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Courage shouts at trial and pain
A glad "Hurrah" despite the rain.
With grace, a godly light shines through
This window that now honors you.


Melissa Knoop, we dedicate this yearbook to you.
As a school we've recognized your strength as
you've been

... struggling with pain,

... praying for answers,

... living in victory over Hodgkins disease.


Melissa Knoop 1981 C.H.S. graduate


Dottie and Vince Ridge


Dottie and Vince Ridge, we as a school, salute
your Tiger spirit. Even when parents, teachers
or students aren't at game and school events,
we can count on you attending. We've
remembered you as you, Vince, have been heard

... coaching from the announcer's box, "Don't
catch that ball. Don't catch that ball."

... encouraging the fans to shout a mighty
"Hurrah!" as you signal the crowd with
your famous, "Give me a T. Give me an I.
Give me a G. Give me a E. Give me a RI"

... officiating baseball and football for
thousands of Canal area kids.


Manifested in you two
Is "Tiger Spirit," tried and true.
Now comes our time to cheer your name
With this great window into fame.





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cries,


"Tropics ahoyl"


From the "S.S. Cristobal," our passage of joy.






From the porthole of the "SB.S Cristobal,"
world adventurers to Panama later recall

... engineering magnificence,

... glistening waterways,

... exploding sunsets.


Tugboats, powered either by steam or diesel, are driven by engines
with as much as 8,500 horsepower and are usually from 65 to over
100 feet long. These essential boats tow long lines of barges which
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when the Gamboa lighthouse was first built in 1914, the beacons
rere powered by acetylene gas which was later converted to
electric power. With the widening of the Gailliard Cut in 1979,
se of the lighthouses was discontinued.


The $20 million Thatcher Ferry Bridge was dedicated in 1962
and remains one of the highest bridges worldwide over
navigable waterways.
















Visitors dream in our paradise; we are forever
and mysteriously charmed by its spell.




Window to fashion, our showcase display,
Clothes paint the picture, a typical day.


Students, wearing the latest
garb, decorate school halls with
colors and styles


... sporting "Gloria
built" jeans,

... meandering to c
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... instigating new fashions,
perhaps soon to be forgot-
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Peering through windows as tourists might do,

Enchanted by scenes, both the old and the new.


The stained glass medallion, housed in the old Civil Affairs
building, combines wing and propeller motif with the U.S. and
Panama flags against flags of all nations in the Pan American
Union. The motif reminds that the building was once an
airport.

In 1618 the Porto
Bello we know was
called Felipe de
Portobelo and had
180 houses in the
main town. It was
the site of many
bloody raids with
its 17-cannon line
in Fort San Fer-
nando and finally
became the rest-
ing place of Sir
Francis Drake.


Viewing the ruins of Old Panama City awakens memories
buried by time. For three centuries, Panama was the most
luxurious city in Central and South America. Prosperity
continued until the city was destroyed in 1671 by the English
buccaneer Sir Henry Morgan.






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The Goethals structure, symbolic in concept, rises from a reflecting pool representing the Continental Divide.
The basins on each side represent the Panama Canal locks with water spilling from them to join the waters
of Gatun Lake with the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.


Tourists jostle in Panama's chivas,
best views

... grasping at the waterways,

... feeling connected to the past,


vying for


... marveling at Panama's artistry.





Anxious, we wait for the noon bell to ring.
Window on food-it's our "savor-ite" thing.

The bell rings; books, formulas,
and map tests take second place
while all are seen

... scurrying for hot french
fries with gravy on top,

... wondering what mom
packed for lunch,

... hoping a MacDonald's
magically would appear in
the cafeteria.


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Window of beauty: the earth,


sea, and sky,


Encapsuled in time with technology's


eye.


The photographer tries to capture Panama's
essence, but instead finds himself

... surrendering to its peace,

... Luxuriating in its abundance,

... responding to its jungle murmuring.


Sprinkled along the Caribbean coast of Panama from the bay of
Mandinga to the Columbian border lie the palm-shaded islands of the
San Bias. The islands form an archipelago more than 100 miles long
with over 865 islands, "at least one for each day of the year."





































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The Las Crue Trail was a favorite crows-Isthmian route for early
Spanish explorers. It was again popularized in 1849 as gold
seekers rushed to California. After completion of the Panama
railroad in 1855, travel markedly declined. Today it is legend and
memory.


Parrots, with brilliant plumage and a power for imitative
speech, are noted for their raucous chirps throughout the
serene Jungle.


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Windows on thinkers, the star-gazing kind,
Reflecting and dreaming, great depths of the mind.
-Moments of introspection
hit and a journey into
dreams begins, as
students find themselves

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People adventure a faraway land,

Friend, share my window, take hold of my hand.
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People learn to live
Panama,


in sheltered, distant


... trying to understand the larger question of
why man has been born with different
colored skin, languages, and beliefs,

... grasping the difficult truths of loving each
other whether it be in a family, a
community, or a world,

... experiencing how each culture is uniquely
its own, with gifts and values to impart.
Sharing gifts and values with one another
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Carlton Aaron
"It's so hard to say
good-bye to yesterday with
its few memories of many
friends you hardly know
today. I know this time
must come for everyone to
part and to go separate
ways, but it's so hard to
say good-bye to yester-
day."
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Jeffrey Adema
"Being a senior is wanting to
go, but when the final day
arrives, you want to stay."


Marjorie Adamson
"Love is like sugar and
at other times, it recedes
to a mood of bitter-
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Danielle Barriteau
"A senior year can zoom
by like a V-8 Monza.
Taking curves into the
future and having a steady
pace up hills is necessary,
but in this senior year, we
know we are in the home
stretch."


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Elzibir Bonnick
"Love is a mosquito that
pinches so hard in the
middle of my heart. When
it does, I don't know if my
heart stays with me or
goes with the one I love."





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Vielka Brown
"To love is a virtue in
which humanity has com-
mitted itself to overwhelm-
ing extents of sacrifices
and great devotion. It's a
mystery!"






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Miriam Calvo
"Life is like a puzzle. You
keep adding one piece, one
after another as you grow.
Sometimes the pieces fall
into place; other times they
don't. The more pieces that
are added, the clearer the
picture becomes."


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Marleny Dunmoodie
"Love is a red rose which
faces the morning with
hope and radiance and
which, even in the midst of
a raging breeze, is willing
to keep on blooming, no
matter what."




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Dawn Chadwick
"Dreams are hoped for
reality."







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Christine Connelly
"Success is making a
touchdown instead of a
field goal and running that
extra mile."


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Gwynne Duryea
"Success is dependent
upon the attitude we hold.
A positive or a negative
one is for each of us to
choose. The choice we
make is the difference
between life as an eagle
flying into the light and an
ostrich with its head bur-
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Debra Egolf
"Friendship is like the
tides of an ocean with the
changing moons. It has its
constant swells, but rushes
towards you in the end.
Like the tides depend upon
the moons, friends depend
upon each other."



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Orlando Fontalvo
"Love is not just one word;
love is a feeling you have
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Cecilia Foy
"Love is like an ever burning
candle. It may flicker at
times, times that you hoped
would never happen, but it
fails to go out no matter how
hard the winds blow or from
which direction they may
come."


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Ricardo Francis
"Dreams are like clouds
that take our minds away
to all four corners of the
world and something that
helps us make a commit-
ment in life."




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Paul Fast
"Just as winning the big
game is the result of talent
applied through long hours
of practice, success in life
is the perfecting of abili-
ties by hard work."


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Felicia Ford
"Love is like the ocean.
Sometimes it is as smooth
as glass and at other times
it is as turbulent as an
earthquake. The turbu-
lance and smoothness are
both the faces of love."


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John Frady
"Promises are something
that should never be made,
but if made, should be
carried out with the ut-
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Dina Gehringer
"Success is the constancy
of ambition; the essence of
expectation, hope, and
self-satisfaction."







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Marcia Goodridge
"Love is a feeling so warm
and dear, so soft and
tender. It is having
someone to trust and put
your faith into. Ashes to
ashes and dust to dust -
that's when love is shared
and divided by two."


Cecilia Gray
"Friendship is holding the
key within your soul and
keeping it a secret. Friend-
ship is something that you
share together, no matter
what happens. A friend is
someone who helps when
you're in trouble and then
when it's time to go out, to
go and have a great time
together."

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Murdock Gilmore
"Love is a strong journey
into each other's mind."












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Michael Graham
"A senior is being looked
up to by your friends, then
going to college to be
looked down upon by
strangers."









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Celia Gray
"Success is climbing up to
the highest mountain. You
slip down so many times,
but you don't give up
because someday you make
it. Someday you don't slip
down like before and then
when you have reached the
to; -no one can bring you
down."


Helen Harjani
"Elegance, ecstacy, and
eloquence are the elements
I want in my life."


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Ilka Hemmings
"Love is expressing your
feelings by giving a
bouquet of sparkling red
roses, by caring about
somebody and accepting
all his faults along with
the blessings, and sharing
each other's problems as
well as giving a helping
hand."




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Ewan Ho
"Education is the food we
eat every day. Sometimes
our food is delicious so that
we readily consume it, but
sometimes we are hostile to
food not fancily flavored.
Sometimes, those meals
make us stronger. As we
grow up, our taste changes
and our choice widens to
meet demands. We will
never stop eating as we
will never complete our
education."


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Marvel Iglesias
"It's hard to realize that
maturity has arrived. The
years flew. We were in
seventh grade. Then we
just turned our faces away
for a minute and we're
seniors. Now is the time to
confront our maturity."




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Ruben Jaurez
"A senior is to live as if
you will die tomorrow, but
to learn for an eternity."









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Heidi Hinz
"Take life as it comes
unless you can do someth-
ing to improve it; if not,
accept it as it is."










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Arturo Howell
"Success is gained with
the combination of forces:
the brain, the body, and
the spirit."






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Heather Jacobs
"All the books in the world
can't teach what life is all
about. All the polysyllabic
utterances that flow from
lips won't necessarily
prove your intelligence.
What's the use of exponen-
tial notation if you don't
know how to apply it?"


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John Kirby
"Walking around with a
smile on your face makes
you feel free. Feeling free
lets you grow. So be cool
and stay free."


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Kelly Kirby
"Life is like the ocean
forever flowing and mov-
ing in new directions."








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Laverne Laguna
"A friend is a special
someone who is depended
upon to help at all times,
and not someone who has
to be searched for when in
need."







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Sharon Martin
"Maturity is not growing
in age. It is becoming
wiser in your understand-
ing of things you were
ignorant of before."


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Michelle Modestin
"Maturity is not trying to
improve your personality
traits. It is gathering all
the mistakes you have
made in the past and
working very hard to
improve your character."



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Roberto Landers
"Success is not like being
the last pork and bean left
in a bowl. It's more like a
dream. It's like a boy and
a girl running on the
clouds through the path-
way to heaven."


Catherine Laurenzi
"Success is when you've
reached the summit of
your life. It's not the
money, the house, or the
gained reputation. It is the
love, the warmth in the
housefthe respect you have
for others' lives, and the
respect they have gained
for you."




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Kurt McQuillen
"Today's dreams are
tomorrows' realities."


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Millicent Morgan
"Life may come and life
may go, but the cycle
continues on. Day in and
day out your work is never
done. As a senior's days in
high school are ending,
someone else's are just
beginning."


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Jennifer Morris
"Maturity is being able to
reach out and grab life,
catching it in both hands
and using it wisely. It is
never placing it upon a
shelf, but placing it in the
core of your mind. Soon it's
like a seed beginning to
grow, sprouting eventually
to wisdom."


Katherine Overstreet
"Friendship is like a cliff.
The ocean may swirl and
crash against it, lashing
out with all its fury, but in
the end, the cliff still
stands for people miles
away to see."






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Arturo Perez
"Success is gained with
more pain than pleasure."


Sharon Redman
"Friendships are like puz-
zles. They come in many
shapes, sizes, colors, and
cannot be completed with-
out working at putting it
together."


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Christie O'Neal
"Education is similar to a
seed, developing, growing
and expanding. Gradua-
tion occurs when the petals
are shed and the initial
step to blossom has been
taken."







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Ricardo Ortis
"Maturity is when you are
able to look back into the
past and recognize your
errors."









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Tanya Perry
"And now, friends we
part. We shall attempt to
fulfill the promises we
have made to ourselves, to
attain the goals we have
set for ourselves. Though
it seems that we are at the
end of our road, behold, it
is just the beginning ...
Let us pray for the
strength to succeed."




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Piero Reece
"Hate is going through the
wrong gate and is destruc-
tive rather than construe-
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Tony Reynolds
"A dream can be a foggy
night in London when
you're walking around and
you happen to see your old
friend, the friend you
thought had died in an
airplane crash. Dreams
build and restore lost
hope."


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Angela Rainey
"A senior is like a rock
which will be skipped
across the vast ocean of
life."









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Rita Rockwell
"Imagination is having
the ability to see into
things rather than Just at
things."








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Carole Sanchez
"Friendship is what keeps
the world going two
people together laughing
and glowing."







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Patricia Rice
"Friendship is like a trip
you might take around the
world in which you learn a
lot and grow to be a better
person."







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Juan Riviere
"My heart has beat thou-
sands of times in this
school. Now that I'm ready
to depart, I will carry my
fond memories although I
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John Rowell
"Seniors are a product of
education. They finally
reach the end of the
assembly line with the full
paint job and a brush up.
Some come out with a few
minor mechanical prob-
lems. A few are too loud;
they need mufflers. Others
have little energy; a
change of spark plugs
would do. A few need a
complete overhaul, but
nevertheless I still think
we all come out with a
touch of class."
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Fernando Sanchez
"Education, like the star
that guides a lost explorer,
is what will lead and rule
our lives; it's the guiding
star that takes us to our
dreams and goals."


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Iris Sanchez
"Love is
... helping someone with-
out expecting a reward,
... forgiving someone who
has made a mistake,
... telling someone when
you know he's mistaken."







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Darcilyn Scott
"Oh! Dios, no le quites la
esencia de vivir a esos que
me hicieron el mal porque
mi perd6 n tendran. Dejo
a sus conciencias para que
traten de encontrar la
felicidad ya que nadie
puede escapar de pagar el
mal que han hecho, en este
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Marsha Smith
"Love is being honest with
each other, sharing and
caring for each other, and
something you feel within
yourself and want to share
with others."


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Martha Sollas
"Success is an unflinching
attitude of strength and
perseverance even when
faced with odds ... it is
trusting in your own in-
ward force to conquer all."


John Schwartz
"Success is doing what
you're best at and knowing
what you can do and not
do. Success applies to your
knowledge as well as your
judgement. It is thinking
highly of yourself and
loving yourself for the
things you can do."
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Marcelo Smith
"Success is like reaching a
goal in the end zone of
life."


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Caroline Soley
"A senior is ...
often wondering after
graduation day which
branch on the Tree of Life
will be outstretched to
seize so as to terminate
this climb."


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Fiama Steele
"A senior is a root that
grips the earth. And it is
now his turn to produce
the kind of plant he wants
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Esterbina Trejos
"Open windows reveal
gorgeous images of nature
which light and heap our
heart with wonder, making
us feel the great sensation
of being alive."







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Larry Walker
"Maturity is something
that does not come with
time, but with responsibili-
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Donna Watson
"Life is like eating plums
... one has to eat the sour
before he gets to the
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Michael Wilkinson
"One who has not seen the
love of a friend has not
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Lisa Tyree
"A senior is a person who
has dreams and goals. He
wants to go out and
conquer."








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Keith Wallace
"Time travels in but one
direction. Future success
depends upon long term
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Scott Mendenhall
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"A life, like a train, can be
wrecked either through un-
controllable circumstances or
driver's error. With effort,
however, a life, like the
ponderous train, can be put
back on the track."


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Heather Jacobs


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Keith Wallace Heather Jacobs


Best Dressed
Larry Walker Dina Gehringer




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Mike Wilkinson Danielle Barriteau


Hall of Fame Runners-Up


Mr. and Miss CHS


Best Personality


Most Athletic


Most Talented


Best Dressed


Wittiest


Keith Wallace
Dina Gehringer
Jeff Adema
Michelle Modestin
Ricardo Ortiz
Kelly Kirby
John Rowell
Felicia Ford
Ricardo Ortiz
Laverne Laguna


Cyril Gray
Chris O'Neal






Senior Gallery ...

Most Admired by Teachers and Staff

Gwynne Duryea

Most Admired Girl
What Gwynne's Teachers Say About Her:

"Genuine warmth in her smile."

"Did an excellent job as Student Association
treasurer."

"She's as bright as a sun ray."

"Enthusiastic, witty, concerned and cour-
teous."
"She's gifted and gracious."
"Has varied interests and activities."

S- "I admire her for her charm."

"She contributes to the school in many ways, for
instance the Advisory Committee."





Keith Wallace
Most Admired Boy
What Keith's Teachers Say About Him:

"A real gentleman and totally involved."

"Stable, steady, and practical."

S"Has dedication. He's a real can-do, will-do
person.
"Gave full effort on the gridiron."
"Has a sense of responsibility and is school
spirited."
"Gives generously of his time."

"Just plain nicely"
"Excellent drummer and outstanding musician.
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Ewan Ho

What Ewan's Teachers Say About Him:

"A precise and careful student."

"Studious, well motivated, and punctual."

"How much he's accomplished since first
enrolling here!"

"Probably the best student in school."

"He's a hardworking student interested in
learning."

"Perfect attitude."

"Truthful and loyal."

"I respect him."








Donna Watson

What Donna's Teachers Say About Her:

"Does a good job as Student Association vice
president."

"Handles herself well." L

"Co-operative and willing to work."

"Always ready to help others."

"Has a calm composure about everything."

"She's the girl with the pretty smile."

"Non-complaining, exacting, involved."

"Outstanding in so many areas."





Jennifer Morris

S What Jennifer's Teachers Say About Her:

S' "I give her my highest recommendation."

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"Beautiful attitude."
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"Friendly office assistant."

"Always willing to lend a helping hand."

"She's on the ball; she'll go far."







Paul Fast

What Paul's Teachers Say About Him:

"Strong character; shows sincerity and integri-
ty."

"Contributes much to his father's mission
work."

"A real scholar, well motivated."

"Extremely skilled and conscientious."

"Very intelligent and has a great desire to learn
as much as possible."

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Manuel Lopez


Jack Lorenz


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Maria Kitras
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Susan Newall
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Ruth Ferro
Business Manager


Melvin Almodovar


David Beach


Maribel Barraza


Eric Banks


Tracy Adair


Pamela Canate
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Stacie Carey


John Bowerman


Ryan Bliss


Carlos Beatty


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Melanie Coke


Belinda Contero


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David De La For
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Dominique Duryea


Ruth Ferro


Garrett Gadbois


Gerald Graver


Sharon Green


Betty Hernandez


Yolanda Howell


Ana Iglesias


Ricardo Jardine


Sharon Jennings


Grace Jones


Naina Jiwatram


Selena Keister


Maria Kitras


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Elizabeth Lopez


Jo Ann Leggett


Mitzie Lau


George Layne


Robert Mizrachi


Todd Mendenhall


Lisa Me Quillen


Usha Mayani


David Lowinger


James Moebus

James Moebus


Susan Newall


Evelyne Myers


Hector Munoz


Ediberto Morales


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Axiel Riviere


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Ana Seeley


Lee Smith


Norman Smith


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Patricia Thompson


Marian Tiblier


Francisca Trejos


Beatrice Tseng


Deborah Turner 1


Jay Turner


Les Walker
Lesa Walker


Gary Wallace


Roy Watson
Roy Watson


Cynthia White


Sonia White
Sonia White


Daniel Woods


Tarek Yaafar


Loris Yhros

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Bryan Boggs
Helen Moebus
Jaime Pujals


Lee Zieske


John Vargas


Ariane Zurek


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Casey Coombes


Christopher Conway


Maite Calvo


Patricia Coles
Patricia Cowles


Gregory Deboer


Lawrence Finneman


Thomas Eckel


Caroline Coyekendall


Jackie Gray


Robert Gehringer


Edward Gadbois


Fabian Fraiz


Terence Flynn


David Hudson


Cristine Hollins


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Frederick Jones


Francisco Lee


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Karen Manley
Karen Manley


Carole Martinez


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Veena Mayani


Elida Meza


Yvette Modestin


Valisis Morgan
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Luis Ort
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Felix Reyes


Eduardo Real


Pam Pratt


Daryl Peters


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John Stevens


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Constance Sperling


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Ralph Tiernan

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Brenda Stokes


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Mary Bowerman
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Gregory Cowles
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Christi Geidner
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Jacqueline
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Patrick Hanan
Lavina Harjani
Isaac Heres


Horacio Herrera
Lino Ho
Percy Holgado
Kimberly Holmes
Robin Homan


Maurisabel
Iglesias
Tania Juarez
April Kingery
Karl Kirschner
Karla Kirschner


Misty Knight
Nutchanart
Komkhan
Kenneth Lancaster
Ernest Laurenzi
Marcella Layne


Traci Lee
Kara Lorenz
Eric Love
Daniel Lowinger
Frank Martinez


Hector Martinez
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Jennifer Matthews
Champa Mayani
Adam McDonough
Jerome Mercado







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Christopher
O'Rourke
Noel Osterland
Lisa Palumbo
Janet Paredes


Stacey Patton
Lisette Perez
Kimberly Phillips
Imogene Plunkett
Catherine Quinn


Bridget Ramke
Sandi Rankin
Michele Rascon
Patricia
Rockwell
Angela
Rodriguez


Lenin Roldan
Ann Ross
Mark Rowell
Arnaldo Sanchez
Marisol Sandin


Stacie Savage
Karen Schwartz
George Sharer
Kelli Simons
Pauline Snyder


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Ronald Duran
George Morgan
Danielle Ortiz
Dennis Paris
Nancy Sanchez





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Gerri-Lynn Beckwith
Joseph Campanelli
Morgan Jones
Calina Seybold
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Paul Adair
Frank Albegra
Curtis Arrowsmith
Dawnette Bastidos
Sherise Batizy






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Kristi Bjorneby
Larry Bogan
Michelle Boggs
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Michelle Brown
Francisco Burac
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Scott Chisolm
George Collins
Wendy Cooper
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Melissa DeBoer
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David Flynn
Reinaldo
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Oscar Gallego
Emilio Gittens


Joy Gooding
Maritza Gonzalez
Cathy Green
Thomas Hanan
Hilda Hernandez


William
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Michelle Hinote
Pilar Holgado
Frank Hoover
Marta Howell


Esteban Jimenez
Viveca Johansson
Roberto Johnson
Bernard Josephs
Angela Kinsey


John Lambeth
Mary Laurenzi
Lisa Lee
Kerry Leggett
Richard Leleaux


Jennifer Ley
Laura Longsworth
Bernice Maduro
John Martinez
Yukimi Martinez







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Catherine
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Eric Mclntire
Felix Modestin
Janina Mon


Abdiel Moolchan
Corey Moye
Valerie Mullen
Shelly Nelson
Sheila O'Donnell


Lori Osterland
David
Overstreet
Erik Petroni'
Kenneth Pitts
Naomi Pratt


Leonard Rabago
Michael Russo
Marcia Redman
Charles Rhine
Linda Richardson


Valerie
Robinson
Jose Sanchez
Vanessa Seales
Ramona Sharer
Gary Simon


Greta Sims
Jessica Sims
Allen Smith
Michael Smith
Samantha Smith






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Vanessa Sobers
Sheila Sperling
Anastacia
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James Steele


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Robert Thompson
Michael Tiernan
Efrain Tirado I
Blanquita Trejos


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Rhonda Turner
Stanley Vest
Ariel Wilkins
Paul Wilkinson


Julie Williams
Mark Williams
Alicia Wilson
Benjamin Yohros


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Kelly Fletcher
Jose Ocadiz
Sergio Ocadiz
Donna Trantham


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FACULTY AND STAFF





Charles M. Renno

Principal

"Some people complain that the school setting
is artificial, but our lives are the sum total of
our experience; everything we do, think, read or
perceive through any of our senses. School is
then a rich or sparce experience which provides
us with wider horizons or limits our potential
depending on what is offered and how we react
to it. I view my mission is to provide a rich
variety of activities and encourage students to
take full advantage of their opportunities."













