CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
COCO SOLO CANAL ZONE
Organizations Page 10
Faculty Page 36
WE THE PEOPLE
REFLECTIONS OF ...
I have fought a good fight
I have finished my course
I have kept the faith
A misty morning does not signify a cloudy day
Not he who has much is rich
What is youth without love
"Now did everyone hear that?"
A graduate of CHS, Mrs. Tay-
lor understands the trials and
tribulations of our school. She
was the president of her freshman
class and knows the joy of winning
the election. As the captain of
her basketball team, she knows
the thrill of leading her team to
victory--and the disappointment of
accepting defeat. She proved her-
self a firm believer in school
spirit when she became a cheer-
Sleader. Cristobal lost a valuable
- student when she graduated in
1929 and went on to Syracuse Uni-
versity in New York. In 1955 Mrs.
Taylor joined the Schools Division
and has stayed with them ever
since. She is the organizer and
problem solver of Cristobal High
School. She has received numer-
ous recommendations for out-
standing service. When she re-
tires this year, we will lose one
of the best secretaries we have
ever had. Thus, we dedicate this
book to Mrs. Taylor, in apprecia-
tion of the time she has spent im-
proving our school.
Do you have to look at the camera?
Her smile was the reflection of a
golden sun on a spring day.
1973 CARIBBEAN STAFF SEEKS TO
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THE CARIBBEAN STAFF OF 1973 WISHES TO THANK OUR
ADVISOR, MR. CLARE W. JOHNSON, WITHOUT HIM, THIS BOOK
WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE.
IDENTIFY ROLE OF THE INDIVIDUAL
Editor Sharon Hughes -
"May I help you?"
SDeshea Mason confidence
Evelyn Barraza indifference
Sandy May disgust
Debbie Alberga giggles
.... Viana Ostrea and Rosa Perez
"Stop looking at the camera
and get to work."
Sue McCullough and Cynthia Heath.
/.,^ iLuAnn Ware trying to look busy.
Barbara Stanfield Paul Bleicher
- JUNIOR INITIATION
A FOOTSTEP FOR SCHOLARS
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The National Honor Society at Cristobal High School is recognized as the highest honor for
a student. Membership is very limited. Students with a minimum grade point average of 3.0
and excel in service, character, and leadership are eligible for membership. Two Assemblies
are held each year. The present members of the NHS are Ronnie Ramos; (President), Paul
Bleicher, Edward Bringas, Nancy Ridge, Judy Tomlinson, and Barbara Stanfield.
Eddie Stroop, Reggie Robinson. James Huffman, James Maston, Beth Bleicher, Dawn Starret, James Stowers, Pat Lloyd, 1st
Row: Debbie Harden, Dyan Bass, Josefa Gonzalez, Kathy Perret, Edward Bringas, Barbara Stanfield, Victor Lee, Rosa Perez,
Carmen Bringas, Margaret Jaketic, Karen Cintron, Cindy Heath, Donna Riefsnyder, Barbara Eddie, 2nd Row: Sheri Alexaitis,
Nancy Williford, Debbie Alberga, Trina Ferguson, Danny Minehart, Leo Hughes, Elsa Sanchez, George Medina, Ronnie Ramos,
Debbie Howard, Paul Darcy, Jeannie Stanfield, Richard Ramos.
The Student Association id
the answer to a better school
and student life at Cristobal
High School. After a long
hard campaign, the officers
for 1972-73 were elected.
Representatives and alternates
have strived to do their best
with all the pleas and demands
r of the students. Working to-
gether, the student body and
the S.A. will long be remem-
bered at C.H.S.
S.A. Election Campaign 1972 73
OUR S.A. PREZ AT WORK
S.A. OFFICERS 1972 73: left to right: Vice-Pres. Cheryl Hieronymus:
Secretary Barbara Stanfield, President Rocky Bringas; Treasurer Victor Lee.
A diligent treasurer doing his job'
TRADEWIND STAFF WORKS TO ATTAIN
COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE
left to right: Robin Mullis, Trina Ferguson, Leslie Hamby, Victor Lee, Edna Ferguson, Jane Moore.
