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    Title Page
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    Dedication
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    Table of Contents
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    Faculty and administration
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A dedicated CHS graduate, Mrs. Rankin was also an energetic Tiger like the rest of us, yet in a different decade. In 1965,
she was most athletic and today, she still holds that title. She is a loving mother of two CHS students and she coached a
champion 1st place girls Tiger basketball team. For her school spirit and fierce Tiger pride, we dedicate this book to Coach
Rankin for her tireless efforts at making CHS what it is today.


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CHS ADMINISTRATION


Mr. Renno's hometown is Nelson, Missouri, but he graduated from Wyandotte High
School in Kansas City, Kansas. He attended William Jewell College in Liberty,
Missouri and received his M.A. at the University of Redlands in Redlands, California.
Mr. Renno holds an A.B. and M.A. in English, Latin, Spanish, education, and
administration. His wife, Adelina, and he have one son, David, and two daughters,
Sandy, a senior at CHS, and Milagro. His hobbies include photography and writing.
A bit of advice for a CHS student from Mr. Renno "The choices you make now
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Howard Perkins Assistant Principal


Mr. Perkins graduated from Yerington High School in his hometown, Yerington,
Nevada. He received his B.S. and M.A. in industrial arts and social studies as an
undergraduate, and administration as a graduate at the University of New Mexico
in Albuquerque. His wife, Mary and he have one son, Lane, a student at CHS,
and one daughter, Cris. His hobbies include jogging, fishing, and bottle collecting.

Mrs. Gegg graduated from East High School in Auburn, New York. She attended
Cornell University in Ithaca, New York where she majored in French and
Spanish. There she received her Bachelor of Arts in those fields and her Master of
Science in education. Mrs. Gegg and her husband, Robert, have two sons, Donald
and Stephen, and two daughters, Barbara and Katherine. She also has a dog
named Muffy. Her hobbies include reading and playing bridge. One bit of advice
from Mrs. Gegg, especially to seniors "Meet your deadlines! Try to be ready
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"The band, they played
our
favorite song ..."
the song that will
always remind us
of our year,
of our memories,
of our friendships.
"Together, forever ...
Hoping it would never
end,
Together, forever,
Never say goodbye." B


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Andrew Britt Adema
April 17, 1970
Pamama City, Panama


"I don't care how you look at me
Because I'm the one and you will see
We can make it work
We can make it by

So give me one more minute and I'll tell you
why.


I'm a rough boy
I'm a rough boy"


"I'm a Rough Boy"
-ZZ Top


Melissa Anderson
December 20, 1969
East Orange, New Jersey


"Good-bye" is not an ending
When you know that people care,
For miles may come between you
But warm thoughts are always there


"Good-bye" is not an ending
But a different start for you.
A time for making brand new friends
And seeing dreams come true ...

"Good-bye" is not an ending,
For you'll find along life's way,
Within your heart you'll always have
A part of yesterday.


Sherry Elizabeth Aquiningoc
December 5, 1969
Fort Eustis, Virginia


Though we don't want to say good-bye,
we all know there comes a time to say
farewell and go our separate ways. As
we go we face a world of confusion and
fear. I just want to say good luck to the
class of '88 and may all your dreams
come true.
"Separate Ways"
-Journey


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Steve Arroyo
June 25, 1970
Fort Benning, Georgia


Cristobal has been so much fun, yet full of so
much pain. And with all the knowledge and
pride and courage I have gained, I now feel
that I am ready for the world. Is the world
ready for me?


John Arthur Blennerhassett
March 4, 1969
Coco Solo, Canal Zone


"Goodbye to romance,
Goodbye to friends.
I guess we'll meet,
We'll meet in the end."
"Goodbye to Romance"
-Ozzy Osbourne
Many thanks to all my friends, and good luck
with love to Joann E., Karen R., Angelina P.,
Kindra R., George P., Tito L., Steve M., An-
drew A., Darrell C., Henry J., and especially to
my good friend Stuart N.


