Cristobal High School
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
TABLE OF CONTENTS
title Page I
F faculty 15
Hall of Fame 56
; Juniors 69
tlunior High 95
clubs & Organizations 143
Cradled by the oceans
Bathed in sunlight glow
I see the waves caress you
Crooning secrets low
And I would that I could fathom
What makes your beauty rare
Sometimes I sit and wonder
If angels linger there
Mayhap it's like a woman's charm
A bloom that's never seen
Ever present, living, vital
As elusive as a dream
Or perhaps when God created
This world so wondrous fair
He smiled at His own handwork
And the smile has lingered there
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Panama, although a slender strip of land, is remarkably significant. People from all over the world, with different
backgrounds and ideas contribute to the kaleidoscope effects not seen elsewhere in the world. Beaches, festivals, markets,
and of course, the greatest masterpiece of industrial art, the canal, surround us in our everyday lives creating a truly
unique environment. There is perhaps no region in the world, of similar area, which has been given so important a role
in world commerce, nor is there a region of this size that possesses as many places rich with history, romance and tropical
beauty as the isthmus of Panama. Many of us will probably be leaving Panama, never to return. With that in mind,
we hope the following pages portray the uniqueness of our home and provide many happy memories.
Panama; the small S-shaped country which joins North and South America, unites the world turning the isthmus
into the center of world traffic, economy, and trade.
Because the isthmus of Panama is the most slender strip of land in the America's, an interoceanic passage way was
built to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and is today the most important strategic man-made waterway in the
Because of its narrowness, Panama possesses other unique qualities which we often take for granted. One can bathe
in Panama's splendid Atlantic beaches and within an hour be swimming in the calm and placid waters of the Pacific.
Panama's narrowness and excellent geographical location turns this isthmus into the crossroads of world commerce.
and the great bridge which links the East with the West.
Beaches with unique white and black colored sands,
crystal waters, abundant jungles, sheltering coconut
groves, and a parade of tropical delights that's the
isthmus of Panama. One can bask in the virgin sands of
White Beach at dawn in the Atlantic Ocean and later take
an evening dip in the rolling waters of Coronado in the
The turbulent waters of Devil's Beach and Pina on the
Gold Coast, surrounded by the green thickness of the
Panamanian jungles, offer the thrills and excitement of
surfing and swimming.
Developed in the last ten years, Coronado offers many
things to do for a fantastic weekend. Everyone gets
together to have a great time at the Spanish-styled
clubhouse which stands on the golf course. On the cool,
breezy terrace, next to the Olympic pool, after a warm day
in the sun, the Americans and Panamanians dance to the
typical sounds of Lucho's organ, thus justifying so well the
popular motto-"Coronado esvida". Nearby San Carlos, Rio
Mar and Santa Clara also invite the dreamers to wander
next to the rumoring waves under the silvery moon of the
tropics of Panama.
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On May 4, 1904, the United States began plans for the construction of the Panama Canal. The construction involved
three major engineering feats. The first, the excavation Gaillard Cut, consisted of creating a passageway for the ships
in the middle of a mountain. The second feat was the building of a dam across the Chagres River to create Gatun Lake
which was once the Chagres River Valley, but which was flooded with the construction of Gatun Dam. The construction
of the locks constituted the third feat. These locks, built in pairs to permit simultaneous transits in different directions,
raised the ships 85 feet above sea-level.
Laborers were hard to recruit. Many came, but returned home after a glimpse of the living conditions. The threats
that yellow fever and malaria posed also hindered the work force. More than six thousand lives were lost during the
construction days due to disease.
The Panama Railroad played an important role in the construction of the canal. The trains carried everything from
mail and money to excavated dirt and construction workers.
On October 10, 1913, President Woodrow Wilson pressed a button in the capital of the United States that sent an
impulse over cables to set off a charge of dynamite. Water rushed through a rock-walled rift in the mountains and the
Panama Canal was a dream come true.
People of all ages enjoying
themselves is a typical scene at the
Gatun Yacht Club. Their sources of
enjoying themselves stem from a variety
of water sports, ranging from sailing to
scuba diving or just swimming.
l it t Students enjoy the Yacht club on
t:h- b by t lu s. their free afternoons and have recently
S begun to enjoy their Thursday nights
The sounds of music blaring from the jukebox and pinball machine bells ringing have been familiar Friday night
sounds of the students of C.H.S. for many past generations and will probably be familiar sounds for many generations
The scene is the Tarpon Club, a small bar-restaurant that overlooks the Chagres River at the Spillway.
What is it about the Tarpon Club that attracts such a wide variety of people, from the class-skipping students of
C.H.S. to the school's attendance counselor?
Could it be it's location? It very well could be. The Tarpon Club is an isolated place, far far from the townsites of
the Canal Zone. Maybe people go there because they feel like they're getting away from society for a few fun-filled hours
Could it be the scenery around the club? The Tarpon Club rests on a hill overlooking the Spillway. One can sit on
the bridge by the club and listen to the sound of the water rushing far below or the sounds of the night animals in the
thick jungle surrounding the river.
But probably the main reason is tradition. The Tarpon Club is as much a tradition of C.H.S. as there is. Some of
the teachers in our school who grew up in the Canal Zone partied at the Tarpon Club much the same as we do today.
As evidence of this, it may be noted that the Palumbo brothers, both former students of C.H.S., have not yet been able
to resist the calling of the Tarpon Club and are still seen there on almost any Friday night.
March is the time of year when hardworking merrymakers spend hours of preparation for a once-a-year spectacular
. . CARNIVAL! Both women and men put together ornate polleras, montunas, comparsas and imaginative floats. As
the first day approaches, the people feel a bubbling excitement as they anticipate fun filled days celebrating the Advent
of Easter. For many of us, Carnival lasts only a weekend, but for others, Carnival means a week's vacation of wild salsa
sounds in the air, gyrating figures swirling in and out, and festive rituals. Confetti expresses the flowing energy, and
at the end of Carnival, one can tell that a lot of energy truly did flow! Carnival is a special part of our life in Panama
and a delightful contribution to Panama's culture.
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C.H.S. is a school of high academic standards, and also of strong interest in
athletics and extra-curricular activities. In many ways it is similar to a North
American school but it is unique because of its location and student body.
