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DEDICATION


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The 1990 Caribbean was unanimously dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Grubbs because they are not only dedicated teachers, but are also committed to
excellence outside of school.
Mr. and Mrs. Grubbs met each other as sophomores at Kearney High School. They both attended William Jewel College in Missouri. Mr. Grubbs
majored in Math and Physical Education and played college football. Mrs. Grubbs majored in Music at William Jewel College, and then transferred to
the University of Alabama and majored in Home Economics. Mrs. Grubbs enjoyed singing in the Glee Club and performing in various plays.
Now at C.H.S., they not only keep busy as teachers, but as parents. They have two sons, Corey and Kent. Corey is a senior this year and has been
involved in the Ocean to Ocean Cayuco Race, tennis and volleyball. Kent is in the 8th grade and is involved in tennis, heavyweight football, and
enjoys playing in the band. Kent was also voted as the 7th grade class favorite last year. Mr. Grubbs is very active in coaching and refereeing, while
Mrs. Grubbs is very active with coordinating yearbook sales and not only supporting her kids sports, but every sport held at C.H.S.
These two teachers really add to C.H.S. with their wonderful teaching and just plain kindness to all students.
-Beverly Teal
2 THANKS FOR EVERYTHING! -Allison Hoffman





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Hall. Lili, Joce and Todd take advantage
of an unusual sunny day during the rainy
season.








During lunch. Jesse. Christine and Lili
get in their last minute studying
time for their 1984 essay test.

Shown replenishes his Vitamin C as
Adel. Ariel and Coach Elliott watch
the excited fans run onto the field.





















Most students study on weekdays,
but weekends are times for swim-
ming and snorkeling.








Honorine, Sharon. Mari, Sonya, Ivi and Kathy came to
cheer the Tigers on to victory, but instead, they are eating
their way to victory.
Jennifer, Carmen and Tania catch up with the latest gos-
sip.
Does it get any better than this?


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Gio gives Gianno a little "brotherly" advice.
8th grader. Jennifer, assists the Senior Class President, Tricia, with the
cotton candy fundraiser.


Coaches Elliott and Will ignore the injured players as referee
Hoffman assures the coaches that he is in charge.


Lena and Tanya relax before the long bus ride back to Ft. Sherman.
"Girls just wanna' have fun!!"


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SPI Sitting from L to R: Anthony
Leleaux, Aiberto Mizarachi.
1st row: Manuel Love, Javier
Santamoria. Lissette Mool-
chan, Dig Gorton, Cathy
McDaniel, Darrell Canamas,
C rystal Klein. 2nd row: Paul
Fi Pederson, Tamara Lawyer,
S I Jimmy Brown, Eddie Curtis, Lili
Borsellino, Karen Kirby. Nancy
Tiblier. 3rd row: Stella Wal-
lace, Ariel Keith, Kasma
Sobers, Erika King. Jesse
a Dawson, Julie Steele, Marc
Boggs.















This picture was taken at Coco Solo Elementary
School. These 6th graders are now seniors. Can
you identify Tricia Hanan, Corey Grubbs, Ken-
neth Gillespie, Greg Gehringer. Allison Hoffman
and Gio Feoli?


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CHS prepares for combat!


Angel. what
are you up
to?


Lane, why look through that catalog when you have the
Army and Air Force Exchange Service catalog?


William Price obeys Mr. Renno's orders to get
study materials during PML DELTA.







We've got spirit yes we do, we've got spirit how
'bout you?


Are Wendy and Adrianne smiling because of happiness or frustration, while
they attempt to be successful homemakers?


Ian waits patiently to check-out films at the Davis Shoppette.

James pauses before plunging into the cool pool.


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Jennifer and Gianno beg for money to support CHS.

Making eyes at the guys again, Kasma?

Who says that JROTC is all work and no play?

Cathy, Lisa, Dyonne and the dangerous driver Adrianne,
cruise to the beach in the VW.


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Bryan, Shown and Todd have different ways of coping with stress.


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Team members exhibit their heightened spirit during the
Jamboree pep rally.
Tiffany. Jamie and Maria practice good etiquette during
home economics.


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Steve O.Neal is content now that Anth-
ony's pizza has arrived on the Atlantic
Side.

Are these junior high students afraid that
they will never see land again?


Wendy and George catch up on Mrs. Hoffman's English assignment during
the evacuation.


Joce gives a roar of confidence as Roland
looks on with amusement.



























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The hardworking CHS Varsity Cheerleaders, always full of
spunk and full of smiles.
Don't worry. Tigers are happy!


TE SPIR IT OF JAMBOREE. .


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The 1989 jamboree, with the bursting spirit and strong support of football
players, coaches, cheerleaders, and loyal fans, was a huge success de-
spite the threat of cancellation due to PML Charlie. The last quarter was
Cristobal's victory against Red Machine. Greg Gehringer, #27, scored the
winning touchdown and led CHS to a 6-0 victory.
Jamboree not only provided a social event for CHS, and the community,
but also for the proud and ready U.S. Military forces residing within the great
walls of CHS. This years Jamboree will be held dear in the hearts of all who
attended. It will be an especially warm memory for senior football players,
cheerleaders, and our Jamboree Queen, Lilibeth Borsellino, who were all a
special part of this annual Golden Tradition.
-Yecencia N. Dawson
Activities Editor


Loyal CHS fans wait in anticipation for the winning touch-
down.
The mighty defense attacks the Bulldog quarterback.
Jamboree Queen. Lili Borsellino, a senior at CHS, enjoys
spending time with her family and friends. Her hobbies are
reading, ^rr,,r. and hanging out with friends. Lili's future
plans are to attend college in Florida and major in busi-
ness.























There is tension, anxiousness, and motivation in the air as the mighty CHS Tigers take the field at Jamboree.
Kent and Shannon happily watch the Tigers beat
the Red Machine.


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The 40th annual Jamboree was dedi-
cated to the spirited Nina Miller. Is she a
Tiger, or is she a Tiger?
Spirited JoAnna Reynolds reaches higher
for the blue and gold.
The sophomore class won the "beat up
your opponent" contest at the pep rally
as they showed the students what hap-
pens to the Red Machine when the Tigers
are through with them,


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The Student Association (SA) is made up of
the SA officers and class representatives
working hard to accomplish several goals. \
The officers are selected to voice the views
of the whole student body. The officers and L
representatives produce jamboree, pow-
der puff, and homecoming, as well as, -. .
keeping track of fundraisers throughout the .
school. This year there were many changes
and improvements in CHS making it onward
to excellence. .

Kasma Sobers :
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Standing: Pepper Grimmett. Dyonne Canamas, Lisa Vega, Christine Will, Adrianne Holmes,
Jesse Dawson, Paul Pedersen, Todd Cranor, Sponsor, Corinne Weidenthal. Kneeling: Laura
Kraemer. Jamie Pritts, Jennifer Eckel. John Sangiovanni, Ricky Walker












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President Christine Will gives
her vote for PEACE!
SA OFFICERS: President,
Christine Will, Secretary, Jes-
se Dawson, Treasurer.
Adrianne Holmes, Vice-Presi-
dent, Ricky Walker
Treasurer Adrianne Holmes
and representative Dyonne
Canamas know that selling
coca cola is a big money
maker during Jamboree.
Secretary Jesse Dawson
shows her support for the
football team before they
get ready for the 40th annu-
al Jamboree game.








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Echo Company (L to R): Ricky Walker, Reel Walker, Manuel Valdes, Kasma Sobers, Nathan
Gillespie, Damaris Arcia, Tarvois Woods, Angel Figueroa, Gloria Livingston, Ariel Keith, Daniel
Bonilla, Steve O'Neal, Angel Keith, Russell Paine, John Sangiovanni, Kevin Pantoja, Shawn Fritz,
Cesar Rincon, Andres Flores. Francisco Burac, SAI: SFC Crumpler, Al: SSG Sanchez


JROTC

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The first JROTC mission is to motivate young
people to become better Americans. This is
done by teaching courses that emphasize de-
velopment of leadership qualities such as initia-
tive, discipline, courage, and responsibility. This
program also has activities which challenge
strength and courage. These activities include
airborne and waterborne orientation. Finally,
JROTC is a program which demands excel-
lence from all of the cadets.


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Staff Members: Company Commander, ILT Ricky Walker:
ISG. MSG Manuel Valdes; Supply NCO. CPL Ariel Keith; SP
NCO, CPL Kevin Pantoja; Admin NCO, SSG Kasma Sobers;
X.O. 1SG Roel Walker. (Not pictured Training NCO, SSG
Jessica Layne.
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Bushmaster: It is a group of courageous cadets looking for a physical challenge. Go for it!


Drill Team: Front row (L to R): Ricky Walker, Shown Fritz Back row (L to R): Roel Walker, Manuel
Valdes. Ariel Keith, Kevin Pantoja


Color Guard: Attention! Now, Smile!!


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CARIBBEAN CTAFF

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This past year has been a year to remember; the major
event of the year being Operation Just Cause and the final
capture of the merciless Noriega. Since "Just Cause" hap-
pened December 20th, five days from Christmas, the sea-
son was not as cheerful with all the fighting and dying.
Christmas vacation lasted a month instead of the normal
two weeks, and with no final exams, the staff was ready
and relaxed to work on the yearbook. But "Just Cause" set
our deadlines back, so that we could only skim by with
getting our yearbooks out in June, instead of the pre-
planned date of May.

It was an especially hard year to keep the staff in an
enthusiastic mood. But I would like to thank the staff for
doing their best to get deadlines in on time. I would also like
to thank Mr. Wright for being patient and spending many
hours in the darkroom developing all those pictures for the
yearbook. Also, I would like to thank the yearbook advisor,
Ms. Lancaster, for helping me out so many times. Calling the
photographer to find out where the senior pictures were,
and sometimes, even finding out where the photographer
was!, and for hanging in there, even when times were
rough.

Through all of this, Allison and I have survived! This year was
definitely an exciting one, especially since I am a senior. I
look forward to college and the opportunities that await
me. Future, here we come!


Putting a yearbook together is very hard work, not to mel
tion hectic. I will never forget the time when Ms. Lancasti
and I went to Ft. Davis to get pizza, drop off film, and the
return to school by 3:30 to work on a yearbook deadline.
did not turn out that way. On our way back, Ms. Lancaster
car broke down and we returned to school at 4 30 wi
cold pizza, hot sodas, and a yearbook deadline to face
Not only was the yearbook staff busy throughout the yec
but other people who contributed were also busy. I persor
ally want to thank Mr. Wright for those numerous hou
spent in the dark room. It seemed like if I asked him for th
pictures, he would nod and say, "Allison, do you reali2
what hard work developing pictures is," and then he wou
give me a synopsis of his weekend and he would never
leave out his golf games with my dad. When Mr. Wright hc
developed the pictures, he would not just give them to rr
but he would also give me a lecture on how to develc
pictures. If you ever have had Mr. Wright in class, you kno
how much he likes to tell stories. Mr. Wright is a great guy 1
have around. Thanks for all your hard work.
I also want to thank Mrs. Grubbs and Mrs. Will for getting tt
ads necessary to pay for the yearbook. Ads are touC
enough to get, but they also had to deal with the ca;
problem due to the political situation.
I want to thank Ms. Lancaster for all of her help. She was ni
a sideline sponsor, but rather, she was always part of tt
action. When we were all frustrated and stressed out, st
was always there to alleviate the pressures of a yearboc
deadline. Even though this yearbook will be in the sunset
my past, Ms. Lancaster's kindness and inspiration will alwa
be a part of the dawn of my future.
-Allison Hoffmc
Assistant Edit


-Tamara Lawyer
Editor


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Fundraising is an important aspect of being a yearbook advisor. Ms. Lan-
caster contributes her fast food, hamburger flipping, expertise as she
works in the concession stand to raise money during Homecoming.





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(L to R): Adrianne Holmes, Bev Teal, Jesse Dawson, Advisor
Leigh Ann Lancaster, Emilia Coles, Stacie Poison, Allison Hoff-
man, Lena Eldridge, Lili Borsellino, Tricia Hanan, Kasma Sobers,
Tamara Lawyer, Jodi Chisolm, Kevin Akers


Cathy McDaniel teases Emilia Coles who is taking a break from the pressure of deadlines.

Yearbook photographer, Kevin Akers, pauses to change film before he goes back to work.


Jennifer Eckel listens to Joce Borsellino's idea about the "Just Cause"
section.
Allison Hoffman helps Bev Teal line up the copysheet to type the tennis
page.































Three of CHS's most spirited: Ariel Keith, Ms. Wei-
denthal, and Jesus Tejeira on Hippie Day.


HOMECOMNIGI

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It has been years since CHS has won its
homecoming game. This Tiger victory
certainly will be one occasion to re-
member. Tigers gave Cougars their
only loss as CHS finished the game 20-
13. The scorers for the exciting event,
with the teams help, were Greg Geh-
ringer, Bryan Richardson and Darrell
Canamas. As the team, fans, and
cheerleaders, pulled tightly together,
a Tiger dream was made a reality. At
the end of the tear-jerking game, stu-
dents, players, cheerleaders, coaches,
and parents cheering and celebrating,
proceeded into the school, rocking it
with echoes of happiness. Without a
doubt, that Panama night and winning
season shall forever remain etched in
our hearts as a glorious "Moment in
Time." ... The victory bell, endlessly,
rings yet ...


Pre-homecoming clownin' around!


Homecoming Court: Wendy. Allison, Jesse, Chris, Lili, READY TO HAVE FUN!! All smiles from the Homecoming Court and their escorts at the pep rail


Queen
Christine Will
and her
escorts. Darrell
Canamas and
Gio Feoli, at
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Homecoming
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mourning freshmen on the day "Cristobal High buried Cougar Pride .."


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"LOVE NOT WAR"

The sophomore class with "here lies our Cougar departed ..."


Our most
memorable
"Moment in
Time." our
three-second
touchdown
against PCC
Devils.


Little kids day, Mrs. Hoffman and her World Lit. Brats.









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Ever since we were first initiated with over-
whelming happiness and joyful tears in our
eyes, being National Honor Society mem-
bers has been a great experience for all of
us. Ricky Walker became the president of
NHS, Kasma Sobers, vice president, Lili Bor-
sellino, secretary, Tamara Laywer, treasur-
er, and Christine Will, became our historian.
Selling empanadas became priority number
one when we needed the money to pay for
extra NHS pins, sashes, and even to pay for
the glass dish Christine broke, ... acciden-
tally, of course! Overall, this year has been a
good one and it's been an honor for us to
be NHS members.








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Mrs Gegg. Tricia, and Ricky discuss plans for the spring initiation.

Secretary, Lili, reads the scholarship meaning of NHS.


Front Row (L to R): Picky Walker. Cnristire Will Tamara Lawyer. Jesse Dawson. Lili Borsellino Bac
Row (L to R): Kasma Sooers. Trcia Hanon Tocd Cranor. Darrell Canamas Corev Grubbs Alliso
Hoffman
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Mr Renno swears in new members Corey. Toad and Darrell

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CLOz-UP


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Lili Borsellino, Allison Hoffman and Bev Teal,
were selected to represent CHS in Washing-
ton, D.C. for the Close-Up program. Close-
Up is when high school students from all
around the world get together and get a
"close-up" look at the workings of the U.S.
Government. The Close-Up participants
worked diligently to raise the money neces-
sary to fund the trip. Their biggest fund rais-
ers were the Parade of Homes held in De-
cember and the Super Bingo held in March.
With the help of their sponsor, Mrs. Rozett,
and the community, they were able to
reach their goal.


a Capital building in Washington, D.C. is a frequent stop for the Close-Up participants.


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Mrs. Cranor and Mrs. Rigby support Close-Up during the Christmas Parade of
Homes.
Bev Teal takes her knowledge of Central and South America to Washington, D.C.


Close-up participants Lili and Allison listen to a discussion on politics in the U.S.


Sponsor, Mrs. Roz-tt counts bingo tickets for the fun-
draiser.





CHRISTMAS

FORMAL


This year the 1989 Christmas Formal with the
theme, "Victorian Romance" was a special
treat for everyone who attended. Diligent
work of senior sponsor Beverly Hoffman, and
several "elves" within the Atlantic commu-
nity, enabled the students of CHS to enjoy a
beautiful Panama night in the new disco
room at the Tarpon Club.
Not only was it a night to dance, eat, and
be merry, but it was also a night to ex-
change gifts, receive awards, and make
special memories that could only be made
in a place as enchanting as Panama.
The Senior class of 1990 did work very hard
to raise the funds to make this Victorian
Romance a night for everyone to remem-
ber. Without question, Mrs. Hoffman and the
"elves" deserve a lot of credit. If it were not
for their irreplaceable care and interest, the
Christmas Formal would not have been half
the success it was. The Class of 1990 and
the rest of the CHS student body extend a
warm thank you to all who gave a helping
hand.
-Yecenia Dawson
Activities Editor


Christmas spirit fills the night as students sing, dance, and ask Santa for what their littlehea
desire.


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Allison Hoffman is happy to be a part of this special
night
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Stacie, Cathy, Tamara, Tricia and Emilia, unite for Senior's Night Out.


Santa's "elves" spread Christmas cheer with beautiful music.


'reg Gehringer and Deborah Rabago tango in the new disco room at the
arpon Club.


The fun-loving
population of
CHS, dancing
to the sounds
of Marbella
Stereo.


Christine Will
and Darrell
Canamas
accept Mr.
and Ms. CHS
awards.


Santa greets the good boys and girls of CHS.







CAYUCO FRENZY


Pepots Begun EwS4

Adrenaline has been pumping throughout
Cayuco participants bodies ever since they
got the final word that the race was going
to be held. There were questions raised
about canceling or postponing this popular
event due to the PML status. Since then,
crews have been practicing hard everyday
and doing repairs from screwing in foot
pegs to reshaping the bow of the boat. This
year's race will be held April 6, 7, and 8. This
race will be exciting because the Atlantic
Side is well represented.







The Command Performance, the Atlantic Side hopeful,
begins making repairs early in March.


Isn't something odd here? Look to the left, isn't that the
front of the boat on the ground.

Having problems girls?

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tions away during their routine practice in the lake.


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Runners-up for Best Sense of Humor
Greg Gehringer and Wendy Giese


Runners-up for Mr. and Mrs. CHS
Ricky Walker and Allison Hoffman (Not pic. Wendy Giese)


















As Junior Class President, this year was difficult as far as interruptions were concerned We got otn to a good start. but as the problems
increased, our money-raising decreased.

Snowcones "Panama-style" were a huge success at Jamboree thanks to certain people Bryan Richrarason. Cnrstrna Coles and Mrs
Rozett. our sponsor. Orders were numerous for the snowcones were delicious Our bake sale drew a large crowd of hungry CuSTomers
waiting to bite into wonderfully made rice krispie treats, brownies, cnocolate cake and cupcakes Trianks Bakers"

Homecoming was a little shaky due to the unsure date of the actual edent but Our noil looked great I d like to thank Jodi Cnisolri ana
Shawn McCracken for working hard and getting it done.

Our biggest goal of our junior year is to put on a great Prom for our 1-W0 ceniors Tr,,s goal was accomrrplr.ea in grana fasnor, and will be
remembered forever.
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Class Officers: L to R: Jodi Chisolm. Secretary; Shawn McCracken, Vice
President: Vicki Seeley, Treasurer. Bev Teal, President


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Berly Benitez


Daniel Bonilla


William Carter


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Jenny refuses to listen to any apologies Ralph may have.


Even though the football players are tired. Deborah's enthusiasm continues.


Rafael Galarza Nidal Hachem


Adrianne Holmes


James Howell


Zoila Hudson


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Erik Jimenez


Jessico Layne


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Don't look sad. You still have a chance to buy your spirit cup.


Shawn McCracken


Henry Medina Ponell Millar Lutcia Pedersen


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After winning the Homecoming game. Billy C irter and Shown
McCracken aro ready to celebrate the win at the Homecoming
Dance at the Elks Club.


Junior, Erik Jimenez. and sophomore, Anna Pedersen, look
like they should be on Star Search with their rhythmic
moves.


Vicki and Adrianne do not feel sorry for the injured player














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Lisa Vega


3, Vicki, and Jennifer are proud of their bulletin board, but Erik wants one more item.


Jennifer Vincent


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e you two going to take on the challenge of eating a whole pizza by yourselves! Tammy
Dks ready, but does Kasma?


During the Chrstmas formal, Jennifer and Cookie decide
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Vicki Seeley


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The Class of 1992 is coming closer to an endless dream, graduation They now have spirit
to add to the list of class qualities Throughout the year, their spirit has been soaring As a
whole, the Sophomores have contributed their talents to make CHS the great school
that it is All the way from the gloomy Hallway of Mourning and the hearse for their
Homecoming float, to winning the poster contest at a pep rally Each and every one of
the Sophomores are Spirited Individuals and many years from now we will look back at
the Sophomore year, and smile, and cherish the memories.

-Adrianne Holmes
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Armando KIborn


Dvwavne McNlea


Mike Leota


Rita Mayan,


Caroline McDonald


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AnoDella Peaersen


Lane Perkins


Mike PFerry


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:aroline is confident that she will ace the test.


) Carrie is trying to sneak a bite to eat during the game.

Launa and Yecenia are shocked by the announcement of
DELTA!


Yecenia Sanchez


Carrie Singer


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Jenny Price


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This year, Jon Lu was picked class favorite for the first time and Kathy
Dawson was elected by class vote also, for the second consecutive
year. Jon's favorite hobbies are basketball, girls, and being with his
friends. His most important accomplishment as a freshman was
achieving a varsity letter in basketball. Five years from now he sees
himself as more independent and mature and plans to be seeking a
career in medicine. He says. "It is a great privilege to have been
chosen class favorite."

Kathy Dawson's favorite hobbies are listening to her mother and her
aunt talk about the good old days and spending Sunday afternoons
with her baby cousin. Menlinda. Five years from now she sees herself
taking life more seriously. She plans to attend an art school and after
that attend beauty school Her biggest accomplishment this year
was becoming more responsible and setting her goals for the future
as far as her career and education. Her feelings about being chosen
for the second consecutive year: "I am honored. I'm happy that my
classmates feel they can talk to me whenever they need someone
to listen, and when they feel like laughing and goofing off, I'm there
to accompany them too."


Kathy Dawson as the Joker and Mari Rodriguez as Batman show that "the Joke is on the
Cougar's during the Homecoming parade.


Class Officers: L to R: Deborah Price, Treasurer; JoAnna Reyr
olds, Secretary; Lori Vega, Vice-President, Kathy Daw'sor
President


This year has been a very successful one for the Freshmen Class, especially spirit wise. They won an endless number of
spirit competitions which took a lot of hard work and dedication. They had a very successful Valentine's dance at the
Elks Club. Kathy Dawson, president, feels that "our most successful win was for the Homecoming spirit week and parade
as "Batman-The Joke's on the Cougars." Sponsor Troy Oliver, stated that he had a lot of fun working with this terrific
50 group of students.















