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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries http://www.arch ive .org/details/zon ian 1942balb

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ZONIAN 1 9 4 2 BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL BALBOA CANAL ZONE

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THEME P a n a m a is, to th e class of '4 2 the tropics. It is me l and of th e gracefu l palm and th e coo l tr ade winds. It is the land of mallalla of me col o rful p o llera and 111011/"11.0 and of th e gay tamborita. H e r e the spi rit of M omus, Kin g of Mirth has eve r seemed to reign. Because the ttopics has bee n so l a r ge a part of the life of th e clas s o f '42, th e Zonian thi s year has c h ose n a ttopical meme. The class of '42 will well r e m embe r all that Panama has m ea nt to it. But it will r e m e mber toO, that its l ast year in sch oo l was a year of war when lazy days becam e day s of he ctic hu s tle for defense a nd when the qui e t of the t rop ical night was brok e n by the squadrons of P -40's roaring hig h above on "a l ert" The class will r e memb e r th e sunburn ed "ju ng l ee r s" who m a nn e d the anti-aircraft batteries hidden in th e tropical jungle. It will r ecall the mighry cap ital ships, the swift destroyers, a nd the co nnin g tower b r eak in g the still water s of the Pacific. In its dedication, then the "Zoni an" has r e m embe red the men of the Unit e d States' a rm ed w h o a r e r eady to defend "The Big Ditch",

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DEDICATION T o rhe armed forces o f rhe Unired Scares o f Am e rica, rhe soldi e r rhe sailo r rhe marine, rhe aviaror, chis 1942 edirion o f rhe "Zonian is dedicared. Ma y o ur class m a r c h and figh r wirh rhe m for rhe counrry we l ove

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ART r

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ADMINISTRATION

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MR. LAWRENC E JOHNSON Assistant S u perinte nd ent ... / MR. SIGURD E ESSER, Principal \ M R BEN WILLIAMS S UI )erintendent

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.. SENIORS

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IN MEMORIAM Franci s Ku.nkle

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BONNIE DEE KLEASNER NF\X' FRANKLIN. M ISSOURI P:maku:t I; 2, I, 1. 2,1, ltHlt Thclue 2 l,: CI-:e Club I. 2. 3; Tennl' 1 Senior Secretary. SAMUEL GRI ER liT. (ANAL ZONE L m1e The.me ", -I, LJmerl Club i, b'ketb,l I. 4. Soflball 1. 2. I. m:ln Pro 5 cltnc. S(nior Presid(n:. Clod I 2. 1. MISS ALICE E CANDEE (LAS ADVISER ROBERT WESL EY H U T CHINGS ANN AKBOR MI C H IGAN B Club" I. 810108) (.Iub 1. Bas ketbJ1J 3: S o ftball 2, 't. I; F ()()lball I 2. 3. I ; Tenn s 2, '. I. S\\lffilmng I 2. '. I, \'( :ncr Polo 1. 2. 't, ". Ord:e5f(a I, 2, 3; T rack I. 2. 3, I PresidC'nI Juntor (la
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HYMA N G. A BADI MANC.H ESTER, NE\X YORK H .. :on Moor Colleg(:, EnglJ.nd, $ .... Imming I 1 (:tmefl Club I M ARY V IRGI IA ANDERSON COLON, R P. Hllo:h School I 2; Glee Club 1, Soflball l, I 4. 8.lSk:, ball i. ELS A ZONA ARRUDA P .... NAMA R P SWlmmlng I 2. GI!e Club I. 2, Volky. btl 1, Tc:nnl} I Softball i EMMA GLORIA ARRUDA ANCON, C. z. SIlo'lmmlng 1, 2; Gte! Club I 2 ; V ollc"/, ball I ; Basketball I MARJORIE EDITH BAILEY .... NCON C. Z. G! (Jub I LA WRENCE BARCA BOSTON, i\I ASSAC .. H LS ETT S Famek T Campbell ]. "le mona] j hgh 1. CAROLYN V I V IAN BARLOW RHODE ISLAKD <"'Iee Cicb 1. V olleyball 2, S flb..lil ., Bl ske!l:l.' 2; Archeq-"1 DAVID W ILLIAM BASQUE FIT( H6URG, MASSAC.HU SE TTS F oo tball l, I ; Student ASS.'CldtlOn 2.

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JACKIE BARRETT NORrOLK VIRGINIA DOROTHY ELIZABETH BAUMAN BRONX, N E W Y O RK (u:ldtr (hdds 1; ( h mlophcor 2. HOPE FER N BAUMA AN('ON. ( 7 Vollt)b111 4: Paul"!;'!:1 l. Glee (Iub I 2. Ba'k!lh;1i1 I, Soflball R TH HELE BAUMBACH (IN( INNATI O HIO (rlw,b .. J H'FO Schod I 2; Cite (Iub I, Volle .111 1 ROBERT HOLDEN BELAND TWO HARBORS. MINNESOTA Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ll1tl e -4 EMMA JEA BERGMA SEATTLE \\ A SHINGTON Cr;swbai H!gh Seoo")1 I. LOIS MAR BERGMAN SEATTLE \'\ 'ASHINGTON CrlSlObli H lph Schoo l 1. KATHLEE MARY BO 1 ALLIAN C E OHIO A lliance HIgh I. 2; 1\11. Mane Acaoemy 3.

