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CARIBBEAN


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Coco Solo, Canal Zone


Volume 51





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Activities
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Sports
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CONTENTS


Advertising
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Student Life
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Clubs
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Faculty, Curriculum
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CHRISTINA BAAS
November 22, 1949
New York, New York
Chris, who has been a member of the Girls Drill Team for
three years also attended Girls State ... She has been active
in sports and was treasurer of her Junior Class. She was voted
Friendliest in the Hall of Fame. Chris belongs to the Future
Nurses Club. She plans to be a secretary.
PETER DENNIS BAAS
November 22, 1949
New York, New York
The cayuco race is one of Pete's main interests. He participated
in it in his freshman, junior, and senior years. He was a
member of the football team. Pete plans to attend college.
TED EDWARD BAILY
August 16, 1950
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Music is one of Ted's main interests. He was in the band for
four years and in chorus in his junior year. He has participated
in the Caribe Club for 3 years and Language Lab during his
junior year. His hobbies include skindiving and fishing.
RENEE TAVA BALLOU
March 29, 1950
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Renee, who is a lifeguard during her after school hours, has
been a member of the Future Nurses Club for four years. She
is active in sports and is the Sports Editor for the Tradewind.
Among other activities, she participated in the Junior Class
Assembly and the Powder Puff Game. She has worked as a
dental assistant, and plans to go into the field of dentistry.
GARY NEIL BARGER
January 11, 1950
Detroit, Michigan
Gary has been in CHS for only two years. Previously he
attended Algonac High School in Michigan where he represented
his ninth grade homeroom as an officer. As a senior, he
serves as a homeroom alternate. No future plans have been
drawn up as yet.
GLADYS L. BARROWS
October 23, 1949
Chiriqui, Republic of Panama
Gladys plans to become a missionary nurse. She has been a
member of the Future Nurses Club for four years and has
been a Pink Girl for three years. She has been in the band
since she was a freshman. An active member of the Spanish
Club, Gladys was elected Vice President. Reading and cooking
are among her interests.
LOUIS J. MONTAGUE BELANGER
November 20 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Monty, who is this year's S.A. Treasurer, has a special interest
in sports. He has been on the football team for four years
and was Co-captain in his senior year. He was chosen for the
All-Star Teams in his junior and senior years and this year
was on the All-Zone Team. Besides football, Monty has par-
ticipated in track and basketball. He has been active in the
Caribe Club since he was a freshman and has been in the
"C" Club for two years. He was initiated into N.H.S. in his
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Carol Ann Bell


CAROL ANN BELL
December 9, 1949
Ancon, Canal Zone
Carol has spent all twelve school years in Canal Zone Schools.
She was a member of the Future Nurses Club and became a
Pink Girl after her freshman year. She served on the make-up
committee for various plays during her freshman and sophomore
years.


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KAREN ANN BELL
March 12, 1950
New Orleans, Louisiana
Riding is one of Karen's main interests. She has been active
in volleyball and basketball intramurals and participated in
the Powder Puff Game. Class assemblies and working on the
Caribbean staff for two years has taken up some of her time.
She attended Girls' State. Karen plans to go to the University
of Arizona's school of agriculture.


DAVE CURTIS BELT
November 8, 1949
Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Dave has been with us for only 2 years and has been active
in football and been in the "C" Club. He has been on the
All-Star Team. While attending Fayetteville High School, he
was on the Student Council. Dave plans to attend San Antonio
College.



SENIORS TAKE OVER TRADITIONAL POSITIONS OF

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ROBERT BLEVINS
August 29, 1948
Colon, Republic of Panama
For four years Bob has attended CHS. Football and baseball
took some of his time this year. He was in R.O.T.C. during
his first three years in high school and received a rank of
sergeant. He hopes to get an apprenticeship or go to college
in the C.Z.
BARBARA SUE BLOOMBERG
February 14, 1950
Lafayette, Indiana
Barbara, a new student in CHS, was in the National Honor
Society, Mu Alpha Theta in Oklahoma and the Caribe Club.
Her interest in music has directed her to the position of Band
Secretary and Student Band Director. Before coming to the
Canal Zone, she was Playground Supervisor and Lifeguard in
Miami, Oklahoma. Her future ambition is to major in Biochem-
istry at Tulsa University.
ANGELA ELIZABETH BRENNAN
November 11, 1948
Panama, Republic of Panama
Angela has been attending CHS as well as Saint Mary's Academy
in Colon. After graduation she plans to study to become an
executive secretary.
JAMES M. BURGE
May 19, 1950
David, Republic of Panama
Jim has attended Canal Zone schools for 12 years. He has a
special interest in swimming and spends his spare time working
as a lifeguard at Coco Solo and Gatun pools. His future plans
are to attend college, possibly in the C.Z.
STEPHEN CALLAN BURGESS
September 25, 1949
Charleston, South Carolina
Steve has been active in baseball as a junior and senior. He
also played intramural basketball and was a cheerleader for
the Powder Puff Football Game. Steve was in R.O.T.C. for
two years.


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SUSAN HIRONS BURGESS
January 6, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Sue spent part of her time participating in after school sports.
She played basketball and volleyball intramurals throughout
high school and was a member of both "A" and "B" League
volleyball teams. She also played the position of halfback in
the Powder Puff football game.
SHARON LUCILLE BUSH
September 21, 1950 :..
Colon, Republic of Panama
Sharon has been active as a member of the Caribe Club and
the Future Nurses Club along with being Assistant Editor of
the Tradewind. She participated in volleyball and badminton
intramurals and attended Girls State as a junior. Sharon also
worked as an usher at Margarita Theatre.
ROSARIO AURORA BUTLER LARA
April 25, 1950
Coloo, Republic of Panama
Rosie is one of the most active students in CHS. She was a
member of the Caribe Club and the French Club for three
years, being president for two years; vice president of the
Dramatics Club; secretary of the Future Nurses Club and a Sharon Lucille Bush
member ofi Torrid Zone Wizards for two years. She came to
CHS from St. Mary's Academy in Colon where she worked
with the decorations for many of the formals. Rosie attended
Girls State as a junior where she received an Americanism
award.

ESTHER LENOR BUTZ
February 3, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Esther, who has a special interest in art, hopes to become a
book illustrator. She has been in the Art Club for two years.
As a junior, she served as vice president of the club. She
participated in Sports Day and played the position of left end
in the Powder Puff football game. She attended Girls State as
a junior.
JAMES P. CARLSON
September 30, 1950
Ft. Bragg, North Carolina
Jim has been in CHS for three years. Previously, he attended
California High School in Ft. Ord, California and Carrol High
School in Ozark, Alabama. He was active in ROTC and served
as a guidon bearer. He has been on the tennis team for two .
years and this year was captain of the senior cheerleaders for
the Powder Puff football game. As a senior, Jim also served
as a homeroom representative.


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ALEXANDER CHONG
November 28, 1948
Colon, Republic of Panama
Alex has been very active in the clubs of CHS. He has been
a member of the Caribe Club for the French Club for three
years. He served as vice president of the French Club. As a
$ junior, he was initiated into the National Honor Society where
She is now serving as president. He also served on the Safety
Club. Alex plans to go to Lehigh University.

JUAN ANGEL CINTRON
March 20, 1949
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Juan came to CHS from Saint Mary's School in Phoenixville,
Pennsylvania. He was vice-president of the Spanish Club. He
was also active in the French Club and the Caribe Club. Juan
has an interest in medicine and he plans to study it and become
an Army officer.

Alexander Chong Juan Angel Cintron CATHY ANN CLARK
June 19 1949
Indianapolis, Indiana
Cathy came to CHS from Kennedy High School in Buena Park,
California. She came early in her junior year. Her future plans
include returning to California and working.

MICHAEL JOSEPH CLARK
August 10, 1950
Indianapolis, Indiana
Mike has attended Canal Zone schools for two years. Previously,
he attended high school in Buena Park, California. His special
interest in swimming has led him to the position of lifeguard
at Shimmy beach. Mike plans to attend the Air Force Academy.
DENISE MARIE COLEMAN
February 6, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Sports are one of Denise's main interests. She has participated
in volleyball and basketball intramurals throughout high school.
As a senior, she was a member of the Powder Puff Football
Team and was on the Homecoming Court. She was in the
Junior Class Assembly and she attended Girls' State. Denise
plans to study to become an airline stewardess.




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IN TEAM SPIRIT, PARTICIPATION


VAN ALBERT COURT III
December 1, 1948
Corpus Christi, Texas
Bubba came to CHS late in his junior year from Galveston,
Texas, where he attended Ball High School. He became a mem-
ber of the football team as a senior and has been a member
of the baseball team for two years. No future plans have
been drawn up as yet.
DeSHA DADE
August 3, 1950
Mobile, Alabama
Sha has been attending Canal Zone schools for nine years. She
has been a member of the Caribe Club for three years, and
was in the Future Nurses. She attended Girls' State. Future
plans are for college at Louisiana State University.
FRED DeJESUS
November 11, 1949
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Fred came to CHS from Mannheim Germany in Ilth grade.
All sports are of interest to him and he has been a member of
the baseball team for two years. As a senior, he played on
the football team. He was also a Cheerleader for the Powder
Puff Football Game. Fred plans to continue his education at
the University of Florida.
KENNETH VINCENT FIELD
August 4, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Kenrhas been a member of ROTC throughout high school. He
was on the rifle team for three years and is now a platoon
leader. Flying is of special interest to Ken and he intends to
pursue this interest further.
CRAIG RANDOLPH FIRTH
March 21, 1950
Newport News, Virginia
Being class president in his freshman and senior years has
taken up much of Craig's time. He was very active as a senior
with a part in a Thespian play, Christmas Formal Committee
Chairman, and being a cheerleader for the Powder Puff Football
Game. He was in ROTC for three years and as a junior, he was
Color Guard Commander. Craig was also in the "21" Club and
was a member of the swimming and football teams for two
years.


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CARDS AND ANNOUNCE-


RAQUEL FLORES
December 23, 1948

Raquel has been very active in the Spanish Club for the last two years
She has been both secretary and treasurer of the club. She was also a mem-
ber of the Pan American Club and has participated in volleyball and
tennis intromurals. The Powder Puff Football game was another of
Raquel's after school activities. She hopes to attend college to study
business administration.

BARBARA EILEEN GEDDES
October 20, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Barbara has been a member of the Future Nurses Club throughout high
rk and was a Pink Girl for two years. She was a majorette for two years
and on Girls' Drill Team for one. Intramural sports has taken up some
of Barbara's time and she was a homeroom representative for two years.
She was chairman of the Junior Senior Banquet, and attended Girls
State. As a senior, Barbara worked very hard as a member of the
Caribbean staff.

WILLIAM RICHARD GEDDES
January 19, 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Bill, who has a special interest in golf and fishing, has attended Canal
Zone schools for 12 years. At one time he had a paper route in Gatun.
Raquel Flores Last summer he worked on the 'USS Connecticut" which took him to
Alaska, Japan, and many other parts of the world. After graduation, Bill
plans to enter the Merchant Marines.

KATHERINE ANNE GEGG
April 30, 1948

Kathy spends a good part of her time participating in club activities. She
is a member of the French Club, the Glee Club, and the Future Nurses
Club, and has been a clinic worker. After graduation, Kathy plans to
become a nurse and work with children.

STEPHEN ROBERT GEGG
October 24, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Steve is a very active student in CHS. He has been manager of football,
track, baseball, and basketball teams. He participated in class assemblies
and was a member of the Caribe Club, "21"' Club, French Club and Torrid
Zone Wizards. He is a member of the National Honor Society and this
year held the high position of S.A. President. Outside of school, Steve
works as a student assistant in the gym.

NANCI NELL GERCICH
,,r March 15, 1950
Lynwood, California
SNanci has been in Canal Zone schools all of her life, except in her junior
year which she spent at Florida High in Tallahassee, Florida. She has
been active in the Coribe Club, Future Nurses Club and a member
of the Caribbean Staff. She worked on a Thespian play and participated
in intramurals throughout hgh school. Next year Nanci plans to attend
a university in southern California.


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LUIS V. GORDON
May 30, 1948
Colon, Republic of Panama
A local boy. Luis come to CHS from San Jose High School in Colon. He
has been very active in basketball and a member of the "C" Club through-
out high school. He is also a member of the Spanish Club. Luis hopes
to either study to be a Spanish teacher or go into the Merchant Marines.
WILLIAM HENRY GRAHAM
April 9, 1950
Waterloo, Iowa
Track, basketball, and football have taken up a great deal of Will's after
school time. His school time is taken up by the "21" Club, "C" Club, and
Thespians. He is Sec.-Treas. of the "21" Club, Secretary of the "C"
Club. and Battalion Commander. After high school, Will plans to attend
college.
PATRICIA MARY GREENE
February 13, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Pat, who has attended Canal Zone schools throughout high school, spent
part of her senior year in Tallahassee, Florida, going to University School.
While in CHS, she was active in the Future Nurses Club and Pink Girls.
As a junior, Pat participated in the class assembly and attended Girls
State. She was a member of the Prom Committee and the Homecoming
Committee. She has been very active in basketball and volleyball intra-
murals for three years. Pat plans to study nursing at Northeastern Uni-
versity in Mass. after graduation.
LOUIS PHILIP HAKANSON
July 23, 1949
Brooklyn, New York
Lou went from manager to pitcher in baseball. He is also in the "C"
Club and was in ROTC during his junior year. He was homeroom alternate
and now holds the job of Lifeguard. Lou plans to attend college after
graduation.
PEGGY ANNE HALE
October 19, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
During Peggy's high school days she has kept busy in and out of school.
She has participated in Class Assemblies, Sports Day, a Thespian play, in-
tramurals and the Powder Puff game. Peg was captain of the "A" League
basketball team and has also been on the "A" League volleyball team,
dance committees and the Tradewind and Caribbean staff. She is vice
president of G.A.A. She served as the commander of the Girls' Drill Team
and a homeroom representative. She enjoys water skiing and sewing
in her spare time. Peggy attended Girls State and now plans to attend
college. She was also a member of the National Honor Society.
FAYE ELLEN HALLBURG
August 24, 1950
Janesville, Wisconsin
Foye is a new student this year. Previously, she attended Balboa High
School and before she went to Central Kitsap High School in Silverdale,
Washington and North Kitsap High School in Poulsbo, Washington.
She is a member of the Tradewind Staff and participated in volleyball
intramurals. Foye plans to go to college and then work.
MARCELA ELENA HILZINGER
February 6, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Marcela is a very active student. For four years, she has been a member
of Future Nurses Club, Caribe Club, and Torrid Zone Wizards. She is
also a member of the Language Lab Club, Athletic C6uncil, Dramatics
Club, G.A.A., Pink Girls, and she is editor of the Tradewind. She is
active in sports and has been on the "A" League volleyball and bas-
ketball teams and has participated in various intramural sports. She
has been a member of the Notional Honor Society since she was a junior
and she attended Girls State. Marcela hopes to attend college and
major in nursing.


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LOUISE H. HIXON
May 26, 1950
Mobile, Alabama
This being her ninth year in Canal Zone schools, Sissy has par.
ticipated In the Future Nurses Club, Pink Girls, Girls Drill Team,
and the Powder Puff Football Game. She attended Girls State
In her junior year and was on the Caribbean staff in her
senior year. Sissy has held the lob of lifeguard at Coco Solo
and Margarita Pools. Her future plans are to attend a sec-
retarial school.
JAMES ALLEN HOLCOMB
March 8, 1950
Freeport, New York
Jim is new to CHS. Previously, he attended St. Louis High
School In Honolulu, Hawaii; Seaside High School In Monterey,
California; and Farmingdale High School in Farmingdale, New
York. He has a special Ia-iarest In music, sports, and sailing.
After graduation Jim hopeI to go to college and then enter
the Navy.
CAROLYN SUE HOLLOWAY
September 25, 1949
McPherson, Kansas
Sue came to CHS as a junior. Before coming to the Canal Zone,
she attended high schools in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, St. Blaise/
Neuchatel, Switzerland, and in Westminster, California. She
has been active in the French Club and Intramurals. Along
with being in the Powder Puff Football Game, she Is a member
of the Caribbean staff, and has served as a homeroom rep-
resentative. She has worked on various dance committees.
Sue plans to go to Canal Zone College.
LINDA ANN HOOD
October 14, 1950
Columbia, South Carolina
Linda has been an active member of ROTC for two years as
Drill Team Sponsor and as Battalion Sponsor. As a sophomore,
she served as class secretary-treasurer. She was a homeroom
representative the next year and this year she is secretary of the
Student Association. Linda has been active in the French Club,
intramurals, and was a member of the Powder Puff Football
Team. She was a Sadie Hawkins Princess, and was on the
Homecoming Court. Linda plans to go to Worth Business College
in North CaroliAa.
DENNIS REX HUFF
F-brur, 21 1950
Colon, republ : of Panama
Dennis has been attending Canal Zone schools for twelve years.
He has been very active in the ROTC program, participating for
four years. He was Drill Team Commander in his junior
year and "F" Company Commander In his senior year. He has
served as a homeroom representative and a homeroom alter-
nate. He plans to go to college.


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COLLEEN HUSON
December 25, 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Colleen has been active in the Caribe Club for three years,
tutoring and teaching on Student Teachers' Day. She has a
special interest In Biology and collecting insects, and has been
a member of Torrid Zone Wizards. Colleen has also been
a member of the Art Club for two years, and served as
president. Colleen attended Girls State as a junior, and holds
the position of secretary of her church.
NELSON LUIS IZQUIERDO JR.
August 22, 1950
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Nelson came to CHS in his junior year. With a special interest
in sports and instrumental music, he was on the football team
and a member of the band. Before coming to CHS, Nelson
attended Fayettville High School in North Carolina, and An-
tilles High School in Puerto Rico. He hopes to attend college
after graduation.

STEVE GEORGE JACKSON
October 17, 1949
Winston Salem, North Carolina
Steve's special interests include fishing and motorcycle racing.
He enjoys doing both of these In his spare time. After gradu-
ation, Steve hopes to receive a Pan Canal apprenticeship as an
electrician.
DOUGLAS M. JONES
April 21, 1950
Salt Lake City, Utah
Doug, who has been a member of the Dramatics Club and
Thespians for three years, is now president of the Thespians.
He has been in ROTC and participated in Class Assemblies for
two years. In his freshman year he was vice-president of
his class. He has held an after school job as a lifeguard at
Coco Solo and Margarita pools. His future plans include at-
tending college.
MAYRA E. JOVA
June 2, 1949
Manhattan, New York
Before coming to CHS, Mayra attended Woodrow Wilson High
School in California. In CHS, she has been active in the Spanish
Club and Drama Club and participated in the Powder Puff
Football Game. Riding horses and dancing are some of her
special interests. She plans to attend college in the future.


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NORA MARGARET KIRKLAND
January 11, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Nora is one of CHS's sports minded seniors. She has participated in
Sports Day for three years and basketball intramurals throughout high
school. As a sophomore, she was on the "B" League Volleyball Team, and
has been on the "A" League Volleyball Team for two years. Nora was
in the Powder Puff Football Game in her senior year and was on a
champion badminton team. She was in the Junior Class Assembly and
has a special interest in drawing cartoons. She plans to attend college,
and hopes to teach elementary school in the future.

NICHOLAS ALEXANDER KLASOVSKY
SAugust 17, 1950
/ .. Cristobal, Canal Zone
Born in Cristobal, Nick had his 12 years of education in Canal Zone
schools. He enjoys outdoor sports such as skindiving, fishing, and hunting.
He also has a special interest in motorcycles. Nick's future is still un-
decided. After graduation, he will either enter college, a trade school,
or enter the service.

MARTHA ANN KNIGHT
January 16, 1944
Marshall, Texas
Martha has attended CHS for one and a half years. She came in her
junior year and graduated after the first semester of her senior
year. Previously, Martha attended high school in La Marque, Texas.
Michael C. Kredell She enjoys gardening and gourmet cooking for her husband.
MICHAEL C. KREDELL
July 11, 1950
Portsmouth, Virginia
Mike, who has been in Canal Zone schools since Kindergarten, has a
special interest in track. As a junior, he was on the CHS team, participating
in the 880 yard dash. He was also a member 6f the track team in his
senior year. Upon graduation from CHS, Mike hopes to attend college.

CARMEN ELIZABETH KRESCH
August 8, 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Liz has been attending CHS for three years. In her freshman year she
went to St. Mary's Academy in Colon. She participated in volleyball
intramurals and played the position of End in the Powder Puff Football
^t w Game. Being Spanish speaking, Liz become a member of the Spanisll
Club. As a junior, she participated in the class assembly and attended
S, Girls State as an observer. She hopes to continue her education at Canal
Zone College.

ELIZABETH DEAN LASHER
June 19, 1950
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Betsey's special interests are science, music, and swimming. She has
been a member of the Future Nurses Club, Pink Girls, and hopes to be-
S'j come a nurse in the future. She was a band officer in her senior year.
She participated in Sports Day and was a member of the Language Lab
Club. Her interest in swimming has helped her obtain a job at Gatun
pool, where she is presently employed as a lifeguard. Betsey attended
1, i Girls State in her junior year.


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VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES

STEPHEN E. LAURIE
June 10, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Steve has been very active in the CHS sports program. He lettered in
football in his senior year. He was also active in basketball, track, and
baseball. Steve has been a member of the Golf Club and the "21" Club.
After graduation from high school, Steve plans to attend college.

DAVID LEE
July 31, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
David, who has a special interest in photography and art, is the Pho-
tography and Sports Editor of the Caribbean. He has been a member
of the Coribe Club and the French Club throughout his high school years.
As a senior, he served as Historian of the French Club. In addition
to this, David played basketball as a junior and was on the football team
in his senior year. He assisted various dance committees with his
art work. David plans to continue his education with the study of
medicine.
LINDA LEE LEON
February 14, 1949
Honesdale, Pennsylvania
Linda has been at CHS since her sophomore year. She attended Girls
Stale, and was her Junior Class Secretary and Homeroom Representative.
Linda has been at CHS since her sophomore year. She attended Girls
was a Princess on the 1966 Homecoming Court. She now lives in Colon
with her husband and baby, Stephanie. Elizabeth Ann Lewis

ELIZABETH ANN LEWIS
May 4, 1950
Brunswick, Georgia
Beth spent part of her time participating in after school sports. She has
been a member of G A.A. for four years and has been on both the "A"
and B" '-eague volleyball and basketball teams. She was active on
the Girls Drill Team as a sophomore and this year she was co-capt. of
the Powder Puff Football Team. Beth was in the Future Nurses Club,
Pink Girls, and the Safety Club. As a senior, she was an ROTC sponsor
for "F" Company, was on the Homecoming Court, and served as Treasurer
of her class. Beth hopes to become an airline hostess.
BETTY MARY LINK
February 14, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama '
Betty has been in Canal Zone schools since kindergarten. She has been
active in volleyball and badminton intramurals. In her senior year,
she played the position of guard in the Powder Puff Football Game. Betty
worked on the staff of the Trodewind. After graduation she plans to
attend Canal Zone College. t/

TERESA MARIA LUBRANO / "
July 21, 1950
Brooklyn, New York
Teresa is new at CHS. At a previous school, Bishop Raymond A. Kearney
High School in Brooklyn, New York, she applied her interest in science
in the Science Club for three years. She was also on the Student Activity
Council, being Cultural Chairman in her sophomore year. Teresa enjoys
bullfights, traveling, sewing, and painting. She plans to attend Canal
Zone College and then work.


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Patrick Alan Manche


Maria Rosanna Marks


"WINTER WONDERLAND'




PATRICK ALAN MANCHE
April 3, 1950
Chicago, Illinois
Before coming to CHS, Pat attended school at Beaufort, South
Carolina, and Balboa. He enjoys music and has held the job
of a musician. He was a staff member in the ROTC. Pat's
future plans are to join one of the armed services.
MARIA ROSANNA MARKS
June 3, 1950
St. Petersburg, Florida
Maria attended Burges High School and Irvin High School, both
in El Paso, Texas, before coming to CHS. Although she has
only been here since April of 1967, she has worked on the
Tradewind and Caribbean staffs. She has received an Art and
Drama Award and has held the jobs of a veterinarian's as-
sistant and carhop. Maria plans to attend college, but not
immediately after graduation.
NEIL S. MAXWELL
November 16, 1950
New York City, New York
Neil has been very active in track for two years. He became
a "C" Club member in his senior year. He was crowned Queen
Cornelius of the Powder Puff Football Game for the Senior
Class. He has been on the ROTC Drill Team and Color Guard. He
plans to attend college after graduation.
JOAN McCULLOUGH
October 20, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Joan has been very active in the sports program at CHS. She
has been in G.A.A., A and B League volleyball and basketball,
Sports Day, the Powder Puff Football Game, and Girls Drill
Team. In her senior year, Joan was a cheerleader. She also
was in Girls State, Future Nurses Club, and Pink Girls. Her
special interests are riding horses and going to the beach. She
plans to attend college in the future.
FRANCISCO LEOPOLD MclNTYRE
March 7, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Frank has been in Orchestra and ROTC the four years he has
attended CHS. He has held the job of a salesman in the
Free Zone. Frank enjoys music and art. He worked on several
dance committees. His future plans have not yet been decided.
THOMAS R. McLEAN
March 10, 1950
New York City, New York
Tom has been an active participant in the clubs at CHS. He has
been in the "C" Club, 21 Club, Thespians, and the Knights of
Columbus. He has been on the baseball, track, football, and
basketball teams. Tom was a Powder Puff Football Cheer-
leader. He plays a good game of golf. He plans to become a
Nuclear Physicist in the future.
Neil S. Maxwell


Francisco Leopold Mclntyre


Thomas R. McLean


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PRESENTED BY SENIORS


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JOSEPH DANIEL MORGAN
April 6, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Joe has been an active member of the Spanish Club, Caribe Club, Lan-
guage Lab, and the Rifle Team. He has been an usher guard, an as-
sistant commander of the ROTC Drill Team, and "E" Company Com-
mander. Joe has been president of the Spanish Club. He enjoys dancing
and playing the violin in the Orchestra. His future plans include a
military career after college.
PETER DAVID MORLAND
May 2, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
In addition to participating on the football and track teams, Pete was
the manager of the Senior Team of the Powder Puff Football Game. He has
been a member of the "21" Club and participated in the pony league
and Cayuco races. Pete has held the job of a cruise director and he
plans to attend college after graduation.
CLIFFORD JOHN NIEVES
December 9, 1949
Ancon, Canal Zone
Clifford has participated in the music department at CHS. He has been
in Band, Orchestra, and the Dixieland Band. He has also been in Thes-
pians and Language Lab. Clifford received the National Choral Award in
his junior year and he has been a Bond Officer for the past three years.
His future plan is to become a music director.
JUDY ANN OBERHOLTZER
January 28, 1950
Endicott, New York
Judy has been an active participant in CHS activities. During her senior
year, she was Vice-President of the Thespians, Treasurer of GAA, Home-
room Alternate, and Co-Editor of the Caribbean. She organized the
Powder Puff Football Game, She was President of her sophomore class,
Historian of the Future Nurses Club and Homeroom Representative. Judy
organized the Girls' Drill Team and served as Assistant Commander, Com-
mander, and Executive Manager. She directed the Freshman Assembly
and participated in Pink Girls, Caribe Club, Torrid Zone Wizards, Safety
Club, Intramurals and various dance committees. She was chairman of
the Homecoming. Judy has been Chorus Accompanist and organist at school
assemblies and weddings. She was elected Governor of Girls State and
sent to Washington, D.C. as a senator. There she was appointed Secretary
of the Navy. She will attend Niagara University and major in Nursing.
MIGUEL OTERO
May 8, 1949
San Turce, Puerto Rico
Miguel has been on the track team in his freshman and senior years.
He come to CHS from Waynesville High School in Missouri and has par-
ticipated in the ROTC program. Miguel plans to enlist in the Air Force
in the future.
AIDA PADILLA
May 14, 1950
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
Aidd has been an active member of the Future Nurse's Club, Spanish
Club, and Language Lab. She was elected treasurer of the Spanish
Club. Aida attended Antillies High School in Puerto Rico, and Fitch
High School in Fort Ord, California. Her future plan is to pursue a
career as a secretary.


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Clifford John Nieves


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Miguel Otero


Aida Padilla


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Ann Cecilia Parker


Mark Andrew Paulson


William Thomas Price


Andrew Pritham


SENIORS SHOW ACTING ABILITY

ANN CECILIA PARKER
January 3, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Ann became a member of the G.A.A. in her senior year and
has participated in intramurals and Sports Day. She was a
member of "A" and "B" League volleyball for four years.
As a senior, she was on the "A" League basketball team. Ann
has served on dance committees and worked with the Powder
Puff Football Team and class assemblies. She attended Girls
State and now plans to attend college. Ann works at the
Margarita pool as a lifeguard.
MARK ANDREW PAULSON
June 16, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Mark has been attending Canal Zone schools for twelve years.
He has been in the "C" Club for the past two years and was
elected treasurer in his senior year. Mark participated on
the swimming team in his first three years of high school and
was on the football team in his junior and senior years. His
future plans are still undecided.
WILLIAM THOMAS PRICE
May 12, 1949
Cristobal, Canal Zone
Besides fishing and hunting, Bill enjoys fixing motorcycles in
his spare time. Working for the North American Van Lines
has taken a lot of his time. After graduation, Bill would like
to join the Navy or enter a trade school.
ANDREW PRITHAM
June 27, 1950
Cristobal, Canal Zone
Andy has been a member of the Cristobal High School ROTC
program for two years. Andy enjoys hunting and fishing a
great deal in his spare time. Upon graduation in May, Andy
would like to attend college in the states.
STEPHEN GEORGE RADEL
July 31, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Steve was a member of the Cristobal High School band in his
freshman and sophomore years; was in track in his freshman
year and swimming in his freshman, sophomore and senior
years. In his spare time, Steve enjoys motorcycles. His future
plans include going to college in San Antonio, Texas.
DAVID BRUCE RAINEY
August 9, 1950
Ft. Bragg, North Carolina
Bruce has been a member of the "C" Club for two years and
was active in the junior assembly. He was also a cheerleader
in the Powder Puff Football Game in his senior year. Bruce
has been on a football team all through high school. He has
held the honor of 2nd Lt. in ROTC. He came to CHS as a
junior. Previously, Bruce attended Balboa High School and
Westside High School in Omaha, Nebraska.


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Denise Rainier


Betty Jean Reddin


William Patrick Reif


IN THESPIAN PRODUCTIONS

DENISE RAINIER
August 23, 1950
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Participating in basketball and volleyball intramurals has
taken a lot of Chi-Chi's time. She has been a member of the
Future Nurses Club, was an original member of the Girls
Drill Team, and a member of the Safety Club. She has been
active in all class activities. In her senior year, Chi-Chi was
a homeroom alternate and was chosen as Jamboree Queen.
Upon graduation, Chi-Chi would like to go to college or to a
business school.
BETTY JEAN REDDIN
February 28, 1950
New Lexington, Ohio
Before coming to CHS, Btty attended Fayetteville Senior High
School in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She was a member of
Future Nurses Club in her junior and senior years and a
member of Pink Girls. Betty enjoys cooking, sewing and trav-
eling. Betty's future plans are to go to Canal Zone College
for a year.
WILLIAM PATRICK REIF
February 3, 1950
Cincinnati, Ohio
Bill has been an active member of ROTC through all his high
school years and is also a member of the Boys Drill Team. He
enjoys hunting. Next year Bill plans to attend Canal Zone
College.
BRUNILDA REYES
June 22, 1950
Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Brunilda is a new student this year. Before coming to CHS,
she attended Dentsville High School in South Carolina. She
has had a job working in a laundry and cleaners. Brunilda
was a member of a Spanish Club and in her freshman year she
was also the reporter of the club. Among many other things,
Brunilda enjoys jazz and pop music, horseback riding, swim-
ming and dancing. She plans to attend a Commercial Secre-
tarial College or to become an airline hostess.
ROSA LYDIA REYES
November 22, 1949
Caquas. Puerto Rico
Rosa attended Augsburg High School in Germany before
coming to CHS. She enjoys sports and has been active in
volleyball, basketball and the Powder Puff Football Game. Rosa
has worked in a nursery school and after graduating, she
plans to become a beautician.
LOIS ANN RICHMOND
September 9, 1949
Ancon, Canal Zone
Lois has always had an interest in art and after graduating
would like to go to Canal Zone College for a year or two and
then go to an art school. Lois enjoys sports very much. Other
than CHS, she has attended Harrison Central High School in
Gulfport, Mississippi.


Brunilda Reyes


Rosa Lydia Reyes


Lois Ann Richmond








SENIOR BANQUET PRESENTED


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RONALD TURNER ROBSON
July 25, 1950
Miami, Florida
Hot rods, and sports cars are Ronald's special interests and upon grad.
nation, Ronald would like to become an electrical engineer. Before com-
ing to CHS, he attended school in Hawaii and worked as a salesman
at a lumber yard. He is a member of the Boys Drill Team.

EMELINA ESTHER RODRIGUEZ
August 12, 1948
Panama, Republic of Panama
Emelina was on active participant in the Powder Puff Football Game in
her senior year. She has played in volleyball intramurals and finds it a
special sport. Emelina was a member of the Spanish Club in her junior
and senior years. Upon graduation Emelina hopes to attend a Business
College or Canal Zone College.

HANNA REBECCA ROWLEY
March 19, 1950
Whitesville, West Virginia
All through high school Hanna has been very active in intramural sports
and Sports Day. She made "B" League volleyball in her sophomore year.
"A" League basketball in her junior year and 'A" League basketball
in her senior year. Hanna was an outstanding player in the Powder Puff
Football Game in her senior year. Other than being interested in sports,
she enjoys painting and reading Upon graduation, Hanna would like
to go to a nursing school.

GARY LEE SALTZ
June 17, 1950
Columbus, Ohio
Grave digging, working in a restaurant and driving tractors for a state
fair are jobs Gary has held. Gary is a member of the Dramatics Club
and ROTC. He lettered in tennis in his junior year. Before coming to
the Canal Zone, Gary attended Washington High School in Ohio. After
graduation he would like to go to college and then enlist in the Navy.

SYDNEY JOSE SASSO JR.
October 8, 1948
Panama, Republic of Panama
Before coming to CHS, the Pan American Club, Spanish Club, French
Club, Art Club and Interact Club took a lot of Sydney's time. He got
an award from the Spanish Teaching Program and was Vice President of
both the Art Club and the Voice of Spanish Club. Sydney enjoys collecting
stamps and coins. After graduating from CHS, Sydney would either like
to study in Panama, go to Spain to study Political Science.

SUSAN ALICE SAWYER
August 2, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Being a member of the Cast of And Then There Were None and Inherit
the Wind, a member of the Coribe Club, a member of the Future Nurses
Club and Pink Girls, a member of the Dramatics Club, and on original
member of the Girls Drill Team has taken a lot of Sue's time. In her
senior year. Sue became a member of the National Honor C: :. was
named co-editor of the Caribbean, and Assistant Commander .I i.- Girls
Drill Team, received the NMSQT letter of commendation, held the class
office of secretary and become a member of the Thespian Society. She
has been an active member in all class assemblies She attended Girls
State and plans to go to college in the fall.


Gary Lee Saltz


Hanna Rebecca Rowley


Sydney Jose Sasso Jr.


Susan Alice Sawyer


Emelina Esther Rodriguez








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MARVIN ROBERT SCHULTZ
February 9, 1950
Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi
Buddy has been a member of the "C" Club in his junior and senior years.
He has been active in football, baseball, .:.r.' i:. rl track. Buddy's
special interests are surfing and all water p...r '1:. coming to the
Canal Zone, he attended Fraszer High School in South Dakota. After
graduating. Buddy would like to go to college or join the army.

a ,DALE LESLIE SCOTT
December 6, 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Dale has had many outstanding honors in her high school years. Her
athletic activities include captain of the cheerleading squad, of which
she was a member for three years, "B" League in basketball and volley-
-'- ball, "A" League in volleyball, and a member of G A.A. She was elected
S.A. vice president for her junior year and homeroom representative for
three years. She was also elected vice president of her sophomore class
and has been a member of man, clubs: Caribe Club, Future Nurses
Club and Pink Girls. At the 1967 Caribbean Girls State, Dole was elected
Lt. Governor As a senior, Dale was a member of the Homecoming Court.
SHer future plans are to attend college and major in business odministra-
tlon.

MARVIN RAY SCOTT
February 27, 1951
Fort Worth, Texas
Marvin has been active in track, baseball and swimming in his junior and
1 R h| dSm senior years. He participated in the junior class assembly and had major
Randall RIhard Smith Sylvia Sue Smith roles in both Thespian plays in his senior year. In his spare time,
Marvin enjoys f '. -. and golfing. After graduation in May, he would
like to attend : .ii -:

RANDALL RICHARD SMITH
May 15, 1950
Panama, Republic of Panama
Randy has been attending Canal Zone schools for twelve years. He enjoys
hunting in his spare time and on weekends. He worked on table decora-
tions for the Christmas Forma; in his senior year. Randy's future plans
have not been decided as yet.

SYLVIA SUE SMITH
May 16, 1950
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Sylvia has worked on the Tradewind Staff as a typist and reporter.
Before coming to CHS in her junior year, she attended Butler High
School in Augusta, Georgia. She attended Girls State in her junior year.
Sylvia enjoys swimming, playing volleyball, and has a special interest
in music. After grodiotion, she would like to attend college.

JOHN GILBERT SOLLAS
May 27, 1950
San Jose, Costa Rice
John's special interest is in Hi Fi and Stereo as well as collecting records.
After graduation, he would like to specialize as a recording engineer.
John has held jobs at the Motto International and Peskard International
of the Free Zone He has been a member of the Spanish Club for two
years and in the high school chorus


John Gilbert Sollas








MAY ARRIVES; COMMENCE




NORMAN SPECTOR
January 19, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone
Norm has been an outstanding athlete in football, basketball and track
all through his high school years. In his senior year, Norm was co-captain
of the football team and also made the All Stars team. Norm has been
a member of the 21 Club and ROTC. He was both treasurer and Vice
President of the "C" Club. Norm was king of the Sadie Hawkins dance
in his sophomore year and an honor graduate of Leadership School in
his sophomore and junior years. Upon graduation, Norm would like to
attend college.