It is located near a Latin American city and a canal which divides the American
continent in half. Cristobal Jr.-Sr. High School was originally situated in Old
Cristobal overlooking the bay of Colon. But in 1955 the lot of land on which it was
constructed was given to Panama. Consequently our school moved to its present
location in Coco Solo, which at one time was a barracks for over a thousand sailors.
Through the doors of C.H.S. come students of various cultures and customs, and
all contribute to the character of the school. In the hallways one meets students
rushing to class, putting books in lockers, chattering and laughing. One glimpses
into classrooms and sees the students at work. These are the sights found in a typical
American school hallway but the speech that is heard in our school is quite different.
For in these halls echo the southern drawl, the twang of the middle-west, and the
strong vowels of the spanish language.
It is this strategic location and internationally minded student body that makes
our school incomparable.
MR. RENNO graduated from William Jewell with a B.A. degree in
English, and he earned an M.A. from the University of Redlands. This year
Mr. Renno became the principal of Cristobal High School, after several
years here as a teacher of English and as Assistant Principal. He will be
remembered as an honest and fair administrator. As you can see in the
picture at the right, Mr. Renno's job involves a variety of tasks!
MR. CHARLES RENNO
MR. HOFFMAN is a graduate of two Texas universities,
here he earned his B.A. degree and M.E. degree. Earlier
lis year, Mr. Hoffman was appointed the time-consuming
b of assistant principal, but the spare time he somehow
anages to find is spent bicycling, playing tennis or
dfereeing little league football games.
The long and the short of it!
OR A DETENTION
SEE A COUNSELOR!
One of the most influential factors which helps one decide
where and in what way he will further his studies is the advice
of the counselors. MRS. GEGG is a graduate of Cornell University
where she received her B.A. degree and Masters of Juvenile
Education degree. She is a friendly person who is concerned with
the education of the students.
MR. MOWERY attended Indiana State University and
received his M.A. degree in Science. He then did post graduate
work to become certified in Guidance Counseling. He enjoys his
work and freely devotes his time to helping out students in need.
MR. PALUMBO, a C.H.S. graduate, holds a B.S. degree in
Biology and an M.S. degree in Guidance and Counseling. He is our
attendance counselor and keeps a firm control over our presence
in school. "But it's such a beautiful, sunny day outside, Mr.
Where do you go when you need a physical,
your eyes checked, a throat culture, or to lie down
because you have a headache? To the clinic -
where else? There our nurse presides, MRS.
BLANCHETTE. She is a concerned person and
enjoys her work with the students.
IN THE CLINIC
AND IN THE
MR. WELLS received his B.S. at the
University of Idaho, his M.Ed., degree at the
University of Oregon. He is our school librarian
and is always available for students who need help
in locating a certain book or in making a special
MS. ALLAUN graduated from Trinity University with a
B.A. in Music Education and radiates an aura of energy to her
English classes. She enjoys Panama immensely, especially the
serenity of the jungle and beaches. Any mention of fasting, bean
sprouts, meditation of seaweed vitamins will trigger memories
of this intriguing lady.
A graduate of Michigan State University with a B.A.
degree, MR. BERGER teachers Social Studies. He has lived in
the Canal Zone for 21 years, and he is one of our greatest Tiger
fans. His easy going character and joking manner keep his
classes interesting and enjoyable.
MR. ANDERSON is the new physical education teacher
this year. He graduated from Union College, Lincoln, Nebraska
and the University of Nebraska where he received his B.S. and
M.P.E. degrees respectively. Some of his hobbies include auto
mechanics and woodcrafts. He is also the choir director at the
Carrasquilla S.D.A. church in Panama.
MR. BOCK received his B.A. degree from the University
of North Dakota and his M.S. degree from the University of
Houston. He now teaches math. For many years Mr. Bock has
been the sponsor of the Thespian Club, and his droll sense of
humor is a trademark.
MR. BRYANT attended Western New Mexico University
where he received a M.A. degree. He teaches math and physical
education. Mr. Bryant was head coach for the Tiger football
team this year and led them to a second place victory for the
MR. COWLEY received a B.A. in Math from Trinity
University and an M.A. from Southeastern State and teaches
math. He has lived for 10 years in the Canal Zone and takes
delight in the boating year-round. Mr. Cowley is known for the
long hours he spends helping a student understand the tough
but necessary equations of math.
Our music instructor. MR. CARWITHEN, graduated from
the University of Florida with a B.F.A. degree and earned a
M.A. degree at the Eastman School of Music. Mr. "C" teaches
and conducts the elementary, intermediate, senior and stage
bands, and leads the chorus. He is a perfectionist and is greatly
admired for his stamina and superior performances.
An alumnus of Balboa High School, COACH DEDEAUX
received his M.S. degree from Oklahoma State University. He
teaches physical education and devotes his after-school hours
to basketball and swimming, both interscholastic sports. For
enjoyment and relaxation, Mr. Dedeaux prefers boating and
fishing. Coach Dedeaux has been with the Tigers for a long time
and is an outstanding and a very understanding coach.
MRS. FATTOROSI obtained her B.S. degree at the
University of Southeastern Louisiana and her M.A. degree at
the University of Southern Mississippi. She teaches girls
physical education and enjoys the wide selection of sports
offered to all students. She is a cheerful person and many of
her students have found a friend in her.
MR. GANSEN earned his B.A. degree at Eastern Michigan
College and his M.A. degree at the University of Michigan. Mr.
Gansen teaches Modern Geography, Behavioral Science, and
General Business. What better way to remember Mr. Gansen's
enthusiasm for our school than to visualize him in his tiger skin
sports coat on game days. We owe a special thanks to Mr.
Gansen for the time and talent he has put into our publication
with his photography.
MR. FATTOROSI attended Rutgers University where he
obtained his B.A. and M.A. degrees. The courses he teaches at
C.H.S. are American Literature and British Literature. Mr.
Fattorosi is a connoisseur of the English language and involves
himself in activities based on the use of it, such as the Voice
of Democracy Contest.
