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Cristobal High School
Volume 57 Coco Solo, Canal Zone
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"To help the young soul, to add energy, inspire hope, and
blow the coals into a useful flame; to redeem defeat by new
thought and firm action, this, though not easy, is the work
of divine men."
The 1974 CARIBBEAN staff wishes to dedicate this
Annual to Mr. Luke C. Palumbo-teacher, coach,
counselor, friend-in appreciation for his numerous con-
tributions to the students of Cristobal High School.
Mr. Palumbo was born in Mahoningtown, Pa. and
attended high school in Hubbard, Ohio. He graduated from
Northwest Missouri State College with a Bachelor of
Science Degree and majors in Chemistry, General
Science, and Physical Education.
In 1943 Mr. Palumbo came to the Canal Zone and was
employed at CHS teaching Physical Education, Science,
and Health Education. For more than two decades he
coached various athletic teams and it was in this capacity
that he achieved special distinction. He was the founder of
the "Jamboree" and has had two "Jamboree" games and
S the 1973 Shrine Bowl Game dedicated to him.
Since 1968 Coach Palumbo has been the attendance
Counselor at CHS.
a teacher In the 1974-75 school year we shall certainly miss the
presence of Coach Palumbo, whose winning personality
and unselfish labor in school activities have long made him
a favorite among faculty and students.
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Friendship is love and mutual faith
Receiving, sharing too;
Never demanding, just understanding
Comforting, tender, and true.
Friendship is a gentle, fragile thing,
Yet tenuous and strong,
It stretches out and reaches far
And lasts a whole life long.
And when the light of friendship shines,
On rain in clouds nearby,
Then lovely bands of color arch
A rainbow in life's sky.
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Memories can be such beautiful things,
Frail, ethereal as butterflies' wings;
Bits of bright jewels, part of you
Built of our thoughts so lovely and
Each one a blessing deep in the heart,
Each in experience having its start
For friendship's a diamond, like a
That shines through the darkness
wherever you are.
It fills the gray corners with life's
And leaves the soul brilliant in
Life can hold nothing more beautiful,
Than friendship's sweet memories
Friends at play.
"A friend in need is a friend indeed."
Friends working together
Mr. David Speir
superintendent of schools
Mr. James Pfau
principal of C.H.S.
Mr. Luke Palumbo
Office Staff: FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Bullinger, Mrs. Allen, Miss Griffiths
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Mr. Mowery and Mrs.
,Gegg have the awesome task
of introducing the many
different job opportunities and
college courses which students
I may encounter upon leaving
n CHS and the Canal Zone. Both
0 .counselors strive to recognize
S, each student's natural talents
', which may enable that student
to excel in a special field. The
Y' Iowa Basic Skills Tests, the
S.A.T. and the A.C.T. are all
ways of determining just where
the natural talent lies. The
counselors' jobs don't stop
there, either. At the end of the
year they must prepare the
schedules for the following
school year. Indeed they have
quite a responsibility trying to
satisfy parents, teachers and
Mr. Mowery, Boys' Counselor
Mrs. Gegg, Girls Counselor
"The doctor is in..."
The clinic provides the students and faculty with
special care for the aches and pains that arise during
the course of each day. In addition to emergency first
aid, the staff performs routine health check-ups on
"Being sick in school does have it's advantages."
Wayne West, Camille Alvirez, Pam Moebus,
The purpose of the library is to provide good
reading materials, information on all kinds of subjects,
and leisure books. The school librarian, Mr. Wells
takes special interest in helping individual students.
The school library is a very necessary part of CHS life.
How right you are Mr. Wells!
Sandy Krupa "super reader"
English is the largest department at CHS. It is a required subject,
since the ability to understand and to use one's language is considered
necessary for success in any endeavor.
