CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Administration and Faculty
Hall of Fame
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I, A Teacher
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Leadership, a true desire to instill learning, and
above all, a sense of compassion, here is a
Teacher who is to be admired and respected. Such
S, a person is ... Mr. Gansen.
Mr. William J. Gansen
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Panama Canal Company Administration PB, I.Irn
"There is nothing more difficult to take in hand,
more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its
success, than to take the lead in the introduction
of a new order of things."
W. K. MARRIOTT
SUPERINTENDENT AND STAFF
MR. FRANK A. CASTLES
11 Superintendent of Schools
The staff consists of Mr. Frank A. Castles, Superintendent of
i I Schools; Mr. Victor Herr, Supervisor of Music; Dr. Kenneth E.
Lake, Coordinator of Curriculum; Mr. John S. Pettingill, Assistant
to the Superintendent; Mr. Theo F. Hotz, Assistant Superintendent
Si, of U.S. Schools; Mr. Lawerence E. Horine, Supervisor of Physical
SEducation and Athletics, U.S. Schools; Miss Marilyn Flynn, Coordi-
Snator of Special Education; Dr. Charles Latimer Jr., Deputy Super-
intendent of Schools; Mrs. Frances F. Sampsell, Supervisor of
fInstruction, U.S. Elementary Schools; Mr. David A. Speir Jr.,
SSupervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mr. A. H. Byrd,
S -- Administrative and Budget Officer.
BACK ROW: Mr. Victor Herr, Mr. John S. Pettingill, Mr. Lawerence E. Horine, Dr. Charles Latimer Jr., Mrs. Frances F. Sampsell. FRONT ROW:
Dr. Kenneth E. Lake, Mr. Theo F. Hotz, Miss Marilyn Flynn, Mr. David A. Speir Jr., Mr. A. H. Byrd. SEATED: Mr. Frank A. Castles.
g The moment that you receive your high school diploma will signify far more
S I than the completion of a period of schooling. It will mean that now you are taking
your place in the adult world. You will now be freed from what may often have
S appeared to you to have been the "tyranny" of high school. Soon you will be freed
from the restraints that you may have felt were placed on you at home. Soon you
will be making your own decisions.
Your schooling and your training at home have been in a large sense preparation
for this. How will you conduct yourself when you have your own decisions to make?
PAUL L. BECK May I, with some hesitation quote for you, in slightly paraphrased form, the words
of Robert Louis Stevenson to be applied as a standard of behavior.
"To be honest, to be kind to earn a little and to spend less, to make upon the whole a family happier for your
presence, to renounce when that shall be necessary and not to be embittered, to keep a few friends, but there with-
out sacrificing your standards and above all, on the same grim conditions, to keep friends with yourself -
here is a task for all your fortitude and delicacy!"
. VAYA CON DIOS
CARL F. MAEDL
MARION B. TAYLOR
J MCQL LINE E. WAGNER
Canal Zone College
GLADYS O. DIAZ
Sue Roscoe, office assistant, helps Mr. Beck and staff with school information.
Mr. Beck uses the announcing system in the office to
relate important items to teachers and students.
Mr. Mowery's mechanical drawing class enables students
to improve their talent and gives them a taste of modern
Florida State College
University of Michigan
National Honor Society
CHARLES M. BREWER
Oklahoma City University
University of Oklahoma
JO ANN CARR
University of Alabama
Junior High Dramatics
Grand Rapids Junior College
Michigan State University
VIRGINIA M. CONDINA
RICHARD W. BOCK
University of North Dakota
University of Houston
Northern \1% lii-, College
University of Michigan
Southeastern Louisiana College
University of Southern
Girls' Athletic Association
LOUIS J. FATTOROSI VEVA FOLSOM W. H. GAY
English, Speech Shorthand, Typing ROTC
B.S., M.Ed. B.A., M.A. ROTC Rifle Team
Rutgers University Nebraska State College Girls' Rifle Team
Debating Club Coloradq State College
Mr. Koziol points out to Juan Santos the important facts in painting
Mr. Gansen, the senior economics teacher, teaches his
classes how to spend their money.
WILLIAM J. GANSEN
Eastern Michigan University
University of Michigan
ANNE D. GEGG
French, Spanish, Latin
Caribe Club, French Club
EUGENE T. GREGG
A.A., B.A., M.A.
Canal Zone Junior College
Colorado State College
University of Colorado
REX C. HOPSON
George Peabody College
Quill and Scroll, Yearbook
EDWARD A. KELLY
Boys' Counselor, Guidance
University of Miami
Art, Social Studies
Michigan State University
ETHEL M. LAURIE
New York State University
George Peabody College
Mrs. Fattorosi's talents extend beyond the gym.
Miss Anderson and Mr. Kelly prove very helpful to seniors
who are applying for colleges.
S. F. Austin College
Gustavus Adolphus College
EMMA L. MASON
BERNARD R. MAZZONI
Lebanon Valley College
Pennsylvania State University
IFOCA r illjiiiilr
ROBERT E. McCIL LLOL'GH
St. Cloud State College
Colorado State College
ROBERT L. MOWERY
Indiana State College
JO F. McDONNELL
Episcopal School of Nursing
University of North Carolina
JAMES D. NORMAN
Michigan State University
Oregon State University
Torrid Zone Wizards
University of Wyoming
L. C. PALUMBO
Junior High S.A.
Drexel Institute of Technology
GRACE S. PFAU
Valley City State College
University of Minnesota
Nurse's Aides, Pink Girls
Mr. Hopson, Karen Hammond, and Rosy Donohue struggle with last minute details of the
Mr. Fattorosi stresses the fact that students should not talk
with their hands.
JAMES H. PFAU
Valley City State College
University of Minnesota
CHARLES T. REEVES
Arizona State University
STELLA RIEFKOHI. EARL C. SHARICK
Spanish Special Education
B.A.. M.A. B.S., M.S.
New York University Illinois State University
ROBERT F. SHIPMAN
Ohio Northern University
JAMES E. STEARNS
University of Florida
Language Lab Club
FREDA L. STOHRER
Jacksonville State College
I university of Tennessee
Mr. Mazzoni explains the fundamentals of algebra to his class.
"Oh, do we have to go through this again?"
DOUGLAS B. LITTON
B. K. THOMPSON HARRIETT YOUNG
B.S., M.S. B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
University of Tennessee Central Missouri State College
Majorettes Louisiana State University
"This is an M-l and I am Sergeant Brewer."
Mr. Pfau and his zany chemistry class attempt an experiment.
"I see not a step before me as I tread on another
year; But I've kept the Past in God's keeping, -
the Future his mercy shall clear; And what looks
dark in the distance, may brighten as I draw near."
M. G. BRAINARD
ALBERT C. MOTTA, JR.
