3.4. Intramurals: Basketball. Soccer; Senior Assembly: Home-
room Alternate I.





LaRUE JAY CHRISTOPH
"L J."

December 27. 1944

Margarita Hospital, Canal Zone

A winsome smile, laughing brown eyes.

Baseball 5 : Intramurals: Soccer 3. Basketball 3 ; Athletic Council 4.



PATRICIA ANN CLARKE

"Tita"

August 1. 1944
Panama City Hospital

Her hair is long, her eyes are bright, and her smile merry.

Freshman Assembly.








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JOSEPH W. COFFIN

Jose

November 15. 1944
New York. New York

Quiet and sny. nut quite a guy.

"21 Glut 5.4: Caribe Club 2.3.4: "C" Club 2.3,4: Torrid Zone Wizards:
Football 1.2.3,4: Basketball 3.4. Intraniurals: Soccer 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.2:
Softball 1.2. Class Assemblies 1,2; Homecoming Court.



CAROL JOYCE CORRIGAN

October 16. 1044
Margarita, Canal Zone

Pretty as a picture.

Homeroom Representative 1 ; Homeroom Alternate 2. Intramurals; Volley-
ball 1.2: Basketball 1.2: Softball 1,2. Class Assemblies 1,2.





beauty o( spring, llie blusliing rose of







SUSAN JANE CORRIGAX



October 23. 194-4
Margarita. Canal Zone

Sne is liie boundless
summer.

Caribe Club ].2.1A. G.A.A. 1.2.3.4. President 4; Junior Class President;
Junior-Senior Banquet Chainiian: Girls' State; Class Assembly 2; Home-
eoniing Court 4; '21 Club Court 3: Editor of Jamboree Program; Trade-
mind Stall, intramurals: Basketball 1.2,3.4; Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Softball
1.2.3.4. Captain 2 Varsity Tennis 2.3.4. lettered 3. "B" League All Stars:
Basketball 1.2.3.4. Captain 4; Volleyball 1.2.3. Captain 3; Softball 1.2.3.
(^uill and Scroll.



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LOUIS JOHN DAVIS

"Luke"

October 19. IQ45
New York. New York

Work is work and must be done;
But when I work, I nave my fun.

Soccer 1.2.3,4: Basketball Intramurals 1.2.5:
Track 2.4.



Baseball 4 ; Basketball





JANICE KAYE DECK

Jan



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Milan.



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Indiana



Success to her who is persistent, industrious, and well-liked.

Caribe Club >.4; Girls State 3: Class Assembly 4; Traaewind Editor and
Slalf ; Journalism Treasurer 4; Freshntan Coach for Brawl 4 ; Quill and
Scroll; S. A. W^ays and Means Committee Chairman 4: Campaign Assem-
bly 3. Fori Knox High School. Fort Kncx, Kentucky: French Club 1 ,2;
F. T. A. 1.2: Library Club 1; KAPA 1.2; KAPA Assembly 2. Rising Sun
High School, Rising Sun. Indiana.



DEREK WILLIAM EGGER

Churchkey

September 24. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama

Never do today what you can get someone else to do tomorrow.

ROTC 3.4; Assemblies.









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August 26. 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone

The highest of distinctions is service to others.

Intramurals: Basketball 1 ,2: Soccer 1 ,2. Assemfcly 2 ; Prom Chairman 3;
Class Secretary 5- Football 5: Caribe Club 2.5.4; ""21" Club 5.4. Vice-
President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 4; National Honor Society 4; Student
Association President 4. ROTC 2.3.4; Drill Team Commander 3 ; D.A.
Superior Cadet 2.5; 2nd Best Squad 5; ROA Distinguished Cadet 3;
Outstanding NCO 5: Outstanding M-II 3; Battalion Commander 4.



VICKI FETTLER

June 6. 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Her smile's like the North Star:
It beams on everyone near and far.

Dramatics Club 1.2; Rifle Club 1,2.5; Volleyball Intramurals 3; Assem-
blies 1.2.4; Girls* State 3.





STEPHEN THEODORE FRANKLIN

Steve

February 5, 1945
Ocean Side, California

There is a great deal of oratory in me. but
of respect for Patrick Henry.

Assemblies 1,2.4; Rifle Club 1.2.3.4. Treasurer 3; F.T.A. 1.2; Soccer
1.2.3; Drama Club 1.2.5.4. Plays: A Room Full of Roses. The Whole

Town's Talking, and House Wiffiout Windoo'S; Staging. Lighting, and
Sound Effects Manager 4. Honor Society 4.



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MARCUS REGINALD FRENCH. JR.

"Mark"

Augusl 24. 1944
Abilene. Kansas

"Politeness is to do and say the kindest things in the kindest way.

ROTC 5.4; Glee Club 3; Class Assembly 4: Christmas Festival 3: Com-
panv Staff 4: Tradewind Staff 4. Paseo High School. Kansas City, Mis-
souri; ROTC 1.2; A Cappella Choir 2; Boys Choir 1.2; Drill Team 1.2.



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ANDREW RICHARD GARCIA. JR

Richie

June 22. 1944
Kinsdon. Alabama

"It is better to be small and cast a great light, than large and not
shine at all.

Football 3,4; Track 3.4; Baseball 3.4; "C" Club 3,4; Homecoming Court
4; Palm Bowl 3,4. Baker High School: Track 2.




CHARLES ANTHONY GARCIA

"Charlie"

April 2. 1944

Colon. Republic of Panama

Born tor success he seems.

Orchestra 3.4; Band 3,4; Boys State 3; Senior Assembly 4. Balboa High
School: French Club 2: Chess Club 1.2: Orchestra 1.2; Noon Orchestra
1.2: ROTC 2.








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BEVERLY LOU GEORGE

Bev

January IQ. 1945

Colon Hospital, RepuLIic or Panama

She s little, but so is dynamite.

Drama Club 1.2: Assemblies 2A: Glee Club 1.2.5: Cbristmas Festival
1,2.5; Spring Festival 1,2,5 ;Traae[('ina and Cariooean Staff.



CHARLENE MURIEL GRAVES
"Char"

October 17. 1944

Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone

"Doing easily what others find difficuh is talent.

Swimming 1.2.3,4: Letters: 1,2.5.4: Volleyball Intramurals 1.2.3: Assem-
blies 2,4.





EARL WIUJAM GRIGGS
"Bill"

December 12, 1042

Colon, Republic of Panama

Silence is aeep and eternal.

Football 2.3: Track 2,3,4; "C" Clul) 3,4: ROTC 2.3.4: Lettered:
F-oolball 2.



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LENNARD ALLEN HAKANSON
"Len"

January 14 1945
Brooklyn, New York

Lankily he lazes tlirougli CHS life."

Baskeltall 1.2.3.4: Varsity 1,2: TfiiMis 4; Soccer 1.2.3,4: Baseball 4; Band
1,2.3: Orchestra 1.2.4.









KAY HAMILTON

Toughy

December 51. 1945

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Jolly, good-natured, full of fun:
If you want a good friend, here is one."

National Thespian Society 5.4: Dramatic Society 5.4; Play: Yes or No 4:
Senior Assembly: Glee Club 5.4: Girls' State 3. Balboa High School:
National Thespian Society 2; Dramatic Society 1.2: Glee Club 1.2: Stage
Manager for Qnalily Street 2.



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"Liz"



August 12. 1944
Colon. Republic of Pan



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G.A.A. 1.2.5.4: Assemblies 2.4: Girls' Stale 5. Intramurals: Volleyball
1.2.3.4: Softball 1.2.5.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Tennis 1.2.5. "B" League:
Volleyball 1,2.3: Basketball 1.2.3.4; Softball 1.2.3. Caribe Club 1.2.3.4:
Homeroom Representative 1 ; Homeroom Alternate 4.



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M\RY ANN HARDWICK

"Annie"

January 26. 1P45

Colon Hospital. Republic of Panama

Quiet, but not idle.

Sophomore Assembly.







KATHLEEN FRANCES HEMENWAY

Katny

November 10. 1943
Watertown. New York



H



er voice was ever soft and gentle



Chorus 4; Trodeii>inJ Staff: Soptioniore Assembly; Pep Club 4. George
Washington High School. Alexandria. Virginia: Library Assistant I: Pep
Club I : Mixed Chorus 1 : Phi Sigma Lambda Sorority.





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VERNA RAYE HILDEBRAND

September 11. 1944
Valdese. North Carolina

"With rosy cheeks and auburn curls
And sparkling eyes and teeth like pearls.

Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2: Basketball 1.2.5: Softball 1.2. All-Stars: Vol-
leyball 1.2; Basketball 1.2.3: Softball 1.2. G.A.A. 1.2.5; ROTC Drill Team
Sponsor 5; Cheerleader 3: Homeroom Representative 1,5: Athletic Council
2: Caribe Club 1.2: Class Assemblies 1.2.5: Tradewind Staff: Quill and
Scroll.



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EDSALL DEAN HILTY
"Ed-
April 15. 1944
New Cristobal. Canal Zone

"Friends, Romans, Countrymen,
Lend me your homework.

Senior Assembly.



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VIRGINIA HOPE HIRONS

Skeeter

April 19. 1944

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Sunshine in her smile.



WANDA PEARL HUMMER

September 27. 1942
Fort Worth. Texas

I have a heart with room for every joy."

Tolar High School. Tolar. Texas: Volleyball: Junior Play: Pep Team Club;
F.H.A. 1,2.3.








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SANDRA HUSTED

Sandy

January 4. I94-(
Ancon, Canal Zone

Always smiling, always neat;
Forever nice, forever sweet.

Intramurals: Basketball 3.4: Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Softball 5.4. Basketball All-
Stars 3.4; Volleyball All-Stars 3: Softball All-Stars 2. G.A.A. 3.4: Assem-
bly 1.2: Glee Club 1.2.3; Cheerleader 4.







NORMAN ROGER HUTCHINSON
Rog"

February 4, 1945
Salem. Massachusetts

Men have died from overwork.
I may live a long time.

