Caribbean

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Title:
Caribbean
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Serial
Language:
English
Creator:
Cristobal High School
Publisher:
Yearbook House
Place of Publication:
Kansas City, Missouri
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
1959

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Subjects / Keywords:
Canal Zone
Yearbook
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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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UF00093680:00083


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MR. PAUL BECK
Principal
AB, Findloy College
MA, University of Michigan


MISS VILMA ROSANIA
Canal Zone Junior College
Secretary


MISS JEANNE BROWN
BA and MA, University of Missouri
Librarian
National Honor Society Sponsor


MISS ADAMARY ANDERSON
BA, Florida State College for Women
MA, University of Michigan
U. S. History
American Institutions
Girls' Counselor
FTA Caribe Club Sponsor


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CAPT. JAMES CLOUD-
Military Ill and IV


MR. FRANK J. DeGEER
AB, Colorado State College
AM, University of Texas
Geography
History
Journalism
Quill and Scroll


MISS ANNE DOWD
AB, Cornell University
Spanish
French
Latin
Dramatic Club Sponsor


MR. NOEL GIBSON
BS, Bradley University
Shop
Drawing
Machine
Rifle Club Sponsor


MR. EUGENE GREGG
AA, Canal Zone Junior College
BA, Colorado State College
Social Studies
Athletic Council Sponsor


MR. JOHN GRISWOLD
BA, University of Illinois
Woodshop
Sophomore Class Sponsor
Driving Class Instructor


MR. O. E. JORSTAD
BA, Concordia College
BM, Concordia Conservatory of Music
MA, University of Michigan
Band
Orchestra


MR. FRANK HUKILL
BS and MA, University of Kentucky
General Science
General Math
Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor


MR. L. HUTCHINSON
BS, University of Idaho
Math 7 and 8
Solid Geometry
Trigonometry
Algebra



























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MRS. ALFCHILD MAEDL
BA, Gustavus Adolphus College
English


MISS BESS LITER
BA, Randolf Macon Women's College
MA, University of West Virginia
English


MR. CARL MAEDL
BE and MA, Columbia University
Biology
Boys' Counselor
Junior Class Sponsor


MR. BERNARD MAZZONI
BS, Lebanon Valley College
Math 7
Algebra 1
Freshman Sponsor


MISS SOPHIE McLIMANS
BS, University of Wyoming
Cafeteria






















MR. LUKE C. PALUMBO
BS, Northwest Missouri State
Health
General Science
Physical Education
"C" Club Sponsor


MR. PAUL MOSER
BS, East Stroudsburg State
Teachers' College


MR. J. A. MOUDY
BS, Arkansas State Teachers' College
MS, University of Arkansas
Plane Geometry
Algebra
Math 7


MRS. EILEEN O'BRIEN
San Diego State College
Claremont College
Physical Education






















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MRS. MARGERY PETERSON
BS, New York State College
for Teachers
Shorthand
Typing
SA Financial Advisor


MRS. GRACE PFAU
BS, Valley City State Teachers' College
Household Arts
English
Art
Jr. High Dramatic Club


MR. JAMES H. PFAU
BS, University of Minnesota
Physics
Chemistry
SA Sponsor


M/SGT. ROBERT ROBINSON
Combat Intelligence School
Military 1


MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL
BA, New York University
MA, Teachers' College, Columbia Univ.
Spanish
English
Jr. High SA Sponsor


MRS. DOROTHY SMITH
AB, Ohio Northern University
MA, Denver University
English
Modern Business
Senior Class Sponsor
Cheerleader Sponsor


MR. ERNEST B. WRIGHT
AB and MS, Oklahoma University
English
Modern World History
The Zephyr


MR. JAMES STEARNS
BS and MA, University of Florida
Spanish
21 Club


SFC EDWARD SOUNEY
Military Science
Drill Team
























































LOUISE MARIE EDMONSON
President


BENJAMIN FAVORITE
Vice-President


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MILKY WAY



A Great Band of Stars

LOUISE MARIE EDMONSON
"Weasel"
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 9, 1937
"Ever jovial and always gay--
She makes friends easy that way."
Sr. Class Pres. 4; National Thespians 3,4; Secy. 4; Varsity
Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; "Meet
Corliss Archer" 1; "Gramercy Ghost" 2; "Swing Fever" 3;
"The Bat" 4; FTA 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Library Asst. 1; Com-
mittees 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,4; Comm. and Bacc. 3;
Brawl Coach 4; Driving Course 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, All-
irs 3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 1,3,4; Basketball
I 3,4, All-stars 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Caribbean 4,
E.J.i:r 4; Tradewind 4, Editor 4; Hall of Fame 4; Quill and
Acu'll 4.
VIRGINIA DIGNAM
"Toddy"
Colon, Republic of Panama
September 23, 1937
"Laughter and friendship, two of her traits,
Will linger in the minds of her classmates."
Sr. Class Secy. 4; FTA 1,2,3,4; Parliamentarian 4; Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,4; National Thespians 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Varsity
Club 3,4, Secy. 4; "Meet Corliss Archer" 1; "Mooncalf
Mugford" 1; "Goodbye My Fancy" 2; "Gramercy Ghost"
2; "Swing Fever" 3; "Years Ago' 3; "The Bat" 4; "Time
Out For Ginger" 4; Glee Club 1,2; Cheerleader 4; Volley- VIRGINIA EDMONIA DIGNAM
ball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 2,3,4;
Basketball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 2,3; Hall of Fame 4. Secretary

BENJAMIN FAVORITE
"Benny"
Camden, New Jersey
March 21, 1937
"We'll remember him as a playful boy
Who filled our world with laughter and joy."
:.r. Class Vice-Pres. 4; Homeroom Alt. 1; Homeroom Fc
2; ROTC 1,2,3,4, 1st Lt. 4; Rifle Team 4; Brawl Coach
\ Lance Com. 1,2,3,4; Class Assembly 4; Football 1,2
varsity 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; "C" Club 23 2
Pres. 4.



HARVEY DON SMITH, JR.
"Don"
Ancon, Canal Zone
January 23, 1938
"With his backbone and brain he can take his place,
In the sport of life and win any race."
National Honor Soc. 4, Pres. 4; Homeroom Rep. 1; Class
Treas. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Massed Band Con- HARVEY DON SMITH, JR.
cert 3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4; "C"
Club. Treasurer



























JOHN NORMAN ALBRIGHT


RICHARD THEODORE ALEGUAS


LEOLIA LIVIA BAILEY


JOHN NORMAN ALBRIGHT
Colon, Republic of Panama
June 14, 1937
"From quiet, unexpected sources,
Often spring the world's great forces."
I.'.s Vice-Pres. 1; Rifle Club 1,2; "21" Club 2,3; p r'.-.
i ,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Assemblie:
C : )dbye My Fancy" 2.




RICHARD THEODORE ALEGUAS
"Ricky"
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 5, 1936
"Always happy always a friend,
A helping hand he'll always lend."
Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,4; Committees
1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Caribbean 4; Trade-
wind 4.







LEOLIA LIVIA BAILEY
"Yo-Yo"
Ancon, Canal Zone
October 20, 1937
"Leolia is friendly, kind and true,
Always ready to laugh with you."
FTA 3,4, Pres. 4; Dramatic Club 3,4, Secy. 4; Nation.al
Honor Sac. 4, Secy. 4; Band 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Asser.
blies 1,2,4; Committees 1,2,3,4.




ANDREW BLEAKLEY, JR.
"Andy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
September 17, 1937
"He'll be successful in any land,
For he holds his future well in hand."
H...,reroom Alt. 4; Homeroom Rep. 1,3; Class Pres. 2;
-.: mblies 1,2,4; Committees 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; "C"
'1.... 2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; "21" Club 4; J.V.
EA.ketball 1,2; Football Mgr. 2,3; Varsity Baseball 3,4;
i-,i Basketball 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Hall of Fame 4.




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HELENE De BOYRIE
Colon, Republic of Panama
December 5, 1936
"A winsome smile, laughing brown eyes,
Makes this girl above others rise."
D. ,matic Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3 Assemblies 1,2;
'r:ity Club 2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 2; Softball
1 3,4, All-stars 2,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; "Goodbye My
F.r.,:y" 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Hall of
: Dre 4.



MARY ANN BRASSEL
New York, New York
June 8, 1937
"Her winning smile, her graceful charm,
Would all your fears at once disarm."
Glee Club 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4;
Volleyball 1,2; Cafeteria 4; Library Asst. 4.


ANDREW BLEAKLEY, JR.


HELENE de BOYRIE


MARY ANN BRASSEL











JOAN BRENNAN
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 15, 1937
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and
all her paths are peace."
Fr: 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assemblies 1,2; Committees
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Sofit iil
I Basketball 1,2,3,4.



ALICE RUTH CHAMBERS
Colon, Republic of Panama
September 7, 1937
"A tireless worker, the whole day long,
Her life's in tune like a joyful song."
.u.: Sec.-Treas. 1; Class Secy. 3; Commiltees 1,2,3;
rD.,nal Honor Soc. 4, Treas. 4; FTA 3,4; Torrid Zone
S...zrds 4; Glee Club 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 4;
:aketball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 3; Homeroom Alt. 2; A.C.
Tr-a;. 3; Hall of Fame 4.




MARILYN CHAN
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 3, 1937
"It is tranquil people who accomplish much."
P-,. Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Gle'
Club 1,2; Camera Club 3; Assemblies 1,2; Sr. Dance 4
.:ileyball 2,3,4; Softball 2,4.


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JOSEPH MURRAY CORRIGAN
"Murray"
Colon, Republic of Panama
March 30, 1937
"If handsome is as handsome does,
A comelier lad there never was."
CIo.s Vice-Pres. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. Committees 3; '...Dr.r
Pl:, 2,3; ROTC 3; Hall Duty 3; Hall of Fame 4.



LAWRENCE F. COTTON
"Larry"
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 16, 1937
"He has a head to contrive, a tongue to persuade,
and a hand to execute any mischief."
C Club 4; Balboa Little Theater 2; ROTC 2,3,4, hM .'
1 Freshman Vice-Pres. 1; Committees 1,2,3,4; "Li ct
Thi Party" 1; "Kiss And Tell" 1; "Glamour Boy" 2; T.
Cr.,:ks And A Lady" 2; Glee Club 1; Football 4; Co..t.
tL-aa 4; Tradewind 4; Homecoming Court 4; Jr.-Sr. Pr.,--. 3


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ERNEST LEE COTTON
Colon, Republic of Panama
May 16, 1937
"Brimming over with jests and quips,
Never a sad word on his lips."
C-:..T.mittees 1; "Life Of The Party 1; "Glamour Boy" 2;
51'.,uer's Ball Comm. 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Sr. Dance 4.


JOSEPH MURRAY CORRIGAN


LAWRENCE F. COTTON


ERNEST LEE COTTON


MARILYN CHAN


JOAN BRENNAN


ALICE RUTH CHAMBERS


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JAMES CRAWFORD
"Jim"
Wadsworth, Ohio
March 3, 1937
"A friendly manner for all around him."
Hc. ,eroom Alt. 2; Gun Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Orche:i.3
S: 3,4; Rifle Team 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3; Track 1; RC.-
I 2 3,4.






JOHN JAMES DAVIS, III
Louisville, Kentucky
May 23, 1936
"He is all that's good and great,
He is the ruler of his fate."
,"1 s Treas. 1; Spanish Club 1; French Cotillion Clutb
b..ketball 1; La Cross 2; Track 4; ROTC 3,4.





WILLIAM DROSTE
"Bill"
St. Louis, Missouri
August 13, 1934
"Good things are twice as good when they are short."
CI. Club 2,3; Assemblies 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dances
S Committees 2; Play Productions 1; Track 4; ROTC






CARMEN ALICIA DUCRUET
Colon, Republic of Panama
July 9, 1937
"A Latin beauty with a way that made us all
forever gay."
P-c. Club 1,2; Glee Club 1; Triple "C" Club 2; Dran.a.:
... 2,3; Committees 1,2; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball
basketball 1,2,3; P i -,;.,.:n 2,3; Tradewind Sta t
Caribbean Staff 4; ...11 c..- Scroll 4.






ROBERT EMERICK
"Bob"
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
November 5, 1937
"A pleasant manner, fair to see,
He rs what every man should be."
,'u Club 4; Senior Assembly .






