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Seniors ............ 10

Underclassmen ...... 26

Student Life ........ 62

Activities .......... 74

Clubs ............. 94

Sports ........... 110

Faculty and

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:
Happinr,-. fear. friendship, disappointment.






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SENIORS

ACADEMY


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. iHA\NI)ENBULI;. JR.






TACKLE NEW

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KENNETH S. BROOKS
DAVID ANDRE CANTU


JOHN ROBERT BURZA
HARRY H. CAREY


ROSITA M. CABRERA T.
ZOILA ITZEL CARRASCO
HARRY CASTRO Z.


GILDA R. CEDE
GILDA R. CEDESO


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FIRST PEP RALLY


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football season is Ken Brooks.


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RICHARD1) CUMMINGS


ALBERTO CHONG
ALVARO DAVIS


ROGELIO CLOUGH
GLENDA JEANNETTE DEMPSEY


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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.


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ERNEST E. FARIS, JR.


JOHN H. DIAZ
GEORGE EDWARD EGGER
BRUCE FERREL


DAVID DOHLE
JACQUELINE ROSE EVANS
JUDY ELIZABETH FONG


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IIM1MY FORD
)DEBORAH ANN GARNER


SENIORS SEE THEIR


PHILLIif I \\ GOLDEN
MARiY CAROLYN GONZALES


BARRY DEAN GREER III


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NANCY GREGORY MARIA LYDIA HANLY
MICHAEL GUTIERREZ



LAST FOOTBALL GAME


CHRISTINE ANNE HFRRING


MARY F. HUFFMAN


JOAN ELIZABETH IHEI)Y
ROSE MARIE HElDM`1N
BARBARA HUGH1HE







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.


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MARVEL A. IGLESIAS
HERMON F. JOHNSON, JR.


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NIKITA GEORGIU KATTULAS


FRANK KERLEY


MARIA ELENA KERLEY
AUGUSTO LARA, JR.
DANIEL LEE


SHARON LiiCILLE KILGORE
HAYDEE M. LATORRE


ANTHONY LEE KINGERY
STEPHANIE ANNE LAWSON


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GERMAINE YVONNE LEMM SUSAN LORAINE LYMAN PHILIP ALAN MAHAN


SEMESTER EXAMS MARK

HALFWAY POINT


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ROLAND Ti )MAI. MANS
FRANKLIN ANTONIO MARTIN


PETER FRANK MAROTTA
JOHN DOUGLAS McLAIN


BILLIE RUTH MARSH
JAMIE KAREN MEEKER


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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
GEORGE OTERO


EDMUND EUGENE MYERS
RODOLFO PARSONS


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WARREN CLARET PATTON
EDWARD CHARLES PORTIER


CHERYL ANN PINTO
OLIN RANDY RAINEY


BRIAN CAMERON PLAISANCE
CARMEN MARIA REYES


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ROSA LYDIA REYES
ENRIQUE ROSANIA


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MARY ANN SASSO
KAYE SMITH


BRENDA ANN RICHARDSON
M.ARGARI SHUFORD
RONALD SMITH


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Signalling out their year of perform-
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to look ahead into the future.


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KNOW IT,

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. GRADUATION


MICHAEL ALTON SPRINGER
RICHARD BOODE SWAIN
WALTER ANTHONY VAMPRINE


SYLVIA CLARISSA STIEBIRTZ
HAROLD RONALD WALKER


MARIORY ELAINE WARD


BETTY MARIE WILKINSON


RONNIE VERNON
GERALD EUGENE WEIGLE
GARY JOHN WILL


CARYN LYNN WATSON
FRANJE MARIE WHEELER
JOHN ZDRAVKO IZIC


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CHOOSING CLASS

RINGS AND

EXCITEMENT OF

PROM HIGHLIGHT

JUNIOR YEAR


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.


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Charlene Alberga
Mitchell Blanchette


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Carol Cash


John Carlisle
Deborah Christian


Luis Carlo
Marjorie Coffin


Maria Cedeno
Joe Cronan


Matthews Cedeno
Steve Cross


Daryn Barger
Richard Bock


Donna Barger
Bruce Brown


Barbara Basset
Steve Brown


Sharon Bliss
James Butler


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Alice Crouch Brigitte Daniels
Evangeline Dohle Luis Dominico


The Favorite Junior


Albert Dowcll
Laurcen Elizondo


Debbie Duncan
Nelson Escribano


Edgar DeJesus


Cyril DeLapp


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Kathy Dockery




















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Edward Forsythe
Gloria Geer


Brian Fleckenstein
Frank Glavas II


Aida Font
James Gray


Joe Gattis Michele Greene
Douglas Hale Cinda Helmerichs


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Joseph Hickey Jr.
Randolph Hull


Ann Hirons
Scott Hutchinson


Eugene Holland
Brandt Irion


Jean Housley
Barbara Ivill


Bridget Howard
Darryl Izquierdo
























Anne Kienzle


Mark Kredell


Alexis Johnson
Evelyne Legrand


A Letter to SANTA


Catherine Lopre
Margaret McDonnell


Jvannettl Mayes Alicia Mclntyre


James Kunkel


Luis Lee
Charles Loyd


Ivette Martinez


Sue Lyman
Leslie Marek






















Gregorio Montano


Brenda Morrison


Pamela Meadows


Michael Meisinger
Patricia Newman


Linda Newman
Dionesia Nieves


GIRLS OF THE FOURTH PERIOD
First riou J-rn H.,u-l.-., Jeannelle Mla~.', and Edith Smith. Sr.onrd rn,
Shar.n RJ) and 1\rgrrel McDo'.nald.


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Russell Oberholtzer Ricardo Oliver


Oscar Ortiz


Debra Polite
Sharon Ray


Robert Novak
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Mary Rawlings
David Robertson


Mary Redman
Gary Robertson


Mark Robbins
Carmen Rivera


Gloria Rice
Odus Short


Eileen Ridge
Edith Smith


Patricia Robson


Harry Carey and Eileen Ridge doing the cheers for the homecoming.


Terry Smith


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Tommy Southerland


Robert Spilling


Vicki Springer


James Stuart


Marcella Stanbridge


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Edward Taake
Carol Torstenson


Mr. Gregg's History class watch a film.


Peter Winkeller


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Kim Turley


Dita Workman


Louis Wong





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Gary Walton


William Valentine
James Washabaugh


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Edwin Webster


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Karen Waggoner
Barbara Wilder


Michael Walker
Steve Wilkinson


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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.











SOPHOMORE

CLASS

CONTAINS

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INDIVIDUALS








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
Hila Lyman.
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






Patrick
Allickson
Jay
Alonis
Julio
Aponte
Patricia
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Robert
Barr


Donald Byrd, Diane Hauke.
play "The Curious Savage."


Kathryn
Burgess
Carmen
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Byrum
Raul
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Cynthia
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Patty
Christ ian
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William
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Lorraine
Borja Jr.
Vivian
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Caleb Brenda
Clement Gibson
Sharon
ColFred Golden
Cole
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Allen
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Cuncmings Diane
William Hauke
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SOPHOMORES HARD AT WORK


All,, ON FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL Mark
Farnsworth Herring
Wend) Frederick
Flore, Highley
Maria Robin
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John Nanc
Funderburk Huson
Paul Stephanie
Gallager lilies
Catherine Eri
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DEMONSTRATES

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ACTS


Thomas
Kredell
Richard
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Ann
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Carmen Butler


William
Johnson
David
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Sherry
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Cristina
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Estela
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Antonia
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Emma
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Shelley
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Hila
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John
Martin
Dennis
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Judy
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Sarah
McLean
Kathryn
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Robert
Myers
Pedro
Olivari Jr.
Ricardo
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Don
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Hilda
Otero
Patti
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Neil
Patton
Jane
Paulson
Soila
Payne


"I refuse to smile because I wasn't a member
of the group with 32% fewer cavites," quips
Lydia Santiago.


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Robert
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Tommy
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Ingrid
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Rickie
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Rhonda
Rawlings
Ana
Reyes


Gloria
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Paul
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Alma
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Carmen
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Mildred
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Jose
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Fabian
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Virginia
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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,
iane Lynn Seistad, David Teves,
Sanste Robert Vela, Robert Wag-
Ja kie goner, and Leonard West.
Springer






Douglas
Stevens
Joachim
Stover
Thomas






Danny
Tweedy
Lewis
Valdez
Jose
Valencia







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Valentine
Sylvia
Vamprine
Diana
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Wayne
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VeKaren
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"Did I do right, or wrong?"
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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
geometry.


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FRESHMEN
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FRESHMAN-

SOPHOMORE

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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
as Secretary-Treasurer.
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
'72'."
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
Sweeney.
Dan Carter was the only freshman initiated into the "C"
Club.
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Marta Anton
Jimmy Barraza


Thomas Aponte
Mike Barger


Christi Atkinson
Richard Beall


Paul Baitel
Elsie Belhumeur


Brian Allen
Barbara Banks
Barbara Betcher






Robert Bloemer
Richard Booth
Carlos Brown


Glen Baker
Holly Bello
Geri Blanchette






Maria Boone
Linda Brock
Cheryl Caudill


Billy Gillespie and Ann Terwilliger relax on the train.









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"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


Cheryl Coleman
Rick Davis
Sonia Estella
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Mark Collins Cindy Cottrell
Billy Deaton Sharon Dosser
Clifford Ferrel Mike Foscalina
Jimmy Gewin Lynn Goguen


Ivette Cummings
Nancy Edmondson
Stephen Fugleberg
Greg Goguen


Karen Currier
Brenda Egger
Mardette Garner
Ann Gonzales


Emilie Daniels
Ileana Escribano
Mary Gilbert
Ada Gonzalez









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
Barbara Hartman
John Iburra
Ana Jimenez


Patrick Martin
Mike McCann
Julio McGruder
Ralph Richmond


Susan Ridge
Bill Sasso
Benjamin Vasquez
Glenn Walker


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Jody Knight Deanna Koslowsky Marian Kredell Beverly Langston
Luis Lopez Cindy Mahan Ron Mahan Suzanne Mahan


Frances Kingery
Christy Loizeaux
Mario Marks






Joe Martinez
Jimmy McFadden
Manuel Mufioz


Billy LeDoux
Donald Mans
John Marquard






Oscar Martinez
Susan Mulcahy
Carmen Ortiz


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FRESHMEN DOMINATE

TIGER SPIRIT


Freshman-Sophomore Brawl ends in Freshman victory.


Angela Pomales
Robin Pritham
Evelyn Ramos
Carmen Reed


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


FRESHMEN


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Dolores Santiago
Jean Smith
Janet Solomon


Ricky Sapp
Sharon Smith
Reggie Southerland


Gary Scheibe
Mike Snider
Matt Spagna


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Mike Spagna
Ann Terwilliger


Maritza Suarez
Ehukai Teves


Peter Swain Heidi Sweeney
Puuloa Teves Maritza Thomas


Pam Teague
Harry Townsend


Cathy Terwilliger
Robert Tschumy


TAKE JUDO LESSONS


Carla Gussow practices her fall in judo class.


Ricky Valentini
Cricket Walker
Aurilia Williams
Ricky Winkeller


Miguel Villahermosa Gloria Wynn Susan Zachary
Richard Webster
Ronnie Williams
Ann Worthen


Robert Tuck
Cindy Walker
Carol Wertz
Mike Woods


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7th GRADERS ADJUST TO NEW SCHEDULES


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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.










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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.


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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.




















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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.









NEW METHODS


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.


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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
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BAND ...


FOOD COLLECTIONS . .


BOOKS...


AND CHATS WITH MR. MAEDL.







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 ...



STUDENT LIFE


ALL IS CALM...


THEN THE BELL RINGS . .













THE MANY FACES OF C.H.S....


Alright, I know you have those speakers
somewhere.


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







STUDENTS WORK


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Gilda Cedeno, Pete Marotta, and Maria Kerley participate in a
debate.


Ed Forsythe and Jim Washahaugh use the card index.


Mr. Howell's 4th period class study math.


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Franklin Martin and Jean Housely


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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.


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ON STUDIES . .








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Left: SA OFFICERS-Daniel Lee, treasurer; Ken
Brooks, president; John Carlisle, vice-president;
Leslie Marek, secretary.


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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.


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Welcome to "A Taste of Honey"


Smile, you're on Candid Camera!


Mari Hanly presents Billie Marsh with
a bouquet.


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.1 Iih. \11liiii. 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.


COACH LITTON

LETTERMEN COACH HERBORN

HONORED COACH AND
:7 MRS. DEDEAUX
AT BANQUET --





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
Mrs. Jeffries.
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VICTORY BELL RINGS PROCLAIMING

TIGER VICTORY







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
20, 1968.
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.


At the Jamboree pep assembly are Harry Carey, Janet Hunt, Jerry Weigle,
Hap Brandenburg, Marie Wheeler, Steve Gabriel. Steve Allen, Sue Ward,
Ronnie Smith.


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Smiling radiantly before the game is
Queen Marie 1.




Tired already?





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Now don't push, girls!









Muddy is not the word for it.


FRESHMEN

DEFEAT

SOPHOMORES IN

SOPHOMORE-

FRESHMAN

BRAWL

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

HOMECOMING DANCE


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
the Fumble.
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
of Victories.














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.


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PEPPY CHEERLEADERS CHEER TEAM ON





SHandicapped by unusually heavy rains this
L season, the cheerleaders have shown the usual
exuberant spirit in cheering the Tigers on to
a good season. With original pep assemblies
| and class competition, the cheerleaders, Gilda
I( Cedeno, Mari Hanly (captain), Rhonda Ken-
nedy, Maria Kerley, Shelley Lund, Billie
I Marsh, Mary Redman, and Eileen Ridge, have
H l\ provided the incentive for school spirit. This
j year, through the efforts of the cheerleaders, a
J junior varsity squad was formed to cheer for
the junior varsity basketball team. Cathy
Carlisle, Karen Currier, Ann Gonzales, and
SJackie Parker have worked hard to perform
well for our boys.


OUR PEPPY CHEERLEADERS: Mary Redman, Maria Kerley, Gilaa
Cedeno, Mari Hanly, Rhonda Kennedy, Billie Marsh, and Eileen
Ridge.


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"You got to go, you got to fight," shouts Shelley Lund
and Rhonda Kennedy during a football game.


Two Tigers, Steve Allen and Ronnie Smith
have joined the cheerleaders in leading a
pep assembly.


Mud and rain do not dampen
the cheerleaders' spirit.





Perform iing al HOTC Re iers- andI -ime inltei'chlastic
sport pe ri indiive;s rt- inl] a sinai ll ji I1l in ilt life ,,f tile
Crislobal Hih .S'Schol Gill-' Diill l'eamn. Will DLia \\.nk-
man as their commander and NMr.s. Phillips a- their -spn-
sor, the girls ha\e worked out original routines. In their
sharp, ne\\ urnif',nms 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.





FORWARD MARCH!


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-
School starts


SEPTEMBER


11-Inaugural Assembly for SA
officers
20-Football Jamboree
27-Football BHS vs CHS


CALENDAR OF EVENTS


MAY


2-Senior Skip Day
3-SAT Test
5-ROTC review
7-Awards Assembly-schools
9-Letterman's Banquet
10-ROTC Awards Ball
14-Senior Banquet
18-Baccalaureate
21-COMMENCEMENT
22-LAST DAY OF SCHOOL


DECEMBER



7-SAT and CEEB tests
13-ROTC Brigade review
14-ACT Test
Senior Christmas Formal
19-Christmas Concert


MARCH
1--SAT and CEEB tests
7-8-Thespian play
14-END OF THIRD MARKING
PERIOD
17-ROTC battalion review
19-Spring Music Concert
Student Teaching Day
28-ROTC Field Night




APRIL


24-Campaign Assembly and
elections for SA
officers
26-ACT test
Junior Senior Prom
30-Awards Assembly
Community


OCTOBER



4-Football CZC vs CHS
15-PSAT Test
18--Homecoming Game BHS vs CHS
19-Homecoming Dance
25-END OF FIRST MARKING
PERIOD
28-ROTC battalion review


JANUARY



11-SAT test
END OF FIRST SEMESTER
27-ROTC Battalion review
31-Feb. 1-Balboa Relays


NOVEMBER


1-Football CHS vs CZC
6-Palm Bowl Game
10-16-American Education Week
12-National Honor Society
Assembly
15-16--Thespian play


FEBRUARY


3-7-French Week
8-ACT and CEEB tests
15-Freshman-Sophomore
Dance
18-National Honor Society
Assembly





HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCED AT

CHRISTMAS FORMAL




MR. AND MISS CHS -
Mari Hanly, Ken Brooks


BEST DRESSED


Eddie Egger, Maria Kerley


MOST ATHLETIC
Billie Marsh,
Hap Brandenburg





SENIORS ARE HONOR ED AT CHRISTMAS FORMAL


MOST INTELLECTUAL

Brenda Richardson,
John Burza


BEST LOOKING
Marie Wheeler, Gary Will























FRIENDLIEST

Stephanie Lawson, Frank Martin




























RUNNERS-UP


BEST DANCERS
Gilda Cedeno, Harry Castro









MOST TALENTED

Debbie Garner, Doug McLain


















First row: Barbara Bradley, Ken Brooks-
Most Intellectual.
Second row: Jamie Meeker, Daniel Lee-
Most Talented.
Third row: Billie Marsh-Friendliest,
Enrique Rosania-Best Dancers.
Fourth row: Jackie Evans, Jimmy Ford-
Best Dressed.
Not pictured:
Carol Gonzales-Best Dancers
Jerry Weigle-Friendliest












WITTIEST

Rose Hedman, Jimmy Ford











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First row: Maria Kerley, Hap Brandenburg-
Mr. and Miss CHS.
Second row: Sue Lyman, Steve Gabriel-
Most Athletic.
Third row: Norman Ivill-
Wittiest.
Fourth row: Judy Fong-Most Likely to Succeed,
Harry Castro-Best Looking.
Not pictured:
Cecilia Alberga-Wittiest
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. 'r I srS
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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
Savage.



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Deftly applying makeup to Leslie Marek, Eileen Ridge prepares I "
for the production of The Curious Savage.
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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 A ,
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.


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The defense attorney questions his client about the night of January
16.


"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
the year.


THESPIANS SUCCEED IN TWO

UNDERTAKINGS





HARD WORKING TIGERS PUBLISH

YEARBOOK
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
deadline.
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-
ette Cox.


Working hard-or hardly working?


Photographer Tommy Southerland at work.
































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"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.


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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.








kTE AN ATHLETIC SPIRIT AT CHS


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Mary Rawlings, Shelley Lund, Evelyne Legrand, Judy Fong, Mari Hanly, Kathy Dockery, Patsy Austin, Jane Gabriel.


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Jean Smith is initiated into the G.A.A.


Two other new initiates, Michele Greene, and Kim Turley,
listen while Shelley Lund tells them what to do.

G.A.A. members are chosen by their ex-
cellence in intramural sports and if they have
lettered in two or more sports.
G.A.A. members cooperate with the mem-
bers of the "C" Club to sponsor the Home-
coming Dance.







OLD HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS


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Barbara Bradley speaks on Character.


Brenda Richardson relates the theme of
the initiation.


Leadership is defined by Daniel Lee.


Albert Chong delivers a speech about
the quality of Service.


The importance of Scholarship is listed
by Judy Fong.


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INITIATE NEW MEMBERS


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Ken Brooks is initiated.


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Omar Chipsen lights his white candle.


Brenda Richardson, Albert Chong, Gilda Cedeno, Kenneth Brooks, Judy Fong, John Burza,
Mari Hanly, Omar Chipsen, Nancy Gregory, Daniel Lee, and Barbara Bradley.


Nancy Gregory lights her candle.


The fourth initiate, John Burza, holds
his candle.


The National Honor Society is one of the clubs held
highest in esteem at CHS. It is composed of students
who have maintained a 3.000 average and have dis-
played the qualities of Leadership, Character, Scholar-
ship, and Service. This year the NHS held two initiations.
Seven new members initiated in the February initiation
were: Eileen Ridge, Gary Robertson, Germaine Lemm,
Denise Ward, Maria Cedeno, John Carlisle, and Leslie
Marek. The purpose of this organization is to make the
student body aware of those students who have excelled
in all aspects of CHS life. Mrs. M. Condon is the sponsor.





CARIBE CLUB MEMBERS EXPERIMENT

WITH TEACHING


Front row: Brenda Richardson (Sec.), Barbara Bradley (Pres.), Judy Fong (Vice-pres.), Gary Robertson (Historian). Second
row: Lana Boone, Anne Kienzle, Leslie Marek, Eileen Ridge, Rachel Rice, Jimmy Butler, Sara Pritham, Mike Meisinger,
Jim Gray. Third row: Maria Cedeno, Jackie Springer, Daniel Lee, Enrique Rosania, John Burza, Doug McLain, Albert Chong,
John Carlisle, Karen Westerburg. Fourth row: Germaine Lemm, Carmen Butler, Nancy Gregory, Gilda Cedeno, Mari Hanly,
and Mrs. Gegg (Sponsor).


On Student Teachers' Day, Bar-
bara Bradley (1.) and Anne Kien-
zle (r.) practice teach.


Students who have a "B" average are in-
vited to join this club which has been created
to help students develop an interest in teach-
ing. This year club members sponsored a
Teachers' Appreciation Day and a Student
Teachers' Day. Caribe Club members also tu-
tor students who are having difficulty with
certain subjects.





21 CLUB MEMBERS COLLECT FOOD AND

CLOTHING FOR THE NEEDY


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Seated: Franklin Martin, Jerry Weigle, Randy Hull, Dee DeLapp. Standing: Mr. Bock (Sponsor), Luis Domin-
guez, Gary Robertson, Ken Brooks, Hap Brandenburg, Nelson Escribano, Steve Gabriel, Jimmy Butler, and Gary
Collins.


The 21 Club, sponsored by Mr. Bock, is
composed of twenty-one boys, each one rep-
resenting one of the Pan-American Republics.
The main purpose of this club is to promote
good Pan-American relations. This year club
members collected food and clothing for char-
ity by putting on the annual Charity Ball. The
admission price was a can of food.
The officers of the 21 Club are Frank
Martin (President), Dee DeLapp (Vice-Pres-
ident), Jerry Weigle (Secretary), and Jimmy
Butler (Treasurer).


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PINK GIRLS AND NURSES AID

CLUB MEMBERS WORK TO INCREASE

THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICINE


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PINK GIRLS: D. Polite, B. Morrison, S. Rivera, D. Hauke, D. Barger, D. Barger, J. Greer, N. Huson, J. McLain, J. Cox, D.
Nieves, and Mrs. Howard (Sponsor).


The Civil Defense Nurses' Aide Club and
the Pink Girls have been organized to help
girls consider carefully careers in nursing
and other health fields. The members of these
clubs have made dolls for the children's ward
in the Colon and Coco Solo Hospitals, and
arranged a Christmas Party at Los Negros in
Gatun Lake. The Pink Girls work at the Coco
Solo Hospital during the summer and long
holidays.


Pink Girls, Daryn Barger, Donna Barger, Judy McLain, and Debra
Polite, demonstrate the proper procedure to be taken during an
emergency to new Nurses Aid initiates.






































First row: A. Gonzales, C. Ross, Y. Cummings, P. Newman, J. Cox, J. McLain, D. Hauke, L. Newman,
D. Polite, B. Banks. Second row: S. Ridge, N. Huson, A. Lauritzen, P. Paine, S. Dohle, P. Meadows,
D. Barger, J. Ilund, M. Anton, J. Rivera, B. Morrison. Third row: P. Hauke, M. Norval, E. Rivera, B.
Egger, M. Garner, J. Parker, M. Thomas, A. Thomas, S. Payne, V. Boseman. Fourth row: M. Huffman,
C. Alberga, L. Huson, D. Cheshire, J. Wirtz, D. Graham, K. McGillberry, S. Vamprine, S. Zachary, C.
Ortiz. Fifth row: J. Meeker, D. Booch, I. Carrasco, M. Rivera, L Borja, K. Milligan, Y. Martinez, S.
Rivera, M. MacDonald, C. Butler. Sixth row: M. Coffin, D. Barger, and sponsor, Mrs. Pfau.


Jenny Wirtz, Nancy
food for the needy.


Huson, and Cathy Carlisle collect


Reading her pledge, Carmen Butler is initiated
into the Nurses Aides Clubh





MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH CLUB VISIT

FRENCH SHIPS AND STUDY FRENCH CULTURE


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First row: Nancy Gregory, Evelyne Legrand, Judy Fong, Maria Cedeno, Dionisia Nieves, Jeannette Cox, Germaine
Lemm. Second row: Mrs. Gegg (Sponsor), Maria Hanly, Gilda Cedeno, Sheila Endara, Diane Hauke, Itzel Carrasco,
Rosita Cabrera, Carmen Butler. Third row: Jimmy Ford, Daniel Lee, Nikita Kattulas, Bruce Brown, Kishu As-
sandas.



During French Week, the members of the French Club put up a display.


The French Club meets on alternate Thurs-
days and requires that all of its twenty-five
members speak only French at the meetings.
This year the members of this club visited
French ships, gave cultural reports, and des-
ignated one week of the school year as French
Week. The purpose of the club is to stimulate
an interest in the French language, in French
culture, and in French history. Mrs. Gegg
is its sponsor.


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TRI-LINGUAL STUDENTS OPERATE

LANGUAGE LAB


Front row: Mr. Stearns (Sponsor), Evelyne Legrand, Iris Quionones, Dionisia Nieves, Nancy Edmondson, Christina
Loizeaux, Barbara Bassett. Second row: Joey Oberholtzer, Enrique Rosania, Daniel Lee, Eugene Holland, Doug
Stevens, Sally McLean, Alexis Johnson, and Carmen Butler.


The Language Lab Club is made up of
students who are tri-lingual. The students
of this club handle electric machinery in the
lab. Mr. Stearns is the sponsor of the club.








Students develop greater skill
with languages through the use
of the language lab.





THESPIANS AND DRAMATIC CLUB MEMBERS

WORK WITH THE MANY FACETS OF ACTING


THESPIAN SOCIETY: Leslie Marek, Doug McLain, (Pres.), Diane Hauke, John
Carlisle, Anne Kienzle, Cathy Carlisle, Eileen Ridge (Sec.), Steve Jeffries, and Debbie
Garner.


The National Thespian Society and the Dramatics Club
work together in producing the two plays performed publicly
at the CHS auditorium, one in November and one in March.
The purpose of these two organizations is to arouse interest
in the dramatic arts and give students interested in drama
a chance to work with its many facets; make-up, direction,
and acting. After a member of the Dramatics Club has earned
ten points, he becomes a Thespian. Miss Siebrands is the
sponsor.


Miss Siebrands, Thespian
and Dramatics Club sponsor.


DRAMATICS CLUB: Front row: Cricket Walker, Joey Oberholtzer, Doug McLain,
John Carlisle, Debbie Gooch, Jeri Holleyman. Second row: Rhonda Rawlings, Anne
Kienzle, Eileen Ridge, Allen Harmon, Patti Hauke, June Ilund. Third row: Steve
Jeffries, Leslie Marek, Debbie Garner, Cathy Carlisle, Donna Graham, Mary Norval,
and Diane Hauke.





ART CLUB MEMBERS SPONSOR ART SHOW


Winners of the Art Club sponsored art show display their talent. Brenda Gibson, Rosa Reyes, Marcella Stanbridge, Carol Cash,
Chick Parsons, Raul Castro, Cheryl Pinto, and Karen Waggoner.


The officers of the Art Club are: Lydia Santiago (Pres.),
Karen Waggoner (Sec.), and Raul Castro (Vice-pres.).





Sponsored by Mr. Koziol, the main func-
tion of the Art Club is to display the talent
of the students of Cristobal High School. The
members of this club organize free art shows
open to the public. This year they coordinated
with the music department in having an art
show the same night as the music program.
Club members also help other school clubs by
making posters for them.





MEMBERS OF THE SAFETY CLUB ORGANIZE

FIRE DRILLS


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Mr. Reeves (sponsor), Ernie Faris, Phyllis Golden, Wayne West, and Mr. McCullough.


Organized to encourage safety practices among
the students, the Safety Club has been very active
this year arranging fire drills and safety demon-
strations at Cristobal High School. The Safety Club
is sponsored by Mr. Reeves, assisted by Mr. McCul-
lough.


Mr. Reeves, Ernie Faris, and Phyllis Golden put up
a poster to encourage safer practices at CHS.


Left: Mr. Reeves' seventh period Driver Education
class attend Traffic Court.










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National Honor Society


"C" Club


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"21 Club
"21" Club


Caribe Club


Thespians and Dramatics Clubs


Art Club


CLUBS PLAY ESSENTIAL PART
IN STUDENT LIFE AT CHS


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TIGER BASKETBALL


COMPETITION STILL TOUGH



Last year's basketball team experienced an-
other losing season, but the team played with jl
the right kind of spirit. They displayed the
traditional "Tiger" fight and desire to win
to the last.

SCORES
C.H.S. Opponents
24 48 .................. BHS
72 64 ................ RBCTY
37 54 .................. CZC
34 62 .................. BHS
51 64 ................ RBCTY
53 74 .................. CZC
34 63 .................. BHS r


"Stretch" shoots over his opponent.


Kneeling: H. Castro, A. Lara, D. Dt
Coach Dedeaux, J. Rivera, M. Blanchi
W. Russon, Coach Herburn.


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eLapp, G. Collins, G. Scheibe. Standing:
ette, J. Weigle, H. Brandenburg, J. Ford,


Below: Hap Brandenburg lays it up for another two points.




















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Jimmy Ford shoots in the midst of the
opposition.


Monty Belanger trying to stuff his opponent.

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Ford shoots as "Stretch" and Vernon
look on.
Vernon tries to rebound against overwhelming odds.







1968 FOOTBALL STORY . .


Last year's football team set out to make up for the past two
losing seasons. Many students started workouts on their own a
month or two before school started.


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The first day of practice found the
field crowded with players. After six
weeks of tiring practice we decided that
we were ready for the Jamboree.


We
had


great
team,









Two very capable coaches,
Many Fans,


COACHES-Litton and Dedeaux



And last but NOT least, eight
adorable cheerleaders.


First string players and cheerleaders


I know, Patton, but they don't make 'em any smaller.


What more could you want? And what
more could you expect? We came out on
top in the Jamboree (13-6-0) and went
on to clobber Balboa High School (21-0)
in the first regular game.









During the next week of practice many
valuable players became ill. Canal Zone
College came over and beat us 8-7 in that
game. We couldn't really explain the loss,
but we blamed it on the flu.


We recovered during the next two weeks of
practice, but lost to Balboa High School (7-6).


After two long, hard weeks of practice, we
faced Canal Zone College once again ...


We won
(14-6).













The whole season ended in a 3-way tie to be
played off at the Palm Bowl. The last two
weeks of practice were hard and serious. The
goal was the shiny Palm Bowl trophy.


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We played well in the Palm Bowl, but that
wasn't enough. We lost by 1 point (CZC, 6-
CHS, 12-BHS, 13). Even so, it was an ex-
citing season, one that promises us a good
team next year.


Front row: Caleb Clement, Harry Carey, Randolph Hull, Warren Patton, Jay Bensen, Walter Vamprine, Donald Bensen, Allen Valentini,
Mike Green, Neil Patton. Middle row: Coach Litton, Brandt Irion, Steve Gabriel, John Carlisle, Daniel Carter, Bob Miller, Eddie Egger,
Wallace Russon, Willy Huffman, Bill Blevins, Joe Cronan, Coach Dedeaux. Back Row: Mike Springer, Bob Beall, Phillip Mahan, Ronnie
Smith, Steve Allen, Jerry Weigle, Robert Novak, Nelson Escribano, Hap Brandenburg, Clay Dowell.


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TRACK FEATURES OUTSTANDING

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES

David Cantu was once again the premier miler among U.S. Schools in
the Canal Zone. David remained undefeated for the second year in a row
in the interscholastic meets. In a pleasant surprise John Zizic, a first year
competitor in the shot put, scored well and earned several firsts, including
the first place trophy in the Balboa Relays. Freshman Billy Deaton also cap-
tured a first place trophy in the Balboa Relays, winning the 440 yd. dash
in the Junior Division.


Front row: R. Mahan, M. Blanchette, R. Bock, N. Patton, H. Castro, M. Kredell, J. Cronan, J. Zizic, N. Escri-
bano. Back row: S. Jeffries (manager), M. Green, E. Abresch, C. Brown, H. Brandenburg, J. Bensen, M. Mine-
hart, B. Deaton, R. Hull, D. Cantu, H. Goldman, and coach Herborn.
Brandenburg goes up and over the bar. Putting the shot requires
plenty of skill. John Zizic is
shown practicing.


THE RECORD
CHS ................
30
CHS ........... ......
60
CHS ...... BHS .....
31 80


BHS
88
CZC
56
CZC
37


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Kredell and Cantu jog around "he track ignoring the
jeers from the rest of the team.


The track team was coached by Mr. Herborn.











Joe Cronan ran the hurdles and placed fairly well.


Taking it easy on the high-jump cushions.


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Patton, Castro, and Benson are off to a quick start.


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TIGERS ARE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS


MASCOTS: Mike Johnson, Brent Litton, Chris Cox.
Kneeling: Mike Jeffries, Joe Cronan, Allen Valentini, Ronald Walker, Neil Patton,
Doug Hale, Dave Robertson, Steve Jeffries. Standing: Harry Carey, Jerry Weigle,
Ronnie Smith, Hap Brandenburg, Nelson Escribano, Edgar DeJesus, Coach Litton.


CHS......4
CHS......1
CHS ......2
CHS ......9
CHS......3
CHS......
CHS......4
CHS......8
CHS......3


BHS ......
CZC .......
.CZC .......
CZC .......
BHS .......
BHS .......
CZC ......
BHS .......
All Stars ...


CAREY WEIGLE ROBERTSON VALENTINI


The Tiger baseball team led by many new faces
in the line-up defeated a strong Balboa team by a
score of 8-1 to win the Interscholastic Championship
of baseball in the Canal Zone. This year's team had
only four starters back from last year's team, but
the new tigers and the old tigers worked together
to form a championship team. The Tiger hitters
did a better job than any Tiger team in the past. Four
players hit over three hundred, they were: E. DeJesus,
A. Valentini, J. Weigle, and N. Patton. Games are
not always won on hitting-defensive baseball is just
as important to a winning team. This year's team
had good pitchers, infield, and outfield play. All of
these combined together made the Tigers of 1969-
A Champion.


Ford practices covering home plate.


Brandenburg






CRISTOBAL'S TENNIS TEAMS


Front row: Hap Brandenburg, Mark Collins, David Robertson, Don Benson,
Mick Snider, Steve Gabriel, Doug Jeffries, James Stuart. Back row: Clay
Dowell, Nelson Escribano, Barry Greer, Walter Ilund, Daryl Izquierdo, Anthony
Kingery, Jim Gray, Oscar Ortiz, Coach Hoffman.


The boys tennis team had three meets this
year and the starting five were: Hap Branden-
burg, Clay Dowell, Dave Robertson, Walter
Ilund, and Barry Greer. They lost the first
two meets and were co-champions at the tri-
angular meet at Balboa.


Coach Hoffman shows how it is done.



The girls tennis team won the first meet
against college 4 to 1. The girls have been
practicing daily and are looking forward to
a successful season. The next match is against
Balboa and they are ready to put up a good
fight and take that one too.


You are kidding? Honest we will win.


First row: Aurella Williams, Nancy Edmondson, Marion Kredell, Karen
Currier, Rhonda Rawlings, Gay Treff (manager). Second row: Kathy
Dockery, Evelyn Legrand, Mary Rawlings, Jan Bjorneby, Billie Marsh.
Patsy Austin is not pictured.


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Although they put up a good fight the
boys, after training hard, were overpowered
by a much larger Balboa team. However this
does not mean they will give up hope for
next year.


CHS SWIM TEAM


The CHS girls surprised the Balboa girls,
winning two out of four meets, ending the
season in a tie for first. Next year CHS hopes
to break the tie and come out on top.


Front row: Debbie Cheshire, Suzanne Mahan. Second row: Sue Lyman, Judy Simmons, Billie Marsh, Karen Westerberg, Con-
nie Clemons. Third row.Kathy Dockery, Christy Loizeaux, Carol Torstenson, Debbie Lyman, Diane Soyster, Susan Zachry,
Hila Lyman. Fourth row: Brian Plaisance, Marjorie Coffin, Heidi Sweeney, Emilie Daniel, Beverly Olsen, Lynn Selstad,
Barbara Banks, Maria Boone, Greg Gokuen, Mike Spagna. Back row: Bill LeDoux, Don Olsen, Steve Cross, Robert Bloomer,
Caleb Clement, Nelson Escribano, Dan Carter, Steve Shobe, Bruce Ferrel, Peter Swain, Richard Booth, Mike Spagna.


Billie swims to her third record.


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Boys' 100 yard Breaststroke is off to a flying start.






BREAKS SIX RECORDS


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Emily Daniels, Billie Marsh, Sue Lyman, Debbie
Lyman break the relay record.


Thinking?


Higher?


Touching his toes?


SCORES FOR THE MEETS
CHS BHS CZC


Nov. 15 Girls ........... 48
Boys ............ 24
Nov. 22 Girls ............ 34
Boys ............. 24
Nov. 27 Girls ............ 45
Boys ............ 26
Dec. 6 Girls ............ 34
Boys ............. 26
Rainbow C.
Dec. 9 Girls ............. 2
Boys ............ 27


51 15
51 10
33 15
59 10
46 15
59 8
CHS
81
58


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CHS......28 CZC
CHS......17 BHS
4'CHS......20 BHS
CHS......11 CZC






Front row: B. Wilkinson, L. Carey, K. Dockery, E.
Back row: Mrs. Harris (coach), M. Greene, L. Morales,




GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM

GIVE A GOOD FIGHT


Twelve freshmen and sophomores make up
the "B" League team and nine juniors and
seniors make up the "A" League team. These
girls are chosen from all girls participating in
the intramural program. Girls are chosen on






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"B" LEAGUE
CHS......24 BHS ..... 21
CHS......25 BHS ..... 26 .
CHS......20 BHS ..... 24


..... 22
..... 38
..... 43
..... 18


the basis of adaptability to all phases of bas-
ketball.
Both teams play interscholastically against
BHS and CZC. This year both "A" and "B"
League placed second in their league.


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Kneeling: P. Austin (captain). Front row: M. Rice, K. Currier, J. Smith, M. Kredell, N. Ed-
mundson, A. Williams. Back row: D. Christian (manager), R. Christian, R. Cole, D. Rawley,
L Gregg, C. Cease, Mrs. Harris.


