At the turn of the cen-
tury, when Teddy
Roosevelt set off on a
safari he had to take
along hundreds of
porters, guides and
provisions to last his
group for several
On this safari you will
travel much lighter
and easier. So sit back,
relax, flip our pages
and embark on our
Cristobal style safari.
Enjoy our Tale of the
1993-94 CaribbeanCristobla l 6 JuniorSe*nio.rHighchol*
Tiger's Tale 1
Safari. A "Swahili"
word for journey.
With this book of
special memories it
is an adventure
available to you!
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199394 Taleof he Tger
C O.*ristoba High School -Carib
2* Tiger's Tale
The 1L~9193-9 Tiger's Tale" is dedicated to Ms. Janet Johnston. She is
one of those rare teachers with the knack of "touching" everyone that is
luck\ enough to come in contact with her. Nis. Johnston has moved
from the class room to other duties but she leaves behind scores of
"Cri.tobal cubs" \\ho will think of her often as they leave the safety of
Caribbean is dedicated to our "resident writer"
Ms. Johnston also has a successful children book to her credit.
When she taught creative writing you knew she knew of what
she spoke. She is no longer in the classroom but we know
her influence goes way beyond that anyway! Thank you Ms.
J. for all you've done for all of us- students and staff.
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Vost Memorable Sport Season or Extra-curricular:
What You Want to Remember About C.H.S.:
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1993 HEALTH FAIR
Fun, Games and Great Food!
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Derek Smith crawls through one of the
many outdoor activities held in the
afternoon. That or he's looking for a
Classroom aide Argelis shows off the
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Toya Robinson and Kabir Rios put
their heads (and legs) together for a
heat of the sack race.
William Hall and Richard Johnston
went all out for every activity. Here
they tell us to "hang Iose" like they do.
There's a little bit of "surfer" in lots of
Cf IS students.
David Knight and Yadyra Fiol show
their dance floor moves during the
dance contest in the gym..
Thanks to the contributions of the students and parents as well as Mrs
Adema's organizational efforts The Health Fair was a resounding suc-
cess. We also had better things to eat than "cannibal stew"- We just thought
you might want to see what happens to people that miss health fairs.
Honorine Millar "struts her stu ff'
ing her leg of the 880 relay. With sp
like hers any guy she's after better I
a big head start!
Lemesio Smith and Kenny Robinson
neck to neck during the sack race.
([.emesio did come down eventually
by the way)
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Seniors 94 Rule The Jungle
Bernardo Acosta Jr.
Hugo J. Cabrera
Edison Brazil F.
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Seniors 94 Rule The jungle '**~;
Scott A. Clark
Todd B. Cox
Jack A. Dewhurst
Charles J. Craig
Seniors 94 Rule The Jungle
Seniors 94 Rule The Jungle
Kent H. Grubbs
Marc A. Johnson
David M. Knight Jr.
Seniors 94 Rule The Jungle
Ezekiel T. Luna Yosoyla C. Luna
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Mahesh C. Mayani
Melissa Kt. Louis
Seniors 94 Rule The Jungle
Brandon K. McDonald
Rodolfo A. Morales
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Esmeralda L. Phillips
Ellen M. Rosales
Joel J. Prescod
Aubrey J. Thomas
The lion is not so fierce as they paint him.
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Senior class officers: President; Mark Johnson, Vice-president- Andres Flores; Treasurer, Gloria Gorton, Secretary; Yu-Hui
Ferng. They sure did a great job of ruling this jungle.
Honorine Millar draped in her long "lion's
Hugo Cabrera accepts an award with great pride.
uess the Senior?
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Say Thank You for "Capping Off" a Great Year!
Who do the seniors
wish to thank for
graduation '94 ?
The seniors wish to give special to their teachers for
all they've done to prepare them for the future.
They thank their classmates and the underclassmen
for the memories they'll treasure, and most of all
their parents- without their love and support none
of this would have been possible.
1994 SENIOR CLASS- CRISTOBAL JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH
Tiger's Tale *21
Mr. and Ms. CHS
Andres Flores and Aubrey Thomas
Most Likely to Succeed
Hugo Cabrera and Jenny Flockhart Marc Johnson and Gloria Gorton
Ellen Rosales and Rudy Morales
Kent Grubbs and Honorinl Millar
NEVER FORGET THIS YEAR!
Carlos Roman and Torin Ramos search for a college
at which their enthusiasm and potential can be ex-
pressed. They know it won't cost "peanuts" but are
determined to succeed.
Junior Class Officers Michell Mathews, William Price and Rickey Alvarez "never forgot" to look out for
their classmates interests. They willingly gave of their free time to make this year one to remember.
Ricardo A. Alvarez
Christine E. Alves
Leroy H. Cargill
Lucy A. Correa Marsha Del Bosque Jimmy H. Dodson
Marcus D. Evans
Miguel R. Flores
Miguel R. Flores
Kathia K. Forde
Horace T. Hogan II
Carmen M. Matthews
Marius L. Mccutchen David A. Miller
Lee Douglas Nunn
Torin J. Ramos
Carlos M. Roman
Tamika J. Pinkney
Robert F. Sales
William K. Price
Elmer H. Smith
Rovanda S. Torian
Jose D. Torres
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Better to live
alone; with a fool
there is no compan-
ionship. With few
desires live alone
and do no evil, like
an elephant in the
forest roaming at
c.500- c.250 B.C.
