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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
COCO SOLO REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Formal Retreat Address . .
. held September 28,
1979 at Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School, delivered by
Charles M. Renno, Jr., Principal,
in observance of the close of the
final day of school as a part of
the Canal Zone Division of
We are assembled here this afternoon to mark the closing of an era in the history of
Cristobal Junior-Senior High School, to pay a short tribute to all the students and teachers
and staff who have contributed to the Cristobal Tiger Tradition, and to eulogize briefly those
who made it possible for us to be so proud to have been a part of the Canal Zone Division
of Schools and Cristobal Junior-Senior High School. Seventy-three years ago the Panama Canal
Company opened its first school in the Canal Zone. Since that opening in 1906, the Canal Zone
Schools have grown into a system, renowned for quality education, for the high achievement
of its students and for its excellent facilities and instructional materials. All of these have
been the product of the tremendous financial and community support the Canal Zone has
given to its schools. Several thousand years ago an Ancient Seer wrote: "To everything there
is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to
die A time to plant and a time to harvest." Today is a time of ending: a bitter winter
season in a brilliant tropic clime. With the end of this ceremony, Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School's final school day under the authority of the Division of Schools of the Civil Affairs
Bureau of the Canal Zone Government will come to a close. But, with every ending there
is a beginning again. As the poet said, "If winter comes, Can spring be far behind?" And thus,
the Cristobal High School traditions do not end with the lowering of the flags today, just as
they did not end with the move to this building from New Cristobal in 1959. In fact, those
traditions will live on which are meaningful and important enough to us for us to breath new
life into them as we come back to school Tuesday morning. Thank you
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Title Page I
Junior High 85
Some of the most exciting times
at school happen during Homecoming
"Spirit Week." Students dress up in
weird clothes to prove to everyone
that they have spirit. Like every year
only the brave ones come to school in
old rags, or worse yet, wearing
All in all it was a fun week ending
with the Homecoming pep assembly
and football game. Pep assemblies
have always been a big part of C.H.S.
and this year was no exception. From
boy cheerleaders to tricycle races, it
was all a part of building pep and spirit
for the big game on Friday night.
The spirit at C.H.S. has been
overwhelming this year. The treaties
might have caused a big change in the
Canal Zone but we have not let it
effect our school spirit at all. Football
games pep assemblies, and our annual
"Spirit Week" have all been just as
much fun and popular as before. School
dances are another activity that
everyone loves to participate in. No
matter how many changes take place
this year, there is one thing that will
always remain, and that is the "Mighty
Tiger Spirit" which will live on in our
Extra-curricular activities have
always been a big part of C.H.S. If you
look around after school you can see
the football and basketball teams
practicing hard in preparation for their
games on Friday nights. Sports events
have been a lot more spirited this year
than ever before. The cheerleaders
work very hard every week to pep up
the crowds and give their support to all
the Varsity teams.
The smell of chloroform, spilled
acids and wierd experiments, are just
a few of the many things going on in
the Science rooms reminding us that
classroom activities have proceeded
Gym classes are another thing
which most students look forward to.
The sound of Mrs. Fattorosi's voice
and her whistle are all part of the fun.
Football, soccer, and softball are three
of the sports which are considered
favorites among the students at C.H.S.
Though each sport is different all are
played for the same reason: to have
fun and to show the "roaring Tiger
The World We Make
We make the world in which we live,
By what we gather and what we give,
By our daily deeds and the things we say,
By what we keep or cast away.
We make our world by the beauty we see
In a skylark's song or a lilac tree,
In a butterfly's wing, in the pale moon's rise,
And the wonder that lingers in midnight skies.
We make our world by the life we lead,
By the friends we have, by the books we read,
By the pity we show in the hour of care,
By the loads we lift and the love we share.
We make our worlds by the goals we pursue,
By the heights we seek and the higher view,
By hopes and dreams that reach the sun
And the will to fight till the heights are won.
What is the place in which we dwell,
A hut or palace, heaven or hell
We gather and scatter, we take and we give,
We make our world . and there we live.
Alfred Grant Walton
Where's the bus!!
They're a happy group!
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Toward the end of the year most
of the familiar faces of C.H.S. will
slowly start to fade away, but the spirit
in the hearts of all former Zonians will
always be there. Whether you've lived
in the Canal Zone a couple of years or
all your life, it is never enough time to
appreciate Panama for what it really is.
It takes a drastic change like the
treaty to make a person realize what a
valuable experience living in the Zone
has been for them.
Seen at right is a SERVICE MEDAL which
was presented to all employees of the
Panama Canal Company for service
performed in the Canal Zone through Oct.
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Hispanic Queen: Ester I
Gatun Yacht Club
There's one thing our State
Department may not realize,
that while they can take a
person out of the Canal Zone,
they can never take the Canal
Zone out of a person.
We have been passed off
into history and erased from the
maps of the world. Though the
Zonian which was an endan-
gered species is now extinct,
the spirit of the Canal Zone will
always live on.
The sun slowly began to lower as
it continued to cast a golden shadow
across the school. It was September 28
and the day we had all dreaded was
quickly coming to an end. The majority
of the students were gathered around
the flag poles as Mr. Renno gave a
memorable speech to the teachers,
students, and staff. It was a sad
experience for most of us, knowing
that in a couple more days the place we
called home would no longer exist.
After the Panamanian flag was
lowered the C.H.S. Band then played
our national anthem and the American
flag began its final descent. Though
the sun was blinding we continued to
look up, knowing that this was the last
time we would ever see our flag being
lowered in front of our school. After
the flag was placed safely in Mr.
Renno's hands the band then played
our school song and the crowd quietly
and solemnly dispersed.
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Mr. Charles Renno
PRINCIPAL OF C.H.S
Mr. Renno is the principal here at
C.H.S. He has been here for nine
years. He has an A.B. from William
Jewell and a M.A. from the University
of Redlands. His hobbies are photo-
graphy and reading. Mr. Renno's
advice is, "Set your goals early but
keep as many options open as you
can; few of us end up exactly where
we started to go in life and many of
us find our early ambitions unsatisfy-
ing when we achieve them."
