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 Editor's page
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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: 1975
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Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Memorium
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Dedication
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Faculty
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
    Seniors
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
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        Page 54
        Page 55
    Underclassmen
        Page 56-57
        Page 58
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        Page 61
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    Clubs
        Page 93
        Page 94
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        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
    Sports
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
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        Page 139
        Page 140
        Page 141
        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
    Activities
        Page 145
        Page 146
        Page 147
        Page 148
        Page 149
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        Page 165
        Page 166
    Boosters
        Page 167
        Page 168
        Page 169
    Advertising
        Page 170
        Page 171
        Page 172
        Page 173
        Page 174
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        Page 183
    Editor's page
        Page 184
    Autographs
        Page 185
        Page 186
        Page 187
    Index
        Page 188
        Page 189
        Page 190
        Page 191
        Page 192
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
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CARIBBEAN 1975


CHS-TIGERS

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL
VOLUME 58
COCO SOLO, CANAL ZONE






IN MEMORY OF


Dr. Levin, who was our school doctor, our friend and our counselor. His patience and understan-
ding ..... .his quiet humor ..... .his warm smile and friendly greetings ..... .his wisdom
in saying just the word of counsel ..... .his interest in each one of us ..... .will always remain
in our hearts.







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DEDICATION


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THE ADMINISTRATION


LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. James Cook, Supervisor of Secondary instruction; Mr. John Faucett, Assistant Superinten-
dant of Secondary Schools; Mr. David Speir, Superintendant of Schools; Dr. Charles Latimer, Deputy Superinten-
dant of Schools; Mr. Everett Holmgrain, Supervisor of Secondary Instruction.


Mr. James Pfau, Principal


Mr. Charles Renno
Asst. Principal











COUNSELORS













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Mrs. Gegg Girl's Counselor ig 1 .

Mr. Palumbo Attendance Counselor



Counseling is the process of helping students learn to help
themselves. Students are given guidance in choosing the
proper schedule of courses, are aided in making decisions
about careers after high school, and are tested in aptiude,
personality and intelligence.

The guidance counselors at Cristobal High School seek to
provide students with information such as books,
pamphlets and films with which students can make their .
own choices.

Through discussions between the counselor and the stu-
dent concerning the student's interest, aptitude and
special problems, the best possible choices as to the
student's future can be made. Testing proves a very
valuable tool, serving the student as a indicator of his or
her abilities and potential. Students are given the Iowa
Basic Skills test, the S.A.T., and the A.C.T. which are all --
ways of determining where your ability lies.


Mr. Mowery Boy's Counselor







THE JANITORS


FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Gloria Raymond, Castillo Catalino, Enrique Aburto, Eradio Grant, Am-
brosio BethanCourt BACK ROW: Manuel Espino, Escobar Urbano, Guerara Domingo, Alfredo
Gibson NOT PICTURED: Nicolas Barcenas, Ernesto Boyce, Pablo Carr.


OFFICE

STAFF


Mrs. Bullinger


Mrs. Allen


Mrs. Archibald





THE LIBRARY


THE
CLINIC


Mrs. Blanchette, Nurse


Dr. DeLaGarcia






CAFETERIA


This year C.H.S. cafeteria has a new
sound and music system provided by
the Student Association. Throughout
the year students have enjoyed a
variety of music while eating, furnished
and run by Student Association of-
ficers. The system is valued at $725,
raised mainly through S.A. cards and
sports.


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Cristobal Junior-Senior High School has an ex-
tensive math program, ranging from 7th grade
math to such courses as Algebra, Geometry,
Analysis, and Calculus. Although only 2 years
of math are required to graduate, all students
are given a chance to further their
mathematical education if they desire to do so.


Mr. Bock
Algebra II, Calculus
Introductory Analysis


Mr. Cowley Mr. Grubbs
Algebra I, II Math 7
Gen. Math I


Mr. Howell
Geometry. Algebra I


Mr. Mazzoni
Math 7.8


Mrs. Witcher
Geometry. Algebra I


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Math 7. 8








ENGLISH









The English department, being the largest department at
CHS, has 11 faculty members. The English courses at
CHS are designed to give the students a broad understan-
ding of English through literature and grammar. English
is a very important part of our education and much of our
success in life will be based upon how we use it.