Marius McCutchen and Kathia Forde hold the Junior poster at the Jamboree Pep Rally while
the rest of the class "trumpet" their support.
ebra- Herbiverous, hoofed Af-
.-tican mammal (genus Equus)
distinguished from other
horses by its striking pattern
of alternating white and dark
brown (or black) stripes. It
inhabits open plains or brush
country traveling in herds
and often mixing with other
grazing animals, e.g., ante-
lope and can run at speeds of
up to 40 miles per hour!
Fabian Mallet puts his heart and soul into his trum
pet at one of our boisterous pep assemblies.
Bernardo S. Acosta
Mikel N. Andrade
Tracy E. Burnett
Dayra E. Chinasing
Charles E. Flockhart
Nicholas W. Frank
Heidi L. Fye-Potter
Arnh, ri Garza
Henry L. Generillo
Jamal S. Ghosn NO Photo
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THESE ZEBRAS EARNED THEIR STRIPES
William T. Hall
Tanzique N. Hayes
Richard J. Johnston
Charlene M. Kallmeyer
Calvin M. Landrum
Christian A. Lopez
Fabian R. Mallett
Ruth Ann Morales
Jessica D. Northweather
Joseph A. Powers
Jim A. Ramos
Elmer A. Schroer
Roberto R. Sinclair
Kelly O. Stamper
Todd C. Stapleford
Rosa L. Torres
Heiss D. Villamizar
Stephanie T. Wolfram
Tiger's Tale 29
Todd Stapleford tries to get his point across to be-
fuddled Drew Pope. If you would take that "illegal"
walkman out of your ear you might hear him better
Sophomores Aleksandra Stankovik and Nick Frank
"smile for the camera"- How'd you sneak in there
The Sophomore class officers Heidi Fye, Courtney
Goodman and Stephanie Wolfram really "earned
their stripes", putting in lots of time and effort lead-
ing their class to a super year.
Though injured Heidi shows her "TIGER PRIDE"
cheering our football team on to another victory.
"Spirited and Friendly" describes this herd.
A Zebra Talks:
We asked president
S Courtney Goodman to
describe her peers
"For the most part we're friends. There don't
seem to be as many cliques at CHS as there
are at other schools. We're always laughing
and have lots of school spirit."
Rosa Torres looks so enthused, she could be asking
when this game will end. At least she seems to be
enjoying the popcorn (zebras like to "graze")
"Please tell me you didn't take my picture" Estrella
Wang seems to be saying. (zebras are known to be shy,
The ninth grade class mem-
bers are as inimitable as the
giraffe, which was chosen to
"represent" them during our
safari adventure. We think it
apt because of the similar
grace they both exhibit.
Giraffes travel in small
herds. The ninth grade can
also be seen traveling in
small groups. Safety in num-
bers we suppose.
The ninth grade had an exceptional year due to the fantastic leadership of their class officers. Their sponso
Mr. Younkin thanks them for all the time and hard work they put in. The officers were; Frank Bru, Kin
Johnson and Jennifer Doran.
Jose L. Alvarez
Edgar E. Bent
Iesha X. Bonilla
Natalie A. Bonnett
Roger D. Braun
Nyris V. Burac
Kellie D. Clark
Viviana M. Clarke
Tiffany B. Cox
Jennifer A. Dorn
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THESE GIRAFFES "REACHED THE TOP BRANCHES"
Darrell J. Earl
Naomy 1. Facey
Clarence D. Flint
Elizabeth H. Garza
Jorge A. Grant
Alfred B. Hall
Bruce A. Houston
Kimberly A. Johnson
Candace R. Keene
Stephen A. Kilborn
Steven R. Lopez
Suresh M. Mayani
George R. McCracken
Jeffrey A. McManes
Melissa Ann Murphy
Angela M. Noriega
Crystal G. Olivas
Sharlene C. Pinder
Drew D. Pope
Jeremy S. Pyle
George W. Ratley
Tiger's Tale *33
Jennifer A. Robins
Marco A. Silva
Annyuri I. Sinclair
Laura A. Smith
Dana J. Stapleford
Angela J. Thomas
Albert P. Thompson
Lars C. Thompson
Robert E. Torian
Lukata A. Way
Percival R. Williams
Rencie E. Woolsey
The giraffe, in their inimitable, vegetative gracefullness, as if it were not a herd
of animals but a family of rare, long-stemmed speckled gigantic flowers
"Out of Africa"-1937
34* Tiger's Tale
Freshman ":,.'1. I Tiffany Cox and sopho-
more William Hall caught in a more studious
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Annjuri Sinclair shows that "giraffes" can squeeze into tight places at football practice. No wonder so
many people want to be managers, looks like fun!
Robert Torian shows his talent at one of our great pep
rallies. Way to keep that "jungle beat" going Robert !
