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Cristobal High School
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Volume LXII
1979
CHS 1959-today


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page 1
Theme 4
Faculty 13
Seniors 31
Juniors 71
Sophomores 81
Freshmen 89
Junior High 97
Clubs and Organizations 107
Sports 125
Activities 141
Epilogue 155
Advertisements 161




Crist. :~ai High School has gone through several periods of
change duringg the first years of the U.S. presence on the Isthmus,
schools -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'tt 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
students.
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.


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On- schol is going through yet another
tr ; period, only this transition signifies
the e"n 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
unfurled.
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.


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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
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
mind
As far as the students interests are
i: 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
S 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
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Just what exactly will happen. Well
we leave that to the future classes to find out
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'started on the first day of seventh grade when we
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
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and were looked down up on in turn.
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adjusted to 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 watchingere looked down u p, and that, though
they were still guiding us, they no longer took
adjuscomplete control.
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
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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
spirit.
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


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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 . .

Be
What you can
What you must

Break free
From oppressing views

Overcome
Limitations

Maintain
An open mind
A liberal soul

Strive
To exist as yourself

Search
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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-
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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

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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Mr. Mowery, the boys' counselor,
earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees at 1" t-
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
best."

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
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Located in the back portion of the office
is the clinic where Mrs. Blanchette and Dr.
DeLa 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.


LIBRARY

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.


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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 "l
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
year.

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
George Washington
University and teaches
Spanish here at C.H.S.


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Mr. Carwithen
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
row.


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
year.












Mr. Cowley teaches
Algebra and Computer
Programming. He
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
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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.


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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
C.H.S.


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
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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-
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Mr. Greaves teach-
es Earth Science and
Math. He earned his
M.A. degree in Math at
Pennsylvania Universi-
ty. His message to the
seniors, "Keep abreast
of all social changes
and adjust your life style
to maximize all benefits
and minimize all
defects."


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
Studies 8.





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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
teachers dress.


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
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Mrs. Holland
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."


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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.


Dr. Holmgrain
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
one's self.


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Mr. Jacobs earned
his B.A. in education at
Southwestern Ok-
lahoma State University
and his M.E. degree at
Northeastern Oak-
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ty. He will always
remember the fine
students and teachers
he has worked with.


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Mr. Johnson teach-
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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
times ahead."


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
upper-class homeroom.
His most cherished
memory is the illumina-
tion that came over
Alice Randazzo's face
when he explained the
Monroe Doctrine to her.



























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
especially educationally.


Mrs. Markland
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.


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Mrs. McNaughton
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.


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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
of Florida.


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
luck in the years ahead.


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
Driver Training.


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
the biggest change CHS
has seen is having her
first as a student and
now as a teacher.


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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
be free!"


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
IV.


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
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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
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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
friends' love.




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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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS


PRESIDENT KATHY KREDELL
TREASURER FRANCES KATSUMOTO
VICE PRESIDENT LEE FETHERSTON
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Eneida Acosta


Francisco Aguiar


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Norma Clarke

Roberto Clarke


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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
Virgos.
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
Lisa.
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
next year!
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
Faye Thomas.
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
it all.
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
Dump.
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
Sorenson.
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
of manner.
I, Charles Norval, do bequeath my photographic abilities to Coach
Dedeaux.
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 ,i '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 s
1, Jacqueline Denise Sell, do bequeath to Aier frustrations
of a drummer, to Carl D. my French, and to my i ss the best
of luck forever! To my friend, King Ed, all my adl :'ia
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
Vicky Minshew.
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
Club.
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,
fly!
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
Wallace.
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
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Wittiest
Henry and Buddy
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EGBERTO WILLIES
ELVA MOOLCHAN
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Victor Lau and Pat Bowerman

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BARBARA MOOCHLER
RON PALOMARES

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Jackie Richardson

Cristo Kitras


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Simone Curtis


Lee Featherson


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COVINA EVANS


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Lee
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Jackie
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Egberto Willies
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DORIS )STA
November 11, 1957, Coco Solo, Canal Zone

DA ACOSTA
_- ptember 18, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

LORI MARIE ALLEN
July 6, 1961 Lewistown, Montana



SENIOR

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
Treasurer 4.

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;
Soccer 3.

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
4.
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
Aides 1,2,4.

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
1,2

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.


yearbook 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
Directors 4.

DAVID L. FINNEMAN
December 20, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball J.V. 1; Tennis J.V. 1; Varsity 1.




STATISTICS


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).

RIGOBERTO GOMEZ
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; 'ji'~ 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;
Civinettes 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
Newspaper 2.

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.



SENIOR

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
1,2,3,4

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.

KATHLEEN KREDELL
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

MARYLIN MARCUM
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;
Yearbook 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,
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BARBARA ANN MOOCHLER
June 18, 1961 Auburn, New York
Basketball Intramural 2; Soccer r.' ntramural
3 (lettered); Board of Directors 3,4; CHS Drii Team 2,3;
Class Secretary 1,3,4; Home Room Representative 3;
Jr. -Sr. Prom 3; Class Floats 1,2,3,4.




STATISTICS


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
Committee 4.

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
School Photographer

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; F-i ,:-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-r
Football Manager Varsity 3 (lenv.j.







DARPEL L. WAYNE POLAND
A -i 7, 1961 Kinnitra, Morocco
: cer Varsity 3,4

RICARDO RAYMOND
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
1,2,3.




SENIOR



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
Float 4.

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
Committee 2,4

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
3.

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
School Student.







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
Award 2.

CAROL ANNE THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.

MANDY FLOOR ) THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.

ALEX TINIACOS
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
Treasurer 2.

JAMES A. VALENCIA
June 8, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football Varsity 2; Tennis Varsity 2; Chorus 1, Talent
Club 1,2,3.

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.


EGBERTO WILLIES
May 18, 1961
Table Tennis 1,2,3,4; Bar';
Gospel Messengers 1,2,3,4
(Baptist ) Director; A.V. Club
Band 3,4, Assistant Director;
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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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Arturo Howell
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John Schwartz
Carmen Scott
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Robin Shamblin
Ernest Smith
Marcelo Smith
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Tony Mendoza
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Elizabeth Theologos


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Marjorie Adamson
Evelia Anderson
Christine Antonelli
Scarlett Avera
Adam Baitel
Danielle Barriteau


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Rebecca Berlin
Mario Blackman
James Brown
Vielka Brown
Robert Bruce
Francisco Burac Jr.


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Jorge Burgess
Miriam Calvo
Kellie Carey
Tori Carlile
Gregory Castleman
Jose Cavazos


Jacquline Chacon
Lester Christopher
Patricia Cirulli
Jordi Claramunt
Michela Clark
Samuel Clarke


Vasquez Codrington
John Corliss III
Jean Corrigan
Phillip Cruz
Jerome Czar Jr.
Arturo Davis


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Maritza Dawson
Henry De La Garza
Daniel DeWalt
Donald DeWalt
Diane Dumas


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Marleny DunMoodie
Vannia Evans
Lauren Fennell
Gerard Ferro
Terry Floyd
Stephanie Follett


Felicia Ford
Wayne Forrest
Enrico Francis
Eric Galvez
Ruth Geer
Dina Gehringer


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Chris Harlin
Antonio Hartley
Kelly Hoover
Scot Hudson
Thomas Ingram Jr.


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Ellen Graham
James Gray
Kenneth Green
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Francisca Jeanmarie
Selma Jeanmarie
Donna Jennings
Felix Juarez
Linda Kane


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John Kirby
Kim Kirby
Ricardo Koyner
Jaime Lau
Winfred Lawson


Gladys Lloyd
Gerardo Manosalva
Lucinda Machin
Russell McCullin
Sheila McDaniel
Beth McDonough


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Cindy Middleton
Elizabeth Mizrachi
Joshua Morales
Kellie Mulligan
Stephen Necessary
Selina Newell


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Maribel Ortiz
Rodrigo Palacio
Martin Pettit
Toni Planchon
William Pope




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Brian Powell
Tina Powell
Charissa Pretto
Angela Rainey
Lena Ramirez
Sharon Redman


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Charles Renno
Martin Revello
Lisa Reynolds
Maria Reza
David Riordan


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Richard Rubio
Ramon Scott
Ralph Sell Jr.
Patricia Shamblin
John Shearn


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Christopher Smith
Denise Smith
Caroline Soley
Scott Sorenson
Jeannette Sperling
Fiama Steele


Gena Stinnett
Mialynn Suddarth
Anilbhai Sukho
Victor Sutton
Kathryn Terkanian
Armando Thomas


Yvette Thompson
Tina Valentine
Beatrice Viloria
David Wachtel
Susan Walters
Donna Watson


Jonathan Wattley
Beverly Wells
Kenny Williams
Rhonda Williams
Shawn Williams
Lindia Willies


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Teresa Wilson
Emma Yohoros
Doris Younce


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Elizabeth Ailing
Ruben Camargo
Sabrina Foster
Lisa Jones
Julio Ramos
Luis Rosaly
Mario Simpson
Clyde Thompson


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Kathryn Ahern
David Beach
Carlos Beatty
Jeffrey Berry -
Bryan Boggs
Marlene Bonilla I


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John Bowerman
Brian Camacho
Stacie Carey
Leatisia Clark
Melanie Coke
Martin Cox


Roy Cox
Penny Davidson
Carmen Diaz
Magaly DunMoodie
Jennifer Edwards
Eric Fennell


Ruth Ferro
Maryetta Fields
Mayra Flores
William Fowlkes
Debra Fry
Garrett Gadbois


Valerie Gallegos
Lisa Galvan
Deborah Garcia
Gerald Graver Jr.
Sharon Green
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Russell Harmon
Malinda Haynes
Rolando Hemmings
Tanya Holland
Yolanda Howell


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Joseph Hummer
Ana Iglesias
Grace Jones
Vyrna Kandrin
Denise Keith
Maria Kitras


Samuel Knoche
Traci Kraemer
Mitzia Lau
George Layne
Jo Ann Leggett
David Lowinger


Vivian Maduro
Arturo Magalon
Manuel Mantalaba
Debra Marshall
Michael Marshall II
Santos Matos III


Usha Mayani
Sandra McCarrick
Madelon Meijer
Javier Melendez
Todd Mendenhall
Ernesto Menendez


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Helen Moebus
James Moebus
Ediberto Morales
Susan Newall
Trinh Nguyen


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Arlene Norton
Jeffrey Otero
Nelkis Paniagua
Robert Parker
Richard Parnell
Sindy Phillips


Jaime Pujals Jr.
Mariel Reece
Cathleen Reynolds
Michael Rigby
Lawrence Rounsaville
Diane Rodriguez


Ali Sakhr
Samuel Salinas
Deborah Salinger
lann Sanchez
Richard Sanford
Lonnie Sawyers


Ana Seeley
Karen Semon
Joseph Shearn
Lamont Smith
Shari Smith
Lynn Stone


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John Styles Jr.
John Sullivan
Jody Swearingen
Theodore Sweet
Tammie Terrell
Gary Thomas


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Ray Thompson
Karian Tiblier
Eva Tigart
Karl Torres
Francisca Trejos


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Lesa Walker
Gary Wallace
Roy Watson
Laura Welty
Trina West


Wilfredo Whitaker
Cynthia White
Sonia White
Denise Willette
Sonya Williams
Jeanne Wilson


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Noah Wright
Loris Yohros


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Maria Ramos
Helga Wise


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John Holland, treasurer; Mateo Ubben, vice president; Mr. Shank, faculty advisor; Jackie Richardson, secretary; Ron
Palomares, president; not pictured-Tami Witcher, assistant treasurer.
So that's what they're doing with all the money!


SA CO-ORDINATES. '

ACTIVITY FUNDING


The Student Association budgets the incoming money
between the clubs, trying to adequately provide for the
needs of each organization requesting funds. Last year Ron,
Mateo, John and Jackie were elected to the important
positions of president, vice president, treasurer and
secretary respectively. Due to the multitude of work, there
is also an assistant treasurer, Tami Witcher.
Representatives are chosen in each homeroom in order
to have complete representation from the student body.
Alternates are also chosen to insure that all views and ideas s d
are shared.





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Junior High S.A. Representatives: Doug Bence Al Bito, Jackie Chacon, Stacie Carey, Patricia Cirulli, Jean Corregan,
Henry De La Garza, Debbie Egolf, Ruth Greer, Dina Gehringer, Madelin Gonzalez, Kelly Hoover, Acelia Howell, Liza
Kandrin, Denise Keith, Traci Knamer, Manuel Mantalaba, Usha Mayania, Kathy Overstreet, Charissa Pretto, Jamie
Pujals, Angela Rainey, Piero Reece, John Rowell, Dann Sanchez, Carole Sanchez, Danny Smith, Denise Smith, Gena
Stinnett, Ray Thompson, Yvette Valentine, Rhonda Wilson, Trersa Wilson.
Senior High Representatives: Jackie Anthony, Lisa Barrett, Tara Brown, Dilcia Campbell, Sherry Chacon, William
Clark, Holly Coe, Julie Collins, Simone Curtis, Carl Dahlstrom, Covina Evans, Alicia Fletcher, Alexis Goodridge,
Denise Healy, Marcie Hepner, Carol Miller, Margaret Moebus, Sandy Meyer, Elva Moolchan, Kathy Noland, Paul
Overstreet, Maurya Ridge, Arlene Rodriquez, Adia Roman, Betty Sawyers, Linda Sell, Jackie Sell, Scott Slimon, Elvia
Smith, Mercedes Stanley, Lynette Stokes.


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Margaret Moebus, Lynette Stokes, Richard Haynes, Sherri McCullin. Susan Bowerman, Liz Gillespie. Susan Stabler,
sponsor. Seated: Nancy Rankin, Assistant Editor, Leanne Mans, Editor


CARIBBEAN


Editor-in-Chief: Leanne Mans, Assistant Editor: Nancy
Rankin, Business Manager: Lynette Stokes, Typist:
Sherri McCullin, Photographers: Mr. Gansen &
Charles Norval


This year everyone interested in working on the year
required to fill out an application in order to form a dep
staff. Extremely time consuming and often frustrating, thi
creating a yearbook is one that stretches the ability of the
the limit. Always striving to improve a layout to the small
even while running to make a deadline takes infinite patie
dedicated few who remained on the staff after th
enthusiasm had worn off are the ones who did the real wo
reward the satisfied feeling that comes from a job wel


Layout Crew: Margaret Moebus, Liz Gillespie, Maria Irion,
Susan Bowerman, Sharon Dumas























The Tradewind works diligently to put out a
paper as often as possible, in order to keep the
student body and faculty informed about recent and
future events. The Tradewind gives the students a
chance to write creatively and to express their
opinions and criticisms.
Elva Moolchan was the editor this year, her
second year of handling this responsible position.
The sponsor was Ms. Judy Weaver.



