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Mr. Palumbo, with his down to earth manner, fits in naturally
with the students of C.H.S. Having graduated from C.H.S. 30
years ago, Mr. Palumbo is well known for showing his great
tiger spirit. We are thankful that he has given us 16 years of
teaching and it would be hard to imagine C.H.S. without him.
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Classes .........
Seniors ...........
Juniors ...........
Sophomores .......
Freshmen .........
8th grade .........
7th grade .........
Faculty ..........
Extra-Curricular ..
Football ..........
Jamboree .........
Drill Team .......
Spirit Week .......
Homecoming ......
Cheerleaders .....
Girls' Basketball ...
Boys' Basketball ..
Baseball .........
Tennis ...........
Track ...........
Soccer ...........
Volleyball ........
Close Up .........
Christmas Formal ..
Prom Court .......
Student Association
JROTC ..........
Band ............
NHS ............


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Yearbook Staff ..................... 102
From the editor .................... 112
Ads ................ ............. 113


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ROYCES LINO HO
MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT
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MOST LIKELY TO NEED BAIL
MONEY FRANCISCO MEDIA
MOST LIKELY TO BE AN OLD
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MOST LIKELY TO BE A HOUSE-
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MOST LIKELY TO BE GRADUAT-
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MY MAJOR GOAL IN LIFE IS TO
BECOME A NATIONALLY
WATCHED TELEVISION RE-
PORTER TANYA BURTON
MY GOAL IS TO GET SERIOUS
AND SURF DAVID COHEN
MY ONE MAJOR GOAL IS TO BE-
COME THE MOST VERSATILE
MOTION PICTURE CAMERA
MAN THAT MY KNOWLEDGE
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MY GOAL IS TO FAVOR EVERY
MOMENT OF MY LIFE ONE
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MY GOAL IS TO DESIGN THE
CARS OF THE FUTURE HOR-
ACIO HERERA
MY GOAL IS TO FULFILL MY
DREAMS OF BECOMING RICH
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MY GOAL IS TO LEAVE ALL THE
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MAURI IGLESIAS
MY GOAL IS TO GROW UP AND
LEAD A PRODUCTIVE LIFE -
JAMES JOHNSON
MY GOAL IS TO GRADUATE
FROM WISCONSIN UNIVERSI-
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BUSINESS FIELD AS AN AC-
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MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO RETIRE
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CHANGES IN MY HIGH
SCHOOL YEARS AND I FEEL
NO MATTER WHERE I'M GO-
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THIS SONG HAS SET MY
MOOD ... "LOVE ME SOME-
BODY, TAKE ME FOR WHAT
I'M WORTH" ... BY BAD CO. -
LOLITA MARTINEZ
MY GOAL IS TO MAKE THE BEST
OUT OF EVERY MOMENT OF
MY LIFE MEENA MAYANI
MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A RICH,
OLD WOMAN AND INHERIT
ALL HER BUCKS WHEN SHE
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FRANCISCO MEDINA.
MY FUTURE GOAL IS TO BE
SUCCESSFUL AS AN ARTIST
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PALUMBO
MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A VERY
WEALTHY 3/4 DEAD OLD MAN -
TAMMY PARROTT
MY FUTURE GOAL IS TO TRAV-
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MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO
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DREAMS AND TO LIVE TO
THE FULLEST IMY
PLUNKETT
MY GOAL IS TO NEVER
WIND UP WRITING A
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MY GOAL FOR THE FU-
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M. IGLESIAS
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K. SCHWARTZ
P. SNYDER
L. VEGA
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She is cute. short. lovable teacher itho has a
short temper The thing that can aggravate
Mrs Mottern the most iL if ou don't use
your mental abilities to the fullest. When she
ask- )ou a question, -he alwa's tells \ou to.
"Sa\ se'"' And at the end of class, on sour
was out the door. \ou can always hear her
sell. -"If all else falls. STUDY!"


He stalks his class while lecturing
energetically about a particular
political viewpoint. Suddenly, the class
falls silent as Mr. Gansen steadily
walks toward his cabinet and takes out
his camera. As a flash blinds our eyes,
we let out a sigh of relief, because we
weren't new members of the Sleeping
Hall of Fame. The moment of truth
finally comes about the end of class
when he pops out of the blue behind
your back and asks, "What did you
learn in class today?"