Howard Perkins

Assistant Principal

"Panama has been a vacation, a sort of time out
in my life to appreciate its beauty."





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Joanne Allen


"My work in the office is enjoyable and I've
always found the students and their
activities very interesting. I love Panama
and all its lush greenery; I love the rain,
the dry season breezes, the ocean and its
beaches."


Diana Davis


"To me, Panama means beautiful
weather with gorgeous sky and clouds, a
slow, even pace with less traffic and
especially GREAT KIDS."


Nicki Harper
"I have loved Panama from the first
moment I stepped off the plane in
1962. I like the friendly people, the
historical background (past and pre-
sent), the weather, the sailing, the
beaches, etc. ... Panama is small town
living in an international environ-
ment."


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Bob Mowery
"The many recreational opportunities in
Panama are special; especially I enjoy the
lakes and oceans. I know that I've been
free to pursue new and different hobbies
and have had a unique privilege to travel
in the warm climate countries."


Anne Gegg
"The greatest part of Cristobal High
School is the many faceted student body.
What a truly world group. I love to see
the students who enter speaking everyth-
ing but English and then to leave bi, tri
or quatri-lengual. The two from Hungary
had about the hardest time, but they
made it. So will all of you."


Jim Palumbo


Jim Palumbo enjoys the leisureliness of
Panama with its beaches full of pretty
girls and the scuba diving opportunities.
Seafood is a favorite of his as well as
trips to Columbia.





Window of C.H.S. Supporters


Nina Miller Dayton Wells
Librarian Librarian


"Whatever this area was
or is,
the Canal Zone
or Panama,
I really like it.
But, no matter
what it's called,
I'll never adjust to the bugs
here that bite!"


"Since leaving the cold and
snows of my native Idaho to come
to tropical Panama, I never cease
to be fascinated by two things:
the fantastic tropical downpours
and reading about that remark-
able achievement, the building of
the 'bridge of water', the Pan-
ama Canal."


Dottie Ridge
Nurse
"I have enjoyed the opportunity
to be close to pupils during their
learning years. Gatun Lake has
brought lots of happiness to our
family with swimming and sail-
ing. We've loved the weather,
especially dry season with no
snow and slush and our trips to
San Bias, Boquete, and Old
Panama are all highlights."


Mr. Bedsford Bartley
"Panama has helped me to
realize that sharing each other's
ideas and watching different
cultures working together is an
important element in life."


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Alex Brunnell


Physical Education

"There only seem to be two
classes of people rich
and poor. In Panama, a
third group exists the
Panama Canal worker and
there seems to be little
motivation to move in any
direction."


Industrial Arts

"My Godl I've created a
grease monkey!"


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Lawrence Cowley
Math

"Thinking should be a pre-
requisite to acting, and is
a mental process rather
than oral."


Janice De Soto
French, English

"Un mot d'Aloge: voilai
peut modifier toute u
existence."


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Bill Gansen
Social Studies

"Panama has been a place
of exile for me, a way of
earning a living. I shall be
most satisfied to return to
the colder climes. My
memories of Panama and
Cristobal High School can
best be summed up as
checkered."


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Jerry Graver
Industrial Arts

"Behold the turtle! He only
makes progress when he
sticks his neck out!"


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Randall Grubbs
Math

To Cristobal High stu-
dents, Mr. Grubbs says:
"The high school exper-
ience can only happen once
in your life time, so take
full advantage of it while
you have the opportunity."


Joan Harris
Physical Education

"I love this weather because I
can enjoy all sports from
fishing to playing tennis. Or
if I'd rather, I can have a
siesta time. Because I was
born and raised here as a
"Zonian" I feel emotional
about the changes since the
treaty. The old C.Z. govern-
ment had the BEST school
system and I am proud and
feel privileged to have
taught in it."


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Phil Henry
Math


Charles Helm
Remedial Reading

"In the past ten years it
has been fascinating to
consider contradictory
movements in daily life. In
some ways we have become
less Americanized and in
other ways we have
become more American-
ised. Even though the
Oanal Zone aspect of life is
less apparent, we have
more ties to the mainland
through transportation
and satellite TV program-
ming."


Charlotte Hinton
Home Economics

"Panama has enriched me
because of its beaches and
its remarkable scenery, all
definitely tropical. And
who doesn't love the
seafood galore?"


Beverly Hoffman
English

"For me, Panama has been a
window into so much learn-
ing. I've re-evaluated my
life, sometimes radically, and
have found new and chal-
longing answers to life. Most
of all, I've looked into my
own being and have begun to
discover who I am and where
I want to go. It's both scarey
and freeing."


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Judy Hicks
English, Physical Education

"Many unwanted, unwel-
comed changes have forced
me to stretch and grow and
search for the real issues of
life. Mainly, I'm learning to
rely on myelf less and trust
in God more by leaving the
past, enjoying the present,
and looking hopefully toward
the future."


Paul Hieronymus
Science

"Happy is the person who
looks upon the good with a
smile... brushes away the
bad with little thought...
and keeps what is most
worthwhile as hope for
tomorrow."


Ron Jacobs
Social Studies

"While in Panama I've
learned some lessons: the
importance of friendship,
the number of "necessi-
ties" one can live without,
an appreciation for
"differences" in people
and finally the importance
of dedication for the suc-
cessful completion of a
job."


Henry Jones
Physical Education

"Working in Dodd's Panama
Region has given me the
opportunity to work with
students from different cul-
tures. It was gratifying both
as a physical education
teacher and Spanish
teacher."


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ROTC

"Grow up! Grow smart!
Join our team ... 'out
standing.' "


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Pat Laurenzi
English

"What do I enjoy about
Panama? Just about
everything. I love the
artistry in molas, gold
jewelry, table cloths,
carved Indian screens,
pinatas, and baskets and
pottery from the local
Indians. Most of all I feel
that a new closeness has
developed in our family
because of the Panama -
oriented activities we do
together."


Doug McLain
Band

"Why just good? To take raw
interest and hone it with a
willingness to learn, ability
and refine it, with self
discipline, desire and perfect
it with hard work ... ahh,
that is the key."


Ed Koziol
Art

"My stay in Panama has
helped me see more clearly
how the ordinary citizen
can influence international
tensions for the better or
for the worse, and how
important it is for people
to learn about each other
and work together to solve
mutual problems."




Sgt. Gary Moore
ROTC

"We are looking for quality,
not quantity in JROTCl"


Rozella Mottern
Business

"The friendliness of the
people who have spent so
many years working here
for the Panama Canal
Commission, the closeness
of families and the quality
of family life impress me.
Also, I love the fantastic
view of the sunset at the
point at Coco Solo with the
ships in line, waiting
entrance into the locks."


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Ron O'Brien
ROTC

"To tolerate is to endorse;
you have the power to
change yourself and the
world! Use your power wise-
ly."


Luke Palumbo
Science


"Panama is for lovers and
the country never sleeps."


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Charles Reeves


Science

"I enjoy the climate of
Panama and what this
beautiful country offers
for scuba and boating. I
relish my profession, the
courses I teach, and my
cooperative colleagues ...
the challenges and
rewards of helping mold
our youths, hopefully so."


Math

"I have especially enjoyed
my classes this year
because I find the 7th and
8th graders extremely
motivated. Teaching in
Panama has given me the
unique opportunity to work
with students from a
different cultural back-
ground than my own and it
has been an enriching
experience."


Edith Rozett
Special Education


Pastor Sanchez
Spanish

El professor Pastor Sanchez
se siente muy complacido
en former parte del
profesorado de C.H.S. y
muy content de sus classes
de espanol.


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Bonnie Shank
English

"When life's realities rush
upon me in great waves, I
contemplate on my life in
Panama: its lush flora,
tropical storms, its beau-
tiful ocean, our hometown
atmosphere, and especially
our students with
'pizazz.'"


Bill Shank
Social Studies

"Panama has given me a
unique opportunity to
enjoy so many recreational
activities such as tennis,
scuba, jogging, and fish-
ing. Having lived in the
tropics for so many years,
I almost consider it our
home."


Ernest Wattley
Industrial Arts

"I'm having a wonderful
time here at C.H.B. Con-
tact is so short that we
must really make an effort
to enjoy the moments we
work together. These wil
be 'the good old days."'


Mary Lucy Welch
English

"What have I discovered?
Easy! Latins are wonder-
ful; Americans in Panama
are fantastic; salsa is my
kind of music. I love it
here."


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Bill Will


Social Studies

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and peaceful. I enjoy fall-
ing to sleep to the sound of
a tropical rainfall. Pan-
ama is an excellent jump-
off spot to the rest of Latin
America."


Serle Wise
English

"The aspect of moving from
one culture to another
opens "the windows" of
knowledge and under-
standing. I have grown
and am continuing."


Mike Venable
Student Teacher


Hallie Witcher
Math

"Life continues in spite of
changes. Therefore we
must learn to adapt our-
selves to the changes.
Internal peace is more
important than external
environment."


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Heather Jacobs

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David Beach
Roland Cantero
Jaime Claus
Jose Claus
John Frady
Fabian Fraiz
Wayne Forrest
Mike Gadbois
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Kenneth Kellogg
John Kirby
Manuel Lopez
Kurt McQuillen
Todd Mendenhall
Scott Mendenhall
Eddie Morales
Maurice Morris
Ricardo Ortiz
Jody Palma
Wayne Peart
Arturo Peres
Piero Reece
David Renno
Tony Reynolds
Ian Sanchez
Marcelo Smith
Larry Walker
Gary Wallace
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Jonathan Wattley
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Yvette Modestin
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Maite Calvo
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Veena Mayani
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Cassandra Banks


Vicente Barker


Tonya Batizy


Medalia Bennett


Bill Bellande


Tatiana Bilgray


Michael Brandenburg


Kelly Brookhart


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Writing And Then More!


7 ... Tiger Tales Staff

b, Bonnie Shank, Sponsor
Donna Watson
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Evelyn Meyers
Veena Mayani
Samuel Cheung
Pao I Min
Eddie Morales
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created last year by English
teachers Mrs. Shank and Mrs.
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Mary Lucy Welch,
Sponsor
Gisele Reece
Donna Watson
Krista Wessling
Michele Modestin
Greg Wise
Danielle Barriteau
Debbie Egolf
Rick Ortiz
John Frady
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Kurt McQuillan
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Bob Mowery
"The many recreational opportunities in
Panama are special; especially I enjoy the
lakes and oceans. I know that I've been
free to pursue new and different hobbies
and have had a unique privilege to travel
in the warm climate countries."


Anne Gegg
"The greatest part of Cristobal High
School is the many faceted student body.
What a truly world group. I love to see
the students who enter speaking everyth-
ing but English and then to leave bi, tri
or quatri-lengual. The two from Hungary
had about the hardest time, but they
made it. So will all of you."


Jim Palumbo
Jim Palumbo enjoys the leisureliness of
Panama with its beaches full of pretty
girls and the scuba diving opportunities.
Seafood is a favorite of his as well as
trips to Columbia.





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John Bowerman
President

Maria Kitras
Vice President

Beatrice Tseng
Secretary

Susan Newall
Treasurer

Ruth Ferro
Business Manager


-David Beach
Maribel Barraza


Eric Banks


Melvin Almodovar
Melvin Almodovar


Tracy Adair


Pamela Canate


Stacie Carey


John Bowerman


Ryan Bliss


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Todd Newman
Vice President

Lindia Willies
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Jeannie Corrigan
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Lyda Balmaceda
Jorge Burgess
Kellie Carey
Samuel Cheung
Donald Cooper







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Phil Henry
Math


Charles Helm
Remedial Reading

"In the past ten years it
has been fascinating to
consider contradictory
movements in daily life. In
some ways we have become
less Americanized and in
other ways we have
become more American-
ised. Even though the
Canal Zone aspect of life is
less apparent, we have
more ties to the mainland
through transportation
and satellite TV program-
ming. "


Charlotte Hinton
Home Economics

"Panama has enriched me
because of its beaches and
its remarkable scenery, all
definitely tropical. And
who doesn't love the
seafood galore?"


Beverly Hoffman
English
"For me, Panama has been a
window into so much learn-
ing. I've re-evaluated my
life, sometimes radically, and
have found new and chal-
lenging answers to life. Most
of all, I've looked into my
own being and have begun to
discover who I am and where
I want to go. It's both scarey
and freeing."


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Judy Hicks
English, Physical Education

"Many unwanted, unwel-
comed changes have forced
me to stretch and grow and
search for the real issues of
life. Mainly, I'm learning to
rely on myelf less and trust
in God more by leaving the
past, enjoying the present,
and looking hopefully toward
the future."


Paul Hieronymus
Science

"Happy is the person who
looks upon the good with a
smile.., brushes away the
bad with little thought...
and keeps what is most
worthwhile as hope for
tomorrow. "


Ron Jacobs
Social Studies

"While in Panama I've
learned some lessons: the
importance of friendship,
the number of "necessi-
ties" one can live without,
an appreciation for
"differences" in people
and finally the importance
of dedication for the suc-
cessful completion of a
job."


Henry Jones
Physical Education

"Working In Dodd's Panama
Region has given me the
opportunity to work with
students from different cul-
tures. It was gratifying both
as a physical education
teacher and Spanish
teacher."


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Heather Jacobs

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Jeff Adema
David Beach
Roland Cantero
Jaime Claus
Jose Claus
John Frady
Fabian Fraiz
Wayne Forrest
Mike Gadbois
Antonio Hartley


Scot Hudson
Kenneth Kellogg
John Kirby
Manuel Lopez
Kurt McQuillen
Todd Mendenhall
Scott Mendenhall
Eddie Morales
Maurice Morris
Ricardo Ortiz
Jody Palma
Wayne Peart
Arturo Peres
Piero Reece
David Renno
Tony Reynolds
Ian Sanchez
Marcelo Smith
Larry Walker
Gary Wallace
Keith Wallace
Jonathan Wattley
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Melanie Coke


Belinda Contero


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Dominique Duryea


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Garrett Gadbois


Gerald Graver


Sharon Green


Betty Hernandez


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Carlton Aaron
"It's so hard to say
good-bye to yesterday with
its few memories of many
friends you hardly know
today. I know this time
must come for everyone to
part and to go separate
ways, but it's so hard to
say good-bye to yester-
day."


Jeffrey Adema
"Being a senior is wanting to
go, but when the final day
arrives, you want to stay."


Elzibir Bonnick
"Love is a mosquito that
pinches so hard in the
middle of my heart. When
it does, I don't know if my
heart stays with me or
goes with the one I love."




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but in this senior year, we
know we are in the home
stretch."


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"To love is a virtue in
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Spanish explorers. It was again popularized in 1849 as gold
seekers rushed to California. After completion of the Panama
railroad in 1855, travel markedly declined. Today it is legend and
memory.


Parrots, with brilliant plumage and a power for imitative
speech, are noted for their raucous chirps throughout the
serene jungle.


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Beth McDonough


Maurice Morris


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Todd Newman


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Todd Mendenhall


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Usha Mayani


David Lowinger


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Vhen the Gamboa lighthouse was first built in 1914, the beacons
rere powered by acetylene gas which was later converted to
electric power. With the widening of the Gailliard Cut in 1979,
se of the lighthouses was discontinued.


The $20 million Thatcher Ferry Bridge was dedicated in 1962
and remains one of the highest bridges worldwide over
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Miriam Calvo
"Life is like a puzzle. You
keep adding one piece, one
after another as you grow.
Sometimes the pieces fall
into place; other times they
don't. The more pieces that
are added, the clearer the
picture becomes."


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'A senior is to know what
rour responsibilities are
md doing them; then, to
ind out where the parties
,re for the weekend."


Marleny Dunmoodie
"Love is a red rose which
faces the morning with
hope and radiance and
which, even in the midst of
a raging breeze, is willing
to keep on blooming, no
matter what."




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Dawn Chadwick
"Dreams are hoped for
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"Success is making a
touchdown instead of a
field goal and running that
extra mile."


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"Success is dependent
upon the attitude we hold.
A positive or a negative
one is for each of us to
choose. The choice we
make is the difference
between life as an eagle
flying into the light and an
ostrich with its head bur-
led in the sand."



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Lavina Harjani
Isaac Heres


Horacio Herrera
Lino Ho
Percy Holgado
Kimberly Holmes
Robin Homan


Maurisabel
Iglesias
Tania Juarez
April Kingery
Karl Kirschner
Karla Kirschner


Misty Knight
Nutchanart
Komkhan
Kenneth Lancaster
Ernest Laurenzi
Marcella Layne


Traci Lee
Kara Lorenz
Eric Love
Daniel Lowinger
Frank Martinez


Hector Martinez
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Jennifer Matthews
Champa Mayani
Adam McDonough
Jerome Mercado








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Grade 12 .
Christine Connelly
Gwynne Duryea
Paul Fast
Cecilia Foy
Ewan Ho


Grade 11
Henry De La Garza
Kim Kirby


Grade 10
John Bowerman
Grace Jones
Beatrice Tseng


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Leslie Griffin
Veena Maani


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The basins on each side represent the Panama Canal locks with water spilling from them to join the waters
of Gatun Lake with the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.











Tourists jostle in Panama's chivas, vying for
best views

... grasping at the waterways,

... feeling connected to the past,


... marveling at Panama's artistry.






Graduates Seek New Vistas


January Graduates


Carlton Aaron
Dawn Chadwick
Ceceilia Foy


Heather Jacobs
Roberto Landers
Jennifer Morris


1981-1982


Honor

Graduates


Marge Adamson
Miriam Calvo
Jose Claus
Christy Connelly
Gwynne Duryea
Debbie Egolf
Paul Fast
Ceceilia Foy
Dina Gehringer
Mike Graham
Helen Harjani
Ewan Ho
Arturo Howell
Heather Jacobs
Kitty Laurenzi
Kathy Overstreet
John Rowell
Fernando Sanchez
Esterbina Trejos
Keith Wallace
Donna Watson


We've come to sing a praise
A hearty cheer to raise
For the school we love so dear
Our own Cristobal High
We'll honor her name,
Increase her fame
Through passing years
'Twill be the same.
She's known forever
By her true endeavor.
We're proud to claim her for
Our own, our very own.
Oh, yes, we've found her the best -
North, east, south or west
She's our own school
Cristobal High!
(Alma Mater)




Sgt. Gary Moore
ROTC

"We are looking for quality,
not quantity in JROTC"


Rozella Mottern
Business

"The friendliness of the
people who have spent so
many years working here
for the Panama Canal
Commission, the closeness
of families and the quality
of family life impress me.
Also, I love the fantastic
view of the sunset at the
point at Coco Solo with the
ships in line, waiting
entrance into the locks."


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Ron O'Brien
ROTC

"To tolerate is to endorse;
you have the power to
change yourself and the
world! Use your power wise-
ly."


Luke Palumbo
Science


"Panama is for lovers and
the country never sleeps."


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Joanne Allen


. Windows Into Competence


Diana Davis Nicki Harper


"My work in the office is enjoyable and I've
always found the students and their
activities very interesting. I love Panama
and all its lush greenery; I love the rain,
the dry season breezes, the ocean and its
beaches."


"To me, Panama means beautiful
weather with gorgeous sky and clouds, a
slow, even pace with less traffic and
especially GREAT KIDS."


"I have loved Panama from the first
moment I stepped off the plane in
1962. I like the friendly people, the
historical background (past and pre-
sent), the weather, the sailing, the
beaches, etc. ... Panama is small town
living in an international environ-
ment."