"The Tradewind holds the readers' interest."
Tradewind Staff--co-editors: Edna Fer-
gusen, Victor Lee. Page Editors: Robin
Mullis, Leslie Hamby, Trina Ferguson, Paul
Kilmer. Reporters: Gigi Braddock, Sheila
Brannon, Sonia Thomas, Steve Jacquay, Rob-
ert Cintron, Laurie Nairn, Jane Moore.
Artists: Stanley Hardegree, George Brannon.
Photographers: Elsa Sanchez, Carlos Rod-
riguez. Sponsor: Mr. Charles Renno.
Linda Huff and Robin Bock diligently work on their masterpieces.
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Learning about art is a
challenging and strenuous ex-
Sperience. Only hard work and
discipline will lead to success.
The successful art student at
CHS knows that in order to
learn anything he must set
high objectives for himself
and then demonstrate them
with action rather than words.
Mr. Shank is a new art teach-
er at Cristobal this year.
THE SPANISH CLUB
Ist row (sitting, L to R) M. Hormechea, C. Perret, J. Gonzalez, A. Summerlin. 2nd row (standing, L to R) C. Price, M.
Alivera, W. Rivera, R. Perez, A. Ortiz. 3rd row(standing, L to R) R. Diaz, D. Chin, N. Ortiz, N. Quinones. Not pictured: Ruth
The Spanish Club
sponsor this year is Mr.
Helm. The Spanish Club
meetings are conducted
in room 304. The Pres-
ident is: Josefa Gon-
zalez, Vice President:
Cathy Perret, Sec-
Treasurer: Mirna Hor-
mechea, Historian: An-
LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS
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The French Clubs main
objective is to interest stu-
dents in the speaking of the
language and to influence them
on the country's history and
customs. To be eligible you
must be a French Student
with a "B" average. Every
year the French club invites
special speakers and visits
French ships. Also every
year there is a French week,
usually held during the month
standing left Cynthia Heath, Carmen Bringas, Rocky Bringas, Barbara Stan-
field, Sarah Polite, Sherry Alexaitis, James Dillin, Susan Gilbert, Josefa Gonzalez,
Patty Snider, Myrna Hormechea, Richard Green. sitting: Steve Aponte, Catherine
Perret, Robert Nordstrom, Jimmy Huffman, Anne Summerlin, Yvette Rivera, Sheila
Brannen, Victor Lee. Not pictured: Nina Gercich, Debbie Alberga, Viana Ostrea,
Brian DeRapps, Gaspar Sayoc, Beth Wainio.
left (front): Ruth Huelgins, Ruth Rivera, Mrs. Riefkohl, Sandro, Kuckunsky,
Robert Austin, Ricky Wilson. back left: Debbie Wellions, Melinda Brown, Robert
CARIBE CLUB DOUBLES EFFORTS
ground: Myrna Hormechea, Clover Shobe, Terri Brown, Debbie Meeker, Beth Wainio, Reggie Robinson, Richard Green,
Drummond McNaughton, Victor Lee. seated: Sharon Hughes, Leslie Hamby, Edna Ferguson, Nancy Ridge, Myrta Olivera, Laura
Gregg: standing 1st Row: Debbie Harden, Sonja Tellefsen, Patty Valentine, Jane Moore, Barbara Stanfleld, Nancy Stringfield,
Jackie Johnson, Jeannie Stanfield, Debbie Howard, Sandy Sanchez, Josefa Gonzalez, Anna Summerlin, Kathy Peret. 2nd Row:
Cindy Heath, LuAnn Ware, Cherie Danielsen, Valerie Owens, Elaine Austin, Nancy Williford, Vicki May, Patty Snider, Viana Os-
trea, Carol Baker, Ada Ortiz, Anne Herring, Judy Tomlinson, Susan Styles, Lori Cottington, Ann O'Donnell, Laurie Nairn, Susan
Gilbert. Back Row: Fred Wainio, Daniel Refsnyder, Alfred Sandrock, Sheryl Ruoff, Debbie Alberga, Debbie Carey.
