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 Frontispiece
 Table of Contents
 Table of Contents
 Introduction
 Dedication
 Front Matter
 Faculty
 Seniors
 Juniors
 Sophomores
 Freshmen
 Organizations
 Clubs
 Sports
 Sponsors and informals
 Back Cover
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Title: Zonian
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
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Subjects / Keywords: Canal Zone
Yearbook
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
        Page ii
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Frontispiece
        Page v
    Table of Contents
        Page vi
    Table of Contents
        Page 1
    Introduction
        Page 2
    Dedication
        Page 3
    Front Matter
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Faculty
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Seniors
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Pages 12-13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
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        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
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        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
    Juniors
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
    Sophomores
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
    Freshmen
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
    Organizations
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
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        Page 70
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        Page 72
        Page 73
        Pages 74-75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
    Clubs
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
    Sports
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
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        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
    Sponsors and informals
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
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        Page 119
        Page 120
    Back Cover
        Page 121
        Page 122
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FACULTY


Contents


SEN IORS - .--....m.m.w....--.....
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BALBOA

BALBOA


HIGH


CANAL


Sandra Morency.
Peggy Morgan....
David Browne..


SCHOOL

ZONE


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.....Associate Editor


Business


Mr. F. S. Brown .................. .Faculty Adviser
Mr. J. E. Cook............... .Financial Adviser


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From


these


Gates


We


Enter


the


Sea


of


Life


The 1959


Zonian


aims to present a pictorial history of the school year in which


the class of 1959 graduated from the Balboa High School.


Situated at the Pacific


entrance to the Panama Canal, our school is part of an effort to unite the world by
providing a connection between the two great oceans of this earth-the Atlantic and


the Pacific.


In his essay on Civilization, Ralph Waldo Emerson states that


"The most


advanced nations are always those who navigate the most.


Therefore, the Panama


Canal assists in making the nations of our planet more prosperous and


advanced


because it provides easy access to both


of these oceans.


Through this waterway, tons


of goods are being shipped even now. Consequently, while presenting a log of our
school activities, we of the staff wish to symbolically transit the canal and illustrate


the sights along the


voyage








To


ou


We


Dedicate:


We, the ZONIAN staff of 1959, in behalf of Balboa High School, do


dedicate this chapter of our lives to you, Mr. Zierten and Mr.
whom we hold in deep respect. We appreciate your service to


Ward,
Balboa


High School and


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Your Guidance
and Loyalty to

Our School


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MR. HAROLD J. ZIERTEN


Your Sponsorship

and Devotion to

the Senior Class


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Our high school days are over,
We'll hate to say good-bye.
We'll bid farewell to all our friends,
And dear old Balboa High.


"Viva el Carnaval!"


Oops, made it!


Cadets jay-walk to the new building.









The dances, games, and fun we've

had,

The sorrows, and the joys,

Are all a part of B.H.S.-

The teachers, girls, and boys.


"Remember the picnics at Summit?"


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Tired after a long day at


school.


Seniors will long remember their English term papers.


But as we go our separate ways,

With pride we'll sigh and say.






























































Top: ". . and . ."
Bottom: "It can't be that bad!"


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"Working, Mr.


Herr?"


"Interesting, Mr. Vosburgh?"


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Faculty


PRINCIPAL-MR.


T. F. HOTZ,


Heidelberg


Ohio State U.-M.A.


College-B.A.,


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COUNSELLORS-MR. HAROLD J.


ZIERTEN, Bradley U.-B.S.,


Vocational Guidance, Boys' Adviser, Assistant Principal; MISS


MARIE C.


WEIR,


U. of Florida-B.S., Columbia


OFFICE SECRETARIES-l/eft to right: Mrs. Wachta-Moya;
Mrs. Lerchen.


U.-M.A.,


Vocational Guidance.


DOCTOR AND NURSES


- Left to right: Mrs.


Evelyn R. Koperski, Atlantic City Hospital


School


of Nursing-R.N.; Dr. H. C. Pritham, Colby Col-


lege-B.S., Tufts College Medical


G. Skeie,


Capital


Mrs. Henri


Nursing-R.N.


School-M.D.


City School


LIBRARIAN-Miss


U.-A.B., N.


Katharine


Y. U.-M.A.


I. Clark


Columbia


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Science


Math


B.A., Washington


Seaquist,
Walter M.


U. of
O. I


Chemistry; Mr. F
Science, Biology;
B.S., U. C. L..
Mr. G. 0. Lee,
M.A., Biology.


John C


Knick, U.


itt E. Myers, Vail
State U.-M.A.,


Wiscon
Fischer,
rank Y.
Mr. Cc


of V
City
Chemi


irginia-B.A., M.E
State Teachers C
istry, Physics; Mr.


d., Gen.
ollege-
J. W.


sin-Ph.B., N. Y. U.-M.A., Biology; Mr.
U. of Chicago-B.S., Columbia U.-M.A.,
Hukill, U. of Kentucky-B.S., M.A., General
imeron R. Stewart, U. of North Dakota-


n. Science, Chemistry
teachers College-BS.,


Front, lef
AIg.; Mr.
Math. II;
Colorado
E. Cook,


Teac
Hunt


. Not Pictured:
Columbia U.-


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to right:
Lester D.


Mr. Olin R
Hummel, D


Miss Helen Harder,
State College-M.A.,
Miami U.-B.S., Ohio


Mr. Bernard F. Ryder,
hers College-M.Ed., Al
er College-A.B., Colu


. McGill, U. of
uquesne U.-A.B.,
Iowa State Teach


Gen. Science, AIg.
State U.-M.Ed., PI


Providence


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Ig., PI. Geom.;
mbia-M.A.,


.ollege-A.
Mrs. Fran


Adg., PI.


S. C.-B.S., M.Ed.,
A.M., PI. Geom.,
ers College-B.A.,


Back: Mr. Jacques


Geom., Math II,
B., Bridgewater
ices K. Graham,


Geom.


Socia


Studies


and


Eng


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A.B., George
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right: Miss
Peabody


hitman,


western U.-M.A.,
Creek College-B.
Mullarkv. Tufts C


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Hazel
College
ayne Stc


P. Matthews, Alabar
for Teachers-M.S.,


gte


Eng. Second row:
A., Columbia U.-


na College-


Teachers College-A.B.,
Miss Mary S. Brigham,


Eng.; Mr. Robert


E. W. Hist., U. S. Hist.;


ollege-A.B., Ed.M.,
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Mr. John A.
University of
Iowa State
Typewriting.


no


Teachers


Northwestern Oklahoma State Col
g-M.A., Typewriting; Mrs. Mary B.


College-B.S., N.Y.U.-M.A.,


lege-B.S.,
Journeay,
Shorthand,


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Foreign


Language


Practice


and


Fine


Arts


Left to right: Mrs. Shirley R. Haselden, Wesleyan College-A.B.,
U. of Fla.-M.A., Eng., French; Mr. Allen B. Ward, U. of Ne-
braska-A.B., M.A., Spanish; Mr. Ralph R. Garrett, Furman U.-B.A.,
U. of So. Carolina-M.A., Spanish; Mr. Seymour I. Barkowitz, Col-
lege of Charleston-A.B., Middlebury College-M.A., Spanish; Miss
Claude M. Aycock, Woman's College of U. of N. C.-A.B., Colum-
bia U.-M.A., Spanish.


Back, left
U.-M.A.,
Bradley U.
F Mussln


to right: Mr
Band, Orch
-B.S., Penn
nn Frt strn


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Span., Speech-Drama.


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Victor A. Herr, Denver U.-B.M.E., Columbia
Chorus, Glee Club; Mr. C. A. Batalden,
State U.-M.S., Mech. Drawing; Mr. Donald
linois U.-B.S. in Ed., U. of Chicago-M.A.,
Front: Miss Eloise Monroe, Kansas State


College-B.S., Columbia U.-M.A., Household Arts. Not pictured:
Mr. James H. Elliott, U. of Nebraska-B.S. Ed., M.S. Ed., Shop; Mr.
C. F. Anderson, Kansas State Teachers College-B.S., M.S.


Physica


Education


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Front, left to right: Mr. Ross E. Anderson, State U. of Iowa-B.S.,
M.A., Phys. Ed., Head Football Coach; Mr. Paul Karst, U. of N. C.---
A.B., U. of Texas-M.A., Phys Ed.; Mr. L. E. Horine, Colorado U.-
B.S., M.A, Phys. Ed. Back: Mrs. Constance C. Ball, Rollins College-
B.A., Wash. State College-M.S., Phys. Ed.; Miss Julia M. Hardin, Ga.
State College for Women-B.S., Fla. State U.-M.S., Phys. Ed.; Miss
Patricia Lehman, Northwest Missouri State College-B.S., M.S., Phys.


Left to right: Maj. Robert N.
Wilford D. Goff; SFC Richard W


Stokes; M/SGT.
. Chambers; SFC


James Kol
William R.


lars; SFC
Stone.


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acts


Physics


boys hard at work!


BHS's Romans!


SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND


SPONSORS-Left to right: Mr.


Stewart, assistant


sponsor;


P. Tate, vice-president; J. Kintner,


retary; J.


Cunningham, president; Mr.


Ward, sponsor.


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At the "Sweethearts Forever" Formal


Seniors are lucky to view ships transiting
the Canal.


Everyone
Dance.


gets into the fun at the Carnival


Seniors awaiting the approach of
Contractor's Hill


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Balboa


School


Cla1


Bottom, left to


K. Cox;


M. Downin
R. Brown;


M. Ho


M. Chase


A. Haskell; M.


1. Clark;


Garcia;


Alers; V. Egan; L.


Gutierrez,


S. DeVore.


Cameron;


Second


Gomez;


P. Flatau


row:


A. Fairchild; J. Adkins;


R. Dahlhoff; N. Clarke;


ueroa;


B. Ada


; G. Fredericks; L. Hinkle; P.


ms; L. Arroyo;


Z. Figueroa;


R. Covairt; E. Gerhart; M. Fanton; J. Beeby; F. Diaz; C. Hol


L. Dawson


S. Clinel


P. Alexand


K. Day


N. Bauchman;


gerson; C. Dorfman;


re; B. Heilman; J. Flenniken;


Bottom, lei
Walker; H.
F. Romero;
Dijs; M. W


C. Eggleston;


V. Bennett; C. Davis;


N. Grimes;


B. Connard;


G. Ely.


Third


row:


J. Hotz;


Barrett; L.


Gundersen;


M. Canham;


C. Percy;


R. Bailey; C. Concannon; P. Corrigan;


C. French; J.


Aleman


; G. Castro;


R. Chanis; T. Days;


J. Barr;


C. Chase;


R


". Durfee; W. Allen; H.


. Engle;
DeSoto;


D. Eisenmann; W. Harrell; R. Abell; E. Chaluja;


S. Booth.


Top row: G. Gross;


J. Cunningham; R.


E. McNeil;


W. Scott;


W. Hitchcock;


C. Denton; J. Fuqua; D.


Adams; D. Browne;


B. Claxton; F. Fields; L. Bateman;


W. Bruhn; P


Blades;


J. Reynolds


T. Ashton; J.


Bradley; K. DeGon; L. Hunnicutt; J. Engelke; H. Feeney; W. Ferro; W. Hele; D. DesLondes; D. Brown;


R. Hopkins.


O'Leary;


Honor


Grac


DAVID ADAMS
VENA BENNETT


DAVID BROWNE
ELIAS CHALUJA


CAROL DIMPFL
VIRGINIA EGAN


HAYDEE
MARTHA
SANDRA
MARGAI


CECILIA EGGLESTON
JUDITH FLENNIKEN


right: S. Cruz;
we; R. Dean; L.


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Seniors


Ship


Log


History


September 9, 1955, we finally entered high school eager to face new teachers
and make new friends. We elected Charlie French, president; Bill Brunner, vice-
president; and Ronnie Dahlhoff, secretary for our first hectic year.
The Freshman-Sophomore Frolic and the Freshman Picnic added to our spirit.
We left that year happy that the lowest rung had been climbed and eager to return
as sophomores.
We eagerly returned to the "old grind," looking with pity at the incoming
freshmen. Bill Brunner, president; Charlie French, vice-president; and Mirna Pierce,
secretary; guided us well through the maze of our second year. While we lost the
frolic again, we got quite a few laughs out of it. We put on our first dance, The
Sadie Hawkins Dance, and elected Manue Moses as Daisy Mae, and Warren Boyett










OUR junior year came and we were under-upperclassmen.
John Morris was elected our president; Carlos Kiamco, vice-
president; and Ann Haskell, secretary. -.
Solly Toussieh was our very able S. A. vice-president.
Our second dance, called the Winter Wonderland, was
a big success with Carol Dimpfl as our very lovely queen.
The junior rings came before Christmas vacation. Thrill
of thrills!! One could tell who the juniors were by the
way they walked on a cloud with one hand extended palm
down. "Look! Aren't they the most beautiful rings you
ever saw?". .
Of course, the two biggest events of our junior year
were the Junior-Senior Banquet and the Junior-Senior Prom. ".. "
They were just out of this world! Did we feel important! t
We finally made it! Seniors at last!! Now we are really
the school leaders!
Tom Cunningham, Pat Tate, and Jane Kintner are our
leaders for class activities while Solly Toussieh, Kathy Cox,
and Mary Watson head the S. A.
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This year, for the first time, the senior adviser has two
secretaries. Judy Hotz and Sheila Snyder were chosen for
this job.
We got our caps and gowns before Christmas. Didn't we
look scholarly? We got to keep them till graduation this
year. .
The Valentine Formal was lovely as always with Layne :-..-. "--
Taylor reigning over the festivities. Just one more high ..
school dance. It makes us sad-doesn't it?
The Junior-Senior Banquet and the Junior-Senior Prom
were huge successes. This is the last time our class will be
together at a dance. It doesn't seem possible.
June 1, 1959, the big day finally comes! We are excited
and eagerly looking forward to the future, but as we look
back on the last four years we are a little bit sad at leaving . ,
the familiar halls and the dear faces. Don't look back any .-
more!r! Look ahead as the lock-gates to the future open










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SENIOR RING CC
left to right: S.
Mendez; S. Barrel


)MMITTEE, kneeling:
DeVore; M. Pierce; C.
tt: S. Morencv.


K. Degon. ..Standing,
Davis; L. Arroyo; H.


SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE-Front, lef
P. Morgan; R. Dahlhoff; N. Bauchman.
chairman; E. McNeil; P. Blades; B. Heil


t to right: M. Chase;
Back: 0. Winstead,


man


M. Ward.


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chairman


CO-ORDINATING
; S. Booth; G. Sigl;


COMMITTEE, left to right: C. Kiamco; C. French,
L. Hinkle; R. Covairt; G. Frederick; W. Hele; R. Eisen.


VALENTINE FORMAL COMMITTEE-Front, left to right: J.
Morris; S. Snyder; A. Wood; M. Watson, chairman; K. Davis;
K. Cox; E. Stancook. Back: C. Chase; T. Days; M. Schoch; W.


Williams; J. Reynolds; D. Terry; H.


B. Klipper;


C. Dimpfl; T


Lavender.


Not pictured:


. Ashton.


SENIOR SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Front, left to right: P.


Flatau;
M. Garc
L. Gund


. Figueroa; R. Dean, chairman; E. Howe; G. Toledano;
ia. Back: E. Chaluja; H. Stahl; C. Sucre; R. Hopkins;
ersen. Not pictured: B. Parker; S. Cruz; F. Romero.




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CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE, left to right: A. Varela; S.
McKay; S. Toussieh; A. Haskell; P. Tate; S. Whitener, chair-
man; T. Pena; P. Alexander; A. Tapia; R. Brown.


CARDS
left to
Seated:


AND ANNOUNCEMENTS


COMMITTEE-Standing,


right: L. Taylor; M. Downing; S. Reihar
D. Vestal; P. Vale; V. Mauldin; P. Cawl;


chairman. Not


pictured:


B. Adams; B. Clark.


t; J. Aleman.
C. Holgerson,


SENIOR ACTIVITIES
F. Diaz. Second row:
C. Eggleston. Back


odgrass,


chairman.


COMMITTEE-Front
J. Hotz; B. Maxwell;
row: D. Adams; G.


row, left to right: L. Stevens;
SJ. Malone; M. Walker; V.


Not pictured: L. Martinelli;


H. Feeney; L.
J. Flenniken.


S. Sack;
Bennett;


Bateman; J.


SENIOR GROUP


INDIVIDUAL SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE


Chanis; B. Hitchcock; S. Clinel
Moses; M. Smith; J. Kintner.


- Standing,


y; J. Beeby, chairman;


T. Wom


left to right:
ible. Seated:


PICTURE


left to right: Z. Figueroa;
Connard. Back row: B.
White. Not pictured: G. E


P.' Corrigan;


S. Rowley.


COMMITTEE-Front row,
S. Pederson; E. Gerhart; B.


Wallace; D.
ly, chairman;


DesLondes; J.


C. Co


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PATRICIA GALE ALEXANDER
"Pat"


Memphis, T


RICHARD W. ABELL
"Dick"
Tacoma Park, Maryland


Quiet,


but what


a guy.


Science Club 2,3,4; ROTC 2,3,4,
Christmas Formal 3; Football 3;
ball (Intra.) 1,2; Track 3; Senior
case Committee.