Mr. Martin Hoffman
Mr. Hoffman is the assistant principal. He has been
here at CHS for nine years. His hobbies are tennis, golf,
numismatics, philately, lepidoptery, skin diving,
watching all CHS athletic events and woodworking. He
has a B.S. from Texas Lutheran College and a M.Ed. from
Southwest Texas University. Mr. Hoffman's advice is,
"Think before acting and try to do things right the first
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MR. J.W. Barrowes
This is Mr. Barrowes' second year at CHS. He
is one of the Vice principals and is in school
administration. He received his B.A. and M.A. from
the College of Arts and Sciences University of
Nebraska. His hobbies are reading, writing and
gardening, he also likes to teach, travel and collect
paintings. Mr. Barrowes' advice to the students is,:
"Make your presence here at CHS be something
Good, something positive and something beautiful!"
Mrs. Ann Gegg
Mrs. Gegg has been here at CHS
for 24 years. She is the Girl's
Guidance Counselor but taught
French, Latin and Spanish for 18
years. She has her B.A. and M.S.
in Ed. from Cornell University.
Mrs. Gegg enjoys reading,
bridge and golf. She says to all of
us here at CHS, "1 hope the
1980's will bring the best to all of
Mr. Robert Mowery
Mr. Mowery is the Boy's
Guidance Counselor here at
CHS. He has been here for 16
years. Mr. Mowery has a B.S.
and a M.S. from Indiana State
Mr. Palumbo, "You're on Candid Camera!
Mr. James Palumbo
Mr. Palumbo is the Attendance
Counselor at CHS. He used to
teach Life Science and IPS and
has been here for 8 years. He
has his B.S. and M.S. from
Northwest Missouri State
University. Mr. Palumbo likes
Scuba and Sports.
Mr. Dayton Wells
Mr. Wells has been here at CHS
for II years. He is the Librarian.
Mr. Wells has his B.S. from
University of Idaho and Masters
from University of Oregon.
Mrs. N. Harper
Mrs. Allen busily at work.
Mrs. D. Davis
Mrs. L. Bilgray
Mrs. J. Allen
Mr. F.A. Anderson
This is Mr. Anderson's first year
at CHS. He teaches Special Ed.,
Math. English and History. Mr.
Anderson at home also enjoys
doing such things as surfing,
golfing, racquetball and making
stained glass. He has a B.A. in
Psychology from United States
International University and
Graduate work in Special Ed.
from Florida State University.
Mr. James E. Bailey
This is Mr. Bailey's third year at
Cristobal. He teaches JROTC.
Among Mr. Bailey's hobbies are
fishing and football.
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Mr. Robert Berger
Mr. Robert Berger from Room
313 teaches Social Studies 8. He
enjoys collecting butterflies and
playing golf. He has an associate
in commerce from Grand Rapids
Junior College and a Bachelor of
Arts from Michigan State. After
17 years in CHS he remembers.
"I will never forget the fine
students I have taught at CHS.
They are the BESTI"
Sometimes I wish I taught English instead of Band!
SMr. Richard Bock
Mr. Bock teaches Geometry,
Analysis and General Math.
Among his diversion while not
working is directing the two
plays during the year presented
by the Thespians. Mr. Bock is
the sponsor of the Drama Club.
Mrs. C. Campodonico
Mrs. Campodonico teaches
Spanish I and II. She holds a
Bachelor of Science from Mary
Washington College of the
University of Virginia.
Mr. Edward Carwithen
Mr. Carwithen has been CHS's
band director for 14 years. He
has a B. in fine arts from the
University of Florida and
Masters of Arts from the
Eastman School of Music.
During his free time, Mr.
Carwithen enjoys scuba diving.
"Remember us kindly" is his
advice to the Seniors.
Mr. Lawrence Cowley
This is Mr. Cowley's 12th year at
CHS. He teaches Algebra and
Computer Science. He has a
B.A. from Trinity University and
a M.A. from Southeastern State.
His hobbies are boating. snor-
kling and teaching. He says that
Thinking is not an oral process.
it is mental and should be
thoroughly explored before
Mr. Louis Dedeaux
Mr. Dedeaux teaches Physical
Education and Math. He
received his B.S. and M.S. at
Oklahoma State. He has been
teaching at CHS for the past 20
years and his hobbies are
fishing, golf and scuba diving.
His advice is that you will never
be successful if you don't try.
Mr. Palumbo and Mr. Knoope. laughing?
Miss Stephanie Ensenat
This is Miss Ensenat's first year
at CHS. She teaches English and
French I and II. She received her
B.S. at Louisiana State Universi-
ty and her M.A. at "Middlebury
College in Paris". France. Miss
Ensenat enjoys dancing, snor-
keling, and jogging. Her advice
Sis. "Don't give up, always keep
Mrs. June Fattorosi
Mrs. Fattorosi has been teach-
ing here at CHS for 24 years.
She teaches P.E. and received
her B.S. at Southeast University
in Louisiana and her M.A. at the
University of Southern Missis-
sippi. She quotes. "Do someth-
ing . Lead. follow, or get out
of the way."
Mr. Fattorosi teaches British
Literature and American Litera-
ture. He has his B.A. and M.A.
degrees from Rutgers Universi-
ty. Mr. Fattorosi enjoys litera-
ture and is a connoiseur of the
Mr. W. J. Gansen
Mr. Gansen is here at CHS for
his seventeenth year. He
teaches Behavioral Science,
General Business and Modern
Geography. Mr. Gansen has his
B.A. from Eastern Michigan
University and two M.A. de-
grees; one from University of
Michigan, the other from
Purdue University. Mr. Gansen's
main hobby is photography in
which he most cordially takes
pictures for CHS' newspaper
and year book.
Mr. G. Graver
Photography, fishing, hunting.
and restoring antiques are Mr.
Graver's favorite hobbies.