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CHARLES BOUGAN COLON, R P JAMES HOLE BOWEN t.LEVElAND, O H IO I 2. I G olf -I, BaskctbJ.1I 2, 3, I SWimming 1 2, DONNA BOWLUS TOLEDO, O HI O GLADYS RUTH BROW, ANCQN, C. Z Glee Club L C amera (Jub 2 FRED PETER BRUGGE ANCON, C. z. LIllie Thcure I, L JACK ON TAYLOR BRYA ( A NAL ZONF PEGGJE SHARPE BRYAN ,\IONROE. LOU I S IANA G r'Il\lUe H Igh Sch ool. MISSISSIPPI 1. 2 L ittle The JtrC'I. V o lleyball 3; Bls kelball 3; Gl e e Club" 2. . ; I, MIRJAM ANNIS BUBB \\ ILMINGTON. DELAWARE Benjamin Funk ],n High Sch oo l P o ru.lnd V olle)-ball I Zl)n' a n An -I.

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MARGA R ET A I NE CAUTHERS \dl.}ba 1. 2. -I. S f!b .. !l I 2 4; Ea l_ 2. 4; ...... cotl} I. 2 '. 4; 5';limmlog I 2. ,. GAA ,. -I 1. \1a!'::J"2;C'r Cit ... 4. 'Adon.b!e 5.p!.CCtr.r.11 ,B d LI-tle Tht.mel JOYCE CLOUD GOOSE CREFK. TEXAS ROBERT CLOUD GOOSE (REI'K, TEXAS S!tphtn F. Au,tll' Hu.:h I 2; Bioi F-) (Iub NEWTOI ROE COBB Mnlf.HIS. TEI\I\ESSEE S.,flhl'l I, 2 F -orblllll 2. PHYLLIS BURCH R iC H .\IOND, VIRGINIA ROLAND CASANOVA ANC.ON C. z. HARRY CHAN ANCON, C. z. ANNIE MARY CLEVELAND DAllAS, TEXAS Brc.wnwood H igh Schoo l I 2, 3.

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DOR I S ELlDA CRESPO PANAM A. R P 5p:;lmsh Club I tlub I: 1 S .... Lmmmg 2: B:lSkerball 1. ELBA JULlA DA YTOI CO LON R P WILLlAM LOWELL DE LA MATER ANeON, c. z. MARGARITA DEAN At-:C.ON. C. z. ROBERT ELLlOT DENNIS CANAL ZONE [.I'Cob .. 1I 1 2. '\, '. -I. f OOlballl, R ITA ELlZ ABETH DOLAN \\ALLINGTON. NE\\ )FRsrY A
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A TERESA FLETCHER ANC ON C. Z Glee (.lub 1 2; C!ub 1; V olley ball I A T GEL FLCRES GAILLARD. C. Z. Football I 2. _',I; S hbJIl 1 2 ,. i. I, 2, 3, -\: S WImming I. ROBERT GRAH AM FORSYTH E (OLON R P FREDERI C ALCOTT FREC H WAS HINGTON O. C. SofEball ': 4 Foolb.lll 1- LA \,\f RENCE WAYNE ERBE ANC ON C. z TC'nni S I, Tuc k 4 F OOlbJI! j FLOREN CE MAY FARR PANAMA, R P P;JrrakeC:li, Glee Club I 2. ); Band 1. 2. ..... Sofcha\! 1. 2, 3, Orehestfl I 2, 3. I ; G. A. A 3 ..... V olley bJ.ll 1, 2, 3. -I, Basketball -l; lilde LUCILLE LORETTA FERGUSON A N eON. c. z -I Sacred HUrl Alab;J.m2 So ft ball I. 2. 3. 1, VollC'},tI 1, 2. 3. I, Bas ketb lll 2, 3, 4, G. A /I..; PJrnktXl. WILLIAM ROBERT F ITZGERALD CO LON, R. P Lllde 2. 3. 4: Football I 2, 3; -t, Tr;l c k I 2. 3, 1. Glee (.Iub I. 2. ), 4, Bl.SCb a ll I. 2; BlSketb:lll 1. 2,;, t, Sohball 1 2 ; -I: Tenms 2, 3, 4. 8 (jub 2, 3 .. 1.

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RA YMOND JOSEPH FREDETTE FLATBL"S H N\\ YOR K K. Lam. I. 2. EDMUND PE DLETON GAll E S \\ ASHIK'GTON D C ra}('nc\llle H igh, S,dnt-y 13mer H igh Qlk .... ood High. T o m e School W ILLIAM DEVIN GOOCH \\ ASHINGTON D. Plci f ;c Cron H'gh I 2: 4; Lam:rl flub' .1. Tr .. d.: 4: FOOtball ".4, '. B2end Hlsh School. 1; GllLleo High &hool, San Frln(l\(O. MAR Y KIM B ROUGH GUTTE BERGER FORT OGLETH ORPE, GEORGIA H.gh School 1 Glrh' HIgh SchooL Adama. Georgll 2; PlfrJkeel .1; Gk-:-Club 3.