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Soccer Players Kick Their Way


Back row: Coach Will, Bill Willette, Arturo Perez, Arturo Howell, Enrico Francis, Uba Real, Orlando Fontalvo, David Renno,
Lange Jacobs, Mike Davis, Evans Riviere, Jose Claus, Front row: Rick Ortiz, Gilberto Cintron, Eric Galvez, Juan Riviere, Lee
Graver, Osvaldo Tom, Greg Wise, John Davis, and Jeff Adema. Missing: Willie Clark, Stamis Kitras, and Kumar Mayani


The 1981-82 Boys' Soccer team set a goal last year and
victoriously went after it. They finished the season capturing
the second place title. With the aid of Coach Will, the boys
played with skill and vitality.


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Wittiest


Mike Wilkinson Danielle Barriteau


Hall of Fame Runners-Up


Mr. and Miss CHS


Best Personality


Most Athletic


Most Talented


Best Dressed


Wittiest


Keith Wallace
Dina Gehringer
Jeff Adema
Michelle Modestin
Ricardo Ortiz
Kelly Kirby
John Rowell
Felicia Ford
Ricardo Ortiz
Laverne Laguna


Cyril Gray
Chris O'Neal


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. Science and French Clubs



r l The Science Club was started in 1978
U .. (S... a~n s. o, by a group of students wanting to get
together to share their ideas on
Me different science topics. Since it has
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S" members have made annual trips to
Barro Colorado, the Smithsonian
Institute at Galeta, and other inter-
esting and worthwhile points of
interest. Despite the decreasing
number of students at C.H.S.,
students still show their interest by
S-- "joining the club. The members of the

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From left to right: Mike Graham (President), David Harlin, Christy Connelly,
Krista Wessling (Secretary and Treasurer), Kim Kirby, Mr. Reeves, Scot
Hudson, Martha Solas, Scott Mendenhall, Lindia Willies, David Beach (Vice
President), Mike Rigby, David Hudson, Eduardo Real, and Luis Ortiz. Not
pictured: Gwynne Duryea, Jose Claus and Keith Wallace.










The French Club is an organization of
French speaking students formed in
1962 at C.H.S. Being a member of
this cultural club means encountering
many new and exciting areas of a
different way of life. Last year's
members made a successful cultural
trip to Balboa High School and shared
songs and food with their French
Club.





From left to right: Loris Yohros, Dan Woods, Liska Lu, Henry De La Garza,
Beatrice Tseng, Fernando Sanches, Heather Jacobs (Secretary), Paul Fast
(President), Miguel Thompson, Hector Menos, Kathy Tirado, Gisele Reece,
Pauline Snyder, Tanya Juarez, Ann Ross, Esterbina Trjos, Nicki Duryea. Not C
pictured: Argie Costopangioti (Vice President), and Helen Harjani
(Treasurer).





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Focusing on the Audio-Visual Club
M Pill The A.V. Club is organized to teach
students how to operate the audio-
S".... .. visual equipment. Members are
requested to set up equipment at
school functions which may vary
from sound projectors to television
.k -_ cameras. Sponsor is Nina Miller.


Members: Alberto Tseng, Samatha Smith, Ronald Fairbanks, Michelle Smith, Allen
Smith, Kathy Green, Jaime Chan, Jennifer Ley, John Zieske, Alan Eckel, Michele
Rascon, Sandy Rankin, Chris O'Rourke, Daniel Lowinger, Imy Plunkett, Sean
Anderson, Ildaura Claus, Oscar Gallego and Kenny Leggett.


During a field trip to the School of the
Americas, PFC Kenneth Body instructs
David Overstreet in the mechanics of
machines.


Caribe Club Begins


Under the sponsorship
of Anne Gegg, Coun-
selor, the Caribe Club
has begun, with its
main emphasis on tutor-
ing students.

Martha Sollas
President
Beatrice Tseng
Vice President
Stacie Savage
Secretary
Lavina Harjani
Treasurer
Ildaura Claus
Historian


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Tony Reynolds
"A dream can be a foggy
night in London when
you're walking around and
you happen to see your old
friend, the friend you
thought had died in an
airplane crash. Dreams
build and restore lost
hope."


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Rita Rockwell
"Imagination is having
the ability to see into
things rather than just at
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"Friendship is like a trip
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Juan Riviere
"My heart has beat thou-
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school. Now that I'm ready
to depart, I will carry my
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Carole Sanchez
"Friendship is what keeps
the world going two
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John Rowell
"Seniors are a product of
education. They finally
reach the end of the
assembly line with the full
paint job and a brush up.
Some come out with a few
minor mechanical prob-
lems. A few are too loud;
they need mufflers. Others
have little energy; a
change of spark plugs
would do. A few need a
complete overhaul, but
nevertheless I still think
we all come out with a
touch of class."
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Fernando Sanchez
"Education, like the star
that guides a lost explorer,
is what will lead and rule
our lives; it's the guiding
star that takes us to our
dreams and goals."


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Senior Gallery ...

Most Admired by Teachers and Staff

Gwynne Duryea

Most Admired Girl
S.What Gwynne's Teachers Say About Her:

"Genuine warmth in her smile."

"Did an excellent job as Student Association
treasurer."

"She's as bright as a sun ray."

S"Enthusiastic, witty, concerned and cour-
teous."

."She's gifted and gracious."

"Has varied interests and activities."

..-- "I admire her for her charm."

"She contributes to the school in many ways, for
instance the Advisory Committee."





Keith Wallace
Most Admired Boy
What Keith's Teachers Say About Him:
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"A real gentleman and totally involved."

"Stable, steady. and practical."

"Has dedication. He's a real can-do, will-do
S person."
"Gave full effort on the gridiron."
"Has a sense of responsibility and is school
spirited."

"Gives generously of his time."

"Just plain nicely"

"Excellent drummer and outstanding musician.
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George Morgan
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Joseph Campanelli
Morgan Jones
Calina Seybold
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Charles M. Renno
Principal

"Some people complain that the school setting
is artificial, but our lives are the sum total of
our experience; everything we do, think, read or
perceive through any of our senses. School is
then a rich or sparce experience which provides
us with wider horizons or limits our potential
depending on what is offered and how we react
to it. I view my mission is to provide a rich
variety of activities and encourage students to
take full advantage of their opportunities."













Howard Perkins

Assistant Principal

"Panama has been a vacation, a sort of time out
in my life to appreciate its beauty."


















Billy Weal


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Carrie Wessling


Kennith Whitfield


Bridget Yocum


David Burgos


Mike Fletcher


Stephanie Hartfield


Eleacia Padilla


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Casey Coombes


SJaime Claus
Maite Calvo


Christopher Conway


Lawrence Finneman


Thomas Eckel


Gregory Deboer


Caroline Coyekendall


Patricia Cowles


Jackie Gray


Robert Gehringer


Edward Gadbois


Fabian Fraiz


Terence Flynn


David Hudson


Cristine Hollins


Yenie Herrera


David Harlin


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Chief Coach


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J. M. Gonzales
Motta Internacional
Rey Supermarket
Col. Jimmy Butler
J.V.C.
Cutty Sark
Yamaha
Cain Brothers
Panama Agencies
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JUAN CARRILLO
Field Director


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Intertrade
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Motta Calle Frente
Sanyo
Almacen Quince
Salas Internacional
I. L. Maduro
Refineria Panama, S.A.
Boyd Steamship Corp.
Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
CAPT. FRANK V. KERLEY
Director of Little League




People adventure a faraway land,

Friend, share my window, take hold of my hand.
(J. Hicks)


People learn to live
Panama,


in sheltered, distant


... trying to understand the larger question of
why man has been born with different
colored skin, languages, and beliefs,

... grasping the difficult truths of loving each
other whether it be in a family, a
community, or a world,

... experiencing how each culture is uniquely
its own, with gifts and values to impart.
Sharing gifts and values with one another
gives us all a more harmonious world.




Bonnie Shank
English

"When life's realities rush
upon me in great waves, I
contemplate on my life in
Panama: its lush flora,
tropical storms, its beau-
tiful ocean, our hometown
atmosphere, and especially
our students with
pizazz. '"


Bill Shank
Social Studies

"Panama has given me a
unique opportunity to
enjoy so many recreational
activities such as tennis,
scuba, jogging, and fish-
ing. Having lived in the
tropics for so many years,
I almost consider it our
home."


Ernest Wattley
Industrial Arts

"I'm having a wonderful
time here at C.H.S. Con-
tact is so short that we
must really make an effort
to enjoy the moments we
work together. These will
be 'the good old days."'


Mary Lucy Welch
English

"What have I discovered?
Easy! Latins are wonder-
ful; Americans in Panama
are fantastic; salsa is my
kind of music. I love it
here."


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Dina Gehringer
"Success is the constancy
of ambition; the essence of
expectation, hope, and
self-satisfaction."









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Marcia Goodridge
"Love is a feeling so warm
and dear, so soft and
tender. It is having
someone to trust and put
your faith into. Ashes to
ashes and dust to dust -
that's when love is shared
and divided by two."





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Cecilia Gray
"Friendship is holding the
key within your soul and
keeping it a secret. Friend-
ship is something that you
share together, no matter
what happens. A friend is
someone who helps when
you're in trouble and then.
when it's time to go out, to
go and have a great time
together."


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Cyril Gray
"Friendship is knowing
that Rush is better than
AC/DC, but listening to
them both with your
friends."


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Murdock Gilmore
"Love is a strong journey
into each other's mind."


Michael Graham
"A senior is being looked
up to by your friends, then
going to college to be
looked down upon by
strangers."










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Celia Gray
"Success is climbing up to
the highest mountain. You
slip down so many times,
but you don't give up
because someday you make
it. Someday you don't slip
down like before and then
when you have reached the
top,;no one can bring you
down."


Helen Harjani
"Elegance, ecstacy, and
eloquence are the elements
I want in my life."







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Susan Newall
Patty Thompson
Chris O'Neal
Gwynne Duryea
Yolanda Howell
Stacie Carey
Jennifer Ley
Mitzie Lau
Ruth Ferro
Beatrice Tseng
Roy Watson
Eddie Morales
Carlos Beatty
Glen Watson

A special thanks to
Mrs. Hinton, Busi-
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Newall, Mitzie Lau,
Champa Mayani, Kim
Holmes, and Lavina
Harjani for all their
time and effort spent
with the advertising
section.


With suitcase in hand, Mr. Gansen receives a kiss from Sharon
Martin as he leaves school, putting in untold hours as yearbook
photography sponsor and photographer.
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Yearbook photographers Patty Thompson, Jennifer Ley,
Glenn Watson and Mike Rigby thank David Riordan, Krista
Wessling, David Beach, and Peter Fung for their help ...
and especially they laud Mr. Gansen for his direction!


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Memories Blown in

Through Open Windows
Cristobal Jr.-Sr.

High School
Coco Solo, Panama
1981-1982



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Credit: Cover by Eddie Morales
Title Credit: Celift Gray
Photographer: Color print*, p. 1-16.



Courage shouts at trial and pain
A glad "Hurrah" despite the rain.
With grace, a godly light shines through
This window that now honors you.






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Melissa Knoop, we dedicate this yearbook to you.
As a school we've recognized your strength as
you've been

. . struggling with pain,

. . praying for answers,

. . living in victory over Hodgkins disease.



Melissa Knoop 1981 C.H.S. graduate



Dottie and Vince Ridge, we as a school, salute
your Tiger spirit. Even when parents, teachers
or students aren't at game and school events,
we can count on you attending. We've
remembered you as you, Vince, have been heard

. . coaching from the announcer's box, "Don't
catch that ball. Don't catch that ball."

. . encouraging the fans to shout a mighty
"Hurrah!" as you signal the crowd with
your famous, "Give me a T. Give me an I.
Give me a G. Give me a E. Give me a R!"

. . officiating baseball and football for
thousands of Canal area kids.



Dottie and Vince Ridge




Manifested in you two

Is "Tiger Spirit," tried and true.

Now comes our time to cheer your name

With this great window into fame.




Table of Contents



Windows into Panama and C.H.S.
Classes

Senior



Circular window cries, "Tropics ahoy!

From the "S.S. Cristobal," our passage of joy.




Tugboats, powered either by steam or diesel, are driven by engines
with as much as 3,500 horsepower and are usually from 65 to over
100 feet long. These essential boats tow long lines of barges which
are loaded with massive cargo.



From the porthole of the "8.8. Cristobal,"
world adventurers to Panama later recall

. . engineering magnificence,

. . glistening waterways,

. . exploding sunsets.



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Vhen the Oamboa lighthouse was first built in 1914, the beacons
rere powered by acetylene gas which was later converted to
lectric power. With the widening of the Gailliard Cut in 1979,
se of the lighthouses was discontinued.



The $20 million Thatcher Ferry Bridge was dedicated in 1962
and remains one of the highest bridges worldwide over
navigable waterways.




Visitors dream in our paradise; we are forever
and mysteriously charmed by its spell. ^



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Window to fashion, our showcase display,
Clothes paint the picture, a typical day.



Students, wearing- the latest
garb, decorate school halls with
colors and styles

. . sporting "Gloria Vander-
bilt" jeans,

. . meandering to classes in
new docksiders,

. . instigating new fashions,
perhaps soon to be forgot-
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Peering through windows as tourists might do,
Enchanted by scenes, both the old and the new.





The stained glass medallion, housed in the old Civil Affairs
building, combines wing and propeller motif with the U.S. and
Panama flags against flags of all nations in the Pan American
Union. The motif reminds that the building was once an
airport.



In 1618 the Porto
Bello we know was
called Felipe de
Portobelo and had
130 houses in the
main town. It was
the site of many
bloody raids with
its 17-cannon line
in Fort San Fer-



Viewing the ruins of Old Panama City awakens memories
buried by time. For three centuries, Panama was the most
luxurious city in Central and South America. Prosperity
continued until the city was destroyed in 1671 by the English
buccaneer Sir Henry Morgan.



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The Goethals structure, symbolic in concept, rises from a reflecting pool representing the Continental Divide.
The basins on each side represent the Panama Canal locks with water spilling from them to join the waters
of Gatun Lake with the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.



Tourists jostle in Panama's chivas, vying 1 for
best views

. . grasping at the waterways,

. . feeling connected to the past,

. . marveling at Panama's artistry.




Anxious, we wait for the noon bell to ring.
Window on food it's our "savor-ite" thing.




The bell rings; books, formulas,
and map tests take second place
while all are seen

. . scurrying for hot french
fries with gravy on top,

. . wondering what mom
packed for lunch,

. . hoping a MacDonald's
magically would appear in
the cafeteria.



Window of beauty: the earth, sea, and sky,
Encapsuled in time with technology's eye.




The photographer tries to capture Panama's
essence, but instead finds himself

. . surrendering- to its peace,

. . Luxuriating in its abundance,

. . responding to its jungle murmurings.



Sprinkled along the Caribbean coast of Panama from the bay of
Mandinga to the Columbian border lie the palm-shaded islands of the
San Bias. The islands form an archipelago more than 100 miles long
with over 366 islands, "at least one for each day of the year."



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The Las Cruces Trail was a favorite cross-Isthmian route for early
Spanish explorers. It was again popularized in 1849 as gold
seekers rushed to California. After completion of the Panama
railroad in 1865, travel markedly declined. Today it is legend and
memory.



Parrots, with brilliant plumage and a power for imitative
speech, are noted for their raucous chirps throughout the
serene jungle.



Windows on thinkers, the star-gazing kind,
Reflecting and dreaming, great depths of the mind.



Moments of introspection
hit and a journey into
dreams begins, as
students find themselves

. . concentrating on the
coach 's game stra-
tegy,

. . pondering new ideas
from challenging

authors,

. . wondering if the wee-
kend will ever come.






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People adventure a faraway land,

Friend, share my window, take hold of my hand.



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People learn to live in sheltered, distant
Panama,

. . trying to understand the larger question of
why man has been born with different
colored skin, languages, and beliefs,

. . grasping the difficult truths of loving each
other whether it be in a family, a
community, or a world,

. . experiencing how each culture is uniquely
its own, with gifts and values to impart.
Sharing gifts and values with one another
gives us all a more harmonious world.





Let there be many windows in your soul,

That all the glory of the universe

May beautify it.

Not the narrow pane of one poor creed

Can catch the radiant rays

That shine from countless sources.

Tear away the blinds of superstition.

Let the light pour through fair windows,

B£oad as truth itself,

And high as heaven .

Tune your ear to the wordless music of the stars,

And to the voice of Nature;

And your heart shall turn to truth and goodness

As the plant turns to the sun.

A thousand unseen hands reach down to help you

To their peace-crowned heights

And all the forces of the firmament

Shall fortify your strength.

Be not afraid to thrust aside half-truths

And grasp the whole.

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Carlton Aaron
"It's so hard to say
good-bye to yesterday with
its few memories of many
friends you hardly know
today. I know this time
must come for everyone to
part and to go separate
ways, but it's so hard to
say good-bye to yester-
day."



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Marjorie Adamson
"Love is like sugar and
at other times, it recedes
to a mood of bitter-
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Jeffrey Adema
"Being a senior is wanting to
go, but when the final day
arrives, you want to stay."






Elzibir Bonnick
"Love is a mosquito that
pinches so hard in the
middle of my heart. When
it does, I don't know if my
heart stays with me or
goes with the one I love."






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Danielle Barriteau
"A senior year can zoom
by like a V-8 Monza.
Taking curves into the
future and having a steady
pace up hills is necessary,
but in this senior year, we
know we are in the home
stretch."








Vielka Brown
"To love is a virtue in
which humanity has com-
mitted itself to overwhelm-
ing extents of sacrifices
and great devotion. It's a
mystery!"



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Through these tears that Mind my eyes,
I how my head and realize
How much I love my place of hirth,
How much to me it's really worth.
The time has come for me to go,
A new life waits for me to show
That I am ready, strong and free.
Through the window, only lights I see.
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'A senior is to know what
'our responsibilities are
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ind out where the parties
ire for the weekend."




Miriam Calvo
"Life is like a puzzle. You
keep adding one piece, one
after another as you grow.
Sometimes the pieces fall
into place; other times they
don't. The more pieces that
are added, the clearer the
picture becomes."








Marleny Dunmoodie
"Love is a red rose which
faces the morning with
hope and radiance and
which, even in the midst of
a raging breeze, is willing
to keep on blooming, no
matter what."






Dawn Chadwick
"Dreams are hoped
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Christine Connelly
"Success is making a
touchdown instead of a
field goal and running that
extra mile."



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Gwynne Duryea
"Success is dependent
upon the attitude we hold.
A positive or a negative
one is for each of us to
choose. The choice we
make is the difference
between life as an eagle
flying into the light and an
ostrich with its head bur-
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Debra Egolf
"Friendship is like the
tides of an ocean with the
changing- moons. It has its
constant swells, but rushes
towards you in the end.
Like the tides depend upon
the moons, friends depend
upon each other."



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Paul Fast

"Just as winning the big
game is the result of talent
applied through long hours
of practice, success in life
is the perfecting of abili-
ties by hard work."



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Orlando Fontalvo
"Love is not just one word;
love is a feeling you have
inside your heart."






Felicia Ford

"Love is like the ocean.
Sometimes it is as smooth
as glass and at other times
it is as turbulent as an
earthquake. The turbu-
lance and smoothness are
both the faces of love."





Cecilia Foy

"Love is like an ever burning
candle. It may flicker at
times, times that you hoped
would never happen, but it
fails to go out no matter how
hard the winds blow or from
which direction they may



John Frady
"Promises are something
that should never be made,
but if made, should be
carried out with the ut-
most sincerity."



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Ricardo Francis
"Dreams are like clouds
that take our minds away
to all four corners of the
world and something that
helps us make a commit-
ment in life."








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Dina Gehringer
"Success is the constancy
of ambition; the essence of
expectation, hope, and
self-satisfaction. '








Marcia Goodridge
"Love is a feeling so warm
and dear, so soft and
tender. It is having
someone to trust and put
your faith into. Ashes to
ashes and dust to dust
that's when love is shared
and divided by two."







Cecilia Gray
"Friendship is holding the
key within your soul and
keeping it a secret. Friend-
ship is something that you
share together, no matter
what happens. A friend is
someone who helps when
you're in trouble and then
when it's time to go out, to
go and have a great time
together."





Michael Graham
"A senior is being looked
up to by your friends, then
going to college to be
looked down upon by
strangers."



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Cyril Gray

"Friendship is knowing
that Rush is better than
AC/DC, but listening to
them both with your
friends."






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"Elegance, ecstacy, and
eloquence are the elements
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"Love is a strong journey
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Celia Gray

"Success is climbing up to
the highest mountain. You
slip down so many times,
but you don't give up
because someday you make
it. Someday you don't slip
down like before and then
when you have reached the
top, no one can bring you
down."



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Ilka Hemmings
"Love is expressing your
feelings by giving a
bouquet of sparkling red
roses, by caring about
somebody and accepting
all his faults along with
the blessings, and sharing
each other's problems as
well as giving a helping
hand."



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Heidi Hinz

"Take life as it comes
unless you can do someth-
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accept it as it is."



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Ewan Ho

"Education is the food we
eat every day. Sometimes
our food is delicious so that
we readily consume it, but
sometimes we are hostile to
food not fancily flavored.
Sometimes, those meals
make us stronger. As we
grow up, our taste changes
and our choice widens to
meet demands. We will
never stop eating as we
will never complete our
education."






Arturo Howell
"Success is gained with
the combination of forces:
the brain, the body, and
the spirit."



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Marvel Iglesias
"It's hard to realize that
maturity has arrived. The
years flew. We were in
seventh grade. Then we
just turned our faces away
for a minute and we're
seniors. Now is the time to
confront our maturity."






Heather Jacobs
"All the books in the world
can't teach what life is all
about. All the polysyllabic
utterances that flow from
lips won't necessarily
prove your intelligence.
What's the use of exponen-
tial notation if you don't
know how to apply it?"



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Ruben Jaurez
"A senior is to live as if
you will die tomorrow, but
to learn for an eternity."