MR. WILL


He can be spotted a mile away by
his very distinctive walk. His
teaching style is different from any
other P.E. teacher. When it's time
for football he quickly gets down to
the basics: conditioning, drills,
conditioning, laps, and more
conditioning.
Umm . now that you're in
condition, there's a 26 mile
Marathon and if anyone can beat
me they get an A ...


MR. SANCHEZ


You can see him every morning at four
corners trying to chase down a bus.
Whenever you first meet Mr. Sanchez, you
might feel intimidated, but then you realize
it's all part of his game. Once you become
accustomed to his unique sense of humor, he
makes you feel at home in his class.


MR. GRUBBS


When talking to your friends in the
back of the classroom, you suddenly
hear, "Tiernan, that's one warning.
Rey. that's ten warnings. If I hear you
again, it's a detention."
Three minutes later Rey is talking
again. Five minutes later he has a
detention. Six minutes later he has
talked his way out of serving it.
Mr. Grubbs is Mr. Serious. Behind
those twinkling eyes, you can tell he's
Mr. Softy.


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Most students on the bus on the way
towards school may suddenly feel
they're hardly moving because of the
slow traffic. As they look ahead, they
see a familiar, sky-blue colored little
station wagon driven by Mrs. Darnell,
a slow, but cautious driver with a MR. GRAVER
warm smile for everyone.
He's a funny teacher, always joking with his
students Sometimes he'll squeeze your
shoulder until it hurts, then act as if nothing
happened. The really. unique thing about this
teacher though, is how he turns into Santa
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MR. COWLEY

Well let's see, ... some teachers
change everyday-well at least Mr.
Cowley does. Have you ever seen a
teacher get so many haircuts, but
he never seems to get rid of that
one little strand that hangs in his
face. Or what about all those Band-
Aids he has all over his arms
Every day one is taken off, and
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MS O' BRIEN

If you make a mistake while drawing or
painting, don't throw it away. "It's Art" If
you were to trip and knock paint onto paper.
don't throw it away "It's Art". Whether
something was on accident or planned, good
or bad. don't throw it away. "It's Art."






MRS. HOFFMAN

Stretching from ear to ear, her smile
warns you that the next big assignment
is about to commence. We are to read
a book and find the symbolism even
though the author of the book states
there is none.
Bringing out the best in everyone, Mrs.
Hoffman never allows her students to
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favorite color is blue and her hobby is talking. Her favorite
phrases are "Honky Dory', "Feeling Peachy,' and "I love
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At the end of last year it appeared that there would not be a yearbook for the 1985-86 year, but that changed during the summer
when Mr. Cotton agreed to sponsor the yearbook staff. In past years the yearbooks were set up and the staff organized in the
summer. However at the beginning of this year, we did not even have a staff. Once a staff was chosen, each of the members was
required to take a photography course at the Ft. Davis craft shop with Mr. Oriel Lum. So after a late start, the staff was finally
able to start the uphill struggle of putting this yearbook together.
Without the dedicated work of Vonnie Blazier, Marta Howell, Jennifer Mathews, Jessica Greenidge, and Lizzy Thompson, who
stuck with it from the beginning to the end, this book would never have left the drawing board. Each of these people spent many
weekends and afternoons, sometimes as late as eight o'clock in the evening. Also of great help were Lisa Palumbo and Shelly Boggs
who provided the art work; and Mike Laurenzi and Paul Snyder who gave many hours of hard work, but for one reason or another
were unable to stay with the staff.

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CONGRATULATIONS FROM TRADEWIND TO THE
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REBEL YOU ARE VERY SPECIAL TO ME. ALWAYS
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CONGRATULATIONS AND
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Mr. Palumbo, with his down to earth manner, fits in naturally
with the students of C.H.S. Having graduated from C.H.S. 30
years ago, Mr. Palumbo is well known for showing his great
tiger spirit. We are thankful that he has given us 16 years of
teaching and it would be hard to imagine C.H.S. without him.