August 4, 1946; Panama, Republic of Panama.
"C" Club 1,2,3,4; "21" Club 1,2,3,4---President
4; Student Council 1,2,4; Class Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Class President 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4;
Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4-Co-Captain 4;
Canal Zone All Stars 2,3,4; All Zone 3,4.
WALLACE STODDART BRIANS
April 30, 1947; Nampa, Idaho. National Honor
Society 4; Rifle Club 1; Caribe Club 1,2,3,4;
"21" Club 2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Class Vice-President 4; Homeroom Alternate
1; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4.
NAOMI RUTH MASON
July 2, 1947; Matawan, New Jersey. National
Honor Society 3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4; GAA
3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 2,3; Glee Club 2,3;
Nurse's Aid 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 4; Intra-
murals 1,2,3,4; All Stars: Volleyball 3; Soft-
ball 2; Top Ten 3.
SUSAN LOUISE SOYSTER
April 15, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. GAA 4;
Class Assemblies 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4;
ROTC Sponsor 4; Class Treasurer 4; Home-
coming Court 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; "B"
League: Volleyball 1,3; Basketball 1,3; "A"
League: Softball 3; Volleyball 4.
We, the Class of 1965, leave Cristobal High School with mixed emotions. We are
proud to graduate and thus pass our first important milestone on the road to success,
but we are also sorry to leave our carefree high school days. Ours is the charter class
of Cristobal Junior-Senior High School-we are the first class to complete six full
years in this school.
To those of you who follow in our footsteps, we wish luck and a pleasant future.
When you become a senior, keep in mind that it is a privilege, and use that privilege
with the dignity which it deserves. As you pass through these halls, think of those who
have gone before you--especially the people of this class, our personalities, our spirit
of I,:.,.1Ih10,. e-- Remember us for the deeds we have done.
DIANA M. ARINGTON
June 10, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
DIANE VIRGINIA ASBURY
January 25, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
GAA 2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4; Class Assem-
blies 1,2,3,4; Drill Team Sponsor 3; ROTC
Sponsor 4; SA Secretary 3,4; SA Homeroom
Representative 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Home-
coming Queen 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; "B"
League: Volleyball 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3.
LOUIS ALEXANDER AUSTIN, JR.
April 10, 1946: Ancon, Canal Zone. ROTC
1,2,3,4; Drill Team 1,2,3-Commander 3; Com-
pany Commander 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Football 2,4; Swimming Team 1,2.
VIRGINIA D. AUSTIN
January 25, 1946: San Jose, Costa Rica. De-
bating Society 4-President; Caribe Club 3,4;
Language Lab Club 4; Class Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Mock Election 4; Swimming Team 2.
JAMES A. BEDSWORTH
February 3, 1947; San Jose, Costa Rica.
GAYLE SANDRA BRUCE
November 27, 1946; Margarita, Canal Zone.
Nurse's Aid 2; Pink Girls 2; Class Assemblies
1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4.
ADELE JUNE BURNS
June 10, 1947; Panama, Republic of Panama.
French Club 2,3,4-President 4; Caribe Club
2,3,4; Nurse's Aid 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,2;
Language Lab Club 4; Class Assemblies
S'. 1,2,3,4; Caribbean Staff 4.
SUSAN M. BUSS
July 16, 1947; Miami, Florida. Debating So-
city 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals
VIVIAN ELAINE BUTLER
January 27, 1947; Hartford, Connecticut.
Nurse's Aid 3,4; Class Assembly 4; Mock
Election 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Intramurals
DANIEL ANTONIO CALDERON
January 11, 1948; Santurce, Puerto Rico. An-
tilles High School: Student Council 1; Bas-
ketball 2. Cristobal High School: French Club
JAMES ANTHONY CASTAGNO
April 11, 1946; Boston, Massachusetts. Fay-
etteville High School: Football 1; Track 1.
Cristobal High School: Class Assemblies 3,4;
Football 4; Track 4; Tennis 4.
CARLA MAY CHAMBERS
February 10, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards
2,3,4--Secretary 3; GAA 2,3,4-President 4;
Debating Society 4--Secretary; Class Assem-
blies 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Representative 4; In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4; "A" League: Basketball 3,4;
Volleyball 3,4; Tennis 3,4.
MAUREEN RUTH CHARRON
August 16, 1947; Lincoln, New Hampshire.
Nurse's Aid 2,3,4; Pink Girls 3; Class Assem-
blies 3,4; Mock Election 4; Intramurals 2,3,4;
Caribbean Staff 4.
JANICE ELAINE CHESHIRE
April 24, 1947; Tampa, Florida. Nurse's Aid
2,3; Pep Club 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3.
January 12, 1947; Wichita, Kansas. Nurse's
Aid 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Class Assembly 1.
LARRY ALLEN CHRISTOPH
September 16, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
National Honor Society 4; Caribe Club 1,2,3,4
-Vice-President 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4;
Class Assemblies 1,2: ROTC 1,2,3,4--Battalion
Commander 4; ROTC Rifle Team 3,4-Cap-
tain 4; Homeroom Representative 1,3.
ILEANA DEL CARMEN CINTRON
December 12, 1945; Ponce, Puerto Rico.
ORRIN PIERCE CLEMENT
September 6, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
"C" Club 1,2,3,4-Secretary-Treasurer 3, Presi-
dent 4; SA Assistant Treasurer 3; SA Treas-
urer 4; Football 1,2,3,4--"Most Valuable
Player" 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4;
JANET ANGELA CLUTE
February 22, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
GAA 3,4; Debating Society 4; Caribbean
Staff 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals
1,2,3,4; "A" League: Softball 3; Volleyball 4.
GEORGE WILLIAM COLEMAN
September 8, 1947; Panama, Republic of
Panama. Glee Club 4.
RONALD WAYNE COLLINS
September 3, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
TOMMIE NEAL COMPTON
March 11, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. ROTC 1;
Class Assemblies 1,2; Swimming 4; Football
SANDRA CAROLYN CONWAY
June 12, 1947; Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Hyattsville High School: Future Teachers of
America 1. Northwestern High School: Future
Nurses of America 2. Hendersonville High
School: Future Nurses of America 3; News-
paper Staff 3. Cristobal High School: Nurse's
RICHARD LEE COOPER
May 17, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. ROTC
1,2; Drill Team 1; Usher Guard 1.
NANCY EILEEN DELAPP
August 11, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
GAA 1,2,3,4; Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls
1.2,3.4; Chorus 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4:
Jamboree Queen 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
JACQUELINE ANN DENANY
February 27, 1947; Washington, Illinois.
BEVERLY ANNE DREYER
April 17, 1916; Margarita, Canal Zone. Nurse's
Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 1,2.3,4: Class Assem-
blies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; "A" League:
Volleyball 4. Homecoming Court 4.
