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CARIBBEAN
CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL


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REPUBLIC OF PANAMA


VOLUME LXIV
1981








TABLE OF


TITLE PAGE

THEME

SENIORS

SPIRIT

FACULTY

JUNIORS

SOPHOMORES

FRESHMEN

JUNIOR HIGH

ACTIVITIES

ORGANIZATIONS

SPORTS

ADVERTISEMENTS

MEMORIES


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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!


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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
hand.

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
events,
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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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
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We're on our way, we're ready
To be what we can be
As Freshmen here at CHS
We have our own identity.


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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
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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.


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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






























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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.







































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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.


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When we're away from home,
Assuring that we don't feel
Ever empty or alone.

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As a parent, artist, friend,
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MELISSA KNOOP


DWAYNE LOVE


SHEILA MARTIN


PRITHAM MAYANI


"Should I do it, or shouldn't I?"


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PAUL MAYANI


KAREN MIZRACHI


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MICHELE PEREZ JOHN PHILLIPS


NANCY RANKIN


MONICA REAL


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GENEVIEVE VALENTINE


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ROGER WILLIAMS


ALPHONSO VACCA


RAY WISE


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CHS PROUDLY PRESENTS
THE
1981 HONOR GRADUATES


SUSAN BOWERMAN
STEPHANIE
BROOKHART
RICHARD CARREON
MYRNA FLORES
CATHERINE HEALEY
DARRELL HOBSON
CAMELIA KING
STAMATIS KITRAS
SHEILA MARTIN
PRITHAM MAYANI


SUNIL MAYANI


LOURDES DE LA


ALLEN MOTT
PAUL OVERSTREET
EMMA PEREZ
MICHELE PEREZ
RODERICK RAFF
NANCY RANKIN
MONICA REAL
MAURYA RIDGE
STEPHEN TONG
ROBERTO WHITAKER
GUS ZIESKE


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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
times.
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
class.
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
to CK.
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
Rico.
I, Charles Dailey, do bequeath all the good times
at the Sturgess & Aids, and a handful of seeds to
the gang.
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,
a tribute.
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
to HD.
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
it!
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
mother.
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
can hang.
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
Gang.
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
Dewhurst.
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
doctor)!
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
upcoming Seniors.
I, Ruth M. Miller, do bequeath the best of luck and
all my joy and happiness to Bebita, Digma, and
Yeriz.
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
CHS.
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
future.
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
Les.
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
"Joe."
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
BEAR.
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
School.
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
'81.
I, Roberto E. Whitaker, do bequeath my superior
musical abilities to my brother Ernesto, and to
Wilfredo, my intelligence and ability to get along
with others.
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.





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HALL OF FAME
MR. AND MS. C.H.S.
PAUL OVERSTREET AND MAURYA RIDGE
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Cafeteria SPIRIT!!

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Courageous on-lookers


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CHS PRESENTS
JAMBOREE QUEEN
1980
CATHY NECESSARY

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.



















TIGER SPIRIT

BURNS ON
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.






VARSITY FOOTBALL

1980
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.

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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.


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CHS
VARSITY
CHEERLEADERS
The Varsity Cheerleaders for 1980 were
Maurya Ridge, Captain; Danielle Barriteau,
Co-Captain; Jackie Plunkett; Kellie Carey;
Traci Cook, Heidi Hinz; and Kathi Overstreet.







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SPIRIT WEEK
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.


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PALM BOWL

1980

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
as ALL-STARS.


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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.
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MR. PERKINS

JOINS CHS
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.



































THE LADIES

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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.









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GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT
MORAL AND PHYSICAL



have been working at HS for over 10 years,




and know the answers to most student
problems.
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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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
fun!"
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
grow."


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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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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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.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.


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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.


MR. JOHN
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Northwestern Univeirsityi T
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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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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
fire blazing."


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-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." .
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JUNIOR

CLASS

OFFICERS

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
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Luis Acevedo
Jeffrey Adema
Delceda Baker
Reatha Baker










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Elzibir Bonnick
Jose Claus
Marcio Coles










Maureen Convery
Alan Cook
Claudia Cruz
Machelle Dailey










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Patsy Drummond









Debra Egolf
Lana Elmufti

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Paul Fast
Orlando Fontalvo
John Frady
Ricardo Francis


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Mike Graham
Cecilia Gray
Celia Gray


Alfredo Haughton
Ilka Hemmings
Hiedi Hinz
Ewan Ho










Arturo Howell
Marvel Iglesias










Heather Jacobs
Ruben Juarez









Kelly Kirby
LaVerne Laguna
Coral Lamphier
Roberto Landers








Sharon Martin
Kurt McQuillen
Scott Mendenhall
Michele Modestin I








Andrea Moran
Chris O'Neal
Ricardo Ortiz
Katherine
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Arturo Perez











Gwen Powell
Cathy Procter
Piero Reece
Patricia Rice









Juan Riviere
Rita Rockwell
Ricardo Romney
John Rowell III









Carole Sanchez
Fernando Sanchez
Iris Sanchez
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Darcilyn Scott
Shirley Sepulvado
Marcelo Smith








Marsha Smith
Esterbina Trejos
Lisa Tyree
Viviana Vacca








Yvette Valentine
Larry Walker
Keith Wallace
Mike Wilkinson


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Dwayne Lorenz
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Marjorie Adamson
Felix Amezquita
Evelia Anderson
Lyda Balmaceda
Danielle Barriteau





Mario Blackman
Vielka Brown
Francisco Burac
Jorge Burgess
Kellie Carey





Maggie Carreon
Samuel Cheung
Samuel Clark
Vasquez Codrington
Christine Connelly


Donald Dewalt
Lori Dewhurst


Marleny DunMoodie
Vannia Evans







Laurie Fennell
Gerry Ferro
Stephanie Follett
Felicia Ford
Wayne Forrest


Sophomore officers doing their thing.


Sabrina Foster
Sherry Frady
Enrico Francis
Magaly Francis
Eric Galvez





Dina Gehringer
Ana Gomez
Marsha Goodridge
Ellen Graham
Cyril Gray III





Kenny Green
Christine Hancock
Helen Harjani
Antonio Hartley
Blanca Hauke


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Digma Herrera
Robert Holland
Kelly Hoover
Scott Hudson
Chris Jackman




Lange Jacobs
Felix Juarez
Ken Kellogg
John Kirby
Kim Kirby


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Gladys Lloyd






Manuel Lopez, Jr.
Dwayne Lorenz






Lucinda Machin
Yeriz Markham





Sheila McDaniel
Beth McDonough
Ruben Miller
Elizabeth Mizrachi
Millicent Morgan


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Toni Planchon
Jackie Plunkett
Tina Powell
Steven Pratt
Charissa Pretto




Angela Rainey
Lena Ramirez
Sharon Redman
Gisele Reece
David Renno




Tony Reynolds
David Riordan
John Sepulvedo
Mario Simpson
Caroline Soley


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Jan Sperling
Fiama Steele
Gina Stinnett
Anilbhai Sukho
Armando Thomas





Clyde Thompson
Yvette Thompson
Janine Troutman
Marta Varela
Beatris Viloria





Donna Watson
Jonathan Wattley
Krista Wessling
Rhonda Williams
Lindia Willies


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PRESIDENT
Grace Jones

VICE-
PRESIDENT
Dominique Duryea

SECRETARY
Beatrice Tseng

TREASURER
Vivian Maduro

BUS. MANAGER
Maria Kitras

FRESHMEN



Sylvia Almedina
Melvin Almodovar
Eric Banks
Maribel Barraza
Nenita Baza



David Beach
Carlos Beatty
Jeffrey Berry
Ryan Bliss
Bryan Boggs


EJohn Bowerman
Pamela Canate
Stacie Carey
J J Melanie Coke :
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David D De LaFlor
Allison David

Penny Davidson i
Magaly Dunmoodie
Dominique Duryea




Eric Fennell
Ruth Ferro

Mayra Flores
Garrett Gadbois
Carlos Gonyora




Wolfgang Ganzales
Lee Graver

Sharon Green
Melinda Haynes
Rolando Hemmings




Betty Hernandez
Yolanda Howell

Ana Iglesias
Sharon Jennings
Grace Jones


Lunch-room Scene


"Hypnotized"






Maria Kitras
Traci Kraemer
Mitzie Lau

JoAnn Leggett
Elizabeth Lopez




David Lowinger
Vivain Maduro
Usha Mayani

Todd Mendenhall
Robert Mizarachi


Just hanging around


Our No 1 KISS fan


Helen Moebus
James Moebus
Ediberto Morales

Evelyne Myers
Susan Newall




Arlene Norton
Tracy O'Neal
Nelkis Paniagua

I-Min Pao
Ricardo Parnell






Kathy Pratt
Jaime Pujals


Mariel Reece
Michael Rigby
Axiel Riviere


Lawrence Rounsaville
Carlos Sanchez
Ana Seeley
Lee Smith
Norman Smith


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Lynn Stone
Evelyn Sullivan
Miguel Thompson
Patty Thompson
Ray Thompson




Marian Tiblier
Francisca Trejos
Beatrice Tseng
Deborah Turner
Marta Varela


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Lesa Walker
Gary Wallace
Roy Watson
Wilfredo Whitaker
Cynthia White




Denise Willette
Tarek Yaafar
Loris Yohros
Lee Zieske






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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.
smiles
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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EIGHTH GRADE


Vlncente Barker


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Michael Brandenburg


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Paul Baza


Patrick Bush


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Medalla Bennett


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Christopher Conay


4rglrula Coltopanaglotl


Clara Cruz


Jaime Claus


Klnon Colas


Patricia Cowles


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Gregory Deboer


Billy Dewhurst


Thomas Eckel


Vaughn Edmund


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Terrnce Flynn


Jackie Gray


Edward Gadbols


Leslie Griffin


Davia uason


David Lankford


Charls Godwin


Charles Hancock


Steven Jackman


Francisco Lee


Kevin Lee


David Harlin


Euvia Jracoo


vicKy Lsan


Oma Gould


Yente Herrera


urenoa Jennings


Stacy Graham


Christine Hollins


rreoancr Jones


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EIGHTH GRADE


Diane Machin


John Machin


NlIda Maldonado


Karen Manley


Anna Martinez


Veena Mayani


lGovannl Mullen


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Elida Maza


Yvette Modeatln


Valtsia Morgan


Luls Ortiz


Thomas Overstreet


Shella Hulett


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Johanna PortOi


Eduardo Real


Aien neynols


Algelque Rockwell


Jerry Saunders


Jay Thoms


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Glen Watson


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Billy Weal


Shelly Romero


Vannessa Sandin


William Snider


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Sofia Pardeas


Wyne Peart


Daryl Peters


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Katherine Tirado


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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.




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isol Barraza Jessica Barrington Joseph Barrington Mark Baza Marc Bjorneby Mary Beth Bowerman









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Rodollo Francis


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Horico Herrara


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Tania Juarm


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Shawn Fleift


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MarcllM Layne


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Jennifer Mathews


Danille Ortlz


Champa Mayanl


Christopher O'Rourke


Stacey Patton


SEVENTH GRADE


Sandl Rankin Michele Rascon


Nancy Sanchez


Wynne Streeter


Elol Machin


Eric Love


Adam McDonough


Noel Osteriand


Daniel Lowlnger


Lisa Palumbo


Jose Nunez


Dennis Parrls


Janet Paredes


Diana Pneiro


Imogene Plunkett


Rolando Raff


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Katherine Quinn


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Karen Schwartz


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Samille Smith


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Tanmme Troutman Alberto Tseng


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Craig Weknw


SEVENTH GRADE


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
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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








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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-
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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
Rowell.

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WHERE THE

LILIES BLOOM

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
Valentine.











































Scot Mendenhall


One big happy family


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WITTIEST
DIANE BREDENKAMP AND ERIC BUSH


Runners-up
Paul Overstreet and Sheila


Martin




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COURTESY OF
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CARIBBEAN

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
COCO SOLO REPUBLIC OF PANAMA

VOLUME LXIV
1981



TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE 1

THEME 3

SENIORS 17

SPIRIT 33

FACULTY 47

JUNIORS 57

SOPHOMORES 65

FRESHMEN 73

JUNIOR HIGH 79

ACTIVITIES 87

ORGANIZATIONS 101

SPORTS 117

ADVERTISEMENTS 139

MEMORIES 161




SEASONS AT CHS



n 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!



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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

hand.

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 nnusicians,

We even play at games.

And someone makes us do current

events,

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.




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
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.






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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.
Is one that's everlasting
And one that never ends.





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SENIORS



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Cristobal High School's Senior
Class Officers for 1980-81 are, from
left to right: Cathy Necessary.
Secretary; Susan Bowerman, Pre-
sident; Bill Willette, Treasurer;
Melissa Knoop, Vice-President.



1980-81 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS



This year, the officers for the Senior
class have proven themselves
diligent and hardworking, planning
carefully many successful senior
class dances, such as the annual
Christmas Formal, and the first
Sadie Hawkins dance. These four
officers also organized the all-
important Senior Banquet and
Graduation Party. Congratulations
are certainly in order for Susan,
Melissa, Cathy, and Bill!



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CHARLES DAILEY



JOHN DAVIS



LOURDES DE LA GARZA




STAGEY FOLLETT



TERRY FORREST



ALLAN FORTE




DARRELL HOBSON





ACELIA HOWELL



"This, ladies and gentlemen, is Eric."
GERARDO JOHANSSON RICHARD KELLOGG





DWAYNE LOVE SHEILA MARTIN

"Should I do it, or shouldn't I?"



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PRITHAM MAYANI




KUMAR MAYANI




CATHY NECESSARY



PAUL OVERSTREET



EMMA PEREZ



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JOHNNY REUTO



MAURYA RIDGE



EVANS RIVIERE



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ROGER WILLIAMS



RAY WISE



GUS ZIESKE



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CHS PROUDLY PRESENTS

THE
1981 HONOR GRADUATES



SUSAN BOWERMAN ALLEN MOTT



STEPHANIE
BROOKHART

RICHARD CARREON

MYRNA FLORES

CATHERINE HEALEY

DARRELL HOBSON

CAMELIA KING

STAMATIS KITRAS

SHEILA MARTIN

PRITHAM MAYANI



PAUL OVERSTREET

EMMA PEREZ
MICHELE PEREZ
RODERICK RAFF
NANCY RANKIN
MONICA REAL
MAURYA RIDGE
STEPHEN TONG
ROBERTO WHITAKER
GUS ZIESKE



SUNIL MAYANI

LOURDES DE LA GARZA



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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

times.

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

class.

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

to CK.

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

Rico.

I, Charles Dailey, do bequeath all the good times

at the Sturgess & Aids, and a handful of seeds to

the gang.

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,

a tribute.

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

to HD.

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

it!

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

mother.

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

can hang.

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

Gang.

I, Trudy Elizabeth Kim, do bequeath my pink shoes



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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

Dewhurst.

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

doctor)!

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

upcoming Seniors.

I, Ruth M. Miller, do bequeath the best of luck and

all my joy and happiness to Bebita, Digma, and

Yeriz.

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

CHS.

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 KG.

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

future.

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
Les.

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
"Joe."

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
BEAR.

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

School.

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

'81.

I, Roberto E. Whitaker, do bequeath my superior

musical abilities to my brother Ernesto, and to

Wilfredo, my intelligence and ability to get along

with others.

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.



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BEST PERSONALITY

LENA SANCHEZ AND GUS ZIESKE
Runners-Up Kumar Mayani and Cathy Necessary




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HALL OF FAME
MR. AND MS. C.H.S.

PAUL OVERSTREET AND MAURYA RIDGE
RUNNERS-UP TED ARNOLD AND LENA

SANCHEZ




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Resting during practices

FOOTBALL
GANOIDS



Our proud football captains




CHS PRESENTS
JAMBOREE QUEEN

1980
CATHY NECESSARY



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.





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TIGER SPIRIT
BURNS ON



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.




VARSITY FOOTBALL

1980

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.




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-
ng 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.




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CHS

VARSITY
CHEERLEADERS

The Varsity Cheerleaders for 1980 were
Maurya Ridge, Captain; Danielle Barriteau,
Co-Captain; Jackie Plunkett; Kellie Carey;
Traci Cook, Heidi Hinz; and Kathi Overstreet.




Kathi Overstreet



Heidi Hinz











QUEEN LENA

AND

COURT



HOMECOMING

SPIRIT WEEK

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.