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DORA ELENA H USTED ANCQN, C. Z I (Jub I b:all 2; GltT Club 1. MURI E L I S RA E L BROOKLYN, NEW YOR K Samuc-l J Tilden HcSh 2; Parr:akfet L V olleyb all 3, I ), 4: S o h ball J 1. K ATHERIN E ELIZABET H KAI N AN(QN ( Z. \ 1. 2. '. B:a,kclball 2, ">, I Softball 2, '. I PA U L FRED E R ICK KARS T ST P I :TER SBURG, FLORIDA Illgh Schcy) 1 1 2; (mrob.tl HIgh 2 .\; l':uuk!r:1 I; Zen ani; FOL t ball 1 TL';'Jn S I. Tr;lCkl, Bukelb;aU I HENRY HAl'JSEN NE\'(' Y ORK, NE\'( 1 YORK S .... immlOl.:; I, 2; s Club 1. 2 I, Tuc k I, 2. 3, 4. [.'.lSkC'lblll I 2 '. F oolbll I 2. l, 4. Ba seba!i 1. 2, ), \\':m:fpci o 1, T e nnIS 1. ALICE-CL E MENT I A HELE A N CQN, <.. z. Glee Club 2; Vollc:ybll 2; S oftbll 2; E aslclb!l :,L Ar c her)' 2. F REELAND HOLLOWE LL !\.I CON. C. Z. W ILLIAM RAY HUNTER A NCO N C. Z. Lmle Orc h estrl 3; Q rc h eslrl I. 2. 3. 4

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WII IFRED ELLEN KILE Y A NtON, C. z. DOLORES VIRGI N I A KOHLER EN T F R PRISE. KAK$AS D o w ne r's Grove H lgn Sc hool. Elmh"rst H igh School; H,gh MIGUEL KOURANY ANeON L Z. Tennis 1. 2. 3; J. Glee Club I Club 2. Sp.lmsh Club I, Soft b;J.1J I 1; B ... stb;ul I; T rJck t. ERNEST MARTIN KRUEGER ANeON, c. z. WARREN WHITCOMB LACLAIR MINNE APOLIS, MINNESOTA \ \ JShbur.. H igh School; C.amera {Jub S YBIL D E LIMA PANAMA, R P Spanis h Club 1. Gh.-e Club 1. S"1nl,,'mg t, 2 THOMAS ARENT LARSE N PORTSI'-IQUT H VIRG INIA Woodrow \Vilson H igh School, B Club I. 2, 3. I. Golf I, 2. :;.1. Footblll I. 2 .> I Baseball I. 2, 3. -I, Basketball 1 2. ,:;,1 EUGENE L EAHY KANSA S (IT\'. KANSAS E.m BJk!t s f lt'!d 1 2. t Camera (lub I.

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MARY FAY LUTZ NAS H U A N E W HAMPS H IRE HII} Trmu)' I 2: H oly A cadtmy :;; Club I. / BEA TRlCE JOY LYNCH P HOENIX, AR IZONA R e dond o H i g h School 1 2, 3; Zonlan An L KAY MYRETTE LYNCH (ANAO MARY LOUISE MA.A.S ANCON, C. z. M unicJ 1-1 gh ,5,hool 1 O l nty 1 r '" n h r I IJ,/lh I: L LIIIt' \, ,I SI,frll,,]! I I. VCJ1Jc:yball \. -I P arr, lkcl I Ba-kclball \, I. C H ARLES HUGH LEAVER "Ne ON c. z. fOOl ba ll I 2,'.L 8a
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PEGGY M AD URa PANAMA R. P Iv! AR Y BERNICE MALLIA VALPARAISO, CHILE Lm'(: 1,,1, I; Gl ee (!llb I. 2, ". V o lle) -ball L 2. 'j; Soh bit I 2. 2. '. Archef) I 2; 5 A R(pr.sC'ntlCI\-e 2. 3,1. ARTHUR J AME S MATTHEWS VE RNON, OHIO Mount Verno n HIgh I. Hunl!ltlon Hu;:;h I Highland Park H Igh I: Football I : E'.IskecbJIl -\. YO LANDA M A URER SA-=-: JOSE. C.OSTA RICA Gle! Cub I. GLOR I A L a r S M cLlNTOCK \\ IlKESBARRE PE1':NSVlVANIA Glee Club I. O LGA McNULT Y ANCON. C Z V olleyball '>,1, Softball 2 3; Club I, 2. ,. ADOLFO EDWARD MlDENCE PANAt-IA R. P \\"aler Polo I 2. 3. 4; Softball I 2,': An Club 1 2. ': SWlmmu:g I. ') 1. 4, Glee Club 1. 2 B ILLI E BERKELEY MITTEN ANeON, c. Z.