ROBERT SCOTT SPENCER
March 1, 1950
Providence, Rhode Island
Scott was a member of the '21" Club, Caribe Club, French Club,
Language Lob Club, and the Athletic Council. He was a cheerleader
for the Powder Puff Football Game and an active member in ROTC.
He participated in football, swimming and track. Scott was elected
class vice president and Battalion Executive Officer in his senior year.
Scott's special interests are music and motorcycles. He would like to
attend college to study intellectual development and mind expanding.

JOHN RODMAN SPILLING
September 8, 1950
New Orleans, Louisiana
John has been the assistant commander of the Cristobal High School Boys
Drill Team. Golf, baseball and basketball are a few of the sports John
enjoys. For one year, he attended East Jefferson High School. After
graduation, he would like to attend Southeastern University and take
AFROTC to become an officer in the Air Force.

HERMELINDA STONE
February 14, 1948
Panama, Republic of Panama
Irma was a member of the Spanish Club in her junior and senior years.
She participated in basketball and volleyball intramurals in her freshman
year. In her spare time, Irma enjoys sewing or reading a good novel.
After graduation, she hopes to attend college for four years to receive
a degree in business.

DAVID AGUSTINE SUMMERLIN
December 29, 1949
Denver, Colorado
David has been an active member of the French Club, Language Lab
Club as well as ROTC. He was president of the Spanish Club and a
homeroom representative. He was a member of the Caribe Club. David's
special interests are foreign languages, music and dancing. After gradu-
ation, he would like to become a U.S. diplomat after studying diplomacy
and international law.

WILLIAM STEPHEN SUNRICH
December 6, 1949
Rome, Georgia
Steve come to CHS in his senior year. Before coming to the Canal Zone,
he attended Fayetteville Senior High School in Fayetteville, North Coro-
lina. He was on the track team during his freshman year and a member
of the Pep bond for two years. He received many awards in band, in-
cluding the North Carolina All State Band Clinics Award. His special in-
terests are music and science. Steve plans to become a biochemist in the
future.


Norman Spector


Robert Scott Spencer


John Rodman Spilling


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William Stephen Sunrich








VIENT TIME NEARS


HALERON EARL WADE
November 14, 1950
Collins, Mississippi
Hal has been on active member of the Torrid Zone Wizards and the
Dramatics Club. In his senior year, he was also on the Tradewind Staff
as well as a member of ROTC. He enjoys tennis and bowling, books,
motorcycles, sailing and his ham radio. Hal has been a paper boy and
worked as a tablehop at the Gatun Yacht Club. Hal was the Master
Councilor of the Demolay and Chapter Chief in the Order of the Arrow.

PATRICIA ANN WAGGONER
December 7, 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Pat has been active in intramural sports, and has made the All-Star teams
in basketball and volleyball. Pat was elected Junior Class President and
Historian of the Caribe Club. She has participated in plays and has been
a member of GAA, Future Nurses Club and the Torrid Zone Wizards. Pat
has been a student assistant for the Summer Recreation Program at the
Gatun Gym. After graduating, Pat would like to attend the University of
Florida and follow a course of study leading to a degree in accounting

RICHARD ALLEN WAINIO
April 20, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Richard came to CHS from Balboa this year. He is a member of the "21"
Club, and was an active member of the Letterman's Club where he held
the office of vice president in his junior year. In his senior year, he
was elected treasurer of the National Honor Society. Rich has actively
participated in basketball, football and track. He was co-captain of the
All Zone basketball team in his junior year, and an S.A. representative
in his freshman and sophomore years.

PAUL ROBERT WASHABAUGH
December 17, 1948
Colon, Republic of Panama
Paul, who has attended CHS throughh junior high and high school, hopes
to go into the Army. He has been on the track team for two years, par-
ticipating in the 880 yard dash. He was a member of the Rifle Club.
Paul was in ROTC and was on the CHS Boy's Drill Team as a sophomore
and junior.

SHERRIE ANN WEBER
October 5, 1950
Fort Benning, Georgia
Sherrie's high school years have been busy ones. She was elected Drill
Team Commander, ROTC Sponsor, Junior-Senior Prom Chairman, the Junior
class vice president, Homecoming Queen, S.A. representative, Sadie Howk-
ins queen, and co-captain of the Powder Puff Football Team for the
seniors. Sherrie attended Girls State and has played in intramural sports.
After graduation, Sherrie would like to attend college.

MARY EVA WEBSTER
December 24, 1950
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Among her many activities, Mary has been a citizen of Girls State, a
member of the Caribe Club, Library Club and the Language Lab Club.
She held the office of president of Library Club in her junior year. Her
special interests are music and literature. Mary has spent much of her
time tutoring in math and English. Mary plans to attend Ripon College.


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Haleron Earl Wade


Patricia Ann Waggoner


Richard Allen Wainio


Paul Robert Washabaugh


Mary Eva Webster


Sherrie Ann Weber







SENIORS BID FINAL FAREWELL TO CHS


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ARTHUR WEISELOGEL
May 3, 1950
Oceanport, New Jersey
Arthur has been in Canal Zone schools since kindergarten. He
was a member of Orchestra I. His future plans are still un-
decided.
THOMAS CARL WIGGINS
February 7, 1950
Hillsdale, Michigan
Tom has actively played basketball, football and baseball. Among
his special interests are skin diving, scuba diving and hunting.
Before attending CHS, he attended Jonesville High School. Tom
is still unsure of his future plans.
MARGARET LORETTA WILL
September 1, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Margaret has been active in Future Nurses Club and was a
Pink Girl in her sophomore year. She has been a member of
the Caribe Club in her last three years of high school, at-
tended Girls State and was a very active player in the Powder
Puff Football Game. Margaret has been very active in after
school sports including volleytennis, volleyball, basketball and
badminton. She made the "A" League basketball team in her
senior year. Margaret was president and Publicity Chairman
of the Caribe Club and was a homeroom representative. She
worked as usherette at the Coco Solo Theater.
KEITH WRENN
November 12, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
"C" Club, "21" Club, National Honor Society, S.G.A.A., Foot-
ball, Basketball and Track have all taken up part of Keith's
time. He was also the "C" Club President and President of the
"21" Club. Keith's special interest is sports. He plans to attend
college in the future.
REGINALD H. YEARWOOD
December 25, 1949
New York, New York
Among his hobbies, Reggie enjoys basketball, ice hockey, and
motorcycles. He belongs to the CHS Boys Drill Team and is
now the commander. Reggie was a homeroom alternate in
his sophomore year. Reggie attended Burgess High School in
El Paso, Texas. He plans to be an accountant technician.
Seniors not pictured: Jerry Chism, Tom Chism, Jack
Coberly, Evelyn Menges


Margaret Loretta Will Keith Wrenn


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HALL OF


FAME CHOSEN BY
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MR. AND MISS CHS
Steve Gegg, Dale Scott


MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED


Susan Sawyer, Keith Wrenn


FRIENDLIEST

Fred DeJesus, Chris Baas























WITTIEST
Reggie Yearwood, Louise Hixon


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MOST ATHLETIC
S Peggy Hale, Norman Spector


MOST TALENTED
Judy Oberholtzer, David Lee


























BEST DRESSED
DeSha Dade, Steve Laurie


MOST INTELLECTUAL
Marcela Hilzinger, Alexander Chong


BEST LOOKING
Dennis Huff, Linda Hood







MARGARITA NURSERY SCHOOL MAY 27, 1955


Front row, I. to r.: Paldi Gregery, Susan
Sawyer, Luis Diaz, Denise Rainier, Billy
Bowen, Claire Ellen Schecter, Kenny Field,
Diane Foulkes, Tatita Castro. Back row,
I. to r.: Sreve Laurie, Beth Lewis, Steve
Radel, Cindy Watson, Ted Bailey, Esther
Butz, Tom McLean, Judy Oberholtzer,
Chris Workman, Colleen Huson, not pic-
tured: Keith Wrenn.


Out of twenty graduating students from Margarita brought back together in the seventh grade. They were
Nursery School, twelve of them continued to attend Canal together for their eighth grade graduation and will
Zone Schools for their remaining twelve years. They sep- graduate together from high school to once again go
arated to attend different elementary schools but were on their separate ways.



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Steve Laurie, Beth Lewis, Steve Radel, Ted
Bailey, Esther Butz, Tom McLean, Judy
Oberholtzer, Colleen Huson, not pictured,
Kenny Fields.


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This year the Junior Class has a total of 134
students; 55 girls and 79 boys.
They started the school year by electing their
class officers. Billie Marsh was elected president
with Steve Gabriel as vice-president and Barbara
Eissing as secretary-treasurer. Judy Fong was
appointed secretary-treasurer when Barbara left.
One of the major events of the year was the
Powder Puff Football Game in which the senior
and junior girls played a close game.
Later in the year, Mari Hanly was appointed
chairman of the Junior-Senior Prom.
On February 14, seven juniors were initiated
into the National Honor Society. They were: Bar-
bara Bradley, Gilda Cedeno, Albert Chong, Judy
Fong, Mari Hanly, Danny Lee, and Brenda Rich-
ardson.


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Cecilia Alberga Steve Allen


Lee Banks


Lucinda Barragan


Annie Benero


Lena Barrows


Donald Bensen


Robert Beall


Jay Bensen
Jay Bensen


Hap Brandenburg


Kishu Assandas


Tom Baas


Barbara Bradley


David Brooks
















Rosita Cabrera


Carlo Cardona Harry Carey


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Harry Castro


Gilda Cedeno Gerald Chen


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John Diaz


Alvaro Davis


Kathy DeTore


David Dohle


Luis Dominguez


Eddie Egger


George Favorite


Jackie Evans


John Cook Ernie Faris


Omar Chipsen


Albert Chong


Rogelio Clough


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Miriam Figueroa
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Jerry Finneman


Jimmy Ford


Judy Fong


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Jim Freeman


Debbie Garner


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Joe Gonzalez


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Barry Greer


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Ronnie Holloway


Marvel Iglesias


Mary Huffman


Barbara Hughes


Linda Huson


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BY TAKING PSAT


Norman Ivill


Stan Janasiewicz


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Steve Jeffries


Mari Hanly


Charlie Healan


Nancy Gregory


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Harry Jones


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Nikita Kattulas Maria Kerley


Anthony Kingery


Frank Knight
Frank Knight


Lloyd Kilgore


Sharon Kilgore









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Kneeling: mascot. Front row, /.
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Castro, J. Weigle, S. Allen, B.
Richardson. Back row: R. Smith.


Jamie Meeker Robert Miller


SUPPORTERS


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Chick Parsons


Warren Patton


Doug McLain


Stephanie Lawson


Luella Morales


Danny Lee


Jerry Morgan


Germaine Lemm


Sue Lyman


Rolie Mans


Billie Marsh


Edmund Myers


Cheryl Pinto


Keria Paniza


Brian Plaisance


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Randy Rainey Carmen Reyes


Luisa Rivera


Magari Shuford


Maria Reyes
Maria Reyes


Enrique Rosania Bruce Richardson


Perry Shuford


Ronnie Smith


Rachel Rice


Jose Rivera


Debbie Garner


Maryann Sasso


Steve Smith


Kaye Smith


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Richard Swain Sylvia Steibritz


Walter Vamprine


Steve Gabriel


Humberto Vernon


Caryn Watson


Sharon Walker Margie Ward


Jerry Weigle


Marie Wheeler


Gary Will Rodney Yearwood


Michael Springer


Dawn Valentine


John Zizic


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Mrs. Laurie, the class sponsor


The sophomore class is the largest class in the
high school with 153 students. Mrs. Laurie is the
class sponsor. At the beginning of the school year
the class elected their officers, choosing Joan
Kurzdorfer as president, Ann Hirons as vice-presi-
dent and Mike Meisinger as secretary-treasurer.
With the freshman class, the sophomores spon-
sored their Shipwreck Dance at the CHS gym in
February. Carmen Ortiz and Modesto Padilla were
crowned queen and king and two freshmen Jackie
Springer and Raul Castro were in their court.
Music was provided by The Love Chain.


CLASS OFFICERS: Joan Kurzdorfer, president; Ann Hirons,
vice-president; Mike Meisinger.







153 STUDENTS








Charlene Alberga
Eleanore Allen
Luis Arocho
Mirsa Ayala


Daryn Barger
Donna Barger
Barbara Basset
Mitchell Blanchett







Richard Bock
Timothy Brooks
Bruce Brown
Steve Brown


Jimmy Butler
Marie Burghardt
Fernando Candelario
Linda Capps







Rita Cardenas
L'Nore Carey
John Carlisle
Luis Carlo


Peter Carlson
George Cebollero
Marie Cedeno
Matthews Cedeno


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Margorie Coffin
Carol Colgate


Joe Cronan
Steve Cross










Alice Crouch
Tina Currier










Dee DeLapp
Kathleen Dockery









Evangline Dohle
Clay Dowell
Debbie Duncan
Michael Edwards








Sheila Endara
Nelson Escribando
Mike Finneman
Brian Fleckenstein


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AND A TRIP TO WASHINGTON


John Carlisle, a sophomore,
won the Voice of Democracy Con-
test from the Panama District. The
contest is sponsored by the Amer-
ican Legion. John won an all ex-
pense paid trip to Washington,
D.C. for one week to the nation-
wide contest.


Deanna Flora
Edward Forsythe










Jane Gabriel
Sue Gallardo










Faye Garner
Joe Gattis










Jean Geer
Frank Glavas









Jim Gray
Doug Hale
Eddy Hannah
David Heath








Cinda Helmerichs
Juan Hernandez
Thomas Herron
Joe Hickey


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Eugena Holland
Jean Hou.sle
Randy Hull



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Scott Hutchinson
Walter Ilund
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Darryl Izquierdo


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Margaret McDonald
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Leslie Marek
Jeannette Mayes
Michael Meisinger


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Alexis Johnson



Lonnie Johnston
Vicki Kaufer
Anne Kienzle
Mark Kredell



James Kunkel
Joan Kurzdorfer
Luis Lee
Evelyne LeGrandi


Patricia Newman
Susan Newton



Dionesia Nieves
Joey Oberholtzer
Bob Olrich
JoAnn Olsen



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Oscar Ortiz
Modesto Padilla


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Debra Polite
Madeleine Powell
Sarah Pritham
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Mary Rawlings
Mary Redman
Elaine Reeves
Alfred Richardson


Mark Robbins
Laurie Robison
Gloria Rice
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Nick Rivera
David Robertson
Gary Robertson
Maritza Rodriguez








Milagros Rodriguiz
Steve Saltz
Odus Short
Edith Smith








James Stuart
Terry Smith
Robert Spilling
Vicki Springer


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Albert Taake
Susan Tidwell
Carol Torstenson
Ronnie Travers







Kim Turley
Donna Valentine
Allen Valentini
Melinda Vaufhan







Linda Vaught
James Washabaugh
Gary Watson
Vicki Weber








Edwin Webster
Penny Wilder








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The Freshman Class started out at the beginning
of the school year with 144 students, but by the
beginning of 1968 it had increased to 150 and
became the second largest high school class.
In the first nine weeks of school three students
in all the school made the "A" Honor Roll and
two of them were freshmen: Lana Boone and Pa-
tricia Powell. Twenty one more freshmen made
the "B" Honor Roll. Two other freshmen who have
done very well are William Parker who won a
prize in the essay contest for dental hygiene and
Neil Patton who did well in track and who was
the only freshman initiated into the "C" Club.


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Philbert Arellano Jr.


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Elizabeth Blevins
Kathryn Burgess


Harry Blevins
Donald Byrd


William Bloomberg
Donna Camoesas


Lana Boone
Norris Cardenas


Vivian Boseman
Raul Castro


Patrick Allickson
Patricia Austin


Left row, back to front: Tom Kredell, Fred Cole, Joe Stover, Allen Farnsworth
Center row, back to front: Tony Klasovsky, Sharon Golden, Tommy Pinkard
Right row, back to front: Joe Valencia, Donna Camoesas, Sonia Collazo


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Cynthia Cease


Jay Alonis
Nilda Ayala


Greta Anduray
Robert Barr


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Jan Bjorneby


Julio Aponte
Jean Bassett


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Basilio Chen
Sonia Collazo


Jeanette Cox
David Edwards


Caleb Clement
Gary Collins























Kathleen DeRaps
Ralph Ender


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David Diaz
Allen Farnsworth


Daniel Ferguson
John Funderburk


Orlando Figueroa
Paul Gallager


Steven Firth Wendy Flores
Catherine Gercich Marta Goembel


Fred Cole
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John Hannah


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Allen Harmon Kim Harvery
Mark Herring Frederick Highley


Steven Jacquez-Gomez
Antonia Klasovsky


Ann Lauritzen
John Martin


Bruce Janasiewicz
Thomas Kredell


Ingrid Loya
Dennis Maxwell


Norma Jimenez
Richard Kresge


Shelley Lund
Judy McLain


Marilyn Joyner
Connie LaFave


Hila Lyman
Sarah McLean


Annette Mancuso
Kathryn Milligan


Diane Hauke
Robin Hood


Patricia Hayden
Nancy Huson


Isaac Heres
Stephanis lilies


Anthony Herrera
Eric Irion


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Sam Kajitani
David Larimore


Kathy King
Joyce Larrabee


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Carla Mohr


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Carmen Mulero Robert Myers
Raquel Padilla Patti Parker


Keith Nowicki Annamaria Nunez
William Parker Neil Patton


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Tommy Pinkard
Barbara Rainey


Ingrid Portier
Rhonda Rawlings


Patricia Powell
Anna Reyes


Kathy Rios
Lindo Rodrigo


Jose Rivera, Jr.
Fabian Roman


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Wallace Russon, Jr.


Leroy Olsen
Jane Paulson


Hilda Otero
Richard Perra


Gloria Reyes
Orlando Rivera


Paul Rhodes
Sonia Rivera


Alma Rios
Scott Rodgers


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Janet Smith


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Lydia Santiago
Carlos Solivan


Pedro Santiago
Diane Soyster


George Scheibe
Sherry Sparrow


Lynn Selstad
Gregory Spencer


Mrs. Campbell and Joe Mancuso


Douglas Stevens
Gary Sunrich


Eligio Thomas


Joachim Stover
Jose Valencia


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Wayne Weiselogel


Sylvia Vamprine
Karen Westerberg


Edward Shepard
Jackie Springer


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Daniel Valentine
Judy Warren


Miles Vaughan
Labrenda Wilson


James Walker
Jenny Wirtz


Lynn Warren
Merrill Wohlman


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Douglas Jefferies, Jr. High S.A. president presides at a regular meeting. Mr. Robitaille, at far right, is the sponsor for the
organization. Other officers are: Christy Loizeaux, vice president; Janet Soloman, secretary; and Jimmy Gewin, treasurer.


Sonny Jones, Leland Cummings, Nevia Candelerro, Gaspar Sayoc, Nickey Scott, Judy Allen, pack Christmas boxes. A special
project of the Jr. High S.A. this year was the donation of food and preparation of Christmas boxes for distribution to needy
people in Colon.



















SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 208-Front row, I. to r.: Marie Faris, Deborah Soukeep, Nivea Candelario, Allen Richardson, Sancho Manzano,
Jerry Valentini, Edwin Markana. Second row, I. to r.: Judy Langston, Elisabeth Cieplik, Debra Meeker, Edward Golden, James Barr, Cristobal
Monoz. Third row, 1. to r.: Christian Lasher, Peggy Miller, Guerini, Anne Stoheer, Gary Marsh, Ralph Zachry, Gary Carlson. Fourth row, I. to r.:
Katherine McClean, Elena Maxwell, Betty Bradley, Linda Huff, Reina Herrera, Edward Bringas, Jr., Mr. Jacobs.





TOTAL OF 379 STUDENTS ENROLLED
IN THIRTEEN JUNIOR-HIGH HOMEROOMS




SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 206-Front row, I. to r.: Gerald Coffin, Corina Moffet, Ann Cirulli, Roura Ramos, Robin Hartshorm, Miss Carr.
Second row, I. to r.: Joseph Smith, Stephen Aponte, William Mosby, Chris Court, Mounyen Lyman, Martin Schiffbauer. Third row, i. to r.: Jorge
Rivera, Brian DeRaps, Katherine Bravo, Janet Goodwin, Patricia Chancey, Cheri Barnhart, Robert Sada, Patrick Hogan, Ralph Hepner, Peter Pa-
checo, Kathie Danielsen, Joseph Ender, Sharon Helms.


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SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 250-Front row, 1. to r.: Ivy Ortiz, Ileana Asencio, Michelle Robbins, Susan Burge, Marian Crouch, Frances Rae. Second row,
I. to r.: Henry Dingman, Fernando Cardona, Barbara Bloemer, Elaine Austin, Tina Lopez. Third row, 1. to r.: Susan Helmerichs, Ronny Raenos, Nelson Ortiz,
William Morgan, Dale Libby, Frank Adkins. Fourth row, I. to r.: Christopher Cox, Mark McKinney, Peter Goldman, Palue Jordi, Ina Dyer, Carlos Peniche. Fifth
row, I. to r.: Margaret Parson, Angel Mejia, Harry Dowell, Oscar Perez, Manuel Munoz, Mr. Koziol.





SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 309-Front row, I. to r.: Marc Denis, Kathy Burdge, Judith Menges, Brian Love, Robert Estes, Ezora Sweet. Second row, 1. to r.:
Michael Hayden, Karl Archuleto, Attorro Ittono, Edythe Marsh, Esther Arce. Third row, I. to r.: Joann Reid, Betty Garner, Diane Caroll, Judith Smith, Simon
Jones, David Rawls. Fourth row, I. to r.: Rodney Taylor, Jacob Wohlman, Nekelah Adams, Judith Tomlinson, Wanda Velez, Mr. McCullough. Fifth row, I.
to r.: Jose Johnson, Dianne Vickroy, Deborah Greene, Susan Willis, Kathryn Bush.
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SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 307-Front row, 1. to r.: Caren Martinez, Maria Reyes, Raymond Robertson, Scot Loizeaux, Tom Cross, Ubaldo Collazo. Second
row, I. to r.: Peter Sanchez, Jeffery Barrow, Elizabeth Wainio, Terri Overstreet, Faye Mosby, Joan Langston, Michael Bjorneby. Third row, I. to r.: Wanda
Atcherley, Robin Short, Jane Dohle, Ricardo Heath, Leland Cummings, Lonny Stout, Hugh Rodgers. Fourth row, I. to r.: Mr. Robitaille, Paulette Allicson,
Mary Spivey, Ricky Lampkins, Marilyn Baxter, Jeffery Blevins.


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SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 305-Front row, I. to r.: Gaspar Sayoc, Alphonsa Quashie, Eulus Clemons, Jr., Mrs. Reifkohl, Linda Hodgson, Noelia Ortiz-
Alvarez, Lisa Escribana. Back row, I. to r.: Deborah Studebaker, Melinda Brown, Milenia Soto, Judy Dohle, Susan Wright, Karen Helms, Judy Allen, Robin
Bock, Pedro Simmons, Raul Chiari, Jenny Sanchez, Robert Nordstrom, William Malone, William Constantini, Bernard Pruitt, George Cruz, Ricky Garcia,
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SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 247-Front row, I. to r.: Paul Rivera, Nancy Ridge, Doris Manzano, Gil Apojaca, Tom Batts. Second row, I. to r.: Nina
Gercich, Johnnie Hunter, Iris Valentin, Nancy Gregg, Ray Hunter, Guy Damiani. Third row, I. to r.: Ronald Mayes, Arthur Bridwell, Timothy Blanchard,
Patricia Rodriguez, Nitza Flores. Fourth row, i. to r.: Richard Parker, Gay Gurtiza, Jose Bravo, Linda Merrick, Kathleen Brown, Mrs. Young. Back row,
i. to r.: Raymond Hernandez, Marilyn Studebaker, Carol Ann Roach, Judy Newman, Meliza Belgrave.











EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 304-Front row, 1. to r.: Susan Mulaky, Michael Snider, Stanley Oster, Stephan Fugleberg, Carlos Asencio, Bill Sasso.
Second row, 1. to r.: Nancy Edmonson, Debbie Cheshire, Ana Jimenez, Sharon Beard, Debbie Griffis, Mark Hanley. Third row, i. to r.: Donald Mans,
Paul Baitel, Luis Ackerman, Robert Tschumy, Elia Ortiz, Janet Solomon. Fourth row, I. to r.: Ricky Dawdy, Richard Davis, Mardette Gamer, Brenda
Egger, Sheila Sawyer. Back row, 1. to r.: Robert Bloemer Jr., Deanna Koslowsky, Karen Peter, Patricia Hogan, Mr. Berger.


































EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 122-Kneeling, I. to r.: Doug Jeffries, John Marquard, Billy Deaton, Rogelio Noli, Vernon Alexander. First row, I. to r.:
Mario Marks, Mary Norval, Kathy Cease, Ada Gonzalez, Ruth Gonzalez, Dionne Holland, Judy Simmons, Debby Pate, Cathy Carlisle, Rhonda Kennedy. Second
row, 1. to r.: Jay Caudill, Myrtia Cotta, Jose Roman, Mary Woklman, Mike Wood, Janice Carlson, Ronny Williams, Richard Cuplik, Mr. Jeffries, Luis Solivan,
Michael Minehart, Ehukai Teris.




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EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 347-Left row, front to back: Tomas Aponte, Daniel Carter, Zan Green. Second row, front to back: Gerianne Blanchette, June
Ilund, Charles Morris, Gary Scheibe, Eudoxia Robinson. Third row, front to back: Henry Borsellino, Joyce Truitt, Roger Johnston, Jacqueline Parker, Beverly
Tipton. Fourth row, front to back: Regena Cardenas, Mark Collins, Marcia Junkin, Ralph Richmond, Richard Valentini. Standing, left to right: Michael
Apaoaca, Delia Mulero, Karen Currier, Susanne Cardona, Marian Kredell, Ralph Sanchez, Margie Holloway, Willima LeDoux.


































EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 242-Front row, I. to r.: Linda Wilson, Elsie Belhumeur, Anna Dyer, Connie Clemons, Hilda Cebollero, Vernon Ferrer.
Second row, 1. to r.: Andrew May, Carol Wertz, Michael Barger, Jody Knight, Susan Zackery. Third row, I. to r.: Nilda Ramos, Sharon Smith, Marc
Parker, Cheryl Caudill, Brian Allen. Fourth row, I. to r.: Loisa Thomas, Roberta Cole, Carlos Brown, Debbie Gooch, Oscar Martinez, Jr. Fifth row,
I. to r.: Ernest Abresh, Frances Kingery, John Meeker III, oMrs. McNaughton.


EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 308-Front row, I. to r.: Kenneth Hill, Karen Guerini, Barbara Banks, Cecilia Herrera, Christina Loizeaux, Robert Warren.
Back row, I. to r.: Maria Boone, John Burdge, Danny Rivera, Patricia Paine, William Huffman, Christie Atkinson, Sharon Dosser, Larry Hedman, Emilie
Daniel, Aurelia Williams, Fred Kardonski, Catherine Terwilliger, Alfred Dietz, Chas Bernard, Angel Velez, Cynthia Moose, Michael Foscalina, Mrs.
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EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 303-Front row, I. to r.: Mike Spagna, Jimmy Gewin, Raymond Ramos, Robin Prithum, Carol Ross, Richard Webster, Mr. Pa-
lumbo. Second row, 1. to r.: Janet Brandenburg, Gladys Rodriquez, Marian Gregg, Leighton Cedeno, Patricia Hill, Debra Grissom. Third row, 1. to r.: Deb-
orah Rowley, Arnaldo Mendez, Landris Lee, Jr., Joseph Roznieski, Julio McGruder, Deborah Pederson, Peter Swain, William Gillespie, Sonia Estela, Beverly
Lengston, Clifford Ferrel, Julia Jimenez, Joun Johnson, Jack Currier, Dennis Raps.






EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM 245-Front row, 1. to r.: Rita Boyland, Dolores Santiago, Micheal Heath, Fredrick Sapp, Ann Terwilliger. Second row, 1. to r.:
Donald Shirley, Jimmy Matta, Marlene Rice, Ileana Escrikano. Third row, I. to r.: Nelson Neihardt, Carmen Reed, Susan Ridge, Jimmy Barraza, Glen Baker.
Fourth row, I. to r.: Louise Palmer, Cheryl Coleman, Steve Shobe, Lynn Goguen, Pam Teague, Elizabeth Rodriquez. Fifth row, I. to r.: Harry Townsend, Elide
Reyes, Marta Anton, Donna Graham, Debra Boswell, Miss Siebrands.










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1968 CARIBBEAN STAFF-Seated, 1. to r.: David Lee, Peggy Hale, Judy Oberholtzer, Sue Tidwell, Sue Sawyer. Standing, 1. to r.: Nanci
Gregory, Louise Hixon, Ann Parker, Barbara Geddes, Chris Baas, Sue Holloway, Gary Robertson, Brandt Irion, Ann Kienzle, Jimmy
Butler, Karen Bell, Sonia Callazco, Carla Mohr.


Forbidden territory to most students, room 246
is the place where the Caribbean is created each
year. The sponsor of the yearbook is Miss Sie-
brands, who is also the journalism teacher. Jour- q
nalism students learn the techniques used to pre-
pare a book for publication and usually work on
the yearbook. The staff of the 1968 Caribbean
worked continuously to produce this yearbook.
A layout must be planned, copy must be written
and typed, headlines and spaces for pictures must
be drawn and photographs must be identified fori
each page of the yearbook. The editors and staff
breathed a sigh of relief as the final deadline 4
was met in February and the dummy was mailed
to the publishers.





Everybody tries to do his best and Sissy Hixon and Jimmy Butler
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Photographer David Lee put in many hours of work to complete this yearbook.


Gary Robertson studies copy while Bar-
bara Geddes types diligently.


Miss Siebrands discusses layout with faculty ed-
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WE DID OUR BEST!


Believe it or not, Rosie Butler can type ten words a minute!


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Cheerleaders, co-captains and queen await the start of Jamboree. L. to r.: E. Ridge, M. Hanly, K. Dockery, D. Scott, B. Eissing,
J. McCullough, C. Ortiz, A. Hirons, M. Belanger, D. Rainier, N. Spector.


VICTORY BELL ANNOUNCES TIGERS' WINNING

OF THE JAMBOREE


Queens presented at Jamboree pep assembly. L. to r.: K. Wrenn, J. Hunt, W. Graham, M. Paulson, J. Hunt, R.
Wainio, M. Belanger, D. Rainier, N. Spector






QUEEN CHI CHI REIGNS OVER
JAMBOREE FESTIVITIES


To pep up Tiger spirit before the Jamboree, the traditional snake dance and
bonfire were held the night before the game.
With a mighty roar, Cristobal's Tigers burst out of their den, tore through the
giant paper Tiger stretched between the goal posts, and charged onto the field
to the cheering of their fans. This marked the beginning of the 18th Annual
Jamboree, held at Tiger Stadium on Friday, September 22, 1967.
Cristobal High School, Canal Zone College, and Balboa High School competed
in this game to open the 1967 interscholastic football season.
There were ten candidates for Cristobal's Jamboree Queen and Denise Rainier
was elected from these by the Senior Class. "Queen Denise" was presented to the
school at a pep assembly held Friday afternoon. She was crowned between quar-
ters by co-captains of the CHS football team, Monty Belanger and Norman Spec-
tor. The team presented Queen Denise with a miniature football on a chain in-
scribed with her name and the date.
Queen Janet Hunt, representing Balboa High School, and her sister, Jerrilyn
Hunt, representing Canal Zone College, were also crowned at this time by their
football teams.
The Tigers played well against their traditional enemies, the Balboa Bulldogs,
and against the older, heavier, and more experienced College Green Devils. The
game ended in a triumphant victory for the Tigers. The joyous ringing of the
victory bell following the game signaled to Tiger fans that Cristobal had won.




Co-captains Monty Belanger and Norman Spector help Queen Chi Chi out of car Jamboree night.












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a favorite cheer Snake Dance night. Cheering
are Kathy Dockery and Barbara Eissing.








HOMECOMING
DANCE A GREAT
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Dancing a Tamborito at Homecoming are Queen Sherree I and
Norman Spector.


Queen Sherree I with escort Norman Spector.


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L. to r.: Eileen Ridge, Maria Hanly, Kathy Dockery, Barbara Eissing, Dale
Scott, Ann Hirons, Joan Mc Cullough, Carmen Ortiz.


Cheerleaders
Pep, energy, and true Tiger spirit is demon-
strated throughout the year by the cheerleaders.
From the time they are chosen, the girls exhibit
willingness to help and work behind the scenes
of many activities. This year the squad is com-
posed of eight girls who practiced very hard to
perfect their cheering techniques. Aside from this
year's usual duties of a cheerleader, the girls had
the difficult job of teaching the boy cheerleaders
coordination for the Powder Puff game.


Cristobal and Balboa cheerleaders unite to generate enthusiasm for Jamboree.


L. to r.: Maria Hanly, Kathy
Dockery, Eileen Ridge,
Barbara Eissing, Dale Scott,
Carmen Ortiz, Ann Hirons,
Joan Mc Cullough.


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L. to r.: J. Jones, E. Legrand, V. Weber, M. Wheeler, D. Workman, T. Smith, M. Vaughan, M. Kerley, P. Hale, D. Ranier, C. Bass, B. Marsh,
R. Cardenas, P. Wilder, M. Redman, L. Carey, D. Duncan, C. Alberga.



EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT IS GIVEN DURING HALF TIME


L. to r.: Sharon Walker, Daryn Barger, Barbara Gedees, Wendy Flores, Cinda Hel-
merichs.


Girls' Drill Team
In their third year, the Girls' Drill Team perform
during football games and pep rallies and in the
Veterans' Day Parade. During the first part of
the year, Peggy Hale commanded the Drill Team
and during the last half of the year Joan Kurz-
dorfer succeeded her. Under the direction of Mrs.
Harris and Mrs. Fattorosi the girls spent many
hours practicing, both during the summer of 1967
and after school. Judy Oberholtzer, Executive
Manager, assisted the sponsors. Although they
wore the same uniforms, the girls exchanged their
Garrison hats for gray berets. On days that they
are scheduled to perform, the girls wear blue and
gold dresses and matching jackets.
Majorettes
The majorettes added excitement and glamor
to the half times of football games when they
performed in glittering gold uniforms and heavy
fringe. The uniform of their captain, Barbara
Geddes, is identical to the others but it is a royal
blue. Their day dresses are blue with each major-
ette's name in gold. The girls performed many
new and difficult routines. The majorettes per-
form to the music of the CHS band and must
work closely with band members.
























Front row, I. to r.: M. Ward, M. Huffman, C. Reyes A. Benero, C. Herring, S. Lawson, Co-captain B. Marsh, L. Morales, Co-captain J. Jones, S.
Kilgore. Middle row, I. to r.: Coach J. Bensen, R. Cabrera, M. Wheeler, G. Cedeno, M. Kerley, Y. Tchumy, J. Meeker, D. Garner, N. Iglesias,
Coach H. Brandenberg. Back row I. to r.: L. Huson, L. Barragan, R. Rice, L. Barrows, K. Paniza, Z. Carrasco, M. Hanly, N. Gregory, M. Sasso,
C. Alberga, K. DeTore, D. Valentine, G. Lemm, B. Hughes.



SENIOR BUNNIES POWDER THE PUFF


The first Powder-Puff Football Game for C.H.S.
was held November 22. The two days before the
game were filled with peppy signs and cheers
as each class, the Juniors and Seniors, tried to
outdo each in spirit. The girls played flag football
under the stadium. In the end, the Senior Bunnies
defeated the Junior Great Danes by the score of
6-12.
Each football team elected their queen and
court for their class. The Seniors chose Neil
Maxwell as queen and Peter Baas and Dave
Belt for the court. The Junior queen was Frank
Martin and Warren Patton and Bobby Beall were
in his court. The Senior court wore long blue
and white formals and hairpieces while the Junior


L. to r.: M. Will, L. Hixon, M. Hilsinger, J. McCollough, L. Hood, D. Scott, C. B
Bell, Coach N. Spector, Co-captain B. Lewis, M. Jova, Co-captain S. Weber, D. Rain
P. Hale, H. Rowley.


court wore gold and white mini-dresses and mod
stockings.
The game activities started with a parade: a
fire engine with each team's cheerleaders was
followed by each classes' contribution to the
parade including five majorettes. The queens were
crowned during the half time. A lot of work and
cooperation went into this S.A. sponsored game.
It was organized and led by Judy Oberholtzer.
The Seniors pep was under the direction of Rosie
Butler and the Juniors followed Billie Marsh. The
coaches for the football teams were Monty Belan-
ger and Norm Spector for the Senior girls and
Hap Brandenburg and Jay Benson for the Junior
girls.



aas, B. Link, D. Coleman S. Burgess, E. Kresh, S. Halloway, K.
ier, E. Butz, R. Reyes, R. Ballou, C. Huson, Coach M. Belanger,


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POWDER PUFF ROYALTIES


"Where Have all the young men gone ...?"
L. to r.: David Belt, Neil Maxwell, Peter Baas


Only their hairdressers know for sure!
L. to r.: Linda Sue Huson, Warren Patton Maria Hanly, Frank Martin, Gilda Cedeno, Robert Beall.










AND THEN THERE
WERE NONE


L. to r.: Craig Firth, Marvin Scott, Hal Wade, Gary Saltz, Lonnie Johnston.


After a long dry spell in the area of dramatics
at CHS, the Thespian production, AND THEN
THERE WERE NONE, was presented on November
17 and 18, 1967, in the auditorium.
The story told in this three act play by Agatha
Christie is a mystery concerning ten people in-
vited to an island as guests at a weekend party.
The guests are each accused of murder and, one
by one, they are killed by an unknown person as
just payment for their crimes. A revised version
of the nursery rhyme, "Ten Little Indians", is the
clue to the carefully planned murders. At the
climax of the play, the insane judge is discovered
as the mysterious murderer and is in turn killed
by the last two remaining characters. The play
provided hair-raising suspense and many sur-
prises for the audience.
Mrs. Freda Stohrer spent long hours at re-
hearsals as director of this play. The set for the
play was constructed under the direction of
Mr. Jesse Holloway. A seascape was painted by
the Art Club for use as scenery in this play.


"Davis, Davis is the name." L. to r.: Tom McLean, Craig Firth, and Marvin Scott.