Kneeling: C. Torstenson (captain).
Legrand, M. Rawlings, D. Duncan. I
M. Coffin, S. Kilgore.






BOTH VOLLEYBALL TEAMS TAKE A FIRST

This year's volleyball teams played
good ball. The girls gave their oppo-
nents tough competition. "A" League
beat Canal Zone College both games,
winning two out of two each time. The
Tigresses beat Balboa two out of three
in their first encounter but in their
second game the Bulldogs beat the
Tigresses two out of three ending the
season in a tie.


Kneeling: G. Dempsey. Front row: C. Alberga, E. Legrand, K. Dockery, J.
Housley, B. Marsh, D. Duncan (manager). Back row: M. Greene (manager), D.
Workman, K. Turley, S. Kilgore, M. Rawlings, J. Gabriel.


It's a spike!


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Up and over!


Good return!


Kneeling: P. Austin. Front row: M. Rice, J. Wertz, C. Rivera, J. Holleyman,
J. Smith, J. Bjorneby, A. Williams. Back row: J. Rivera, D. Rowley, Mrs.
Harris (coach), A. Reyes, G. Reyes.


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ADMINISTRATION


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Cristobal High School is one of two U.S. high schools operated by the Civil Affairs Bureau of the Canal
Zone Government.


STAFFS PROVIDE LEADERSHIP FOR QUALITY EDUCATION


SUPERINTENDENT'S STAFF, U.S. SCHOOLS-Seated: James N. Cook, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mrs. Theresa Moore,
Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Elementary Schools; F.A. Castles, Superintendent of Schools; Mrs. Frances F. Sampsell, Assistant Superintendent,
U.S. Elementary Schools; Kenneth E. Lake, Coordinator of Curriculum. Standing: David A. Speir, Jr., Assistant Superintendent, US. Second-
ary Schools; Charles L. Latimer, Deputy Superintendent of Schools; Stewart J. Brown, Supervisor, Swimming and Safety, US. Schools; J.
Weston Seaquist, Specialist, Audio-Visual Aids; James M. Wolf, Coordinator, Special Education; Robert Dahlstrom, Educational Coordinator
EDP; A. H. Byrd, Administrative Officer; Ross Anderson, Supervisor, Physical Education and Athletics, U.S. Schools.




















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MR. CARL F. MAEDL, Principal of Cristobal High School

Mr. Maedl's leadership has set the tone for another very successful year at Christobal High School. He is responsible tor
providing the guidelines under which his staffs, including forty-nine faculty members, work cooperatively to provide the
environment and incentives necessary for the success of each student. Because of his intense interest in their progress, Mr.
Maedl can often be seen taking time from his administrative duties to help students who approach him with a problem.
Mr. Maedl is very active in community, civic and church work. He is a member of the Union Church of Margarita. He
lives with his wife in Coco Solo. In his spare time Mr. Maedl enjoys reading and playing golf.



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL PROVIDES
INCENTIVES FOR SCHOLARSHIP



Mr. Pfau has taught in CHS since 1953. Before becoming assistant principal four
years ago, he taught chemistry, physics, and mathematics.
Students who have problems adjusting to classroom regulations and school policies
often make unannounced visits to Mr. Pfau who has a reputation of dealing strictly
but fairly with them. His main goal is helping students find a solution to their prob-
lems.
Mr. and Mrs. Pfau reside in Coco Solo. In his spare time Mr. Pfau enjoys music,
photography, and fishing. MR. JAMES PFAU
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OFFICE STAFF T


The office staff continues to maintain its repu-
tation for providing quality service to the adminis-
tration, teachers, students, and parents.
Mrs. Marion B. Talori has worked at Cristobal
High School for eleven years. In her spare time
she enjoys playing bridge and golf. Mrs. Joanne
G. Allen is in her fourth year at CHS. Her hobbies
are sewing and singing with the Sweet Adelines.
Miss Jacinta E. Griffiths has worked here for two
and a half years and her free time is devoted to
swimming and playing the organ.






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Mrs. Taylor makes an announcement.


Mrs. Allen and Miss Griffiths work on school records. M. M .. i i
Mrs. McDonnel R.N. is assisted by Mrs. Stevens.

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Students of CHS have been aided in the clinic
by the outstanding efforts of Mrs. Jo McDonnel, l l
R.N. and Mrs. Delorita Stevens.
Annual -, rreriin,; tests such as vision, hearing,
skin, and dental checks are given by Mrs. Donnel.
Physical examinations for athletes, emergency first
aid, chest X-rays, and curing of minor illnesses are
other health services being offered in the clinic.
Not only does the clinic open its services to the
students, but it also serves as a center for health
counselling and health information.



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GUIDANCE


ADAMARY A. BRIGHT-Girls' Counselor
F Florida is the home state of Mrs. Bright. She has been
a full time counselor in the Cristobal High School for
the last five years. In her leisure hours, Mrs. Bright enjoys
cooking, and collecting coins and stamps.
ROBERT L. MOWERY-Boys' Counselor
Mr. Mowery comes from Indiana and has been in CHS
for five years. Previously he had taught in Los Angeles,
California and in Indiana. He lives in Coc Solo with his
family. His hobbies are boating and photography.
LUKE C. PALUMBO-Attendance Counselor
This is Mr. Palumbo's first year as attendance counselor.
He has taught for twenty six years in CHS. During the
twenty five previous years, he taught 7th and 8th grade
Science. Before coming to CHS, he was a teacher at
Christian Brothers High School in Missouri. He lives in
Coco Solo and enjoys golf and bowling. He also has an
MRS. BRIGHT MR. PALUMBO SR. insect collection.







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MR. MOWERY




Mr. Mowery looks on, as Mrs. Bright demonstrates the college view-deck to
Linda Huson and Carlos Peniche.







The counselors at Cristobal High School advise
and guide students toward a better adjusted and .
more successful school career. The Guidance Center
is equipped with catalogues from a great number of
U.S. colleges to provide the student with the
needed information on college life.
College Entrance Board exams like the PSAT,
SAT, and the ACT are administered to high school
students and also to adults in the community who
are interested in attending college to further their
education. This is Cristobal's first year as a regular ,
testing center.


Keeping track of students means a lot of paper work for Mr. Palumbo.


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LIBRARY


ALLEN D. GRIFFIN-Librarian
This is Mr. Griffin's second year at CHS, and he con-
tinues being very helpful to all students in the library.
Before coming to CHS, Mr. Griffin taught in Germany and
in his home state, Texas. He lives in Margarita, and his
outside interest is reading, naturally.


The library of CHS is the foundation of
gJgoI knowledge and information of all the stu-
dent body. Whenever a class receives an
assignment, the library becomes crowded
with students doing research work. It is
very well equipped, and our librarian and
Shis helpers are of great aid to the students.
The library is divided into a public li-
brary and a school library. The public
j A library is open until 8:00 p.m. and is open


community.


for both the students and the


Mr. Griffin and Linda Newman aid the students daily with whatever questions they need
to have answered.





SPECIAL




EARL C. SHARICK-Special Education
Mr. Sharick has been teaching in CHS for thirteen
years. Previously he taught in Cristobal and Coco Solo
Elementary Schools. He is from the state of Illinois, and
presently lives in Coco Solo. His hobbies are swimming,
fishing, and camping.



GRACE S. PFAU-Remedial Reading
Mrs. Pfau has taught in CHS since 1954. She has also
taught at the Atlantic Elementary Schools. She has aided
numerous students who have difficulties in reading. Her
interests include traveling, sewing, and reading.


MRS. PFAU MR. SHARICK


MR. GRIFFIN





LAWRENCE PERKINS-Typing I, Shorthand, Bookkeeping
This is Mr. Perkins' first year at CHS. He teaches Typing I,
bookkeeping, and shorthand. He is the head of the Business Depart-
ment and is also our S.A. Treasury Sponsor. Before coming to CHS,
Mr. Perkins taught in Florida and in his home state, Oklahoma.
His hobbies include fishing, sight-seeing, and reading.



DOROTHY J. MEEHAN-General Business, Typing II
Besides General Business and Typing II, Mrs. Meehan teaches
Spanish I. She has taught in CHS for five years. Much of her
spare time is devoted to gourmet cooking, which is her special interest.


MRS. MEEHAN


MR.PERKINS
MR. PERKINS


EDUCATION


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Larry Lopez, Helena Reed, and Danny Rivera work on various crafts.


In Special Education students learn the objectives
of economic efficiency, human relationship, and civic
responsibility. They also weave baskets, sew, and per-
form other crafts. The class is offered to help students
in certain courses according to their individual ability.
The classes were begun in 1960.
Students from all levels can develop their reading
skills through the Remedial Reading course. The course
also furthers their comprehension and enjoyment of
complex literature.


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If you want to be a secretary, you will surely be acquainted with the
typing and shorthand rooms. In the midst of electric typewriters and
shorthand pads the students are given special training in business educa-
tion. They begin by learning the keyboard in Typing I, and continue by
typing manuscripts and letters in Typing II. Shorthand students learn to
take dictation, which they transcribe in the typing room. General Busi-
ness and bookkeeping teach the students the financial phase of business.






Left, Mari Hanly, Matthews Cedeno, Kishu Assandas, Ce-
cilia Alberga, and Jean Geer busily type the daily exercises.


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CREATIVE ARTS

Different programs in creative arts have been offered to CHS students this year. In the music department students can choose
from the "A," "B," and the high school band, the junior high chorus, the orchestra, and the high school Girls' Glee Club. The
band provides music for school assemblies, and the other musical groups participate in activities throughout the year, like the
Christmas Concert.
Students having talent for painting and drawing can be guided and helped to improve their abilities in art class. Art stu-
dents learn to do metal tooling, weaving, pottery, ceramics, and other such crafts. The art class also has a showcase in which
are exhibited some of the outstanding works of the students.


EDWARD R. CARWITHEN-Band, Chorus
Mr. Carwithen's home state is Florida, and this is his
third year in CHS. He teaches music. Much of his time
is dedicated to music activities. In his spare time, he en-
joys sailing and skin-diving.


EDWIN M. KOZIOL-Art I and II
Mr. Koziol teaches jr. and sr. high art. This year he
is the advisor for the Caribbean. He is also the Art Club
advisor. Before coming to CHS six years ago, Mr. Koziol
taught in Michigan. His favorite hobbies are bridge, golf,
and reading.


MR. CARWITHEN


Cheryl Pinto, Alice Crouch, and Brigitte Daniels watch
Glenda Dempsey make silk-screen place mats.


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THE HIGH SCHOOL BAND-Front row: Christy Loireaux, Jeri Holleyman, Kathy Terwilliger, Carol Tor-
stenson, Barbara Ivill, Ann Terwilliger, D)inisia Nieves, Lorraine Borja, Debbie Gooch. Second row: Emilie
Daniel, Davine Hughcy, Lydia Santiago, Mardette Garner, Sylvia Vamprine, Heidi Sweeney, Sharon Golden,
Jean Geer, Ralph Hepner. Third row: Debbie Jaketic, Linda Merrick, Debbie Pate, Susan Ridge, Steve
Aponte, Robert Tuck, Scot Loizeaux, Joey Oberholtzer, Ed Forsythe, Jim Gray, Glenn Walker, Ed Golden.
Back row: Ed Bringas, Gaspar Sayoc, Jose Roman, Jim McFadden, Bill Bloomberg, Barbara Bassett, Doug
McLain, Daryl Izquierdo, Danny Valentine, Peter Swain, Bill Gillespie, Beverly Olsen, Boode Swain, Don
Olsen.


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Art I Class at work.


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THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-Front row: Barbara Banks, Gay Treff, Jeanie Bassett, Pat
Parker, Jinx Rivera, Carmen Rivera, Alma Rios. Second row: Patricia Hauke, Mary Norval,
Kathy DeRapps, Jody Knight, Karen Westerlirg, Rhonda Rawlings, Maria Font, Patty
Hill. Standing: Mr. Carwithen. Marcella Stanbridge, Kathie Burgess, Cinda Helmrichs,
Hila Lyman, Crickett Malker, Billie Marsh, Debbie Polite, Stephie Illies, Janet Soloman,
Gloria Wynn, Carla Gussow, Alice Crouch, Aurelia Williams, Soila Payne.


Glenda Dempsey, Brenda Gibson and Alice Crouch make a face mask on
Marcella Stanbridge.












ENGLISH


The English department is one of the largest departments
at CHS. Five new teachers came to the English department
this year. They are Mrs. Cooke, Mr. Ferguson, Mrs. John-
son, Mrs. Meyer, and Mrs. Phillips.
Besides seventh and eighth grade English, four years
of high school English are required for graduation from
CHS.
In addition to the regular English classes, journalism,
speech and drama, and remedial reading are offered. Speech
and drama is open to all interested seniors. This course
is very useful; it teaches the student better oral expression,
and a great deal of research work is required. Journalism
provides practical experience in working on a newspaper.
The school newspaper, the Tradewind, is produced by the
journalism class. Remedial reading helps students to im-
prove their reading ability.
This year a new emphasis on oral and written expression
and the addition of more records, record players, film strips,
textbooks, and magazines has added a new meaning and
enjoyment to the study of language and literature.


MR. FATTOROSI



MR. FERGUSON


MRS. JOHNSON


L. J. FATTOROSI-English III
Mr. Fattorosi's home state is New Jersey. Before com-
ing to CHS, he taught .in Jamesburg, N.J. This is his
twelfth year at CHS. In addition to teaching junior Eng-
lish, he is the Senior class sponsor. Mr. Fattorosi lives
in France Field with his wife and his mother.
ROBERT B. FERGUSON-English I, II, Journalism
This is Mr. Ferguson's first year in CHS. He is the
sponsor of the Tradewind. Before coming to CHS, he
taught in North Carolina. His outside interest is sport
parachuting.
GAYLE M. JOHNSON-7th grade English
Ohio is the home state of Mrs. Johnson. Besides teach-
ing 7th grade English, she is the cheerleader sponsor.
Her outside interests are painting and outdoor sports.
MOLLY MEYER-English II, III
Mrs. Meyer teaches English II and III this year. Her
home state in Montana. In her spare time, Mrs. Meyer
enjoys painting. Sponsoring the majorettes also takes some
of her time.


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MARTHA IRVIN PHILLIPS-English 7, I
English 7 and English I are the classes taught by Mrs.
Phillips. She is also the sponsor of the Girl's Drill Team.
This is Mrs. Phillips' first year in CHS. Her home state
is Arizona.
ANN A. SIEBRANDS-English 8, Drama, Speech
Before coming to CHS Miss Siebrands taught in South
Dakota and in Guam. Besides teaching English her duties
include Drama and Debate. She is also the Thespian ad-
visor. Her outside interests are bridge, theatre work, and
reading.
DOROTHY SMITH-English IV
Mrs. Smith teaches senior English. Besides being the.
head of the English Department, she sponsors many Senior
activities. If you are looking for her, you will be sure
to find her with her seniors. Mrs. Smith's home state is
Ohio, and she lives in Margarita with her husband.


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Ruperto DeJesus, Fred Sapp, and Leonard Terlaje use a
reading pacer.


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FOREIGN LANGUAGES

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MRS. GEGG


Mrs. Riefkohl's first period Spanish class.


MRS. MEEHAN


ANN D. GEGG-French, Latin, Spanish
Mrs. Gegg teaches French, Latin, and Spanish. During
seventh period she teaches French IV, which is an advanced
placement course. Besides this, she devotes time to the
French Club and the Caribe Club, both of which she
sponsors. Her favorite hobbies are golf, bridge, and
reading.
DOROTHY J. MEEHAN-Spanish I, General Business,
Typing II
Mrs. Meehan is from New York, and this is her sixth
year at C.H.S. She teaches Spanish I, General Business,
and Typing II. Her outside interest is gourmet cooking.
STELLA C. RIEFKOHL-Spanish 7
Mrs. Riefkohl teaches Spanish 7, and calls New York
her home state. She also works on the Orientation Day
program.
TELMA R. HOWARD-Spanish I and II
Mrs. Howard, the Pink Girl's sponsor, teaches Spanish
I and II. Before coming to C.H.S., Mrs. Howard taught
in Manhattan, New York. In her spare time, she enjoys
sewing and reading.
JAMES J. STEARNS-Spanish, Russian
Mr. Stearns teaches Spanish II, III, and IV, and Russian
III. In addition to this, Mr. Stearns is director of the
Language Lab and head of Foreign Language Department.
His favorite hobbies are fishing and stamp collecting.


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The Foreign Language Department is a wide and
interesting one. French, Spanish, Latin, and Russian
have been offered this year. A new seventh period
French IV class was also added to the program.
It is an advance placement course. Students read
the classic French literature. Russian III is also a
seventh period class. The Language Lab is used by
the classes, and the oral drills aid the students in
the pronunciation and better understanding of the
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Listening to chapter drills in first period French are: Nancy Edmond-
son, Geri Blanchette, Oscar Ortiz, and Ivette Cummings.







HOME ECONOMICS


ELIZABETH C. McNAUGHTON
Mrs. McNaughton has taught Home Economics in CHS
for three years. Previously she had taught in Massachu-
setts, her home state. She is Head of her department,
and assistant sponsor of the Nurses' Aides Club. In addi-
tion, Mrs. McNaughton is the "mending expert" of rips,
tears, and stains. Her hobbies are sewing, and water-skiing.


MRS. McNAUGHTON



















Pamela Teague, Patti Robson, and Jeanie Nabors.


Janet Brandenburg, Patsy Austin, Mary Rawlings, and Carol Wertz learn
what it takes to become a housewife.


The fragrant aroma of food and cooking and the buzzing sounds
of sewing machines identify the Home Ec. room. In it students
learn to sew, prepare various dishes, and plan meals.
The project for Home Ec. I students is to make aprons. Home
Ec. II students devote themselves to making skirts, blouses, and
dresses. For the Christmas holiday, the office was decorated with
lovely net wreaths made by the Home Ec. classes.
In the well-equipped kitchen, Home Ec. I students learned simple
baking recipes, while the Home Ec. II students prepared more elab-
orate dishes and desserts.


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INDUSTRIAL ARTS


JESSE C. HOLLOWAY-Mechanical Drawing
STHis is Mr. Holloway's third year at CHS. He has
previously taught in California and Saudi Arabia. Okla-
homa is his home state. In his spare time, Mr. Holloway
enjoys fishing and wood carving.


PAUL J. JEFFRIES-Shop
California is the home state of Mr. Jeffries. He has
taught shop in CHS for three years. Before coming to
CHS he taught in American Samoa, Colorado, and Cali-
fornia. He presently resides in Coco Solo with his family.
Golf, photography, and fishing are his outside interests.


MR. HOLLOWAY


MR. JEFFRIES


Jose Bravo and Hank Goldman put on finishing
touches with the buffer.


CHS shop classes learn to develop basic skills in hand tool operation, power tool operation,
and shop safety. In advanced woodworking, more complex projects stress correct maintenance
of equipment procedures along with machine setups for the special work involved in the making
of individual projects.
Mechanical drawing teaches the student to visualize how an object is built and put together.
They learn how to do isometric and architectural drawing, a skill which will benefit students
who are planning to continue their education in many other fields.
In metal shop the students learn the basic skills in bench work, forging, welding, sheet-
metal, and machine operation.


Both boys and girls take Mr. Holloway's Mechanical
Drawing I class.


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MATHEMATICS


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MR. LAWRENCE COWLEY


MR. ROY HOWELL MR. BERNARD MAZZONI





Mr. Bock watches as John Burza, Barbara Bradley, Karl Huebner, an
prepare to represent CHS in the Science-math Quiz on SCN.


MR. RONALD GENTILE


RICHARD W. BOCK
Anyone interested in advanced math is sure to know
Mr. Bock. He teaches Introduction to Analysis, Algebra I,
Algebra II, and seventh period calculus. He is head of
the math department at CHS. His home state is North
Dakota, and he presently resides in Coco Solo. Mr. Bock
enjoys playing bridge and boating in his leisure hours.
LAWRENCE A. COWLEY
Besides teaching geometry, Mr. Cowley is the junior
class sponsor. His home state is Texas. Previously he
taught for seven years at Fort Defiance, Arizona, and
on a Navajo Indian reservation. His outside interests are
tennis, bridge, reading, and fishing.
RONALD F. GENTILE
Michigan is the home state of Mr. Gentile, the seventh
grade arithmetic teacher. Before coming to CHS, he taught
for ten years in Birmingham, Michigan. His spare time
activities include motorcycle riding and pistol shooting.
ROY HOWELL
This is Mr. Howell's first year in the CHS math de-
partment. He teaches Algebra IB, general math, and math
8. Previously he taught at Boca Raton and Delroy Beach,
d Ken Brooks Florida. His outside interests are numismatics and reading.
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BERNARD R. MAZZONI
Mr. Mazzoni's home state is Pennsylvania. He teaches
Algebra I and math 8. In addition, he is the yearbook
business manager. He enjoys color photography and col-
lecting coins. This is his fifteenth year at CHS.


MR. RICHARD BOCK


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Several members of the optional seventh period calculus class, Rachel Rice, Omar
Chipsen, Gerald Chen, Danny Lee, and Albert Chong, look on as Judy Fong explains
a homework problem.


The mathematics department of CHS provides an opportunity for students to meet
all requirements and to lay a firm foundation for their educational and vocational
goals. The emphasis is placed on helping the individual discover the principles of
mathematics and to learn the language and the pattern of reasoning found in mathe-
matics.
This year three teachers are new to the department: Mr. Cowley, Mr. Gentile, and
Mr. Howell. Courses offered are Introduction to Analysis, Calculus, Geometry, Algebra
I and II, and General Math. Mr. Brock's class in calculus is the only seventh period
mathematics class being offered.




John Meeker looks on as Mr. Mazzoni assists Louise Palmer
with an algebra problem.



MATH COURSES

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MRS. FATTOROSI


"ME, TARZAN," says Gary Will to BR
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION


JUNE C. FATTOROSI-Girls' Senior High Gym
Mrs. Fattorosi, who has been at CHS since 1956, teaches
senior high gym. Between her many activities of GAA,
and Sport Day, she likes to go beach hiking and dog
walking.
JOAN F. HARRIS-Girls' Junior High Gym
Before coming to CHS, Mrs. Harris taught at the Ft.
Kobbe Elementary School and at Balboa High School,
where she graduated several years ago. She is an all-
sports fan, but tennis receives most of her spare time at-
tention. Mrs. Harris sponsors both basketball and tennis
intramurals.



MRS. HARRIS

What beauty! What style!


"Hey Coach! How long do you expect me to
hold this, till 'Doomsday'?"




DOUGLAS B. LITTON-Senior High Gym
Coach Litton has just completed his seventh year at
CHS as head coach for the football and baseball teams.
He also manages all intramural sports during after school
hours. Coach Litton is the Physical Education Department
head.
LOUIS DEDEAUX-Boys' Junior High Gym
For seventeen years, Mr. Dedeaux has taught at various
schools on either side of the isthmus. At CHS he coaches
randt Irion and Mike the Junior High boys in all sports. He also assists with
C- several after school activities. During his moments of re-
laxation he prefers to either golf or fish. Mr. Dedeaux
also sponsors the "C" Club.


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"Darn you, Charlie Brown, What'd you ever get me
into this?" says Diane Hauke.



CHS offers a wide, well balanced physical fitness program for
both boys and girls.
The girls' sports program is made up of basketball, volleyball,
t swimming, hockey, tennis, and softball. Drill precision and physical
fitness are stressed to develop coordination.
The boys participated in various sports such as swimming, wres-
tling, soccer, speedball, track, football, baseball, tennis, and basket-
ball. Gymnastics and physical fitness were also offered.


Beverly Olsen, "Socks it to 'em."


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SCIENCE


MRS. ADAMS


MR. HIERONYMUS


JEAN ADAMS
Mrs. Adams came to CHS from Indiana and this is her
first year of teaching. She teaches 7th grade Life Science
and 8th grade Earth Science, and hopes to instill in her
students an awareness of the natural elements of their
environment. She is also sponsor of the Junior High S.A.
Mrs. Adams lives in New Cristobal, and enjoys swimming
and golfing in her spare time.
ADELE COOKE
In addition to teaching 7th grade Life Science, Mrs.
Cooke also teaches English I, and is co-sponsor of the
Junior Honor Society. Mrs. Cooke, who is from New Jersey,
lives in Margarita and enjoys playing bridge.
PAUL HIERONYMUS
Thi sis Mr. Hieronymus' second year at CHS. He teaches
chemistry and 7th grade math. Mr. Hieronymus feels that
his course's greatest benefit is teaching the student how
to think. He is also the S.A. sponsor. Mr. Hieronymus lives
in' Coco Solo with his wife and daughter. His hobbies
are golf and insect collecting.
EMMA LOUISE MASON
Mrs. Mason has taught at CHS for five years, previous
to this she was a substitute teacher for three and one-half
years. Mrs. Mason teaches 7th grade science and 8th grade
math. She lives in Margarita and her hobbies are boating
and knitting.
JAMES D. NORMAN
This is Mr. Norman's ninth year of teaching at CHS.
He teaches biology, oceanography, and physiology. Mr.
Norman's hobbies are gardening, swimming, and reef
studies. During the winter he lives in Margarita, but he
spends the summer in his hometown, Mercer, Wisconsin.


"It's no use, I'll never understand i.
this!" wails Cathy Carlisle to
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MRS. COOKE


LUKE T. PALUMBO
Introductory Physical Science and 7th grade Life Science are the
two subjects taught by Mr. Palumbo who is head of the science
department at CHS. He lives in Coco Solo and goes skin-diving in
his spare time.
CHARLES T. REEVES
Mr. Reeves who teaches physics, math, slide rule calculations, and
driver education, has taught at CHS for nearly thirteen years. He
feels his courses are especially helpful to students now as well as
after graduation. He also sponsors the safety committee. Mr. Reeves'
hobbies are math, science, and boating. He lives in Coco Solo.


Brenda Morrison, Dee De-
Lapp, and Steve Jefferies do
chemical filtering.


CHS STUDENTS TAKE

LAB APPROACH TO

SCIENCE


Louis Carlo, Betty Wilkinson, and Bill Bloomberg study anatomy.









SOCIAL SCIENCE


MR. BERGER


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ROBERT BERGER-Social Studies 8
Mr. Berger is from Pennsylvania and has taught for six years
in the Canal Zone. Before coming to CHS, he taught in Florida.
In addition to his teaching schedule, he is the advisor for
the Zephyr. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf. Mr.
and Mrs. Berger and their daughter live in Margarita.
MARY L. CONDON-World History, Social Studies 8
Mrs. Condon has taught in Margarita Elementary School,
Balboa Elementary School, and Balboa High School, in addition
to CHS. Her teaching experience in the Canal Zone totals
seventeen years. Previous to this, she taught in her home state,
Michigan. She is the sponsor of the National Honor Society.
In after-school hours and weekends, she enjoys gardening and
cooking.
EUGENE T. GREGG-U.S. History
Mr. Gregg, the chairman of the history department, teaches
U.S. History and Survey of Latin American History. Before
coming to CHS, Mr. Gregg taught in Colorado, his home state.
Hle has taught in CHS for sixteen years. He lives in Coco Solo
with his wife and six daughters.
PETER M. HERBORN-World Geography, American Institu-
tions
Mr. Herborn is from Missouri, where he taught before
coming to the Canal Zone. He also taught elementary school
physical education in Ft. Davis and Ft. Gulick. In CHS he
teaches world geography and this year he taught American
institutions during the second semester. He lives in Coco Solo,
and his favorite hobbies are reading, sailing, tennis, scuba div-
ing, and swimming.
RONALD D. JACOBS-Socal Studies 7, English 8
Mr. Jacobs has taught in CHS two years. He is the sponsor
of the Junior High School Student Association. His home state
is Oklahoma. He lives in Coco Solo with his wife and three
year old son.
ELIZABETH MARCELLO-U.S. History, World Geography,
Economics, English 8
This is Miss Marcello's first year at CHS. During the first
semester, she taught economics to seniors. In addition, she
taught U.S. History and English 8. In spite of her busy schedule,
she finds time to sponsor the jr. high Dramatics Club. Her
home state is New Jersey. In her free time, she enjoys music,
reading, and painting.
ROBERT E. McCULLOUGH-Social Studies 7
This is Mr. McCullough's fourteenth year in CHS. Pre-
viously, he taught in Minnesota and Idaho. In addition to his
classes, he is assistant sponsor of the safety committee. His
home state is Montana, and he resides in Margarita. Reading,
coin and stamp collecting, and hiking, are his favorite hobbies.


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Caribe Club member Leslie Marek finds out what its like to teach.
Caribe Club member Leslie Marek finds out what its like to teach.


CARIBE CLUB MEMBERS TAKE OVER

SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASSES FOR HALF A DAY


If a CHS student is interested in taking social science classes, he has many courses to choose from. In the seventh grade,
students start their social science education by taking world geography. In the eighth grade U.S. history is offered. Freshmen
may study world geography; sophomores, world history; juniors, U.S. history; and seniors, American institutions. A seventh
period class on Latin America is being taught by Mr. Gregg. CHS has the right materials and a fine staff of social science
teachers to give the students the best possible education in the world around them.
Some of the objectives of the Social Science Department are: helping the pupil acquire the knowledge of our social, economic,


Club member Vicki Kaufer appears to enjoy teaching social studies.


and political inheritance; helping him recognize the
problems present in these areas today; and helping
him develop a respect for the worth and the rights
of all individuals.
STo meet the goals of the department the pupil
not only studies a basic text but is exposed to cur-
S rent student publications and appropriate motion
picture films. He is also required to do outside
reading, reports, and projects.


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The C.H.S. Drill Team executes one of its spectacular maneuvers.


R.O.T.C.


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OF DISCIPLINE


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CRISTOBAL UNIT -GIVES OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE


The 2d battalion Cristobal High School ROTC Unit is composed of E and
F companies with 115 cadets. The Unit is in its 18th year and has won the
Honor Unit designation awarded by the Department of the Army every year
except one, and that was when its strength fell below 100 cadets.
The basic goal of the ROTC is character building. A cadre of one officer
and two noncommissioned officers of the U.S. Army provides instruction and
guidance but the initiative is left to the cadets who run themselves.


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THE REVIEWING OFFICERS
Mr. Maedl, MAJ. Fisher, ILT. Agee


THE BATTALION STAFF
LTC Ken Brooks, CPT Bob Beall, 2LT Jim Butler, LTC Jackie Evans, 2LT John Carlisle, ILT
Ernie Faris.


ROTC COLOR GUARD
Brian Fleckenstein, Ron Mahan, Peter
Showalter, Davy Robertson.


ROTC SPONSORS: Sue Lyman, Jackie Evans, Ann
Hirons, and Maria Kerley.


There are four reviews during the year. The annual Field Night in
March marks the climax of the competitive phase of ROTC training. The
Cristobal United participates with the Balboa Unit as a brigade. It fea-
tures competition between individuals, squads, platoons, companies, and
most impressive of all, the head-on contest between the two drill teams.
ROTC cadets use the training facilities of the U.S. Southern Command
and have gone through a shortened course at the Jungle Operations Train-
ing Center and the Parachute Jump School.


THE CADRE
SSG Radloff, ILT. Agee, and SSG Propst.


Jim Butler, Oscar Ortiz, and John Carlisle are on office duty.

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ROTC DRILL TEAM
Commanded by Cadet ILT Perry Shuford. The Drill Team sponsor is Ann Hirons.
ROTC cadets watch a demonstration of sky diving.


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SENIOR SUMMARIES


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CECILIA DEL CARMEN ALBERGA
June 20, 1950
Colon, Republic of Panama
Cecilia has taken part in the Powder Puff Football Game and has
been on the Jr.-Sr. Prom committee during her junior year. She
has also been a member of the Nurses Aides club for four years.
Cecilia plans to enter a college in California and either teach or
become a nurse.
STEPHEN GRAHAM ALLEN
April 26, 1951
Arkansas City, Kansas
Steve has a great interest in sports and he has spent a great deal
of his leisure time in the pursuit of sport excellence for CHS. Steve
has lettered in football and baseball. He was a member of the "C"
Club and the 21 Club for two years. Steve plans to attend a trade
school in Oklahoma.
KISHU SHAMDASANI ASSANDAS
August 1, 1949
Colon, Republic of Panama
Kishu has been a member of the French and Spanish Clubs
for two years and also an SA representative for two years. He
has held a ROTC commission for three years and was "F" Com-
pany Executive Officer during his senior year.


B

LUCINDA BARRAGAN G.
April 29, 1949
Colen, Republic of Panama
Lucinda's main interest is languages. She served as president of
the Spanish Club during her senior year. Her other interests include
reading, collecting famous records, and practicing various sports.
She plans to attend the University of Panama.
ROBERT GLENN BEALL
October 31, 1951
Ancon, Canal Zone
Bob has taken an active interest in football and was on the
Tiger team for two years. He was chosen a princess for the Powder
Puff Game in his junior year. Bob has participated in ROTC for
four years, and has won two medals for his excellence in that
field. He plans to study at the University of Colorado to become
an electrical or aeronautical engineer.
DONALD KAY BENSEN
May 4, 1951
Erie, Pennsylvania
Don's special interests are football and track. He took an active
part in football in his freshman, sophomore and junior years, and
track in his freshman year. His future plans are to attend Miami
Dade Junior College.
JAY BENSON
January 19, 1950
Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Drawing, football, and track have taken up a good deal of Jay's
time. He was on the football team for three years and in track
during his freshman and senior years. Also in his senior year,
Jay served as SA representative. Jay would like to pursue a career
in architecture.
BARBARA JANET BRADLEY
August 29, 1951
Washington, D.C.
Barbara came to CHS in the beginning of her junior year. She
was initiated into the NHS and was the secretary of the NHS
during her senior year. Barb was also president of the Caribe Club.
Much of her time after school is spent practicing with the girls'
Drill Team. In the Senior Hall of Fame, Barbara was voted Most
Likely to Succeed.
11 \ki(LD ARTHUR BRANDENBURG
August 18, 1951
New Port, Rhode Island
Hap's main interest has been in sports. He was co-captain of the
football team during, his senior year and was chosen to the All
Zone Football T, 'm. Hap has also participated in baseball, track,
basketball, and tennis. He has been a member of the 21 Club, the


Tradewind Staff, and served as the vice-president of the "C" Club
during his senior year. Hap was also president of his senior class.
He hopes to pursue a career in dentistry at the University of North
Carolina.
KENNETH SAMUEL BROOKS
March 27, 1951
Ft. Bragg, North Carolina
Ken has been a member of the swimming team for three years.
He was SA president during his senior year. He was also Battalion
Commander in ROTC and a member of the "C" Club. Ken was
voted Mr. CHS in the Senior Hall of Fame.
JOHN ROBERT BURZA
December 12, 1950
Colin, Republic of Panama
John was an SA representative for two years. He was also a
member of the Caribe Club, the band, the tennis team, and the
National Honor Society. He was voted Most Intellectual in the 1969
Senior Hall of Fame. John is interested in the field of medicine.


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ROSITA MAGDALENA CABRERA T.
October 27, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Rosy came to CHS from St. Mary's Academy where she partici-
pated in various assemblies. At CHS she has been a member of
the French and Caribe Clubs. Rosy was a member of the Powder
Puff Football Game team.
DAVID ANDRE CANTU
September 25, 1950
San Antonio, Texas
Dave has been a member of the track team for four years and
a member of the "C" Club. He was on the decorating committee
for the Jr.-Sr. Prom during his junior year.
HARRY HOWARD CAREY
January 30, 1951
Ft. Campbell, Kentucky
Harry has participated in football and baseball, and received a
letter for both sports. In his senior year, Harry escorted a member
of the Homecoming Court, was a member of the Tradewind staff,
the "C" Club, and an SA representative.
ZOILA ITZEL CARRASCO
November 29, 1949
Colon, R.P.
Itzy has been a member of the Spanish, French, and Nurses
Aides Clubs. She has also been an office assistant and has partici-
pated in volleyball intramurals. Itzel hopes to attend college in
Canada.
HARRY CASTRO Z.
February 28, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Harry has participated in football, basketball, and track. He was
a member of the "C" Club, the Spanish Club, and was a homeroom
alternate. Harry was also a Powder Puff Game cheerleader and a
campaign manager for the '68-'69 SA elections. He hopes to attend
law school. Harry was voted Best Dancer in the Senior Hall of Fame.
GILDA RAQUEL CELDENO
February 7, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Gilda has been a member of the Caribe Club, the French Club,
Spanish Club, the National Honor Society, the Drill Team, the
Homecoming court, and a member of the Jr.-Sr. Prom committee.
She participated in volleyball intramurals and was a cheerleader
during her senior year. Gilda was voted Best Dancer in the Senior
Hall of Fame.
GERALD CHEN
March 8, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Gerald is a member of the French Club and was vice-president
of the Spanish Club. He has also participated in track and basket-
ball. Gerald plans to attend a college in California.
OMAR JOSE CHIPSEN J.
June 6, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Omar has received a medal for the best score on the ROTC final





test. He is a member of the French Club, the Spanish Club, and
the National Honor Society. Omar would like to attend college in
Texas or California.
ALBERT CHONG
February 25, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Albert is a member of the National Honor Society, French Club,
and Caribe Club. He enjoys participating in art and all kinds of
sports.
ROGELIO CLOIUGH
June 20, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Rogelio participated in football, wrestling, and intramural basket-
ball. He was also a member of the Spanish Club.
RICHARD CUL M INGS
May 3, 1950
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Richard's activities include baseball, basketball, soccer, and foot-
ball.

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ALVARO DAVIS
June 13, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Alvaro was a member of the Spanish Club for three years.
GLENDA DEMPSEY
September 10, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Glenda participated in basketball, tennis, and volleyball. She
was both "A" and "B" league captain in volleyball. She also was
a member of the GAA Club.
JOHN DIAZ
April 6, 1951
Ancon, Canal Zone
John was elected SA representative and he plays in a band.
DAVID DOLE
July 20, 1950
St. Louis, Missouri
Dave participated in ROTC four years. He was on the drill team
two years and was drill team commander in his senior year.
LUIS DOMINGUEZ
December 23, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Luis was a member of the Caribe Club, the 21 Club, and served
the SA as a homeroom alternate and representative. He also partici-
pated in football and was in the ROTC.


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GEORGE EGGER
January 20, 1951
Cristobal, Canal Zone
George earned three letters in football. He was on the track team
and was treasurer of the "C" Club. He participated in ROTC jungle
training and was a Battalion executive officer.
JACQUELINE R. EVANS
Volleyball, badminton, and basketball intramurals are on Jackie's
list of activities. She was also a sponsor for the ROTC.