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Eighth grade officers Jennifer Dawson, Nykiesha
McLellan and Jane Acosta led a :i..,i,.. .id flock, as
they "spread their wings" looking forward to being
Jane A. Acosta
Mandee Sue Anderson
Eira S. Andrade
Jennifer L. Bland
Vielka N. Bonilla
Jessica M. Bonnett
Natalie C. Burnett
Raul E. Colon
Jennifer S. Dawson
9 Chara F. Dodson
Eychell E. Escobar
Bernardina D. Garza
Trisha M. Girard
Sariah R. Hall
James M. Hanson
Scott L. Johnston
Sterling D. Kallmeyer
Lonni J. Keith
Candice I. Leonhardt
Magda E. Lobo
S. Celia E. Luna
2"- ~Pablo S. Maldonado
*4. wDaniel E. Mallett
Kendra M. McDonald
Karina J. McFarlane
Nykeisha L. McLellan
Melissa McManes ,
Sabra A. Millar
Linda A. Odom r
Lavance Randle III
Sunny E. Rasimowicz _
Amber N. Ray
Kenny R. Robinson
Yesilka R. Rodriguez
Tishna N. Seales
Krystal A. Skumautz
Leonard E. Smith
Raymond E. Spray
Carl E. Taris
Albizu J. Vega
Catherine A. Watkins
Jessica Bonnett and Candice Leonhardt "flutter" arou
Mr. Atherley as he rings up their lunches.
S Amber Ray and Karina McFarlane get ready to "peck" at their food. They are shown here in
one of those rare moments allowing a "gazelle" in their midst (7th grader Jennifer Murphy).
name for bril-
birds of the
pantropical order "'
rots are long-lived, .
and many are -.. *
popular as cage
birds; some species
can learn to mimic
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Seventh grade class officers Jeremy Peschl, Wanfer Patricia Roman was one "gazelle" with boundless
Ilund and Vanesia Oxendine helped their fellow energy. Here we catch her at a characteristic moment
gazelles make the transition to high school. Their ..lI,1' her support for her brother Carlos to "make
hard work. along with that of the junior high spon- that tackle!" at a football game.
sor. Miss Brennan made the high school less of a
Brian N. Anger
Najiha A. Avila
Abel I. Borsellino
Rena Y. Brazil
Franchesco C. Burac
Tinya De La Garza
Richard A. Doran
JohlIa J. Ebbinger ,
William A. Epperson
Alex L. Flint
Diana A. Gaona
Rene A. Gordon
Michael J. Griffith
Richard K. Jennings
Summer R. Love
LaBella Clara Luna
.i iBenny Mayani
David J. Munoz
Jennifer M. Murphy
c Cecilia M. Noriega
Vaneisia V. Oxendine
Jeremy O. Peschl
Katherine O. Phillips
Derreck K. Pope
j Donna L. Pyle
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Patricia A. Roman
Travis W. Sherman
Casey M. Stamper
Rashaun A. Tucker
Einar J. Velarde
Hernando J. Villamizar
Junius A. Villaruel
Janice M. Williams
G azelle-delicate, graceful antelope (ge-
nus Gazella) inhabiting arid open coun-
try, usually in Africa. Gazelles are
powerful jumpers and very swift.
Keith Gerkins, Enrique Morgan and Moises Conley at one of their favorite pastimes.
lions -(seniors do tend to "pick on" seventh graders sometimes you know).
Gazelles have to keep up their strength in order to evade
Junior high students Eychell Escobar and Brian An-
ger making their selection at the lunch room "grazing
Tinya DeLaGarza captured by our National Geographic
photographers in a happy moment.
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Every day. Senior editor, Susan
Hwang, Computers technicians;Nick
Frank and Mahesh Mayani, crazily
type and pull out layouts. It's not an
easy job since they also have to answer
any question the production staff
comes up with.
Watch out, Mrs. Isom! The fire is going
wild and your hamburger patties might
get burned. Mrs. Isom not only plans
different ways to raise funds for the
yearbook but you'll see her in every
football game selling in the concession
The production group are the ones that with great effort and sweat put the
yearbook together. They are the safari guides for this Caribbean
There is also a volunteer group that helps sell food in the concession stand
in every football game. And of course, without Mr. Younkins' advice and
"pushing" the yearbook wouldn't have been completed! Thank you Mr.
Wright for all the pictures you have taken for us!
Travis, are you trying to impress the girls, or are you demonstrating a new
trick to prepare hot dogs? I think you threw the buns too high! This is not
only co-operative work, but also co-operative entertainment.
Like always, Seniors rule the jungle! Honorine and Gloria what instruc-
tions are you giving now? You better take a look at what Yu- Hui is doing
because Celia Luna is displaying a intriguing expression.
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Leaders of the Tiger herd
JROTC Color Guard presenting
the colors in perfect formation
during the opening moments of
the football game.
SFC Hall stands at attention
awaiting the next command.
Andres Flores gathers up his pack
for a quick snap shot!
A "gas Amik1AL' Zi
SFC Ford discusses the days agenda with
Dressing right is one of the things you must learn in
order to become a good cadet.
Esmeralda Philips and Steven Lopez
in a relaxed moment awav from the
rigors of training flashh '*. i ."for
the camera t's fun to be a member of
PFC Elmer Schroer, along with PFC
Carlos Flores practice their present
arms for the presentation of the. I .,
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1st LT Bernardo Acosta inspects SGT Elmer Schroer.
JROTC instructor Msg. Horace Hogan with his cadets.
"Crippled" Melissa Murphy is hoisted aloft by fel-
I.. .. r i ... i, r- Stephainie Woltram KellvClark,
and Heidi Fye. What they'll do with her is anyone'
Kim Johnson and Kelly Clark dance frantically and
do the "funky rhythm" at a football game. They were
really great at getting the crowd involved.