MR. GRAVER obtained his B.S. degree in Secondary Education
at Texas A&I University and his M.E. in Industrial Education at
Texas A&M University. He teaches Industrial Arts and Mechanical
Drawing. He is a very busy man with a variety of hobbies which
include photography, fishing, camping, working on vans and
MR. GREGG graduated from C.H.S. and received an A.A. degree
from the (then) Canal Zone Junior College. A B.A. degree from
Colorado State College followed, and an M.A. degree from the
University of Colorado. He teaches history and social studies, and Mr.
Gregg's voice booming throughout the halls of C.H.S. will certainly be
remembered by the many teachers and students who have become
cheerfully familiar with it.
MRS. HARRIS is an alumna of Balboa High School and Canal Zone
College. She continued her education, receiving a B.A. degree from
Barry College and a M.A. degree from the University of New York.
Although Mrs. Harris misses many hot dinners coaching volleyball,
tennis, track, and basketball, it's all well remembered when she sees
her gals playing competively and victoriously.
MR. GRUBBS was born and raised in Missouri and
obtained his B.A. degree at William Jewell College and his M.A.
degree at the University of Missouri. Besides teaching Math
and Earth Science, he helps coach the football teams and is a
referee for the Little League football games. Mr. Grubbs enjoys
all sports, especially basketball and tennis. When asked what
he likes most about the Canal Zone, he answered, "I like the
tennis courts right behind my house."
MR. HELM received his B.A. degree at William Jewell
College and an M.E. degree at the University of Missouri. He
teaches Remedial Reading and also sponsors the annual book
fair. We will always be appreciative of his "words of wisdom"
every morning in the daily bulletin.
MR. HIERONYMUS attended East Central State College
in Oklahoma and received a B.S. degree. His M.S. degree was
obtained from the University of Oklahoma. He teaches math,
chemistry and physiology. The people and the ability to move
about in comparative leisure are among the things that he has
grown to like in the 10 years that he has lived here with his
MRS. HOLLAND received her B.A. degree from the
University of Texas, and her M.S. degree from Purdue
University. She teaches English and history. This is Mrs.
Holland's first year at C.H.S.; she previously taught English for
four years in Indiana.
MRS. HOWARD earned her B.A. and M.A. degrees from
Hunter College and teaches Spanish and business. Her friendly
calls of hello will echo in our memories of her forever.
DR. HOLMGRAIN received a B.A. degree at Chadron
State University, an M.A. degree and a Phd. degree at the
University of Nebraska. He teaches special education. He
became, however, well liked and appreciated during his term
as principal at C.H.S.
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MR. JACOBS graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma
State University with a B.A. in Education and from
Northeastern Oklahoma State University with an M.E. degree.
He teaches history. Although his supply of dittos seems as if it
will never end, the knowledge they impart is invaluable.
MR. JOHNSON earned a B.S. degree from Bemidji State
College in Minnesota and a M.A. degree from Central
Washington State College. He teaches business courses at
C.H.S., and in the eight years he has lived in the Canal Zone,
Mr. Johnson has avidly enjoyed the fishing and diving
opportunities the area offers.
MRS. KALUA received a B.A. degree in Biology from the
University of North Carolina at Greensboro and teaches science
at C.H.S. During the four years that she has lived in the Canal
Zone, she has grown to like the closeness of the communities and
the balmy weather.
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MR. KNOOP received his B.A. degree from Ohio Wesleyan,
his M.A. degree from Columbia University and has done post
graduate work at the University of Denver and the University
of Colorado. He teaches social studies and modern geography.
His love of classical music was the inspiration for the formation
of the Gramaphone Society and the daily lunch hour ("standing
room only") concerts.
MR. LASSILA studied Industrial Arts Education and
Secondary Education at California State University where he
received his B.A. and M.A. degrees. He teaches Industrial Arts,
and he finds boats, fishing and farming in Costa Rica enjoyable.
MR. KOZIOL, a graduate of Michigan State University,
received his B.A. degree and M.A. degree in Art, which he now
teaches at C.H.S. Mr. Koziol inspires more than artistic talent
in his students. With a twinkle in his eye, he will plunge into
a debate that sparks creative ideas.
CAPTAIN McILLWAIN has a B.A. degree in Political
Science from the University of Oklahoma. After many
assignments all over the world, Captain Mclllwain has come to
C.H.S. to be our Jr. ROTC Senior Army Instructor. He enjoys
sports from tennis to snow skiing, maintains a pilot's license,
and holds a Black Belt in the Okinawan style of Karate.
MR. PALUMBO graduated from Northwest Missouri and
the University of Florida where he received his B.S., A.B., and
M.E. respectively. Besides teaching his students a very rigid
S.. L.P.S. course, he often briefs them on the arts of concocting
milkshakes, brews, and ceviche.
MRS. McNAUGHTON obtained a B.S. degree at State
Teacher's College in Framingham, Massachusetts. She teaches
English as well as Home Economics. Many of us owe our
culinary and garment making talents to this dedicated lady. MR. REEVES, an alumnus of C.H.S.. is a graduate of
Arizona State University, where he obtained his B.S. degree,
B.A. degree and M.A. degree. He is one of the most flexible
teachers at Cristobal, teaching such diversified subjects as
physics, earth science, wood shop and driver's training.
Remarkably enough, Mr. Reeves' family goes back in Panama's
history to the early 1800's.
MR. PATTY graduated and received an M.E. degree from
Auburn University, and he has been teaching science courses
at C.H.S. for the past four years. He enjoys the beautiful
climate of Panama, and he has become an expert on the flora
and fauna of the area.
MR. SHANK graduated from West Virginia University,
did his graduate work at the University of Alabama, and
teaches art here at C.H.S. He is an avid tennis player and scuba
diver. His "hip" ideas are a delight to his students.
MRS. SOLIDAY received her B.A. degree from Black Hills State
MRS. RIEFKOHL earned her B.A. degree at New and has done graduate work at Washington State University. She
York University and her M.A. degree at Columbia teaches English and is active in the student sports curriculum as well
University. Mrs. Reifkohl has taught French and Spanish as the academic portion of their education. She helps coach the swim
at C.H.S. for almost 30 years, and her familiarity with the team and is advisor for the cheerleaders.
cultures has provided that certain JE NE SAIS QUOI
which has benefitted her students so much. Her vivid
character makes her one of the most colorful teachers at
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MRS. SIENKO went to Auburn University and
obtained a B.S. degree in Education. She teaches math and
always takes time to help a struggling student understand
A graduate of Balboa High School. MRS. STABLER attended Trinity University and
Pan American University, where she earned a B.A. degree in Biology and English and
now teaches science and English. Another member of long-time Canal Zone families, Mrs.