JAMES FACER
"Jim"
Long Beach, California
"The Wise-Cracker, delightfully witty,
sincere, and independent."
21 Club 3,4; Band 4; Orchestra 4; Bowling 3,4; Hc....:
1::,. Reo. 4; ROTC 2,3,4; Rifle Team 4.


CARMEN ALICIA DUCRUET


ROBERT EMERICK


WILLIAM DROSTE


JAMES FACER


JAMES CRAWFORD






























MARY FERNANDEZ


ANDREW WALTER FRASER


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MARY FERNANDEZ
Ancon, Canal Zone
December 7, 1937
"Like sunshine and shadows on a stream,
Her eyes emit a joyful beam."
FTA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; SoftLbll
1 3,4; Softball All-stars 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4.




ANDREW WALTER FRASER
"Andy"
Colon, Republic of Panama
September 24, 1937
"A free heart, won by the sea,
Never imprisoned to earn a degree." THOMAS FIELDING
Rifle Club 1; "C" Club 2,3,4; Sophomore Assembly; Band
1,2,3,4; Football 3,4; Football Mgr. 1,2; Water Polo 3,4;
ROTC 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 1; Hall Duty 3; Mob 2,3,4.





DANIEL HORACE GEORGE
"Donny"
Easton, Pennsylvania
January 5, 1938
"Has a deep manly voice that speaks authority."
SClub; Torrid Zone Wizards; Junior Rifle Club; GI.:
c-I.,L Football; Baseball; Water Polo; Band; Orchestra




THOMAS FIELDING GIBSON
"Tom"
Camden, New Jersey
December 14, 1937
"He is wealthy in his Friends." DARIO GONZA
H.-:.mroom Rep. 1; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; "C" Club 4;
' Prom 3; Dance Comm. 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Softball
I Football 3; Water Polo 3,4; Hall of Fame 4.




DARIO GONZALEZ
Colon, Republic of Panama
October 16, 1936
"A pleasant manner, fair to see,
He is what every boy should be."
:I Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Sr. Dr..-
J r'TC 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 1,2; Hall of Fame 4; Dri ..-,
3.




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GOLDY HATGI
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Smiling lips, twinkling eyes,
And a beauty that never dies." GOLDY HATG
Dra~-.ji; Club 1,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3;
P.-tl Club 3,4; Class Secy. 1; Class Assemblies 1,2,4;
Committees 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4;
Tennis 1,2; Swimming 1,2; Badminton 1,2,3,4; Library
Asst. 1; Driving Course 3.


DANIEL HORACE GEORGE


GIBSON


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PAMELA RUBY HAWTHORNE


ROBERT HENSON


PAMELA RUBY HAWTHORNE
"Pam"
East Orange, New Jersey
July 17, 1936
"Neat and sweet in all her ways,
She'll be happy the rest of her days."
Ca.lreria Asst. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Soft-
t all 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4.





ROBERT HENSON
Colon, Republic of Panama
January 4, 1935
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays,
and confident tomorrows."
CI.- Club I; ROTC 1,2; Football 1; Softball 3,4; Basket-
t.nll 4; Jr. Varsity Basketball 3.





MARTHA JEAN JANKO
"Jeanie"
April 5, 1937
"Her laughter and giggles are heard all day,
For she believes in the smiling way."
H.:.-.ieroom Alt. 3; Dramatic Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3;
[ .-ce Comm. 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Volleyball 1,2,3,4;
ballal 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; ROTC
: Sponsor 4; Glee Club 1,2; Driving Course 4; Trad:
.rj 4; Caribbean Staff 4.





PATRICIA ELIZABETH KELLEY
"Ritz"
Ancon, Canal Zone
June 8, 1937
"She has a manner full of grace,
Together with a smiling face."
Class Assembly 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3,4; ROTC Battal :
Sponsor 4; Homeroom Alt. 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Hor.
coming Court 4; Driving Course 4; Triple "C" Club
ROTC Dance Comm. 4; Class Pres. 1; Class Vice-Pres.
Rifle Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3
Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4.


MARTHA MADELINE KIRBY
"Candy"
Panama, Republic of Panama
January 5, 1937
"Unselfish in every thought and care,
She enjoys a happiness that's rare."
Pep Club 1,2,3; Dramatic Club 2; Driving Course 4; CI..
Dance 4; Volleyball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2; Basketball 1 "
Badminton 1,2,3,4; Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Cl-i.
t':lt., 1,2,3.



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NICHOLAS LAMIS
"Nicky"
Ancon, Canal Zone
January 15, 1938
"Silence iv more eloquent than words."
Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 3,4; Football 3,4; ROTC 1,2 ?


PATRICIA ELIZABETH KELLEY


MARTHA JEAN JANKO


NICHOLAS LAMIS


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PEGGY ANN LEE
"Peg"
Randolph County, Alabama
February 28, 1938
"I hate no one; I am in charity with the world."
4.H Club 1,2,3; Class Assembly 4; "The Bat"-Advertising
4 baseball 4.



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ROLAND LEES
Brooklyn, New York
December 21, 1937
"A pleasant manly fellow."
H.:....eroom Alt. 4; "Swing Fever" 3; Football 1,2; RC'TC
1"J.






MICHAEL LETCHKO
"Mike"
Bayonne, New Jersey
July 15, 1936
"Carefree and gay, He kept trouble away."
f' C 1,2; Class Assemblies 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Visitation
['a 2,3; Rifle Club 2; Cycle Club 2; Driving Course 3;
B6.ketball Int. 4.






HERBERT LEWIS
"Herbie"
Evanston, Illinois
September 22, 1937
"Good humored and quick retorts."
ROTC 1,2,3; Dance Comm. 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4
Dramatics-Stage Crew 1,2; Christmas Festival-Decora
tions 1,2; Football 1,2; Track Mgr. 2.





JOSEPH ALBERT LOWE
"Joe"
Colon, Republic of Panama
August 17, 1935
"Dancing feet and a serene demeanor."
t:.-r' 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Football 3,4; Int. Basketball 4;
Tr.,.-k 3,4.




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JOAN MacKENZIE
Ancon, Canal Zone
April 16, 1937
"In the senior Hall of Fame-
As best-looking girl you'll find her name."
H:,rr.eroom Rep. 2; Triple "C" Club 2; Jr.-Sr. Dance
-.:r'.m. 3; Driving Course 4; Cheerleader 2,3; Football
,u:e,'n's Court 4; Hall of Fame 4.


HERBERT LEWIS


JOSEPH ALBERT LOWE


MICHAEL LETCHKO


JOAN MacKENZIE


PEGGY ANN LEE


ROLAND LEES



























RAMON QUEZADA


MATIAS REYES





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ESTHER MARGARET REYNOLDS


RAMON QUEZADA
Colon, Republic of Panama
March 24, 1935
"A man of quiet and repose."
.r orsity Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Track 3,4;
Pla Productions 1,2.




MATIAS REYES
Andalucia, Spain
August 6, 1935
"5neech is great; but silence is greater."
t.o'TC 1,2.




ESTHER MARGARET REYNOLDS
"Es"
August 22, 1937
Manhattan, New York
"Here's a girl, not only a beauty, but one always
willing to do her duty."
Cla.: Assemblies 1,2,4; Class Dances 1,2,3; Cafet-.'
3; Opening Day Assembly 4; Driver's Course 4;
Ott..:- Asst. 4; Tradewind 4; Caribbean Staff 4; Rifle
Oi.... 1; Camera Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; Dramatic Club
SPlay Productions 1,2,3,4; "Swing Fever" 3; Glee
Clt, 1; Bowling Team 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Volleyball
I : 3 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Badminton 3; Qdill and Scrol' 4




PATRICIA MAY RODDY
"Pat"
New York, New York
July 9, 1936
"A cheerful smile, a pleasant word,
Mirth over sadness, she preferred."
Pep Club 1,2,3; Class Assembly 2; Volleyball 1,2,: -4
Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4.






ANTONIA ROSADO
Cayey, Puerto Rico
October 6, 1935
"A girl with beauty very rare;
Bewitching eyes and raven hair."
F..,j.-e Teachers of America 3,4.






MARCIA LOREEN RUDGE
"Marcy"
Colon, Republic of Panama
August 10, 1937
"She has a manner full of grace,
together with a smiling face."
H:.Teroom Rep. 4; Class Assemblies 1,2; Class Do'-..:
I ',4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dramatic Club 1,2; Varsity .- .
? 4; Driving Class 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, All-star.
'::. ball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, All-.i:-
2,3; Swimming 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4.


MARCIA LOREEN RUDGE


PATRICIA MAY RODDY


ANTONIA ROSADO














DIANE SCHEIDEGG
Irvington, New Jersey
March 12, 1937
"Sentences fail when one word is complete,
Descriptive of Diane is one word; sweet."
National Honor Soc. 3,4; Homeroom Rep. 2,4; S.A. Vice-
3': 3; S.A. Pres. 3; Torrid Zone Wizards 1,2,3,4; Varsity
'...t 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Bond 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Volley-
t all 1,2,3,4, All-stars 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,34, All-stars
I ,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 1,2,3,4; Class Dances
S: 4 Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Hall of Fame 4.



SELAINE KATHRYN SIEVERS
St. Louis, Missouri
September 16, 1937
"A charming personality, Sprinkled with vivacity."
T,.,rel "C" Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Class
S::'nblies 1,2; Visitation Day Assembly 4; Library Asst.
2 'Cafeteria Asst. 2,3; Class Dance. 1; Volleyball 1,2 3
S"l :ars 3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Sv .
,.. 1; Tradewind Staff 4; Caribbean Staff 4.




.NE SCHEIDEGG ALICE BETTY SMITH
"Betty"
Colon, Republic of Panama
November 28, 1935
"Good and true her classmates say,
Add this to her winning way."
'.,-.matic Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 3; Varsity CI..t
i 3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4, All-stars 1,2,3,4; Soft-ball
I -:,4, All-stars 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; All-s,,.
S3,4; Class Assembly 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Hall of Fanrr.




DUDLEY JOSEPH SMITH
"Dud"
SColon, Republic of Panama
July 6, 1934
"Silent and reserved, his mind the world observed."
C Club 2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4, 1st Lt. 4; Brawl Official
? 4 Softball 1,4; Football 1; ROTC Dance Comm. 1,2,3;
e.- ketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity 3,4; Committees 1,2,3,4.

STAN P. SMITH
"The Man"
KATHRYN SIEVERS Newark, New Jersey
December 13, 1936
"Our President's steps were loud,
Of his fellow students he was proud."
SPres. 4; Homeroom Rep. 3; "Night of January l^th'
C" Club 2,3,4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; Camera Club
Cribbean Staff 4; Tradewind 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4, 1st Lt.
Slass Assemblies 2,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Dances 3,4; Foot-
t l-. 2,3,4, Varsity 2,3; Baseball 2,3, Varsity 2,3; Track
.j Varsity 2,3,4; Softball 1,4; Swimming 1; Water Polo
4. JV Football Official 2,3; Underclassmen Football
.: 3.h 4; Brawl Official 3,4; Homecoming Dance Court 4:
t.:. truction Crew 2,3; Key West 2; Hall of Fame 4; Quill
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LYDIA SOGANDARES
"Sogie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
March 21, 1937
"From the top of her head to the tip of her toes,
Her example of neatness and loveliness grows."
Cla:. Assembly 1; Class Dances 1,2,3,4; Jamboree Queen
.4 H -imecoming Dance Court 4; Hall of Fame 4.


DUDLEY JOSEPH SMITH


LYDIA SOGANDARES


ALICE BETTY SMITH


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WILLIAM C. STEVENS
June 12, 1936
Osoya Junir, Peru
"A personality all his own."
ROTC 1,2,3,4, 2nd Lt. 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; 21 Club 2,3,4;
Cl,;s Assembly 2; Glee Club 1; Band 2,3,4.


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MALCOLM J. STONE
"Stoney"
May 31, 1937
Pasadena, California
"Easy to know and always a friend."
Homeroom Rep. 2; Class Pres. 3; 21 Club 2; Class Assem-
blies 2,4; Dance Comm. 2,3,4; Football 1,2; Baseball 3;
Basketball 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.











JOEL STORCH
"Joe"
August 26, 1937
Brooklyn, New York
"Lankily he lazes through CHS life."
Thespians 3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3; Camera Club 3; 21
Club 4; Class Assembly 2; Dance Comm. 2,3,4; ROTC
1,2,3,4; Mock Election 1.







DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS
"Cookie"
August 21, 1934
Colon, Republic of Panama
"Merry and debonair,
His friends are everywhere."
Hr.eroom Rep. 1,2,3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; 21 Club 1,2,3.