Intramurals: Basketball 1.3; Soccer 2,3. Class Assembly 4; Glee Club





ANA LOUISA JACQUES

"Jack"

September 27. 1043

Panama City. Republic of Panama

"Stalely and tall she moves down the hall.
The chief of a thousand for grace-



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PAMELA LEE JOHNSTON
"Pam"

July 27. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone



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everything nice.



Rifle Club 1.2: Dramatics Club 2: Caribe Club 2.3.4: Nurses' Aide 2:
Homeroom Representative 2 ; Assemblies 1 .2,'i : Girls' State. Attorney
General.









MARY-ESTHER JONES

"Mary"

June 12. 1944

Fort Fairfield. Maine

"A classmate everyone admires:
Her quest for knowledge never tires.

Glee Club; Orchestra: Nurses' Aide Club 2.4. Secretary 3: Caribe Club
5.4. President 4: National Honor Society 5.4. Vice-President 4; SA Sec-
retary 4: Senior Assembly 4, Intraniurals: Volleyball 2: Softball 2.3. L^ke
Placid High School: Glee Club 1: Orchestra 1.



SONIA JUNE ICANDRIN

June

April 20. 1945

Colon. Republic of Panama

Like the sunshine and shadows on a stream.
Her eyes emit a joyful dream.



Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2,5.4; Basketball
biies 2.4.



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SAMLIEL KATZ
"Sam"

June 9. 1943

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Lives, lauglis. and loves nis way tnrougn hie.

Class Assemblies 1.2.4: ROTC 1.2.3.4: Tradewind Staff 4: Basketball
Intramurals 3; Best Company Field Niglit 1: Tfiird Place Military Achieve-
ment Medal I: NEDT Diploma: Quill and Scroll: Caribbean Staff;
Dramatics Club 4.



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JEANETTE THELMA KIRKLAND

January 26, 1944

Panama. Republic of Panama

"Even though her words are few.
Her sweetness has a golden hue.

Nurses Aide 1.4: Glee Club 1.2,3: Christmas FesHval 1.2.3: Spring Fes-
tival 1.2.3: Tradewind Staff.




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JOHN H. KNUEPPEL

December 31, 1943
Sterogen Bay. Wisconsin

"Happy am I: from care 1 m tree.
Why aren I they all contented like me?

Football 3.4: Baseball 3.4. Rulus King: Football. Irvian: Fo
Baseball Most Valuable Player. Edison: Basketball.



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ANTHONY KUCIKAS

"Tony"

September !8. 1944

Panama Hospital. Republic of Panama

"I love work; I could sit ana look at it for hours.

ROTC 1.2.3.4; Color Guard 3; Battalion Staff.








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DAVID L. LARRISON

"Dave"

January 17. 1945
New York, New York

"Why worry about trouble; hell get along.
His hopes are high and his legs are long.

"C" Club 1.2.3.4: Dramatics Club 1.2; The Whole Town's Talking:
Track 2.4: Football 4; Track Manager 1: Football Manager 2; Class As-
semblies 1.2.4; Glee Club 1.2.3.4; ROTC 2.3.4; Boys' Stale 3; S.A.
Campaign Assemblies 1 .3 ; Opening Day Assembly 4 ; Traaewina Start :
Homecoming Program Editor.



JOSEPH LOUIS LAWRENCE

"Joe"

October 20. 1945

Rio Pierdras, Puerto Rico

"A great mind hidden in a small being."

Jr. Varsity Basketball Team 3; Senior Assembly 4; Honor Society 4; '21
Club. Christopher Columbus High School, Miami. Florida: Jr. Varsity
Basketball Team; Debate Team. Fitchburg High School, Fitcfiburg. Massa-
chusetts. Epiphany School. South Miami, Florida: Basketball Team; Track
Team; Baseball Team.








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JEFFREY LAWRENCE LEON

Jeff-
April 27. IQ-f5
Colon. Republic or Panama

One of our football beroes.

Football l,2.5.-4; Baseball 2.3: Basketball 3.4; Soccer 2.3.4: Canal Zone
All-Stars 3.4; President of C Club 4; Homecoming Court 4.



STANLEY CHAKLliS GLENVILL^ LEON. JR.

"Cbarlie"

January 10. 1944

Colon, Republic of Panama

"Life may be really earnest, but it sure is fun.

ROTC 1.2.3.4; NR.'K I; Sharpshooter 2nd bar; Nf^ Annual Cubs
Competition. 3rd place; Best Company Field Night 1; Assembly 2; Bas-
ketball Intramurals 3; Class Assembly 4; Usher Guard Commander.
Battalion Staff: S2 Intelligence.





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Cathy"



October 19. 1944
Brunswick. Georgia



pressive eyes, smiling and graceful.







"Fashion-wise, ex

Caribe Club 1.2.3.4; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 4. Treasurer 3; Junior-
Senior Banquet and Prom Conmiillee Chairman; Class Assemblies 2.4:
Quill and Scroll 4; Journalism Staff Exchange Editor 4; TraAewind Staff
4. Intramurals: Vollevhall 1.2.3,4; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Softball 1.2.3.4:
Volleyball. Basketball, and Softball 'B" League All-Stars 1.2.3: Basket-
ball "A" league All-Stars 4: Top Ten 1.2.3.



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GEORGE WILBER LITTLE

Alawisnus

November 16. 1943
HacKensacK. New Jersey



Mways happy, always gay:
Just as nice from day to day.

Adjulant ROTC Capt.: Senior Assembly; Football 5; Boys' State 3.











JOSEPH McGOFF

Long Jonn

January 8, 1944

Colon. Republic of Panama

The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, and pleasure
my business.

"C" Club 1.2.3: ROTC 1.2.3: Football 1.2.4: Track 1.2.3,4: Basketball
1.2.3.4: All-Stars 4.



EVELYN ELIZABETH MESSER

"Vita-
December 15. 1943
Colon, Republic of Panama

As merry as the day is long.

Intramurals: Basketball 1.2.3,4; Volleyball 2,5.4; Softball 2.3.4. All-Stars:
Softball 3; Basketball 4.








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KAREN LOUIS MIDDLCTON



May 13. 1943
Worcester. Massachusetts



"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice.'

TradewinA Staff; Senior Assembly; Pep Club; Nurses' Aide; Cbairman.
Booster Committee. Graduated from Balboa High ScKool.



EDNA GENE MORALES
"Ed"

January 5. 1044
Ancon, Canal Zone



Her laughter and giggles are heard all day.
For she believes in the smiling way.



Glee Club.





MARY ELIZABETH PAYNE
"Betty"

April 24. 1944
Patterson, New Jersey

"Sinrere and always Kind, a nicer girl is nard to find.

Nurses Aide 1 .4 ; Girls State 3.



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EUGENE H. PLIGH. JR.

Gene

December 16. 1945

Colon, RepuLlic of Panama

Leave silence to the saints; I



but hu



Outstanding Cadet M-I; Outstanding N.C.O. M-2; D.A. Award 2; Pres
ident of Thespian Troupe 21; Senior Assembly. Plays: Room FikI of Roses,
The Wfio/e Toii'n is Talking, Assistant Director of House Witrioiif V^in-
dows.



i





ROBERT ALVIN R.\NKIN

May 10. 1945
Cristobal. Canal Zone

Time is but the stream I go fishing in.

Soccer 1,2; Football 2.5; Basketball Intramurals 1.2; ROTC 2.5.



GORDON CHARLES REIF

"Gordie"

December 5, 1944
Cincinnati. Ohio

"He will succeed, for he beli*



all he



"21" Club 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2.5,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4; Class As
semblies 2.4; Chess Club 4. Intramurals: Basketball 2. Soccer 2.



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CHARLES P RHINE

Chuck-
December 16. 19-42
Omaha. Nehraska

"He hats high in hfe's league.

Football 4: Track 4: Gymnastics 4; Tennis 4; Basketball 4. Presidio Junior
High: Soccer 1; Science Fair 1; Orchestra 1. George Washington High:
Science Club 2. Marvelwood School: Co-Captain J.V. Soccer Team 5;
Tennis 3: Glee Club 3: Hood-Store Manager 3. Balboa High School;
Chemistry Lab Assistant 3; Track 3.



HILDA RIEFKOHL

April 18. 1944
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania

"She was our Queen,
Our rose, our star.

G A A. 1.2.3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Class Assemblies 1.2. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.3.4. All-Stars: Volleyball 1.2.3: Basket-
ball 1.2.4. Co-Captain 4: Softball 1.2.3. Lettered: tennis 2. Top Ten
1.2.3: S.A. Representative 1; .Assistant Treasurer of S.A 3: Class Presi-
dent 2: Homecoming Court 4; Jamboree Queen 4; Tradewind Staff.





I



AIDE MARIA RIGBY
"Polo"

April 18. 1943
Ancon, Canal Zone

"May your joy be as deep as the ocean.
Your trouble as light as its foam.

Baseball 3. Volleyball 3. Basketball 3



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PHILIP DOUGLAS SANDERS
"Phil"

April 2-), 10-44

Colon, RepuDHC or Panama

Eaucalion is the brealh of life, du) I m short-winded.

Rifle Cluij 1,2: Swimming Team 1: Bowling Team 2. Intramurals: Soccer
1,2,3.4: Basketball 1.2,5.4.









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RAYMOND SCHEIDEGG

Ramon

May 5. 1944

East Orange, New Jersey



AVe



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a playful boy



Who filled our world with laughter and joy.

Football 2.3.4: Baseball 2.5.4: Swinmiing 2.4: Soccer 1.2.5:
2.3,4; Canal Zone All-Stars 4.



"C" Club



BEVERLEY ANN SCHROEDER

"Squiffi"

June 20. 1944

Fort Smith. Arkansas

The spark behind every explosion.

Majorette 4: Majorette Club 4: Basketball Intramurals 4: Nurses' .Aide
Club 4: Carihhean Photographer 4: TraAeivinA Staff 4: S.A. Ways and
Means Committee 4: Homecoming Court 4. Falls Church High School.
J.E.B. Stuart High School. Virginia: Pep Club 2.5: Kiwanas Kapers 3:
Spanish Club 3: Majorette 2.3.