TRADEWIND


Seated, Elva Moolchan (Editor). Standing, left to right: Natalie West, Regina Naper, Linda Sell, Elena Suarez, Mateo
Ubben, Sandra Stanley, Vern Caturia. Missing: Pat Bowerman, Lisa Barrett, Miriam Bynoe, Lisa Cisneros, Carmen
Domingue, Denis Healy, Winnie Lawson, Leanne Mans, Lianne Werlein, Bill Willet, Tami Witcher, Charles Norval.















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JUNIOR
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DIRECTORS
This organization of the
Junior class has one main task a
year, that is to finance and direct
the Junior Senior Prom. All school
year long, the Junior Board is
planning for this special night so it
will long be a night to remember.





Dee Malo, Marcos Ubben, Vicky Minschew, John Holland, Mary Rivera, Terry
Brown, Alice Randazzo, Betty Sawyers, Elvia Smith, Mike Lanzalaco.






SENIOR

BOARD OF

DIRECTORS
The Senior Board of
Directors is a group of
students who get together
and make decisions on what
types of activities to have.
They have to get ideas on
money making activities and
activities in which the senior
class gets together just to
have a good time and join in
with friends.




Elva Moolchan, Amelia Hartley, Elena Suarez, Lori Hanes, Linda Sell, Sandra Stanley,
David Ridge, Covina Evans, Delcia Campbell, Cristo Kitras, Donna Harden, Carol
Henry, Officers: Kathy Kredell, Lee Fetherston, Barbara Moochler, Fraces
Katsumoto. Missing: Leanne Mans, Margaret Moebus, Mary Anne Spagna, Donna
Harden.







NURSES

AIDES

CLUB

Nurses Aides is a club for the
future doctors and nurses of the
world. This year Nurses Aides
have a new sponsor Mrs. Mark-
land. Officers of the club are:
Sherry Chacon (president), Pat
Bowerman (vice president), Lisa
Cisneros (secretary), Mirian
Bynoe (treasurer), Elva Moolchan
(historian).


Members: Nancy Rankin, Ingrid Smith, Argie Molivas, Yvette Valentine, Michelle
West, Helen Gregg, Melinda McNeil, Dina Wright, Lourdes De La Garza, Cathy
Healey, Estela Koyner, Damaris Stephens, Diane Heres.


FRENCH


Elena Suarez (president), Linda Sell (vice president), Mirian Bynoe (secretary), Lisa Barett
'treasurer), Nitzia Burrell, Ingrid Smith, Jackie Richardson, Carlos Arango, Natalie West,
Regina Waper, Lee Featherston, Paula Hershey, Simone Curtis, Karen Mitzarachi, Jackie
Sell, Sandra Stanley, Cricket Stanley, Amelia Hartley, Amira Cohen, Dini Spring, Kris
Deters, Jackie Anthony, Elvia Smith, Jania Steele, Sonia Maxwell, Zoraida Martinez, Alex
riniacos, Cristo Kitras, Ginny Butler, Ester Mesa, Syria Menly, Michel Jeanmane, Pat
Bowerman, Lisa Cisneros, Sponsor: Mrs. Riefkohl.


CLUB

This year the French Club
is doing something most clubs
have not been doing for the
past few years being
active. It's membership has
increased and different
projects have been organized.
The first event was a
"French Weekend." It in-
volved a banquet with enjoy-
able entertainment and "un
diner deliceux." Also a disco
dance was planned at the
Y.M.C.A.
The Club hopes to have
conversation sessions, charity
projects, a beach party and
anything that might occur to
one of it's members. The
French Club is proving that
there are students at C.S.H.
that care and are ailing to
work for what they want.

















CARIBBEAN CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY


The Caribbean Chapter of the
National Honor Society of Cristobal
High School was chartered to honor
W Distinguished students and to create
an enthusiasm for more scholarly
tastes. Election for membership to
this elite Society is based on four
o- lf criteria: scholarship, service, leader-
SL ship and character. Scholarship
requirements were amended this
year. with second semester juniors
requiring a 3.5 grade point average for
consideration, first semester seniors,
a 3.25 grade point average and a
second semester seniors, a 3.00
grade point average instead of the
former 3.00 grade point average for all
candidates. Selected members of the
faculty deliberate upon the merits of
students who meet the standard
scholastic qualification. In the two
initiations held each year, one in the
fall and one in the spring, deserving
candidates are chosen for member-
ship in the National Honor Society.


From left to right: Ron Palomares;
Elena Suarez; Estela Koyner; Karl
Hinz; Leanne Mans; Pat Bowerman;
Elva Moolchan, President; Egberto
Willies; Covina Evans; Kathy Kredell;
Lee Swearingen; Jean Jordi.
This page
sponsored .
by Hallie Witcher
Seven of the eight fall initiates
from left to right; Rom Palomares,
Elena Suarez, Karl Hinz, Egberto
Willies, Leanne Mans, Lee Swearin-
gen, Estela Koyner, missing: Covina
Evans.
































Left to Right: Leanne Mans, Lisa Barrett, Jackie Anthony, Pat Bowerman, Kathy Kredell, Mercedes
Stanley, Maurya Ridge, Elena Suarez, Leslie Corliss, Jean Jordi, Elva Moolchan, Ginny Butler,
Simone Curtis, Liz Gillespie, Estela Koyner, Sherri McCullin, Ingrid Smith, Nancy Rankin, Ron
Palomares, Damaris Stephens. Missing Persons: Amira Cohen, Lori Hanes, Alicia Fletcher, Denis
Healey, Karl Hinz, John Holland, Allen Mott, Paul Overstreet, Scot Slimon, Tami Witcher, Joao
Zaleski, Matthew Ubben, Debra Hershey, Robert Fry.

Mr. Wells
Mr. Caribe Club


/ Future Teachers of America,
here we come! Caribe Club
members from grades ten to twelve
have a chance to prove their
teaching abilities to many of us here
at C.H.S. You must achieve a 3.0
grade point average to be accepted
into this club. This privilege is
something that will help all of us in
our future years.




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Standing: Ovidio Machado, Ricardo Conway, Cristo Kitras, David Wattley.
Kneeling: Carl Hinz, Hernando Brin, Mike Mazerolle, Lee Swearingen.








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Standing: Denise Smith, Covina Evans, Marcia Loizeaux, Nitzia Burrell, Carol Henry,
Moolchan. Seated: Betty Sawyers, Valerie Bock, President Lori Allen.


Frances Katsumoto, Elva


Girls who have received one or more letters in a varsity sport are
eligible for membership in the Girl's Athletic Association. They are
invited to attend either of the two initiations held during the year. The
girls must perform humiliating and often embarrassing feats. The year's
GAA president was Lori Allen.


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DRAMA CLUB


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Jackie Sell, Kathy Kredell, Ron Palomares, Leanne Mans, John Holland, Betty Sawyers, Dini Sperling, Leslie Girffin,
Lisa Barrett, Elena Suarez, Peter Scheets, Melinda McNeil, Barbara Moochler, Deanna Malo, Marlene Snyder, Kenny
Willis, Bill Willette, Kristin Terkanian, John Rowell, Lianne Welein, Steve Todhunter, Charrissa Pretto, Vicky
Minschew, Matthew Ubben, Lee Featherston, Todd Holmgrain, Daniel Dereuter, Terry Domingue, Susan Bowerman,
Stacey Follett, Alice Randazzo, Robert Menges, Buddy Ruble, Egberto Willies.


Throughout the school year the Drama Club, along with
the Thespians, have put on two school plays: "Buy Me Blue
Ribbons," and "A Broom for the Bride." Without this special
organization, the plays would not be a success. Students
from all ages help in making Cristobal High School plays box
office smashes.









SI SCIENCE CLUB

- The Science Club is a fairly
new organization. It was formed
last year by a group of students
who were interested in science
and wanted to get together with
others who shared their interest.
Since it was formed, the club has
S. made several field trips, including
a visit to Barro Colorado Island
S-and one to Balboa High School's
|,. computer room. These trips were
enjoyed by the members, and
several more are being planned.
The members of the Science Club
welcome all interested students to
I join them and bring their ideas for
new projects. The president this
year was Scot Slimon.


Standing: Linda Sell, Elena Suarez, Ingrid Smith. Seated: Scot
Slimon, Denis Healey. Missing: Alicia Fletcher, Nancy Rankin,
Steve Todhunter, Tami Witcher.

Roy Hummer, Manuel Mantalaba, Bobby Parker, John Bowerman, Lee Graver,
Scott Sorenson, Jordi Claramunt, Christine Hancock, Mr. Cobham, Henry de la
Garza, Cynthia White, Marian Tiblier, Madelon Meijer, Terri Wilson, Terry
Domingue.


A-V CLUB

Assisting teachers with
audio-visual equipment is the
main purpose of the Audio-
Visual Club. The members of
this club learn to run such
machines as the film and
opaque projectors and they
deliver equipment to the
various rooms where it is
needed.


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Left to right; Sharon Dumas, Lorraine Rodriguez, Margaret Moebus,
Carla Rega, Liz Medina, Susan Bowerman, Holly Coe, Michelle Arnold,
Kim Ford, Mrs. Tanner (sponsor), Bridgette Keith, Patti Rorke, Becky
Courtney, Linda Sell, Sharon Austin, Mona Medina, Miriam Bynoe,
Denise Dumas, Patricia Bridwell (commander), Alice Randazzo
(majorette), Donna Harden (co-commander). Missing persons:
Jennifer Davison, Leanne Mans, Arleen Rodriguez.

CHS GIRLS DRILL TEAM
The CHS Drill Team spends many hard-working hours to make their
routines a success. Included in these hours is the actual making up of
routines. A lot of devotion must be put into the team from each person
in order to make everything perfect, and the drill team proves this to
be true.
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Left to right: Frank Archuleta (commander), Kathy Noland (guide on), Jorge Fontalvo, Rick Beruvides, Enrico
Richards, Roberto Clarke, Chris Blanchard, Samuel Clarke, John Shearns, Guillermo Parris, John Smith.


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Standing, left to right: Jackie Anthony (commander), Deanah Wright, Cecilia Gray, Sandra Smith, Maritza Evans,
Terri Brown, Aida Roman, Brenda Kane, Mary Rivera (guide on). Kneeling, Zuleika Burac, Gloria Conway, Angelica
Alleyne, Juana Forde, Carmen Scott, Neisa Cortez.


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By squads: Melinda MacNeil (Company Commander),
Alcia Howell (Guide On), Vern Caturia (1st Platoon
Leader), Orlando Stevens, Dalia Wallace, Tony
Mendoza, James Meeker, Jose Ramos, Lawson
Rhoderick, Ramon Scott, Humberto Wallace, Cecilia
Haughton, Richard Haynes, Kerry Savage (1st
Sergeant). Ricardo Conway (2nd Platoon Leader),
Robert Bruce, James Johnson, Kim Feilds, Marvin
Marcum, Odilia Machore, Ruth Rivera, Donna Watson,
Delcia Bowen, Raymond Wise (Platoon Sergeant),
Dave Riordan, Giselle Reece, Cardina Soley, Alexis
Goodridge.

COLOR GUARD
Left to right: Thomas Armando, John Robson, James
Nye. Gary Wnght.

F COMPANY
Ronald Palomares (Company Commander), William
Willette (1st Platoon Leader), Yvette Thompson (Guide
On), Stanley Cumberbatch. Merdock Gilmore, Mario
Beatty, Palina Lewis, Melanie Watson, Winfred
Hancock (Platoon Sergeant). Maura Sobers, Marcia
Goodndge. Steve Todhunter (2nd Platoon Leader),
Byron Castleman, Terry Hamilton, Yvonne Lopez,
David Sorenson (1st Sergeant), Scott Sorenson,
Andrea Moran, Linda Willies, Asa Harris (Platoon
Sergeant), John Robson, Isabel Cordoba, Ovidio
Machado.





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Back row, left to right: Steve Todhunter, William Willette, Tramel Clark, Craig Riordan, Ron Palomares. Front
row: Asa Harris, Raymond Wise, Susan Palomares, Vern Caturia, John Mac Neil.


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Back row, left to right: Steve Todhunter, Kerry Savage, David Sorenson, Murdock Gilmore, Vern Caturia, Byron
Castleman. Front row: Ron Palomares, Asa Harris, Winters Hope, Craig Riordan, Tramel Clark, Michael Lopez.




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Bottom row, left to right: Ovidio Machado. Mike Mazerolle, Rick Beruvides. Misel Chacon. Mike Lanzalaco, Leni Stokes,
Waynette Kenlaw, Richard Specht, Danny Hope. Patrick Dawson. William McAllister, Mike Barnes, Alexis Goodrich. Gary
Blanchard, Frank Aguiar. 2nd row, Scott Henry. Kelly Forrest. Gerald MacNeil. Orlando Stephens, Eugene Adams. Edward
Kirby, Mark Gewin, John Rowley, Luis Bosch. Randy Schrieber. James Ferguson, Eddie Hope. 3rd row, Paul Fletcher. Lee
Swearingen, Bob Fry, Leo Barker, John Overstreet, Jaime Cover, William Hayes. John Courtney. Dennis McAllister.

THE CHS FOOTBALL TEAM


Leo Barker


Tiger
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Coaches:



J. D. Bryant


R. Grubbs


William Hayes


J. Rivera


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Paul Fletcher
All Zone & Palm Bowl


Leo Barker
All Zone & Palm Bowl


PALM BOWL
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John Overstreet


All Zone & Palm Bowl


John Rowley
All Zone & Palm Bowl


William Hayes
All Zone & Palm Bowl


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Captain:
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C. H. S. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS


Katie Carey


Mercedes Stanley


Marcie Hepner


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GIRL'S VOLLEYBALL


The volleyball team is made up
of a group of enthusiastic girls who
wish to compete in an exciting sport.
Volleyball is not as easy as it looks.
It takes timing and good judgement
to figure where to put the ball. It also
takes practice. These girls put forth
a lot of time and effort in order to
make their volleyball season a good
one.







