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1964
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TABLE OF CONTENTS










D ed ica tio n ........................................................................................ .................................. 5
In M em oriam ................................................................................ ................................... 6
Administration .................................................................... 7
F a cu lty .............................................................................................. ................... ................ 8
Seniors ......................................... ...................................... 11
H all of F am e ................................................................................. ................. ...............3 5
C la ss P ro p h esy ........................................... ...................................................................4 8
Last W ill and Testament .................................................... ... ..................... 49
Ju n io rs ............................................................................................................................................. 1
U nderclassm en ............................................................................... ............................... 57
A ctiv cities ................. ....................................... .. ............... ......................... 6 3
C lu b s ................................... ............................................. ........................................ ........... 7 7
S p orts .................................................................................................. ..................... ............... 8 9
A dvertisem en ts ......................... ........................................................... ..................... ............. 10 1


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DEDICATION


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Mrs. Veva Folsom


Because you have been an inspiration
and a help and because you have devoted
your time and talents to helping the
Student Association, we dedicate the
1964 Caribbean to you, Mrs. Folsom.


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Kenny Sanders was a member of the class of '63. His
memory is cherished by his classmates and numerous
friends in Christobal High School.


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ADMINISTRATION


PAUL L. BECK. M.A.
University of Michigan
Principal


CARL F. MAEDL. M.A.
Columbia University
Assistant Principal


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EVELYN JEAN BREWER
Assistant Secretary


MARION B. TAYLOR, B.S.
Syracuse University
Secretary


CLAUDIA M. LAWTON
Assistant Secretary


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FACULTY


ADAMARY ANDERSON, M.A.
University of Michigan
Girls' Counselor
EDWARD A. KELLY, M.Ed.
University of Miami
Boys' Counselor
G. L. ARMSTRONG, M.A.
New Mexico Highlands University
World History. English


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ROBERT BERGER. B.A.
Michigan State University
Social Studies
RICHARD W. BOCK. M.Ed.
University of Houston
High School Math
SERGEANT CHARLES M. BREWER
R.O.T.C.


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JO ANN CARR. M.A.
University of Alabama
Junior High Math

VIRGINIA M. CONDINA. B.A.
Hunter College of the City of New York
Physical Education. Health

VEVA FOLSOM, M.A.
Colorado State College
Typing. Shorthand. General Business


JUNE FATTOROSI, M.A.
University of Southern Mississippi
Physical Education
WILLIAM J. GANSEN. M.A.
University of Michigan
History, Math
ANNE D. GEGG, M.S. in Ed
Cornell University
French, Latin. Spanish


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EDWIN KOZIOL. B.A.
Michigan State University
Social Studies, Art
ETHEL LAURIE. M.A.
New York State University
Math
DOUGLAS LITTON. M.S.
Mississippi State University
Physical Education, Health


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PHIL McELROY. M.A.
Fresno State College
History, English
CAPTAIN CARL MERLINO, B.S.
University of Pennsylvania
R.O.T.C.
ROBERT MOWERY. M.S.
Indiana State University
Industrial Arts


ALFHILD MAEDL. B.A.
Gustavus Adolphus College
English
BERNARD MAZZONI. M.Ed.
Pennsylvania State University
Math
ROBERT McCULLOUGH. M.A.
Colorado State University
Social Studies


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JAMES NORMAN. M.S.
Oregon State University
Biology
LUKE PALUMBO. B.S.
Northwest Missouri State College
Science
GRACE PFAU. M.A.
University of Minnesota
Reading


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EUGENE T. GREGG. M.A.
University of Colorado
U. S. History
REX C HOPSON. M.A.
Peabody Teachers College
English, Journalism
ROBERTO JAEN .., D)L
University of Madrid
Spanish





JAMES H. PFAU. M.A.
University of Minnesota
Chemistry
CHARLES T. REEVES. M.A.
Arizona State University
Science, Math
STELLA RIEFKOHL. M.A.
Columbia University
Spanish


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Illinios State University
Special Education. Social Studies
ROBERT F. SHIPMENT, M.S.I.E.
Purdue University
Industrial Arts
DOROTHY SMITH. M.A.
Univeristy of Denver
English


FRANK B. SPITZER. B.S.
East Carolina College
Science, Math
JAMES E. STEARNS, M.A.
University of Florida
Spanish
FREDA L. STOHRER, M.A.
University of Tennesse
English


HARRIETI YOUNG, Ph.D.
Louisiana State University
English


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L. J. FATTOROSI
M/SGT W. H. GAY
VIKI DIAZ
SOPHIE McLIMANS
BERT THOMPSON
YOLANDA RODGIGUEZ


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CLASS OFFICERS


PRESIDENT
ALICE AGNES LAY
"Alice"
December 26, 1945
Hong Kong
"A timeless worker the whole day long, Her life's
in tune like a joyful song."
National Honor Society 4; National Thespian
Society 3: Nurses' Aide 1.2,5.4. Secretary 2.
Treasurer 3: Dramatics Club 1,2.3.4: Torrid
Zone Wizards 2.3.4, Secretary 3; Caribe Club
1.2.5,4; Girls' State 3: Class Vice-President 3;
Class President 4; Prom Decoration Committee
Chairman 3: Pink Girls Program 2.3; Tennis 3:
Class Assemblies 5,4.




VICE-PRESIDENT
FRANK BORSELLINO. JR.
"Frank"
Augest 3, 1946
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Quiet and shy, but quite a guy."
Homeroom Alternate 1: Drill Team 2,3: Best
Drill Team (Field Night) 3; Caribe Club 1.2,3.4;
"21" Club 3,4: Class Vice-President 4.




SECRETARY
DONNA ANN WONG
"Do-nut"
April 2. 1946
Colon. Republic of Panama
Quick, studious, dependable-a real credit to
the senior class."
NEDT Certificate 1.2; Band 1.2,3; Orchestra
1.2,3; Torrid .Zone Wizards 1.2,3.4; Caribe Club
1,2.3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 3. Vice-President 4;
Athletic Council President 3; Ring Committee 3;
Prom Table Decorations 3; SA Vice-President 3;
Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4: Secretary 2: Nurses
Aide 1,2.3; Historian 2; Class President 2:
Class Secretary 4; National Honor Society 3,4,
Treasurer 3,4; Class Assemblies 3,4.



TREASURER
MARGARET ANNE MacCONNELL
"Peggy"
September 16, 1946
San Angelo, Texas
"Success is the key to happiness
Balboa High, Balboa Heights, C.Z.: Intramurals:
Volleyball 2: Basketball 1.2; SA Representative
1.2; Caribe Club 1: Frosh-Soph Frolic Committee
I; Mythology Club 1; Sadie Hawkins Dance
Committee 2. Queen "Daisy Mae" 2; Showcase
Committee 2: A-V Award 2; Honor Student
Award 1,2. Cristobal High: Banquet Com-
mittee 3; GAA 3.4; National Honor Society
3,4. Secretary 4: Girls' State 3. Secretary of
State 4: Class Treasurer 4; Cards & Announce-
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MAGALY ALAYON
"Magaly"
May 4. 1946
Caguas. Puerto Rico
"The more you know her, the more you like her."
Indiana High School. Indiana Penn: All-Star
Basketball. Volleyball. Softball 3. Cristobal
High: Basketball "A" League 4: Caribbean
Staff 4: Tradewind Staff 4.


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WILLIAM S. ACHESON
"Bill"
September 8, 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"A friend to all who know him."
Soccer Champs 1; Boys' State 3.








RINA ALAYON
"Rina" .
May 4, 1946
Caguas, Puerto Rico
"Always happy always gay. Just as nice from "
day to day."
Indiana High School. Indiana. Penn: GAA 3:
All-Star Pin and Badge 3. Cristobal High:
GAA 4: Basketball "A" League 4: Caribbean
Staff 4: Tradewind Staff 4.








CHARLENE RUTH ACUFF
"Chinky"
June 20, 1946
Maryville, Tennessee
"Friendliness is her passion."
Benton High School, Benton, Tenn: FHA I:
Band 1; Orchestra 1; Flute Trio 1. Boones
High School. Jonesboro. Tenn: FHA 2.3; Band
2: French Club President 2: French Award 2:
French Club Reporter 3: Bar Tracks Staff 2:
Free America Club 5: Beta Club 3: Typing
Award 3 National Honor Society 4.







ALBERT ALEXANDER ARCIA
"Al"
November 12, 1946
Colon, Republic of Panama
"He goes around with both feet planted firmly
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REINALDO BARRERAS. JR.
"Baldo"
December 23. 1946
Humacao. Puerto Rico
"Politeness is to do and say the nicest things in
the nicest way.
Caribe Club 1,2.3.4: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3.4;
Dramatics Club 2.3,4; Thespian Play 4: Class
Assembly 4. National Honor Society 4.






BARBARA JANE WHITE BELCHER -'
"Barbara"
June 13, 1939
Holbrook. Long Island. New York
"She lives at peace with all mankind." '"" '






CHRISTINE ANN BATH
"Chris"
October 3. 1946
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The female of the species is more deadly than
the male."
Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1.2,3;
Swimming Team 3; Girls' Drill Team I: Christ-
mas Formal and Awards Ball Decorating Com-
mittees 1,3.4.






CHARLES VINCENT BIALKOWSKI
"Charles" ':
October 20, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A success in all he does."
"21" Club 1,2,3,4; Outstanding M-I Medal 1; '
Highest Average M-1. 3rd on Final Exam 1;
Usher Guard 2; 2nd Prize "21" Club Essay 2.






JEAN PHILIP MICHEL BELANGER
"Mike"
March 14. 1946
Colon, Republic of Panama
"A quiet, likeable lad."
Outstanding French Student 2: French Club 3.4;
"21" Club 3.4; Homeroom Alternate 3.


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JANIS MARIE BROGIE
Janis
May 19, 1946
Chicago. Illinois
Bubbling over with love, life, and laughter."
Balboa High. Balboa Heights. C.Z.: GAA 2:
Basketball 1.2.44; Volleyball 1.2.3; Ping Pong
1.2: Pan-American Club 1,2; Pep Club 1.2;
Carnival Dance Committee 1; Fashion Show 1;
Get-Acquainted Dance Committee 4: Tomorrow's
Secretaries 4; Secretary of Center Lab for
Teachers 4.







CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA BIALKOWSKI
"Charlie"
October 20, 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"She's sparkle and spice and everything nice.'
Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 1.3:
Softball 1.2; Tennis 5. ROTC Company Sponsor
4: Homecoming Court 4.







NICHOLAS EDWARD BROOKS
"Nick"
April 15. 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"You get out of life what you put into it."
Football I: Basketball 1; Track I: Prom Deco-
rating Committee 3: Homeroom Alternate 4.







WILLIAM JEFFREY BRANDT
"Bill"
November 23. 1946
Daytona Beach. Florida
"Silence is deep and eternal.







ROBERT ROY BURGENER
"Bob"
March 11, 1946
LaCross. Wisconsin
"I am myself, my own commander.
"C" Club 3.4: "21" Club 3.4; National Honor
Society 4; Football 4: Tennis 1,2,3,4; Basketball
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GEORGE D. CAMPBELL
"Tad"
November 17, 1945
Woborn, Massachusetts
"Time is but the stream I go fishing in."
Track 1; Basketball I: Football 5.4: Homeroom
Alternate 2.





VICTORIA RAE CLARK
"Vicki"
November 22, 1946
Rupert. Idaho
"Things that are small have great value."
Leavenworth High, Leavenworth Kan.: Home-
room Representative I: Pep Club 1. Cristobal
High: Nurses' Aide 2,3: Softball 2: Volleyball
3,4; Prom Committee 3; Caribbean Staff 4.






LORRAINE FLORENCE CHAN
"Lorraine"
September 9, 1946
Colon. Republic of Panama
"A modest proof of that happy blend-a scholar
and a friend."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3.4; Dramatics 1,2.3,4: Caribe
Club 1.2,3,4; Torid Zone Wizards 2,3,4; Pink
Girls 1.2.3; National Honor Society 3.4: Na-
tional Thespian Society 3,4: Le Cercle Francais
3.4: Pep Club 2.





MARSHA ELAINE COLLINS
"Colly"
September 19, 1946
Kingston, North Carolina
"The fairest of the tall, and the tallest of the
fair."
Rockland High. Rockland. Maine: Future Nurses
of America 1; FHA 1; Chorus 1,2: Kippy Kar-
naval Committee 1,2; Commercial Service Club
1.3: Softball 3; Assembly 4.





NINA LEE CHAPPELL
"Ni"
September 21, 1946
Eustis, Florida
"She always scores, both in sports and person-
ality.
GAA 2.3.4. President 4; Intramurals 1,2.3,4:
Tennis Letter 2.3: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3,4;
Caribe Club 2.4; Prom Committee 3.


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ESTLLE HARRIET DAVISON
"Davey
November 10. 1943
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Happiness and sunshine are her mottos."
Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4; Nurses' Aide 1.2,3.4:
Pink Girls 2.4; Pep Club 2: Thespians 5,4; Girls'
State 3; Le Cercle Francais 3,4.







PPRISCILLA VICTORIA COLLINS
"Priscilla"
September 7. 1946
SMargarita. Canal Zone
"The beauty of heaven is the stars-Priscilla's
is her eyes."
Balboa High. Balboa Heights. C.Z.: Pep Club
1.2: Pan-American Club 1,2.3: Trible "C" Club
1.2.3. Intramurals. Basketball and Volleyball 1.2.






BARBARA ANN DEL VECCHIO
"Barbara"
January 17. 1947
Brooklyn. New York
"Full of vim, vigor, and vitality."
Pink Girls 1,2.3,4; Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4; Dra-
4'. matics Club 3: Intramurals 1.2.3.4: Class Assem-
S "blies 3.4; Prom Committee 3: Chorus 1.2; Pep
Club 2.







? ROBERT OWEN CORRIGAN
".Bob"
June 16, 1944
Panama. Republic of Panama
"Education is the breath of life, but I'm short-
winded."






DOMINIQUE JEAN-RAYMOND
ROUX DE REILHAC
"Dominique"
August 29, 1945
Paris XVIII. Seine. France
"The sort of friend everyone wants to have.
Ecole Ozanam: French Literature Award 1:
National Science Award 2: Soccer 1.2; Basket-
ball 1.2: Equitation 1.2: Track 1.2; Handball
1.2: Rifle Team 1. Cristobal High: Soccer 3;
Basketball 3; Track 3.


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WILLIAM P. DE SALVO
"Wapo"
November 22. 1945
Oyster Bay. New York
"Don't let study interfere with education."
Drill Team 1.2; Rifle Team 1.2: Drill and Rifle
Team Ribbon 1.2; Service Merit Ribbon 1.2;
Efficiency Ribbon 1.2: CHS "AMA" Club 4.





FRANK EDWARD ENDER
"Frank"
November 2. 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"Whoever invented work should have finished it."
Football 2.




EMILY DIAL
"Emily"
March 6. 1946
Granite, Oklahoma
"Honor and knowledge alone can merit-alone
can produce."
LaGrange Senior High, Lake Charles. La.: Girls'
Interscholastic Basketball Team 1,3; National
Junior Honor Society 1, Vice-President 1: Spanish
Club 3: Interscholastic Rally 1,2; Band 1.2.3.
Cristobal High: National Honor Society 4: Na-
tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4: Drama Club 4:
Class Assembly 4.





GEORGE W. EVANS
"George"
November 14. 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"Very quiet and unassuming-
Weighty plans his mind is brewing."





WILLIAM RUDOLPH DOCKERY
"Doc"
January 11. 1945
Margarita. Canal Zone
"He enjoys life. with no if's. and's, or but's
about it."
Track 2.3.4; Football 4; "C" Club 2: Rifle Team
2.3.4: Most Improved Shooter 2.3: Rifle Team
Medal 2.3.


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MICHAEL ANDREW FURLO
"Wop"
November 20. 1946
Granville. New York
"Happy am ., from care I'm free:
Why can't they all be contented like me?"
Horseheads Central High, Horseheads. N.Y.:
Tennis 1. A.C. Flora High School. Columbia.
S.C.: Coin Club 2; Bridge Club 2: Senior
Chorus 1,2. Cristobal High: Class Assembly 4.




VIRGINIA MAE FARIS
"Ginny"
March 25. 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Always there to lend a hand
When the situation may demand."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,5,4, Historian 3, Vice-President
4; Pink Girls Program 1.2.5; Caribe Club 1,2,5,4.
Secretary-Treasurer 4: Dramatics Club 1.5.4;
Girls' State 3; Prom Decorating Committee 3;
Class Assemblies 3.4.



GREGORY LOUIS HAKANSON
"Hak"
September 25, 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
"He lives, loves, and laughs his way through
life."
Baseball 2,5,4, Most Valuable Player 5: Football
1,2: Track I: Class Assembly 3; Dramatics Club
4: Thespian Play 4.



TONI JO FOURNIER
"Toni"
December 24, 1946
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"It is better to be small and cast a great light
than to be large and not shine at all.
Upper St. Clair High. Pittsburgh. Penn.: FTA
1; Homeroom Treasurer 1: Drama Club 2:
Rehoboth. Massachusetts. State and Regional
Speech Festival 2. Cristobal High: Nurses' Aide
4: Class Assembly 4.






ELIZABETH JEANE HARDWICK
"Jeanie
February 5, 1946
"She lives at peace with all mankind."
Chess Club 2: Nurses' Aide 2,3.4: Basketball 2.3.


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S ALEXANDER GEORGE HEPPENHEIMER
"Alex"
January 1. 1947
New York, New York
"The highest of distinctions is service to others."
SNational Honor Society 3.4. Vice-President 4:
S FTA 1.2.3,4, President 4: "21" Club 3.4. Secre-
tary 4: Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4; Thespians 3.4,
Plays 2.3.4: Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4: Homeroom
Alternate 2.3: Inaugural Assembly 2.3.4: NEDT
. -, Certificates 1.2; Boys' State 3; NSF Scholar-
ship 3: ROTC Battalion XO, Major 4: Drill
Team 2: Usher Guard 1.2.3.4. Comdr 4; Rifle
Team 2.3.4, Mngr 4; D.A. Superior Cadet 2,3:
Governor's Cup 3; Highest Average 2,3; Ring
Committee 3: Executive Committee 3.4; Class
Assemblies 3.4; Tradewind Staff 4:
Caribbean Literary Editor 4: Quill and
Scroll 4: T.F. Bridge Dedication 3: NCTE Nom-
inee 3: Ldrshp School Dist. Grad. 3.4.

THOMAS JOHN HICKEY
"Tom"
June 2. 1946
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Your big trouble is that you have too many
inhibitions."
ROTC Outstanding Cadet 1; Rifle Team Top
Third Shooter 3.
THOMAS ADOLPH HEPPENHEIMER
"Hepp"
January 1. 1947
New York. New York
"The loyalest Tiger of them all."
Homeroom Representative 1; SA Ways and
Means Committee 2; SA Publicity Committee 4:
Campaign Manager 1.2.3: Homeroom Alternate
4; National Honor Society 4: NMS Semifinalist
4; Michigan State University Scholarship Compe-
tition 4: NEDT Certificate 1.2: Thespians 3.4:
Thespian Plays 2.3.4; Football 3.4. Manager 3.
Lettered 3: Track 2: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3.4;
Caribe Club 1.2.3.4: NSF Scholarship 2: Class
Assembly 3: Caribbean Sports Editor 4;
Tradewind Staff 4; Boys' State 3: Tom and
Louie Show 3.4.

NANCY KATHERINE HOPKINS
"Hoppie"
July 3, 1946
Hyannis, Massachusetts
"Enthusiasm and friendliness are the dynamics
of her personality."
tV .NEDT Certificate 1,2; Swimming 1.2.3.4,
Lettered 2.3.4; Nurses' Aide 1,2.3.4: Pink Girls
2.3. President 3: Caribe Club 2,3.4: Dramatics
*Club 1. Secretary 1; Commencement Committee
3: Ring Committee 3; Executive Committee 3;
Homeroom Representative 3,4: French Club 3.4:
Class Assemblies 3.4: Tradewind Staff 4:
Caribbean Photographer 4.

SOLOMON HERES
"Sam"
May 21. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Not too studious, not too gay.
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GEORGE KANDRIN. JR.
"George"
April 15. 1944 -
Colon. Republic of Panama
"One thing is better than he who gets behind
and pushes-he who gets in front and pulls."
Football 1.2.3.4. Lettered 2.3.4. Captain 4: Foot-
ball All-Stars 2.4: Class Vice-President 2: "C"
Club 2.5.4. Vice-President 4: Track 1.2.3; Class
Assemblies 3.4: ROTC Service Merit Ribbon 3:
Battalion Staff 3,4; Homecoming Court 4. .,




MARTHA JANET HOVERSON
"Hovy"
October 51, 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"A hard worker, a good friend-success will
follow her wherever she goes."
Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4, President 4; Thespians
3,4, Vice-President 4; Nurses' Aide 2,3; Home-
room Representative 2.3.4; Girls' State 3; Home-
coming Court 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4; Class
Assemblies 3,4; Caribbean Editor-in-Chief 4;
Quill and Scroll 4.


KENNETH PAUL KARPINSKI
"Nose" W .-1
June 23. 1946
Guantanamo Bay. Cuba
"A leader of men, a follower of women."
Football 1.2.3,4, Lettered 2,3.4, All-Stars 4:
Baseball 1.2.3.4. Lettered 1.3.4; "21" Club 1.2.
3.4. President 4; "C" Club 2.3.4. President 4;
"21" Club Assemblies 1.2.3.4; Class President I
3: Torrid Zone Wizards 2; NSF Scholarship 3;
NEDT Certificate 1; ROTC Battalion Com-
mander 4; DA Superior Cadet Ribbon 1; Service
Merit Ribbon 3: Rifle Team 2.3.4: Class Assem-
blies 3.4; Homecoming Court 4.

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DENNIS ALVIN IZQUIERDO
"Dennis"
March 23. 1947
San Juan. Puerto Rico
"Worry is not for lads like me."







IVAN KLASOVSKY
"Bones"
October 20, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"He's not lazy. he just conserves his strength."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4; Boys' State 3.


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STELLA MAE KUCIKAS
"Muca"
July 10. 1946
Panama. Republic of Panama
"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet."
Caribe Club 2.3,4: Dramatics Club 3.4. Secre-
tary 4; Thespian Play 3: Girls' State 3; Intra-
murals: Basketball 1.2: Volleyball 1.2: Softball
1.2. Glee Club 3; Prom-Banquet Committee 3;
Class Assembly 3. National Honor Society 4.



CONSTANCE JOYCE LASHER
"Connie"
Margarita, Canal Zone
"Act well your part-there all the honor lies."
Glee Club 1: Dramatics Club 1.2,3,4, Vice-Presi-
dent 3; Thespians 2,3,4. President 4; Outstanding
Actress 3: Thespian Plays 1,2.3; Student Direc-
tor 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,3.4. Vice-Presi-
dent 4; Girls' State 3; Class Assembly 3.4:
Caribbean Ass't Senior Editor 4: Trade-
wind 3taff 4.




NAOMI JANE KUNTZ
"Na"
November 24. 1946
Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania
"She lives in peaceful harmony with the world."
Intramurals: Basketball 1.2.3.4; Volleyball 2.3,4.
Girls' State 3: Dramatics Club 1; Prom-Banquet
Committee 3; Class Assembly 3; Caribbean
Junior-Underclassmen Editor 4.






JOHN LASHER
"Lasher"
December 10. 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I make the most of all that comes and the
least of all that goes."
Football Manager 4.






CAROL ANN LaCROIX
"La Crock"
January 22, 1946
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Pep. punch, and personality-that's our Carol."
GAA 2.3,4; Intramurals 1.2,3.4: Captain "B"
League Volleyball 4: Cheerleader 3,4; Class As-
sembly 3; Caribe Club 4.


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ROBERT DELANO MARTIN
"Bob"
April 14, 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"As light on his feet as he is in his heart.
Outstanding NCO Medal and Trophy 4: Drill
Team Commander 3: Drill Team Competition
Cup 4: Basketball 4.







ELIZABETH MARIA LEWIS
"Betty"
September 12. 1945
Colon. Republic of Panama
"She deserves all that's best in life."

GAA 3.4: VOLLEYBALL "B" League 2.3:
Volleyball 1,2.5.4; Basketball 3.4; Coriibbenn
Staff: Prom Committee.





SUSAN ALAYNE MATHIESON
"Sam"
April 26, 1946
Ancon. Canal Zone '*
"Friendship in her smile, and talent in her '
hands."
Class Assemblies 3.4; French Club 3.4. Secretary
3. President 4: Homeroom Representative 1: 4
Homeroom Alternate 2: Chorus 1.2.





REGINALDO LUM
"Reggie"
July 21, 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
"Never do today what you can get someone else
to do tomorrow.







HENRY JAMES McELHONE
"Mickey" .
January 4, 1946 -
Panama. Republic of Panama
"A terrific combination of athletic ability and
friendship."
"C" Club 2.3.4: Baseball 1.2,3,4; Football 1.2.3.
4; Homeroom Alternate 3: Homecoming Court 4.









JOAN ELLEN McGLOIN
"Joan"
August 22, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"As merry as the day is long."
Glee Club 1.2.3; Girls' State 3: Nurses' Aide
3,4; Pink Girls 3; Intramurals 1.2,3.4: Pep Club
1,2.






DEBORAH ANNE MEEKER
"Debbie"
July 29, 1946
Glendale, California
"She adds a spice to life that's nice."
Class Assembly 4: Thespians 3.4.







LOUIS BOYLE McGOFF
"Luke"
June 6, 1946
Cristobal, Canal Zone
"Let me say-at this time . we must move
fohwahd with great vigah."
Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2: Track 1,2; Basketball
1,2.4; Prom Decorating Committee 3; Class As-
sembly 3. Tom and Louis Show 3,4.







NANCY CASH MITCHELL
"Mitch"
September 20. 1946
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Patience and gentleness are the greatest forms
of power."
Nurses' Aide 1,2,3.4; Caribe Club 2.3,4: Torrid
Zone Wizards 1,2.3,4. President 4; Dramatics
Club 1,2.3.4. Vice-President 4: Thespians 2.3,4:
Pink Girls' 3; Girls' State 3: Thespian Plays 2.3;
Class Assemblies 3.4.






VALERIE ARLEAN MEANS
"Val"
October 11, 1946
Panama, Republic of Panama
"True value lies in the mind, the never-yielding
purpose.
National Honor Society 4; Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4:
Caribe Club 2.3.4: Pep Club 2. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1,3.4: Basketball 3.4; Softball 2,3,4.


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STEVE MORRISON
"Chopper"
November 11. 1946
Mount Vernon. Illinois
I can resist anything except temptation."


JAMES R. MOORE
"Jim"
September 19. 1946
Shreveport. Louisiana
"A happy heart makes a happy guy.
Football 1,2.3.4; Class Assembly 4.


HARRY WILLIAM MURRAY
"Stud"
December 16. 1945
Ancon, Canal Zone
"If worry is the cause of death, I'll live forever.


LAURIE MARGARET JONES MORALES
"Laur"
October 17, 1946
New Port. Rhode Island
"Sentences fail when one word is complete-
sweet.
Nurses' Aide 2.











WILLIAM JOHN NELSON
"Buzz"
October 17. 1945
London, England
"Chances for good luck should keep you en
thusiastic."


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ROGER KEN NOBLE
"Roger"
October 9, 1945
Amarillo, Texas
"It is the mind that makes the man."
Hominy High. Hominy. Okla.: Key Club 2:
Oklahoma State Honor Society 2. Cristobal High:
"21" Club 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 3: NSF
Scholarship 3; National Honor Society 4; Band
2,3.4: Class Assembly 4.





JUDITH ANN PALUMBO
"Judy"
July 13, 1946
Trenton, Missouri
"We are all better people for having known her."
Torrid Zone Wizards 3: Caribe Club 1.2.3.4,
Historian 3; GAA 2.3,4, Vice-President 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4, President 4: Cheerleader
3,4; Homeroom Representative 4: Dramatics Club
1.2.3.4: Thespians 2,3,4; Thespian Plays 1.2;
Chorus 2.3; Class Secretary-Treasurer 2; Execu-
tive Committee 3; Basketball "B" League 2.3,
"A" League 4: Volleyball "B" League 2,3. "A"
League 4: Class Assemblies 3,4.






VERONICA ROCHELLE NYE
"Roni"
June 6, 1941
Boston, Massachusetts
"Quiet manners, amiable ways, always sincere."






NELLIE GRAY PATTON
"Nel"
November 3, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She has a future full of treasures."
Caribe Club 2.3,4; French Club 3,4: Dramatics
Club 3.4; Nurses' Aide 1; Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1,2.3; Basketball 2: Prom Committee 3;
Class Assembly.





BARBARA RUTH O'NEAL
"Barbo"
February 7, 1946
Manchester, Georgia
"Good humor is wisdom and goodness combined."
Softball 1,2.3.4: Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball
2.3: Caribe Club 3.4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4:
Dramatics Club 5,4; Junior-Senior Prom Com-
mittee 3: Class Assemblies 3.4; Homeroom Repre-
sentative 4; Jamboree Committee 4.


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ILIA AURIS QUINONES ALEJANDROS
"Ellie"
August 4, 1947
Port Read. Trinidad, British. W.I.
"A personality that makes her everyone's friend
Antilles Consolidated School. San Juan. P.R.:
Cheerleader 5; Jolly Roger Pep Club 2,3; Junior-
Senior Play 5.





AIDA PEREZ
"Shorty"
October 3. 1944
Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico
"Good things come in small packages."
Clover Park High. Tacoma. Wash.: Student
Body Secretary I; Student Council Secretary
1.2.5. President 1.2,3: Prom Queen 2; Drill Team
Sponsor 1,2: Cheerleader 3.







WANDA GAILE RACHAL
"Wanda"
December 12. 1946
Alexandria. Louisiana
"A nature sweet, a disposition pleasant."








DONALD EDWARD PERRY
"Don"
July 25. 1945
New York. New York
"If you can sleep and pass, why stay awake?"
ROTC Efficiency Ribbon 2; First Place Platoon
3.





RAFAEL HUMBERTO RAMIREZ
"Ray"
October 29, 1946
San Juan. Puerto Rico
"He will succeed, for he believes all he says.
South Hills Catholic High, Pittsburgh, Penn.:
Rible Team I: Cross-Country. and School Track
Team 1. Cristobal High: Football 3,4. Lettered
3.4: Basketball 2.5,4: Olympics of Panama All-
Star Track Team 2,3.4; "C" Club 2.3,4: Class
Assembly 4.


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SIXTO ALEX RAMIREZ
"Big Al"
October 9, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A small man with a big heart."
Best Pt. Ldr. 3; ROA Medal 5: E. Company
Cmdr. 4.






WARDER CHARLES REDMAN
"Wardie"
June 29, 1946
Terre Haute. Indiana
"A helping hand he'll always lend;
A carefree lad, but a true friend."
"21" Club 2,3.4, Secretary. Assembly 3: Caribe
Club 1.2,3.4; ROTC Adjutant 4: Football Man-
ager 1; Class Assembly 3; Usher Guard 2.3,4.
Ass't Commander 4.






RICHARD FORREST RANKIN
"Taxi"
April 29. 1945

| "He says things his brain hasn't even thought
S of yet."
Class Assembly 4.






I LESLIE JEANNE RICHMOND
S"Leslie"
November 8, 1946
-" Ancon. Canal Zone
"Mild-mannered, without a worry in the world."
GAA 3.4; Girls' State 3; Nurses' Aide 1.2.3,4:
Caribe Club 1; Pep Club 1.






ROSEMARY REARDON
"Rosemary"
February 12. 1946
Washington, D.C.
"A jet-paced girl with an extra dash of per-
sonality."
Cheerleader 3.4. Captain 4; ROTC Battalion
Sponsor 4: GAA 2.53.4. Secretary 4; Caribe Club
3.4: Pep Club 1,2; Homeroom Alternate 1:; Girls'
State 3. Intramurals: Basketball 3.4: Volleyball
2.3,4, All-Stars 2; Softball 2. Prom Chairman 3:
Class Assembly 3: Caribbean Activities
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RICHARD ALLAN ROSCOE
"Ross"
January 1. 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"What is man but a happy mixture of devil and
saint.
Football 3: "C" Club 3.4: Prom Decorating Com-
mittee 3.






BERTRAM RONALD RIGBY
"Bert"
December 14. 1944
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Silence is the virtue of the wise."








MICHAEL FREDERIC RYAN
"Mike"
January 12. 1946
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Friendly. smiling; a nice guy to have around."
Track 3.4: Football 4: Basketball 3.4; Basketball
Intramurals 3.4: Soccer Intramurals 3.4: "C"
Club 3.4.


VAUDIE GAIL ROBINSON
"Vaudie"
August 19, 1945
Margarita. Canal Zone
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally
nice.
Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4: Thespians 3.4: Pep Club
1.2: Girls' State 3.


JOHN MILTON SANDERS
"Milt"
November 17. 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"A little work and mostly play
Blend together for a perfect day."
Baseball 3.4, Lettered 3.4: Football 3,4. Lettered
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SANDRA E. SHORE
"Sandy"
October 22. 1946
Ancon. Canal Zone
"She weaves silver threads into the fabric of
memory.
Nurses' Aide 3.4; Pink Girls 3: Pep Club 1:
Glee Club 2.3.








JAMES JOSEPH STEVENSON
"Big Red"
October 31, 1946
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
"His hopes are as high as his legs are long.'


GRANT WOODROW SMITH, JR.
"Woody"
September 19, 1946
San Antonio. Texas
"Of every noble work, the silent part is best."
Football 1.2,3.4, Lettered 3.4: Track 1.2.3,4; Base-
ball 3.4; Boys' State 3: Homeroom Alternate 4:
Band 1: "C" Club 2.3.4.







EDITH NAOMI STIEBRITZ
"Edie"
September 15. 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"The mildest of manner and the gentlest of
heart."
Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Softball 4; Band 1,2,
3.4: Orchestra 2.3.4: Nurses' Aide 3.4.


MELVIN JOHN SOWARDS
"John"
November 18. 1946
Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
"Life may be really earnest, but it sure is fun."


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SANDRA BEVERLY TORTORICI
"Sandy"
June 1, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
"She Nwas our queen, our rose, our star.
Intramurals 1.2: Torrid Zone W\izards 1.2.5;
Class Secretary 3: Girls' State 3: Prom Decor-
ating Committee 3; Class Assembly 3; Jamboree
Queen 4.





MARY JEAN STOUT
"Jeannie
October 28. 1946
Martinez. California
"A friendly companion throughout the day."
Latin Club 1,2; FHA 1: Pep Club 1: GAA 1:
Softball 4.








LORRAINE ELIZABETH UREY
"Raine"
November 14. 1946
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Brimming over with jests and quips;
Never a sad word on her lips."









KATHLEEN GALE SULLIVAN
"Kathi"
December 1. 1945
Los Angeles. California
"She walks in fashion wherever she goes.'
Bay Side High. New York, N.Y.: Journalism
Copy Editor 1. Cristobal High: French Club 3.4:
Drivers' Training Award 3; ROTC Company
Sponsor 4.





YVONNE G. WARD
"Bonnie"
October 4. 1946
Boston, Massachusetts
"The devil within, the devil without-
That's our Bonnie without a doubt."

Volleyball 1,2.3.4. All-Stars 1: Basketball 1.3.4.
All-Stars I: Softball 1.4: Girls' State 3: Banquet
Committee 3: Tennis 4.


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RUTH MACEL WASHABAUGH
"Mace"
January 5, 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"If she were a finer person, she wouldn't be
human."
Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 3. President
4.





WILLIAM P. WHITE
"Bill"
November 13. 1946
Portland. Maine
"There is more to me than you understand."
Dramatics Club 2.3.4; Thespians 3.4; Band
Letter 3; Co E Executive Officer 4; Drill Team
1; Thespian Plays 2,3,4.





KAREN LEE ANNE WASZAK
"Wazzy"
December 29, 1946
Salzburg, Austria
"Forward and frolic, glee was there
The will to do, the soul to dare."
Junipero Memorial High, Monterey. Calif: NEDT
Certificate 1; School Honor Society 1.2; CARD-
INAL Staff 1.2; Glee Club 1.2; Intramurals:
Basketball 2: Volleyball 1.2. Cristobal High:
Homeroom Representative 3; Girls' State 3: Class
Assemblies 3.4; Caribe Club 4: Intramurals:
Basketball 4: Volleyball 3.4: Softball 3.4; Ten-
nis 3; Caribbean Senior Editor 4: Tradewind
Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 4: National Honor
Society.


ALBERTA HELEN WILDER
"Al"
August 6. 1945
Brooklyn, New York
"A thing of beauty is a great joy."
Class Secretary-Treasurer 1; Prom Decorating
Committee 3; French Club 4; "21" Club Carni-
val Court 1.2.3; Homecoming Queen 4. Intra-
murals: Basketball 2.4; Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Soft-
ball 3.4.


SANDRA ELLEN WEIGLE
"Sandy"
December 20. 1945
Ancon. Canal Zone
"A delightful mixture of most everything that's
terrific."
Class President 1; SA Ass't Treasurer 3: SA
President 4; Cheerleader 3.4; Drill Team Spon-
sor 3: Girls' State 3; Class Assembly 3; "21"
Club Court 1.3; Homecoming Court 4; GAA
2.3.4; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Volleyball 1.2.3.4:
Softball 1.2.3.4.