Michelle Calvo
November 16, 1969
Coco Solo, Canal Zone


"If a picture paints a thousand words,
Then why I can't I paint each of you?
The words will never show
The you I've come to know.
And if I could be two places at one time
I'd be with all of you,
Tomorrow and today
Beside you all the way."
"If"
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Ronald Patrick Coleman Shandra Janel Divina
January 23, 1970 November 1, 1970
Cristobal, Canal Zone Kauai, Hawaii


Joann Marie Eckel
July 19, 1970
Ancon, Canal Zone


"It seems to me, we live a little fantasy, walk-
ing blind. If you give some time to search be-
yond, there's no boundaries. There will come a
day when the lightening will flash and maybe
then we will see. There comes a day when
everyone will find who they are. So find your
heart, don't ever stop. No, no that's our desti-
ny."
"You Can't Stop the Rain"
-Loose Ends


I still believe in all my dreams and all that I
can be. I've learned from my mistakes to do all
that it takes to make it eventually, because I
still believe in me. Through my faith in God,
I've found that although I've been through
many trials, I still come out standing on my
own two feet. I've learned the hard way that
troubled waters turn into calm swells, and
whatever I dream, I can achieve.


I remember being in the 7th grade, looking up
to all those seniors and wishing I was one of
them. Now that I am one of them "I wanna go
back and do it all over, but I can't go back, I
know."
"I Wanna Go Back"
-Eddie Money


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Samuel Enrique Fiol
July 22, 1970
Burbank, California


Wendv Kay Hall Stacey Leigh Herron
November 19, 1970 April 21, 1970
Donnesville. Georgia Hot Springs, Arkansas


Memories hold the song of yesteryear. My
family is a memory, my friends are memories.
CHS is a memory. Those times I spent at CHS
are precious moments and they "Stand by
Me."
Dedication of "Tender Love" to K C.


"An angel's smile is what \ou sell
You promise me heaven
And put me through hell.
Shot through the heart and you're to blame.
Darling, you gite love a bad name."
"You Give Love a Bad Name"
-Bon Jovi


"Friends" describes my senior year Starting
off at a new school was really difficult, but the
friends I'e made at Cristobal are very special
and "friends are friends forever ."


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Scott Richard Hoffman
November 27, 1987
Coco Solo, Canal Zone


Adoniram Judson Iglesias, Jr. Julie Ann Irvin
June 25, 1970 December 13, 1970
Coco Solo, Canal Zone Kassel, West Germany


"It's a long race
If I try I will finish,
Through high times and low times, too.
But if I stop now
How could I know what I could do?"
"The Long Race"
-Bruce Hornsby


To all the Seniors:
This may be the last time we seniors have the
privilege to see each other again. We may nev-
er again have the chance to know a person like
the one beside you. The essential importance
of friendship never crossed our minds when
we had the chance to know them. Take time to
know a friend and witness how much thought
and care they can give to us.


Since my first day of high school I've been
looking forward to my senior year. Well, now
that it is here it "seems to me that my life ran
on too fast and I have to take it slowly just to
make the good parts last." I hate to see this
year end but I know that the friendships and
memories I've made throughout my high
school years are ones that I will cherish for-
ever. If I could have one wish it would be that
we could all stay forever young, but since we
can't, I wish the best of luck to the Senior
Class of '88.
"Back In the High Life Again"
-Steve Winwood


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Talel Issa Leslie Dawn Johnson
May 18, 1969 August 1, 1970
Baranquilla, Colombia Okinawa, Japan


Thanks for all the good times, "Let's stay
friends forever."
-A-ha


Daniel Benito Juarez
July 8, 1969
Coco Solo, Canal Zone


"I live my life like there's no tomorrow.
Where there's a will, there's a way
Every dog will have his day
Those who wait are only wastin' time.

I'm young, I'm wild, and I am free."
"All the Way"
-Triumph


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Jenny Song-Mi Kirkbride Benjamin Parker Kotin
April 2, 1969 August 16, 1970
Seoul, Korea Fort Devens, Massachusetts


Nicolasa Rebeca Kuster
October 28, 1970
Lima, Peru


A very special thanks to my parents for their
support and their always getting me back on
track no matter how much I fought against it.
It shall be an eminent memory of my well
spent high school years.


"I'm not bad. I'm damn good.
But now and then I don't do all I should.

I don't kill. I don't steal.
Well, maybe only when I need a meal.

I don't curse. Well, just a bit.
Somehow gee whiz and golly don't quite make
it."
"One Bad Habit"
-Twisted Sister

Warning: Contains my ulterior motives.