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GEORGE W. SLAUGHTER

"Buddy"

February 20. 1Q45
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Heart as big as the ocean and a smile to matcn.

Football 2.3.4; Swimming 1,2.5.4; Track 4; Football All-Stars 4; Senior
Assembly; Lettered in Football. Swimming; "C" Club; Homecoming
Dance Sponsor; Fresnnian Brawl; ROTC 2.3, Cadet First Lieutenant 4;
Tradewind Staff. St. Joseph's College Minor Seminary 1.



LALTIA MARIA STRONGMAN

July 19. 1944

Colon, Republic of Panama

"Brimming over with jests and quips, never a sad word on
ber lips."

Orchestra 1,2,3.4; Band 1,2,3.4; Assembly 2; G A.A. 1.2.3,4. Intramurals;
Basketball 1.2,3.4. Captain 2; Volleyball 1.2.3,4, Captain 2; Softball
1.2,3,4, Captain 2. "A" League Basketball 1,2.3,4; "A" League Volley-
ball 2; "A" League Softball 2; Top Ten in sports 1,2,3.





JOANNE FRANCES TANG
"Jo"

May 5, 1945

Colon. Republic of Panama

"A girl with beauties very rare;
Bewitching eyes and raven hair.

Nurses Aide Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, treasurer 4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4; Caribe Club 2.5,4; Dramatics Club 2.5;
Homeroom Representative 1.2; Senior Assembly: National Honor Society
5.4. Secretary-Treasurer i: Band 1.3.4; Orchestra 1.5.4; Christmas Festi-
val 1.5,4.



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KATHERINE HELEN TAPIE

"Kay"

August 12. 1944
Camp Forest. Tennessee

Oulwara quietness, inward sparele.

Swimming Team : Pep Cluli : Library 2 ; Girls State 5. St. Plux X
Catholic High Scliool. Atlanta, Georgia: Glee Club.




4




VIRGINIA VALDEZ

Ginny

January 19. ]04A
Clifton, Arizona

A gleam of friendly light.

Glee Club 2.3; Pep Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. Monterey Union High
School. Monterey. California: Pep Club.



JEAN VAN DER HEYDEN



March 9,
Ancon, Cana



1945

Zone



And more to her than gold or grain.
The cunning hand and cultured brain.

Caribe Club 2.5.4: Nurses Aide 1.2: National Honor Society 3.4,
President 4: Chairman. Rings Committee 3: Class Assembly 4; Scholastic
Award 1 .2 ; Carionean Advertising Award 1 : Homeroom Representative
4; Girls" State 5. Intramurals; Basketball 3, Volleyball 5.



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LYLE TERRY WEBSTER

Speedy

June I. 1944
Baltiniore. Maryland

Miscnievous eyes and a captivating grin,

Intrarmirals: Soccer 1,2.!i.4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2.4.







MARIE HII^EEN \VT:RTZ

"Wertzie"

October 10. 1944
>largarila. Canal Zone

Small, sweet, and neat,
Tne lype \ve call petite.

Sopnomore Assembly: Senior Asseniblv. Inlramurals: Basketball 2. Vol!
ball 1,3. Senior Dance: Cnainrian. Card Conmiittee.









4



I^WRENCE TIRREIX WII_DER

Larry

Septetiiber 50. 1945
Boston. Massnt liiiselts

A (ombinalion bard to beal:
A scbolar anrl an ntnlcle.

"21" Club 1.2.5.4. President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2.5.4; "C" Club
1 .2,5.4. Secretary 4 ; Honor Society 4 : Treasurer S.A. 4. letters: Base-
ball 1.2.5: Foolball 5.4; Tennis 5. Baseball: Most Valuable Plaver 5.



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JAMES RAY WILLIFORD

Jim

August 1. iy-1-4

Colon, Republic of Panama

"Easy-going, loved Ly all.
Great in mind, in stature small.'

"21" Club 1.2.3.4: Caribe Club 2.5.-4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2.5.4:
ROTC 2.5.4













WILLIAM HOWELL WYNNE

"Big Daddy"

November 6, 1943
Lake Cnarles, Louisiana

He puts his trouble in a trunk, sits on the lid. and laugbs"

ROTC 1.2.5.4: Battalion Staff 4: Class Assemblies 1.2,4.



Ca



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TERRAND TRADY BING
EDWARD HEWITT GREEN
GUY FREDRIC JONES
BRIAN H. LUIZ
ROBERT WILLIS



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cJLadt l/Ulll and ^est



amen



I



We, the Senior Class of 1Q62, being benevolent, affable, unique, but quite
unpredictable, do hereby bequeath our most esteemed possessions to the benefi-
ciaries named below.



MARIELA ALCORIZ.'X leaves willingly.

JE^W Al I AX leaves her position as Battalion Sponsor ana

cheerleader to any junior girl.
KIT ATKINS leaves CHS. to those who hate bugs, bugs.

bugs
AN.\ MARIE BASS leaves the sandflies to Laura Dorow..
CHARLES BATH leaves his seal in room 310 to Terry Slaughter.
JEANNE BUSS leaves her baton and broken-zippered majorette

uniform to Bemice Hill.
ROBERT CHAN leaves his place in the lunch line to his sister

Lorraine and his ability(?) to play chess to Ricardo Fong.
RICH-ARD CHIN leaves his lunch hour basketball playing to

Jimmy Jones.
LA RLT: CHRISTOPH leaves his cowboy boots to Collin Corri-

gan and Mickey McElhone.
P.ATOICI.A CLARKE leaves her Opel and long hair to any

Junior girl.
JOSEPH COFFIN leaves slowly but surely.
SUE CORRIGAN leaves all the fun she had on 'B' League

to Sandy Weigle.
LOUIS DAVIS leaves with his "Senior Dignity."
JAN DECK leaves all her running around for the journalism class

to Cuca Cabanillas.
DEREK EGGER leaves his white "tank" to Robert Corrigan.
JOHN EVERSON will leave as bewildered and confused as when

he came.
VICKIE FTTTTLER leaves all her never-ending homework assign-
ments to Mary Clement and her sister. Gayle.
STEVE FRANKLIN leaves his offices and the drama groups to

anyone who wants them and is willing to work.
NLARCUS FRENCH leaves his ability to imitate Dobie Gillis to

any handsome, blue-eyed blond.
SONIA KANDRIN leaves all future homework and memorizations

in English to her brother. George.
SAM [CATZ leaves his ability to correct people who say 'mad

instead of angry to Jim Hoverson.
JEA.NLl IE KIRKLAND leaves her dirty gym socks to Linney

Dugas and Sandy Parker.
DAVID LARRISON leaves his singing ability and his guitar to

Bob Mosely.
JOSEPH LAV^ENCE leaves his brief case to any lucky girl

needing a new purse.

COLLEEN LAWSON and JEAN VAN DER HEYDEN leave

their "Communily locker to any "neat" Junior who doesn t

mind cleaning it out.
JEFFERY LEON leaves his place as "Most Athletic" in the

Hall of Fame to Orrin Clement, his position on the B honor

roll to Carla Meehan. and his office as President of the C

Clul) to George Patton.
CATHY LEWIS leaves the name "Fucil" (Gun) to Margaret

O Brien.
GEORGE LITTLE leaves all missed kisses to Zandi Zimmerman.
BILL LIVINGSrON leaves his job as Battalion Supply Sergeant

to any Iwy not wanting to work too hard.
BRIAN LUTZ leaves his how-legs to Colin Corrigan.
CHRIS McCUIXOUGH leaves without the security of a will.
JOSEPH Mr<^30FT leaves his hasketball shoes and his church

key to Elmer Gentry
CHARLES GARCIA leaves his old used rosin and violin to

Macel Washahaugh.
F^ir.HIE GARCIA leaves his size to anyone r razy enough to

want it.
BEVERLY GEOf^GE loaves her swimming ability to Nancy

Hopkins, Judy Redmond, Ijnda Benton, and particularly to

her siler, Cookie.
FiARL GRIGGS~leave.s his books and best wishes to Vicky Clarke.



KAY HAMILTON leaves her books to Bonnie Conklin. and hi
Spanish knowledge (?) to anyone who can figure it out.

ELIZABETH FIANNA leaves her deserved spot in the

to some junior.

MARY ANN HARDWICK leaves her seat at th^



lunch table
to swim to Jeanetle



to Diane
weight to



and on the bus to her sister, Jean.
KATHY HEMENWAY leaves her ability

Hannberg.
EDS ALL HILTY leaves his ability to loaf to anyone who thinks

he can beat him.
WANDA HUMMER leaves her gym basket to Doreen Baas and

her shower locker to Sandra Parker.
SANDf^A HUSTED leaves her cheerleading position

Asbury.
ROGER HUTCHINSON leaves his brother Davids

the football team.
ANA JACQUES leaves her height. 5 Q to anyone who would

enjoy having to look down at people.
PAM JOHNSTON leaves her position in the Caribe Club to

Wardie Redmond
MARY-ESTHER JONES ^leaves the Jones' reputation to Joanne

and James Warren to continue.
EVELYN MESSER leaves the Advanced Typing Class to any

one who can waste as much paper as she did. and everything

else to her sister, Lavina.
EDNA MORALES leaves 'The Bug" to her little sister. Yvonne.

an d C.H.S. to her brother. Ralph.
BETTY PAYNE leaves C.H.S. to her sister, Millie.
EUGENE PUGH leaves fiis seal in algebra and physics to his

brother, and his jokes to anyone who can understand them.
CFIARLES RHINE leaves his grades in physics and American

Institutions to John Lowe.
ELI RING leaves all his earthly possessions (and some of his

unearthly ones) to anyone who wants them.
RAY SCHEIDEGG leaves his ability to loaf and get yelled at

during football season lo Terry Slaughter.
BEVERLEY SCHROEDER-leaves her good driving skills to Tinker

Hollowell, and her baby-blue Chrysler lo Kenny Sanders.
WANDA SCOTT leaves the "Stromboli" lo Bemie Hill
GEORGE SLAUGHTER leaves all the fun he had in C.H.S.

lo the last Slaughter there Terry.
LAURA STRONGMAN leaves her place as "Most Athletic" in

the Hall of Fame to any one Junior worthy of it.
JOANNE TANG leaves all the sandflies that have bitten her lo

Carmen Fernandez.
fCAY TAPIE leaves the wonderful memories of her senior year

lo Jeanetle Hannberg and Teresa Alderele.
THERESA WASHABAUGH leaves all the fun and trouble

she had in C.H.S. to anyone wanting an experience.
TERRY WEBSTER leaves his motorcycle to Kenny Cooper.
LARRY WILDER leaves his height to his little brother. Dave.
ROBERT WILLIS leaves his ability to imitate Rochester to

anyone who wants it.
HOWELL WAYNE leaves his rank in ROTC lo Jack Brayton.

and all the detention he has had in room 510 to Charlotte

Bialkowski.