F

GEORGE FAVORITE
March 27, 1951
Colon, R.P.
BRUCE FERREL
August 10, 1949
Tachikama, Japan
JERRY FINNEMAN
February 1, 1951
Minneapolis, Minnesota
JUDY ELIZABETH FONG
October 2, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Judy was a member of the Torrid Zone Wizards, the National
Honor Society, Caribe Club, French Club, the Language Lab Club,


and the GAA, holding office in several of the above. She was a Jr.
Class secretary-treasurer, Sr. Class editor on the Caribbean staff,
and on the decorating committee for the Jr.-Sr. Prom. She plans to
enter St. Marys College in Notre Dame, Indiana.
JIMMY FORD
June 25, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Jimmy was a member of the basketball team. He also was a mem-
ber of the French Club, Spanish Club, and the "C" Club. Jimmy
was chosen as Wittiest in the 1969 Hall of Fame. He plans to attend
college in Miami.


G

STEPHEN GABRIEL
March 29, 1951
Quincy, Massachusetts
Steve's extra curricular activities include: football (co-captain),
track, tennis, homeroom representative, class vice-president and
dance committees. Steve was voted Most Likely to Succeed by his
classmates.
GLORIA A. GALINDO
March 14, 1950
San Juan, Puerto Rico
DEBORAH ANN GARNER
February 22, 1951
Norristown, Pennsylvania
Debbie had a lead role in the play "The Curious Savage" and
also played in the team band where she received a letter of com-
mendation. During her junior year she took an active part in the
Powder Puff Football Game and received an award for completing
a minor in Russian. She plans to go to a college in Pennsylvania
and major in elementary education.
PHYLLIS JEAN GOLDEN
May 27, 1951
Ft. Clayton, Canal Zone
Nurse's Aides Club and the Pink Girls have gained enormous
help from Goldie during her sophomore and junior years. She has
also participated in the Safety Committee. After graduation she
plans to attend a nursing school in Miami, Florida.
MARY CAROLYN GONZALES
March 12, 1951
Tucson, Arizona
Speedy has been an athletic-minded person participating in
gymnastics, track, golf, diving, skiing, and horseback riding. Her
future plans include junior college in Los Angeles, California.
MICHAEL GREEN
February 25, 1951
Ancon, Canal Zone
Mike has participated in track and swimming. He lettered in foot-
ball and was a sergeant in the ROTC. He plans to attend Canal
Zone College next year.
BARRY DEAN GREER III
July 20, 1950
Vernon, Texas
Barry's main interest is ROTC. He has been a member four
years and is presently a platoon leader and a 2nd Lt. He received
a Russian award and participated in tennis. Barry will attend a
college in Texas after graduation.
NANCY GREGORY
November 21, 1951
Panama City, Panama
Nancy was a member of the Yearbook Staff for two years and
presently is the Co-Editor. She has participated in the French and
Caribe Clubs, and the Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee. Nancy is a member
of the National Honor Society.
MICHAEL GUTIERREZ
April 29, 1950
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Mike has been in the ROTC two years and is a squad leader.
He wants to attend college in Texas.


H

MARIA LYDIA HANLY
April 8, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Mari's activities include "B" league basketball and volleyball.





She also participates in cheerleading and is the captain. She has
been a member of the French, Caribe, and Language Clubs. During
her sophomore year she was class president. In her junior year,
vice-president of the SA and chairman for the Jr.-Sr. Prom. As a
senior she was "F" company sponsor. Mari was voted Miss CHS in
the 1969 Senior Hall of Fame.
JOAN ELIZABETH HEADY
September 8, 1951
Olney, Illinois
Joan has attended two other high schools. They were Newton
Community High School and Salem Community High School. In
these schools she was a member of the chorus, dramatics club, the
science club, guidance club, pep club, student association, the Tri-Hi
and the cheerleading squad. Joan was also a Jr.-Sr. Prom attendant.
ROSE MARIE HEDMAN
March 23, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Rose has participated in Sports Day as a volleyball player. She
was voted Wittiest in the Senior Hall of Fame for 1969.
CHRISTINE ANN HERRING
June 4, 1951
Ancon, Canal Zone.
Chris was a member of the "A" league volleyball team and re-
ceived a letter in that sport. She was a member of the girls' drill
team, a senior representative, and a student assistant in the office.
Chris hopes to be an airline stewardess.
MARY FLORENCE HUFFMAN
June 17, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Mary was a member of the junior team for the Powder Puff
Football Game. She also worked on the Jr.-Sr. Prom in her junior
year. In her senior year she was a member of the Nurses' Aides
Club. Mary plans to attend a nursing school in New York.
BARBARA HUGHES
February 21, 1950
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Barbara has participated in Sports Day every year that she has
attended CHS. She hopes to further her education in the United
States.
LINDA SUSAN HUSON
August 9, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Linda has participated in Sports Day and was a member of the
Powder Puff Football Game. Linda was a member of the Nurses'
Aides Club. She plans to attend college in Texas.



MARVEL ALICIA IGLESIAS
April 26, 1951
Panama City, R.P.
Marvel is a member of the Spanish and Nurses' Aides Clubs.
She participated in the Powder Puff Football Game and was a mem-
ber of the French Club. Marvel hopes to become a secretary.
NORMAN IVILL
January 24, 1951
South Miami, Florida
Normjn was a member of the Tradewind staff during his senior
year. He plans to attend Miami-Dade Junior College. His favorite
activity is hunting.



STEVEN MICHAEL JEFFRIES
May 25, 1951
Denver, Colorado
Steve had a leading role in two of Cristobal's dramatic produc-
tions, Inherit the Wind, and The Curious Savage. Steve was also a
guard on the football team in his senior year. He hopes to attend
Kings' Point Maritime Academy.
DORIS JOHNSON
January 18, 1949
Columbus, Ohio
Doris enjoys swimming and horse-back riding.
HERMON FREDERICK JOHNSON
October 5, 1951
Newton, Alabama
Hermon was a tackle on the football team. He plans to attend
Louisiana State University.


JO LYNN JONES
November 6, 1951
Munich, Germany
Jo came to CHS during her sophomore year. Since then she par-
ticipated in the Powder Puff Football Game, the Homecoming
Court, and the Nurses' Aides Club. Jo was a member of the Jr.-Sr.
Prom committee and Sadie Hawkins Dance committee. She hopes
to attend the University of Oklahoma.

K

NIKITA GEORGIU KATTULAS
April 20, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Nikita came to CHS during his sophomore year. He has been an
active member of the French and Spanish Clubs for three years.
Nikita is interested in the field of medicine.
FRANK LAWRENCE KERLEY
April 1, 1951
Casilda, Cuba
Frank was a member of the football team during his senior year
as well as being an SA representative. He was on the wrestling team
in Weehawken High School, New Jersey. Frank's favorite activities
are football, basketball, and going to the beach. He would like
to join the Navy.
MARIA ELENA KERLEY
February 9, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Maria was a member of the cheerleading squad, an ROTC spon-
sor, Seniors co-editor of the yearbook, and was chosen Homecoming
Queen. She has participated in intramural sports and was a member
of the "B" league volleyball team during her sophomore year. She
has also participated in the Powder Puff Football Game. In the
Senior Hall of Fame, Maria was voted Best Dressed.
SHARON LUCILLE KILGORE
August 27, 1951
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Sheri was a homeroom alternate during her junior year. She also
was a member of the junior team for the Powder Puff Football
Game, and was a member of the chorus for two years. She hopes
to become a psychiatrist or a social worker.
ANTHONY LEE KINGERY
August 27, 1951
Ronring Springs, Texas
Anthony was a member of the band for several years. He also
lettered in tennis in his junior year. Anthony likes to hunt and fish.
FRANK KNIGHT JR.
November 29, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone

L

AUGLiTO LARA, JR.
September 28, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Augusto is very active in basketball. He was a member of the
Junior Varsity team in his sophomore year. He plans to attend
college in New Orleans and study business administration.
HAYDEE LATORRE
January 15, 1952
Quito, Ecuador
Haydee was class president during her sophomore year and a
member of the "A" honor roll. She would like to attend college in
Ecuador and become a secretary.
STEPHANIE ANNE LAWSON
January 25, 1951
Ancon, Canal Zone
Steph was secretary-treasurer during her junior year and treasurer
during her senior year. She has attended Canal Zone schools for
twelve years. She enjoys swimming, volleyball, water skiing, and
dancing. Steph was a member of the Nurses' Aides Club in her
sophomore year and a library assistant in her junior year. She was
also a member of the junior team in the Powder Puff Football
Game. She holds the position of Friendliest in the Senior Hall of
Fame.
DANIEL LEE
August 16, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Danny was treasurer of the SA during his senior year. He has





been a member of the Caribe and French clubs for four years and
a member of the Spanish and Language Lab clubs for two years.
He was initiated into the National Honor Society during his junior
year and was vice-president during his senior year. Danny's favorite
activities are skin diving, swimming, and playing in a combo.
GERMAINE YVONNE LEMM
August 4, 1951
Panama City, R.P.
Germaine has participated in volleyball and basketball intramurals
for three years. She was a member of the volleyball and track teams
for Sports Day during her junior year. She has been a member of
the French Club for three years, and a member of the Spanish
and Caribe Clubs for two years. Germaine was also a member of
the Caribbean staff in her senior year, serving as Advertising editor
and Faculty co-editor.
SUSAN LORAINE LYMAN
March 19, 1951
Wenatchec, Washington
Sue is a member of the swimming team and has won numerous
awards for her great ability as a swimmer. She was on the decorating
committee for the Jr.-Sr. Prom and for the Christmas Formal. She
plans to attend college in the Canal Zone and is interested in
teaching.


M

PHILIP ALAN MAHAN
May 21, 1951
Fort Riley, Kansas
Phil attended CHS for only his senior year. He is a member of
the Tradewind staff and lettered in football. Phil enjoys skin diving
and surfing and he would like to become a marine biologist.
ROLAND THOMAS MANS
October 19, 1951
New Orleans, Louisiana
Rolie plans to attend college. One of his favorite activities is
playing the guitar.
PETER FRANK MAROTTA
March 2, 1951
Paris, France
Pete has been in CHS for two years and was active in ROTC
as a 2nd Lt. He had a perfect attendance record during his sopho-
more and junior years. He was a member of the football team for
one year. Pete would like to become a pilot and join the Army.
He also looks forward to attending college in New York.
BILLIE RUTH MARSH
August 6, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Billie lettered in swimming, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, and
drill team. She was co-captain in the Powder Puff Football Game.
During her senior year Billie was elected homeroom representative
and vice-president of GAA, and she was also a member of the Caribe
Club. Billie plans to attend college and become an elementary
teacher. She was voted Most Athletic in the Senior Hall of Fame.
FRANKLIN ANTONIO MARTIN
October 6, 1949
Colen, R.P.
Frank has been a member of the 21 Club for two years and served
as president in his senior year. Frank was also commander of "F"
Company in ROTC. He was a member of the football team for one
year and was voted Friendliest in the Senior Hall of Fame.
JOHN DOUGLAS McLAIN
April 6, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Doug received the Cristobal Little Theater best actor award. He
had a role in Inherit the Wind, The Curious Savage, and Night of
January Sixteenth. He was president of the Thespians, a secretary
in the Caribe Club, a vice-president of the Torrid Zone Wizards,
and president of the Language Lab Club. He played in the band
for six years and was its president in his senior year. boug was
voted Most Talented in the Senior Hall of Fame.
JAMIE KAREN MEEKER
December 14, 1950
Fort Worth, Texas
Jamie was a member of the Nurses' Aides Club for three years.
She held the positions of vice-president and historian of the club.
She participated in Sports Day in her junior year. Jamie wants to
attend college in Texas and become an elementary school teacher.


ROBERT CHARLES MILLER
October 28, 1950
Brooklyn, New York
Bob has been a member of the football team for two years and
lettered in that sport. He would like to attend a trade school and
become a mechanic.
LUELLA JANE MORALES
September 14, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Luella has taken part in "B" League and "A" League volleyball
during her sophomore and junior years. She received an award from
the Spanish Honor Society in her junior year.
EDMUND EL G ENE MYERS
November 2, 1950
San Jose, Costa Rica
Ed has been an active member of the ROTC for three years.
He was a squad leader and a corporal during his senior year. His
main interest is music.


O

OLGA JOSEPHINE OLIVER
August 17, 1950
Ponce, Puerto Rico
Olga came to CHS in her senior year. She previously attended
Monmouthe Regional High in New Jersey. There she was a member
of the Color Guard Team and a cheerleading coach. She was also
a quarterback in the Powder Puff Game. Olga hopes to be an
airline stewardess.
GEORGE OTERO
August 8, 1950
Santurce, Puerto Rico


P

RODOLFO PARSONS
October 24, 1948
Panama City, R.P.
ROTC has been Chick's main activity. He Was a member of "A"
company, a member of the rifle team for four years. Chick has
also participated in track. He would like to attend a technical
school.
WARREN C. PATTON
January 7, 1951
Colon, R.P.
In his sophomore year Warren was a homeroom representative.
He was a guard on the football team and "E" company com-
mander in ROTC during his senior year. Warren plans to attend
trade school in Oklahoma.
CHERYL ANN PINTO
November 25, 1948
Colon, R.P.
Cheryl has been an active member of the Spanish and Art clubs.
She won a prize in an art show during her junior year. Cheryl
was a member of the Caribbean, serving as Advertising co-editor.
BRIAN CAMERON PLAISANCE
March 6, 1951
Lawrence, Massachusetts
Brian received three letters in swimming. In his sophomore year,
he broke the Canal Zone record for the breaststroke. He broke his
own record in his junior year. Brian would like to pursue an
apprenticeship.
EDWARD CHARLES PORTIER
August 4, 1951
Djaharta, Indonesia
Since Ed's arrival at CHS he has been a member of the ROTC
and held the rank of a Pfc. He plans to attend college in the U.S.


R

OLIN RANDY RAIN EY
October 25, 1950
Mobile, Alabama
Randy has been an active member of the ROTC. He is presently
an MI and a Staff-Sergeant. Randy plans to attend college after
graduation.






CARMEN MARIA REYES
March 21, 1951
Caquas, Puerto Rico
Carmen has participated in the Spanish Club and the Nurses'
Aides Club. She was also a halfback for the junior team at the
Powder Puff Game. Carmen hopes to be an army nurse.
ROSA LYDIA REYES
November 22, 1949
Caquas, Puerto Rico
Rosa has been a member of the Spanish Club for two years.
She was also in the Powder Puff Game. Rosa plans to be a beauti-
cian.
EM\1i\ RACHEL RICE
March 1, 1951
Virgilina, Virginia
Rachel has been a member of the drill team, Caribe Club, Pink
Girls, Torrid Zone Wizards, and Nurses' Aides Club. She also par-
ticipated in after school intramurals and was a member of the
Powder Puff Game. Rachel wishes to pursue a teaching career.
BRENDA ANN RICHARDSON
September 18, 1951
West Point, New York
Brenda is the secretary-treasurer of the Caribe Club. She worked
on the Jr.-Sr. Prom and participated in Girl's Sports Day. She was
initiated into the National Honor Society during her junior year and
is now serving as president. Brenda was voted Most Intellectual in
the Senior Hall of Fame. She plans to attend a college in North
Carolina.
RONALD JAMES ROBERTSON
November 18, 1951
Jim was on the honor roll in the previous school he attended in
California. Since his arrival at CHS he has been on the Tradewind
staff. Jim hopes to attend Canal Zone College.
MALENA ROMERO
May 13, 1951
Toyko, Japan
Malena's hobbies are reading, drawing, and sewing.
ENRIQUE ROSANIA
March 3, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Enrique was a member of the Caribe Club and the Spanish Club
for three years. He was also a member of the Language Lab Club
for two years. He also participated in basketball intramurals.


S

MARY SASSO
October 27, 1950
Panama, R.P.
KAY SMITH
March 13, 1950
Eufaula, Alabama
Kay was an office assistant for two years. She plans to attend
Junior College in South Carolina.
RON'\IE SMITH
March 31, 1949
Eufaula, Alabama
Ronnie was on the football team for three years and the baseball
team two years.
STEPHEN SMITH
November 13, 1950
Norwood, Massachusetts
MICHAEL SPR I ANGER
March 30, 1951
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mike participated in football at CHS.
SYLVIA STIEBRITZ
August 15, 1950
Columbus, Ohio
Sylvia was a member of the band and the Nurses' Aides Club
during her freshman and sophomore years. She was also a library
assistant and is presently an office assistant. Sylvia would like to
attend a college in Florida.
RICHARD BOADE SWAIN
June 18, 1951
Oakland, California
Richard's sports activities include football, swimming, and tennis.


He took part in the Thespian plays: And Then There Were None,
Inherit the Wind, and Night of January 16th. His hobbies are boat-
ing, skin diving, and riding motorcycles.


T

GAYE TREFF
March 30, 1951
San Antonio, Texas
Gaye's extra curricular activities are: FHA, GAA, Latin Club, Pep
Club, Dance Team, Tennis, water polo, Ski Club, and bowling team.


V

WALTER VAMPRINE JR.
August 28, 1950
New Orleans, Louisiana
Football was Walter's main activity. He won a letter in his junior
and senior year.


W

HAROLD R. WALKER
February 22, 1951
Waycross, Georgia
Ronnie enjoys baseball, swimming, scuba diving, football, and
reading.
MARGERY WARD
November 12, 1951
Key West, Florida
Margie participated in Sports Day and in the Powder Puff Foot-
ball Game. She was a member of the Nurses' Aides Club and the
Pink Girls. She also was a member of the band. Her hobby is horse-
back riding. Margie plans to attend Canal Zone College.
CARYN WATSON
February 18, 1951
Louisville, Kentucky
Caryn was an S.A. alternate during her junior year. Her hobbies
include volleyball and bowling.
GERALD WEIGLE
March 13, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Jerry was very active in all sports. He was the Freshman Class
president and S.A. representative for two years. Jerry is a member
of the "21" Club, and the "C" Club.
FRANJE MARIE WHEELER
April 25, 1950
Colon, R.P.
Marie was the Jamboree Queen this year and was voted Best
Looking in the 1969 Hall of Fame. She was a member of the Girls
Drill Team and also participated in the Powder Puff Football
Game. Marie would like to become an aviation secretary.
BETTY MARIE WILKINSON
April 17, 1951
West Point, Georgia
Betty was a member of the Future Business Leaders of America,
Future Teachers of Amreica and the Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca. She would like to attend Auburn University.
GARY WILL
November 27, 1951
Colon, R.P.
Gary was a member of the football team four years. He also
was a member of the "C" Club.


Z

JOHN ZIZIC
October 21, 1949
Yugoslavia
John was a member of the Spanish Club and participated in ROTC.
He also was a member of the track team, winning 1st place in
the shot put.






















We've come to sing a praise,
A hearty cheer to raise
For the school we love so dear,
Our own Cristobal High.
We'll honor her name, increase her
fame,
Through the passing years 'twill be
the same.

She's the best on the Zone, she's
second to none
And we're proud to claim her for our
own,
Our very own.
North, east, south, west, we've found
her best,
Our own Cristobal High.





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55 Front Street
Colon


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Canal Zone


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Colon


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Colon


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Class of 1969


For 40 years PAN AM has been privileged
to serve the travel needs of the
Canal Zone students and faculty.
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INDEX


A

Abresch, Ernest 118, 119
Adams, Jean E. 57, 146
Adams, Nedelda F. 56
Administration 128
Agee, Robert 152
Alberga, Cecilia C. 12, 72, 133
Alberga, Charlene M. 29, 83, 125
Alberga, Charles E. 59
Alcala, Nelly D. 60
Alexaitis Jr., John J. 58
Alfalla, Lynn 54
Allen, Brian W. 47, 114
Allen, Joanne G. 130
Allen, Stephen G. 12, 78, 82, 117, 141
Allickson, John H. 57
Allickson, Patrick J. 39
Allickson, Paulette 55
Alonis, Jay J. 39
Anton, Marta N. 47
Aponte, Julio J. 39
Aponte, Stephen L. 55, 59, 134
Aponte Jr., Thomas 47, 60
Art Club 107
Assandas, Kishu S. 12, 104, 133
Atkinson, Christi A. 47
Atkinson, Kevin V. 59
Austin, D. 56, 59
Austin, Patricia Y. 39, 45, 97, 124, 125,
140


B

Baas, Christina 76
Baitel, Paul 47, 114
Baker, Carol L. 59
Baker, Darlene A. 56
Baker, Glen W. 47, 60
Banks, Barbara J. 47, 122, 135
Barger, Daryn L. 29, 83, 102
Barger, Donna L. 29, 83, 102
Barger, Michael D. 47
Barr, James A. 60
Barr, Robert E. 39
Barragan, Lucinda G. 12, 18, 21
Barraza, Evelyn M. 58
Barraza, Jimmy 46, 47
Bassett, Barbara A. 29, 105, 134
Bassett, Jean L. 39, 41, 135
Beall, Robert G. 12, 117, 153
Beall, Richard W. 47
Belanger, Monty 113


Belgrave, Genevieve M. 55, 59
Belhumeur, Elsie E. 47
Bello, Holly R. 47, 56
Bensen, Christophe L. 60
Bensen, Donald K. 12, 114, 117, 121
Bensen, Jay H. 12, 114, 117, 118, 119
Bensen, Richard 55
Berger, Robert 55, 59, 148
Bernardo, Tomas S. 58
Berry, Frank D. 79
Betcher, Barbara A. 47
Bjorneby, Jan T. 39, 83, 121, 125
Bjorneby, Michael M. 60
Blanchette, Gerianne M. 47, 48, 139
Blanchette, Mitchell J. 29, 112, 113, 118,
119
Blanchette, Paula T. 57
Blevins, Elizabeth 39, 41, 72, 79
Blevins, Harry W. 39, 117
Bliss, Sharon 29
Bloemer, Barbara 60
Bloemer Jr., Robert J. 47, 122
Bloomberg, William R. 38, 39, 72, 90,
91,114, 134
Bock, Richard L. 118
Bock, Richard W. 29, 142
Bock, Robin T. 55
Boone, Lana G. 38, 39, 92, 93, 100, 191
Boone, Maria E. 47, 122, 123
Booth, Richard 47, 122, 123
Borja, A. 58
Borja Jr., Lorraine L. 39, 83, 134
Borrero, Ellientte 56, 59
Borsellino, Henry D. 47
Boseman, Vivian V. 39
Boswell, Debra A. 47
Boyland, Charlotte P. 56
Boyland, Rita C. 47
Bradley, Barbara J. 12, 21, 83, 86, 89,
98, 99, 100, 142
Bradley, Betty L. 56
Brandenburg, Harold A. 12, 77, 78, 80,
85, 89, 96, 112, 119, 120, 121, 189
Brandenburg, Janet L. 47, 51, 79, 140
Bravo, Jose 58, 141
Brianes, S. 60
Bright, Adamary A. 151
Bringas Jr., Edward 134
Brock, Linda M. 47
Brooks, Kenneth S. 13, 14, 18, 73, 85,
89, 96, 99, 142, 153
Brown, Amber L. 57
Brown, Bruce E. 104
Brown, Carlos E. 47


Brown, Debra S. 58
Brown, Kathleen A. 56
Brown, Melinda A. 57
Brown, Patrice S. 56
Brown, Stephen L. 29
Burgess, Kathryn R. 39, 83, 135
Burza, John R. 13, 69, 86, 99, 100
Business Education 133
Butler, Carmen L. 39, 42, 100, 104, 105
Butler, James 28, 100, 152, 153, 191
Butler III, Thomas J. 29
Byrd, Donald P. 38, 39, 44, 90, 91
Byrd, Mary A. 60
Byrum, Robert E. 38, 39


C

"C" Club 96
Cabrera, Rosita M. 13, 104
Calderon, Luis 47
Calendar of Events 84
Cantu, David A. 13, 77, 96, 118, 119
Carey, Deborah A. 59
Carey, Harry H. 13, 18, 34, 78, 81, 96,
117, 120, 189
Carey, L'Nore P. 29, 124, 183
Caribbean Boosters 190
Caribbean Staff 92, 191
Caribe Club 100, 149
Carlisle, Catherine E. 47, 79, 82, 90,
106, 146
Carlisle, John W. 28, 29, 73, 91, 96,
100, 106, 114, 152. 153, 191
Carlo, Luis V. 29
Carrasco, Zoila I. 13, 18, 104
Carter, Daniel H. 46, 47, 114, 122
Carwithen, Edward R. 60, 135
Casasbuenas, Hernan M. 59
Cash, Carol A. 29
Cash, Mary K. 47, 107
Castro, Harry 13, 77, 88, 89, 96, 112
Castro, Raul 39, 92, 107, 118, 119
Caudill, Cheryl L. 47, 79
Caudill, Jay A. 48
Cease, Cynthia L. 39, 124
Cease, Kathy A. 48
Cedeno, Gilda R. 13, 69, 80, 81, 82, 88,
92, 93, 99, 100, 104, 189, 191
Cedeno, Leighton F. 48
Cedeno, Maria A. 28, 29, 100, 104
Cedeno, Mattews A. 29, 133
Chacon, T. 59
Cheerleaders 82
Chen, Basilio 44 183






Chen. Gerald P. 13. 1143
Cheshire. Deborah 18. 122
Chin, Daniel M. 60
Chipsen. Omar J. 11. 72. 99. 143
Chong. Albert 11, 69, 98, 99, 100, 143
Choquette. Stephen M. 60
Christian. Charlie M. 55
Christian, Debra L. 29. 35, 121
Christian, Joseph Y. 60
Christian, Patty A. 39
Christian, Rosemary 39. 124
Cimino, Elizabeth L. 59
Cintron. Robert A. 57
Clemons. Connie L. 48, 122
Clemons Jr.. Eulus C. 55
Clement. Caleb C. 40. 96. 114. 117, 122
Clinic 130
Clough. Rogelio M. 14, 18
Coffin, Gerald F. 57
Coffin, Marjorie L. 29. 122, 124
Coggins, Gail 57
Cole. Fred 40
Cole. Roberta A. 48. 51. 124
Coleman. Alexis A. 60
Coleman. Cheryl A. 48
Collazo, William 57
Collins. Gary L. 40
Collins. Mark D. 48. 79, 121
Colpe, Kathleen 57
Condon. Mary L. 148
Cooke. Adele 58, 146, 147
Cottrell. Cindy 48
Cowley. Lawrence A. 28. 142
Cox, Christophe R. 120
Cox. Jeannette R. 40. 92. 93, 102, 104.
191
Creative Arts 134. 135
Cronan, Joseph M. 29, 96, 117, 118,
119. 120
Cross. Stephen D. 29, 122
Crouch. Alice 30, 72. 134, 135
Crouch. Anne 54
Crouch. Marian 56
Crowell. D. 58
Cummings. Ivette 48. 1 ;'1
Cummings. Leland J. 58
Cummings. Richard 141
Cummings. Walter 60
Cummings, Wanda 58
Cummings. Wilfred 40
Cummings. William V. 40
Currier, Karen L. 18. 51. 79. 82.
121. 121


Daniel. Emilie P. 48, 122, 123, 134
Daniels. C. 58!
Daniels. Mario Brigitte 30. 135
I)anielsen. Kathie M. 58
Davis. Alvaro A. 14
Davis. Richard C. 48. 79
Dedeaux, Louis F. 77, 112, 114, 115.
117, 115
Deaton. Ted E. 57
Deaton Jr., William M. 48
De Jesus, Edgar 30, 120
De Jesus Jr.. Ruperto 137
De Lapp. Cyril D. 30, 72, 147
Dempsey. Glenda L. 14. 125, 134, 135
De Raps. Brian G. 58
De Raps, Kathleen A. 40, 135
Diaz, David 40
Diaz. John H. 15, 72
Diaz. Pedro 10
Dimarino. J. 60
Dockerv, Kathleen 30. 97. 121. 122.
123. 124. 125
Dohle. David P. 15
Dohle, Evangeline K. 30
Dole. Jane K. 58
Domeneck, Luis R. 30
Dominguez, Luis J. 15
Dosser, Debra F. 57
Dosser, Earl L. 90
Dosser. Sharon E. 98
Douglas. John N. 58
Dowell. Albert C. 30. 114, 117, 121
Dowell, Harry W. 55
Dramatic Club 106
Drill Team 150. 153
Duncan. Deborah L. 30, 124. 125


E

Edmondson. Nancy C. 16, 48, 72, 105.
121. 121. 139
Egger. Brenda J. 18
Egger. George E. 15. 81. 85, 96, 114
Elizondo. Laureen 30
Endara. Sheila E. 104
Ender. Joseph A. 55
Ender. Ralph 40
English 136, 137
Escribano, Ileana 48. 56
Escribano. Nelson 30. 72. 96. 114. 117.
118. 120. 121. 122. 123
Estela. Sonia I. 48
Evans. Jacqueline R. 15. 89, 152. 153


Falk. Rodnev A. 58


)amniani. Gu\ 60
184


Faris Jr.. Ernest E. 15. 108. 153
Paris. \l.ri- 0. 60
Farnsworth. Allen E. 38. 40
Fattorosi. Louis F. 136
Fattorosi. Margaret C. 144
Ferguson. Daniel W. 44
Ferguson. Robert B. 136. 189
Fernandez, Robert D. 59
Ferrel, Bruce A. 15, 18, 122
Ferrel, Clifford R. 48
Fleckenstein. Brian J. 31. 153
Fleckenstein, J. 56. 59
Flores. Wendy M. 1I. 83
Fong. Judy E. 15. 89. 97. 98, 99, 100,
104, 113, 191
Font, Aida E. 31.60
Font. Marie M. 40. 135
Font. R. 57
Ford. Jaime B. 16. 89, 104, 112, 113
Foreign Languages 138, 139
Forsythe. Edward J. 31, 68, 134
Foscalina, Michael R. 48
French Club 104
Freshman Class Officers 46
Freshman-Sophomore Brawl 79
Fudala, Ingrid 55
Fugleberg, Stephan H. 48
Funderburk. John B. 40. 114


G

Gabriel. Clifford J. 58
Gabriel, Jane E. 97. 125
Gabriel, Stephen C. 16. 78, 81, 86, 89,
96. 121
Galindo. D. 57
Gallager, Paul C. 40
Garner, Deborah A. 16, 22, 88, 90, 106
Garner. Mardette J. 48, 83, 134
Gates. Lisa J. 56. 59
Gattis, Joe T. 31. 91
Geer, Gloria J. 31. 102, 133, 134
Gegg, Anne D. 100, 104, 138
Geigel Jr.. Angel R. 55
Gentile, Ronald F. 60, 142
Gercich, Catherine A. 40
Gercich. Nina M. 56
Gewin. Jimmy 46. 48
Gibson. Brenda 41. 107, 134
Gibson. Mark 57
Gilbert. Mary E. 48
Gillespie, William A. 47, 48, 114, 134
Girls Athletic Association 97
Girls Drill Team 83
Glavas Jr.. Frank 31. 37, 191






Glidewell, Steve 57
Goebertus. Cornelius H. 57
Goguen, Gregory P. 48, 122
Goguen, Lynne E. 48
Golden, Edward N. 134
Golden, Phyllis 16, 21, 91, 108
Golden, Sharon L. 41, 134
Goldman, Henry A. 55, 59, 118, 141
Gonzales, Ann 48, 56, 82
Gonzales, E. 58
Gonzales, Mary C. 16, 56
Gonzalez, Ada 48
Gonzalez, Olga H. 58
Gonzalez, Ruth 49
Gooch, Bobbie E. 60
Gooch. Deborah E. 49, 79, 91, 106, 134
Gosney, Debbie 49, 56
Graham. Donna M. 49, 79, 106
Granadino, Ana M. 59
Gray, James R. 31, 37, 91, 100, 121,
134
Green. Daniel J. 59
Green. Michael P. 16, 96, 117, 118, 124,
144
Green, Zan W. 49
Greene, Michele E. 31, 97, 125
Greer, Barry D. 16, 121
Gregg. Eugene T. 148
Gregg. Marian L. 49, 124
Gregg, Nancy E. 60, 104
Gregory, Nancy 17, 21, 92, 93, 99, 100,
104, 191
Grier, Barbara A. 49
Griffin, Allen D. 132, 189
Grissom, Debra D. 49
Guidance 131
Gurtiza, Gay 55, 59
Gussow, Carla 49, 53, 79, 135
Gutierrez, Michael J. 17, 21
Gutierrez, Patricia 41


H

Hale, Douglas E. 31, 120
Hale, Linda 44
Hall of Fame 85
Hamilton, Francisco R. 57
Hanly, Maria L. 14, 17, 76, 80. 81, 82.
85, 97, 99, 100, 104, 133
Hanly, Mark S. 49
Hannah, John M. 40
Harden. Karan D. 57
Harmon, Allen S. 39, 41, 106
Harris, Joan F. 124, 125, 144
Harris, Thomas 60
Hartman, Barbara A. 46


Hartman. Walter 54
Hartshorn, Kimberly R. 59
Hauke, Diane F. 38, 39, 41, 45, 90, 102,
104, 106, 144
Hauke, Patricia A. 49, 91, 106, 135
Hayden, Michael J. 57
Hayden, Patricia I. 41
Heady, Brian D. 57
Heady, Joan E. 17
Heady, Paul H. 41
Hedman, Larry D. 41
Hedman, Rose M. 17
Heishman, Gale A. 49
Heishman, Robert F. 60
Helmerichs, Cinda K. 31, 83, 135
Hepner, Ralph D. 55, 134
Herborn, Peter M. 77, 112, 118, 119,
148
Heres, Isaac 41
Hermanson, Vernon R. 49
Hernandez, Raymond A. 60
Hernandez, Troy L. 60
Herrera, Anthony 41, 56
Herring, Christine A. 17
Herring, Joseph A. 49
Herring, Mark S. 41
Hess, Kathleen F. 49
Hess, Linda 60
Hickey Jr., Joseph L. 31
Hieronymus, Paul 72, 146
Highley, Federick J. 41
Hill II, Kenneth W. 49
Hill, Patricia A. 49, 83, 135
Hirons, Ann F. 31, 152, 153
Hodgson, Linda L. 56
Hogan, Patrick H. 49
Holland, Dionne M. 49, 146
Holland, Eugene C. 31, 105
Holleyman, Jeri L. 49, 79, 91, 106, 125,
134
Holloway, Jesse C. 141
Home Economics 140
Homecoming Dance 80. 81
Hood, Robin G. 41
Horn, Nancy E. 56
Housley, Jean M. 31, 33, 68, 125
Howard, Bridget C. 31
Howard, Telma R. 50, 102
Howell, Roy E. 46, 68, 142
Huebner. Karl 69, 142
Huff, Linda E. 55
Huffman, Mary F. 17
Huffman. William H. 49. 114, 117
Hughes. Barbara L. 17
Hughy. Davine 44, 134
Hull, Randolph S. 31, 96, 114, 117, 118


Huson, Linda S. 18
Huson, Nancy 41, 72, 102
Hutchinson, Scott C. 31


I

Iglesias, M1ari.-l A. 18
lilies, Stephanie B. 40, 41, 135
Ilund, June C. 49, 79, 106
Ilund, Walter L. 121
Industrial Arts 141
Irion, Brandt F. 31, 91, 96, 114, 144,
191
Irion, Eric T. 41
Irion, Leif R. 58, 189
Ivill, Barbara A. 31, 134
Ivill, Norman N. 18, 89
Izquierdo, Darryl E. 31, 37, 121, 134


J

Jacobs, Ronald 148
Jaketic, Debbie 134
Jamboree 78
Janosik, Jan 57
Jeffries, Douglas L. 49, 114, 121
Jeffries, Michael L. 120
Jefferies, Paul J. 77, 141
Jefferies, Steven M. 18, 90, 106, 118,
120, 147
Jenne, K. 59
Jimenez, Jenny 60
Jimenez, Julia E. 49
Jimenez, W. 56
Johnson, Elvira A. 32
Johnson, Gayle M. 136
Johnson, Mike 120
Johnson Jr., Hermon F. 18
Johnson. Joan 59
Johnson, William E. 42
Johnston. Joan 49
Johnston, Roger D. 49
Jones, Jo L. 18, 80, 81
Jones, Karen C. 56
Jordi, Paulette 46. 49
Junior Prom 76
Junior Class Officers 28
Junkin, Marcia A. 49, 51


K


Kattulas, l kit., G. 19. 104
Kaufer. Ana V. 68. 149
Kaufer, Sandra A. 59
Kaufman. David L. 42







Kennedy, Rhonda 48, 49, 82
Kerley, Frank L. 19, 72, 114
Kerley, Maria E. 19, 69, 80, 81, 82, 85,
89, 92, 151, 152, 189, 191
Kern, Sherry 42
Kessler, Michele 57
Kienzle, Anne R. 32, 37, 90, 91, 92, 100,
106, 191
Kilgore, Sharon L. 19, 91, 124, 125
Kingery, Anthony L. 19, 121
Kingery, Frances E. 50, 55
Kin; i In. Cristina 42
Kinglow, Estela J. 42
Klasovsky, Antonia M. 42
Knight, Kathleen 50, 135
Koslowsky, Donna J. 50
Koziol, Edwin M. 135, 191
Kredell, Marian C. 50, 51, 121, 124
Kredell, Mark J. 32, 77, 118, 119
Kredell, Thomas G. 42
Kresge, Richard A. 42
Kunkel, James 32, 91


L

Langston, Beverly J. 50
Language Lab Club 105
Lara Jr., Augusto 19
Lasher, Christian A. 57
Latorre, Haydee M. 19
Lauritzen, Ann M. 42
Lawson, Stephanie A. 19, 87
Layton, C. 57
Le Circle Francais 104
Le Doux, William E. 122
Lee, Daniel 19, 73, 89, 98, 99, 100, 104,
105, 143
Lee, Luis A. 32
Lee, Victor 60
Legrand, Evelyne M. 32, 97, 104, 105,
121,124, 125
Lemm, Germaine Y. 20, 92, 100, 104,
191
Letterman's Banquet 77
Library 132
Lindo, Rodrigo 38, 42
Link. Emma L. 42
Litton, Brent 120
Litton, Douglas B. 115, 117, 120, 145
Lloyd, A. 57
Loizeaux. Christy 46. 50, 72, 105, 122,
1314
Loizeaux. Scot H. 134
1.Ip,-i. Catherine A. 32
Lopez, Larry 133
Lopez. Louis B. 50


Love, Brian K. 60
Loyd Jr., Charles C. 32
Lund, Shelley M. 12. 79, 97
Lyman, Deborah J. 32, 122, 123
Lyman, Hila P. 32, 122, 123
Lyman, Mounyen M. 56
Lyman, Sue L. 20, 89, 122, 123, 152


