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CHS 1917-1933 CHS 1933-1959
Cristobal High School
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
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Title Page 1
Junior High 97
Clubs and Organizations 107
Crist :,ai High School has gone through several periods of
change Luring the first years of the U.S. presence on the Isthmus,
school -or Atlantic side students had a checkered pattern. In
general, "high schools" were established near the largest work sites
and moved when the task was completed.
The earliest U.S high school was located in Cristobal in 1907;
there have also been U.S. high schools located in Gatun and Colon
Beach. For some years the largest U.S. high school in the Zone was
located in Gatun, with branches at Culebra and later Ancon. With
the completion of the Canal and establishment of the Canal Zone
High School in 1913, this pattern was reversed. Now the high school
was on the Pacific side with branches on the Atlantic side.
Cristobal High School was established in 1914 in several
wooden buildings in the area of the Washington Hotel. It had only
one teacher, who was also principal, and included only grades nine
and ten. Third and fourth year students went to the Pacific side by
train each day. Student had to take examinations in order to get
into Cristobal High School and married women were not allowed to
be high school teachers.
By 1917, the first building designed solely to Cristobal High
School was constructed on Colon Beach. This bui i a is pictured
on page one in the top left photo. In that year stud ts had to go to
school Saturdays to make up time lost when the des:. don't' t arrive
in time for opening of school. Cristobal High School was now a four
year school and in 1918 had its first graduating class of se-en
In 1933, Cristobal High School moved to a newer and better
equipped building, located about two blocks from the first building.
This school is pictured on page one in the top right photo. The sites
of both these earlier CHS's were ceded to Panama by treaty in the
mid-1950's; ironically, both buildings are still used as schools today.
For a time in the 1950's, plans were made to construct the new
CHS in Margarita, but when the U.S. Navy offered a disused
barracks complex in Coco Solo, the plans were dropped and CHS
was located in the gift building. Cristobal High School was
established in this, its present site, in 1959.
On: school is going through yet another
tr period, only this transition signifies
rte en< of an era, not a new building, and
e compasses much more than just the school.
Last summer, a pair of treaties were
signed that irreversibly changed the lives of all
Canal Zone people. In the works for thirteen
years, these treaties got their final push when
President Carter took office in January, 1977.
Canal Zone people waited patiently
through many tense months, listening to
rumors of riots in the Republic, news of
student slaying in Panama City, and general
unrest. Disquietude spurred talk and wild
rumors ran rampant. The months dragged
tediously on. Negotiations finished and the
treaties were finalized. Panama held a
plebiscite in which the Panamanian citizens
supported the treaties with a two-thirds
majority. The infamous treaties were then put
before the American Senate, where, through
constant debate, they were amended at the
vagaries of the Senators. In order to get a
better background of what they were voting
on, the Senators began visits to the "Canal
Zone" and Panama, some venturing out to
Contadora, and the San Bias Archipelago,
where their arrival was heralded by an act of
American patriotism when the Old Glory was
Bitterness and resentment were common
emotions. People talked a lot but felt helpless
to do anything to protect their lifestyles.
Strikes could cost them their jobs which were
in a percarious position anyhow.
Civic leaders held countless meetings
with the governor, the senators, and anyone
else who cared to listen. Influential Zonians
testified before the Senate.
Events boiled to a climax when the
students of Cristobal and Balboa High
Schools, frustrated beyond words by the
uncertainty of it all, in desperation staged two
days of walkouts, one day walking to the
Gatun Locks in the sweltering heat, showing
they cared, hoping that someone would listen.
We here at CHS shared a rare feeling of
camaraderie with the Balboa students who
came over to join us in our undertaking.
Only, it seems, no one listened to the cries
of the Americans here in the Zone, and it also
seems that all the students valient efforts were
in vain, for less than three weeks after the
student protest, the senate ratified the treaties
and we became destined for untold change.
S Most of the events after that were
anti-climactic. President Carter came and
went, his one appearance in the Canal Zone
being far from patriotically frenzied. He
thanked the American citizens for their
Sperserverance. They tried not to acknowledge
his. Displays were set up in the library to help
us to better understand what was in store. The
Spillway and the Review printed numerous
: articles in response to the confusion, but here
1 we are, those of us who are left, and our
condition persists; for though the treaties were
passed and signed months ago, and the furor
has died down, our future remains uncertain.
The treaties are riddled with relatively
indiscernable passages, which, despite all the
informative propaganda, only a few com-
prehend We have had to be content to learn
only what concerns our particular interest, for
the rest becomes too boggling for the average
As far as the students interests are
:'::: concerned, we do know that this will be the
last class to graduate under the Canal Zone
Schools System as it now exists. Next year the
.: Schools Division will be turned over to the
i Department of Defense. No-one is quite sure
what changes will will entail but it is generally
thought that most of the impact will be felt by
the teachers, with few changes being felt by
Just what exactly will happen. Well
we leave that to the future classes to find out
S for themselves.
started on the first day of seventh grade when we
i assumed the awesome responsibilities of
changing classes, keeping our books in a locker,
eating lunch in a cafeteria, catching our busses,
and all the other significant changes from
In sixth grade, we had been the biggest and
looked down to the smaller kids, then, just a few
months later, we became the little kids once more
and were looked down up on in turn.
.Moving up through the ranks we gradually
adjusted to the changes and settled into the changes and settled into the new
Routine, our elementary school years becoming
just a hazy memory.
The pace of the social life moved up and we
found that we had to make our own decisions on
such subjects as smoking, drinking, and drugs.
We came to realize that our parents were
Reluctantly watching us grow up, and that, though
they were still guiding us, they no longer took
In the beginning of our high school years, our
parents supervised the completion of our
homework, gently nagged at us to get it done. As
the years went by, and the books got bigger, they
L ., lam .. left us to assume responsibility for it ourselves.
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A sense of pride and school spirit grew in us the
longer we were here. Participation in school
functions, either active or passive, heightened our
Our first bonfire as students of CHS invariably
mustered some recognition of spirit, as the familiar
conical blaze, which has been referred to in countless
writings as the "roaring Tiger spirit," burned on.
Pep rallies, the cheerleaders, the ringing of the
victory bell, slave days, lockers that won't open,
detentions, cars; these and many more memories
indelibly etched in our minds.
There is a uniqueness about CHS that few will
ever forget. Each student is individualistic, we have
no conformists because there are no real standards
to conform to except our own. CHS is a progressive
school and its students have always been open to
change, themselves instigating much of it.
Few American high school have such a potpourri
of students. CHS is attended by students from all of
the Americas; a few European countries are
represented. This year CHS students were put to a
test when Rainbow City and Cristobal High Schools
were integrated. CHS students responded well,
welcoming the new students into our school without
being racially biased.
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Through changes . .
What you can
What you must
From oppressing views
An open mind
A liberal soul
To exist as yourself
For freedom to Be
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Mr. Renno has been
teaching since 1962, seven
of those years with the
Canal Zone Schools Divi-
sion. This is his second year
as principal and he seems to
enjoy his administrative
duties. Mr. Renno earned
his Bachelors degree from
William Jewell and his M.A.
from the University of Red-
Our new Assistant Principal
here at C. H. S. is Mr. Barrowes. He
was the principal at Rainbow City
High School and joined Mr. Hoffman
here as an Assistant Principal
following the merger of the two
schools. He obtained his bachelors
degree from Canal Zone College
and his masters degree from the
University of Nebraska.
