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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.
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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Clubs ......................... 97-101
Yearbook Staff .....................102
From the editor .................. 112
Ads ............................. 113


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MOST LIKELY TO SPEND THEIR
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FEEDING PIGEONS MIKE
LAURENZI
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ROYCES LINO HO
MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT
ROCK STAR CHIP GEWIN
MOST LIKELY TO NEED BAIL
MONEY FRANCISCO MEDIA
MOST LIKELY TO BE AN OLD
MAID VONNIE BLASIAR
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MOST LIKELY TO BE A HOUSE-
WIFE WITH 22 KIDS MARTA
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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
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MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO FINISH
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DO IKIE HERES
MY GOAL IS TO DESIGN THE
CARS OF THE FUTURE HOR-
ACIO HERERA
MY GOAL IS TO FULFILL MY
DREAMS OF BECOMING RICH
KIM HOLMES
MY GOAL IS TO LEAVE ALL THE
SAD MEMORIES BEHIND AND
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MY GOAL IS TO GRADUATE
FROM HIGH SCHOOL, GET A
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LEGE PAYING MY OWN WAY -
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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I HAVE GONE THROUGH MANY
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SCHOOL YEARS AND I FEEL
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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
AND HAVE A FULFILLING CA-
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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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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
BOOK, AND TALKING TO
PHIL DONAHUE BRIAN
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B. AND D. SMITH
D. DEMPSEY
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W. STREETER
W.BELL
T. PARROT
M. IGLESIAS
A. ROBERTSON
K. SCHWARTZ
P. SNYDER
L. VEGA
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GALLEGO, OSCAR


GAYLOR, SHIREE


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JONES, JACQUELINE


JOSEPHS, BERNARD


KEITH MICHEL


LELEAUX, RICHARD MARTINO, DEBRA


LEGGET, KERRY


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PEAVY, SHANNON


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MARTHA NEPTON


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MICHELLE PARKS


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Michelle Headrick


Genny Gossett


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Henry Josephs Christine La Mountain


Tanya Layne Juan Lu


Mario Martin Jose Martinez


Jennifer May


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Karen Rankin


Kindra Rankin


Michael Rathyen


Peter Stankovich


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Esther Cowling


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David Farrell


Connie Flockhart


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MRS. MOTTERN


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
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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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Stacey Patton was chosen as our 1985 Jamboree Queen. Her
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
Modestin, Bill Krieger, Micky Jones, Sam Fiol, Jose
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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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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.


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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
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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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FROM THE LITERARY
MAGAZINE STAFF ...

GOOD LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF '86 FROM
DORIS DARNELL


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


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THE CLASS OF '86 LA CLASE DE 1986. PROF.
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SENIORS, YOU HAVE
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The job of the president may seem unnecessary to many
students in C.H.S. But if he is not to follow the guidelines that
are necessary chaos will follow, I've heard people ask "Why do
we need an S.A. officer for?" The answer is that we work for a
future that lies on every teenager in C.H.S. to lead this crowd
of heroes and plain hard workers into the sweetness that holds
as a goal.


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year and I am very pleased to have had the chance to do this
job. I hope the next secretary will complete his/her job just as
well or if possible better.


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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
better school year.


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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
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J. MATTHEWS
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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
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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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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

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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
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MR. GANSEN

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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
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MR. WILL

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his very distinctive walk. His
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other P.E. teacher. When it's time
for football he quickly gets down to
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conditioning, laps, and more
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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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towards school may suddenly feel
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teacher though, is how he turns into Santa
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MR. COWLEY

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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
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don't throw it away. "It's Art". Whether
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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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The job of the president may seem unnecessary to many
students in C.H.S. But if he is not to follow the guidelines that
are necessary chaos will follow, I've heard people ask "Why do
we need an S.A. officer for?" The answer is that we work for a
future that lies on every teenager in C.H.S. to lead this crowd
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initiative, tact and patience I used in my high school years as
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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.

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Editor




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CONGRATULATIONS
AND GOOD LUCK TO
THE CLASS OF '86
FROM THE DRAMA
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MOUSER,

CONGRATULATIONS

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WE ARE VERY PROUD

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Mrs. Hoffman.