M

Maeda, Dennis M. 56
Maedl, Carl F. 61, 129, 152, 189
Mahan, Cynthia L. 50
Mahan, Philip A. 20, 114, 117, 189
Mahan, Ronald L. 50, 114, 118, 119,
153
Mahan, Suzanne 50, 122, 123
Majorettes 83
Mans, Donald J. 50
Mans, Roland T. 20
Marcano, Edwin F. 58
Marcello, Elizabeth 148
Marek, Leslie L. 28, 32, 37, 73, 90, 100,
106, 149, 191
Marks, Mario N. 50
Marotta, Peter F. 20, 69, 151
Marquard, John F. 50
Marsh, Billie R. 20, 73, 76, 82, 85, 89,
92, 121, 122, 123, 125, 135, 191
Marsh, Edythe S. 57
Marsh, Ester M. 60
Martin, Franklin A. 20, 68, 87
Martin, John H. 42
Martin, S. 60
Martinez, Ivette 32
Martinez, Jaime 44
Martinez, Joseph C. 50
Martinez, Oscar 50
Mason, Emma Louise 55, 146
Mathematics 142
Math and Science Quiz 142
Matthews, William R. 55
Maxwell, Dennis P. 42, 38
Maxwell, Elena C. 56
May, Theresa K. 57
Ma\ e-. Jeannette E. 32, 33, 83
Ma~ee. Ronald G. 55
Maynard, Donna L. 57
Mazzoni, Bernard R. 142, 143
McCoy, H. 58
McCullough, Robert E. 57, 108, 148
McDonnel, Jo 130
McDonnell, Margaret S. 33
McFadden, Jimmy D. 50, 134
McFarlan, R. 57


McGilberry, Kathleen 50
McGoff, Patricia 56
McIntyre, Elicia V. 32
McLain, John D. 20, 88, 90, 100, 106,
134, 191
McLain, Judy A. 38, 42, 91, 102
McLean, Sarah L. 42, 105
McNaughton, Drummond 59
McNaughton, Elizabeth C. 56, 140
Meadows, Pamela A. 33
Meehan, Dorothy 133, 138
Meeker, Debra S. 60
Meeker, Jamie K. 20, 80, 81, 89
Meeker, III, John W. 50, 72
Meisinger, Michael J. 28, 33, 100
Mendez, Arnaldo L. 50
Menges, Judith L. 56
Merrick, Karen R. 57
Meyer, Molly 136
Miller. Linda E. 55
Miller, Robert C. 21, 114
Milligan, Kathryn M. 42
Mims, C. 59
Minehart, Daniel E. 57
Minehart, Michael I. 50
Montano, Gregorio M. 33
Moody, Barbara G. 58
Moore, Jane L. 59
Morales, Luella J. 21, 124
Morrison, Brenda K. 33, 102, 147
Mosby, Faye W. 56
Mowery, Robert L. 131
Mulcahy, Susan D. 50
Munoz, Manuel A. 50, 60
Munoz, Rosa L. 59
Myers, Edmund E. 21
Myers. Robert 43


N

Nabors, Jeanie 140
Naron, Karin S. 57
National Honor Society 98, 99
Neihardt, Nelson R. 50
Newman, Linda S. 33, 92, 132, 191
Newman, Patricia A. 33, 191
Nieves, Dionisia 33, 102, 104, 105, 134
Noli, Rogelio D. 50
Nordstrom, Robert A. 57
Norman, James D. 38, 146
Norval, Anne C. 50
Norval, Mary J. 91, 106, 135
Novak, Robert K. 33, 114, 117, 189
Nurses' Aides 102







0

Oberholtzer, Russell A. 33, 91, 105, 106,
134
Office Staff 130
Oliva, P. 60
Olivari Jr., Pedro 43
Oliver, Olga J. 21
Oliver Jr., Ricardo 33, 43
Olsen, Beverly 50, 122, 123, 134, 144
Olsen, Don 43, 45, 122, 123, 134
Olsen, S. 60
Ormsbee, Lindell E. 57
Ortiz, Carmen D. 50
Ortiz, Oscar V. 33, 114, 121, 139, 152
Ortiz, W. 60
Oster, Stanley A. 51
Otero, Arturo 55
Otero, George A. 21
Otero, Hilda I. 43


P

Pace, Calvin D. 60
Pace, Lorraine 58, 59
Paine, Patricia J. 46, 51
Pamales, R. 58
Palmer, Louise G. 51, 79, 143
Palmer, MaryAnn K. 59
Palumbo, Luke C. 77, 131, 189
Palumbo, Luke T. 147
Parker, A. 56
Parker, Marc K. 51
Parker, Jackie 51, 82
Parker, Patti G. 43, 135
Parker, Richard L. 59
Parson, Margaret A. 55
Parsons, Rodolfo 21, 107
Parsons, William L. 54
Pate, Debbie 51, 134
Patton, Neil D. 38, 41, 43, 77, 81, 96,
114, 117, 118, 119, 120
Patton, Warren C. 22, 117
Paulson, Jane M. 43
Payne, Soila R. 43, 135
Peniche, Carlos A. 58
Peniche, John M. 60
Perkins, Lawrence 133
Pfau, Grace S. 132
Pfau, James H. 129, 189
Phillips, Martha I. 56, 137
Phillips, Robert 38, 43,45
Phillips, Warren A. 58
Physical Education 144, 145
Pink Girls 102


Pinkard, Tommy 43
Pinto, Cheryl A. 22, 107, 135, 191
Plaisance, Brian C. 22, 122
Plays 90, 91
Polite, Debra E. 33, 102, 135
Pomales, Angela E. 51
Portier, Edward C. 22
Portier, Ingrid 43
Power, Rickie 43
Pritham, Robin M. 51
Pritham, Sarah L. 28, 83, 100
Prom 76
Propst, John W. 152
Pruitt, Bernard J. 60


Q

Quinones, Iris 33, 105


R

Radloff, 152
Rae, Frances A. 56
Rainey, Olen R. 22
Ramos, Hiram 57
Rawlings, Mary G. 34, 97, 121, 124,
125, 140
Rawlings, Rhonda K. 43, 83, 106, 121,
135
Rawls, Paul 56
Ray, Kathy 33
Ray, Sharon L. 33
Redman, Mary E. 34, 82
Reduga, Rita M. 57
Reed, Carmen M. 51
Reed, Helena E. 58, 133
Reeves, Charles T. 69, 108, 147
Reid, Joann E. 55
Reyes, Ana 43, 125
Reyes, Carmen M. 22
Reyes, Elide 52
Reyes, Gloria I. 43, 125
Reyes, Lourdes M. 52
Reyes, Rosa 23, 107
Rhoads, Paul A. 43
Rice, Emma R. 23, 83, 100, 143
Rice, Gloria M. 34, 83
Rice, Marlene J. 52, 124, 125
Richardson, Allan G. 60
Richardson, Brenda A. 23, 86, 98, 99,
100
Ridge, Eileen F. 28, 34, 82, 91, 92, 100,
106, 191
Ridge, Nancy A. 59, 106
Ridge, Susan J. 79, 92, 134, 191
Riefkohl, Stella 138


Ripg,. Gary A. 52
Rios, Alma L. 43, 45, 135
Rios, Vilma 52
Rivera, Carmen M. 34, 44, 56, 125, 135
Rivera, Daniel 52, 133
Rivera, Evelyn J. 46, 52
Rivera, Jinx 52, 125, 135
Rivera, Jose A. 44, 112
Rivera, Laura J. 55
Rivera, Mildred M. 44
Rivera, Paul V. 55
Rivera, Sonia 72, 102
Roach, Anna M. 52
Roach, Carol Ann 60
Roach, Sharon Y. 59
Robbins, Mark 34
Robertson, Gary E. 28, 34, 72, 100, 189,
191
Robertson. George D. 34, 40, 72, 121,
153
Robertson, Raymond C. 60
Robinson, Eudoxia M. 52, 79
Robinson, Julie A. 58
Robles, Edna E. 52
Robson, Patti L. 34, 140
Rodriguez, Nestor 44
Rodriguez, Patricia M. 59
Rodriguez Jr., Pedro J. 60
Roman, Fabian 44
Roman, Jose 52, 134
Romero, Virginia 44
Rosania, Enrique A. 23, 89, 100, 105
Ross, Carol A. 52
R.O.T.C. 150, 151, 152, 153
Roura, Duilio 44
Rowley, Deborah L. 124, 125
Rozmeski, Joseph J. 52, 114
Ruiz, Isaac A. 60
Ruoff, Regena 57
Russon Jr., Wallace F. 44, 96, 112, 114,
117


S

Safety Club 108
Saltz, Clark S. 114
Sanchez, Sandra R. 58
Santiago, Dolores 52
Santiago, Lydia I. 38, 43, 44, 90, 91,
105, 107, 134
Santiago Jr., William 57
Sapp, Fredrick A. 52, 137
Sasso, Mar) A. 23
Sayoc, Gaspar L. 134
Schibe, Gary C. 52
Schibe, George R. 44
Scott, Frank N. 52 18







Selstad, Lynn A. 44, 122
Senior Summaries 156
Shannon, J. 56
Sharick, Earl C. 132, 189
Sharpe, S. 59
Shirley, Donald R. 52
Shobe, Stephen S. 52, 122, 123
Short, Odus J. 34
Short, Robin L. 56
Shuford, Magari B, 23
Shuford Jr., Perry L. 153
Showalter, Peter 44, 153
Siebrands, Ann 90, 91, 106, 137
Simmons, Elizabeth 58
Simmons, Judith 122, 123
Smith, Dorothy H. 137
Smith, Edith A. 33, 34
Smith, Jean A. 52, 72, 97, 124, 125
Smith, Kaye 23
Smith, Ronnie 23, 78, 82, 117, 120
Smith, Sharon A. 52
Smith, Theresa A. 28, 34
Snider, Michael L. 52, 121
Snider, Patricia M. 55
Social Science 148, 149
Solomon, Janet L. 52, 72, 135
Sophomore Class Officers 38
Soukup, Deporah L. 55
Southerland, Reggie 52
Southerland, Tommy D. 35, 93, 191
Soyster, Diane 44, 122
Spagna, Matt 52, 79
Spagna, Michael J. 53, 114, 122, 123
Special Education 132, 133
Spilling, Robert B. 35
Spivey, Mary E. 59
Springer, Michael A. 24, 114, 117
Springer, Vicki E. 35
Springer, Jackie 44, 83, 100
Stanbridge, Marcella J. 35, 107, 135
Stearns, James E. 105, 138
Stern, Robert E. 60
Stevens, Delorita 130
Stevens, Douglas R. 55, 105
Stiebritz, Alice A. 58
Stiebritz, Sylvia C. 24
Stover, Joachim 44
Strube, Rhonda E. 58
Stuart, James H. 35, 121
Studebaker, Deborah L. 55
Studebaker, Harry D. 59
Studebaker, Marilyn J. 55
Student Association 72, 73
Suarez. Maritza 53
Swain. Peter R. 53, 122, 123, 134
Swain. Richard B. 18, 24, 114, 134, 191
Sweeney. Heidi S. 46, 53. 79, 122, 123,
134
188


Taake, Edward A. 35
Taylor, Marion B. 130
Teague, Pamela K. 53, 140
Terlaje, Leonard 137
Terwilliger, Catherine C. 48, 52, 53, 79,
134
Terwilliger, Dorothy A. 47, 53, 79, 134
Teves, David K. 44, 56
Teves, Ehukai J. 53
Teves, Puuloa M. 53, 72
Thespian Play 90, 91
Thespians 106
Thomas, Eligio F. 44
Thomas, Leon E. 55
Thomas, Loisa M. 53, 79, 91
Thomas, Rosetta 56
Tipton, Beverly J. 79
Tomlinson, Judith A. 59
Torstenson, Carol V. 35, 122, 124, 134
Townsend, Harry E. 53
Treff, Gaye 121, 135
Tschumy, Robert L. 53, 60
Tuck, Robert J. 53, 134
Turley, Kim 35, 97, 125
Tweedy, Danny 44, 72
"21" Club 101


U

Ubben, Ramon D. 57
Underclassmen 26


V

Valdez, Lewis E. 44
Valencia, Jose F. 44
Valentine, Daniel P. 44, 114, 134
Valentine, Donna J. 36, 72
Valentine, J. 56, 57
Valentini, Gerald E. 58
Valentini, Richard D. 53
Valentini, Allen 117, 120
Valentini, William A. 36
Vamprine, Sylvia A. 44, 134
Vamprine, Jr., Walter A. 24, 96, 117
Varnes, Virginia A. 59
Vaught, Linda S. 36, 92, 191
Vela, Diane 44
Vela, G. 57
Vela, Robert 44
Velez, R. 58
Velez, Wanda X. 55
Vernon, Humberto R. 25, 112, 113
Vickroy, Dianne L. 55
Villahermosa, Jose A. 57


Villahermosa, Miguel A. 53
Voice of Democracy Contest 37
Vollman, David 57
Von Woudenberg, F. 60


W

Waggoner, Karen 36, 107
Waggoner, Robert 44
Wat-r-ner, Steve 55
Wainio, Elizabeth A. 56
Wainio Jr.. Fredrick J. 57
Walker, Cynthia M. 53
Walker, Eunice 53, 106, 135
Walker, Glenn E. 134
Walker, Harold R. 24, 126
Walker, Michael R. 36
Wallenius, Thomas K. 44
Walton, Cynthia F. 58
Walton, Gary I. 36
Walton, Sharon K. 56
Ward, Denise 28
Ward, Margery E. 24
Washabaugh, James P. 36
Watson, Caryn L. 25
Webster, Edwin T. 36
Webster, Richard W. 53, 46
Weigle, Gerald E. 25, 78, 81, 96, 112,
117, 120, 141
Weiselogel, Wayne 44
Wertz, Carol L. 125, 140
West, Leonard L. 41, 44
West, Wayne W. 108
Westerberg, Karen 44, 100, 122
Wheeler, Franje M. 25, 78, 86, 135
Wilder, Barbara P. 36, 83, 125
Wilkinson, Betty M. 25, 124
Wilkinson, Stephen J. 36
Will, Gary J. 25, 86, 144
Williams, Aurelia E. 79, 124, 125, 135
Williams, Ronald A. 53
Williamson, L. 57
Willis, Susan D. 60
Wilmont, Margarita E. 59
Winkeller, Peter D. 35
Wirtz, Jenny M. 44
Wong, Luis E. 35
Workman, Chris J. 35
Workman, Dita M. 35, 83, 125
Worthen, Ann 53
Wright, Susan M. 58
Wynn, Gloria A. 53. 135


Z

Zachry Jr., Ralph W. 58
Zachry, Susann L. 53
Zizic, John 25, 118






CANDIDS


Mr. Maedl, Hap Brandenburg, Hilda Cedeno, Maria Kerley, and Harry Carey.


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Mr. Sharick and Leif Irion


Mr. Griffin


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Mr. Palumbo, Phil Mahan, Robert Novak, Harry Carey, Mr. Ferguson, and
Gary Robertson


Mr. Pfau


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Acolta, Maj. and Mrs. Carlos E.
Agee, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Agee, Lt. and Mrs. Robert
Alcala, Mr. and Mrs. Jose
Alford, Providence
Allan, Dorothy L.
Anderson, Mrs.
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Don



Bailey, Captain and Mrs.
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.
Barraza, Jaime
Batchleor, Geraldine
Beach, Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Belcher, Stena
Belgrave, Sgt. and Mrs.
Berry, Margaret A.
Blair, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.
Borero, Mrs. Miquel A.
Boyland, June S.
Bravo, German
Bravo, Kathleen
Bravo, Margie
Bravo, Teresa
Brock, Mrs. Glen
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Allen S.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E.
Brown, Charles and Nancy
Brown, SFC and Mrs. John H.
Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Larry



Calvin, Kurt
Candal, Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. A.
Canion, Maria A.
Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Carter, Tim and Anna
Caselli, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Cash, William T.
Cease. Sgt. and Mrs. Donald P.
Chason, LTC and Mrs.
Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jr.
Chenoweth, Sgt. George D.
Chlebowski, Maj. Eugene T.
Christian, T. B. Jr.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Jr.
Clayton, Mrs. H. P.
Coleman, MSgt. and Mrs. William H.
Colliner, Mrs. Alicia
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jr.
Collazo, Mr. and Mrs. William
Conner, Olevia
Cross, Col. and Mrs. Richard E.
Curtis, Mrs. Richard L.



Damiani, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Daniel, Herman L.
Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Deas, Sgt. and Mrs. Jack D.
Dedeaux, Coach and Mrs.
Dedeaux, Jon Louis
Des Londes, Mr. James
De Voll, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Dixon, Mr. and Mrs.
Dominic, Fr. Joseph
Donatelli, Captain Frank
Dorothy and Smitty



Englett, Mrs. Frank A.
Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Les H.
Estella, Mrs. Jenny
Evans, R. T.


Fabian, SP/5 and Mrs. Joel
Fain, Harold
Faris, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Fattorosi, June
Ferror, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert K.
Flora, Rev. and Mrs. Dean L.
Flores, Mr. and Mrs. George
Fong, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Humberto
Forrest, Mr.
Frank, Maj. Gordon B.
French, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
French, Mr. and Mrs. Willard F.
Fudala, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Fuller, SFC and Mrs. Hugh V.


Gadbois, Kathy
Gattis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Gavin, Lt. Thames N.
Geddes, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Geigel, Angel R.
Gibson, Captain Herbert III
Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Gillis, Mr. and Ms. G. T.
Gomer, SFC David E.
Gonzalez, Mrs. Jose R.
Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Roger A:
Green, Kiyoko
Griffon, Hollis
Grissom, Mrs. Betty
Gulledge, Theodore A.
Gutierrez, Jess C.



Hadarits, Mr. and Mrs.
Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jr.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jr.
Harris, Tom and Lou
Hazels, Dave and Jeanie
Helmericks, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Herborn, Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Hicky, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.
Hirsch, Maj. Edward H.
Hogan, SFC and Mrs. John
Hotz, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Howell, R. E.
Husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert



Iglesias, Maj. Hector N.
Illund. Mr. and Mrs. Walter I.
Isquiedo, Osraldo, A.



Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Jackson, Mrs. Caralise
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Johnson, H. N.



Katsumato, Getsuko
Kennedy, SFC and Mrs. Billy E.
Kienzle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.
King, Col. and Mrs. James H.
Kingsley, Pat and Maria
Koslowsky, Msqt. and Mrs. D. O.



Langston, Msqt. and Mrs. William G.
Lantz, Lon and Shelia
Largent, L. L.
Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Colin
Lush, Sgt.M and Mrs. D. A.
Lynch, Ist Lt. William 0.



Mahan, Mrs. James


Maldo, Dennis
Marquez, Mr. and Mrs. Trinidad Jr.
Mate, Captain and Mrs. Robert
McLaughlin, A. J. Jr.
Merilos, Virginia C.
Meehan, Cpt. and Mrs.
Meyer, Edmund
Miller, Roy E.
Misenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jr.
Moochler, Earl and Karen
Moon, Sgt. and Mrs. E. L.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mott, Msgt. and Mrs. William A.


Negron, Emerita A.
Niccum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Nickel, M. B.
Nye, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.


Ortiz, CSM and Mrs. Jose F.
Oyster, T.


Parson, Margaret
Pate, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Phillips, Mrs. Dale
Plaisance, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Pinto, Mr. and Mrs. Errol


Quinones, Captain and Mrs.


Ragan, Joyce
Ramirez, Mrs.
Reduga, Rita
Rhodes, D. S.
Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Ridmond, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D.
Rivera, Mrs. Maria
Roeh, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Robertson, R. R.
Roth, Mr. and Mrs. George
Rule, Mrs.
Ruoff, J. M.


Santiago, Ist Sgt. Juan E.
Sayoc, R.
Severance, Mr. and Mrs.
Shea, Mrs. Janet
Snow, Dr. Dale
St. Laurent, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H.
Swain, Captain and Mrs. R. H.


Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L.
Thompson, Paul F.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
Thornton, Carol
Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. James


Vache, Mr. and Mrs.
Vandergrift, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Vasquez, Mrs. Nanette
Velez, Renido
Virtue, Eiko


Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Lee E.
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Murry C.
Weiselogel, Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Wilkinson, SFC and Mrs. Jerold
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. James
Wrenn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl W.









With desk tops piled with rough drafts, photographs, and
piecemeal bits of copy, the yearbook staff room has pre-
sented an intriguing problem to students at CHS. As stu-
dents pass room 246, they hear strange pieces of conversa-
tion that seem to indicate the presence of a near lunatic. "But
the dummy isn't here," "The blankety-blank copy sheet
won't go in the typewriter," "Where-Is ... The ... Tiger
... Paw?" Curious about the evident state of mind of the
overworked staff members, the brave enter, and soon wish
they were not quite so brave. Confronted by a curt "And
what do you want?" the interloper either mumbles inco-
herently and sidles out the door or signs his own death
warrant by saying that he wants to see the pictures. He
is told that he can see them-in May, when the yearbook
comes out, so GET OUT! All this, of course, in accompani-
ment to the incessant yelling of the editors and the sponsor.
Once the important work of shooing out unwanted visitors
is over, the staff can settle down to the seemingly super-
human pace of meeting deadlines. Interrogated by an irate
editor or sponsor, the staff member plaintively excuses him-
self: "But I haven't any pictures." Despite the chaos and
the appearance of a hurricane-flattened mess, room 246
has produced the 1969 Caribbean, the best yet.
At this time we would like to thank all who gave so
generously of their time and money, so that this will be
a success: Mr. Koziol, for all the leisure time he spent
supervising the publication; the hardworking, loyal staff;
and last but not least, the teachers who were thoughtful and
lenient enough to excuse staff members when a deadline
was uncomfortably near, or when pictures were being taken.


Anne and Nancy



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Gary Robertson designs a layout for a division page.







CARIBBEAN STAFF
Editors .................... Anne Kienzle
Nancy Gregory
Copy .................... Gary Robertson
Jim Butler
Activities .................. Eileen Ridge
Advertising ............. Germaine Lemm
Cheryl Pinto
Clubs ...................... Leslie Marek
Faculty .................... Linda Vaught
Freshmen .................... Susan Ridge
Juniors .................... Frank Glavas
Linda Newman
Seniors ...................... Judy Fong
Maria Kerley
Gilda Cedeno
Sophomores ................ Jeanette Cox
Lana Boone
Sports .................... Brandt Irion
Billie Marsh
Bodie Swain
Student Life ................ John Carlisle
Doug McLain
Photographers ........ Tommy Southerland
Pat Newman
Richard Webster
Daniel Valentine


Mr. Koziol explains a layout with Linda Newman, junior co-editor.




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Curriculum 126



Senior Index 154



Advertising 166








TIGERS

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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:
Happiness, fear, friendship, disappointment.







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FLEETING IMPRESSIONS LEAVE




THEIR IMPRINT ON STUDENTS' MINDS














SENIORS




CECILIA C. ALBERCA
KISHU S. ASSANDAS



STEPHEN GRAHAM ALLEN
LUCINDA BARRAGAN G.



SENIORS
ACADEM




JAY H. BENSEN



BARBARA JANET BRADLEY



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ROBERT GLENN BEALL
DONALD KAY BENSEN
HAROLD A. BRANDENBURG. JR.



12



TACKLE NEW
C YEAR




ROSITA M. CABRERA T.
ZOILA ITZEL CARRASCO
HARRY CASTRO Z.



G1LDA R. CEDENO



GERALD CHEN



13



FIRST PEP RALLY




Welcoming the mighty Seniors for the new
football season is Ken Brooks.





14



OMARJOSK CHII'SEN J.
RICH \HI) CI M.MINGS



ALBERTO CHONi;
ALVARO DAVIS



ROGEI.IO CLOUGH

GLENDA JEANNETTE DE.MPSEY



RENEWS TIGER SPIRIT



"Gee, that's how we feel, too. Without this great
support coming from the enthusiastic Senior
section we wouldn't have won." says Mari Hank.




LUIS J. DOMINGUEZ
ERNEST E. FARIS, JR.



JOHN H. DIAZ

GEORGE EDWARD EGGER

BRUCE EERREI.



DAVID DOHLE
JACQUELINE ROSE EVANS
JUDY ELIZABETH FONG



15



% SCHOOL



No one can say these Senior
legs are not pretty. Guess
whose?





JIMMY FORD
DEBORAH ANN GARNER



SENIORS SEE THEIR



16



I'm LLIS-JEAN GOLDEN

\l MO CAROLYN GONZALES



MICHAEL CREEN



BARRY DEAN GREER III




NANCY GREGORY
MICHAEL GUTIERREZ



MARIA LYDIA HANLY



LAST FOOTBALL GAME






CHRISTINE ANNE HERRING



MARY F. HUFFMAN



in \\ ELIZABETH HEADY
ROSE MARIE HEDMAN
BARBARA HI IGHES 17



LONG TASK OF SELECT




"Wr 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.




LINDA SUE HUSON
STEPHEN M.JEFFRIES



MARVEL A. IGLESIAS
HERMON V. JOHNSON. JR.



NORMAN N. IVILL
JO LYNN JONES



ING COLLEGES BEGINS




MARIA ELENA KERLEY
AUGUSTO LARA, JR.
DANIEL LEE



SHARON LUCILLE KILGORE
HAYDEE M. LATORRE



ANTHONY LEE KINGERY
STEPHANIE ANNE LAWSON



19




GERMAINE YVONNE LEMM



SUSAN LORAINE LYMAN



PHILIP ALAN MAHAN



SEMESTER EXAMS MARK
HALFWAY POINT




20



ROLAND THOMAS 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
0. JOSEPHINE OLIVER



LUELLA J. MORALES
GEORGE OTERO



EDMUND EUGENE MYERS
RODOLFO PARSONS



21




WARREN CLARET PATTON
EDWARD CHARLES PORTIER



CHERYL ANN PINTO
OLIN RANDY RAINEY



BRIAN CAMERON PLAISANCE
CARMEN MARIA REYES



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22



Preparing for the rule in the play, "The Curious Savage," Dehhic Garner transforms
hersell into the characterization of Mr-. Ethel Savage.



SENIORS

FALL

PRODUC




ROSA LYDIA REYES
ENRIQUE ROSANIA



APPLAUD

DRAMA

TION



E. RACHEL RICE
MARY ANN SASSO
KA'iE SMITH



BRENDA ANN RICHARDSON
MARCARI SHIKORD
RON \I.D SMITH



23





Signalling out their year of perform-
ance, the mighty Senior Class prepare
to look ahead into the future.



THEN BEFORE YOU KNOW IT,

THEN BEFORE YOU ARE READY,
IT'S HERE GRADUATION




MICHAEL ALTON SPRINGER
RICHARD BOODE SWAIN
WALTER ANTHONY VAMPRINE



SYLVIA CLARISSA STIEBIRTZ
HAROLD RONALD WALKER



MARJORY ELAINE WARD



BETTY MARIE WILKINSON



RONNIE VERNON
GERALD EUGENE WEICLE
CARY JOHN WILL



CARYN LYNN WATSON
FRANJE MARIE WHEELER
JOHN ZDRAVKO ZIZIC



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25




26






UNDERCLASSMEN




CLASS OFFICERS: Terri Smith, Jimmy Butler, Sarah Pritham.
and Michael Meisinger.



The Junior Class this year consists of 69 girls
and 65 hoys. 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.



CHOOSING CLASS

RINGS AND

EXCITEMENT OF

PROM HIGHLIGHT

JUNIOR YEAR




28



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CLASS SPONSOR, Mr. Cowley.




Charlene Alberga
Mitchell Blancliette



Daryn Barger
Richard Bock



Donna Barger
Bruce Brown



Barbara Basset
Steve Brown



Sharon Bliss
James Butler




L'Nore Carey
Carol Cash



John Carlisle
Deborah Christian



Luis Carlo
Marjorie Coffin



Maria Cedeno
Joe Cronan



Matthews Cedeno
Steve Cross



29




Alice Crouch
Evangeline Dohle



Brigitte Daniels
Luis Dominico





The Favorite Junior



Allien Dowell

Laureen Elizondo



Debbie Duncan
Nelson Escrihano



30




Edward Forsythe
Gloria Geer



Brian Fleckenstein
Frank Glavas II



Aida Font
James Gray



Joe Gattis
Douglas Hale



Michele Greene
Cinda Helmerichs




Joseph Hirkey Jr.
Randolph Hull



Ann Hirons
Scott Hutchinson



Eugene Holland
lirandt Irinn



Jean Housley
Barhara Ivill



Bridget Howard
Darryl Izquierdo



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Catherine Lopez
Margaret McDonnell



Jrunnrtti' \Iil\rS



Alicia Mclntyre



Ivette Martinez



Sue Lyman
Leslie Marek



32




Linda Newman
Dionesia Nieves



GIRLS OF THE FOURTH PERIOD
First row: Jean Housley, Jeannette Mayes, and Edith Smith. Second row
Sharon Ray and Margaret McDonald.





Robert Novak
Iris Quinunes



Russell Oherholtzer



Ricardo Oliver



Oscar Ortiz



Debra Polite
Sharon Ray



33




Mary Rawlings
Da\id Robertson



Mary Redman
Gary Robertson



Mark Robbins
Carmen Rivera



Gloria Rice
Odus Short



Eileen Ridge
Edith Smith




Patricia Robson



Terry Smith




Harry Carey and Eileen Ridge doing the cheers for the homecoming.



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Tommy Southerland



Robert Spilling



Vicki Springer



James Stuart



Marcella Stanbridge




Edward Taake
Carol Torstenson




Mr. Gregg's History class watch a film.




Peter Winkeller



Louis Wong



Chris Workman



Dita Workman



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Donna Valentine
Gary Walton



William Valentine
James Washabaugh



Linda Vaught
Edwin Webster



Karen Waggoner
Barbara Wilder



Michael Walker
Steve Wilkinson



JUNIORS ARE PROUD OF C.H.S.




Eileen is a hard worker.



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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.



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SOPHOMORE

CLASS

CONTAINS

OUTSTANDING

INDIVIDUALS



CLASS OFFICERS: Rodrigo Lindo, secretary-treasurer; Dennis Maxwell, president;
AlLn 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
Hila Lyman.

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.







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Patrick

Allickson
Jay

Alonis
Julio

Aponte
Patricia

Austin
Robert

Ban-




Robert

Byruni
Raul

Castrn
Cynthia

Cease
Patty

Christian
Rosemary

Christian



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Kathleen
DeRapa

David

Diaz.



Pedro
Diaz

Ralph
Endei




Caleb
Clement

Fred
Cole

(.jr>
Collin?



Jeannette

Cox
Wilfred

Cummings
William

Cummingfl



A ll.n
Farnsworth

Wcn.lv

Flores
Maria

Font



J. .tm

Funderburk
Paul

to] lager

Catherine

Gercich




Stephanie lilies, Elizabeth Blevins. eonard West, Neil Patton, Jean Bassett

SOPHOMORES HARD AT WORK
ON FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL



Brenda
Gibson

Sharon
Golden

Patricia
Gutiern



John

Hannah
Allen

Harmon
Diane

Hauke



Mark

Herring
Frederick

Highley
Robin

Hood



Nancy

Huaon

Stephanie

(111.-,
Eric
Irion




Patricia
Havilei

Paul
Heady



Isaac

Hens
Anthony

Hcrnra




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NURSE'S

AIDE

INITIATE

DEMONSTRATES

HOW
MONKEY

ACTS



William
Johnson

David
Kaufman

Sherry
Kern



Cristina
Kinglow

Estela
Kinglow

Antonia
Klasovsky



Thomas
Kredell

Richard
Kresge

Ann

Lauritzsen





Rodrigo
Lindo

Emma
Link

Shelley-
Lund



Hila

Lyman
John

Martin
Dennis

Maxwell



Judy

McLain
Sarah

McLean
Kathryn

Milligan




Carmen Butler



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Robert

Myers
Pedro

Olivari Jr.
Ricardo

Oliver



Don

Olsen
Hilda

Otero
Patti

Parker



Neil

Patton

Jane

Paulson
Soila

Payne




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"I refuse to smile because I wasn't a member
of the group with 32% fewer cavites," quips
Lydia Santiago.



ACTING

TALENT

DISCOVERED

IN

SOPHOMORE

CLASS



Robert

Phillips
Tommy

Pinkard
Ingrid

Portier



Rickie

Power
Rhonda

Rawlings
Ana

Reyes



Gloria
Reyes

Paul
Rhoads

Alma
Rios




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Carmen

Rivera
Mildred

Rivera
Jose

Rivera Jr.
Fabian

Roir.an
Virginia

Romero



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Sophomores not pictured are:
Donald Byrd, Basilio Chen,
Daniel Ferguson, Linda Hale,
Davine Hughy, Francisco Jim-
enez, Jaime Martinez, Nestor
Rodriguez, Duilio Roura,
Lynn Selstad, David Teves,
Robert Vela, Robert Wag-
goner, and Leonard West.



Thomas

Wallenius
Wayne

Weiselogel
Karen

Westerberg
Jenny

Wirtz




Don Olsen tries his last attempt in breaking the
camera.



"Did I do right, or wrong?"
wonders Diane Hauke.






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
geometry.



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FRESHMEN

WIN
FRESHMAN-
SOPHOMORE
BRAWL



CLASS OFFICERS: Nancy Edmondson, Secretary-Treasurer; Patti Paine, President;
Richard Webster, Vice-President.



WT*



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
as Secretary-Treasurer.

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
'72'."

The Freshmen seem to be off to a good start in High
School, both in the academic field and extracurricular ac-
tivities. Those attaining high honors for the first semester
are Jimmy Barraza, Jimmy Gewin, Barbara Hartman, Paul-
ette Jordi, Christy Loizeaux, Evelyn Rivera, and Heidi
Sweeney.

Dan Carter was the only freshman initiated into the "C"
Club.




MR. HOWELL, the class sponsor



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"What's so funny?" Asks Ann. Ann Gon-
zales, Gerri Blanchette, Cathy Terwilliger,
Karen Currier, Rhonda Kennedy.



FRESHMEN




Jay Caudill
Debbie Cheshire



Kathy Cease
Connie Clemons



Leighton Cedeno
Titi Cole




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Cheryl Coleman


Mark Collins


Cindy Cottrell


Ivette Cummings


Karen Currier


Emilie Daniels


Rick Davis


Billy Deaton


Sharon Dosser


Nancy Edmondson


Brenda Egger


Ueana Escribano


Sonia Estella


Clifford Ferrel


Mike Foscalina


Stephen Fugleberg


Mardette Garner


Mary Gilbert


Billy Gillespie


Jimmy Gewin


Lynn Goguen


Greg Goguen


Ann Gonzales


Ada Gonzalez



TOTAL 196 STUDENTS




Ruth Gonzalez
Barbara Grier
Gale Heishman
Terry Hqgan
Julia Jimenez



Debra Gooch
Debra Grissom
Joe Herring
Dionne Holland
John Johnston



Debra Gosney
Carla Gussow
Vernon Hermanson
Jeri Holleyman
Roger Johnston



Donna Graham
Mark Hanly
Kathy Hess
Will Huffman
Paulette Jordi



Zan Green
Pat Hauke
Ken Hill
June Ilund
Mareia Junkin



Lynn Gregg
Larry Hedman
Patty Hill
Doug Jefferies
Rhonda Kennedy



Not pictured:



Ernest Abresch
Barbara Hartman
John Iburra
Ana Jimenez



Patrick Martin
Mike McCann
Julio McGruder
Ralph Richmond



Susan Ridge
Bill Sasso
Benjamin Vasquez
Glenn Walker



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Billy LeDoux
Donald Mans
John Marquard



Joe Martinez
Jimmy McFadden
Manuel Munoz



Oscar Martinez
Susan Mulcahy
Carmen Ortiz




Members of the Freshman Class study with Mrs. Howard.

Katie McGilberry John Meeker Arnaldo Mendez Mike Minehart

Nelson Neihardt Rogelio Noli Mary Norval Beverly Olsen




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Stanley Oster Patti Pair



Louise Palmer



Marc Parker Jackie Parker Debbie Pate



FRESHMEN DOMINATE
TIGER SPIRIT







Angela Pomales
Robin Pritham
Evelyn Ramos
Carmen Reed




Freshman-Sophomore Brawl ends in Freshman victory.



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Smiling fre.=hmen pose for photographer. Titi Cole, Marian Kredell, Nancy Edmondson, Janet
Brandenburg, Marcia Junkin, and Karen Currier.

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FRESHMEN




Lourdes Reyes
Gary Riggs
Evelyn Rivera
Eudoxia Robinson
Jose Roman
Nick Scott



Elide Reyes
Vilma Rios
Jinx Rivera
Nadia Robles
Joe Rosmeski
Donald Shirley



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Dolores Santiago
Jean Smith
Janet Solomon



Ricky Sapp
Sharon Smith
Reggie Southerland



Gary Scheibe
Mike Snider
Matt Spagna




Mike Spagna Maritza Suarez Peter Swain Heidi Sweeney p am Teague Cathy Terwilliger

Ann Terwilliger Eliukai Teves Puuloa Teves Maritza Thomas Harry Townsend Robert Tschumy



TAKE JUDO LESSONS




Robert Tuck Ricky Valentini Miguel Villahermosa Gloria Wynn

Cindy Walker Cricket Walker Richard Webster

Carol Wertz Aurilia Williams Ronnie Williams

Mike Woods Ricky Winkeller Ann Worthen



Susan Zachary



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7th GRADERS ADJUST TO NEW SCHEDULES



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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, 0. 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, I). Martinez, D. McNaughton, M. Blake, T. Wright, K. Marohl, L.
Mitchell, Mr. Jacobs.



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HOMEROOM 304 W. Velez, D. Vickroy, G. Gurtiza, G. Belgrave, D. Studehaker, M. Studehaker. R. Benson, S. Aponte, R. Matthews,
P. Rivera, H. Goldman, F. Kinglow, S. Waggoner, A. Otero, R. Bock, Mr. Berger.




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HOMEROOM 347 L. Miller, M. Parson, P. Allickson, E. Clemons, L. Ri\era, D. Soukup. I. Fudala, L. Huff, R. Mayes, Mrs. Mason,
W. Dowell, L. Thomas, J. Ender, A. Geigel, J. Reid, R. Hepner, P. Snider, C. Christian.



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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.



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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. Wright, L. Cummings, W. Cummings,
B. Moody, B. DeRaps, E. Gonzalez, J. Bravp, C. Daniels, W.
Phillips, and O. Gonzalez.




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NEW METHODS




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.



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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. Stearns, 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, G 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.



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JR. HIGH ACTIVITIES PARALLEL
SR. HIGH ACTIVITIES




BAND




BOOKS




FOOD COLLECTIONS




AND CHATS WITH MR. MAEDL.