While not at home Mr. Graver is
teaching Industrial Arts here at
CHS. He has a B.S. degree in
Secondary Education from
Texas A & I University and his
M.Ed. in Industrial Education
from Texas A 6 M University.
"Don't tell Me!!!"
Mr. R. Grubbs
Mr. Grubbs attended Northwest
Missouri State University where
he obtained his "Master's. He
teaches Math 8 and Consumer
Math. Mr. Grubbs says he likes
to play tennis and go fishing.
Mrs. Joan Harris
Mrs. Harris teaches girl's
Physical Education here at CHS.
She is an alumna of Canal Zone
College. and has her B.A. and
M.A. degrees from Barry Col-
lege (Miami) and New York
University respectively. Mrs.
Harris enjoys playing tennis.
softball, volleyball, while also
enjoying teaching and coaching
them. Mrs. Harris reminds
students. "Write to your friends
and answer their letters Good
friends are hard to find."
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Mr. Charles Helm
Mr. Helm teaches remedial
reading and has been teach-
ing here at CHS for 8 years.
He has a B.A. from William
Jewell College, a M.E. from
the University of Missouri
and an Ed. S. from the
University of Alabama. He
enjoys swimming, boating,
music and reading. Mr. Helm
says that Good attitudes are
like the rudder on your ship
of life which can provide sure
direction toward your destin-
Mrs. Donna Helmling
This is Mrs. Helmling's first year at
CHS. She teaches American
literature and English 10. She
received her B.A. and M.A. at
Eastern Michigan U. She enjoys
reading, collecting shells, raising
weimaraners and collecting "Mup-
pets". She says "I am thoroughly
enjoying my work with the
students of CHS. I especially enjoy
the relaxed, friendly atmosphere."
Mr. Henry teaches Math-7. Consumer Math. He
received his B.S. at D.C. Teacher's College and
M.A. at San Jose State College.
Mr. Paul Hieronymus
Mr. Hieronymus has been
teaching here at CHS for 13
years. He teaches Chemistry.
Physiology, and Math. He has
a B.S. from East Central State
of Oklahoma and M.N.S. from
University of Oklahoma. His
hobbies are Golf and Stamps.
His advice is "It is better to
be quiet and thought a fool.
than to open your mouth and
remove all doubt."
Dr. E. Holmgrain
Dr. Holmgrain. a former
principal of CHS. is here for
his fifth year. He teaches
Social Studies 7. Dr. Holm-
grain has a B.A. from Cha-
dront state College and an
M.A. and Doctorate from the
University of Nebraska.
Mr. Ronald Jacobs
Mr. Jacobs graduated from
Southeastern Oklahoma State
University with a B.A. and from
Northeastern Oklahoma State
University with a M.E. He
teaches U.S. History and World
History. Mr. Jacobs' advice to
the students, "When we waste
another's time we take from him
that which we cannot replace".
Mr. Clare W. Johnson
This is Mr. Johnson's K)th year
at CHS. He teaches the business
courses of shorthand, book-
keeping, typing I and typing II.
Mr. Johnson earned a B.S.
degree from Bemidji State
College in Minnesota and a M.A.
degree from Central Washing-
ton State College. Mr. Johnson
reminds seniors to work hard
because, "Next year I won't be
there to say Little Boy or Little
Girl get to work"!
Mr. Henry Jones
Mr. Jones is here at CHS for his
thrid year. He teaches Physical
Education and Spanish. Mr.
Jones earned his M.A. degree at
New York University. His
advice to the students, "Don't
quit even though the road
seems rocky. There are better
The Grubbs Clan!
Mr. Roy Knoop
Mr. Knoop teaches US History,
.1 World History, and Geography.
S He received his B.A. at Ohio
Wesleyan, his M.A. at Columbia
/ University and his Post
S -Graduate at the University of
SDenver and at the University of
Colorado. Mr. Knoop likes music
and amongst his favorite com-
posers are Berlioz. Mahler and
Elgar. His advice is, "Remember
Mr. Donald Koon, SFC
Mr. Koon is here at CHS for his
third year. He teaches JROTC
LD-2. Mr. Koon attended college
at Columbus College, Columbus.
Georgia. He enjoys football.
jogging and fishing.
Mr. E. Kozial Mr. Lassila
Mr. Kozial teaches Art. He
received his B.A. and M.A. at
Michigan State University. He
likes art, golf, bridge and
reading. His advice is to think
Mr. Lassila teaches Industrial
Arts. He studied Industrial Arts
Education and Secondary
Education at California State
University where he received
his B.A. and M.A. degrees.
Mrs. McNaughton is Cristobal
High's Home Economics teacher.
She has her B.S. degree from
Massachusetts Teacher's College
at Framingham. Massachusetts.
Proving that Mrs. McNaughton
loves her work, her hobbies include
sewing, knitting and baking.
"Workin' ana' Workin' in the 'Ole Car Shop' "
Capt. Warren O'Brien
This is Sgt. O'Brien's first year
at CHS. He teaches LD3 and
LD4. He has his A.A. from
Gordon Junior College. Barnes-
ville. Ga., a B.A. from Elon
College. NC and M.B.A. from
Monmouth College, NJ. He likes
football, baseball, tennis, swim-
ming. jogging, and reading. Sgt.
O'Brien says. "You become
what you think you are."
Mr. Luke Palumbo
Mr. Palumbo has been teaching
here at CHS for 13 years. He
teaches Earth Science. I.P.S. He
received his B.S. at Northwest
Missouri State U. and M.Ed. at
the University of Florida.
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Mr. John Patty Mrs. Gayle Rankin
Mrs. Rankin teaches P.E. to
Junior High girls. She received
her degrees from Ohio Univer-
sity. Her hobbies are sports,
baking and cooking gourmet
foods. After teaching here at
CHS for 2 years her advice is
"Take pride in yourself and keep
on 'Truckin' no matter how
rough the road. Turn on to life"
Mr. Charles Reeves
The 79-80 school year is Mr.