Mr. Hoffman, the other Assis-
tant Principal, moved up from
teaching to administrating last year
and now handles most of the
disciplinary matters. Mr. Hoffman
came to the Canal Zone from Texas
where he earned his bachelors
degree from Texas Lutheran Col-
lege and his masters degree from
Southwest Texas State University.
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HAND FOR STUDENTS
Mr. Mowery, the boys' counselor,
earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees at 1" --
Indiana State University. He says the
expanded Industrial Arts program is the
most significant change he has seen
since he has been at C.H.S.
Mrs. Gegg is the girls' counselor.
She earned her B.A. and M.A. degrees
at Cornell University. She believes the
most significant change at C.H.S. is the
change from a completely college prep
curriculum to one that includes voca-
tional courses. Her advice to the
graduates, "Never be afraid to be the "
Our attendance counselor, Mr. Palum-
bo, attended Northwest Missouri State
University where he earned his M.S. in
Guidance and Counseling. His fondest
memories are of the years he spent as a
student at C.H.S.
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Dr. DeLa Garza, M.D. Mrs. Blanchette, R.N.
Located in the back portion of the office
S Iis the clinic where Mrs. Blanchette and Dr.
S_ iDeLa Garza are on hand to take care of
routine check-ups, minor aches and pains
and to provide immediate medical care in
case of an emergency.
&L Our schools resource center, the
library, stores a wealth of knowledge with
scores of books on many diverse subjects.
Another storehouse of information is Mr.
Wells, our school librarian, who is capable of
locating an infinite number of trivia from the
obscure corners of the library.
Mr. Bock teaches
Geometry and Analysis
this year. He is known
for his direction of our
school plays. When
asked to write a short
message to the seniors
he wrote, "The rain in
Spain stays mainly on
the plain." This is
typical of Mr. Bock.
Ms. Allaun teaches American
Literature, High School Reading and
ninth grade English. She will always
remember the weekends she has
enjoyed here through the years. Ms.
Allaun wishes all the graduates luck
in the years ahead.
Our football coach,
Mr. Bryant earned his
M.A. degree at Western
New Mexico University.
He teaches Math and
Physical Education this
Mr. Berger earned his B.A. at
Michigan University. He enjoys
teaching seventh graders Social
Studies. Mr. Berger believes in the
old saying, "If at first you don't
succeed try, try again."
This is Mrs. Cam-
podonico's first year at ---
C.H.S. She earned her
Master's degree at
University and teaches
Spanish here at C.H.S.
earned his M.A. degree
at the Eastman School
of Music. He teaches
the Beginner, J.V., and
Senior Bands. One of
his most pleasant
memories is the Senior
Band Concert that was
presented last April. Mr.
Carwithen is one of the
few teachers a student
can have six years in a
This is Mr. Cob-
ham's first year at
C.H.S. He directs the
Chorus and J.V. Band.
He also directs the
Senior Band when Mr.
Carwithen is absent,
Mr. Cobham was in
charge of the audio-
visual equipment this
Mr. Cowley teaches
Algebra and Computer
earned his B.A. degree
at Trinity University.
One of his most plea-
sant memories is last
year's Jr.-Sr. Prom. His
message to the
graduates A certainty
is an illusion.
Mr. Dedeaux teaches Physical
Education this year. He admires the
success of the students in the past
years. He believes that if you are
doing something you like you will be
Mrs. Fattorosi teaches high
school Physical Education. She says
she will always remember the
students she has had through the
years and the surprises they have
given to her. She believes she has
seen a resurgence of the Tiger Spirit
in the past two years.
A new teacher this
year, Mrs. Gercich
teaches Basic English
and Remedial Reading.
She will always
remember her first
Honor Society Initiation.
Her message to the
seniors is Psalms 37:4
which says, "Take
delight in the Lord and
he will give you the
desires of your heart."
Mrs. Favorite earned her B.S.
degree at Mary-Hardin Baylor
College and M.S. degree at A & I
University. She teaches American
History and English 8.
Mr. Gansen teaches Behavioral
Science, Modern Geography and
General Business this year. He
wishes the graduates every success.
The yearbook staff wishes to thank
Mr. Gansen for all the time he has
devoted to photography so that we
could give you these memories of
Mr. Gomez is a new
teacher this year. He
earned his M.A. degree
at the University of
Panama and the Univer-
sity of Mexico. He
teaches Spanish I,I1,111
Mr. Graver thinks
the most significant
change C.H.S. has un-
dergone since he has
been here is the re-
modernization of the
shop and the building of
the auto-shop. He
teaches Industrial Arts
8 and Mechanical Draw-
Mr. Greaves teach-
es Earth Science and
Math. He earned his
M.A. degree in Math at
ty. His message to the
seniors, "Keep abreast
of all social changes
and adjust your life style
to maximize all benefits
and minimize all
Mrs. Harris teaches Physical
Education. She has enjoyed coach-
ing girls who work and play hard and
excel is their sport. Her advice to the
seniors is to get turned on to life.
Mr. Gregg earned
his A.A., B.A., and M.A.
degrees at Canal Zone
College and the Univer-
sity of Colorado, re-
spectively. He teaches
U.S. History and Social
Mr. Grubbs teach-
es Math and Physical
Education. He says one
of his fondest memories
will be that of beating
Balboa during the bas-
ketball season. The
most significant change
he has seen since he
has been at C.H.S. is the
way the students and
Mr. Henry teaches Algebra,
Consumer Math and Calculus. He
earned his B.S. at D.C. Teachers
College and his M.A. at San Jose
State College. He would like the
graduates to think of graduation as
the first stage in their education in
life as worthwhile citizens.
teaches English, Short
Story and Business
English. She earned her
B.A. degree at the
University of Texas and
her M.S. at Purdue
University. Her mes-
sage is Proverbs 25:11,
"A word fitly spoken is
like apples and gold in a
setting of silver."
Mr. Hieronymus earned his B.S.
at East Central Oklahoma and his
M.N.S. at Oklahoma University. He
will always remember the large
number of fine students he has
taught through the years. He
believes you should set an achiev-
able goal and try to attain it as your
own. Mr. Heronymus teaches Math
7, Chemistry and Physiology.
Mrs. Hoffman teaches tenth
grade English and Journalism. She
earned her B.A. at Texas Lutheran
College. She says she finds it
challenging to respond to the
honesty and "realness" of her
students. She believes you have two
choices in life, to find inner
discipline within to grow as an
individual or stagnation which is a
very poor second.
teaches Special Educa-
tion. He will always
remember his associa-
tion with the students
and faculty of C.H.S. He
believes one should
always try to better
Mr. Jacobs earned
his B.A. in education at
lahoma State University
and his M.E. degree at
lahoma State Universi-
ty. He will always
remember the fine
students and teachers
he has worked with.
Mr. Johnson teach-
es Bookeeping, Shorth-
and and Typing. He
earned his B.A. degree
at Bemidi State College
and his M.E. at Central
Washington State Col-
lege. He believes one
should learn to get
along with other people
and treat them as he
would like to be treated.
