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CRISOBALHIG SCHOL oco olo
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Seniors ............ 10
Underclassmen ...... 26
Student Life ........ 62
Activities .......... 74
Clubs ............. 94
Sports ........... 110
Curriculum ........ 126
Senior Index ...... 154
Advertising ........ 166
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A high school contains many things: a restless
search for individuality, a striving for per-
fection in an imperfect world, an urge to be
different, a striving to broaden one's horizons
by facing today's challenges, and a desire to
lay the foundation for a better society, one
free from prejudice and reactionary ideas.
But in the future, when trying to remember
the high school years, one is faced with the
memory of single events, and the overall
aspect of high school fades. Left with the
memories of ideas and emotions, one can think
of only the intangibles to describe these years:
Happlinr,-. fear. friendship, disappointment.
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CECILIA C. ALBERGA
KISHU S. ASSANDAS
STEPHEN GRAHAM ALLEN
LUCINDA BARRAGAN G.
JAY H. BENSEN
BARBARA JANET BRADLEI
ROBERT GLENN BEALL
DONALD KAY BENSEN
HAROLD A. ]HA.NI)ENBUH(. JR.
KENNETH S. BROOKS
DAVID ANDRE CANTU
JOHN ROBERT BURZA
HARRY H. CAREY
ROSITA M. CABRERA T.
ZOILA ITZEL CARRASCO
HARRY CASTRO Z.
GILDA R. CEDESO
FIRST PEP RALLY
r, rl ..Imm the mighty Seniors for the new
football season is Ken Brooks.
OMAR JOSE CHIPSEN J.
GLENDA JEANNETTE DEMPSEY
RENEWS TIGER SPIRIT
lr "Gee, that's how we feel, too. Without this great
support coming from the enthusiastic Senior
Section we wouldn't have won." says Mari Hanly.
LUIS J. DOMINGUEZ
ERNEST E. FARIS, JR.
JOHN H. DIAZ
GEORGE EDWARD EGGER
JACQt ELINE ROSE EVANS
JUDY ELIZABETH FONG
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No one can say these Senior
legs are not pretty. Guess
ST'EPHEN C <,\BRIEL
)DEBORAH ANN GARNER
SENIORS SEE THEIR
PHIlLLIS IF \\ GOLDEN
MARIY CAROLYN CONZALES
BARRY DEAN GREER III
NANCY GREGORY MARIA LYDIA HANLY
LAST FOOTBALL GAME
CHRISTINE ANNE HFRRING MARY F. HUFFMAN
JOAN ELIZABETH HE AI)Y
ROSE MARIE HEDM AN
BARBARA H CHEH
LONG TASK OF SELECT
"We of the negative side believe that capital punishment is deterrent to other crimes," says Harry Carey, while the other
debaters. Richard Swain, Itzel Carrasco, and Lucinda Barragan, prepare to defend their position. Speech class audience include
Bruce Ferrel. Rogelio Clough, and Ken Brooks.
LIN)DA SUE IIUSON
STEI'IIEN 1l. IF I I IIF
MARVEL A. IGLESIAS
HERMON F. JOHNSON, JR.
NORMAN N. IVILL
JO LYNN JONES
ING COLLEGES BEGINS
NIKITA GEORGIU KATTULAS
MARIA ELENA KERLEY
AUGUSTO LARA, JR.
SHARON LiCILLE KILGORE
HAYDEE M. LATORRE
ANTHONY LEE KINGERY
STEPHANIE ANNE LAWSON
GERMAINE YVONNE LEMM SUSAN LORAINE LYMAN PHILIP ALAN MAHAN
SEMESTER EXAMS MARK
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ROLAND iTH MAI MANS
FRANKLIN ANTONIO MARTIN
PETER FRANK MAROTTA
JOHN DOUGLAS McLAIN
BILLIE RUTH MARSH
JAMIE KAREN MEEKER
Would you believe Miss Marcello is the only happy and smiling person in the American Institutions class? At least she does not
have to take those difficult tests as taken by Lucinda Barragan, Barbara Bradley, Nancy Gregory, Phyllis Golden, and Mike Gutierrez.
ROBERT CHARLES MILLER
O. JOSEPHINE OLIVER
LUELLA J. MORALES
EDMUND EUGENE MYERS
WARREN CLARET PATTON
EDWARD CHARLES PORTIER
CHERYL ANN PINTO
OLIN RANDY RAINEY
BRIAN CAMERON PLAISANCE
CARMEN MARIA REYES
Preparing for the role in the play, "The Curious Savage," Debbie
herself into the characterization of Mr-, Ethel Savage.