This year the Caribe Club has increased tremendously in
size. Due to the group's enthusiasm, the students are teaching
twice this year. Members were also involved in tutoring,
Teacher's Appreciation Day, and ushering. There was an In-
itiation Banquet held on October 4th at the Washington Hotel
for the new members. The new sponsor for Caribe Club is
STUDENTS WILL TEACH TWICE
left to right: Anne Herring Sec.
Treas., Fred Wainio Vice Pres., Beth
Wainio Pres., Debbie Carey Histor-
Elaine Austin, Karen Jones "Social
Hour" during Student Teaching Day.
LuAnne Ware "All teaching takes is
Mr. Will, Richard Green "That's
one way to make an A."
GIRL'S DRILL TEAM,
OUTSTANDING AT C.H.S.
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Nina Gercick (commander), Elena Maxwell, Jackie Johnson, Cheri Hieronymus, Valerie Owens, Mirna Hormechea, Debbie
Harden, Debbie Alberga, Nancy Williford, Ann Norval, Cindy Runnion, Jane Moore, Edna Ferguson, Elaine Austin, Linda Menden-
hall, Kathy Brown, Sheryl Smith, Nancy Stringfield, Mary Richmond, Linda Knight. Not Pictured: Pam Husband, Priscilla Hus-
band, Priscilla Hernandez, Posie Lyman.
The 1972 Girls Drill Team consisted of 20 girls under the command of Nina Gercich. They
performed during halftime for every Tiger-side football game and also in ROTC reviews. To
make things more exciting, they also performed in the annual Veteran's Day Parade. On orien-
tation Day the Girl's Drill Team guided and assisted new students of C.H.S.
BOYS' DRILL TEAM
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Hon. 2LT. Debra Meeker going through
the files by two.
2Lt. Charles Kelley (com-
mander), Hon. 2Lt. Debra
Meeker, SSG Bill Brannon, SSG
Julian Duran, CPL Steve Riv-
era, SFC Ramon Diaz, 2Lt.
Jose Toro, SGT Gary Williams,
PVT. Robert Austin, SGT. Al-
len Krupa, PFT. Juan Carras-
quillo, SGT. Richard Lopez,
SGT. Malcolm Hamm, PFC
Robert Young, SSG Glynn
Moore, CPL Craig Dohle, SSG
David Alger, PVT. Mike Jim-
enez, PFC Richard Hoobland
Boys Drill Team presenting arms at
the Home Coming Game.
front row left to right:
Ronnie Ramos, Leland Cum-
mings, Joe Smith, Harry Do-
well, George Cruz, Paul
Swearingen, Edward Bringas.
back row left to right:
Michael Jeffries, James Huff-
man, Hubert Hammond, Luis
Ferreira, Alfonso Robinson,
Daniel Chin, Mike Johnson
sponsor Mr. Dedeaux
G.A.A. ATHLETES OF TOMORROW
seated left to right: Patty Snider, Debbie Carey, Kathy Danielsen, Gena Ruoff,
Mrs. Harris. middle row: Ann Herring, Beth Wainio, Sheryl Ruoff, Cheryl Olsen,
Sue McCullough, Janie Moore, Judy Dohle. top row: Nola Swain, Sandy May, Bar-
bara Bloemer, Vicki May, Maurie Moore, LuAnn Ware.
G.A.A. has become a
hard-working, enjoyable or-
ganization. The Homecoming
Dance was co-sponsored by
G.A.A. and "C" Club. The
highlight of the year was the
trip to Santa Clara at Thanks-
giving. The Olympics, Ini-
tiation, and Banquet were
joint efforts between "C" Club
Austin and Zachry "They're finally
put in their places."
Miss GAA 1972 "Queen Deadly"
"MOMENTS OF BEAUTY:"
"Straight Scene" was de-
veloped to discourage drug a-
buse, and alcoholic abuse.
Students on this committee at-
tended training sessions in
Balboa. They were then sent
to the Elementary Schools in
the Canal Zone to provide the
5th and 6th graders with in-
formation and knowledge on
the dangers of drug abuse.
seated: LuAnn Ware, Trina Ferguson, Edna Ferguson. middle row: Ronnie
Ramos, Judy Dohle, Debbie Meeker, Leslie Hamby, Sharon Hughes, Craic Robert-
son. top row: Al Simms, Mike Jeffries, Roy Gott, Robert Nordstrom.