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DONNA RAE WILLIAMS
"Donna"
March 11. 1945
Seattle. Washington
"Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye.
Girls' State 3: Dramatics Club 4: Rifle Team
2.3; Softball "A" League 2.3.


DAVID ARTHUR WILDER
"Wiley"
February 21. 1946
Boston, Massachusetts
"The deed I intend is great, but what, as yet.
I know not."
Baseball 2.3.4. All-Zone Baseball 3: Football
2.4. All-Stars 4; Basketball 1.3; "C" Club 2.3,4:
"21" Club 1.2,3.4: Homecoming Court 4.


JUDY ANN WILLIAMS
"Judy"
March 11, 1945
Seattle. Washington
"True and full of life-indispensable to her team.
Swimming Letter 3: GAA 2,3.4, Treasurer 4.


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Roger Noble
Donna Wong


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Greg Hakanson
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THE SWAMI SPEAKS
starring in "The Incredible Shrinking Girl." MARSHA COLLINS
As I look into my crystal ball, the smoke and mist clear, and I stars in "The Attack of the 50 Foot Woman." In Alfred Hitch-
see that which should not be known by mortal man. It is the cock's new production "The Sandfleas." JOAN McGLOIN is
future, in all its glory and hardship. bitten by a large sandflea beautifully portrayed by DON PERRY.
Ssee a woman sitting in a large house. It is a white house. As the show progresses. Biology teacher JOHN LASHER saves
Hail President SANDY WEIGLE! Due to the efforts of Con- CHS from sandsea attack by having the principal, played by
servative Senator from Arizona, TOM HEPPENHEIMER. and EMILY DIAL. install air-conditioning throughout the school.
ace ballot stuffer GREG HAKANSON, Sandy was unanimously I See that CAROL LaCROIX is a trapeze artist for Bamum
elected in the 1984 campaign. In her newly created cabinet posts and Bailey Circus. PRISCILLA COLLINS is a famous tree
are ROGER NOBLE, Secretary of Dodo Control: ROBERT surgeon in Ohio. and has many wealthy patients. KAREN
BURGENER. Secretary of Non-Alcoholic Beverages: JUDY WASZAK is a mattress tester at Macy's. NINA CHAPPELL
PALUMBO. Cashbox Secretary; and PEGGY MacCONNELL, is a landlady at the Spastic Arms Apartments. BARBARA
Secretary of Defense Against "The Birds." When the opposition BELCHER is teaching American Institutions at CHS.
leader. TAD CAMPBELL. asked, "Why do so many of the
President's cabinet members come from CHS?" Sandy's Press JUDY WILLIAMS has just received Coney Island in exchange
Secretary PIERRE LEIGNADIER replied. "Didn't Kennedy's for three billion books of Green Stamps. FRANK BORSELLINO
come from Harvard?" No more questions were asked after that. runs the Coney Island Roller Coaster. FRANK ENDER runs
the Parachute Jump: and VAUDIE ROBINSON collects the
Recently. BILL DOCKERY displayed his first-place gold Olym- tickets at the Wax Museum.
pic pole vault medal at the Paris World's Fair. The US Exhibi-
tion at this fair was designed by the world famous architect RENA and MAGALY ALAYON are advertising pep pills.
ROBERT MARTIN. Also on display was the Nobel Prize in Rena is the "before" and Magaly is the "after." JANIS BROGIE
Botany won by KENNY KARPINSKI for his development of a is their booking agent.
money tree.
money tree. In the field of medicine, many are active in research. NAOMI
CHARLES BIALKOWSKI and LOUIS McGOFF have gone KUNTZ has discovered a cure for hangovers. STELLA KUCI-
into the realm of the supernatural. They are investigating the KAS has cured SUE MATHEISON of her dreaded disease known
various forms of spirits, as Canal Zone Creepitis. SANDY SHORE has set the medical
profession back twenty years by discovering a cure for which there
VIRGINIA FARIS and ALICE LAY are in charge of the Ben is no disease.
Casey Hospital.
CHARLOTTE BIALKOWSKI has just received a gold cup for BETTY LEWIS and VICKI CLARK have just completed their
her winning entry in the Championship Cough-Drop Spitting Con- reenactment of that 1805 exploration of the Northwest U.S. by
test sponsored by the Twistin' Torso Music Company owned by what's their names. Their guide was JIM STEVENSON.
VALERIE MEANS. The judges of this contest were WARD TOM HICKEY has been lecturing on his famous Reduction Rule
REDMAN and AEX RAMIREZ. at Harvard where DENNIS IZQUIERDO is teaching an ad-
CHRISTINE BATH, Saskatchewan shoe saleswoman, is cur- vance form of Wilderite Mathematics, introduced by DAVE
rently advertising her wares in the New York Times, run by WILDER.
JANET HOVERSON. New York Times ace reporter NANCY BILL WHITE has just duped BUZZY NELSON into buying the
HOPKINS has just completed her greatest news-story: BILL Thatcher Ferry Bridge. BILL DeSALVO OK'd the sale because
ACHESON Overthrows Castro. one half of the profits went to himself since he's Governor of the
The tobacco industry is thriving with JOHN SOWARDS as Canal Zone. The other half went to LORRAINE CHAN. Presi-
head of Philip Morris Inc. IVAN KLOSOVSKY owns a tobacco dent of Panama.
farm on which BERTRAM RIGBY is Chief Tobacco Picker.
DONNA WILLIAMS and MARY STOUT are mountain
Transportation has interested many of our classmates. GEORGE climbers in the Himalayas. Their oxygen masks are manufactured
EVANS, car salesman, has just sold his 35th Put-Putmobile to by the RICHARD ROSCOE Gas Mask Company.
RAY RAMIREZ, international driving champion. A week ago.
ALBERT ARCIA finished his trip from Panama to Honolulu by Four of our girls have gone into the modeling profession.. AL-
car. His only trouble was a slightly flooded engine. MICHAEL BERTA WILDER is modeling elevator shoes. NELLY PATTON
BELANGER has invented automatic steering for cars. SOLO- models bobbysox. Mustache wax is the big thing on Broadway.
MON HERES is in charge of helicopter service between Maria and that's what WANDA RACHAL is modeling. JEAN HARD-
Chiquita and Coco Solo. CARL IZQUIERDO is the engineer WICK is selling model airplanes.
of the Coca Puff Special which travels between the two states of LORRAINE UREY. now in the WACS, is stationed in France
Hysteria and Confusion. REGIE LUM is in charge of the where DOMINIQUE DeREILHAC has completed his second term
caboose. of office as Prime Minister.
The Peace Corps has claimed three of our friends. NICKY
BROOKS is teaching the primitive people of Margarita how to BARBARA O'NEIL and VERONICA NYE have arrived in
boil water. GEORGE KANDRIN has begun to show the savages Los Angeles after flying around the world in seven hours using
of Coco Solo how to chew gum: and JOHN SANDERS is a fuel developed by the two millionaire chemists, AIDA PEREZ
striving to bring peace to violent Gatun by introducing the town and CHARLENE ACUFF. This speedy plane was designed and
to air-conditioning. built by those two lady engineers. BONNIE WARD and MACEL
In the field of art. JIM MOORE is designing platinum tooth- WASHABAUGH. BOB CORRIGAN'S gum held the plane
picks for the wealthy people of Balboa. LESLIE RICHMOND together.
is exhibiting her paintings to ROSEMARY REARDON, Holly- ED MARSHALL and LANCE CHESHIRE are deep sea
wood junk dealer; and NANCY MITCHELL is displaying her divers. They discovered $3.000.000.000 in Davy Jones' Locker.
sculpturings at the N.Y. Museum of Modern Trash at which but they had to give it to the Internal Revenue Service where
LAURIE MORALES is the director. EDITH STIEBRITZ is TERRY BRENNER is working as chief water-cooler inspector.
making a fortune by throwing paint on a canvas and calling it art.
BILL BRANDT is doing marvels with yellow and white paint. His MIKE WALSH is cleaning used DDT cans at DEBBY
work can be seen in the center of all Canal Zone roads. MEEKER's Insecticide Company. MIKE BARANICK is breed-
Hollywood has become the home of fourteen members of our ing insects.
class. CONNIE LASHER has just completed her 25th film con- ILIA QUINONES. Canal Zone lady lawyer, was hired to de-
ceming insanity. She's just mad about that subject. REINALDO fend WILSON YOUNG who was accused of stealing MIKE
BARRERAS is the head of 21st Century Fox and DONNA FURLO's solid gold roller skates. After a three month trial.
WONG is now under contract at his studios. BARBARA Del Wilson was sentenced to 15 years at Gamboa Penitentiary where
VECCHIO is starring in a new production of Cleopatra. STEVE KATHI SULLIVAN is the warden.
MORRISON plays Julius Caesar. MIKE RYAN plays Mark
Anthony. HARRY MURRAY plays Augustus Caesar, and Finally, ALEX HEPPENHEIMER is selling used crystal balls
DINGER RANKIN plays the asp. TONI-JO FOURNIER is to future Literary Editors of the Caribbean.






CLASS WILL
BILL ACHESON leaves his rabbit to anyone with enough carrots
to feed it.
RINA ALAYON leaves all her bobby sox to the 4th period gym
class.
ALBERT ARCIA leaves his gym shoes to Frank Vasquez.
REINALDO BARRERAS leaves.
MICHAEL BELANGER leaves empty seats everywhere for
Montague to fill them up.
CHARLES BIALKOWSKI leaves all his empty bottles to who-
ever thinks he can drink their contents.
CHARLOTTE BIALKOWSKI leaves the sponsorship of E Com-
pany to Nancy DeLapp.
WILLIAM BRANDT leaves his seat in typing class to anyone
who can type as many words per minute as he can.
ROBERT BURGENER leaves his abilities and memories to any-
one who wants them.
LORRAINE CHAN leaves her intellectual junk from her locker
to Catalina Lau.
NINA CHAPPELL leaves all her problems in G.A.A. to anyone
who can solve them.
VICKI CLARK leaves her ability to look at Corvairs to Skipper
Berger.
MARSHA COLLINS leaves her height to Orrin Clement, her
levis and sweatshirt to Virginia Austin. and her singing ability
to Amy Garcia.
ESTLLE DAVISON leaves her fabulous French accent to Luigi
Manlovani.
BARBARA DEL VECCHIO leaves her athletic ability to only
coordinated juniors.
LAURIE (JONES) DE MORALES leaves her ability to get
along with Mr. Beck to her brother Douglas.
BILL DE SALVO leaves his mechanical ability and his Ariel 500
Twin to Paul Washabaugh.
EMILY DIAL leaves her "I feel good" days and her one-track
mind to any junior who feels greatly in need of a healthy
diversion from normality.
WILLIAM DOCKERY leaves his pole vault position to Randy
Schroeder.
GEORGE EVANS leaves his "Caddy" to Ed Pugh.
VIRGINIA FARIS leaves her place in Advance Physics to her
sister Jane. and her place on all the dance committees to anyone
who will work hard.
TONI FOURNIER leaves all the ants in locker No. 5 who eat her
lunch to the next senior who gets it.
ALEX HEPPENHEIMER leaves his Classics to next year's Senior
English classes, his empty cigarette packs to all the underclass-
men who "borrowed" from him, and his class rank to Chris
Wrenn or Tom Jordan.
TOM HEPPENHEIMER leaves the Presidency of the United
States to Barry Goldwater, and the honor of being Mrs.
Heppenheimer to Karen.
TOM HICKEY leaves Senior English detention to Jon Jorstad.
NANCY HOPKINS leaves her honesty in trig class to Diogenes.
JANET HOVERSON leaves the mops in gym class to Janet Clute
DENNIS IZQUIERDO leaves his seat in trig to anyone who is
confused as he is.
GEORGE KANDRIN leaves his dirty football uniform to Cathy
Fitzsimmons.
KENNY KARPINSKI leaves his ability to do nothing better than
anyone else to "Toothy" McCullough.
STELLA KUCIKAS leaves all the "sapos" of good old CHS to
her sister Mariallenca.
NAOMI KUNTZ leaves Mrs. Fattorosi and her anklets to Bernie
Babinecz if she'll take them, and her ability to get along with
Mrs. Young to her brother Billy.
CAROL LA CROIX leaves her cheerleading position to Diane
Asbury and all the good times she's had to Bernie Babinecz.
knowing she will have just as many if not more.
CONNIE LASHER leaves room 349 to Bill Sachse.
ELIZABETH LEWIS leaves her place in the lunch hangout to
Suzanne Lider and CHS to her sisters Eleonor and Glenda.
PEGGY MACCONNELL leaves all that's behind her to any
junior girl in need of it.
ROBERT MARTIN leaves his ROTC profession and F Com-
pany to his brother Franklin.


AND TESTAMENT
SUE MATHIESON leaves her gigantic dandruff Ilakes to Pedro
Lasarte and the "Integrating Twins to Lou Mantovani.
JOAN MCGLOIN leaves her old shoe strings to Kathy O'Donnell.
VALERIE MEANS leases her senior subjects to Nancy Largent. if
she is willing or crazy enough to accept them.
DEBORAH MEEKER leaves her swimming abilities to all the
underclassmen.
NANCY MITCHELL leaves her place in the Thespian Society to
anyone who can fill it without having a nervous breakdown.
JIM MOORE leaves his place on the Blue Team to any sucker
who thinks lie has what it takes to play football.
HARRY MURRAY leaves two six-weeks' supply of passes to the
metal shop to Walter Thompson and his ability to ride a motor-
bike to any idiot who wants it.
BARBARA O'NEAL leaves her excellent math grades to Margaret
O'Neal, her musical talent to Pam Maedl. and her athletic
ability to Sara Palumbo.
JUDY PALUMBO leaves her laugh to the tender ears of CHS
students.
NELLIE PATTON leaves her ability to talk for hours to her
brother Warren.
AIDA PEREZ leaves all her callous typing fingers to the next
ROTC Office Assistant.
WANDA RACHAL leaves her messy locker to Blanca DeJesus
and Sharon Harvey. and the conceit she can't dig up to Lynn
Burleson.
RAY RAMIREZ leaves his football shoes to Jack Blair if he can
get into them and his starting block to anyone who wants it
because Coach Moser won't let him take it with him.
SIXTO RAMIREZ leaves his ability to play basketball to Laura
Russon.
RICHARD RANKIN leaves his hearse to Marsha Collins with
love and kisses.
ROSEMARY REARDON leaves her appetite to Nancy Del.app
and her cheerleading shoes to Judy Paulson.
WARD REDMAN leaves his officers hat to Drayton and all his
knowledge to Fred Ryan.
LESLIE RICHMOND leaves her seat in the orchestra to Dorothy
Harper and her violin to her sister.
VAUDIE ROBINSON leaves her ability to do nothing while work-
ing as doorman to Mary O'Donnell and anyone else who is
interested in taking it easy.
SANDY SHORE leaves her troubles to Adele Burns, sixth period
study hall to Richard Cooper. and the beach regretfully.
JOHN SOWARDS leaves his seat in Mrs. Smith's English class
to Harry Simons.
JIM STEVENSON leaves his flaming red hair to all the girls
in CHS.
MARY STOULT leaves Cristobal High School to all the un-
fortunate underclassmen who have one or two years more to go.
KATHI SULLIVAN leaves her marching ability to next year's
F Company sponsor.
SANDY TORTORICI leaves her position as Jamboree Queen to
Judy Paulson.
LORRAINE UREY leaves Mr. Bock and his homeroom to Cathy
Parker along with shorthand.
BONNIE WARD leaves her bobby sox to Diane Arington if she
happens to have Mrs. Fattorosi for gym next year and her place
at the picnic table to MilliePayne.
MACEL WASHABAUGH leaves her so-called laugh to Nancy
DeLapp and her seat in study hall to Tina DeSalvo.
KAREN WASZAK leaves her "flattering" nicknames to Bernie
Babinecz and her "PTA" meetings with a math teacher to Pete
Young.
SANDY WEIGLE leaves her cheerleading position to Marianne
Fields and all the fun during football season to Bernie. Sue. and
Diane to keep up next season.
ALBERTA WILDER leaves everything she can think of to Sue
Roscoe and Joanne Wilder.
DONNA WILLIAMS leaves a quicker and easier senior year than
she had to Judy Redmond.
JUDY WILLIAMS leaves to the GA.A. a mascot as faithful
as Robert.
DONNA WONG leaves her writer's cramp to next year's seniors.
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DIGNIFIED?


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CLASS OF 1965


Amelia Garcia
Vice-President


Diana Arington


Pamela Robertson
Secretary


Wallace Brians


Bernadette Babinecz


Diane Asbury


Miguel Cabezas
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Gayle Bruce
maisnwv_ _


Kathleen Christiansen










Orrin Clement


James Bedsworth


Adele Burms


Carla Chambers


Janet Clute


Jill Beech


Virginia Austin


Linda Benton


Maureen Charron


George Coleman


Janice Cheshire


Lillian Thomas
President


Ricardo Fong
Treasurer


Louis Austin


Susan Buss


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Ronald Collins












Yvonne Colon


Michelle Goguen

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Beverly Dreyer


Neal Compton


Lynn Egger


James Cook












Richard Cooper


Edna Forsythe












James Frost


Richard Hakanson

mmm=.....


Carl Izquierdo


Arlene Hannberg


Sharon Harvey


Violeta Fuentes


Blanche Jones












Dan Jones


Patricia Hogan


Thomas Jordan.
Page 53


Gayle Fettler




thy Fitzsimmons



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Cathy Fitzsimmons


Sharon Dobbs


Hilda Hotsko












John Hotsko


Jane Faris


Nancy DeLapp


Gary Geddes















Donald McCullough


MIN


Frederick Linck


Nancy Largent


Alice Link


Connie Latto


Karen McElroy











Luigi Montovani


Suzanne Roscoe


Cathy Parker


Marilyn Roth


Mildred Payne


Fred Ryan


Richard Livingston


Paula LeBreton

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Pancho Motta


William Sachse

'-y-**-'-'""'-


Bonnie


Carolina Lee


Naomi Mason


Suzanne Lider
Page 54


Catherine Redman


Mary O'Donnell











Ramon Otero


Robert Sanders


Judith Redmond


Ana Santos


Jon Jorstad




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Judith Paulson
Judith Paulson













Bill Smith


a Tiger


Ijta Tigert


Susan Soyster


Margo Stanley


Donna Vache










Carmen Valencia


Linda Stohrer


Robert Valentine










Franklin Vasquez


Warren Gregory


Donna Wertz


Leda Walbridge


Susan Wilferd


Joanne Walker


Vilna Williams





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Christopher Wrenn










Howard Young










Robert Zack


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You're not Cleo. Jack!


Give him a break. Vickie.


What happened to my GUM!


Really. George, two dates for one night?


Whatcha hidin' for. Dinger?


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Why so glum, Kathy?


Don't you think one is enough. Alex?
Page 56


I got that straight from the horse's mouth,
honest!


It's not that bad. Nancy


Billy's second
childhood


Really. Mr. Shipman. a Little Boy Blue you're not!


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BACK ROW. left to right: Lou Hilzinger. James Jones. Harry Dockery. Crispin Clark, Bernard Mans.
Matthew Baas. Joe Stephenson. CENTER ROW: Gisela Kam. Priscilla Morgan, Betty Jane Rief. Mark
Troseth. Linda Burza. Shirley Shipman, Linda Francis. John Bieschke. FRONT ROW: James Cronan.
Mary Torstenson. Virginia Green. Shirley Davis. Audrey Duncan, Rosilie Hewitt. Jayne Yocum, Diana
DeFrees. Renaldo Ng.


CLASS


BACK ROW, left to right: Tomas Benero. Charles Amato. Tom Coffin, John Blair. Carl Ender. Hollis
Griffon. Alfredo Lee .CENTER ROW: Mike Davila. Veronica Walker. Bill Montgomery. Teri Hand.
Jose Batista. George Bedsworth. Janine Bedsworth, Marc Page. FRONT ROW: Elizabeth DeSalvo.
Beverly Schleiffer. Carla Martinez, Christine Christiansen. Nancy Huldtquist, Lynn Perry. Patricia Fue.
Jose Vasquez.


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BACK ROW. left to right: Cindy Terwilliger. Paul Williams. Joe Fernandez. CENTER ROW: Dan
Austin. Leslie Highly. Louise Russon. Laurie Will. Dave Hutchinson. Mario Maffei. Ken Berstein.
FRONT ROW: Annabella Parsons. Marsha Hellmund. Carole Conn. Sherian Meeker. Joanne Wilder.
Pat Sims. Leslie Dugas.


OF 1966


BACK ROW. left to right: Terry Tobin. Joseph Berger. Elmer Hamor. Richard Hull. Kenny Del\'ecclio.
Peter Butz. CENTER ROW: Reimundo Pacheco. Claudia Clark. Mary Pope. Mary Clement. Margaret
Martin. Kathy Stevenson, Wayne Smith. FRONT ROW: Linda Hellmund. Carl Compton. Candy
Husband. Kerrie Schroeder. Rosy Donohue. Marie Geer. Robert Will. Juanita Mason


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BACK ROW, left to right: Skipper Currier, Sue Brennen. George Kredell. Ramon Baez. Doug Billison.
John Sullivan. Fred Ghent. Marcel Matamores. Pete McBride. CENTER ROW: Rick Brogie. Leslie
Van Dyke, Lynn Sawyer. Kathy Pennington, Sandy Edmundson. Esther Zimmerman. David Coffey. Mark
Paden. FRONT ROW: Karen Hammond. Rocio Cabezas, Blanca DeJesus, Rosa Tschumy. Barbara
Wagner. Sharon Bailey, Kathleen O'Donnell. Sandra Johnson.

SOPHOMORES


FRESHMEN


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BACK ROW. left to right: William Hanly, Leonard Huff. Jim Niles. Paul Menges. Juan Bernard. Anita
Vias. CENTER ROW: Roxie Tompkins. Dorothy Harper. Margaret O'Neil. Suzanne Smith. Johnnie
Kelly. FRONT ROW: Pam Maedl. Alexis Endara. Hilda Garcia. Rosalind Knight. Jean Williamson,
Nancy DeTore.


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BACK ROW, left to right: Billy Kuntz. Doug Smith, Kelly Clark. Brent Mitchell, Eric Ernest. Louis
Valencia. Bill Redmond. CENTER ROW: Sandy Waszak, Herve Triolet. Phillip Owen. Noreen
Metzgar. Susan Phillips. Gibby Hixon, Ada Fuentes. Dave Goguen. FRONT ROW: Andre lilies. Kathy
Scheibe. Maria Elena Kucikas. Cherry DeRaps. Pam Vache. Sharon Highley, Charlotte Winegart. Linda
Auban. Norma Stanley.



CLASS


BACK ROW. left to right: Jack Sanders, Vudy Kocib. Luis Antonopus. Tim Herring. James Carlson.
William Yorman. Marty Pope. CENTER ROW: Donna Wolfe. Lorine Sims. Myron Sandoval. Scot
Nordlund.James Borsellino. Merda Vasquez. Mary Kernont. FRONT ROW: Marianne Field. Joan
DeLapp. Pat Meeker, Ann Salazar, Rexene Ward. Sarah Palumbo. Elizabeth Herandez.


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BACK ROW, left to right: Leo Paulson. Robert Griffon. John Fettler, Juan Santos. Hank DeVoll,
Kathy Gegg. Delbert Clark. CENTER ROW: Eleonor Lewis. Eric Nicolaisen. Darnell Will. Tom Ryan.
Tom Cook. FRONT ROW: Linda Johnson. Irene Corrigan. Beverly Egger. Lois Sims. Catalina Lau.
Michiyo Murga.




OF 1967


BACK ROW. left to right: Edgardo Quinones. Julio Smith. Kenneth Bosely. Jon Coffin. Annibal
DeJesus. Wally Waddell. Dean Greer. CENTER ROW: Ralph Morales. Peggy Collins. Alice
Zimmerman, Joyce Van Dyke. Sharon Fusselman. Gloria Lelaidier. Harrell Parsons. FRONT ROW:
Gloria Stout. Elizabeth Quinones. Joyce Seeley. Dulce Bernard, Karen White. Chris Jackson. Donna Moore.


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Queen Sandy escorted by Micky MeElbone
and George Kandrin.


Go get em. Tigers. Our football queen.


Tiger Spirit? Down in my heart.


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AND COURT


PRINCESS JUDY PALUMBO escorted by
MICKY McELHONE.


PRINCESS SANDY WEIGLE escorted hy
JOHN SANDERS.


Princess Judy Palumbo, Marquise of the Gardenias. Keeper of
the Pearls. Daughter of the Evening, was wearing a sweeping
gown of French Royal Blue brocade. She was escorted by
Micky McElhone. Knight of the Golden Armor. Chief cleaner
of the uniforms, and Receiver of the Passes.
Princess Janet Hoverson. Governess of the Orchids. Keeper of
the Opal. Daughter of the Sunrise. wore a lovely gown of prim
rose yellow, with a lace bodice and chiffon skirt. She was
escorted by Kenny Karpinski. Master of the Fullback Slant.
Chief of the Sprained Ankles, and Defender of the Line.


PRINCESS JANET HOVERSON escorted
by KENNY KARPINSKI


PRINCESS CHARLOTTE BIALKOWSKI
escorted by DAVID WILDER.


Princess Sandy Weigle. Dutchess of the Magnolias. Keeper
of the Aquamarine, Daughter of the Sunset, was dressed in a
floor-length gown of metallic gold brocade. She was escorted
by John Sanders. Master of the Backs. Chief of the Water
Boys, and Master of the Bucketheads.
Princess Charlotte Bialkowski. Lady of the Water Lillies.
Keeper of the Emeralds. Daughter of the Noon-day Sun, wore
a stunning floor-length nylon and lace gown of deep midnight
blue She was escorted by David Wilder. Master of the
Forward Pass. Chief of the Bench, and Killer of Defense.


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QUEEN ALBERTA I AND COURT


LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Palumbo. Micky McElhone. Janet Hoverson. Kenny Karpinski. Tom Wilder.
George Kandrin. Queen. Alberta Wilder. Cheryl Evans. David Wilder. Charlotte Bialkowski. John
Sanders. Sandy Weigle.



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Lady Cheryl Evans. Keeper of the Dewdrops. Daughter of
Ihe Moon. wearing a dress of white embroidered cotton.
lady Cheryl was escorted by Squire Tom Wilder, Prince
of the Football Team, and Keeper of the Queen's crown.


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CHRISTMAS FORMAL


LEFT TO RIGHT: Roger Noble. Peggy MacConnell. Kenny Karpinski. Sue Mathieson. Robert Marlin.
Alberta Wilder. Alex Ramirez. Betty Lewis. Judy Palumbo. Mr. Paul Beck. George Kandrin. Rosemary
Reardon, Pierre Leignadier. Charlotte Bialkowski. Karen Waszak. Gregg Hakanson. Nancy Hopkins.
Nina Chappell. Ray Ramirez. Emily Dial. Alex Heppenheimer.


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R.O.T.C. BATTALION STAFF


Maj. Ward Redman. Capt. Greg Hakanson. Lt. Col Kenny Karpinski. Lt. Col. Rosemary Reardon. Maj
Frank Borsellino. Lt Col. Alex Heppenheimer. Camera shy. 1st Lt. Randy Schroeder.


R.O.T.C. SPONSORS


Diane Ashury. Rosemary Reardon. Charlotte Bialkowski. Kathy
Sullivan.


COLOR GUARD


Petlr Roira. Carl Izquirnlo. (huck Amato. Alfredo Lee Page 73







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R.O.T.C. DRILL TEAM


FOREGROUND: Drill Team Sponsor. Honorary Cadet Ist Lt. Diane Ashury: Drill Team Commander.
Cadet 1st Lt. Louis Austin.


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BACK ROW: Angel Rodriguez. Lou Hilzinger. Chuck Amato.
FRONT ROW: Alex Heppenheimer (Manager). Larry Christoph
(Co-Captain). Lance Cheshire (Co-Captain). Rudy Kocib.


No, Private. To guard the spon-
sors in case of fire or disorder
is not the first general order!


Where is your left shoe. kid?


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Is that a Mack truck on our front fender?


Wonder what he's dreaming of!


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S.A.


OFFICERS


The S. A. Officers are five
students elected by the student
body to encourage participation
in school activities and a friend-
lier relationship among students.


LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Schroeder (Vice-President). Orin Clement (Asst. Treas-
urer), Sandy Weigle (President). Diane Asbury (Secretary). Don McCullough
(Treasurer).


STUDENT


CABINET

The Student Cabinet consists
of representatives from each
homeroom who keep their home-
rooms informed on the activities
taking place at school. Their
sponsor-Mr. Bock.


SI' IING, lelt to right: Eleanor Lewis. Judy Palumbo. Bonnie Marquard. Nancy
Huldquist. Rosalie Hewitt. STANDING: William Hanley. Phillip Owen. Judy
Paulson. Robert Zcrk, Barbara O'Neal. Nancy Hopkins.


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ATHLETIC

COUNCIL


The Athletic Council is made up
of Student Association's Alternates.
Their job is to take care of the gates
at all the C.H.S. athletic contests.


SITTING, left to right: David Coffey. Sherian Meeker, Jill Beech. Mary Clement. Dorothy
Harper. STANDING: Thomas Heppenheimer, Pete Young. Mr. Gregg-sponsor. Ricky
Livingston, Grant Smith. Mathew Baas. Jon Jorstad. Wardy Redman. Jon Coffin.


NATIONAL

HONOR

SOCIETY

The highest honor that Cristobal
High School can bestow upon a
student is election to membership in
the Caribbean Chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society. Qualifications
for membership are character, lead-
ership, and service. Their sponsor is
Miss Anderson.


SITTING: left to right- Alex Heppenheiiner (Vice-President). Peggy iMaConnell
(Secretary). Judy Palumbo (President). Donna Wong (Treasurer). Lorraine Chan.
STANDING: Emily Dial, Thomas Heppenheimer. Robert Burgener. Ali Means.


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CARIBE






SsThe purpose of the
S Caribe Club, or the Future
R MTeachers of America, is to
promote a better under-
istanding of the teaching
SJprofession. Members are in-
vited to join, depending on
their scholastic ability.
Their sponsor-Mrs. Gegg.
FIRST ROW. left to right: Nancy Huldtquist, Rosalie Hewitt. Jane Faris (Historian), Marilyn Roth.
Pam Robertson. Judy Palumbo, Linda Burza, Nina Chappell, Karen Hammond. Nellie Patton. SECOND
ROW: Peggy MacConnell. Bernie Babinecz, Diane Asbury, Virginia Austin, Ginger Thomas. Rosemary
Reardon. Ruth Mason. Susan Wilferd. Nancy Hopkins. Barbara O'Nesl. Karen Waszak, Nancy
Largent. Margaret Martin Bonnie Marquard. Alice Lay. Virginia Faris (Sec.-Treas.). Carol LaCroix.
Lorraine Chan. THIRD ROW: Nancy Mitchell. Stella Kucikas. Alex Heppenheimer (President). Ricardo
Fong, John Cintron. Mario Maffei. Tom Coffin. Robert Zack, Reinaldo Barreras. Elmer Hamor. Mike
Davila, David Coffey. Frank Borsellino, Reinaldo Ng. Donna Wong (Vice-President), Valerie Means.











"21" CLUB






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

FIRST ROW, left to right): Leo Paulson. Don McCullough. Kenny Karpinski (President).
Ward Redman (Recording Secretary), David Wilder. SECOND ROW: Frank Borsellino.
Paul Menges, Mario Maffei. Jon Coffin, Peter McBride. THIRD ROW: Tom Coffin.
Michele Belanger. Jon Jorstad. Pancho Motta. Alex Heppenheimer (Corresponding Secretary).


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C.T.S.







Chi Theta Sigma, the "C" Club.
is composed of boys who have made
their letter in any one of the three
sports played in CHS: Football,
Baseball, and Track. Its sponsor is
Coach Moser.


FIRST ROW, left to right: Mickey McElhone. Orrin Clement (Secretary). Panco Motta.
Fred Ryan. Jon Jorstad. SECOND ROW: David Wilder. Dick Roscoe. Kenny Karpinski
(President).Don McCullough.Robert Burgener. Ray Ramirez. Woody Smith. THIRD ROW:
Dan Jones. Jack Blair. Chris Wrenn. Doug Billison. Gregg Hakanson. Fred Linck. George
Kandrin (Vice-President).


G.A.A.





The Girls' Athletic Association
is an exclusive sports club, com-
posed of only the girls who are
outstanding in sports. To become a
member, a girl must participate in
at least two all-star teams and be
among the top ten in the point
system. Its sponsor is Mrs. Fattorosi.


SITTING. left to right: Rosemary Reardon (Secretary). Judy Palumho (Vice-President).
Nina Chappell (President). Judy Williams (Treasurer). Carol LaCroix. STANDING:
Peggy MacConnell. Diane Ashury. Margaret Martin. Nancy DeLapp. Gayle Fettler. Sandy
WVeigle. Leslie Richmond. Janine Bedsworth. Amy Garcia. Ginger Thomas. Betty Lewis.
Bernie Babinecz.


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THESPIANS




An honor club for students who
S have excelled in the field of dra-
matics. Ten points is the require-
ments for membership. Their spon-
'J. \ sor-Mr. McEIroy.






SITTING, left to right: Nancy Mitchell. Connie Lasher (President). Judy Palumbo. Estile
Davison. Lorraine Chan (Secretary). STANDING: David Coffey, Freddy Nicolaisen,
Gregory Hakanson. Vaudie Robinson, Suzanne Lider. Reinaldo Barreras. Thomas Heppen-
heimer. Alex Heppenheimer.







DRAMATICS


CLUB


The Dramatics Club is 0
open to all high school stu-
dents interested in dramat-





FIRST ROW, left to right: Catalina Lau. Nancy Mitchell (Vice-President). Connie Lasher, Donna
Williams, Estlle Davison. Lorraine Chan. SECOND ROW: Alex Heppenheimer. David Coffey.
Reinaldo Barreras Suzanne Lider. Barbara O'Neal. Vaudie Robinson, Stella Kucikas (Sec.-Treas.).
Virginia Faris, Suzanne Smith. Margaret O'Neal. Judy Palumbo. Ada Fuentes. Maria Kucikas. Ricardo
Fong. Mrs. Stohrer-sponsor. THIRD ROW: Freddy Nicolaisen, Gregory Hakanson. Bruce Flora.
Rosalind Knight. Sherian Meeker. Suzanne Thomas. Jama Acuff, Cheryl DeRap. Esther Zimmerman,
Thomas Heppenheimer. Sandy Waszak. Frank Borsellino. Luigi Manlovani. Kenny Bernstein. Carl Ender.
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PLAYS


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Scene from "Our Town.


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Quill and Scroll is the Inter-
national Honorary Society for
High School journalists. Those
chosen for membership have
demonstrated fully that they
merit the award through high
scholarship, journalistic achieve-
ment and service. Their sponsor
-Mr. Hopson.


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LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Hoverson. Karen Waszak. Donna Wong. Nancy Hop-
kins. NOT PICTURED: Alex Heppenheimer.


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SITTING. left to right: Margaret Martin. Connie Lasher (Vice-President). Nancy Mitchell
(President). Nina Chappell. Lorraine Chan. STANDING: Alice Lay, Marilyn Roth. Pamr
Robertson. Alex Heppenheinter. Reinaldo Barreras. Elmer Hamor. Tom Coffin. Bill Mont-
gomery. Tom Heppenheimer. Margaret O'Neal, Mary Clement. Janet Hoverson.







LE CERCLE


FRANCAIS ^


The French Club organized re- .
cently is one of the first language
clubs to be started in our school.
At the meetings members are asked
to give lectures in French about
French culture. French is spoken at / A
all meetings. To be a member you
must have taken two semesters of
French with a "B" average.
SITTING. left to right: Patsy Hogan, Kathi Sullivan. Alberta Wilder. Estlle Davison (Secre-
tary). Lorraine Chan. STANDING: Dominque DeReilhac. Pat Fue. Michele Belanger.
(Historian). Sue Mathieson (President). Luigi Mantovani (Vice-President). Nellie Patton.


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NURSES'


AIDE CLUB


The Nurses' Aide Club
is a club which is open to
high school girls who are
interested in future careers
in nursing. Sponsors-Miss
McLimans and Mrs. Young


FIRST ROW. left to right: Joanne Walker. Beverly Drever. Miss McLimans (Sponsor). Amelia Garcia
(Treasurer). Christine Christiansen (Secretary). Macel W\ashabaugh (President). Virginia Fairs (Vice-
President). Jane Faris (Historian). Estlle Davison. Alice Lay. Pat Sims. SECOND ROW: Lynn Perry.
Sandy. Edmonson. Candy Husband. Anita Viaz. Carmen Valencia. Mary Clement. Rosalie Hewitt. Cheryl
DeRap. Charlene Acuff. Linda Burza. Sue Brennen. Maureen Charron. Ruth Mlason. Violeta Fuentes.
Mary Tortenson. Pat Feu. Gloria Snow. Lorraine Chan. THIRD ROW: Toni Fournier. Sandy Johnson.
Edith Stiebritz. Barbara Wagner. Lita Tigert. Diana DeFreez. Rocio Cabezas. Leda Walhridge. Kathy
Christiansen. Elizabeth DeSalvo. Kathy O'Donnell. Beverly Schleiffer. Linda Stohrer. Cathy Fitzsimmons.
Margo Stanley. Annabelle Parsons. Valerie Means. Alice Link. Nancy Largent. Priscilla loragn.
FOURTH ROW: Mary O'Donnell. Kathy Gegg. Margaret Martin. Sherian Meeker. Ktkhy Pennington.
Sharon Harvey. Mary Pope. Cathy Parker. Veronica Walker. Sandy Sliore. Joan McGloin. Leslie
Richmond, Shirley Shipman.