Reeves' 24th year at CHS. He
teaches Physics and Life
Science. Mr. Reeves attended
Arizona State University where
he obtained his B.S., B.A.. and
M.A. degrees. Besides liking
Scuba and boating Mr. Reeves
says he enjoys discovering the
wonders of our planet Earth. Mr.
Reeves advice to Seniors and of
course everyone is, "Always
leave a place better than you
This is Mrs. Rozett's second
year at CHS. She teaches
Special Education, Remedial
Reading, Math and Social
Studies. She has her degrees
from Illinois State, University of
Alabama, La Verne University.
and Miami University. She
enjoys playing the piano, teach-
ing and sports. Her advice is.
Prepare yourself for tomorrow,
the challenge is upon us.
Mr. P. Sanchez
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Mrs. Bonnie Shank
Mrs. Shank from room 305
teaches English 7 and I. While
not at work Mrs. Shank enjoys
tennis, scuba diving, reading
and even beach combing. Mrs.
Shank has this to say to the
Class of 80,: "Seniors, what an
unforgettable memory you can
carry with you. Use it to
accentuate the positive aspects
of your life."
Mr. William Shank
Mr. Shank teaches Art 7th-8th
and Art II, III, and IV. Among his
hobbies there is tennis, scuba
diving, and fishing. Mr. Shank's
advice to the students is: "I will
not tell you that you can, but I
will ask you why you tell me you
cannot. Then we will go to work
and I will ask you to try. When
you try, you learn to accept your
work for what it is now, not for
what you wished it would be
like. You learn that it doesn't
matter if it's good or bad, it is
yours and it is the only thing like
Mr. Grey Snyder
This was Mr. Snyder's first year
at CHS. He teaches Auto
Mechanics. Mr. Snyder's pas-
times include woodworking,
photography and traveling. Mr.
Snyder says. "Take advantage
of every opportunity that arises,
they may not arise again."
Not you again
Ms. Susan K. Stabler
Sparkling Ms. Stabler from room
306 teaches ESL and English 8.
She holds a B.A. from the Pan
American University in Edin-
burg. Texas. Ms. Stabler likes
windsurfing, making candles
and woodworking. Her advice
to the students is, "Do good
things in life to keep yourself
Ms. Steele is the new teacher
that occupies room 248. In there
she teaches High School Read-
ing. English 9 and English SB.
Ms. Steele likes to sail and says
that she would like to take a
year cruise on her boat. Ms.
Steele says. "My first year here
at CHS has been a memorable
experience and a thoroughly
Mrs. Martha I. Tanner
Mrs. Tanner has been teaching
here at CHS for twelve years.
This year she teaches English I
and II. Mrs. Tanner has her B.A.
from the University of North
Carolina and did her graduate
work at Penn State, University
of Alabama and at the Universi-
ty of Oklahoma. Her hobbies are
reading, cooking, and playing
bridge. Her advice is, "Watch
out when you're gittin' all you
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Mr. Ernest A. Wattley
Mr. Wattley is teaching here at
CHS for his second year. He
teaches Woodwork I and Math
7. Mr. Wattley recieved an A.A.
from Canal Zone College, a B.Sc.
from D.C. Teacher's College
and M.A. from San Jose State
College. Mr. Wattley's favorite
pastime is playing canasta.
The Faculty "FATS!" Mr. Palumbo hard at work!
Mr. William L. Will
The 79-80 school year was Mr.
Will's ninth year at CHS. He
teaches Physical Education and
the English as a Secondary
Language course. Mr Will enjoys
golf, jogging, reading and
traveling. He earned a B.S. from
Xavier University in Ohio; a
M.Ed. from University of Florida
and is in the process of
completing his Master's of P.E.
from Long Beach State Universi-
ty. Mr. Will's advice to the
students is, "If you want
respect, then respect the rights
of others. The lack of it creates
Mrs. Hallie A. Witcher
The outstanding Math teacher
from room 212, Mrs. Witcher, is
here at CHS for the tenth year.
While not in school attending
her Algebra I and Math 8
students Mrs. Witcher enjoys
windsurfing, photography and
scuba diving. Mrs. Witcher's
message to the Class of 80: "I
will always have a special place
in my heart for you all. May your
future be filled with bright-
"Filework is so boring!"
Disco lessons at the gym.
There's something funny going on.
Mr. Mowery enjoying the view.
Relaxing after a hard day's work.
It's like this . .
Caught you in the act!
Busy at work.
Make Plans For
Senior Class Officers (left to right): President,
Alice Randazzo; Treasurer, Tracy Phillips;
Secretary, Mary Rivera; Vice-President, Lianne
Senior Board of Directors
Nancy Berry Ricardo Beruvides
Luis Bosch Shirley Bright
Ramesh Chugani Eneida Clarke
Fernando Codrington Holly Coe
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Robert Convery Joseph Corrigan
Carmen Flores Jorge Fontalvo
Kimberly Ford Byron Ford
Robert Fry Pammy Galvan
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Marianne Good Hayden
Leslie Henry Marcie Hepner
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Surf's up II! Debra Hershey
Rebecca Highley Douglas Hobson Carla Holder
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Daniel Hope Glenda Hudgins
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Marvin Marcum Judy Mattingly
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Mark Necessary Lisa and Greg deep in a discussion.
Jennie Parker Tract Phillips Harold Planchon
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Eastee Raymond Valerie Reece
Raul Richards Mary Rivera
Carol Schwartz Scot Slimon
Mara Sobers David Sorenson
Our new President!
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I always color in my spare time.
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Alice is eating again!
Hey Dreamboat, not you Shipwreck!
renda Kane hard at work.
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SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Genecito Adams, do bequeath my football skills to my
brother Ding and all my bottles of wine to Alice Randazzo.
To CHS I give the past.
1, Jackie Anthony, do bequeath my beloved Drill Team to
whoever will carry out its responsibilities, a last kiss to little
Duke, and my heart to Walt Kilgore.