CONGRADULACIONES A
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PASTOR SANCHEZ



CONGRATULATIONS TO
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SENIORS, YOU HAVE
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CONGRATULATIONS AND
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1956 Mr. P alumbo. with his d own t o earth m anne r fit s in n aturally with the s tud e nt s o f C. H S H aving g r a du a t e d fro m C. H S 30 y e a r s a go. Mr. P alumbo i s well know n f o r s h ow in g his great ti ger s pirit. W e a r e tha nkful th a t h e has g i ve n u s 16 y e a r s o f tcaching a nd it w o uld be h a rd t o imagine C H .S without him Jennifer M a tth ews & J essica Gre enridg c

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r TABLE OF CONTENTS Classes Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen 8th grade . ....... 7th grade ... .... . . Faculty. . ...... . .... Extra-Curricular ....... Football .' .... . . . ... 8 .10 ... 24 .30 .36 .42 .48 .56 ... 64 .66 Jamboree . ...... .. 68 . . .... .70 ... 71 .72 .74 .76 .78 Drill Team Spirit Week Homecoming .. Cheerleaders Girls' Basketball Boys Basketball Baseball .. ...... ... .... 80 Tennis Track ........... .81 Soccer Volleyball .. Close Up Christmas Formal Prom Court. Student Association JROTC .' Band NHS Clubs Yearbook Staff From the editor Ads .. ...... .82 ............... 83 ............. 84 . ....... 86 .87 .88 ......... 90 .92 94 .. 96 .. 97-101 ... 102 .112 113 _-.AI

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MOST LIKELY TO BE A MALE STRIPPER -DYLA DEMPSEY MOST LIKELY TO BE LATE FOR THEIR OWN FUNERAL -TRACEY WILKINSON MOST LIKELY TO SPEND THEIR LIFE ON A PARK BENC H FEEDING PIGEONS -MIKE LAURENZI MOST LIKELY TO BE ABLE TO AFFORD A COUPLE OF ROLLS ROYCES -L1NO HO MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT RO C K STAR -CHIP GEWIN MOST LIKELY TO NEED BAIL MONEY -FRANCI SCO MEDIA MOST LIKELY TO BE AN OLD MAID -VONNIE BLASIAR MOST LIKELY TO STAY A BACHELOR FOR THE LO GEST -DANNY LOWINGER MOST LIKELY TO HAVE THE

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MOST DIVORCES -DAVID COHEN MOST LIKELY TO DIE TALKING -ADAM MCDONOUGH FUTURE ALCOHOLIC A ONYMOUS LEADER -IMY PLUNKETT MOST LIKELY TO BE A HOUSEW I FE WITH 22 KIDS -MARTA HOWELL MOST LIKELY TO BE GRADUATING WITH THE CLASS OF "2000 -IKIE HERE MY MAJOR GOAL IN LIFE IS TO BECOME A NATIONALLY WATCHED TELEVI S ION RE PORTER -TANYA BURTON MY GOAL IS TO GET SERIOUS AND SURF -DAVID COHEN MY ONE MAJOR GOAL IS TO BECOME THE MOST VERSATILE MOTION PICTURE CAMERA MAN THAT MY KNOWLEDGE CAN PROVIDE -MARTY GOLDENPENNY MY GOAL IS TO FAVOR EVERY MOMENT OF MY LIFE ONE STEP AT A TIME JESSICA GREENIDGE

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NNY J MY GOAL I N LIFE IS TO FINISH 4 YEARS OF B USINESS COLLEGE, AND BECOME SUCCESSFUL IN EVERYTHING I DO -IKIE HERES MY GOAL IS TO DESIGN THE CARS OF THE FUTUR E -HORACIO HERERA MY GOAL I S TO FULFILL MY DREAMS OF BECOMING RICH -KIM HOLMES MY GOAL I S TO LEAVE ALL THE SAD MEMORIES BEHIN D AND LOOK FORWARD TO A BRIGHT FUTURE WITH ENCOURAGEMENT FROM MY FAMILY AND BOYFRIEN D MARTA HOWELL

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-tf::::!a/lwciJ/veunJ MY GOAL IS TO GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL, GET A GOOD JOB, AND GO TO COLLEGE PAYING MY OWN WAYMAURI IGLESI AS MY GOAL IS TO GROW UP AND LEAD A PRODUCTIVE LIFE -JAMES JOHNSON MY GOAL I S TO GRADUATE FROM WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY AND GET A JOB IN THE B US INESS F I ELD AS AN ACCOUNTANT G INA LAURENZI MY GOAL I LIFE IS TO RETIRE AT THE AGE OF 4 5 -MIKE LAURENZI