Mr. Jones teaches
Physical Education here
at C.H.S. He earned his
M.A. degree at New
York University. His
advice to the seniors,
"Don't quit, even
though the road seems
rocky. There are better
Mr. Koziol earned his M.A. and
B.A. degrees at Michigan State
University. He will always remember
the friends he has made here
through the years. He teaches Art
and believes that life is full of
important things that need to be
done and we should begin doing
them right now.
Mr. Lassila earned his B.A. and
M.A. degrees at California State
University in Los Angeles. He
teaches metal shop and wood shop.
Mr. Knoop teaches
Modern Geography and
U.S. History. He thinks
the most significant
change C.H.S. has un-
dergone since he has
been here has been the
disbanding of the
His most cherished
memory is the illumina-
tion that came over
Alice Randazzo's face
when he explained the
Monroe Doctrine to her.
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Captain Ludlow earned his B.S.
degree at the United States Marine
Academy. He will always remember
the cafeteria lit by candle light at the
Commissioning Ball held last
September. He encourages the
seniors to look into the Sr. ROTC
program of the college or university
they will be attending. These
programs offer many things with
little commitment on your part.
Mrs. Lynch teaches Home
Economics and Social Studies. She
congratulates the seniors but wants
them to continue to improve
themselves in all phases of life
teaches Special Educa-
tion. She earned her
B.S. and M.S. degrees
at Illinois State Univer-
sity. She believes one
should prepare himself
for the future.
teaches Home Econ-
omics. She will
remember the concerts
presented by the Senior
Band through the years.
The biggest change she
has seen at C.H.S. is the
change in the dress
code. Her advice to the
graduates, "Do not
cheat yourself by doing
less than your best."
There was a new
course offered to the
students this year, Auto
Shop. This course was
taught by Mr. Milligan.
He earned his B.S.
degree at Eastern
Montana State College.
Mr. Palumbo teach-
es I.P.S. and Math 7. He
earned his B.S. degree
at Northwest Missouri
State and his M.E.D.
degree at the University
Mr. Reeves as a teacher will
remember the joys and pains and
rewards of teaching, and also the
joys, pains, and rewards of learning
when he was a student at CHS. He
teaches Physics, Life Science, and
Mr. Patty teaches
Biology and Life
Science. He will always
remember the week-
ends he spent hiking in
the jungles of Panama.
He wishes the seniors
NMluck in the years ahead.
Mrs. Riefkohl teaches French.
She will always have fond memories
of her good friends and her
students. She believes one should
prepare for self-support and not
depend on others.
Mrs. Rankin teach-
es Physical Education.
She will remember the
mutual respect between
the teachers and
students. She believes
Sthe biggest change CHS
has seen is having her
first as a student and
now as a teacher.
Ms. Stabler teach-
es English, and she
received her B.A. at the
Pan American Universi-
ty in Edinburg, Texas.
She enjoys watching
her seventh and eighth
graders graduate as
seniors. Her advice to
the seniors is, "Keep
your spirits up, work
hard, but at the same
time, let your free child
Mrs. Shank teaches 7th and 8th
grade English. She received her
BSS ED at West Virginia University.
Mr. Shank received his B.S.
degree at the University of Alabama.
He teaches 7th and 8th grade art,
and he also handles the more
advanced classes of Art II, III, and
Mrs. Tanner be-
lieves the most sig-
nificant change CHS
has undergone since
she has been here has
been a complete loss of
any standards of dress
and behavior. She at-
tended the University of
North Carolina and
Mr. Wattley is new
at CHS this year. His
degrees consist of an
A.A. from Canal Zone
College, an M.A. from
San Jose State, and A
BSC. from D.C.
Teachers College. He
teaches Woodwork I,
General Math and Math
Mrs. Witcher teaches Math 8 and
Algebra. She says her fondest memories
are those of the outstanding music
programs provided by Mr. Carwithen
and his talented musicians. She believes
the greatest gift a person can receive is
love: God's love, his family' love and
Mrs. Weaver teaches British Litera-
ture and American Literature. She will
always remember last year's Christmas
Formal held aboard the S.S. Cristobal.
Her Message to the graduates, "May
you stay forever young." Bob Dylan
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"Okay you guys, anybody know the capitol
"Uh, I don't like the looks of that!"
"Oh no, not again!"
"Isn't he cute?"
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
PRESIDENT KATHY KREDELL
TREASURER FRANCES KATSUMOTO
VICE PRESIDENT LEE FETHERSTON
SECRETARY BARBARA MOOCHLER
"My false eyelashes just don't want to stay on!"
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Even cars can get warts.
"Of course I'm gorgeous!"
Patricia Bridwell Hernando Brin
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"I heard mudpacks were good for the skin, but this is ridiculous!"
Giovanna Butler Mariam Bynoe
Sherry Ann Chacon
"Hurry, give this to Leanne. Here he comes."
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Prospero Cordoba Jr.
"Yeah, I'm cool."
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Jennifer Davison Christina Deters
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"Come sail away with me.
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"Could it be a trick? A bomb?"
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Donna Harden Amelia Hartley
Shh!! Artist at work.
"Yeah, she's the one."
Winters Hope Barbara Inniss
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"Dear Juan ... "
John MacNeil Jr.
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Santa's helpers caught in the act! Leanne Mans
Zoraida Martinez Joseph Mattingly
Now, this is what would be considered a beauty!
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Stood up again!
Richard Rainey Jr.
Don't be scared, just walk through the middle.
Rogelio Ramsey Ricardo Raymond
"If you don't watch it, I'm going to spit in your eye!"
David Ridge Craig Riordan
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John Ruble Jr.
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Let's go make some mud pies!
Jacqueline Sell Linda Sell
Mary Ann Spagna
Let's see 2 2x3 = 6, and 2 x 5 = 10 and . .
Sandra Stanley Tania Steele
"Smooth move, fool!!"
Sherrie Tway Jeffery Tyree
My, aren't we photogenic!
George Vamprine David Viloria
Enrique Wallace Melanie Watson
Egberto Willies Jr.
Peter Scheets (not pictured)
Randy Schreiber (not
Marco Brin (not pictured)
SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Doris Acosta, do bequeath my seriousness and thinking to my
friends isabel C. and Reginald R. Mascot- (Sugeli B. Jarquin.)
SEnieda Acosta, do bequeath my happiness and friendliness to all
i, Lori Allen, do bequeath Lianne W. my vital cork-screw in hopes that
she'll have a "complete" senior year.
I, Steve Arnold, do bequeath a beach, butterflys, and shells, a blazing
sunset for Rebecca; Mandala.
I, Liza Balmaceda, do bequeath my swimming ability and my lovely
smile to Ester.
I, Mike Barnes, do bequeath my brains to F. A., my speed to J. C.,
and to Gary all my football skills which J. D. thinks nothing of.
I, Mario Beatty, do bequeath my electronic ability and a nickel to
George, and my admirers to Marvin.
I, Carlos Bernace, do bequeath the high tuition rate to all the
unfortunates who have to pay it.
I, Gary Blanchard, do bequeath Mike Barnes as my "Cool Soul
Brother" Frank Aguiar, my Sister, and Sharon Dumas, B. Q. of C. Z.
I, Bocko, do bequeath my height to Betty Sawyers.
I, Jonathan Borsellino, do bequeath my major rank and position in
ROTC to the one I love with all my heart-Frankie Wood.