SHIRLEY TOBIN
November 14, 1937
Brockton, Massachusetts
A quiet lass, with manners in reserve,
A life full of merit, may she always deserve."
Assemblies 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; Librarian Asst. 2; Softball
1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2.


DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS


SHIRLEY TOBIN


WILLIAM C. STEVENS


MALCOLM J. STONE


JOEL STORCH













CLASS WILL


We, the Senior Class of '55 do hereby scribble, and say this, our last
will and testament through the halls of Cristobal High School. We
hereby sorrowfully bestow upon individuals of the succeeding classes
our most treasured assets:


RICHARD ALEGUAS
LEOLIA BAILEY
HELENE de BOYRIE
MARY ANN BRASSEL
ALICE CHAMBERS
MURRAY CORRIGAN
JAMES CRAWFORD
VIRGINIA DIGNAM
BILL DROSTE
CARMEN DUCRUET
LOUISE EDMONSON
ROBERT EMERICK
JAMES FACER
BEN FAVORITE
ANDREW FRASER
TOM GIBSON
GOLDY HATGI
ROBERT HENSON
JEAN JANKO
PAT KELLY
MARTHA KIRBY
NICK LAMIS
PEGGY LEE
ROLAND LEES
MIKE LETCHKO
JOE LOWE
JOAN MACKENZIE
GENE McGAUGHEY
AVRIL MURRAY
CAROL NEWHARD
TONY NOBOA
JOHNNY PABON
DEONNE PARKER
MANUEL PEREZ
MARIA PEREZ
ANTONIO PRENZLAU
BILL PRICE
RAMON QUEZADA
MATIAS REYES
ESTHER REYNOLDS
ANTONIA ROSADO
MARCY RUDGE
ELAINE SIEVERS
BETTY SMITH
DUDLEY SMITH
STAN SMITH
LYDIA SOGANDARES
WILLIAM STEVENS
JOEL STORCH
DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS
SHIRLEY TOBIN


all his journalism assignments to Nancy Montibello
her curly hair to Pat Leach
her ROTC uniform to any junior gal with good feet
her lovely playing violin to Barry Davison
her "A" honor roll ability to her sister, Jean
just gladly leaves it all
his ROTC platoon to his brother Chuck
her ability to remain silent to Lily Prospect
his car keys (but not the car) to Ricardo Lorences
her car to anyone that doesn't like to walk
her "jazzbo" voice to Bunchy Gigg
his ability to speak French to Robert MacSparran
his height to Bob Norman
his right tackle position to his brother, Russell
just leaves
all the "would be caught" tarpon to Ernest Rodriguez
her fangled dangled earrings to Sandra Motta
his intramural batting eye to Luis Pabon
her giggles to Andrea Armstrong
her battalion sponsor position to Joan Curtis
her privilege for writing her own excuses to Jo Ann Harte
his quiet ways to David Heres
her badminton racket to Leida Kleefkens
his five o'clock shadow to Bobby Joe Willford
his night life to Leonard Scranton
his "Will" when he departs from earth to "ES"
her strenuous (?) gym ability to Doris Pabon
his catching position to Charlie Fears
all her good times in CHS to Virginia Chin
her inability to ride a motor bike to Steffi Beck
the S.A. Treasurer to Armando Lung
his trumpet, guitar, and hillbilly voice to Lynn Viklngstad
her A's in Spanish to her brother, Terry
his position on the basketball team to David Hawthorne
her modesty to Margaret Leigh
his football position to Joseph Katz
his good ways in Physics class to John Dougan
his basketball position to John Coffey
the presidency of the A.U.C.B. to Luis ElIzey
her car (Tiny Sebastian) to anyone who can drive it
her quiet ways to Sarah Barfield
all her gray hairs to some unworrying junior
her flirting glances to Janice Roscoe
her powerful pitching arm to Pat Maedl
his basketball ability to Mark Sugar
his well known "conceit" to Kaiser Bazan
her Italian haircut to Shirley Peterson
his ROTC commission to James Ambrose
his privilege to joke in English 12 to Luis Pelaez
his way with the females (?) to Floyd McDermitt
her long fingernails to Margaret Allen


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Smith 16. Joan Brennan 17. Martha Kirby 18. Robert Emereick 19. Joe Lowe 20. Mary Ann Brassel 21. Dario Gonzalez.. 22. Andy
Fraser 23. Mike Letchko 24. Louise Edmonson 25. Bill Droste 26. Tom Gibson 27. Elaine Sievers 28. Pat Roddy 29. Dudley Smith
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Andrew Bleakley


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Don Smith


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Helene de Boyrie


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JUNIORS


SALLY MORLAND
President


NANCY MONTIBELLO
Vice President


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Secretary


MARGARET ALLEN


JAMES AMBROSE ANDREA ARMSTRONG


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KAISER BAZAN JOHN BISSETT


JOHN BRACKINS


PAT LEACH
Treasurer


SARAH BARFIELD

















VIRGINIA CHIN


JAY CUNNINGHAM


DIANE DELANEY


CHARLES FEARS


FELIPE GARCIA


JOHN DOUGAN


ELIZABETH FEARS


MADELON GARRETT


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WILLIAM EAVES


VERONICA FISHER


GEORGE GERCHOW


EDITHANN ECKOFF


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LOUISE JOHNSON


DICK HORNE


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SHIRLEY KEEPERS


DONNA HUMPHREY


LEIDA KLEEFKENS


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MARGARET LEIGH


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ROBERT McSPARRAN


MIRETTA LINDSEY


FLOYD McDERMITT


HECTOR MELENDEZ


SAM MORRIS


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LILY PROSPECT


LUIS PELAEZ


MARY RESHETER


DIANE PETERSON


JOY RETTINGER


ALLEN ROBINETTE


PEGGY RODDY


ERNEST RODRIGUEZ


JANICE ROSCOE


MARK SUGAR


LYDIA SMITH


LEWIS TABER


PATRICIA STANLEY


LYNN WIKINGSTAD


JOHN STEPHENSON


LUTICIA YOUNG
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FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE BRAWL


The Frosh-Soph Brawl was one of the long awaited events on the
agenda. The Sophomores were victorious with a 92-38 lead.


Wow! What a bounce!
Where am I?
S-T-R-E-T-C-H David!
Jump in the center.
Frosh heroes! I
Joan's winning!
Eekl Here they come-


"back to school"


8. Hurry boys! 1
9. Hang on, Mary-
10. Go, gals, go! !
11. Rassle-tassle gang.
12. Here's a wet heave!
13. Loafing smiles-
14. Anybody's ball! I !


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Front row, left to right: Milton Grover, David Hawthorne, Fred Johnson, Henry Mizrachi, Pedro Rodriguez, Sam Newhard, Billy Rankin, Ross Tobin, Michael Brians, Bobby Williford, Terry
Parker, Dennis Corrigan.
Second row: Alice Hicks, Carmen Sierra, Carolyn Sanders, Jean Chambers, Alice Lim, Pat Peck, Sandra Keane, Janet Swicegood, Betty Van Geel, Janice Swicegood, Catherine Lindsey.
Third row: Barbara Gegg, Nelsa Trottier, Bernadette Lees, Ruby Dodson, Sandra Motta, Mary Morland, Pat Maedl, Gail MacPherson, Linda Geyer, Jo Anne Harte, Donald Nolan.
Fourth row: Joan Facer, Patricia Eaves, Annette Bonzoumet, Kathleen Brede, Margie Connard, Barry Davison, Philip Hadarits, Sandra Hughes, Terry Louis, Charles Krausie, Brian Cox, Wayne Wall.
Fifth row: Barbara White, Alvaro Saborio, David Stanley, Lamoine Werlein, Raul Orvis, Jack Wright, Wilson Chong, Dean Hause, Nello Rosania, Tim Gilbert, Raymond Croft.
Rear: Dan Ramsey, John Lindgren, Bernard Craig, Jeff Slaughter, Carlos Fernandez.






FRESHMEN


Front row, left to right: Edward Folse, Fred Bath, Terry Williford, Randy Deakins, Angel Cortes, Joe White, Earnest Stiebritz, Acao Chong, Martha Melendez, Michael Stall, Alfred Chan, Ronald
Chin, Louise Cortes.
Second row: Eddie Pabon, James Murray, Ellen Fusselman, Ines Gumban, Vanessa Bazan, Carole Lew, Wendy Cotton, Steffie Beck, Joan Coffey, Sandra Jones, Gloria Radzwick, Alicia Donohue,
Ann Brede, Julian Hall.
Third row: Marcel Belanger, Roy Hearn, Lance Terrell, Marie Bleakley, Bonnycastle Smith, Mary Coffey, Virginia Kleefkens, Grace Argo, Jacquelyn Boiling, Robin Gilbert, Linda Talbert,
Colleen Salter, Wayne Bath, Clovis Brackins.
Fourth row: Bob Bookhammer, Mike Angermuller, Charles Wood, Constantine Rusodimos, Arnaldo Brooks, Carol Flenniken, Loretta Hirschfeld, Janet Argue, Perry Hayes, Angelina Jay, Lester
Bailey, Luigi Pernigotti, William Lawrance.
Fifth row: Charles Olander, Burt Klontz, Billy Gibson, Jon McGraw, Chuck Douglas, Charles Crawford, James Brooks, Joe Trower, Jack Willoughby, Charles DeTore, Bob Norman, William
Fusselman.








STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Unity is the main ac-
tivity that is promoted
by the STUDENT ASSO- ,. -
CIATION.
This important branch *
of the Association has a
for its members nearly
all of the student body
which elects a Student '
Council consisting of ( .
five officers and one

each homeroom.
By being a member
students receive the '
"Trade Wind," "Carib-
bean," and admission
to all school dances, .
plays, and athletic con-
tests.
All the awards 4
sports, dramatics, music
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the SA. --,"
Front row (left to right): Stan Smith, Kaiser Bazan, Carol Newhard, Tony Noboa, Margaret Leigh. Second
row (left to right): Charles Crawford, John Dougan, Jim Facer, Marcy Rudge, Diane Scheidegg, James
Brooks, Alice Lim. Third row (left to right): George Gerchow, Marion Bowers, Mr. James Pfau (sponsor),
Brian Cox.



STUDENT ASSOCIATION CABINET


The S.A. Cabinet members
are: Stan Smith (president),
Kaiser Bazan (vice-president),
Carol Newhard (secretary),
S" t_ -Tony Noboa (treasurer), Mar-
s r1 garet Leigh (assistant treas-
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The Athletic Council
is made up of the Stu-
dent Association alter-
nates. Their job is to
take care of the gate at
all C.H.S. athletic con-
tests.
This year Mr. Gregg
is sponsor.
The officers for this
year are Kaiser Bazan,
President; Margaret
Leigh, Treasurer.


Front row (left to right): Kaiser Bazan, Margaret Leigh. Second row (left to right): Bonny Smith,
Colleen Salter, Terry Louis, Linda Talbert. Third row (left to right): Andrew Bleakley, Roland Lees,
Pat Kelly, Madelon Garret, Mr. Gregg (sponsor).


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY


The highest honor which can be
bestowed upon any Cristobal High
School student is membership in the
National Honor Society.
The main requirement for entrance
is Scholarship. A candidate must also
meet the standards of Character,
Leadership and Service. Miss Brown
is sponsor of the organization.
The members are Leolia Bailey, Don
Smith, Alice Chambers, Diane Schied-
egg, Carol Newhard.


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Miss Brown and her student li-
brarians are in charge of caring for
the library.
The students who work in the
library besides learning the funda-
mentals of library work also gain a
great deal of general knowledge.


Pictured left to right: Miss Brown, Librarian; Jacquelyn Boiling, Mandy Donohue,
Loretta Hirschfield, Mary Ann Brassel.


OFFICE GIRLS'

Office practice is offered to any Senior
girl who is looking forward to a career in
business. Under the leadership of Miss
Vilma Rosania, the school's secretary, the
girls acquire experience and efficiency in
office work.


CAFETERIA

Miss McLimans, with the help of
these five girls manages to keep an
efficient and well managed cafe-
teria for the student body as well as
for the teachers.


Pictured left to right: Betty Van Geel, Miss McLimans, manager; Barbara White, Mary
Resheter, Mary Ann Brassel, Pamela Hawthorn.