Mrs. Weaver
English I, II


Mrs. Stronach
English 8, I


Mr. Cheshire. Eng. 7. 8


Mrs. Wilferd, Eng. 8


Mrs. Tanner, Eng. 7







ENGLISH


Mr. Fattorosi
English III, IV


Mr. Helm
Reading, Eng. III, IV


Mr. Perkins
Eng. III, Journalism


Mr. Knoop
U.S. Hist., Eng. II


Mr. Sharick, Spec Ed


Mr. Wells, Library









SCIENCE






Over the years, Science has developed into a fascinating
subject. And now, CHS gives you a wide variety of Science
courses to take. For students in the 7th grade, there is Life
Science which they must take. For 8th graders we have
Earth Science. Grades 9-12, Introductory Physical
Science (IPS); Biology for 10th-12th graders; Chemistry
for llth and 12th graders. There is Physics, taught to
Seniors only, and Physiology for 11th and 12th grades.


Mr. Short
Science. Biology


Mr. Patty
Life Science


Mr. Palumbo
Physical Science


Mr. Reeves
Physics. Algebra I


Mrs. Griffin
Life Science. Eng. 8


Mr. Hieronymus
Chemistry, Physiology







HOME ECONOMICS

Home Ec. teaches girls cooking, and sewing under the supervi-
sion of Mrs. McNaughton. The first semester begins with lear-
ning food measurements, and basic nutrition. When the students
have learned these, they start to cook. During the second
semester the girls learn sewing, and as one of their re-
quirements, they must sew their own skirt and blouse.















Mrs. McNaughton





INDUSTRIAL


ARTS


Mr. Graver


Mr. Lassila


Mr. Sumner


Industrial Arts is for boys in grades 8-12. In
order to receive a good grade, the following
Requirements are necessary: Proper
Measurements, neatness, correct lines and
following instructions.










ART


Mr. Koziol, Arts I-IV
Not pictured.


Mr. Shank
Art 7, 8: Art I (9-12)


CHS offers many types of
art. Art 7 and 8 in-
troduces the student to
drawing, painting, letter-
ing, ceramics, and the use
of craft tools. Art I
developed the students'
drawings skills and design
concepts. It also teaches
painting, lettering, poster
making, and crafts. Art II
through Art IV stresses
art appreciation, with
originality and creativity
being most important.


MUSIC


The emphasis is on musical performance
at Cristobal. The band program advances
from beginners through the Varsity Band,
and the Chorus has one section for high
school students. In addition there is a
stage band which is a small outgrowth of
the musical program. The activities are
varied. Football games, Christmas con-
certs, Talent Shows, Spring Concerts,
touring the elementary schools, always
pushing to present challenging material
in attractive programs.


Mr. Carwithen-Chorus: Beg.,
Int.. Sr.. & Stage Bands.










LANGUAGES


For years C.H.S. has offered courses of
different languages. We have been for-
tunate to have such excellent teachers
for these subjects. Language courses
being taught this year are Latin,
Spanish and French. Unfortunately we
don't have anyone to teach Russian this
year as before.


Ms. Tilden
Spanish II and III


Mrs. Howard
Spanish III, IV, Latin I


Mr. Will
Spanish I


Mrs. Reifkohl
Spanish I, French I











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ROTC


Sgt. Guy
ROTC


The Reserve officers training Corps at CHS was established to help prepare
high school students for future careers in the service, to give students an idea of
what military life is like. It is to prepare students for college ROTC if they plan
to take it, and to make officers and leaders of men and women, while helping the
student mature.


Sgt. James
ROTC

























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Mrs. Campbell Mr. Dedeaux Mrs. Harris
Phys. Ed. 7, 8 Phys. Ed. I, II, III, IV Phys. Ed. 7, 8, I, II,
English I III, IV







The Physical Education Department of our school tries to
stress good sportsmanship and a sense of fair play to dis-
cipline the mind and to educate students in leisure time
activities. The Department strives to give all students a
chance to develop his or her skill, personal appearance
and physique.


Mr. Hoffman
Phys. Ed. 7, 8


Mrs. Fattarosi Mr. Litton
Phys. Ed. I, II, III, IV Phys. Ed. 7, 8, III, IV

























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Mr. McCullough
Soc. Studies 7, 8


Mr. Berger
U.S. History
Soc. Studies 8


Mr. Gansen
Behav. Science
Mod. Geography


SOCIAL


SCIENCES


Teaching us the relationships of people to one another, to their en-
vironment, and to their past, is what the social studies depart-
ment is all about. We live in a changing society and need to learn
the skills and abilities to cope with these new and changing con-
ditions. The social studies curriculum draws their context from
the fields of history, geography, economics, government, and
behavioral sciences as well as philosophy and art.


