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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/zonian1941 balb

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," \ 1941 ZONIAN Balboa High School Balboa, Canal Zone

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Sett ng TO THE CLASS OF 19 4 1 As you plunge into the years ahead may you be mindful of the duti es a nd re sponsibilities that are yours. May the se duties a nd responsibilities be a real challenge to you It is my h o pe th a t you will accept this cha llen ge with pride a nd confidence May your perfo rm a n ce in the world of tomorrow brin g j oy, happiness and g l ory to you, your p arents a nd your s c h ool. SIGURD E ESSER Pril7ci p{/l. B{/lboa Hig h S c bo ol.

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De die a ti 0 n B::ca u se o f hi s unfaili n g se n se o f humo r b eca u se o f a p e r so n a lir y t hat wo ul d n o r l e r him l os e tOu c h wirh youth, b eca u se o f hi s kin d ly in s i s r e n c e rh a r a lw ays b ro u g hr o ur rh e bes t in us-rh e se ni o r class g r a refull y d e di ca r es rhi s b ook to Mr. Sub e rr Turbytill. .. I )

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D rectors F ir s r row, l efr ro rig hr: Sigurd E. Esser. princ ip : d vocario n a l g u ida n ce; Ben M. II'I illiams, supe rinr e n de nr o f sc h oo ls. Seco nd row : Law r ence J 0/111S0?1. s i sra nr supe rinr e nd e nr o f sch oo ls. Third row: E n glis h ; Agnes R Eneboe. Am erica n h isro ry, A mer i ca n probl e ms; G eorg6 H oward, ass i s r a nr ro rhe s u pe rinr e n de nr o f sc h oo ls. Fo urrh row : Alice E. Candee m od e rn hi sro ry, early wo rld hi sro ry, genera l m arhe m arics; Raymond II'/. Clarke. m arhe m arics; A l ice A. H augh Ion e l e m e nr a r y h o u se h old arrs. Fifrh row: Neil B-ranstetter. g l ee clu b ba n d, o r c h es rr a; F rances Mag;;i-re. o ffi ce se cr e r a ry; G eo r g e S Weaver. pl a n e geo merry, a l ge bra. Six rh row: Margaret McLeod phys ical ed ucario n ; H arold J. Z ierten mec h a n ica l d ra win g; 0 t g a F ros t S pa nish Fr e n c h S eve nrh row : G eorge O L ee, bi o l ogy; L ozlise H anna, phy s i ca l educario n ; Allen B W a rd Sp a ni s h; El oise i \llonroe a dv a n c e d h o u s eh old arrs; Calmer A B atalden, w ood w o rkin g; Iino? D R obson . Sp a ni sh.

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Directors First row left t o right: Alice Parsons, English L a tin; G. C. L ockridge. playground director; K atherine JesJ1tp. English. Second row: H el'vey P. Prentiss, libr aria n Americ a n history ; Geo r ge 117 m'dlau;, a l gebra; H arry Strode phy sica l educ atio n Third row: Mildred Swens on. elementary t yping, bu s iness correspon den ce; R oger W. Collinge. journ alis m English; B eatrice Gardner elementar y a nd adva nced a n F o urth row: schoo l p hysi cia n ; My rtle Whaley. Englis h ; Walter Sanford English Fifth r ow: M ary E. Butla. graphy a dvanced typing ; E. W. chelt, mathem atics, p l ane Margaret Hau;, libraria n. Sixth row: Walter Fischer. chemis try; Caroline H agen, office assistant ; Rudo lp h]. Lanto physical educ a ti o n Sev enth row: Max F ranklin. meta l shop ; Rae Elicker school nurse ; R aymond \17 ,titer, m a rhematics general scie n ce; Evelyn L. H uestis American history English ; Hztgh St ick lel'. gen eral science, bi o l ogy; Et
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Prologue A s th e c urt a in fls e s o n th e hi g h sch oo l dr a m a o f the Class o f 4 1 th e stag e will h old m a n y f a mili a r ch a ract e r s a nd s ettings. It i s th e h o p e o f the s t aff th a t th e p oses a nd phrases which recall hig h sch oo l d a y s in futur e y e a r s w ill re call n ot o nl y th e g l a m o r o f the f oo tli g ht s but a lso th e s t age h ands a n d th e scen e s hift e rs.

