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... is owed to the two individuals who have
left their images in the showcase of Canal
Zone Junior College history. Much more than
this brief tribute is owed to these instructors,
for they form a large part of the spirit of
reflected in the minds and memories of the
innumerable persons who listened to them in
Their dedication and understanding are
s, spoke with the
with them at events,
m in counsel, laughed
and learned from them
the meaning and method of life.
But all things must change and we,
grateful students of the Junior College,
too little time
to say so much,
so we can
only warmly thank and fondly remember:
. . who has devoted thirty-two years in the Canal Zone
to teaching; as an instructor at Christobal High School and
as Dean in the Canal Zone Junior College.
. .who has brought to his career a fund of experience as
a student at Harvard, Oxford, and Indiana, as a Phi Beta
Kappa member, and as an administrator and instructor in
U.S. secondary schools and colleges.
. . who has supplemented this experience with partici-
pation in the Masons and service as president of the Isth-
. . who, through respect and achievement, has his stu-
dent body to graduate from the Junior College prepared to
assume their places as responsible citizens.
who has served the Canal Zone school system for
twenty-three of which have been dedi-
cated to the Junior College as an instructor in Commercial
Education and as Dean of Men.
. . who, as a native of New York, learned the language
and customs of other peoples by studying and teaching in
Puerto Rico, and Panama and has
imparted this experience to his students and friends.
. . who has furthered the potential of commercial advo-
cates and fostered unlimited friendships with his well-timed
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ON SCHOOL LIFE..
ON FRESHMEN .
DEAN OF WOMEN
Peru, New York
DEAN OF MEN
, Yale University
, University of Kansas
B. S., New York University
M. A., New York University
, Yale University
The Class of 1962 is the largest so far graduated
from CZJC, and by a considerable margin.
ally stimulated and enriched by their sojourn here,
Almost daily I see many of them, happy and success-
vents me from saying that it is "the biggest and the
" but it is assuredly a fine class and, after spend-
" of which the last
ful, on the local scene,
while on occasion I hear from
scores and perhaps even hundreds of others who live
in various parts of the world.
Although I shall retire
27 were at CZJC, I am happy to "graduate" with it.
I know that the members of the class are going to
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in June, I trust that I shall continue to hear from these
old student friends, and also from the "new friends" of
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CALMAR A. BATALDEN
M. B. S., Bradley University
M. S., Pennsylvania State University
RALPH J. CARR
Grand Rapids, Michigan
A.A., Oceanside Junior College
B. S., Oregon State College
, Oregon State College
JACQUES ELLSWORTH COOK
B.S., Miami University
, Ohio State University
FRANCIS W. GURNEY
Blue Mountain, Mississippi
B.M., Mississippi Southern College
, University of Michigan
ROCHELLE H. HEAD
Canal Zone Junior College
JAMES H. JOHNSON
DONALD E. MUSSEMAN
B. S., Eastern Illinois
, University of Chicago
ENGLISH AND PHILOSOPHY
B. F. A., University of Oklahoma
B.A., University of Oklahoma
M. A., University of Oklahoma
Missouri State College
NEIL V. BRANSTETTER
B.S., Kansas State Teacher's College
M. A. Columbia University
Miss Gately, a familiar figure on the Junior
College campus, makes
a friend at the Fort
The faculty-sponsored luncheon provides the
Junior College professors
respite from their
with a welcome
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... when the call of the wild beckoned vacation- .1
seeker to Goofey Falls.
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Cmrd cheer as flames trace the twirling path of a
An idle moment
The shadowed walk holds
Fan Palms relieve
Betty Smith and Paul Blades wait patiently
Mr. Clark searches hurriedly.
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A world of curiosity channeled through a lens.
The Challenge of classes.
... and the diversion between
Field trips are fascinating in the Tropics.
An informal semin
is a pleasant way to study.
.. .of dancing in halls -- to Lucho
Those special memories. ..
.. .of Toboga that island in the sun.
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The spectacle of the French court kneeling for the blessing of Joan's
climaxes the second act.
The Lark- The Promoter
rector of Arts
Joan of /
Bill Cofer grimaces
with pain as coach Roberts removes last
exciting Football Jamboree.
Pat Egger mimicks "Devil" prow-
ess as she threatens Dave Jenkins.
Her majesty is escorted by Russell Stromberg
and Tony Womble.
students embark for Cristobal where they will watch
the thrills and spills of the
Isthmian Football Jamboree.
Weary students savor a quiet
spell on the return trek.
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Princess Nancy Webster; Dave Drennan,
Sue Downing; Bill Williams; Joe Wood; Princess
Kathy Watson; Sandy Wallace,
Dancers revel in the holiday cheer of the
Tiaras and tinsel reflect the Yuletide glow that
wreathes the Sophomore members of the
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Carnaval of the Americas
Panamanians and Zonites
The glamour of royalty
Carnaval court members: Balboa's
Helen Wakefield and J. C.'s
Kalb predict a gala
Carter, and Ann
Merriment reaches a peak on the final day when comparsas and spectators dance in the
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Auxilita I. Chinese
a sparkling smile
as her float passes
end of festivities
a farewell salute.
Carnival, signals closing
final ball and customary
"burying of the fish.
. . .ON
Growth requires responsibility and the
Student Association, the governing body of
the Junior College with the largest member-
ship in the school's history,
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assumed a num-
ber of new activities and performed its duties
with an increased diligence and energy.
Membership in the Student Association
entitles one to the following: free entrance to
all Student-Association sponsored events--
dances, sports, and coffee parties; a copy of
the school publications--the Tropical Collegian
and the Conquistador; and half-price ad-
mission in Panama Canal movie theaters.
Mr. Charles R. Bowen
At the close of the 1961
school year after
a spirited campaign and a democratic poll,
President-elect Vincent Esquerra immediately
began working and by the time school re-
opened in the fall had laid a sound basis for
the 1962 school year. In a g
assembly in September, the
were filled by Bill Williams
Pat Brzezinski as Secreta
science instructor Mr.
ry, and Nancy
Advised by social
Council which included the officers of the
Sophomore and Freshman Class,
once a week.
First on the agenda were; an October
the Halloween Beatnik Blast,
the redecoration of the lounge in a cooler,
blue-green-white scheme which called for
many industrious volunteers.
The Council also fostered Pan-American
relations by issuing invitations to the Latin-
American students at Albrook Air Force Base
to attend the Anchor Game and promoted
school spirit by selling sweatshirts bearing
the Junior College emblem. The council also
make provisions for the installation of new
clubs and celebrated each months' birthdays
by the traditional coffee parties,
out a successful and eventful year.
. . . President
The People's choice--elected by the
a general assembly, new
S. A. Officers, Bill Williams, top;
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an affable affair when set in the cool surroundings of the Tivoli.
Theta Kappa, wa
auspices of Mr.
the CZJC chapter of Phi
s organized in 1945 under the
Turbyfill who is,
the present co-sponsor.
Members are selected on the basis of
erage and stand in the top ten percent of the
full-time student body.
Two initiations are
open one in the sg
closed one in the fall and an
)ring. The chapter's projects
for the year have included taking gifts to the
poor of an old folk's home in Panama,
sponsoring the February coffee party.
Day was observed in
luncheon at the
November with a
Tivoli and the annual Scholar -
ship Dinner was held April 25 at the
's Open Mess,
was the guest speaker.
Downing, Haydee Meggers, Karen
, Sherry Acker, Julee
Betty Smith-President, Jetzavel Feraud, Dorothy Moseley, Lydia Moya,
Kirsten Anderson, Sandra
Reba Jones-Vice -President, Pat Brzezinski, Pat Colacicco. Back Row: Eileen Ruess-Reporter,
Catherine Watson, Ellen Rennie, Irene Michaelis, Mike Metcalf, Curt Schwarzrock, Joan
Conover, Lynn Botzenmayer,
Sue Gupton-Secretary, Darleen Powell, Carol Musselman,
"CANAL ZONE COLLEGE UBRAK
Delta Psi Omega,
ure for the
college all of
honorary fraternity in the United States,
established The Panama Canal Cast in
CZJC in 1942. Subert Turbyfili has been
the Faculty sponsor since the founding,
the advantages of a large national honorary
and to serve as
a reward for
efforts for participating in the plays staged
by the dramatic organizations ."
and Donald Musselman has joined
sponsor this year. The national c
The society members.acted
core of the production,
crew and cast for
states that the purpose is "to stimulate
interest in the dramatic activities of the
the two colle
Delta Psi Omega members:
Bottom row: Terry Aleman,
Ella Carter, Ann Kalb.
Joe Lawler, DavidJ. Jenkins,
Delta Psi Omega officers: Randy Gangle, Business Manager;
ger; Bill Williams, Cast Director.
Mr. Subert Turbyfill
"To promote an ardent interest in the
Is of fledgling scientists for the various
s of the biological sciences"--this was
its kind in tl
by science i
attracted a ]
cuss the gen
in the biology
behind the newly-fo:
ie Junior College, w
instructor Miss Gate
lectures and motion
using, research, n
satisfy the member
the first of
ly and soon
;et up to
etings provided unequaled op-
:o hear prominent speakers dis-
leral characteristics of their
ields and the latest developments
Society officers from left to right:
Reba Jones, Vice President; Asa Barley,
President; Sherry Acker, Secretary-
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Asa Barley and Eileen Reuss intently
a rare specie
Helping the instructor demonstrate aeronautical
equipment, Doug Fulop visualizes the proximity
of commercial space
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From the time the college doors
opened in September to the middle of the
the industrious year-
book staff was busy putting together the
annual for distribution in May
boasted a new,
which included a modernistic three-
a corresponding end sheet
and glossy paper.
An opening campus section and a
section were added to
present a more complete view of the col-
lege in relation to its environment.
phasis was placed on photography; with
larger action pictures,
individual shots of
and of each faculty member posed against
a background related to his course of in-
Sue Downing, Editor-in-Chief;
Ann Kalb, Associate Editor
The keynote for the year was a
quality to the 1962 Conquistador.
Dr. Dorothy Moody,
Mr. James Lyons
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Advertising co-editors: Marcia Woodruff,
Sports Editor: Stan Swinehart, Ed Conn.
Staff Photographers: Charles Morton, Bill
Lockhart, Ed Eddleman, Leonard Schroeder.
Intently keeping watch on tIhe
passing landscape, Delano Stewart
prepares to make a shot.
Left to Right: Kirsten Anderson, Mr. Jacques Cook, sponsor;
Ed Eddleman, Delano Stewart, Mary Drennan.
A good photographer will go to any means to
capture an interesting scene.
Click! -- and the sound of closing
shutters reverberated through the halls
as the members of the Camera Club po,
and printed d
new organization design'
terested students in the
tures and printing and de
the club soon found itsel
giving their services to
to various school organi
graphy contest sponsor
the end of the year gave
dents the opportunity to
with all pictures
the year. A
exhibit their work
printed by the students themselves
Left to Right: Stan Swinehart, Bill Williams, Betty Smith, Jim Tilton, Bryce Kimberling,
Lloyd Gunderson, Ellen Rennie, Reba Jones, Pat Brzezinski, Maria Izquierdo, Terry Aleman.
A celebration for the 1961-62 Tropical
Collegian marked its twenty-fifth year of
publication. As a reflection on its achieve-
ments, the final issue of the year was
compiled of the best Tropical Collegian
works of the past twenty-five years. A
special issue on Latin America was an-
other highlight of the magazine's pro-
A regular staff,
Tropical Collegian editors: Pat Brzezinski,
co-editor; Betty Smith, Editor
sponsored by Dr.
, composed most of the stories,
, editorials, and illustrations and
sponsible for editing and publishing
ues, but significant contributions
submitted by other students and
Pan-American Club Members: First row: Dr. Johnson, sponsor; Lila Leon, Myrna Orr, Maria Izquierdo,
Jetzabel Ferraud, Lidia Moya, Balbino Caldito. Second row: Kirsten Anderson, Miguel Aeud, Charlen Shore,
Cecilia Dorfman, Shirley Ney.
