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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
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SEASONS AT CHS ...
In sixth grade we stood
the tallest of all
Our classmates beneath us
were smaller than small
Now comes a new season
Seventh graders we are
In Jr. High, to our amazement
We're the shortest by far!
We've begun at the beginning
We're starting over again
We wonder without knowing
How our high school days will end.
Seventh grade is the season
of cacophony in beginner band
It's confusion, it's lockers
It's needing someone to hold our
It's excitement, it's newness
It's learning the routine
It's lunch in the cafeteria
It's homework 'til we're green!
Eighth grade comes along,
It's another season still.
We're on top once again,
of the Junior High hill.
We're smarter, we're wiser,
we know the Junior High ropes.
We know what it takes
we've got such high ropes.
For English we've got Stabler,
and writing 'til we're sore.
And even when we're perfect
she makes us write some more!
In band we're fine musicians,
We even play at games.
And someone makes us do current
We won't mention any names
Eighth grade gets us ready,
For the next four years to come.
We hardly take it seriously
We think the game is won!
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In ninth grade now we're Freshmen
It's the season of starting anew
Our paths become more serious
Our grade points begin to acrue.
Class officers are our leaders
We're on the drill team too
We're members of the football team
We learn what it means to lose.
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Palumbo teaches us IPS
For English we've got Hoffman
We study more than we did before
Without as many helping hands.
We start to take an active part
In the affairs of Tiger life
We eat lunch now at ten-thirty
I 46 That's the high school plight.
We're on our way, we're ready
To be what we can be
As Freshmen here at CHS
We have our own identity.
The season of the Sophomore
Is somewhere in between,
No longer children or quite adults
Life's kind of like a dream.
The ROTC makes us leaders
We play in Senior Band
The Sophomore Board of Directors
Gives the class officers a hand
Mr. Jacobs drives us crazy
He tests us every way
We either make it, or we don't
Where are the good old days?
We date a bit more seriously
more Careful with our choices
We think that we know lots of things
We utilize our voices.
Just two more years at CHS
That's a sobering thought
Our parents bug us about our plans
It ties us up in knots!
It's nearly the final season,
Of High School Days for us.
We're Juniors and we finally see,
It's study, man, or bust!
We sit as upper classmen,
We're on almost every team
Our members have more critical work
We're important now it seems.
On stage we have more leading roles,
There's more for us to do.
We campaign for the S.A. jobs
And, we get them too!
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One special time in our Junior year
Really makes us sing,
And that's the day we order
Our precious Senior Rings.
The jewel sits on our fingers
Reminding us how far we've come
And for once in our life we can say
Just one more year and I'll be done!
There's a long hard road ahead
But soon we'll turn the last bend.
And then our last exams will bring us
To the doorstep of the end.
Well Senior Year has finally ended
And a big part of our life is gone
But these are times we will never forget
Because memories, always live on.
Can it be only yesterday
When school had just begun
Back then there were never worries
Just carefree laughter and fun.
Puzzled about the future
Plans change like the oceans shore
But watch out for old dad, he says
When you graduate he'll open the door.
But now the future has arrived
And we'll all be on our own
With friends we've made some lasting bonds
We never will stand alone
The ACT and the SAT
Are test we all must take
But after a late night party
The test time is hard to make.
We try to stay out of trouble
From Mr. Perkins and his reach
He's new but he's a tough one
Full of lectures or a speech.
From Cristobal's hallowed halls we go
With only one real wish
To change the things that need to change
To continue to grow and flourish.
A teacher is an artist,
Students his ball of clay.
The artist shapes the student
In an individual way.
A teacher is a friend
Lending a helping hand,
Always trying his hardest
Merely to understand.
] A teacher's like a parent
When we're away from home,
Assuring that we don't feel
Ever empty or alone.
And so a teacher's season
As a parent, artist, friend,
I Is one that's everlasting
And one that never ends.
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Sadie Hawkins dance. These four
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CHS PROUDLY PRESENTS
1981 HONOR GRADUATES
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SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
I, Angelica Alleyne, do bequeath all my love and
faith to my mother and a very special someone
who have stood by me through the good and bad
I, Leyda Balmaceda, do bequeath my sweetness to
my little darlings MB, EM, & YM and to my little
sister my love and reputation in CHS.