HOMECOMING
QUEEN

AND
COURT

This year's Homecoming Queen is Ms.
Lena Sanchez. Lena, supported by her
court Melissa Knoop, Kim Fields, Nancy
Rankin, Susan Bowerman, Maurya
Ridge, and Karen MIzrachI, stood
watch over the Tigers as they battled
against the Green Devils.



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C.H.S.
PALM BOWL
QUEEN 1980

KATHI
OVERSTREET

Every year the Varsity Football
Team selects a Varsity Cheerleader
to represent C.H.S. as Palm Bowl
Queen. This year Kathi Overstreet
was the lucky girl. She and the
other cheerleaders worked hard to
sell tickets and raise money in
hopes that Kathi would be crowned
queen. All proceeds went to the
United Way.




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ALL-ISTHMIAN

Richard Carreon









PALM BOWL
1980



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-Isthmian and honorable men-
tions went to Paul Overstreet, Rick
Romney, and Marcelo Smith. All
four participated in the Palm Bowl
as ALL-STARS.



Marcelo Smith




Rick Romney




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MOST INTELLECTUAL WINNERS
MONICA REAL AND ALLEN MOTT

Runners-up
Nancy Rankin and Roberto Whitaker



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FACULTY



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MR. RENNO

COMPLETES

ANOTHER

SEASON

Mr. Charles M. Renno, Principal of
CHS, attended William Jewell
University and the University of
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.
Renno.



MR. PERKINS
JOINS CHS

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.



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THE LADIES
BEHIND THE
GLASS. .



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.



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GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT,
MORAL AND PHYSICAL





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Available during school for advice on such
matters as college choices, career decisions,
and what courses to take are our two
counselors, Anne Gegg and Bob Mowery
(above). Both Mrs. Gegg and Mr. Mowery
have been working at CHS for over 10 years,
and know the answers to most student
problems.

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
TEACH .



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
fun!"

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
grow."




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DR. DESOTO, beginning her first year as a
French teacher at CHS, received her BA and
MA degrees at Purdue University, and her
PHD at Indiana University. "My life is new
in summer. Spring has already passed but
life is still flourishing for me."



MR. WILLIAM GANSEN, a teacher at CHS
for over 18 years, is this year teaching a
series of history and government courses.
He received his MA. at Purdue University.
"I'm in the winter of my life. My hair is
turning snowy white, and I can see the
change in myself a little more each day."



MR. GERALD GRAVER, who teaches
Industrial Arts and Mechanical Drawing at
CHS, received his B.S. and M.A. degrees at
Texas A&S University and Texas A&M
University, respectively. "I'm in the season
of frustration, don't ask me why. I just hope
it will pass quickly."



MR. GRUBBS, who has been teaching here
at CHS for 13 years, received his BA and
M.S. degrees at William Jewel College and
Northwest Missouri State University, respec-
tively. This year he teaches Geometry and
Consumer Math. "I'm in the middle of the
school year, and the middle of my life."



MRS. JOAN HARRIS, girls' PE teacher here
at CHS for 15 years received her B.S. from
Barry College, and her M.S. from New York
University. "I'm probably in the fall season,
I may be getting older, but I'm sure not
going to show It!"



MR. CHARLES HELM, who teaches
Remedial reading at CHS received his BA
and ME degrees at William Jewell College
and University of Mississippi. "I'm in the
spring of my life. For every question there
is an answer for each answer there are at
least two questions. I'm still learning them."





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."



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. 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 fall of
my life. Spring's a new beginning, and winter
is old. I'm somewhere in between."



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-
ly-



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. HENRY JONES, who graduated from
the University of Panama, where he received
his M.A. Degree, this year teaches Physical
Education at CHS.





MR. 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 who is
a newcomer to the school teaches Typing,
Bookeeping and Shorthand to students at
CHS. Having received her AAS and BS feels
she's In the spring and fall of her life. Spring
and Fall because its awake in the season
and natural beauty of nature.



MR. JOHN DOUGLAS MCLAIN, who teaches
Band I, II. Ill, IV received his B.M.E. and
M.M. from New Mexico State University and
Northwestern University. This is his first year
here at CHS.

MRS. ELIZABETH CHASE MCNAUGHTON
who has been here at CHS for 15 years
teaches Home Economics and English.
Receiving her B.S. in Education from State
Teachers College Massachusetts, she is
Hospitality Chairman. "I'm in the beginning
of a new life. My life is going to change
drastically, being the only one to know this
secret."



CAPT. WARREN O'BRIEN, who heads the
ROTC program here at CHS received his
Masters in Business Administration, his B.A.
in Social Science and his Associate of Arts.
In his second year here at CHS he is
Department Chairman and expresses him-
self, "I feel I'm in the spring season of my
life. I am still growing. I've done a lot but
I feel that I still have more to learn and a
lot more to see."

MR. JAMES PALUMBO, who this year
teaches Life Science and General Science,
graduated from Northwest Mississippi State
University, where he obtained his M.S. and
B.S. degrees. "My life is in the spring
season. I'm never going to age. When it's
_time for me to go, I'll go quick!"





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."



MR. CHARLES REEVES teaches Algebra,
Life Science, and Physics. He received his
BS, MA and BA at Arizona State University.
He sponsors the Science Club and feels that
he's in the "Autumn of my spring."



MRS. ZOE ROWELL teaches Math and
Algebra. She received her BA from
Vanderbilt University. She feels as if 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. 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
rfghl now my life is balanced."



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. 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
fire blazing."





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MR. WILLIAM SHANK Is teaching US
History and Art In his ninth year here. He
received his BS from West Virginia Universi-
ty and his Masters from Alabama. He Is the
SA sponsor this year. "I'm in the springtime
of my life because I've never felt better and
spring is a time to enjoy life."

MR. EARNEST WATTLEY, our Industrial
Arts teacher, received his BA at the District
of Columbia Teacher's College. "I'm In the
learning season of life. I realize that the
learning and grovirlng process Is still going
on in my life."



MRS. SUSAN STABLER obtained her BA In
English and Biology from the Pan-American
University. She teaches English and Jour-
nalism this year. "I'm In the sophomore
season of my life. There are still uncertain-
ties. I'm alw/ays waiting for the next
challenge I'll have to tackle,"

MR. WILLIAM WILL, commonly called
"Coach" has the feeling of spring In him. He
feels that vi/orking with the young keeps him
young. He teaches Social Studies and
coaches soccer and football. He received his
BS and PE at Long Beach University.



MRS. MARTHA TANNER, In her 13th year
here, teaches English. She received her BA
at the University of North Carolina. "I'm In
the summer of my life. Summer Is bright
sunshine, warm breezes, and time to do
what you want."

MRS. HALLIE WITCHER teaches Algebra
and Social Studies. She received her BA and
MA from Oklahoma Baptist University and
Southwestern State College. "I'm In my
second childhood, I'm doing more now than
ever before."




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JUNIORS



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L to R: Mike Graham, Treasurer; Lana Elmufti, Vice-President; John Rowell, President.

JUNIOR

CLASS

OFFICERS




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
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
to remember.



Luis Acevedo
Jeffrey Adema
Delceda Baker

Reatha Baker



Chris Blanchard

Elzibir Bonnick

Jose Claus

Marcio Coles




IVIaureen Convery

Alan Cook

Claudia Cruz

Machelle Dailey



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Carmela Downey
Patsy Drummond



Debra Egolf
Lana Elmufti



Paul Fast
Orlando Fontalvo
John Frady
Ricardo Francis



Peter Fung
Mike Graham
Cecilia Gray
Gelia Gray



Alfredo Haughton
Ilka Hemmings
Hiedi Hinz
Ewan Ho



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Arturo Howell


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Marvel Iglesias


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Heather Jacobs
Ruben Juarez



Kelly Kirby

LaVerne Laguna

Coral Lamphier

Roberto Landers




Sharon Martin


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Kurt McQuillen


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Scott Mendenhall


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Michele Modestin


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Andrea Moran

Chris O'Neal

Ricardo Ortiz

Katherine

Overstreet





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Luisa Patillod



Arturo Perez



Gwen Powell
Cathy Procter
Piero Reece
Patricia Rice



Juan Riviere
Rita Rockwell
Ricardo Romney
John Rowel! Ill



Carole Sanchez
Fernando Sanchez
Iris Sanchez
Isaac Sanchez




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Mmm, Mmm Good




John Schwartz
Darcilyn Scott
Shirley Sepulvado
Marcelo Smith



Marsha Smith
Esterbina Trejos
Lisa Tyree
Viviana Vacca



Yvette Valentine
Larry Walker
Keith Wallace
Mike Wilkinson




Greg Wise



Alisa Wood



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Missing people L to R: Brian Wiemer, Martha Sollas, Ruben Juarez.

MORE JUNIORS




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SOPHOMORES



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SOPHOMORE CLASS
OFFICERS




PRESIDENT
VICE-PRESIDENT
TREASURER
SECRETARY



Henry De La Garza
Stephanie Follett
Jean Corrigan
Christine Hancock



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Missing
Sophomores

Terrence Gibson
Dwayne Lorenz
Gwynne Duryea
Scott Sorenson
Allen Sims




Marjorie Adamson
Felix Amezquita
Evelia Anderson
Lyda Balmaceda
Danielle Barriteau



Mario Blackman
Vielka Brown
Francisco Burac
Jorge Burgess
Kellie Carey



Maggie Carreon
Samuel Cheung
Samuel Clark
Vasquez Codrington
Christine Connelly



Hey, chill out!



Jean Corrigan
Michael Davis



Henry De La Garza
Danny Dewalt



Donald Dewalt
Lori Dewhurst



Marleny DunMoodie
Vannia Evans




Laurie Fennell

Gerry Ferro

Stephanie Follett

Felicia Ford

Wayne Forrest




Dina Gehringer

Ana Gonnez

Marsha Goodridge

Ellen Graham

Cyril Gray



Kenny Green

Christine Hancock

Helen Harjani

Antonio Hartley

Blanca Hauke



Digma Herrera
Robert Holland
Kelly Hoover
Scott Hudson
Chris Jackman




Jaime Lau
Gladys Lloyd



Manuel Lopez, Jr.
Dwayne Lorenz



Lucinda Machin
Yeriz Markham




Sheila McDaniel
Beth McDonough

Ruben Miller
Elizabeth Mizrachi ^
Milllcent Morgan



So that's where you get your secrets, Dina.




Steve Necessary
Todd Newman



Gwendolyn Newsome
Jody Palma



Terry Patesel
Allison Pin




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Toni Planchon
Jackie Plunkett
Tina Powell
Steven Pratt
Charissa Pretto



Angela Rainey
Lena Ramirez
Sharon Redman
Gisele Reece
David Renno



Tony Reynolds
David Riordan
John Sepulvedo
Mario Simpson
Caroline Soley



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Jan Sperling

Fiama Steele

GIna Stinnett

Anilbhal Sukho

Armando Thomas



Clyde Thompson

Yvette Thompson

Janlne Troutman

Marta Varela

Beatris Viloria



Donna Watson

Jonathan Wattley

Krista Wessling

Rhonda Williams

Lindia Willies



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FRESHMEN



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PRESIDENT

Grace Jones

VICE-
PRESIDENT

Dominique Duryea

SECRETARY

Beatrice Tseng

TREASURER



Vivian Maduro




BUS. MANAGER



Maria Kitras



FRESHMEN




Sylvia Almedina
1 Melvin Almodovar
Eric Banks



Maribel Barraza
Nenita Baza



David Beach
Carlos Beatty
Jeffrey Berry



Ryan Bliss
Bryan Boggs



John Bowerman
Pamela Canate
Stacie Carey



Melanie Coke
Marcos Cruz




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David D De LaFlor
Allison David



Penny Davidson jt^.
Magaly Dunmoodie
Dominique Duryea



Eric Fennel!
Ruth Ferro



Mayra Flores
Garrett Gadbois
Carlos Gonyora



Wolfgang Ganzales
Lee Graver



Sharon Green

Melinda Haynes

Rolando Hemmings



Betty Hernandez
Yolanda Howell



Ana Iglesias

Sharon Jennings

Grace Jones




Lunch-room Scene



"Hypnotized"




Kathy Pratt
Jaime Pujals



Lawrence Rounsaville
Carlos Sanchez




Mariel Reece

Michael Rigby

Axiel Riviere



Ana Seeley

Lee Smith

Norman Smith



Lynn Stone
Evelyn Sullivan



Miguel Thompson

Patty Thompson

Ray Thompson





Marian Tiblier
Francisca Trejos



Beatrice Tseng

Deborah Turner

Marta Varela





Lesa Walker
Gary Wallace
Roy Watson



Wilfredo Whitaker
Cynthia White



Sonia White
Denise Willette
Tarek Yaafar



Loris Yohros
Lee Zieske




Missing Persons: lann Sanchez, Harold Sostand, Ricardo Jardine





JR. HIGH



79



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

smiles

And just feel better for a while.



We understand he cannot walk,
Or even really try to talk.
How very frightening it must be
To be as strong and brave as he.

We all await his safe return

To live again and start to learn

How deeply we wish him out of the dark,

And back to being our friend Mark.

By: Leslie Griffin



EIGHTH GRADE




Gregory Deboer



Billy Oewhurst



Thomas Eckel



Vaughn Edmund



Lawrence FInneman



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David Hudson



Sheila Hulatt



Steven Jack man



David Jacobs



Brenda Jennings



Fredrick Jones



PPH






David Lankford



Francisco Lee



Vicky Leooett



Dennis Light



Bernardo Lloyd



EIGHTH GRADE




John Machin



Nllda Maldonado



Karen Manley



Anna Martinez



Veen a MayanI




Ellda Maze



Yvette Modestin



Vallsia Morgan



Giovanni Mullen



Thomas Overstreet



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Chad Paima



Sofia Paredes



'Aayne Peart



Teresa Perez



Daryl Peters



Johanna Porlllla









Pamela Pratt



Michael Procter



Eduardo Real



Allen Reynolds



Algellque Rockwell Gllbeno Rodriguez Jr.




Shelly Romero




Vannessa Sandin




William Snider




Alejandro Steele





Akis Sanches




Jerry Saunders




Constance Sperling




Jay Thomas



Have you tried Sanka? It's decaffeinated!




Raipti Tteman



Kainenne Tirado



Glen Watson



Billy Weal



Carrie Wessling



Kenneth Whitfield



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Pictured from left to right are: Casey Coombes, Bridget Yocum, Dionisio Raymond, Missing are Fabian Fraiz, Brenda
Stotces, and Hunter Tiblier.



SEVENTH GRADE




Susan BrooKhan



Sebrlna Burns



Rebecca Burr



KImberfy Burrow



lldaura Claus



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Christopher Cote



Gregory Cowles



Rena Daisy



Dav)d Defnpsy



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Ronald Duren Jr.



Richard Eckel



Ronald Fairbanks III Julio Fallclano



Shaun Fields



Rodolto Francis



SUSPPO



ChrlstI Qaldner



Douglas Qewin



Maria Qongora Jakquellne Halslrom



Patrick Hanan




Prize winners of a home baked cakel




Misty Knight



Denlse Lamphler Kenneth Lancaster



Marcella Layne



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Noel Osterland



Lisa Palumbo



Janet Parades



SEVENTH GRADE




Marlsol Sandin



Stacie Savage



Karen Schwartz



George Sharer



Samllle Smith



Wynne Streeter



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Tammie Troutman



Alberto Tseng



Donald Volker



Marvin Volker



Franco Webb



Craig Welmer




SEVENTH GRADE



Ernesto Whitaker



Pictured below from left to rigfit are: Tfioom Kom Kahn, Pauline Snyder, Guy Wade, Alvia Cotto, and Kim Ptiillips. Missing are Percy Juarez,
Hector Ramos and Tracy Wilkinson.




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ACTIVITIES



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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.











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KING STAMATIS KITRAS & QUEEN MAURYA RIDGE

Melissa Knoop & Bill Willette Cathy Necessary & Kumar Mayani








Karen Mizrachi & Paul Overstreet



Lourdes de la Garza & Gus Zieske



JUNIOR SENIOR PROM COURT

Nancy Rankin & Rick Kellogg Kim Fields & Ray Wise














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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 not 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.




UP THE




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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, Ian Sanchez, David Renno, and Mark
Rowell.

DOWN STAIRCASE






WHERE THE
LILIES BLOOM

Mary Call Camelia King

Devola Lana Elmufti

Romey John Rowell III

Ima Dean Leslie Griffin

Kiser Pease Allen Mott

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 Graver

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
Valentine.



