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Title:
Conquistador
Uniform Title:
Conquistador (Canal Zone Junior College)
Physical Description:
Serial
Language:
English
Creator:
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone Junior College
Canal Zone College
Publisher:
Conquistador Staff
Place of Publication:
Balboa Canal Zone
Balboa Canal Zone
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
1972
Frequency:
annual
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
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Statement of Responsibility:
Canal Zone Junior College.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with: 1936.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with: 1972.
Issuing Body:
Student yearbook of the Canal Zone Junior College from 1936 to 1963, and the Canal Zone College from 1964 to 1972.
General Note:
Description based on: 1936; title from cover.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1972.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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UISTADOR


1958


CANAL


ZONE


JUNIOR


COLLEGE


Balboa, Canal Zone




EDITOR, Carmen Smith


ASSOCIATE EDITOR, Gayle Hasemann


BUSINESS MANAGER, Beth Little


FACULTY


ADVISOR, Dr. Dorothy Moody



















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S/ ROGER C. HACKETT
Dean
Marion, Kentucky
A.B., Indiana University
A.M., Harvard University
Graduate work at Oxford
and Colorado University

Academic Experience:
Pineland Jr. College,
Salemburg, North Carolina
Bosse High School,
Evansville, Indiana
., Cristobal High School, C. Z.




MRS. ROCHELLE H. HEAD
Office Secretary
Orlando, Florida
Florida State High School
Canal Zone Jr. College


SUBERT TURBYFILL
Speech and Drama '
Norman, Oklahoma
B.F.A., B.A., M.A.,
University of Oklahoma
Professional Study,
Rice School of the Theatre
Graduate work at Columbia


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CHARLES R. BOWEN
History and Social Science

Logan, Ohio
B.S., Baldwin Wallace College
M.S., Ohio State University

Academic Experience:
Castle Heights Military
Academy, Lebanon, Tenn.
Aviation Technical Training,
U. S. Navy and U. S..Air Force.

DOROTHY MOODY
English

Johnson County, Kansas
B.A., University of Kansas
M.A., Yale University
Ph.D., Yale University


Academic Experience:
University of Kansas


JAMES A. LYONS
Commercial


Peru, New
B.S., New
M.A., New


York
York University


York University


Academic Experience:
University of Puerto Rico
Hunter College


EDWARD W
Mathematics


HATCHET


North Carolina
United States Naval Academy


A.B., Duke
M.A., Colu


University
mbia University


Academic Experience:
Durham High School
Durham, North Carolina
Balboa High School, C. Z.


SHEPARD


S. CLARK


Commercial


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DONNA M. STUEBE
Physical Education

Danville, Illinois
B.S., Indiana State


Teachers


College


Graduate work at
University of Illinois
Illinois State Teachers' College

Academic Experience:
Danville High School,
Danville, Illinois
Balboa High School, C. Z.


STEWART J. BROWN
Physical Education

Pittsburgh, Pa.
B.S., Pittsburgh University
M.Ed., Pittsburgh University

Academic Experience:
St. Justin High School,
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Taylor Alldice High
School, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Balboa High School, C. Z.


PATRICIA A. LEHMAN
Physical Education

Aurora, Illinois
B. S., Northwest Missouri
State College
M.S., Northwest Missouri
State College

Academic Experience:
Evans Jr. High School
Ottumwa, Iowa




VICTOR A. HERR
Music

A.A., Everett Jr. College
B.M.S., Denver University
M.A., Columbia University

Academic Experience:
Balboa High School, C. Z.


CALMAR A. BATALDEN
Engineering Drawing

Lamberton, Minnesota
M.B.S., Bradley University
M.S., Pennsylvania State
University
Graduate work at
University of Chicago
Stanford University
University of Oslo


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KENNETH W. VINTON
Physical Sciences


Fond du Lac,


Wisconsin


A.B., Ripon College
A.M., Columbia University
Graduate work at
University of Colorado

Academic Experience:
Clintonville High School


Clintonville,


Wisconsin


Beloit High School,


Beloit,


Wisconsin


Cristobal High School, C.


GEORGE O. LEE
Biological Sciences


ALLEN B. WARD
Spanish

Stockville, Nebraska


A.B., M.A.,
of Nebraska


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University


Graduate work at University
of Puerto Rico and
University of Minnesota

Academic Experience:
University of Nebraska
University of Minnesota
Balboa High School, C. Z.


Minneapolis, Minnesota
B.S., Iowa State College
A.M., Columbia University

Academic Experience:
Ida Grove High School
Ida Grove, Iowa
St. Mary's College for Men,
Winona, Minnesota
University of New Hampshire


JEAN


C. MORDEN


French


Portland, Oregon
A.B., Stanford University


A.M., University of
Graduate work at
University of


Washington


Heidelberg, Alliance
Francaise, Diplome
Supreme d'Etude
Francaises Mulienes


LESTER D. HUMMEL
Mathematics

Freedom, Pennsylvania


B.A., Duquesne


University


M.A., Duquesne University
Stanford University
College of Steubenville
Academic Experience:
Ohio Public Schools
Texas Public Schools
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Academic Experience:
Jokahoma City College
U. S. Army Troop
Information and Education
Program, Japan, and
Chicago, Illinois


NEIL V. BRANSETTER
Music

Pitrsburg, Kansas
B.S., Kansas State
Teachers' College
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ROGER C. HACKETT
Dean, Canal Zone Junior College










Message to the Members of the Class of 1958

"Bliss was it in that dawn to be alive
But to be young was very heaven."
--Wordsworth.

Historians have long conventionally divided the history of the western


world into periods called
1500), and Modern, (c.
the Ancient to the Mt


Ancient (to c. 500), Medieval (c. 500-
1350-1600) marking the transition from


medieval and from


the Medieval to the


Modern. The epoch making changes taking place in the world
when these periods began and ended are the reasons they


are thus dated.


But perhaps future generations, in the


light of the more important changes that are taking
place in our era, will not be disposed to regard


epoch


making


" changes centering


500 and 1500 as so important after all.
the vantage point of, say, two the


or so from


now,


future


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around
From


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tons may
what the


think of us as living in
will call the medieval


period of human history-or even
the period of antiquity! Or
perhaps they will think of


the period
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during this period, and what it is confidently
predicted he will accomplish within the next cen-
tury or so, there would seem to be good grounds for
this assumption. Accomplishments already on record
include the beginning of political democracy of one ki,


d
nd


or another in most parts of the world and the concomitant
elimination of divine right hereditary monarchy, vast economic
advances stemming from the discovery and harnessing of the
power of steam, electricity, and the atom, and the consequent sen-
sational rise in the standard of living and reduction in hours of work,
the invention of thousands of devices and gadgets to make life easier and
more enjoyable, the "annihilation of time" by fast methods of communi-
cation, transportation, and travel, the exploration and mapping of almost every
square mile of the earth's surface, the bringing of at least the beginnings of west-
ern civilization to almost all areas, the beginning of universal public education


almost everywh
tolerance, the el
medicine and hy
world. Some of
science" are i
tence, as nearly
radio, television,
else the century
have to go back
ocean cables, no
fact, was born be
tence and the
plied the Hudsol
only partly under


lere, the virtual elimination
imination of cruel and inh
'giene which have doubled


of slavery and forced labor, greater racial
human customs, and important advances in
the expectancy of life in large parts of the


fthe more concrete "wonders" of our new world the "marvels of
ndeed so new that some of you remember when they were not in exis-
all of your elders do. The automobile, the airplane, motion pictures,
and atomic power, were all either born in the twentieth century, or
was well under way before they were well-developed. And we do not
very far before we reach a time when there were no telephones, no
telegraphs, no railroads, no steamships. One of my grandfathers, in
before any of these "modern wonders" except the steamboat was in exis-
date of his birth was only 17 years after the first successful steamboat
n and only six years after the first steamship crossed the Atlantic (but
r steampower). And I remember talking to this grandfather!


The changes that have taken place in the last 250 years are amazing but they
"pale with insignificance" in comparison with the ones that you may yet see, at least
in their embryonic state. They include the artificial propagation of life, even human
life, the virtual elimination of disease and the slowing down of the effects of aging,
and the consequent prolongation of life, some kind of a world political and economic
organization, the elimination of mental and physical subnormalities in man, the elimi-
nation of war, poverty, crime and all atavistic social habits, the imparting of at least
the rudiments of elementary education by means of dormosis and or hypnosis, the
synthesization of food, the reduction of hours of labor to perhaps no more than two
per week, with a standard of living many times as high as the average of today, the
more thorough exploration of the depths of the ocean and the interior of the earth, and
the conquest of outer space with consequent travel to other solar system planets and
possibly even to other systems of planets and at a speed which might be practically
instantaneous.



Truly, a wonderful age awaits you and your immediate descendants an age which
can only appear as a Mosaic "promised land" to your parents and others of their years.
And it may well be that some of you will have at least some small part in helping to
bring about the great changes which will continue to mark this present time of transi-
tion from our era of the Middle Ages to the era of the Modern World to be.










the


Class


of '58


Over the years I have had many pleas-
ant contacts with all sorts of college stu-


dents.


James


As a result of this experience, I


would have said that in one respect at
least they did not change much. What
they always seemed to have in common
was a vast enthusiasm for whatever ap-
pealed to them.- Sometimes it was foot-
ball, sometimes a hot rod, sometimes the
opposite sex, and sometimes it was even
for education.


Lyons


seem


)o I imagine it, or
to lack the old-tim


is that enthusiasm disappearing? Today our CZJC students
e, rough-and-ready willingness to tear into life and get the


most out of it. They now appear mildly satisfied to be in college, mildly interested
in athletics, mildly happy to lounge around the service center, and undoubtedly they
will be mildly pleased to have life drop some nice job into their inert laps.