I, Eneida Bowen, do bequeath my quietness to
LaVerne Laguna, my studies and hard work to my
parents, and my madness to the girls in my gym
I, Susan K. Bowerman, do bequeath my watchful
eye to Maureen, my closet full of clothes to Mary
Beth, a sexy girlfriend to John, and a life with me
I, Brandi B. of Ghetto Gulick, do bequeath to all
the partiers, better waves, better parties, and better
things to come.
I, Dee Bredenkamp, do bequeath all the memories
of the Canal Zone to all who love it. To Gonzo, the
ultimate bone, to CR the key if I find it.
I, Stephanie Brookhart, do bequeath my place in
the NHS to MG, and my position in ROTC to
anyone crazy enough to take it.
I, Eric Bush, do bequeath all good times to FF,
CD, TP, DG, SF. I leave the Sturgess, Tarpon,
Devils, & the Yacht Club to next years' rednecks.
I, Mauricio R. Ching, do bequeath my athletic
abilities and personality to Ruth and M&M.
I, Gilberto Cintron (Tronchy), do bequeath my ways
of treating girls to Rico, and my hitting abilities to
Piero. God bless them.
I, William Clark, do bequeath all my athletic talents
to LW, and thank CN for her warmth and
friendship this past year. To PC, my charm.
I, Traci Cook, do bequeath one more year of high
school to AC, to LE my cheerleading uniform, and
to Cathy H. all my flirting ability!
I, Neisa Cortez, do bequeath my years of
successful studies and knowledge earned to my
parents; and all my love and under standing to
I, Charles Dailey, do bequeath all the good times
at the Sturgess & Aids, and a handful of seeds to
I, John Davis, do bequeath to my little brother my
car keys, to TD, KM, WF, LJ, & PC, all the
Panamas possible. To the football & soccer teams,
I, Lourdes De la Garza, do bequeath my "cute"
nose to DH, a speeding ticket to UR, an Italian to
CH, a dogproof retainer to SK and peace from me
I, Maritza Evans, do bequeath my twelve hard
years of study to my parents, and all the best to
Vannia and Donna.
I, Gilbert Ferro, do bequeath all my love to Karen,
best wishes to my brother and Donnie, and my pea
shooters to Howard.
I, Kimberly Renee Fields, do bequeath my typing
skills to Ralph, shorthand to FG, and my love for
Geometry to SF. To Bill Willette, my eternal love.
I, Myrna Flores, do bequeath to MF the best of
luck for the rest of her high school years and to
MG and CC, a good senior year.
I, Stacey D. Follett, do bequeath my level-head to
Steph, my friendship to all my friends & my
position on the tennis team to Kelly, she deserves
I, Juana E. Forde, do bequeath my "cool" to
Ricky, my smile to LaVerne, my shiny eyes to Dad,
my love to Butch and Mark, and everything to my
I, Terry A. Forrest, do bequeath my little yellow
limo to my brother in hopes that he is able to
keep the bad name known.
I, Allan Forte, do bequeath my old clothes, my old
shoes, and my old sneakers to my brother Ricardo.
I, Dave Graham, do bequeath a party on the Island
and a long nite at the Sturgess to the HTS' if they
I, Felicia Gray, do bequeath all my good lunch
hours to Sheila McDaniel, and to Shirley S. all my
drunk weekends. To Cricket, my basketball skills.
I, Winfred Lloyd Hancock, do bequeath my
cigarettes to CJ my foot odor to KK, my ROTC
skills to future Drill Team members, and my
headache to the Captain.
I, Cathy Healey, do bequeath to Marta, a years'
supply of PD's and green M&M's; to Chari, 1 hot
pink safari suit; and Traci YOU HD!!
I, Diane Heres, do bequeath my gum wrappers to
VV; my knowledge of physics to MS; and my
orthodontist to all masochists.
I, Darrell Hobson, do bequeath the world to anyone
who has a better place for it.
I, Gerardo Johansson, do bequeath best wishes
and all my bad habits to KK, CJ, and WD.
I, Richard Kellogg, do bequeath all my friendship
and help to Mel Almodovar and the Ghetto Gulick
I, Trudy Elizabeth Kim, do bequeath my pink shoes
SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
to those who criticized them; my feather earrings to
those who want to fly; and all my ripped-up T
shirts to MK.
I, Camellia King, do bequeath to Gwynne Duryea all
my blank college applications so that she will have
a fresh start next year.
