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Editor Amalia Cabanillas

Assistant Editor Diono Clarke

Senior Editor - Pat Daly

Assistant Senior Editor Sue Barfield

Junior Editor Doreen Baas

Underclassmen Editor -.. Helen George

Sports Editor Patsy Lee

Literary Editor Harriett Hewitt

Photographer Kenny Cooper

Business Manager -. Margaret O'Brien

Assistant Business Manager Nancy Drohan

Advisor .. .. Louis J. Fattorosi



proudly presents .



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Caribbean



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Administration 7

Ads 106

Baby Pictures 52

Clubs 93

Dedication 4

Faculty 8

Hall of Fame 39

In Memoriam 6

Juniors 59

Last Will & Testament 56

Music 90

Prophecy 57

ROTC 87

Seniors 11

Sports 65

Staff 1

Tiger Boosters 101

Underclassmen 66



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-For friendly guidance and loyalty,

-For constant support and encouragement,

-For going along with impractical schemes,

-For helping to make our class projects fun,

-For understanding,

-For all these, and more.



We, the class of 1963, with sincere gratitude,
dedicate our Caribbean to



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in memoriam




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His name was Ricky. He was our classmate
and our friend. Always he was a credit to Cristobal
High School. He was a quiet boy to all appear-
ances, but underneath ran a rich vein of person-
ality and laughter. He held our love and respect,
and we are better for having known him.



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Mr. Paul L. Back
Principal



administration





Mr. Carl F Maedl, B.A., M.A.

Guidance

Boys' Counselor



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Miss Adomary Anderson, B.A., M.A.

American Institutions

Guidance

Girls' Counselor




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Mrs. Marion Taylor, B.S.
Secretary



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CHS
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Mrs. Josephine McDonnell
Nurse



Mrs. Vicki Moinord, B.A M.A.
Librarian



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Pictured



Mr. G. Lee Armstrong, 6.A., M.A.
English 8
Geography






Sgt. Melvin Blackburn Mr. Richard W. Bock, B A., M.Ed. Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi, B.A., M.Ed.
ROTC II Algebra I and I! English

Drill Team Advisor Trigonometry Journalism

"E" Company Commander Plane and Solid Geometry





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Mrs. Margaret Fattorosi, B.A M.A. '^"- Veva Folsom, B.A., M.A.
Physical Education Typing

Shorthand
Modern Business



Mr. W. J. Gansen, B A., M.A.

Social Studies

Modern World History



Mrs. Anne Gegg, B.A., M.S.

Latin

French

Spanish



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Mr. Eugene Gregg, A.A B.A., M.A. Mr. Oswold Jorstod, B.A., BM MA ^''- Ethel M. Laurie, B.A., M.A Mr. Douglas Litton, MA
U. S. History Chorus Plone Geometry Gym

Social Studies Orchestra Mathematics Health

Bond General Mathematics







Mrs. Alfhlld Moedl, B.A. Mr. Bernord Mozzoni, M.Ed. Mr. Robert McCullough, B.S., M.A. Miss Sophie McLimons, B.S.

English Algebra Elementary Mechanical Drawing Household Arts

Mathematics Advanced Mechanical Drawing

Social Studies




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Sgt. Thomas Metcalf
ROTC I




Mr. Paul Moser, B.S.

Gym

Health




Mr. James D. Norman, B.S., M.S.

Biology

General Science




Miss Sandro Motto, B.S.

Mathematics

Spanish




Mr. Luke Polumbo, B.S.
Science






Mrs. Grace Pfou, B.S., M.A. Mrs. James H. Pfou, B.S., M.A. Mr. Charles T. Reeves, B.A., B.S., M.A.
Special Education Chemistry Mathematics

Physics Advanced Woodwork

Physics
Drivers' Troining

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Mrs. Stello Riefkohl, B.A., M.A.
Spanish



Mrs. Yolando Rodriguez, B.A.
Spanish
English



Capt. Samuel Sanford

ROTC III ond IV

Assistant PMS



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

Special Education

Social Studies









Mr. Robert Shipman, B.S., M.S.

Shop

Woodwork

Metal Shop



Mrs. Dorothy Smith, B.S., M.A.
English
Speech



Mr. Frank Spitzer, B.S.

Mathematics

General Science



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






Mrs. Jane Strickland, B.S.
Gym



Mrs. Patricia Vinton, B.S.,
English



M.A. Mrs. Harriet Young, B.S., M.A., Ph.D
English



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PRESIDENT

Kenneth Wayne Cooper
"Kenny"
November 11, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A happy heart makes a happy guy."

Class President 4; Homeroom Representa-
tive 1; Campaign Assembly 3; Class As-
semblies 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball
1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Swimming 2,4; "C"
Club 4; Homecoming Court 4.



VICE-PRESIDENT

Helen Marie George
"George"
April 13, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Full of chatter, always gay,
NEVER QUIET that's her way."

Class Vice-President 4; Dramatics Club 1;
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3; Caribe Club 1; Glee
Club 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 1,2,3; Swimming
1,4; Basketball 2,3; Volleyball 1; Softball
1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Campaign
Assembly 3; Opening Day Assembly 4;
Spring Festival 1,2,3,4; Christmas Fes-
tival 1,2,3,4, Chairman 1; Christmas
Formal.



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SECRETARY

Martha Anne Wood
"Marcy"
September 26, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Simple and sweet in all her ways,
She'll be happy the rest of her days."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Secre-
tary 4; Homeroom Alternate 2,3; Home-
room representative 1; Homecoming Court
4; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Basketball 1,
2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; "B" League;
Softball 1,2,3,4, "Top Ten"; Carnival
Court 3.



TREASURER

Catherine Mary Owen

"Rene"

April 3, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"A timeless worker, the whole day long.

Her life's in tune like a joyful song."

Notional Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics
Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Caribe
Club 1,2,3,4; Class President 3; Class
Treosurcr 4; Christmas Formal 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom Choirmon 3; Class Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Intromurals 1,2,3,4; "21" Club
Carnival Court 3.

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Douglas Lloyd Alberga

"Dougie"

May 29, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"The mildest of manner, the gentlest of

spirit."

Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; "21" Club 2,3,4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Caribe Club
Vice-President 1; Homeroom Representa-
tive 3; Class Assembly 3; Soccer 1;
Brawl 1,2.



George Angle

"George"
April 18, 1945
Lincolnton, North Carolina
"Always ready with o smile for all he
meets."

Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Track 3 4-
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2.



Elaine Mary Asbury

"Elaine"

July 11, 1945

Morgarita, Canal Zone

"She walks in fashion wherever she goes."

G.A.A. 3,4, Secretary 4; Coribe Club
2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1; Dramatics Club 1;
Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Soft-
ball 2,3,4; Top Ten 2,3; Tennis Intro-
murals 3; Bowling Intramurals 1; S.A.
Assistant Treosurer 3; Homeroom Repre-
sentative 4; Orchestra 1; "21" Club Court
3; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Class Secretory-
Treasurer 2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Brawl
Program 4; Homecoming Court 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.




Doreen Elizabeth Baas

"Doreen"

December 15, 1945

New York, New York

"Quiet and Serene, that's our Doreen."

Nurses' Aide 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Dra-
matics Club 2.4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Journalism Treasurer 4; Swimming 3,4.





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Doris Susan Borfield

"Moose"

February 28, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"You get out of life what you put into it."

Dramatics Club 1; Class Vice-President
1,2; hlomeroom Alternate 1; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Vol-
leyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Tradewind
Editor; Caribbean Staff.



Stuart Berstein
"Stu"
September 9, 1945
Balboa, Canal Zone

"Don't squelch It, but learn as much
about it as possible before making a
change."

Homeroom Representative 1; Class As-
semblies 1,3; Campaign Assembly 3; Base-
ball Team Manager 3.



Josephine Frances Borsellino
"Jo"
July 4, 1945
Gorgas flospital. Canal Zone
"Small in height, great in heart."

Class Assembly 1; Volleyball 1,2,3; Bas-
ketball 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2,3,4.



Robert Henry Boseman

"Bob"

April 8, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"If you work hard, you will probably have

many opportunities to show your worth."

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Jack Leonard Brayton
"Jack"
August 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Men of few words ore the best men."

"C" Club 3; Class Assemblies 2,3; Base-
ball 3,4; Basketball Intramurals.



Terry Lynn Brenner

'Terry"
November 12, 1944
Jacksonville, Florida
"Brimming over with jests ond quips.
Never a sad word on her lips."

Palmette High School, Miami, Florida.
Pep Club 2; Camden County High, Soft-
ball 2; Basketball 2; CHS Caribbean
Staff 4.




Tula Brown
"Tula-Bula"
March 18, 1945
Panama, Republic of Panama
"From quiet, unexpected sources.
Often spring the world's greatest forces."

Caribe Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 1,2,; Dra-
matics Club 1,2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; "A" League Basketball
Manager 3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4.



John Irvin Burns

"John"

December 21, 1944

Colon, Republic of Panama

"Always a strong urge to explore a new

field of endeavor."



Rifle Club 1,2,3; R.O.T.C.
1,2,3; Class Assembly 3.



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Michael Richard Burza
"Mike"
April 29, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone

"You may have fo buckle down and co-
operate with others in order to succeed."

"21" Club 3,4; National Honor Society
3,4, President 4; Coribe Club 1,2,3,4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Class Secre-
tary-Treasurer 1; Class Assembly 4; Base-
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4;
Soccer Intramurals.



Harry Lynne Butcher
"Harry"
June 7, 1944
Cleveland, Ohio
"A little work and mostly ploy
Blend together for a perfect day."

Class Assemblies 1,2,3; J.V. Basketball 2.



Amolia Moria Cobonillas
"Cuca"
January 25, 1946
Mayoguez, Puerto Rico
"Success is the key to happiness."

Notional Honor Society 4; Dance Card
Chairman 4; Caribe Club 3,4; Caribbean
Editor 4; Trade^ind Staff 4; Volleyball
3. Irving High School, El Paso, Texas:
French Club 2, Science Club 1. FTA 2.



Vincent Conomas

"Vincent"

June 17, 1945

Son Jose, Cotto Rico

"Your big trouble is thot you hove too

many inhibitions."




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Richard Henry Carpenter
"Rich"
April 16, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Never lets an abundance of fortune
make him selfish or troubles make him
surly."

"21" Club 2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3; Rifle
Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Sophomore
Class Vice-President; S.A. Vice-President
3; Class Assemblie* 1,2,3,4; "21" Club
Assembly 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 2,3,4;
Bowling 1; Athletic Council President 3;
hlomeroom Alternate 3; Palm Bowl Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Balboa Relays 2,3.



Lance Cheshire

"Lance"

November 26, 1944

Langley Field, A.F.B., Virginia

"He enjoys life, with no if's and's or

but's about it."



Kathleen Helen Clancey
"Kathy"
November 19, 1944
Boston, Massachusetts
"The best part of the Irishman's luck."

Dramatics Club 1; Class Assembly 3;
Girls' State 3.



Diana Lyn Clarke
"Red"
Santa Monica, California
"Heart as big as the ocean and a smile
to match."

Class Assemblies 2,3,4. Intromurals: Bas-
ketball 2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Softball 2.
Caribbean Assistant Editor; Tradewind
Staff.




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Bobby Allen Collins

"Bobby"

June 23, 1945

Ashville, North Carolina

"His desire to learn is always increasing."

Hampton High School, Hampton, Virginia:
Spanish Club, Chemphy Club, Track.



Bonnie Jean Conklin

"Bon"

April 11, 1945

Louisville, Kentucky

"A sincere friend to all who know her."

Dramatics Club 3,4; Thespians 4, Secre-
tary 4; Volleyball 1,2; Softboll 2; Bas-
ketball 2.



Collin Coregan

"Hippo"
July 8, 1945
Panama, Republic of Panama
"Eot, drink, and be merry that's our
Collin."

Homeroom Representative 3; Football 2,4.



Grace L. Craig
"Groce"

April 19, 1945
Margarita, Conol Zone
"Silence is the great art of conversation."

Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1;
Class Assemblies 1,3.




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Celia Marie Cronan

"C.C."

October 24, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"A jet-paced girl with extra dash of

vitality."

Homeroom Representative 1; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4. intramurals: Volleyball
1,2,3,4, "B" League 2, "A" League 4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4, "A" Leogue 4; Soft-
ball 1,2,4.



Patricia Diane Marie Daly

"Pat"

September 22, 1945

Chicago, Illinois

"Always smiling, always gay.

Bursting with energy from day to day."

Homeroom Alternate 2,3; Dramatics Club
1; Class Assemblies 1,2; Opening Day
Assembly 1,2,3.

Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2; Cheerleader 3.
Orchestra 1,2; Band 1,2; Swimming 1,2;
Caribbean Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4.



Theodore Davis

"Beak"
May 26, 1945
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Chances for good lunch should keep you
enthusiastic."

"21' Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1;
Class Assemblies 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Foot-
ball 1; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4.



Kathleen Elizabeth DeLapp
"Kafrink"
February 22, 1945
Long Island, New York
"A peppy little pinch of personality."

Nurses' Aide 1,2,3; Homeroom Represen-
tative 1; Homeroom Alternate 3; Class
Assemblies 1,2,3,4. Intramurals: Basket-
ball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Top Ten 2.
Carnival Court 3.





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Beverly Jean Dockery
"Berrol"
April 6, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"New friendships are star-favored."

Dramatics Club 1; Class Assembly 3.
Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2.



Isabel Victoria Drohan

"Nancy"

Moy 17, 1945

Panama City, Panama

"I am a student, and boys are a subject

to study."



Linette Marie Dugas

"Linny"

June 4, 1945

Panama, Republic of Panama

"She weaves silver threads into the fabrics

of memory."



Patricia M. Ernest

"Pat"
September 20, 1944
Cardiff, Greot Britain
"Her hair is long, her eyes ore bright,
and her smile is merry."

Lincoln High School: Glee Club 1,2;
Class Assemblies 1,2; Volleyball 2.




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Carmen L. Fernandez
"Carmen"
January 27, 1945
Panama City, Panama
"It's nice to be natural when you're nat-
urally nice."

Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4.



Cyrus William Field, Jr.
"Rusty"
February 27, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Education is the breath of lite, but
short-winded."



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Lettermen's Club; Athletic Council 2;
Junior Class Secretary; Class Assemblies
2,3,4; Soccer Intramurois 1; Baseball 3.



Lewis Eugene French
"Gene"
July 1, 1944
Memphis, Tennessee

"The highest of distinctions is service to
others."

Rifle Club; Homeroom Alternate 2; Bowl-
ing; Batallion Commander (R.O.T.C.) 4.



Jose M. Fuentes

"Jose"
June 10, 1944
Sonturce, Puerto Rico
"Politeness is to do and soy the kindest
things in the kindest way"

Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 3,4.






Rita Therese Geyer
"Rito"

October 21, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A woman's loveliness is her hair."

Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
Homeroom Representative 4; Class As-
sembly 3; Homecoming Court 4.



Raymond Gomez

"Ray"

November 13, 1945

Glendale, California

"Silence is the great art of conversation.'

Band 3,4; Basketball 3,4.



Richard C. H. Gonzales
"Speedy"
August 23, 1945
Son Antonio, Texas

"We'll remember him as o playful boy who
filled our world with laughter and joy."

Lettermen's Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Foot-
ball 1; Track 1; Basketball 1.2; Baseball.



Edward Hewitt Green

"Pumpsie"
December 21, 1943
Colon, Republic of Panama
"He puts his troubles in a trunk, sits on
the lid, and laughs."




Soccer
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Intromurals.




Roy Albert Hall III

"Corky"

March 5, 1945

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

"Life may be really earnest, but it sure

is fun."



Robert Neil Hammond
"Hammbone"
January 8, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Handsome is as handsome does;
A fairer lad there never was."

Homeroom Representative 3; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3.



Jeanette Hannberg
"Jeanette"

September 1, 1945
Providence, Rhode Island
"A gleam of friendly light."

Nurses' Aide 3,4; Class Assembly 3.



James Harris
"Jim"

April 14, 1944
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Content to live that's my story."




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Robert 1. Hauser

"Wop"

November 4, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"Good things are twice as good when

they're short."

"21" Club 2,3,4; "C" Club 3,4; Class
Assemblies 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; JV
Basketball 1,2; Basketball 3,4.