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MEMBERS OF THE CAST
Rogers ........................ Gary Saltz
Mrs. Rogers ................ Lydia Santiago
Fred Narracott .................... Jim Gray
Vera Claythorne .......... Barbara Bloomberg
Philip Lombard ............ Stan Janasiewicz
Anthony Marston .............. Tom McLean
William Blore ................ Marvin Scott
General Mackenzie .......... Lonny Johnston
Emily Brent .................. Sue Sawyer
Sir Lawrence Wargrave ............ Craig Firth
Dr. Armstrong .................... Hal Wade



































Kneeling, 1. to r.: J. Oberh
E. Ridge, S. Sawyer, J. Mc
Gardner, D. McLain, S. Jan
Uoyd, J. Gattis. Fourth row
Swain.


Joe Gattis swears in Bruce
John Carlyle watch.


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his own
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oltzer and J. Spilling. Standing front row, I. to r.: W. Graham, C. Firth, P. Hill, S. Firth,
Lain, R. Butler, M. Scott. Second row, I. to r.: D. Barger, S. Callasco, D. Barger, F.
asiewicz. Third row, I. to r.: D. Izquierdo, D. Byrd, P. Waggoner, B. Janasiewicz, C.
, I. to r.: H. Wade, E. Dosser, R. Hull, S. Spencer. Back row, I. to r.: B. Rainey and Bodie





MONKEY TRIAL AT CHS!

INHERIT THE WIND
A live monkey and a hurdy gurdy are special
props necessary for the Thespians' second play,
Inherit the Wind, produced on March 15 and 16,
1968, under the direction of Mrs. Freda Stohrer.
A true incident, the famous "monkey trial" in
Tennessee, was used by Jerome Lawrence and
Robert E. Lee as the basis for this play. Cates, a
young schoolteacher is on trial for teaching Dar-
win's theory of the descent of man from mon-
keys in a fervently religious town, Hillsboro. The
case against Cates is taken by the Bible fanatic,
Matthew Brady, a famous lawyer who has run
for president three times and lost. Representing
Cates is Henry Drummond, who is known to be
a capable defender of the underdog. The towns-
people of Hillsboro provide a tapestry on which
the design of the play is woven by the principal
characters.
Involved in this play is a tremendous cast of
more than 40 people. A difficult staging problem
was solved by transforming the auditorium stage
into the town of Hillsboro and then creating an
additional courtroom scene in the area usually
occupied by the orchestra. During the courtroom
scenes, the townspeople in the play sat as spec-
tators in the first three rows in front of the au-
Janasiewicz, as lawyers, Marvin Scott, Doug Jones and dience, adding a new dimension to CHS theatrical
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L. to r.: S. Weber, J. Mc Collough, B. Lewis, C. Bass, C. Firth, J. Oberholtzer, D. Lee, K. Wrenn, A. Parker, D. Coleman, B. Geddes,
D. Dade, S. Laurie, L. Hood, D. Huff, D. Ranier, B. Bloomberg, P. Hale S. Gegg, N. Spector, F. DeJesus, R. Butler, S. Hixon, D. Scott.


HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCED AT WINTER WONDERLAND


The Senior class arranged for special weather
on December 16, 1967, at the C.H.S. gym, in
honor of the Senior Christmas Formal. To make
a "Winter Wonderland", the class created snow-
flakes as decorations and big Christmas trees
made of gayly wrapped Christmas packages.
Couples danced to music by The Lovechains


until 9:30 p.m. when the dancing was interrupted
by the announcement of the 1968 Hall of Fame.
Mr. Richard Bock, as master of ceremonies, called
each Hall of Fame winners and runners-up to the
front of -the gym. After this presentation, the
dancing continued and gay Christmas spirit was
enjoyed by all.


Students enjoy themselves at Christmas Formal.


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Cristobal High School Band gives a wonderful interpretation of "Gallant Men"


Each year, the Music Department presents a
Christmas Festival. The band and Girls Glee Club
performed, presenting different feelings and in-
terpretations of their Christmas spirit.
The band gave a musical rendition of the


Christmas Story. It was narrated by Barbara Bloom-
berg. Stan Janasiewicz played a trumpet solo.
The Glee Club made their first appearance in
their new white dresses.


A plea for "Let There Be Peace" is sung by the Cristobal High School Chorus.


Judy Oberholtzer accompanies
the Girls' Glee Club









L. to r.: M. Hilzinger, R. Spilling, A.
Kienzle, R. Butler, M. Marks, S. Smith,
R. Ballou, S. Bush, B. Reddin, D.
Cameosas, Mrs. Campbell, C. Huson,
H. Rowley, E. Butz, A. Harmon, G.
Robertson, B. Chen, D. Valentine, J.
Buchman, H. Wade, S. Walker.


TRADEWIND STAFF WORKS TO ATTAIN COMPLETE

NEWS COVERAGE


Complete with articles, advertisements, cartoons, and
an occasional editorial, the Tradewind is produced every
two weeks by a large, hardworking staff. This year the
newspaper is printed by a new process, the Xerox ma-
chines, which make it necessary to send the newspaper
to Balboa by train to be printed. When the papers return,


they are distributed during homeroom period to Student
Association members. To insure the interest of its read-
ers, the articles are kept current and stimulating. The
Tradewind is sponsored by Mrs. Patricia Campbell, a
new teacher at CHS.


L. to r.: A. Kienzle, D. Valentine, R.
Ballou, H. Rowley, M. Hilzinger, ed-
itor, C. Huson, R. Butler, A. Har-
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L. to r.: Mr. Richard Bock, Steve Gegg, Barbara Bloomberg, Alexander Chong, Keith Wrennr




The Math and Science Quiz Show is held annually
on SCN television with contestants from both Cristobal
and Balboa High Schools. This year is the 10th annual
program and is sponsored by the Canal Zone Chapter
of Professional Engineers.
The first individual contest was won by Phil Jud-
son of CHS. Another CHS winner was Carol Agee.
In 1966 Mark Troseth won second place in a very
close contest. This year the Cristobal team brought
victory to CHS. Mr. Bock, coach for the team, says
that this is an important contest because it is an in-
tellectual rather than a physical field.
The first eight programs were individual contests
but this is the second year that the show has been by
panels. The first two were under the supervision of
Kenneth Venton, a former member of the Canal Zone
College faculty. In the succeeding programs, the en-
gineering groups have taken an increasingly active
part. Mr. Bock has been the judge for every program
except the first and ninth.
This year Barbara Bloomberg, Alexander Chong, and
Steve Gegg were the panel from Cristobal High
School. Keith Wrenn was the alternate and kept score
at the match. These students were chosen by the
math and science faculty because of their records of
achievement in their fields. The prize was an elaborate
slide rule with instructions in Japanese.




























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IN CHS BASKETBALL

SEASON STARTS IN MARCH
Even though they won only one game
in the season, the basketball team tried their
best to overcome the three opposing teams,
Balboa High School, Canal Zone College, and
Schools Division Athletic Club. Home games
provided full suspence for Tiger fans. The
high scorer for the team was Eric Ernest with
a total of 140 points. Mr. Peter Hearborn
was their coach. The scoring follows:
Date C.H.S. Opponents
3/21 53 63 BHS
4/7 55 45 SDAC
4/15 39 45 CZC
4/18 46 48 SDAC
4/21 41 64 BHS \
4/25 41 46 CZC
4/28 44 48 BHS
5/2 43 61 SDAC
-. 5/5 40 54 CZC
Above: Luis Gordon
Right: Keith Wrenn

Varlity: front ro, i. to r.: Norm Spector, Paul ..... Keith Wrenn. Mike Humphrey, Luis Gordon. Back row, i. to r.: FIVE LETTERMEN RETURN FOR '68 SEASON
Monty Beolnger, James Hotsako, Eric Ernest, Bob c...u. and Tom McLean.



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Below, Junior Varsity: front row, I. to r., Joe Cronan, Steve Gabriel, Harry Castro, David Lee, Dee DeLapp. Back row I. to r.:
Jerry Morgan, Sleve Laurie, Mitch Blanchette, James Ford, and Tom Wiggins.


Above: Monty Belanger
Left: Fred DeJesus


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Co-captains--Norman Spector (21), Monty Belanger (85)
Front row, I. to r.: R. Smith, P. Baas, D. Belt, K. Wrenn, P. Morland, S. Laurie, M. Schultz, C. Firth, S. Spencer W. Graham, M. Clark, M. Paulson, R. Wainio,
R. Blevins, B. Rainey, F. DeJesus, L. Arocho, D. Lee. Second row, I. to r.: J. Cronan, G. Will, T. Bass, S. Gabriel, H. Carey, H. Brandenburg, G. Egger, D.
Benson, H. Jones, J. Weigle, L. Kilgore H. Castro, W. Vamprine, J. Benson, J. Morgan, R. Holloway. Third row: M. Kredell, J. Walker, N. Patton, S. Allen,
D. Izquierdo, J. Carlisle, M. Kredell, B. Irion, R. Hull, A. Valentini, T. Escribano, E. DeJesus, F. Highley, W. Russon, L. Aponte. Fourth row: Coach Litton,
J. Freeman, J. Rivera, J. Meeker, E. Thomas, J. Valentini, C. Clement, D. Robertson, 1. Heres, M. Green, Coach Dedeaux.




TOUGH SPORT REQUIRES DETERMINED MEN


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The 1967 Tiger football team got off to a
good start by winning the jamboree, and every-
one looked forward to another winning sea-
son. The first game against Canal Zone College
was an exciting one with both teams showing
about the same strength. At one time the Tigers
were in easy scoring distance only to be pushed
back by a penalty. The game ended in a score-
less tie.
In the Balboa High School game, the Bulldogs
took advantage of Tiger mistakes-one a fumble
on which Balboa- later scored, to outlast the
fighting Tigers and hand them their first defeat
in several years of the BHS-CHS rivalry. The fol-
lowing game was revenge time for Cristobal. Quarterback Keith Wrenn scrambles for the first down.
Dominating Balboa they rolled up one touchdown
and were on their way to another when they
were forced to punt.. The Bulldogs blocked the
punt, picked up the ball and ran it to the five
yard line, from where they scored in the follow-
ing series of plays. The game seesawed back and
forth and ended in a tie.
Canal Zone College put the coup de grace
on the unlucky season by beating the Tigers
7-0. The Palm Bowl provided some relief for
the Tigers when they teamed up with Balboa
to beat College 7-0. The next year for the Tigers -
offers a little brighter outlook for there are some
flashy new backs coming up who are to be
watched.


C.Z.C. halfback is stopped by alert Tigers.




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As each grain of sand is necessary to make a beach As each drop of water unites to form th e vast ocean, So is eac h individual of great importance t o mankind. It takes individuals t o make a fami l y It takes families to make a communit y I t t akes communit ies to make a state It takes states t o make a nation It takes nations t o make th e world. The realization then comes that the ind i vidua l I s the important key t o unity. II

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Chr istina Baas P eter D ennis Baas R enee T av a Ballou G ary N eil B arger Gladys l. Bar rows l ouis J Montague B elang e r 14 CHRI STINA BAAS November 22, 1949 New York, New York Ted Edwar d B aily Chris, who has been a member of The G irls Drill T e a m fo r three years also aTTended Girls STaTe. She has been acTive in sporT s and was Treasurer of her J unior Class. Sh e was v o ted Friendlie51 in Ihe H all of F ame. Chr i s belongs 1 0 Ihe F u t u re N urses Club She plans 10 be a secretar y. PETER DEN NIS BAAS November 22 1949 New York, New York The cayuco race is one of PeTe's main int erests. H e par1icipa t e d in i t in his freshman, junio r an d senior years. H e w as a member of The football T eam. Pete p l ans to aTtend college. TED EDWARD BAILY August 16 1950 FOrT lauderdale, Florida Music is one of Ted's main in t erests. H e w a s in the b an d for four years and in chorus in his junior year. H e has participa T e d in The Calibe Club fo r 3 years and l anguage Lab d u r ing h i s junio r year. His hobbies include skindiving and fishing. RENEE T AVA BALLOU March 29, 1950 Camp lejeune, North Carolina Renee, who is a lifeguard during her a fter school hours, ha s been a member of the FuTure N urses Club for four years. S he is active in sports and is The Spo r ts E di T o r for the T rad ewind Among o ther activi t ies, s h e par ticipated in I he J unio r C l ass Assembly and the Powder P uff G ame. She h as work e d as a dental assistant and plans to go into the field of denTiST ry. GARY NE I L BAR G E R January 11, 1950 DetroiT, Michigan Gary has been in C H S for only two years. P reviousl y h e allended Algonac H igh School in Michigan where he represented his ninth grade homeroom as an officer. As a seni o r he !refves as a homeroom alterna t e. N o fUTure plans have been drawn up as yet. G LADYS l. BARRO W S October 23, 1949 Chiriqui, Republic of Panama Gladys plans t o become a missionary n u r se. S h e has b een a member of the Futu r e N urses Club for four yea r s and has been a P ink Girl for three years. She h as been i n th e b a nd since she was a freshman An active member o f the Spa nish Club, Gladys was eleCled V ice President Reading and cooking are among her interests. MON T AGUE B ELANGER November 20 1949 Colon, Republic of Panama Monly who is This year's S.A T reasurer, has a speci,,1 interes t in sporls. H e has been on the fOOl ball team for fou r years and was Co-capTain in h i s senior year. H e was chosen fo r the AII,Slar Teams in his junior and senior years and T his yea r was on Ihe AIIZone Team. Besides fOOT ball, Mon T y has p a r ticipaTed in track and basketball. H e has been a c t ive in t h e Caribe Club since he was a freshman and has been i n the "C" Club for two years. H e was iniT iated into N H.S. i n h i s junior Year.

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Carol Ann Bell CAROl ANN BEll December 9, 1949 Ancon Canal Zone Kare n Ann B ell Dave Curtis Belt KAREN ANN BEll March 12 1950 New Orleans, louisiana Carol has spenT all twelve school years in Canal Zone Schools. She was a member of the F uture N urses Club and became a Pink G irl after her fre shman year. She served on Ihe make-u p commillee for various plays during her freshman and sophomore years Riding is one of Karen's ma i n interes t s. She has been active in volleyb all an d baskeTball inttamur als and parlicipaled in Ihe Powde r Puff Game. Class assemblies and wor king on Ihe Caribbean siaff for two years has laken up some of her lime. S he allended Girls Slate Karen plans to go to Ihe U niversity o f Arizon a's school of agricultu r e. DAVE CURTIS BELT N o v ember 8, 1949 ForI Campbell, KenTuc k y Dave has been wiTh u s fo r o n l y 2 years and has been a ctiv e in fOOTball an d been in The C C lub. H e has been on the A ll-Star T eam Whi l e atten d ing Fayell evilie H igh Sch o ol, h e was o n T he Studen t Cou n cil. Dave plans to attend San A n tonio College SENIORS T AKE OVER TRADITIONAL POSITIO S OF RESPONSIBILIT Y I FLU ENCE, A D LEAD E R S HIP 15

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Robert Blevins Bar ba r a Sue B loomberg Angel a Elizabeth Brennan James M. Burge Stephen Callan Burges s 16 SENIO R S C O N Q UER JUNIORS ROBERT BLEVI NS August 29 1948 Colon, Republic of Pan ama f or four years Bob has attended CHS. Football and baseball took some of his l ime this year. He was in R O T .e. during his first thr ee years in high school and received a rank of sergeant. H e hopes to get an apprenticeship or go to college in the C .Z. BARBARA SUE BLOOMBERG February 14, 1950 l afayette, Indiana Barbara, a new student in CHS, was in the National H onor Society, Mu Alpha Theta in Oklahoma and the Caribe CIJ\, H er interest in music has directed her to the position of 8and Secretary and Student Band Director. Before coming 10 the Canal Zone, she was Playground Supervisor and lifeguard in Miami, Oklahoma. H er future ambition is to maior in Biochem istry al T ulsa U niversity ANGEL A ELIZABETH BRENNAN November II 1948 Panama Republic of Panama Angela has been attending C H S as well as Saint Mary'S Academy in Colon After graduation she plans to study 10 become an executive secretary JAMES M. BURGE Mdy 19, 1950 David, Republic of Pan ama Jim has aI/ended Canal Zone schools for 12 years. H e has a special interest in swimming and spends his spare lime working as a l ifeguard al Coco Solo and Gatun pools. His future plans are to attend college. possibly in the C.Z. STEPHEN CAllAN BURGESS September 25, 1949 Charleston, South Carolina Steve has been atlive i n baseball as a junior and senior. H e also olayed intramural basketball and was a cheerleade r fo r the Powder Puff football Game. Steve was in R .O.T .C. f or two years.

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I POWDE R P FF GAME SUSAN H I RONS BUR G ESS January 6, 1950 Colon Republic of Panama Sue spent part of her t ime parTicipa t i n g in after sch ool spor ts. She played basketball and volleyball i nlramurals throughou t high school and was 11 member of both "A" an d "8" league volleyball learns. She also played Ihe position of halfback in the Powder P uff football game. SHARO N lUCillE B U S H September 21, 1950 Colon, Republic of Panama Sharon has been active as 11 member of the Car ibe Club an d Ihe Future N urses Clu b along with being Assistant Editor o f the Tradewind She participated in volleyball and badmin ton int r amurals and attended Girls Slale as 11 iunio r Sharon a l50 worked as an usher al Margarita Theatre ROSARIO AURORA BUTlER lARA April 25, 1950 Coloo, Republic of Pana ma Rosie is one of Ihe mOsT active sTudenls i n CHS. She was a member of the Caribe Club and T he French Club for th r ee vears, being presidenT for two years; vice p r esident of the DramaTics Club; secretary of the F uture Nurses C l ub and a member of Torrid Zone Wizards f or two years She ca m e to C H S from ST. Mary's Academy in Colon where she worke d with the decoraTions for m a ny of t he formals. Rosie attende d G i rls Slale as a junior wh' ere she received an Americanism award. ESTHER lENO R BUTZ February 3 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone ESTher, who has a special interest in art, hopes t o become a book illus t rator. She has been in the Art Club fo r two years. As a junior, she served as vice pres ide nt of the club. She participaTed in SporTS DaV and played the position of left end in the Powder Puff fOOTball game. She attended Girls StaTe as a junior JAME S P C ARLSO N September 30, 1950 Ft. Bragg North Carolina Jim has been in CHS for three years. Prev iou sly, he allended Cal ifornia High School in Ft. Ord, California and Carrol High School in Ozark Alabama. He was active in ROTC and served as a guidon bearer H e has been on t he t ennis team f or two years and This year was captain of the senior cheerleaders fo r 'he Powder Puff football game. As a senior. Jim also served as a homeroom repr ese ntative. Susa n H i r o n s B u rgess S h a r o n l ucille B us h Rosari o Aurora But ler lara E sther lenor Butz James P. Carl so n 1 7

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Alexander Chong Juan Angel Cintron Calh y Ann Clark Michael Joseph Clark Denise Ma r ie Coleman 18 PRIDE SHOWN ALEXANDER CHONG November 28, 1 948 Colon, Repub l ic of Panama Alex has been ver y ac t ive in the clubs of C HS. H e h as been a member of the Caribe Club for t he Fren c h Club for three years. H e served a5 vice preside n t of the French Club. As a iunior, he was initialed inlo the N ational Honor Society where h e is now se rving as president, H e a l so served on the SafelY crub Alex plans 10 go 10 L ehigh University. JUAN A NGEL C INTRON March 20, 1949 San J uan, Puerto Rico J uan came 1 0 C H S fr om Sain t Mary's School in Phoenixville, P ennsylvania. H e was vice-p r esi d ent of the Spanish Club. H e was also active in th e French C lub and t he C a r ibe Club. Juan has an in terest in medicine and h e plans t o study it an d become an Army officer. CATHY ANN CLARK June 19 1949 I ndianapolis, Indiana Cathy came to C H S from KennE'dy H igh School in Buena Park, California. She came early in her junior year. Her future plans include returning to Califo r nia and working. M I C HAEL JO SEPH C L ARK August 10, 1950 Indianapolis, Ind iana Mike has attended Canal Zone schools for two years. Previous ly, he attended high school in Buena Park, California. His special interest in swimming has led him to the position of l ife guard al Shimmy beach. Mike plans to attend Ihe Air Force Academy. DENISE MARIE COlEMAN February 6, 1950 Ancon, Canal Zon e SporTs are one of D enise's main in t erests. She has participa ted in volleyball and basketball int r amura l s throughout high sc hool. As a senior, she was a member of the Powder Puff F oot ball Team and was on Ihe Homecoming Courl. She was in the J unior Class Assembly and she attended Girls' State. Den ise plans 10 study 10 become an airline stewardess.

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IN TEAM SPIRIT, PARTICIPATION Van Albert Court III Desha Dade Fred Dejesus Kenneth Vincent Field VAN ALBERT COURT III December 1, 1948 Corpus Christi, Texas Bvbba came 10 C H S l a le in his jun io r yea r from Galveston, Texas, where h e aTtended Ball High School. H e became a member of Ihe football team as a senior a nd has been a membe r of Ihe baseball learn for two years. N o future plans ha v e been drawn up as yel. DeSHA DADE August 3 1950 Mobile. Alabama Sha has been a ttending Canal Zone schools for n ine years. She h as b een a membe r of Ihe Caribe Club f or thre e yea rs, and was in Ihe Future Nur ses. S he attended Girls Slate Future plans are f o r college al L ouisiana Siale Univ ersi ty FRED DeJESUS November II, 1949 Rio P ied ras, PuerTO Rico Fred came 10 C H S from Mannheim Germany in lllh grade. All sporls a r e of interest to him and he has been a member of th e baseball team for two yea rs. As a senior, he played on the foolball team. H e was also a Cheerleader for th e Powder P uff Footb all Ga me. Fred plans to con t inue his educa t ion at the University of Flor ida. KENNETH VINCENT FIELD Aug us t ./I, 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone Ken. has been a membe r of ROTC thro ughou t high school. H e was on the rifle learn for three years and is n ow a platoon leader F lying is of special interest to K e n and he intends to pursue this int erest further. CRAIG RANDOLPH FIRTH M a r c h 21, 1 950 Newport New$ Vir ginia Being clas s preside nt in his freshman and senior years has taken up much of Cra ig's t ime. H e was very active as a senior with a p a rt in a Thespian play, Chri s tmas Formal Committee Cha i rman, and being a c heerleader for th e Powder Puff Footb all Game H e was in ROTC for thr ee years and as a junior, he was Color Guard Command er. Cra i g was a l so in the "21 Club and was a memb e r of the swimming and football teams for t w o years Craig Randolph Firth 19

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Raquel Flo r e s Barbara E ileen Geddes Willi am Richard Geddes Katherine Anne Gegg Stephen Robert Gegg 20 CARDS AND ANNOUNCE-RAQUEL FLORES D ecembe r 23, 1948 P anama, Republic of Panama Roquel has been very ottive In the Spont.h Club l or the l os l two yeor. She hOI be"n both secre t ory and treos ... r" of the club She was ollo (I m embe. 0 1 the Pon American Club and hos participated in volleyball one t ennis intromuro l The Powder P uff Football gome was onother of R oque!". ofter Ichoo l ocliyities She hopes 1 0 attend college t o stud) bu"ness admInIstration. BARBARA EILEEN GEDDES Octobe r 20, 1950 Colon, Republic of Pan ama Barbaro hos b een (I member 01 Ihe Fut ur" Nurses Club Ih.o ... gho ... hIgh cnd was (I P,nk C"I 10' two y .. o.. She wos (I mojorette lor two yeon ond on Grrl,' Drill Team f a one. Intromurol 'poll, hal ,aken up SOme 01 Borboro's l ime and she was 0 homeroom representatiYe lor two years She choirman 01 Ihe Junior Senior Banquet and attended GIrl S Stale. A s 0 senior, Barbara worked Yery hord 05 a member 0 1 Ihe Carrbbean slafl. WILLIAM RICHARD GEDDES J anuary 19, 1949 Colon, Republic of Panama BIll, who has 0 special i nleresl i n goll ond fishing, h as attended Canal Zone schools l or 11 yeatS. Alone t ime h e had a pope. route in Galun. Los t summer he worked on the "USS Connecticu t which took him t o Alaska, Japan, and many olher parts 01 the world After graduation. BIll plans to enter the Merchant Mar i nes K ATHERINE ANNE GEGG April 30, 1948 Colon, Republic of Panama Kathy spends a good par t of her lime participating in club odi y i t ies. She 01 0 member o f the French Club, the Glee Club. and the Future N urses Club, and has been a clinic worker. After groduotion, Kathy plans 10 become a nurse and wor k with children. STEPHEN ROBERT GEGG October 24, 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone SIeve 's a v ery ac tIve s t uden t in CHS. He hell been manager o f football, track. baseball, and basketball t eams. He partici pated in class a ssemblies and was a member of the Caribe Club, "11" Club, Fre nch Club and T orrid Zone WIzards H e i. a member 01 the National Honor Society and this year held the hIgh position 01 S.A Pre sident. Outside 0/ school, Steve ,..orb as a student allistont in the gym NANC I NELL GERCICH March 15, 1950 lynwood, California Nonci has been i n Conal Zone schools all 0/ h er l ife, except i n h e r junior yea, which she spent or Flor ida H igh in Tallahallee, Florida. She has been active in the Caribe Club, F uture Nurses Club and a m embe r 0/ the Car ibbean Sta/l. She w o rked on a T hesp ian ploy and participated in in tramurals t hroughou t hgh school. N e xt year Nanc i plans 10 allend a univerSIty in southern Californ i a N anci N e ll Gercich

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ME TS ORDERED Luis V. Gordon LUIS V GORDON May 30, 1948 Colon, Republic of Panama A local boy tuis comc 1 0 CHS Irom Son Jose HIgh School in Colon He hal bun ocl,Y", In ond 0 member of Ihe "C' Club Ih,ough. out high Id.ool He ;1 also (I member of the Spanuh Club. tuis hopei 10 el.her Iludy 10 be (I Spani,h leocher or go inlo the Mef(honl Mcrinn. WILLIAM HENRY GRAHAM April 9, 1950 W aterloo, Iowa TrQck, bosketball, ond footboll hove tolen up a 9'eol deal alW,II', olter Ichool time HIS Ichool Itme i, token up by the "2'" Club, "C" Club, ond The splons. He i, Sec ,Treal. of Ihe "21" Club, Secretory-of rhe "C" Club, and 801l"I,on Commander. Alter high 1Chool, Will pions 1 0 ollend college PATRICI A MARY GREENE February 13, 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone Pol, who hos ollended Conal Zone school, throughout h ig h school, spent POrT of her senior year In Tollohouee, Florida, going t o UniverSIty School. WhIle in CHS, she was actIve in the Future Nunes Club and P ,n k GIrlS k a junior, Pot pOlt iclpoted In the dOli assembly and ollended GIrls State She was a member of the Prom Committee and Ihe Hom ecomIng Comm,lIee She has been very a ctIve n bosbtboll and volleyball inlromurals for three yean. Pot plans to study nuning at Northeastern Univeulty In Mall oiler groduOloon LOUIS PHILIP HAKANSON July 2 3, 19 49 Brook.lyn, New York. Lou Wen I Irom manager 10 pItcher in baseball. He IS 0110 in Ihe "c" Club and was In ROTC during his jun io r year. He was homeroom alternate and now holds th. job of LIfeguard L ou plans to attend colleg. oiler groduoloon PEGGY ANNE HALE OCTober 19 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone During Peggy's hIgh Ichool days she has kep I busy in and Oul of school. She hal portoe'poled in Clan AssemblIes, SpoilS Day, a Thespian ploy, In tlomurols and the Powder Pull game. Peg was captain of the "A" League basketball team and has aho been on Ihe "A" league valleyboll team, dance cammilteel ond the Trodewind and Caribbean staff. She is vice pr.Sldent of C A A She served as the commander of the Girls' 0,,11 Team and 0 homeroom r.presentoIIVe. Sh. ent oys water ,kiing and uwi ng ,n her spar. "me Peggy attended C"h State and now plonli t o attend college She WOI aha a member of Ihe NotIonal Honor Society FAYE ELLEN HALLBURG August 24, 1950 J anesville, Wisconsin Faye .s a new student Ih" yeol. Prev ious ly, she attended Balboa H Igh School and b.fo'e she wen! 10 Cenlfol K,IIOP H Igh School in SIlverdale, WashIngton and N OrTh Klhap HIgh School in Poulsbo, WashIngton Sh. IS a member 0 1 the T,odew l nd Stoff and parTicipated in volleyball intlomurols. Faye plans to go to college and Illen work MARCELA ELENA HILZINGER February 6, 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone Marcelo .s a very act.v e student. For four yeall, sll. hal been a member of Futul. Nunel Club, COllb. Club, and To,,,d Zone WIzards. Sh. IS 0110 a member of the Language Lob Club. Athlel', DromollCS Club, C A A. P,nk G"Is, and she IS ed,tor of the Trodew,nd. She act,ve ,n spom and has been on ,II. '"A"' League yolleyball and balteoml and has porllClpated In YOIIOuS .nlromural sparls She ha, been a member of the NatIonal Honor SocIety since she wal a junIor and she attended G"II Slole. MOleelo hopes to allend college and William Henry Graham P atricia Mary Greene I Louis Philip Hakanson Pegg y Anne Hale Faye Ellen Hallburg Marcela E len a Hilzinger 21

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louise H Hixo n LOUIS E H HIXO N M ay 26. 1950 M obile, Alabama This beIng her nlnlh yea r In Canal Zone schools, Sluy has por tlcipoled In Ihe Fut ure Nurses Club, PInk Girl" Girls Orill Team and Ihe Powder P uff Foolball Gome Sho attended Girl. Stote In her [unlo r yoer end wu on th e Cerlbbeen steff in h er senior yee r Siny hili held Ihe Job of Ilfeguerd III Coco Solo ond Mllrgllr lla P ool Her f uturo p lan. aro to attend a sec r e t llrlallchool JAME S ALLEN HOlCOM B M erch 8, 1950 Freeporl, New York JIm I, new to CHS. Prev lou. ly, ho attended St louis H igh School In H onolulu, H awaII; S(I(Illde H igh School In M onlerey Collfornl8 ; end Farmingdale High School In Farm I ngdale, New York. He hal e .pedal Inlere, t In music, sporls, and sailing. After gradua t ion Jim hope, 1 0 go to col1ege and then enter the Novy. CAROlY N SUE HOlLOWAY September 25, 1949 McPher son, Kan .. Sue came 10 C H S lIS 0 JunIor Before comIng to t he Canal Zone, she attended high school. In Ohahtlln Sludl Arable, St Bloise/ NeuchatQI. Swhzerland. lind In WestmInster Callfornlo. She hili been active I n t he French Club end Intramural . Along with being In the Powder Puff FOOlboll Geme she Is a member of I he Carlbbelln s l a ff and "'51 served a. a homeroom r op resentatlve She has worked on vlI,lous dllnce commlllee . Sue pions 10 go t o Cllnol Zone Col1ege 2 2 LINDA AN N HOOD October 14, 1950 Columble, South Caroll"" Unde has been an active member of ROTC for two YOlln as Drill Team Spomor and ill Batt alion Sponsor As II sophomore she served as clan secretary lreasuror She was e homeroom represenlltlve the next year and Ihl' yeor .he Is secrelary of Ihe Teem She Will a SadIe Howk ins Prince", and Will on the Linde plans to go 10 Wor1h Busi ness College DENNIS REX HUFF February 21, 1950 Colon, Republic of Ponamo Dennis has been IIItending Cono l Zone schools for twelve years H e hos been very ac1ive In Ihe ROTC progrom porlicipallng four yeors H e was Drm Teom Commander in h i s iunior yeer ond toF Compony Commander in his senior yeer He hos served as 0 homeroom representalive and 0 homeroom alter nate H e pIons to go to college J ame s Allen H olcom b linda Ann Hood Dennis Rex J-iuff SENIORS BEGI l T O PRE P A R E FOR THE F T U R E Carolyn Sue Holloway Colle e n Hu son Nelson l u i s Izquierdo Jr, D ouglas M J o nes Ma y ra E. J ova COlLEEN HUSO N December 25, 194 9 Colon. Republic of Panama Steve George J ackson Colleen has been active in t he Coribe Club fo r three years, tut o r ing and teaching on Student Teachers' Doy. She has a special Interest I n Bio logy an d collecting insects, ond hilS been a member o f Torrid Zone WiZllrds Colleen has also been a member o f t he Art C l ub for two years, o nd served as president Colle e n o !!end ed Girls State as a junio r and holds t he p osillon o f sec r etory o f her c h u r ch. N E L S O N L U I S IZQUIERDO JR. August 22 1950 San J uan, Puerto Rico Nelson came 10 C H S in his iunior yea r With a special interest in sport s ond imtrumenlal music, h e was on the foolbllll team and a member of the band. Before coming 1 0 CHS. Nelson attended Fayellville H igh School in Nor,h Caroline, and An t illes H igh School In Puerto Rico. He hopes t o aflend college after graduation. STEVE GEORGE JACKSO N October 17, 1949 Winston Sa l em, Norlh Corolina Steve's special inlerests include fishing and motorcycle racing. H e enioys doIng both of these i n his spare time Afte r grodu Ofion, SIeve hopes 1 0 r eceive a Pan Cana l apprenticeship as an etec1rician DOUGLA S M J ONES April 21, 1950 Salr take Cit y, Ulilh Doug who has been 0 member of t he Dramotics Club lind Thesp ions for three years, i. now president of t he Thespians H e has been i n ROTC end participated in Clan Assemblies fo r two yeors I n his freskmon yea r he was vicepresident of his class H e has held on after schoo l job as a lifeguard a t Coco Solo and Margltila pools His fulure plans include at tendi ng college. MAYRA E. JOVA June 2, 1949 Manhallan, New York Before coming 10 CHS, Mayra auended Woodrow Wilson H igh School in Colifornio In CHS, she has been active in the Spanish Club and Drama Club ond participated in the Powder P uff F ootball Game Riding horses and doncing are some of her speciol interesls She plans to allend college in the future 23

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Nora Margaret Kirkland Michael C. Kredell Carmen E lizab e t h K r e,e h 24 Ni e h olas Alexander Klasovsk y Martha Ann Knight Elizabe th D ean Las her SENIORS EXPERIENCE A N ORA MARGARET KIRK LAND January II, 1950 Aneon, Cana l Zone No,,;. I, on" 0/ CHS' s sporl! """ded seniors She hOI partIcipated in Sport' Do)' f o r ,h,u years ond basketball intromurols th'oughoul high school. As 0 soph o more ,h" WOI on Ihe "B" leogue Volleyball Teom, ond hos be"n on Ihe "1\" league Volleyball Teom for Iwo yeo IS. Noro woo ,n the Powder Puff Football Gome in h", senior yeo. and wos o n a champI on bgdm nlon learn She woo in Ihe Junia. Cion Auembly and hOi (I .peelal ,nle'esl ,n draWIng corloOnl She pions 10 ollend college, and hope. 10 leach .. lem,,"'ol), Ichool in the lulure. NICHOlAS A LEXANDER KLASOVSKY August 17, 19 50 Cristobal, Cana l Zone 80,n In Cristobol N,d hod hot 11 years 01 "dueo"on in COllol ZOlle schools He en laYs outdoor sporls luch as ,killd ; ving, Illhing, olld hunl illg. He also has a speCIal interest in molorcycles NIck's luture is still un deCIded. Alter g,oduotlon, he will ellher enler college, a Irode school, or enter Ihe lervlCe MARTHA ANN KNIGHT Januar y 16, 19 44 Marsh all, Texas Ma"ho has attended CHS lor one and a half yean. She come in her ,unlo, year and graduated ollel the .Iirs t semestel 01 her $ellior year Previously Martha oltended high Ichool in La Marque, hoo She enjoys gardenIng and gourmet coo k ing lor her hUlbond. MICHAEL C. KREDELL July 11, 1950 P orTsmouth, Virginia M I ke who hOI been III Conal Zone schools S I IlU Klndelgorten, has a speCIal inle,eU in tlock As a junIor he was an the CHS team, participatIng In Ihe 880 yard dash He was also a member o f Ihe I/ock team in his senior year Upon graduatIon from CHS, MIke hopes to oltend college. CARMEN ELIZABETH KRESCH August 8 1949 Colon, Republic of Panama l I Z has been attendIng CHS for three years In her freshman year she .... enl to 51. MOly's Academy i n Colan She partIcipated in volleyball .n',omurol, and played the posit i on 01 End in Ihe Pa .... der Puff Football cI:n G"h State alan ob,erver She hopes 'a continue her educolron 01 Canal Zone College. ELIZABETH DEAN LA SHER June 19, 195 0 H arrisbu rg, Penn sy lvania Belley's speCIal ,n'.rells are science, mUlic. and .... immlng. She hal been a member o f I he Fu'u,e Nunes C lub, P,nk G,d,. and hopes 'a be came a nurle In Ihe 'ulu,e. She .... os a bond offICer III her ,enior year. She partICIpated In Spar" Day and .... os a member 01 the language Lab Club Her ,nteresl 'n s .... ,mm,ng has helped her obloin a job 01 Gotun pool, whe,e she II p,e,ently employed as a lIfeguard Belley attended (jllls State In her lun,or year.