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The Pink Girls is a group
of girls from the Nurses'
Aides that work at Coco
Solo Hospital during the
summer. They are placed in
different wards throughout
the hospital and are rotated
through these wards as the
summer progresses. The
work is completely volun-
tary and much knowledge
is gained of the nursing
profession.


FIRST ROW. left to right: Lorraine Chln. Ameli.i Gar(.i (Trea urer). Be erlv Drever. Christine
Christiansen (Secretary). Macel \Vashabaugh (President). Virginia Faris (Vice-President). lane arns
(Historian). Estlle Davison. Alice Lay. SECOND RO\: Edith Stiehritz. Lynn Perry. Rosalie Hewitt.
Sandy Edmonson. Mary Clement. Carmen Valencia. Sue Brennen. Ruth lMaon. Priscilla Morgan. Katrl
O'Donnell. Mary Torstenson. Pat Fue. Pat Sims. Margo Stanley. THIRD ROW: Diana DeFreez. Leda
Walbridge. Rocio Cabezas. Mary O'Donnell. Margaret Mlartin. K,thy Christiansen. Sharon Harver. loan
McGloin. Leslie Richmond. Veronica \Valker. Alice Link. Shirley Shipman. Cathy Fitzsimnmons. Linda
Stohrer, Beverly Shleiffer. Annabelle Parsons. Elizabeth DeSalvo Page 85





CLASS


The Cristobelles


In Living Color


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"Long. Tall Texan"


The Hootenanny Finale


"Al Di La"


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ASSEMBLIES


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FIRST ROW. left to right: Tad Campbell. Tom Heppenheimer. Bill
Dockery, George Evans, Jim Stevenson, Dominique de Reilhac. Mickey
McElhone. George Kandrin. David Wilder. Ray Ramirez. Jim Moore.
Mike Ryan. Bob Burgener. Woody Smith.
SECOND ROW: Pancho Motta. Joe Stevenson. Chris Clarke. Skip
Berger. Chris Wrenn. Don McCullough. Orrin Clement. Mike Sullivan.
Jon Jorstad, Wally Brians, Dan Jones. Pete Young. Bill Smith. Howard
Favorite.




FOOTBALL


LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Moore. 140 Ibs.. QB: Doug Billison, 174 Ibs.. E; Mickey McElhone. 150 lbs..
E; Jack Blair, 172 Ibs.. E; Bob Burgener. 155 Ibs.. E: George Evans. 140 lbs.. G: Dan Jones. 175 Ibs.,
T; George Kandrin. 155 lbs.. C. Team Captain; Woody Smith, 184 Ibs.. T: Wally Brians, 139 lbs.. HB:
Skip Berger. 167 lbs.. C; Ray Ramirez, 138 Ibs.. HB; Wayne Holz-claw. 206 Ibs.. G: Bill Dockery.
140 Ibs.. E.


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TEAM


THIRD ROW: Leo Paulson. Bill Hanly. Wayne Smith. John Morin,
Elmer Hamor. John Sullivan. Robert Thomas. Robert Will. Jim
Cronan. Tom Coffin. Jack Blair, Doug Billison. Dana Hughes.
FOURTH ROW: Ken Karpinski. John Sanders. Deen Greer. Doug
Smith, Mike Filzpatrick. Jack Sanders. Louis Valencia, Eric Ernest.
Wayne Holtz-claw, Annibal DeJesus. Brent Mitchell. Dennis Forsgren.
Walter Thompson.


LETIERMEN The 1963 Season


LEFT TO RIGHT: David Wilder. 145 Ibs.. HB: Orrin Clement. 129 Ibs.. QB:
Don McCullough. 140 Ibs.. HB: Chris Wrenn. 160 lbs. G; Jon Jorslad. 170 lbs.
T; Pancho Motta. 175 Ibs., G-C: John Sanders. 145 lbs.. HB: Ken Karpinski.
165 Ibs.. FB.


Jamboree, Sept. 27: C.H.S. 33, C.Z.C. 6,
B.H.S. ,. S.D.A.C. 0
October 4
Cristobal 40 -.......................Schools Div. A.C. 0
October 11
Cristobal 6 -.................................C.Z. College 6
October 18
Cristobal 55--..-.... ............................ Balboa 13
October 25
Cristobal 13........................ Schools Div. A.C. 0
November 8
Cristobal 6................................C.Z. College 21
November 15
Cristobal 13......... ........... ...............Balboa 0

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men ever to play football in the Canal Zone.
Although he weighs only 129 pounds, many times
during this past season he outplayed rival quar-
terbacks who were much heavier.
He is a very versatile man and can both run
and pass. His rushing average is 6.0 yards per
carry, a record which few quarterbacks anywhere
can match, and he is an accurate passer, both on
long passes and short passes. His completion
record is 56.2%, an average which places him up
among the best of the nation's passers. His ability
on offense is shown by the fact that during the


past season he personally accounted for gains
totalling 1050 yards and a total of 73 points.
He was chosen as quarterback for the All-Zone
team made up of the eleven best Zone players,
and was the only Cristobal player to be chosen
unanimously. He quarterbacked the All-Stars in
the Palm Bowl and led them to victory over
Canal Zone College for their first victory since
1958.
Best of all, he was a Junior this past season
and thus has another year to play for the Tigers.


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FRONT ROG: Jon Jorstad. Remundo Pacheco. Bob Montesclaros, Richard Hull. William Hanley.
Thomas Benero. Fred Ryan. Jack Sanders. CENTER ROW: Ralph Morales, Mike Ryan. Bob Burgener.
Like Baranick. Ray Ramirez. Reginaldo Lum, David Wilder. Bill Dockery. Bill Acheson. John Sanders.
Coach Moser. BACK ROW: Mike Sullivan. Chris Wren. Mark Troseth. Matthew Baas. John Fettler.
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SEATED: Richard Hakanson. Skipper Berger. Wally Brians. Jack Sanders. David Wilder. Mickey
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JUNIOR


VARSITY


KNEELING: Julio Smith. Jose Vasquez. Jim Cronan, Eric Ernest. Ronnie Robertson. STANDING
Reimundo Pacheco. Leslie Hilhlev. Tom ('offin. Bob Sanders. Chris Wrenn.


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SITTING: Karen Waszak. Naomi Kuntz, Betty Lewis, Rosemary Reardon, Nancy
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1964
CARIBBEAN



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Dedication


5


In Memoriam


6


AaministraKon


7


Faculty


8


Seniors


11


Hall or Fame


35


Class Prophesy


48


Last Will and Testament

Juniors ....


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Underclassmen


57


Activities


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Clubs _.


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Sports


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Advertisements


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TIGER SPIRIT





DEDICATION





Mrs. Veva Folsom



Because you have been an inspiration
and a help and because you have devoted
your time and talents to helping the
Student Association, we dedicate the
1964 Caribbean to you, Mrs. Folsom.



IN MEMORIAL




Kenny Sanders was a member of the class of '63. His
memory is cnerishea by fiis classmates ana numerous
friends in CHristobal High School.



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ADMINISTRATION



PAUL L. BECK. MA.

University of Michigan
Principal




CARL F. MAEDL. MA.

ColuniDia University
Assistant Principal






EVELYN JEAN BREWER

Assistant Secretary



MARION B. TAYLOR, B.S.

Syracuse University
Secretary



CLAUDIA M. LAWTON

Assistant Secretary



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FACULTY



ADAMARY ANDERSON. MA.
University of Michigan
Girls' Counselor

EDWARD A. KELLY, M.Ed.

University of Miami
Boys Counselor

G. L. ARMSTRONG. MA.

New Mexico Highlands University
World History. English





ROBERT BERGER. B.A.

Michigan State University
Social Studies

RICHARD W. BOCK. M.Ed.

University of Houston
High School Math

SERGEANT CHARLES M. BREWER
R.O.T.C.



JO ANN CARR. MA.

University of Alabama
Junior HigK Math

VIRGINIA M CONDINA. B A.

Hunter College of the City of New York
Pnysical Education, Health

VEVA FOLSOM. MA

Colorado Stale College

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JUNE FATTOROSL MA.

University of Soutnem Mississippi
Physical Education

WILLIAM J. GANSEN. MA.

University of Michigan
History. Math

ANNE D. GEGG. M.S. in Ed

Cornell University
French. Latin. Spanish












EUGENE T. GREGG. MA.

University of Colorado
U. S. History

REX C. HOPSON. MA.

Peabody Teachers College
English. Journalism

ROBERTO lAEN I. I) L.

University of Madrid
Spanish



EDWIN KOZIOL. B A.

Michigan State University
Social Studies. Art

ETHEL LAURIE. MA.

New York State University
Math

DOUGLAS LITTON. M.S.

Mississippi State University
Physical Education. Health






ALFHILD MAEDL. B A.

Gustavus Adolpnus College
English

BERNARD MAZZONI. M.Ed.

Pennsylvania Slate University
Math

ROBERT McCLILLOUGH. M.A.

Colorado Stale University
Social Studies



PHIL McELROY. MA.

Fresno State College
History, English

CAPTAIN CARL MERLINO, B.S.

University or Pennsylvania

RO.T.C.

ROBERT MOWERY. M.S.

Indiana State University
Industrial Arts





JAMES NORMAN. M.S.

Oregon State University
Biology

LUKE PALUMBO, B.S.

Northwest Missouri State College
Science

GRACE PFAU. M.A.
University of Minnesota
Reading



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JAMES H. PFAU. MA.

University of Minnesota
CKemistry

CHARLES T. REEVES. M.A,

Arizona State University
Science, Matn

S1ELLA Rir-KKOHL. MA

Columbia University
Spanish



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Illinios State University

Special Education, Social Studies

ROBERT F. SHIPMEN. M.S.I.E.

Purdue University
Industrial Arts

DORCXmY SMITH. MA.

Univeristy of Denver
English



FRANK B. SPITZER. B.S.

East Carolina College
Science, Math

JAMES E. STEARNS. M.A.

University of Florida
Spanish

FREDA L. STOHRER. M.A.

University of Tennesse
English





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HARRIETT YOUNG. Ph.D.

Louisiana State University
English



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CLASS OFFICERS




PRESIDENT

ALICE AGNES LAY

"Alice"
Decemter 26. 1Q45
Hong Kong
A timeless worker the whole day long. Her life's
in tujie like a joyful song."

National Honor Society 4: National Thespian
Society 3: Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4. Secretary 2.
Treasurer 3: Dramatics Glut 1.2.3.4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 2.3.4. Secretary 3: Carifce Glut
1.2.5.4: Girls' State 3: Glass Vice-President 3;
Glass President 4; Prom Decoration Gommittee
Ghairman 3: Pink Girls Program 2.3: Tennis 3;
Class Assemhiies 3.4.



VICE-PRESIDENT

FRANK BORSELLINO. JR.

Frank
Augest 3. 1946
Ancon. Ganal Zone
Quiet and shy. but quite a guy.

Homeroom Alternate 1: Drill Team 2.3: Best
Drill Team (Field Night) 3; Caribe Glub 1.2.5.4:
"21" Glub 3.4: Glass Vice-President 4.





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SECRETARY

DONNA ANN WONG

"Do-nut

April 2. 1946

Golon. Republic of Panama

" Quick, studious, dependable a real credit to

the senior class.

NEDT Gertificate 1.2: Band 1.2.5; Orchestra
1.2.3: Torrid Jone Wizards 1.2.3.4: Garibe Glub
1,2.3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 3. Vice-President 4:
Athletic Council President 3: Ring Gommittee 3:
Prom Table Decorations 5: SA Vice-President 3;
Dramatics Club 1.2.3,4: Secretary 2: Nurses
Aide 1.2,5: Historian 2: Glass President 2;
Class Secretary 4: National Honor Society 3,1,
Treasurer 5.4: Glass Assemblies 3,4.



TREASURER

MARGARET ANNE MacGONNELL

"Peggy"
September 16. 1046
San Angelo. Texas
"Success is the key to happiness

Balboa High. Balboa Heights. C.Z. ; Intramurals:
Volleyball^: Basketball 1.2: SA Representative
1.2: Caribe Club 1: FrosbSopb Frolic Gommittee
1 ; Mythology Glub 1 : Sadie Hawkins Dance
Conmiillee 2. Queen "Daisy Mae" 2: Showcase
Committee 2: A-V Award 2: Honor Student
Award 1.2. Cristobal High: Banquet Com-
mittee 3: GAA 5.4: National Honor Society
5.4. Secretary 4: Gids' Stale 5. Secretary of
State 4; Glass Treasurer 4: Cards 6 Announce-
ments 4.






MAGALY ALA YON

"Magaly"

May 4, 1946

Caguas. Puerto Rico

The more you Know Iier. tne more you like Ker."

Indiana High School, Indiana Penn: All-Star
Basketball. Volleyball, Softball 3. Cristobal
High: Basketball "A" League 4: Caribbean
Staff 4: Tradewind Staff 4. ^



WILLIAM S. ACHESON

Bill-
September 8. 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
A friend to all who know him."

Soccer Champs 1 ; Boys' State 5.




RINA ALAYON

' Rina
May 4. 1946
Caguas. Puerto Rico
Always happy always gay. Just as nice from
day to day."

Indiana HigK ScKool, Indiana. Penn: GAA 3:
Al!-Star Pin and Badge 5. Cristobal High:
GAA 4; Baskelhall "A" League 4; Carihhean
Staff 4: Tradewind Staff 4.




CHARLENE RUTH ACUFF

Chinky'
June 20. 1946
Maryville. Tennessee
Friendliness is her passion.'

Benton High School, Benton, Tenn: FHA 1;
Band 1 : Orchestra 1 : Flute Trio 1 Boones
High School, Jonesboro, Tenn: FHA 2.3; Band
2: French Club President 2: French Award 2;
French Club Reporter 3; Bar Trocfcs Staff 2;
Free America Club 3: Beta Club 3: Typing
Award 3 National Honor Society 4,



ALBERT ALEXANDER ARCIA
"Al"

November 12, 1946
Colon, Republic of Panama
He goes around with both feel planted firmly
in the air."




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REINALDO BARRERAS. JR.

Baldo

December 23. 1946

Humacao. Puerto Rico

Politeness is to do and say the nicest things in

the nicest way."

Caribe Club 1,2.5.4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3.4;
Dramatics Club 2.5.4; Thespian Play 4; Class
Assembly 4. National Honor Society 4.



BARBARA JANE WHITE BELCHER

Barbara
June n. 1959
HoILrook. Long Island. New York
She lives at peace with all mankind.



CHRISTINE ANN BATH

"Chris"

Octoher 3. 1946

Ancon, Canal Zone

The female of the species is more deadly than

the male."




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amurals: Volleyball 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.3:
Swimming Team 3: Girls' Drill Team 1; Christ-
mas Formal and Awards Ball Decorating Com-
mittees 1 .3,4.



CHARLES VINCENT BIALKOWSKI

Charles
October 20. 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
A success in all he does."

"21" Club 1.2,5.4; Outstanding MI Medal 1;
Highest Average Ml. 3rd on Final Exam 1 ;
Usher Guard 2; 2nd Prize "21" Club Essay 2.




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JEAN PHIUP MICHEL BELANGER

"Mike"
March 14. 1946
Colon. Republic of Panama
"A quiet, likeable lad."

Outstanding French Student 2: French Club 5.4;
21 Club 5.4; Homeroom Alternate 5.




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JANIS iVIARlE BROGIE

"Janis"

May 19, 1946

Ctiicago. Illinois

Bubbling over with love, life, and laughter."

Baltoa High, Balboa Heights. C.Z. : GAA 2:
Basketball 1.2.44: Volleyball 1,2.5: Ping Pong
1.2; Pan-American Club 1,2: Pep Club 1.2:
Carnival Dance Committee 1 : Fashion Show 1 :
Get-Acquainted Dance Committee 4: Tomorrow's
Secretaries 4: Secretary of Center Lab for
Teachers 4.



CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA BIALKOWSKI

Charlie

October 20. 1946

Margarita. Canal Zone

She s sparkle and spice and everytking nice."

Intraniurals: VoIIeyLall 1 .2.3.4 ; Basketball 1 .3 ;
Softball 1.2; Tennis 5. ROTC Company Sponsor
4 ; Homecoming Court 4.




NICHOLAS EDWARD BROOKS

"Nicfc"

April 13, 1946

Margarita, Canal Zone

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

Football 1: Basketball 1: Track 1: Prom De
rating Committee 5: Homeroom Alternate 4.



WILLIAM JEFFREY BRANDT

"Bill-
November 23, 1946
Daytona Beach, Florida
"Silence is deep and eternal.



ROBERT ROY BURGENER
"Bob"
March 11, 1946
LaCross. Wisconsin
I am myself, my own commander."

"C" Club 3,4: "21" Club 3,4; National Honor
Society 4; Football 4; Teruiis 1,2,3,4; Basketball
5,4.








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GEORGE D. CAMPBELL

"Tad"

Novemtier 17. 1945
W''obom. Massachusetts
"Time is out the btream I go fisning in.

Track 1: Basketball 1 ; Football 3,4; Homeroom

Ailernale 2.



VICTORIA RAE CLARK

"Vicki"

November 22. 1946

Rupert, Idabo

"Things that are small have great value.

Leavenworth High. Leavenworth Kan.: Home-
room Representative 1; Pep Club 1. Cristobal
High: Nurses" Aide 2.5: Softball 2: Volleyball
3.4; Prom Committee 3; Carihhean Stan 4.




LORRAINE FLORENCE CHAN

"Lorraine

September 9. 1 946

Colon. Republic of Panama

'A modest proof of thai happy blend a scholar

and a friend.

Nurses* Aide 1.2.3.4; Dramatics 1,2.5.4; Caribe
Club 1.2.5.4; Torid Zone Wizards 2.3.4; Pink
Gids 1.2.3: National Honor Society 3,4; Na-
tional Thespian Society 3.4; Le Cercle Francais
3.4: Pep Club 2.




MARSHA ELAINE COLLINS

"Colly"

September 1 9. 1 946

Kingston. North Carolina

The fairest of the tall, and the tallest of the

fair.

Rockland High. Rockland. Maine: Future Nurses
of America I: FHA I; Chorus 1.2: Kippy Kar-
naval Committee 1 ,2 : Commercial Service Club
1.3: Softball 3; Assembly 4.



NINA LEE CHAPPELL

"Ni"

September 21. 1946
Eustis. Florida
She always scores, both in sports and person-
ality.

GAA 2.3.4. President 4: Intramurals 1,2.3.4;
Tennis Letter 2.3; Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3.4;
Caribe Club 2.4 ; Prom Committee 3.





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ESTLLE HARRIET DAVISON

Davey"
November 10. 19-45
Ancon, Canal Zone
Happiness and sunshine are her mottos."

Dramatics Glut 1.2.3.4: Nurses' Aide 1.2,5.4-
Pink Girls 2.4: Pep Club 2: Thespians 3,4; Girls'
State 3: Le Gercle Francais 3.4.



PPRISCILLA yiGTORIA COLLINS

Priscilla

September 7. 1946

Margarita. Canal Zone

The beauty of heaven is the stars Priscilla's

is her eyes."

Balboa High. Balboa Heights. C.Z.: Pep Club
1.2: Pan-American Club 1,2.3: Trible "C" Club
1.2.3. Intramurals. Basketball and Volleyball 1,2.



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BARBARA ANN DEL WiCCHIO

' Barbara"
January 17, 1947
Brooklyn, New York
Full of vim. vigor, and vitality."

Pink Girls 1.2,3,4; Nurses' Aide 1,2,3.4; Dra-
matics Club 3; Intramurals 1,2.3,4: Class Assem-
bhes 3.4; Prom Committee 3: Chorus 1.2; Pep
Club 2.



ROBERT OWEN CORRIGAN
"Bob"
June 16, 1944
Panama, Republic of Panama
"Education is the breath of life, but I'm short-
winded."




DOMINIQUE JEAN-RAYMOND

ROUX DE REILHAC

Dominique

August 29, 1945

Paris XVIII, Seine, France

The sort of friend everyone wants to have.

Ecole Ozanam: French Literature Award 1;
National Science Award 2: Soccer 1,2; Basket-
ball 1.2: Equitation 1.2: Track 1.2: Handball
1,2: Rifle Team I. Cristobal High: Soccer 3;
Basketball 5: Track 3.




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WILLIAM P. DE SALVO

"Wapo"
November 22, 1945
Oyster Bay. New York
Don t let study interfere with education."

Drill Team 1,2: Rifle Team 1.2; Drill and Rifle
Team Ribbon 1,2; Service Merit Ribbon I 2-
Efficiency Ribbon 1,2; CHS "AMA" Club 4.



FRANK EDWARD ENDER

"Franic"

November 2, 1946

Margarita, Canal Zone

"Whoever invented work should have finished it."

Football 2.



EMILY DIAL

"Emily"

March 6, 1946

Granite. Oklahoma

Honor and knowledge alone can merit alone

can produce."

LaGrange Senior High, Lake Charles, La.: Girls'
Interscholastic Basketball Team 1,5; National
Junior Honor Society 1 Vice-President I ; Spanish
Club 5; InterscholasKc Rally 1.2; Band 1,2,3.
Cristobal High: National Honor Society 4; Na-
tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Drama Club 4:
Class Assembly 4.




GEORGE W. EVANS

"George"

November 14. 1946

Margarita. Canal Zone

Very quiet and unassuming

Weighty plans his mind is brewing.'



WILLIAM RUDOLPH DOCKERY

"Doc"

January 11. 1945

Margarita, Canal Zone

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

about it."

Track 2.5.4; Football 4; "C" Club 2: Rifle Team
2.5,4; Most Improved Shooter 2,5; Rifle Team
Medal 2.5.




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MICHAEL ANDREW FURLO

"Wop"

November 20. 1946

Granville, New York
' Happy am I. from care I m free:
Why can't ihey all Le contented like me?"

HorseKeads Central HigK. HorseKeads. N.Y. :
Tennis 1. A.C. Flora Higk School. Columbia.
S.C. : Coin Club 2; Bridge Club 2: Senior
Chorus 1,2. Cristobal High: Class Assembly 4



VIRGINIA MAE PARIS

Ginny
MarcK 25. 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
Always there to lend a hand
When the situation may demand.

Nurses' Aide 1.2.3,4, Historian 3. Vice-President
4; Pink Girls Program 1.2.3: Carifce Glut 1.2.5.4.
Secretary -Treasurer 4 ; Dramatics Club 1 .5.4 ;
Girls State 3 : Prom Decorating Committee 5 ;

Class Assemblies 3.4.



GREGORY LOUIS HAKANSON

"Hak"
September 23. 1945
Margarita. Canal Zone
lives, loves, and laughs his way through





"He
life.'



Baseball 2,3,4, Most Valuable Player 3: Football
1.2: Track I: Class Assembly 3: Dramatics Club
4; Thespian Play 4.



TOM JO FOURNIER

Toni

December 24, 1946

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania

It is better to be small and cast a great light

than to be large and not shine at all.

Upper St. Clair High. Pittsburgh. Penn.: FTA
1 ; Homeroom Treasurer I : Drama Club 2;
Rehobotn. Massachusetts. State and Regional
Speech Festival 2. Cristobal High: Nurses Aide
4; Class Assembly 4.



ELIZABETH JEANE HARD WICK

Jeanie
February 5. 1946
She lives at peace with all mankind.

Chess Club 2; Nurses' Aide 2.3,4; Basketball 2."



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ALEXANDER GEORGE HEPPENHEIMER

"Alex"

January I, 1947

New York, New York

The highest ot distinctions is service to others."

National Honor Society 5.4, Vice-President 4:
FTA 1,2,3,4, President 4; "21" Club 5.4. Secre-
tary 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,5.4: Thespians 5,4,
Plays 2,5,4: Torrid Zone Wizards 5,4: Homeroom
Alternate 2,5; Inaugural Assembly 2,5,4: NEDT
Certificates 1,2: Boys' State 5: NSF Scholar-
ship 3; ROTC Battalion XO, Major 4: Drill
Team 2: Usher Guard 1.2,5,4. Comdr 4: Rifle
Team 2.3.4. Mngr 4; DA. Superior Cadet 2.5:
Governor's Cup 5: Highest Average 2.5: Ring
Committee 3: Executive Committee 5.4: Class



3.4;



' radeif ind



Staff



Top



Assemblies

Caribbean Literary Editor 4: Quill and

Scroll 4: T.F. Bridge Dedication 5; NCTE Nom-
inee 5; Ldrshp School Dist. Grad. 3.4.

THOMAS JOHN HICKEY

"Tom

June 2, 1946

Ancon. Canal Zone

Your Dig trouble is that you have too

inhibitions."

ROTC Outstanding Cadet 1; Rifle Tean
Tnira Snooter 3.

THOMAS ADOLPH HEPPENHEIMER

"Hepp"

January !, 1947

New York. New York

The loyalesl Tiger of tnem all.

Homeroom Representative 1 ; SA Ways ana
Means Committee 2; SA Publicity Committee 4;
Campaign Manager 1.2.3; Homeroom Alternate
4; National Honor Society 4: NMS Semifinalist
4; Michigan State University Scholarship Compe-
tition 4: NEDT Certificate 1.2: Thespians 5.4;
Thespian Plays 2.3.4; Football 3.4. Manager 3.
lettered 3; Track 2: Torrid Zone Wizards 2.3,4;
Caribe Club 1.2.3.4; NSF Scholarship 2: Class
Assembly 3 : Caribiyean Sports Editor 4 :

Tradewind Staff 4 : Boys' State 3 ; Tom and
Louie Show 3.4.



NANCY KATHERINE HOPKINS

"Hoppie"

July 3. 1946

Hyannis. Massachusetts

Enthusiasm and friendliness are the dynamics

of her personality.

NEDT Certificate 1 .2 : Swimming 1 ,2.3.4.
Lettered 2.3.4; Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4; Pink Girls
2.3. President 3: Caribe Club 2.3,4: Dramatics
Club I. Secretary 1; Commencement Committee
3: Ring Committee 3: Ejtecutive Committee 3
Homeroom Representative 3,4; French Club 3,4
Class Assemblies 3.4 ; Tradewind Staff 4

Caribbean Photographer 4.

SOLOMON HERES

' Sam

May 21. 1944

Colon. Republic of Panama

"Not too studious, not too gay.

He trods the even, middle way.





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"Or

and



GEORGE KANDRIN. JR.

George
April 15, 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
e thing is better than he who gets beiiii
pushes he who gets in front and pulls."





"A

foil.



Football 1.2.3.4. Lettered 2.3.4. Captain 4: Foot-
ball All-Stars 2.4: Class Vice-President 2: "C"
Club 2.3.4. Vice-President 4'; Track 1.2.3: Class
Assemblies 3.4: ROTC Service Merit Ribbon 3:
Battalion Staff 3,4 : Homecoming Court 4.



MARTHA JANET HOVERSON

Hovy

October 31. 1946

Margarita, Canal Zone

hard worker, a good friend success will



er wnerever she goes.




Dramatics Glut 1.2.3,4. President 4; TKespians
3.4. Vice-President 4; Nurses Aide 2.3; Home-
room Representative 2.3.4; Girls State 3; Home-
coming Gourt 4; Torrid Zone W^is^rds 3.4; Glass
Assemblies 3.4 ; Caribbean Editor-in-GKief 4 ;
Quill and Scroll 4.



KENNETH PAUL KARPINSKI

Nose

June 23. 1946

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

A leader of men, a follower of women."

Football 1.2.3.4. Lettered 2.3.4. All-Stars 4;
Baseball 1.2.3.4. Lettered 1.3.4: "21" Club 1.2.
5.4. President 4: "C" Club 2.3.4. President 4;
"21" Club Assemblies 1,2.3.4: Class President
3: Torrid Zone Wizards 2; NSF Scholarship 3;
NEDT Certificate 1: ROTC Battalion Com-
mander 4 : DA Superior Cadet Ribbon 1 : Service
Merit Ribbon 3: Rifle Team 2,3.4: Class Assem-
blies 5,4: Homecoming Court 4.



DENNIS ALVIN IZQUIERDO

Dennis

March 23. 1947

San Juan. Puerto Rico

Worry is not for lads like me.






r




WS



IVAN KLASOVSKY

Bones
October 20, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
He s not lazy, he just conserves his strength.'

Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Boys' State 3.




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STELLA MAE KUCIKAS

"Muca"

July 10. 1946

Panama. RepuLIic or Panama

"Quiet and sweet, most pleasing to meet.

Carite Glut 2.5.4: Dramatics Club 3.4. Secre-
tary 4; Thespian Play 3; Girls' State 3: Intra-
murals: Basketball 1.2: Volleyball 1.2: Softball
1.2. Glee Club 3: Prom-Banquet Committee 3:
Class Assembly 3. National Fionor Society 4.



CONSTANCE JOYCE LASHER

Connie
Margarita, Canal Zone
Act well your part there all the honor Ues.

Glee CluD 1; Dramatics Club 1,2,5,4. Vice-Presi-
dent 3; Thespians 2.5.4. President 4; Outstanding
Actress 3 ; Thespian Plays 1 .2.3 ; Student Direc-
tor 4 : Torrid Zone Wizards 1 .2,3.4. Vice-Presi-
dent 4 : Girls State 3 : Class Assembly 3.4 ;
Caribbean Ass't Senior Editor 4; Trade-

wind :5taff 4.



NAOMI JANE KUNTZ

"Na"

November 24. 1946

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania

She lives in peaceful harmony with the world.

Intramurals: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Volleyball 2.3.4.
Girls State 3; Dramatics Club I; Prom-Banquet
Committee 3; Class Assembly 5; Caribbean
Junior-Underclassmen Editor 4,




JOHN LASHER

"Lasher"

December 10. 1945

Ancon, Canal Zone

I make the most of all that comes and the

least of ail that goes.

Football Manager 4.



CAROL ANN LaCROIX

"La Crock

January 22. 1946

Ancon, Canal Zone

Pep, punch, and personality that s our Carol.

GAA 2.5,4; Intramurals 1.2.3.4; Captain "B"
League Volleyball 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Class As-
sembly 3; Caribe Club 4.




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ROBERT DELANO MARTIN

Bob-
April 14. 1944
Colon. Republic of Panama
As light on Kis feet as he is in his heart."

Outstanding NCO Medal and Trophy 4: Drill
Team Commander 3; Drill Team Competition
Cup 4; Basketball 4,









ELIZABETH MARIA LEWIS

"Betty"
September 12. 1945
Colon. Republic of Panama
She deserves all that s best in life.

GAA 3.4: VOLLEYBALL "B" League 2.3:
Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Basketball 3.4: Carihhean
Staff: Prom Committee.



SUSAN ALAYNE MATHIESON

Sam

April 26. 1946

Ancon. Canal Zone

Friendsfiip in her smile, and talent in her

hands.

Class Assemblies 3.4; French Club 3.4. Secretary
3. President 4: Homeroom Representative 1:
Homeroom Alternate 2: Chorus 1.2.



REGINALDO LUM

"Reggie"

July 21, 1944

Colon, Republic of Panama

Never do today what you can get someone else

to do tomorrow."




HENRY JAMES McELHONE

"Mickey"

January A, 1946

Panama, RepuLIic of Panama

A terriric comtination of alKIetic ability and

friendsKip.

"C* CluL 2,5.4; BaseLall 1.2.5.4; FootLall 1.2.5.
4; Homeroom Alternate 5; Homecoming Court 4.




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JOAN ELLEN McGLOIN

Joan
August 22, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
As merry as the day is long."

Glee Glut 1.2.3; Girls' Stale 5; Nurses' Aide
3.4: Pink Girls 3; Intramnrals 1,2.3.4: Pep CluH
1.2.





DEBORAH ANNE MEEKER

"Debbie

July 29, 1946

Glendale. California

She adds a spice to life that s nice.

Class Assembly 4; Thespians 3.4.



LOUIS BOYLE McGOFF

"Lute"

June 6. 1946

Cristobal, Canal Zone

"Let me say at this time . we must move

fohwahd with great vigah."

Torrid Zone Wizards 1.2: Track 1.2: Basketball
1,2,4; Prom Decorating Committee 3; Class As-
sembly 3. Tom and Louis Show 3.4.




NANCY CASH MITCHELL

"Mitch"

September 20. 1946

Ancon, Canal Zone

Patience and gentleness are the greatest fornis

of power.

Nurses' Aide 1.2.5,4: Caribe Club 2.3.4; Torrid
Zone Wizards 1,2.5,4. President 4; Dramatics
Club 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 4: Thespians 2.3,4:
Pink Girls' 5: Girls* State 3: Thespian Plays 2.3:
Class Assemblies 3.4.



VALERIE ARLEAN MEANS

Val"

October 11. 1946

Panama. Republic of Panama

True value lies in tne mind, tne never-yielding

purpose."

National Honor Society 4: Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4;
Caribe Club 2.3.4; Pep Club 2. Intramurals:
Volleyball 1.3.4; Basketball 3,4; Softball 2.3.4.



Page 24




STEVE MORRISON

Chopf>er"

November 11. 1 946

Mount Vernon. Illinois

I can resist anything except temptation.'





JAMES R. MOORE

Jim

September 19. 1946
Shreveport, Lxjuisiana
A nappy heart makes a happy guy.

Football 1,2,3.4; Class Assembly 4.




HARRY WILLIAM MURRAY

"Stud"

December 16. 1945

Ancon. Canal Zone

If worry is the cause of death, I'll live forever.'




^^



LAURIE MARGARET JONES MORALES

Laur

October 17, 1946

New Port. Rhode Island

Sentences fail when one word is complete

sweet.

Nurses' Aide 2.



WILLIAM JOHN NELSON
"Buzz
October 17, 1945
London, Ejigland
Chances for good luck should keep you en-
thusiastic.



Page 25





ROGER KEN NOBLE

Roger
October 9. 1945
Amarillo. Texas
It is tne mina that makes the man.

Hominy High, Hominy, OLIa.: Key Club 2;
Oklahoma State Honor Society 2. Cristobal High:
"2r" Club 3: Torrid Zone Wizards 3: NSF
Scholarship 3; National Honor Society 4; Band
2,3.4; Class Assembly 4.



JUDITH ANN PALUMBO

"Judy"

July 15. 1946

Trenton, Missouri

We are all tetter people for having known her."

Torrid Zone Wizards 5: Caribe Club 1.2.3.4,
Historian 3; GAA 2.3.4. Vice-President 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 3.4. President 4; Cheerleader
3.4: Homeroom Representative 4: Dramatics Club
1.2.3.4: Thespians 2.3.4; Thespian Plays 1.2:
Chorus 2.3: Class Secretary-Treasurer 2: Execu-
tive Committee 3: Basketball "B League" 2.3,
"A" League 4: Volleyball "B" League 2.3. "A"
League 4: Class Assemblies 3,4.




VERONICA ROCHELLE NYE

Roni

June 6. 1941

Boston, Massachusetts

"Quiet manners, amiable ways, always sincere.




NELUE GRAY PATTON

"Nel"
November 3. 1946
Margarita. Canal Zone
"She has a future full of treasures."

Caribe Club 2.3.4; French Club 3,4; Dramatics
Club 3,4: Nurses' Aide 1; Intramurals: Volley-
ball 1.2.3; Basketball 2; Prom Committee 3;
Class Assembly.



BARBARA RUTH O'NEAL

'Baibo

February 7, 1 946

Manchester, Georgia

Good humor is wisdom and goodness combined.

Softball 1 .2.3.4 : Volleyball 1 .2.3.4 ; Basketball
2,3; Caribe Club 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4;
Dramatics Club 3.4; Junior-Senior Prom Com-
mittee 3: Class Assemblies 5,4; Homeroom Repre-
sentative 4; Jamboree Committee 4.




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lUA AURIS QUINONES ALEIANDROS

"Ellie"

August 4. 1947

Port Read. Trinidad, British. W.I.

A personality tnat makes her everyone s friend.

Antilles Consolidated School, San Juan, P.R. :
Cheerleader 3; Jolly Roger Pep Club 2,3; Junior-
Senior Play 3.



AIDA PEREZ

Snorty
October 3. 1944
Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico
Good things come in small packages.

Clover Park High, Taconia. Wash.: Student
Body Secretary i ; Student Council Secretary
1.2,3. President 1,2,3: Prom Queen 2: Drill Team
Sponsor 1,2: Cheerleader 3.




WANDA GAILE RACHAL

"Wanda
December 12, 1946
Alexandria, Louisiana
A nature sweet, a disposition pleasant."




