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Title: Zonian
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
Publication Date: 1943
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DEDICATION

We, the Class of '43, dedicate our Zonian to the men who have gone
from Balboa High School into the fighting forces of our country. It is not
cause for wonder that boys reared on the Canal Zone should wholeheartedly
and with singleness of purpose serve the cause of human freedom, since the
Canal is a symbol of man's efforts toward the comfort and well being of all
his fellow men. And it is to them who today carry on our tradition through
force of arms, that we write this dedicatory introduction.
Our part, as we have seen it at Balboa High School, has been to direct
the energy of every student toward helping the men in our armed forces.
With this thought in mind, the editors, when preparing the 1943 Zonian,
have tried to present a picture of their high school at war.
We hope that you will find here a true picture of what your school is
doing for you, as well as glimpses of the school life that you knew.



































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ARMY


BAKER, LARRY
DOUGAN, CHARLES
BRUCE, DAVID
CRUZ, JAMES A.
FITZPATRICK. JACK
FORD, ALAN
GAMBLE, EDWARD
HAAS, WILLIAM
JOURNEY, BUDDY
MAKIBBEN, GEORGE D.
MASON, ROBERT
MONTGOMERY, ROLLO
MATLOWSKY. SAM
MIFFLIN, CLAYTON
MUMMAW, WILLIAM
ONDERDONK, BRUCE
PHILLIPS, ROY
RIDGE, ROBERT
SIMS, WALTER
SPEIR, WOODROW
SULC, DAVID
SUTHERLAND. JACK
WELCH, RAYMOND
WERTZ, ROBERT
WERTZ, HARRY
WARD, WILLIAM
WESTBROOK, ARLO
YOUNG, JAMES

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EOOTH, JAMES

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BEALL, PATRICK


MERCHANT MARINE

BAILEY, TED
HULDQUIST, R.
HUTCHINGS, ROBERT
MAKIBBEN, TOM C
PEARSON, BRADLEY
RIDGE, PAT
SEARCY. ROY


ALLEY, MARGARET
(WAAC)
ANDERSON, MILDRED
(WAAC)
BREWERTON, HENRY
BRYAN, JACK
COBB, NEWTON
COLLINS, WINTER
CORCO, MIGUEL
DE CAMP, JOHN
GREEN, PETE
GRAHAM, PHILLIP
GRANT, WILLIAM
HOLTORD, LARRY
HANSEN, HENRY
HORTER, ERNEST
LEW IS, AUBREY
LINNEY, JOHN
MOON, DAVID
OLIVE, JAMES F.
STARRETT, WILLIAM J.
WELLS, RUSSELL


'40 ARMY AIR CORPS
'35 BUNKER, JAMES
'40 GRANTHAM. C.
'39 HAW. JACK
40 LUDLUM, WARREN
McCASLIN. DONALD
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McCORMICK, ROBERT
'38 PIRISKY. A.
PRAGER. LEWIS
SHERLOCK, WILLIAM
'39 SILVER, JACK
WINE, CHESTER
ZEMER, WILLIAM


FACULTY MEMBERS
PARRILL, IRVING A
FRANKLIN, M. A
DURRETT, ELEANOR (WAVE)
ARNOLD, R. E. N
PETTINGILL, J. N
CROWLEY, H. A
COBB. L. C. A
WOODBY, L. A
HOWARD, GEORGE A
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LEFT TO RIGHT: R. W. Collinge, Assistant to the Superintendent; Ben M. Williams, Superintendent; L. W. Johnson, Assistant Superintendent.


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FIRST ROW-

LEFT TO RIGHT

George Wardlaw
,Ilrhefat/maA -Latic

Subert Turbyfill
Speech

Karherine Je sup
English

Charles Wallace
English

Eula Driscoll
English



SECOND ROW-

Edward Hatchett
Mathematics

George McKeever
Science

Mrs. tally-Mrs. Arnold
Office

Eloise Monroe
Household Arts

Raymond Walter
Science


THIRD ROW-

Elinor Robson

Spoaah

Walter Fischer

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Margaret Tecgarden
Library



FOURTH ROW-

Mr. Higgins

Shop

Olga Frost
Spanish-l/rench

William Branstetter

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FIRST ROW-

LEFT TO RIGHT

Alice Houghton
Ilomushold Arts

J. Stanley Cook
English

Beatrice Gardner
Art

George Weaver
Mathematics

Mildred Swenson
Commercial


SECOND ROW-

Alice Parsons
English

Lucien Taylor
Alathematics

Helen Schuchat
English

Albert York
History


THIRD ROW-

Jim Honochick
Gymnaaium
Harold Zierten
Mech. Drawing
Charles Krout
Gymnasium


FOURTH ROW-
Alien Ward
Spanish
Neal Eranstttter
Music

George Lee
Science


Other staff members
not photographed:
Agnes Eneboe
Social Science

Mary Butler
Commercial

Dr. Prentiss
Librarian

Dr. Eugene
School physician
Rae Elicker
School nurse


Alice Candee
Hlisory












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EEIC DONALD HAMILTON BEALL
TAMPICO. MEXICO
"Don"
Football 3; Victory Corps 4; Rad.o 4.