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Playb II September 6 And n ow ti s h ere The dreaded day S c h oo l has s t a rted Let u s pray! September 6 The sh avi n g of empty heads f o rbidden ; fresh men a re h a irless and humble. O cto ber N ovem b e r 15 D odso n m a kes the most brilli a nt p lay o f th e foo t b all season-70 yards th e wrong way. The fir s t h onor r oll posted. Peggy Milliken o n top. November 5 Ernie H orter ele c ted seni or pr es ident with cam pai g n b a nners a nd post ers. ( F.D .R was lu c k y too.) N ove mber 29 Those Cristobal l ads a nd lassies beat us to a frazz l e in football, as well as in gi rls volley b a ll. December 5 The H o rter-M e Guire Weisiger tri a n g l e b egins to shake the school. December 6 H o n o r toll posted Peggy Milliken o n top. Decemb er 10 The Ga Ga Girls bre a k dow n and serve turkey at their luncheon-right aft er Tha nk sgiving. December 19 Annual Christmas pro g r a m The g irls, dressed in white and carrying lighted ca ndles lo ok lik e J a nuary angels. 15 Petruchio" H o rter has trouble keeping his tw O l irtle sweethearts in line, but he t a mes Katy" F l y nn in The T ami n g o f the Shrew with wim and wigaL

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PI ayb ill J a nuary 17 Studenr Associ a tion t a ke s over the hu g e t a sk o f a n empl oymenr bure a u J a nu a r y 3 1 H o n o r roll posted T o hec k with Pe ggy Milli ken Febru a r y 10 The pil e driver a t ItS hei g ht. S c h oo l as u s u al. Learnin g n o t as usual. F e bru a r y 1 4 The s eni o r s h old a n ori g in a l da nce. Audre y M e tz r e i g n s as V a l e nrlne qu een. Emb o we r e d In red a n d white heart s a nd b o ws Ernie H o rt e r m a kes a M a r c h M a r c h M a r c h April April M a r c h May June s p e e c h 1 Fiv e b oys b rea k a rms, head s a n d thumbs D r Eu g en e d e m o nstr a te s to hi s health s qu a ds. 5 R ex S to n e r misse s s ch ool. N o bre e z e to day. 22 Track me e t w ith Crisrob a l is a walko ver. B a l boa s w amps em 3 W o rld premier e o f Mid ni g ht g i ve n st a rrin g H e d y S a n b 0 r n a n d T yro ne H owa rd. 5 The G A. A." B Club feud l oses the he a dlines to th e r ag in g b a ttl e a m o n g the senior g irl s 25 C o m m e ncem e nr C o mmittee n a m ed. Ei g ht ee n s tud e nr s m oa n a nd ge t d o wn to wo rk. 2 The juni o r s a nd seni o r s h a ve iced-fruit s a l a d a nd a n a c compa nying c hi c ken dinner a t the b a nqu e t Ernie m a kes a s peech 5 J a ck U ptO n g ets hi s dipl o ma.

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Dramatis Personae One hundred a nd seve nrynine srrong, th e seni o r s of '4 1 t a ke a b ow,

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Leads MR. HAROLD J ZIERTEN, Class Advi se r. o ERNEST HORTER -Y Pennsylvani a J am Sir Oracle and when lope my lips l e t n o dog bark. 8a'iebaJl I 2, 3, ..j; F o Otball 1. 3. 4; Ba s ketball 1 2, 3, 4; B Club; L ittl e T heatre 1 2, 3. 4; H e aded for Eden 3 Nettie 2 ; Julius C a es :tr 1 ; Taming o f the Shrew 4 ; Three Days o f Grac ie 2 BRADLEY PEARSON Canal Z o n e 1 will go a nd meet the ladies. N ew U t re cht Hi g h Sc h oo l Bro o klyn 3; B ase ball 1 2, 4; Trac k 1 2, 4; Football 1 2, 4; Tennis I ; Swimming 1 ; Bas k ; tball 1 2, 4; lulius C aesar I ; Vi c e Pre s idenr 4 ; Bio l ogy Club I 2 DONNA C URRIER P a nama Fro m th e s h y e s t o f (lO W :' ( 5 co me s s we e te s t o f h o ney. P oc: ucll o Hi g h S c h oo l I daho, 1. 2; Volleyb all 4; Gk-e (Jub 4 S ec retar y 4