Returning letterpeople Kathy
Kredell, Julie Collins, Covina Evans,
Laura Loizeaux, Marcia Loizeaux






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Kneeling in back: Mrs. Harris (coach), Nitzia Burrell. From left to right: Valerie Bock (captain), Kathy Kredell, Diana
Olivera, Marvel Iglesias, Ana Iglesias, Elvia Smith, Alicia Fletcher, Leslie Corliss, Carol Henry, Covina Evans, Elva
Moochlan, Laura Loizeaux.
ALL-ZONE


Laura Loizeaux


Marvel Iglesias


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The girls basketball team, with
the help of Mrs. Harris, led a
victorious season. They tied Balboa
for first place with a record of three
wins and one loss. Laura Loizeaux
and Marvel Iglesias were selected to
the All-Zone team. This is Laura's
second year to be selected All-
Zone. The team thanks Mrs. Harris
for her dedication and effort,
making this year's girls basketball
team #1.







CHS VARSITY BASKETBALL


Front L to R M. Smith, M. Mazzerolle, R. Cox, R. Specht, D. Thompson, J. Horington,
D. Sweet, B. Whitaker, O. Machado, R. Conway, E. Barker. L. Barker.






The CHS Varsity Basketball
team had a fair season. The team,
itself, with the help of Coach
Dedeaux, worked very hard to make
the season an exciting one. Out of
the six games, the team won three
and lost the next three. The CHS
Basketball Team ended the season
by winning the last 2 games,
knocking off the first place team.


M. Barnes, M. Lanzalaco,






Avid fans excitedly look on
as r r- 3 girl's varsity tennis
team whops the pants off some
unsuspecting team.


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Laura Loizeaux, number three,
contemplates current standings.


Tiger Tennis Players.



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Carol Henry, Frances Katsumoto. Kathy Kredell, Valerie
Bock, Covina Evans, Tracy Phillips. Laura Loizeaux, Betty
Sawyers, Marcia Loizeaux, Tara Brown. Leslie Corliss


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This year CHS '
Track was again a big
event. Many new-
comers came out to
the track to show their
skills and abilities to
their fellow team-
mates. Good Luck
Tigers! Keep on
Tracking.

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This year's baseball team had
a disappointing record of one win
and eight losses. Headed by
Coach J. D. Bryant they looked
like they would have a promising
season. Unfortunately, no breaks
came about.
Mike Mazerolle, team captain
was outstanding at his position;
shortstop. Heading up the batting
department was Leo Barker, 366,
followed by John Overstreet, 363.








Standing: Coach Bryant, Ricky Chappell, Gary Blanchard, Leo Barker, Bob Menges. Jaime Cover, Lee Swearingen,
John Overstreet, Cristo Kitras, Bob Fry, Jerry Bredenkamp. Sitting: Eddy Hope, Mateo Ubben, Mike Lanzalaco, Mike
Mazerolle, Marcelo Smith, Richard Specht, Lynette Stokers. Missing: Mike Barnes, Luis Galvez.







CRISTOBAL TIGERS

PICK THEIR

JAMBOREE QUEEN
SPracticed hard to be strong contenders,
The formidable Tigers did not surrender,
Their Helmets crashing and spirits blasting,
Those with stamina were ever-lasting,
We rooted for the Tigers in their first season game.
Winners or losers, wer were with them all the way!
Lori Allen

The Jamboree, the
season opener, pits all
four Canal Zone teams
against each other in one
sensational six quarter
game. Queen Lori Allen
looks on as the Tigers
successfully hold the
other teams at bay. We
didn't win the title but we
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PALM BOWL QUEEN


Betty Sawyers was selected by
the CHS football team as this
years Palm Bowl Candidate.
The Palm Bowl Queen is select-
ed from the four candidates who
are all cheerleaders, represent-
ing each football team. Which-
ever girl sells the most tickets is
crowned Queen. Betty, with the
help of her cheerleading team
managed to raise $1,053 thus
winning the crown. We congra-
tulate Betty Sawyers, PALM
BOWL QUEEN 1979.


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Mary Ann Spagna
Patricia Bridwell
Sharon Dumas
Jackie Richardson
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This year the Junior-Senior Prom was reigned
over by King Leonardo and Queen Kathy. The court
consisted of Jackie Sell and her escort, Ovidio
Machado, Jackie Richardson and her escort, Lee
Swearingen, Delcia Campbell and her escort, Jaime
Cover, Carol Thompson and her escort, Ted Sanchez,
Carol Henry and her escort, Eddy Hope, and Lisa
Cisneros and her escort, Mike Barnes.
Electing the royalty for this year was a tedious
task one not soon to be forgotten by the folks in the
Junior Class. We on the yearbook staff say Hail Kathy
and Hail Leonardo!







CHRISTMAS

FORMAL

The Christmas Formal this year was a great
success. Music by Sterio Bahia started the night
off just right, dancing to the new sounds of '79.
Presents were handed out most of the night, but
the biggest surprise of all was a special film show
presented by Kathy Kredell. Hall of Fame
awards were handed out, and sounds of
Christmas carols gave a feeling of Christmas in
the air.


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In alphabetical order, Christine Antonilli, Scarlett Avera, Teresa Bowling, Ruth Camargo, Jackie Chacon,
Rhonda Clark, Jerome Czar, Marcia Goodridge, Christine Hancock, Diana Heres, Mona Medina, Emma
Perez, Lena Ramirez, Trish Shamblin, Shari Smith, Tania Steele, Rhonda Williams, Terri Wilson.



4 CHORUS

The Chorus, this year, is a newly
S|formed one. They sing in two or three
parts. The reason for this is the fact that
.... there is only one male voice, compared
to seventeen female voices. This year
the Chorus has a new director, Mr.
Cobham. In addition to teaching the
Chorus, he also plays the piano for the
group. We welcome Mr. Cobham to our
Music Department and wish him luck
with the Chorus.







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Left to right, first row: Debbie Hershey, Michelle Arnold, Carmen Flores, Juliana Landers, Maria Irion, Sherri McCullin
(treasurer), Marcie Hepner, Argie Molivas, Lisa Barrett, Lourdes DeLa Garza. Second row: Terry Forrest, Vicky Minschew, Carol
Henry, Elvia Smith, Lianne Werlein, Karl Hinz, Elisa Malo, Jackie Richardson (secretary), Scot Slimon, Covina Evans, Eloise
Bonner. Third row: Melinda MacNeil, Bud Planchon, Ricky Chappell, Deanna Malo, Cookie Hudgins, Jerry Bredenkamp, David
Soley, Dilcia Campbell, Michele Reece, Osvaldo Tom, Stamis Kitras. Fourth row: Mr. Carwithen, Ken Willis, Carlos Bernace,
Ed Tanner, Mark Ubben, David Graham, Melanie Wade, Duane Berlin, Vern Caturia, Paul Overstreet, Tony Downing, Benito
Whittaker. Fifth row: Luis Galvez, Julie Collins, Alan Ridge, Billy Welty, Jerry MacNeil, Tony Blennerhassett, John Smith, Ronald
Johnson, Dee Bredenkamp, Marcia Loizeaux, Danny Hope, Alexis Goodrich, Allen Coke, Leisa Ruble. Last row: Mike Barnes,
Kelly Forrest, Jose Claus, Butch Thompson, John Davis, Junior Chacon, Ed Kirby, Richard Haynes, Denis Healy, Allen Mott,
Leanne Mans, Rose Love, Keith Wallace, Egberto Willies. Missing: Nancy Rankin, Tami Witcher (president), Sean Barr.


VARSITY BAND

After a year in Beginner Band and one or
two years in J.V. Band, a player is ready for the
challenge of Varsity Band. A newcomer's first
couple of weeks in this band are a little
frightening, but after a few weeks he realizes
~, that other band members are not necessarily
superior to him, just more experienced. The
competition is sometimes tough but all work to
better themselves and move up to higher
positions in their sections. After a period of a
few months, the band routine becomes
familiar and band becomes one of the classes
I its members thoroughly enjoy. Besides
playing at football games, the band plays a
Christmas Concert, a Spring Concert and
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Left to right: First Row- David Soley, Deanna Malo, Jerry Bredenkamp, Buddy Planchon. Second Row-
Eddie Hope, Julie Collins, Ed Tanner, John Overstreet, Carlos Bernace, Danny Hope, Duane Berlin.
Third Row- Egberto Willies, Jackie Sell, Allen Mott, Mr. Carwithen.


STAGE

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The Stage Band, selected by Mr.
Carwithen each year, can produce a
completely modern sound with its bass
guitar, electric piano, full drum set and
other instruments common to a jazz
band. In addition to other functions
performed in the community, the Stage
Band also helps produce the Variety
Show each year. Jazz and contemporary
numbers are the most commonly heard
music at their concerts.


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In alphabetical order: Rafael Adams, Jeffrey Adema, Shawn Ahern, John Arnold, Adam Baitel Becky Berlin. Mario Blackman, Chris
Blanchard, Ronnie Brown, Robert Bruce, Kenda Carlile, Tori Carlile, Jackie Chacon Pat Ciruli Jord, Claramunt. Jerry Collins.
Henry DeLaGarza, Danny Dewalt, Terry Dominque, Marleny Dunmoodie, Debra Egolf Maritza Evans Paul Fast. Gilbert Ferro. Gerry
Ferro, Myrna Flores, Ruth Geer, Murdock Gilmore, Ellen Graham, Cecilia Gray. Helen Gregg Mike Granam. Deidra Hamilton,
Antonio Hartley, Cathy Healey, Heidi Hinz, Kelly Hoover, Acelia Howell, Arturo Howell. Scott Hudson. Marvel Iglesias. Lange Jacobs.
Jimmy Johnson, Katina Kandrin, Renaldo King, Laverne Laguna, Roderick Lawson. Russell McCullin Beth McDonough Scott
Mendenhall, Joshua Morales, Isidra Orejuela, Maribel Ortiz, Kathi Overstreet, Guillerma Parris Brian Powell. Cathy Procter, Angela
Rainey, Sharon Redman, David Renno, Martin Revello, Meccsha Rhodes, Dee Rounsaville. James Rowley. John Rowell. Carole
Sanchez, Isaac Sanchez, Ralph Sell, Willie Seman, Caroline Soley, Chris Smith, Denise Smith Marcelo Smith. Marcia Smith. Tita
Tanner, Katie Terkanian, Armando Thomas, Wendy Vaught, Lamoin Werlein, Shawn Williams. Lindi Willies. Lisa Woods. Roberto
Whitaker, Vielka Brown, Tina Powell, Pat Quinn.

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The theme for the
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sponsored by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, is "Why I Care
About America." This year's
winners were John Holland,
Vern Caturia, and Carmen
Dominique. Their scripts were
the best of entrees made by
Sophomores, Juniors, and
Seniors for the Atlantic Side,
and as no entrees were made
by the Pacific Side, were the
winners for the entire Canal
Zone as well.


"The goal of fu.: freedom is
high but not unreal or unattain-
able. America is on the march,
and I care for America because
of her spirit to walk the high
road that leads from the less
free to the fully free; from height
to greater heights of responsi-
ble freedom. She sings a song
and her voice is heard around
the world, a voice that beckons
all to freedom."

By
John Holland


John Holland-First Place


Vern Caturia-Second Place Carmen Dominique-Third Place

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Congratulates each member of this year's
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As editor this year, I have
learned and experienced many
new things. There have been quite
a few frustrations, but they were
tempered by the moments of
exuberance, like when the last
shipment of pages was finally in
the mail!
My heartfelt thanks to our
sponsor, Susan Stabler, for her
friendship and counsel, and to my
co-editor, Nancy Rankin, for being
willing to share the headaches.
We will all leave Panama with
many fond memories of the
tropical sun and fun known only in
Panama. In a way, Panama has
spoiled us, for no matter where we
are, we will remember and long for
a lifestyle such as this.

Leanne Mans


WALSWORTH
Marceline, Mo., U.S.A.





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Cristobal High School

Coco Solo, Canal Zone

Volume LXII

1979



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TABLE OF CONTENTS



Title Page


1


Theme


4


Faculty


13


Seniors


31


Juniors


71


Sophomores


81


Freshmen


89


Junior High


97


Clubs and Organizations


107


Sports


125


Activities


141


Epilogue


155


Advertisements


161



Cristobal High School has gone through several periods of
change. During the first years of the U.S. presence on the Isthmus,
schools for 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.




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By 1917, the first building designed solely to be Cristobal High
School was constructed on Colon Beach. This building is pictured
on page one in the top left photo. In that year students had to go to
school Saturdays to make up time lost when the desks didn'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 seven
students.

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.




Our school is going through yet another
transition period, only this transition signifies
the end of an era, not a new building, and
encompasses 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 slayings 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
unfurled.

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.








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
perserverance. 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
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
mind.

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
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
the students.

Just what exactly will happen. Well .
we leave that to the future classes to find out
for themselves.







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Our high school experience here at CHS
started on the first day of seventh grade when we
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
elementary school.

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 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
complete control.

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
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
spirit.

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.




Through changes .

Be

What you can

What you must

Break free

From oppressing views

Overcome
Limitations

Maintain

An open mind

A liberal soul

Strive

To exist as yourself

Search

For freedom to Be

Leanne Mans



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MR. RENNO

SEES CHS

THROUGH

ANOTHER

YEAR



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 adnninistrative
duties. Mr. Renno earned
his Bachelors degree from
William Jewell and his M.A.
from the University of Red-
lands.






MR. BARROWES



Our new Assistant Principal
here at C. H. S. is Mr. Barrowes. He
was tlie 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

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.





Mr. Mowery, the boys' counselor,
earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees at
Indiana State University. He says the
expanded Industrial Arts program is the
nnost 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
best."



COUNSELORS .

A GUIDING

HAND FOR STUDENTS

WHEN THEY

NEED IT.





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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Mrs. Blanchette, R.N.



CLINIC



Located in the back portion of the office
is the clinic where Mrs. Blanchette and Dr.
DeLa 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.



LIBRARY



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.




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.



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."




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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.



Our football coach,
Mr. Bryant earned his
M.A. degree at Western
New Mexico University.
He teaches Math and
Physical Education this
year.