HAROLD BEYERLEY
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Jocko'
Bas-ball 1-2-3-4: Football 1-2---4; Basketball 1-2-3;
Band 1-2; Softball 3; "B" Club 2-3-4.

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WILLIAM T. BOWEN
ROTTERDAM, HOLLAND
"Brainchild"
Chillicothe High School, Chillicote, Ohio.

DONALD RICHARD BOYER
BELLINGHAM. WASHINGTON
"Dick"
Little Theatre 1; Basketball 2; Football 3; Victory Corps 4.


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AGUSTIN ALBERTO ARIAS
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Beto"
Basketball 3-4; Water Polo ,; Baseball 3; Softball 3;
Victory Corps 4. La Salle, Panama.

SYLVIA ELENA ARJONA
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Babe"
Volleyball 1-2---4; Softball 1-2; Basketball 1.
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CONSTANCE IRENE BARNARD
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
Connie"
Parrakeet i; Softball 1: Tennis 1. Archery 1: Volleyball 1;
Basketball 1; Biology 2----I4

JAMES FRANCIS BASQUE
FITCHBURG, MASSACHUSETTS
"J mm.c-
Baseball I-2-3-4: Football I-2---4; Basketball
1-2-3-4; "B' Club 3-4; Victory Corps 4.
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BEATRICE JEAN BATHMANN
GLEN ROCK, NEW JERSEY
"Bea"
Glee Club 3; Biology Club 2; Volleyball 4.

HARLAN E. BAXTER
CASPER, WYOMING
"Box"
Little Theatre 4; Victory CorDs 4: Aruba High School, Aruba. D.\\ .


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EMILIO BRICEJRO
PANAMA, R. DE P.
"Cholo"
Basketball 2-3--4; Water Polo 2-3-4; Advertising Staff of
Parrakeet 4; Andrew Jackson High School, Long Island, N. Y.,
Victory Corps 4.

ANN BRISCOE
PANAMA, R. DE P.
Glee Club 4; St. Brigids High School, San Francisco, Calif.,
Victory Corps 4.

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MARGARET BRISCOE
PANAMA, R. DE P.
"Meg"
St. Brigids High School, San Francisco, Calif.. Victory Corps 4.

MERRILYN BROWN
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
Victory Corps 4; Counselor's Office; Little Theatre; Parrakeet 4;
Zonian 4.
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ROY BROWN
NEW FRANKLIN, MISSOURI
"Shorty"
Tulsa High School, Smith-Cotton High School; Victory Corps 4.


VALERIA DALE BRYANT
PANAMA, R. DE P.
Ass't. Librarian 2; E ology Club 2-3-4; Glee Club 3-4; Or-
chestra 1-2-3; Parrakeet 4; Swimming 1-4; Volleyball 2;
President Biology Club; Victory Corps 4.


CHESTER BUNKER
NEWSPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA
Victory Corps 4.


NUBIA CALOBREVES
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
Victory Corps 4.


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MARIE E. CANEPA
PANAMA, R. DE P.
Victory Corps 4.


SANTIAGO CARRERA JRI
PANAMA, R. DE P.
"Pinty"
Victory Corps 4.


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BETTY MAE CROOKS
ANCON, (ANAL ZONE
"Bets
Orchestra 1-2-3--i; Glee Club 1-2---4, Victory Corps 4.

GORDON H. DAVIS
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Davy"
Football 3-4- "B" Club 5-4, Victory Corp, i.

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LILLA DE BOUTAUD
PANAMA, R. DE 1'.


JEAN DECKER
HOUSTON, TEXAS
"Janie"
Volleyball 1; Basketball 1; Victory (orps 4i; Stonewall Jackson
High School, Houston. Texa,.


ANN CRECELIUS
FLI'SIlIN(, NE\W YORK
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JEROME CARRINGTON
ANCON, (ANAL ZONI
SJer-ry
Basketball 2; Orchestra 1-2--5-- Lit!c Thiatr Orhestira
2-3; Glee Club 4; Victory Corps 4.

BETTY CHAN
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Bettina"
Biology Club 2-3-4- Pcp Squad 4; Vittory (orp, 4.
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GEORGE M. CHEVALIER
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"(helvy
Football 1-2--*--; Eauhball 2---4: Softiall 1-2---t;
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Glee Club 2---4.

CLARENCE COATS
PENSACOLA. FI ORIDA
"Sooky"
Football 1-2. Baseball 1; Ti-nnl 1-2--, BR.lkctbdii 1-2--;
Swimming 1; Sophomore CLass Pr s,dtnt, (.riutobal High Scho i.
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LYNN R. COOK, JR.
ALBLIQUERQUtF NEW M Xl:10
"Buddl"
Band 1-2----!, Orchestra 1 -2--,-- Phyass Lab As.sanit 4;
Victory ( orp, -4.










LEON EDWARD DEDEAUX, JR.
GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI
"Frenchy"
Baseball 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Football 4;
Swimming 4.
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ROBERT L. DE PALMER
WILMINGTON, CALIFORNIA
"Doc"
Wilmington High School, Wilmington, California.
Victory Corps 4.




WILLIAM DIEZ
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
"Diz"
Football 4; Swimming 4; Class Representative 4; Victory Corps 4.