A charm
A favorite


ino


ennessee


lassie full of joy
h both girls and


Office Assistant 4; Cap and G
Basketball (Intra.) 4; Softb
Volleyball (Intra.) 4; Fayette
High School: Basketball 1,2;
Club 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Future
ers of America 2; Future Home
of America 1; 4-H Club 1,2.


boys.
own 4;
'all 3;
County
Rooter
Teach-
makers


4 \ '


DAVID R. ADAMS
"Dave"
Buffalo, Wyoming


J

WALTER FRANCIS ALLEN


's


"Walt"


I tackle


things as they come.


Ancon, C. Z.


ROTC 3, Cpl.; Chri
Senior Activity 4;
Basketball 1,2,3; Sw
1,2,3; Track (Intra.)
School: Science Club


stmas


For


Football 1
imming 1;
3; Pullman
2; Vice-pres


al 3;
,2,3,4;
Track
High
. .


His big


smile completely


overshadows


his short stature.
Astronomy 1; S. A. Representative 2;
ROTC 2,3,4, Sgt.; Rifle Team 2; Usher
Guard 2; Football (Intra.) 1.


LIGIA ELENA ARROYO
Panama City, R. P.


senorita


JANET MAY ADKINS

West Point, New York


Fashion


Grace in her
Show 1,2,4.


steps.


// N -2a


with a friend


Future Teachers of America
American Club 3, 4; Spanish C
Zonian Ad Seller 2; Senior
Softball 3; Volleyball (Intra.)
calaureate Usher 3; Graduatio
3: Showcase Committee 3.


* smile.
2; Pan
lub 3,4;
Ring 4;
2; Bac-
n Usher


JORGE T.


THOMAS GARY ASHTON
"Wyatt Earp"
Colon, R. P.


ALEMAN


"Coco"
Panama City, R. P.
Silent but successful.


Camera Club 2;
Guard 3; ROTC
and Announceme
Pong 1,2,3,4.


Awards Ball 4;
2,3,4, 2nd Lt.;
nts'4; Softball


The
a p


-@A *^
.B-^~ --.... -B


Honor
Cards
2; Ping


I- ^y?1 /


rule


life is to make


business


pleasure, and pleasure, my business.


Awards Ball 1,2,3; Drill Team 2,3;
Honor Guard 2; ROTC 2,3,4, Cadet
Capt. Co. Cornn; Usher Guard 2;
Armed Forces Day, Drill Team 2,3;
/ Veterans Honor Guard 2,3; Field Night,
Best Platoon 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Val-
entine Formal 4.


wit


m


yly


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HENRY RICHARD BARKER
"Bark"
Bogota, Columbia


Brother,


can you spare


a dime?


United Nations Club 1; Chorus 1,2;
ROTC 2,3,4, Platoon Sgt.; Rifle Team
3,4; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Football
(Intra.) 1,2,3, Captain; Swimming 2,
Letter; Swimming (Intra.) 1,2; Soft-
ball 1,2; Track 1,2; Water Polo 1,2,
Captain.


'~~~~ *y-
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VENA ELIZABETH BENNETT
"Beanie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A song in her heart,
a smile on her lips.
Chess Club 2; Discus, and Debate Club
2; Drama CJub 4; French Club 2;
N.H.S. 4; Natl. Thespians 3,4; Parakeet
Ad Seller 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee
Club 1,2,3,4; Christmas Formal, Soloist
3; Jr.Sr. Prom, soloist 3; Sadie Hawk-
ins Dance, soloist 3; Senior Activity 4;
"Finian's Rainbow" 1; "Lowland Sea"
3; "Coming of Christ" 3; "Lute
Song" 3; "Madwoman of Chaillot",
Smake-up 4; Theodore Roosevelt Pag-
eant 4; Fashion Show, soloist 1,3;
Talent Show 1,3; N. H. S., soloist 3;
Troubadour 3; Girls' State, 3.


PAUL EUGENE BLADES
"Banbino"
Corby, Minnesota


JOSEPH BARR
"Joe"


Ancon, C.


The better of valor is discretion


-*7-fl^
'4
'^Bbf
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^s.*-


*tt.<


Bowling (Intra


Takes life


as it


Chess Club 3; Stamp Club 2,3,4, Vice-
Pres.; United Nations Club 3; Zonian
Ad Seller 4; Safety Comm. 4; Visitor's
Day Comm. 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Christmas
Formal 3; Freshman Picnic 1; Senior
Gift 4; Bowling (Intra.) 1,2,3; Ping
Pong 4; Boys' State 3.


SUSAN JEAN BARRETT


"Sue"


Patience


S Chess C
S Club 4;
Future
Club 2,


greatest forms


lub 3;
Future


Teachers
,3; Scienc


SNations Club
Train Comm.
SBanquet 3;


Nations
Club 3.


2;


Showcase


Discussion
Nurses


power.
n and Debate
of America 3;


SHARON LEE BOOTH
"Boot"


Ancon, Canal


Always smiling;


of America 4; Pep
e Club 2,4; United
S. A. Alternate 1;
Chorus 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr.
ior Ring 4; United


Comm.


Math


forever


always


neat;


nice; forever sweet.


Future Nurses of America
Teachers of America 4; Pep
Co-ordinating Comm. 4;
Formal 3; Basketball (Intra
ling (Intra.) 1; Volleyball
Baccalaureate Usher 3.


1; Future
Club 1, 2;
Christmas
.) 1; Bow-
(Intra.) 1;


New York


with no man's
ve some of my


opinions.
own.


A little, likeable


Day Comm.
Show 1,2,4.


Senior


Gift 4;


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ROTC 2,3,4,
Football 1;
Polo 2.


Vt


Hazelton, Penn.
e and gentleness are the


5.


NURY BAUCHMAN
Panama City, R. P.


Visitor's
Fashion


JAMES


P. BRADLEY


agree


I ha


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T. DONALD BROWN
"Donald"
Washington, D. C.


A quiet


likeable


Radio Club


; Band 1,3,4;


1,2,3; Drill Team 2,3; ROTC
Usher Guard 2,3,4; Footbal
Swimming 1,2; Swimming
"Finian's Rainbow" 1; "Lo


2; "Mrs. M
Graduation
1,2,3,4.


cThing" 3;
Usher 2,3;


Orchestra
2,3,4, Sgt.;
(Intra.) 1;
(Intra.) 2;
land Sea"


"Lute Song" 3;
Noon Orchestra


GABRIEL CASTRO
"The Rebel"
Barranquilla, Columbia


Friends, Romans,


Library


lend me your homework.


Assistant


2; Baseball


3,4; Track


4; Bowl-
4: Track


DAVID LEE BROWNE
"Davye"
Ancon, C .Z.


Nothing great w
without er
Chess Club 1,2,3,4,


1,2,3,4,


Pre


1,2,3,4; Pres. 4;
Natl. Thesp. 2,3,4
Assist. 3; Zonian 4


Comm. 3,4; C
Ball 1; S.A.
Awards Ball
ROTC 2,3,4,
Guard 2,3,4,
case 2, Chr.


Christm


'hr. 4;


as ever achieved
nthusiam.
Pres. 3,4; Disc. &
s. 4; Drama Club
I.H.S. 3,4; Pres. 4;
Pres. 4; Chem. lab
Bus. Mgr.; Assemb.
Drives 1; Inaugural


Rep. 2,3; Orchestra
4; Halloween Dance
Capt. Batt. Staff; Us


Capt. 4; C
; Valentine
as Formal


Frolic 2; Sadie
Frosh. Picnic 1; Jr
Gift 4; Football
(Intra.) 1,2; Boa
Swimming 1,2,3,4,
1.2; "Star Waaon


1,2;


iristmas Show-
Showcase 1,
3; Frosh.-Soph.


Hawkins
r. Ring
(Intra.)
wling (I
Letter;


Car Hiawatha" 1;


Contest
3; Mu






G. BR


PATRICIA


ANN CAWL


"Pat"
Colon, R. P.


Dance 2;
3, Chr.; Sr.
1,2; Bk. B.
ntra.) 2,3;
Water Polo


"Finian's


a spice to life that's


She adds
Pep Club
4; Cards a
ion Show


Rain-


Summer" 2;
"My Client


e Adding Machine" 3; "
Madwoman of Chaillot"
w M. C. 4; Talent Show


Day Assemb.


Alex. Hamilton
3; Boys' Nation
Secretary.


BILLIE


3;


Eng
2; B
Alphi


"Before


Curley" 2;
Lute Song"


4; Fashion
2,3,4; Pan
. Essay 2;
lys' State


Theta 4;


X'.


ELIAS


UHN
v,


CHALUJA


"Bill"
Panama City, R. P.


Life in not life
Library Assistanr
Color Guard 3.


delight.


2; ROTC 2,3,4,


Patience


Drama
America


Jr.-Sr. Bai
Committee


Honorary


conquers


nquet 2
4; Mu


Math Assoc.


all things.


Senior


Alpha


Theta,
Math Cl


ROLANDO AUGUSTO CHANIS
Panama City. R. P.


JOYCE DAISY CAMERON
Panama City, R. P.


is a great


art of conversation.


Pan Am
3, Pres.


3.Pres.


Drives C


Award!
Master
Dance
2,3,4,
Formal
Footba


A Spanish Cassan
with Latin good Ic
erican Club 1,2,3
4; N.H.S. 3,4; Sci


omm. 3,4; Ina
Ball 4; Drill


ug
T


4; Firing Squad 3,i
4; Honor Guard
Adjutant, Capt
3; Indiv. Sr. Pic


1, Jr. Var.; Basketball (I
Swimming 2; Swimming
Track 3; Track (Intra.) 2,3
1,2; Water Polo 2,3, Ca


(Intra.) 1,2, Capt


the Corrida
Chaillot" 4;
Chr. 2,3; Bi
Graduation
Theta, Nat. I


/x i-j


2; "The
Carnival


baccalaureate


ova
>oks.
,4, Vice-Pres.
ence Club 2;
ural Ball 4;
e a m 2,3,4,
4; Halloween
2,3,4; ROTC
.; Christmas
. Comm. 4;
.; Basketball
ntra.) 1,2,3;
(Intra.) 1,2;
3; Ping Pong
pt.; "Before


Madwoman


dance 2,3,4;
Marshal 3;


Marshal 3; Mu Alpha
Hon. Math Club 4, Pres.


Debate


Countrymen,


bw" 1; "Pu
"Seventeenth
Corrida" 2;


Amer.


nice.


1; Chorus
mnd Annou
3; School


1,3,4; Glee Club
ncements 4; Fash-
T.V. Program 3.


at all without


Cardcenas, Cuba


Club 3; French Club
n Club 1,2,4; ROTC


2; Pan
2,3,4;
lowcase


Silence


'V '*


/


a


Sh


L .


s


II


De


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MARY ELIZABETH CHASE
"Mamit"
Colon, R. P.


ling over with life,
'e, and laughter.


BROOKS MABRY CLAXTON


Pep Club 1; Clinic Assistant 1,2; Foot-
ball Dance 4; Usher Club 1; Visitor's
Day Comm. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Gift
4; Bowling (Intra.) 4; Softball 1;
Volleyball (Intra.) 4.


/ ^/t /' - *
*- '* . '/ *. /, *. is


Carolton,


K.'


Slow and eas>
motorcycle.


Georgia


going without
likeable lad.


ROTC 2,3, SFC; Rifle Team


JOAN ALINE CLARE
"Joaline"
New Orleans, Louisiana
A voice of gladness
and a smile of beauty-.


SANDRA L.


CLINELY


"Coconut"
Richmond, Virginia


Winsome she is, adorable too, a ac
personality-that's Sandy for you.


4; Chorus


"Before the
of Christ"
Graduation
gram 3; Ta
2,3, Soloist.


Glee C


Corrida" 2; "The
3; Roosevelt Paa
Usher 3; School T
lent Show 3; Fashic


lub 3,4;
Coming
meant 4;
.V. Pro-
n Show


Pep Club 2; Train Comm. 4; Individual
Senior Pic. Comm. 4; Basketball (In-
tra.) 3,4; Bowling (Intra.) 2,3,4; Soft-
ball 3,4; Volleyball ( I n t r a ) 3,4;
Thanksgiving Showcase Comm. 3;
, Christmas Program Usher 3.


/ 7/


BARBARA JANE CLARK
"Bobbi"


*" r...


.4

4 '


CHARLES FRED CONCANNON
"Chuck"
San Francisco, California


Columbia, Missouri


Turning


to mirth all


Pep Club 3; Cards and
4; Christmas Formal 3;
School: Girls' Club Nev
velt News; Sophomore


things


as can be.


manner with


on earth.


Announcements
Roosevelt High
/spaper; Roose-
Talent Show.


Radio
Club
ball
Sch
Club


Club 1;
2; Senior
(Intra.)
oo I: Gu
2.


. reserved in
enuine smile.


Spanish ClI
Group Pi
2; Comm
n Club 2;


ub 2; Camera
cture 4; Foot-
unity High
Audio-Visual


INEZ HELEN CLARK
"Bunny"
David, R. P.


BARBARA JOYCE


CONNARD


"Tiny"
Minneapolis, Minnesota


A terrific combination-athletic ability,
determination and friendliness.
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Library Club 3;
Pep Club 1; Photography Club 1; Coun-
selor's Assistant 3; Library Assistant 2;
Christmas Formal 3; Frosh.-Soph. Frolic
2; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3; Bowling
(Intra.) 2; Swimming 1; Softball 1;
Water Ballet 1; Fashion Show 1,2,3;
G.A.A. Dance Comm. 2.


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\,^h x 4"


Office
ture 4;
bal Hig
(Intra.)
(Intra.)
Assemb


Our gift


from Cristobal.


Assistant 4; Senior
Volleyball (Intra.)
1h School: Band 1,2;
1,2; Softball 1,2;
1,2, All stars 1;
ly 1; Sophomore Ass


Group Pic-
4; Cristo-
Basketball
Volleyball
Freshman
embly 2.


Drama


a g


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:


ROBERTA JEAN COVAIRT
"Robbi"


Spangler, Pennsylvania
Success comes to one who is honest,
industrious, and persistent.


Drama Club 4;
4; Warwick High
1; French Club
Safety Comm. 3;,
3; Jr.-Sr. Prom C


Ancon,


r


Co-ordinating Comm.
School: Drama Club
2; Science Club 2,3;
Safety Patrol Award
.omm. 3; Reporter 3.


C. z.


Always scores, both in
and personality.


F.N.A. 1,2; F.T.A.
1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2
1,2; Train Comm. 4;
1; Jr. Ring Comm. 3;,
4; Basketball (Intra.)
ball 1,2, All Stars;
Bowling (Intra.) 1,2,
(Intra.) 1,2,3,4, All
Show 1; G.A.A. Dance


1,2,3,4
; Offi
Fresh
Sr. Rih
1,2,3,
Softb


sports


G.A.A.


ce Assist.
ian Picnic
ng Comm.
4; Basket-
all 1,3,4;
Volleyball
: Fashion


KATHLEEN MOIRA
"Kathy"
Colon, R. P.


Brains, personality,
off with a wi
Drama Club 1,2,3,
G.A.A. 4; N.H.S.
2,3; Parrakeet 4,
Dance 4; Inaugural
4; S.A. Ticket Sal
1,2,3,4; Glee C lu
1,2,4; Bk. B. (Intra.
1,2,3; Softball 1,2,
1,2,3,4; "Mrs. McTI
of Christ" 3; "Lute
Ball 4; Halloween
Sponsor 4; Valenti
Showcase 3; Jambo
State 3; Band Ch
Chem. Lab. Assist.
School: F.T.A. 1,2;
brina Fair" 2; Class
Vice-Pres. 2; Schoo


and looks topped
nning smile.
4; F.N.A. 1,2,3,4;
3,4; Science Club
Ex. Ed.; Football
I Ball 4; S.A. Sec.
es 4, Chr.; Band
b 3,4; Orchestra
,) 1,2,3; Swimming
,3; V. B. (Intra.)
thing" 3; "Coming


Song" 3;
Dance 4


Awards
ROTC


ne Formal 4;
ree Queen 4; Gi


ristmas Quei
3; Cristobal
Ad Seller 2;
President 1;
I T.V. Proarc


en 4;
High
"Sa-
Class
am 2.


KAREN M.


Ancon,


A sweet,


attractive


DAVIS


C. Z.


kind of


grace.


S.A. Alt. 4; S.A. Rep. 1; Christmas
Formal 3; Valentine Formal 4; Basket-
ball (Intra.) 4; Volleyball (Intra.)
1,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, Court.


SYLVIA ESTER CRUZ


Ancon, C. Z.


Small in stature,


but mighty


in spirit.


9
-4h
*^m mi
'.^ pt


G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep
Club 2,3,4; Zoniar
Chorus 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr.
ball (Intra.) 3,4;
1,2,3,4; Villancico
3rd Showcase Comi


Comm. 4; V
Basketball Al


Club 1,2; Spanish
i 4; S.A. Rep. 2;
Banquet 3; Basket-
Volleyball (Intra.)
Comm. 3,4; Nov.
m. 4; Senior Show-
olleyball All Stars
II Stars 3.


LINDA BARROW DAWSON
New York, New York


Taoll, stately,


Drama
book A
Formal


Club 2,3;
d Seller 3;
Comm. 2.


and fair


to behold.