Cristobal High School has recently adopted one of several
varieties of the "New English"-THE OREGON CURRICULUM. This
thoroughly coordinated program aims at developing the student's
skills of communication, while interesting them in the origin and struc-
ture of language. In addition, it offers a copious selection of good
literature to stimulate the imagination and to encourage further literary
English 7B, and 7
English II, IV
English I, Speech and Drama
English III, IV
English 7, 8
English 7, 8, 8B
English III, Journalism
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English I, II, III
Geometry, Introd. Analysis,
and Algebra II
Mr. Cowley, Mr. Grubbs,
Algebra I and II General Math,
Mr. Mazzoni, Mrs. Witcher,
Math 7 and Math 8 Geometry
The Computer Age is now.
Although Mathematics may
seem to be declining in impor-
tance because of computers,
its importance has actually in-
creased. Cristobal Junior-
Senior High School, having
realized the importance of
Mathematics, has a wide field
for mathematics to choose
from, ranging from General
Math to Introductory Analysis.
Chemistry and Physiology
Mr. J. Palumbo
Introd. Physical Science
Mr. T. Palumbo,
Introd. Physical Science
Earth Science, Physics
In addition to the usual
courses offered in the Science
Department, Cristobal has
added a Physiology class this
year. The Physiology class is
an experimental class, but it is
hoped that it will become a per-
manent offering among the
sciences. The other science
courses offered are: Life
Science, Earth Science, In-
troduction to Physical Science,
Biology, Chemistry and
Physics. Many students have
benefited from Cristobal's ex-
tensive Science program.
"Santa's little elves"
The Industrial Arts department offers four
groups of courses: Mechanical Drawing,
Woodworking, Metal Shop, and Plastics. Neatness,
correct lines, measurement, and following instruc-
tions are stressed.
Mr. Lassila Mr. Holloway
"Cooking is a drag" Gee, this stuff is swell!
The aims of the Home Ec. courses are to provide girls with knowledge help-
ful for their futures as homemakers. Emphasis is placed on foods and nutrition,
clothing selection and construction, and family living. Each person who takes this
course participates fully in each phase of home economics.
III 7 and 8
Mr. Koziol Mr. Shank
A.l-. Art I teaches the students to develop drawing skills and to
study design concepts. Painting, lettering, poster making, and
crafts are also taught in Art 1. Art II through IV allows the student to
get more involved with art appreciation. The student becomes
more individualistic by taking on the responsibilities of staying with
a project until it is successfully finished. Originality is also stressed.
Mr. Shank teaches Art 7 and Art 8 which introduces the student to
drawing, painting, lettering, ceramics, and to the use of craft tools,
and potter's wheels.
The band couldn't get any
Beginners, Intermediate and
Senior Bands. B.A. University of
Florida; M.A. Eastman School of
Beginner's Band is a specialized class for
students wishing to learn the basic techniques of a
band or an orchestral instrument. Emphasis is placed
7 on the development of good tone and the reading of
Intermediate Band is for students who have had
two semesters of Beginner's Band and who wish to
continue their musical pursuits. The class provides a
chance for students to work with elementary
Z symphonic music.
The Senior Band is the acme of a students
musical career at CHS. It serves the school by
providing music for assemblies, football games, pep
rallies, and other appropriate occasions.
The music program also provides courses in
/ chorus where students learn how to sing and read
music. The chorus puts on several concerts each
The purpose of the social science courses at CHS is to help
students learn about their world, its past, its present and its
relationship to them.
The goal of the social studies teacher is to help the student obtain
an objective view of history, and to give him a basis for examining and
understanding international problems and relations.
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The business Education
department has an excellent selec-
tion of courses for students in-
terested in the field of business.
The courses offered by this depart-
ment include Typing, Shorthand,
Bookkeeping, and General
As each student takes the
business courses he desires, he
will discover many interesting and
helpful hints that apply to the wide
business world of today.