This is Mrs. Cam-
podonico's first year at
C.H.S. She earned her
Master's degree at
George Washington
University and teaches
Spanish here at C.H.S.




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Mr. Carwithen
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
row.



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
year.



Mr. Cowley teaches
Algebra and Computer
Programming. He
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
happy.



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.



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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
C.H.S.




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."



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 1,11,111
and IV.



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-
ing.





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Mr. Greaves teach-
es Earth Science and
Math. He earned his
M.A. degree in Math at
Pennsylvania Universi-
ty. His message to the
seniors, "Keep abreast
of all social changes
and adjust your life style
to maximize all benefits
and minimize all
defects."



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
Studies 8.




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. 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.




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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
teachers dress.




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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.




Mrs. Holland

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."



Dr. Holmgrain
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
one's self.



Mr. Jacobs earned
his B.A. in education at
Southwestern Ok-

lahoma State University
and his M.E. degree at
Northeastern Oak-

lahoma State Universi-
ty. He will always
remember the fine
students and teachers
he has worked with.




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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
times ahead."



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
upper-class homeroom.
His most cherished
memory is the illumina-
tion that came over
Alice Randazzo's face
when he explained the
Monroe Doctrine to her.




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.





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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.



f\/lrs. Lynch teaches Home
Economics and Social Studies. She
congratulates the seniors but wants
them to continue to improve
themselves in all phases of life
especially educationally.




Mrs. Markland
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.



Mrs. McNaughton
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.




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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
of Florida.



Mr. Patty teaches
Biology and Life
Science. He will always
remennber the week-
ends he spent hiking in
the jungles of Panama.
He wishes the seniors
luck in the years ahead.



Mrs. Rankin teach-
es Physical Education.
She will remember the
mutual respect between
the teachers and
students. She believes
the biggest change CHS
has seen is having her
first as a student and
now as a teacher.




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
Driver Training.



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.



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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
IV.




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
be free!"



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
teaches English.



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
8.








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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 familys' love and
friends' love.



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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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS




PRESIDENT KATHY KREDELL

TREASURER FRANCES KATSUMOTO

VICE PRESIDENT LEE FETHERSTON

SECRETARY BARBARA MOOCHLER



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Doris Acosta




Lori Allen
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Francisco Aguiar




'My false eyelashes just don't want to stay on!"




Liza Balmeceda






Ernesto Barker



Guillermo Barker




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Mario Beatty



Juan Bernace





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Michael Barnes
Gary Blanchard



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Valerie Bock





Patricia Bowerman
Jerry Bredenkamp




Jonathan Borsellino



Delcia Bowen




"Of course I'm gorgeous!"

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Marco Brin




Elvia Brown






"I heard mudpacks were good for the skin, but this is ridiculous!"

Giovanna Butler Mariam Bynoe





Zuleika Burac





Nitzia Burrell
Dilcia Campbell




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Norma Clarke
Roberto Clarke







Lisa CIsneros



Tramel Clark





"Hurry, give this to Leanne. Here he comes."

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Ricardo Conway



Prospero Cordoba Jr.




"Yeah, I'm cool."



Simone Curtis



Carl Dahlstrom






Jaime Cover
Sheila Davis






Jennifer Davison





Sharon Dumas
Delia DunMoodie





Christina Deters



Georgia Dohle





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Barbara Inniss





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Victor Lau
Michael Lopez




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Juliana Landers




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John MacNeil Jr.



Mary MacNeil




Santa's helpers caught in the act!

Marilyn Marcum Zoraida Martinez






Ovidio Machado




Leanne Mans
Joseph Mattingly





Sonia Maxwell




Mona Medina
Robert Menges




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Margaret Moebus




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Elva Moolchan
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Ronald Palomares





Richard Rainey Jr.
Maricela Rajo






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Darrell Poland




Don't be scared, just walk through the middle.

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Michele Reece



Caria Rega




"If you don't watch it, I'm going to spit in your eye!"

David Ridge Craig Riordan






Enrico Richards







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John Ruble Jr.





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Sandra Smith



Marlene Snyder



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Sandra Stanley



Tania Steele





Mary Ann Spagna





Diana Sperling
Bruce Stern






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Carol Thompson






Elena Suarez



Lee Swearlngen




"Smooth move, fool!!"



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Sherrie Tway



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Kenneth Willis



Missing Person
William Theriault

Early

Graduates

Marlene Snyder

Faye Thomas

Jennifer Davison

Flor Thompson

Peter Scheets (not pictured)

Randy Schreiber (not

pictured)

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.)

I, Enieda Acosta. do bequeath my happiness and friendliness to all

Virgos.

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

Lisa.

I, Jerry Bredenkamp, do bequeath my sax talents to Dee Malo and

all the good times at football games to B.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 Rote 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 enought 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

next year!

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

Faye Thomas.

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

it all.

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 Caria 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

Dump.

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.



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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

Sorenson.

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 whatevers to

whomevers, may they thoroughly adore their well, whatevers.

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
of manner.

I, Charles Nerval, do bequeath my photographic abilities to Coach

Dedeaux.

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, CarIa 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 fleet 'o BetSy S.
I, Ted Sanchez, do bequeath to P. fs. all the cake she can eat next
year and my paper clip chain to the person who files papers for G.
A. next year.

I, Linda Sell, do bequeath all my love to Stamis K., Gerry F., and

Adam B. and to the "Greeks" all our sinomilies.

I, Jacqueline Denise Sell, do bequeath to Allen M all the frustrations

of a drummer, to Carl D. my French, and to my Junior Class, the best

of luck forever! To my friend. King Ed, all my admiration.

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

Vicky Minshew.

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

Club.

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 "Panamefios" 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,

fly!

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

Wallace.

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.



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Mr. and Ms. C.H.S.

Leonardo Barker and Kathy Kredell



Runners-Up



Ron Palomares and Michele Reece



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Wittiest

Carol Henry and Buddy
Ruble



Runners-up



Mike Keith and Ginny Butler

Best

Personality

Sharon Dumas and
Mike Barnes

Runners-up

David Finneman

and

Marlene Snyder




MOST
INTELLECTUAL

EGBERTO WILLIES

ELVA MOOLCHAN

Runners-up
Victor Lau and Pat Bowerman

MOST
DEPENDABLE

BARBARA MOOCHLER
RON PALOMARES

fj Runpers-up

Charles Norval and Pat Bowerman




MOST



ATHLETIC



LEONARDO BARKER



COVINA EVANS



Kathy Kredell



Runners-up



Mike Barnes



BEST
DRESSED

Jackie Richardson



Runners-up



Lee Featherson



Cristo Kitras



Simone Curtis




Most
Talented

Jackie Sell
Egberto Willies

runners-up

Carol Henry
Jerry Bredenkamp



Best
Looking

Marlene
Snyder

Lee
Swearingen

runners-up

Jackie
Richardson

Hernando
Brin




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Most
Likely
To
Succeed

Covina Evans and
Jean Jordi

runners-up

Elva Moolchan
Egberto Willies




Canal
Zone
Brats



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DORIS ACOSTA

November 11, 1957, Coco Solo, Canal Zone

ENEIDA ACOSTA

September 18, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

LORI MARIE ALLEN

July 6, 1961 Lewistown, Montana



SENIOR



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

Treasurer 4.

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);
Soccer 3.



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

4.

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



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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

Aides 1,2,4.

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

1.2

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; Tradew/ind
3,4; Yearbook 3; Art Club 2.



CHRISTINA MARIE DETERS
April 5, 1961 Quantico, Virginia
French Club 1.

SHARON A. DUMAS

January 12, 1961 Alexandria, Virginia

Soccer Intramural 3; Drill Team 3,4; Yearbook 4;

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

Directors 4.

DAVID L. FINNEMAN

December 20, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

Basketball J.V. 1; Tennis J.V. 1; Varsity 1.



STATISTICS



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).

RIGOBERTO GOMEZ

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; NHS 1,2,3; Stage
Band 1,2,3; Show Band 1,2; Football J.V. 1,2



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CHARLES LEE GRIFFICE
Octob?. 4, 1961 Galveston, Texas

LORI 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;

Civinettes 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
Newspaper 2.

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.



SENIOR



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

1,2.3,4



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.

KATHLEEN KREDELL

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

MARYLIN MARCUM

October 25, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone



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Basketball Intramural 1,2; Swim Team J.V. 1;
Volleyball Intramural 1,2,3,4; Speedball Intramural
1; J.R.O.T.C. Trans-Isthmian 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;

Yearbook 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.



MARGARET F. MOEBiJS

October 31, 1961 Brooklynn, New York

Volleyball Intramural 2; S. A. Alternate 4; Jr-Sr. Prom;

CHS Drill Team 4; Yearbook 4.

BARBARA ANN MOOCHLER

June 18, 1961 Auburn, New York

Basketball Intramural 2; Soccer Manager Intramural

3 (lettered); Board of Directors 3,4; CHS Drill Team 2,3;

Class Secretary 1,3,4; Home Room Representative 3;

Jr. -Sr. Prom 3; Class Floats 1,2,3,4.



STATISTICS



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
Committee 4.

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

School Photographer

JOHN FRANCIS OVERSTREET

October 15, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

Baseball Varsity 1,2; Football Varsity 3,4; Band 3,4.



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.



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; Rangers
1,2,3,4; S.A. Representative 1,2,3; S.A. President 4.



CYNTHIA LOUISE PATTON

June 15, 1961 San Francisco, California

Football Manager Varsity 3 (lettered).



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DARRELL WAYNE POLAND
August 7, 1961 Kinnitra, Morocco
Soccer Varsity 3,4

RICARDO RAYMOND

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

1,2,3.



SENIOR



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

Float 4.

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

Committee 2,4

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

3.

TANIA VERONICA STEELE

May 28, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

LYNNETTE ELISA STOKES

December 8, 1960 Portmouth, Virginia

Soccer Waterglrl 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

School Student.



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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
Award 2.

CAROL ANNE THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.



EGBERTO WILLIES

May 18, 1961

Table Tennis 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4 Officer; Chorus 1;

Gospel Messengers 1,2,3,4, President; Youth Choir

(Baptist ) Director; A.V. Club 1,2,3,4, President; Stage

Band 3,4, Assistant Director; (Combo) Dynomites Inc.

2,3 Musical Director

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).



MANDY (FLOR) THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.

ALEX TINIACOS

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

Treasurer 2.



JAMES A. VALENCIA

June 8, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

Football Varsity 2; Tennis Varsity 2; Chorus 1, Talent

Club 1,2,3.



STATISTICS



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.




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JUNIORS



President,
Mark Ubben (missing)

Vice-President,
Vicky Minsliew

Secretary,
Alice Randazzo

Treasurer,
Betty Sawyers





Eugene Adams
Aida Aguiar
Delep Amthabhai
Vielka Andrum



Jackie Anthony

Bill Bailey

Francella Baker

Jaime Baker





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Lisa Barrett

Ricardo Beruvides

Luis Bosch

Shirley Bright




Eneida Clare

Rhonda Clark

Odilka Clarke

Fernando Codrington




Joseph Corrigan Jr.

Rebecca Courtney

George Daniel

Carmen Domingue





Steven Brown
Terri Brown
Vern Caturia
Rickey Chappell




Holly Coe
Albin Coke
Robert Convery
Isabel Cordoba




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Byron Ford

Kimberly Ford

Robert Fry

Pammy Galvan




Jose Good

Shelly Graver

Jerry Harlin Jr.

Asa Harris




Carolyn Dumas
Ferris Fain
Paul Fletcher
Jorge Fontalvo





Tammy Galvan
Luis Galvez
Marcus Garcia
Mark Gewin



Denis Healey
Siria Henlon
Leslie Henry
Marcie Hepner



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Abraham Heres

Caria Holder

John Holland

Daniel Hope




Marvin Marcum

Judy Mattingly

Dennis McAllister

William McAllister



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Augusto Menendez Jr.
James Mendoza
Ester Meza
Vicky Minshew




Katherine Noland
Jennie Parker
Tracy Pliillips
Harold Planchon




Fermin Regist
Raul Richards
Alan Ridge
Mary Rivera



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Arleen Rodriguez

Patricia Rorke

John Rowley

Ralph Salinas




Elvia Smith

Mara Sobers

David Soley

David Sorenson






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Kerry Savage
Betty Sawyers
Carol Schwartz
Scot Slimon



Edward Tanner

Steve Todhunter

Mark Ubben

Matthew Ubben




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Natalie West
Sydney White Jr.

