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Title: Zonian
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
Publication Date: 1946
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PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF
BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL


Business Manager, DOROTHY BIGELOW


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Balboa High School, with its modern classrooms, its iell-equipped
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breezes . amid scarlet and yellow flowers splashing against white
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YOU'VE BEfn UWITInG FOR


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YOUR 1946 ZOfllfl

It represents four all-too-short
years of work and play together.
Through pictures of you and
your activities, your 1946 Zonian
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a friend and counsellor to us all. he is always ready
with a helping hand for those tho need it. Mr. Esser
holds his NI. S. degree from the Inisersitl of North
Dakota.
MRS. BERNADINE LALLY
Need information? With a gracious word and smile
Mrs. Lally. head secretary of B.H.S.. will prove to be
a never-failing source of all you need to know.

MISS ALICE CRUZ
"Ali(e" . an industrious and efficient secretary . .
is always cheerfully helpful.


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WE UJM REIEIBER



MARK CRAM LICH.
Zornan Senior (Llas President



e Itrood i3t th Seawall watching the sun rise flamhobantly from the Pacific. We were senior--no, no longer seniors,
frr. clasped in Ith hand of each of us was a diploma, our passport to the adult world.
We were not shining examples of modern yv.uth-just typical teen-agers. We loved to laugh and jitterbug, "cokes"
were the order of ,'ur day, and algebra. our "irk." A.4 we relived the pa-t year-our last in B.H.S.-our hearts killed with
pride and )uo, and ju-t a hit of .orrrw.
We remembered September. %lark Gramlich look the spotlight at the Inauguration Dance as Senior Class Prexy.
It wa- a heavenly affair-gardenias and "groosey" music. ;
Our John and Ethel Barnmrre tIok oer the Ciubby Stage in November with "Seven Keys to Baldpate"-complete
with haiunl and hermits. Nexl night the senior three a spfrrt dance that rocked the gym to its foundation.
Our grid star- captained bs that hubbaa hubba" gus Chet Trim tussled with Cristobol and came up grinning-even
in the facr of a 13 7 defeat.
,ania came in B.H.S. and liberally dlitribuled gilts in December: 1. A honey of a Christmas formal dance; 2. An
extra-pecial Parra lft: 3. The traditional Chri-tmas Mulu-ale complete with hand and orchestra; 4. A sidesplitting
and unlnrg-ttable Senior Party.
The Hoiiirhr.ld Art- Slyle Show in January brought to licht several talented senior-, and the models-Mr. Powers,
pli aj- nole
Ferhrari featured a glamorr..us \ .lentine Dance topped -ofl with Llona Sear,. an eten more glamor,'ust Valentine Queen.
Again our histrionically inclined seniors trod the sagging stage of
*.=. '*- Yle Olde Clruhhniise with "Double or Nothina." Not to be outdone,
Sthe Speech Class presented their annual luncheon.
f Local "Dai-s Mlaes" iwolfesses to you gave a look-see to the
S". masciiline pulchritude of B.H.S. to find "The Male" for the Sadie
Hawkins Dance in March.
.. "" In with April breezes blew the Music Festlial. the Track Meet.
~ 34. *i "' and the !ongawaited Junior Senior Banquet. We dusted off our
table manners, donned while coats and flowing fornals and set out
SIn "do the Tisoli."
S .; Banquets, banquets and more banquets came out of May-Little
Theatre. "B" Club and G.A.A. Awards by the dozens were distri-
.';b, huted to thoe who earned them on Annual Awards Day. "And
Sl"^ her tears flowed like wine" could well hate been the theme of
Baccalaureate e\ercise-. We were beginning to realize that we were
seniors with graduation only a week off.
And Commenctment-yes. last night was wonderful. A night
ti remembhr alway--the turning of the wa\s, the -a ing of "goodbyes"
and the b-ginning of a new life.
















ears,. S. .. Reprc-entative; Mark Gramlich.
Pre,,ident; Peg Nhummaw. Serretar. Second
rnu.,: R-dnev McGovrn, Vice President;
Alberta Beyd. S. A. Representaive: James
Cnakley. S. A. Repretentaite: Fred Sndstrom,
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LIA ANGUIZOLL,


.n alluring little lad) . .rotir /eaturer . that "La, tin U Hat RA,
lonk is arrested bi glosiw blark hair. hntrhi.
"Our Lad\ ,f Sion," 1. 2; Spanish Club, 3. 4: lnl-,I...- i t[
Play, "Las Cr,-uela-s" Library A-si-tani 1. 2. Pr..gram. I.
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FLORENCE THERESA APPIN-"Flo" Fricnlli,
.4 quiet and sedate eundlF / il harm .. pleasing vri ." llball. 1.
and ia wiarm manner 1ar. 1. 2:
Victory Corps. 1. 2, 3; Spanih Club. 4: V\'ll.shall. i. n: Fr'-h.ran
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JOHN AXE .I
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he's got what goals like . marked talent lor joutnalitsn. i, C O rp-.
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GLADvS PE4RL BAILEv-"Chubbh" Frilhall. 1. 2.
Laughing bug . where there'" Gladis. there'. a giagle I. 3. 1: wima
. .adorable dimples srrnunded hl a solt leather rit Irnmi
Archer). 1. 2: Softball. 1. 2: Basketball. 3; \allPeball. I. W I
2. 3: Tennis. 3: Victory Corps. 1. 2. 3: (.lee Cluh. 1. 2. 1: 5moth ii the
Pep Squad, I.
Baebhall, 2. 3
JACK BALDIVIN-"Bald" f: ','iall
Quite a basketball player .. an are in rooking rlaii
fso we hear) . 5ur Castle Heights boi.
Castle Heights MAilitary Academy. 3: Football. 1. 2, 3. 4.
"All Star." 1, 2. 4: Ba-eball, 1, 2. 3. 4. "All Star," I. 2;
Softball, 1. 2.. "All Spar." 1. 2; Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4.
"All Star." 1. 2: Sno.cer, 3: \olle)ball, 3;
Wairr Polo. 3: Track. I. 2.