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WITTIEST
DIANE BREDENKAMP AND ERIC BUSH

Runners-up
Paul Overstreet and Sheila Martin



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Stage Band Members; Stamis Kitras, Cathy Procter, Cathy Overstreet, Armando Thomas, Paul Overstreet,
Marcio Coles, Marcelo Smith, Dee Bredenkamp, Traci Kraemer, Jose Claus, Scott Mendenhall, Nancy
Rankin, Jeff Adema, Keith Wallace, Allen Mott.



CHS

STAGE

BAND



This year, under the instruction of
Mr. McLain, the stage band did
several new things. One thing was
the Christmas Concert where the
stage band turned out to be the
highlight of the evening.




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SENIOR BAND



This year the CHS Band program began in turmoil, because our long-loved band
teacher, Mr. Carwithen, moved to the Pacific side. Commotion reigned, because
neither the band students, faculty, nor the principal knew for certain when the
new band director would arrive. In fact several expected arrival dates came and
went with no sign of the new man. Around mid-November Mr. McLain finally
arrived and the wait proved worth it. He took charge of the band with zestfulness,
immediately preparing for the annual Christmas concert. The concert was so
successful that his skills and talents were revealed to their greatest potential.
He superbly showed that he could reach the standards of Mozart of Beethoven,
if he wanted to. The expertise he has displayed since his arrival has made it
seem as though he has always been with us. Welcome, Mr. McLain!!




Jeff Adema, Mel Almodovar, Chris Blan-
chard, Dee Bredenkamp, Vielka Brown,
Miriam Calvo, Mike Davis, Lourdes De La
Garza, Marleny DunMoodie, Debra Egolf,
Maritza Evans, Jerry Ferro, Ed Gadbois,
Ellen Graham, Cecilia Gray, Antonio Hartley,
Richard Haynes, Cathy Healey, Heidi Hinz,
Kelly Hoover, Arturo How/ell, Scot Hudson,
Marvel Iglesias, Lange Jacobs, John Kirby,
Traci Kraemer, LaVerne Laguna, Scott
Mendenhall, Eddie Morales, Alan Mott,
Susan Newall, Kathy Overstreet, Paul
Overstreet, Tina Powell, Charissa Pretto,
Cathi Proctor, Nancy Rankin, Sharon
Redman, John Rowell, Carole
Sanchez, lann Sanchez, Mar-
cello Smith, Marsha Smith,
Caroline Soley, Marta Tan-
ner, Armando Thomas, Clyde
Thompson, Keith Wallace,
John Wattley, Roberto Whi-
taker, Cynthia White, Lindia
Willies, Emma Yohros, Mar-
cio Coles, Angela Rainey.






CRISTOBAL

JUNIOR

VARSITY

BAND



The J. V. Band mainly consists of tenth and
eleventh graders who have graduated from
Beginners Band and are preparing to go on
to Senior Band.



Pete Almodovar, David Beach, Carlos Beatty, Tati Bilgray, John Bowerman, Maite Calvo, Stacy Carey, Jaime Claus, Kinon Coles, Chris Conway,
Alvia Cotto, Patty Cowles, Penny Davison, Greg DeBoer, Billy Dewhurst, Thomas Eckel, Ruth Ferro, Mayra Flores, Terry Flynn, Ted Gadbois,
Christi Geidner, Bobby Gehringer, Omar Gould, Leslie Griftin, Malinda Haynes, Yolanda Howell, David Hudson, Anna Iglesias, Grace Jones,
Maria Kitras, Denny Light, Vivian Maduro, Karen Manley, Usha Mayani, Lisa McQuillen, Elida Mesa, Yvette Modestin, Tom Overstreet, Wayne
Peart, Emma Perez, Pamela Pratt, Mike Rigby, Angel Rockwell, Dee Rounsaville, Akis Sancnez, Jerry Saunders, Billy Snider, Jay Thomas,
Lesa Walker, Ray Watson, Wilfredo Whitaker. Sonia White, Kenneth Whitfield, Turek Yaafer, Mainor Yocum.






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NANCY RANKIN AND ALLEN MOTT

Runners-up
Richard Kellogg and Lourdes De La Garza



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Maurya Ridge
Kim Kirby



CHS SA
OFFICERS
1980-1981

Maurya Ridge, President; Yvette
Valentine, Vice-President; Kinn
Kirby, Secretary; Gwynne Dur-
yea, Treasurer



Gwynne Duryea





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L to R: Lana Elmufti, Stephanie Follett, Donna Watson, Paul Overstreet, lann
Sanchez, John Bowerman, Henry De la Garza, Danielle Barriteau, Stacey
Follett, Camellia King.



Representatives Get The Job Done



It took many long hard hours and
weeks of campaigning before the
students best suited to fill the
positions as President, Vice-
President, Secretary, and Trea-
surer were elected. The Student
Association has existed and been a
very important function of Cristobal
for many years. It's purpose is for
students to exchange ideas among
themsleves so that the necessary
changes of the school can be
made. The S.A. Representatives
worked together with the officers in
order to try and meet the demands
of the students. If dependability is
what you want we've got it, so rest
assured with us. We get things
done with punctuality, co-
operation, and most of all, with
class.



L to R: Glen Watson, Michele Rascon, Daniel Lowinger, Sanid Rankin, Pam Pratt,
Front: Stacey Patton, Lisa Palumbo, Imy Plunkett, Alan Eckel.





Left to right: A. Moran, L. Yohros, L. Sanchez, J. Leggett, K. Fields, H. Harjani, K. Tirando, G. Jones, B Tseng
J. Portilla, Dr. DeSoto, R. Carreon, L. Villareal, E. Trejos, C. White, E. Yohros, C. King, A. Costopanqiotis
D. Willette, M. Haynes, C. Coykendall, A. Martinez.

FRENCH
CLUB

The French Club spent this year
doing many exciting things. Under
the direction of Dr. DeSoto, they
went Christmas caroling to various
classrooms around the school. All
students who have any interest in
the French language and culture
were encouraged by Dr. DeSoto to
be a member of the club.



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SCIENCE
CLUB



The Science Club did many exciting
things this year. Their main event
was a trip to Barro Colorado where
they learned more about the
Smithsonian. The Science Club
sponsor is Mr. Reeves.



The Lonely road home.



LUNCH TIME!!




8. Follett, S. Sorenson, K. Wessling, A. Mott, D. Beach, K. Wallace, C. King, N. Rankin, Sponsor Mr. Reeves.
Not Pictured: Trudy Kim.








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BILL WILLETTE AND LOURDES DE LA

GARZA

Runners-up
Melissa Knoop and Dave Graham



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L to R: Lourdes de la Garza, Allen Mott, Stephanie Brookhart, Paul Overstreet, Darrell Hobson, Camelia King,
Stamatis Kitras, Nancy Rankin, Maurya Ridge, Paul Mayani, Roberto Whitaker. Not pictured: Sheila Martin.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY



The National Honor Society is an
elite club whose members are
chosen on the basis of leadership,
scholarship, service, and character.
A prospective candidate must
possess the four mentioned quali-
ties and demonstrate them super-
bly. Being invited to become a
member of the National Honor
Society sets a CHS student apart
from his classmates. A member
must maintain the high standards
set by the Society or he may at any
time be removed from its member-
ship. Our local chapter of the
National Honor Society is based on
the standards of National Honor
Societies throughout high schools
in the United States.




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YEARBOOK
STAFF
80-81



Striving for a panoramic view of this years
events at CHS is the new Yearbook Staff.
This year the Journalisnn class, as well as
some experienced veterans of yearbook
publishing in the past, have again con-
quered trying deadlines, abstract cropping
techniques, plus tedious and complex
layouts to bring you an exceptional
yearbook. The theme revolves around
seasons. We here in Panama know all
about seasons of rain and dryness, but
what about the seasons of life? This is what
this year's book is about, feelings in you
that relate to a season in life.







This year's sponsor is Ms. Sue Stabler,
wino dishes out deadlines left and right.
She is also the staff's backbone and
supporting spirit. A special thanks goes
to Mr. William Gansen for his co-
operation, patience, and diligent ser-
vice in taking pictures for the yearbook.
The yearbook staff is:

Susan Bowerman, Editor; Karen Mizra-
chi and Janie Flores, typists; Traci
Cook, Maurya Ridge, Maureen Con-
very, Cathy Necessary, Cathy Healey,
Christy Conelly, Bill Willette, Winfred
Hancock, Sharyn Martin, Leyda Bal-
meceda, layout crew.



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DRAMA CLUB



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The Drama Club has out done itself this year, not only by presenting two
outstanding plays, Up the Down Staircase and Where the Lilies Bloom,
but also by undergoing a period of transition from Mr. Bock to Ms.
Helmling, without even a ripple of change in their excellent work for the
school. L-R: Ms. Helmling, B. Willette, T. Troutman, C. Renno, H. de la
Garza, K. Wallace, Y. Valentine, L. Troutman, R. Haynes, S. Follett, S.
Tollett, L. de la Garza, A. Mott, M. Knoop, C. King, M. Graham, C. Jackman,
J. Rowell, C. Healey, L. Elmufti.

THESPIANS

THESPIANS, pictured below,
Kare the elite of the drama
gruop. L-R: S. Mendenhall, B.
Willette, L. Elmufti, A. Mott, Y.
Valentine, C. King, K. Wallace,
Ms. Helmling, R. Haynes, 8.
Follett, M.raham, M. Knoop, J.
Rowell, H. de la Garza, C.
Healey, L. de la Garza, 8.
Follett, Not pictured: M. Rowell,
L. Griffin.




John O. Rowell




Charles Helm




Mr. Helm demonstrating



AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB

The CHS Audio-Visual Club Is types of audio-visual machines.



geared mainly towards students in
the seventh and eighth grades. With
the aid of Mr. Helm, their sponsor,
these students attempt to learn all
they possibly can about the many



Members are, left to right: Byron
Harp, Eric Love, Terry Flynn, Alan
Eckel, Imogene Plunkett.





Left to right: Commander Dina Gehringer, Co-Commander Donna Watson, Cathy Necessary, Dee Bredenkamp,
Marilyn Sepulvado, Grace Jones, Lena Troutman, Penny Davidson, Lourdes Villareal, Myrna Shuff, Machelle Dailey,
Angelica Alleyne, Tina Powell, Jennie Valentine, Lena Sanchez, Lisa McQuillen, Sheila McDaniel, Tita Tanner.
Sheri Frady -not pictured.




Dina leading her troops




CHS
GIRLS




Drill Team
The Drill Team got off to a slow
start this year. The traditional
marching at the Jamboree was
broken since many of the girls
didn't have their whole uniform.
The first time they performed was
on October 10 and they had an
exceptional performance. The girls
organize their own practices and
make up their own routines. They
are sponsored by Mrs. Tanner.



R.O.T.C



Color Guard: Allan Cook, Lawrence Rounsavllle, Jimmy Moebus, Darrell
Hobson. 1st Platoon: A. Alleyne-Plt. Ldr., M. Evans-1 sqd. Idr., F.
Trejos, S, Huiett, M. Brandenburg, A. Hartley, G. Sharer, R.
Whitaker-2nd Sqd. Ldr., B. Weal, R. Parnell, R. Jardlne, M. Blackman,
G. Ferro, K. Pratt, M. Reece-3rd Sqd. Ldr., P. Reece, E. Banks, V.
Edmund, F. Juarez, J. Wattley, R. Landers, K. Coles, A. Howell-Pit. Sgt.
2nd. Platoon: S. Tong-Plt. Ldr., G. Reece, R. Clark, V. Mayani, S. Martin,
C. Beatty, W. Peart, F. Steel-2nd Sqd. Ldr., H. Munoz, G. Johansson,
S. Martin, T. Newman, T. Gibson, Y. Thompson, S. Cumberbatch-3rd
Sqd. Ldr., F. Fraiz. Girls Drill Team: C. Soley-Co., C. Gray, S. Graham,
M. Adamson, V. Brown, L. Ramirez, C. Gray, M. Goodridge, S. Romero,
G. Powell. Boys Drill Team: W. Hancock-Co., K. Brookhart, R. Haynes,
C. Blanchard, J. Robson, S. Clarke, D. Lankford, J. Gray, H. Sostand,
N. Smith, R. Thompson




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G.A.A.



The Girls Athletic Association is a
group of girls who have a high
potential in sports. To be in this club
each girl must letter in a varsity
sport or compete in 3 intramural
sports. During the initiation one may
see girls with cold cream smeared
on their faces with raggedy and torn
costumes. The initiation days are full



of embarrassment and humiliation
for the new girls but provide lots of
laughs for the oldies. The GAA
sponsors the Homecoming Dance
each year, which this year was held
at the Elks Club in Margarita.
Performance as a club contributes
greatly to school spirit. Mrs. Harris
is the club sponsor.



GAA members are: Jean Corrigan, Kelly Kirby, Stacy Carey, Vania Evans, Lisa
Tyree, Charissa Pretto, Kelly Hoover.





standing left to right: W. Clark, J. Adema, M. Wilkinson, U. Real, M. Smith, 0. Tonn, B. Willette, J. Davis, L Walker,
P. Claus. Seated: K. McQuillen, C. Gray, K. Kirby, S. Kitras, K. Mayani.




CHS 1980-81 LETTERMEN



Lettermen are the outstanding
students who have proved their
talents in various varsity or in-
tramural sports. In order to accom-



plish this standing, both the males
and females must prove valuable to
their team and be active in a percent
of the games played.





MOST ATHLETIC
MAURICIO CHING AND FELICIA GREY

Runners-up
Richard Carreon and Maurya Ridge



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All-Isthmian: Richard Carreon



PALM BOWL
1980

The Palm bowl was held on
November 14 at Balboa Stadium
where all-stars from the three
teams battled against the College
Devils. Representing Cristobal High
School were Paul Overstreet, Rick
Romney, Marcelo Smith, and All
Isthmian Richard Carreon. All
proceeds from the game went to
charity.



ALL-ZONE PLAYERS



Rick Romney



Paul Overstreet




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GIRLS
BASKETBALL




The Basketball Team members
are from left to right, kneeling: A.
Iglesias, F. Gray, G. Newsome,
M. Iglesias, M. Iglesias, M. Smith.
Back row: Mrs. Harris, C. San-
chez, K. Hoover, V. Evans, L.
Balmaceda, G. Pretto, L. Tyree,
C. Holland, T. Kraemer, and A.
Ford.



The Girl's Basketball Team under
the coaching of Mrs. Harris, fin-
ished the season in second place.
They had an outstanding team with
great offensive scorers like Marvel
Iglesis and Vannia Evans and great
defensive players like Kelly Hoover
and Lisa Tyree. It was a great
season and next year they hope to
bring home the first place trophy.







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TIGER GIRLS
JUMP TO VICTORY




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CHS

BOYS

BASKETBALL

1980-1981

The CHS Tigers Boys' Basketball Team had a
rough season this year. They worked hard,
maintained their drive and never lost spirit, but
in the end, with a one win-eight loss record, they
were just no match for the Pacific Side. Action
powered shots, teamwork, and excellent coach-
ing were all there and we can only hope that next
year will be a better year for our boys.

Coach Dedeaux, Terry Patesel, Rick Romney,
Rolando Hemmings, David Renno, Alfredo
Haughton, Mauricio Ching, Lamire Schmeglar,
Gary Wallace, Rick Ortiz, Marcelo Smith, Robert
Kredell, Antonio Hartley



Go for it Tigers!








Team members standing: Paul Overstreet, Maricio Ching, Osvaldo Tom,
Antonio Hartley, Coach Dedeaux, sitting: Piero Reece, Orlando Pontel,
Gary Wallace, David Renno, Marcelo Smith, Terry Patesel, Michael Davis

Coach: Mr. Dedeaux




BASEBALL
'81



This year's Baseball team, though
a little smaller than last years,
showed the drive and determina-
tion to strive for a winning season
at any cost. Though there were few
returning players, the gaps were
filled by experienced players with
years of baseball under their belts.
This year's coach was Mr.
Dedeaux, who took his turn at
trying to make the Tiger Baseball
team into the champions of '81.