DONALD EDWARD PERRY

"Don"

July 25. 1945

New York, New York

ii you can sleep and pass, why stay awake?"

ROTC Efficiency Ribbon 2; First Place Platoon
5.





RAFAEL HUMBERTO RAMIREZ

"Ray"
October 29, 1946
San Juan. Puerto Rico
"He will succeed, for he believes



all he



says.



South Hills Catholic High, Pittsburgh. Penn.:
Rible Team 1 : Cross-Country, and School Track
Team 1. Cristobal High: Football 3.4, Lettered
3,4; Basketball 2.3,4: Olympics of Panama All-
Star Track Team 2.3.4: "C Club 2.3.4: Class
Assembly 4.



A,



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SIXTO ALEX RAMIREZ
"Big AI"

October 9. 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
A small man with a big Keart."

Best Pit. Ldr. 3: ROA Medal 5: E. Company
Cmdr. 4.



"A



WARDER CHARLES REDMAN

"Wardie"

June 29, 1946

Terre Haute, Indiana

helping hand hell always lend;



A carefree lad, but a true Friend.'

"2\" Cltib 2,3.4, Secretary, Assembly 3: Caribe
Club 1.2.3.4: ROTC Adjutant 4; Football Man-
ager 1 ; Class Assembly 3; Usher Guard 2,3,4,
Ass t Commander 4.



He says
or yet.

Class Ass



RICHARD FORREST RANKIN

Taxi
April 29. 1945
Margarita, Canal Zone
things his brain hasn't even thoui




nbly 4.



ght



LESLIE JEANNE RICHMOND

Leslie
Novemter 8. 1946
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Mild-mannered, without a worry in the world.

GAA 3.4; Girls' State 3; Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4:
Carite Glut 1; Pep Glut 1.



ROSEMARY REARDON
"Rosemary"
Fetruary 12. 1946
Washington. D.G.
"A jet-paced girl with an extra dash of per-
sonality."

Gheerleader 3.4. Captain 4; ROTC Battalion
Sponsor 4; GAA 2.3.4. Secretary 4; Carihe Cluh
3.4: Pep Club 1.2: Homeroom Alternate 1: Girls'
Stale 3. Intramurals: Baskettall 3.4: Volleyball
2.3.4. All-Stars 2: Softball 2. Prom Chairman 3:
Class Assembly 3: Caribbean Activities

Editor 4.



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RICHARD ALLAN ROSCOE

Ross

January 1, 1Q46

Margarita. Canal Zone

What is man but a happy mixture of devil and

saint.

Football 3; "C" Club 3.4: Prom Decorating Com-
mittee 3.





BERTRAM RONALD RIGBY

"Bert"

December 14. 1944

Ancon. Canal Zone

Silence is the virtue of the wise."




MICHAEL FREDERIC RYAN

"Mike"

January 12. 1946

Ancon. Canal Zone,

Friendly, smiling; a nice guy to have around."

Track 3.4: Football 4: Basketball 3.4: Basketball
Intramurals 3.4: Soccer Intramurals 3.4; "C"
Club 3.4.




VAUDIE GAIL ROBINSON

Vaudie

August 19. 1943

Margarita. Canal Zone

It s nice to be natural when you're naturally

nice.

Dramatics Club 1.2.3.4; Thespians 3.4; Pep Club
1.2; Girls' State 3.



JOHN MILTON SANDERS

"Milt"

November 17. 1946

Margarita. Canal Zone

A little work and mostly play

Blend together for a perfect day.

Baseball 3.4. Lettered 3.4: Football 3.4. Lettered
3.4.




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SANDRA E. SHORE

Sanjy

October 22, 1946

Ancon, Canal Zone

SKe weaves silver threads into the fabric of

memory,'

Nurses' Aide 3.4: Pink Girls 3; Pep Club I;
Glee Club 2.3.



JAMES JOSEPH STEVENSON

"Big Red"

October 51, 1946

Pbiladelpnia. Pennsylvania

'"His hopes are as high as nis legs are long



GRANT WOODROW SMITH. JR.

"Woody
September 19, 1946
San Antonio, Texas
"Of every noble work, the silent part is best.

Football 1.2,3,4, Lettered 5,4: Track 1,2.3.4: Base-
ball 3.4: Boys' State 3: Homeroom Alternate 4;
Band 1: "C" Club 2.3.4.




EDITH NAOMI STIEBRITZ
"Edie"

September 15, 1946
Margarita, Canal Zone
The mildest of manner and the gentlest of
heart."

Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Softball 4; Band 1,2.
5.4: Orchestra 2,5,4: Nurses' Aide 5,4.




"Life



MELVIN JOHN SOWARDS

"John"
November 18. 1946
Schofield Barracks. Hawaii
may be really earnest, but it sure is fun.



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SANDRA BEVERLY TORTORICI

Sandy
June 1. 19^6
Margarita, Canal Zone
Sne was our queen, our rose, our star."

Intramurals 1.2: Torrid Zone W^izards 1.2.5;
Class Secretary 3; Girls' State 5; Prom Decor-
ating Committee 5; Class Assembly 3; Jamboree
Queen 4.



MARY JEAN STOUT

Jeannie
October 28. 1946
Martinez, California
"A friendly companion iKrougKoul tbe day."

Latin Club 1.2; FHA I; Pep Club 1; GAA 1;
Softball 4.






LORR.'MNE jELIZABETH LIREY

"Raine"

November 14. 1946

Ancon. Canal Zone

' Brimming over with jests and quips:

Never a sad word on her lips.




KATHLEEN GALE SULLIVAN

"Kathi"
December 1, 1945
Los Angeles. California
She walks in fashion wherever she goes.

Bay Side High. New York. N.Y. : Journalism
Copy Editor 1. Cristobal High; French Club 3.4;
Drivers' Training Award 3; ROTC Company
Sponsor 4.



YVONNE G. WARD

Bonnie
October 4. 1946
Boston. Massachusetts
The devil within, the devil without
That s our Bonnie witiioul a doubt."



Volleyball 1.2.3.4. All-Stars 1: Basketball 1.3.4.
All-Stars I: Softball 1.4: Girls' Stale 3: Banquet
Committee 3; Tennis 4.



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RUTH MACEL WASHABAUGH

"Mace"

January 5, 1946

Margarita. Canal Zone

"If slie were a finer person, she wouldn I be

numan.

Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 3. President
4.



WILLIAM P. WHITE

"Bill"

Novemter 13. 1946

Portland. Maine

There is more to me than you understand."

Dramatics CluL 2,3.4: Thespians 3.4: Band
Letter 3: Co E Executive Officer 4: Drill Team
1 : Thespian Plays 2,3,4.



KAREN LEE ANNE WASZAK

Wazzy

December 29. 1946
Salzburg, Austria
Forward and frolic, glee was there
The will to do. the soul to dare.

Junipero Memorial High, Monterey. Calif: NEDT
Certificate 1; School Honor Society 1.2; CARD-
INAL Staff 1,2: Glee Club 1.2: Intranmrais:
Basketball 2: Volleyball 1.2. Cristobal High:
Homeroom Representative 5 ; Girls Stale 3 : Class
Assemblies 3.4; Caribe Club 4: Intramurals:
Basketball 4: Volleyball 3.4: Softball 3.4: Ten-
nis 3 ; Caribbean. Senior Editor 4 ; Traaowina
Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 4: National Honor
Society.



ALBERTA HELEN WILDER

"Al"

August 6. 1943

Brooklyn, New York

"A thing of beauty is a great joy."

Class Secretary-Treasurer 1 : Prom Decorating
Committee 3: French CluL 4: "21" Club Carni-
val Court 1.2,3: Homecoming Queen 4. Intra-
murals: Basketball 2,4: Volleyball 1,2,3.4: Soft-
ball 3.4.



SANDRA ELLEN WEIGLE

"Sandy"

December 20, 1945

Ancon, Canal Zone
"A delightful mixture of most everything that s
terrific.

Class President 1: SA Ass't Treasurer 3: SA
President 4: Cheerleader 3,4: Drill Team Spoii-
sor 3: Girls' Stale 3: Class Assembly 3; "21"
Club Court 1,3: Homecoming Court 4: GAA
2,3.4: Basketball 1.2.3,4: Volleyball 1.2.3.4:
Softball 1.2,3,4.





Paje 32



DONNA RAE WILUAMS

Donne
MarcK n. 1945
Seattle, WasKington
Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye."



Girls State 3; Dramatics Club 4;
2.5: Softball "A" League 2.3.



Rifle Team




1 know



DAVID ARTHUR WILDER
Wiley"

February 21, 1946
Boston, Massacnuselts
I intend is great, tut what.



deed
not



as yet,




Baseball 2,3.4, All-Zone Baseball 3; Football
2,4. All-Stars 4: Basketball 1.3; "C" Club 2.3,4;
"2l" Club 1,2.3.4; Homecoming Court 4.



JUDY ANN \\1LUAMS

"Judy"

MarcK II, 1943

Seattle. Washington

True and full of life indispensable to her team.'

Swimming Letter 3; GAA 2.3.4, Treasurer 4.








C^




(i/mf^t^



^f^J-sc/



Michael Baranick
Pierre Leignaaier
Michael Walsh



Page 33



AUTOGRAPHS



Page 34



Those



Senior



big-shots




. ^trt-...



Page 35



MR. AND MISS CHS




George Kandrin



Judy Palumbo



Page 36



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED




Roger Noble



Peggy MacConnell



Page 37



MOST INTELLECTUAL




Emily Dial



Alex Heppenheimer



Page 38



MOST TALENTED




Sue MatKieson



Kenny Karpinslci



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MOST ATHLETIC




Ray Ramirez



Nina Chappell



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FRIENDLIEST




Nancy Hopkins



Robert Martin



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BEST DANCERS




Alberta Wilder



Alex Ramirez



Betty Lewis



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BEST DRESSED




Rosemary Reardon



Pierre Leignadier



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BEST LOOKING




Charlotte Bialkowski



John Sanders



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WITTIEST




Karen Waszak



Gregg Hakanson



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MR. AND MISS CHS

Sandy Weigle
Kenny Karpinski



MOST INTELLECTUAL

Roger Noble
Donna Wong



HALL OF FAME




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED

Frank Borsellino
Donna Wong



MOST TALENTED

Greg Hakanson
Donna Wong




MOST ATHLETIC

Mickey McElhone
Judy Palumbo



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RIINNERS-UP




BEST DANCERS

Robert Martin
Rosemary Reardon




BEST DRESSED

Janet Hoverson
Dave Wilder



BEST LOOKING

Greg Hakanson
Janet Hoverson



WITTIEST

Richard Roscoe
Richard Rankin
Nancy Hopkins



FRIENDLIEST

Bill Acheson
Judy PalumBo
George Kandrin
Mike Ryan






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THE SWAMI SPEAKS



As 1 look into my crystal hall, the smoke and mist c/ear, and I
see that which should not he known hy mortal man. It is the
future, in all its glory and hardship.

1 see a woman sitting in a large Kouse. It is a white house.
Hail President SANDY WEIGLE! Due to the efforts of Con-
servative Senator from Arizona. TOM HEPPENHEIMER. and
ace tallot stuffer GREG HAKANSON. Sandy was unanimously
elected in the 1984 campaign. In her newly created cabinet posts
are ROGER NOBLE. Secretary of Dodo Control; ROBERT
BURGENER. Secretary of Non-Alcoholic Beverages: JUDY
PALUMBO. Cashbox Secretary: and PEGGY MacCONNELL.
Secretary of Defense Against "The Birds." When the opposition
leader. TAD CAMPBELL, asked. "Why do so many of the
President s cabinet members come from CHS?" Sandy s Press
Secretary PIERRE LEIGNADIER replied. "Didnt Kennedys
come from Harvard? No more questions were asked after that.

Recently. BILL DOCKERY displayed his first-place gold Olym-
pic pole vault medal at the Paris World's Fair. The US Exhibi-
tion at this fair was designed by the world famous architect
ROBERT MARTIN. Also on display was the Nobel Prize in
Botany won by KENNY KARPINSKI for his development of a
money tree.

CHARLES BIALKOWSKI and LOUIS McGOFF have gone
into me realm of ihe supernatural. They are investigating the
various forms of spirits.

VIRGINIA PARIS and ALICE LAY are in charge of the Ben
Casey Hospital.

CHARLOTTE BIALKOWSKI has just received a gold cup for
her winning entry in the Championship Cough-Drop Spitting Con-
test sponsored by the Twistin* Torso Music Company owned by
VALERIE MEANS. The judges of this contest were WARD

REDMAN and ALEX RAMIREZ.

CHRISTINE BATH, Saskatchewan shoe saleswoman, is cur-
rently advertising her wares in the New York Times, run by
JANET HOVERSON. New York Times ace reporter NANCY
HOPKINS has just completed her greatest news-story; BILL
ACHESON Overthrows Castro.

The tobacco industry is thriving with JOHN SOWARDS as
head of Philip Morris Inc. IVAN KLOSOVSKY own^ a tobacco
fann on which BERTRAM RIGBY is Chief Tobacco Picker.

Transportation has interested many of our classmates. GEORGE
EVANS, car salesman, has just sold his 35th Put-Putmobile to
RAY RAMIREZ, international driving champion. A week ago.
ALBERT ARCIA finished his trip from Panama to Honolulu by
car. His only trouble was a slightly flooded engine. MICHAEL
BELANGER has invented automatic steering for cars. SOLO-
MON HERES is in charge of helicopter service between Maria
Chiquita and Coco Solo. CARL IZQUIERDO is the engineer
of the Coca Puff Special which travels between the two states of
Hysteria and Confusion. REGIE LUM is in charge of the
caboose.

The Peace Corps has claimed three of our friends. NICKY
BROOKS is teaching the primitive people of Margarita how to
boil water. GEORGE KANT)RIN has begun to show the savages
of Coco Solo how to chew gum; and JOHN SANDERS is
striving to bring peace to violent Gatun by introducing the town
to air-conditioning.

In the field of art. JIM MOORE is designing platinum tooth-
picks for the wealthy people of Balboa. LESLIE RICHMOND
is exhibiting her paintings to ROSEMARY REARDON. Holly-
wood junk dealer; and N.'KNCY MITCHELL is displaying her
sculpturings at the NY. Museum of Modem Trash at which

LAURIE MORALES is the director. EDITH STIEBRITZ is

making a fortune by throwing paint on a canvas and calling it art.
BILL BRANDT is doing marvels with yellow and white paint. His
work can be seen in th.e center of all Canal Zone roads.

Hollywood has become the home of fourteen members of our
class. CONNIE LASHER has just completed her 25th film con-
cerning insanity. She's just mad about that subject. REINALDO
BARRERAS is the head of 21 St Century Fox and DONNA
WONG is now under contract at his studios. BARBAflA Del
VECCHIO is starring in a new production of Cleopatra. STEVE
MORRISON plays Julius Caesar. MIKE RYAN plays Mark
Anthony. HARRY MURRAY plays Augustus Caesar, and

DINGER RANKIN plays the asp. TONl-JO FOURNIER is



starring in "The Incredible Shrinking Girl MARSHA COLUNS
stars in "The Attack of the 50 Foot Woman." In Alfred Hitch-
cock's new production "The Sandfleas." JOAN McGLOIN is
bitten by a large sandflea. beautifully portrayed by DON PERRY.
As the show progresses. Biology teacher JOHN LASHER saves
CHS from a sandflea attack by having the principal, played by
EMILY DIAL install air-conditioning throughout the school.

I See that CAROL LaCROIX is a trapeze artist for Bamum
and Bailey Circus. PRISCILLA COLUNS is a famous tree
surgeon in Ohio, and has many wealthy patients. KAREN
WASZAK is a mattress tester at Macy's. NINA CHAPPEUL
is a landlady at the Spastic Arms Apartments. BARBARA
BELCHER is teaching American Institutions at CHS.

JUDY WILLIAMS has just received Coney Island in exchange
for three billion books of Green Stamps. FRANK BORSELLINO
mns the Coney Island Roller Coaster. FRANK ENDER runs
the Parachute Jump; and VAUDIE ROBINSON collects the
tickets at the Wax Museum.

RENA and MAGALY ALAYON are advertising pep pills.
Rena is the "before" and Magaly is the "after." JANIS BROGIE
is their booking agent.

In the field of medicine, many are active in research. NAOMI
KUNTZ has discovered a cure for hangovers. STELLA KUCI-
KAS has cured SUE M.'KTHEISON of her dreaded disease known
as Canal Zone Creepitis. SANTDY SHORE has set the medical
profession back twenty years by discovering a cure for which there
is no disease.

BETTY LEWIS and VICKI CLARK have just completed their
reenactment of that 1805 exploration of the Northwest U.S. by
what's their names. Their guide was JIM STEVENSON.

TOM HICKEY has been lecturing on his famous Reduction Rule
at Harvard where DENNIS IZQUIERDO is teaching an ad-
vance form of Wilderite Mathematics, introduced by DAVE
WILDER.

BILL WHITE has just duped BUZZY NELSON into buying the
Thatcher Ferry Bridge. BILL DeSALVO OK'd the sale because
one half of the profits went to himself since he's Governor of the
Canal Zone. The other half went to LORRAINE CHAN. Presi-
dent of Panama.

DONNA WILLIAMS and MARY STOUT are mountain
climbers in the Himalayas. Their oxygen masks are manufactured
by the RICHARD ROSCOE Gas Mask Company.

Four of our ^irls have gone into the modeling profession.. AL-
BERTA WILDER is modeling elevator shoes. NELLY PATTON
models bobbysox. Mustache wax is the big thing on Broadway,
and that's what WANDA RACHAL is modeling. JEAN HARD-
WICK is selling model airplanes.

LORRAINE UREY. now in the WACS. is stationed in France
where DOMINIQUE DeREILHAC has completed his second term
of office as Prime Minister.

BARBARA O'NEIL and VERONICA NYE have arrived in
Los Angeles after flying around the world in seven hours using
a fuel developed by the two millionaire chemists AIDA PEREZ
and CHARLENE ACUFF. This speedy plane was designed and
built by those two lady engineers. BONNTIE WARD and M\CEL
WASHABAUGH. BOB CORRIGAN'S gum held the plane
together.

ED MARSHALL and LANCE CHESHIRE are deep sea
divers. They discovered $5,000,000,000 in Davy Jones' Locker,
but they had to give it to the Internal Revenue Service where
TT!RRY BRENNER is working as chief water-cooler inspector.

MIKE WALSH is cleaning used DDT cans at DEBBY
MEEKER's Insecticide Company. MIKE BARANICK is breed-
ing insects.

ILIA QUINONES, Canal Zone lady lawyer, was hired to de-
fend WILSON YOUNG who was accused of stealing MIKE
FURLO's solid gold roller skates. After a three month trial.
Wilson was sentenced to 15 years at Gamboa Penitentiary where
KAIHt SULUVAN is the warden.

Finally. ALEX HEPPENHEIMER is selling used crystal balls
to future Literary Editors of the Caribf>ean.



CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT



BILL ACHESON leaves Jiis rabbit to anyone witb enough carrots

to feed it.
RINA AL-^YON leaves all her bobby sox to tiic 4lh period gym

class,
ALBER1 ARCIA leaves his gym shoes to Frank Vasquez

REINAIJDO BARRERAS leaves.

MICHAEL BELANGER leaves empty seats everywhere for

Montague to fill them up.
CHARLES BIALKOWSKI leaves all his empty bottles to who-
ever thinks he can drink their contents.
CHARLOTTE BIALXOWSKl leaves the sponsorsKip of E Com-

pany to Nancy DeLapp.
WIIXIAM BRANDT leaves his seal in typing class to anyone

who can type as many words per minute as he can.
ROBERT BL'RGENER leaves his abilities and memories to any-
one who wants them.
LORRAINE CHAN leaves her intellectual junk from her locker

to Catalina L^u.
NINA CHAPPELX leaves all her problems in G.A.A. to anyone

who can solve them.
VICKI CLARK leaves her ability to look at Corvairs to Skipper

Berger.
MARSHA COLXINS leaves her height to Orrin Clement, her

levis and sweatshirt to Virginia Austin, and her singing ability

to Amy Garcia.
FST I I F DAVISON leaves her fabulous French accent to Luigi

Maniovani.
BARBARA DEL VECCHIO leaves her athletic ability to only

coordinated juniors.
LAURIE (JONES) DE MORALES leaves her ability to get

along with Mr. Beck to her brother Douglas.
BILL DE SALVO leaves his mechanical ability and his Ariel 500

Twin to Paul Washabaugh.
EMILY DIAL leaves her "I feel good" days and her one-track

mind to any junior who feels greatly in need of a healthy

diversion from normality.
WILLIAM DOCKERY leaves his pole vault position to Randy

Schroeder.
GEORGE EVANS leaves his "Caddy" to Ed Pugh.
VIRGINIA FARIS leaves her place in Advance Physics to her

sister Jane, and her place on all the dance committees to anyone

who will work hard.
TONI FOURNIER leaves all the ants in locker No. 5 who cat Ker

lunch to the next senior woo gets it.
AL.EX HEPPENHEIMER leaves his Classics to next year's Senior

English classes, his empty cigarette packs to all the underclass-
men who borrowed from him. and his class rank to Chris

Wrenn or Tom Jordan.
TOM HEPPENHEIMER leaves the Presidency of the United

States to Barry Goldwater. and the honor of being Mrs.

Heppenhelmer to Karen.
TOM HICKEY leaves Senior English detention to Jon Jorstad.
NANCY HOPKINS leaves her honesty in trig class to Diogenes.
JANET HOVERSON leaves the mops in gym class to Janet Clule.
DENNIS IZQUIERDO leaves his seat in trig to anyone who is

confused as he is.
GEORGE KANDRIN leaves his dirty football uniform to Cathy

Fitzsimmons.
KENNY KARPINSKI leaves his ability to do nothing better than

anyone else to "Toothy" McCulIough.

STELL\ KUCIKAS leaves all iKe "sapos" of good old CHS to

her sister Mariallenca.
NAOMI KUNTZ leaves Mrs. Fatlorosi and her anklets to Bernie

Babinecz if she II take them, and her ability to gel along with

Mrs. Young to her brother Billy.
CAROL LA CROIX leaves her cheerleading position to Diane

Asbury and all the good times she s had to Bernie Babinecz.

knowing she will have just as many if not more.
CONNIE LASHER leaves room 349 to Bill Sachse.
ELIZABETH L£W1S leaves her place in the lunch hangout to
Suzanne Lider and CHS to her sisters Eleonor and Glenda.
PEGGY NL^CCONNELL leaves all that's behind her to any

junior girl in need of it.
ROBERl MARTIN leaves his ROTC profession and F Com-
pany to his brother Franklin.



SUE MAITJIESON leaves her gigantic dandruff flakes to Pedro

I^asarte and the Integrating Twins to Lou Mantovani.
JOAN MCGLOIN leaves her old shoe strings to Kathy ODonnell.
VALERIE MEANS leaves her senior subjects to Nancy Largent. if

she is willing or crazy enough to accept them.
DEBORAH MEEKER leaves her swimming abilities to all the

underclassmen.
NANCY MITCHELL leaves her place in the Thespian Society to

anyone who can fill It without having a nervous breakdown.
JIM MOORE leaves his place on the Blue Team to any sucker

who thinks he has what it takes to play football.
HARRY ML'RRAY leaves two six-weeks supply of passes to the

metal shop to Waller Thompson and his ability to ride a motor-
bike to any idiot who wants it.
BARBARA ONE-AL leaves her excellent math grades to Margaret

O Neal, her musical talent to Pam Maedl, and her athletic

ability to Sara Palumbo.
JUDY PALUMBO leaves her laugh to the tender ears of CHS

students.
NELLIE PATTON leaves her ability to talk for hours to her

brother Warren.
AIDA PEREZ leaves all her callous typing fingers lo the next

ROTC Office Assistant.
WANDA RACHAL leaves her messy locker to Blanca DeJesus

and Sharon Harvey, and the conceit she can t dig up to Lynn

Burleson.
RAY RAMIREZ leaves his football shoes to Jack Blair if he can

get into them and his starting block to anyone who wants It

because Coach Moser won t let him take it with him,
SIXTO RAMIREZ leaves his ability to play basketball to Laura

Russon.
RICHARD RANKIN leaves his hearse to Marsha Collins with

love and kisses.
ROSEMARY REARDON leaves her apetile to Nancy DeLapp

and her cheerleading shoes to Judy Paulson.
WARD REDMAN leaves his officers hat to Drayton and all his

knowledge to Fred Ryan.
LESUE RICHMOND leaves her seat in the orchestra lo Dorothy

Harper and her violin to her sister.
VAUDIE ROBINSON leaves her ability lo do nolhing while work-
ing as doorman lo Mary O Donnell and anyone else who is

interested in taking it easy.
SANDY SHORE leaves her troubles lo Adele Burns, sixth period

study hall to Richard Cooper, and the beach regretfully.
JOHN SOWARDS leaves his seat in Mrs. Smith's English class

to Harry Simons.
JIM STEVENSON leaves his flaming red hair lo all the girls

in CHS.
MARY STOUT leaves Cristobal High School to all the un-
fortunate underclassmen who have one or two years more lo go.

KATHI SULLIVAN leaves her marching ability to next year's

F Company sponsor.
SANDY TORTORICI leaves her position as Jamboree Queen lo

Judy Paulson.
LORRAINE UREY leaves Mr. Bock and his homeroom to Cathy

Parker along with shorthand.
BONNIE WARD leaves her bobby sox lo Diane Aringlon if she

happens lo have Mrs. Fattorosi for gym next year and her place

at the picnic table to Millie Payne.
MACEL WASHABAUGH leaves her so-called laugh to Nancy

DeLapp and her seat in study hall lo Tina DeSalvo.
KAREN WASZAK leaves her "flattering nicknames to Bernie

Babinecz and her "PTA" meetings with a math teacher lo Pete

Young.
SANDY WT'ini F leaves her cheerleading posilion to Marianne

Fields and all the fun during football season lo Bernie. Sue. and

Diane to keep up next season.
ALBERTA WILDER leaves everything she can think of to Sue

Roscoe and Joanne Wilder.
DONNA WILXIAMS leaves a quicker and easier senior year than

she had lo Judy Redmond.
JUDY WILLIAMS leaves lo the G A.A. a mascot as faithful

as Robert.
DONNA WONG leaves her writer's cramp to next year's seniors.

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Lillian TKomas
President



CLASS OF 1965






Ricardo Fong
Treasurer



Amelia Garcia
Vice-President



Pamela Robertson
Secretary




Diana Arington




Diane AsDury




Louis Austin




Virginia Austin




Bemadette BaLinecz







Wallace Brians





Adele Bums







^^iM^iimM



Susan Buss




Migutl Cahezas




Caria Chambers




Maureen Cbarron




Janice Cheshire




Kfltnleen Christiansen




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George Coleman



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Ronald Collins




Yvonne Colon




Neal Compton




Cook



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RiclianJ Cooper




Nancy DeLapp




Sharon Dobbs




Beverly Dreyer




l.vnn Egger




Priscilla Enston




Jane Paris




Gayle Fattier




Cathy Filzsimmons




Edna Forsythe




James Frost




Violeta Fuenles







Michelle Goguen






Richard Hakan<;on




Arlene Hannberg




Sharon Harvey




Patricia Hogan




Hilda Hotsko






John Hotsko




Blanche Jones




Dan Jones




Thomas Jordan.

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Naomi Mason




Donald McCullough




Karen McEIroy




Luigi Monlovani




Pancko Motta




Mary O'Donnell




Cathy Parker




Mildred Payne




Judith PaiJson







CalKerine Redman



V ii- J






Judith Redmond



Suzanne Koscoe




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William SacKse




Suzanne Lider
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Ramon Otero



Ana Santos








You re not Cleo, Jack!




Give him a Lreak, Vickif



What happened to my GUM!




Really, George, two dates for one night?




Why so glum, Kathy?






It s not that bad, Nancy




Whatcha hidin* for. Dinger?




I got that straight from the horse's mouth,
honest!




Don t you think one is enough. Alex?
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Billy s second
childhood



Really, Mr. Shipman, a Little Boy Blue you're not!








ju/nJMcLdJirmt



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BACK ROW. left lo right; Lou Hilzinger, James Jones. Harry Dockery. Crispin Clark. Bernard Mans.
Matthew Baas. Joe Stephenson. CENIER ROW: Gisela Kam. Priscilla Morgan. Betty Jane Rief. Mark
Troseth. Linda Burza. Shirley Shipnian. Linda Francis. John Bieschke. FRONT ROW: James Cronan.
Mary Torstenson. Virginia Green. Shirley Davis. Audrey Duncan, Rosilie Hewitt. Jayne Yocum. Diana
DeFrees. Renaldo Ng.



CLASS




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BACK ROW. left to right: Tonias Benero. Charles Amato. Tom Coffin. John Blair. Carl Ender. Hollis
Grillon. Alfredo I^e CENTER ROW: Mike Davila. Veronica Walker. Bill Montgomery. Ten Hand.
Jose Batista, George Bedsworth. Janine Bedsworth. Marc Page. FRONT ROW; Elizabeth DeSalvo.
Beverly Schleilfer. Caria Martinez. Christine Christiansen. Nancy Huldtquist, Lynn Perry. Patricia Fue,
Jose Vasquez.




BACK ROW. left lo right: Cindy TervN-illiger. Paul Williams. Joe Fernandez. CENTER ROW: Dan

Austin, Leslie Hignly, Louise Russon. Laurie Will. Dave Hutchinson. Mario Mafrei, Ken Berstein.

FRONT ROW: Annabella Parsons. Marsha Hellniuna. Carole Conn. Sherian Meeker. Joanne Wilder.
Pal Sims, Leslie Ougas.



OF 1966




BACK ROW^. left to right: Terry ToDin. Joseph Berger. Elmer Hamor. Richard Hull. Kenny Del\'ecchio.
Peter Butz. CENTER ROW: Reimundo Pacheco. Claudia Clark Mary Pope. Mary Clement. Margaret
Martin. Kathy Stevenson. Wayne Smith. FRONT ROW: Linda Hellmund. Carl Compton. Candy
Husband. Kerrie Schroeder, Rosy Donohue. Marie Ceer. Robert Will. Juanita Mason.



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BACK ROW. left lo right: Skipper Currier. Sue Brennen. George Kredell. Ramon Baez. Doug Billison.
John Sulhvan. Fred Ghent. Marcel Matamores. Pete McBride CENTER ROW: Rick Brogie. Leslie
Van Dyke. Lynn Sawyer. Kathy Pennington. Sandy Edmundson. Esther Zimniemian. David Coffey. Mark
Paden. FRONT ROW: Karen Hammond. Rocio Cabezas. Blanca DeJesus. Rosa Tschumy. Barf>ara
Wagner. Sharon Bailey. Kathleen O'Donnell, Sandra Johnson.



SOPHOMORES
FRESHMEN






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BACK ROW. left to right: William Hanly. Leonard Huff. Jim Niles, Paul Menges. Juan Bernard. Anita
Vias. CENTCR ROW: Roxie Tompkins. Dorothy Harper. Margaret ONeil, Suzanne Smith. Johnnie
Kelly. FRONT ROW: Pam Maedi. Alexis Endara. Hilda Garcia, Rosalind Knight. Jean Williamson.
Nancy De I ore.




BACK ROW. left to right: Billy Kuntz. Doug Smilli, Keiiy Clnrk. Brent Milrhell. Eric Rmest. Louis
Valencia. Bill Redmond. CENTER ROW: Sandy Waszak. Herve Triolet. Phillip Owen. Noreen
Metzgar. Susan Phillips. Gibfay Hixon, Ada 1 uentes. Dave Goguen. FRONT ROW: Andre lilies, Kathy
Scheibe. Maria Elena Kucikas. Cherry DeRaps. Pam Vache. Sharon Highley, Charlotte Winegart, Linda
Auban. Norma Stanley.



CLASS




BACK ROW. left to right: Jack Sanders, [iudy Kocib. Luis Antonopus, Tim Herring. James Carlson.
William Yomian, Marty Pope. CENTER ROW: Donna W'olle. Lorine Sims. Myron Sandoval. Scot
Nordlund. James Borsellino. Merda Vasquez. Mar>' Kennont. FROiVT ROW: Marianne hield, Joan
DeLapp. Pat Meeker. Ann Salaznr, Rexene Ward. Sarah Palumbo. Elizabeth Hernandez.



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BACK ROW, left lo right: Leo Paulson. Robert Griffon. Jolin Pettier. Juan Santos. Hank DeVoll.
Kathy Gegg. Delbert Clark. CENTER ROW: Eleonor Lewis. Eric Nicolaisen. Darnell Will. Tom Ryan.
Tom Cook. FRONT ROW: Linaa Johnson. Irene Corrigan. Beverly Egger. Lois Sims. Catalina Lau.
Michiyo Murga.



OF 1967




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BACK ROW, left to right: EdgarJo Quinones. Julio SmilFi. Kennetli Bosely. Jon Coffin. Anniba!
DoJesus. Wally Waddell. Dean Greer. CENTER ROW: Ralph Morales. Peggy Collins. Alice
Zimmerman, Joyce Van Dyke, Sharon Fusselnian. Gloria Lelaidirr. Harrell Parsons. FRONT ROW^:
Gloria Stout, Elizabeth Quinones, Joyce Seeley. Dulce Bernara. Karen White. Chris Jackson. Donna Moore.












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FOOTBALL




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Queen Sandy I



JAMBOREE




Queen Sanely escortetl hy Mii ky Mrl.ll
nnd George Kandrin.





Go get em. Tigers.



Our football queen.




Tiger Spirit? Down in my lieart.



FIGHT!




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YEA. VICTORY!



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HOMECOMING QUEEN




QUEEN ALBERTA escorted by GEORGE KANDRIN



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AND COURT



PRINCESS JUDY PALUMBO escorted hy

MICKY McELHONE.





PRINCESS JANET HOVERSON escorted
by KENNY KARPINSKI



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PRINCESS SANDY WEIGLE escorted hy
JOHN SANDERS.



PRINCESS CHARLOTTE BIALKOWSKI
escorted by DAVID WILDER.



Princess Judy Palunibo. Marquise of the Gardenias, Keeper oi
the Pearls, Daughter of the Evening, was wearing a sweeping
gown of French Royal Blue brocade. She was escorted by
Micky McElhone, Knigiit of the Golden Armor, Chief cleaner
of the uniforms, and Receiver of the Passes.

Princess Janet Hoverson, Governess of the Orchids. Keeper oi
the Opal. Daughter of the Sunrise, wore a lovely gown of prim
rose yellow, with a lace bodice and chiffon skirt. She was
escorted by Kenny Karpinski, Master of the Fullback Slant.
Chief of the Sprained Ankles, and Defender of the Line.



Princess Sandy Weigle, Dutchess of the Magnolias, Keeper
of the Aquamarine, Daughter of the Sunset, was dressed in a
floor-length gown of metallic gold brocade. She was escorted
by John Sanders, Master of the Backs. Chief of the Water
Boys, ;ind Master of the Bucketheads.

Princts.s Charlotte Bialkowski. l-ady of the Water Lillies,
Keeper of the Emeralds, Daughter of the Noon-day Sun. wore
a stunning floor-length nylon and lace gown of deep midnight
Itlue. Slie WHS escorted by David Wilder. Master of the
I'orward l^ass. C'hief ol the Bench, and Killer of Defense.



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QUEEN ALBERTA I AND COURT




LEPT TO RIGHT: Judy Palunibo. Micky McElhone. Janet Hoverson, Kenny Karpinski, Tom Wilder.
George Kandrin, Queen. Alberta Wilder. Cheryl Evans, David Wilder. Charlotte Bialkowski. John
Sanders. Sandy Weigle.




Lady Cheryl Evans, Keeper of the Uewdrops. Daughter of
I he Moon, wearing a dress of white embroidered cotton.
I^dy Cheryl was escorted by Squire Tom Wilder, Prince
of the Football Team, and Keeper of the Queen s crown.




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CHRISTMAS FORMAL




LEFT TO RIGHT: Roger Noble. Peggy MacConnell. Kenny Karpinslii. Sue Mathicson. Roliert Marlin,
Alberta Wilder, Alex Ramirez. Betty Lewis. Judy Palumbo. Mr. Paul Beck. George Kandrin. Rosemary
Reardon. Pierre Leignadier. Charlotte Bialkowski. Karen Waszak. Gregg Hakanson. Nancy Hopkins.
Nina Cbappell. Ray Ramirez. Emily Dial. Alex Heppenheimer.




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R.O.T.C. BATTALION STAFF




Maj. Ward Redman. Capt Greg Hakanson. Ll. Col Kenny Karpinski. Lt. Col. Rosemary Reardon. Maj.
Frank Borsellino. Lt Col Alex Heppenlieinier. Camera sliy. 1st Lt. Randy Scliroeder



R.O.T.C. SPONSORS



COLOR GUARD




Diane Aslmry. Rose^nmry Reardon. CImrlolle BiRlkovvski. Katliy
Sullivan.



iVliT Rnurn. Carl Izqiticrdo, Cliuclt Amato. Alfredo Lee. p-_ 73



F COMPANY




E COMPANY




Page 74



R.O.T.C. DRILL TEAM




v..*2J;j-t;,;Aii:v;;?..;;i*



FOREGROUND: Drill Team Sponsor. Honorary Cadet 1st Lt. Diane Asliury; Drill Team Coniniander.
Cadet 1st Lt. Louis Austin.