PHILLIP BARGMNAN
Another Texas Romero . a good gua who has a learning
toward hocuss pocus" and a learning lor law.
Brownwood Junior High School. 1: El Pasn High Schonl. I',, ',
3: Debate, ]; "Spur Stall." I; Spanish Club President. I: \ ... . ,k.,
Secretary of Latin Club. 1: Debate Award. I: Cunrenlt ,, ..h I..
Events Award. 1: Best R.O.T.C. Cadet Award. 1: Navy h. -.kb"b"'
Day Program, I: Americanism Program, 1.


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EDAR McARTraun-And in this corner we see Edgar, the man wiih BRISCOE BTESH
the brain. A quiet fellow, but merry. COAKELY COHN

LILLIAN BENITEZ
BENITEZ BEVILLE A petite piece of pertness . She's got those "come hither" eits.
BIAVA BIGELOW Inglewood High School. 1, 2: Music Club; G.A.A.; Spanish
BOYD BREVARD Club: "Los Conqui-ladore-": Volle)ball: Basketball; Hockey;
Swimming: Baseball. Victory Corps. 2; Glee Club; Pep Squad,
1. 2: Fashion Show, 3.
RICHARD D. BIAVA-"B" s-
"Blure-eved Tye" . uhat sense of hpuor! . a solid guy
S'ho gets .aroqnd.
Fontba ., 2Jf.A'4. "All Star.' 3 4; lbseball'3. 4: Softball, 1. 4;
SBa'etball, J 3. 41 itoory CArps..J. 2,.3; :" Club. a, President,
S 4: Cameza CIWb k. S'. Cltb m Cnomfee. 3; Senior Cards and
Announcements. junior Eing Committee. 3: Staging, 1.
ALBERTA M. BOYv--"Bert"
S Neat . nitv . that's our Bert . sen'e of humor that can't
be matched and her smile is the same.
Swimming, 3. 4: Tennis, 3; Victon Corps. 1, 2. 3; Camera Club, 4;
Glee Club, 1, 2; Pep Squad, 1, 2. 3, 4: Library Assistant. 3:
Counselor's Office, 2. 3: S..A4 Representatiae, 4': Producing, 3:
SZonian, 4: Parrakeet. 4; S.A. Club Committee, 3; junior Anthology,
SP3; Senior Dance Committee; Junior Dance Committee.
i m.n. t KENNETH BEV.ILLE-"KettI"
Hmmmrmmm .. dream) brown eres ... dashing personality . .
need we saw more.
Gainesville High School, 1, 2. 3: Freshman President: Football. 2;
Basketball. 2: Soccer, 2: Baseball, 2: Reporter for G.H.S. Paper, 2.
DOROTHY RHUE BIGELOW-"Dots)"
I'i..acit plus . continually) whistling with those talented lips
. a regular jive bomber and a dizzy doll.
Volleyball. I. "All Star," 1: Basketball, I: Bowling, 1; Swimming,
1: Softball. I; Archery, I: Music Appreciation Club. 3; Zonian,
4; Parrakeet, 4; Acting. I; Producing, 1: Staging, 1; "Small

Orchestra, 2. 3. 4: Little Theatre Orchestra, 2, 3. 4; S.A. Club
Orchestra, 3. 4: Library .Assistant. I: Junior Anthology, 3; Senior
Cla4-s Party, 4: "Nlacbeth"; Senior Dance Committee.
JACK NEIL BREVA.RD-"Mickey"
Those silent waters run deep ... B.II.S. appreciates guys like you.
Victory Corps, 1, 2. 3; 5. A. Club Committee, 3.


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BUCKMLOO BURGOON C STRO CATLETI CLA\ON
COOPER CRICELT D 1-;.N DE 'ICA2. DE[EY