It is hard to believe that the ancient and fundamental trait of aggressiveness should
disappear at a time when science is opening up tremendously exciting frontiers. This
should be a period for great enthusiasm. It is a time for purposeful people who know
what they want and are single-minded in their determination to get it. Aggressive
men and women have always had a considerable edge over the casual, contemplative
type who are rather pleased with the world in general but not really interested in any-
thing but themselves.


The students who get the most
those who work hard and play hard.
it must be nurtured and encouraged;
in front of a TV set.


out of life, who are happiest in being alive, are
There is a streak of enthusiasm in everyone, but
otherwise, it will die around a clubhouse table or


The Class of 1958 has many talented students, but if they want a brilliant future,
'they must reach for it with eager, determined hands.


JAMES A. LYONS
Dean of Men













the Class of '58


By the fall of 1958, the Canal Zone Junior College
will have rounded out a quarter-century of life. Since I
was privileged to be a member of the first faculty of the
college, I can look back over its first twenty-five years
and recall many significant events of its history. In 1933
Mr. Ben M. Williams was Superintendent of Schools, and


indeed


it was largely


due to his zeal


that CZJC was


founded and that it survived.


Because the construction


Dr. Dorothy


Moody


of its present quarters was not completed until 1934, the
new institution spent its first year in what is now the
Balboa Elementary School.


Then, as now, we collegians shared our home with the high school. The first
Conquistador appeared in 1936, the name having been suggested by Dr. Harold F.
Wilson, then instructor in liistory in the college, now head of the department of his-


tory at the New


Jersey State


Teachers College at Glassboro.


In 1941 Mr. Roger C.


Hackett became our faithful Dean.


Through the years CZJC has provided a solid education for many young-and
for that matter adult-Canal Zonians and Panamanians. A number of young people,
among whom have been some of our most interesting students--came from the United


States with the express purpose of attending JC.


Many a Canal Zone office rejoices


in efficient secretaries who were prepared in our commercial department, which since


1942 has been under the excellent supervision of Mr.


J. A. Lyons.


As a teacher of


the humanities, however, I am especially proud of many of our graduates who have


done well in colleges in the United States.


I can name alumni who have transferred


to Smith, Mount Holyoke, Radcliffe, Harvard, Swarthmore, and all the highest-ranking
state universities, where all have done well, and some have won prizes, scholarships,
and Phi Beta Kappa h6nors.


When CZJC opened, the notorious depression of the 30's was at its worst.


Having


a college here on the Isthmus to which ambitious but financially straitened parents
could send their children was a great boon. Again, during this present period, this
time because of overcrowding, it is difficult to gain admission to a Stateside college.
Hence, once more, in its usual quiet but sound way, CZJC is serving a particular need.


Looking back over a fourth of a century, I see a record of workmanlike achieve-
ment, and looking forward, I predict a promising future for the Class of 1958, and
for the college in general. Perhaps one day soon we may even have a home all our own!









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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS


President, Beth Little;


Sponsor, Subert Turbyfill.


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MARGARET LOUISE ACKER


an idle cause."


Intramurals 1,2: CONQUISTADOR 1,2;


TC 2;


Scorer
2; Hall


1,2; Bwlg. 1,2; Swim 1; Nat.
loween Party 1; Swim Party


Sci. Club
1; Hall of


Fame Most Talented


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ROLANDO


ARANGO


Panama, R. of Panama
St. Joseph Preparatory,
Donvers, Massachusetts


"Happy the
He who ca


man. and


h1


rn call today


happy
his


he alone,
own."


MRS. A.


JOYCE BAIRD


Pontiac, Michigan
Equivalency Diploma,
"High erected thoughts


State o
seated


f Arkansas
in a heart


courtesy."





BEVERLY PATRECIA BOYETT
San Diego, California
Balboa High School


"I slept and dreamed


I woke


CONC


and found


ti


that lif
hat life


Sec. 1; S.A. Sec. 2;
)UISTADOR 1; TC


1; Capt.


2; Chorus 2;


'e was beauty;
was duty."
Nat. Sci. Club


Ed. 2;


Cheer.


Halloween


1,2; Bonfire 2; Swim Party Chmn. 2; Spring
Formal 1; Carnival Dance 1; Carnival Queen's
Court 1; Spring Formal Queen 1.


WAYNE G. BROWN
Ancon, Canal Zone


At


Balboa High School
"Prove all things: hola


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that which


Phi Theta Kappa Tres. 1,2; Lab.


Assist. 2.


"Mine's


4


is good.


Escanaba, Michigan
Balboa High School


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JOE CICERO
Elmira, New York
Balboa High School
"Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?"
FB 1",2*; BB 1*,2*; Bwlg. 1; T 1*












JOSEPH B. CLEMMONS
Colon, R. of Panama


Balboa High School
"I dare do all that may


become


a man."


JAY A. CUNNINGHAM
Colon, R. of Panama
Cristobal High School
'7"I can resist anything except temptation.


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DONALD G. DEWEY
Hazel Green, Wisconsin
Balboa High School
"He only is a well-made man who has a good
determination."


RODRIGO ANTONIO DE DIEGO
Panama, R. of Panama
Vancouver College
"Wit is the salt of the conversation."
Hall of Fame Runner-up Wittiest 2.


A. CAMILLE ELLIS
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


"Beauty draws more than


oxen,"


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JANYCE FORBES
San Jose, California
St. Stephens High School,
Stephenville, Newfoundland


But to be young
Swimming Party
more Dance 2.


very heaven!"
Football Banquet 1; Soph-


RICHARD K. GAU


Ancon, Canal


Zone


great,


Zow


ANA ROSA GUADIANO
Panama, R. of Panama
Balboa High School
"An outward and visible s


spiritual


not."
:WP 1.


inward


grace."


GEORGE A. GERCHOW
Almirante, R. of Panama
Cristobal High School


is what


Character's
S.A. Pres. 2.


u have taken,
you give."


MRS. MILDRED M. GRAY
Tuscumbia, Missouri
Tuscumbia High School
Louisiana State University


Florida St;
'None knew
Nor named


University


thee but
thee but


to love thee,
to praise."


LEE F. GREENE


West


Point. New York


"Bliss


was it to be


Balboa High School
"The deed I intend is
But what, as yet, I ki
FB 1; BB 1; Swim. 1;


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JACK B. HAMMOND
Pontiac, Illinois
Balboa High School
"My only books
Were woman's looks."


BB 1"I FB


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SALLY MARCELLA HARROLD
West Point, New York
Killeen High School, Killeen, Te


the gods,


divin'


And most divinely


VB*; BsktB*; Bwlg.*
DOR; TC; Nat. Sci.


Swim
Club;


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Sophomore Dance Comm.; Hall of Fame Big-
gest Flirt, Wittiest.


Dance;


GAYLE C. HASEMANN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


is a jest, and all things


I thought so once,


now I know


CONQUISTADOR 1, Assoc. Ed. 2; TC


Assoc.


Ed. 2; Spring Formal 1; Carnival Dance
Hall of Fame Runner-Up Most Industrious


Phi Theta Kappa








DAVID A. ]


Sec. 1


FB 2


Vice-Pres.


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-ILLIARD


Wadsworth, Ohio
Balboa High School


"It is


that a


FB 1",2*, BB 1*,2*, Letterman's Club.


JERRY IRWIN
DeQuincey, Louisiana
Louisiana


"I think,


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LOUISE


JOHNSON


Stamford, Texas
Cristobal High School


loveliness


never


knew


Until she smiled o
CONQUISTADOR


Fame Best Dancer 2.


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Runner-Up


BARRY H. KENEALY
Ancon, Canal Zone
Balboa High School


"What a frosty-spirited


rogue


is this!"


PETER SHEA LANG


Brooklyn, New York
Balboa High School
"His bark is worse than his bite.
FB 1"*,2; All Zone 1; WP 1; Bs




ELIZABETH ANN LITTLE


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Glenridge, New Jersey
Balboa High School


"Thoughts


too deep to be expressed,


to be suppressed."


Phi Theta


Delta Psi


Ome


Kappa
ga 2;


Bus. Man.


1, Council
Cheer. 1,2;
Halloween


Party Chmn. 2; Coffee Party Chmn. 1,2; Bon-
fire Chmn. 1,2; Sophomore Dance Chmn. 2;
Stag. 2; Prod. 2; Sophomore Dance Queen 2;


BsktB


1; Bwlg.


Hall of Fame


Most


dustrious 2.


RALPH G. McAMIS


Kingsport, Tennessee
Sullivan High School, Tennessee


better


part of valor is discretion."


FB 1.


"Her


^*4.


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too strong


Member


CONQUISTADOR


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LYNN MECASKEY
El Reno, Oklahoma
Colorado Springs High School,
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Colorado State University
"Tread softy for you tread on my dreams.
CONQUISTADOR 2.


VINICIO A. MENDENHALL
San Jose, Costa Rica
John Burroughs High School,
Burbank, California
"I am sure, care's an enemy to life.
FB 2*; T1*,2*.


ROBERT A. MORENO T.
San Jose, Costa Rica
Balboa High School
"I never, with important air
In conversation overbear."
CONQUISTADOR Photo. :


CHARLES MORRIS
Magnolia, North Carolina
Balboa High School
"Breathes there a man with soul so tough
Who says two sexes aren't enough?"
Delta Psi Omega 2; FB 1*; T 2.


JAMES W. MORRIS
Lowell, Massachusetts
Balboa High School
"Smile, smile, smile."
FB 1*,2*; BB 1*; WP 1*,2*;
man's Club.


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RICARDO PINZON
Panama, R. of Panama
Institute Panamericano


"Something


attempted,


something


LOA RAGER


Washington, D. C.
Balboa High School


"I count only


the hours


BsktB 1*,2*; VB 1*
4


that are


bright."