DERRY ANN ELLIS
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA B
Victory Corps 4; Parrakeet 4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Softball
1-2-3-4; Vollcyball 1-2-3-4; G. A. A. 3-4; Tennis 2. *
Litrle Theatre 3; Pep Squad 3-4; Archery 2-3-4.



ROBERT L. ERBE
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Bob"
Football 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Softball 2-3-4;
Track 2-4; Victory Corps 4; Swimming 2.

MARIEN EVANS
LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS
Victory Corps 4; Little Theatre 3-4; Parrakeet 4;
Volleyball 2-3-4.


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KATHERINE EILEEN FITZPATRICK
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Goldbrick"
Ef JVolleyball 3; Softball 1-2; Glee, Club 1-2-3-4; S. A.
Representative 4; Office Helper 4.

ROBERT FRICK
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
A Victory Corps 4; Band 3-4.


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SUZANNE GALLOWAY
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA
"Suzy"
Glee Club 2-3; Victory Corps 4. Loretto Academy, St. Louis, Mo-

ALICE GARLINGTON
PANAMA CITY, R. DE P.
Glee Club 1-2-3; Victory Corps 4; Archery 2.









WILLIAM A. GARLOW
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
Bill
Football 3-4; Baseball 3-4; Softball 1-2---
Basketball 4; Victory Corps 4.

HELEN LOUISE GEIS
CINCINNATI, OHIO
Archery 2: Biology 2-3; Victory Corps 4;
Marshall Model School.


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MARTIN T. GIAVELLI
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
Marty"
Football 1-2-4; Softball 1-2, "B" Club 4; Baseball 4;
Track 3; Basketball 1-2--; Albany High School, Albany, N. Y.
Victory Corps 4.

THOMAS GRIMM
COROZAL. CANAL ZONE
Victory Corps 4.

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VONNA RUTH HAMBELTON
COLUMBLUS OHIO
'-olleyball 1-2-3-4; Basketball 2-3-4; Softball 2-i-4;
G. A. A. 2-3-4i President G. A. A. 4; Victory Corps 4;
Cristobal High School.

NEIL HEITMAN
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Lynwood High School. California: Victory Corps 4.


ARNOLD HOFFNER
UNION CITY
"Sally Lou"
Baseball 1-2-3-4: Football 1-2--4; Basketball 2-3-4;
Track 3-4; Softball 3--; Tennis 3-4; Golf 3--;
Victory Corps 4.

MARY ELIZABETH HOWARD
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"How"
Volleyball 1-2-3--4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Softball 1-2-3
*-4; Swimming 1-2-3-i; Parrakeet 4; G. A. A. 2-3-4;
Archery 1-2; Victory Corps 4.
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JACK A. HOWELL
CRISTOBAL, CANAL ZONE
Sonny"
Baseball 1-2-3--i: Football 1-2-3-i; Basketball 1-2-3-4
Band 1-2-3; "B" Club 3-4; Softball 3.

MARSHALL HUGHES
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Moose"
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Football 1-2-3-4; Baseball 3--4;
Softball 1-2-3-4; Track 4; Victory Corps 4.


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WILLIAM HUTCHINGS
DETROIT. MICHIGAN
"Hutch"
Baseball 1-2-3-4; Football 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2;
Gnt .-4; Swimming 1-2-3-4; "B" Club; Victory Corps 4.

EDWARD L. HUTTON
COOPERSTOWN. NEW YORK
"Red"
Football 1; John Adams High School.

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DONALD JACKSON
PANAMA, R. DE P.
Football 1-2-3-4.

ROBERT ELMER JOHNSTON
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Stinky"
Bisebali 3-4; Softball 3--; Football 3-4; Victory Corps 4.

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LAWRENCE JONES
WATERVILLE, MAINE
"Buck"
Football 1-2-3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; "B" Club 2-3-4;
Softball 1-3-4; Track 3-4; Swimming 4; Water Polo 4; Tennis
3--; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Golf 4; Victory Corp, Member.

MILDRED JONES
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Jonsey"
Volleyball 3; Softball 1-2-3; Basketball 1-2; Victory
Corps 4.


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TOMMY LOU JORDAN
BREWTON, ALABAMA
Volleyball 1-2-3-4; Softball 1-2-3; Archery 1; Victory
Corps 4.

BUD KELLEHER
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS
"Bud"
Softball 2-3-4; Biology Club 1-2-3; Baseball 2-3; Foot-
ball 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Track 4;
Victory Corps 4.
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MARY VIRGINIA KELLY
CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
"Kelly"
Volleyball 1-2-3-4; Softball 2; Glee Club 1-2-4; S. A.
Secretary 4; Office Helper 4; Student Employment Bureau 3;
Victory Corps 4.
JIMMY KENEALY
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Primo"
Biology Club 2-3-4; Basball 2-3; Football 1-2-3-4; Soft-
ball 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Tennis 3; Track 4.


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JOHN WILLIAM MANUSH
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
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Zonian 4, Victory (orps 4.

BILL MARCH
HADLON HTS., NEW JERSEY
"Mots"
Little Theatre 4; Football 1-2---1, Softball 1; Baseball 2-4.