SALLY BRISCOE-"Ski-jump"
A studious blonde bombshell but she always has time to
laugh . personality that's nicely balanced.
Zonian; Camera Club; Glee Club; Office Asst.; Jr. Class
Secy.; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee; S.A. Club Committee.
PAMELA BTESH-"Pam"
Lady of the press . exotic Miss from Jamaica . .
dainty . dark . and darling.
Parrakeet. 3; Zonian, 4; "On a Note of Triumph," 4.
Hampton Girl's School.
JArM ES HASCHER COAKLEv--"Von Hascher"
LuugAei OJ mkes h others L i gh 'with him . .
Iah'rS M liw IJ0r1,Sncerned.
\'ic. Cpis; .ooiall, a-ketball; Swimming; Bowling;
Sofi.f t D _ ing; Acting; "Seven Keys to
Baldpale"; "Celtirg a Ite"; "On ~trie ..f Triumph";
Stud Halll Procram: S A. ChjC irComrm l lc4~r, Dance
Commitlee: Seni. Cla- Par 'y Cnfmillee.
ALDA COHN G.
Attractive senorita . B.H.S. can really pick 'em.
Vol.levball: Basketball; Swimming; Horseback; Spanish
Club, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Music; Riding Club; Glee Club.
S BEVERLY BUCjCALOO-"Beaver"
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ro "'Se tou B p, "G a Dale.'"N
Day aogjnr. wa ii iiludy I Program,
titled"; R io P'grap; Di fcling': Sa in: g-W ciing.
Coun-elor's Office:- Cap and Gow, r ',mm.; S.A. iWche tra.
RICHAi cUllW-"Pabbi ,''
A4 1in' 1~Jtdith fe Cont' galore ... i .saf' him for
%L i ps y jdlabs."' good 1 mor, /i!!d'r
Bag lall; .aFolbe'r- aselll; radk; Softball; victoryy
NYLP Cp l .lub.
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DOROTHY CASTRO
A feminine flash when it comes to athletics . strictly
an "all-around" sport.
Volleyball; Basketball; Softball; Archery.


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GENE CATLETT
A fellow with a winning smile and a uillneg heart.
Sevier County High School, 1, 2, 3; Basketball, 1, 2. 3;
CheerleadiE 2, 3; Library Helper; Office Helper; Usher
'r t Commencement; Staging, 3.
f PAB CLAXON
,* 't"n e/tie a ftbd hero" (someday) . an all-
-.qr'-. ain$'g ,. Itrin personality and athletics.
B~ Bk al 1,:. 3. 4,.-AII ar." 3, 4; Baseball, 1. 2, 3, 4,
11 ARi@'V Fpjball. 1. 2, 3, 4, "All Star," 3, 4;
S h k.,l nbfbl. 1, 2; \'Vcor) Corps, 1, 2, 3.
r YERLE COOPER-"Vic"
I ic" .. slck with a camera . he rates tops.
SJ ARTHIT RM CRHUCET-",'rt"
The 4all. e. Ahm ,m tpe . has led the
4J j 'I Ah his flashy
d 3 d gr rsonalurl.
ti; Ba k'ltall. 4; Track, 4; Castle
adem.y, 3; Vircorv Corps, 1, 2.
) '2 CHAEL J. DAWSON- like"
Our Irish lad . and what character . the fellas
say "l-A" . the girls just drool.
Vice-President, 2; "Arsenic and Old Lace," 3; "B" Club, 3;
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, "All Star"; Baskeiball. 1, 2, 3, 4,
"All Star"; Football 1. 2. 3, 4, "All Star"; Softball, 1 2,
3, 4, "All Star": Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
HERNAM DE YCAZA-"Web"
Those handsome Latin looks . talented and thoughtful.
Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 4:
Biology Club, 3, 4.
DONALD DEWE -"Don"
Known by his flashy bow ties and flashing flash bulbs.
East Rockford High School, 1, 2, 3; East Highlights. 2, 3;
Argus, 2, 3; Zonian, 4; Parrakeet, 4; Stamp Club. 1;
Camera Club, 2, 3; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C., 1, 2, 3.


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BEtlY DISNEY
Oh those t ieside gals . a likable lass.

JOHN D. DREW-"Red"
Roams in a twosome . rendl air with red hair
matching his personality .
Riding Club, 3; "B" Club, 4; Bowling Club. 3, President and
Secretary; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, "All Star," 2. 3; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4,
"All Star," 3: Basketball. 1, 2. 3, 4: Track, 2. 3, 4: Softball,
1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming. 3, 4: Victory Corps, I, 2, 3; "Shakespeare,"
3; Glee Club, 1. 2, 3; Dance Commitlee, 4: Usher. 4.

VIcrOR DUINAWAY
One of our college boys .. uzard with the books . .
Grade-A sense of humor . lair for journalism.