Angel Williams ^^,
Tamera Witcher




Dahlia Wallace
Humberto Wallace
William Welty
Lianne Werlein




Joao Zaieski




Missing juniors:
Mark Aldridge
Frank Archuleta Jr.
David Camargo
Billy Clifton
Cecilio Hunter
James Lloyd
Stephen Procter
John Theologos
Benito Whitaker



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Bill
Willette

Treasurer
Tara Brown




President
Elizabeth
Gillespie

Vice-President
Maurya Ridge




Michelle Arnold
Sharon Austin
Sean Barr
Duane Berlin
Nancy Berry



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Denise Block

Eloise Bonner

Gabriel

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Susan Bowernnan



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Tara Brown

Eric Bush

Katie Carey

Byron Castleman




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Jesus Cavazos
Juan Cavazos
Misel Chacon
Andrew Chatmon Jr.
Ramesh Chugani



Gilberto Cintron

William Clark

Gloria Conway

Leslie Corliss

Roy Cox







Darlene Cruz
Jose Cruz

Stanley Cumberbatch
Charles Dailey
Estrellita Davila



John Davis

Patricio Dawson

Anthony Downing

Dana Dumas

Alicia Fletcher




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Carmen Flores
Stacey Follett
Jacqueline Ford
Terry Forrest
Allan Forte



Bobby Galvan

Cheryl Garcia

Robert Garcia

Elizabeth Gillespie

Stephen Good





David Graham
Terry Hamilton
Winfred Hancock
Richard Haynes
Diane Heres



Debra Hershey

David Highley

Cecilio Haughton

Ronald Johnson

Bridgotte Keith





Janet Kinlaw
Stamatis Kitras
Melissa Knoop
Angela Lackland
Reina Leggett



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Marcia Loizeaux

Dwayne Love

Sherrilyn McCullin

William McDonald

Sandra Meyer




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Carol Miller
Karen Mizrachi
Allen Mott
Michael Mowery
Catherine Necessary



Paul Overstreet

Susan Palomares

Bridget Patton

Ronnie Pettit

Douglas Phillips










Michael Pierantoni
Kenneth Powell
Edna Ramos
Jose Ramos
Nancy Rankin



Marcus Reza

Meccsha Rhodes

Maurya Ridge

John Robson

Lorraine Rodriguez






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Aida Roman
David Rubio
Paula Rubio
Lena Sanchez
Mary Scheets



Ingrid Smith

John Smith

Mercedes Stanley

Olando Stephens

Jennifer Stokes



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Elizabeth Terkanian
Osvaldo Tom
Lorrie Tway
Genevieve Valentine
Tammy Valentine



Melanie Wade

Anthony Weedin

William Willette

Raymond Wise

Albert Woodward






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Gary Wright



Missing Sophomores
Myrna Shuff
Sharon West



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PRESIDENT REGAN WILLIAMS

VICE PRESIDENT ALFRED BITO

SECRETARY KATHI OVERSTREET

TREASURER ARGIE MOLIVAS

BUSINESS MANAGER MURDOCK GILMORE



Rafael Adams

Jeffrey Adema

Michael Ahern

Angelica Allenye

Richard Ailing




Douglas Bence

Alfred Bito

Christopher Blanchard

Kathleen Blennerhassett

Eneida Bowen





Francisco Almeida
Guillermo Arana
Robert Archuleta
John Arnold
Delceda Baker




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Wendy Bruner

Kenda Carlile

Jose Claus

Jeremy Collins

Maureen Convery




Lourdes De La Garza

Daniel Dereuter

Terry Domingue

Patsy Drummond

Debra Egolf




Annette Fletcher

Myrna Flores

Orlando Fontalvo

Juana Forde

Patricia Frank





Donald Cooper
Neisa Cortez
Deborah Curtis
Machelle Dailey
Berta Davis




Maritza Evans
Paul Fast
Gilbert Ferro
Kimberly Fields
Andrea Fleming




Mary Galagher
Murdock Gilmore
Madelin Gonzalez
Lydia Good
Michael Graham



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Cecilia Gray
Celia Gray
Helen Gregg
Deidra Hamilton
Patricia Hayes




Paulina Lewis

Maria Lopez

Yvonne Lopez

Patrick MacNeil

Elisa Malo



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Pritham Mayani

Raj Mayani

Sunil Mayani

Micliael Mc Eneaney

Carlos Medina




Linda Mitchell

Argie Molivas

Andrea Moran

Dahlia Morris

Delia Morris




Emma Perez

Michelle Perez

Robert Phillips

Mitchell PierantonI

Gwendolyn Powell






Elizabeth Medina
James Meeker
Bethzaira Melendez
Scott Mendenhall




Nilsa Naper
Diana Oliveira
Katherine Overstreet
Guillermo Parris
Luisa Pattilod




Catherine Procter
Jacqueline Quesada
Patricia Quinn
Nancy Ramos
Piero Reece



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Nicholas Reynolds
Patricia Rice
Harry Rivera
Ruth Rivera
Thomas Roland Jr.




Clyde Thompson

Dennis Thompson

Tony Tigart

Stephen Tong

Esterbina Trejos



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Kathie Tway

Lisa Tyree

Wade Unger

Yvette Valentine

Wendy Vaught




Sharon West

Roberto Whitaker

Regan Williams

Roger Williams

Gregory Wise






Lourdes Villareal
. Allan Wachtel
J Larry Walker
1 Lamoin Werlein
* Michelle West



Alisa Woods
Betty Wright
Deanah Wright
Keith Wallace



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Missing:
Luis Acevedo
Reatha Baker
Tony Mendoza
James Nye
Elizabeth Theologos



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EIGHTH GRADERS



Marjorie Adamson

Evelia Anderson

Christine Antonelli

Scarlett Avera

Adam Baitel

Danielle Barriteau





Rebecca Berlin

Mario Blackman

James Brown

Vielka Brown
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V Francisco Burac Jr.



Jorge Burgess

Miriam Calvo

Kellie Carey

Tori Carlile

Gregory Castleman

Jose Cavazos






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Jacquline Chacon
Lester Christopher
Patricia Cirulli
Jordi Claramunt
Michela Clark
Samuel Clarke



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Vasquez Codrington

John Corliss III

Jean Corrigan

Phillip Cruz

Jerome Czar Jr.

Arturo Davis




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Michael Davis

Maritza Dawson

Henry De La Garza

Daniel DeWalt

Donald DeWalt

Diane Dumas




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Marleny DunMoodie
Vannia Evans
Lauren Fennell
Gerard Ferro
Terry Floyd
Stephanie Follett



Felicia Ford

Wayne Forrest

Enrico Francis

Eric Galvez

Ruth Geer

Dina Gehringer







Marcia Goodridge
Ellen Graham
James Gray
Kenneth Green
Christina Hancock
Mariaangela Hancock



Helen Harjani

Chris Harlin

Antonio Hartley

Kelly Hoover

Scot Hudson

Thomas Ingram Jr.


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Raymon Jacobs
Francisca Jeanmarie
Selma Jeanmarie
Donna Jennings
Felix Juarez
Linda Kane



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Renaldo King
John Kirby
Kim Kirby
Ricardo Koyner
Jaime Lau
Winfred Lawson



Gladys Lloyd

Gerardo Manosalva

Lucinda Machin

Russell McCullin

Sheila McDaniel

Beth McDonough





Cindy Middleton
Elizabeth Mizrachi
Joshua Morales
Kellie Mulligan
Stephen Necessary
Selina Newell



Isidra Orejuela

Maribel Ortiz

Rodrigo Palacio

Martin Pettit

Toni Planchon

William Pope





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Brian Powell
Tina Powell
Charissa Pretto
Angela Rainey
Lena Ramirez
Sharon Redman



Gisele Reece

Charles Renno

Martin Revello

Lisa Reynolds

Maria Reza

David Riordan








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Tamera Roland

Richard Rubio

Ramon Scott

Ralph Sell Jr.

Patricia Shamblin

John Shearn





Christopher Smith
Denise Smith
Caroline Soley
Scott Sorenson
Jeannette Sperling
Fiama Steele



Gena Stinnett
Mialynn Suddarth
Anilbhai Sukho
Victor Sutton
Kathryn Terkanian
Armando Thomas






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Yvette Thompson
Tina Valentine
Beatrice Viloria
David Wachtel
Susan Walters
Donna Watson



Jonathan Wattley

Beverly Wells

Kenny Williams

Rhonda Williams

Shawn Williams

Lindia Willies



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Teresa Wilson
Emma Yohoros
Doris Younce



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Elizabeth Ailing
Ruben Camargo
Sabrina Foster
Lisa Jones
Julio Ramos
Luis Rosaly
Mario Simpson
Clyde Thompson



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Kathryn Ahern

David Beach

Carlos Beatty

Jeffrey Berry

Bryan Boggs

Marlene Bonilla





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John Bowerman
Brian Camacho
Stacie Carey
Leatisia Clark
Melanie Coke
Martin Cox



Roy Cox

Penny Davidson

Carmen Diaz

Magaly DunMoodie

Jennifer Edwards

Eric Fennel!





Ruth Ferro
Maryetta Fields
Mayra Flores
William Fowlkes
Debra Fry
Garrett Gadbois



Valerie Gallegos

Lisa Galvan

Deborah Garcia

Gerald Graver Jr.

Sharon Green

Bridget! Hall




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Malcolm Hardaway
Russell Harmon
Malinda Haynes

Rolando Hemmings

Tanya Holland

Yolanda Howell





Joseph Hummer
Ana Iglesias
Grace Jones
Vyrna Kandrin
Denise Keith
Maria Kitras



Samuel Knoche

Traci Kraemer

Mitzia Lau

George Layne

Jo Ann Leggett

David Lowinger





Vivian Maduro
Arturo Magalon
Manuel Mantalaba
Debra Marshall
Michael Marshall II
Santos Matos III



Usha Mayani

Sandra McCarrick

Madelon Meijer

Javier Melendez

Todd Mendenhall

Ernesto Menendez



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Robert Mizrachi
Helen Moebus
James Moebus
Ediberto Morales
Susan Newall
Trinh Nguyen



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Arlene Norton
Jeffrey Otero
Nelkis Paniagua
Robert Parker
Richard Parnell
Sindy Phillips



Jaime Pujals Jr.

Marlel Reece

Cathleen Reynolds

Michael Rigby

Lawrence Rounsaville

Diane Rodriguez





AM Sakhr
Samuel Salinas
Deborah Salinger
lann Sanchez
Richard Sanford
Lonnie Sawyers



Ana Seeley

Karen Semon

Joseph Shearn

Lament Smith

Shari Smith

Lynn Stone





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John Styles Jr.
John Sullivan
Jody Swearingen
Theodore Sweet
Tammie Terrell
Gary Thomas



Patricia Thompson

Ray Thompson

Karian Tiblier

Eva Tigart

Karl Torres

Francisca Trejos




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Beatrice Tseng

Lesa Walker

Gary Wallace

Roy Watson

Laura Welty

Trina West






Wilfredo Whitaker
Cynthia White
Sonia White
Denise Willette
Sonya Williams
Jeanne Wilson



William Woodward
Noah Wright
Loris Yohros




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Maria Ramos
Helga Wise



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John Holland, treasurer; Mateo Ubben, vice president; Mr. Shank, faculty advisor; Jackie Richardson, secretary; Ron
Palomares, president; not pictured-Tami Witcher, assistant treasurer.



So that's what they're doing with all the money!



SA CO-ORDINATES
ACTIVITY FUNDING



The Student Association budgets the incoming money
between the clubs, trying to adequately provide for the
needs of each organization requesting funds. Last year Ron,
Mateo, John and Jackie were elected to the important
positions of president, vice president, treasurer and
secretary respectively. Due to the multitude of work, there
is also an assistant treasurer, Tami Witcher.

Representatives are chosen in each homeroom in order
to have complete representation from the student body.
Alternates are also chosen to insure that all views and ideas
are shared.



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Junior High S.A. Representatives: Doug Bence, A! Bito, Jacl Henry De La Garza, Debbie Egolf, Ruth Greer, Dina Gehringer, Madelin Gonzalez, Kelly Hoover, Acelia Howell, Liza
Kandrin, Denise Keith, Traci Knamer, Manuel Mantalaba, Usha Mayania, Kathy Overstreet, Charissa Pretto, Jamie
Pujals, Angela Rainey, Piero Reece, John Rowell, Dann Sanchez, Carole Sanchez, Danny Smith, Denise Smith, Gena
Stinnett, Ray Thompson, Yvette Valentine, Rhonda Wilson, Trersa Wilson.

Senior High Representatives: Jackie Anthony, Lisa Barrett, Tara Brown, Dilcia Campbell, Sherry Chacon, William
Clark, Holly Coe, Julie Collins, Simone Curtis, Carl Dahlstrom, Covina Evans, Alicia Fletcher, Alexis Goodridge,
Denise Healy, Marcie Hepner, Carol Miller, Margaret Moebus, Sandy Meyer, Elva Moolchan, Kathy Noland, Paul
Overstreet, Maurya Ridge, Arlene Rodriguez, Adia Roman, Betty Sawyers, Linda Sell, Jackie Sell, Scott Slimon, Elvia
Smith, Mercedes Stanley, Lynette Stokes.





Margaret Moebus, Lynette Stokes, Richard Haynes, Sherri McCullin, Susan Bowerman, Liz Gillespie, Susan Stabler,
sponsor. Seated: Nancy Rankin, Assistant Editor, Leanne Mans, Editor



CARIBBEAN



Editor-in-Chief: Leanne Mans, Assistant Editor: Nancy
Rankin, Business Manager: Lynette Stokes, Typist:
Sherri McCullin, Photographers: Mr. Gansen &
Charles Nerval



Layout Crew: Margaret Moebus, Liz Gillespie, Maria Irion,
Susan Bowerman, Sharon Dumas



This year everyone Interested in working on the yearbook was
required to fill out an application in order to form a dependable
staff. Extremely time consuming and often frustrating, the task of
creating a yearbook is one that stretches the ability of the staff to
the limit. Always striving to improve a layout to the smallest detail,
even while running to make a deadline takes infinite patience. The
dedicated few who remained on the staff after the initial
enthusiasm had worn off are the ones who did the real work. Their
reward the satisfied feeling that comes from a job well done.










The Tradewind works diligently to put out a
paper as often as possible, in order to keep the
student body and faculty informed about recent and
future events. The Tradewind gives the students a
chance to write creatively and to express their
opinions and criticisms.

Elva Moolchan was the editor this year, her
second year of handling this responsible position.
The sponsor was Ms. Judy Weaver.



TRADEWIND



Seated, Elva Moolchan (Editor). Standing, left to right: Natalie West, Regina Naper, Linda Sell, Elena Suarez, Mateo
Ubben, Sandra Stanley, Vern Caturia. Missing: Pat Bowerman, Lisa Barrett, Miriam Bynoe, Lisa Cisneros, Carmen
Domingue, Denis Healy, Winnie Lawson, Leanne Mans, Lianne Werlein, Bill Willet, Tami Witcher, Charles Nerval.







JUNIOR
BOARD OF
DIRECTORS

This organization of the
Junior class has one main task a
year, that is to finance and direct
the Junior Senior Prom. All school
year long, the Junior Board is
planning for this special night so it
will long be a night to remember.



Dee Malo, f^arcos Ubben, Vicky Minschew, John Holland, Mary Rivera, Terry
Brown, Alice Randazzo, Betty Sawyers, Elvia Smith, ivlike Lanzalaco.



SENIOR
BOARD OF
DIRECTORS

The Senior Board of
Directors is a group of
students who get together
and make decisions on what
types of activities to have.
They have to get ideas on
money making activities and
activities in which the senior
class gets together just to
have a good time and join in
with friends.




Elva Moolchan, Amelia Hartley, Elena Suarez, Lori Hanes, Linda Sell, Sandra Stanley,
David Ridge, Covina Evans, Delcia Campbell, Cristo Kitras, Donna Harden, Carol
Henry, Officers: Kathy Kredell, Lee Fetherston, Barbara Moochler, Fraces
Katsumoto. Missing: Leanne Mans, Margaret Moebus, Mary Anne Spagna, Donna
Harden.