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ANITA L. SCHNENDER
Colon, R. of Panama
Balboa High School


"Self-reliance,


BsktB


knowledge,


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self-control."


MARTHA E


SHAW


Mexico City, Mexico
Balboa High School


"Men may
forever."


come


CONQUISTADOR
Twirp Week 2; Sc
Formal 2; C.arniva


and men may go, but I


Halloween


)phomore Da
dl Dance 2;


Party-


nce 2; Spring
Hall of Fame


Best Dancer 2.

CARMEN MERCEDES SMITH
Ancon, Canal Zone
"She is pretty to walk with, witt:
And pleasant, too, to think on."
Class Treas. 1; S.A. Treas. 2; Phi


y to talk with,

i Theta Kappa


eyes."


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SUSAN OSBORNE
Binghamton, New York
Ithaca High School
Ithaca. New York


done."


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MARGARET CAROLE STANCOOK
Territory of Hawaii
Mascoutah High School,
Mascoutah, Illinois


"Where did you


Out of


the sky as I


your
came


so blue?


through."


BsktB


Kappa 1, Pres.
Party 2; Sophc
Carnival Dan
Around 2.


VB 1*,2*; Bwlg. 2; Phi Theta
2; Class Sec.-Treas. 2; Halloween


more I
ce 2:


)ance 2; Spring Formal 2;
Hall of Fame Most All


ANGELA


VALENTINE


St. Petersburg, Florida


Balboa High School
"The glass of fashion,


and the


mould of form,
"


The observed


Cheer.


of all observers.


2; CONQUISTADOR
2; Swimming Party 2;


Halloween
of Fame


Runner-Up Best Looking


CHARLES E.


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WIBEL


Denver, Colorado
Kearney High School
San Diego, California
"Do I contradict myself?
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The time to be happy is now."
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SANTIAGO BARRAZA



WILLIAM T. COFFEY, JR.


JAMES EUGENE FITZPATRICK



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LILLIAN REBECCA ABELL
Winchester, Kentucky
Balboa High School


DONALD MAX ALEXANDER
Macon, Tennessee
Fayette County High School
Somerville, Tennessee





TOMAS D. ALEXANDER
Prague, Czechoslovakia
Balboa High School












GASPER ALVARADO
Panama, R. of Panama
Balboa High School


LOUIS BARBIER, JR.
Panama, R. of P.
Balboa High School





RACHEL E. BARR
Honolulu, Hawaii
Balboa High School


MARY


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Yazoo City, Mississippi
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RONALD LEE BAUMAN
Denver, Colorado
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DAVID SALOMON BEHAR
Manchester, England
Balboa High School


BEVERLY


ANN BEST


Colon, R. of P.
Paraiso High School






JOE BLACKBURN
Panama, R. of Panama
Balboa High School


NANCY


LEE BRYANT


Erwin, North Carolina
Erwin High School





BARBARA DARLENE CARTER
San Antonio, Texas
Washington-Lee School
Arlington, Virginia


JEANNE A. CHAMBERS
Colon, R. of P.
Crisrobal High School


ROBERTO A. CHAN
Panama City, Panama
Balboa High School


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Ontario, California
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Singapore, Malaya
Marymount School, Columbia


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White Plains, New York
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Havre, Montana
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Panama, R. of P.
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Daysboro, Kentucky
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Syracuse, New


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Pasco


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Daytona Beach, Florida
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San Antonio, Texas
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Ancon, Canal Zone
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Mobile, Alabama
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Panama, R. of P.
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Daytona Beach, Florida
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San Jose,


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Manchester, N. H.
Balboa High School


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Panama, R. of P.
Paraiso High School


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Almirante, R. of P.
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Panama, R. of P.
Balboa High School


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Alajuela, Costa Rica
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Alexandria, Virginia
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Turley, Oklahoma
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Las Sabanas, Panama


JUDITH M.


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Santurce, Puerto Rico
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Panama, R. of Panama
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W. E. AFFELTRANGER


JOHN A. HUNT


CHARLES N. ASHLEY


MAUREEN PATRICIA KESSLER


MRS. ELSIE BILLY


JAMES KRAEMAR


DIANA BLOHM


ROLANDO A. LINARES, JR.


VICTOR BROWN


RONALD MEAD


WILLIAM R. CARLIN, JR.


CAROLYN ANNE CORN


BRENDA CUNNINGHAM


JOHN R. DANIEL


JAMES L. DORAN


CARL R. MEISSNER


ELIZABETH DALE MONAGAN


KENNETH LEE MORRIS


JEANETTE DIANA ORR


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S. A. OFFICERS
President ..........................................George Gerchow
Vice-President .-.................. .........................-Brian Cox
Secretary .-..--.-..-....--....--......- ......Beverly Boyett


Treasurer


...-.......................................Carmen Smith


FACULTY SPONSOR
Mr. Charles R. Bowen


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Gerchow,


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Carmen Smith, and


Beverly Boyett, George
Brian Cox.


COUNCIL MEMBERS BESIDES S. A. OFFICERS
Sophomore Class President ......-----------.. Beth Little
Sophomore Class Vice-President ....................-----Lee Greene
Freshman Class President ............----.----. Lamoine Werlein


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STUDENT


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ASSOCIATION


The Student Association is the governing


body of the


Junior College.


A member of


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leges, which include receiving copies of the
school publications, the Tropical Collegyn
and the Conquistador; free admittance to all
interscholastic sports; admission to all func-
tions sponsored by the Junior College; and
half price admission to movies in the Pan-
ama Canal theatres.
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every month, which included coffee and cake
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performances


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Chorus


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of the Junior College classrooms and echoed throughout the
Responsible for the melody was the Chorus, conducted by Mr.


N. Branstetter.
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and in April, a formal dinner.

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President .......
Vice-President


Secretary
Treasurer


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Margaret Stancook
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convention


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Council Member ....----.... Elizabeth Little


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Roberto Chan
Barbara Elich
Anita Schneider
Nancy Bryant
Maria Girard
Rachel Barr
Patricia Peck


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Valentine, G. Miller, M. Girard.


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D. Metzger, L. Geyer, L. Johnson, P. Peck. NOT PICTURED: M. Libert, J. Irwin.


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Bev Boyett, Editor
Gayle Hasemann,
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Raymond Oakley,
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Mr. Lyons
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in the flora and fauna of the Canal Zone and


of Panama.


Besides attending the weekly talks


at the Gorgas Memorial Institute, members
made visits to the Interior of Panama, Madden
Lake, El Valle, and to Barro Colrado. These Ex-
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LA ARCHIVES RESERVE 469.5 .c3c6 THE CONQUISTADOR ref. DATE DUE "CANAL ZONE COLLEGE LIBRARY"

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CONQUISTADOR 1958 CANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE Balboa, Canal Zone EDITOR, Carme n Smith ASSOCIA TE EDITOR, Gay l e Has ema nn BUSINESS MANAGER. l3eth Little FACUL TY A DVIS O R Dr. D o r o th y Moody F INANCI AL ADVISOR, Mr. J ame s Lyon s

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Peggy Acker Rachel Barr Ann Batcheldor Barbara Carter Brian Cox Camille Ellis Lynda Geyer Maria Girard Sally Harrold STAFF Jerry Irwin Gayle Hasemann Louise Johnso n Mary Libert Dottie Metzger Gladys Miller Pat Peck Dee Selby Angela Valentine Charles Wibel Our sIncere appreCiatIOn goes to [he DIABLO CAMERA CLUB f o r providing {he piCtures used as division pages in our 1958 CONQUISTADOR. Page I

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DEDICATION Pog. 2 In commemoration of irs rwenry-fifrh year, we, the staff, dedicate this book to the C ANAL ZONE JUNIOR COLLEGE. With this dedicatio n go our since re thanks for the great contr i butions it has made to our lives

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FACULTY

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Poge .. MRS. ROCHELLE H HEAD Offi ce S e cr etary Orla n do, Flo r ida Florida State Hi g h S c h oo l Canal Zone Jr. College SUBERT TURBYFILL Speech and D r a m a Norma n O k l a h oma B.F A., B A., M A., U n iversity o f O k l a h o m a Pr ofess i ona l Study, Rice Schoo l o f rhe Thearr e Graduate wor k at Co l um bia a n d Mi chigan State College A cademic E xpe r ie nce: Carbonda l e Hi gh Carbo n dale, Ill inois Univer s ity of P anama Balboa H igh S c h oo l C. z. RO GE R C. HACKETT Dean M ario n K e ntu cky A.B., India n a Uni ve r s ity A.M., H arva r d Un i vers ity G r adua t e wo r k a t Ox ford and Co l o r ado Unive r s ity A cade m ic Experie nce: Pin ela n d Jr. College, Salemburg, Nort h Caro lin a B osse Hig h S choo l Evansville, India n a C riStobal Hi g h S c h oo l C. z

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JAMES A LYONS Commercial Peru New York B S., New Y ork University M .A., New Y ork University A cadem i c Experience: University of Puerto Rico H umer College CHARLES R BOWEN H isrory and Social Science L oga n Ohio B .S., Baldwin Wallace Coll eg e M.S., Ohi o Scare University A cadem i c Experience: Castle H eig hts Military A cademy, Lebanon, Tenn A viation T echnica l Training U S Navy and U. S .. Air F orce DOROTHY MOODY English J oh nson County K a nsas B A., Univ ersiry of Kansas M A., Yale University Ph.D., Y a l e Uni vers ity A cadem i c Experience : University of K a nsas EDWARD W HATCHETT Math ematics Norrh Carolina United Stat es Naval A cademy A B., Duk e University M A Columbia University Academic Experience : Durh am High School Durham North Caro l ina Balboa H igh S c h oo l C. Z SHEPARD S. CLARK Commercial Elmir e H e i g h ts, New York B.S., New York Unive rsity M A., New York University A cademic Experience: National City Bank of New York City Rockvill e Cemer and Shelter I s l and, New York