THE CRISTOBAL JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB



The Junior Rifle Club was W
organized in 1947. This year
the rifle club consists of 33 .
members. The club has set V'
many high goals and will no '. "4
doubt reach them under the
guidance of the sponsor, Mr.
Gibson. j
This year the Junior Rifle
Club Varsity is composed of
only six top shooters of the
club.


Bill Stevens
Mike Brians
Mary Brassel


Bill Gibson
Barry Davison
Diane Scheidegg


1954 55 PLAYS


"Time Out For Ginger"







DRAMATIC CLUB


The 1954-55 Dramatic Club
officers are: In the front row
(left to right) President, Louise
Edmonson; Vice-President,
Margaret Leigh; Secretary,
Leolia Bailey; Treasurer,
Nancy Montibello; and His-
torian, Carol Newhard; Spon-
sor, Miss Anne Dowd.


The Dramatic Club was organized in 1944 to stimulate interest in
the theatrical arts. The greatest honor a member of the Dramatic Club
can receive is the membership to the National Thespians.


NATIONAL THESPIANS








The 1954-55 officers of the
Thespians Troupe 217 are:
President, Virginia Dignam;
Vice-President, Joel Storch;
Secretary, Louise Edmonson;
Treasurer, Robert MacSpar-
ran; and Scribe, Margaret
Leigh; Sponsor, Miss Anne
Dowd.


Back row (left to right) are: Mark Sugar, Terry Louis, Miss Dowd, Louise
Edmonson, Joel Storch. Front row (left to right): Virginia Dignam, Sue Pincus,
Margaret Leigh, Sally Morland and Robert MacSparran.











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"STARDUST BALL"


"EVERYBODY'S DANCING"


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OFFICERS:
Capt. Lowe
1st Lt. McGaughey
1st Lt. Crawford
1st Lt. Smith
Co. Sponsor: Jean Janko


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OFFICERS:
Capt. Noboa
1st Lt. Facer
1st Lt. Albright
1st Lt. Storch
Co. Sponsor: Carol Newhard


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Capt. Bleakley
1st Lt. Favorite
1st Lt. Bazan
1st Lt. Smith
Co Sponsor: Helene de Boyrie










BATTALION
STAFF
Lt. Col. Harvey D. Smith
Adjutant: Johnny R. Pabon
Sponsor: Patricia Kelley
| Executive: Will R. Price
Supply Officer: William
Stevens


SPONSORS
Capt. Patricia Kelley
1st Lt. Jean Janko
1st Lt. Carol Newhard
1st Lt. Helene de Boyrie


COLOR GUARDS
Pfc John Coffey
Sfc Hector Melendez
Sgt. Wayne Wall
Sgt. John Lindgren


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Back row: Helen de Boyrie, Virginia Dignam. Left to right: Jean Janko, Sandra
Motta, Shirley Peterson, Pat Maedl, and Pat Kelly.


"ON THE UP AND
THE UP"


"Our Beautiful Jamboree Queen"
MISS LYDIA SOGANDARES


"TIMBER"


"MORALE BOOSTERS"


This year Cristobal's
cheerleaders really
proved more than wor-
thy of the honor that
they held. Many new
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"CALIFORNIA
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MISS LINDA TALBERT


to the student body.
The wonderful person
who helped these girls
along was Mrs. Dorothy
Smith.


"BEAT 'EM
CRISTOBAL
BEAT 'EM"


"We've got the Steam Heat"
Left to right: Pat Maedl, Mary Morland, Jean Janko, Virginia Dignam, Sandra Motta, and Shirley Peterson.






FOOTBALL CORONATION


HOMECOMING COURT-Left to right: Robert Thomas,. Jr., and Sara Palumbo. 2nd row: Joan MacKenzie, Pat Kelley, Queen Carol
Newhard, Lydia Sogandares. 3rd row: Bill Price, Larry Cotton, Football Captain Ben Favorite, Stan Smith, and Johnny Pabon.


QUEEN CAROL I-October 9, 1954 in the Cristobal High School Girl's Gym was
the scene for the annual Homecoming Dance and Coronation. Carol Newhard reigned
majestically under her enlarged crown and in her velveted chair, as Football Captain
Ben Favorite crowned her Queen Carol I. Each attendant with her escort royally entered
to finish the evening's highlight.








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Front row, left to right: Jim Palumbo, John Lingren, Bob Wilford, Ed Pabon. Second row, left to right: Tony Noboa, Dave Hawthorne, Jack Willoughby, Dan Ramsey, Floyd
McDermitt, Jeff Slaughter, Joe Lowe, Manuel Perez, Sam Newhard, Andy Fraser, Charles Fears. Third row, left to right: Bill Price, Allen Robinette, Ben Favorite, Lewis Taber,
Nick Lamis, Barry Davison, Milton Grover, Fred Phillippi, Gene McGaughey, Bill Gibson, Luke Palumbo, Kaiser Bazan. Fourth row, left to right: George Mercier, Fred Johnson,
Arnoldo Brooks, Stan P. Smith, Mike Brians, John Pabon, Bill Rankin, Marion Bowers, Tony Prenzlau, Jon McGraw, Jerry Dockery. Fifth row, left to right: Ken Stone, Chuck
Crawford, Butch Hall, Ross Tobin, Ricardo Lorences, Lamoine Werlein, James Longo, Wendell Sasso, James Brooks, Brian Cox, Rupert Chin.

FOOTBALL TEAM
Although the Tigers Football team of 1954-55 could not manage to win the Cham-
pionship, they put up the most gallant fight. Winning just wasn't there. One thing that
was there, however, was a team and school Spirit that can't be matched. As long as
CHS can maintain the Spirit that was shown in 1954-55, winning will be just a minor factor.




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Don Smith, Captain
of the Tigers.
The CHS Basketball team went into the 1955 Interscholastic Season as defending
Champs for the past four years. This year again, the Tigers were unbeatable. However,
they did have to share the honor of Champions with Balboa. Under the top coaching
of Coach Paul Moser, the Tigers went into the last game trailing by one game, and
came out of it as Co-Champions.


Ramon Quezada, the Tigers'




Below (left to right): Manuel Perez, Ed Smith and Dud Smith.
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TIGERS Front row (left to right): Andy Bleakley, Dan Ramsey, Ray Croft, Don Humphrey, Charles
Fears, Hector Melendez, Kaiser Bazan. Back row (left to right): Ben Favorite, Gene
SQUAD: McGaughey, Luke Palumbo, Bill Price, Manuel Perez, Wamba Lung, Allan Robinette,
Wayne Wall and Coach Luke Palumbo. (Not pictured): Tom Gibson, J. Coffey,
Marion Bowers.

With a two club fight for the flag, BHS defeated the Tigers three times to give the
Bulldogs the pennant. The best the Tigers could do, was to end up in a tie with BHS
in one ball game. The Seniors of 1955 wish the Tigers baseball team more luck in the
future.


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Having the biggest team in CHS history, the track stars of 1955 showed the fans
some nice running. Many ribbons were taken in by these lads this year. With only four
returning lettermen, their feats were as follows: Ramon Quezada, high jump and relays.
Don Smith, hurdles. Ed Smith, 100 and 220 yd. dash, also relays. Stan Smith, 100 and
220 yd. dash, also relays.


TRACK Below (left to right): John Forrest, John Pabon, John Davis, Ed Smith, Lester Bailey, Bill
Gibson, Barry Davison, Julian Hall, John Lindgren, David Stanley, Sam Morris, Howard
METORS: Lewis, Bob Emerick. Back row (left to right): Ramon Quezada, Don Smith, Joe Lowe,
Gene McGaughey, Bill Rankin, Cookie Tagaropulos, Henry Mizrachi, Bill Price, Joe Trower,
Kaiser Bazan, Bryan Cox, Lamoine Werlein.


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SPORT

"A" League
A Volleyball
Co-Champions

-a "A" LEAGUE-
CHS Tigresses started
off the season to defeat
Balboa on October 20,
1954 by the score of 24-20.
Junior College lost to the
"A" League girls by 20-23
on October 22. Next
S,- game; Balboa beat CHS
W 26-25. For the last game
r'r. of the season CHS took
1) Junior College 40-17, Oc-
Stober 29, to finish the 1954
S. .." A" Leag u e Volleyball
season in a Co-champion-
"A" LEAGUE-Front row (left to right): Sandra Motta, Carol Newhard, Virginia Dignam, Captain h with Bab
Louise Edmonson, Diane Peterson, and Peg Roddy. Back row (left to right): Diane Scheidegg, Marie ship with Balboa High
Bleakley, Nancy Montibello, Sara Barfield, Diane Delaney, Marcy Rudge, and Betty Smith. School.











"B" League
Volleyball
Co-Champions

"B" LEAGUE-
The Cristobal High
School "B" League girls'
Volleyball team beat Bal-
boa High School, October
20, 1954, 25-18. Balboa
High School then came
back to gain a victory over
the CHS nine with the close
score of 23-22. October
22, was the day of the Co-
championship between
CHS and BHS.



"B" LEAGUE-Front row (left to right): Elaine Sievers, Alice Lim, Captain Doris Pabon, Wendy Cotton, and
Steffi Beck. Back row (left to right): Edith Echkoff, Shirley Peterson, Janet Swicegood, Pat Maedl,
Donna Humphrey, Margaret Leigh, Mandy Donohue, and Carolyn Sanders.











STARS

"A" League
Softball
Champions

"A" LEAGUE-
CHS had only one team
for competition in the 1955
Softball season as Junior
College didn't get up a -'
team. The "A" League "*
beat Balboa High School
5-3 and 2-1 on February
1, 1955, and February 7,:
respectively, to give the
CHS Tigresses the Cham-
pionship.


"A" LEAGUE-Front row (left to right): Sandra Motta, Carol Newhard, Virginia Dignam, Captain Diane
Scheidegg, Louise Edmonson, and Peg Roddy. Back row (left to right): Nancy Montibello, Helene de
Boyrie, Betty Smith, Marie Bleakley, Mary Jo Aycock, Rachel Radel, and Marcy Rudge.








"B" League
S
Softball
CChampions

"B" LEAGUE-
The first game was tied
between BHS and CHS,
-,-4-4, on February 1. With
the next game the deciding
factor for the Softball
Championship, the "B"
League won on February
,7, 1955, 7-6, to cop the
title.


"B" LEAGUE-Front row (left to right): Wendy Cotton, Alice Lim, Captain Margaret Leigh, Doris Pabon, and
Louise Johnson. Back row (left to right): Inez Gumban, Linda Talbert, Judy Tipton, Pat Maedi, Steffi Beck,
Mary Fernandez, Dorothy Hauser, and Shirley Peterson.








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Gift of the Panama Canal Museum

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ff-!tf-i.f1-/ LATIN AMERICAN COllECTtOU UNIVERSITY OF FLORtDA

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through STARGAZING '* 1{ ;f fJ the CARIBBEAN Jf:,1 : I of 1955

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.. --...-'" For your glowing personality .. For your overflowing generosity . For your endless efforts i n helping us . For your energy, and for your patience .. To you, Mr. James Stearns, we dedicate .. The 1955 Caribbean

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M ISS VILMA ROSANI A Canol Zone Junior Colleg e Secretory MR. PAUL BECK Principal M ISS ADAMARY ANDERSON SA, Florida Stale C ollege for Wome n MA, University of Michigan U. S. History Americon In sti tut ions Girls' Counselor FTA Coribe Club Sponsor Jupiter and his Satellites M ISS JEANNE BROWN BA and MA, Unive r sity of Missouri librarian NOTional Honor Society Sponsor

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MR. FRANK J D eGEER AS, C o lorad o Stote Coll e g e AM, University o f Texas Geography History Journalism Quill and Scroll M R NOEL GIBSON as, Bradley University Shop Drowing Machine Rifle Club Sponsor M R FRA N K HUKILL 8 5 and MA, University of Kentucky General Scie nc e GeneraloYoalh Torrid Zone Wizards Sponsor CAPT. JAMES CLOUDMilitory III and IV MR. EUGENE GREGG AA, Canol Zone Junior College SA, Colorado Slo l e Colleg e Socia l Studies AThl etic Council Sponsor MR. O E JORSTA D SA, Concordia College 8M, Concordia Conservatory of Music MA, Unive rsity of Michigan Bond Orche stra MISS ANNE DOWD AS, Corn ell University Sponis h french lotin Dramolic Club Sp o n so r MR. JOHN GRISWOLD SA, University o f Illinois Woodshep S ophomore Clo ss Sponsor Driving Closs Ins t rucTor MR. L HUTCHINSON 85, University of Idoho Moth 7 and 8 Solid Geom e try Trigonometry Algebra