July 20, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Class
Assemblies 1,2; Intramurals 4.
JANE ANN FARIS
December 1, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4-President 4; Pink Girls
1,2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4-Historian 4; Dra-
matics Club 1,2,4; Marching Band 3,4; Con-
cert Band 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,4.
JORGE LUIS FERRER
February 19, 1947; Santurce, Puerto Rico.
Straubing High School: Football Emblem.
Cristobal High School: Caribbean Staff.
January 14, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. GAA
1,2,3,4-Vice-President 4; Nurse's Aid 1,2;
Pink Girls 1,2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Homeroom Alternate 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
"A" League: Basketball 2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4;
Softball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4.
April 1, 1947; Berkeley, California. Torrid
Zone Wizards 1,2,3,4-Secretary 4; Nurse's
Aid 3,4; Debating Society 4; Pep Club 1;
Class Assemblies 1,3,4.
RICARDO HUMBERTO FONG, JR.
July 27, 1946; Margarita, Canal Zone. Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards
1,2,3,4-President 4; Caribe Club 2,3,4; Dra-
matics Club 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 1; Debating
Society 4-Vice-President; SA Secretary, 2;
Science Fair Awards 3.
EDNA MAE FORSYTHE
August 7, 1947; Panama, Republic of Panama.
Pep Club 1; Class Assembly 1.
JAMES ABNER FROST
May 3, 1945; Tampa, Florida. Class Assembly
1; Football 4.
PHILIP EDWARD GABRIEL
June 9, 1947; Quincy, Massachusetts.
AMELIA ANTONIA GARCIA
March 11, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
Nurse's Aid 1.2,3.4-Treasurer 3, Sesretary 4;
Glee Club 1.2,3.4; GAA 1.2.3,4; Language
Lab Club 4-President; Debating Society 4;
Caribbean Staff 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; "A"
League: Basketball 1,2. Class Vice-President 3.
MICHELLE THERESA GOGUEN
January 23, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Pep
Club 1; Dramatics Club 1.2; Nurse's Aid 1;
Majorette 1,2; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Intra-
murals 1,2,3,4; Swimming Team 1,2,3.
WARREN ANTHONY GREGORY
April 9, 1947; Baltimore, Maryland. Class
Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Foot-
RICHARD JAMES HAKANSON
September 9, 1947; Brooklyn, New York. "C"
Club 3.4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 3,4;
EIRA ARLENE HANNBERG
June 26, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Nurse's
Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 1,2,3,4; Class Assem-
February 7, 1947; Montrose, Pennsylvania.
Nurse's Aid 2,3,4; Pink Girls 2,3,4; Girls'
Rifle Team 4; Intramurals 3,4.
September 3, 1946; Colon, Republic of
Panama. Pep Club 1; Class Assembly 2; Intra-
murals 1,2,3,4; "A" League: Volleyball 3.
September 20, 1947; Colon, Republic of
Panama. ROTC. 1,2; Drill Team 1; Class
Assembly 1; Track 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4.
MICHAEL F. HERRING
June 30, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. ROTC
1,2,3,4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Drill Team 3,4;
Class Assembly 3.
PATRICIA ANNE HOGAN
February 7, 1947; Tulsa, Oklahoma. French
Club 2,3,4; Language Lab Club 4.
BLANCHE ELIZABETH JONES
February 26, 1947; Sego City, Virginia. Intra-
THOMAS HILLMAN JORDAN
October 8, 1948; Coco Solo, Canal Zone. Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4-President 4; Caribe
Club 2,3,4; Language Lab Club 4, ROTC
Drill Team 3,4; National Merit Semifinalist 4;
NSF Summer Study Program 3.
JON KENT JORSTAD
March 18, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. "21"
Club 2,3,4; "C" Club 2,3,4; SA Alternate 3,4;
Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; All
Stars 3; Track 2,3,4.
NANCY ANN KLUNICK
November 24. 1948; Alton, Illinois. Dunton
High School: Class President 1; Intramurals 1.
Bellaire High School: French Club 2; Future
Teachers of America 2. Winthrop High School:
Drama Club 3; Glee Club 3: French Club 3.
Cristobal High School: French Club 4; Dra-
matics Club 4; Caribe Club 4.
NANCY SUZAN LARGENT
August 28, 1947; Panama City, Republic of
Panama. Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4: Caribe Club
2.3,4: Debating Society 4; Language Lab
Club 4: Girls' Rifle Team 4; NCTE Nomina-
tion 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
CAROLINA ANN LEE
March 25, 1946; Colon, Republic of Panama.
FREDERICK DONALD LINCK
October 22, 1947; Detroit, Nl. hoJr.. "C" Club
2,3,4; "21" Club 4; Homeroom Alternate 4;
Basketball 2,3; Tennis 1,2.3,4.
ALICE ELIZABETH LINK
November 1, 1946; Colon, Republic of
Panama. Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls
1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2.
KRISTIN LEE MALLORY
September 4, 1947; Toledo, Ohio. Spanish
Club 1,2; Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4;
School Newspaper 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
LUIGI L. N. MANTOVANI
November 6, 1947; Panama City, Republic of
Panama. French Club 2,3,4-Vice-President 4:
CariLe Club 2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2;
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Debating Society 4;
Language Lab Club 4-Russian Sector Chair-
man; ROTC 1,2,3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4.
BONNIE ELIZABETH MARQUARD
January 21, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Caribe
Club 1,2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Home-
room Representative 3,4; Homeroom Alternate
2: Athletic Council 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4;
"B" League: Softball 2.
DONALD LEE McCULLOUGH
March 6, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. "21"
Club 1,2,3,4-Vice-President 4; National
Honor Society 3,4; 'C" Club 2,3,4; Class
Assemblies 3,4; SA Treasurer 3; SA Presi-
dent 4; ROTC Battalion Executive Officer 4;
Afl Zone 4: Baseball 3,4.
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ANDREW JOHN METZGAR
January 31, 1947; White Plains, New York.
ROTC 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3.
MARY FRANCES O'DONNELL
February 4, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Nurse's
Aid 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; French Club
3.4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals
RAMON OTERO, JR.
March 11, 1947; Bayamon, Puerto Rico. ROTC
Drill Team 3,4; ROTC Rifle Team 3,4; Swim-
ming Team 3.
CATHERINE IRENE PARKER
November 28, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone.
Nurse's Aid 2,3,4; Pink Girls 3; Class Assem-
blies 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Caribbean
JUDITH ANN PAULSON
March 14, 1947; Corry, Pennsylvania. Debat-
ing Society 4; Cheerleader 4: Freshman-
Sophomore Dance Queen 2: "21" Club Carni-
val Queen's Court 2; Homecoming Court 4;
SA Representative 2.3; Class Assemblies
1,2.3,4; Intramurals 1.2,3,4; Top Ten 2.