Third row: Ashton Brown,
Beverly Barker. Fourth row: Cecil William, Eddie Conn, John Fortune,
Bateman, Joby Turner,
Charles Lyew, Dorothy Moseley.
As a new organization on the J.C.
roster of extra-curricular activities, the
Pan-American Club boasted a first year of
Willis Beardall, Darleen
Eddie Eddleman, John
A special effort was
made to acquaint the members with the
history and culture of Panama.
study more graphic,
To make the
tours were arranged
for Las Bovedas, Pa
Lorenze, the Presei
National Museum, a
of the Golden Altar.
nd the fabled Church
was celebrated by a campaign to promote
international interest with travel posters
and articles adorning the walls and bulletin
boards. As their most ambitious project
the club sponsored Golf Open Invitational
at the Gamboa Golf Course to finance a
scholarship for a Panamanian high school
graduate to the University of Panama.
The famous Church of the
Golden Altar reflects the
splendor of an ancient era.
recent visit to the National Museum
Sightseers enjoy a moments repose
tour the ruins of Old Panama.
of Panama, students find the relics
warding and intriguing.
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FIGHT TEAM FIGHT! -- CHORUS EIGHT VOICES AS THE SQUAD
CLIMAXES A SPIRITED CHEER WITH A VIGOROU
Captured by the zest of the
Michaelis are lost in the n
Jackie Ashton and Irene
Pep and vigor marked the viP
known to many as the J. C.
initial appearance at the Jambore
led enthusiastic J. C. supporters
Squad position tryouts were
of the school, year where enthusii
sore muscles and hoarse voices.
hindrances were forgotten when t
chosen and intensive daily practi<
The J. C.
"8" sparked schoc
their performances at sports eve
their willingness to take part in i
These included imagir
bonfires, football parties, and pi
When asked their opinions cc
amount of time demanded by this
girls answered heartily,
Metheny, H. B.
Bolstad, H. B.
Carroll, H. B.
Kilpatrick, H. B.
Once again victorious, the Green Devils fin-
ished the 1961 football season tied for first place
in the Interscholastic Football League.
Ralph Carr and Bob Roberts,
and rallied to a midseason peak by tying the vaunt-
ed Balboa squad, taming the Cristobal Tigers twice
and battling the mighty
Rams to a scoreless
Highlighting the season were Archie Carroll's
40 yard run for J. C. 's only touchdown in the spir-
ited Anchor Game and the Devil's two touchdown
victory over Cristobal,
carried the team to
1961 Football Record
0 Athletic Club
0 Athletic Club
Coach Bob Roberts determines
and later helps
Slaughter, L. B.
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Coach Ralph Carr reflects seriousness and in-
tensity characterizing the 1961 season.
assisted by a tim
Fast thinking and a quick lunge by Jeff Slaughter help to thwart a rampaging
As tension rises in the
its teammates on to e
the Green Devil's
a gang tackle,
as a Balboa
Junior College fullback,
as he drives for yardage,
Stronberg, trampling Balboa's
Alex Ebere,.z and Vern Bolstad
sweeps around right
in on Balboa's
The Junior College Baseball Team,
by the fine hitting and pitching of Curt
retained the championship of
the Intrascholastic league.
The Green De-
vils posted a 6-2 season record,
eluded four victories over Cristobal and two
After losing to Balboa,
first game of the season, t
he Green Devils
bounced back with three straight victories
on the All-Isthmian Baseball Team,
the team in batting,
boasting a lofty
He was followed by John Bateman,
Ken Pearl, and Mike Klipper
the .300 mark.
who all topped
Left fielder Ken Pearl and Asa Barley
were also chosen to represent the Junior Col
lege on the All-Isthmian
Stalwart backstop Fred Huddleston warms
up Curt Schwarzrock before a game.
Buster McGowen stretches for a low
throw in a close play at first base.
Mixed emotions play on the faces of the Junior College
bench as a tense situation unfolds on the field.
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The 1962 Junior Coll
was greatly hampered because only a
handful of candidates participated in track
the trackmen performed
placing in two of the relay
events in the Annual
In dual meets,
Archie Carroll was the
big winner for the Green Devils,
among the top three players in four of the
running events; he also served
man for the relay team.
Agile Guillermo Earle clears the high jump
bar at a lofty five feet eight inches.
TENSION MOUNTS IN A CLOSE RACE AS DICK HERN
SKILLFULLY PASSES THE BATON TO DOUG ROSE.
Six members of the track team prepare to run a few practice laps, a
daily ritual for the entire squad.
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D. Rose lengthens his stride
in 880 yd. relay event.
Speedster Archie Carroll.
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Steve Causaus stretches as he prepares to put his
Singles' Champion Wendell Maynard
full weight into a powerful
serve, smashes a forehand shot
The Junior College
paced by Wendell Maynard'
finished the 1962 season in
Wendell Maynard, who wa
singles' champion of the I,
scholastic Tennis League,
s fine playing,
s the undisputed
feated throughout the season.
Joining Maynard on the net team were
Curt Schwarzrock, Buster McGowen
Douglas Chassin, and Steve Casaus.
For the first time in a number of
years, the Junior College has boasted a
tennis team, and under the tutlage of
Ralph Carr the spirited five made a fine
Highlighting the season was the Green
Devils shout victory over the hapless Cris-
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Exciting is the only way to describe
the Junior College
as Dot Folse and Leila
Leon's teams battled to a first place tie
The two teams were unable to come up
with just the right combination in inter-
scholastic competition, but their lively
enthusiasm and determination carried
the women's interscholastic programs
through a resounding year.
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Becky Martin, Eileen Ruess,
Above: Becky Martin finishes
T backhand shot.
High-pitched spirit and good sportsman-
ship marked a season of near misses for the
s tennis team.
Plagued by a lack of
take any matches
t active corps were unable to
However they proved to be
sturdy opponents and recorded
standing individual defenses.
Mary Wilmoth stretches for
a high one
Martin waits to back her up.
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Volleyball Team-Bottom Row: Sherry Acker, Haydee Meggers,
Carol Brown, Jackie Montovani. Second Row:
Becky Martin, Lynn Wellington, Linda Sue Cunningham, Eileen Ruess.
Demonstrating perfect form, Lynn
Wellington prepares to serve.
A thrilling season swept the Women
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Volleyball Team to within
one game of first place this year. The
action-packed games, which drew larg(
crowds, were accented by many difficu
returns and close scores.
Becky Martin moves under the ball as Jackie
Montovani and Carol Brown look on.
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Ready to assist are Becky Martin and Eileen
C H. S.
Haydee Meggers employs a more conventional
return while Becky Martin stands by.
A smashing play by Becky Martin sends Linda
Sue Cunningham to all fours.
Eileen Ruess and Becky Martin watch expectantly
as Sherry Acker charges in for the kill.
A difficult shot
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, Jackie Ashton, Pat Lane
, Lynn Wellington, Molly
Long and strenuous hours of
demanded to perfect
ting performances of the
competitive swimming team,
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among those who have viewed the
synchronized show is that this new
activity should become a permanent
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the upper classmen
a program of dependability and creativity
was launched. Instrumental in originating an
off-beat special, the Beatnik Blast Halloween
Dance, the class also reliably handled annual
activities. Traditional class rings were
ordered, with a notable sales increase. The
Christmas Ball set in the Tivoli's Colonial
atmosphere glittered with holiday warmth in
a snowy setting of familiar yuletide glamour.
A May Frolic,
typical favorites as races and softball, plu
active participation by officers in the Exe-
cutive Council rounded out the year.
Engineers for entertainment, class officers lay
foundations for a favorite event, the Christmas
Elections were first in the agenda for
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- Miami, Florida
Basketball Allstars 1; Basketball Intramurals 1;
Intramurals 1; Bowling Intramurals i;
& Badminton 1.
ATHERLY, LILLIAN P. Ancon, Cai
- Colon, R.
House Committee Officer
Collegian Assistant Editor
CALDITO, BALBINO "Ba
2; Phi Theta Kappa 2.
Pan American Club, President; Track and Field Events;
Swimming; Christmas Formal Advertisement Committee.
R. de P.
- Washington, D.C.
DEJERNETTE, MILDRED LOUISE
Volleyball Intramurals 2;
Basketball Intramural 2;
Bowling Intramural 1; Tennis Intramural 1; "The
Lark" Make-up Comm. Chairman 1.
DINGWALL, JOHN DAVID
- Middleton, Pennsylvania
DONAHUE, EDWARD J.
DORFMAN, CELIA ANN
- Colon, R.
Pan-American Club 1; Ticket Seller 1; Financial
; "The Lark" 2;
nce Comm. 2; Lounge Comm.
mas Formal Court 2; Valentine Formal 1; Phi Theta
DRENNAN, DAVID P.
- St. Petersburg, Florida
Christmas Formal Chairman 1; Valentine Formal,
Decoration Comm. 1; President Sophomore Class 1;
Biological Society 1; Beatnik Dance Comm. 1;
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- Liberal Arts
GANGLE, RANDOLPH ALAN
2; Coffee Party
Comm. 1; Valentine Formal Comm. 1.
GLORE, MRS. JOYCE L. Toledo, Ohio
Western Illinois University
Girl Scout Leader 1.
GUNDERSEN. LOYD TOM
- Liberal Arts
GUPTON, ANITA SUZANNE
R. de P. Secretarial
Phi Theta Kappa, Secretary.
HERN, JOHN FRANKLIN '
Football Letterman 2.
JIMINEZ, CARLOTA Pana
ma, R. de P.
Phi Theta Kappa, Vice President; Tropical
2; Chorus 1, 2; Pan-American Club 2; Biol
2; Ping Pong Intramural 2.
LIDER, SANDRA LOUISE
Texas Liberal Arts
Reatnik Comm. 2: Tennis Intramural
- Wichita Falls,
CHARLES Colon, R. de P.
Conquistador Staff, Ad Comm. 1; Pan-American Club 1;
Biological Society 1.
MacKENZIE, KENNETH W.
MICHAELIS, IRENE MARIE
- New York City, New York
Cheerleader 2; Tropical Collegian, Contributing Editor
1, 2; Conquistador Advertising Staff 1, 2; Manager 2; Phi
Theta Kappa 2.
MORGAN, JAMES MURRAY
- Los Anlles,
California Business Administration
- New York City,
, MYRNA E. Ancon,
Pan American Club 2.
PEARL, KENNETH ROBERT
R. de P.
- Business Administration
Football 2; Basketball 1, 2.
PHILBRICK, KENNETH R.
RENNIE, ELLEN ANNE
.' iL A'f f
Volleyball Intramurals 1; Basketball Intramurals 1,
Manager 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Tropical Collegian,
Humor Editor 1, 2; Beatnik Dance 2; Christmas
Comm. 2; Lounge Decoration
erican Institute, Teacher 2;
Singletons (Episcopal Church Group)
WILLIAM C. Denver, Colorado
RILEY, MRS. MARCIA
- Colon, Panama
ROSE, DOUGLAS B. -
Football 1, 2; All
2; Track 1,2.
- Panama, R.
SCHWALM, ALBERT- "-
- Panama, R. of P.
II, WILLIAM J. South Bend, Indiana
SMITH, BETTY J. Laurel,
Tropical Collegian, Editor 2; Phi Theta Kappa,
President 2; Who's Who; Lounge Redecorating Com-
STEWART, DELANO H. -
President 1: Delt
WATSON, CATHERINE J.
Phi Theta Kappa Treasurer
FGAA Scholarship 2; Baske
ball All Stars 2.
Stars 2; Volley-
WEBSTER, NANCY B.
- Colon, R.
tary 1; Freshman-Sophomore Banquet 1; Conquistador
Staff 2; Valentine Formal Comm. 1; Biological
2: Christmas Formal Court 2.
- Panama, R. of P.
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The Freshman literally lived up to their
name as they livened traditional activities with
an .:original approach and instigated several
Leading the largest class in J.C. history,
the four officers, elected soon after fall re-
gistration. found many willing supporters in
Their novel approach reflected itself in such
activities as selling the popular J .C. sweathirts
bearing the school crest and transforming the
Valentine Formal into a moonlight cruise on the
CAROLYN NIUSSE L AN
" While the couples danced, they
transited the Canal to Gatun Lake and returned
within three hours.