The following members of the Senior Class leave "nothing lo
nobody :

Abel Borsellino, Terrcnce Bing, Carol Corrigan. Len Hakanson.
Verna Hildehrand. Virginia Hirons, Guy Jones, John Knueppel,
lony Kucikas. Robert Rankin, Gordon Reif, Hilda Riefkohl. Aide
Rigby, Phil Sanders. Virginia Valdez, Marie Werlz. Jim Williford.



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Class J-^i



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On February 2. 1062, Mrs. Smith remarked
that she would like to know what the members
of the class of 1962 would be doing in ten years.
Well, Mrs. Smith, we hope that this prophecy
will give you some idea.

The demand for engineers in 1Q72 is greater
than ever. Already among the most brilliant men
of this profession are LARRY WILDER, ELI

RING, GEORGE SLAUGHTER, RICHARD
CHIN, JOHN EVERSON, STANLEY LEON,
JOE COFFIN, ROGER HUTCHINSON, and
RALPH MACINTOSH.

Looking into the booming business world, we
find that DAVE LARRISON is a multi-million-
aire advertising executive. Sharing the credit for
his success are his nine efficient, accurate, and
benign secretaries. They are MARIE WERTZ,

KAY TAPIE. JEANNE BUSS. MARIANNE
HARDWICK. MARIELA ALCORIZA. BEV-
ERLY GEORGE. VIRGINIA HIRONS.
WANDA SCOTT, and JEANETTE KIRK-
LAND. CHRIS MCCULLOUGH is a very
private secretary to a certain chemical engineer,
and KATHY HEMENWAY is a very successful
stenographer.

Looking skyward, one is apt to see SAM KATZ
zip by in his commercial jet. His stewardesses

are BEV SCHROEDER. VICKIE FETTLER,
and CATHY LEWIS.

In politics, we find that STEPHEN FRANK-
LIN won the Presidential election of 1Q72 by a
landslide. As President of the United States, he
recently appointed PHIL SANDERS Governor
of the Canal Zone. KIT ATKINS has received
notice of his appointment as Secretary of the
Treasury.

In 1972 we find ROBERT RANKIN and
TERRY WEBSTER cruising off the coast of
Iceland in their '$50,000 yacht. LEN HAKAN-
SON has just received the Academy Award for
his performance in "Dracula's Cousin." JOHN
KNEUPPEL is the most outstanding pitcher of
the year. His name was recently entered in base-
ball s Hall of Fame. The great adventurer and
hunter, LA RUE CHRISTOPH, shot the world's
largest skunk in the Congo (Gizenga). PATRI-
CIA CLARKE, the renowned woman bull-fight-
er, has been awarded the ears, the tail, and the
horns of a bull for her great performances. JAN
DECK is now the editor of the Miami Herald.

BETTY PAYNE is a famous biologist, known
throughout the world for discovering a cure for
the common cold. JIM WILLIFORD is busily
shining shoes on Fifth Avenue in New York.



HOWELL WYNNE is a noted poet: ROBERT
CHAN is Panama's Ambassador to the United
States, and VIRGINIA VALDEZ has just sold
one of her paintings for 140,000 piastres. JOE

MCGOFF and CHARLENE GRAVES won

gold medals in the 1972 Olympics. JOE set a
new high- jump record at 12'9" CHARLENE
swam five miles in 1:34.8. EDNA MORALES
is an usher in Carnegie Hall.

CHARLES RHINE and CHARLES GAR-
CIA, Phi Beta Kappa graduates, are now bril-
liant doctors. CHARLES RHINE is a pediatri-
cian and CHARLES GARCIA is a brain sur-
geon, JOE LAWRENCE is a very successful
orthodontist. LOUIS DAVIS is a medical tech-
nician, and JEAN ALLAN is a wealthy psychol-
ogist. PAM JOHNSTON. EVELYN MESSER
MARY-ESTHER JONES, and JOANNE

TANG are very capable and efficient nurses.

Many of the graduates of 1962 have entered
the teaching profession. VERNA HILDE-
BRAND teaches history: COLLEEN LAW-
SON teaches Swahili: JEAN VAN DER HEY-
DEN is a chemistry professor at M.I.T.; and
KAY HAMILTON teaches kindergarten on the
upper reaches of the Mohangi River. SUE COR-
RIGAN is teaching biology in Ireland, and THE-
RESA WASHABAUGH teaches Mathematics
in West Germany. LIZ HANNA, CHUCKY

BATH, JEFFREY LEON, RICHIE GARCIA,

and ABEL BORSELLINO are physical educa-
tion teachers. Their teams never lose a game!
(They are all fixed.)

GORDON REIF is now President of General
Motors. Smoky Bear has an ardent helper. He is
MARCUS FRENCH, Senior Forest Ranger for
the state of Washington. ANA JACQUES is
modeling for Christian Dior in Paris, France.
ANN B.AAS is the new bilingual translator for

the F.B.I. GUY JONES and EARL GRIGGS

are business partners. GUY is an electrician:
EARL, a machinist. ROBERT WILLIS is a
veterinarian. CAROL CORRIGAN and WAN-
DA HUMMER are both happily married and
have four children: two boys and two of the other
kind. CAROL and family are living in Australia.

The Armed Forces have gained four brave and
patriotic men: EUGENE PUGH is an Air Force

test pilot. EDWARD GREEN and BILL LIV-
INGSTON are in the Marine Corps, and TER-
RY BING is a sailor aboard the "Good Ship
Lollipop off the Coast of Madagascar.

Congratulations Class of 1962: your time has
been well spent.



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NOT PICTURED: Theresa Alderete. George Angle. Doreen Bass. Betty Berlocini. Jack Bray ton. Mike
Burza. Amalia Cabanillas. Vincent Canamas. Lance ChesKire. Collin Corrigan. Ted Davis. Austin Gentry.
Roman Gomez, Roy Hall. Harriet Hewitt Mae Jacques. Pierre Leignadier. Robert Mosely. William Nelson.

Lucia Ochoa. George Patton. Albert Piikerton. Gordon Sanders. Donna Smith. Charles Tobin, Patricia

Van Dyke, William Will. Joseph Wynne.





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BACK ROW. Left to Right: Michael Fraley. Wilham Acheson, Victor Trevino. Robert Martin. Bertram
Rigby, Ewald Wiberg. Pev Shipley. Jimmy Jones, Bruce Knueppcl. Tom Hickey, Reinaldo Baireras.
Frank Borsellino. CENTER ROW: Carol Hankinson, Rosemary Rearaon, Susan Stanley, Barbara Del
Vecchio, Donna Williams. Cliarlene Alexander, Janet Hoverson. FT^ONT ROW: Bonnie Ward. Sally
Metcall. Carol La Croix. Leslie Richmond. Elizabeth Lewis, Lorraine Chan.



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BACK ROW, Left to Right: William DeSalvo. Harry Murray, Charles Tapie. Ivan Klasovsky. Charles
Bialkowski. Frank Ender, Mike Baranick, Tad Campbell. Robert Corrigan. Harry Shields. Arthur Manikas,
Thomas Heppenheimer. Dennis Izquierdo. CENTER ROW: Wanda Rachal. Conchita Graves, Susan
Mathieson. Barbara O Neal. Naomi Kuntz. Lorraine Urey. Alberta Wilder. Jackie Aldrich. Valerie Spivey.
Lavina Messer. FRONT ROW: Donna Wong. Billy White. Laura Dorow. Wardie Redman. Nancy
Hopkins.













BACK ROW, Lelt to Righl: Charles Hutton. William Brandt. Gregory Hakanson. George Kandrin,
Michel Belanger, Richard Roscoe, Alberto Arcia, Bill Shot\vell, George DeLaGuardia. Donald Perry.
Gary Knueppel. CENTER ROW: Judy Palumbo. Nancy Mitchell. Florence Allen. Macel WashaLaugh.
Diane Kubit. Sandra Eckoff. Vaudie Robinson. Nina Chappell. Judy Williams. FRONT ROW: Ray
Ramirez, David Wilder. Jean Hardwick. Vickl Clarke. Edith Steibritz, Connie Lasher. Alex Ramirez,
Mickey McElhone.

CfuM of 1964

BACK ROW, Left to Right: Sandra Shore. Alex Heppenheimer. Frank Edgar. Richard Rankin. Everado
Urriola, Joan McGIoin, John Lasher. Ralph Bender, Solomon Harris. FRONT ROW: Sandy Tortorici,
CKristine Bath, Nellie Fatten, Stella Kucikas, Estlle Davison, Virginia Farris. Sharon Nogens.





BACK ROW. Left to Right: Kathy Parker, Larry Christoph. lerry Guyton, Chris Wren. Fred Knueppel.
Randy Schroeaer. Blare Gibson. Luigi Manlovani. Eddie Pugh, Ricky Livingston. Neal Compton, Ceasar
Ochoa. Gail Bruce. CENTER ROW : Sue Roscoe. Judy Wollard. Ellen Peavey. Carmen Valencia.
Judy Redman. Virginia Farris. Violetta Fuentes. Leity Sparling. FRONT ROW: Cleo Gomez. Becky
Keizer, Palsy Hogan, Bonnie Maquard, Leda Wallbridge, Debby Franklin, Ginger Thomas, Virginia Austin.