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STEWART J BROWN Physical Educari o n Pirrsburgh, Pa B.S., Pirrsb u rgh Univ ers ity M .Ed., Pitt s burgh University A cade mi c Experience: Sr. J ust in Hig h School Pittsbur gh Pa I ayl o r Alldice High Schoo l Pitt sburg h Pa. Balb oa High S c h oo l C. z. f DONN A M STUEBE Physical Educarion D a nville, Illinois B.S., Indiana State T eache r s' College Graduate work at University of Illinois Illin o i s Srare T eac hers' College Ac ademic Experience : Danvill e Hig h School Danville, Illinois Balboa High School C. z C ALMAR A BATALDEN Engineering Drawing L ambe rtOn Minn esota M .B.S., Bradley University M S., Pe nn sylva ni a Sr are Universit y Gradu a te work a t Univ e rsiry o f Chicago Sr:tnford University Universiry of Oslo A cademic Experien ce: Kn oxville, T e nn essee Fr a ncis W P arke r School Chicago T eac hers' ColJege Cristoba l Hi g h Schoo l C. z DirectOry of Vocational Educar i o n C. z. PATRICIA A. LEHMAN Phy sica l Educarion Aurora, Illinois B S., Nonhwesr Missouri Srare College M S., Nonhwest Mi ssouri Srar e College A cade mi c Experi e nce : Evans Jr. High School Ottumwa, Iowa VICTOR A HERR Music A A Ever e tt J r Coll ege B M S., D e nver Unive rsity M.A. Columbia Universiry A cademic Exp e ri ence: B alboa High S choo l C. z t \

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ALLEN B. WARD Spanish Stockville, Nebraska A .B., M.A. University of Nebraska KENNETH W. VINTON Phy s ical Sciences Fond du 1..1(, \V'isconsin A .B., Ripon College A M., Columbi a University Graduate work :u University of Colorado Acad e mi c Experience : Clinronville Hi g h School Climon v ille W/isconsin B e l oit H igh School, B e l oi r \X' isconsi n Crisrob a l Hi g h School, C. Z Graduare work at University of Puerto Rico and Univ e r sity of Minn esota A cademic Experience : Univ(:csiry o f N ebraska University of 1'vfinnesota Balb oa Hi gh School, C. Z. LESTER D HUMMEL Math emat i cs Freedom, Pennsylv a nia B.A .. Duquesne Universiry M.A., Duquesne Universiry Stanford Univ e r sity College of Steubenvill e Acad e mi c Exp erie n ce: Ohi o Publi c Schools Texas P ublic Schoo l s Balb oa Hi g h School C. Z. GEORGE O LEE Bio l og i GtI Sciences Minn eapolis, Minne sora B.S., I o w a Stat e College A M., Columbia University A cademic Exp erie n ce: I da Grove High Schoo l Ida Grove, Iowa Sr. Mary's College for Men, \,(/in on3, 1>.1innesora Universiry of New H ampshire JEAN C. MORDEN Fr enc h P o rtlan d, Oregon A B., Sta nford Universiry A M., Un iversiry of Washingmn Graduate work a t Univ e r siry of H eidelbe r g, Alli a n c e Francaise, Diplome Supreme d Etude Fr:tncaises Muli enes Academic Experi e nce: J okahoma City College U. S. Army Troop Info r mmion and Educarion Program, Japan, and Chicago, Illinois NEIL V BRANS ETTER Music Pittsburg Kansas B.s., Kansas Srare T eac h ers College M. A., Col umbia University A cademic Exp e rience: Superinre ndent of Music, Coffeyv ill e, K a n sas P anama Conservarory of Music, P a nama, R. de Panama Page 7

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Dr. Moody putting on the dog Page 8 When th e faculty throws a parry Faculty Close-Ups Our Turby with Turb y's Turby Chaperons incorporated Friends, Persecucocs DetraCtors

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ROGER C. H ACKETT Dean Cana l Zone Juni o r College Message to the Members of the Class of 1958 Bliss was it in rhat dawn to b e ali ve But to be young was very h eave n." -Wordsworth. H i s t oria n s have l o n g conve n tio n ally divided rhe hisrory of the western world into periods called An c i e nt (co c. 500), M ed i eva l (c. 5001 50 0 ), and Mod e rn (c. 1350-1600 ) marking the tr a nsition from the Ancient to the Medieval and from the Medi eva l to the M ode rn The epoch making c h anges taking place in the world when these periods b ega n and ended a r e the r easo n s they are thus dared. Bur p erhaps furure gene r ations, in the light of the m ore impon anr changes that a r e raking place in our era, will n ot be disposed ro r egar d the "ep oc h making" cha n ges cente rin g arou n d 500 ,nd 1 500 as so imp o rt a nt afte r all. F ro m the vantage poi nt o f say. twO thousand year s o r so from n ow, furuce gen era [ion s may think o f us as l i ving in what they will call t h e m edieva l period o f Human hisrory--or eve n t h e period o f a ntiquity! Or p erha p s t hey will th i nk o f the period o f say, aboU[ 1 700-2200 as consti rut-ing a period o f trans-i t ion int o their pe r -iod o f Modern H i story l I n the l ight of what man has a lready accomplished Page 9

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Page 10 during this period, and what it is confidently prediered h e will accomplis h within the next cen tury or so, the r e would seem to b e good g round s for this ass umpti on. Accomplishm e nts a lr eady on r eco rd includ e th e b egi nnin g o f political democracy of o n e kind o r a nOth e r in mOSt parts of the world a nd the concomitant elimin a ti on o f divine right heredit a r y m o n a rchy vast economic a dvan ces stemming from the discovery and h a rnessing of the power of s t eam elec tri c ity a nd the atom, a nd the consequent se n sa ti o nal r ise in the standa r d o f living and r eductio n in h ours o f work, th e inventi o n of thousands of devices a nd gadge r s to make life easie r a nd mor e en j oyab l e, rhe "annihilation of rim e" by fast methods of communi car i o n tra nsp o rt a ti o n and trave l rhe explorat i o n a nd m apping of almost every square mile o f the earth's surface, th e bringin g of at l eas t the beginnings of west e rn civilizat ion ro a lm os t all the b e g innin g o f univers a l public education a lmo st everyw h e r e the virtua l e limin a rion of s l ave r y and for ce d l abo r greater racial tolerance rhe e lim inatio n of c ru e l and inhuma n cusroms and important a dvances in m ed i c in e and hygiene which h ave doubled the expecta nc y of life in l a rge parts o f the w o rl d Some o f t he mor e conc rere "wonde r s" o f ou r new wo rld the "marvels of science" are indeed so n ew rhat so m e o f you r emem b e r when th ey we r e nOt in exis ten ce. as nearly all o f your e l ders do. The auromobi l e the a irplan e, mOti o n pictures, r ad i o t e l ev i sio n and aro mi c p owe r w e r e all e ith e r born in the twentieth ce ntury, or e l se the ce ntur y was well undei way b e f o re th ey w e re well.developed. And we do not have to go b ack v e r y f a r befo r e we r eac h a tim e when there were no tele p hones n o ocea n ca bles, no relegraphs n o r a ilro ads n o steamsh ips. One of my grandfathers, jn faer was b o rn bef o r e a ny of these "mode rn wond e r s" except the steam b oat was in exis tenC e and th e date of his birth was onl y 17 yea r s a ft e r the first success ful steamboat plied th e H udson and only six years after the first steamship c r ossed th e Atl a ntic ( bur only partly unde r s t ea m power ). And I rem embe r talking to this gra ndf ather! The cha n ges rha t h ave tak e n pl ace in rhe last 25 0 years are amazing but they "pa l e with in significa nce in compa rison \virh rhe o nes that 'YOIt may yet see, at least in their e mb r yo ni c s t ate. They include rhe a rrifi c i a l propagation of l i f e, eve n huma n lif e, the virrual e limin a ti o n of disease a n d [h e s l owi n g dow n of the effects of aging, <"!nd rhe co n sequent prolongation o f lif e, some kind of a wo rl d political a nd economic o r ganization rhe eliminatio n of m e nr a l and physica l subnormal i ries in man, the elimi nation of war, poverry, c rime a nd all at:tvist i c social h a bits the impauing of a t l east the rudim enrs of e l eme nr a r y education b y means of dormosis an d o r hypno s is the synthesization of food rhe r e ducrion o f h ou r s o f labor ro perhaps no more than twO per week wirh a s r anda rd of living many times as high as th e ave r age of tod ay, the more thorough exp l ora ti o n o f the depths o f th e ocea n a nd {he inre r ior of the eauh, and the co nqu est of oure r space w irh consequem rr ave l to orher sola r system planers and possibly eve n to orher sysr e m s o f plan e t s a nd a t a speed which mighr b e practically inst a ntaneous. Truly a wonderfu l age awa it s you a nd you r i mmed i ate descendams an ag e which can o nl y appea r as' a M os<"!i c "promised land" {Q your parems a nd orhe r s o f th e ir years. And it may well b e {hat some of you will have a r l east some s m all part in h e l pi n g to bring abom rhe grea r c h anges which \vill cominu e ro mark this prese m time of transition f rom Our e r a o f th e Middl e A ges to th e e r a of the Mod e rn World to be. W ell might y ou repe a t Wordsworth 's ecsta ti c words of m o re than 150 years ago rhat are quored a bove and wirh far bette r

