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 Title Page
 Dedication
 Table of Contents
 Opening
 Classes
 Seniors
 Juniors
 Sophomores
 Freshmen
 Junior high
 Faculty and staff
 Sports, clubs, and events
 Advertising
 Back Matter
 Back Cover
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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: 1987
Copyright Date:
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Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00093680:00068

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Dedication
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Opening
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Classes
        Page 7
    Seniors
        Page 8
        Page 9
        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
    Freshmen
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
    Junior high
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
    Faculty and staff
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
    Sports, clubs, and events
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
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        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
    Advertising
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
    Back Matter
        Page 103
        Page 104
    Back Cover
        Page 105
        Page 106
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Mrs. Nina Miller, a warm, caring and strong person, represents the true spirit of CHS. Loved
and respected by all, to most of the students she is a mother and best friend who always has
time to listen to our problems, and never hesitates to give her wise council and advice. These
qualities and many more make Mrs. Miller an extraordinary friend and a marvelous person too!


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SENIORS ..............................


HALL OF FAME ............


JUNIORS .....


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SOPHOMORES ........................


FRESHMAN


JUNIOR HIGH.


ADMINISTRA TION/FACULTY ............

SPORTS/EXTRA- CURRICULAR ..........


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SCHOOL DANCES ..................... 82

ORGANIZATIONS/CLUBS ................ 87

ADVERTISEMENTS ..................... 91


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A memory I hold dear is the
warmth and love I shared with
my parents at the moment of
my first important victory in
track. I now recognize the
importance of parental love
and support for its role helped
me absorb the best in all peo-
ple.

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Having my first job, a cook at
the G.Y.C. made me realize the
meaning of responsibility. I
was serious about work and the
responsibility it entailed. It
was my first experience with
"growing up." Doing my job
seriously and efficiently made
me accept responsibility.
That's what life is about.

Kristi Bjorneby













From the moment you enter
seventh grade to the the night
you graduate, our thing is
always apparent; there is never
enough time. At the end of
this year, saying goodbye to
those close to me will be most
difficult and at that moment,
more than ever, I will wish for
more time. If there is anything
I would be the advice -make
the most of the little time you
have. M helBgg
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The best memory I have of
C.H.S. is of our football team
winning its last game of the
season of my senior year. This
win was important because it
was my last chance to play for
C.H.S. and my final achieve-
ment in sports.

Jeffery Chisholm


I fondly recall when I was in
the fourth grade, and Igot my
first horse. He helped me to
realize what was so important in
the value of being indepen-
dent and responsible. I learned
how significant it was to be
mature enough to be able to
care for a living animal.

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After being the new student-
the outsider-so many times, I
have learned on important
lesson of accepting people for
what they are. A strong quality
of individuality permeates
C.H.S. and shows how willing
everybody is to accept the
differences in people.

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C.H.S. will always remain in
my memory as the place with
the most radical weather
changes. From freezing cold,
two jackets, mittens and long-
johns required, to steaming,
take the day off, hot! and in
between, the warmth of a
close, special family.
Melissa DeBore


Being part of a military family
means that I have to move
quite often. This travel has
been a doorway opening to
many meaningful experiences
and continues to expand my
knowledge as I mature.
Paul DeMoney


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My best memory is about my
participation in track. Learned
the importance of setting a
goal and achieving it. This
feeling of accomplishment
intensifies as we learn to share
our goals with others.
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As I look back to the time
when I started the first grade
in Panama, I am amazed at
how quickly the years have
gone by. In fact, it seems like
only yesterday that I was a
Junior, and now I am a Senior.
Erik Egle


I have learned that each life is
beautiful and unique and when
we achieve our goals and live
our dreams, we become those
lovely persons that all of usare
capable of being.
Derick Facey


My greatest memory of C.H.S.
was when I, and others, got
caught reproducing report
cards. It wasn't so much the
fact that we got caught that
stands out in my mind but
more how we got caught. In
short, this was what you could
call the most-known, best-kept
secret, because everyone knew
except the faculty and staff.
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On the final day of the Canal
Zone, I realized my life would
change. Observing the United
States's flag slowly descending
for the last time disheartened
me. Everything that had signifi-
cance was vanishing before my
eyes. A page of history was
being put aside forever.