I, Delcia Bowen, do bequeath my sense of humor to my sister Eneida
and all my consol styles to Dilly.
I, Patricia Bowerman, do bequeath my intelligence to Susan, my
sunny disposition to John and my knowledge of German to Betty and
I, Jerry Bredenkamp, do bequeath my sax talents to Dee Malo and
all the good times at football games to R.C.
I, Patricia Bridwell, do bequeath all my love to Donna and everything
beautiful to Denise and my memories to Panama.
I, Elvia Brown, do bequeath my coolness to my sister Vielka, and to
all good jokers.
I, Zuleika Burac, do bequeath my ROTC ability to my brother,
Francisco, & my sharp turns to G Rotc Drill Team.
I, Nitzia Burrell, do bequeath all the beer I can drink to Kim, and all
the tequilla to Mona & Margaret.
I, Ginny Butler, do bequeath 400 whoopie pies to Karen M. and Paul
R. and my bubbles to Billy and Jackie.
I, Mariam Bynoe, do bequeath the good memories and good times
I had at CHS to anyone who accepts them.
I, Dilcia Campbell, do bequeath to Valeire Reece the way of getting
along with people and my comic books.
I, Sherry Chacon, do bequeath my weight to Kenny L., my laughter
to Roy Cox.
I, Lisa Cisneros, do bequeath to Mr. C. the memory of the joy I
brought to his class. (Psst, Psst Mr. C.)
I, Norma Clarke, do bequeath my ability in maths to my two brothers,
Rolando, and Samuel. Keep on studying in school. Good Luck.
I, Amira Cohem, do bequeath to Damaris all the gum she can find
under my name.
I, Julie Collins, do bequeath my best wishes to the 3 Musketeers in
their Sr. Yr. and my undying gratitude to Mr. C.
I, Rick Conway, do bequeath my right foot to Andy Chapman, my love
to Mrs. L. B., my friendship to anyone who would accept it, C. H. and
my dumb thoughts to anyone who is dumb enough to accept it.
I, Prospero Cordoba, do bequeath my trait to Scorpians and P.R. and
my pal Dawson all the doobies he can handle.
I, Simone Curtis, do bequeath big bad burps to G. B., P. H., & K. M.,
Me to "Hot Child in the City" (David M.)
I, Carl Dahlstrom, do bequeath to Simone C. "a worms eyeview", to
J. Sell, my driving knowledge, to all my "Junior" Friends, Good Luck
I, Sheila Davis, do bequeath my senior year to my husband, Ken.
I, Jennifer Davison, do bequeath happiness to all of the Juniors for
their Senior Year.
I, Chris Deters, do bequeath W. H. to Dini, all my new experiences
to Michelle & Jason, and my future and happiness to Keith.
I, Georgia Dohle, do bequeath my 5 year fro to G. Allaun & sewing
abilities to Miss Lynch and K. F.
I, Sharon Dumas, do bequeath Gary all of the beer baths he can
handle, to Carol T. my thanks for the best partying times I ever had,
and to my babe, Mike I leave all my love forever.
I, Delia Dun Moodie, do bequeath my ambition to be a secretary and
sportsmanship to my sisters, Manleny and Magaly.
I, Covina Evans, do bequeath my athletic ability, my beautiful
personality and smile to my sis, Vannia.
I, Jim Ferguson, do bequeath all my bad times at football to Mark,
and all my driving abilities to Bill.
I, Lee Fetherston, do bequeath my white skin and black albums to
I, David Finneman, do bequeath my seat in the tree to anyone smart
enough to accept it.
I, Kelly Forrest, do bequeath the bus stop gang to S. Graver and my
water skiing abilities to my brothers.
I, Rigoberto Gomez do bequeath my ability to think and act correctly
to Luis Galvez.
I, Alexis C. Goodridge, do bequeath my dexterity in solving problems
and my learning capabilities to Marcia.
I, Charles Griffice, do bequeath nothing to nobody, I want to keep
I, Lori Hanes, do bequeath the rest of my brains to Betty Jones, who
needs them worse than I ever did.
I, Amelia Hartley, do bequeath to Mr. Cowley more computers like
"Our Machine" and less students like John Overstreet.
I, Roxanne Hawkins, do bequeath my friendliness, cheering skills,
and love for sports to Carla Holder.
I, Carol Henry, do bequeath my beautiful smile to Eneida Bowen and
my tennis ability to Sharon Redman.
I, Paula Hershey, do bequeath my shapely curves to Karen Miz, & to
my little sister, everything beautiful.
I, Karl Hinz, do bequeath my 1958 Volkswagon to the Mt. Hope
I, Winters E. Hope, do bequeath my car and driving skills to D. H. to
be haunted with forever.
I, Barbara Innis, do bequeath my ability in track to Vielka Anderson
and my serenity to Eneida Bowen.
I, Jean Jordi, do bequeath all my swimming abilities to whoever may
want them and my dental problems to Lee.
I, Michael Keith, do bequeath J. C. & D. H. a case of Rash wax, to
Clyde my Bertleman surf style, to Arlene, my body. God Bless CHS.
I, Cristo Kitras, do bequeath my true genius which lies in surrounding
myself with talented people to my adversaries.
I, Kathleen Kredell, do bequeath my "wildways" to Lisa B. & Betty
S., a little etiquette to Lanz, & no disturbance to Laura's blissful
oblivion. Alolt JBR & my thanks to the Hoffmans.
SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Estella Koyner, do bequeath my physics problems to Damaris and
good luck to the upcoming Seniors.
I, Juliana Landers, do bequeath my music ability to my little brother,
& my sweet smile to Mara Sobers.
I, Michael Lopez, de bequeath my poor shooting skill to Annie Oakly
I, Ovidio Machado, do bequeath all my admirers to anyone who can
do what I have done, and kisses to my admirers.
I, Marilyn Marcum, do bequeath my equanimity to my brother Marvin,
my worn-out shoes to Susan Farwig, and my Bn. to S. T. -do
something with them!!
I, Leanne Michail Mans, do bequeath groups of whatever to
whomevers, may they thoroughly adore their well, whatever.
I, Sonia Maxwell, do bequeath my appealing smile to Dahlia Morris
and my elegance to Eneida Clare.
I, Michael L. Mazzerolle, do bequeath my romantic talents to D. Hope!
All my charm to K. K., K. H., M. G. and D. M.
I, Donna McDonald, do bequeath all my school work & dirty socks
to Rose Love.
I, Mona Medina, do bequeath my never on Mondays to Patty Rorke,
and all my happiness to my sisters, Elizabeth and Maria.
I, Bob Menges, do bequeath my great tennis abilities to anyone that
can handle them.
I, Laura Meyer, do bequeath my 26" waist line to M. C., and to CHS
I, Susan Milligan, do bequeath all the fun times in the "Bionic Bug"
and memories of CHS to Mel, Dee, & Myrna.
I, David Minehart, do bequeath my vandalism outcomes and
procrostinating ways to Abie Herer. My high tuition tares to all the
Canal Zone students.
I, Margaret Moebus, do bequeath my position in the kitchen to my
sister Helen, and to Patti, all my love.
I, Barbara Moochler, do bequeath to Jackie the knowledge that being
able to have a true friend, you must first know yourself.