BACK ROW: Angel Rodriguez. Lou Hilzinger. Cliuck Ainato.
FRONT ROW: Alex Heppenheimer (Manager). Larry Clirisloph
(Co-Captain). Lance Cnesnire (Co-Captain). Rudy Kocib.





No. I*rivate. To guard the spon-
sors in case of lire or disorder
is not tne first general order!




'*S



£



^



Where is your left shoe, kid?



BURP!



UGHl Page 75





Our in-beKveen senson lieerlenders!



Those aazzling Juniors.




Page 76 ArenI tliey (JarlingV



Co-edu atioii!



I gotta go








TOP>R0 ZON.



C.T. S,



FRENCH
CCUB



THESPIANS



PR/f|^^TIC5 CLUB



PfNK
I GfRtS



'21"
CLUB



9UtLL
SCROLU



N.H.S.










Ci^.^/.,



Poge 77




OFFICERS



The S. A. Officers are live
students elected by the student
body to encourage participation
in school activities and a friend-
lier relationship among students.



LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Schroeder (Vice-President). Orin Clement (Asst. Treas-
urer). Sandy Weigie (President). Diane Asbury (Secretary). Don McCuliougli
(Treasurer).



STUDENT
CABINET



The Student Cabinet consists
of representatives from each
fiomeroom who keep their home-
rooms informed on the activities
taking place at school. Their
sponsor Mr. Bock.




SI 1 I INO. Icll lo rifjlit; Eleanor l^'wis. Judy PaluiiiLo. Bonnie Marquard, Nancy
Huldquisl. Ro.ialie Hewitt. STANDING: William Hanley. Phillip Owen. Judy
Pnul.son. Roli.rl Znrli. Barbara O'Neal. Nancy Hopkins.



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ATHLETIC
COUNCIL



The Athletic Council is made up
of Student Association's Alternates.
Their job is to take care of the gates
at all the C.H.S. athletic contests.



SITTING, left to right: David CoKcy. Slierian Meeker, Jill Beech. Mary Clement. Dorothy
Harper. STANDING: Thomas Heppenheimer. Pete Young. Mr Gregg sponsor. Ricky
Livingston, Grant Smith, Mathew Baas. Jon Jorslad, Wardy Redman. Jon Coffin.



NATIONAL

HONOR

SOCIETY



The highest honor that Cristobal
High School can bestow upon a
student is election to membership in
the Caribbean Chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society. Qualifications
for membership are character, lead-
ership, and service. Their sponsor is
Miss Anderson.




SITTING: lelt lo right: Alc.x Heppenheimer (Vice-President). Peggy MacConnell

(Secretary). Judy Palumho (President). Donna Wong (Treasurer). Lorraine Chan.
STANDING: Emily Dial, lhorn..s Heppenheimer. Robert Burgener. Ali(e Lay. Valerie
Means.



Page 79





CARIBE
CLUB



The purpose of the
Caribe Club, or the Future
Teachers of America, is to
promote a better unaer-
standing of the teaching
profession. Members are in-
vited to join, depending on
their scholastic abinty.
Their sponsor Mrs. Gegg.



FIRST ROW. left to rigtil; Nancy Huldlquist, Rosalie Hewitt, lane Paris (Historian). Marilyn Roth.
Pam Robertson. Judy Palunibo. Linda Burza. Nina Cnappell. Karen Hammond. Nellie Patton. SECOND
ROW: Peggy MacConnell. Bernie Babinecz. Diane Asbury. Virginia Austin, Ginger Thomas. Rosemary
Reardon. Rutb Mason, Susan Wilfcrd. Nancy Hopkins, Barbara O'NeiJ. Karen Waszak. Nancy
Largent. Margaret Martin. Bonnie Marquard. .Alice Lay. Virginia Paris (Sec.-Treas, ). Carol LaCroix.
I-^rraine Chan. THIRD ROW: Nancy Mitchell, Stella Kucikas. Alex Heppenheimer (President), Ricardo
Pong, John Cintron. Mario Maffei. Tom Coffin. Robert Zack, Reinaldo Barreras. Elmer Hamor. Mike
Davila. David Coffey. Frank Borsellino. Reinaldo Ng, Donna Wong (Vice-President). Valerie Means.



"21" CLUB



The "2l" Club is composed of
twenty-one boys, each of whom
represents one of the Pan-American
Repubhcs. Each member writes an
essay about the country he repre-
sents and the Cristobal-Colon
Rotary Club awards prizes for the
best essays. Their sponsor Mr.
Stearns.




FIRST ROW. left to right): Lj-o Paulson. Don McCullough. Kenny Karpinski (President).
Ward Redman (Recording Secretary). David Wilder. SECOND ROW: Prank Borsellino.
Paul Menges, Mario Maffei, Jon Coffin. Peter McBride. THIRD ROW: Tom Coffin.
Michele Belanger. Jon Jorstad, Pancho Motta, Alex Heppenheimer (Corresponding Secretary).



Page 80




C.T.S.



Chi Tneta Sigma, the "C" Club,
is composed of boys who have made
their letter in any one of the three
sports played in CHS: Football,
Baseball, and Track. Its sponsor is
Coach Moser.



FIRST ROW. left to right: Mirfcey McEllione. Orrin Clement (Secretarv) Panro Motta.
Fred Ryan. Jon Jorstad. SECOND ROW: David Wilder. Dick Roscoe. Kenny Karpinski
(President). Don McCullough.Roljerl Burgener. Ray Ramirez. Woody Smith THIRD ROW:
Dan Jones. Jack Blair, Chris Wrenn., Doug Billison. Gregg Hakanson. Fred Linck. George
Kandrin (Vice-President).



G.AA



The Girls' Athletic Association
is an exclusive sports club, com-
posed of only the girls who are
outstanding in sports. To become a
member, a girl must participate in
at least two all-star teams and be
among the top ten in the point
system. Its sponsor is Mrs. Fattorosi.




SITTING, left to right; Rosemary Reardon (Secretary). Judv Paluriiho ( Vite-F^resident)
Nina Chappell (President). Judy Williams (Treasurer). Carol L^Croix STANDING:
Peggy MacConnell. Diane Ashury. Margaret Martin. Nancy Del_^pp. Gayle Fettler. Sandy
Weigle. Leslie Richmond. lanine Bedsworth. Amy Garcia. Ginger Thomas. Betty J^wis.
Bemie Baoinecz.



Page 81




THESPIANS



SITTING left to rislit: Nancy Mitcdell. Connie Lasher (President). Judy Palumbo. Estlle
Davison. Lorraine Chan (Secretary). STANDING: David Coffey. Freddy Nicolaisen.
Gregory Hakanson. Vaudie Robinson. Suzanne Lider. Reinaldo Barreras. Thomas Heppen-
heimer. Alex Heppenheimer.



An honor club for students who
have excelled in the field of dra-
matics. Ten points is the require-
ments for membership. Their spon-
sorMr. McElroy.



DRAMATICS
CLUB



The Dramatics Club is
open to all high school stu-
dents interested in dramat-
ics. This club produces the
plays that are presented to
the public, and in this way
the members learn the dif-
ferent aspects of drama.




Page 82



FIRST ROW. left to right; Calalina Lau, Nancy .NIilJiJI (Vice-President). Connie lusher. Donna
Williams, Estlle Davison. Lorraine Chan. SECOND ROW: Ale.x Heppenheimer. David Coffey,
Reinaldo Barreras. Suzanne Lider. Barbara O'Neal. Vaudie Robinson. Stella Kucilias ( Sec -Treas. )
Virginia Faris, Suzanne Smith. Margaret O'Neal, ludy Palumbo. Ada Fuenles. Maria Kucikas. Ricardo
Fong. Mrs. Stohrer sponsor. THIRD ROW: Freddy Nicolaisen. Gregory Hakanson. Bruce Flora.
Rosalind Knight. Sherian Meeker. Suzanne Thomas. lama Acuff. Cheryl DeRap. Esther Zimmerman.
Thomas Heppenheimer. Sandy Waszak. Frank Borsellino. Luigi Manlovani. Kenny Bernstein. Carl Ender.



PLAYS






Scene Jroni "January Tliaw.



Scene from "Our Town



QUILL

AND

SCROLL



Quill and Scroll is the Inter-
national Honorary Society tor
High School journalists. Those
chosen for membership have
demonstrated fully that they
merit the award through high
scholarship, journalistic achieve-
ment and service. Their sponsor
Mr. Hopson.




LEFl' TO RIGHT: Janel Hoverson. Karen Waszalv. Donna Wong. Nancy t lop-
kins. NOT PICTURED: Alex Heppenheimer.



Page 83




TORRID ZONE
WIZARDS



The Torrid Zone Wizards clut is
a club for students wKo are inter-
ested in science. To be in this club
a "B" average is required in science.



SIITING. led to right: Mnrgaret Martin, Connie Lasher (Vice-President). Nancy Mitchell
(President). Nina C'happell, Lorraine Chan ST.A>ND1NG: Alice Lay. Marilyn Roth. Pam
Robertson. Alex Heppenheiiner. Reinaldo Barreras. Elmer Hamor. Tom Coffin. Bill Mont-
gomery. Tom Heppenheimer. Margaret O'Neal. Mary Clement. Janet Hoverson.



LE CERCLE
FRANCAIS



The French Club organized re-
cently is one of the first language
clubs to be started in our school.
At the meetings members are asked
to give lectures in French about
French culture. French is spoken at
all meetings. To be a member you
must have taken two semesters of
French with a "B" average.




SITTING, led to right: Pnl>v H...mi. K,.|Iii Sulln.m, Alheria Wilder, Estlle Davison (Secre-
tary), Lorraine Chan. STANDING: Doiiiinque DeReilhac. Pat Fue. Michele Belanger
(Hi.storian). Sue Mathiesoji (President). Luigi Manlovani (Vice-President). Nellie Patton.



Page 84



ffi^



NURSES'






-k



FIRST ROW. left to right: Joanne Walker. Beverly Dreyer. Miss McLimans (Sponsor), Amelia Garcia
(Treasurer). Christine Christiansen (Secretary). Macel Washabaugh (President), Virginia Fairs (Vice-
President). Jane Faris (Historian). Estlle Davison, Alice Lay, Pat Sims, SECOND ROW: Lynn Perry,
Sandy. Edmonson. Candy Husband, Anita Viaz. Carmen Valencia. Mary Clement, Rosalie Hewitt, Cheryl
DeRap, Charlene .'\cuff, Linda Burza. Sue Brennen, Maureen Chnrton. Ruth Mason. \ iolela Fuentes.
Mary Tortenson, Pat Feu, Gloria Snow, Lorraine Chan THIRD ROW: Toni Fournier, Sandy Johnson.
Edith Stiebrilz. Barbara Wagner. Lita 1 igert. Diana DeFreez, Rocio Cabezas, Leda Walbridge. Kalhy
Christiansen, Elizabeth DeSalvo. Kathy O'Donnell, Beverly Schleilfer, Linda Stohrer, Cathy Filzsimmons.
Margo Stanley. Annabelle Parsons. Valerie Means, Alice Link, Nancy Largent, Priscilla Moragn.
FOURTH ROW: Mar>- O'Donnell. Kalhy Gegg. Margaret Martin. Sherian Meeker, Kalhy Pennington,
Sharon Harvey. Mary Pope. Cathy Parker, Veronica W'alker, Sandy Shore, Joan McGloin, Leslie
Richmond, Shirley Shipnian,



AIDE GLIIB



The Nurses' Aide Club
is a club which is open to
high school girls who are
interested in future careers
in nursing. Sponsors Miss
McLimans and Mrs. Young



PINK GIRLS



The Pink Girls is a group
of girls from the Nurses'
Aides that work at Coco
Solo Hospital during the
summer. They are placed in
different wards throughout
the hospital and are rotated
through these wards as the
summer progresses. The
work is completely volun-
tary and much knowledge
is gained of the nursing
profession.







FIRST ROW. left to right: Lorraine Clian. Aineli.i Gauia (Trca^^urer). Beverly Dreyer. Christine
Christiansen (Secretary) Macel Washabaugh (President) Virginia Fari^ (\^ice- President) jane Faris
(Historian). Estlle Davison. Alice Lay SECOND ROW: Edith Stiehrit/. Lynn Perry. Rosalie Hewitt.
Sandy Edmonson. Mary Clement, Carmen Valencia. Sue Brennen. Ruth Mason. Priscilla Morgan. Katnv
O'Donnell. Mary Torstrn'ion. I'at Fue. Pat Sims. Margo Stanley THIRD ROW: Diana DeFreez. I^da
Walbridge. Rocio Cabezas. Mary ODonnell. Margaret Martin. Kathy Christiansen. Sharon Han.'ey. Joan
McCiloin. Leslie Richmond. Veronica Walker. Alice Link. Shirley Shipman. Cathy Fitzsininions. Linda
Stohrer. Beverly Shieiffer. Annabelle Parsons. Eliza bet! i DeSalvo. Page 85




1 he Cristobelles




Al Di La"




CLASS







In Living Color







"Long, Tall Texan




Page S6



The Hootennniiy Finale




"Hello Muddah. Hello Faddah"



More"





The Knave of Hearts



"Tlie Ping PonB Champs



Page 87




These tiddly-wink games ore murder!





1 can lick anyone in this plnccl!



r"^




Just at I ihought! Playboy'.'.




Hey, get out of the way



Ma and Pa Kettle




Page 88



Smack tlieni good FRF.SHMAN!





Page 89



FOOTBALL









FIRST ROW. lefl to right: Tad Campbell, Tom Heppenheimer. Bill
Dockery. George Evans, Jim Stevenson, Dominique ae Reilnac. Mickey
McElhone. George Kandrin, David Wilder. Ray Ramirez. Jim Moore.
Mike Ryan, Bob Burgener. Woody Sniitn.

SECOND ROW: Pancbo Motla. Joe Stevenson, Chris Clarke. Skip
Berger, Chris W^renn. Don McCullough, Orrin Clement. Mike Sullivan.
Jon Jorstad. Wally Brians, Dan Jones, Pete Young. Bill Smith. Howard
Favorite.



FOOTBALL




Poge 90



LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Moore, 140 lbs.. QB; Doug Billison. 174 lbs.. E: Mirkey McEllione. 150 lbs.
E; Jack Blair. 172 lbs.. E: Bob Burgener. 155 lbs.. E; George Evans. 140 lbs.. G: Dan Jones. 175 lbs..
T: George Kandrin. 155 lbs.. C. Team Captain; Woody Smilh. 184 lbs.. T; Wally Brians. 159 lbs.. HB;
Skip Berger. 167 lbs.. C; Ray Ramirez. 158 lbs.. HB: Wayne Holz-claw. 206 lbs.. G; Bill Dockery.
140 lbs.. E.



TEAM




THIRD ROW: Leo Paulson. Bill Hanly. Wayne Smith. John Morin.
Elmer Hamor. John Sullivan. Robert Thomas. Robert Will. Jim
Cronan, Tom Coffin. Jack Blair. Doug Billison. Dana Hughes,

FOURTH ROW: Ken Karpinski. John Sanders. Deen Greer. Doug
Smith. Mike Filzpatrick. Jack Sanders. Ijsuis Valencia, Eric Ernest,
Wayne Holtz-claw. Annibal DeJesns. Brent Mitchell, Dennis Forsgren.
W^alter Thompson.



LETTERIUEN The 1963 Season





LEFT TO RIGHT: David Wilder. H5 lbs HB: Orrin Clement. 120 Ihs.. QB;
Don McCullough. MO lbs.. HB: Chris Wrenn. 160 lbs C: Jon Jorslad. 170 lbs
T: Pancho Motta. 173 lbs.. G-C: John Sanders. M5 lbs.. HB: Ken Karpinski.
165 lbs.. FB.



1

Jamboree, Sept. 27: C.H.S. 33, C.Z.C. 6,
B.H.S. 0. S.D.A.C.

October 4
Cristobal 40 Schools Div. A.C.

October 1 1
Cristobal 6 C.Z. College 6

October 18
Cristobal 33 Balboa 1 3

October 23
Cristobal 13 Schools Div. A.C.

November 8

Cristobal 6 C.Z. College 21

November 15
Cristobal 1 3 Balboa

Palm Bowl, Nov. 27: All-Stars 7. C.Z. College 6




MOST



'ipy>




VALUABLE







PLAYER



Orrin Clement



Orrin Clement is one of the most outstanding
men ever to play football in the Canal Zone.
Although he weighs only 129 pounds, many times
during this past season he outplayed rival quar-
terbacks who were much heavier.

He is a very versatile man and can both run
and pass. His rushing average is 6.0 yards per
carry, a record which few quarterbacks anywhere
can match, and he is an accurate passer, both on
long passes and short passes. His completion
record is 56.2%, an average which places him up
among the best of the nation s passers. His ability
on offense is shown by the fact that during the



past season he personally accounted for gains
totalling 1050 yards and a total of 73 points.

He was chosen as quarterback for the All-Zone
team made up of the eleven best Zone players,
and %vas the only Cristobal player to be chosen
unanimously. He quarterbacked the All-Stars in
the Palm Bowl and led them to victory over
Canal Zone College for their first victory since
1958.

Best of all., he was a Junior this past season
and thus has another year to play for the Tigers.



Page 92



TRACK



TEAM





FRONT ROG: Jon Jorslad. Remundo Pacheco. Bob Monlesclaros, Ricliard Hull. William Hanley.
Thomas Benero. Fred Ryan. Jack Sanders CENTER ROW: Ralpl. Morales. Mike Ryan. Bot Burgcncr.
Mike Baranick. Ray Ramirez. Reginaldo Lum. David Wilder. Bill Dockery. Bill Aclieson. John Sanders.
Coach Moser. BACK ROW: Mike Sullivan. Chris Wren. Mark Troselh. Mallhew Baas. John Pettier.
John Hotsko. Marcel Matamores. Mike Davila. Wally Brians.





'.tl




BASEBALL TEAM




f f



SEATED: Richard Hakanson. Skipper Berger. Wally Brians. Jack Sanders, David Wilder. Mickey
McElhone. Ray Ramirez. STANDING: Bill Dockery. Gregory Hakanson, Jokn Sanders. Kenny Kar-
pinski. Leslie Higliley. Grant Snjill. .Panilio Motla. NOT PICTURED: Doug Billison.






VARSITY BASKETBALL




KNEELING: Jim Moore. Alex Ramirez, Orrin Clement. Woody Johnson. Fred Ijnck. STANDING:
Robert Bergener. Jack Blair. Mike Baranirk, Dan Jones, Mark Troseth.

JLNIOR VARSITY




KNEELING: Julio Sniill), Jose Vasquez,. Jim Cronan. Erie Ernest. Ronnie Rnhertson. STANDING:
Reimundo Parheco. Leslie Higlilev, Torn (\jlfin. BoK Sanders. Cliris Wrenn.



Page 95



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS




Rosemary Reardoi
Captain





Carol LaCroix



:IV I iiliiniho



SantJy Wciglc






^ fi F^ P ^








Carol LaCroix. Sue Soyster, Diane Asl)ury. Sandy Weigle. Rosemary Reardon. Judy Paluiiibo. Peggy
MacConnell. Bernie Babinecz.




r






Bcmie Baninecz



Diane Ashury



Sue Soyster



Peggy MacConnell





Page 96




Nancy Huldquisl





MAJORETTES




Michelle Renier




Leslie Dugas




Kathy Pennington



Donna Vaclie



Page 97



"A" LEAGIE




FRONT ROW: Margart-t Martin. Magaly Alayon. Sandy Wejgle. Rina Alayon. Nina Cliappell.
BACK ROW: Nancy Huldquist. Peggy MarConnell. Caria CKanibers. Judy Palumbo. Gayle Pettier.
Bemie Babinecz, Janine Bedswortli.

GIRL'S BASKETBALL



4n"



B" LEAGUE




Page 98



FRONT ROW: Katl.y Scluehe. Carol LaCroix. Darnell Will. BACK ROW: Jean Walker, Diane
Asbury, Sue Soystcr, Eleonor Lewis. I.indn Jolinson. Gloria Lrlaiaier, Marianne Fields.




FRONT ROW: Peggy MacCoiinell. Beriiie Baf>inecz. Judy Palunibo, Nina Cliappell. Audrey Duncan.
BACK ROW: Rosemary Reardon, Janine Bedsworth. Violota Fuentes. Gayle Fetller. Hilda Hotsko.
Caria Chambers. Sandy Weiglc Margarel Martin.

GIRL'S VOLLEYBALL



un99



B" LEAGUE




f-RONT ROW: I^slic UugHs, l.il,, liijerl. Cnrol UiCroix. Darnell Will. Mary Ann Fields. BACK
ROW: Diane Asbury. Sue Soysler. I jiulii lolinson. Fleonor I ^-wis. Ruth Mason. Sue Rosroe. Gloria
Leiaidier. Dorolny ilarper.



Page 99



TENNIS TEAMS




KNEELING: Fred Linck. Jim Castagno. Jolin Sullivan. Coack Vill.
STANDING: Robert Bergemer. Pancho Motla. Mike Furlo, Dom-
inique DeReilnac.



KNEELING: Nina Cliappeil. STANDING: Carlo Chaniters.
Rina Alayon. Jill Beecn. Galye Fetler. Magaly Alayon.



SWIMMING TEAM



*S(r\




i




i

^



a







r\



SEATED: Oscar Roura. Gihhy Hixon. Sara Palunibo. Judy Red.nond. Judy Williams. STANDING:
Skipper Burger, Nancy Hopkins. Papo Valencia. Woody Sniilli. Carmen Valencia. Tila Fueantes.



Page 100





OUR LEADERS



Page 101




Our Best Wishes
to the Class of '64



and



When You Think
of Traveling



THINK



WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE



I

Page 102



Best Wishes to the
Class of 1964
COCO SOLO

BEAUTY SALON

Tel. 3-6232



Compliments of
JOHN SURANY, S.A.



Wif/i the Compliment of

"FRANCE"

Le Plus Long Paquebot du Monde

Le Hcffve New York




CIE. CLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE
FRENCH LINE



Cristobal, C. Z.



CONGRATULATIONS

C. FERNIE 6c CO.

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



Page 103



COMPLIMENTS OF

GIL MORLAND



Congratulations
from

THE BREAKERS CLUB



MARGARITA FLORIST

extends
Congratulations

to the Class of 1964

Bonded F.T.D. Florist



Compliments of

PANAMA AGENCIES CO.

Cristobal Panama Colon Balboa
3-2135 3-0024 7-1744 2-2159



Best Wishes from the

PANAMA CANAL
YACHT CLUB



Page 104




You dropped your ire rrenni WHERE?



Kiss nip. you lool.



Mr. -Atlas"






We ilcpii I l..,v li> o.it il, do we?




Hey. let go!



Get off my foot!



iJoii t move. Way.! Here comes the train.




Girl presidents, girl astronauts, tint gid ["OO'IBALI
Pl^YERS?



But, C^ia water in tlie pool.



Inis Kousirig sliortage i.s no joke!



Page 105





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Name-Brand Appliances at BIG DISCOUNT PRICES. Choose from such brands as
FRIGIDAIRE, GENERAL ELECTRIC, ZENITH, FEDDERS, RCA-VICTOR, WHIRLPOOL,
AMANA, MOTOROLA, WELBILT, and many others. All appliances sold at tremendous
discounts to you, and with Full Factory Warranty. We handle all shipping arrangements.

For information and prices, write AIR MAIL: GEORGE M AROUSE, Owner, or MEL
PERMUTT, Manager. When in New Orleans, visit our complete appliance store, and SAVE!



Compliments



of



Best Wishes to the Senior Class
from.

FORT DAVIS
NCO OPEN MESS



THE

ITALIAN

LINE



THE FRENCH BAZAAR

J. J. Palomeras, S.A.*

Colon

"The most talked-obout gift store

on the Isthmus."



Page 106



Compliments of

THE MARGARITA
UNION CHURCH



NORTON, LILLY
& COMPANY, INC.

Masonic Temple
Cristobal, Canal Zone



Compliments of

THE FORT DAVIS
GOLF CLUB



Complim.ents of

JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY,
INC.

Tel. 7-3353



Compliments of



BOYD BROTHERS
STEAMSHIP AGENCIES. LTD.



Page 107



Compliments of

L. K. COFER

AGENT

Room 1 1 1 Captain of the Port Building

Balboa, Canal Zone

Telephones:

Office Balboa 2-2572 and 2-2998

Office Cristobal 3-3206



Compliments of

ALHAMBRA CLUB

Visit the New Typical Spanish Restaurant

Spanish Meals The Best Service in Colon

In Front of Old Colon Railroad Station

Front and 8th Street Colon, P.P.



Complim.ents of



PEIKARD, R.P.



Tel. 7-1920
Colon Free Zone



Compliments of



SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT, S.A.

Chevrolet Buick Opel
Oldsmobile



Colon



Tel. 7-1820 or 7-1821



Page 108




'il^'HP'I'i"'^^


\


" ~ t*




'^



i^ver s Lane



"Come and trip il as you go, on the lighl tanlaslic

toe."




See Ronnie, we diil put ytxir
picture in.




The Stair- Warmers.





So what are you three looking at?




Shake!





Whalcha got there Mary?




Que pasa. aqui?



Underchissiiien at work??



Me and my shadows;



Page 109



Compliments of



WILFORD & MCKAY. INC.



Steamship Agents and Brokers

Masonic Temple
Cristobal, Canal Zone



CompliTnents of

THE PANAMA CANAL
TARPON CLUB

Gatun, C. Z.



Compliments of

AUTOAC

Quality Parts and Accessories

For All Cars

Colon. R.P. Tel. 7-3346



Complim.ents of

MAVIS' BEAUTY SHOP

Front Street Tel. 7-0480



Congratulations to the

Class of '64

from.

THE UNHOLY FIVE



Page 110




^<



Junior-Senior Prom




Then Litll.' Red Riding Hoot! said to llic Big Bad lorest fires!

Wolf ...



Ciirol, did you know you liavc little bug.s in your riair?




lis Tnrylon smokers would rnllier figlil tlian liange.



H< y. our Iroji is luriiing iutu ;i prince!



Page 171



Compliments of

E. J. BERGER



LA UNICA

Furniture Store

Latest Styles of the Finest Quality

of Mahogany Furniture

Located on the corner of 8th and Front Streets

Tel. 7-0200 Colon, R. de P. Aptdo. 427



Congratulations to the

Class of 64

from

MARGARITA BEAUTY SALON

Margarita Service Center Tel. 3-1642



Congratulations to the

Senior Class

from

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Canal Zone Program



Compliments of

ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.

Cristobal, Canal Zone



Page 112



MOTTA

INTERNATIONAL,

S.A.






.^^






v^






1 his will feticli you Sliiirks lo stay (lut of .li-t lerritory.




I 111 dis iiiiinv years olJ




Eek! A mouse!



I'sst! Look who s running around with Nancys boyfriend.



l^v-^^fviV,




Cniud-hve. cniel world



All riglit, who tripped?



Page 7/3



SCHERING CORPORATION

Panamerica, S.A.

SCHERING CORPORATION

Bloomfield, New Jersey

WHITE LABORATORIES

Kenilworth, New Jersey

AMERICAN SCIENTinC LABORATORIES

Madison, Wisconsin



Compliments of

CONTINENTAL

SHIPPING

CORP.

Cristobal, C. Z.



Page 114



Complim^ents of

ELBERT S. WAID
POST NO. 2

France Field, C. Z.





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With Best Wishes and Success
to the Class of '64

from

CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE
LODGE NO- 1542

BENEVOLENT
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COMPANIA

INTERAMERICANA

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Zona Libre de Colon

R. de Panama

Telefonos: Colon 1560 1561

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Paper Mate



Compliments of

TAGAROPULOS, S.A.

Box 443

Tel. No. 7-3327

Colon, Panama



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Compliments of

BECTON DICKENSON
& CO., S.A.

Colon Free Zone



Com.plim^ents of

ALMACEN FONG

With a 5c and 10c Department

9th and Bolivar Avenue

Colon, Republic of Panama



Complim.ents of

LA ISLA DE CUBA

Front Street Colon

ATTIAS'

Fourth oi July Avenue Panama



Compliments to the Class of '64

CAIN BROTHERS, INC.

World Wide Moving Service

Tel. 2-2973

P.O. Box 2017

Balboa, Canal Zone



Page 119



TIGER BOOSTERS



Maj. and Mrs. D. Q. Aguilar

S/Sgt Osvaldo Alcaraz

SFC and Mrs. Rafael Aliceo

Miss Anderson

Mrs. Luz De Aquilar

Robert R. Arnold

Sgt and Mrs. Arocho

Sanlalis Arturo

Sgt and Mrs. Autin

William J. Babeach

Mr. A. B. Baenz

Sgt and Mrs. Baker

Lee Banks

Mr. Paul Beck

S/Sgt Wesley C. Bowers

J. P. Bownmn D.A.C

Eleanor R. Brandt

Sgt C. M. Brewer

R. S. Brogie

Mrs. Bart C. Brown

Mrs. Lata Brown

Mrs. Theodore Brown

Mrs. C. L. Brumbelow

Mr and Mrs. Fernando Bruno

Stena Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cain

M/Sgt Armand Callo

Mr. and Mrs. Canabal
Carey

Mrs. Ella Carr

.loAnn Carr

Mrs. Pedro Chainez

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chavez

SFC and Mrs. Cintron

Capt. and Mrs. H. D. Clayton

Ronald R. Coleman

Maj. and Mrs. E. F. Condina

SP4 Harry Cook

Sgt and Mrs. Cook

Mrs. M. H. Copeland

S/Sgt and Mrs. Cortez

Lt. and Mrs. Coryell

Sgt and Mrs. Courtois

Mr and Mrs. Cross

Capt. and Mrs. Currier

Capl. and Mrs. Dade

Charles R. Dade

SP4 W. R. Dauling

M/Sgt and Mrs. Segundo M.
Davila

Mile Davila

Mr. and Mrs. Davis

S/Sgt Geo. R. Dawson

S/Sgt and Mrs. Ronald Dealon

Sgt and Mrs. Denny

Capt. and Mrs. Dexter

Sgl and Mrs. Diaz

Lt. and Mrs. John Diehl

Sgt and Mrs. Dobbs

SP7 and Mrs. J. M. Dockray

SFC and Mrs. N. A. Doney

Mrs. Dough

R. L. Duioz

Mrs. J. T. Dunn
Capt. and Mrs. A. J. C. Egle
1st Sgt Harry V. and P. Enston
SP5 Harole Espy



SP4 Evans

Mr. and Mrs. Fallorosi

Lt. C. H. Fey

Mrs. Ester V. Flores

CWO and Mrs. M. H. Foumier

Mrs. G. French

Mrs. J. T. French

Sgt and Mrs. Frick

Sgt and Mrs. Fue

W. J. Gansen

M/Sgt W. H. Gay

Mr and Mrs. R. Gegg

CWO and Mrs. Ghent

PFC Gladstone

Mrs. A. Gomez

Capt. W. E. Gonzalez

Mrs. E. P. Gonzales

Leo J. Green

Gene Gregg

M/Sgl Hains

Mr. and Mrs. Hakanson

Ronald O, Hole

Sgt and Mrs. Halloway

Lt. and Mrs. T. Hardy

Mrs. M. S. Harualicher

John H. Haursley

J. J. Haynes and Family

CYC and Mrs. R. J. Hclniacy

U.SN.

Mr. and Mrs. Heppenheimer

M.D Hermenegildo

S/Sgt and Mrs. J. E. Herron

Sgt and Mrs. Hinson

SFC and Mrs Hobbs

SPS and Mrs. D. Hudgkins

Mrs. E. W. Hodgkins

Lt. J. D. Holt

Capt. and Mrs W E. Hopkins

Rex C. Hopson

Mr. and Mrs. Humphery

Capt. and Mrs. Hutchinson

Mr. and Mrs. Ingram

Mr. and Mrs. Irving

R. Jaen

Mrs. Charles Johnson

Sgt and Mrs. C. Johnson

Charles E. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Jones

Pauline Jones

Sgl and Mrs. Kam

Mr. Edward A. Kelly

SP/4 Kramer

Sgt and Mrs. Latto

Mrs. Lauren

Joseph V. Lawrence

Sgt and Mrs. Lawson

Mr. and Mrs. Le Deaux

Dr. and Mrs. Levins

SFC Jagmel Al Lopez

S/Sgt Lopez

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Louis

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Maedl

SFC and Mrs. S. S. Marrow. Jr.

U.S.N.

Tom and Marilyn Marsh



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TIGER BOOSTERS



SFC and Mrs. F. Martinez

Sgt and Mrs. Marquez

Jolin Mason

Sgt and Mrs. Mns/.kipwicz

B. R. Mazzoni

SP/5 and Mrs. W, H. M.Allisler

Sfc. and Mrs. J. McCnnIs

R. A. McClcan

Tliomas McGee

Mr. and Mrs. McOoll

Sally McLimans

Mr. R. L. Melberg

Capt. and Mrs. C. S. Merlino

SP/5 and Mrs. J. E Mrrrirk, Ir.

Mr. and Mrs. Merrick

Mr. and Mrs. Metzgar

D. C. Miller

S/Sgt and Mrs. N. L. Miller

Sgt and Mrs H. Miner

PVT. M. L. Moore

Mr. Moore

Iriiia Morales

R. L Morery

Sgt and Mrs Morgan

Capt. and Mrs. Morin

Mr and Mrs. Paul Moser

Sfr. Robert F. Mulral.v

Mr. F. C. Myers

Olga Myers

Lt. and Mrs. C. D. Nirkprson

Sgt. and Mrs. Nilcs

Louis M. Niner

Mr. James D. Norman

SFC and Mrs. F. M. Orasio

.lolu. W ODaniel

M/Sgt. and Mrs. B I.. Orsfield

SP/l Owens

Mr. and Mrs Page

Sgt and Mrs Page

Sgt and Mrs. Pakard

I Aike C. PalunJio

Capt W H Parker

SP/-t Parker

M/Sgt Mrs. R. J. Patrick

SFC. and Mrs. T. V. Peek

Mr an
Maj. and Mrs. Penrose

Lt. and Mrs. C. A. Perry

USN

Sgt and Mrs. R. W. Perry. Jr.

U.S.N,

Mr. and Mrs. James Pfau
Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Phemister
Rutliie Queriedo Riggs

B. E. Raduinske
I. L. Rclngo

Mr. and Mrs. CKarles T. Reeves
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rice
C;.T.L. and Mrs. Richardmaycr U.S.N.
Capt. and Mrs. Gary Riggs
C>iberto Rivera
Mrs. Jack Roberts
Sfc. Curipides Rodriguez
M/Sgt Louis Rodriguez
S/Sgt and Mrs. Virgilio Rodriguez
Sgt and Mrs. Rogers
Sgt Roura

Mrs. Helen Rusliing
Lt. Col. D. Sacnse
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Saenz
S/C Manuel Sanclipz



M/Sgt and Mrs. Tlionias J.

Sandier
Sgt and Mrs. Sanchez
SFC. Feo Gonzolez Santo
Pvt. Satchel!
Sra. Gusline Sauillan
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Sawyer
Mr. and Mrs. Sayoc
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Seelcy
Mr. Selfs

Charles V. Scheidegg
Diane Scheidegg
Mr and Mrs. Frank Scoll
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Scott
Sgt and Mrs. Shields
Mr. Shipman
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sims
Mrs. Alfred F. Smith Jr.

Sgt and Mrs. R. G. Smith

Lt and Mrs. R. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. "Sniitty"

Sgt and Mrs. Sota

C. R. Soukeys

Mr. Spitzer

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Steams

M/Sgl and Mrs. Stevenson

SFC. and Mrs. Harry L. Stewart

Capt. and Mrs. Stohrer

Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. M. Sullivan

SP/5 and Mrs. Wizenz Suroivic

Marion Taylor

Sgt and Mrs. Tliomtun

Mrs. Vernan Toliuer

S/Sgt M. C Tomlin

Sgt and Mrs. Alexander Torres

Sgt and Mrs. Trolsero

Sgt Robert L. Turner

Mrs. M. B. Tylant

Sgt and Mrs Vigil

Mary K. Watson

Mr. and Mrs Margo Vazquez

Mrs. Margot Vazquez

Sir. and Mrs. E. B. Wmn

Capt. and Mrs. Jury Ward

SFC E7 and Mrs. R. H. Warren

Lt (ig.) and Mr. lohn Wall

U.S.N.

Pft. 1. W. Webb

Mr and Mrs. West

Mrs Bobbie Whisman

Mr and Mrs. Tracy P While

Lt. D. A. Williams

U.S.N.