Mrs. Condon
English IV
Soc. Studies 8


Mr. Gregg
Mod. Geography
U.S. History (Inquiry)


Mr. Jacobs
Western Societies
Mod. Geography











BUSINESS


CHS offers such Business courses as
Typing I, II; Bookkeeping;
Shorthand; and General Business.
These courses may someday come in
handy for students in personal use or
in seeking employment. It is hoped
that the student will develop his skill
to the maximum before the school
year is over.


Mr. Johnson
Typing I, II: Bookkeeping


Mr. Robinson
Shorthand, General Business,
7th grade History














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V.P. Susan Styles, Pres. Robbie Currier, Treas. Margie Blair, Sec. Patty Valentine


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MICHAEL ARNOLD


PAUL AUSTIN


SUSAN AUSTIN


DEBBIE BAKER


DEIDRE ALVIREZ


SHERI ALEXAITIS


PAUL BAKER


STEVE BARGER






















PETER BARR


JAMES BIRD JR.


BARRY BLACK


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GEORGETTE BRADDOCK


LUCY BLOUNT











GEORGE BRANNAN


MICHAEL BOSWELL











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ANTHONY BURBINE


CARLOS BYNOE


BECKYCASEY


MARIA CASTRO


CATHERINE CLARK


BILLIE BROWN


TERRI BROWN


KAREN CINTRON


JUAN CLARAMUNT
























DEBBIE CLEVELAND


ROBERT CURRIER


CHERIE DANIELSEN


KAREN DEBOOR


MICHAEL DOCKERY


CHARLES CLARK


ENNA CORTES


RICHARD DIAZ


CRAIG DOHLE






















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RICHARD DOWELL


JULIAN DURAN


DAVID EVANS


RICHARD ELLIS


JAMES FEELEY


CINDY FERGUSON


ROBERT FERNANDEZ


VIRGINIA FIELY


LINDA FOURNIER





















LAWRENCE FRAZIER


JOHN GILBERT


SUSAN GILBERT


GLORIA GOOD


ROBERT GRAHAM JR.


MATTHEW GREEN


RICHARD GREENE


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PAUL GARNER


RICHMOND FRYER

























MALCOLM HAMM


TERRY HELMS


PRISCILLA HERNANDEZ


STEVEN HERRING


KAY HOUSLEY


DEBRA HARDEN


LAURA GREGG


DANIEL HUBP


SHERRY HILL

























YOLANDA HUNNICUTT


JACQUELINE JOHNSON


KAREN KEARNS


MARGARET KIENZLE


EDWIN LONGANACRE


GARRY ILUND


REX JANSEN


JANNA LOIZEAUX


PATRICIA LLOYD

















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RICHARD LOPEZ


JOHN MACDONALD


MICHAEL McDONNELL


KATHIE MURPHY

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DAWN MORGAN









MARIA NEGRETE


SUSIE MUNOZ









ALEXIS NIEVES


VICKI MAY
























ANN 0 DONNELL


ANDY PATTON


JILL PAULSON


VICTOR PART


CAROLINE PRICE


SCOTT PARKER


SUSAN PAIZ


KATHYPERRET


SARAH POLITE




















CARMEN QUINONES


JOSE RAMOS


DANNY REED


MARY RICHMOND


DEBRA REYNOLDS


NICOLAS QUINONES


MADELINE PUJALS


REGINA RIDDLE


MICHAEL RIDGE


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JULIA ROBERTSON


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ALFRED SANDROCK JR.


BRAD SCHMIDT


DAVID SHAW


CYNTHIA SHERMAN


STEVEN RIVERA


JACQUES ROSARIO


CLOVER SHOBE


SHERYL SMITH









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MIKE SMITH


ELIZABETH SNIDER


EDWARD SOLLAS


MICHAEL STEVENS


RALPH STONE JR.