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, ( MARCO CHEN Panama Not 100 s tudious ; nO( 100 gay Swimming 2, 3, 4; Cam era Club I PATSY CLEMENS Washington F o r never an} ,thing c an be ami ss. \'(fhen simpleness and dUlY te n der it Albert so n H igh S c hool M o n(\}'na, I 2. 3. J ../' \I 'FRANCW; COLEMAN Calii"ornia ../ / comp our;l
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C;;ORDELIA BARRAUGH Montan a Charm strikes the sight and merit ins rt the so ul. BUlle Hig h School, J\' l ontana, I 2 3; Glee Club 4: V o lle yball 4; Bas ketball 4; S o llbal -J J 4 Parr a ke e t .1. 4 I' JOHN BARR '---J ,v a n a l Zon e J &1 i l 1'90 tk underslO c d. '\ cl'ilt' l. 2 3, 4. \ v-LORENE BARKER C a li fornia anp gentleness a r e p ower. Hi g h., Virginia, 1 BENNETT Texas an id le moment ; thrifty and t h o u g h t ful o f o lher s Tho ma s Jefferso n Hi g h S c hool, Texa s. 3; J\lo dc:.n ses p H andbook 4 .,It' D E'Y HENOIIf l'). r ...Y L o u s i ana I 2 j ,,/ Fr ol)l .. her l s hall 'Te ad ",hel perfeCt ways ...." o f h o n bf:" l. q.LORIA BONGIORNI ". epqsyl Lif \"9 Ute wi,ihout deligh.. ew Ulfec !t t 2; Montauk, &rook I y n I ADRIEN BOUCHE Penn sy I vania Thought i s deeper [han 311 s peech. Bio l as)' Club 3. 4; Swimming 1 2 JUNE BUNKER /IIJ V o l ieyb II. r-CREDE CALHOUN Cana l Zon e But lime will come when you will h ea r me. i: t 3. 4; 4: H eaded f o r Li"r, \T'ue 2 3, 4. C OLUfE ANT'ON .. 0( I o wer g r o s on g r ound. '"

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EDWARD ABADI N ew Y ork A calm and mind H eaton i\loor College. England I T ext ile High School. New Y ork 3 JULIE ABRAHAMS D a ri en, R P A quiet mind i s r icher than a c r o wn V o lleyball 1. Bas ketball 3; Spani s h C lub 2. ETHEL ANDERSON N ew J e r sey H o w s weet and gracious! Cris wbai High S c hool 1 2; V olleyball 3; Glee C lub 3. 4. THELMA ANDERSON -zL C lu lo. . ). Swi V' 3 e Oh
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RAYMOND DIETSCHE Kansas I speak in silence. Johnson Cit)' High Sch oo l Kan sas, I 2, 3 TItEO ORA DISTEFANO L oufsia n a She l oo k as clear .... m orning r os e s Newt'}' ",as h"ed with dew. V o Jle),ball 4 IH[, L DODSON Mic higan \'Vhat I as pi red [ 0 be and wa s n'Jr comfo rt s m'!. F oo tball I. 2 3. 4: S of'bal l I. 2 . Ba.5ketball I 2. 3. 4; Little Spring Fever 3; Glee Club 1 ; Band I ; OrchesL3 I WILLIAM DOTY New Y ork A carefree l ad, bur a r(al, (rue fri'!nd. S outh P ortland High S c hool. Ma i .... p I J: W oo n socket Hi g h School Rhode Is!and 3; C amera Clu b 4. NORM AN D U GA S Canal Zone Right bri s k i s he 1. 2. 3. 4; OrCheS [(3 2 S LEY DYmt P a n a m a golden a:-the rcoder tints \ of sunshine. I. 2 'I. Basketball 3 4: o htNtl 1 2. 3. 4: SWimming I ;2. 3: T nnis 3: G. A. A 2. 3. 4-; M od" cn M u .... s Camera Club 3 : Parrak:er 4: Head ed f f Eacn ;Jstud nt Co uncil 2, 3. 4: Secre tar)' 1 ELS A ESPENER Davi d, R. P H er cares were met w ith s miles. V olley ball I 2. 3: S o ftball I, 2: 4; Bas ketball 4; Glee Club I 2 3; Spani s h Club 2 3 71r / \".-' ( WILLIAM.., C a n a l fI carroi' s it nd l oo k at ;'ork \. .I'Ilotball I 2. 3: Baseball 2; I 2 3; C!ypSY Rover 2. YOLANDA FERRARI C anal Z o n e . .. . . And ga y with o ut friv o lit) Swimming I ; Ba s ketball 3; Softball 3'": Spani s h Club 3. JEA N N E FLYNN Ohio She that was fai r and never p ud, -< Had to ngue at will, yet was n ever loud Volleyball I 2, 3. 4; S o ft all I 2, 3, 4; .,. Bas ketball 3: Par r akeet 4; Liule 2 ,-3, 4; Gl ee Club I 2. 3; Secr"ary of..St -'" dent A ssociatio n 4; Orc he s tra 1 2. ). 4: Taming o f th e Sh r ew 4 ; H eaded fo r Eden -""-\" 3 ; GI' PSY R ove r 2. V'