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NURSES
AIDES
CLUB



Nurses Aides is a club for the
future doctors and nurses of the
world. This year Nurses Aides
have a new sponsor Mrs. Mark-
land. Officers of the club are:
Sherry Chacon (president), Pat
Bowerman (vice president), Lisa
Cisneros (secretary), Mirian
Bynoe (treasurer), Elva Moolchan
(historian).




Members: Nancy Rankin, Ingrid Smith, Argie Molivas, Yvette Valentine, Michelle
West, Helen Gregg, Melinda McNeil, Dina Wright, Lourdes De La Garza, Cathy
Healey, Estela Koyner, Damaris Stephens, Diane Heres.




Elena Suarez (president), Linda Sell (vice president), Mirian Bynoe (secretary), Lisa Barett
treasurer), Nitzia Burrell, Ingrid Smith, Jackie Richardson, Carlos Arango, Natalie West,
Regina Waper, Lee Featherston, Paula Hershey, Simone Curtis, Karen Mitzarachi, Jackie
Sell, Sandra Stanley, Cricket Stanley, Amelia Hartley, Amira Cohen, Dini Spring, Kris
Deters, Jackie Anthony, Elvia Smith, Jania Steele, Sonia Maxwell, Zoraida Martinez, Alex
riniacos, Cristo Kitras, Ginny Butler, Ester Mesa, Syria Menly, Michel Jeanmane, Pat
Bowerman, Lisa Cisneros, Sponsor: Mrs. Riefkohl.



FRENCH
CLUB



This year the French Club
is doing something most clubs
have not been doing for the
past few years being
active. It's membership has
increased and different
projects have been organized.

The first event was a
"French Weekend." It in-
volved a banquet with enjoy-
able entertainment and "un
diner deliceux." Also a disco
dance was planned at the
Y.M.C.A.

The Club hopes to have
conversation sessions, charity
projects, a beach party and
anything that might occur to
one of it's members. The
French Club is proving that
there are students at C.S.H.
that care and are willing to
work for what they want.



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CARIBBEAN CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY




The Caribbean Chapter of the
National Honor Society of Cristobal
High School was chartered to honor
distinguished students and to create
an enthusiasm for more scholarly
tastes. Election for membership to
this elite Society is based on four
criteria: scholarship, service, leader-
ship and character. Scholarship
requirements were amended this
year, with second semester juniors
requiring a 3.5 grade point average for
consideration, first semester seniors,
a 3.25 grade point average and a
second semester seniors, a 3.00
grade point average instead of the
former 3.00 grade point average for all
candidates. Selected members of the
faculty deliberate upon the merits of
students who meet the standard
scholastic qualification. In the two
initiations held each year, one in the
fall and one in the spring, deserving
candidates are chosen for member-
ship in the National Honor Society.



From left to right: Ron Palomares;
Elena Suarez; Estela Koyner; Karl
Hinz; Leanne Mans; Pat Bowerman;
Elva Moolchan, President; Egberto
Willies; Covina Evans; Kathy Kredell;
Lee Swearingen; Jean Jordi.

This page

sponsored

by Hallie Witcher

Seven of the eight fall initiates
from left to right; Rom Palomares,
Elena Suarez, Karl Hinz, Egberto
Willies, Leanne Mans, Lee Swearin-
gen, Estela Koyner, missing: Covina
Evans.



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Left to Right: Leanne Mans, Lisa Barrett, Jackie Anthony, Pat Bowerman, Kathy Kredell, Mercedes
Stanley, Maurya Ridge, Elena Suarez, Leslie Corliss, Jean Jordi, Elva Moolchan, Ginny Butler,
Simone Curtis, Liz Gillespie, Estela Koyner, Sherri McCullin, Ingrld Smith, Nancy Rankin, Ron
Palomares, Damaris Stephens. Missing Persons: Amira Cohen, Lori Hanes, Alicia Fletcher, Denis
Healey, Karl Hinz, John Holland, Allen Mott, Paul Overstreet, Scot Slimon, Tami Witcher, Joao
Zaieski, Matthew Ubben, Debra Hershey, Robert Fry.



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Future Teachers of America,
here we come! Caribe Club
members from grades ten to twelve
have a chance to prove their
teaching abilities to many of us here
at C.H.S. You must achieve a 3.0
grade point average to be accepted
into this club. This privilege is
something that will help all of us in
our future years.



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C-CLUB




Standing: Ovidio Machado, Ricardo Conway, Cristo Kitras, David Wattley.
Kneeling: Carl Hinz, Hernando Brin, Mike Mazerolle, Lee Swearingen.



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GAA




Standing: Denise Smith, Covina Evans, Marcia Loizeaux, Nitzia Burrell, Carol Henry, Frances Katsumoto, Elva
Moolchan. Seated: Betty Sawyers, Valerie Bock, President Lori Allen.



Girls who have received one or more letters in a varsity sport are
eligible for membership in the Girl's Athletic Association. They are
invited to attend either of the two initiations held during the year. The
girls must perform humiliating and often embarrassing feats. The year's
GAA president was Lori Allen.



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DRAMA CLUB



Throughout the school year the Drama Club, along with
the Thespians, have put on two school plays: "Buy Me Blue
Ribbons," and "A Broom for the Bride." Without this special
organization, the plays would not be a success. Students
from all ages help in making Cristobal High School plays box
office smashes.

Jackie Sell, Kathy Kredell, Ron Palomares, Leanne Mans, John Holland, Betty Sawyers, Dini Sperling, Leslie GIrffin,
Lisa Barrett, Elena Suarez, Peter Scheets, Melinda McNeil, Barbara Moochler, Deanna Malo, Marlene Snyder, Kenny
Willis, Bill Willette, Kristin Terkanian, John Rowell, Lianne Welein, Steve Todhunter, Charrlssa Pretto, Vicky
Minschew, Matthew Ubben, Lee Featherston, Todd Holmgrain, Daniel Dereuter, Terry Domingue, Susan Bowerman,
Stacey Follett, Alice Randazzo, Robert Menges, Buddy Ruble, Egberto Willies.





SCIENCE CLUB

The Science Club is a fairly
new organization. It was formed
last year by a group of students
who were interested in science
and wanted to get together with
others who shared their interest.
Since it was formed, the club has
made several field trips, including
a visit to Barro Colorado Island
and one to Balboa High School's
computer room. These trips were
enjoyed by the members, and
several more are being planned.
The members of the Science Club
welcome all interested students to
join them and bring their ideas for
new projects. The president this
year was Scot Slimon.



Standing: Linda Sell, Elena Suarez, Ingrid Smith. Seated: Scot
Slimon, Denis Healey. Missing: Alicia Fletcher, Nancy Rankin,
Steve Todhunter, Tami Witcher.



A-V CLUB

Assisting teachers with
audio-visual equipment is the
main purpose of the Audio-
Visual Club. The members of
this club learn to run such
machines as the film and
opaque projectors and they
deliver equipment to the
various rooms where it is
needed.



Roy Hummer, Manuel Mantalaba, Bobby Parker, John Bowerman, Lee Graver,
Scott Sorenson, Jordi Claramunt, Christine Hancock, Mr. Cobham, Henry de la
Garza, Cynthia White, Marian Tiblier, Madelon Meijer, Terri Wilson, Terry
Domingue.





Left to right; Sharon Dumas, Lorraine Rodriguez, Margaret Moebus,
Caria Rega, Liz Medina, Susan Bowerman, Holly Coe, Michelle Arnold,
Kim Ford, Mrs. Tanner (sponsor), Bridgette Keith, Patti Rorke, Becky
Courtney, Linda Sell, Sharon Austin, Mona Medina, Miriam Bynoe,
Denlse Dumas, Patricia Bridwell (commander), Alice Randazzo
(majorette). Donna Harden (co-commander). Missing persons:
Jennifer Davison, Leanne Mans, Arleen Rodriguez.

CHS GIRLS DRILL TEAM

The CHS Drill Team spends many hard-working hours to maketheir
routines a success. Included in these hours is the actual making up of
routines. A lot of devotion must be put into the team from each person
in order to make everything perfect, and the drill team proves this to
be true.



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Left to right: Frank Archuleta (commander), Kathy Noland (guide on), Jorge Fontalvo, Rick Beruvides, Enrico
Richards, Roberto Clarke, Chris Blanchard, Samuel Clarke, John Shearns, Guillermo Parris, John Smith.




Standing, left to right: Jackie Anthony (commander), Deanah Wright, Cecilia Gray, Sandra Smith, Maritza Evans,
Terri Brown, Aida Roman, Brenda Kane, Mary Rivera (guide on). Kneeling, Zuleika Burac, Gloria Conway, Angelica
Alleyne, Juana Forde, Carmen Scott, Neisa Cortez.



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By squads: Melinda MacNeil (Company Commander),
Alcia Howell (Guide On), Vern Caturia (1st Platoon
Leader), Orlando Stevens, Dalia Wallace, Tony
Mendoza, James Meeker, Jose Ramos, Lawson
Rhoderick, Ramon Scott, Humberto Wallace, Cecilia
Haughton, Richard Haynes, Kerry Savage (1st
Sergeant), Ricardo Conway (2nd Platoon Leader),
Robert Bruce, James Johnson, Kim Feilds, Marvin
Marcum, Odilia Machore, Ruth Rivera, Donna Watson,
Delcia Bowen, Raymond Wise (Platoon Sergeant),
Dave Riordan, Giselle Reece, Cardina Soley, Alexis
Goodridge.

COLOR GUARD

Left to right: Thomas Armando, John Robson, James
Nye, Gary Wright.

F COMPANY

Ronald Palomares (Company Commander), William
Willette(1st Platoon Leader), Yvette Thompson (Guide
On), Stanley Cumberbatch, Merdock Gilmore, Mario
Beatty, Palina Lewis, Melanie Watson, Winfred
Hancock (Platoon Sergeant), Maura Sobers, Marcia
Goodridge, Steve Todhunter (2nd Platoon Leader),
Byron Castleman, Terry Hamilton, Yvonne Lopez,
David Sorenson (1st Sergeant), Scott Sorenson,
Andrea Moran, Linda Willies, Asa Harris (Platoon
Sergeant), John Robson, Isabel Cordoba, Ovidio
Machado.

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Back row, left to right: Steve Todhunter, William Willette, Tramel Clark, Craig Riordan, Ron Palomares. Front
row: Asa Harris, Raymond Wise, Susan Palomares, Vern Caturia, John Mac Neil.



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Back row, left to right: Steve Todhunter, Kerry Savage, David Sorenson, Murdock Gilmore, Vern Caturia, Byron
Castleman. Front row: Ron Palomares, Asa Harris, Winters Hope, Craig Riordan, Tramel Clark, Michael Lopez.



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Bottom row, left to right: Ovidio Machado, Mike Mazerolle, Rick Beruvides, Misel Chacon, Mike Lanzaiaco, Leni Stokes,
Waynette Kenlaw, Richard Specht, Danny Hope, Patrick Dawson, William McAllister, Mike Barnes, Alexis Goodrich, Gary
Blanchard, Frank Aguiar. 2nd row, Scott Henry, Kelly Forrest, Gerald MacNeil, Orlando Stephens, Eugene Adams, Edward
Kirby, Mark Gewin, John Rowley, Luis Bosch, Randy Schrieber, James Ferguson, Eddie Hope. 3rd row, Paul Fletcher, Lee
Swearingen, Bob Fry, Leo Barker, John Overstreet, Jaime Cover, William Hayes, John Courtney, Dennis McAllister.

THE CHS FOOTBALL TEAM

Tiger
Leo Barker Captains William Hayes




Coaches:

J. D. Bryant

R. Grubbs

J. Rivera




Mike Lanzalaco



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All Zone & Palm Bowl




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All Zone & Palm Bowl

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All Zone & Palm Bowl





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GIRL'S VOLLEYBALL




The volleyball team is made up
of a group of enthusiastic girls who
wish to compete in an exciting sport.
Volleyball is not as easy as it looks.
It takes timing and good judgement
to figure where to put the ball. It also
takes practice. These girls put forth
a lot of time and effort in order to
make their volleyball season a good
one.



Returning letterpeople: Kathy
Kredell, Julie Collins, Covina Evans,
Laura Loizeaux, Marcia Loizeaux



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GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL




Kneeling in back: Mrs. Harris (coach), Nitzia Burrell. From left to right; Valerie Bock (captain), Kathy Kredell, Diana
Olivera, Marvel Iglesias, Ana Iglesias, Elvia Smith, Alicia Fletcher, Leslie Corliss, Carol Henry, Covina Evans, Elva
Moochlan, Laura Loizeaux.



ALL-ZONE



Laura Loizeaux



Marvel Iglesias





The girls basketball team, with
the help of Mrs. Harris, led a
victorious season. They tied Balboa
for first place with a record of three
wins and one loss. Laura Loizeaux
and Marvel Iglesias were selected to
the All-Zone team. This is Laura's
second year to be selected All-
Zone. The team thanks Mrs. Harris
for her dedication and effort,
making this year's girls basketball
team #1.



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CHS VARSITY BASKETBALL




Front L to R M. Smith, M. Mazzerolle, R. Cox, R. Specht, D. Thompson, J. Horington, M. Barnes, M. Lanzalaco,
D. Sweet, B. Whitaker, O. Machado, R. Conway, E. Barker, L. Barker.



The CHS Varsity Basketball
team had a fair season. The team,
itself, with the help of Coach
Dedeaux, worked very hard to make
the season an exciting one. Out of
the six games, the team won three
and lost the next three. The CHS
Basketball Team ended the season
by winning the last 2 games,
knocking off the first place team.



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Avid fans excitedly look on
as the CHS girl's varsity tennis
team whops the pants off some
unsuspecting team.



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Laura Loizeaux, number three,
contemplates current standings.



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Carol Henry, Frances Katsumoto, Kathy Kredell, Valerie
Bock, Covina Evans, Tracy Phillips, Laura Loizeaux, Betty
Sawyers, Marcia Loizeaux, Tara Brown, Leslie Corliss




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This year's baseball team had
a disappointing record of one win
and eight losses. Headed by
Coach J. D. Bryant they looked
like they would have a promising
season. Unfortunately, no breaks
came about.

Mike Mazerolle, team captain
was outstanding at his position;
shortstop. Heading up the batting
department was Leo Barker, 366,
followed by John Overstreet, 363.