I, Melissa C. Knoop, do bequeath all the good
times & happiness to YV, all the PD's they can
handle to CN, TK, & CH. All the best to the 1981
seniors of CHS.
I, Robert Kredell, do bequeath my memories of the
former CZ to Mike Mowery, my ability to be
conceited to Kellie Carey, and my sexy bod to Lori
I, Paulina Lewis, do bequeath my completion of
twelve years of study to my mother and all the
people who participated in helping me succeed.
I, Sheila Renee Martin, do bequeath to the world
my skills as one of the best medical technologists;
dedicated to my career and my husband (the
I, Kumar Mayani, do bequeath my title, charm, and
personality to Chris & Martha. My fun out of school
activities with the guys our 3:00 AM adventures
at the YC and our "wet underwear" fights.
I, Paul Mayani, do bequeath my studying abilities
to anyone who needs it and my best wishes to
everyone at CHS.
I, Peter Mayani, do bequeath the high tuition rate
to all who have to pay it and good luck to the
I, Ruth M. Miller, do bequeath the best of luck and
all my joy and happiness to Bebita, Digma, and
I, Karen Mizrachi, do bequeath to Maureen an
exciting senior year; to Beth, everything beautiful;
my body to Ryan; my love to Ted.
I, Allen Leo Mott, do bequeath my set to IS, Stage
Band to KW, A dive to SS, a fish to JR, a ride to
LG, my love to those whose lives I touched at
I, Mike Mowery, do bequeath the boys' counselor
to all the former CHS students, and to the former
CZ, many more big swells to come back to.
I, Cathy Necessary, do bequeath the green machine
to Steve, 100 pts. to CHS FB team Good luck!
Best wishes to MK, TK, & WC.
I, Paul Overstreet, do bequeath my long hours at
the pool with Julio to LW, free backgammon
lessons to TK, and a great senior year to KO.
I, Amy Perez, do bequeath to CS, AW, TP all my
intelligence; my retainer to SF; my luck with guys
to MD; My guitar to BT.
I, Michelle Perez, do bequeath all my bad luck with
cars and my luck in chemistry to MD, and my
good grades in school to Teresa.
I, Nancy Rankin, do bequeath "newtor metons" to
Camillia, my "hotline" to my sister Sandi, and to
Larry, the happiest times of my life.
I, Johnny Reuto, do bequeath to all the marimberos
and marimberas lots of fun and good luck in the
I, Maurya T. Ridge, do bequeath Gorgona Beach to
Ms. Harris & the gang, all the beer they can guzzle
to Danielle & Jackie, & my memories of Panama to
I, Marilyn S. Sepulvado, do bequeath my hickies to
J Valentine, best wishes next year to my brother
and sister, to S. McDaniel and L. Dewhurst I leave
I, Myrna Shuff, do bequeath Life's Best to Machelle
Dailey; Good Luck to MS; All the determination to
succeed to Fair Larre; And all my love to my
I, Marta L. Tanner, do bequeath to CL all my
empty soda cans, and to AM, all the boys she can
chase. To BM, I leave the CHS DT. Good luck!
I, Osvaldo Tom (Bolo), do bequeath my all-around
sportsmanship in all sports to Cristobal High
I, Jennie L. Valentine, do bequeath our great
memories to Bliss and Rainey, Potomac to E.
Graham, my make-up to Sepulvado and my brains
to Yvette and Neal.
I, Lourdes Villarreal, do bequeath my sense of
humor to Miriam Calvo, my smile to Yeriz, my
good luck to Elzibir, and my love to the class of
I, Roberto E. Whitaker, do bequeath my superior
musical abilities to my brother Ernesto, and to
Wilfredo, my intelligence and ability to get along
I, William Arthur Willette, do bequeath to Kim, a
place in my heart forever, to my brother Ray a
Honda 750, special. Good luck to GW, LT, PR, MR,
CN, MN, KM, SF, RK & DW.
I, Ray T. Wise, do bequeath all the love in my
heart to Diane Machin, and my brothers GW &
BW. My green car to CW.
I, Gus Zieske, do bequeath my luck at the
Washington to MW and CG. Deepness to all divers.
All my love to Lena Sanchez.
HEZ AND GUS ZIESKE
Mayani and Cathy Necessary
HALL OF FAME
MR. AND MS. C.H.S.