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MY GOAL IS TO BECOME THE BEST BUSINESS WOMAN I N THE WORLD AND MAKE THE B I G BUCKS -MARCELLA LAYNE I HAVE GONE THROUGH MANY CHANGES IN MY HIGH SCHOOL YEARS AND I FEEL NO MATTER WHERE I M GOING OR WHERE I'VE BEEN, THIS SONG HAS SET MY MOOD "LOVE ME SOMEBODY, 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 MAYAN I MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A R ICH, OLD WOMAN AND INHERI T ALL HER BUCKS WHEN SHE KICKS THE BUCKET. THEN I M GOING SURFING -ADAM McDONOUGH

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MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO GO TO COLLEGE AND STUDY C ARPENTRY. AFTER COLLEGE I WOULD LIKE TO START MY OWN CARPENTRY BUSINESSFRANCISCO MEDINA. MY FUTURE GOAL IS TO BE SUCCESSFUL AS AN ARTIST AND HAVE A FULFILLING CAREER IN THAT FIELD LISA PALUMBO MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A VERY WEALTHY % DEAD OLD MANTAMMY PARROTT MY FUTURE GOAL IS TO TRA VEL FOR A YEAR AFTER GRADUATING, GO TO COLLEGE IN SWITZERLAND TO STUDY DENTAL HYGIENE AND THEN HAVE MY OWN DENTAL CLINIC -JENI PAR EDES

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MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO AVOID A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN -STACEY PATTON MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO SEEK OUT ALL MY DREAMS AND TO LIVE TO THE FULLEST -IMY PLUNKETT MY GOAL IS TO NEVER WIND UP WRITING A BOOK AND TALKING TO PHIL DONAHUE -BRIAN ROS COE MY GOAL FOR THE FUTURE IS TO HAVE NO HASSLES -ANN ROSS

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M HOWELL J MATTHEWS L. PALUMBO A E CKEL S PATTON J PAREDES S RANKIN T JUAREZ I. PLU KETT B ADD. SMITH D. DEMPSEY G LAURENZI W STREETER W BELL T PARROT M IGLESIAS A ROBERTSON K SCHWARTZ P SNYDER L. VEGA V BLAZIER D LOWINGER K DONAVIN

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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED JESSICA GREENI DGE KENNETH LANCASTER MOST ATHLETIC TANYA BURTON RUDY FRANCI S BEST PERSONALITY STACY PATTO BR IAN SMITH WITTI EST K I M HOLMES DAVID COHEN BEST DRESSED PAULINE S YDER HORACI O HERRERA

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BATIZY. S H E RI SE BJOR EBY. KRISTI BOGGS. M ICHELLE C HAN. J A IME COLON. STEVE N CORR IGAN. T IERNAN COWLING. JENNI FER DEBOER. MELISSA

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DENNIS. DARI O EGLE. ERIK FRANCIS. REINALDO GALLEGO. OSCAR HANAN. THOMAS HATCHER. LAURA FAC EY. DERICK FLYNN. DAVID GAYLOR. SHIREE HALLOC K H EIDI -l :t Cl ;0 :> .. _____

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HOOVER. FRANK JOHNSON. ROBERT JONES. JACQUELINE J OSEPHS. BERNARD KEITH MICHEL LEGGET. KERR Y LELE A U X RICHARD MARTINO. DEBRA MODESTIN. FELIX

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MON. JANINA PEAVY. SHANNON SEALES. VANESSA SIMMONS. LINDA SOBERS. VANESSA SPERLING SHEILA PETRONI. ERIK SMITH. ALLEN QUINONES. BRENDA SNVDER. PAUL --I J: ...................... ......

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V.'", ) TAITANO. GENE THOMPSON. ROBERT TRUMBLE. K IMBERLY WAKED. WAllO W ILKINSON. PAUL

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SHERRY AQUI N INGOC STEVE ARROYO CYNTHIA BRADFORD PAOLA BURAC M ICHELLE CALVO CHARLIE CARLSON III KARALYN CHRISTY RAJU CHUGA I SAMMI E CLARK

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RONALD COLEMAN CINDY COYKENDALL JOANN ECKEL S IMEON ELLISON LUKE FU DERBURK VANESSA GREE IDGE FRA K GUERRERO JR. WE DY HALL SCOTT HOFFMAN M ::::-_______ EJt;

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DANIEL JUAREZ BENJAMIN KOTIN BILL KR IEGER RAY LAATZ GABRI E L LAMAZARES GERRY LANCASTER MARY LAWRANCE

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ROBERT LAWRANCE T1TO LOWINGER TEODORO LUNA III TERRENCE MARIDS B INA MAYNI ANITA MAZEROLLE DANNI E M CADAMS STEVEN MCMULLIN