SUSAN STYLES


DAVID THOMPSON


DONALD TOMLIN


NOLA SWAIN



























JEFFREY UREY


PATRICIA VALENTINE


KATHY VILLARREAL


BETSEY VAMPRINE














DEANE WALLACE


SUSAN VAROZ














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MICHELE UREY
























DEBORA WILLIAMS


BONNIE WILLIS


KATHY WILLS


ROBERT WILMONT


EUNICE ZACHARY


GUY WEST


NANCY WILLIFORD


BARBARA YERXA






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OPP. PAGE L to R, T to B: M. Blair, P. Valentine,
L. Gregg, P. Hernandez, K. Welty, D. Wallace, P.
Baker, T. Burbine, J. Loizeaux, D. Cleveland, T.
Helms, B. Casey, D. Alvirez, D. Hubp, C. Dohle, G.
Braddock, C. Ferguson, S. Alexaitis, S. Austin, D.
''" Morgan, R. Stone, S. Munoz, B. Brown, C. Clark,
N. Swain, P. Castro, N. Quinones, S. Brannan, D.
Harden, S. Polite, C. Ferret, C. Price, C. Quinones,
K. Villarreal, A. O'Donnell, V. May. THIS PAGE
C. Danielsen, J. Johnson, A. Sandrock, M. Rich-
mond, G. Fryer, S. Styles, D. Baker, D. Reed, V.
Fiely, G. West, B. Yerxa, T. Brown, D. Williams, J.
Paulson, C. Sherman, B. Willis, M. Stevens, L.
SFournier, C. Shobe, K. Cintron, G. Brannon,
Michele and Jeff Urey, D. Evans, M. Tiger


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Dan Hubp


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RUNNERS UP:
Nola Swain
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SENIOR

SWEETHEARTS


Deidre Alvirez
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Dan Hubp





RUNNERS UP:
Debbie Harden
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Bill Allen








MOST

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Ed Longanacre
Vicki May






RUNNERS UP:
Joe Ramos
Eunice Zachary


MOST TALENTED


George Brannon
Sheryl Smith








RUNNERS UP:
Ed Longanacre
Sheila Brannon






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Al Sandrock
Janna Loizeaux








RUNNERS UP:
Brad Schmidt
Susan Styles


MOST

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Robbie Currier
Margaret Kienzle


RUNNERS UP:
Richard Greene
Cherie Danielsen






BEST DRESSED


Ed Sollas
Nancy Williford








RUNNERS UP:
Jim Feeley
Deane Wallace


BEST

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Ralph Stone
Gigi Braddock







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Mary Richmond


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Karen DeBoor


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Karen Cintron





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James Amason
Susan Anderson
Robert Austin














John Barriteau
Susan Bath
Batman
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Mary Bellhop
Catherine Berlin
Edward Blout Jr.
James Bowman














Steven Boswell
John Bridwell
Carmen Bringas
Melinda Brown














Steve Brunhaver
Kurt Bullinger
Francisco Burac
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Nancy Chinothai
Pete Chinothai
Mona Christian













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Michael Collins
Walter Collins Jr.
Victor Cruz













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Linda Darwick
John Davison
Robert Day













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Donna Deaton
Theodore Deboor
Tilda Edwards













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Keith Felder
Larry Frazier
Thomas Gabriel


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Robert Good
Michael Graves
Gail Gregg














Liam Haggerty
Melanie Hames
Lori Hetrick
Flora Hudgins














Priscilla Husband
Debora Jackson
Margaret Jaketic
Silvio Jacob












Michael Jimenez
Janet Katsumoto
Norine Kaufer
Michael Kelly















Kathleen Kirkpatrick
D LaPorta Jr.
Sandra Lewis
Linda Loizeaux














Betty Love
James Mccarrick
Kathy Meyer
Julie Moebus













Lawrence Moochler
Debra Moratin
Judy Morris
Stephanie Mowery













Barney Norton III
Andrew Norval
James Palomares
Charles Perret












Betty Perry
Richard Phares
Surse Pierpoint Jr.
Mary Lee Proctor














Kathy Pujols
Richard Ramos
William Ramos
Yasmin Ranneh


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Jack Revell Jr.
Cynthia Reynolds
Anne Richardson
Mary Riley















Mickey Rivera
Robert Rivera
Daryl Robinson
Jose Rodriguez














Luz Rodriguez
Frances Rorke
Ivanisa Rublescki
Diane Ruoff















James Salmon
Corine Sanchez
Patricia Sanchez
Dino Scott














Yvonne Smith
Jimmy Snider
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Cynthia Starrett
Reid Stinnett
Clara Stone
James Stowers













Edward Stroop
Lourdes Suarez
Vielka Tom
William Tschumy














Mario Ubben
Willie Vamprine
William Warm
Cynthia Watson














Murray Webb
Roger Welch
Nancy White
Thomas Wilder


Noreen Will
Alberto Wilmont





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CLASS
OFFICERS


Pres. John Dedeaux, V.P. Susan Smith, Sec. Elsie Ferrer, Treas. Paul Alexaitis













Myrna Acosta
Destin Adams
Clarence Alberga
Paul Alexaitis
Arcadia Anderson










Denise Archer
Beth Baker
Dianne Baker
Douglas Bales
Rafael Barraza










Teresa Barth
Ronda Bath
Wanda Bath
Teresa Behre
Susan Bell










Carol Berger
Amalia Bernace
John Bjorneby
Mary Blanchette
Nancy Blount










Deborah Bolden
Jacqueline Brown
Robert Buchanan
John Campbell
Jennings Carlisle










Michael Coleman
Peter Collins
Frank Colon
Kelvin Corbett
Sherry De Frees














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So ie De Vandeul
P a ; k Deaton
Jo, edeaux
Ed Dennis