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Damaris Arcia


Christina Bannerman


Ruth Benitez


Carmelo Blanquicett


Francisco Burac lan Buxton Dyonne Canamas


Tania Chinasing Heather Craig Ivan Evans
Jon Lu shows how he earned his varsity basketball letter,



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JoAnna Reynolds displays her flexibility during a pep assembly.
Freshmen shake, rattle and roll during a spirit contest


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Omiros Diamantis


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Artonio Mock Cheung


Gianno Feoli


Tufik Issa


Ivi Keith


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Jessica Romero


Deborah Price
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Christopher Slater


"It's a Beautiful day in the Neighborhood"


)onsor, Troy Oliver, discusses the items which need to be accomplished before the Valentine's
once can take place. The dance was a huge success.


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CLASS FAVORITES: Marc Johnson enjoys play-
ing basketball and hanging around with his
friends. Tiffany Fifer enjoys skating and watch-
ing her favorite programs on T.V. They both
hope that the troubles in Panama will soon be
over.


Laila Abadi


Namyanba Avila


Class Officers: (L to R) Marc Johnson, President; Sharon May, Secretary;
Maria Galarza, Treasurer; Jennifer Light, Vice-President

The eighth graders have had many activities this year. They have had
several bake sales, sold Valentine grams, and participated in Homecom-
ing. President Marc Johnson hopes that the class will have the opportuni-
ty to be together next year.


Frederick Burke


Shani Burke


Charles Craig


Titfany, Fier


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Andres Flores


Maria Galarza


Laura Kraemer


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Sonya and Honorine show that they "SUR-
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Laura Kraemer ponders her selection of classes for her freshman
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Laura Kraemer ponders her selection of classes for her freshman
year. Maria and Laurie help the DJ select tunes, to keep the dance rolling.
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screams Debbie as tennis pro
Jennifer looks on with amuse-
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Manuel Portes Sandra Rodriguez Alexander Ross


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Migaalia Ruiz


Jennifer is happy to see the dance a success.
Freddy looks like he is trying to get away with
something and Derek wonders what he is up to.


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John Sangiovanni


Derek Smith


Shannon Ternes


Jennifer Toler


Joshua Vincent


"I get the joke" laughs Tiffany to her friends.


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Mari and Russell pause to admire the decorations.


osoyla and Esmeralda watch with amazement as the helicopters and
lanes circle overhead during the LCM evacuation.


Tammy and Shani could not decide between Burger King and McDonalds, so
they got both. If you are traveling to the Pacific side you have to take
advantage of fast food while you're over there!!


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The Class of 1995 has had to face many new horizons this
year. The challenge of adjusting to a high school after
elementary is often a stressful time Of course there was
the change in the lunch schedules, political problems in
Panama, changing classes from one end of the school to
the other to name a few This class adjusted well and
participated in all of the pep rallies. homecoming. with
the theme Freddy on Cougar Street' and even helped
the yearbook sell in the concession stand In addition, the
Class of '95 will be excellent leaders by their outstanding
participation in the Choose to Lead program Ms Leigh
Ann Lancaster. sponsor, stated that she "really had fun
working with this class They kept me on my toes'


Pepper Grimmett and Kenneth Martin were chosen Class
Favorites of the seventh grade class Pepper's favorite
sport is soccer and her hobble is to go swimming at the
Gulick pool Pepper also enjoys being with her friends and
will miss the friends she has made at CHS Kenneth has a
wide variety of interests including bike riding, going to
the beach running playing Nintendo and hanging out
with his friends Kenneth really loves Panama and all of
the places he has visited while living here


Ricky Alvarez Robert Brooks


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Valerie Clarke


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Cr,ern Granarni Treasurer


Butch Cochran


Tamara Flake


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James Grady Stepnen Graham


Luis Galarza Thayona Gipson


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Pepper Grimmett


Monifa Jones


Timothy Lassiter


Leslie Lopez


Kenneth Martin


Velasquez Mauge


David Miller


Gary Myers


Ashley O'Neal Sandra Pagan


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The seventh graders rally together at the
Homecoming dance.

Greg Williams ponders the challenges which
lie ahead, as he participates in the LCM
evacuation in September


Seventh grader Katrina Flores is the object of Dan
Howell's teasing, a favorite pastime among upper-
classmen.


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Each year in DODDS is exciting and interesting, but the 1989-1990 school year has been exceptionally different.
Flexibility has been the "buzz word" of the year as teachers united to make the students the number one priority, in
spite of the rumor mill, worst case scenarios, and the PML restrictions. Memorable highlights of the year were the "walk
the dinosaur" dance at a pep rally, homecoming, the once a month brunches, and the Christmas gathering given by
the administration.
As this faculty transfers to other regions, retires, or remains in Panama, they will always remember this emotional
rollercoaster as a lesson in "Survival".
' Teachers report to work on August 21. 1989. to find 200 7th Infan- giving up lunch, and listening to endless reports.
try Light Division troops from Fort Ord, California, stationed on the
third floor of CHS. '' Will SPORTS be cancelled, postponed, or a new plan developed?
*** Helicopters. HUMMWVs, and tanks become common sights and *** CHS will CLOSE at the end of the 1989-1990 school year so start
sounds outside our classrooms. planning on close-out programs.
." The change of PML Charlie-Will the Jamboree be held, if not, what "' Will we have water and/or air conditioning at school or in our
do we do with all of the hamburgers? homes?
"' RUMOR #1-School will close in January. *' How many students will be in our classrooms next week?
"* The LCM Evacuation-How many teachers get a boat ride during "' RUMOR #50-There will be no school on the Atlantic Side next year.
the school day?
' FREE RENT taken away and given back.
' The arrival of General Maxwell Thurman!!
S* Break, Brunch. Lunch?
"* PML DELTA after the failed coup attempt, right before the Colum-
bus day holiday, and the start of the "blue routes". ** OPERATION JUST CAUSE AND PML ECHO-Some of us "survived" in
the states. Costa Rica. Germany, on our knees peering out of the
*' Thank goodness the BEACH is on the BLUE LINE even though Coco window, or hiding in the closet.
Solo Hospital is not!!
"* Listening to war stories as we waited for the Army to let schools
"' CURFEW of 11:00 p.m.-Does PML really stand for "Pretty Miserable reopen. We finally did start back on January 16. 1990.
Life?"
"* Were our Christmas presents in the four crates of mail that were
*** The new troops arrive and the barbed wire around the school gets blown up during the invasion?
higher and higher as the access area get smaller and smaller.
" CHS will remain OPEN next year, so decide whether to pull your
"* The CAR BOMB SEARCHES-Where will we be parking today when transfer papers.
we get to work?
S* Do the teachers still retain the PRIORITY ONE TRANSFER status?
*.. It is NOT a RUMOR ... "WORST CASE SCENARIO" ... get ready to
be RIF'd. If everything is returning to normal, why are we still on PML DELTA?
"* The CANCELLATION of NCA after arriving to work at 7 00 a.m.. ... At least the CURFEW is MIDNIGHT!!




























The faculty and staff of CHS exhibit a variety of T-shirts produced in support of Operation Just Cause, Dec. 20, 1989.















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Assistant Principal, Howard Perkins, and counselor & AnneGegg orientate mte se .entn graders
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Health/Science


Edwin Cobham
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Ms Lancaster and Ms. Weidenthal did not realize that this familiar weapon, the Vulcan, seen every
day in front of the gym, would be used to blow-up the PDF Marina next door to CHS, during
Operation Just Cause.
A graduate of Balboa High School, Mr. Oliver shows he is now a true CHS TIGER!


Coral Adema
Nurse


Ricnard Eiott
Gym/HiStory


Anne Gegg
Counselor

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Shop teacher, Mr. Willoughby, enjoys the boat ride during the LCM evacua-
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Donna Grubbs
Home Economics


Randall Grubbs
Gym/Mathematics


Cosette Hawkins
Secretary


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English Spanish English


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Special Education


Ann Heatherman
English/Social Studies


Karen Hiller
Ed. Prescriptionist


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Secretary


Troy Oliver
Mathematics


A memorable highlight of the year for students and
faculty was the "walk the dinosaur" dance per-
formed at a pep rally. Yes, these teachers are sup-
posed to be doing the same dance step!!




ROTC instructor. Srgt. Crumpler. and Tito Valdes, discuss the latest dance
moves.

Mr. Perkins radios Mr. Wills' advice to Mr. Renno, during the LCM evacuation.


Luke Palumbo
Science


Howard Perkins
Assistant Principal


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Physical Educati.on


Frank NWlliams
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Corinne Weidenthal
Special Education


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Argelis Rivas relaxes with a game of ping-pong after working with the
P.E students.


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The Tigers came through this year with a 5 and 3
record of wins to losses not equaled since 1972. Tiger
fans were especially proud of the football team this
year as they piled into the stadium game after game.
Since G.l.'s were stationed at Cristobal High this year,
the team had added spirit from the stands. Led by
Coaches Elliot and Will, and by quarterback Shawn
McCracken, the Tigers fought, scratched, and clawed
their way to victory. This football season was very
unusual due to light failure at the very first home
game, and the possibility of the season being can-
celled due to PML Delta and the curfew. The football
team put all the distractions behind them and kept up
their motivation and team spirit to come out on top.
The highlight of the season was the last game, Home-
coming, which our Tigers upset the undefeated Cou-
gars 20-13. What a great way to end the history of
CHS football at Tiger Stadium!






















Miquel Medina holds the ball, as Bryan Richard-
son practices his form in anticipation of the kick-
off.




Front row (L to R): Cookie Evans, Roel Walker,
Rafael Galarza, Ricky Walker, Miquel Medina,
Greg Gehringer, Shawn McCracken, Tito Thom-
as. Dan Howell, Robert Figueroa. Second row (L
to R): Vern Acevedo, Johnny Redmond, Bruce
Thompson, Corey Grubbs, Bryan Richardson, An-
gel Keith, Darrell Canamas, James Howell, Billy
Carter, lan Buxton. Back Row (L to R): Managers,
Jennifer Vincent. Carrie Singer. Shelly Peck, Paul
Pedersen. Jimmy Brown, Gio Feoli, Ziad Yafoar.
Manager Todd Cranor. Manager Jesus Tejiera,
Coach Richard Elliot





Dan Howell takes a break to watch his teammates practice.


The defense gets set to prevent a first down.


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Shawn McCracken gets the student body and teammates in
the spirit for the big game, and proves that he can sing, as
well as quarterback.


Coach Elliot tries to give a halftime pep talk, but with the
team winning, they are not interested.


Bryan Richardson takes the pitch from quarterback Shown
McCracken and heads toward the end zone.


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All-isthmian player. Allison Hoffman. shows grace and agility as she pushes the
ball towards the basket.


Front row (L to R): Beverly Teal. Deborah Price, Christine Will. Lili Borsellino, Dig
Gorton. Back row: (L to R): Assistant coach, Rico, Coach Gayle Rankin, Jodi
Chisolm. Tammy Williams, Kasma Sobers, Jessica Layne, Allison Hoffman, Kathy
Dawson, Jenny Price, Lisa Vega.


Rookie player of the year. Jenny Price, dribbles down the court to score two
points

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Fw& Poijdt aAM Make



The 1989 CHS Girl's basketball team had an-
other undefeated season for the third year
since 1985. The twin towers Allison Hoffman
and Jessica Layne were rebounding powers
and Jessica Layne were rebounding powers
and marksmen at the hoop, while Dig Gorton
helped keep the Tigers ahead with her power-
house layups. The Tigers were led by coaches
Gayle Rankin and Rico Atherly. The Tigers all
worked hard and pulled together to make this
a winning season for the fifth year in a row. In
addition, to top off the year, the Lady Tigers
won the tournament for the first time since its
inception five years ago.


e basketball team gathers around Coach Rankin at the "High Five" party to look at the
'apbook of memories.


Jodi Chisolm takes her defensive stance against the Cougars.

Christine Will battles the floor for control of the ball.


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Dig Gorton, Allison Hoffman and two Devils, get set to battle for control of
the basketball.
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BOYS TENNIS

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Unfortunately, this year's boys tennis season was also
cut short due to Operation Just Cause. Our boys only
got to play three matches and even though they lost
all three, the spirit remained. This was a small, yet
diligent and committed team of ambitious, young
men. Coach Grubbs kept up the fighting spirit along
with super managers, Christine Will and Tricia Hanan. I
guess you'll just have to get them next year, guys!
Good luck!


L to R): Coach Grubbs. Tricia Hanan, Mequil Medina, Kalid Saker. Shown Fritz, Kenneth
alumbo, Kent Grubbs, Carmelo Blanquicett, Christine Will Not pictured: Angel Figueroa, Ariel
Keith. Shannon Ternes


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GIRLS TEIV/NI


A Cowpe&e SLeamos


This was a tough fighting season for our ferocious fight-
ing girls. They ended up as 3 and 5 for the kind of
disappointing season. I guess these girls were used to
being undefeated, and why not? The tournament is
yet to come and the team predicts strong competi-
tion in the doubles bracket. It was great having two,
wonderful coaches, Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Oliver be-
cause that individual attention was there. What a
team!
















Front row (L to R); Carrie Singer, Debbie Price, Christine Will, Bev Teal,
Tamara Lawyer, Jennifer Light, Back row (L to R): Mrs. Hoffman,
Lutcia Pedersen, Jessica Layne, Allison Hoffman, Danielle Tesch, Jen-
nifer Rankin, Lori Vega, Kasma Sobers, Mr. Oliver


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Watch the double space, Jennifer!


That wicked backhand!


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GIRLS SOCCER

A New, Yet Sma 4oit


This was the first year for a girls soccer team and even
though the season was cut in half, it was successful
with two wins and two ties. We feel this is due to the
great coaching of Coach Oliver and Mr. Rigby, but
with great coaching, comes a great team of an ag-
gressive, attacking offense, an impenetrable defense,
goalies like walls, and a ready and willing bench. The
bruised legs, taped ankles, and pulled muscles were
forgotten in the mental intensity and physical drive of
maneuvering towards another goal. The reward of
being champions will have to wait until next year!


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Front Row: (L to R) Sharon May, Msty Landrum. Ana Pedersen. Cathy McDaniel. JoAnna rSe n.:..ia: DeoDoe r,.e LC.ri ega i
Borselno, Joce Boselino. Bev Teal. Back Row: (L to R) Mr. Oliver. Pepper Grimmett. .1ao Cnr.'c.rr, C'g -c.ort.:r. .irn., fr.ce
Jennifer Rankin. Usa Vega. Ruth Benitez, Jessica Layne. Jennifer Vincent. Carrie Singes Cao..- GCIe.cle

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Jennifer and Bev-Halftime pep talk!


Watch out, Jennifer!


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Lisa and Misty warm up together!


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Dew6at 20, 1989

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Clock strikes twelve,
The milky face of night,
Is at tip-toeing height.
In this stillness,
A blazing inferno erupted,
A roaring metal beast, silence
disrupted.
Startled, confused,
They weaved their way through trails
of town.
The ghost from the battle
Rises above the shadowy waters,
His red eyes of war
"Trace" through December-disturbed
sky.
He roamed the sky, later faded.
Heroic soldiers fought on.
They bent, but never were broken.
"23" is now our silent token.
We played in the hands of war.
I saw what happened;
And I will not argue.
He clenches his fists ...
And there he traps you.
Tito Thomas


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across the bay to Colon,


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our evacuation drill were used for real Tne.e soladers loaded up and wen
where heavy gunfire could be hear

Down the street from CHS. a factory underwent neavy tiring and men caught
on fire. As you can see, there was extensive damage done
Two soldiers are going through the remains ol me Darracks across the store
from the School of Americas in Gulick


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Due to the threat of looters, one of our CHS students, Mike Waked, guards
his family store in the Free Zone.


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Soldiers, which lived in the school, now await for their next order. Mean-
while, they sit in the shade, some keep to themselves while others talk to
their fellow servicemen.



The PDF Marina in Coco Solo was fired upon by a Gatlin gun. On the sign in
the background, you can see one of Noriega's famous sayings, "Ni un
paso atras." The structure of the building is exactly the same as our school
but CHS was untouched.






PARADE FESTA-FOR A '"UST CAU "


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Since Eric and Honorine are tired of riding the Bomber, Gianno tries
to convince Ponell to ride it one more time.
Corey, Jenny. Debbie, and James are all smiles before the ride, but
did anyone see them after the ride?
Since Mr. Grubbs can't catch ducks very well, he starts telling fish
stories, but once again. Ms. Lancaster doesn't believe him.

Adrianne and Dienneka model clothes from Hispanic countries.
Are these guys working or playing with the prizes? Who knows what
7th graders are up to ...


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Who's in charge of the Duck Pond Operation?
Kevin and Lane model the popular "My Name is Panama"
shirts.

Why is it that the cook, Ariel, looks sad while Ricky smiles?
Meanwhile, Kevin has Mr. Wrigt's meat-on-stick all picked
out.

The Bomber, the most popular ride this year. takes some
CHS students for a bumpy ride.






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FAMOUS CtFS CAYINGS


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aot.ta tsue jwi tu& fi!


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VOLLEYBALL



A CAi Yet rSe df SWaor,


Although they were waylaid by a shortened season
due to the political situation, (the Panamanian elec-
tions), the volleyball teams were already off to a
successful start. Mrs. Rankin's girls stood undefeated
at 4-0, while Ms. Stauring's boys were 2-2. The girls
team was awarded the championship trophy be-
cause they were in 1st place when the season end-
ed.


Front POh I'L to PI' Jernrnter Rarikin Catri, McDCaniel .Jlo.i Cnisnolm Dienneka Gorton
Jesse Doav.or. e ac: Row.., (L to R'I) vot, Daws.on. tepnarne Wilson Jessica La,ne
Llli,oDr, Horfmar, Kir,ora Iarnkin Karen Pankin Coacrh rarkin (rNot pictured. manag-
ers Dolores I orrrez Tonmaro LOwyer "mrr Cieunrg )


Allison Hoffman concentrates on getting the volleyball over the
net after long hours of practice.
"That's my ball," yells Dienneka Gorton, as she bends over to get
the ball,
















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Darrell Canamas wonders whether he should use his power
serve or his 100% serve as he prepares for the match point.


icky Walker and Coach Stauring are very much involved in a high-intensity game.

latt Readett assures Coach Stauring, and the fans, that the ball was out of bounds.


Front row (L to R): Corey Grubbs. Ricky Walker, Matt Readett, Roel
Walker, Vern Acevedo, Adonicio Hartley. Back row (L to R): Coach
Bridget Stauring, Kevin Pantoja, Kaled Saker, Gio Feoli, Joel Saenz,
Juan Lu, Henry Josephs, Jody Todhunter. Darrell Canamas.


Vern Acevedo
decides
whether he
should move
up or back a
step in
anticipation of
the opponents
serve.






























BOYS BASKETBALL





The 1989-1990 boys basketball team under the
coaching of W.T. Johnson, were only able to play
three games due to the political problems which
faced Panama. The problems hit the athletic program
really hard because teams were not able to travel
across the isthmus. Despite the many problems, this
team \A on with their mental attitudes.





Kevin moves everyone out of the way with his look of determination
and dribbling ability.

Wow! What a jump, but the Tigers take the rebound

Physical shape is necessary for this highly challenging game.


Todd waits for his teammate to get open so he can pass the ball.




Strike hm out. Greg. Out don't forget tne runner on first oasel


'ont row (L to R): Angel Keith. Roberto Flgueroo. Rafael Galarza. Bryan Richardson. Juan Palbo Galeano. James
well. Carlos Hem. Angel Figueroa. Jennefer Vincent, Manager. Back row (L to R): Jose Chue. Coach Elliott,
ent Grubbs, Roberto Rook, Greg Gehringer. Todd Cranor. Cookie Evans. Dan Howell, Wally Amador, Kenneth
alumbo. Coach Will.


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BASEBALL


A Dediaekd TearI


This team is to be known as the dedicated team for
the 1990 baseball season. Even with many losses, the
spirit, determination, and hard work remained. Coach
Elliott and Coach Will did a great job and their loyalty
to the team was seen in their faces. CHS is proud of this
unique team!




Concentration is the key, James!


*What form; Dan!


Look up. Wallyl




Captain Jesse Dawson and Co-captain Emilia Coles escort their "beat up
c ccrnen during the jamboree pep rally.



CFI CHEERLEADER


NC Camp, As&, -k4, iit, Spec i S aa=d



It took a lot of hard work, time, and many hours of fundrais-
ing, to accomplish their goal, but they did it !! The 1989-
1990 cheerleading squad went to the NCA cheerleading
camp at the University of South Florida. The girls worked
very hard perfecting cheers, stunts, and learning many skits
to increase spirit at pep assemblies and games. The squad
even won the coveted spirit stick for their outstanding spirit
and teamwork. The girls, coach Bonnie Seeley, sponsor
Penny Canamas, and manager Jennifer Rankin believe that
camp was a very special experience and helped the squad
come back stronger and more spirited than ever.



















Joce wonders
if Mrs. Seeley
really expects
her to do five
backflips.
JoAnna
Reynolds and
Dyonne
Canamas
exhibit their
flexibility with
pride.


The CHS cheerleaders were wild and crazy at the
NCA camp.




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Cheerleading mascot Deborah Rabago has the
true "TIGER." look!
Due to electrical difficulties during the first game of
the season, the cheerleaders saved the day by
keeping the fans and football players entertained.


Vicki Seeley gets a head start training her sister
Darlene as a future CHS cheerleader.

The cheerleaders felt awesome after winning the
spirit stick at NCA camp.


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Front row (L to R): JoAnna Reynolds, Adrianne
Holmes, Second row (L to R): Anabella Pedersen,
Co-Captain, Emilia Coles, Joce Borsellino, Dyonne
Canamas Back row (L to R): Manager, Jennifer Ran-
kin, Captain, Jesse Dawson, Mascot, Deborah Ra-
bago, Vicki Seeley, Coach, Bonnie Seeley.













y"g MMat. We, CM I4
pawi of( m
VERNON!


Loe, Mow adI Dad


The fear of the Lord... *'
is the beginning of wisdom
And knowledge of God
is understanding.

Incline your ear to wisdom; :
and apply your heart
to understanding
*, '.W :
Then, when wisdom enters your heart
and knowledge is pleasant to your soul
discretion will preserve you,
and understanding will keep you

God bless you all With love and best wishes. i
Mom and Dad (The Will's)


S S


TO ALL TIGERS!!
Coiy &t& Tige ipiWt 1tAwVe
5ou, go5 &i youE 1wiaaeeed
urafw yeou d R.6
Coa.e Raki,


COREY. as you lake off again. keep that same determination
you had as a toddler learning to roie rs new 2 wneler. We
celebrated as you ir.nall did it, weaving back and fo( h aown
the Datt. We smiled from ear to ear. and as yotitl e your ,
neoa oack io snare our joy. you c raShed IRio a palm tree. then
we rescue you COIfEY. the road becomes tgedh 50
obstacles harder Donrt be afraoa to pick y oiufWf 3iJt
again and again We khow you can ao it Godes -idosd;v
ao we. n .
MomanT Dad.