ROBERT J. EGLINTON-"Bob"
Tall with a blond easy-going naturalness . but definitely
the type to succeed.
Hupe High School; S.A. Representative, 2; Letter Men's Club, 3;
Baseball, 2. 4; Football, 3: Track. 3. 4: Basketball, 4; Victory
Corps, 1, 2: Srnisor Dance Committee.
JEAN 4lNNE EAKE
.4 pleasantp, J/o have around. . ontinuilly smiling. d
i ou .an tell ti' from the heart.
Andrew Jakton High School,' 2. 3: Student Council, I. 2:
Jackson Globe. a. 3: Stqdent Directory. 3: G.A..A 3: Pan-
rnmer!"can Cluit 3: Futut Teachers, 3; Cotillion. 2:'Volleyball,
. 2 4; Basketball, 1. 2. 4: Teamn. 1, 3; Ba-rball, 1, 2, 4: Victory
Cirps Chairman. 3: Physical Education Assistant. 1;
National Honor Society.
GLORa1 DON uDSON-"Georgia"
Another newcomer to B.H.S.'s halls . and as friendly as all
of them . her red-gold hair is known by all.
North Fulton High School. I. 2. 3: Girl Reserves. 1, 2. 3; Spanish
Club, 3; Basketball, 3; \ictory Corps, 1; Chorus, 2. 3, 4; Pep
Squad, 4; Library Assistant. 1: Office Ai,-tant, 2; Cafeteria
Aide, 1; Commencement Exercises, 3.
JEANNINE R. DUMOND---"eanie"
(harm ... and lots of it . happy-go-lucky Jeannine is
cqerftbdv'st gal . aluttsa) g ,and carefree,
bu4 this gal's got umbitio'n.
Hu&doni Hgh ,School, 1,2: "Thank.You. Doctor.' 2; Zfeign,4: .
Junior Arnthlogy, 3; Tac&hopera,. 2: C.A.C. l. 2: Declamaion,
1, 2; Band. 1. 2.3. 4; Orchestra. 4: Glee-Club, '. 2. :--
Chemiygr Lybirrtory Assistani, 4.
JUAN DURAM-"lohnny"
1laihenlantticl flash . does well on other subjects too ..
well liked by all.
Zonion. 4: Fo,)tball. I. 2. 3. 4: Baeball. 1, 2, 3. 4: Track, 3, 4:
Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4: Softball, 1, 2: Swimming. 4; Victory Corps.
1, 2, 3; GlIe Club, 3. 4; Spanish Club. 2. 3; Camera Club, 4:
Biology Club, 3. 4. Senior Dance Committee, 4;
Junior Dance Committee, 3.
ALBERT W. EISENHAUER--"Ie"
One oj those Iiablo devils . he can nake iou laugh at nothing
.. jun to have around.
Football. 2. 4: Basketball. 2. 3, 4: Baneball. 4: Softball, 4; Victory
Corp,. 1. 2. 3: Staging. 3: Band. 1. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra, 3, 4:
Camera Club, I, 2.
VICTORIA S. ENTEBI--"Vicky'
A4riable and llrch .. gas I'irck takes top honors
in our school memories.
Pep Squad, 4: Victory Corps, 1. 2. 3; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4;
Archers. 1, ?. 4: Baseball. 1, 4; Basketball, 1. 4;
Spani-h Club, 4: Office Assistant. 4.


DIsNE Y
DREa
DULrAWAY
EGLINTON
ENKE


DONALDSON
DLUMOND
DURAN
EISENHAUER
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FABRECG B. FELIZ C. FELIZ
FLORES FOLEY FORTNER

CARMEN MARIA FABREGA
4 pleasant perronalitn . and charm personified.
Immaculate Hart High School; Library Assistant, I.H.H.S.;
Fashion Show, I.H.H.S.
BARBARA FELIZ-"Bobbie"
"Get-up-and-go-Babs" . gotta giggle and a
happy-go-lucky air.
Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1, 2.
CAMILLE FELIZ
An amiable lady with lustrous black hair
... sincere and smooth.
Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3.
JEAN FELIZ-"Jeannie"
.4 lun-li'ving gal bursting with vitality . we've found
that cute gals come in small packages.
\iciory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1; Office Assistant, 4.
WALTER M. FISKE
Drool! Drool! . Looks! . He's got "it" ...
uwth a California smile.
Cheerleader. 1, 3; Fu.orball. 1, 4; Track. 1; Basketball, 1, 3;
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. A Cappelld Ch.ir. 3; Fire Department,
1; Student Governmeni, I; SpariiL C'lub, 3, 4, President, 3.
GLORIA MARIA FLORES
Gets around and along with everybody . swell pal and
when she gires out with those rhumba steps eler bod, looks.
Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball,
1. 2. 3, 4; Archery, 1, 2; Softball, 1. 3, 4; Spanish Club,
2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Glee Club. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Pep Squad, 1, 2, 3.

ELEANOR M. FOLEY--"Elie"
Peppy little piece of perfection . charm expresses what
a smooth lass "Ellie" is.
\ullevball. 1, 2; Swimming, 4; Vilnnr Corps, 1, 2, 3;
Freshman Guidance Play, "Law Digger-"; Zonian, 4; Glee
Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad. 1, 2: Library Assistant, 2;
Junior Srnior Banquet Committee; Senior Dance Commitlee;
Sophomore Dance Committee; Fashion Show. 3, 4; Junior
Cla-s Party Committee; Cap and Gown Committee.



B. H. S. Z O N I


J. FELIZ FISKE
FREEMAN GALLO

LAURENCE T. FORTNER--"Larry"
Larry . the character! . .inexhaustible wit . .
never a peaceful minute with "Loco Larry" around.
Bowling, 2; Football, 2; Victory Corps, 1, 2, 4; Glee Club,
3, 4; Pep Squad, 3; A.cting. "Ar-enic and Old Lace," 3;
"Seven Keys to Baldpalt." 4. "*'nall Town Girl," 1; "Getting
a Date," 3; Directing, 3, 4; Staging. 1, 3, 4; Fashion Show,
3; "On a Note of Triumph." 4: Na'. Day Program, 3; Pan-
American Program, 4; Camera Club, 1; Junior Dance
Cmmitrle: Senior Class Party Committee; Junior Class
Part%. Master of Ceremonies: S.A. Club
Entertainment Committee, 3, 4.

DOROTHY JEANNE FREEMAN
A "blonde bombshell" from Idaho . who's the
apple of our eye.
Canncil High School, 1; St. Teresa's Academy, 2; Boise
High School. 3; Freshman S.-crrtar. 1: "Canteen Show,"
1; '"Behind the Binding-." 2: *"lumher Jack," 1; "Hi-
Lights," 3; G.A.A., 2; Ba.ketlball. I. 2: Tenni-. 3; Swimming,
1; Minute Maids, cu-iaplain, 3; Glee Club, 1; Scarlet
Skirts, 3; Office Assistant, 3.