There's so much to say! They've kept telling
me, my whole life, that your senior year is the
best year of all. Of my years so far it has been,
thanks to all the special people in my life. I
know this is only the end of the beginning and
I'm going to give what comes tomorrow all I've
got, because "I don't want to end up a cartoon
in a cartoon graveyard."
"Call Me Al"
-Paul Simon


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Ray Gerhardt Laatz Gerry Lancaster
September 2. 1970 February 13, 1970
Ancon. Canal Zone Ancon, Canal Zone


"Well. there's m' easy chair,
I go to school and sit among friends %ho talk Just sitin' there.
with me about the present and. een more now Thinke spent a lot of time
that we are seniors, about the past. I realize Tnkng of t pee e
that. after this year. most of my friendships know T s no pu ac d mli e.
will only be memories, and that. after this It just hit me I w leai.
year. most of my memories will be of friends. It jst hit m as I was ain
"Hereafter, in a better world than this. 'ause w ca thin tt o ut
I shall desire more love and knowledge And it brings ba k memories
of you.A
oSha youk e Since there's no place like home."
Shakespere "No Place Like Home"
.Randy Travis


Robert Michael Lawrance
May 7, 1969
Coco Solo, Canal Zone


Looking back through the years, I found out
that I have grown, not only on the outside but
the inside also. I thank the teachers and
friends I had during my six years.


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Mary Rose Lawrance Alberto Isaac Lowinger
September 5, 1970 January 24, 1970
Coco Solo, Canal Zone Coco Solo, Canal Zone


Terrence Lemar Mardis
November 1, 1970
Cleveland, Ohio


Old Mr. Renno had a school. CH-CH-S.
And in this school were all my friends.
CH-CH-S.
With a laugh, laugh, here
And a smile, smile, there
Here a friend,
There a friend,
Everywhere there are my friends.
Old Mr. Renno had a school. CH-CH-S.

My memories of Panama are pleasant ones,
but the friends I have made make Panama a
spectacular, unforgettable place.


To CHS: "I've had enough" -KISS
To the seniors: "School's Out" -Krokus
To Panama: "Out of Control" -Krokus
To the Canal Zone: "The Best of Times" -
Styxx
To the waves: "Can't Get Enough" -Twisted
Sister
CHS was great, but it's time for the real world
so watch out.


"I decided long ago
Never to walk in anyone's shadow.
If I fail,
If I succeed,
At least I'll live as I believe.
No matter what they take from me
They can't take away my dignity."
"Greatest Love of All"
-Whitney Houston


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T. Wayne Markham Dawn Ann Mason
May 5. 1970 January 17. 1970
Panama City. Florida Cadiallac. Michigan


Richard Matthews, Jr.
February 22, 1970
Coco Solo. Canal Zone


"Tho' I keep searching for an answer
I never seem to find what I'm looking for
Oh Lord. I pray
You give me strength to carry on.
Cos' I kno% what it means
To walk along the lonely street of dreams."
"Here I Go Again"
*Whitesnake


"I'm So Excited" that I'm finally graduating.
Eten though I will mins my friends, noboby
can say that it wasn't %torth it MI. parents
helped me get to. mi -enior year. b\ gting
encouragement when I ,as ready to quit.
Thanks ever, one!


You become what %ou make of yourself. CHS
has captured my dreams in a mold. just ait-
ing to be told. Seeking all my dreams I have no
fear. M1~ future i- distant and not really clear
Being with your friends is the best of times. A,
)ou remember them, you remember their lives
and they, their dreams.


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Anita M. Mazerole Maria Rachell Coy
September 23, 1969 August 16, 1970
Phoenix, Arizona Fayetteville, North Carolina


Steve Drury McMullin
January 9, 1970
Fort Bragg, North Carolina


Dedicated to the Senior Class of '88.
"Para bailar la bamba,
Para bailar la bamba se necesita una
poca de gracia.
Una poca de gracia para mi y para ti
Ay, arriba y arriba.
Ay, arriba y arriba y arriba ire.
Yo no soy marinero,
Yo no soy marinero, soy capitan
Soy capitan, soy capitan.
La, la bamba,
La, la bamba ...
"La Bamba"
-Los Lobos


For a special time that will never come again,
for those memories we all share, I dedicate
these lines. Yes! Let's pray for our success,
let's endure during our life so that we may not
pass our it like shadows. Rather, let's spread
pleasant memories over the world. I'll never
say goodbye to you all!