Stabler's grandfather helped engineer the breakwall. With that same fortitude. Mrs.
Stabler has undertaken the colossal task of the yearbook sponsor. Late into the evening
one can see her lonely pickup in the school parking lot while inside she and her staff rush
to make a deadline.
MRS. WEAVER, a C.H.S. alumna, attended Western State College in
Colorado where she obtained her M.A. degree. She teaches English and
Journalism. Her great, great grandfather was a Panama Railroad engineer
on the Locomotive 299, and she is a fourth generation Zonian. One will always
remember her class with appreciation, for her delightful sense of humor mixes
agreeably with her high standards of class performance.
An alumna of Balboa High School and the (then)
Canal Zone Junior College, MRS. TANNER earned her
B.A. degree at the University of North Carolina and has
done her graduate work at the Universities of
Pennsylvania and Oklahoma. Keeping up her family's
Panama Canal work tradition which dates back to
construction days. Mrs. Tanner teaches English at C.H.S.
and sponsors the C.H.S. Girls Drill Team.
MRS. WILFERD graduated from Florida State
University with a B.S. degree and teaches English at
C.H.S. Mrs. Wilferd's love of literature is an inspiration
to many of her students.
MR. WILL attended Xavier University and the University
of Florida where he obtained his B.S. and M.E. degrees. He
teaches physical education, and coaches track and football. The
tropical climate is perfect for one of Mr. Will's favorite sports
- golf, and he is a familiar sight at the Brazos Brook Country
MRS. WITCHER attended Oklahoma Baptist University
where she obtained her B.A. degree, and earned her M.A.
degree from Southwestern State College. A quiet and
unobtrusive person, Mrs. Witcher is an outstanding teacher of
math at C.H.S.
ON THE SCENE AT THE GYM
CHS has an excellent recreation program.
MRS. BILGRAY and MR. VELASCO are
responsible for much of the work and organization
that goes into maintaining such a program. Both
during the day and after hours, they can be seen
lending a helping hand.
MRS. LAURA BILGRAY
MR. RICK VELASCO
Behind the glass walls of the main office is an
action packed scene. The secretaries are in full
swing filing records, typing letters, and running
machines. As busy as they are, these ladies always
have time to help a student or a teacher in need
CHS AFTER HOURS. .
We can be proud that our school
is always so well-kept, but the credit
for this must rightfully go to those
fellows behind the scenes. The
custodians provide a sparkling and
attractive place for the students to
work in. Besides being "handymen,"
they very tediously sponge the walls
and desks of lead pencil streaks and
graffiti and clean up remnants of
half-eaten lunches. The students are
grateful to these people and their well
done job gives us a school to be proud
Standing: Jose Hurtado, James Panton, Urbano Escobar,
Ambrosio Bethancourt. Seated: Delfina Raymond, Gloria
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
VICE PRESIDENT STEVE FETHERSTON
TREASURER KATHY CORRIGAN
SECRETARY YVETTE SMITH
PRESIDENT KEITH ALLAUN
Ana Alicea Keith Allaun
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Beverly Allen Stuart Allen Larry Angermuller
Patricia Austin Mary Bedsworth Roberta Belanger
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Robert Carwithen Teodorita Chacon Michael Cirulli
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Carl Cisneros Kenneth Coleman
Katherine Corrigan Michael Daetwiler Paula Davison
"Maybe it will
get here on
the next boat."
Edwin Dennis Vicki Dowell Daphne Downing
Arthur Egger Marjorie Egger Andrew Evans
"Are you going
to the otherside
Steven Fetherston Maria Galvan Melody Gassman
"I'm going over
on the 3 train."
William Good Jr.
Jack Harris La Vaughn Hayes
"Whose place are
you staying at
in the interior?"
Richard Keith II
Frances Kienzle Elizabeth LeDoux
"There will be
Senior Board of
today at 11:15."
Mayani Haresh Betty McClain Scott McCrea
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Richard Polite Bette Pollack Peter Procter
John Reduga Ronny Reed Dawn Rega
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Tamara Samano Oscar Sanchez Francis Sanschargrin
Heather Slimon Stuart Smith Timothy Smith
"What boat are
you in for the
Yvette Smith Theresa Snider Vickie South
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Albert Sperling Melinda Stanley Suzanne Steele
"Are you on the
Thomas Stern Jose Suarez William Theriault
Teresa Todhunter Clayton Walker
I know, but we can't stand here holding it the whole time!
Up, Up, 'n Away
The Seniors have done it again!
Who can deny that their creative
imagination and sense of together-
ness makes for a dynamic class?
This interesting float is evidence of
their originality. Hey Seniors,
A Beach Scene is Born
SR. FLOAT FIT FOR A QUEEN
Finished At Last
January 26, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
April 13, 1959, Santiago, Panama
Nurses Aide 4, Gramaphone Society 4, French Club 2,
KEITH ALLAUN (HONOR GRADUATE)
April 4, 1960, Santa Barbara, Ca.
Tennis 1,2,3, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Caribe Club 2,3,4,
C-Club 1,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 3,4, S.A.
Rep. 1,2,3, N.H.S. 4.
BEVERLY ALLEN (Honor Graduate)
May 23, 1960, Circle, Montana
Tennis 4, Volleyball Intra. 2,3,4, Science Club 4, S.A.
1,2,3,4, N.H.S. 4, Nurses Aides 1, Hmcmng Corn. 4, Sr.
Band Treas. 3, Sr. Band Veep 4, Caribe Club Veep 4, S.A.
Sec. 4, N.H.S. Sec. 4
November 29, 1958, Ancon, C.Z.
Football 4, Tennis 2,3, Basketball 4, Track 3, Soccer 3,4,
C-Club 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Baseball 4
April 2, 1960, Portland, Oregon
Football 4, Soccer 4
July 7, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Drill Team 1,2,3,4, Co-Commander 3,
Hmcmng Queen 4, Yearbook 4
July 29, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Basketball 3,4, G.A.A. 1,2, Cheerleader 3, Palm Bowl
Queen 3, Hmcmng court 4.