MILDRED MARIE PAYNE
November 7, 1946; Paterson, New Jersey. In-
tramurals 1,2,3,4; "A" League: Volleyball 4.
May 31, 1945; Margarita, Canal Zone. Class
Assemblies 1,2,3; Track 1,2.
January 2, 1947; Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
Majorettes 2,3; Caribbean Staff 4; Class As-
semblies 1,2; Intramurals 1,2.3; "A" League:
CATHERINE ANN REDMAN
August 3, 1947; Charleston, Illinois. Pep Club
1; Debating Society 4; Majorette 1; Class
Assemblies 1,2; Intramurals 1,2.
RONALD EDWARD RIEFKOHL
March 27, 1947; San Juan, Puerto Rico. "21"
Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; Class As-
semblies 1,2,3,4; Athletic Council 4; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Outstanding Cadet Medal 2; ROTC
Rifle Team 1,2,3,4.
August 21, 1947; Caygy, Puerto Rico.
April 19, 1946; Atlanta, Georgia. Chorus
1,2,3; Glee Club 3; Future Homemakers of
PAMELA KATHERINE ROBERTSON
November 16, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
National Honor Society 4; Caribe Club 1,2,3,4
-Secretary 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,3,4-
Vice-President 4; Debating Society 4; Lan-
guage Lab Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Class Secretary 3; Class Assem-
blies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4.
SUZANNE PATRICIA ROSCOE
July 6, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Nurse's
Aid 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals
1,2,3,4; "B" League: Volleyball 3.
February 17, 1947; Fort Jackson, South Caro-
lina. ROTC 4; Drill Team 4; Rifle Team 4;
Track 4; Baseball 4; Swimming Team 4.
November 28, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4-President 4; Debating
society 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-
President 1; Class President 2; Homeroom
Representative 3,4; Homecoming Court 4;
Carribbean Editor-in-Chief 4; Mock Election
4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Swimming Team
FRED JOSEPH RYAN, JR.
September 18, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. "C"
Club 2,3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Home-
room Alternate 3; Track 2,3,4.
ROBERT EDWIN SANDERS
June 19, 1946; Margarita, Canal Zone. Class
Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Alternate 2;
Football 4; Tennis 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3.
ZULMA YOLANDA SANTIAGO
August 21, 1947; Hato Rey, Puerto Rico.
ANA DELIA SANTOS
June 12, 1946; Toa Alta, Puerto Rico. Nurse's
Aid 3,4; Pink Girls 3; Intramurals 3,4.
WAYNE RUSSELL SEELEY
September 5, 1947; Titusville, Pennsylvania.
ROTC 1,2; Class Assembly 4.
LUANA JEAN SEYMOUR
December 19, 1941; Bremerton, Washington.
HARRY FISHER SIMONS
May 17, 1947; Morristown, New Jersey. Fay-
etteville High School: Football 2. Cristobal
High School: ROTC 3,4; Drill Team 3,4;
Class Assemblies 3,4.
JAMES THEODORE SMITH
December 15, 1946; Kinston, North Carolina.
Grainger High School: Homeroom Representa-
tive 2; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2. San Pedro
High School: Homeroom Representative 3;
Baseball 3. Cristobal High School: Homeroom
Alternate 4; Football 4; Basketball 4; Base-
LARRY GLEN STANFORD
February 17, 1947; Fort Worth, Texas. Burle-
son High School: Football 2. Cristobal High
School: Football 4.
MARGO JOSEPHINE STANLEY
November 30, 1945; San Jose, Costa Rica.
Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 2,3; Dramatics
Club 2,3,4; Debating Society 4; Pep Club 1;
Class Assemblies 2,4; Mock Election 4.
LINDA FAYE STOHRER
June 27, 1947; Bayshore, New York. Caribe
Club 2.3,4; Nurse's Aid 2,3,4; Class Astem-
blies 2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4.
WILLIAM MICHAEL SULLIVAN
Ma\h 10, 1947; (Chlleton, Pennsylvania. Boston -
College High School: Cross-Country Team 1.
Cristobal High School: "C" Club 3,4; Class
\Assemblies 2,3,4: \,lck Election 4: ROTC
2,3,4: D)rill Team 2; Usher 2; Caribbean
Staff 4; Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Swimming
Team 4; Baseball 4.
LILLIAN ELIZABETH THOMAS
December 23, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone.
National Honor Society 4-Vice-President:
Caribe Club 2,3,4; GAA 3,4: Debating Club 4;
Nurse's Aid 1.2; Pink (;irls 1: Class Assenm-
lblies 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Class Presi-
dent 3; ROTC Sponsor 4; Homeroom Repre-
sentative 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Intramurals
... 1.2,3.4; "B" League: Volleyball 2
ROBERT BARRIE THOMSON
I)ecember 30, 1946; Englewood, New Jersey.
Auburn High School: Baseball 1. Cristobal
High School: ROTC 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 2;
Color (Guarld Comnmanler 4: Football 4:
LITA SARA TIGERT
April 11, 1947; David. Republic of Panama.
Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 1,2,3; GAA f"
3,4; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Intramurals
1,2,3,4; "B" League: Volleyball 3; Softball 3.
DONNA ELIZABETH VACHE
September 24, 1947: Catskill, New York. Class
Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4-Captain
3; Mock Election 4.
CARMEN MAGDALENA VALENCIA
November 10, 1946; Santurce, Puerto Rico.
Nurse's Aid 1,2,3,4; Pink Girls 1,2,3,4; Girls'
Rifle Team 4; Class Assemblies 1,2,4; Carib-
bean Staff 4; Iitramurals 1,3,4; Swimming
ROBERT JOSEPH VALENTINE
July 6, 1947; Mount Vernon, New York. Glee
Club 1; ROTC 1,2,3; Color Guard 2; Usher
Guard 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Swimming
RICHARD R. VALENZUELA
June 15, 1947; Phoenix, Arizona.
MARIA EUGENIA VAZQUEZ
September 7, 1946; Colon, Republic of
Panama. Drama Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1;
GAA 2,3,4; Girls' Rifle Team 4; Intramurals
DIANNE CLAIRE VICK
January 27, 1947; Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Newsletter Staff 4; Tradewind Staff 4.
JOANNE CECILIA WALKER
July 5, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Nurse's Aid
3; Pink Girls 3; Class Assemblies 1,2,3,4;
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; "B" League: Basketball 3.
DONNA KAYE WERTZ
July 7, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Nurse's
Aid 1; Debating Society 4; Class Assemblies
1,2,4; .Mock Election 4; Intramurals 4.
April 20, 1947; Oakland, California. Caribe
Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Class Assemblies
1,2,3; Homeroom Representative 1; Caribbean
Staff 4; Safety Committee 4; Intramurals 4.