As the sounds brings the fans to their feet Mrs.
Dodson and Kelly Clark groove to the "slammin'
48 Tiger's Tale
Through the sounds of the big hits and the up-
rising beat the band played, there were the
chants that uplifted the spirits of every Tiger in
the "house". Thanks to Ms. Seeley and Ms.
Canemas, the Tiger's cheerleaders once again
were able to give what the fans wanted.
Figer cheerleaders : Bottom left to right- Heidi Fye, Stephanie Wolfram, Lori Velez. Top
eft to right- coach Ms. Seeley, Kim Johnson, Sharlene Pinder, Kelly Clark, Melissa Murphy,
Tiger's Tale 49
T s o y s S m
SA made up of exceptional leaders:
This school year's SA members were exceptional leaders. They, along with their
sponsor Mrs. Baitel have contributed greatly to the school's activities. Members
are: Ricky Alvarez, William Price, Marc Johnson, Kimberly Johnson, Andres
Flores, Courtney Goodman, Stephanie Wolfram, Heidi Fye-Potter, Wanfer Ilund,
Jeremy Peschl, Jennifer Dodson, Nykeisha Mclellan, Jennifer Dawson.
50 *Tiger's Tale
National Honor Society
The leaders of the New Generation
NHS members are chosen based on their
character,leadership, service, and scholastic excellence.
Mrs. Gegg, sponsor of the National Honor Society takes pride in her group. Mem
bers are: Kent Grubbs, Gloria Gorton, Yu Hui Ferng,
Andres Flores, Marc Johnson, Aubrey Thomas, Scott Clark and Todd Cox.
Tiger's Tale *51
Dancing to Go-carts, they have a ball!
Just for Fun
SWhat do Cristobal
students do for fun?
They do so many exiting things
that we could never list all of them
but we decided to show you a few.
Anthony Garza in a more "reserved" moment. We
snapped this picture at one of the many student
dances You can see here how much run people had
at dances, Cristobal students were never "wallflow-
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Bingo is always a fun activity. Once or twice school
year the Yearbook business manager, Mrs. Isom,
can be seen paying out the "big bucks" at the commu-
nity club. Looks like Jenny Flockhart was a winner.
No, this is no Porsche prototype, but it sure is a lot of
fun. Richard Johnston showsoffoneofhis hobbiesat
the Homecoming parade.
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Seniors, Corey Townsend, David Knight, Marc John- P
son, Derek Smith, and Joel Prescod sing good and
look good doing it, rockin' the concerts with their
mighty senior voices and adding some beat in the
David Knight is the king of the jungle as he ser-
enades the audience with his talented voice-sooth-
ing the "savage breast."
Mr. Hashman directs his talented choir with inten-
sity, expecting their best effort. Is that why thie fazz
Choir sounds so good?
Hitting the High Notes
The jazz choir can be heard, sing-
I ing it's upbeat songs and soft
soothing ballads throughout the
jungle, adding a little rhythm to
Sthe wild life at Cristobal.
[he few returning choir members were united with
nany new faces, creating a new sound, a new "all that
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Tiger Band is the Best!
l a he year in review for the Cristobal music makers.
A T It was a very productive and creative year. For the first time in as
S long as anyone could remember there was a marching band, and a]
W1 11 exciting place because of their contribution.
Many of the members of the band were young,
and new to the grueling work Mr. Hashman
- expects of his groups, but they came through once
again with an extraordinary year. The band cm ldb
be seen practicing almost daily at the football
stadium, they also played at all of the home
football games. The band had a few songs coordi-
nated with the cheerleaders that were designed to
"hype" the crowd and the players. When the game
was going, and the band was on break they showed
school spirit by dancing around and screaming
"whoompf there it is!" They deserve praise and
congratulations for a job well done.
"Keep practicing Scott, "Parrots can make pretty
sounds," Mr. Hashman says.
Welcome to the jungle! The Cristobal band shows
their spirit and energy. How does Mr. Hashman
control such a rowdy group?
We are the members of the tribe -The jungle Band.
Here they are led through through their paces by
student director Lukata Way.
Listen to how loud they play! These brass section
players help make the homecoming performance a
Tiger's Tale 957
Nick Frank goes "airborne" showing
his skill on his roller blades. We would
have shown you his landing but we
didn't want to obstruct the paramed-
David Miller uses the art room ramp
SActually I don't think Mr. Younkin
knew he had an "art room ramp!"
and the Skateboard Safari
When these students are not making
their teachers crazy, they go to the beach
to surf (and to flirt with the opposite sex).
When not "riding the waves" these
Cristobal's finest can be found pounding
the pavement on roller blades or skate-
boards. It's said that skateboarding was
invented by surfers to keep their skills
sharp. Our students certainly seem to bear
that out. They are a very skilled group.
The surf was not up so Jay Slough
decided to practice his surfboard "tech-
nique" in the school's inner courtyard-
some people will do anything to get a
picture in the yearbook.
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Some of our intrepid seventh graders
show tbher r- no slouches on skate-
boards either. Mike Greene does an
aerial as Derrick Pope watches.
Ruben Rafalko exhibits his unique way
mode of transportation to art class.