Typing I, II,
Shorthand I, Bookkeeping
Typing I and
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The Foreign Language depart-
ment at CHS offers courses in three
modern languages; French,
Spanish, and Russian. In all
Language courses speaking, writing,
reading, and understanding of the
language are stressed. This system
involves intensive oral practice in the
language laboratory. In addition the
history and culture of the respective
countries are discussed in order to
increase the student's understan-
ding of countries other than his own.
From left to right, BACK ROW: Alan Cheshire, Don Grove, Carl Heath, Karen Goulet, Michelle Darcy, Jorge Padro, Nick
Quinones. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Palatinus, sponsor; Susan Wieslogel, Billy Brown, Anne Loyd, Debbie Coe, Teresa Varoz,
Linda Mendenhall, Jeanne Fiely, Susan Gilbert, Mr. Johnson, business manager; FRONT ROW: Vicki Whipple, Ana Ubben,
Marsha Dew, Cindy Heath, editor; Evelyn Barraza, Jane Moore and DeeAnn Hubble.
When Will The Yearbooks Arrive?
This year, as in years past, the main concern of the Caribbean staff
was meeting deadlines. Anyone peeking in room 246 would notice that the
password seemed to be rush, rush, rush. Once again the staff was
questioned, "Will the yearbooks arrive on time?"
No one can truthfully answer that question beforehand. There are ar-
ticles to be written, typed, and proof-read. There are pictures to be taken,
developed, and printed. Then the actual pages must be planned to bring
the articles and pictures together.
Will the yearbooks arrive on time?"
The best reply for that lies in the bustle of activity which the staff ex-
hicits around the clock. We try. We are doing our best.
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A glimpse into the darkroom.
Anne Loyd and Susan Weislogel hard at work.
Mrs. Palatinus and Cinay Heath planr-ng
BACK ROW: Sponsor; Mr. Renno, Robin Mullis, Anne
Jeanne Fiely, Jane Moore, Debbie Reynolds.
The Tradewind Staff is made up of students from
Journalism classes, and others interested in journalism.
The staff puts out one paper each month. Mr. Renno is
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LEFT TO RIGHT. Pam Moebus, Vicki Whipple, Deb-
bie Reynolds. Robert Cintron.
Co-editor, Victor Lee; Editor, Robin Mullis
The Quill and Scroll is an international honorary society for High
School journalists. This is the first year that the chapter at CHS has been
active. Membership is selective and all members must have made outstan-
ding contributions in the field of journalism. All have had experience work-
ing on the Tradewind, and many have held responsible positions on the
staff. Mr. Renno is the sponsor of the Quill and Scroll Society.
BACK ROW: Left to right: Cynthia Heath, Mr. Renno, sponsor; Robin Mullis, FRONT ROW: Jackie Johnson, Jeannie Fie-
ly, Sheila Brannan, Vicki Whipple and Victor Lee.
STUDENT ASSOCIATION ENCOURAGES
The student Association has
been an important part of Cristobal
High School for many years. The
purpose of its existence is to en-
courage the exchange of ideas
among students. It is the outlet
from which, you, the students can
make a change in the school.
After a long week of cam-
paigning the officers were elected
and they, in turn, are working
together with the S.A. Represen-
tatives to meet the pleas and
demands of the students.
S. A. officers: Charlie Cleveland (Pres.), Debbie Alberga (Sec.), Jim Valentine (Treas.),
Victor Lee (Vice-Pres.).
S. A. Representatives, FRONT ROW: Karen Paine, Frances Lance Hubp, Debbie Cleveland, Eunice Zachary, Carol Berger,
Fairman, Linda Parsons, Lori Fairman, Mike Brannon, John Thesesa Behre, Ricky Ramos, Josefa Gonzales, Carlos Colon.
Snider, James Palomares, Larry Brown, SECOND ROW: Fran- FOURTH ROW: Charlie Cleveland, Victor Lee, Debbie Alberga, Jim
cisco Lee, Andy Norval, Susan Bell, Paul Alexaitus, Julie Moebus, Valentine.