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GEORGE E D W I N M U LLE R BROOKLYN, N\\ YOR K Baskc:.blll I. 2. 4; S o f tball 2; 8 l )t'ball '. LillIe Thune 1, 2, '. -l, Glee (tub J,:2 \ GEORGE ED WARD MYER S ROCHESTER N E''<' YORK f J n H gil Schoo l I 2; Football '.1. BaSl:b:.lJ . \ Softball '.1 WALTER MYER PANAMA R P 5", 2 Snfthall 2, T,,,d. I C:ee (Iub 2. B Club. \X'alt'l Pob 2. KERMI T HI L LMAN EAL URf\\ rR MAINF GL(' (Iuh I 2. 't, I. Luli e ThtJrr{' I R OLLO COM\'V' A Y MONTGOMERY PHllADElFH iA PENNSYLVANIA Aruba HIE=h School I, 2; Bartr;l.m HLgh School 3. JEAN MOI ST RICHMOKD, V IR G I NIA J E A N AVONNE MOORE ONTARIO, CA LIFOR N I A R EG I N A R U T H M U LLER IR VINGTON, N E\X' JER SE Y I rvingl o n HLgh Sch ool I, 2

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CHARLES LARRY NIX t HIt. .... GO. ILLINO I S Au, 4; \\ alCC Polo I; G!cc (rub I. MARGARET AUSTIN PAINE KE\\ JAMES DAVID PHILLIPS COLON R P. FC(lIhall J 2, I 8J
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RAFAEL REYES PANAt-.:A R P Spanish Club 1 ; Glee (Jub I ; BlSkub;t1l I. 4; Football 1,2, 3, 3.1; Trad.: I 2. 'l, 4, "";attf P olo 2; 2, -I. "B" Club I 2, 3, I. CLIFFORD \VI. REYNOLDS MFRIOIAN. MISSI SSIPP I \'('hy Not H igh School 1 2, _i. PATRICK JEROME RIDGE (ANAL ZONf C.1mtrl (lub j, 1 Aft Club I, Lillie' Th:lue I ALVARO RODRIGUEZ UIITRE, R P PATRICIA CAROL QUI LAN r-.;:O::tFOLK, VIRGINIA Ruffn!r IIlg h School. H igh School 2. '; Parflkeet -t. .. BILL QUINN PANAMA R. P. MANUELA QUINTERO PANAMA, R P. Spanish Club. HELEN FLOY RAMEY M E R IDIAN, MISS ISSIPPI V olIC)'haJl I 2 3. 4, Blskerblll 1. 2, "', So ft ball I 2. 3, 4; G. A A ; VICe-Pr eside-nr 2; S It R cprCS('m;um." -t. Club 1. 2, Archer)' I. 2. 3. -I: I. 2, 3. Lmle Theatre: Orch<.'>tr-! I

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LAWRENCE ROMAGOSA PANAMA R P Tt'flnis I. 2. S"lmminl: 1. 2, '. t; \\"lIH Polo I 2,'. 4, Tuck I, 2, -I, SpJ.nlsh (Jub I. 2. 1. I, 2, 3, 4, Foolba!1 I, 2, 3, 4 MARY ROMANOL R. P. Vollqball 1, 2; B35kelball I. 2, -:'; Soflball I; Glee (Jub 1. 2, ), 4. Orchesua 3. Spamsh Club I, Swimming 2. ROBERT ROSS HONOLUL U, T H Sr. Johns H igh 1; (;Imer;! Club 4; Propt'lltr <.iub ,1. PAUL ALFRED RUNYAN R P PJrraktet Thf'3.llt I, Clmela Club I, 2; Bio l ogy Club 2 MAR1LYN MORLEY SAl'lBORN JERSEY UTY JERSEY St'(r'!IlIY; Vollelball I, 2 ': Lude Thtl:f<. 1, 2. 4, B a
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. WILLlAlv l HOCKER STARRETT MASSACHUSETTS Gmer;a (Jub 2. 5(:1glng, 1 ; Dr--heml I 2,3, I. ROXY EDNA STEW ART BROOKLYN, NEW YOR" \X'auchula H Igh School I. t-haml j -lLgh School 2 NA CY DELL STONER 1\E\\ PORT l\.E\\ S. VIRG I NIA HJmpflm Huth School 1. Parrakeet\; Zunt,," I. Glee (Jub <,: VOlIl')b;dl 2 '. I. S .. hb.JlI 2 \, l. f)",kctbaU 2, 3. W ILLIAM EDWARD TOWNSEND LONG I S LAND, NEW YORK SWimming 1, 2; (lub I 2, I; ( amet,! Club I 2, \ I ; l. S. A I: Zonlan 1; Qrchc)lra 1. 2, B:and 2. :S ELEANOR MASON SHIRLEY PU";XSUTA\'( iNEY, PEJ.'lNSYLVANIA ROY RAYMOND SHUEY CANAL ZOl'E FO(l{b;a!l I, 2. ... L I. 2, 4. Sohb;a. 1 I 2,',-i GEORGE LOurS SKINNER PANAMA, R P Bl
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CONNI E LOU ISE TROWBRlDGE ANeON, C Z. I 2. ',I, Bl5ketblll I 2. ': S o flball I. 2. '. -l: Tennis I. 2. ,-", Arch':}' I, 2, ,; Palukttt 4 ; Gke (Jub I, G. A. A Club. OllheSUl I 2; Blnd I 1. ), -I. DORIS ROBERTA WARD INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA Glee-Club 1 2. '. I Llt:le Thcatre 3; Soft b.lll ELBA LlGIA WATSO DAVID R P. Splnl\h (Iub. Glee <..Iub. MARYADA SPOOR WEART \\ ASHINGTON, D C ,'\ l,1l H n:h School 1 VIOLA MARY WEEDE PANAMA R P Club; Glee Club. V ollc:)b . ll I; Baskt'lbalJ DOLORES YVONNE WELLS N. \X EST VIRGINIA Vollelball -I; Pura!.:(':'t I, Gl!e (lub 1, 2; 8J-skflblll 2; So f tb.ill I, 2. _" JOHN THEODORE WOHLFARTH CANAL ZONE Lilli e Th!'3lrC' I, ". -I. P .urakeet 1: FoOl bll 5,1 Softball '. -to P r(';ldC'm 2; 5 A. ,; S. A P res-Idl,:m I MARIO BOWER WOODRUFF C OLON R P Tennis J, l iitie The::urC' 2, -', \ B Club 2. '. I Trlc k 1,\, .. ... b lll 1 2. 3. 4; BJ ktlball I, 2, :;, I FOOlbJIl 1 2, \ I