Reinaldo Francis
















After deciding to settle down
and do my homework, Irealize
the importance of achievement
in classwork. Doing well in
school meant succeeding and
advancing toward my future
goals.

Oscar Gallego .

















My saddest recollection of
high school is centered on the
violent death of a close friend.
Unmitigated anger, shock, and
grief all merged into one emo-
Stion for me. Life and youth
are precious and should be
preserved, not destroyed.

Luis Green














My paramount memory is that
of the death of a classmate. At
that time, the finality of death
was unknown to me; therefore,
now that I understand death,
I am more able to enjoy the
beauty of life.

Heidi Hallock


.4s I look back at all the good
and bad things that have
happened to me, I realize that
all these happenings lIadserred
a purpose. The purpose being
that it made me grow up and
assume all the responsibilities
placed upon my shoulders.

Thomas Hanan


Surfing the day away, partying
the night away at the Yatch
Club and living each day to the
fullest with my friends-the
greatest memory I have of my)
years in C.H.S.

Frank Hoover


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I remember my first moments
of high school were fearful
and intimidating. I now sense
the ecstatic pleasure of being a
senior. The fear is gone and I
realize that I have the initiative
and confidence to overcome
any obstacle. My experience
taught me that life will not be
always be easy but whatever I
make it.
Jaqueline Jones












I remember an unfortunate
incident in my freshman year:
sitting scared and ashamed in
the principal's office after
getting in trouble: I realized
that no one was being hurt but
me. I am grateful to incident
because it made me understand
that growing up was accepting
the consequences of my
actions.

Bernard Josephs














My most important memories
envolve the fantasy of youth
which is sometimes vague, yet
pleasurable. The excitement of
the playground and using the
imagination are part of the
child's process of maturing.
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The most fearful emotion for
a child to comprehend is grief
following the death of a parent.
My mother's death was both
alarming and distressing. From
the overwhelming grief, I have
learned to cherish life. I miss
her a lot. Her life and death
taught me to capitalize on life's
simple pleasures.

Felix Modestin Jr.














At an early age I unsuccessfully
attempted to climb down
from our picnic table; I fell.
This event symbolizes my
attitude about life: even when
dreams seem impossible to
attain, I think I might not
succeed; either feeling fear or
excitement, I learned to reach
out with pride for my desires
and goals.

Janina Mon













Surfing has been a time of
worldless sensations, impres-
sions of laughter, friendship,
lazy days and golden sunsets.
It has been a special kind of
madness, a feeling for the sea,
a combination of love, know-
ledge, respect, fear-A time of
a natural high, the purest
stone.

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One of the most carefree times
for me was preteding to be a
celebrity on the high school
float in the tenth grade and
afterward the frantic moments
of knowing that I was
LOCKED in the school. Time
does have a way of changing
ones perception.
Vanessa Seales


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My saddest remembrance of
school is of the time the
American flag was lowered for
the last time. I realized then,
for the first time. how liarshi
the outside world really is. I
sensed from iie atmosphere
of those around me that our
way of life was being tossed
into turmoil, bit we would
perservere.
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The fondest and most captiva-
ting memories of high school
are those involving my friends
who helped me through the
most difficult times, and who
made my high school memories
unique and enjoyable times for
me to remember.
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Looking back upon my years ..o
in C.H.S., I realize it has been
more that a school. It was a
friend when I needed it-a
father, who IWas willing to
protect me- and the one who
prepared me for the future.
Thank you, C. H.S. for all you
have done and for the wonder.
ful memories. But overall,
thank you for CARING! 4.-

Vanessa Sobers















Living overseas I have met a
variety of people, ranging
from the Oriental to the
European cultures. I have seen ra
how different cultures react to
-Afjf different situations in life, all .
these reactions play a role in .
the way I handle my, own pro- .
blems m life.

Gene Taitano
















I remember my first day in
high school. I didn't know
many of the other kids, just
the ones I went to elementary
school with. Years hare passed,
and I have made man), new
friends at C.H.S. The unique
quality of C. H.S. is that special
welcome they give to everyone.

Robert Thompson Jr.