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THOMAS C. MARINE
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Shorty"
Little Theatre 1; Football 1-2-5-4; Softball 2-3; Baseball
1-2-3--4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Victory Corps 4.

MURIEL MARTIN
GALVESTON. TEXAS
Victory Corps 4; Volleyball 1; Art ( lub i; Zonian 4; Parrakeet 4;
Gice Club 1-2-3; Ball High School, Galveston, Texas.


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PATRICIA ELLEN KENEALY
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA
"Pat"
Victory (orps 4; Volleyball 2---(; Softball 2-3-4;
Parrakeet -, Little Theatre --4: Library Assistant; Cristobal High.

FLORENCE KLEIN
BROOKLYN NEW YORK
"Flo"
Vollrball 2-; Glee Club 1-2-4, Basketball 1-2; George
Wa.hingron High School: Howard Taft High School;
Victory Corps 4.

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LUCILLE LARSEN
PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA
Victory Corps 4.

ELSIE LAWYER
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Els"
Volleyball 1 Bakeball all 1: Little Theatre 1-2-3; Glee Club 1-2.

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SARAH LECROY
BESSEMER, ALABAMA
"Biddie"
Basketball 1--i Victory Corps 4.

CHESTER LOVE
EL PASO, TEXAS
"Babby Lou"
Football 2-4; Baseball 2-3-4- Track 2---4: Basketball
2-3-4; "B" Club 3-i; Victory Corps 4.












MAXINE MENDENHALL
WEISER, IDAHO
Victory Corps 4.

JACK MILLER
TARENTUM. PENNSYLVANIA
"Casey"
Baseball 1-2-3-4: Football 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4
Swimming 4; "B'" Club 3-4; Senior Class President; Victory Corps 4

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ANDRES MOJICA, JR.
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Chink"
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Baseball 3-4; Swimming 1-2; Water
Polo 1; Victory Corps 4.

GENEVIEVE MONROE
HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS

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Softball 1-2-3;


ALICE MOORE
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Chick"
Volleyball 2-3; Basketball 3; Gke Club 1;
Victory Corps 4.


WILLIAM McARTHUR
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Mac"
Football 1-2-3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Track 3-4; Soft-
ball 2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; ""' Club 3-4;
Victory Corps 4.


ANNA McFADDEN
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
Glee Club 4; Victory Corps 4.


ROBERT CLARK McILHENNY
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Jerk"
Softball 2; Physics lab assistant 4; Victory Corps 4.


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JAMES McILVAINE
WADSWORTH, OHIO
"Fish"
Glee Club 1; Little Theatre 2-3-4; Football 1; Camera Club
3-4; Victory Corps 4; Cristobal High School 1.


MARY ELISE McPHATE
NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI
Volleyball 1-2-4; Basketball 1-2-4; Softball 1-2; Archery
1; Glee Club 2-3-4; Victory Corps 4.


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PARIS, TEXAS

EDWARD RICHARD MYERS
BELLIWOOD, PENNSYLVANIA

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DORIS PEARL
BALTIMORE. MARYLAND
"Doe"
Softball 1 Volleyball 1; Glee Club 1-2; Victory Corps 4.

DANNY PEREIRA
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Dan"
Basketball 1-2---- ; Track 2---4; Tennis 2-3-4; Swim-
ming 1-2; Water Polo 1; Advertising Staff of Parrakeet 4;
Victory Corps 4.

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WILLIAM BARR PERRY, JR.
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Bud"
Baseball 2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3; Band 1-2-3-i; Or-
chestra 1-2-3-i; Victory Corps 4.

ERNEST E. PIERCE
BALBOA, CANAL ZONE
"Bud"
Football 3-4; Junior Class President; Senior Representative;
Camera Club 4.


CLAUDE WILSON PURVIS
ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Muscles"
Basketball 1; Band 1-2---4, Orchestra 2----i; Camera Club
4; Baseball 1; Victory Corps 4.

ERNA REVESZ
COLON, R. DE P.
Glee Club 1-2-3-4; Biology Club 3-4; Victory Corps 4.

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RALPH J. RIDGE
BALBOA, CANAL ZONE
"Rudolph"
Baseball 1-2-3-4; Softball 3-4; Dasketball 1-2-3-4;
Football 1-2-3--4; "B" Club 3-4; Victory Corps 4.

JACK WALTER ROCKER
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Rock"
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Football 1-2-
3-4; Victory Corps 4; Hargrave Military Academy.


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JOHN L. ROSSETTI
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Ears"
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Softball 1-2-3-4: Baseball 4; Track
4; Football 3-4; Tennis 4; Victory Corps 4; "B" Club 4.

CAROL RAE RUSSON
CLEVELAND, OHIO
"Russ"
Softball 1-2; Volleyball 1.

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WILLIAM D. ROSSON
W. EUSTIS, VIRGINIA
"Bill"
Baseball 3; Football 4; Victory Corps 4.

CHARLOTTE SAGER
WELSHFIELD, OHIO
Troy High School, Welshfield, Ohio; Marshall High School Hunt-
ington, West Virginia; Victory Corps 4.