Yearbook
Chorus 2;


0&9


JOHN THOMAS
"Toi


CUNNINGHAM
i,


. 1-


TIMOTHY JOSEPH DAYS


"Ti
Ancon


Panama City, R. P.


Once


in a thousand


years


a perfect man appears.


Love .thy
especially if s


im"
I, C. Z.
neighbor;
he is beautiful.


Lettermen's Club 3,4; Sec. 4; N.H.S. 4;
S.A. Rep. 2,3; Visitor's Day Comm. 3;
ROTC 2,3,4, Capt. (Ba. Staff); Jr.-Sr.
Banquet 3; M.C., Class Pres. 4; Foot-
ball 3,4; Football (Intra.) 2; Basket-
ball 3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3.


I


Lettermen's Club 1,2,4; Office Assist.
1; S.A. Rep. 1; Freshman Picnic Comm.
1; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2;
Football 3,4; Football (Intra.) 1,2,3;
Swimming 1,2,4; Swimming (Intra.)
1,2; Track 2,3.


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2,3; Year-
Christmas


CLAUDIA ELIZABETH DAVIS
"Skunk"


;


)
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rfciffffyte^-


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KENNETH MICHAEL DEGON
"Kenny"
Washington, D. C.
I can resist anything except temptation.


Radio Club 3; Orchestra
Ball Comm. 3; Drill Tea
Guard 3; ROTC 2,3,4,
Comm., 1st Lt.; Usher GuI
Banquet Comm. 3; Senior
4, Chr.


1; Awards
m 2; Honor
Capt. Co.
ard 2; Jr.-Sr.
Ring Comm,.


FLOOR MARIA DIAZ
"Florita"
Panama City, R. P.


Laughing


all the


Drama Club 4; Pan American
1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4;
Club 3,4; Visitor's Day 4; C h
1,2,3,4; Glee C lub 4; Frosh.
Comm. 1; Valentine Formal 3;
ior Activity 4; November 3rd
case 4.


CHARLES FREDERICK DENTON
"Chuck"
Montreal, Canada


An honest
mighty


Zonianr
Welfai
Hawki
tra.) 1
Polo 1
Brook
Scho
Track


Ad S
re Corn
ns Dan
; Swim
; "The
School
ol Ne
3.


CAROL ANN DIMPFL
"Dumphie"


Colon, C.


is the real c
: of heaven-


eller 2; Drives Comm. 2;
m. 4; Drill Team 2; Sadie
ce Comm. 2; Football (In-
nming 2,4; Tennis 1; Water
SLowland Sea" 2; Stony
I; Photography Club 3;
wspaper 3; Wrestling 3;


A happy combination of success,
charm, and beauty.
Disc. and Deb. 2; S.A. Alternate 1,3;
Inaugural Ball 3; S.A. Rep. 2; Safety
Comm. 4; Visitor's Day Comm. 2;
Awards Ball 4; Halloween Dance 4;
ROTC Sponsor 4; Christmas Formal 3;
Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Valentine
Formal 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1; Math
Club 1.


DANIEL P. DESLONDES


"Dancing


Ancon, C. Z.
He's not lazy,
he just conserves his energy.
Lettermen's Club 4; Drives Comm. 1;
Band 1,2; Orchestra 1; Freshman Picnic
1; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm. 3; Senior Group
Picture 4; Football 3,4; Football (In-
tra.) 1; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Bowl-
ing (Intra.) 1,2; Golf (Intra.) 1,2,3;
Ping Pong 1; Teddy Roosevelt Pageant
4.


CELIA ANN DORFMAN
"Cookie"


Ancon, C.


'V


Sweet and friendly
Drama Club 2,3; French C
2; Clinic Assist. 3,4; C
Swimming 3; Tennis 2;
1,2; Fashion Show 1.


smile.


,; F.T.A.
s 1,2,3;
(Intra.)


MELISSA ANN DOWNING
"Missy"
Panama City, R. P.
A cheerful smile
makes a sunny countenance.


HEIDI DESOTO
Breslali, Germany


The more
the more


know her
like her.


2; Pep Club 2.


. 3,4;
rary
Comm
Com
VolleyI
Sho\


Library Club 1; Pe
Assistant 1; S.A.
i. 4; Cards and An
m. 4; Basketball
ball (Intra.) 3,4;
case Comm. 3.


ep Club
Rep. 2;
nounce-
(Intra.)
Thanks-


SHARON LOU DEVORE
"Dinky"
Panama City, R. P.
Small package of TNT . .


THOMAS OSCAR DURFEE
"Tommy"
A---- r 7


I.


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; A


F.N.A.


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CECILIA YVONNE EGGLESTON
"Ceci"


Ancon,


A smile is kindness and
Worth a million


doesn't


goodness
dollars;


a cent.


Chess Club 3; Drama C
4; Science Club 3,4; S.A.
Comm. 4; Band 1,2,3,4;


Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3;


Basketball (Int
Tennis 1; Volle
Sea" 2; "Lute
Thing" 3; Fashi
2 3; Noon Orch
Theta 4.


ra.)
ball


Son


on Sh
estra


Senior
1,2,3;
2,3,
g" 3


lub 2; N.H.S.


Rep. 4; Train
Orchestra 1;
r Activity 4;
; Softball 2;
4; "Lowland
; "Mrs. Mc-


1; Math Club
,4; Mu Alpha


RAY R. ENGLE
Chicago, Illinois


Friendly
Stamp


/,


smiling,


nice to have around.


Club 1; Football (Intra.) 1.


ROLAND EISEN
"Roland"
Panama City, R. P.


Why be serious


when there


much to laugh about.


C I.h 1 2.


Photography 1,2; P
3,4; Co-ordinating


Inaugural Ball


quet 3; Fo
ball (Intra
tanets" 2;
Assist. 3.


otball


Comm. 4;
(Intra.)


"Hornpipe
: 2,3; Ch


arakeet
Comm


ALICE BELL FAIRCHILD


Panama


Jr.-Sr. Ban-
1,2; Basket-
es and Cas-
e m Lab.


The rock, her symbol-


firmness of
Assistant 4;
very's Trainna


purpose.


leyball (Intra.)


DAVID BRANDON EISEMANN


"Smokey


Panama City, R. P.


His perpetual


smile is contagious.


na Club 3,4; Letterman's
Thespians Club 3,4; Pan
2; Parakeet Ad Seller


s Manager


Comm. 4; Drill Ti
Corp.; Christmas
Basketball 4; Sw
ming (Intra.) 2;
fore La Corrida"


Coming
"The


M


eam
Form
immrii


Club 4;
American
1,2,3,4,


MICHALE DIANNE FANTON
"Mike"


3,4; Assembly
2; ROTC 2,3,4,
nal Comm. 3;


ng


Water Pol
2; "Mrs.
of Christ"
adwoman


4; Swim-
o 2; "Be-
McThing"
3; "Lute
of Chail-


" \
^ ,*


Forest


and merit wins the work.


Iowa


4; Bow
(Intra.)


Club 4;
Comm.
'ling (I
4.


Chorus
3; Bask
itra.) 3


GLORIA JEANNE ELY
"Buffy"
Panama City, R. P.


Laughter


is contagious


S4; Pep Club
1; Football Dc


Get Acquainted


Dance


1,2; S.A. Alter-
ice Comm. 3,4;
Comm. 2; Band


2,3,4; Chorus 4; Orchestra 1
ball (Intra.) 1,2; Volleyba
1,2,4; Water Ballet 2; "Fini
bow" 2; "Lowland Sea" 2;


Picnic Comm. 1;
Comm. 2; Senior


4, Chr.;
chestra


Cheerle
1,2.


HAROLD H


FEENEY


"Hap"
Colon, R. P.


,2; Basket-
II (Intra.)
ian's Rain-
Freshman


Sadie Hawkins Dance
Group Picture Comm.
ader 3,4; Noon Or-


What am I


Letterman's
Alternate 3;


Formal
Comm.
Baseball
Polo 1.


doing here?


Club 4;
Orchestra


Comm. 3;
1; Senior
4; Track


Band 1,2; S.A.
a 2; Christmas


Freshman Picnic


Activity
1,2,3,4;


Comm. 4;
Water


rn


Came
2,3;
Seller


Pan American


3,4; Christmas
etball (Intra.)
,4; Volleyball


p


Charm sets


the sight


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FRANK WILLIAM FIELDS
"Pancho"
Brownsville, Texas


A light he
La Jolla Senior
Rifle Team 1.


heart live
High


School:


Happy am I;


Drama Club 3; S.A.
Co-ordinating Comm
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm.


ROTC


Fashion Show
i. 3; Girls' St(


care I'm free.


Alternate 3;
. 3,4; Chorus
3; Volleyball


1; Jr.
ate 3.


S


CHARLES ERNEST FRENCH


"Charlie"


Colon,


SONIA MARINA FIGUEROA
"Soni"


con,


Athletic,


G.A.A. 3,4;
Pep Club 2,3;
case Comm.
3,4; Volleyba
val Dance Coi
All Stars 3,4;
Valentine Sho


friendly


Charlie is


his personality


C. Z.
y and nice-


that's our Sonia.


Lettermen's
S.A. Rep. ,
Halloween


Pan American Club 4;
Chorus 2,3; Senior Show-
4; Basketball (Intra.)
I1 (Intra.) 2,3,4; Carni-
mm. 4; Fashion Show 1;
Comparsa (Carnival) 4;
wcase Comm. 3


ROTC 2,3,4, L
Comm. 3; Sadie


S2; Class
-; 2; Footba
Baseball


1,2,3,4;


Ba


R.P.


our class athlete,


can't be beat.


Club 1,2,3,4,
; Visitor's D
Dance C o m


t. Col.;
Hawkins


President
II 2,3,4;
1,2,3,4;
,sketball


k 2,3,4;
McThing"


Vice-Pres. 4;
ay Comm. 4;
m 4, Chr.;
Jr.-Sr. Prom
Dance Comm.


1; Class Vice-Pres.
Football (Intra.) 1;
All Zone Baseball
2; Golf (Intra.) 3,4;
ck (Intra.) 1,2,3,4;


ZOBEIDA FIGUEROA
"Zobie"


Ancon,


Silence is
Pep Club 2;
3; Senior Grou


Deep


Usher C
p Picture


C. Z.
and eternal.


lub 4;
Comm.


JOSEPH TERRELL FUQUA
"Terry"


' 1
*:'\.
.-.:


Nashville,


Tennessee


Quiet but dangerous.


Usher
School:


Chorus


Usher 3.


Guard 2,3,4; Odai
Dramatics Usher 3;


rville High
Graduation


There's
beauty


Chess Club 1,2,3,4;


1,2; Spanish
Ring Comm
2,3.4; Bowli
Capt.; Volle
calaureate I


1,2,3, Chr.;
Banquet 2,3


Club A


. 3;
ng (I
balll
Jsher


Fashion
; Sr. Sho


MERCEDES AMELIA GARCIA
"Sadie"
Panama City, R. P.
Always happy, always gay,
just as nice from day to day.


no cosmetic for
like happiness.


Sec. 4; Pep
,; Chorus 2; J


Basketball (Intra.)
ntra.) 3; Softball 3,
(Intra.) 2,3,4; Bac-
3; Dramatics Usher


Show 1; Drama


Literary Club 4
Natl. Thespians
2.3; Pea Club


3; Parakeet


*I


Ad


3; Chorus 1; S
Jr.-Sr. Prom a
"Finians' Rainb
2; "Before the
Thing" 3; "The
lot" 4; Fashion


L; Drama


3; U
Sell


Club 1,2,3,4;


Pan American Club
.N. Club 2,3, Pres.
er 1; Safety Comm.


showcase
3; V.B.
ow" 1; '


Comm.
(Intra.)
Lowland


Corrida" 2; "Mrs. Mc-
Madwoman of Chail-
Show 2; Graduation
nd Busk. Banq. Comm.


JUDITH KATHLEEN FLENNIKEN
"Judyv"


GABRIEL E. FREDERICK
"Gaby"
Seattle, Washington


S.A.
1,4;
(In-
how-


PATSY ELLEN FLATAU
"Pat"
Panama City, R. P.


wcase


Comm.


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A friend


to all that


.A. 3,4; Pep Club


ANN ELIZABETH HASKELL


Memphis, T


A thing of beauty


Chess Club 2;


Dram


Pres. 4; Library C
3,4; Natl. Thespian
S.A. Ticket Sales
Chorus 1; Glee
SPicnic 1; Frosh.-S


know her.


Fashion


1; Junior Ring 4
Gown Comm. 4;
"Mrs. McThing"
Christ" 3; "Lute S
of Chaillot" 4; F
Alpha Theta 4.


ennessee


is a gift
a Club 4
b 1, Sec


oph.


Comm.
Class
3; "C
ong" 3;
fashion


of joy.
; F.N.A.,
.; N.H.S.


4; Fresh
Frolic Co


3; Cap and
Secretary 3;
o m i n g of
aj j


woman
1; Mu


.x.
\, - - -


GRAHAM LESLIE


GROSS


BETH ELAINE HEILMAN


Goldsboro, North Carolina


Success,


essentially,


Ancon,


is the acquirement


a spirit that never gives


Library Assistant 2;
SDrill Team 3; Firing
een Dance Comm. 4
ROTC 2,3,4, Major;
Senior Activity 4;
Chaillot" 4; Chem.


S.A. Alternate 2;
Squad 3; Hallow-
; Honor Guard 3;
Usher Guard 3;,
"Madwoman of
Lab. Assist. 3.


Happine
G.A.A.
Gift Cor
Basketb
(Intra.)
Tennis
All Star


.ss C


and sunshine


are her


mottos


2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Senior
rim. 4; Basketball 3,4, All Star;
all (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Bowling
2,3,4, Capt.; Softball 3,4;
2; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4;


3,4, Capt. 4.


LOYD TOM


GUNDERSEN


"Gundy"
Manhattan, New York


for he


He will


believes


succeed


all he


says.


Chess Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 2,3; Sci-
ence Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3; Zonian
Ad Seller 3; Band 1, 2; Halloween
Dance 4; ROTC 2,3,4, SFC: Usher
Guard 2,3,4, Sgt. of Guard; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Bowling (Intra.) 2;
Tennis 2; Senior Showcase Comm. 4.


Stamp
SCo-ordi
Glee C
S- ROTC
S Dance
'/ ^f f9
S 1,2,3,4,
"Finian


Club


WILLIAM HAMPTON HELE
"Bill"


Ancon,
Rare compound


:. z.


of ability


e 1; S.A.
'orus 1,2;
Dance 3;
Hawkins
1; Tennis
Polo 2,3;


Show


frolic, and fun.


; S.A. Alternat


t


nating Comm. 4; Ch
lub 1,2; Halloween
2,3,4, 1st Sgt.; Sadie
Comm. 3; Softball
1st Place 2; Water
's Rainbow" 1; Talen


T- i
) 7


CHARLES RAY HILL
"Junior"


Cristobal,


GUTIERREZ


La Guayra, Venezuela


A true


and loyal


Pan American Clu
Spanish Club 1,2;
Sentinel Formal 3;
4; Senior Group
Volleyball (Intra.)
4; Fashion Show


friend.


b 4; Pep Club 1,2;
Usher Club 4; Val-
Senior Gift Comm.
Picture Comm. 4;
4; Carnival Dance
1,2.


S Quiet,
Bridge
brary (
Spanish
Football


/' %y <)
-%, 4
~ /2
A


but friendly,


Club
:lub 1
Club
I Da


Acquainted
augural Ball
Ball 2,3,4; 1
2,3,4; Bowl
Pona 1, 2;
Rainbow" 1


He
-Ic
in
'S
;


nice to know.


1; Drama Club 1,4; Li-
; Pan American Club 1;
1; Library Assistant 1;
n ce Comm. 3,4; Get-
)ance Comm. 2,3,4; In-
!,3,4; S.A. Rep. 3; Awards
alloween Dance 4; ROTC
ig (Intra.) 1,2,3; Ping
tar Wagon" 1; "Finian's
Carnival Dance Comm. 1.


LACY ANNE HINKLE
"Binkle"
Panama City, R. P.


Lives, laughs, and


6


NANCY ANDREA GRIMES
Colon, R. P.


Show


'I


w-'

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t.


LIGIA M.


4


L


1


loves her


way











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WILLIAM


C. HITCHCOCK, JR.
"Bill"


Ancon,


heart makes a happy


guy.


S.A. Alternate 3; Assembly Comm. 4;
Co-ordinating Comm. 3; Drives Comm.
3; Inaugural Ball 3; ROTC 2,3,4, Lt.;
Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; In-
dividual Senior Picture Comm. 4; Base-
b a ll 3,4; Swimming 1,2; Theodore
Roosevelt Centennial 4; Boys' State 3.


LEE BARTON HUNNICUTT


*~~ IV"
44 -


San Anton
The spark behind


io, Texas
every explosion.


Science Club 2,3,4, Pres. 3; Assembly
Comm. 4; Usher Guard 2; Water Polo
1,2; Frosh.-Soph. Frolic Comm. 2.


CAROLYN L. HOLGERSON
"Hogi"
Colon, R. P.
Full of vim, vigor, and go;
that's why we love her so.