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MRS. ALFCHILD MAEDL SA, Gus tovus Ado l ph u s College E n g l ish MR. BERNARD MAZZONI as, lebanon Volley Col lege /v\alh 7 Algebra I Freshman Sponsor MR. J A MOUDY 85, Arkansas Slole Teochers' College MS, UniversiTy of Arkansas Plane Geometry A lgebra MaIn 7 MISS BESS LITER Be., Randolf Mocon Women's College MA, U niversity of Wesl Virginia English MISS SOPHIE McllMANS as, Universit y of Wyoming CafeTerio MR. LUKE C PALUMBO as, Northwest Missouri Slo l e Heolth General Science P hysico I Education "e" C lub Sponsor MR. CARL MAEDL BE and MA, Columbia University Biology Boys' Counselor Junior Closs Sponsor MR. PAUL MOSER as, Eas t SlroudsbtJrg S l o l e Teachers' College MRS. EILEEN O 'BRIEN Son Diego Stole College Claremont Col lege Physico I Education

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MRS. GRACE PFAU BS, Volley City Stote Teachers' Coll ege Household Arts English Act Jr. High Drama tic Club MRS. STELLA RIEFKOHL SA, New York University MA, Teachers' College, Columbia Univ. Spanish Jr. SFC EDWARD SOUNEY Military Science Dri l l Team MRS. MARGERY PETERSON BS, New York Slot e College for Teachers Shorthand Typing SA Financial Advisor M /SGT. ROBERT ROBINSON Combol InTelligence Schoo l MiliTory 1 MR. ERNEST B. WRIGHT AS a n d MS, Okl ahoma University English Modern World H isto r y The Zephyr MR. JAMES H PFAU es, Univers ity of Mi n nesota Physics C hemist r y SA Sponsor MRS. DOROTHY SMITH AB, Ohio Nort hern Uni versity MA, Denver Univers it y English Modern Business Se n ior C lass Spon sor Cheerleader Sponsor MR. JAMES STEARNS 55 and MA, Universi t y of F lorida Spanish 21 Club

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Presi d e n t BENJAMIN FAVORITE VicePr es id e nt the MILKY WAY A Great Band of Stars LOUISE MARIE EDMONSON VIRGINIA DIGNAM T o ddy" C olon, Republic of Panama September 23, 1937 Loughter and friendship two of her tro its Wifl linger in the minds of her classmates Sr. Class Seey. 4; FTA 1,2 ,3,4: Parliamentarian 4: Dramatic Mugford" 1; "Goodbye My FancY." 2; "Gramercy Ghost" 4;1 boll \,2,3,4, All-siars 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4, AIIstar s 2,3,4; BaskeTball 1,2,3,4, A ll-slors 2,3; Hall of Fame 4. BENJAMIN FAVORITE Benn y" Camde n New J e r sey March 21, 1937 "We'JI rem embe r him as a playful boy Who fill e d our world with l aughter and ioy." Sr. C l oss Vice-Pres, 4; Hom eroom Alt. 1; Homeroom Rep 2; ROTC 1,2,3,4, lsT ll. 4; Rille Team 4; Brawl Coach 3,4; Dance Com. 1,2,3,4; C lan Assembly 4; Footbal l 1,2,3,4; VarsiTy 1 ,2,3,4; J.V. BaskeTball 1,2; "C" Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4. HARVEY DON SMI TH JR. "Don Ancon Conal Zone January 23, 1938 "With hi5 backbone and brain h e can toke his place In the sport of life and win any rac e ." NaTiona l Honor Soc. 4, Pres. 4; H omeroom Rep. 1 ; Closs Treas. 4; Bond 1,2,3,4; OrcheSTra 1 ,2,3; IvIossed Bond Concerl 3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4 ; Donee Comm. 1,2,3,4 ; "C" Club. V IRGINIA EDMONIA DIGNAM S e cr etory HARVEY DON SMITH JR. Tr e a sure r

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JOHN N O RMAN ALBRIGHT RIC HARD THEODORE ALEGUA$ LEOLIA LIV IA BAILEY JOHN NORMAN ALBRIGHT Colon, Republic of Panama June 14, 1937 From quiet, unexpected source s, Often spring the world's great forces C loss VicePres. 1 ; R if l e Club 1,2 ; "21 Club 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; A ssemblies 4i "Goodbye My Fancy" 2. RICHARD THEODORE ALEGUAS Ricky Colon, Republic of Panama November 5 1936 "Always happy always a friend A helping hand he'lJ always lend," Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1 ,2,4; Comm;lIees 1 ,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Caribbean 4; Trad e wind 4. LEOLIA LIVIA BAILEY "Yo-Yo" Ancon Conol Zone October 20, 1937 "Leolia is friendly. kind and true, Always ready to laugh with you. FTA 3,4, Pre s. 4 ; Dromatic Club 3,4, Seey. 4; Notional Honor Soc. 4, Seey_ 4; Bond 1,2; Orche s tra 1 ,2,3,4; Assem b l ies 1,2,4; Commillees 1,2,3,4 ANDREW BLEAKLEY JR. "Andy" Ancon Conal Zone September 17, 1937 "He' ll be succe5Slul in any land F o r he holds his future well in hond." Hom e r oom Alt. 4; H omeroom Rep. 1 ,3; Clo ss Pre s. 2; Assemblies 1,2,4 ; CommilTees 1,2,3,4 ; Jr -Sr. Prom 3; "C" Club 2,3.4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3.4; "21" Club 4; J .V. Basketball 1,2; Football Mgr. 2,3; Vorsity Baseball 3,4; Int. Basketball 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4, Cop!. 4; Hall of Fam e 4 Colon Republic of Panama December 5, 1936 "A winsome smile, laughing brown eyes a b ove others rise I MARY ANN BRASSEL New York, New York June 8, 1937 "Her winning smile, her graceful charm, Would all your lears at once disarm Glee Club 1,2; Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4; Rifle Club 1 ,2,3 4; Volleyball 1,2; Cafelerio 4 ; library Ass L 4 ANDREW BLEAKLEY, JR HElENE d e BOYRIE MARY ANN BRASSEt

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JOAN BRENNAN ALICE RUTH CHAMBERS MARILYN CHAN JOAN BRENNAN Colon Republic of Panama November 15, 1937 "Her ways ore ways of pleasantness and all her paths ore peace." FTA 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Assembl ies 1,2; Commillees 1,2;' Orches t ro 1,2.3, 4 ; Bond 1,2,3 ; Volleyba l l 1 ,2,3,4; Softball 1,2 ; Basketball 1,2,3,4. ALICE RUTH CHAMBERS Co l on, Republic of Panama September 7, 1937 "A tireless worker, the whole day long 1,2,3; Notional Honor Soc, 4, Treas. 4; FTA 3,4; Torrid Zone Wizords 4; Glee Club 4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 3; Homeroom AI!. 2; A,C. Treas. 3; H a l l of Fam e 4. MARILYN CHAN Colon, Republic of Panama July 3 1937 "It is tranquil people who occomplish much, Pep C lub 1,2,3, 4 ; fTA 3.4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3,4; G lee Club 1 2 ; Camero Club 3; Assemblies 1,2; Sr. Donee 4; Volleyboll 2 ,3,4; Soflboll 2,4. JOSEPH MURRAY CORRIGAN Murray Colon Republic of Panama March 30, 1937 "If handsome is as hondsome does A comelier lad ther e never was." 3; WOler LAWRENCE F COTTON Lorry" Colon, Republic of Ponoma May 16, 1937 "He has 0 heod to contrive a tongue to persuode and a h ond to execute ony mischief ," "C" Club 4; B o lboo Ulli e Theoler 2; ROTC 2,3,4, M / Sgl. 4; Freshmon Vice-Pre s, 1 ; Commillees 1 ,2,3, 4; "life Of beon 4; Tradewind 4; Homecoming Courl 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. ERNEST LEE COTTON Colon Republ i c of Panama May 16 1937 Brimming over with jests and quips Never a sad word on his lips ." Commillees I; "life Of The Party I ; "Glomour Boy" 2; Sln.Jller' s Boll Comm. 2; Jr.-S r Prom 3; S1. Done e 4. JOSEPH MURRAY CORRIG A N LAWRENCE F COTTON ERNEST LEE COTTON

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JAMES CRAWfORD J OHN JAMES DAVIS III W ILLIAM DROSTE JAMES CRAWFORD J im" Wadsworth, Ohio Marc h 3 1937 A frie ndl y monner for all around him ." Homeroom All. 2; Gun Club 1 ,2,3: Bond 1,2,3.4: Orchest ro 1,2,3,4: Rille Team 1,2,3: Baseball 2,3; Track 1; ROTC 1,2,3,4. JOHN JAMES DAVIS, III L ouisville, Kentucky May 23, 1936 "He i s all that s good and great H e is the ruler 01 his fate." Closs Treas. 1; Spanish Club I ; French Cotillion C lub 2; Basketball 1; La Cross 2; T rock 4; ROT C 3,4. WILLIAM DROSTE Bill St. L ouis, Miss o uri August 13 1934 Good thing s ore twice as good when they ore short. Glee Club 2,3; Assemblies 2,3,4; J r.Sr. Prom 3; Donces 2,4; Commillees 2; Ploy Production s 1; Trock 4; ROTC 1,2 ,3. CARMEN ALICIA DUCRUET Colon R ep ublic of Panama J,ly 9 1937 "A Lotin b e au ty with a way that made us all for eve r goy Pep Club 1,2; Glee C lub 1; Triple "C" Club 2; Dramatic Club 2,3; Commillees 1 ,2; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Bodminlon 2,3; Trodewind Sloff 4; Caribbean Stoff 4; Quill and Scroll 4, ROBERT EMERICK "Bob" Bry n Mawr Pennsylvania Novembe r 5 1937 "A pleasont monne" foir to see, H e is what eve r y mon s hould b e," Gun Club 4; Senior Assembly 1. Jim l ong Beach California Th e WiseCrocker delightfull y witty sincere and independent." "21" Club 3,4; Bond 4; Orches tra 4; Bowling 3,4; Home room Reo, 4; ROTC 2,3,4; Rifle Team 4, CARMEN ALICIA DUCRUET ROBERT E MERICK JAME S FACER

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MARY FERNANDEZ ANDREW WALTER FRASER DANIEL HORACE GEORGE MARY FERNANDEZ Ancon Canol Zone December 7, 1937 "Like sunshine ond shadows on a stream Her eyes emit a iay'ul beam ," fTA 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 1,2,3,4; Softball All'stars 4; Valleyboll 1,2,3,4. ANDREW WALTER FRASER "Andy" Colon, Republic of Panama September 24, 1937 "A free heart, won by the sea Neyer imprisoned to earn a degree ," Rifle Club I; "C" Club 2,3,4; Sophomore A ssembly; Bond 'r 3,4; DANIEL HORACE GEORGE Donny Easton Pennsylvania January 5 1938 "Has a deep manly voice that speaks authority ," "C" Club; Tarrid Zane Wizards; Junior Rifle Club; Glee Club; Football; Baseball; Water Polo; Bond; Orchestra. THOMAS FIELDING GIBSON Tom Camden, New J ersey December 14, 1937 "He is wealthy in his Friends ." Ham e room Rep, 1; Torrid Zane Wizards 3,4; "C" Club 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Done e Comm. 2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Softboll 1,2; Football 3; Water Polo 3,4; Holl of Fame 4. DARIO GONZALEZ Colon, Republic of Panama October 16, 1936 "A pleasant manner 'air to see, Prom 3; Sr. Da n ce 4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Drill Team 1,2; Hall of Fame 4; C l oss 3. GOLDY HATGI Colon Republic of Panama Smiling lips twinkling eyes And a beauty that never dies ." Dramatic Club 1,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Rifle Club 3,4; Clo$$ Secy, 1; Closs A ssem b l ies 1,2,4; Committees 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2; Swimming 1,2; Badminton 1,2,3,4; library Ass!. I; Drivi ng Course 3. THOMAS FielDING GIBSON DARIO GONZALEZ GOLDY HATGI