A TRAINING SESSION AT BALBOA.
"A STRAIGHT FACE AT 'STRAIGHT SCENE'."
standing: Sharon Hughes, Cathy Risch, Barbara Nichols, Angle Gonzalez, Paul
Kilmer, Rosa Perez (co-chairman), Edna Rodriguez, Dee Dillon. seated: Marsha
Dew, Leslie Hamby, Edna Ferguson, Myrta Olivera (chairman), Ada Ortiz (sec),
The Debate Club, sponsored by Mr. Gregg, this year, was organized in an effort to provide
students with an opportunity to express their views on controversial issues of today. For each
debate, the club members were divided into two groups, pros and cons, with one of the students
serving as judge. Each team members were given a minute to present their arguments, then the
opposing team offered a rebuttal.
sitting: Sharon Hughes, Rosa Perez, Angie Gonzales, Ada Ortiz (sec), Judy Tomlinson (pres), Myrta Olivera (vice-pres),
Ruth Rivera, Pinky Young. standing: Kathy, Carmen Bringas, Marsha Coffin, Sheila Brannen, Shawen Anderson, Pidgie Byrd,
Pat Lloyd, Eddie Marsh, Kim Welty, Clover Shobe.
The Nurses' Aides is a
Very popular organization of
SCristobal High. Its members
are girls interested in nursing
or another medical profession.
SThe club encourages and stim-
ulated these interest by in-
viting guest speakers, showing
films, and planning field trips
to hospitals and orphanages
THE NURSES AIDES CLUB
FOR THOSE WILLING TO HELP
In order to become a member of Nurses'
Aides, one must be a freshman girl, wear a
paper nurse's cap on the day of initiation and
say the pledge with the other initiates during
a special banquet.
Some of the most important projects are
its annual Christmas trip to an island in
Gatun Lake. For weeks prior to this, canned
foods, rice, beans, clothes, and other neces-
sary things are collected. The island is ap-
proached by launch and the girls always re-
ceived gifts of oranges, sugar cane and ba-
New initiates being sworn in
SENIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS -
DISCUSS THE PROBLEMS
OF THE 1973 CLASS
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Senior Board of Directors LuAnn Ware, Patty Snider, Kathy Brown, Beth
Wainio, Paul Bleicher, "Reva" Ruoff. Standing Steve Aponte, Craig Robertson,
Barbara Stanfield, Nancy Ridge, Ronnie Ramos, Rosa Perez, Myrta Olivera.
"The Great Dispute" Lesli
The Senior Board of Direc-
tors were representatives cho-
sen to act on behalf of the senior | Ly
class at meetings. They planned
special events of the year such
as, Orientation Day at Canal
Zone College, Senior Christmas _- .. -
Formal, Senior Class Banquet
and many other activities. This
year the Senior Board tried to
make this unforgettable year for
the Class of 1973!!
Senior Class Sponsor Mr. Gansen
e Hamby, Edna Ferguson, Patty Snider
THANKS TO THEM THERE IS A YEARBOOK
"Now what do I do with it?"
"Push the other button, stupid'"
Photographers Carlos "Papo" Rodriguez, Michelle Darcy, Dave
Dailor. We the photographers give our thanks to Mr. Ganzen for his
help this past year.
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"God, I don't know what to do."
"1 wish these were "pasteles"."
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Mr. Pfau Principal
Mr. Jefferies Vice-Principal
SUPERINTENDENTS STAFF, U.S. SCHOOLS: Mr. Ross Anderson, Supervisor, Physical Education and Athletics, U.S.
Schools; Dr. Kenneth Lake, Director of Curriculum; Mr. Stewart Brown Supervisor, swimming pools and safety; Dr.