I dedicate these songs to:
The GYC Party Animals ...
"Have a Drink On Me" -AC/DC
The GYC Sun Bunnies ...
"Don't Make No Promises, Your Body Can't
Keep" -Scorpions
The Seniors ...
"I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking
For" -U2
CHS ...
"The Torture Never Stops" -W.A.S.P.
Panama ...
"Wasted Years" -Iron Maiden
The World ...
"Peace Sells But Who's Buyin' -Megadeth


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Albert Motta, III Marta Ellena Nepton
March 2, 1970 November 15, 1966
Colon, Panama Colon, Panama


Isaac Javier Nepton
December 31, 1970
Cristobal, Panama


If we could only stay together and cause all
the trouble we always have it would be fun.
But I guess there comes a time when our care-
free fun must stop and we have to go and deal
with a new way of life. Best of luck to the class
of '88.


I don't want to say goodbye to this school
because it's been such a large part of my life
for the years since junior high. I will remem-
ber this time, and you, my friends, for the rest
of my life. Good luck!


It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday with
it's memories of many years. Life is like a
puzzle You keep adding one piece, one after
another as you gro.. Sometimes the pieces fall
into place. Other times they don't. The new
pieces that are added, the clearer the picture
becomes. a hen you have to say goodbye to the
yesterday on which we've lived.


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Lillian Santos Ortiz Ana Lucia Pace
August 10, 1970 August 1, 1968
Nurnberg, Germany San Jose, Costa Rica


Angelina Kae Palumbo
April 13, 1971
Creston, Iowa


The road is cold and dark, but together we will
find the light. The light that leads us to truth,
love, and peace. Our paths may take separate
ways, but we shall again meet in our dreams.
The years of playing in the sun are but memo-
ries now. The future lies ahead of us so "reach
out and take it."
"Reach Out and Take It"
-Heavy Metal Soundtrack


Thanks to all those who contributed to my
years at CHS. I'll never forget the times we've
shared.


"I don't know where I'm going
But I sure know where I've been.
Hanging on the promises
In the songs of yesterday.
And I've made up my mind,
I ain't wasting no more time.
Tho' I keep searching for an answer
I never seem to find what I'm looking for.

But I know what it means
To walk along the lonely street of dreams
And here I go again on my own."
"Here I Go Again"
-Whitesnake


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George F. Patton Sandra Gayle Renno
August 11, 1970 August 20, 1969
Coco Solo, Canal Zone Barstoz. California


Dina Alicia Roman
August 6. 1970
Augusta, Georgia


Dedicated to the graduating class of '88

"How long we hae wanted
This dream to come true,
And as it approaches
I can't believe we are through
As the da.s pass we'll discover
Destiny just can't be ruled "
"The Price"
ST isted Sister
Good luck to the seniors and my close friends
Gerald. Darrell, Henry. John, Joann, the Ran.
kin twins. Vence. my sister, and mi parents.


I bhee'.e in the l., e that is real and true. the
lote that comes straight from the heart Al
though some Iriendships may end, some tears
ma. be shed, and some hearts may be wound-
ed. love will heal the wounded heart For it ;s
better to have lored and lost than ne\er to
have loved at all.


"The sun shines forever
Through a child's eyes
The sun shines forever
No worried, no ties
Laughing and learning
As time goe. b%.

I neer believed that I'd grow old
Still I can hear the thing. I'm told
The sun has gone, the nights are cold
You never told me.

I sit and watch the sunset
\Vith tears in m\ eyes
I sit and Satch the sunset
W\hy %as I told
So many lie'?"
"Through a Child's Eyes"
-Bananarama


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Christina Louise Stauffer Allen Dale Sullivan
May 25, 1968 April 24, 1970
Pacific Grove, California Dothan, Alabama


Elizabeth Maria Thompson
December 29, 1969
Coco Solo, Canal Zone


"It doesn't matter who we say we are. You
define us in the simplest most available terms
possible: a brain, a princess, a jock, a basket
base, a criminal. But today we must discover
that we are all part brain, princess, jock, bas-
ket base, and criminal."
-The Breakfast Club


Each year I'm at CHS get's better and better. I
made friends quickly the first year I was here
and the second was the best year of my life.
Now it's my senior year, and the fun will soon
be over. CHS is #1!


Don't forget me when I'm gone;
For I've known you for so long.
With all the fun we've had together
And tough times we've shared together,
Now is the time to say goodbye
With tears in our eyes and loneliness in our
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And hugs of joy and sorrow.