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PAMELA RUBY H A WTHORNE ROBERT HENSON MARTHA JEA N J ANKO PAMELA RUBY HAWTHORNE "Porn" East Orange New Jersey July 17 1936 "Neat ond sweet in all her ways, She 'll be happy the rest 01 her doy s Cafeteria Assl. 4; Jr.-Sf. Prom 3; Volleybal l 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Bosketball 1 .2,3,4. ROBERT HENSON Colon, Republic of Panama January 4, 1935 "A mon he seems of cheerful yesterdays, and confident tomorrows," Glee C lub 1 ; R OTC 1 ,2; Football 1 ; Softball 3 ,4; Bas k e t bal l 4; J r Varsity Bas k e tball 3. MARTHA JEAN JANKO "Jeanie April 5 1937 Her laughte r ond giggles ore heard all doy For she believes in the smiling way Homeroom All. 3; OramaTic Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Donce Camm. 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Vo l leyball 1,2,3,4; Softbal l 1,2,3,4; Baske t boll 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; ROT C Co. Sponsor 4; Glee Club 1 ,2; Driving Cou rse 4; Trodewind 4; Caribbean Sioff 4. PATRICIA ELIZABETH KELLEY "Ritz" Ancon, Conal Zone June 8, 1937 "She hos 0 manner lull 01 groce, Together with 0 smiling loce C loss Assemb l y 1 ,2; Cheerleader 2,3, 4 ; R O T C B Ollalion Spansor 4 ; Homeroam A l t 3.4; Jr.-Sr. Pram 3; H arne earning Cau rt 4; Drivi n g Course 4; Trip l e "C" Club 2; ROT C Dan c e Camm. 4 ; C i a 55 P res. I ; Closs Vice Pres. 2; Rifle Club 1,2,3; G lee C lub 1.2,3,4; Valleyball 1,2,3.4; Saftboll 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4, MARTHA MADELINE KIRBY Candy Panama Republic of Panama January 5 1937 Unselfish in every thought and core She en;oys 0 hoppiness thot s rore Pep Club 1 ,2,3; Dramatic C lu b 2; Driving Caurse 4; Dance 4; Va l leyball 1 ,2,3; Saftball 1 ,2; Bask e tball 1 ,2; Badmintan 1 ,2,3 .4 ; Tradewind 4; Caribbean S taff 4 ; Glee C lub 1 ,2,3. NICHOLAS LAMIS "Nicky" Ancon Canol Zone Jonuary 15, 1938 Si' enr-e more eloquent thon words Basketball 1,2,3; Baseboll 3,4; Football 3,4; ROTC 1 ,2,3,4. PATRICIA ELIZABETH KELLEY MARTHA MADELINE KIRBY NICHOLAS LAM1S

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PEGGY ANN lee ROLAND LEES MICHAEL LETCHKO PEGGY ANN LEE "Peg" Randolph County Alabama Februar y 28 1938 I hote no one ; I am in charity with the world ." 4H C lub 1 .2.3; C loss Aucmbty 4; T ne BoI"-Adverlising 4; Baseball 4. ROLAND LEES Brooklyn, New York Decembe r 21, 19 37 "A pleasant manly fellow ," Hom e room Air. 4; "Swing Fever" 1,2,3. MICHAEL LETCHKO "Mike" Bayonne New J ersey Jul y 15 19 36 Carefree and goy He kept trouble awoy ." ROTC 1,2; Closs Assemb l ies 1,2; J r .-Sr. Prom 3; Vi silo lion Day 2,3; Rifle Club 2; Cycle Club 2; Driving (oune 3; Boskelboll Inl. 4. Herbie Evanston Illinois September 22 1937 "Good humored and quick retorts ." ROTC 1 ,2,3; Donce Camm. 1,2,3,4; Assemblies 1,2,3,4; Dramatics-Slage Crew 1,2; Christmos 'ions 1,2; Football 1,'2; T rack Mgr. '2. JOSEPH ALBERT LOWE "joe" Colon, Republic of Panama August 17 1935 Dancing l ee t and a serene demeanor ." ROT C 1,'2,3,4, Captain 4; Football 3,4; Int. Basketball 4; Track 3,4. Ancon, Conol Zone April 16 19 37 "'n the senior Hall 01 FameAs be s t looking girl you'll lind her nome ." Homeroom Rep. '2; Triple "C" Club '2; J r.Sr. Dance Comm. 3; Driving Course 4; Cheerleader '2,3; Football :]ueen's Court 4; Hall of Fame 4. HERBERT lEWIS JOSEPH ALBERT LOWE JOAN MacK ENZIE

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RAMON QUEZADA MATlAS R E Y E S E STHER MAR GARET REY N OLDS RAMON QUEZADA Colon, Republic o f Panama Morch 24 1935 A mon of quiet and repos e 2; Varsi t y Basketball 3,4; Track 3,4; Andalucio, Spain August 6 1935 S'leech is great ; but silence is greater ," ROTC 1,2. ESTHER MARGARET REYNOLDS "E5" August 22, 1937 Manhattan N e w York Here s a girl not only 0 beauty but one alwa y s willing to do h e r duty." C loss Assemblies 1,2,4; Closs Donces 1,2,3; Cafeteria C lub 1; Camero Club ,; Pep Club 1,2; DramaTic Club 1 1,2,3,4; Softbo l r 1,2,3,4; Badminton 3; Quill and Scroll 4. PATRICIA MAY RODDY "Pat" New York, New York Jul y 9 1936 "A che e rful smile a pl e asant word Mirth o v er sadness she preferr e d." Pep Club 1,2,3; Closs Assembly 2; Volleyball Softball 1,2,3; Basketball 1 ,2,3,4. ANTONIA ROSADO Ca y ey, Puerto Rico October 6 1935 A girl with b e aut y ver y rare; Bewitching eyes and rav e n hair ." Future Teoc.her s of Americ.o 3,4. MARCIA LOREEN RUDGE Marcy Colon R e public of Panama August la, 1937 She ho s 0 mann e r full of groce, tog e th e r with 0 smiling fac e." Homeroom Rep. 4 ; Closs Assembl ies 1,2; Closs Donees 1,2,3,4; J r.Sr. Prom 3; Dramatic Club 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Driving Class 4; Volleyboll 1 ,2,3,4, AIIstors 4; Softball 1,2,3,4, AIIstors 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, AIIslars 2,3; Swimming 1,2; Orcnestro 1,2,3,4. PATRICI A MAY RODDY A NT ONIA R OS AD O MARCIA LOREEN RUDGE

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DIANE SCHEIDEGG ELAINE KATHRYN SIEVERS AliCE BETTY SMITH DIANE SCHEIDEGG Irvington, New Jersey March 12 1937 Sentences fail when one word is complete, Descriptive of Diane is one word; sweet Noti o na l Honor Soc. 3,4; Homeroom R e p. 2,4 ; S.A. V k e Pres. 3; S.A. Pres. 3; T o rrid Zon e Wizards 1,2,3.4; Va r s i t y Club 1,2.3, 4 Pres. 4; Bond 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; V o l l ey. boll 1,2,3,4, AII stars 1,2,3.4; Softball 1 ,2,3,4, 1.2.3,4; Bos k e tboll 1,2,3.4, AIIs tor s 1,2,3 4; Closs Donces 1,2,3,4; Jr.Sr. Prom 3; Hall o f Fam e 4. KATHRYN SIEVERS St. Louis Missouri S eptember 16, 1937 "A charming personality, Sprinkled with vivacity. T riple "C" Club 2; P c p Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2 3; Closs Assemb l ie s 1 ,2; Visitation Doy Assemb l y 4; Librar y A s s !. 2; Cafeteria Ass t. 2,3; Closs Dance. 1; Voll eyball 1.2,3,4, AII s tors 3.4; Softball 1.2,3.4; Bos ketboll 1,2,3,4; S w im ming I; Trodewind Stoff 4; Caribbean Stoff 4. ALICE BETTY SMITH "Betty" Colon, Republic of Panama November 28, 1935 "Good and true her classmates say, Add this to her winning way Dramatic Club 1 2,3,4; Cheerleade r 3; Varsity Clu b 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3.4, AII slors 1,2,3,4; S o ftball 1,2,3,4, AII stars 1,2,3.4; Bas k e tbal l 1,2,3.4; AII stars 1,2,3,4; Clos s A sse mbly 4; Jr.Sr. Prom 3; Hall of Fame 4 DUDLEY JOSEPH SMITH "Dud" Colon, Republic of Panama J,ly 6, 1934 "Silent and reserved his mind the world observed ," "C" Club 2,3.4; ROTC 1,2,3.4, 1 s t Lt. 4; Brawl Official 3.4; Softbal l 1,4; Football I; ROT C Danc e Com m 1.2.3; Bas k e tball 1.2,3.4; Var sity 3.4; Committees 1,2,3,4 STAN P. SMITH "The Man" Newark, New Jersey December 13, 1936 "Our President's steps were loud, Of his fellow students he was LYDIA SOGANDARES "Sogie" Ancon, Canal Zone March 21, 1937 "From the top of her head to the tip 01 her toes, Her example of neatness and loveliness grows." C loss Assemb l y I; C loss D ances 1 ,2,3, 4 ; Jomboree Queen 4 ; Hom e coming Danc e Court 4; Hall of Fame 4 DUDLEY JOSEPH SMITH STAN P. SMITH

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WILLIAM C. STEVENS MALCOLM J. S T ONE JOel STORCH WILLIAM C STEVENS June 12, 1936 Osoya Junir, Peru A personalify all his own." ROTC 1 ,2,3,4, 2n d Lt. 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; 2 1 Club 2,3,4; Closs Assemb l y 2; Glee Club 1; Bond 2,3,4. MALCOLM J STONE Stoney" May 31, 1937 Pasadeno Californ i a Easy to know and always a 'riend Homeroom Rep. 2; Closs Pres. 3; 21 Club 2; Cion Assem blios 2,4, Donee Camm. 2,3."; Football 1,2; Baseball 3; Basketball 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. JOEL STORCH Joe August 26 1937 Brooklyn New York Lankily he lazes through CHS life Thespians 3,4; Dramatic Club 2,3; Camero Club 3; 21 C lu b 4; Cion Assembly 2; Donce (amm. 2,3,4; ROTC 1,2,3,4; Mock Election 1. DEMETRIO TAGAROPULOS Cookie August 21, 1934 Colon Republic of Panama Merry and debonair His friends ore eyerywhere Homeroom Rep. 1,2, 3; ROTC 1,2,3,4; 21 C lvb 1,2,3. SHIRLEY TOBIN November 14, 1937 Brockton Mossachusetts A quiet loss with manners in reserve, A li'e 'ull 0' merit, may she always deserve Assemblies 1,2,3; Pep Clvb I; librorian Ass!. 2; Softbal l 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1.2. DEMETRIO TAGAROPUlO S SHIRLEY TOBIN