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JAVIER NEPTON ISAAC LILLIAN ORTI Z ANA PACE ANGELINA PALUMBO M IC HELLE PARKS GEORGE PATTON LISA PAY SANDY D INA ROMAN

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B ILLIE JO SABEDRA TOMMY S P ERLING ALLEN S ULLIVAN ELIZABETH THOMPSON S H E ILA WHI T NEY 2. :r _______ .5

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Lizbeth Acuna R oq u e Aguon Derek Akers Vict o r Avi l es Ivette Benitez lloyd Callender Tamara Carter R ogclio C l o ugh Gcr 31d Corr igan M a r c i e Dodge

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Mit c h ell Fairley Adonicio H a rtley Mi c h elle H eadric k Bri an Garcia J a n et Gibbs Gcnny Gossett Raed H achem

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Mi c hael P a r so ns C h as t i t y P eavy Vitt orio R ail Ka r e n R a nk i n Kindr a R a nkin M i c h ae l R a th yen M a tt hew R ig b y E r ic Scal es Bri a n S m it h Pete r Stankovich

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B o t o nd B atizy Wendi Blackmon Lilibeth B o r sc lin e R ose l y n C r oo k s E b y Ce nt e n o Vic t o r C h a n

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Lisa C hri s t y E sther Cowling G i o M a r c el l o F c o l i O svaldo G o n za l es Die nn c k a G o rt o n .......................... 4 3

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Corey G ru bb s Amy Hill Allison H o ffm a n "". (fJ -. . -Heather H allock Tric i a H a nan T oshia Jack so n Gc r ogc J acobs Michaela J enne Diana J u n q u c r a 44 .. ____________

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Ari e l K e ith T a m a r a L a wyer i co l e McAda m s J amie M cC l a r y Ca t hy M c D a niel

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Isaae Nepton Pa u I Peder se n Miryam Ru a Kenneth Ruff Abraham Sabedra 46 .............. ..

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J av i e r Sant a m aria Kenneth Schamme rt K as ma S o b e r s K e nneth Stubbs Lis a Stults G T acobs J ose ph T a it a n o Tama r a Takso n Heath Talhelm Matthew T alhlm M T e nn e C hri s tine Will C h e r y l Willi amso n T a h e r Yaafar 47

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B e rl y B e nit ez H arry Bilgray Jenny B o nill a Al exa ndr a B r yo n A l a n Austin Ann e tt e A v i l es Calle nd e r Enrique Am y C h e un g C handr a Col e man C r isti n a Col es AS .......................... ..

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lIya D'arcy-Evans J oe l D e lgado Ruben Dia z Sar a Dorfmeier John Garcia Robert Glaze Aidan Eve ritt David Farrell Connie F l ockhart C lint Gadrim .. _________ C:::;:z:r.::tI49

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Cy nthi a G oza R Gra nt Carlos Guiti a n Nida l Hach e m Carlos H e r n Yisclka H c rn W a r c ht a H ill Adri anne H o lme s E rik Jimen ez Thrcsa J o hn so n 50 ..............

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J ess i ca L ay n e D e n ise L o p ez Mi c hael M c D o u gall Jul ie tt e M e lr ose W illia m Pr e kin s A n t h o n y P olla rd P o n cll Mill a r Jeffr ey N i c h o l as M e l anic P ay Lut c i a P ete r se n .......................... 1151

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G ini e R a th ye n S un dia Ratte rr ee J a m es R eid Amy R eyes JoeUyn Roble s Vict o ria Roman Jacqueline Schammert Ronald Schol field Vicki Seel ey Robert Spa rkm an 52f!!1 ........... ..

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Ant o n Spencer Susan Spence r J osep h S t ankovic h Michae l Sullivan B everly Teal Lisa Mari Vega Tamara W as hington D ave W as hin g t on ancy Whit e ............................ 53