Their final event, the Annual Freshmen-
Sophomore Banquet. was held at Fort Amador
Army-Navy Club, where Freshmen bid adios to
departing Sophomores and Dean Hackett, c'jm-
pleting his service
as Dean of the junior College.
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ACKER, SHERRY L. Ancon,
Basketball Intra. 1; Biological
ADAMS, JOAN -
ADAMS, ROBERT W. -
" Panama, R. de P.
Cheerleader 1; Tropical Collegian 1; "The Lark" 1;
Basketball Intra. 1; Basketball All Stars 1; Volley-
ball Intra 1; Tennis Intra. 1; Bowling Intra. 1;
Archery Intra. 1.
ALLEN, PRISCILLA J. "Pris"
R. de P.
.; Chorus 1.
- Ft. Devens, Mass.
- Panama, R
ASHTON, JACQUELINE E. -
Cheerleader 1; October, Dec
Christmas Formal Comm. 1.
- Colon, R. de P.
- Panama, R. de P.
- New York
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- Las Vegas,
- Panama, R. de P.
R. de P
WILLIS H. "
Pan American Club 1; Camera Club 1; "The Lark"
1; Christmas Formal Comm. 1; Translator for
Latin American Students 1.
ROBERT E. -
- Panama, R. de P.
BENSON, NANCY F. West Point,
- Panama, R. de P.
- Panama, R. de P.
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
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BOYD, JAMES F. Tylertown, Mississippi
BRAUN, MARILYN J. -
- Ancon, C.Z.
Basketball Intra. 1; Basketball All
1; Volleyball Intra.
1; Bowling Intra. 1.
BRONSON, SANDRA D.
Conquistador, Layout Staff 1;
Business Manager 1.
BROWN, CAROL J.
All Star Basketball 1; Biological Society 1.
CAMP, JR., WILLIAM E.
- Panama, R. de P.
CARROLL, ARCHIE B.
Freshman Class President 1; Varsity Football 1; Varsity
Track 1; Varsity Basketball 1; Executive Council 1;
Assembly Comm. 1.
Cheerleader 1; Christmas Formal Comm.
Comm. 1; "The Lark" Production Staff 1.
R. de P.
1; Pep Rally
CIARLO, FREDERICK H.
- Dayton, Ohio
CONN, EDWARD M.,
Pan American Club 1; Conquistador Staff, Co-
Sports Editor 1; "The Lark", Acting and Production
Staff 1; Christmas Formal Committee 1; Beatnik
Dance Committee 1; Valentine Formal Committee
1; College Community Chorus
and Orchestra 1.
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DAISEY, BRENDA L. Panama, R. de P.
DE LA GUARDIA, JORGE
- San Jose,
DE LA ROSA
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- Panama, R. de P.
Basketball Intramurals 1
Tennis Intramurals 1.
DRENNAN, MARY E.
- Washington, D.C.
"The Lark", Production Staff and Make-up Committee
1; Pan American Club 1;
DREYER, STEPHANIE M. -
R. de P. Liberal Arts
Christmas Formal 1;
Club 1; Beatnik Dance
, Post Worthy Advisor.
R. de P.
EDDLEMAN, EDWARD HENRY
R. de P. Liberal Arts
Conquistador Photographer 1; "The Lark"; Biological
Society 1; Pan American Club 1; Camera Club 1;
Christmas Formal Comm.
1; Beatnik Dance Comm. 1.
R. de P.
Cheerleader 1; Pep Rally 1; "The Lark", Production
Staff 1; Basketball Intramurals 1; Volleyball Intra-
l A IT y* VT W r' r .
FARR, SAMI Panama,
R. de P.
FLOYD, JULEE LYNN
- Panama, R
Conquistador Ad Staff 1; Tennis Tournament 1;
Biological Society 1.
- Colon, R. de P.
- Panama, R. de P.
R. de P. Commercial
Basketball Intramural 1; Bowling Intramural 1; Volley-
ball Intramural 1; Softball Intramural 1; Archery Intra-
- Colon, R. de P.
- La Fayetta, Alabama
GLUCH, JOHN Charleroi, Pennsylvania
HERN, RICHARD -
Panama, R. de P.
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REFLECTIONS ... are the moments when we consider ---our experiences and how they shape our conduct. our philosophy and how it guides our ideals. and our expectations and how they further our goals . . are the times when we remember --the hours of concentration and examination. the zest of games. the festivity of dances. and the solitary moments of introspection . . are the brief seconds when we know ---that we. the students of today. are the mirrors of yesterday and the images of tomorrow. Our achievements and our failures. our ambitions and our despairs. our joys and our fears reflect truth and human equality and will illumunate the world in our effort to find peace. 3
A BRIEF REFLECTION . . is owed to the two individuals who have left their images in the showcase of Canal Zone Junior College history. Much more than this brief tribute is owed to these instructurs, for they form a large part of the spirit of class, spoke w ith them in counsel, laughed with them at events, and learned from them the meaning and method of life. But all things must c hange and we, the grateful students of the Junior College, have too little time to say so much, so we can only warmly thank a nd fondl y remember: J. C. Their dedication and understanding are reflected in the minds a n d memories of the innumerabl e persons who listened to them in 4 MR JAMES A LYONS DEAN ROGER C. HACKETT . who has devoted thirty _two year s in the Canal Zone to teaching; as an instructo r at Chri stoba l High School and as Dean in th e C a nal Zone Junior College. . who has brought to his career a fund of exp er ience as a student at HarvardJ O xford and Indiana, as a Phi Beta Kappa member, and as an admi nistrator and i nstructor in U. S. secondary school s and colleges. . who h as s upplemented this experience w i th partici_ pation i n the Mas o n s and service as Jjres id e nt of the I sth mian Historical SOCi e t y . w ho, through respect and achievement, has his s tu dent body t o graduate from the Juni or College pre p ared to assume their places as responsible citizens. . w ho has served the Canal Zone school system for twenty_five y ears, twenty_three of wh ich have been dedicated to the Junior College as an instructor in Commercial Education and as Dean of Men. .. who, as a nat ive o f New York, learned the language and customs of other peoples by study ing and teaching i n Canada, Colombia, Puerto RiCO, and Panama and has impart e d this experience to his students and fri ends . w h o has furthered the potential of commerci a l advocates and foste red unlimited friendsh ip s w ith his well_timed counsel s his sage whimsey, and his benevolent warm th.
ON ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY ...... 6 ON SCHOOL LIFE ... ON ORGANIZATIONS ... ON SPORTS ... ON SOPHOMORES ... ON FRESHME N . ON ADVERTISING ...
6 DOROTHY MOODY L e nexa, Kan sas DEAN OF WOMEN ENGLISH M. A.) Yal e University B.A" Univer sity of K a nsas Ph D I Yal e University D EAN'S F A REWELL The C l ass of 1%2 i s the largest so far g raduatcd from CZJC, and by a considerable margin. Tact p r e vents me from saying that it is "the biggest and the besl,.iI but it i s assuredl y a fine class and, after s p ending 38 years in "school business, II of wh i c h the last 27 were at CZJC, 1 am happy to "graduate" w id1 it. I know that the members of the class are going t o treasure U1C memories of their friends and associations in the college, and so shall I. Not least among these friends arc the many splendid young people who have been, r hope, intelleclu-JAMES A. LYON S P e nt New York DEAN O F MEN COMMERCIAL B. S., N e w Y o rk University M. A., New York University ally stimulated and enriched by their sojourn here. A lmost daily I see many of them, happy and successful, on the local scene, while on occasion I hear from scores and perhaps even hundreds of other s who live in vari o us parts of the world. Although I shall retire in June I trUSt that I shall continu e to hear from these o l d student fri ends, and a l so from the "new frien ds" of the C l a ss o f 1962, either by courtesy of the Unite d States POSt Office Department or in persoll, The address : 114 Drewry Lane, Drewry Hills Ral e i gh, N. C. Roger C. Hackett, Dean, 1941-1962.
, CALMAR A BATA L DEN Lamberton, Minnesota ENG I NEER I NG DRAWING M B.S. ) Bradley University M.S., Pennsylvani a State University CHARLES R BOWEN Logan, Ohio H ISTORY AND SOC IAL SCIENCES B. S., Bal dwin Wallace College M. S., Ohio State University
RALPH J CARR Grand Rapids Michigan PHYS I CAL EDUCATI ON VARS ITY COACH A A Oceansid e J unior College B. S. I Oregon State College M. Ed. Oregon State College SHEPARD S CLARK Elmira Heights, New York COMMERCIAL B. S., New York University M.S., New York University 9
10 J ACQUES ELLSWORTI-! COOK Dayton, Ohio MA TI-!EMA TICS B.S., Miami University M. Ed., Ohio State Uni vers ity MARGARET M GATELY Boston, Massachusetts B IOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY A. B. I Emmanuel College M S. I Boston College
FRANCIS W GURNEY Blue Mountain, Mississippi MUSIC B. M. I Mississippi Southern College M. M. University of Michigan JAME S H J OHNSON Winston-Sa lem, North Carolina L ANG UAGES A. B., University of North Carolina M A Uni vers ity of North Carolina Ph. D I Uni versity of North Carolina ROCHELLE H. HEAD Orlando, Florida OFFICE SECRETARY A.A., Can a l Zone J unior College 11
12 DEWITT E MYERS Sayr e Penruylvania PHYSICAL SC I ENCES B. A Valley City State Teach ers College M A., Washington S tate Unive r s i ty DONA L D E. M U SSEMAN Hindale, Illinois DRAMA B. S. I Eastern Illinois M. A U n iversity of C hicago
KENNETH W VINTON Fond du Lac, Wisconsin PHYS I CAL SC I ENCES A. B Ripon College A. M I Columbia University SUBERT TURBYFILL Norman, Okl a homa SPEECH, ENGLISH AND PHILOSOPHY B. F. A., University of Oklahoma B. A., University of Oklahoma M. A. J University of Oklahoma 3
PATRICI A A LEHMAN Aurora, Illinois PHYS I CA L EDU CA TION B. S ) N W Missouri State College M S., N. W Missouri State College NEIL V BRANSTETTE R Pittsburg, K a ns as MUSIC B. S Kansas State Teacher's College M. A. I Columbia University OFF MOMENTS Miss Gately, a f amiliar figure on the Junior College campus, makes a fri e nd at the Fort Sherman zoo. TIle faculty -sponso red lunc heon provides the Junio r College professors with a welcome respite from their classical routine ,-The tables a r e turne d w h e n Mr. Subert Turbyfill bemusedl y plays hos t to three famished students.
REFLECTION S .... ON SCHOOL LIFE
k When the call of the wild beckoned vacation_ see ers to Gooiey Falls. These ... when the g low of a bonfire re flected the eager faces of football enthusiasts. Were the times ... and the places . and these the well-remembered faces ... when latest events stimulated d i scussion . . and bull sessions added to college atmosph e re.
18 Crowds cheer as flames trace the twirling path of a majorette's baton. Time hesitates for a moment' s contemplation. An idle momer,t when friendship exchanges con_ fidences. The simplest move can assume enormous significance. Crackling firelight catches a momentary silhouette. 19
The shadowed walk holds promise. Betty Smith and Paul Blade s wait patiently as Mr. Clark searches hurriedly. The Flln Palms r elieve the marching rows of windows Hectic Whirl of Registration Filling out the e ndl ess forms are John Hem, Ken Pearl, and Doug Rose.
A wor l d of curiosity c h 3.nnc lcd through 3. l e n s The Challenge of classes ... Voted Most Popular--the Lounge Coke machine is ever busy . . and the diversion between Field trips fascinating in UtC Tropics. An informal semio is a p leasant way to study. Hungry students everywherej a n d all there i s to eat!
... of dancing i n h alls _ to Lu c h o Those special memOrIes . . o f -that i s l a n d in the sun.