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Stephen E Laurie VARIETY OF ACTIVITIE S STEPHEN E. L AURIE J une 10 195 0 Ancon Canal Zone has been Y'tI)' (lChv", in the CHS sporh P,09.am H e 'etlered in football in hll nnlQ' ye or. He was aha acTive i n bo sketbgl', hod:. ane baseball. SIeve hos been (I member o f Ihe Gall Club and II .. : "2' Club Alter groduollon '10 m I\lgh Ic hool SIe v e pions t o ollend college. DAVID LEE July 3 1,1950 Colon, Republic of P anama Dovld, who hell (I 'pecial inleres l in photography and o r i, the Pho tography end Sporll Edoror o f rhe Car ibbean. H e hos b een (I member of rhe Co"be Club and rhe French C l ub Ih,oughout h is hig h schoo l yeo'l, AI (I lenIo r he served 01 Hlst orion o f the Frenc h Club. In odd,t,on 10 th", Ogvid plQyed 01 (I junior end wo s on t he football leom in 1111 senior yeor He ouilled var ious dance committees with h i, oil David plans to continue h is educotlon w.th the study 01 med ICine. LINDA LEE LEO N Februar y 1-4, 19-49 Honesdale, P ennsylvania Unda hos been ot CHS since her sophamore yeor. She ottended G Irls Stole, ond wos her Junior Cion Secretory ond H ome room Representotive l lnd o has been 01 C H S since her sophomore yeor. She ollended GirlS wo. 0 Pri ncess o n rhe 1966 H a mecomlng Court She nOW live. in Colon wllh he. husband ond baby. Stephon i e ELIZABETH ANN LEWI S May -4, 195 0 Brunswick, G eorgia Belh spenr porI of her l ime porllCipohn g i n olrer .chool .porl . She ha l been 0 member o f G A A far lour y ears o nd hOI bun on b O lh Ihe "A" ond S ;ogue volleyboll ond leam She was Ihe GIrl. 0 .. 11 Team os a sophomare ond Ih" yeo he was co-capl. of rhe Powder Pull Foolboll Teom. Selh wos in rhe Ful ure Nurses Club, Pink Gi.I" o nd the Solety Club A. 0 .enior .he wos on ROTC .ponsor fa. F '" Compony was on Ihe H omeco m i ng Cou.t, and served o. T reasurer of h er clan Belh h opes 1 0 become an airline hoslen. BETTY MARY LINK February 14, 1950 Colon Republic of Panama Belly has been ,n Conol Zone schools since She has been oct've .n volleyball bodminton int.amurall. I n her .enior yeor .he played Ihe pellt lon o f guard in the Powder Puff Foolball Gome. Selly worltd on the 11011 01 Ihe Trodew i nd Alter groduot i on .he plan. Ie: allend Conal Zone College TERESA MARIA LUBRANO July 21,1950 Brooklyn. New York Tereta new or CHS. At a previoul 1(hool. S"hop Roymond A. Kearney H'gh Scheel in Sroo.lyn New Yor. .he opplied her ;ntereu in science ,n rhe SCIence Club for thfee years. She wo. 01.0 on rhe Student Act ,,,,t) C ounci l beIng Culturol Chairman in her saphomore year. Terelo enioy. bulll ,gh l. rrovel ,ng, lew,ng, and pointing She plans 10 ouend Conol Zone College then wO' I Davi d L ee linda lee leon Elizabet h Ann Lewis Betty Mary Link Tere sa Maria Lubrano 25

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Patrick A l an Manc h e Maria Rosanna Marks 26 Joan McCullough Neil S. Maxwell W INTER WOND E RLAND PATRICK A L A N MANCHE April 3, 1950 Chicago, Illinois Before coming 10 CHS, P at allended school at Beaufort, South Carolina, and Balboa. H e enjoys music and has held the job of a musician. H e was 11 staff member in the ROTC. Pal's fut ure plans are to join one of Ihe armed services. MARIA ROSANNA MARKS June 3, 1950 51. Petersburg, Florida Maria ,"'ended Burges H igh School and Irvin High School. both in EI Paso, Texas, before coming to C HS. Although she has only been here since April of 1967, she has worked on the Tradewind and Caribbean staffs. She has rece ive d an Art and Drama Award and has held Ihe jobs of a veterinar ian's assistanT and carhop. Maria plans to attend college, but not immediatel y after graduation. NEIL S. MAXWELL November 16, 1950 New York City, New York Neil has been very active in track for two years. H e became a "C" Club member in his senior year H e was crowned Queen Cornelius of the Powder Puff Football Game for the Senior Class. H e has been on the ROTC Drill Team and Colo r Guard. He plans t o attend college after graduat ion. JOAN McCU L L OUG H Oetober 20, 1950 Colon Republi c of Panama Joan has been very active in the sports program at C HS. She has been in G A .A., A and B league volleyball and basketball. Sports Day, the Powder Puff Football Game, and Girls Drill T eam. I n h e r sen' ior year, Joan was a cheerleader. She also was in Girls State. Future Nurses Club. and Pink Girls. Her specia l interests are riding horses and going to the beach. She plans to allend college in the future. FRANCISCO LEOPOLD MciN T YRE March 7,1950 Ancon, Canal Zone Frank has been in Orchestra and ROTC the four years he has attended CHS. H e has held the job of a salesman in the Free Zone Fran k enjo ys music and art. He worked on several dance committees. His future plans have not yet been decided. THOMAS R. McLEAN March 1 0. 1950 New York City, New York Tom has been an active participant in the clubs at CHS. He has been in the "C" Club, 21 Club, Thespi ans, and the Knights of Columbus. He h as been on the baseball, track, football. and basketball teams. Tom was a Powder Puff Football Cheer leader. H e plays a good game of golf. He plans to become a Nuclear Physicist in the future. F rancisco Leopold Mcintyre Thomas R Mclean

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!PRESENTED BY SENIO RS Joseph Daniel Morgan JOSEPH DANIEL MORGAN April 6, 195 0 Colon Republic of P anama Joe hOi been an aclive member of the Sponilh Club, Ca rib" Club languege tob, and Ihe RIlle Teom. He hOI been on v.her guord, on 0" sistoi'll commander of the ROTC Drill Team and "E" Company CommOrlder. 10e hal been president of Ihe SPOil's!' Club H e enjoyl dancing and ploying t he violin in rhe His fulu.e plans inell/de (I m,I"ory cereer oher coliege. PETER DAVID MORLAND May 2, 1950 Ancon, Zone In addition 10 participating on Ihe foolboll and t roti, leoml, Pele was the monoger of ,h. Senior Team of Ille Powder P uff Football Gome. He hal bee" 0 member of 'lie "21" Club and porticipated in Ihe pony league and Coyuco rocel Pere hal herd Ihe j ob of a enlist! director and he plans toortend college altergraduotion. CLIFFORD JOHN NIEVES December 9 ,194 9 Ancon, Canal Zone Clrfford has porticipated in the music department at CHS. He hos been in Sand OlCheslra and the Oi.ieland Band He hos oho been in Thou pions ond language lab. Clifford rece ived the Notional Chora l Award in hIS junior yeor ond he hos been 0 Bond Of/reer for the past three yeors H,s future plan is t o become a music director JUDY ANN OBERHOlTZER January 28, 1950 End icott, New York Judy has been an octive porticipont in CHS activit i es. During her senior yeor, she was VreePres i denl o f the The spian!, T reasurer of CM, Home. roam Alternote, and CoEd,tor of the Cor ibb eon She organlud the P owder Puff Foot ball Come She was President of her sophomore doss, H lStorlon of the Fut ure Nurses Club and H o meraam Repre sentotive. Judy argoniud the Cirls' 0,,11 Team and served a! Anistanl Cammonder Com monde., and Eucutive Manoger She directed the Freshman Allembly and portlC i poted in Ci.ls, Car ibe Club, T orri d Zone W izards, Sofety Club Intromurols and vorious dance committee!. She was choirmon of the Homecom i ng. Judy hos been Chorus Accompanis t ond organisl at schaa l assemblies and weddIngs She wos .. Iected Covernor of C"ls State and sent to Was hington, D.C. os a seno l o There she was oppointed Secretary of the Navy. She WIll otrend N iogaro University ond major in Nurs ing. MIGUEL OTERO May 8 1949 San TUlce, P uerto Rico M Iguel hal been on the team in hIS freshman and senior year!. He come to CHS f'am Waynesville HIgh School i n Minau.i and hos par. ",'poled in the ROTC Miguel plans to enlill in Ihe A i r Forc e In the future AIDA PADILLA May 14, 1950 Rio P iedra s Puerto Rico J.,do has been on actIve member 01 t he Fut ure Nurse's Club. Sponi.h Club ond language lob. She WOI elecled treasurer of the Spanish Club AIda ollended Ant,ll.es H Igh School ,n Puerto R .co, and FItch H I gh 5<.hool i n F or t Old, California Her f uture plan ;s to pursue a ,oreeros a secretory Peter Dav i d Morland Clifford J ohn N ieves Judy Ann Oberholtzer Miguel Otero Aida P adilla 27

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Ann Cecilia Parker Andrew Pritham Stephen George Radel 28 Mark Andrew Paulson William Thomas Price David Bruce Rainey SENIOR S SHOW ACTING ABILIT Y ANN C E CILIA PARKER January 3,1950 Ancon, Cana l Zone Ann became a member of tbe G A .A. in her senior year and has participated in intra murals and Sports Day. She was a member of "A" and "B" league volleyball for four yea rs As a senior she was on th e "A" league basketbal l t eam. Ann has served on dance commillees and worked with th e Powder P uff Football Team and class assemblies. She allended Girls State and now plans to allend college. Ann works at the Margarita pool as a lifeguard. MARK A N DREW PAULSON June 16, 1950 Ancon, Canal Zone Mark has been allending Canal Zone schools for twelve years. H e has been in th e "C" C lub for th e past two years and was elected treasure r in his sen ior year. Mark participated on t he swimming team in his first three years of high schoo l and was on the football team in his junio r and senior yean. His futur e plans a r e s till undecided. WILLIA M THOMAS PRICE May 12, 1949 Cristobal, Cana l Zone Besides fishing and h un t ing, Bill e njo ys fixing motor cycles in his spare time. Working fo r th e N o rth Ame r ican Van lines has t aken a lot of his tim e. After g raduat ion, Bill would l ike to join the Navy or enter a trade school. ANDREW PRITHAM J une 27,1950 Cristobal, Cana l Zone Andy has been a member of th e Cristobal H igh School ROTC program for two years. Andy enjoys hunting and fishing a great deal in his spare time. Upon graduation in May, Andy would l ike to allend college in the states. S TEPHEN GEORGE RADEL July 3 1 1950 Colon, Republic of P anama Steve was a member of th e Cristobal H igh School band in his freshman and sophomore years; was in track in his fr eshman year and swimming in his f reshman, sophomore and senio r years. In his spare time, Steve enjoys motorcycles. His future plans include going to college in San Antonio, T exas. DAVID BRUCE R A I NEY August 9, 1950 Ft. Bragg, North Carolina Bruce h as been a member of the "C" Club for two yean and was active in the junior assembly. H e was also a cheerleader in the Powder Puff Football Game in his senior year. Bruce has been on a football team all through high school. H e has h e l d t he honor of 2nd Lt. in ROTC. H e came t o C H S as a junior. Previous l y, Bruce allended Balboa H igh School and Westside H igh School in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Denise Rainier I N THE SPIAN PRODUCTIONS DENIS E R AINIER August 23, 1950 Phoenixville, Pennsylvania P articipating in basketball an d volleyball intra murals has t aken a 101 of ChiChi's time. She h as been a member of the F uture Nurses Club, was an o r igi n a l member of the Girls Drill Team, and a member of the Safety Club. She has been active in all class activi t ies. I n her senior year, ChiChi was a homeroom alternate and was chosen as Jamboree Queen. Upon graduation, ChiChi would like to go to college or to a business school. BETTY JEA N REDDIN February 28, 1950 New lexington, Ohio 8efore coming fo C HS, IiJ lfy attended Fayetteville Senior H igh Schoo l in Fayelleville, Norfh C aroli na. She was a member o f F uture Nurses C lub in h er junio r and senior years and a member of Pink Girls. Belly enjoys cooking, sewing and t rav eling. Betty's future plans are 10 go fa Canal Zone College for a year. W I LLIAM P ATRICK REIF February 3, 1 950 Cincinnati, Ohio Bill has been an active member of ROTC through all his high school years and is also a member of Ihe Boys Orill T eam. H e enjoys hunting. Next year Bill plans to attend C anal Zone College. BRUNILDA REYES June 22, 1950 Bayamon, Puerto Rico Bruni Ida is a new student Ihis year. Before coming to C HS, she attended Oentsville H igh School in South Carolina. She has had a job working in a laundry and cleaners. Brunilda was a member of a Spanish Club and in her freshman yea r she was also Ihe reporter of Ihe club. Among many other things, Brunilda enjoys jazz and pop music, horseback riding, swim ming and dancing She plans to attend a Commercia l Secre tarial College or to become an airline hos t ess ROSA LYDIA REYES November 22, 1949 Caquas P uerto Rico Rosa attended Augsburg High Schoo l in Germany before coming to CHS. She enjoys sports and has been active in volleyball, b a sketball and the Powder P uff Football Game. Rosa has worked in a nursery school and after graduating, she plans 10 become a beauti cian L O I S ANN R I CHMOND September 9, 1949 Ancon, Canal Zone l ois has always had an interest in art and after graduating would like to go to Canal Zone College for a year or two and then go to an art school. Lois enjoys sporls very much Othe r than CHS. she has attended Harrison Central H igh School in Gulfport M ississi ppi Bett y Jean R eddi n Wi ll iam Patric k Reif Bruni lda Reyes Rosa L y dia Reyes lois Ann Richmond 29

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R o n a ld Turner Robson R O N ALD TURNER ROBSON July 25, 1950 Miami Flo rid a Hot lad., and SpOilS cars are Ronold's speciol int erests ond upon grod uot,on, Ronold would Irke t o become on e le Clficol engineer. Bel o r e com ,ng to CHS, he attended .chool in Howo, i and wo.ked as a salesman at a lumbe. yo.d. He is a membel of the Boys 0,,11 Team E M ELIN A EST HER R ODR I G UEZ August 12 1948 Panama, R epublic of Panama Emelina woo on ocrive po.ticipont ,n rhe Powder Puff Football Game ,n her senior year. She h as played in volleyball introm urols and f,nd, ,t c .peciol .porl. Emel,na was a member 0 1 Ihe Spanish Club ,n her jun,or and .en,o. yeon. Upon g.oduation Emel,na hape, 10 arrend a By!!nen College or Canol Zone College H ANNA R E B ECCA ROWLEY March 19, 1950 Whitesville, West Virginia All Ihraugh h'gh "heal Hanna has been ve.y oct v e in ,ntlomural sports and Sport. Day. She mod e "B" League volleyball ,n her sophomo'e yeo "A" League basketboll ,n her junior yea r and A League bo.ketball in h e r senior year. Hanna was on outs t ond,ng player in I he Powder Pull Foolboll Game ,n h e l seniOI year Olher than b eing interested in 'ports he enjoy. poin l ,ng and read, ng Upon g,adual ion, Han na wauld lIke 10 go to a nursing school GARY LEE SALTZ J une 17, 195 0 Columbus, Ohio G.ave d,gging, work ing ,n a .estauronl and dllving tractors lor a sta l e lalf are job. Gory has held Gory a member of the Oromolics Club and ROTC. He !etle'ed ,n lennis in h .. junior yea r Befare com,ng t o the Conal Zone, Gary o uended Washington H igh Sch oo l in Ohio. Al! er groduOlion he wovld toke 1 0 go 10 college ond then enlist ,n Ihe Navy SYDNEY JOSE SASSO J R October 8, 1948 Pana ma, Republic of P anama Belore coming 1 0 CHS. the Pan American Club, Spo""h Club, French Club, Art Club and 'nl e,oCl Oub look a lot 0 1 Sydney's I ,me He gal an awo,d I.om the Spanish Teaching P,og,om and was Vice Presidenl 01 both the A" Ctvb and the Voice 01 Sponrsh Club. Sydney enjoy. tollecl,ng slamp. and coins After groduol'ng Irom CHS. Sydney would ei lhe, I ,ke 10 slvdy in Panama, go 10 Spain to study Political Sciente SUSA N ALICE SAWYER August 2, 1950 Colon, Republic of Panam a Be,ng a member 01 the Ca. I of A nd Then Th,re Wele None and Inlle,,' 'he Wind, a member 01 Ihe COlibe Club a member of the Futu.e NurSe! Club and Pink Gills, a member 0 1 Ihe O,omol,,, Club, and on '",ginol membel 01 the Glfls 01111 Team has loken a lot 01 Sue"s t,me In he' senior yeo., Sve a member 01 the Notional Honor Socie l y, was named co-editor 01 rhe COllbbeon, and AnislO,"" Commander 01 the Girls Drill Team, received the NMSOT leller 01 commendation, held the closs ol/'ce 01 secrelory and beta me a member of Ihe l hesp,on Soc,ety. She has been on ochve member ,n oiL closs ossembtoes She otlended Girls Sloleand plans 10 go 10 college in the loft. 30 SENIOR BANQ UET PRESE NTED Emelina E st h e r Rodriguez H a nna Rebe c ca Row l e y G ary lee Saltz Sydney Jos e S asso Jr. Susan Ali ce Sawyer

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BY THE CLASS 0 F 1 968 Marvin Robert Schul t z Dale leslie Scott b Randall Ric hard Smith Sylvia Sue Smith John Gilbert Sollas Marvin Ray Sco tt MARVIN ROBERT SCHULT Z February 9, 1950 Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi Buddy has bee" a membe, of the "e" Club in iuniol (lnd lenio. yean. HI! ha, bee" ocl,ve In loc/boll, bOieball, swimming and tro c k Buddy's special in tere s l s ore surfIng ond all wale. spons. Belo.e com,ng 1 0 rhe Conal Zone, h ottended Fraszc< H Igh School on Soulh Dokato Alter groduatlng. Buddy would lIke to go to college Or j oin Ihe ormy DALE LESLI ESCOTT December 6, 1949 Colon, Republic of Panama Dole hos hod many outstanding hanD .. in he' lI,gll school yeo.s He, alhrellc (lcllvd,e! ."dude captaIn of the cheerleod,ng squad, of which she was 0 m embe r fo, th,ee yean, "8" Leagu e in bo,ketboll "nd volley. b"ll, "A" teoglle ,n volleyball. and a membe, 01 G A A She wa s ele,ted S.A, vice p'e,idenl 10' he. jlln,o. yell' and home,oom ,ep,e,en!ot,v" la, th'ee ye"", She w"s 01.0 elected vice p'e.,d en! 01 he' sophomore closs and ha, been a membe' o f man, elyb., Ca.ibe Cillb, Fulw e NII,ses Club and P ,n k G"ls, AI Ihe 1967 Cal ibbeon Girls Slole, Dale was elected Lt" Gove.no. As a .eniar, Dole wo! a member of Ihe Hame com,ng Call. I. He' f lllu'e plans ole t o attend college and mojo' ;n bu"ness odminist,o I,an MARVIN RAY SCOTT February 27, 19 5 1 Fort Worth, Texas Morvin ho, bun a,t,ve ,n I.ock, bo,eboH and swimming in his jun;o' and senior yeo". He partICipated in 'he jllnior closs oS5embly and hod major .ole, ,n bolh The!pion ploys in h,! .enior yeo. In his 'pare I,me, Morv,n enjoy' I,shing and gol/'''g. Afte. g.odlloloon in ","oy. he would I,ketoott"nd,olleg" RANDALL RICHARD SM ITH May 1 5, 1950 Panama, R e public of Panama Randy has bee" a!lend'''g Conal Zone .chools 10' Iwelve yeol!, He enjoys hllnl'ng in his spare t ,me and on weekend!. H e wcrk.,d on tobl., deco'o' loons lor Ih" Chrislmos forma; ,n his sen '0' year, Rond(s IlItll'" plan' have nol been decided as yet SYLVIA SUE SM ITH May 16 1950 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Sylv,o "as wo,hd o n the T.odew,nd Sloff as a 'ypi,' and ,epo,'e' Belo'e coming 1 0 CHS ;n her illn;o' year, she attende d Buller H'gh $(hoo l in Allguslo. Geo'9'0 She at'ended Gills Sto le .n her illn'or year. Sylv,o enjoy. sw,mming playing volleyball, and hOI a s"eciol ,nle.e,' ,n music. Alte, she wOllld Ioke 1 0 attend college JOHN GILBERT SOLLAS May 27, 1950 San Jose, Costa Rice John"s ,nte,est in H, f, and Sle,eo os well os collecling ,ecord. Alte' g'Odllol,on, he ... allid 10 specialize as a .eca.d,ng eng,ne". John has held iobs 01 Ihe Motta Inle,nolionol and Pe ika rd Inl e.notion ol at Ihe Fre e Zane He has been a membe, 01 Ihe Spanish Clllb 10. Iwo years and in Ihe high schoo! chO!II! 31

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Norman Specto r Robe rt Scott Spence r J oh n R o d man Spil l ing 32 Hermelinda S tone Dav id Agus fine Summerlin MA Y ARRIVES; COMME C l NORMAN SPECTOR J anua r y 19 195 0 A ncon, Canal Zone Norm hen been On ouhtand,ng athlete In lootboll, and tlock all through hIS hIgh 'Chaal yean. I n his senior year, NaIrn co-captaIn 01 the loatboll team and also mode t he All Stan t eam Norm been a member 0 1 rhe 21 Club and ROTC. H e was both trealurer ond VICe PreSIdent of thp "C"' Club Norm was kIng o f the SadIe H aw k ins donee ,n h,s sophomore year and on hon o r graduate of leadenh'p School in h,s sophomore and lun,or years. Upon groduoloon, NO","1 would l Ike to Ollendcol1ege ROBERT S COTT SPENCER M a r ch 1 1 95 0 Pro v idence Rhode I sland Scott wa. a member of the "21" Club, Co"be Club, french Club, language lob Club, and the AthletIC Coune,l He was 0 cheerleader l o r the P o wder Pull football Game and an active member in ROTC. H e part,c,poted In football, .w.mmlng and treck SCali was e lected dOI$ vice p.e"dent end Ballol,on Execuhve Ollreer in h .s senior year Scon's .pec.ol .nteleSIl ale and mOlofCyeles He would I k e to ollend college 1 0 s t udy intellectual development and m nd expandIng JOHN RODMAN SPilliNG S e ptemb e r 8, 1950 Ne w Orl eans, l ouisiana John hal been Ihe aSllltonl commander of the C"stobal HIgh School B.oY' 0,,11 hom Golf, baseball and basketball o.e a few 0 1 Ihe ,partl John entoyl f a one year he allended East Jefferson H'gh School. Alte. graduatIon, he would I,k .. to ollend South .. ast .. rn Un,vers'ly and lake AfROTC 1 0 became on oll.cer In Ihe A,r f orce HERMELI NDA STONE Febr uary 14, 19 48 Panam a, Repub lic of Panama I.mo .... 01 a member 0 1 Ihe Sponuh Clu b n her junlo, and senio. yeoll. po.tlcipated ,n basketball and volleyball i ntromUfols ,n he. freshman yea In her spore t I me, Irma enjoys sewing or .eadlng a good novel. Alter groduohO n she 1 0 allend college for lou. year. 1 0 receive a degree.nbu"nell. DAVID AGU S TINE S U MMER LIN December 29, 1949 Denver. Colorado Erovld hOI been on actIve m embe r 01 Ihe french Club language lob Club 01 well 01 ROTC. He was ples ident of the SpanISh Club and a h omeroom .epresentotlve. He wa s a member 01 the Call b e Club Dovid s ,pecial ,nleresll a.e foreign languages, mu,i, and dancing. Aller grodu O l ,an, he w ou ld l I ke 1 0 bec o m e a U S d lplomol alter ,tudying d I plomacy and ,nlernal,onal law. WILLIAM S TEPHEN SUNR I C H December 6, 1949 R ome. Georgia Steve come 10 CHS In h sen,a. year Before comIng to the Conal Zone, he attended foyPliev llJ .. Senior HIgh School i n foy etrev,lIe, Norlh Cora Jrna He wal on ,he trod team du"ng h" fle,hman yeo. and a member 01 t he Pep band f or two yeoll. He r eceIved many award, i n band. In elud,ng Ihe NOllh COlolino All Band Clinics Award HI! special in lelull are mUll, and science Steve plonl t o b eco m e a b ioc hem i st in the future William Stephen Sunrich

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TIME E A R S H ALERO N E ARL WADE No vembe r 14 1950 Collins M ississippi Hal hal bun o n member of rhe T orr i d Zone W i u lfds and she D.omaliC1 Clu b In h l unio t yeo r h e WOI also o n Ihe T rodew i nd SloH 01 welt 01 0 member o f R O T C. H e enjoYI lenni, and b owl i ng, booh m ol o rcycle s, loj l i ng ond h i h om ro d i o H o i hal been a po per boy and w orhd 0 1 0 robleho p 01 Ihe Got..," Yoc ht Clu b H oI WOI Ihe M osler C o un ci l o r o f rhe Demo lo), gnd C hople. Chief i n t h e Order 0 1 r he A"o w PATRI C I A ANN WAGG ONER Decembe r 7, 1 9 49 Co lo n R epublic o f P a n ama Pol hal been D c t i ve i n i n tro m ura l sporrs, and hal m ode h e AIiS l o l earn s in boske tball and v olleyball. Pol WO I elec t e d J u n io Clou P r esi dent and H u lo. i on 0 1 r he Conbe Club S h e hal po.lici p a t e d i n ploys a nd ha l been o m ember of GilA F ulu,e N urses C l ub o n d I he T orri d Z o n e W i zordl. POI hal been a Ilud e nl onislonl l o r Ihe Summer Ret.eolion Progrom 01 t he Golun Gym After grodUOl i ng POI would lik e t o otte nd the Univenily of Flo r id o ond f ollo w 0 cou r s e o f study leodi ng 1 0 a d egree i n occ o llnl i ng RICH ARD ALLEN WAINIO Ap ril 20 1 950 Colon Republic of Pan a ma R .c hord come 1 0 CHS f, o m Balb o o rh, s year. H e i s a memb e r of the "21" Clu b and wa s on a c t i v e member o f Ihe lettermon'S Club whe.e he h e ld Ihe off,c e o f vice p r e sid ent n h i s iun i or yeor In h isse n io, year, he WOI elec l e d t ,eolurer o f t he Naltono l H o nor Soc iety. R k h hal a c t i vel y por l ic.poled i n bosbtboll, foolboll and Irock He WOI c ocoproi n 0 1 the All Z o n e bos k e lboll leom ; n h il i u n io r year, a nd on S A representoli ve i n hOI f r e lhmon a nd so ph o m o re yeon. P AUL ROBERT WASH A B A UGH D ece m b e r 1 7 1948 Colon R epubl i c of P a nama Pa u l wh o hal attended C H S h o ug h iun i o h igh ond h i g h school, hopei t o go i n l o Ihe Army. H e hal been on the t.oc k teom f o r tw o yean, par. t"ipoli ng i n I he BBO yo.d d a l h H e w O I a m embe r o f Ihe R ifle Club Poul wOI in R OTC ond WOI o n the CHS Boy's O iI! Teom 01 0 soph omore ondillnio r SHERRIE ANN WEBER O clober 5, 1 950 Fori Benning G e orgi a She."e s h i g h school yeon have been busy o nel. S he WOI e lected D r ill T eom C o mmonder R OTC Sponl o r Juni orSen i o r Pro m Chairma n, Ihe Jun i a cloS! vice pre lidenl, H omeco m ing Ou e en S A r epr elento l i ve. Sod e H a w k. i nl q u e e n and cOcopl o i n o f Ihe P owder P uff Foolboll Tea m f a / I h e seniOIl Sherr i e aI/ended Gills Slale and hal p l a yed i n ;nl/omuro l Iporls After g roduOlio n Sherr i e w o u l d I b 10 oltend college. MARY E V A WEBSTER Dec e m b e r 24 195 0 W aukesha Wiscons i n Among her many a"iviliel, Mary hal been a c i l z en o f G irls Slole a member o f t he COl.be Clu b l brory Clu b a nd I he longuoge lab C lub S h e held Ihe offICe o f pres,dent o f l.brory Clu b i n her Ilin i o y eo r H er spee. ol ,nterells o l e m U l k ond 1 l erolu.e. M ary hal spen l much o f her I ,me lu l o rrng n molh ond Engl' l h Mary plOnl 10 ottend R i pon College. Paul Robert Washabaugh Haleron Earl Wade Patri cia Ann Waggoner Richard Allen Wai n i o Sherr i e A n n W ebe r Mary E v a We b s ter 33

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34 SENIORS BID FINAL FAREWELL TO C H S Arthur Weiselogel Margaret Loretta Will Reginald H Yearwood Tho mas Carl Wiggins Keith W r en n PRESENTLY IT'S OVER, YET NEVER FORGOTTEN ARTHUR WEIS ElOGEl May 3, 1950 OceanpOT t New Jersey Arthur has been in Cana l Zone schools since kinde rg arten. H e was a member of Orches tra t. His fulure plans are s lill decided. THO MAS CAR L WIGG IN S February 7, 1950 H illsdale, Michigan Tom has active l y played basketball. foo t hall and baseba ll. Among his special interests are skin diving, scuba diving and hunting. Before aflending C HS, he attended J onesville Hig h School. T om is slill unsure of his future p l ans. MARGARET lORETTA Will September 1, 1950 Colon, Republic of P anama Margaret has been aclive in Future Nurses Club and was a Pink Girl in her sophomor e year. She has been a member of t he Caribe Club in her l as t three yea r s o f high schoo l at tended Girls State and was a very active player in the Powder Puff Football Game. Margaret has been very ac t ive in afte r s c hool sports including voileytennis, volleyball, basketball and badminton She made the "A" league basketball team in her s e nior year. M a rgaret was president and P ublicity Chairman of th e Caribe Club and was a homeroom representative S he worked as ushe r elfe at th e Coco Solo Theater. KEITH WRENN N ovember 12, 1950 Colon Republ i c of Panama C Club, 2 1 Club, National H onor Society, S G A A Foot ball, Basketball and Track have all taken up part of Keith's time He was also the "C" Club President an d P resident of the 2 1 Club Keith's s p ecial interest is s p o rls H e plans t o a!lend college in the futu r e REGINALD H YEA R WOOD December 25, 1949 New York, New York Among his hobbies, Reggie enjoy s basketball, ice hockey, and motorcycles. H e belongs t o the C H S Boys Drill T eam and is now the commander Reggie wa s a homeroom alt ernate in his sophomor e yea r Reggie a!!ended Bur gess H igh Schoo l in EI Paso, T exas H e plans to be an accountant t echnician. Seniors not pictured: Jerry Chism, Tom Chism, Ja ck Coberly, E ve l yn Menges Tom Mclean

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HALL OF FAME CHOSEN BY CLASS OF 1968 MR. AND M ISS C H S Steve Gegg Dale Seoll MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Susan Sawyer, Keit h Wrenn FRIENDLIEST Fred Dejesus Chris Baas 35

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W ITrIEST Reggie Yearwood, l ouise H ixon BES T D ANCE R S D oug las J ones, Denis e C o l ema n MOS T AT II LET I C MOS T T A LE N TED 36 Peggy H a le, Norman Specto r Judy Oberholtzer, Dav id Lee

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BES T DRESSED DeSha Dade SIeve laurie MOS T I NTELLEC TUAL BES T LOOKING Marcela H i lzinger Alexander Chong Denni s Huff lin da H oo d 37

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MARGARITA NURSERY SCHOOL -MAY 27, 1955 Out of twen t y graduating student s f rom Margarita Nurser y School, twel ve of them continued to attend Canal Zone Schools for their remaining twelve years They separated to attend d iffe rent elementary schools but were Fton, row, f. to t.: Paldi Gregery Susan Sawyer, luis D iaz, Den ise Rainier, Billy Bowen, Claire Ellen Schecter, Kenny f ield, Diane foulkes Talila Caslro. Back row, I. to t .: Steve laurie. Beth lewis. Sieve R adel, Cindy Walson, Ted Bailey, Esther BUIZ, Tom Mclean, Judy Oberholtzer, Chri s Workman, Colleen Huson, not pic. t u r ed: Keith Wrenn. brought back together in the seventh grade. The y were together for their eighth grade graduation and will graduate together from high school to once again go on their separate ways. CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL -MAY 23, 1968 Front row, I to T .: Susan Sawyer, Denise Rainier, Keith Wrenn. B ack fOW, I '0 r.: Steve laurie, Belh l ewis, Steve Radel, Ted Bail ey, Esther B utz, T om Mcl ean, Judy Oberholtzer, Colleen H uson, not pictured, Kenny Fields. 38 .. r __ =.",.",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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SENIORS SHOW A M ULTITUDE OF EXPRESSIONS DeSh a Dade and Carol B ell Barb a ra Geddes Pete Morland and Steve laurie B r uce Rainey Chris Baas R ichard Wainio Mont y B e l ange r Belh Lewis D ave B e lt Nick Klasovsky Ann Parker Denise Rainie r 39

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42 JUNIORS -This year the Junior Class has a to tal of 134 students, 55 girls and 79 boys. They started the school yea r by electing their class officers. Billie Marsh was elected president with Steve Gabriel as vice-pres ident and Barbara E issing as secretary-treasurer. Judy Fon g was appointed secreta r y-treasurer when Barbara left One of the major even t s of th e year was the Powder Puff F ootball Game in whic h the senior and junior girls played a close game. later in the year, Mari Hanl y was appointed chairman o f the J unior-Senior Prom. On February 1 4, seven juniors were initia ted info the National Honor Society. They were: B arbara Bradley, Gilda Cedeno, Alber t Chong, Judy Fong, Mari Hanl y, Danny Lee, and Brenda Richardson. ACCUSTOMED TO CONFUSION, CONSCIOUS OF SENIOR RI GS AND A TICIPATING THEIR SE lOR YEAR.

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Cecilia Alberga Steve Alle n Kishu Assanda s Tom Baas lee Banks lucinda Barragan lena B arrows Robert Beall Annie B e nero Donald Bensen J ay Bensen Barbara Bradley Hap Brandenburg Brooks 43

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Ken B rook. John Buru Rosita Cabrera Pedro Candela r io lIa Crabb Richard Currier Alvaro Davis Kathy DeTore Clldo Cardona H arty Caroy H arry Castro John Diu D avid Dohte L uis Dominguez Gilda Codeno Gerald Chen Eddie Egg er Jackie E vans l Omar Chipsen Albert Chong Rogelio Clough J ohn Cook Ernie Faris George Favor i te Howard Favorite B ruce F errel 44 45

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Jerry Finneman Miriam Figueroa Judy Fong Jimmy Ford Jjm Freeman Sieve Gabriel Debbie Garner Phyllis Golden Doug Mclain seeks Mr. Bock's help on puzzling malh problems Carmen Gonzalez Joe Gonzalez Mike Green Barry Greer 4b

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Nan cy Gregory Mari H an l y Marvel I g l es ias Mary H uffman JUNIORS PREP ARE FOR SAT BY TAKING PSAT SIeve J effries Sam J enesky Charlie H ealan Ronnie H olloway Bar bara Hughes linda H uson N orman I vill Stan Ja nasiewicz Harry Jones Jo lynn Jones 47

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N i k i t a Kallul a s Maria Kerle y A n t hony K i n ge r y Frank Knight S t ephanie l awson D a n ny lee Germa i ne l emm S ue l yman 4 8 Llo yd K i lgore I A ugusto l ara K neeling : masco t FroM row, I 1 0 r .: S Gabr iel. L. D om inguez W Vam pr ine, G Egger, D S e n son M i ddle row, I 10 r.: H Cas t ro, J Wei gle, S Allen S Richardson B ack row: R Smith R olie M ans Sharon Kilgore S illie M arsh F rank M art i n Robert M cAfee Jami e Meeker ROb ert Miller SUPPORTERS Do u g Mcl ain L uella Morales J erry Morg a n E d m un d M yers Keria P an i za Chick Panons Warren Pallon C he ryl P i n t o B rian P l aisance 49

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Randy Rainey Carm en Reyes Maria Reyes Rachel Rice Jose Rivera Luisa Rivera Enrique Rosania Bru ce Richardson Maryann Sa5so Magari Shuford Per ry Shuford Kaye SmiTh Ron n ie SmiTh STeve SmiTh 50

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Michael Springer R ichard Swain Sylvia Steibritz Dawn Valentine Walter Vamprine Humberto Vernon Sharon Walker Margie Ward Steve Gabriel Caryn Watson J erry Weigle Marie Wheeler Gary Will Rodney Yearwood John Z i z i c 51

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52 SOPHOMORE CLASS TOTALS Mrs laurie, the class sponsor The sophomore class is the largest class in the h igh school '..vith 153 students. Mrs. l aurie is the class sponsor. A t the beginning of the school year the class elected their officers, choosing Joan Kurzdorfer as president, Ann H i r ons as vice-president and Mike Meisinger as secretary-treasurer. With the freshman class, the sophomores sponsored thei r Shipwreck D ance at the C H S gym in February. Carmen O r tiz and Modesto Padilla were c rowned queen and king and two freshmen J ackie Springer and Raul Castro were in their court. Music was provided by The Love Chain ClASS OFFICERS: Joan Kurzdorfer, president; Ann H irons vice-pres ident; Mike Meisinger.

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15 3 S T U DE N T S Charlene Alberga E leanore Allen Luis Arocho M irsa A y ala Dar y n Barger Donna Barger Barbara Bassel M i t chell Blanchett R ichard Bock Timothy Brooks Bruce Brown SIeve Brown J immy Buller Marie Burghard t F ernando Candela r i o Linda Capps R i ta Cardenas l Nor e Car ey John Carlisl e L uis Carlo P e t er Carlson George Cebolle ro M arie Cedeno Mallhews Cedeno 5 3

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54 Margorie Coffin Carol Colgate Joe Cronan Steve Cross Alice Crouch Tina Currier Dee D e L app K a thleen D ockery Evan gline Dohle Clay Dowell Debbie Duncan Michael Edwa rd s Sheila Endara Nelson Escribando Mike Finneman Brian Fleckenstein JOH CARLISLE WINS SPEECH CONTEST

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A D A TRIP TO W ASHINGTOI J ohn Carlisle, a sophomore won the Voice of D emocracy Con test from the Panama District. The contest is sponsored by the Amer ican legion. J ohn won an all expense paid trip to Washington, D .C. for one week to th e nation wide contest. Deanna Flora Edward Forsyth e Jane Gabriel Sue Gallardo Faye Garne r Joe Gattis Jean Geer Frank Gtavas J i m Gray Dou g Hale Eddy H annah D avi d Hea lh Cinda H e lmerichs Juan H ernandez Thomas Herro n Joe Hickey 55

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56 Ursu l a Hill Eugene H ollan d Jean H ousley R andy H ull D onnls Hughes Sco ll HUTChInson W alle r lIund Brandt Irion Barbare Ivlll Darryl Izqulordo Edgar DoJosus Alollls Johnson Lonnlo Johnllon Vicki Keufor Anne K l enzlo Merk Krodel! Jemes Kunkel Joan Kurzdorler Lurs Lee E velyne LeGrandt 0 1 1-10 DA CE WELL ATT E r DED Charles lloyd Deborah lyman MargareT M cDona ld PaT McGruder Elicia Mc1nT y r e Le.B e M are k Jeannelle Mayes Michael Meisinge r Brenda Morr iso n linda Newmen P atricia Newman Susan NewTon D ioncsia Nieves Joey OberholTze r Bob Olrich JoAnn Olsen Carmen Ortiz 05"rOrTiz ModeSTo Padilla ..... 57

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58 Debra P o l ite Madeleine Powell Sarah Pritham Iris Quinones Mary Rawlings Mary Redman Elaine Reeves Alfred Richardson Mark Robbins laurie Robi son Gloria Rice Eile e n Ridge N ick Rivera David Robertson Gary Robertson MariTza Rodriguez Milagro5 Rodriguiz Steve Saltz Odu5 Short EdiTh Smith James Stuart Terry Smith Robert Spilling Vicki Springer SOPHOMORES LOOK FORWARD TO

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J NIOR YEAR WITH HIGH HOPES Albert Taake Susan Tidwell Carol Torslenson Ronnie Travers Kim Turley Donna Valentine Allen Valentini Melinda Vaufhan linda Vaught James Washabaugh Gary Watson Vicki Weber Edwin Webster Penny Wilde r luis Wong Chris Workman Dila Workman 59

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Standing, I to T : Dennis Maxwell, vice'president, Mr. Mazzoni, sponsor, Gary Collins president. Seat ed: J udy Mcl ain, secretary-treasurer. 60 The Freshman Class started out at the beginning of the school year with 1 44 students, but by the beginning of 1968 it had increased to 150 and became the second largest high school class. In the first nine weeks of school three students in all the schoo l made the "A" Honor R oll and two of them were freshmen: l ana Boone and Pa tricia Powell. Twenty one more freshmen made the "B" Honor R oll. Two other freshmen who have done very well are William Parker who won a prize in the essay con test for dental hygiene and N ei l Patton who did well in track and who was the only freshman initiated into the "C" Club. Mr. Mazzoni class sponsor.