Wonder what he did for classes on the
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In the picture above David Miller goes
high in the air to clear a jump. That or
he he's tieing his shoelace, we weren't
The Surfer "gang" in all their glory.
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times were "sick". Did they think Mr.
Perkins didn't know or what?
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It 5 ou want to talk about spirit just
look at this!
Here is David Knight showing
Rovonda. how the Spirit dance
should he done. Lukata Dazx. and
Tanzi don't stay behind!
Oh. oh...looks like trouble. It seems
like Aubrey and Honorine are trying
to keep up with the Spirit dance while
Kathia readies to punch her .... i,,
Jack, are you nervous or are you
You better open your eyes and look
where you are going before you fall
on your face!
How would our football games and
pep rallies be without the CHS band?
Just imagine! They really add more
potency to the games. Just glance at
Raul. Colon and Scott Johnston and
notice their intensity and feeling.
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1993 "Roaring" Jamboree
What makes the CHS 's football team so
unique? Well, "Juice", Neto, Corey, De-
rek, and Bernie know all about it.
Could it be because they fight in unison
and with a touch of humor?
The 1993 Jambo-
ree was a jubilee.
It began with the
ing the student
body to a roaring
pitch at a pep rally.
Our queen, Laura
introduced and we
finished with the
our football team.
It marked the start
of a great season
for the Tigers.
Cheers and whistling rises to its high-
est pitch as queen Laura Kraemer walks
smoothly across the gym, escorted by
handsome Andres Flores and Kent
What do you say... Don't they look
See what great spirit CHS students
possess?! Here is Rocky McCracken.
Raul Colon, and Scott demonstrating
that naturally, a tiger clutches the foot-
ball, even if it's only artificial and in-
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Crnh.bl 1 1I1 Homecoming Queen Hononne
and prnci .C Ellen Rosalei. Lauri kr.emer
Sonva Pelroni rnd Ajbret Thoma,
MIr Ellint J, vi u ruld riTr..:. ]' i: ,r ,
With that crown, you certainly possess a symbol of
The 1993 football team had an unforgettable season. At
the Homecoming Game, the crowd cheered and cried as
we finished in a first place tie, our best season in years!
The Homecoming game
began with a parade of float
from each class. This year's
displays were more creative
than ever and even though
themes ranged widely the
spirit remained constant-
KentGrubht \'.. i. i,,,,: I. HjpLnor'.
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she's not "buying it",
Tigers Unity and Vigor were the key to victory in
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If you did not attend the Homecoming Dance one
look at Candace Keene's face tells you what a
great time you missed!
Stephanie Wolfram and Heidi Fye represented the
sophomores as early Romans with their self-
designed "Toga wear".
62 Tiger's Tale
Because of the need to finish the yearbook,(in order to have it printed and ready to give to you before
the end of the school year), it was not possible to include pictures of the Prom. We have instead pro-
vided you with this memory page so that you can remember it in your own, personal way. If you did
not go to the prom please use this page for your own special memories.
The Ticers show their ferocity as they do the
jungle boogie" (actually its a pre-game drill).
Neto Acosta shows the tiger tongue while Lemesio
Smith seems to be taking a nap.
William Price lets loose with a "booming" punt. The
skills of our punters and kickers helped make the
season such a success!
Marcus Evans leads Neto Acosta through the "herd"
of tacklers for one of his outstanding runs.
66* Tiger's Tale
Season is dedicated to Lonnie.
This year the football team got off to a great start,
winning their first two games. In the third match-up
they lost to the P.C.. Green Devils but came back
with a fury and love in their hearts as they dedicated
their fourth game to the memory of former team-
mate Lonnie Franceschi. They won that one and then
decided to dedicate their entire season to him. Your
friends miss you Lonnie.
'93 CHS TIGER FOOTBALL: from left to right (bot-
tom) N.Frank, R. Morales, R. Braun W. Price, R.
Bernhardt. J. Dewhurst, A. Flores, O. Villareyna, J.
S Torres, T. Cox. K. Grubbs. R. Alvarez. Second row
Coach Will, J. Grant, W. Johnson, C. Townsend. N.
Acosta, C. Roman. A.Garza, B. Acosta, H. Cabrera.
S M. Evans, R. Rios, Coach Elliott. Third row; J. Dawson
Smith, J. Dodson, C. Flockhart. L. Nunn, D. Smith.
and K. Forde, A. Sinclair, N. McLellan- Managers
I a Pride. Wll m rs of Tiger
Mrs Rankin urges Tiffany Cox, Jessica
Northweather and Kelly Stamper to play some hard
Angie Thomas, looking very much in control, dribbles
Tiffany Cox passes the ball to the top of the key as
Jessica Northweather runs a set play.
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A young lady tiger team clawed through their
opponents as they tried to top the standings.
Mrs. Rankin coached the team to a 4-4 record,
clinching third. She wants the team to know
how proud she was that they "never gave up".
Tiger Basketball: left to righi-ibottnom H. Olivas, K. McDonald, M. Sanchez, Y. Fernandez, J. Northweather, A. Thomas, A.
Thomas, N. Northweather, O. Philips, C. Olivas (Mgr.), S. Kallmeyer, M. Johnson (Mgr.), J. Acosta, T. Hayes, T. Cox, L. Smith,
C. Goodman, K. Stamper, K.C. Stamper (Mgr), Coach Rankin
Neto Acosta looks for the open man as he gets cor-
nered in a "trap". Obviously this opponent didn't
realize how dangerous it is to "corner" a Tiger.