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Mr. J a mes L yo n s To the Class of '58 Over rhe yea r s I h ave had many p leas a n t co m acrs with all sorrs of college sru dents A s a result o f this experi e n ce, I wou l d h ave said chat in o n e r espeCt at l easr they did n or c h a nge much. What rhey a lw ays seemed to have in common wa s a vast e nthu s iasm for whateve r ap-p ea l ed to them. Sometimes it was foot b all, somet imes a hot rod. so m e times rhe opposite se x, a n d s om etimes i t was ev en for e ducation. Do I im agine it o r i s that enthus i asm disappea rin g? Today our czJe students seem to l ack the old-time, rou gh-a o d-ready willi n gness to tea r int o life and ge t the most our of ir. Th::}' now appear mildly satisfied co b e in college, mildly inter ested in athletics, mildly happy ro lounge around rhe service cemer, and undou b ted l y rhey w ill be mildly pleased ro have lif e d rop some nice job int o rheir in eer l a ps Ie is har d (0 beli eve rhat [he ancient and fundamental trait of agg r ess i veness s h ou l d disappear a[ a t ime when science is ope n ing up cremendously e x c irin g frontiers. This be a period for g r ear e nth usiasm, It is a time for purposeful p eo pl e who know whar t h ey waor a n d a r e s in g l e-mi nd ed in rhe i r determinacio n to ge r ir. Agg r essive me n a nd-women have always had a considerab l e edge ove r rhe casua l co nt e mplative rype who tIfe r ather pleased with rhe wo rld in ge n e r a l bu t nOt r eally inte rest ed in a n y th i n g but t h emsel ves The students who ge r rhe most alit of life who a r e happiesr in b ei n g alive, are those who work hard a n d play hard. T here i s J. streak o f enr hu siasm in eve r yone, but ir must b e nuerured a n d e n couraged; othe r wise, it will die arou nd a clubhous e t a ble or in front of a TV set. The Class of 1958 has many t a l e nt ed stude nts, bur if chey want a brilliant future, 'they must r eac h for it with eage r determi n ed hands. JAMES A. LYONS Dean of M e n Page Jl

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Page 12 Dr. D o r othy Mood y To tbe Class of '58 B y th e fall o f 1 958, the C a n a l Zone Junior College w ill h ave roun ded out a qu a rter-c e ntury of life. Since I was pr i vileged t o b e a m e mb e r o f the first faculty of the c ollege I can l ook back ove r its first twenty-five years and r ecall m a n y sig nificant eve nt s of its hi s tory. In 1933 Mr. B e n M Willi a m s was S u perint ende nt of Schools and in deed i t was l a r gely d u e to hi s z e a l th a t CZJC was f ounde d a n d t h a t i t surv i ved B eca u se the construccion o f its pr esent quarte r s was nor comple t e d until 1934 the new insti t u tio n spe nt i ts fir s t year in what is now the B alboa E lem e nt a r y S c h o ol. Th e n as now, we collegi a n s s h a r ed ou r h o m e w ith the hi g h sc hool. The first C O llq "iJtador appe ared in 1 9 3 6 t h e n a m e having be e n s u gges t e d by Dr. Harold F Wils o n rhen insu ucto r i n lii sro c y i n the college, n o w h ead o f the d e p artme nt of his to r y at the New J ers e y S t ate T eac h e r s Co U ege a t G lassb o ro In 194 1 Mr. Roger C. H a ckett b ecam e o u r faithf ul Dean T hrou g h th e yea r s CZ J C has prov i ded a solid e duc a tion f o r m any young-and f or that m arrer adult -Can a l Zonians and P a n ama n ians. A numb e r o f y o ung people, amo n g w h o m ha ve bee n some o f ou r m ost i nt e r est in g studenrs-
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFF I CE RS President, Berh Litrle ; Sponsor, Subert Turb'ifi ll. Sc:creaIyTreasurer, Margaret Scancook; VicePresidenr, L ee Greene; Pog8 14

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MARGARET LOUI S E ACK E R Escan a ba, Mic higan B a l boa Hig h Schoo l "IH il1e 'J 1101 all idle call1e./l Intra mural s 1 ,2; C O N Q U I S T A D O R 1 ,2; T C 2; S co r e r 1,2; B w lg. 1 ,2; Swim I; Nat. Sci. Club 2; H alloween P arty 1; Swi m P arty I ; Hall of F ame Most T alented 2. ROLANDO ARANGO P a n a m a, R o f P ana m a St. J osep h Pr eparato ry, D a n ve rs, ?vfassachuserrs H appy the man, dud bappy be alone, H e who ctln call today hiJ OWl1," MRS A JOYCE BAIRD P o miac, Michigan E q u iva l e ncy Dipl oma State o f A r kansas H igh cree/ed thoughts sealed jn. a hearl of courtesy." BEVERLY PATRECIA BOYETT S a n Diego, Ca lif o rni a B a lb oa Hig h Sch oo l Iff slep t a n d d r eam ed bat life 1i 'tIJ b eauty; I woke d n d found fhal life ll'OJ dilly." Class Sec. I ; S A Sec. 2; N at. Sci Cl u b 2; CONQUISTADOR I ; T C Ed. 2; C h ee r C o capt. I ; C a pt. 2; Cho rus 2; H alloween P a rt y 1 ,2; Bonfir e 2; Swi m P a rt y C h m n 2; Sprin g F orma l I ; Carnival D a n ce 1: Carnival C ou rt I ; S p rin g F o rm a l Q uee n I. WAYNE G. BROWN An co n C a n a l Zone B a lb oa High Sch oo l "P.rove aI/t hi ngs; hold fasl that which is good.1I Phi Thera K appa Tres. 1 ,2; L a b AssiSt. 2. OSMOND J. CALL B o i se, Ida h o B erke l ey Hig h S c h oo l B e rk e l ey, Calif o rnia r'B e swif t 10 hear flatu 10 Jpeak, sloU' 10 wrath,' Phi The t a K a p pa 2; Soph omo r e D ance 2. Page IS

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Page 16 J OE CICERO Elmira New York Balboa High School "Afraid? Of tuhom am 1 afraid?" FB 1',2' ; BB 1',2' ; B w lg. 1; T I'. JOSEP H B C LEMMON S Co l on, R of Pan ama Bal boa Hi g h S chool 1'1 dare do all tbat may become a man,lI JAY A CUNNINGHAM Co l o n R o f P a n a ma CristOb a l High Sch oo l 1 call relilt a 1tythi1zg except temptation'" DONAL D G D EWEY H aze l G r ee n Wisco n sin B alboa High Sch oo l I'H e o11ly iJ a well-madema11 who haJ a good de lerminafi01l." R O DRI G O ANTON IO DE DIE G O P a nama, R o f P a nama Van couve r College "Wit il the Jab of the cQt1.verJafion.1I H all o f F a me Runn e r up WittieSt 2. A. CAMILLE ELLIS A n con, Canal Zon e Bal boa Hig h Schoo l Beauty draWl more than oxen,lI VB 1 ',2' C a pr. 1 ; Bsk, B 1',2' ; Ref. 1 ,2; H alloween Dance Dec. C h m n 2 ; Sophomo r e Dance Dec. Chm n 2; C O N Q U I S T AD OR 1,2; Swim, Team 1 ; Sophomore D a n ce Quee n's C ouce 2; C arnival Q ueen's Court 2 ; H all o f F ame MoSt Popu l a r 2.

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]ANYCE FORBES San Jose, California St. Steph ens Hi gh School, Stephen v ille NewfOllndland r'BliJ1 'was it to be alive, B ut to be yOlmg was very heaven!" Swimmin g Party 1 ,2; F oot ball Banquet 1 ; Sophomore D a n ce 2. RICHARD K. GAU Ancon Canal Zqne Balboa High S c ho o l 'The deed I itlte1ui i1 g reat, But what, aJ ye l 1 knolU not.1l FB 1 ; BB 1 ; Swim 1 ; T 1: WP 1. ANA ROSA GUADIANO Panama R o f Pan ama Balboa High S choo l "All Ott/ward and visible sign of inwa rd and spiritu.al grace/' GEORGE A GERCHOW Almir ame, R of P a n ama CriStobal Hi gh School "Fame i1 tUbal you. have taken, Character's what Y01l g i ve S A Pres 2. MRS MILDRED M GRAY Tuscumbia Missouri Tu scumbia Hig h School L ouis i ana Stare Universiry Florida Scate Universiry 'No n e knew thee /nIt t o love tbee, Nor l1amed th ee b1lf to praise." LEE F GREENE West Point New Y ork The Gunnery Washington Conn ,rA king canno t swagger, 1 ].o r drink like a be ggar, Nor be half JO ht>ppy "J I." Class Vice Pres 2; Phi Th eta K ap pa 1 ,2, Vice Pres. 2.