November 25, 1960, Ludington, Mich.
BETTY ANN BIRD
March 17, 1960, Neptune, New Jersey
Softball 1,2, Tradewind 2, Caribe Club 1,2, Nurses Aide
2,3,4, Science Club 4, Thespian Club 4, Hmcmng Comm.
2,3,4, Band Officer 4, Nurses Aide Treas. 3, Class Treas.
December 1, 1959, Miami, Fla.
Track 1,2, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Caribe Club 1
RANDALL BRYANT (Honor Graduate)
March 28, 1960, Odessa, Texas
Football 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4, C-Club 1,2, Drama Club
1,2, Chorus Club 1,2, N.H.S. 4, Pres. 1, S.A. Rep. 1,2,
Academic Excellence Award 3
ROBERT CARWITHEN (HONOR GRADUATE)March
13, 1960, Sebring, Fla.
Football 1,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Football All-Stars 4, Band
1,2,3,4, Stage Band 1,2,3,4, Thespians 1,2,3,4, S.A. 3,4,
Pres. Interscholastic Comm. 4, Gov. Adv. Comm. on
education 4, N.H.S. 4, Band Officer 3,4, Student
Director of Band 3,4, S.A. Pres. 4, Ch. of Pres.
TEDDORITA CHACON (HONOR GRADUATE)
September 16, 1960, Riverton, Wyoming
Track 3, Student Asst. 4, Band 1, Caribe Club 4,
Gramaphone Society 4, Yearbook 3, Drama Club 3,
Nurses Aide 1,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Chorus 4, Grad. Comm. 3,
Hmcmng Comm. 3, Co-Editor of Yearbook 3
February 11, 1959, Great Lakes, Ill.
Football 2,3,4, Track 2
October 11, 1959,Lockhart, Texas
Football 1,2,3, ROTC 4 CYO 1,2, Student Council Rep.
1,3, Stud. Council Treas. 1, Class Reporter 2
IStudent Council Rep. 1,3, Stud. Council Treas. 1, Class
January 5, 1960
June 27, 1960, Stewart A.F.B., Tenn.
Tennis 2, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Phys. Fit. Award 1,2,3,4,
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Board of Directors 3,4, Yearbook 4,
Yearbook Editor 4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Hmcmng. Comm. 3,4,
Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. 3, G.A.A. Veep. 3, Volleyball
July 5, 1960, Balboa, C.Z.
Swimming 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 4,
Treas. 3,4, Pres. 3,4, Hmcmng Court 4, Decorating 3,4,
S.A. Rep. 1,2
PAULA DAVISON (Honor Graduate)
April 20, 1960, Arlington, Ca.
Tennis 2,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 4, Swimming 2,4,
Volleyball 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Caribe Club 4, P.Y.E.
1, Sci. Club 4, G.A.A. Pres. 4
January 2, 1959
November 17, 1958, Panama
Track 2, Band 1,2,3,4, Stage Band 3,4, Band Aid 4
December 14, 1959, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Tennis 2,3,4, G.A.A. 1,2, Board of Directors 4, Jamboree
DAPHNE DOWNING (Honor Graduate)
January 24, 1960, Miami, Fla.
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 3,
French Club 1,2,3, Thespian 1,2,3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, S.A.
1,2,3,4, Float Comm. 1,2,3,4, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.3, S.A.
Treas. 3,4, Class Veep 2, Caribe Pres. 4, Band Sec. 3,4,
Veep N.H.S. 4
July 8, 1960, C.Z.
Football 1,3,4, Tennis 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Golf 1,2,
July 20, 1959, C.Z.
Tennis 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4,
Board of Directors 4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Jr. Sr Prom Comm.
3, Hmcmng Float 3,4, S.A. Rep. 3
July 23, 1957, Panama
Basketball 2, Volleyball 2,3
August 14, 1959, New Orleans, La.
Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Baseball 2. Swimming 2,
C-Club 2,3,4, C-Club Pres. 4
SUSANA FARWIG (Honor Graduate)
August 26, 1960, San Joan, Argentina
GIOVANNI FERRARI (Honor Graduate)
July 27. 1960, Panama City. Panama
Soccer 2, French Club 1,2, Board of Directors 3, Caribe
Club 1,2,3,4, Band 1.2.3,4, Gramaphone Society 3,
N.H.S. 3,4, Thespian 3,4, Thespian Pres. 4, Band Pres.
4, N.H.S. Pres. 4, French Club Sec. 2, Gramaphone
Society Pres. 3
January 18, 1960, Arabia
Basketball 4. Swimming 1,2.3,4, Phys.
Fit. 2,3,4, Class
October 7, 1959, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Swimming 1,2. Volleyball 1,2, Softball 1.2
VICKY GALVIN (Honor Graduate)
October 18, 1959, Alexandria, La.
Beta Club 1, Spanish Club 1
November 23, 1960
July 31, 1958
April 9, 1960 Panama
Football 4, Track 2,4, Soccer 4
March 29, 1960, Ludington, Mich.
Football 2, ROTC 3,4, Rangers 4
July 26, 1960, Miami, Fla.
Tennis 1,2,3, Appeals Board 4
LA VAUGHN HAYES
September 21, 1960, Haithausen. Germany
Football 3, Basketball 3.4, Track 2.3,4, C-Club 3,4
December 19, 1958, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Basketball 2,3. Swimming 1.2,3,4, Baseball 3.4
December 30, 1959, Lawerenceville, Ill.
Basketball 1,2,3.4, Yearbook 4, Bard of Directors
1,2.3.4, Track 1,2,3. Football 1,2, Spanish Club 1
LORENZO HOLDER JR.
April 29, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Basketball 4, Volleyball 2, Soccer 3.
October 10, 1959, Quincy, Mass.
Football 2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Soccer 4
MARUJA HUNNICUTT (Honor Graduate)
October 26, 1961
July 5, 1957
January 28, 1960, Pasedena, Texas
Football 1,2, Basketball 3. Track 2,3,4, Swimming 1,2,
Soccer 4, Band 1, Board of Directors 4
November 10, 1961. Red Bank, N.J.