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ROSA LYDIA REYES
E. RACHEL RICE
MARY ANN SASSO
BRENDA ANN RICHARDSON
Signalling out their year of perform-
ance. the mighty Senior Class prepare
to look ahead into the future.
THEN BEFORE YOU
IT'S HERE ...
YOU ARE READY,
MICHAEL ALTON SPRINGER
RICHARD BOODE SWAIN
WALTER ANTHONY VAMPRINE
SYLVIA CLARISSA STIEBIRTZ
HAROLD RONALD WALKER
ARORY ELAINE WARD
MAR.JORY ELAINE WARD
BETTY MARIE WILKINSON
GERALD EUGENE WEIGLE
GARY JOHN WILL
CARYN LYNN WATSON
FRANJE MARIE WHEELER
JOHN ZDRAVKO ZIZIC
CLASS OFFICERS: Terri Smith, Jimmy Butler, Sarah Pritham.
and Michael Meisinger.
The Junior Class this year consists of 69 girls
and 65 boys. Elections for class officers were
held at the beginning of the school year. Sarah
Pritham was elected president. Michael Meisinger
was elected vice-president, Terri Smith, secretary,
and Jimmy Butler treasurer. The class sponsor
is Mr. Cowley.
On February 18, six juniors were initiated
into the National Honor Society. They were: John
Carlisle, Marie Cedeno, Leslie Marek, Eileen
Ridge, Gary Robertson, and Denise Ward.
The Junior Class presented their Prom on
Saturday, April 26, in honor of the Seniors.
CLASS SPONSOR, Mr. Cowley.
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Alice Crouch Brigitte Daniels
Evangeline Dohle Luis Dominico
The Favorite Junior
Frank Glavas II
Joe Gattis Michele Greene
Douglas Hale Cinda Helmerichs
Joseph Hickey Jr.
A Letter to SANTA
Jeannette Mayes Alicia Mclntyre
GIRLS OF THE FOURTH PERIOD
Firns riu Jrn H.,u-l,. Jeannelle Mla\n', and Edith Smith. Section rn,
Sharn.n RJ) and 1\rgrel McDo'.nald.
Russell Oberholtzer Ricardo Oliver
Harry Carey and Eileen Ridge doing the cheers for the homecoming.
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Mr. Gregg's History class watch a film.
JUNIORS ARE PROUD OF
Eileen is a hard worker.
JUNIORS WORK AND PLAY
Frank Glavas, Jim Gray and Darryl Izquierdo rush to get to their next class.
Juniors take tests on Saturdays.
Winners of the Voice of Democracy, Leslie Marek and Anne
Kienzle pose with Miss Siebrands.
CLASS OFFICERS: Rodrigo Lindo, secretary-treasurer; Dennis Maxwell, president;
Allan Farnsworth, vice-president.
At the end of the year the Sophomore Class consisted
of 127 students.
Probably the greatest event for the Sophomores was
the Freshman-Sophomore Dance on February 15, 1969. The
"Crystal Doughnuts" provided the music, and the king
and queen of this dance were sophomores, Neil Patton and
This year Lydia Santiago, Judy McLain, Diane Hauke,
Donald Byrd, and Bill Bloomberg really displayed their
acting abilities in the school plays. They played many of
the leading roles.
Other sophomores who should be taken into account are
Lana Boone, Robert Byrum, and Robert Phillips, because
they made the High Honor Roll both times in the first
semester. The students who make the High Honor Roll must
have at least a 3.8 average.
CLASS SPONSOR: Mr. Norman
Donald Byrd, Diane Hauke.
play "The Curious Savage."
and Allen Harmon arrange props for
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1)izt Stephanie lilies, Elitabeth Blevins. eonard West, Neil Patton, Jean Bassett I. r,
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SOPHOMORES HARD AT WORK
SAlle,.n ON FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL Mark
ti. .n -
"I refuse to smile because I wasn't a member
of the group with 32% fewer cavites," quips
.. B f Virginia
: l ." f Romero
.t 1 Sophomores not pictured are:
Donald Byrd, Basilio Chen,
Daniel Ferguson, Linda Hale,
Davine Hughy, Francisco Jim-
Peter enez, Jaime Martinez, Nestor
Showalter Rodriguez, Duilio Roura,
Diane Lynn Selstad, David Teves,
Soyster Robert Vela, Robert Wag-
Jackie goner, and Leonard West.