.. of the plot to murder S.H.S.
THE LARK Winging its Way Into Our Memories Rehearsi n g members are captured in a study in d ramati c quality. The spectacle of the French court kneeling fo r the blessing o f joan' s cause climaxes the second act. STEVE CASA U S The L a rk -The Promoter Montserrat_ hquierdo BOB IRWlN The Inquisitor Montserrat ., '.' ..'--' '.
MONTSERRAT A Spani s h Traged y MR. MUSSElMAN Di reetor 0 f A ftS S U SAN DOWNING J oa n of Arc F elisa ED EDDLEMAN Cauchon B ILL WILLIAMS The D auphin Salcedo A USTI N LUTHER The Fath e r Father Caroni1
Bin Cofer grimaces with pain as coach Roberts r emoves last vestiages of the eXciting Football J a mboree. Pat Egger mimicks ItDevil" prowess as s h e threatens Dave Jenkins. JAMBOREE Her majesty i s escorted by Russell Stromberg and Tony Womble. J.C. embark for Cristobal where they will watch t h e thrills a n d spills of the I sthmia n Football Jamboree. Weary stud ents savor a quiet spell o n the return trek.
HER MAJESTY KATHLEEN STROMBERG Queen of the Jamboree 29
Left to right: Stan Swine hart, Princess Julee Floyd; Randy Gangle, P r incess Nancy Webster ; Dave Drennan, Her Majesty S u e Downing; Bill Willia ms; J o e Wood; Princess K athy Watson ; Sandy Wallace, K e n Philbric k Christmas Ball Set In Yuletide Decor Dancer:s revel in the h oliday c heer of the Tivol i ballroom1s t raditional setting. Tiaras and tinsel reflect the Yuletide glow that wreathes the Sophomore members of the court. 3 0
HER MAJESTY SUSAN DOWNING Queen of the Christmas Formal 31
32 HER MAJESTY BEVERLY BOWMAN Queen of the Valentine Formal
Queen for a cruise, Bev &:nvman, and her court enjoy the moonl ight gaiety aboard ship. Moonlight Cruise on the s.s. Valentine The "twist" invades the Canal Zone as John Hem demonstrates its unique technique. Valentine Royalty is enthroned on Her Majesty's ship "Las Cruces"_Skip Kilpatrick, Julee Floyd, second mate; Dick Hem, Bev &lwman, captain; Pat Lane, first mate, Harold Smith. 33
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Circled by new royalty, 1961 Carnaval Queen, Ana Racquel C hanis, officially relinquishes her reign. FLAG RAISING HERALDS FIESTA WEEK Carnaval of the Americas begins with mingled Panamanians and Zonites observing ceremonies. 35
36 Smiling Carnaval court members: Balboa' s Helen Wakefield and J C. s Sandy Wallace, Ella Carter, and Ann I
Merriment reaches a peak on the final day when comparsas and spectators dance in the streets. 38
With a touch of frolic to the Stars and Stripes, the C. Z. float rolls a l ong Balboa AvenuE' Auxilita 1. Chinese Colony Queen, fl a shes a sparkling smile as h e r float passes in revue.
J.C. s own Queen, Irene I previews the end of festivities with a farewell sa lute. The legendary IIDomitila", symbol of Carnival, signal s closing festiviti es by her final appearance. Parade revelry ends, but merrymakers a n t icipate final ball and customary "burying of the fish."
REFLECTIONS .... ON ORGANIZATIONS
Mr. C h arle s R Bowen Sponsor Vincent Esqu erra Pres id ent Pat B rzez iaski . Secr e t ary Nancy Web s t e r Treasur e r Bill William . . . V ic e Pres id e nt 42 STUDENT ASSOCIATION Gro wth r equires responsibility and the Stud ent Associatio n th e g overning b ody o f th e Juni o r College with th e largest membership in th e sch oo l's hi s t ory, assum e d a numbe r o f n e w activities a nd performe d its duties with a n in c reased diligence a nd e n ergy, M embe r ship in th e S tudent Association entitles o n e t o the follo wing: free entrance to a ll Student-Associ atio n s p o nsor e d e v ents -dances, s p orts, a nd c offee parties; a c opy of th e schoo l publicati o n s th e Tropical Collegian a nd th e C o nqui s t a d o r ; a nd h alf-price admission in P anama C a n a l movie theaters A t th e close o f the 1 961 school year afte r a spirite d campa ign a nd a d e mocratic poll, Presid ent-e lect Vinc ent E s qu erra immediate l y began w orking a nd by th e time sch oo l reop e n e d in the f a ll h a d laid a sound basis for th e 1962 sch oo l year. In a g e n e r a l e lectio n assembly in S eptembe r th e r e m aining o ffices we r e fille d by Bill Willi a m s as Vice Presid ent, P a t Brzezin ski as Secr e t ary, a nd N ancy W e b s t e r as Tre a sure r A d v ised by social sci e nce in structor Mr, Bowen, the Executive C o un c il which include d the officer s o f th e S o ph o more a nd Freshman Class, a ssemble d o nce a week, Firs t o n th e a g e nd a w e re; a n O c t o b e r s uccess, th e H a ll o ween Beamik Bla s t a nd th e r e decor atio n o f th e l ounge in a cool e r blue-green-white sch e m e whi c h call e d for p ainting, uph o l s t ery, n e w furnitu.e a nd m any indu strio u s volunteer s The C o un c il a l s o fost e r e d P an-American r e l atio n s b y issuin g in v itatio n s t o th e LatinAm erica n s tud ents a t Albroo k Air F o r c e Base t o a ttend th e Anc h o r G a m e and pro m o t e d sch oo l spirit by selli n g sweatshirts bearing th e Junior C ollege emblem, The coun c il a lso m a k e prov i s i o n s f o r th e in s t a ll atio n o f new club s a nd celebrated each m o n th s birthda y s l;>y th e t r aditional coffee p arties, r o undin g out a s uccessful and eventful year,
The People's c hoice--e lected by the student' s in a general assembl y new S. A. Officers, Bill Williams, top; Pat Brzezinski, center; a n d Nancy Webster, bottom, receive congratulations from President Vincent Esquerra. 43
The initiation luncheon becomes an affab le affair whe n se t in the cool surroundings of th e Tivoli. jacques Cook, co_sponsor Phi Theta Kappa D elta Omega, the CZJC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was organized in 1945 under the auspices of Mr. Turbyfill who is, along with Mr. Jacques Cook, th e present co-sponsor. Members are selected on the basis of scholastic standing, they must hav e a "8" average and stand in th e top ten p ercent of the f u ll-time studen t body. Two initiations are held each year-a closed o n e in the fall and a n open one in the spring. The chapter' s projects for the year have include d taking gifts to the poor of an o l d fo lk's home in Panama, and sponsoring the February coffee party. Found er's Day was observed in 10vember with a luncheon at the Tivoli and th e annual Scholarship Dinner was h e ld April 25 at the Fort Amador Officer's Open Mess, where Mr. Lyons was the guest speaker. Subert Turbyfill, Co-s ponsor Fron t Row: Sue Downing, Haydee Meggers, Karen Clark, Grace Va le, Sherry Acker, julee F loyd, Nora Brown Betty Smith-Pres iden t, j etzavel F e raud, Dorothy Moseley, L y dia Maya, Kirst e n Anderson, Sandra Bronson, Reba J o nes-Vice-President, Pat BI"lez inski, Pat Colacicco. Back Row: Eileen Ruess Reporter, Catherine Wat so n, Elle n R ennie, Irene Michaelis, Mike Metcalf, C urt Schwarzrock, joan Gross, Mimi Conover, Lynn Botzenmayer, Pat Rose Sue Gupton-Secretary Dar leen Powell, Carol Musselman, Marcia Wood ruff. \ I I
Delta Psi Omega EGE L\BRAKl" "CANAL ZONE COll D elta P s i Omega, national drama h o n o r ary fraternity in th e Unite d States, est ablis h e d The Pana m a C a n a l Ca s t in C Z JC in 1942. Sub ert Turbyfili has been th e Faculty sponsor s ince the founding, and D o n a ld Musselman has joined as cos ponsor thi s year. The national constitution s t a tes that th e purpose i s "to stimulate inte rest in th e dramatic acri v j ties o f th e Delta Psi Omega members: Bottom row: Terry Aleman, Pat Eggers, Ro salind Fi e l ds, Ella Carter, Ann K a l b Second row: Steve Casaus Joe Lawler, David) J enkins, Bill Williams, Randy Gangle, Frank Smith. college, to secure for the cOllege all of th e ad vantages of a large national honorary fraternity, and to ser ve as a reward for efforts for participating in th e plays s taged by th e dramatic organizations The society members.acted as th e cor e of the production, crew a nd cast for th e tw o college plays; The Lark, and M ontserrat. -----Delta Psi Omega officers: Randy Gangle, Business Manager; Steve Casaus, Stage Ma n ager; Bill Williams, Cast D irector. Mr. Subert Turbyfill Sponsor
BIOLOGICA L S O CIETY "To promote an ardent interes t in the minds of fledgling sci entis t s for th e various areas of the biological sciences" -this was the purpose b e hind th e newly-formed Biological Society. This organizatio n the firs t of its kind in the Junio r College, wa s s p o nsored by science instruc t o r Miss G a tely a nd soon attracted a large m embership. A regular program of lectures a nd m otion pictures on medicine, nurs in g, research, m edical technology, a nd agronomy was set up to develop and t o satis fy the m embe rs' scientific curiosity The meetings prov ided unequaled opportunities to hear prominent s peakers discuss th e general characteristics of th eir respective fie ld s a nd th e latest devel opments in the biological sciences. Society officers from left to right: Reba Jones, Vice Presid e ntj Asa Barley, Pres iden t; Sheny Acker, SecretaI)'Treasu r e r 1. to R. : Reba J o nes,; Nancy Webster, Grace Vale, Julee Flo yd, Mimi Conover, Mis s CatE'ly, AlUl Dougl as, Carol Musse lman, Eileen Ott, Cathy Watso n Priscilla Allen, C laire O'Donnell, C h a rlotte Sc hul tz, Ed Wirtz Dave Drennan, Cecil Williams, Ashton Brown, Caro l McGann, H e l e n Fogle.
Asa Bar ley and Eileen Reuss intently examine a rare specie of coral found in tropical waters. Stimulating the minds of fledgling scientists, Dr. Gale lectures on Hydrophobia. Helping the instructor demonstrate aeronautical equipment, Doug Fu lop visualizes the proximity of commercial space travel. On a marine excursion to Bora Island, Society members and YMCA divers are rewarded with a prodigious denison of the depths. 4 7
Conquistador From the time th e college d oo r s opened in S eptembe r to the middle o f the rainy month, April, th e industrious yearbook staff was busy putting together th e annual for distributio n in May. The 1 962 editi o n boasted a new, m o r e collegiate style, which include d a modernistic three color cover a corresponding e nd s heet design, a nd g lossy paper. A n o p ening campu s section a nd a s peci a l carnaval sectio n were added to present a m o r e complete view o f the college in r e l ation to its environment. Emphasis was placed o n ph otography; with l arge r actio n pictures, individual s h o t s of football players, queen s c heerlead e r s a nd o f each faculty m embe r posed again s t a background r e lated to hi s course o f instruction. The keynote fo r th e year was a m o r e m odern, appealing, and inclus iv e qu ality to th e 1 962 C onquistador. Dr. Dorothy Moody J Faculty Advisor Sue Downing, Editor _in_Chief; Ann Kal b Associate Edi to r Mr. James Lyon s Faculty Adv i so r Editoria l Staff: Sue Downing, Lydia Moya, Ann Kalb, Darleen Powell, Nancy Webster, Mary Drennan, Mimi Conover
Advertising co-editors: Marcia Woodruff, Irene Michaelis Dave Drennan, Managing Editor Julee Floyd, Advertising co-editor Delano Stewart, Photographer Sports Editor: Stan Swinehart, Ed Conn. Staff Photographers: Charles Morton, Bill Lo ckhart, Ed Eddleman, L eonard Schroeder.