I, Elva Moolchan, soon to be sane, do bequeath TRADE WIND Editor
to anyone who'll take it. Hurry!! Ah, sanity at last.
I, Todd Morgan, do bequeath magnamious, maturation, and manifest
I, Charles Norval, do bequeath my photographic abilities to Coach
I, John Overstreet, do bequeath my athletic body to my brother, Paul,
and my jokes to B. SAWYERS!!!!
I, Ronald Palomares, do bequeath my outstanding F Troop, S.A.
Presidency and acting ability to David Sorenson.
I, Cindy Patton, do bequeath my bad habits to Karyn and Denise
Dumas, Georgia Dohle, and Sheila Davis.
I, Ricardo Raymond, do bequeath my way of playing sports to my
brother, Dionision, and my way of conquering the girls to?
I, Michelle Reece, do bequeath my swimming ability & comb to Jackie
Anthony, and my smile to Specht.
I, Carla Rega, do bequeath my beautiful laugh to Bird, and all the
good times we had together, and to CHS ......
I, Enrico Richards, do bequeath my ability to play soccer to the guy
who loves it like I do.
I, Jackie Richardson, do bequeath to Annie, Pricilla's friendship on
those long lonely nights.
I, David Ridge, do bequeath to Mark Gewin Coco Solo Pool and
"Polacko." "Have Fun."
I, Craig Riordan, do bequeath my private chauffer (Tony "Ace"
Streeter) and the rest of my fie S.
I, Ted Sanchez, do bequeath to P ;. cake she can eat next
year and my paper clip chain to he '.ho files papers for G.
A. next year.
I, Linda Sell, do bequeath all my love '. ,Gerry F., and
Adam B. and to the "Greeks" all our 'si,,,
1, Jacqueline Denise Sell, do bequeath to A~ier t frustrations
of a drummer, to Carl D. my French, and to my ji C:ass the best
of luck forever! To my friend, King Ed, all my ad-, to.
I, Sandra Smith, do bequeath my D.T. position to C. Scott and my
partying time to Sue.
I, Marlene Snyder, do bequeath all the great times at the Tarpon to
I, Mary Anne Spagna, do bequeath that my smelly gym shoes are left
to Becky Courtney, I leave Holly Coe all my good times at the Tarpon
I, Diana Sperling, do bequeath my fondest memories to Keri, my
"footsteps" to my sisters, "May they tread smoothly." Luck to CHS.
I, Sandra Stanley, do bequeath the best of luck to Cricket who
deserves the best during her next years in school.
I, Tania Steele, do bequeath my fatness to Vita, singing to Fiama,
ways to Ana, and my love to all.
I, Lynette Stokes, do bequeath my laughter to those who remember,
memories to S. M. and happiness to one who finds it.
I, Elena Suarez, do bequeath all the "Panamefos" and Colon parties
to Jackie Anthony.
I, Lee Swearingen, do bequeath all my football, basketball abilities
to Lanz, and all my love to Katie.
I, Faye Thomas, do bequeath my special lunch table to Elvia S. and
Sergeant Koon's old car to Jackie A.
I, Carol Thompson, do bequeath to Deb & Ali, endless summers, to
Kym & Patti early morning sunlite. To Monte, the feelings it takes to
get there, & to Becky, an old book of dreams and a new pair of wings,
I, Mandy Thompson, do bequeath my jogging tradition, as well as my
exquisite singing to Esther Mesa.
I, Alex Tiniacos, do bequeath my high tuition rates for the down
payment of the band rug.
I, James A. C. Valencia, do bequeath to Marcia Loizeaux all my skills
of music and poetry and all my love to an ex-graduate of CHS,
Heather M. Slimon.
I, David Viloria, do bequeath my ability in sports to my sister, Beatriz.
I, Maria Viloria, do bequeath my love and seriousness to Humbento
I, Miguel Wallace, do bequeath my tennis ability to Benito, future
world champion, some kind of how.
I, Melanie Watson, do bequeath the pursuit of a career in accounting
to my little sisters. Ease up! Yeah!!
I, D. G. Wattley, do bequeath shiny brass and drill team sharpness
to M. Marcum, my driving skills to "Bombay" Nathu.
I, Kenneth H. Willis Jr., do bequeath nothing to Craig Lake Pierre
Limey Nicholos Riordon Esquire.
I, Egberto Willies, do bequeath my humbleness, charm and
knowledge to my little sister, Lindia.
I, Little J., do bequeath my ability to studying to my little brother
Rolando. Good luck in the Boogie Hoogie future for all of you.
I, Zoraida Martinez, do bequeath al the exciting times during my
senior year to all the upcoming graduates, my big brown eyes to
David Leggett, my craziness to my sister Jacqueline, & all my love
to Barry Hotle.
Mr. and Ms. C.H.S.
Leonardo Barker and Kathy Kredell
Ron Palomares and Michele Reece
Henry and Buddy
Mike Keith and Ginny Butler
Sharon Dumas and
Victor Lau and Pat Bowerman
Charles Norval and Pat Bowerman
Covina Evans and
Egberto Willies Pim/
November 11, 1957, Coco Solo, Canal Zone
_--ptember 18, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
LORI MARIE ALLEN
July 6, 1961 Lewistown, Montana
Tennis-Intramural 3, Varsity 4; Baseball Manager -
Varsity 3,4; Board of Directors 2,3; Cheerleader 3; GAA
3, President 4; S.A. Representative 1,2,3.
STEVEN DWIGHT ARNOLD
April 12, 1961 Ft. Hauchuca, Arizona
Track J.V. 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4.
LIZA LIZBETH BALMACEDA
October 6, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Softball J.V. 1,2,3; Swim Team J.V. 1,2,3
MICHAEL PRESTON BARNES
February 7, 1961 Whittier, California
Baseball Varsity 3,4; Basketball J.V. 3, Varsity 4;
Football Varsity 3,4; Softball Varsity 3,4; Track -
Varsity 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4.
MARIO ROBERTO BEATTY
January 24, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Audio Visual 1,2,3,4.
JUAN CARLOS BERNACE
November 30, 1960 La Havana, Cuba
Baseball J.V. 1,2; Golf J.V. 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Stage
Band 4 (lettered); Audio Visual Club 1.
GARY D. BLANCHARD
February 25, 1961
Baseball J.V. 1, Varsity 1 (1 batting average trophy
and team trophy); Football Intramural 1, J.V. 1, Varsity
1 (3 letters); Golf Intramural 1, Varsity 2 (Certificates);
Track Intramural 1, Varsity 2 (lettered); Science Club
1 (Represented School at Science Symposium)
VALERIE GRACE BOCK
January 5, 1961 Panama Canal Zone
Basketball Intramural 2, Varsity 2 (2 letters); Softball
- Varsity 2 (all star trophy); Tennis Varsity 4 (letters);
Volleyball Intramural 1, Varsity 4 (4 letters); Band 4;
Board of Directors 1; GAA 4; Art Club 1; Thespian
JONATHAN JOSEPH BORSELLINO
June 16, 1959 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Band 1; Tradewind 4; ROTC 2,3,4 (F Company
Commander and Battalion 5-3 Officer).
DELCIA A. BOWEN
January 31, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Intramural 2,3; Track J.V. 1,2,3;
Volleyball Intramural 2,3, J.V. 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3.