BARBARA GALLO
One of our new gals and everybody's pal . her easy-going
nature and bubbling personality will win her many friends.










ELSIE MCrPAT%-A
smooth laie with per-
onalihy plus. Our El.
side's friendly, lovable,
and-well, what more
could you want?























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GALLOWAY GIAVELI Friendl) mnile coupled with brains gulore.
UNEHM GRAMLICH Football, 3, 4: Ba-ketball. 3; Victior CorpA, 1, 2, 3;
Library A.4sinianl, 4.

STELLA I. GILBERT--"Gabby"
Classic lines topped off uith baalrtiul black hair . .
lotes to pal uith evetrbody.
Victory Corps, 1, 2. 3; Glee Club, 3. 4.
;'-
-. k i JOHN GNEHM-"Jack"
^ ^We call him 'super" . he and his blue coupe
Share strittl) on the uptake.

SCHARLES GIAtVELU -"Charlie"
A likable chap who's friendlI to all.

CAROLYN E. GLENCr-"Carol"
"College Kid" ... mrschievous eC es go with a captivating grin
S always trim and neat.
Camera Club, 3; lictPin Corps, 1. 2. 3: Stlud, Hall Program, 3:
Pep Squad, 1, 2, 3; Producing, 3: Ls'her, 3.

MARK A. GRAMLICH
Dashing man-around school .. sincere . he's a groovey gui
that'ss tops with ever. one . he's set a good example showing
b ~how to gnte a class a wer theall never for ger.
Freshman Guidance Play, 1: Sophomore President; Junior Vicr-
7 President; Senior President: Camera Club, 4; Art Club, 2; Yonth
Club, 3, 4; Bowling. 1, 2: Football, 1. 2, 3. 4. "All Star." 1. 2, 4-
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, "All Star." 1, 2; Track. 1, 2, 4: Basketball, 1, 2,
3, 4, "All Star," 1, 2: Softball, 1, 2, 4. "All Star." 1, 2; Victlry
Corps, 1, 2, 3; Junior-Senior Banquet Committee, 3; Marshall at
Commencement Exercises, 3; Sophomore Dance Committee; Sopho
more Class Party; Junior Dance Committee: Junior Class Parts;
SSenior Dance Committee; Senior Class Party: Junior Ring
Committee; S.A. Club Committee. 3.


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GLUY HAAS
HaiUGHTON HENLEY


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HALVORSEN
L. HENRIQUEZ


HARDER
S. HENRIQUEZ


MERCEDES VIRGINIA GRIFo-"Mers"
She's strictly O.K. . with a style strictly
Grifo's on the gym floor.
G.A.A 2, 3, 4, Secretary; Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4, "All Star,"
1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, "All Star," 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball, 1, 2, 3, "All Star," 1, 2, 3; Archery, 1, 2, 3;
Victory Corps, 1; Fashion Show, 2, 4.
JORGE R. GUTIERREZ V.
Accent on sports .. likable lad.
Football, 3, 4; Track, 3; Field, 3.
PATRICIA ANN HATCHETT-"Pat"
The jive jane of B.H.S. . cuts a mean rug and still
looks as if she had stepped out of a band box.
Freshman Vocational Guidance Play, "Make Up and Live";
Softball, 1, 2. 3; Volleyball, 3: Basketball. 3; Victory
Corps, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2; Pep Squad, 1, 2, 3.
VEb.HATCHETT ",
.4 smor;e Ilssie'plus .a'classy'hassis . rocking rhythm.
I"~hrisamas Tableaux. QH.S., 2: lumrn Anthology,,-W'ictory
Cdrps. I, 2. 3; Bakpkeball. 1. 2, 3. 4: V\'lleball, 1, 2;
Sollball. 2. 3,.4; Pep Sqtuad. t 2; li-her Corps. C.H.S., 2;
Fashion Show, 2, 3, 4.
i' TERESA GERTRUDE GUI-"Terry"
.4 darling little dish with dark brown hair and eyes . .
she's lust luscious . ask the fellas and he'll howl.
Producing. 4; Softball, 4; Victory Corps, 1; Glee Club, 2, 3;
Pep Squad. 1; Library Assistant, 3; Office Assistant 4.
MILDRED H. HAAS-"Millie"
Has brought bright sunshine to B.H.S.'s halls and hearts
. Millie is superb in everything she attempts.
Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Staging, 3, 4; Producing. 3, 4;
Directing. 4: Parrakeet, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2. 3: Pep Squad,
I: Chemi-try Lab Assistant, 4; "Getting a Date," 3; "The
Highwayman": Usher at Commencement Exerrci-s. 3: Junior
Anthology. 3: S.A. Club Committee; Riding Club, 3;
Senior Class Party Committee, 4; Office Assistant, 4.
CAROLINE HALVORSEN-"Blonde"
"Cutie" . a quiet, demure lassie who's a
credit to the Senior Class.
Volleyball, 3; Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3.