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Ka' sen Duran
Bei Edwards
Ric rd Egger
Br Egolf










Els- Ferrer
Josr-uh Finneman
Ron Aid Forrest
Pau: Fortune
Rob rt Frazier


Jeffrey Fryer
William Gilbert
Newton Giraud
Sonia Giraud
Jimmy Gomez










Eliseo Gonzalez
Danny Hale
Kevin Hanes
Carisa Heath
Edward Herring










Kimberly Hetrick
Linder Hicks
Nancy Horta
Brenda House
Patricia Housley


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Lance Hubp
George Hudgins
Mark Jackley
Monica Jansen
Maria Jean-Francois










Cynthia Jensen
Jason Johnson
Cristopher Jones
William Joudry
Theodore Kaufer









James Ketcham
Jimmy King
Samuel Kredell
Heidi Kuehn
Francisco Lee











Gregory Leenhouts
Marc Loizeaux
Irma Martinez
Richard Marvin
Bonnie McNaughton










Reinaldo Medina
Michael Mentillo
Luke Merry
David Moochler
Annette Morgan










Elizabeth Munoz
Michael Murphy
Andrew Myers
William Myles
Luis Negrete














:anny Norton
anessa Nuneza
'dward Overstreet
aren Paine
*,nnis Palomares










martin Perez
ack Perry
chenando Peterson
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onald Pierce









Tammi Planchon
*;uis Quinones
tarry Quirit
Alexander Ramirez
Dorthy Ramirez











Ray Ramon
Sarah Revell
John Ridge
Karen Riley
Victor Rivera










Robert Rodgers
Cesar Rodriguez
Ruben Rosario
Gina Rossi
Jeffrey Rozmeski


Anelise Rublescki
Terri Salyer
Roberta Sanchez
Andrew Self
Tracy Scott


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Denise Seigler
Karen Sellers
Christopher Senters
Douglas Shaw
Lee Shultz











Mark Simons
Susan Smith
Roderick Snyder
Linda Stone
Amanda Tanner










Donald Tanner
Eva Thompson
Mary Tiniacos
Scott Tomlinson
Bryan Tumblin













Pamela Valenzuela
Gregory Varoz
Steven Waggoner
Charles Warnberg
Delando Watts











Mary Welch
Janet Wills
Rose Woodard
James Westerling
Brenda Yerxa


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Pres. Ginger Sell, Vice. Pres. Mary Ann Robertson, Sec. Elena Suarez, Treas. Betty Bird













Magna Acosta
Hugh Adams
Lili Agostini
Patrick Aldridge
Ana Alicea










Beverly Allen
Stuart Alien
Larry Angermuller
Patricia Austin
Cheryl Bence










Betty Bird
James Boyd
Glenn Brandl
Venus Brannan
Clyde Brown










Michele Brown
John Burgess
Robert Carwithen
Teodorita Chacon
Leonardo Cintron










Linda Cintron
Michael Cirulli
Barbara Coffey
Don Coffey
Kenneth Coleman










Marsha Collins
Mark Collins
Katherine Corrigan
Julio Cruz
Paula Davison












Nilliam Davison
lathalie De VanDuel
'edro Del Busto
'dwin Dennis
;ylvia Dockery


cki Dowell
a'phne Downing
:ichael Dubrosky
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tula Edwards










Srthur Egger
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Iobert Elliot
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Gadira Falu
Giovanni Ferrari
Steven Fetherston
Maribeth Fiely
Joseph Fournier










Melody Gassman
Jaime Gerald
Rolando Gonzalez
Lori Good
John Good










Delphine Hanna
Cindy Harper
Steven Harper
Jack Harris
Alberto Hernandez


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Emilio Ho
Michael Holt
Judy Hudgins
Sheila Hudson
Mario Hurtado







Jill Jackley
Patricia Joudry
Karen Kandrin
Richard Keith
Valeria Kelley







Linda Kelly
Debra Kidd
Socrates Ladner
La Donna Lentz
Ashok Maganbhai







Ivan Maltz
Sylvia Martinez
Michael McGregor
Thomas McLeod
Robert Mentillo







Amalia Meraz
Denise Miller
Craig Minshew
Carmen Morales
Kevin Morgan







Richard Murphy
Leticia Negrete
David Noland
Betteena Paiz
Kathleen Parker







Stacy Parker
John Planchon
Richard Polite
Peter Procter
Alex Quirit


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Randall Ramos
John Reduga
Ronny Reed
Dawn Rega
Debra Remboske