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GEORGE EDMUN W IL SON LOVE El PAS O TEXAS Aumn H IS" I; B ase ball 2. ,; Ba,
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HONOR STUDENTS M a r y M a lli a Fr e d eric Fr ec h P eggie Bryan M a r ga r e t C a uth e r s Bill ie Mitte n Elba D ayto n Jane Lindstro m H a rr v Ch a n O pa l E arle Lun dy Ali ce Gurle y L a w r e n ce B arca M a r yada W eart N a n Stoner K a[herine K ain D e a n D o r a l ave r g ne Jimmy Philli ps Winifrecl Kil ey Sam Grie r Bill G ooc h H a r vey Wrig h t Manue l a Qui nt ero M a ril y n S a n bo rn Elba Wats o n D avid Basque

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H ow well we th e Class o f '42, r e m embe r o ur first q u a k i n g s t eps thro u g h th e po rt a l s o f B H S \XI ith kn oc k i n g kn ees and shinin g skulls, peepi n g thr o u g h wh a t litd e hair w as l eft, w e [Ook ou r seats un de r th e s t e rn and wa t c hful e ) e o f o ur advise r Mr. Z i erre n Our only r eg r e t wa s th a t th e s kull c aps and h air r i bb o n s w e r e n o t l a r ge e n o u g h [0 shi eld us fr o m t h e co nd esce ndin g ga z e o f th e senio r s W I e e lect ed S a m Gr:er [0 l ea d us thr o u g h th e pe r i l o us year. DEPARTMENTS

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' ..... ... f-; .: J./.' -. The Old a n d The New

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Firs t R ow: Miss R o bson -Spanis h Miss Wha ley-Eng li s h Second R ow: Miss S chuc hat-E n g li s h and Journalis m Miss Frost-Spani s h and Fren c h Miss Parsons-Latin and English Third R o w : Mr. Ward-Spanish Miss Jessup-Englis h Fourth R c w : Mr. Coo k English ENGLISH AND LANGUAGES

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,. ... HISTORY A ND SCIENCE Left: Mr. McKeever-General Science Mr. Fischer-Chemistry Mr. Lee-Biology Mr. Walter-Genera l Science Rig 'ht: Miss Huestis-American H istory Miss Candee-Early World and Modern World H istory Dr. Prentiss-America n History Miss Eneboe-American Problems

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L eft: Mr. Doyle-Metal Shop Mr. Zierten-Mechanical Drawing Mr. PriceWood Shop Mr. Anderson-W ood Shop M E C H A N I C A L A N D M A T H E M A T I C 5 Right: Mr. Hatchett-Advanced Mathematics Miss Wardlaw-Algebra Mr Taylor-General Mathematics Mr. Weaver-Advanced Algebra

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C 0 M A M N E D R C E H 0 M E E C 0 N 0 M I C S L eft 1 0 Rig h I : Miss H o u g hton Home E co n o m ics Miss M onroe-H o m e E co n omics Miss R enoBu s in ess Math e mati cs Miss Butle r T y ping and Shor t hand Miss Swensoll -Typing VOtUE' S OF 800 1 DnESS

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ART and MUSIC Uppe r Right: Mr. B ranstetter-r.iJusic Miss Gardner-Art Mr. Turbyfill C o un sel ing, Speec h Little Th eatre Lc.wer Left: Fre shman Pl ay D irector Front : Mary Maa s Mary Mallia Back: George Muller B ill Fitzgerald John Wohlfart I ",

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MIXED CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS The music a l organizations of Balboa Hig h School, under the direction of Mr. Branstetter, did outstanding work this year in both the traditional Christmas program and the Spring Music: Fe s tival. One or more of these o r ganiza tions appeared on thirty different programs in a nd our of school. Whether it be the President's Birthday Celebration the opening of a n ew gycnasium, a style show, or a commencement, the band the orchestra, the mixed chorus. or all three organizations did their part to mak e th e program mor e e njoy able The purpose of the music a l activities is to foster a b et t e r music appreciation a m o n g hig h school students. This year fifty students be lon ged to the band, fifty to th e orchestra, a nd o n e hundred and e i g hty to th e mixed c horusf o rty-three percent of th e student body. No fees are required by any organization. M e mbers of the o r c hestr a a nd band, with a f ew exceptions, a r e required to furnish their own instruments.