Chorus 2,3, S.A. Rep. 1.2,3, Yearbook
October 3, 1958, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Basketball 1,2,3 Volleyball 1.2, Softball 1,2, Glee Club 1
April 18, 1961. Warwick, Rhode Island
Swimming 1,2,4, Cheerleading 1,2,4, G.A.A. 1, Yearbook
2, Play 4. Class Sec. 1,2, S.A. Rep. 1,2. Cheerleading
LADONNA LENTZ (Honor Graduate)
January 5, 1960, Spain
Drill Team 3,4, Hmcmng Court 4, Class Officer 2,3
THERESA LOPEZ (Honor Graduate)
June 21, 1960. Karamusel. Turkey
Swimming 1,2.3,4, Nurses Aide 4. S.A. Rep. 4
August 17. 1959, Colon, Panama
Softball 1. Volleyball 2. Glee Club 2
May 5, 1960. Bombay, India
April 16, 1960
February 5, 1960, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Football 4, Basketball 4, Track 3,4, Baseball 4, Board of
Directors 4, Basketball Capt. 4
February 17, 1960, Norfolk, Va.
Football 2,3,4, Baseball 2, Soccer 4, C-Club 2,3,4, Band
1,2,3,4, Football Capt. 4, C-Club Veep 3,4
February 10, 1960, Ancon, C.Z.
Band 1,2,3, Drill Team 2,3,4, S.A. Alt. 4
July 2, 1959
February 16, 1959, Bronx, N.Y.
September 16, 1959, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Caribe Club 1,2, Gramaphone Soc. 3,4, Nurses Aide
1,2,3,4, Nurses Aide Program Ch. 2, Gramaphone Soc.
Sec. 3, Nurses Aide Sec. 3, Gramaphone Soc. Veep 4,
Nurses Aide Tres. 4
September 27, 1960, Mobile, Ala.
Drill Team 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 4, S.A. Rep. 1,2,3,
Debate Club 1, Squad Leader 3, Co-Commander 4
July 4, 1960, Pisa, Italy
Football 4, Soccer 4, Hmcmng Float Comm. 4
June 14, 1960, Lebanon, Missouri
July 18, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Baseball 1, Swimming 1, Soccer 1, Band 1,2
October 3, 1959, Porthsmouth, Virginia
Art Club 1,2, Phy. Fit. Award 4, S.A. Rep. 3
January 21, 1959
July 16, 1959, San Jose, Costa Rica
Soccer 4, Drill Team 1,2,3,4, Drill Team Comm. 4, E Co.
Comm. 4, ROTC Color Guard 2, Band 1
March 2, 1960
June 16, 1959, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Swimming 2, Tradewind 4, Phy. Fit. Award 2,3,
Hmcmng Float Comm. 4
April 27, 1960, Indianapolis, Indiana
February 11, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Football 1, Baseball 3, C-Club 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4
LOREEN RIDGE (Honor Graduate)
October 30, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Caribe Club 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 4,
N.H.S. 4, Tradewind 2, Yearbook 1,2,3, Yearbook Editor
3, S.A. Asst. Treas. 4
January 5, 1960, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Track 3, Cheerleading 2, Soccer Mang. 3, Phy. Fit.
Award 1,2,3,4, Hmcmng Float Comm. 3,4,Tradewind
1,4, Board of Directors 3,4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Debate Club
4, Nurses Aide 3,4, Class Sec. 1, Class Pres. 4
December 22, 1959, Ancon, C.Z.
Caribe Club 1,2, Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 3,4,
Tradewind 1,2, Yearbook 1,2, Hmcmng Float Comm.
1,2,3,4, Gramaphone Soc. 4, French Club 4, Photo Club
2, Band Treas. 4
January 21, 1960, Washington, Ohio
April 5, 1960, Longmont, Colo.
Drill Team 3,4, S.A. Rep. 3
November 2, 1959, San Antonio, Texas
Football 3,4, Baseball 4, C-Club 3,4, Board of Directors
4, S.A. Rep. 3, Stage Crew Artist 3,4
September 21, 1960, Nashville, Tenn.
Football 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4
September 24, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Football 1,2,3,4, Tennis 1, Track 2,3,4, Swimming 1,
Soccer 1,4, Chess Club 1,2, Band 1,2,3,4, Board of
Directors 3,4, Gramaphone Soc. 3,4, Nurses Aide 3,4,
A-V Club 1,2, French Club 1.2, Gramaphone Soc. Pres.
4, French Club Sec. 2
December 16, 1959, Little Rock, Ark.
Caribe Club 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 3, Sci.
Club 4, French Club 1,2,3,4, Debate Club 4, Thespian 3,4,
Class pres. 1, Thespian Veep 4, S.A. Rep. 2,4
HEATHER SLIMON (Honor Gradute)June 6, 1960,
New Orleans, La.
Cheerleading 2,3,4, Swimming 3,4, Caribe Club 1,2,3,4,
Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 3. N.H.S. 3,4, G.A.A.
3,4, Nurses Aide 3,4, Sci. Club 4, Sci. Club Pres. 4, N.H.S.
Treas. 4, Nurses Aide Historian 4, S.A. Rep. 1.2,3,4,
Class Sec. 3, Cheerleading Capt. 4
October 21, 1960. Coco Solo, C.Z.
Football 3,4, Baseball 4, Soccer 2,3.4
January 8, 1960, Eau Clair, Wis.
Track 1, Swimming 1, Rifle Team 4
October 4, 1960,Coco Solo, C.Z.
Basketball 1, Track 1,4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Caribe Club
1, Board of Directors 3,4, G.A.A. 1.2,3,4, Phy. Fit.
Award 126.96.36.199, Powder Puff 4, Hmcmng Comm. 1,2,3,4.
Jr. Sr. Prom Court 4, Class Sec. 4.
THERESA S. SNIDER
April 2, 1960, Bremerton, Wash.
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Swimming 4, Volleyball 3,4, Phy. Fit.
Award 1,2,3, Board of Directors 3.4. Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.
3, Jr. Sr. Powderpuff 4, G.A.A. 1.2.3,4, Class Sec. 3
VICKIE ARLEEN SOUTH
Jan. 11, 1960, Newport News. VA.