VILMA MARIE WILLIAMS
October 21, 1936; San Jose, Costa Rica. Na-
tional Honor Society 4; Stamp Club 1,2;
French Club 3,4: Carile Club 4; Class As-
sembly 4; SA Representative 1,2; Class Secre-
CHRISTOPHER JAY WRENN
July 16, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4; "21" Club 2,3,4;
"C" Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Class,
Assemblies 1.2,3,4; Class President 1; Class
Vice-President 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Track
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3.
SHARON LEE DOBBS
HARRY SAENZ GARZA
SUSAN R. MELHORN
December 30, 1946; Wyandotte, Michigan.
Trenton High School: National Honor Society
3; Basketball 3. Cristobal High School: Na-
tional Honor Society 4; Dramatics Club 4;
Seniors in Their More Serious Moments
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Last Will and Testament
DIANE ARINGTON-leaves her seat in English to Louise
DIANE A-,:l tli -leaves all the good times at CHS to Gloria
Snow. Nancy Hulquist, Mary Ann Field, Margaret Mar-
tin and Janine Bedsw orth
LOUIS AUSTIN-leaves his position in ROTC to Robert
Will. and leaves Charlie in the care of his brother
VIRGINIA Al II1\ leaves her ability to flirt to any girl
who wants to have lots of fun
JIM BEDSWORTH-leaves his books for anybody who hap-
pens to get them
JILL BEECH-leaves her "limey talk" to anyone who cares
to "have a bash" at it
WALLY BRIANS-leaves to Tarzan a couple-thousand wilted
palm fronds used for decorations
GAYLE BRUCE-leaves all her good times in gym class to
ADELE lit HR;--leaves her friendliness to Andy Luna, and
CHS to Kathy O'Donnell
VIVIAN BUTLER-leaves the "3-must-be 'q'" Society to
Sue. Kathy, and Dottie
SUE BUSS-leaves very happily and very willingly the halls
JIM CASTAGNO-leaves the front seat of his car to Tom
CARLA CHAMBERS-leaves to Janine Bedsworth and Mar-
garet Martin her ability to get along with Mrs. Fattorosi,
and to Jack Sanders. her driver's license
MAUREEN CHARRON-leaves to her brother Mike, all her
good times in high school
JAN1CE CHESHIRE-leaves willingly
KATHY CHRISTIA 1 \-- leaves her senior year to her
LARRY CHRISTOPH--leaves his position as spokesman foi
Mrs. Smith's 4th period English class to any senior who
loves to be dismissed early
ILEANA CINTRON-leaves Mrs. Smith's English class to all
the future seniors of CHS
ORRIN ( l-I MNT-leaves his place on the cheerleading
squad to Leo Paulson
JANET CLUTE-leaves CHS to Lynn Johnson and Gloria
Lelaidier. and her money to Leo Paulson
GEORGE COLEMAN-leaves his seat at the organ to his
RONALD COLLINS-leaves "all" his athletic letters to Hol-
NEAL COMPTON-leaves his brother his hard luck in foot-
ball. and Jack Sanders his dollar so he can go to Pina
RICHARD COOPER-leaves the parties at Pina to Lynn
Burleson. and his faithful Dodge to anyone who wants
NANCY DeLAPP-leaves the honor of being "Jamboree
Queen" for CHS to her sister Joan, and "the Jet" to
her brother Dee
JACKIE Dl \ANY--leaves to Chuck Denany and Mona Santa
Ana all the fun of high school
SHERRIE DOlI';- I. ives her intellect to Sharon Fusselman.
and her classes to anyone who's silly enough to accept
1II \ I li'L. Dlil I 1: I ,aves all her hawling-outs from Mrs.
Smith in homeroom, to Jack Blair
LYNN EGGER-leaves her all-purpose-mobile to the band-
aids. feeling confident that they will put it to good use
JANE FARIS-leaves her seat in Trig to her brother Ernie,
and her position in the marching band and on all the
committees to anyone who is willing to work hard
JORGE FERRER-leaves nothing-What's there to leave?
GAYLE FETTLER-leaves her eternal math problems to her
brother John. her good times with a gym teacher to
M,';;,. and Hiny. and her dirty "A" league socks and
shirt to Lynn Johnson
CATHY FITZSIMMONS-leaves her good times in CHS to
anyone who wants them. and her freckles to Gibby Hixon
RICK FONG-leaves his termite-eaten string bass to Eugene
Porter. and his time-consuming art work to Judy Fong
EDNA FORSYTHE-leaves all the fun she's had in CHS to
her brother Ed
JIM FROST-leaves his parking place in back of the school
to Robert Will
AMELIA GARCIA-leaves her dirty gym socks to Marianne
Field, and her ability to get Mrs. Fattorosi's attention to
HARRY GARZA leaves to anyone who has an imagination,
his cool jokes
MIMI GOGUEN-leaves to Darnell Will the memories and
laughs of history class and the good years of CHS, and
her homework is for Dave Albanese
WARREN GREGORY-leaves his abilities (?) in chemistry
to his sister Linda
RICHARD HAKANSON-leaves his "Silver Pidgeon" to any-
one who thinks he is man enough to drive it
ARLENE HANNI: RG-leaves the bench under the High
School wing to Jim Lansberry to sit on alone, and her
school spirit and fun at CHS to Jim and "her brother,"
SHARON HARVEY-leaves her General Business workbook
MIKE HERRING-leaves his ability to get into trouble to
Lynn Burleson. who doesn't need it
PATSY HOGAN-leaves CHS to Steve and Bruce Brown, if
they want it
HILDA HOTSK()-leaves the remains of Cristobal High to
her brother James Hotsko
JOHN HOTSKO) leaves his gym shoes to his brother James.