128




GIRLS
VOLLEYBALL

Girls Volleyball comes at such a late time in the
school year that our staff decided to feature last
year's team. That they were quick thinkers, fast
movers, and always on their guard made good
players out of the Girls Volleyball Team. They
showed professionalism, their drive and zeal, and
Mrs. Harris, their coach, claims they were good
listeners out on the volleyball court. Through their
good serves and excellent spikes, these
Tigerettes were great!



A huddle full of spirit!

Front: L-R: Diedra Hamilton, Glenda Judgins, Magaly Francis. Middle: L-R: Marvel Iglesias, Vannia Evans, Denis
Smith, Ivette Thompson. Back: L-R: Vicky Burrell, Rita Rockwell, Lyda Balmaceda, Kelly Hoover, Kimberly Ford,
Mrs. Harris




129




BOYS

VARSITY

TENNIS



The Boys Varsity Tennis Team
practiced long hard hours every
day after school to make the
season a good one. The tennis
matches were extended to nine
from six to make the season longer
and more exciting. This year's team
was coached by Bob Mowery.




L to R: Mike Graham, Chris Blanchard, Terry Patesel, Mike Wilkenson, Cyril Gray, Allen Mott, Tank Davis, Lange
Jacobs, John Kirby, Mike Mowery, Mr. Mowery.




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Left to right: Heidi Hinz, Stacey Follett, Kelly Kirby, Melissa Knoop, Vania Evans, Mrs. Harris. Not pictured are
Michelle Modestin, Trudy Kim, and Krista Wessling.




GIRLS

VARSITY

TENNIS



This years girls tennis team prac-
ticed long and hard every day lifting
weights and challenging each other
for a tough season. The matches
totaled nine this season, and with
the help of a great coach, Mrs.
Harris, the Tiger Team had a good
shot at the number one spot!




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HEAVYWEIGHT
FOOTBALL 1980



The Heavyweight football team members are as follows:
Back row to front, left to right, Coach Bill Chadwick,
Pablo, Coach Craine, Coach Dave Gilbert, S. Best, A.
Lopez, C. Small, F. Ramsey, J. Berry:, R. Watson, W.
Peart, J. Bowerman, N. Smith, F. Cover, R. Clarke, T.
Reynolds, E. Banks, L. Downer, J. Palma, G. Rodriguez,
T. Mendenhall, T. Newman, V. Kentish, D. Parris, D.
Raymond, P. Baza, J. Wattley, G. Lane, J. Lopez, T.
Healey, E. Fennell, J. Schwartz, O. Lorenz, K. Lorenz.
Not Pictured: G. Wallace, Heavyweight cheerleaders
1980 were: Lee Zieske, Tracy O'Neil, Diane IVIachine,
Sharon Green, Sylvia Almedina, Yolanda Howell, Patty
Cowles, Eli Lopez.







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L to R: Brenda Jennings, Marcella Lane, Kenneth Witfield, Glen Watson, Alfredo Haughton, DIonisio Raymond, Rolando Hemmlngs, Antonio
Hartley, Armando Thomas. Center row: Sharon Jennings, MIchele Modestin, Lyda Balmaceda, Kelly Hoover, Ricardo Romney. Samuel Clark,
Gwen Newsome, Jerome Sims, Pam Pratt, Rolando Clark, Jerry Saunders. Center row: Mark Rowell, Nicki Duryea, Cynthia White, Jorge
Burgess, Vannia Evans, Gary Wallace, Angel Ford, Steve Necessary, Gladys Lloyd, Sharon Redman, Mitchell Williams, Darcy Scott, Sonya
White. Front row: Elida Meza, Jeff Adema, Piero Reece, Ricardo Ortiz, Yvette Modestin, LaVerne Laguna, Marcelo Smith.



TRACK



This year the JV Track Team was
composed of students from grades
7 through 11. They showed self-
discipline, determination, and
stamina on the team with each
member taking personal pride in
his event. Each participant looked
forward to the season with much
enthusiasm. The team had rugged
practice sessions where they ran at
least a mile every day, did muscle
loosening exercises, and took part
in a weight lifting program. The
team made an excellent showing at
the meets during the season, under
the skilled coaching of Mr. Henry
Jones.




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William Clark .



CHS 1981

SOCCER
TEAM



A fan of the ever growing sport of
soccer, or to some "football," is
Mr. Will who again coached the
CHS Soccer team to a fruitful
season. His biggest problem was
getting this year's team into shape,
but experience was gained through
rough practices. There were no real
changes in the team's strategy
except adding another forward and
a better mid-field. There were
returning veterans of the Varsity
Soccer team from last year and
some rookies who joined right in to
get the job done. Coach Will is a
Los Angeles Aztex fan and enjoys
soccer more than any other sport
except maybe jogging, running,
sprinting




Osvaldo Tom .
Coach: Mr. Will



John Davis .



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1980 Swim Team Members are: Uba Real, Ricky Trees, Terry Forrest, Scot Slimon, William McAllister, Luis Bosch,
Scott Brown, Tom Overstreet, Denise McAllister, Francisco Burac, Lourdes De La Garza, Yvette Modestine, Iris
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SENIOR STATISTICS



LEYDA RAQUEL BALMACEDA
February 24. 1962 Colon, Rep. of
Panama
Yearbook Staff 4.

ENEIDA BOWEN

November 15, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal

Zone

Costumes 4.

SUSAN KATHERINE BOWERMAN
December 11, 1962 Baytown, Texas
French Club 3, Caribe Club 1,2,3,4,
Yearbook Staff 2,3,4, Thespians 2,3,4,
Drama 1, Freshman Class Vice-President
1, Senior Class President 4, CHS Girls
Drill Team 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3,
Soccer Intramurals 1,2, Homeroom
Representative 1,2,3,4, Jr. Sr. Prom
Committee, Christmas Formal Committee,
Homecoming Court.

MAURICIO ROGELIO CHING

July 11, 1962 Colon, Republic of Panama

Basketball 4, Baseball 3,4.

GILBERTO CINTRON
August 27, 1963 Republic of Panama
Baseball 3, Soccer 4, Basketball
3, Swimmer 1.

WILLIAM CLARK

March 31, 1963 Ancon, Canal Zone
C-Club 3, JV Track 2, Baseball 3,4,
Football 3,4 Soccer 3,4, Homeroom
Representative 1,2,4.

TRACI LYNN COOK

October 2, 1963 Santa Maria, California
Senior Board of Directors 4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Gymnastics 1,2, Softball 1,2,
Cheerleading 4, Baseball Manager 4.

NEISA VICTORIA CORTEZ

May 18, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

Girls Drill Team 1,2, Volleyball 1.

CHARLES DAILEY

March 7, 1963 North Carolina

JOHN RAYMOND DAVIS
November 22. 1962 Troy, North Carolina
C-Club, Track 2, Football 3,4, Soccer 3,4,
Junior Board of Directors 3, Cayuco 2,3.

LOURDES DE LA GARZA

March 22, 1964 Panama City, Republic of

Panama

Hispanic Club 4, Nurses Aides 1, Drama

Club 1,2,4, Thespians 4. Caribe Club 2,

French Club 2, Science Club 2, Swim

Team 2, Senior Board of Directors 4,

National Honor Society 4, SA Secretary

2, Homeroom Alternate 2.



MARITZA ELENA EVANS

May 15, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

JROTC Drill Team 1,2,3,4, Track manager 1.

MYRNA I. FLORES
August 25, 1964 Wurzburg, Germany
Science Club 2,4, Spanish Club 4, French
Club 2, Swimming 2, Track 1.

ALLAN FORTE

October 19, 1961 Coco Solo, Canal Zone

KIMBERLY R. FIELDS

July 16, 1964 Leabenon, Tennessee

French Club 2,4, Homeroom Alternate 4.

STAGEY DOWNES FOLLETT
August 12, 1963 Montpelier, Vermont
Junior Class Treasurer 3, Junior board of
Directors 3, Senior Board of Directors 4,
Yearbook Staff 3, Varsity Tennis 3,4,
Soccer Manager 2, Basketball Manager
3,4, Cheerleader 1,2, Homeroom
Representative 1,3,4.

JUANA ENEIDA FORDE

July 26, 1963 Colon, Republic of Panama

ROTO Girls Drill Team 1,2.

TERRY ALLEN FORREST

November 22, 1962 Coco Solo, Canal

Zone

Chess Club 4, Science Club 4, Senior

Board of Directors 4, Swim team 3, JV

Track 2, Cayuco 2,3,4.

DAVE GRAHAM

November 22, 1962 Ludington, Michigan

FELICIA GRAY

May 22, 1962 Portsmith, Virginia
Pep Club 1,2, Track 1, Basketball 2,4,
Softball 1,2,3,4, Volleyball 4.

RICHARD HAYNES
March 31, 1963 Martinsville, Virginia
Photo Club 4, Chess Club 4, Science
Club 1, Thespian 4, Senior Board of
Directors 4, ROTC Drill Team 1,2,3,4,
Yearbook Staff 2.

CATHERINE ANN HEALEY
March 7, 1964 Ancon, Canal Zone
Nurses Aides 1, Caribe Club 2, Science
Club 2,4, Thespians 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Senior Board of Directors 4, Baseball
Manager 4.

DIANE HERES

October 8, 1963 Sefat, Israel
Hispanic Club 4, Nurses Aid 1,2,
Tradewind Staff 2,3, Science Club 1,
Senior Board of Directors 4.



DARRELL HOBSON
December 1, 1963 Bethesda, Maryland
JROTC 3,4, Rangers 3,4, Drama Club 4,
Science Club 4, National Honor Society 4.

RICHARD JAMES KELLOGG
February 17, 1963 Mt. Holly, New Jersey
Art 1, Archery 1, Swimming 2, Crafts 2,
Rugby 1,2, Tennis 2.

CAMELLIA KING
April 16, 1963 Honolulu, Hawaii
Debate Team 2,3, Forensics Team 2,3,
Science Club 4, National Honor Society
4, French Club 4, Thespians 3,4,
Synchronized Swimming Team 1,2,
Homeroom Representative 4, Senior
Board of Directors 4.

STAMATIS A. KITRAS
October 25, 1963 Athens, Greece
Science Club, ACHA Association 3,4,
Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, National Honor
Society 4, Varsity Soccer 3,4, Baseball
1,2, Golf 1,2,3, Homeroom Representative
1, Senior Board of Directors 4.

MELISSA CATHERINE KNOOP
January 7, 1963 Denver, Colorado
Thespian 2,3,4, Drama Club 1,2,3,4,
Science Club 3,4, Art Club 4, Yearbook
Staff 3, Varsity Tennis 3,4, Soccer
Manager 1,2,4, Junior Board of Directors
3, Senior Board of Directors 4, Senior
Class Vice-President, Homecoming Court 4.

PAULINA LEWIS

June 8, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Costumes 4, Senior Board of Directors 4,
JROTC 1,2, Basketball Manager 4, Tennis
Manager 4, Volleyball Manager 4, Track
Manager, Sunday School Teacher, Legion
of Mary, CYO.

SHEILA MARTIN

October 24, 1963 Fort Bragg, North

Carolina

Spanish Club 2,3, Art Club 1, Science

Club 4, Athletic Club 1, National Honor

Society 4, Cheerleader 1.

KUMAR MAYANI

C-Club 2,4, Track 1, Soccer 2,4, Senior

Board of Directors.

PAUL MAYANI

February 15, 1964 Colon, Republic of

Panama

National Honor Society 4.

PRITHAM MAYANI

December 19, 1962 Colon, Republic of

Panama



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KAREN MIZRACHI

February 27, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal

Zone

French Club 2, Soccer Intramurals 1,

Yearbook Staff 3,4, Senior Board of

Directors 4, Homecoming Court 4, Office

Assistant 4.

ALLEN L. I^OTT

March 15, 1963 OIney, Illinois

Science Club 3,4, Thespian 3,4, National

Honor Society 3,4, Football 2, Tennis 3,4,

Baseball 2, Homeroom Representative

2,3, Christmas Formal Decorating

Committee, Float Committee 4, Rules

Committee 4.



CATHERINE LYNNE NECESSARY
June 21, 1963 fvlountain Home, Arkansas
Drama Club 3, CHS Girls Drill Team 4.
Yearbook Staff, Girls Varsity Tennis 3,
Junior Board of Directors 3, Senior
Board of Directors 4, Senior Class
Secretary 4, Jamboree Queen 4.



Directors, CHS Girls Drill Team 4.

MARTA L. TANNER
December 1, 1964 Tucson, Arizona
Soccer 1,2, Swimming 2, Band Concert
Decorating Committee 2, Christmas
Formal Decorating Committee 4.

OSVALDO TOt^ JR.

April 4, 1962 Colon, Republic of Panama
ACHA Association 1,2,3,4, C-Club 3,4,
Track 2,3,4 Basketball 1, Football 4,
Baseball 4, Soccer 3,4.



JENNIE L. VALENTINE
January 3, 1963 Brooklyn, New York
Athletic Alliance 1, Photography 3,4,
Track and Field 1, CHS Girls Drill Team 4.

LOURDES VILLARREAL
January 12, 1963 David, Panama
Science Club 2, French Club 2,4.



ROBERTO E. WHITAKER
January 10, 1964 Coco Solo. Canal Zone
JROTC 2,4, Band, 2,4, National Honor
Society 4, Soccer 4.

WILLIAM ARTHUR WILLETTE
February 1, 1963 New Orleans, Louisiana
Drama Club 3,4. Tradewind 2, Yearbook
Staff 4, JROTC Rangers 1,2, Tennis 3,
Football 4, Soccer 4. Junior Board of
Directors, Senior Board of Directors,
Sophomore Class Secretary, Junior Class
Vice-President, Senior Class Treasurer.

RAY WISE

August 17, 1961 Biloxi, Mississippi
C-Club 3,4, Football Team 3,4, Soccer 4,
Cayuco 3,4, Diving 4.

GUS ZIESKE

March 21, 1963 Cleveland, Ohio
National Honor Society 4, Spanish Club
1, Senior Board of Directors.



PAUL JOSEPH OVERSTREET
February 21, 1963 Coco Solo Canal Zone
C-Club 3,4, Science Club 3,4, National
Honor Society 3,4, Caribe Club 3,4,
Football 3,4, Baseball 3.4, Track 1,
Junior Board of Directors, Senior Board
of Directors, Homeroom Representative
1,2,3,4.



NANCY ANN RANKIN
October 3, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
National Honor Society 3,4, Science Club
4, Caribe Club 3,4, Junior Board of
Directors, Senior Board of Directors 4,
Yearbook Staff 2, Christmas Formal
Decoration Committee 4, Homecoming
Court 4, Junior Senior Prom Decoration
Committee 4.

MAURYA T. RIDGE

August 1, 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Caribe Club 2,3, French Club 3,
Yearbook Staff 3,4, National Honor
Society 4, Homecoming Court 4, Varsity
Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Soccer Intramurals,
Volleyball intramurals. Varsity Tennis 3,
Homeroom Representative 1,2,3, SA
President 4, Sophomore Class
Vice-President, Junior Class President,
Junior Board of Directors, Senior Board
of Directors, Float Committee 2,3,
Christmas Formal Decorating Committee 4.

MARILYN SUE SEPULVADO
January 12, 1963 Port Lavaca, Texas
CHS Girls Drill Team 4.

MYRNA YVONNE SHUFF
June 28, 1963 Schwaibish Hall, Germany
Drama Club 1, French Club 4, Red Dog
Inn 2,3,4, Chicken Coop 1,2,3,4, GYC
2,3,4, Tarpon Club 4, Aids 2,3, Lonely
Hearts Club 1.2,3, Senior Board of




Congratulations to the early graduates. They are: Janie Flores, Monica Real (Honor Graduate).
Ruth Miller. Not pictured are Robert Kredell, Lena Sanchez, and Dwayne Love. Good Luck
to all!



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In the past six years at Cristobal High School we
have all gathered many memories. Remember
when Mrs. Stabler gave Maurya Ridge a kitten for
Christmas? And when we all marched out of the
school and all the way to Gatun Locks to protest
the Treaty? Later we attended a solemn flag
lowering ceremony marking the accomplishment of
that same Treaty. On the lighter side we remember
all the Gatun Yacht Club parties and wild train rides
across the Isthmus to go to football games. These
and endless other memories are treasures we hold
in our hearts. A yearbook is foremost a "memory
book" and as yearbook editor for the past two
years, I have tried in all ways to capture your
happenings. The work has not often been fun and
it has sometimes left me totally frustrated, but it
has at all times been a labor of love. We now go
on to gather new memories, yet I hope the ones
reflected on these pages will remain a part of us.