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Ronald Allen PhilberT Arel lano J r Elizabeth B levin s Kath ryn Burgess P aTrick Allickson PaTricia AusTin H arry Blevins Donald Byrd Jay Alonis N ilda A yala William Bloomberg Donna CamoesaS Greta Anduray Robert Barr lana Boone Norris Cardenas J ulio Aponte Jean Bassett Viv ian Boseman Raul Castro lett row, back t o 'ront : Tom Kredell Fred Cole, Jo e Slover, Allen Farnsworth Center row, back to f ront; Tony Klasov sky, Sharon Golden, Tommy P inka rd R ight row, back 1 0 fronl: Jo e Valencia Donna Camoesas, Sonia Co llazo E lba Arce Jan Bjorneby J effery Buchman C ynlhia Cease 6J

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62 Bui lio Che n Sonia Coliazo J eaneTte CO)( David Edwards Daniel Ferguson John Funderburk Caleh Clement Gary Collins K alh leen DeRaps R a lph End e r Orlando F igue roa P aul Gallage r Fred Cole Agnes Colon D avi d Diaz Allen Farnsworlh Sleven finh Calherin e Ge rcich Wendy flores Marla Goembel Above Caleb Clement Kennelh Forlner John H annah

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Allen Harmon Mark H erring Steven Jacquez-Gomez Antonia K!Jsovsky Ann Lauritzen John Martin Kim Harvery Frederick HighlEt,y B ruce Janasiewicz Thomas Kredell Ingrid loya Dennis Mallwell D iane Hauke Robin Hood N o r ma Jimenez R ichard K resge Shelley L und Judy Mclain PaTricia Hayden Nancy H uson Ma r ilyn Joyner Connie L aFave H ila l yman Sarah Mclean Isaac H e r es Stephanis lilies Sam Kaiit ani D avid L arimo r e Annelle Mancuso KaThryn Milligan Anthony H errera Eric Irio n Kathy King Joyce larrabee Joseph Mancuso C arla Mohr 63

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64 Carmen Mulero Raquel Padilla Tommy Pinkald Balbara Rainey Gloria R eyes Orlando Rivera Robert Myers Palli Palker Ingrid Portier Rhonda Rawlings Paul Rhodes Son i a Rivera Keith No wick i William Parker P atricia Powell Anna Reyes Alma Rios SCOII Rodgers Annamaria Nunez N ei l Pallon Kathy Rios Lindo Rodligo Leroy Olsen J ane P aulson Above, Connie LaFave Jose Rivera, Jr. Fabian Roman H ilda Otero Richard Perra \ I Mildred Rivera W allace Russon, Jr.

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Douglas Steve ns Gary Sun rich Henry Sad a Janet Smith l ydia Santia g o Carlos Solivan E ligio Thomas Daniel Valentine Judy Warren Woodrow Valen t ine Wayn e Weis e logel Pedro Santiago Diane Soyste r George Scheibe Sherry Sparrow Mrs. Campbell and Joe M ancuso Sy l via Vamprine Karen Westerberg Miles Vaughan l abrenda W i lson lynn Selstad Gregory Spence r Gary T urne r James Walker Jenny W i rtz Edward Shepa rd J ackie Springe r Joachim Stover Jo se Valencia lynn Warr en MerrillW ohl m a n 65

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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT ASSOCIATION MADE U P OF SEVENTH AND E IGHTH GRADERS Do ug l as Jeffer ies Jr. H igh S A presidenl presides a l it regular mee ting Mr. Robitaille. at far r igh t is the sponsor for the organization. Other officers afe: Chr isty Loizeaux, vice president; Janet Soloman, secr e t ary; and Jimm y Gewin, Treasurer Sonny Jones, L eland Cummings, N evia Candelerro, G aspa r Sayee, Nickey Scofl, Judy Allen pa c k Christmas boxes. A specia l projec t of the Jr. H igh S A. this year was the donation of food and preparation of Chri s tmas boxes for dist r ibution to needy people in Colon.

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SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 208 Front row, I to r .: Marie Faris Deborah Soukeep, Nivea Candelario, Allen Richardson, Sancho Manzano, J erry ValenTini, Edwi n Markana Second row, I. t o t .: Judy Langston, Elisabeth Cieplik, Debra Me e ker, Edward Golden, James 8arr, Cristobal M onoz. Third row, I t o T.: ChriSTian lashe r Peggy Miller Guerini, Anne Stoheer, Gary Mar sh, Ralph Zachry, Gary Carlson. F ourth row, I. to T.: K atherine McClean, Elena Maxwell, Belly Bradley, l inda H uff, Reina Herrera, Edward Bringas, Jr., Mr. Jacobs. TOTAL OF 379 STUDENTS ENROLLED I N THIRTEE N JUNIOR-HIGH HOMEROOMS SEVENTH GRADE H OMEROOM 206-Front row, I to r .: Gerald Coffin, Corin a Moffet, Ann Cir ulli, Roura Ramos Robin H artsho r m, Miss Carr. Second row, I to r.: Joseph SmiTh, Stephen Aponte, William Mosb y, Chris Court, Mounyen Lyman, M artin Schiffbauer. T hird row, I to r.: Jorge R ivera, Brian De Raps Kath eri n e Bravo, Janet Goodwin, P atricia Chancey, Cheri Barnhart, Robert Sada, P atrick Hogan, R a lph Hepner, Peter Pacheco. Kathie Danielsen, Joseph Ender, Sharon H elms. 67

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SEVENTH GRADE H OMEROOM 250-Front row, I. to r .: I vy Ortiz, Ileana Asencio M ichelle Robbins Susan B u rge, Mari an Crouch Frances Rae. Second row, I to T.: Henry D ingman, Fernando Cardona, Barb ara Bloemer, Elaine A ustin, T ina lopez. Thlfd fOW, I t o f .: Susan H elmerich s Ronny R aen05, N e l son Ortiz William Morgan, Dale L ibby, Frank Adkins fourth row I 10 T .: Christophe r Cox M ark McKinney Peter Goldman, P alue Jordi, I na O ye r Carlos Peniche. f iflh row, I 10 t.: Margaret P a rson Angel Mejia H ar r y Dowell Osca r Perez, M anuel Munoz Mr. Koziol. b8 SEVENTH GRADE H OMEROOM 309-Fronl row, I to T.: M arc Denis, K athy Burd ge, Judith Menges, Brian L ove, Robert E stes, Ezora Sweet Second row, I. 10 T.: Michael Hayden, Karl Archuleto, AIIOfrO hlono, EdYThe M ars h Esther A rce. Third row, I. 10 T.: Joann Reid. Belly Garner, D iane Caroll. Judith SmiTh, Simon Jones, David Rawls. fourth fOW, I to f.: Rodney Taylor, Jacob Wohlman. Nekelah Adams J udith Tomlinson, Wanda Velez, M r McCullough Fifth row, I. to T .: Jose J ohnson. Dianne Vickroy. Deborah Greene Susan Willis, Kathryn Bush

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SEVENTH GRADE H OMEROO M 307-Fronl row, I. to r.: C a r en M ar t inez, Maria Reyes, Raymond R ober1so n S co t L oizeaux, T om Cross, Ubaldo Collazo. Second row, I. to r .: P e t e r Sanchez, Jeffery Barrow, E lizabe t h Wainio, T erri Overstreet Faye Mosby, Joan l angs t on, M ichae l Bjorneby T hi r d row, I 10 f.: Wanda A tcherley, Robin SharI, Jane D ahle, R icardo Heath L eland Cummings. lonny Sloul, Hugh Rodgers. Fourth row, I to r.: Mr. Robi t aitte, Paulette Atticson Maty Spivey. Ricky L ampkins, Marilyn Bax l er, Jeffery Blevins SEVENTH G R A D E R S FACE NEW ROUTINES SEVENTH GRADE H OMEROOM JDS-Front fOW, I. to r .: Gaspa r Sayoc, Alph onsa Q uashie, E ulus Clemons, J r., M rs. R eifkohl, linda Hodgson, Noe lia Or1iz Alvarez, lisa E scribana. B ack row, I. to t .: Deborah S tudebaker M elinda B r o w n. M ilenia Solo, Judy Doh l e, Susan Wrigh t Karen H elms, J udy Allen, R obin B oc k Pedr o Simmons, Rau l Chia ri, Jenny Sanc h ez, Robert Nordsttom. William M a lone, William Constanlini, Bernard Pruill, George Cruz Ricky G arcia. D aniel Chin. 69

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SEVENTH GRADE HOMEROOM 247-Front row, f to r.: P aul Rive r a, N ancy Ridge Doris Manz ano, Gil Apoiac a, T om Balls. Second row, f to r .: N i na Gerc ich, Johnnie Hun ter, Iris Valentin, N ancy Gregg, Ray H unter, Guy Damiani. Third row, I to r .: Rona ld Mayes, Arth u r Bridwell, Timoth y Blanchard, P a tr icia Rodriguez Nitta Flores Fourth fOW, I to r .: Richard P a rker Gay Gurtiz a, Jose Bravo l inda Merrick Kathleen Bro w n Mrs Youn g. B ac k f O W I to f .: Raymond Hernandez, Marilyn Studebaker, Caro l Ann R oach, Judy Newman M eliza B elg r ave. EIGHTH GRADE H OMEROOM 304-Ffont fOW, I to t .: Susan Mulak y, Mich ae l Snider, Stanley Osle r Stephan Fugleberg Carlos Asencio, Bitt Sasso. Second row, I to t .: N a ncy Edmo nson, Debbie Cheshire, Ana J imene z Sharon Beard, Debbie Griffis, Mark H anley. Third row, f to r.! Donald Mans, P aul B aiter. luis Ackerman, Robert Tschumy, Elia Ortiz, Janet Solomon. Fourth row, I to r.: Ricky Dawdy, Richard Davis, Mardelle Gamer, Brenda Egger, Sheila Sawyer. Back row, I to t.: Robert Bloemer Jr., Deanna Koslo wsky, K aren P eter, P atricia Hogan, Mr. B e rger.

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EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM t22-Kneeling, I. to r.: Doug Jeffries, John M arqua rd Billy Dea lon, R ogel i o N oli, Vernon Alexander F i rst row I to r.: M a r io Marks, Mary Norval, Kathy Cease, Ada Gonzalez, Ruth Gonzalez, Dionne Holland, Judy Simmons, Debby Pate Cathy Carlisle, Rhonda Kennedy. Second tOW, I 10 t.: Ja y Caudill, MyrTia Colla, J ose Roman, Mary Woklman, M i k e Wood, Janice Carlson, Ronny Williams, Richard Cuplik, Mr. J effries, luis Solivan, Michael Minehart, Ehukai l eris. JUNIOR HIG H S START DAY I N HOMEROOMS EIGHTH GRADE H OMEROOM 347-Le/l row, Itont to back: Tom as AponTe, Daniel Carter, Zan Green. Second row, fro n t t o back : Gerianne Blanchelle, J une lIund, Charles Morris Gary Scheibe, Eud oxia Robinson. Third row, front to back: H enry Bonellino, Joyce lruill, Roger JohnSTon J acqueline Parker Beverly T ipton. Fourth row, Irom to back : Regena Cardenas, Mark Collins, Marcia J unkin, Ralph Richmond, Richard ValenTini Stand i ng, left to right : Michael Apaoaca Delia Mulero, Karen Currier, Susanne Cardona, M arian Kredell, Ralph Sanchez Margie H olloway, WiUima L eDoux.

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7 2 EIGHTH G RADE HOMEROOM 242 -Front r o w I to r.: linda Wilson, Elsie Belhumeur, Ann a Dye r Connie Clemons, H i lda Cebollero Vernon Ferrer. Second row, I to r : Andrew May, Carol Wertz, M ichael Barger, Jody Knight Susan Zackery. Thi rd row, I t o r.: Nilda R amos, Sharon Smi th M a r c P arker, Cheryl Caudill, Brian Allen Fourth row, I to r : L oisa Thomas, Roberta C o l e Carlos Brown, Debb ie Gooch, Oscar Mart inez, Jr Fiflh row, I 1 0 r .: Ernest A b r esh, Frances Kingery, John Meeker III, ",'IIrs M c Naughton. EIGHTH GRADE H OMEROOM 30B-Front row, I to r : K e nn e th H ill, Karen Guerini, B a rb a r a Banks Cecilia H errera, Christina Loizeaux, Robert Warren Bacle row, I. to r .: M a ria Boon e, Joh n Burdge, Danny R ivera, P a tri cia P aine, William Huff man, Christie Atkinson, Sharon Do sser, L arry Hedman, Emilie Dan iel, Aurelia W illia m s, Fred K a rd ons ki, Catherine Terwillige r Alfred Dietz (has B erna r d, Angel Velez, Cynthia Moose, Michael Foscal ina, Mrs M eehan. E IGHTH GRADERS PImPARE FOR SENIOR I HGH

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-, I EIGHT H GRADE H OMEROO M 303-FrOnl row, I. to t .: Mike Spagna, J immy Gewin Raymond Ramos, Robin Prilhum, Carol Ross, Richard Webster, Mr. Palumbo. Secon d row, I to r.: Janel Brandenburg, Gladys Rodr iquez, M arian Gregg, L eigh t o n Cedeno. Patri c i a H ill, D e br a Grissom. Third row, 10 t.: Deb orah Rowley, Arn alda Mendez, l andr;s lee, Jr., J o!.ep h Roznieski, J u lio McGruder, Debor ah Peder son, Peter Swain, William Gillespie, Sonia E stel,}, Beverly lengslon Clifford Ferrel, Julia J imenez, Joun Johnson, J ack Currier, Dennis Raps. EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROO M 245-Front r ow, I to t .: R i T a Boyland, Dolores Sant iago, Micheal Heat h, Fredrick 5app, Ann Terwilliger. Second row, I to r.: Do nald Shirley. J immy M a li a, M arlene Rice, Ileana E scrikano T hird row, I to r.: N elson N ei k ard l Carmen Reed, Susan Ridge, J immy Barraza, Glen Baker Four th row, I to r.: louise Palmer Cke f y l Coleman, SIeve Skobe, l ynn Goguen, Pam Teague, Elizabelk Rodr iquez. Fifth row, I t o r.: Harr y Townsend, Elide R eyes, Marfa AnIon, Donn a Graham, Debra Boswell, M iss Siebrands

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1 968 CARIBBEAN STAff-Seared, I ro r.: David lee, Peggy H ale, Judy Oberholrzer, Sue Tidwell, Sue Sawyer. S r anding, I. ro r.: Nanci Gregory, L ouise H ixon, Ann Parker, Barbara Geddes, Chris Baas, Sue H olloway, Gary Robertson, Brandt Irion, Ann K ienzle, Jimmy Bulle r K a ren B ell, Sonia Callazco, Carla M ohr. Forbidden t erritory t o most students, room 246 i s the place where the Caribbean is c reated each year. The sponso r of the yearbook i s Miss Sie brands, who is also the journa l ism tea c her. Jour nalis m students learn the te c hniques used to prepare a book for publication and usually work on I he yearbook. The slaff of Ihe 1968 Caribbean worked continuous l y t o produce t his yea r book. A layou t must be planned, copy must be written and typed, h eadlines and spaces for pictu res mus t be drawn and photographs must be identified for each p.ge of Ihe yearbook. The edilors and slaff breathed a sigh o f r elief as the final deadline was met in Feb r uary and the dummy was mailed 10 Ihe publishers. l ouise H ixon Sue H olloway, and Ann Park e r work on t he senior section of Ihe Car ibbe an. E v eryb ody tries t o do his b est and Sissy H ixon and J immy B Uller achie ved il.

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s t udies copy Gi'lry Robertson diligently. bara Geddes types WE DID O U R BEST! B uller can type len words Rosie Photographer D avid lee p a minute! .-lflii plete this yearbook. ut in many hours o f work to com l ou t with faculty ed Siebrands Geddes. Colleen H uson an

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Cheerleader s, cocaptains an d queen await the sfart of J amboree. L. to r.: E R idge, M. H anly, K D ocke ry, D Scolt, B Eiuing. J McCullough. C. Ortiz, A. H i rons M Belanger, D Rainier, N. Spec t or. VICTOHY BELL A TNOUNCES TIGEHS' WINNI G OF THE JAMBOHEE Queens presenTed a t J am boree pep assemb ly. L. to r.: K. Wrenn, J HunT, W. Graham, M P aulson, J H unt, R. Wainio, M. Belanger, D R ainie r N Spector

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QUEEN CHI CHI REIGNS OVER JAMBOREE FESTIV l TlES T o pep up T iger spirit before the Jamboree, the traditional snake dance and bonfire were held the night before t he game. W ith a mighty roa r Cristobal's T igers burst out of their den, tore through the giant paper T ige r stretched between the goal posts, and charged onto the field to the cheering of their fans. This marked the beginning of the 18th Annual Jambo re e, held at T ige r Stadium on Fri d ay, September 22, 1967. Cris tobal H igh Sch oo l Canal Zone College, and B a lboa High Schoo l competed in this game to open the 1967 int erscholast i c footba ll season. There w e re t e n can d i date s for C r istobal's Jamboree Queen and D enise R ainier was elected from these by the Senior C l ass. "Queen Deni se" was presented to th e school at a pep assembly held F riday afternoon. She was crowned between quarters by co-captains of the CHS football t eam, Monty Belanger and Norman Spec tor. The team presented Queen Denise with a miniature football on a chain in scribed with h e r name and the date. Q ueen J anet Hunt, representing Balboa High School, and her sister, Jerrilyn H unt, representing Canal Zone College were also crowned at this time by their foo tbalileams. The Tiger s played against their traditional enemies the Balboa Bulldogs and against the older, heavier and more experienced College Green Devils. The ga m e ended in a triumphant victo r y for the T igers. The ioyous ringing of the victory bell following th e g ame sig n aled o Tiger fan s that Cristobal had won. Co
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Queen Sherree I with escort Norman Spector. HOMECOMING DANCE A GREAT SUCCESS Dancing a Tamborito at Homecoming are Queen Sherree I and Norman Spector

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CHEERLEADERS: FRIENDLY AND TIRELESS L to r.: Eileen Ridge, Maria Han l y, Kathy Dockery, Barbara E issing, Dale Scott, Ann H irons, Joan Me Cullough, Carmen Ortiz. Cheerleaders Pep, energy, and true Tiger spirit is demonstrated throughout the year by the cheer leaders. Fro m the time they are chosen, the girls exhibit willingness to help and work behind the scenes of many activities. Thi s year the squad is composed of eight girls who practiced very hard to perfect their cheering techniques. Aside f r om th i s year's usual duties of a cheerleader, the girls had the difficult iob of teaching the boy cheerleaders coordination for the Powder Puff game. Cristobal and Balboa c heerleaders uni t e 10 generat e enthusiasm for Jamboree. L 1 0 r.: Maria Ha nly, Kathy Dockery, Eileen Ridge, Barbara Eissing, Dale Scolt, Carmen Ortiz, Ann Hirons, Joan Mc Cvllovgh.

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l. 0 T.: J Jones, E legr a nd V. Weber, M. Wheeler D Workman T Smifh, M Vaughan, M. Kerley, P. H ale, D. Ranier C. Bass, B Marsh R Cardenas, P. Wilder, M. Redman l. Car@y D Duncan, C. Alberga. EXCELLENT ENTERTAINMENT IS GIVEN D URING HALF TIME L '0 T .: Sharon Wa l ker Daryn Barger Barbara Gedees, Wendy Flores, Cinda H el merichs Girls' Drill Team I n their third year, the Girls' D rill Team perform dur ing football games and pep rallies and in the Veterans' Day Parade. D uring the first part of the year, Peggy Hale commanded the D r ill T eam and during the last half of the year J oan Kurzdorfer succeeded her. Under the direction of M r s. H arris and Mrs. F attorosi the girls spent many hours practicing, both dur ing the su m mer of 1967 and after school. Judy Oberholtzer, E xecutive Manager, assisted the sponsors. Although they wore the same unifo r ms, the girls exchanged thei r Garrison ha t s f o r g r ay berets. On days that they are s cheduled to perform the girls w e a r blue and gold dresses and matching jackets Majorettes T he ma jorettes added exc i t e ment and glamor to the half times of football g ames when they performed in glitte r ing gold uniform s and heavy fringe. The un ifor m of thei r captain, Barbara Geddes is identical to th e others but it is a royal blue. T heir day dress e s a r e blu e with each majorette's name in gold T he gir l s performed man y new and diffi c ult r ou t i nes. The m a jorettes per f o rm to the music of t h e CHS b a nd and mus t work clo sely w ith ba nd memb ers. 83

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Fron, row, I. to f.: M Ward, M. H uffman. C. Reyes A Benero, C. H errin g, S law son CocapTain B Marsh, l. Morales, Co-capTain J Jones, S. Kilgore Middle fOW, I. to t .: Coach J Be' nsen, R Cabrera, M Wheel er, G Cedeno, M Kerley Y Tchumy, J. Meeker. D Garner, N Iglesias, Coach H Brandenberg. Back row I. to t .: l. H uson, l. Barragan, R Rice l. Barro ws, K Paniza, Z Carrasco, M. H anly, N. Gregory, M Sasso, C. Alberga, K DeTore, D Valentine, G. lemm B H ughes. SENIOR BUNNIES POWDER THE P FF The first Pow der-Puff Football Game for C.H_S. was held November 22. The two days before the game were filled with peppy signs and cheers as each class, the Juniors and Seniors, tried to outdo each in s pirit. The girls played f lag football under the stadium. In the end, the Senior Bunnies defeated the Junior Great Dane s by the score of 6-12. Eac h football team elected their queen and court for their class. The Seniors chose N eil Maxwell as queen and Pe te r Baas and Dave Belt for the court. The Junior queen was Frank Martin and Wa r ren Patt on and Bobby Bea l l were in his court. The Senior court wore long blue and white formals and hairpieces while the Juni o r court wore gold and white mini-dresses and mod stoc k ings. The game activit ie s sta rted with a parade: a fire engine with each team's c heerleade r s was followed by each classes' contribution to the parade including five majorettes. The queens were crowned during the half time. A lot of work and cooperat ion went into this S.A. sponsored game. It was o rganized and led by Judy Oberholtzer. The Seniors pep was under the direction of R osie Butler and the Juniors followed Billie Marsh. The coaches for the football teams were Monty Belanger and Norm Spector for the Senior girls and Hap Brandenburg and Ja y Benson for the Junior girls. L to t.: M. Will, L. H i xon, M H ilsinger, J McCollough, l. Hood D. Scott C. Baas B link D Coleman S. Burgess, E Kresh, S. H alloway, K. Bell, Coach N Spec T or, Cocaptain B lewi s, M Jova, Co captain S. Weber, D. Rainier E Butz R Reyes, R. Ballou C. Huson, Coach M. Belanger, P Hale H Rowley.

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"Where H ave all The young men gone ... ?" L t o T.: Dav i d Bell, Neil Maxwell, PeTer Baas POWDER PUFF ROYALTIES Only Their hairdressers know for surel L to t .: linda Sue H uson, Warren Patton Maria H anly, F rank Marl in, Gilda Ced e no Robert Beall.

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L. 10 r.: Craig Firth Marvin Seoll, Hal Wade, Gary Saltz, lonnie Johnston. After a long dry spell in the area of dramatics at CHS, the Thespian production, AND THEN THERE WERE NONE, was p resented on November 1 7 and 18, 1967, in the auditor ium. The story told i n thi s three act p lay by Agatha Christie is a mystery concerning ten people invited to an island as gues ts at a weekend party. The guests are each accused of mur d er and, one by one, they are killed by an unknown person as just payment for their crimes. A revised version of the nursery rhyme, Ten litt l e Ind ians", is the due to the carefully planned murders. At the climax of the play, the insane judge is discovere d as the mysterious murderer and is in turn killed by the last two remaining charac ters. The play provided hair-raising suspense and many sur prises for the audience. Mrs. Freda Sto h rer spent long hou r s at r e hearsals as director of this play. The set for the play was cons t ructed under th e direction of Mr. Jesse H olloway. A seascape was pa i n ted by the Art Club fo r use as scenery in this play. Davi s, D avis is the name." L. fo r : Tom Mclean Craig Firth, and Marvin Seoll. AND THEN THERE WERE N ONE Barbara Bloomberg shoots as Stan J anasiewiez plunges forward. M EMBERS OF THE CAST Rogers Mrs. Rogers Fred Narracott Vera Clay thorne Philip Lombard Anthony Ma r ston Gary Saltz L ydia Santiago Jim Gray Barbara Bloomberg William Blore ........... . Stan Janas ie wicz .... T om Mclean Marvin Scott Lonny Johnston Sue Sawyer Craig F irth H a l Wade General Mackenzie Emily Brent Sir Lawrence Wargrave Dr. Armstrong ..............

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H e that t roubleth his own house shall inherit the wind. Proverb s 11: 29 Kneefing, I to r .: J O b e rhol t z e r a nd J S pilling. Standing f ront row, I to r.; W. Graham. C. F irth, P Hill, S F i r th, E R i d ge. S Sawyer, J Mcl ain, R B utler, M. Scali. Second row, I to r.: O. Barger, S. C allasco. D B a rger F Gardn e r D Mcl ain, S. J anasiewi cz T hird row, I. to r .; D. Izquie r do, D Byr d, P. Waggoner, B J anas i ewi cz C ll oy d J G atti s. F ourth row, I. to r .: H Wade. E Dosser. R. H ull. S. S p encer Back row, I. to r.: B. Rai n ey a n d Bodie Swain. MON K E Y TRI A L A T C H S Joe G attis swears in Bruce Jan asiewicz. as lawyers. Marvin SCali, Doug J ones and John Carlyle watch. I NHERIT THE W IND A l ive mon key and a hurdy gurdy are specia l props necessary for the T hespians' second play, Inherit the Wind, p roduced on March 15 and 16, 1968, under the direction of Mrs. Freda Stohre r A true incident, the famous "monkey trial" i n Tennessee, was used by Jerome Lawrence an d Robert E Lee as the basis for this play. Cates a young schoolteacher is on trial for teaching D ar win's theo r y of the descent of man from mon keys in a fervent l y r eligious town, Hillsboro. The case agains t Cafes is taken by the Bible fanatic, Matthew B rady, a famous lawyer who has run for presi d e nt three times and lost. Representin g C ates is H e nr y Drummond, who is known to b e a capable defender of the underdog. The towns people of H illsbo r o provide a tapes tr y on which the desi g n of the play is woven by the principal characters. I nvolved in this play is a tremendous cast of more than 40 people A difficult sta g i ng problem was solved by transf orming the auditorium stage into the town of H illsboro and then creating an addi tional courtroom scene in the area usually occupied by the orchestra. During the courtroom scenes, the townspeople in the play sat as spec tators in the first three rows in front of the au dience adding a new dimension to CHS theatrical product i ons.

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L to t .: s. Weber, J Me Collough, B. lewis, C. B ass, C. Firth J Oberholt z e r D l e e K Wre nn, A. Parker, D (aleman. B Geddes, D. Dad e, S lau r i e L. H o o d, D Huff D R anie r B Bloom b e r g. P H ale S Gegg, N S pec tor F Dejesus, R. B utler, S. H ixon, D Sea". HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCED AT W I TER W O N D ERLAND The Senior class arranged for specia l weather on December 16, 1 967, at the C.H.S. gym, i n honor of the Senior Christmas F ormal. T o make a Winter Wonderland the class created snowflak e s as decorations and big Christmas trees made of gayly wrapped Christmas packages. Coupl es danced to music by The L ovechains unti l 9:30 p.m. w hen t he danc i ng was int errupte d by the announcement o f the 1968 Hall of F ame. Mr. Richard Bock, as m aste r o f ce remonies, calle d each Hall of Fame winners and runner s -up to the front of 1he gym. After this p resentation the dancing continued and gay Christmas spirit was enio yed by all. Stud en t s e n ioy t hemselves al Christ mas F orm al.

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C ristobal H igh School Band gives a wonderful interpr e t a tion of Gallant Men Each year, the Music Departmen t p re sents a Christmas Festi val. The band and Girls Glee Club perf ormed, presenting d i ffe rent feeling s a nd in ter p r etations of their Chris t mas spi rit. The band gave a mus ical r endition of the Chr istmas Sto ry. It was narrated by Barbara Bloom berg. Stan J anasiewicz played a trumpet solo. T he Glee Club made the i r fir s t appearance in their new white dresses. A plea for "tet There B e Peace" i s sung by the CrisTobal High S c hool Ch o r us. J udy Oberholtzer a c compan i es T he Girls' Glee Club

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l. t o T .: A K ie nzle, D Valent i ne R Ballou, H Rowley, M H ilzi ng e r ed itor, C. H uson R BUTle r A H a r man, G. Rober Tson. L to r.: M Hilzlnger. R Spilling. A. Kienzle. R. BUller. M. MGrks. S Smith. R B allou. S Bush. B. Reddin. D Cameosas. Mrs Campb e l ', C. H uson, H Rowle y, E. Bulz, A H a rmon, G. Robertson, B Chen, D Valen ti ne, J Buchman, H Wade, S Walker. TRADEWIN D S TAFF WORKS TO ATfAI N COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE Comple te with ar t icles, advertisements, car t oons, and an occa s ional editorial, th e Tr adewind i s produced every fwo w e eks b y a large, hardworking staff. This year the news paper i s printed by a new process, the X erox ma chines, w hi c h m a ke it n ecessary to send the newspaper to Balboa by train to be printed. When the papers re turn, 90 they are distributed during homeroom p eriod to Student As sociatio n members. To in sure the interest of its r ead ers, th e articles are kept curren t and s timulating. The Tradewind is sponsore d by Mrs. P atricia Campbell, a new t eac h e r at C H S

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u ITED I N V ICTORY -L '0 r.: Mr. R i chard Bock, Steve Gegg, Barba r a Bloomberg, Alexander Chong, Keith Wrenr-. The Math and Science Quiz Show is held annually on seN television with contestants from both Cristobal and Balboa High Schools. This year is the 10th annual program and is sponsored by the Canal Zone Chapter of Professiona l E ngineers. The first ind ividual contest was won by Phil J udson of CHS. Another C H S winner was Carol Agee. I n 1966 Mark T roseth won second place in a very close contest. T his year the Cristobal team brought victory to CHS. Mr. Bock, coach for the team, says that this is an important contest because it is an in tellectual rather than a physical field. T he first eight programs were individual contests but this is the second year tha' 'he show has been by panels. The first two were under 'he supervision of Kenneth Venton, a former member of the Canal Zone College faculty. I n the succeeding programs, the engineering groups have taken an increasingly active part. Mr. Bock has been the judge for every program except the first and ninth. T his year Barbara Bloomberg, Alexander Chong, and Steve Gegg were the panel from Cristobal High School. Keith Wrenn was the alternate and kept score a t the match. These students were c hosen by the math and science faculty because of their records of achievement in their fields. The prize was an elaborate slide rule with instructions in Japanese. 91

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V e t .lIv: 'ron l rOw, I 1 0 r / Norm Spoclor, Poul Mengel, Kelln Wlonn, MIke H umphroy, Luil GOldon. Back row, I. to r.: M onlV 8 0lengor, Jllme. H O l ,l(o, Ellc Erno", 8 0b Smllh ond 10m Mcle.n FOI { S TI{O C CO PETITIO Below, J unior VIIIIII V I {tonI row I. 10 t Joe Cronlln, S Ieve Gabriel, HarlV C'''ro, David Leo. Dee D eLapp. B ock row I 1 0 t.: Jorrv Morge n Slovo L oudo, Milc h Blanchclle, Jama. f ord ond Tom Wiggin . 94 I J C H B SKETB SEA ON STARTS I M LL RC H Even though they won only one game in the season, the basketball team tried thei r best to overcome the three opposing teams Balboa H igh School, Canal Zone Co llege, and Schools D ivision Ath l etic C lub. Home games prov i ded full suspence for T iger fans. The high scorer fo r the team was Eric Ernest with a total of 140 points. Mr. Peter Hearborn was their coach The scoring follows: D ate C.H .S. Opponent s 3/21 53 63 BHS 4 / 7 55 45 SDAC 4 /15 39 45 CZC 4 /18 46 48 SDAC 4 / 2 1 41 64 BHS 4/25 41 46 CZC 4 /28 44 48 BHS 5/2 43 61 SDAC 5 / 5 40 54 CZC Abovo L uis Gordon R ighI, Keith Wtenn FIVE LETTERMEN RETU R r FOR '68 SE Above: MontV Belanger lefl' Fred Dejesus o Below: Tom MeLolln

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Co_capTains-N orma n Spec T o r ( 2 1 ). M on T y Belang e r (85) Fron t row, I to r : R SmiTh, P Baas, D BelT K W renn P M orla nd, S laurie, M SchulTz, C. Firth S Sp e ncer W. Graham M Clark, M P au lson R Wain i o R Blevi ns B R a i ney, F D e j esus, l. A rocho, D lee. Second row, I t o r .: J C rona n G Will, T Ban, S Gabr i el, H C a rey, H Brandenbur g, G. Egger D B ens o n H J ones J W e ig l e, l. K ilgo r e H C asTro, W Vamprine, J B enso n J M o r ga n R H ollo w ay Thi rd row: M K redell, J W alke r N Patto n S Alle n D Izquier d o, J Carlisle, M Kredell, h i on R H ull, A ValenTini, 1 Escr ibano, E D e j esus F High ley, W R usson l. Aponte. Fourth row: Coach l i lton J Freeman J R ive r a, J M ee k e r E T homas J V alen t ini, C. Clemen t D Robertson, I. H e r es, M Gr e e n C oa ch D e deaux. TOUGH S P ORT REQU IRE S DETERMI ED MEN Coac h Lillon C oach Dedeaux 96

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Halfba c k Norm Spec tor ruos to da y l i ght. The 1967 Tiger football team got off to a good start by winning the jamboree, and every one looked forward to another winning season. The first game against Canal Zone College was an exciting one with bo t h shqwing about the same strength. At one time the T ige r s were in easy scoring distance only to be pushed back by a penalty. The game ended in a score less tie. In the Balboa High Schoo l game, the Bulldogs took advantage of Tiger mistakes-on e a fumble on which Balboa later scored, to outlast the fighting Tigers and hand them their first defeat in several years of the BHS-CHS rivalry. The fol lowing game was revenge time for Cristobal. Dominating Balboa they rolled up one touchdown and were on their way to another when they were forced to punt . The Bulldogs blocked the punt, picked up the ball and ran it t9 the five yard line, from where they scored in the follow ing series of plays. The game seesawe d back and forth and ended in a tie. Canal Zone College put the coup de grace on the unlucky season by beating the T igers 7-0. The Palm Bowl provided some rel ie f for the T igers when they teamed up with Balboa to beat College 7-0. The next year for the T igers offers a little br i ghter outlook for there are some flashy new backs coming up who are to be watched. Quarterback K ei t h W renn scra mbles tor the f irst down. c.z.c. h a lfback is slo pp ed b y a l e r t Tigers. 97

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Co-capfa inl Mon T y Belanger and Norm a n SpecTor await The I o n of The coi n Quar1e rb ack Neil Pallon sweeps around righT end for shOrT y ard age. Fullback J P M o r gan dr ives o ff T ackle for The f irsT down 98 Q uarTerback KeiTh W renn calls on STeve Gar i el To make The f irsl down. C H S TO A BHS BATTLE 7-7 DEADLOCK VARSITY SCORES J amboree Oct. 6 Oct. 1 3 C H S ..... 9 C H S ...... 0 CHS ... ... 0 Oct. 27 CHS ...... 7 Nov. 2 CHS. . 0 Palm Bo wl All Stars . . 7 CZC . ... .7 czc . ... 0 BHS ...... 6 BHS ...... 7 CZC .... .7 CZC ..... 0 Rich Wain i o makes an e ighT yar d rece p T ion. 99

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100 J J P Morga n battles fo r c r ucial ,,,d age. N orman Speclor is tackl d e after a long pass rece ption. pomt f o r Ihe All S l a r s. W ill G r aham kicks the ex tr a

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Keith Wrenn hands o ff to fullback luis Arocho. PALM BOWL ACTION The linemen f orm a pocket to p r otec t Ihe passer. 101

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102 GIRLS' TEAMS HAVE "A" LEAGUE L. 0 t., front row; Beth lewis, Peggy Hale (Caplain) KaThy Detore. Back row; Dawn Valen. tine, Margaret Will. Hanna Rowley, Ann Parker, Marcella H ilzinger. L. 10 r" front row; Ann H irons, (Captain). Middle row; Carol Torslenson, Jane Gabriel. Back row; Mary Rawlings, Cathy Dockery, Shelly lund, and P a tr icia Austin. -"8" LEAGUE Dawn Valentine gives CHS 11 good start.