Joanne Richard
Michael Richmond
Kevin Ridge
Loreen Ridge
Jere Riggs







Lida Rivera
Amy Robertson
Mary Robertson
Lourdes Rodriquez
Maria Rodriquez







Cynthia Romine
Loren Rood
Doris Ruble
Kevin Saltz
Glenn Sawyer







Danilo Scott
Florence Sell
Donald Shaw
Linda Simmons
Heather Slimon







Stuart Smith
Yvette Smith
Fred Smith
Teresa Snider
Albert Sperling







Richard Starrett
Sally Steele
Suzanne Steele
Thomas Stern
Alice Stevens


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Matthew Strock
Robert Stronach
Jose Suarez
Zoy Tiniacos
Edward Trdla








John Trdla
James Tumblin
Mary Varoz
Donald Wachsmann
Clayton Walker








Kirk Wallace
Julia Ware
Heather Warm
Emily Warnberg
Charles Watson








Robert Weeden
Karyn Wilder
Orlando Williams
Tracy Williams
Anthony Wilmont









Susan Wright
Donna Yerxa
Everett Yore


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William Alberga
Lori Allen
Zoraida Alvarez
Nancy Anderson
Elba Anderson
Kaya Arnold





David Baitel
Risa Bales
Michael Barnes
Dixie Barth
Albert Belisle
Carlos Bernace





Randy Berry
Valerie Bock
Bruce Braddock
Ana Maria Brannon
Jerry Bredenkamp
Pat Bridwell


Aaron Brown
Joyce Brown
Zuleika Burac
Nitizia Burrell
Giovanna Butler
Sherry Chacon


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Elden Coffey
Julie Collins
Leslie Colon
Paulina Cortes
Xavier Cruz





Jesse Darrow
Anthony Davison
Jennifer Davison
John Dockery
Geougia Dohle
Theresa Dowdy





Cindy Easterling
Maureen Egger
Kevin Ellis
Nidia Farnum
Virginia Favorite
Lee Fetherston


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David Finneman
Kelly Forrest
Phillip Fortune
Rossano Gerald
Cheri Gercich
Sylvia Gonzalez





Steve Graham
Judy Hagen
Earl Hall
Lori Hanes
Charles Hanna III
Donna Harden






Donna Hayes O '. D '
William Helms
Tuy Hicks
Karl Hinz
Chris Holt
Eddy Hope






Pam HouseLe
Maruja Hunnicutt
Gina Jimenez
Jean Jordi C.
Frances Katsumoto
Kris Kearns







Mike Keith
Frances Kienzle
Cristo Kitras
Kathy Kredell
Roger Larmer
Melissa Lasanta






Robert Latimer
Victor Lau
Betty K. LeDoux
Mike Leenhouts
Laura Lentz
Brent Litton






Kevin Logan
Charlotte Longanacre

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Donald Love
Donna Lumus
Steven MacDonald









Michael Mazerolle
Robert Mazerolle
Bob Menges
Mary Ann Mentillo
Laura Meyer
Susan Milligan






David Minehart
Margaret Moebus
Debbie Montalvo
Elva Moolchan
Margaret Morgan
Todd Morgan






Fred Morris
Sandra Mullins
David Myles
Richard Ned
Maria Mieves
Dean Norris






Daniel Olivera
John Overstreet
Ron Palomares
Linard Parsons
Juan Pataro
Mike Paulson






Ana Perez
Kelly Perkins
4:. : Charlotte Peterson
Ernest H. Peugnet III
Randy Phares
Kenneth Pierce





Lizzie Pierpoint
Gloria Pontzius
Ricky Rainey
Robert Rainey
Jerry Ransom
Connie M. Reed






S Carla Rega
Jackie Richardson
David P. Ridge
Dale Riley
Nina Rinchich
Mary Rivera










Ivette Rodriguez
S s b l IPatRicia Rorke
Steve Rosario
John Ruble
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Len Sanschargrin




MAngela Scott
Linda Sell
Andy Sellers
Vicky Shattuck
William Sing
Felicita Smith






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Mary Ann Spagna
SlDini Sperling
Lloyd Spires
SWendy Starrett





Sidney Steele
Bruce Stern
Lynette Stokes
Elena Suarez
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Karen Telfair