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CARIBBEAN CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL COCO SOLO REPUBLIC OF PANAMA VOLUME LXIV 1981

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T ABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE 1 THEME 3 SENIORS 17 SPIRIT 33 FACULTY 47 JUNIORS 57 SOPHOMORES 65 FRESHMEN 73 JUNIOR HIGH 79 ACTIVITIES 87 ORGANIZATIONS 101 SPORTS 117 ADVERTISEMENTS 139 MEMORIES 161 2

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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!

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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 hand It's e x citement it's newness It s learning the routine It s lunch in the cafeteria It 's homework til we re green!

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Eighth grade comes along, It's another season still. We're on top on ce again of the Junior H igh hill. We're smarter, w e're wise r we know the Junior High rop e s We know what it takes we 've got such high rop es. For English we've got Stabler and writing til we're sore. And even when we re perfect she makes us write some more!

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6 In band we re fine musIcians, We even play at games. And someone makes us do current events, 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 7

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8 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 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.

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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 9

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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!

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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 SA 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

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Well Senior Year has finally ended And a big part of our life is gon e But these are times we will never forget Because memories always live on Can it be only yesterday When school had just begun Back t hen there were never worries Just carefree laughter and fun. Puzzled about the future Plans change like the oceans sho re But watch out for old dad he say s When you graduate he ll open th e door. But now the future has arri ved And we 'll all be on our o w n With friends we 've made som e l asti n g bond s We never will stand a l one

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The ACT and the SAT Are test we all must take But afte r 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.

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A teacher is an artist Students his ball of clay The artist shapes the stud en t In an individual way A teacher is a friend Lending a helping hand, Always trying his hardest Merely to understand.

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A teacher s l i ke 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 Is one that's everlasting And one that never ends

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18 Cristobal H i gh School's Senior Class Officers for 1980-81 are, from left to right : Cathy Necessary, Secretary; Susan Bowerman President; Bill Willette, Treasurer; Melissa Knoop, Vice-President. 1980-81 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS This year, the office r s for the Senior class have p roven themselves diligent and hardworking planning carefully many success ful senior class dances such as the annual Christmas Formal, and the first Sadie Hawkins dance. The se four officers also organize d the allimportant Senior B anquet and Graduation Party Congratulations are certainly in order for Susan, Melissa Cathy and Bill!

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TARA BROWN 19

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ERIC BUSH t

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CHARLES DAILEY JOHN DAVIS LOURDES DE LA GAR ZA

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STACEY FOLLETT TERR Y FORRE S T ALLAN FORTE

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DARRELL HOBSON This ladies and gentlemen is Eric," ACELIA HOWELL GERARDO JOHANSSON RICHARD KELLOGG

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KUMAR MAYANI 24

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CATHY NECESSARY PAUL OVERSTREET EMMA PERE Z 25

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JOHNNY REUTO MAURYA RIDGE EVANS RIVIERE 26

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OSVALDO TOM 27

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ROGER WILLIAMS RAY WISE GUS ZIESKE 28

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CHS PROUDLY PRESENTS THE 1981 HONOR GRADUA TE S SUSAN BOWERMAN ALLEN MOTT STEPHANIE PAUL OVE RSTREET BROOKHART EMMA PEREZ RICHARD CARREON MICHELE PEREZ MYRNA FLORES RODERICK RAFF CATHERINE HEALEY NANCY RANKIN DARRELL HOBSON MONICA REAL CAMELIA KING MAURY A RIDGE STAMATIS KITRAS STEPHEN TONG SHEILA MARTIN ROBERTO WHITAKER PRITHAM MAY ANI GUS ZIESKE SUNIL MAYANI LOURDES DE LA GARZA 29

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30 S ENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Angeli c a All eyn e do bequeath all my love and fai t h to m y m o ther and a very special someone who have s t oo d b y me through the good and bad ti m es I L ey d a Balmaceda, d o beque a th m y sweetne s s to m y l ittle darlings MB EM, & Y M and to my little sist e r m y lo v e and r e put a ti o n in CHS I Eneida Bo wen, d o b e queath my quietness to LaVerne Lagun a m y stud i es and hard work to my parent s a n d my ma dness to the girls in my gym c l as s I Su san K B o werman, do bequeath my watchful eye to M a ureen m y closet full of clothes to Mary B eth, a s e xy g i rlfriend to John and a life with me to CK I Brandi B of Ghetto Gulick do bequeath to all the parti e rs, better wa v es, better parties and better thing s to come I Dee Bredenkamp do bequeath all the memories o f 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 any one craz y enough to take it. I Eric Bush do bequeath all good times to FF, CD TP DG, SF I leave the Sturgess Tarpon, Dev ils & the Yacht Club to next years' rednecks I Mauricio R Ching do bequeath my athletic abilitie s and personality to Ruth and M&M I Gilberto Cintron (Tronchy) do bequeath my ways of tre ating girls to Rico and my hitting abilitie s to P i ero God bles s them I W i lliam Clark do bequeath all my athletic talents t o LW and thank CN for her warmth and friendship thi s pa s t year To PC, my charm I Trac i Cook do bequeath one more year of high school to AC to LE my cheerleading uniform and to Cath y H all my flirting ability! I Ne is a Cortez do bequeath my years of succe s sful studies and knowledge earned to my par e nts; and all my love and under standing to Ric o I Charle s Dailey, do bequeath all the good times at th e S turg ess & Aids and a handful of s eeds to th e ga ng. I J oh n D avis, d o bequ e ath to my little brother my ca r keys t o TO, K M WF, LJ, & PC, all the Pan a ma s po ssi ble T o th e f ootball & soccer teams a tri but e I Lou rdes D e l a 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 to HD 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 it! 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 mother. 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 myoid clothes myoid shoes, and myoid 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 can hang 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 PO' 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 Gang I Trudy Elizabeth Kim do bequeath my pink shoes

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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 the y 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 m y ability to be conceited to Kellie Carey and my sexy bod to Lori Dewhurst. 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 doctor)! 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 abi l ities to anyone who need s 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 upcoming Seniors I Ruth M Miller do bequeath the best of luck and all my joy and happiness to Bebita Digma and Yeriz. I Karen Mizrachi do bequeath to Maureen an exciting senior year; to Beth, everything beautiful ; my body to Ryan ; my love t o 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 CHS. 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 m y intelligence ; my retainer to SF; my luck with guys to MD ; My guitar to BT I, Michelle Perez do bequ eath all my bad luck with cars and my lu ck in chemistr y to MD and my good grades in school to Ter esa. I Nancy Rankin do bequeath newtor metons" to Camillia my hotline to m y 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 lu ck in the future. I Maurya T Ridge do bequeath Gorgona Beach to Ms H arris & the gang all the beer they ca n guule to Danielle & Jackie & my memories of Panama to Les I Marilyn S Sepulvado do bequ eath my h ickies to J Valentine best wishes ne x t year to my brother and Sister to S McDaniel and L Dewhur s t I leave Joe." I Myrna Shuff do bequeath Life 's Best to Machelle Dailey; Good Luck to MS; All the determin ation to succeed to Fair Larre ; And all my love to my BEAR 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 m y all-around s portsmanship in all sports to Cristobal High School. I Jennie L. Valentine do bequeath our great memories to Bliss and Rainey Potomac to E. Graham my make-up to Sepulvado an d my brains to Yvette and Neal. I Lourde s Villarreal do bequeath my sense of humor to Miriam Calvo my s mile to Yeriz, my good luck to Elzibir and m y love to the class of '81. I, Roberto E. Whitaker do bequeath my superior musical abilities to my brother Ern esto, and to Wilfredo my intelligence and abi lit y to get a long with others 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 lo ve in my heart to Diane Machin and my brothers GW & BW My green car to CW o I Gus Zieske do bequeath m y luck at the Washington to MW and CG. Deepness to all divers All my love to Lena Sanchez 31

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BEST PERSONALITY LENA SANCHEZ AND GUS ZIESKE R unners-Up Kumar Mayani and Cathy Necessary 32

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34 HALL OF FAME MR. AND MS. C.H.S. PAUL OVERSTREET AND MAURYA RIDGE RUNNERS-UP TED ARNOLD AND LENA SANCHEZ

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FOOTBALL CANDIDS football captains 35

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CHS PRESENTS JAMBOREE QUEEN 1980 CATHY NECESSARY Watching from the sta nd s i s Cathy Necessary the one gi rl selecte d b y the CHS football team to carryon the tradition and glory of Jamboree Queen The crashing of helmets and f i erce growls can be heard from the field below as each f ootball team struggles for a hopeful Jamboree victory

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TIGER SPIRIT BURNS ON 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

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VARSITY FOOTBALL 1980 38 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 R aff, Mike Mowery, Ray Wise, Richard Carreon, Bill Willette. Captains: John Davis, Willie Clark, and Paul Overstreet.

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\ \ Kredell showing us his bette r s ide H a rd workouts and strenuous prac t ices were a big part of this yea r s footba ll season. The team was coache d by Mr. Will and Mr. Grubbs, who both d id an out stand 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 T he cheerleaders had a difficult year but they ne ve r lost spi rit as t h ey con t inued to cheer for their numb e r one team

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CHS VARSITY CHEERLEADERS T he Vars i ty Cheerleaders for 1980 were Ma u rya R i dg e Captain ; Danielie Barr i teau Co Cap tain ; J a ckie Plunkett ; Keliie C a rey ; T raci C o ok Heidi Hinz ; and Ka t h i Over s treet. Maurya Ridge Captain Kathi Overstreet Heidi Hinz

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\1 o QUEEN LENA AND COURT (1\ e. c.. o \'f\ \ '6 f( oOG HOMECO M I NG SPIRIT WEEK H o m ecoming is always an exciting and popul ar tim e at CHS The week before the game is dedi cate d to the spirit of Homecoming by having a different dres s code eve ryday, ranging from Hat Day and Rag Da y to the tradition a l wearing o f blu e and gold on Friday. Everyo n e loves to parti ci p at e in these festivities as they help the te a m g e t f ire d-up for their big ga m e on Friday night.

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Queen Lena San c hez HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT This year's Homecoming Queen is Ms Lena Sanchez Lena supported by her court Melissa Knoop Kim Fields Nanc Rankin Susan Bowerman Maury Ridge, and Karen Mizrachi, stoo watch over the Tigers as they bailie against the Green Devils

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Melissa Knoop Kim Fields Nancy Rankin Maurya Ridge Karen Mizrachi Susan Bowerman

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C.H.S. PALM BOWL QUEEN 1980 KATHI OVERSTREET Every year the Varsity Football Team selects a Varsity Cheerleader to represent C H S as Palm Bowl Queen. This year Kathi Overstreet was the lucky girl. She and the other cheerleaders worked hard to sell tickets and raise money i n hopes that Kathi would be crowned queen All proceeds went to the United Way

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ALL-ISTHMIAN Richard Carreon Paul O v erst r eet PA LM BOW L 1980 Th is year the Palm Bowl was held o n November t4th at Balboa St adium, with four of our fantastic football pl ayers representing C H.S. R ic hard Ca rr eon was selected as all-Isthm ia n a nd honorable mentions went to P a ul Ove r street Rick R o m ney, a nd M a r ce l o Smi th. All four participa ted i n th e P a lm B ow l as ALL-S T A R S M a rc e l o Smit h R ick Romney

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46 MOST INTELLECTUAL WINNERS MONICA REAL AND ALLEN MOTT Runners-up Nancy Rankin and Roberto Whitaker

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4 8 MR. PERKINS JOINS CHS Mr. H owa rd Perkins CHS' new VicePrincipa l obtained his AS degree and two Masters at Dix i e Junior College a nd the University o f New Mexico I'm in the fall seaso n because my life is c hanging in terms of what I'm learning abo ut other people, and about myself. MR. RENNO COMPLETES ANOTHER SEASON Mr. Charles M Renno Principal of CHS attended William Jewell Univ e r s it y a nd th e University qf Redlands where he received his AS and MA degrees, respectively. I'm in the late s ummer o f my life Youth is the spri ngtime of life and I ve passed th at point," says Mr. Renno

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THE LADIES BEHIND THE GLASS. 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 wo r ks in the gy m office Mrs. Miller (left) is the after-school librarian at C HS. but she occasionally works with Mr. Wells during school hours. 49

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GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT, MORAL AND PHYSICAL Available during school for advice on such matters as college c h oices, career decisions, and what courses 10 take a r e our two counselors, Anne Gegg and Bob Mowery (above) 80th Mrs. Gegg and Mr. Mowery have been working at C H S for over 10 years, and know the answers to most student problems. Two members of the faculty that are very important to the runni n g of the school are the nurse and librarian Mrs. Ridge the school nurse left keeps our school healthy ; while in the library Mr. We lls, right spends hi s time locating books for needy students.

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IT'S THE SEAS ON TO TEACH MR. ALEX BRUNELL is this year s Aulo Shop and Metal Shop teacher He graduated from Fitchburg Stale College in Massachusetts where he obtained his SA Oegree I feel that I'm in th e freshman season of my life So many new things are just beginning MS JUNE CLAY TON 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 fun!" 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 'ife I'm at a level where I m comfortable. r 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 al Trinity University and his Masters al Southeastern Univer si ty I m in the fall season of my life . I'm getting old and gray! lOUIS DEDEAUX the Boys PE leacher here at CHS for 1a 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 ret i rement I plan to just sit around and watch the grass grow.

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DR. DESOTO. beginning her first year as a F rench teacher at CHS, rece ive d her BA and MA degrees at Purdue Uni v ersity and her PHD at Indiana Un ive rsit y. My life is new in summer Spr i ng has already passed but life is still flourishing for me." MR. GRUBBS, who has been teaching here at CHS for 1 3 years, received hi s BA and M S degrees at William Jewel College and Northwest Missouri State University. respec tively This yea r he teaches Geometry and Consu mer Math. ''I'm in the middle of the school year, and the middle of my life." -MR. WILLIAM GANSEN a teacher at CH5 for over 18 years, is this year teaching a series of history and government courses. He received his M A at Purdue University "I'm in the winter of my life. My hair is turning snowy white and I can see the change i n myself a little more each day." MRS JOAN HARRIS girls' PE teacher here at CHS for 15 years received her B S from Barry College, and her M .S. from New York University "I'm probably in the fall season, I may be getting older, but I'm sure not going to show iU" -MR. GERALD GRAVER who teaches Industrial Arts and Mechanical Drawing at CH5, received his B.S and M A degrees at Texas A&S University and Texas A&M University respectively "I'm in the season of frustration don't ask me why I just hope it will pass quickly." MR. CHARLES HELM, who teaches Remedial reading at CHS received his BA and ME degrees at William Jewell College and University of Mississippi. "I'm in the spring of my life For every question there is an answer for each answer there are at least two questions. I'm still learning them."

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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, re spectively. 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 HIERON YMOUS, 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 fall of my life Spring's a new beginning. and winter IS old. I m so mewhere in between." MR. HENRY JONES, who graduated from the University o f Panama. where he received his M .A. Degree this year teaches Physical Education at CHS

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MR. EDWIN KOZ IO L who graduated from Michigan State where he obtained his B A degree in Art t his y ear t eaches several art courses I feel that m y life is in spr ing right now because spring is a beautiful t ime of year, when nature seems to explode, causing new life and new energy." MRS ANESTINA WILMA LEATHERS who is a newcomer to the school teaches T y ping B ookee p ing and Shorthand to students at CHS Having re ceived her AAS and BS feels she's in the spring and fall of her life. Spring and Fall because it s awake in the season and natural beauty o f nature MA. JOHN DOUGLAS MCLAIN who teaches Band I, II, III. IV received his B M E and M.M. from New Mex i co State University and Northwestern University This is his first year here at CHS MRS. ELIZABETH CHASE MCNAUGHTON who has been here at CHS for 15 years teaches Home Economics and Engl is h Receiving her B S in Education from State Teachers College Massachusetts, she is Hospitalit y Chairman I'm in the beginning o f a new life My life is going to change drastically being the only one to know this secret." CAPT. WARREN O BRIEN, who heads the ROTC program here at CHS received his Masters in Business Administration his B A in Social Science and his Associate of Arts In hi s second year here at CHS he is Department Chairman and expresses h I m self, I feel I m in the spring season of my life I am still growing. I've done a lot but I feel that I still have more to learn and a lot more to see." MA. JAMES PALUMBO who this year teaches Ufe Science and General Science graduated from Northwest Mississipp i Slate University where he obta i ned his M .S. and B S degrees My life is in the spring season I'm never going to age When it's l ime for me to go I'll ____

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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 State 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 8A from Vanderbilt University She feels as if she is in the fall season of her l i fe because the leaves are changing and so is my lifestyle I am leaving behind the carefree summers when my rife was my own." MRS BONNIE SHANK teaches English, and she is in her fourth yea r at CHS She received her BSSEO at West Virginia University and her MA from Alabama She is in charge of the Tiger Ta ils. I feel secure as you would on a cold winter night with a fire blazing."