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ACTION PACKED SEASON Kathy D elore shoots for a goal against CZc. GIRLS' BASKETBAll Girls' Basketball teams, "A" league and B l eague were composed of the most out standing basketball players chosen from the Intr amura l prog r am. Nine freshman and soph omore girls compose d "8" l eague and nine junior and senior girl s made up t he "A" L ea gue. The girls wer e chosen by M rs. Harris and Mrs. F attorosi on their ability t o adapt to all phases of girls' basketball. T hey play interscholasti cally against BHS and CZc. Both teams placed second in the program. Ann Hirons was captain of the 8 league and Pegg y H ale took the responsibility for "A" league. B oth teams fought hard in each game. "A" league defeated CZC twice and lost t o BHS twice. B L eague was defeated four t imes by BHS' B league. INTRAMURAL STARS MAKE VARSITY TEAM Beth lewis, cenTer, shools while An n P arker screens for her. Kathy Delore 103

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Jane Gabriel jumps to hit the ball Front row : Ann H i r ons, captain. Middle row I to t.: Pat Austin, Evelyn legrand, Mary Rawling s, Mary Redm an. B ack row I to r.: Cath y Dockery, J enny Wertz, and J ane Gabriel GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL WINS 6 OF 9 GAMES PLAYED VARSITY SCHEDULE CHS vs BHS 1 2 1 5 11 15 1 6 14 1 5 4 CHS v s 1 5 1 5 8 15 15 CZC 6 5 1 5 12 11 Beth lewis Ann H irons, a forward, ret urn s the ball. Front row : S u san Burg ess, caplain. Middle fOW, I. to t.: Chris H erring, D ale SCOII, M a r cella Hilzinger. Back row, I to t .: D enise Rainier, manager, Judy F ong, N ora Kirkland. JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE CHS vs 6 7 1 2 15 15 BHS 15 15 1 5 1 2

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Front row, I. to r : Oavid Robertson Anth ony K ingery Ronnie Travers B ack row, I to r.: H a rry Jones Barry G reer, Clay D owell, H arold Brandenburg and Mr. M acFarland TIGER S MET STRONG FOES Clay Dowell proceeds to serve. I N INTERSCHOLASTIC TENNI S MATCHES Har old Brande nburg Althoug h it was not a winning season it was th e beginning of a period of experience for players who h a d had ve r y little previous competition in tennis. The season was augmented by a ma tch played with the Margarita men's tennis club w ho gave the team valuab le playing experience and advice. The seaso n was climaxed by a t e nni s championship at AI b r ook Air F orce base that was won by Balboa H igh School. Among the future hopefuls f o r next seaso n are Hap Brand e nburg, Clay Dowe ll David Robertson B ar r y Greer A n thony King ery, and J o h n Burza. H arry J ones and R onnie Tr ave rs, two strong potential winners of this year's te a m will be leaving for th e Un ited States. The tennis team l ost two matc h e s to Rainbow City, one to the Canal Zone Col lege, and one 1 0 Balboa H igh Sch ool. H arry J ones, pla y ing forward 105

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H ap Brandenburg goes up a nd over! Coach Herborn Dave Cantu takes .he lead in t he mile run Mike K redell in 'he 880. Monty Belanger h ands the baton to N eil Maxwell. 106

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Seated I to r.: M. Green, M. Krede ll, J Funderburk Minehart, O Martine z, D Cantu, T Kredell, G Saltz. Standing, I. to f.: C oach H erborn, S Gabrie l N Spector, H. Castro N. Patton, N. Maxwell M Belanger M Blanc he tt e, K. Wrenn, M Kredell. H B r an denburg, G Chen, A. Chong. J Cron an, R Herrera TRACK STARS SHOW GREAT SPIRIT The 1968 track team was strong, but lacked the dept h needed to win meets The Tigers however/ managed to w i n one meet against the Canal Zone College. The T igers failed to take the annual Balboa Relay. The C H S athletes hope to rebuild the team and return to championship form by ne x t year. Joe Cronan competes in the low hurdles. N eil M ax w ell finis hes f i rsl in the 440 107

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108 Mar vin Scott in the discus throw. TIGER S DO THEIR BEST A T THE MEETS Str etch performs a high jump Norm Spector is first in the 220 yard run Neil P atl()(l finishes first in his race The leam r elaxes during the Balboa Rel ays

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Sitting, I. to r.: S. Radel, M Scali K Brooks C. F i rlh J Valenci a P Carlson R. Tra v ers Standing I to r : C. Dockery. S. Gallardo D Halke. l. Selsfead D lymaro H l yman B Marsh V Weber D S oyst e r S l y man Coach D e d e aux. SWIMMERS STRUGGLE THROUGH LOS I G SEASON Although the Tigers put up a good fight, the boys' swimming team was overpowered by a much larger Balboa t eam. The girls su r p r ise d Bal boa b y almost pulling a win out of the harseveral t imes. More than once, the l as t r ace turned out to be the decisive one. The T ige r s are looking for wa rd to next yea r 's swimming season when they will try to break Balboa's streak of interscholastic cha mpionship s. ST R E T C H I Hila lyman 1 0 9

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110 Manager: T. Cross. Sea ted, I. to t.: H Carey, S. Burgess, N Specto r l. H a kanson, S. J ac kson N Pall on, E Dejesus. Standing I to r : Coach Lillon, M Schultz, V. Court, R. Smith, S Allen L. Arocho H Jones F. D e jesus H Brandenburg. COMPETITION BRINGS O UTSTANDING BASEBALL TEAM The T ige r s rolled up four consecutive vict ories before l osing to Balboa High Sch ool. The T igers earned these v ictories through hard practice, determina t ion, and hust l e. The T iger team has a stro ng dri ve going to w ards the inter scholastic championship. As the yearbook g oes to press, the y have three games left t o p l ay. CHS. .... 4 BH S 2 C H S. ..... 4 CZC 0 CHS . . 3 CZC CHS .... 2 CZC . . . . . . . C H S. '" .0 BHS ......... 4 Pus h ups ? Norm Spector slides home for the winni ng run agains t College

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luis Arocho a t first base. l ou H akanson pitches for a victory against the Canal Zone College Edgar Dejesus at bat. Marvin Schultz The team r elaxes between innings. III

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ADMINISTRATION 114 MR. MAEDL EXTENDS GREETINGS TO STUDENTS Students, May I take this opportunity to extend a warm greeting to a l l the students of Cristoba l H igh School. The successfu l completion of the 1968 Caribbean marks the close of another school year. We can be proud of our achievements, not only in the academic field, but a l so i n athlet i cs, music, dramatics and in the numerous dub activities that help to make up a busy schedul e for most students. For seniors, graduation time is rapidly approaching. You no doubt have mixed feelings as Graduati on D ay draws near. Whereas on the one hand, you look forward eagerly to moving on t o new, excit i ng experiences as you begin college or vocational training, on the other hand, you have nostalgic feelings about leaving familia r surroundings, school associa t ions with th e friends you have made, and close family ties, to l aunch out i n t o something unknown. It is hoped this yearbook wi l l prove to be a pleasant link to the past and as you leaf th rough it from time to t ime in the years to come, it will bring back many happy memories of your Alma Mater. To the underclassmen I extend the hope that this coming year will be a time of continued growth-physical men ta l and spir itual. May you l ook upon the opport unities t hat will be open to you as a challenge t o be met with en t h usiasm and to be your family, your schoo l and you r community. If so, can we no t l ook forward to an even more successful year? (signed,) Carl F. Maedl MR. CARL F. MAED l p r incipal of C r istoba l High School.

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PRINCIPAL MAEDL WELL QUALIFIED FOR ENERGY AND TIME DEMAND! G POSITION Mr. Maedl w h o has been o n the CHS faculty staff for 30 years is compl eting his third yea r a s principal. His duties are many and varie d He has overall supervision of the schoo l including the in struction of s tudents and student a c ti vitie s. H e sets up class schedules, the lun ch hour schedule, and all hallway schedules. Mr. Maedl heads the staff of forty nine teachers a t CHS. On weekends and in his s p a re t ime, Mr Maedl enjoys golfing. He is also a coin collector and an avid read e r H e is a member of the Civic Council and active in Union Church work in the YMCA. He has two daughters, now both living in his home s tate of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Maedl live in Co co Solo Mr. Maedl, always interested in T he sludenls dail y f i nds lime in his busy schedule to help wilh problems or 10 stop and visit H ere h e is in the office ans wering a junior h i gh boy s question and below The photographer asked Mr. Maedl, Sue Sawyer and Scott Spencer to pose for him w hen they were challing in front of the building. -'

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lib ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL HAS BUSY SCHEDULE Mr. P f au has been the Assistant Principal in CHS for three y ears He came to the Canal Zone in 1953 and taught chemis try physics and math His dutie s are fa assist the principal in his duties. M r Pfau i s an active worker in the Union chur c h and a member of the choir. His special interests include music and photography. MR. JAMES PFAU, Assistant Principal Because discipline students are referred to the Assistant Prin cipal, he is often thought of as the "detention officer" Mr. Pfau spends a major par t of his time counseling and working with students who have di sciplinary problems, and his main obiective is correcting studen t s r eferred to him and helping them find a solution to their prob lem and then h elping them to adius t to the school e n viro nment . H ere at left he is shown liter ally as wel l as figur ative l y pointing the way. Below he helps a student with late registration problems.

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Cristobal H igh School is one of the two high schools in the Canal Zone operated by the Division of Schools, which is one of th e divisions of the Civil Affairs Bureau of t he Canal Zone Government. CRISTOBAL PERSONNEL GOVERNED BY CIVIL AFFAIRS BUREAU ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF OF SCHOOLS DIVISION, CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT-Seated: Mr. F. A. Castle s, Superintendent of Schools. Standing, I to r .: Dr. K enneth E l ake, Coord inato r of Curriculum; Mr. J ames N Cook, Supervisor of I nstruction, U .S. Secondary Schools, Dr. James M. Wolf, Coordinator of Special Education; Mr. A H Byrd, Administrative Officer; Mrs. Frances F Sampsell, Anistan' Superintendent, U S. E lem. Schools; Mr. John S. P ettinggill, Execut ive Assistant to the Supt .; Or. Charles l. l atimer, Jr ., D eputy Supt of Schools; Mrs. T heresa F Moore, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. E lem. Schools; Mr. J Weston Seaquist, AudioVisual Specialist; Mr. D avid A Speir, Jr ., Assistant Supt., U.S. Secondary Schools; Dr. l awrence E H orine, Supervisor, Phys. Ed. and Athletics, U.S. Schools.

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118 Mrs Smith BUSINESS EDUCATION PEGGY M SMITH T yping I, Bookkeeping Shorthand Oklahoma is the home slale of Mrs. Smith, who is t eaching T yping I Bookkeeping and Shorthand in the Canal Zone for the first lime 'his year. She is the f aculty treasurer for the Student Association. Her interests are swimming and golf. Mrs Smith lives with her husband and four children in Fl. Gulick STU DE N T S PREPARE Constan t clicking of electric typewriters and adding machines throughout the day typifies the fascination of the business world. Typing I classes are taught the keyboard, margin alignment s imple tabulation and proper business letter form. Typing II students type manuscripts and receive practical experience by doing extra iobs for teachers and counselors. General business and bookkeeping students are instructed in the financial condition of a business organization and shorthand is provided for girls to prepare for the sec r etarial worl d Mrs Smith helps liz Kresch Bookkeeping demands concentra t e d eff ort.

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FOR THE BUSI N ESS WORLD B ookkee p ing, P eri od I P e r iod 5 T y p ing I I class. with 11 question T om Chism 119

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CREA TIVE ARTS EDWARD R. CAII:WITHEN-Band, Chorus, Orchestra For two years, Mr. Carw i t hen h a s taught c h orus and band in CHS. During that tim e h e has been active in nearly e very music activity. H e previously 'aught in the U niversity of Florida. H e a n d his fam i l y live in Coco Solo EDWIN KOZI O L-Art I and II Ar' is taught in CHS by Mr. Koziol who has been in C.Z. schools four yea r s. H e works afte r schoo l with students who are interested in art. H e sponsors the Art Club His hobbies are golf, bowling, and bridge, and he is very interested in th e sludy of p oli tics b ut not in p oli tical par t icipa t ion. H e i s a membe r of I he Elks and lions. Mr. Carwithen Mr. Koziol STUDENTS BROADEN THEIR THE HIGH SCHOO L BAND-Fron' row, I t o r.: Sharon Golden, Debbi e Goac h C o lleen H uson, Deanna Flora Karen Peter s, D io nesia Nie ves, A nn lauritz en, Betsy l as her. S e cond row, I to r .: T ed Bail y, J amie Meeker, Daryl e Izquierdo, luis Lee, Robin Pritham, Barb ara Ivill a nd C aro l Tor slenson. Third row, I to r.: D a n Valentine Barbara Bloomberg, R a lph H epne r Beverly Langston, L yn n Selstad, Sylvia Vamprine, Mardell Garner, Gary Sunrich, Kathryn Cieplick, Gladys Barrow, Barbara B aiSeft, D eanna Koslowsky, Bill B loomberg, Chrisly Loizeaux, Douglas Mclain Clifford Nieves. Back row, I to r.: Mr. Carwith en, dir ector, J o hn S pilling Ric ha rd Swai n, Bill Gillespie, James Walker Mike Edw ards, Rhonda Scarbroug h D avid Edwards, Joey O berholtz er, P e ter Swain Jim Gray Nelso n I zq ui e rdo E d Forsyth and SIan Janasi e wi c z 120

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THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB OF CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL-Front row, I to T : C e celia H er rera Billie Marsh J eannie BasseH, Alma R ami r ez Rhonda Rawlings Patti Parker, Judy Oberholtzer, K athy B urgess. Center row, I to T.: L eticia Sa ntiago. K are n Weslreburg, K athy De Raps, Laurie Robison, Hila l yman, Sylvia Smith A l ice Crouch B ack row, I to T .: Sheryl K ilgore, linda Capps, Elaine Reeves, Chtis B ai le y, Cinda H e lmrichs Minerva Rand all, Cathy Gegg, S Teffie lilies, Debbie P olite PERSPECTIVES WITH FINE ARTS T his yea r there is an "A", a liB", and a high school band, a junior high chorus and a high school Girls' Glee Club. These musically minded students have performed a t many public and school activitie s this year including a Chri s tmas program, shows at the elementary schools and th e Spring co ncert Students who like to paint, draw or work on crafts could take either Art I or Art II. An art ex hibit was put up by the Art Club containing much of the work produced by the art classes. A new window was built for exhibi ting the crafts homework of the students. Below THE CHS ORCHESTRA-l. fo r .: Judy Mclain, Gloria R ice, l ena B a rrows, Racnel R ice, Mr Car wilhen, Frank Mcint y r e, Doug M c L ain, Joe Morgan. Joyce Larrabee, and Shelly Lund

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E NGLIS H Mfi Campbell Mr. Jacobs Mr. Macfarland Mrs Pfau 122 PATRICIA 0 CAMPBEll-Engli.h 8, 9 Mrs. Campbell substituted a l CHS tasl year and Ihi' yea r Is II f ull lime English 8 and 9 Teacher and advisor of I he Tradewind, I hen senio r h igh newspaper. Outside of ,choo l she Cdn be found Cllher ,ewing. reading, or 011 painting. LOUI S j F ATIORCSI-English Ill, IV Mr. Falloro,j hili I /lugh l in C H S fOf eleven year. H e was originally from New Jeney, and 18ught In Jamesburg, N J Mr. Fellctc,; live. in France Field with his wif e and moTher H e i. t hc Junior clan .ponlol H e has iI r ilrc collection o f o ld films which occupies much of hi, .pare l ime RONALD D JACOBSEnglish Thi. i, Mr, Jacobs' first yoar a l C HS; h e came 1 0 Ihe Cana l Zone from locu.I Grove, Oklahoma H e co.ponsors the J unio r H igh Sludenl Anociellon. Mr J ecobs, who also leaches Sociel Sludles, lives In Coco Solo wilh his wife and fwo veer old son ROBERT W MacFARLAND Engltsh 11. III M r Machrland is from New York H e 'aug h I In Venezuela before s l arling his four veen o f teaching a l C HS. H e lives In M a rgarilo and spends hi. lime !ek ing picture., par1 icipa l ing In sporll, reading, and traveling. H e i, Ihe sponsor of Ihe "21 Club arid work. with Ihe Voice o f Democracv cont est. GRACE S. PFAU RemedIal keadlng M il. Pfau has laugh! a T CaNl I Zone schools for I hirTeen Vears, bol h at C H S and A ll anlic side elementary schools. She has done much 1 0 eid s ludent s 1 0 correcl reading dIfficulties H e r ou l slde In! crosls Includo sowing, re llding, end tr aveling. ANN A. SIEBRANDS-English 7, e Min Siebrarld. who leache. Engll.h e n d jourNllism a t CHS h as taught previously In her home st a l e of Soulh D ako l a and Guem. Many oul.ide actlvi tle. Inleres t h er, bUI Ihe favor ile ones are bridge, I helltre work and reading. M iss Siebrands I, th e vearbook advisor. D OROTHY H SMITH English IV M rs. Smilh, .her 24 yeers I n the Canal Zone sllll talk. about her na l lve slalo, Ohio. Thl. year she is chairman of the Ertgli.h Deperlm ent. She claim. her ma in InTeresls are reading and cooking but evervone knows IheV a r e her seniors and all senior acllvilies. FREDA l S T OHRER-English I II Mr . Stohrer hal leught a t CHS, Engll.h I arid II, f or four years. Thi, vear she Is also teaching Speech. She has devoted much o f her spare tim e 1 0 eni,Ting and di r ecting school plays and clan essemblies Mrs S lohrer sponsors the Net lona l T hespians. HARRIET I. YOUNG-E nglish 7 Mrs. Young, In her eighl vean a l C H S has loughl dlfferenl grade levels o f English, both junior and se n ior high. H er fre e Ime III home Is devoted 10 gordenlng. Min Siebrends M rs. Smi l h Ken F ie l d Mr F alloro.i and Scott know how Mrs SIohrer Mrs Young \ S T U D E I T TRIVE TO I MPRO E ENGLIS H S KILL S An extensively wide field, the English depart. ment is the large st department at CHS. Ever y stu dent is re quire d to take four years of English. From simple s ubjects and predicates t o speech class ; from the beginning of t i me to the twent ieth century the Engli s h language is a never ceasing study of proper sentence form and l itera t ure. Cour ses that are associated with Engli s h are journalism the s tudy of writing in newspaper form ; remedia l reading, an e x tra course made available t o students who need to improve their reading ability, and speech, which gives the s tu dent experience and co nf idence in delivering speeches. L to T : Siny H ixon, Ann P arke r and Sue Holloway. Seared I t o r .: M iss Siebrands, Mrs Smfth, Mrs Stohrer, Mr Falloro si, Mrs. Camp. bell Mr M acFarland, Mr. Jacobs, and Mrs. Young p o re' 123

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FOREIGN LANGUAGES FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS-L. to f.; Miss Russell, Mrs Gegg, Mrs Meehan and Mr. Stearns, d epa rt men t he a d Absen t from pi c ture. Mrs. Riefkohl. ANN D GEGG-lal in, French, Spanish Mrs. Geg9 leaches l a tin French and Spanish II. I f you were l ooking for Mrs Gegg you would probably find her with Ihe French C l ub Ot Ihe Caribe Club or just keeping an eye on student s working in her room dur ing lunch. H e r outside inl ereslS con sis l of golf, reading. and b r idge. DOROT H Y J MEEHAN Spanish 8 Mr s. Meehan leac h es Splinish 8 and typing II and General Business. H e r spare l ime interest is gourmet (ooking. STELLA C. RIEFKOHl-Spanish 7 Mrs. Riefkohl's home s l a t e is New York. She has taught for fifteen years in C HS. DOClor and Mrs Riefkohl live in M a r garita. They have Two grown children and a grandchild. Mrs Rie fkohl wor ks on The 6Th grade orientaT ion program. THElMA I. RUSSELL-Spanish A newcomer To CHS, Miss Russell previously taught in M a nh attan, New York She Teaches Spanish and is the Pink Girls Sponsor. Her favoriTe hobbies are reading, sewing and dancing. JAMES E STEARNS-Mr. STearns, who considers florida his home state, has been teach ing at CHS f o r 2 1 years. H e Teaches Spanish III and IV, and Russia n Much of his t ime is. devoted 10 Ihe language lab Club. 124 -Mr. STearns Mrs Gegg MrS. Meehan Mrs. R ie fkohl Miss Russ ell

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Mr. S t earns' fourth yea r Spanis h class lisl ons t o chap ler drills. F rom from of room to ba ck-Fi rst row, I t o r .: J oe M organ l uis Go rdon, Ne i l Maxwell J i m H olcomb Jim Bur g e S econ d row, I to r.: M y r a J o v a John Sollas Judy Obe rholtz e r Ste v e Gegg. Thi r d row, I t o t : K eria P aniza, Raquel Flor e s, Irma S lone, A ida P adilla Fourth row, I to t .: N anci G e r c i c h l ouise H i xon Denise C olem a n Rosie B U ller Denise Rainie r F ifth row, I to r.: l i nda Cardona, E me lina Rodriquez Nora K irklan d EW A-LM SYSTEM I N USE Mr. Sl earns moni t ors s.u den t s as t hey p ractice. Studen t s of C H S ha v e a wide r ange o f l a nguages w hich they ma y t a ke T he y m a y t a k e three o r four years o f Spanish thre e year s of French t h ree yea r s of R ussian an d t w o y e ars of L a t in. T h i r d and fo u r th ye ar s Spanish cla sses a nd R ussian use d a new te c h niq ue of l earning thi s year The sys tem i s calle d a ud io. lingual or ALM. S t u dent s usin g t he ne w system spend several d ays listening t o and repeat i ng dri lls i n th e L anguage l ab. T he chapter e xam ina t ion is c o m p rised of a l istening sec tion wi t h com pletio n q uestio n s, a writing sec tion whi ch u ses th e skills acqui red to complete sentence s a r e ading s e ctio n w ith compl eti o n answer s and a paragr aph w r i tte n o n the specif ied topic. A l l ma f eria l used i n the text is a form of the basic s t ory and memorized sentenc e s 125

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HISTORY Standing: Mr G regg, department head Front fOW, I. to r.: Mr. Gansen, Mr. Berger, Mrs Klasovsky, substitu t ing for Mrs Condon Mr. Bailey, a n d M r Mc Cullough 126 MANY SOCiAL SCIENCE CLASSES OFFE R E D A wide va riety of social scie nces are open to the students of C.H.S. Start i ng in Junior High, they receive a background of Social Studies. Then, if they decide to major, they may take geography in th e 9th grade, wor ld history in 1 ath, U .S. hi s tory, which is required, in 11 th, and American Institutions and economics in 1 2 th In keeping with the modernization an d computerizing in C. H ,S., Mr. Gansen send s his answer sheet s to t h e other s id e to b e scored. F o r this reason, specia l compute r scor e sheets, like those used fo r var i ous sta nd arized tests are used. I n o rder t o keep his students up to date o n current events, Mr. Gregg, head of th e Socia l Studies Depar t me nt, has them read the Senio r Scholastic. I n addition to reading the magazin e, s tudents are assigned a sto r y t o condense fo r an oral report.

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S T UDYI N G CURRENT EVENT S KEEP S HISTORY S T UDEN T S UP TO D A T E Mr. B ai ley Mr. Berge r Mr s. Condon Mr Berger, alias "Dictato r," h as a gab test with some s t udents. From I. to r.: Tony Barr, Ken Hilt J im Gewin, and D en nis Raps Back, I to r .: Slephan Fugleberg, Mr. Berger, Richard Cieplik, and Gary Barger. RICHARD O BAilEY-Geography, Social Studies B Mr. Bailey enjoys swimming, hiking, and fishing. He, his wife, and young son live in Coco Solo now but he came from Oklahoma. H e laughl in Diablo Heighl s in 1963 4 and has taughl for a l olal of five years in Ihe Ca n a l Zone. Mr. Bailey is Ihe A ssistant Athl etic Council Sponsor ROBERT BERGER-Social Studies 8 M r B e rger comes from P ennsylvania and has taught in the Canal Zone for five years. Pri or t o t ha t he taught in H aines City, Florid a. The Berger family l ives in M a rgarita Mr. Berger's favorite hobby is golf and in C.H .S., he is the "Zephyr" Advisor. MARY l. CONDON-Social Studies 8, World H istory Mrs Condon has taught for sixteen years in the Canal Zone Schools She is from M ichigan and taught Ihere before she arrived here. Her favorite hobbies are cooking and gardening and she s ponsors the N ational Honor Society She and her husband l ive in Margarita. WILLIAM J GANSEN-American I nstilutions, Math 8 Being Ihe Senior H igh Student Association Sponsor takes up most of Mr. Gansen's time bUI his free lime is spenl read ing, tra veling, laking pictures, 01" scuba-diving. Mr. Gansen lives in France F ield. His home state i s Michigan. H e has laught in the Canal Zone Schools for six years, but before Ihal in Mich igan. EUGENE T GREGG U S. His lory The Greggs l ive in Coco Solo. Thei r fam ily consists of fiv e daught ers, a dog, Md a cal. Mr Gregg is originally from Greel ey, Colorado, bUI he has spent fift een years teach i ng in Ihe Canal Zone Schools This year he is chai r man of Ihe social studies department. His pastimes are reading and politics ROBERT E McC UllOUGH-Social Studies 7 Mont ana is Mr McCullough's home s late. H e has laught for sixteen years in the Cana l Zone but a lso taught in Minnesot a. Montana and Id aho. His spar e lime is occupied by guns, coins stamps, and books. Mr. Gansen Mr. Gregg Mr McCullough 127

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HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. McNaughton MRS. ELIZABETH C. McNAUGHTON-Home Econo mics Coming to the Canal Zone from Massachusells, where she previously taught, Mrs. McNaughton has spent two years teaching Home Ec. at CHS. H er leisure time is occupied by sewing, reading and water skiing She is the sponso r of the Nurses' Aides Club. Woman's work is never done. Wend y FIQfes believes in comfort while washing dishes. HOMEMAKER S OF THl DOMESTI Diane Soyster says, H appiness is no more dirty dishes." The basics of sewing, mea l planning, and food prepara;ion were stressed in the Home Economics Department this year. The first semeste r was devoted to sewing: aprons were made by the Home Ec. I students whi l e skirts, b l ouses and dresses were made by the Home Ec. II s tud ents. All classes made and dec orated l ovely net w reat h s and felt stockings at Christmas time. The Home Ec. I students learned how to make hot cocoa, oven toast, biscuits and simple baking recipes during the second semester. T he older students baked pizzas and fancy desse rts an d pre pared casseroles for a quick meal. Each kitchen, in every class, invited a special tea cher to a luncheon, as a guest of that kitchen, for the main projec t of the secon d semester.

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Mrs. McNaughton briefs Sylvia Vamprine in the art of rolling and cUlling biscui t dough. <'UT URE LEARN ,KILLS Tkis is not a laugking matter. Skirts and blouses were the sewing projects fo r tke first semeSTer. 129

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INDUSTRIAL ARTS M r J C H olloway Tom Chism 130 JESSE C HOlLOWAY-Mechan ical Draw i ng Two years ago Mr. Holloway came 10 the Canal Zone from Saud i Arabi S i nce he hn been al CH5, he hu "ught me chanical drawing, general ,hop, and wood w orking In his spare t ime Mr Holloway en j oys f i sh i ng Traveli ng and wood carv i ng P aul I N D STRIAL ARTS VOCATIO AL Indust rial A r ts stu dent s learn and develop skills that can be pu t t o use in future years in a coun t less number of ways. T he proper usage of specialized too l s and shop equipment a r e two very import ant s t eps o f Gener a l Shop. The drawin g an d readi n g o f p l ans was emphasized in Mecha n ical D rawing. Boys who were interested, coul d further develop t hei r skills in eithe r woodwor king or metal fabricat ion and for th ose who e njoy tinkering with car engines and such, au t o shop was offered. Plywood waste baskets and items o f colore d plastics to name a few were made by the General Shop studen t s I n metal craft, the boys made some very fine hammers bowls, treasure ches ts, teaf decorations and also learned the ar t of welding. In auto shop. naturally the boys learned t he mechanics of cars, which has a value of its own Washabaugh S T DENTS I CREASE CAPABILITIE S P A U l J JEFFRIES-Shop Mr. Jeffries, ano t her seasoned traveller. came 10 C H S Iwo years ago from A merican Samoa H e leaches Shop 8 and meta l crah His ir,lereSls include golf, fishing and pholography H e sponsors Ihe Audio-Visual group S,and i ng, I '0 r .: M ike Kredell, Mr, Jeffries, Gary Sahz Mr. P J Jeffries 131

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MATHEMATICS Ou r mathematics program at C H S extends the conti n uous program of instruction that began in kindergar te n The emph asis is upon ma themat ica l structu res learn e d in an atmosphere of active inquir y. Our p l an is t o mee t th e e d uca t iona l and voca t iona l obiec t ives of the ind i v idu a l s tu dent On the knowledge they g ain, t hey w i l l be abl e to g o o n i n h ig her courses to prepar e for t hei r professi o ns. Cou rses offe r ed are Intro duct ion 1 0 A n a l ysis, Cal c ul us, Geometry, Algebra I a n d II, a nd General Math Lef t Mr Bock's class works diligently on a final exam. Class members i n front row, f. to T.: N. Klasovsky, N Kirkland, D. H uff. Bac k row, I to r.: T Ca rt er, F De Jesus, and J. Cintron MATHEMA TICS DEPARTMEN T TEACH ERS-F r ont row, I. to T ... Miss Carr and M r Mazzon i B ack row, I. t o T.: Mr. R obi taille. Mr. BOFk, departmen t h ead, a nd Mrs. l au rie.

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Mr. Bock M iss Carr Mrs. l aurie Mr. Mazzoni Mr. Robitaille 'lATH COURSES MEET OBJECTIVES OF I NDIVIDUAL STUDENT R I C HARD W. BOCK Mr. Bock of North Dakota, h as taught for nine years in the Canal Zone Schools. H e taught in Riverdale, North Dakota before coming to the Canal Zone. Besides teac hing at CH.S. he taught during the summers at C.Z.C. H e is an avid bridge player and enjoys water skiing. Mr. Bock heads the Mat hematics D e p artment and is Senior Class sponsor. H e and his family live in Coco Solo. JO ANN CARR M iss Carr, who has taugh' in Labr ador, the Philippines and her h ome state of Alabama, has been in CH.S. for four years She is in cha rge of J unior H igh dramatics Miss Carr spends much of her spa r e t ime reading bowling, and sewing. ETHel M. LAURIE New York is Mrs lau rie's home state. She taught in Hempstead, Long Island. before coming to the Cana l Zone. She spent part of her 1 0 years on th e Canal Zone teaching at B H S Mrs. laur ie, her husba nd, and her "senior" son Jive in Margarita. She is the sponsor of the sophomore clan. Her special interests are her fam ily and foods. "Yes, jusl watch as I put it on t he board for you i i 's simp le," Mr. B ock tells his cal. cu l us class. BERNARD R MAZZONI Mr. Mazzoni has taught in the Canal Zone school s for fourleen years Pennsylvania is his home state and he now l i ves i n franc e Field H i s interests are music, travelling and football. In CH. S ., he is t h e freshman class sponsor. LEO J ROBITAILLE T his is Mr. Robitaille's first year of teaching at C.H.S. H e previously taught in Stratford, Connecticut. H e is J unior H igh Student Association sponsor. For relaxation and leisure lime occupation Mr. Robitaille enjoys golf and swimming 133

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PHYSICAL E DUCATION Mrs H arris Mrs, Fallorosi JOAN F H ARRIS-Girls J unior H i gh Gym B e f o r e coming to C H 5, Mrs H arris t aught al Ihe Fl. Kobb e Elem en T ary School and at B alboa H ig h School, where she graduated several years ago. She is an all-sports fan but t en nis receives mOSI of her spare tjme aTtentio n Mrs H a rris sponsors The Girls' Drill Team and both basketball and tenni s intramurals. JUNE C. FAITOROSI-Girls Senior High Gym Mrs F a lforosi, who h as been al C H S sin ce 1 956, teaches senior high gym. B etween her many a ctivitie s of GAA, Girls' Drill T eam, Cheerleaders. and Sports Day, she l ikes fa go beach hiking and dog walking. CHS offers a wide, well balanced phys i cal fitness program for both boys and g irls Gym was requi red f ive days a week, for the first time for 1 0 11, and 1 2 g rade boys and 9 and 12 grade girl s. All other students took gym either two o r three days a week. I n J anuary, th e new modern equipped boys' dressi ng room was completed and by February the girl s were able to move into the vaca nt boys' dressi ng room. The girls' sports program is made up of basketball, volleyball, swimming, hockey, tenni s and softball. Drill precision and physica l fitness were s t ressed to develop coordination. T he boys participated in v arious sports such as swimming, wres t ling soccer speed ball tra c k football ba s eball tennis and basketball. G ym nastic s and physica l fitne s s were also offered. Students assume various positions while taking written test Desh a Dade t akes a test in gym. COORDINATION AND P HYSICAL Third period girls' al'senior gym class pl ays drill team for a day. The boys' gym classes moved int o thelr ne w dressing in Febr ua r y.

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/ =--""'-Now you d o i l l i k e 50 -No, l i ke 50-, J u nior High girls take a physical fitness l est. On no! FITN ESS STRESSED I N GYM LOUIS DEDEAUX-Boys' J unior H igh Gym F or 1 6 years, Mr. Dedeau x has laugh, al various schools on either side of the iSlhmus. AI CHS he coaches the J unior H igh b oys in 1111 sports. H e also auisls with seve ral afTer school ac t ivities. O uting his moments of relaxat i on he prefers 10 either golf or fish M r Dedeau x lives in Galun with his wif e and young son. D OUGLAS B. LITTON-Boys' Senior H igh Gym Coach litton has juS! completed his sixth year al CHS as head coach for t he footba l l and baseball teams H e also manages a l l intramural sports during after school hours, Coach lillon lives in Coco So l o wilh his wife and family. Mr. Dedeau Mr.lillon 135

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SCIENCE L 1 0 r : Mrs. Maso n Mr. Norman, Mr. P alumbo, Jr department head, Mr. H ierony mus, Mr. P alumbo Sr ., Mr. Reeves. Mr. Palumbo Jr .'s science classes practice measuring masses wi t h their balances Facing came r a, front row: Donn a Camoes as. B ack row, f '0 t : Mark K redell, Sharon Golden, Fre d Cole 136 F aculty and facilities available to students in the science field include: biology, chemist ry, phys i cs, general physica l science and physical survey. Students from freshmen t o seniors have an interest in science fostered in them by the newer textbooks and te ac hing methods. Students who are truly devoted to science perhaps majoring in it, and keep a 6 ave r age may join the Torrid Zone Wizards, the science club of C HS. Whether a 9 th grader o r a senio r science stu dents learn to answer their questions by experimentation. Some classes put emphasis on keeping up w ith the latest science news in Cu r rent Science", whil e o t her s spend more time watching fil ms pertaining t o related subj ects.

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Mr. H ieronymus Mrs M ason PAUL J HIERONYMUS-Chemistry, 7th Grade Science This is Mr. Hieronymus' first yea r on Ihe Canal Zone H e came from Oklahoma, and has laught in Oklahoma City and American Samoa. His interests includ e golf and insect collecting. His fami ly's residence is in Coco Solo I n CHS, Mr. H ieronymus is the assistant junior sponsor and supervises Ihe S A treasurer EMMA LOUISE MASON-7th Grade Science, 8Th Grade Math Mrs Mason came from New Jersey and has worked for four years as a ful' time teacher and three and a half years as a substitu t e. Knitting and other needle-work occupy her spare time Mrs M ason is spons()( of Ihe National Junior H onor Society. JAMES D NORMAN-Biology, Oceanography Mr. Norman has taught in Germany, France, Oregon and the USA, and has been teaching in CHS for seven years. This year he sponsors Ihe T orrid Zone Wizards. Mr. Norman s pends th e school season in Margarita, but his summers are spenT in M e r ce r Wisconsin. LUKE T PALUMBOPhysical Sci ence, 9th Grade English Florida is Mr. Palumbo's home s t ate. H e has spent fwo years t eac h ing in CHS and previously laught in Missouri, and Florida H e and his f amily l ive in Coco Solo Mr. Palumbo spends his free time ski n diving . Q Mr. Nor man Mr. l. T Palumbo Mr. l. C. Palumbo Mr. Reeves LUKE C. PALUMBO-7Th and 8th Grade Science Senio r and Junior high s tudent s alike know Mr. Palumbo as "Coach." His hobbies are p lastics, insecl collecTing, and all sports. H e has taught in CHS for 25 yea rs. Prior to that, h e l augh l in his home state of Missou ri. CHARLES T REEVES-Physics, Physical Science, Gen eral Math Mr. Reeves sponsors the Safety C ommittee of CHS this year. T his is his 12th yea r of t eac h ing a t C HS. Arizona is his home state, and he laught there befor e coming to CHS. Photography, boating and the history of science are his main inl e r eslS. Mr. H ieronymus' C hemistry students, Gladys Barrows, M agari Shuford and Enrique Rosania learn t o dry a gas. 137

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ROTC THE 8ATIAUON S T AFF L to r : Scott Spen cer, Frank Mcintyre, P al Manthe. Will Graham linda Hood. David Summerlin, J uan Cintron, and Hal Wade. E COMPANY, SECOND PLATOON 1 3 8 THE CADRE L to t.: SSG T R U nderkofler 2lT L. Sheels. and Sf( H OrTiz. The Reserve Officers Training Corps of Cristoba l Hig h School, consis ting of Comp anies, E F and Drill T eam, was first esTablished in September, 1950 E ach company is composed o f two pl atoons wiTh three squads 1 0 a platoon. The Corps is headed by Ihe "Cadre" or Regul a r Army per sonnel who are assigned t o he responsible for the administra tion, training and discipline of Ihe cadeTs The studenl leadership is commanded by Ih e Battalion staff : Battalion Com mander. B atta lio n E xecu t ive Officer, Adjutant Training Officer, Int elligence Officer, Supply Officer, Pu blic Information Officer, and Sponsor. The p urpose of ROTC is t o encourage h abits of orderliness and precision, to instill discipline a nd thereby respect for a u tho r i t y a n d to give the cadet e lementar y military tr aining which will be of benefit t o him and of val u e to the nation if and w hen he becomes a member of the Armed For ces. Competition is held within the Battalion to determine the "Best all around Company" during each n ine week grading period. The company is rewarded at a review held once each nine weeks with a streamer and also at this time, individua l cadet s are awarded honors for any outstanding distinction s made during the nine weeks. The highlights of th e year for th e ROTC are the Brigade Review, h eld during th e first semes t er, and Fie ld Night ( Field Nig ht being the more importan t), which is h e ld during the second semester. Both reviews are in competition with the B a lboa H igh School ROTC. At the dose of each school year the ROTC holds i t s annual formal dance, the Awards B all, wher e numerous awards a r e presented to those cadet s who have excelled during the year. Sponsor s for the following year are selected and announced f ollowi ng the award presentations. THE RIFLE TEAM, including allernales.