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Danny Alberto Velez Sheila Elizabeth Whitney
October 2, 1969 March 24, 1970
Call, Colombia Coco Solo, Canal Zone


Ever since the 7th grade I've been banging my
head on books, teachers, and even other stu-
dents. Now that I'm a senior, I can slow down
the banging of my head at least for a little
while. So I'm giving you a bit of advice. Bang
your heads as much as you can now, because in
the future this banging will be worth the dent-
ed head.
"Bang Your Head"
-Quiet Riot


"I decided long ago,
Never to walk in anyone's shadow.
If I fail,
If I succeed,
At least I'll live as I believe.
No matter what they take from me
They can't take away my dignity.
The greatest love of all,
It's easy to achieve.
I found the greatest love of all inside of
me."
"Greatest Love of All"
-Whitney Houston


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DeeDee Eliison (Mngr.), Jennifer Cowling, Kelly Lafnear, Wayne Markham, Gerald Corrigan. I'lnce DUdge. Cookie Evans, Paul DeMones.
Raed Hachem, Tony Vega, Serena Lowery (Mngr.), Lili Borselino (Mngr.), Coach Ste'e Butler.


BASEBALL '88


Coach Grubbs, Shawn McCraken, Paul DeMoney, Henry Josephs, Rudy Francis, Ray Francis, Dario Dennis, Steve Arroyo, Coach Will,
Tamara Carter IMnnr i. Marcie Dodge (Mngr.), Tony Vega, Danny Velez, Gerald Corrigan, Tito Lowinger, Darrell Canamas, Andy
Kirkland, Michelle Rogers (Mngr.), Dina Roman (Mngr.)

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Coach Rankin, Michelle Howell, Marcia Redman, Sheila Whitney, Allison Hoffman, Karen Rankin, Dig
Gordan, Kindra Rankin, Vanessa Sobers, Liz Thompson, Christina LaMountain.





























Manager Tiernian Corrigan, Alex Valez, Henry Josephs, Gene Taitano, David Flynn, Adonicio Hartley,
Scott Hoffman, Corey Grubbs, Danny Gadrim, Steve Arroyo, Terry Mardis, Coach Smith, Manager Joan
Eckel.

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0 L-R: Alan Austin, Mike Sullivan, Jessica Layne, Ricky Walker, David Farrell, Jody Todhunter, Richard Matthews, Roger
Gonzalez, Bobby Lancaster, Scott Hoffman, Gerry Lancaster, Juan Lu, Jennifer May, Julie Melrose, Mike Popowski, Brian
Smith. Not Pictured: Ariel Keith
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Richards, Brian Richards, Yiselka Hern, Chris Mayo, Tonia Kelly, Freddy Velez, Jenny Kirkbride, Peter John, Vitto Rall, Anita Mazerolle,
George Jacobs, Claudette Taylor, Shawn McCraken, Mathew Readett, Julio Pena, Kasma Sobers, Paul Grebinger, Roger Gonzalez
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their lively grams.