John Kirby

"Walking around with a
smile on your face makes
you feel free. Feeling free
lets you grow. So be cool
and stay free."




Kelly Kirby

"Life is like the ocean
forever flowing and mov-
ing in new directions."



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Roberto Landers
"Success is not like being
the last pork and bean left
in a bowl. It's more like a
dream. It's like a boy and
a girl running on the
clouds through the path-
way to heaven."



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Laverne Laguna
"A friend is a special
someone who is depended
upon to help at all times,
and not someone who has
to be searched for when in
need."






Catherine Laurenzi
"Success is when you've
reached the summit of
your life. It's not the
money, the house, or the
gained reputation. It is the
love, the warmth in the
house^the respect you have
for others' lives, and the
respect they have gained
for you."







Sharon Martin
"Maturity is not growing
in age. It is becoming
wiser in your understand-
ing of things you were
ignorant of before."



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Kurt McQuillen

"Today's dreams are
tomorrows' realities."



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Michelle Modestin
"Maturity is not trying to
improve your personality
traits. It is gathering all
the mistakes you have
made in the past and
working very hard to
improve your character."






Millicent Morgan
"Life may come and life
may go, but the cycle
continues on. Day in and
day out your work is never
done. As a senior's days in
high school are ending,
someune else's are just
beginning."



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Jennifer Morris
"Maturity is being able to
reach out and grab life,
catching it in both hands
and using it wisely. It is
never placing it upon a
shelf, but placing it in the
core of your mind. Soon it's
like a seed beginning to
grow, sprouting eventually
to wisdom."



Christie O'Neal

"Education is similar to a
seed, developing, growing
and expanding. Gradua-
tion occurs when the petals
are shed and the initial
step to blossom has been
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Katherine Overstreet

"Friendship is like a cliff.
The ocean may swirl and
crash against it, lashing
out with all its fury, but in
the end, the cliff still
stands for people miles
away to see."



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Ricardo Ortiz
"Maturity is when you are
able to look back into the
past and recognize your







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"Success is gained with
more pain than pleasure."






Tanya Perry

"And now, friends we
part. We shall attempt to
fulfill the promises we
have made to ourselves, to
attain the goals we have
set for ourselves. Though
it seems that we are at the
end of our road, behold, it
is just the beginning .
Let us pray for the
strength to succeed."





Sharon Redman
"Friendships are like puz-
zles. They come in many
shapes, sizes, colors, and
cannot be completed with-
out working at putting it
together."



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Piero Reece

"Hate is going through the
wrong gate and is destruc-
tive rather than construc-
tive."



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Tony Reynolds
"A dream can be a foggy
night In London when
you're walking around and
you happen to see your old
friend, the friend you
thought had died in an
airplane crash. Dreams
build and restore lost
hope."








Patricia Rice

"Friendship is like a trip
you might take around the
world in which you learn a
lot and grow to be a better
person."



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Angela Rainey

"A senior is like a rock

which will be skipped

across the vast ocean of

life."



Juan Riviere
"My heart has beat thou-
sands of times in this
school. Now that I'm ready
to depart, I will carry my
fond memories although I
leave the school behind."



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Rita Rockwell

"Imagination is having
the ability to see into
things rather than just at
things."








John Rowell
"Seniors are a product of
education. They finally
reach the end of the
assembly line with the full
paint job and a brush up.
Some come out with a few
minor mechanical prob-
lems. A few are too loud;
they need mufflers. Others
have little energy; a
change of spark plugs
would do. A few need a
complete overhaul, but
nevertheless I still think
we all come out with a
touch of class."




Carole Sanchez
"Friendship is what keeps
the world going two
people together laughing
and glowing."



Fernando Sanchez
"Education, like the star
that guides a lost explorer,
is what will lead and rule
our lives; it's the guiding
star that takes us to our
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you know he's mistaken."



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John Schwartz

"Success is doing what
you're best at and knowing
what you can do and not
do. Success applies to your
knowledge as well as your
judgement. It is thinking
highly of yourself and
loving yourself for the
things you can do."





Darcilyn Scott
"Oh! Dios, no le quites la
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me hicieron el mal porque
mi perdo n tendran. Dejo
a sus conciencias para que
traten de encontrar la
felicidad ya que nadie
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mal que han hecho, en este
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Marcelo Smith
"Success is like reaching a
goal in the end zone of
life."




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Marsha Smith
"Love is being honest with
each other, sharing and
caring for each other, and
something you feel within
yourself and want to share
with others."



Caroline Soley
"A senior is .
often wondering after
graduation day which
branch on the Tree of Life
will be outstretched to
seize so as to terminate
this climb."



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Martha Sollas
"Success is an unflinching
attitude of strength and
perseverance even when
faced with odds ... it is
trusting in your own in-
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Fiama Steele
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Esterbina Trejos
"Open windows reveal
gorgeous images of nature
which light and heap our
heart with wonder, making
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of being alive."








Lisa Tyree

"A senior is a person who
has dreams and goals. He
wants to go out and
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Larry Walker
"Maturity is something
that does not come with
time, but with responsibili-
ty and with that which you
uphold."



Keith Wallace
"Time travels in but one
direction. Future success
depends upon long term
performance."






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Donna Watson
"Life is like eating plums
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Michael Wilkinson
"One who has not seen the
love of a friend has not
seen the light of day."



Scott Mendenhall
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"A life, like a train, can be
wrecked either through un-
controllable circumstances or
driver's error. With effort,
however, a life, like the
ponderous train, can be put
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Hall of Fame .

Selected by the Senior Glass




Mr. and Miss CHS



Larry Walker



Donna Watson




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Mike Wilkinson



Danielle Barriteau



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Mr. and Miss CHS Keith Wallace

Dina Gehringer



Best Personality



Most Athletic



Most Talented



Best Dressed



Wittiest



Jeff Adema
Michelle Modestin

Ricardo Ortiz
Kelly Kirby

John Rowell
Felicia Ford

Ricardo Ortiz
Laverne Laguna

Cyril Gray
Chris O'Neal







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Most Admired by Teachers and Staff

Gwynne Duryea
Most Admired Girl







What Gwynne's Teachers Say About Her:

"Genuine warmth in her smile."

"Did an excellent job as Student Association
treasurer."

"She's as bright as a sun ray."

"Enthusiastic, witty, concerened and cour-
teous."

"She's gifted and gracious."

"Has varied interests and activities."

"I admire her for her charm."

"She contributes to the school in many ways, for
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What Keith's Teachers Say About Him:

"A real gentleman and totally involved."

"Stable, steady, and practical."

"Has dedication. He's a real can-do, will-do
person."

"Gave full effort on the gridiron."

"Has a sense of responsibility and is school
spirited."

"Gives generously of his time."

"Just plain nice!"

"Excellent drummer and outstanding musician.
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"A precise and careful student."

"Studious, well motivated, and punctual."

"How much he's accomplished since first
enrolling here!"

"Probably the best student in school."

"He's a hardworking student interested in
learning."

"Perfect attitude."

"Truthful and loyal."

"I respect him."



Donna Watson

What Donna's Teachers Say About Her:

"Does a good job as Student Association vice
president."

"Handles herself well."

"Co-operative and willing to work."

"Always ready to help others."

"Has a calm composure about everything."

"She's the girl with the pretty smile."

"Non-complaining, exacting, involved."

"Outstanding in so many areas."





Jennifer Morris

What Jennifer's Teachers Say About Her:

"I give her my highest recommendation."

"She can work alone and be trusted."

"Beautiful attitude."

"I admire her personality."

"Pretty, congenial, cooperative."

"Friendly office assistant."

"Always willing to lend a helping hand."

"She's on the ball; she'll go far."



Paul Fast

What Paul's Teachers Say About Him:

"Strong character; shows sincerity and integri-
ty."

"Contributes much to his father's mission
work."

"A real scholar, well motivated."

"Extremely skilled and conscientious."

"Very intelligent and has a great desire to learn
as much as possible."

"Proud that our school had National Merit
Scholar."

"Sharp and so willing to give of his time."

"Dedicated to excellence."




Honorable Mention:

Jeff Adema, Jose Claus, Christy Connelly, Kathi Overstreet



Senior Officers Lead Way




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Presiden t

Kelly Kirby

Vice President

Patricia Rice

Secretary

Lisa Tyree

Treasurer



Autographs



JUNIORS . Looking Ahead To Next



Mike Davis

Presiden t

Todd Newman

Vice President

Lindia Willies

Secretary

Jeannie Corrigan

Treasurer




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Mike Davis



Henry De La Garza






Elida Dowling



Carmela Downey




Cheryl Kastancuk



Michael Keister



Felix Juarezz



Sue Jennings



Lange Jacobs




Allison Pin



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Jacqueline Plunkett



Charissa Pretto



Gisele Reece




Marta Varela



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John Bowerman

Presiden t

Maria Kitras

Vice President

Beatrice Tseng

Secretary

Susan Newall

Treasurer

Ruth Ferro

Business Manager




Pamela Canate



John Bowerman



Stacie Carey



Ryan Bliss



Carlos Beatty




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Grace Jones



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Maria Kitras




Axiel Riviere



Michael Rigby



Mariel Reece



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Tracy O'Neal




Cynthia White



Loris Yohros




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Lee Zieske



John Vargas




Not Pictured:
Bryan Boggs
Helen Moebus
Jaime Pujals



Ariane Zurek



Sophomore Class Favorites



Melvin Almodovar



Nicki Duryea




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Patty Cowles

Presiden t

Yvette Modestin

Vice President

Maite Calvo

Secretary

Veena Mayani

Treasurer

Katherine Tirado




Bill Bellande



Tatiana Bilgray



Michael Brandenburg



Kelly Brookhart



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Yenie Herrera



David Harlin



Leslie Griffin




Luis Ortiz



Thomas Overstreet



Chad Palma



Sofia Parades



Wayne Peart




Ralph Tiernan



Katherine Tirado



Hunter Tiblier



Jay Thomas



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Brenda Stokes




Glen Watson



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Evelia Gittens




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Marc Bjorneby
Mary Bowerman
Susan Brookhart
Ildaura Claus




Kim Dull
Richard Eckel
Ronald

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Julio Feliciano
Shaun Fields





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Percy Holgado

Kimberly Holmes

Robin Homan



Tracy Griffin
Jacqueline
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Patrick Hanan
Lavina Harjani
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April Kingery
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Eric Love
Daniel Lowinger
Frank Martinez








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Christopher

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Noel Osterland
Lisa Palumbo
Janet Paredes













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Sandi Rankin
Michele Rascon
Patricia

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Not Pictured:
Hoa Diaz
Ronald Duran
George Morgan
Danielle Ortiz
Dennis Paris
Nancy Sanchez






Late Entries:

Gerri-Lynn Beckwith

Joseph Campanelli

Morgan Jones

Calina Seybold

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Bernice Maduro

John Martinez

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Catherine
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Eric Mclntire
Felix Modestin
Janina Mon



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David

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Erik Petroni
Kenneth Pitts
Naomi Pratt




Valerie

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Jose Sanchez
Vanessa Seales
Ramona Sharer
Gary Simon



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Vanessa Sobers
Sheila Sperling
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Rhonda Turner
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Charles M. Renno

Principal

"Some people complain that the school setting
is artificial, but our lives are the sum total of
our experience; everything we do, think, read or
perceive through any of our senses. School is
then a rich or sparce experience which provides
us with wider horizons or limits our potential
depending on what is offered and how we react
to it. I view my mission is to provide a rich
variety of activities and encourage students to
take full advantage of their opportunities."



Howard Perkins

Assistant Principal

"Panama has been a vacation, a sort of time out
in my life to appreciate its beauty."



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Joanne Allen

"My work in the office is enjoyable and I've
always found the students and their
activities very interesting. I love Panama
and all its lush greenery; I love the rain,
the dry season breezes, the ocean and its
beaches."



Diana Davis

"To me, Panama means beautiful
weather with gorgeous sky and clouds, a
slow, even pace with less traffic and
especially GREAT KIDS."





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Nicki Harper

"I have loved Panama from the first
moment I stepped off the plane in
1962. I like the friendly people, the
historical background (past and pre-
sent) the weather, the sailing, the
beaches, etc. . Panama is small town
living in an international environ-
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Bob Mowery

"The many recreational opportunities in
Panama are special; especially I enjoy the
lakes and oceans. I know that I've been
free to pursue new and different hobbies
and have had a unique privilege to travel
in the warm climate countries."



Anne Gegg



"The greatest part of Cristobal High
School is the many faceted student body.
What a truly world group. I love to see
the students who enter speaking everyth-
ing but English and then to leave bi, tri
or quatri-lengual. The two from Hungary
had about the hardest time, but they
made it. So will all of you."



Jim Palumbo

Jim Palumbo enjoys the leisureliness of
Panama with its beaches full of pretty
girls and the scuba diving opportunities.
Seafood is a favorite of his as well as
trips to Columbia.




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Nina Miller
Librarian

"Whatever this area was

or is,
the Canal Zone

or Panama,
I really like it.
But, no matter

what it's called,
I'll never adjust to the bugs

here that bite!"



Dayton Wells
Librarian

"Since leaving the cold and
snows of my native Idaho to come
to tropical Panama, I never cease
to be fascinated by two things:
the fantastic tropical downpours
and reading about that remark-
able achievement, the building of
the 'bridge of water', the Pan-
ama Canal."



Dottie Ridge
Nurse

"I have enjoyed the opportunity
to be close to pupils during their
learning years. Gatun Lake has
brought lots of happiness to our
family with swimming and sail-
ing. We've loved the weather,
especially dry season with no
snow and slush and our trips to
San Bias, Boquete, and Old
Panama are all highlights."






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Mr. Bedsford Bartley

"Panama has helped me to
realize that sharing each other's
ideas and watching different
cultures working together is an
important element in life."



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Bud Antone
Physical Education

"There only seem to be two
classes of people rich
and poor. In Panama, a
third group exists the
Panama Canal worker and
there seems to be little
motivation to move in any
direction."





Alex Brunnell

Industrial Arts

"My Godl I've created a
grease monkey!"




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Lawrence Cowley

Math

"Thinking shuld be a pre-
requisite to acting, and is
a mental process rather
than oral.




Janice De Soto
French, English

"Un mot d'eloge: voila q
peut modifier toute u
existence.



Bill Gansen

Social Studies

"Panama has been a place
of exile for me, a way of
earning a living. I shall be
most satisfied to return to
the colder climes. My
memories of Panama and
Cristobal High School can
best be summed up as
checkered."





Jerry Graver

Industrial Arts

"Behold the turtle! He only
makes progress when he
sticks his neck out!"




Randall Grubbs

Math

To Cristobal High stu-
dents, Mr. Grubbs says:
"The high school exper-
ience can only happen once
in your life time, so take
full advantage of it while
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Joan Harris
Physical Education

"I love this weather because I
can enjoy all sports from
fishing to playing tennis. Or
if I'd rather, I can have a
siesta time. Because I was
born and raised here as a
"Zonian" I feel emotional
about the changes since the
treaty. The old C.Z. govern-
ment had the BEST school
system and I am proud and
feel privileged to have
taught in it."



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Charles Helm
Remedial Reading

"Jjb the past ten years it
has been fascinating to
consider con tradictory

movements in daily life. In
some ways we have become
less Americanized and in
other ways we have
become more American-
ized. Even though the
Canal Zone aspect of life is
less apparen t, we ha ve
more ties to the mainland
through transportation
and satellite TV program-
ming.




Phil Henry
Math




Charlotte Hinton
Home Economics

"Panama has enriched me
because of its beaches and
its remarkable scenery, all
definitely tropical. And
who doesn't love the
seafood galore?"




Beverly Hoffman
English

"For me, Panama has been a
window into so much learn-
ing. I've re-evaluated my
life, sometimes radically, and
have found new and chal-
lenging answers to life. Most
of all, I've looked into my
own being and have begun to
discover who I am and where
I want to go. It's both scarey
and freeing."




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Judy Hicks
English, Physical Education

"Many unwa n tod. un wel-
comed changes ha vo forced
me to stretch and grow and
search for the real issues of
life. Mainly, I'm learning to
rely on myelf less and trust
in Ood more by leaving the
past, enjoying the present,
and looking hopefully toward
the future."




Paul Hieronymus
Science

"Happy is the person who
looks upon the good with a
smile . brushes away the
bad with little thought .
and keeps wha t is most
worthwhile as hope for
tomorrow.



Ron Jacobs
Social Studies

"While in Panama I've
learned some lessons: the
importance of friendship,
the number of "necessi-
ties" one can live without,
an appreciation for
"differences" in people
and finally the importance
of dedication for the suc-
cessful completion of a
job."




Henry Jones

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ROTC

"Grow up! Grow smart!
Join our team . 'out
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Ed Koziol
Art

"My stay in Panama has
helped me see more clearly
how the ordinary citizen
can influence international
tensions for the better or
for the worse, and how
important it is for people
to learn about each other
and work together to solve
mutual problems."




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English

"What do I enjoy about
Panama? Just about
everything. I love the
artistry in molas, gold
jewelry, table cloths,
carved Indian screens,
pinatas, and baskets and
pottery from the local I
Indians. Most of all I feel
that a new closeness has
developed in our family
because of the Panama I
oriented activities we do
together."




Doug McLain
Band

"Why just good? To take raw
interest and hone it with a
willingness to learn, ability
and refine it, with self
discipline, desire and perfect
it with hard work . ahh,
that is the key."



Sgt. Gary Moore
ROTC

"We are looking for quality,
not quantity in JROTC!"





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Rozella Mottern

Business

"The friendliness of the
people who have spent so
many years working here
for the Panama Canal
Commission, the closeness
of families and the quality
of family life impress me.
Also, I love the fantastic
view of the sunset at the
point at Coco Solo with the
ships in line, waiting
entrance into the locks."




Ron O'Brien
ROTC

"To tolerate is to endorse;
you have the power to
change yourself and the
world! Use your power wise-
ly."




Luke Palumbo
Science

"Panama is for lovers and
the country never sleeps."



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Charles Reeves
Science

"/ enjoy the climate of
Panama and what this
beautiful country offers
for scuba and boating. I
relish my profession, the
courses I teach, and my
cooperative colleagues .
the challenges and
rewards of helping mold
our youths, hopefully so."





Zoe Rowell
Math

"I have especially enjoyed
my classes this year
because I find the 7th and
8 th graders extremely
motivated. Teaching in
Panama has given me the
unique opportunity to work
with students from a
different cultural back-
ground than my own and it
has been an enriching
experience.




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Spanish

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muy contento de sus clases
de espanol.



Bonnie Shank
English

"When life's realities rush
upon me in great waves,
contemplate on my life in
Panama: its lush flora,
tropical storms, its beau-
tiful ocean, our hometown
atmosphere, and especially
our s t u d e n t s with
'pizazz.





Bill Shank

Social Studies

"Panama has given me a
unique opportunity to
enjoy so many recrea tional
activities such as tennis,
scuba, jogging, and fish-
ing. Having lived in the
tropics for so many years,
I almost consider it our
home.





Ernest Wattley
Industrial Arts

"I'm having a wonderful
time here at C.H.S. Con-
tact is so short that we
must really make an effort
to enjoy the moments we
work together. These will
be 'the good old days.'"




Mary Lucy Welch
English

"What have I discovered?
Easy! Latins are wonder-
ful; Americans in Panama
are fantastic; salsa is my
kind of music. I love it
here."






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Bill Will
Social Studies

"Tropical life is so tranquil
and peaceful. I enjoy fall-
ing to sleep to the sound of
a tropical rainfall. Pan-
ama is an excellent jump-
off spot to the rest of Latin
America.




Serle Wise
English

"The aspect of moving from
one culture to another
opens "the windows" of
knowledge and under-
standing. I have grown
and am continuing."




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Math

"Life continues in spite of
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important than external
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Larry Walker



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Jose Claus
Palm Bowl Player



Coaches:

Bill Will, Head Coach

Randy Grubbs

Mike Venable

Charles Helm

Ron O'Brien

Hubert Key

Managers:
Angela Rainy
Heather Jacobs

Players:
Jeff Adema
David Beach
Roland Cantero
Jaime Claus
Jose Claus
John Frady
Fabian Fraiz
Wayne Forrest
Mike Gadbois
Antonio Hartley



Ricardo Ortiz
Palm Bowl Player

All-Isthmiam



Larry Walker
Palm Bowl Player




Scot Hudson
Kenneth Kellogg
John Kirby
Manuel Lopez
Kurt McQuillen
Todd Mendenhall
Scott Mendenhall
Eddie Morales
Maurice Morris
Ricardo Ortiz
Jody Palma
Wayne Peart
Arturo Peres
Piero Reece
David Renno
Tony Reynolds
Ian Sanchez
Marcelo Smith
Larry Walker
Gary Wallace
Keith Wallace
Jonathan Wattley
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Vannia Evans
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Coach Joan Harris

Leyda Balmaceda
Vannia Evans
Angel Ford
Christine Hollins
Kelly Hoover
Ana Iglesias
Marvel Iglesias
Mauri Iglesias
Traci Kraemer
Charrisa Pretto
Carole Sanchez
Marsha Smith
Lisa Tyree

With expertise and skillful coaching,
Mrs. Joan Harris triumphantly guided
the girls to an overwhelming victory over
the Balboa Red Machine. Although
Balboa was an obstacle at the beginning,
the girls overcame them and captured the
first place title for the 1981-82 season.




Dribblers Foil Red's Championship!





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Boys' Basketball
Coach: Henry

Jones
David Renno
Orlando Fontalvo
Jay Turner
Ricardo Francis
Antonio Hartley
Carlton Aaron
Piero Reece
Todd Newman
Marcelo Smith
Gary Wallace
Arturo Perez

(not pictured)




Marcelo Smith
All-Isthmian



Windows into CHS's Wimbledon




Mrs. Joan Harris, Coach
Kelly Kirby
Vannia Evans
Heidi Hinz



Traci Kraemer
Michele Modestin
Chris O'Neal
Evelyne Myers




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The 1982 Girls' Tennis team, off to a smashing start, won their first match of the season and
continued to fight with endless Tiger spirit under a burning sun. Mixed with the dry season's winds,
the girls practice long and hard under the supervision of Mrs. Harris.