Mr. and Mrs. Wills

Sgt and Mrs. M. W Wiltshire

Mrs C. L. Woggy

Sfr. Thomas A. Wolfe

C. B. Woods. Jr.

R. H. Wright

SFC. and Mrs. J. A. Wyngaerl

SFC. Fmetrio F. Yanez

Maj. iind Mrs. Wrn. H, Yorman

Sgl and Mrs. Young



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Compliments of

CANAL ZONE
POLICE ASSOCIATION

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Congratulations to the

Class of 64
GATUN GUN CLUB



1964 CARIBBEAN STAFF



EDITOR JANET HOVERSON

LITERARY EDITOR ALEX HEPPENHEIMER

SENIOR EDITOR KAREN WASZAK

ASSISTANT SENIOR EDITOR CONNIE LASHER

JUNIOR and UNDERCLASSMEN EDITOR NAOMI KUNTZ

SPORTS EDITOR TOM HEPPENHEIMER

ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR MAGALY and RIN A ALA YON

CLUBS EDITOR BETTY LEWIS

ACTIVITIES EDITOR ROSEMARY REARDON

BUSINESS MANAGER NANCY HOPKINS

ART EDITOR DONNA WONG

ASSISTANT ART EDITOR VICKI CLARK

PHOTOGRAPHER NANCY HOPKINS

ADVISOR MR. REX HOPSON

Junior and Senior Class Pictures by FINLAYSON STUDIO

Other Pictures by FOTO MASDEU



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THE ST S ITTI NG: Kare n VVasza k ao mi Kunt z. Be ll Y Lewis. R ose m a r y Reard o n Nancy H o pkin s. J a n el H overso n S T A 0 1 'G: V i c k i e C l ar k Conni e L as h e r D onna W o n g. T o mm y H e p penhe im e r A l ex Heppcnlw im e r PRESENTS THE P oge

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Page 2 1964 CARIBBEAN

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication .... In Memoriam Administration Faculty Seni ors Hall of Fame. Class Prophesy Last Will and T estament. Juniors Underclassmen Activities .... Clubs Sports Advertisements 5 6 7 8 ......... 11 ...... 35 .... .48 .... 49 ... 51 ...... 57 .... 63 ...... 77 ............ 89 ....... 101 Page 3

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TIGER SPIRIT Page 4

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DEDICATION Mrs. Veva Folsom Because yOll h a ve been a n i n s pi ra t i o n and a h e l p and because yo u have devoled your tim e and t a l ents t o helping the Stude nt A ss o c iati o n w e d e di ca t e th e 1 964 C oribiJ e on t o you i' Irs. F o l s o m

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Page 6 IN MEMORIAM K enny Sanders was a m embe r of the cl ass of '63. His m e mory i s c h eris h e d by his classmates and numerous fri ends in C hri stoba l High S c h ool.

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EVELYN JEAN BREWER A ssis t ant Secr e t a r y ADMINISTRATION PAUL L. BECK. M A Unive r s ity of P r i ncip a l CARL F. MAED L M A Columbi a Univer s ity ASSistant Prin cipa l B. TAYLOR. B S Symc use Univcnity Sec r e t ary CLAUD I A M LAWTON Ass i s t ant Secr e t a r y Page 7

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ADAMARY ANDERSON. M A Unive r s ity of Michigan Girls' Cou n se l o r EDWARD A KELLY. M.Ed. Uni v e r s i ty o f M i am i Boys' Counselo r G. L. ARMSTRONG M A New M e xi co H i gh l ands U n iv e r s ity Wo rld History. Englis h JO ANN CARR. M A University o f A l abama Juni o r High Math FACULTY VIRG I N IA M COND I NA. B A Hunte r Colle ge of t h e City of New Y ork Phys i c .. I Education, H ealth VEVA FOLSOM. M A Col orado S l a t e College Typing, S h orth a nd. Genera l Bu s i n e ss ROBERT BERGER. B A M ic hig a n S i a l e U niv ers i ty Social Studies R I C HARD W BOCK. M .Ed. Uni ve r s ity o f H o u ston High School Mat h SERGEANT C HARLE S M BREWER RO.T.C. J UNE FATTOROSI. MA Univer sity of South ern Mi ssissi ppi Physica l Education W I LL I AM J. GANSEN. MA Univer s ity o f M ichiga n Hi s t o ry. Mat h ANNE D GEGG. M.S. ;n E d Cornell University F r e n c h. Lotin. S p anis h

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EDWI N KOZI OL. B A ivl i c hisnn S i a l e Unive r sity Social Studies. Art ETHEL LAUR IE. N e w Y ork S i a l e U nivers i t y j\ 1 a th DOUGLAS LllTON. M S l'vlissi ss ippi S l a t e U niv e r s ity Phy s i c o I Educfllio n Health PHI L Fre s n o S i n l e C olle g e H i s l o r ),. E n g l i s h CAI Y I' A I N CARL MERLINO. B S Unive r sity o f P e nn s y l vania R O TC. R OBERT I ndian .. S t O i C U niv e r s ity I ndustrial Arts .... --EUGE NE T GREGG. M.t\. Uni\' c r sily o f Col o r n d o U. S H i s t ory R E X C. I-IOPSON. I.A P e ab o d y T eac h e r s C ollege Engl i s h J oumn li srn IlOB E f{T O .IAEN .I. I ) L. U ni vcui l y o f jvl n drid Spmli s h A LFHI LD BA GUS l
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Page JO JAMES H P FAU. M A U niver s ity o f C h emistry C HARLE S T REEVES M A Arizon a S t o t e U niv e r s ity Sci e n ce M ath S TEI.LA RIEFKOliL. M A Columbi a U niver s ity S pani s h FRA N K B S P I TZER. B S Eas t Car olina Colle g e Scien ce. M a th JAME S E STEA RNS M A University of F l orida S pani s h FREDA L. STO HRER. MA U niv e r sity of T c nncsse Englis h HARRIEIT YOUNG PhD. Loui s innn S toi c Universi t y Englis h E C. S HARI CK. M A lIIini o s Sta l e Unive rsit y Specia l Ed u ca tion Social Studi e s ROBERT F S HIPMEN. M .S.I.E Purdu e Unive r s ity ln du slrio l Art s DOR O T liY S M ITH M A U nivcris l y o f D e nve r NOT PICTURED L. J. FATTOROSI W H GAY VIKI D IAZ S OPH I E I'IcLiMANS BERT THOMPSON YOLANDA RODG I GUEZ

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P age 12 CLASS OFFICERS PRES IDENT ALICE AG NES u\ Y "Al ice D ece mb e r 2 6. 194 5 H o ng K ong "A tim e l ess worke r t h e w h o l e day l ong. H e r lif e s in tun e l i k e a j oyful song. Natio n a l H o no r Socie l y 4 : N a ti o n a l Thes p i a n Socie ty 3 : N ur ses Aide 1 .2.3.4. S ec r e t ary 2 Trea sure r 3: Drama t ics C lub 1.2.3.4 : T o rrid Z o n e Wiza r d s 2.3.4. Sec r e tary 3 : C a ri6 e C lub 1.2 3 4 : G irl s S t a l e 3: C l ass Vic e -Pres id ent 3 : C l ass Pre s i d e nt 4 : Pro m D eco rati o n Committ ee C hairm a n 3: Pink Girls Prog ram 2 3 : T en ni s 3: C l a ss A s s e mblies 3.4. VICE PRESIDENT FRANK BORS ELlJNO. JR. "Frank" A u gesl 3 1 9 4 6 Anc o n. C a n a l Zo n e "Quie t and s hy. but q uit e a guy H o m e roo m Alte rn a t e I : Drill T eam 2,3: Best Drill T e a m (Fie ld Night ) 3: Car ib e C lub 1.2.3.4: "21" Club 3.4: C l a s s Vice-Preside nt 4 SECRETARY D O A A NWON G "Do nut A pril 2. 194 6 Col o n. R epub l ic of P a n a m a Quic k. s tudi o u s d epcndable--a r e a l c r e dit t o th e senio r dass. NEDT C erti f i c a t e 1 ,2: Band 1 2. 3 : O r c h es tra 1 .2.3 : T o rrid .zon e Wizard s 1,2 3 4 : C a rib e C lub 1.2.3.4. Sec r e tary .Tre a sure r } Vice-P r eside nt 4 : Athl elic Cou n ci l P reside nt 3: Rin g Comill itte e J: P r o m T a b l e D eco ra t ion s 3 : S A V ic e Pres id e nt 3; Dramatics C lub 1,2. 3. 4 : Secr e t ary '2: N ur s es A i d e 1 .2. 3 : Hi s t o r ia n 2: C la ss Preside nt 2 : C l a ss Sec r t'l u r y 4 : N a t i o n a l H o n o r J .tI. T r e a s urer 3 4 : C I H s s A sse mblies 3. 4 TR EASURER JVIARGARIT A N E JVI .cCO /NELL P e g gy Sept e mb e r 1 6. 1 9 1 6 San Ang e l o. T e xa s S u ccess i s t h e k ey t o h a ppin ess B o l boo Hi g h. B a lb oa H e i g h ts C.Z .: I nlwllltlffil s: Volley b all 2: Ballkc t b all 1.2 : S A R e pr e s e nt a t i\le t.2: C a r ibe Club I : Fros h -Sop h Frolic Committ ee 1 : (l.1 ytiw l og y C lu b 1 : Sad i e Hawk ins D a n c e Commill e e 2, Quee n D a i s y M a c 2: S h o w ca s e Com m itte e 2: A V Award 2 : H o n o r S tud e nt Awa rd 1,2. Cris t o b a l High : B ,Ulqu e l Corn m illee 3: GAA 3 j : Natio n a l H o n o r Soci ety l A. Sec r e l a r y 4 : Girls' S t a l e 3 Scc re l ary o f S t a t e 4 : C l as s Trea s ur e r 4 : Card s & Announce l e nt s I.

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ALAYON "fYlagli y May 4, 1 946 Cagu n s P u erto R ico "The mo re you kn o w h e r tlt e mo re you l i k e h e r Indiana Hig h S c hool. Indiam! P e n n : AIIS tnr B a s k e t b all. V olleyb all. Softball 3 Hi g h : B as k e tb aJl "A" Leag u e <1: C o r ibbc{lfl S t aff 4: Tr o d e r u ind S i aff 4 S AC H ESON "Bi ll Sept e mb e r 8 1 9 1 6 tvl m ga rita Can o l Zo n e "A friend 1 0 all w h o kn o w him Soccer C h a mp s I : B oy s S t a l e 3 R I N A ALAYON "Rina rv llY 'I. 1946 Caguls Puerto Ri co "Always happy olwI)'s gay, J u s t as nice fro m day 1 0 day." India n a High School. Indi a na. P enn: GAA 3 : AII, S l a r Pin and Badge 3 Cris t o b a l H i g h : GAA 4 ; B a s k ethall "A Leag u e 4 : Caribbe a n Staff 4: Tro d ewin d S t a ff 4 C H A RLE N E RUll-l ACUFF C hinky June 2 0. 1 94 6 Maryville T ennes s e e F r i e nd l in ess i s h e r p a ss i o n B enlo n High Scho ol. B ento n T e nn : FHA I B a n d I : Orc h es t ra I ; F lu t e Trio I B oo n es Hig h School. J o n es b o ro. T e nn : FHA 2 3 ; B a nd 2 ; Fre n c h C lub Pres i d enl 2 ; Fre n c h AW(lrd '2: Fren c h Club R e p orle r 3; Bor Trocks S i aff '2: Free Americ a Club 3 : B e l a C lub ) ; T ypi n g Awa r d 3 N Alio n n l I I ollo r Socidy 4 A LBERT A LE XAI\ 'DER A R C I A "A I Novc mb e r 1'2. 1 9 46 Col o n. R epubl i c o f P n nama H e goes a r ound wHit b oth fcct pl a n t e d fir ml y in the air." Page 13

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REI NALDO BARRERAS. JR. B aldo" D ecembe r 23. 1946 Hunm coo. P u erto Rico "Politeness i s 1 0 do lind say th e nices t things in t he ni ces t way:' Ca r ibe C lub 1 .2.3 .4 : Torrid Zon e Wizards 2,},4: Dramati cs Club 2.3,4: Thespian Play 4 : C l a ss A ssembly 4 Nation a l H o n o r Soc iety 4 BARBARA JANE WH I T E BELCHER "Barbam" June 1 3 1939 H o l b rook. Long I s l and. New Y o r k "Sh e lives a l peace w ilh all m an kind : C H R I STINE ANN BATH "Chris" O c tober 3, 1946 Aneo n. Can a l Zone "The f emal e o f th e specie s i s mor c deadl y t h a n the ma le," I ntramur a l s: V olley b all 1.2.3.4: BAs k e tb all 1 2.3 ; Swimming Team 3: Girls' Drill Team I : Chris t mas Formal and Awar d s B all D eco rat in g Com mittees 1 .3.4 CHARLES VINCENT BIALKOWSKI "Ch arles" October 20. 1946 Mar g arita. Canal Zone "A s u ccess in all h e does." "2' Club 1 ,2.3,4 : O ut s tandin g 1'11 Meda l I ; Hig h es t Average M -1. lrd on Fin a l Exam ; Us h e r Guor d 2; 2nd Prize "2' Cl ub E ssay 2 JEAN PHIUP M I C HEL BELANGER Mike" M a r c h 14 1 946 Col on, R e publi c or P a n ama A qui e t likeable lad. Outs t a nding Fre n c h S tud ent 2; F r e n c h C lub 3.4; "2' C lub 3,4; H o m eroom Alt e n m t e 3 Pagp 14

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JAN I S BROG I E "Janis" l\ lay 19. 10-16 ChiOl!!O Illin o i s "Bubbl i n g ove r wil h l o \ e. lif e and laught e r l3a il)Oo Higk B n l bon H eiJ::hts c.z,: GAA 2 : Ba s k et b all 1.2.4 1 : V olley b nll 1.'2. 3 : Ping Pong 1.2: P a n .t\mcriCftrl Club 1.2: P c p C lu b 1.2: Carnival D a nce CO lllmittec 1 : Fns hi o n Sllow I : G e t A c q u a int e d Dance COlllllliltee 1 ; T o mo rrow's Secr(' I nrics : Sccr c l a r y o f Celli e r L"lb f o r T e a c h e r s 4 C HARLOlT E VIR G I N IA J3IALK O W SKI "Ch a rlie" Oclo her 20. 1046 i'larga ril a Cnnal Zone "SI .. :"'5 5 p a rklc and s pi ef' and e v e r ything nice. Intramura l s: \ 'ollcy6 all 1,2.3,.1; Bas k e tbnll 1.3: Softball 1 .2: T ennis 3 ROT C Company Sponsor -I: Homccoming Courl I EDWARD BROO K S "Ni c k April 1 5. 1916 l\ l argaril [t. Cnnal Z o n e Y o u gcl Qui o f life whnt YOli put into il:' F oo tl:wll I : B as k etball I : Tr:-tck I : Prom D eco r a ting COlJlmittee 3 : Home r oom A ltenmle 4 JEFFREY BRANDT 8;W Nov e mber '23. 1 9 '16 D tl),Iona B eac h. F l o rid a "Si l e n ce i s d e e p ond et erna L R O BERT ROY BURGENER B o b i'ol a r c h II, 1 9 4 6 LotC r oss V Vi sco n s in '" a m m yse lf. my own co mm ande r." "C' Club 3.4 : "'2, C lu b 3 1 : Nationa l H o n o r Soci et y I : F o otball -I: T e nni s 1 .'2,3,4: Bas k e tball 3, 1 Page 1 5

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G E O R GE D CAMPBELL 'T,d" Novembe r 1 7 19 ,15 Wob onl. Massachu setts T i m e i s but th e l>lream 1 go f i shing in : Trac k 1 : B as k e tb all I : F oo tb n!l 3.4: H o m e r oo m Allc rn a t c 2. V ICfORIA RA E C LARK Yi d d Nov e mb e r 22. 1 9 1 6 Rup erl. Idah o "Thi n g s th a i n r c slllall l u nr e g reat value," Leaven wo rth H ig h. Leave nworth K a n.: H o m eroo m R eprese nt ative I : P c p C lub 1 Cris t o b a l Hig h : N ur ses' Aide 2 3: So ftb all 2: Volle yb a l l 3 ,4: Pro m Corurnitl cc 3 : Coribb-eon S t aff 4 L ORRA INE FL OREN C E C HAN "Lorraine Sep t e mber 9, 1946 Col o n. R epuh l ic o f P a n a m a A mo d es t pro of o f th a i h appy b l end-a sc h o l a r n n d a fr i e n d Nurses A id e 1 .2.3.4: D ra m a t ics 1,2,3 4 : Cmib e C lu b 1.2.3.'1: T o rid Zon e ; V i7.ard s 2.3.4: P ink G irl s 1.2 3 : Natio na l H o n o r Society 3,4: Natio n a l Thes p i : Assembly 4 N INA LE E C H APPELL "N' Sep t e m b e r 2 1 1 9 1 6 Eustis n o rid o "Sh e a lwo)'s sco r es b oth in sport s and pers o n ality," GAA 2 .3 .4. I ; Intramural s 1,2 .3, 4 ; T e nn i s L eite r 2.3; Torrid Zo n e Wi"l.<'1r d s 2,3.4 : Car ib c C lu b 2,<1: Prom Commi tt ee 3 Page 16

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E S TLLE HARRIET DAVI SON "Dovey" Novembe r 10. 1945 Ancon. Cana l Zone Happiness and sUIl" hin e a r e h e r mo tt os Dra m!lti cs Club 1 ,2.3.4 : Nur ses' Aide 1.2.3.4: Pink Girls 2.4: Pep C lub 2: Thes p i a n s 3. 1 : Gir ls' S i a l e 3: Le Cerde Fra ncai s 3.'8. PPRISCllLA VI CTOR I A COLLINS "Priscilla" Sept e mb e r 7. 1946 Mar ga rita, Canal Zone "The beauty of heaven i s th e s lars Pri scilla's i s h e r eyes," B a lboa High. B alboa Heights. C.Z.: Pep C l ub 1.2 : Pan American C lub 1.2.3 : Trib l e "C' Club 1.2 3 Inlr nmUJ'sls. B as k e tb all and Voll eyball 1.2 BARB ARA ANN DEL vECCH I O Blrb n m" J anuary 1 7 1947 Brooklyn. New Y or\r "FuJI of vim. v igor and v itality:' Pink Girl s 1 .2.3,4: N ur ses' A ide 1.2.3.4: Dram a t ics Club 3: I nlrarnura l s 1 2.3. 1: C l ass A&sclII' bli es 3.4: Prom CommiUce :;: C horus 1,2: P e p Club 2 ROBERT OWEN CORRI GA B o b June 1 6, 1 944 P a nama. R epublic o f Panama "Edu catio n i s th e breath o f lif e but I' m s h ortwinde d:' "Dominique" August 29. 1945 Pari s XVIII. Seine F r a nce "The so rt o f f r i end e v eryo n e wants t o h ave Eco l c 01 ..... m a m : Fre n c h Lit cwtur e Awar d I : National Sci e n ce Awa rd '2: Socce r 1.2: Bask e t b all 1.2: Equit a t ion 1 .2 : T rac k 1 .2: H a n d b all 1.2: Rifl e T ea m 1 Cris t ob a l H igh : Socce r J: Ba s k e tb all J: Truc k J Page '7

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WIU.IAM p D E S ALV O Wapo" Nov embe r 2 2 194 5 O y s t e r Bay, New Y ork D o n l e i study inte rf e r e w ith educ a tion Drill T ea m 1 .2: Rifl e T ea m 1 2: Drill and Rifle Team Ribbon 1.2 : Service M e ril Ribbo n 1 .'2; Efficiency Ribbo n 1 ,2 : C H S "AMA" Club 4 FRA N K EDWA RD E N DER "Fronk" N ov embe r 2, 1 946 Mllr g arilo.. Ca n a l Zo n e "Whoe v e r in ve nt e d w o r k s h ould h a v e fini s h e d it" Fo o tball 2 EMILY D IAL "Emily" Mar c h 6 1946 G ranit e. Okla h o m a "Honor a nd kn o w ledg e a l o n e ca n Illcril-al o n c can produce laG rang e Senio r Hig/" Lak e C h arle s La.: Cirls Int ers c h o lastic B a s k etball T e a m 1,3; alional Junio r H o n o r Socie t y I Vi ce Pres id e nt 1 : S p a n i s h C lub J: Int e r sc h o lastic R ally 1 2 ; B a nd 1 2 3 Cris t o b a l Hi g h : Natio n a l H o nor Socie t y 4; Na. lio n a l j\ l e rit Semi Finalis t 4 : Dran18 Club I : C l ass Assembly 4 GEO R G E W. EVA NS G eo r g e N o v embe r 1 4 1 9 1 6 Mar gn rita Can a l Zone "Ve ry q ui e t and unass umingW e i ghty p l n n s hi s mind if> b rewi n g WIU.IAM R U D O LPH DOCKERY Doc" J anua ry 11. 1945 M a r g n rita. Cnnal Z o n e H e e nj oy s Ijfe with n o jf's. nnds o r bllt s about it." T r a c k 2.3.4; Football 4 ; "C" Club 2 ; Rifl e Team 2.3,4: Most I mpr oved S h oo t e r 2 3: Rifl e T e a m Ivl cd.1 2 .l, Page 18

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A N DREW FURL O Wop" No\ 'embc r 20. 1 9 1 6 Granville. New Y o r k H appy am I. f ro m Cll r c I'm free: \;Vhy cu n t h e y all b e cont e nt e d lik e meT H o rl'ch eacls Ccntro l High H o rseh ea d s N Y .: Tennis 1 A.C. F l ora Hish Sc hool. Columbi a. S.c.: Coin Chili 2 : Bridge Club '2: nl o r C h orus 1,2. C r i s t o b o l Hi g h : C l ass Assemb l y I V IRGI N I A 'ME FAR I S G inny" f\' larch 2}. 1 9 46 fVl orgari l o Cana l Zo n e "Always th e re 1 0 l end a h a nd Whe n tl, e silu a ti o n ma y d e m and. Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.4. f-lis t oria n 3, Vice-Pres id ent 4 : Pink Girls Program 1.2,}: Caribe Clu b 1.2. 3,.t. Secret ary-Treasure r I : Drama t ics Club 1. 3.'1 : Girls' S l a t e 3: Pro m D cco m tin g Commillce 3 : Clas.!. A sse mbli es 3.4 GREGORY LOU I S I-IAKA NSON "Hak" Sep t e mb e r 23. 1945 f\' l n rgorHl, Con a l Zo n e lives l ove s find l a u g h s his W t y Baseb all 2,3.'1. [\' Iost V a lu a bl e Pl aye r 3 : Football 1 .2 : Trnc k I : C la ss A sse mbl y :i: Dra mati cs Club I : Tllespian Play'!. TO N I JO FOUR N I E R T on i Dcrcmb e r 2 4. 1946 Pitt sburg h. P e nnsylvania It i s b elle r t o be s m all fin d cast 0. .. s reat lig ht than 1 0 b e l a rg e and n o t s hin e a l all Uppe r St. Clair f-Ijgh. Pill sburg h, P enn.: ITA I ; H omeroo m Tre a sure r I : D ra ma C lub 2: R e h obo th tvl assa chuse ll s S t a t e o nd Regi o n a l Speec h F estiva l 2 Cris t o b a l Hi g h : Nurse s Ai d e I : C lau A sse mbl y 4 E Li ZABETI-I JEANE I-IARD'vV I C K Jennic" F ebruary 5. 1946 "Sh c liv es (II pe(l ce w ith (III m a nk ind C h ess Club 2 : N ur ses Aidc 2 3.4 : Ba s k ctb."lll 2.3 Page 19

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J .I ALEXANDER GEORGE H EPPEN H E I MER "A l ex" January t. 1947 N e w Y ork. New York 'The hi g h es t o f di s tinctions i s se rvice to o th e r s Natiomll Hono r Society 3. 4. Vi c eP res ident 4 : FTA 1.2.3.4. Pres ident 4: "21 Club 3.4. Secretary 4: Dramatics Club 1.2,3.4; Thespians 3 .4. Play s 2 .lA ; T o r rid Zone Wi:zard s 3.4 ; H om e r oo m Alternat e 2.J: A ssem bly 2 3,4; NEDT Certificates 1.2 : B o y s Sta t e 3 ; N S F Schol a r ship J: ROT C Batlalio n XO Major 4 : Drill Team 2 : U s h e r Guard 1.2,3,4, Comdr 4: Rifl e Team 2 ,lA. Mngr <1: D .A. Superior Cade t 2 .3: Govern o r 's Cup 3 ; Highest 2 ,3; Ring Commill ee :>: Executiv e Commitlee 3.4: C l a ss Assemblies 3 .4 : T raclewincl S t aff 4: Caribb e oll Llerary Edito r 4 : QUill and Scroll <1: T.F. Bridge D edic atio n 3 : NCfE Nominee :5: Ldrshp School Dis!. Grad },4. THOMAS JOHN HI CKEY "Tom" June 2. 1946 Anean. Canal Zone "Your big troubl e i s that you have t oo many inhibiti ons. ROTC Outstanding Cad e t 1 : R ifle Team Top Third S h oote r 3. TH OMAS ADOLPH H EPPENHE I ME R H epp" Janua ry 1 19 47 N ew Y o rk. New Y ork "The l oya l es t Tig e r o f them all, H om e room R eprese nt ative 1 : SA Ways and Means Committ e e 2; SA Public ity CommiUf'e 4: Camp a ign Manage r 1.2.3: H om e r o o m A lt ernate 4 ; Nationa l Hono r Society 4: NMS Semifinalis t 4: Michigan Stat e Univers i ty Scholarship C o mp e tition 4 ; NEDT C e rtificat e 1 .2 : Thes pi a n s 3 .4: The spian P l ay s 2.3.4: F oo tball 3.4. M a n a g e r 3. Lettered 3: T 2 : Torrid Zone W iza rd s 2.3 .4 ; Caribe Club 1 .2 .3 .4 ; NSF Scho larship 2 : Clas s A sse mb l y 3: Caribbean Sports Edito r 4 : T radewind S t a ff 4: Boys' State 3: T om and louie S ho w 3.4. NANCY KATHERINE H OPK INS Hoppie" July 3. 1946 H ya nni s Massadlus ett s "Enthus i a s m and friend lin ess a re the dynamics o f her personality NEDT Certificat e 1,2: Swimming 1.2.3.4 Lettere d 2.3.4: Nwses Aide 1.2.3.4: Girls 2.3. P rel>ident 3: Carib e Club 2 ,3.4; Dramatics Club I. Sec retary I : Comm e n c e m e nt Commillee 3: Ring Committee 3 : Executive Committee }; Homeroo m Repres e nt ativ e 3,4 ; French C lub 3.4 : Clas s A s s e mblie s 3.4 : T rod ewind S taff 4 : Caribb ean Pho tograph e r 4 SOLOMON HERE S "Sam" May 21, 1944 Col o n R epublic o f P a nama "Not too s tudi o u s n o t t oo gay. H e trod s th e e v e n. middl e way Page 20

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GEORGE KANDRIN. JR. G co rge" April 1 5, 1 9 4 < Col o n. R epublic o f Pana m a "On e i s b cller ,hn n h e who ge t s bcl,ind an Edil o rin Chief 4 ; QUill and Scroll 4 K EN NETH PAU L KARPIN SKI "Nose June 23, 1946 Guanta namo B ay, C u ba "A l eader or m e n. a f ollower o f w o m e n F ootball 1 .2.3, 4, Lette r e d 2.3.4. AllS t a r s I : l3aseb.."l.1I 1 .2,3,4. Lcll e rcd '.3. 1 : 2 1 Club 1 ,2 3.4, Pres id e nt 4 : "C" Club 2.3.4. Pres id ent 4 : "2'" Club A ssembl i es 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 : C l ass P res id ent 3 : T o rrid Zo n e \-Vizord s 2: NSF Sch o l a r ship 3: NEDT Certiri cat e 1 ; R O T C B a tt alio n Com m a n d e r I : D A S u peri o r Cadet Ribbo n 1 ; Service M e rit Ribbo n 3 : Rifl e TCdll' 2 .3 .4 : C l ass A ssc m bl ies 3.4 : H om eco ming C ourt 4 D ENN I S ALVI N I ZQU I ERDO D e nnis" Marc h 23. 194 7 San Jua n, P u erto Ric o "vVo rr) i s n o t f o r lads lik e m e I VAN KLASOV SKY B o nes" O cto b e r 20, 1 9 4 6 rvlargarila Can a l Zon e I Ic's n o l l azy, h e jus t c o n serves his s tr e n S lh T o rrid Zon e \-Vi7..ard s 3.4: B oys Stat e 3 Page 21 ,

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Sl"EU.A MAE K UC IKAS "Muen" Jul y 1 0 1946 P a n a ma. R e publi c o f P a n a m a "Quie t and sweet, mosl p leasin g t o meet." Caribe Club 2,3.4: Dramatics Club 3.'1. Secret a ry 4; Thes pi a n P lay 3: Girls S l a t e 3: Inlromura l s: B as k e tb all 1.2: V olley b all 1.2: So ftb all 1 ,2 G lee C lub :>: P r o m B anque t Commill ee :>: C l ass A sse mb l y 3 N n lionnl H onor Soci!"l y 'I. CONST A NCE JOYC E LAS HER "Connie" M a r ga rit a Can a l Z o n e "Act well yo u r p art-the re all th e h o n o r l ies," G lee C lub 1 ; Dram atics C lub 1.2.3, 4 VicePr esi dent J: Thes pi a n s 2 3 .4 Pres id ent 4 : Outs t a n d in g Act ress 3; Thespia n P l a y s 1.2.3: S tud e nt Dir ec l o r 4: T o rr id Zo n e Wiza rd s 1 2 .3,4. V i ce-Presi. d e nt I ; Girls' S i a l e 3: C l ass Assembl y 3.4: Caribbe o n Ass', Sen io r E ditor 4; Trade-wind .:lt a H 4. NAOMI JAN E K U I\ITZ "No N o ve mb e r 2 4 1 9 4 6 Pi tt sburg h, P e nnsyl va n i a "She liv es in pcacc lul h a r m o ny wit h th e w o r l d In trnm uml s: B as k e tb all 1 .2.3.4: V olley b all 2,3.4. G irl s S t a t e 3 : Dramatics C lub 1 : Prom -Banque t C o mmitt ee 3 : C l ass A sse mbl y 3: Caribbean Junio r -Undercl ass m e n Edi t o r 4 J O H N LAS H E R "Las h e r D ece mbe r 10 1945 Anco n, Can a l Z o n e ( m a k e th e mos t of all that come s and th e l eas t o f all th a t g oes." F oo tball M a nager 4 C AROL ANN laC ROIX "La Crock" J a nuary 2 2, J 946 Ancon Can a l Z o n e Pep. pun c h a n d pe rson a l ity-tha t 's our Caral. GAA 2 3 I n l romu .. l 1.2.3.4, Capl a ; n B Le a gu e V olley b all 4 : C h eerlea d e r 3 .4: C l a ss Assemb l y 3; Carihe C lub 4 Pag e 22

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ROBERT DELANO MARTIN Bob" April 14, 19 '14 C o l o n Hepubl i o o f Panama A s light o n h is f ee l as l I e i s in hi & hCilrt:' Outs t anding NCO j\' Jedal and TropllY 4 ; Drill T carn Collllnnnde r 3: Drill T earn Compe lil ion Cup 4: B as k etball I ELIZABETH MARI A LEW I S "BellY" Sept ember 12. 1 9 1 5 Co l on. Repub l i c of P a n ama "She d ese rv es all th a t 's b est in l i f e GAA 3.4: VOLLE YBALL "S" Leolt u e 2.3: Volleyball 1.2 3..1: Ba s k e t ball 1.4: Ccrr ib()(wrI Staff: P rom Committee. SUS A N ALAYNE MATHI ESON "Sam April 26, 1 946 Ancon, Cnn n i Zon e "Friendship i n h e r s mil e. a nd l a l ent in h e r h ands," C l a ss A sse mbl ies 3.4; Frendl C lub 3.4. Sccre l ary 3, P re s ident 4 : H o m eroo m Reprcse nt ath' c I : H Olllc r oo m Alte rn a t e 2: C h o ru s 1 .2 REGI NALDO Reggi e Jul y 2 1 1944 Col on. R epublic o f Panama "Never d o today w h a t yo u ca n ge l s omeone e l se 1 0 d o t o morrow HENRY JAMES Mick ey January 4. 1946 Panama. R e p u blic o f P anama A t errific combina tion of a thl etic ability and friend,h.ip. "C" C lub 2.3.4: Baseball 1 .2.3.4: F oo tball 1.2.3. 4 ; H o m eroo m Alte rnat e 3: H o m eco min g Court 4 Page 23

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JOAN ELlEN McGLOI N Joan" Augus t 22. 1946 Margarita. Canal Zon e A s merry as th e d ay is l o ni_" Glee C lub 1 .2.3 : Girls' S l a t e 3; N u rses' Aid e 3.4; Pink Girls 3; Intmmural s 1.2.3,4: P e p Cluh 1 .2. DEBORAH ANNE MEEKER 'D e bbie'' July 29, 1946 Glenda le. Ca lif ornia "Sh e adds a s pi c e to lif e that"s nice," C lass ASl>cmb l y ,,; Thespi a n s 3.4. L OU I S BOYLE M,GOFF Luke" June 6, 1 9 4 6 Cris l obal. Canal Zon e Let me say-al thi s lime. we mus t f o 6wahd with g reat viga h." Torrid Zon e Wizards 1,2 ; Tra c k 1,2,4; Prom D ecom lin g Committ ee ) ; C lass Ai!;se mbly 3. Torn snd Loui s Show 3.4 ANCY CASH MITCHELL "Milch" Sept ember 20. 1946 A n con. Can a l Zone "Pati e n ce and 2e ntl e n ess 6 r c th e g reat es t f orms o f power." Nurses' Aide 1.2,3,4: Carib e C lub 2 .3,4: Torrid Zon e Wizar d s 1 .2.3.4. P res id e nt -4: Drama t i cs Club 1 .2,3.4. VicePresiden l 4: 111espian s 2.3.4: Pink Girls' 3: G irl s' S i a l e 3: Pl ays 2.3: C l ass A sse mbli es 3. 4 VALERIE ARLEAN MEANS V.I" October 11. 1946 Panama. Republi c o f Panama 'T rue lie s in the m ind. purpose National H o n o r Socie ty 4: Nurses' Aide 1.2.3.1: Caribe C lub 2 3. 4 : Pep C lub 2 Inlra mura l s; Volleyb.1I 1.3.4 B. k e tb.1I .4, Softball 2.3.4 Page 24

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Sf EVE MORR I SON "Ch opper" Novemb e r I I 1946 M o un t V erno n Illinoi s '" can r esist anything exce p t t empt atio n JAMES R MOORE Jim" Sep t em b e r 1 9. 1946 Shreveport. louis i a na. A happy heart makes a happy guy:' Football 1 .2.1.4 : Class A sse mb l y 4 HARRY W Ill..IAM MURRAY "Stud" December 16, 1945 A ncon Calla l Zone "If w o r ry is th e cau se o f death I'll live f o r eve r:' LA U R I E MARGARET JONE S l..aur" Odober 1 7. 1946 New Port. Rhod e I s l and "Sen t e n ces f a i l w h e n one w o r d i s c omplele-s weet. Nurses' Aide 2 W lll..IAM JOH N NELSON "Bu2.z O c t o b e r 1 7 1 9 4 5 London. England "Chances for good l uck s h o uld keep you e n t h u s iastic." Pag e 25

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RO GER KEN NOBLE "Ro g e r Oct ob e r 9, 1 945 Amarillo, Texas It i s th e mind Ihal m a k e s th e mon," H o miny High. H o min y Okla .: K e y C lub 2; Okl a h o m a S t a l c H o n o r Socie t y 2 Cris t o b a l Hi g h : "2'" C lub }: T orrid Zon e Wizard s 3 ; NSF Schola r ship :>; N atio n a l H onor Soci e t y 4 ; Band 2,3.4: C l ass A sse mb l y 4 JUDITH ANN PALUMBO "Judy" Jul y 13, 1 9 4 6 Tre nt o n, Misso uri "vVe o r c all belle r peo p l e f o r h a ving known h e r." Torrid Zon e Wizards 3: C a ribe Club 1.2 3 4 His t oria n 3; GAA 2 3.4 V i ceP res id ent 4 : Na. l i o nn l H ono r Socie t y 3 ,4 P res id e nt 4 ; C heerl e a d e r 3.4 ; H o m e room R epresc nl a liv e 4 ; Dramatics C lub 1.2.3.4: The spians 2.3,4 ; Thes pi a n P l a ys '.2 : C h o ru s 2 3: C l a ss Sec r e t ary.Treas ur e r 2 ; Execu live CornmiHee 3 : Bask ethall B league" 2 3 A Le a gu e 4: Volleyb all "B" Leagu e 2.3. A Leagu e : C l o ss A!s em bl y. BARBARA RUTH O"NEAL "B.oho"" F e bru ary 7. 1946 Manc h es t er. G eo rgia "Cood hUlllor i s wi s do m a n d goodness co mbined. So fth all 1 .2. 3 .4 : Volle yball 1 .2.3.4: B as ketball 2.3 : Caribe C lu b 3 .4 ; Torrid Zon e Wizards 3.4; Drama tics C lub 3 4; Junio r Seni o r Prom Com mitt ee 3 ; C l ass A ucmblies 3.4; H o m eroo m R eprese nt a tiv e 4 : J a mbor ee Committee 4 Page 26