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Up turned out to be five young
ladies: Stacey Herron, Leslie
Johnson, Kindra Rankin, Sandy
Renno, and Mickey Valdez, Our
co-ordinator was Ms. Regina
Mack. Not every fund raiser we
sponsored could be put on this
page, but we do want to thank all
the parents because without them
we would never had raised $5,000
Also, we'd like to especially thank
Angelina Palumbo. Elizabeth
Thompson, and all of Ms. Mack's
class'. But most of all we want to
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Leslie Johnson, Danny Velez, Tito Lowinger, Scott Hoffman (President), Andrew Adema (Histori-
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the hours and hours put in at the dark room, the pressures
and often overwhelming stress of the deadlines, the anxi-
eties and the hopes this book has finally been complet-
ed. As the year draws to a close, we can only hope that we
? have recorded it accurately, and that the photographs
come near to capturing the memories.
SAfter working with the Panama printer last year, the
S.switch to Jostens came with both advantages and disad-
vantages. We're glad to be able to enclose all our hard
working weekends in a hard cover, even though we did
have to work hard, meeting deadlines that rushed to meet
us too soon after the last was safely out of the way.
S How could we have done it with such a small staff
without all the help and support we recieved? Thanks, Mr.
Cotton, our sponsor, and Mrs. Akers for all the technical
help. Thanks to all the teachers that never saw us, or the
staff, around deadline time especially Ms. Levy and Ms.
'. A Sullivan; thanks, Mr. Gansen, for the negatives, keys, and
just plain support. Thanks, Mr. Butler, for ideas and being
There during one of our editor crisis'. A big thanks to Mr.
Oriel Lum at Ft. Davis, who taught us all we know, saved
.i'/. so many rolls of film, and awas always so willing to leave
his doors open for those last minute printing sessions. To
our parents, thanks for all the rides, money for the food machines at the lab on Davis, and unbelievable patience. Most
of all we'd like to thank our staff who always supported each other. Sorry, Matt, no surfing page maybe next year?
Thanks, Wayne, for such an enthusiastic approach. Leslie, you did so much with the most tedious layout and still
always managed to remain clam. Thanks, Eva, for all the food runs. Dee-Dee, we're glad that the only rock song you like
is "Never Say Goodbye." We've had fun we made it together!
(Stacey, you did a great job of "reffing" between Julie and I, helping us to give in to each other every once in a while.
Julie, if only we could combine our talents, there would be no need for a ref, no offence, Stace. Never forget our first
deadline the first night we ever experienced this nightmare of no sleep, thanks to the color pages, with Mr. Cotton's
killer tests the next day. Thanks, you guys, for supporting me through the biggest project I've ever taken on before.)
We are relieved to realize that we've survived all the disasters that would always come up at the worst possible times.
Creating this book has been a fulfilling experience and we hope it will help you, the student body, to remember this year
at CHS. We hope you won't ever have to "say goodbye" to the memories.



















Nicky Kuster Editor

Julie Irvin Co-Editor

Stacey Herron Co-Editor \




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TIGER BOOSTER PAGE




THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE FOR
SUPPORTING OUR YEARBOOK AND GIVING US THE
CHANCE TO MAKE IT THE BEST IT COULD BE.





Address CHS GRADUATE


Mr. & Mrs. Brian Plaisance
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Roscoe
Mr. & Mrs. E.S. Eckel, III
Mr. & Mrs. E.A. Blennerhassett
Jack Williams
Margaret Leigh
Mr. & Mrs. R.R. Laatz
Anita J. Oberholtzer
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Rankin
Mr. & Mrs. James Roddy
Robert & Denise (Bullinger) Will
Carol & Orrin P. Clement
Barbara & Louis Dedeaux
Caleb & Ruth Clement
Henry & Sunny (Morland) Mizrachi
G. Robin Morland
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry D. Boswell
Robert T. Geddes
Louise D. Russon
Collin & Alberta Corrigan
Tiernan Corrigan
Sue & Lew Stabler
Lesley Griffin
Mr. & Mrs. C.L. Planchon
Mr. & Mrs. G.F. Patton, Jr.
Gilbert K. Ferro
Nina & David Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Ken Willis
Mr. & Mrs. Al Cohen
Cheryl (Jackson) Klein
Ian & Alicia Evans
Bill & Gayle Rankin


Box 922, APO Miami, Fl 34002
Box 2298, APO Miami, Fl 34002
Box 1452, Balboa-Ancon, R.P.
PSC Box 47, APO Miami, Fl 34008
PSC BOX 3124, APO Miami, Fl 34002
PSC Box 1951, APO Miami, Fl 34002
Box 36035, Gatun, R.P.
Box 1452, Balboa-Ancon, RP,
Box 36004, Gatun, R.P.
Box 36109, Gatun, R.P.
Box 687, APO Miami, Fl 34007
2450 Semoran Drive, Pensacola, Fl 32503
8415 Lofton Dr., Pensacola, Fl 32514
2450 Semoran Dr., Pensacola, Fl 32503
Box 37301, AAC 1078, Washington, DC 20013
Apartado 5025, Cristobal, R.P.
805-C Sweet Briar St., Holiday, Fl 33590
Box 182, Gamboa, R.P.
Box 37301, AAC 1022, Washington, DC 20013
Box 563, Ft. Davis, R.P.
Box 563, Ft. Davis, R.P.
Box 36-116, Gatun, R.P.
Box 36-116, Gatun, R.P.
Box 37301, AAC 1004, Washington, DC 20013
Box 37301, AAC 1026, Washington, DC 20013
Box 37301, AAC 1062, Washington, DC 20013
Box 666, Ft. Davis, R.P.
Box 37301, AAC 1118, Washington, DC 20013
Box 36085, Gatun, R.P.
Box 706, Ft. Davis, R.P.
Box 52, Colon, R.P.
PSC 745 APO 34005


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My darling Steve,
We had the greatest times,
ones I'll never forget. You will
always be my Endless love, Con-
grats on Graduation! I love you,
Lili

Congratulations to Terry
Mardis
"The road may not be
easy, but the reward is giv-
en at the end of the race."
We're especially proud of
you for hanging in there.
Dad, Mom, Michelle, & Grandma
Joann
Congratulations and God Bless
You!
Aunt 'Nita


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Congradulations to our Senior
Class
Michelle Mazerolle


George,
Congratulations! We're proud of you!