Where the Pro's Play




Mr. Bill Shank, Coach
John Kirby
Mike Graham



Cyril Gray
David Riordan
Carlos Beatty




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Spikers Show Spirit




Prom left to right: Magaly Francis, Coach Harris, Captain Vannia Evans, Charissa Pretto, Denise Willete, Tara Brown, Tonya
Batizy, Lyda Balmaceda, Ana Seeley, Kelly Hoover, Traci Kraemer, Lisa Tyree, and Assistant Coach Vicky Borell.




Peering inside the old cliche, behind every great man there
is a great woman, you will find a grain of truth. Apply this
to CHS, and you have behind every great athlete there is
Mrs. Harris.

It is not enough to say that Mrs. Harris is adept, dedicated,
concerned, and an inspiration to all her students; she also
cares. Simply, she is not a 7:45 to 2:15 teacher; she is a
legend. She can mold seven or twelve individuals into a team,
teaching them responsibilitiy, sportsmanship and the desire
to reach an honorable goal.

For all these reasons and more, Cristobal dreads waving
goodbye. Mrs. Harris, you will always remain a special part
of our school.

P.S. Do you have to go???

Written by: Traci Kraemer and Ana Seeley




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Almodovar, Tank Davis, Wayne Peart, David Beach, Assistant Coach Mike Mazerolle, Manager Kelly
Hoover, Manager Rita Rockwell, Antonio Hartley, Ricardo Francis, Marcelo Smith, Orlando Fontalvo,
David Renno, Arturo Perez, and Robert Gehringer






The highlights of the
1982 Tigers baseball
season are the victories
against Balboa White
with a score of 4-2, and
Balboa Red with a score
of 16-4. The outstand-
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the All-Isthmus ba-
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Smith as second base-
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Lange Jacobs, Mike Davis, Evans Riviere, Jose Claus, Front row: Rick Ortiz, Gilberto Cintron, Eric Galvez, Juan Riviere, Lee
Graver, Osvaldo Tom, Greg Wise, John Davis, and Jeff Adema. Missing: Willie Clark, Stamis Kitras, and Kumar Mayani




The 1981-82 Boys' Soccer team set a goal last year and
victoriously went after it. They finished the season capturing
the second place title. With the aid of Coach Will, the boys
played with skill and vitality.



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CHS Keeps on Tracking




Varsity Track



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1983 CHS Track Team

Track Coach
Mr. Henry Jones
Varsity Track
Maurice Morris
Kelly Hoover
Michele Modestin
Vannia Evans
Jerome Sims
Junior Varsity Track
Cynthia White
Vanessa Seales
Yolanda Howell
Yvette Modestin
Sonia White
Kelly Simons
Grace Jones
Anastacia Steele
George Layne
Roy Watson
Wayne Peart
Gary Wallace
Not Pictured
Melanie Coke
Vanessa Sobers




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Elizabeth Lopez

Palm Bowl Queen



Each year the members of the Cristobal High
Varsity Football Team selects one varsity
Cheerleader to represent Cristobal at the Palm
Bowl, where the first-place team competes against
the All-Stars. This year Elizabeth Lopez was
chosen. She and the other cheerleaders worked



hard to sell tickets and raise money. All proceeds



went to charity.





Captain (left) : Jackie Plunkett
Co-Captain (above) : Tracy O'Neal





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retired. The athletic department dedicated the 1981 -'82
Jamboree to him, especially remembering his years of
coaching football and basketball, his rapport with students,
and his athletically appealing legs!



Homecoming Kaleidoscopes Spirit .




Queen Lisa Tyree



Danielle Barriteau
Michele Modestin
Jennifer Morris
Christie O'Neal
Patricia Rice

Donna Watson



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Marcelo Smith Lisa Tyree








Greg Wise Christy Connelly



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Terry Gibson, Wendy Cooper, Wynn
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Connelly, Cheryl Kastancuk

Elves: Carrie Wessling, Rita Rock-
well, Christy Connelly

Goblins: David Renno, Kenn
Green, Terry Gibson, Jackie

Grocery Boy: Jackie Gray

Crew: Gena Stinett, Donna Wats<
Marcus Cruz, David Hudson
Hudson.




Ten Little Indians .



. . And Then There Were None




John Bowerman Philip Lombard
Leslie Griffin Vera. Claythorne
Rowell III Sir Lawrence
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Shannon Doran William Biore
Christy Connelly Emily Brent
Mark Rowell Gen. John Mackenzie
David Jacobs Dr. Edward

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Martha Varela Antoinette Marston
Henry De La Garza Thomas Rogers
Christy Geidner Ethel Rogers
Mike Rigby Fred Narrcott






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Student Association Officers .

Campaign for Election and Exchange Ideas for Betterment




President John Rowell



Vice-President Donna Watson




Treasurer Henry De La Garza



Secretary Kim Kirby



Representatives Assist Officers







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Junior High

Sandi Rankin

Jaime Chan

Tiernen Corrigan

Mark Rowell

Paul Wilkinson

Tammie Troutman

Frank Alberga

Jennifer Ley

Cathy Mclntire

Michele Rascon

Missing

Kim Dull



Senior High
Carole Sanchez
Heather Jacobs
Marta Varela
Henry De La Garza
Shelly Romero
Tati Bilgray
Patty Cowles
Maite Calvo
Tom Overstreet
Missing
Traci Kraemer
Gena Stinnett
Selena Keister
Beth McDonough
Sheila Huiett
Patty Thompson




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C.H.S. Band Tunes Up School




K. Manley, Y. Modestln, C. Oeidner, J. Yznaga, L. McQuillen,
C. Gray



A. Rainey, 8. White, A. Iglesias, E. Yohros




T. Flynn, M. Almodovar, M. Smith, J. Thomas



8. Mendenhall, E. Morales, A. Hartley, T. Kraemer




C. Pretto, C. Soley, M. Iglesias, K. Hoover, Y. Howell (Not
pictured L. Willies)



L. Walker. P. Cowles, S. Carey, H. Hinz, L. Griffin, White, J. Adema



Debbie Egolf Iann 8anehez, C. Aaron, K. Wallace, M. Yokum (Not pictured

D. Hudson)



CHS Stage Band



Yolanda Howell Baritone Saxophone

Kathi Overstreet Alto Saxophone

Marvel Iglesias (not pictured) Tenor Saxophone

Traci Kraemer Trombone

Jose Claus Bass Trombone

Scott Mendenhall Bass Trombone

Scot Hudson Trumpet

Marcelo Smith Trumpet

Melvin Almodovar Trumpet

Jeff Adema Bass Guitar

Keith Wallace Percussion

Iann Sanchez Percussion

John Rowell Piano



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Captain Ron O'Brien, SFC Key, and SFC Moore are employed
by the army to teach cadets to, "Lead, follow, or get out of the
way." They wish the cadets to be heroes of their own lives, rather
than victims.




Leadership IV
Murdock Gilmore
Cecilia Gray
Celia Gray
Arturo Howell
Caroline Soley
Fiama Steele
Esterbina Trejos



Leadership III
Marjorie Adamson
Carlos Beatty
James Moebus
Mariel Reece
Francisca Trejos
John Wattley
Leadership II



Tracy Adair
Kinon Coles
Terry Gibson
Jackie Gray
Sheila Huiett
David Jacobs
Sharon Martin
Usha Mayani



Veena Mayani
Anthony Morgan
Todd Newman
Shelly Romero
Norman Smith
Migeul Thompson
Leadership I
Allen Burns




Casey Coombes
Rena Daisey
David Delgado
Shawn Fields
Evelia Gittens
Patrick Hanan
Stephanie Hartfield
Horacio Herrera
Robin Haman
Kitty Laurenzi
Mike Laurenzi
Stephanie Lassiter
Barbara Morgan
George Morgan
Daryl Peters
Keith Schoonover
Jerome Sims
Allan M. Tolentino
Allen F. Tolentino
Darlene Tom
Tammie Troutman
Guy Wade
Daniel Woods
Mike Woods
Tracy Wilkinson
Bridget Yocum
Julie Yznaga



Windows Into Teamwork




The Cristobal High School Girls' Drill Team,
under the leadership of Commander Dina
Gehringer and Co-Commander Donna Wat-
son, spend many long and tedious hours
perfecting their routines for the crowds at
football halftime. With Mrs. Zieske's
sponsorship and devotion, the girls prove to
be an asset to Cristobal.



Dina Gehringer,
Commander
Donna Watson,
Co-Commander
Grace Jones
Maite Calvo
Lisa McQuillan
Vicky Leggett
Joanne Leggett
Cynthia White
Sonia White
Lee Zieske
Lesa Walker
Marta Varela
Brenda Stokes
Leslie Griffin
Heidi Hinz
Marian Tiblier
Sherry Frady




Windows into Wisdom . NHS .




Debbie Egolf

Ceceilia Foy

Gwynne Duryea

Kathy Overstreet

Mike Graham

Donna Watson

Paul Fast

Christy Connelly

Ewan Ho

Jose Claus, not pictured






Honor Students



Students with a 3.75 cumulative grade point average are:



Grade 12
Christine Connelly
Gwynne Duryea
Paul Fast
Cecilia Foy
Ewan Ho



Grade 11

Henry De La Garza

Kim Kirby



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John Bowerman
Grace Jones
Beatrice Tseng



Grade 9
Tonya Batizy
Leslie Griffin
Veena Mayani



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From left to right: Mike Graham (President) David Harlin, Christy Connelly,
Krista Wessling (Secretary and Treasurer), Kim Kirby, Mr. Reeves, Scot
Hudson, Martha Solas, Scott Mendenhall, Lindia Willies, David Beach (Vice
President), Mike Rigby, David Hudson, Eduardo Real, and Luis Ortiz. Not
pictured: Gwynne Duryea, Jose Claus and Keith Wallace.



The Science Club was started in 1978
by a group of students wanting to get
together to share their ideas on
different science topics. Since it has
been formed, the Science Club
members have made annual trips to
Barro Colorado, the Smithsonian
Institute at Galeta, and other inter-
esting and worthwhile points of
interest. Despite the decreasing
number of students at C.H.S.,
students still show their interest by
joining the club. The members of the
club will gladly welcome any one who
cares to share his ideas.




From left to right: Loris Yohros, Dan Woods, Liska Lu, Henry De La Garza,
Beatrice Tseng, Fernando Sanchez, Heather Jacobs (Secretary), Paul Fast
(President), Miguel Thompson, Hector Menoz, Kathy Tirado, Gisele Reece,
Pauline Snyder, Tanya Juarez, Ann Ross, Esterbina Trjos, Nicki Duryea. Not
pictured: Argie Costopangioti (Vice President), and Helen Harjani
(Treasurer)



The French Club is an organization of
French speaking students formed in
1962 at C.H.S. Being a member of
this cultural club means encountering
many new and exciting areas of a
different way of life. Last year's
members made a successful cultural
trip to Balboa High School and shared
songs and food with their French
Club.

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Beverly Hoffman,
Sponsor
Susan Newall
Patty Thompson
Chris O'Neal
Gwynne Duryea
Yolanda Howell
Stacie Carey
Jennifer Ley
Mitzie Lau
Ruth Ferro
Beatrice Tseng
Roy Watson
Eddie Morales
Carlos Beatty
Glen Watson

A special thanks to
Mrs. Hint on, Busi-
ness Manager, Susan
Newall, Mitzie Lau,
Champa Mayani, Kim
Holmes, and Lavina
Harjani for all their
time and effort spent
with the advertising
section.



With suitcase in hand, Mr. Gansen receives a kiss from Sharon
Martin as he leaves school, putting in untold hours as yearbook
photography sponsor and photographer.



Yearbook photographers Patty Thompson, Jennifer Ley,
Glenn Watson and Mike Rigby thank David Riordan, Krista
Wessling, David Beach, and Peter Fung for their help .
and especially they laud Mr. Gansen for his direction!




Writing And Then More!
. Tiger Tales Staff




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Bonnie Shank, Sponsor

Donna Watson

Beatrice Tseng

Ken Pitts

Evelyn Meyers

Veena Mayani

Samuel Cheung

Pao I Min

Eddie Morales

John Bowerman

Oris Beckwith

Lino Ho

Missing: Maite Calvo



The literary magazine was
created last year by English
teachers Mrs. Shank and Mrs.
Hoffman to highlight students'
writings. Mr. Gansen's title
"Tiger Tales" was chosen
among many.



C.H.S. Sun Dial Staff



Mary Lucy Welch,
Sponsor
Gisele Reece
Donna Watson
Krista Wessling
Michele Modestin
Greg Wise
Danielle Barriteau
Debbie Egolf
Rick Ortiz
John Frady
Mike Wilkinson
David Renno
Kurt McQuillan
Angela Rainey
Ana Seeley
Emma Yohros






Focusing on the Audio- Visual Club



The A.V. Club is organized to teach
students how to operate the audio-
visual equipment. Members are
requested to set up equipment at
school functions which may vary
from sound projectors to television
cameras. Sponsor is Nina Miller.




Members: Alberto Tseng, Samatha Smith, Ronald Fairbanks, Michelle Smith, Allen
Smith, Kathy Green, Jaime Chan, Jennifer Ley, John Zieske, Alan Eckel, Michele
Rascon, Sandy Rankin, Chris O'Rourke, Daniel Lowinger, Imy Plunkett, Sean
Anderson, Ildaura Claus, Oscar Gallego and Kenny Leggett.



During a field trip to the School of the
Americas, PFC Kenneth Body instructs
David Overstreet in the mechanics of
machines.



Caribe Club Begins




Under the sponsorship
of Anne Gegg, Coun-
selor, the Caribe Club
has begun, with its
main emphasis on tutor-
ing students.

Martha Sollas
Presiden t
Beatrice Tseng
Vice President
Stacie Savage
Secretary
Lavina Harjani
Treasurer
Ildaura Claus
Historian



Graduates Seek New Vistas




January Graduates



Carlton Aaron
Dawn Chadwick
Ceceilia Foy



Heather Jacobs

Roberto Landers

Jennifer Morris



1981-1982

Honor
Graduates



Marge Adamson
Miriam Calvo
Jose Claus
Christy Connelly
Gwynne Duryea
Debbie Egolf
Paul Fast
Ceceilia Foy
Dina Gehringer
Mike Graham
Helen Harjani
Ewan Ho
Arturo Howell
Heather Jacobs
Kitty Laurenzi
Kathy Overstreet
John Rowell
Fernando Sanchez
Esterbina Trejos
Keith Wallace
Donna Watson




We've come to sing a praise

A hearty cheer to raise

For the school we love so dear

Our own Cristobal High

We'll honor her name,

Increase her fame

Through passing years

'Twill be the same.

She's known forever

By her true endeavor.

We're proud to claim her for

Our own, our very own.

Oh, yes, we've found her the best

North, east, south or west

She's our own school

Cristobal High!

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In Memoriam



February 21, 1982

"Yesterday afternoon Cris-
tobal High School student
Lisa McQuillan and Cris-
tobal High School
Graduate Joe Corrigan
drowned in the Chagres
River below the spillway.
We are all saddened by this
tragedy and we ask that
the whole school stop now
for a moment of silence in
memory of these two."

Charles Renno, Principal,
as announced to the student
body




Lisa McQuillan



Joe Corrigan




"No man is an island,
entire of itself; every
man is a piece of the
continent, a part of the
main . Any man's
death diminishes me,
because I am involved in
mankind; and therefore
never send to know for
whom the bell tolls; it
tolls for thee."

-John Donne



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Angelique Rockwell


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Constance Sperling


Tony Sloan


Katherine Tirado


Ralph Tiernan


Hunter Tiblier


Jay Thomas


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Brenda Jennings


Frederick Jones


Francisco Lee


Vicky Leggett


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Karen Manley


Anna Martine
Anna Martinez


Carole Martinez
Carole Martinez


Veena Mayani


Elida Meza


Yvette Modestin


Valisis Morgan


Sofia Parades


Wayne Peart


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CHS Stage Band


Yolanda Howell Baritone Saxophone
Kathi Overstreet Alto Saxophone
Marvel Iglesias (not pictured) Tenor Saxophone
Traci Kraemer Trombone
Jose Claus Bass Trombone
Scott Mendenhall Bass Trombone
Scot Hudson Trumpet
Marcelo Smith Trumpet
Melvin Almodovar Trumpet
Jeff Adema Bass Guitar
Keith Wallace Percussion
Iann Sanchez Percussion
John Rowell Piano


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Science

"I enjoy the climate of
Panama and what this
beautiful country offers
for scuba and boating. I
relish my profession, the
courses I teach, and my
cooperative colleagues ...
the challenges and
rewards of helping mold
our youths, hopefully so."


Math

"I have especially enjoyed
my classes this year
because I find the 7th and
8th graders extremely
motivated. Teaching in
Panama has given me the
unique opportunity to work
with students from a
different cultural back-
ground than my own and it
has been an enriching
experience."


Edith Rozett
Special Education


Pastor Sanchez
Spanish

El professor Pastor Sanchez
se siente muy complacido
en former parte del
profesorado de C.H.S. y
muy content de sus classes
de espanol.


Zoe Rowell






Spikers Show Spirit


From left to right: Magaly Francis, Coach Harris, Captain Vannia Evans, Charissa Pretto, Denise Willete, Tara Brown, Tonya
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Anxious, we wait for the noon bell to ring.
Window on food-it's our "savor-ite" thing.

The bell rings; books, formulas,
and map tests take second place
while all are seen

... scurrying for hot french
fries with gravy on top,

... wondering what mom
packed for lunch,

... hoping a MacDonald's
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the cafeteria.


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The highlights of the
1982 Tigers baseball
season are the victories
against Balboa White
with a score of 4-2, and
Balboa Red with a score
of 16-4. The outstand-
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the All-Isthmus ba-
seball team are Marcelo
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Nina Miller Dayton Wells
Librarian Librarian


"Whatever this area was
or is,
the Canal Zone
or Panama,
I really like it.
But, no matter
what it's called,
I'll never adjust to the bugs
here that bite!"


"Since leaving the cold and
snows of my native Idaho to come
to tropical Panama, I never cease
to be fascinated by two things:
the fantastic tropical downpours
and reading about that remark-
able achievement, the building of
the 'bridge of water', the Pan-
ama Canal."


Dottie Ridge
Nurse
"I have enjoyed the opportunity
to be close to pupils during their
learning years. Gatun Lake has
brought lots of happiness to our
family with swimming and sail-
ing. We've loved the weather,
especially dry season with no
snow and slush and our trips to
San Bias, Boquete, and Old
Panama are all highlights."


Mr. Bedsford Bartley
"Panama has helped me to
realize that sharing each other's
ideas and watching different
cultures working together is an
important element in life."




















Best Personality


Greg Wise


Heather Jacobs


Most Athletic


Marcelo Smith Marvel Iglesias






1982 CHS Track Team

Track Coach
Mr. Henry Jones
Varsity Track
Maurice Morris
Kelly Hoover
Michele Modestin
Vannia Evans
Jerome Sims
Junior Varsity Track
Cynthia White
Vanessa Seales
Yolanda Howell
Yvette Modestin
Sonia White
Kelly Simons
Grace Jones
Anastacia Steele
George Layne
Roy Watson
Wayne Peart
Gary Wallace
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Melanie Coke
Vanessa Sobers






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Courage shouts at trial and pain
A glad "Hurrah" despite the rain.
With grace, a godly light shines through
This window that now honors you.


Melissa Knoop, we dedicate this yearbook to you.
As a school we've recognized your strength as
you've been

S.. struggling with pain,

... praying for answers,

... living in victory over Hodgkins disease.


Melissa Knoop 1981 C.H.S. graduate


Dottie and Vince Ridge
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Dottie and Vince Ridge, we as a school, salute
your Tiger spirit. Even when parents, teachers
or students aren't at game and school events,
we can count on you attending. We've
remembered you as you, Vince, have been heard

... coaching from the announcer's box, "Don't
catch that ball. Don't catch that ball."

... encouraging the fans to shout a mighty
"Hurrah!" as you signal the crowd with
your famous, "Give me a T. Give me an I.
Give me a G. Give me a E. Give me a RI"

... officiating baseball and football for
thousands of Canal area kids.


Manifested in you two
Is "Tiger Spirit," tried and true.
Now comes our time to cheer your name
With this great window into fame.





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Hoover, Manager Rita Rockwell, Antonio Hartley, Ricardo Francis, Marcelo Smith, Orlando Fontalvo,
David Renno, Arturo Perez, and Robert Gehringer






Windows Into Teamwork

Dina Gehringer,
Commander
Donna Watson,
Co-Commander
Grace Jones
Maite Calvo
Lisa McQuillan
Vicky Leggett
Joanne Leggett
Cynthia White
Sonia White
Lee Zieske
Lesa Walker
Marta Varela
Brenda Stokes
Leslie Griffin
Heidi Hinz
Marian Tiblier
Sherry Frady













The Cristobal High School Girls' Drill Team,
under the leadership of Commander Dina
Gehringer and Co-Commander Donna Wat-
son, spend many long and tedious hours
perfecting their routines for the crowds at
football halftime. With Mrs. Zieske's
sponsorship and devotion, the girls prove to
be an asset to Cristobal.



