Linda Loizeaux, Mirna Hormechea, Peter Sanchez. THIRD ROW:
EXPRESSION OF NEW IDEAS
Victor Lee types a letter to the governor.
Barbara Bloemer and Terri Overstreet doing a skit during Campaign Week.
Charlie Cleveland, S. A. President.
"Deck the Halls with...?"
AFTER TEACHING...CARIBE CLUB MEMBERS
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George Brannon "Mr. Greg, you've changed"
"Hey Howard, we can't read upside-down,
Becky Casey "It's amazing how fast these kids catch on!"
"Carlos Colon teaches the Jr. High the facts of life"
REJOICE AT BECOMING STUDENTS AGAIN!
The Caribe Club (Future
I.::;:: Teachers of America) was formed
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better understanding of the
S. teaching profession. All students
with a "B" average were invited to
join in the latter part of their
freshman year. An Initiation Ban-
: / quet was held in October at the Fort
: Gulick Officers' Club to initiate all
:: " new members. Student Teacher's
SDay was held on November 14 and
., was a great success. If all goes
well, another Student Teacher's
k Day will be held at the end of the
year. In addition, a tutoring service
is offered for fellow students. All in
all, the Caribe Club is one of the
most useful organizations in the
school. Mr. Wells was this years
Caribe Club sponsor.
(FRONT, left to right) Janet Katsumoto, Karen Jones, Debbie
Carey (vice-president), David Dailor, George Medina, Debbie
Howard, Cheri Hieronymus, Susan Styles, Robbie Currier, Karen
Cintron. Dawn Starret, Lourdes Suarez, Clara Stone. SECOND
ROW: Shiela Brannon, Ricky Ramos, Greg Stowers, James
Amason, Jane Moore (historian), Drummond McNaughton, Jim
Valentine, Chito Ubben, Josefa Gonzales, Jackie Johnson, Patty
Valentine, Evelyn Barraza. THIRD ROW: Victor Lee (president),
Francisco Hamilton, Carl Anderson, Richard Greene, Cynthia
Heath, Mirna Hormechea, Margaret Kienzle, Nancy Stringfield
(secretary), Kathy Perret, Debbie Harden, Eunice Zachary, Carol
Baker. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Wells (sponsor) Carlos Colon, Vielka
Ridley, David Evans, Jorge Padro, Susan Gilbert, Virginia Fiely,
Anne Herring, Margie Jaketic, Kathy Villareal. FIFTH ROW: Paul
Darcy, George Brannon, Lorri Cottington, Kim Welty, Vicky May,
Clover Shobe, Carmen Bringas, Alfred Sandrock, Michelle Darcy,
Jeanie Fiely, Becky Casey, Terri Varoz.
From LEFT TO RIGHT: John Ridge, DeeAnn Huble, Michele Darcy, Jorge Padro,
Janet Brown. NOT PICTURED: David Hamby, Carmen Bringas, Don Grove
The Photographers Club
This club is composed of a
group of hardworking
photographers who are lear-
ning every phase of picture-
taking from the click of the
camera to the printing of the
actual photograph. Their
dedicated teacher, Mr.
Gansen, has put in many long
hours during and after school
producing the pictures which
are used in the Yearbook and
The Caribbean staff and
Tradewind staff appreciate the
time and efforts which this club
has put forth to help us.
The Art Club is open to all
students who are interested in
developing their artistic skills
and abilities. The club makes
posters for various school
functions and for other clubs.
Whenever possible, the club
takes field trips.
The highlight of the year's
actijt.es is an art show featur-
ing The student creations.
From LEFT TO RIGHT: George Brannan, Carol Baker, Jeannie Stanfield, Carol
Anderson, Susie Munoz, Francisco Lee. NOT PICTURED: Karen Goulet
JR. HIGH S.A.
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Left to right, BACK ROW: Mike Barnes, Betty Kay LeDeoux, Ricky Keith, Kirk Cottington, Mr.