LLI-" Heaven isn't 1oo for away. We'.l firndi a w Wy
CHRIS- 'Tney call us problem child '. :s'J:'wyirti;on hne Wa'l,
WE ARE THE OUTH GONE WILD.":Skid;Rew
WENDY-"We sit and watch Ihe"(helicopeir...fly ov/er WE GO -
CRAZY. WE GO CRAZY. WE GO CRAZY .
ALLISON-"t don't get foo easy bti-4t h raver Stop believing in
you."-Debbie Gibson ... ;. .
'It's a tragedy for me to see the dream is ovt and I never will
forget the day we met .. GIRLS. I'M GONrfAi MISS Ou '-MIIii
Vanilli
S' -Love Always
Jesse


g pirflengos"lim nas' O-,
i6 offer, you will
o.accept them with
.' dignity and pride
SWe know that you
will be very
successful; we will
.always stand
Behind you and be
ere..when yo


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CONGRATULATIONS TO TAMARA!

1990 MARK. A SPECIAL YEAR IN OUR LIVE. THI/ YEAR YOU COMPLETE YOUR HIGH SCHOOL STUDI/E AND
START YOUR COLLEGE WORK THAT WILL EVENTUALLY DETERMINE YOUR FUTURE PATH. THI/ YEAR YOU
CHANGE FROM THE LITTLE BABY THAT WE CARRIED HOME FROM THE HOSPITALL SO FEW YEARS AGO, TO A
MATURE YOUNG WOMAN WIT/ INDEPENDENT COALC AND THINKING. NOW WE CAN ONLY OFFER YOU ADVICE
WHEN ASKED.IT HASC BEEN A PLEASURE WATCHING AND HELPING YOU GROW YOU ARE THE ONLY TI/NG OF
ANY REAL VALUE THAT WE WILL LEAVE THI/ WORLD.IT I/ YOUR GENERATION THAT MUST CORRECT THE
MISTAKES OF OURS. YOU WILL NOW IAVE TO MAKE THE DECISION. CONCERNING WAR. POVERTY, HEALTH,
THE ENVIRONMENT, AND EVEN THE STARS YOUR FUTURE .CTUDIESHOULD ELP YOU WITH THIc, AND IF GOD
I/ WILLING, WE WILL HAVE THE CONTINUED PLEASURE OF BEING WITH YOU AS YOU MAKE YOUR PERSONAL
IMPACT ON HISTORY WITH LOVE AND RESPECT FOR THE FINE YOUNG LADY YOU HAVE BECOME,
MOM AND DAD


Jimmy,




Enjoy the sea for it is
yours to work, to play to
love. Enjoy the waves
for they are good treat
it with respect and it will
be worth giving to yours.
DAD











EMILI/A

Maf you lasA0 a


Alipyffd&av


ALL/ISON,

Jof d o WoId fa, yfo pati, oM A Aeitu4,
,butjoYfs4 wa edym M yow n &cedat&E, of
&k may gyo& aa b Godyj, adw U I
adtd,& bvt 4ow#ae, jo5y&u 4wod.
Monw, Dad, Stc, and Ida


CLASS OF '90
My ea fA A yo:
You,~ be as ideal eadU!
Caduwe, a&sagA, & clae,w

pe4 y iAa. TheA dCMew

wot *Oe.ot
Be&'4 guffMSA
IMMO 4poies


CA, T-
KEEP GROWING
IN MIND,
BODY AND
SPIRIT!


De*a Danw

We found this poem. and it is exactly how we feel.
One of the greatest joys in life
That one can ever know.
is to have a tiny precious son
And watch that small child grow
From frogs kept in your pockets,
to bruised knees that brought tears;
Darrell, our pride in you has grown
As we've watched you through the years.
And now that you have reached manhood
And we must let you go;
Remember that we love you, Darrell,
Just how much you'll never know.
Love
Mom and Dad










Tha" t ywm, p aire aM tougi acn a8 d ervy lu& Tod7,
IA. you, uCsei you 4ip&om ad yo" &u&. BeP ,iful Aioui you
mased "s ad 4"at Hey ewi"eat ot At yoau &eourld w" 904gi yu*a day at Al0dt awm ipot


Senior Class of 1990
Congratulations to a
class which has already
attained a higher goal by
welcoming Teresa into
your hearts.
May your lives be en-
riched as you have en-
riched Teresa's and ours
by wanting her to be part
of the graduation cere-
monies. All the best!
The Johnston Family


CONGRA TULATION
TRICIA WE ARE
PROUD OF YOU.

Lee: MO, Dad.
PaD. Twy. adU
.Daypa


Dad Mm, ad hepem


YECENIA,
Ti, goqd(e yea iaw u
a wed oi" Jedd &,l
jut a deara, beow. ANo
out uom Eawd aid yMo
wiJ &d God &I Haa "iA
you.

Lwe, Mow, Pad Da
KI(Aa, JPw, Si414







KASMA 90

YOU ARE A VERY
SPECIAL PERSON
REMEMBER, rE
WILL ALWAYS BE
THERE FOR YOU.
MR. & MRS.
ROGELIO V
SOBERS


KACMA
EXITOS EN SU FUTURE
CARRERA.
SR. Y ERA. FITZROY &
FAMILY

CONGRA TULA TIONS
KASMA
MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS
COME TRUE.
MR. CLEMENT BERNARD


CONGRA TULA TION
KASMA &
THE CLASS OF 1990.
MR. HECTOR BECKER

KASMA
DIOS TE BENDIGA Y TE
DE
SABIDURIA SON LOS
DESEOS DE:
SR. CARLOS FERRUFINO


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MAY ALL YOUR ID ERTAK IN ,'BE
RAY ALL UR, LONERT YOAK
MmOf w D''.
MX. ,, dt


Poamtue oieh Cwe & e, a
"Wicomb ju/eem&e I &I
od aAd Ue & W H 4o
Cag KASMA
few gonu GodWoAM,
Mi. FaDta


9 1 I


KASMA
IT ONLY TAKE BELIEF
FAITH AND CONFIDENCE
TO BECOME A STAR
CONGRA TULA TION.
YOU hAVE BECOME A
STAR.
LOVE. VANESSA


KASMA
'Ad above aJ&e p ~to

gelM t i pe/e~d A-
"f. '&Uam 3:14
Gace & PUA Ja ielt
864ko, N.Y


CONGRAT ONC

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND
YOUR PROGRESS THIROUGF LIFE!!
RuW,, M&dua, & RacdIkd


BUENA SUERTE A
KASMA YA LA
CLAUSE DE 1990.
SR. Y SRA. R.
RODRIGUEZ Y FAMILY


W- 9eSt wabie f&o a Iappy
ami iudeeml fut.
HAPPY GRADUATION
Ra J. Hawey


KASMA
Baet wi/lew /t e fa em
Mi. ad Mua. Johwa Pi4f


CONRA TULA TIONS
KASMA
MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS
BECOME A REALITY.
G6&S am. Rufpet BaRwld

Kaiua.
Yo luate beew a buait and
fuM jideut t& eiat, a cUA.
Good Luck ia eerMuarg you
dc .
M/. Plhid hey


S a






V'ren any of ,cou *ar struggling with life. remember our
mothers' talks oac-ut r,.rdship. adaptDtablllty, compassion,
daughters numc.r cultural diversitie: .arnd faitn Ana eden
though ife know its rme to sa' goDotae. we ill always Lw,
be together Decouse ^e are fore.er friends LO.e Allison / ce 90lat'l uwou/ f4ivR AU a 4peCi pmwd a

wdur pwof. iouwd ieAwd wen / eaw &c Pacama. ThAw"k
ot atY beiM g e"&W fo(; e M Love. Aeigh Au




SDarrell, re a, rd ~, WENDY,
We've had many arguments in We love you and are very
the past 13 years. but yet we've Taymi wad agaq be"g 1& & wi proud of you. We know
had our fun. We had a sister- Tlukyw, l wck ft aluayt beirg proud of you. We know
brother relationship unlike others. / Waid We lA ue 4 t o uWa i 'fae, awd oym&~o li, &r you will continue to be as
The way you stuck up for me in sweet, lovable, bright and
every little quarrel. This year was mucW. I & d a o weA &,g'we, woie be, smiling you re nowd
the hardest to overcome the fear smiling as you are now.
of missing you, but it still isn't over. I wa i~, to uwe wite W4 eaied b ~ fJ6 fo/e~e Loe~, Euiw Mom and Dad
wish you the best in the future and
never forget your little sister.
Love you. Dyonne
TR Good Job "Sonshine"-
STen down and two to go!
Dedications. To Love you-Mom and Dad
CZ Brats Song
Generals Zoniani (by Asko) Walking on the
Thurman and Makin a Mess Edge
Norlega (Skid Row) (Scorpions) I A I f Congratulations to the Senior class
Seniors IM, 'WW m" a W&J_ &yoa U. WLV& aw of 1990. especially to my dear
Thanks for everything Mom. Dad, friends, and d S o
teachers! Love, Christine & daughter STACIE on your gradu-
i ,e, ace d action. Love and best wishes Mom
Peach, my best friend and trea-
sure of love: Thank you for the VI *LIo Congratulations Greg!
twonde phoe calls ney hloepd ad, Aoi, Rsard, ard We're very proud of you! Best of
me through some difficult times. I luck inthe future years- e love
LOVE YOU! Jesse you #2! The Perkins









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8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.


Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


Telephones:


Panama:
36-0340
36-0350
Colon:
41-3798


Galerias Boulevard
El Dorado No. 6
Apdo. 6-4822
El Dorado, Panama


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A Vase of Roses
A vase of plastic roses,
Red and pink, yellow and even blue
Graced the bookcase by my desk
For years, Slowly fading,
Buds loosening from the stems
Drooping,
Dusty and disconsolate,
Toward the disarray of
Files and papers And memorabilia,
Accumulating right beside them there.
Peacock plumes,
Multicolored
Fringed and frayed,
Framed the flower arrangement,
Rising from behind the roses
Toward the picture hung above;
I would discard them,
Vase and all, But like an old friend,
Time's ravages have made them more familiar and
Comforting to me
Than something new could ever be.
Thus we age together,
My flowers and I,
And when I clean my desk
On that last day,
They will be waiting there,
For me to then decide,
To throw them out or
Leave for someone else to
Muse upon.
Charles Renno


Bet Wtal o & e 1990 CII Go wna f

P.C.C. NVo9te Diwiet Fm Off e


Ricardo Barker. Sergeant
Roul Barrera, Sergeant
George Brathwaite, Sergeant
Leonard Brown, Sergeant
Eugenio Bryan, Sergeant
Reinaldo Clarke, Sergeant
Altamont DePass. Sergeant


Vernal Farnum, Lieutenant
Rodolfo Francis, Lieutenant
Ricardo Forde, Bat. Chief
Ricardo Hall, Asst. Bat. Chief
Samual Herbert, Sergeant
H. Wallace Teal, Asst. Chief


J.R.O. T.C. TAND TALL
AND PROUD AS WE SALUTE
TI-E CLAC OF 1990







o~wgatfSo C&a o 9o!
W& eoyed owa an. Good La&
God ped.
Taik Foum Au&dawdt


CONGRA TULA TON
CLACS OF 90


Mfargai Ciae Mwi-Matki

Fresh Meat
Sea Food
Vegetables
Fruits


CLINIC

ORTODONCIA


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Atencion de Ninos y Adultos
Lunes-Viernes
Sabados
8:00 a.m. a 12:00p.m.
1:30 p.m. a 5:30 p.m. 9:00 am. a 12:00 p.m.


TELEFONOS:
PANAMA: 36-0340-36-0350
COLON: 41-3798
Galerias Boulevard
El Dorado No. 6
Apdo. 6-4822
El Dorado, Panama


Compliments

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DEDICATION




The 1990 Caribbean wa'.
excellence outside of scr,



sly dedicated to Mr and Mrs, Grubbs because they are not only dedicated teachers, but are also committed to



Mr. end Mrs. Grubbs met each other as sophomores at Kearney High School They both attended William Jewel College In Missouri, Mr, Grubbs
majored in Moth and Physical Education and played college football Mrs, Grubbs majored in Music at William Jewel College, and then transferred to
the University of Alabama and majored in Home Economics Mrs Grubbs enjoyed singing in the Glee Club and performing In various plays.

Now at C.H.S., they not only keep busy as teachers, but as parents They have two sons, Corey and Kent, Corey is a senior this year and has been
involved in the Ocean to Ocean Coyuco Race, tennis and volleyball Kent Is in the 8th grade and is involved in tennis, heavyweight football, and
enjoys playing in the band. Kent was also voted as the 7th grade class favorite last year Mr Grubbs Is very active in coaching and refereeing, while
Mrs. Grubbs is very active with coordinating yearbook sales and not only supporting her kids sports, but every sport held at C.H.S.



These two teachers really odd to C H.S with their wonderful teaching and just plain kindness to all students.
2 THANKS FOR EVERYTHING!



-Beverly Teal
-Allison Hoffman



TABLE OF COI\imNTC



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Hall, Lili, Joce and Todd take advantage
of an unusual sunny day during the rainy
season.



During lunch, Jesse. Christine and Lili
get in their last minute studying
time for their 1984 essay test.

Shawn replenishes his Vitamin C as
Adel, Ariel and Coach Elliott watch
the excited fans run onto the field








Most students study on weekdays,
but weekends are times for swim-
ming and snorkeling.




Honorine. Sharon, Mari, Sonya, Ivi and Kathy came to
ctieer ttie Tigers on to victory, but instead, they are eating
their way to victory

Jennifer. Carmen and Tania catch up with the latest gos-
sip.

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Gio gives Gianno a little "brotherly" advice.

8th grader. Jennifer, assists the Senior Class President, Tricia. with the
cotton candy fundraiser




Coaches Elliott and Will ignore the injured players as referee
Hoffman assures the coaches that he is in charge.



Lena and Tanya relax before the long bus ride bock to Ft, Sherman.
"Girls just wanna' have fun!!"



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Sitting from L to R: Anthony
Leieaux, Aiberto Mizaractii.
tst row: Manuel Love, Javier
Santamario, Lissette Mool-
chan, Dig Gorton. Cathy
McDaniel. Darrell Canamas,
Crystal Klein. 2nd row: Pout
Pederson, Tamara Lawyer,
Jimmy Brown, Eddie Curtis, Lili
Borsellino, Karen Kirby. Nancy
Tiblier. 3rd row: Stella Wal-
lace, Ariel Keitti, Kasma
Sobers, Erika King, Jesse
Dawson. Julie Steele, Marc
Boggs.



This picture was taken at Coco Solo Elementary
School. These 6th graders are now seniors. Con
you identify Tricia Hanan, Corey Grubbs, Ken-
neth Gillespie, Greg Gehringer, Allison Hoffman
and Gio Feoli?



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Cheerleading mascot Dorlene Seeley will
have fond memories of CHS when she is a
senior.



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Angel, what
are you up

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CHS prepares for combat!





Lane, why look through that catalog when you have the
Army and Air Force Exchange Service catalog?



William Price obeys Mr. Renno's orders to get
study materials during PML DELTA.




We've got spirit yes we do, we've got spirit tiow
'bout you?





Are Wendy and Adrianne smiling because of happiness or frustration, wtiiie
ttiey attempt to be successful tiomemakers?





Ian waits patiently to chieck-out films at ttie Davis Shoppette.
James pauses before plunging into ttie cool pool.



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Jennifer and Gianno beg for money to support CHS.
Making eyes at the guys again, Kasma?

Who soys that JROTC is oil work and no play?

Cathy, Lisa, Dyonne and the dangerous driver Adrianne
cruise to the beach in the VW.



Bryan. Shawn and Todd have different ways of coping with stress.



BuakiMg auicuj tow auk



Team members exhibit tfieir heightened spirit during the
Jamboree pep rally.

Tiffany, Jamie and Maria practice good etiquette during
home economics.




^n Army helicopter-a popular sight in Pona
Tia,



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Steve O.Neal is content now that Anth-
ony's pizza has arrived on the Atlantic
Side.

Are these junior high students afraid that
they will never see land again?




Wendy and George catch up on Mrs. Hoffman's English ossisgnment during
the evacuation.



OmN OF WF FUTURE





Joce gives a roar of confidence as Roland
looks on with amusement.



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The hardworking CHS Varsity Cheerleaders, always full of
spunk and full of smiles.

Don't worry. Tigers are happy!




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Loyal CHS fans wait in anticipation for the winning touch-
down

The mighty defense attacks the Bulldog quarterback.

Jamboree Queen, Lili Borsellino, a senior at CHS, enjoys
spending time with her family and friends Her hobbies are
reading, writing, and hanging out with friends Lili's future
plans are to attend college in Florida and major in busi-
ness




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rm mRIT OF JAMBOREE. .

The 1989 jamboree, with the bursting spirit and strong support of football
players, coaches, cheerleaders, and loyal fans, was a huge success de-
spite the threat of cancellation due to PML Charlie. The last quarter was
Cristobal's victory against Red Machine. Greg Gehringer, #27, scored the
winning touchdown and led CHS to a 6-0 victory.

Jamboree not only provided a social event for CHS, and the community,
but also for the proud and ready U.S. Military forces residing within the great
walls of CHS. This years Jamboree will be held dear in the hearts of all who
attended. It will be an especially warm memory for senior football players,
cheerleaders, and our Jamboree Queen, Lilibeth Borsellino, who were all a
special part of this annual Golden Tradition.

-Yecencia N. Dawson
Activities Editor







Ik




Kent and Shannon happily watch the Tigers beat
the Red Machine.



There is tension, onxiousness, and motivation in the air as the mighty CHS Tigers take the field at Jamboree





The 40th annual Jamboree was dedi-
cated to the spirited Nina Miller Is she a
Tiger, or is she a Tiger?

Spirited JoAnna Reynolds reaches higher
for the blue and gold

The sophomore class won the "beat up
your opponent" contest at the pep rally
as they showed the students what hap-
pens to the Red Machine when the Tigers
are through with them.



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STUDENT momTION

Wofkmq TogeOm
T,rMahCH#l



The Student Association (SA) is made up of
the SA officers and class representatives
working hard to acconnplish several goals.
The officers ore selected to voice the views
of the whole student body. The officers and
representatives produce jamboree, pow-
der puff, and homecoming, as well as,
keeping track of fundraisers throughout the
school. This year there were many changes
and improvements in CHS making it onward
to excellence.

Kasma Sobers
Organizations Editor




standing; Pepper Grimmett, Dyonne Canamas, Lisa Vega, Christine Will, Adrianne Holmes,
Jesse Dawson, Paul Pedersen, Todd Cranor, Sponsor, Corinne Weidenthal. Kneeling: Laura
Kraemer. Jamie Pritts, Jennifer Eckel, John Sangiovanni, Ricky Walker



President Christine Will gives
her vote for PEACE!

SA OFFICERS: President,
Christine Will, Secretary, Jes-
se Dawson, Treasurer,
Adrianne Holmes, Vice-Presi-
dent, Ricky Walker

Treasurer Adrianne Holmes
and representative Dyonne
Canamas know that selling
coca cola is a big money
maker during Jamboree.

Secretary Jesse Dawson
shows her support for the
football team before they
get ready for the 40th annu-
al Jamboree game.



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JROTC

Indldtiji/t Aid Cowuiqt



The first JROTC mission is ,to motivate young
people to become better Americans. This is
done by teaching courses that emphasize de-
velopment of leadership qualities such as initia-
tive, discipline, courage, and responsibility. This
program also has activities v\/hich challenge
strength and courage. These activities include
airborne and waterborne orientation. Finally,
JROTC is a program v^/hich demands excel-
lence from all of the cadets.



Echo Company (L to R): Ricky Walker. Roel Walker. Manuel Valdes. Kasma Sobers. Nathan
Gillespie, Domaris Arcia. Tarvois Woods. Angel Figueroa. Gloria Livingston. Ariel Keith. Daniel
Bonilla. Steve O'Neal, Angel Keith. Russell Paine. John Sangiovanni, Kevin Pantoja, Shawn Fritz,
Cesar Rincon, Andres Flores, Francisco Buroc, SAI; SFC Grumpier. Al: SSG Sanchez





Staff Members Company Commander. UT Ricky Walker;
1SG. MSG Manuel Valdes. Supply NCO. CPL Ariel Keith. SP
NCO. CPL Kevin Pantoja. Admin NCO. SSG Kasma Sobers,
X O 1SG Roel Walker. (Not pictured Training NCO. SSG
Jessica Layne.



Bushmaster: It is a group of courageous cadets looking for a physical challenge. Go for it!




Drill Team: Front rovi/ (L to R): Ricky Walker, Shown Fritz Back row (L to R): Roel Walker, Manuel
Valdes, Ariel Keith, Kevin Pantoja



Color Guard; Attention! Now, Smile!!



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CARIBBEAN £TAIT



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This past year has been a year to remember; the major
event of the year being Operation Just Cause and the final
capture of the merciless Noriega. Since "Just Cause" hap-
pened December 20th, five days from Christmas, the sea-
son was not as cheerful with all the fighting and dying.
Christmas vacation lasted a month instead of the normal
two weeks, and with no final exams, the staff was ready
and relaxed to work on the yearbook. But "Just Cause" set
our deadlines back, so that we could only skim by with
getting our yearbooks out in June, instead of the pre-
planned date of May.

It was an especially hard year to keep the staff in an
enthusiastic mood. But I would like to thank the staff for
doing their best to get deadlines in on time. I would also like
to thank Mr. Wright for being patient and spending many
hours in the darkroom developing all those pictures for the
yearbook. Also, I would like to thank the yearbook advisor,
Ms. Lancaster, for helping me out so many times. Calling the
photographer to find out where the senior pictures were,
and sometimes, even finding out where the photographer
was!, and for hanging in there, even when times were
rough.

Through all of this, Allison and I have survived! This year was
definitely an exciting one, especially since I am a senior. I
look forward to college and the opportunities that await
me. Future, here we come!

-Tamara Lawyer
Editor




Putting a yearbook together is very hard work, not to merj
tion hectic. I will never forget the time when Ms. Lancast<[
and I went to Ft. Davis to get pizza, drop off film, and th
return to school by 3:30 to work on a yearbook deadline,
did not turn out that way. On our way back, Ms. Lancasterl
car broke down and we returned to school at 4;30 wiil
cold pizza, hot sodas, and a yearbook deadline to facel

Not only was the yearbook staff busy throughout the yec'
but other people who contributed were also busy. I persor
ally want to thank Mr. Wright for those numerous hou'
spent in the dark room. It seemed like if I asked him for th
pictures, he would nod and say, "Allison, do you realiz
what hard work developing pictures is," and then he woui
give me a synopsis of his weekend and he would nev<
leave out his golf games with my dad. When Mr. Wright ho
developed the pictures, he would not just give them to m
but he would also give me a lecture on how to deveic
pictures. If you ever have had Mr. Wright in class, you kno
how much he likes to tell stories. Mr. Wright is o great guy 1
have around. Thanks for all your hard work.