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JACK B H AMMOND P ontiac, Illinois B a lb oa Hig h S c h oo l M y o,Iiy book s t V ere W011 1tm' S looks," BB \"; FB 2 S ALLY MARCELLA H A RROLD W est P oinr, N ew Y ork Kill ee n Hig h S c h oo l Kill ee n T exas A da"gbte r of tbe god s divi m ely tall, And most divi1lely t air.n VB"; BsktB'; B w l g ; Swim ; CONQUI STADOR; TC; Nat. S c i Cl u b ; C a rnival D a n ce; Sop h o m ore D ance Co mm.; H all o f F a m e Bigges t F l irt Wieti esr. GAYLE C. H A SEMANN Ancon C a n a l Zon e B a lb oa H i g h Sch oo l Lile i s a jes t alld all th i ngs shoUl i t ; I tho1l. gbt JO ollce, btl t 110W I know it." CONQUI S TADOR I A ssoc. Ed. 2 ; TC A ssoc. Ed. 2; S prin g F o rm a l I ; C a rnival D a n ce 2; H all o f F ame Runner-Up M ost In duStri ous 2; Phi The ta K appa Sec. 1 Vice-Pre s 2. DAVID A HILLIARD W a d sworth, Ohio B a l boa H ig h Sch oo l I t i s no/ good thaI (; 111ml should be a/one." FB 1 ",2" BB I ,2" L e tt e r m a n's Club J ER R Y I RWIN D e Quincey, Louisian a L ouis i a n a 1 thi nk, t here f ore I am. CO'lquistadrw 2; F B 2 J O H N P JEN K I NS P hilade lp h i a P e nnsyl van i a B a lb oa H ig h Schoo l liT he yOll1zg man that blushes iI 110t qu i te a brute. FB I M a n 2; T 1',2'

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LOUI SE JOHNSON Stamfo rd T exas C ri stoba l Hig h S chool Her lovelil1eSJ I l1ever kllew U1I/i/ sbe Hui/ed 0 1/' me," CONQUI STADOR 2; Runner-Up H all o f F ame Best D a n ce r 2. BARRY H KENEALY An co n Cana l Zone B alboa H igh Schoo l \ trbat a frolly-spirited r ogue iI tbiJr PETER S H EA LANG Br ookly n New Y ork Balboa Hig h Scho o l H iI bark is l vo r Je Ibm; bis bile." FB 1'.2' All Zone I ; WP I ; BsktB 1. ELIZABETH ANN LITTLE G l enridge New J ersey B a lb o a Hig h Sc hool '7ho1fgbtJ t oo deep t o b e exprelJed, An d /00 slrol1g /0 be s uppreJJed Cla ss Pres. 2; Phi Theta Kapp a I Council Memb e r 2; D e l t a P s i Omega 2; Cheer. 1,2; CONQU I STADOR Bus Man. 2 ; H allowee n P a rry Chmn. 2; Coffee Party Chmn. 1 2 ; B onfir e Chmn. 1 ,2; Sophomore Dance Chmn. 2; Stag. 2; Prod. 2; Sophomor e D a n ce Queen 2; B skt B 1 ; Bwl g. 2; H all o f F a m e M ost Industrious 2. RALPH G M c AMIS Kin gsport, T ennessee Sulliv a n H i g h S c hool. T ennessee 'T he b etter par I 0 / va l o r is d ilcr e l i oll." FB 1. LINDA L EE MALONE N a V35ma, Texa s B a lb oa Hig h S c hool "Ol1e crowded hou, 0 / g l orio u s life II wo-rl h al1 age witholl l a nome." B sktB 1',2' ; VB \',2' ; Bwlg Capt. 2 Page 19

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Page 20 LYNN MECASKEY EI Reno, Okl ahoma Col o r a d o Springs Hi g h S c h oo l Colo r a d o Springs Colorado Colo r a d o Scate Universiry Tre ad sof t y for yo" tr ead on my dreams C ONQUISTADOR Z VIN ICIO A MENDENHALL San J ose, Costa Rica J o hn Burr o u g h s Hig h S ch oo l Burb ank, California ] am sure, care's an e nem y to life." FB 2 ; T 1',2' ROBERT A MORENO T. S a n J ose, Costa Rica B alboa Hi gh Schoo l H ] never, with impor tan.t ai r, 1 1 1 cotwerJatio"fl over bear." CONQUISTADOR PhOto. l. C HARLES MORRIS Magn olia, North Carolin a B a lboa Hig!. Schoo l "BreatheJ th ere a mm l with JoulJO t oug h liVho Jays two Jexes a ren't ello ugh?" Delt a Psi Omeg a 2; FB I'; T 2. JAME S W MORR I S Lowell, M assachusetts Balboa Hi g h School "S11lile, smile, smile." FB I' 2 BB I" WP 1',2' ; T 2'; L etter-man's bub. ROBERT G ORVIS Ancon Cana l Zone C ristObal H i g h Schoo l H e b/u _she'J: all i s sa/e." FB 1',2' ; BB 1',2'

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SUSAN OSBORNE Bin ghamtOn, N e w York Ith aca H igh School Ith aca, New Y ork T here's lan g ua g e in her eyes." RICARDO PINZON P a nama, R o f P anama Instiruw Panameric ano Some 1h,:1l alle-mp/ed, J01lle lhiuJ! done.1I LOA RAGER WashingtOn D C. B a lb oa H igh S c h oo l / count 0111y the h01lrI thaI are bright. '*, 2 ; VB I, 2 ANITA L. SCHNENDER Co l o n R o f Panama B a lb oa High Schoo l "Self-retimlce, lei/-knowledge, Jell-contr ol." B skrB I' ,2; Bwlg I'. MARTHA E SHAW Me xico City Mexi co B a lb oa High School Men may come and 1lU!11-may go, bllt I go on forever. CONQUISTADOR 2 ; Hall owee n P a rry 2 ; Twirp W eek 2 ; Sophomore Dance 2 ; Spnng Form a l 2 ; Carnival D a n ce 2; H all o f F ame Best D ance r 2 CA RM EN MERCEDES SM ITH An con, C anal Zone She if p r etty 1 0 walk tvilh w ilty 1 0 talk with, And pleasant, 100, 1 0 think Oil," Class Treas I : S A Tre.s. 2; Phi Ther K appa C ou n cil M em b e r I Sec. 2; Fr os h-Soph B anquet 1 ; S pring F orma l I ; Carniva l D a nce Chmn. 2; CONQUISTADOR I Ed. 2; N ew Y ea r's D a n ce Queen's Court I ; Sophomo r e Dan ce Qw;e n's Court 2; Spring Form a l Que e n's Court 2; Carniva l Qu ee n's Court I ; Carnival Queen 2; H all of F ame MoSt Likely T o Succeed BeSt L ook in/( 2 Peg 21

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Page 22 MARGARET CARO L E STANCOO K T erritOry of Hawaii Mascoutah H ig h School Mas couta h Illinois lW'bere did yo/( ge t YOllr eyes 1 0 blue? Ollt 0/ the sky as I came throu.gh. BsktB I' ,2'; VB I' ,2' ; Bwlg 2; Phi Th eta K appa 1 Pres. 2; C lass Sec.Treas. 2; Halloween P atty 2; Sophomore Dance 2; Spring F o r ma l 2; Carnival D a nce 2; H all o f Fame Most All Around 2. ANGELA VALENTINE St. Petersbu r g, Florida Balboa Hi g h School 'Tb e glllSs 0/ farhioll" and the mould of form, Th e ob,erved o f all ob"rver,." Cheer. 2; CONQUISTADOR 2; H allowee n P atty 2; Swimming P atty 2; Hall o f F ame RunnerUp Best Looking 2. CHARLES E. WIBEL D e nver, Colorado Kearney H igh School San Di ego, Calif o rni a 1/ D o I c011lradict myself? Very well, theil, I C01ztradi ct myselj. CONQU ISTADOR Att 2; TC 2; H allowee n P a rry 2; FB 2'; T I'; Nat. Sci. Club 1 ; D e lta P s i Om ega 2; H all o f F ame RunnerUp MoSt Talented 2. MARY TERESE LIBERT WashingtOn, D.C Georgetown Vi sitation C o n vent, Washin gtOn, D C 'The place to be happy i, here The lime 1 0 be happy i1 110Ul .n VB 1'; BsktB I'; Phi Th eta K appa 1,2; "You Never Can T ell 2; N at. Sci. Club 1 2 NOT P ICTURED SANTIAGO BARRAZA EDWIN McILVAINE WILLIAM T. COFFEY. JR. HORATIO MENDOZA JAMES EUGENE FITZPATRICK BRUCE A QUINN GRACE R FONG L. JULIO WRIGHT WILLIAM JOSEPH HATCHETT, JR. DA VlD YERKES

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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Pre side nt L a M oine Werl e in ; ( Left to R ight): Secreta ry, Brend a Cun nin gham; Treasure r Bill D olan; Sponsor Mr E W H atc h et(; VicePr eside nt J ean Chamb e r s. Pog. 24

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LILLIAN REBECCA ABELL W inchesrer Kentucky Balb oa Hi gh School DONALD MAX ALEXANDER Macon Tennessee Faye"e County High School Somerville, Tenne ssee TOMAS D ALEXANDER Prague, Czechoslovakia B a lbo a Hi gh Schoo l LOUIS BARBIER JR P a n ama, R o f P B a lboa Hi g h Sch oo l GASPER ALVARADO Panama, R. of Panama B a lboa High School JUNE C AROL BARLOW P anama, R o f P B alboa Hi g h Schoo l Pog e 25

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Page 26 RA C HEL E BARR H o n o lulu Haw a ii B a lb oa H ig h School MARY ANN BATCHELDOR Y azoo City Mis siss ippi Washburn H igh, M i nn RONALD LEE BAUMAN D e n ve r Co l o rado B a lb oa Hi g h Schoo l DAVID SALOMON BEHAR M a n c h este r Eng l and B a lboa High School BEVERL Y AN BEST Colon R o f P P araiso High Sch oo l ROSALYN LOU I SE BIRCH R oanoke, A l a bam a Lucy C. L aney Augusta, Georgia

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JOE BLACKBURN P a n a ma, R o f P a n a ma B alb o a Hig h Sch o o l NA NC Y LEE BRYANT Erwin N orrh C a r olina Erwin High School BARB ARA DARLENE CARTER S a n Am onio, T e x a s Washin gto n L ee S c h oo l Arlingron Vir g ini a JE ANN E A C H A MBER S C o l o n R o f P. ROBERTO A C H A I P an a ma Cit) P a n ama Balb o a H igh S c h oo l C risro b a l High S c h oo l BRI A N M C OX C o l o n R o f P. C r i sro b a l R o f P. Poge 27

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/ Poge 28 GERALD L. DARE Onrario, Calif ornia C ri sto ba l Hi g h Sc h oo l ANNIE DE BOER S ingapor e, M a l aya M a r ymount Sc hool Columb i a W ILLIAM EDWARD DOLAN Whire Pla ins, New Y ork Balb oa Hig h Sch oo l BARBARA ANN ELICH H a v e e, Balb oa H igh Schoo l SHEILA ALI C E FOGARTY P a nama, R o f P L adywood Acad e my, Ind LYNDA LOU GEYER Reading, Penn. C r i sto ba l H ig h Sch oo l