Track 1, Band 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Student Ass. 4, Pep
Club 1, Tradewind 4, Homng. Float Comm. 4.
April 21, 1960
Nov. 16, 1960, Germany
Jr. Sr. Prom court 4
Feb. 16, 1960, Worms, Germany
Softball 1,4, Tradewind 4. Drama 4, Debate 4
JOSE SUAREZ (Honor Graduate)
Nov. 5, 1960
Feb. 12. 1960, Ancon, C.Z.
Nov. 16, 1961, Panama
Caribe Club 2.3,4, Band 1,2. Board of Directors 3.
Tradewind 4, French Club 1.2,3,4, Spanish Club 1.2.
Thespians 1,2,3,4. Speech Festival Award 1. HR Alt. 1.
Thespians Sec. 4
Dec. 1, 1959, Newport. R.I.
Football 4, Board of Directors 4
ROSSANE E. THOMPSON
Dec. 27. 1958. Coco Solo. C.Z.
Softball 4, Swimming 1, Volleyball 1
Sept. 13. 1960, Ft. Ord., Calif.
Football Manager 4. Band 1,2,3.4,
Sci. Club 4, SA Alt. 3, SA Rep. 4
Soccer Manager 4,
ELADIO E. TUCKER
May 15, 1957, Colon, Rep. of Panama
Basketball 3,4, Soccer 1,2,3,4
May 10, 1960
Football 3,4, Soccer 3.4
Sept. 30, 1960, Coco Solo, C.Z.
Soccer 3,4. Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 4
PERI WEIMER (Honor Graduate)
July 29. 1960, Port Allegany, Penn.
Cheerleader 1,2,4, Homng. Court 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Tradewind 4. Class Veep 2, HR Rep. 3,4, Baseball
June 23, 1960, Fort Moumouth. N.J.
Football 2,4, Band 1
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I PATRICK L. ALDRIDGE bequeath my undercover work to
apprehend criminal animals, plus my empty cases of Panamas to Eddie
I ANA G. ALICA bequeath Sappho Ideas to K.P. so someone in some
future time will think of us. To all who is to remember in CHS.
I R. KEITH ALLAUN bequeath Mr. Bock to the underclassmen of
C.H.S. "Propelere hic demens furious" m.ytq.
I BEVERLY ALLEN bequeath my spot in the driver's seat to my sister
Lori, as soon as she can reach the pedals.
I STUART G. ALLEN bequeath my jeans with patches and my heart
to Lisa Barrett.
I LARRY ANGERMULLER bequeath all the hours of partying I
MISSED to anyone who wants to try making them up!
I PATRICIA AUSTIN bequeath all the GNARLY waves to John &
Steve A., Bob, Gomer; My wet T shirts to Mary Ann; SUMO to
Marlene; "Bob . ."
I BIRD BALLANGER bequeath my last pack of papers to Tony. Becky,
Steve and Carol, after a smoke on the Bridge, also to P. C, and D.
I MARY BEDSWORTH (STANKEY) bequeath my buns to Mary Ann
Spagna and my secretarial ability, mainly shorthand to Marlene
I BETTY ANN BIRD bequeath my rinki tink guitar to JS., punctuallity
to GS., small mouth to flapjaw LS., & my 57' chevy to CHS.
I GLENN BRANDL bequeath my brains to Larry MacNeil who needs
all the help he can get!
I RANDALL BRYANT bequeath all to my most esteemed and best
I BOB CARWITHEN bequeath my long straight hair to Cindy Roman
and my beautiful vibrato to Julie Collins.
I TEDDY CHACON bequeath to Junior my brains. Sherry my driving
abilities, and Jackie six more years of school. Good Luck!
I "SMELLIE" CIRULLI bequeath my lamppost to Vic Minshew; my
good friend RALPH to Chris Holt; all my troubles to Mr. Will the
I MARSHA COLLINS bequeath all the radical things in the world to
Rad. Rob., and to K.K.-patience.
I KATHY CORRIGAN bequeath all the radical waves to my brother
I PAULA DAVISON bequeath my smelly gym socks to Vicki Minshew;
my age to Betty Sawyers and my yellow Subaru to Kathleen Kredell.
I VICKI DOWELL bequeath all the good times with Mrs. Fattorosi to
Lori Allen; and all my visits with Mr. Palumbo to Jeanie C.
I EDWIN R. DENNIS bequeath my first sexy phone place to piggy and
my fro to Dr. Funkenstein.
I DAPHNE DOWNING bequeath the odd sounds of my oboe to J.
Richardson; my SA Treas. problems to the next unfortunate soul.
I ARTHUR EGGER bequeah all my golfing skills to J. D. Bryant.
I MARJORIE EGGER bequeath my Friendliness to my sister
I ANDREW T. EVANS bequeath all the trips to the pacific side, to
anyone with a big enough wallet and a worthy enough girl, good luck.
I SUSANA FARWIG bequeath my old but nice gym socks to my great
friend Marylin Marcum, hoping that she enjoys them very much.
I GIOVANNI FERRARI (WOP) bequeath my nose to anyone
W/breathing problems; my calculator to its' thief; my sports
knowledge to the Muscleheads.
I STEVE FETHERSTON bequeath the Yankees to John and Mr.
Grubbs; my gym socks to Mr. Will; my swimming skills to Coach
I VICKY GALVAN bequeath all the fun with Mrs. Fattorosi to my
sisters; also to any girl that thinks they can help M.T. The Vic.
I WILLIAM GOOD bequeath my dog's intelligence to Jay Ford in
hopes to bring his I.Q., up.
I TED GRAHAM bequeath first my jungle boots to Craig and second
my place in Panama to anyone foolish enough to take it.
I JACK DEWEY HARRIS bequeath my rotten jungle boots, 3 cases of
"K" Rations and 9 cases of jock itch I got in gym class.
I LAVAUGHN HAYES bequeath my Battalion Com. position to the
next unworthy soul; & my talents & skills to T.T., D.M., T.B., M.V.,
I RICK HODGES bequeath my brown hair and terrific Basketball
Skills to M. Lanzalaco; to Elena Suarez, Colon!
I MIKE HOLT bequeath all my baseball errors to my brother Chris
and all my times to bat to Lee.
I MARIO HURTADO bequeath all my bad experiences to Butch
Thompson in hopes he learns from them.