I also want to thank Mrs. Grubbs and Mrs. Will for getting th
ads necessary to pay for the yearbook. Ads are toug
enough to get, but they also had to deal with the ca;
problem due to the political situation.

I want to thank Ms. Lancaster for all of her help. She was nc
a sideline sponsor, but rather, she was always part of tt"
action. When we were all frustrated and stressed out, si-
was always there to alleviate the pressures of a yearboc
deadline. Even though this yearbook will be in the sunset (
my past, Ms. Lancaster's kindness and inspiration will alwo'
be a part of the dawn of my future.

-Allison Hoffmc
Assistant Editt



Fundraising is an important aspect of being a yearbook advisor, Ms. Lan-
caster contributes her fast food, hamburger flipping, expertise as she
works in the concession stand to raise money during Homecoming,




(L to R): Adrianne Holmes, Bev Teal, Jesse Dawson, Advisor
Leigh Ann Lancaster, Emilia Coles, Stacie Poison, Allison Hoff-
man, Lena Eldridge, Lili Borsellino, Tricia Hanan, Kasma Sobers,
Tomara Lawyer, Jodi Chisolm, Kevin Akers




Jennifer Eckel listens to Joce Borsellino's idea about thie "Just Cause"
section,

Allison Hoffman fielps Bev Teal line up the copysheet to type the tennis
page.




,^_ Three of CHS's most spirited: Ariel Keithi, Ms Wei-
' denthal. and Jesus Tejeiro on Hippie Day.



MMBCOMim

. .TI1& Ooij Ouitbbai Higk
Bwded Cou^aiv Pniuk.



It has been years since CHS has won its
homecoming game. This Tiger victory
certainly will be one occasion to re-
member. Tigers gave Cougars their
only loss as CHS finished the game 20-
13. The scorers for the exciting event,
with the teams help, were Greg Geh-
ringer, Bryan Richardson and Darrell
Canamas. As the team, fans, and
cheerleaders, pulled tightly together,
a Tiger dream was made a reality. At
the end of the tear-jerking game, stu-
dents, players, cheerleaders, coaches,
and parents cheering and celebrating,
proceeded into the school, rocking it
with echoes of happiness. Without a
doubt, that Panama night and winning
season shall forever remain etched in
our hearts as a glorious "Moment in
Time." . The victory bell, endlessly,
rings yet .




Pre-homecoming ciownin' around!




Homecoming Court: Wendy, Allison, Jesse, Chris, Lili, READY TO HAVE FUN!! All smiles from the Homecoming Court and their escorts at the pep rail



Queen
Christine Will
and her
escorts, Darrell
Canamas and
Gio Feoli, at
the 1989
Homecoming
pep rally.



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lourning freshmen on the day "Cristobal High buried Cougar Pride ."



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Our most
memorable
"Moment in
Time." our
three-second
touchdown
against PCC
Devils.



S^eiolaxitup, Leadmlup, CkoKou^, ^Ux>



Ever since we were first initiated with over-
wtielming happiness and joyful tears in our
eyes, being National Honor Society mem-
bers has been a great experience for all of
us. Ricky Walker became the president of
NHS, Kasma Sobers, vice president, Lili Bor-
sellino, secretary, Tamara Laywer, treasur-
er, and Christine Will, became our historian.
Selling emponadas became priority number
one when we needed the money to pay for
extra NHS pins, sashes, and even to pay for
the glass dish Christine broke, . acciden-
tally, of course! Overall, this year has been a
good one and it's been an honor for us to
be NHS members.




Front Row (L to R): Ricky Walker, Christine Will, Tamara Lawyer, Jesse Dawson, Lili
Row (L to R): Kasma Sobers, Tricia Hanon, Todd Cranor, Darrell Canamas, Corey
Hoffman



Borseliino Back
Grubbs, Aliisor




Mrs Gegg, Tricia, and Ricky discuss plans for ttie spring initiation
Secretary, Lili, reads ttie scholarstiip meaning of NHS



Mr, Renno swears in new members Corey, Todd, and Darrell.
Mr, Grubbs and Mr, Conamas are proud fathers on NHS initiation day.



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Lili Borsellino, Allison Hoffman and Bev Teal,
were selected to represent CHS in Washing-
ton, D.C. for the Close-Up program. Close-
Up is when high school students from all
around the world get together and get a
"close-up" look at the workings of the U.S.
Government. The Close-Up participants
worked diligently to raise the money neces-
sary to fund the trip. Their biggest fund rais-
ers were the Parade of Homes held in De-
cember and the Super Bingo held in March.
With the help of their sponsor, Mrs. Rozett,
and the community, they were able to
reach their goal.



s Capital building in Washington, D.C. is a frequent stop for the Close-Up participants.




Close-up participants Lili and Allison listen to a discussion on politics in the U.S.



Sponsor, Mrs. Rozett counts bingo tickets for the fun-
draiser.



CHRISTMAS:
FORMAL



This year the 1989 Christmas Formal with the
theme, "Victorian Romance" was a special
treat for everyone who attended. Diligent
work of senior sponsor Beverly Hoffman, and
several "elves" within the Atlantic commu-
nity, enabled the students of CHS to enjoy a
beautiful Panama night in the new disco
room at the Tarpon Club.

Not only was it a night to dance, eat, and
be merry, but it was also a night to ex-
change gifts, receive awards, and make
special memories that could only be made
in a place as enchanting as Panama.

The Senior class of 1990 did work very hard
to raise the funds to make this Victorian
Romance a night for everyone to remem-
ber. Without question, Mrs. Hoffman and the
"elves" deserve a lot of credit. If it were not
for their irreplaceable care and interest, the
Christmas Formal would not have been half
the success it was. The Class of 1990 and
the rest of the CHS student body extend a
warm thank you to all who gave a helping
hand.




Christmas spirit fills the night as students sing, dance, and ask Santa for what their little heartr|
desire.




Allison Hoffman is happy to be a part of this special
night.

"Two Smooth Dudes."




Stacie, Cathy, Tamara, Tricia and Emilia, unite for Senior's Night Out,



Santa greets the good boys and girls of CHS,




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Santa's "elves" spread Christmas cheer with beautiful music.



ireg Gehringer and Deborah Robago tango in the new disco room at the
arpon Club,




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The fun-loving
population of
CHS, dancing
to the sounds
of Marbella
Stereo,



Christine Will
and Darrell
Canamas
accept Mr,
and Ms, CHS
awards.



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CAVUCO FRENZY



pKipaidUotc BeguU Ean&f

Adrenaline has been pumping throughout
Cayuco participants bodies ever since they
got the final word that the race was going
to be held. There were questions raised
about canceling or postponing this popular
event due to the PML status. Since then,
crews have been practicing hard everyday
and doing repairs from screwing in foot
pegs to reshaping the bow of the boat. This
year's race will be held April 6, 7, and 8. This
race will be exciting because the Atlantic
Side is well represented.



The Command Performance, the Atlantic Side hopeful,
begins making repairs early in March.





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Isn't something odd here? Look to the left, isn't that the
front of the boat on the ground.



Having problems girls?



Jennifer, Bev, Adrianne and Vicki paddle their frustra-
tions oway during their routine practice in the lake.




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(Ua OF 1990
W9^ ARE WE

times: to remember




Class Officers: (L to R): Darrell Canamas, Vice-President; Tricia Hanan,
President; Tamara Lawyer, Secretary; Gio Feoli, Treasurer.

The graduating class of 1990 experienced a very unique senior year, but inspite of all the unusual occurrences, the seniors
managed to unite and live up their final high school year in high spirits together. With all the usual uncertainties concerning
college and the future placing pressure upon them. Operotion Just Cause only heightened the uncertainty; however, with
the positive outcome of the invasion, they were able to readjust and rebuild the shaken foundations.

The closs officers, along with Mrs. Hoffman, worked diligently to raise sufficient funds which contributed to the great success
of the Christmas Formal-The Victorian Romance,-and the long awaited, much enjoyed senior trip.

The memorable moments that highlighted the year and relieved some of the stress included, the outstanding victory at
Homecoming, over the undefeated Cougars, the parties. Devil's beach, the bonfires, Anthony's Pizza, the dances, the
movies and much, much more.

As the culmination of the "golden years" approached rapidly, the seniors nostalgically reminisced of the years gone by,
cherishing every passing moment, and anxiously looking towards the future. As they take another giant step in life, they
leave behind friendships, loved ones and family, but they will never leave behind the memories created throughout the
years at high school






'ernon Acevedo



Marc Boggs



Lilibeth Borsellino

Life so fragile, love so pure. We can't hold on,
but we try. We watcti hiow quickly it disappears,
and we never know why. Linda Ronstandt







3nnes Brown

lis is my last and final goodbye. I would like to
ank all my friends and foes. Let me last say,
f's been simply marvelous." Ship of Fools
Rock and Roll rebel



Darrell Canamas

Well I know What's right, I got just one life in a
world that keeps on pushin' me around, but I'll
stand my ground and I won't back down.
Tom Petty



apfid Coles

''Ths is the time to remember cause it wiH.no^ last
.forever These are the days to hold oh tb .:. The
time is going to change. Billy Joel;.






"odd Cranor

leasons will change, separate paths, separate
vays. We're walking through some youth, smil-
ig through some pain. That's alright, that's o.k.
et's turn the page. -Motley Crue



Yecenia Dawson

In complete darkness, we are all the same; it is
only our knowledge and wisdom that separate
us. Don't let your eyes deceive you. -Janet Jack-



Steven Dickerson 'i

I don't know the key to success, but the key to ;"
failure is to try to please everyone. -Bill Cosby o









Gio Feoli ^ -.

Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore, get wis-
dom, and with all thy getting, get understand-
ing. -Psalms 150



Juan Pablo Galeano -i

The best part of a person's life is not his fame s
wealth, or ability. It is the little, nameless, unre i
membered acts of kindness and love given tt'
others.






regory Gehringer

jme say I'm crazy, others say that's just me.
)me say I'm lazy. I guess I'll always be. -Guns
Id Roses



Wendy Giese



Dienneka Gorton

Changes are for the better. I mean If. a change
is made and it's a mistake . you learn some-
thing, so a change is always for the better.
Rebo McEntire






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orey Grubbs

j our high school flight ends, we are boarding
r our final distination.



Nidal Hochem

Knowledge is the power for your future.



Wissam Hachem





icia Hahan

n crying tears of joy, I'm crying tears of pain .
lere's so much to learn. Welcome to the real
orld. Mr. Mister



Allison Hoffman

Life is like music, it must be composed by ear,
feeling, and instinct, not by rule.



Teresa Johnston

High Five's and Good Luck to everyone at CHS!!







iel Keith



Miryom Lossitef

Only when we continue to raise our goals, do we

give ourselves room to grow. Miryom Lassiter



Tamara Kim Lawyer
I expect to pass through this world but once. Any
good therefore that I can do, or any kindness
that I can show, let me do it now. For I shall not
pass this way again. Anonymous



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'thy McDaniel

)n't know where I'm going but I sure know
sre I've been. Hanging on to tlie promises
I the songs of yesterday, I've made up my
d, I ain't wasting no more time, here I go



Mequil Medina



Kevin Pantoja

The Posse Rules

"Class of 1990" Panama

Blame it on the Just Cause







I Pedersen



Stacie Poison

We've given up our teenage years. Who as-
sumes responsibility? Who's protecting us from
harm? Is there anyone around that we can trust?
It's up to us to figure out what life is all about.
New Edition



Roland Rabogo






Walid Rada



Kasma Sobers

The light that illuminates our lives never burns out
v\/hen it is generated by love.



Jesus Tejeira







Arquimedes Thomas

For better is to dare difficult things; succeed,
ttran to live in the heedless world that knows not
victory or defeat. -Theodore Roosevelt



Tito Voldes

Ni Un Paso Atras!
Class of '90



Ali Waked






ohamed Ali Waked



Ricky Walker

Fantasy is over; we must now learn to live in
reality. "... good luck. Tigers." Tigers #1
"Aaarrr!"



Reel Walker

Saying "Goodbye" is hard to do, I'll cherish the
memories of me and you. Our Senior year is
coming to an end, I'll miss the teachers and all
my friends.








lex Wilkins



Christine Will

start by doing what's necessary, then what's
possible and suddenly you are doing the impossi-
ble. -Saint Francis of Assisi



CO Yhap Li
'BBIieye in yourself and all the good.thl^agsrl thank
my parents for helping me through l^ftegood and
bad times. :,_^'



mTCHOUT WORLD, HERB WE COME




fOREi/ER FRIENDS



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Cte>ua

Lmfbl foiia/en, mien, yoaw Fom/ffc PuMdi



1990 JUNIOR/^MIOR PROM





PROM COURT




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Paul Pedrnw.




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Tricia Hanan




Dienneka Gorton



Federico Yhap




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Cathy McDaniel



Greg Gehringer



Steve Dickerson




Wendy Giese




Tito Thomas




Tamora Lawyer




Emilia Coles



Gio Feoli



Walid Rada






Nidal Hachem




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Miryam Lasoter



Vern Acevedo





Ricky Walker




Todd Cronor



Jesse Dawson



Christine Will



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Kasma Sobers




Paul Pedersen






Stacie Poison



Lili Borsellino


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Ali Waked



Allison Hoffman



Kevin Pantoja



HALL OF FAME



Mr. and Ms. CHS
Darren Canamas and Christine Will





BEST SENSE OF HUMOR
Marc Boggs and Kasma Sobers





Runners-up for Most Likely to
Succeed

Christine Will and Ricky Walker







Runners-up for Most Athletic

Ricky Walker and Dig Gorton



Runners-up for Best Sense of Humor

Greg Gehringer and Wendy Giese



Runners-up for Best Personality

Wendy Giese and Corey Grubbs



Runners-up for Mr. and Mrs. CHS

Ricky Walker and Allison Hoffman (Not pic. Wendy Giese)




- .'SI /^

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JUNIORC
WE FUTURE aOQBLY OAWNim



As Junior Class President, this year was difficult as far as interruptions were concerned We got off to a good start, but as the problems
Increased, our money-raising decreased

Snowcones "Panama-style" were a huge success at Jamboree thanks to certain people Bryan Richardson, Christina Coles, and Mrs
Rozett, our sponsor. Orders were numerous for the snowcones were delicious. Our bake sale drew a large crowd of hungry customers
waiting to bite Into wonderfully mdde rice krisple treats, brownies, chocolate cake and cupcakes. Thanks, Bakers!!

Homecoming was a little shaky due to the unsure date of the actual event, but our hall looked great, I'd like to thank JodI Chlsolm and
Shawn McCracken for working hard and getting It done.

Our biggest goal of our junior year is to put on a great Prom for our 1990 Seniors. This goal was accomplished in grand fashion and will be
remembered forever.

-Beverly Teal, Junior Class President




Class Officers L to R: JodI Chisolm, Secretary, Shawn McCracken, Vice
President, VIckl Seeley, Treasurer, Bev Teal, President



Berly Benltez



Daniel Bonllla



William Carter



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JodI Chisolm



Cristlna Coles



Yvette Cortez



Angel FIgueroa




Jenny refuses to listen to any apologies Rolpti may tiove






Even ttiougti the tootball players ore tired, Deborah's enthusiasm continues.



Rafael Golarza



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Nidal Hachem





Adrianne Holmes



James Howell



Zoila Hudson




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Erik Jimenez



Jessica Layne



Is this a great looking Junior class or what'



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Don't look sad. You still have a chance to buy your spirit cup,
Shawn McCracken Henry Medina



Vicki and Adrianne do not feel sorry for the injured player.




Ponell Millar



Lutcia Pedersen



Luis Perez-Ortiz




After winning the Homecoming gome. Billy C irter and Shawn Junior, Erik Jimenez, and sophomore, Anna Pedersen. look

McCracken ore ready to celebrate the win at the Homecoming like they should be on Star Search with their rhythmic

Donee at the Elks Club moves

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Deborah Rabago



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Scott Ray



Bryan Rictiardson



All Saker



Kaled Saker



Vickl Seeley



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Bev Teal





3, Vickl, and Jennifer are proud of ttieir bulletin board, but Erik wants one more item.



Jennifer Vincent



McDarious Woods





e you two going to take on the challenge of eating a whole pizza by yourselves! Tammy
Dks ready, but does Kasma?



During the Christmas formal, Jennifer and Cookie decide
to sit out one dance, Does'nt Cookie look tired? ^j



Cfau Fou/oiuSii: Oan, l^oujeff And Juuufm Rcuddn



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Class Officers: (L to R): Jenny Price, Secretary; Launa Adams, Treasurer,
Carrie Singer, President. Shelly Peck, Business Manager; Jennifer Rankin,
Vice-President



The Class of 1992 is coming closer to on endless dream, graduation. They now have spirit
to add to the list of class qualities. Throughout the year, their spirit has been soaring. As o
whole, the Sophomores have contributed their talents to make CHS the great school
that it is. All the way from the gloomy Hallway of Mourning and the hearse for their
Homecoming float, to winning the poster contest at a pep rally. Each and every one of
the Sophomores are Spirited Individuals, and many years from now we will look back at
the Sophomore year, and smile, and cherish the memories.

-Adrianne Holmes
-Section Editor



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Kevin Akers



Guarionex Amador



Laura Butcher



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Yecenia, Joce, Mr, Baitel and Anna support the Tigers during the "Little Kids" spirit day



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Jennifer and Hall discuss how great the snowcones taste.



Tanya McNeal



Shelley Peck



Anobella Pedersen



Lane Perkins



Mike Perry














Jenny Price



Jennifer Rankin



Jorge Rodriguez




aroline is confident thot she will ace the test.





Carrie is trying to sneak a bite to eat during the game

Launo and Yecenia are shocked by the announcement of
DELTA!




Johnny Redmond




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Yecenia Sanchez



Carrie Singer



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This year, Jon Lu was picked class favorite for tfie first time and Kothy
Dawson was elected by class vote also, for the second consecutive
year, Jon's favcri*e hobbies ore basketball, girls, and being with his
friends. His mosr important accomplishment as a freshman was
achieving a varsity letter in basketball Five years from now he sees
himself as more independent and mature and plans to be seeking a
career in medicine He says, "It is a great privilege to have been
chosen class favorite."

Kothy Dawson's favorite hobbies ore listening to her mother and her
aunt talk about the good old days and spending Sunday afternoons
with her baby cousin, Menlinda Five years from now she sees herself
taking Irfe more seriously She plans to attend on art school and after
that attend beauty school Her biggest accomplishment this year
was becoming more responsible and setting her goals for the future
as far as her career and education Her feelings about being chosen
for the second consecutive year "I am honored I'm happy that my
classmates feel they can talk to me whenever they need someone
to listen, and when they feel like laughing and goofing off, I'm there
to accompany them too."




Koth/ Dawson as the Joker and Man Rodriguez as Batman show that "the Joke is on the
Cougar's during the Homecoming parade



Class Officers: L to R: Deborah Price, Treasurer, JoAnna Reyn-
olds, Secretary, Lori Vega, Vice-President, Kothy Dawson,
President



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This year has been a very successful one for the Freshmen Class, especially spirit wise. They won an endless number of
spirit competitions which took a lot of hard work and dedication. They had a very successful Valentine's dance at the
Elks Club. Kathy Dawson, president, feels that "our most successful win was for the Homecoming spirit week and parade
OS "Batman-The Joke's on the Cougars." Sponsor Troy Oliver, stated that he had a lot of fun working with this terrific
group of students.



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Akram Abuzeni



Damaris Arcia



Christina Bannerman



Ruth Benitez



Carmelo Blanquicett



Elsie Botello




JoAnna Reynolds displays her flexibility during a pep assembly.
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Marilyn, Tania and Esmeralda find a oat ride on a school day amusing.
Jeanette Is enjoying being a "little kid" tor a day.



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Misty Landrum



Jon Lu



Lysondra Luna



MIctielle Meade



William ManYIp Antonio Mock-Cheung




Steven O'Neal



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Yaafar Rado



Kenneth Palumbo Janette Perez-Ortiz Bobbie Perine



JoAnna Reynolds



Cesar Rincon



Man Rodriguez




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Paul Petroni









Deborati Price






Jessica Romero Christopher Slater




'It's a Beautiful day In the Neighborhood"



Donsor, Troy Oliver, discusses the items which need to be accomplished before the Valentine's
once can take place. The dance vi/as a huge success.




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Odrys Toro



Delsa Tygart



Lori Vega



Tavoris Woods



Adel Yaafar



Ziod Yaafar




CLASS FAVORITES: Marc Johnson enjoys play-
ing basketball and hanging around with his
friends. Tiffany Fifer enjoys sl ing her favorite programs on TV. They both
hope that the troubles in Panama will soon be
over.



Class Officers: (L to R) Marc Johnson, President; Sharon May, Secretary;
Maria Galarza, Treasurer; Jennifer Light, Vice-President



The eighth graders have had many activities this year. They have had
several bake sales, sold Valentine grams, and participated in Homecom-
ing. President Marc Johnson hopes that the class will have the opportuni-
ty to be together next year.



mHW GRADE




Laila Abadi



Namyanba Avila




Frederick Burke



Shani Burke




Jenny Flock hart



Andres Flores



Maria Galarza



Kent Grubbs



Marc Jotinson



Laura Kraemer





Jennifer Light






Gloria Livingston




Yosoylo Luna



Sharon May



Mahesh Mayani



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Melissa Louis Ezekiel Luna




Eric Meade




Sonya and Honorine show that they "SUR-
VIVED",



TAKING A ^T£P TOWARD THE FUTURE






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Laura Kraemer ponders her selection of classes for her freshman
year.




Maria and Laurie help the DJ select tunes, to keep the dance rolling.



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"It's a Ghost" "It's a Ghost
screams Debbie os tennis pro
Jennifer looks on with amuse- f
ment.



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Honorine Millar



Antonio Norwood



Jennifer Perry



Sonyo Petroni



Esmeralda Phillips




Jennrfer is hoppy to see the dance a success



Freddy looks like he is trying to get away with
something and Derek wonders what he is up to.






John Sangiovanni



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Shannon Ternes




Jennifer Toler Joshua Vincent Laurie Wyrick

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osoyla and Esmeralda watch with amazement as the helicopters and Tammy and Shani could not decide between Burger King and McDonalds, so
lanes circle overhead during the LCM evacuation. they got both. If you are traveling to the Pacific side you have to take



advantage of fast food while you're over there!!