Harriett Louise Hewitt
"Pinky"
April 29, 1945
Lexington, Nebraska

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



G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 2,3; Nation-
al Honor Society 3,4; Vice-President 4;
Caribe Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3;
The Whole Town's Talking; S. A. Presi-
dent 4; Newsletter Editor; Tradewind
Editor; Caribbean Staff; Ring Committee
Chairman 3; Banquet Committee Chair-
man 3; Class Assemblies 2, 3, 4; Open-
ing Day Assembly; Girls' State 3. Intra-
murals: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; Softball
1,2,3,4; All-Stars 1,2,3; Top Ten Basket-
ball 2,3. Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestro 1,2,3,4;
Glee Club 3.



Bernice Aloise Hill

"Bernie"
December 25, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A teriffic combination of athletic ability
and friendliness."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; President 4; Caribe Club
1,2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Nur-
ses' Aide 2,3; "21" Club Assembly 3;
Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Tennis Varsity
3, 4; Swimming Team 3,4; Volleyball "A"
League 1,2,3,4; Basketball "A" League
1,2,3,4; Coach of Brawl 3,4.



George Jackson Holcomb
"Jack"
January 3, 1945
Word, West Virginia
"A quiet man, but quite a man."



R O.T.C. Company "F"
Class Assemblies 2,3.



Commander 4.





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Billie Sharon Hollowell
"Tinker"
April 24, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Happy-go-lucky Tinker formula for
fireworks."

Volleyball Intramurols 1,2,4.

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



James Clark Hoverson
"Bones"
August 28, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Worry is not for lads like me.'

Class Assemblies 3,4.



William Bond Huff, Jr.

"Bill"

January 4, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"Time is but a stream in which I go

fishing."

R.O.T.C. Drill Team Commander 3; Com-
pany Commander 4; Junior Rifle Club 1;
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2,3,4; Rifle Team
Captain 4; "21" Club 4.





James Robert Jackson

"James"

November 26, 1944

Cuthbert, Georgia

"I'm not lazy, just conserving my energy.'

Class Assemblies 2,3.



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Mae Roberta Jacques
"Mae"
November 6, 1945
Canal Zone



Joanne Aileen Jones

"JoAnne"
September 24, 1945
Top Rock, Barbados

"She's sparkle and spice and everything
nice."

National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4;
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Historian 3, President
4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Secretary 4;
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, presi-
dent 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Vice-
President 3; Homeroom Representative
2,4; Homeroom Alternate 3; Class As-
semblies 2,3; Glee Club 2,4; Scholastic
Awards 1; Nurses' Aide Award 3. Intro-
murals: Volleyball 1,2; Tennis 2; Softball
1,2,3.



Yira Virginia Kom

"Virginia"
November 3, 1945
David, Republic of Panama
"Like the sunshine and shadows on a
streom.
Her eyes emit a joyful beam."

Class Assemblies 1,2.



Michael Edward Klasovsky

"Mike"
June 11, 1945
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Men hove died from overwork. I may
a long time."

Class Assembly 2; Track 3.
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Pafricia Jeanne Kunkel
"Pat"
November 23, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"As merry as the day is long."



Emma Patsy Lee
"Patsy"
September 28, 1945
Wedowee, Alabama
"Winsome is she, adorable too;
A cute personality, that's Patsy for you."

Caribe Club 1,2; R.O.T.C. Drill Team
Sponsor 3, Battalion Sponsor 4; Homeroom
Alternate 1; Representative 2,4; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Basketball and Volley
ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball "6"
League 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming
Queen 4.



Yvonne Marie Lelaidier

"Yvonne"

July 26, 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

"A classmate everyone admires for the

wisdom whereto she aspires."

Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Caribe
Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4.



William Alexander Livingston
"Bill"
June 27, 1942
Colon, Republic of Panama
"I am myself, my own commander."

Glee Club 1,2,3,4.




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John H. Lowe
"John"
December 22, 1943
Columbus, Georgia

"There is more to me then you under-
stond."

Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, President 4; Foot-
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4
Baseball 3,4; Canal Zone All-Stars; Home
coming Court 4.



Raymond Madison

"Ito"
November 30, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"I moke the most of all that comes and
the least of all that goes."

Class Assemblies 1,2,3.



Carlo D. Meehan

"Carlo"
January 26, 1945
Republic of Panama
"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Home-
room Alternate 2; Class Assembly 3;
Opening Day Assembly 3,4; Cheerleader
3,4. Intromurals: Softball, Volleyball,
Basketball 1,2,3,4; "A" League 2,3,4;
Tennis 3.



Yvonne Marie Moroles

"Yvonne"

January 22, 1945

Margarita, Conoj Zone

"The devil with, the devil without;

Thot's our Yvonne, without a doubt."

Dramatics Club 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3;
Intromurals: Volleyball, Basketball, Soft-
boll, Tennis.




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Fred Newhord
"Freddy"
August 20, 1942
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Laughs his way through CHS life."

Class Assemblies 2,3.



Andy Jens Nicolaisen

"Andy"

April 4, 1945

Morgarita, Canal Zone

"Softly spoken words and o dignified oir."

Caribe Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards
3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4, President 4;
Thespians 4, Vice-President 4; Stage
Manager 4; Homeroom Alternate 4; Le
Cercle Francois 4, Vice-President 4; Class
Assemblies 1,2,3; Christmas Festival
1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4; Bond and
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; String Ensemble 2,3,4-
Glee Club 2,3,4; Boys' State 3.



MARGARET ANN O'BRIEN
"Beatrice"
November 7, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Forward and frolic, glee was there,
The will to do, the soul to dare."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3. Intramurals: Basketball
1,2,3,4, "B" League 1,2,4; Volleyball 1,
2,3,4, "B" League 1,2; Softball 1,2,3, "B"
League 1,2.



SANDRA TERESA PARKER
"Sandy"
September 16, 1945
Santo Rosa, California
"Happy and carefree, giving a smile
to all she meets."

G.A.A.; Class Assemblies 2,3,4. Intra-
murals: Softball 2; Basketball "A"
League 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, "A"
League 3,4.




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GEORGE FRANKLIN PATTON
"George"
August 6, 1944
Panama City, Panama
"Hoppy and carefree all the day.
Going on his merry way."

Homeroom Representative 1; Track 1,
2,3,4.



RICHARD LEWIS PENNINGTON
"Butchy"
October 13, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Happy and free as the breeze.
His heart and mind are at ease."

Junior Rifle Club; Class Assembly 3.



ALBERT LEE PILKERTON

"Pinky"

July 24, 1945

Florence, Alabama

"Happy am I; from care I'm free.

Why oren't they all contented like me?"

Football 3,4.



MIRIAM ILEANA RAMIREZ
"Miriam"
October 5, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Silence is deep and eternal."

Intramurals: Softball, Volleyball.




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DIANE MARIE RAMSEY
"Dee Dee"
June 25, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She lives in peaceful harmony
with the world."

Nurses' Aide 2; Homecoming Court 4;
Girls' State 3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3.
Intramurals: Volleyball; "A" League 4;
Basketball; Softball 1,2,3,4.



THOMAS C. ROBERTSON
"Tom"
Moy 15, 1945
El Paso, Texas

"A helping hand he'll always lend, a
carefree lad, but a true friend."

Rifle Club; Homeroom Alternate 4; Tor-
rid Zone Wizards; Caribe Club. Intro-
murals: Basketball, Tennis.



DIANE GAIL ROSCOE
"Diane"
December 16, 1944
Needham, Massachusetts
"Mild-mannered, without a worry
in the world."

Class Assemblies 1,2,3. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Soft-
ball 1.



WILLIAM H. REDMOND
"Bill"
November 7, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Happy is the man who enjoys life.'




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CAROLYN GRACE ROWLEY
"Carolyn"
June 10, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."

Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 1; Glee
Club 3,4; Tradewind Staff 4; Class As-
semblies 1^3.



KAREN SANDERS

"Karen"

July 29, 1945

Morgarita, Canal Zone

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

Dramatics Club; Nurses' Aide 1; FTA;
Chorus; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; S.A. Treas-
urer 4; Class Treasurer 3; hlomeroom
Alternate, Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Jam-
boree Queen 4.



SHEILA IRE SANDERS
"Sheila"
February 15, 1944
Glasgow, Kentucky
"A little bit goes a long way."

Intromurals: Volleyball, Basketball, Soft-
ball.



KENNETH VINCENT SANDERS

"Kenny"

April 20, 1945

Panama City, Panama

"This is my life; I live it and loe It.'





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GORDON LEE SANDERS
"Gordie"
November 10, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"What is man but a happy mixture
of devil and saint."

Track 3,4.



PATRICIA KAY SEAMAN
"Pat"
February 26, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Horses are a girl's best friends."

Dramatics Club 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Tradewind Staff; Closs Assemblies 2,3.
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3 "B"
League 1; Volleyball 1,2,3.



EARL CLAYTON SHARICK II
"Buzz"
October 13, 1945
Peoria, Illinois

"Jolly and certain of his stand,
he'll have fun in any land."



JOHN TERRELL SLAUGHTER
"Terry"
September 4, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He lives to love, and loves to live."

"C" Club; Class Assemblies 2,3; Foot-
ball 2,3,4; Track 4; Swimming 1,2,3;
Homecoming Court 4.




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LENORE JEAN SMITH
"Lonnie"
November 11, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
' In each cheek a dimple appears;
They are for laughter, not for tears."

Nurses' Aide; Caribe Club; Class As-
semblies 1,2. Intramurals: Basketball 1
2; Volleyball 1,2; Girls' State 3.



JUDITH ANNE STEPP
"Judy"
April 3, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Energetic, full of laughs,
a lovely blonde cyclone."

Nurses' Aide 1,2; Class Assemblies 3.
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball
2; Basketball 1.



DONALD EVERETT STOHRER
"Bullet"
October 24, 1944
Bayshore, New York
"Ouiet, but sincere;
A friend to keep near."

Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; West
High School, Korville, Tenn. 3.



DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS
"Demetrio"
February 8, 1945
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"The hand thot follows intellect
con achieve."

Torrid Zone Wizards; Coribo Club; Dra-
matics Club. Intramurals: Basketball.
Americon Academy, Athens, Greece.




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WENDELL F. TAYLOR

"Wendell"

October 24, 1942

Norfolk, Virginia

"Time is but a stream I go fishing in.'

Track 3.



CURTIS THOMPSON
"Curt"
February 28, 1945
Lawton, Oklahoma
"As nice as they come and
as grand as they go."

Science Club; Football 1; Track 1.



CLARA ELIZABETH TOBIN
"Princess"
November 1, 1944
Margarita. Canal Zone
"Little I ask; my wants are few."

Assemblies 3. Intramurals: Volleyball,
Softball, Basketball.



SUZANNE CATHERINE UREY
"Suzanne"
August 18, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Sweet and gay,
flashing her smile to all."

Intramurals: Volleyball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3.




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PATRICIA ANN VAN DYKE
"Pat"
Jonuory 21, 1945
Wilmington, Delaware
"Her talent and her brain
Will bring her great gain."

Dramatics Club 1,2,4; Caribe Club 4;
Student Council 1,2; Class Secretary 1;
Class Treasurer 2; Assemblies 1,2. Baker
High School, Columbus, Ga. 1,2.



CHARLES EDWARD VOWELL
"Charlie"
Chattanooga, Tennessee
"Whoever invented work
should have finished it."



LAURAY IRENE WILL
"Louray"
Moy 6, 1944
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Short and sweet, always neat."

Intramurals.



WILLIAM HOWARD WILL,
"Will"
April 10, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"The deed I intend is great,
but what, as yet, I know not."



JR.



Assemblies 3;
3,4.



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JOSEPH DAYRIES WYNNE
"Joubie"
Morch 24, 1945
Lake Charles, Louisiana
"Don't let study interfere
with education."

Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4.



ZANDRA LUZ ZIMMERMANN
"Zandi"
September 26, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Hard-working and diligent,
Zandi can always be counted upon."

Caribe Club 1,2,3,4, Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards 1,2,3,4, President 4; Dramatics Club
2,3,4; Thespians President 4, Secretory 3;
Assembly 3; Basketball.



LUCIA DEL VALLE OCHOA
"Yiyi"
May 19, 1946
Santiago del Estero, Argentina
"Of every noble work,
the silent part is best."

Volleyball, Softball, Basketball; Assem-
blies 1,2; Homeroom Representative 1,2.
Esclavas Del Sagrodo Corazon, Argentina.



Cheryl Jackson Phillips
"Cheryl"
May 6, 1946
Putnam, Connecticut

"Nothing bothers her; she walks along
with her head held high and a smile
on her foce."

Class Assembly 3; Nurses' Aide 2; Swim-
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We, the graduating class of 1963, being of stout heart and great hopes, and haying high expecta-
tions for our future and for the future of our country, hereby declare our class will and testament to
the beneficiaries named below.



PAT ERNEST leaves her place in Spanish class to her brother Eric.
STUART BERNSTEIN leaves his high speed ground radiator cap and

his Rolls Royce ash trays to Prince Hanyayakavitch.
NANCY DROHAN leaves her good times at CHS and driving skills

to Charlotte Bialkowski.
PAT KUNKEL leaves her locker to Carol La Croix.
LINETTE DUGAS leaves her Spanish class to Naomi Kuntz and her

gym shoes to Cathy Parker.
TINKER HOLLOWELL leaves Alberta Wilder the blue bomb.
SUZANNE UREY leaves her ability to do math (? ) to Leslie Dugas.
VIRGINIA KAM leaves her ability to make that 45-minute break-
wall walk to all the passengers of the Fort Sherman School bus.
MIKE KLASOVSKY leaves his place in the Roach car and his table

at the Ranch to his brother Ivan and Bill Smith.
ROBERT BOSEMAN leaves his place to all upcoming classmen who

are fit to take over.
DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS leaves his seat in Mr. Pfau's physics

class to Everordo Urriola, a Junior who cannot wait until he

takes Physics from Mr. Pfau next year.
BILL LIVINGSTON leoves his hitch-hiking ability to Eddie Pugh.
ALBERT PILKERTON leaves his pig-coll to Tad Campbell.
JAMES JACKSON leaves the problems of going steady to anybody

who wonts them.
CUCA CABANILLAS leaves her fun (?) in journolism class to

Karen Waszok.
BEV DOCKERY leaves her beautiful, red, low, interiorized car to

anyone who will take it.
BERNIE HILL leaves her writer's cramps from homework to Sandy

Weigle and her problems to Rosemary Reardon.
ZANDRA ZIMMERMAN leaves James Warren Jones to any girl

who has enough energy to tame him and her two sisters, Esther

and Alice, to anyone with a big enough sense of humor to take

them.
TERRY SLAUGHTER leaves his guard position to Dicky Dugon.
SANDRA PARKER leaves her place in Adv. Typing and Mrs. Folsom

to Lorraine Urey and Bonnie Word.
JOUBIE WYNNE leaves his "A" average and athletic ability to

onyone who con stond the strain and hide it as well as he did.
KATHLEEN DELAPP leaves her so-called "lead feet" to her sister

Nancy.
MIRIAM RAMIREZ leaves CHS to her brother Alex.
CHARLES VOWELL leaves all his old clutch plates to Tom Hickey.
LONNIE SMITH leaves her athletic obility (?) to Sandy Eckhoff.
RUSTY FIELD leoves his 5-year-old, just ripe, U.S. Keds to Nancy

DeLapp.
DOUGLAS ALBERGA leaves his '52 Chevy (named Betsy) to Estelle

Davison, who loves to ride in ultra-modern cors.
DIANE RAMSEY leaves Poncho the pleasure of walking alone

next year.
JEANETTE HANNBERG leaves her good times in CHS to her sister

Arlene.
JACK HOLCOMB leaves his Black Roach to Kenny Korpinski and

Don McCullough.
KATHLEEN CLANCY just leaves.
BUTCH PENNINGTON leaves his seat in the Roach to Robert

Volenfine.
ANDY NICOLAISEN leaves his tubo and string boss to anyone

big enough to ploy them.
YVONNE MORALES leaves her mechanical drawing to Ralph Jr. and

oil that goes with CHS to her up-coming sister, Luella.
LUCIA OCHOA leaves Mr. Pfau's physics problems to Arlene

Hannberg and Voudie Robinson, if thoy understand them.