PAUL OVERSTREET AND MAURYA RIDGE
RUNNERS-UP TED ARNOLD AND LENA
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Traci Cook's work of art.
Resting during practices
Our proud football captains
Watching from the stands is Cathy
Necessary, the one girl selected by
the CHS football team to carry on
the tradition and glory of Jamboree
Queen. The crashing of helmets
and fierce growls can be heard
from the field below as each
football team struggles for a
hopeful Jamboree victory.
Fired-up with spirit, the CHS
cheerleaders and football players
lead the crowd into an energetic
frenzy as they boosted tremendous
confidence for their big game on
Friday night. The annual bonfire
has always been a big part of CHS,
and the self-assurance that the
players gain from this only goes to
show that this meaningful tradition
- will always live on.
CHS Varsity Football Team: Sam Clark, Lee
Schmeglar, John Davis, Paul Overstreet, Willie
Clark, Tank Davis, Cyril Gray, Lee Smith, Chris
Blanchard, Rick Ortiz, Lange Jacobs, Marcio Coles,
Armando Thomas, Jeff Adema, Marcelo Smith,
Rick Romney, Robert Kredell, Mike Gadbois, Larry
Walker, Pepe Claus, Steve Necessary, Kurt
McQuillan, Wayne Forrest, Rodrick Raff, Mike
Mowery, Ray Wise, Richard Carreon, Bill Willette.
Captains: John Davis, Willie Clark, and Paul Overstreet.
Hard workouts and strenuous
practices were a big part of this
year's football season. The team
was coached by Mr. Will and Mr.
Grubbs, who both did an outstand-
ing job for their players. Though the
season was not a winning one, the
players displayed great talent and
skill during each game they played.
The cheerleaders had a difficult
year, but they never lost spirit as
they continued to cheer for their
number one team.
Kredell showing us his better side
The Varsity Cheerleaders for 1980 were
Maurya Ridge, Captain; Danielle Barriteau,
Co-Captain; Jackie Plunkett; Kellie Carey;
Traci Cook, Heidi Hinz; and Kathi Overstreet.
Maurya Ridge, Captain
Homecoming is always an exciting and popular
time at CHS. The week before the game is
dedicated to the spirit of Homecoming by
having a different dress code everyday, ranging
from Hat Day and Rag Day to the traditional
wearing of blue and gold on Friday. Everyone
loves to participate in these festivities as they
help the team get fired-up for their big game
on Friday night.
Queen Lena Sanchez
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This year the Palm Bowl was held
on November 14th at Balboa
Stadium, with four of our fantastic
football players representing C.H.S.
Richard Carreon was selected as
all-lsthmian and honorable men-
tions went to Paul Overstreet, Rick
Romney, and Marcelo Smith. All
four participated in the Palm Bowl
MOST INTELLECTUAL WINNERS
MONICA REAL AND ALLEN MOTT
Nancy Rankin and Roberto Whitaker
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Mr. Charles M. Renno, Principal of
CHS, attended William Jewell
University and the University qf
Redlands where he received his AB
and MA degrees, respectively. "I'm
in the late summer of my life. Youth
'.. 'is the springtime of life, and I've
passed that point," says Mr.
Mr. Howard Perkins, CHS' new
Vice- Principal, obtained his AS
degree and two Masters at Dixie
Junior College and the University of
New Mexico. "I'm in the fall season,
because my life is changing, in
terms of what I'm learning about
other people, and about myself.
Pictured above the helpful (and much loved)
secretaries of CHS. Left to right: Joanne
Allen, Diana Davis, and Nicki Harper. Not
pictured is Laura Bilgray. Mrs. Bilgray now
works in the gym office.
Mrs. Miller (left) is the after-school librarian
at CHS, but she occasionally works with Mr.
Wells during school hours.
GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT
MORAL AND PHYSICAL
have been working at HS for over 10 years,
and know the answers to most student
Two members of the faculty that are very
important to the running of the school are
the nurse and librarian. Mrs. Ridge, the
school nurse, left, keeps our school healthy;
while in the library Mr. Wells, right, spends
his time locating books for needy students.
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IT'S THE SEASON TO
MR. ALEX BRUNELL is this year's Auto Shop
and Metal Shop teacher. He graduated from
Fitchburg State College in Massachusetts,
where he obtained his BA Degree. "I feel that
I'm in the freshman season of my life. So
many new things are just beginning."