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DELLAS H. HARDER-"Del"
Ride 'em kid . a regular Jungle Joe and a swell guy
Liberty Union High School; Longley Junior High School;
Boat Building Club; Football; Basketball; Track.
PHYLLIS ELIZABETH HARSTAD-"Phizzle"
Friendly little lass who loves B.HS. . .
a loyal friend to us all.
Zonian; Basketball; Volleyball; Softball; Vic. Corps; Pep
Squad: Lib. Asst.; Bowling; Jr. Anth.; S.A. Club Comm.
ALFONSO A. HAUGHTON-"Palits"
Tall, easy going fella who rates tops with us all.
Zonian, 4; Camera Club, 2, 4; Spanish Club, 4; Baseball,
1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball,
1, 2, 3, 4; Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2; Pep Squad 4.
ORLANDO HENLEY
Tall, Latin, good-looking with personality and politeness
.. there isn't much Orlando hasn't been gifted with.
Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball, 3; Track, 1.
LYDIA ISABEL HENRIQUEZ-"Gypee"
One of our "quiz kids" . She always has time
to flash her snazzy smile.
Spanish Club, 1; Vuillevball. 1; Basketball, 2, "All Star," 2;
Softball, 2; Archery, 1; Pep Squad, 2.
SAMUEL HENRIQUEZ-"Sammy"
Latin looks are accented ... has quiet ways . likable lad.
Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3.
J. WENDEL HENTSCHEL-"Wendy"
A quiet, friendly fella... whose tall build fills B.H.S. halls
S. sports ability plus.
Football, 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1. 2. 3: Sofiball, 4; Swimming.
1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; \ icrun
Corps, 1, 2, 3; Boat Club, 4; Dance Committee, 3;
S.A. Club Committee, 3.


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HARSTAD
HENTSCHEL






A Irs se 6 a.olrumora L 'iejH . loves Itm up trans

: :c 4; ictor Corps,
1. i ; ee, senior Christmas Party
Co a Nute of Triumph,"
T "Getting a Date,"
ese eys to Idpate."

CHARLES HILDRETH-"Buddy"
"Red has had a place in B.H.S. and in our hearts since we run
remember . and we want to keep remembering.
Football. I. 2: Baskelball, 1; Swimming, 2; Victoiy Corps. 1. 2, 3;
Band, 1. 2, 3; S.A. Club Cnmmittee, 3, 4.

HELEN R. HoBBS-"Chickie"
A shapely chick who's strictly/ slick . rhythm to spare aad
energy to rhrow au'a. . "Chickie" is liked by all.
Freshman Guidance Play, "Law Diggers." I; Parrakeet. 3; Zonian.
4; Si)b Deb Club, I; V.lleyball. 1, 2, 3. 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3. 4;
Softball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming, I, 2: Archer). I; Victory Corp-.
1. 2. 3- Glee Club, I, 2, 3; Cheerleading, 1; Library Assistant. 1;
Freshman Dance Committee; Junior Christma. Dance Committee.
Senior Clb..- Paris Committee; Senior Danie Committee; Usher,
3. 1; Theudore Roosevelt Program, 3; Producing, 4; Staging, 4;
Junior Anthology, 3; Fashion Show 3.

.t.HN J. HUNT- 'trF'tkf). af
EL ,rsbdv' sub.lr ... a'tnd .a,,eZ ak . '~i personality
ialn 'au' AhranneSl'are appieric~d.-lb all.
Baseball 1, 2 3. 4 .uhaI', 1.2, 3. 4;.Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4:
S,..ill ll, I, 2'3. \'ictin Corps. 1, 2. 3: ParraAret, 1; Zonian. 4;
JiininrSenlr. antjoel Commtllee, 3; Dance Commillee. 3, 4.

JULIO J. J I ENEZ--"Julie"
EvsrtoIi nman Ftrda .. he can really) make an audience sit
up and take notice when he makes that trombone aul "Uncle."
Track, 3: Football. 1: \;ctory Corp-. 1, 2, 3: Staging. 1; Band.
1, 2. 3. :1 Orchestra. 2, 3, 4: Little Theatre Orchestra, 3, 1;
S.A. Orchestra, 3, 4: Radio Clasies, 1.

THOMAS HERRING--"Tommi"
Added to the gal's list of "looks" . ntal with a nice personality
... Tomms's somebody to know.

MILTON DUNSFORD HILL
Tall. blond .. hubba hu.ba b CW lZjgC AM rhe girls.
~rtSei,*AbIt^il:mI kI.t~Thid. 2. 3
.L'tW T Hfrd, High 5Srhbr/ huetts, 1.

SAURAH MARCARET HOWELL--"large"
Sweet u'-th a dash of imp . Short" has a rnwa ou her or'n
. likable loss.
ViLtiOr Corp'-, I. 2, 3; Music Appreciation Club, 4: Archery, 2:
Ortheitra, 1. 2, 3. 4: Glee Club. 2: Pep Squad. 1, 2, 3; Office
As-islanr, 4; Dance Cu.mmittee, 3; Producing. 4: Fashion Show, 4.

SHIRLEY ANNE HusuM
41,i intelligence. lun. and garet). and ue have Shirl.
Lorreilo %cadem!. I. 2: French Plays, 2; Junior Anthology, 3.

ETHEL JEANNE JOHNSON-'"Johnnie"
One of those rare gracious ladies who has intelligence and looks
. petite and pretty, she has things we all enT.
De-.ianed Dance Programs. 2, 3; An Club, 1; Art Commit'e,-.
1. 2. 3: Softball. 1; Victory Corps, 1, 2. 3.