57



The Class of 1995 has had to face many new horizons this
year. The challenge of adjusting to a high school after
elementary is often a stressful time. Of course, there was
the change in the lunch schedules, political problems in
Panama, changing classes from one end of the school to
the other to name a few. This class adjusted well and
participated in all of the pep rallies, homecoming, with
the theme "Freddy on Cougar Street", and even helped
the yearbook sell in the concession stand. In addition, the
Class of '95 will be excellent leaders by their outstanding
participation in the Choose to Lead program. Ms. Leigh
Ann Lancaster, sponsor, stated that she "really had fun
working with this class. They kept me on my toes."




Pepper Grimmett and Kenneth Martin were chosen Class
Favorites of the seventh grade class. Pepper's favorite
sport is soccer and her hobbie is to go swimming at the
Gulick pool. Pepper also enjoys being with her friends and
will miss the friends she has made at CHS. Kenneth has a
wide variety of interests including bike riding, going to
the beach, running, playing Nintendo, and hanging out
with his friends. Kenneth really loves Panama and all of
the places he has visited while living here.




CLASS OFFICERS; bottom to top: Timottiy Lossiter, Vice-President;
Butch Cochran, President, Carmen Matthews, Secretary; Ste-
phen Graham, Treasurer,



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Ricky Alvarez



r.'obert brooks



Valerie Clarke




Butch Cochran



Tamoro Flake





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Kclhia Forde



Luis Galarza





Thayona Gipson



Stephen Graham




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David Gray



Pepper Grimmett



Monifa Jones



Timothy Lossiter



Leslie Lopez



Kenneth Martin







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David Miller



Gary Myers



Ashley O'Neal



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The seventh graders rally together at the
Homecoming dance.



Greg Williams ponders the challenges which
lie ahead, as he participates in the LCM
evacuation in September



Seventh grader Katrina Flores is the object of Dan
Howell's teasing, a favorite pastime among upper-
classmen.



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Clowning around is an integral part of a Sev
enth grade boys day.



Jessica Vincent

displays her

school spirit

during "Little

Kids" Dress-up

Day




William Price



Jami Pritts Daphney Rook Estela Rool< Robert Seales Danielle Tesch





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Ivette Velez Ofibio Villareyna Jessica Vincent Victoria Walker Yuriska Williams



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Qwin/W'iMq An EModotm KoSmcoa0o



Each year in DODDS is exciting and interesting, but the 1989-1990 school year has been exceptionally different.
Flexibility has been the "buzz word" of the year as teachers united to make the students the number one priority, in
spite of the rumor mill, worst case scenarios, and the PML restrictions. Memorable highlights of the year were the "walk
the dinosaur" dance at a pep rally, homecoming, the once a month brunches, and the Christmas gathering given by
the administration.

As this faculty transfers to other regions, retires, or remains in Panama, they will always remember this emotional
rollercoaster as a lesson in "Survival".



Teachers report to work on August 21, 1989, to find 200 7th Infan-
try Light Division troops from Fort Ord. California, stationed on the
third floor of CHS.

Helicopters. HUMMWVs. and tanks become common sights and
sounds outside our classrooms.

The change of PML Charlie-Will the Jamboree be held, if not, what
do we do with all of the hamburgers?

RUMOR #1-School will close In January,

The LCM Evacuation-How many teachers get a boat ride during
the school day?

The arrival of General Maxwell Thurmanl!

PML DELTA after the failed coup attempt, right before the Colum-
bus day holiday, and the start of the "blue routes".

Thank goodness the BEACH is on the BLUE LINE even though Coco
Solo Hospital is notll

CURFEW of 1 1:00 p,m,-Does PML really stand for "Pretty Miserable
Life?"

The new troops arrive and the barbed wire around the school gets
higher and higher as the access area get smaller and smaller.

The CAR BOMB SEARCHES-Where will we be parking today when
we get to work?

It Is NOT a RUMOR . "WORST CASE SCENERIO" get ready to

be RIF'd,

The CANCELLATION of NCA after arriving to work at 7:00 am,.



giving up lunch, and listening to endless reports.

Will SPORTS be cancelled, postponed, or a new plan developed?

CHS will CLOSE at the end of the 1989-1990 school year so start
planning on close-out programs,

WIN we have water and/or air conditioning at school or In our
homes?

How many students will be In our classrooms next week?

RUMOR #50-There will be no school on the Atlantic Side next year.

FREE RENT taken away and given back.

Break, Brunch. Lunch?

OPERATION JUST CAUSE AND PML ECHO-Some of us "survived" In
the states, Costa Rica, Germony. on our knees peering out of the
window, or hiding In the closet.

Listening to war stories as we waited for the Army to let schools
reopen. We finally did start back on January 16. 1990,

Were our Christmas presents In the four crates of mall that were
blown up during the Invasion?

CHS will remain OPEN next year, so decide whether to pull your
transfer papers.

Do the teachers still retain the PRIORITY ONE TRANSFER status''

If everything Is returning to normal, why are we still on PML DELTA?
.At least the CURFEW is MIDNIGHT!!




The faculty and staff of CHS exhibit o variety of T-shirts produced In support of Operation Just Cause, Dec, 20, 1989,



FAa/LTV



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PRINCIPAL-Charles Renno



Assistant Principal, Howard Perkins, and counseior, & AnneGegg, orientate the seventh graders to
CHS.




Coral Adema
Nurse



Rosalind Baitel
Health/Science






Edwin Cobham
Music



SFC Alfonso Coley
ROTC



Richard Eliott
Gym/History




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Anne Gegg
Counselor




Ms Lancaster and Ms, Weidenthal did not realize that this familiar weapon, the Vulcan, seen every
day in front of the gym, would be used to blow-up the PDF Manna next door to CHS, during
Operation Just Cause



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A graduate of Bolboo High School, Mr. Oliver shows he is now a true CHS TIGER!



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Mr, Will and Mr, Eliott discuss teaching and football strategies,

Stiop teactier, Mr. Willougtiby, enjoys the boat ride during the LCM evacua-
tion.




Donna Grubbs
Home Economics




Beverly Hoffman
English



Randall Grubbs
Gym/Mathematics



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Jose Jaen
Spanish



Cosette Hawkins
Secretary



Phillip Henry
Computer Science



Ann Heatherman
English/Social Studies




Janet Johnston
English



Leigh Ann Lancaster
Special Education



Ines Nuno
Secretary



Karen Hiller
Ed Prescriptionist



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Troy Oliver
Mathematics




A memorable highlight of the year for students and
foculty was the "walk the dinosaur" dance per-
formed at a pep rally. Yes, these teachers are sup-
posed to be doing the same dance step!!



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ROTC instructor, Srgt. Grumpier, and Tito Valdes, discuss the latest donee
moves.

Mr. Perkins radios Mr. Wills' advice to Mr. Renno. during the LCM evacuation




Luke Palumbo
Science



Howard Perkins
Assistant Principal



Gayle Rankin
Physical Education



Edith Rozett
Bilingual and Sp. Ed.





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Corinne Weidenthal
Special Education



William Will
Social Studies'



Frank Williams
Librarian



Bridget Stauring
Speech




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Tom Wright
Mathematics/Science



Donna McLane-
Briant, Karen Hiller,
and Coral Adema
support Close-up
during the
Christmas parade
of homes





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Argelis RIvas relaxes with a game of ping-pong after working with the
P E students




m£R FOOTBALL



A WiMMJMq ^ieaioit Tlouxi^k Team, Effoiit



The Tigers came through this year with a 5 and 3
record of wins to losses not equaled since 1972. Tiger
fans were especially proud of the football team this
year as they piled into the stadium game offer game.
Since G.l.'s were stationed at Cristobal High this year,
the team had added spirit from the stands. Led by
Coaches Elliot and Will, and by quarterback Shawn
McCracken, the Tigers fought, scratched, and clawed
their way to victory. This football season was very
unusual due to light failure at the very first home
game, and the possibility of the season being can-
celled due to PML Delta and the curfew. The football
team put all the distractions behind them and kept up
their motivation and team spirit to come out on top.
The highlight of the season was the lost game. Home-
coming, which our Tigers upset the undefeated Cou-
gars 20-13. What a great way to end the history of
CHS football at Tiger Stadium!




CRISTOBAL
CRISTOBAL
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CRISTOBAL
CRISTOBAL
CRISTOBAL
CRISTOBAL
CRISTOBAL




Miquel Medina holds the ball, as Bryan Richard-
son practices his form In anticipation of the kick-
off.




Front row (L to R): Cookie Evans, Roel Walker,
Rafael Golarzo, Ricky Walker, Miquel Medina,
Greg Gehrlnger, Shawn McCracken, Tito Thom-
as, Dan Howell, Robert Figueroo Second row (L
to R) Vern Acevedo, Johnny Redmond, Bruce
Thompson, Corey Grubbs, Bryan Richardson, An-
gel Keith, Darrell Canamas, James Howell, Billy
Carter, Ion Buxton Back Row (L to R) Managers,
Jennifer Vincent, Carrie Singer, Shelly Peck, Paul
Pedersen, Jimmy Brown, Gio Feoli, Ziod Yafaar,
Manager Todd Cronor, Manager Jesus Tejiera,
Coach Richard Elliot








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Dan Howell takes a break to watch tiis teammates practice.

Ttie defense gets set to prevent a first down.




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Coacti Elliot tries to give a halftime pep talk, but with the
team winning, they are not interested.



Bryan Richardson takes the pitch from quarterback Shawn
McCracken and heads toward the end zone.



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All-Isthmian player, Allison Hoffman, shows grace and agility as she pushes the
ball towards the basket



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Front row (L to R): Beverly Teal. Deborah Price, Christine Will, Lili Borsellino, Dig
Gorton, Back row: (L to R): Assistant coach. Rico. Coach Gayle Rankin. Jodi
Chisolm. Tammy Williams. Kasma Sobers. Jessica Layne. Allison Hoffman. Kathy
Dawson. Jenny Price, Lisa Vega.






Rookie player of the year. Jenny Price, dribbles down the court to score two
points



CRISTOBAL


50


Red Machine


26


CRISTOBAL


46


Devils


39


CRISTOBAL


39


Cougars


26


CRISTOBAL


37


Bulldogs


18


CRISTOBAL


48


Red Machine


18


CRISTOBAL


46


^K'


29


CRISTOBAL


41


Bulldogs


36


CRISTOBAL


41. .


,^_ Cougars


20


Tournament




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CRISTOBAL


53


Cougars


51


CRISTOBAL


53


Bulldogs


29


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#


5





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-



68 Jessica Layne watches in anticipation for the rebound




e basketball team gathers around Coach Rankin at the "High Five" party to look at the
rapbook of memories^



Five, PoUit Qai, MalcH
Pu/e, Yeav CluMpi



The 1989 CHS Girl's basketball team had an-
other undefeated season for the third year
since 1985. The twin towers Allison Hoffman
and Jessica Layne were rebounding powers
and Jessica Layne were rebounding powers
and marksmen at the hoop, while Dig Gorton
helped keep the Tigers ahead with her power-
house layups. The Tigers were led by coaches
Gayle Rankin and Rico Atherly. The Tigers all
worked hard and pulled together to make this
a winning season for the fifth year in a row. In
addition, to top off the year, the Lady Tigers
won the tournament for the first time since its
inception five years ago,



Jodi Chisolm takes her defensive stance against the Cougars,



Christine Will battles the floor for control of the ball




V



All-Isthmian player. Jessica Layne goes up and over for two points

Dig Gorton, Allison Hoffman and two Devils, get set to battle for control of
the basketball.




BOy£ T£Nm



A TeoM Witk OeiOtA



Unfortunately, this year's boys tennis season was also
cut short due to Operation Just Cause. Our boys only
got to play three matches and even though they lost
all three, the spirit remained. This was a small, yet
diligent and committed team of ambitious, young
men. Coach Grubbs kept up the fighting spirit along
with super managers, Christine Will and Tricia Hanan. I
guess you'll just have to get them next year, guys!
Good luck!




Great drop shot, Shawn!




(L to R): Coach Grubbs. tricia Hanan, Mequil Medina, Kalid Saker, Shawn Fritz, Kenneth
Palumbo, Kent Grubbs, Carmelo Blanquicett, Christine Will Not pictured: Angel Figueroa, Ariel
Keith, Shannon Ternes



Ace him, Kenneth!




Ariel's crafty backhand!



An an all out servel



Oh, that slice servel



70




A G)uipeWh/e> ^eaioK



This was a tough fighting season for our ferocious fight-
ing girls. They ended up as 3 and 5 for the kind of
disappointing season. I guess these girls were used to
being undefeated, and why not? The tournament is
yet to come and the team predicts strong competi-
tion in the doubles bracket. It was great having two,
wonderful coaches, Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Oliver be-
cause that individual attention was there. What a
team!



As you can see, Allison's not in position!




Front row (L to R), Carrie Singer, Debbie Price, Ctiristine Will, Bev Teal,
Tamara Lawyer, Jennifer Light, Back row (L to R): Mrs. Hoffman,
Lutcia Pedersen, Jessica Loyne, Allison Hoffman. Danielle Tesch, Jen-
nifer Rankin, Lori Vega, Kasma Sobers, Mr. Oliver




Lutcia strokes with power!



Watch the double space, Jennifer!



That wicked bockhond!



71



GIRLC WCCER

A New, VeC Qiemkfid £po



This was the first year for a girls soccer team and even
though the season was cut in half, it was successful
with two wins and two ties. We feel this is due to the
great coaching of Coach Oliver and Mr. Rigby, but
with great coaching, comes a great team of an ag-
gressive, attacking offense, an impenetrable defense,
goalies like walls, and a ready and willing bench. The
bruised legs, taped ankles, and pulled muscles were
forgotten in the mental intensity and physical drive of
maneuvering towards another goal. The reward of
being champions will have to wait until next year!




Let's get serious, girls!!







v-^




M



;***'



Front Row: (L to R) Stxaron May. Misty Londrum, Ana Pedersen. Cathy McDoniel. JoAnno Reynolds. Debbie Price. Lori Vega, Lili
Borseino. Joce Borsellino, Bev Teal, Back Row (L to R) Mr Oliver. Pepper Grimmett. Jodi Chisolm, Dig Gorton. Jenny Price.
Jennifer Rankm. Lisa Vego. Ruth Benttez, Jessica Layne, Jennifer Vincent, Carrie Singer, Carol Gillespie




>



She's coming

through! ^^^ } :'



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Go for it, Lili!




Kick her, Jennifer!



Jennifer and Bev-Halftime pep talk!




That "Debbie Control"!



Lisa and Misty worm up together!




k*




Great Joke,
Coach!



.^liv '1^ i



^-




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Concentrate, Carrie!



73



OPERATION "JU^TCAU^E



II



DeceMdm 20, J 989
Tiap U l/\/at

Clock strikes twelve.

The milky face of nigtit.

Is at tip-toeing height.

In this stillness,

A blazing inferno erupted,

A roaring metal beast, silence

disrupted.
Startled, confused.
They weaved their way through trails

of town.
The ghost from the battle
Rises above the shadowy waters,
His red eyes of war
"Trace" through December-disturbed

sky.
He roamed the sky, later faded.
Heroic soldiers fought on.
They bent, but never were broken.
"23" is now our silent token.
We played in the hands of war.
I saw what happened;
And I will not argue.
He clenches his fists .
And there he traps you.

Tito Thomas




^aii



LCM's which we used for our evacuation drill were used for real. These soldiers loaded up and went
across the bay to Colon, where heavy gunfire could be heard.



Down the street from CHS, a factory underwent heavy firing and then caught
on fire. As you can see, there was extensive damage done.

Two soldiers are going through the remains of the barracks across the street
from the School of Americas in Gulick.





Due to the ttireat of looters, one of our CHS students, Mike Waked, guards
his family store in the Free Zone,







Soldiers, which lived in the school, now await for their next order. Mean-
while, they sit in the shade, some keep to themselves while others talk to
their fellow servicemen.



The PDF Marina in Coco Solo was fired upon by a Gatlin gun. On the sign in
the background, you can see one of Noriega's famous sayings, "Ni un
paso atras." The structure of the building is exactly the some as our school
1 but CHS was untouched




PARADI^ FIE^TA-FOR A 'MT CAU^"









^^



Since Eric and Honorine are tired of riding the Bomber, Gianno tries
to convince Ponell to ride it one more time.



Corey. Jenny, Debbie, and James ore oil smiles before the ride, but
did anyone see them after the ride?

Since Mr. Grubbs can't catch ducks very well, he starts telling fish
stories, but once again. Ms Lancaster doesn't believe him.



Adrianne and Dienneka model clothes from Hispanic countries.



Are these guys working or playing with the prizes? Who knows what
7th graders are up to

76




FOOD, m, FASHION, R/PE^, MUaC, MFMORIFt





Who's in charge of the Duck Pond Operation?

Kevin and Lane model the popular "My Name is Panama"
shirts.



Why is it that the cook, Ariel, looks sad while Ricky smiles?
Meanwhile, Kevin has Mr, Wrigt's meat-on-stick all picked
out.



The Bomber, the most popular ride this year, takes some
CHS students for a bumpy ride.



77



w

A

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vl



not maxk Uete itudmH Hmdijl



FAMOUS: m SAYINGS



WltatUe. dei/d
EiH, \/aitui le, Aaiha
Ok mf gtaii

Dotit f(Mget ifoM booh M, iiutiC nje/ukMq
Que, Palo

Due, tr w eiectkidtif, uidn, etb. leieoi uiiM be, duuiued U 15 muSii
G.I. Ui^L
Tuu^d He BLUB ROUTED ofJy

Beep, Beep, Beep, PML U Im, effect. Limit mc^feMetdl, exexcUe adtaxe

cauUoK, aifoid amgiegdluy U wige giMpl.



sT GOLDEN AND BLUE MEMORIES OP 1 989-1 990



A/
A



OpexatioK Juit eaue, DeceMhen 20,

1989

inUuuMa "tie, HoMeeomM^ game agauUtHe,

Cougaxi
Tie BviAn WcM FoJfiMq
Gvih Bailcetbatt Team being Uulefedted

m, rifik leM ut a Rovi
Tke faihd, toup aOeupt agaiiUC pwiCdeiit

AtfuiMo^ iM, Hut rlumpinei
OouibuH Fo^iiuil
TumoMieM, £quMe, (m, Cldna
Befov, He, iMi/aiUm, He, LCM Evacudm,



t>vM

Tlie, Ouunh&ng of Comnuuuim, i* EailffM

Ewwpe,
Tie Gl Auemhij
HuMiauu, Hugo
VabtSiMe, DaMe, 90 ipotUoieJ, bg He, 9H





N



#1 PIZZA

ASawfO



^OM, f
PaJd&Mg iM, He, Caguto Rate

Nekon, MemdeSa, being w&aied (iim, piiUon,

iM, CouH, Afiuca
Tie, iuppofit flout He ioi&exi at out, iciooc



FAVORITE FOODS OF CHS STUDENTS

Anxte Con poSir
kuthwigffU

kpaqluM
eMpcmada

ckocoidtie,

iteak



POPULAR MNGOUK

GdBjjn, Yatit Clih

ikt, RcuMf

Tie, LaiuliMq

Oen/iA BeMk

Tim, Dtti/H Movie, TltaHet

Doi/ii Gijm

Tke, Oai/U Clth

Tie, pool OK EipiMM ot, Dai/U

Tie, bout&ng aluifj m Pt. EipiMox,




FA\/ORIT£ MOmC




# l'"Look Wluti Ta&iMg" wiOt KinfflA 4% (ud

JoliM, Tnm/om



F/WOPITB WNGS:

# 1 Blme, it on. He, RaiM, -MiM, VomM
Potion -A&K Coop&t
Back to Lite, Sou/ & iiu*
DoM^exMi -Roxette,
Eicapcuk -Jtmet JackioK
Oppoii&i AOkact -Pauia, Abdul
Houie on Fixe,
uunhada

PuMp up He, Jam,
Itlitlcei TuJo



RaiM, Mati

Bdliium,

HaxieM NigliU

Dead PoeU S^oeieSf

PaxeMOuood

CotniM^ & Amauat,

Letkal IVeapoH, II

HoMtf. I ^ixunk tie, Kidi

WkeM, f^awuj Met Qallij



GIRU/BOYS:
VOLLEYBALL

A S^lu)^ yet ^uceeiifui ^eaim



Although they were waylaid by a shortened season
due to the political situation, (the Panamanian elec-
tions), the volleyball teams were already off to a
successful start. Mrs. Rankin's girls stood undefeated
at 4-0, while Ms. Stauring's boys were 2-2. The girls
team was awarded the championship trophy be-
cause they were in 1st place when the season end-
ed.




Front Row (L to R): Jennifer Rankin, Cathy McDaniel, Jodi Chisholm, Dienneka Gorton,
Jesse Dawson. Back Row (L to R): Kothy Dawson, Stephanie Wilson, Jessica Layne,
Allison Hoffman, Kindra Rankin, Karen Rankin, Coach Rankin. (Not pictured, manag-
ers: Dolores Ramirez, Tamara Lawyer, Amy Cheung.)



"^"^'"^





1
1



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80




Allison Hoffman concentrates on getting the volleyball over the
net after long hours of practice

"That's my ball," yells Dienneka Gorton, as she bends over to get
the ball



Front row (L to R): Corey Grubbs, Ricky Walker. Matt Readett. Roel
Walker. Verri Acevedo, Adonicio Hartley, Back row (L to R): Coach
Bridget Stauring, Kevin Pantoja, Kaled Saker. Gio Feoli. Joel Saenz,
Juan Lu. Henry Josephs. Jody Todhunter. Darrell Canamos,



Vern Acevedo
decides
whether he
should move
up or back a
step in

anticipation ot
the opponents
serve.




Darrell Canamos wonders whether he should use his power
serve or his 100% serve as he prepares for the match point.



icky Walker and Coach Stauring are very much involved in a high-intensity gome,
tatt Readett assures Coach Stauring, and the fans, that the boll was out of bounds.



81




^i




Boys BASKETBALL



The 1989-1990 boys basketball team under the
coaching of W.T. Johnson, were only able to play
three games due to the political problems which
faced Panama. The problems hit the athletic program
really hard because teams were not able to travel
across the isthmus. Despite the many problems, this
team \a on with their mental attitudes.



£^m.



Kevin moves everyone out of the way with his lool< of determination
and dribbling ability.



Wow! What a jump, but the Tigers take the reboundl

Physical shape is necessary for this highly challenging game.

Todd waits for his teammate to get open so he can pass the boll.



82




strike him out, Greg, but don't forget tlie runner on first basel



Look up, Wallyl





ont row (L to R) Angel Keith. Roberto Figueroo, Rofoel Galarza. Bryan Richardson. Juan Palbo Galeano. James
Dwell. Carlos Hern. Angel Figueroa, Jennefer Vincent, tulanager Bacl< row (L to R) Jose Chue. Coach Elliott,
ent Grubbs. Roberto Rook. Greg Gehnnger. Todd Cranor. Cooliie Evans. Don Howell. Wally Amador. Kenneth
alumbo. Cooch Will



BA^^BALL



A Oukcdted Team,



This team is to be known as the dedicated team for
the 1990 baseball season. Even with many losses, the
spirit, determination, and hard work remained. Coach
Elliott and Coach Will did a great job and their loyalty
to the team was seen in their faces. CHS is proud of this
unique team!