PATRICIA ANN BOWERMAN
April 29, 1961 Baytown, Texas
Board of Directors 3; Caribe Club 3,4; French Club 3,4;
NHS 3, Secretary 4; Nurses Aides 1,2,3, Vice-President
4; Tradewind Assistant Editor 4.
JERRY EDWARD BREDENKAMP
December 11, 1960
Baseball Varsity 2,3,4; Basketball J.V. 3; Soccer -
Varsity 4; Tennis J.V. 2; Track J.V. 2, Varsity 3,4; C
Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4.
PATRICIA LYNNE BRIDWELL
October 25, 1960
Basketball Varsity 3 (lettered); Drill Team 2,3,4;
ELVIA ENAIDA BROWN
November 25, 1960
ZULEIKA ADELA BURAC
December 27, 1959
Basketball Intramural 1; Track J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3;
Nurses Aides 1; ROTC Drill Team 3,4
NITZIA IRAIDA BURRELL
June 1, 1960 Panama
Basketball Intramural 2 J.V. 3 Manager,
Statistician; Track J.V. 2 Timer; Volleyball J.V. 2
- Manager, Statistician; Board of Directors 1; Chorus
1; French Club 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Secretary,
Treasurer; Nurses Aides 1,2,3,4 Historian,
Vice-President; Science Club 1.
GIOVANNA V. BUTLER
August 30, 1960 Panama
Band 1,2; Board of Directors 3; Caribe Club 2,3,4;
French Club; Junior Class Treasurer 3.
MIRIAM DEL ROSARIO BYNOE
October 25, 1961 Colon, Panama
Physical Fitness Award 1976; Drill Team 4; French Club
4, Secretary; Nurses Aides 3,4, Treasurer; Tradewind
DILCIA ELENA CAMPBELL
October 22, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Band 1,2,3,4; Board of Directors 4.
SHERRY ANN ROSE CHACON
August 17, 1961
Volleyball Intramural 3,4; Library Volunteer 3; Nurses
Aides 3, 4 President; S. A. Home Room Representa-
tive 4; Pep Club 4.
LISA ANSELMA CISNEROS
December 18, 1960 Lockhart, Texas
Volleyball J.V. 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2; French Club 4;
Board of Directors 3; Nurses Aides 3,4; Tradewind 4;
Spanish Club 1,2 President; Class Officer 1 -
Secretary, 2 Reporter; Medical Explorers 3 -
Secretary, 4 Vice-President; S. A. Representative 2;
S. A. Member 1,2,3,4; 1978 Youth Atlantics Queen
NORMA ELENA CLARKE
October 26, 1958 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
ROBERTO V. CLARKE
July 10, 1961
Baseball Varsity 3; Basketball Varsity 1.
AMIRA ESTHER COHEN
March 29, 1962 Panama City, Panama
Band 2; Caribe Club 2,3; French Club 1,2,4; Nurses
JULIE LORRAINE COLLINS
May 30, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Varsity 1,2; Volleyball Varsity 1,2,3,4;
Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Home Room Alternate 4;
Band Officer 4.
RICARDO ALBERTO CONWAY
January 18, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Baseball Varsity 1,2; Basketball Varsity 1,2,3,4;
Soccer Varsity 1,2,3; Softball Varsity 1,2; Track -
Varsity 1,2,3; C-Club 2; Drill Team 2; Football Varsity
PROSPERO ALBERTO CORDOBA
October 24, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Swim Team Intramural 1; Drill Team 4.
SIMONE NATALIE CURTIS
September 10, 1961 Berlin-Lichterfelde, Germany
Caribe Club 4; Drill Team 4; French Club 4; NHS 4.
CARL ANTHONY DAHLSTROM
August 20, 1961 Balboa, Canal Zone
Board of Directors 2; Gramaphone Society 1,2,3,4;
S.A. Representative 1,2,3,4; Sr. Homecoming Float 4;
Freshman Homecoming Float 1.
JENNIFER CARLA DAVISON
September 8, 1961 Fontana, California
Basketball Intramural 1, Varsity 2; Track Varsity 4;
Boy's Basketball Watergirl Varsity 3; C.H.S. Drill
Team 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4 Vice-President; Tradewind
3,4; Yearbook 3; Art Club 2.
CHRISTINA MARIE i
April 5, 1961 Quantico
French Club 1.
SHARON A. DUMAS
January 12, 1961 Alexandria, '/
Soccer Intramural 3; Drill Tear
Homecoming Court 4.
DELIA MARIANA DUN MOODIE
January 10, 1961
Basketball Varsity 1,2,3; Softball Varsity 1,2,3;
Volleyball Varsity 1,2,3.
COVINA CRICELIS EVANS
December 12, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Varsity 1,2,3,4; Softball Varsity 1,2,3,4 -
Captain; Swim Team Varsity 1; Tennis Varsity 1,2,3;
Track Varsity 1,3; Volleyball Varsity 1,2,3 Captain;
Table Tennis Intramural 1,2,3; Gymnastics -
Intramural 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Board of Directors 4;
Cheerleader 1; Chorus 1; NHS 4; Science Club 1; Arco
Iris 1; Tennis Club 3,4.
JAMES MARK FERGUSON
February 24, 1961 Rockwood, Tennessee
Football Varsity 3,4; Track Varsity 3,4
LEE EDWARD FETHERSTON
August 20, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Swim Team J.V. 1,2, Varsity 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3;
Drama 2,4 Secretary; French Club 4; Art Club 1,2;
Student Assistant 3,4; Class Vice-President 4; Board of
DAVID L. FINNEMAN
December 20, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball J.V. 1; Tennis J.V. 1; Varsity 1.
KELLY JAMES FORREST
October 19, 1961 Ancon, Canal Zone
Football Varsity 4; Band 1,2,3,4 (lettered 3); Board of
Directors 3; Stage Band 3 (lettered).
May 27, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
ALEXIS CLEMENTE GOODRIDGE
September 2, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball J.V. 1,2; Soccer J.V. 1,2.3: Track J.V.
1; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Drama 1; ',j': 1.2,3; Stage
Band 1,2,3; Show Band 1,2; Football J.V. 1,2
CHAP! LEE GRIFFICE
October 4, 1961 Galveston, Texas
L3RI JEAN HANES
January 9, 1961 Nice, France
Board of Directors 4; Caribe Club 3,4; Chorus 1,3;
French Club 3; Science Club 2; Ecology Club 2;
AMELA BELINDA HARTLEY
August 21, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Band 1,2,3; Board of Directors 4; Chorus 1; French
Club 4; Science Club 1; School Newspaper 2.
ROXANNE DEAN HAWKINS
December 22, 1959 Bluefields, Nicaragua
Basketball Intramural 2; Track Intramural 1, J.V. 1;
Chorus 1; Drill Team 3; Nurses Aides 1; Pep Club 4.
CAROL PATRICIA HENRY
September 21, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Varsity 4; Softball J.V. 1; Tennis Varsity
3,4; Volleyball Varsity 2; Tennis Tournament Varsity
1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Board of Directors 4;
Cheerleader 1; Chorus 1; Science Club 1; School
PAULA LYNN HERSHEY
June 14, 1961
Soccer Intramural 3,4; Volleyball Intramural 4;
French Club 4; Nurses Aides 4; Yearbook 4.