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TABLE OF
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Classes 8

Seniors 10

Juniors 24

Sophomores 30

Freshmen 36

8th grade 42

7th grade 48

Faculty 56

Extra-Curricular 64

Football 66

Jamboree 68

Drill Team 70

Spirit Week 71

Homecoming 72

Cheerleaders 74

Girls' Basketball 76

Boys' Basketball 78

Baseball 80

Tennis 81

Track 82

Soccer 83

Volleyball 84

Close Up 86

Christmas Formal 87

Prom Court 88

Student Association 90

JROTC 92

Band 94

NHS 96

Clubs 97-101

Yearbook Staff 102

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MRS. MOTTERN

She is cute, short, lovable teacher who has a
short temper. The thing that can aggravate
Mrs. Mottern the most is if you don't use
your mental abilities to the fullest. When she
asks you a question, she always tells you to,
"Say yes!" And at the end of class, on your
way out the door, you can always hear her
yell, "If all else fails, STUDY!"




MR. SANCHEZ

You can see him every morning at four
corners trying to chase down a bus.
Whenever you first meet Mr. Sanchez, you
might feel intimidated, but then you realize
it's all part of his game. Once you become
accustomed to his unique sense of humor, he
makes you feel at home in his class.



MR. GANSEN

He stalks his class while lecturing
energetically about a particular
political viewpoint. Suddenly, the class
falls silent as Mr. Gansen steadily
walks toward his cabinet and takes out
his camera. As a flash blinds our eyes,
we let out a sigh of relief, because we
weren't new members of the Sleeping
Hall of Fame. The moment of truth
finally comes about the end of class
when he pops out of the blue behind
your back and asks, "What did you
learn in class today?"





MR. WILL

He can be spotted a mile away by
his very distinctive walk. His
teaching style is different from any
other P.E. teacher. When it's time
for football he quickly gets down to
the basics: conditioning, drills,
conditioning, laps, and more
conditioning.

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condition, there's a 26 mile
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me they get an A ...



MR. GRUBBS

When talking to your friends in the
back of the classroom, you suddenly
hear, "Tiernan, that's one warning.
Rey, that's ten warnings. If I hear you
again, it's a detention."
Three minutes later Rey is talking
again. Five minutes later he has a
detention. Six minutes later he has
talked his way out of serving it.
Mr. Grubbs is Mr. Serious. Behind
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MS. DARNELL

Most students on the bus on the way
towards school may suddenly feel
they're hardly moving because of the
slow traffic. As they look ahead, they
see a familiar, sky-blue colored little
station wagon driven by Mrs. Darnell,
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He's a funny teacher, always joking with his
students. Sometimes he'll squeeze your
shoulder until it hurts, then act as if nothing
happened. The really unique thing about this
teacher though, is how he turns into Santa
Claus in December.




MR. COWLEY

Well let's see, . some teachers
change everyday-well at least Mr.
Cowley does. Have you ever seen a
teacher get so many haircuts, but
he never seems to get rid of that
one little strand that hangs in his
face. Or what about all those Band-
Aids he has all over his arms.
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MS. O' BRIEN

If you make a mistake while drawing or
painting, don't throw it away, "It's Art". If
you were to trip and knock paint onto paper,
don't throw it away. "It's Art". Whether
something was on accident or planned, good
or bad, don't throw it away, "It's Art."





MRS. HOFFMAN

Stretching from ear to ear, her smile
warns you that the next big assignment
is about to commence. We are to read
a book and find the symbolism even
though the author of the book states
there is none.

Bringing out the best in everyone, Mrs.
Hoffman never allows her students to
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future that lies on every teenager in C.H.S. to lead this crowd
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During the past year, I feel that I have accomplished all the
goals you have set before me to the best of my ability. Moving
to college I will set new standards and goals for myself using the
initiative, tact and patience I used in my high school years as
S.A. vice-president.



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being S.A. treasurer to the best of my abilities. And I feel that I
have had a chance to show what I can do to try and make a
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Stephen Colon, Ray Laatz, Bobby Lancaster, Joseph Wyant, Gerry Lancaster, Sammy Clark, Mike Laurenzi, Paul
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Parsons, Heath Talhelm, Jason Wilson, Victor Aviles, Roger Clough, Sammuel Fiol, Daniel Gadrim, Benjamin Kotin, William
Krieger, Dario Dennis, Derick Facey, Oscar Gallego, Thomas Hanan, Robert Johnson, Dannie Mc Adams, Gene Taitano, Lisa
Pay, Kenneth Lancaster