Carol Thompson
John Tortorice
Teresa Trdla -
David Valenzuela f4
Pat Valenzuela -
James Valencia





George Vamprine i
Juli Villarreal
Walden Wagner
David Wattley
Derrick Weeden
Kenneth Willis


Sophia Wilmont
Harold Wolf


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Jeffrey Abbott
Eugene Adams
Mark Aldridge
Britta Angermuller
Hayden Anthony
Jackie Anthony


Juan Baez
Bill Bailey
Allan Baitel
Charles Barcus
Gaylon Barnes
Kathy Barnes


Lisa Barrett
Alan Barth
Duane Berlin
Cindy Berry
Sandra Berry
Bilenda Blagg


Rochelle Blount
Luis Bosch
Conger Brown
Susan Brown
Sally Brunhaver
Patricia Brunswick


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Kathy Buchanan
Joselyn Cassidy
Vern Caturia
Rickey Chappell
James Cleveland
Holly Coe


Andrea Coffey
Amira Cohen
Wyatt Collins
Robert Convery
Joe Corrigan
Caroline Cortes


David Craig
Karen Cruz
Ted Cruz
Carl Dahlstrom
George Daniel
Deborah Darrow


Veronica Degregori
Luis Del Busto
Hugh Douglas
Fred Durr
Glen Elliott
Kim Elliott


Ronald Yanke
Ada Favorite
John Fiely
Paul Fletcher
Shiela Fornel
Phillip Fournier


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Mark Gewin
Brenda Gomez
Aileen Gonzales
Mell Gonzalez
Stephen Gonzales



Marianne GoodHepner
Shelly Graver
Gary Graves
Jennie Green
Jerry Harliesn
Skipper Harris


Denis Healey
Glen Heath
Marcie Hepner
Abraham Heres
Linda Hernandez
Maria Hernandez





Debbie Hill
Daniel Hope
Glenda Hudgins
Sandy Hudson
Maria Irion
S Susanne Jeffers




Lori Jones
Debbie Ketcham
Daniel Kidd
Eduardo Kirby
Pam Kirkpatrick
Cameron Larch




Cliff Layman
Debbie Ledbetter
Laura Loizeaux
Rose Love
William Lummus
Melinda MacNeil



Deanna Malo
Leanne Mans
Marvin Marcum
Paul Marvin
Bill McCullen
Mark 'McGregor



Michael McLeod
James Mendoza
Vicky Minshew
Kathy Molina
Sara Morel
Jaime Mowery



Luetta Mullins
Robert Myles
Dipak Nathu
Jose Negrete
Kim Newsome
Migdalia Nieves








Kathy Noland
Gezlyn Nuneza ,
Viki Olson .
Maria Pataro
Karen Peugnet
Tracy Phillips



Harold W. Planchon
George Portier
Steve Procter
Carlos Richard
Alan Ridge
Denia Ridley



Eudosia Riggs
Tim Riggs '
Maria Rivera
Ronald Rivera
Michael Roberts
Arleen Rodriguez



Maria Rodriguez h
Charlie Rossie
John Rowley
Debora Sanchez
Susan Sanschargrin
Carol Schwartz





Marjorie Schwinn
Jackie Sell
Donna Sellers
Scott Sigman
Scott A. Slimon
Elvia Smith



Vicky A. Specht
Veronica Spires
Cecilia Spires
Donald Stewart
Caroline Stone
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Eddie Tanner
John Targonski
William Thompson
Alex Tiniacos
Emilia Tom
David Tucker


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Mark Ubben
Matthew Ubben
Julie Untalan
Beth Varoz
Vicky Villarreal
Lee Wagner



Ana Maria Ware
Billy Welty
Leanne Werlein
Patty White
Tamera Witcher
Anita Woodard







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FRONT ROW: T. Witcher, M. McGregor, J. Sell, L. Werline, S. Gercich, SECOND ROW: D.
Shaw, D. Healy, C. Richards, J. Fournier, J. Andersen, Mr. Helm. THIRD ROW: K. Francey,
L. Pierpoint, G. Favorite, E. Suarez, L. Sell.


ZEPHYR STAFF


FIRST ROW: M. Rivera, T. Witcher, V. Specht, J. Sell, L. Sell, L. Pierpoint, R.
Palomares, SECOND ROW: C. Richards, B. K. Ledeaux, S. Gercich, E. Suarez, G. Butler,
Mrs. Griffin.








JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY


I RONT ROW: Jerry Ransom,
I aruja Hunnicutt, Daniel
( Ivera. BACK ROW: Kathy
I redell, Giovanna Butler,
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JUNIOR HIGH


STUDENT ASSOCIATION


7 FRONT ROW: Tim Riggs, David
Finneman, Jerry Bredenkamp, Richard
Rainey, Mateo Ubben, Buddy Planchon,
''l Ron Palomares, Eduardo Kirby, Phillip
S^ Fournier. BACK ROW: Kris Kearns, Ana
"" ," 4 .. Brannon, Carlos Richards, Britta Angur-
muller, Betty Kay Ledeaux, Lori Allen,
Elena Suarez, Virginia Favorite, Kathy
Kredell, Sherri Gercich, Linda Sell, Vicky
Olsen, Vicky Villarreal, Jodi Wainio,
Arlene Rodriguez.

















JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL


BLUE-GOLD CHEERLEADERS


Blue: Vicki Villarreal, Ana Brannon, Laura Loizeaux, Jaime Mowery, Kris
Kearns, Lynette Stokes


Gold: Jenny Butler, Jenny Davison, Jackie Richardson, Donna Harde
Margaret Moebus, C. Berry, M. Hepner














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Pat Lloyd, Kathy Wills, Susan Styles, Richard
.Greene, Janna Loizeaux (Treas.), Shiela Brannon,
S Al Sandrock (Pres.), David Evans (Vice-Pres.), Rob-
hbie Currier, Virginia Fiely (Sec.). Cheri Danielson,
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HONOR

GRADUATES FOR

1975


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Kathy Wills, Kim Welty, Becky Casey, Madeline
Pumols, Jacki Johnson, Terri Brown, Bonnie
Willis, Janna Loizeaux, Pat Lloyd, Karen Cin-
tron, Virginia Fiely, Karen Kearns, Yolanda
Hunnicutt, Shiela Brannon, Maria Negrete, Al
Sandrock, Kathy Vilareall, Joe Ramos, Richard
Greene, George Brannon, Brad Schmidt, Susan
Styles, Dan Hubp, Susan Varoz, Cheri
Danielson, David Evans, NOT PICTURED, Doris
Tomlin and Sheryl Smith.




JUNIOR HIGH PROJECTIONISTS


THESPIANS







THESPIAN CLUB


Group picture not available.


Thespian Club productions have always been well
received at Cristobal High School, and this year
has seen complete success in Thespian efforts.
Much work put in after school and on week-ends
resulted in large audiences, always pleased. Mr.
Bock was the sponsor and did a fine job of
coaching a very talented club.








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CLUB

The Spanish Club requires that al.
members speak and understand Spanish
The objective of the Spanish Club is to aic
student understanding to become familiar
with the Republic of Panama. The club ad-
ditionally sponsors the Spanish Honor
Society. Another club activity is particiap.
tion in carnival activities.







FIRST ROW: Kathy Perret, Inez Butler, Clara Stone, Patricia Loyd, Susan Varoz, Kathy
Villareal. Marjorie Blair, Cheri Danielson SECOND ROW: Vicky Tom, Yolanda Hunnicut,
Richard Greene, George Brannen, Al Sandrock, William Warm, Mr. Helm





FRENCH L


CLUB -

The French Club is open to students who __
have taken two years of French and have
a B average. Each year the club holds a
banquet at Brazos Brook Golf Club. The
French Club's purpose is to stimulate
students interest in the language, history,
and cultir-Cof France. To make this possi- -
ble guest speakers are invited to present
reports. The Club's sponsor is Mrs.
Riefkohl.




FRONT ROW: Lida Rivera, Lourdes Suarez, Natalie DeVandeul, Leticia Negrete, Sophie
DeVandeul. Sheila Brannon, Nick Quinones MIDDLE ROW: Carmen Morales, Dawn Starrett,
Kathy Perret, Mrs. Riefkohl, Daphne Downing, Gadira Falu, Myrna Acosta, Mary Tinacos BACK
ROW: Elena Edwards, Patricia Joudry, Ken Snyder, Danilo Scott, Francisco Lee, Scott Tomlin-
son. Debra Williams, Richard Greene, Ruth Hudgins, Paula Edwards, Alice Stevens, Magda
Acosta








LAB ASSISTANTS


FRONT ROW Left to Right: Lourdes Suarez MIDDLE ROW: Danilo Scott, Vicki Villareal, Wanda Bath, Jean Jordi, BACK ROW:
Mark Black, Robert Fernandez, Lee Swearingen, Luly Rodriquez, Bob Carwithen.


The language lab assistants must be
Qualified to handle the various equipment.
They assist the language teachers with the
managing of the tapes.