Cheshire, Annette Krupa, Heather Warm, Kathy Corrigan, Linda Simmons, Keith Stronach;
SECOND ROW: Terry Kern, Will Hall, Mary Horn, Wendy Starrett, Patricia Rhodes, Frances Kien-
zle, Venus Brannan, Cindy Sheppard, Leslie Moore, Ginger Sell, Robbie Prior, Thad Wilson, Renee
Williams, Daphne Downing; FRONT ROW: Veronica Rodriguez, Marlene Snider, Mike Keith, Anna
Brannan, Donna Lentz, Mark Collins, Ricky Smith.
Mr. Cheshire, sponsor
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Officers: Renee Williams, vice-president: Keith Stronach, president; Daphne Downing,
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Le Circle Francais
The French Club is open
to students who have taken two
years of French. Its purpose is
the language, history and
culture of France. To achieve
this aim, special guest
speakers or selected members
present reports on relevant
In addition the club holds
a banquet at the Brazos Brook
Mrs. Riefkohl is the club's
BACK ROW: Sarah Polite, Richard Greene, Susan Gilbert, Nick Quinones, Carlos
Colon, Victor Lee; FRONT ROW: Cathy Perret, Mirna Hormechea, Mrs. Riefkohl (spon-
sor), Dawn Starret, Francisco Lee.
The purpose of the
Spanish Club is to provide
meaningful and useful Spanish
language contact and ex-
periences outside the 1
The club has various ac-
tivities including a banquet,
dance and field trip.
Mr. Helm is sponsor of the
BACK ROW: Caroline Price, Richard Greene, Nick Quinones, Carlos Colon, Victor
Lee, Vielka Ridley; MIDDLE ROW: Margie Blair, Cheri Danielsen, Susan Styles, Carmen
Bringas, Edna Rodriguez, Susan Gilbert, Josefa Gonzales, Lourdes Suarez; FRONT
ROW: George Brannan, Cathy Perret, Mirna Hormechea and George Padro.
STUDENTS AID FACULTY
Mr. Wells has supple-
mented his regular staff of lib-
rarians with "assistant librar-
ians." These assistant librar-
ians are made up of students
who have a free period and are
interested in the duties of a lib-
rarian. They learn the proced-
ure for checking books in and
V- out, and for filing the books
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The assistant librarians earn /V2
a credit per semester in ex-
-. change for the time they spend
Left to right, BACK ROW: Mr. Wells, librarian, Elvira Mulchan, Jill Paulson, Vicki Whipple,
Bonnie McNaughton; FRONT ROW: Gaill Gregg, Mary Tinacon, Betina Paiz, Linda Simmons,
Karen Cintron, Karen Morales, Kim Burns.
Another place where stu-
dents are recruited to help is in
the language laboratory. Each
foreign language teacher picks .
one or two students to operate .
the machines in the lab. These
the tape recorders, record
players, the microphone, and
headsets. They also enjoy such
privileges as leaving class ear-
ly to prepare the lab, exem-
ption from class-work and nat-----
urally, returning to class late. '"_
Left to right, BACK ROW: Rocky Lugar, William Joudry, Kurt Builinger, Drake Carlisle,
John Bjourneby, Paul Austin, Richie Dowell, Eddie Solas, Debbie Harden. FRONT ROW:
Susan Milligan, Debbie Huble, Tammy Planchon, David Dailor, Eddie Stroop, Roger Beale.
THE NURSES AIDES CLUB
1ST ROW L-R Edna Dennis, Carmen Bringas, Pat Loyd, Susan Gilbert, Vielka
Ridley, Tilda Edwards, Carol Anderson, Nitaha Zamora, Sheila Brannan, Taren
Haynes, 2ND ROW Rita Torres, Marsha Dew, Debbie Devault, Mary Welch,
Dorothy Ramirez, 3RD ROW Bonnie Willis, Carl Health.