GRACE CRAI& leaves what there is left to all the up and coming

seniors next year.
BONNIE CONKLIN leaves her countless problems to Janet

Hoverson.
LEWIS FRENCH leaves the Battalion Commander's box in the of-
ficers' office to anyone who can clean it out.
JOANNE JONES leaves her ability to persevere in Mr. Bock's class

to Sandy Weigle.
MAE JACQUES leaves her lovable gym suit, bouncing sneakers,
and outstanding athletic ability to any enthusiastic gym lover.
DON STOHRER leaves his nicknome of Bullet to Doug Billison
JOSEPHINE BORSELLINO leaves all her books to her brother Frank
and her place in Adv. Typing to Carol LoCroix and Jackie
Aldrich.
RAY MADISON leaves his two shot transmissions to Harry Murray.
RENE OWEN leaves the task of upholding the British CHS spirit

to her younger brother.
DIANE ROSCOE leoves it all to Alberta Wilder.
TED DAVIS leaves it all to George Kandrin and George Evans.
CARMEN FERNANDEZ leaves her cafeteria table to any student
who would enjoy it as much as she has during the past four years.
ROBERT HAMMOND takes everything with him.
RICHARD GONZALES wishes he had something to leave.
DIANA CLARKE leaves her fun, trouble, and homework to anyone

who wonts it and the Swinging Safari to her brother Cris.
HELEN GEORGE leaves loudly but surely.
ELAINE ASBURY leaves her last two years in high school to her

sister Diane.
DOREEN BAAS leaves her ability to get things undone to Barbara

Del Vecchio and Nancy Hopkins.
CAROLYN ROWLEY leaves first period gym class to anyone who
is brave, courageous, adventurous, and crazy enough to want it.
HARRIETT HEWITT leaves the Retrogressive Party to Tommy Hep-

penheimer.
SUE BARFIELD leaves her ability to throw an egg and hit the
target to anyone who thinks they can get away with it and her
name "Moose" to Gayle Pettier.
CLARA TOBIN leaves her gym shoes to Betty Jane Reif.
BOB HAUSER leaves his sunglasses to Judy Paulson and his foot-
ball obility to Don McCullough.
JOSE FUENTES leaves his track shoes to Ray Ramirez, baseball
glove to Doug Billison, and footboll shoes to anyone who wants
them.
JOHN LOWE leaves all his football shoes to Doug Billison and his

number to anyone who wants it.
CURTIS THOMPSON leaves his faithful gym shoes and chemistry

answer book to Victor Trevino.
ED GREEN leaves all his love to all his girl-friends.
HARRY BUTCHER leaves his charming ability to get along with

the faculty to onyone who wants it.
LAURAY WILL leaves willingly.
PAT SEAMAN leaves her ability to talk all day and not say a

thing to Jane Yocum.
TULA BROWN leaves her height to Orrin Clement, her school spirit

to Peggy MacConnell, and onything else to Sandy Weigle.
PATSY LEE leaves Mickey McElhone, regretfully.
PAT DALY leaves happy and anxiously with Robert Hammond and

leaves all the joke-telling to Sue Buss.
TERRY BRENNER leaves her ability to blush to anyone who doesn't

embarrass eosily.
KENNY SANDERS leaves nothing to nobody.
BILL REDMAN leaves everything to everybody.



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As we look ten years into the future, we see the members of
the Class of '63 scattered far and wide, and employed in many
varied occupations.

The world of music and entertainment has claimed many.
HELEN GEORGE, famous coloratura soprano, is currently appear-
ing in The Road to the Canal Zone, the acclaimed opera by
MIRIAM RAMIREZ and VIRGINIA KAM. Hillbilly singer KAREN
SANDERS retired recently to take up a closer study of dentistry.
Another noted performer is RICHARD CARPENTER, whose jazz
percussion interpretation of "Let's Have It Quiet Please" is
played daily on the Hit Parade by Disc Jockey CURTIS THOMP-
SON. At Jackson's Japanese Theater a resplendent edifice in
the heart of downtown Gatun, owned by Congressman JAMES
JACKSON ZANDI ZIMMERMAN is demonstrating her award-
winning talents in YVONNE LELAIDIER'S dazzling production of
As Lou Lack It. CARLA MEEHAN is her personal wordrobe mis-
tress. Attending the premier were such notobles as JIM HOV-
ERSON eccentric millionaire playboy, BUTCH PENNINGTON
Governor of the Canal Zone, JOANNE JONES Executive Secre-
tary of the Mickey Mouse Club, KATHLEEN DELAPP star of
her own daily TV show. Kids Klub, DOUG ALBERGA President
of Panama, and JOSE FUENTES famed talent scout.

VINCENT CANAMAS delivers the unsuccessful cases of
ulcer specialist ALBERT PILKERTON to ROBERT HAMMOND,
who has become a mortician in Chicago. His wife, the former
PAT DALY, is chief receptionist for the establishment. Slick
lawyer JOUBIE WYNNE is pleading the Fifth Amendment for
BILL HUFF, who made a wisecrack about Ohio.

Many are busy in the field of science. Deep in his mam-
moth research plant, MIKE BURZA is on the verge of the dis-
covery of a cure for the common cold. BOBBY COLLINS, inter-
national mummy specialist, is accompanying archeologists GER-
ALD GREEN, BILL REDMOND, and LEWIS FRENCH, who report
progress from Egypt in their search for Cleopatra's funeral barge.
Eminent skin diver EDDY GREEN had a narrow escape recently
while delivering a newspaper to underwater geologist ROBERT
BOSEMAN. He was mistaken for an enemy sub by Rear Admiral
BUZZ SHARICK. CUCA CABANILLAS, a civil engineer, heads
a large staff, including DOREEN BAAS, and KATHLEEN CLANCY,
aristocratic social butterfly. She is competing with TOM ROB-
ERTSON for the job of draining the old mill stream. Texan
Dentist KENNY COOPER is reported to have struck oil.

LANCE CHESHIRE, a prosperous businessmon, is making a
fortune manufacturing money, the latest status symbol. JAMES
HARRIS, is a salesman for Flubbergum Company, owned by PAT
KUNKEL. Flubbergum will not lose its flavor overnight, as
RICHARD GONZALES advertises on Channel HAHA, if stored
on bedposts especially manufactured by wealthy tycooness,
YVONNE MORALES.

In the private clinic owned by Doctor TERRY SLAUGHTER,
TINKER HOLLOWELL, famous drag racer, under the solicitous
care of nurses RITA GEYER and TULA BROWN is recuperating
from the effects of a race she lost to a Terminales Truck.

ELAINE ASBURY, with her immortal abstract "Secant Curve,"



and JOHN LOWE, popular author of The Quarterback Sneak
recently shared honors in on international culture contest. Judges
for the contest were DOMINIQUE DE REILHAC President of
the Seventeenth Republic of Fronce, DIANA CLARKE noted
psychologist, and RENE OWEN the first woman Prime Minister
of England. Claiming royolty is PRINCESS TOBIN, who rules
supreme over one square inch in Afghanistan.

ANDY NICOLAISEN, extemporaneous dissertation marathon
winner, and TED DAVIS, renowned lecturer on the psychologicol
effects of bridge playing, ore staying at the Miami Hillton, owned
by weolthy BERNICE HILL, where JACK BRAYTON and GEORGE
ANGLE are ace bellboys. BONNIE CONKLIN assists FRED NEW-
HARD, lord of the culinary dominion.

At the modern new race track, owned by JEANNETE HANN-
BERG, GEORGE PATTON, has recently won the Kentucky Derby.
His rider was GORDON SANDERS. Afterwards, they were feted
at a celebration by Hollywood hostesses LAURAY WILL, PAT
VAN DYKE, and DIANNE ROSCOE. Also attending were MAR-
GARET O'BRIAN and JUDY STEPP, who ore collaborating on
their high school memoirs.

The famous beachcombing trio, SANDY PARKER, SUZANNE
UREY ond LINNETTE DUGAS, occasionally write for ROY HALL,
Editor of Angry Magazine. MARCY WOOD, who leads a drum
and bugle corps in California and MAE JACQUES, Brownie
Leader, type copy part time.

PATSY LEE, who models for the Sears and Roebuck Spring
Catalog and CELIA CRONAN, notion-wide news commentator,
shore an apartment with SHEILA SANDER, Secretary to the
Spanish Consul, NANCY DROHAN, Private Eye, and TERRY
BRENNER, who narrates ladies exercise records.

JACK HOLCOMB is employed as ossistont manager in the
firm owned by RUSTY FIELD, which manufoctures canned laugh-
ter. BOBBY HAUSER supplies the laughter free, and business
keeps smiling secretaries JO BORSELLINO and CARMEN FER-
NANDEZ extremely busy.

LONNIE SMITH is currently writing campaign jingles for
DONALD STOHRER, who is running for Mayor of New York.
JOHN BURNS has been named his running mote. CAROLYN
ROWLEY has organized a filibusters union, rumored to merge
soon with the lobbyists union headed by PAT SEAMAN.

WILL WILL, cheerleader for the Green Bay Packers, baby-
sits part-time for housewives BETTY BERTONCINI and CHERYL
PHILLIPS. BILL LIVINGSTON is the senior Truant Officer in
the school which the ten children of SUE BARFIELD attend.
Living nearby ore PAT ERNEST, who grows roses for the Rose
Bowl Game and GRACE CRAIG who models Revlon Noil Polish
in the Tea Taster's Weekly, published by ping-pong champion
CHARLEY VOWELL. MIKE KLASOVSKY, bodyguard to ITO
MADISON, and his boss, who owns a chain of shoe shine stands,
vacation occosionolly at Pino Beach, where COLLIN CORRIGAN
ond KENNY SANDERS run a lush ice-cold soda stand.

HARRIETT HEWITT is looking tor a job ghost-writing doss
prophecies.



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Does everybody want hamburgers or
hot dogs?




Smiley





Why so glum, chum?



How sweet.



Page 64




Our group has 50% /ewer coy'ities.




That's enough, Mrs. Smith!




Jones' zoo.





I'd rather wear high heels.



Strong Celia.





Watch out, Kathleen!




What pretty legs!




Has Santa Claus come yet?



The gang's all here.



Our cruel teachers.



Page 65



''M.'."*




FRONT ROW: Richard Cooper, Catherine Parker, Neil Compton, Carol Weinstock, Cathy Fitzsimmons,
Diane Asbury, Bonnie Marquard, Warren Greggory, Nancy Largent, Robert Kapell. BACK ROW:
Arlene Hannberg, Donna Vache, Luigi Mantovani, Maureen Charron, Larry Christoph, Linda Benton,
Frank Vazquez, Nancy DeLapp, Ronald Riefkohl, Pam Robertson, Sue Petersen.



%^Vmimjs




Page 66



FRONT ROW: Gory Geddes, James Bedsworth, Connie Lotto, Bill Smith, Lita Tigert, Robert Sanders,
Romon Otero. CENTER ROW; Virginia Austin, Kothy Christionsen, Goyle Bruce, Michele Rainier,
Edna Forsythc, Virgcn Rodriguez. BACK ROW: Sharon Harvey, Carmen Valencio, Andrew Metzgor,
Beverly Drcyer, Ruth Mason, Susan Wilferd, Lettic Sparling, Judy Paulson, Alice Link, James Jenkins,
Gayle Pettier, Adele Burns.




FRONT ROW; Janet Clufe, Cathy Redman, Sue Roscoe, Henry Clancy, Leda Walbridge, Wolly Brians,
Lynn Egger, Sue Soyster, Robert Montesclaros. BACK ROW: Fred Linck, Ruth Limkemann, Louis
Austin, William Sullivan, Dan Jones, Robert Zack, Lynn Willhite, Ed Pugh, Marilyn Roth, Alex Gomez.



Ceodft ot 1965




FRONT ROW: Ricky Fong, Amy Garcia, Betty Gattis, JoAnne Walker, James Cook, Linda Trevino,
Mary O'Donnell, Diane Arrington, Jane Faris, Mike Herrington. BACK ROW: Ricky Livingston, Carlo
Chomberr, Pancho Motto, Elizabeth Sanchez, Libbie Gomboa, Yvonne Colon, Linda Stohrer, Miguel
Cabezas, Hilda Hotsko, Robert Valentine.



Page 67




FRONT ROW: Beverly Schleiffer, Shirley Davis, Sandra Edmonson, Lynn Perry, Linda Hellmund, Candy
Husband, Louise Rodriguez, BACK ROW: Richard Hull, Cindy Terwilliger, Elmer Hamor, Wayne
Brassey, Robert Dohle, Leslie Van Dyke, Marc Page, Woyne Smith, Louise Russon, George Kredell.



Ficdbuut




FRONT ROW; Iris Gonzalez, Annabello Parsons, John Sullivan, Barbara Wogner, John Anderson,
Leslie Dugas, Mario Maffei, Rosalie Hewitt. BACK ROW: Teri Hond, John Cintron, Luis Jimenez,
Lou Hilzinger, James Cronon, Robert Will, Reinaldo Ng, Cris Clorke, Skipper Berger, Laurie Will.



Page 68




FRONT ROW: Fred Nicolaisen, Sherian Meeker, Audrey Duncon, Elizabeth De Salvo, Pat Sims, Kenny
Del Vecchio. BACK ROW: Bernard Mans, Chris Christiansen, Doug Billison, Roman Salgodo, Danny
Holcomb, Norman Currier, John Goldoni, Paul Williams, Ruth Howard, David Coffey.



CCodft 4 1966




FRONT ROW: Marie Geer, Margaret Martin, Linda Burza, Mary Torstenson, Diana DeFrees, Lani
Duarte, Marsha Hellmund, Mory Pope, Kristine Sanford, Kathleen O'Donnell. BACK ROW: Leslie
Highley, Kevan Schroeder, Peter Butz, David Hutchinson, David Thompkins, Alfredo Lee, John Morin,
Joe Stephenson, Margaret Irwin, Alfredo Velez.



Page 69





Underworked!




No secrets, now.



Help! Let me out!




Blockin' traffic!




Detention fiall.



Sometliing is missing.






Astronaut Lauray!



lin't that cute?



Nature Lovers.



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Mimi Goguen




Nancy Huldquisl-



Donna Vache





Michelle Rainier



Page 77




Page 72



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Queen Karen I, escorted by Terry Slaughter and John Lowe.



Page 73





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Homcmm^




LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenny Cooper, Diane Ramsey, Terry Slaughter, Rita Geyer, John Lowe, Morjorle
Blair, Patsy Lee, Freddie Frost, Marcy Wood, Bobby Hauser, Elaine Asbury, Will Will.



Princess Rita Geyer Princess of the Roses, Keeper of the
Emeralds, Daughter of thf Sunrise, wearing an azure blue
gown; escorted by Terry Slaughter Lord of the Red and White
Serfs, Chief Cleaner of the Uniforms, Head Runner of the
Pitchout.

Princess Marcy Wood Princess of the Orchid, Daughter of the
Evening, and Keeper of the Aquamarine, wearing a sea-blue
gown; escorted by Robert Hauser Duke of the Blue Armor,
Chief of the Leftouts and Master of the Runback.



Princess Elaine Asbury Princess of the Lilies, Keeper of the
Topaz, and Daughter of the Moon, wearing a galaxy gold
gown; escorted by Will Will Knight of the Golden Armoi
Master of the Ends, Lord of the Forward Pass.

Princess Diane Ramsey Princess of the Daisies, Daughter of
the Noonday Sun, Keeper of the Amber Amethyst, wearing a
gentian gold gown; escorted by Kenny Cooper King of the
Guards, Master of the Bucketheads, and Defender of the Line.




Lady Marjorie Blair Keeper of the Dewdrops,
Daughter of the Sun; escorted by Squire
Freddy Frost Prince of the Football Team,
Keeper of the Queen's Crown.



Page 76





Rita Gcyer, escorted by Terry Slaughter



Marcy Wood, escorted by Robert Houser





Elaine Asbury, escorted by Will Will



Diane Ramsey, escorted by Kenny Cooper



Page 77




Ray Ramirez and Jose' Fuenfes




football



Woody Smith ond Dicky Roscoe



Jack Blair and Bob Hauser



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Chris Wrenn and Jon Jorstad



Poge 78





Kenny Korpinski and Doug Billison



John Sanders and John Lowe



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Vohabk



John Lowe



Because he lived up to the duties and responsibilities of his
halfback position on the football squad, John Lowe was chosen for
the honor of most valuable player.