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MARTHA FRUM Honolulu A c heerful di spos iti o n i s a fund o f r c ad y capital. N o rth High S c h oo l. Omaha. N e bra s ka I ; Glee Club 4; H ome E co n o mics Cl ub 3. 4; Bio lo g y Club 2 ALEXANDER GABRIELS Hawaii fl .. I Mental depth i s hi s a lo ne Yr""'\' S o u,h P onland High S c h oo l M aine. 2. 3. l' l" t ,,\1.' ISABELLE GIBSON y W' Maryland J -She was made ( o r happ y ,h o ughts. r,J If.; J G 1/ A .; V o lleyball 3. 4; S o flball 3 4; { 3. 4; Tennis 3. 4: Glee Club )/ -' t j ; Panama If e y e s are ( o r seeing, then beamy i s i t s own excu s e f o r bei n g. Spanis h C l ub I : Glee C l ub 2. 3. 4; H o m e E co n o m ics Club 3; Gypsy R ove r 2. JAMES GREY New York o f j oy. The dcepo:s{ ri ve r s m ake the l east di n Swimming 1 3, 4: \'(Iatcr P o l o 1 3. 4: F oot hall 1 4: S ohball 4 ; Ca m e r a Club 4; Trac k 4 ; Basketba ll 4. \ () I JANE GRICE a smde o n h e r f ace and a gleam 1.,; Washington r In h e r eye. i--( R o os eve lt High. Honolulu I ,P ZOSIMO GUARDIA Panama I \ Xli' h o ur da n ge r [h e ga me grows co ld. /1/ 0_' Utah h o ld s. Coll ege Geo r gi a 2 3 ; WILLIAM GULLING Ohio A jes ter with hi s to n gue. High Sch oo l Ohio I ; L o rain H'g h S c h oo l Ohi o 2

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was an excellem t h ing High School. Marylan d J ; S c h oo l. \'(/a shingcon D. c. Tdlo"lbl.I
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, ALBA HUTCHINGS Colon Every man has hi s devilish Franklin & Mars hall 3; F oorball I 2 4, Bas eball I 2, 4; Bas kelball I 2, 4 ELIZABETH IRVIN """ -Canal Zone Her anio n s 'Were modes t and her w ords t'-V olleyball I 2 3. 4; S o fIbali 2. 3 4; Gl ee V Club I, 2 3, 4 ; Parrakeet 4; Tennis 3, 4. MEL VIN ISRAEL New York Coment i s bcucr t h an r iche s. Brooklyn Techni cal High School New Y ork. I 2. 3; Bas ebal l 4 Bas ke!ball 4. EDWARD GAMBLE Washington S i len c e m ore mu s i c than any sound \'(Ialler Military A c adem y 1 ; S o ftball 3, 4. GLADYS JAEN Panama She knew what's what Swimming I ; Glee Club 3, 4; Spani s h C lub I 2. HERSCHEl. JOHNSON Colorado J JUS t d o n t c are ( 0 talk Or c hestra 2, 3. LESTER JOHNSTON Colon An m her le a n cl e an-cuI m a n Or c he stra I 2 JONES Virginia ....... Gentle JIO meth o d resol ul'! in a c ti o n .... Glee Club. J 2 3, V o lle y ball I 2. 3; S O !lball I 2 3 v .r r DOROTHY JORDAN Alabama .. A regul a r girl and (he be s t o f pals. MIJrrPhy H igh M o bile Alabama I 2; Bask
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EWING JOURNEY Canal Zone \ '(tho would wan[ a benee f r iend? Eols eball 1. 2; 2. ); T e nni s 1 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; B Club 4; FoOlball 4. ALICE KAIN Massachusetts Like s un shine d s had o w s o n a s tream H e r eyes emir a j oy ful beam V o lle y ball 2. 3: Bas kelball 3, 4; S ohball 2; Glee Club 3; Little Theatre LLOYD KENT Canal Zone Spee c h i s great, buc s ilence i s greater. Ba
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HILDA LORD ,vV ermon t ) A sunbeam day. Spaulding I H ig h Sc hool Vermo m Volle y ba ll 3. DOUGLAS LORD Massach usetts A joke is a se ri o u s thing. WARREN LUDLUM L o uisiana Grit had h:, a stic k e r (Q th e end. Mari o n H igh Schoo l K entuc ky. I. Fomb:lll 2. 3, 4; B aseba ll 2. 3, 4; Baskball 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3; 8 Club. JAMES LYNCH Philippine I s lands Lif e is a se ri o u s thing. Regis Hi g h School New Y ork Ci t y, I ; Ca m eta Club 4. ROSAURA MALDONADO Porto Rico A liule l a d y doth o ften harbor :1 grea t so ul. RITA McGUIRE N ew York She h:ls th : H undefinable thing ca lled c h a rm Swimming 1 ; Parr a keet 4 WILLIAM McILHENNY Canal Zone A liule bit goes a l o n g way. Shaker H eights H igh Schoo l Ohio 3; Parr:t keel 4; H a nd book 4; f om ball 4; Softball .1. ALICE McILVAINE Ohio Qu i e lness i s be st. C ri s rob:d Hig h Sc h ool". C ri s l o b"l ... l nt.;-yr' .... ,\ W"& .-' :. ... ,_ .. .. nsylvania .... ..., \ behi a n exterior o f mirth .. f.. v Are qualilies b espea king w onh. V ollfyball I ; GICe Club 3 ; i rnmin g 3. V .../ AUDREY l\:lETZ N ew Y ork A w oman's fac e wh ic h NalUre's own h and 1 paimed. V o ll eyball ,3, 4; Ba skelba ll 3. 4; Soflball 3, 4; Parrakeet 4.: Gle<> lub I 2. 3, 4.