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BACK ROW. Left to Right: Philip Barrett, Dick Dugan. Christian lilies. Robert Sanders. Lynn Egger.
Albert Motta, Linda Benton. Arthur Payne. Caria Chambers, Miguel Cabezas. Alice Link. George Cole-
man, Garry Geddes. Bill Smith. Robert Kapell. CENTER ROW: Yvonne Colon. Mary O'Donnell.
Sandra Strecker, Rita Hedman, Leda Mares, Mildred Payne, Sharon Harvey. Blanche Jones. Virgen
Rodriguez. FRONT ROW: Diane Asbury, Donna Wertz. Linda Trevino. Michelle Goguen. Catherine
Redman, Jessie Valdez, Edna Forsythe.





BACK ROW, Left to Right: Susan VVilliford. Wayne Seeley. Alexander Gomez. John Alderete, Ricnard
Cooper, Jininiy Jenkins. Larry Stanford, Mike Reynolds. Robert Zack, Ricardo Fong. Don McCullougn.
Fred Linck, James Bedsworth, Richard Hakanson, Nancy De Lapp. CENTER ROW: Kathy Cnristian-
son. Susan Peterson, Marilyn Rolh. Gayle Feltler. Hilda Hotsko. Suzanne Lider, Cher>'l Parker. Susan
Buss. FRONT ROW: Margo Stanley. Lita Tigerl, Nancy Largent. Bernie Babinecz. Rulh Mason, Rose
Ann Vasquez. Lihby Ganiboa. Nancy Green.

Ctciss of 1965

BACK ROW, Left to Right: Jack Green, Orrin Clement, Santiago Bazan. Ronald Riefkohl. Jon Jorstad.
Andrew Melzgar. Beverly Dreyer, Rulh Limkemann, Linda Beckley, Pani Robertson. John Hotsko, Louis
Austin. Jim Frost, Robert Dockery, W^allace Brians. Dennis Simmons. CENTER ROW: Joanne Walker,
Cathy Fitzsimmons, Amelia Garcia. Judy Paulson, Donna Vache. Diane Arington. Arlene Hannberg,
Janet Clute, Michele Rainier. FRONT ROW: Connie Latto, Elizabeth Sanchez. Sharon Stanley. Maria
Gonzales, Mislie Novak.







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We, the students of CHS, proudly acknowledge
our appreciation to Roy Fleming for his hard work and
long and faithful services as head janitor. Roy has been
with CHS for twenty-five years and plans to continue
working here as long as he can. We thank him for his
past endeavors and hope that he will be with us for many
years to come.



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An all-around athlete with a desire to excel, a great competitor with a burn-
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Jeff has lettered in football for the past three years. He has done an outstand-
ing job wherever he was asked to play. He has played a different position each
year and has excelled in each of them.

Players and fans will long remember the tremendous job of punting that Jeff
did for the Tigers during the 1061-62 season. His excellent ball carrying and hard
running from the fullback slot was the best in the Canal Zone this season. Jeff,
carrying his number 21, could be seen gaining critical yardage on many occasions.

His play in the United Fund Game against Miami-Jackson won him praises
from Miami players and coaches, plus the praise of his own coaches and players.
It was truly an outstanding performance.

Jeff, we, the students, fans, players and coaches want to congratulate you on
a most successful high school football career. Best wishes from all of us for a suc-
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FOURTH ROW. Left to RigKt: Mickey McElhone. BoLby
Hauser. Orrin Clement. David Wilder. Frank Edgar, Dick
Dugan. Charles Tapie. Richie Garcia, Larry Wilder. John
Lowe. THIRD ROW: Don McCuIlough. Pev Shipley. Poncho
Motta. Ray Scheidegg. Chuck Bath, Pierre Leignadier. John
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Sriiilh, Terry Slaughter. George Kandrin. Brian Lut? FIRST
ROW: Wally Brians. Chris Wrenn. Bob Moseley Richard
Gonzales. John Alderele. Victor Trevino. Jon Jorslad. Dave
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Queen Jeanne the first. Owner of the Flowers, Daughter of the Jewels, Lady of
the Night and Ruler of CHS. Jeanne is gowned in a snowy creation of shimmer-
ing satin, a perfect setting for her blond beauty.



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Princess Hilda Riefkohl Princess of the
Daisies. Daughter of the Noonday Sun,
Keeper of the Amber Amathyst, wearing
a gentian gold go%vn: escorted by Brian
Lutz King of the Guards, Master of the
Bucketheads, and Defender of the Line.




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Princess Wanda Scott Princess
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alds, Daughter of the Sunrise,
\vearing an azure blue go^vn: es-
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the Red and WTiite Serfs, Chief
Cleaner of the Uniforms, Head
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becca Buss, Jeanne Buss, Joe CoFfin, Hilda Rief-
koKI, Brian Lutz. Wanda Scott, Larry Wilder.





Princess Sue Corrigan Princess of the
Lilies, Keeper of the Topaz, Daughter of
the Moon, wearing a galaxy gold gown;
escorted by Richie Garcia Knight of
the Golden Armor, Master of the Quar-
terback Sneak, Lord of the Forward Pass.



Princess Beverly Schroeder
Princess of the Orchid, Daughter
of the Evening, and Keeper of the
Aquamarine, wearing a sea blue
gown; escorted by Jeffrey Leon
Duke of the Blue Armor, Chief of
the Leftouts and Master of the
Runback.



Lady Rebecca Buss Keeper of the Dewdrops,
Daughter of the Sun: escorted by Squire Buddy
Schroeder Prince of the Football Team, Keeper
of the Queen's Crown.




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FRONT ROW. Lcit to Right: John Lowe. Henr\- Clancy, Alex Ramirez. Jose huentes. Jeffrey Leon
(Capt.). Richie Garcia. Ray Ramirez. George Patton. Joe Lawrence. Bill Dockery. SECOND ROW:
Louis McGoU. Nick Brooks. Robert Rankin, Mike Kiasovsky. Ron McDonnell. Bill Shotwell. Coyn
Armstrong. Chris Wrenn. George Kandrin. Don McCullough. Austin Genlr>'. THIRD ROW: Solomon
Heres. Tom Heppenheimer. Terr)' W^ebster, Ted Davis. Ken Cooper. Mike Baranick. Charles path,
Edward Pugh. Woody Smith. Charles Rhine, Ray Scheidegg.




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1 RONT ROW. Lett to Right: Richie Gama. Larn, Wikkr. M key McElhone. Don McCulIough. John
Sanders. Orrin Clement. Kenny Karpinski. BACK ROW: Ray Schjedegg. Jeff Leon. Rusty Field, Gregory
Hakanson, Brian Lutz. Mike Buraa. Chuck Bath. Jack Brayton. Poncho Motta.











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BOTTOM TO TOP: Ann Baas. Michelle Gougen. Josephine
Borsellino. Kay lapie. Janet Clute, Judy Williams, Charlene
Graves, Judy Redmond, Doreen Baas, Ricky Livingston, Louis
Davis. Dick Dugan, Eugene Pugh, Nancy Hopkins, Linda
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FRONT ROW. I^'lt to Right: Sandy Eckhoff, Judy Palumbo. Sue Corrigan. Nina Chappel. Bemie
Hill, I heresa Washabaugh. BACK ROW: Lcn Hakanson, John Knucppcl, Larry Wilder. Kit Atkins,
Jinimy Jones. Coach Syd Kcnnon.



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Garcia. Harriet Hewitt.



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La Croix, Diane AsLury, Lavina Messer, Elaine Asbury. Judy Palumbo, Bemie Babinecz. Elizabeth
Hanna.



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Laura Strongman. Theresa Washabaugh. SECOND ROW: Christine Bath. Evelyn Messer. Carla
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necz, Betty Lewis.




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Johnston, Rene Owen, Rick Maedl. Joanne Jones, Harriet Hewitt. Mike Burza.



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FRONT ROW, Leh to Right: Wardie Redman. Donna Wong. Susan Stanley, Cuca Cabanillas. Tom
Heppenheimer, Reinaldo Barreras, Rene Owen. Lorraine Chan. Lavina Messer. Frank Borsellino. CENTER
ROW: Jan Deck, Ahce Lay. Bemie Hill, Alex Heppenheimer. Valerie Spivey. Andy Nicolaisen, Yvonne
Leiaidier. Diane Kubit, Joanne Jones (Historian) Florence Allen. Wanda Scott (Secretary -Treasurer).
BACK ROW: Virginia Faris, Mary-Esther Jones (President). Rick Maedl. Sandy Eckhoff. Gordon Reif,
Jean Van Der Heyden. Joe Coffin. Lonnie Smith, John Everson, Laura Dorow. Doug AlLerga, Pam
Johnston. Cocfiita Graves.




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FRONT ROW, Ltll lo Riglil Donnn Wong. Cathy lil/.simmons. PKillip Barrotl. Theresa Alderele
{Secrelary-Treasurer), /iindi /rrnnif niian ( F*rest(K'nt) Joanne Jones (Vice-Presidenl) Betty Payne. Cnnrlene
Alexander. Alice Lay CENTHR ROW: l/jrriiine Clian. Connie Lasher. Judy Paiumho. Reinaldo Barreras.
Florence Allen. Carolyn Snritli. Amy Carria. Ivmis McGoff. Nina Chapell. Mary-Esther Jones. Bemie HiM.
BACK ROW: Ricardo Long, Nancy Mitrlieli. I^ura Dorow. Tom Heppenheimer. Jim Jones, George
Angle. Arthur Manikas, Douglas Albcrga, Sandy Eckhoff, Suzanne Ijder. Andy Nicolaisen.




FRONT ROW. Lelt to Right: Santiago Bazan. Don McCullough. Douglas Alberga. Dave Wilder.
CENTER ROW: Richard Chin. Joe Lawrence. Jim Williford (Secretary-Treasurer). Larry Wilder
(President). Colleen Lawson (21 Club Carnival Queen). John Everson (Vice-President). Gordon
Reil, Robert Hauser. Kenny Karpinski BACK ROW: Jack Attia. Ricky Maedl. Charles Bialkowski.
Pierre Leignadier. Richard Carpenter. Joe Coffin. Mike Burza. Randy Schroeder.