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STUDENT
LIFE



ALL IS CALM



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 .



STUDENT LIFE






THEN THE BELL RINGS



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THE MANY FACES OF C.H.S. .




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.




Alright, I know you have those speakers
somewhere.



Was this trip really necessary?




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. SHOW OUR TIGER SPIRIT






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STUDENTS WORK ON STUDIES .




Ed Forsythe and Jim Wa^-habaugh use the card index.




Franklin Martin and Jean Housely




Mr. Howell's 4th period class study math.




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Vicki Kaufer makes a



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speech in English class.




Gilda Cedeno, Pete Marotta, and Maria Kerley participate in
debate.




Mr. Reeves watches John Burza explain the astronauts' flight around
the moon to Karl Huehner and Albert Chong.



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. . AND OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES .










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. . AND RELAX?




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OUR S. A.



FROM CAMPAIGN




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B.F6Hf y
Up'

KEN

brooks!



Sl^A PKES.



HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES-Fronr row: John Meeker. Frank Kerley. Nelson
Escnbano, Davy Roberlson, Omar Chipsen, Gary Roberlson, Puuloa Teves. Second row:
Eli Blevins. 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.





TO PRACTICE .



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Left: SA OFFICERS Daniel Lee, treasurer; Ken
Brooks, president; John Carlisle, vice-president;
Leslie Marek, secretary.





WORKED FOR YOU.



SA SPONSOR-Mr. Hieronyn



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ACTIVITIES



CHRISTINA BAAS REIGNS
OVER PROM




Mari Hanly presents Billie Marsh with
a bouquet.



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Welcome to "A Taste of Honey"



Smile, you're on Candid Camera!





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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 Q uee ri- The giant bees and flowers
looked on as the queen and her court danced
to the music of Nacho Molino 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

HONORED

AT BANQUET



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
Mrs. Jeffries.



COACH LITTON





COACH HERBORN



COACH AND
MRS. DEDEAUX



p" .UT UU..U




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VICTORY BELL RINGS PROCLAIMING

TIGER VICTORY



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
20, 1968.

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 widi 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.




At the Jamboree pep assembly are Harry Carey, Janet Hunt, Jerry Weigle,
Hap Brandenburg, Marie Wheeler, Steve Gabriel, Steve Allen, Sue Ward,
Ronnie Smith.



Smiling radiantly before the game is
Queen Marie 1.




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Now don't push, girls!




Muddy is not the word for it.




FRESHMEN
DEFEAT
SOPHOMORES IN
SOPHOMORE-
FRESHMAN
BRAWL

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.




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ALUMNI HONORED AT
HOMECOMING DANCE




Queen Marie 1 escorted by Hap Brandenburg.



A successlul 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
the Fumble.

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
of Victories.



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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.




I 1 1 II Will MiWi IWi III

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.




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PEPPY CHEERLEADERS CHEER TEAM ON




Handicapped by unusually heavy rains this
season, the cheerleaders have shown the usual
exuberant spirit in cheering the Tigers on to
a good season. With original pep assemblies
and class competition, the cheerleaders, Gilda
Cedeno, Mari Hanly (captain), Rhonda Ken-
nedy, Maria Kerley, Shelley Lund, Billie
Marsh, Mary Redman, and Eileen Ridge, have
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
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
Ridge.




Two Tigers, Steve Allen and Ronnie Smith
have joined the cheerleaders in leading a
pep assembly.




"You got to go, you got to fight," shouts Shelley Lund
and Rhonda Kennedy during a football game.




Mud and rain do not dampen
the cheerleaders' spirit.



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Performing at ROTC Reviews and some interscholastic
sport performances are only a small part in the life of the
Cristobal High School Girls' Drill Team. With Dita Work-
man as their commander and Mrs. Phillips as their spon-
sor, the girls have worked out original routines. In their
sharp, new uniforms and day dresses, the girls have become
an important asset of Cristobal 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.



FORWARD MARCH!




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.



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August 27, 1968-
School starts



SEPTEMBER



11 Inaugural Assembly for SA
officers

20 Football Jamboree

27 Football BHS vs CHS



OCTOBER



4 Football CZC vs CHS

15 PSAT Test

18 Homecoming Game BHS vs CHS

19 Homecoming Dance

25 END OF FIRST MARKING
PERIOD

28 ROTC battalion review



DECEMBER



7 SAT and CEEB tests

13 ROTC Brigade review

14-ACT Test

Senior Christmas Formal

19 Christmas Concert



JANUARY



11 SAT test

END OF FIRST SEMESTER
27 ROTC Battalion review

31 Feb. 1 Balboa Relays



MARCH



1 SAT and CEEB tests

7-8 Thespian play

14 END OF THIRD MARKING
PERIOD

17 ROTC battalion review

19 Spring Music Concert
Student Teaching Day

28 ROTC Field Night



APRIL



24 Campaign Assembly and
elections for SA
officers

26 ACT test

Junior Senior Prom

30 Awards Assembly
Community



NOVEMBER



1 Football CHS vs CZC

6 Palm Bowl Game

10-16 American Education Week

12 National Honor Society
Assembly

15-16 Thespian play



FEBRUARY



3-7 French Week

8 ACT and CEEB tests

15 Freshman-Sophomore
Dance

18 National Honor Society
Assembly



CALENDAR OF EVENTS



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MAY



2 Senior Skip Day

3 SAT Test

5 ROTC review

7 Awards Assembly schools

9 Letterman's Banquet
10 ROTC Awards Ball
14 Senior Banquet
18 Baccalaureate
21 COMMENCEMENT
22 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL



HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCED AT
CHRISTMAS FORMAL



MR. AND MISS CHS

Mari Hanly, Ken Brooks





BEST DRESSED

Eddie Egger, Maria Kerley




MOST ATHLETIC

Billie Marsh,
Hap Brandenburg



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SENIORS ARE HONOR ED AT CHRISTMAS FORMAL



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MOST INTELLECTUAL



Brenda Richardson,
John Burza



BEST LOOKING

Marie Wheeler, Gary Will



FRIENDLIEST



Stephanie Lawson, Frank Martin



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BEST DANCERS

Gilda Cedeno, Harry Castro



RUNNERS-UP



MOST TALENTED



Debbie Garner, Doug McLain



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First row: Barbara Bradley, Ken Brooks
Most Intellectual.

Second roiv: Jamie Meeker, Daniel Lee-
Most Talented.

Third row: Billie Marsh Friendliest,
Enrique Rosania Best Dancers.

Fourth row: Jackie Evans, Jimmy Ford-
Best Dressed.

Not pictured:

Carol Gonzales Best Dancers
Jerry Weigle Friendliest




DECEIVE ACCLAIM



WITTIEST

Rose Hedman, Jimmy Ford




First row: Maria Kerley, Hap Brandenburg

Mr. and Miss CHS.
Second row: Sue Lyman, Steve Gabriel

Most Athletic.
Third row: Norman Ivill

Wittiest.
Fourth row: Judy Fong Most Likely to Succeed,

Harry Castro Best Looking.

Not pictured:

Cecilia Alberga Wittiest

Mari Hanly Best Looking

Ken Brooks Most Likely to Succeed



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Eye makeup is applied to Mrs. Paddy.




MEMBERS OF THE CAST

Florence Diane Hauke

Hannibal Douglas McLain

Fairy May Lydia Santiago

Jeffrey 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

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Miss Siebrands oversees all backstage work, while Steve Jeffries
is amused by the layers of makeup which must be applied.



THE CURIOUS SAVAGE



Dr. Emmett and one of his gentle patients
are seen in the third act of The Curious
Savage.




Deftly applying makeup to Leslie Marek, Eileen Ridge prepares
for the production of The Curious Savage.



Produced by Miss Ann Siebrands, The Curious
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.




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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
Gonch, 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
16.





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"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 hy 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
the year.



THESPIANS SUCCEED IN TWO
UNDERTAKINGS



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HARD WORKING TIGERS PUBLISH



YEARBOOK



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
deadline.

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
mind, the Caribbean staff worked
many hours to meet the deadline.




The Caribbean staff: Anne Kienzle, Eileen Ridge, Linda Newman, Billie Marsh, Lana
Boone, Cilda Cedeno, Susan Ridge, Raul Castro, Jeanette Cox, Linda Vaught, Maria
Kerley, Cheryl Pinto, Germaine Lemm, Nancy Gregory.



Would you believe . ?
Germaine Lemm, Anne Kienzle, Frank Glavas




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Co-editor, Nancy Gregory, explains some
of the finer points of yearbook layout
to Gilda Cedeno, Lana Boone, and Jean-
ette Cox.



Working hard or hardly working?





Photographer Tommy Southerland at work.



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CLUBS



"C" CLUB AND G.A.A. MEMBERS CRE




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.



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\TE AN ATHLETIC SPIRIT AT CHS




Mary Rawlings, Shelley Lund, Evelyne Legrand, Judy Fong, Mari Hanly, Kathy Dockery, Patsy Austin, Jane Gabriel.





Jean Smith is initiated into the G.A.A.



Two other new initiates, Michele Greene, and Kim Turley,
listen while Shelley Lund tells them what to do.



G.A.A. members are chosen by their ex-
cellence in intramural sports and if they have
lettered in two or more sports.

G.A.A. members cooperate with the mem-
bers of the "C" Club to sponsor the Home-
coming Dance.



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OLD HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS





Barbara Bradley speaks on Character.



Brenda Richardson relates the theme of
the initiation.



Leadership is defined by Daniel Lee.




The importance of Scholarship is listed
by Judy Fong.



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Albert Chong delivers a speech about
the quality of Service.





INITIATE NEW MEMBERS




Ken Brooks is initiated.




The National Honor Society is one of the clubs held
highest in esteem at CHS. It is composed of students
who have maintained a 3.000 average and have dis-
played the qualities of Leadership, Character, Scholar-
ship, and Service. This year the NHS held two initiations.
Seven new members initiated in the February initiation
were: Eileen Ridge, Gary Robertson, Germaine Lemm,
Denise Ward, Maria Cedeno, John Carlisle, and Leslie
Marek. The purpose of this organization is to make the
student body aware of those students who have excelled
in all aspects of CHS life. Mrs. M. Condon is the sponsor.




Omar Chipsen lights his white candle.



Brenda Richardson, Albert Chong, Gilda Cedeno, Kenneth Brooks, Judy Fong, John Burza,
Mari Hanly, Omar Chipsen, Nancy Gregory, Daniel Lee, and Barbara Bradley.





Nancy Gregory lights her candle.



The fourth initiate, John Burza, holds
his candle.



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CARIBE CLUB MEMBERS EXPERIMENT

WITH TEACHING

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Front row: Brenda Richardson (Sec), Barbara Bradley (Pres.), Judy Fong (Vice-pres.), Gary Robertson (Historian). Second
row: Lana Boone, Anne Kienzle, Leslie Marek, Eileen Ridge, Rachel Rice, Jimmy Butler, Sara Pritham, Mike Meisinger,
Jim Gray. Third row: Maria Cedeno, Jackie Springer, Daniel Lee, Enrique Rosania, John Burza, Doug McLain, Albert Chong,
John Carlisle, Karen Westerburg. Fourth row: Germaine Lemm, Carmen Butler, Nancy Gregory, Gilda Cedeno, Mari Hanly,
and Mrs. Gegg (Sponsor).




On Student Teachers' Day, Bar-
bara Bradley (1.) and Anne Kien-
zle (r.) practice teach.




Students who have a "B" average are in-
vited to join this club which has been created
to help students develop an interest in teach-
ing. This year club members sponsored a
Teachers' Appreciation Day and a Student
Teachers' Day. Caribe Club members also tu-
tor students who are having difficulty with
certain subjects.



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21 CLUB MEMBERS COLLECT FOOD AND
CLOTHING FOR THE NEEDY









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Seated: Franklin Martin, Jerry Weigle, Randy Hull, Dee DeLapp. Standing: Mr. Bock (Sponsor), Luis Domin-
guez, Gary Robertson, Ken Brooks, Hap Brandenburg, Nelson Escribano, Steve Gabriel, Jimmy Butler, and Gary
Collins.



The 21 Club, sponsored by Mr. Bock, is
composed of twenty-one boys, each one rep-
resenting one of the Pan-American Republics.
The main purpose of this club is to promote
good Pan-American relations. This year club
members collected food and clothing for char-
ity by putting on the annual Charity Ball. The
admission price was a can of food.

The officers of the 21 Club are Frank
Martin (President), Dee DeLapp (Vice-Pres-
ident), Jerry Weigle (Secretary), and Jimmy
Butler (Treasurer).



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PINK GIRLS AND NURSES AID

CLUB MEMBERS WORK TO INCREASE

THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICINE




PINK GIRLS: D. Polite, B. Morrison, S. Rivera, D. Hauke, D. Barger, D. Barger, J. Greer, N. Huson, J. McLain, J. Cox, D.
Nieves, and Mrs. Howard (Sponsor).



The Civil Defense Nurses' Aide Club and
the Pink Girls have been organized to help
girls consider carefully careers in nursing
and other health fields. The members of these
clubs have made dolls for the children's ward
in the Colon and Coco Solo Hospitals, and
arranged a Christmas Party at Los Negros in
Gatun Lake. The Pink Girls work at the Coco
Solo Hospital during the summer and long
holidays.




Pink Girls, Daryn Barger, Donna Barger, Judy McLain, and Debra
Polite, demonstrate the proper procedure to be taken during an
emergency to new Nurses Aid initiates.



102




First row: A. Gonzales, C. Ross, Y. Cummings, P. Newman, J. Cox, J. McLain, D. Hauke, L. Newman,
D. Polite, B. Banks. Second row: S. Ridge, N. Huson, A. Lauritzen, P. Paine, S. Dohle, P. Meadows,
D. Barger, J. Ilund, M. Anton, J. Rivera, B. Morrison. Third row: P. Hauke, M. Norval, E. Rivera, B.
Egger, M. Garner, J. Parker, M. Thomas, A. Thomas, S. Payne, V. Boseman. Fourth row: M. Huffman.
C. Alberga, L. Huson, D. Cheshire, J. Wirtz, D. Graham, K. McGillberry, S. Vamprine, S. Zachary, C.
Ortiz. Fifth row: J. Meeker, D. Booch, I. Carrasco, M. Rivera, L. Borja, K. Milligan, Y. Martinez, S.
Rivera, M. MacDonald, C. Butler. Sixth row: M. Coffin, D. Barger, and sponsor, Mrs. Pfau.





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Jenny Wirtz, Nancy Huson, and Cathy Carlisle collect
food for the needy.




Reading her pledge, Carmen Butler is initiated
into the Nurses Aides Club.



103



MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH CLUB VISIT
FRENCH SHIPS AND STUDY FRENCH CULTURE




first row: Nancy Gregory, Evelyne Legrand, Judy Fong, Maria Cedeno, Dionisia Nieves, Jeannette Cox, Germaine
Lemm. Second row: Mrs. Gegg (Sponsor), Maria Hanly, Gilda Cedeno, Sheila Endara, Diane Hauke, Itzel Carrasco,
Rosita Cabrera, Carmen Butler. Third row: Jimmy Ford, Daniel Lee, Nikita Kattulas, Bruce Brown, Kishu As-
sandas.



During French Week, the members of the French Club put up a display.



The French Club meets on alternate Thurs-
days and requires that all of its twenty-five
members speak only French at the meetings.
This year the members of this club visited
French ships, gave cultural reports, and des-
ignated one week of the school year as French
Week. The purpose of the club is to stimulate
an interest in the French language, in French
culture, and in French history. Mrs. Gegg
is its sponsor.




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TRI-LINGUAL STUDENTS OPERATE
LANGUAGE LAB




Front row: Mr. Stearns (Sponsor), Evelyne Legrand, Iris Quionones, Dionisia Nieves, Nancy Edmondson, Christina
Loizeaux, Barbara Bassett. Second row: Joey Oberholtzer, Enrique Rosania, Daniel Lee, Eugene Holland, Doug
Stevens, Sally McLean, Alexis Johnson, and Carmen Butler.



The Language Lab Club is made up of
students who are tri-lingual. The students
of this club handle electric machinery in the
lab. Mr. Stearns is the sponsor of the club.




Students develope greater skill
with languages through the use
of the language lab.



105



THESPIANS AND DRAMATIC CLUB MEMBERS
WORK WITH THE MANY FACETS OF ACTING




THESPIAN SOCIETY: Leslie Marek, Doug McLain, (Pres.), Diane Hauke, John
Carlisle, Anne Kienzle, Cathy Carlisle, Eileen Ridge (Sec), Steve Jeffries, and Debbie
Garner.




Miss Siebrands, Thespian
and Dramatics Club sponsor.



The National Thespian Society and the Dramatics Club
work together in producing the two plays performed publicly
at the CHS auditorium, one in November and one in March.
The purpose of these two organizations is to arouse interest
in the dramatic arts and give students interested in drama
a chance to work with its many facets; make-up, direction,
and acting. After a member of the Dramatics Club has earned
ten points, he becomes a Thespian. Miss Siebrands is the
sponsor.




DRAMATICS CLUB: Front row: Cricket Walker, Joey Oberholtzer, Doug McLain,
John Carlisle, Debbie Gooch, Jeri Holleyman. Second row: Rhonda Rawlings, Anne
Kienzle, Eileen Ridge, Allen Harmon, Patti Hauke, June Ilund. Third row: Steve
Jeffries, Leslie Marek, Debbie Garner, Cathy Carlisle, Donna Graham, Mary Norval,
and Diane Hauke.



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ART CLUB MEMBERS SPONSOR ART SHOW




Winners of the Art Club sponsored art show display their talent. Brenda Gibson, Rosa Reyes, Marcella Stanbridge, Carol Cash,
Chick Parsons, Raul Castro, Cheryl Pinto, and Karen Waggoner.




The officers of the Art Club are: Lydia Santiago (Pres.),
Karen Waggoner (Sec), and Raul Castro (Vice-pres.).



Sponsored by Mr. Koziol, the main func-
tion of the Art Club is to display the talent
of the students of Cristobal High School. The
members of this club organize free art shows
open to the public. This year they coordinated
with the music department in having an art
show the same night as the music program.
Club members also help other school clubs by
making posters for them.



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MEMBERS OF THE SAFETY CLUB ORGANIZE

FIRE DRILLS




Mr. Reeves (sponsor), Ernie Faris, Phyllis Golden, Wayne West, and Mr. McCullough.



Organized to encourage safety practices among
the students, the Safety Club has been very active
this year arranging fire drills and safety demon-
strations at Cristobal High School. The Safety Club
is sponsored by Mr. Reeves, assisted by Mr. McCul-
lough.





Mr. Reeves, Ernie Faris, and Phyllis Golden put up
a poster to encourage safer practices at CHS.



Left: Mr. Reeves' seventh period Driver Education
class attend Traffic Court.



108



CLUBS PLAY ESSENTIAL PART
IN STUDENT LIFE AT CHS




Thespians and Dramatics Clubs



Art Club



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SPORTS



TIGER BASKETBALL



COMPETITION STILL TOUGH



Last year's basketball team experienced an-
other losing season, but the team played with
the right kind of spirit. They displayed the
traditional "Tiger" fight and desire to win
to the last.

SCORES

C.H.S. Opponents

24 48 BHS

72 64 RBCTY

37 54 CZC

34 62 BHS

51 64 RBCTY

53 74 CZC

34 63 BHS




"Stretch" shoots over his opponent.




Kneeling: H. Castro, A. Lara, D. DeLapp, G. Collins, G. Scheibe. Standing:
Coach Dedeaux, J. Rivera, M. Blanchette, J. Weigle, H. Brandenburg, J. Ford,
W. Russon, Coach Herburn.



Below: Hap Brandenburg lays it up for another two points.



112






Vernon Shoots



Ford shoots as "Stretch" and Vernon
look on.

Vernon tries to rebound against overwhelming odds.





Jimmy Ford shoots in the midst of the
opposition.



Monty Belanger trying to stuff his opponent.




1968 FOOTBALL STORY .



Last year's football team set out to make up for the past two
losing seasons. Many students started workouts on their own a
month or two before school started.




The first day of practice found the
field crowded with players. After six
weeks of tiring practice we decided that
we were ready for the Jamboree.



We



had



great



team,



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Two very capable coaches,
Many Fans,




First string players and cheerleaders




I know, Patton, but they don't make 'em any smaller.



What more could you want? And what
more could you expect? We came out on
top in the Jamboree (13-6-0) and went
on to clobber Balboa High School (21-0)
in the first regular game.




COACHES Litton and Dedeaux



And last but NOT least, eight
adorable cheerleaders.




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During the next week of practice many
valuable players became ill. Canal Zone
College came over and beat us 8-7 in that
game. We couldn't really explain the loss,
but we blamed it on the flu.




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We recovered during the next two weeks of
practice, but lost to Balboa High School (7-6).



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After two long, hard weeks of practice, we
faced Canal Zone College once again .








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We won
(14-6).



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The whole season ended in a 3-way tie to be
played off at the Palm Bowl. The last two
weeks of practice were hard and serious. The
goal was the shiny Palm Bowl trophy.







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We played well in the Palm Bowl, but that
wasn't enough. We lost by 1 point (CZC, 6
CHS, 12 BHS, 13). Even so, it was an ex-
citing season, one that promises us a good
team next year.




Front row: Caleb Clement, Harry Carey, Randolph Hull, Warren Patton, Jay Bensen, Walter Vamprine, Donald Bensen, Allen Valentini,
Mike Green, Neil Patton. Middle row: Coach Litton, Brandt Irion, Steve Gabriel, John Carlisle, Daniel Carter, Bob Miller, Eddie Egger,
Wallace Russon, Willy Huffman, Bill Blevins, Joe Cronan, Coach Dedeaux. Back Row: Mike Springer, Bob Beall, Phillip Mahan, Ronnie
Smith, Steve Allen, Jerry Weigle, Robert Novak, Nelson Escribano, Hap Brandenburg, Clay Dowell.



117



TRACK FEATURES OUTSTANDING
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES

David Cantu was once again the premier miler among U.S. Schools in
the Canal Zone. David remained undefeated for the second year in a row
in the interscholastic meets. In a pleasant surprise John Zizic, a first year
competitor in the shot put, scored well and earned several firsts, including
the first place trophy in the Balboa Relays. Freshman Billy Deaton also cap-
tured a first place trophy in the Balboa Relays, winning the 440 yd. dash
in the Junior Division.



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Front row: R. Mahan, M. Blanchette, R. Bock, N. Patton, H. Castro, M. Kredel], J. Cronan, J. Zizic, N. Escri-
bano. Back row: S. Jeffries (manager), M. Green, E. Abresch, C. Brown, H. Brandenburg, J. Bensen, M. Mine-
hart, B. Deaton, R. Hull, D. Cantu, H. Goldman, and coach Herborn.

Brandenburg goes up and over the ban Putting the shot requires

plenty of skill. John Zizic is
shown practicing.




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THE RECORD

CHS BHS

30 88

CHS CZC

60 56

CHS BHS CZC

31 80 37




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Kredell and Cantu jog around *he track ignoring the
jeers from the rest of the team.







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The track team was coached by Mr. Herborn.




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Taking it easy on the high-jump cushions.




Patton, Castro, and Benson are off to a quick start.



Joe Cronan ran the hurdles and placed fairly well.




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TIGERS ARE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS




MASCOTS: Mike Johnson, Brent Litton, Chris Cox.

Kneeling: Mike Jeffries, Joe Cronan, Allen Valentini, Ronald Walker, Neil Patton,
Doug Hale, Dave Robertson, Steve Jeffries. Standing: Harry Carey, Jerry Weigle,
Ronnie Smith, Hap Brandenburg, Nelson Escribano, Edgar Dejesus, Coach Litton.




Brandenburg



CHS 4

CHS 1

CHS 2

CHS 9

CHS 3

CHS 1

CHS 4

CHS 8

CHS 3



BHS 3

CZC 2

.CZC 1

CZC 7

BHS 4

BHS 4

CZC 2

BHS 1

All Stars ... 6




CAREY



WEIGLE



ROBERTSON



VALENTINI



The Tiger baseball team led by many new faces
in the line-up defeated a strong Balboa team by a
score of 8-1 to win the Interscholastic Championship
of baseball in the Canal Zone. This year's team had
only four starters back from last year's team, but
the new tigers and the old tigers worked together
to form a championship team. The Tiger hitters
did a better job than any Tiger team in the past. Four
players hit over three hundred, they were: E. Dejesus,
A. Valentini, J. Weigle, and N. Patton. Games are
not always won on hitting defensive baseball is just
as important to a winning team. This year's team
had good pitchers, infield, and outfield play. All of
these combined together made the Tigers of 1969
A Champion.




Ford practices covering home plate.



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CRISTOBAL'S TENNIS TEAMS








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Front row: Hap Brandenburg, Mark Collins, David Robertson, Don Benson,
Mick Snider, Steve Gabriel, Doug Jeffries, James Stuart. Back row: Clay
Dowell, Nelson Escribano, Barry Greer, Walter Ilund, Daryl Izquierdo, Anthony
Kingery, Jim Gray, Oscar Ortiz, Coach Hoffman.



The boys tennis team had three meets this
year and the starting five were: Hap Branden-
burg, Clay Dowell, Dave Robertson, Walter
Ilund, and Barry Greer. They lost the first
two meets and were co-champions at the tri-
angular meet at Balboa.




Coach Hoffman shows how it is done.




You are kidding? Honest we will win.



The girls tennis team won the first meet
against college 4 to 1. The girls have been
practicing daily and are looking forward to
a successful season. The next match is against
Balboa and they are ready to put up a good
fight and take that one too.




First row: Aurella Williams, Nancy Edmondson, Marion Kredell, Karen
Currier, Rhonda Rawlings, Gay Treff (manager). Second row: Kathy
Dockery, Evelyn Legrand, Mary Rawlings, Jan Bjorneby, Billie Marsh.
Patsy Austin is not pictured.



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CHS SWIM TEAM



Although they put up a good fight the
boys, after training hard, were overpowered
by a much larger Balboa team. However this
does not mean they will give up hope for
next year.



The CHS girls surprised the Balboa girls,
winning two out of four meets, ending the
season in a tie for first. Next year CHS hopes
to break the tie and come out on top.



Front row: Debbie Cheshire, Suzanne Mahan. Second row: Sue Lyman, Judy Simmons, Billie Marsh, Karen Westerberg, Con-
nie Clemons. Third roit> :_J£athy Dockery, Christy Loizeaux, Carol Torstenson, Debbie Lyman, Diane Soyster, Susan Zachry,
Hila Lyman. Fourth row: Brian Plaisance, Marjorie Coffin, Heidi Sweeney, Emilie Daniel, Beverly Olsen, Lynn Selstad,
Barbara Banks, Maria Boone, Greg Gokuen, Mike Spagna. Back row: Bill LeDoux, Don Olsen, Steve Cross, Robert Bloomer,
Caleb Clement, Nelson Escribano, Dan Carter, Steve Shobe, Bruce Ferrel, Peter Swain, Richard Booth, Mike Spagna.





Boys' 100 yard Breaststroke is off to a flying start.



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Billie swims to her third record.




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BREAKS SIX RECORDS





Emily Daniels, Billie Marsh, Sue Lyman, Debbie
Lyman break the relay record.











These girls worked hard to make CHS's team a success.




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Now can we swim coach?



Thinking? Higher? Touching his toes?

SCORES FOR THE MEETS

CHS BHS CZC

Nov. 15 Girls 48 32 15

Boys 24 61 10

Nov. 22 Girls 34 51 15

Boys 24 51 10

Nov. 27 Girls 45 33 15

Boys 26 59 10

Dec. 6 Girls 34 46 15

Boys 26 59 8

Rainbow C. CHS

Dec. 9 Girls 2 81

Boys 27 58

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"A" LEAGUE

CHS 28 CZC 22

CHS 17 BHS 38

CHS 20 BHS 43

CHS 11 CZC 18



Kneeling: C. Torstenson (captain). Front row: B. Wilkinson, L. Carey, K. Dockery, E.
Legrand, M. Rawlings, D. Duncan. Back row: Mrs. Harris (coach), M. Greene, L. Morales,
M. Coffin, S. Kilgore.



GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM



GIVE A GOOD FIGHT



Twelve freshmen and sophomores make up
the "B" League team and nine juniors and
seniors make up the "A" League team. These
girls are chosen from all girls participating in
the intramural program. Girls are chosen on



the basis of adaptability to all phases of bas-
ketball.

Both teams play interscholastically against
BHS and CZC. This year both "A" and "B"
League placed second in their league.



"B" LEAGUE

CHS 24 BHS 21

CHS 25 BHS 26

CHS 20 BHS 24




Kneeling: P. Austin (captain). Front row: M. Rice, K. Currier, J. Smith, M. Kredell, N. Ed-
mundson, A. Williams. Back row: D. Christian (manager), R. Christian, R. Cole, D. Rawley,
L. Gregg, C. Cease, Mrs. Harris.



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BOTH VOLLEYBALL TEAMS TAKE A FIRST




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This year's volleyball teams played
good ball. The girls gave their oppo-
nents tough competition. "A" League
beat Canal Zone College both games,
winning two out of two each time. The
Tigresses beat Balboa two out of three
in their first encounter but in their
second game the Bulldogs beat the
Tigresses two out of three ending the
season in a tie.



Kneeling: G. Dempsey. Front row: C. Alberga, E. I .c grand. K. Dockery, J.
Housley, B. Marsh, D. Duncan (manager). Back row: M. Greene (manager), D.
Workman, K. Turley, S. Kilgore, M. Rawlings, J. Gabriel.




Kneeling: P. Austin. Front row: M. Rice, J. Wertz, C. Rivera, J. Holleyman,
J. Smith, J. Bjorneby, A. Williams. Back row: J. Rivera, D. Rowley, Mrs.
Harris (coach), A. Reyes, G. Reyes.

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FACULTY

AND

CURRICULUM



ADMINISTRATION




Cristobal High School is one of two U.S. high schools operated by the Civil Affairs Bureau of the Canal
Zone Government.

STAFFS PROVIDE LEADERSHIP FOR QUALITY EDUCATION



SUPERINTENDENT'S STAFF, U.S. SCHOOLS Seated: James N. Cook, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mrs. Theresa Moore,
Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Elementary Schools; F.A. Castles, Superintendent of Schools; Mrs. Frances F. Sampsell, Assistant Superintendent,
U.S. Elementary Schools; Kenneth E. Lake, Coordinator of Curriculum. Standing: David A. Speir, Jr., Assistant Superintendent, UJ5. Second-
ary Schools; Charles L. Latimer, Deputy Superintendent of Schools; Stewart J. Brown, Supervisor, Swimming and Safety, U.S. Schools; J.
Weston Seaquist, Specialist, Audio-Visual Aids; James M. Wolf, Coordinator, Special Education; Robert Dahlstrom, Educational Coordinator
EDP; A. H. Byrd, Administrative Officer; Ross Anderson, Supervisor, Physical Education and Athletics, U.S. Schools.




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MR. CARL F. MAEDL, Principal of Cristobal High School



Mr. Maedl's leadership has set the tone for another very successful year at Christobal High School. He is responsible lor
providing the guidelines under which his staffs, including forty-nine faculty members, work cooperatively to provide the
environment and incentives necessary for the success of each student. Because of his intense interest in their progress, Mr.
Maedl can often be seen taking time from his administrative duties to help students who approach him with a problem.

Mr. Maedl is very active in community, civic and church work. He is a member of the Union Church of Margarita. He
lives with his wife in Coco Solo. In his spare time Mr. Maedl enjoys reading and playing golf.



CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL PROVIDES
INCENTIVES FOR SCHOLARSHIP



Mr. Pfau has taught in CHS since 1953. Before becoming assistant principal four
years ago, he taught chemistry, physics, and mathematics.

Students who have problems adjusting to classroom regulations and school policies
often make unannounced visits to Mr. Pfau who has a reputation of dealing strictly
but faifly with them. His main goal is helping students find a solution to their prob-
lems.

Mr. and Mrs. Pfau reside in Coco Solo. In his spare time Mr. Pfau enjoys music,
photography, and fishing.




MR. JAMES PFAU
Assistant Principal



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OFFICE STAFF



The office staff continues to maintain its repu-
tation for providing quality service to the adminis-
tration, teachers, students, and parents.

Mrs. Marion B. Taylor has worked at Cristobal
High School for eleven years. In her spare time
she enjoys playing bridge and golf. Mrs. Joanne
G. Allen is in her fourth year at CHS. Her hobbies
are sewing and singing with the Sweet Adelines.
Miss Jacinta E. Griffiths has worked here for two
and a half years and her free time is devoted to
swimming and playing the organ.



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Mrs. Taylor makes an announcement.



Mrs. Allen and Miss Griffiths work on school records.



Mrs. McDonnel R.N. is assisted by Mrs. Stevens.



CLINIC



Students of CHS have been aided in the clinic
by the outstanding efforts of Mrs. Jo McDonnel,
R.N. and Mrs. Delorita Stevens.

Annual screening tests such as vision, hearing,
skin, and dental checks are given by Mrs. Donnel.
Physical examinations for athletes, emergency first
aid, chest X-rays, and curing of minor illnesses are
other health services being offered in the clinic.
Not only does the clinic open its services to the
students, but it also serves as a center for health
counselling and health information.



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GUIDANCE





MRS. BRIGHT



MR. PALUMBO SR.



ADAMARY A. BRIGHT Girls' Counselor

Florida is the home state of Mrs. Bright. She has been
a full time counselor in the Cristobal High School for
the last five years. In her leisure hours, Mrs. Bright enjoys
cooking, and collecting coins and stamps.

ROBERT L. MOWERY Boys' Counselor

Mr. Mowery comes from Indiana and has been in CHS
for five years. Previously he had taught in Los Angeles,
California and in Indiana. He lives in Cocfc Solo with his
family. His hobbies are boating and photography.

LUKE C. PALUMBO Attendance Counselor

This is Mr. Palumbo's first year as attendance counselor.
He has taught for twenty six years in CHS. During the
twenty five previous years, he taught 7th and 8th grade
science. Before coming to CHS, he was a teacher at
Christian Brothers High School in Missouri. He lives in
Coco Solo and enjoys golf and bowling. He also has an
insect collection.




MR. MOWERY



The counselors at Cristobal High School advise
and guide students toward a better adjusted and
more successful school career. The Guidance Center
is equipped with catalogues from a great number of
U.S. colleges to provide the student with the
needed information on college life.

College Entrance Board exams like the PSAT,
SAT, and the ACT are administered to high school
students and also to adults in the community who
are interested in attending college to further their
education. This is Cristobal's first year as a regular
testing center.




Mr. Mowery looks on, as Mrs. Bright demonstrates the college view-deck to
Linda Huson and Carlos Peniche.




Keeping track of students means a lot of paper work for Mr. Palumbo.



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LIBRARY




ALLEN D. GRIFFIN Librarian

This is Mr. Griffin's second year at CHS, and he con-
tinues being very helpful to all students in the library.
Before coming to CHS, Mr. Griffin taught in Germany and
in his home state, Texas. He lives in Margarita, and his
outside interest is reading, naturally.



MR. GRIFFIN




The library of CHS is the foundation of
knowledge and information of all the stu-
dent body. Whenever a class receives an
assignment, the library becomes crowded
with students doing research work. It is
very well equipped, and our librarian and
his helpers are of great aid to the students.

The library is divided into a public li-
brary and a school library. The public
library is open until 8:00 p.m. and is open
for both the students and the community.



Mr. Griffin and Linda Newman aid the students daily with whatever questions they need
to have answered.



SPECIAL





EARL C. SHARICK Special Education

Mr. Sharick has been teaching in CHS for thirteen
years. Previously he taught in Cristobal and Coco Solo
Elementary Schools. He is from the state of Illinois, and
presently lives in Coco Solo. His hobbies are swimming,
fishing, and camping.



GRACE S. PFAU Remedial Reading

Mrs. Pfau has taught in CHS since 1954. She has also
taught at the Atlantic Elementary Schools. She has aided
numerous students who have difficulties in reading. Her
interests include traveling, sewing, and reading.



MRS. PFAU



MR. SHARICK



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BUSINESS EDUCATION




If you want to be a secretary, you will surely be acquainted with the
typing and shorthand rooms. In the midst of electric typewriters and
shorthand pads the students are given special training in business educa-
tion. They begin by learning the keyboard in Typing I, and continue by
typing manuscripts and letters in Typing II. Shorthand students learn to
take dictation, which they transcribe in the typing room. General Busi-
ness and bookkeeping teach the students the financial phase of business.



Left, Mari Hanly, Matthews Cedeno, Kishu Assandas, Ce-
cilia Alberga, and Jean Geer busily type the daily exercises.



LAWRENCE PERKINS Typing I, Shorthand, Bookkeeping

This is Mr. Perkins' first year at CHS. He teaches Typing I,
bookkeeping, and shorthand. He is the head of the Business Depart-
ment and is also our S.A. Treasury Sponsor. Before coming to CHS,
Mr. Perkins taught in Florida and in his home state, Oklahoma.
His hobbies include fishing, sight-seeing, and reading.



DOROTHY J. MEEHAN General Business, Typing II

Besides General Business and Typing II, Mrs. Meehan teaches
Spanish I. She has taught in CHS for five years. Much of her
spare time is devoted to gourmet cooking, which is her special interest.








MRS. MEEHAN



MR. PERKINS



EDUCATION




In Special Education students learn the objectives
of economic efficiency, human relationship, and civic
responsibility. They also weave baskets, sew, and per-
form other crafts. The class is offered to help students
in certain courses according to their individual ability.
The clases were begun in 1960.

Students from all levels can develop their reading
skills through the Remedial Reading course. The course
also furthers their comprehension and enjoyment of
complex literature.



Larry Lopez, Helena Reed, and Danny Rivera work on various crafts.



133



CREATIVE ARTS



Different programs in creative arts have been offered to CHS students this year. In the music department students can choose
from the "A," "B," and the high school band, the junior high chorus, the orchestra, and the high school Girls' Glee Club. The
band provides music for school assemblies, and the other musical groups participate in activities throughout the year, like the
Christmas Concert.

Students having talent for painting and drawing can be guided and helped to improve their abilities in art class. Art stu-
dents learn to do metal tooling, weaving, pottery, ceramics, and other such crafts. The art class also has a showcase in which
are exhibited some of the outstanding works of the students.








MR. CARWITHEN




EDWARD R. CARWITHEN Band, Chorus

Mr. Carwithen's home stale is Florida, and this is his
third year in CHS. He teaches music. Much of his time
is dedicated to music activities. In his spare time, he en-
joys sailing and skin-diving.