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ROBERT B. SAGER
CLEVELAND, OHIO
"Tc.x"
Welshfield High School; Victory Corps 4.

STANLEY W. SALO
HAVANA, CUBA
"Red"
Victory Corps 4; Theodore Roosevelt High School, New York; Wm.
H. Taft High School, New York.


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MARY JANE SECHRIST
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE
"Chris"
Parrakc't 3; Little Theatre 4; Victory Corps 4; Thomas Jefferson
High School, Richmond, Virg:n:a.

WILLIAM CARROLL SECHRIST, JR.
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE
"Lil' Abner"
Football 4; Daseball 4; Water Polo 4; Softball 4: Basketball 4;
Victory Corps 4; Thomas Jefferson High School, Richmond, Virgin'a.

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AUDREY SMITH
STAPLETON, STATEN ISLAND
Parrakeet 4; Basketball 3: Pep Squad 3-4; Victory Corps 4;
Tennis 3; Archery 3.

JULIA SMITH
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Julie"
Volleyball 2-3-4; Softball 3; Basketball 2-3; Immaculate Heart
High School, Hollywood, California.


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NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
Victory Corps i.

EUGENE THOMAS
AUCKLAND NEW ZIALAND
"Lime"
Little Theatre 4; Parrak:tt i; Vc.cry iCops i : (alabar High School.

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HENRY TOWNSHEND
CRISTOBAL. CANAL ZONE
"Quiqui"
.Swimming 1-2-3; Football 2-3; S. A. Representative 3.

EDWARD L. HALL
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
-Eddie"
Victory Corps 4; Warren Eaton High


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MONNA CLAIRE SMITH
"ORT ST. JOf, FLORIDA
Gle, (lub X Victory (orps 4.

OWEN SMITH
HAGERSTOI\ N, MARYLAND
Smitti
Football i, Victory Curps 4.


ROBERT L. SOUDER
PHILADELPHIA PFNNSYLVANIA
"Reds
Victory Corps I, Chester High School, Chester. Pennsylvania

MARY LEE STANDEFER
HOUSTON, TEXAS
"Quita
Counselor's Assistant: Vict ri C rrp 4i; Tampico American
School, Mexico.

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LAWRENCE W. STRAWBRIDGE
FRANKLIN, PI NNSYLVANIA
"Larry"
Little Theatre i---i Football A; Basketball A; Rocky Grove
H,gh School; Victory Corps -.

WARREN STROOP
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA


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ANCON, CANAL ZONE I i
"Birdy"
Volleyball 1-2; Basketball 2; Glee Club 1--3--4.

JACK WALTERS
ELIZABETH NEW JERSEY

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ALICE RAY WARD
HOUSTON, TEXAS
Parrakeer 3; Victory Corps 4; Herbert Hoover High School,
Glendale, California.

RALPH WELCH
COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK
"Spike"
Football 2-3-4; Baseball 3-4; Softball 1-2--4; Basketball
1-2-3--4; Tennis 3-4; Track 4.

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FENTON RAYMOND WHELAN
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Buddy"
Football 1-2-3--4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Track 2-3-4;
Basketball 1-2-3-4; Softball 1-2-3; Victory Corps 4. |

BEN C. WILLIAMS
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
Victory Corps 4; Orchestra 1-2-3-4; Little Theatre 3-4;
Band 1-2-3-4; Glee Club 3; Camera Club 1-2-3-4.







DIANE YOST
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Dinny"
Glee Club 1-2; Volleyball 1; Basketball 1; Softball 1;
Victory Corps 4.

JAMES YOUNG
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
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PAUL HAROLD ZIMMERMANN
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
"Pibe"
S f Baseball 3-4; Basketball 2-3-4; Track 2-3-4; Victory Corps 4

ROBERTA C. WORSLEY
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Dobbie"
Softball 1; Glee Club 1; Victory Corps 4.
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ROBERT CHAPMAN

KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI
'Chappie"
Baseball 1-2-i-1, Basketball 1-2---4, Softball 1-2-3-4;
Football 1-2--.4: Glec Club i--., Track 1-2-- -4: Little
Theatre I-2-- -4, V.ce-President 4--4; B `lub i-4;
Victory Corps 4, WX'Lsiport High School.


BETTY CLARK OLSEN

ANCON. CANAL ZONE
"Keggie"
Little Theatre 4; Class Secretary 1; Library Assistant 3-4;
Counselor's Office 4; Victory Corps 4.


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RONALD WANKE

ANCON, CANAL ZONE
Victory Corps ;i Little Theatre 1-2-3-4: Zonian 4, Baseball
1-2-3-4; Track 1-2---4. Softball 1-2----1; Glee
Club 1-2-;--4; S. A. Representative 3.



OLGA ALARCON

PARAISO. CANAL ZONE
Victory (orps 4.


DOLORES DOWNING

TRINIDAD B. W. I.
'Dee"
Volleyball 1-2-3--; Softball 1-2---4; Basketball 1-2
-3-4; Archery 2---4; Tennis I-2. G. A. A. 3-4:
Zonian 4, Office 4 Victory Corps 4.


MARY JANE UGARTE

CINCINNATI OHIO
Shorty"
Softball 1; Victory Corps; Vollkyball 2; Hughes High School
Hartwell Hgh School.