MS. JUNE CLAYTON, after receiving her BS
Degree at Southwest University in Louisiana,
and her MA at the University of Southern
Mississippi, has finished her 25th year of
teaching at CHS. "I'm in the Autumn season
of life. I've had my spring, but I'm still having
MRS. MARIA COUNCIL, Spanish level I
teacher at CHS, received her BA from the
University of Colorado. "I'm in the prime
season of my life. I'm at a level where I'm
comfortable. I enjoy myself."
MR. LAWRENCE COWLEY, who has been
teaching at CHS for 12 years, is currently
teaching Algebra and Computer Science. He
received his BS Degree at Trinity University,
and his Masters at Southeastern University."
I'm in the fall season of my life . I'm
getting old and gray!"
LOUIS DEDEAUX, the Boys' PE teacher here
at CHS for 18 years, attended Oklahoma
State University, where he obtained his MA
in Physical Education. "I'm in my senior year.
I'm going to take it easy. After retirement I
plan to just sit around and watch the grass
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DR. DESOTO, beginning her first year as a MR. WILLIAM GASEtN a.teacher,-t .C. '-t G1AR.i
French teacher at CHS, received her BA and for, ovpr 18 year I, is stis r eih.I am' r.dtt
MA degrees at Purdue University, and her series of histoiy.argti.e.nmer .acurfses. .il ,
PHD at Indiana University. "My life Is new He received tai MA at Purd In sty.' T.S
in summer. Spring has already passed but: '."'m in The w r p1 y i"'. hr .: i. pi ti i
ife is still flourishing for me." turning snaw W ite, :nd 1li. t sa ,,thet ,, U* fir
change in *ryself a Miel.iE m aN t-s ..': day t
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MR. GRUBBS, who has been teaching here R
at CHS for 13 years, received his BA and MRS. JOAN HARRIS; gls' PE:tB:.er : Wi Ti 'are ; B' t
M.S. degrees at William Jewel College and at CHS lor 15 yepas received her I~ rorm .an M eg
Northwest Missouri State University, respeo- Barry Co 'egeand her M.S. firoriewY6rfk ;l .B.l:,ni rj
lively. This year he teaches Geometry and University. "I'm probably in the fall sean, : srig
Consumer Math. "I'm in the middle of the I may be getting older, but f'm sure not a 'Bianswer
school year, and the middle of my life." going to show iti" a,, o.Ue
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MRS. DONNA HELMLING, teaching English
.courses in her 2nd year at CHS, received her
B.A, and M.A. at Eastern Michigan Universi-
ty. "I feel that I'm in the spring. Every time
I move it's like a new beginning."
MRS. BEVERLY HOFFMAN. who this year
teaches English courses, obtained her B.A.
and M.E degrees at Texas Lutheran College
and Oklahoma State University, respective-
MR. PHILLIP HENRY received his B.A and
M.S. Science degrees from the District of
Columbia teacher's college, and this year
teaches Mathematics at CHS. "I'm in the
junior season of my life. My past experiences
have molded the future life that is ahead."
MR. RONALD JACOBS, who teaches U.S.
and World History at CHS, received both his
B.A. and M.E. degrees in Oklahoma, at
Southeast and Northeast Universities,
respectively. "I feel that I'm probably in the
summer of my life, because I'm feeling very
hot and bothered about the changes taking
place in the school system and in our lives "
MR. PAUL HIERONYMOUS, who this year
teaches Biology and Chemistry. received his
M.H.S. and B.S. degrees at Oklahoma's East
Central State University. "I'm in the tall of
my life Spring's a new beginning, and winter
is old. I'm somewhere in between."
MR. HENRY JONES. who graduated from
the University of Panama, where he received
his M.A Degree, this year teaches Physical
Education at CHS.
MRA EDWIN KOZIOL, who graduated from
Michigan State, where he obtained his B.A.
degree in Art this year teaches several art
courses. "I feel that my life is in spring right
now because spring Is a beautiful time of
year, when nature seems to explode.
causing new life and new energy"
MRS. ANESTINA WILMA LEATHERS wh.ois
a newcomer to the school teaches Typinog.
Bookeeping. and Shorthand to students at
CHS. Having received her AAS and 88 feels
she's in the spring and fall of her life. Spring
and Fall because its awake in the season
and natural beauty at nature.