Don Olsen tries
"Did I do right, or wrong?"
wonders Diane Hauke.
his last attempt in breaking the
Alma Rios poses demurely for the camera.
"My future? I am going to marry Flipper!" says
mermaid, Hila Lyman.
Patsy Austin shows Robert Phillips her ability to do
CLASS OFFICERS: Nancy Edmondson, Secretary-Treasurer; Patti Paine, President;
Richard Webster, Vice-President.
The fighting Freshman class started the year by electing
their class officers. Patti Paine was elected president with
Richard Webster as Vice President and Nancy Edmondson
The Freshman-Sophomore brawl was a success for the
Freshmen. They won by a score of 40-9.
During the football season the class demonstrated the
most Tiger Spirit and was awarded the title "the Spirit of
The Freshmen seem to be off to a good start in High
School, both in the academic field and extracurricular ac- A
tivities. Those attaining high honors for the first semester r
are Jimmy Barraza, Jimmy Gewin, Barbara Hartman, Paul- .
ette Jordi, Christy Loizeaux, Evelyn Rivera, and Heidi
Dan Carter was the only freshman initiated into the "C"
MR. HOWELL, the class sponsor
Billy Gillespie and Ann Terwilliger relax on the train.
"What's so funny?" Asks Ann. Ann Gon-
zales, Gerri Blanchette, Cathy Terwilliger,
Karen Currier, Rhonda Kennedy.
Jay Caudill Kathy Cease Leighton Cedcno
Debbie Cheshire Connie Clemons Titi Cole
48 Billy Gillespie
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Mark Collins Cindy Cottrell
Billy Deaton Sharon Dosser
Clifford Ferrel Mike Foscalina
Jimmy Gewin Lynn Goguen
TOTAL 196 STUDENTS
Ruth Gonzalez Debra Gooch Debra Gosney Donna Graham Zan Green Lynn Gregg
Barbara Grier Debra Grissom Carla Gussow Mark Hanly Pat Hauke Larry Hedman
Gale Heishman Joe Herring Vernon Hermanson Kathy Hess Ken Hill Patty Hill
Terry Hogan Dionne Holland Jeri Holleyman Will Huffman June Ilund Doug Jefferies
Julia Jimenez John Johnston Roger Johnston Paulette Jordi Marcia Junkin Rhonda Kennedy
Not pictured: Ernest Abresch
Jody Knight Deanna Koslowsky Marian Kredell Beverly Langston
Luis Lopez Cindy Mahan Ron Mahan Suzanne Mahan
Freshman-Sophomore Brawl ends in Freshman victory.
Smiling freshmen pose for photographer. Titi Cole, Marian Kredell, Nancy Edmondson, Janet
Brandenburg, Marcia Junkin, and Karen Currier.
Oopi ... oaer we go! Cathy Terwilliger and Janet Solomon
Peter Swain Heidi Sweeney
Puuloa Teves Maritza Thomas
TAKE JUDO LESSONS
Carla Gussow practices her fall in judo class.
Miguel Villahermosa Gloria Wynn Susan Zachary
7th GRADERS ADJUST TO NEW SCHEDULES
f~AiND] 1)$ iL I DhiiI Mild1 j
HOMEROOM 305 Standing: W. Parsons, W. Hartman, L. Alfalla, S. Weiselogel, Mrs. Riefkohl, J. Urey, S. May, J.
Pagan, P. Husband, L. Brock, C. Williamson, A. Cheshire, W. Wesley, R. DeJesus. Seated: A. Ubben, R. Gewin,
S. Ruoff, O. Reyes, P. Bridwell, M. McDonnell, S. Grissom.
HOMEROOM 208 T. Behre, F. Pinkard, E. Rios, M. Evans, J. Huffman, D. Cole, T. Finneman, A. Crouch, D. Mason, C.
Hieronymous, W. Sweeney, M. Ubben, P. Belhumeur, D. Martinez, D. McNaughton, M. Blake, T. Wright, K. Marohl, L.
Mitchell, Mr. Jacobs.