His strong forward drive and excellent passing was witnessed
by many a football fan during the 1962-1963 season. His individual
performance complemented the untiring endeavors of the rest of
the team. He has lettered in football for the past three years.

John was chosen for the Canal Zone All-Stors in the 1962-1963
seoson, one of only four from Cristobal High. We lost this game,
but John won praise and increased his already outstanding ability
on the gridiron.



Page 80




FRONT ROW: Chris Wrenn, George Kandrin, Orrin Clement, Ray Ramirez, Henry Clancy, John Sanders.
CENTER ROW: George Bedsworth, Richard Hull, Fred Ryan, Kenny Cooper, Curtis Thompson, Bill
Dockery, Jose Fuentes, Wally Brians, Ralph Bender. BACK ROW: Jimmy Jones, Doug Billison, Robby
Davis, Randy Schroeder, Don Stohrer, Mike Baranick, Woody Smith George Fatten, Matthew Baas,
George Angle.



Tiocfe Team




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FRONT ROW: Stuart Bernstein, Mickey McElhone, David Wilder, Orrin Clement, Ray Ramirez, Don
McCullough, Jose Fuentes, Kenny Karpinski, Rusty Field. BACK ROW: Pancho Motto, Jack Brayton,
Kenny Cooper, Gregg Hakanson, Doug Billison, Randy Schroeder, Will Will, Jock Blair, Woody Smith,
Mike Burzo, John Sanders, Coach Litton.



BodeM Temn






Page 82




'-mm-jmrnmi.



FRONT ROW: Mike Stout, Toni Baranick, Jack Holcomb, Robert Will, Bill Hopkins, Richard Wallach,
Ricky Livingston. CENTER ROW: Skipper Berger, Danny Austin, Josephine Borsellino, Virginia Austin,
Lindo Benton, Tita Fuentes, Nancy Hopkins, Doreen Boas, Marylin Roth, Donna Williams, Judy Redmond.
BACK ROW: Kenny Cooper, Bill Shotwell, Jack Blair, Jomes Jackson, Mike Jones, Louis Austin,
Helen George.



Suummmg Team



1mm Team



FRONT ROW: Jill Beech, Nina Chappell, Lani Duarte, Sandy Eckhoff, Bernie Hill. BACK ROW:
Jimmy Jones, Vincent Canamas, Fred Linck, Robert Burgener, Richord Wallach, Randy Schroeder.




..:.,.7r'ft-ji*.'t-.*



Page 83




Varsity



FRONT ROW. Mike Ryan, Robert Ryan, Robert Hauser, Ray Ramirez, David Wilder,
Alex Ramirez, John Lowe. BACK ROW: Coach Moser, Vincent Canamas, Dan
Jones, Mike Baranick, Robert Bergener, Robert Martin, Ricky Feng.



'BaMM



Junior Varsity



FRONT ROW: Woody Gregory, Tom Coffin, Orrin Clement, Fred Linck.
ROW: Leslie Highly, John Hotsko, Jack Blair, Jimmy Jones, Chris Wrenn.



BACK




Page 84



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KNEELING: Elaine Asbury. STANDING: Celia Cronon, Sondy Weigle, Pat Ernest, Harriett Hewitt,
Sandy EckSoff, Tula Brown, Sue Borfield, Marcy Wood.



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KNEELING: Judy Palumbo. STANDING: Diane Asbury, Betty Lewis, Noncy DeLapp, Janine Bedsworth,
Lavino Messer, Nina Chappell, Bernie Bobinecz.



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Page 85




KNEELING: Bernice Hill. STANDING: Diane Ramsey, Cello Cronon, Carlo Meehon, Goyle Pettier.
Sandy Weigle, Elaine Asbury, Sandy Eckhoff, Amy Garcia.



GW "BaMM



"A"
League



KNEELING: Lovino Messer. STANDING: Carol LoCroix, Margaret O'Brien, Diane Asbury, Margaret
Martin, Nancy DeLapp, Jonine Bedsworth, Judy Polumbo, Bernie Bobinecz, Loni Duorte.



''/'



League




Poge 86




LEFT TO RIGHT: Alex Heppenheimer, Doug Albergo, Gene French, Patsy Lee, George Angle,
Stuart Bernstein.



Battalion Staff




LEFT TO RIGHT: Elaine Asbury, Patsy Lee, Sandy Weigle, Koren Sariders.



ROTC Sponsors



Page 87




Color Guard



LEFT TO RIGHT; Robert Valentine, Albert Pllkerton, Harry Butcher, BUI Shotwell.



Drill Team



Page S8




Sandy Wcigle and Robert Martin in foreground.




Capt. Karen Sanders, Capt. William Huff, Cadet Cpl. Richard Livingston.



Company E



Company F

Capt. Elaine Asbury, Capt. Jack Holcomb, Cadet Cpl. Bill Brandt.







Page 89




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Page 93







FRONT ROW: Nina Chappel, Donna Wong, Karen Sanders, Kenny Bernstein, Diane Asbury, Joanne
Jones, Janet Hoverson. BACK ROW: Jack Blair, Ricordo Fong, Patsy Lee, Margaret Martin, Judy
Paulsen, Sandy Weigle, Nancy Hopkins, Mr, Pfou, Harriett Hewitt, Rita Geyer, Candy Husband, Karen
Waszak, Elaine Asbury, Robert Zack, Doug Billison.



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AHMcCeuM



LEFT TO RIGHT: Andy Nicolaisen, Leslie Highly, Ruth Limkemann, Jimmy Jones, Mr. Gregg, Donna
Wong, Doug Alberga, Gene French, Libby Gamboa, Alex Heppenheimer.



Page 94





FRONT ROW: John Goldoni, Peter McBride, Bobby Hauser, Ted Davis, Don McCullough, David Wilder,
Wardie Redman, Mario Maffei, Roymond Brassey. BACK ROW: Gene French, Richard Carpenter,
Randy Schroeder, Michel Belanger, Mike Burza, Jimmy Jones, Bill Huff, Doug Alberga, Charles Bial-
kowski, Kenny Karpinski, Ronald Riefkohl.



'2r ccttt



Amalia Cabanillas, Pat Von Dyke, Rene Owen, Harriett Hewitt, Michael Burzo, Yvonne Leiaider, Joanne
Jones, Elaine Asbury. Not Pictured: Zondi Zimmerman, Demetrio Tagaropulos, Gerald Green, Peggy
McConnell, Lorraine Chan, Donna Wong, Judy Palumbo, Alex Heppenheimer.





*^^*i;,.;?



FRONT ROW: Lorraine Chan, Nellie Potton, Nancy Largent, Jill Beech, Joanne Jones, Pat Van Dyke,
Alex Heppenheimer, Stella Kucikos, Leda Walbridge, Adele Burns, Larry Christoph, Frank Borsellino,
Virginia Paris, Zandi Zimmerman, Wolly Brians, Valerie Means, Lavina Messer, Bonnie Marquard.
BACK ROW: Ewold Wiberg, Marilyn Roth, Tom Heppenheimer, Ginger Thomas, Bernie Hill, Ruth
Mason, Jane Paris, Andy Nicolaisen, Carlo Chambers, Luigi, Montovani, Mrs. Gregg, Demetrio Taga-
ropulos, Pam Robertson, Jimmy Jones, Nancy Mitchell, Ruth Limkemann, Sandy Eckhoff, Judy Palumbo,
Yvonne Leiaidier, Chris Wrenn, Alice Lay, Ricardo Pong.



CofuhCU.



QMaaAScfuM



Nancy Drohon, Harriett Hewitt, Patsy Lee, Doreen Baas, Andy Nicolaisen, Tula Brown, Margaret
O'Brien, Helen George, Amalic Cabanillas.



Page 96





Janet Hoverson, Judy Palumbo, Nancy Mitchell, Andy NIcolaisen, Bonnie Conklin, Zondi Zimmerman,
Connie Lasher.



llmp'um



V%(maim Cbb.



FRONT ROW: Blanco DeJesus, Janet Hoverson, Estelle Davison, Nellie Potton, Connie Lasher, Pat
Von Dyke, Judy Polumbo, Carl Ender, Alex Heppenheimer, Joanne Jones, Zondi Zimmerman, Barbara
Del Vecchio, Stella Kucikas, Lavina Messer, Judy Patient. BACK ROW: Tommy Griffin, Jane Paris,
Reinaldo Barreros, Andy Nicolaisen, Bonnie Conklin, Gary Geddes, Doreen Boas, Barbara O'Neil, Ruth
Limkemann, Nancy Mitchell, Voudie Robinson, Tom Heppenheimer, Shirley Shipman, Demetrio Taga-
ropulos, Ricardo Pong, Esther Zimmerman.




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George Kandrin, Poncho Motto, Rusty Field, Mickey McElhone, Jock Brayton, David Wilder, Mike
Boronick, Orrin Clement, Woody Smith, Roy Romirez, Bill Dockery, George Evans, John Lowe.



C.T.S.



G.A.A,



FRONT ROW: Bernie Bobinecz, Eloine Asbury, Bernie Hill, Corlo Meehon, Morcy Wood, Corol LaCroix.
BACK ROW: Judy Willioms, Judy Polumbo, Sandy Eckhoff, Horrietf Hewitt, Sandy Weigle, Nancy
DeLopp, Rosemary Reardon, Nino Chappell.



Page 98





SITTING: Nellie Patton, Estelle Davison, Zandi Zimmermon, Pat Feu. STANDING: Ronald Reifkohl,
Andy Nicolaisen, Yvonne Leloidier, Carmen Fernandez, Demetrio Tagaropulos, Mrs. Gegg, Michel
Belanger, Adele Burns, Sue Mathieson, Luigi Mantovani.



jCe CctcJe Fiomjow



ImiA ^cm Wlpfuk

SITTING: Elizabeth DeSalvo, Lorraine Chan, Bonnie Marquard, Nina Chappell, Joanne Jones, Alex
Heppenheimer, Tom Heppenheimer, Zandi Zimmerman, Alice Lay, Jill Beech, Kathy Fitzsimmons,
Connie Lasher. STANDING: Ivan Klasovsky, Bernie Hill, Ricardo Fong, Christine Christiansen, Tom
Coffin, Nancy Mitchell, Demetrio Togoropulos, Barbara O'Neil, Ewald Wiberg, Mr. Norman, Jimmy
Jones, Carlo Chambers, Luigi Mantovani, Pom Robertson, Reinaldo Barreras, Ruth Mason, Andy Nico-
laisen, Sandy Eckhoff, Bobby Collins.




^"^i^^Si^iS^iii^i^^jBm




Vwk




FRONT ROW: Margo Stanley, Elizobeth Sanchez, Virgin Rodriguez, Bev Schleiffer, Marie Geer, Anna-
bella Parsons, Virginia Kam, Pat Fue, Jean Hardwick, Libby Gamboo, Lita Tigert, Lorraine Chan, Edith
Steibritz, Juanito Mason, Elizabeth DeSalvo, Cleo Gomez, Vickie Clark, Lynn Perry, Lani Duarte, Rosalie
Hewitt. CENTER ROW: Linda Stohrer, Keren Hammond, Judy Patient, Gloria Kam, Estelle Davison,
Rosemary Reardon, Leda Walbridge, Rosio Cabezas, Ginger Thomas, Margaret Martin, Lettie Sparling,
Valerie Means, Alice Link, Rene Owen, Nancy Largent, Ruth Mason, Esther Zimmerman, Barbara Del
Vecchio, Mary Clement, Virginia Paris, Sharon Strecker, Sandy Edmunson, Donna Wong, Jeanette
Hannberg, Mary Pope, Janet Hoverson, Diana Defreeze, Yvonne Colon. BACK ROW: Nancy DeLapp,
Inez Price, Alice Lay, Kathy O'Donnell, Pat Simms, Kathy Christiansen, Gayle Pettier, Sharon Harvey,
Kay Geddes, Carmen Valencia, Mary O'Donnell, Doreen Baas, Bev Dreyer, Nancy Mitchell, Nancy
Hopkins, Macel Washabaugh, Sandy Shore, Mrs. Young, Miss McLimons, Joan McGloin, Ruth Limke-
monn, Leslie Richmond, Jane Paris, Rosie Donahue, Linda Burza, Yvonne Leiaidier, Arlene Hannberg,
Tito Fuentes, Joanne Jones, Carmen Fernandez, Faith Kopell, Shirley Shipman, Candy Husband, Pris-
cilla Morgan, Grace Craig.

FRONT ROW: Libby Gomboa, Lorraine Chan, Elizabeth Sanchez, Yvonne Colon, Alice Lay, Leda Wal-
bridge, Lita Tigert, Barbara Del Vecchio, Donna Wong, Jeanette Hannberg, Bonnie Marquard, Virginio
Kam, Janet Hoverson. BACK ROW: Nancy DeLapp, Valerie Means, Arlene Hannberg, Jane Paris,
Nancy Mitchell, Macel Washabaugh, Ruth Limkemann, Gayle Fettler, Mrs. Young, Miss McLimans,
Ruth Mason, Nancy Hopkins, Carmen Valencia, Doreen Baas, Yvonne Leiaider, Joanne Jones, Virginia
Paris, Alice Link.



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Page 100



Tiq&i 'Beuim



A. M. Akers

C. E. Alberga

Ouraldo Alcaraz

C. R. Aldridge

Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson

George M. Angle

Mr. and Mrs. E. Argo

Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Armlstead

G. L. Armstrong

Mr. Robert Arnold

Mrs. Cheni Arosemena

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford S. Asbury

Mr. and Mrs. George Babinecz

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Barfield

Diane M. Barnes

Mrs. Robert H. Bartram

Sgt. and Mrs. Barron

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bath, Jr.

Major and Mrs. Charles J. Bauer

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Beall

Sgt. and Mrs. Beardsley

Mr. and Mrs. Beech

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bedsvvorth

Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Belland

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belzer

Mr. and Mrs. Dixie P. Bender

Mrs. Bhensy

Mr. W. G. Bingham

R. J. Bjorneby

Mr. Douglas Black

Melvin Blackburn

Virginia Willet Blount

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Bock

Capt. J. J. Bonanno

Mr. and Mrs. D. Braun

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Brayton

H. S. Brenner Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn C. Brians

Fay M. Brown

Capt. and Mrs. Theodore E. Brown



Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burbine

Robert Burgener

Annie Burns

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Burns

Major Cabezas

Capt. and Mrs. Donald A. Cain

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert A. Campbell

John A. Campbell

Mrs. John F. Campbell

Pedro A. Canabal

Capt. Canada

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cardon

Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Carpenter

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Chambers

Jeannette and Arthur Chassaignac

Jill M. Christie

Mrs. F. A. Chollar

S. Cimino

H. Clancy

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clarke Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Clement

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. demons

Mr and Mrs. C. L. Coate

Mr. and Mrs. Davis E. Coffey

Barbara Lisa Coffey

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coffin

Mr. and Mrs. Byron R. Coleman

Ney J. Collazos

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Collins

Joyce Collins

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Compton

Mr. and Mrs. Compton

Joe Conklin Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cooper

Lorring C. Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Corrigan

Bernard J. Craig, Jr.

R. L. Crixon

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cronan

Mr. and Mrs. Porter Crawford



Page 101



Tiq&i BoAdtetd



Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cunningham

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Danielson

Burton E. Davis

M/Sgt. and Mrs. N. R. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Davison

Mr. Deaton

Mr. and Mrs. E. DeLapp

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. DeRaps

H. C. DeRaps

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. DeVoU

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Dietz

R. Dinkgrove
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dockery
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dockery
F. E. Dougherty
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Douglas
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. EckhoFf
Mr. and Mrs. T. J Egger
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Egger
Mr. and Mrs. Joe EUiott
H. D. Roberto Endara
Ernest E. Fairs
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Favorite
Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Fearn
George Fedoria
Fehx Figueroa
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fender
Major and Mrs. Joseph Fernandez
Mr. and Mrs. John Fettler
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Field
Mr. and Mrs. George Flores
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Fogle
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forsythe
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Foster
E. Frances

Dr. and Mrs. Roger A. Franz
R. G. Franz
French



Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
A. French
Dr. and Mrs.