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P as tor S a n c he z

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MRS. MOTTERN She i s c ut e, s hort, l ovab le teacher who ha s a s h o rt temper. The th ing that can agg r ava t e Mrs. Mottern t h e most i s if you d o n t u sc your mental abi liti es to the f ull est. When s h e asks yo u a question s he a lwa ys tell s y o u to. "Say yes!" And a t the end o f class, o n yo ur way oul th e d oo r yo u can a l ways hea r h e r ye ll. I f all else fails, STUDY!" MR. SANCHEZ Y o u can sec him ever y morning a t fo ur corners tr y ing t o c h ase down a b u s Whenever yo u fir s t m ee t Mr. San c hez yo u mig ht feci int imid a t ed. but then yo u real i ze it's all part of his game. Once yo u becom e accu s t o med to his uniqu e se nse of hum o r. h e makes you fec i a t h o m e in his class MR. GANSEN H e s t alks hi s cl ass while le c turin g e n e r getically about a p a rti cula r po litical v i ewpo int. Suddenly. the cla ss falls silen t as Mr. Gans en s teadily walks toward his cabi net and tak es out his camer a. A s a nash blind s our eyes. we let out a s igh o f r elief. because we weren't new members of the Sleeping H all of F a me The moment o f truth finall y comes about the end of class when h e pop s o ut of the blue b e hind yo ur back and asks. "What did yo u learn in class today'!" MR. GRUBBS MR. WILL He can be s p otted a m i l e away by hi s very di s tinctiv e walk. Hi s teachin g s t y l e i s different from any ot her P E teacher. When it's time for football h e quickl y gets d ow n to the ba s i cs: conditi o ning drill s, co nditi o ning l aps. and more co nditionin g. Umm now th a t you 're in co ndition, there's a 26 mile M a rath o n a nd if a n yo ne can beat me they gel a n A Whe n t a lking to yo ur friend s in th e back o f the class r oo m yo u s udd enly he a r Ti e rn a n th a t 's o n e warning. R ey, that's ten wa rn ing s. If I hear you again, it's a detention." Three minutes l a ter R ey i s talking again Five minutes l a t e r he has a detention. Six minut es later h e has t a lked hi s way out o f se rvin g it. Mr. Grubbs i s Mr. Serious. Behind thos e twinkling eyes yo u can t ell he's Mr. Softy.

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MR. COWLEY MS. DARNELL M ost s tud e nt s o n the bu s o n th e way t owa rd s sc h ool m ay s uddenl y feel they re h a rdl y m oving b eca u se of th e slow traffic. As they loo k a h ead, the y sec a familiar. s k y blue co l o r e d little s t atio n wagon dri ven b y Mrs. D a rnell a s l ow, but cauti o us driver w ith a warm s mil e for everyone. Well let' s see, . some teacher s change everyday-well at lea s t Mr. Cowley do es. H ave you ever see n a teacher get so man y haircut s. but he never s eem s to get rid of that one little st r a nd th a t hang s in his face. Or what about all tho se BandAids he h as all over his arms. Every da y one i s taken off. and another put back on. MRS. HOFFMAN Stretching from ear to ear, her s mile warn s yo u that the next big ass i gnment i s about La commence We are to re a d a b oo k a nd find the sy mboli s m even th o ugh th e author of the bo ok s t ates there i s n o ne Bringing out th e best in everyone, Mrs. Hoffman nev e r allows her student s to fall b elow th ei r l ev el of ach ieveme nt. He's a funn y teacher. always joking with his s tud en t s. Sometimes he'll sq u eeze your s h o ulder until it hurts, th e n act a s if n o thin g happen ed The r eally unique thing a b o ut this teach e r though, i s h ow he turns int o Santa C l a us in D ecembe r MS. 0' BRIEN I f yo u make a mi stake w hile drawing or painting. don't throw it awa y .. It s Art", I f yo u wer e to trip and knock paint onto paper don t throw it away It s Art" Whether something was o n acc id ent o r planned. good or bad. don t throw it away, It 's Art.

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THE YEAR OF THE TIGER

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stacey Pattoll 1985 Jamboree Queen B ec au se s h e i s l o v e d b y m os t o f Ihe popul a tion o f C HS, S tacey P a tl o n wa s c hosen a s o ur 19 8 5 J a mb o r ee Qu ee n H e r f avo rit e col o r i s blu e a nd h e r h o bb y is t a lkin g H e r f avo ril e phrases a ... e "'-Io nk y D o r y" F ee lin g P eac h y,' a nd l ove 69

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SPIRIT WEEK

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DRILL TEAM

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76 M auri I glesias #5 Junior I g l es ias Manager L aura Hatch e r # 1 4 S h eila Whitney # 1 Ta n ya Burt o n #6 Kim D o n avin # 1 2 Va n essa S o b e r s # 1 5 WHOOSH! WHOOSH! Nicki Kus ter #11 J a nnett Gibb s #13 Allison H o ffm a n # 4 Dw a n Elliso n #2 A n a Dace #9 Mi ssy Aq uini ngoc #7 S u s an Spencer #3

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00 !:::. -' -' <: co t;j :.: CIl <: co CIl DUNKING AWAY ...