HOMEROOM 304 W. Velez, D. Vickroy, G. Gurtiza, G. Belgrave, D. Studebaker, M. Studebaker, R. Benson, S. Aponte, R. Matthews,
P. Rivera, H. Goldman, F. Kinglow, S. Waggoner, A. Otero, R. Bock, Mr. Berger.
HOMEROOM 347 L. Miller, M. Parson, P. Allickson, E. Clemons, L. Rivera, D. Soukup. 1. Fudala, L. Huff, R. Mayes, Mrs. Mason,
W. Dowell, L. Thomas. J. Ender, A. Geigel, J. Reid, R. Hepner, P. Snider, C. Christian.
HOMEROOM 242 B. Wainio, B. Bradley, Mrs. McNaughton, P. Brown, P. McGoff, A. Gonzales, N. Adams, N. Horn, L. Escribano,
D. Gosney, M. Lyman, N. Gercich, E. Maxwell, K. Brown, M. Crouch, F. Mosby, M. Gonzalez, R. Short, J. Menges, L. Hodgson, F. Rae.
HOMEROOM 203 P. Rawls, J. Fleckenstein, D. Baker, K. Jones, A. Herring, J. Valentine, E. Borrero, A. Parker, R. Thomas, L.
Gates, C. Rivera. S. Walton, W. Jimenez, J. Shannon, R. Bello, D. Austin, K. Teves, D. Maeda, C. Boyland, Mrs. Phillips.
MRS. ADAM'S HOMEROOM Kneeling: R. McFarland, S. Glidewell, T. Ibarra, J. Villahermosa, R.
Font. Standing: J. Janosik, M. Hayden, G. Coggins, R. Nordstrom, J. Coffin, L. Williamson, C. Layton,
I. Galindo, D. Jaketic, M. Gibson, M. Kessler, H. Ramos, B. Collazo, K. Naron, C. Goebertus, B. Vela, G.
Ruoff, C. Lasher, C. Colpe, and M. Brown.
MR. McCULLOUGH'S HOMEROOM Standing: Mr. McCullough, A. Lloyd, A. Brown, T. Deaton, R. Reduga, B. Heady, R. Ubben, D.
Vollman, F. Wainio, D. Minehart, W. Santiago, J. Allickson, F. Hamilton, R. Cintron, L Ormsbee, E. Marsh, and K. Merrick. Seated: T. May,
D. Dosser, K. Harden, D. Maynard, and P. Blanchette.
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ZEPHYR PRODUCED BY
MRS. COOKE'S HOMEROOM Kneeling:
A. Borja, J. Alexaitis, H. McCoy, T. Ber-
nardo, C. Gabriel, R. Pamales. Standing:
E. Simmins, D. Crowell, J. Robinson, H.
Reed, S. Swanstrom, S. Sanchez, C. Wal-
ton, L. Pace, D. Brown, L. Irion, E. Barraza,
R. Strube, R. Falk, A. Stiebritz, R. Velez,
and Mrs. Cooke.
MISS MARCELLO'S HOMEROOM Kneeling: J. Valentini,
E. Marcano, R. Zachry, J. Dohle, J. Douglas. Standing: K. Dan-
ielson, C. Peniche, S. Wrighl. L. Cummings, W. Cummings,
B. Moody, B. DeRaps, E. Gonzalez, J. Bravo, C. Daniels, W.
Phillips, and 0. Gonzalez.
MRS. JOHNSON'S HOMEROOM Kneeling: R. Parker, K. Jenne, C. Mims, R. Fernandez, S. Mims, H. Studebaker. Standing:
S. Sharpe, M. Wilmont, S. Kaufer, A. Granadino, S. Roach, M. Palmer, R. Munoz, K. Atkinson, T. Chacon, D. Green, K.
Hartshorn, V. Varnes, C. Munoz, C. Alberga, H. Casabuenas.
ZEPHYR STAFF Kneeling: S. Aponte, G. Gurtiza, and
E. Borrero. Standing: P. Rodriguez, (assistant editor) L.
Gates, D. Carey, C. Baker, M. Spivey, L. Cimino, L. Mer-
rick, G. Belgrave, J. Tomlinson, Mr. Berger (advisor), H.
Goldmann, D. Austin, J. Valentine, J. Moore, L. Pace, N.
Ridge (editor), J. Fleckenstein, and D. McNaughton.
MR GENTILE'S HOMEROOM Kneeling: W. Cummings, T. Harris, J. Christian, J. Peniche, T. Hernandez, C.
Pace. Standing: S. Choquette, I. Ruiz, V. Lee, J. Dimarino, F. von Woudenberg, A. Coleman, R. Steams, T.