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Office Secretaries-Miss Maguire and Miss Hage n Reference Work? Library and Office Library Staff-Dr. Prentiss and Mrs. T eega rden

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Physical Education Mr. Jarrell. Miss Hanna, M iss Rector, Mr. Kuklin and Health Health Class Miss Elicker-School Nurse Dr. Eugene-Sch ool Physician

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1939-40 After brushing th e cobwebs from ou r active, but unused mind s we settled ourselves t o th e task of imp r essing upon th ose creatures, th e freshmen, th e faCt th a t they were beneath us. Our feeling of superio r i t y was somewhat dulled when we gazed a l o ft to beho l d th e juni o r s and senio r s preparing f o r th e ir banquet. This year we asked J o hn W o h l farth to l ea d us. ACTIVITIES

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Top: Zonian S t aff Paul Karst-Sports Editor Jane Lindstrom-Feature Editor Jane Lombroia-Editor-in-Chief B ill Townsend-Photographer Nan Stoner-Feature Editor L eft: Adviser s J Miss Schuchat-Parrakeei Mr. Cook-Zonian Miss Gardner -Art ictviser (not in picture) B ottom: Parra keet Staff Front Ro w : Opal Earle Lundy, Mary Jane Sechrist, Alice Ray Ward. Middle Row: Lu cille Ferguson, Bonnie Kleasner, Mary Louise Maas, Mary Mallia. t-Back R ow : Connie Trowbridge, J.J '"'I Bill Fitzgerald, John Wohlfarth, Paul Runyan, Pat Quin_ lan. C------I ... r:.'.

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L e f t t o R i ght: Joan K enne y Robe l't B e l a n d De r r y E h i s, E dith M c Lar e n THE UTILE THEATRE The Little Theatre und e r ]\[r. Suberr Turby fill's able dir e crion, presented two p l ays, M o lly O 'Shaug n essey", a W rest ern d r ama, and T he Pats.y", a comedy Roberr B e l and's characrer r o les in both producrions were, we al l agree, rhe outStanding perfo r m a n ces of rhe year. The business m a n agement fell upon th e capable hould e r s of ]\[ar garet Caut h e rs.

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CAMERA CLUB The Camera Club, und e r th e direCtion o f Me. And erso n is for s tud e nts inte r ested in pho togr ap hy. At th e m ee tin gs h e ld evety twO weeks, t h e m e m be t s l earn ro take to d eve lop, a nd ro p rint b erre t pictures. The o nly r equitement for membership in the club i s a n int e r est in phorography and a came ra. No dues a r e colleCted a lth o u g h eac h prospective member i s r equire d (Q pay fifty cen t s as an e ntr a n ce f ee. PiCtured left ro right are: D o l o res Suisman, O pa l Earle Lundy, Madelyn L H eu r eux, Phylli s T assel l and Mary Fay l u tz; seco nd row: Ed Eisenhauer, Alan Bentz, Jim Mdlvaine, and Frank Gerchow; in l ower circle: Bill Townsend, president.

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JJhn Wohlfarth Student Council The senior memb ers of the Student Coun cil are (left to right): Hel en Ramey Jimmy Philips Sam Grier and Bill Towns end. The Student A ssoc iation is th e largest organization within B alboa Hi gh Sch ool, the decisions and plans for which a r e mad e by th e Student Council with the advice of a memb e r of th e fac ulty. The Counci l is composed of two boys and twO girls elected by eac h class at sch oo l e lections in November and a president, vice-p r esiden t and a secrera ry. John Wohlfarth and Mary M all ia, president and v ice-president, were eleCted by popu l ar ballot a t the close of th e p r evious sch oo l year. Margaret D ean, seere r ar),. was chosen b)' the faculty. Mr. H atchett was adviser.

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1940-1941 Through ou r juni o r year Ye Olde Pil e Driver seemed r o dominate sch oo l life. H o m e economics classes beat thei r ca k e batter to its rh ythm, typin g classes kep t rime reachers u sed throa t loze n ges t o soo th e their vocal co rds s train ed by t a lkin g "have i r s n o ise. The Junio r-Senio r B a nqu e t to which we h ad looke d f orward f o r (wo l o n g years, was a g r eat suc cess. Senio r s gaze d with e nvy upon o ur rin gs. All in all it was a g rand yea r but we s till l oo k ed f orward to th e d ay when we could s t a l k dow" th e halls rhe unchallenged lords a nd l adies o f c r ea ti on. Robert Hutc hin gs was our p r esident. SPORTS