Front Row, Left To Right, Gabriel Lamazares, Mike Laurenzi, Edward Walton, Mario Martin, Roger Clough, Brian Garcia,
Hector Vega, Richard Mathews, Daniel Juarez, Horacio Herrera, Charlie Carlson, Sandra Renno, Gerry Lancaster, Brian Smith,
Jody Todhunter, Sheila Whitney, Mr. Teague, Back Row Left to Right, Paul Wilkinson, Nicolasa Kuster, Scot Hoffman, Scot
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COMPUTER CLUB




Tom Hanan, Lino Ho, Allen Smith, Jaime Chan, Mario Martin, Ben Kotin, Gabriel Lamazares

SCIENCE CLUB




Sara Dorfmeier, Joellyn Roblas, Jenny Bonilla, Jennifer May, Gerry Lancaster, Denise Lopez, Tamara Washing-
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Joel Delgado Pres.

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Cynthia Gosa Sec.

Addrianne Holmes Tres.

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8TH GRADE

Lisa Christy Pres.
Amy Hill V. Pres.
Anthony Leleaux Tres.
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Tony Vega Pres.

Tamara Carter V. Pres.

Kindra Rankin Sec.

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Tito Lowinger Pres.
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Steve Arroyo Sec.
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11TH GRADE

Laura Hatcher Pres.

Vanessa Sobers V. Pres.

Vanessa Seales Sec.

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12TH GRADE

Patrick Hanan Pres.
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At the end of last year it appeared that there would not be a yearbook for the 1985-86 year, but that changed during the summer
when Mr. Cotton agreed to sponsor the yearbook staff. In past years the yearbooks were set up and the staff organized in the
summer. However at the beginning of this year, we did not even have a staff. Once a staff was chosen, each of the members was
required to take a photography course at the Ft. Davis craft shop with Mr. Oriel Lum. So after a late start, the staff was finally
able to start the uphill struggle of putting this yearbook together.

Without the dedicated work of Vonnie Blazier, Marta Howell, Jennifer Mathews, Jessica Greenidge, and Lizzy Thompson, who
stuck with it from the beginning to the end, this book would never have left the drawing board. Each of these people spent many
weekends and afternoons, sometimes as late as eight o'clock in the evening. Also of great help were Lisa Palumbo and Shelly Boggs
who provided the art work; and Mike Laurenzi and Paul Snyder who gave many hours of hard work, but for one reason or another
were unable to stay with the staff.

Of course I would like to thank Mrs. Akers for her help in the photo lab. As well as Mrs. Hoffman for helping to get us started.
And Mr. Renno and Mr. Gansen for their contributions of photography.

Brian Roscoe
Editor




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FROM THE LITERARY
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GOOD LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF '86 FROM
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CONGRATULATIONS
AND GOOD LUCK TO
THE CLASS OF '86
FROM THE DRAMA
CLUB



SHERRY LOVES LUCHO



MOUSER,

CONGRATULATIONS

TO A WONDERFUL

DAUGHTER.

WE ARE VERY PROUD

OF YOU, VONNIE.

DAD AND MOM



Seniors

You've brightened my life
sometimes a bit more than I
wanted but, mostly, just right!
Mrs. Hoffman.



CONGRADULACIONES A
LA CLASE DE 1986. PROF.
PASTOR SANCHEZ



CONGRATULATIONS TO
THE SENIORS FROM MR.
TEAGUE



SENIORS, YOU HAVE
FINALLY FINISHED AND
SO HAVE WE. YEARBOOK
STAFF 1986



REBEL YOU ARE VERY SPECIAL TO ME. ALWAYS
REMEMBER I'M THERE IF YOU NEED ME. ALWAYS
REMEMBER ME. I LOVE YOU. RATIONAL



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CONGRATULATIONS AND
GOOD LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF 1986 LINDA,
COSETTE, MARITZA



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HAPPY GRADUATION,
HAPPY FUTURE MOM,
DAD, GRAM, JACKIE



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1986
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1986

FROM

THE NORTHERN DISTRICT FIRE OFFICERS



SGT. ELMER BENNETT

SGT. THOMAS CLARKE

SGT. VERNAL FARNUM

SGT. RICARDO FORDE

SGT. RICARDO HALL

SGT. ERNESTO NILES

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COCOSOLITO, R.P.