I, Bill Bailey, do bequeath the beauty of a shadow, to those
who wish it.
I, Francella Baker, do bequeath my sportsmanship and my
good personality to my sister Delceda. I leave my honesty
and respect to those who want to follow it.
I, Lisa Barrett, do bequeath my "squeaks" to Susan and
Katie; and to Beth, a high school life filled with fun,
adventure, and growth.
I, Rigoberto Bennett, do bequeath my friendship to all my
friends hoping they never forget me and will stretch out
their arms to me when I really need them.
I, Nancy Berry, do bequeath Steve to Michelle and to Karen
I leave an exciting senior year (which she needs) and to
Billy, all my love.
I, Ricardo Beruvides, do bequeath all my knowledge of
Pontiacs to Gene Adams and my great hands to Scott
Henry, Bob Duryea, and especially Robert Kredell.
I, Luis Bosch, do bequeath my good looks to anyone that
looks like Gene Adams and all my love to the good looking
girls at CHS (all three of them)
I, Carlos Bonnick U., do bequeath my abilities to my sister
Elzibir and all my friends that stay back in CHS.
I, Shirley Bright, do bequeath my moral beliefs to PG, my
wittiness to MM, and my shyness to JC. All my treasured
memories of the Canal Zone to Bud Ruble, with all my love.
I, Vern Caturia, do bequeath 3 hubcaps for Sgt. Koon's Jule,
musical talent to AM, my staff to KF and my thanks to Scott
E. and Judy H.
I, Rickey Chappell, do bequeath ALL MY LOVE TO CATHY
I. Odilka Clarke, do bequeath my good sense of humor to
Neisa and my studying ability to Acelia.
I, Holly M. Coe, do bequeath the girls in the CHS Drill Team
to anyone who thinks he can handle them; to Mel our
beautiful memories of the Canal Zone; to Betty my shiney
I, Albin B. Coke, do bequeath all my football, baseball, and
basketball talents to Rafael Adams & Marcelo Smith with
the hope that they stand out in these as well as I did.
I, Joe Corrigan, do bequeath a gnarly wipeout at Vanos to
Dwayne, a ten foot tube to Simp, to Dave my Roper Go For
It attitude, and a radical Sturgess party to the Gang.
I, Bob Duryea, do bequeath CHS to 2 unfortunate sisters.
My football skills to Todd Wolf, Lots of luck to Mark and
Greg and all my love to Tracey.
I, Carmen Flores, do bequeath the best of luck to Myrna
and Mayra, because they deserve the best during their
next years of school.
I, Jorge Fontalvo, do bequeath my smartness, leadership,
and sportsmanship to my younger brother Orlando.
I, Anselmo Francis, do bequeath my sportsmanship and my
coolness to my brother Rico.
I, Luis Galvez, do bequeath my ability and my coolness to
my little brother Eric.
1, Jose D. Good, do bequeath my senior skills and talents
to any of the juniors who wish to pass with luck and my
dog's intelligence to Mark Aldridge.
I, Shelley Graver, do bequeath all my love to Terry and all
the fun times I've had at CHS to Melissa and Tracey. To
the upcoming Seniors Good Luck
I, Denis E. Healey, do bequeath my driving ability to SB, the
Science Club to anyone willing to pick up the pieces and
my role in CHS to all my admirers (both of them)
I, L. Scott Henry, do bequeath to my kid sister Ursula three
more years of high school. To Mary Rivera, Deanna Malo,
and Judy Mattingly, their names in this will.
I, Marcie Hepner, do bequeath happiness to all free people
and love to those who have found it.
I, Abraham Heres, do bequeath all of my tuition payments
to the newcomers of CHS; my car to my lovely sis Diane;
my lost retainer to whoever finds it.
I, Rebecca Ann Highley, do bequeath a peace of mind to
Dave Highley, my ability to maintain to Tammy R., and to
Patty Rorke I leave my seat at Devils Beach.
I, Daniel Anthony Hope, do bequeath my furry face to
Whiskers Walker; all of my happiness to Nancy Rankin; and
my puny body to anyone who is crazy enough to take it.
I, Cookie Hudgins, do bequeath to Mo, Bo, and P many good
ones; to the Beach Burners from Vanoland many stokers;
and my memories of the Zone to people who know what
I, Jacqueline Ford, do bequeath my years in school to Angel,
my ups and downs to Toti, my Spanish to CB&RB, and the
off-limits building to LD, PD, RS, TR, etc.
I, Kimberly Ford, do bequeath to Angel happiness & success,
to Luisa the WH and to Paula 8 Mo, all the Panamas they
I, Brenda Kane, do bequeath my Bn-S-I position to SB and
my best wishes for all of the seniors of CHS.
I, Edward Kirby, do bequeath my talent & speed and the
best of luck to my brother John.
I, Tamera Lane, do bequeath all all my love and appreciation
to my beloved mother who helped me to make it to where
I am now. God Bless Herl
I, Rose Love, do bequeath all my love and happiness to
Kieth, my musical ability to Mr. C., and my partying times
SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
at the Sturgess and Tarpon to the Gang.
I, Odilia Machore, do bequeath my studying ability to my
sister Berta and my seriousness to my brothers Lloyd and
1. Deanna Malo, do bequeath to KB, Ralph & chi-chi; to GW
my aggressiveness. To RW I leave BW (and Vice-Versa)
and to Elisa my driving skills, so she can scare the HELL
out of KB!
I, Judy Mattingly, do bequeath to Mary a trip to CMA in
hopes she gets reunited; and to Carl, all my love and lots
of Canterbury spirit.
I, Dennis McAllister, do bequeath my ability to make the
Weight Machine press itself on its own out of respect for
me, with just my appearance.
I, William McAllister, do bequeath my milk drinking habits,
self-confidence, and victory to all athletic students of CHS.
I, Ester Meza, do bequeath my body fitness to my sweet
sister Elida and my smile to Lupita.
I, Vicky Minshew, do bequeath my ankles and smile to Jr.