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William Fitz g erald THE "8" CLUB The pu r!Jose of th e B Club is to form a n associa t ion of the ourstanding athletes of Balboa High School. The boys who have earned the r ed and white B help to main tain sportsma n ship a n d advance the arhleric s t andi n g of the sch ool. Any boy who has been awarded a l ette r i s eligib l e to become a member by a vore cf th e membe r s of th e club, Bill Fitzgerald was the president of the "B Club, and wit h the ab l e assistance of the facult y adviser, ML P e rrin gill, plans and works On acriviries within (he o r ganization. P ictured below are some members of the Club: bottOm r ow : H enry H a n sen; second row: Jimm y Philips, R obe rt Chapman, Vic M e l ant, Bill Fit zge rald and T o mmy Larsen ; rhird r ow: Charles L eaver, Paul Karst Rob ett Harvey T o m Orr; and tOp row: Bob Fr e d erre, J ac k Miller, D a n O'Donnell, Mation Wood ruff Roy Shuey, and Robe rt Hutc hings-\

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G. A. A. The Girl s Athl e ti c As socia ti o n is made up o f the be S t girl a thl e tes in high sch ool. An y girl who has m ade an a lls t a r t eam may join th e o r ganizati o n Fillin g th e p reside nt 's c hair i s Conni e Tro wbridge, a n ours randing girl a thlete a nd a pe rf ect club l eader. Co nnie wo rks h a nd in h an d with Miss H a nn a, th e girl's a d viser. The G. A. A. has plann e d a nd ca rr ied our m o r e dance s rhis yea r [ha n any othe r single body in B alboa Hig h S c h ool. Pictur e d b elo w l eft to r ig h t: fir s t r ow : Dol o r es D ow nin g, Norine Rath gebe r Flo r e n ce M ay Farr and Ruth Pres l ey; seco nd r ow : H e l e n R a m ey, Lucille F e r guso n Va nn a H ambe lton a n d Barb a r a Hutch in gs; third r ow: M a r y H o wa rd Connie Trowbr idge, D e rry Ellis a nd M a r ga r e t C a uthers. C o nni e Tr o wbridge

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The 19-42 B a lb oa AII-Srar f oo rball r eam, caprai n e d by H enry H anse n and abl y guided by Coa c h H a rr y Kuklin was favored to \vin the games wirh Junio r C ollege and Cris toba l High. The s rr e n grh o f rhe All Srar ream lar in irs hard driv ing power sparked by such men as T o m Frensley H enry H a n se n a nd R a b e n H arvey. The boys c h osen to r ep r e se nr B a lb oa w e r e as f ollo w s: firsr row: Tommy L arsen, B ill B owe n R a b e n Hutc hin gs, B ob Chapman P aul K a r s r Albe rt Hus t e d and Ernest B a l dess eri. second row: Mari o n \Xfooclruff T om O r r Gordon D avis, Henry H a nsen Tom Fr ensley Roy Shuey and J i mmy Phillips. third row: C oac h Kukl in, Charlie L eaver Dan O D onnell Vi cto r M e l a nr Bill Firz ge rald, Bill D e La M a t e r Robert H a rvey, J ac k Mill e r Bo!' Frede tte, Me. E sser, a n d Me. H atc h ett. H e nry H ansen On, Bal boa On, B a l boa F o o T B A L L Plunge right through th e lin e T ake th e ball round 01' Cris tobal T ouc h down sur e rhi s rim e RAH RAH RAH On, B a l boa On B alboa Fig ht on for your fame Fig hr fellas fig hr fight, FIGHT \'(fe'll win rhis game.

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B A S E B A L L Ronald Wanke B. H. S. tOgether Fig ht and win the gan;e \,(/in the v i ctOry ever \'(/ e will do th e som e RAH RAH RAH Team k eep up your spirir Fight o n f o r your name B. H S. tOger her Fig ht a n d win th e ga me. L ead by Captai n Ronald Wanke, the Balboa High School All -Sta r baseball t ea m travelled to CristObal [Q try (Q realize i t s ambition to r e main unbeat e n This yea r's ream was smaller but la c k ed n one of the s pirit of its predecessors. Fr o m B a l boa's second t ea m. CristObal gai n ed a n initi al l ea d of 3-0 in the first two innings Und a unt e d and determine d Balbo a's fir s t st rin g stOpped CristOb a l in th e third allowin g onl y one run in rhe n eX T fiv e innings but was unabl e to bring in m o r e {han o n e [liO its e lf. Final sco r e: CristObal 4; Balboa I. Bill M cArthur on the mound and R o n ald Wanke, Ralph Rid ge, J ack H owell, and Paul K a r s t with th e "big stic k gave Cri stOba l so m e thin g to h andle. Pl aye rs: Fir sr R ow: Bill Bow e n R a l p h Rid ge, J ac k H owell, Albe rt H usted, Bob Whitam. Second Row: P aul Kar s t, Artur o Geige l L a rr y J o n es, Bill Hutc hings. Third R ow: Jaci< Miller William M cArthur, Ronald Wanke, ,Jimm y B asq ue

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v o L L E Y B A L L TillIE O U T Vanna H ambe ltOn FO R THE pep S QUAD The B a l boa H ig h Sch ool All-St a r Volley B all t eam we m to CristObal last N ovembe r to d efea t CristObal Hi g h s t eam. A cco rdin g to B a l boa' s cap t a in th e thr ee ga mes p l a y ed w e r e a m o n g th e h a r de st f o u ght o f a n y th a t s h e eve r p l ayed. Ever y poim was wo n o n l y afte r m a n y minut es of p lay. "Spiked plays we r e fr e q u e m The s co res for t h e thr ee ga mes we r e: 2 1 1 8, B a l boa ; 2 1 1 9 C r i stObal ; 21-1.1, B a l boa. Norin e Rathgeb e r B a rbar a Hutchings, and V a nn a H a mbe lwn wer e out s t a n di n g p laye r s K n e e ling : J Z emer B. Hutc h i n gs V H a mbeltO n M S ullivan M C a r e y St andi n g : R Presl ey, L. F erg uson C. Trowbridge N. R a th g e be r D. E llis, D D owning.