Intentl y keeping watch on t h e passing landscape, Del ano Stewart prepares to make a s hot. Left to Right: Kirst e n Anderson, Mr. Jacques Cook sponso r j Ed Eddleman, Delan o Stewar t, Mary Drennan. A good photographer will go to any means to capture an inte resting scene. 50 Camera Club Click! -a nd th e sound of clos ing shutters reverberated thro ugh th e h alls as the m embe r s of th e Camera Club posed practiced, a nd printed during th e year. A new organizatio n design e d to in struc t int e rest e d students in th e art of t aking pictures a nd printing a nd developing th e m th e club soon f o und itself busy obligingly giving th eir services t o th e yearbook, and t o various school orga nization s A ph otography contest s p o nsor e d by the club a t th e e nd of the year gave all college stud ents the opportunity to exhibit th eir work with a ll pictures being developed and printed by th e s tud ents themselves.
Left to Ri g ht: Sta n Swin e h art, Bill Willia m s, Betty Sm ith J im Tilton, Bryce Kimberling, Lloyd Gund erso n, El1 e n R ennie, Reba J o n es 'Pat Brzez in ski, Mari a Izquierdo, Terry A1eman Tropical Collegian A cel ebration for th e 1961-62 Tropical Collegi a n marked it s twenty-filth year of publicati on. As a r e flection o n it s achievements, the fin a l issue of th e year was compile d of th e best Tro pical C ollegi a n works of th e past tw enty-five years. A special issu e o n Latin A m erica was a n other high light o f th e magazine's produ c ti o n sch e dul e A regular staff, sponsore d by Dr. M oody, composed most o f the stories, poems, editori a ls, a nd illustrations and wa s respons ibl e f o r editing a nd publis hin g th e issues, but significant contributions were submitte d by o th e r s tud ents and faculty m embe r s Thus th e Tropical C o l legian fulfille d its aim in presenting th e best o f th e Junior C o llege literary endeavors in a comprehensive v iew o f th e past school s y s t em. Tropica1 Collegian editors: Pat Brzezinski, co_edi tor; Betty Smith, Edi tor 51
Pan-American C lu b Members: First row: Dr. J o hns o n, slX'nso r j Lil a Leon, Myrna Orr, Maria I z quierdo, j etzabe l Ferraud, Lidia Maya, Balbino Caldito. Secon d row: Kirst e n Anderson, Miguel Aeud, Charlen Shore, Cecilia Dorfman, Shirley Ney. Thir d row: Ashton Brown, William McKinnon, Willis Beardall, Darleen Powell, Beverly Barker. Fourth row: Cecil William, Eddie Conn, john Fortune, Eddie Edclle m a n John Bateman, joby Turner, C h arles Lyew, Dorothy Moseley. P A A MERI CAN C L U B A s a new organ izati on on th e J C. roster of extra -curricular activities, t h e P an-American Club boasted a first year of sundry activi ties. A special effort wa s m a d e to acquaint the m embers w i th the his t ory and culture of Panama. To make the study m o r e graphiC, tours were arrange d for Las Bovedas, Panama Vieja Fort San Lorenze, th e Presend ental Palace, th e National Museum, and the fabled Church of t h e G o ld e n Altar. Pan-American week was celebrated by a campaign to pro m o t e international interest with travel po s t e r s and articles adorning th e walls and bulletin boards. As th eir mos t a mbitiOU S projec t th e club s p onso r e d G olf Op e n Invitational at the Gamboa Golf Course to fin a nce a sch o l a r ship for a Panamanian high school graduate to th e University of Panama. Sigh tseers e njoy a moments reJX>se as they tour the ruins of Old P a nama. Th e famous Church of the Golden Altar r eflects th e s plendor of a n ancient era. On a recent visit to the National Museum of Panama, students find th e r elics r e_ wa rding and in t riguin g
REFLECTIONS .. .. ON SPORTS
Terry Aleman Phyl i s Valentine Captured by the zes t of the game, Jackie Ashton and I rene Michaclis a r e lo s t in the moments intensity Irene M ichaelis CLIMAXES A SPlRfTED CHEER WITI-! A V IGOROU S LEAP CHEERLEADERS Pep a nd v i go r marke d th e v iv acio u s gro up kn own t o many as th e J. C. 8". Making th eir initia l appearance at th e J ambo ree, th e Deviltresses l e d enthus i astic J. C. s upp orte r s in spite of th e heavy r a inf all. Squ a d positio n tryouts w e r e h e ld a t th e beginning o f th e sch oo l year whe r e e nthu s iasti c e ff orts pro duced sore muscles a nd hoarse vo ices. H o w e v e r these hindra nces w e r e f orgotte n whe n th e fin a l s qu a d was c hosen a nd inte n s ive d a ily practice began. The J. C. "8" s p arke d sch oo l spirit n o t only by th eir p erforma nces a t s p orts events, bu t a lso by th eir willingness to take part in num e r o u s o th e r acti vities. These include d imagin a tive pep r allies, b onfires, f oo tball p arties, and pre-gam e decoratin g Whe n asked th eir o p i ni o n s concerning th e g reat a m ount o f time demand e d b y t hi s a ctivity, a ll o f the girls a nswer e d heartily, It's w ell w orth every minute Patricia Egger Ella Cartcl Ann Kalb Jacquel ine Ashton
Marvin Vernon Methe.ny, H. B. Bo lstaa, H B -A rchi e C arroll, H B G e orge Kil patrick, H B A l e x E berenz, H B. J ohn Gluch F B. FOOTBALL Once again victorious, the Green Devils finished the 1961 football season tied for first place in the Interscholastic Football League. Foiling slowly, the J. C. eleven, coached by Ralph Carr and Bob Roberts, soon accelerated and rallied to a midseason peak by tying the vaunted Balboa squad, taming the Cristobal Tigers twice and battling the mighty A. C. Rams to a scoreless tie. Highlighting the season were Archie Carroll's 40 yard run for J. C. 's only touchdown in the spirited Anchor Game and the Devil' s two touchdown victory over Cristobal, which carried the team to a 2-2-2 s eason record. 1961 Football Record Junior College o Athletic Club 12 Cristobal o Balboa o Athletic Club 20 Cristobal 6 Balboa Jamboree Fourth Place Opponent 14 7 o o 7 20 Vigilant Asst. Coach Bob Roberts determines team stresses and later he lps correct them. Tom Jules McKeown, Q. B. Damiana, Q. B. J ohn Peterson, L. B J o bey Turn er, LB. J e ff T o m S l a u g ht er, L. B M cC ull o u g h J L. B.
joe Galloway, Q. B. Rus sell Stronberg, F B. Most Valuable Player AllIsthmian ... Grady He ste rs, E. AllI sthmian john Parker, C. john Bateman, T jack Hearn, T. ... . r --=-, Douglas Rose C. All-Isthmian H :urell Womble, T. AllIsthmian Bill Cofer, C. Ralph Edmundson, C David Jenkins E. Mike Klipper, E Gary Anderson, E Coach Ralph Carr reflects seriousness and intensity characterizing the 1961 season. Kenneth Mole, C. Edwar d Idol, G.
Fast Lhinking and a quick lun ge by Jeff S laughter hel p t o thwart a rampaging Cri s t o tlal Tiger, As tension rises III the CriSlobal game, the Junior College bench spurs its teammates on to g lol)' J lUlior ful l baci<, Russell Su'Onbc l'g, lramplin Balboa' s defense as he dri ves for yardage, Four Junior C ollege players brace back enters the Green Devil's A lex Ebere .L and Vern Bolstad close sweeps around right end, Russ ell Stronberg) assisted by a timely block, s lashed throug h th e Ba l b o a defense for another first down, themselves for a gang tackle, as a Balboa hallowed territory. in on Balboa' s Bob Boring 3S he Hold that Line! --Head Coach, Ra l ph Carr, encourages the Green Devil' s stalwart defensive unit. The Green Devil s defensive wall deadlocks a l o n e Ba lboa halfback in the first], C. -Ba lboa e ncounter.
Baseball Team The Junio r C o ll e g e Baseball T eam, l e d by the fine hitting a nd pitching of Curt Schwarzrock, retain e d th e champio n ship of the Intrascholasti c league. The Green Devils posted a 6-2 season record, which inelud e d four v ictories over Cristobal and two over B alboa. Af t e r losing to Balboa 10-6, in th e first game of th e season th e Green D evils bounced back with three straight victories. Curt Schwarzrock, anunanimous choice o n th e All-Isthmian Baseball Team, also l e d th e team in batting, boasting a lofty .400 average H e was followe d by John Bateman, K e n P earl, a nd Mik e Klipper, who all topped th e .300 mark. L e ft fi e ld e r Ke n P earl a nd Asa Barley were also chosen to r epresent the Junio r College o n the AllIsthmia n Team. Stalwar t back stop Fred Huddleston warms up Curt S c hw arzroc k befor e a game. The Isthmian Champion Baseball Team-Top row, 1. to r.: R W McGowen, A Car roll, K. Pearl, J. Gluch, F Hudde l ston, C S c h warzroc k and R. Hem. &:>ttom row, 1. to r : J. Turner, J. B ateman, B Kimberly, A Barley, M lGi ppe r and S Swineh art Not p ictur ed: D. C h assin and T. M c keown. 60
Buster McGowen stretches for a low throw in a close play at first base. Shortstop Asa Barley str a i ns to beat o u t an infield hit in an important game against Balboa High School. Mixed emotions play on the faces of the Junio r College bench as a tense situation unfolds on the fiel d Stan Swinehart pushes off second to start an important rally-killing double play. 61
62 ARCHIE CARROLL GUILLERMO EARLE Track Team The 1962 Junior College Track Team wa s greatly hampered because only a handful of candidates participate d in track events evertheless, the trackme n performe d c r editably, placing in two of the r elay e vents in th e Annual Balboa R elays In dual meets, Archie Carroll wa s th e big winner f o r th e Gree n D evils, finishing a m o ng th e top three players in four of the running events; he also served as anchor m a n for th e r elay team. Agile Guillermo Earle clears the hi g h jump bar at a lofty five feet e i g h t in c h es DOUGLAS ROSE TOM M c KEOWN DICK H ERN
VERNON BOLSTAD TENS ION MOUNTS IN A CLOSE RACE AS D ICK HERN SKILLFULLY PASSES THE BATON TO DOUG ROSE. TIMERS, OFF ICIALS, AN D FANS SHOUT ENCOURAGEMENT, AS DOUG ROSE CROSSES THE FI ISH LINE A CLOSE SECOND IN THE ANNUA L BALBOA RELAYS. 63
Six member s of the t rack team p repar e to run a few practice l aps a dail y ritual fo r the e ntir e squad. Up and over goes G Earle as he clears the bar by scant inches. D. Rose l engthe ns his stride in 88 0 yd. r e l a y e v ent. Speed s t e r Ar chie Carroll, anchor man o n the 440 yd. r e lay team lung e s across the finish I ine for a third p lace in the B a lboa R e lays.