Charles Latimer, Deputy Superintendent of Schools; Mr. James Cook, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools;
Mr. George Willingham, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools; Mr. F.A. Castles, Superintendent of Schools
(seated); Mr. Vernon Caturia, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Elementary Schools; Dr. Victor Herr, Supervisor of Music,
U.S. Schools; Dr. James Wolf, Coordinator, Special Education; Mr. David Speir, Assistant Superintendent, U.S. Secon-
dary School; Mrs. Shirley Makibbin, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Schools; Mrs. Frances Sampsell, Assistant Superin-
tendent U.S. Elementary Schools; Mr. Zander Krowitz, Administrative Assistant; Mr. Robert Dahlstom, Supervisor, Edu-
cation Data Processing.
OFFICE STAFF ..
The members of the CIIS office
staff, assist the faculty and the ad-
ministration in clerical work. This
includes the operation of office ma-
chines, and intercom system. They
do paper work, official correspond-
ence and answering the telephone.
Other duties of the office staff are;
maintaining the records and files
on each student, jItrn: report
cards, and sending and receiving
Miss Griffiths Mrs. Taylor
Mr. Palumbo Senior Attendance Counselor Mrs. Allen
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Guidance is the process
of helping persons make the
best possible decisions con-
cerning their lives, and aid-
ing them in solving their prob-
lems. It includes helping
students choose the proper
courses to take in school, and
aiding them what careers to
follow after their education
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COUNSELOR The guidance counselors
at C.H.S. aim to provide stu-
dents with information so that
they may make the best possi-
ble decisions in life.
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English III; Journalism I
Mrs. Palatines and II Mr. Sharick
English I and IV Special Education
English teachers Mr. Renno, Mrs. Malsal (substituting for Mr. Fattorosi)
Mrs. Barnett, and Mrs. Palatines all relax between classes.
English 8 and I
English I and II
English 7 and 8
English, an extensively wide field, was one
of the largest departments at CHS. It was a
required subject for all students, since the a-
bility to understand and to use well his native
language deemed necessary for a student's
success in any endeavor. The four new teach-
ers added a wider selection of teaching tech-
niques. Regular English classes included the
study of grammar, composition, and literature.
In addition to these regular courses; the Eng-
lish department also included journalism,
speech and drama, and remedial reading. In
journalism the student is taught to write in
newspaper form and received much practical
experience. Speech and drama was a course
which taught the students the art of oral ex-
pression. Besides this, the course required
a great deal of research work. Remedial
reading provided students who required ex-
tra help an opportunity to improve their read-
ing ability. Books read in the various class-
es include; JOHNNY TRENLAIN, GREAT EX-
PECTATIONS, A TALE OF TWO CITIES,
THE HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES, THE RED
BADGE OF COURAGE, WUTHERING HEIGHTS,
LORD JIM, and THE MOONSTONE.
Speech and Drama; English II
English 7 and 8
Mrs. Palatines' homeroom; L to R: Mrs. Palatines, Linda
Knight, Elsa Sanchez, Steve Dunakoskie, Charles Kelly
English III and IV
Algebra IB, Algebra II
General Math, Math 7
Math 7 and Math 8
Algebra I and Algebra II
Geometry, Introd. Analysis,
Mr. J. Palumbo
Life Science, Introd. Physical
Mr. T. Palumbo
Introduction Physical Science
Earth Science, Physics
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Mrs. Barbara Campbell Mr. Louis Dedeaux
Jr. High Girls' P.E. Sr. High Boys' P.E.
Mr. Marty Hoffman Mr. Doug Litton
Jr. High Boys' P.E. Sr. High Boys' P.E.
Coach Litton "Go Get 'Em!"
Coach Hoffman "Boys, this is no circus."
Mrs. Fattarosi Her "Dirty Dozen" attacks from the rear.
Mrs. Harris "Did you hear what I said?
Now get in there and do something,
Mrs. Condon Mr. Gregg
Western Society US History US History
Mr. Jacobs Mr. McCullough
World Geography Social Studies 8
Home Ec. 8 I and II
The homemaking program placed emphasis on three areas:
foods and nutrition, clothing selection and construction, and fam-
ily living. It was the aim of the department to provide girls
with knowledge helpful for their futures as homemakers. Junior
high home economics students learn the basics of sewing and
cooking which include the preparation and serving of formal and
Chorus, Beginning and Inter-
"The important thing is to blow in the instrument."