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Playing volleyball for Cristobal
was the most memorable expe-
rience for me. My position was
left bench and I was quite good
at it. I was the queen of the
Pine Busters; but that didn't
matter I had such a great time
being on the team, even
though, Ididn't play.
Kimberly Trimble


Coming back to Panama after
a long absence in the states, I
recognize, so well, the changes
that come with lime. and the
pleasures of achieving goals
and knowing special people.
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Looking back at the years, I
see that I really have accom-
plished a great deal from being
the carefree guy, to a good,
responsible band leader. Being
the leader of a band has made
me accept responsibility and
at the same time enjoy the
pleasures entailed in creating
music.
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I have been at C.H.S. for many
years; but even thought, I still
feel the friendship and warmth
everyone has towards each
other. The fun, the competi-
tions, and the challenge. I am
faced with everyday is the
greatest memory that I have of
C.H.S.
Kerry Leggett


For the last three years, C.H.S.
has meant good friends, good
times and new experience
which has made my years
here-A time to remember.


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When I first came to C.H.S.. I
had a problem with accepting
criticism, and authority y. Later,
I learned that the teachers were
here to help me deal with my
problems and prepare me for
the future. I'm very grateful
to all the teachers at C.H.S.,
the best school on the Isthmus.
Simeon Ellison

















Mr. & Ms. CHS
Tiernan Corrigan & Bernard Josephs
Alt. Michelle Jones & Gene Taitano


Most Likely To Succeed

Michelle Jones & Alan Smith
Alt. Jennifer Cowling & Paul DeMoney


Best Personality
Janina Mon & Gene Taitano
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Most Athletic
Rey Francis & Vanessa Sobers
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Best Dressed
Kerry Leggett & Kristi Bjorneby
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Wittiest
Michelle Boggs & Paul Wilkinson
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Gabriel Lamazares


Gerry Lancaster


Mary Lawrence


Alberto Lowinger


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Steven McMullin


SJavier Nepton


Anita Mazerolle


Maria McCoy


Dawn Mason


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Billie Jo Sabedra


Angelina Palumbo


Dina Roman


Elizabeth Thompson


Sheia Whit.y

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'George Patton


Bruce Richard-


Sandra Renno


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Cynthia Coykendall


Allen Sullivan


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Ivette Benitez


Paola Burac


.nagrale Aleare tvnAhot


Lloyd Callender Tamara Carter


Michelle Comfort


Gerald Corrigan


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Steven Ashworth


Derek Akers




















Christine Cortes


Vencent Dodge


Adonicio Hartley Henry Josephs


Daniel Gadrim


Raed Hachem


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Juan Lu


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Tanya Layne

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Jose Ng


Karen Rankin


Wilfred Richards Matthew Rigby Eric Seales
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Nathan Telleria


Hector Vega


Todhunter


Micaela Valdes


Edward Walton


Joseph Wyant


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Darrell Caiiamas


I Marc Boggs


Lilibeth Borsellino


Nannette Coffman


Emilia Coles


CLASS OFFICERS

President: Abraham Sabedra Vice President: Nicki Com ing

Treasurer: Darrell Cailamas Business Manager: Allison Hofi nan

Secretary: Christine Will


SGi
Gregory Gehringer


Esther Cowling


James Brown


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Dienneka Gorton


Wendy Giese


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Corey Grubbs George Jacobs


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Tamara Lawyer


Sean Leyland


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Michael Metcalf Christopher Parsons


Cathy McDaniel Alberto Mizrachi


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Miquil Medina


Mathuros Morgan


Isaac Nepton


Julio Pena-Santos


Anastatia Poison


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Brian Richards


Kasma Sobers Joseph Taitano


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Kenneth Stubbs


Heath Talhelm


Manuel Silva


Lisa Stults


Matthew Talhelm


Vittorio Rall


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Edward Walton


Richard Walker


Christine Will


Taher Adel Yaafar


Cheryl Williamson


Roel Walker


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Alan Austin.


Jenny Bonilla


Bery Benitez.