Standing: Coach Bryant, Ricky Chappell, Gary Blanchard, Leo Barker, Bob Menges, Jaime Cover, Lee Swearingen,
John Overstreet, Cristo Kitras, Bob Fry, Jerry Bredenkamp. Sitting: Eddy Hope, Mateo Ubben, Mike Lanzalaco, Mike
Mazerolle, Marcelo Smith, Richard Specht, Lynette Stokers. Missing: Mike Barnes, Luis Galvez.





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CRISTOBAL TIGERS

PICK THEIR
JAMBOREE QUEEN

Practiced hard to be strong contenders,
The formidable Tigers did not surrender,
Their Helmets crashing and spirits blasting,
Those with stamina were ever-lasting,
We rooted for the Tigers in their first season game,
Winners or losers, wer were with them all the way!

Lori Allen



The Jamboree, the
season opener, pits all
four Canal Zone teams
against each other in one
sensational six quarter
game. Queen Lori Allen
looks on as the Tigers
successfully hold the
other teams at bay. We
didn't win the title but we
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BETTY SAWYERS
PALM BOWL QUEEN '79




Betty Sawyers was selected by
the CHS football team as this
years Palm Bowl Candidate.
The Palm Bowl Queen is select-
ed from the four candidates who
are all cheerleaders, represent-
ing each football team. Which-
ever girl sells the most tickets is
crowned Queen. Betty, with the
help of her cheerleading team
managed to raise $1,053 thus
winning the crown. We congra-
tulate Betty Sawyers, PALM
BOWL QUEEN 1979.



This page

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and Mrs. Martin

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QUEEN

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PROM MONARCHY



This year the Junior-Senior Prom was reigned
over by King Leonardo and Queen Kathy. The court
consisted of Jackie Sell and her escort, Ovidio
Machado, Jackie Richardson and her escort, Lee
Swearingen, Delcia Campbell and her escort, Jaime
Cover, Carol Thompson and her escort, Ted Sanchez,
Carol Henry and her escort, Eddy Hope, and Lisa
Cisneros and her escort, Mike Barnes.

Electing the royalty for this year was a tedious
task one not soon to be forgotten by the folks in the
Junior Class. We on the yearbook staff say Hail Kathy
and Hail Leonardo!





CHRISTMAS
FORMAL



The Christmas Formal this year was a great
success. Music by Sterio Bahia started the night
off just right, dancing to the new sounds of '79.
Presents were handed out most of the night, but
the biggest surprise of all was a special film show
presented by Kathy Kredell. Hall of Fame
awards were handed out, and sounds of
Christmas carols gave a feeling of Christmas in
the air.





In alphabetical order, Christine Antonllli, Scarlett Avera, Teresa Bowling, Ruth Camargo, Jackie Chacon,
Rhonda Clark, Jerome Czar, Marcia Goodridge, Christine Hancock, Diana Heres, Mona Medina, Emma
Perez, Lena Ramirez, Irish Shamblin, Shari Smith, Tania Steele, Rhonda Williams, Terri Wilson.




CHORUS



The Chorus, this year, is a newly
formed one. They sing in two or three
parts. The reason for this is the fact that
there is only one male voice, compared
to seventeen female voices. This year
the Chorus has a new director, Mr.
Cobham. In addition to teaching the
Chorus, he also plays the piano for the
group. We welcome Mr. Cobham to our
Music Department and wish him luck
with the Chorus.



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Left to right, first row: Debbie Hershey, Michelle Arnold, Carmen Flores, Juliana Landers, Maria Irion, Sherri McCullin
(treasurer), Marcie Hepner, Argie Molivas, Lisa Barrett, Lourdes DeLa Garza. Second row: Terry Forrest, Vicky Minschew, Carol
Henry, Elvia Smith, Lianne Werlein, Karl Hinz, Elisa Malo, Jackie Richardson (secretary), Scot Slimon, Covina Evans, Eloise
Bonner. Third row: Melinda MacNeil, Bud Planchon, Ricky Chappell, Deanna Malo, Cookie Hudgins, Jerry Bredenkamp, David
Soley, Dilcia Campbell, Michele Reece, Osvaldo Tom, Stamis Kitras. Fourth row: Mr. Carwithen, Ken Willis, Carlos Bernace,
Ed Tanner, Mark Ubben, David Graham, Melanie Wade, Duane Berlin, Vern Caturia, Paul Overstreet, Tony Downing, Benito
Whittaker. Fifth row: Luis Galvez, Julie Collins, Alan Ridge, Billy Welty, Jerry MacNeil, Tony Blennerhassett, John Smith, Ronald
Johnson, Dee Bredenkamp, Marcia Loizeaux, Danny Hope, Alexis Goodrich, Allen Coke, Leisa Ruble. Last row: Mike Barnes,
Kelly Forrest, Jose Claus, Butch Thompson, John Davis, Junior Chacon, Ed Kirby, Richard Haynes, Denis Healy, Allen Mott,
Leanne Mans, Rose Love, Keith Wallace, Egberto Willies. Missing: Nancy Rankin, Tami Witcher (president), Sean Barr.

VARSITY BAND

After a year in Beginner Band and one or
two years in J.V. Band, a player is ready for the
challenge of Varsity Band. A newcomer's first
couple of weeks in this band are a little
frightening, but after a few weeks he realizes
that other band members are not necessarily
superior to him, just more experienced. The
competition is sometimes tough but all work to
better themselves and move up to higher
positions in their sections. After a period of a
few months, the band routine becomes
familiar and band becomes one of the classes
its members thoroughly enjoy. Besides
playing at football games, the band plays a
Christmas Concert, a Spring Concert and
tours the elementary schools.






Left to right; First Row- David Soley, Deanna Malo, Jerry Bredenkamp, Buddy Planchon. Second Row-
Eddie Hope, Julie Collins, Ed Tanner, John Overstreet, Carlos Bernace, Danny Hope, Duane Berlin.
Third Row- Egberto Willies, Jackie Sell, Allen Mott, Mr. Carwithen.



STAGE
BAND



The Stage Band, selected by Mr.
Carwithen each year, can produce a
completely modern sound with its bass
guitar, electric piano, full drum set and
other instruments common to a jazz
band. In addition to other functions
performed in the community, the Stage
Band also helps produce the Variety
Show each year. Jazz and contemporary
numbers are the most commonly heard
music at their concerts.




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In alphabetical order: Rafael Adams, Jeffrey Adema. Shawn Ahern. John Arnold, Adam Baltel, Becky Berlin, Mario Blackman. Chris
Blanchard. Ronnie Brown, Robert Bruce, Kenda Carlile, Tori Carlile, Jackie Chacon, Pat Cirulli, Jordi Claramunt, Jerry Collins.
Henry DeLaGarza, Danny Dewalt, Terry Dominque, Marleny Dunmoodie, Debra Egolf, Maritza Evans, Paul Fast, Gilbert Ferro, Gerry
Ferro. Myrna Flores, Ruth Geer, Murdock Gilmore, Ellen Graham, Cecilia Gray, Helen Gregg, Mike Graham, Deidra Hamilton,
Antonio Hartley, Cathy Healey, Heidi Hinz, Kelly Hoover, Acelia Howell, Arturo Howell, Scott Hudson, Marvel Iglesias, Lange Jacobs,
Jimmy Johnson, Katina Kandrin, Renaldo King. Laverne Laguna, Roderick Lawson, Russell McCullin, Beth McDonough, Scott
Mendenhall, Joshua Morales, Isidra Orejuela, Maribel Ortiz, Kathi Overstreet, Guillerma Parris, Brian Powell. Cathy Procter. Angela
Rainey. Sharon Redman, David Renno, Martin Revello, Meccsha Rhodes, Dee Rounsaville. James Rowley. John Rowell, Carole
Sanchez. Isaac Sanchez, Ralph Sell, Willie Seman, Caroline Soley, Chris Smith, Denise Smith, Marcelo Smith, Marcia Smith, Tita
Tanner, Katie Terkanian, Armando Thomas, Wendy Vaught, Lamoin Werlein, Shawn Williams, Lindi Willies, Lisa Woods, Roberto
Whitaker, Vielka Brown. Tina Powell, Pat Quinn.

JUNIOR VARSITY BAND



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VOICE OF DEMOCR; CY



The theme for the
1978-1979 Voice of Demo-
cracy Scholarship Program,
sponsored by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, is "Why I Care
About America." This year's
winners were John Holland,
Vern Caturia, and Carmen
Dominique. Their scripts were
the best of entrees made by
Sophomores, Juniors, and
Seniors for the Atlantic Side,
and as no entrees were made
by the Pacific Side, were the
winners for the entire Canal
Zone as well.




"The goal of full freedom is
high but not unreal or unattain-
able. America is on the march,
and I care for America because
of her spirit to walk the high
road that leads from the less
free to the fully free; from height
to greater heights of responsi-
ble freedom. She sings a song
and her voice is heard around
the world, a voice that beckons
all to freedom."

By

John Holland



John Holland-First Place



Vern Caturia-Second Place



Carmen Dominique-Third Place





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Dr. Aurelio Lopzez
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Dr. Luciano Michineau
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WISHING YOU ALL THE
CLASS OF 1979




Don Antonio Tagaropulos
Cristobal-Colon Rotary Little League Teams

for 1979 Season



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Activities Dr. Aurelio Lopez
Secretary of Little League



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Dr. Luciano Michineau

Rotary Club Director



Francisco Brown, Head Coach of League



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THE CLASS OF 1978

from

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Beauty Shop
TEL. 47-9260


Compnments of

Decorations Andre

interior Decorating

for parties, weddings,

debutantes

TEL. Colon 47-8997

Andy Lim

The French Bazar

J.J. Palomeras

S.A., Colon


Almacen Surany
S.A.

P.O. Box 503, Colon


Compliments of

BAZAR HONESTO


p. O, Box 276 Tel.: 45-2868
Colon, Rep. of Panama

DUTY FREE

Novedades GRECIA, S. A.


9th St. Bolivar

Colon, R.P.

TEL. 47-0765


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campus life




Congratulates each member of this year's
graduation class on your personal accomplishments
and wishes you success in the arena of life.



Because we believe that true success Is better
characterized by inner joy, peace and happiness
than by fame, wealth or other achievements, we
wish to point you to Jesus Christ, God's Son
who invites you to find and develop that peace,
joy, and happiness in Him.



Panama Youth For Christ
Box 387, Balboa, C.Z.



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BEST WISHES FOR THE CLASS 79

SENIOR PILOTS OF THE

PANAMA CANAL 1914-1979



CAPT. JOHN CONSTANTINE
1914 1930



CAPT. W. VAN SICLEN



1944-1945



CAPT. G. KOLLE



1945-1950



CAPT. C. TOWNSHEND
1950-1959



CAPT. F. H. PARSONS
1930-1940



CAPT. K. WICKINGSTAI




1940-1944



CAPT. G. HUDGINS
1959-1962



CAPT. FRANK KERLEY
1974-1979



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With Best Wishes

to

the Class of 1979

from

C. B. Fenton & Co. Inc,

steamship Agents
at the

Crossroads of the World

Cristobal Balboa



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Norton Lilly & Company (Panama) Inc

United Brands Company Building

1101 Roosevelt Avenue

P.O. Box 5015
Cristobal, Canal Zone



Compliments of

E. J. BERGER



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Compliments



Of



WILFORD

&

MCKAY

INC.



Compliments

of

ITALIAN LINE




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With the Compliments

of

ASSOCIATED

STEAMSHIP

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Compliments

of

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P.O. Box 5032




Cristobal, C.Z.



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TO THE

CLASS OF '79




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SS^ COMPANY



P.O. Box 5016

Cristobal, Canal

Zone



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BEST WISHES

TO THE CLASS

OF '79



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SUPER TIGER BOOSTERS



Capt. and Mrs. Andrews

Capt. and Mrs. B. G. Allen

Mr. and Mrs. Berger

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bjorneby

The Carey Family

Mr. and Mrs. Emit Ciccetto

Ralph D. Collins

Nelson and Merrie Day

Forrest and Family



R. L. Husband
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Koziol
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mizrachi
Muebleria La Reina, S. A.
Major Necessary and Family
W. A. Rankin and Family
Don A. Ross
Snider and Family
D. A. Yerxa



TIGER BOOSTERS



Lion Art Aquilera

Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Austin

Mr. and Mrs. R. Barclay

Mrs. Doreen Barrera

Capt. and Mrs. Barrett

Mr. and Mrs. Frenchie Barriteau

Beach Fannily

Miss Carol Beckforg

Mrs. Z. Bennettasou

Robert Blanchette

Betty Blanchette

Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bulllnger

E. Butler

Mr. and Mrs. Bock

Kellie Carey

Byron and Greg Castlennan

The Castlemans

Sherry Chacon

Charles W. Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Clarke

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clarke



Jose Clavs

Mrs. Cortes

Mr. Lawarence Cowley

Melba J. Daffern

Juan H. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. John Davis

Tank and Jr. Davis

Mrs. Davison

Penny Anne Davidson

L. Dedeaux

The De la Garzas

Mrs. Joyce Desouza

Mr. and Mrs. C. Detore

Mrs. Judith H. Dod

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benjamin

and Daughters

Ed Dumas

Yuki Enney
Gloria Eversley

Ferris Fain

Mr. Vernal Farnum
Joan Fattorossi



Carlton Steven Felder

Carolyn Jean Felder

Capt. and Mrs. Fennell

Lee Fetherston

Rusty Fields

Ann Finneman

Jerry Finneman

Don Fletcher

Jose Flores

Rick Flores

Mrs. Follett

Mrs. Priscilla V. Forde

Mrs. Louise Forbes

Eva Froude

Bill, Russell, and Elizabeth

Gillespie
Monte Godeloson

Mrs. Gonzalez

Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Graham

Mr. and Mrs. B. Greaves

Sharon Green

Lee Graver



Shelly Graver

Mr. and Mrs. Randall Grubbs

Mr. Harris

Mrs. Harris

Nicki and David Harper

Andrew and Jason Harper

Healey Family

Cheri Henderson

Edwin Hepner

Mrs. Maria Elena Hernandez

Acott and Allison Hoffman

Holcomb

Corrie J. Holland

James R. Holland, Sr.