Concentration is the key, James!



What form; Don!



83



Captain Jesse Dawson and Co-captain Emilia Coles escort their "beat up
opponent" during the jamboree pep rally



NCA Caiup, ^umH, ^km, S^pOut, ^peciJ ^uad



It took a lot of hard work, time, and many hours of fundrois-
ing, to accomplish their goal, but they did it !! The 1989-
1990 cheerleoding squad went to the NCA cheerleading
camp at the University of South Florida, The girls worked
very hard perfecting cheers, stunts, and learning many skits
to increase spirit at pep assemblies and games. The squad
even won the coveted spirit stick for their outstanding spirit
and teamwork. The girls, coach Bonnie Seeley, sponsor
Penny Conomos, and manager Jennifer Rankin believe that
camp was a very special experience and helped the squad
come bock stronger and more spirited than ever.




Joce wonders

if Mrs Seeley

really expects

her to do five

bacl
JoAnna

Reynolds and

Dyonne

Conamas

exhibit their

flexability with

pride





^>,



1^-




The CHS cheerleaders were wild and crazy at the
NCA camp



84





Front row (L to R): JoAnna Reynolds. Adrianne
Holmes, Second row (L to R): Anabella Pedersen,
Co-Captain, Emilia Coles, Joce Borsellino, Dyonne
Canomas Back row (L to R): Manager, Jennifer Ran-
kin, Captain, Jesse Dawson, Mascot, Deborahi Ra-
bago, Vicki Seeley, Coacti, Bonnie Seeley.




Cheerleading mascot Deborah Rabago tias ttie
true "TIGER." look!

Due to electrical difficulties during the first game of
the season, the cheerleaders saved the day by
keeping the fans and football players entertained.




Vicki Seeley gets a head start training her sister
Darlene as o future CHS cheerleader.



The cheerleaders felt awesome after winning the
spirit stick at NCA camp.



85













1


OrnqKcllilcSiimk tir owo
ijownq moK. We, cm ic
pKoid of ijoa,

Love,, Mtm cud Ocd


^ 7^ M dmgOix, CHRISTINE, ojdH^dU of 90.

The fear of the Lord
is the beginning of wisdom
And knowledge of God
is understanding.

Incline your ear to wisdom
and apply your heart
to understanding

Then, when wisdom enters your heart
and knowledge is pleasant to your soul
discretion will preserve you,
and understanding will keep you.

God bless you all. With love and best wishes.
Mom and Dad (The Will's) J^




Jimmy,

Enjoy the sea for it is
yours to work, to play to
love. Enjoy the waves
for they are good treat
it with respect and it will
be worth giving to yours.
DAD


TO AU TIGERS! 1

CoKuj Hi Tiga, ipixit uikouex,
ijou, gir, omi tjoit, uiiM iuaxed U
uikdlJueK, ifoa do.

Coaei, RaiJcUi,


COREY, as you take off again, keep that same determination
you had as a toddler learning to ride his new 2 wheeler. We
celebrated as you finally did it, weaving back and forth down
the path. We smiled from ear to ear. and as you turned your
head back to share our joy, you crashed Into a palm tree, then
we rescued you COREY, the road becomes tougher, and the
obstacles harder. Don't be afraid to pick yourself up and try
again, and again. We know you can do it. God loves you and so
do we.

Mom and Dad






CONGRATULATIONS
Todd!

We are so proud
knowing whatever
challenges life has
to offer, you will
accept them with
dignity and pride.
We know that you
will be very
successful; we will
always stand
behind you and be
there when you
need us.
We Love You,
Mom, Dad, Adam,
Matthew




LIU-"Heaven isn't too far away. We'll find our way." Warrant
CHRIS-"They call us problem child It's written on the wall,

WE ARE THE YOUTH GONE WILD." -Skid Row
WENDY-"We sit and watch the (helicopters) fly over, WE GO

CRAZY. WE GO CRAZY. WE GO CRAZY."
ALLISON-"lt don't get too easy but I'll never stop believing In

you. "-Debbie Gibson
"It's a tragedy for me to see the dream is over and 1 never will
forget the day we met . GIRLS, I'M GONNA MISS YOU"-Milli
Vanilli

Love Always,
Jesse




CONGRATULATIONS TO TAMARA! ^^^jlH JFwI

1990 MARKS A SPBCIAL YEAR IN OUR LIVES. Tm YEAR YOU COMPLETE YOUR m^ SCHOOL STUDIES AND
START YOUR COLLEGE WORK THAT WILL EVENTUALLY DETERMINE YOUR FUTURE PATH.TUIS YEAR YOU
CHANGE FROM THE LITTLE BABY THAT WE CARRIED HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL SO FEW YEARS AGO. TO A
MATURE YOUNG WOMAN WITH INDEPENDENT GOALS AND THINKING. NOW WE CAN ONLY Ol-I-ER YOU ADVICE
WHEN ASKED.IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE WATCHING AND HELPING YOU GROW. YOU ARE THE ONLY THING OF
ANY REAL VALUE THAT WE WILL LEAVE THIS WORLD.IT IS YOUR GENERATION THAT MUST CORRECT THE
MISTAKES OF OURS YOU WILL NOW HAVE TO MAKE THE DECISIONS CONCERNING WAR, POVERTY, HEALTH
THE ENVIRONMENT, AND EVEN THE STARS YOUR FUTURE STUDIES SHOULD HELP YOU WITH THIS AND IF GOD
IS WILLING. WE WILL HAVE THE CONTINUED PLEASURE OF BEING WITH YOU AS YOU MAKE YOUR PERSONAL
IMPACT ON HISTORY. WITH LOVE AND RESPECT FOR THE FINE YOUNG LADY YOU HAVE BECOME,

,^ MOM AND DAD




OA^^ OF '90

Mij dneam, ^* ifou,:
You,i/e> hem an, ideM amki
CctllMUA aitiajfi, tir duue>
(deaf u&ai, laHex, Han,
pel% i/uuni. Tie, cAaie, U
wo^a, oM kft.
Bevextf Hoffman,
SouM ipotum



CATHY,

KEEP GROWim

IN Mm.

BODY. AND

mmii



Lxn/e,, M


cud ^lielia




ALUWN



Joif U ouK uioiul foi tjom, fxvitiM, owe w/ei. Heittcumj,
btitjoiffiSf u)e> leid ifoti on 1i- ifowv HMf ceaS'uilloii of
bft. Maif ijou, aiuicuji b>uMg Godijo cxedtJed, but iom&utiei, Joif mi woml. ^

Mom, Dcd, c6(t, cud Ida



Pi




'eao



We found this poem, and it is exactly l^ow we feel.



One of the greatest joys in life

That one can ever know,

is to have a tiny precious son

And watch that small child grow.

From frogs kept in your pockets,

to bruised knees that brougt tears;

Darrell, our pride in you has grown

As we've watched you through the years.

And now that you have reached manhood

And we must let you go;

Remember that we love you, Darrell,

Just how much you'll never know.



Love

Mom and Dad




LIU



TluuJa 1 ijoM pexii^iMX' Uxoagi, eacA auL ei/vuj kaua,, Todcuj,
Lih, ifou, vceu/e, ijoux, (kptoma cmd ijowl HuiK. Be, miMOtd lumJ i/ea
UMied Han, out uiluit Hey teptaaiti OokV let i/oM tfuat foH,
fiMMihidqi etd VuMqk (joM dm/i dticfuioc axe, ipetit.

Pad, Mtm, atud biutkexk




YEam.

TU qofdeM, ijean luue mv)
awuved uiliici, leaned bke,
JuiC a, diveam, heme,. Hold
out ijoM lumd omd you,
vi'Jt fiid God U Husu, vidik
you,.

Love,, Mom,, Pad, Pa&i,
KdHia, Jett, SliUli,



Senior Class of 1990

Congratulations to a
class which has already
attained a higher goal by
welcoming Teresa into
your hearts.

May your lives be en-
riched as you have en-
riched Teresa's and ours
by wanting her to be part
of the graduation cere-
monies. All the best!

The Johnston Family



COmRATULATIOI^S:

TRICIA m ARE

PROUP OP YOU.

Love,; Mom,, Pad,

railoj, TuJof, and

Paijpex,



87



KA£m '90

YOU ARB A VBRY
mOAL PERWN
RBMBMB9R, WE

WILL always: BB

W9RB FOR YOU.

MR. & MRL

ROGBUO I/.

WBERS




congratulations:

KAmA '90

MAY ALL YOUR UNDERTAKINGS: BE

FRUITFUL, WE LOI/E YOU

Mouc (ud Dad




r&akoMt uioiuk cm hkb a
tumiifcomh iuieelJkm to^ Ua
kotd oud liealSlU to- Ua bodff
Cot(qndSdcSjmk KA£MA
vum ijowt GodMiodjeK,,
Mm. FoiUvv



KA^MA

EXITOS: EN W RJTURO

CARR9RA.

a^. Y a^A. nrzROY &

FAMILY



CONGRATULATIONS

KAmA

MAY ALL YOUR ORE A M£

COME TRUE.
MR. aEMENT BERNARD



CONGRATULATIONS

KASMA &
Tf/E CLASS OF 1990.
MR. HECTOR BECKER



KASMA

OIOS TE BENDIGA Y TE

DE

SABIOURIA SON LOS

OESEOS OE:

CR CARLOS FERRUFINO




KASMA

IT ONLY TAKES BELIEF

FAITH, AND CONFIDENCE

TO BECOME A STAR

CONGRATULATIONS

YOU HAVE BECOME A

STAR.

LOVE VANESSA



KAmA

And above' oM%eit pdtm
we,, uilu/ik biMuk ei/exfjUiiy
HgeOuffo in p&ffect Iim-
mtuf. -CJaiiim 3:14
GmX' & PouAmi, Jamdt
BkooI^k, NY.




CONGRATULATIONS:
KAmA

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND
YOUR PROGRESS THROUGH LIFE!!

Rufui, Me&Ua, & Raklud




^



BUENA SUERTE A

KASMA Y A LA

CLASE DE 1990.

SR YSRA. R

RODRIGUEZ Y FAMILY



IVcH, but uiUku foi a kafpif
and kucceufut futme,.

HAPPY GRADUATION

Rita J. Hawuf



KASMA

Beit u/Uiei foH, Ha fuitJm,
Ml. and Mia. JoluuuA PluMpi



CONGRATULATIONS

KASMA

MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS

BECOME A REALITY.

Giadijl and Rupvit Bwkfovl



Kaima,

You, luu/e, bem a bnuujuit and

fuM, itidaitlir luu/e, U (xaU.

Good Ludc iM, evvufHuM^ ijou,

di,.

Mk. Pld Hewuj



1^^



When any of you ore struggling with life, remember our
mothers' tall daughters, humor, cultural diversities and faith. And even
though we know its time to soy goodbye, we will always
be together because we are forever friends. Love Allison






I m/n Hoaglitlluit' I wouM fcud iuei, a, iputiai ptAionac, ai
uiea ai piu>ftikumal, f ftA oLiOfjl beiMg UeK fot meJl Love^, Leigi, Aim,



Dorreil,

We've had many arguments in
the past '13 years, but yet we've
had our fun. We had a sister-
brother relationship unlike others
The way you stuck up for me in
every little quarrel. This year was
the hardest to overcome the fear
of missing you, but it still isn't over. I
wish you tfie best in the future and
never forget your little sister.

Love you. Dyonne



Dedications To

CZ Brats Song

Generals Zonian! (by Asko) Walking on the

Thufman and Makin a Mess Edge

Noriego (Skid Row) (Scorpions)

Seniors

Thonks for everyttiing Mom. Dad. friends, and

teachersi Love. Ctiristine



Peach, my best friend and trea-
sure of love: Thank you for the
wonderful letters and long dis-
tance phone calls. They helped
me through some difficult times. I
LOVE YOUl Jesse



Sticie,, Tucia, out CmOuj,

Ttuuikijou, kcr mucL foH, (miatjk being Ume, ton, me, cmd uuJcutg me, umqk. uilieM,
I uiadedHf ouj. We, luu/eilaixedio^ MM^1hMgi1iyeOim,cudgme,1ixougli,lir
umtk. I we, (jou, aa tud ei/en Uouglt, uJe wiabe, mim afxvit, it uie, iDotJc load
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smiling as you are now.
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A Vase of Roses

A vase of plastic roses.

Red and pink, yellow and even blue

Graced the bookcase by my desk

For years. Slowly fading.

Buds loosening from the stems

Drooping,

Dusty and disconsolate.

Toward the disarray of

Files and papers And memorabilia,

Accumulating right beside them there.

Peacock plumes.

Multicolored

Fringed and frayed.

Framed the flower arrangement.

Rising from behind the roses
Toward the picture hung above;

I would discard them.

Vase and all. But like an old friend,

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Comforting to me

Than something new could ever be.

Thus we age together.

My flowers and I,

And when I clean my desk

On that last day.

They will be waiting there.

For me to then decide.

To throw them out or

Leave for someone else to

Muse upon.

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Raul Barrera, Sergeant

George Brathwaite, Sergeant

Leonard Brown, Sergeant

Eugenio Bryan, Sergeant

Reinaldo Clarke, Sergeant

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Rodolfo Francis. Lieutenant

Ricardo Forde, Bat, Chiief
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Title: Caribbean
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Cristobal High School
Publisher: Yearbook House
Place of Publication: Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date: 1990
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Yearbook
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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
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Activities
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
    Classes
        Page 27
    Seniors
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Juniors
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Sophomores
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
    Freshmen
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
    Junior high
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
    Faculty
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
    Sports
        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
    Advertising
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
    Back Matter
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
    Back Cover
        Page 107
        Page 108
Full Text








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DED2ICA TION


THEN ...


NOW ...


The 1990 Caribbean was unanimously dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Grubbs because they are not on l dedicated teachers. Out are also committed to
excellence outside of school.
Mr and Mrs. Grubbs met each other as sophomores at Kearney High School. They both attended William Jewel College in Missouri Mrr Grubos
majored in Math and Physical Education and played college football. Mrs. Grubbs majored in Musc at William Jewel College ana Iren transferred to
the University of Alabama and majored in Home Economics. Mrs. Grubbs enjoyed singing in the Glee Club and performing in various plays
Now at C H S. they not only keep busy as teachers, but as parents. They have two sons. Corey and Kent Core, is a senior inis year and has been
involved in the Ocean to Ocean Cayuco Race, tennis and volleyball. Kent is in the 8th grade and is involvea in tennis, neavyweignt football ana
er.io,: C rt ;rig in the band. Kent was also voted as the 7th grade class favorite last year. Mr. Grubbs is very active in coaching and refereeing, while
r. Grcr.:' ,' very active with coordinating yearbook sales and not only supporting her kids sports, but every sport held at C.H.S.
These two teachers real, add to C.H.S. with their wonderful teaching and just plain kindness to all students.
-Beverly Teal
2 THANKS FOR EVERYTHING! -Allison Hoffman




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Hall. Lili. Joce and Todd take advantage
of an unusual sunny day during the rainy
season.








During lunch, Jesse. Christine and Lill
get in their last minute studying
time for their 4984 essay test.

Shawn replenishes his Vitamin C as
Adel. Ariel and Coach Elliott watch
the excited fans run onto the field.




















Most students study on weekdays,
but weekends are times for swim-
ming and snorkeling.







Honorine. Sharon. Mari, Sonya, Ivi and Kathy came to
cheer the Tigers on to victory, but instead, they are eating
their way to victory.
Jennifer, Carmen and Tania catch up with the latest gos-
sip.
Does it get any better than this?


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Gio gives Gianno a little "brotherly" advice.

8th grader. Jennifer. assists the Senior Class President. Tricia, with the
cotton candy fundraiser.


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Coaches Elliott and Will ignore the injured players as referee
Hoffman assures the coaches that he is in charge.


Lena and Tanya relax before the long bus ride back to Ft. Sherman.
"Girls just wanna' have fun!!"


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.. Sitting from L to R: Anthony
S Leleaux, Aiberto Mizarachi,
1st row: Manuel Love, Javier
Santamaria. Lissette Mool-
chan, Dig Gorton, Cathy
McDaniel, Darrell Canamas,
I JM. Crystal Klein. 2nd row: Paul
SPederson, Tamara Lawyer,
Sl Jimmy Brown. Eddie Curtis. Lili
Borsellino, Karen Kirby, Nancy
Tiblier. 3rd row: Stella Wal-
lace, Ariel Keith, Kasma
SSobers, Erika King. Jesse
a Dawson, Julie Steele, Marc
Boggs.














This picture was taken at Coco Solo Elementary
School, These 6th graders are now seniors. Can
you identify Tricia Hanan, Corey Grubbs, Ken-
neth Gillespie, Greg Gehringer. Allison Hoffman
and Gio Feoli?


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CHS prepares for combat!


Angel, what
are you up
to?


Lane Any look through tnat catalog when you nave the
Armv and Air Force Excnange Service catalog?


William Price obeys Mr. Renno's orders to get
study materials during PML DELTA,








We've got spirit yes we do, we've got spirit how
'bout you?


Are Wendy and Adrianne smiling because of happiness or frustration, while
they attempt to be successful homemakers?


Ian waits patiently to check-out films at the Davis Shoppette.

James pauses before plunging into the cool pool.


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Jennifer and Gianno beg for money to support CHS.
Making eyes at the guys again, Kasma?

Who says that JROTC is all work and no play?

Satn,. Lisa, Dyonne and the dangerous driver Adrianne,
cruise to the beach in the VW.


Bryan, Shown and Todd have different ways of coping with stress.


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Team members exhibit their heightened spirit during the
Jamboree pep rally.

Tiffany. Jamie and Maria practice good etiquette during
home economics.


Are we really missing school for this?


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Steve O,Neal is content now that Anth-
ony's pizza has arrived on the Atlantic
Side.

Are these junior high students afraid that
they will never see land again?


Wendy and George catch up on Mrs Hoffman's Englsn assignment during
the evacuation.


Joce gives a roar of confidence as Roland
looks on with amusement.




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The hardworking CHS Varsity Cheerleaders, always full of
spunk and full of smiles,
Don't worry. Tigers are happy!


THIE SPIRIT OF JAMBORE ...


A fo/-yea* o/k AtWidou

The 1989 jamboree with the bursting spint and strong support of football
players, coaches. cheerleaders, and loyal fans. was a huge success de-
spite the threat of cancellation due to PML Charlie The last quarter was
Cnstobal s victory against Red Machine Greg Gehrnger. #27, scored the
winning touchdown and led CHS to a 6-0 victory
Jamboree not only provided a social event for CHS, and the community,
but also for the proud and ready U S Military forces residing within the great
walls of CHS. This years Jamboree will be held dear in the hearts of all who
attended. It will be an especially warm memory for senior football players,
cheerleaders, and our Jamboree Queen, Lilibeth Borsellino, who were all a
special part of this annual Golden Tradition.
-Yecencia N. Dawson
Activities Editor


Loyal CHS fans wait in arr.coat'r.n for the winning touch-
down
The -ingr.i, defense attacks the Bulldog quarterback.
Jamboree Queen. Lili Borsellino, a senior at CHS, enjoys
spending time with her family and friends. Her hobbies are
reading, A.w'r r,' and hanging out with friends Lili's future
plans are to attend college in Florida and major in busi-
ness





















There is tension, anxiousness, and motivation in the air as the mighty CHS Tigers take the field at Jamboree.
Kent and Shannon happily watch the Tigers beat
the Red Machine.


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The 40th annual Jamboree was dedi-
cated to the spirited Nina Miller. Is she a
Tiger, or is she a Tiger?
Spirited JoAnna Reynolds reaches higher
for the blue and gold,
The sophomore class won the "beat up
your opponent" contest at the pep rally
as they showed the students what hap-
pens to the Red Machine when the Tigers
are through with them.


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The Student Association (SA) is made up of
the SA officers and class representatives *
working hard to accomplish several goals. '
The officers are selected to voice the views
of the whole student body. The officers and
representatives produce jamboree, pow-
der puff, and homecoming, as well as, .--. .-
keeping track of fundraisers throughout the
school. This year there were many changes '
and improvements in CHS making it onward
to excellence.

Kasma Sobers
Organizations Editor -.

Standing: Pepper Grimmett, Dyonne Canamas, Lisa Vega, Christine Will, Adrianne Holmes,
Jesse Dawson, Paul Pedersen, Todd Cranor, Sponsor, Corinne Weidenthal. Kneeling: Laura
Kraemer. Jamie Pritts, Jennifer Eckel, John Sangiovanni, Ricky Walker

















President Christine Will gives
her vote for PEACE!
SA OFFICERS: President,
Christine Will, Secretary, Jes-
se Dawson. Treasurer.
Adrianne Holmes, Vice-Presi-
dent, Ricky Walker
Treasurer Adrianne Holmes
and representative Dyonne
Canamas know that selling
coca cola is a big money
maker during Jamboree.
Secretary Jesse Dawson
shows her support for the
football team before they
get ready for the 40th annu-
al Jamboree game.






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Echo Company (L to R): Ricky Walker, Reel Walker. Manuel Valdes, Kasma Sobers. Nathan
Gillespie, Damaris Arcia, Tarvois Woods. Angel Figueroa. Gloria Livingston, Ariel Keith, Daniel
Bonilla, Steve O'Neal, Angel Keith, Russell Paine, John Sangiovanni. Kevin Pantoja. Shown Fritz,
Cesar Rincon, Andres Flores. Francisco Burac. SAI: SFC Crumpler. Al: SSG Sanchez


JROTC

D9e6(4 Leaal'ur4, Duci-&n,
Ilatik& Aid Co6age

The first JROTC mission is,to motivate young
people to become better Americans. This is
done by teaching courses that emphasize de-
velopment of leadership qualities such as initia-
tive, discipline, courage, and responsibility. This
program also has activities which challenge
strength and courage. These activities include
airborne and waterborne orientation. Finally,
JROTC is a program which demands excel-
lence from all of the cadets.


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Staff Members: Company Commander, ILT Ricky Walker;
ISG, MSG Manuel Valdes; Supply NCO. CPL Ariel Keith; SP
NCO, CPL Kevin Pantoja; Admin NCO, SSG Kasma Sobers;
X.O. 1SG Roel Walker. (Not pictured Training NCO. SSG
Jessica Layne.
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Bushmaster: It is a group of courageous cadets looking for a physical challenge. Go for it!


Drill Team: Front row (L to R): Ricky Walker, Shown Fritz Back row (L to R): Roel Walker, Manuel
Valdes, Ariel Keith, Kevin Pantoja


Color Guard Attention! Now. Smile!