BOYS' "The Tiger Hit Squad"
- - - - - - - -' l.
(oach Johnson helps his son Marc prepare to do
(.i Coach Johnson was invaluable to the team,
i tiuiragement and support to all the team
Derek Smith high above the competition, as he wins
this jump ball. He always made the most of opportu-
nities like this one.
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Kent Grubbs getting set to "burn" one by an
opposingg batter. Kent was recognized as one
)f the Leagues most effective hurlers.
Tigers Scratch out a Super Season!
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Coach Grubbs and Rick Alvarez share a "lighter moment". Coach Grubbs and Coach Holland were
always very supportive of their players and guided them to a very successful season.
"y ; 7!
Hear no evil, see no evil... i Tlri Three lo mi ali;'e ,Ir i'llI
Grubbs and Scott Clark were always so serious !
Nick Frank, Kent
' Is Scott going to "swing away" or i- i; tini rc. ,i
to club a teammate. He was known to do both.
Seriously, Scott also had a great year at the plate.
Perhaps he's just practicing his "baseball card pose""
for when he hits the Pros.
Ofibio Villareyna prepares to "slam one". Ofibio
had a super year at the plate and was always a
Tiger's Tale *71
Benardo Acosta go- high in tr-e air to p~k, nn M11
ing itains He 1l1'a%; g. l O R i iiic- Jirk
T l alan C o l ., lk- 1. t. i.. -r ill, r.l. ..ir.,l, . 1 II
oI-. pra p i i h e will ll I. .11ri 't k r i .II .. .11
Korea) and she will certainly be missed .
The volleyball teams,
worked hard, grew together
as a group, became like a
"family" and continued
their winning tradition.
Kent Grubbs shows his willingness to sacrifice his
body to dig out a low shot. This is one of the
attributes of an exceptional volleyball player.
Jusil o .- l o hrf oiI -'.batll nu..Itu CoachOliver.
Laura Kraemer, Bemardo Acosla lose Alvarez ard
Coach Rankin n-.acdt .1 the e irr mimi-' r- IetI iIk-
one big, happ family.
Laura Kraemer shows the concentration and drive
that made her such an important part of the 1994
girl's volleyball squad. She was one of the teams
Jose Alvarez really isn't waving to his fans in the
bleachers, he is simply going high in the air to block
an opponent. Jose's jumping ability made him a
great volleyball player.
Laura Kraemer and Bemardo Acosta show the
team cooperation that makes CHS volleyball such a
unique experience. Here they are warming up for
practicing their "sets".
Tiger's Tale e73
Boys Tennis team. Back(L to R.) Mgr.
George Rately, Coach Mr. Oliver,
Fabian Mallett, CM. Landrum, Kent
Grubbs, Scott Clark, Joel Prescod, Rob
Bernhardt, Mgr. Heather Bernhardt.
Front row(L.to R.) Chara Dodson, Ra ul
Colon, Frank Bru, Robert Louis, A.J.
Joel Prescod had one of the best
match records on the team, The
intensity he exhibits here was
probably a big part of his success.
1993-94 Boys Tennis Team
The Tiger "Netters" have a super season!
This years boys tennis team
made great improvement in the
quality of their play. The team
worked hard to achieve success.
Congratulations on your fine
season and thanks for all of your
Rob Bernhardt puts everythinghe has
behind a forehand return. Rob had an
excellent season, he often figured in
our "doubles victories".
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Kathia Forde shows she can smile as
she makes a forehand return. (or maybe
that's a "grimace" of concentration.
Lady Tigers Tennis
"They came a a_
long way baby!"
; . Coach Oliver instructs Idalie Correa and Dayra Chinasing in some finer
"'point of tennis. You can tell by Dayra's reaction that they always took him
Heather Bernhardt shows the correct
positioning for a return. Her brother
was on the boy's team. Perhaps we'll
hearof them playing mixed doubles on
the pro circuit someday.
The Lady Tigers Tennis Squad for
1994. Is that a trophy they're holding in
the air- no, it's just Dayra. Maybe she
thought she was at cheerleading prac-
Rob Bernhardt uses his "bean". Going
airborne for the ball was one of his
At the far right Fabian Mallet is cap-
tured letting loose with a booming
kick at the goal. Opponents found his
power tough to defend.
Rob sends one into the camera lens
here- hope it didn't hurt Mr. Wright!
Or o Rob's pnent-ld zhi- -.1 gat -03 f~ie 1,1-,hi, leci hcr- .tritikng h, t'od', io gtt the jump Lin the
ch-k'r11n~1_n .4oli Th, a.- luni .n. %I hi. in n% -e.!s-on , i---
TIGER BOYS SOCCER
Coach Holland says: It's a real "kick"
Leroy Cargill puts on a passing exhibition with the help of Alexis
Bruno. They were two of the teams finest players (on a team made
up of highly skilled players).
Fabian prepares to make a shot at goal
I\which I- %h\ ',ou s e the net I We
IhlouLght \ U might ~ ani to -.ee what
Opp'i,-ng t.amn. -aw all -ea-on'
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Arelis Bruno leaps high in the air to send a high kick to a teammate. With
jumping ability like that these Tigers were hard for opponents to tame.