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Leon, Richie Garcia, John Lowe, Mickey McElhone. Ahel Borsellino. BACK ROW: Kenny Karpinski,
Grant Smith. Joe CoHin, Chucky Bath, Mike Baranick, Dave Larrison. Ray Schiedegg, Brian Lutz,
George Kandrin.






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Sandy Etldioll. Harriet Hewill, Liura SlranKrnan. Brrrire I lill. Mart y. Wood.



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CENTER ROW: Hank DeVoll, Dan Austin. Jean Hardwick, Palsy Hogan, Annabella Parsons. Karl
Complon. BACK ROW: Mr. Rice. Tom Heppenheimer. Robert Chan. Richard Chin, Michael Fitzpatrick.
David Hutchinson. Ricky Fong. Eh Ring (Team Captain).



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Pugh, Alice Lay. Joanne Jones. Es telle Davison. Tom Heppenheimer. Connie Lasber. BACK ROW^:
Alex Heppenheimer, Mary McDonnell. Jane Fans, Sam Katz. Adel Bums, Stephen Franklin, Nancy
Mitchell, Andy Nicolaisen, Carolyn Smith, Diane Kubit. Ricardo Fong.



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FRONT ROW. Lett to Right: Jeannette Hannberg. Janet Hoverson. Sharon Stanley, Lorraine Chan.
Elizabeth Sanchez. Leta Tigert. Virgen Rodriguez, Clara Soler. Conchita Graves. Barbara Del VeccKio.
Libby Ganiboa, Debbie Franklin. CENTER ROW: Rebecca Kizer. Valerie Spivey. Donna Wong. Estlle
Davison. Grace Craig. Carmen Fernandez. Diane Kubit. Alice Link. Arlene Hannberg. Carol Hankanson.
Nancy Largent, Leda Walbridge. Cheryl Parker. BACK ROW: Virginia Fans. Rebecca Carrejo, Alice
Lay, Cecelia Dallow, Teresa Alderete, Laura Dorow, Caroline Smith. Sandra Strecker. Doreen Baas,
Nancy Hopkins. Miss McLimans. Carmen Valencia. Jane Faris. Lonnie Smith. Yvonne Leiaidier, Mary-
Esther Jones, Bemice Hill, Rene Owen. Joanne Jones. Mary O Donnell.




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FRONT ROW: Libby (;,wnbo... Barbara Del Verrhio. Shnton Stanley. I^rrnine Chan. MIDDLE ROW:
Susan Stanley. Yvonne Colon, Jeanelte Hannberg, C^-relia Dollow. (irare C^raig. Valerie Spivey. Donna
Wong, Alice Lay, Esllle Davison. BACK ROW: Bernire Hill. Virginia Faris. Teresa Aldrette. Laura
Dorow, Yvonne l_,olaidier. Rebecca Carrejo. Nancy Hopkins, Doreen Baas, Jane Faris, Mary-Esther Jones,
ra^C 98 Caroline Smith. Sandra Strecker, Carmen Fernandez. Joanne Jones.







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Morales. STANDING: Barbara Del Vecchio, Vicki Peltier. Sandy Eckhoff. Becky Carejo. Wanda
Rachal, Judy Palumbo.



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Goguen, SKaron Stanley. CatKy Redmond. Conchita Graves. Lorraine Cnan, Vicki Clarke. Susan
Stanley. MIDDLE ROW; Nancy Largent. Janice Cheshire. Edna Forsythe. Judy Palumbo. Jeannette
Hanneberg. Cathy Christiansen. Valerie Spivey. Cathy Fitzsimnions. Jeanne Hardwick, Barbara Dei
Vecchio. BACK ROW: Donna Wong, Teresa Alderete. Nancy Hopkins. Macel Washabaugh. Donna
Vache. Sandra Shore. Hilda Hotsko, Joan McGloin. Rebecca Carrejo, Sandra Strecker, Leslie Richmond.
Doren Baas, Estlle Davison, Rosemary Reardon.




Bongoleers!





Hi. Jack!





Kill it before it multiplies!



Page 100



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1^62 i^aribbean S^taff



Editor Chris McCuIIougk

Assistant Editor. Wanda Scott

Business Manager Sam Katz

Assistant Business Manager George Slaughter

Literary Editor Sue Corrigan

Photographer Bev Schroeder

Student Advisor Louis Fattorosi

Jan Deck Dave Larrison

Beverly George Cathy Lewis

Kathy Hemenway Hilda Riefkohl

Verna Hildebrand Marie Wertz
Jeannette Kirkland

Junior-Senior Pictures hy Finlayson Studio

Other Photographs by Sgt. Marcel C. Van Der Hoeven

Sgt. Windsor Thompson



The Caribbean Staff wishes to extend its sincere thanks
to all those people who have made the 1962 Caribbean year-
book possible.

We hope that you enjoy it as much as we have enjoyed
producing it.



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Compliments of

JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY, INC.

TEL. 731



Best Wishes to the
Class of '62

BREAKERS' CLUB



Best Wishes from the
PANAMA CANAL YACHT CLUB

Cristobal, Canal Zone



Complim.ents of
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1 1th and Front Street

Colon, Panama



Tel. 77



Com^pliments of
RADIO CENTER S.A.



Good Luck to the
Class of '62

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QUALITY FURNITURE
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Colon, Republic of Panama



With Sincere Good Wishes
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BESFIT

QUALITY SUITS

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Complim.ents of



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AMERICAN LEGION



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Mr. and Mrs. John F. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. NewKard

Carol D. Newhard

Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Fortner

Mr. and Mrs. R. Hammetter

Dr. Vestal L. Morris

Mr. and Mrs. Tracy P. White

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Metzgar

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Clute

Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Redmond

Mrs. Greening

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Hicks

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. AldricK

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Kunkel

Sgt. Otis J. Hull

Mr. B. R. Mazzoni

Capt. and Mrs. J. Finley MeeKan

Malcolm Lider

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Burke

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Holcomb

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Vaule

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fontaine

James W. Shobe

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Paulson

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wood

R. D. Valentine

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Klasovsky

W. M. Deaton

G. A. Lasher

J. P. Lasher

George B. Vinal

Milton E. Stone

Friend

Friend

Friend

Lloyd E. Stevens

Mrs. Jack E. Smith

Mr. J. M. Vandergrift

Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wertz

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bruce

Mrs. B. W. Paden



Mrs. Josetine Donoso

Mrs. E. W. Schroeder

Mrs. Wm. B. Seely

Mrs. Loyla Jacome

Mrs. Janet Murga

Capt. Anthony Duarte

Lt. Col. Justin Zack

Lt. Col. Robert H. Strecker

Mrs. W. J. DeSalvo

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Vias

Mrs. W. G. Laurie

Capt. and Mrs. Morin

Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Walace

Mr. and Mrs. Swearingen

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Argo

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Wiiloughby

W. A. Van Siclen

Milton Lee Nash

Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Paterson

Mrs. Cleo Burns

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Pennington

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shore

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Compton

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Baldwin

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wilkinson

Capt. A. C. Cherry

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bailey

Capt. and Mrs. S. F. Mason, III

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ramsey

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stephenson

Mr. Roland Casanova

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ambelang

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Hamlin, Jr.

Edward B. O Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Lealand A. Larrison

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Chambers

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. March

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weigle. Jr.

James F. McGloin

Mrs. Ernest E. Faris



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Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dedeaux

Joanne Walker

John T. Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. Meeker

Mr. and Mrs. Smitty

Mr. and Mrs. Crump

Mr. and Mrs. Perry WasnaDaugn

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sanders, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stepp

Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBride

Mr. and Mrs. Victor May, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. E. Dreyer

Mr. and Mrs. D. Waddell

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hill.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Acheson

Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Humphrey

Capt. and Mrs. Arthur McLean

Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Greene
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Austin
R. J. Danielson
Norman McLaren
V. D. Young

B. B. Gray

P. F. Whitney

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Weiselogel
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clarke Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Christiansen
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vowell
Theodore Finneman

L. D. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coffin
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. DeVoIl
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Daly
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Blount
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Webster
Mrs. E. M. Turner

C. S. Asbury
Daniel Austin
Mrs. Crusi

Mr. and Mrs. Hiidebrand



Mr. and Mrs. Manikas

Mr. and Mrs.Shebritz

Mr. and Mrs. Damiani

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Pase

Mr. and Mrs. McElhone

Mr. and Mrs. P. Tortonici

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hellmund

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall

Warren E. LeDoux

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Payne

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

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McElvaine

Mr. and Mrs. Redmond

Mr. and Mrs. Brandt

Mr. N. F. Keller

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Green

Lt. and Mrs. Robert Strickland

Major and Mrs. G. Blaeuer

Capt. and Mrs. W. S. Robinson

Major and Mrs. W. T. Drozel

Lt. and Mrs. Wilham T. Palmer

Major and Mrs. P. W. Kermott

Lt. and Mrs. Harold B. Smith

Leslie Wagner

W. R. LaChapelle

Mrs. Alfred Norkunas

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sanders III

R. Swearingen

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mathieson

Capt. and Mrs. W. E. Hopkins

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain

Diane Scheidegg

Mr. and Mrs. M. LaCroix

Mr. C. V. Scheidegg

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brians

Josefina M. Cimino

George E. Mitchell

Lt. and Mrs. James U. Bije

Mr. and Mrs. Yavtec Plavnik

M/Sgt. and Mrs. R. G. Deck

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COLLEEN MARY LAWSON
March 29, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"She weaves silver threads into the fabric of memory."
Intramurals: Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, Softball 1, Bowling
2; Class Assemblies 1,2; Class Offices: Secretary-Treasurer ,
1,2; Vice-President 3.4: Girls' State 3; Library 2; Orchestra 1.