and his seat in the auditorium to Sam Arington
BLANCHE JONES leaves her classes lo Linda Loyde. and
to Margaret Irwin and Virginia Green, all the good
times they can have during their Senior year
TOM JORDAN-leaves his scars received from the "battle
of the Senior Year" to all underclassmen
JON JORSTAD-leaves his parking space behind the gym
to Robert 1II1
CAROLINA LEE-leaves her English classes and her car to
ALICE LINK-leaves the job of mopping gym lockers, and
writing themes, to Betty
k I% MALLORY-leaves to Rosy Donahue one used first aid
kit and a new sounding board for her Senior Year
II I Il MO\Tl VANI-leaves his unquestionable ability to
do U.S. History to Tim Herring, and his knack for lan-
guages to anyone crazy enough to take 4 languages in
their Senior Year
BONNIE M \1iQUARD-leaves her dirty gym socks to any
Junior girl who could stand wearing them
RUTH MASON-leaves her place as manager for "A" League
to next year's student assistant, her "taxi" to Rocky,
and her wonderful senior year to Betty Jane Reif
DON McCI I. OUGH-leaves his "Old Tiger" uniform to Les-
lie Highley, and his teeth to Leo Paulson
ANDREW M1 T/i,A R-leaves his man-eating reptiles to Jon
PANCHO MOTTA-leaves Coach Litton some peace and
quiet. also the "M" and "M" boys to two other persons
with last name beginning with "M", and co-captain of
the football team to Leo Paulson
MARY O'D(-ON I. L-leaves her seat in American Institu-
tions to her sister Kathy, and her job very regretfully
RAMON OTERO-leaves his two left feet to someone who is
to take his slot on the ROTC Staff. Also, he leaves his seat
in Mrs. Smith's room to whomever wants it
CATHY PAlikI It-leaves her dirty gym socks to her sister
Ann, and her ability to do math (?) to her brother
Jl 1)' PAUL()i\- leaves CHS and all the cheerleaders to
Leo Paulson and Jack Sanders
EDDIE PUGH-leaves his typewriter to Maria Kerly so she
can finish messing it up
MICHELE RAINIER-leaves her ability to eat to Pam Vache,
and her ability to get into trouble to Tim Herring
CATHY REDMAN leaves her school spirit to Mary Clement
I I iALD HIEFKOHL-leaves the school weights to anybody
who can lift them
Ji L. RIO S- leaves Tom Benero a milk pail
RA\li)NA RIOS--leaves all her headaches, hobbles, sleep-
less i,._hi. and inkless pens to her sister Georgia Rios
PAM ROIl 1 iTON-leaves "The Bomb" to Nancy Huldt-
quist and her blush to Bill Montgomery
SUE RH ,~I 1)E-lleaves her good times in her Senior Year to
anyone who wants them
FREI) RYAN-leaves the nickname "Peter" to Jack Sanders
MARILYN IOTH- leaves her position on the Homecoming
Court to Nancy Huldtquist, and Mrs. Condina to Eleonor
BOB SAN DEHRS-leaves happily and willingly
ZL'LRA SANTIAGO-leaves her trustworthy rifle to Joyce
ANA SANTOS-leaves the bench at the end of the building
to Johnny Cintron, and to Tony Santos her seat in Mr.
Gansen's room. "Good luck!"
WAYNE SEELEY-leaves his bottom locker to his sister so
she won't have to tip-toe to reach the top one
LONNIE SEYMOUR-leaves all the problems of this year's
seniors to the juniors. Have fun!
SUE SOYSTER-leaves her "car" to anyone with a big
LARRY STANFORD-leaves his parking space to anyone
who has a Caddy to park in it
MARGO STANLEY-leaves to her sisters, Norma and Lin-
da, the many opportunities which fill the halls of Cristo-
ball High School and which should be taken advantage
LINDA STOHRER-leaves her problems to Gibby, her moth-
er to all deserving underclassmen, and her wonderful
times at CHS to Eileen Ridge
MIKE SULLIVAN-leaves his track shoes to Marcel Meta-
mores, in -hope he'll break the record, and he leaves his
hard luck, his ability to raise general heck and the
Canal Zone, finally
GINGER THOMAS-leaves her ROTC sponsorship to Sue
ROBERT THOMSON-leaves all the good times in Panama
to Ernie and John
LITA TIGERT-leaves her ability as a driver to Joanne Wil-
der and all her problems to Joe Fernandez
DONNA VACHE-leaves her position as a majorette to Patty
Meeker and her sister Spamy Vache
CARMEN VALENCIA-leaves her brother, Papo, gladly and
RICH VALENZUELA-leaves his two left feet and raunchy
command voice to someone who takes his place as E
Company commander in ROTC, and also his seat in
Mr. Pfau's homeroom (yuk)
MARIA VAZQUEZ-leaves to Angel, CHS. He'll need it!
DIANNE VICK-leaves to those students transferring from
other schools to CHS for their senior year, the ability to
make friends and thoroughly enjoy the best school year
they will ever have
JOANNE WALKER-leaves her warm bench position in "B"
League Basketball to Joan DeLapp
DONNA WERTZ-leaves all the fun she's had in gym and
mopping up the wet floors to Eleonor Lewis, and all the
studying she had to do in Spanish 12 to any Junior
smart enough to take it
SUE WILFERD-leaves her one gym sock to Gibby Hixon
and a broken watch to Angel
VILMA WILLIAMS-leaves CHS to her children
CHRIS WRENN-leaves his football shoes to Les Highley
and CHS to his brother Keith
Goethal's Monument, Balboa
"The Future is something which ci cr \rn reaches
at the rate of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he
does, whoever he is."
C. S. LEWIS
Dave Albanese Chuck Amato
Class officers who lead in ordering our rings, planning our assembly and prom
are Betty Jane Reif, secretary; Tom Coffin, vice-president; Karen Hammond,
president; and Rosy Donahue, treasurer.
Becky Brenner Sue Brennan
John Biesche Jack Blair
Peter Butz Mary Clement Cris Clarke Johnny Cintron Chris Christiansen
Tom Coffin Karl Compton
Mike Davila Shirley Davis
Griselda De Leon
Fred Ghent Virginia Green Hollis Griffon
Teri Hand Karen Hammond Elmer Hamor Linda Hellmund
The Ir--. for creativity is si'.tin: satisfied by these art students-Juan Santos,
Karen Hlanmmond, Robert I ill and Sarah Dockray.
Pat Fue Marie Geel
Ernie Hobbs Nancy Huldtquist
Lou Hilzinger Richard Hull Candy Husband
Linda Loyd Bernard Mans
Margaret Martin Juanita Mason
Marcel Matamores Peter McBride
Priscila M,1I a.mn
Fred Nicolaisen Kathy O'Donnell
Inez Price Mary Pope
Betty Jane Reif
Ronnie Robinson Louise Russon
Ramona Santa Ana
Lynn Sawyer Beverly Schleiffer Shirley Shipman
Terry Tobin Mary Torstenson
Mark Troseth Princess Uli
Scott Spencer, Charles Pritham and Mary Pope relax during a band
Leslie Van Dyke
Jose Vasquez Veronica Walker Diana Whaler
John Baranick Delia La Santa
Linda Burza Cecilia Marcola
Wilbur Corcoran Reimundo Pacheco
William Diaz Kathy Stevenson
Harry Dockery Rosa Tschumy
Linda Hamilton James Webster
Marsha Hellmund Paul Williams
Esther Zimmerman Gail Yoder Jayne Yocum
One of the most talked about classes for Juniors is Chemistry.
Panama Canal Locomotive (mule)
"Our destiny exercises its influence over us even
ui h,,n. as yet. we have not learned its nature; it is
our future that lays down the law of our today."
ALEXANDERI II \RVEY
Officers: Jane Robertson, secretary-treasurer; Marty Pope, vice-
president; and William Hanley, president; lead tht sophomore
:,f. B 1.