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MR. WILLIAM SHANK is teaching US Hi s t o ry and Art in his ninth year here He received his BS from West Virginia Universi ty and his Masters from Alabama He is the SA sponsor this year I m in the springtime of my life because I 've never felt better and spr i ng is a time to enjoy life." MR. EARNEST WATTLEY our Industrial Art s teacher received his BA at the District of Columbia Teacher's College "I' m in the learning season of life I realize that the learning and growing process is still going on in my life." MRS SUSAN STABLER obtained her BA in English and Biology from the Pan-American University She teaches English and Journalism this year "I'm in the sophomore season of my life There are still uncertain ties I m always waiting for the next challenge I'll have to tackle." MR. WILLIAM WILL, commonly called "Coach has the feeling of spring in him He feels that working with the young keeps him young He teaches Social Studies and coaches soccer and football. He received his BS and PE at Long Beach University. MRS. MARTHA TANNER. In her 13th year here, teaches English. She received her SA at the University of North Carolina. I m in the summer of my life. Summer is bright sunshine warm breezes, and time to do what you want MRS. HALLIE WITCHER teaches Algebra and Social Studies. She received her BA and MA from Oklahoma Baptist University and Southwestern State College "I'm in my second childhood. I'm doing more now than ever before."

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------. -------John Rowell President. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Traditionally the main activity of the Junior Class is to put on the Jun ior Senior Prom Under the auspice s of the junior class officers the junior class elects senior 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 to remember.

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Luis Acevedo Jeffrey Adema Delceda Baker Reatha Baker Chris Blanchard Elzibir Bonnick Jose Claus Marcio Coles Maureen Convery Alan Cook Claudia Cruz Machelle Dailey 59

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Arturo Howell Marve l Iglesias Heather Jacobs Ruben Juarez Kelly Kirby LaVerne Laguna Coral Lamphier Roberto Landers Sharon Martin Kurt McQuillen Scott Mendenhall Michele Modestin Andrea Moran Chris O Neal Ricardo Ortiz Katherine Overstreet 61

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62 Luisa Patillod Arturo Perez Gwen Powell Cathy Procter Piero Reece Patricia Rice Juan Riviere Rita Rockwell Ricardo Romney John Rowell III Carole Sanchez Fernando Sanchez Iris Sanchez Isaac Sanchez

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Mmm, Mmm Good John Schwartz Dar cily n Scott Shirley Sepulvado Marcelo Smith Marsha Smith E ster bina Trejos Lisa T yree Viviana Vacca Yvette Valentine Larry Walker Keith Wallace Mike Wilkinson Greg Wise Ali sa Wood 63

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Missing people L to R : Brian Wiemer Martha Sollas, Ruben Juarez MORE JUNIORS I Whad da beat? 64

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66 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY Henry De La Garza Stephanie Follett Jean Corrigan Christine Hancock Missing Sophomores Terrence Gibson Dwayne Lorenz Gwynne Duryea Scott Sorenson Allen Sims

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Jean Corrigan Michael Davis Henry De La Garza Danny Dewalt Donald Dewalt Lori Dewhurst Marleny DunMood ie Vannia Evans Marjorie Ad amson Feli x Amezqui ta Evelia Anderson Lyda Balmaceda Danielle Barriteau Mario Bla ck man Vielka Brown Francisco Burac Jorge Burgess Kellie Carey Maggie Carreon Samuel Cheung Samuel Clark Vasquez Codrington Christine Connelly Hey chill out!

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Laurie Fennell Gerry Ferro Stephanie F ollett Felicia Ford Wayne F orrest Sabrina Foster Sherry Frady Enr ico Francis Magaly Francis Eric Galvez Dina Gehringer Ana Gomez Marsha Goodridge Ellen Graham Cyril Gra y III Kenny Green Chr istine Hancock Helen Harjani Antonio Hartley Blanca Hauke 68

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Digma H errera Robert Hollan d Kelly Hoover Scott Hudson Chris Jackman Lange Jacobs Felix Juarez Ken Kellogg John Kirby Kim Kirby

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Jaime La u Gladys Llo y d M a n uel L o pez Jr. D w a y ne L o renz Luci nda Machin Y er i z Markham Sheila McDaniel Beth McDonough Ruben Miller Elizabeth Mizrachi Millicent Morgan So that s where you get your secrets Dina. Steve Necessary Todd Newman Gwendolyn Newsome Jody Palma

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"THE GANG" Toni Plan chon Jackie Plunkett Tina Powell Steven Pratt Charissa Pretto Angela Rainey Lena Ramirez Sharon Redman Gisele Reece David Renno Tony Reynolds David Riordan John Sepulveda Mario Simpson Caroline Soley 71

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Jan Sperling F iama Steele Gina Stinnett Anilbhai Suk ho Armando Th o mas Cly d e Thompson Yvett e Thompso n J a n i n e Troutman Marta Varela Beatris Viloria Donna Watson Jonathan Wattley Krista Wessling Rhonda W i lliams lindia Willies Hey sa i lor new in town? Chri s William s Emma Yohros Fina Webb A couple of squares, but they love each other.

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PRESIDENT Grace Jon e s VICE PRESIDENT D o minique Dur y e a SECRETARY B eatrice Tse ng TREASURER Vivian Maduro BUS. MANAGER Maria Kitras 74 FRESHMEN Sylvia Almedina Melvin Almodovar Eric Banks Maribel Barraza Nenita Baza David Beach Carlos Beatty Jeffrey Berry John Bowerman Pamela Canate Stacie Carey Ryan Bliss Bryan Boggs Melanie Coke Marcos Cruz

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David D De LaFlor Allison David Penny Davidson Magaly Dunmoodie Dominique Duryea Eric Fennell Ruth Ferro Mayra Flores Garrett Gadbois Carlos Gonyora Wolfgang Ganzales Lee Graver Sharon Green Melinda Haynes Rolando Hemmings Betty Hernandez Yolanda Howell Lunch-room Scene Ana Iglesias Sharon Jennings Grace Jones Hypnotized"

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Just hanging around Maria Kitras Traci Kraemer Mitzie Lau JoAnn Leggett Elizabeth Lopez David Lowinger Vivain Maduro Usha Mayani Todd Mendenhall Robert Mizarachi Helen Moebus James Moebus Ediberto Morales Our No 1 KISS fan Evelyne Myers Susan Newall Arlene Norton Tracy O Neal Nelkis Paniagua I-Min Pao Ricardo Parnell

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Kathy Pratt Jaime Pujal s Mariel Reece Michael Rigb y Axiel Riviere Lawrence Rounsaville Carlos Sanchez Lynn Stone E velyn Sullivan Ana Seeley Lee Smith Norman Smith Miguel Thompson Patty Thompson Ray Thompson Marian Tiblier Francisca Trejo s Beatrice T seng Deborah Turner Marta Varela

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Lesa Walker Gary Wallace Roy Watson Wilfredo Whitaker Cynthia White Sonia White Denise Willette Tarek Yaafar Loris Yohros Lee Zieske Missing Persons : lann Sanchez Harold Sostand Ricardo Jardine

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80 From ti me to time, and day to day We t hink 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 fo r life each day Sometimes we w ish he could see our smiles And j ust feel better for a while We understand he cannot walk, Or even really try to talk. How very frightening it must be To be as strong and brave as he We all await his safe return To live again and start to learn How deeply we wish him out of the dark, And back to being our friend Mark By: Leslie Griffin EIGHTH GRADE ClaI, Cruz Gregory Deboei' Billy Dewhurst Tl'Iomu E ckel V.ughn E dmund

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Johann. ponln. M ich ael Procter Eduardo AMI Gilberto Rodriguez Jr. ..... larKlro SIMie Jey Thomes Have you tried Sanka? It's decaffeinatedl Ralpn Tlern.n K.theline T1rado Billy Weal C.rr" Kennelh Whlllleld 82

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Pictured from tett to r ight are: Casey Coombes. Bridget Yocum, Dionisio Raymond Missing are Fab ia n Fraiz Brenda Stokes, and Hunter Tibtier SEVENTH GRADE ChrlSlC)91'16r Cole Oevld Dempsey Kim Dull 83

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JON Garcia eMIII Geldner Dougl.. GewIn Unci, Hili Uno Ho Prize winners of a home baked cakel MI,ty Knight Kannelh Lanculer Trllet Lee K,r' Loranz 84

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Georga M organ Ch ristophel O Rourke Noel OSlerland Lisa Palumbo Janel Paredea Dennis Parrl' Stacey Pallon SEVENTH GRADE Rolando RaN AmaIOo Sanchez Ma rlsol Sandin Stacie Savape George Sharif Sa m ille Smith Wynne Streeter 85

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86 Franco Webb erelg Weimer SEVENTH GRADE Ernesto Whitaker Jon ZkMke 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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88 198 0-81 CHRI ST MAS FORMAL O u tside 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 b y all.

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. If 'I 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 91

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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 expected. The agony of trying to keep one student from dropping out of school with no help from the assistant principal who definitely does not 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. UP THE

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Back Row : Krista Wessling Trudy Kim Lourdes De La Garza Mike Graham Stacey Follet Henr y De La Garza and Cricket Rockwell. Middle Row : Darrel Hobson Cathy Healey, Allan Molt, Melis sa Knoop Camellia King Lee Graver, Stephanie Follet John Rowell Lena Troutman Leslie Griffin Gwen Powell Stephanie Brookhart Nicki Dur yea, and Bill y Weal. Silting : Lana Elmufti Genine Troutman Lena Sanchez Lemire Schmeglar Beth McDonough Richard Hay nes Ian Sanchez David Renno and Mark Rowell. DOWN STAIRCASE

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94 Mary Call Devola Romey Ima Dean Kiser Pease ... Goldie Pease Mr Connell Mrs Connell Miss Breathitt Gaither Graybeal Alma Graybeal La cey ..................... . Chester ... .............. Sammy Lee Hannah Jo Preacher WHERE THE LILIES BLOOM Camelia King Lana Elmufti John Rowell III Leslie Griffin ......... . . Allen Mott Dee Bredenkamp Mike Graham Stephanie Brookhart ...... Heather Jacobs Bill Willette Carrie Coykendall Lena Troutman Lee Graver Richard Haynes Stephanie Follett Darrell Hobson Production Donna Helmling, Melissa Knoop Henry De la Garza, Trudy Kim Lourdes De la Garza Chris Jackman Scott Mendenhall Ric h ard Haynes, Keith Wallace Mark Rowell Chris O'Neal Gwen Powell, Amy Perez, Michelle Perez Lourdes De l a Garza, Michelle Dailey Yvette V alentine

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Stage B and Members: Stamis Kitras Cathy Pr octer, Cathy Overstreet Armando Th omas Paul Overstreet Marcio Coles Marcelo Smith, Dee Bredenkamp Traci Kraemer, Jose Claus Scott Mendenhall Nancy R ankin Jeff Adema Keith Wallace Allen Mott. CHS STAGE BAND This year under the instruction of Mr McLain, the stage band did several new things One thing was the Christmas Concert where the stage band turned out to be the highlight of the evening 97

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SENIOR BAND This year the CHS Band program began in turmoil because our long-loved band teacher Mr. Carwithen, moved to the Pacific side. Commotion reigned, because ne i ther the band students, faculty nor the principal knew for certain when the new band director would arrive In fact several expected arrival dates came a n d went with no sign of the new man. Around mid-November Mr. McLain finally arrived and the wait proved worth it. He took charge of the band with zestfulness, immediately preparing for the annual Christmas concert. The concert was so successful that his skills and talents were revealed to their greatest potential. He superbly showed that he could reach the standards of Mozart of Beethoven i f he wanted to The expertise he has displayed since his arrival has made it seem as though he has always been with us. Welcome Mr. McLain!! Jeff Adema Mel Almodovar Chris Blan chard Dee Bredenkamp Vielka Brown. Miriam Calvo Mike Davis, lourdes De La Garza Marleny Dun Moodie, Debra Egolf Marilza Evans. Jerry Ferro. Ed Gadbois Ellen Graham, Cecilia Gray, Antonio Hartley Richard Haynes, Cathy Healey Heidi Hinz. Kelly Hoover Arturo Howell, Scot Hudson Marvel Iglesias Lange Jacobs John Kirby Traci Kraemer, LaVerne Laguna Scott Mendenhall, Eddie Morales Alan Mott Susan Newall Kathy Overstreet Paul Overstreet Tina Powell Charissa Prettc eathi Proctor Nancy Rankin. Sharon Redman John Rowell Carole Sanchez lann Sanchez Marcelia Smith Marsha Smith Caroline Soley Marta Tan n er, Armando Thomas, Clyde Thompson Keith Wallace, John Watt ley, Roberto Whi taker Cynthia White Undia Willies Emma Yohros Mar cio Coles Angela Rainey

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CRISTOBA L JUNIOR VAR SITY BAND The J V Band mainly consists of tenth and eleventh grader s who ha ve graduated from Beginners Band and are preparing to go on to Senior Band Pete Almodovar David Beach Carlos Beatty Tati Bilgray, John Bowerman Maite Ca l vo. Stacy Ca re y Jaime C l aus Kinon Coles Chris Conway Alvia Cotto. Patty Cowles. Penny Davison, Greg DeB oe r Billy Dewhurst. Thoma s Eckel, Ruth F erro Mayra Flores Terry Flynn Ted Gadbois Christl Geidner, Bobb y Gehringer, Omar Gould, Le s lie Griffin, Malinda Hayn es Yolanda H owell David Hud son. Anna Iglesias G r ace Jones M a ria KUras, Denny Light Vivian Madura. Karen Manl ey Usha Mayani lisa McQu illen Elida Mesa Yvette ModesUn Tom Overst re et Wayne P eart. Emma Perez Pamela Pratt, Mike Rigby, Angel Rockwell, Dee Rounsaville, Akis Sanche z Jerry Saunde r s Billy Snider Jay Tho mas. L esa Walker, Ray Wats on. Wilfreda Whitaker. Sonia White. Kenneth Whitfield. Turek Yaa fer Ma i n o r Yocum.

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MOST TALENTED NANCY RANKIN AND ALLEN MOTT Runners-up Richard Kellogg and Lourdes De La Garza 100

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M a u ry a R idge Kim Kirby CHS SA OFFICERS 1980-1981 Maurya Ridge President ; Yvette Valentine Vice-President ; Kim Kirby Secretary ; Gwynne Dur yea, Treasurer Gwynn e Duryea

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L to R : Lana Elmufti, Stephanie Follett Donna Watson, Paul Overstreet, lann Sanchez, John Bowerman Henry De la Garza, Danielle Barriteau Stacey Follett, Camellia King Representatives Get The Job Done It took many long hard hours and weeks of campaigning before the students best suited to fill the positions as President Vice PreSident Secretary, and Trea surer were elected. The Student Association has existed and been a very important function of Cristobal for many years. It's purpose is for students to exchange ideas among themsleves so that the necessary changes of the school can be made The S.A. Representatives worked together with the officers in order to try and meet the demands of the students. If dependability is what you want we ve got it, so rest assured with us We get things done with punctuality cooperation, and most of all with class. L to R: Glen Watson Michele Rascon Daniel Lowinger, Sanid Rankin Pam Pratt Front : Stacey Patton Lisa Palumbo, Imy Plunk ett, Alan Eckel.