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ILI A AURI S QUI NONES ALEJANDROS "EII'e" Augu s t I. 194i P o r i R ea d. Trinldnd. Briti sh. \V.1. Ant illes Con so l id n t c d Scl lool. San J unn. P .n.: Cllccr[cad c r 3 ; J olly Roger Pep Club '2.3: Junior. Senior Pin y 3. A IDA PEREZ "Sh o ri y" Octobe r 3 1 9 1 4 R i o P ie dra s Puer10 Rico "Good t hin g" CO II.e in s m all packa ges C l ov e r P a r k I li g ll. T aco m a \ Vash .: S tud ent Body Secr e t a ry I : Stude nt Cou ncil Secr e tary 1.2.3 P r es id e n t 1.2 3 : ProlH Quee n 2; Drill T ea m Spon so r 1 .2: C heerlead e r 3 WM'DA GA I LE RA C H A L "\-Va nd a D ece mb e r 1 2 1 94 6 Ale x andria, Lou i s i a n a A n alme ,weel. 0 d', po"lio n plea,onl. DONALD EDWARD PERRY D o n July 25. 1945 New Y ork. New Y ork I f yo u can s l ee p n n d p ass. why s t a y uwo.keT R O T C Erricicncy Ribbon 2: F irst Pinel' P l a toon 3 RAF A E L HUfVl BERT O R M IIREZ Ray" Octo b e r 29. 1 9 1 6 S a n Juan. Pue r t o R i c o H e will r o r h e b e l ieves [tI l h e says." So ulll H ills Cadl o l i c H islt. PiIIs burgh. P e nn : Rib l c Tealll I ; C r oss-Co un l ry. a nd School Tra c k T e am 1. Cris t o b a l High: Foot b all 3.4. Lett e r e d 3.-1: B as k e tball 2.3.4: O l ympics o f P a n a mtl All S t a r T rac k Team 2.3.'1 : "C" C lub 2,3, 1 ; C lass A sse mb l y 4 Page 27

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S IXTO ALEX RAM IREZ "Big A I October 9. 1946 Margarita. Canal Zon e "A small man wit h a big h eart. B es t Ph. Ur. 3; ROA M edal 3: E Company C md r 4. WARDER C HARLES REDMAN "Wardie" June 29. 1946 T e rr e Haut e lndi a n a A h e l pin g h a nd he' II always l e nd ; A ca r e f r ee l a d. but a tru e frie nd. 1"' C lub 2.3.4. Sec r e tary. Assemb l y 3 : Caribe C lub 1 .2.3,4: ROTC Adjutant 4: Footb all Man ager 1 ; C l as s A sse mbl y 3 : U s h e r Guard 2.3. 4 A ss t Command e r 4 R I C HARD FORREST RANKIN Taxi" April 29. 1945 Mar garita. Can a l Zone H e says things his bmin h asn t eve n th o ught of yet." C l ass A ssem bly 4 LESLIE J EAN E RICHMOND Le s l i e' Nov e mber 8. 1 946 Ancon Canal Zo n e I\' li l d mannere d w ith ou t a worry in the w o rld."' GM 3.4; Girls S t a t e 3; N u rses' Aide 1.2 3.4: C."b e Club 1 P e p Club I. ROSEMAR Y REARDON Rosemary" F e bru a ry 1 2, 1946 W ash.ing t on. D C. A j e t p aced gir l wit h a n extra dash o f pe r son a l ity." C h eerlea d e r 3 .4. Capt a in <1: ROTC B a tt a l ion Spo nsor 4; GAA 2.3.4. Secretary 4: Canbe Club 3.4: P e p Club 1.2 : H o m e r oom A lt e rn a t e 1 : Girls S t a l e 3 I nl rnm urnl s: Ba s k e tb all 3 4 : V olleyball 2 .3. 4. AIISt ars 2; Softb all 2 Prom C h a innan 3: Class A sse mbly .3: Corihb eon Act i viti es Editor 4. Pag e 28

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R I CHARD AUAN RO SCOE R oss J anuary I, 1946 M a r ga rita. Crulu i Zone i s m a n bu l a h appy m i xt u re o f de"il nn d saml. FOOlbn11 3 : "C'. C l u b 3.4 : Prom D ccornling Com m i tt ee 3. B E R 'rnM l R ONALD R I GBY B ert"' D e ce mb e r 1 4 1 9 4 4 A n e on. Can a l Z m e "Sil e n ce i s th e vi rtu e o f th e w i se:' M I C H AE L FRE DER I C R Y AN "Mi k e J anuary 1 2 1946 Aneon. C anal Zo ne. F r i e n d ly. s m i l ing: a n icc g u y t o have a r ound Truc k 3 .4 : F o o t h all 4 : B a s k ethall 3.4' B a sketball I ntra mura l s 3.4; Socc e r I ntrnrnu m l s },4: "C" C lub 3.4 V AUDIE G AIL R O B I NSON V a u di e A uetas ] 1 9 1 9 4 5 1\1 a r ga rila. Can a l Zo n e " s ni ce 1 0 b e natura l w h e n you r e n n t u mlly nice. D r amatics C l ub 1,2,3,4 : TJl cspian s 3.4: P e p C lu h 1,2: G i r l s S i a l e 3 J OH N MILTON S A NDE R S "Milt Novembe r 1 7. 1 9 4 6 Marlla rit a C a n a l Zo n e A Irul e work and m o stly p l ay Bl end t o gc lh e r f o r a perf ect day, Baseb all 3 .4 Lelte r e d l 4 : F oo lball l A LeU c red l 1 Page 29 -I

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S A N DR A E. S H O R E Sr m dy" Octob e r 22. 1 9 ,16 Aneo n Con a l Zo n e S h e weaves silv e r thread s i nt o t h e f a bri c o f m e m ory. N ur ses' A i d e 3,4: P i n k G irls 3; P c p C lub 1 ; G lee C lub 2.3. J AME S JOSEP H STEVENSO N "B; g R e d Oclo b e r 3 1 1 9 4 6 Phi l o d elpl li a P ennsy l va n i a "His hopes arc as h i s h as hi s l egs are l o ng," G R A NT WOODROW S MIll-1. JR. W oody Scp l c m!:,c r 1 9, 1 9 1 6 Son A n t onio. T cxns "Of e v ery n o b l e wor k. I h e s i l ent p o r i i s b est." Foot b all 2 .lA. Lette r e d 3 A : Trn c k 1 2.3 .4: B aseball 3 .'1: Bo )'s S t a l e 3: H o m eroo m Alic rn o l e 4: B a n d I : "(::" C lu b 2,3.4. E D l ll-I N A OM I ST IEBR I TZ "Ed i c Sep t e m b e r 1 5 1946 M a r ga r ita. Cnn a l Zo n e "TIl e m i l d es t o f mo nn e r a n d th e g e nlles o f i l eo rl. Bosk cthnll 4 ; V olleyb all 4; Softball 4 : B and, .2. 3.4 : O r c h es l m 2 .3, 4 : Nurses A i d e 3.4 M ELVI N J O H N SOWARDS ".10 1 m Novc m bf'r 18. 1946 Sch ofield Barrack s Hawaii "ufe may be really c nrncsl. but it sure i s fun Page 30

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S A N DR A BEVERLY T OR T ORIC I "Sandy" June I 1 9 1 6 fvl a rgarila, Connl Zo n e "Sh e wn s ollr que e n our ro s e OUf s l a r Intramuml s 1.2: T o rrid Zone \ Vizn r d s 1,'1.3 : Class S ec r e t n r y 3: Girls' S late 3: P r o m Deco r tiling COlilm i ll ec 3: C l ass A ssembly 3: J ambore e Q u e e n 4 MARY JEAN STOur "Jeannie Octo b e r 28. 1 946 Martinez. Californ i a "A frie n d l y compani o n t hroug h o ut the dflY. L,lin C lub 1.2: FHA : P e p C lub I : GAA I : Sof,b.ll 4. L ORRA INE E LI ZABET H UREY "Raine" Novembe r 14 19 16 Ancon. Cnnal Zone "Brimllling ove r with j es t s nnd quips: Never fl s a d wor d o n he r l ips." KATH LEEN GALE SU LLIVAN "Kalhi" D ece mb e r I, 1 945 Los A n ge l es. Cal i f o rnia "She walks i n fa s hi o n whereve r s h e goes," Bay S i d e High. New York. N .Y.: Journa lism Copy Edito r 1. Cristobal High: Fr e n c h Club 3, 1 : Drive rs' Tmining Award 3: ROTC Company Sponsor 4, Y VONNE G WARD B o nni e O c t o b e r 4. 1946 B os ton, j\ l assa chusel t s 'The de"i l wHh in. th e d e"il wilh o ut Tha i 's our B o nni e without a d oubt." V olle yball 1 .2 ,3.4 AllS t a r s I ; B a s k etball 1.3...1, All-St a r s I ; Softh all 1 1 : Girls S tat e 3: Banque t Committee :;, ; T enni s 4 Page 3 1

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RVTH MAC EL WAS HABA UG H "Mace" January 5. 1946 M a r ga rita. C a n a l Zone If s h e were a fin e r person, s h e wouldn't b e huomn:' N unes Aide 1 ,2.3.4, Vi ce-Preside nt 3, President 4. WIUlAM P WHITE "B'II" November 13, 1946 Portland. Maine "There i s morc to m e tha n you understand. Dra mati cs Club 2.3.4 ; Thes pi a n s 3.4; B and leiter 3: Co E Executive Officer 4; Drill T ea m I; Thespi a n Plays 2 3 4 KARE N LEE ANNE WAS ZAK W azzy" D ecember 29. 1946 Salzbur g Aus tria "Forw a r d and frolic, glee was th e re T h e will to do th e so ul t o d a re Junipero M emoria l High, Monterey. Calif : NEDT Certifi ca t e 1 ; School H ono r Soc iety 1 .2: CARDINAL S t aff 1.2; G lee Club 1,2: Intrnmurnls: B as k e tb all 2: Volley b all 1.2 C r istobal Hi g h : H ome room R epresentative 3: Girls' S iale 3: C l ass Assemblies 3.4: Carib e Club 4: I ntmmuro ls: Bask e tb all 4; Volleyb all 3.4 : Soft b all 3,4 : nis 3; Caribbean Senio r E dit o r 4; Trodewind Edi t o r "; QUill and Scroll 4; Notional Hono r Socie ty ALBERTA H ELEN WILDER "AI" August 6. 1945 Brooklyn, New York "A thing o f beauty is a great joy." C l ass Secretary-Treasurer 1 ; Prom D eco ra t ing CommiHee 3; Frenc h Cluh 4; "21 Club Carni va l Court 1 .2 ,3: Homecoming Queen 4 Intra mural s: Baskethall 2.4; Voll ey ball 1.2 ,3 ,4; Softball 3 ,4. S ANDRA EllEN WEIGLE "Sandy" December 20, 1945 Ancon. Canal Zone "A delig htful mixture of mos t everything that's t e rrific." C lass President t; SA A ss' Treasurer }; SA Presiden t 4; C h eerlead e r },4; Drill Team Spon so r }; Girl s' S tllt e 3; C lass Assembly}; 2 Club Court I.}; H o m ecoming Court 4; GAA 2,3,4; Bask etball 1,2,},4; V olley b all 1.2 .3,4 ; Softball 1.2,3.4. P a ge 32

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DONNA RAE "Donna" Mar c h 11. 1945 Seattl e 'vVash i n glo n H appiness i s th e h a r v es t o f a quiet eye Girls' S i a l e 3: Dramatics Club 4; Rifle Team 2.3; Softb all "A' Leagu e 2. 3 DAVI D ARTH UR W I LDER "Wi l ey F e bruary 2\. 1946 b os l on, Mas:mc h u se l l s 'Th e dced I int e nd i s greal. but what. as )'cl. 1 k now n o t.' Baseb all 2.3.4 All-Zone Baseball 3: Footb all 2.4. All -S ta r s 4; 1.3: "C" C l ub 2.3,4: "21" C lub 1 ,2.3. 1 : H omecomi n g C ourt 4 J U DY ANN W ILLIAMS "Judy M arc h 'I. 1 945 Seattl e. Was hingt o n 'True and full o f life-indi s p e n sa bl e 1 0 h e r team SWimming Lett e r 3; GM 2.3,4. T reasure r 4. M i c h ae l Ba r anick P i erre L e ign a di e r M i c h a e l W a l s h Pag e 33

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MR. AND MISS CHS George Kandrin Judy Palumbo Page 36

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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED =;,' Roger Nobl e Peggy MacConne ll Page 37

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MOST INTELLECTUAL Emil y D i a l Ale x H eppenheime r Page 38

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MOST TALENTED Sue Mathieson Kenny K arpins ki Page 39

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FRIENDLIEST N a ncy Hopkins Robe rt M artin Page 41

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BEST DANCERS Alberta Wilder A l ex Ramirez Betty Lewis Page 42

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BEST LOOKING ",.-: f. ..... \ -" -...... ,. ,,,,. .. C h a rlott e Bialkowski John Sanders Page 44

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Page 46 MR. AND M I SS Cl I S Sandy Weigl e K enny Karpinski MOST INTELLECTUAL Roger Nob l e Donna Wong HALL OF FAME MOST TALENTED G reg Hak anso n D o nna Wong MOST ATHLETI C !Vlic key McElhone Jud y Palumbo f\10S T LIKELY TO SUCCEED Frank Bor se llin o Donn a Wong

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RUNNERS-UP BEST DANCERS Rob e rt Martin Rosemary R e ardo n BEST DRESSED Jane t Hover son D a v e Wild e r BEST LOOKING G r e g Hakan s on Jane t Hove r son WITTIEST Ri c hard Rosco e R i c hard Rank i n N a n c y Hopkin s FRIENDLIEST Bill A c heson Judy P a lumbo George Kandrin Mik e Ryan Page 47

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THE SWAMI SPEAKS As I l ook into m y crys tal ball di e smoke and mi s t cl ear, and 1 see IIUlI w hi cll s h ou ld not b e known b y mortal man. II i s the future. in all iii glory an.d hard s hip I see a woman s ittin g in a l a rg e h ouse It i s a while h ouse. H ail Preside n t SANDY vVEIGLE! Due to. the efforts o f Co n serva tive Sen a t o r from Arizona. TOM HEPP ENHEIMER. and ace ball o t sluffe r GREG HAKANSON. Sandy wa s una nimou s l y e l ected in the 1 984 ca mp a ign I n h e r n e w l y c reated cabin e t po s t s A f C ROGER NOBLE. Secretary o f D odo Contro l ; ROBERT BURGENER. Secre tary o f No n A lcoh olic Bever ages: JUDY PAL UiVltlO. Cashbox Secr etary; and PEGGY MacCONN ELL. Secre ta r y o f D e f e n se Agflin s t "The B ir ds:' When th e o ppo sitio n l ea d er. T A D CA!\ 1PBELL. as k e d, "Vvh y do. s o Inony o f the P resident' s co.bine l m e mb ers com e from C HS?" Sand y's P r ess Secre tary PIERRE LE IGNADIER r e p lied, "Didn't K e n n e dy' s com e from H arvard?" No m ore questi o n s were as ke d afte r tha t R ecently BILL DOC KERY di s played his fir s t -place gold O l ympic pol e vault meda l a t t h e Paris Wor ld' s Fair. The US E x hibi lion a l thi s f air wa s d es i g n e d by Ihe worl d f a m ous a r c h i tect ROBERT J'vIARTI N. A lso o n d i s p l ay was the No b e l Prize in Bot a n y won by KENNY KARPINSKI f o r his d evel opment of a money t ree. CHARLES BIALKOW SKI and LO U I S M,GOFF havo gone into the r ealm o f t h e s upern a t ura l They a r e investigating t h e vario u s f o nn s of s pirits V IR G I N IA FARI S a nd ALIC E LAY are in c h a r g e o f t h e B e n Cas e y H ospital. CHARLOTTE BIALKOWSKI h as jus t r eceive d n gold rup for h e r w i nn ing e ntry in the C h amp i o n 9 hip Cou g h Drop S pilting Con le s t s ponsor ed by the T wis tin T orso Mus i c Compan y owned b y VALERI E MEANS. T h e judges o f this contes t w e r e WARD REDMAN an d ALEX RAMIREZ C HRISfINE BATH. Sas k a t c h ewan s ho e sa lesw o mon, i s cur rentl y a dverti s ing h e r wares in the New York Times. run by JANET HOVERSON. New Y o r k Tim es ace r eporte r NANCY HOPKINS ha s jus t comple t ed h e r grea test n e ws-st ory: BILL ACHESON Ove rthrow s Castro. The t o bacco indu s try i s thrivin g with JOHN SOWARDS as h ea d of Phili p Morris Inc IVAN KLOSOVSKY owns a t o b acco f a m l on w hi c h BERTRA!\' I RIGBY i s C hi e f T obacco Pick e r Transport a tion h as int e r es t e d man y o f our cla s sma t es. GEORGE EVi \NS, car sa l es m a n h as j u s t sol d his 35t h Put Putm ob i l e t o RAY RAMI REZ, interna tiona l drh' ing c h a mpion A we e k ago, ALBERT ARCt A finis h e d hi s t rip fro m P a nama t o Hono lul u by car Hi s only troubl e was a slig htl y nood e d engine. MI C HAEL BELANGER has in\ ente d auto m a tic s teering f or cars. SOLO!' 10N HERES i s in c h arge o f h e l icop t e r service between Maria C hiquita a nd Coco So lo. CARL IZQUIERDO i s the e ngin eer o f the Coca PuH S p ecia l whic h trovel s b etween th e tw o s l a tes o f Hyst eria a n d Confu s i o n REGI E LUM i s in c h a r g e of the caboose. The P eace Corps h as claimed thr ee o f ou r f riend s N I CKY BROOK S i s t eachin g the primit ive peop l e o f Marg arita how t o b oil wa t er GEORGE KAf\roRI N h as b eg un t o show the s ovnges o f Coc o So l o h o w t o c h e w gum; and JOHN SANDER S i s striving t o bring p ea c e t o viol ent Gotun b y introdUcing the town t o air-conditi oning. I n t h e f i e l d o f art, J I M MOORE i s designing p l a tinum tooth picks for th e wea lth y people o f B a l boa. LESLIE R I C HMOND i s exhibiting h e r p ain ting s t o ROS EMARY REARDON. H ollywood junk d ea l e r : a nd NANCY M I T C H E LL i s d i sp l ay ing h e r scu l p turings a t the N Y Museum o f M ode m Tras h a t whic h LA U R I E MORALES i s the director. EDITI-J STIEBRITZ i s m a k i n g a f o rtun e b y throWing pa int o n a can vas a nd callin g it art B I LL BRANDT is d oing m arve l s w ith yello w a nd white paint. His work can b e see n i n tlt e cen t e r o f all Canal Zon e road s H ollywood h a s b ec.o m e the h o m e o f f o urteen m embe r s o f o ur class. CONNI E LA S H E R h as jus t comple t e d h e r 251h film c oncernin g insanity S h e' s jus t m a d a b out tha t s ubject. REINALDO BARRERAS is the h ea d of 'l1s t Century Fox a nd DONNA WONG i s now und e r cont ract a t h i s s tud ios. BARBA R A D e l VECCHI O i s starring in a n e w produ ctio n o f C l e opa tra. STEVE MORRISON pla y s Julius C aes a r !\'IIKE RYAN p l ays Mar k Anth o n y HARRY M U RRAY pia)'!' A u g u stus Caesa r a nd D I N GER RANK I N p lay, the p TON I JO FOURN IER ; s tarring in "The I n c r e dibl e S hrinkin g Girl." MARSHA COLLINS s t a r s in "The Atta c k o f the 50 Foot W o m a n I n A lfr e d Hi tchcock' s new produ ction "The Sa ndfl eas JOAN McG L O I N i s bitten b y a l a r g e sa ndfl ea bea utifull y portrayed b y DON PERRY A s the s how progr esses, Bio l ogy t eac h e r JOHN LASH ER saves C H S from a sandfl ea a uack b y haVing the princip al. p l aye d b y EMILY D I AL, ins t all a i r-conditi o ning thr oug h out the school. I See tha t CAROL laC R O I X i s a t rapez e arti s t f o r B arnum and Bailey Circus. COWNS i s a f a mou s tr ee s ur geon in Ohio, a nd ha.s m a n y w ea lt h y pati ents KARE N WASZAK i s a mattr ess test e r a t Ma.cy's. N INA C H APPELL i s a l and l a d y a t the S pastic A r m s Apartments. BARBARA BELCHER i s t eac h ing American I n s tituti o n s a t CHS. JUDY W I LL IAMS h as jus t r eceive d Co ney I s l a nd i n ell:chang e for three billi o n book s o f G reen S t a mps. FRANK BORSELLI N O run s the Con e y I s l a nd R olle r Coas t e r FRANK. ENDER run s the Pa r ac hut e Jump; a nd VAUDI E ROBINSON collects the ticke t s at the W a x Museum RENA a nd MAGALY ALA YO N a r e advertis i n g pep pills. R e n a i s the "be f o r e'" a nd M aga l y i s the "aft e r JANIS BROGIE i s their bo o king agent. In the fie l d of m e dicin e m any a r e aelive in r esearc h NAOMI KUNTZ h as discover e d a cur e f o r h angove r s STEu,.A KUC I KAS h as rur e d SUE MA THEI SON o f h e r drea d e d di sease known as Cana l Zone Cree piti s SANDY S HORE has set t h e m e dical profession ba c k twenty years by di scovering a cu r e f o r whic h t h ere i s n o di sease. BETTY LEWI S a nd VICK I Cl.ARK h av e just comp l e t e d th eir reen actmen t o f t h a t 1 805 exp l oratio n of t h e Northwest U.S. by wh a t' s their n a mes. Their guid e was J I M Sf EVENSON. TOM HI C KEY h as b een lecturing o n his f a m o u s R e dueli o n Ru l e a t H arvard w h ere DENNI S IZQUIERDO i s teach in g a n ad v a nce foml o f Wil d e rite M athe matics. introduced b y DAVE WIlDER. BILL WHITE ha s jus t d up e d BUZZY NELSON into bu ying the F e rry Bridge. BILL DeSA LV O OK'd the sal e b eca u se on e h a lf of the profits w ent t o ltimself since h e's Gov erno r o f the Can a l Zone The oth e r ha l f w ent t o LORRAINE CHAN, Presi dent o f P anama. DONNA WILLlAMS a nd MARY Sf our are mountai n climber s in the Himal ayas. T h eir o xygen mas k s are m a nuf act u r ed by the RICHARD ROSCOE Go. M o.k Company. Four of ou r girls h ave gon e int o the mod e ling profes s i o n.. ALBERTA W ILDER i s mode lin g e levat or s hoes. NELL Y PATION m o d e l s b o bb ysox iVlu s t ac h e wax i s t h e b i g thi ng o n B roadway, a nd tha t' s what "VANDA RACHAL i s mode lin g JEAN HARDW I C K i s gellin g m o d e l a irpl a nes. LORRAINE U REY n o w in the WACS. i s s tation ed i n France whe r e DO!\1IN IQUE D eREI LHA C h as comp l e t ed his seco nd t e nn of offic e as Prime Mini s ter. BARBARA ONEIL a nd VERON ICA NYE h ave arrived in L o s Ange l es afte r flying a r o und t h e world in seve n h o urs u s i ng a fue l devel ope d b y the two milli o na ire c h emis ts, A I D A PEREZ a n d C H ARLEN E ACUFF. Thi s spee d y p l a n e was design e d a nd bUilt by those two l a d y eng i neers. BONNI E W ARD a nd MACEL WAS HAB A UG H BOB CORRIGAN'S gum h e l d the pI.ne together ED J'l.1ARSHA.LL a nd LANCE C HESHIRE are deep se a div ers They d iscovered $3.000.000 000 in Davy J ones Lock e r but they h a d t o give it 1 0 the I n t erna l R even u e Serv ice wh ere T ERRY BRENNER i s worki n g as c h i e f w a t er-coo l e r ins p e c t o r M IKE \VALSH i s clea n i ng u s e d DDT can s a t DEBBY MEEKER s I n secticid e Comp a n y M IKE BARAN I C K i s b reed ing insects. ILIA QUINONES. 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CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT BILL A C H ESON leaves his rabbil t o lnyon c with e n ollg h carro l s 1 0 feed i t. R INA AU\ YON ICilVCS ,,11 IleT b obhy s o x t o ti,e ltl period class. ARC 1 A Icavcs his g y lll s hoes t o Fr her o l d s h o e s tr ings t o K atl. y 0"1)0110('11. 1\lEANS Ic,,\(: s h e r se ni o r 1 0 N"n cy if s l l(, i s wi llin g o r r r oz)' e n oug h 10 acn' p t tI'CIlI DEBO R A II !'-IEEKER le,wes h e r s "irumillt! 10 flU th .. unde r dfls slI.(n NANCY j\IIT C H ELL leave s h e r p l a ce ill the Thes p iflll Sodcly 10 II1)'On e w h o can fill it w ith out h aVing 0 nervou s br('akd own J If\1 {'vIOORE lem c.!> I.i s p lace Oil the-Blu e TN.1Il t o a n y .!>lIc k r wl,o til ink s I.e h ns w l m t it t a k es t o p l uy f ootha ll. HARRY MURRAY ICflves t wo s i x we eks' supply o f 1 0 I h e .. e t n l s llOp t o \ Valte r TllOlIll) SOn and I.i s .. bilit)' t o fide-[I I1lOto r bik e t o a n y i diot who w a nt s it. B ARBARA ONEAL h e r excellent 11111. g r a d e s to ONe al. h e r mu s i ca l t a l e nt t o P a m MIt{ dl. nd h.'r n tl. l etic a bility t o S ara P a lumbo JUDY PALUf\1BO Ie-av e s h e r l a u g h t o th e l en d e r ears o f CI-IS s lud en t s NELl I E PATTON I coves h e r abilit y t o t n lk f o r 1 0 Ioc r brotlli: r ""Van e n A I D A P EREZ leave s all IleT callolls I ypin g t n tI .... 11('x l Office Assi s tant. \ VANDA RACH A L I co v es h e r m ess)' l oc k e r t o Bla n ca 8nd S h a r o n Han' cr. rtnd Ih e co n ccit s h e cn n t dig u p t o L y nn Burl ('so n R A Y RAj\' IIREZ Icaves Ilis f oo tbilll s h oes 1 0 Jac k B l a ir i f h e Cfln g e t int o th e m and h.s s tilrting b l oc k t o <"l)'On e w h o it b ecll u se Coach M ose r wo nt l e t him t o k e il w ith h illl. S I X T O R Ai" IIREZ l ea\"t:s his a bilit y t o p i n)' biJ$ k et h nll t o L a ur a Russoll. RI CHARD RANK I N l e[ I\ es hi s h earse t o Mnrs h n witl. l ove ond kisses ROSEi\IARY REARDON l ea \ es h e r apctite to Nallcy DdJlPP and h e r c h ee r lefldin g s h oe s t o Judy P a ul so n \ VARD R EDMAN l ea v es I.is off i ce r s h o t t o Dray t o n nnd nil know ledge t o Fre d R ya n L E S LI E R I C HtvlOND leaves h e r scat in Ih e or c h es t m 1 0 Dor o th y H url>er nnd h e r v i o lin t o h e r sis t e r VAUD I E ROBINSON l ea,'es h e r a bi lity t o do n o thing w hil e wor k in g os d oorman t o M a r y OD onnell and allyo n e else w h o i s in t e r cs t e d i n l a kin g it cusy. SANDY S H O R E lefl\ 'es h e r t r oubl es t o Ade l e Burn s s i x t h p e r i o d s tud y hall t o Coop er. and th e b eac h r e g r e t f ully. J O H N SO\-VARDS leave-s h i s seat i n Mrs. Smit h's E n\.!l i s h class 10 H a r ry S imon s JII \ 1 Sf EVENSON leave s hi s flaming r e d h air t o all t h e gir l s i n C HS. i\ I ARY S rOLJr l e[l\'es C r i s t o bal Hi g h Sch oo l t o all th e un f o rtun a t e unde r cla ss m e n w h o h il\'e on e o r t w o )'eiJr s m o r e t o go. KATHI SULLIVAN l ef l\' es h e r marching a b i lit y t o n ex t YeAr S F Compa n y spo n so r SANDY TORTORI C I l eav es h e r po s i l i o n as l a lnh o r ee Quee n 1 0 Judy P nulso n L ORRAINE UREY l ea\'es Mr. B o c k a n d h i s h o m e r oo m t o C:OIII) Pu r k e r a l o n g wi th s h orth a n d BONNI E "VARD l e[l\'e s h e r bo6by s ox t o Dia n e A rington if s h e happen s t o h nve Mrs. Fnltoros i f o r g y m n ex t yea r and h e r pla ce a t the picn i c t a bl e t o Milli e Payne MACEL WASHABAUGH leaves h e r so celled l a u s l t o Nan cy D elapp and h e r se ul in study h all t o Tina DeSaI ,o. KAREN WASZA. K l eCtves h e r flatte ring nick n allle s 1 0 B e rni e B u bi n ecz and h e r PTA" m ee tin gs with u m a ll. t eac h e r 1 0 P e t e Y oung. S A NDY \OVEIGL leaves h e r c h eerleading positio n 1 0 f\1 a rinnne Fi e ld s a nd nil th e fun during f oo tball seaso n t o B e rn ie. S u c. and Dia n e t o k ee p up n e llt scaso n ALBERTA \o\III-D E R I caves e\"ery lhinl: s h e ca n th ink or to S u e R oscoe and Joanne Wild e r DONNA W I LLIAMS l e ave s a qUick e r and cos i e r senior ycn r t h a n s h e !.o d 1 0 Judy R edmon d JUDY \-V I U I Ar-.' I S l eaves 1 0 Ih e G A A a m asco t flS f ai thful a s R o b e n DONNA \-VONG Icaves h e r w rit e r s c ramp t o n ex t yea r s sc ni ors. Page 49

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Lilian Tho m as P r eside nt D ia n a Arin g t o n D ia n e A sbury Louis Aus tin V irginia Austi n Pag e 52 CLASS OF 1965 Amelia Garcia Vice-Preside nt B erna d ette B a binec7. J a mes B edswo rth J ill B eec h Lndo B ento n Wallace Brians Gayl e Bruce Susa n Buss P a m e l a R oberts o n Se cr e t a ry Carla C h a mb e r s Maur een C h a rro n J anice C heshir e R i ca rd o F o ng Treas ur e r O rrin C l eme nt George Col e m a n

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R o n a ld C ollins Gayl e F e ltle r H i lda I-Io l s k o S h a r o n D obbs 1'-1 i dlClle Gogu e n Yvonn e Col o n Cat h y Fitzsimm o n s J ohn I-Io l sko B eve r l y D reye r R i c h ard H a k ollSo n Neo l Compl o n Edno F orsyth e Carl 1 7.quier d o L y n n Egg e r A r lene H an n 6 e r g J o m e s Coo k J a m es F r o s l B l anc h e J o n e s Pri scilla E n s t o n S h aro n H arve y Rich a rd Coop e r V i o l e t a Fue nt es D a n J o n e s Jane Far i s P a tr icia H oga n I Nan c y D elap p Gory Ge ddes T h oma s J ord(ln P age 53

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\ V h a l happene d 1 0 m y GUiVl R eolly George tw o d a l e s for on e nig ht ? Why so g lu m K a lh y? D o n t you dlink o n e i s e n o u g h A i el!: 7 Page S6 It' s n o l Ih n l b a d, Nancy Billy 's s econd c hildh oo d Y ou're n o l C l eo, J ock! G i v e him a break. V ickie WhatdlO hidin f or. Ding e r ? J g ot th a t s tr a i g ht from th e h orse' s mo uth, h o n est! Really, Mr, S hipm a n, a Lttle B oy Blu e yo u re n o l

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Page 58 BACK ROW. I eI'! 1 0 rig ht : Lo u Hi hing er. J a mes Jo n es H a rry Doc k e ry Cris pin Clark. B e rna r d Man s Matth ew Baas. J o e S teph e nson CENTER ROW: G i se l a K alil. P r isdlla Be t ty June R i e l. Mark T ros e lh. Linda B ur za. Shi r l ey S h ipm a n linda Fran cis. john Biescll k e. FRO!\'f ROW: J a m es C r ona n T orste n son. V irg i n i a Gree n. S h irley Dav is. A u dre y Dun can R osili e H ew i ll, J ayne Yocum D i a n a DeFr ees R e n a l do Ng. CLASS BAC K ROW. l eft t o right : TOllla s BenNo. C harles Ama to. T o m Corri n J oh n Blair Carl Ender H olli s GriH' o n. A U r e d o Le e .CENTER ROW: M i k e Davi l a, V e ron i c a Wal k er. B ill l'1 o nt gomery. T eri H and. J o se B a t i s t a. George B e d s w o rll.. J a n i n c B e d s worth. Mmc Page, FROf\IT ROW: Eli7.nbet h DcSaI \,o. B everly Sc h l e i lf e r Car l a M a r t inez C hri s tin e C h r i stiansen Nuncy H u l d l q ui s l. L ynn Perry. Patricia. F u c. J ose V a s q ue
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BACK ROW. l eft to right : Ci nd y T e rwilliger. P aul \-Villi a m s Joe F erna ndez. C E N T E R RO\N: D a n A u s tin. u."!lli e Hi ghly. Lou i se R usson La urie \-Vill. Da\' c Hut c hinson. i'-1ario ]\1 affci. K e n B e r s tein FRON T ROW: Anna b ella Pa r so n s i'-1 a r s h a H ellmund Caro l e C o nn S h cri(lll i'-' Ieckcr. Joann e \Vild er. P a t Sims Le slie Dugas OF 1966 BA C K ROW. l eft t o 'rig ht : T erry Tobin. J ose ph B erge r Elln e r H a m o r Ric hard Hull. K e nn y D e IVcc cl, io. P e t er Butz. CENTER ROW: Reilllundo P ac h eco. C l a u d ; C l a r k ivl a r y P o p e Mary Cle m en!. ]\' I a rgar e t !vl a rtin. Kath y S tevenson \..\Iay n e S mitll. FR01\T RO\-V: Lind a H ellmund. Carl Compto n Candy Hu s ban d K erne Sc hroeder. Rosy Don o hue. l" l arit Geer. R ober t Will. Ju nnita ]\ 105011. Page 59

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Page 60 BA C K R OW. l ef t to right : S kipp e r C urri er. S u e B r enne n Georgc Kre d cll. Ram o n B n ez. D oug Billison, J ohn S ullivan. Fr e d Ghent. f\1 a reel M a t a m o r es. P ete l'v lc B ride. CENTER ROW: RieL: B rogie. Leslie V a n Dyk e Lynn Saw y e r K a t h y P e nnin g t o n Sandy Edmun dson. Zimmenua n David Coffey, M arl. P ade n FROM ROW: K oren H nmmo nd. Rocio Cabezas. Bla nca D ejes u s R o s a TschulII)'. B arbara W agne r S horon B oi l ey K athleen ODonne ll. Sa ndr a J ohnson SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN tn B ACK R O vy. l e f t t o right: vVilli,l/1l H n n ly.lJ'onmd Huff. Ji m Niles. Piiwl ;vl e ngcs Ju a n B ernard. Anit a Y ias. CENf E R R O v Y : Roxi e T o m p k i n s Dorothy H a r pe r rvl a rgnr e t O'Neil. SU1.anne S mith. J o hnnie K elly "'l{ONT R O W : P a m Mnedl. A lexi s E n da ra. Hildfl Garcia. Rosal ind Knight. Jean VVillia mson Nancy D e To re.