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Coach : Steve Smith Dari o D e nnis. Bernard J oseph. O sca r G a lle go, Dyla n D e mp sey Rud y Fr anc is. SCOll H offma n Felix M odes tin, Kerry Legget, Lui s Green V encent Dodge, Rey Franci s. Terry Mardi s. Juni o r I g l esias. Sune Elliso n Ric h ard Washington, Sam Fio l M ang.: Kim D o n ova n

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B A S E B A L L o 00 -oJ oJ < co UJ rf) < co R I Mr. Grubb s K elly Legit Oscar Gallego. T o n y Vega. Re y Francis R2. Vanessa Greenidge, Michelle Jones. Dan n y Lowinger Henry Josephs, T eddy Luna F elix Mod es tin Frankie Hoover Greg Garringer. Sandi Rankin Michelle Parks, J oan n e Eckle, R3. J a nin a M o n D y l a n D e mp sey B ernard J osephs Rudy Francis, Tito Lowinger, F r a n c isco Medina Frankie Hoover pitche s a f as t one over home p i a teo

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G I R L R I K a r a l y n C hri s ty, K a ren R a n k in, A d am M c D o n o u g h K i ndr a R a nkin, T ania Jua re z, S M issy D e b oe r D i rk S mith Ann R oss, Alliso n H o ffm a n R2. An ge lin a P al um bo, S t acy P a tt o n W a nid a R a t erree, M e l a n y P ay, M s. Levy Mi ssy Deb o e r returnin g a ser ve T E N N I S

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N 00 --er: UJ U U o r/) SOCCER R 1 D a n B oss, D a r ia D e nni s, O sca r Gallego B ernard J o sephs, Rey Fr a n c is, Luch o Ortiz, Wayn e P ear t Ful o Real Regg i e Ca rreon G l e n W a tson Joanne Eckle Mic h elle P a rks, Kri s t y Bjorna by R2. Mike L a ur e n zi, Felix Mode s tin Bill Kri ege r Micky Jones, Sam F i o l Jose Sa n c h ez, T o n y Veg a.

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TRACK TEAM 85-86 RI. T o n y Vega. Shiel a Whitn ey Sandy R enno, V annessa So b e r s J essy D awso n J aim e C h a n Coac h J o n es. R2 L a ur a H a t c h e r Rey Fra n c i s.

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...J ...J < co >III ...J ...J o > Glenn Watson Alex Steele Kerry Legget Adrian Carver Angelina Palumbo Marta Howell Marcia Redman Sandi Rankin Shiela Whitney Rudy Francis Ronald H o lham Larry Finaman Frank Hoover Kim Trumble Tanya Burton Sherisc Batise Shiela Sperling Tiernan Corrigan

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SPIKING IT ... < o t"" t"" co l> t"" -C

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\. Angie R obe rtson V a n essa Sobers J en nif e r M a thews Jessica G r ee nid ge Brenda Quin ones

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FORMAL

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QUEEN Ann Ross !fUN/OJ( S8N/OJ( KING Bri a n Smith

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S a ndi R a nkin & Rudy Franci s Jessica G ree nid ge & Dyland Demp sey M arla Howell & D anny Lowin ger An gie R obertson & D avid Coh en

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The job of th e pr es ident may see m unn ecessa r y t o ma n y s tudent s in C. H S But if he i s not to follow th e guidelines th at a r e ne cessa r y c h aos will follow I've he a rd people as k "Why d o we need a n S A office r for?" The answe r is th a t we work f o r a futur e that lie s on every te e n age r in C. H S to l ead this crowd o f h e r oes and plain h a rd workers int o the swee tness th a t h olds as a goal. Durin g the pa s t yea r I feel th a t 1 h ave acco mpli s hed all the goals you h ave se t before me t o the best o f m y abi lit y M oving I will se t new s t andards and goa l s for myse lf u s ing th e mltl atlve. tact and patience I u sed i n my h igh sc h oo l yea r s as S A vice-p resid e nt. ___ I A s S A sec ret ary. 1 feel th a t I ha v e full-filled m y dutie s for thi s yea r and I a m ver y ple ased to h ave h a d th e chance t o do thi s job 1 h o pe the ne x t sec retary will comp l ete his/h e r job jus t as well or if possibl e better F o r th e pa s t yea r I fee l th at I h ave acco mpli s h e d the job o f being S A treas ur e r t o th e best o f m y a biliti es. And I feel th a t I h ave h a d a c h a n ce t o s how what I ca n d o t o try and ma k e a be tt e r sc h oo l year.