Chacon, my official joke book to TD, my friendship to
Alice, and my undying love to PS.
I, Jamie Mowery, do bequeath my beautiful tan to Marcia
Loizeaux, my old toothbrush to my brother Mike, and my
maturity to Robert Kredell.
I, Mark Necessary do bequeath the success of my Sr. year
to CN, SN, MK, YV, KT, BD, TP, SS, DH, AM, JR. JT, my
tennis skills to all who want to lose; JT, MM, & my acting
abilities to the gang.
I, Jennie Parker, do bequeath my nose to Mark, my
"howdy's" to Diane, and my "Led Zeppelin" and a
friendship to Bill.
I, Tracy Phillips, do bequeath JP a great year; MK my wavy
hair; KP the munchkins; MN & YV the lunch table; LS & LE
LR; SG & TF a good future; Bob, all the jiffy pop you can
I, Bud Planchon, do bequeath to D Adams and the Fet all
the TJ Swann they can guzzle and to R. Kredell all the
Barbie Dolls he can handle.
I, Reginald Ramsey, do bequeath my faith in God for Peace
and Justice toward all mankind; and my love to Marcia,
Kim, Shyrle, and Alice.
I, Alice Randazzo, do bequeath my eyes to Jr. C,
aggressiveness to M Ridge; love to PS and Vic special
thanks to G Adams; and all my love, heart, and memories
to a very special person, T. Downing.
I, Valarie Reece, do bequeath all the good times I've had
to Gisele, my hardwork to Mariel, my job to Mauricio; and
my locker without a lock to Piero, Rick, and Ortiz.
I, Raul Richards, do bequeath my running moves and tough
football playing to Ricardo Ortiz. Also my love to Sharon.
I, Mary Rivera, do bequeath my good times to my brother
Harry; my lifeguard talents to JD; my guild on to RR, and
the good time in History to Mr. Knoop. Good Luck CHS -
I'll miss ya.
I, Patricia Rorke, do bequeath my VC's with cherries to
Sandy; my love to H & J; my peace to Becky; and to BB.
the ultimate highway . ride.
I, Carol Schwartz, do bequeath my abilities of laughter and
talkativeness to MD, CS, and AW. I wish you all the best
of luck in the future.
I, Elvia Smith, do bequeath my beautiful smile to my sis
Marsha; my fresh mouth to my bro Marcelo, don't let
anyone push you around.
I, Mara Sobers, do bequeath my humor and ROTC ability
to my best friend Caroline Soley, and my craziness to
anyone who wants to assume it.
I, Vita Steele, do bequeath my way of dancing to my sister
Anastacia and my ambitious way to my brother Alex.
I, Edward W. Tanner, do bequeath the back seat of my
Dodge to GW & DM; to EM I leave the rest of my Dodge
and the good times in it. To Mr. C, my unending gratitude.
I, John James Theologos II, do bequeath my adjustable
Superman X-Ray lenses to Nancy Rankin; my lucky
astrology mood watch to ML; and my great acting abilities
I, Steve R. Todhunter, do bequeath everything to whoever;
someone to anybody; and remember that no one is better
than the graduates of '80.
1. Dalia Wallace, do bequeath my studying ability to Gary,
and my quietness to Laverne.
I, Natalie O. West, do bequeath all my joy and happiness
I've had in my senior year to Ruth Camargo.
,, Sydney White, do bequeath all my skills and talents in
Automechanics to all those juniors who are interested.
I, Angel Williams, do bequeath my prayers to the younger
generation, may the Lord help them in their future years.
May God bless you all.
I, Tamera L. Witcher, do bequeath Eric M. and 45th place
to Nancy Rankin, and many shuffles to Mr. C.
I, William Welty, do bequeath my surfing talents to DL; to
JC, DH, and Bob C., the best times at partying with Vanos
at the Sturgess; and for anyone who can take surfing, the
power is there, Go For It.
I, Lianne Werlein, do bequeath my charm and wit to KM;
Mr. Bock to anyone smart enough to appreciate his diction
and DROLL sense of humor; and my Mercedes-Benz to
I, Greg Wolf, do bequeath my foot to Bud P's a s; a new
trash can to Doug B; a muzzled to Ricky C; my size to
Danny H; my football skills to Todd.
I, Debbie Hershey, do bequeath peace of mind to #11 her
own advice to LB, confidence to TB; a holiday in Greece
to SB; and all my love to the one who MMBIM.
October II, 1961 Panama
Track 1,2,3.4, Football 3.4.
JACQUELINE MARIE ANTHONY
October 20, 1961 Colon, Republic of Panama
Pep Club It French Club 3.41 Carribean Club 3;
Senior Board of Directors; ROTC Drill Team
1.2,3; Basketball Intramurals 1.21 Volleyball
Intramurals 1,2; Homecoming Court 4s Varsity
July 2, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
'C' Club 4; Football 3.4, Track 3.4; Ocean to
Ocean Cayuca Race, 2.
February 3, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Basketball 1,2s Volleyball 1.2l Softball 1.2; Track 1,2.
February 28. 1962 Jacksonville. Florida
French Club 2,3, Caribe Club 2,3, Tradewind
April 6, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
February 24. 1962 Bangkok. Thailand
Senior Board of Directors, Homecoming Court,
Speaker of House I.
RICARDO J. BERUVIDES
September II, 1962 Miami. Florida
Football 3.4, Soccer 2,3.
CARLOS C. BONNICK U.
June 29. 1960 Colon, Republic of Panama
SHIRLEY ANN BRIGHT
July 24, 1961 Monterey. California
French Club 3,4> Pep Club 2, CHS Drill Team 4,
Volleyball Intramurals 3,4; Tennis Intramurals 3;
Basketball Intramurals 2; Homeroom representa-
tive 2, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3, Homecoming
Float Committee 3.
May 16, 1962 San Juan, Puerto Rico
Football 1.3.4; Swim Team 4.