Steve Cau sa u s st retch es as h e prepares to put his full weight into a pow e rful serve Tennis Team The Junior C o llege T e nni s Team, paced by W e nd e ll Maynard's fine playing, finis h e d th e 1 962 season in second place, W e nd e ll Mayn ard, w h o was t h e undi spute d s ingles' c h ampi o n of t h e Isthmian Interscholas t i c T e nni s League, went undefeated thro ugh out th e season, J oining M aynard o n the net team were Curt Schwarz rock Buster M c G o w e n D ouglas C hassin, a nd Steve Casaus, F o r th e firs t time i n a numbe r o f years, th e Junior C o llege has boasted a tennis team a nd under th e tutlage o f R a lph C arr th e spirite d fiv e m a d e a fin e s h owing, Highlighting the season was the Green Devil s s h o ut v ictory over th e h a pless Cristobal Tigers, I sthmia n Singl es' Champi o n Wendell Maynard smashes a foreha n d shot across the net. Coach Ralph Carr demonstrates the in t ricacies of the backhand shot to his green team during a practice session at diable courts. 6S
Women's Basketball Excitin g i s th e only w a y t o describe the Junio r C o llege w o m e n's intramural basketba ll seas o n as D o t F olse a nd L eila Leon's t eams b attle d to a firs t place tie The two team s w e r e un a bl e to c o m e up with jus t th e right combinatio n in int ersch o lastic competitio n but their lively enthus iasm a nd d e t ermination c arrie d th e w o m en's int e rsch olas ti c progra m s thro ugh a resounding y ear. DATE N ov. 14, N o v 17 N o v 2 1 Dec. 1 TEAM RECORD HOME VISITOR 1961 J .C. 10 S .H.S.46 1 96 1 J .C. 11 C.H.S. 23 1961 S.H.S.27 J C. 1 3 1 96 1 C .H.S. 24 J .C. 8 Women's Basketba ll Team-Bottom Row: L eila Leon, Dorot h y Folse. Second Row : P h yllis V a l e ntin e M a ri a Izqu ierdo, Carol B rown, Mary Wilmoth Third R ow: T erry A leman Cath erine Watso n C l a ir e O'Donn ell, Sandy Allen, Shirley Bonneau, Millie Dejemette. 66
Women's Tennis Team: Mary Wilmoth, Becky Martin, E ileen Ruess, Caro l yn Southwell, Sandra Lider. Women's Tennis High-pitched spint and go o d sportsmanship marked a season of near misses for the women's t ennis team. Plagued by a lack of woman power th e active corps were unable to take any matches However they proved t o b e sturdy opponents and recorded several outstanding individual defenses. Mary Wilmoth st retches for a high one as Becky Martin w:lits to ba c k her up Abo ve: Bec ky Martin finishes a hig hball. Below: Eileen Ruess executes a difficult bac kh a nd hot.
68 Volleyball Team-Bottom Row: SherIY Ack er, Haydee Meggers, Caro l Brown, Jackie Montovani. Second R ow: Becky Martin, L ynn Wellington, Lin da Sue Cun nin g ham, Eileen Ruess Demonstrating perfect form L ynn Wellington prepares to serve. Women s Volleyball A thrilling season swept th e Women's Intersch o lasti c Volleyball Team t o within o n e game of first place this year. The acti o n -packed games, which drew large crowds, were accented by many difficult r eturns a nd c lose scores. Becky M a rtin moves under the ba ll as J ackie Montovan i and Caro l Brown look on.
A difficul t shot i s made by Haydee Meggers. Ready to assist a r e Becky M artin and Ei leen Ruess TEAM R ECORD HOME VIS ITOR J.C. 1 C.H.S. 2 J .C. 0 B .H.S. 2 B.H.S. 1 J.C. 2 C.H.S. 2 J.C. 0 Ei leen Ruess a n d Becky Martin watch expectantl y as S h e rry A c k e r c h a rges in for the kill. Haydee Meggers employs a mor e conventio n a l r erum while Becky Martin s t ands by. A smashing play by Becky M artin sends Linda S u e Cunning ham t o all fours T 69
Wom en's Sny c hroni zed Swimme r s_Be v erly Bowm a n, Mar i a I zquierdo J o a n Adams, L ynn W ellington, Molly E ngelke, E l ea nor Put a turo Jackie Ashton, Pat L a ne N a ncy B e n son, l ydia Moya. Women's Swimming -. .... L o n g a nd strenuous h ours o f practice we r e d e m a nd e d t o p erfect the exactin g performances of th e wa ter ballet group. R e placin g th e competetive swimming team th e y were o utstandin g s uccesses a t th e a nnu a l Gamboa Swimmin g Meet .....: .. 0 a n d t h e Can a l Zo n e Sc h oo ls' S ports Day. The concen s u s of opinio n a mon g t hose w h o have v iewed t h e synchronized s h ow is t hat this new activi ty s h o uld becom e a perman e n t part of t h e Juni o r College extra c urri cular program. 70 Seven m e m bers o f th e water balle t team e xecute a s t a r f ormat i o n.
REFlLECTIONS .... ON CLASSES
DAVID DRENNAN President : MARY L YNNE STOAKLEY Secr e tary -Tre asu r e r DELAN O S T EWART Vice-Preside nt J AMES A. L YONS Sponsor Sophomore Class Officers E lectio n s were firs t in th e agend a f o r th e upp e r classm en. With lead e r s in s t a ll ed. a progra m o f d e p endability a nd c reativity was l a un c hed. Instrumenta l in originating an off -beat s peci a l, th e Beatnik Blast H a lloween Dance. th e clas s also r eliab ly handled a nnu a l activities. Traditiona l class rings were ordered. with a nota bl e sales increase. The Christmas Ball set in th e Tivoli's C o l onial atmosphere glittered with holiday warmth in a s n owy setting of familiar yu l etide glamour. A M a y Frolic. which include d s u c h typical favorites as races and softball plus active part icipation by officers in th e Executive C o un c il rounde d out th e year. Engi n eers for enterta inm e n t, class officers lay foundations for a favori te event t h e C hri stmas Form al.
ALLEN, RETTA -Panama City, Panama Liberal Arts ALLEN, SANDRA SUE Miami, Florida Liberal Art s Basketball Allstar s Ij Basketball Intramural s Ij Tennis Intramurals Ij Bowling Intra murals 1; Table Tennis & Badm inton 1 A THERL Y I LILLIA N P. -Ancon, Canal Zone Medical Technology BRZEZINSKI, PATRICIA ANN -"Patty" -Colon, R. de P. Liberal Arts House Committee Officer 1; S. A. Secretary 2; Tropical Collegian Assistant Editor 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2 CALDITO, BALBINO "Bambino" -Panama City, Panama Business Administration Pan American Club, President; Track and Field Eventsj Swimming; Christmas Formal Advertisement Committee. Absorbed in electing their leaders, Sophomores meet at the first class assembly of the year. 73
CASAU S, P HILLIP Pu yallup, Washington Liberal Arts CAS E Y, KATHLEE N -Colon, R. de P. Secretarial CHASSlN, DOUGLAS -"Doug" -Ancon, C.Z. Liberal Arts DOWNI N G SUSA N LEE -"Sue" -Victoria Texa s Liberal Arts Conqu i s tador E ditor-in-Chief 2; "The L ark" 2; Bea tnik D a nce Comm. 2 ; Lounge C omm. 2; Chris t mas Fonnal Court 2; Valentine F o rmal 1 ; Phi The t a Kappa 1. D REN TAN, DAVID P. St. Petersburg, Florida Pre _Medical Christmas Fo rmal Chairman 1 ; Valentine F o rmal, Decoration Camm. 1; President Sophomore C lass 1; Biological Soci e t y Ii Beat n i k Dance Comm. Ii Lounge Decor ation Comm. 1 i Conq uistador, Ad Sta ff 2; liThe L a r k 2 ; Assembly Comm. Counci l man 1 FOLSE, DORO THY I'Dot" Colon, R de P L iberal Arts Basketball Allstars 2 ; Baske tball Intramur a L s, Capt. 2; Volleyball Intramural s 1 ; Softb all l n tramural s Ij Tenni s lntramural s I j Bowling l ntramura l s I j Tabl e Tenni s and Badminton lnt ramur a l s 1. CLARK, KARE Oceanside, lew York Business Administration COLAC ICCO, PATRICIA -Was h ington, D.C. Lib e r a l Arts DEJER NETTE, M I LDRED LOUISE "Millie" -Ancon, C. Z. -Pre-Medica l Volleyball Intramurals 2; Bask etball lnO'amural 2; Bowling Intramural 1; Tennis Intramural 1; liThe L a r kll Make _up Comm. Chairman 1 DINGWALL JOHN DAVID -Middleton, Penns ylvania Engineering DO N AHUE, EDW A RD J. -Colon, R. de P. DORFMAN, CELlA ANN "Cookie II -AnconJ C.Z. Lib e r a l Arts P an-America n Club 1; Ticket Seller 1 ; Financial Services Award.
GUNDERSEN, LOYD TOM "Sloyd" -Manhattan, New York Lib eral Arts GUPTON, ANITA SUZA NE "Suzie" Panama, R. de P. Secretarial Phi Theta Kappa, Secretary. HEALY, MRS. ALICE Lowell, Mass. HEARNE, JUDITH G. -"Judy" -Ancon, C. Z Liberal Arts HERN JO HN FRANKLIN -"Llack" -Ancon, C Z Business Administration Football Letterman 2. J I M INEZ, CARLOTA -Panama, R. de P Business Administration FUSSELMAN, W ILLIA M PAUL "Fuzz" Tamaqua, Pennsylvania -Liberal Arts GANGLE, RAN DOLPH ALA N -"Randy Ancon, C Z. Liberal Arts Delta Psi Omega, Business Manager 2; Coffee Party Comm. 1; Valentine Formal Comm. 1. GLORE, MRS. JOYCE L. -Toledo, Ohio Liberal Arts Western Illinois University 2; Girl Scout Leader 1. JONES REBA LAURENE Bellaire, Ohio Liberal Arts Phi Theta Kappa, Vice President; Tropical Collegian 2; Chorus 1, 2; Pan-American Club 2; Biological Society Secretary 2; Ping Pong Intramural 2. LIDER, SANDRA LOUISE "Sandy" -Wichita Falls, Texas -Liberal Arts Beatnik Comm. 2; Tennis Intra murals 2 LEON, LEIlA ANN IILeell Colon, R. de P. Business Administration Pan-American Club, Vice President 2; Intramural Volleyball 2; All-Star Volleyball Team 2; Intramural Basketball I, 2; All Star Basketball Team 1, Co-Capt. 2; Intramural Softball 2
MORGAN JAMES MURRAY "Jim" -Los Anl1es, California -Bus in ess Administration MURRY, BRENDA New York City, New York Secreta ria I ORR, MYRNA E. -Ancon, C Z. Business Administration Pan American C lub 2 PEARL, KENNETH ROBERT "Kenny" -Panama, R. de P. Bus in ess Administration Footba 11 2; Basketba II 1, 2. PHILBRICK, KENN ETH R. -Savannah, Georg i a Liberal Arts RENNIE, ELLEN A NNE "L N Ancon, C. Z. Liberal Arts Volleyball lntramurals Ij Basketball Intramurals I, 2; Basketball All Stars 2j Tennis All Stars 1; T ennis, Manager 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Tropical Collegian, Hwnor Editor 1,2; Beatnik Dance 2j Christmas Formal, Decorations Comm. 2j Lounge Decoration Comm. 2; North American Institute, Teacher 2j Singletons (Episcopal Church Group) 2. 76 LYEW, CHARLES Colon, R. de P. Liberal Arts Conquistador Staff, Ad Comm. 1; Pan -American Club I j B i o logical Society 1. MacKENZ IE, KENNETH W -New York City, New York Lib e ral Arts M ICHAELIS IRE N E MARIE "Josephine" -Ancon, C.Z. Terminal Secretarial Cheerleade r 2; Tropical Collegian, Contributing Ed itor 1,2; Conquistador Advertising Staff 1 2j Manager 2j Phi Theta Kappa 2. RIGBY, W I LLiAM C -D enve r, Colorado Liberal Arts RILEY, MRS. MARCIA C olon, Panama Secr e tari a l ROBERSO N, LEILA M. Fort O glethorp, Georgia Liberal Arts