EDWIN M. KOZIOL Art I and II

Mr. Koziol teaches jr. and sr. high art. This year he
is the advisor for the Caribbean. He is also the Art Club
advisor. Before coming to CHS six years ago, Mr. Koziol
taught in Michigan. His favorite hobbies are bridge, golf,
and reading.







Cheryl Pinto, Alice Crouch, and Brigitte Daniels watch
Glenda Dempsey make silk-screen place mats.



THE MICH SCHOOL M\M> fn.nl n Christ) Loi/eaux, Jcri Holleyman, Kathy Terwilliger, Carol Tnr-
stenson, Barbara Kill, Ann Terwilliger. l)i. nisia Nieves, LoiTaine Borja, Debbie Gooch. Second row: Emilie
Daniel, Davine Hughey, Lydia Santiago, Mardette Garner, Sylvia Vamprinc, Heidi Sweeney, Sharon Golden,
Jean Geer, Ralph Hepner. Third row: Debbie Jaketic, Linda Merrick, Debbie Pate, Susan Ridge, Steve
Aponte, Robert Tuek, Scot Loizeaux, Joey Oberholtzer, Ed Forsythe, Jim Gray, Glenn Walker, Ed Golden.
Back row: Ed Bringas, Caspar Sayoc, Jose Roman, Jim McFadden, Bill Bloomberg, Barbara Bassett, Doug
McLain, Daryl Izquierdo, Danny Valentine, Peter Swain, Bill Gillespie, Beverly Olsen, Boode Swain, Don
Olsen.




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Glenda Dempsey, Brenda Gibson and
Marcella Stanbridge.



make a face mask on





Art I Class at work.




THE CIRLS' CLEE CLUB Front row: Barbara Banks, Cay Treff. Jeanie Bassett, Pat
Parker. Jinx Rivera, Carmen Rivera, Alma Rios. Second row: Patricia Hauke. Marj Norval,
Kathy DeRapps, Jcidy Knight, Karen Westerberg, Rhonda Rawlings, Maria Font. Patty
Hill Standing- Mr. Carwilhcn. Marcella Stanbridge, Kathie Burgess, Cinda Helmrichs,
Hila Lyman, Cricket! Malker, Billie Marsh, Debbie Polite, Stephie lilies, Janet Soloman,
Gloria Wynn, Carla Cussow, Alice Crouch, Aurelia Williams, Soila Payne.



135



ENGLISH



The English department is one of the largest departments
at CHS. Five new teachers came to the English department
this year. They are Mrs. Cooke, Mr. Ferguson, Mrs. John-
son, Mrs. Meyer, and Mrs. Phillips.

Besides seventh and eighth grade English, four years
of high school English are required for graduation from
CHS.

In addition to the regular English classes, journalism,
speech and drama, and remedial reading are offered. Speech
and drama is open to all interested seniors. This course
is very useful ; it teaches the student better oral expression,
and a great deal of research work is required. Journalism
provides practical experience in working on a newspaper.
The school newspaper, the Tradewind, is produced by the
journalism class. Remedial reading helps students to im-
prove their reading ability.

This year a new emphasis on oral and written expression
and the addition of more records, record players, film strips,
textbooks, and magazines has added a new meaning and
enjoyment to the study of language and literature.




MR. FATTOROSI



MR. FERGUSON



MRS. JOHNSON






MRS. MEYER



L. J. FATTOROSI English III

Mr. Fattorosi's home state is New Jersey. Before com-
ing to CHS, he taught in Jamesburg, N.J. This is his
twelfth year at CHS. In addition to teaching junior Eng-
lish, he is the Senior class sponsor. Mr. Fattorosi lives
in France Field with his wife and his mother.

ROBERT B. FERGUSON English I, II, Journalism

This is Mr. Ferguson's first year in CHS. He is the
sponsor of the Tradewind. Before coming to CHS, he
taught in North Carolina. His outside interest is sport
parachuting.

GAYLE M. JOHNSON 7th grade English

Ohio is the home state of Mrs. Johnson. Besides teach-
ing 7th grade English, she is the cheerleader sponsor.
Her outside interests are painting and outdoor sports.

MOLLY MEYER English II, III

Mrs. Meyer teaches English II and III this year. Her
home state in Montana. In her spare time, Mrs. Meyer
enjoys painting. Sponsoring the majorettes also takes some
of her time.



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MARTHA IRVIN PHILLIPS English 7, I

English 7 and English I are the classes taught by Mrs.
Phillips. She is also the sponsor of the Girl's Drill Team.
This is Mrs. Phillips' first year in CHS. Her home state
is Arizona.

ANN A. SIEBRANDS English 8, Drama, Speech

Before coming to CHS Miss Siebrands taught in South
Dakota and in Guam. Besides teaching English her duties
include Drama and Debate. She is also the Thespian ad-
visor. Her outside interests are bridge, theatre work, and
reading.

DOROTHY SMITH English IV

Mrs. Smith teaches senior English. Besides being the.
head of the English Department, she sponsors many Senior
activities. If you are looking for her, you will be sure
to find her with her seniors. Mrs. Smith's home state is
Ohio, and she lives in Margarita with her husband.





MRS. PHILLIPS



MISS SIEBRANDS





MRS. SMITH



Ruperto Dejesus, Fred Sapp, and Leonard Terlaje use a
reading pacer.




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FOREIGN LANGUAGES




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Mrs. Riefkohl's first period Spanish class.



MRS. MEEHAN



ANN D. GEGG French, Latin, Spanish

Mrs. Gegg teaches French, Latin, and Spanish. During
seventh period she teaches French IV, which is an advanced
placement course. Besides this, she devotes time to the
French Club and the Caribe Club, both of which she
sponsors. Her favorite hobbies are golf, bridge, and
reading.

DOROTHY J. MEEHAN Spanish I, General Business,

Typing II

Mrs. Meehan is from New York, and this is her sixth
year at C.H.S. She teaches Spanish I, General Business,
and Typing II. Her outside interest is gourmet cooking.

STELLA C. RIEFKOHL Spanish 7

Mrs. Riefkohl teaches Spanish 7, and calls New York
her home state. She also works on the Orientation Day
program.

TELMA R. HOWARD Spanish I and II

Mrs. Howard, the Pink Girl's sponsor, teaches Spanish
I and II. Before coming to C.H.S., Mrs. Howard taught
in Manhattan, New York. In her spare time, she enjoys
sewing and reading.

JAMES J. STEARNS Spanish, Russian

Mr. Stearns teaches Spanish II, III, and IV, and Russian
III. In addition to this, Mr. Stearns is director of the
Language Lab and head of Foreign Language Department.
His favorite hobbies are fishing and stamp collecting.




MRS. RIEFKOHL




MR. STEARNS



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Mrs. Meehan's third period Spanish I class.



The Foreign Language Department is a wide and
interesting one. French, Spanish. Latin, and Russian
have been offered this year. A new seventh period
French IV class was also added to the program.
It is an advance placement course. Students read
the classic French literature. Russian III is also a
seventh period class. The Language Lab is used by
the classes, and the oral drills aid the students in
the pronunciation and better understanding of the
language.




Listening to chapter drills in first period French are: Nancy Edmond-
son, Geri Blanchette. Oscar Ortiz, and Ivette Cummings.



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HOME ECONOMICS




ELIZABETH C. McNAUGHTON

Mrs. McNaughton has taught Home Economics in CHS
for three years. Previously she had taught in Massachu-
setts, her home state. She is Head of her department,
and assistant sponsor of the Nurses' Aides Club. In addi-
tion, Mrs. McNaughton is the "mending expert" of rips,
tears, and stains. Her hobbies are sewing, and water-skiing.



MRS. McNAUGHTON



Pamela Teague, Patti Robson, and Jeanie Nabors.





Janet Brandenburg, Patsy Austin, Mary Rawlings, and Carol Wertz learn
what it takes to become a housewife.



The fragrant aroma of food and cooking and the buzzing sounds
of sewing machines identify the Home Ec. room. In it students
learn to sew, prepare various dishes, and plan meals.

The project for Home Ec. I students is to make aprons. Home
Ec. II students devote themselves to making skirts, blouses, and
dresses. For the Christmas holiday, the office was decorated with
lovely net wreaths made by the Home Ec. classes.

In the well-equipped kitchen, Home Ec. I students learned simple
baking recipes, while the Home Ec. II students prepared more elab-
orate dishes and desserts.



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS




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MR. HOLLOWAY



JESSE C. HOLLOWAY Mechanical Drawing

THis is Mr. Holloway's third year at CHS. He has
previously taught in California and Saudi Arabia. Okla-
homa is his home state. In his spare time, Mr. Holloway
enjoys fishing and wood carving.

PAUL J. JEFFRIES Shop

California is the home state of Mr. Jeffries. He has
taught shop in CHS for three years. Before coming to
CHS he taught in American Samoa, Colorado, and Cali-
fornia. He presently resides in Coco Solo with his family.
Golf, photography, and fishing are his outside interests.




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MR. JEFFRIES



Jose Bravo and Hank Goldman put on finishing
touches with the buffer.



CHS shop classes learn to develop basic skills in hand tool operation, power tool operation,
and shop safety. In advanced woodworking, more complex projects stress correct maintenance
of equipment procedures along with machine setups for the special work involved in the making
of individual projects.

Mechanical drawing teaches the student to visualize how an object is built and put together.
They learn how to do isometric and architectural drawing, a skill which will benefit students
who are planning to continue their education in many other fields.

In metal shop the students learn the basic skills in bench work, forging, welding, sheet-
metal, and machine operation.



Right: Steve Allen and Jerry Weigle learn how
to adjust the acetylene torch.




Both boys and girls take Mr. Holloway's Mechanical
Drawing I class.



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MATHEMATICS




A 1

MR. RICHARD BOCK





MR. LAWRENCE COWLEY



MR. RONALD GENTILE





MR. ROY HOWELL



MR. BERNARD MAZZONI



Mr. Bock watches as John Burza, Barbara Bradley, Karl Huebner, and Ken Brooks
prepare to represent CHS in the Science-math Quiz on SCN.




RICHARD W. BOCK

Anyone interested in advanced math is sure to know
Mr. Bock. He teaches Introduction to Analysis, Algebra I,
Algebra II, and seventh period calculus. He is head of
the math department at CHS. His home state is North
Dakota, and he presently resides in Coco Solo. Mr. Bock
enjoys playing bridge and boating in his leisure hours.

LAWRENCE A. COWLEY

Besides teaching geometry, Mr. Cowley is the junior
class sponsor. His home state is Texas. Previously he
taught for seven years at Fort Defiance, Arizona, and
on a Navajo Indian reservation. His outside interests are
tennis, bridge, reading, and fishing.

RONALD F. GENTILE

Michigan is the home state of Mr. Gentile, the seventh
grade arithmetic teacher. Before coming to CHS, he taught
for ten years in Birmingham, Michigan. His spare time
activities include motorcycle riding and pistol shooting.

ROY HOWELL

This is Mr. Howell's first year in the CHS math de-
partment. He teaches Algebra IB, general math, and math
8. Previously he taught at Boca Raton and Delroy Beach,
Florida. His outside interests are numismatics and reading.

BERNARD R. MAZZONI

Mr. Mazzoni's home state is Pennsylvania. He teaches
Algebra I and math 8. In addition, he is the yearbook
business manager. He enjoys color photography and col-
lecting coins. This is his fifteenth year at CHS.



142




Several members of the optional seventh period calculus class, Rachel Rice,
Chipsen, Gerald Chen, Danny Lee, and Albert Chong, look on as Judy Fong expl
a homework problem.



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ains



The mathematics department of CHS provides an opportunity for students to meet
all requirements and to lay a firm foundation for their educational and vocational
goals. The emphasis is placed on helping the individual discover the principles of
mathematics and to learn the language and the pattern of reasoning found in mathe-
matics.

This year three teachers are new to the department: Mr. Cowley, Mr. Gentile, and
Mr. Howell. Courses offered are Introduction to Analysis, Calculus, Geometry, Algebra
I and II, and General Math. Mr. Brock's class in calculus is the only seventh period
mathematics class being offered.



John Meeker looks on as Mr. Mazzoni assists Louise Palmer
with an algebra problem.




MATH COURSES

PROVIDE FOR

INDIVIDUAL STUDENT

NEEDS



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION



JUNE C. FATTOROSI Girls Senior High Gym

Mrs. Fatlorosi, who has been at CHS since 1956, leaches
senior high gym. Between her many activities of GAA,
and Sport Day, she likes to go beach hiking and dog
walking.

JOAN F. HARRIS Girls' Junior High Gym

Before coming to CHS, Mrs. Harris taught at the Ft.
Kobbe Elementary School and at Balboa High School,
where she graduated several years ago. She is an all-
sports fan, but tennis receives most of her spare time at-
tention. Mrs. Harris sponsors both basketball and tennis
intramurals.




MRS. FATTOROSI



MRS. HARRIS




"ME, TARZAN," says Gary Will to Brandt Irion and Mike
Green.





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"Darn you, Charlie Brown, Wlu/'d you ever get me
into this?" says Diane Hauke.




What beauty! What style!




"Hey Coach! How long do you expect me to
hold this, till 'Doomsday'?"




DOUGLAS B. LITTON Senior High Gym

Coach Litton has just completed his seventh year at
CHS as head coach for the football and baseball teams.
He also manages all intramural sports during after school
hours. Coach Litton is the Physical Education Department
head.

LOUIS DEDEAUX Boys' Junior High Gym

For seventeen years, Mr. Dedeaux has taught at various
schools on either side of the isthmus. At CHS he coaches
the Junior High boys in all sports. He also assists with
several after school activities. During his moments of re-
laxation he prefers to either golf or fish. Mr. Dedeaux
also sponsors the "C" Club.




MR. LITTON



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MR. DEDEAUX



Beverly Olsen, "Socks it to 'em."



144




CHS offers a wide, well balanced physical fitness program for
both boys and girls.

The girls' sports program is made up of basketball, volleyball,
swimming, hockey, tennis, and softball. Drill precision and physical
fitness are stressed to develop coordination.

The boys participated in various sports such as swimming, wres-
tling, soccer, speedball, track, football, baseball, tennis, and basket-
ball. Gymnastics and physical fitness were also offered.



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SCIENCE




MRS. ADAMS



MR. HIERONYMUS



JEAN ADAMS

Mrs. Adams came to CHS from Indiana and this is her
first year of teaching. She teaches 7th grade Life Science
and 8th grade Earth Science, and hopes to instill in her
students an awareness of the natural elements of their
environment. She is also sponsor of the Junior High S.A.
Mrs. Adams lives in New Cristobal, and enjoys swimming
and golfing in her spare time.

ADELE COOKE

In addition to teaching 7th grade Life Science, Mrs.
Cooke also teaches English I, and is co-sponsor of the
Junior Honor Society. Mrs. Cooke, who is from New Jersey,
lives in Margarita and enjoys playing bridge.

PAUL HIERONYMUS

Thi sis Mr. Hieronymus* second year at CHS. He teaches
chemistry and 7th grade math. Mr. Hieronymus feels that
his course's greatest benefit is teaching the student how
to think. He is also the S.A. sponsor. Mr. Hieronymus lives
in 'Coco Solo with his wife und daughter. His hobbies
are golf and insect collecting.

EMMA LOUISE MASON

Mrs. Mason has taught at CHS for five years, previous
to this she was a substitute teacher for three and one-half
years. Mrs. Mason teaches 7th grade science and 8th grade
math. She lives in Margarita and her hobbies are boating
and knitting.

JAMES D. NORMAN

This is Mr. Norman's ninth year of teaching at CHS.
He teaches biology, oceanography, and physiology. Mr.
Norman's hobbies are gardening, swimming, and reef
studies. During the winter he lives in Margarita, but he
spends the summer in his hometown, Mercer, Wisconsin.



CHS STUDENTS TAKE

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SCIENCE




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MR. NORMAN






MR. PALUMBO JR.



MR. REEVES




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"It's no use, I'll never understand
this!" wails Cathy Carlisle to
Dionne Holland.



LUKE T. PALUMBO

Introductory Physical Science and 7th grade Life Science are the
two subjects taught by Mr. Palumbo who is head of the science
department at CHS. He lives in Coco Solo and goes skin-diving in
bis spare time.

CHARLES T. REEVES

Mr. Reeves who teaches physics, math, slide rule calculations, and
driver education, has taught at CHS for nearly thirteen years. He
feels his courses are especially helpful to students now as well as
after graduation. He also sponsors the safety committee. Mr. Reeves'
hobbies are math, science, and boating. He lives in Coco Solo.



146




Brenda Morrison, Dee De-
Lapp, and Steve Jefferies do
chemical filtering.




Louis Carlo, Betty Wilkinson, and BUI Bloomberg study anatomy.



147



SOCIAL SCIENCE




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ROBERT BERGER Social Studies 8

Mr. Berger is from Pennsylvania and has taught for six years
in the Canal Zone. Before coming to CHS, he taught in Florida.
In addition to his teaching schedule, he is the advisor for
the Zephyr. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf. Mr.
and Mrs. Berger and their daughter live in Margarita.

MARY L. CONDON World History, Social Studies 8

Mrs. Condon has taught in Margarita Elementary School,
Balboa Elementary School, and Balboa High School, in addition
to CHS. Her teaching experience in the Canal Zone totals
seventeen years. Previous to this, she taught in her home state,
Michigan. She is the sponsor of the National Honor Society.
In after-school hours and weekends, she enjoys gardening and
cooking.

EUGENE T. GREGG U.S. History

Mr. Gregg, the chairman of the history department, teaches
U.S. History and Survey of Latin American History. Before
coming to CHS, Mr. Gregg taught in Colorado, his home state.
He has taught in CHS for sixteen years. He lives in Coco Solo
with his wife and six daughters.

PETER M. HERBORN World Geography, American Institu-
tions

Mr. Herborn is from Missouri, where he taught before
coming to the Canal Zone. He also taught elementary school
physical education in Ft. Davis and Ft. Gulick. In CHS he
teaches world geography and this year he taught American
institutions during the second semester. He lives in Coco Solo,
and his favorite hobbies are reading, sailing, tennis, scuba div-
ing, and swimming.

RONALD D. JACOBS-Socal Studies 7, English 8

Mr. Jacobs has taught in CHS two years. He is the sponsor
of the Junior High School Student Association. His home state
is Oklahoma. He lives in Coco Solo with his wife and three
year old son.

ELIZABETH MARCELLO U.S. History, World Geography,
Economics, English 8

This is Miss Marcello's first year at CHS. During the first
semester, she taught economics to seniors. In addition, she
taught U.S. History and English 8. In spite of her busy schedule,
she finds time to sponsor the jr. high Dramatics Club. Her
home state is New Jersey. In her free time, she enjoys music,
reading, and painting.

ROBERT E. McCULLOUGH Social Studies 7

This is Mr. McCullough's fourteenth year in CHS. Pre-
viously, he taught in Minnesota and Idaho. In addition to his
classes, he is assistant sponsor of the safety committee. His
home state is Montana, and he resides in Margarita. Reading,
coin and stamp collecting, and hiking, are his favorite hobbies.




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CARIBE CLUB MEMBERS TAKE OVER
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLASSES FOR HALF A DAY



If a CHS student is interested in taking social science classes, he has many courses to choose from. In the seventh grade,
students start their social science education by taking world geography. In the eighth grade U.S. history is offered. Freshmen
may study world geography; sophomores, world history; juniors. U.S. history; and seniors, American institutions. A seventh
period class on Latin America is being taught by Mr. Gregg. CHS has the right materials and a fine staff of social science
teachers to give the students the best possible education in the world around them.

Some of the objectives of the Social Science Department are: helping the pupil acquire the knowledge of our social, economic,

and political inheritance; helping him recognize the
Club member Vicki Kaufer appears to enjoy teaching social studies. problems present in these areas today; and helping

him develop a respect for the worth and the rights
of all individuals.

To meet the goals of the department the pupil
not only studies a basic text but is exposed to cur-
rent student publications and appropriate motion
picture films. He is also required to do outside
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CRISTOBAL UNIT GIVES OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE



THE HI'.VIEWINC OFFICERS
Mr. Macdl, MAJ. Fisher, ILT. Agec



The 2d battalion Cristobal High School ROTC Unit is composed of E and
F companies with 115 cadets. The Unit is in its 18th year and has won the
Honor Unit designation awarded by the Department of the Army every year
except one. and that was when its strength fell below 100 cadets.

The basic goal of the ROTC is character building. A cadre of one officer
and two noncommissioned officers of the U.S. Army provides instruction and
guidance but the initiative is left to the cadets who run themselves.





THE CADRE
SSG Radloff, ILT. Agec, and SSG Propst.



Jim Butler, Oscar Ortiz, and John Carlisle arc on office duty.

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ROTC SPONSORS: Sue Lyman, Jackie Evans, Ann
Hirons, and Maria Kerley.



There are four reviews during the year. The annual Field Night in
March marks the climax of the competitive phase of ROTC training. The
Cristobal United participates with the Balboa Unit as a brigade. It fea-
tures competition between individuals, squads, platoons, companies, and
most impressive of all, the head-on contest between the two drill teams.

ROTC cadets use the training facilities of the U.S. Southern Command
and have gone through a shortened course at the Jungle Operations Train-
ing Center and the Parachute Jump School.




THE BATTALION STAFF
LTC Ken Brooks, CPT Bob Beall. 2LT Jim Butler, LTC Jackie Evans, 2LT John Carlisle, ILT
Ernie Faris.



ROTC COLOR GUARD
Brian Fleckenstein, Ron Mahan, Peter
Showalter, Davy Robertson.




ROTC DRILL TEAM
Commanded hy Cadet ILT Perry Shuford. The Drill Team sponsor is Ann Hirons.

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SENIOR
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SENIOR SUMMARIES



CECILIA DEL CARMEN ALBERGA

June 20, 1950

Colon, Republic of Panama

Cecilia has taken part in the Powder Puff Football Game and has
been on the Jr.-Sr. Prom committee during her junior year. She
has also been a member of the Nurses Aides club for four years.
Cecilia plans to enter a college in California and either teach or
become a nurse.

STEPHEN GRAHAM ALLEN

April 26. 1951

Arkansas City, Kansas

Steve has a great interest in sports and he has spent a great deal
of his leisure time in the pursuit of sport excellence for CHS. Steve
has lettered in football and baseball. He was a member of the "C"
Club and the 21 Club for two years. Steve plans to attend a trade
school in Oklahoma.

KISHU SHAMDASANI ASSANDAS

August 1, 1949

Colon, Republic of Panama

Kishu has been a member of the French and Spanish Clubs
for two years and also an SA representative for two years. He
has held a ROTC commission for three years and was "F" Com-
pany Executive Officer during his senior year.



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LUCINDA BARRAGAN G.

April 29, 1949

Colon. Republic of Panama

Lucinda's main interest is languages. She served as president of
the Spanish Club during her senior year. Her other interests include
reading, collecting famous records, and practicing various sports.
She plans to attend the University of Panama.

ROBERT GLENN BEALL

October 31, 1951

Ancon, Canal Zone

Bob has taken an active interest in football and was on the
Tiger team for two years. He was chosen a princess for the Powder
Puff Game in his junior year. Bob has participated in ROTC for
four years, and has won two medals for his excellence in that
field. He plans to study at the University of Colorado to become
an electrical or aeronautical engineer.

DONALD KAY BENSEN

May 4, 1951

Erie, Pennsylvania

Don's special interests are football and track. He took an active
part in football in his freshman, sophomore and junior years, and
track in his freshman year. His future plans are to attend Miami
Dade Junior College.

JAY BENSON

January 19, 1950

Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Drawing, football, and track have taken up a good deal of Jay's
time. He was on the football team for three years and in track
during his freshman and senior years. Also in his senior year,
Jay served as SA representative. Jay would like to pursue a career
in architecture.

BARBARA JANET BRADLEY

August 29, 1951

Washington, D.C.

Barbara came to CHS in the beginning of her junior year. She
was initiated into the NHS and was the secretary of the NHS
during her senior year. Barb was also president of the Caribe Club.
Much of her time after school is spent practicing with the girls'
Drill Team. In the Senior Hall of Fame, Barbara was voted Most
Likely to Succeed.

HAROLD ARTHUR BRANDENBURG

August 18, 1951

New Port, Rhode Island

Hap's main interest has been in sports. He was co-captain of the
football team during his senior year and was chosen to the All
Zone Football Team. Hap has also participated in baseball, track,
basketball, and tennis. He has been a member of the 21 Club, the



Tradewind Staff, and served as the vice-president of the "C" Club
during his senior year. Hap was also president of his senior class.
He hopes to pursue a career in dentistry at the University of North
Carolina.

KENNETH SAMUEL BROOKS

March 27, 1951

Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

Ken has been a member of the swimming team for three years.
He was SA president during his senior year. He was also Battalion
Commander in ROTC and a member of the "C" Club. Ken was
voted Mr. CHS in the Senior Hall of Fame.

JOHN ROBERT BURZA

December 12, 1950

Colin, Republic of Panama

John was an SA representative for two years. He was also a
member of the Caribe Club, the band, the tennis team, and the
National Honor Society. He was voted Most Intellectual in the 1969
Senior Hall of Fame. John is interested in the field of medicine.



ROSITA MAGDALENA CABRERA T.

October 27, 1950

Colon, R.P.

Rosy came to CHS from St. Mary's Academy where she partici-
pated in various assemblies. At CHS she has been a member of
the French and Caribe Clubs. Rosy was a member of the Powder
Puff Football Game team.

DAVID ANDRE CANTU

September 25, 1950

San Antonio, Texas

Dave has been a member of the track team for four years and
a member of the "C" Club. He was on the decorating committee
for the Jr.-Sr. Prom during his junior year.

HARRY HOWARD CAREY

January 30, 1951
Ft. Campbell, Kentucky-
Harry has participated in football and baseball, and received a
letter for both sports. In his senior year, Harry escorted a member
of the Homecoming Court, was a member of the Tradewind staff,
the "C" Club, and an SA representative.

ZOILA ITZEL CARRASCO

November 29, 1949

Colon, R.P.

Itzy has been a member of the Spanish, French, and Nurses
Aides Clubs. She has also been an office assistant and has partici-
pated in volleyball intramurals. Itzel hopes to attend college in
Canada.

HARRY CASTRO Z.

February 28, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Harry has participated in football, basketball, and track. He was
a member of the "C" Club, the Spanish Club, and was a homeroom
alternate. Harry was also a Powder Puff Game cheerleader and a
campaign manager for the '68-'69 SA elections. He hopes to attend
law school. Harry was voted Best Dancer in the Senior Hall of Fame.

GILDA RAQUEL CEDENO

February 7, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Gilda has been a member of the Caribe Club, the French Club,
Spanish Club, the National Honor Society, the Drill Team, the
Homecoming court, and a member of the Jr.-Sr. Prom committee.
She participated in volleyball intramurals and was a cheerleader
during her senior year. Gilda was voted Best Dancer in the Senior
Hall of Fame.

GERALD CHEN

March 8, 1950

Colon, R.P.

Gerald is a member of the French Club and was vice-president
of the Spanish Club. He has also participated in track and basket-
ball. Gerald plans to attend a college in California.

OMAR JOSE CHIPSEN J.
June 6, 1950
Colon, R.P.
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test. He is a member of the French Club, the Spanish Club, and
the National Honor Society. Omar would like to attend college in
Texas or California.

ALBERT CHONG

February 25, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Albert is a member of the National Honor Society, French Club,
and Caribe Club. He enjoys participating in art and all kinds of
sports.

ROGELIO CLOUGH

June 20, 1950
Colon, R.P.

Rogelio participated in football, wrestling, and intramural basket-
ball. He was also a member of the Spanish Club.

RICHARD CUMMINGS

May 3, 1950
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Richard's activities include baseball, basketball, soccer, and foot-
ball.

D

ALVARO DAVIS

June 13, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Alvaro was a member of the Spanish Club for three years.

GLENDA DEMPSEY

September 10, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Glenda participated in basketball, tennis, and volleyball. She
was both "A" and "B" league captain in volleyball. She also was
a member of the GAA Club.

JOHN DIAZ

April 6, 1951

Ancon, Canal Zone

John was elected SA representative and he plays in a band.

DAVID DOHLE

July 20, 1950
St. Louis, Missouri

Dave participated in ROTC four years. He was on the drill team
two years and was drill team commander in his senior year.

LUIS DOMINGUEZ

December 23, 1950

Colon, R.P.

Luis was a member of the Caribe Club, the 21 Club, and served
the SA as a homeroom alternate and representative. He also partici-
pated in football and was in the ROTC.



GEORGE EGGER

January 20, 1951

Cristobal, Canal Zone

George earned three letters in football. He was on the track team
and was treasurer of the "C" Club. He participated in ROTC jungle
training and was a Battalion executive officer.

JACQUELINE R. EVANS

Volleyball, badminton, and basketball intramurals are on Jackie's
list of activities. She was also a sponsor for the ROTC.



GEORGE FAVORITE

March 27, 1951
Colon, R.P.

BRUCE FERREL

August 10, 1949
Tachikama, Japan

JERRY FINNEMAN

February 1, 1951
Minneapolis, Minnesota

JUDY ELIZABETH FONG

October 2, 1950
Colon, R.P.

Judy was a member of the Torrid Zone Wizards, the National
Honor Society, Caribe Club, French Club, the Language Lab Club,



and the GAA, holding office in several of the above. She was a Jr.
Class secretary-treasurer, Sr. Class editor on the Caribbean staff,
and on the decorating committee for the Jr.-Sr. Prom. She plans to
enter St. Marys College in Notre Dame, Indiana.

JIMMY FORD

June 25, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Jimmy was a member of the basketball team. He also was a mem-
ber of the French Club, Spanish Club, and the "C" Club. Jimmy
was chosen as Wittiest in the 1969 Hall of Fame. He plans to attend
college in Miami.



STEPHEN GABRIEL

March 29, 1951

Quincy, Massachusetts

Steve's extra curricular activities include: football (co-captain),
track, tennis, homeroom representative, class vice-president and
dance committees. Steve was voted Most Likely to Succeed by his
classmates.

GLORIA A. GALINDO

March 14, 1950

San Juan, Puerto Rico

DEBORAH ANN GARNER

February 22, 1951

Norristown, Pennsylvania

Debbie had a lead role in the play "The Curious Savage" and
also played in the team band where she received a letter of com-
mendation. During her junior year she took an active part in the
Powder Puff Football Game and received an award for completing
a minor in Russian. She plans to go to a college in Pennsylvania
and major in elementary education.

PHYLLIS JEAN GOLDEN

May 27, 1951

Ft. Clayton, Canal Zone

Nurse's Aides Club and the Pink Girls have gained enormous
help from Goldie during her sophomore and junior years. She has
also participated in the Safety Committee. After graduation she
plans to attend a nursing school in Miami, Florida.

MARY CAROLYN GONZALES

March 12, 1951

Tucson, Arizona

Speedy has been an athletic-minded person participating in
gymnastics, track, golf, diving, skiing, and horseback riding. Her
future plans include junior college in Los Angeles, California.

MICHAEL GREEN

February 25, 1951

Ancon, Canal Zone

Mike has participated in track and swimming. He lettered in foot-
ball and was a sergeant in the ROTC. He plans to attend Cana]
Zone College next year.

BARRY DEAN GREER III

July 20, 1950

Vernon, Texas

Barry's main interest is ROTC. He has been a member four
years and is presently a platoon leader and a 2nd Lt. He received
a Russian award and participated in tennis. Barry will attend a
college in Texas after graduation.

NANCY GREGORY

November 21, 1951

Panama City, Panama

Nancy was a member of the Yearbook Staff for two years and
presently is the Co-Editor. She has participated in the French and
Caribe Clubs, and the Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee. Nancy is a member
of the National Honor Society.

MICHAEL GUTIERREZ

April 29, 1950
Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Mike has been in the ROTC two years and is a squad leader.
He wants to attend college in Texas.

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MARIA LYDIA HANLY

April 8, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Mari's activities include "B" league basketball and volleyball.



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She also participates in cheerleading and is the captain. She has
been a member of the French, Caribe, and Language Clubs. During
her sophomore year she was class president. In her junior year,
vice-president of the SA and chairman for the Jr.-Sr. Prom. As a
senior she was "F" company sponsor. Mari was voted Miss CHS in
the 1969 Senior Hall of Fame.

JOAN ELIZABETH HEAD\

September 8, 1951

Olney, Illinois

Joan has attended two other high schools. They were Newton
Community High School and Salem Community High School. In
these schools she was a member of the chorus, dramatics club, the
science club, guidance club, pep club, student association, the Tri-Hi
and the cheerleading squad. Joan was also a Jr.-Sr. Prom attendant.

ROSE MARIE HEDMAN

March 23, 1950
Colon, R.P.

Rose has participated in Sports Day as a volleyball player. She
was voted Wittiest in the Senior Hall of Fame for 1969.

CHRISTINE ANN HERRING

June 4, 1951

Ancon, Canal Zone.

Chris was a member of the "A" league volleyball team and re-
ceived a letter in that sport. She was a member of the girls' drill
team, a senior representative, and a student assistant in the office.
Chris hopes to be an airline stewardess.

MARY FLORENCE HUFFMAN

June 17, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Mary was a member of the junior team for the Powder Puff
Football Game. She also worked on the Jr.-Sr. Prom in her junior
year. In her senior year she was a member of the Nurses' Aides
Club. Mary plans to attend a nursing school in New York.

BARBARA HUGHES

February 21, 1950

Coco Solo, Canal Zone

Barbara has participated in Sports Day every year that she has
attended CHS. She hopes to further her education in the United
States.

LINDA SUSAN HUSON

August 9, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Linda has participated in Sports Day and was a member of the
Powder Puff Football Game. Linda was a member of the Nurses'
Aides Club. She plans to attend college in Texas.

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MARVEL ALICIA IGLESIAS

April 26, 1951

Panama City, R.P.

Marvel is a member of the Spanish and Nurses' Aides Clubs.
She participated in the Powder Puff Football Game and was a mem-
ber of the French Club. Marvel hopes to become a secretary.

NORMAN IVILL

January 24, 1951

South Miami, Florida

Norman was a member of the Tradewind staff during his senior
year. He plans to attend Miami-Dade Junior College. His favorite
activity is hunting.



STEVEN MICHAEL JEFFRIES

May 25, 1951

Denver, Colorado

Steve had a leading role in two of Cristobal's dramatic produc-
tions, Inherit the Wind, and The Curious Savage. Steve was also a
guard on the football team in his senior year. He hopes to attend
Kings' Point Maritime Academy.

DORIS JOHNSON

January 18, 1949

Columbus, Ohio

Doris enjoys swimming and horse-back riding.

HERMON FREDERICK JOHNSON

October 5, 1951
Newton, Alabama

Hermon was a tackle on the football team. He plans to attend
Louisiana State University.



JO LYNN JONES

November 6, 1951

Munich, Germany

Jo came to CHS during her sophomore year. Since then she par-
ticipated in the Powder Puff Football Game, the Homecoming
Court, and the Nurses' Aides Club. Jo was a member of the Jr.-Sr.
Prom committee and Sadie Hawkins Dance committee. She hopes
to attend the University of Oklahoma.

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NIKITA GEORGIU KATTULAS

April 20, 1950

Colon, R.P.

Nikita came to CHS during his sophomore year. He has been an
active member of the French and Spanish Clubs for three years.
Nikita is interested in the field of medicine.

FRANK LAWRENCE KERLEY

April 1, 1951

Casilda, Cuba

Frank was a member of the football team during his senior year
as well as being an SA representative. He was on the wrestling team
in Weehawken High School, New Jersey. Frank's favorite activities
are football, basketball, and going to the beach. He would like
to join the Navy.

MARIA ELENA KERLEY

February 9, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Maria was a member of the cheerleading squad, an ROTC spon-
sor, Seniors co-editor of the yearbook, and was chosen Homecoming
Queen. She has participated in intramural sports and was a member
of the "B" league volleyball team during her sophomore year. She
has also participated in the Powder Puff Football Game. In the
Senior Hall of Fame, Maria was voted Best Dressed.

SHARON LUCILLE KILGORE

August 27, 1951

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sheri was a homeroom alternate during her junior year. She also
was a member of the junior team for the Powder Puff Football
Game, and was a member of the chorus for two years. She hopes
to become a psychiatrist or a social worker.

ANTHONY LEE KINGERY

August 27, 1951
Ronring Springs, Texas

Anthony was a member of the band for several years. He also
lettered in tennis in his junior year. Anthony likes to hunt and fish.

FRANK KNIGHT JR.

November 29, 1950
Ancon, Canal Zone



AUGUSTO LARA, JR.

September 28, 1950

Colon, R.P.

Augusto is very active in basketball. He was a member of the
Junior Varsity team in his sophomore year. He plans to attend
college in New Orleans and study business administration.

HAYDEE LATORRE

January 15, 1952

Quito, Ecuador

Haydee was class president during her sophomore year and a
member of the "A" honor roll. She would like to attend college in
Ecuador and become a secretary.

STEPHANIE ANNE LAWSON

January 25, 1951

Ancon, Canal Zone

Steph was secretary-treasurer during her junior year and treasurer
during her senior year. She has attended Canal Zone schools for
twelve years. She enjoys swimming, volleyball, water skiing, and
dancing. Steph was a member of the Nurses' Aides Club in her
sophomore year and a library assistant in her junior year. She was
also a member of the junior team in the Powder Puff Football
Game. She holds the position of Friendliest in the Senior Hall of
Fame.

DANIEL LEE

August 16, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Danny was treasurer of the SA during his senior year. He has



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been a member of the Caribe and French clubs for four years and
a member of the Spanish and Language Lab clubs for two years.
He was initiated into the National Honor Society during his junior
year and was vice-president during his senior year. Danny's favorite
activities are skin diving, swimming, and playing in a combo.

GERMAINE YVONNE LEMM

August 4, 1951

Panama City, R.P.

Germaine has participated in volleyball and basketball intramurals
for three years. She was a member of the volleyball and track teams
for Sports Day during her junior year. She has been a member of
the French Club for three years, and a member of the Spanish
and Caribe Clubs for two years. Germaine was also a member of
the Caribbean staff in her senior year, serving as Advertising editor
and Faculty co-editor.

SUSAN LORAINE LYMAN

March 19, 1951

Wenatchec, Washington

Sue is a member of the swimming team and has won numerous
awards for her great ability as a swimmer. She was on the decorating
committee for the Jr.-Sr. Prom and for the Christmas Formal. She
plans to attend college in the Canal Zone and is interested in
teaching.



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PHILIP ALAN MAHAN

May 21, 1951

Fort Riley, Kansas

Phil attended CHS for only his senior year. He is a member of
the Tradewind staff and lettered in football. Phil enjoys skin diving
and surfing and he would like to become a marine biologist.