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MAY FAIR WINDS AND CALM
SEAS LIE AHEAD FOR YOU ALL.
CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE

FOLKS AT THE GATUN YATCH
CLUB.



CONGRATULATIONS

TO THE SENIOR CLASS

OF 1986

FROM THE

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CLINICA 47-9798- 47-9863
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Dr. Bolivar Franco

ODONTOLOGO



CALLE 10 Y AVE. ROOSEVELT
No. 10,092, APARTAMENTO 1
APARTADO POSTAL 959
COLON, REP. DE PANAMA



PRODUCT OF THE C.H.S. CLASS

OF 1966

DONIA FRANCES BERGER

CLASS OF 2000

THE TIGER SPIRIT LIVES



CONGRATULATIONS

CLASS OF 1986

FROM

SPECIAL FORCES ASSOCIATION

LADIES AUXILIARY



THE DELTA TAU DELTA
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 Material Information
Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1986
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Dedication
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Opening
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Classes
        Page 9
    Seniors
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
    Juniors
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
    Sophomores
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
    Freshmen
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Junior high
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
    Faculty
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
    Sports, clubs, and events
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
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        Page 97
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        Page 100
        Page 101
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        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
    Advertising
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
        Page 122
        Page 123
        Page 124
        Page 125
        Page 126
    Back Matter
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
    Back Cover
        Page 131
        Page 132
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Mr. Palumbo, with his down to earth manner, fits in naturally
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years ago, Mr. Palumbo is well known for showing his great
tiger spirit. We are thankful that he has given us 16 years of
teaching and it would be hard to imagine C.H.S. without him.
Jennifer Matthews
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TABLE OF

CONTENTS


Classes .........
Seniors ...........
Juniors ...........
Sophomores .......
Freshmen .........
8th grade .........
7th grade .........
Faculty ...........
Extra-Curricular ..
Football ..........
Jamboree .........
Drill Team .......
Spirit Week .......
Homecoming ......
Cheerleaders .....
Girls' Basketball ...
Boys' Basketball ..
Baseball .........
Tennis ..........
Track ...........
Soccer ...........
Volleyball ........
Close Up .........
Christmas Formal ..
Prom Court .......
Student Association
JROTC ..........
Band ............
NHS ............


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Yearbook Staff .....................102
From the editor .................. 112
Ads ............................. 113


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MY GOAL IS TO GET SERIOUS
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MY ONE MAJOR GOAL IS TO BE-
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MY GOAL IS TO DESIGN THE
CARS OF THE FUTURE HOR-
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MY GOAL IS TO FULFILL MY
DREAMS OF BECOMING RICH
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MY GOAL IS TO LEAVE ALL THE
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MY GOAL IS TO GRADUATE
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MY LIFE MEENA MAYANI
MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A RICH,
OLD WOMAN AND INHERIT
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She is cute, short. lovable teacher .ho has a
short temper. The thing that can aggravate
Mrs Mottern the most is if .ou don't use
your mental abilities to the fullest. When she
., k )ou a question, she alwa>) tells )ou to,
"Sa, ye-'" And at the end of class, on sour
wa\ out the door. sou can always hear her
yell. "'If all else fails, STUDY!"


MR. GANSEN


He stalks his class while lecturing
energetically about a particular
political viewpoint. Suddenly, the class
falls silent as Mr. Gansen steadily
walks toward his cabinet and takes out
his camera. As a flash blinds our eyes,
we let out a sigh of relief, because we
weren't new members of the Sleeping
Hall of Fame. The moment of truth
finally comes about the end of class
when he pops out of the blue behind
your back and asks, "What did you
learn in class today?"


MR. WILL


He can be spotted a mile away by
his very distinctive walk. His
teaching style is different from any
other P.E. teacher. When it's time
for football he quickly gets down to
the basics: conditioning, drills,
conditioning, laps, and more
conditioning.
Lmm . now that you're in
condition, there's a 26 mile
Marathon and if anyone can beat
me they get an A ...


MR. SANCHEZ


You can see him every morning at four
corners trying to chase down a bus.
Whenever you first meet Mr. Sanchez, you
might feel intimidated, but then you realize
it's all part of his game. Once you become
accustomed to his unique sense of humor, he
makes you feel at home in his class.