Sylvia De Leon
Cheryl De Raps
Nan De Tore
Hank De Voll
Balboa, here we come!
Opening Day Brawl was a big fight as usual-
Paul Menge- :
Anne lri- ier '
but the Sophomores came out on top.
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Jack Wade Sanders
Joyce Van Dyke
Kelly Clark and other trombonists lead the marching band.
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An early engine of the Panama Railroad
"lf you do not think about the future, you cannot
Freshman class officers are Keith Wrenn, secretary-treasurer; Lenora
president; and Douglas Jones, vice-president.
De Sha Dade
Students prepare for book reports in Mr. Hopson's ninth grade English class.
Freshmen Sissy Hixon and Rene Ballou show the wear and tear of the Freshman-
The school approved brawl is confined to one afternoon.
It's lunch time! Freshmen putting away books are Ida Arocha, Kenneth Fields,
Dennis Huff and Betty Link.
Rollin De Frees
Carlos La Santa
Steve Gegg proves that it takes more than a sprained knee
to stop a fearless Tiger.
"Happiness is in action. and every power is in-
tended for action; human Im,,hlppi, .,<. therefore,
can only he complete as all the powers have their
full and legitimate play."
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Pancho Motta, Marilyn Roth, Chris Wrenn, Beverly Dreyer, Judy Johnson, Diane Asbury, Don McCullough, Orrin Clement, Larry Paulson, Sue
Soyster, Jon Jorstad, Judy Paulson.
Homecoming Queen and Court
On Saturday, November 7, 1964, the France Field Civil
Air Hanger was the scene of the annual Cristobal High
School Homecoming Dance. The ballroom was decorated by
the Girls Athletic Association and Chi Theta Sigma. The
color scheme for the dance was blue and gold.
Wally Brians announced the entrance of the queen and
her court in the following order:
Princess Sue Soyster, Lady of the Gardenias, Keeper of
the diamond, daughter of the sunset. She was escorted by
co-captain Orrin Clement, Prince of the Pass, Leader for
the defense, Chief of the Swivel hips, Pacifier of the Devils.
Princess Bev Dreyer, Marchioness of the roses, Keeper of
the Rubies, daughter of the evening. She was escorted by
Chris Wrenn, Lord of the Guards, Killer of the Defense,
Master of the Stumble-Bums, Chaser of the Pups.
Princess Marilyn Roth, Governess of the Orchids, Keeper
of the Topaz, daughter of the twinkling stars. She was
escorted by co-captain Pancho Motta, Knight of the Toes,
Backer of the Defense, Receiver of the Jump Pass, Tamer of
Princess Judy Paulson, Duchess of the Lilies, Keeper of
the Emerald, daughter of the moonlight. She was escorted
by Jon Jorstad, Squire of the Tackles, Destroyer of the Dive
Play, Defender of the Goal Line, Master of the Melon Heads.
Lady Judy Johnson, Keeper of the Dew Drops, Daughter
of the Moon. She was escorted by Squire Larry Paulson,
Prince of the Football Team, Keeper of the Queen's Crown.
Queen Diane the First, Mistress of the Flowers, Daughter
of the gems, Lady of the Night, Ruler of the Victorious
Tiger Realm. She was escorted by Don McCullough, King
of the Blocking Backs, Monarch of the Set Backs, Ruler of
the Fullback Pass, Protector of the Mouth Pieces.
After the procession, Don McCullough crowned Queen
Diane with a handsome rhinestone crown, the gift of the
senior class to Cristobal High School.
Music for the evening was furnished by The Sparklers
and a large group of students enjoyed the festive occasion.
Marilyn Roth escorted by Pancho Motta.
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Queen Diane Asbury escorted by Don McCullough.
Judy Paulson escorted by Jon Jorstad.
Beverly Dreyer escorted by Chris Wrenn.
Sue Soyster escorted by Orrin Clement.
Joanne Walker, Robert Sanders, Pamela Robertson, Pancho Motta, Marilyn Roth, Ricardo Fong, Amy Garcia, Ginger Thomas, Mr. Beck, Diane Asbury,
Don McCullough, Ruth Mason, Tom Jordan, Gayle Fettler, Orrin Clement, Sue Soyster, Jim Castagno, Judy Paulson, Ronald Riefkohl
Refreshment and joke time for Sally Smith, David Coffey, Ken
Fue, A. J. Metzgar. and Adele Burns.
Relaxing between dances are Sue Gabriel, Paul Menges, Rosalie
Hewitt, Chuck Amato.
Mr. Thompson directs "I Believe" during the Christmas Festival. Sandra Waszack sang "O Holy Night" during the Christmas
FRONT ROW: C. Gegg, E. Butz, S. Sawyer, M. Hellmnnd, L. Hellmund, B. Link, A. Parsons, M. Custodio. M. Kucikas. SECOND ROW: R. Ward, S.
Palumbo, V. Jordan, J. Robertson, A. Endara, S. Waszack, J. Whaler, R. Garza, A. Garcia, C. Husband, E. Forsythe. S. Smith, J. Seeley. THIRD ROW:
J. Oberholtzer, Mr. Thompson, G. Coleman. B. Flora, R. Blevins, H. Dockery, E. Caratachea, P. Butz.
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FRONT ROW: J. Hellmund, M. Torstenson, J. Spilling, R. Hewitt, M. Clement, V. Porter, B. Lasher, S. Meeker, C. DeRaps. SECOND ROW:
F. McIntyre, J. Morgan, A. Weiselogel, A. Benero, L. Barrows, R. Rice, B. Foster, G. Rice, B. Flora, B. Montgomery, C. Nieves, K. Bernstein,
P. Maedl, P. Hale. BACK ROW: F. Nicolaisen, M. O'Neal, A. Kingery, K. Clarke, Mr. Thompson, J. Acuff, T. Wally, J. Smith, S. Radel.
The orchestra plays to Mary Clement's rhythmic accompaniment.
James Hellmund, Sherian Meeker, Margaret O'Neal, Ricky Fong
are four of the outstanding orchestra students.
Our marching band put on an excellent performance at the Balboa Stadium the night of the Palm Bowl Game.
Kelly Clarke gives it all he's got dur-
ing an afternoon practice.
FRONT ROW: K. Bernstein, C. Nieves, J. Faris, L. Burza, D. Coffey, T. Baily, P. Maedl, P. Hale, M. Torstenson, B. Foster, A. Kingery, Mr. Thomp-
son, SECOND ROW: G. Snow, A. Ramirez, C. Torstenson, D. McClain, S. Marcola, L. Sullivan, G. Barrows, J. Meeker, M. Ward, L. Solloway. THIRD
ROW: L. Carlo, J. Gray, E. Forsythe, D. DeLapp, M. Ostrander. H. Jones, R. Ryals, L. Robinson, W. Graham, K. Field, D. Huff, E. Nicolaisen, B.