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MAY ISABELLA ZEMER

ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"lzzy'
Little Theatre 1-3-4; G. A. A. 3-4; Swimming 1-2; Volley
ball 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4; Victory Corps; Par-
rakeet 4; Softball 1-2-3-1; Glee Club 1-2; Library
Assistant 1-2.


ROBERT BRUCE LORD

ANCON, CANAL ZONE
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BARBARA ANNE HUTCHINGS
COLON, R. DE P.
"'Butch"
Volleyball 1-2-3-4; Little Theatre 1-2-3-4; G. A. A.
2-3-4; Glee Club 1-2; Orchestra 3; Basketball 2-3-4; Soft-
ball 1-2----4; .,. .,.r 1-2-3-4; Tennis 1-2; Class Rep-
resentative 4; lC...r.,l High School; Victory Corps 4.

f RUTH JOHNSTON
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Ruti"
Volleyball 3-4; Basketball 3-4; Archery 3-4; Softball
S2-3-4; G. A. A. 4; Victory Corps 4; Archery 3-4.

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JOAN PATRICIA KENNEY
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
"Kenney"
4. Volleyball 3: Little Theatre --4; C;... S;,iL 1 S. A. Sec-
H k retary 4; Pen Squad 3; Cheer 1% .1 i firr jc.r 4;
Zonian 4; Victory Corps 4.

EDITH ELSIE McLAREN
COLON, R. DE P.
"Edie"
Volleyball 2-3-4; Basketball 2-3-4; Softball 2---'- Ar-
chery 2: G. A. A. 4; S. A. Vice President 4; P

1 Little Theatre 3-4; Parrakeet 4; Zonian 4; Glee t lub I-2;
Victory Corps 4.


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NORINE AVIS RATHGEBER
ANCON, CANAL ZONE
"Rene"
-3-4; VollCyball 1---7_ -- G. A. A. Serretrry 4;
-2-3-4; lt.t' lti 1-i --'-4: Little Ihe-. t
-4; ;rni-,r. 1; S. A. Representative 2; Business
of it..i.J it.-re 4; Tennis 1-2; Victory Corps 4.


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SEATTLE. WASHINGTON
Victory Corps 4; Parrakeet 4; Little Theatre 2-3-4.


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WASHINIRON, D. C.
Victory Corps Chairman 4; Zonian 4.




CITA McILVAINE
Victory Corps 4; Pirrakeet 4.


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RUTH JOHNSTON


HAROLD S. BEYERLY

MERRILYN BROWN

EILEEN FITZPATRICK

GORDON DAVIS

CARMEN A. McILVAINE

ALICE D. GARLINGTON

EDITH McLAREN

DIANE YOST

DOLORES DOWNING

JOAN KENNEY

PAUL FEDDE

SYLVIA ARJONA


BETTY CHAN

MARIE CANEPA

BETTY OLSEN

ISABEL ZEMER

ERNEST PIERCE

MARY JANE UGARTE

BURL NORRELL

MARY JANE SECHRIST

DALE BRYANT

HELEN GEIS

LAWRENCE STRAWBRIDGE.

WILLIAM GARLOW


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The Victory Corps was formed this year to organize the activities of the
stu.Lents for the war effort. Five divisions were formed for members of the
junior and senior classes: Air, Land, Sea, Production, and Community. Sopho-
mores and freshmen belong to a general group. In order to become a mem-
ber each student enrolled in pre-induction courses prescribed by the War De-
partment. To keep his membership he took part in some activity that helped
the national war effort. Red Cross work, model plane building, attending
Patriette dances, fire fighting, and air-raid warden work were some of the
activities. Members of the Corps were encouraged to buy War Bonds. In
one month the Corps collected 30,000 magazines to be distributed to the
men in the service. Cards, games, broomstick handles (to be cut into check-
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This W\ay for the Big Show Tig-r Alley


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BIOLOGY



CLUB


Yorick was a member too!
Erna Revez, James McIlvaine. Betty Chan, Yolanda Revesz, Mr. Lee. Clinton
Atkinson. Dale Bryant, Milo Alexander, Mrs. Lee and Genevieve Monroe.


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Freshmen Play Directors: ra Remingon Ronald an None Rahgeber. obert Chapman
Freshmen Play Directors: Iras Remington, Ronald Wanke, Norine Raithgeber, Robert Chapman










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ARTS


In the Dough with Alice Moore


Doris Pearl and Ann Briscoe learn about Grandma's "Stirch in Time."


The Clean-up Squad: Ann Crcelius, Tommy Lou Jordan, Helen Geis.