KARL WERNER HINZ
May 12, 1961 Cristobal, Canal Zone
Soccer Varsity 3; Track J.V. 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Band
1,2,3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4 Secretary Treasurer; NHS
4; Nurses Aides 4; Science Club 3.
WINTERS EDWARD HOPE
June 1, 1960
Baseball Varsity 3,4; Football Varsity 4; Rifle Team
1,2,3,4 Captain (lettered 2,3,4); Band 1,2,3 (lettered
2,3); Stage Band 3,4 (lettered 3,4); Procrastinators
BARBARA A. INNISS
September 26, 1960
Softball Varsity 2; Track J.V. 4; Varsity 1,2,3
JEAN CLAUDE JORDI
October 28, 1961 Colon, Panama
Swim Team Varsity 1,2,3,4; Tennis Varsity 3; Caribe
Club 2,3,4; C-Club 2,3; French Club 1; NHS 3,4;
Science Club 3.
FRANCES MASAMI KATSUMOTO
February 16, 1961 Yokohama, Japan
Basketball Intramural 3; Volleyball Intramural 3,
Varsity 2 (lettered); Board of Directors 2, 4 Treasurer;
GAA 2; Art Club 1.
MICKAEL BRYAN KEITH
September 22, 1961
Soccer-Varsity 4; Swim Team J.V. 1; Track Varsity
3,4; Band 1.
CRISTO A. KITRAS
September 9, 1961 Athens, Greece
Baseball Varsity 3,4 (lettered); Golf J.V. 1,2; Soccer
- Varsity 1,2,3,4 (lettered); Tennis Varsity 3; Band
1,2,3 (lettered 2,3); Board of Directors 3,4 Director;
French Club 2,3; Gramaphone Society 2; Spanish Club
1; Audio-Visual Club 1.
December 2, 1960
Basketball Varsity 1,2,4 (lettered); Soccer- Varsity 2;
Softball Varsity 1,2,3,4; Swim Team Varsity 2; Tennis
- Varsity 1,2,3,4 (lettered); Track Varsity 3 (lettered);
Volleyball Varsity 1,2,3,4 (lettered); GAA 1,2,3,4,
Vice-President; NHS 3,4 Vice-President; Science
Club 3; Board of Directors 3,4; Class President 2,4;
Class Vice-President 3.
ESTELA MARIA KOYNER
June 26, 1962 Pnama
Caribe Club 4; Nurses Aides 4.
JULIANA E. LANDERS
December 11, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Gymnastics Intramural 1; Band 1,2,3,4
MICAHEL FRANCIS LOPEZ
February 16, 1961 Ancon, Canal Zone
Rifle Team 2,3,4 (lettered); Trophy from R.O.T.C. May
1978; Trophy from Cristobal Gun Club 1978; Caribe
Club 3,4; Gramaphone Society 2,3; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4.
OVIDIO PEDRO MACHADO
December 9, 1961
Baseball Varsity 3; Basketball Intramural 3; Football
- Varsity 4; Soccer J.V. 4, Varsity 2,3; Swim Team -
J.V. 4; Track Varsity 2; Volleyball J.V. 3,4; Band
1,2,3; Chorus 1; Audio Visual 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2.
LEANNE MICHAIL MANS
November 22, 1961 Bremerton, Washington
Volleyball Intramural 1; Band 2,4; Board of Directors
2; Caribe Club 2,4; Drama 1,2,4; NHS 4; Tradewind 4;
Yearbook 1,4 Editor; Drill Team 2,4
October 25, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Intramural 1,2; Swim Team J.V. 1;
Volleyball Intramural 1,2,3,4; Speedball Intramural
1; J.R.O.T.C. Trans-lsthmian Bicentennial Relay; Band
1; Caribe Club 1,2; French Club 1,2,3,4; Nurses Aides
2,3; Tradewind 1,2; Yearbook 1; J.R.O.T.C. 1,2,,3,4.
Zoraida C. MARTINEZ
June 9, 1960
French Club 4; Tradewind 3; Yearbook 3.
JOSEPH D. MATTINGLY
February 27, 1961
Basketball J.V. 3; Soccer Varsity 1,2,3,4.
SONIA ALICIA MAXWELL
August 29, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Softball Intramural 1, Varsity 3; Track Varsity 3;
Band 1,2,3; French Club 4; School Newspaper 2.
MICHAEL LEE MAZEROLLE
Ocotber 18, 1961 San Diego, California
Baseball Varsity 3,4; Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 4;
Football Varsity 4; Golf J.V. 1; Soccer Varsity 3,4;
Tennis Varsity 1,2,3,4; Audio-Visual Club 1,2
DONNA MARY McDONALD
December 9, 1959 Connecticut
Volleyball Intramural 1; Office Aide 2.
MONA LISA MEDINA
June 22, 1961 San Manuel, Arizona
Soccer Intramural 3; Chorus 4; C. H. S. Drill Team 4;
ROBERT J. MENGES
September 10, 1960 St. Thomas, Virginia
Tennis Varsity 2,3,4; Science Club 3.
LAURA L. MEYER
June 5, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
SUSAN LYNN MILLIGAN
July 27, 1961 Columbus, Montana
Nurses Aides 1; Pep Club 2.
DAVID GEORGE MINEHART
March 31, 1961 London, England
Baseball Varsity 1; Golf Varsity 1,2; Soccer -
Intramural 2,3 J.V. 1,2,3, Varsity 1,2; Tennis J.V. 1;
Track Varsity 1,2; Band 1; Gramaphone Society
1,2,3,4; Science Club 1; Procrastinators Club 1,2;
Wrestling Intramural 1,2.
MARGARET F. MOEL
October 31, 1961 Broo
Volleyball Intramural 2; S,
CHS Drill Team 4; Yearbo
l nate 4; Jr-Sr. Prom;
BARBARA ANN MOOCHLER
June 18, 1961 Auburn, New York
Basketball Intramural 2; Soccer f.' ntramural
3 (lettered); Board of Directors 3,4; CHS Dril Team 2,3;
Class Secretary 1,3,4; Home Room Representative 3;
Jr. -Sr. Prom 3; Class Floats 1,2,3,4.
ELVA JULIE MOOLCHAN
April 25, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Varsity 4; Volleyball Intramural 1, Varsity
4; Volleyball Manager Varsity 1,2 (letter); Basketball
Manager Varsity 1 (letter); Board of Directors 3,4; Jr.
- Sr. Prom Financial Committee Chairman 3; Caribe
Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Drama 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4;
NHS 3,4- President; Nurses Aides 1,2,3,4, Historian 4,
Vice-President 2, President 3; Science Club 3,4;
Tradewind 2,3,4, Co-editor 2, Editor 3,4; Yearbook 3;
Society of Distinghished American High School
Students 2,3,4; Library Assistant 1; Homecoming Float
Committee 4; Homecoming Dance Committee 1,2,3,4;
Home Room Representative 2,3,4; Christmas Formal
TODD STEWART MORGAN
February 13, 1961 New Smryna Beach, Florida
Soccer -J.V. 1; Track J.V. 1
CHARLES L. NORVAL
July 22, 1961 Caracas, Venezuela
JOHN FRANCIS OVERSTREET
October 15, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Baseball Varsity 1,2; Football Varsity 3,4; Band 3,4.