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104 Left to right: A Moran L. Yohros, L. Sanchez J Leggett K Fields H Harjani, K. Tirando G Jones, B. Tseng J Portilla Dr. DeSoto R Carreon L. Villareal E. Trejos C White E. Yohros C King A Costopangiotis, D Willette M Haynes C Coykendall, A Martinez FRENCH CLUB The French Club spent this year doing man y e x citing things Under the direction of Dr DeSoto they went Christmas caroling to various clas s rooms around the school. All students who have any interest in the French language and culture were encouraged by Dr. DeSoto to be a member of the club

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The Lonely road home. LUNCH TIME!! SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club did many exciting th ings this year. Their ma in event was a trip to Barro Colorado where they learn ed more about the Smithsoni an. Th e Science Club sponsor is Mr. R eeves S Follett S Sorenson K. Wessling A. Mott, D Beach K Walla ce, C King N Rankin Sponsor Mr. Reeves Not Pictured : Trudy Kim

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MOST DEPENDABLE BILL WILLETTE AND LOURDES DE LA GARZA Runners-up Melissa Knoop and Dave Graham 106

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L to R: Lourdes de la Garza Allen Moll, Stephanie Brookhart Paul Overstreet, Darrell Hobson Camelia King Stamatis Kitras, Nancy Rankin Maurya Ridge Paul Mayani, Roberto Whitaker. Not pictured : Sheila Martin. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is an elite club whose members are chosen on the basis of leadership scholarship service, and character. A prospective candidate must possess the four mentioned qua li ties and demonstrate them super bly Being invited to become a member of the National Honor Societ y sets a CHS student apart from his classmates A member must maintain the high standards set b y the Society or he may at any time be remo ve d from its membership. Our local chapter of the National Honor Society is based on the standards of National Honor Societies throughout high schools in the United States. 107

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YEARBOOK STAFF 80-81 Striving for a panoramic view of this years events at CHS is the new Yearbook Staff This year the Journalism class as well as some experienced veterans of yearbook publishing in the past have again conquered trying deadlines abstract cropping techniques plus tedious and complex layouts to bring you an exceptional yearbook The theme revolves around seasons We here in Panama know all about seasons of rain and dryness but what about the seasons of life? This is what this year s book is about feelings in you that relate to a season in l ife.

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This year s sponsor is Ms Sue Stab l er, who dishes out deadlines left and right. She is also the staff's backbone and supporting spirit. A special thanks goes to Mr. William Gansen for his co operation patience, and diligent ser vice in taking pictures for the yearbook The yearbook staff is : Susan Bowerman Editor ; Karen Mizra chi and Janie Flores typists ; Traci Cook, Maurya Ridge Maureen Con very Cathy Necessary, Cathy Healey Christy Conelly Bill Willette Winfred Hancock Sharyn Martin Leyda Bal meceda la y out crew 109

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DRAM A CLUB 1 The Drama Club has out done itself this year not only by presenting two outstanding plays, Up the Down Staircase and Where the Lilies Bloom but also by undergoing a period of transition from Mr. Bock to Ms. Helmling without even a ripple of change in their excellent work for the sc hool. L R : Ms Helmling B Willette, T Troutman C Renno H. de la Garza K Wallace Y Valentine L. Troutman R Haynes S. Follett S. Tollett L. de la Garza A Mott, M Knoop C King M Graham C. Jackman, J Rowell, C Healey L. Elmufti. THESPIANS THESPIANS, pictured below, are the elite of the drama gruop. L-R: S Mendenhall, B. Willette L. Elmufti, A. Mott, Y. Valentine, C King, K. Wallace, Ms. Helmling, R. Haynes, S. Follett, M raham, M. Knoop, J. Rowell, H. de la Garza, C. Healey, L. de la Garza, S. Follett Not pictured: M. Rowell, L. Griffin. John O Rowell III

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Charles Helm Sponsor Mr. Helm demonstrating AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB The CHS Audio-Visual Club is geared mainly towards students in the seventh and eighth grades With the aid of Mr. Helm their sponsor these students attempt to learn all they possibly can about the many types of audio visual machines Members are, left to right: Byron Harp Eri c Love Terry Flynn Alan Eckel Imogene Plunkett

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Left to right : Commander Dina Gehringer Co-Commander Donna Watson Cathy Necessary Dee Bredenkamp Marilyn Sepulvado Grace Jones, Lena Tr o utman Penn y David so n L our des Villareal M y rna Shuff Machelle Dailey Angelica Alleyne T ina Powell Jennie Valentine, Len a Sanchez Lisa McQuillen Sheila McDaniel Tita Tanner. Sheri Frady -not p ic tured Dina leading her troops

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CHS GIRLS Drill Team The Drill Team got off to a slow start this year The traditional marching at the Jamboree was broken since many of the girls didn t have their whole uniform. The first time they performed was on October to and they had an exceptional performance The girls organize their own practices and make up their own routines The y are sponsored by Mrs. Tanner.

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S ec ond Platoon 114 R.O.T.C Color Guard: Allan Cook Lawrence Rouns av ille Jimmy Moebus, Darrell Hobson 1st Platoon : A Alleyne-PII. Ldr . M Evans-1 sqd tdr., F Trejos S Huiett M Brandenburg A. Hartley G Sharer. R Whitaker -2 nd Sqd. Ldr., B Weal, A. Parnell R Jardine M Blackman G Ferro K Pratt. M Reece-3rd Sqd Ldr. P Reece E Banks, V Edmund. F Juarez J Wattley, A. Landers, K Coles A Howell-Pit Sgt. 2nd. Platoon : S Tong PIt. ldr., G Reece A. Clark, V Mayani, S Martin, C Beatty W Peart F Steel-2nd Sqd Ldr . H Munoz G Johansson, S Martin, T Newman T Gibson Y Thompson S Cumberbatch-3rd Sqd. Ldr . F Fraiz Girls Drill Team : C Soley-Co. C Gray S Graham. M Adamson. V Brown, l. Ramirez C Gray M. Goodridge, S Romero, G P owelL Boy s Drill Team : W Hancock-Co., K. Brookhart, R Haynes C Blanchard J. Robson S Clarke D Lankford, J Gray, H Sostand, N Smith, A. Thompson Boys Drill Team

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G.A.A. "You gotta fight!" The Girls Athletic Association is a group of girls who have a high potential in sports To be in this club each girl must letter in a varsity sport or compete in 3 intramural sports During the initiation one may see girls with cold cream smeared on their faces with raggedy and torn costumes. The initiation days are full GAA members are : Jean Corrigan, Kelly Kirby Stacy Carey Vania Evans, Lisa T y ree Charissa Pretto Kelly Hoover. of embarrassment and humiliation for the new girls but provide lots of laughs for the oldies The GAA sponsors the Homecoming Dance each year, which this year was held at the Elks Club in Margarita. Performance as a club contributes greatly to school spirit. Mrs. Harris is the club sponsor.

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Standi n g left to right: W Clark J Adema, M Wilkinson U Real M Smith O Tom B Willette J Davis L. Walker P Claus Seated : K Mcquillen C Gray K Kirby S Kitras K Mayani CHS 1980-81 Lettermen are the outstanding students who have proved their talents in various varsity or in tramural sports In order to accom -LETTERMEN p l ish this standing, both the m a l es and females must prove valuable to their team and be active in a percent of the game s played

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MOST ATHLETIC MAURICIO CHING AND FELICIA GREY Runners-up Richard Carreon and Maurya Ridge 120

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All-Isthmian : Richard Carreon PALM BOW L 1980 The Palm bowl was held o n November 14 at Balboa Stadium where all-stars from the three teams battled against the College Devils Representing Cristobal High School were Paul Overstreet Rick Romney Marcelo Smith a nd All Isthmian Richard Carreon. All proceeds from the game went to charity ALL-ZONE PLAYERS Marcelo Smith Rick Romney Paul Overstreet 121

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GIRLS BASKETBALL The Basketball Team members are from left to right. kneeling : A Iglesias. F Gray. G Newsome. M Iglesias. M Iglesias. M Smit h Back row: Mrs Harris C. San chez K Hoover V Evans. L. Balmaceda C Prett o L. Tyree. C Holland T K raemer and A Ford. The Gir l's Basketball Team under the co ach i ng of Mrs HarriS fin i shed the season in second place The y had an outstanding team with great o ffensive scorers like Marvel Iglesis and Vannia Evans and great defensive pla y ers like Kell y Hoover and lisa T y ree It was a great season and n ex t y ear they hope to bring home the first place trophy.

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CHS BOYS BASKETBALL 198 0-1981 The CHS Tiger s Boys Basketball Team had a rough season thi s year Th ey worked hard maintained their drive and n ever lost spirit, but in the end, with a one win-eight l oss record they were just no match for the P acif ic S ide. Action powered shots teamwork and excellent coach ing were all there and we can only hope that next yea r will be a better year for our boys Coach Dede aux Terry Pat ese l Rick Romney Rolando Hemmings, David Renno Alfredo Haughton Mauricio Ching Lamire Schmeglar, Gary Wallace R ick Ortiz Marcelo Smit h Robert Kredell Antonio Hartle y

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Team members standing : Paul Overstreet, Maricio Ching, Osvaldo Tom Antonio Hartley Coach Dedeaux sitting : Piero Reece, Orlando Pontel Gar y Wallace David Renno Marcelo Smith Terry Patesel, Michael Davis Coach : Mr. Dedeaux BASEBALL '81 This year s Baseball team though a little smaller than last years, showed the drive and determina tion to strive for a winning season at any cost. Though there were few returning players the gaps were filled by experienced players with years of baseball under their belts. This year's coach was Mr. Dedeaux who took his turn at trying to make the Tiger Baseball team into the champions of '8t.

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A huddle full of spirit! GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Girls Voll ey b all comes at suc h a l ate tim e in th e school year th at o u r s t aff d ecided to fea tur e l ast year s team Th at t h ey were quick thinkers, fas t movers and alwa ys o n t he ir gu ard made good players out of the Girl s Volleyball Team Th ey showed professionali s m th e ir drive and zeal a nd Mrs Harris, their coach claims th ey were good listeners out on the volleyball court. Thr o ugh th e i r good serves and excellent spik es, thes e Tigerettes were great! Front: L-R : Diedra Hamilton Glenda Judgins Magaly Francis Middle : L-R : Marvel Iglesias Vannia Evans Deni s Smith Ivette Thompson Back : L-R : Vicky Burrell Rita Rockwell Lyda Balmaceda Kelly Hoover, Kimberly Ford Mrs. Harris 129

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130 BOYS VARSITY TENNIS The Boys Varsity Tennis Team practiced long hard hours every day after school to make the season a good one The tennis matches were extended to nine from six to make the season longer and more exciting. This year's team was coached by Bob Mowery L to R: Mike Graham Chris Blanchard Terry Patesel Mike Wilkenson, Cyril Gray Allen Mott, Tank Davis Lange Jacobs, John Kirby Mike Mowery, Mr. Mowery

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Left to right: Heidi Hinz Stacey Follett Kelly Kirby, Melissa Knoop Vania Evans Mrs Harris Not pictured are Michelle Modestin, Trudy Kim, and Krista Wessling GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS This years girls tennis team prac ticed long and hard every day lifting weights and challenging each other for a tough season The matches totaled nine this season, and with the help of a great coach, Mrs Harris the Tiger Team had a good shot at the number one spot!

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HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL 1980 The Heavyweight football team members are as follows: Back row to front left to right, Coach Bill Chadwick Pablo Coach Craine Coach Dave Gilbert S Best, A Lopez C Small F Ramsey J Berry:, R Watson W Peart J Bowerman N Smith, F Cover R Clarke T. Reynolds E. Banks L. Downer J Palma G Rodriguez T Mendenhall, T Newman V Kentish D Parris, D. Raymond P Baza J Wattley G. Lane J Lopez T. Healey, E Fennell J Schwartz O Lorenz, K. Lorenz Not Pictured: G Wallace, Heavyweight cheerleaders 1980 were : Lee Zieske Tracy O Neil Diane Machine Sharon Green Sylvia Almedina Yolanda Howell, Patty Cowles Eli Lopez.

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134 L to R : Brenda Jennings Marcella Lane Kenneth Witfield Glen Watson Alfredo Haughton, Dionisio Raymond Rolando Hemmings Antonio Hartley Armando Thomas Center row: S haron Jennings, Michele Modestin, Lyda Balmaceda Kelly Hoover Ricardo Romney, Samuel Clark Gwen Newsome Jerome Sims, Pam Pratt Rolando Clark, Jerry Saunders Center row: Mark Rowell, Nicki Duryea Cynthia White Jorge Burgess, Vannia Evans, Gary Wallace Angel Ford, Steve Necessary Gladys Lloyd, Sharon Redman Mitchell Williams Darcy Scott Sonya White Front row: Elida Meza Jeff Adema Piero Reece Ricardo Ortiz Yvette Modestin LaVerne Laguna Marcelo Smith TRACK This year the JV Track Team was composed of students from grades 7 through 11. They showed selfdiscipline, determination, and stamina on the team with each member taking personal pride in his event. Each partic i pant looked forward to the season with much enthusiasm The team had rugged pract ice sessions where they ran at least a mile every day did muscle loosening exercises and took part in a we i ght lifting program The team made an excellent showing at the meets during the season, under the skilled coachi ng of Mr. Henry Jones.

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Alfredo Haugton Chris Troutman Ricardo and Steve The Terrible Trio Moving out for CHS ')

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136 CHS 1981 SOCCER TEAM A fan of the ever growing sport of soccer or to some football," is Mr. Will who again coached the CHS Soccer team to a fruitful season His b i ggest problem was gelling this yea r s team into shape but experience was gained through rough practices There were no real cha nge s in the team s s t rategy except adding another forward and a beller mid-field There were returning veteran s of the Varsity Soccer team from last year and some rookies who joined right in to get the job don e Coach Will is a Lo s Angeles Azt ex fan and enjoys soccer more than any other sport except maybe jogging running spri nting Osvaldo Tom ... Coach : Mr. Will

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1980 Swim Team Members are : Uba Real, Ricky Trees Terry Forrest Scot Slimon William McAllister Luis Bosch, Scott Brown, Tom Overstreet Denise McAllister Francisco Burac Lourdes De La Garza, Yvette Modestine Iris McAllister Tita Tanner Nickey Duryea Gena Stinnett.

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RETRATOS PROFESIONAl.S MATRIMONIOS FIESTAS ENRIQUE MORA FOTOGRAFO COMRCIALES POSTERS CAUE 10 ENTRE BALIIOA Y AVE. DEL FRENTE TEL 47 7175 COMPLIMENTS FROM THE FRENCH BAZAAR COLON CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1981 CAMARA MARITIMA DE PANAMA CRISTOBAL, R.DE P. CANAL POST C APTAINS OFFICE CRISTOBAL R.L. CURRIE E.F. MOOCHLER J. DAVIS V. CONVERY B. GEWIN WM HOPKINS 141

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142 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1981 PANAMA AGENCIES COMPANY P. O. Box: 5097. CRISTOBAL. PANAMA

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COMPLIMENTS OF ELBERT S. WAID POST NO.2 THE AMERICAN LEGION FRANK A. MCINTYRE COMMANDER ELBERT S WAID CLUB 'QIqe J\m erica n 1fie.sion P. O BOX 1892 CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE COMPLIMENTS OF AUDIO RAMA B. NARAINDAS S.A. I. VISHINDAS S.A. CASA DE CIMBIO AUDIO CENTRO DE PANAMA S.A. COMPLIMENTS OF { 4723 TELS. 4 7 G(R [NTE PROPIETARI A APAFlTADO 294 COL.ON. REP. DE PANAMA 143

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1981 C.B. FENTON AND CO. BOX 5025 CRISTOBAL, REPUBLICA DE PANAMA 144

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5HIP5RGENT, Wah the @(J-Inplimenh 61 @. {Jetnie and @ompanlj, dne. f!.cuilJhal find rJJalhca rJapu61u 61 qJanama W ITH THE O F A!";SOCIA'1'EIl STEAMSHIP AGE:-iTS, I.TII. AT THE PANAMA CANAL P O Box 5027, Crislobal, R P Teleph o nes 45-0461 4 50462 145

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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FROM THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE LODGE #1542 COURTESY OF CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI 1941

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SONY AKAI SANSUI MARANTZ COMPLIMENTS OF I. L. MADURO, JR. ZONA LIBRE SILVER YASHICA OLYMPUS NIKON 149

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COMPLIMENTS OF WILFORD AND McKAY S.A. Hinton. to the Home Ec Department! P O Box 209 Telephone 47-0168 55 Front Street 55 ALDAO PANAMA HAT STORE Colon. Republic of Panama WE SELL : ALLIGATOR BILLFOLDS TYPICAL WALL HANGINGS GUATEMALA JACKETS WOOD CARVINGS LEATHER SANDALS AND MANY OTHER SOUVENIRS OF PANAMA We specialize in the World famous MONTE CRISTI HATS and the SAN BLAS INDIAN MOLA COMPLIMENTS OF FARMACIA PENGELLY, S.A. CALLE 10 Y AVENIDA DEL FRENTE EDIF ICIO RENFRESA APDO 1413 Tel. 47-8901 Farmaceutico : Lic. LUCIANO A MICHINEAU B 151