ROSE, DOUGLAS B. "Doug" -Chicago, Illinois L iberal Arts Football 1,2; All Zone Football Team 2; Track 1,2. SCHULTZ, CHARLOTTE IILotty" Panama, R. of P. Medica I Technology SCHWALM, ALBERT -"AI" Panama R. of P. Bachelor of Science WEBSTER, NANCY B. "Belle" Colon, R. of P. L iberal Arts Student A ssoc iation Treasurer 2; Freshman Class Secretary 1; Freshman-Sophomore Banquet 1; Conquistador Staff 2; Valentine Formal Comm. 1; Biological Society 2; Christmas Formal Court 2. WILLlAMS, W I LLlAM HBill" Panama, R. of P. Liberal Arts Student Association Vice President 2; Delta Psi Omega 1, President 2; "The Lark 2; Tropical Collegian 2; Valentine Formal Comm. Chairman 1; Christmas Formal Comm. 1,2; Beatni k Dance Comm. 2; Lounge Comm. 2; Safety Comm. 2 W O MBLE, EDWARD H. -"Harroll" Portsmouth, Virginia Business Administrati on Football 1,2. SHERIDA N Ill, WILLIAM J -South Bend, Indiana Liberal Arts SMITH, BET T Y J. -Laurel, Mississippi Liberal Arts Tropical Collegian, Editor 2; Phi Theta Kappa, President 2; Who s Who; Loung e Redecoratin g Com_ mittee. STEWART, DELANO H "Stu" Para iso, C.Z. Liberal Arts Sophom'ore Class Vice Pres ident 1; Camera Club President 1; Delta Psi Omega. VALE, GRACE WAGlNBRETH, LINDA WATSON, CA T HERll'JE J "Pudgie" -Guntersv ille Liberal A rts Phi Theta Kappa Treasurer 2; Biological Society 1; FGA A Scholarship 2; Basketball All Stars 2; Volleyball All Stars 2. 77
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ARCHI E CARROLL President CAROLYN MUSS E LMA N Treasur e r PATRIC IA LANE SecretaI)' ,I. ,1 V ice_President Freshman Cla ss Office r s The Freshma n literally lived up to their name as they livened traditional activities with a n origina l approach a nd instigated several fresh ideas. Leading th e largest class in J. C. history, th e four officers, elec t e d soon after f all r e g istr atio n found many willing s upporters in their number. Their nov e l approach reflected itself i n s uch activities as selling th e p opular J. C. sweatshirts bearing the sch oo l crest a nd transforming th e V a lentin e Formal int o a moonlight cruise o n the "Las Cruces. Whil e th e couples d a nced, they transited the Canal to Gatun Lake a nd returned within three h ours. Their final event, th e Ann ual Freshme nSophomore Banqu e t wa s held at F ort Amador Army-Navy Club, where Freshmen bid adios to departing S o phomores and Dean Hackett, com pl eting his service as Dean of the Junio r C ollege. MARGARET GATELY Sponsor
ALEMAN, MARY T. -"Terry -Cristobal, C. Z. Commercial Cheerleader 1; Tropical Collegian 1; "The L a r k 1; Basketball lntra 1; Basketball All Sta r s 1; Volley_ ball Intra 1; Tennis Intra 1; Bowling Intra 1; Archery Intra. 1. ALLEN, PRISCILIA J -"Pris -Panema, R de P Medical Technology Biological Society 1; Chorus 1. A NDE RSON, GARY -Ancon, C Z Lib e r a l Arts / 92 ACKER, Sf-lERRY L. Ancon, C Z. Liberal Arts Basketball Intra 1; Biological Society, Vice Pres ident 1 ADAMS, J OA N -Yuga City, California L i b eral Arts A DAMS, ROBERT W "Bob Panama, R. de P. Engineering ANDERSON, K IRSTEN -Ft. Devens, Mass Lib eral A rts ARIAS, FER NAN DO P anama, R de P. Business Administrati on ASHTON, JACQUEUN E E "Jacki e -Colon, R de P. Cheerleader 1; October, December Coffee Party 1 ; Christmas Formal Comm. 1. AUED, MIGUEL -Panama, R. de P. Engineering BAGGOT, MAX INE -New York City, New York Liberal Arts BALTOZER, DIA NNE L. -" Di" -Panama, R de P. Commercial Basketball Intra. 1; Volleyball Intra. I i Bowling Intra. 1
BARKER, BEVERLY -Las Vegas, Nevada Commercia l BATEMA ,jOHN -Panama, R. de P. Liberal Arts BEARDALL, WILLIS H -"Willy" -Colon, R. de P. Engineering Pan American Club Ij Camera Club 1; "The Lark" 1; Christmas Formal Comm. 1; Translator for Latin American Students 1. BERG, STANLEY -Panama, R. de P. Liberal Arts BlLONICK, MIRKO A. "Biloll Panama, R de P. Business Administration BOLSTAD, VERNON -San juan, Puerto Rico Engineering BONNEAU, SHIRLEY -Ancon, C.Z. Liberal Arts BOTZENMA VER, LYNN -San juan, Puerto Rico Commercial BOWMAN, BEVERLY A. -"Bev" Ancon, C.Z. Liberal Arts Cheerleader Captain 1; "The Lark" Ij Basketball Intra. 1; Christmas Formai. Comm. 1; Pep Rally Comm. 1; Volleyball Intra. Ij Bowling Intra. Manager 1. BEHAL, ROBERT E. "Reb" -Seattle, Washington Engineering BENNETT, J0l-fl\J -Panama, R. de P. Libera I Arts BENSON, NANCY F West Paint, New York Liberal Arts 93
BOYD, JAMES F -Tylertown, M issi ss ippi Liberal Arts BRAUN J MARILYN J. "Lynnl1 -Ancon, C Z Liberal Arts Basketball mtra. 1 ; Basketball All Sta r s 1; Functions Comm. 1; Volleyball Intra. 1; Bowling Intr a 1.' BRONSON, SAN D RA D "Sandi' Pa ris, Texas Liberal Arts Conquistador, Layout Staff 1; Tropical Collegi a n Business Manager 1 BRO WN, ASHTON A ncon C. Z. Medical Technology BRO WN, CA ROL J. -T ampa, F lorida Liberal Arts All S tar Basketball 1 ; Biologica l Society 1. CAMP, JR. W ILLlA M E. "Billil -P a nama, R d e P. Liberal Arts C ONN EDWA RD M ... 1IEddi e Ancon, C.Z Medical Technology Pan American Club 1; Conquistador Staff, C o Sports Editor 1 ; "The L a r k Acting and Productio n Staff 1; Chris tmas Formal Committee 1 ; Beatnik Dance Committee 1 ; Valentine Formal Committee 1 ; B iological Soc i e t y 1; College Community Chorus and Orchestra 1. CONOVER, M I R lA M R M i mi" -Panama, R. de P. Business Admi n i stratio n Conquistadore Assistant P icture Edi t o r 1; Biological Society 1; Beatni k Dance Committee. CUNNINGHAM, L INDA Panama, R. de P. Liberal Arts 94 CARROLL, ARCHIE B. -Jacksonville, Florida Engineering Fres hman Class Pre sident 1; Var sity Football 1 ; Varsity Tra c k 1; Varsity Ba s k etball 1; E xecutive Council 1; Assembly C omm. 1. CARTER, ELlA A. "Ell ita" Panama, R. de P. Lib e r a l Arts Cheerleader 1; Christmas Formal C omm. 1; Pep Rally Comm. 1; "The Lark" Production St a ff 1. ClARLO, FREDER ICK H. "Fred" -Dayton, Ohio En gineering
I EARL E, G UILLERMO -Panama, R de P Engineering EQDLEMAN, E DWARD HENRY Edd i e P anama, R. de P Liberal Arts Conq u istador Photographer 1 ; "The Larkll; Biologica l Soci e t y 1 ; Pan American Club 1; Camera Club 1 ; Christmas Fo rmal Comm. 1 ; Beatnik Dance Comm. 1. E D MO N D SO N RA LPH Ancon, C.Z. Science Engineering D A I SEY, BREN D A L. Panama, R de P Secretaria l DE LA G UA RDIA, JORGE -San Jose, C osta Rica S c ience Engineering DE LA ROSA H ERMOGE I\ 'ES Panama, R de P. Science Engineering DOUGLASS, A NNE T. Marsh fi e ld, W isconsi n Liber a l Arts Basketball Intramura ls 1 ; Biological Society 1 ; T ennis lntramura l s 1 DRE NN AN, MARY E. "Libby" Washington, D.C. Secreta r i a l "The L ark" I Pr oduction Sta ff and Make_ u p Committee 1 ; P a n America n Club 1 ; Chri s tmas F onna l 1 ; C amer a Club. DREYER, S T EPHA NIE M "Steff i e C olon R de P Lib e r a l Arts P a n America n Club 1; Beatnik D ance Committee Ij R ainbow Girls P os t Worthy Adviso r EGGER, P A T R ICIA I I Patty C o l on, R. de P Lib e r a l Arts Cheerleader 1; Pep Rally 1; liThe Lark" Production Sta ff 1; Basketball Intramura l s 1j Volleyball lntr a mura l s 1. ELIA PAULETTE V i n e land, New Jersey Liberal Arts EN GELKE MA R Y ALICE -Panama, R de P Secretaria l 9S
FARR, SAM I Panama, R. de P. Business Administration FERAUD, JETZABEL -Panama, R. de P. Commercial FLOYD, JULEE LYNN -"Coconut" Jacksonville, Florida -Medical Technology Conquistador Ad Staff 1 ; Tenni s T o urnament 1; Biological Society 1. GLUCH, JOH N Charleroi Pennsy lvania Engineerin g HERN, RICHARD Panama, R. de P Engineering HESTERS J GRADY -Decatur, Indiana L iberal Arts 96 FOGLE, HELEN M -Colon, R. de P. Liberal Arts Biolog ical Society. FORTU N E, JOHN P anama, R de P. Liberal Arts FREIERSHAUS PAULINE -"Firehouse" Panama, R. de P -Commercial Basketball Intramural 1; Bowling Intramural 1j Volleyball Intramural Ij Softball Intramural 1; Archery Intra_ mura11. FULOP, ROS ANNE Colon, R. de P. Lib e ral Arts FUNC HESS, KENNETH La Fayetta, Alabama Liberal Arts GALDE.ANO, IRE N E lila ltaliana" Stockton, California Secretarial
KALB, ANN -"Annie" -Panama, R. de P. Libera 1 Arts Conquistador, Ass 't. Editor 1; Beatnik Dance Comm. 1 ; "The Larkll Production Staif 1; Christmas Formal Comm. 1 ; Pep Rally Comm. 1; Tennis Intramurals 1; Cheerleader KASKA, THOMAS "Farmer" Panama, R. de P Liberal Arts KILPATRICK, GEORGE "Skipperoo" Wash ington, D C. Engineering K I MBERLING, BRYCE -Vancouver, Washington Liberal 'Arts K I RKLAND, HAZEL-Ancon, C.Z. Commercial LASHER, T IMOTIiY -"Tim" Colon, R. de P. Liberal Arts HILL, MRS. BARBARA -Dallas, Texas Secretarial IZQUIERDO, MARlA MERCEDES IIMarcy" Guayama, Puerto Rico -Liberal Arts Pan American Club, Secretary 1; Basketball intramural 1; Girls, All Stars Basketball 1; liThe Lark" 1; Tropical Collegian 1; Chorus -College 1; Bowling Inttamurals 1; Volleyball Intramurals 1; Archery Intramurals 1. JENKINS, DAVID H. -"Ironhead" -Los Angeles, California Liberal Arts Football 1 ; Track 1 ; Basketball 1. LAWLER, J OHN -Panama, R. de P. Libera I Arts LIPPll'lCOTT, LIVIA -Springfield, Massachussetts Business Administration LOCKHART, Wll..LIAM HUNTER -"Bill" -Dothan, Alabama Engineering Camera Club 1. 9 7
McKENNON, Wll.BERT -Ancon, C.Z. Liberal Arts McGOWIN, JR., WTI.LIAM DAVID "Buster" -Fort Myers, Florida Business Administration McKEOWN, HENRY Panama, R. de P. Liberal Arts 98 MALIA, THOMAS -"Tom" -Ancon, C. Z. Engineering MANTOVANI, JACQUELINE F. -"Jackie" -Panama, R. de P. Secretarial Basketball Intramural 1 j Tennis Intramural 1 j Volleyball I ntra mural 1. MARTIN, REBECCA G. "Becky" Washington, D .C. Liberal Arts Basketball 1i Tennis 1; Biological Society 1. MAYNARD WEND ILL -Ancon, C.Z. Pre-Medical McFARlAND III, W ILLIA M HOWARD "Willy" -Missoula, Montana McGANN, CAROLYN ELIZABETH "Snookiell -Colon, R de P. Liberal Arts Biological Society 1. METCALF, M I CHAEL ASHTON "Mike" -Minerals Wells, Texas Engineering METHENY, MARVrN -"Maynard" -Hattiesburg, Mississippi -Liberal Arts MONZON, ROSE MARY "Rosie" Ancon, C.Z. Commercial Camera Club 1.