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CLASS WILL We, the Sen i or Class of 55 do h e reb y s cribble, and s a y this, our la s t will and testament through th e hall s of Cri s tobal H igh Scho ol. W e hereby sorrowfully bestow upon individual s of th e s ucceeding classes our most treasured a s s ets: RICHARD ALEG UAS all his journalism assignments to Nancy Montibello L EOLIA BAilEY her curly hair 10 Pal leach HElENE d e BOYRIE her ROTC uniform to ony junior gal with goo.:l feel MARY ANN BRASSEL her lovely playing violin 10 Barry Davison ALICE CHAMBERS her "A" honor roll ability 10 her sisler, Jean MURRAY C ORRIGAN just gladly leaves it a l l JAMES CRAWFORD his ROTC platoon 10 his brother Chuck VIRGINIA DIGNAM her ability 10 remain silent 10 lily Prospect Bill DROSTE his cor keys ( but not Ihe cor ) 10 Ricardo lorences C ARMEN DUCRUET her car 10 anyone thai doesn'l like to walk LOUISE EDMONSON her "janbo" voice to Bunchy Gigg ROBERT EMERICK his ability 1 0 speak French to Robert MocSparran JAMES FAC E R his height to Bob Norman BEN FAV ORITE his right tackle position to his brother, Russel l ANDREW FRASER just leaves TOM GIBSON 011 the "would be caught" tarpon to Ernest Rodriguez GOLDY HATGI her fangled dong led earrings to Sondra Mollo ROBERT H ENSON his intramural batting eye to Luis Pabon JEAN JANK O her giggles to Andrea Armstrong PAT KELLY her battal ion sponsor position to Joan Curtis MARTHA KIRBY her privilege for writing her own excuses to Jo Ann Harte NICK LAMI S his quiet ways t o David Heres PEGGY LEE her badminton rocket to Leida Kleefkens ROLAND LEES his five o'dock shadow to Bobby Joe Willford MIKE LETCHKO his night life to Leonord Scranton JOE LOWE his "Will" when he deports from earth to "ES JOAN MAC KENZIE her strenuous ( 1 ) gym ability to Doris Pobon GENE M cG AUGHE Y his catching position to Charlie Fears A VRIL MURRA Y 011 her good limes in CHS to Virginia Chin CAROL NE W H ARD her inobility to ride a motor bike to Sieffl Beck TONY NOBO A Ihe S.A. Treosurer to Armando Lung JOHNNY PABON his trumpet, guitor, and hillbilly voice to Lynn Vikingslad DEONNE PARKER her A's in Spanish to her brother, Terry MANUEL PEREZ his position on the baske tbal l team to David Hawthorne MARIA PEREZ her modesty to Margaret Leigh ANTONI O PRENZLAU his football position to Joseph Kat z B IL L PRIC E his good ways in Physics class 10 John Dougan RAMON QUEZ A D A h i s baske tball position to John Coffey MATIA S REYES the presidency of the A.U.C.S. to Luis Ellzey ESTHER REYNO LDS her cor ( Tiny Sebastian ) t o anyone who con drive it ANTONIA R O S A D O her quiet ways to Saroh Barfield MAR C Y RUDGE 011 her gray hairs 10 some unworrying junior ELAINE SIEVERS her flirting glances to Janice Roscoe BETTY SMITH her powerful pitching arm to Pot Maedl DUDLEY SMITH his basketball ability to Mark Sugar STAN SMITH his well known "conceit" to Kaiser Bozan LYDIA SOGANDARE S her Italian hoircut to Shirley Peterson WILLIAM STEVENS h i s ROTC commission to Jomes Ambrose JOEL STORCH his privilege to joke in English 12 to Luis Pelaez DEMETRIO T AGAROPULOS his way wi t h the fema les ( 1 ) to Floyd McDermitt SHIRLEY TOBIN her l ong fingernails to Margoret Allen

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1. James Facer 2. Joan MacKenzie 3. Diane Scheidegg 4. Carmen Ducruet 5 Esther Reynolds 6. Betty Smith 7. William Stevens 8. lealia Bailey 9. Goldy Hotgi 10 Carol Newhard 11. Avril Murray 12. Peggy lee 1 3 Virginia Dignam 14. Pat Kelley 1 5. Don Smith 16. Joan Brennan 17 Martha Kirby 18. Robert Emereick 19. Joe lowe 20. Mary Ann Brossel 21. Dorio Gonzalez .. 22. Andy Fraser 23. Mike l e tchko 24. louise Edmonson 25. Bill Droste 26. Tom Gibson 27. Elaine Sievers 28. Pat Roddy 29. Dudl ey Smith 30. Johnny Pabon 31. Jean Janko 32. D eo nne Parker 33. Ben Favorite

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"Whoever is foremost leads the stars" -Carol Newhard

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Tom Gibson Louise Edmonson FRIENDLIEST -"'" !..., ........ Every person will be my fdend"-

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Virginia Dignam Andrew Bleakley Most Likely To Succeed "Along with success comes a reputation for wisdom"-

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Alice Chambers Don Smith / I MOST INTELLECTUAL "No task's too steep for human wit"-

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Joe Lowe Helene de Boyrie BEST DANCERS "Come and trip it as ye go, On the light fantastic toe"-

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Johnny Pabon Diane Scheidegg MOST TALENTED Doing easil y w hat others f ind h a rd is t a l ent"-

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Bill Price Betty Smith MOST ATHLETIC "Play not for gain. but sport"-

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Murray Corrigan BEST LOOKING Joan MacKenzie "If eyes were made for seeing. then beauty is its own excuse for being"-

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Lydia Sogandares Dario Gonzalez BEST DRESSED "Let me dress fine as I wm"-

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JUNIORS SALLY MORLAND President // PAULINE PINCUS Secretory MARGARET ALLEN SARAH BARFIELD "The Comets of 56" NANCY MONTI BELLO Vice Preside n t PAT LEACH Tr easu r er JAMES AMBROSE ANDREA ARMSTRONG MARY JO AYCOCK KAISER BAZAN JOHN BISSETT JOHN BRACKINS

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RUPERT CHIN VIRGINIA CHIN JAY CUNNINGHAM JOAN CURTIS DIANE DELANEY JOHN DOUGAN WILLIAM EAVES EDITHANN ECKOFF CHARLES FEARS ELIZABETH FEARS VERONICA FISHER LINDA FOSTER FELIPE GARCIA MADELON GARRETT GEORGE GERCHOW DANIELLE GERSPACH KATHERYN HAMILTON FLORA HARTE CAROLYN HAUSER MARVA HENSON

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DAVID HERES "' LOUISE JOHNSON EDWARD LAWRANCE RICARDO LORENCES HECTOR MELENDEZ DICK HORNE JOSEPH KATZ MARGARET LEIGH ARMANDO LUNG SAM MORRIS 1 ANTHONY HOWARD I SHIRLEY KEEPERS HOWARD LEWIS ROBERT McSPARRAN MARY ORR DONNA HUMPHREY LEIDA KLEEFKENS MIRETTA LINDSEY FLOY D McDERMITT I"', I DORIS PABON

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LUIS PABON LUKE PALUMBO LUIS PELAEZ DIANE PETERSON SHIRLEY PETERSON LILY PROSPECT MARY RESHETER ALLEN ROBINETTE PEGGY RODDY ERNEST RODRIGUEZ ALBA ROSADA JANICE ROSCOE LYDIA SMITH PATRICIA STANLEY JOHN STEPHENSON MARK SUGAR LEWIS TABER LYNN WIKINGSTAD LUTICIA YOUNG

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FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE BRAWL The FroshSoph Bra w l was one of th e long awaited events on th e "back to schoo l agenda. The Sophomores wer e victor i ous w ith a 92 lead. 1. Wow! What a bounce! 8. Hurry boysl ! 2. Where om I? 9. Hang on, Mory -3 STRETC H David! 10. Go, gals, gal! 4. Jump in the center. 11. Rossie-lassie gong. S. Fresh heroes!! 12. Here's a we t heave! 6. Joan's w inning I 13. loafing smiles 7. Eekl Here they come-14. Anybody's bolll I

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SOPHOMORES Front row, left to right: Milton Grove r David Hawthorne Fred Johnson, Henry Mizrachi, Pedro Rodriguez, Sam Newhard, Billy Rankin, Ross Tobin, Michael Brians Bobby Williford, Terry Parker, Dennis Corrigan Second row: Alice Hicks Carm e n Sierra, Carolyn Sanders, Jean Chamb e rs, Alice Lim, Pat P e ck, Sandra Keane, Janet Swice good, Betty Van Geel, Janic e Swicegood, Cather i ne L i ndsey. Third row: Barbara Gegg, Nelsa Trotti er, Bernadette Lees, Ruby Dodson, Sandra Motta, Mary Morland Pat Mae dl, Gail MacPherson, Linda Geyer, Jo Ann e Harte, Donald Nolan. Fourth row: Joan Facer Patr i cia Eaves, Ann ette Bonzoumet, Kathle e n Bred e, Margie Connard Barry Davison, Philip Hadarits, Sandra Hughes, Terry Louis, Charles Krausie, Brian Cox Wayn e Wall. Fifth row: Barbara White, Alvaro Saborio, David Stanley, Lamoine Werl e in, Raul Orvis, Jack Wright, Wilson Chong, Dean Hause, Nella Rosania Tim Gilb er t, Raymond Croft. Rear: Dan Ramsey John Lindgren, Bernard Craig Jeff Slaught er, Carlos FernJnd ez.

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FRESHMEN Front row, left to right: Edward Folse, Fred Bath, Terry Williford, Randy Deakins, Angel Cortes, Joe White, Earnest Stiebritz, Acao Chong Martha Melendez, Michael Stall Alfred Chan Ronald Chin Louise Cortes. Second row: Eddie Pabon, James Murray, Ellen Fusselman, Ines Gumban, Vanessa Bazan, Carole Lew, Wendy Cotton Steffie Beck Joan Coffey Sandra Jones, Gloria Radzwick, Alicia Donohue, Ann Brede, Julian HalJ. Third row: Marcel Belanger, Roy Hearn, Lance Terrell, Marie Bleakley, Bonnycastle Smith, Mary Coffey, Virginia Kleefkens, Grace Argo Jacquelyn Bolling, Robin Gilbert, Linda Talb"t, Colleen Salter, Wayne Bath, Clovis Brackins. Fourth row: Bob Bookhammer, Mike Angermuller, Charles Wood, Constantine Rusodimos, Arnalda Brooks, Carol Flenniken Loretta Hirschfeld, Janet Argue Perry Hayes Angelina Jay Lester Bailey, Luigi Pernigotti, William Lawrance Fifth row: Charles Olander, Burt Klontz, Billy Gibson, Jon McGraw Chuck Douglas, Charles Crawford, James Brooks Joe Trower, Jack Willoughby, Charles DeTore, Bob Norman, William Fusselman.

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STUDENT ASSOCIATION Unity i s th e main activity that is promoted by the STUDENT ASSO CIA TION This important bronch of the A ssociation has for its membe r s n early all of the s tud e n t body which e l e ct s a Stud ent Council consisting of fiv e officer s and one r epresentative fro m each homeroom. By being a member students receive th e Trade Wind, " Caribbean," and admission to all schoo l donces, plays and athl etic contests. All the awards sports, dramatics, music -ore provid e d for by th e SA Front row ( l eft to right): Sion Smith, Kaiser Bazon, Carol Newhard, T ony Noboo, Margaret l eigh. S e cond row ( l eft to right): Charles Crawford, John Dougan, Jim Facer, Morcy Rudge, D ione Scheidegg, James Brooks, Alice lim Third row ( l eft to r ight): George Gerchow, Morion Bowers, Mr. James Pfau (spo nsor ) Brian Cox. STUDENT ASSOCIATION CABINET The S.A Cabinet members are, S tan Smith (president), Kaiser Bazan (vice-president ) Carol Newhard (secretary), Tony Noboa ( treasurer) Margaret l e igh (assistant treasu r er). l eft t o right : Coral Newhard, Kaiser Bozon, Stan Smith, Tony Noboa. Margaret leigh.

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ATHLETIC COUNCIL Front row ( l e ft 10 rig ht): Kaiser Bozon, Margaret Leigh. Se con d ro w ( J eff t o rig ht): Bonny Smith, Colleen Solle r Terry Louis, Linda Tolbert. T hird row ( l e ft fa r ight) : Andrew Bleakley, Roland Lees. Pot Kelly. Mad e l on Gorre l Mr. Gregg (sponsor ) NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The highest hon o r which can be bes tow e d upon any Cri stobal High Sch o ol stude nt is m embers hip in th e National Honor S ocie ty. Th e main r equirement for entrance is Scholars hip A candidate must also meet th e standards of Character, Leadership and Servic e Mis s B rown i s spons or of the organization The memb ers are Lealia B a il ey, D on Smit h Alic e Chambe rs, Dian e Schiedegg, Coral Newhard. The Athl e tic C o unc i l is m a d e u p o f t h e Stu d e nt A ssociati on alte r nates. Thei r j o b i s t o take care of th e gate at all C.H. S athl etic c o n t es ts. This y ear Mr. Gregg i s sponsor. The offic e r s for this year are Kaise r Bazan, Presiden t ; Ma rga ret L e igh Tre asur e r Pic t u red (left to right ) ore: Coral Newhard, Lealia Bailey, Don Smith. Alice Chambers, Dione Scheid egg.

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LIBRARY Mis s Brown and her student librarians are in charge of caring for t h e library. The students who work in the library besides learning the fundam entals o f library work also gain a great d e al of g e n e ral knowledge. Pictur e d l eft to right : Miss Brown librarian; Jacquelyn Bolling, Mondy Donohue, lorelfa H i rschfiel d Mary Ann Brass et. OFFICE GIRLSI Office practice is offered to any Senior girl who is looking forward to a career in business. Under the leader ship of Miss Vilma Rosania, the school s secretary, the girls acquire experience and efficiency in office work. Pictur e d left to right: Alice Chambers, Mary Fer nan dez, Esther Reyno l ds. (In se rt : Martha Kirby, Jean Janko. ) CAFETERIA Miss Mclimans, with the help of these five girls manages to keep an eff i cient and well managed cafeteria for the student bady as well as for the teachers. P i ctured l eft to r i g ht : Betty Von Geel, Miss Mclimans, manage r; Barbaro White, Mary Reshet er, Mary Ann Brasset Pamela Hawthorn.