The Nurses Aides Club is an organization which is open to girls in-
terested in the field of nursing. The club holds its meetings on the first
Monday and third Wednesday of every month, often featuring guest
speakers. Initiation was held in October. New members wore all white and
a nurse's cap all day and had to bow to the will of the old members. A party
for the new members was held after school. The club's most important
project is its annual Christmas trip to an island in Gatun Lake. The club
collects food, clothing, and presents for people in this isolated area. The
sponsor of this club is Mrs. Howard. Bonnie Willis is the President; Carmen '
Bririgas. Vice-President; Sheila Brannan, Secretary; and Pat Loyd,
Treasurer. I I
Sock it to met
Look! She really does have a hole in her head!
Mrs. Howard, Sponsor
Mrs. Howard, Sponsor
But I don't need a shot!
C.H.S. GIRLS DRILL TEAM
BACK LEFT TO BACK RIGHT: Angie Gonzales, Jackie Johnson, Nancy Stringfield,
Pricilla Husband, Jill Paulson, Lisbet Coe, Ana Ubben, Sheryl Smith, Mary Richmond,
Linda Mendenhall, Nancy Williford, Tracy Scott, Margie Jacketic, Sheri Krupa, Valerie
Owen, Debra Harden, Linda Coale, Sue Arbough, Vicki Whipple.
The Girls Drill Team is an outstanding group of
girls consisting of sixteen members, one co-
commander and two alternates under the command
of Linda Mendenhall. To march in precision takes
coordination, memorization, and teamwork. The girls
have shown their capabilities by their outstanding
performances at football games and in parades. The
Dr-li Team members are Linda Mendenhall (com-
mander), Mary Richmond (co-commander), Priscilla
Husband (squad leader), Valerie Owen (squad
leader), Nancy Williford (squad leader), Sheryl Smith
(squad leader), Debra Harden, Tracy Scott, Ann
Ubben, Nancy Stringfield, Jackie Johnson, Lisbet
Coe, Margaret Jacketic, Linda Coale, Angie Gonzalez,
Jill Paulsen, Sharon Krupa, Susan Arbaugh, and Vicki
Whipple. Mrs. Barnett is sponsor.
From LEFT TO RIGHT: Virginia Fiely, Richard Green, Mirna
Hormechea, Susan Gilbert, Gregg Stowers, KNEELING, Nicholas
Quinones, Carlos Colon, NOT SHOWN, Vielka Ridley, Teresa Varoz,
The goal of the CHS Debate
Club is to intelligently discuss and
examine controversial issues.
In addition to club debates,
the annual Speech Festival
provides stiff competition with
teams from Balboa High School
and Canal Zone College.
This year the Debate Club in-
tends to win at the Speech Festival!
Nick Quinones and Carlos Colon in a heated debate.
BACK ROW: Left to right: Janet Brown, Janna Loizeaux, San- Moore, Kim Welty, Nancy Stringfield, Vielka Ridley, Jackie John-
dy May, Eddie Solas, Richie Dowell, Laurie Cottington, Victor Lee, son, Virginia Fiely, Sandy Kaufer. NOT SHOWN: Jeanne Fiely.
Mike Jeffries, Paula Vaught, Clover Shobe. FRONT ROW: Maurie
"Straight Scene" is a drug educa-
tion program that was initiated two
years ago by a youth staff employed in
the office of the Youth Advisor.
Students on "Straight Scene" are
carefully chosen and have special
training sessions to prepare them for
drug education presentations.
Throughout the year the students visit
the fifth and sixth graders and present
facts about alcohol and drugs. The
training sessions are conducted by the
new "Straight Scene" staff under the
supervision of the school physician, Dr.
Richard A. Cheville.
Sandy May, Student Director
SENIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. Knoop-Senior Class Sponsor
From left to right: SEATED ON FLOOR: Miguel Ubben,
Cheryl Olsen, Victor Lee, Sandy May. SECOND ROW: Jane
Moore, Mike Hamm, Anne Herring, Linda Mendenhall, Doyle
Riddle, Debbie Carey, Pam Moebus, Clifford Gabriel, Karen
Jones. NOT SHOWN: Ana Ubben.