Drama Club 1,2,3; F.N.A. 1; Library
Club 1; Pep Club 1; Library Assistant
1; Parrakeet 4; Safety Comm. 3,4; S.A.
Ticket Sales 4; Welfare Comm. 3;
Chorus 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3;
Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Cards


and Announcements Comm. 4,
man; Basketball (Intra.) 1,4;
ball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Walter B
Make-up and Props for Plays


Baccalau


reate


Marshal


it. '*


CHLOE-ANN JOHNS
"Clo"
Houston. Texas


Chair-
Volley-
allet 2;
S1,2,3;


Not bold, not shy, not short,


A pleasant


mingling


of the


REED EDWIN HOPKINS, III
"Reed"


Ancon, C.


Rare compound of
true . with
and good


aualitv.


noble and


plenty of sense
humor too.


Science 2,3,4; Pres. 2; Drill Team 2,3,4;
Firing Squad 3,4; Honor Guard 2,3,4;
ROTC 2,3,4, 1st. Lt.; Christmas Formal
3; Awards Day Assembly 2; Theodore
Roosevelt Centennial Usher 4.


JUDITH CAROL HOTZ
"Judi"
Colon, R. P.
Heart as big as an ocean
and a smile to match.
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4, Treas.;
Pep Club 1; Counselor's Assist. 4; As-
sembly Comm. 3; Ft. B. Dance 2,3; In-
augural Ball 1; S.A. Rep. 1; Band
1,2,3, Christmas Dance 2; Glee Club
4; Frosh. Picnic 1; Sr. Act. 4; Bk. B.
1,2,3,4, All-Stars; (Intra.) 1, 2, 3, 4;
Bowling (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Swimming 2:
(Intra.) 1,2; Softball (Intra.) 3,4; V.B.
(Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3; Dra-
matics Usher 3; Fashion Show 1; Grad.
Usher 3; V.B. All-Stars 2,3,4; Mu Alpha
Theta 4; Flag Twirler 1; Award's Day
Assembly 3; Girls' State Honorary At-
torney General 3.


PATRICIA ELLEN KELLY
"Pat"
Clark Lake, Michigan
A personality that makes he
everyone's friend.


F.N.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Science
Club 1; S.A. Alternate 1; Assembly
Comm. 4; Drives Comm. 1,4; Fresh-
man Picnic Comm. 1; Frosh.-Soph.
Frolic Comm. 2; Individual Senior Pic-
ture Comm. 4; Fashion Show 1; Game
Usher 1; Campaign Comm. 2.


CARLOS FERNANDO KIAMCO
Panama City, R. P.
Quick . ever studious . .
dependable lad . a real credit
to the senior class.
N.H.S. 3,4, Vice-Pres.; Co-ordinating
Comm. 4; Get-Acquainted D a n c e
Comm. 4, Chr.; S.A. Rep. 1,3,4; Safety
Comm. 1; Honor Guard 3,4; ROTC
2,3,4, 2nd Lt.; Freshman Picnic 1;
Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Class Vice-
Pres. 3; Baseball 3,4; Bowling (Intra.)
3; Track 2,4; Track (Intra.) 2,3,4; Ping
Pong 2,3,4; Mu Alpha Theta, Honorary
Math Association 4, Vice-Pres.


A happy


not tall;
m all.


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LAIRD REED KING
"Lorry"
Gooding, Idaho


The future


Awards
2,3,4; F
2,3,4;
Rifle Te


iri
RC


is for those who


prepare


for it.


Ball Comm. 4;
ng Squad 2,3,4; H
)TC 2,3%4, Capt.


am 3,


U


Sr. Banquet Cc
2,3,4; Kirkwood
tar Club 1.


Fisher
)mm.
High


ABEL LAGASSIE, JR.
Colon. R. P.


Drill Team


[oi


nor Guard
Co. "B";


Guard 2,3
3; Game
School:


His hopes ar
Lettermen's
chestra 1; Fc
Basketball 3;
Track 1,2,3;


e high; his legs are long.
Club 2,3; Band 3; Or-
ootball ( I n t r a. ) 1,2;
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2;


~'


>0 ~ 0>
0'
h.


JANE LOUISE KINTNER


A delightful
everything


Parrakeet


4; Drives


Day Comm. 4; Christ


3; Indiv. Se
Secretary 4;
ball (Intra.)


mixture


4 .
^ .~ '


Silence
Spanish C
Football (
tra.) 1,2;
Polo 1,2.


ROBERT LAU
"Bob"
Panama City, R. P.


of most


that's terrific.


Comm. 4; Visitor's
mas Formal Comm.


Pic. Comm.
ling (Intra.)
Showcase Co


is a virti
lub 1,2;
Intra.) 1
Track


ure


of the wise.


Usher Guard 2;
,2; Basketball (In-
(Intra.) 1; Water


HENRY LEEROY LAVENDER


LEM KIRKLAND
"Lem"
Panama City, R. P.


Cristobal,


it ne were a
he wouldn't


finer fellow
be human.


A fellow


a winning


and a willing


Letterman's
Baseball 2
Basketball


heart.


2; Dril
Zone


II Team
Baseball


Math Club
nate 2; RC
Formal Cor


1;


Zonian


OTC 2,3,4;
nm. 4; Foo


4; S.A. Alter-
igt.; Valentine
all 4; Football


(Intra.) 2; Basketball (Intra.) 1
ing (Intra.) 1; Track 2; Track
1; "Madwoman of Chaillot" 4.


WILLIAM


KIRKLAND


"Bill"
Staten Island, New York


high and happy.


Camera
2,3,4; Pc
Drill Tear
Guard 2,;


2,3; Phot
3; "Mrs.
Corrida"
ing of CI
3.


Club 3; Photography Club
arrakeet 3,4, Photographer;
m 2,3; Firing Squad 2; Honor


3; ROTC 2,


tographer:


M
2;
irisi


,3,4, Usher
Football 3;


cThing" 3; "B
"Lowland Sea"
" 3. School T.V


CHARLES ENGENE LEVES


"Crazy
Ancon,


before the
2; "Com-
. Program


As nice


as they


as grand


come and


as they


ROTC 2,3, PFC.


BARBARA CAROL KLIPPER
"Barb"


"Dink


Easton, Pennsylvania


Flying


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JANICE LEE MALONE
"Jan"


Life is a jest and all things


I thought so


once,


now


show it;
I know it.


Drama Club 4; F.N.A.
3, 4; Office Assist. 4;


Alternate 4; As
ior Activity Cor


All-Stars
Swimmin
All-Stars
nation U


3,4;
g 2; V
3,4;
sher 3;


2,3,4;
Zonian


G.A.A.


4;


sembly Comm. 4;
nm. 4; Basketball
Bowling (Intra.)
volleyball (Intra.)


G.A.A.
Girls'


uance
State 3.


I


S.A.
Sen-
2,3,4,
3,4;
2,3,4,
Grad-


r


JOHN GERARD McKENNA
"Jerry"


Ancon


worry is the
then I'll li


,C. Z.
cause of death,


forever.


ROTC 2,3,4.


LUIS ROBERTO MARTINELLI
"Ricaute"
Ancon, C. Z.


A gentle


gentle


mind by


deeds is known.


Drama
1,2,3,4,
Treas 3


Co
ba
Co
"B
of


mm.


Club 3,4; Pan A


Treas. 3; Spc
; Zonian Ad S
3,4; Drivers


II Dance Comm. 2
mm. 2,3; Chorus
before the Corrida
Chaillot" 4; Pan-


sembly
Color
Comm.
1,2,3; ;
Carnivc
2,3,4.


3;


Awards


Guard 3,4;


3,4;


merican


anish Clu


ub 1,2,3,4,


sellers 3; Assembly
Comm. 3,4; Foot-
,3; Inaugural Ball
3; Swimming 4;
" 2; "Madwoman
American Day As-
Ball Comm. 2,3,4;
Halloween Dance


ROTC 2,3,4; Usher Guard
Hawkins Dance Comm. 2;


Dance


1,2,3,4;


Game


II,

I.


BRIAN EDWARD McNAMEE


Long Branch, New


says things


Usher


Drill Team


Jersey


his brain hasn't


even thought of yet.


Senior


Gift Comm. 4.


VIRGINIA ANN MAULDIN
"Ginger"


occoa,


Georgia


The mildness of
and the gentlest


Discussion and


Club 2; Library (
United Nations <
1,2.3; Cards


Debate


Fashion
3; Sheo


manner
of heart.
Club 4; Drama
1; Pep Club 3;
2,3; Chorus


EDITH LOUISE McNEIL
"Edie Mac"
Ancon, C. Z.


Happy, ca
Quick of
Stamp Club 3
Gift Comm. 4;
Fashion Show
Comm. 3.


and Announcements


2,3; Gradua-
Comm. 3.


refree,
wit in


always


gay;


every way.


,4; Orchestra
Baccalaureate
1: Valentine


1; Senior
Usher 3;
Showcase


it


BERNARD


IRVING


HAYDEE R. MEGGERS
"Heidi"
Panama City, R. P.


MAXWELL


"Bim"
Bremerton, Washington


Good humor i
wisdom


s goodness
combined.


Quiet


manners,
always


Chess Club
1,2,3,4; Radio
Comm. 4; Swi


amiable
sincere.


1,2,3; LE
Club 1;
mming 1


ways,


ettermen's Clu
Senior Activit
,2,3,4.


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G.A.A. 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Glee Clkb
3,4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3;
Basketball All-Stars 3; Basketball (In-
tra.) 3; Volleyball All-Stars 3; Volley-


ball (Intra.)
Christ" 3; Sc


Pro


Coming
gram 3,


XA&LIrnA IIAk aI FA u


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"Peggy"


HAYDEE MARIE MENDEZ
"Piki"
Panama City, R. P.


Friendship
and talent


Chess Club
French Club


in her smile


in her


toes.


1; Drama Club
2; Natl. Thespians


American Club 2,3,4,


Unite


Jan's R a
Corrida"
"Madwomi
American
laureate


ed Nations


Treas.


4;


Club 4;


hr. Banquet Comm. 3;
m. 4; Volleyball 1,2;
i n b o w" 1; "Befor
2; "The Lowland Se
an. of Chaillot"- 4;
Day Assembly 3,4;
Usher 3; Carnival


Dramatics
3; School


Usher 3;
T.V. Prog


Ancon,


secret of


C. Z.


success


is constancy and purpose.


1,2,3,4;
4; Pan
; Stamp


Astronomy Club
Club 1; Literary


Vice-P


Assoc.


Chorus
Senior
"Fin-
e the
a" 2;
Pan-
Bacca-
Dance
Grad-


Iram


Club 1,2,3;
Nations Club
3,4; Quill an


Asso
Choi
ior
i 1,2;


res.
Sciei


2; F.T.A. 4; Library
and Debate Club 4,
4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep
nce Club 3; United


2,3, Treas.
id Scroll 4;


2;
Zon


c. Editor 4; S.A. Ticket
rus 1,2,3; Jr. Ring Comm.
Gift Comm. 4; Showcase


Math Showcase


2, Chr.


Ball Comm. 3; Girls' State


Council Voting Poll
Canvass 4; N.H.S.
Flag Twirler 1.


N.S.P.A.
ian 3,4,
Sales 4;
3; Sen-
Comm.


3; United Fund
Showcase Chr. 4;


MARTHA K. MILLER
"Mart"


Crown


Ancon
her for


Honor her for


Chess Club 2,3;


,C.Z.
her diligence;
her goodness.


Drama


Club 2;


; S.A. Alternate 4; Assembly
Train Comm. 4, Chr.; Band


Orchestra


Sadie Hawkins


C
1


Comm. 2; Basketball (Intra.)
Bowling (Intra.) 2,3; Softball 2
nis 1; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3;


Club 2,3, Sec. 3;


Honorary
Thanksgiv
Orchestra


Mu Alpha


Math Assoc.


Ancon, C. Z.
What is a man but a happy
of devil and saint?


N.H.S.
.omm.
,2,3,4;
Dance
1,2,3;
; Ten-
Math


Theta, Nat.
, Treas. 4;


Lettermen's


Acqu
1,4;
Chris


aminted D


mixture


Club 3,4, Pres. 4;
Dance Comm. 1; S.A.


Visitor's Day
tmas Formal


Picnic 1; Frosh.-Soph.
entire Formal Comm.


3; Football 4
Baseball 3,4;
ball (Intra.)
(Intra.) 1,2,3


Show Case 3; Noon


Chem.


Lab Assist.


Comm. 3,4, Chr. 4;
Comm. 3; Frosh.


Frolic 2;


4;


Class Pres.


I; Football (Intra.) 1,2;
Basketball 2,3,4; Basket-
1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Track
,4; Water Polo 1.


MANUELITA MARIE MOSES
"Manue"


Los Angeles,


California


t money
she wou


Drama Cl
Club 1,2;
Comm. 3;
Welfare


JUDITH MAE MONROE
"Judy"
Oakland, California


are her characterizing
a smile and a Hil!


Assistant


gestures-


Team Sponsor


Christmas


ub 1
Off


could buy looks,
Id be priceless.
,2,3; F.N.A. 1,
ice Assist. 1;


S.A. Ticket Sale
Comm. 3; Chor


Forn


4; ROTC
mal Couri


Spa


2; Pep
Safety


s Comm. 4;
us 3; Drill
onsor, Lt. 4;
3; Sadie


Hawkins Dance Comm. 2, Daisy Mae;
Indiv. Sr. Pic. Comm. 4, Basketball
(Intra.) 2; Tennis 1; Volleyball (In-
tra.) 1,2,3; Dramatics Usher 2; Junior


Chorus


Showcase


Comm. 3.


SANDRA GAY MORENCY
"Sandy"
Detroit, Michigan


A heart sincere


Makes


a


her friendship


pleasant


smile;


most worthwhile


Chess Club 2,3, s<
N.H.S. 4; Pep Clul
3; N.S.P.A. 3,4; C
Zonian 3,4, Editor


3; Co-ordinating
Comm. 2; S.A.


secretary; F.N.A. 2,;
b 1,2; Science Club
)uill and Scroll 4;


Con


4; S.A. Alternate
im. 3, Chr.; Drives


Ticket Sales


Comm. 3; Jr. Ring 3; Sr


calaureate
1; Showcase


Marshal
Comm.


2; M


4; Christmas Program U
Council Voting Poll 3,4;
3; United Fund'Canvass
case Comm., Display Coa
Hawkins Pub. Comm.


Train


. Ring 4; Bac-
Fashion Show
u Alpha Theta


sher


2; Civil


MICHAEL NAHMAD
Panama City, R. P.


Someone


to take


Club 1;
4: Band


so it may as well


Lettermen's
S.A. Rep. 4


Club 4; Spanish
Welfare Comm.


I; Drill Team
Christmas Formal
Gown Comm. 4;
Basketball (Intra.
Water Polo 2.


mm


a


4; KU
Comm.
Football
) 1; Sw


TC 2,I
3; Cap
(Intra.)
imming


A


JOHN EDWARD MORRIS
"Mouse"


K


L








ARTHUR J. O'LEARY
"Art"
Chicago, Illinois


A guy
something


who's going place
ng cooking when


es, there's
he's quiet.


Chess Club I; Radio Club 1; Zonian
Ad Seller 1,2; S.A. Alternate 1; S.A.
Rep. 3; Welfare Comm. 4, Chr.; Band
1,2.3, Pres. 2, Treas. 3; Marching Band
, 1,2,3; Glee Club 4; Orchestra 1,2,3;
Halloween Dance 4; Christmas Formal
4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Bowling (Intra.)
1,2; "Finian's Rainbow" 2; "My Client
Curlev" 3; "Lute Song" 3; "'Coming
of Christ" 3; "The Big Front Porch" 1;
"Before the Corrida" 2; "The Lowland
Sea" 2.


MYRNA GLORIA PENA
"Magoo"


Panama


Good things


American


City, R. P.


come in small packages.


Club 4;


Fashion


Show


TRIXIE HELEN PENA
"Midget"
Panama City, R. P.


JOSE R. ORTIZ
Puerto, Rico
An all right guy
with personality to spare.
ROTC S.F.C.


44


Little, likeable,


Pan
S.A.
2,4;
Cap
(Intr


American
Alternate
Sadie Ha'
and Gow
ra.) 4; Vc


and laugh-loving.


Club 3, 4; Spanish 3,4;
3; S.A. Rep. 4; Chorus
wkins Dance Comm. 2;
n Comm. 4; Basketball
illeyball (Intra.) 4.


CLARA LOUISE


GILBERT CHARLES O'SULLIVAN
"Triumph"


Ancon, C.


A friend


Chorus


to all and all
: Football 1:;


PERCY


"Clara Lou"
Panama City, R. P.
Something attempted; something


z.
are his friends.
Track 1.


F.N.A.
1,2,3,4;
Chorus


Club 4;
3,4; All


BARBARA ANN PARKER
"Bobby"
Long Island, New York


In the middle


of everything


ALEJANDRO PEREZ-VENERO
"Alex"
New Orleans, Louisiana


exciting.


Drama Club 1,2,3,4; F.N.A. 1,'
Club 1,2,3; Singing Valentines
Ticket Sales 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4
Club 3,4; "The Coming of Chr
Roosevelt Pageant 4; Dramatics
2; Fashion Show 1,2,4; Grad
Usher 3; Talent Show 1; Dram
quet 2,3; Drama Make-Up Cor
Senior Showcase Comm. 4; Chi
Comm. 3.