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THE CRISTOBAL JUNIOR RIFLE CLUB Bill S levens The Junior Rifle Club was organized in 1947 This year the rifle club consist s of 33 members. The club has set many high goals and will no doubt reach them under the of the sponsor, Mr. Gibson. This year the Junior Rifle Club Varsity i s composed of only six top shooters of the club. Mike Brians Bill Gibson Borry Davison Mary Brosse l Dione Scheid egg Time Out For Ginger" 1954 -55 PLAYS

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The 1954-55 Dramatic Club officers are: In the front row (left to right) President, L o uise Ed m 0 n son; Vice-President, Margaret Leigh; Secretary, Lealia Bailey; Treasurer, Nancy MontibelJo; and Historian, Carol Newhard; Sponsor, Miss Anne Dowd. DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club was organized in 1944 to stimulate interest in the theatrical arts, Th e greatest honor a member of the Dramatic Club can receive is the membe rship to the National Thespians. NATIONAL THESPIANS Bock row (left 10 right) are: Mark Sugar, Terry Louis, Miss Dowd, Louis e Edmonson. Joel Starch. Front row {left t o right} : Virginia D ignam, Sue Pincus, Margaret Leigh, Sally Morland and Roberl MocSporran. The 1954-55 officers of the Thespians Troupe 217 are: President, Virginia Dignam; Vice P res id e nt Jo el Storch; Secretary, L ou ise Edmonson ; Treasurer, Robe r t ran; and Scribe, Margare t Leigh; Sponsor, Miss A n ne Dowd

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"CUTE" "STARDUST BALL" "EVERYBODY' S DANC ING" HEPCA T RAMSEY" T H IRSTY? " E N CHANTED " W ITTY ONES" "SLEEPY" "GO M A N GO"

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CO "E" OFFICERS : Copt. Lowe 1 5 1 Lt. McGaughey 1 5 1 Lt. Crawford 151 Lt. Smil h Co. Sponsor: Jean J anko CO. "G" OFFICERS: Copt. Bleakley 1 sf It. Favorite 1st Lt. Bazan 151 Lt. Smilh Co Sponsor: Helen e de Boyrie CO. "F" OFFICERS : Copt. Noboo 151 Lt. Fac e r 1 5 1 Lt. Albr ight 151 Lt. Slorch Co. Sponsor, Coral Newhard

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SPONSORS Capt. Patricia Kelley I st Lt. Jean Janka I st Lt. Carol Newhard I st Lt. Helene de Bayrie BATTALION STAFF Lt. Col. Har vey D. Smith Adjutant, Johnny R. Pabon Sponsor: Patricia Kelley Executive: Will R. Price Supply Officer, William Stevens COLOR GUARDS Pfc John Coffey Sfc Hector Melendez Sg!. Wayne Wall Sgt. John Lindgren

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Bock row : Helen de Bayrie, Virginia D ignam. L eft t o right: Jean Janko, Sondra Mollo, Shirley Peterson, Par MaedL and Pa r Kelly. "Our Beautiful Jamboree Queen" MISS LYDIA SOGANDARES "ON THE UP AND THE UP" MISS LIN DA TALBERT "MORALE This year Cristobal s cheerleaders rea II y proved more than wor thy of the honor that they held. Many new yells were introduced "CALIFORNIA ORANGES BOOSTERS" to the student body. The wonderful person who helped these girls a long was Mrs. Dorothy Smith. "BEAT 'EM CRISTOBAL BEAT 'EM" "We've got the Steam Heat" "TIMBER" L eft to right: Par Maedl, Mary Morland, Jean Janko, Virginia Dignam, Sondra Mollo, and Shirley P e t e r son.

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FOOTBALL CORONATION HOMECOMING COURT-left 1 0 right : Robert Thomas, Jr., and Soro Palumbo. 2 nd row: Joan MacKenzie, Pat Kelley, Queen Coral N ewhard, Lydia Sogondores. 3rd row: Bil l Price, Lorry Cotlon, Footboll Coptoin Ben FoYorit e, Stan Smith, and Johnny Po bon. QUEEN CAROL I-October 9 1 954 in the Cristobal H igh School Girl's Gym was the s cene for the annual Homecoming Dance and Coronation. Carol Newhard r eigne d majestically under her enlarged crown and in h e r velveted chair, a s Football Captain Ben Favorit e crowned h e r Queen Carol I. Each attendant with her escort royally enter e d 10 finish the evening's highlight.

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* c H A M p * 0 N S Front row, left to right: Jim Palumbo, John Lingren, Bob Wilford, Ed Pabon. S econd row left to right: Tony Noboa, Da ve Hawthorne, Jack Willoughby, Don Ramsey, Floyd McDermitt, Jeff Slaughter, Joe Lowe, Manuel Perez, Sam Newhard, Andy Fraser, Charles Fears. Third row, left to righ t : Bill Price Allen Robinette, Ben Favorite Lewis Tober, Nic k Lamis Barry Davison, Milton Grover, Fred Phillippi, Gene McGaughey, Bill Gibson, Luke Palumbo, Kaiser Bazan. Fourth row, left to right: George Mercier, Fred Johnson Arnalda Brooks Stan P. Smi th, M i ke Brians, John Pabon, Bill Rankin, Marion Bowers, Tony Prenzlau, Jon McGraw, Jerry Dockery Fifth row, left to right: Ken Stone, Chuck Crawford, Butch Hall Ross Tobin Ricardo Lorences, Lamoine Werlein, James Longo, Wendell Sasso, James Brooks, Brian Cox, Rupert Chin. FOOTBALL TEAM Although the Tigers Football team of 1954-55 could not manage to win the Cham pionship, they put up the most gallant fight. Winning just wasn't there. One thing that was there, however, was a team and school Spirit that can' t be matched. As long as CHS can maintain the Spirit that was shown in 1954-55, winning will be just a minor factor. N S p R T * * * *

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FOOTBALL STANDOUTS WHY 50 GLUM? WHAT'S SO INTERESTING? A MONUMENT? LOOK AT THAT HOLE.

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* * * * 1 9 5 5 F I G H T I N G T I G E R 5 CO-CHAMPIONS T eam Members-Front row ( l eft to right): Don Ramsey. Luke Palumbo, Sam Morris, Dud SmiTh. Kaiser Bazan, David Hawthorne. Tony Noboo. Bock row ( l eft to right): John Colley, Allan Robinelle, Romon Quezada, Ed SmiTh, Manuel Perez ond Don Smi th. U N o E F E A T E o 5 I N C E 1 9 5 1 * * * * Don SmiT h. Captain of t he Tigers. The C H S Baske t ball team went int o the 1955 Inte r scho l astic Sea so n as def e n d i n g Champs for the past four years. This year again, the Tigers were unbeat a ble. However they d i d have t o share the honor of Champions w i th Balboa. Under the top coachi ng of Coach Paul Moser, t he Tigers went into the last game t roiling by one game, and came out of it as Co-Champions. B e low (left to right): Manuel Perez, Ed Smith and Dud Smith. Romon Quezada, the Tigers' High paint man for 1955.

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T I G E R S B A S E B A L L T E A M F U T U R E * * * * * * STARS OF 195 5 TIGERS SQUAD: Front row ( left to right) : Andy Bleakley, Don Ramsey, Roy Croft, Don Humphrey, Charles f ears, Hector Melendez. Kaiser Bozon. Back row ( l eft to right): Ben Fovorite, Gene McGaughey, luke Palumbo, Bill Price, Manuel Perez, Womba lung. Allan Robinette Wayne Wall and Coach Luke Palumbo. ( Not pictur e d): Tom Gibson, J. Coffey Morion Bowers. * With a two club fight for the flag, B H S defeated the Tigers three t imes to give the B ulldogs the pennant. The best the Tigers could do, was to end up in a tie with BHS in one ball game. T he Seniors of 1955 wish t he T igers baseball team more luck in the future. * * * * * * Having the biggest team i n CHS history the track stars of 1955 showed the fans some nice running. Many ribbons were taken in b y these lads this year. With only four returning lettermen, t heir feats were as follows: Ramon Quezada, high jump and relays Don Smith, hurdles. E d Smith, 100 and 220 yd. dash, al s o relay s Stan Smith, 100 and 220 yd. dash, also relays * TRACK METORS : B e low ( l e ft to right): John Forrest, John Pabon, John Davis, Ed Smith, Lester Bailey, Bill Gibson, Barry Dav i son, Ju l ian Hall, John Lindgren, Dav i d Stanley, Sam Morris, Howard lewis, Bob Emerick Bock row ( l e ft to right): ROlTlon Quezada, Don Smith, Joe Lowe, Gene McGaug h ey, Bill Ronki n Cookie Togoropulos, Henry Miz r ochi, Bill Price, Joe Trower, K a i ser Bozon, Bryon Cox, Lomoine Werlein. SLOGAN "M A y B E N E x T y E A R" o L Y M P I ( S

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"A" LEAGUE-F ro n t ro w ( l eft to r ight): Sondra Malta. Coral Newhard. Virginia Dignam, Captain Louise Edmonson, Dione P e terson, and Peg Roddy. Boc k r o w ( left t o r i ght ) : Dione Scheidegg, Marie Bleokley, Nancy Montib e lio, Sora Barfie l d, Dione Deloney, Morey Rudge, and Belly Smith. "B" League V olleyball C o-Champions "8" LEAGUE-Th e Cristobal High School B l eague girl s' V olle yball t eam beat Bal b o a High School October 20 1954 25-18. Balboa High School then came back to gain a victory over t he CHS nin e wit h the close s cor e of 23 22. October 22, w a s th e day of the Coct,a mpi onship bet w e e n C H S and BHS. SPORT "A" League Volleyball C o-Champions "A" LEAGUE-CHS Tigr esse s started off the season to d efeat Balboa on October 20, 1954 by the score of 24-20 Junior College lo s t to th e A League girls by 20 23 on October 22. Next game; Balboa beat CHS 26-25. F or the la s t game of the season CHS took Junior College 40-17 Oc tober 29 to finish the 1954 A League Volleyball season in a Co-champion s hip with B a lboa High School. 8 LEAGUEF r o nt r o w ( l e ft t o right): Elaine Sievers, Alice lim, Coptoin Doris Pabon, Wend y Call an, and Steffi Beck. Bock ( O W ( l eft to right): Edit h Echkoff, Shirley Peterson, Janet Swicegood, Pat Maed!. Donna Humphrey, Margaret Leigh, Mondy Donohue, and Carolyn Sonders.

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STARS ''A'' League Softball Champions "A" LEAGUE-CHS had onl y one team for competition in the 1955 Softball season as Jun ior College didn' t get up a team. The A League beat Balboa High Schoo l and 2 1 on February 1 1 955, and F ebruary 7 respectively to give the CHS Tigresses the Championship. A N LEAGUE-Front row (left 10 right); Sondra Molto, Corol Newhard, Virgin ia Dignam, Caplain Dione Scheidegg, Louise Edmonson, and Peg Roddy. Bock row ( left to right); Nancy MonlibeiJo, Helene de Boyri e, B e tt y Smith, Marie Bleakley, Mary Jo Aycock, Rachel Radel, and Morcy Rudge. "B" League Softball Champions "8" LEAGUE-The first game was tied between BHS and CHS, 4-4, on February 1. With the next game the deciding facto r for the Softball Champions hip th e B League won on February 7 1955 7-6, to cop the title. B LEAGUE-Front row ( l e ft to right): Wendy Co tt o n Alice lim, Caplain Margaret Leigh, Doris Pabon, and louis e Johnso n Back row ( l eft to right ) : Inez Gumbon, lindo Tolbert, Judy Tiplon, POl Meed!. Stelfi Beck, Mary Fer nandez, Doroth y Hou ser, and Shirley Peterson.

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GLEE CLUB BAND and ORCHESTRA No assembly or game is really complete withou t a few se lecti ons from CHS's capable band or orchestra. The beauti ful son g s and golden tones a r e all under the guidance of our ve r y capable conductor, Mr. O E. Jor stad. Christmas is set off j ust right when the glee club and orchestra get together for the annual Christmas Pageant and spring i s ushered in with the delightful Spring Music Festiva l in whic h the Glee Club and Orchestra once again b lend their music together. ORCHESTRA Music is the speech 01 the angels."

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