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ROTC Aquon Roque Marc B oggs, George Jacobson, Julio Pena Rathyen Michael Kenneth Schammert, Charlie Carlson, Stephen Col o n Ray Laatz B o bb y Lancaster, Joseph Wyant, Gerry Lanca s t e r Sammy C l a rk Mike L a ur e n z i Paul S n yder Vanessa Sobers

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E-COMPANY Steve Arroyo, Syl via Br ooks, Paola Burae Gillespie Kennth Adonicio H a rtl ey, Miriam La ssa ter. Mario Martin, Christopher P a r so n s, Heath Talhelm, Jason Wilson, Victor Aviles Roger C lough Sammuel Fiol Daniel Gadrim, Benjamin KOlin William Krieger, Da r ia Dennis. Derick Facey, Oscar Gallego, Thomas Hanan, Robert Johnson Dannie Me Adams, Gene Taitano, Lisa Pay, Ke nneth L a ncaster

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HONOR GRADUATES P a tri c k H a n a n Angi e Roberts o n W y nn e Streeter, T a nya Burt o n K e nn e th L a n caster, L i n e H o, D a nn y Lowinger. Ann Ro ss, Jenni r e r M a thew s, J ess i ca G r eenidge Not Picture d : S a nid R a nkin M a rt a H owell

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CHESS CLUB Jaso n Wil son, Victor Avilas, lady Todhunter, J a ime Chan, Bri a n Garcia, Brian Smith HONOR SOCIETY J essica Gree nidge. D a nny L owingcr Sandi R a nkin. P a tri c k H a n an. Jennirer M a tthew s L ino H o. T a n ya Burton Angie Robertson

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COMPUTER C LUB Tom Hanan Lina Ho, Allen Smith J a ime Chan. M a rio Martin Ben Kotin Gabriel L a ma za r es SCIENCE CLUB Sara D o rfmeicr Jocll y n Roblas. J enny B on ill a, J e nnif e r M ay. Ger r y L a n cas t e r De n i se L o pez. Tam a r a W as h i nglon, C ind y Coyke nd all, B o bb y L ancas le r S a m Fiol P aul Wi l kinson, Danie l Jua r ez

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Can't hold back. We're off the wall!!! After hours in the lab o w

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C L A S S o F F I C E R S 7TH GRADE Joel Delgado Pres. Sara Dorfmier -v. Pres. Cynthia Gosa Sec Addrianne Holmes Tres. Beverly Teal Bus. Mang.

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12TH GRADE P atric k H a n a n Pres. Rudy Francis V Pres. Jenn ife r Matthews Sec. Lino H o Tres. Laura Hatcher Pres Vanessa Sobers -V. Pres Vanessa Seales -Sec Brenda QUinones Bus Mang () r > C/l C/l o ." ." n m ;

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NEW PANAMA

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At th e e nd of l ast yea r it appeared that th e re would n o t be a yea rb oo k for the 1985-86 yea r but that c h a n ged during the s umm e r w h e n Mr. Cotton agreed 1 0 s pon so r the yea rbook s t a ff In p as t yea r s the yea rb ooks wer e se t up and the s taff o r ga n ized i n the s ummer. H owever a t t h e beginning of thi s year. we did n o t eve n h ave a s taff. On ce a s t aff was c h ose n eac h of the member s was r equired to take a photography co ur se a t th e Ft. D avis c r aft s h o p wit h Mr. Oriel Lum S o a fter a latc s t a rt the s t a f f was finally able t o s tart the uphill st ru gg l e of putting thi s yea rb oo k t oge th e r Without the dedic a ted work of Vonnie Blazier M a rt a H owell. Jennifer M at h e w s. Jessic a Greenidge. and Lizzy Th o mp so n who s tuck wit h it fro m the beginning t o th e e nd thi s b oo k w o uld never h ave left th e drawi ng b oa rd Each o f the se peop l e s pent many wee k e nd s and aftern oo n s. so metime s as l a t e as eigh t o'cl ock i n th e eveni n g Al so o f g r eat h elp were Lisa P a lumbo a nd Shelly B oggs w h o provided th e a rt work ; and Mike L aurenzi a nd P aul Snyder who gave m a n y hour s of h a rd work but for o n e reason o r a n o ther were unable to s l ay w ith the s laff. Of cou r se I would l ike t o th ank Mrs. Ak e r s f o r h e r h e l p in th e ph o t o l a b A s well as Mrs. Hoffma n for helping to get u s s t a rt ed. And Mr. Renno a nd Mr. Gansen for their co ntributi o n s of phot ogra phy. Brian Ro sco e Editor