2; Pep
3; S.A.
; Glee
ist" 3;
Usher
luation
a Ban-
nm. 3;
ristmas


A gentleman i
disagree without


s a man who can
being disagreeable.


SDrama Club 3; Lettermen's Club 3,4;
Pan American 3,4; Vice-Pres. 4;
: Spanish Club 3,4; Physics, 4; Parrakeet
Ad Sellers 3,4; Get-Acquainted Dance
Comm. 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Foot-
ball 1, 2; Carnival Dance Comm. 3.


' .


Il p-


K/


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LUZ ESTELA REYES
"Lucy"
Panama City, R. P.


Fun and f'
Indispensible
French Club 4; G
Comm. 4; Vice-Pres
1,2.3,4; Pep Club
1,2; U. N. Club
Visitor's Day Comm
Glee Club 3,4; I
1,2,3,4, All Star 2
2,3 4; Swimming 2
leyball (Intra.) 1,2
"The Coming of C


ALFRED FRANKLIN PETERSON
Los Angeles, California


In the life
thing for


ra young nr
happiness is
friendship.


n


Dance Comm.
Graduation Ush
gram 3; Talent


4;
er


ull of life.


.A.A. 2,3,4,
..; Pan Amer.
1,2; Spanish
4; Usher Ckl


1,2,3,4;
(Intra.)
(Intra.)
,2; Vol-
ars 3,4;
Carnival
ow 1,2;
.V. Pro-


. 4; Chorus
Basketball
; Bowling
;,$ftball 1
,3,4, All St
:hrist" 3;
Fashion Sh
3; School T


JAMES


JOSEPH REYNOLDS


"Twinkle Toes"
Washington, D. C.


a


He grins from ear to
disturbing fashion. I


BARBARA JEAN PHILLIPS
Honolulu, Hawaii


She has


a voice of gladness and
smile of beauty.


Drama Club 3; Office Assist. 1; Jr.-Sr.
Prom Advertising Comm. 3; Canteen
Comm. 2; Tickets and Bids Comm. 3;
Graduation Decorations Co m 3;
Chorus 3; Swimming 2. ,


and jokes


a lot I


he has no


He laughs
but for work


passion.


Drama Club 3,4; Lettermen's C
2,3,4; Parrakeet 4; Football Da
Comm. 4; Singing Valentines 3; Bc
1,2,3,4; Color Guard 3,4; ROTC 2,;
SFC; Christmas Formal 3; Jr.-Sr. Pr
Comm. 3; Valentine Formal Comm.
Football 2,3,4; Football (Intra.)
Baseball 4; Swimming 2,3,4; "T
Coming of Christ" 3; "Madwoman
Chaillot" 4.


MIRNA MYRIAM PIERCE
"Neyito"
Panama City, R. P.


personality.


Drama Club 3; Lib. Club 1


I


Sec. 4; Pan Amer. Club'
3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Lib. Assi
sics Assist. 4; N.S.P.A. 3; P<
Art Ed.; S.A. Alternate 4;
Comm. 4; Football Dance
Get-Acq. Dance Comm. 3,
Rep. 1; Frosh. Picnic Comm.
Soph. Frolic Comm. 1; Sadi
Dance Comm. 2; Class Sec.
the Corrida" 3; Pan Amer.
3; Carnival Dance Comm.
3; Cheerleader 3,4; Talent
Showcase Chr. 1,2,3.


4
- *


FRANKLIN ALBERTO ROMERO
"Frank"


N.H.S. 3,4,
2,3,4, Sec.
st. 1; Phy-
arrakeet 3,
Assembly
Comm. 4;
Chr.; S.A.
1; Frosh.-
e Hawkins
2; "Before
Assembly
3,4, Court
Show 1,3;


Panama City, R. P.
Little and likeable.


French Club 4; Chorus
Club 1,2,3,4; Drill Tea
Guard 2,3; ROTC 2,3,
Team 3,4; Usher Guar
Activity Comm. 4; Tra
(Intra.) 1; "Finian's
"The Coming of Christ"
land Sea" 3.


4 *
. e /


m
4,
d
ci


1,2,3,4;
S2,3; 1
, Sgt.;
2,3; S
k 1,2;
rainbow
3: "The


SAMUEL HARVEY ROWLEY, JR.
"Skipper"
Colon, R. P.


Life is not life


JULIE ANN REEDER
"Blondie"

Mexico, Missouri
A smile on her face,


gleam


F.N.A. 4; F.T.A. 4
4; Ushers Comm
Scenery Comm.
Comm. 3; Stunt


in her eye.


at all without


delight.


Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4; S.A.
nate 1; Safety Comm. 2,3; A
Ball 2,3,4; Honor Guard 2,3,4;
2,3,4, SFC; Rifle Team 2,3,4;
Soph. Frolic 1,2; Sadie Hawkins
2; Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Sr.


1; Science Club 4
. 3; Band Sec.
3, Chr.; Jr.-Sr.
Show 1,2,3.


Picture 4; S\
ming (Intra.)
Water Polo
Pageant 4; G
Game Usher


vimming 1,2
1,2; Ping
1; Roosevelt
.A.A. Dance
2.


,3,4;
Pong
Cent
Comm


Alter-
wards
ROTC
Frosh.-
Dance
Group
Swim-
1, .2;
ennial
1. 2,3;


Pep, punch, and


to her


team.


ear, in


the








GLORIA JANE SIGL
"G/o"
Manastique, Michigan


DONALD LAWRENCE SCARPACI
"Don"
Brooklyn, New York
Quiet but powerful.


rdan High
Cristobal


School: Art
High School:


Laughing a
as if trouble
Pep Club 1,2;
Ad Seller 4;
Frosh. Picnic
Frolic Comm.
3; Sadie Ha


Basketball
(Intra.) 2,3
Softball 2,3
1,2,3,4; "My
Show 1,2.


W


nd jesting all the day,
wvill never come her way.
Clinic Assist. 1,2; Zonian
Co-ordinating Comm. 4;
Comm. 1; Frosh.-Soph.
2; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm.
vkins Dance Comm. 2;
ntra.) 1,2,3,4; Bowling
Swimming (Intra.) 2;


Volley
Client C


tra )
Fashion


RUTH ELEANOR SCHMELZER
"Ruthie"
Denver, Colorado


Friendliness


Drama
Parrakee
(Intra.)
woman
School:
1; Natl.
Spanish


is the keynote


good personality.


Club 4; Natl.
it 4; Swimming
4; Volleyball (In
of Chailot" 4
Drama Cktb 2,
Thespians 3; P
Club 3. Exec. bo


3; School pa
Comm. 3; Bas
ball (Intra.)
Volleyball (In


per 2;
sketbal
2; Te
tra.) 2


Val
I (In
'nnis
*


'- .


Thespians 4;
4; Swimming
tra.) 4; "Mad-
; Boise High
Pres.; G.A.A.
'ep Club 2,3;
ard; Ski Club
entine Formal
tra.) 2; Soft-
Varsity 2,3;


MARILYN RUTH SMITH
"Smitty"
Colon, R. P.
A small and cute bundle o
friendliness and smiles.


Sc,


S.A. Ticke
Formal 3;
Volleyball
Cristobal
F.N.A. 2;
Basketball
tra.) 1,2.


t Sales 4;
SIndiv.
(Intra.)
High Schoc
Band 1
(Intra.)


Band 3


; Christmas


Pic. Comm.
Fashion Show
Drama Club
Orchestra 1
; Volleyball (


CHARLES MORGAN SCHOCK
"Mo"


I'

r
~jj-


'4,
C


, Ancon,


man with a big heart.


JON D. SNODGRASS
"Farmer Brown"
Colon, R. P.


I have great dreams oc
things to come.


Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Frosh. Picnic
Comm. 1; Frosh.-Soph. Frolic Comm. 2;
Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Valentine
Formal 4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball
2,3,4; Golf (Intra.) 3,4; Swimming (In-
tra.) 2,4; Track 2,4; Track (Intra.) 2,4.


Lettermen's Club 3,4; S.A. A
Visitor's Day Comm. 4; Band
ball 1,3,4; Football (Intra.)
ball 4; Swimming 3,4 Track
2,3,4; Sr. Activity Comm. 4.


many

Iternate 4;
1,2; Foot-
2; Base-
3,4; ROTC


SCOTT


SHEILA LUCILLE


WILLIAM JAMES


"Scotty"
Panama City, R. P.


Everyone


a Club 3,
Guard 2,3.


meets is immediately
a friend.


Rifle Team


"Shrimp"
Colon, R. P.
A smile for every


and two
Drama Club 2
3,4; Library As
3,4; Band 4; Ch


SNYDER


for every boy.
,3,4; Natl. Th


sist.
ristm


3; Sadie Hawkins
Valentine Formal Cor
Curley" 2; "Adding
Song" 3; "Madwomc
"Coming of Christ"
3; Dramatics Usher 2
gram 3; Talent Shov
Sr. Class Sponsor Se
Sec. 4; Showcase Cot
Comm. 4; Fashion
Drama Director 4.


hespians


1; Office Assist.
|as Formal Comm.
Dance Comm. 3;
mm. '4; "My Client
Machine" 3; "Lute
an of Chaillot" 4;
3; "The Lost Kiss"
; School T.V. Pro-
S1; Band Sec. 4;
c. 4; Drama Club
mm. 1, 2; Welfare
Show 4; Student


RALPH ALLEN


SHUEY


"Hot Rod"


I


. t^


r
h
O


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CARLOS A. SUCRE


"Ministro


ELEANOR LORRAINE STANCOOK
"Cissie "


Governors


Panama C
A friendly
from across


Island, New York


neighbor
the border.


"YJ Pe
tP
Il A'

A: ;4
t (I
.A 1c


It's nice to be natural
naturally ni


when you're
ce.


p Club 2; Clinic Assist. 3; Zonian
d Seller 3; Football Dance Comm. 4;
A. Rep. 3; Valentine Formal Comm.
Basketball (Intra.) 3,4; Bowling
ntra.) 3,4; Softball (Intra.) 3,4; Vol-
yball (Intra.) 3,4.


Disc. and Debate Club 2; Pan Amer-
ican Club 1,2,3,4; Astronomy Club 1;
Assembly Comm. 4; Awards Ball 4;
Honor Guard 3; ROTC 2,3,4, 1st Sgt.;
Usher Guard 2; Baseball 4; Basket-
ball (Intra.) 1; Bowling (Intra.) 3,4;
Swimming (Intra.) 1; Tennis 3,4;
Water Polo 1, 4; Sr. Showcase Comm.
4.


ADA YOLANDA TAPIA
"Yola"


LOIS JEAN STEVENS


\A I


Panama


Ancon,
s a kick


1J f
v^


C. Z.
out of living


F.N.A. 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Sr.
Comm. 4; Frosh. Dance Comm.
Sophomore Dance Comm. 2; V
(Intra.) 1; Softball (Intra.) 2.


Graciou
N.H.S. 4; Pan
Sec. 4; Zonian
Banquet Comm
Comm. 4; Bas
Volleyball (Int
Dance Court 4.


s mn every way.
American Clu
4; Chorus 2,3,
i. 3; Cap an
ketball (Intra.
ra.) 1,2,3,4;


b 2,3,4,
4; Jr.-Sr.
d Gown
) 1,3,4;
Carnival


CHRISTOPHER PATRICK TATE
"Pot"
Tampa, Florida


RICHARD STUBBS
"Dick"


Grenada,


S. Dashing

S" Basketbal
School: C
I Band 1,2.


Mississippi


smile that sends the
ohl so good-looking.


girls-


Gentle in methods,
strong in performance.


N.H.S. 3,4; Parrakeet 4; S.A. A
2; Drives Comm. 4, Chr.; S.A.
Drill Team 2,3,4, Assist. Master
ing Squad 2,3; Honor Guard 2,
2,3,4, Capt.; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Cc
Cap and Gown Comm. 4; Cla
Pres. 4; Boys' State 3; Boys' Nc
Mu Alpha Theta 4.


Ilternate
Rep. 3;
S4; Fir-
3; ROTC
imm. 3;
ss Vice-
ation 3;


EDWARD IRVING SUAREZ
"Eddy"


Cristobal,


The good-hearted man has no


enemies.


Astronomy Club 3,4; Chess Club 2;
Disc. and Debate Club 2; Lettermen's
Club 4; Pan American Club 2; Science
Club 2,3,4; United Nations Club 3;
S.A. Alternate 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3;
Sr. Gift Comm. 4; Football (Intra.)
1,2,3, Capt.; Basketball (Intra.) 2;
Bowling (Intra.) '4; Swimming 2,4;
Swimming (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4;
Track (Intra.) 2,3,4; Water Polo 2.


LAYNE W. TAYLOR
"Woody"


Ancon,


Have


Pep Club
Soph. Fro
nounceme
tra.) Voll
ion Show


C. z.


ever seen a dream


walking?


I; Office Assist. 1; Fr'
lic Comm. 2; Cards and
nts Comm. 4; Basketball
eyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; F
1,2,4.


Columbia
Stamp C


t


- "\<
'
. : *"
.^.-
y^.
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DONALD JOHN TERRY


WI


"Don"


Ancon,
Pleasant pe
always willing toc


rsonality


help


a friend.


Band 1,2;


Orc


Team 2,4; Val
Basketball (Ii
Allen Military
Baseball 3; S
3; Rifle Team


hestra
entire
ntra.)
Acadf
wimmin
3.


2; ROTC 4; Rif
Formal Comm.
1; Swimming
emy: Football
ig 3; Drill Tea


DALE ALAN TURNER
Des Moines, Iowa


greatest


do the


Radio Club
Guard 3; RI


men are those who


kindness.
Ball 3,4;


greatest


3; Awards
OTC 3,4.


LANE ALLEN THOMPSON
"Bozoo"
Colon, R. P.


MARGARET MARY VALE
"Peggy"
Panama City, R. P.


Quiet


on the surface


She has


but underneath WOW1
Lettermen's Club 3,4; Chorus 4; ROTC
2; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Football
(Intra.) 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Basketball


2; Basketball (Intra.)
(Intra.) 2; Tennis 2; W


a future full of


Chess Club 3;
Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3;
Comm. 2; Cards
Bowling (Intra.)


2; Bowling
r Polo 2.


3; Chri


treasures.


F.N.A. 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4;
Sadie Hawkins Dance
and Announcements 4;


3,4; Graduation


Usher


istmas Program Usher 2; Val-
Showcase Comm. 2; Mu Alpha
4; Home Game Ticket Sales
4.


SHIRLEY RUTH TILLMAN
"Willie"
Panama City, R. P.
Her heart is like the moon,


there is always a


Pep Club
Assist. 2;
Comm. 4
Hawkins


man in it.


Math Club 3; C
mnian Ad Seller


; Christmas Formal
Dance Comm. 2;


: Showcase Comm. 3.


counselor's


PRISCILLA LUCILLE VAN DER DIJS
"Pris"
Panama City, R. P.


A friendly
spa
French Club


1,2,4;


Spanish


Usher Club


with plenty
nd pep.


4; Pan American Club
Club 1; U.N. Club 4;


4; Chorus


1


3; Senior Gift 4; Senio
ture 4; Basketball (Intra
(Intra.) 4; Volleyball (i
nival Dance Comm. 4.


,2; Orchestra
r Group Pic-
.) 4: Bowlina


ntra.)


4; Car-


GLORIA TOLEDANO
"Glo"
Colon, R. P.


Enthusiasm and
dynamics of


friendliness


are the


her personality.


Drama Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A.
4; Natl. Thesp. 4; Pan Am
4; Zonian 4; Co-ord. Comr
1,2,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom and Ban
entine Formal 4; Bk. B. (Int
All-Stars 4; Bowling (Intr
ball 1,2; V.B. (Intra.)


Stars 4; Roosevelt
Usher 3; Carnival


Usher 1,2,3; G.A.A.


14


2,3; G.A.A.
erican Club


n. 4;
quet


Chorus
3; Val-


ANABEL VARELA
"Bellita"
Panama City, R. P.


tra.) 1,2,3,4,
a.) 4; Soft-
1,2,3,4, All-


Pageant 4;
Dance 4;


Dance


Usher 3; Sr. Showcase 4;
and Dance 1; Soph. Asse
2; Jr. Assem. 3; Girls' St


Frosh.


mm.


Baccal.


Never without a
and a friendly


cheery
smile.


French Club 2; Pan American Club
2,3,4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; C h o r u s
1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Cap and
Gown 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4;
Carnival Dance 2,3,4; Fashion Show 1;
Christmas Singing Comm. 3,4; Carni-
val Showcase 3,4, Chr. 4; Nacimiento
Comm. 2,3,4; Volleyball All Stars 4.


and Dance


ate 3.


SOLLY TOUSSIEH
"Watusi"
Panama City, R. P.


A leader


of men, a


Drama 3,4;
Library Club


U.N. C
Alpha T
Library


Lette


follower of women.
rmen's Club 2,3,4;
Natl. Thespians 4;


Ikb 1,2; Math Club 1,3, Mu
heta 4; Counselor's Assist. 1,2;
Assist. 2; Zonian Ad Seller 2;


Honor


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,


F


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MABELLE LOUISE WALKER
"Mickey"
Los Angeles, California
A cute little package
with a sense of humor.
Astronomy Club 1; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Sec. 3,
Pres. 4; Pep Club 1; Zonian 3; S.A.
Alternate 3; Usher Club 1; Band 3,4;
Chorus 1; Orchestra 2; Senior Activity
4; Bowling (Intra.) 2; Softball I;
Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; Water Ballet
1; Graduation Usher 3; Easter Show-
case Chr. 3.