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NEIL V. BRANSTETTER, Director


Bud Perry
Bill Collins
Robert Erbe
Ana Peterson
Claude Purvis
Gretchen Yost
Dorothy Bigelow
Dick Colston
Ben Williams
Edwin Baumbach
Sam Irwin


Dick Turbyfill
Julio Jimenez
Richard Fifer
Robert Engelke
Billy Sullivan
Ruth Ann Chevalier
Albert Eisenhauer
Milo Alexander
Bill Allen
Beverly Buckaloo
James Young


Bob Mcllvaine Eddie Doran


Paul Fedde
Billy Hall
Hilmar Schecker
Bob Irwin
F;del Ponce
Robert Frick
Charles Hildrerh
Jack Staples
Bill Bartholomew
Robert Samples
Lynn Cook
Jack Mlul!cr


Daniel Newman
Albert Garlingron
Ernest Franceschi
Albert Attaway
John McGinnis
Ian Jonnson
George Fedde
Charles Norris
Earl Beard
Ben Andrews
Dorothy Peterson


BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA


Eileen Fitzpatrick
Bcrty (rooks
Virginia Meyer
Jacquleine Weir
Donald Didricl:son
Marv Lou Gaines
Bertha Moya
Margaret Ho-well
Jerry Carrington


Eileen Moore
Louise Jarrell
Phyllis Zemer
George Fedde
Bill Allen
Ben Williams
Dick Turbyfill
Julio Jimenez
LE'. ( ollins


Octavia Garlington
Paul Fedde
Bill Hall
Peggy Goddard
Fdwin Wilson
Lynn Cook
Jack Muller
John McGinnis


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Charles Lester
Hilmar Schecker
lan Johnson
Marie Grimm
Nancy Sullivwn
Francis May
Ana Pettrson
Bill Hunter
Edwin Baumbach


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Machines for making the World of Tomorrow.


The Aeronautics class starting out on a field trip.
LEFT TO RIGHT Thomas Grimm, Bill Garlow, Lynn Cook, Stanley
Salo, Harold Beyerly, Ronald Wanke, Jack Walters, James Mcd!vaine, Bob
Mcllhenny, Bob Chapmen, Leon Dedeaux, Paul Fedde and Jerry Carrington.










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James Mcllvaine, Leon Dedeaux, Jack Walters, and Bob Mdllherny demon-
strate the correct manner of placing patient. Stanley Salo, on the stretcher.


LASSES


Wonder who the poor victim is?
LEIT TO R!GHT Dale Bryant. Mary Jane Sechrist. Suzanne Galloway,
Diane YEt Alice Garlington, lM.ry McPhare and Betty Mae Lrooks.


Coach Honochick, our First Aid Instructor, looks pretty
for the camera.





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Now it is done this way! Designer Niemdorff and Mr. Higgins.


N:w put it together again...... Robert Lord and Elmer Moolchan.


Just take your pick........ A. Cruz. R. Nelson, P. Ramirez, B. Niemdorff, J. Young, and P. Ostrea.





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Cruz. J. Young, and F Ostrea.


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COUNCIL


President Victor Melant "does his bit" for
the Victory Corps by collecting records.


SENIOR MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL
Left to right: Ernest Pierce, Barbara Hutchings, Eileen Fitzpatrick and Bill Diez





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affal we can't even School, Mi all then it doesnt t
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me help and newspape, d' take out -'4 Nv or's
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Whew...... It's hard work! The staff tries to look busy.

LEFT TO RIGHT, around the table Merrilyn Brown, Iras Remington, Connie Barnard, Dorothy Fritz,
Helen Geis, Joan,Kenney. Muriel Martin, Derry Ann Ellis, Helen Eglinton, Bill Hutchings, Barbara Hutchings,
Norine Rathgeber, Nugent Thomas, Betty Chan, Cita McIlvaine, Dale Bryant, Jerry Carrington. Edith McLaren,
and Isabelle Zemer.


Miss Helen Schuchat, Adviser of the school newspaper.


























Original staff: back row: Jim Mcilvane, Bill
Manush, Ronald Wanke. Front tow- Edith
McLaren. Dolores Downing Jo.n Kenney,
Muriel Martin,


Editorial staff: Joan Kenney, Edith McLaren, Herb Stevens. Dolores Downing,
Ronald \\anke. Ernest Pierce.




At the beginning of the year, when the Zonian
staff was chosen, we knew that we would have some
difficulties in putting out a year book. Little did we
know how many or how often they would ap-
pear. There was............ lack of paper, priority on
shipping, shortage of film and printing materials -
to mention a few. And right in the middle of the
year our photographer, Jim Mcllvaine, graduated
and left us sadly in need of pictures. But Herb Stevens
and Ernest Pierce came to our rescue and the staff
was once more complete. And thus a yearbook.


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"This is America", a choricc pageant, presented for the Victory Corps of Balboa High School, on Pan-American Day, April
14, 19-3. The chorus, from left to right: front row: Thomas Grimm, Bob McIlhenny, Betty Olsen, Mary Jane Sechrist, Edith Mc-
Laren, Mary Jean Carey, Bob Chapman, Donna McClain, Jacqueline Dorgan, Dale Bryant, Emil,. FiiCL..II Manuel Jacome. back row:
Harlan Baxter, Bill March, Kenneth Baer, Charline MiLer, Hilda Hinz, Peggy Goddard, Connie bhir,'j .l..r, Kenney, Ru:h Johnston,
Bill Diez, Jack Miller, Ronald Wanke.