Willard F. French



Edwin J. Friedrich

Mr. and Mrs. Frost

Friend

Friend

Friend

Friend

Friend

SEC Russ W. Fue

Mr. and Mrs. Jose M. Fuentes

Mr. and Mrs. William Fusselman

W. J. G.

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gallagher

Mrs. L. Geddes

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis George

Mr. and Mrs. George Gercich

J. H. Gesink

Mr. and Mrs. Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Gibson

Capt. and Mrs. F. J. Gonzalez

Mr. and Mrs. William R Graham

Mrs. Gray

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green

Marion Neely Green

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Greene

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Green & Patsy Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Allen V. Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Hoiis Griffon

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Guliickson

Georgia J. Gwinn

H. I. Gwinn

Mr. and Mrs. Hagan

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall

Mrs. and Mrs. J. D. Hall

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

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hammetter

Elmer Hamor

Mr. Arnold A. Hannberg

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Hanners

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hansen

Mr. and Mrs. Hanson

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Harper

Mr. and Mrs. H. Hart



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Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Hartwell

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hauser

Mr, and Mrs. Gardner Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hearns

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hellmund

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Helmerichs

Mr .and Mrs. Henry Heppenheimer

Sue C. Hernenegildo

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. Don Hicks

Mr. John Hicks

Mr. and Mrs. James V. Higgin

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Highley

Mr. and Mrs. D. David Hinds

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan E. Holcomb

The Bill Hollowell's

Olav. G. H. Nohe Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Holtzclaw

Mr. and Mrs. Luis Hooper

Mr. and Mrs. James Hoverson

Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Howerth

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Hudson Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W Huffman

Mr. and Mrs. E. Guy Huldquist

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Huldquist, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hull

Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hutchings

Mr. and Nhs. J. E. Irving

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Jones

Bob Jones

Harry Jones

J. A. Jones

Sandra Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnson

Marylin Johnson

Mrs. E. J. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. Kandrin

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaplan



Mr. and Mrs. Felix Karpinski

S/Sgt. and Mrs. John W. Kelley

Capt. and Mrs. Frank Kerley

Mrs. S. A. Kidd

Mr. and Mrs. George V. Kirkland

W. H. Klefkins

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kresge

Mr. and Mrs. Kucikas

Patty and Jimmy Kunkel

Mr. and Mrs. M. LaCroix

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. LaPorta

L. L. Largent

G. A. Lasher

Mr. and Mrs. John Lasher

Sgt. Gayl Latto

Mrs. W. G. Laurie

D. A. Lawson

Margaret and Colin Lawson

Lt. and Mrs. William O. Leach

Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Lee Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Leiaidier

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil M. Leonard Jr.

Eleanor Lewis

Mr. Lewis

Ruth Lewison

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Link

Mrs. Inocencia E. Linn

Jack B. Lore

Miss Avinall LoScantlebury

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Madison

Mr. and Mrs. R. Mans

Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Marek

F. R. Mares

Mr. Marrero

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Martin

Kathy Martinez

Capt. and Mrs. S. F. Mason HI

Mr. and Mrs. Vic May, Jr.

Bernard R. Mazzoni

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McDade

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. McDonald

R. McFarna



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Tiq&i 'Bemim



Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McGloin

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Mclntyre

Sophie McLimans

Lt. Col. and Mrs. John N. McNulty

Capt. and Mrs. J. Finley Meehan

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Meisinger

Mr. and Mrs. Melbourg

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold V. Messer

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Metzgar

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Middlemas

Joe Mills

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mitchell

Gladys Morales

R. A. Morales

Capt. Morin

Mr. and Mrs. Gil Morland

Major and Mrs. R. Morley

Dr. and Mrs. V. L. Morris

Mrs. Paul Moser

B. Myers

Mildred M. Neely

M/Sgt. and Mrs. N. Negron

Chap, and Mrs. Nelson

Raymond A. Nesbitt

Mr. and Mrs. W. Nieves

S. L. Niles

Carl N. Ni.x

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Oberholtzer

Mr. and Mrs. E. B. O'Brien

Mr. and Mrs. John T. ODonnell Jr.

S.F.C. and Mrs. D. M. Olson

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. O'Neal

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Owen

Mrs. L. P. Owens

Mrs. Ozles Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Pages

L. E. Palmer

Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palumbo

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Parker

Captain and Mrs. Warren A. Parker

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Parrish

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pats



Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Paulson

Rev. Clarence Payne

T. V. Peek

C. H. Pickenpaugh

Ted Prewill

Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Puller

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Radel

Mr. and Mrs. S. Ramirez

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ramsey

Mr. and Mrs. Randall Redman

Mr. and Mrs. William Redmond

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Reif Sr.

Adella Richards

John D. Richter

Johnny. Lori, and Alan Ridge

James Roddy

Hermelinda Rodriquez

Yolanda Rodriquez

Capt. and Mrs. K. S. Roscoe

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Roth

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rowley

Mrs. Helen L. Rushing

Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ryan

Elizabeth W. Rysler

Mr. Alberto Saenz

Mr. and Mrs. Saenz

Mr. and Mrs. Sakas

S.F.C. Marino Sanchez

Mr. and Mrs. Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sauter

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Sawyer

Mr. and Mrs. George C. Scheibe

C. V. Scheidegg

Miss Diane Schiedegg

Captain and Mrs. T. L. Schliefer

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Seaman

Mr. and Mrs. Seeley



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Tt^et 'Bm^im



Mr. Self

Mietlia Sheppard
Mr. and Mrs. Shobe
Trevor Simons
Mr. and Mrs. Sims
Jeff Slaughter

B. C. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith
Mrs. Susan S. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Smitty

Mrs. Angela Spector

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Spilling

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Spivey

Mr. and Mrs. R. Spurlock

C. Stanley

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Starke

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stiebritz

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stoll

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stone

Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. H. Strecker

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Styles

C. T. Swearingen

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taber

Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. Tapie

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Thomas Jr.

Robert T. Thomas

O. W. O. Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Tobin

T. A. Tompkins

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Tortorici

Mr. and Mrs. F. Trout

Mrs. Turner

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Vache

Mr. and Mrs. Valentine

Mr. J. M. Vandergrift

Major and Mrs. Van Dyke



Mr. and Mrs. Vasquez

Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Hoose

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vowell

V. J. Wainio

Col. and Mrs. Marshall Wallach

Mr. and Mrs. Walker

Lt. Col. and Mrs. E. J. Vs/aszak

Mr. and Mrs. Tex Watson

Chaplain and Mrs. R. B. Webb

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Webster

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weigle

Weinstock Family

Mr. and Mrs. James Weiselogel

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wendt

Mr. and Mrs. Wertz

R. Wertz

M/Sgt. and Mrs. J. West

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wetan

Mr. and Mrs. Tracy P. White

Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Wiberg

Capt. and Mrs. A. L. Wilder

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Wilder

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Will

Mr. and Mrs. Wood

E. D. Wood

Captain and Mrs. R. J. Wright

Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. Zack

Mr. and Mrs. Zldivar

Evelyn de Zanazo

Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Zimmermann

Deborah Garner

Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Keller

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kuntz

Mrs. George J. Kredell

Capt. and Mrs. N. R. Hutchinson

Dr. and Mrs. B, K. Levin



Page 105



THE FRENCH BAZAAR

J. J. Palomeras, S.A.
Colon
"The most tolked-obout gift store
on the Isthmus."



Compliments of

THE ITALIAN LINE



Compliments of

MUEBLERIA LA UNICA



Compliments of

ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.

Cristobal, Canal Zone



COMPLIMENTS OF



WILFORD & MCKAY, INC.

Steamship Agents and .Brokers

Masonic Temple
Cristobal, Canal Zone



Page 106



Compliments of

MOTTA'S



Courtesy of the




MARACAIBO




1 Oth and Bolivar




MUEBLERIA COLON,


S.A.


DISTRIBUIDORES




Lo Mejor En Artefactos Electricos


Tel. 7-3131 Apt


18F



COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '%r

CAIN BROTHERS, INC.

WORLD WIDE MOVING SERVICE

Tel. 2-2973

P. O. Box 2017

Balboa Heights, Canal Zone



Page 107



COMPLIMENTS OF

GIL MORLAND



Compliments of

MARGARITA
FLORIST



Camplhnents of

PEIKARD



Page 108



Compliments of

ALMACEN FONG

With a 5c and 10c Department

9th and Bolivar Avenue

Colon, Republic of Panama



Compliments of

JOHN SURANY, S.A.



Compliments of

MADURITOS

Complete wardrobe for children, ladies

and misses. Gifts of all kinds.

"The Friendliest Store In Town"



Compliments of

COLON IMPORT &
EXPORT CO., LTD.



CONGRATULATIONS

C. FERNIE 6c CO.

Cristobal, C.Z. Bcdboa, C.Z.



Page 109



1963 CaMim Sta((



Editor Amalia Cabanillas

Assistant Editor Diana Clarke

Senior Editor Pat Daly

Assistant Senior Editor Sue Barfield

Junior Editor Doreen Baas

Underclassmen Editor Helen George

Sports Editor Patsy Lee

Business Manager Margaret O'Brien

Assistant Business Manager Nancy Drohan

Photographer Kenneth Cooper

Literary Editor Harriett Hewitt

Student Advisor Louis J. Fattorosi

Terry Brenner Tula Brown

Pat Seaman Andy Nicolaisen

Carolyn Rowley Karen Waszak

Junior-Senior Pictures by Finlayson Studio

Other Photographs by Sgt. M. C. Van Der Hoeven



The Caribbean Staff wishes to extend its sincere
thanks to all those people who have made the 1963
Caribbean possible.

We hope that you eny'oy if.



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Do I look all right?




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Lost: 2 motorcycles.




Come on Bernie, put it in there!




Whatcha got there, Mike?



Page 112




Going somewhere?



I'll bet it's Wednesday-




I don't know what it is either.



This is a palm tree trunk.





This is a plot of grass.



I say o/e chap!






Don't you have the wrong Asbury?



Are you ready?



Looking for someone?



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KANSAS CITY 6. MISSOURI
TORDNTD 1, DNTARIQ

LITHO. IN U.S.A. 3Y YEARBOOK HOUSE





STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00046
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1963
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00093680:00046

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Dedication
        Page 4
        Page 5
    In memoriam
        Page 6
    Administration
        Page 7
    Faculty
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Seniors
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
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    Juniors
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
    Sophomores
        Page 66
        Page 67
    Freshmen
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
    Sports
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
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        Page 77
        Page 78
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        Page 87
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        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
    Clubs
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
    Advertising
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
    Staff
        Page 110
    Closing
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
    Back Matter
        Page 117
        Page 118
    Back Cover
        Page 119
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Junior Editor ...----. --
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Sports Editor .. --
Literary Editor
Photographer -- --
Business Manager
Assistant Business Manager
Advisor -- ... -


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Sue Barfield
. Doreen Baas
Helen George
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SHarriett Hewitt
SKenny Cooper
Margaret O'Brien
Nancy Drohan
Louis J. Fattorosi


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Hall of Fame ..........

In Memoriam ..........

Juniors . . ............

Last Will & Testament ..

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Prophecy .. . .....

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-For friendly guidance and loyalty,
-For constant support and encouragement,
-For going along with impractical schemes,
-For helping to make our class projects fun,
-For understanding,
-For all these, and more,


We, the class of 1963, with sincere gratitude,
dedicate our Caribbean to


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His name was Ricky. He was our classmate
and our friend. Always he was a credit to Cristobal
High School. He was a quiet boy to all appear-
ances, but underneath ran a rich vein of person-
ality and laughter. He held our love and respect,
and we are better for having known him.


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Guidance
Boys' Counselor


Miss Adamary Anderson, B.A., M.A.
American Institutions
Guidance
Girls' Counselor


Mrs. Marion Taylor, B.S.
Secretary


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Librarian


Mr. G. Lee Armstrong, B.A., M.A.
English 8
Geography


Sgt. Melvin Blackburn
ROTC II
Drill Team Advisor
"E" Company Commander


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Mr. Richard W. Bock, B A., M.Ed. Mr. Louis J. Fattorosi, B.A., M.Ed.
Algebra I and I! English
Trigonometry Journalism
Plane and Solid Geometry


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


Mrs. Veva Folsom, B.A., M.A.
Typing
Shorthand
Modern Business


Mr. W. J. Gansen, B A., M.A.
Social Studies
Modern World History


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


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Mr. Eugene Gregg, A.A,
U. S. History
Social Studies


B.A., M.A. Mr. Oswald


Mrs. Alfhild Maedl, B.A.
English


Sgt. Thomas Metcalf
ROTC I


Jorstad, B.A.,
Chorus
Orchestra
Band


Mr. Bernard Mazzoni, M.Ed.
Algebra
Mathematics


Mr. Paul Moser, B.S.
Gym
Health


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Ethel M. Laurie, B.A.,
Plane Geometry
Mathematics
General Mathematics






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Mr. Robert McCullough, B.S., M.A.
Elementary Mechanical Drawing
Advanced Mechanical Drawing
Social Studies


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


M.A. Mr. Douglas Litton, M.A.
Gym
Health


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Miss Sandra Matta, B.S.
Mathematics
Spanish


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Science


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


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


Charles T. Reeves, B.A., B.S., M.A.
Mathematics
Advanced Woodwork
Physics
Drivers' Training
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Spanish


Mrs. Yolanda Rodriguez, B.A.
Spanish
English


Capt. Samuel Sanford
ROTC III and IV
Assistant PMS


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


Mr. Robert Shipman, B.S., M.S. Mrs. Dorothy Smith, B.S., M.A.
Shop English
Woodwork Speech
Metal Shop


Mr. Frank Spitzer, B.S.
Mathematics
General Science


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


Mrs. Jane Strickland, B.S.
Gym


Mrs. Patricia Vinton, B.S., M.A. Mrs. Harriet Young, B.S., M.A., Ph.D
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PRESIDENT
'Kenneth Wayne Cooper
"Kenny"
November 11, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A happy heart makes a happy guy."
Class President 4; Homeroom Representa-
tive 1; Campaign Assembly 3; Class As-
semblies 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball
1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Swimming 2,4; "C"
Club 4; Homecoming Court 4.



SVICE-PRESIDENT
Helen Marie George
"George"

Margarita, Canal Zone
"Full of chatter, always gay,
NEVER QUIET-that's her way."
Class Vice-President 4; Dramatics Club 1;
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3; Caribe Club 1; Glee
Club 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 1,2,3; Swimming
1,4; Basketball 2,3; Volleyball 1; Softball
1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Campaign
Assembly 3; Opening Day Assembly 4;
Spring Festival 1,2,3,4; Christmas Fes-
tival 1,2,3,4, Chairman 1; Christmas
Formal.













SECRETARY
Martha Anne Wood
"Marcy"
September 26, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Simple and sweet in all her ways,
She'll be happy the rest of her days."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Secre-
tary 4; Homeroom Alternate 2,3; Home-
room representative 1; Homecoming Court
4; Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Basketball 1,
2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; "B" League;
Softball 1,2,3,4, "Top Ten"; Carnival
Court 3.




TREASURER
Catherine Mary Owen
"Rene" .
April 3, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A timeless worker, the whole day long,
Her life's in tune like a joyful song."

National Honor Society 34; Dramatics
Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Caribe
Club 1,2,3,4; Class President 3; Class
Treasurer 4; Christmas Formal 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom Chairman 3; Class Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; "21" Club
Carnival Court 3.
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Douglas Lloyd Alberga
"Dougie"
May 29, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"The mildest of manner, the gentlest of
spirit."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; "21" Club 2,3,4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Caribe Club
Vice-President 1; Homeroom Representa-
tive 3; Class Assembly 3; Soccer 1;
Brawl 1,2.







George Angle
"George"
April 18, 1945
Lincolnton, North Carolina
"Always ready with a smile for all he
meets."
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Track 3,4;
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2.


Elaine Mary Asbury
"Elaine"
July 11, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She walks in fashion wherever she goes."
G.A.A. 3,4, Secretary 4; Caribe Club
2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1; Dramatics Club 1;
Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Soft-
ball 2,3,4; Top Ten 2,3; Tennis Intro-
murals 3; Bowling Intramurals 1; S.A.
Assistant Treasurer 3; Homeroom Repre-
sentative 4; Orchestra 1; "21" Club Court
3; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Class Secretary-
Treasurer 2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3; Brawl
Program 4; Homecoming Court 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.