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Dance 4; Dramatics Usher 2,3,4; Grad-
uation Usher 3; Villansicos 3,4; Jr.
Showcase 3; Comparsa 4.


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JOHN CRAIG WALLACE, JR.
Colon, R. P.


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why stay awake?


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JOSEPH HENRY WHITE
"Whippel"
Denver, Colorado


ROTC 1,2,3; Football


Just the


sort of friend everyone


wants to


have.


Band 1,2; Orchestra


2; ROTC 2,3.


SARAH ELLEN WHITENER
"Sarita"
Washington, D. C.


Sparkle


and spice


and everything


ROBERT JOHN WALLACE
"Bob"
Manhattan, New York
A quiet riot. An o.k. guy


in everyone's


jor Group Picture
Zone Baseball 4;
; Softball 4; Ping F


book.


Baseball
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French Club 2; Office Assist.
Alt. 3,4; Assem. Comm. 1,3;
Dance 3,4; Inaugural Ball 4
Sales 1; Visitor's Day 3,4; Frosh
1, Chr.; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Jr. R
Cap and Gown 4, Chr.; Base
Bk. B. 1,3,4; Bowling (Intra.)
Hockey (Intra.) 1; V. B. 1,3,4;
Usher 3; Cheerleader 4; Footba
4; Girls' State 3; St. Catherin
emy: Sales Manager for school


1; Lunchroom Worker
Fair 2; Field Day 2;
School: Jr. Assem. 3.


1; S.A.
Football
; Ticket
i. Picnic
[ring 3;
ball 1;
4; Field
Baccal,
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1; Annual
Cristobal


MARILYN ANNE WARD
Springfield, Missouri


cute, petite miss wit
smile and a winning


h


a captivating
personality.


Drama Cl
Pep Club
fice Assi
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4; Train
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ROTC Sponsc
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Chaillot" 4;
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; Science 2,3,4, Sec. 2; Of-
4; N.S.P.A. 3; Parrakeet
d Scroll 4; Safety Comm.
om m 4; Visitor's Day
and 2; Chorus 1,2,4;


4:


Halloween Dance 4;
4; Christmas Formal
Gift Comm. 4; Basket-


1,2; "The Madw
"The Lost Kiss"
Dramatics Usher
Girls' State 3.


Office
4; Dri
ROTC
Christr
Formal


JAMES L. WILBER


St. Paul, Minnesota
am a student, and girls
subjects to study.


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3; "Mrs.
2; Fash-


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Assist. 1; Visitor's Day Con
II Team 2,3; Honor Guard
2,3,4, 1st Sgt.; Usher Guard
mas Formal Comm. 3; Valent
3; Cap and Gown 4.


MARY ELIZABETH WATSON
Mobile, Alabama


Nice and sweet


Drama 1,2,
G.A.A. 2,3,
Assist. 1,2,3
Acq. Dance


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4;
3;
4


a treat to meet.


4; F.N.A. 2; F.T.A. 4;
Pep Club 1,2; Office
Assembly Comm. 3; Get-
; Inaugural Ball 2; S.A.
A t I ** V..


SARITA EUGENIE WATSON
"Sari"
Panama City, R. P.


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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


STANLEY RICHARD WILSON
"Stan"

Panama City, R. P.


of fellow
2, 3, 4; F
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everyone
football (I'
1; Boys'


It's not in mortals
but she'll do


Drama Club 2, 3; N.
Assist. 2; N. S. P. A.
Exchange Ed. 3; Ed.
4; Assembly Comm.
chestra 1; Sr. Gift


likes.


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Is' State
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more and she'll


H. S. 4
3; Parre
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"Finians'
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4; Library
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Showcase


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"Tony"


ANN PRESTON WOOD

"Madera"


Ancon,


Bainbridge,


A tall body


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leaves


Georgia


room for


A nature


Drama Club 1, 2,
Christmas Formal
Dance 2; Valentine
ball (Intra.) 2; Vo
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Show 1, 2, 4; East


sweet, a disposition
pleasant.


3; Pep Club 1, 2;
3; Sadie Hawkins
Formal 4; Basket-
lleyball (Intra.) 1,
rainbow" 2; Fashion
er Showcase 2.


Chess Club 4; Disc. & Deb. 2, 3,
Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Drama Club
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; S. A. Rep.
Color Guard 3; Honor Guard 4; RO
3, 4, -1st Lt.; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm.
Sadie> Hawkins Dance 2; Indiv.
Pic. Comm. 4; Football 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2, (Intra.) 2; Bowli
(Intra.) 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; "Li
Song" 3; "The Adding Machine"
Graduation Marshal 3.


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"Jean"

Georgetown, Kentucky


PICTURED


VIRGINIA EGAN
"Ginni"


Ft. Benning,


Simple and sweet
she'llbe happy the


Her loveliness


in all her \
rest of her


never knew,


she smiled on me.


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rus 1, 2; Glee Club
Announcements 4;


Assistant
1, 2; Ca
Basketball


Brown Hic
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Art Club


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teacher's a
3; Drama


Brown Hig
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Club 3.


LEWIS WITFIELD BATEMAN


"Big Boy


Ancon,


Live today,


Astronomy
1, 2, 3;
Safety C
Chorus 1,
Squad 2;
Picnic 1;
Hawkins
Golf (Int


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tomorrow


is not.


Office


KENNETH H. WEEKS


MARY E. CAMPBELL


Arraijan,


Bowie


County, Texas


Speech is


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is greater.


Quiet and sweet,


to meet.


most pleasing


Drill Team 3, 4;
ROTC 2, 3, 4, Sgt


Honor Guard 3,


The kind
Drill Team
Swimming


deserve it.


gigantic heart.


LUCILLE YOLANDA GOMEZ


Chicago Heights, Illinois
A smile is the harmony of the I
and the kindness of the sou


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Top, left to right: J. Behar; K. Clark; K. Beasley;
K. Bassett; J. Brinkley. Middle: A. Braswell; K.
A. Cheung; G. Batcheldor; B. Bartlett; D. Able. B
A. Azcarraga; R. Caldwell; J. Catron; P. Cage;


R. Blevins; R. Allen; M. Brandon;
Baughman; B. Burns; C. Castro; C. Camer
ottom: F. Baggott; A. Barley; T. Arnold;
R. Amato; D. Bergere; W. Archibald; C. B


P. Abadi; I. Arjona;
on; J. Brown; M. Bowen;
L. Athow; T. Bembenek;


Top, left to right: P. Dempsey; K. Casey; J. Feraud; G. Estrada; E. Eisenmann; E. Cox; J. Cornish; F. Davis; M. Dejer-
nette; D. DeUnamuno. Middle: S. Diaz; M. Conover; M. Davison; B. Caldito; J. Doherty; M. Daniel; J. Fields; C. Brads-
haw; K. Curtis; I. Darling. Bottom: M. Bettsak; A. Eberenz; L. Brown; D. Dombrowsky; C. Clark; E. Dolan; D. Crook;
G. Coppenhaver; T. Egan; J. Cole.


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Top, left to right: J. Meriwether; N. Litvin; L. Kielhofer; C. Lawrence; E. Morris; J. Lastinger; R. Lawson; P. McGuire
K. Lytle; J. Murdaugh; J. McNall; V. Lombroia. Middle: K. McConaghy; M. Klipper; K. Mohl; I. Michaelis; M. Orr
J. King; J. Nickerson; J. Meyers; C. Lopez; A. Lasso; S. Laquidara; A. Leonard. Bottom: J. Kimball; B. Kimberling
K. MacKenzie; E. Lince; J. Kline; C. Mire; D. MacLean; D. Monteath; J. Marshall; R. Leggiere; L. Marcola.


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A. Muller; D. Pear
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Rentz; A. Scott; B.


I. Romero; L. Sims; H. Sims; G. Rambo
ce; J. Such. Middle: E. Price; J. Shanard
/. Perra; J. Rettinger; J. Read. Bottom:
SRuiz; B. Rigby; J. Pearson; W. Rector;


; L. Sibauste; C. Ridge; S. Raymond; N. Parker; B. Sm
; P. Rose; C. Sharp; R. Perkins; R. Morris; D. Rogers
P. Rogers M. Norton; C. Schultz; E. Rennie; D. Pajak
G. Ness.


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Our Junior year


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a year
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son, J


Swenson.


our class rings are beautiful. The
theme of the Christmas Formal was
the "Ice Palace," over which Mary


Lynne Stoakley reigned


with her


four attendants.


CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE-Kneeling, left to right:
R. Blevins; R. Weade. Second row: S. Hele; V. Perra, chair-
man; K. Clark; C. Huff; G. Kent; A. Brasswell; J. Hearne.
Back: F. Bright; A. Scott; C. Schultz; M. Kelley; J. Cook.


JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE-Front row,
left to right: K. Flowers; F. Davis; D.
Able; G. Rambo. Second row: M. Davison;
M. Stoakley. Third row: M. Bowen; D.
Harned. Fourth row: T. Shepperd; P.
Janowitz. Fifth row: D. Pajak; R. Caldwell.


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tine Harrison as chairman, was well at-
tended. However our never-to-be-forgotten
Junior-Senior Prom was the highlight.
But after all, with such officers as Mike
Kelley, president; Grady Hesters, vice-
president; and Suzy Hele, secretary; how
could the year have been anything but
good?
As Seniors we hope to do even better.


secretaries-Jeanne


Meyers,


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JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE-Kneeling, left to
right: T. Ho; F. Todd; J. Steiner. Second row: I. Darling; L.
Sibauste; S. Fitzgerald; J. Shannard; N. Swenson; A. Leonard;


L. Keilhoffer; C. Thompson; E. Rennie. Third row:


C. Harrison,


chairman; R. Perkins; D. Dombrowsky; K. Sheridan; A. Fer-
guson; F. Baggot.


UNPICTURED JUNIORS-Left to right: F
Price; E. Jenkins.


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COMMITTEE,


Front: K. McConaghy; B. Batcheldor. First


row: E.


C. Holmes; N. Webster; P.


Dempsey; J. Meyers; D. Sparks. Second
row: R. Morris; J. Pearson; R. Gangle.
Third row: H. Sims; C. Watson, chair-
man; K. Curtis. Fourth row: A. White; S.
Gorham.


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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS-Left to right: Miss Matthews, assistant sponsor;
C. Nickerson, president; J. Days, secretary; W. French, vice-president; Mr. Barkowitz, sponsor.


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B. L. Bell; F. Adams; L. Barnhart
B. Arnold; P. Beeby; F. Allgood;
Arthur; R. Bradfield; S. Avery;
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; M. Baggott; J. Ashton; B. Austin; D. Baltozer; G.
; R. Argerenon. Middle: T. Aleman; F. Andrews; J
S. Acker; R. Battista; D. Bradshaw; S. Anderson.
G. Anderson; J. Alderton; J. Bateman; F. Ammirati


Abadi; B. Amar; M.
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Top, left to right: D.
wright; B. Bongiorni;
M. Brannon; F. Brown
Camp; T. Bright; D.
W. Cofer.


Btesh; R. Castelli; E. Carter; B. Chieffalo; D. Bremer; J. Buckley; S. Berry; B. Bowman; B. Boat-
J. Chase; P. Black; M. Bradley. Middle: R. Butler; J. Crane; L. Cortelloni; T. Cordova; T. Deakins;
ling; W. Brown; L. Botzenmayer; C. Brown; E. Conn; R. Bennett. Bottom: L. Braun; S. Bishop; W.
Brown; A. Carroll; R. Daniel; E. Corrigan; B. Christensen; W. Browder; B. Cole; R. Colclasure;


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e: J. Fortune; T. Jaggers; R. Hern; E. Idol; L. Herring; H. Griffin; (
Freiershaus. Bottom: W. French; J. Hare; R. Gandy; F. Hinek; D. Jenkins;
azer; P. Greeive; J. Freeman; F. Huddleston.


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Top, left to right: J. Kirkland; M. Hurtado; R. Jones; J. Maduro; M. Maduro; R. Jennings; M. McCarragher; R. Larsen;
L. Mattice; J. Horne; B. King; S. Lemmer; K. McCarthy. Middle: M. Koncir; J. Mantovani; K. Hughes; C.
Lam; F. Hood; F. Langford; J. Lawyer; Z. Lugo; S. LaGassie; A. Kelly; R. Keller; S. Jones. Bottom: J. Luhr; J. Law-
rence; G. Metzger; M. Metheny; K. Lake; T. Kaska; E. Keith; K. Major; J. Metcalf; J. Kolenda; A. LeBrun; G. Lord;
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Top, left to right: S. Rouse; S. Smith; R. Snyder; T. Rizcalla; K. Reeder; W. Stephan; A. Reimiller; J. Reichart; L. Sikor-
ski; C. Southwell; L. Stratford; P. Snee; Middle: M. Simpson; C. Prescott; L. Sanborn; J. Senn; B. Reynolds; J. Slice;
P. Sheridan; E. Stallworth; S. Sommerville; J. Stevenson; R. Street; A. Smith; Bottom: J. Reade; W. Stielau; R. Sexton;
L. Self; H. Smith; D. Stonebreaker; F. Smith; W. Smith; C. Schwarzrock; F. Stewart; S. Soto; G. Silvas; R. Sprague;
J. Persinger.


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R. Van Dyke; C. Tester; M. Watson; P. Thomas. Middle: L. Stubbs; L. O'Quin; F. Walker; D. Trasavage; S. Whitemore;
B. Thrift; J. Sutherland; J. Whaler; S. Wootten; A. Wilmoth; S. Wenborne. Bottom: J. Vecchione; J. Suarez; B. Wilson;
C. Zelnick; E. Wirtz; L. Wilson; J. Thomas; P. Underwood; J. Turner; J. Thompson; J. Ward; M. Yohros.


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SADIE HAWKINS COMMITTEE-Front row, left to
right: J. Crane; E. Pierce; C. Lam. Second row: B.
Dykes; B. Bell; R. VanDyke; J. Ashton. Third row:
R. Jones ; C. Brown; M. Braun; N. Crawford.


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Argerenon; G. Beck; V. Bartecchi; B. Bowen. Middle: J. Arreguin; P. Bartlett; M. Babb; D. Berger; A. Blystone; J.
Barba; D. Boostrom; M. Balbirnie; C. Bernhardt; B. Barnthouse; N. Askew; J. Bolin. Bottom: M. Barrett; G. Blumberg;
T. Albritton; J. Albritton; T. Akans; K. Anderson; L. Andino; B. Bagly; G. Boswell; J. Allen; P. Berger; C. Barkema;
J. Bond.


Top, left to right: J. Cooke; J. Brown; C. Campbell; R. Cole; J. Clifford; B. Coy; D. Brigandi; A. Cobb; Y. Canavaggio;
P. Chisolm; F. Chase; R. Burchett; F. Brent. Middle: H. Castro; L. Critch; B. Bowman; B. Bryant; H. Cooper; O.
Cornejo; B. Carter; P. Catron; N. Browne; M. Clare; C. Cross; M. Cesar. Bottom: B. Coffey; P. Calhoun; M. Burillo;
B. Brandon; A. Conte; T. Collins; R. Boyd; F. Brenes; G. Camby; B. Camp; C. Carlson; J. Brown; J. Craig.


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Top, left to right: J. Hebert; M. Gangle; B. Gregory; G. Hensler; D. Grady; G. Hovan; S. Hargett; C. Garcia; M. Hicks;
K. Hamilton; N. Hamman; K. Hicks. Middle: B. Gramlich; G. Gorak; G. Hatten; C. Hinely; S. Gerard; J. Huertas;
C. Hatcher; T. Hobbie; G. Gattoni; B. Horton; J. Herring; D. Hammond; B. Hanna. Bottom: J. Halvosa; D. Haase; R.
Handy; J. Hinek; J. Hatcher; F. Girk; S. Holtslander; F. Hunter; E. Griggs; M. Herring.


Top, left to right: S. Howe; M. Leonard; E. Huff; M. Lane; R. Kalbarczyk; B. Hunter; D. Knox; J. Jackson; P. Hulett;
Y. Kawakuri; M. Lytle; L. Lombana. Middle: J. Lubera; L. Jemmott; G. Little; R. Kirk; P. Kocher; V. Hughes; G. Jan-
sen; K. Jenkins; F. Levee; G. Hutchison; D. McNatt. Bottom: B. Mallory; J. McCarragher; L. Lince; M. Kincaid; L.
Jordan; P. Kelly; J. Johnson; W. Keepers; J. Iddings; C. Lavallee; R. Lloyd.


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Top, left to right: A. Novey; A. Ortiz; P. Pless; M. Payne; C. Morency; V. Nahmad; M. Morris; R. Rowe; J. Pecor;
F. Reichart; C. Putay; R. Pearl; M. Parsons; O. Roos. Middle: D. Oleen; S. Murphy; B. Phillips; J. Payne; S. Phelan; M.
Morales; E. Ramirez; B. Price; J. Rodriguez; C. Parker; B. Rogers; F. Rybicki; T. Pruitt. Bottom: S. Mitten; S. Mohr;
M. Ramirez; S. B. Mitten; L. Poole; H. Prescott; K. Pollack; W. Peterson; G. O'Masta; M. De Posada; L. Manos; K.
Nadeau; K. Price; P. Reynolds.