RONALD STEVEN PALOMARES
October 1, 1961 Fresno, California
Swim Team Varsity 1,2,3,4, J.V. 1,2; Band 1,2,3;
Caribe Club 1,2,3,4; Drama 3,4; French Club 3,4,
Vice-President 3; Science Club 3,4, Secretary 3;
Yearbook 2; R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; Color Guard 3: F
Company Commander 4; Rifle Team 4; Fi ,-.-s
1,2,3,4; S.A. Representative 1,2,3; S.A. President 4.
CYNTHIA LOUISE PATTON
June 15, 1961 San Francisco, Cil I-.r-,
Football Manager Varsity 3 (le -.!.
DARPEL.L. WAYNE POLAND
A 7, 1961 Kinnitra, Morocco
Scer Varsity 3,4
April 5, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Baseball Varsity 2,3,4; Basketball Varsity 4; Football
- Varstiy 4; Soccer Varsity 2,3,4; Swim Team Varsity
MICHELE VIRGINIA REECE
August 10, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball Varsity 1,2,3; Softball Varsity 1,2,3;
Tennis Varsity 1,2; Volleyball Varsity 2,3; WSI
certificate 4; Band 1,2,3,4.
CARLA LYNN REGA
April 24, 1961 Perth Amboy, New Jersey
Board of Directors 4; CHS Drill Team 2,3,4.
ENRICO VALENTINO RICHARDS
October 12, 1961
Baseball Varsity 1; Football Varsity 4; Soccer -
Varsity 3; Band 1; Drill Team 4.
JACQUELINE J. RICHARDSON
March 19, 1961 Bethesda, Maryland
Band 1,2,3,4; Board of Directors 4; Cheerleader 3;
French Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; S. A. Secretary
4; Sr. Band Secretary; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Homecoming
DAVID PETER RIDGE
September 13, 1961
Football Varsity 3; Swim Team Varsity 1,2,3,4; Track
- Varsity 3,4; Cayuca Race 3,4; Board of Directors 3,4.
CRAIG N. RIORDAN
May 13, 1961 Miami, Florida
Rifle Team 3,4 (lettered); Rangers 1,2,3,4, Commander
3; Color Guard Commander 2.
JOHN (BUDDY) DENNIS RUBLE
December 14, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football J.V. 1,2; Soccer Varstiy 3,4; Track Varsity
3,4; J.V. 1; Band 1; Tradewind 3; Yearbook 3.
YVONNE LAVERN SAMUELS
December 12, 1961
Basketball Intramural 4; Band 1.
JACQUELINE DENISE SELL
February 16, 1962 Little Rock, Arkansas
Basketball Intramural 2; Volleyball Intramural 1,2;
Stage Band 1,2,3, (lettered 1,2,3); Board of Directors
2 Sophomore Class President; Drama 1,2,3,4 -
President; French Club 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Float
LINDA A. SELL
January 19, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Band 1,2,3; Board of Directors 3,4; Drill Team 3,4;
French Club 1,2,3,4 President, Vice-President;
Science Club 3,4; Tradewind 4; Spanish Club 1,2;
Homecoming Court 4; Homeroom Representative 4.
SANDRA J. SMITH
June 10, 1961 Fort Jackson, South Carolina
Drill Team 1.
MARLENE ROBBIE SNYDER
February 24, 1961 Dallas, Texas
Basketball Intramural 1,2; Softball Varsity 1,2,3,4;
Tennis Varsity 1; Track Varsity 1, J.V. 1; Board of
Directors 1; Caribe Club 1,2,3; CHS Drill Team 1,2;
GAA 1,2,3; Junior Class President; Homecoming
Queen 4; Freshman Class President.
MARY ANN SPAGNA
April 8, 1959
Basketball Varsity 1; Presidential Award 1,2,3,4; CHS
Drill Team 1,2; GAA 1,2; Homecoming Court 4.
SANDRA LEA STANLEY
November 8, 1961 Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Soccer Intramural 4; Volleyball Intramural 4; Board
of Directors 4; French Club 4; Tradewind 4; Yearbook
TANIA VERONICA STEELE
May 28, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
LYNNETTE ELISA STOKES
December 8, 1960 Portmouth, Virginia
Soccer Watergirl Varsity 3 (lettered); Basketball
Watergirl Varsity 3 (lettered); Football Watergirl -
Varsity 3,4 (lettered); Band 1; Board of Directors 3;
Tradewind 3; Yearbook 3,4; Softball Varsity 2,3;
Physical Fitness Award 2,3.
ELENA M. SUAREZ
November 16, 1961 Panama City, Panama
Band 1,2; Board of Directors 3,4; Caribe Club 2,3,4,
President 4; Drama 1,2,3,4. Secretary Treasurer 3,
Vice-President 4; Thespian Award; French Club 2,3,4,
President 4; Nurses Aides 4; Science Club 4;
Tradewind 3,4; Yearbook 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Speech
Award 1; Society of Distinguished American High
LEE DAVID SWEARINGEN
April 21, 1961 Boston Massachusetts
Baseball Varsity 3,4; Football Varsity 4; Soccer -
Varsity 3,4, MVP Def. Player; Tennis Varsity 1,2;
C-Club 1,2,3; NHS 4
FAYE MARIE THOMAS
September 27, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
R.O.T.C. 1,2,3,4; Band 1; R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2,3; Art
Club 1; Office Assistant 4; Best Drill Team Member
CAROL ANNE THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.
MANDY FLOOR ) THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.
March 10, 1962 Athens, Greece
Tennis J.V. 1, Varsity 2; Track J.V. 1; Band 1,2,3;
French Club 1,2,3; Gramaphone Society 1; Class
JAMES A. VALENCIA
June 8, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football Varsity 2; Tennis Varsity 2; Chorus 1, Talent
DAVID PABLO VILORIA
December 11, 1959 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Baseball Intramural 4; Basketball Intramural 4; Swim
team Intramural 4; Tennis Intramural 4; Volleyball -
Intramural 4; Track Intramural 4.
MARIA ESTHER VILORIA
June 9, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Swim Team Intramural 1; Tennis Intramural 1.
ENRIQUE MIGUEL WALLACE
March 28, 1958
Baseball Varsity 1; Soccer Varsity 2; Softball -
Varsity 1; Tennis Varsity 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Varsity
1; R.O.T.C. 4.
MELANIE PATRICIA WATSON
November 16, 1961 Panama City, Panama
DAVID G. WATTLEY
August 18, 1959 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Baseball Varsity 4; Soccer J.V. 1, Varsity 1,2,3,4;
Track J.V. 1,2, Varsity 4; Cayuco Race 3,4; Band 1;
Drill Team 2,3; Detention Hall 1,2,3.
May 18, 1961
Table Tennis 1,2,3,4; Barn
Gospel Messengers 1,2,3.,
(Baptist ) Director; A.V. Club
Band 3,4, Assistant Director;
2,3 Musical Director
S- Officer; Chorus 1;
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.. resident; Stage
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KENNETH HOWARD WILLIS JR
January 24, 1961 Portsmith, Virginia
January 24, 1961 Portsmith, Virginia
Swim Team Varsity 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4 (lettered 3,
Officer 4); Drama 3; Stage Band 2,3 (lettered 2).
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