Harry Bilgray


Amy Cheung


Jodi Chiiholm


Cristina Coles


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:Cynthia Gosa


David Farrell


Jonathan Garcia


Nidal Hachem


Carlos Hem


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Jocelyn Borsellino


Launa Adams
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Monica Adams


Kevin Akers


Winston Chambers Payom Crawford


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Rebecca Bell


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Sean Flynn Richard Hargrove


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Jason Horton Rodney Kullander


Adam Grebinger


I Laura Handy


Donna Jaques


Armando KilBorn


Karen Kuster


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Angel Martinez


Giuliana Motta


Rita Mayani


Jennifer Lee


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Carey Perkins


Jennifer Rankin


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Thomas Parrott


Jenny Price


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Bonnie Ramirez


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William Stults


Jackie Williams


Rosemary Wehausen


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Howard E. Perkins
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Anne D. Gegg
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STAFF


Coral Adema
Nurse


SGT. Alfonso Coley
JROTC Instructor


David Cotton
Science


Bill Gansen Gerry Graver
Social Studies Vocational Education


)una Grubbs
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SGT. Ronald Heady
JROTC Instructor


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Randy Grubbs
Math & Comp. Science


Cossette Hawkins
Secretary


Phil Henry
Math Comp. Science


Steve Butler
Librarian


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Beverly Hoffman
English


Denise Leach
Resource/Reading


Rosalind Levy Regina Mack
Biology/Life Science Resource


Jacqueline Mardis Nina Miller
English Media Specialist


Rosella Mottern Bernadette O'Brien
Business Education Art


Luke Palumbo
Science/English


David Perez
P.E./Health


Gayle Rankin
P.E./Health


Edith Rozette
Special Education


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Pastor Sanchez
Spanish


Maritza Smith
Secretary


Steve Smith Dorothy Sullivan
Math English


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B ad/Geoghraphy


Donna Warner
Prescriptionist


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Deborah Wallace
Speech


Bill Will
Social Studies


Hallie Witcher
Math


Reidunn Petroni
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TIGER FOOTBALL '86


Frank Guerrero, Alex Valez, Michael Keith, Oscar Gallego, Frank Hoover, Corey Weddle, Middle Row: Coach Will,
Willie Soto, Coach Holly, Kim Trumble, Karen Rankin, Henry Josephs, Ronald Coleman, Scoot Chisholm, Bruce
Thompson, Rey Francis, Bernard Josephs, Andrew Adema, Felix Modestin, David Flynn, Kindra Rankin, Angelina
Palumbo, Coach Chaple, Coach Perez: Front Row: Gene Taitano, Ricky Walker, Sun-e Ellison, Terry Mardis, Adonicio
Hartly, Danny Velez, Tito Motto, Bruce Richards, Gerald Corrigan, Sam Fiol, Rudy Francis. Not Pictured: Dario
Dennis, Tito Lowinger.


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Janina Mon

During my free time, I enjoy listening
to pop music and sleeping. I also enjoy
going to the movies, especially come-
dies, and dances with friends. After
high school, my goals are graduating
from college, becoming the best
professional business woman possible,
and then I would like to get married
and have maybe two children.


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French Horn: Dinneka Gorton
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Juan Lu


Terry Mardis


Junior Iglesias


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Michelle Jones
Sean Leyland


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Brett Brown


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Left to right: Coach Grubbs, Alien Sullivan, George Patton, Corey Grubbs, Matt Rigby,
Gene Taitano, Daniel Gadrim, Brian Smith, Bernard Josephs, Tom Hanan, Manager:
Allison Hoffman.


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Back Row-Manager Bobby Lancaster, Angelina Palumbo, Kim Trumble,
Melissa deBoer, Allison Hoffman, Coach David Perez, Front Row-Kindra
Rankin, Jessica Layne, Karen Rankin.