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b MILDRED GIBBS Daysb o r o K e nru cky Balb oa Hi g h School S HEIL A G ILBERT Ancon, Cana l Zone B alboa H igh Sch oo l MARIA LOUISE G IRARD Sy r acuse ew Y ork B a lb oa High Schoo l MARGARET LESLIE GREENE P asco, \Xlashin gron U o f Cal. Correspo nden c e Course CAROLYN HAIL H o n o lulu, Hawaii B a lboa H igh Sch oo l GEORGE HENRY HAMILTO N, JR Gary, Indian a Balb oa H igh School Page 29

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Page 30 JOANNE H ARTE DaytOna Beach Florid a CristObal H i g h School JOANN H OLLOWAY San A nto ni o, Texas Provide n ce H igh School, T e xas SAND R A ELAI NE HUGHES A ncon Canal Zon e C r i stoba l H i g h Sch uol TH OMAS M jORDA M o bil e, A l abam" Cristobal H igh Schoo l ELMA VIC TOR I A KENT Nanticoke, Pa. Balboa H i g h Sch oo l DOLORE S BERTA h:OSAN Ancon Can.t! Zont: B a lb oa H .gh Sd)(Xl I /

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ERI C V IGGO LAR S E N P a nama, R o f P B 3 1 boa H i g h Sch oo l J UDITH ANN M cCU LLOUGH Zan esville, O hio B a lb oa Hi g h Sch oo l ROBERT T M cMATH New Y ork, New Y o r k B a lb oa H i g h Sch oo l DOROTHEE ANNE M ETZGER Dayron a Beach Florid:t Balb oa H igh Sch ool GLADYS MILLER S a n Jose, Cosra Rica B 31boa H i g h Sch oo l G EOR G E J MORE O JR. S a n J ose. Cosra Rica B a lboa H ig h Sch oo l Po g e 3 1

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Poge 32 HELEN J NITA M a n c hester, N H B a lb oa Hi g h Sc hool PAT PECK RAYMOND OAKLEY P a n ama, R o f P P a r aiso H igh School Almir anre, R of P Cristobal Hig h Sc h oo l AR CADiO FRANC I SCO RODANI CHE Pan ama, R o f P Balb oa Hig h Sch ool ALONSO SAENZ Alajuela, Costa Rica Warren Easmn Hig h Scho o l La. H ERB SC HNEIDER Co l o n R o f P a n a ma B a lboa Hi g h S c hoo l

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DEE SELBY A l exandria, V i r gin i a Balb oa H i g h Schoo l C HARLE S ARTHUR S HERRY T urley. Okla homa Cr i stoba l H igh Schoo l AILEEN F SMITH An co n Canal Zone B a lb oa High Schoo l GLORIA N TAIT P a n :In1a, R of Panama insrituro P a n A mericana L as Sabanas P anama JUDITH M VIVAS S anru rce. Puerro R ico C l ove r P ark, W ash ingcon LAMOINE E. WERLEIN M ondov i Wisconsin Criscob a l Hig h Schoo l Poge 33

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Page 34 JOSEPH CLARK WOOD Pan ama, R of Panama Balbo a High School NOT PICTURED W. E. AFFEL TRANGER CHARLES N ASHLEY MRS. ELSIE BillY DIANA BLOHM V ICTOR BROWN WILLIAM R CAR LIN JR. CARO LYN A NE CORN BRENDA CU\JNINGHAM JOHN R. DANIEL JAMES L. DORA DORMAN FULTON DEA NA ELAI NE GREENE CARLETON FRA C I S HALLETT, JR. JOHN A. HUNT MAUREEN PATRICIA KESSLER JAMES KRAEMAR ROLANDO A LINARES JR. RO ALD MEAD CARL R MEISSNER ELIZABETH DALE MONAGAN KE NETH LEE MORRIS JEANETTE DIANA ORR OLGA MER CE DES RODRIGUEZ LEWIS CLARK STEVENSON JEANETTE STOVE R BILLY WINFORD

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HALL OF FAME

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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED CARMEN SMITH AND WAYNE BROWN

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MOST POPULAR CAMILLE ELLIS AND GEORGE GERC HOW

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MOST INDUSTRIOUS BETH LITILE AND WAYNE BROWN

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MOST ATHLETIC Ll DA MALO E A D JACK HAMMO D

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BEST LOOKING CA RME N SMITH AND BILL COFFEY

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BEST DANCERS T ITA SHAW AND JIM MORRIS

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FRIENDLIEST BEVERLY BOYETI AND JERRY IRWIN

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MOST TALENTED PEGGY ACKER AND CHUCK WIBEL

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MOST INTELLECTUAL MARGARET STANCOOK AND BARRY KENEALY

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I i -BEST LOOKING: Angela Valentine and Richard Gau MOST TALENTED: Sue O s borne and Osmond Call I I RUNNERS_UP Page 47

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Page 48 MOST INDUSTRIOUS: Gayle H aseman n and L ee Greene WITTIEST : Rodrigo de Die go MOST ATHLETIC: Bob Orvis FRIENDLIEST: M ary Libe rt and Dave Hillard

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STUDENT ASSOC IATIO N S A OFFICER S Pr es ident ....... ___ ... ... ___ .... G eo rge Gerchow VicePresidenr .. ____ ..... ____ ........ __ ....... __ ........ Bri a n Cox Secreta r y . ............. ...... ........... __ ... Beverly B oyett Tr easure r . .... _-_ .......... __ ...... ... __ ..... ... Ca r men Smith FA CU LTY SPONSOR M r Charles R Bowe n ( L err co R ighr ) : Me. Bowen B everly B oyen, George Gerchow Carmcn Smit h and Brian Cox. COUNCIL MEMBERS BES IDES S A OFFI CERS Sophomore Class President. ......................... 8crh Little Soph o m o re C l ass Vice-President . ....... Lee Greene Fres h man Class Preside nt .......................... L amo in e \X/erle in Freshma n Class Vice Preside nt . ......... )eao C h ambers P O S_ 50 \X/('('kly SAEC M eeti n g in Mr, Bowen 5 room

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Goodies! STUDEN T ASSOCIATION The 5tudem A ssoc i atio n is the governing body of the Junio r College. A member o f thi s organization i s emided to various privi l eges, w hi c h in clude r eceiving copies of rhe school publications, the Tropical and rhe Co nqui srador; fr ee adminance to all im erscholastic spo ns; admi ssio n to all func t i ons sponso r e d b y t h e J unior College; and h alf price admissio n to m ovies in rhe P a n ama Cana l theatres. The S. A. sponso r ed at l east o n e activity every month, which includ ed co ff ee and cake parties in the l ou n ge, a H allowee n dance, a sw immin g parry a nd a T w i rp dance. T entative plan s at the time o f publication promi se a Semesr e r "d:1.nc@ a Carniv a l da nce, a Spring F o rmal a p i cnic, a nd th e Freshm a n -Sop hom o r e b anquet. "G r u eso m e Tw osome" Coffee Break > Oo! B ev, Down that worm, Ji mmy! A Wolf among the crowd Page 51

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DELTA PSI OMEGA New M em b ers: Angela V a l entine 'Maria Gir ard, Bill H atc hett Beth Littl e. Charles M orris The h o norary dramatic frat e rnity, D e lta Psi Ome ga, achieved anorhe r seaso n of success under the direction o f irs moderato r Mr. Sub e Turbyfill. Th e performances includ ed H i! Fint D ate presented f o r t h e stude nt body and If/ onder/II' Slimm er, which rook place a t the Theatre,

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J "What he s trying ro say is that we r e engaged Wonderful Summer Was a Wonderful Play / I -....J 1 ''I'm wounded I'm ma i med for life!" P09 53

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" Did you e v e r y l oo k im o some b ody's eyes and ge t {hat cerrain f ee ling?" Th e r e a r e t i mes wh e n 3. m 2 n has no a l t erna t i ve co nsist e m w ith h ODor Page 55

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" I yust b e n makin g woman Out o f li ttle ki t." Page 56 "Pa i n clutches my hagga r d h ea rt

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The Junior Colleg e Chorus Every M onday a n d \ 'V'ednesday durin g the n oon h ou r the harmon y of ta l e nted voices a r ose from o n e of the Junior College classrooms and echoed throughout the halls 01 the b uilding. Responsible for the melody was the Chorus, co n ducted by M r N. Branstetter. Competent rendering of bOth religious and secular music a nd a n increased knowl edge of chora l work were hard-earned rewards for rhe effocts of the songste rs. Several times through the school yea r rhe Chorus presented progr ams f o r the p ubl ic, church groups, and for various o r ganizations on the lsrhmus. For variery in r h e so n g festivals, a n umber of folk and camp son&s were performed, as well as great works such as Handers THE MESSIA H Poge 57

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M em b e r s o f Phi n ler:t Kappa enjoying themselves at a b a rbe cue Pr eside nt V icc-Pr esident Secreta ry Trc:lsure r Council M ember. Sponso r rvf a r g:uer Srancook Gay l e Hasema nn Carmen Smith Wayne Brown Elizabeeh Lirtl e Subere T urbyf ill Phi Theta Kappa Phi "Theta K appa, (h e nadonal junior college hon o rary scho l ast ic society. i s composed of full -t im e students wi th g r ade-po int averages o f "2.00" o r above : Among th e act iviti es presented by our l ocal c h apee r Delea Omega, wer e a b a rb ecue in Novembe r the a nn ual open initi atio n in March and in April a formal dinner. The chapte r 's sponso r Mr. bere Turby filf was selected rhis yea r to be rhe Keynore Speaker a t the annual n at ional convent ion h e l d at Br eva rd North Carol ina.