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ESTHER MILLER N ew J ersey Red h:lir radiatE s su n shine. Volle),ball I. 2. 3. 4; Baskball 3. 4; S oh ball I. 2, 3. 4; GI ? e Club I 2 3; G. A A. ROSEMARY MILLETT N ew Y ork \ '(Ii t makes its own welcome and levels all distincti o n V o lle),ball I 2 J. 4; S o ftball I. 2. 3, 4; Baskball 3. 4; G le! Club 2 3; G A A .; Sp:tnjsh Club 3. MARGARET MILLIKEN D e lawar e Still climbing f o r kn owle e iof 'tf' Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 4; Band I 2, 4; inie Th,::ure Orchestra 4; Camera Club 4; &iolog)' Club 2. 3. 4. JUNE MOOLCHAN Canal Zone JUSt as s weet as s he can be ; She'll succeed in high degree Glee Club I 2. 4. DAVID MOON Texas I a m nOl in r o ll call o f common men. Baskball I 2. 3. 4; Baseball I 2. 3. 4 Football I 2. 3, 4; Tr ack 3. 4; Tenni s 2; Lin!e Theatre I 2: H eaded f o r Ede n '): President 1; Vice President 3; 8 Club; 4. LORRAINE MOONEY Vermont \Xlithin her tend ':f eyes, I Th e heaven o f April with its c ha nging lift1\1 BuriinglOn High. Verm o nt I, 2. KENNETH MONTANYE Pennsylvania H e liv es : H pea ce with all mankind Swimming 1; \ '(I:1Ie r P o lo I : S o ftball 1, 4; Football 1 ; Bas k e lba:t 4. OLGA MOYA Canal Zone H er fing e rtip s held 3nislic power. Glee Club 3. 4; Art Club 4; Spanis h C lub 1: Orchestra 1 2. 3, 4. J

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ADRIENNE MULLE R .. N ew Y ork H e r s mile i s ever s we et. 2. 3; S o ftball I 2; Glee Clu b WILLIAM NEA L Main e All I a s k i s (Q b e alo n e. G l ee Club I. 2. 3 4 MERCEDES NIC OLA U P a n a m a Goo d a nd t r ue her c1assmar es s ay, Add [his (Q winning way. Maria Immac ulada Panama I 2; Glee Club 3. 4 FRANK NOLAN N ew Y ork A smile, a w o rd and nQ[h i n g m ore. Fomball !. 2. 3; Bas ketb all I 2, 3; S pa nish Club I 2 3 GALE O'CONNELL Oregon Js he ba shful, i s he s hy! Sw immin g I, 2 4 ; \'