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CARIBBEAN STAFF

SuCwwI Of Tkif iFtia
This past year has been a year to remember; the major
event of the year being Operation Just Cause and the final
capture of the merciless Noriega. Since "Just Cause" hap-
pened December 20th, five days from Christmas, the sea-
son was not as cheerful with all the fighting and dying.
Christmas vacation lasted a month instead of the normal
two weeks, and with no final exams, the staff was ready
and relaxed to work on the yearbook. But "Just Cause" set
our deadlines back, so that we could only skim by with
getting our yearbooks out in June, instead of the pre-
planned date of May.

It was an especially hard year to keep the staff in an
enthusiastic mood. But I would like to thank the staff for
doing their best to get deadlines in on time. I would also like
to thank Mr. Wright for being patient and spending many
hours in the darkroom developing all those pictures for the
yearbook. Also, I would like to thank the yearbook advisor,
Ms. Lancaster, for helping me out so many times. Calling the
photographer to find out where the senior pictures were,
and sometimes, even finding out where the photographer
was!, and for hanging in there, even when times were
rough.

Through all of this, Allison and I have survived! This year was
definitely an exciting one, especially since I am a senior. I
look forward to college and the opportunities that await
me. Future, here we come!

-Tamara Lawyer
Editor


Putting a yearbook together is very hard work, not to mei
tion hectic. I will never forget the time when Ms. Lancasti
and I went to Ft. Davis to get pizza, drop off film, and the
return to school by 3:30 to work on a yearbook deadline.
did not turn out that way. On our way back, Ms. Lancaster
car broke down and we returned to school at 4 30 wi
cold pizza, hot sodas, and a yearbook deadline to face
Not only was the yearbook staff busy throughout the yec
but other people who contributed were also busy. I person
ally want to thank Mr. Wright for those numerous hou
spent in the dark room. It seemed like if I asked him for th
pictures, he would nod and say, "Allison, do you reali2
what hard work developing pictures is," and then he wou
give me a synopsis of his weekend and he would nevo
leave out his golf games with my dad. When Mr. Wright hc
developed the pictures, he would not just give them to rr
but he would also give me a lecture on how to develc
pictures. If you ever have had Mr. Wright in class, you kno
how much he likes to tell stories. Mr. Wright is a great guy 1
have around. Thanks for all your hard work.
I also want to thank Mrs. Grubbs and Mrs. Will for getting th
ads necessary to pay for the yearbook. Ads are touC
enough to get, but they also had to deal with the ca:
problem due to the political situation.
I want to thank Ms. Lancaster for all of her help. She was n4
a sideline sponsor, but rather, she was always part of tt
action. When we were all frustrated and stressed out, sr
was always there to alleviate the pressures of a yearboc
deadline. Even though this yearbook will be in the sunset
my past, Ms. Lancaster's kindness and inspiration will alwa
be a part of the dawn of my future.
-Allison Hoffmc
Assistant Edit


Fundraising is an important aspect of being a yearbook advisor. Ms. Lan-
caster contributes her fast food, hamburger flipping, expertise as she
works in the concession stand to raise money during Homecoming.




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(L to R): Adrianne Holmes. Bev Teal, Jesse Dawson, Advisor
Leigh Ann Lancaster, Emilia Coles, Stacie Poison, Allison Hoff-
man, Lena Eldridge, Lili Borsellino, Tricia Hanan, Kasma Sobers,
Tamara Lawyer, Jodi Chisolm, Kevin Akers


Cathy McDaniel teases Emilia Coles who is taking a break from the pressure of deadlines.

Yearbook photographer, Kevin Akers, pauses to change film before he goes back to work.



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Jennifer Eckel listens to Joce Borsellino's idea about the "Just Cause"
section.
Allison Hoffman helps Bev Teal line up the copysheet to type the tennis
page.































Three of CHS's most spirited: Ariel Keith. Ms. Wei-
denthal, and Jesus Tejeira on Hippie Day.


HOMECOMING

.. Day C.tbd YqA4
Banl Coupga P"e. .


It has been years since CHS has won its
homecoming game. This Tiger victory
certainly will be one occasion to re-
member. Tigers gave Cougars their
only loss as CHS finished the game 20-
13. The scorers for the exciting event,
with the teams help, were Greg Geh-
ringer, Bryan Richardson and Darrell
Canamas. As the team, fans, and
cheerleaders, pulled tightly together,
a Tiger dream was made a reality. At
the end of the tear-jerking game, stu-
dents, players, cheerleaders, coaches,
and parents cheering and celebrating,
proceeded into the school, rocking it
with echoes of happiness. Without a
doubt, that Panama night and winning
season shall forever remain etched in
our hearts as a glorious "Moment in
Time." ... The victory bell, endlessly,
rings yet ...


Pre-homecoming clownin' around!


Homecoming Court: Wendy. Allison, Jesse, Chris, Lili, READY TO HAVE FUN!! All smiles from the Homecoming Court and their escorts at the pep rail

Queen
Christine Will
and her
escorts. Darrell
Canamas and
Gio Feoli, at
the 1989
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mourning freshmen on the day "Cristobal High buried Cougar Pride ..'"


The Homecoming parade's winning float: "Freshmen's Batmobile."


"LOVE NOT WAR"

The sophomore class with "here lies our Cougar departed


I Our most
memorable
"Moment in
Time." our
three-second
touchdown
against PCC
Devils.


Little kids day, Mrs. Hoffman and her World Lit. Brats.








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Ever since we were first initiated with over-
whelming happiness and joyful tears in our
eyes, being National Honor Society mem-
bers has been a great experience for all of
us. Ricky Walker became the president of
NHS, Kasma Sobers, vice president, Lili Bor-
sellino, secretary, Tamara Laywer, treasur-
er, and Christine Will, became our historian.
Selling empanadas became priority number
one when we needed the money to pay for
extra NHS pins, sashes, and even to pay for
the glass dish Christine broke, ... acciden-
tally, of course! Overall, this year has been a
good one and it's been an honor for us to
be NHS members.


Front Row (L to R): Ricky Walker. Chrslne Will Tamara Lawyer Jesse Dawson. Lili Borsellino Ba
Row (L to R): Kasma Sobers Tricia Honan Toad Cranor. Darrell Conamas Corey Grubbs Allisoq
Hoffman
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Mrs Gegg. Tricia, and Ricky discuss plans for the spring initiation.

Secretary, Lili, reads the scholarship meaning of NHS.


Mr Renno swears in new members Corey. Toad. and Darrell
Mr Grubbs ana Mr Canamas are proud tathers on NHS initiation day


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CLOE-UP


A Week /. Waluqw4 .C.

Lili Borsellino, Allison Hoffman and Bev Teal,
were selected to represent CHS in Washing-
ton, D.C. for the Close-Up program. Close-
Up is when high school students from all
around the world get together and get a
"close-up" look at the workings of the U.S.
Government. The Close-Up participants
worked diligently to raise the money neces-
sary to fund the trip. Their biggest fund rais-
ers were the Parade of Homes held in De-
cember and the Super Bingo held in March.
With the help of their sponsor, Mrs. Rozett,
and the community, they were able to
reach their goal.


a Capital building in Washington, D.C. is a frequent stop for the Close-Up participants.


Mrs. Cranor and Mrs. Rigby support Close-Up during the Christmas Parade of
Homes.
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Close-up participants Lili and Allison listen to a discussion on politics in the U.S.


Sponsor. Mrs. Ro .-tt counts bingo tickets for the fun-
draiser.


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CIRI/STMAS

FORMAL
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This year the 1989 Christmas Formal with the
theme, "Victorian Romance" was a special
treat for everyone who attended. Diligent
work of senior sponsor Beverly Hoffman, and
several "elves" within the Atlantic commu-
nity, enabled the students of CHS to enjoy a
beautiful Panama night in the new disco
room at the Tarpon Club.
Not only was it a night to dance, eat, and
be merry, but it was also a night to ex-
change gifts, receive awards, and make
special memories that could only be made
in a place as enchanting as Panama.
The Senior class of 1990 did work very hard
to raise the funds to make this Victorian
Romance a night for everyone to remem-
ber. Without question, Mrs. Hoffman and the
"elves" deserve a lot of credit. If it were not
for their irreplaceable care and interest, the
Christmas Formal would not have been half
the success it was. The Class of 1990 and
the rest of the CHS student body extend a
warm thank you to all who gave a helping
hand.
-Yecenia Dawson
Activities Editor


Cnriirnr,. .jirt fills me rignt os stuaenls sln. dance and ask Santa for what tneir Ittle hea
aesire


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Allison Hoffman is happy to be a part of this special
night
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Stacie, Cathy, Tamara, Tricia and Emilia, unite for Senior's Night Out.


Santa's "elves" spread Christmas cheer with beautiful music.


reg Gehringer and Deborah Rabago tango in the new disco room at the
arpon Club.


The fun-loving
population of
CHS, dancing
to the sounds
of Marbella
Stereo,


Christine Will
and Darrell
Canamas
accept Mr.
and Ms. CHS
awards.


Santa greets the good boys and girls of CHS.







CAYUCO FRENZY


PApwa ir Begu Ea&f4

Adrenaline has been pumping throughout
Cayuco participants bodies ever since they
got the final word that the race was going
to be held. There were questions raised
about canceling or postponing this popular
event due to the PML status. Since then,
crews have been practicing hard everyday
and doing repairs from screwing in foot
pegs to reshaping the bow of the boat. This
year's race will be held April 6, 7, and 8. This
race will be exciting because the Atlantic
Side is well represented.







The Command Performance, the Atlantic Side hopeful,
begins making repairs early in March.


Isn't something odd nere' Look to the left, isn't that the
front of the boat on the ground.

Having problems girls?

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tions away during their routine practice in the lake.


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As Junior Class President, this year was difficult as far as interruptions were concerned We got off to a good start. Out as the problems
increased, our money-raising decreased.
Snowcones "Panama-style" were a huge success at Jamboree thanks to certain people Bryon Richardson. Christina Coles and Mrs
Rozett. our sponsor. Orders were numerous for the snowcones were delicious Our bake sale drew a large crowd of hungry customers
waiting to bite into wonderfully made rice krispie treats, brownies, chocolate cake and cupcakes Thanks Bakers"
Homecoming was a little shaky due to the unsure date of the actual event but Our nail looked great I d like to thank Jodi Cnisolrn and
Shown McCracken for working hard and getting it done.
Our biggest goal of our junior year is to put on a great Prom for our 1990 Seniors Tnis goal was accomplisnea in grand fashion and ill be
remembered forever.
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Class Officers: L to R: Jodi Chisolm. Secretary. Shown McCracken, Vice
President. Vicki Seeley. Treasurer. Bev Teal. President


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Even though the football players are tired. Deborah's enthusiasm continues.

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Rafael Galarza


Nidal Hachem


Adrianne Holmes


James Howell


Erik Jimenez


Zoila Hudson


Jessico Layne


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Don't look sad. You still have a chance to buy your spirit cup.


Shawn McCracken


Henry Medina


Ponell Millar Lutcia Pedersen


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After winning the -','econirng game, Billy C irter and Shown
McCracken are ready to celebrate the win at the Homecoming
Dance at the Elks Club.


Junior. Erik Jimenez. and sophomore, Anna Pedersen, look
like they should be on Star Search with their rhythmic
moves.


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ks ready, but does Kasma?


Jennifer Vincent McDarious Woods


During the Christmas formal, Jennifer and Cookie Jecide
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'Vce-President





The Class of 1992 is coming closer to an endless dream, graduation They now have spirit
to add to the list of class qualities Throughout the year, their spirit has been soaring As a
whole, the Sophomores have contributed their talents to make CHS the great school
that it is All the way from the gloomy Hallway of Mourning and the hearse for their
Homecoming float, to winning the poster contest at a pep rally Each and every one of
the Sophomores are Spirited Individuals, and many years from now we will look back at
the Sophomore year. and smile, and cherish the memories.

-Adrianne Holmes
-Section Editor





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This year, Jon Lu was picked class favorite for the first time and Kathy
Dawson was elected by class vote also, for the second consecutive
year. Jon's favor te hobbies are basketball, girls, and being with his
friends. His mosT important accomplishment as a freshman was
achieving a varsity letter in basketball. Five years from now he sees
himself as more independent and mature and plans to be seeking a
career in medicine. He says, "It is a great privilege to have been
chosen class favorite."

Kathy Dawson's favorite hobbies are listening to her mother and her
aunt talk about the good old days and spending Sunday afternoons
with her baby cousin. Menlinda. Five years from now she sees herself
taking life more seriously. She plans to attend an art school and after
that attend beauty school Her biggest accomplishment this year
was becoming more responsible and setting her goals for the future
as far as her career and education. Her feelings about being chosen
for the second consecutive year: "I am honored. I'm happy that my
classmates feel they can talk to me whenever they need someone
to listen, and when they feel like laughing and goofing off, I'm there
to accompany them too."


WaT., Dawson as the Joker and Mari Rodriguez as Batman show that "the Joke is on the
Cougar's during the Homecoming parade.


Class Officers: L to R: Deborah Price, Treasurer; JoAnna Peyn
olds, Secretary; Lori Vega, Vice-President, Kathy Dawsorn
President


Trin, year has been a very successful one for the Freshmen Class, especially spirit wise. They won an endless number of
spirit competitions which took a lot of hard work and dedication. They had a very successful Valentine's dance at the
Elks Club. Kathy Dawson, president, feels that "our most successful win was for the Homecoming spirit week and parade
as "Batman-The Joke's on the Cougars." Sponsor Troy Oliver, stated that he had a lot of fun working with this terrific
50 group of students


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Francisco Burac
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Damaris Arcia


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Dyonne Canamas


Ruth Benitez


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Carmelo Blanquicett


Elsie Botello


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Jon Lu shows how he earned his varsity basketball letter,

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Freshmen shake, rattle and roll during a spirit contest


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Marilyn. Tania and Esmeralda find a oat ride on a school day amusing.

Jeanette is enjoying being a "little kid" for a day.


Jon Lu


Lysandra Luna


Michelle Meade


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Jessica Romero


Deborah Price
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Christopher Slater


"It's a Beautiful day in the Neighborhood"


>onsor, Troy Oliver, discusses the items which need to be accomplished before the Valentine's
once can take place. The dance was a huge success.


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CLASS FAVORITES: Marc Johnson enjoys play-
ing basketball and hanging around with his
friends. Tiffany Fifer enjoys skating and watch-
ing her favorite programs on T.V. They both
hope that the troubles in Panama will soon be
over.


Laila Abadi


Namyanba Avila


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Class Officers (L to R) Marc Johnson, President: Sharon May. Secretary;
Maria Galarza, Treasurer. Jennifer Light, Vice-President

The eighth graders have had many activities this year They have had
several bake sales, sold Valentine grams. and participated in Homecom-
ing President Marc Johnson hopes that the class will have the opportuni-
ty to be together next year


Frederick Burke


Shani Burke


Charles Craig


Tiffany Filer


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Kent Grubbs Marc Johnson


Jenny Flockhart


Andres Flores


Maria Golarza


Laura Kraemer


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Maria and Laurie help the DJ select tunes, to keep the dance rolling


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screams Debbie as tennis pro
Jennifer looks on with amuse-
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Honorine Millar Antonio Norwood


Manuel Portes


Jennifer Perry


Sonya Petron,


Sandra Rodriguez Alexander Ross


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Jennifer is happy to see the dance a success.

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Derek Smith


Shannon Ternes


Jennifer Toler


Joshua Vincent


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Mari and Russell pause to admire the decorations.


osoyla and Esmeralda watch with amazement as the helicopters and
lanes circle overhead during the LCM evacuation.


Tammy and Shani could not decide between Burger King and McDonalds, so
they got both. If you are traveling to the Pacific side you have to take
advantage of fast food while you're over there!!


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The Class of 1995 has had to face many new horizons this
year The challenge of adjusting to a high school after
elementary is often a stressful time Of course there was
the change in the lunch schedules, political problems in
Panama, changing classes from one end of the school to
the other to name a few This class adjusted well and
participated in all of the pep rallies, homecoming. with
the theme Freddy on Cougar Street' and even helped
the yearbook sell in the concession stand In addition, the
Class of 95 will be excellent leaders by their outstanding
participation in the Choose to Lead program Ms Leigh
Ann Lancaster. sponsor, stated that she "really had fun
working with this class They kept me on my toes'


Pepper Grimmett and Kenneth Martin were chosen Class
Favorites of the seventh grade class Pepper's favorite
spot is soccer and her hobble is to go swimming at the
Gulick pool Pepper also enjoys being with her friends and
will miss the friends she has made at CHS Kenneth has a
wide variety of interests including bike riding, going to
the beach running playing Nintendo and hanging out
with his friends Kenneth really loves Panama and all of
the places he has visited while living here


CLAS OFFICEIS Dottom to top T.molth, Lasser. vice-President.
butcn Cocnran Presaent Corrrieri Mrattne,.s Secretar, Ste-
phen Grahamr Treoaurer


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Ricky Alvarez


Robert Brooks


Valerie Clarke




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Velasquez Mauge


Ashley O'Neal


Sandra Pagan


The seventh graders rally together at the
Homecoming dance
Greg Williams ponders the challenges which
lie ahead, as he participates in the LCM
evacuation in September


Seventh grader Katrina Flores is the object of Dan
Howell's teasing, a favorite pastime among upper-
classmen.


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David Miller


Gary Myers


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Each year in DODDS is exciting and interesting, but the 1989-1990 school year has been exceptlr-nall different.
Flexibility has been the "buzz word" of the year as teachers united to make the students the number one priority, in
spite of the rumor mill, worst case scenarios, and the PML restrictions. Memorable highlights of the year were the "walk
the dinosaur" dance at a pep rally, homecoming, the once a month brunches, and the Christmas gathering given by


the administration.
As this faculty transfers to other regions, retires, or remains
rollercoaster as a lesson in "Survival".
* Teachers report to work on August 21. 1989. to find 200 7th Infan-
try Light Division troops from Fort Ord. California, stationed on the
third floor of CHS.
"** Helicopters. HUMMWVs, and tanks become common sights and
sounds outside our classrooms.
"* The change of PML Charlie-Will the Jamboree be held, if not, what
do we do with all of the hamburgers?
"* RUMOR #1-School will close in January.
"' The LCM Evacuation-How many teachers get a boat ride during
the school day?
"' The arrival of General Maxwell Thurman!!
"* PML DELTA after the failed coup attempt, right before the Colum-
bus day holiday, and the start of the "blue routes".
-" Thank goodness the BEACH is on the BLUE LINE even though Coco
Solo Hospital is not!!
S* CURFEW of 11:00 p.m.-Does PML really stand for "Pretty Miserable
Life?"
"" The new troops arrive and the barbed wire around the school gets
higher and higher as the access area get smaller and smaller
** The CAR BOMB SEARCHES-Where will we be parking today when
we get to work?
*.* It is NOT a RUMOR ... "WORST CASE SCENARIO" get ready to
be RIF'd.
** The CANCELLATION of NCA after arriving to work at 700 a.m.,


in Panama, they v ill always remember this emotional


giving up lunch, and listening to endless reports.
.'* Will SPORTS be cancelled, postponed, or a new plan developed?

"* CHS will CLOSE at the end of the 1989-1990 school year so start
planning on close-out programs.
" Will we have water and/or air conditioning at school or in our
homes?

' How many students will be in our classrooms next week?
"' RUMOR #50-There will be no school on the Atlantic Side next year.

'* FREE RENT taken away and given back.
S* Break, Brunch, Lunch?
* OPERATION JUST CAUSE AND PML ECHO-Some of us "survived" in
the states. Costa Rica. Germany. on our knees peering out of the
window, or hiding in the closet.
SListening to war stories as we waited for the Army to let schools
reopen We finally did start back on January 16, 1990
"* Were our Christmas presents in the four crates of mail that were
blown up during the invasion?
"* CHS will remain OPEN next year, so decide whether to pull your
transfer papers.
S* Do the teachers still retain the PRIORITY ONE TRANSFER status?

S* If everything is returning to normal, why are we still on PML DELTA?
... At least the CURFEW is MIDNIGHT!!


The faculty and staff of CHS exhibit a variety of T-shirts produced in support of Operation Just Cause, Dec 20, 1989



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PRINCIPAL-Charles Renno


Assistant Principal, Howard Perkins, and counselor & AnneGegg orientate me sevenin graders
CHS.


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Rosalind Boitel
Health/Science


Edwin Cobham
Music


SFC Alfonso Coley
ROTC


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Ms Lancaster and Ms Weidenthal did not realize that this familiar weapon, the Vulcan, seen every
day in front of the gym. would be used to blow-up the PDF Marina next door to CHS, during
Operation Just Cause.
A graduate of alboa High School, Mr. Oliver shows he is now a true CHS TIGER!


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Coral Adema
Nurse


Richara Elaolt
Gym,,/Hitory


Anne Gegg
Counselor

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Mr. Will and Mr. Eliott discuss teaching and football strategies.
Shop teacher, Mr. Willoughby, enjoys the boat ride during the LCM evacua-
tion.


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Donna Grubbs
Home Economics


Randall Grubbs
Gym/Mathematics


Cosette Hawkins
Secretary


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Beverly Hoffman
English


Jose Jaen Janet Johnston
Spanish English


Phillip Henry
Computer Science







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Leigh Ann Lancaster
Special Education


Ann Heatherman
English/Social Studies


Karen Hiller
Ed. Prescriptionist


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Ines Nuno
Secretary


Troy Oliver
Mathematics


A memorable highlight of the year for students and
faculty was the "walk the dinosaur" dance per-
formed at a pep rally. Yes, these teachers are sup-
posed to be doing the same dance step!!


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ROTC instructor. Srgt. Crumpler. and Tito Valdes. discuss the latest dance
moves.
Mr Perkins radios Mr. Wills' advice to Mr. Renno, during the LCM evacuation.


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Assistant Principal


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Gayle Rankin
Physical Education


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Corinne Weidenthal
Special Education


William Will
Social Studies'


Donna McLone-
Briant, Karen Hiller.
and Coral Adema
support Close-up
during the
Christmas parade
of homes.


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Matnemarics/Science


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TIGER FOOTBALL


A W&uu"w (atou TOlwm 7a TaM Effot



The Tigers came through this year with a 5 and 3
record of wins to losses not equaled since 1972. Tiger
fans were especially proud of the football team this
year as they piled into the stadium game after game.
Since G.l.'s were stationed at Cristobal High this year,
the team had added spirit from the stands. Led by
Coaches Elliot and Will, and by quarterback Shawn
McCracken, the Tigers fought, scratched, and clawed
their way to victory. This football season was very
unusual due to light failure at the very first home
game, and the possibility of the season being can-
celled due to PML Delta and the curfew. The football
team put all the distractions behind them and kept up
their motivation and team spirit to come out on top.
The highlight of the season was the last game, Home-
coming, which our Tigers upset the undefeated Cou-
gars 20-13. What a great way to end the history of
CHS football at Tiger Stadium!






















Miquel Medina holds the ball, as Bryan Richard-
son practices his form in anticipation of the kick-
off.