Top, left to right: J. Salterio; W. Stiles; D. Tagaropulos; C.
Ruiz; J. Scott; S. Smith; M. Stevens; S. Santana. Middle:
Smith; J. Smail; A. Thomas; A. Shatrosky; R. Smith; R. Sw
Rodibaugh; S. South; J. Sims; R. Schultz; V. Speer; M. Ste,
Scigliane.


Snyder;
D. Spark
anson; S
wart; S.


L. Treadway; T. Scott; M. Rainey; L. Robertson; M,
cs; J. Singer; M. Ridge; K. Schmidt; S. Reynolds; J.
. Smith. Bottom,: S. Taylor; R. Trottier; R. Smith; R.
Randel; B. Robinson; J. Searcy; J. de Unamuno; L.


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Unpictured Freshmen,
B. Foster; J. Buehler.


Freshman Co-ordinating Committee,
N. Browne; C. Cross; C. Bishop.


left to right: E. Wilson; G. Webster:;


left to right:


L. Seldon;


Freshman Showcase Committee, left to right:
Grady; C. Cross; C. Lund; A. Shatrosky.


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Student


After a close election, Solly


Toussieh be-


came our S.A. President and Bill Archibald
our S.A. Vice-President. Kathy Cox and Mary


Watson were appointed
took the oath of o


S.A. Secretaries.


office


Awards


Assembly.


Each homeroom is represented in the


meetings by the


Representative.


He is


take to the monthly meeting any worth-while


suggestions from


his homeroom


to be


sidered.


He is elected by the people in his


homeroom, and must have at least a C aver-
age. Furthermore, he is in charge of every-
thing that goes on in the homeroom.


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S. A. OFFICERS-Left to right: W. Archibald, vice-
president; K. Cox, secretary; M. Watson, secretary;
S. Toussieh, president.


S. A. REPRESENTATIVES--Kneeling, left to right: B. Rathgeber; F. Rybicki; C. Kiamco; K. Sheridan; C. Rentz; T. Womble; D.
Sikorski; R. Gangle; J. Morris; C. Lam. Back: N. Webster; B. Friese; N. Askew; B. Barnthouse; R. Bennett; C. French; L. Sims;
C. Eggleston; J. Ashton; D. Moses; L. Sikorski. Not pictured: J. Zeinick; W. Broon; N. Litvin; M. Klipper; C. Harrison; G. Ness;
T. Pena; M. Nahmad; F. Leves; L. Lombano; D. Brigandi; M. Emerson; B. Ahr; N. Browne; B. Carter; N. Jansen; B. Dilfer; M.
Clare; C. Schwarzrock; R. Wilson; E. Corrigan; T. Bright; D. Terry.


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Association



The S. A. has twelve committees to keep our
student body running smoothly. The Co-ordinating
Committee has the responsibility of ironing out the


difficulties which may arise.


Taking care of ticket


sales are the: S. A. Ticket Sales, Game Ticket Sales,


and Train


Ticket Sales. Under the auspices of the


Get-Acquainted Dance and Inaugural Ball Commit-


tees, dances are arranged.


The Assembly Commit-


tee's task is the annual Talent Show. Special days
are taken care of by the Awards Day and Visitors
Day Committees. The Drives Committee collects the
donations for the several drives each year. Keep-
ing us accident free, the Safety Committee strives
to encourage us to obey safety rules. The Welfare
Committee decorated our Christmas tree. With the


co-operation of all committees the S. A. had a suc-
cessful year.






S. A. ADVISERS-Front, left to right: Mr. R. Gar-
rett; Mr. F. Hukill; Mr. H. Dippre. Back: Mr. J.
Rider; Mr. D. Speir; Mr. C. Tatman.








S. A. ALTERNATES-Kneeling, left to right: G. O'Masta; M. Rudge; F. Ammirati; J. Bateman; J. Snodgras; J. Kline; R. Madison;
J. Wilson; C. Fitzgerald. Second row: M. Miller; L. Mattice; D. Bremer; J. Herbert; L. Luddy; M. Miller; M. Fitzgerald; S. White-
ner; B. Klipper; C. Sanborn. Back: G. Gilly; V. Perra; C. Watson; J. Malone; K. Davis; B. Bartlett; J. Rettinger; B. Davis; J.
Herring; D. Egudin. Not pictured: C. Southwell; R. Blevins; J. Garcia; J. Turner; P. Cage; M. Pierce; L. Hinkle; S. Murphey;
F. Lindh; G. Despain; H. Van Loon; R. Jennings; E. Carter; C. Lam.


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VISITOR'S DAY
Bremer; K. Cox;


COMMITTEE-Seated,


to


C. Watson; J. Kintner. Standing


iss; R. Chanis; A. Scott; M. Kelly; C. Nickerson;
Whitener; T. Cunningham.


right: D.
: J. Snod-


C. Kiamco;


AWARDS DAY


COMMITTEE-Kneeling: J.


Morris. Middle,


left to right: R. Blevins; J. Ashton; A. Leonard; A.


B. Hitchcock. Back: B. Rathgeber; H.


Chase;


D. Eisenmann.


Womble;


Wood;


T. Days; C.


S. A. DRIVES COMMITTEE-Seated, left to right: D. Moses;
J. Halvosa. Standing: K. Lytle; P. Corrigan; B. Bartlett; P.
Tate, chairman; A. Tapia; L. Diamond; V. Nahmad; D. Btesh.
Not pictured: L. Martinelli.


TRAIN TICKET SALES COMMITTEE-Left to right: M. Ward;


C. Eggleston; F. Vales; S.
man; S. Barrett; S. Tillman
ing. Not pictured: E. Gerho


Clinely; S. Hele; M. Miller, chair-
; D. Harned; J. Cornish; M. Down-
irt; C. Davis; J. Pennington.


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S. A. TICKET SALES COMMITTEE-Seated, left to right:
K. Cox, M. Watson, co-chairmen. Standing: C. Holgerson;
M. Smith; A. Haskell; B. Archibald; S. Toussieh; S. Morency;


J. Hotz; P. Morgan; R. Brown; J. Beeby;


S. DeVore.


S. A. CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE-Front, left to right:
G. Toledano; H. Sims; E. Cox; M. Clare; J. Nickerson; S.


Whitmore. Middle: H. Lavender; D. Des Londes;


G. Trail; J.
Rybicki.


White. Back:


T. Days;


T. Cunningham. Not pictured: F.


GAME TICKET SALES COMMITTEE, sitting: S. Sack, chair-
man. Standing, left to right: G. Vale; M. Daniel; J. Beeby;
P. Vale; D. Able.


ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE-Front, left to right: C. Huff; P.
Abadi; M. Pena; R. Lawson; K. McConaughy; K. Flowers; S.
Clinely. Back, left to right: 0. Winstead; E. Price; D. Browne,
chairman; S. Thompson; C. French; P. Alexander; J. Malone.


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GET ACQUAINTED DANCE COMMITTEE-Left to right:


Nahmad; P. Rogers; K. Clark; A. Perez; M.
C. Kiamco. Not Pictured: J. Price.


Pierce


S. Hele


INAUGURAL BALL COMMITTEE-Front, left to right: K. Cox;
S. Whitener; M. Watson; H. Feeney. Back: R. Eisen; B. Archi-
bald; S. Toussieh; chairman; B. Hitchcock; R. Chanis.


The Campaign and Elections Committee is chosen from Mr.
Institutions classes.


Speir's


American


SAFETY COMMITTEE-Left to right: M. Ward; C. H
K. Beasley; L. Cunningham; C. Dimpfl, chairman; W


WELFARE COMMITTEE-Front, left to right: J. Days; L. Zent;
R. Bacot; C. Cruz; S. Watson. Back: P. Dempsey; E. Eisen-
mann; L. Reyes; A. O'Leary, chairman. Not Pictured: M.


olgerson;
. French.


Nahmad; C. Denton;


F. Leves;


Snyder; J. Behar.















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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Front row, left to right: K. Eppi-
heimnr; P. Elia; S. Goeser; 0. Roos; M. Eberenz; P. Athow;
F. Hunter; P. Chisolm. Second row: P. Abadi; J. Bolin; P.
Catron; J. Smail; L. Sigliani; J. Reichart; J. Craig. Third row:
C. Lavalle; J. Potter; S. Bishop; J. Brown; N. Browne; J. Beeby.


LABORATORY ASSISTANTS-Front, left to right: A. Cheung;


M. Davison; C. Southwell; D. Strumpf;
M. Pierce; C. Zelnick. Back: R. La
Kelly; B. Archibald; A. Perez; E. Ruess;


K. Flowers;


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S. Reihart;
owitz; M.


G. Lord.


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OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Sitting, left to right:
S. Thomas. Standing, second row: L. Stubbs
J. Pennington; J. Malone; C. Zeinick; J. Sei
Fields; L. Fraunheim; L. Botzenmeyer.


COUNSELOR'S ASSISTANTS-Sitting, left to right:
anque; D. Hansen; J. Hotz; M. Izquierdo; A. Fair
Nahmad. Standing, left to right: J. Le Masters; F. A:


S. Snyder; P. Rogers; P. Norman; K. Beasl
; R. Monzon; P. Snee; P. Alexander; M. Mai
nn; A. Shatrosky. Third row: P. Kocker; L.


G. Fid-
child; V.
ndrews.


y; B. Connard;
duro; L. Fanton
Cunningham;


1. Arjona; N. Webster;
; D. Strumpf; J. Ashton;
K. Hughs; S. Booth; J.


CLINIC ASSISTANTS-Seated, left to right:
Dunn. Back: P. Calhoun; R. Van Dyke; M.


M. Watson;


Enriquez; P. Freierhous.


C


B. Bowman; S.
lare; S. South;


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Zonian


A lively


discussion


of the theme of the


Zonian started the


year off with a bang for the


yearbook staff.


Under


the capable


leadership


Sandy


Morency


and Peggy


Morgan,


the book


gradually took form. The staff was kept busy plan-
ning the Zonian, supervising and naming the various
pictures, writing the copy, and many other append-
ant jobs-having to send pictures, copy and artwork


to the printers early,


which poses


a problem


far as obtaining an accurate record of activities. Dave


Browne


and his staff


care of the


business


angles-selling yearbooks, soliciting donations, and
so forth. All in all, much effort has been expended
in order to produce as true a chronical of 1959 in


as is humanly possible.


ZONIAN EDITORS AND BUSINESS MANAGER:
P. Morgan, associate editor; S. Morency, editor;
D. Browne, business manager.


ZONIAN STAFF, kneeling, left to right: T. Ho; D. Browne; H.
Lavender. Standing: C. Symonds; R. Brown; D. Wheeler; J. Malone;
P. Morgan; S. Morency; D. Strumpf; S. Cruz; A. Tapia; J. Beeby;
G. Toledano.


A ZONIAN business manager's harem.


ZONIAN AD SELLERS-Left to right: D. Brad-
shaw; D. Browne, business manager; S. Tillman;
C. Lam. Not pictured: A. Varela.



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Parrakeet


To the passer-by,


journalism


classes,


the confused


more


antics


particularly


of the
ly the


Parrakeet, may look like the five o'clock rush at


Grand Central.


However, the staff, if no one else,


knows what they are doing, and also, what everyone
else in school is doing.
When a person signs up for the newspaper staff


must


features,


expect to
and stories,


write


innumerable


to collect


jokes


articles,


and other


interesting data for the Parrakeet Daily, to proof-
read loads of copy, and to do other miscellaneous
items. As the paper is printed at the Panama
American, the editors and part of the staff spend
most of their time either at the office, or on their
way there in one very old vehicle.
The Parrakeet, with luck, is published once every
marking period and has a circulation of 1100 in
BHS alone.


PARRAKEET EDITORS: 0. Winstead, edi-
tor; J. Rettinger, Co-editor.


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PARRAKEET AD SELLERS, left to right:
I. Arjona; E. Ruess; R. Leggiere; J. Kline;
F. Wilson; V. Bennett.



Close your mouth, Bill. The next fly is mine.


PARRAKEET STAFF, sitting, left to right: J. Reynolds; B.
Kirkland. Standing: M. Ward; S. McKay; R. Schmelzer; J.
Rettinger; O. Winstead; C. Holgerson; M. Daniels; C. Harri-
son; K. Cox; J. Kintner. Unpictured: J. Shannard; P. Tate.


This is the PARRAKEET Staff at work?


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Reserve


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cers


raining


Corps


Battalion Staff and Color Guard, left to right: Cadet Maj.
G. Gross; Cadet Capt. D. Browne; Cadet Lt. Col. C. French;
Cadet Capt. C. Dimpfl; Cadet Capt. J. Cunningham; Cadet
Capt. R. Chanis. Second row: Cadet SFC L. Gunderson;
Cadet Pvt. E. Corrigan; Cadet SFC J. Reynolds; Cadet
Sgt. L. Martinelli; Cadet Pvt. J. Smith.


R. 0. T. GC. Sponsors, left to
Dimpfl; M. Moses; M. Ward


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Drill Team-Cadet Capt. R. Chanis,


drill leader


Cadet 1st Lt. M.


Moses,


sponsor.


Rifle Team-Standing, left to right: D. Terry; B. Flumach;
B. Jenkins; A. White; R. Daniel. Kneeling: B. Scott; S.
Rowley; F. Romero; H. Barker; D. Keller; J. Turner.


Usher Guard-Back, left to right: J. Alderton; R. Daniel;
T. Hicks; T. Moore; B. Ruiz; W. Camp; P. Greene; B.
Wilson; J. Freeman; G. Metzger; T. Bright; G. Rambo;
J. Reade; R. Flumach; T. Cordova. Front: Cadet Capt. D.
Browne; E. Dolan; J. Saniel; D. Bradshaw; E. Eddleman;
M. Dubbs; H. Griffin; J. Crane; G. Rambo; W. Beardall;
V. Lombroia; L. Gundersen.


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Officers, left to right: Cadet
Hunnicutt; Cadet 1st Lt. M. M


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P. Tate, company commander; Cadet 2nd Lt. L.
Cadet 2nd Lt. C. Kiamco; Cadet 1st Lt. A. Womble.


Company


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Officers, left to right: Cadet Capt.
Hitchcock; Cadet 1st Lt. M. Ward;


L. King, company commander;
Cadet 2nd Lt. H. Stahl; Cadet


Officers, le
Snodgrass;


Right: Cadet Capt. T
det 1st Lt. K. Cox;


Cadet 2nd Lt. W.
1st Lt. R. Hopkins.


Ashton, former company commander; Cadet 2nd Lt. J.
Cadet 2nd Lt. J. Aleman; Cadet 1st Lt. K. Degon,


company


commander.


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- f 1 Chez

1Eloise


Left to right: D. Trasavage; L. Sibauste; G. Kent; M. Eberenz.


The eighteenth annual fashion show,
Chez Eloise, was held January 14, 1959,
on the lawn of Balboa High School. The
girls, who were from the first, second,
and third year home economics classes,


under


instruction


of Miss


Eloise


Monroe, donned dresses which they had
made during the school year. They mod-
eled sport clothes and street clothes, as
well as formals and semi-formals.


Left to right: S. DeVore; S. Reihart; J. Beeby;
S. Snyder; B. Parker.


Left to right: B. Smith; J. Adkins; M. Smith;
L. Taylor; A. Wood.














Music

The BHS Music Department under the


fine and capable leadership of Mr.


Victor


A. Herr completed another busy and suc-
cessful year with accomplishments involv-
ing both the school and the community.

The band started the year by furnishing


music for


our pep-rallies


and assemblies


and led us at the end of each memorable
ball game as we stood up proudly in victory
or defeat and sang our "Alma Mater."


The band plays on under Mr. Herr's capable direction.


BAND-Front, left to right: S. Snyder; C. Eggleston; M. Morris; D. Oglesby;
Braswell; M. Walker; J. Reeder; N. Litvin; S. McKay. Second row: K. Lytle;


P. Beeby; C
M. Miller;


Mugnier; F. Mosely; J.


Stevenson; A.


S. Anderson; M. Fitzgerald; M. Miller;


J. Brinkley; P. Rose; J. Zeinick; W. Brown; C.
J. Hearne. Back: G. Hutchinson; R. Blevins; R


Bradshaw; P. Morgan; R. Colclasure; K. Cox; B.
. Smith; S. Townsend; W. Farrell; L. Rice; W.


Mallory; H. Barnes; M.
Harrell; R. Sprague; H.


Wheeler;
Colbert; J.


Bassett; D. Brown; J. Daly; J. Ward; J. Alderden.


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The 300-voice mixed


The BHS Chorus and Glee Club, which together con-
sists of 300 members, performed at many events during
the 1958-59 school year. The Glee Club made frequent
appearances between shows at the Balboa Theater;
stereophonic recordings were made of many of the songs.

The annual Christmas Concert was presented to an
enthusiastic audience and featured many talented soloists,
among them Vena Bennett, Joline Clare, Phyllis Snee, and
Frank Bright. Their solos were enhanced by a variety of
accompanying instruments such as harp, organ, piano,
and numerous woodwind combinations.