Shorthand I, Typing I and II,
Typing I, II
The Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program is a vehicle for developing
leadership ability in students. The four year process begins with a study of military
history, customs and courtesies. Second year cadets learn small unit tactics and
the proper method of instructing classes. A third year cadet is learning the psy-
chology of leadership while the student in his final year is discussing why we have
wars and what impact military innovations have made on our lives. All cadets learn
to fire rifles and discipline when marching. Extra curricular activities include air-
borne and scuba orientations, recondo training, rifle team and precision drill teams.
Metal Shop I, II, Woodwork I,
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Industrial Arts 8, Woodwork
Mechanical drawing I, II, III,
Industrial arts 8.
The industrial arts department offered four groups of courses; Mechanical
Drawing; Wood Working; Metal Shop; and Plastics. Mechanical drawing I taught stu-
dents to visualize how an object is put together. Mechanical Drawing I is a continu-
ation of this course for students planning to continue their education in this field.
Metal shop teaches the basic skills of benchwork, forging, welding, and machine op-
eration. Plastics students learned the properties of plastics and how to shape them.
In creative arts a student learns to ex-
press himself through a different media
the following are the art courses offered
at CHS; Art 7 and 8; Art I and Art II.
Mr. Kosiol, Art
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Mr. Holloway and Ray Jackson.
Mr. Shank, Art
Mrs. Thelma Howard
Latin I, Spanish II
Mr. William Will
Mr. James Stearns
Spanish III, and IV, Russian
Mrs. Stella Reifkohl
French I, and II, -[jnii-h I
Ronny Ramos and Judith Tomlinson when they were first initiated into the
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Barbara Bloemer Paul BlI
richer and Beth Wainio. Leslie Hamby
Nancy Ridge and Rocky Bringas
Due to unfortunate circumstances,
we have not pictured: Susan Willis,
David Bleicher, Laurie Nairn, Diane
Archer and Daniel Chin. These people
certainly deserve equal recognition.
LuAnn Ware and Barbara Stanfield
This year seven students graduated
early on December 20, 1972. A formal
ceremony at the Brazos Brook Country
Club marked the end of CHS lile for.
Luis Ferreira, Myrta Olivera, Michele
Kessler, Diane Bass, Debbie Jaketic,
Kathy Bush and Susan Burge. The Grad-
uates were finally able to catch their
breath after a hectic month of studying
taking exams and making last-minute
plans. Mr. David Speir, assistant super-
intendant of U.S. secondary schools,
handed out the diplomas with a special
congratulations to each graduate.
Left to right: Luis Ferreira, Debbie Jaketic, Michele Kessler, Diane Bass,
Kathy Bush, Susan Burge and Myrta Olivera.
WHO'S WHO IN SENIOR BABIES
Left to right: Steve Aponte (President), Nancy Ridge
LuAnn Ware (Treasurer), Patty Snider (Secretary).
William Brannen III
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Alfonso Simms Jr.
Ralph Zachry Jr.
HALL OF FAME
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MR. AND MISS
Runners up: Mike Hayden
BEST ALL AROUND
Runners up: Steve Aponte
Runners up: Joey Smith
Runners up: Al Simms
Runners up: Ronny Ramos
Runners up; Craig Robertson
Runners up: Paul Bleicher
Runners up: Paul Bleicher
Runners up: David Ble'cher
Runners up: George Cruz
Punrers up Leladd Cummings
MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Runners up: Ronnie Ramos
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Runners up: Edward Bringas
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Runners up: Jerry Coffin
Runners up: George Cruz
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DREAMERS AND DOERS
Fred and Debbie fixing food for Teachers Day.
"This guy is definitely a dreamer. His head is in the clouds."
Jim Valentine: "Its like this Mr. Fite, I wanted a BOYS ring, not a GIRLS! The hard life of a junior
Oh, oh Gaspar. She sees you!
It's not her fault, Anne.
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Class Officers: Carmen Bringas, Sheila Brannan, and
Mary Jo Beale
Cindy F erguson
Walter Gutlfoyle Jr.
Donald Jeffries, Jr.
Forest Kinsey, Jr.
D. LaPorta, Jr.