Aponte, B. Gooch, S. Brianes, M. Byrd, J. Jimenez, N. Alcala, C. Baker, Mr. Gentile.
MR. CARWITHEN'S HOMEROOM Kneeling: B. Love, C. Robertson, W. Ortiz, C. Benson, A.
Richardson, S. Martin. Standing: P. Rodriguez, G. Damiani, L. Hess, R. Heishman, E. Font, S.
Olsen, M. Munoz, M. Bjorneby, E. Marsh, D. Meeker, P. Oliva, R. Tsumbe, B. Bloemer, J. Barr,
N. Gregg, C. Roach, R. Hernandez, S. Willis, M. Faris, B. Pruitt, D. Chin.
JR. HIGH ACTIVITIES PARALLEL
SR. HIGH ACTIVITIES
FOOD COLLECTIONS . .
AND CHATS WITH MR. MAEDL.
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Student life at CHS is a chain of work, fun, clubs
and activities, fun, dances, fun, homework, fun,
TIGER SPIRIT, and fun. Nothing is routine in a
student's life at CHS except the time-table he has
accepted as his schedule.
Among the many workings of student life is the
control center, commonly called the Student Asso-
ciation. The "gears" of this machine are; president,
Kenneth Brooks; vice president, John Carlisle; sec-
retary, Leslie Marek; treasurer, Daniel Lee; and
sponsor, Mr. Hieronymus. The S.A. had reinstated
the Freshman-Sophomore Brawl, worked at football
games and dances, coped with the student problems
of the lunchroom, Powder Puff, student dress, and
others. They opened the school store, the Market,
inside the cafeteria and sold new items.
Even with all of this, crises arise daily, confusion
reigns, and problems are solved (sometimes), but
our Tiger Spirit comes shining through unscathed.
This is the story of our ...
ALL IS CALM . .
THEN THE BELL RINGS . .
THE MANY FACES OF C.H.S....
Alright, I know you have those speakers
My, what big teeth you have, Carmencita.
What am I doing with an Eskimo Pie
in the hall, Mr. Pfau?
It's a sadder "Budweiser" girl for me.
Was this trip really necessary?
... SHOW OUR TIGER SPIRIT
Gilda Cedeno, Pete Marotta, and Maria Kerley participate in a
Ed Forsythe and Jim Washahaugh use the card index.
Mr. Howell's 4th period class study math.
Franklin Martin and Jean Housely
Mr. Reeves watches John Burza explain the astronauts' flight around
the moon to Karl Huebner and Albert Chong.
Vicki Kaufer makes a speech in English class.
ON STUDIES . .
... AND OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES ...
... AND RELAX?
TO PRACTICE ...
FROM CAMPAIGN . .
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Left: SA OFFICERS-Daniel Lee, treasurer; Ken
Brooks, president; John Carlisle, vice-president;
Leslie Marek, secretary.
HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES-Front row: John Meeker, Frank Kerley, Nelson
Escrihano, Davy Robertson, Omar Chipsen, Gary Robertson, Puuloa Teves. Second row:
Eli Btevins. Jean Smith, Nancy Edmondson, Donna Valentine, Nancy Huson, Sonia
Rivera, Alice Crouch, Dan Tweedy. Third row: Christie Loizeaux, Janet Solomon, Bill
Bloomberg, John Diaz, De DeLapp, Cecilia Alberga.
SA SPONSOR-Mr. Hieronymus
WORKED FOR YOU.
CHRISTINA BAAS REIGNS
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Welcome to "A Taste of Honey"
Smile, you're on Candid Camera!
Mari Hanly presents Billie Marsh with
The Junior Class gave the graduating sen-
iors a successful send-off with "A Taste of
Honey," on April 27, 1968, at the Cristobal
High School Gym. The roof shook with ap-
plause as Queen Christina I was announced
Prom Queen. The giant bees and flowers
looked on as the queen and her court danced
to the music of N., hI. \11linii y Su Conjunto.
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Receiving their letters are Hap Brandenburg, Keith Wrenn, Neil Patton, Norman Spector, Monty Belanger,
Neil Maxwell, Mark Kredell, Harry Castro, and David Cantu.
LETTERMEN '. COACH HERBORN
HONORED COACH AND
AT BANQUET 1-
One of the last athletic events of the school year, the
Letterman's Banquet, honors the outstanding athletes of
the 1967-1968 school year. It was held at the American
Legion at France Field. After a buffet supper, a film on
football was shown. Mr. Herborn, Mr. Litton, and Mr.