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The AII-Srar wftball game o n M a r c h 7, be rw ee n B albca a nd Cristobl p r oved again how eve nl y the r wo Zon e hi g h schools wer e m arch ed thi s year. Fr o m s r a rr to fini s h rh e gam e was ni p and (uck. In rhe e nd Balboa was "ruck" to rhe tune of 6-5. A good starr in th e fir s t. whe n Hutchings hit a h o m erun with J ones on base. and a r ally in th e sevent h wer e nO t enough [Q k eep E a lbca in rhe lead. Pictl!red at right s t a n ding left t o r igh r a r e: C oach Kuklin Bob Ch ap.r.an, P au l K a r sr, J ac k H owell, R a l l,h Rid !le, L ar r y J o n es. Bob M ulligan and Fenton \Xi' he l a n Fr ont r o w: B o b H urchings, J e nn in gs Tur n er. ViCto r l.,,( elanr R oy Shuey. Jo,e C o r co, and B ob Fr edette. \ L a\\' r e n ce J o nes 5 o F T B A L L HOW "CASEY MYERS STRUCK nUT!

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c H E E R FRONT' Mar} Pal QUlnl:!". P3t Connor. BAC K larq' edl Gooch. 5 Q u A o

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Only t h ose wh o h ave w o r ked to ptO.luce a book suc h as the 1 9 -12 Z O IAt" c a n fully appr ec i a te h o w h elpful hav e b ee n the suggestio n s and co n tribution s o f s tud ents, faculty m e mb ers, a n d f riends. I t is imp ossible t o s t a t e in eve r y instance \-vh o is responsible for a particu lar i d ea, n o r can everyone who assisted be n a med. T o all \"\'ho have helped th e s t aff is sincerely g r a teful. To the fac u l ty members f o r their und e r s t a ndin g of the a m ount o f work and tim e required of s taff m e mber s a nd for th e ir coope r ation in th e work of photOg raph ing classes and individuals the s t aff gives its thanks. The s taff appr ec i a t es, teo, the h e lpful suggestions a nd the int e r est in its work of Mr. R oge r Collinge, former "cl",':se r to the ZONIAN, a n d Mr. Sigurd E sse r p r i ncipal and fr iend. Mr. Edward H'tcherr, faculty advise r to the Student Council a n d Miss Helen Schuc h a t journalism teacher, deserve m a n y thanks for th ei t help with th e advertising a nd financing of the book. T o Miss B eatrice Gardner, an advise r \yho nor onl y devoted mu c h time and work to th e art wotk but a lso gave unstintingly of her time whenever called upon. the sta ff is sincer e l y g r a teful. Muc h c r edi t is due to B etty L y n c h for her block cutS of th e nacive hut, th e nati,e wo m a n a nd th e boat ; and to Miri a m Bubb for her block cu t S of the bamboo a nd saii fish. Thei r work h as done muc h to imrrove this years ZOI IAN. Credit is also due to 1'v[r. J ack M at h ews, of the Pan.lma-Am e rican Printi,'g C o .. for his aid in helping tr a n sla t e ideas on to paper. Samue! Grier, president of th e Class o f 19-12, a rr a n ged for se nior class piCtures and assisted with m a n y routine derails. Ad so licitOrs were: Jane L ombroia, N an StOner H ope Bauman, H enry T ownsloend. The sta ff thanks Lt. F. \VI. \VIa l s mith D epa rtm ent Morale Offi ce r for his help in securing the dedication pi c tur e a nd P vt. A L. Hagood, USMC; Sgr P aul USA ; P e tt y Offi cer \VI. J. Surowka. US ., for th e ir h eir. in m a kin g th e picture. T o Bill T ow n s e n d p h otOg r a p h e r w h o c hee r full y gave o f his t i me i n a n d out of sch oo l to obtain mOSt of t h e photO g raphs without which t his book wou l d nOt h ave bee n possib le, the s taff g i ves a specia l vo te of thanks. C r edit i s due Mr. W arren L aClair f o r rhe assistance he has g iven us.

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1941-42 Ar lasr we h ave a rrived! Nor rhe confusion of moving [Q rhe n e\V hi g h school, n o r th e hammering of rhe workmen in rhe h a lls n or rhe roar of rhe "flying forrresses" above o ur classes, n or even rhe blackour can rake from us our sense of privi l ege a n d h onor. We are seniors' \VIe as a class e nd eavo r ed ro meer rhe emergency. Many of u s lefr sch ool during rh e firsr semesr e r ro fill posir i ons in services o n rhe Isrhmus. We ass i sred in defense acriviries, g l adly acring as junior airr aid warde n m essenge rs. \Xlhe n eve r called upon we endeavor
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