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Eric Galvez


Blanca Hauke


Terrence Gibson


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Scot Hudson


Digna Herrera


Antonio Hartley


Chris Harlin


Michael Keister


Cheryl Kastancuk


Felix Juarezz


Sue Jennings


Lange Jacobs


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K. Manley, Y. Modestln, C. Goidner, J. Yznaga, L. McQuillen,
C. Gray


A. Rainey, 8. White, A. Iglesias, E. Yohros


T. Flynn, M. Almodovar, M. Smith, J. Thomas


A. Howell, 8. Redman, M. Smith, U. Mayani, T. Bllgray, P. Pratt


C. Pretto, C. Soley, M. Iglesias, K. Hoover, Y. Howell (Not
pictured L. Willies)


8. Mendenhall, E. Morales, A. Hartley, T. Kraemer


M. Gadbols, J. Wattley, C. Thompson, M. Graham


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Catherine
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Eric McIntire
Felix Modestin
Janina Mon


Abdiel Moolchan
Corey Moye
Valerie Mullen
Shelly Nelson
Sheila O'Donnell


Lori Osterland
David
Overstreet
Erik Petroni'
Kenneth Pitts
Naomi Pratt


Leonard Rabago
Michael Russo
Marcia Redman
Charles Rhine
Linda Richardson


Valerie
Robinson
Jose Sanchez
Vanessa Seales
Ramona Sharer
Gary Simon


Greta Sims
Jessica Sims
Allen Smith
Michael Smith
Samantha Smith





Ewan Ho

What Ewan's Teachers Say About Him:

"A precise and careful student."

S"Studious, well motivated, and punctual."

"How much he's accomplished since first
enrolling here!"

"Probably the best student in school."

"He's a hardworking student interested in
learning."

S"Perfect attitude."

"Truthful and loyal."

"I respect him."








Donna Watson

What Donna's Teachers Say About Her:

"Does a good job as Student Association vice
president."

"Handles herself well."

"Co-operative and willing to work."
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"Always ready to help others."

"Has a calm composure about everything."

"She's the girl with the pretty smile."

"Non-complaining, exacting, involved."

"Outstanding in so many areas."







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"Love is
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... forgiving someone who
has made a mistake,
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you know he's mistaken."







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Darcilyn Scott
"Oh! Dios, no le quites la
esencia de vivir a esos que
me hicieron el mal porque
mi perd6 n tendran. Dejo
a sus conciencias para que
traten de encontrar la
felicidad ya que nadie
puede escapar de pagar el
mal que han hecho, en este
mundo imperfecto."





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Marsha Smith
"Love is being honest with
each other, sharing and
caring for each other, and
something you feel within
yourself and want to share
with others."


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"Success is an unflinching
attitude of strength and
perseverance even when
faced with odds ... it is
trusting in your own in-
ward force to conquer all."


John Schwartz
"Success is doing what
you're best at and knowing
what you can do and not
do. Success applies to your
knowledge as well as your
judgement. It is thinking
highly of yourself and
loving yourself for the
things you can do."


Marcelo Smith
"Success is like reaching a
goal in the end zone of
life."








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graduation day which
branch on the Tree of Life
will be outstretched to
seize so as to terminate
this climb."


Fiama Steele
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grips the earth. And it is
now his turn to produce
the kind of plant he wants
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Ana Seeley


Lee Smith


Norman Smith


Miguel Thompson


Patricia Thompson


Marian Tiblier


Francisca Trejos


Beatrice Tseng


Deborah Turner


Jay Turner


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Lesa Walker


Gary Wallace


Roy Watson


Cynthia White


Sonia White


Daniel Woods


Tarek Yaafar


Loris Yohros


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Eric Murray
Christopher
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Noel Osterland
Lisa Palumbo
Janet Paredes


Stacey Patton
Lisette Perez
Kimberly Phillips
Imogene Plunkett
Catherine Quinn


Bridget Ramke
Sandi Rankin
Michele Rascon
Patricia
Rockwell
Angela
Rodriguez


Lenin Roldan
Ann Ross
Mark Rowell
Arnaldo Sanchez
Marisol Sandin


Stacie Savage
Karen Schwartz
George Sharer
Kelli Simons
Pauline Snyder


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Michael Tiblier
Allan M. Tolentino
Allan F. Tolentino
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Representatives Assist Officers
Senior High
Carole Sanchez
Heather Jacobs
Marta Varela
Paul .W N is .. . Henry De La Garza
SShelly Romero
Tati Bilgray
Patty Cowles
Maite Calvo
Tom Overstreet
Missing
Traci Kraemer
Gena Stinnett
Selena Keister
Beth McDonough
Sheila Huiett
Patty Thompson







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Sandi Rankin m
Jaime Chan
Tiernen Corrigan
Mark Rowell
Paul Wilkinson
Tammie Troutman
Frank Alberga
Jennifer Ley
Cathy McIntire
Michele Rascon
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Kim Dull


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Keith Wallace


Patricia Rice


Greg Wise Christy Connelly


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S.,t. Hubert Key
ROTC

"Grow up! Grow smart!
Join our team ... 'out
standing.' "


Ed Koziol


Art

"My stay in Panama has
helped me see more clearly
how the ordinary citizen
can influence international
tensions for the better or
for the worse, and how
important it is for people
to learn about each other
and work together to solve
mutual problems."


Pat Laurenzi
English

"What do I enjoy about
Panama? Just about
everything. I love the
artistry in molas, gold
jewelry, table cloths,
carved Indian screens,
pinatas, and baskets and
pottery from the local
Indians. Most of all I feel
that a new closeness has
developed in our family
because of the Panama -
oriented activities we do
together."


Doug McLain
Band

"Why just good? To take raw
interest and hone it with a
willingness to learn, ability
and refine it, with self
discipline, desire and perfect
it with hard work ... ahh,
that is the key."






Derick Facey
David Flynn
Reinaldo
Francis
Oscar Gallego
Emilio Gittens


Joy Gooding
Maritza Gonzalez
Cathy Green
Thomas Hanan
Hilda Hernandez


William
Hernandez
Michelle Hinote
Pilar Holgado
Frank Hoover
Marta Howell


Esteban Jimenez
Viveca Johansson
Roberto Johnson
Bernard Josephs
Angela Kinsey


John Lambeth
Mary Laurenzi
Lisa Lee
Kerry Leggett
Richard Leleaux


Jennifer Ley
Laura Longsworth
Bernice Maduro
John Martinez
Yukimi Martinez






Peering through windows as tourists might do,

Enchanted by scenes, both the old and the new.


The stained glass medallion, housed in the old Civil Affairs
building, combines wing and propeller motif with the U.S. and
Panama flags against flags of all nations in the Pan American
Union. The motif reminds that the building was once an
airport.

In 1618 the Porto
Bello we know was
called Felipe de
Portobelo and had
130 houses in the
main town. It was
the site of many
bloody raids with
its 17-cannon line
in Fort San Fer-
nando and finally
became the rest-
ing place of Sir
Francis Drake.


Viewing the ruins of Old Panama City awakens memories
buried by time. For three centuries, Panama was the most
luxurious city in Central and South America. Prosperity
continued until the city was destroyed in 1671 by the English
buccaneer Sir Henry Morgan.




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BEST WISHES TO THE
CRISTOBAL ARMED


CLASS OF
FORCES


1982
YMCA


CAPT. FRANK V. KERLEY

CHAIRMAN OF CRISTOBAL BOARD

LT. GEN. DENNIS P. McAULIFF, USA


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Industrial Arts

"My God! I've created a
grease monkey"


Physical Education

"There only seem to be two
classes of people rich
and poor. In Panama, a
third group exists the
Panama Canal worker and
there seems to be little
motivation to move in any
direction."


Lawrence Cowley

Math

"Thinking should be a pre-
requisite to acting, and is
a mental process rather
than oral."


Janice De Soto

French, English

"Un mot d'eloge: voilbi
peut modifier touted u
existence."


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BEST WISHES
FROM

FERMIN CHAN
FABRIC LA VICTORIA



TO OUR DARLING DEBRA
WE WISH YOU COMPLETE
SUCCESS IN ALL YOUR
ENDEAVORS, LOTS OF
HAPPINESS, A LONG LIFE,
AND OUR LOVE ALWAYS.
MOM AND DAD GOLF


BEST WISHES
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CONGRATULATES


THE 1982


CLASS


ZONA LIBRE DE COLON


DARCY
MAY THE LORD BLESS
AND GUIDE YOU.
OUR HEARTS ARE FILLED
WITH PRIDE AND LOVE THIS

YEAR OF YOUR GRADUATION.
MOM AND GRANDPARENTS

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Captain Ron O'Brien, SFC Key, and SFC Moore are employed
by the army to teach cadets to, "Lead, follow, or get out of the
way." They wish the cadets to be heroes of their own lives, rather
than victims.


Leadership IV Leadership III
Murdock Gilmore Marjorie Adamson
Cecilia Gray Carlos Beatty
Celia Gray James Moebus
Arturo Howell Mariel Reece
Caroline Soley Francisca Trejos
Fiama Steele John Wattley
Esterbina Trejos Leadership II

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Tracy Adair
Kinon Coles
Terry Gibson
Jackie Gray
Sheila Huiett
David Jacobs
Sharon Martin
Usha Mayani

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Veena Mayani
Anthony Morgan
Todd Newman
Shelly Romero
Norman Smith
Migeul Thompson
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Allen Burns


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Casey Coombes
Rena Daisey
David Delgado
Shawn Fields
Evelia Gittens
Patrick Hanan
Stephanie Hartfield
Horacio Herrera
Robin Haman
Kitty Laurenzi
Mike Laurenzi
Stephanie Lassiter
Barbara Morgan
George Morgan
Daryl Peters
Keith Schoonover
Jerome Sims
Allan M. Tolentino
Allen F. Tolentino
Darlene Tom
Tammie Troutman
Guy Wade
Daniel Woods
Mike Woods
Tracy Wilkinson
Bridget Yocum
Julie Yznaga


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"Open windows reveal
gorgeous images of nature
which light and heap our
heart with wonder, making
us feel the great sensation
of being alive."







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Larry Walker
"Maturity is something
that does not come with
time, but with responsibili-
ty and with that which you
uphold."


Donna Watson
"Life is like eating plums
... one has to eat the sour
before he gets to the
sweet."


Michael Wilkinson
"One who has not seen the
love of a friend has not
seen the light of day."


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"A senior is a person who
has dreams and goals. He
wants to go out and
conquer."








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Keith Wallace
"Time travels in but one
direction. Future success
depends upon long term
performance."







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Gregory Wise


Scott Mendenhall
(Not pictured.)
"A life, like a train, can be
wrecked either through un-
controllable circumstances or
driver's error. With effort,
however, a life, like the
ponderous train, can be put
back on the track."


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Jeff Adema


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"Life is like the ocean
forever flowing and mov-
ing in new directions."













Laverne Laguna
"A friend is a special
someone who is depended
upon to help at all times,
and not someone who has
to be searched for when in
need."







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"Maturity is not growing
in age. It is becoming
wiser in your understand-
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"Maturity is not trying to
improve your personality
traits. It is gathering all
the mistakes you have
made in the past and
working very hard to
improve your character."


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"Success is not like being
the last pork and bean left
in a bowl. It's more like a
dream. It's like a boy and
a girl running on the
clouds through the path-
way to heaven."







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Catherine Laurenzi
"Success is when you've
reached the summit of
your life. It's not the
money, the house, or the
gained reputation. It is the
love, the warmth in the
house;tjhe respect you have
for others' lives, and the
respect they have gained
for you."




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Kurt McQuillen
"Today's dreams are
tomorrows' realities."


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Millicent Morgan
"Life may come and life
may go, but the cycle
continues on. Day in and
day out your work is never
done. As a senior's days in
high school are ending,
someone else's are just
beginning."





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Paul Snyder
Vanessa Sobers
Sheila Sperling
Anastacia
Steele
James Steele


Lisa Teague
Robert Thompson
Michael Tiernan
Efrain Tirado
Blanquita Trejos


Lori Turnbull
Rhonda Turner
Stanley Vest
Ariel Wilkins
Paul Wilkinson


Julie Williams
Mark Williams
Alicia Wilson
Benjamin Yohros


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Kelly Fletcher
Jose Ocadiz
Sergio Ocadiz
Donna Trantham


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Debra Egolf
"Friendship is like the
tides of an ocean with the
changing moons. It has its
constant swells, but rushes
towards you in the end.
Like the tides depend upon
the moons, friends depend
upon each other."



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Orlando Fontalvo
"Love is not just one word;
love is a feeling you have
inside your heart."









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Cecilia Foy
"Love is like an ever burning
candle. It may flicker at
times, times that you hoped
would never happen, but it
fails to go out no matter how
hard the winds blow or from
which direction they may
come."


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Ricardo Francis
"Dreams are like clouds
that take our minds away
to all four corners of the
world and something that
helps us make a commit-
ment in life."




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Paul Fast
"Just as winning the big
game is the result of talent
applied through long hours
of practice, success in life
is the perfecting of abili-
ties by hard work."


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"Love is like the ocean.
Sometimes it is as smooth
as glass and at other times
it is as turbulent as an
earthquake. The turbu-
lance and smoothness are
both the faces of love."






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John Frady
"Promises are something
that should never be made,
but if made, should be
carried out with the ut-
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CLASS OF 1982
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In Memoriam

February 21, 1982

"Yesterday afternoon Cris-
tobal High School student
Lisa McQuillan and Cris-
tobal High School
Graduate Joe Corrigan
drowned in the Chagres
River below the spillway.
We are all saddened by this
tragedy and we ask that
the whole school stop now
for a moment of silence in
memory of these two."

Charles Renno, Principal,
as announced to the student Lisa McQuillan Joe Corrigan
body


"No man is an island,
entire of itself; every
-I man is a piece of the
continent, a part of the
main ... Any man's
death diminishes me,
because I am involved in
mankind; and therefore
never send to know for
whom the bell tolls; it
... tolls for thee."

-. -John Donne


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Bill Gansen


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Jerry Graver
Industrial Arts

"Behold the turtle He only
makes progress when he
sticks his neck out!"


Social Studies

"Panama has been a place
of exile for me, a way of
earning a living. I shall be
most satisfied to return to
the colder climes. My
memories of Panama and
Cristobal High School can
best be summed up as
checkered."


Randall Grubbs
Math

To Cristobal High stu-
dents, Mr. Grubbs says:
"The high school exper-
ience can only happen once
in your life time, so take
full advantage of it while
you have the opportunity."


Joan Harris
Physical Education

"I love this weather because I
can enjoy all sports from
fishing to playing tennis. Or
if I'd rather, I can have a
siesta time. Because I was
born and raised here as a
"Zonian" I feel emotional
about the changes since the
treaty. The old C.Z. govern-
ment had the BEST school
system and I am proud and
feel privileged to have
taught in it."


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Student Association Officers ...
Campaign for Election and Exchange Ideas for Betterment


President John Rowell


Treasurer Henry De La Garza


Vice-President Donna Watson


Secretary Kim Kirby




Late entries:


Not Pictured:
Bryan Boggs
Helen Moebus
Jaime Pujals


Lee Ziesk
Lee Zieske


John Vargas


Ariane Zurek


Sophomore Class Favorites


Melvin Almodovar

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Nicki Duryea
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Robert Mizrachi


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Bill Will


Social Studies

"Tropical life is so tranquil
and peaceful. I enjoy fall-
ing to sleep to the sound of
a tropical rainfall. Pan-
ama is an excellent jump-
off spot to the rest of Latin
America."


Serle Wise
English

"The aspect of moving from
one culture to another
opens "the windows" of
knowledge and under-
standing. I have grown
and am continuing."


Mike Venable
Student Teacher


Hallie Witcher
Math

"Life continues in spite of
changes. Therefore we
must learn to adapt our-
selves to the changes.
Internal peace is more
important than external
environment."


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... engineering magnificence,

... glistening waterways,

... exploding sunsets.


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Sprinkled along the Caribbean coast of Panama from the bay of
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Ilka Hemmings
"Love is expressing your
feelings by giving a
bouquet of sparkling red
roses, by caring about
somebody and accepting
all his faults along with
the blessings, and sharing
each other's problems as
well as giving a helping
hand."





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Ewan Ho
"Education is the food we
eat every day. Sometimes
our food is delicious so that
we readily consume it, but
sometimes we are hostile to
food not fancily flavored.
Sometimes, those meals
make us stronger. As we
grow up, our taste changes
and our choice widens to
meet demands. We will
never stop eating as we
will never complete our
education."


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Marvel Iglesias
"It's hard to realize that
maturity has arrived. The
years flew. We were in
seventh grade. Then we
just turned our faces away
for a minute and we're
seniors. Now is the time to
confront our maturity."


Ruben Jaurez
"A senior is to live as if
you will die tomorrow, but
to learn for an eternity."


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Heidi Hinz
"Take life as it comes
unless you can do someth-
ing to improve it; if not,
accept it as it is."











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Arturo Howell
"Success is gained with
the combination of forces:
the brain, the body, and
the spirit."


Heather Jacobs
"All the books in the world
can't teach what life is all
about. All the polysyllabic
utterances that flow from
lips won't necessarily
prove your intelligence.
What's the use of exponen-
tial notation if you don't
know how to apply it?"


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John Kirby
"Walking around with a
smile on your face makes
you feel free. Feeling free
lets you grow. So be cool
and stay free."


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Jennifer Morris

t What Jennifer's Teachers Say About Her:

S' "I give her my highest recommendation."

S. "She can work alone and be trusted."









"Always willing to lend a helping hand."

"She's on the ball; she'll go far."






Paul Fast

What Paul's Teachers Say About Him: A

"Strong character; shows sincerity and integri-
ty.I admire her personality."

"Contributes much to his father's mission
work."

"A real scholar, well motivated."

"Extremely skilled and conscientious."

"Very intelligent and has a great desire to learn
Sas much as possible."

S"Proud that our school had National Merit
S Scholar."

"Sharp and so willing to give of his time."h

S"Dedicated to excellence."


" Honorable Mention:
SJeff Adema, Jose Claus, Christy Connelly, Kathi Overstreet
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Mary Bowerman
Susan Brookhart
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Richard Eckel
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Jose Garcia.
Christi Geidner
Douglas Gewin
Evelia Gittens





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PAGE 6

Co u rage shouts at trial and pain A glad "Hurrah" despite the rain. With grace, a g odl y light shines through This window that now honors you. Melissa Knoop 1981 C H S graduate Dottie and Vince Ridge, we as a school salute your Tiger spirit. Even when parents, teachers or students aren' t at game and school events, we can count on you attending. We' ve remembered you as you Vince have been heard coaching from the announcer s box, Don t c a tch that ball Don t catch that ball. e ncoura.ging the fans to shout a mighty "Hurrahl" as y ou signal the crowd with y o u r famo u s Give me a T Gi v e me an I. Gi v e me a G. Give me a E. Give me a RI" officiatin g baseball and football for t housands of Canal area kids. Melissa Knoop we dedicate this yearbook to you. As a school we've recognized your strength as you've been struggling with pain praying for answers, living in victory over Hodgkins disease Dottie and V ince Ridge Manifested in you two Is "Tiger Spirit," tried and true. Now comes our time to cheer your name With this great window into fame.

PAGE 8

Circular window cries, "Tropics ahoy!" From the "S.S. Cristobal," our passage of joy. Tugboats powered either by steam or d iesel, are driven by engines with aa mu c h &8 3 ,600 horsepower and are usually from 66 to over 100 teet long. These ..... ntial boats tow long lines ot barges which are loaded with maaaive cargo From the porthole of the "S.S. Cristobal world adventurers to Panama later recall engineering magnificence, glistening waterways, exploding sunsets.

PAGE 9

the Gamboa lighthouse was tirst built in 1914, the beacons Tere powered by acetylene gas which was later converted to lectric power. With the widening ot the Gailliard Cut in 1979, !Be ot the lighthouses was discontinued. The $20 million Thatcher Ferry Bridge was dedicated in 1962 and remains one of the highest bridges worldwide over navigable waterways. Visitors dream in our paradise; we are forever and mysteriously charmed by its spell.

PAGE 10

Windo w to fashion, our showcase display, Clothes paint the picture, a typical day. Students, wearing the latest garb, decorate school halls with colors and styles sporting "Gloria Vanderbilt" jeans, meandering to classes in new docksiders, instigating new fashions, perhaps soon to be forgotten, but enjoyed for the day.

PAGE 12

Peering through windows as tourists might do Enchanted by scenes, both the old and the new. The stained glass medallion, housed in the old Civil Affairs building, combines wing and propeller motif with the U.S. and Panama flags against flags of all nations in the Pan American Union The motif reminds that the building was once an airport. In 1618 the Porto Bello we know was called Felipe de Portobelo and had 130 houses in the main town. I twas the site of many bloody raids with its 17-cannon line in Fort San Fernando and finally became the resting place of Sir Francis Drake. Viewing the ruins of Old Panama City awakens buried by time. For three centuries, Panama was luxurious city in Central and South America. continued until the city was destroyed in 1671 by t h e buccaneer Sir Henry Morgan.

PAGE 13

The Goethals structure symbolic in concept, rises from a reflecting pool representing the Continental Divide. The basins on each side represent the Panama Canal locks with water spilling from them to join the waters of Gatun Lake with the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Tourists jostle in Panama' s chivas, vying for best views grasping the waterways, feeling connected to the past, marveling at Panama's artistry.

PAGE 14

Anxious, w e wait for the noon bell to ring. Windo w on food-it's our "savor-ite" thing. The bell rings; books, formulas, and map tests take second place while all are seen scurrying for hot french fries with gravy on top, .. wondering what mom packed for lunch, ... hoping a MacDonald's magically would appear in the cafeteria.

PAGE 16

Window of beauty: Encapsuled in time the earth, sea, with technology's and sky, eye. Sprinkled along t he Caribbean coast of Panama from the bay of Mandinga to the Columbian border lie the palm-shaded islands of the Ban BIa s The islands f orm an archipelago more than 100 miles long with over 365 islands, "at least one for each da y of the year." The photographer tries to capture essence, bu t instead finds himself surrendering to its peace, Luxuriating in its abundance, responding to its jungle murmurings.