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n,e k c ) 'nore speake r :tr rhe N:ltio n a l Co nvcnrio n M a r c h 4 Inmares R obe rro Chan B a rb a ra EI ich Anita Schneide r N:tncy Bry:lnt Maria Girard R achel Barr Patric i a Peck PogP 'iQ

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CONQUISTADOR Page 60 FIRST ROW: ( Left to Right ): P. Acket T. Shaw C. Wibel M. Stancock S. Harrold, A B atche ldot B. Cox. SECOND ROW: C. Ellis, L. Mecaskey R B a rr J. Chambers, B Cartet. THIRD ROW: D. Selb y A. V alentine, G Miller M Girard. FOURTH ROW: D. Metzger L. Geyer, L. J ohnso n P. Peck. NOT PICTURED: M. Libert, J Irwin. Carmen Smirh, Edicor Gayle Hasemann Co-Ed itor Dr Moody Luerary Advisor Mr Lyons Financial Advisor

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TROPICAL COLLEGIAN Dr. Moody Lircrary Advisor Mr L yons Financ ial Advisor Hev Boyen Editor Gayle H ase mann Co-Edito r Raymond Oakley, Business Man age r FIRST ROW: ( Left to Rig ht): D Alexander B Boyett G. H asemann. A Saenz. SECOND ROW: A. Smith, E. K e nt THIRD ROW: R Oakley, G T a it, B Carter, S. Barlow D. Moody Advisor B Cox. NOT. PICTURED : L. Geyer, P. Acker S Osborne, S. Armstrong B. Best, J. Doran, P. Peck Page 61

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Page 6'1 NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB Wirh rhe sta rrin g of anorher s c hool year, rhe Mod e r ator o f th e N atura l Sci e nce Club, Mr. G eo O L ee s u pe rvi sed t h e va rious srudies in th e flo r a a nd f a un a o f rhe C a n a l Z o n e a nd o f P a n ama. Besi des a rt e ndin g t h e weekly ta lk s at t h e G o r gas Memori a l I n st irute members m a d e vis its to rhe Ime rior of P a nama M a dden Lake EI V a lle and to Barr o CoI r ado. These Excu r si o ns were bOth educationa l a nd eventful for the stud e ms.

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MEN' S DORM Carleron and Jay Broke again B oys? JUst p layin g for matches. J erry Irwin-One o f hi s rare momems Page 63

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SOPHOMORE DANCE COURT J oAnn Harre, Carmen Smith, Milli e Gibbs, C a m ille Ellis C AR N IVAL COURT H e l e n Nit a Dee S e lb y Grace F a n g Camill e Elli s SPR ING FORMAL COURT Cilrmtn Smirh, Angela Vill cminc, Dott i e M e [zge r B ecky Abell P0ge 74

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Coney I sland or Amado r Beach? Stag nig ht ? Excuse me, I was sitting here first What a r e you doing to me ? Pege 76 D on't b e l ieve a wo r d h e says, G l adys. Y o u s h ow him h ow to d o it, D ot. I t s rurn n ow, L a moine! W a t c h ie, b oys s he's my w ife"

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Where's your g irlfri end) R o l ando? One twO, three L ook at Mr Lee! H ow's the air up there? "Fool's names and faces a r e always seen in public places" Mary I didn't know you were in there Sir would YOll mind moving? Th at's Sally enjoyi n g her favorite pastime Sorry, Gayle, we've decided not to go Page 17

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Before A chee r y coup l e Now for the can opener "J. C:s Casanova" Pege 78 Dre aming of R egg i e! Oh B ernadine" Oh well, th e S A will pay f or them I l ove school days lik e this.

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Miss would you like to contribute co the S. A fund? Hold on to th em, boys, they're all you have. J wis h we'd get some gym suits like these Love that mountain dew ;::t Who's throwing this one? A friend of yours, Brian? COUAr those votes right, Me: Bowen is looking. Wittiest ? Page 79

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Mrs. Lee s cooking! P o pul a r onlook ers at the 3:00 "skin parade." F i r ebugs, Inc. H ere's tbe cou rse for you Bener watch him! A J Cer at work

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P oo r Lee? D arn, he gar away! What a place to have a hen pa rty Pog. 8 2 Fr ank Buc k a nd fri e nds H ow r eac h e r s l oo k whe n they a r e nor teaching Th e H alloween Parr},

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Hmmmm Our wee highland lass Watc h it, y o u 're spo ilin g the brorh B ev purting on a good from Peg. 83

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Volleyball Does anyone have a l adder? Over the n et, not under! Where', the ball' 3 to get ready Poge 90 There it is! All Stars en route

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VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS Captain Page 91

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Basketball J ea n putti n g o n e in One twO, tie my shoe CHS taking a jump Th e pause that refreshes Page 92 L oa, t hr owing 3 p ass J ean's the cap r a in of o ur team

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BASKETBALL ALL STARS Cap[ain Page 93

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Page 96 JUNIOR CULLl.:GE FOOTBALL TEAM FRONT ROW ( Left to R ight): K e nn y Morris R o l a nd o Lina res, D o n Alexander, Joe Cice r o, Vincinio M e n denhall, Eric Larsen J oe Wood. SECOND ROW: Coac h Brown D orman FultOn Jack H ammo n d, Art Sherry, J erry D a re, B o b Orvis, J ack J enki ns, M gr. NOT PICTURED : Billy H acche n Carl M e issner Jerry Irwin, Carl con H allen, L amoine Wec l ein, ALL-ZONER S J im M o rris and Jay Clemmons_ SCORES J C 0 CHS .......... _-6 JC 0 BHS ___ 1 4 JC 6 AC 6 J C 0 BHS ____________ 13 J C ___ 1 3 CHS 6 Capcain J oe Cicero Coach Brown

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D orma n FultOn Bob Orvis An She rr y Kenneth Morris J e rry D are J ac k H ammond Eric Larsen Raymond Oakley D o n A lexander Louis Barbier Rolando Linares 33 I Vincinio Me(1denhall Joe Wood 'og. 97

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Poge 98 "OK, you animals, let's gO! The ] C. clowns are a t it again. It was a Jor of fun, boys! Cicero, Ken and Jim Morris, and Barbier ga ng a Tiger

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Pog8 100 1957 58 JUNIOR CO LLEGE BASEBALL TEAM FRONT ROW ( Left to Right): B at boy Wilson Eric L arse n Bill D o l a n Raymond O akley, Spike Cody, Coach Brown SECOND ROW: Billy Coffey Billy Hatchett, Bob Orvis, D o n Alexand e r R onnie Mead J oe Cicero H erb Schneider. THE SCOREBOARD R aymond Oak ley, J oe Cice ro, a n d D o n Alexa nder were the big slugge r s for t h e Green Devil s JC ... ............ 0 JC ....... 2 JC ......... 5 Je. .....5 IC ............... 1 BHS BHS BHS CHS BHS .... ........ .2 .. 1 .......... 6 ............ .. 1 ............. 8

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Newcomers ro rhe ream, Harry Cody and Bill Coffey Herb Schneider making the stretc h a t firsr base Ronnie Mead, rhe mainsray of rhe College pi
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Don Alexande r Page 1 02 57 58 JUN IOR C OLL EGE BASK ET B ALL TEA M A s t he -went ro press, b aske tb all a nd crack seaSons had nor ye t s t arte d W e prese nt in these p ages rhe tentati ve teams. Spik e Cody

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Bill D o lan Eric L a rsen B o b M a Marh Brian C o x Vinicio Mend e nhall Raym o nd O a kl ey Page 103

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Junior College Track Charlie M o rris breaks his own reco rd C h ar l ie Mo rris. D iscus P"S1 0 4

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ADVERTISEMENTS Poge 105

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Pog. 106 WITH BEST WISHES S3m Beckley '57 Sue Mars h all Lee Cotto n ex '58 Gus M e lbnder Orlanda Cru z '57 Shirley Meyer J eanette Gau '5 7 Manuel M o r e no Pat George '57 F r ed R ay b ourne Jerry H a lsall ex '5 4 Eric Samaniego Gai l Howard '57 Martha Web, ster Larry Irwin ex '58 J o e Wood Niria Kosik '57 Casey Zimmerman Compliments of A u t h orize d Bottler THE PANAMA C O CA-C OLA BOTTLING C OMPANY Enioy yourself ex '57 '57 '57 '57 '57 '57 '57 '57 ex '57

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Compliments of elVA s. A. Panama Cadillac Pontiac C.M .C. Bedford Vauxhall Compliment s of Colon ANCON STEAK HOUSE Best Steaks in Town Fine Wine a nd Soft Music AIR-CONDITIONED Tivoli Av e nu e and T Street Compliments of HOUSEHOLD EXCHANCE Th e onl y sto r e of its kind in Panama New U se d and FURNITURE T el. 3 -4911 3-7348 Nation a l Ave. No. 41 (Automobil e Row) Compliments of IRVING ZAPP COMPANY, S.A. Distributo rs: Oxford Biscuits Tob l e r Choco lates E lmer Candies "National Radios 3 1 Automobile Row Tel. 2 2835 Compliments of CIA CYRNOS Willys and Austin Agency Apartado 976 T el ep h o n e 2-1790 Panama Poge J07

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C OMPLIM E NTS OF L. F. GLUD TEL 2 2978 C OMPLIME N T S OF Pedro Miguel Assembly of Rainbow for Girls Assembl y No.3 Anco n Can a l Zon e Call COLP AN ON AUTOMOBILE ROW Panama 2 -1033 Ford LINCOLN NEW MERCURY ENGLISH FORD FORD TRUCKS USED CARS Service 2-1035 Parts 2-1036 Fast Friendly Financing COLPAN MOTORS, Inc. Panama 2-1033 Colon 446 The Largest on Automobile Row Compliments of PINTURAS ISTMENAS, S. A. Ave 12 Y Calle 27 Tel. 2-3444 Page 109

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