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Mill, M IV CADETS ROTC SPONSORS 1. to r.: Sherrie Weber, E Company; Jack i e E vans, Drill Team; linda Hood, Balfa l ion Sponsor; and Bet h l ewis, F Compan y. THE RiflE TEAM P a u l Washabaugh, an M IV, instruc t s M I and Mil cadet s on drill precision. M I CADETS Company E cadets receive awards for the 2nd markin g F COMPANY, FIRST PLATOON, commanded by cadet Ilt Ken Field. 139

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' ...... .. ROTC DRilL TEAM Commanded by Cadet 2lt J ack Coberly. The Drill Team sponsor is Jackie Evans. I The Boys' Drill T eam p erforms one of its spectacula r movemenls during a review. Drill Team demands many hours of after school practice. 140 T he Drill T eam commanded by C a d e t 2lt Reggie Yearwocd, salutes in honor of t he reviewing officer. The Orill Team performs a band r eve rse.

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G UIDANCE T op: M iss A nde rson Center ; Mr, C am pbell B Ol/om; M r Mowery AOA MARY A NDERSON-Girl s' Cou nsel o r F o r t h i rty one years Miss Anderson has taugh t in Canal Zone school s S he p reviously l aug ht i n Jacksonville, F lorida, her home s t a l e. M iss A nde r son l ives in France Fiel d w h e r e she enjoys s pend ing h e r time cooking, s t am p collecl ing. and collecting c o ins. F OSTER J CAMPBEll Boys' Counselor Mr. Campbell, who came t o CHS Iwo years ago from his h o m e s t a t e of C o l o r ado. l eaches guidance 1 0 nin th g rade stu dents, in add i t ion 1 0 being I he boys' counselo r and sponsor of Ihe At h l e tic C ou ncil. His hobbies are r ea d ing, golf. and m osa i cs. R OBERT l. M OWERYBoys' Counsel o r Allendance Counselor I I does no l la k e long 1 0 discover Ih a l I ndiana is the home state of Mr Mower y, who has been a l C H S fo r four years H e lives in C oc o Solo wi t h his wi f e and t hree children. His specia l interest is photography and he sponsors the Camera Club. A re you u ncertai n o f your f u t ure o r sim ply nex t yea r 's sch e d ule and w h a t subiects you should fake? T he Guidance counselors would be happy to advise you on what subjects you requir e f o r you r majors and minors, o r which college would suit you r needs. T he Guidance center has several hun d red catalogs on nearly ever y college or universi t y i n t he Uni ted S tates, including P uerto Rico and t he Cana l Zone. T h e th ree counse l o r s also administer seve ral e:w;ternal e:w;ams during t he yea r such as t he PSAT, SAT and ACT. Not only s tudents b ut a l s o i n t e r es t e d per sons outside o f school, may t a k e these t e sts f o r th e purpose o f prep a r ing themsel v es fOf colleg e and f u t ure v oca t i ons. In addi tion to t hese dtuies Mr. Mowery wi t h t he aid o f st udent assistan ts checks eac h d ay's a b se n ces t o be recorde d b y the IBM comp u t ers. L. to r.: Mr. Mowery, Miss An derson, a n d Mr. Campbell. Mr. Mowery D on B ensen searches through the wide varie t y of co l lege cata l ogs. Pam Teague assiSTS Mr. Mowery in recording absences. 141

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CLINIC Mrs Comer ANNA R. COMERNurse Mrs Com e r h a s been workin g in the C ana l Z o n e sinc e May 1967. Sh e worke d prev iousl y, for e ight years, in Richmond, Virgin ia, her home st a t e Mrs. C o m e r l ive s in M a rgarita Eye t ests are a standard procedure in the clinic The clinic is a lways avai lable for students in case of need. T his room is also the frequent center of eye, ea r or dental examinations and the physicals necessary for spo rt s activities. Mrs. assists the nurse in the clinic. LIBRARY Mr. Griffin The lib r a ry 142 AllEN O GRIFFINl i brari a n Tex as is th e home s lale of Mr. Griffin who has t aught in Baumhold e r G e rman y and Sagina w Texas. This is his first yea r in the C a nal Zon e. He is sponsor of the library Club Mr Griffin lives in Mar garita and of course spends his spa re t i m e reading. The student body at C r istoba l High School is ver y fo rtunate to have a well equipped l ib r a r y for their use. There are two libraries in CHS: the s chool library and t h e public library. The student body has two collections at their di s posal. The school l ib r ary is open throughout the day for student research a nd the public library remains open un til 8 : 0 0 p m. eac h evening for student and commu nity use. The school l ibrary h as added close to five h undred b o oks to their collection d u r i n g the s chool yea r The library is in th e p r ocess of establishing a re c o rd and c olle c tion Of course, this will be main l y for f a culty use, but the stu dents will rea p the rewards in the class rooms w h e n the records and filmst r ips Quiet atmosphere of the library enables a r e u sed. students 10 st u dy.

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o FFI CE S T A FF JOANNE G ALLEN For 8 Mrs. Allen has worked in Ihe Canal Zone, three of these years at CHS. She is from the slale of Soulh Dakota but worked previously in Kansas. Her hobbies are sewing and singing wiTh Ihe Sweet Adelines Mrs Allen lives in Coco Solo with her husband and six child r en. JACINTA E GRIFfiTHS Miss Griff i ths has lived in Ihe Canal Zone all her life but has been working here for only I1h years. Her free lime is devoted 10 swimming and playing Ihe organ. She l ives in Rainbow Cit V wiTh her molher. MARIAN B TAYLOR The Canal Zone is also Ihe home of Mrs Taylor who has worked a bolh Balboa H igh School and C r istobal H igh School. She has previously wor ked for Ihe American Red Cross. She lives in Margarita with her mother and enioys reading, golf, and playing bridge. The office staff at work. SPECIAL EDUCATION EARL C. SHARtCK-Special Education Seated, I. to r.: Mrs Allen, Mrs T aylor, and Miss Griffiths. Our office staff provides a constan t hum of busyness. Their job is to perform all secre tarial duties plus keep all school re cords, receive tele phone calls, type up te sts for teachers and be a gene ral information center. I n addition, they find t ime t o instruct student office workers how t o op e r ate office machines and perform other secre tarial duties. Mr Sharick came from I llinois twelve years ago, and taught in Cristobal and Coco Solo Elementary Schools before com i ng 1 0 C H S He had originally taught in Illinois and Colorado. Mr. Sharick has a married son and daughter and lives in Coco Solo. His interests are swimming camping, and fishing. Mr.Sharick The Specia l E ducation Classes, begun a t C H S in 1960, are designed to give special student s added help in ce r tain scholastic courses according t o their abilities. Many of the students also attend other crea t ive classes suc h as art an d music, depending on their inte r ests Mr. Sharick's student s a r e taught many c r afts such a s weaving baske t s, th e imbed d ing of insec t s in plastics, and sewing. \. Mr. Shari c k instructs his students in s pecial i zed reading. 143

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SEVENTH HOUR CLASSES Above; Harry Carey and lena Barrows in Drivers' Trainin g. Because of a change in school h ours this year, it was possible for students to take extra classes for extra credit after th e regular school day. Four such classes were offered in CHS this year. DRIVERS' TRAINING is offered to studen t s who want to get their driver's license when they are 17 y ears old. It is a one-semester course. Mr. Reeves is the teacher. OCEANOGRAPHY is being taught for the first time the second semester. The course is being taught by Mr. N orman. PLASTICS SHOP was offered for the first time as a seventh hour cou r se during the second se mester. It was a solid course worth one credit on completion. Under the super vis ion of Mr. Holloway, student s learned va riou s techniques of working with plastics. While learning the y made many useful and ornamental objects. RUSSIAN is another optional course w hich is being taught for the third t ime this yea r This is the second year the audio lingual is being used. Students ma y take a t ota l of thre e years of R ussian. Teacher of the class is Mr Stearns who this yea r was given a letter of commendation by the Cr isto bal-Marga rita-Brazos Heights Civic Council praising the out sta nd ing program he is offering i n the Russi an language. Above: Herry Carey, F red D e j esus, Anni e Benero, Georg e Egger determine their field of vision. Above: Randy Smith in plastics shop. Right: Toni Klaso vsky and J anie P au lson b uff a plas Tic heart. Edgar OeJ esus and Roge lio Clough engrave in shop.

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TEACHERS FIND TIME TO RELAX AT COFFEE BREAKS AND PLAYING BRIDGE Mr. Falloro si, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. U nderkofle r Mrs. S,ohrer, Mr. Reeves Mrs. T aylor, Mrs. Mason AT BANQUETS AND DANCES Mrs. Piau, Mr. Piau Mr. and Mrs. P Jefferies Mr. Mazzoni AND AFTER SCHOOL A CHECK FOR MAIL OR A F R IENDL Y CHAT Mrs. M eehan, Mrs. Smith Mr. RobiTaille. Mr. Bock Mr. Koziol Mr. Mowery, Mrs. Lillon, Mrs. Mowery, Coach e s liNon and Dedeaux Mr. Gansen and Miss Carr 145

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S anding, I 0 r .: Coach D edeaux, sponsor, Keith Wrenn, luis A ro c ho, luis Gorden, Norm Specto r Buddy S c hul tz, Dave B e lt Kneel ing, I Monty B e langer Richard Wainio, William Graham, Mark Paulson, Bruce Raine y 148 'C' CLUB UPHOLDS SCHOOL TRADITIONS L to r.: luis Go r de n Jane G a bri e l Keit h Wrenn David l e e Membership in the C Club is limited to boys who have earned a letter in anyone of Crist obal's major sports. Backbone of sc hool athleti cs, the C Club promote s school spirit upholds school traditions, and promotes the highest s tandards o f good s portsmansh ip. The C" C l ub and GAA traditionally sponso r the annu a l Hom ecoming D ance. This "C" Club members sol d sodas during the football games Mon t y Belanger practices one of the a ft e r school sports.

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GAA CO-SPO SORS HOMECOMING Standing I to T.: K De Tore, P. Waggoner, K Dockery, M H anly. J Fong. Middle row : B lewis, A H irons, E. L egrand, B. Marsh Front row: J McCullough, D Scoll, J Oberholtzer, P H ale. r .: E Legrand, B. Marsh, E R icha r dson, P Girls Athletic Association, basis for all girls' intramural sports, is composed of girls who have pa r ticipated in two All-Star teams o r girls who are among the top in the point system. The point system is a system by which the girls rece ive a va ried number of points for attending int r amural games, co-captaining a fir s t or secon d place team, and being a member of a first or second pla c e team. GAA tr aditionall y co-sponsors the H omecoming d a nce with "C" Club. This year members refereed at basket bait and other int ramural games.

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THESPIA S ENTERTAIN SCHOOL A D COMMUNITY WITH THEATRICAL PRODUCTIO S The Thespian Society Troupe 217, is the honor society for CHS students who participate in the production of plays To become a member, a student must have worked on at least two plays. He also must have obtained a certain number of points as specified by the National Headquarters. The points are given by the director of the pro duction, according to how mu c h assistance the candidate gav e The director of this organization is Mrs. Stohrer. She directed the two pla y s which were presented to the public this year, And Then There Were None and Inherit the Wind. The president is Doug Jones, the vice pres ident is Judy Oberholtzer, and the sec retarytreasurer i s Clifford Nieves The Thespians st a rted out in '67'68 with only five members, but through all the active interest in dramatics several ne w members were initiated after the plays Front row, I. to t.: Judy Obe rh o lt z er P a l Waggoner, Sue S awye r, Mrs. Sfohr e r Back ro w: Will Graham, Doug Jon e s 1/11 111111 11111I1I11 1/11111111 1 II1II11 Hal Wade, Sta n J anasiewicz, an d Doug Mclain conlro l t he lighling sys t e m during a rehearsal. o S I a n J anasiewicz is sworn i n b y J oe G a llis. Will Graha m as judge and Cr aig Firth as a newspaper r e p orte r l o o k o n 011 a p lay re he arsa l for I n h e ,;, th e Wind.

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CARIBE CLUB MEMBERS TAKE OVER CHS FOR HALF A DAY Silting, (ront row, I to t .: Mike Mei singe r Daniel lee, J immy Butler John Carlisle. Sitting, middle row, I to t .: E ileen Ridge Mad H anly, Judy Fong Gilda Cedeno. Sitting, back row I. to r.: Anne Kienzle, Madeleine Powell, Rac.hel Rice. Standing, (,ont row, f. to r .: Albert Chong Ted Bailey, luis Dominguez, Sieve Gegg, E nrique Rosania, Jim Gray, Mrs. Gegg, Alex Chong, David Summerlin. Standing, back fOW, I to T.: L eslie Marek. Margaret Wil" Marcela Hil. zinger, Nancy Gregory, Germaine L emm, Judy Oberholtzer, Pal Waggoner, Colleen Huson, and Brenda Richard son. Gilda Cede no leaches Mrs. Gegg's French class. T he Future T eachers of America, commonly known as the Caribe Club, i s an organization for s tudent s who might be interested in becoming teachers. Members are initia ted a t the I nitiation Banquet the first club event of the year. T hose sophomor es who have a B average after the firs t nine-week period are invited to join. During Nat ional E ducation Week, a display was set up at the Coco Solo Commissary. Invitations wer e personally sent to each student's pa rents to visit CHS on Visitation Day. The Caribe Club also sponsored T eacher's Ap preciation Day by pr esenting each teacher with an apple and a poem. T he lounges were su pplied throug h out th e day, with cookies made by mem bers. The most important day for the Club is Student Teachers' Day. For the morning, club members tea c h their favorite subiects. Each student teacher consults with the teach e r whose classes they are t o teach and then prepare a lesson plan. 151

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Stan d ing, t to r.: E sther Debra Polit e, lydia SanTiago, linda Capps. Front row, t. t o r .: Mr. Edwin Kozol, Sydney Sasso, Colleen H uson, Made leine Powell. ART CLUB SPO S'ORS SHOWS L t o r .: Colle en H uson, lind a Capps, Madeleine Pow ell, E SThe r SulZ, Mr. Koziol 152 Two art s ho ws, sponsored by the Art Club wer e the highlights of the Art Club's 1967-19 68 yea r The fir s t was held in December wit h Greg Montano winning a first and second place ribbon and Cheryl Pinto taking a secon d place. The Art Club, sponsored by M r Edwin Kozio l i s a group formed to further the exper ience of student s interested in ar t Meetings a re held every T ue sday and T hur sday after scho ol for the purpose of work i ng on art proiects. The m ember s of the club provide poste r s for many club and sc hool fun c tions.

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Ff Ont f O W I t o f : Joan McCu l lough B e th Lewis, D e n ise Rai ni e r Renee B allou. B ack row, I t o t : M r Reev es, H a l Wade, A l ex Chong, Chris Co x, Ernie F aris, Harr y Blevins. SAFETY CLUB WORKS TO MAKE SCHOOL SAFE T he Saf e t y Club has an important r o le in protecting the students and faculty of C.H.S. from safety hazards. Members are sel ected by Mr. R eeves. The club i s a member of the N atio nal Safety Council. Members make i nspect i ons of the schoo l and coope rate with the Fire Depa rtment dur ing fire drills. Peri odica ll y, the Fire In s pector makes inspec t ion tours with one of the club membe rs. 153

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21 C L U B STRIVES TO IMPROVE Keit h Wrenn, president. and Mf. MacFarland Mr. Robert MacFarland sponsors the 21 Club. M embers of the 21 Club at their annual picnic. P romoting study and understanding of l atin American countries is the 21 Club's main objec five. The 2 1 Club consists of 2 1 boys. Seven are senior s; six jun iors; four sophomores; and two freshmen. Members are vote d in for the current sch ool year at the end of the p receding school yea r T o be eligible for member ship, one mus t have ma i ntained a "8" average. Each Ch ristmas member s annually collec t canned food and gifts for the P aulists' orphanage in Colon, and the Old F o l k's Home. A t t his time the 2 1 Club sponsors a dance a t w hich the entrance fee is one can of food. Each year the members each p repares a speech on one o f t h e l ati n Amer ican countries. Three p r izes are awarded. Fou r members of Rotar y I n ternat ional act as judges. The t hree speeches that have earned the highest number o f points are awarded the prizes. last year Steve Gegg took first place.

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INTER -AMERICAN RELATIONS Front row, I. t o T.: Monly Belange r Richa r d Wainio, Will Graham, J P. Morgan, J erry Weigle, Peter Morland Ste ve l aurie. Middle row, I. 1 0 r : Cale b C l ement, Steve Gabriel R andy Hull, Gary Collins, Dee Delapp, Joe Cron a n J immy B ulle r Hap Brand e nburg Back row, f. to r : Mr. M ac F arlan d Keith Wrenn, Craig Fir th, luis Dominguez, SIeve Gegg, Scoll Spencer, Franklin. 2 1 C lub Members dance at the 2 1 C l ub dance. 155

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THREE L A GUAGE CL B S Front row, I t o r.1 Maryenn SIno, lucinda Berragan, MarlizlI Rodriguez. Rlquel Flores, hzel Carrasco, Mar i a Arocho Rosi!a Cabrera. Gla,dys Barrows, Marvol I nglolllll, Myra J ova Socond row, I 10 1.1 Sydney Sasso, Eme11na Rodriguez. Germaine Lemm, Carmen Reyes, Cheryl PInIO, l y dia SlIn l uJ9?, Vo l and,a T chumy. Karla P anlza Bttclt row I t o 1,1 David Summerlin, Alvaro Davis, Frank Glavas Nlkila Kalfulas, Ralph Ender, Gerald Chen. Orner (hlpsen, LUIs l eo, lull Gordon, EnrlquQ Rounill. The Spanish C lub is a comparatively new or ganization at CHS. This year, an even newer part the Sociedad H onoraria H ispanica was added. This socie t y is composed o f outs tanding Spanish students who are selected by the fa culty members of the language department. The Spanish Club's annual banquet was held at the Sasso's home. During th e Carnival season, the club sponsored a compar sa They were dressed as cocineros, or cooks The language lab Club is an organization of lab assistants who know how to handle the com plex machine Iha l is Ihe language lab T o bo a member, a person mus t have t aken at least one language o ther than English and Spanish and had a passing grade. This year the club was divided into two sec 1ions. One section was composed of active mem bers who were able to contribute their spare time in helping Mr. Stearns the club sponsor, run the lab. The other members were reserve and, al. though qual i fied lab ass i stants wer e unable 10 use their spare time to help in the lab. Reserve members had every privilege of the active mem. bership except for the election of officers Only active members could hold offices in the dub and vote. 156 A VAILABLE TO C H S ST DE TS l e C i rcle F rancais, sponsored by Mrs. Gegg, has an honorar y membership which requires ini. iafes to ha ve at lea s a B average in French Fren ch week was celebrated by dub members by building an Arc of Triumph outside M r s. Gegg's room. The Fren ch Club toured the French passen. ger liner F rance" at the Cris tobal piers. Severa l invited officers of the Balboa H igh School F rench C l ub accompa n ied them. Fton t tOW, I to t .: N ikita KaHulas David lee, Rosy B utler. Alex Chong Albert Chong. Second row: E velyne legrand, Daniel lee, Katherine Gegg, Germaine L emm Third row: Sue H olloway, Omar Ch ipsen, SIeve Gegg, Gerald Chen, Mrs Gegg (sponsor). Back row: Dav i d Summerlin, Gilda Cedeno. Mar i H anly, Nancy Gregory. Jane Whellon, Judy Fong. Front row, f to t .: Doug Mclain, Marcela H i lzinger, Dav i d Summerlin M i ddle row: Eugene Holland, D lonesl a Nieves. Ted Bailey, Joey Oberholtzer, Pat Powell Mr. Stearns (sponsor), Back row: Ralph Ender, Enrique Rosan ia, Doug Slevens, Manuel Grimaldo, Sammy Delgado, Gary Robertson C ",-, ..\ -" "" --1 57

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Front row, I. 0 r.; J amie Meeker, Margaret McDonnel, Barbara H ughes, Vickie Kaufer, Mary Huffman Phyllis Golden, Margie Ward, J ean Geer, Carol Colgate, Margie Coffin, Daryn Bar ger, Donna Barger, Charlene Alberga. Back row; Yolanda Tschumy, Rachel Rice, Marce l a H ilzinge r Annie Benero, L ena B arrows, Gladys Barrows, Cecilia Alberga, Sharon Walker, Marilza Rodriguez, Belly Reddin, Mary Rawlings, Dionesia Nieves, Brenda Morrison. 158 P ink Girls awai l t hei r awards assembly. PINK GIRLS AND F U T U R E NUR SES T he Pin k Girl s are composed of girl s who vol unteer to work at th e Coco Solo Hosp ital durin g the summer. T hese girls wor k during the morning hours, three days a week. They experience many unforgettable moments, learning techniques of patient care. They help the regula r nurses comfort patients, make beds, pass out food trays, and run errands. One prerequisite for becomi n g a Pink Girl is to be a member of t he Future N urses Club.

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Front row, I to r .: Phylli s Golden Donna Barger, Brenda MorrisOf'l, Carol Colga t e Maria Arocho Carmen Reye s, linda Newman, Marcela H ilzinger. Second tOW, I to t.: Sylvia Stiebtitz, l ena B arrows, Deb bie Garne r Betty Reddin Sharon Walke r Jam i e Meeker. Thitd row, I. t o t .: Cecilia Alberga, Mary Huff m a n Diane Hauke linda Huso n, Jo lynn Jones Marvel Inglesias, Zoila Carrasco Fourth row I t o t .: Joyce l arrabee, KaThy De Raps, Stephanie lilies J an B jomeby, Bridget H oward, Marjor ie Coffin, and Rosi e BUTler Fifth row: J udy M c l ain, Sonia Collazo Agnes Colon Jean ett e C ox, Nancy H uson, P at r i cia Newman, Evelyne L egrand Back fOW, I to f : Kathy Gegg La Brend a Wilson Sally M c l ea n Shelley L und, Nil d a Ayala, Sonia Rivers, and Mrs. McNaughTon P U RSUE NURSING CAREER S The Future Nurses Club is an organiza tion for girls who are interested in studying nursing or even becoming a doctor. T he club is sponsored by Mrs. Pf au and Miss R ussell. Eac h yea r the girls p re pare numerous gifts f or the children of l os Negros I s land in Ga tun L ake. Before Chri s tmas, a group of F u tu re Nurses go t o the i sland i n a boat suppl ied by the C ana l Zone Police and go out among the children giving them food, clothes, and toys 159

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Fron, r ow, I '0 r.: Linda N ewman. Joe Gallis. lydia Santiago, Janet Smith. Caryn Walson. Back row: Mr. Griffin, Cynthia Moo se, Pat Newman Marcela Hilzing e r LIBRARY C L U B MEMBERS HELP S T UDENTS USE LIBRARY The library Club is composed of students who work in the library at lunchtime and during s tudy hall hours helping Mr. Griffin the club sponsor, keep the library in good order. T hey are a familiar sight at the library cou nter helping student s check out books. Club members also arrange the bulletin board in the school library and set up displays in the showcase. 1,0 A student checks a book out.

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TORRID ZONE WIZARDS AROUSE INTEREST I N SCIENCE Front row, fo to t : Madeleine Powell, Eileen Ridge, Leslie Marek Judy Fang. Doug Mclain Bacle row, /. to t .: Hal Wade, P a t Powell, Jim Gray, Kathy King, John Carlisle Barhara Bradley, Rachel Rice. Robert Spilling. Mr. Norman Sponsored by Mr. Norman, the T orrid Zone Wizards tried to instil l interest in science. The i r main activities include an annual banquet and field trip s This year, a field trip was made to Fort Randolph and marine life was studied there. Gatun locks visited by Torrid Z one W izar ds. --16i

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1&2 CHS HONOR SOCIETY I N ITIATES NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICER$-L to r .: Richard Wainio, treasurer; Alexander Chong, president; Mar ce l a H ilz ing e r secre t a ry ; and Keith Wrenn, vice pre5ident. Schola r s h ip, leadership cha r acte r an d se r vice are the f ou r criteria for members h i p i n the Na tional Honor Socie ty. Members are c hosen by a committee made up of faculty members. Students w ho a re eligible for membership in NHS must have a t lea st a 3.00 grade poi nt aver a ge, and must have s hown exceptional leadership, c hara c ter a nd service to th e sc hool. At the fall initiat ion assembl y, p lanned and carried out by members initiated the previous spring, one senio r gi rl Susan Sawye r was tapped. A banquet was held in late December for old members returning from co llege College experiences were compa red and discussed Eleven new members were initia t ed at an i m pressive ceremony held in earl y Februa r y. Four senio rs, Ros i e Butler, Peggy Hale D av id l ee, and Mary Webste r and seven jun iors were a dm i tted; Bar bara Bradley Gilda Cedeno, Albert Chong, J udy Fong, Mari H an l y, D aniel lee, and Brenda R ichardso n A new system was used in announcing th e new members. Dispe nsing with the traditiona l tapping ceremony, the names of the new members were announced on the morning bulletin. The next week, the members wer e introduced at an as semb l y and were initiated. Members of the club enjoy a banq ue t after Sue's initiation. Sue Sawye r in the initiation ceremony Keith Wrenn gives a speec h on cha r acter.

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12 NEW MEMBERS THIS YEAR N H s Sealed, I. 10 t .: Marcela H ilzinge r AIel( Chong. Keith Wrenn. Standjng. I. fO t.: D avid lee, Barbara Bloomberg, Mary Webster, Judy Fong, Monty Belanger Peggy H a le, Brenda Richardson. Mad H an l y, Steve Geg9, G ilda Cedeno, A lbe rt lee, B a r ba ra Bradley, Daniel lee, Mrs. Condon. 163

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Officers elected in spr ing of '67 for school year 1967-68 are: L to r.: P resident Steve Gegg, Sec r etary L inda Hood, Treasur er Monty Belanger and Vice President Mari H anly. Judy Oberholtzer, SIeve Gegg and Peggy Hale Throughout the year SA members help with activi ties, t a king polls and selling tickets. Pat Waggoner, Eligio Thomas, and Dave Belt S T U DENT ASSO C I ATION l inda Hood and linda Dendy he l p to distribute yearbooks. Traditionally, the SA provides and trims a Christmas tree in front of the main office. L to r.: linda Hood, Mati H anly, Richard Wainio, and Monty Bel anger.

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TO ACHIEVE UNITY I C H S T he S.A. is the governing organization for the student body of C HS. It sponsors all the school clubs and activities, providing them with funds co llected from the student s as SA dues. Seniors and iuniors pay $ 9.50 for their SA ticket s or $4.00 without a yearbook. Sophomores and freshmen pay $ 7 .50 or $3.00 wi thout a yea r book. This ticket entitles each member admission to dances, interscholastic games and the 1968 C a r ibbean. At the beginning of each year, the S.A. traditionally organizes the Orientation D ay Assemb l y. for ne w students entering CHS, the Opening Day Assembl y whic h is held on the fir s t day of sch ool, and the Get Acquainted Dance usually held on th e first weekend of sc h ool. T he S.A. provides a specia l train t o the P acific side for inter-scholastic games F o r the Atla ntic sid e games, it pays for the officials and th e programs whic h a r e needed. This year the S.A. store sold many items. It was well suppl ied with T iger sweatshirts, hats, pennants, and bookcovers. Cowbells, T iger seals, Canal Zone seals, pillows shaker s, and megaphones were also sold. During the second semester, the store sold pens and blue and gold pencils. The S.A. also sponsor s a n y new projects that may come up because of a student body desire, such as the Powder Puff Football Game this year. The election of new officers i s held at th e e nd of each school year. A nominating committee composed of the freshman, sophomore, and jun ior class office r s and the eighth grade off ice r s of the Junio r High S tudent Association meet with members of the faculty to nominate three candidates for each office. The offices and qualifications are: president, who is to be a p resent member of the junior clas s, vice-president, who is to be a present member of the sophomore class, secretary, who can be a member of any class except eighth g rade, and treasurer, who is to be a present member of the junior o r sophomore class. Campaign week, which is to be held no later than five weeks before the end of school is then organized. Posters are put up and pep rallies put on by each candidate and his manager to win support. A campaign assembly i s held in whic h each candidate present s his objectives as an of ficer to th e student body. The campaign manager introduces his candidate, telling o f his qualifications fo r the office After the candidate's speech, he may choose to have a ski t put on by some of his supporters. Then an organized election is held wi th certain specifications as given in the Constitution. The elected officers are inaugurated a t the Opening Day Assembly. If during their term of office they do not maintain a C average, they are considered automatically resigned As soon as possible after the beginning of the school year, homeroom representat ives and alterna te s a r e chosen They are to make up th e actua l governing body o f th e school. Representatives are assigned duty as line watchers in the cafeteri a throughout the year. Alternates a lso compose the Athletic Council which is in charge of admission to activities. The S.A. is sponsored by Mr. Gansen. STUDENT ASSOCIATION HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Seated, I to r.: Jo lynn Jones, Sherrie Weber, D ale Scott, Nora Kirkland, Peggy H ale. Standing, I to r.; John Burza Dave Summ e rli n, Doug M clain, Bruce R ichardson, Modesto Padill a, Terry Smith, Vicki Weber, L eslie M arek, E ilee n Ridge, Co nnie laF ave, Joyce Larabee, Annette Maucuso Steve J acquez, Greg Spence r 167

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:;. 0 i / [t(BY JJ I Mr. Gansen, Economic s a nd Mathem a tics teacher is also the sponsor f o r our S A SA SPONSOR AND HOMEROOM ALTERNATES WORK TO HELP SA FUNCTION SUCCESSFULLY H ome r oom Alterna t es ate, fronf row from I. to r : Raqu e l Padilla Denise Rainier, M a d Hanly, J udy Oberholtze r Caryn Watson. Back Nancy Gregory. D an Valentine Barbar a Bradley, Neil Maxwell, Ken Br.oks, Madeline Powe l l and D avi d Edw ards 168/

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SA MEMBER S ASSI S T I N LU C H ROOM AND EACH MONTH DECOR A T E HALL BULL ETIN BOARD Joyce Larabee watches as a group of students go throug h sleam table line. lining up fo r packaged food. R onny Smith and Mad H an l y start work on J anuary bulletin board linda Hood and Mari H a n l y 169

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170 FASHION CONSCIOUS CRISTOBAL STUDENTS Clothing fashions are always topics of interest to T ige r s. This year's appar el is exceptionally eyecatching. The skir t lengths rang e from the knee to mid-thigh; from straight to A-line to culottes. Bloomer and pant dresse r were big with t h e girls conside red by some as s afer. The boys' pants range d from plain to plaids to paisley. The fashions he re are only a few of the many dif ferent t ypes seen at C r istoba l.

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A STUDENT MAY RELAX AT 00 I BY-Visiting the snatk bar Joining friends for lunth Preparing for en afternoon of hard work 172

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A s hop class is give n instructions in proper respect fo r a saw. THERE A R E DIVER SIONS I N THE REGU LAR SCHOOL D A Y T he library is a pl ace to meet friends and to study. A gym class has a p arty Jo u r nalism class t akes t ime out to ea t animal lollipops brought back by a student who had visited in Costa Rica. 173

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I N FOOTBALL INTERESTS The senior and junior girls proved that they could eni9Y football as well as the boys in the Powder Puff Football Game. The feeling of unity between the boys and girls throughout the prac tices and actual game was something that all were p roud of. Boys volunteered to ac t as managers and waterboys, and of course coaches and cheer leaders, just as the girls volun teered to play and fix the floats for the parade. The whole atmosphere around the game was one of happiness because of the fact that the girls could participate and show a real interest in one of the boys' favorite interests. 175

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) '-:;rf ) Some people try to get a IiUle sleep, but il is often next 10 impossible. THOSE C OAST T O C OAST TRA I N TRIP S A coast to coast trip for interscholastic games for high school teams and students is something to CHS. Here on the I sthmus, however, the trip only takes an hour and a hal f on the Panama Railroad. There is an approximate average of 400 students who sign up for each train trip. The trip is sponsored and organized by the S.A. T his spe-cial program is now in its third year. Prior to this, coaches were assigned to students by the Assis t ant Pri ncipal; now s tudents are allowed to choose a coach to ride so that they may be with their friends. The coaches are designated by colors. Even after a long, hard day at school, th e trai n is fu ll of exuberance and cheering with Tiger Spi r i t". C H 5 and BHS Cheerleaders get together during half time. Relaxing after the game

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THERE ARE AL WAYS AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES The r e is the beaut i f u l C hr istmas fo r mal. Ther e are dances 10 attend. T here's a bonfire preceding Ihe snake dance on Ihe night before J amboree. and dub d i nners. There are specia l ski lS. We have holh the All anlic and P acific Oceans wiTh thei r magnificent beaches and 11 Tropical moon

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I / S HIP W RECK THEME FOR AN UAL FRESHMANSOPHOMORE S PONSORE D DANCE Left: Ann H irons, M ary Redman, Ronny Smith B o ttom lef,: Ronny Smi th Mary Redman, Ann H irons, Ronnie Travers Boltom: Modesto P adilla, Carmen Ortiz Joan Kurzdorfer, Ann H irons

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RUNNERS-UP FOR THE 1968 HALL OF FAME Front row, t t o t .: Barb ara Geddes. P e te Morland B esl Dressed. Second row, f to f .: Susan Sawyer. KeiTh W renn, ( not pictured), Most I nfe l l ectual. Third row, t o to t .: M arcella Hilz inger, SIeve Gegg. M os T L ike ly to Succeed. F our th row I t o t.: Ann Par ker Van Courl (not p ictured) Best Dancer Fifth r ow, I to t .: David Summerlin ( not pictured), Rosie Butler, Friendliest. B ack row, I t o t ,: B a rbara Bloomberg (nol pictured), Crai g FirTh, Most T alen t ed. front row, I. t o t.: Sherrie Weber. Norm Specler, Mr. and Miss C HS. Second row, I t o t.: Chi Chi R ainie r Fred Dejesus, Best l ooking, Third row, I to t .: Joan McCullough, Jim Carlson. Willies! Bac k row, I to t .: Beth Lewis, Mont y Belanger, Most AThletic.

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S .A. PRESIDE N T STEVE GEGG, RINGS THE VICTORY BELL The Victory Bell is one of the tradition s of Cristobal. It is to rin g w h e n ever th e Tiger s win an i nterscholastic game o r a seasonal championship It is a lso rung when Cristoba l wins a special activi t y, s uch as the T .V. quiz program for E ngineer's Week. T he bell is located in the co rr ido r outsi d e the school main office. When Cristobal High School was located in New Cris t o bal, this bell was the simpl e school bell ringi ng in th e morning, at lunchtime, a nd in the afternoon. T hen when the high school was moved to Coco Solo, nothing was t o be taken from the old building, but the bell had been sent out for repai r s. When if was completed the school 180 had been move d so i t was returned to the new l oca tion It i s th e only thing we h ave from the origin a l Cri s tobal High School. It was n o t until later that the bel l became so importa nt to th e students at C HS; it was ius t kept sa fe l y away. In 1963, the senior clas s dona ted the mounting w hich the bel l now sits on. If was built a nd the bel l was mounted by Mr. Henry Carpenter. The clapper f o r the Victory B ell is a lways kept i n a vault in the sc hool office to make sure that it is only rung on th e specia l occasions which call for it.

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Que e n Dale I and her court at the Coronat i on Ball. Fton, row I to t : Betty link Maria Arocho, Sue H olloway, Queen D ale S c ott, A ida P a d illa, Joa n M c C ullough, lind a Hood Back fOW, I. to f.: Rogelio Clough Davia Summerlin, F rank T o r torici, Mr. Sollas, luis Gordon, C raig F irth, R ichard W ainio. Queen D ale I reigni n g ove r the COl'o nation Ball. .. 182 Carniva l is an impor tan t celebr atio n for t he peo p l e of Pana m a b e f o r e t h e begin ni n g of l ent. T he Canal Zone always j oins i n wit h t he people to help celebrate, and t o hel p bring a feeling of unity between the two peopl es. Each year, the Canal Zone elects a Carnival Queen according to t he amount of votes she obtains by selling them. T his yea r ten girls ran; eight of them were from C HS. T hese girls joined i n all the Carnival activit ies. At a third vole d a n ce, the queen and her court are announced This year, the queen and five of t he princesses were from Cristobal. The queen was D ale Scott. She reigned over all the Canal Zone Carnival activities. T he princesses in her court were: Maria Arocho, Sue Holloway linda Hood, Betty Link, and Aida P adilla. Queen Dal e's escorts were Doug J ones an d F rank T ortorici Because o f the fun and closeness with t he pe ople in Panama, a sure feeling of uni t y must have been obtained among all those involved. J oey Oberholtzer, along with Bodie Swain, and Stan J anasiewicz were the Queen's Trumpeteers at t he Coronation Ball.