ROLAND THOMAS MANS

October 19, 1951
New Orleans, Louisiana

Rolie plans to attend college. One of his favorite activities is
playing the guitar.

PETER FRANK MAROTTA

March 2, 1951

Paris, France

Pete has been in CHS for two years and was active in ROTC
as a 2nd Lt. He had a perfect attendance record during his sopho-
more and junior years. He was a member of the football team for
one year. Pete would like to become a pilot and join the Army.
He also looks forward to attending college in New York.

BILLIE RUTH MARSH

August 6, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Billie lettered in swimming, basketball, cheerleading, tennis, and
drill team. She was co-captain in the Powder Puff Football Game.
During her senior year Billie was elected homeroom representative
and vice-president of GAA, and she was also a member of the Caribe
Club. Billie plans to attend college and become an elementary
teacher. She was voted Most Athletic in the Senior Hall of Fame.

FRANKLIN ANTONIO MARTIN

October 6, 1949

Colen, R.P.

Frank has been a member of the 21 Club for two years and served
as president in his senior year. Frank was also commander of "F"
Company in ROTC. He was a member of the football team for one
year and was voted Friendliest in the Senior Hall of Fame.

JOHN DOUGLAS McLAIN

April 6, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Doug received the Cristobal Little Theater best actor award. He
had a role in Inherit the Wind, The Curious Savage, and Night of
January Sixteenth. He was president of the Thespians, a secretary
in the Caribe Club, a vice-president of the Torrid Zone Wizards,
and president of the Language Lab Club. He played in the band
for six years and was its president in his senior year. Doug was
voted Most Talented in the Senior Hall of Fame.

JAMIE KAREN MEEKER

December 14, 1950

Fort Worth, Texas

Jamie was a member of the Nurses' Aides Club for three years.
She held the positions of vice-president and historian of the club.
She participated in Sports Day in her junior year. Jamie wants to
attend college in Texas and become an elementary school teacher.



ROBERT CHARLES MILLER

October 28, 1950

Brooklyn, New York

Bob has been a member of the football team for two years and
lettered in that sport. He would like to attend a trade school and
become a mechanic.

LUELLA JANE MORALES

September 14, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Luella has taken part in "B" League and "A" League volleyball
during her sophomore and junior years. She received an award from
the Spanish Honor Society in her junior year.

EDMUND EUGENE MYERS

November 2, 1950

San Jose, Costa Rica

Ed has been an active member of the ROTC for three years.
He was a squad leader and a corporal during his senior year. His
main interest is music.





OLGA JOSEPHINE OLIVER

August 17, 1950

Ponce, Puerto Rico

Olga came to CHS in her senior year. She previously attended
Monmouthe Regional High in New Jersey. There she was a member
of the Color Guard Team and a cheerleading coach. She was also
a quarterback in the Powder Puff Game. Olga hopes to be an
airline stewardess.



GEORGE OTERO

August 8, 1950
Santurce, Puerto Rico



RODOLFO PARSONS

October 24, 1948

Panama City, R.P.

ROTC has been Chick's main activity. He was a member of "A"
company, a member of the rifle team for four years. Chick has
also participated in track. He would like to attend a technical
school.

WARREN C. PATTON

January 7, 1951

Colon, R.P.

In his sophomore year Warren was a homeroom representative.
He was a guard on the football team and "E" company com-
mander in ROTC during his senior year. Warren plans to attend
trade school in Oklahoma.

CHERYL ANN PINTO

November 25, 1948

Colon, R.P.

Cheryl has been an active member of the Spanish and Art clubs.
She won a prize in an art show during her junior year. Cheryl
was a member of the Caribbean, serving as Advertising co-editor.

BRIAN CAMERON PLAISANCE

March 6, 1951

Lawrence, Massachusetts

Brian received three letters in swimming. In his sophomore year,
he broke the Canal Zone record for the breaststroke. He broke his
own record in his junior year. Brian would like to pursue an
apprenticeship.

EDWARD CHARLES PORTIER

August 4, 1951
Djaharta, Indonesia

Since Ed's arrival at CHS he has been a member of the ROTC
and held the rank of a Pfc. He plans to attend college in the U.S.



R

OL1N RANDY RAINEY

October 25, 1950

Mobile, Alabama

Randy has been an active member of the ROTC. He is presently
an MI and a Staff-Sergeant. Randy plans to attend college after
graduation.



159



CARMEN MARIA REYES

March 21, 1951

Caquas, Puerto Rico

Carmen has participated in the Spanish Club and the Nurses'
Aides Club. She was also a halfback for the junior team at the
Powder Puff Game. Carmen hopes to be an army nurse.

ROSA LYDIA REYES

November 22, 1949

Caquas, Puerto Rico

Rosa has been a member of the Spanish Club for two years.
She was also in the Powder Puff Game. Rosa plans to be a beauti-
cian.

EMMA RACHEL RICE

March 1, 1951

Virgilina, Virginia

Rachel has been a member of the drill team, Caribe Club, Pink
Girls, Torrid Zone Wizards, and Nurses' Aides Club. She also par-
ticipated in after school intramurals and was a member of the
Powder Puff Qame. Rachel wishes to pursue a teaching career.

BRENDA ANN RICHARDSON

September 18, 1951

West Point, New York

Brenda is the secretary-treasurer of the Caribe Club. She worked
on the Jr.-Sr. Prom and participated in Girl's Sports Day. She was
initiated into the National Honor Society during her junior year and
is now serving as president. Brenda was voted Most Intellectual in
the Senior Hall of Fame. She plans to attend a college in North
Carolina.

RONALD JAMES ROBERTSON

November 18, 1951

Jim was on the honor roll in the previous school he attended in
California. Since his arrival at CHS he has been on the Tradewind
staff. Jim hopes to attend Canal Zone College.

MALENA ROMERO

May 13, 1951
Toyko, Japan
Malena's hobbies are reading, drawing, and sewing.

ENRIQUE ROSANIA

March 3, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Enrique was a member of the Caribe Club and the Spanish Club
for three years. He was also a member of the Language Lab Club
for two years. He also participated in basketball intramurals.



MARY SASSO

October 27, 1950
Panama, R.P.

KAY SMITH
March 13, 1950
Eufaula, Alabama

Kay was an office assistant for two years. She plans to attend
Junior College in South Carolina.

RONNIE SMITH

March 31, 1949
Eufaula, Alabama

Ronnie was on the football team for three years and the baseball
team two years.

STEPHEN SMITH

November 13, 1950
Norwood, Massachusetts

MICHAEL SPRINGER

March 30, 1951

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mike participated in football at CHS.

SYLVIA STIEBRITZ

August 15, 1950

Columbus, Ohio

Sylvia was a member of the band and the Nurses' Aides Club
during her freshman and sophomore years. She was also a library
assistant and is presently an office assistant. Sylvia would like to
attend a college in Florida.

RICHARD BOADE SWAIN
June 18, 1951
Oakland, California
Richard's sports activities include football, swimming, and tennis.



He took part in the Thespian plays: And Then There Were None,
Inherit the Wind, and Night of January 16th. His hobbies are boat-
ing, skin diving, and riding motorcycles.



GAYE TREFF

March 30, 1951
San Antonio, Texas

Gaye's extra curricular activities are: FHA, GAA, Latin Club, Pep
Club, Dance Team, Tennis, water polo, Ski Club, and bowling team.



WALTER VAMPRINE JR.

August 28, 1950
New Orleans, Louisiana

Football was Walter's main activity. He won a letter in his junior
and senior year.



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HAROLD R. WALKER

February 22, 1951
Waycross, Georgia

Ronnie enjoys baseball, swimming, scuba diving, football, and
reading.

MARGERY WARD

November 12, 1951

Key West, Florida

Margie participated in Sports Day and in the Powder Puff Foot-
ball Game. She was a member of the Nurses' Aides Club and the
Pink Girls. She also was a member of the band. Her hobby is horse-
back riding. Margie plans to attend Canal Zone College.

CARYN WATSON

February 18, 1951
Louisville, Kentucky

Caryn was an S.A. alternate during her junior year. Her hobbies
include volleyball and bowling.

GERALD WEIGLE

March 13, 1951

Colon, R.P.

Jerry was very active in all sports. He was the Freshman Class
president and S.A. representative for two years. Jerry is a member
of the "21" Club, and the "C" Club.

FRANJE MARIE WHEELER

April 25, 1950

Colon, R.P.

Marie was the Jamboree Queen this year and was voted Best
Looking in the 1969 Hall of Fame. She was a member of the Girls
Drill Team and also participated in the Powder Puff Football
Game. Marie would like to become an aviation secretary.

BETTY MARIE WILKINSON

April 17, 1951

West Point, Georgia

Betty was a membej of the Future Business Leaders of America,
Future Teachers of Amreica and the Future Homemakers of Ameri-
ca. She would like to attend Auburn University.

GARY WILL

November 27, 1951
Colon, R.P.

Gary was a member of the football team four years. He also
was a member of the "C" Club.



JOHN ZIZIC

October 21, 1949

Yugoslavia

John was a member of the Spanish Club and participated in ROTC.
He also was a member of the track team, winning 1st place in
the shot put.



160



We've come to sing a praise,

A hearty cheer to raise

For the school we love so dear,

Our own Cristobal High.

We'll honor her name, increase her

fame,
Through the passing years 'twill be

the same.

She's the best on the Zone, she's

second to none
And we're proud to claim her for our

own,
Our very own.
North, east, south, west, we've found

her best,
Our own Cristobal High.




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Cristobal, Canal Zone




Compliments
of




"ITALIA" SOCIETA' PER AZIONI Dl NAVIGAZIONE GENOVA



ALDAO



Panama Hat Store

55 Front Street
Colon



CASA BEE'S

B. T. MAYANI S.A.



P.O. Box 336 Tel. 7-5070



167



Jean D'Albret "Ecusson"

Nina Ricci "L'Air du Temps"

Worth "Je Reviens"

Millot "Crepe de Chine"

Molina rd ' Habanita

Castillo "Lady de Castillo"

A few famous names and famous fragrances from famous per-
fume manufacturers of Paris found in a small spot in Colon
ridiculously named

GENERAL SUPPLY CO.

Our Prices Are Ridiculous Too!
COME SEE US

Between I Oth and Nth and Balboa Avenue



Compliments
of

FRANK ULLRICH
FOUNDATION



Compliments
of

CARLOS* BEAUTY SHOP

Hotel Washington

Tel. 7-0721

AIR CONDITIONED

Make Your Appointments
By Phone



Compliments
of

JOHN SURANY

Colon, R.P.



168




Compliments
of




ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP COMPANY







Compliments
of








TROPICAL RADIO
TELEGRAPH CO.

Cristobal, C.Z.



169




SWISS

JEWELRY

STORE

I Ith and Front

Street
P. O. Box 447

(Across from the New
Railroad Station)



CHARLES PERRET, S.A.
General Agent for Omega and Tissot Watches in

The Republic of Panama
Colon, R. P.



Congratulations to the Senior Class
from

COMPANIA MARITIMA
ITURRALDE # S.A.

Apartado 1737, Colon, Rep. of Panama







J



CAPT. FRANK V. KERLEY, Treasurer




MIDO CHRONOMETER
A Masterpiece of Precision

Each Mido self-winding Chronometer has success-
fully passed the scientific regulating tests of the
Swiss Institute for Official Watch Timekeeping Tests.

JOYERIA CASULLO

Avenida de Frente No. 45
Tel. 7-0848
Colon, R. P.



170




BOYD BROTHERS

STEAMSHIP
AGENCIES, LTD.



Royal Mail Lines Bldg.

Cristobal

Canal Zone



Compliments
of

MUEBLERIA LA UNICA

8th Street Front Avenue
Colon



Compliments
of

J. J. PALOMERAS, S.A.

THE FRENCH BAZAR
Colon



MODAS AR1BEL

Ave. Bolivar 9134
Colon, R. P.

Donde Su Presu Puesto
Estara Siempre A Nivel



COTTON LINEN


IMPORTS


WOOL


BROCADES


AND


SILK




EXPORTS




ALMACEN MARACAIBO




The Best and the First






in Materials






10th St. Bolivar Ave.






Colon





171




Compliments
of



MOTTA



Colon
Free Zone



Compliments
of

INTERNACIONAL DE LICORES
S.A.



Canal Zone Liquor Sales

Largest Assortment of

Scotch Whiskies,

Rums, Cognacs

Gin and Liqueurs



COLON

9th Front Street

(Old Railroad Station)

Telephones:
7-1163
7-1056



PANAMA

(Across from the
National Stadium)

Telephones:

5-1613 5-0181

5-0182



Compliments
of

SHERING

Colon, Free Zone



IMPRENTA


COLON


Experiencia y


Puntualidad


Nos Acredita




Tel. 7-3135


Colon,


R. P.


Apdo.


943





172



Compliments
of



C.B. FENTON & CO.



C. B. FENTON
SHIPPING
AGENCY



Cristobal
Canal Zone



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Mot@l v





Compliments
of

COLON
TOURS



I Ith Street
Front Ave.



CONRADO D. YOUNG S.

ANDREW LIM

GLADYS DE KOZIOL

ALONSO PRECIADO



173



Compliments
of

FRANK'S BARBER
SHOP



Compliments
of

HENRIQUEZ COMPANY



Compliments
of



C. W. FERNIE and CO.



Cristobal,
Canal Zone






1. L MADURO, JR.




Free Zone




SONY AKAI SANSUI YASH1CA




STEREO COMPONENTS



174



Best Wishes

NORTON, LILLY & CO. INC.

Steamship Agents and
Operators

United Fruit Co. Bldg.
Room 102, 2nd Floor
Cristobal, Canal Zone



Compliments
of

A
FRIEND



Compliments
of

BAZAR J. ASSANDAS

101 15 Bolivar Ave.



Best Wishes
of

BOUTIQUE ELEGANCE

I I th and Balboa Ave.

Telephone 7-6160

Colon, R. P.



Compliments
of

PEIKARD



Located in Colon Free Zone



P




Mow u





175



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Offers You

The Best in Assorted

Products

ARROW JANTZEN JAYSON
MANHATTAN BUXTON HICKOK-
SWANK YARDLEY OLD SPICE-
ENGLISH LEATHER SAMSONITE
KAYSER MAIDENFORM
ELIZABETH ARDEN
BUTTERICK PATTERNS

9th and Bolivar Avenue
Colon, Republic of Panama

Telephones

7-1233 or 7-2413



P.O.


Box


800


jgj Tel.


7-0311


Colon, R.


P.


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"ELITE"


FLOWER SHOP






9th


and Froni

We M<
for


Street Colon, R. of

ake Arrangements
All Occasions


P.





Compliments






STUART S.A.






Imports Exporters




COLON


FREE ZONE


PANAMA


7-0641


7-3133


22-6678


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Compliments
of

FORD, LARA

Y

CIA



INTERNATIONAL REFORWARDERS

Colon Free Zone
Colon, R. P.



\1o



Congratulations to the
Class of 1969




For 40 years 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



WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINE

1.002 Nth Street Colon, R.P.
Telephones Cristobal 3-2992
Colon 7-1980



177




UNITED FRUIT COMPANY



Cristobal, Canal Zone



178




PAN CANAL YACHT CLUB

Cristobal, Canal Zone



Shop


at Sears and S<


ive




Sears




Front


Ave. 8031 Tel. 7-
Colon


1132



LA


ISLA DE


CUBA


Tel. 7-0400


Box 678




9th and 10th


Street




Bolivar Ave.




Colon, R.


P.


An


Extensive S


upply of


Silk,


Linens, and


Cottons


and


Simplicity


Patterns



Telephone 7-4945
Box 747

No. 7022 Front

Street
Colon, R. of P.



BIRHAR'S BOUTIQUE

Perfumes Dresses Lingeries
* Sports Clothes





Tel. 7-3482


LA


DEMOCRACIA


Between


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Avenue Opposite Banco




Nacional




Colon, R. P.



179



CARLTON DRY CLEANERS

We Offer One Hour Service

With Our Modern Dry Cleaning

Equipment.

WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED

Tel.: 7-1935

Branch Store 7-0061



Best Wishes
from

JACKSON STEAM LAUNDRY

Tel. 7-3353 16th St. and

Central Ave.
Colon, R. P.



Do Not


Read


This Ad




Unless You Want to


Know Wr


ere


to Buy at


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* Embroidered


Linens




* Carved Furnitures


* Brassware


CASA


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"J" Street




10th and


Balboa


Panama, Tel. 62-2215




Colon, Tel.


7-3576



SALAZAR
DRUG STORE

10th and Front Sts.
Colon, R. P.

Prescriptions Carefully
Compounded and Serviced








Compliments
of



CANAL

ZONE

POLICE



Cristobal,
Canal Zone



180



Best Wishes
From




CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE
LODGE NO. 1542



Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks



181




Compliments of the

FRENCH LINE



MAVIS BEAUTY SHOPPE

Every Phase of Permanent Waving

Coiffures of Tomorrow
for the Women of Today



THE CARIBBEAN STAFF

Wishes to thank the advertisers for their support offered to
our yearbook. We hope that the readers of this book will
patronize our advertisers. We also wish to thank Fotografica
Panama, the Army photographers, and the Taylor Publishing
Company for their part in making this yearbook possible.



182



INDEX



Abresch. Ernest 118, 119

Adams. Jean E. 57. 146

Adams, Nedelda F. 56

Administration 128

Agee, Robert 152

Alberga, Cecilia C. 12. 72, 133

Alberga. Charlene M. 29, 83, 125

Alberga. Charles E. 59

Alcala, Nelly D. 60

Alexaitis Jr., John J. 58

Alfalla. Lynn 54

Allen. Brian W. 47, 114

Allen. Joanne G. 130

Allen. Stephen G. 12, 78, 82, 117, 141

Allickson. John H. 57

Allickson, Patrick J. 39

Allickson, Paulette 55

Alonis, Jay J. 39

Anton. Marta N. 47

Aponte. Julio J. 39

Aponte, Stephen L. 55, 59, 134

Aponte Jr.. Thomas 47, 60

Art Club 107

Assandas. Kishu S. 12, 104, 133

Atkinson. Christi A. 47

Atkinson. Kevin V. 59

Austin. D. 56, 59

Austin. Patricia Y. 39. 45, 97, 124, 125,
140

B

Baas. Christina 76

Baitel. Paul 47, 114

Baker. Carol L. 59

Baker, Darlene A. 56

Baker. Glen W. 47. 60

Banks. Barbara J. 47, 122, 135

Barger. Daryn L. 29, 83, 102

Barger, Donna L. 29, 83, 102

Barger. Michael D. 47

Barr, James A. 60

Barr. Robert E. 39

Barragan. Lucinda G. 12. 18, 21

Barraza. Evelyn M. 58

Barraza. Jimmy 46, 47

Bassett. Barbara A. 29, 105, 134

Bassett, Jean L. 39, 41, 135

Beall. Robert G. 12.117,153

Beall. Richard W. 47

Belanger, Monty 113



Belgrave, Genevieve M. 55, 59

Belhumeur. Elsie E. 47

Bello. Holly R. 47, 56

Bensen, Christophe L. 60

Bensen. Donald K. 12, 114, 117, 121

Bensen, Jay H. 12, 114. 117, 118, 119

Bensen, Richard 55

Berger, Robert 55, 59, 148

Bernardo. Tomas S. 58

Berry, Frank D. 79

Betcher, Barbara A. 47

Bjorneby. Jan T. 39, 83, 121, 125

Bjorneby, Michael M. 60

Blanchette, Gerianne M. 47, 48, 139

Blanchette, Mitchell J. 29, 112, 113, 118,
119

Blanchette, Paula T. 57

Blevins, Elizabeth 39, 41, 72, 79

Blevins, Harry W. 39, 117

Bliss, Sharon 29

Bloemer, Barbara 60

Bloemer Jr.. Robert J. 47, 122

Bloomberg. William R. 38, 39, 72, 90,
91, 114, 134

Bock, Richard L. 118

Bock, Richard W. 29, 142

Bock, Robin T. 55

Boone, Lana G. 38, 39, 92, 93, 100, 191

Boone, Maria E. 47, 122, 123

Booth, Richard 47, 122, 123

Borja, A. 58

Borja Jr.. Lorraine L. 39, 83, 134

Borrero, Ellientte 56, 59

Borsellino, Henry D. 47

Boseman, Vivian V. 39

Boswell, Debra A. 47

Boyland, Charlotte P. 56

Boyland, Rita C. 47

Bradley. Barbara J. 12, 21, 83, 86, 89,
98, 99, 100, 142

Bradley, Betty L. 56

Brandenburg. Harold A. 12, 77, 78, 80,
85, 89, 96, 112, 119, 120, 121, 189

Brandenburg. Janet L. 47, 51, 79, 140

Bravo, Jose 58, 141

Brianes. S. 60

Bright. Adamary A. 151

Bringas Jr.. Edward 134

Brock, Linda M. 47

Brooks. Kenneth S. 13. 14. 18, 73, 85,

89, 96. 99, 142, 153
Brown, Amber L. 57
Brown. Bruce E. 104
Brown. Carlos E. 47



Brown. Debra S. 58

Brown. Kathleen A. 56

Brown, Melinda A. 57

Brown, Patrice S. 56

Brown, Stephen L. 29

Burgess. Kathryn R. 39, 83, 135

Burza, John R. 13, 69, 86, 99, 100

Business Education 133

Butler, Carmen L. 39, 42, 100, 104, 105

Butler, James 28, 100, 152, 153, 191

Butler III. Thomas J. 29

Byrd, Donald P. 38, 39, 44, 90, 91

Byrd, Mary A. 60

Byrum. Robert E. 38, 39



"C" Club 96

Cabrera, Rosita M. 13, 104

Calderon. Luis 47

Calendar of Events 84

Cantu, David A. 13, 77, 96, 118, 119

Carey. Deborah A. 59

Carey. Harry H. 13, 18, 34, 78, 81, 96,
117, 120, 189

Carey. L'Nore P. 29, 124, 183
Caribbean Boosters 190
Caribbean Staff 92, 191
Caribe Club 100, 149
Carlisle, Catherine E. 47. 79, 82, 90,
106. 146

Carlisle, John W. 28. 29, 73, 91, 96,
100, 106, 114. 152, 153, 191

Carlo. Luis V. 29

Carrasco. Zoila I. 13, 18, 104

Carter, Daniel H. 46, 47, 114, 122

Carwithen, Edward R. 60, 135

Casasbuenas, Hernan M. 59

Cash. Carol A. 29

Cash, Mary K. 47, 107

Castro, Harry 13, 77, 88, 89, 96, 112

Castro. Raul 39, 92, 107, 118, 119

Caudill, Cheryl L. 47. 79

Caudill. Jay A. 48

Cease, Cynthia L. 39, 124

Cease. Kathy A. 48

Cedeno, Gilda R. 13, 69, 80, 81, 82, 88,

92, 93. 99, 100, 104, 189, 191
Cedeno, Leighton F. 48
Cedeno. Maria A. 28, 29, 100, 104
Cedeno. Mattews A. 29, 133
Chacon. T. 59
Cheerleaders 82
Chen. Basilio 44 jg^



Chen, Gerald P. 13, 143

Cheshire. Deborah 18. 122

Chin. Daniel M. 60

Chipsen, Omar J. 11. 72. 99, 143

Chong, Albert 1 1. 69, 98, 99, 100, 143

Choquette, Stephen M. 60

Christian. Charlie M. 55

Christian. Debra L. 2'). 35. 124

Christian, Joseph Y. 60

Christian. Patty A. 39

Christian. Rosemary 39. 124

Cimino, Elizabeth L. 59

Cintron. Robert A. 57

('lemons. Connie L. 1!!. 122

Clemons Jr.. Eulus C. 55

Clement. Caleb C. 40. 96. 114. 117. 122

Clinic 130

Clough. Rogelio M. 14. 18

Coffin. Gerald F. 57

Coffin. Marjorie L. 20. 122, 124

Coggins. Gail 57

Cole. Fred 40

Cole. Roberta A. 48. 51. 124

Coleman. Alexis A. 60

Coleman. Cheryl A. 48

Collazo. William 57

Collins. Gary L. 40

Collins. Mark D. 48. 79. 121

Colpe, Kathleen 57

Condon. Mary L. 148

Cooke. Adele 58. 146. 147

Cottrell. Cindy 48

Cow ley. Lawrence A. 28. 142

Cox. Christophe R. 120

Cox. Jeannette R. 40. 92. 93. 102, 104.

191
Creative Arts 134. 135

Cronan, Joseph M. 29. 96, 117, 118.
119. 120

Cross. Stephen D. 29. 122
Crouch. Alice 30. 72. 134, 135
Crouch. Anne 54
Crouch. Marian 56
Crowell. D. 58
Cummings. Ivette 48. 139
Cummings, Leland J. 58
Cummings, Richard 14
Cummings, Walter 60
Cummings, Wanda 58
Cummings, Wilfred 40
Cummings, William V. 40
Currier, Karen L. 18. 51. 79. 82.
121. 124



D



Daniel. Emilie P. 48, 122, 123, 134

Daniels. C. 58

Daniels, Mario Brigitte 30. 135

Danielsen, Kathie M. 58

Davis. Alvaro A. 1 1

Davis. Richard C. 48. 70

Dedeaux. Louis F. 77, 112. 114, 115.
117. 145

Deaton, Ted E. 57

Deaton Jr., William M. 48

De Jesus, Edgar 30. 120

De Jesus Jr.. Ruperto 137

De Lapp. Cyril D. 30. 72, 147

Dempsey, Glenda L. 14. 125. 134. 135

De Raps. Brian G. 58

De Raps. Kathleen A. 10. 135

Diaz. David R)

Diaz. John H. 15, 72

Diaz. Pedro 40

Dimarino, J. 60

Dockerv. Kathleen 30. 97. 121. 122.
123. 124. 125

Dohle. David P. 15

Dohle. Evangeline K. 30

Dohle. Jane K. 58

Domeneck. Luis R. 30

Dominguez. Luis J. 15

Dosser, Debra F. 57

Dosser. Earl L. 90

Dosser. Sharon E. 98

Douglas. John N. 58

Dowell. Albert C. 30. 114. 117. 121

Dowell, Harry W. 55

Dramatic Club 106

Drill Team 150. 153

Duncan. Deborah L. 30. 124. 125



Edmondson. Nancy C. 46, 48, 72. 105.
121. 121. 139

Egger. Brenda J. 18

Egger, George E. 15. 81. 85, 96. 114

Elizondo. Laureen 30

Endara. Sheila E. 104

Ender. Joseph A. 55

Ender, Ralph 40

English 136. 137

Escribano. Ileana 48. 56

Escribano. Nelson 30. 72. 96. 1 14. 1 17.

118, 120. 121, 122. 123
Estela. Sonia 1. 18
Evans. Jacqueline R. 15. 89. 152. 153



Damiani. Gu\ 60
184



Falk, Rodnev A. 58



Faris Jr.. Ernest E. 15, 108. 153

Faris. Marie O. 60

Farnsworth, Allen E. 38. 40

Fattorosi, Louis F. 136

Fattorosi. Margaret C. 144

Ferguson, Daniel W. 44

Ferguson. Robert B. 136. 189

Fernandez. Robert D. 59

Ferrel, Bruce A. 15, 18, 122

Ferrel. Clifford R. 48

Fleckenstein. Brian J. 31. 153

Fleckenstein, J. 56. 59

Flores. Wendy M. 40, 83

Fong. Judy E. 15. 89. 97. 98. 99, 100,
104, 143, 191

Font. AidaE. 31,60

Font. Marie M. 40. 135

Font, R. 57

Ford. Jaime B. 16. 89. 104, 112, 113

Foreign Languages 138. 139

Forsythe. Edward J. 31. 68, 134

Foscalina, Michael R. 48

French Club 104

Freshman Class Officers 46

Freshman-Sophomore Brawl 79

Fudala, Ingrid 55

Fugleberg. Stephan H. 48

Funderburk. John B. 40. 114



Gabriel. Clifford J. 58

Gabriel. Jane E. 97. 125

Gabriel, Stephen C. 16. 78, 81, 86. 89,
96. 121

Galindo. D. 57

Gallager. Paul C. 40

Garner, Deborah A. 16, 22, 88, 90, 106

Gainer. Mardette J. 48, 83, 134

Gates. Lisa J. 56. 59

Gattis, JoeT. 31. 91

Geer. Gloria J. 31. 102. 133,134

Gegg. Anne D. 100, 104, 138

Geigel Jr.. Angel R. 55

Gentile. Ronald F. 60. 142

Gercich. Catherine A. 40

Gercich. !\ina M. 56

Gewin, Jimmy 46. 48

Gibson. Brenda 41. 107, 134

Gibson. Mark 57

Gilbert. Mary E. 48

Gillespie. William A. 47, 48, 114, 134

Girls Athletic Association 97

Girls Drill Team 83

Glavas Jr.. Frank 31. 37, 191



Glidewell, Steve 57

Goebertus. Cornelius H. 57

Goguen. Gregory P. 48. 122

Goguen. Lynne E. 48

Golden, Edward N. 134

Golden. Phyllis 16,21,91,108

Golden. Sharon L. 41. 134

Goldman, Henry A. 55, 59. 118, 141

Gonzales. Ann 48, 56, 82

Gonzales. E. 58

Gonzales. Mary C. 16, 56

Gonzalez. Ada 48

Gonzalez, Olga H. 58

Gonzalez, Ruth 49

Gooch. Bobbie E. 60

Gooch. Deborah E. 49. 79, 91, 106, 134

Gosney, Debbie 49, 56

Graham. Donna M. 49, 79, 106

Granadino, Ana M. 59

Gray. James R. 31. 37, 91, 100, 121,
134

Green. Daniel J. 59

Green. Michael P. 16. 96. 117, 118, 124,
141

Green, Zan W. 49

Greene, Michele E. 31, 97, 125

Greer, Barry D. 16, 121

Gregg. Eugene T. 148

Gregg, Marian L. 49. 124

Gregg, Nancy E. 60, 104

Gregory, Nancy 17. 21, 92, 93, 99, 100,
104, 191

Grier, Barbara A. 49

Griffin, Allen D. 132, 189

Grissom, Debra D. 49

Guidance 131

Gurtiza, Gay 55, 59

Gussow, Carla 49, 53, 79, 135

Gutierrez, Michael J. 17, 21

Gutierrez. Patricia 41



H



Hale. Douglas E. 31, 120
Hale, Linda 44
Hall of Fame 85
Hamilton. Francisco R. 57

Hanlv. Maria L. 14, 17, 76. 80. 81. 82.

85, 97, 99, 100, 104, 133
Hanly. Mark S. 49
Hannah, John M. 40
Harden. Karan D. 57
Harmon, Allen S. 39. 41, 106
Harris. Joan F. 124, 125, 144
Harris, Thomas 60
Hartman. Barbara A. 46



Hartman. Walter 54

Hartshorn. Kimberly R. 59

Hauke, Diane F. 38. 39. 41, 45, 90, 102,
104, 106. 1 14

Hauke, Patricia A. 49, 91, 106, 135

Hayden. Michael J. 57

Hayden, Patricia I. 41

Heady, Brian D. 57

Heady, Joan E. 17

Heady, Paul H. 41

Hedman, Larry D. 41

Hedman, Rose M. 17

Heishman. Gale A. 49

Heishman, Robert F. 60

Helmerichs, Cinda K. 31, 83, 135

Hepner, Ralph D. 55, 134

Herborn, Peter M. 77, 112, 118, 119,

148
Heres, Isaac 41
Hermanson, Vernon R. 49
Hernandez, Raymond A. 60
Hernandez. Troy L. 60
Herrera, Anthony 41, 56
Herring, Christine A. 17
Herring, Joseph A. 49
Herring, Mark S. 41
Hess, Kathleen F. 49
Hess, Linda 60
Hickey Jr., Joseph L. 31
Hieronymus, Paul 72, 146
Highley, Federick J. 41
Hill II, Kenneth W. 49
Hill, Patricia A. 49, 83, 135
Hirons, Ann F. 31, 152, 153
Hodgson, Linda L. 56
Hogan, Patrick H. 49
Holland, Dionne M. 49, 146
Holland, Eugene C. 31, 105
Holleyman, Jeri L. 49. 79, 91, 106, 125,

134
Holloway, Jesse C. 141
Home Economics 140
Homecoming Dance 80. 81
Hood, Robin G. 41
Horn. Nancy E. 56
Housley, Jean M. 31. 33, 68, 125
Howard. Bridget C. 31
Howard, Telma R. 50. 102
Howell. Roy E. 46. 68, 142
Huebner. Karl 69, 142
Huff. Linda E. 55
Huffman, Mary F. 17
Huffman. William H. 49. 114, 117
Hughes. Barbara L. 17
Hughv. Davine 44. 134
Hull. Randolph S. 31. 96, 114. 117, 118



Huson, Linda S. 18
Huson, Nancy 41, 72, 102
Hutchinson, Scott C. 31

I

Iglesias, Marvel A. 18
lilies, Stephanie B. 40, 41, 135
Ilund, June C. 49, 79, 106
Ilund, Walter L. 121
Industrial Arts 141

Irion, Brandt F. 31. 91, 96, 114, 144,

191
Irion, Eric T. 41
Irion, Leif R. 58, 189
Ivill. Barbara A. 31, 134
Ivill, Norman N. 18, 89
Izquierdo. Darryl E. 31, 37, 121, 134



Jacobs, Ronald 148

Jaketic, Debbie 134

Jamboree 78

Janosik. Jan 57

Jeffries, Douglas L. 49, 114, 121

Jeffries, Michael L. 120

Jefferies. Paul J. 77, 141

Jefferies. Steven M. 18. 90, 106, 118,
120, 147

Jenne, K. 59
Jimenez, Jenny 60
Jimenez. Julia E. 49
Jimenez. W. 56
Johnson, Elvira A. 32
Johnson, Gayle M. 136
Johnson. Mike 120
Johnson Jr.. Hermon F. 18
Johnson. Joan 59
Johnson. William E. 42
Johnston. Joan 49
Johnston. Roger D. 49
Jones. Jo L. 18, 80. 81
Jones, Karen C. 56
Jordi, Paulette 46. 49
Junior Prom 76
Junior Class Officers 28
Junkin. Marcia A. 49, 51

K

Kattulas. NikitasG. 19. 104

Kaufer. Ana V. 68. 149

Kaufer, Sandra A. 59

Kaufman. David L. 42 |gg



Kennedy, Rhonda 48, 49, 82

Kerley. Frank L. 19, 72, 114

Kerley, Maria E. 19, 69, 80, 81, 82, 85,
89, 92, 151, 152, 189, 191

Kern. Sherry 42

Kessler, Michele 57

Kienzle, Anne R. 32, 37, 90, 91, 92, 100,
106, 191

Kilgore, Sharon L. 19, 91, 124, 125

Kingery, Anthony L. 19, 121

Kingery, Frances E. 50, 55

Kinglow, Cristina 42

Kinglow, Estela J. 42

Klasovsky, Antonia M. 42

Knight, Kathleen 50, 135

Koslowsky, Donna J. 50

Koziol, Edwin M. 135, 191

Kredell, Marian C. 50, 51, 121, 124

Kredell, Mark J. 32, 77, 118, 119

Kredell, Thomas G. 42

Kresge, Richard A. 42

Kunkel, James 32, 91



Langston, Beverly J. 50

Language Lab Club 105

Lara Jr., Augusto 19

Lasher, Christian A. 57

Latorre, Haydee M. 19

Lauritzen, Ann M. 42

Lawson, Stephanie A. 19, 87

Layton. C. 57

Le Circle Francais 104

Le Doux, William E. 122

Lee, Daniel 19, 73, 89, 98, 99, 100, 104,
105, 143

Lee, Luis A. 32

Lee, Victor 60

Legrand, Evelyne M. 32, 97, 104, 105,
121. 124. 125

Lemm. Germaine Y. 20, 92, 100, 104,
191

Letterman's Banquet 77

Library 132

Lindo, Rodrigo 38. 42

Link. Emma L. 42

Litton. Brent 120

Litton, Douglas B. 115, 117, 120, 145

Lloyd, A. 57

Loizeaux. Christy 46. 50, 72, 105, 122,
134

Loizeaux, Scot H. 134
Lopez, Catherine A. 32
Lopez, Larry 133
Lopez, Louis B. 50
186