Front row (L to R): Cookie Evans, Roel Walker,
Rafael Galarza, Ricky Walker. Miquel Medina,
,reg Gehringer, Shawn McCracken. Tito Thom-
as. Dan Howell, Robert Figueroa. Second row (L
to R): Vern Acevedo, Johnny Redmond, Bruce
Thompson, Corey Grubbs. Bryan Richardson, An-
gel Keith. Darrell Canamas. James Howell, Billy
Carter. ion Buxton Back Row (L to R): Managers.
Jennifer Vincent. Carrie Singer. Shelly Peck, Paul
Pedersen. Jimmy Brown. Gio Feoli. Ziad Yafoar.
Manager Todd Cranor, Manager Jesus Tejiera,
Coach Richard Elliot




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Shown McCracken gets the student body and teammates in
the spirit for the big game, and proves that he can sing, as
well as quarterback.


Coach Elliot tries to give a halftime pep talk, but with the
team winning, they are not interested.


Bryan Richardson takes the pitch from quarterback Shown
McCracken and heads toward the end zone.


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Dan Howell takes a break to watch his teammates practice.

The defense gets set to prevent a first down.


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All-lsthmian player. Allison Hoffman. shows grace and agility as she pushes the
ball towards the basket.


Front row (L to R): Beverly Teal. Deborah Price. Christine Will, Lili Borsellino, Dig
Gorton. Back row: (L to R): Assistant coach. Rico, Coach Gayle Rankin, Jodi
Chisolm, Tammy Williams, Kasma Sobers, Jessica Layne, Allison Hoffman, Kathy
Dawson. Jenny Price. Lisa Vega.


Rookie player of the year. Jenny Price, dribbles down the court to score two
points

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SfG I/RLLS BAKE BALL



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The 1989 CHS Girl's basketball team had an-
other undefeated season for the third year
since 1985. The twin towers Allison Hoffman
and Jessica Layne were rebounding powers
and Jessica Layne were rebounding powers
and marksmen at the hoop, while Dig Gorton
helped keep the Tigers ahead with her power-
house layups. The Tigers were led by coaches
Gayle Rankin and Rico Atherly. The Tigers all
worked hard and pulled together to make this
-. a winning season for the fifth year in a row. In
addition, to top off the year, the Lady Tigers
won the tournament for the first time since its
inception five years ago.

e basketball team gathers around Coach Rankin at the "High Five" party to look at the
'apbook of memories.
Jodi Chisolm takes her defensive stance against the Cougars.

Christine Will battles the floor for control of the ball.





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rlAll-Isthmian player. Jessica Layne goes up and over for two points
Dig Gorton, Allison Hoffman and two Devils, get set to bottle for control of
the basketball.
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BOY S TEA/NNI

A Tea, fit DP

Unfortunately, this year's boys tennis season was also
cut short due to Operation Just Cause. Our boys only
got to play three matches and even though they lost
all three, the spirit remained. This was a small, yet
diligent and committed team of ambitious, young
men. Coach Grubbs kept up the fighting spirit along
with super managers, Christine Will and Tricia Hanan. I
guess you'll just have to get them next year, guys!
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(L to R): Coach Grubbs. Tricia Hanan, Mequil Medina, Kalid Soker, Shown Fritz, Kenneth
olumbo. Kent Grubbs, Carmelo Blanquicett, Christine Will Not pictured: Angel Figueroa, Ariel
Keith. Shannon Temes


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As you can see, Allison's not in position!


GIRLS TENNVVI


A CouWrMa SSea&kos


This was a tough fighting season for our ferocious fight-
ing girls. They ended up as 3 and 5 for the kind of
disappointing season. I guess these girls were used to
being undefeated, and why not? The tournament is
yet to come and the team predicts strong competi-
tion in the doubles bracket. It was great having two,
wonderful coaches, Mrs. Hoffman and Mr. Oliver be-
cause that individual attention was there. What a
team!
















Front row (L to R); Carrie Singer, Debbie Price. Christine Will, Bev Teal,
Tamara Lawyer, Jennifer Light, Back row (L to R): Mrs. Hoffman,
Lutcia Pedersen, Jessica Layne, Allison Hoffman. Danielle Tesch, Jen-
nifer Rankin, Lori Vega, Kasma Sobers, Mr. Oliver


Lutcia strokes with power!


Watch the double space, Jennifer!


That wicked backhand!


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GIRLS SOCCER

A Naw, Yet Sandl 4o

This was the first year for a girls soccer team and even
though the season was cut in half, it was successful
with two wins and two ties. We feel this is due to the
great coaching of Coach Oliver and Mr. Rigby, but
with great coaching, comes a great team of an ag-
gressive, attacking offense, an impenetrable defense,
goalies like walls, and a ready and willing bench. The
bruised legs, taped ankles, and pulled muscles were
forgotten in the mental intensity and physical drive of
maneuvering towards another goal. The reward of
being champions will have to wait until next year!


Let's get serious, girnsi



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Front Row: (L to R) Sharon May. sty Landrun. Ana Pedersen. Cathy McDaniel. JoAnna Re noia. DeoDie Pr..:e LOr .ega Lill
Borsello. Joce Borselo. Bev Teal. Back Row: (L to R) Mr. Olver. Pepper Grirnett. .o00a Cn.soim D-g ;orTorn Jenn, Price
Jennifer Ronkin. Usa Vega. Ruth Benitez. Jessica Layne. Jennifer Vincent. Carrie Singe. Caro G~ilesloe


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Lisa and Misty warm up together!


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Daest 20, 1989


Clock strikes twelve,
The milky face of night,
Is at tip-toeing height.
In this stillness,
A blazing inferno erupted,
A roaring metal beast, silence
disrupted.
Startled, confused,
They weaved their way through trails
of town.
The ghost from the battle
Rises above the shadowy waters,
His red eyes of war
"Trace" through December-disturbed
sky.
He roamed the sky, later faded.
Heroic soldiers fought on.
They bent, but never were broken.
"23" is now our silent token.
We played in the hands of war.
I saw what happened;
And I will not argue.
He clenches his fists ...
And there he traps you.
Tito Thomas


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LCM s whicn we used for our evacuation drill were used for real
across me bay to Colon where heavy, gunfire could be near


Down the street from CHS. a factory underwent heavy firing and then caugh
on fire As you can see there Oas extensive damage done
Two soldiers are going through the remains of the Dorrocks across the street
from the School of Amercas in Gulick


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Due to the threat of looters, one of our CHS students. Mike Waked, guards
his family store in the Free Zone.





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Soldiers, which lived in the school, now await for their next order. Mean-
while, they sit in the shade, some keep to themselves while others talk to
their fellow servicemen.



The PDF Marina in Coco Solo was fired upon by a Gatlin gun. On the sign in
the background, you can see one of Noriega's famous sayings, "Ni un
paso atras." The structure of the building is exactly the same as our school
but CHS was untouched.







PARADISE FI7STA-FOR A "JUST CAUIE"


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Since Eric and Honorine are tired of riding the Bomber, Gianno tries
to convince Ponell to ride it one more time.

Corey, Jenny, Debbie, and James are all smiles before the ride, but
did anyone see them ofter the ride?
Since Mr. Grubbs can't catch ducks very well, he starts telling fish
stories, but once again, Ms. Lancaster doesn't believe him.

Adrianne and Dienneka model clothes from Hispanic countries.

Are these guys working or pla ;ing with the prizes? Who knows what
7th graders are up to .


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Who's in charge of the Duck Pond Operation?
Kevin and Lane model the popular "My Name is Panama"
shirts.
Why is it that the cook. Ariel, looks sad while Ricky smiles?
Meanwhile, Kevin has Mr. Wrigt's meat-on-stick all picked
out.
The Bomber, the most popular ride this year, takes some
CHS students for a bumpy ride.




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FAMOUS CIS AYINGS


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eMAn, avwd CoEgegatiag w &lge gwP.


GOLDEN AND BLUE MEMORIF OF 1989-1990


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1989
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Gm Basea TeaM beiag UdfgAm d
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FAVORITE FOODS OF CS STUDENTS




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POPULAR FANGOUTS


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GIRLS/BOYS

VOLLEYBALL



A Zor Yet LuefuLewom


Although they were waylaid by a shortened season
due to the political situation, (the Panamanian elec-
tions), the volleyball teams were already off to a
successful start. Mrs. Rankin's girls stood undefeated
at 4-0, while Ms. Stauring's boys were 2-2. The girls
team was awarded the championship trophy be-
cause they were in 1st place when the season end-
ed.


Front Ro, (L to i) Jenniter Rankin Catri, McDaniel Jodi Chisholm Dienneka Gorton
Jesse Dawson Back Row (L to P) Kathy Dowson. Stepnanie Wilson Jessica Layne,
AIIsorn Hontrian Kinara Ronkirn Karen Rankin Coach Rankin (Not pictured. manag-
ers Dolores Ramirez Tamara Lawyer Amy Cheung )


Allison Hoffman concentrates on getting the volleyball over the
net after long hours of practice.
"'r,at rr:, ball," yells Dienneka Gorton, as she bends over to get
the ball








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Front row (L to R): Corey Grubbs, Ricky Walker, Matt Readett, Roel
Walker, Vern Acevedo, Adonicio Hartley. Back row (L to R): Coach
Bridget Stauring, Kevin Pantoja, Kaled Saker, Gio Feoli, Joel Saenz,
Juan Lu, Henry Josephs, Jody Todhunter, Darrell Canamas.

Vern Acevedo
decides
whether he
should move
Sup or back a
step in
anticipation of
the opponents
serve.


Darrell Canamas wonders whether he should use his power
serve or his 100% serve as he prepares for the match point.


icky Walker and Coach Stauring are very much involved in a high-intensity game.

latt Readett assures Coach Stauring, and the fans, that the ball was out of bounds.


















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BOYS BAKE TBALL





The 1989-1990 boys basketball team under the
coaching of W.T. Johnson, were only able to play
three games due to the political problems which
faced Panama. The problems hit the athletic program
really hard because teams were not able to travel
across the isthmus. Despite the many problems, this
team % on with their mental attitudes.





Kevin moves everyone out of the way with his look of determination
and dribbling ability.

Wowl What a jump, but the Tigers take the rebound

Physical shape is necessary for this highly challenging game.


Todd waits for his teammate to get open so he can pass the ball.




Strike him out. Greg. out con't target tne runner on first oosel


ont row (L to R): Angel Keith. Roberto Figueroa. Rafoel Galorza. Bryan Richardson. Juan Pabo Galeano. Jomes
owel. Carlos Hem. Angel Figueroa. Jennefer Vincent, Manager Back row (L to R) Jose Chue. Coach Elliott.
ent Grubbs. Roberto Rook, Greg Gehringer. Todd Cranor. Cookie Evans. Dan Howell, Wally Amador. Kenneth
alumbo. Coach Wl.


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BASEBALL


A Decatd Teaum


This team is to be known as the dedicated team for
the 1990 baseball season. Even with many losses, the
spirit, determination, and hard work remained. Coach
Elliott and Coach Will did a great job and their loyalty
to the team was seen in their faces. CHS is proud of this
unique team!




Concentration is the key. James!


What form: Dan!


Look up. Wallyl


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Captain Jesse Dawson and Co-captain Emilia Coles escort their "beat up
:- c c'ent during the jamboree pep rally.



CII CEERL LEADER


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It took a lot of hard work, time, and many hours of fundrais-
ing, to accomplish their goal, but they did it !! The 1989-
1990 cheerleading squad went to the NCA cheerleading
camp at the University of South Florida. The girls worked
very hard perfecting cheers, stunts, and learning many skits
to increase spirit at pep assemblies and games. The squad
even won the coveted spirit stick for their outstanding spirit
and teamwork. The girls, coach Bonnie Seeley, sponsor
Penny Canamas, and manager Jennifer Rankin believe that
camp was a very special experience and helped the squad
come back stronger and more spirited than ever.



















Joce wonders
if Mrs. Seeley
really expects
her to do five
backflips.
JoAnna
Reynolds and
Dyonne
Canamas
exhibit their
flexibility with
pride. ;I


The CHS cheerleaders were wild and crazy at the
NCA camp








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Cheerleading mascot Deborah Rabago has the
true "TIGER." look!
Due to electrical difficulties during the first game of
the season, the cheerleaders saved the day by
keeping the fans and football players entertained.


Vicki Seeley gets a head start training her sister
Darlene as a future CHS cheerleader.

The cheerleaders felt awesome after winning the
spirit stick at NCA camp.


Front row (L to R): JoAnna Reynolds, Adrianne
Holmes. Second row (L to R): Anabella Pedersen.
Co-Captain, Emilia Coles, Joce Borsellino, Dyonne
Canamas Back row (L to R): Manager, Jennifer Ran-
kin, Captain, Jesse Dawson, Mascot, Deborah Ra-
bago, Vicki Seeley, Coach. Bonnie Seeley.













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VERNON!


Loo, Am a Dad


TO ALL TIGERS!!
Corny tbe Tiya Ifiitt Mtawa,
Cyo o. ad y wia rLccee d 4
rri agaco you do.
Coea Rakm"


The fear of the Lord
is the beginning of wisdom
And knowledge of God
is understanding.*.

Incline your ear to wisdcO m;:' '
and apply your heart
to understanding
Then, when wisdom enters your heart
and knowledge is pleasant to your soul
discretion will preserve you,
and understanding will keep you

God bless you all With love and best wishes.
Mom and Dad (The Will's)


Jimmy,


Enjoy the sea for it is
yours to work, to play to
love. Enjoy the waves
for they are good treat
it with respect and it will
be worth giving to yours.
DAD


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COREY. as you lake off again, keep that same determination
you hod as a toddler learning to ride his new 2 wheeler. We
celebrated as you finally did it, weaving back and forth down
the oath. We smiled from ear to ear and Oas .X/Woaid your..
nead back o1 snare our joy, you crashed Into apolm teee. then
we rescue you COREY, the road becomes tocqi e Cni1i4.
obstacles narder Don't be afraoi to pick yourituf Wto ry
again, and again We know you can do it. God 6es ejund so. .
do we D
.Mom and Dad ''"


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ULl-"Heaven isn't too far away. We'll flr;i.~ i Waiti':
CHRIS- They call us problem child ... if's wdittwboni the Wd(~i :
WE ARE THE YOUTH GONE WiLD." -Skid Row. ,."
WENDY-"We sit and watch the helicopter) 1ly ove WE A
CRAZY. WE GO CRAZY. WE GO CRAZY." -
ALLISON-'It don't get too easy but I' r.nver Stop believing in
you."-Debble Gibson
"It's a tragedy for me to see the dream is ovkr and I never will
forget the day we met .. GIRLS. Vll' GONI .MISS \OU -Mill.
Vanili i
V : '" Loe Always
Jesse


It offer, you will
acceptt them with
c dignity and pride
We know that you
will be very
successful: we will
:*'always stand
behind d you and be
: aere, when o


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CONGRATULATION. TO TAMARA!

1990 MARKS A SPECIAL YEAR IN OUR LIVES. T/IS YEAR YOU COMPLETE YOUR /IG6i SCHOOL STUDIES AND
START YOUR COLLEGE WORK TI/AT WILL EVENTUALLY DETERMINE YOUR FUTURE PATIO .TIS/C YEAR YOU
C-ANGE FROM THE LITTLE BABY TiAT WE CARRIED IOME FROM T/E HOSPITAL SO FEW YEARS AGO, TO A
MATURE YOUNG WOMAN WITH INDEPENDENT GOALS AND TI/INKING. NOW WE CAN ONLY OFFER YOU ADVICE
WHEN ASKED.IT lHAS BEEN A PLEASURE WATCHING AND YELPING YOU GROW. YOU ARE THE ONLY T/ING OF
ANY REAL VALUE Ti/AT WE WILL LEAVE TiIS WORLD.IT IS YOUR GENERATION THAT MUST CORRECT THE
MISTAKES OF OURS. YOU WILL NOW HAVE TO MAKE THE DECISIONS CONCERNING WAR. POVERTY HEALTH.
THE ENVIRONMENT AND EVEN THE STARS. YOUR FUTURE STUDIES /OULD HELP YOU WITI/ T/IS, AND IF GOD
If WILLING WE WILL iAVE THE CONTINUED PLEASURE OF BEING WITH YOU AS YOU MAKE YOUR PERSONAL
IMPACT ON /ISTORY.WITH LOVE AND RESPECT FOR THE FINE YOUNG LADY YOU iAVE BECOME.
MOM AND DAD


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EMILA.

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ALLICON,


Joy a o0w Wid &o yol pJrt nll 6a. /9 iS4,
b&tjoyfrA we iadw you, ou r an &oM ieetc&di.tm of

catmd. but 6oI. 0 hu o
MX64 Dad. SCeo4 amid /


CLAAC OF '90
My Seamw & y&w
Yame b6M aMd eUs/
Coian a d a, t&et dwI
p ar-aaw. Te, e"ea& a

wnis jpoffwdo
SWIM JpeOltM


C4 7WY
KEEP GROWING
IN MIND,
BODY AND
s SPIRIT! a


LM, M#14 Dad.


Dw Damcw

We found this poem, and it is exactly how we feel.
One of the greatest joys in life
That one can ever know.
is to have a tiny precious son
And watch that small child grow
From frogs kept in your pockets,
to bruised knees that brought tears;
Darrell, our pride in you has grown
As we've watched you through the years.
And now that you have reached manhood
And we must let you go;
Remember that we love you, Darrell,
Just how much you'll never know.
Love
Mom and Dad










Tk', & ya~a pwUlr &"wgAi ue"ad ad wmy iau&, Today,
S14_, a tasemy a 4pl.~ ad Ymol talt. Bs armrirad1 yeo
masMd am. ad ,"at y usjes t Doet &t yeun uet 1 e,
&hai4 aM d teagi yoa day! atoJnd a p qamt


Senior Class of 1990
Congratulations to a
class which has already
attained a higher goal by
welcoming Teresa into
your hearts.
May your lives be en-
riched as you have en-
riched Teresa's and ours
by wanting her to be part
of the graduation cere-
monies. All the best!
The Johnston Family


CONGRATULATIONS
TRICIA WE ARE
PROUD OF YOU.

Low1: M,. Dad
Pad. T4,, and
pDagpA


Dad Mor. and baoah


YECENIA.
T16 go&& _wq aAwe awU
awd a" muaod &k
jaiUta ke befm. IIAW
ouityD" kand "ad you
.i0 &d God am Ws 9 wii
you.

Lot Mm., Daw DA&O,
Kaia. Jeng Kin


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KASMA '90

YOU ARE A VERY
SPECIAL PERON
REMEMBER, Wb
WILL ALWAYS BE
THERE FOR YOU.
MR. & MRS.
ROGELIO V
SOBERS


KASMA
EXITOS EN S FUTURO
CARRERA.
SR. Y SRA. ITZROY &
FAMILY

CONGRA TULA TONS
KASMA
MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS
COME TRUE.
MR. CLEMENT BERNARD


CONGRA TULA TIONC
KASMA &
THAE CLASS OF 1990.
MR. HECTOR BECKER

KARMA
DIOS TE BENDI6A Y TE
DE
SABIDURIA SON LOS
DESEOS DE:
SR. CARLOS FERRUFINO


KAMMA W'0
AY ALL YOUR UN DERTAKINGC BE
IFRUITRJL, N LOVE YOU
Mi. ad D4


U


'Partwow Cm & a
"Wcowb f uaei& w t& &e
Aoa mdA &ea6 & 6 6oy
Cyw&oitw KASMA
few mt. GFadWAR,,
AiN. F~om


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KASMA
IT ONLY TAKES BELIEF
FAITH. AND CONFIDENCE
TO BECOME A STAR
CONGRA TULA TION.
YOU IAVE BECOME A
STAR.
LOVE. VANESSA


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CONGRAUMTW

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND
YOUR PROGRESS THROUGH LIFE!!
RukQ, Adma & Raikd


BUENA SUERTE A
KASMA YA LA
CLAZS DE 1990.
SR. YSRA. R.
RODRIGUEZ Y FAMILY


Wit but WiUh fao a lappy

hAPPY GRADUATION
Ria J. taef


KASMA
Bait Wam fat foe &U,
MA. aad Mu. Jonlie Phf4


CONGRA TULA TIONS
KASMA
MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS
BECOME A REALITY
C&4i am Rufat Bv"akd

Kodual
You /at been a bn&it and
fuw jdit ti aea Ai amU.
Good Lwck in ateveuing yeou
I t.
M. Pil Hjey


KAMMA
'Am ab oa fa ut pto
&ve, whei biA evaywixg
togeQ in peadet aft-
wq. -'Co~ia 3:14
G a & Pxa0. Jawt
Bf.otg N.Y


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Wren any of ,o-'i are struggling with life, remember our
brothers' talks otOut ri.rdships adaptabilty. compassion.
daughters humor .ultural diversities ard faith Ana eden
Though we know its time to sa', goc.dac-.e. we will always CeWiU,
be together because e are fore.er friends. Loe AIlson / W t woud /d a pepawd 4 p


f/o a&y bei& Wee fAo Wel1 Love Lteig AsM




Darrell, T WENDY,
We've had many arguments in We love you and are very
the past 13 years, but yet we've T rtkyo~l&ml l ol a& Aday beir"4 te f & *c $cakiN g e w r'wre proud of you. We know
had our fun. We had a sister-
brother relationship unlike others. I Wrard O & e. W& a 4A w iAemd r J& "-yee ao& I~otet md ,9owj 4o, you will continue to be as
The way you stuck up for me in sweet, lovable, bright and
every little quarrel. This year was Wadh. I u&ouda, dll e*s~o iwbi d oft tzwbt, smiling as you wre nowu
the hardest to overcome the fear smiling as you are now.
of missing you, but it still isn't over. I & Lfo i4 4 aw & we, wi ad eai, be fie fo/Me Love, EitIA Mom and Dad
wish you the best in the future and
never forget your little sister.
Love you. Dyonne
T C-R IA Good Job "Sonshine"-
STen down and two to go!
Dedications To Love you-Mom and Dad
CZ Brats Song
Generals ZonaonI (by Asko) Walking on the
Thurman and Makin a Mess Edge
Norego (Skid Row) (Scorpions) V i / tt V IAI Congratulations to the Senior class
Seniors YOU We, fla 6'W of 1990. especially to my dear
Thanks for everything Mom. Dad. fnends, and 1. e ia t r
teachers! Love. Christine pdj of f q /a W,_ / M1W J J daughter STACIE on your gradu-
SW y hdo 5 action. Love and best wishes Mom
Peach, my best friend and trea-
sure of love: Thank you for the *yIW Congratulatons Greg!
wonderful letters and long dis- Wee ey proud of you Best of
stance phone calls, They helped a, D ati, ad We're very proud of you! Best of
me through some difficult times I luck in the future years- We love
LOVE YOU! Jesse you #2! The Perkins








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