Mr. Frank Hoover

Mrs. Judy Hoover

Mrs. Houghton

Mr. Lionel S. Hudson

Maria Irion

Richard N. Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. George Kandrin

Karen, Beth, and Punkin

Mr. and Mrs. Katsumsto

Leslie Kayanan

Barry A. Keffe Kennedy

Capt. and Mrs. Frank Kerley

Mrs. Kirby

C. J. Knoche

Knoop Family

Jean M. Kozaske

Estela Koyner

Mr. Landers



Mrs. Norma F. Layne
Mr. Charles Lowe
Rangel Lucila
Capt. Ludlow
Mrs. Lynn Malo
Debra Marshall
Micheal Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. May
Gerald McNeil
Larry McNeil
Linda D. Melrose
Scott (Chunk) Mendenhull
Mrs. Menges
David S. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Minshew
Mr. and Mrs. Ezrl
Melida Moore
Virginia Morland
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mowery
C. B. Myer
Mr. Leroy McKay
Bonnie Jeanne McNaughton
Capt. and Mrs. Drummond
McNaughton
Fai Narvaez
Mrs. Newman
Kathie Noland
Russell E. Obergolten
Robert B. Olden
Luke T. Palumbo
Mr. and Mrs. James Polumbo
Mr. Theophilus J. Parris



Ted Peterson

Marylee Procter

Peter W. Procter

Mr. Shirley Procter

Mrs. Rankin

Capt. and Mr. Redman

Mrs. Amelia Reed and Son

Mrs. Adelina Renno

David Renno

Sandra Renno

Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Richardson

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Ridge

Erotida C. Rivera

Larry Rivera

J. T. Robson

Major Roque Rodriguez

Mrs. Zenaida Rojas

Mr. Ricardo Romney

Pedro R. Rosado

Judith Salinger

Dominique Saulnier

Mr. Olin Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scotland

Mr. Semon

Denise Smith

J. C. Smith and Family

Mr. Alfred Soley

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Soley

Mrs. Gladys Soley and Family

H. J. Spilling

James P. Stames

B. Stanaway



Sgm. Stanley and Family

Mrs. N. Steele

Flippo Stinnett

Mr. and Mrs. R. Springer

Elena Suarez

C. M. Swishers

K. Thiele

Mr. Armando Thomas

Mr. Thompson

Tom Thompson

Mr. Tirado

Mr. R. J. Tobin

Capt. and Mrs. Tomlet

Norma Unger

Jimmy Valencia

Lisa Walker

Susan Walters

Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Watson

Mr. Claudio E. Wedderburn

Speedin Weedin

Mrs. Whitaker

Miss Eulena Williams

Rhonda Williams

Egberto Willies

Kenneth Willis

Terri Wilson

Doris Younce

The Woodwards

James Wobig

Lindia Willies

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wattley



As editor this year, I have
learned and experienced many
new things. There have been quite
a few frustrations, but they were
tempered by the moments of
exuberance, like when the last
shipment of pages was finally in
the mail!

My heartfelt thanks to our
sponsor, Susan Stabler, for her
friendship and counsel, and to my
co-editor, Nancy Rankin, for being
willing to share the headaches.

We will all leave Panama with
many fond memories of the
tropical sun and fun known only in
Panama. In a way, Panama has
spoiled us, for no matter where we
are, we will remember and long for
a lifestyle such as this.

Leanne Mans





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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093680/00060
 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1979
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Record Information
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Opening
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Faculty
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
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        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
    Seniors
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
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        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
    Juniors
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
    Sophomores
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
    Freshmen
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
    Junior high
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
    Organizations
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
        Page 122
        Page 123
        Page 124
    Sports
        Page 125
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
        Page 134
        Page 135
        Page 136
        Page 137
        Page 138
        Page 139
        Page 140
    Activities
        Page 141
        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
        Page 145
        Page 146
        Page 147
        Page 148
        Page 149
        Page 150
        Page 151
        Page 152
        Page 153
        Page 154
    Closing
        Page 155
        Page 156
        Page 157
        Page 158
        Page 159
        Page 160
    Advertising
        Page 161
        Page 162
        Page 163
        Page 164
        Page 165
        Page 166
        Page 167
        Page 168
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        Page 182
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        Page 184
    Back Matter
        Page 185
        Page 186
    Back Cover
        Page 187
        Page 188
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CHS 1917-1933 CHS 1933-1959

CARIBBEAN
Cristobal High School
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Volume LXII
1979
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Title Page 1
Theme 4
Faculty 13
Seniors 31
Juniors 71
Sophomores 81
Freshmen 89
Junior High 97
Clubs and Organizations 107
Sports 125
Activities 141
Epilogue 155
Advertisements 161





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.


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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
students.
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
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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
unfurled.
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
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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
mind
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
the students.
Just what exactly will happen. Well
we leave that to the future classes to find out
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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
elementary school.
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
complete control.
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
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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
spirit.
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.
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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 . .

Be
What you can
What you must

Break free
From oppressing views

Overcome
Limitations

Maintain
An open mind
A liberal soul

Strive
To exist as yourself

Search
For freedom to Be

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SEES CHS
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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-
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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

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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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 "
best."

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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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.


LIBRARY

&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
year.

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."








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podonico's first year at ---
C.H.S. She earned her
Master's degree at
George Washington
University and teaches
Spanish here at C.H.S.




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Mr. Carwithen
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
row.


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
year.











Mr. Cowley teaches
Algebra and Computer
Programming. He
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
happy.








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.


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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
C.H.S.


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
and IV.













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-
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Mr. Greaves teach-
es Earth Science and
Math. He earned his
M.A. degree in Math at
Pennsylvania Universi-
ty. His message to the
seniors, "Keep abreast
of all social changes
and adjust your life style
to maximize all benefits
and minimize all
defects."


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
Studies 8.





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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
teachers dress.


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.









Mrs. Holland
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."


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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.


Dr. Holmgrain
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
one's self.


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Mr. Jacobs earned
his B.A. in education at
Southwestern Ok-
lahoma State University
and his M.E. degree at
Northeastern Oak-
lahoma State Universi-
ty. He will always
remember the fine
students and teachers
he has worked with.


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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
times ahead."


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
upper-class homeroom.
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
especially educationally.


Mrs. Markland
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.


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Mrs. McNaughton
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.


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Mr. Palumbo teach-
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earned his B.S. degree
at Northwest Missouri
State and his M.E.D.
degree at the University
of Florida.







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
Driver Training.
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.

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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
be free!"


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
IV.


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
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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
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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
friends' love.




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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Doris Acosta
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Lori Allen

Carlos Arango


Eneida Acosta


Francisco Aguiar


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Michael Barnes


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Sherry Ann Chacon


Norma Clarke

Roberto Clarke


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Amira Cohen


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Michael Mazerolle
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Mona Medina

Robert Menges


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Charles Norval


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Theodore Sanchez


Peter Scheets


Randy Schreiber


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Bruce Stern


Marlene Snyder


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Faye Thomas

Carol Thompson


Elena Suarez


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Egberto Willies Jr.


David Wattley


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William Theriault

Early
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Marlene Snyder
Faye Thomas
Jennifer Davison
Flor Thompson
Peter Scheets (not pictured)
Randy Schreiber (not
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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
Virgos.
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
Lisa.
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
next year!
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
Faye Thomas.
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
it all.
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
Dump.
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
Sorenson.
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
of manner.
I, Charles Norval, do bequeath my photographic abilities to Coach
Dedeaux.
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
Vicky Minshew.
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
Club.
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,
fly!
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
Wallace.
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
Runners-Up
Ron Palomares and Michele Reece





















Carol


Wittiest
Henry and Buddy
Ruble


Runners-up
Mike Keith and Ginny Butler

Best
Personality
Sharon Dumas and
Mike Barnes
Runners-up
David Finneman
and


Marlene Snyder






















S*N


MOST

INTELLECTUAL
EGBERTO WILLIES
ELVA MOOLCHAN
Runners-up
Victor Lau and Pat Bowerman


MOST
DEPENDABLE
BARBARA MOOCHLER
RON PALOMARES

Runners-up
Charles Norval and Pat Bowerman









BES.
DRESSED
Jackie Richardson

Cristo Kitras


Runners-up


Simone Curtis


Lee Featherson


MOST


ATHLETIC

LEONARDO BARKER

COVINA EVANS


Runners-up


Kathy Kredell


Mike Barnes





Best

Looking
Marlene
Snyder
Lee
Swearingen
runners-up
Jackie
Richardson
Hernando
Brin


Most
Talented
Jackie Sell
Egberto Willies
runners-up
Carol Henry
Jerry Bredenkamp





Most
Likely "
To
Succeed
Covina Evans and
Jean Jordi
runners-up
Elva Moolchan
Egberto Willies Pim/






SJ Zone

Brats


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DORIS )STA
November 11, 1957, Coco Solo, Canal Zone

DA ACOSTA
_--ptember 18, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

LORI MARIE ALLEN
July 6, 1961 Lewistown, Montana



SENIOR

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
Treasurer 4.

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;
Soccer 3.

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
4.
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
Aides 1,2,4.

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
1,2

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.


yearbook 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
Directors 4.

DAVID L. FINNEMAN
December 20, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball J.V. 1; Tennis J.V. 1; Varsity 1.




STATISTICS


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).

RIGOBERTO GOMEZ
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;
Civinettes 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
Newspaper 2.

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.



SENIOR

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
1,2,3,4

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.

KATHLEEN KREDELL
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

MARYLIN MARCUM
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;
Yearbook 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


ew York
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.




STATISTICS


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
Committee 4.

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
School Photographer

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

;iCARDO RAYMOND
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
1,2,3.




SENIOR



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
Float 4.

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
Committee 2,4

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
3.

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
School Student.







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
Award 2.

CAROL ANNE THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.

MANDY FLOOR ) THOMPSON
December 14, 1960
Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 4.

ALEX TINIACOS
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
Treasurer 2.

JAMES A. VALENCIA
June 8, 1960 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football Varsity 2; Tennis Varsity 2; Chorus 1, Talent
Club 1,2,3.

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.


EGBERTO WILLIES
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


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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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Aida Aguiar
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Albin Coke
Robert Convery
Isabel Cordoba


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Rebecca Courtney
George Daniel
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Ferris Fain
Paul Fletcher
Jorge Fontalvo


Byron Ford
Kimberly Ford
Robert Fry
Pammy Galvan


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Luis Galvez
Marcus Garcia
Mark Gewin


Jose Good
Shelly Graver
Jerry Harlin Jr.
Asa Harris


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Siria Henlon
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Michele Jeanmarie
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Brenda Kane
Eduardo Kirby
Tamera Lane
Michael Lanzalaco


Laura Loizeaux
Rose Love
Odilia Machore
Deanna Malo


Marvin Marcum
Judy Mattingly
Dennis McAllister
William McAllister


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Jennie Parker
Tracy Phillips
Harold Planchon


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Sarah Randazzo
Estee Raymond
Valarie Reece


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John Rowley
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Humberto Wallace
William Welty
Lianne Werlein


Natalie West
Sydney White Jr.
Angel Williams
Tamera Witcher


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Frank Archuleta Jr.
David Camargo
Billy Clifton
Cecilio Hunter
James Lloyd
Stephen Procter
John Theologos
Benito Whitaker


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Tony
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Denise Block
Eloise Bonner
Gabriel
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Susan Bowerman


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Sharon Austin
Sean Barr
Duane Berlin
Nancy Berry


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Tara Brown
Eric Bush
Katie Carey
Byron Castleman


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Juan Cavazos
Misel Chacon
Andrew Chatmon Jr.
Ramesh Chugani


Gilberto Cintron
William Clark
Gloria Conway
Leslie Corliss
Roy Cox


Darlene Cruz
Jose Cruz
Stanley Cumberbatch
Charles Dailey
Estrellita Davila


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Patricio Dawson
Anthony Downing
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Elizabeth Gillespie
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David Highley
Cecilio Haughton
Ronald Johnson
Bridgotte Keith


Carmen Flores
Stacey Follett
Jacqueline Ford
Terry Forrest
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Terry Hamilton
Winfred Hancock
Richard Haynes
Diane Heres


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Karen Mizrachi
Allen Mott
Michael Mowery
Catherine Necessary


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Susan Palomares
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Ronnie Pettit
Douglas Phillips


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Kenneth Powell
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David Rubio
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Mary Scheets


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Osvaldo Tom
Lorrie Tway
Genevieve Valentine
Tammy Valentine


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Anthony Weedin
William Willette
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Myrna Shuff
Sharon West


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BUSINESS MANAGER MURDOCK GILMORE


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Jeffrey Adema
Michael Ahern
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Patsy Drummond
Debra Egolf




Maritza Evans
Paul Fast
Gilbert Ferro
Kimberly Fields
Andrea Fleming





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Myrna Flores
Orlando Fontalvo
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Celia Gray
Helen Gregg
Deidra Hamilton
Patricia Hayes


Catherine Healey
Yasan Henry
Heidi Hinz
Ewan Ho
Todd Holmgrain


Acelia Howell
Arturo Howell
Robert Hummer Jr.
Marvel Iglesias
Joe Jennings


Jimmy Johnson
Katina Kandrin
Clay King
Kelly Kirby
Laverne Laguna





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Paulina Lewis
Maria Lopez
Yvonne Lopez
Patrick MacNeil
Elisa Malo


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Roberto Landers
Kenneth Lanzalaco
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Sunil Mayani
Michael Mc Eneaney
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Delia Morris

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Michelle Perez
Robert Phillips
Mitchell Pierantoni
Gwendolyn Powell .


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James Meeker
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Nilsa Naper
Diana Oliveira
Katherine Overstreet
Guillermo Parris
Luisa Pattilod


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Jacqueline Quesada
Patricia Quinn
Nancy Ramos
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Patricia Rice
Harry Rivera
Ruth Rivera
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Ricardo Romney
John Rowell III
James Rowley
Joseph Rowley
Leisa Ruble


Carole Sanchez
Isaac Sanchez
John Schwartz
Carmen Scott
Darcilyn Scott


Barry Semon
Robin Shamblin
Ernest Smith
Marcelo Smith
Marsha Smith


Sybren Smith
Richard Specht
Doretta Sweet
Marta Tanner
Tony Terrell


Clyde Thompson
Dennis Thompson
Tony Tigart
Stephen Tong
Esterbina Trejos


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Lisa Tyree
Wade Unger
Yvette Valentine
Wendy Vaught


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Roberto Whitaker
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Reatha Baker
Tony Mendoza
James Nye
Elizabeth Theologos





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