Dedeaux presented the boys with letters in the varsity
sports; tennis, basketball, baseball, football, and track.
Honored guests were the cheerleaders, Mrs. Litton, Mrs.
Dedeaux, Mrs. Herborn, Mr. Palumbo, Mr. Jeffries, and
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VICTORY BELL RINGS PROCLAIMING
Pepped up by the traditional snake dance and bonfire,
the Tigers were in great spirits as the 19th Annual Jam-
boree began at the Tiger Stadium on Friday, September
Jamboree Queen, Marie Wheeler, reigned over the
mighty Tigers as they scored their way to a jubilant vic-
tory. Queen Marie I was presented to the school during
a pep assembly held Friday afternoon. During half-time
she was presented a miniature football on a chain in-
scribed with her name and the date, by the co-captains of
the football team, Steve Gabriel and Hap Brandenburg.
The triumphant victory for the Tigers over Balboa High
School and Canal Zone College was proclaimed by the
joyous ringing of the victory bell, following the game.
Smiling radiantly before the game is
At the Jamboree pep assembly are Harry Carey, Janet Hunt, Jerry Weigle, Queen Marie 1.
Hap Brandenburg, Marie Wheeler, Steve Gabriel. Steve Allen, Sue Ward,
Now don't push, girls!
Muddy is not the word for it.
Don't tell me you frosh can't take it!
The graduating class of '72 defeated the sophomores in the
traditional Freshman-Sophomore Brawl, on the second day of
school, August 28, 1968. The sounds of shouts and groans
vibrated through the air as the two teams hoped to claim the vic-
tory as theirs. Amid shouts of triumph, the Freshman Class was
declared the winner in the trying tournament.
ALUMNI HONORED AT
Queen Marie 1 escorted by Hap Brandenburg.
A successful Homecoming Dance was held Octo-
ber 19, 1968, at the Fort Gulick Officers' Club.
Louis Dominguez was master of ceremonies and
introduced the queen and her court as they en-
tered, escorted by members of the football team.
Princess Mari Hanly-Princess of the Garden-
ias, Keeper of the Sapphires, Daughter of the
Pale Gold Moon, Governess of the Touchdowns,
escorted by Steve Gabriel-Leader of the Rushing
Mad Kittens, Tamer of the Devils, Smasher of the
Line, Caller of the Defense.
Princess JoLynn Jones-Princess of the Roses,
Goddess of Victories, Keeper of the Royal Blue
Skies, Daughter of the Dawn, escorted by Harry
Carey-Master of the Down Field Block, Killer
of the Pups, Knight of the Hard Hitting Center
Guards, Duke of the Golden Armor.
- Princess Gilda Cedeno-Princess of the Lilies,
Daughter of the Evening Breeze, Keeper of the
Emerald, Goddess of the Golden Sunset, escorted
by Jerry Weigle-Defender of the Line, Dissenter
of the Mouthpiece, Chief of the Tackles, Master
of the Guards.
Princess Jamie Meeker-Princess of the
Orchids, Lady of the Aquamarine Sea, Marquise
of the Black Defense, escorted by Eddie Egger-
Stopper of the Dive Play, Runner of the Tackle
Around, Chief of the Broken Arms, Recoverer of
Queen Maria 1-Queen of the Cheering Tigers
and Tigresses, Enchantress of the Twilight, Owner
of the Flowers, Daughter of the Gems, escorted by
Hap Brandenburg-Knight of the Blue and Gold,
Master of the Tigers, Lord of the Jump Pass, God
Watching on as Queen Marie 1
is crowned are Eddie Egger, Jamie
Meeker Harry Carey, JoLynn
Jones, Wiese Favorite, Queen
Marie 1, Kevin Hammond, Hap
Brandenburg, Gilda Cedeno, Jerry
Weigle, Mari Hanly, Steve Gabriel.
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At the Banquet table are Harry Carey, JoLynn Jones, Jamie Meeker, Eddie Egger, Neil
Patton, Queen Maria 1 Hap Brandenburg, Mari Hanly, Steve Gabriel, and Gilda Cedeno.
Shown dancing are the queen and her court.