Senior Board of Directors
The Senior Board of Directors
are student representatives elected
from the English classes. These
students make certain preliminary
decisions concerning Senior ac-
tivities during the year. They
suggest such things as Senior trips,
graduation cards and an-
nouncements, and Senior Skip
"Ah know, but yo' askin' too
"We 'ah jus' trying' to help ya, Mr.
SITTING: Diane Ruoff, Nola Swain, Debbie Howard, Sue McCullough, Sheryl Williams,
Karen Jones. STANDING: Vicky May, Cheryl Olsen, Debbie Carey, Karen DeBoor, Cheri
Hieronymus, Sandy May, Anne O'Donnell, Carol Baker, Margie Jacketic, Lori Cottington,
Evonne Smith, Anne Herring, Tilka Edwards, TOP: Maurie Moore, Jane Moore.
The members of the Girls Athletic Association are girls who have
demonstrated outstanding athletic ability in the CHS athletic program. To
be initiated, the girls earn a letter in at least one sport and participate in
another. The GAA, with help from the boys' "C" Club, sponsors the annual
Homecoming Dance. They raise funds by selling hot dogs at football
games, bake sales, and car washes. The girls also officiate at track meets
and compete against the "C" Club in "olympics." Mrs. Harris is their
Runners up for Homecoming Queen bow to her Royal Heiness.
Karen DeBoor. "I can hard-
Maurie Moore demonstrates, "how
NOT to do a lay-up."
LEFT TO RIGHT: Drum McNaughton, Robbie Currier, Bill Allen, Edward
Sollas, Ralph Stone, Mike Jeffries, George Frier, and Steve Barger.
This club is made up of boys
who have earned a letter in any
sport. Also known as the "C" Club,
this club co-sponsored the
Homecoming Dance in cooperation
with the GAA. Two initiations are
held each year. A Lettermen's
Banquet is held at the end of the
school year for the presentation of
letters to deserving athletes. Drum-
mond McNaughton was President
of this organization; Paul
Swearingen was Vice-President,
Mike Jeffries was Recorder, and
Jimmy Huffman was Treasurer.
Coach Dedeaux, sponsored this
Sponsor: Coach Dedeaux
The Thespians is a popular and
active organization at CHS. Two plays
are presented each year by the
Thespians, one in November and one
To become a Thespian, one must
earn a total of ten points by helping
with the production of the plays.
The Thespian officers are Stanley
Hardegree, President; Jeannie Stan-
field, Vice-president; Margaret Kienzle,
Secretary; and Vicki Whipple,
-- Treasurer, Mr. Bock is the sponsor.
Present Thespians-Greg Stowers, Josefa Gonzales, Karen
Goulet, Shawn Adgie, George Brannon, Sue McCullough, Vicki Whip-
ple, Jeannie Stanfield.
SEATED: Barbara Coffey, Lisa Williams, Cindy Moore, Daphne Downing, Mary Mills, Karen Jones, Margaret Kien-
zle. STANDING: Clifford Gabriel, Kirstin Hoppe, Juan Clairmunt, Shawn Adgie, Dave Dailor, Surse Pierpoint, Greg
Stowers, Jeff Carwithen, Brad Schmidt, Kurt Bullinger, Andre Perret, John Metivier, Mirna Hormechea, George Bran-
non, Stanley Hardegree, Kathy Perret, Jeannie Fiely, Josefa Gonzales, Susan Gilbert.
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What's so funny?? I only skipped six lines.
THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
National Honor Society members, (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT): Mrs. Condon (sponsor), Josefa Gonzalez, Jane Moore,
Jeannie Fiely, Jeanne Stanfield, Charles Cleveland, Victor Lee, Karen Jones, Vielka Ridley, and Jim Valentine.