Flora, J. Burza, T. Wally. FOURTH ROW: J. Webster, S. Spencer, H. Spilling, P. Butz, K. Clarke, E. Porter, C. Watson, G. Pickenpaugh, F. Nicolai-
sen, J. Acuff, J. Smith, S. Radel. NOT PICTURED: V. Porter, C. Pritham, D. Garner, B. Lasher.
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The band is always on the alert at football
Judy Oberholtzer practices on the schools new Hammond organ.
"You need breath support dear hearts,
Mr. Thompson directs the Junior High
School Chorus as well as the high school
The Dixieland Band was organ-
ized by Bruce Flora. These boys
perform at school activities and
at school games. They are Clif-
ford Nieves, Kenneth Bernstein,
Mark Troseth, Craig Swicegood,
Kelly Clarke, and Bruce Flora.
Donna Wolfe, Kathy Pennington. Donna Vache, Mary Pope.
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Louise Russon and Diane Vick receive advice from Mr. Hopson while
Alex Guadalupe uses self-instruction.
Rosy Donahue, Nancy Huldtquist, and Andy Luna.look for a "lost"
edition of the Tradewind.
On your marks! Get set! Go!!! Typists Ramon Otero, Karen
Hammond, and Betty Jane Reif.
Cathy Parker is for it--Marilyn Roth is disgusted with it-Vivian Butler is unsure of it--Jorge Ferrer is happy with it-
doesn't know what to think about it-What do YOU think about the whole thing?
-and Ginger Thomas
Amy Garcia, Rudy Day, Pam Robertson, Janet Clute, and Sue
Wilferd and Maureen Charron always have work to do on
Lita Tigert, Miclele Rainier, Carmen Valencia and Mike Sullivan work to solve
some yearbook problems.
Janine Bedsworth and Betty Jane Reif are advertisers for the Popski
Company during the Junior assembly.
Janine Bedsuorth, Karen Hammond and Betty Jane Reif grace-
fully portray a ballet.
"Mother told i there would be days like this." A mob scene from the Junior assembly.
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On January 15th, Mr. Jack Vaughn, U.S. Ambassador to Panama. spoke to the student body of Cristobal High School. Pictured with Mr. Vaughn
are Pancho Motta and Mr. Beck.
Diane Asbury signs the register before National
Honor Society member Don McCullough.
The National Honor Society initiated elet'en new members on February 9, 1965. The initiates
were Carla Chambers, Vivian Butler. Jon Jorstad, Sue Wilferd, Nancy Largent. Nancy Huldt-
quist, Bill Montgomery. Mark Troseth. Mario Mlaffei, Margaret Martin and Christine
R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff
Cadet 1st Lt. Fred Linck, Cadet Captain Don McCullough, Cadet Major Larry Christoph, Honorary Cadet Major Diane Asbury, Cadet 2nd Lt. Ramon
Otero, Cadet Captain Chris Wrenn, Cadet 1st Lt. Richard Hakanson.
Cadre Color Guard
Sgt. C. M. Brewer, Capt. C. S. Merlino, M/Sgt. W. H. Gay.
Cpl. Ernest Hobbs, SFC Robert Thomson, PFC Dan Bridgeford, Sgt.
R.O.T.C. Drill Team
FOREGROUND: Drill Team Commander, Cadet 2nd Lt. Harry Dockery, Drill Team Sponsor, Cadet 2nd Lt. Sue Brennan.
Drill Team, in "V" formation, preparing to perform.
Hon. Cadet Major Diane Asbury, Cadet 1st Lt. Ginger Thomas,
Cadet 1st Lt. Sue Sovster, Cadet 2nd Lt. Sue Brennan.
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90 2nd Platoon. Platoon Leader, Cadet 2nd Lt. John Sullivan.
1st Platoon. Platoon Leader, Cadet 1st Lt. Joseph Fernandez.
Cadet 1st It. Elmer Hamer, 1st Lt. Ginger Thomas, Cadet Ist Lt. Richard Valenzuela,
Cadet PFC Luis Valencia. Cadet 1st Lt. .John Baranick.
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2nd Platoon. Platoon Leader, Cadet 2nd Lt. Leslie Van Dyke.
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R.O.T.C. Rifle Team
STANDING: Pvt. Leonard Huff, PFC Henry
Paul Washabaugh. KNEELING: Pvt. William
Reif, Pvt. Joe Morgan, Pvt. Charles Denany, PFC Kenneth Field.
Girls Rifle Team
KNEELING: Pal Gonzalez, Joyce Van Dyke, Jonnie Kelly, Dulce Bernard, Marcella Hilsinger, Jackie Denany, Darnel Will, Charlotte Lily.
STANDING: Carmen Valencia, Judy Oberholtzer, Sharon Harvey, Lenora Topp, Jane Bridgeford, Carol Beal, Geri Whaler, Joanne Wilder.
'The people who get on in this world are the people
who get up and look for the circumstances they
want, and if they can't find them, make them."
G. B. SHAW
Kenneth Bernstein, Orrin Clement, Diane Asbury, Don McCullough, Mark Troseth.
Mark Troseth Diane Asbury
Vice President Secretary
Orrin Clement Kenneth Bernstein
Treasurer Assistant Treasurer
tatives constitute the Student
Cabinet. They attend the S.A.
meetings, and inform their
homerooms on the activities
and ideas suggested. Each
member issues S.A. cards to
students in his homeroom.
SITTING: Don McCullough. Mark Troseth, Orrin Clement, Diane Asbury, Kenneth Bernstein, Mr. Pfan.
STANDING: Barbara Geddes, Darnell Will, Jack Sanders, Marilyn Roth, Monty Belanger, Carla Chambers,
Leo Paulson, Margaret Martin, Jane Yocunm, Judy Oberholtzer.
The Athletic Council is com-
posed of the homeroom alter-
nates. If the representative
cannot go to the meetings it
is the duty of the alternate to
take his place. These students
collect tickets and sell pro-
grams during athletic events.
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SITTING: Joyce Van Dyke, Louise Hixon, Mark Troseth, Kenneth Bernstein, Darnell Will, Beth Lewis,
STANDING: Mr. Gregg, Philip Owen, Fred Linck, Eric Ernest, Ronnie Riefkohl, Chuck Amato, Candy
Husband, Ann Parker, Renaldo Ng.
Mr. Pfau, sponsor of the S.A., discusses future plans with S.A. Presi
dent, Don McCullough.
Students support the S.A. in extracurricular activities.
Treasurer of S.A., Orrin Clement presents a check to Marilyn Roth,
editor of the Caribbean, for the yearbooks.
Students take part in the Brawl, an activity sponsored by the Student
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