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SUSAN CHRIS McCULLOUGH
April 9, 1944
Fayetteville, North Carolina
"Full of vim, vigor, and vitality."
Caribbean Editor 4: Tradewind Staff 4; Class Assembly 4:
ROTC Sponsor, Company "E" 4. Class Offices: Secretary 4.
Junior-Senior Prom. Table Decorations Chairman; Quill
and Scroll 4.







Jreaumrer



THERESA ANN WASHABAUGH
"Wash"
August 21, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Her spirit is like a teakettle-always bubbling over."
Senior Class Treasurer; Girls' Athletic Association 2,3,4. In-
tramurals: Volleyball 1,2.3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Softball 1,
2.3,4. B League: Volleyball 2. Basketball 2. Softball 2. A
League: Volleyball 3,4: Basketball 3,4: Softball 2.4. Top
Ten 2,5; Class Assembly 2. Freshman All-Stars: Basketball,
Volleyball, Softball. Orchestra 1,2,3: Girls' State 3.


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BACK ROW. Lell to Rilht Nblchael Fralei. William Arhreon. Victor Trenino. Roberl Martin. Berlram
Rigt,b. E alad W\'lrg. Per Shipley Jimrnri Juonr Bruce Knueppel. Tom Hi.e:l,. Remaldo Banerai.
Frank Bnrellno CENTER RO(\\' Carol Hankmnton. Rosemary Rcardon. Suran Stanles Barbara Dtl
Vecrhio. Donna \\'illiam;. Charlene .\lr.ander. landi Hoer-on FR(O)NT RO\\' Bonnie \\'Wrd. Sall.
Mlercall. Carol La CroI. L.-ihe Richmond Eliiabeth L.ei,- Lorraine Chan




Sophomore

BACK RO\\. Lil lo R.iht. \'illi.n, DeSalvo. Harry Nlurra,. Charles Tapie lan Kla,.-o.. CharleP
Bialko,-ilA. Frank Ender. Mike Baran,.k. Tad Campbell. Robert Corng.an Hamr Shield&. Arthur Manikai.
Thonma. Heppenheinrer Dennis lzquierdo CENTER RO\\' \\'anda Rachal Conchitl Gravei. Susan
lMalhiec.n. Barbara O Neal. Naomi Kunlz. Lorraine Urev. .lbtrta \\ilder. Jackie Aldrnch 'alene Spmie.
LaUna Nle .r FRONT ROW Donna \\'ong Billy \W'hile. Laura Dorow. W\\rdle Redman. Nancv
Hopkin_

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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Wardie Redman, Donna Wong, Susan Stanley, Cuca Cabanillas, Tom
Heppenheimer, Reinaldo Barreras, Rene Owen, Lorraine Chan, Lavina Messer. Frank Borsellino. CENTER
ROW: Jan Deck. Alice Lay. Bernie Hill, Alex Heppenheimer, Valerie Spivey. Andy Nicolaisen, Yvonne
Lelaidier. Diane Kubit, Joanne Jones (Historian). Florence Allen, Wanda Scott (Secretary-Treasurer).
BACK ROW: Virginia Faris. Mary-Esther Jones (President). Rick Maedl. Sandy Eckhoff. Gordon Reif,
Jean Van Der Heyden. Joe Coffin. Lonnie Smith. John Everson, Laura Dorow. Doug Alberga, Pam
Johnston, Cochita Graves.


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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Donna Wong. Cathy Fitzsimmons. Phillip Barrett, Theresa Alderete
(I ro Irv. rrr..urPrl. Zandi Zimmerman (President). Joanne Jones (Vice-President). Betty Payne, Charlene
Alexander. Alice Lay. CENTER ROW: Lorraine Chan. Connie Lasher, Judy Palumbo. Reinaldo Barreras.
Slor,rnr,. Allen, Carolyn Smith. Amy Garcia, Louis McGoff. Nina Chapell. Mary-Esther Jones, Bernie Hill.
BACK ROW\: Ricardo Fong, Nancy Mitchell, Laura Dorow. Tom Heppenheimer. Jim Jones. George
Angle, Arthur Manikas. Douglas Alberga, Sandy Eckhoff. Suzanne Lider, Andy Nicolaisen.


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M.A.
American Institutions
U. S. History


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M.Ed.
Advanced Algebra and Trigono-
metry
Plane and Solid Geometry


Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi. B.A..
M.A.
Physical Education


Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi, B.A.
M.Ed.
English
Journalism


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Miss Helen Johnston, B.A.,
M.A.. M.L.
Librarian
Library Training


Mrs. Vera Folsom. A.B.. M.A.
Business Education
Typing and Shorthand
Modem Business


Mr. Eugene Gregg. A.A.. B.A..
M.A.
Social Studies
Modem World History












Mr. Oswald E. Jorstad. B.A..
B.M., M.A.
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


Mrs. Anne Gregg, B.A.. M.S.
Latin. French. Spanish


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Mr. David Ingram. B.S., M.Ed
Health
Physical Education


Mrs. Ethel M. Laurie. B.A..
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Arithmetic
General Mathematics


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FRONT ROW, LAIt to R.,li. L. Cheshire. C. Gibson. W. Shotwell. J. Alderette. H. Butcher, P.
Lee, V. Trevino, C. Tapie. J1. Edgar. R. Dockery. BACK RO\\ L. Austin, C. Izquierdo, R. Zack,
R. Martin. S. Ramirez, J. Jenkins, A, Heppenheimer. J. James.


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CUta6 Propltecy


On February 2, 1962, Mrs. Smith remarked
that she would like to know what the members
of the class of 1962 would be doing in ten years.
Well. Mrs. Smith, we hope that this prophecy
will give you some idea.
The demand for engineers in 1972 is greater
than ever. Already among the most brilliant men
of this profession are LARRY WILDER. ELI
RING. GEORGE SLAUGHTER. RICHARD
CHIN. JOHN EVERSON, STANLEY LEON,
JOE COFFIN. ROGER HUTCHINSON. and
RALPH MACINTOSH.
Looking into the booming business world, we
find that DAVE LARRISON is a multi-million-
aire advertising executive. Sharing the credit for
his success are his nine efficient, accurate, and
benign secretaries. They are MARIE WERTZ,
KAY TAPIE, JEANNE BUSS, MARIANNE
HARDWICK, MARIELA ALCORIZA, BEV-
ERLY GEORGE. VIRGINIA HIRONS,
WANDA SCOTT, and JEANETTE KIRK-
LAND. CHRIS MCCULLOUGH is a very
private secretary to a certain chemical engineer,
and KATHY HEMENWAY is a very successful
stenographer.
Looking skyward, one is apt to see SAM KATZ
zip by in his commercial jet. His stewardesses
are BEV SCHROEDER, VICKIE FETITLER,
and CATHY LEWIS.
In politics, we find that STEPHEN FRANK-
LIN won the Presidential election of 1972 by a
landslide. As President of the United States, he
recently appointed PHIL SANDERS Governor
of the Canal Zone. KIT ATKINS has received
notice of his appointment as Secretary of the
Treasury.
In 1972 we find ROBERT RANKIN and
TERRY WEBSTER cruising off the coast of
Iceland in their '$50,000 yacht. LEN HAKAN-
SON has just received the Academy Award for
his performance in "Dracula's Cousin." JOHN
KNEUPPEL is the most outstanding pitcher of
the year. His name was recently entered in base-
ball's Hall of Fame. The great adventurer and
hunter. LA RUE CHRISTOPH, shot the world's
largest skunk in the Congo (Gizenga). PATRI-
CIA CLARKE, the renowned woman bull-fight-
er, has been awarded the ears, the tail, and the
horns of a bull for her great performances. JAN
DECK is now the editor of the Miami Herald.

BETTY PAYNE is a famous biologist, known
throughout the world for discovering a cure for
the common cold. JIM WILLIFORD is busily
shining shoes on Fifth Avenue in New York.


HOWELL WYNNE is a noted poet: ROBERT
CHAN is Panama's Ambassador to the United
States, and VIRGINIA VALDEZ has just sold
one of her paintings for 140,000 piastres. JOE
MCGOFF and CHARLENE GRAVES won
gold medals in the 1972 Olympics. JOE set a
new high-jump record at 12'9" CHARLENE
swam five miles in 1:54.8. EDNA MORALES
is an usher in Carnegie Hall.
CHARLES RHINE and CHARLES GAR-
CIA, Phi Beta Kappa graduates, are now bril-
liant doctors. CHARLES RHINE is a pediatri-
cian and CHARLES GARCIA is a brain sur-
geon. JOE LAWRENCE is a very successful
orthodontist. LOUIS DAVIS is a medical tech-
nician, and JEAN ALLAN is a wealthy psychol-
ogist. PAM JOHNSTON. EVELYN MESSER.
MARY-ESTHER JONES, and JOANNE
TANG are very capable and efficient nurses.
Many of the graduates of 1962 have entered
the teaching profession. VERNA HILDE-
BRAND teaches history: COLLEEN LAW-
SON teaches Swahili; JEAN VAN DER HEY-
DEN is a chemistry professor at M.I.T.; and
KAY HAMILTON teaches kindergarten on the
upper reaches of the Mohangi River. SUE COR-
RIGAN is teaching biology in Ireland, and THE-
RESA WASHABAUGH teaches Mathematics
in West Germany. LIZ HANNA, CHUCKY
BATH. JEFFREY LEON, RICHIE GARCIA,
and ABEL BORSELLINO are physical educa-
tion teachers. Their teams never lose a game!
(They are all fixed.)

GORDON REIF is now President of General
Motors. Smoky Bear has an ardent helper. He is
MARCUS FRENCH, Senior Forest Ranger for
the state of Washington. ANA JACQUES is
modeling for Christian Dior in Paris, France.
ANN BAAS is the new bilingual translator for
the F.B.I. GUY JONES and EARL GRIGGS
are business partners. GUY is an electrician;
EARL, a machinist. ROBERT WILLIS is a
veterinarian. CAROL CORRIGAN and WAN-
DA HUMMER are both happily married and
have four children: two boys and two of the other
kind. CAROL and family are living in Australia.
The Armed Forces have gained four brave and
patriotic men: EUGENE PUGH is an Air Force
test pilot, EDWARD GREEN and BILL LIV-
INGSTON are in the Marine Corps, and TER-
RY BING is a sailor aboard the "Good Ship
Lollipop" off the Coast of Madagascar.
Congratulations Class of 1962; your time has
been well spent.