PEPPY CHEERLEADERS CHEER TEAM ON
S3 Handicapped by unusually heavy rains this
season, the cheerleaders have shown the usual
exuberant spirit in cheering the Tigers on to
Sa good season. With original pep assemblies
i j and class competition, the cheerleaders, Gilda
(7 Cedeno, Mari Hanly (captain), Rhonda Ken-
Snedy, Maria Kerley, Shelley Lund, Billie
S- Marsh, Mary Redman, and Eileen Ridge, have
S\ provided the incentive for school spirit. This
year, through the efforts of the cheerleaders, a
Junior varsity squad was formed to cheer for
the junior varsity basketball team. Cathy
Carlisle, Karen Currier, Ann Gonzales, and
K H i" II Jackie Parker have worked hard to perform
well for our boys.
OUR PEPPY CHEERLEADERS: Mary Redman, Maria Kerley, Gila,
Cedeno, Mari Hanly, Rhonda Kennedy, Billie Marsh, and Eileen
"You got to go, you got to fight," shouts Shelley Lund
,. a I and Rhonda Kennedy during a football game.
Two Tigers, Steve Allen and Ronnie Smith
have joined the cheerleaders in leading a
Mud and rain do not dampen
the cheerleaders' spirit.
Performing at ROTC Re~ie~% and -ime inter~i.chila.stic
spot per.- i l. ineldl i s art- oil. a iiidll jai31 ii Ilr li* .,if ille
Crislohal Hi:Ji .S'chojl Gill-' Dill Teamn. Will DLia \\.,k-
man as their commander and NMr.s. Phiillips a- their S-pln-
sor, the girls ha\e worked outl original routines. In their
sharp, ne\ utinif',ms and da\ diesses. Ihe girls have become
an important as-et of Crislobal High School.
DITA WORKMAN, Commander of the Girls' Drill Team.
THE GIRLS' DRILL TEAM: Penny Wilder, Charlene Alberga, Wendy Flores, Cissy
Carey, Sarah Pritham, Kathryn Burgess, Jeannette Mayes, Barbara Bradley, Gloria
Rice, Hila Lyman, Jan Bjorneby, Rachel Rice, Jackie Springer.
The majorettes have worked hard
this year to improve their routines.
On Veteran's Day the majorettes
marched in their new uniforms.
This year's majorettes are: Patty Hill, Rhonda Rawlings, Lorraine Borja, Donna
Barger, Daryn Barger, Mardette Garner, Cinda Helmerichs.
August 27, 1968-
11-Inaugural Assembly for SA
27-Football BHS vs CHS
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
2-Senior Skip Day
10-ROTC Awards Ball
22-LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
7-SAT and CEEB tests
13-ROTC Brigade review
Senior Christmas Formal
1--SAT and CEEB tests
14-END OF THIRD MARKING
17-ROTC battalion review
19-Spring Music Concert
Student Teaching Day
28-ROTC Field Night
24-Campaign Assembly and
elections for SA
Junior Senior Prom
4-Football CZC vs CHS
18--Homecoming Game BHS vs CHS
25-END OF FIRST MARKING
28-ROTC battalion review
END OF FIRST SEMESTER
27-ROTC Battalion review
31-Feb. 1-Balboa Relays
1-Football CHS vs CZC
6-Palm Bowl Game
10-16-American Education Week
12-National Honor Society
8-ACT and CEEB tests
18-National Honor Society
HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCED AT
MR. AND MISS CHS -
Mari Hanly, Ken Brooks
Eddie Egger, Maria Kerley
SENIORS ARE HONOR ED AT CHRISTMAS FORMAL
Marie Wheeler, Gary Will
Stephanie Lawson, Frank Martin
Gilda Cedeno, Harry Castro
Debbie Garner, Doug McLain
First row: Barbara Bradley, Ken Brooks-
Second row: Jamie Meeker, Daniel Lee-
Third row: Billie Marsh-Friendliest,
Enrique Rosania-Best Dancers.
Fourth row: Jackie Evans, Jimmy Ford-
Best Dressed. s-
Carol Gonzales-Best Dancers
Rose Hedman, Jimmy Ford
SFirst row: Maria Kerley, Hap Brandenburg-
Mr. and Miss CHS.
Second row: Sue Lyman, Steve Gabriel-
Third row: Norman Ivill-
Fourth row: Judy Fong-Most Likely to Succeed,
Harry Castro-Best Looking.