Doreen Elizabeth Baas
"Doreen"
December 15, 1945
New York, New York
"Quiet and Serene, that's our Doreen."
Nurses' Aide 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Dra-
matics Club 2.4; Caribbean Staff 4;
Journalism Treasurer 4; Swimming 3,4.


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Doris Susan Barfield
"Moose"
February 28, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"You get out of life what you put into it."
Dramatics Club 1; Class Vice-President
1,2; Homeroom Alternate 1; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Vol-
leyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2; Tradewind
Editor; Caribbean Staff.






Stuart Berstein
"Stu"
September 9, 1945
Balboa, Canal Zone
"Don't squelch it, but learn as much
about it as possible before making a
change."
Homeroom Representative 1; Class As-
semblies 1,3; Campaign Assembly 3; Base-
ball Team Manager 3.


Josephine Frances Borsellino
"Jo"
July 4, 1945
Gorgas Hospital, Canal Zone
"Small in height, great in heart."
Class Assembly 1; Volleyball 1,2,3; Bas-
ketball 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2,3,4.












Robert Henry Boseman
"Bob"
April 8, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"If you work hard, you will probably have
many opportunities to show your worth."
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Jack Leonard Brayton
"Jack"
August 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Men of few words are the best men."
"C" Club 3; Class Assemblies 2,3; Base-
ball 3,4; Basketball Intramurals.









Terry Lynn Brenner
"Terry"
November 12, 1944
Jacksonville, Florida
"Brimming over with jests and quips,
Never a sad word on her lips."
Palmette High School, Miami, Florida
Pep Club 2; Camden County High, Soft-
ball 2; Basketball 2; CHS Caribbear
Staff 4.
























Tula Brown
"Tula-Bula"
March 18, 1945
Panama, Republic of Panama
"From quiet, unexpected sources,
Often spring the world's greatest forces."
Caribe Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 1,2,; Dra-
matics Club 1,2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4; "A" League Basketball
Manager 3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball
1,2,3,4.







John Irvin Burns
"John"
December 21, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Always a strong urge to explore a new
field of endeavor."
Rifle Club 1,2,3; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team
1,2,3; Class Assembly 3.
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Amalia Maria Cabanillas
"Cuca"
January 25, 1946
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
"Success is the key to happiness."
National Honor Society 4; Dance Card
Chairman 4; Caribe Club 3,4; Caribbean
Editor 4; Tradewind Staff 4; Volleyball
3. Irving High School, El Paso, Texas:
French Club 2, Science Club 1, FTA 2.








Vincent Canomas
"Vincent"
June 17, 1945
San Jose, Costa Rico
"Your big trouble is that you have too
many inhibitions."
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Michael Richard Burza
"Mike"
April 29, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"You may have to buckle down and co-
operate with others in order to succeed."
"21" Club 3,4; National Honor Society
3,4, President 4; Caribe Club 1,2,3,4;
Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Class Secre-
tary-Treasurer 1; Class Assembly 4; Base-
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4;
Soccer Intramurals.





Harry Lynne Butcher
"Harry"
June 7, 1944
Cleveland, Ohio
"A little work and mostly play
Blend together for a perfect day."
Class Assemblies 1,2,3; J.V. Basketball 2.


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Richard Henry Carpenter
"Rich"
April 16, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Never lets an abundance of fortune
make him selfish or troubles make him
surly."
"21" Club 2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3; Rifle
Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Sophomore
Class Vice-President; S.A. Vice-President
3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; "21" Club
Assembly 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 2,3,4;
Bowling 1; Athletic Council President 3;
Homeroom Alternate 3; Palm Bowl Com-
mittee Chairman 3; Balboa Relays 2,3.


Lance Cheshire
"Lance"
November 26, 1944
Langley Field, A.F.B., Virginia
"He enjoys life, with no if's and's or
but's about it."


Kathleen Helen Clancey
"Kathy"
November 19, 1944
Boston, Massachusetts
"The best part of the Irishman's luck."
Dramatics Club 1; Class Assembly 3;
Girls' State 3.









Diana Lyn Clarke
"Red"
Santa Monica, California
"Heart as big as the ocean and a smile
to match."
Class Assemblies 2,3,4. Intramurals: Bas-
ketball 2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Softball 2.
Caribbean Assistant Editor; Tradewind
Staff.


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Collin Coregan
"Hippo"
July 8, 1945
Panama, Republic of Panama
"Eat, drink, and be merry-that's our
Collin."
Homeroom Representative 3; Football 2,4.











Grace L. Craig
"Grace"
April 19, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Silence is the great art of conversation."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1;
Class Assemblies 1,3.
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Bobby Allen Collins
"Bobby"
June 23, 1945
Ashville, North Carolina
"His desire to learn is always increasing."
Hampton High School, Hampton, Virginia:
Spanish Club, Chemphy Club, Track.










Bonnie Jean Conklin
"Bon"
April 11, 1945
Louisville, Kentucky
"A sincere friend to all who know her."
Dramatics Club 3,4; Thespians 4, Secre-
tory 4; Volleyball 1,2; Softball 2; Bas-
ketball 2.


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Theodore Davis
"Beak"
May 26, 1945
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Chances for good.lunch should keep you
enthusiastic."
"21" Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1;
Class Assemblies 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Foot-
ball 1; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4.







Kathleen Elizabeth DeLapp
"Katrink"
February 22, 1945
Long Island, New York
"A peppy little pinch of personality."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3; Homeroom Represen-
tative 1; Homeroom Alternate 3; Class
Assemblies 1,2,3,4. Intramurals: Basket-
ball 1,2; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Top Ten 2.
Carnival Court 3.


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Celia Marie Cronan
"C.C."
October 24, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A jet-paced girl with extra dash of
vitality."
Homeroom Representative 1; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4.' Intramurals: Volleyball
1,2,3,4, "B" League 2, "A" League 4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4, "A" League 4; Soft-
ball 1,2,4.





Patricia Diane Marie Daly
"Pat"
September 22, 1945
Chicago, Illinois
"Always smiling, always gay,
Bursting with energy from day to day."
Homeroom Alternate 2,3; Dramatics Club
1; Class Assemblies 1,2; Opening Day
Assembly 1,2,3.
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2; Cheerleader 3.
Orchestra 1,2; Band 1,2; Swimming 1,2;
Caribbean Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4.



















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Linette Marie Dugas
"Linny"
June 4, 1945
Panama, Republic of Panama
"She weaves silver threads into the fabrics
of memory."










Patricia M. Ernest
"Pat"
September 20, 1944
Cardiff, Great Britain
"Her hair is long, her eyes are bright,
and her smile is merry."
Lincoln High School: Glee Club 1,2;
Class Assemblies 1,2; Volleyball 2.
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Beverly Jean Dockery
"Berral"
April 6, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"New friendships are star-favored."
Dramatics Club 1; Class Assembly 3.
Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2.











Isabel Victoria Drohan
"Nancy"
May 17, 1945
Panama City, Panama
"I am a student, and boys are a subject
to study."






Carmen L. Fernandez
"Carmen"
January 27, 1945
Panama City, Panama
"It's nice to be natural when you're nat-
urally nice."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4.










Cyrus William Field, Jr.
"Rusty"
February 27, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Education is the breath of life, but I'm
short-winded."
Lettermen's Club; Athletic Council 2;
Junior Class Secretary; Class Assemblies
2,3,4; Soccer Intramurals 1; Baseball 3.


Lewis Eugene French
"Gene"
July 1, 1944
Memphis, Tennessee
"The highest of distinctions is service to
others."
Rifle Club; Homeroom Alternate 2; Bowl-
ing; Batallion Commander (R.O.T.C.) 4.











Jose M. Fuentes
"Jose"
June 10, 1944
Santurce, Puerto Rico
"Politeness is to do and say the kindest
things in the kindest way."
Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Baseball 3,4.


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Rita Therese Geyer
"Rita"
October 21, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A woman's loveliness is her hair."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
Homeroom Representative 4; Class As-
sembly 3; Homecoming Court 4.












Raymond Gomez
"Ray"
November 13, 1945
Glendale, California
"Silence is the great art of conversation."
Band 3,4; Basketball 3,4.


Richard C. H. Gonzales
"Speedy"
August 23, 1945
Son Antonio, Texas
"We'll remember him as a playful boy who
filled our world with laughter and joy."
Lettermen's Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Foot-
ball 1; Track 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball.











Edward Hewitt Green
"Pumpsie"
December 21, 1943
Colon, Republic of Panama
"He puts his troubles in a trunk, sits on
the lid, and laughs."
Soccer Intramurals.
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Roy Albert Hall III
"Corky"
March 5, 1945
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
"Life may be really earnest, but it sure
is fun."










Robert Neil Hammond
"Hammbone"
January 8, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Handsome is as handsome does;
A fairer lad there never was."
Homeroom Representative 3; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3.


Jeanette Hannberg
"Jeanette"
September 1, 1945
Providence, Rhode Island
"A gleam of friendly light."
Nurses' Aide 3,4; Class Assembly 3.













James Harris
"Jim"
April 14, 1944
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Content to live-that's my story."


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Robert J. Hauser
"Wop
November 4, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Good things are twice as good when
they're short."
"21" Club 2,3,4; "C" Club 3,4; Class
Assemblies 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; J.V.
Basketball 1,2; Basketball 3,4.

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Harriett Louise Hewitt
"Pinky"
April 29, 1945
Lexington, Nebraska
"It is better to be small and cast a great
light, than to be large and not shine
at all."

G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 2,3; Nation-
al Honor Society 3,4; Vice-President 4;
Caribe Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3;
The Whole Town's Talking; S. A. Presi-
dent 4; Newsletter Editor; Tradewind
Editor; Caribbean Staff; Ring Committee
Chairman 3; Banquet Committee Chair-
man 3; Class Assemblies 2, 3, 4; Open-
ing Day Assembly; Girls' State 3. Intra-
murals: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1;
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3; Softball
1,2,3,4; All-Stars 1,2,3; Top Ten Basket-
ball 2,3. Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Glee Club 3.















Bernice Aloise Hill
"Bernie"
December 25, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A teriffic combination of athletic ability
and friendliness."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; President 4; Caribe Club
1,2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Nur-
ses' Aide 2,3; "21" Club Assembly 3;
Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Tennis Varsity
3, 4; Swimming Team 3,4; Volleyball "A"
League 1,2,3,4; Basketball "A" League
1,2,3,4; Coach of Brawl 3,4.






George Jackson Holcomb
"Jack"
January 3, 1945
Ward, West Virginia
"A quiet man, but quite a man."
R.O.T.C. Company "F" Commander 4.
Class Assemblies 2,3.
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Billie Sharon Hollowell
"Tinker"
April 24, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Happy-go-lucky Tinker-formula for
fireworks."
Volleyball Intramurals 1,2,4.
"Always smiling, always neat,
Forever nice, forever sweet."







James Clark Hoverson
"Bones"
August 28, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Worry is not for lads like me."
Class Assemblies 3,4.


William Bond Huff, Jr.
"Bill"
January 4, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Time is but a stream in which I go
fishing."
R.O.T.C. Drill Team Commander 3; Com-
pany Commander 4; Junior Rifle Club 1;
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2,3,4; Rifle Team
Captain 4; "21" Club 4.







James Robert Jackson
"James"
November 26, 1944
Cuthbert, Georgia
"I'm not lazy, just conserving my energy."
Class Assemblies 2,3.


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Mae Roberta Jacques
"Mae"
November 6, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone










Joanne Aileen Jones
"JoAnne"
September 24, 1945
Top Rock, Barbados
"She's sparkle and spice and everything
nice."
National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4;
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Historian 3, President
4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Secretary 4;
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, presi-
dent 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Vice-
President 3; Homeroom Representative
2,4; Homeroom Alternate 3; Class As-
semblies 2,3; Glee Club 2,4; Scholastic
Awards 1; Nurses' Aide Award 3. Intra-
murals: Volleyball 1,2; Tennis 2; Softball
1,2,3.


Yira Virginia Kam
"Virginia"
November 3, 1945
David, Republic of Panama
"Like the sunshine and shadows on a
stream,
Her eyes emit a joyful beam."
Class Assemblies 1,2.











Michael Edward Klasovsky
"Mike"
June 11, 1945
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Men have died from overwork. I may live
a long time."
Class Assembly 2; Track 3.
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Patricia Jeanne Kunkel
"Pat"
November 23, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"As merry as the day is long."








Emma Patsy Lee
"Patsy"
September 28, 1945
Wedowee, Alabama
"Winsome is she, adorable too;
A cute personality, that's Patsy for you."
Caribe Club 1,2; R.O.T.C. Drill Team
Sponsor 3, Battalion Sponsor 4; Homeroom
Alternate 1; Representative 2,4; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Basketball and Volley
ball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball "B"
League 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming
Queen 4.


Yvonne Marie Lelaidier
"Yvonne"
July 26, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A classmate everyone admires for the
wisdom whereto she aspires."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Caribe
Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4.











William Alexander Livingston
"Bill"
June 27, 1942
Colon, Republic of Panama
"I am myself, my own commander."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4.


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John H. Lowe
"John"
December 22, 1943
Columbus, Georgia
"There is more to me than you under-
stand."
Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, President 4; Foot-
ball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4
Baseball 3,4; Canal Zone All-Stars; Home
coming Court 4.









Raymond Madison
"Ito"
November 30, 1944
Colon, Republic of Panama
"I make the most of all that comes and
the least of all that goes."
Class Assemblies 1,2,3.


Carla D. Meehan
"Carla"
January 26, 1945
Republic of Panama
"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Home-
room Alternate 2; Class Assembly 3;
Opening Day Assembly 3,4; Cheerleader
3,4. Intramurals: Softball, Volleyball,
Basketball 1,2,3,4; "A" League 2,3,4;
Tennis 3.







Yvonne Marie Morales
"Yvonne"
January 22, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"The devil with, the devil without;
That's our Yvonne, without a doubt."
Dramatics Club 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3;
Intramurals: Volleyball, Basketball, Soft-
ball, Tennis.
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Fred Newhard
"Freddy"
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Laughs his way through CHS life."
Class Assemblies 2,3.






"7 Andy Jens Nicolaisen
"Andy"
April 4, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Softly spoken words and a dignified air."
Caribe Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards
3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4, President 4;
Thespians 4, Vice-President 4; Stage
Manager 4; Homeroom Alternate 4; Le
Cercle Francois 4, Vice-President 4; Class
Assemblies 1,2,3; Christmas Festival
1,2,3,4; Spring Festival 1,2,3,4; Band and
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; String Ensemble 2,3,4;
Glee Club 2,3,4; Boys' State 3.























MARGARET ANN O'BRIEN
"Beatrice"
November 7, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Forward and frolic, glee was there, .
The will to do, the soul to dare."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3. Intramurals: Basketball
1,2,3,4, "B" League 1,2,4; Volleyball 1,
2,3,4, "B" League 1,2; Softball 1,2,3, "B"
League 1,2.






SANDRA TERESA PARKER .

September 16, 1945
Santa Rosa, California
"Happy and carefree, giving a smile
to all she meets."
G.A.A.; Class Assemblies 2,3,4. Intra-
murals: Softball 2; Basketball "A"
League 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, "A"
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GEORGE FRANKLIN PATTON
"George"
August 6, 1944
Panama City, Panama
"Happy and carefree all the day,
Going on his merry way."
Homeroom Representative 1; Track 1,
2,3,4.







RICHARD LEWIS PENNINGTON
"Butchy"
October 13, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Happy and free as the breeze,
His heart and mind are at ease."

Junior Rifle Club; Class Assembly 3.


ALBERT LEE PILKERTON
"Pinky"
July 24, 1945
Florence, Alabama
"Happy am I; from care I'm free.
Why aren't they all contented like me?"
Football 3,4.











MIRIAM ILEANA RAMIREZ
"Miriam"
October 5, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Silence is deep and eternal."
Intramurals: Softball, Volleyball.
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DIANE MARIE RAMSEY
"Dee Dee"
June 25, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She lives in peaceful harmony
with the world."
Nurses' Aide 2; Homecoming Court 4;
Girls' State 3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3.
Intramurals: Volleyball; "A" League 4;
Basketball; Softball 1,2,3,4.