Love, Brian K. 60

Loyd Jr.. Charles C. 32

Lund, Shelley M. 42, 79, 97

Lyman, Deborah J. 32, 122, 123

Lyman, Hila P. 32, 122, 123

Lyman, Mounyen M. 56

Lyman, Sue L. 20, 89, 122, 123, 152

M

Maeda, Dennis M. 56

Maedl, Carl F. 61, 129, 152, 189

Mahan, Cynthia L. 50

Mahan, Philip A. 20, 114, 117, 189

Mahan, Ronald L. 50, 114, 118, 119,
153

Mahan, Suzanne 50, 122, 123

Majorettes 83

Mans, Donald J. 50

Mans, Roland T. 20

Marcano, Edwin F. 58

Marcello, Elizabeth 148

Marek, Leslie L. 28, 32, 37, 73, 90. 100,
106, 149, 191

Marks, Mario N. 50

Marotta, Peter F. 20, 69, 151

Marquard, John F. 50

Marsh, Billie R. 20, 73, 76, 82, 85, 89,
92, 121, 122, 123, 125, 135, 191

Marsh, Edythe S. 57

Marsh, Ester M. 60

Martin, Franklin A. 20, 68, 87

Martin, John H. 42

Martin, S. 60

Martinez, Ivette 32

Martinez, Jaime 44

Martinez, Joseph C. 50

Martinez, Oscar 50

Mason, Emma Louise 55, 146

Mathematics 142

Math and Science Quiz 142

Matthews, William R. 55

Maxwell, Dennis P. 42, 38

Maxwell, Elena C. 56

May, Theresa K. 57

Mayes, Jeannette E. 32, 33, 83

Mayes, Ronald G. 55

Maynard, Donna L. 57

Mazzoni, Bernard R. 142, 143

McCoy, H. 58

McCullough, Robert E. 57, 108, 148

McDonnel, Jo 130

McDonnell, Margaret S. 33

McFadden, Jimmy D. 50, 134

McFarlan, R. 57



McGilberry, Kathleen 50

McGoff. Patricia 56

Mclntyre, Elicia V. 32

McLain. John D. 20. 88, 90, 100, 106,
134, 191

McLain, Judy A. 38, 42, 91, 102

McLean, Sarah L. 42, 105

McNaughton. Drummond 59

McNaughton, Elizabeth C. 56, 140

Meadows, Pamela A. 33

Meehan, Dorothy 133, 138

Meeker, Debra S. 60

Meeker, Jamie K. 20, 80, 81, 89

Meeker, III, John W. 50, 72

Meisinger, Michael J. 28, 33, 100

Mendez. Arnaldo L. 50

Menges, Judith L. 56

Merrick, Karen R. 57

Meyer, Molly 136

Miller. Linda E. 55

Miller, Robert C. 21, 114

Milligan, Kathryn M. 42

Mims, C. 59

Minehart, Daniel E. 57

Minehart, Michael I. 50

Montano. Gregorio M. 33

Moody, Barbara G. 58

Moore, Jane L. 59

Morales, Luella J. 21, 124

Morrison, Brenda K. 33, 102, 147

Mosby, Faye W. 56

Mowery, Robert L. 131

Mulcahy, Susan D. 50

Munoz, Manuel A. 50, 60

Munoz. Rosa L. 59

Myers. Edmund E. 21

Myers. Robert 43



N



Nabors. Jeanie 140

Naron. Karin S. 57

National Honor Society 98, 99

Neihardt, Nelson R. 50

Newman, Linda S. 33, 92, 132, 191

Newman. Patricia A. 33, 191

Nieves, Dionisia 33, 102, 104, 105, 134

Noli. Rogelio D. 50

Nordstrom. Robert A. 57

Norman. James D. 38, 146

Norval, Anne C. 50

Norval, Mary J. 91, 106, 135

Novak, Robert K. 33. 114, 117, 189

Nurses' Aides 102







Oberholtzer. Russell A. 33, 91, 105. 106,
134

Office Staff 130

Oliva, P. 60

Olivari Jr., Pedro 43

Oliver, Olga J. 21

Oliver Jr., Ricardo 33, 43

Olsen, Beverly 50, 122, 123, 134, 144

Olsen, Don 43, 45, 122, 123, 134

Olsen, S. 60

Ormsbee. Lindell E. 57

Ortiz, Carmen D. 50

Ortiz, Oscar V. 33, 114, 121, 139, 152

Ortiz. W. 60

Oster, Stanley A. 51

Otero. Arturo 55

Otero, George A. 21

Otero, Hilda I. 43



Pace. Calvin D. 60

Pace, Lorraine 58, 59

Paine, Patricia J. 46, 51

Pamales, R. 58

Palmer, Louise G. 51, 79, 143

Palmer, Mary Ann K. 59

Palumbo, Luke C. 77, 131, 189

Palumbo, Luke T. 147

Parker, A. 56

Parker, Marc K. 51

Parker, Jackie 51, 82

Parker, Patti G. 43, 135

Parker. Richard L. 59

Parson, Margaret A. 55

Parsons, Rodolfo 21, 107

Parsons, William L. 54

Pate, Debbie 51, 134

Patton, Neil D. 38, 41, 43, 77, 81, 96,
114, 117, 118, 119, 120

Patton. Warren C. 22, 117

Paulson, Jane M. 43

Payne, Soila R. 43, 135

Peniche, Carlos A. 58

Peniche, John M. 60

Perkins, Lawrence 133

Pfau, Grace S. 132

Pfau, James H. 129, 189

Phillips. Martha I. 56, 137

Phillips. Robert 38, 43, 45

Phillips, Warren A. 58

Physical Education 144, 145

Pink Girls 102



Pinkard. Tommy 43

Pinto, Cheryl A. 22, 107, 135, 191

Plaisance. Brian C. 22, 122

Plays 90. 91

Polite, Debra E. 33, 102, 135

Pomales, Angela E. 51

Portier. Edward C. 22

Portier. Ingrid 43

Power. Rickie 43

Pritham, Robin M. 51

Pritham. Sarah L. 28, 83, 100

Prom 76

Propst, John W. 152

Pruitt, Bernard J. 60



Quinones. Iris 33, 105



R



Radloff, 152

Rae, Frances A. 56

Rainey. Olen R. 22

Ramos. Hiram 57

Rawlings, Mary G. 34, 97, 121, 124,
125, 140

Rawlings, Rhonda K. 43, 83, 106, 121,
135

Rawls, Paul 56

Ray, Kathy 33

Ray, Sharon L. 33

Redman, Mary E. 34, 82

Reduga, Rita M. 57

Reed, Carmen M. 51

Reed, Helena E. 58, 133

Reeves, Charles T. 69, 108, 147

Reid, Joann E. 55

Reyes, Ana 43, 125

Reyes, Carmen M. 22

Reyes, Elide 52

Reyes, Gloria I. 43, 125

Reyes, Lourdes M. 52

Reyes, Rosa 23, 107

Rhoads, Paul A. 43

Rice, Emma R. 23, 83, 100, 143

Rice, Gloria M. 34, 83

Rice, Marlene J. 52, 124, 125

Richardson, Allan G. 60

Richardson. Brenda A. 23, 86, 98, 99,

100
Ridge, Eileen F. 28, 34, 82, 91, 92, 100,

106, 191

Ridge, Nancy A. 59, 106
Ridge. Susan J. 79, 92, 134, 191
Riefkohl. Stella 138



Riggs. Gary A. 52

Rios, Alma L. 43, 45, 135

Rios, Vilma 52

Rivera, Carmen M. 34, 44, 56, 125, 135

Rivera, Daniel 52, 133

Rivera. Evelyn J. 46, 52

Rivera, Jinx 52, 125, 135

Rivera, Jose A. 44, 112

Rivera. Laura J. 55

Rivera, Mildred M. 44

Rivera, Paul V. 55

Rivera, Sonia 72, 102

Roach, Anna M. 52

Roach, Carol Ann 60

Roach, Sharon Y. 59

Robbins. Mark 34

Robertson. Gary E. 28. 34, 72, 100, 189,

191
Robertson. George D. 34, 40, 72, 121,

153
Robertson. Raymond C. 60
Robinson, Eudoxia M. 52, 79
Robinson. Julie A. 58
Robles. Edna E. 52
Robson, Patti L. 34, 140
Rodriguez, Nestor 44
Rodriguez. Patricia M. 59
Rodriguez Jr.. Pedro J. 60
Roman, Fabian 44
Roman. Jose 52, 134
Romero. Virginia 44
Rosania, Enrique A. 23, 89, 100, 105
Ross, Carol A. 52
R.O.T.C. 150, 151, 152, 153
Roura, Duilio 44
Rowley, Deborah L. 124, 125
Rozmeski, Joseph J. 52, 114
Ruiz, Isaac A. 60
Ruoff, Regena 57

Russon Jr., Wallace F. 44, 96, 112, 114,
117



Safety Club 108

Saltz, Clark S. 114

Sanchez. Sandra R. 58

Santiago, Dolores 52

Santiago, Lydia I. 38, 43, 44, 90, 91,
105. 107, 134

Santiago Jr., William 57

Sapp. Fredrick A. 52, 137

Sasso, Mary A. 23

Sayoc, Caspar L. 134

Schibe, Gary C. 52

Schibe. George R. 44

Scott. Frank N. 52 (37



Selstad, Lynn A. 44, 122

Senior Summaries 156

Shannon. J. 56

Sharick, Earl C. 132. 189

Sharpe. S. 59

Shirley, Donald R. 52

Shobe, Stephen S. 52, 122, 123

Short, Odus J. 34

Short, Robin L. 56

Shuford, Magari B. 23

Shuford Jr.. Perry L. 153

Showalter, Peter 44, 153

Siebrands, Ann 90, 91, 106, 137

Simmons. Elizabeth 58

Simmons, Judith 122, 123

Smith, Dorothy H. 137

Smith, Edith A. 33, 34

Smith, Jean A. 52, 72, 97, 124, 125

Smith, Kaye 23

Smith, Ronnie 23, 78, 82, 117, 120

Smith, Sharon A. 52

Smith, Theresa A. 28, 34

Snider, Michael L. 52, 121

Snider, Patricia M. 55

Social Science 148, 149

Solomon. Janet L. 52, 72, 135

Sophomore Class Officers 38

Soukup, Deporah L. 55

Southerland, Reggie 52

Southerland, Tommy D. 35, 93, 191

Soyster, Diane 44, 122

Spagna, Matt 52, 79

Spagna, Michael J. 53, 114, 122, 123

Special Education 132, 133

Spilling. Robert B. 35

Spivey, Mary E. 59

Springer, Michael A. 24, 114, 117

Springer, Vicki E. 35

Springer, Jackie 44, 83, 100

Stanbridge, Marcella J. 35, 107, 135

Stearns, James E. 105, 138

Stern. Robert E. 60

Stevens, Delorita 130

Stevens, Douglas R. 55, 105

Stiebritz, Alice A. 58

Stiebritz, Sylvia C. 24

Stover, Joachim 44

Strube, Rhonda E. 58

Stuart, James H. 35, 121

Studebaker, Deborah L. 55

Studebaker, Harry D. 59

Studebaker. Marilyn J. 55

Student Association 72, 73

Suarez. Maritza 53

Swain. Peter R. 53. 122, 123, 134

Swain. Richard B. 18. 24, 114, 134, 191

Sweenev- Heidi S. 46. 53, 79, 122, 123.

134
188



Taake. Edward A. 35

Taylor. Marion B. 130

Teague. Pamela K. 53. 140

Terlaje, Leonard 137

Terwilliger, Catherine C. 48, 52, 53, 79,

134
Terwilliger, Dorothy A. 47, 53, 79, 134
Teves, David K. 44, 56
Teves. Ehukai J. 53
Teves, Puuloa M. 53, 72
Thespian Play 90. 91
Thespians 106
Thomas, Eligio F. 44
Thomas, Leon E. 55
Thomas, Loisa M. 53, 79, 91
Thomas, Rosetta 56
Tipton, Beverly J. 79
Tomlinson, Judith A. 59
Torstenson, Carol V. 35, 122, 124, 134
Townsend, Harry E. 53
Treff, Gaye 121, 135
Tschumy, Robert L. 53, 60
Tuck, Robert J. 53, 134
Turley, Kim 35, 97, 125
Tweedy, Danny 44, 72
"21" Club 101



u



Ubben, Ramon D. 57
Underclassmen 26



Valdez, Lewis E. 44

Valencia, Jose F. 44

Valentine, Daniel P. 44, 114, 134

Valentine, Donna J. 36, 72

Valentine, J. 56, 57

Valentini. Gerald E. 58

Valentini, Richard D. 53

Valentini, Allen 117,120

Valentini, William A. 36

Vamprine, Sylvia A. 44, 134

Vamprine, Jr.. Walter A. 24, 96, 117

Varnes, Virginia A. 59

Vaught, Linda S. 36. 92, 191

Vela. Diane 44

Vela. G. 57

Vela, Robert 44

Velez. R. 58

Velez, Wanda X. 55

Vernon. Humberto R. 25, 112, 113

Vickrov. Dianne L. 55

Villahermosa. Jose A. 57



Villahermosa, Miguel A. 53
Voice of Democracy Contest 37
Vollman, David 57
Von Woudenberg. F. 60

w

Waggoner. Karen 36. 107

Waggoner. Robert 44

Waggoner, Steve 55

Wainio, Elizabeth A. 56

Wainio Jr.. Fredrick J. 57

Walker, Cynthia M. 53

Walker, Eunice 53, 106, 135

Walker. Glenn E. 134

Walker, Harold R. 24, 126

Walker, Michael R. 36

Wallenius. Thomas K. 44

Walton, Cynthia F. 58

Walton, Gary I. 36

Walton, Sharon K. 56

Ward, Denise 28

Ward, Margery E. 24

Washabaugh, James P. 36

Watson, Caryn L. 25

Webster, Edwin T. 36

Webster, Richard W. 53, 46

Weigle, Gerald E. 25, 78, 81, 96, 112,

117, 120, 141
Weiselogel, Wayne 44
Wertz, Carol L. 125, 140
West, Leonard L. 41, 44
West, Wayne W. 108
Westerberg, Karen 44, 100, 122
Wheeler, Franje M. 25, 78, 86, 135
Wilder, Barbara P. 36, 83, 125
Wilkinson, Betty M. 25, 124
Wilkinson, Stephen J. 36
Will, Gary J. 25, 86, 144
Williams, Aurelia E. 79, 124, 125, 135
Williams, Ronald A. 53
Williamson, L. 57
Willis. Susan D. 60
Wilmont, Margarita E. 59
Winkeller, Peter D. 35
Wirtz, Jenny M. 44
Wong, Luis E. 35
Workman, Chris J. 35
Workman, Dita M. 35, 83, 125
Worthen, Ann 53
Wright, Susan M. 58
Wvnn. Gloria A. 53. 135



Zachn Jr.. Ralph W. 58
Zachry, Susann L. 53
Zizic, John 25, 118



CANDIDS




Mr. Maedl, Hap Brandenburg, Hilda Cedeno, Maria Kerley, and Harry Carey.



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Mr. Sharick and Leif Irion



Mr. Griffin





Mr. Pfau



Mr. Palumbo, Phil Marian, Robert Novak, Harry Carey, Mr. Ferguson, and
Gary Robertson



189



Acolta, Maj. and Mrs. Carlos E.
Agee, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Agee, Lt. and Mrs. Robert
Alcala, Mr. and Mrs. Jose
Alford, Providence
Allan, Dorothy L.
Anderson, Mrs.
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Don



Bailey, Captain and Mrs.

Baiter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.

Barraza, Jaime

Batchleor, Geraldine

Beach, fsAr. and Mrs. D. E.

Belcher, Stena

Belgrave, Sgt. and Mrs.

Berry, Margaret A.

Blair, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.

Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.

Borero, Mrs. Miquel A.

Boyland, June S.

Bravo, German

Bravo, Kathleen

Bravo, Margie

Bravo, Teresa

Brock, Mrs. Glen

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Allen S.

Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin E.

Brown, Charles and Nancy

Brown, SFC and Mrs. John H.

Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.

Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Larry



Fabian, SP/5 and Mrs. Joel

Fain, Harold

Farts, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.

Fattorosi, June

Ferror, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert K.

Flora, Rev. and Mrs. Dean L.

Flores, Mr. and Mrs. George

Fong, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Humberto

Forrest, Mr.

Frank, Maj. Gordon B.

French, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur

French, Mr. and Mrs. Willard F.

Fudala, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.

Fuller, SFC and Mrs. Hugh V.



Gadbois, Kathy

Gattis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.

Gavin, Lt. Thomes N.

Geddes, Mr. and Mrs. R.

Geigel, Angel R.

Gibson, Captain Herbert III

Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. W.

Gillis, Mr. and Ms. G. T.

Gomer, SFC David E.

Gonzalez, Mrs. Jose R.

Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Roger A;

Green, Kiyoko

Griffon, Hollis

Grissom, Mrs. Betty

Gulledge, Theodore A.

Gutierrez, Jess C.



Maldo, Dennis

Marquez, Mr. and Mrs. Trinidad Jr.

Mate, Captain and Mrs. Robert

McLaughlin, A. J. Jr.

Merilos, Virginia C.

Meehan, Cpt. and Mrs.

Meyer, Edmund

Miller, Roy E.

Misenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.

Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George

Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jr.

Moochler, Earl and Karen

Moon, Sgt. and Mrs. E. L.

Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Ray

Mott. Msgt. and Mrs. William A.



Negron, Emerita A.

Niccum, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.

Nickel, M. B.

Nye, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.



Ortiz, CSM and Mrs. Jose F.
Oyster, T.



Parson, Margaret

Pate, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.

Phillips, Mrs. Dale

Plaisance, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.

Pinto, Mr. and Mrs. Errol



Calvin, Kurt

Candal, Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. A.

Canion, Maria A.

Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip

Carter, Tim and Anna

Caselli, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.

Cash, William T.

Cease, Sgt. and Mrs. Donald P.

Chason, LTC and Mrs.

Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jr.

Chenoweth, Sgt. George D.

Chlebowski, Maj. Eugene T.

Christian, T. B. Jr.

Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald

Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Jr.

Clayton, Mrs. H. P.

Coleman, MSgt. and Mrs. William H.

Colliner, Mrs. Alicia

Collins, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jr.

Collazo, Mr. and Mrs. William

Conner, Olevia

Cross, Col. and Mrs. Richard E.

Curtis, Mrs. Richard L.



Damiani, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Daniel, Herman L.
Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Deas, Sgt. and Mrs. Jack D.
Dedeaux, Coach and Mrs.
Dedeaux, Jon Louis
Des Londes, Mr. James
De Voll, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Dixon, Mr. and Mrs.
Dominic, Fr. Joseph
Donatelli, Captain Frank
Dorothy and Smitty



Englett, Mrs. Frank A.
Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Les H.
Estella, Mrs. Jenny
Evans, R. T.



Hadarits, Mr. and Mrs.

Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jr.

Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jr.

Harris, Tom and Lou

Hazels, Dave and Jeanie

Helmericks, Mr. and Mrs. R. J.

Herborn, Mr. and Mrs. Pete

Hicky, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.

Hirsch, Maj. Edward H.

Hogan, SFC and Mrs. John

Hotz, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Howell, R. E.

Husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert



Iglesias, Maj. Hector N.
Illund, Mr. and Mrs. Walter I.
Isquiedo, Osraldo, A.



Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Jackson, Mrs. Caralise
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Johnson, H. N.



Katsumato, Getsuko
Kennedy, SFC and Mrs. Billy E.
Kienzle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.
King, Col. and Mrs. James H.
Kingsley, Pat and Maria
Koslowsky, Msqt. and Mrs. D. O.



Langston, Msqt. and Mrs. William G.

Lantz, Lon and Shelia

Largent, L. L.

Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Colin

Lush, Sgt.M and Mrs. D. A.

Lynch, 1st Lt. William O.



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Mahan, Mrs. James



Quinones, Captain and Mrs.



Ragan, Joyce

Ramirez, Mrs.

Reduga, Rita

Rhodes, D. S.

Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent

Ridmond, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn D.

Rivera, Mrs. Maria

Roeh, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy

Robertson, R. R.

Roth, Mr. and Mrs. George

Rule, Mrs.

Ruoff, J. M.



Santiago, 1st Sgt. Juan E.

Sayoc, R.

Severance, Mr. and Mrs.

Shea, Mrs. Janet

Snow, Dr. Dale

St. Laurent, Mr. and Mrs. Lee H.

Swain, Captain and Mrs. R. H.



Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L.

Thompson, Paul F.

Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. R. B.

Thornton, Carol

Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. James



Vache, Mr. and Mrs.
Vandergrift, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Vasquei, Mrs. Nanette
Velei, Renido
Virtue, Eiko



Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Lee E.
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Murry C.
Weiselogel, Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Wilkinson, SFC and Mrs. Jerold
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. James
Wrenn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl W.



With desk tops piled with rough drafts, photographs, and
piecemeal bits of copy, the yearbook staff room has pre-
sented an intriguing problem to students at CHS. As stu-
dents pass room 246, they hear strange pieces of conversa-
tion that seem to indicate the presence of a near lunatic. "But
the dummy isn't here," "The blankety-blank copy sheet
won't go in the typewriter," "Where Is . The . Tiger
. . Paw?" Curious about the evident state of mind of the
overworked staff members, the brave enter, and soon wish
they were not quite so brave. Confronted by a curt "And
what do you want?" the interloper either mumbles inco-
herently and sidles out the door or signs his own death
warrant by saying that he wants to see the pictures. He
is told that he can see them in May, when the yearbook
comes out, so GET OUT! All this, of course, in accompani-
ment to the incessant yelling of the editors and the sponsor.

Once the important work of shooing out unwanted visitors
is over, the staff can .settle down to the seemingly super-
human pace of meeting deadlines. Interrogated by an irate
editor or sponsor, the staff member plaintively excuses him-
self: "But I haven't any pictures." Despite the chaos and
the appearance of a hurricane-flattened mess, room 246
has produced the 1969 Caribbean, the best yet.

At this time we would like to thank all who gave so
generously of their time and money, so that this will be
a success: Mr. Koziol, for all the leisure time he spent
supervising the publication; the hardworking, loyal staff;
and last but not least, the teachers who were thoughtful and
lenient enough to excuse staff members when a deadline
was uncomfortably near, or when pictures were being taken.



Anne and Nancy






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Gary Robertson designs a layout for a division page.



CARIBBEAN STAFF

Editors Anne Kienzle

Nancy Gregory

Copy Gary Robertson

Jim Butler

Activities Eileen Ridge

Advertising Germaine Lemm

Cheryl Pinto

Clubs Leslie Marek

Faculty Linda Vaught

Freshmen Susan Ridge

Juniors Frank Glavas

Linda Newman

Seniors Judy Fong

Maria Kerley
Gilda Cedeno

Sophomores Jeanette Cox

Lana Boone

Sports Brandt Irion

Billie Marsh
Bodie Swain

Student Life John Carlisle

Doug McLain

Photographers Tommy Southerland

Pat Newman
Richard Webster
Daniel Valentine



Mr. Koziol explains a layout with Linda Newman, junior co-editor.



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 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1969
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Table of Contents
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Opening
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Seniors
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
    Classes
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Juniors
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
    Sophomores
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Freshmen
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
    Student life
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
    Activities
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
    Clubs
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
    Sports
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
        Page 122
        Page 123
        Page 124
        Page 125
    Faculty and curriculum
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
        Page 134
        Page 135
        Page 136
        Page 137
        Page 138
        Page 139
        Page 140
        Page 141
        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
        Page 145
        Page 146
        Page 147
        Page 148
        Page 149
        Page 150
        Page 151
        Page 152
        Page 153
    Senior index
        Page 154
        Page 155
        Page 156
        Page 157
        Page 158
        Page 159
        Page 160
        Page 161
        Page 162
        Page 163
    Advertising
        Page 164
        Page 165
        Page 166
        Page 167
        Page 168
        Page 169
        Page 170
        Page 171
        Page 172
        Page 173
        Page 174
        Page 175
        Page 176
        Page 177
        Page 178
        Page 179
        Page 180
        Page 181
        Page 182
    Index
        Page 183
        Page 184
        Page 185
        Page 186
        Page 187
        Page 188
        Page 189
        Page 190
        Page 191
    Back Matter
        Page 192
        Page 193
        Page 194
    Back Cover
        Page 195
        Page 196
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Seniors ............ 10

Underclassmen ...... 26

Student Life ........ 62

Activities .......... 74

Clubs ............. 94

Sports ........... 110

Faculty and

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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SENIORS

ACADEMY


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.






TACKLE NEW

C YEAR


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


GERALD CHEN








FIRST PEP RALLY


r, rl ..Imm the mighty Seniors for the new
football season is Ken Brooks.


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OMAR JOSE CHIPSEN J.
RICHARDI) CUMMINGS


ALBERTO CHONG
ALVARO DAVIS


ROGELIO CLOUGH
GLENDA JEANNETTE DEMPSEY


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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.


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LUIS J. DOMINGUEZ
ERNEST E. FARIS, JR.


JOHN H. DIAZ
GEORGE EDWARD EGGER
BRUCE FERREL


DAVID DOHLE
JACQt ELINE ROSE EVANS
JUDY ELIZABETH FONG


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No one can say these Senior
legs are not pretty. Guess
whose?


ST'EPHEN C <,\BRIEL


IIMMY FORD
)DEBORAH ANN GARNER


SENIORS SEE THEIR


PHIlLLIS IF \\ GOLDEN
MARIY CAROLYN CONZALES


BARRY DEAN GREER III


MICHAEL GREEN









































NANCY GREGORY MARIA LYDIA HANLY
MICHAEL GUTIERREZ



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.


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LIN)DA SUE IIUSON
STEI'IIEN 1l. IF I I IIF


MARVEL A. IGLESIAS
HERMON F. JOHNSON, JR.


NORMAN N. IVILL
JO LYNN JONES


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NIKITA GEORGIU KATTULAS


FRANK KERLEY


MARIA ELENA KERLEY
AUGUSTO LARA, JR.
DANIEL LEE


SHARON LiCILLE KILGORE
HAYDEE M. LATORRE


ANTHONY LEE KINGERY
STEPHANIE ANNE LAWSON


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GERMAINE YVONNE LEMM SUSAN LORAINE LYMAN PHILIP ALAN MAHAN


SEMESTER EXAMS MARK

HALFWAY POINT


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ROLAND iTH MAI MANS
FRANKLIN ANTONIO MARTIN


PETER FRANK MAROTTA
JOHN DOUGLAS McLAIN


BILLIE RUTH MARSH
JAMIE KAREN MEEKER


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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
GEORGE OTERO


EDMUND EUGENE MYERS
RODOLFO PARSONS


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WARREN CLARET PATTON
EDWARD CHARLES PORTIER


CHERYL ANN PINTO
OLIN RANDY RAINEY


BRIAN CAMERON PLAISANCE
CARMEN MARIA REYES


SENIORS

FALL

PRODUCE


Preparing for the role in the play, "The Curious Savage," Debbie
herself into the characterization of Mr-, Ethel Savage.


Garner transforms


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ROSA LYDIA REYES
ENRIQUE ROSANIA


APPLAUD

DRAMA


E. RACHEL RICE
MARY ANN SASSO
KAYE SMITH


BRENDA ANN RICHARDSON
M.ARGARI SHUFORD
RONALD SMITH


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Signalling out their year of perform-
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to look ahead into the future.


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THEN BEFORE

IT'S HERE ...


KNOW IT,

YOU ARE READY,

. GRADUATION


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


RONNIE VERNON
GERALD EUGENE WEIGLE
GARY JOHN WILL


CARYN LYNN WATSON
FRANJE MARIE WHEELER
JOHN ZDRAVKO ZIZIC


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CHOOSING CLASS
RINGS AND
EXCITEMENT OF
PROM HIGHLIGHT

JUNIOR YEAR


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.


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Charlene Alberga
Mitchell Blanchette


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L'Nore Carey
Carol Cash


John Carlisle
Deborah Christian


Luis Carlo
Marjorie Coffin


Maria Cedeno
Joe Cronan


Matthews Cedeno
Steve Cross


Daryn Barger
Richard Bock


Donna Barger
Bruce Brown


Barbara Basset
Steve Brown


Sharon Bliss
James Butler


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Alice Crouch Brigitte Daniels
Evangeline Dohle Luis Dominico


The Favorite Junior


Albert Dowell
Laurren Elizondo


Debbie Duncan
Nelson Escribano


Edgar DeJesus


Cyril DeLapp


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Kathy Dockery





















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Edward Forsythe
Gloria Geer


Brian Fleckenstein
Frank Glavas II


Aida Font
James Gray


Joe Gattis Michele Greene
Douglas Hale Cinda Helmerichs


Joseph Hickey Jr.
Randolph Hull


Ann Hirons
Scott Hutchinson


Eugene Holland
Brandt Irion


Jean Housley
Barbara Ivill


Bridget Howard
Darryl Izquierdo
























Anne Kienzle


Mark Kredell


Alexis Johnson
Evelyne Legrand


A Letter to SANTA


Catherine Loprz
Margaret MDonnell


Jeannette Mayes Alicia Mclntyre


James Kunkel


Luis Lee
Charles Loyd


Ivette Martinez


Sue Lyman
Leslie Marek




















Gregorio Montano


Brenda Morrison


Pamela Medow
Pamela Meadows


Michael Meisinger
Patricia Newman


Linda Newman
Dionesia Nieves


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.


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Russell Oberholtzer Ricardo Oliver


Oscar Ortiz


Debra Polite
Sharon Ray


Robert Novak
Iris Quinones














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Mary Rawlings
David Robertson


Mary Redman
Gary Robertson


Mark Robbins
Carmen Rivera


Gloria Rice
Odus Short


Eileen Ridge
Edith Smith


Patricia Robson


Harry Carey and Eileen Ridge doing the cheers for the homecoming.


Terry Smith


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Tommy Southerland


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Robert Spilling


Vicki Springer


James Stuart


Marcella Stanbridge


Edward Taake
Carol Torstenson


Mr. Gregg's History class watch a film.


Peter Winkeller


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Chris Workman


Kim Turley


Dita Workman


Louis Wong





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Donna Valentine
Gary Walton


William Valentine
James Washabaugh


Linda Vaught
Edwin Webster


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Karen Waggoner
Barbara Wilder


Michael Walker
Steve Wilkinson


JUNIORS ARE PROUD OF


C.H.S.


Eileen is a hard worker.


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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.











SOPHOMORE

CLASS

CONTAINS

OUTSTANDING

INDIVIDUALS








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
Hila Lyman.
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






Patrick
Allickson
Jay
Alonis
Julio
Aponte
Patricia
. Austin
Robert
Barr


Donald Byrd, Diane Hauke.
play "The Curious Savage."


Kathryn
Burgess
Carmen
Butler


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Byrum
Raul
Castro
Cynthia
Cease
Patty
Christ ian
Rosemar%
Christian 1C


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Jean
Bassett
Jan
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Elizabeth
Blevins
Harry
Blevins








William
Bloomberg
Lana
Boone








Lorraine
Borja Jr.
Vivian
Boseman


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Caleb Brenda
Clement Gibson
Fred Sharon
Cole Golden
Gary Patricia
SCollins Gutierrez



Jeannette John
Cox Hannah
Wilfred Allen
Cummings Harmon
William Diane
Cummings Hauke








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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
Farnsworth Herring
Wend> Frederick
Flore Highley
Maria Robin
Font Hood




John Nancy
Funderburk Huson
Paul Stephanie
Gallager Ellies
Catherine Eric
Gercich Ion


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AIDE

INITIATE


DEMONSTRATES

HOW

MONKEY


ACTS


Thomas
Kredell
Richard
Kresge
Ann
Lauritzsen


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Carmen Butler


William
Johnson
David
Kaufman
Sherry
Kern





Cristina
Kinglow
Estela
Kinglow
Antonia
Klasovsky


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Rodrigo
Lindo
Emma
Link
Shelley
Lund





Hila
Lyman
John
Martin
Dennis
Maxwell





Judy
McLain
Sarah
McLean
Kathryn
Milligan








Robert
Myers
Pedro
Olivari Jr.
Ricardo
Oliver





Don
Olsen
Hilda
Otero
Patti
Parker





Neil
Patton
Jane
Paulson
Soila
Payne


"I refuse to smile because I wasn't a member
of the group with 32% fewer cavites," quips
Lydia Santiago.


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Robert
Phillips
Tommy
Pinkard
Ingrid
Portier


ACTING

TALENT


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IN

SOPHOMORE


CLASS


Rickie
Power
Rhonda
Rawlings
Ana
Reyes


Gloria
Reyes
Paul
Rhoads
Alma
Rios





Carmen
Rivera
Mildred
Rivera
Jose
Rivera Jr.
Fabian
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BWallace
Russon Jr.
r; Lydia
Santiago
George
Scheibe


.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.
Springer






Douglas
Stevens
Joachim
Stover
Eligio '
S-Thomas







Tweedy
Lewis
Valdez
Jose
Valencia






Daniel
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Sylvia
Vamprine
Diana
Vela




Thomas
Wallenius
Wayne
Weiselogel
Karen
JWesterberg
Jenny
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Don Olsen tries
camera.


"Did I do right, or wrong?"
wonders Diane Hauke.


his last attempt in breaking the


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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
geometry.


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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
as Secretary-Treasurer.
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
'72'."
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
Sweeney.
Dan Carter was the only freshman initiated into the "C"
Club.
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Marta Anton
Jimmy Barraza


Thomas Aponte
Mike Barger


Christi Atkinson
Richard Beall


Paul Baitel
Elsie Belhumeur


Brian Allen
Barbara Banks
Barbara Betcher






Robert Bloemer
Richard Booth
Carlos Brown


Glen Baker
Holly Bello
Geri Blanchette






Maria Boone
Linda Brock
Cheryl Caudill


Billy Gillespie and Ann Terwilliger relax on the train.







FRESHMEN


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"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


Cheryl Coleman
Rick Davis
Sonia Estella
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Mark Collins Cindy Cottrell
Billy Deaton Sharon Dosser
Clifford Ferrel Mike Foscalina
Jimmy Gewin Lynn Goguen


Ivette Cummings
Nancy Edmondson
Stephen Fugleberg
Greg Goguen


Karen Currier
Brenda Egger
Mardette Garner
Ann Gonzales


Emilie Daniels
Ileana Escribano
Mary Gilbert
Ada Gonzalez









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
Barbara Hartman
John Iburra
Ana Jimenez


Patrick Martin
Mike McCann
Julio McGruder
Ralph Richmond


Susan Ridge
Bill Sasso
Benjamin Vasquez
Glenn Walker


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Jody Knight Deanna Koslowsky Marian Kredell Beverly Langston
Luis Lopez Cindy Mahan Ron Mahan Suzanne Mahan


Frances Kingery
Christy Loizeaux
Mario Marks





Joe Martinez
Jimmy McFadden
Manuel Mufioz


Billy LeDoux
Donald Mans
John Marquard





Oscar Martinez
Susan Mulcahy
Carmen Ortiz


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FRESHMEN DOMINATE

TIGER SPIRIT


Freshman-Sophomore Brawl ends in Freshman victory.


Angela Pomales
Robin Pritham
Evelyn Ramos
Carmen Reed


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


FRESHMEN


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Dolores Santiago
Jean Smith
Janet Solomon


Ricky Sapp
Sharon Smith
Reggie Southerland


Gary Scheibe
Mike Snider
Matt Spagna










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Mike Spagna
Ann Terwilliger


Maritza Suarez
Ehukai Teves


Peter Swain Heidi Sweeney
Puuloa Teves Maritza Thomas


Pam Teague
Harry Townsend


Cathy Terwilliger
Robert Tschumy


TAKE JUDO LESSONS


Carla Gussow practices her fall in judo class.


Ricky Valentini
Cricket Walker
Aurilia Williams
Ricky Winkeller


Miguel Villahermosa Gloria Wynn Susan Zachary
Richard Webster
Ronnie Williams
Ann Worthen


Robert Tuck
Cindy Walker
Carol Wertz
Mike Woods


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7th GRADERS ADJUST TO NEW SCHEDULES


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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.











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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.


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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.













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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.









NEW METHODS


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.


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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.




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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 ...



STUDENT LIFE


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THE MANY FACES OF C.H.S....


Alright, I know you have those speakers
somewhere.


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?







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STUDENTS WORK


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Gilda Cedeno, Pete Marotta, and Maria Kerley participate in a
debate.


Ed Forsythe and Jim Washahaugh use the card index.


Mr. Howell's 4th period class study math.


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Franklin Martin and Jean Housely


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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.


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Brooks, president; John Carlisle, vice-president;
Leslie Marek, secretary.


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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


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Welcome to "A Taste of Honey"


Smile, you're on Candid Camera!


Mari Hanly presents Billie Marsh with
a bouquet.


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.


COACH LITTON

LETTERMEN '. COACH HERBORN

HONORED COACH AND
MRS. DEDEAUX
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
Mrs. Jeffries.
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VICTORY BELL RINGS PROCLAIMING

TIGER VICTORY







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
20, 1968.
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,
Ronnie Smith.


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Muddy is not the word for it.


FRESHMEN

DEFEAT

SOPHOMORES IN

SOPHOMORE-

FRESHMAN

BRAWL

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

HOMECOMING DANCE


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
the Fumble.
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
of Victories.














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.


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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
Ridge.








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"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
pep assembly.


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.





FORWARD MARCH!


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-
School starts


SEPTEMBER


11-Inaugural Assembly for SA
officers
20-Football Jamboree
27-Football BHS vs CHS


CALENDAR OF EVENTS


MAY


2-Senior Skip Day
3-SAT Test
5-ROTC review
7-Awards Assembly-schools
9-Letterman's Banquet
10-ROTC Awards Ball
14-Senior Banquet
18-Baccalaureate
21-COMMENCEMENT
22-LAST DAY OF SCHOOL


DECEMBER



7-SAT and CEEB tests
13-ROTC Brigade review
14-ACT Test
Senior Christmas Formal
19-Christmas Concert


MARCH
1--SAT and CEEB tests
7-8-Thespian play
14-END OF THIRD MARKING
PERIOD
17-ROTC battalion review
19-Spring Music Concert
Student Teaching Day
28-ROTC Field Night




APRIL


24-Campaign Assembly and
elections for SA
officers
26-ACT test
Junior Senior Prom
30-Awards Assembly
Community


OCTOBER



4-Football CZC vs CHS
15-PSAT Test
18--Homecoming Game BHS vs CHS
19-Homecoming Dance
25-END OF FIRST MARKING
PERIOD
28-ROTC battalion review


JANUARY



11-SAT test
END OF FIRST SEMESTER
27-ROTC Battalion review
31-Feb. 1-Balboa Relays


NOVEMBER


1-Football CHS vs CZC
6-Palm Bowl Game
10-16-American Education Week
12-National Honor Society
Assembly
15-16-Thespian play


FEBRUARY


3-7-French Week
8-ACT and CEEB tests
15-Freshman-Sophomore
Dance
18-National Honor Society
Assembly





HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCED AT


CHRISTMAS FORMAL

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MR. AND MISS CHS -
Mari Hanly, Ken Brooks


BEST DRESSED


Eddie Egger, Maria Kerley


MOST ATHLETIC
Billie Marsh,
Hap Brandenburg





SENIORS ARE HONOR ED AT CHRISTMAS FORMAL


MOST INTELLECTUAL

Brenda Richardson,
John Burza


BEST LOOKING
Marie Wheeler, Gary Will























FRIENDLIEST

Stephanie Lawson, Frank Martin




























RUNNERS-UP


BEST DANCERS
Gilda Cedeno, Harry Castro









MOST TALENTED

Debbie Garner, Doug McLain


















First row: Barbara Bradley, Ken Brooks-
Most Intellectual.
Second row: Jamie Meeker, Daniel Lee-
Most Talented.
Third row: Billie Marsh-Friendliest,
Enrique Rosania-Best Dancers.
Fourth row: Jackie Evans, Jimmy Ford-
Best Dressed. s-
Not pictured:
Carol Gonzales-Best Dancers
Jerry Weigle-Friendliest












WITTIEST

Rose Hedman, Jimmy Ford
















SFirst row: Maria Kerley, Hap Brandenburg-
Mr. and Miss CHS.
Second row: Sue Lyman, Steve Gabriel-
Most Athletic.
Third row: Norman Ivill-
Wittiest.
Fourth row: Judy Fong-Most Likely to Succeed,
Harry Castro-Best Looking.
Not pictured:
Cecilia Alberga-Wittiest
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






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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
Savage.


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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
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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.


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The defense attorney questions his client about the night of January
16.


"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
the year.


THESPIANS SUCCEED IN TWO

UNDERTAKINGS





HARD WORKING TIGERS PUBLISH

YEARBOOK
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
deadline. '4K
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-
ette Cox.


Working hard-or hardly working?


Photographer Tommy Southerland at work.
































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"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.


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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.