Dayra Chinasing and Jessica Northweather on the attack! The Girls Soccer
team was never afraid to jump into the thick of the action.
A picture perfect pose of Sharlene
Pinder stopping the goal.
Lady Tigers Soccer Team (L. to R.)
Bottom: Mng. Steve Lopez, Oleen
Phillips, Cecilia Noriega, Dayra
Chinasing, Vielka Bonilla, Sharlene
Pinder, Angela Thomas, Hope Olivas,
Nina Garza, Mng. Carlos Flores. Top:
Coach Gonzales, Lori Velez, Elizabeth
Garza, Yvona Vest, Till.i.-l Cox, Jen-
nifer Dawson, Sunny Rasimowicz,
Sabra Millar, Nykeisha Mcllelan, Arelis
Bruno Mng. Alexis Bruno.
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When pack meets with pack in the jungle, and neither will go
from the trail, lie down till the leaders have spoken- it may be
fair words shall prevail.
The Second Jungle Book"
Rudyard Kipling (1895)
' oTiLer's Tale
/ Sonia Isom
Tw o of our Safari support staff caught
"putting away provisions". Fernando
Cooper and Ariadne Huertas always
seem to have a smile for you..
Msg. Hogan looks like he might be
wondering where his lunch came from.
Well, you know our big game hunters
will "bag" just about anything so let's
just call it "chef 's surprise".
Mr. Gallardo always works so hard.
he probably could hag fries in his sleep
Mr. Wright wears so many "hats". He
not only teaches math, he also is the
school photographer. We don't know
the story behind the clarinet, maybe he
plans to take over Mr. Hashman's de-
,ristobal's Staff is
The teaching and
support staff at CHS
is made up of many
individuals but they
all work together to
"be there" for the
Cristobal students. At
times they may seem
as tough as rhinos but
we know they are
dedicated to making
our safari one we'll
Mr. Will and Mr. Perkins exchange pleas-
antries at the Jamboree.
Miss Brennan has been a great new
addition to the staff. She is the school
prescriptionist and has also taken on
the chore of sponsoring both junior
In their duty period Mr. Pollino, Mr.
Younkin and Mr. Elliott practice
"checking their jaws", a well-known Fred
here for students
Seniors Say Thanks To:
Stars & Stripes Bookstore
D & D (Mrs. McDonald & Mrs. Thomas)
VIP Restaraunt in Colon
Atlantic Community Women's Club
Dalton Travel Agency
Chadwick Travel Agency
Davis Recreation Center
Davis Community Club
CHS Student Association
Silenciadores S.A. -Colon
Atlantic Garrison Office
Budget Car Rental
For contributions and support for
their graduation party.
n~s ddt ~o~d ~.:pi i
To: Derek Smitih
Ricardo & Marva Alleyne
When something bothers us about
others we can learn something of
ourselves. Learn to love and under-
stand each other.
SFrom: Mom, Dad,
Your class has been tops! You've set high
goals and have won championships and
scholarships. We're proud of you! As you go
forth from C.H.S., always remember that
moral courage truly makes champions! Be
your best! And read...!
..;. .<.J %=""
id Elmer; 0 4 Le damo
Yo ill por permitir que te gra
You will j. *o deseamos la mejor de 1;
have your memories! future y que todos tus
MOrn and Dad
is gracias a Dios
a suerte en el
Te quieren y admiran,
tu papa y hermanos.
The golden years have now arrived which seemed like just a dream before.
Hold out your hands and you will find God is there with you.
Rodolfo, Cathie, daughter
Best wishes to you for achieving this goal and continue with success.
Best wishes for the future.
Mr. and Mrs. Almando Phillips.
Congratulations a ti y a todos los estudiantes de C/94.
Son los deseos de
Sra. Amalia De Diaz.
Determination is the Key to Success, life has just began. Keep up the good
God Bless You,
Alfredo and Lisa.
Best wishes and may you have a happy and successful future.
i Happy graduation,
Love, Sonia and Nick
Congratulations, may all your dreams become reality.
Nola and sons.
Yosoyla & Class of 94;
You've been an ideal class, continue always to chase ideas, ideas rather than
petty charms. The chase is worth all life.
Aurelio, Lea, and daughter.
Para la Srta. E.L.P.
0'90 Dale gracias a Dios, de los cielo por el gran esfuerzo que has realizado para Ilegar a culminar tus studios, secundarios, pidiendo a
S Dios te siga ayudando para que en un future no muy lejano puedas culminar tu carrera universitaria deseando que compartas con
toda tu familiar tu sueno realizado, son los deseos de tu tia y primos;
Miguel, Aida, Eliseo, Geidi, Jose,
Felicidades Leola en tu graduation.
Especially for you Leola,
Congratulating you for reaching your objective in spite of many adversities. Thanks be to God for giving you the strength to
complete your endeavor now so that we can congratulate you today and wish you all the happiness, dearest daughter, now and.O
t- forever. Stay as determined as you have been Leola.
.0' Your Parents.
SHas Ilegado a culminar una de tus metas deseada, convertirte en una muchacha graduada el anhelo de todos los padres, espero que o.
S sigas tu carrera universitaria, para que en un future seas una professional te deseamos much felicidades, dicha y bendiciones al lado
de tus padres alegre junto a ellos tu triunfo anhelado.