MR. GRUBBS


When talking to your friends in the
back of the classroom, you suddenly
hear, "Tiernan, that's one warning.
Rey. that's ten warnings. If I hear you
again, it's a detention."
Three minutes later Rey is talking
again. Five minutes later he has a
detention. Six minutes later he has
talked his way out of serving it.
Mr. Grubbs is Mr. Serious. Behind
those twinkling eyes, you can tell he's
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MS. DARNELL

Most students on the bus on the way
towards school may suddenly feel
they're hardly moving because of the
slow traffic. As they look ahead, they
see a familiar, sky-blue colored little
station wagon driven by Mrs. Darnell,
a slow, but cautious driver with a MR. GRAVER
warm smile for everyone.
He's a funny teacher, always joking with his
students. Sometimes he'll squeeze your
shoulder until it hurts, then act as if nothing
happened. The really unique thing about this
teacher though, is how he turns into Santa
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MR. COWLEY

Well let's see, ... some teachers
change everyday-well at least Mr.
Cowley does. Have you ever seen a
teacher get so many haircuts, but
he never seems to get rid of that
one little strand that hangs in his
face. Or what about all those Band-
Aids he has all over his arms.
Every day one is taken off, and
another put back on.
MS. O' BRIEN

If you make a mistake while drawing or
painting, don't throw it away. "It's Art". If
you were to trip and knock paint onto paper,
don't throw it away "It's Art". Whether
something was on accident or planned, good
or bad. don't throw it away, "It's Art."






MRS. HOFFMAN

Stretching from ear to ear, her smile
warns you that the next big assignment
is about to commence. We are to read
a book and find the symbolism even
though the author of the book states
there is none.
Bringing out the best in everyone, Mrs.
Hoffman never allows her students to
fall below their level of achievement.






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favorite color is blue and her hobby is talking. Her favorite
phrases are "Honky Dory', "Feeling Peachy,' and "I love
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chelle Parks, Kristy Bjornaby. R2. Mike Laurenzi, Felix
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The job o0 Ihe president ma% seem unnecessary) to man%
students in C H S But if he is not to follow the guidelines that
are necessjr) Cchao, will follow. I'e hc3rd people ~ k h d,'
we need an S A oftiier for'" The answer is thail e uork for a
future that lies on escr teeenager in C H S to lead thi, croud
of heroes and plain hard workers into the sweetness that hold.
as a goal


As S A secretary I feel thai I hate full-filled my duties for thi,
bear and I am ser\ pleased to hate had the chance to du ihi
job I hope the ncl secreirtr Hill complete his, her job just as
well or if possible better


During the past year, I feel that I have accomplished all the
goals you have set before me to the best of my ability. Moving
to college I will set new standards and goals for myself using the
initiative, tact and patience I used in my high school years as
S.A. vice-president.


For the past jear I feel iht I hite aCdicmplh-ied the ob of
being S.A. treasurer to the best of my abilities. And I feel that I
have had a chance to show what I can do to try and make a
better school year.


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Stephen Colon, Ray Laatz, Bobby Lancaster, Joseph Wyant, Gerry Lancaster, Sammy Clark, Mike Laurenzi, Paul
Snyder, Vanessa Sobers























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Steve Arroyo, Sylvia Brooks, Paola Burac, Gillespie Kennth, Adonicio Hartley, Miriam Lassater, Mario Martin, Christopher
Parsons, Heath Talhelm, Jason Wilson, Victor Aviles, Roger Clough, Sammuel Fiol, Daniel Gadrim, Benjamin Kotin, William
Krieger, Dario Dennis, Derick Facey, Oscar Gallego, Thomas Hanan, Robert Johnson, Dannie Mc Adams, Gene Taitano, Lisa
Pay, Kenneth Lancaster





































Front Row, Left To Right, Gabriel Lamazares, Mike Laurenzi, Edward Walton, Mario Martin, Roger Clough, Brian Garcia,
Hector Vega, Richard Mathews, Daniel Juarez, Horacio Herrera, Charlie Carlson, Sandra Renno, Gerry Lancaster, Brian Smith,
Jody Todhunter, Sheila Whitney, Mr. Teague, Back Row Left to Right, Paul Wilkinson, Nicolasa Kuster, Scot Hoffman, Scot
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