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Linda Hood Aida P adilla, D enise Cole man, and D ale Scott dance around Momo at the flag raising Mr. Bock can really dance! CARNIVAL CREATES UNITY BETWEEN THE CANAL ZON E AND PANAMA T he S.A. io ine d in the CarniVal sp i rit by pulling up a Panamania n d i s p l a y a n d t he q ueen candi d a tes' p ictu r es 183

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Tke Queen's Comparsa dressed as l i l A bne r and Daisy Mae for the parade and for t hei r skit at tke Stranger's Club DANCES AND PARADES HELP Left: Princess J oan McCullough getting rea dy to board Ihe float D a l e Scott gels ready to ride Ik e Can a l Zone float along wi th her Prin -

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Prince5$ Sue H olloway at The Coron a T ior. Ball. DISPLAY CARNIVAL S PIRIT The Spanish Club Comparsa participaTed in the parade as Cocineros ". P rincess linda Hood and R icha rd Wainio dancing 10 The music of lucho Azcarraga 185

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--c, TAE j] ADVERTISEMENTS .1111., I aiii ______________

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CRISTOBAL CITIZENS OF CARIBBEAN GIRLS S TATE Seated, I to t .: J udy Oberholtzer. gove rnor ; D ale SCOIl, lieutenant governor. Front fOW, I to t : Linda Hood, Sherrie Weber. Den ise Coleman. D enise R ainier, B a rbara Geddes, Susan Sawyer, louise H i xon Ann Parker Back row, I to t.: Marv Webster, Chris Baas Rosie Buller, Sharon Bush, Pat Waggoner, Peggy H ale. M a rcela H ilzi n g er, Sylvia Smith, liz Kres c h Each year, the junior girls on the Canal Zone look forward to attending Girls State. This consists of a week in whic h the girls are exposed to Government as it exis t s in the United States E ach girl becomes aware of her duty as a citizen of a Democracy. T he session moves a t a quick pace pre senting each l evel of government and letting the girls actually live if. The firs t level is that of the city; bills are presented that would naturally be presented on that level. Next, the girls prac ti c e legi s lation on the state level. At e ach level, the officers are elected by the cit izens. At th e f i n a l election the officers of the state were elected. The gov ernor was Judy Oberholtzer, (Cristobal); the lieu t e nant governor was Dale Scott, (Cristobal); the secretary o f s t a t e w a s V i cki B a rnes, (Balboa); and attorney general was Becky F al l s, (Ba lboa). 188 On the l ast night of this exciting week, the inaugu ration of offi cers takes place. The girls who are to go on and study Government on the national l evel are named this night. These girls are to be their state's senator to the session in Washington, D.C. Two girls were named: Carol Conyne and Judy Oberholtzer, both from Cri stobal. Three g irl s were named as alternates: Vicki Barnes and Carol Adair, from Balboa and Dale Scott from Cristobal. The graduation ceremony is very solemn and touching. T he lights are put out and eac h girl files out after lighting a candle from the governor's or the l ieutenant governor's candle. The girls al l sing the song "America, America" as they leave. T he Caribbean Girls Stat e is held during Easter vacation. It i s sponsored by the American legion Auxiliary.

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Best Wishes From CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE LODGE NO. 1542 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 189

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190 Compliments of GRACE LINE (Panama Agencies) Best Wishes NORTON, LILLY & CO., INC. Steamship Ag e nt s and Ope rator s Uni t e d Frui t Co. B l d g Roo m 1 02 2nd F loor Cristob a l e d nal Z o ne Compliments of THEATER LIDO Front of YMCA II th and 12th C o lon, Panama MEREL JEWELRY JEWELS-WATCHES-DIAMONDS We Make All Kind. of Trinkets We Engrave Loc ated Between 10th and 11t h on Boli ... .,r N ee d a New Hairdo? Go to YMCA Building MAVIS BEAUTY SHOP

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Complim e nts of AGENCIAS CONTINENTAL S.A. . Compliments of C, W. FERNIE and co. C r i st oba l Cana l Z o n e Cri stobal, Canal Zone 1 9 1

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1'2 Congratulations To The Class of 1968 For 39 year PAN AM has been privileged to serve the travel needs of the Canal Zone students and faculty. GOING TO COLLEGE ABROAD? See Pan American's Guide to the Principal Universities of the World PA.LV" H..IlCA.LV" WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE I 002 I I th Str ee t Colon R P T e l ephones-Cri stobal 3-2992 Colon 7-1980

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PAN CANAL YACHT CLUB Compliments of CIA. HENRIQUES, S.A. Cristobal, Canal Zone I GAMBIZE, S A. Ship Chandlers 24 HOUR SERVICE II 193

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196 Compliment s of the FRENCH LINE Compliments of W. ANDREWS & CO. Our best wishes to the Class of '68 CASA CHUGANI Colon a n d Pdn.llma W holesale and R etail Linens, Oriental Furnitur e Brasswa r e MARACAIBO B olivar Stree t Calle 1 0 Ave. Bolivar C o l o n R P

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Compliments of General Office Box 2049 Colon Free Zone Compliments of MOTTA Colon Fre e Zone 197

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200 C B. FENTON SHIPPING AGENCY Cristobal Canal Zone Compliments of Congratulations C.H.S Graduates Best Wishes from BRISTOL LABORATORIES INTERNATIONAL S.A. Apartado 1 174 Zona Libre De Colon

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Compliments to CHS TIGERS from AUGUST A, S.A. Exclusive Distributors of KENT-NEWPORT-TRUE and BELL HELICOPTER COMPANY of Fort Worth Texas LA ISLA DE CUBA Offers You a Complete Assortment of Fabrics. Colon R P 201

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202 BOYD BROTHERS STEAMSHIP AGENCIES, LTD. Royal Mail Lines Bldg. Cristobal Canal Zone CANAL ZONE POLICE Cristobal Canal Zone -,.. -!4!!J-IIIIIQ

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. -------Compliments of TROPICAL RADIO TELEGRAPH CO. C r istobal, C Z Compliments of BANCO CAFETERO Box 200 I Colon F ree Zone 203

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AGEE, MR. AND MRS. J ALLEN, MR. AND MRS. B. G. ALEXANDER, H H AUSTIN, MR. AND MRS. R L AUSTIN, MR. AND MRS. NElSON AUSTIN, MR. AND MRS. D. .ALLGAIER, G. P. ALLEN, BUD ALESSANDER, MR. K. ANNEN, CAPT AND MRS. M ALBERGA, MRS. C E APONTE, MR. AND MRS. J JR. ARESSANDRO, MRS. K A LBRI GHT, LT. AROCH O LUI S BOYRIE DR. R DE BRANDL, MRS. J. BYRD. MR. A N D MRS. W. R BERRY, MR. AND MRS. H W. BLANEY. MR. AND MRS. F M BURGE MR. A N D MRS. G F BILGRAY, MRS. BLANCHETT E R BOSWELL MR. AND MRS. J D BASIL, S F C AND MRS. l. J BIASEllO. SSG AND MRS. M. B URDGE SMAJ AND MRS. J W. BRINGAS, MRS. E BROOKS. SMAJ AND MRS. D. K B OS EMAN V BENNETT, SGM AND MRS. D. R BOONE MRS. P. BERQUIST, R BUCK, MR. AND MRS. R. BONILLA, MRS. BRAYTON. MR. AND MRS. D BlOUN T MRS. V W BARRAZA, DR. E K. BARRAZA, DR. J BEHRE, MISS T A. BARROWS, MR. AND MRS. l. H BAILEY, MR. AND MRS. T l. BUSH MR. AND MRS. R BURBINE, MR. AND M RS. 1 J BARR, MR. AND MRS. P G. BEVE R H O U DTT, J. R BUNNEll MRS. R l. BUTZ, MR. AND MRS. BATH, M G. BlOEMER, CAPT AND MRS. R. J. BRUCE, MR. AND MRS. D E. BOONE, MRS. P. BRANDENBURG, MRS. A. BURGESS. MR. AND MRS. N. BELZER, CAPT. AND MRS. R. BAKER. MR. AND MRS. F W. BAITEl. M. l. BUTLER, C. BUMINDO, MR. AND MRS. V. BATES. MSGT AND MRS. D. H BELISLE, SFC AND MRS. A. G BUSH, SFC AND MRS. W. R. BOSWELL, MR. AND MRS. J.D. BLAKE, MRS. V. L. BROWN, MR. AND MRS. C. BANKS, MR. AND MRS. M. BROWN, MR. AND MRS. T. BARTON, MR. AND MRS. R. J. BAKER, MR. AND MRS. F. W. 204 CARIBBEAN BOOSTERS B EACH l. BElZER, C APT. AND MRS. R BALBINA BEANOLENLUNG. MR. A. BEIQUIST, R. B IRD. MR. AND MRS. J BOCK, MR. AND MRS. R. COFFEY, D CARDEN MR. AND MRS. C. W. CARWITHEN, MR. AND MRS. E R CAUDILL MR. AND MRS. C. W. COLEMAN, MR. AND MRS. G COMPTON, MR. AND MRS. E J COURT, MR. AND MRS. V. A. CRONAN MR. A N D MRS. W. J CLARKE, H COPENHAVER, MRS. COFFI N MR. AND MRS. J CONN J A. CHAPPEll, MR. E. T C HESHIRE, MR. AND MRS. H CEDENO. G CRAWFORT. MR. AND MRS. G COMBS, E. ClADLE. MR. AND MRS. N CURRIER. CAPT. AND MRS. 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SENIORS Baas Peter ....... . 14 B5, 96 Baas Ch r istina .. 14 35, 39, 76, B ailey, T e d 83, 84 88 14, 38, 1 20, 151, 157 ... 14 84 90, 153 Ballou Renee Barger Gar y Barrows, Gladys . ....... . 14 14, 137, 156, 158 Belanger, l ouis .. 14 39, 78, 79, 84, 94 95, 96 98, 1 06, 1 07, 108, 1 48, 155, 163 166, 179 B ell, Carol ........ ..... 15 39 B ell, Kare n .. 15 76, 84 B elt, David 15 39, 85, 96, 148 166 B levins, Robert ...... 16 9 6 97 Bloomberg Barbara 16 B6, 88, 91,120, 163,179 B rennan, Angela ....... 16 Burge Ja mes ....... 1 6, 125 Burgess, Stephen ....... 16 110 B ur g ess, Susan 17 84 104 Bush Sha ron .......... 17 90 Butler R osario .... 1 7, 39, 77, 88, 90, 125 ,157, 159 179,210 B utz, Esther .. 1 7, 38, 84, 90, 152 Cardona linda Cardona Rodollo Carlson Ja m es .. .. 1 7 179 Cha ssaignac, Judi Chi sm, Jerry ... ............ 34 Chism Tomm i e ..... 34 118 130 Chong Alexander .... 18 37, 91, 151, 153 163 C int ron, Juan 18 138 Clark Cathy .... ......... . 18 C l ark Michael .... .... . 18 96 Coberly, Jacq ues ...... 34, 140 Coleman Denise 1 8 36, 80, 84, 88,125,183 Court Van . 19 39, 80, 97, 110 Dade, D eSha ...... 1 9, 37, 38, 88 Dejesus, F re d . . 19 ,35,88,94, 95, 96, 1 10 132, 1 44, 179 F ield, Kenneth .. 1 9 38 122 139 F irth, Craig. 19 86, 88 96, 1 09, 150 155 ,179, 182 Flores, Raquel .......... 20, 156 Geddes, William 20 Geddes, Barbara 20, 39, 76, 77, 83,88,179,210 Gegg, Kath e rine ... 20, 151 159 G egg, S tephen ... 20, 35, 88 91, 1 25, 1 5 1 155 ,157, 1 63, 1 66, 1 79 Gercich, Nancy ....... .. 20, 125 Gordon, luis ..... 21, 92 94, 95, 125 148, 156,182 Graham, William ..... 2 1 80, 96, 100,138,14 8, 150 1 55 Haka nson, louis ... 2 1 110, 111 206 Hale Peggy 21, 36, 76 83, 84 88,1 02, 149 163 166 167,210 Hallburg Fay e ....... 2 1 H i l zinger, Marcela 21, 37, 84 90, 102, 104,151 ,157, 15 8, 159 160, 163 179 Hixo n louis e 22 36, 76, 84, 88 123 125 ,210 Holcomb, James ........ 22 125 H olloway, Carolyn ... 22, 76 84, 157 182 1 8 5 2 10 Hoo d linda 22, 37, 80, 84 88, 138 1 39, 1 66 1 68, 179 182, Huff D ennis ... H uson, Colleen 183, 185 22, 37, 88, 132 23 38, 84 90, 120,151 152 I zquie rdo Nelson 23 J ac k son, Stephen ....... 23 J ones, D ouglas .. 23 36, 150 J ova, M ayra 23, 84 1 25, 156 K i rkland Nora ..... 24, 104 125, 132 167 K nig ht Martha 24 Klasovsky Nicholas 24 132 Kredell Michael 24, 39, 96, 106, 131 Kresch Car me n ... ... 2 4 84, 118 l asher, Elizabeth .... ... 24, 120 lauri e, Stephen .. 25 37, 38, 39, 88,94 ,96, 155 lee, David 25 36, 76, 77, 94, 96, 148 157, 163 leon, linda ........... 25 lewis, Elizabeth .. 25 38, 39, 80, 84, 88, 1 02, 103, 104, 1 39 1 49, 153,179 l ink, Betty 25, 84, 182 l ubrano, Teresa ..... 25 l ucas, Shirley ......... ...... Man c he, Patrick ..... 26, 138 Marks Maria . .. 26, 90 Max w ell, Ne i l .... 26, 106, 107, 108, 1 25, 168 M cCu llough J oan .... 26, 78 82 8 4 88, 149, 153 179, 18 2, 184 Mcintyre, Francisco 26, 85, 121, 138 M c l ea n Thom as 26, 38, 86, 92, 94,95 Menges, E ve l y n ............. 34 Morgan, Joseph . . 27, 96, 1 21, 125 Morland Peter .. 27, 39, 96, 154 1 55, 179 Nieve s, Cli fford ............. 27 Oberh oltze r Judy . 27, 38, 76, 88,89 125 ,149, 150, 151, 166 1 68 2 1 0 211 Otero, Miguel ...... ........ 27 P adilla, Aida 27, 125, 182 183 Parker A nn 28, 39, 76, 88, 10 2, 1 03, 10 4, 1 23, Pau lso n Mark .... 28, 78 80, 96, 148 Price William .............. 28 Pritham, Andrew . ......... 28 Radel Stephen ..... 28, 38 109 Rainey D avid .... 28, 39, 96, 148 Rainier Denise ... 29, 38, 39, 78, 79, 8 3 84, 88, 10 4 1 25, 153 168 179 Red d i n Betty 29, 90, 158 159 R eil, William ............... 28 Reyes, Brunilda ........... 29 R eyes, R osa 29, 84 Ric h mond, lois ............. 29 R obso n Ronald ..... 30 Rodr i g uez, Emelina 30, 1 25, 15 6 Saltz Ga r y ... . 30, 86, 106 131, 149 Sasso, Sydn e y ... . 30, 152 156 Sawye r Susan .... 16 30, 35, 38, 114 ,150,162,179, 211 Row l ey, Hanna . 30, 84, 90, 102 Sco tt Dale .... 31,35,80,82,84, 88,10 4, 149,16 7, 18 2, 183 184 Scott, Mar vin .... 3 1 86, 108, 109 Schultz, Marvin 31, 96, 97, 111, 148 Smith Randall Smith, Syl via Sollas, J o hn ....... 3 1,96, 114 ........... 31, 90 31, 1 25 Spec t o r Norman 32, 36, 78, 79, 80, 8 1 84 88 94 96, 97, 98, 100,101 ,110,148,179 Spence r Robert..... 32 96, 114 1 22, 13 8, 155 Spilling, John .............. 32 S tone, H e rmelinda .......... 32 Summerlin David 32, 1 38 151, 156,157,167, 182 Sunrich William .. 32 Wade, H aleron 33 90, 101, 138 150, 153 ,186 Waggoner Patricia ..... 33, 149, 150, 151 ,166 Wainio, Richa rd .. 33 39, 78, 80, 96, 148 155 16 2, 166, 182, 1 85 Washabaugh, Paul 33 131, 1 3 9 Weber, Sherrie . 33, 39, 80, 81, 84,88, 139, 167, 179 Web s ter Mary 33, 163 Weise logel A r thur .......... 34 Wigg i ns Thomas ........ 34, 94 Will, Margaret 34 84, 102, 151' Wrenn Keit h 34 35, 38, 88 91, 94,95,96,97,99, 100 ,101, 107, 148 15 4, 155, 1 62, 163 Year wood, Reginald 34 36, 140 JUNIORS Alberga Cecilia ... 43 15 8 159 A l len, Stephen ...... 43 96, 110 Arocho, Maria ... 15 6 159 Ass andas, Kishu ............ 43

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Baas, T om ............. 43, 96 43 B anks, L ee Barr a g a n Lucinda B arrows L e na ... 43, 15 6 4 3, 1 2 1 1 44, 1 58, 159 8eall, Robert ............ 4 3 85 Bener o Anayans i ... 4 3, 8 4 1 4 4 15 8 8ensen D onald ...... 43 96, 1 4 1 Bensen J ay 4 3 8 4 96 Brad ley B a r bara .. 43, 1 6 1 1 63, 16 8 Bran denburg H a r ol d 43, 96, 105, 106, 107 155 Brooks, David ... .. 4 3 4 4, 1 3 8 Brook s K e nneth 44, 109, 168 B u r za J o hn 4 4 167 Cabre r a R osit a . 4 4 84, 15 6 Cande l ar i o P ed r o ..... . . 4 4 C an t u D avid ........ 1 06, 1 0 7 Cardona, Carlo 44 C a rey, Harr y . 44, 96, 1 10 144 C a rr asco, Zoila . . . . 156, 159 Cas t ro H a r r y 44, 94, 96, 107 108 C e deno, G i lda 44, 85, 15 1 157, Chen, G e r ald C h ipsen, Oma r Ch o ng Alb e rt 1 6 3 4 4, 106, 156, 157 44 156, 157 44 106, 151, 157, 1 63 Clough R ogelio .. .. 44, 144, 1 82 Cook J o hn ................ 44 Crabb, lIa ................. 45 C u rr i er Richard D av is, Alva r o D e T o r e K at hleen 4 5 45, 156 45, 1 0 2, 1 0 3 149 D iaz J o hn . . . .. 45 D o hle D avid ............... 45 Domi n g uez, Luis 45, 15 1 1 5 5 Dosser Michael . ........... D ye r G a r y .............. Eissing B a r b ara ......... 78, 82 F avorite, G e orge . . 45 E vans J ac q u eline ....... 45, 1 39 F a ris, E rne s t .. 45 1 53 F avori t e George 4 5 Favor ite, Howard 45 F e r re l Bruce ...... . . . . 4 5 F igue r oa, Mi r iam ... 4 6 Finn eman, Jerr y ........... 46 F o n g J udy 104 149 151, 1 5 7 161 F o rd J immy 94 F re ema n J a me s .... . .... 46 Gab r i el S tephen 4 6 5 1 9 4, 96, 106 154 155 G a rner, Debor a h ..... 4 6 5 0, 1 5 9 G ol d e n Ph yllis 4 6 15 8 159 G onza l ez, C a r m en .. 46 Gon zalez, J o e ....... ,..... 46 Gr e go r y Nancy 47, 7 6 151, 157, 168 46 46, 105 .... 47, 8 2, 85, 1 4 9 157, 163,166, 168 4 7 138 Green Michael Gree r, B a rry H anly Ma ria Healan, Charles H e d man Rose H e r r i ng C hristine ... 10 4 H olloway, Ronald 47, 9 6 H uffman Mar y 47, 84 158, 15 9 Hughes, B a r b ar a 15 8 Hughes, R oy H uso n Lind a ........ 47, 85 159 I g l e s ias Mar ve l .... 47, 156, 159 l viII, N o r ma n .... ....... 4 7 J anasiewicz Stanl ey 47, 86, 150 Jeffries, Steven . .. 4 7 Jenesky, Samuel . . 4 7 Jones, H a rry. . 47, 96, 105, 106 J o n es Jo L y nn 47, 83 159, 167 K alfulas Niki t a . . 48, 156, 15 7 K erley, Maria 48, 83 Kilgo re, Lloy d 4 8, 96 K i lgor e Sha r o n 48, 84 K inge r y Ant h ony . . . 1 0 5 Knig h t Fran k 48 L ara Au g usto ..... ........ 48 Lawson, S t ephanie 8 48 Lee, D a niel .... 48, 151 157, 163 L e mm Germ a ine .. 48, 1 5 1 15 6 157 L yman Susa n ..... .. 48, 1 0 9 M ans R olan d . . . .. 48 Marotta P ete r M ar s h Billi e M a rtin F r ank lin McAfee, Rober t Mclain J ohn M ee k e r Jami e M iller, R o b e rt M orga n Jerr y 1 8 83 84 109, 149 4 9 8 5 155 49 46, 150, 157, 161 4 9 120, 158, 1 5 9 49 49, 94, 100, 1 54 1 5 5 M o rales Luella ..... 4 9 8 4 104 M ye r s, E d mu nd ........... 49 Otero, Ge o r ge ............... Paniz a Keria .... 49, 1 25 15 6 P arsons R o dolf o ........ . . 49 P a tton, War re n ...... 49, 85, 138 P into Ch ery l ......... . 49, 156 Plaisance Brian 49 Port i e r Edward ......... . Rainey, O len ............. 50 R amos I v ette Reyes, Car m e n 50, 84, 156, 159 R e y es, Mari a 50 R ice E mma 50, 121, 151, 158, 161 R i c h a rdson Bruce .. 50, 1 4 9 167 R ive r a J ose ....... . . . 50, 96 R ive ra, Luisa .... ...... 50 R odrigue z Milagros R os a nia, Enrique . 5 0, 137, 151 156, 1 57 Sasso, Mar y ...... .. 50, 1 5 6 S h ufo rd, Maga r i ....... 5 0, 137 S h u f o rd Perr y Smith, K.ye .. Smith, Rona l d Smith, Stephen ... Springer, Michael Stiebritz, Sylvia Swain, Richar d 5 0, 169, 51, 50 17 8 50 51 151 51 T sc h umy, Yolanda 156, 1 5 9 Valenti n e, D awn .... 51, 102, 103 Vamprine, Wal t e r ... 5 1 96 V erno n H umber t o ... . . 51 Walke r H arold Wa l ker, Sha r o n 51, 83, 90, 158 159 51,84, 158 5 1 160, 168 Ward Marg e r y W a t s o n Car y n Webster, Jehd We igle, Gera l d Wheaton, J ane Wheel e r, F ranj i W ill, Gar y 5 1 96, 1 54 15 5 1 5 7 ....... ... 5 1 83 Yea r w ood R o d ney Zizic, J ohn SOPHOMORES .... 51, 9 6 5 1 51 Alberga Charlene 53 B3, 15 8 Allen E le anor . . . . . .. 5 3 Aroc h o, Lui s 53, 96, 10 1 110 Ayala, M i r s a Barger Donna B a r ger D a r y n B a ssett, Barba r a Blan c hette M i t c hell B ock, Rich a rd 111, 148 . 53 1 5 9 53 83 1 2 8 53 1 58 159 .... . . 53 53, 94, 1 0 7 108 53 B orja, R o bert ... ..... . Broo k s, T imothy ... .. ,., . . Brow n Bru ce ........ .... 53 Brown S tephen 53 Burghardt, M ar i e 5 3 Butle r Thomas. 5 3, 57, 59, 1 7 5 65 l i i o Cand elario, F ernand o ..... ... 5 3 Capps, Linda ....... .... 53, 15 2 C a rden as, R ita ........... 53, B3 C a re y, L 'Nore ........... 53 83 C ar lisl e, J ohn 53 54, 96, 1 5 1 16 1 Carlo, L uis 53 Carlso n P e t e r . ........ 53 Cebollero, Jerg e .... . ... 53 Ceden o Maria .... Cedeno, Mathew Coberly, W illi a m 5 3 5 3 207

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C o ffin, Majorie . 54, 158, 159 Colgate Carol ...... 54, 158, 159 Cro nan Joseph 54, 94, 96, 154 155 54 54 ........ 54 Cros s Stephen Crou c h Al ice . Currier Tina Dejesus, Edgar 56, 96, 110, 111 ,144 Delapp, Cyril 54, 94, 1 52 Dockery, Kathleen .... 54, 76, 78, 10 2,106,149 Dahle, Evangeline ........... 54 Dosser, Earl D owel l Albert ..... .... 54, 102 D uncan Deborah ....... 54, 83 Edwa rd s, Michael ... 54 Endara, Sheila ........ ..... 54 Escribano Nelson 54, 96 F inneman, Michael .. 54 Fleckenstein, Brian 54 Flora Deanna ......... 55, 1 20 F orsythe, Edward 52 Gabrie l Jane 55, 1 02, 106, 148 Gallardo Susan ............. 52 Garner, Faye ..... 55 Gattis Joe . . . .. 52, 150 160 Geer Gloria .... 55, 158 Glavas, Frank ...... 156 Gray, James Hale, Douglas Hannah, Edward Heath D avid 55, 151, 161 .. ........ 52 ...... . 52 ........ ..... 55 H elmerichs, Cinda ... ..... 52, 83 Hernandez, Juan 55 Herron Thomas ............ 55 Hickey, Joseph ... 55 Hill, U rsula 56 Hiron s, Ann ..... 52 78, 86, 10 2, 10 6, 1 49,178 Holland, Eugene .... 56, 156 157 H ous l ey, Jean ........... 56 Howard, Bridget 159 Hull, Randolph ..... 56, 96, 155 Hutchinson Scott . . . .. 56 lIun d Walte r . . . 56 Irion, Brandt ...... ... 56, 76 94 lviII, Barbara ............... 56 I zquierdo, Darryl 56, 96, 120 John son, Elvira ..... . 56 Johns ton lionel 56 Kaufer Ana 56, 15 8 K aufma n Lois ........ K i enzl e, Anne 56, 76, 90, 151, 2 10 Kredell, Mark .... .. 56, 96, 107 Kunke l Jame s .... 56 Kurzd orfe r Joan ..... 52, 56, 17 8 lee, l uis ... 56, 15 6 170 legra nd, E ve l yne 56, 83, 129, 149, 159 208 l oyd, Charles ......... .... 57 l yman, Deborah ........ 57, 109 Marek l eslie . . .. 57, 151, 161 Martinez, Velma ... Mayes, J eannette ........ . 57 McDo nnell, Margaret 128 McGruder, Maria ............ 57 Mcintyre, Elicia ... ......... 57 Meadows, Pamela ............ Meisinger, Michae l ...... 52 151 Montano, Gregorio ....... . . Morri s on, 8renda . 57, 158, 159 Newman, linda .... 57, 159, 160 Newman, Patricia .. 57, 159, 160 Newton, Melanie 57 Niev es, D ionisia 57, 1 20, 156, 157,158 Oberholtzer, Russell .... 57, 157, 1 82 Ort iz Carmen ... O r tiz, Osca r P ad illa, Modesto Polite Debra ..... Powell, Anthula Pritham Sarah 57, 78, 82 178 ..... 57 57, 167, 178 ... 58, 122 58,151, 152, 1 6 1 168 58 16 8 Quinones, Iri s .............. 58 Rawlings, Mary 58, 102, 106, 15 8 Redman, Mary 58, 83, 106, 178 R eeves, Sherry ......... Rice G l oria ........... 58, 121 Richardson, Alfred .......... 58 R idge, Eileen 58, 78, 82, 1 5 1 1 6 1 167 Rivera, Nicholas ........... 58 Robb i n s Mark 58 Robert son, Gary .. 58, 76, 77, 90, 151,157, 2 10 R obison, laurie 58 R obson, Patt i ............ Robertson George .. 58, 96, 1 02 Rodriguez, Maritza 58, 156, 128 Saltz C lark ................ 58 Short, Odus ................ 58 Smith Edith .... ........... 58 Smith, The r esa .......... 58, 83 Spilling Robert ..... 58, 90, 161 Springe r Vicki .... ....... . 58 Stuart, James .......... . 58 T a a ke, Edward ..... 59 Tidwell Susan ........... 59, 76 Torstenson, Carol .. 59, 10 2, 120 Travers, Ronald ........ 59, 102 Turley, Kim .... ............ 59 Val e ntine, D onna . ... .. .. 59 Valentini, Willia m ........... 96 Vaughan Melinda ..... . 59, 83 Vaught, linda ..... .......... Wa l ker, Michael ....... ...... Walton Gary ................ Weber, Viki ...... .... ... 59, 83 Washabaugh, James ......... 59 Webster, Edwin ....... . . 59 Wilder, Barbara .......... . 83 Wong, lui s 59 Workman, Christopher 59 Workman, D ita .... 59, 83 FRESHMEN Allen, Ronald .............. 61 Allickson, Patrick .......... 61 Alanis, Jay ................ 61 Anduray, Greta .... ........ 6 1 Aponte, Julio ........... 61, 96 Arce, E lba ................. 6 1 Arellano, Philbert .. ........ 6 1 Austin, Patricia ..... 61, 102 106 Ayala, N ilda ............... 61 Bailey Christine ... .... ... . Barr, Robert ... ........... 6 1 Bassett, Jean .... ......... 61 Bjorneby Jan ........ 61, 159 Blevins, Elizabeth ........... 61 Blevins, H arry ............. 61 Bloomberg, William ........ 61 Boone, lana .............. 61 Boria, lorraine ............... Boseman, Vivian .......... 6 1 Buchman Jeffery .......... 61 Burge ss, Kathryn ............ 61 Byrd Donald .... ........... 61 Camoesas, Donna .... 61, 90, 136 Cardenas Morris ............ 61 Castro, Raul ............... 61 Cea s e Cynthia .......... 61 Chen, Basilio ............... 62 Christian Patty ......... .... Clement Caleb . .... 62, 96, 155 Cole, Fred . . .. 6 1 62, 136 Collazo, Sonia ... 61, 62, 76, 159 Colon Agnes ....... .. 62, 159 Collins, Gary ... 60, 62, 1 54, 155 Cox, Jeannette ....... . 62, 159 Del Rio, Gabriel .......... De Raps, Kathleen ...... 62, 159 Diaz, D avi d ............ 62, 1 38 DeTore, Joseph . ...... Edwards, David 62, 168 Ender, Ralph ....... 62, 156 157 Farnsworth Allen ........ 61, 62 Ferguson, D anie l .. ....... 62 Figu eroa, Orlando .......... 62 Firth S teven ........... 62 Flor es, Wendy . . .. 62, 83, 129 Fortne r Kenneth ............ 62 Funderburk John ...... 62, 107 Gallagher, Paul .. ....... 62 Gercich, Cafherine ........... 62 Goembel, Marta ............ 62 Golden, Sha ron ..... 61, 120 136 Hann a h John .............. 62

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Harmon Allen Harvey Kim Hauke, Diane Hayden Patricia Heres Isaac Herrera Anthony Herring Mark H ighley, Frederick Hood, Robin ... 63, 90 .... 63 ... 63, 109, 159 ... 63 63,96 ...... 63 63 63,96 63 Huson, Nancy 63 159 lilies, Stephanie ........ 63 159 Irion Eric .............. 63 Jacquez, Steven ....... 63, 167 J anasiewicz, Bruce ......... 63 J ime nez Franciso ...... ...... Jimenez Norma ........... 63 Johnson, William ...... ....... Joyner, Marilyn ........... 63 Kajitani Sam ............... 63 Kaufman David King, Kathy ............ 63, 161 Klasovsky, Antonia .. 6 1 63, 144 Kredell Thomas ..... 6 1,63, 106, 136 Kresge Richard ..... . . .... 63 La Fave Connie 63, 64 167 L arimore, David ............. 63 Larrabee Joyce .... 63, 1 2 1 159, 1 67, 169 Lauritzen, Ann .......... 63, 1 20 lindo, Rod .......... ... ... 64 Loya, Ingrid ................ 63 Lund, Shelley 63, 102, 1 21, 159 Lyman, Hila ...... .......... 63 Mancuso, Annette ....... 63, 167 Mancuso, Joseph ....... . 63, 65 Martin, John ............... 63 Maxwell, Dennis ... .. 60, 63 Mclain, Judy 60, 63, 1 21, 159 Mclean, Sarah .. ... 63 Milligan, Kathryn ... 63 Mohr, Carla ..... 63, 76 Montez Michael ........... . Mulero, Carmen ............ 64 Myers, Robert ............. . Nowicki, Keith ....... 64 Nunez Annamaria .......... 64 Otero, Hilda . . . . . .. 64 Padilla, Raquel 64, 168 P orker, Patti . 64 Parker William 64 Patton, Neil ... 64, 96, 98, 108 Paul son, Jane ........ 64, 144 Perra, R ichard 64 Pinkard Tommy ......... .... Portie r I ngrid ... 64 Powell, Patri cia . 64, 161, 157 Rainey Barbara ............ 64 Randall Minerva ............. Rawlings Rhonda .. ........ 64 Reyes, Ana ................ 64 Reye s, Gloria 64 Rhoads, Pau l 64 Rios, Alma ........... ..... . Rios, Kathy . . . . . .. 64 R ivera, Carmen .......... Rivera Jose ...... .......... 64 Rivera, Mildred .. 64 Rivera, Orlando ............. 64 Rivera Sonia .......... 64, 159 Rodgers Scott ............. 64 R oman, Fabian 64 Russon, Wallace ......... 64, 96 Sada, Henry 65 Santiago, Lydia .... 65, 1 52, 1 56, 160 Santiago, Pedro ............. 65 Scarbrough, Rhonda Scheibe, George .......... 65 Selstad, Lynn 65, 109 Shepard, Edward ........... 65 Smith, Janet ... ....... 65, 160 Soli van, Carlos .... ........ 65 Soyster, Diane ..... 65, 109, 129 Sparrow, Shery l ........... 65 Spencer, Gregory .... . 65, 167 Springer, J acqueline ......... 65 Stevens, Douglas .. 65, 156, 157 Stover, J oachim ... ...... 6 1 65 Sun r ich, Gary ........ ... ... 65 Thomas, Eligio .... ...... 65, 96 Turner Gary .. ............. 65 Valencia, Jose .. ..... 61, 65, 109 Valentine, Danie l .... 65, 90, 120, 168 Valentine, Woodrow ..... 65 Vamprine, Sylvia ........ 65, 129 Vaughan, Miles .... ........ 65 Walker, James .......... 65, 96 Warren, J udy ......... ... 65 Warren, L ynn ........ ...... 65 Weaver, Arthur .............. Weiselogel, Wayne .......... 65 Westerberg, Karen ........ .. 65 Wil son, L aBrenda ....... 65, 159 Wi rtz, Jenny ...... 65 Wohlman, Merrill .......... 65 ADMI N I S TRATION and F ACULTY Allen, Joanne G ...... 1 43, 145 Anderson Adama r y ........ 141 Bailey Richard O ....... 126 127 Belcher, Stena ............ 142 Berger Robert ..... 70, 126, 127 B ock, Richard W ......... 46, 91, 132,133, 145,91, 183 Campbell, Foster J. .... 141 Campbell, Patricia D. .... 65, 122 123 Carr Jo Ann .. 67, 132 133 145 Carwithen, Edwa rd R. 118 129, 121 Comer, Anna Condon, Mary l. Dedeaux Louis F F attorosi, L ouis J. Fattorosi, Margaret Gansen, William J. 142 1 27, 163 . 104 122 13 148 104, 122 123 145 104 134 126 127 145 168 Gegg, Anne D. 124,151,157 Gregg, Eugene T . .. 1 26, 127 Griffin, Allen D. . . 14 2, 169 Griffiths, Ja cinta E. ......... 143 Harris, Joan F 134 H ieronymus, Paul ...... 136, 137 Holloway, Jesse C. 130 Jacobs, Ronald ..... 67, 122, 123 J eff rie s, Paul J ..... 71, 131, 145 Koziol Edwin M. 68, 120, 145, 152 L aurie, Ethel M. 1 32 133 litton, Douglas B. 96, 1 32, 145 MacFarland, Robert W. 105, 122, 154 155 Maedl, Carl F. 114, 115 Mason, Emma Louise .. 136, 137, Mazzoni, Berna r d R. McCullough, Robert E McNaughton, Elizabeth 145 60, 132, 133, 145 68, 126, 127 72, 128 129, 1 59 Meehan, Dorothy .. 72, 1 24, 145 Mowery, Robert l. 141, 145 Norman James D. 136, 137 161 Ortiz, Hernandez I. 138 Palumbo, L uke C ...... 1 36, 137 Palumbo Luke T. ...... 136, 137 Piau Grace S. ............. 120 Piau James H ......... 116, 145 Reeves, Charles T .... 136, 137 145, 153 Rielkohl Stella 69, 124 Rob itai lle Leo 66, 69, 132 133, 145 Russell, Telma ........... 124 Sharick, Earl C. 143 Sheets, Larry A. 138 Siebrands Ann 73 77, 122 123 Smith Dorothy H. .... 118, 122 1 23, 145 Smith, Peggy M. 118 Stearns, James E 124 157 Stohrer, Freda l. 122, 123 145, 150 T aylor, Marion B. Young, Harriett I. 143, 145 70, 122 123 209

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Above: JudV Obe r hol lzer RighI : Sue H olloway and Rosie Butler. Above: Rosie BUl ler, Sue H olloway, louise H ixon, Jimmy Butler, Gar y R obertson, Anne Kienzle, J udy Oberholtzer, Ann Parker. Left : B ar b a r a Geddes and P eggy Hale FRUSTRATED, HARD -WORK I NG STAFF RUSHES TO MEET FINAL DEADLINE

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EDITORS: J udy Oberholtzer and Susan Sawyer. The 1967-68 school year is over. Another Caribbean has been produced, only one of many be fore and many more to come later This year's staff has attempted to produce a book which will co ntain a complete resume of the events and activities of th e past year. We hope we h ave suc ceeded. L ooking back, the beginning seems not so far away and the end seems to have come so suddenly. The school yea r has been a prosperous one for all of us. I f we feel we have not gained in knowledge, we have only to realize that such a year of meeting, speakin g and understanding ha s passed us, and we must re alize tha t suc h a yea r cannot but give knowledge to the individual who lives it. The Caribbean staff would like to express its sincerest tha n k s to all the advertisers for th ei r help in its publica t ion. The editors would like to thank their adviso r Miss Siebrands, and all the members of the staff for their long and diligent hours of work. Also, thanks to all those who have worked behind the scenes o r helped in any way. We hope that you will realize the importan ce of keeping the idea of U nity", whic h we have tried to express, foremos t in whatever you do, T o those r emaining we say, "Good luck in the years to come, especially those at C H S", To the graduating seniors, we can only say, "Good bye, and remember your friends and Alma Mater with appreciation for all the benefits they have given you". T o Cristobal H igh Schoo l we would like t o say, T hank you". 1968 CARI88EAN STAFF Editors. . .. J udy Oberholtzer, Susan Sawyer Seniors Editors; ., .. L ouise Hixon, Sue Holloway Underclassmen Editors: Lena Barro ws, Jeanette Cox, Nan cy Gregory, Carla Mohr, Sue Tidwell Activities Editor : Rosie Butler Sports Editors: .. Brandt Irion, David Lee f aculty, Cur riculum Editors: Barbara Geddes, Colleen Huson Clubs Editors, Advertising E ditors Report ers: Ann Kienzle, Gary Robertson Karen Bell, Jimmy Butler Chris Baas, Maria Marks, Ann Parker Photographer, . David Lee Typist, Peggy Hale Publishe" ........ Taylor Publishing Company 211

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212 TIGER SPIRIT, bold and true, Long live gold, and long live blueNever falter, never fail, CHS to you we hail. We're leaving now, in soul, not heart, The time has come when we must part. We'll face the world and find our fateWe are the Class of '68.

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