"he cast of "The '\ l. inp,.." i iit, in Balboa Clubhouse, April 8, 1943. The players are, from left to right' Josephine
Matheison, Terry Prager, Harlan Baxter r tll Zemer, Jack Miller, Joan Kenney, Paul DeBehnke, and Eileen Moore








Fire Fighters

At the beginning of the
school year, Balboa High or-
ganized a corps of emergency
fire fighters. These boys were
trained to assist regular firemen
and air-raid wardens in case of
a bombing raid.


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DACK RO\: Nugent Thomas. Robert
Nordstrom, James Murray, Bob Sager, Jack
Walter. Bill Garlow, Har!in Paxtvr, Dick
Porter, Leon Dedeaux, Kenneth Baer, and
Bob Mcllvane.
FRONT ROW: John Srandefe. Bill Diez,
Ned Barlow, Ja k Mdller. Bob (ihpman, and
Larry Sraw bridge-


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Radio Classes

Under the direction of War-
rant Officer Van Pelt, classes in
radio technique were or..nrii',
These classes met several times
during the week, and during
this time students learned the
Morse Code and practiced the
sending and receiving of mes-
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Edie. She's in the G.A.A., vice-
president of the Student Associa-
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And here we have thc one and --: 4
only Jack Miller, Our Jack's tall,
handsome, athletic, and witty --
an unbeatable combination, and has
been awarded honors galore. With .---
that friendly grin and leady laugh,
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Norine Rathgeber, a little Ancon miss, copped our all-around girl title and rightly,
too. Rene's business manager of the Little Theatre, secretary of the G.A.A., class re-
presentative, dance committee member, and scads of other things. She's Miss Balboa
High School personified.









ALL BALBOA BOY


Here we have Sonny Howell, all around boy of B.H.S. Jack's been class pre-
sident, and aside from running innumerable committees he is president of the "B"
Club. The fact that he has been in about every activity in school makes him : Number
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"Safe!" shouts the umpire and Miller
stands up, dusts off his pants, and grins.
"Safe", "Touchdown", and "Point" seem
to be our favorite athlete's by-words. He
haw3 c.tainJe our all-star football team,
pitched for his cwn baseball team, and
is a member and officer of the exclusive
"B" Club. And just to make the picture
perfect, Jack's a real sport, winner or
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BEST GIRL ATHLETE

The winnah Mary Elizabeth Howard
most athletic girl for 1943. Ever since
we can remember, Mary's been an out-
standing sport. Volleyball, basketball,
softball all-star teams wouldn't be com-
plete without her. One of the few girls i
taken into the G.A.A. as a sophomore,
"How" really deserves the honor of being '
our favorite girl athlete. Three cheers!









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When the kids shout, "Dig it!" and start stomping their feet, in comes a twosome
that needs no introduction it's Jazzbo and Kenney, King and Queen of Swing for
'43. Waltzing, 1-2-3-kickin' and boogin' they've beat out competition and gone off
with the title of best dancers of the year. Let's let them show you our candid section.
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Top p-cture is the Basketball squad from which the Al!-Star team to play Critorbal ( and we won too) was chosen.
Left to right: Top Squad: back rou: Blanca, Phyllis Birnbaumer, Elba K ng. Mercedes Grifo, Betty Yarbray, Norine Ra'hgeber. lsahelle Zemer, Edith
McLaren, Ruth Johnston, Josephine Mathieson, Nanette Lynch, Betty Pres ey. Sylvia Arlona, Judy Reves, Nancy Sullivan and Frances May.
Second rou: -. Helen 'i li,!.1 Alice Fairbrother, Mary Sullivan, Nor.ra Juhnston, Muriel Btrgman, Carmen Hernandez, Doris Conner. Doro:hy
Fritz, Fi. ii. 7..mer, and Derr Fl.
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Action in the Balboa-Cristobal games


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Bottom Row: Bob Chapman, Ralph Ridge, Emilio Breceno. Bob Erbe.


The Champs: Thomas Grimm. Robert Whitam. Ernest Franceschi, Milo Alexanie:, Larry
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Acknowledgment


We wish that there were some new way to express our apprecia-
tion to all our friends who have helped make this ZONIAN possible.
If ever a staff needed friends, we, the staff of the 1943 Zonian, need-
ed them. We are guilty of making an understatement when we say
that the year was filled with delays and uncertainties. At the time
of this writing the covers for the book have not arrived. The class
numerals were omitted from them because we did not know whe-
ther they would arrive on time to be used this year. We do not talk
idly, then, when we say that we needed friends, and having found
them, wish that there were some new way to express our sincere
appreciation. To all, teachers, friends, students, who have helped,
the staff is grateful.

We want especially to thank Miss Beatrice Gardner, our art
adviser, who never failed to help us solve a problem. The drawings
of her art students are high points in our book.

We thank Mr. Sigurd E. Esser, principal, for his help. Mr. Ed-
ward W. Hatchett, faculty adviser to the Student Council, handled
the finances. Miss Helen Schuchat, journalism teacher, was helpful
in many ways.

The staff acknowledges the help of Mr. Jack Matthews of the
Panama American Printing Company, Mr. Warren LaClair, official
photographer, and Mr. H. C. Ingersoll, Chief of Customs of the
Port of Balboa, for their help and advice.

To our patrons who helped us finance our book and whose
names appear on the following page, we extend our thanks and the
wish that their names will be in the minds of our readers always.


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