PAGE 17

The Laa Cruce. Trail waa a favorite croM-lsthmian route for early 8panlah uplore ... It was again populari2ed in 1849 a. gold .. ken ruahed to California After completion of the Panama railroad In 18&5 travel markedly declined Today It is legend and memory Parrota, wi t h brilliant plumage and a power for Imitative speech are noted for the ir r aucous chirps thro u ghout t h e serene jungle

PAGE 18

Windows o n thinkers, the star-gazing kind, Reflectin g and dreaming, great depths of the mind. Moments of introspection hit and a journey into dreams begins, as students find themselves concentrating on the coach's game strategy, pondering new ideas from challenging authors, wondering if the weekend will ever come.

PAGE 20

People Friend, adventure a faraway my window, take land, share hold of my hand. (J. HI,u) People learn to live in sheltered, distant Panama, trying to understand the larger question of why man has been born with different colored skin, languages, and beliefs grasping the difficult truths of loving each other whether it be in a family, a community, or a world, experiencing how each culture is uniquely its own, with gifts and values to impart. Sharing gifts and values with one another gives us all a more harmonious world.

PAGE 21

Let there be many windows in your soul, That all the glory of the universe May beautify it. Not the narrow pane of one poor creed Can catch the radiant rays That abine from

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(CLASSES)

PAGE 24

.. Ready to venture forth To begin a new journey. Carlton Aaron uIt' s 80 hard to say good-bye to y .. terday with its lew memories of many friends you hardly know today. I know this time must come tor everyone to part and to go separate ways, but it' s 80 hard to say good-bye to y .. terday." Lo ve is a mosquito that pinches 80 hard in the m iddle o f my heart Whe n it d oes I don't know if my heart stays with m e or goes with t h e ODe I love." fL3J.,tr /.3017171 c k \'& b?'h 1/ Marjorie Adamson "Love is like lugar and at other times, it recedes to a mood. of bittersweet. Vielka Brown "To love fa a virtue in which humanity has committed itself to overwhelming extents of Morillo .. and great devotion. It'. a mysteryl"

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Jose Claus 'A senior is to know what our responsibilities are ,od doing them: then. to 'ind out where the parties for the weekend." Miriam Calvo "Life is like a puzzle. You keep adding one piece, ODe atter another as you grow. Sometimes the pieces fall into place; other times they don't. The more pieces that are added, the clearer the picture becomes." Marleny Dunmoodie "Love is a red rose which laeM tbe morning with hope and radiance and which, even in the midat of a raging breeze, ill willing to keep on blooming I no matter what." Dawn Chadwick "Dreams are hoped for reality." Gwynne Duryea "Success is dependent upon the attitude we hold. A positive or a negative ooe is for each ot us to choose. The choice we make is the difference between lile as an eagle flying Into the light and an ostrich with ita head buried in the sand." Christine Connelly "Success is making a touchdown instead of a field goal and running that extra mile,"

PAGE 26

"Love is not just one word; love is a feeling you have inside your heart." Rica rdo Francis "Dreams are like clouds that take our minds away to all f our corners of the world and something that helps WI make a commitment in lite." 72-
PAGE 27

Dina Gehringer "Success is the constancy of ambition; the essence of expectation, hope, and self -sa tistaction. It Cecilia Gray "Friendship is holding the key within your soul and keeping it a secret. Friendship is something that you share together. DO rna tter what happens. A friend is someone who helps when you're in trouble and then when it'. time to go out, to go and have a great time together." Marcia Goodridge "Love is a feeling so warm and dear I 80 sott and tender. It is baving someone to trust and put your faith into. Ashes to ashes and dust to dust -that's when love is shared Cyril Gray "Friendship is knowing that Rush Is better than AC / DC, but listening to them both with your A senior is being looked up to by your friends, then gOiDg to college to be looked down upon by strangers. Helen Harjani "Elegance, ecstacy, and eloquence are the elements I want in my lite." Murdock Gilmore "Love is a strong journey into each other's mind. Celia Gray "Success is climbing up to the highest mountain. You slip down so many times, but yo u don' t give up because someday you make it. Someday yo u don't slip down like before and then when you have reached the top, no one can bring you down."

PAGE 28

Ewan Ho ('Education is the food we eat every day. Sometimes our food is delicious so that we readily consume it, but sometimes we are hostile to food not fancily flavored. Sometimes, those meals make us stronger. As we grow up, our taste changes and our choice widens to meet demands. We will never stop eating as we will never complete our education. " A senior is to live as it y o u will die tomorrow I but to learn for a n eternity." Ilka Hemmings "Love is expressing your feelings by giving a bouquet of sparkling red roses, by caring about somebody and accepting all his faults along with the ble88ings, and sbaring each other' s problems as well as giving a helping hand." maturity has arrived. The years flew. We were in seventh grade. Then we just turned our faces away for a minute and we're seniors. Now is the time to confront our maturity. Heidi Hinz "Take life as it comes unless you can do something to improve it; if not, accept it as it is." "All the books in the world can' t teach what life is all about. All the polysyllabic utterances that flow from lips won' t necessarily prove your intelligence. What' s the use of exponential notation if you don' t know how to apply it?" "Success is gained with the combination of forces: the brain, the body, and the spirit." John Kirby "Walking around with a smile on your face makes you feel free. Feeling free lets ,you grow. So be cool and stay free."

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Kelly Kirby "Life is like the ocean flowing and movin new directions." Laverne Laguna II A friend is a special someone who is depended upon to help at all times, and not someone who has to be searched. for when in "Maturity is Dot trying to improve your personality traits. It is gathering all the mistakes you have made in the past and working very hard to improve your character." "Success is when you've reached the summit of your life. It' s not the money. the house. or the gained reputation. It is the love, the warmth in the house;tthe respect you have Cor others' lives, and the respect they have gained for you." Millicent Morgan "Life may come and life may go, but the cycle continues on. Day in and day out your work is never done. As a senior's days in high school are ending, someone else's are just beginning." Roberto Landers "Success is not like being the last pork and bean left in a bowl. It's more like a dream. It's like a boy and a girl running on the clouds through the pathway to heaven."

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Katherine Overstreet "Friendship is like a cliff. The ocean may swirl and crash against it, lashing out with all its fury, but in the end, the clltt still stands for people miles away to see." "Friendships are like puzzles. They com e in many shapes, sizes, colore, and canno t be completed witho u t working at putting it together," Jennifer Morris "Maturity is being able to reach out and grab life, catching it in both hands and using it wisely. It is never placing it upon a shelf, but placing it in the core of your mind. Soon it's like a seed beginning to grow, sprouting eventually to wisdom." "Success is gained with more pain than pleasure. Christie O'Neal "Education is similar to a seed, developing, growing and expanding. Graduation occurs when the petals are shed and the initial step to blossom has been taken." Tanya Perry "And now, friends we part. We shall attempt to fulfill the promises we have made to ourselves, to attain the goals we have set for ourselves. Though it seems that we are at the end of our road, behold, it is just the beginning .. Let us pray for the strength to succeed.. UMaturity is when you are able to look back into the past and recognize your errors." "Hate is going through the wrong gate and is destructive rather than constructive."

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Tony Reynolds A dream e&n be a foggy nil'ht i n London when you're walking around and you happen to Me your old friend, the f riend you thoqht had died In an airplane orash. Dreams build and restore lost hope. "Imagination .. having the ability to oee Into tblnga r ather than Juat at thing . .. \\&<:. L0uJ Carole Sanchez uPriendahip fa what keep. the world going -two people together laqblng and glowing. acbool. Now that I'm ready to depart, I will carry my tond memoriee althougb I leave the ItChool behind." "Education, like the .tar that guidee a loat explorer, Is what will lead and rule our lives; it' the guiding .tar that takes U8 to our dream.. and goa"." Patricia Rice "Friendshi p is like a trip you might take around t h e w o rld I n whic h you learn a lo t and grow to be a better person." "Seniors are a product o f education. They tinally reach the end o f the auembly line with the full paint job and a brush up. Bome come out with a few minor mecha nical p roblem s A few a r e too loud; they need mufflers. Others hav e little ener g y ; a change o f spark plugs would do A lew need a complet e o verhaul, but nevertheless I still think we all come out with a touch of claae.

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Darcilyn Scott "ObI Dios, no Ie quites la eseoci a de vivir a esos que me biciero n el mal porque mi pardo n tendran. Dejo a sus conciencias para que traten de encontrar la felicidad ya que nadia puede escapar de pagar el mal que han hecho, en eate Mundo imperfecto." US uccess is an unfiinching attitude of strength and perseverance even when faced with odds ... it is trusting in your own inward force to conquer all," Iris Sanchez "Love is .. helping someone without expecting a reward, .. forgiving someone who has made a mistake, . telling someone when you know he' s mistaken." Marsha Smith "Love is being honest with each other I sharing and caring for each other, and something you feel within yourself and want to share with others." John Schwartz "Success is doing what you're best at and knowing what you can do and not do. Success applies to your knowledge as well as your judgement. It is thinking highly of yourself and loving yourself for the things you can do." JL 9aroli?e .Soley A senIor 18 often wondering graduation day branch on the Tree of Life will be outstretched to seize so as this climb." USuccess is like reaching a goal in the end zone of life." Fiama Steele U A senior is a root that grips the earth. And it is now his turn to produce the kind of plant he wants and needs.

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Esterbina Trejos "Open windows reveal gorgeous images of nature which light and heap our heart with wonder, making us feel the great sensation of beiDg alive. "Life is like eating plums . one baa to eat the sour before he gets to the sweet." Larry Walker "Maturity is something that does not come with time, but with responsibility and with that which you uphold." Michael Wilkinson "Qne who baa not seen the love of a friend baa not seen the light of day." "Time travels in but one direction. Future success depends upon performance. Scott Mendenhall (Not pictured.) II A life, like a train, can be wrecked either through uncontrollable circumstances or driver'. error. With effort, however, a lile, like the ponderous train, caD be put back on the track." Lisa Tyree "A senior is a person who has dreams and goals. He wants to go out and conqu e r."

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Hall of Fame ... Selected by the Senior Class Mr. and Miss CHS Larry Walker Donna Watson

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Best Personality Greg Wise Heather Jacobs Most Athletic Marcelo Smith Marvel Iglesias

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Keith Wallace Heather Jacobs Best Dressed Larry Walker Dina Gehringer

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Wittiest Mike Wilkinson Danielle Barriteau Hall of Fame Runners-Up Mr. and Miss CHS Keith Wallace D ina Gehringer Best Personality Jeff A dema Michelle Modestin Most Athletic Ricardo Ortiz := > Kelly Kirby t"'4 Most Talented John Rowell t"'4 Felicia Ford 0 I'%j Best Dressed Ricardo Ortiz I'%j La verne Laguna > Wittiest C y r i l Gray a: Chris O 'Neal trj ........

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Senior Gallery Most Admired by Teachers Keith Wallace Most Admired Boy What K eith's Teachers S a y About Him: "A real gentleman and totally involved." "Stable, steady, and practical." "Has dedication. He's a real c an-do, willdo person. "Gave f ull effort on the gridiron." "Has a sense of responsibility and is school spirited." "Gives generously of his time." "Just plain n icer" "Excellent drummer and outstanding m u s i cian. Reall y helped when no m usic instructor was here." and Staff Gwynne Duryea Most Admired Girl What G wynne's Teachers Say About Her: "Genuine warmth in her smile." "Did an excellent job as Student Association treasurer." "She' s as bright as a sun ray." "Enthusiastic, witty, concerened and courteous." "She's gifted and gracious." "Has varied interests and activities." I admire her for her charm." "She contributes to the school in many ways, for instance the Advisory Committee."

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Donna Watson What Donna' s Teachers Say About Her: "Does a good job as Student Association vice president." "Handles herself well." "Co-operative and willing to work." "Always ready to help others." "Has a calm composure about everything." "She's the girl with the pretty smile." "Non-complaining, exacting, involved." "Outstanding in so many areas." Ewan Ho What Ewan's Teachers Say About Him: A precise and careful studen t." "Studious, well motivated, and punctual." "How much he's accomplished since first enrolling here!" "Probably the best student in school." "He's a hardworking student interested in learning." "Perfect attitude." "Truthful and loyal." "I respect him."

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Paul Fast What Paul's Teachers Say About Him: "Strong character; shows sincerity and integrity." "Contributes much to his father's mission work." "A real scholar, well motivated." Extremely skilled and conscientious." Very intelligent and has a great desire to learn as much as p ossi ble." "Proud that our schoo l had National Merit Scholar." "Sharp and so willing to give of his time." "Dedicated to excellence. Honorable Mention : Jennifer Morris What Jennifer's Teachers Say About Her: I give her my highest recommendation." "She can work alone and be trusted." "Beautiful attitude." I admire her personality." "Pretty, congenial, cooperative." "Friendly office assistant." "Always willing to lend a helping hand." "She's on the ball; she'll go far." Jeff Adema, Jose Claus, Christy Connelly, Kathi Overstreet

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Lead Way l Michelle Modestin Preside n t Kelly K irby Vi c e President Patricia Rice Secretary Lisa Tyree Treasu rer Autographs

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" .JI" ... Looking Ahead To Next Mike Davis President Todd Newman Vice President Lindia Willies Secretary Jeannie Corrigan Treasurer Jeannie Corr igan Mike Davis Elida Dowling Carmela Downey

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Year Blanca Hauke Michael Keister Felix Juare z z Sue Jennings Lange Jacobs

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A lliso n P i n Charissa Pretto Gisele Reece

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Lindia Willies Mainor Yocum Krista Wessling J ona than Wa ttley Darlene Tom Emma Yohros

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Junior Class Favorites Jerome Sims Runners-up: Kellie Carey Kenny Green Kelly Hoover Autographs

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-SOPHOMORES SPREAD SPIRIT John Bowerman President Maria Kitras Vice President Beatrice Tseng Secretary Susan Newall Treasurer Ruth Ferro Business Manager David Beach Stacie Carey Pamela Cana te John Bowerman Ryan Bliss Carlo s Beatty

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Marcos Cruz Garrett Gadbois Betty Hernandez Sharon Jennings Grace Jones Naina Jiwatram Selena Keister Maria Kitras

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' ---.-' Elizabeth Lopez Geo rge Layne Todd Mendenhall Axiel Riviere Michael Rigby '--Mariel R eec e I Min Paa Tra c y O'Neal

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Jay Turner Cynthia White Sonia White Daniel Wood s Loris Yohros

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Late entries: Lee Zi eske ,iiiiiiiiil John Vargas Aria n e Zur e k Not Pi c tured : Brya n Boggs Hele n Moebus Jaime Pujals Sophomore Class Favorites to ........... rJ:J. ril o o Melvin Almodovar = R u n n ers-up: Stacie C a rey o Robert Mizrac h i rJ:J. Nicki Duryea

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Autographs

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9TH GRADERS ... Filled With Fun A Patty Cowles President Yvette Modestin Vice President Maite Calvo Secretary Veena Mayani Treasurer Katherine Tirado Business Manager Bill Bellande Tatiana Bilgray Michael Brandenburg K e lly Brookhart Allen Burns

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ndLife Gregory Deboer Patricia Cowles David Hudson Cristine HoJlins Yenie Herrera David Harlin Leslie Griffin

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Francisco Lee Dennis Light Anna Martinez Valisis Morgan L uis Ortiz Chad Palma Sofia Parades Wayne Peart

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Katherine Tirado Hunter Tiblier Not Pictured: Kinon Coles Brenda Stokes

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Glen Watson Billy W eal Late Entries: Carrie Wessling Kennith Whitfiel d Bridget Yocum David Burgos Mike F letcher Stephanie Hartfield Eleacia Padilla

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Freshmen Class Favorites Patty Cowles Glen Watson Autographs

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Pete Almodovar Sean Anderson Willard Aylesworth Marisol Barraza Jessica Barrington Aliki Costopanagioti Alvia Cotto Gregory Cowles Rena Daisey David Dempsey Rodolfo Francis Jose Garcia Christi Geidner Douglas Gewin Evelia Gittens Joseph Barrington Marc Bjorneby Mary Bowerman Susan Brookhart Ildaura Claus Kim Dull Richard Eckel Ronald Fairbanks Julio Feliciano Shaun Fields

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Horacio Herrera Lino Ho Percy Holgado Kimberly Holmes Robin Homan Hector Martinez Romo Jennifer Matthews Champa Mayani Adam McDonough Jerome Mercado Tracy Griffin Jacqueline Halstrom Patrick Hanan Lavina Harjani Isaac Heres Maurisabel Iglesias Tania Juarez April Kingery Karl Kirschner Karla Kirschner

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Stacey Patton Lisette Pere z Kimberl y Phillips Imogene Plunkett Catherine Quinn Lenin Roldan Ann R oss Mark Rowell Arnaldo Sanchez Marisol Sandin W ynne Street e r Michael Tiblie r Allan M. Tol entino Allan F. T ol entino Luz T oro Eric Murray Christopher O 'Rourke Noel Osterland Lisa Palumbo J anet Paredes Bridget Ramke Sandi Rankin Mic h e le Rascon Patricia Rockw e ll Angela Rodriguez Stacie Savage K aren Schwartz G eorge Sharer K e lli S imons P a uline Snyder

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Williams, Mitchell Woods, Michael Yznaga, Julie Zieske Jon Autographs Late Entries: Chris Troutman Tammie Troutman Alberto Tseng Guy W a d e Tracy Wilkinson Hoa Diaz Ronald Duran George Morgan Danielle Ortiz Dennis Pari s Nancy Sanch ez Gerri-Lynn Beckwith Joseph Campanelli Morgan Jones Calina Seybold Not pictured: Christopher Beckwith

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Paul Adair Frank Albegra Curtis Arrowsmith Dawnette Bastidos Sherise Batizy Christopher Broadhurst Mic h e ll e Brown Francisco Burac Ira Caldwe ll Patt i e Care y J ose Cotto M e lissa D e B oer Dario D enni s Sam D e S e lov e r Curtis Detor e John Blennerhassett Kristi Bjorneby Larry Bogan Mi c helle Boggs Stacie Bradley Jaime Chan Scott Chisolm George Collins Wendy Cooper Tiernan Corrigan

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Joy Gooding Maritza Gonzalez Cathy Green Thomas Hanan Hilda Hernandez Esteban Jimenez Viveca Johansson Roberto Johnson Bernard Josephs Ange la Kinsey Jennifer Ley Laura Longsworth Berni ce Maduro John Martinez Yukimi Martine z Derick Facey David Flynn Reinaldo Francis Oscar Gallego Emilio Gittens William Hernandez Michelle Hinote Pilar Holgado Frank Hoover Marta Howell John Lambeth Mar y Laurenzi Lisa Lee Kerry Leggett Richard Lel eaux

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Abdiel Moolchan Corey Moye Valerie Mullen Shelly Nelson Sheila O 'Donnell Leonard Rabago Michael Russo Marcia Redman Charles Rhine Linda Richardson Greta Sims Jessica Sims A llen Smith Michael Smith Samantha Smith Meena Mayani Catherine McIntire Eric McIntire Felix Modestin Janina Mon Lori Osterland David Overstreet Erik Petroni Kenneth Pitts Naomi Pratt Valerie Robinson Jose Sanchez Vanessa Seales Ramona Sharer Gary Simon

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Blanquita Trejos Julie Williams Mark Williams Alicia Wilson Benjamin Yohros Paul Snyder Vanessa Sobers Sheila Sperling Anastacia Steele James Steele Lori Turn bull Rhonda Turner Stanley Vest Ariel Wilkins Paul 'Wilkinson

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(FACULTY AND STAFF)

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Howard Perkins Assistant Principal "Panama has been a vacation, a sort of time out in my life to appreciate its beauty." Charles M. Renno Principal "Some people complain that the school setting is artificial, but our lives are the sum total of our experience; everything we do, think, read or perceive through any of our senses. School is then a rich or sparce experience which provides us with wider horizons or limits our potential depending on what is offered and how we react to it. I view my mission is to provide a rich variety of activities and encourage students to take full advantage of their opportunities."

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CHS Staff Windows Into Competence Joanne Allen Diana Davis liMy work in the office is enjoyable and I've "To me, Panama means beautiful always found the students and their weather with gorgeous sky and clouds, a activities very interesting. I love Panama slow, even pace with less traffic and and all its lush greenery; I love the rain, especially GREAT KIDS." the dry season breezes, the ocean and its beaches." Nicki Harper I have loved Panama from the first momen t I stepped off the plane in 1962. I like the friendly people, the historical background (past and present), the weather, the sailing. the beaches, etc .... Panama is small town living in an international environment."

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Counselors Stay Within Reach Bob Mowery "The many recreational opportunitie s in Panama are special; especially I enjoy the lakes and oceans. I know that I've been free to pursue new and different hobbies and have had a unique privilege to travel in the warm climate countries." to J t Anne Gegg "The greatest part of Cristobal High School is the many faceted student body. What a truly world group. I love to see the students who enter speaking everything but English and then to leave bi, tri or quatri-Iengual. The two from Hungary had about the hardest time, but they made it. So will all of you." Jim Palumbo Jim Palumbo enjoys the leisureliness of Panama with its beaches full of pretty girls and the scuba diving opportunities. Seafood is a favorite of his as well as trips to Columbia.

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Window of C.H.S. Supporters Nina Miller Dayton Wells Dottie Ridge Librarian Librarian Nurse "Whatever this area was or is, the Canal Zone or Panama, I really like it. But, no matter what it' s called, I'll never adjust to the bugs here that bitel" "Since leaving the cold and snows of my native Idaho to come to tropical Panama, I never cease to be fascinated by two things: the fantastic tropical downpours and reading about that remarkable achievement, the building of the 'bridge of water', the Panama Canal." ill have enjoyed the opportunity to be close to pupils during their learning years. Gatun Lake has brought lots of happiness to our family with swimming and sailing. We've loved the weather, especially dry season with no snow and slush and our trips to San Bias, Boquete, and Old Panama are all highlights," Mr. Bedsford Bartley Panama has h elpe d m e to realize that sharing each oth e r s r:J'J ideas and watc h in g differen t culture s working t ogether is a n important e l e m e n t in life," > ............ -..! CO

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Bud Antone Physical Education HTh e r e only seem to be two classes of people -rich and poor. In Panama, a third group exists the Panama Canal worker and there seems to be little motivati on to move in any direc t ion." Lawrence Cowley Math IIThinking shuld be a prerequisite to acting. and is a men tal process ra ther than oral." Alex BrunneU Industrial Arts liMy Godl I've created a grease monkey'" Janice De Soto French, English "Un mot d 'e loge : voilti q peu t modifier tou te U! existence.