VERN SCOTT CATURIA
October 18. 1960 Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin
Photography Club 1,2,3,4, Tradewind Staff 1,2,3,
Yearbook Photographer 1,23.4; Drama Club 3.4,
Football 1,2.3; Tennis 3.
RICKEY T. CHAPPELL
May 3. 1961 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Football 4, Baseball 3.4.
July 27, 1962 Colon, Republic of Panama
Basketball Intramurals 4.
June 20, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Savings Club 1,2, Cheerleader 2.
HOLLY MARIE COE
February 10.1962 Ancon, Canal Zone
Drill Team 1.2.3,4, Soccer 4. Track 4.
ALBIN B. COKE
April 23. 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football 3.4; Basketball 4. Baseball 1,2.
April 9. 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
ROBERT L. DURYEA
December 31. 1961 Hanau. Germany
French Club 1,2,3,4, Science Club 4, C-Club 4;
Track 3; Soccer 2, Football 4.
February 29, 1960 Alabama
July 4, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football 4, Basketball 4.
JACQUELINE DARNICE FORD
May 22, 1962 Baltimore. Maryland
Nurses Aide Club 2.
KIMBERLY PATRIA FORD
June 4. 1962 Baltimore. Maryland
Nurses Aide Club 1,2, Drill Team 1,2, Basketball 4,
Volleyball Intramurals 4, Softball 1,2; Soccer.
January 14, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
April 4, 1962 Columbus. Georgia
Spanish Club 2; Annandale Skydiving Club 1,2
Caribe Club 3.4, Spanish Honor Society 2,3.41
National Honor Society 3.4, Football 126.96.36.199,
Baseball 2.3,4, Wrestling Is Handball 1.21
Homeroom Representative 1,2; Senior Board of
April 23, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Baseball 2,31 Track 2.3, Soccer 1,2.
July 4. 1962 Brownsville, Texas
Thespians 3,4, Senior Board of Directors;
Football Watergirl 4.
September 29. 1962 Ancon. Canal Zone
Drama Club 1,2,3.41 Science Club 3,4, Caribe Club
3.4; Junior Board of Directors; Senior Board of
Directors; Tradewind 3,4, National Honor
Society 3,4, Band 1,2,3.4, Procrastinators Club 4;
Homeroom Representatives 3,4.
LESLIE SCOTT HENRY
August 8. 1962 Ft. Stewart, Georgia
Track 3; Football 4; Junior Board of Directors;
Senior Board of Directors.
October 14, 1962 Jamestown. New Jersey
Gymnastics 1.21 Basketball Ii Cheerleader 31
Homeroom Representative 4.
May 10. 1962 Tel Aviv. Israel
Science Is French Club 1,2, Spanish Club 1.2.3,41
Yearbook Staff 2, Golf 1.2.3,41 Basketball
Intramurals II Tennis I.
July 16. 1962 Fayetville, North Carolina
CHS Girls Drill Team 2,3.
July 7, 1962 Honolulu, Hawaii
National BETA Club 2.3; National VICA Club 3;
November 2. 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Homeroom Representative 4.
DANIEL ANTHONY HOPE
October 6. 1962 Albuquerque, New Mexico
Procrastinators Club 1,2,3,4, Senior Board of
Directors; Football 3.4; Basketball 4; Track 3,
Rifle Team 1.2, Homeroom Representative I.
GLENDA ANN HUDGINS
August II. 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Tennis 3,4; Tennis Intramurals 2,4, Volleyball 4,
Soccer Intramurals 1,21 Basketball Intramurals 1.2;
Gymnastics i1 Softball 1.2, Cayuca Race 3.4; CHS
Girls Drill Team 4; Senior Board of Directors.
BRENDA K. KANE
April 25. 1962 Wellington. Kansas
CHS JROTC Girls Drill Team 3.
December I. 1961 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Football 3, Tennis 2.3,41 Track 1,4.
ROSE MARIE LOVE
July 18, 1961 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
CHS Girls Drill Team 4.
ODILIA MACHORE DAVIS
July 26. 1962 Colo. Republic of Panama
Homeroom Representative 4.
February 3, 1962 Ancon, Canal Zone
Science Club 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Tradewind
Staff 4, Junior Board of Directors, Senior Board
of Directors; Boy's Tennis Manager 2,3.4, Soccer
Manager I; Basketball Intramurals 1,21 ROTC
Color Guard I, ROTC Drill Team I, CHS Girls Drill
Team 2,3,4, Homeroom Alternate 1,2.
February 14. 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Boys Drill Team 3, Bicentennial Cross Country
Run 2; ROTC 1.2.31 Senior Board of Directors;
Junior Board of Directors.
February 15. 1962 Heidelburg, Germany
Homecoming court 4, Senior Board of Directors.
May 23, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Football 3.4; Track 3; Swimming 3.
May 23. 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Football 3,4; Track 3; Swimming 3.
ESTER MARIA MEZA ORTIZ
February 10, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
PEP Club 3, Volleyball II Baseball 2.
December 14. 1961 Norfolk. Virginia
Drama Club 3; Junior Board of Directors; Junior
Class Vice-President; Senior Board of Directors;
Swim Team I; Homecoming Court 4; Physical
Fitness Award 1,2,3; Volleyball Intramurals I1
Homeroom Alternate 4.
December 23, 1961 Linton. Indiana
GAA 3.4; Board of Directors 3.4; Swimming 1.2.3;
Volleyball Intramurals I.
July 19, 1962 Harrison, Arkansas
Drama Club 3,4, Science Club 4; Thespians 4;
Tennis 3.4, Homeroom Representative 1.4, Senior
Board of Directors.
TRACY LYNN PHILLIPS
October 19, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Pep Club ih Soccer Watergirl 2.3,.4 Basketball
Manager 4; Senior Class Treasurer.
December 4. 1961 Fort Lewis. Washington
CHS Girls Drill Team 4, Tradewind Staff 4;
Nature Club I; French Club 2.
HAROLD WILLIAM PLANCHON
June 9, 1962 Lebanon, Missouri
Senior Board of Directors; Football 3.4; Baseball
4, Soccer 4, Homeroom Representative 1.2.