Jeanne Stanfield pins Jane Moore in an initiation.
This year the National
Honor Society abandoned the
assembly ceremony and
adopted instead a quiet
celebration in the Home
Economics room. Students
were tapped during their se-
cond period classes, and were
formally initiated during third
period in the Home-Ec room.
It is considered an honor
to be invited to join this elite
society due to the high stan-
dards which are required of its
members. Important in-
gredients of an Honor Society
member are: high grades, ac-
tive participation in extra-
curricular activities, and
a genuine interest in school
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Charles Judge, Pam Moebus, Michelle Darcy, Robin Mullis, Paula Blanchette, Pam
Bridwell, and Susan Arbaugh.
Jeanne Fiely, Cheri Hieronymus, Jan Lusk, Jim Valentine, Evelyn Barraza, Victor Lee,
Jeannie Stanfield, Fred Wainio, Camille Alvirez, Charlie Cleveland, Valerie Owen, Drummond
McNaughton, Josefa Gonzalez, Sonia Tellefsen, Anne Herring, Vielka Ridley, Mirna
Hormechea, Debbie Carey, Carol Baker, Karen Jones, and Debbie Alberga.
MR. & MISS
DEBORAH ALBERGA JOHN ALEXAITIS
CAROL BAKER EVELYN BARRAZA
AMBER BROWN DEBRA BROWN
DEBORAH CAREY ROBERT CARTER
LINDA COALE DEBRA COE
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MICHELLE DARCY TED DEATON
ALYNN EVANS MICHAEL EVANS
PAUL EVANS JEANNE FIELY
JOSEFA GONZALEZ MARIA GONZALEZ
RAMON DIAZ ANGIE DURAN
MIRNA HORMECHEA JAMES HUFFMAN
RAYMOND JACKSON MICHAEL JEFFRIES
CHARLES JUDGE SANDRA KAUFER
SANDRA KRUPA LAURA LARRAIN
PAMELA HUSBAND LEIF IRION
SUSAN McCULLOUGH ROBERT McNAUGHTON
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JOHN METIVIER DANIEL MINEHART
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ROBIN MULLIS JULIAN NEGRETE
TOM O'DONNELL CHERYL OLSEN
RAFAEL ORTIZ VALERIE OWEN
MARYANN PALMER BILLY PARSONS
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RITA REDUGA HELENA REED
VIELKA RIDLEY EDNA RODRIGUEZ
BRUCE SCHMIDT DENNIS SHAW
ANA UBBEN MIGUEL UBBEN
CHITO UBBEN GERALDINE USHER
SU WEISELOGEL CLIFF WELCH
VICKI WHIPPLE GREG WILLIAMS
Alan Cheshire and Sandy Krupa
Victor Lee and Karen Jones
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1. Angie Duran. 2. Anne Norval. 3. Maria Gon-
zalez. 4. Amber Brown. 5. Bob Carter. 6. Sonja
Teliefsen. 7. Jeannie Fiely. 8. Marlene Merez. 9. Karen
Rood. 10. Charles Cleveland. 11. Sandy Kaufer. 12.
Evelyn Barraza. 13. Jane Moore. 14. Teresa Varoz. 15.
Rita Reduga. 16. Edna Rodriguez. 17. Sandy May. 18.
Cheri Hieronymus. 19. MaryAnn Palmer. 20. Susan
Weiselogel. 21. Cynthia Heath. 22. Linda Mendenhall.
23. Debbie Alberga. 24. Helena Reed. 25. George
Maria Clara Azevedo
Maria Inez Azevedo
ON THE BALL
Zip Bariteau, Russell Gillespie, Lourdes Saurez
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Friendship is the sunshine
That turns the sky to gold.
Friendship is the fragrance
A thousand blessings hold.
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Class Officers: John Bjorneby, Terry Salyer, Warren DeVere.
Rae Ann Edwards
Maria Jean Francois