Mari Hanly-Best Looking
Ken Brooks-Most Likely to Succeed
MEMBERS OF THE CAST
Florence .................................... Diane Hauke
Hannibal ................................ Douglas McLain
Fairy May .................................. Lydia Santiago
leffrey ...................................... Steve Jeffries
Mrs. Paddy .................................. Anne Kienzle
Titus ......................................... Earl Dosser
Samuel ...................................... Donald Byrd
Lily Belle ................................. Cathy Carlisle
Ethel Savage ................................. Debbie Garner
Miss Willie .................................. Leslie Marek
Dr. Emmett ................................ Bill Bloomberg
Eye makeup is applied to Mrs. Paddy. i
Miss Siebrands oversees all backstage work, while Steve Jeffries
is amused by the layers of make-up which must be applied.
THE CURIOUS SA VAGE
Dr. Emmett and one of his gentle patients
are seen in the third act of The Curious
Deftly applying makeup to Leslie Marek, Eileen Ridge prepares I 9
for the production of The Curious Savage.
Produced by Miss Ann Siebrands, The Curious i
Savage gave the student body of CHS and adult -
viewers a glimpse of life inside a home for the
mentally unbalanced. The actors presented a dif-
ferent view from the typical institution, portraying
gentle, homeless people who have stayed in the "Clois-
ters" to live in a place where they are sheltered from
the insanities of the outside world. rk
NIGHT OF JANUARY 16
Front row: Jeri Holleyman, Phyllis Golden, Sheri Kilgore, Judy McLain, Lydia
Santiago, Eileen Ridge, Anne Kienzle. Middle row: Miss Siebrands, Jim Gray, Debbie
Goich, Loisa Thomas, Mary Norval, Patty Hauke, John Carlisle. Back row: Joe
Oberholtzer, Bill Bloomberg, Brandt Irion, Joe Gattis, Don Byrd, Jim Kunkel.
The defense attorney questions his client about the night of January
"Stage makeup must cover everything, Bill, even the
ears." says Judy McLain.
Karen Andre and Nancy Faulkner, en-
emies, confront each other.
The murder trial of Karen Andre, a secre-
tary charged with the murder of her former
employer, took place on the CHS stage March
7 and 8. The outcome of the trial was de-
cided by the jury who was picked from the
audience. This added a suspenseful air to the
play, The Night of January 16. Directed by
Miss Siebrands, the play was presented by
the Thespians as their second production of
THESPIANS SUCCEED IN TWO
HARD WORKING TIGERS PUBLISH
Spending many hours prepar-
ing the yearbook dummy for pub-
lication, the Caribbean staff has
learned many techniques used in
producing a yearbook. Planning
the layout, writing and typing
copy, and spacing the pictures on
the pages are only a few of the
jobs that must be done in order
for the staff to meet the final
Meeting the deadline is a hard
job as the staff has found out. .
Mr. Koziol, Nancy Gregory, and
Anne Kienzle have worked hard
with the staff to make this the
best yearbook ever. With this in
The Caribbean staff: Anne Kienzle, Eileen Ridge, Linda Newman, Billie Marsh, Lana
mind, the Caribbean staff worked Boone, Gilda Cedeno, Susan Ridge, Raul Castro, Jeanette Cox, Linda Vaught, Maria
many hours to meet the deadline. Kerley, Cheryl Pinto, Germaine Lemm, Nancy Gregory.
Would you believe ... ?
Germaine Lemm, Anne Kienzle, Frank Glavas
Co-editor, Nancy Gregory, explains some
of the finer points of yearbook layout
to Gilda Cedeno, Lana Boone, and Jean-
Working hard-or hardly working?
Photographer Tommy Southerland at work.
"C" CLUB AND G.A.A. MEMBERS CRE
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Front row: Mike Green, John Carlisle, Wally Russon, Cubby Clement, Joe Cronan. Middle row: Harry
Castro, Jerry Weigle, Dave Cantu, Hap Brandenburg, Neil Patton, Steve Gabriel, Eddie Egger. Third row:
Coach Dedeaux, Randy Hull, Walter Vamprine, Harry Carey, Ken Brooks, Brandt Iron, Nelson Escribano.
The "C" Club of Cristobal High School
is composed of those boys who have excelled
and lettered in sports. New members of
this organization are initiated in the fall after
the football season and in the spring.
The "C" Club members assist the G.A.A.
members in decorating for the Homecoming
Dance and sell sodas at the various athletic
events held at CHS each year.
Brandt Iron is initiated into the "C" Club.