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PHILIP DOUGLAS SANDERS
"Phil"
April 24. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Education is the breath of life, but I'm short-winded."
Rifle Club 1,2; Swimming Team 1: Bowling Team 2. Intramurals: Soccer
1.2,3.4: Basketball 1.2,3.4.


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RAYMOND SCHEIDEGG
"Ramon"
May 5, 1944
East Orange. New Jersey
"We'll remember him as a playful boy
Who filled our world with laughter and joy.
Football 2,5,4: Baseball 2,3,4: Swimming 2.4: Soccer
2.,,4; Canal Zone All-Stars 4.


BEVERLEY ANN SCHROEDER
"Squiffi"
June 20. 1944
Fort Smith, Arkansas
"The spark behind every explosion.
Majorette 4: Majorette Club 4: Basketball Intramurals 4: Nurses' Aide
Club 4: Caribbean Photographer 4; Tradewind Staff 4; S.A. Ways and
Means Committee 4; Homecoming Court 4. Falls Church High School.
J.E.B. Stuart High School. Virginia: Pep Club 2.5; Kiwanas Kapers 3:
Spanish Club 3: Majorette 2.5.


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FRONT ROW. Left to Right: John Lowe. Henry Clancy. Alex Ramirez. Jose Fuentes. Jeffrey Leon
(Capt.). Richie Garcia, Ray Ramirez. George Patton. Joe Lawrence. Bill Dockery. SECOND ROW:
Louis McGoff. Nick Brooks. Robert Rankin. Mike Klasovsky. Ron McDonnell. Bill Shotwell. Coyn
Armstrong. Chris Wrenn. George Kandrin. Don McCullough. Austin Gentry. THIRD ROW: Solomon
Heres. Tom Heppenheimer. Terry Webster. Ted Davis. Ken Cooper, Mike Baranick. Charles Bath,
Edward Pugh. Woody Smith. Charles Rhine. Ray Scheidegg.

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LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobby Hauser. John Lowe. Joe McGoff,
son. Joe Lawrence.


Austin Gentry. Joe Coffin, Len Hakan-


6astetibaell


junior


LEFT TO RIGHT: Alex Ramirez,
Mosley, Louis McGoff. Bob Sanders.


Chris Wrenn. James Jones. Mike Baranick. Ray Ramirez. Bob


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Jean Allan
John Everson


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Mary-Esther Jones
Stephen Franklin


Joanne Tang
Jim Williford










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Sue Corri!ran
Larry Wilder


Laura Strongman
Lennart Hakanson


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GEORGE WILBER LITTLE s I *
Alawishus -
November 16. 1943
Hackensack. New Jersey
"Always happy, always gay:
Just as nice from day to day."
Adjutant ROTC Capt.; Senior Assembly: Football 53 Boys' State 3.






















E JOSEPH McGOFF
"Long John"
SJanuary 8. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, and pleasure
my business."
"C" Club 1.2.3: ROTC 1.2.3: Football 1,2.4: Track 1.2.3,4: Basketball
,', l 1.2.3.4; All-Stars 4.













EVELYN ELIZABETH MESSER
BVita l
December 15. 1943 -
Colon. Republic of Panama ---
"As merry as the day is long."
Intramurals: Basketball 1.2.3.4; Volleyball 2.3,4: Softball 2.3,4. All-Stars:
Softball 3: Basketball 4.


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iRomecomin


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Princess Hilda Rieflohl-Princess of the
Daisies, Daughter of the Noonday Sun,
Keeper of the Amber Amathyst, wearing
a gentian gold gown; escorted by Brian
Lutz-King of the Guards, Master of the
Bucketheads, and Defender of the Line.


Left to Right: Jeffrey Leon, Bev Schroeder. Rich-
ie Garcia. Sue Corrigan, Buddy Schroeder, Re-


Princess \Vanda Scott Princess
of the Roses, Keeper of the Emer-
alds. Daughter of the Sunrise.
wearing an azure blue gown; es-
corted by Larry Wilder Lord of
the Red and \White Serfs, Chief
Cleaner of the Uniforms, Head
Runner of the Pitchout.









SAMUEL KATZ
"Sam"

June 9, 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Lives, laughs, and loves his way through life."
Class Assemblies 1.2.4: ROTC 1.2.3.4: Trdewind Staff 4; Basketball
Intramumals 3; Best Company Field Night 1: Third Place Military Achieve-
ment Medal 1: NEDT Diploma: Quill and Scroll; Caribbean Staff;
Dramatics Club 4.


JEANETTE THELMA KIRKLAND
January 26, 1944
Panama. Republic of Panama
"Even though her words are few.
Her sweetness has a golden hue."
Nurses Aide 1.4; Glee Club 1.2.3; Christmas Festival 1.2.3; Spring Fes-
tival 1.2.3: Tradewind Staff.







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JOHN H. KNLUEPPEL
December 31. 1943
Sterogen Bay. Wisconsin
"Happy am I; from care I'm free.
Why aren't they all contented like me?"
Football 3.4: Baseball 3.4. Rufus King: Football. Irvian: Football. Gran-
vill: Baseball-Most Valuable Player. Edison: Basketball.


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Look Mom, we passed.


Cackle. Cackle.


Friends till the end.


Anxious. Bored?


The race is on.


Camera Shy


Taking it easy


How cosy.


Fleas, Sam?


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LENNARD ALLEN HAKANSON
"Len"
January 14 1943
Brooklyn, New York
"Lankily he lazes through CHS life."
Basketball 1,2,3.4: Varsity 1.2: Tennis 4; Soccer 1.2,3.4: Baseball 4: Band
1.2,3: Orchestra 1,2,4.


( aKAY HAMILTON
"Toughv"
December 31. 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Jolly, good-natured, full of lun:
S*, If you want a good friend, here is one.
National Thespian Society 3,4: Dramatic Society 3.4; Play: Yes or No 4:
Senior Assembly: Glee Club 3,4; Girls' State 3. Balboa High School:
National Thespian Society 2: Dramatic Society 1.2; Glee Club 1.2: Stage
Manager for Quality Street 2.











ELIZABETH CAROL HANNA
"Liz"
August 12. 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"She's a peppy little example of perfection."
G.A.A. 1.2.3,4: Assemblies 2.4: Girls' Stale 3. Intramurals: Volleyball
1,2.3.4: Softball 1,2.3.4: Basketball 1.2,3.4; Tennis 1.2.3. "B" League:
Volleyball 1.2,3: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Softball 1,2.3. Caribe Club 1.2.3.4:
Homeroom Representative I; Homeroom Alternate 4.


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"Mary"
February 21, 1943
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Sentences fail when one word is complete: sweet.
Volleyball, Basketball. Softball. G.A.A.. Sophomore Assembly.





















JEAN ELIZABETH ALLAN
"Jeanie"
August 21. 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"From the top of her head to the tip of her toes,
The impression of neatness and loveliness grows."
Girls' State 3; Homeroom Representative 1.3.4; Homeroom Alternate 2:
Assemblies 1.2; Vice-President. Sophomore Class. Intramurals: Volleyball.
Basketball. Softball 1.2. Cheerleader 5.4: G.A.A. 1.2.5.4; Caribe Club
1.2..5, Vice-President 4: ROTC Battalion Sponsor 4: Chairman. Public
Relations Committee: National Honor Society 4; Tradewind Editor.


CHRISTOPHER WARD ATKINS
"Kit"
August 4, 1944
New London, Connecticut
"That rare quality: shyness.'
Homeroom Alternate 3; Tennis 3,4.


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LYLE TERRY WEBSTER
"Speedy"
June 1. 1944
Baltimore. Maryland


"Mischievous eyes
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"Wertzie"
October 10, 1944
Margarita. Canal Zone
"Small. sweet, and neat,
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Sophomore Assembly: Senior A--..r..-. Intramurals: Basketball 2. Volley-
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Basketball 1,2: Track 2,4.


LAWRENCE TIRRELL WILDER
"Larry"
September 30. 1943
Boston, Massachusetts
"A combination hard to beat:
A scholar and an athlete."
"21" Club 1,2,3.4. President 4: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3,4: "C" Club
1,2.5,4, Secretary 4: Honor Society 4; Treasurer S.A. 4. Letters: Base-
hall 1.2.3: Football 3.4: Tennis 5. Baseball: Most Valuable Player 5.


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"Scottie"
July 22, 1944
Fort Worth. Texas
"Winsome is she, adorable too,
A cute personality-that's Scottie for you."
Caribe Club 1.2.3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; National
Honor Society 4: Class Assemblies 2,4; Homecoming
Court 4; Class President 4; Journalism Secretary 4; Home-
room Representative 3; Public Relations Committee 4;
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Princess Sue Corrigan Princess of the
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becca Buss, Jeanne Buss, Joe Coffin, Hilda Rief- escorted by Richie Garcia Knight of
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Daughter of the Sun; escorted by Squire Buddy
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ROW: Douglas Billison. George Evans. Kenny Karpinski,
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BEVERLY LOU GEORGE
"Bev"
January 19, 1943
Colon Hospital, Republic of Panama
"She's little, but so is dynamite."
Drama Club 1.2; Assemblies 2.4: Glee Club 1.2.3; Christmas Festival
1.2,3; Spring Festival 1.2.3:Tradewind and Caribbean Staff.


CHARLENE MURIEL GRAVES
"Char"
October 17, 1944
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Doing easily what others find difficult is talent."
Swimming 1,2,3,4; Letters: 1,2.3,4: Volleyball Intramurals 1.2.3; Assem-
blies 2.4.


EARL WILLIAM GRIGGS
"Bill"
December 12. 1042
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Silence is deep and eternal."
Football 2.3: Track 2,,.4; "C" Club 3.4: ROTC 2,3.4: Lettered:
Football 2.


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