Dad, Luz, & Stace


Congratulations, Ray!
From your Godparents in Alabama.


Dina,
I am so proud.


Love, Mom


For 25 years of love-
hate I say thanks, and, in
gratitude and glee, good-
bye!
W.J.G.


DANIEL-Good luck in life wherever
it may take you, I know you can make
it. Thanks for making life in Panama
bearable & my senior year so special
Take care of yourself
Love JULIE


Angelina Palumbo
Thanks
love you, dad


& U


Congratulations
To
Larry Bird
And All The '88 Graduates!
The Marty Hoffman
Family


Julie, It's hard to believe that you are actually going to be leaving
me. Ever since I can remember I looked up to you, to make my
decisions, to stick up for me, and you did. I'll missyou. I love you!
D.J.


To: Tito Motta & Joann Eckel

May the future bring to you all
that you could ever hope for on
this your senior year!

We love you,
Giuliana & Jennifer


Dear Bird,
Thanks for all the skills you
taught me on the basketball
and tennis courts, the golf
course, the Monopoly and
Rummicub boards.
From Chump

Congratulations to the last of
the Lowinger Brothers at CHS
and the class of '88 from the
Lowinger family.

Joann
Congratulation! We love you!
Grandma and Great
Grandma


Ray,

Congratulations!
The hard work pays off!

Love from G. & E.
in St. Pete, Fl


To Sexy Legs Ronald, Scott (Bird), Cuna Jr. (Huss), Pres. Pete
(the Clan, Lunch Bunch, CZ Brats) Remember that you are
special & you will succeed in everything you do! We'll miss
you! Stay in touch! Love, Future Clan Sisters Allison &
Christine


Joann
Congratulations. We'll be
thinking of you.
Grandma and Grandpa

Ana Lucia
Congratulations and good
luck in College. I'll miss
you. I love you.
Emilia


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Congratulations Ray!
Good Work!
Great Future!
From the folks
in Laguna Hills, CA


Best Wishes
Gatun Grads!
Andrew, Michelle, Joann,
Ray, Gerry, Mary, Robert,
Michelle, Angelina,
George, Lizzy, and John B.
From the Laatzes


To: 1988 Senior Class We laughed together, cried
together, and grew up together; however, it is time for us to
part and say good-bye, but as long as memories live on and
dreams come true, I'll be with you in spirit and in love.
Seniors rule,
Sandy Renno


Ray,
You've done so much, so well! We're proud of you and
know we will continue to be. How blessed we are to
have you!

Love, Mom, Dad and J


Joann,
We're very proud ofyou and love
you even more' Keep Christ in your
heart, your standards high, and reach
for the stars!
Mom, Dad. Tom, Alan, Jennifer

Steve-
I'll meet you on the
ranger objective.
Congratulations, Dad


Tiger Boosters
congratulate the Class of
'88.


Ray,

Congratulations and
Best Wishes!

Love, A.R. and U.W.
of Burbank


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Calle 15, Ave. Santa Isabel Telfonos: 41-6467, 41-6591, 41-6365
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P.C.C. Northern District Fire Officers


Sergeant Raul Barrera
Sergeant George F. Brathwiate
Sergeant Altamont L. Depass
Sergeant Vernal Farnum
Sergeant Ricardo E. Forde
Sergeant Rodolfo V. Francis
Sergeant Ricardo Hall


Captain John R. Lewis
Sergeant Ernesto A. Niles
Lieutenant Michael Riley
Sergeant Luis F. Shannon
Assistant Chief H. Wallace Teal
Lieutenant Nathan B. Thomas


ORTHODONTICS
Dr. Pablo Rojas Pardini

Graduate from Colubia University, New York

Telefonos
69-6312/69-6762
Calle Eusebio A Moroles
Next to Hilton Hotel
El Cangrejo




CONGRATULATIONS FROM
THE CARIBBEAN
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


PRE-KINDER -7th GRADE
(A BILINGUAL SCHOOL)
Tel. 45-0933


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DUTY FREE CRISTOBAL

HENRIQUEZ ZONA LIBRE

PROSERCO ZONA LIBRE

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PIEKARD

COMPLIMENTS
TO THE CLASS
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seas lie ahead for you all.
Congratulations from the
folks at the Gatun Yacht
Club.


CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS OF
1988


from

C.F. FENTON
Co.


Steamship
Agents at the
Panama Canal


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Compliments of
Intertrade Travel Agency,


P.O. Box 838
Colon, Rep. of Panama


45-1993
45-1980
47-4480
47-5411


CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE
GRADUATES OF 1988

Compliments of





BOYD STEAMSHIP
CORPORATION


STEAMSHIP AGENTS
AT THE PANAMA CANAL


S.A.


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CONGRATULATIONS
AND
BEST WISHES




From the Officers and Members
of the









CRISTOBAL CANAL ZONE
ELKS LODGE No. 1542

Hugs Are Better Than Drugs
MAZ MAZEROLLE
Exalted Ruler


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COMPLIMENTS
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SUPER TRUCK,




Coco Solito, R.P.
Tel. 41-6535


COMPLIMENTS OF


NORTON, LILLY


& CO.,


PANAMAA) INC.


STEAMSHIP AGENTS
MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING
P.O. Box 5017
Cristobal, Rep. of Panama


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CONGRATULATIONS
TO
THE GRADUATING


CLASS OF 1988


Kim & Adrianne
Holmes


Apdo. 477, Colon, R. de Pma.
Tels. 45-2002 45-2127
Ave. Amador Guerrero
Tels. PANAMA: 25-1171
25-1151
Planta Cativa: 42-0836
42-0770
David: 75-3627


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Compliments of

GROUND CONTAINER SERVICE, S.A.

Coco Solito, R.P.

41-6979


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ASSOCIATED STEAMSHIP AGENTS,
S.A.


AT THE PANAMA CANAL


P.O. Box 5027, Cristobal, R.P.


Telephones 45-0561, 45-0462


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C. FERNIE & CO., S.A.
Steamship Agents
at
The Panama Canal


ESTABLISHED 1920


CLINIC
DE ORTODONICIA
Dr. Geoffrey Osorio Sasso
Atencion de Niflos y Adultos
LOLNES-VIERNES


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


SABADOS
9:00a.m. a 12:00p.m.


TELEFONOS:


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PANAMA: 36-0340 36-0350
COLON: 47-9798

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


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SUPPORTS
CRISTOBAL HIGH
SCHOOL


A CLOSE-UP EXPERIENCE
May 8-14, 1988
Washington, D.C.


Leslie Johnson
Stacey Herron
Kindra Rankin
Sandra Renno
Micki Valdes
Coordinator: R.L. Mack


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MOTTA

INTERNATIONAL,


S.A.


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APDO. POSTAL 417
COLON
PANAMA
CABLE:
"MOTTA" COLON
TELEX 3488550 ITT
TELEX 9232 Y 9330 TRT
FAX; (507)41-4438
TELEFONO: 45-2077


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Margarita Chinese Mini-Market

Fresh Meat
Sea Food
Vegetables
Fruits


CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE SENIOR CLASS
OF 1988




FROM THE
GATUN SADDLE
CLUB


Telephones:
Clinic 47-9798 47-9863
Residence 41-5087

DR. BOLIVAR FRANCO
-DENTIST-
GENERAL PRACTICE
CHILDREN AND ADULTS
Rossevelt Ave. 10th Street
Apartment 1 No.10,092
Box 959
Colon Rep. of Panama


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CONGRATULATIONS
TO
THE GRADUATES
OF 1988

Fred E. Brown
The Chisholm Family
The Hanan Family


Wilford

McKay, S.A.
McKay, S.A.


STEAMSHIP AGENTS AT
THE PANAMA CANAL


P.O. BOX 5024
CRISTOBAL REP.
OF PANAMA


TELEXES
8811 INTEL
9206 TRT


TELEPHONES


CRISTOBAL
BALBOA
PANAMA


COCO


MEETINGS


45-0144 (4 LINES)
32-5810
63-96624


CLUB


MONDAY-FRIDAY


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