September 17, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Track 2.3,4; Color Guard 3,4.
SARAH ALICE RANDAZZO
March 18. 1962 Biluxi, Mississippi
Class Favorite ih Majorette 3; Drama Club 3;
Jamboree Queen 4; Jr. Sr. Prom Committee 3.4;
Junior Class Secretary; Senior Class President
Board of Directors 3,4; Office Assistant 4;
Soccer Intramurals 4, Homeroom Representative
October 17, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Drama Club I; Baseball 2.
December 3. 1962
Football 4, Basketball 4; Soccer 3.4; Baseball 4.
October 17, 1961 Albonito, Puerto Rico
Pep Club i6 Board of Directors 3.4; Homecoming
Queen 4; ROTC Drill Team 1,2.3; Senior Class
Secretary, Homeroom Alternate I.
November 8. 1961 Jersey City, New Jersey
CHS Girls Drill Team 3; Senior Board of
Directors; Swim Team 2,3.4.
ELVIA C. SMITH
October 19, 1960 Colon. Republic of Panama
Board of Directors 3,4, GAA 3.4; ROTC Girls
Drill Team 1,2.3; Basketball 3,4; Volleyball
Intramurals 1.2; Homeroom Representative 1,3;
VITA V. STEELE
September 17, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Pep Club 3; Basketball 1.2.
MARA ENEYDA SOBERS
August 15. 1962 Colon. Republic of Panama
Track 2; Volleyball 2. Baseball 2; Homeroom
April 14. 1962 Clovis. New Mexico
Football Manager 4.
JOHN J. THEOLOGOS
October 23. 1962 Memphis. Tennessee
Drill Team 3; Drama Club 4; Tradewind Staff;
STEVEN R. TODHUNTER
June 6. 1962 Fort Ord. California
Science Club 2.3,4, Thespians 3,4; JROTC Rifle
Team 3,4, SA President 4, JROTC Battalion
Commander 4; Rangers 2.3,4; Homeroom
November 12. 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
LIANNE MARIE WERLEIN
October 17, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
Talent Club I; SA 1.2,3,4, Thespians 3.4; Senior
Board of Directors; Senior Class President;
NATALIE OCTAVIA WEST
April 28. 1963 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
French Club 3; Tradewind Staff 3,4.
June 12. 1962 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Drama Club I; AV Club I; Tennis 1.2; Basketball
April 28. 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
ANGEL W. WILLIAMS
January 3. 1962 Ancon, Canal Zone
May 20, 1962 Mangum. Oklahoma
Yearbook I, Tradewind 3; Caribe Club 2.3,4;
Discussion Club 3; Science Club 2.3, National
Honor Society 3.4; Senior Band 1,2.3.4; Assistant
GREGORY L. WOLF
August 12. 1962 York, Pennsylvania
Football 1,2.3.4, Track 3.4.
L-R, Denise Smith. Bill Willette, Vern Caturia, Brenda Kane, Ginny Valentine. Not
Pictured, Jordi Claramunt, Mr. Gansen, Mr. Carwithen, Mr. & Mrs. Witcher
MR. AND MS. C.H.S.
And Lisa Barrett
Joe Corrigan And Alice Randazzo
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Raul Richards And Kim Ford
Bob Fry ( -
Elvia Smith .,
Mark Necessary And Lisa B
Lisa Barrett And Danny Hope
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Scot Henry And Lianne Werlien
Chappell And Patty Rorke
Fermin Regist And Odilka Clark
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S; JUNIOR CLASS
During the school year the Junior Board of
Directors has one main task. That is to finance and put
on the Junior-Senior Prom. This year it was a fairly
relaxed organization but nevertheless they tackled this
"awesome" job of making the night of the Junior-Senior
Prom a night to remember.
Standing: Vice President, Bill Willette;
President, Maurya Ridge; Seated: Secretary,
Stacey Follett; Treasurer, Tara Brown
JUNIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Standing: Junior Chacon, Melissa Knoop, Maurya Ridge, Tara Brown, John Davis.
Seated: Allen Mott, Stacey Follett, Leslie Corliss, Jeny Stokes, Bill Willette.
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Beauty and the Beast
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S k Gary Mason
Sylvia Eric Marlbel David
Almedina Banks Barraza Beach
Martin Ronald Nenita
Asanza Barnes Baza
Carlos Bryan John Stacie
Beatty Boggs Bowerman Carey
Jeff Marlene Teresa
Berry Bonila Bowling
Patricia Melanie Paul Penny
Clark Coke Craig Davidson
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1 Dominique Eric .' Mayra
Duryea Fennell Flores
Magaly Tammy Ruth Mike
Dunmoodie Dyer Ferro Gadbois
Deborah Sharon Malnda
Lisa Garcia Greene Haynes
Galvan Lee Russell Dennis
Garver Harmon Headrick
Junior High knows where it's at
Junior High knows where it's at!
Karl I l Edmund
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Jesse Cassandra Barker
David i \'
Ronald -.- Pamella i Kegina I IIt l 4 .'.l rarl
Phillips Pratt Raff Revello
Porlilla Procter Raymond
Sarah ITony Akis Simone
Reyes Rivera Sanchez Scott
Michael Victor Jerry
Rhodes Rivera Saunders
Yvette Margarita Teresa e Alelandro
Simpson Smith Solis Steele
Alen Billy Connie
Smith Snider Sperling
Marcus Vincent Theresa Patty
Steele Sutton Theologos Thompsor
Brenda David Jay
Hunter Katherine Marta Glen
Tiblier Tirado Varela Watson
Ralph Mike Edmund
Tiernan Turner Vaughn
Whitfield M Z %Williams
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Draws Large Crowd
Reigns Over Jamboree
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The Jamboree kicked off with
spirit as did the hopes of the Tigers.
This being the year's first football
game it showed the Tigers what
type of opposition they would have
to face. It looked pretty fierce!
Drill Team looks on.