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CLASSIFIED ADS CONGRATULATION S FROM TRADEWIND TO THE C LASS OF 86 CONG RA TULA T IONS TO THE CLASS OF '86 FROM THE LITERARY MAGAZ INE STAFF. GOOD LUCK TO THE C LASS OF '86 FROM DORIS DARNELL CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUC K TO TH E C LASS OF '86 FROM THE DRAMA CLUB SHERRY LOVES LUCHO MOUSER. CONG RA T U LA T IONS TO A WONDERFU L DAUGHTER. WE ARE VERY PRO U D OF YOU. VONNI E DAD AND MOM Senio rs You've brightened m y life -som et imes a bit m o r c th a n J wa nted but m ostly, j u s t right! -Mrs. H offma n CONGRADULACIONES A LA CLASE DE 1986. PROF PASTOR SANCHEZ CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS FROM MR. TEAGUE SENI ORS. YOU HAVE F INALLY F I N I SHED AND SO HAVE W E YEARBOOK STAFF 1986 REBEL -YOU ARE VERY SPEC IAL TO ME. ALWAYS REMEMBER i" M THERE IF YOU NEED ME. ALWAYS REMEMBE R ME. I LOVE YOU. -RATIONAL II WCHS C ONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1986 LINDA. COSETTE. MARITZA IMY PLUNKETTHAPPY GRADUATION. H A PPY F UTURE MOM. DAD. GRAM. JAC K I E COMPUTEIL INTElLIGENCE .AGENCY ... CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1986 FROM THE CHS ADMINISTRATORS : CHARLES RENNO AND HOWARD PERKINS ------------_.------------------

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1986 C.B. FENTON & CO. BOX 5025 CRISTOBAL, REP. OF PANAMA

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APOO. POSTAL. -411 COLON PANAMA CABLE: .. MOTT ... COLON TELEX 3408'0'0 ITT TEL.EX 9232 TAT TELEFONO "'.2077 Motta Intern S.A. Z ONA LlBRE DE COLON R P.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF 1986 BOYD STEAMPSHIP CORP. P.O. BOX 5077 CRISTOBAL, REP. OF PANAMA

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COMPLIMENTS OF NORTON, LILLY & CO. (PANAMA) INC STEAMSHIP AGENTS MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING P O BOX 5017 CRISTOBAL REP. OF PANAMA PEIKARD COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1986

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-COMPLIMENTS OF STEAMSHIP AGENTS PANAMA CANAL &""''1LUU(D &MD(,.. CRISTOaAL. 45-0'44 4 5 0 540 ASSISTA N T MANAGER CRISTO."L... RItP. P ... NAMA ,5HIP5RGENT WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF ASSOCIATED STEAMSHIP AGENTS, S. A. AT THE PANAMA CANAL P O Box 5 027, Cristbbal, R P Telephones 45-0461, 45-0462

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DR. PABLO ROJAS PARDINI ORTODOCIA EXCLUSIVAMENTE (PRACTICE LIMITED TO ORTHODONTIC S) Gra du a ted rr o m Co lumbia Univer s ity. New York TELEFONOS 69-63 1 2 69-6762 ANCON CLINIC 52-674 7 CALLE EUSEBIO A MORALES NEXT TO HILTON HOTEL (FRENTE A LA FLORISTERIA LAS VEGAS) E L CANGREJO CHINESE MARKET FRESH MEAT VEGETABLES FRUITS. S AL O N DE B ELLEZA GRIMAS CALLE 10 Y SAN ANTONIO # 10094 TEL. 47-2057 COLON WE THE CADETS OF J.R.O.T.C., STAND TALL AND PROUD AS WE SALUTE THE CLASS OF 1986 CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (A BILLINGUAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) TEL. 46-4933 COMPLIMENTS OF RAPID SUPER MARGARITA GAS AND MINI-SUPERMARKET

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MY FUTURE GOAL IS TO BE
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PALUMBO
MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A VERY
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MY FUTURE GOAL IS TO TRAV-
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OUT OF EVERY MOMENT OF
MY LIFE MEENA MAYANI
MY GOAL IS TO MARRY A RICH,
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MY GOAL IN LIFE IS TO FINISH
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CESSFUL IN EVERYTHING I
DO IKIE HERES
MY GOAL IS TO DESIGN THE
CARS OF THE FUTURE HOR-
ACIO HERERA
MY GOAL IS TO FULFILL MY
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- KIM HOLMES
MY GOAL IS TO LEAVE ALL THE
SAD MEMORIES BEHIND AND
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BRIGHT FUTURE WITH EN-
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FAMILY AND BOYFRIEND -
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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
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
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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