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Bill Gansen Social Studies topanama has been a place of exile for me, a way of earning a living. I shall be most sa tislfed to return to the colder cJimes. My memories of Panama and Cristobal High School can best be summed up as checkered. II Randall Grubbs Math To Cristobal Higb students, Mr. Grubbs says: liThe high school experience can only happen once in your life time, so take full advantage of it while you ha VB tbe opportunity. Jerry Graver Industrial Arts "Behold the turtle! He only makes progress when be sti cks his nec k out!" Joan Harris Physical Education "I love tbis weather bec a use 1 can enjoy all sports from fishing to playing tennis. Or if I'd rather, I can have a siesta time. Because 1 was born and raised bere as a Zon i a n I feel emotional about t b e cbanges sin ce t h e treaty. The old C.Z. govern m e n t had the BEST s choo l system and I a m proud and feel privileged t o h a ve taught i n it.

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Charles Helm Remedial Reading "In tbe past tsn years it bas been fascinating to oonslde r contradlotory movements in daily Hfe. In some ways we ha ve become Jess Americanized and in other ways we ha ve become more American ized. Even though the Canal Zone IJSpect of life I_ J ess apparent, we have more ties to the mainland through transports tJon and satoWts TV program mlng." Judy Hicks English. Physical EducAtion "Many U" \VAn too U""'BIcorned changes h,H' O forced m e to stretoh and grow find searoh (or the rOB} issues of Ut e. Mainly. I'm leArning to rely on myeJ( Jess and trust in God more by le8"ing rhe past, enjoying the prosen t. and looking hopefully toward the (uture." Phil Henry Math Paul Hieronymus Science "Happy is the person who looks upon the good with a smile ... brusbes a way tbe bad witb little thougbt ... and keeps wba t is most wortbwbile as bope for tomorrow . Charlotte Hinton Home Economics "Panama bas enricbed me because of its beaches and its remarkable scenery, all definitely tropical. And wbo doesn't love the seafood galore?" Ron Jacobs Social Studies While in Panama I've learned some lessons: tbe importance of friendsbip. the number of {'necessi ties one can live without, an appreciation for "differences" in people and finally tbe importance o f dedica tion for tbe suc cessful completion of a job Beverly Hoffman English For me, Panama has been a window into so much learn ing. I've re-Bvaluated my life sometimes radically, and ha VB found new and cbal l enging answers to life Most of all. I've looked into my own being and ha VB begun to disco\ r e r who I am and where I wanC to go. It's both scarey and freeing." I H enry Jones PhY81cal Education "Working In Dodd's Panama R egio n has given me the opportunity to work with students from different cu l tures. It was gratifyin g both as 8 phys ica l e du cation teacher and Spanis h teacher .

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Sgt. Hubert Key ROTC "Grow up/ Grow smart! Join our team 'out standing.' Pat Laurenzi English "What do 1 enjoy about Panama? Just about everything. 1 love the artistr y in molas, gold jewelry, table cloths, carved Indian screens, pinatas, and baskets and pottery from the 10ca/ Indians. Most of all 1 feel that a new closeness bas developed in our family beca use o f the Panama -oriented activities we do together." Ed Koziol Art "My stay in Panama has helpe d me see more clearly how the ordinary citizen can influence international tensions for the better or for the worse, and how importan t it is for people to learn about each other and work together to solve mutual problems." Doug McLain Band "Why just good? To take raw interest and hone it with a willingness to learn, ability and refine it, with self discipline, desire and perfect it with hard work ... ahh, that is the key."

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Sgt. Gary Moore ROTC "We are looking for quality, not quantity in JROTC/" Ron O 'Brien ROTC liTo tolerate is to endorse; you ha ve the power to cbange yourself and the world! Use your power wise ly. Rozella Mottern Business tiThe friendliness of the people who ha ve spen t so many years working here for the Panama Canal Commission t h e close ness of families and t h e quality of family life impress me. Also, 1 Jove the fan tastic view of t h e sunset at the poin tat Coco Solo with the ships in line, waiting entrance in to the locks.,J Luke Palumbo Science IIPanama is for lovers and tbe country never sleeps."

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Charles Re ev es Science I enjoy the clima t e o f P anama a n d what this bea u tiful count r y offers for scu ba and bo ating. I relish m y profession, the c ourses 1 teach and my cooperative colleagues ... the challenges and rewards of helping mold our youths, hopefully so Edith Rozett CC Speci a l Education 00 o < Zoe Rowell Math H 1 hs. VB especially enjoyed my classes this year because I lind the 7th and 8th graders extremely motivated. Teaching in Panama has given me the unique opportunity to work with students from a different cultural background than my own and it has been an enriching experience. Pastor Sanchez Spanish EJ profesor Pastor Sanchez S8 siente muy complacido en formar parte del profesorado de C .H.S. y muy contento de sus clases de espano].

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Bonnie Shank English hWhen life' s realities rush upon me in great waves, I contemplate on my life in Panama: its lush flora, tropical storms, its beautiful ocean, our hometown atmosphere, and especially our 5 t u den t 5 with 'pizazz.'" Ernest Wattley Industrial Arts "I'm ha ring a wonderful time here at C .H.S. Contact is so short that we must reaJJy make an effort to enjoy the moments we work together. These will be ttbe good old days.'" Bill Shank Social Studies HPanama has given me a unique opportunity to enjoy so many recreational activities such as tennis, scuba jogging, and fishing. Having lived in the tropics for so many years, 1 almost consider it our b orne, Mary Lucy Welch English HWbat have I discovered ? Easy! Latins are wonderful; Americans in Pana m a are fantastic; salsa i s m y kind of music. 1 love it bere.

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Bill Will Social Studies "Tropica l life is so tranquil and peaceful I enjoy fall i n g to sleep to the sound of a tropical rainfall. Panama is an exceJJent jumpoff spot to the rest of Latin Americ a." Hallie Witcher Math "Life continues in spite o f changes. Therefore we must Jearn to adapt ourselves to tbe changes. Internal peace i s more important than external e nvironment. Serle Wise English liThe aspect of moving from one culture to another opens Hthe windows" of knowledge and understanding. I have grown and am continuing." Mike Venable Student Teacher

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( EXTRA-CURRICULAR)

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Despite Losses, Tigers Keep Trying! 0') ........... ...:I ...:I < o Co -Captains: Marcelo Smith o Larry Walke r

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Coaches: Bill Will Head Coach Randy Grubbs Mike Venable Charles Helm Ron O'Brien Hubert Key Managers: Angela Rainy Heather Jacobs Players: Jeff Aderna David Beach Roland Cantero Jaime Claus Jose Claus John Frady Fabian Fraiz Wayne Forrest Mike Gadbois Antonio Hartley Man uel Lopez Kurt McQuillen Todd Mendenhall Scott Mendenhall Eddie Morales Maurice Morris Ricardo Ortiz Jody Palma Wayne Peart Arturo Peres Piero Reece David Renno Tony Reynolds Ian Sanchez Jonathan Wattley Mainor Yocum

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Action ... Action ... Action ... Action ...

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Action ... Action ... Action ... Action ...

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Girls Bounce Their Way to the 1981-82 Championship! Marvel Iglesias Captain, All Zone Vannia Evans Captain All Zone

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Dribblers Foil Red's Championship!

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Marcelo Smith All-Isthmian

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1 0 0 The 1982 Girls' Tennis team, oft to a smashing start, won their first match or the season and continued to fight with endless Tiger spirit under a burning sun. Mixed with the dry season's winds, the girls practice long and hard under the supervision of Mrs. Harris.

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Where the Pro's TENNIS/lOl

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Spikers Show Spirit From left to right: Magaly Francis. Coach Harris, Captain Vannia Evans, Charissa Pretto, Denise Willete, Tara Brown, Tonya Batizy, Lyda Balmaceda, Ana Seeley, Kelly Hoover, Traci Kraemer, Lisa Tyree. and Assistant Coach Vicky Borell.

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VOLLEYBALL/l 03

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Base s Loaded Batter Up! Baseball Team members are from left to right: Coach Grubbs, Jay Turner, David Lowinger, Melvin Almodovar, Tank Davis, Wayne Peart, David Beach, Assistant Coach Mike Mazerolle, Manager Kelly Hoover, Manager Rita Rockwell, Antonio Hartley, Ricardo Francis, Marcelo Smith, Orlando Fontalvo, David Renno, Arturo Perez, and Robert Gehringer

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The highlights of the 1982 Tigers baseball season are the victories against Balboa White with a score of 4-2, and Balboa Red with a score of 16-4. The outstanding players chosen for the All-Isthmus baseball team are Marcelo Smith as second baseman, and Orlando Fontalvo on the outfield. 105

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S occer Players Kick Their Way Back row : Coach Will Bill Willette, Arturo Perez Arturo Howell, Enrico Francis, Uba Real, Orlando Fontalvo David Renno Lange Jac obs Mike Davis, Evans Riviere. Jose Claus Fron t row : Rick Ortiz Gilberto Cintron, Eric Galvez Juan Riviere, Lee Graver Osva l do Tom Greg Wise John Davis. and Jeff Adema. Missing: Willie Clark Stamis Kitras, and Kumar Mayani The 1981-82 Boy s Soccer team set a goal last year and victoriously went after it. They finished the season capturing the seco n d plac e title. With the aid o f Coach Will, the boys played with skill and vit ality. l OG/S O CCER

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to the Top SOCCER/I07

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S Keeps on Tracking Varsity Track Junior Varsity Track lOS/T RAC K

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1982 CHS Track Team Track Coach Mr. Henry Jones Varsity Track Maurice Morris Kelly Hoover Michele Modestin Vannia Evans Jerome Sims Junior Varsity Track Cynthia White Vanessa Seales Yolanda Howell Yvette Modestin Sonia White Kelly Simons Grace Jones Anastacia Steele George Layne Roy Watson Wayne Peart Gary Wallace Not Pictured Melanie Coke Vanessa Sobers : '; ..

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Cheerleaders Generate Spirit Captain (left): Jackie Plunkett Co-Captain (above): Tracy O'Neal

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Beth McDonough Stacie Carey Jan Sperling \ ., J l.llJ.'i. 0 := t:z::I t:z::I t" t:z::I > t:z::I 00 ............ .... / .... ....

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Jamboree '81 Generates Tiger Spirit

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After 20 years in Canal area schools, Coach Louis Dedeaux retired. The athletic department dedicated the 1981-'82 Jamboree to him, especially remembering his years of coaching football and basketball, his rapport with students, and his athletically -appealing legst

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Home c omi n g Kaleidoscopes Spirit ... Queen Lisa Tyree Danielle Barriteau Michele Modestin Jennifer Morris Christie O'Neal Patricia Rice Donna Watson

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with one of the best Homecoming parades ever with the spunky and animated participation during Homecoming spirit week with the sparkle and liveliness of the Homecoming dance.

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Sleigh Bells Are Heard at the 116/CHRISTMAS FORMAL

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Christmas Formal

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Junior-Senior Prom Court .. Chosen b y the Junior Class Jeff Adema King Donna Watson Queen 118/ JR.-SR PROM

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Keith Wallace -Patricia Rice Greg Wise -Christy Connelly Marcelo Smith -Lisa Tyree Larry Walker -Chris O'Neal

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Mark Rowell LeSlie GrifCIn One Courageous Bilbo Strolls Through Mirkwood in The Hobbit ,. ...

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Ten Little Indians ... And Then There Were None

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Student Association Officers Campaign for Election and Exchange Ideas for Betterment President John Rowell Vice-President Donna Watson Treasurer Henry De La Garza Secretary Kim Kirby

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Representatives Junior High Sandi Rankin Jaime Chan Tiernen Corrigan Mark Rowell Paul Wilkinson Tammie Troutman Frank Alberga Jennifer Ley Cathy McIntire Michele Rascon Missing Kim Dull Assist Officers Senior High Carole Sanchez Heather Jacobs Marta Varela Henry De La Garza Shelly Romero Tati Bilgray Patty Cowles Maite Calvo Tom Overstreet Missing Traci Kraemer Gena Stinnett Selena Keister Beth McDonough Sheila Huiett Patty Thompson S.A./125

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C.H.S Band Tunes Up School C. Pretto. C Soley, M Iglesias. K Hoover, Y Howell (Not pictured L. Willies) L Wa.lker. P. Cowles, S. Carey. H. Hinz. L Griffin. White. J. Adema Debbie Egolf lann Sanchez, C. Aaron, K Wallace, M. Yokum (Not pictured -D. Hudaoo)

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CHS Stage Band Yolanda Howell -Baritone Saxophone Kathi Overstreet -Alto Saxophone Marvel Iglesias (not pictured) -Tenor Saxophone Traci Kraemer -Trombone Jose Claus -Bass Trombone Scott Mendenhall -Bass Trombone Scot Hudson -Trumpet Marcelo Smith -Trumpet Melvin Almodovar -Trumpet Jeff Adema -Bass Guitar Keith Wallace -Percussion Iann Sanchez -Percussion John Rowell -Piano DOUG MC LAIN -DIRECTOR

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ATTEN-SHUN, ROTC!! ...

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.. AT EASE!!

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ROTC Working Together Captain Ron O Brien SFC Key and SFC Moore are employed by the army to teach cadets to, "Lead, follow, or get out of the way. They wish t h e cadets to be heroes of t heir own lives, rather than victim s. Leadership IV Leadership III Tracy Adair Murdock Gilmore Marjorie Adamson Kinon Coles Cecilia Gray Carlos Beatty Terry Gibson Celia Gray James Moebus Jackie Gray Arturo Howell Mariel Reece Sheila Huiett Caroline Soley Francisca Trejos David Jacobs Fiama Steele John Wattley Sharon Martin Esterbina Trejos Leadership II Usha Mayani Veena Mayani Anthony Morgan Todd Newman Shelly Romero Norman Smith Migeul Thompson Leadership I Allen Burns Casey Coombes Rena Daisey David Delgado Shawn Fields Evelia Gittens Patrick Hanan Stephanie Hartfield Horacio Herrera Robin Haman Kitty Laurenzi Mike Laurenzi Stephanie Lassiter Barbara Morgan George Morgan Daryl Peters Keith Schoonover Jerome Sims Allan M Tolentino Allen F Tolentino Darlene Tom Tammie Troutman Guy Wade Daniel Woods Mike Woods Tracy Wilkinson Bridget Yocum Julie Yznaga

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Windows Into The Cristobal High School Girls' Drill Team, under the leadership of Commander Dina Gehringer and Co-Commander Donna Watson, spend many long and tedious hours perfecting their routines for the crowds at football halftime. With Mrs. Zieske's the girls prove to Teamwork D ina Gehringer, Comm a nder Donna Watson, CoCommander Grace Jones Maite Cal v o Lisa M c Qu illan Vicky Leggett Joanne Leggett Cynthia White Bonia White Lee Zieske Lesa Walker Marta Varel a Brenda S tokes Lesli e Griffin H eidi H inz Mari a n T i b lier Sherr y F rady

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Windows into Wisdom ... NHS ... Honor Students S tudents with a 3 .75 cumulativ e grade point a verage are: Grade 12 Christine Connelly Gwynne Duryea Paul Fast Cecilia Foy Ewan Ho Grade 11 Henry De La Garza Kim Kirby Grade 10 John Bowerman Grace Jones Beatrice Tseng Grade 9 Tonya Batizy Leslie Griffin Veena Mayani

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Science and French Clubs From left to right: Mike Graham (President). David Harlin, Christy Connelly. Krista Wessling (Secretary and Treasurer). Kim Kirby, Mr. Reeves, Scot Hudson, Martha Salas, Scott Mendenhall, Lindia Willies, David Beach (Vice President) I Mike Rigby, David Hudson, Eduardo Real, and Luis Ortiz. Not pictured: Gwynne Duryea, Jose Claus and Keith Wallace. From left to right: Loris Yohro8, nan Woods, Liska Lu, Henry De La Garza, Beatrice Tseng, Fernando Sanchez, Heather Jacobs (Secretary), Paul Fast (President) I Miguel ThompsoD Hector Menoz Kathy Tirado. G isela Reece, Pauline Snyder, Tanya Juarez, Ann Ross, Esterbina Trjo s, Nicki Duryea. Not pictured : Argie Costopangioti (Vice President). and Helen Harjani (Tr ..... ur.r). The Science Club was started in 1978 by a group of students wanting to get together to share their ideas on different science topics. Since it has been formed, the Science Club members have made annual trips to Barro Colorado, the Smithsonian Institute at Galeta, and other interesting and worthwhile points of interest. Despite the decreasing number of students at C .H.S., students still show their interest by joining the club. The members of the club will gladly welcome anyone who cares to share his ideas. The French Club is an organization of French speaking students formed in 1962 at C .H.S. Being a member of this cultural club means encountering many new and exciting areas of a different way of life. Last year's members made a successful cultural trip to Balboa High School and shared songs and food with their French Club.

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Yearbook Staff Perseveres With s uitcase in hand Mr. Gansen receives a kiss f r o m Sharon Martin a s h e leaves scho o l putting i n untold h ours as yearbook pbotography s pon s o r a nd pho tographe r Beverly Hoffman, Sponsor Susan Newall Patty Thompson Chris O 'Neal Gwynne Duryea Yolanda Howell Stacie Carey Jennifer Ley Mit zie Lau Ruth Ferro Beatrice Tseng Roy Watson Eddie Morales Carlos Beatty Glen Watson A special thanks to Mrs. Hinton, Business Manager, Susan Newall, Mitzie Lau, Champa Mayani, Kim Holmes, and Lavina Harjani for all their time and effort spent with the advertising section. Y e arbook photographers Patty Thompson J ennifer Ley, Glenn Watson and Mik e Rigby thank David Rio rdan, Krista Wessling, David Beach, and Peter Fung Cor their help and especially they laud Mr. Gansen tor his directiont

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Writing And Then .. Tiger Tales C.H.S. Mary Lucy Welch, Sponsor Gisele Reece Donna Watson Krista Wessling Michele Modestin Greg Wise Danielle Barriteau Debbie Egolf Rick Ortiz John Frady Mike Wilkinson David Renno Kurt McQuillan Angela Rainey Ana Seeley Emma Yohros Sun Dial More! Staff Bonnie Shank, Sponsor Donna Watson Beatrice Tseng Ken Pitts Evelyn Meyers Veena Mayani Samuel Cheung Pao I Min Eddie Morales John Bowerman Cris Beckwith Lino Ho Missing: Maite Calvo The literary magazine was created last year by English teachers Mrs. Shank and Mrs. Hoffman to highlight students' writings. Mr. Gansen' s title "Tiger Tales" was chosen among many. Staff

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Foc using on the Audio-Visual Club Members: Alberto Tseng, Samatha Smith, Ronald Fairbanks, Michelle Smith, Allen Smith, Kathy Green Jaime Chan, Jennifer Ley, John Zieske, Alan Eckel, Michele Rasc on Sandy Rankin, Chri s O 'Rourke, Danie l Lowinger, Imy Plunkett, Sean Anderson, Ildaura Claus, Oscar Gallego and Kenny Leggett. Caribe Club The A V Club is organized to teach students how to operate the audiovisual equipment. Members are requested to set up equipment at school functions which may vary from sound projectors to television cameras. Sponsor is Nina Miller. During a field trip to the School of the Americas, PFC Kennet h Body instructs Dav id Overstreet in the mechanics of machines. Under the sponsorship of Anne Gegg, Counselor, the Caribe Club has begun, with its main emphasis on tutoring students. Martha Sollas President Beatrice Tseng Vice President Stacie Savage Secretary Lavina Harjani Treasurer Ildaura Claus Historian

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Graduates Seek January Graduates Carlton Aaron Dawn Chadwick Ceceilia Foy New Vistas Heather Jacobs Rober to Landers Jennifer Morris 1981-1982 Honor Graduates Marge Adamson Miriam Calvo Jose Claus Christy Connelly Gwynne Duryea Debbie Egolf Paul Fast Ceceilia Foy Dina Gehringer Mike Graham Helen Harjani Ewan Ho Arturo Howell Heather Jacobs Kitty Laurenzi Kathy Overstreet John Rowell Fernando Sanchez Esterbina Trejos Keith Wallace Donna Watson We've come to sing a praise A bearty cheer to raise For the school we love 80 dear Our own Cristobal High We'll honor her name, Increase her fame Through passing years 'Twill be the same. She' s known forever By her true endeavor. We're proud to claim her for Our own, our very own. Ob yes, we've found ber the best North, east, south or west She' s our own school Cristobal Highl (Alma Mater)

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Our Chiva Bus of Excellence Moves On! WINNER 4.0 AVf\AGE 140/EXCELLENCE EL M EXCELLENCE/141

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In Memoriam February 21, 1982 "Yesterday afternoon Cristobal High School student Lisa McQuillan and Cristobal High School Graduate Joe Corrigan drowned in the Chagres River below the spillway. We are all saddened by this tragedy and we ask that the whole school stop now for a moment of silence in memory of these two." Charles Renno, Principal, as announced to the studen t body Lisa McQuillan 142/IN MEMORIAM Joe Corrigan "No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main ... Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee." -John Donne

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coaching football and basketball, his rapport with students,
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Jennifer Morris
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reach out and grab life,
catching it in both hands
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shelf, but placing it in the
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part. We shall attempt to
fulfill the promises we
have made to ourselves, to
attain the goals we have
set for ourselves. Though
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end of our road, behold, it
is just the beginning ...
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