THOMAS C. ROBERTSON
"Tom"
May 15, 1945
El Paso, Texas
"A helping hand he'll always lend, a
carefree lad, but a true friend."
Rifle Club; Homeroom Alternate 4; Tor-
rid Zone Wizards; Caribe Club. Intra-
murals: Basketball, Tennis.


DIANE GAIL ROSCOE
"Diane"
December 16, 1944
Needham, Massachusetts
"Mild-mannered, without a worry
in the world."
Class Assemblies 1,2,3. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Soft-
ball 1.











WILLIAM H. REDMOND
"Bill"
November 7, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Happy is the man who enjoys life."


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CAROLYN GRACE ROWLEY
"Carolyn"
June 10,-1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"An easy-going, well-mannered girl."
Dramatics Club 1,2; Nurses' Aide 1; Glee
Club 3,4; Tradewind Staff 4; Class As-
semblies 12,3.







KAREN SANDERS
"Karen"
July 29, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She was our queen, our rose, our star."

Dramatics Club; Nurses' Aide 1; FTA;
Chorus; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; S.A. Treas-
urer 4; Class Treasurer 3; Homeroom
Alternate, Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Jam-
boree Queen 4.


SHEILA IRE SANDERS
"Sheila"
February 15, 1944
Glasgow, Kentucky
"A little bit goes a long way."
Intramurals: Volleyball, Basketball, Soft-
ball.














KENNETH VINCENT SANDERS
"Kenny"
April 20, 1945
Panama City, Panama
"This is my life; I live it and love it."
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GORDON LEE SANDERS
"Gordie"
November 10, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"What is man but a happy mixture
of devil and saint."
Track 3,4.










PATRICIA KAY SEAMAN
"Pat"
February 26, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Horses are a girl's best friends."
Dramatics Club 1; Orchestra 1,2,3,4;
Tradewind Staff; Class Assemblies 2,3.
Intramurals: Basketball 1,2,3 "B"
League 1; Volleyball 1,2,3.


EARL CLAYTON SHARICK II
"Buzz"
October 13, 1945
Peoria, Illinois
"Jolly and certain of his stand,
he'll have fun in any land."












JOHN TERRELL SLAUGHTER
"Terry"
September 4, 1944
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He lives to love, and loves to live."
"C" Club; Class Assemblies 2,3; Foot-
ball 2,3,4; Track 4; Swimming 1,2,3;
Homecoming Court 4.


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LENORE JEAN SMITH
"Lonnie"
November 11, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"In each cheek a dimple appears;
They are for laughter, not for tears."
Nurses' Aide; Caribe Club; Class As-
semblies 1,2. Intramurals: Basketball 1,
2; Volleyball 1,2; Girls' State 3.







JUDITH ANNE STEPP
"Judy"
April 3, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Energetic, full of laughs,
a lovely blonde cyclone."
Nurses' Aide 1,2; Class Assemblies 3.
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball
2; Basketball 1.


DONALD EVERETT STOHRER
"Bullet"
October 24, 1944
Bayshore, New York
"Quiet, but sincere;
A friend to keep near."
Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; West
High School, Karville, Tenn. 3.


DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS
"Demetrio"
February 8, 1945
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"The hand that follows intellect
can achieve."
Torrid Zone Wizards; Cariba Club; Dra-
matics Club. Intramurals: Basketball.
American Academy, Athens, Greece.
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WENDELL F. TAYLOR
"Wendell"
October 24, 1942
Norfolk, Virginia
"Time is but a stream I go fishing in."
Track 3.













CURTIS THOMPSON
"Curt"
February 28, 1945
Lawton, Oklahoma
"As nice as they come and
as grand as they go."
Science Club; Football 1; Track 1.


CLARA ELIZABETH TOBIN
"Princess"
November 1, 1944
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Little I ask; my wants are few."
Assemblies 3. Intramurals: Volleyball,
Softball, Basketball.












SUZANNE CATHERINE UREY
"Suzanne"
August 18, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Sweet and gay,
flashing her smile to all."
Intramurals: Volleyball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3.


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PATRICIA ANN VAN DYKE
"Pat"
January 21, 1945
Wilmington, Delaware
"Her talent and her brain
Will bring her great gain."
Dramatics Club 1,2,4; Caribe Club 4;
Student Council 1,2; Class Secretary 1;
Class Treasurer 2; Assemblies 1,2. Baker
High School, Columbus, Ga. 1,2.










CHARLES EDWARD VOWELL
"Charlie"
Chattanooga, Tennessee
"Whoever invented work
should have finished it."


LAURAY IRENE WILL
"Lauray"
May 6, 1944
Colon, Rep. of Panama
"Short and sweet, always neat."
Intramurals.










WILLIAM HOWARD WILL, JR.
"Will"
April 10, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"The deed I intend is great,
but what, as yet, I know not."
Assemblies 3; Football 3,4; Baseball 1,2,
3,4.
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JOSEPH DAYRIES WYNNE
"Joubie"
March 24, 1945
Lake Charles, Louisiana
"Don't let study interfere
with education."
Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4.









ZANDRA LUZ ZIMMERMANN
"Zondi"
September 26, 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Hard-working and diligent,
Zandi can always be counted upon."
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wiz-
ards 1,2,3,4, President 4; Dramatics Club
2,3,4; Thespians President 4, Secretary 3;
Assembly 3; Basketball.


LUCIA DEL VALLE OCHOA
"Yiyi"
May 19, 1946
Santiago del Estero, Argentina
"Of every noble work,
the silent part is best."
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blies 1,2; Homeroom Representative 1,2.
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May 6, 1946
Putnam, Connecticut
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with her head held high and a smile
on her face."
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C&ab WiI atd Teokmedt


We, the graduating class of 1963, being of stout heart and great hopes, and having high expecta-
tions for our future and for the future of our country, hereby declare our class will and testament to
the beneficiaries named below.


PAT ERNEST-leaves her place in Spanish class to her brother Eric.
STUART BERNSTEIN-leaves his high speed ground radiator cap and
his Rolls Royce ash trays to Prince Hanyayakovitch.
NANCY DROHAN-leaves her good times at CHS and driving skills
to Charlotte Bialkowski.
PAT KUNKEL-leaves her locker to Carol La Croix.
LINETTE DUGAS-leaves her Spanish class to Naomi Kuntz and her
gym shoes to Cathy Parker.
TINKER HOLLOWELL-leaves Alberta Wilder the blue bomb.
SUZANNE UREY-leaves her ability to do math (? ) to Leslie Dugas.
VIRGINIA KAM-leaves her ability to make that 45-minute break-
wall walk to all the passengers of the Fort Sherman School bus.
MIKE KLASOVSKY-leaves his place in the Roach car and his table
at the Ranch to his brother Ivan and Bill Smith.
ROBERT BOSEMAN-leaves his place to all upcoming classmen who
are fit to take over.
DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS-leaves his seat in Mr. Pfau's physics
class to Everardo Urriola, a Junior who cannot wait until he
takes Physics from Mr. Pfau next year.
BILL LIVINGSTON-leaves his hitch-hiking ability to Eddie Pugh.
ALBERT PILKERTON-leaves his pig-call to Tad Campbell.
JAMES JACKSON-leaves the problems of going steady to anybody
who wants them.
CUCA CABANILLAS-leaves her fun (?) in journalism class to
Karen Waszak.
BEV DOCKERY-leaves her beautiful, red, low, interiorized car to
anyone who will take it.
BERNIE HILL-leaves her writer's cramps from homework to Sandy
Weigle and her problems to Rosemary Reardon.
ZANDRA ZIMMERMAN-leaves James Warren Jones to any girl
who has enough energy to tame him and her two sisters, Esther
and Alice, to anyone with a big enough sense of humor to take
them.
TERRY SLAUGHTER-leaves his guard position to Dicky Dugan.
SANDRA PARKER-leaves her place in Adv. Typing and Mrs. Folsom
to Lorraine Urey and Bonnie Ward.
JOUBIE WYNNE-leaves his "A" average and athletic ability to
anyone who can stand the strain and hide it as well as he did.
KATHLEEN DELAPP-leaves her so-called "lead feet" to her sister
Nancy.
MIRIAM RAMIREZ-leaves CHS to her brother Alex.
CHARLES VOWELL-leaves all his old clutch plates to Tom Hickey.
LONNIE SMITH-leaves her athletic ability (?) to Sandy Eckhoff.
RUSTY FIELD-leaves his 5-year-old, just ripe, U.S. Keds to Nancy
DeLapp.
DOUGLAS ALBERGA-leaves his '52 Chevy (named Betsy) to Estelle
Davison, who loves to ride in ultra-modern cars.
DIANE RAMSEY-leaves Pancho the pleasure of walking alone
next year.
JEANETTE HANNBERG-leaves her good times in CHS to her sister
Arlene.
JACK HOLCOMB-leaves his Black Roach to Kenny Karpinski and
Don McCullough.
KATHLEEN CLANCY-just leaves.
BUTCH PENNINGTON-leaves his seat in the Roach to Robert
Valentine.
ANDY NICOLAISEN-leaves his tuba and string bass to anyone
big enough to play them.
YVONNE MORALES-leaves her mechanical drawing to Ralph Jr. and
all that goes with CHS to her up-coming sister, Luella.
LUCIA OCHOA-leaves Mr. Pfau's physics problems to Arlene
Hannberg and Vaudie Robinson, if they understand them.


GRACE CRAIG-leaves what there is left to all the up and coming
seniors next year.
BONNIE CONKLIN-leaves her countless problems to Janet
Hoverson.
LEWIS FRENCH-leaves the Battalion Commander's box in the of-
ficers' office to anyone who can clean it out.
JOANNE JONES-leaves her ability to persevere in Mr. Bock's class
to Sandy Weigle.
MAE JACQUES-leaves her lovable gym suit, bouncing sneakers,
and outstanding athletic ability to any enthusiastic gym lover.
DON STOHRER-leaves his nickname of Bullet to Doug Billison.
JOSEPHINE BORSELLINO-leaves all her books to her brother Frank
and her place in Adv. Typing to Carol LaCroix and Jackie
Aldrich.
RAY MADISON-leaves his two shot transmissions to Harry Murray.
RENE OWEN-leaves the task of upholding the British CHS spirit
to her younger brother.
DIANE ROSCOE-leaves it all to Alberta Wilder.
TED DAVIS-leaves it all to George Kandrin and George Evans.
CARMEN FERNANDEZ-leaves her cafeteria table to any student
who would enjoy it as much as she has during the past four years.
ROBERT HAMMOND-takes everything with him.
RICHARD GONZALES-wishes he had something to leave.
DIANA CLARKE-leaves her fun, trouble, and homework to anyone
who wants it and the Swinging Safari to her brother Cris.
HELEN GEORGE-leaves loudly but surely.
ELAINE ASBURY-leaves her last two years in high school to her
sister Diane.
DOREEN BAAS-leaves her ability to get things undone to Barbara
Del Vecchio and Nancy Hopkins.
CAROLYN ROWLEY-leaves first period gym class to anyone who
is brave, courageous, adventurous, and crazy enough to want it.
HARRIETT HEWITT-leaves the Retrogressive Party to Tommy Hep-
penheimer.
SUE BARFIELD-leaves her ability to throw an egg and hit the
target to anyone who thinks they can get away with it and her
name "Moose" to Gayle Fettler.
CLARA TOBIN-leaves her gym shoes to Betty Jane Reif.
BOB HAUSER-leaves his sunglasses to Judy Paulson and his foot-
ball ability to Don McCullough.
JOSE FUENTES-leaves his track shoes to Ray Ramirez, baseball
glove to Doug Billison, and football shoes to anyone who wants
them.
JOHN LOWE-leaves all his football shoes to Doug Billison and his
number to anyone who wants it.
CURTIS THOMPSON-leaves his faithful gym shoes and chemistry
answer book to Victor Trevino.
ED GREEN-leaves all his love to all his girl-friends.
HARRY BUTCHER-leaves his charming ability to get along with
the faculty to anyone who wants it.
LAURAY WILL-leaves willingly.
PAT SEAMAN-leaves her ability to talk all day and not say a
thing to Jane Yocum.
TULA BROWN-leaves her height to Orrin Clement, her school spirit
to Peggy MacConnell, and anything else to Sandy Weigle.
PATSY LEE-leaves Mickey McElhone, regretfully.
PAT DALY-leaves happy and anxiously with Robert Hammond and
leaves all the joke-telling to Sue Buss.
TERRY BRENNER-leaves her ability to blush to anyone who doesn't
embarrass easily.
KENNY SANDERS-leaves nothing to nobody.
BILL REDMAN-leaves everything to everybody.


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CWass Pupkecy


As we look ten years into the future, we see the members of
the Class of '63 scattered far and wide, and employed in many
varied occupations.
The world of music and entertainment has claimed many.
HELEN GEORGE, famous coloratura soprano, is currently appear-
ing in The Road to the Canal Zone, the acclaimed opera by
MIRIAM RAMIREZ and VIRGINIA KAM. Hillbilly singer KAREN
SANDERS retired recently to take up a closer study of dentistry.
Another noted performer is RICHARD CARPENTER, whose jazz
percussion interpretation of "Let's Have It Quiet Please" is
played daily on the Hit Parade by Disc Jockey CURTIS THOMP-
SON. At Jackson's Japanese Theater-a resplendent edifice in
the heart of downtown Gatun, owned by Congressman JAMES
JACKSON-ZANDI ZIMMERMAN is demonstrating her award-
winning talents in YVONNE LELAIDIER'S dazzling production of
As Lou Lack It. CARLA MEEHAN is her personal wardrobe mis-
tress. Attending the premier were such notables as JIM HOV-
ERSON-eccentric millionaire playboy, BUTCH PENNINGTON-
Governor of the Canal Zone, JOANNE JONES-Executive Secre-
tary of the Mickey Mouse Club, KATHLEEN DELAPP-star of
her own daily TV show, Kids Klub, DOUG ALBERGA-President
of Panama, and JOSE FUENTES-famed talent scout.
VINCENT CANAMAS delivers the unsuccessful cases of
ulcer specialist ALBERT PILKERTON to ROBERT HAMMOND,
who has become a mortician in Chicago. His wife, the former
PAT DALY, is chief receptionist for the establishment. Slick
lawyer JOUBIE WYNNE is pleading the Fifth Amendment for
BILL HUFF, who made a wisecrack about Ohio.
Many are busy in the field of science. Deep in his mam-
moth research plant, MIKE BURZA is on the verge of the dis-
covery of a cure for the common cold. BOBBY COLLINS, inter-
national mummy specialist, is accompanying archeologists GER-
ALD GREEN, BILL REDMOND, and LEWIS FRENCH, who report
progress from Egypt in their search for Cleopatra's funeral barge.
Eminent skin diver EDDY GREEN had a narrow escape recently
while delivering a newspaper to underwater geologist ROBERT
BOSEMAN. He was mistaken for an enemy sub by Rear Admiral
BUZZ SHARICK. CUCA CABANILLAS, a civil engineer, heads
a large staff, including DOREEN BAAS, and KATHLEEN CLANCY,
aristocratic social butterfly. She is competing with TOM ROB-
ERTSON for the job of draining the old mill stream. Texan
Dentist KENNY COOPER is reported to have struck oil.
LANCE CHESHIRE, a prosperous businessman, is making a
fortune manufacturing money, the latest status symbol. JAMES
HARRIS, is a salesman for Flubbergum Company, owned by PAT
KUNKEL. Flubbergum will not lose its flavor overnight, as
RICHARD GONZALES advertises on Channel HAHA, if stored
on bedposts especially manufactured by wealthy tycooness,
YVONNE MORALES.
In the private clinic owned by Doctor TERRY SLAUGHTER,
TINKER HOLLOWELL, famous drag racer, under the solicitous
care of nurses RITA GEYER and TULA BROWN is recuperating
from the effects of a race she lost to a Terminales Truck.
ELAINE ASBURY, with her immortal abstract "Secant Curve,"