HERMAN HERRING
HILDRETH HILL
HOBBS HOWELL
HUNT HUSLIM
JIMENEZ JOHNSON


SEN IORS OF '46

































JORGENSEN KILCORSE KOPERSKI
LIBBt LOPP MAGEE

KENNETH M.K\ o JORGENSEN,
.4 crazs goo.. with enough. derilshness to suppbJ R:l S.
jIuier .i w. elldiked and easy to get along with.
Camera Club. 3, \ trlrs "Curpa 2, 1: Ptp Squald. 1, 2.
NMJ.LR MIARGAREF KILCORE-E-",1agogie
A tidy mass of good-humor . .fancy-free and friendly . .
she's !hked b) all .. a voice to remember.
Annunciation High School, 1, 2, 3; Monologues, 2, 3;
Parrakeet, 4; Music Club, 4; Tennis, 4; Glee Club, 3.
NANCY JANE KOPERSKI-"Saucy Jane"
A quiet, reserved red-head, with a knack for always looking
crisp, cool and charming.
inlleyhall, 1, 2; Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball, 2; Zonian, 4;
\ ic ory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant, 3; Dance Committee.
1; S.A. Club Committee, 3; Athletic Award, 2.

PAUL W. KRAMER, JR. "Pou er-house Kramer"
.4 nautical-minded buddy to us all ... thinks in terms
of sails and rigging.
Boat Club, 4: Foolball. 1,2; \ ictor) Corps, 1, 2, 3;
5.A. Club Committee, 3.

NORMA LAKUS
One of our Stateside gals . who rates with all of us.
Mlamaroneck High School, 1, 2, 3; "Record," 2, 3; Producing,
2, 3; Volleyball. 3; Baskttball, 2. 3; Field Hockey, 2, 3;
Swimming, 3; Public Speaking. 3; Glee Club, 2;
Riding Club, 2.3.

PATRICIA LIBBY-"Teedy"
.4 sweet little blue-eyed gal who will always be flying high
. knows how to get things done.
Judge Memorial High, 1; Holy Names High, 2, 3; Freshman
Secretary. 1: Pan.American Day Play, 2; Song Festivals,
2. 3: Basketball. I. 2, "All Star," 1, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3,
B.H.S.. 4; Studenr Body Pianist, 1, 2, 3; Orchestra, B.H.S.,
4; S.A. Club Orche-ira, B.H.S., 4; Student Body Treasurer,
3; Junior-Senior Banquet Entertainment Committee, 3.


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KRAMER
MASTERS


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LAKUS
MAYO


RICHARD LOPP
One of our geniuses ... friendly personality to go with ability.
MAR MARArticer MT;t:E-"Preggp"
A bundle of fun and a barrel of joy. P, gg," is a likable,
iul gh-l.,, ina gan
Zonian, 4; Softball, 1. 2. 1. \ i-ll'bll. I 2, 3; Tennis, 1;
Archery, 1, 2; Bake Iball. 2: \i .rn L.-rps, 1, 2, 3; Glee
Club,,l, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1, 2; l.Lrar, Assistant, 3, 4;
Junior High Office Assistant, 4; Fashion ,hm. 3, 4.
KARL MASTERS-"K"
B.H.S.'s example of a fella who thinks chivalry is not dead
and still practices it.
Football 1, 3, "All Star," 1; Baseball, 1, 4, "All Star," 1;
Basketball, 1, 4, "All Star," 1; Track, 3; Victory C,,rp-. 1. 2.
3; Junior S.A. Representative; Vice-President of :he tu.l-nl
Association, 4; "On a Note of Triumph," 4.
PATRICIA I lYO--"Pal"
"Pat," a tiny bundle of energy personified! ... an adorable
hep chick who can really jive.
Cristobal High School, 1; Parrakeet, 3; "Varsity," 1;
Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, "All ~alr." 1, 2. 3; Softball, 1. 2, 3:
Archery, 1; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, "\11 Star," 1; \ Ittorl
Corps, 1, 2, 3: Cl-e Club. 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad. 1; "Quill
and Scroll"; Fa-hliin th,:.w, 2; Sophomore Dance Committee.









FRiD SUNDSTROM-
Quick wi* .nJ .u lw-bn c
U te know a,
-,-.,, With Fred in
the picture back-
ground doesn't count.


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MARY KiLCORSE--The gal from Buffalo has won all our hearts with I. cPHAT
her dancing eyes and lilting voice . your "Parrakeet" book critic. lMUIRRAYE NALE

EDGAR ROBERT NMCARTHtR--"Bobo"
McARTHUR McCLOSKEY Another ol those all-around c.4rthurs . .
McFADDEN McGAHEY goud-looaing witth a quiet personahtl).
McGOVERN McKEE Ba-ketball. 1, 2. 3 ".11 Star." 3. 4; Football, 1, 2, 3. 1, "\Il
Star," 3. 4; Softball. 1. 2. 3. 4, "All Star." 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4.
"All Star," 3; Track, 4; : victory Curps. 1, 2, 3: Glee Club, 2;
Athletic Award, 1. 2. 3.

HELEN T. McFADDEN-"Bob)"
A tiny flash on our gym floor . has brought home victories
C B to B.H.S. more than once . the word is en-er-get-ic.
SVolleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4. "All Star." 1, 2: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, "All
SStar," 1, 2; Softball, I. 2. 3. 4, ".Al4 Star," I. 2; Archery, 1, 2:
Camera Club, 3, 4: Slamp Club, 4; victory Corps, 1, 2. 3; Pep
Squad, 2, 3; Llibrar) A-istant. 2; Offece Asfiitant, 3.