Mi ,Mary, Chely, Manuel, y Marcia.
Congratulations Para Leola
.F .1 De parte de su primos
SQue Dios te bendiga y te
De salud, fuerza y voluntad
Para que sigas en la Universidad.
O Eres Le pedimos a Dios todo poderoso que
.G'3 Sub lie Te ilumine siempre para que Ilegue
Hasta culminar tus studios y sea una chica professional. .
Sr a 1 Merecedora de Felicidades en tu graduacion chiquita, Leola.
Ga: Esto mas mi Prima Romy, Suyi, Elva.
Latente de amor e
De sublime E.L.P.
De s e Que la dicha y la felicidad
Adoracion Sea tu field companera
Les deseamos much Y que en el future obtenga
Exito en la vida que comienza Los mejores exitos de tu
Orgullosa por haber Carrera que todo es dispuesto
Por ti, porque ahora es cuando
Llegado hasta esta Comienza y se te haga una bella
.. Altura. Espero que Realidad. Son los deseos de;
.Perdure y sigas siempre Christhian, Elva, Suri, Rosemary, y Tia Triny
Instituida. insistiendo hasta
j Lograr lo que buscas para
O Lograr encontrar el bienestar de un future mejor
Progress y felicidad para todos los que te rodean
Seguridad, en ti para emmpezar hasta culminar tu
Son los mejores deseos de tu papa, mama, y hermanas, quienes siempre te
apoyamos en tus
desiciones y te exhortamos a que sigas adelante.
Sa Muchas Felicidades "Leola"
'.: -'o : '.. .
Greetings to the Senior Class '94
Cristobal- Colon Rotary Club
FUNDADO EN 1920
AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE WORLD
COLON, REPUBLICAN DE PANAMA
Apartado 2412 Cristobal, Rep. De Panama Distrito 4240
Meeting every Thursday at 12:15 P.M. at Hotel Washington-Hyatt
ROTARY"S FOUR-WAY TEST
- OF THE THINGS WE THINK, SAY OR
1. Is it the truth?
2. Is it fair to all concerned?
3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
TRY IT- YOU'LL BE SURPRISED
AT THE RESULTS!
. o. .. o o. . .- : ,
"* Aubrey Jean,
Duty makes us do
but love makes us do
Always love what we
,Mom & Dad
^o^-.4? .- 4- .. -
j Congratulations Seniors
**To all the students
at CHS, we wish
A C you the very best!
\W C Women's Club
"Working together to serve
Laura C. Kraemer
Cristobal High School
Class of '94
A gift of God, a blessing in our lives, a purpose-
we love you. Now, you begin on your own. We
pray that the Lord will keep and protect you, we
pray you will walk with the lord, for your
happiness and your continued success in the
Love you always,
Mom and Dad
A special person. We wish you the
best in everything, and we thank
you for the warmth and friendship
you brought into our home
C,00 , 1 '0 \V I C
3 Few people look at a dream and with
determination set out to meet the challenge. You
have done just that!
O0 My wish for you now:
Follow your heart....search for strength from your
0 faith within....shape your dreams to your desire,
always keeping others close to you....and be open to
risk, for it will bring unexpected romance and
0 May you find love and happiness
on the paths you choose.
I am so very proud of you!
Love. Mrs. Elliott (Lindal
Congratulations for a job well done! You 0
are a great son, with a very hopeful future .l
ahead of you. Continue to strive for the
best. Remember the Lord our God and his
son Jesus Christ, and the doors of success
will be opened wide.
Dad, Mom, Kimberley,
Keep your dreams
growing and your
goals true and
family loves you
and we know you
can make your
0 M\ .a^^f
CLASS OF 1994
C.B. Fenton & Company, S.A.
Agents at the
Best Wishes to the 1994 CHS Graduates
PCC Northern District Firefighters
Altamont DePass, Sgt.
Aurelio Morgan, Sgt.
PRicrda O rt+i tn+
Ricardo Barker, Sgt.
Jose Chue, Sgt.
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LtLU VUl'1. tJfl S U. ugent o^ rLyanJt, gk J. CJJ U .
Eugenio Roberts, Lt. Reinaldo Clarke, Sgt.
Wallace Teal, Asst. Altamont DePass, Sgt.
Chief Vernal Farnum, Lt.
Ricardo Hall, Asst. Battal-
JROTC salutes the U.S. and Panama, partners for
\i I.~ l
J.R.O.T.C. stands tall and proud
as we salute the class of 1994!
Clinic 41-3798, 41-3863
With the compliments of
Dr. Bolivar Franco
Children and Adults
RosseveltAve. 10th Street
Apartment 1 No. 10,092
Colon Rep. of Panama
Don't let what you
can't do interfere
with what you can
do! Just Do It, Ti-
With compliments of
At the Panama Canal
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Tarpon Club Gatun Tarpon Club Balboa
Atlantic Side Pacific Side
ph: 2-43-5316 ph: 2-28-1192
Specialists in Seafood!
The Tarpon Club wishes much success to the
students of CHS through the efforts of your
studies for the present and future.
Pan American Dive Club
Providing a safe alternative
to costly diving
Open Fridays 4,.
Old Post Office Building .
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Panama Canal Federation of Teachers
wishes Cristobal High Students
Best of luck