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*M.M. from .Ne i. tat .
Northwestern Univeirsityi T
MRS. ELIZABETH .A&4pNAi)V
who has been here rat HS .tor& Is
teaches Home Economics ,ndjlb:g"l:
Receiving her-8..a in-Educatiin fffS
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of a new' life. M, -( gng. 4iao
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MR. LUKE PALUMBO, this year teaching
Physical Science and Earth Science,
received his BS and ME Degrees from
Northwestern Missouri University and Flor-
ida University. "My season is fall. I'm in the
twilight years of my life."
MRS. EDITH ROZETT teaches Special
Education at CHS. She received her BS and
MA Degrees from Illinois State University.
"I'm in the season between summer and fall.
That's a pretty balanced time of year, and
rfght now my life is balanced."
MR. CHARLES REEVES teaches Algebra.
Life Science, and Physics. He received his
BS, MA and BA at Arizona Stale University.
He sponsors the Science Club and feels that
he's in the "Autumn of my spring."
MR. PASTOR SANCHEZ, who teaches
Spanish levels II. III, and IV is in his 2nd year
here at CHS. He feels that he's in the spring
of his life. "I feel everything is bustling. I fell
in love and married my wife." He received
his Bachelors from Panama University and
his Masters in Mexico.
MRS. ZOE ROWELL teaches Math and
Algebra. She received her BA from
Vanderbilt University. She feels as it she is
in the fall season of her life because "the
leaves are changing and so is my lifestyle.
I am leaving behind the carefree summers
when my life was my own."
MRS. BONNIE SHANK teaches English, and
she is in her fourth year at CHS. She
received her BSSED at West Virginia
University and her MA from Alabama. She
is in charge of the Tiger Tails. "I feel secure.
as you would on a cold winter night with a
SMR. WiLUAM, SHANK i teac ing US. .MRS. SLISA ABLERobta' , ,
History and Art irl his ninth year .heere. He ',i bsr a18 d 1d .,:ro .I
receive his Bfrbom: W t Virginia Universi- Utversi S arct in enS'ei
ty and his Masters from'Alabara. He is thie halism this year.. "t'mi t :fti...ls.pe o :...4h
-SA aponsr .this year. "I'm in the springtime season o my life. There are: i il` ci, 'T i
omy'lite because I've never felt better apd ties. I'm. always waiting.: fior eiii ns i
spring is a time to enjoy life." clallerge *ru have to tackle." .
MR. EAINEST WATTLS, our industrial MR. W IA WILLIAM commonly called a-d" .
S ,Art teacher, received his BA at the Disrict "Coach' has the feeling of spring in him. H M MAI A
S of Columbia teacher's College. "I'm in the feels that working with the young Ieepashim' '"S"t,
l. hearing ieasdn of life. I rgaliizethat the young He teaches Social Studiei, ant. b
b aming and growing Orocess is still going .coaches soccer and football. He teie.d his i,
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Treasurer; Lana Elmufti, Vice-President; John
Traditionally the main activity of the
Junior Class is to .put on the.
Junior-Senior Prom.. Under the
auspices of the junior class officers .
the junior class elects senior i
couples for the Prom Court. The ".
Juniors, being a group of hard.
working students, made this year's
Prom a huge success and a night
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Sorry John, not tonight.
John Rowell III
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Missing people L to R: Brian Wiemer, Martha Sollas, Ruben Juarez.
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Cyril Gray III
Manuel Lopez, Jr.
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"Hey sailor, new in town?"
A couple of squares, but they love each other.
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Our No 1 KISS fan
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Missing Persons: lann Sanchez, Harold Sostand, Ricardo Jardine
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From time to time, and day to day
We think of him so many ways
The way he smiled, the way he frowned,
But always as our friend, MARK BROWNE.
As we walk and talk our time away
Mark's striving hard for life each day
Sometimes we wish he could see our.
And just feel better for a while.