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BA C K RO'VV. l eft to r igh t : Billy Kuntz. D o ug S milh. K elly C lark. B rf'nt 1\1ilf'h ell. Eric Lou i s V a l e ncia. Bill R e dmond CENTER RO\V : Sand y \-V.m.il k. H erve Triol ct. Phillip Owen. No r ee n rvl c tzga r S u sa n Phillip s Gibby H ixon. Ada Fuc n tt>s. O n\'e Gogu e n FRON T R O \ V : A n d r e lili es K athy Sc heib e 1\1aria Ele na Kucikas C h erry D eRaps Pam V a c h e S h aro n Hi Ahlcy. C h arlotte \ V i n e g ar!. Lind a Auban. Norma S t anley. CLASS BACK R O\-V l eft 10 right : J ac k Su nd e r s pudy Kocib. Anto n o plis. Tim H e rr ing. J a mes Carlson William Yorma n rvl arty P o pe. CENTER RO\<\': D o nn a Volfe Lorin e Sims i'-' I y r o n San r l o\'nl. Scol No rdlund James B o rsellino. 1\' l e r da Vas q uez. M a r y Kermon!. FRON T R O \ V: ivl ari a nn e f-if'ld. J o an O eLtpp. P a t Meek e r Ann Sahl"I::lf. R cxe n e \-Va rd. s... r a h Palumb o Eliwbc lh H erna ndez. Page 61

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Page 62 BACK ROW. l eft t o right : Leo P a u l s o n R o b e r t G riff o n J ohn F ellier. Ju a n Santo s H ank D e V oll. K athy Gegg. Delber t Cl a r k CENTER ROW: E l e o n o r Lewis E r i c N icol a isen. D arnell Will. T o m Ryan T o m C o ok. FRONT R O W : linda J ohns o n Ire n e Corrigan B e v e r l y Egg e r Loi s Sims Cat alina u u Mi chiyo Murg a OF 1967 BA C K ROW. l eft t o right : E dgardo QUin o nes. Juli o S mith. K enneth B o sely J o n Coffin. A nnih a l D e jesu s W ally W addell. Dean G reer. CENTER R O W : R a lph M orales. P egg y C ollin s Alice Zimme rman. J oyce Va n D y k e S h aro n F usselma n G l o ria L e l a i d j e r H arrell P a r s o ns. FRONT R O W : G l o ria S t out. Eli7.ah e l h Quinones. J oyce See ley. Dulce B ernar d K a r e n White C hris J a ckson D o nnll Moor e

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Quee n Sandy esco r t e d h y Mick y McElh o n e IIml George K n nc/rin T i ger S pi r it? D ow n in my ilcarl. I C JAMBOREE Go g e t e m. O ur football q ueen F I G H T Y EA, VICTORY! Page 65

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HOMECOMING QUEEN QUEEN ALB E RTA escorte d b y G EOR G E KANDR I N Pag e 66

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AND COURT PRINCESS SAN D Y \ VEI G L E hy .lO H N S ANDERS Prin c e ss Judy P a lum bo Murquisc o f til e Garde n ias. K ee p e r o f d.e Pe arls o f th e Eve ning was w e a ring n gown o f Fren c h Roya l B l u e bro ca d e. S h e was e sc orte d b y 1\1ic ky M c E l h o ne. Knill'l of the Golde n Armor. Cllie r cle a n e r of the uniform s and Rece iver o f th e Passes. P r i n cess Janel H ove r s o n. G o v ernes s o f the Orchid s Keep e r o f II. e Opal. D a u ghte r o f th e S unri se wo r e a l ov e l y g own o f prilll r ose y ellow, wit h a l o c t' bodic e and c hjff o n s kirt S h e was esc orte d b y K e n ny K a rpins ki. Mas t e r of th e Fullback S lr-nl C h i e f o f the Spmin e d Ankles nnd Defender of the Line. PRI NCE S JANE.T H O VERS O N ,"co",d b y K EN NY KARP INSKI PRINC ESS C H AR L 0 1TE BIALK O W S K I escor t e d b y DAVI D W I LD ER. Princt.'ss S a n d y \Ndgl e Oulcl, css o f th e l'''fngn olio s Kerper 0 1 d I e Aqmllu a rin e D a u ghter o f t i l e S un se t. was dresse d in a floorl e ngth gown of lucl a l l i c g o ld b r o ca de. S h e w as esc ort e d by .Io lu l S n nd e r s r'-1"s l{'r o f dIe S t c k s Chie f of I h c W a l c r B oys. n nd M .. s l c r of I h e Bu c k e lh e a d s. P r i n e ss C harlolh.: Bia lk ow s ki. L a d y o f the \,ya t e r Lillie!'. K ee p e r o f ti, e E H c r;:. l d s. D a ughl e r o f Ih e Noon. d ay S un w or e a s tunnin g floo rl e n g th II)/ o n lind I nce gown of d ee p midnighl I llu e SI.( WAS c;;cI>r1t'd b y D av id Wil d e r r'-1asle r IIf dIe ,.. ... PMS. Cllie f ... 1 tI.e B e n .. !" (lnd Killt'f (If D,f'IlH'. Pag e 67

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QUEEN ALBERTA I AND COURT LEFT' TO R I G HT : Judy P a lumbo. 1\1icky M c Elho n e J A n e l Hoverson. K enny K arpinski. TOIl1 Wild e r G e o r g e K a ndrin. Queen. A l b erta Wild t >f, C h eryl E\'a n s Dnvid Wil d e r Char l otte Bialkowski. J o hn Sand ers, Sundy W eig l e l...i,dy C h eryl Ev r ,n s K i'c p c r o f th e D e wdrops. Doughie r of di e Moon wea r i n g it d r ess of w hil e e mbroid e re d COtiOIl. (...{Id)" el,cryl WAS escor l e d by Squire Tom Wil d er. Princ e o f tl, e F oo t h .. 11 Teum find K ee pe r o f the Queen's crow n P ag e 68

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CHRISTMAS FORMAL LEfT T O R I G HT: R oge r Nob le. P eggy !' 1a cConne ll. Kenn y S u e R o b e r t MiHl i n A l berta ,"Vi/d e r A l e x R a m i rez. B ell)' Lew i s Judy Palumbo. l'1 r P u u l B ec k George K und r i n Rose mrlry Reardon P i e rre Lei g n a d i e r Clllr l ollc B i alkows k i. K 1 Hf'n \ V m:n k C r egl! Hilk on s o n Nan cy Hopk in s. Nin a C h appell. R n}1 R omirez. E m i l y Dial. A lex H e p pcn h eime r Page 69

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? .... c ,4!. GLEE CLUB ... 7 B A C K ROW. Iei'I t o rishl : K. Sl l roeril'r R. Moson. C. H erron L. P e rry. S. B ailey. S R ob e rtso n C. Hu s L o n L. F r o nce. S S hipman K. Gegg. M P o d ell. J B orsellino M D olley D F o r s g r en. A lil i es B. F l o r o F Nicol a isen C. Lclnidier. L. B ento n SECOND ROW: K S d l i e bc. A. Fu entes. J A cuff. S Th o m ns. M S u wyer A P a r sons E. E ndor o P S i m s M Vosq u e .... S. P alum b o E r o r -6)'llle S. Edm o ndson. J. D eI....fIpp. E Lewi s A Corcio M K e nnonl, L. Sim s A Snh m tr FRON T R O W : R. W ard. L. H ellm u nd. IVI H cllmu nd. J Sc cl('y. B. Egg er. P Colli ns. M Kucik n s S. W u szak L. A bin. M Fi e l d

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BAND 1 ( ,1-BACK ROW, I c f t t o right: ivl. Word. D Come r J. Meek er. L. Bur-Ln, C Swicegood. (\1 P a d e n F Mcint y r e, B While. M C h o r r o n P V nclle. A. H. J o n es. R. R o bin so n C P onle r J H a rdi s o n. R. No b le. P Butz 1-1. Spilling E. H a m or. K. ClMke. S. Trosclk J. Bicschke. G Pic k c np.,u g h J. \ Vc b s t c r rvl Troselh, K. B erns t ei n SECOND ROW; F Nicolaisen, T. B oiley, P Maedl. M T o r s l e n so n D Co llc)'. E H a rris. S R oyde ll. L. So l owo)', T. Coin. G S now. tv .. Sullivan D M c Clain. C. Nic \ cs. P H a le. J. F a r i s N Mel1. u ar. C. A c uff B La s l l c r E Sliebril1.. F I RST R O W : B. Grnhom. S Robertson. N Izqui e r do. B Fost er, E. Lee. K. Field J. M orin. E Nico l iscn. C. Clnrk. B Flora.

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.... ... ORCHESTRA BACK ROW, l eft t o right : fl.1 Charron. B. While, B Las h e r E Stiebritz, K B erns t ein. tv1 Troscl h. D Co lley. P rvl aedl. R Nob l e P But .... K. C l arke. B. Fost er. C. C l ark. B F l o r o SECOND ROW: M W as h abaugh, C. Seck. L. Richmo nd D H
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R.O.T.C. BATTALION STAFF \ -\lor d R e dman. Ca.pt. G r e g I Inbnson Lt. Co l K e nn y I\.h rpi nski, LL Col. Ros..-,,,; ,ry I(,'flfllon. (vl n ; frank Bor s.,lIino. Lt. Col. Al c1l I i cppcnl,c illl cr. Cnlllc m s hy. 1 s t LI. R a nd y Scl HOcdf'L R.O.T.C. SPONSORS Dinnc J\sl lury. HO;:('nmry R enrxl on. C lmrl ollc Bi n lkowski. K all.)' S ull iva n COLOR GUARD

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R.O.T.C. DRILL TEAM FOREGROUND : Drill Team Spomor. H o nomry CAd e t Lt. Dillne A s hury : Drill Team CO lllUmnder Cndf>1 1 1...1. Louis Austin. BACK ROW: Ange l Rodriguez. Lou t-lilzinger. Chuc k Amato. FRONT ROW: Alex J-Icppenileime r (Manage r). LlITY C hri s t op h (Co-Cnpl a in) 1.JIllcf" (CoCaptain). Rudy K od b Whe r e i s your l eft s hoe. k id? BURP! UGHI Page 75

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Those dn7.7.ling Juni o rs I s thllt /I MII!";k tnlde o n our front f. nd.r ? W onde r what hr';; drelllHing of! Co-rdu, ntinll I go th' gol

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S.A. OFFICERS The S A. Officers a r e five stude nt s e lect e d b y the student b o d y t o e n courage p a rti ci p a t i o n in sc hool acti v ities and a rriend lie r r e l a ti o n ship a m o n g s t u d ents. LEFf TO RIG H T : Ran dy Schroede r ( Vice-President). Orin C l e ment (As s t Treas' ur e r). Sa ndy \ Veig l c (Prcsi d c n t ). D ian e A s bury ( Secret ary). D o n McCullough ( Trea s urer ) STUDENT CABINET The Stude nt Cabin e t co n s i s t s o r r epresentat-ives r r o m each h o m e room w h o keep the ir h o m e room s inro rmed o n t h e act i v ities t a kin g p lace a t school. The i r sponsor-Mr. Boc k Page 78 S ITJ'l NG. Ifft 1 0 ril!l,t: E lf'nn u r .Ju J y PulumLo. Bonnil' MorqUftrll. Nanc)' HlIldqu i s l Rosnli(' Hewitt Sl'AND1NG: W illiam Hanl e y. P h illip OWf"Il. Judy R o l ll' r t 7 uc k Bttrh n m O'N.al. Nnllcy H o r k i ns.

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ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Alhl e t i c Council i s m a d e up of Stude nt' A ss o c iation's A lt erna t es. The ir job i s to l a k e c a r e o f Ih e ga t es a l all Ih e C.H.s. a thl e ti c co nl es t s S IlTING. l eft t o rig ht : D w i d Coir e),. S h eria n i"I ee k c r J ill B eec h i"l ary C l e m c n!. D o r o t h y H a r pe r SI" A N D ING: Tho m as H eppe nh eirnc r Petc Y o ung. (vIr. G r e gg-sp o usor Ri c k living s t o n Grant S mith. M ntl.e w B a as. J OIl J o r s t a d \-Vo rdy R e d m a n Jo n C offi n NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The highest honor that Cris tobal High School can b eslow upon a student i s e lection t o m embe r ship in Ih e Caribbean C hapt e r of the Nationa l Honor SOciety Qua li f ications for m embe rship a r e chara ct e r l ead e r ship, and s e r v i c e The ir sponsor is lVli ss Anderson. S ITTING: l eft 10 r i g l,l A I,,:.: l-\e p pc nl.eiJllc r (VicePreside llt) P eggy r-.1 [lcCon n cll ( Sec r e t a r y). Jud)' P .. lulI.lro (Pn s i d ent). D o nn a \ Vong ( T r e as ur e r). L o rl "i n e C h n Sl" A N D I N G : Emil)' D i" l T I o ... R o h ert Bu r ge n e r A l i,. L ... I\'. V ... I ... ,i( fVlefln s Page 79

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F IRSf RO\;V, l eft 10 rig ht : Nan c y Huldlq ui sl. R osalie Hewitt. J a n e F oris (Hi s t orian). Mar i l y n Roth. Pam R ob ertson. Jud y P alumbo, linda Bural.. Nina C h appell. K a r c n H amlliond, Nellie P atlon. SECOND ROW: P e ggy fVl ocConndl. B e rni e Babin ecz. Diun c A sbury Aus tin. G i ng e r Tho m as. R ose m ary Rear d o n. Ruth M oso n. S u son Wilfc rd. Nan c y Hopkin s l3arbal7\ O'NeN. Kare n Waszak Nanc)' Ltr ge nl M a r gare t B o nni e Marqua rd. Alice Lay. Virginia Furis (Scc.-Trens.). C,r o l LaCr oix. Lorrai n e C hon THIRD ROW: Nancy jvlildldl. S t ell., Ku d ka s A l e x H CIlPc nhcim c r (Preside nt) Ric ardo Fons. J o hn Ci ntron M r .rio M o HeL ToOl Coffin. R o b ert I .. 'll"k. Rdna l d o B orrerOls Elme r Hamo r r-.1 i k e D aviln. David Co Hey, Frank Bor se llin o R einnl d o NI;. Donn" \-\!onl; (Vice-P r eside nt) V a l erie Means. "21" CLUB The "21 C lub i s compose d of twenl'y-one boys, each of whom r e p r ese n t s o n e o f the Pan-American R epublics. Each m embe r writes a n essay about the country h e r epresents and the Cris t o b a l -Col on Rot a r y Club awar ds priz es f o r the bes t essays. The ir sponsor -Mr. S tearn s CARIBE CLUB The purpose of the Carib e Club. or the Future Teach e r s o f Ame r ica. i s to promote a b e tt e r unde r s t anding of the teaching profession. Member s a r e inv it e d to join. depending o n the ir sc holastic ability. Their sponsor-Mrs. Gegg. FIRSf RO\-\!. l ef t t o Leo P aulson. D o n K e nn)' Karpin s k i (President). W ord R e dmun (R ecording Secre t o r ),)' I), l\'id \-\!i l de r SECOND RO\V: Frank B orse llino. Paul M ario l\' l ofrei. Jon Coffin. P e t e r tvl c Bride. THIRD ROvV: Tom CoHin. Mi c h e l e Jon Jor s t ad. P a n c h o tvl ott(l.. A l e x H e pp e nheirne r ( Correspondi ng Se
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FIRST R O\\!. l ef t t o right : j\1irley 1"l c ElllOnc. Orrin C l e m ent ( Sec r e t a r y). P a nco 1"l ott ... Fre d Ryan. J o n J o r s t ad SECOi\' D RO\\!: D ,tvid \ Vild e r Dic k R osco e. K enny Kflrpimki (Pr c sident),Don l\ 'lcC lill ollgl., R o l)erl Burg e n er. Rny Rfllllire7., \ 'Voo d)' S mith. THIRD R O \\!: Dan J o nes, J ac k Blair C hris \ ,\lr e nn,. D olifl Billi s on. Gregg H a kanson. Fr e d Lin c k. Geo rge K a ndrin (Vice-Preside nt) C.A.A. The Girl s' Athle tic A ssoc iation i s a n exclus iv e sports club, compo se d of on l y th e g irl s who a r e outs t anding in sports, To beco m e a m embe r a g irl mus t p a rticipat e in a t least two a ll-st a r t eams and b e among the top t e n in the point sys t e m. Its sponsor i s Mrs. Fattorosi. C.T.S. C hi The t a S i gma. th e "C" Club. i s compo sed of boys who have made the ir l e tt e r in a n yone of the three s p orts p l ayed in C HS: Football. B aseball. and Track. It s s p o n so r i s Coach Moser. S ITTING. I cft t o right: R ose m ary Rcrtrdo n (Secn t
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THESPIANS An honor club for student s who h ave excelled in th e fie ld of dramatics. Ten points i s the require ments for membership. The ir spon sor-Mr. M c Elroy. S ITTING. l eft t o Nancy rVl ilc h e ll. Connie La s h e r (Pr esident). Judy P a l umbo. E s tll e Dav ison Lorrain e Chan ( Sec r e l a ry) 51' A N D ING: D a\'id Coffey. Freddy N icol a i se n. Gregory H a kanson V a udi e R o b inson. S U7A'lnn e Lid e r R eimlldo Barre ras. Thomas H eppe n h eime r A l ex H eppenheime r DRAMATICS CLUB The Dra matics Club i s open t o all high sc hool s tu d ents inte rest e d in dramat. i cs. This club produces th e p l ays tha t a re presented t o th e public. and in thi s way th e members l earn th e diff e r e nt a s p e cts of drama. Page 82 F I RST RO\.v. l eft to right : Cat alin a Utu Nan cy fI.' lit c h ell (Vice, Preside nt). Conni e La s h er. D on n a W illiams. E stlle D r l\' ison Lorraine C h a n SECOND ROvV: A l ex H e ppe nh eime r D avid Coffey. R eina l d o B arre ra s SU7.a nn e tide r B a rb ara O'Nenl. Va udi e R obin ... o n S t ella Ku cika s (Scc. ,Treas.). Virginia F a ris. S U7.ann e S mith. JVl n r gare l O' eal. .Iu dy P a lumbo Ado Fuentes. i\' l aria Kucik as. Ri ca rd o Fong. S t olner-sponsor THIRD ROW: Fredd), N icol a isen. G r egory H akans o n. Bruce Fl om. R osa lin d Kni ght. S h eria n i\1ee k e r S U 7 a n n e Tho m as Jama A c uff C h ery l D eRap. E s th e r Zimmennon. Thomas H c pp c nhcirne r Sa nd y \ V:lsznk Frfln k Luigi K en n y B erns tein Corl Ender.

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PLAYS QUILL AND SCROLL Q uill a nd S c r oll i s I h I n l e r n atio n a l H o n orary Soc i e t y for Hi g h Sch oo l j o urn a l i s I s Tho s e l, h a s e n f o r m embe r s h ip h a v e d elllo n s trat e d full y tha t the y m e rit the a w a rd throug h hi g h sch o l a r ship, j ournalis ti c a c hi e v eIllf'nt and service. Th eir s p o n s o r -IVlr H o p s on S'l'IIt' fro tl "Our T O WII. " ..... --"'" -.---LEFr T O RIG HT : J a n e l H O \'('r so n K nr e n \ Vlis w k. D o nn u W ong. NUllc y IluJI kin s NOT P ICfURED : A l ell; f-fe p p c n h e i m er Page 83

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I I SilTING. Jefl t o MHltin. Connie L.ns h cr (Vi cePres id enl), Nan cy r., lilc h ell (P r e side nt). Nina C happ ell. Lorra i n e S T AN D I NG : A lice Lay. ;Vl arily n Roth. Pnm R o b e r t son. A le:.: H eppe nh eililN. R cirm l d o B arre r n s Elme r Hamor. T o m Coffin. Bill rv! onlgom e')' T orn Hcpp e nh eil1le r O'Neal. :"-huy C l e m e nt. J a n e t H ove r s o n LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The Fre n c h Club organi ze d rec e n tl y i s o n e o f the fir s t language cI ubs t o b e s t arte d in our sc hool. At th e m ee tin g s memb e r s a r c a s ked 1 0 (!i ve lectures in Fre n c h about Fre n c h culture. Fre n c h i s spoke n a t nil meetings. To b e a m embe r you mus t have t a k c n two se m es t e r s of F r e n c h w ith a "B" aver age. TORRID ZONE WIZARDS The T orrid Z o n e Wiza rd s club i s a club for stude nt s who a r e inter es t e d in science. To be in thi s club a "B" average i s r equired in science. S IT1 ING. l eft 1 0 riglll : P n l s y Ho!:!ull. K n lh i Sullh n n A l b er1<\ \ V ild c r E stllc Da\' ison ( Sec r ... I n r y ). Lo rraine C h .. n S T A .\lD I NG : D orr,inquc D c R e ilhClC. Pal rue Michel ... Belnng e r (J-li s t orinn). S u e rvl n lhi eson (Pws i l l c n l). Luig i i\ l nnlo \ nni (Vicr.Pre s id ent). Nelli e Pallo n Page 84

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FIRS r RO\V. l eft t o right : Jonnne \V"lker. B e \ 'erly Dreyer. i' l iss i' l elirnan s ( Spo nsor) Amelia G .. rci."} (Treas u r er). Cilristinc C hri stianscn ( Sec rf't [ u y ). i'l acel ( Pr esi d en t)' Vir!-tinia (Vi c ... Presiden t ). Jane Far i s ( Hi s t or i;:II1). Estlle Davison. A lice 1.. .... ,) P I SlIlls. SEC001D RO\V: L y nn P e lry. Sand y Edmons.on. Cand y Hus band ,\ni t Vial.. Carme n V n l e n e i ... ;\lary C l e m ent. R osn l i e H e \\it!. C h eryl D eRap. C har l e n e A c urr. Unda Burz.t. Sue Br e nn en. i'-1.,ur cc n CIKHron. Ruth ;\l1 .. 50n. \ i o leln i"l nry T orte nson P at F eu. Gloria S n ow. L orr.li n e Cklll THIRD RO\V: T oni Fournier Sa nd y J ohnson. Edith Slie britz. B a r b a r a \Vagn e r Lita Tiger1. Di n n" D e Fr .:ez. R ocio Cnbews. l....ed n \\'nlbridl:e. K nd,y C hr i stia n sen. E li:r..ab e t h D eSa lvo. I\ nlh)' O'D onnell. B e ver l)' $c h l e iff e r Lindn S l u hr er. C .th y S tanl ey. Annn b elle Pnrson s V .. l c r i c i"l e .. ns. Alice Link Nancy L n rg-en!. Pr iscilln i' lor\\111. Su nd y Edm o nson, ]\' I ary C l eme nt. Cnfllle n \lfllt ud". Sue Brenne n RullI Priscil b K..d.\ O'Do nnell. i"I n r y I'"t Pllt' P a l :--larQo S)""ley T HIR D RO\V Dian a O cFree:r. I..('d .. \ Va l b r idg c. R ocio Cabe7. M. i' l n r y OD onn..l1. i'lr.rg.He t :--brlin K.,d", C l l r i sli1lnscrI. 11.11"\'('\ lo"n rvt cG l oin. Le slie Ve r oni,n \ ,vnlkN, Alice Link. Sloirler SloipH m n end,y 1 .111(1., S t o l u cr. B l'\'crl) SI.I'iHcr. Anna b.I1 ... E l i?,,". ,!!! P age 85

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ASSEMBLIES W ante d Dea d o r Alive" 'The Pinlo! C h umps" Page 87

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Jus t a t J thought! Play lIOY!! T h e s e tiddly -w ink g a m es Ort' murd er! I can lic k a nyon e in ,hi s plnrc!! H ey, g e t out o f th e way Mn a nd Pil K ettiI'" S m oc k th e m good FRESHMANl Page BB

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Page 90 FOOTBALL FIRSI' ROW, l eft t o right: T a d Campbell. TOln H cppenheimer, Bill Doc k e ry, George Evans. Jim S t eve n so n D o miniqu e d e R c ilhac. Mic k ey McElh o n e. G e orge Kandrin Dnvid Wilder R oy Ramirez Jim Moore. M ike R yan. Bob Burg e n e r W oody Smith. SECOND ROW: P anello Molla. Joe Stevenson, Chris C larke. Skip B e r ge r Chris Wre nn Don M cC ullo u gh. O rrin Cleme nt. Mi k e Sulliva n J o n J ors tad. W ally Brians. D a n J ones. P e t e Young, Bill S mith Howar d Fo\' o ril e. FOOTBALL LEFT TO R I G HT: Jim !Vloore. 140 165 . QB: D oug Billison. 1 7 1 165 E : M c Elhone 150 . E: J ack B l air. 172 1 6 5 . E: Bob B urgen e r 1 55 165 . E: GCOtl!c Eva ns. 1 ,10 165 G: Dan J o nes. 1 75 1 6 5 .. T : GcOtAC Kundr i n. 1 55 I b s . C. T culII Cnpl ni n ; \-Vood y S mith. 1 8 1 1 6 5 . T : Wnlly Brinn s. 1J9 Ib5 . HB: Skip B c rgcr. 167 I b s . C: Roy Ramir e .... D8 I b s . HB: \Voyne H o l ... dow. 206 11>5 . G: Bill Dockery. 140 I b s .. E.

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TEAM THIRD R O \ V ; leo P a ul s on. Bill H anly. \ ay n e S mith. J ohn (\' l or ;n. E l m e r H alllo r John Sullivan. R o b e r t Th o m as, R o b er1 \ V i l1. Jim C r o nan. T orn C offin. Jack Blair. Dou g Silli so n. D a na Hug h es FO URTH RO\oV: K e n K arpinski. J ohn S" ndcr s Decn G reer. D Olls S mit h. Mi l,.:: Fit z pa tric k Jack S ande rs. Loui s Val e n cia. E r i c E rn es t. \-Vayn e H oltz -claw. Anni b,,1 Br e nt !'''lit c hcll. D e nni s F o r s g r en. \ ,VDlte r Tholilp so n LETTERMEN The 1963 Season LEFr TO R I G HT: D avi d Wil d e r 1 1 5 1 6 5 . I-IB : Orrin C I Clll cnl. 129 165 .. QB: D o n I'v lcCull o u g h 140 1 6 5 H B : C l lfi s \Nrenn. 160 Jbs . C: J o n J o r s l
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MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Orrin Clement Orrin C le m ent i s one o f the mos t outs t anding m e n ev e r t o p lay f ootball in the Can a l Zone. Altho u g h h e wei g h s only 1 2 9 p ounds, m any times during this p a s t seaso n h e out played r ival q u a r t e rback s w h o w e r e muc h heavi e r H e i s a v e r y ver s a til e m a n and c a n b oth run and pass. His rushing average i s 6.0 y a r d s p e r carr y a record w hi c h f e w quarterback s a nywh e r e can m a t c h and h e i s a n a c cura t e pass er. b oth on long passes and s h ort passes. His c ompletion record i s 56 2%. a n average w hi c h p lace s him up a mon g the b es t o f th e n ation's p a ss e r s His ability 011 offe n se i); s h o w n b y I h e fact tha t d u rin g the Page 9 2 p a s t season h e p e r sona ll y accounte d for g ains t o t alling t 0 5 0 ya r d s and a t o t a l of 73 points. H e was c h o s e n as qua rt erback for the All-Zone team m a d e up o f the e l e v e n best Zone p layer s, and w a s th e onl y C ri stoba l pl aye r to be chose n una nim o u s ly. H e qua rt erback e d the All-Sta rs i n th e P a lm Bowl and l e d th e m t o v ictor y ove r Can a l Zone College f o r the ir firs t victory since 1 958. B e s t o r a ll . h e was a Junior this pas t season and thus h a s a n o th e r yea r t o play f o r th e Tige rs

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TRACK TEAM FRONT ROG: J o n J o r s t a d. Rt!lIlund o B o b lvl o n tt'sdmos Rid m r d Hull. 'vV illialli H a n l.:)'. Tho m a s B c n ero. F r1'd Ryo:m J c k Sander s CENTER R O \ V : R a l p l rvl orales. Mik e Ryan B o h B u rgen e r 1\1ike B a ra n i ck. R H Y R a m i r ez. R Clli na l d(J LUII1. David \Vil d c r Bil l D oc k e ry B i l l A c h eso n .Io l.n s.."lnde r s Coa c h M oser BACK R O \ V : S ullivan C hri s W r e n Mnrk M nltl c w R ons .10 1 m F ... tllf'r. J o h n H o t s k o i' 1nrce-1 rvlih DfWilr., vVfllI y

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BASEBALL TEAM S EATED : Rickard Haka n so n. S kip pe r B e rt:<:r. Wol l y Bria n!!. J oc k Sande rs. Dovid Wilder, Mi c k ey M c Elho n e Ray R amirez. STAND ING: Bill Doc k ery. G resory H a k a n s on. Joltn Sande r s K enny KurLe slie Hil1h1 cy. G rilnl SII,idl .Pr, n c h o NOT P ICfURED: D o ug Bill il'on

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-VARSITY BASKETBALL K NEELING : Jim Moore. A lex RfIIllirez. Orrin ClC'ltIcnl. \ Voody Jolll1;;on Fr., d I.inc k SI'AND I NG : R o b e r t B c r ge n cr. J oc k Blfli r Mik e B a rflni rk, Onn Mmk Troselh JUNIOR VARSITY K NEELING : Julio S l lIith. Jost.' Vnsqw .. .Jim Crumlll, Eric Ernest. R onnie STAN D I N G R e irnund o Pnrlieco. u s li, > t-lie l,lf'v Tnm ( '"mil. R n h C I.ris \"'renn Page 9S

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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS R cmdon Cnp t a in r B e rni e B .. h i n ccl. Page 96 Carol laC r o i x S u e Soys t er. Oi, m e A shury. Sand y W e ig l e Ro se mary R e a r don Judy P a lwnbo P e ggy r-.1acConnel l B c rni e B a bin ccz. .II I, I _11 1 :, II, _I S u e Soys t e r P e ggy MacConnell

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MAJORETTES Nan c y L e s l i e K a th y D o nn a V a c h c Page 97

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Page 98 "A" LEAGUE FRONT ROW: M a rgaret Martin. tvl nga l y A l ayon. Sa nd y Weigle. Rina Aloyon. Nina C h a ppell. BACK ROW: Nancy Hu l dqui s l Ma cConnell. Carl C h rllllhcrs. Jud y P a lumbo Gay l e F e lll f't. Be m ie Babint'C7 .. Juni n e B e d s wort h GIRL'S BASKETBALL "8" LEAGUE FRON]' ROW: K alllY Sdliebc. Carol L'ICm i x D arnell Will. BAC K ROW: Je a n Wo.lker Dian e A sbury, S u (' Soyslcr Ell'onor Lewi s Lindn l o IHls on G l o rin L.,I nid iN, Morinone Fields.

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FRON T R OvY : P cggy l'v l ocC.:mneil. B > mi"" B n hi,wC1 . P u lUilib o Nino CI'" ppdl. A udrey Dun c a n BACK Roscmory R eiHd on. J anin.> Btxl swortk Viol .... l n F u entt's Gnyl .... F .... tll .... r. f-1ildn H o t s ko. Carla C h a mb e r s SilJldy f\'1:.rgal"t' t rvlllrtin GIRL'S VOLLEYBALL "8" LEAGUE FRONT RO\ V : I ..... slip J .it., Tig,-rl. C,rul L,C r o i x DnrM1I Will. f\' l nry Ann BAC K R OVv : Diilnf' A s bury S ,,, 1.;11,1" I "j,n so n F I('ollror Rud. S UI' Ro..,("oe. G loria L e lilidif"r. Domtl, y Ilflq w r Page 99

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TENNIS TEAMS K NEELING : Fre d Lnck. J illl Cas tagn o J ohn Sullivan. Coac h Vi iI. Sl'ANDING : Robert B c r !:clIl c r P a n cho MOlin. Mik e Furlo. Dominique D eReilh ac. K NEEL! I G : N ina C h appell. ST'AND ING: Carlo C hambers. Rill a Alayon. Jill B eec h. Gal yc Felle r Magal y A l ayo n Pag e 100 SWIMMING TEAM SEATE D : O scar R o ura. Gihh) 11;)(on, S ra Pa lUluho Judy R e dulond. Judy \ Villiams. Sf Af\roI NG ; Skippe r B ur g e r Nan cy H op kin s Papo Vn lt!n cin. vVoad y S llIill.. Carm e n V a l encia, Tila FU ("lln t es. j

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Our Best Wishes to the Class of '64 and When You Think of Traveling THINK WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE Page 102

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Best Wis h .es to th e C las s of 1964 COCO SOLO BEAUTY SALON TeL 3-6232 Compliments of JOHN SURANY, S A. With the Compliment of FRANCE Le Plus Long Paquebot du M onde L e Harve New Y ork CIE. GLE. TRANS ATLANTIQUE FRENCH LINE Cristobal, C. Z CONGRATULATIONS C. FERNIE & CO. Cristobat c.z. Balboa, C.Z. Page 103

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Page 104 C OMPLIMENTS OF GIL MORLAND Congratul ations from THE BREAKERS CLUB MARGARITA FLORIST extends Congratulations to the Class of 1964 Bonded F .TD. Florist Compliments of PANAMA AGENCIES CO. Cristobal Panama Colon Balboa 3-2135 3-0024 7-1744 2-2159 Best Wishes from the PANAMA CANAL YACHT CLUB

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I Y OLI l l ropp e d y o ur i ce rrenru \ VHFJ{E? f l I K i s!' JII", )'ou 1"001. I I c),. l ei gol Gel off my fOOl! G irl cir l I,ul girl FOOTJlAI.J PLAYERS' Bul, CUII'1.. 1I,,r.'"s wote r ill II" 1 l n!. t ... Page 105

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C o mpliment s 0/ THE MARGARITA UNION CHURCH NORTON, LILLY & COMPANY, INC. Masonic Temple Cristobal, Canal Zone Compliments of THE FORT DAVIS GOLF C L U B Compliments 0/ JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY, INC. T el. 7 3353 Compliments of BOYD BROTHERS STEAMSHIP AGENCIES, LTD. Page 107

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Page 108 Compliment s of L K. COFER AGENT Room 111 Captain o f the P ort Build ing Balboa, Canal Zone Telephon es: Office Balboa 2-2572 and 2-2998 Off ice Cristobal 3-3206 Compliments of ALHAMBRA CLUB Visi t the New Typical Spanish Restaurant Spanish Meal s The Best Service in C o lon In F ront of Old Co lo n Railroad S tation Fr ont and 8th Street Colon, P P Compliment s of PEIKARD, B.P. T el. 7-1920 Colon Free Zone Complim ents of SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT, S.A. Colon Chevrol e t B uick -Opel Oldsmobile T el. 7-1820 or 7-1821

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See R onnie. WI' a id put YUlir picture i n The Stair-Warm e r So w h a t .. r e you tl,rce l oo king o t ? Conle find h i p it li S yo u go. o n the light fantastic 'vVl m t c h r !lo t ther e t'-'lary? Q U( PlS
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Compliment s of E. J. BERGER Congratul ations to the Senior Class from FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY P age 112 Canal Zone Program Compliments of ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO Cristobal Canal Zone LA UNICA -Furniture Store La test St yle s 0 1 the F ines t Quality 01 Mahogany Fu rniture Locat e d on the corner of 8th and Front Str eets Tel. 7-0200 Colon, R. de P Aptdo 427 Congrat u l a tions t o the Class of '64 from MARGARITA BEAUTY SALON Margarita Service Center T el. 3-1642 MOTTA INTERNATIONAL, S.A.

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Page 114 SCHERING CORPORATION Pan america, S.A. SCHERING CORPORATION Bloomfield Ne w Jersey WHITE LABORATORIES Kenilworth, New Jersey AMERICAN SCIENTIF1C LABORATORIES Compliments of CONTINENTAL SHIPPING CORP. Cristobal, C. Z Madison, Wisconsin Compliments of ELBERT S. W AID POST NO.2 France Field, C. Z.

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Page 116 Compliments of Congratula t ions Class of 1964[ PANAMA FREE PORT CORPORATION Colon Free' Zone H99" Colon Compliments of REFINERIA PANAMA, S.A. Puert o Bahia Las Minas Colon, Rep. de Panama Panama

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With Best Wishes and Success to the Class of '64 from CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE LODGE NO 1542 BENEVOLENT Or PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS COMPANIA INTERAMERICANA GILLETTE S.A. Zona Libre de Colon Compliment s of TAGAROPULOS, S.A. Box 443 R. de Panama Telefonos: Colon 1560 -156 1 Toni Tel. No. 7-3327 Colon, Panama Paper Mate Page 118

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Compliments of BECTON DICKENSON &, CO., S.A. Colon Free Zone Compliments of ALMACEN FONG With a 5c and IOc Department 9th and Bolivar Avenue Colon. Republic of Panama Compliments of LA ISLA DE CUBA Fr ont S treet Colon ATTIAS' F o urth o f July Avenue Panama Compliments to the Class of '64 CAIN BROTHERS, INC. World Wide Moving Service Tel. 2-2973 P O Box 2017 Balboa, Canal Zone Page 119

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Compliments of CANAL ZONE POLICE ASSOCIATION Cristobal Branch And y o u w ant t o k n o w why t h e y ca r h o o k i s blc Co m e Oil, Th e SODA P O P 'S g ellin wann. Congratulations to the Class of '64 GATUN GUN CLUB Nt x l y ef,r the hn nd g e l s n e w un if o rm s. I If,ink rill b e ing f ollo wf'd Pag e 112

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1964 CARIBBEAN STAFF EDITOR uuu .... ......u.uu. JANET HOVERSON LITERARY ED ITOR .. ........... ALEX HEPPENHEIM E R SENIOR EDITOR . . .................... ..................................... KAREN WASZAK ASSISTANT SENIOR EDITOR ................................... CONNIE LAS H E R JUNIOR and UNDERCLA S SMEN EDITOR ...... NAOMI KUNTZ SPORTS EDITOR ... . . . .................... TOM HEPPENHEIMER ASSISTANT SPORT S ED ITOR .... MAGALY andRINAALAYON CLUBS EDITOR ..u. BETTY LEWIS ACTIVITIES EDITOR u ....................... u .......... ROSEMARY REARDON BUSINESS MANAGER. . .................................. NANCY HOPKIN S ART EDITOR ............... u .............................................................. DONNA WONG ASSISTANT ART EDITOR ................................... . ................... VICKI CLARK PHOTOGRAPHERuu NANCY HOPKINS ADVISOR ... ......... u ............ ................. ..................................... MR REX HOPSON Junior and Senior Class Pictures by ........................ FINLAYSON STU DIO Other Pictur e s by .................. .... ................................................... uu FOTO MASD EU Page '23

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