MORTON, CHARLES -"Chuck" -San Francisco, California -Engineering MOSELEY, DOROTHY AN N -"Dotty Hillbilly" DeQueen, Arkansas Secretarial Science Pan American 1 MOYA, L YDlA ESTHER -"Lee" -San juan, Puerto Rico Secretarial Conquistador, Busi ness Manager 1 ; Pan American 1 MUSSEUv1AN, CAROLYN -"Carol" -Ancon, C.Z. Liberal Arts SAEC Treasurer 1; Basketball Intramural 1 ; Tenni s Intramural 1 ; College Community Chorus. EY, MRS. SHIRLEY -Colon, R. de P. Liberal Arts O DONNEL, CLA IRE R. -Portland, Maine Liberal Arts Basketball Intramural, Capt. 1; Basketball Varsi t y 1; Volleyball Intramural 1; Chess Club 1; Bowling Intramural. PIPKIN, ALAN -Austin, Texas Liberal Arts POLLACK, KENNETH "Flaco" San Raphael, Californi a Liberal Arts POWELL, DARLEE "La Espanolitall Norfolk, Virginia Liberal Arts Conquistador Staff 1; Pan American Club. PARKER, J OHN -Fort Worth, Texas Engineering PEARCE, DIM ITY CARRlE "Dee" Ancon, C. Z Liberal Arts PETERS, LOU I S E -San juan, Puerto Rico Secretarial 99
PUTATURO, GElANA G -"CiJill y -D alhart, Texas Secretaria l Volleyball Intramural 1 ; Softb all Intramural 1 RAGER Cl-IARLES -"Charlie -Washington D C. -Engineering RAMSEY, D A N IEL F. IIDan" Pogoso Springs, C olorad o Engineering RO DRIGUEZ FLORE NTINO SA N CHE Z LEON ID A S -"Cho l o Leo" -Panama, R de p Busi ness Admi n i stratio n SAN DER, R OBERT Panama, R de P. Lib eral Arts SMITI-I, HAROLD Ancon, C Z Business Administratio n "The L ark" S M ITH, SHI RLEY ANNE -" S h irl" -C o l o n R. d e P. C ommer c ial Basket ball Intramural 1; Bowling Intr amura l 1. SO UTI-IWELL, CAROLYN C andy A ncon C Z Lihera l Arts liThe Lark" 100 S CHROEDER L E ONARD T L e n Ft. Go r d o n Georgi a Eng ineering SCHWARZROCK CURTI S HEN RY "Sweets II -P a nama, R. d e P. Business Administration SM ITH, F RAN K -Ancon, C.Z. Busin e s s Administration liThe L ark"
TAYLOR, ROBERT J. -"Bob" -Springfield, Ohio Architecture TURNER, JOBEY -"Prim ito" -Ancon, C. Z. Liberal Arts VALEN TINE, PHYLLIS ANN "Phylll Miami Florida Libera I Arts Cheerleader 1; Beatnik Dance Comm. 1; Christmas Formal Comm. 1; Valentine Formal Comm. 1 SPECTOR, HELEN -Ancon, C.Z. Commercial SPRAGUE, ROBERT HOW A RD -"Bob" Ancon, C.Z. Liberal Arts STEPHA N, W ll..LlAM 'IBill" Brooklyn, New York Business Administration STEVENSON, JAMES -"Jimlt -Denison, Liberal Arts STRATFORD, LYN KAYE -"Mimi, Lynnie" Mason City, Iowa -Liberal A rts SWlNEHEART, LEWIS STANLEY "Stan" Ft. Smith, Arkansas Liberal Arts Tropical Collegian, Sports Editor 1; Conquistador, Co-Sports Editor I, "The Lark" Production Staff 1; Christmas Formal Comm. 1; Christmas Coffee Party Comm. 1. WALlACE, SANDM Colon, R. de P Liberal Arts WARDLOW, EDWil'J JAMES "Eddie" -Sardinia, Ohio Engineering WIDNER, DALFORD Cullman, Alabama Sc ience Engineering 101
W ILLlAMS-Ancon, c.z. Engineering MARINA WILMOTH-"Mary"-Barranquilla, Colombia Business Administration Basketball Intramurals, All-stars 1 ; Tennis lntramura ls 1; Beatnik Dance Committee 1. EDISO N W I RTZ, JR. _"Eddie"_Bevard, N Carolina. Liberal Arts Biology Club 1 ; Skin Diving C1llb 1; Scout Advisor. l'vlARClA WOODRUFF Easton, Pennsylvania Liberal Arts Conquistador Advertisin g Staff. AUSTI LUTHER Part Time TIle Lark" JI M MOREE Time Spirit flourishes on the Jamboree train as football enthusi as t s compose new cheers and chant traditional ones. 102
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LABORATORIOS PRIETO, S.A has receiv e d th e appro v a l a nd r ecogni t i on of t h e n ational in du stry f o r its high standards a nd fin e produc t s A s k always f o r products o f the LABO R A T O RIOS P RIETO, S. A Ap arta d o 845 3 0 475 3-4926 CIA, F O R D S.A. M a hogany -Ced a r M aria Lumber Deposit B S t reet No. 6 Public Service Garage P a n a m a R. d e P 2-12 2 8 5-234 8 MOTORES HULL, S.A. Any occasi o n will b e a R o m a n H olida y w hen y o u travel in o n e o f M o t o res Hull's m o dern c h ario t s A favorite w ith th e interna ti o n a l set th e j aunty Fia t has a lso a ttract e d Millie D e j ern ette a nd D o u g Chassin I t s classi c SimpliC ity, its c ustom design e d c o m fort, it s imperia l performa nce continue th e tradition of s uperi o r Ita li a n craftman ship. In the congenial atmosphere of M o t o res Hull, whic h we lcomes all v i s it o r s y o u can b e assure d o f con s id e r a t e atte n tio n t o yo u r discrim inatin g c h o ice w h e ther it be suburban o r Metro po litan. Panama, R d e P 5 109 1
Panama, R. d e P. In the sophisticated atmosphere of Ricardo's Jewelry Store, surrounded by und e r stated e legance and th e gleam of polished silver, Pat Lane, Mike Clipper, and Doug Chassin discover a r ich assortment of jewels a nd flatw are. Whether you are shopping for diamonds, completing, or even starting a silver service, Ricardo' s offers the greatest q uality, care, and variety of merchandise. When you buy s ilver to last a life time, you may be most assured that Ricardo's i s truly th e epitome of jewelers in Panama. Apartado 3208 DOEL AGENCY Panama R. d e p, D oe l A g e n c y has in-v it e d P a t Egge r a nd D a vid J enkins to v erify th e bu s in e s s world's consen sus o f th e w orldf a m o u s A dd o adding machines, Marchant cal c ul a t o rs, and Adle r typewrite r s In adding th e asset s for these comme r c i a l m a rvels, P a t a nd Dave agree o n th e hi g h p erforma nce, quality, a nd b o nu s o f ease a nd effi c i e ncy. S uccessf u l bus iness-men a nd secr e t aries rel y O n th e time-saving service of these invaluable office machines. 5-0175
S leek Swi f t Spectacular S UNBEAM A LPI NE '62 c r own in g achievem ent in s p o rts car perfection COLON MOTORS, INC. Hillman, Humbe r and Sunbeam d eale r s Panama, R d e P. BLOK AGENCIES Cia Real H olandesa d e V a p o res C alle 3 5 Y Ju s t o A rosem e n a P a n a ma, R. d eP. Whe n y o u a r e pl anning a trip, d on't jus t stand th e re, pu s h o p e n th e door s o f th e Blo k Ag e n c ies and ente r into a fabul o u s n e w world o f travel. R epresenting all th e m a j o r airlines thro u ghout the w orld, Blok Age n c ies a l so o ff e r s th e luxury of a sea voyage w ith th e R o y a l Ne th erlands Steam ship C ompany. F o r th e best in air and sea travel v i sit Blok. 2-1669 5-2446 6-52447
Panama, R. d e P Courtes y o f COMPANIA ASTOR, S.A. LA ESTRELLA DE PANAMA STAR & HERALD CO. Panama, R. deP. For the day's news Libby Drennan and Ed Eddleman rely on the Star and Herald for the most comprehensIVe coverage of up-to-the-minute world events. Over 100 years of service b y the Star and Herald have brought the news completely and accurately to t h e Panamanian and Canal Zone communities. Each issue covers the world from every angle, making it smaller and more understandable. "For the cause that lacks assistance: For the wrong that needs resistance: For the future in the distance And the good that I can do. 5 2327 5-2368 2-0900
AUTO CINE DRIVE-IN THEATER #730 4 On e of J C s favor i t e s pots fo r r e laxatio n and enjoyment i s th e Auto-Cine The only o n e o f its kind in th e P a n a m a a r e a it o ff e r s a mpl e parking facilities equippe d with a udiospeakers, a gall ery a rea of seats, and a n excell ent club h o use whic h s upplies s u c h Drivein favorites as hotdogs, p o pcorn, a nd Coke. J e l a n a Put aturo a nd G ary A nderson will sure l y e nj o y a n excell ent movie a nd courteou s ser v ice fro m their g allery seat s a t P a n ama's Auto-Cine .... : U HACIENDA FIDANQUE, S.A. Q u a li ty Farm Fresh Eggs a nd C hi c k e n Since 1 939 Pa nama, R. d e P 2 6303 2-6304 P a nama, R de P. Compliments of t h e Graduating Class 1962
EL RANCHO GARDENS 23 Calle Geronemo d e la Ossa Mimi Rodriques and Steve Casau s are enjoying a pleasant evenin g at E l Rancho Gardens. A highlight in the social whirl of the Junior College Student, El Rancho combines attractive atmosphere, fine service and food, and delightful music to form an ideal spot to meet old friends or Panama, R. de P to make new acquaintances. As the fiesta headquarters for the Cana l Zone and P a n ama, E l Ranc ho fills all visitors with the spirit o f carnival and i s surpassed by non e as a favorite nightspot with the young and old a like.
CIA. CYRANOS, S.A. Panama, R. de P. Tivoli Crossing AusnN TALLER BORGWARD BODY AND FENDE R REPAIR SHOP Automobile Row 5-1674 If Doug Fullop and Ed Conn l earne d their apparent (?) skills from th e workmen at Taller Borgward, it's a cinc h that this car i s in g oo d hand s The r e pair s hop with th e most mod ern body pow e r tools, Borgw ard does fine w ork from body straightening to painting a t a low price. Body a nd F e nd e r R epair Mechanics in gen e r a l TALLER BORGWARD 2-1790 Inte rest e d in bu y in g a car ? M a r s h a W oo d ward, Libby Drenn a n a n d Julee Flo yd can be s ure th a t th e y w ill b e ser ve d we ll at Cyra n os. Dealin g in Willys, A u stinHealy's and P e ugeots, Cyra nos combines s e r v ice a nd a trus t-worthy n a m e fo r a winnin g combin a ti o n in auto d eale r s
HOTEL INTERNACIONAL Plaza 5 de Mayo Ken Philbrick and Kathy Reeder have every reason to appear content as they v i sit the Internati onal Hotel restaurant. Dinner served by experienced personnel in the faintly oriental atmosphere of t h e Internation a l i s truly a gourmet' s delight. Whether you plan an intimate dinner for two or a gay party, the excellent service, pleasant music, and reasonable prices of the Internati o n a l make i t truly a meeting place of the sophistica tes. t COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND P anama, R. deP.
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REFLECTIONS ... are the brief seconds, when we know that we, the students of today, are the mirrors of yesterday and the images of omorrow.
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM F. STEPHAN JR.
"CANAL ZONE COLLEGE LlBRAKY'"