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FORLACOL, S. A. SEGUROS Y SERVICIOS APARTADO POSTAL 11 COL O N 3, REP. DE PANAMA CABLE : FORLACOL TELEFONOS : 45-4447 45-4635 LlC PJ-178 TO THE CLASS OF '81 FAIR WINDS AND CALM SEAS FROM PANAMA CANAL PILOTS BRANCH C. H. TA YLOR, BRANCH AGENT J. F. McKEEN, SECRETARY-TREASURER G A MARK HAM, ASSISTANT BRANCH AGENT 152

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PANAMA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1981 FROM SUPERMARKETS REY COLON 153

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COMPLIMENTS OF NORTON LILY & CO. (PANAMA) INC. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1981 BAND PARENTS ASSOCIATION OF CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL CONGRA TULATIONS TO 1981 CLiNICA DENTAL ROSANIA AVENIDA DEL FRENTE TEL: 47-7603 ALMACEN SU RANY S. A. P.O. BO X 503 COLON FRENCH LINE COMPAGNIE GENERALE MARITIME APARTADO 5015 CRISTOBAL R DE P Bill Willette David Beach, Jennie V alen tine, Richa rd H aynes, Stephanie Follett S t ephe n Tong Missing are : Arlene N o rton D ave Riordan and Greg DeBoer YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPH ERS 1 5 5

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156 ALL ZONE BAS EBALL PLAYERS MAU R I CIO CHING AND WILLIE CLARK COMPLIMENTS OF THE Y.M.C.A. DENTAL CLINIC IBANEZ DR. RICARDO IBANEZ DENTAL SURGEON CONSUL TORIO : CALLE 11, AVE. DEL FRENTE CASA 10. 096 (ALTOS) EDIFICIO ARBIOX APTO NO 11 COLON (PREVIA CITA) CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1981 FROM: CLUB V.I.P BAR-RESTAURANT

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CONGRATULATI ON S TO THE CLASS OF 1981 FROM BOYD STEAMSHIP CORP. P.O. BOX 5077 CRISTOBAL, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA 157

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CO NGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1981 FROM LOS CRIST ALES Bar-Restaurante EXECUTIVE LUNCHES: FRENCH CUISINE EVENINGS BAR-B-QUE BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1981 FROM THE GATUN RESIDENTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE COMPLIMENTS OF PANAMA CANAL YACHT CLUB 158 GOOD-BYE MRS. McNAUGHTON

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COMPLIMENTS FROM .. a!-rYJeJC!JCJ B.T. MAYAN I,S.A. NATIONAL PANASONIC HITACHI TECHNICS TRIDENT SILVANO CONIC KASUGA B.T. MAYANI, S.A. IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS P.O. BOX 2048 P.O. BOX 336 COLON, FREE ZONE COLON-PANAMA TEL: 45-2900-2626 CABLES: BHACWAN 45-2482-2771 A 45-2802 TELEX: TRT 9226 WUI 8838 BMC RCA OSTER Home Appliances ECHOLAC Luggage 159

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BEST WIS HES TO THE CL ASS OF 198 1 FROM THE GATUN RESIDE NTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Chr isty C o n elly W i nner o f the V o i c e of Democracy contest 160 Compliments of the COCO SOLO LIONS CLUB CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1981 GRADUATES OF CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL FROM THE GATUN SADDLE CLUB

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BEST DRESSED KUMAR MAYANI AND TRUDY KIM Runners-up Kim Fields and Stamis Kitras 162

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SENIOR CANDIDS THE BEST GRADUATING CLASS OF CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL!!!1981

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AUTOGRAPHS OUR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS FUTURE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1981 FROM THE COCO SOLO-FRANCE FIELD RESIDENTS' ADVISORY COMMITTEE President ........................ ...... ........................ ........ Robert L. Melrose 1st Vice President .... ...................... .................... . ............ . .... Richard Bjorneby 2nd Vice President .............................. . ............................. . ............... . . ........ Jo Ridge Secretary ................................... ... ... ........... .................. .............. . ...... ............... Sharon Monheit Treasurer .... ........... . ................. ....................... ........ ....... ............. .............. Charlie Flynn We invite ali residents to come to our town meetings which are held the 2ND TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH IN THE MEETING HALL IN THE COCO SOLO POST OFFICE ANNEX Anyone may attend this open public meeting COME AND VOICE YOUR OPINION YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. 165

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166 SEN IOR STATISTICS LEYDA RADUEL BALMACEDA February 24 1962 Colon, Rep. of Panama Yearbook Staff 4 ENEIDA BOWEN Novem ber 15, 1963 Coco Sola Canal Zone Costumes 4 SUSAN KATHERINE BOWERMAN December 11, 1962 Baytown, Texas French Club 3, Caribe Club 1 2,3 4 Year b ook Staff 2 3 4 Thespians 2 .3,4, Drama 1 Freshman Class Vice-President Senior Class President 4 CHS Girls Drill Team 2. Varsity Cheerleader 3 Soccer In!ramurals 1 2 Homeroom Representative 1 2 ,3, 4 Jr. Sr Prom Committee Christmas Formal Committee. Homecoming Court. MAURICIO ROGELIO CHING July 11, 1962 Colon Republic of Panama Basketball 4 Ba seball 3,4 GILBERTO CINTRON August 27. 1963 Republi c of Panama Baseball 3 Soccer 4 Basketball 3, Swimmer 1 WILLIAM CLARK March 31. 1963 Ancon. Canal Zone CClub 3 JV Trac k 2 Baseball 3,4 Fo o tball 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Homeroom Representative 1.2.4 TRACI LYNN COOK October 2 1963 Santa Maria California Senio r Board of Directors 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Gymnastics 1,2, Softball 1 ,2, Cheerleading 4. Ba seba ll Manager 4 NEISA VICTORIA CORTEZ May 18, 1963 Coco Solo, Ca nal Zone Girls Drill Team 1 2 Volleyball 1 CHARLES DAILEY March 7 1 963 North Carolina JOHN RAYMOND DAVIS November 22 1962 Troy North Carolina CClub Track 2 Fo o tball 3,4, Soccer 3 4 Jun io r B oa rd of D i rector s 3 Cayuco 2,3 LOURDES DE LA GARZA March 22. 1964 Panama Ci t y Republic of Panama Hispani c Club 4 Nur ses Aide s 1 Drama C lub 1 2.4. The spia n s 4 Caribe Club 2 French Club 2 Sc ience C lub 2 Swi m Team 2 Senior Board of Dire c tor s 4 National Honor Socie ty 4 S A Sec retary 2 Homero o m Alternate 2 MARITZA ELENA EVANS May 15. 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone JROTC Drill Team 1 2 .3.4. Track manager 1 MYRNA I. FLORES August 25, 1964 Wurzburg Germany Scie n ce Club 2.4, Spanish Club 4 French Club 2, Swimming 2, Tra ck 1 ALLAN FORTE October 19, 1961 Coco Solo Canal Zone KIMBERLY R FIELDS July 16. 1964 Leabenon Tenne ssee French Club 2 4 Hom eroo m Alternate 4 STACEY DOWNES FOLLETT August 12, 1963 Montpelier Vermont Junior Class Treasurer 3. Junior board of Dir ecto r s 3, Senior Board of Directors 4 Yearbook Staff 3, Varsity Tennis 3.4, Soccer Manager 2. Basketball Manager 3,4, Cheerleader 1 2 Homeroom Repre sen tative 1,3.4 JUANA ENEIDA FORDE July 26 1963 Colon Republic of Panama ROTC Girls Drill Team 1 ,2 TERRY ALLEN FORREST November 22, 1962 Coco Solo. Canal Zone Chess Club 4 Science Club 4 Senior Board of Directors 4 Swim team 3, JV Track 2, Cayuco 2 3 4 DAVE GRAHAM No vem ber 22, 1962 Ludington Michigan FELICIA GRAY May 22, 1962 Portsmith Virginia Pep Club 1 2 Track 1 Basketball 2.4, Softba ll 1 2 3 4 Volleyball 4 RICHARD HAYNES March 31, 1963 Martinsv i lle Virginia Photo Club 4, Chess Club 4, Science Club 1 Thespian 4, Senior Board of Directors 4, ROTC Drill Team 1 ,2,3, 4 Yearbook Staff 2 CATHERINE ANN HEALEY March 7 1964 Ancon, Canal Zone Nur ses ,Aides 1 Caribe Club 2 Science Club 2 4 Thespians 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Board of Director s 4 Baseball Manager 4 DIANE HERES October 8 1963 Sefat, I s rael H ispa nic Club 4 Nur ses A i d 1 2 Trad ewi nd S taff 2,3 Scie nce Club 1 Senio r Board of D i rector s 4 DARRELL HOBSON December 1 1963 Bethesda. Maryland JROTC 3,4, Rangers 3,4, Drama Club 4 Science Club 4, National Honor Society 4 RICHARD JAMES KELLOGG February 17, 1963 Mt. Holly New Jersey Art 1, Archery 1 Swimming 2 Crafts 2 Rugb y 1 2 Tennis 2 CAMELLIA KING April 16, 1963 Honolulu Hawaii Debate Team 2 ,3, Foren sics Team 2.3, Science Club 4 National Honor Society 4 French Club 4 Thespian s 3 4 Synchronized Swimming Team 1 2 Homeroom Representative 4, Se n ior Board of D i rectors 4 ST AMA TIS A KITRAS October 25, 1963 Athens Greece Science Club, ACHA Association 3,4 Spanish Club 1 2,3,4 National Honor Society 4, Varsity Soccer 3 4 Ba se ball 1,2 Golf 1 2 3 Homeroom Repre se ntative 1, Senior Board of Directors 4 MELISSA CATHERINE KNOOP January 7 1963 Denver, Colorado Thespian 2.3,4, Drama Club 1,2, 3 4 Science Club 3,4, Art Club 4. Yearbook Staff 3, Varsity Tennis 3,4, Soccer Manager 1 2 4 Junior Board of Directors 3, Senior Board of Directors 4, Senior Class Vice President Homecom ing Court 4. PAULINA LEWIS June 8 1963 Coco Solo Canal Zone Costumes 4 Senior Board of Directors 4, JROTC 1,2, Basketball Manager 4 Tennis Manager 4, Volleyball Manager 4 Track Manager, Sunday School Teacher, Leg io n of Mary CYO SHEILA MARTIN October 24 1963 Fort Bragg North Carolina Spanish Club 2,3, Art Club 1 Science Club 4 Athletic Club 1 National Honor Society 4 Cheerleader 1 KUMAR MAYAN I CClub 2,4, Track 1 Soccer 2 4 Senior B oa rd of D ir ectors PAUL MAYANI February 15. 1964 Colon Republic of Panama National Honor Society 4 PRITHAM MAYAN I December 19, 1962 Colon Republic of Panama

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KAREN MIZRACHI February 27. 1963 Coco Solo. Canal Zone French Club 2. Soccer Intramurals 1. Yearbook Staff 3.4. Senior Board of Directors 4. Homecoming Court 4 Office Assistant 4 ALLEN L. MOTT March 15. 1963 Olney Illinois Science Club 3.4. Thespian 3 4 National Honor Society 3.4. Football 2 Tennis 3.4. Baseball 2 Homeroom Representative 2.3 Christmas Formal Decorating Committee. Float Committee 4 Rules Committee 4 CATHERINE LYNNE NECESSARY June 21. 1963 Mountain Home. Ark a n s a s Drama Club 3. CHS Girls Drill Team 4 Yearbook Staff, Girls Varsity Tennis 3 Junior Board of Directors 3 Senior Board of D irectors 4 Senior Class Secretary 4 Jamboree Queen 4 PAUL JOSEPH OVERSTREET February 21. 1963 Coco Solo Canal Zone C-Club 3.4. Science Club 3.4. National Honor Society 3.4. Caribe Club 3.4. Football 3 4 Baseball 3.4. Track 1, Junior Board of Directors. Senior Board of Directors, Homeroom Representative 1 2 3.4 NANCY ANN RANKIN October 3 1963 Coco Solo Canal Zone National Honor Society 3 4 Science Club 4 Caribe Club 3 4 Junior Board of Directors. Senior Board of Dire ctors 4 Yearbook Staff 2. Christmas Formal Decoration Committee 4 Homecoming Court 4 Junior Senior Prom Decoration Committee 4 MAURYA T RIDGE August 1 1963 Coco Solo, Canal Zone Caribe Club 2.3. French Club 3 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Nat i onal Honor Society 4 Homecoming Court 4 Varsity Cheerleader 1 2 .3.4. Soccer Intramurals. Volleyball intramurals. Varsity Tennis 3 Homeroom Representative 1 2 3 SA President 4 Sophomore Class Vice-President Junior Class President Junior Board of Directors. Senior Board of Directors, Float Commi ttee 2 3 Christmas Formal Decorating Committee 4 MARILYN SUE SEPULVADO January 12 1963 Port Lavaca Te x as CHS Girls Drill Team 4 MYRNA YVONNE SHUFF June 28, 1963 Schwaibish Hall Germany Drama Club 1. French Club 4 Red Dog Inn 2 ,3.4. Chicken Coop 1 2 3 4 GYC 2 ,3,4, Tarpon Club 4 Aids 2.3 Lonely Hearts Club 1 2 3 Senior Board of Directors, CHS Girls Drill Team 4 MARTA L. TANNER December 1 1964 Tucson Arizona Soccer 1 2 Swimming 2 Band Con cert Decorating Committee 2 Christma s Formal Decorating Committee 4 OSVALDO TOM JR April 4 1962 Colon Republi c o f P a n a ma ACHA Association 1 .2, 3 4 C-Club 3,4. Track 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Football 4 Ba s eball 4 Socc er 3 ,4 JENNIE L VALENTINE January 3 1963 Brooklyn. New Y o rk Athletic Alliance 1 Photography 3,4, Track and Field 1 CHS Girl s Drill T e am 4 LOURDES VILLARREAL January 12 1963 DaVi d Pan a m a Science Club 2 French Club 2 4 ROBERTO E WHITAKER Ja nu a r y 10 1 964 Coco Solo, Ca n al Zone JRO T C 2. 4 B a nd 2, 4 Natio n al Honor Socie t y 4, Soccer 4 W ILLI AM ARTHUR WIL LETT E Febru a r y 1 1963 New O rl eans. Louisi a n a Drama C lub 3.4, Tradewind 2. Yearbook Staff 4 JROT C Range rs 1,2 Tenn is 3, Football 4 Soccer 4. Junior Boa r d of Dir ectors. S enior B oard of Directors, Soph omore C l ass Secret ary. Juni o r C l ass Vi cePr esident, Se nior Class Treasurer. RAY WISE August 17 1 9 61 Bilo xi, M iss i ssippi C-Club 3 4 Fo o tball Team 3, 4 Soccer 4 Cay uco 3 ,4 Div ing 4 GU S ZIESKE M a r c h 2 1 19 6 3 C l ev el a nd Ohi o N a tional Honor Socie t y 4 S p a n is h Club 1 S enior Board o f Dire ct o r s Congratulations to the early graduates. They are : Ja n ie Flo res. Monic a Real (Hono r Graduate) Ruth Miller. Not pictured are Robert Kredetl Len a Sa n c hez and Dwa y n e L ove Good Luck to all! 1 6 7

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168 In the past six years at Cristobal High School we have all gathered many memories Remember when Mrs. Stabler gave Maurya Ridge a kitten for Christmas? And when we all marched out of the schoo l and all th e way to Gatun Locks to protest the Treaty? Later we attended a solemn flag l owe ring ceremony marking the accomplishment of that sa me Treat y On the lighter side we remember all the Gatun Yach t Club parties and wild train rides across the Isth mu s to go to football game s These and endless other memories are treasures we hold in our hearts A yearbook is foremost a memory book and as yearbook editor for the past two years I have tried i n all ways to capture your happenings The wo rk ha s not often bee n fun and it has sometimes left me totally frustrate d but it has at all times been a labor of lov e W e now go on to gather new memories yet I hope the ones reflected on the s e pages will remain a part o f us Sincere ly, Susan Bowerman