I RICK KEITH bequeath to MK, BS, SA, all the great days' at the
beach. To S.L.P, our great times in the interior.
I FRANCES KIENZLE bequeath the emerald waters, the sultry sun,
and the rainfilled days to those students of the Universe.
I ELIZABETH LEDOUX bequeath the best of luck to the upcoming
Seniors, may they always be Happy and have the best.
I THERESA LOPEZ bequeath to Betty all my bad luck in Algebra; to
Lee all my love; Lanzalaco a great Jr. year.
I HARESH MAYANI bequeath my friendship to all my friends: my
best wishes to all the students and faculty of CHS.
I SCOTT McCREA bequeath my nike's to Lanz, a case of P to Lee. my
thanks to L.B., and to Lunnette. babe I leave you all my love.
I CRAIG MINSHEW bequeath all the brats at the pool to Lee
Swearingen, and all the nearly things in the world to Buddy Ruble.
I CYNTHIA LEE MOORE bequeath my nickname "Catou" to CHS
where it will hopefully bring a smile to all who have uttered it in
I MIKE MURPHY bequeath my sanity to Simone Curtis in hopes that
she hangs on to it.
I RICHARD MURPHY bequeath to Bob Sherman a permanent cure
for sniffles and to Gome and Weeve, all the Green Meanies they can
I KATHLEEN L. PARKER bequeath my philosophical thoughts to Ana
and Teddy and my love of classical music to rock fans.
I STACY PARKER bequeath everything beautiful to Marlene, all the
Wedgies to Lee, Luck to Sharon, my heart & memories to Rick.
I MIKE PATTON bequeath my sweat to Jennifer Davison, my height
to Sharon Dumas, and the best of luck to all future graduates.
I JOHN PLANCHON bequeath to Mr. Wells one large turkey with
complete directions on stuffing it.
I RICHARD T. POLITE bequeath my truck to master Link; all my red
dots to Mr. Groover and all the happiness in the world to Pam and
I BETTE POLLACK bequeath my bad habits to Simon Curtis; my tardy
detention to Butchy Thompson; best of luck to the Juniors.
I JOHN G. REDUGA III bequeath my company to Jackie A. or Terri
B., my 65' mustang & driving skills to Maria R., who needs them both.
I JOANNE RICHARD bequeath my charm, wit and intelligence to my
I KEVIN U. RIDGE bequeath my old gym shoes to Delgado and the
N.I.C. to the Smithsonian Institute.
I LORI RIDGE bequeath my award as "Most Dependable" to someone
who will show up on time to receive it and my Bing to Bong.
I MARIA RODRIGUEZ bequeath my Thanksgiving dinner Turkey to
Randy Grubbs: my Fantastic legs to Mr. Will and my heart to R.H.
I KEVIN R. SALTZ bequeath the rust off of my car to next years metal
I TAMARA SAMANO bequeath my insanity to Dini. my
mischeviousness to Leanne; my Bump to Barbara & my angel
innocence to Marlene.
I OSCAR M. SANCHEZ bequeath my art abilities to the following
people. Trish S., Robin S., and the Lunch time gang. Room 248.
I LEN SANSCHARGIN bequeath all my good looks, brains and musical
talent to R.S., L.D. and M.B. respectively there's more than enough
to go round.
I DANILO SCOTT bequeath my abilities as an underground Mafia
Leder to Bernace. Kitras, Minehart and Tiniacos and may Al Capone
I GINGER SELL bequeath my absentee notes to Mr. P. and my
organized & witty brain to my sisters L. and J.
I HEATHER SLIMON bequeath my warm sweater to Kathy Kredell
for all the cold rooms on the third floor that she may get stuck in.
I TIM SMITH bequeath my outstanding art abilities to Frank A., my
sanity to Charle N. and my straight legs to Matt E.
I YVETTE SMITH bequeath my height to Val B., my spiking ability
to Kathy K. & my dashing speed to all who bothered me about it.
I THERESA L. SNIDER all my momentous hours at Coco Solo Pool to
Lee Swearingen and my gracefulness to Kathy Kredell. And a most
happy & successful Sr. year to all you Jrs.
I VICKIE SOUTH bequeath my blue bomb, dead battery and as many
hanging b.b.'s as she can handle to Jennifer Davison.
I THOMAS STERN bequeath my great driving skills and two
accidents to anyone wanting to become a stunt driver.
I ELENA SUAREZ bequeath my crazy times at the Snack Bar to Ginny
Bulter my "jokes" to Linda Sell and my tan to Susan Steele.
I WILLIAM THERIAULT bequeath all my smoke Bombs and Broken
Panama Bottles and Bendovers to Green Onion.
I TERESA TODHUNTER bequeath my big locker to Dee & Terrie may
they always have it filled & Tony the knot on my purse to play with.
I KIRK WALLACE bequeath all the Green Meanies imaginable to
M.K., S.A., B.S., AND L.S., and Thumper to anyone Gnarly enough to
I PERI WEIMER bequeath Lori a senior year full of parties. May
eternal "waves" come your way and may your life be filled with "silly
I ELNORA RUBLE bequeath my driving skill to J.R.; my afro to M.T.; I ORLANDO WILLIAMS bequeath my criminal record to anyone
my spanish to C.L., W.C.; my "car" to B.R. my "G.L." to L.R. stupid enough to follow in my footsteps.
QUEEN THERESA 5 KING MIKE
The Jr.-Sr. Prom is a standing tradition at Cristobal High
School. The Junior Class works year-long to raise the money to
provide the "Mighty Seniors" with a spectacular, "final,"
formal dance. The King and Queen and their court are selected
by the Junior class but the names of the "Royalty" are withheld
until the actual crowning ceremonies at the dance itself. Never
let it be said that secrets can't be kept. We knew way back in
February that Theresa and Mike would reign at this year's
Jr.-Sr. Prom! Congratulations one and all!
Back Row, Left to Right: Mike Holt, Stuart Smith, Clayton Walker, Mike Patton, Craig Minshew, Stuart Allen. Fron
Row: Maruja Hunnicutt, Yvette Smith, Ginger Sell, Betty Kay LeDoux, Theresa Lopez, Melinda Stanley, Stacy Parker
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