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Coach Grubbs
Gerald Corrigan
Tito Lowinger
Paul DeMoney
Danny Velez
Henry Josephs
Frank Hoover
Bernard Josephs
Sean Leyland
Steve Arroyo
Michelle Jones
Janina Mon


Front Row
Tony Vega
Gregg Gehringer
Dario Dennis
Felix Modestin
Darrell Canamas
Rey Francis
Sam Fiol
Rudy Francis


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ECHO COMPANY


Steve Arroyo
Allen Austin
Paola Burac
Shandra Divina
Derick Facey
Juan Fiol
Samuel Fiol
Clint Gadrim
Daniel Gadrim
Paul Grebinger
Yiselika Hem
George Jacobs


David John
Olga Johnson
Jenny Kirkbridge
Ben Kotin
Kelly Lafnear
Gabriel Lamazares
Luz Lasater
Terry Mardis
Mario Martin
Mathuros Morgan
Julio Pena
Barbara Prather


Bobby Richards
Brian Richards
Manuel Silva
Wilhelm Soto
Michael Sullivan
Gene Taitano
Manuel Valdez
Roger Volski
Ricky Walker
Roel Walker
Corey Weddle
Joe Wyant


COMPANY COMMANDER
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Close-Up '87, which includes: Michelle
Jones, Gabriel Lamazarus, Dina Roman,
Gene Taitano, and Angelina Palumbo,
would like to thank the faculty and
students at CHS for their support dur-
ing our fund-raising. Our trip was a
success and would not have been pos-
sible without the perseverence and
time of our sponsor, Ms. Regina Mack.



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Captain B. G. Gewin
Captain A. E. Rainey
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CONGRA TULA TIONS

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From


Mr. Charles M. Renno Jr.


Mr. Howard E. Perkins


CONGRA TULA TIONS FROM
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Tel. 45-0933


COCO SOLO


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MONDAY FRIDAY
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Compliments of




INTERTRADE TRAVEL AGENCY, S. A.


P. O. Box 838
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CONGRATULATIONS


to the graduating class and especially
to Teirnen.


We love you Dad, Mom, & Gerrald.


Best wishes to our niece, Theirnan


and to the graduating class 1987.
Vincent, Penny, Darrel, and Dyonne Canamas


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CONIRATULATIO]


CLASS OF 1987

If your travels take you
to KOREA you will
L need to read


PAN MUNJ FACTS ABOUT THE K EAN DMZ
DMZ A ST Y OF THE PANMUNJOM XE MURDER
by M or Wayne A. Kirkbridge
Avail ble through
International Inc.
18 Donald Place
SElizabeth, New Jersey 07028


Cong lCongratulations to the Class of 1987 from
from
~ICongratulations to the Class of 1987 from
the yearbook staff THE FANTASTIC FRESHMAN CLASS.


season was fun, the Congratulations to the class of
iall team won because Our Best Wishes for a Happy Prosperous 87 and especially to my brother Congratulations and Good
your cheerleaders! Future. Congratulations to the Class of Frank. Luck to Gene Taitano from
ol Luck! Ms. Mack: 1987. Frank & Judy Hoover. Kelly Hoover Mom, Dad, and brothers.
leading Sponser

NGRATULATION & BEST WISHES TO
NESSA FROM ALL OF US MOM & DAD and Seniors: Go out now and reach
r sister Kasma MR. & MRS. R. GIBBS and for the stars you're sure to reach
SHAD Mr. & MRS. K. CRAIG MR. ROGELIO the moon. Best wishes Leonor Congratulations and Good Luck to the
SOBERS HAVE A POSITIVE, CHEERFUL Tasheiko. Class 1987 from David, Danny and Tito
IRT AND EXPRESS IT ALL TIMES.
T AND EXPRESS IT ALL TIM Lowinger. SEE YOU AT THE BEACH!

To my students:
KRISTI, I hope writing will always be a part of
CONGRATULATIONS: your Life's puirney, using the magic, challenge,
Sand pretty of words to look deeply within, to
LOVE DAD AND MOM get to know yourself and your God.
Congratulations to Michelle Jones, remember
to always hold your head up, set your goals,
CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to the 1987 and aim for the sky. If you should fall among
Close-Up. the stars, You're still on high ground.
to Paul Snyder from Dina, Angelina, Gabriel, Michelle, We love you, Dad, Mom, Grandma.
Dad, Mom, & Sister Pauline. and Gene.


appy graduation, Michelle. Congratulations to the Tiger Athelites at' Walid, we congratulate you, and we wish that
p gr you go ahead i your study to culmmate your
you're a Wonderful sister. We're CHS; to another Great Year! Go For It! pro giohead in your study to culminate your
professional career with success. Your Father
proud of you. Terry CHS Coaches and Brothers.
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