Or even reallyitry to 4Ik
How very frigferingit u e
-To be as -stro nbrae
We all await hissafe
To live again aind ;:.starl.t ~
How deeply we wishi h.im o
And back to be!'ig our f iRd
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Pictured from left to right are: Casey Coombes, Bridget Yocum, Dionisio Raymond, Missing are Fabian Fraiz, Brenda
Stokes, and Hunter Tiblier.
e Almodovar Iris Amezqulta Dario Anderson Elizabeth Arata Willard Aylesworth Robert Baltel
isol Barraza Jessica Barrington Joseph Barrington Mark Baza Marc Bjorneby Mary Beth Bowerman
in Brookhart Sebrina Burns Rebecca Burr Kimberty Burrow Ildaura Claus Allki Costopanaglotl
S Cote Gregory Cowles Rna Da David D y HoDaz Kim Dull
Itopher Cote Gregory Cowles Rena Daisy David Demosey Hoa Diaz KIm Dull
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Misty Knight Denis Lamphl r
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Erica Welch Ernesto Whitaker Jon Zleke
Pictured below from left to right are: Thoom Kom Kahn, Pauline Snyder, Guy Wade, Alvia Cotto, and Kim Phillips. Missing are Percy Juarez,
Hector Ramos and Tracy Wilkinson.
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1980-81 CHRISTMAS FORMAL
Outside, it was a starry, tropical
night, with a warm breeze gently
blowing the palm trees. Inside, the
students of CHS were celebrating
Christmas. It was the annual
Christmas Formal held by the
Senior Class. This years' dance was
held at the Gulick Officers Club, on
December 13. Hall of Fame awards
were given out, and a magic show
was presented by "Magic Mark." A
good time was had by all.
KING STAMATIS KITRAS & QUEEN MAURYA RIDGE
Melissa Knoop & Bill Willette Cathy Necessary & Kumar Mayani
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Karen Mizrachi & Paul Overstreet Lourdes de la Garza & Gus Zieske
JUNIOR SENIOR PROM COURT
Nancy Rankin & Rick Kellogg Kim Fields & Ray Wise
An idealistic young school teacher.
full of plans and determination, is
sent to a rough inner city high
school. Here she is faced with many
problems which she hadn't expect-
ed. The agony of trying to keep one
student from dropping out of
school, with no help from the
assistant principal who definitely '
does nol sympathize with her, is
one of the several battles she must
fight. Falling in love with a man.
whose only concern is getting his
book published, is a conflict that
keeps the audience in suspense-
Mrs. Helmling, the sponsor, John
Rowell. student director, are two of
the many people who should be
credited with the successful out-
come of this play.s l b s se
come of this play.
Back Row: Krista Wessling, Trudy Kim, Lourdes De La Garza, Mike
Graham, Stacey Follet, Henry De La Garza and Cricket Rockwell. Middle
Row: Darrel Hobson, Cathy Healey, Allan Mott, Melissa Knoop, Camellia
King, Lee Graver, Stephanie Follet, John Rowell, Lena Troutman, Leslie
Griffin, Gwen Powell, Stephanie Brookhart, Nicki Duryea, and Billy Weal.
Sitting: Lana Elmufti, Genine Troutman, Lena Sanchez, Lemire Schmeglar,
Beth McDonough, Richard Haynes, lan Sanchez, David Renno, and Mark
M ary Call ............................................................................... Cam elia King
Devola ....................................................................................... Lana Elmufti
Rom ey ............................................................... ............. John Rowell III
Im a Dean ................................................................................ Leslie Griffin
Kiser Pease ................................................................................ Allen M ott
Goldie Pease ................................................................. Dee Bredenkamp
Mr. Connell ........................................................................... Mike Graham
Mrs. Connell ............................................................ Stephanie Brookhart
Miss Breathitt ................................................................. Heather Jacobs
Gaither Graybeal .................................................................... Bill Willette
Alma Graybeal ............................................................. Carrie Coykendall
Lacey .................................................................................. Lena Troutman
Chester .......... ......................................................................... Lee G raver
Sammy Lee ....................................................................... Richard Haynes
Hannah Jo ..................................................................... Stephanie Follett
Preacher ............................................................................ Darrell Hobson
Production ......... Donna Helmling, Melissa Knoop, Henry De la Garza,
Trudy Kim, Lourdes De la Garza, Chris Jackman, Scott Mendenhall,
Richard Haynes, Keith Wallace, Mark Rowell, Chris O'Neal, Gwen Powell,
Amy Perez, Michelle Perez, Lourdes De la Garza, Michelle Dailey, Yvette
One big happy family
DIANE BREDENKAMP AND ERIC BUSH
Paul Overstreet and Sheila