and JOHN LOWE, popular author of The Quarterback Sneak
recently shared honors in an international culture contest. Judges
for the contest were DOMINIQUE DE REILHAC-President of
the Seventeenth Republic of France, DIANA CLARKE-noted
psychologist, and RENE OWEN-the first woman Prime Minister
of England. Claiming royalty is PRINCESS TOBIN, who rules
supreme over one square inch in Afghanistan.
ANDY NICOLAISEN, extemporaneous dissertation marathon
winner, and TED DAVIS, renowned lecturer on the psychological
effects of bridge playing, are staying at the Miami Hillton, owned
by wealthy BERNICE HILL, where JACK BRAYTON and GEORGE
ANGLE are ace bellboys. BONNIE CONKLIN assists FRED NEW-
HARD, lord of the culinary dominion.
At the modern new race track, owned by JEANNETE HANN-
BERG, GEORGE PATTON, has recently won the Kentucky Derby.
His rider was GORDON SANDERS. Afterwards, they were feted
at a celebration by Hollywood hostesses LAURAY WILL, PAT
VAN DYKE, and DIANNE ROSCOE. Also attending were MAR-
GARET O'BRIAN and JUDY STEPP, who are collaborating on
their high school memoirs.
The famous beachcombing trio, SANDY PARKER, SUZANNE
UREY and LINNETTE DUGAS, occasionally write for ROY HALL,
Editor of Angry Magazine. MARCY WOOD, who leads a drum
and bugle corps in California and MAE JACQUES, Brownie
Leader, type copy part time.
PATSY LEE, who models for the Sears and Roebuck Spring
Catalog and CELIA CRONAN, nation-wide news commentator,
share an apartment with SHEILA SANDER, Secretary to the
Spanish Consul, NANCY DROHAN, Private Eye, and TERRY
BRENNER, who narrates ladies exercise records.
JACK HOLCOMB is employed as assistant manager in the
firm owned by RUSTY FIELD, which manufactures conned laugh-
ter. BOBBY HAUSER supplies the laughter free, and business
keeps smiling secretaries JO BORSELLINO and CARMEN FER-
NANDEZ extremely busy.
LONNIE SMITH is currently writing campaign jingles for
DONALD STOHRER, who is running for Mayor of New York.
JOHN BURNS has been named his running mate. CAROLYN
ROWLEY has organized a filibusters union, rumored to merge
soon with the lobbyists union headed by PAT SEAMAN.
WILL WILL, cheerleader for the Green Bay Packers, baby-
sits part-time for housewives BETTY BERTONCINI and CHERYL
PHILLIPS. BILL LIVINGSTON is the senior Truant Officer in
the school which the ten children of SUE BARFIELD attend.
Living nearby are PAT ERNEST, who grows roses for the Rose
Bowl Game and GRACE CRAIG who models Revlon Nail Polish
in the Tea Taster's Weekly, published by ping-pong champion
CHARLEY VOWELL. MIKE KLASOVSKY, bodyguard to ITO
MADISON, and his boss, who owns a chain of shoe shine stands,
vacation occasionally at Pina Beach, where COLLIN CORRIGAN
and KENNY SANDERS run a lush ice-cold soda stand.
HARRIETT HEWITT is looking for a job ghost-writing class
prophecies.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Carpenter, Helen George, John Lowe, Bernie Hill, Robert Hammond, Marcy
Wood, Fred Newhard, Kathleen DeLapp, Pat Van Dyke, Mr. Beck, Lonnie Smith, Elaine Asbury, Kenny
Cooper, Celia Cronan, Jack Brayton, Grace Craig, Terry Slaughter, Harriett Hewitt, Doug Alberga.


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Albert Arcia


Reinaldo Barreras
Christine Bath
Michael Belanger


Ralph Bender
Charles Bialkowski
Charlotte Bialkowski
Frank Borsellino


Bill Brandt
Lorraine Chan
Nina Chappel
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Estelle Davison
Barbara Del Vecchio


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Carol LaCroix
Connie Lasher


Elizabeth Lewis
Reginaldo Lum


Peggy McConnell


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Greg Hakanson
Jean Hardwick


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Tom Heppenheimer
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Judy Palumbo
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Alex Ramirez
Richard Rankin


Rosemary Reordon
Wardie Redman


Leslie Richmond


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FRONT ROW: Richard Cooper, Catherine Parker, Neil Compton, Carol Weinstock, Cathy Fitzsimmons,
Diane Asbury, Bonnie Marquard, Warren Greggory, Nancy Largent, Robert Kapell. BACK ROW:
Arlene Hannberg, Donna Vache, Luigi Mantovani, Maureen Charron, Larry Christoph, Linda Benton,
Frank Vazquez, Nancy DeLapp, Ronald Riefkohl, Pam Robertson, Sue Petersen.



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FRONT ROW: Gary Geddes, James Bedsworth, Connie Latto, Bill Smith, Lita Tigert, Robert Sanders,
Ramon Otero. CENTER ROW: Virginia Austin, Kathy Christiansen, Gayle Bruce, Michele Rainier,
Edna Forsythe, Virgen Rodriguez. BACK ROW: Sharon Harvey, Carmen Valencia, Andrew Metzgar,
Beverly Dreyer, Ruth Mason, Susan Wilferd, Lettie Sparling, Judy Paulson, Alice Link, James Jenkins,
Gayle Fettler, Adele Burns.


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FRONT ROW: Janet Clute, Cathy Redman, Sue Roscoe, Henry Clancy, Leda Walbridge, Wally Brians,
Lynn Egger, Sue Soyster, Robert Montesclaros. BACK ROW: Fred Linck, Ruth Limkemann, Louis
Austin, William Sullivan, Dan Jones, Robert Zack, Lynn Willhite, Ed Pugh, Marilyn Roth, Alex Gomez.


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Mary O'Donnell, Diane Arrington, Jane Faris, Mike Herrington. BACK ROW: Ricky Livingston, Carla
Chamber:, Pancho Motta, Elizabeth Sanchez, Libbie Gamboo, Yvonne Colon, Linda Stohrer, Miguel
Cabezas, Hilda Hotsko, Robert Valentine.


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FRONT ROW: Beverly Schleiffer, Shirley Davis, Sandra Edmonson, Lynn Perry, Linda Hellmund, Candy
Husband, Louise Rodriguez. BACK ROW: Richard Hull, Cindy Terwilliger, Elmer Hamor, Wayne
Brassey, Robert Dohle, Leslie Van Dyke, Marc Page, Wayne Smith, Louise Russon, George Kredell.




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FRONT ROW: Iris Gonzalez, Annabella Parsons, John Sullivan, Barbara Wagner, John Anderson,
Leslie Dugas, Mario Maffei, Rosalie Hewitt. BACK ROW: Teri Hand, John Cintron, Luis Jimenez,
Lou Hilzinger, James Cronan, Robert Will, Reinaldo Ng, Cris Clarke, Skipper Berger, Laurie Will.


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Holcomb, Norman Currier, John Goldoni, Paul Williams, Ruth Howard, David Coffey.


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FRONT ROW: Marie Geer, Margaret Martin, Linda Burza, Mary Torstenson, Diana DeFrees, Lani
Duarte, Marsha Hellmund, Mary Pope, Kristine Sanford, Kathleen O'Donnell. BACK ROW: Leslie
Highley, Kevan Schroeder, Peter Butz, David Hutchinson, David Thompkins, Alfredo Lee, John Morin,
Joe Stephenson, Margaret Irwin, Alfredo Velez.


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No secrets, now.


Help! Let me out!


Blockin' traffic!


Detention hall.


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Astronaut Lauray!


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Nature Lovers.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenny Cooper, Diane Ramsey, Terry Slaughter, Rita Geyer, John Lowe, Marjorie
Blair, Patsy Lee, Freddie Frost, Marcy Wood, Bobby Hauser, Elaine Asbury, Will Will.


Princess Rita Geyer-Princess of the Roses, Keeper of the
Emeralds, Daughter of the Sunrise, wearing an azure blue
gown; escorted by Terry Slaughter-Lord of the Red and White
Serfs, Chief Cleaner of the Uniforms, Head Runner of the
Pitchout.
Princess Marcy Wood-Princess of the Orchid, Daughter of the
Evening, and Keeper of the Aquamarine, wearing a sea-blue
gown; escorted by Robert Hauser-Duke of the Blue Armor,
Chief of the Leftouts and Master of the Runback.


Princess Elaine Asbury-Princess of the Lilies, Keeper of the
Topaz, and Daughter of the Moon, wearing a galaxy gold
gown; escorted by Will Will-Knight of the Golden Armoi
Master of the Ends, Lord of the Forward Pass.
Princess Diane Ramsey-Princess of the Daisies, Daughter of
the Noonday Sun, Keeper of the Amber Amethyst, wearing a
gentian gold gown; escorted by Kenny Cooper-King of the
Guards, Master of the Bucketheads, and Defender of the Line.















Lady Marjorie Blair-Keeper of the Dewdrops,
Daughter of the Sun; escorted by Squire
Freddy Frost-Prince of the Football Team,
Keeper of the Queen's Crown.


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Rita Geyer, escorted by Terry Slaughter


Elaine Asbury, escorted by Will Will


Diane Ramsey, escorted by Kenny Cooper


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Marcy Wood, escorted by Robert Hauser








Orrin Clement and Don McCullough
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Ray Ramirez and Jose' Fuentes


Coach Litton


football



Jack Blair and Bob Hauser


Woody Smith and Dicky Roscoe

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Chris Wrenn and Jon Jorstad


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Kenny Karpinski and Doug Billison


Kenny Cooper and Bob Hauser


lettermen


Mickey McElhone and Will Will


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Terry Slaughter and A Pilkerton


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John Sanders and John Lowe


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Because he lived up to the duties and responsibilities o
halfback position on the football squad, John Lowe was chose
the honor of most valuable player.


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His strong forward drive and excellent passing was witnessed
by many a football fan during the 1962-1963 season. His individual
performance complemented the untiring endeavors of the rest of
the team. He has lettered in football for the past three years.
John was chosen for the Canal Zone All-Stars in the 1962-1963
season, one of only four from Cristobal High. We lost this game,
but John won praise and increased his already outstanding ability
on the gridiron.


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FRONT ROW: Chris Wrenn, George Kandrin, Orrin Clement, Ray Ramirez, Henry Clancy, John Sanders.
CENTER ROW: George Bedsworth, Richard Hull, Fred Ryan, Kenny Cooper, Curtis Thompson, Bill
Dockery, Jose Fuentes, Wally Erians, Ralph Bender. BACK ROW: Jimmy Jones, Doug Billison, Robby
Davis, Randy Schroeder, Don Stohrer, Mike Baranick, Woody Smith George Patton, Matthew Baas,
George Angle.



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FRONT ROW: Stuart Bernstein, Mickey McElhone, David Wilder, Orrin Clement, Ray Ramirez, Don
McCullough, Jose Fuentes, Kenny Karpinski, Rusty Field. BACK ROW: Pancho Motta, Jack Brayton,
Kenny Cooper, Gregg Hakanson, Doug Billison, Randy Schroeder, Will Will, Jack Blair, Woody Smith,
Mike Burza, John Sanders, Coach Litton.




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FRONT ROW: Mike Stout, Toni Baranick, Jack Holcomb, Robert Will, Bill Hopkins, Richard Wallach,
Ricky Livingston. CENTER ROW: Skipper Berger, Danny Austin, Josephine Borsellino, Virginia Austin,
Linda Benton, Tita Fuentes, Nancy Hopkins, Doreen Baas, Marylin Roth, Donna Williams, Judy Redmond.
BACK ROW: Kenny Cooper, Bill Shotwell, Jack Blair, James Jackson, Mike Jones, Louis Austin,
Helen George.


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FRONT ROW: Jill Beech, Nina Chappell, Lani Duarte, Sandy Eckhoff, Bernie Hill. BACK ROW:
Jimmy Jones, Vincent Canamas, Fred Linck, Robert Burgener, Richard Wallach, Randy Schroeder.


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Varsity


FRONT ROW: Mike Ryan, Robert Ryan, Robert Hauser, Ray Ramirez, David Wilder,
Alex Ramirez, John Lowe. BACK ROW: Coach Moser, Vincent Canamas, Dan
Jones, Mike Baranick, Robert Bergener, Robert Martin, Ricky Fong.


Junior Varsity


FRONT ROW: Woody Gregory, Tom Coffin, Orrin Clement, Fred Linck. BACK
ROW: Leslie Highly, John Hotsko, Jack Blair, Jimmy Jones, Chris Wrenn.


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KNEELING: Elaine Asbury. STANDING: Celia Cronan, Sandy Weigle, Pat Ernest, Harriett Hewitt,
Sandy Eckhoff, Tula Brown, Sue Barfield, Marcy Wood.



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KNEELING: Judy Palumbo. STANDING: Diane Asbury, Betty Lewis, Nancy DeLapp, Janine Bedsworth,
Lavina Messer, Nina Chappell, Bernie Babinecz.


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KNEELING: Lavina Messer. STANDING: Carol LaCroix, Margaret O'Brien, Diane Asbury, Margaret
Martin, Nancy DeLapp, Janine Bedsworth, Judy Palumbo, Bernie Babinecz, Lani Duarte.

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LEFT TO RIGHT: Alex
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Heppenheimer, Doug Alberga, Gene French, Patsy Lee, George Angle,


Battalion Staff


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Elaine Asbury, Patsy Lee, Sandy Weigle, Karen Sanders.


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Color Guard


LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Valentine, Albert Pilkerton, Harry Butcher, Bill Shotwell.




Drill Team


Sandy Weigle and Robert Martin in foreground.


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Capt. Karen Sanders, Capt. William Huff, Cadet Cpl. Richard Livingston.

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Capt. Elaine Asbury, Capt. Jack Holcomb, Cadet Cpl. Bill Brandt.


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FRONT ROW: Nina Chappel, Donna Wong, Karen Sanders, Kenny Bernstein, Diane Asbury, Joanne
Jones, Janet Hoverson. BACK ROW: Jack Blair, Ricardo Fong, Patsy Lee, Margaret Martin, Judy
Paulsen, Sandy Weigle, Nancy Hopkins, Mr. Pfau, Harriett Hewitt, Rita Geyer, Candy Husband, Karen
Waszak, Elaine Asbury, Robert Zack, Doug Billison.

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LEFT TO RIGHT: Andy Nicolaisen, Leslie Highly, Ruth Limkemann, Jimmy Jones, Mr. Gregg, Donna
Wong, Doug Alberga, Gene French, Libby Gamboa, Alex Heppenheimer.


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FRONT ROW: John Goldoni, Peter McBride, Bobby Hauser, Ted Davis, Don McCullough, David Wilder,
Wardie Redman, Mario Maffei, Raymond Brassey. BACK ROW: Gene French, Richard Carpenter,
Randy Schroeder, Michel Belanger, Mike Burza, Jimmy Jones, Bill Huff, Doug Albergo, Charles Bial-
kowski, Kenny Karpinski, Ronald Riefkohl.


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Amalia Cabanillas, Pat Van Dyke, Rene Owen, Harriett Hewitt, Michael Burza, Yvonne Lelaider, Joanne
Jones, Elaine Asbury. Not Pictured: Zandi Zimmerman, Demetrio Tagaropulos, Gerald Green, Peggy
McConnell, Lorraine Chan, Donna Wong, Judy Palumbo, Alex Heppenheimer.

















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FRONT ROW: Lorraine Chan, Nellie Patton, Nancy Largent, Jill Beech, Joanne Jones, Pot Van Dyke,
Alex Heppenheimer, Stella Kucikas, Leda Walbridge, Adele Burns, Larry Christoph, Frank Borsellino,
Virginia Faris, Zandi Zimmerman, Wally Brians, Valerie Means, Lavina Messer, Bonnie Marquard.
BACK ROW: Ewald Wiberg, Marilyn Roth, Tom Heppenheimer, Ginger Thomas, Bernie Hill, Ruth
Mason, Jane Faris, Andy Nicolaisen, Carla Chambers, Luigi, Mantovani, Mrs. Gregg, Demetrio Taga-
ropulos, Pam Robertson, Jimmy Jones, Nancy Mitchell, Ruth Limkemann, Sandy Eckhoff, Judy Palumbo,
Yvonne Lelaidier, Chris Wrenn, Alice Lay, Ricardo Fong.

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Nancy Drohan, Harriett Hewitt, Patsy Lee, Doreen Baas, Andy Nicolaisen, Tula Brown, Margaret
O'Brien, Helen George, Amalia Cabanillas.


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