GLEE CLUB-Front row, left to right: F. Davis; M. Dejernette; R. Jones; P. Norman; B. Parker; E. Carter; J. Clare; V. Bennett;
P. Snee; M. Wheeler; E. Idol; K. Lytle; J. Days. Second row: J. Mantovani; K. Flowers; E. Gerhart; S. Eakes; M. Hicks; L. Mattice;
K. Cox; H. Meggers; N. Hiegal; B. Coffee; E. Conn; J. Blainey; K. Hamilton; K. Curtis. Third row: M. Conover; S. Davis; J.
Herring; D. Grady; B. Ahr; J. Ward; B. Mallory; B. Maxwell; C. Nickerson; F. Albright; J. Bassett; L. Wilson; E. Price; C. Huff.
Back: C. Schultz; D. Wheeler; M. Kincaid; C. Morency; V. Hill; H. Barnes; W. Brown; R. Colclasure; R. Glazer; C. Denton; R.
Nester; P. Janowitz; R. Caldwell; J. Marshall; S. Randel; C. Harrison; E. Herring; K. Egolf; L. Reyes.


Chorus of Balboa H


ORCHES
ley; R. I
Walker;
sett; M.
K. Egolf.


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National


Societies


With David Browne at the helmhn, the BHS chapter


of the National
Spring and Fall


Honor


I Initiation.


sailed


through


Carlos Kiamnco,


vice-


president, Mirna Pierce, secretary, and Judi Hotz,


treasurer,


were


kept busy handling details of the


organization. As this copy left for the printer, plans
were still under discussion for the annual project.


The Mu Alpha Theta, a new organization in BHS,
is a national honorary mathematics society. Rolando


Chanis,


president,


Carlos


Kiamco,


vice-president,


David Browne, secretary, and Martha Miller, treas-
urer, led the group, having an initiation and charter
presentation, putting up a mathematics display, and
starting a glossary of mathematical terms.




MU ALPHA THETA-Front row, left to right:
R. Chanis, president; C. Kiamco, vice-president.
Second row: A. Haskell; P. Vale; J. Hotz. Third
row: D. Browne, secretary; S. Toussieh; E. Chal-
uja. Fourth row: P. Tate; C. Eggleston; M. Miller,
treasurer; S. Morency.







NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, First row, left to right: S. Reihart; A. Tapia; M. Miller; C. Eggleston; V. Bennett; A. Haskell;
J Hotz, treasurer; P. Vale; O. Winstead; P. Morgan; S. Morency; K. Cox; B. Klipper. Second row: P. Tate; R. Chanis; T. Cunningham;
D. Browne, president; C. Kiamco, vice-president. Unpictured: M. Pierce, secretary.









Drama


The "Stock and Buskin," B.H.S.'s Drama Club, and Thespian
Troupe 314 had a very active school year. Directed by Mr. Mus-


selman, the drama sponsor, they presented, in November,
Woman of Chaillot."


"Sock and Buskin"


Thursday. The members,


"The Mad


held its monthly meetings every third


which include students of all high school


grades, were very enthusiastic and helpful. The National Thespian
Society, an honorary society of drama, met at noon on the first and
third Wednesdays of every month.

The goal of every member of the Drama Club is to become a


Thespian.


To achieve this a member must accumulate ten


points.


Points are awarded for acting, make-up, publicity, and the millions
of other little jobs done in connection with the production of a play.
After the required number of points have been acquired, the person is
eligible for initiation.

This year's first initiation was held on January 8, at our school


library.
other ar


Talks on speech, dance, music, literature, the theater, and


ts,


were given by the old Thespians,


who were draped in


white sheets, a-la-Romana.


The initiates were then formally sworn


into Troupe 314. The new Thespians then put on the entertainment,
which was a pantomime of the different types of people seen at a fair. .


Top: O! Solo Mio! Bottom: Phyllis Snee
calling her make-believe dog. Both scenes
are from "The Mad Woman of Challiot."



NATIONAL THESPIANS, kneeling, left to right: W. Browder; P. Snee; J. Blaney; M. Garcia; R. Chanis; R. Schmelzer; G. Garcia;
C. Southwell; F. Todd; K. Curtis. Back Row: L. Hinkle; C. Lund; C. Fitzgerald; H. Mendez; J. Reynolds; A. Haskell, secretary-
treasurer; D. Browne, president; E. Price; D. Eisenman; V. Bennett, vice-president; S. Toussieh; G. Toledano; B. Kirkland; S. Snyder.
























CHRISTMAS FORMAL QUEEN AND
P. Dempsey; M. L. Stoakley, queen;


COURT-Left to right: L. Sims;


A. Brasw


ell; H.


FOOTBALL
Cox, queen;


QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: A.
S. Whitener.


VALENTINE QUEEN AND COURT-Front row, left to right: J.


L. Sikorski; J. Days. Third row:
Taylor, queen.


K. McConaghy; A. Haskell; M.


Haskell; K.


Herring; A. Shatrosky.


Second


row:


Watson; K. Beasley. Fourth row: L.


Gems


of


Sims.






the


Ocean


SADIE HAWKINS QUEEN AND COURT-Front: J. Sullivan, queen. Back, left
to right: D. Moses; E. Carter; D. Bremer.


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TRACK QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right:
queen; M. Moses.


B. Bartlett;


Whitener,


CARNIVAL QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: M. Clare; M. Arosemena; E. Johnson;
L. Arroyo; A. Varela, queen; A. Tapia; F. Vales; E. Pierce; M. Burillo.







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"Navidad, navidad, tra lala..."


The chicks rate


"most popular"


at the science display.


No, not with that! It costs money!


Showcase


conference!

























LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS-Back,


Y. Kawapuri;


wether;
adviser.


G. Arosemena;


S. Eakes; R. Jones,
Seated, left to rig


R. Leggierre;


left to right: P. van d
. Miller; S. Jones; R. B


secretary;


lht:


C. Vald


G. Garcia; P. Tagaropulos;


er Dijs; G. Hatton; S. Daubin; A. Lasso; M. Watson;
3ennett, president; S. Goeser; A. Franklin; J. Meri-
D. Hansen; M. Urrutia; C. Cameron; Mrs. Haselden,


P. Greene;


W. Camp; D. Bradshaw; C. Lam;


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Strumpf; G.


Toledano; R. Schmelzer;


M. Van Loon; L. Sikorski.


J. Blaney; K. Curtis; S.


Smith


S. Townsend; D. Grady; B.


R. Monzon; J. Smith.


S. Eakes;


Toussieh


Fifth Row:


Wootten


E. Price;


A. Haskell; M.


D. Browne, preside
Garcia; F. Todd; V.


Brown
rise;
Came


W. Browder; L. Diamond; M. Cl


per; C.Fitzgerald;
S. Randall; 0. C0


B. Bell;
ron; S. So


A. McGuire;
uth; N. Aske


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it; S. Snyder. Second Row:
Bennett; C. Lund; M. Bradley;


ns; L. Stratford;


D. Des Voigne.


Fourth


Daubin
row:


G. Hatten; J. Me)
rnejo; B. Kirkland


yers;
;C.


P.


M. Hurtado;
; K. Lytle;
V. Nahmad:


w; D. Moses; J. Clare; R. Wilson; D. Hansen;


Sikorski;
J. Cornish


rraga


S. Murphy; R. Jones;
; M. Burillo; M. Meg-
; L. Andino; P. Davis;


errama;


H. Griffin; L. Ardino; S. Rodriguez; J. Turner.


SOCK


AND BUSKIN-First


row, left to right:


Third Row:


G. Garcia;


H. Mendez;


; J. Kirkland;


Shatrosky; N.
S. Davis; B. I


S. Mohr: L. Botzenm


Ahr; J. Brown; R. Bennett; C.


B. Widell


ayer. Sixth Rc
D. Eisenmann


; S. Watki


ow: H. Coo


rown;


are; C. Southwell; J. Laming; D.


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POINT OF VIEW CLUB-Kneeling, left to right: D. Browne, president; J. Rettinger, president; P.
Morgan, vice-president. Second Row: M. Bradley; S. Townsend; M. Watson: N. Litvin: M. Clare:


S. Thomas.


Fourth


row:


Third


row:


D. Hansen; R. Allen;


L. Diamond; J. Barrett; F. Langfor


K. Cox; A. Leonard; N. Browne; P. McGuire; J. Maduro.


d;


S. Barrett; V. Mauldin;


A. Shatrosky. Back: D. Egudin;


C. Lam; B.


Widell; M.


Wheeler.


O. Winstead, secretary.


Not pictured:


T. Womble, vice-president; J. Nickerson,


secretary;


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FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA-Front Row, left to right: M. Dejernetto; B. D


president; J. Heilman, vice-president; S.
R. Jones; D. Griffin; P. Kelly; M. Ridg
B. Phillips; S. McKay; P. Vale. Back Row


Wagner; S. Reihart; J. Vogel. Sec
e. Third Row: M. Baggot; J. Cc
': M. Scigliane; K. Cox; P. Davis;


'ond


irnish
Mrs.


ykes; J. Missall; M. Ward, secretary; A. Haskcll,
Row: N. Grimes; E. Ruess; S. Murphey; S. Phelan;
; B. Bryant; J. Hearne; R. Thompson; D. Wheeler;
Journeay, sponsor; B. Austin; J. Malone.


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PAN-AMERICAN CLUB-Standing, left to right: E. Reuss;


G. Toledano


; M. Pierce;


M. Pena; S. Figueroa; S. Watson; P. Van der Dijs; M. Clare; D. Griffin; V. Nahn
E. Price; F. Vales; A. Cheung; E. Johnson; P. Davis; L. Barnhart; L. Sikorski.


S. Watkin


E. Pierce


P. Flatau


; T. Pena;


iad; M. Orr; M. Urrutia; M. Maduro; E. Eisenmann;


Kneeling:


B. Caldito;


L. Martinelli; A.


vice-president; R. Chanis, president; A. Azcarraga; E. Chaluja;


C. Lam; R. Leggiere. Not pictured: H. Mendez, treasurer; R. Tercos;


M. Morales; M. Arosemena; O. Cornejo; L. Sibauste; A. Tapia, secretary; A. Varela; F. Hood; M. Burillo; N. Perez; F. Diaz; L. Arroyo.


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president;
Webster,


CLUB-Standing, left to right:
; R. Thompson; R. Bennett; S. J


M.
vice


Conover;


-president; B.


P. Elich;


Frangioni; L. Zent; E. Suarez; C. Mugnier; L.
Gundersen; R. Leggiere; D. Dombrowski.


D. Des
ones; S


Voigne; S. Daubin; B
. Barrett; M. Daniels;
Braswell; F. Davis, s
. Hill. Kneelina. left


Hunnicutt; F.


Todd; B.


. West; M.
C. Harrison,
secretary; N.
to right: R.
Wallace; L.


CHESS CLUB-Front row, left to right: P. Janowitz, vice-president; D. Browne, president.


secretary; L. Gundersen; M. Bradley. Third row: P
Brown; J. Nickerson; J. Barrett; M. Miller; S. Ti
D. Sikorski; J. Freeman; C. Clark; J. Zeinick; M.


. McGuire; S. Acker; J. Brow
ownsend. Fourth row: N. Brow
Wheeler; T. Womble.


n; L. Sikor
ne; D. Brad


Second row: W. Beardall; P. Flateau,
ski; V. Hill; E. Ruess; P. Berger; L.
shaw; C. Lam; S. Aguilo; R. Leggiere;


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FUTURE


Standing, Ii
Acker; N.


TEACHERS


OF AMERICA-


eft to right: C. Symonds; S.
Browne, vice-president; C. Huff;


J. Turner; N. Turner; S. Booth; S. Barrett;


E. Weber; M.


Davidson;


H. Cooper;


Goeser; C. Davis; P. Morgan;


Miss Stindt,


adviser. Seated, left to right: M. Pruit;
J. Reeder; M. Walker, president; C. Bern-
hardt; L. Stratford.


STAMP CLUB-Kneeling: T. Sheppard.
Standing, left to right: P. Blades, vice-
president; E. McNeil, president; R. Leg-
giere; E. Ruess; T. Ho.






























CAMERA CLUB-Front row, left to right:


R. Frangio


T. Ho.


Second


E. Ruess;


. Wise; J. Bond, president;
row: E. Cox; R. Leggiere;


R. Madison;


White; F. Brent.


F. Hunter;


WINDOW DISPLAY COMMITTEE-Front,


left to right: J. Miller; L.
Bradley. Back, left to right:
V. Hill; B. Ahr; J. Jackson.


D. Grady;






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Home-run coming up!
















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A groin
selected
squad by
dents an


up of eight girls is
for the cheerleading
a committee of stu-


faculty.


Practice


sessions and tryouts are held,


usually
tion.


y


after the Easter


Vaca-


Any girl in the school is


eligible, but only those with at
least a 2.0 average are permitted
to participate in the final try-
outs.
The purposes of the squad are
to generate enthusiasm among


team


members,


student


body,


and general public, and to en-
courage a spirit of sportsman-
ship and fair play in the pep
rallies and athletic events.


CHEERLEADERS-Front, left to right:
E. Stancook; G. Ely; B. Klipper. Back:
S. Whitener.




CHEERLEADERS-Left to right: D. Brrner;


CHEERLEADERS-Front,
M. Pierce; D. Bremer; B.
S. DeVore, captain.


Whitener; B. Klipper; B. Bartlett; E. Stancook; G. Ely; M. Pierce;


left to
Bartlett.


S. DeVore, captain.


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Football


For the first time in many years the Bulldogs


were not favored to win the Jamboree.


However,


the Bulldogs fooled


everyone


by not only winning


the Jamboree, but defeating the favored Athletic


Club 7-0.


The rest of the


season did not prove to be


as successful. Although tying the Athletic Club for


the Canal Zone Championship, they


lost the Inter-


scholastic Championship to the Cristobal Tigers.


COACHES-Left to


Anderson


and Coach Horine.


Top, left to right: R. Anderson, coach; W. Engelke; R. Blevins; C. Fitzgerald, manager; L. Horine, coach. Third row:


M. Nah-


mad; F. Stewart;


G. Camby; W. French; B.


Rathgeber; D.


Ness; J. Turner; J.


Vecchione; M. Borowiec;


L. Self; J. D


work. Second


row: P. Cage;


C. Rentz;


G. Ness; H .Womble;


A. Scott; K. Sheridan;


S. Gorham; M. Kelly; D. Pajak; J. Marshall; D. Keller;


R. Scott. Bottom:


J. Morris; E.


Des Londes; H. Lavender; P.


Suarez;
Corrigan.


T. Days; C. French; D. Adams;


T. Womble; M. Schoch; J.


Snodgrass;


eynolds;


Wonder what's happening!


Let go!


right: Coach









Scoreboard


Oct. 10
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31


Nov.14


0 ....................-..A C


BHS 13....................JC


BHS
BHS
BHS
BHS


0...................CHS 7
27 ....... ...................JC 6

6 ................ ACHS 6


SENIOR BACKS-Left to right:


C. French; J. Reynolds; T. Days; J. Morris.


SENIOR LINEMEN-Front,
DesLondes; E. Suarez.


left to right: J. Snodgras; D. Adams;


T. Womble; M. Schoc


h. Back: P. Corrigan; H. Lavender; D.


Charlie makes his own hole.


Don't hesitate, run!
























COACH AND MANAGER-Left to right:
manager C. Fitzgerald


Coach Horine and


Baseball


The Balboa Bulldogs, behind the superb pitching
of Mo Schoch and Jeff Kline, romped to their Inter-
scholastic Baseball Crown. These two pitched win-
ning ball all year long with Schoch pitching the
only no-hitter of the year against ill-fated J.C.

The big guns at the plate for the Bulldogs this
year were Gary Ness, Lem Kirkland, Joe Garcia,
John Morris, and Willie Engelke. Coach Larry
Horine will surely miss these graduating stalwarts,
but he nevertheless anticipates an equally successful
season next year with the help of returning squad
members Buzzy Rathgeber, Curty Schwarzrock,
Willie Engelke, and Doug Pajak.


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PITCHERS-Left to right: M. Schoch; L. Kirkland;
M. Klipper; J. Kline.


BASEBALL TEAM-Standing, left to right: M. Klipper; J. Morris; K. Pearl; W. Engelke; J. Garcia; J. Kline; D. Pajak; M. Schoch;
C. Schwarzroch; F. Ammiratti; L. Thompson; G. Ness; C. French; L. Kirkland; B. Rathgaber. Kneeling: L. Horine, coach; C.
Fitzgerald, manager.






















Where's the ball?


... and not a drop to drink.


Don't steal now!


Scoreboard


Dec. 22


Jan. 13


Jan. 30
Feb. 3
Feb. 17
Feb. 20


BHS 5 .. ........... -.-.JC 0
BHS 3 .....-...............-.. CHS 1
BHS 4 ..---............CHS 5
BHS 8----- --...............................JC 4

BHS 6 .--........-........-....JC 5
BHS 12...........................CHS 2


7 .. ................ ... CHS


BH S 11 ................................. JC 1
BHS 3 ............ .JC 0
BHS 10 ............CHS 3
BHS 15 ........... ...........JC 0


Mar.10


4 ...... ........ CHS


Will he make it?


Made it!


Well done!






Please


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the


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Ship


Log


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swimming teams and captains
weren't chosen and the sports


were not


min progress


at press


the Zonian staff regrets


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