\ \ WRODNEY NI. MlCGOVERN-"Rod"
SQuite a pgu is Rod, : Popular with gals and g.s alike
S... Ilhy? AnXe his .inrnrn persanqfft,
Irvingldn igSh School. 1. 2; Senior Clas \'icd-President; Sopho-
S more C(Ia Presidenil; Pirf iret. 4; Zonian, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4;
Soft ball 12, S. 1, "All ~lt,"'. 4; BasketbalL Jk 2, 3, -b Football,
1, 2. 3, 4, "All Stlar," 4; Skiing, 1, 2. lce Hockey, I,-: "etlris:
Swimming:'"" rsitv" Ctli. 3: Glke Club, 2, 3; ChqiLman of
Seni .r Piclure Commitlee; Senior Dance Comrnmitre-:-Va'lentine
Dance Committee; Ser.j.r Cla-- Party Cqmmilteg; Victory Corps,
1, 2; "B" Club, 4: Presidenl of ferodulics Club;
Hi-Y CIlub I; liUshering, 4. '

ROBERTA ANNE NICCLOSKEi--"Bobbianne"
Bubbling uith gaiety and how we love her .. laughable and
lot-able with personality. plus.
Glee Club, 2, 3; \'ct.lr) Corps. 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1, 2, 3; Library
S" I .Assistant, 3; Usher, 4; "Gettlling a Date." 4: Office A.sstant, 4.

SEmALv E. NICGAHEY-"Em"
Take blue-black hair, clear green eyes. and a radiating smile
W... hat do you havne? EIIlLY!
Victory Corps, 1. 2. 3: Staging, I; LUsher, 4.

ROSE McKEE
Suave and smooth rcpresses Rose ... tops among B.H.S.'s favorites.


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MEYER 1MOE
NEUMANN ,'Et LIN


BETTY JANE H. NicKEON--",lCa"
"''ac" hus a wau of Iaughing at l ie ... energy p6l.
\ olleyball: Baskelball: Si..ftball: \ic Ciirp,; GleC Cliu .,
Pep Squad: Mu-ic Club: agingn.
ELSIE NICPHATr
.4 gum-cracking bundle ofl inomite . a personalir
that's strictly Elsie's.
Guidance Play. "La' Di.,Per%.": Zon;an: \'lalevball: 'ilt
ball; \'ic. Corp. Glee Club: Pep 5'quad: I ihran \--1.
Ba-ketball: Fa-hion 'Show: Dance C(mml'eer

WILLIAM RIURRI--"Bill"
4 triendis gaR that safes a special "HI" for us ill
Football. I. 2; Victory Corp-. 3; Glee Club. I: Pep
Squad. 4: 5.A Club Chairman. 1: Smni.i Dance C(nimillt-e

BONNIE JEANNE NEAI.E--"Bunnr i
.4 tan, peaches and cream dream doll . dri 1t . .
there's onlh one Bonnie. and she's ours.
Volleyball: Swimming: Staging: Prrduiicinp: Znian: \ i
Corp.: Glee Club. Pep Squad; Cap and Gown (C-mmuine-.

'IRGINIA ANN NEYER---"ennY"
Spic and span, she's the gal what am' .. a rug lter
S...and a s hq/j i. .. .
Pep Squad: Orche-ira; V\1 Cnrp-: [Lb. AstI.; C-r.ln;4il'-
Officu. \ollehlaU. ."All 5'ar":. BArtktball, "All Star":
'Archer': ,.ll>all.' "All.41 lar* ," SwimrninlA ar.ntan:
Parrakeet: Frr'.h \1ce-PreP : S /h. S.. A. Rep.: Little
Thra. --i BRIu-. B1gr. Bi.. l pr.NJr. ,ji,.Com.) mi "ni
Cla-" Paris Comm.: Producing: StJagingf : 1 l g; 4l.'lher.

JOYCE i. MnOEN-"/oe"
Takes honors on our gm floor .. a power.rharged
picture director.
Produrine. Ir. Anth.: Cam. Cluih Music Club: Vnllerball:
Bakelhall: Tennis: Softball; Gle Club: Pep Squad: Offire,
Asistanl: Senir Card- and \nnuiintement-.

ROBERT MOOLCHAN-"BunnYv"
Well-liked by all and won't soon he forgotten.
Baseball: Fiball. Bs.ktball: Softball: Clee Cluh: Vic Corp-.


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WILLIAM ALLEN MULLER-"Bill"
What I., /non n as "g,.'i Ire" . easa-going.
F...ltbhall: Ra-ket hll. llhball. All N ar": Ba,-e all: Boi l.;
\n. I.-rp-:; Glee Cluh: S. A. (l iib Commn.: Jr. Antholog).
1ARj[fRET N1. IUtMMNIAT --"Peeg"
.'no:: litr rbug . tCJeen kid wu'hv's nifrv and neat.
Pep Squad. \ir Curpq: Zoniann; G.A.A.: Cam. Club. Secy.;
Riding: Club. Pre-.: 4 A. Rep.. Si."Cla-- Ses.: Vollevball.
'All Star"; Archnr; Balketball. "All Stia": 5-,flball. "All
"tar": Fsid. Shw; fr: Sr. Banq. Comm.: S. Club Comm.:
Dance Cinmm.: Sr. Piclare Comm.: Cap and Gown Comm.
ROSEMARY JOYCE NEUMNIANN-"Rosie"
.4 dvimre danirn l . n he' s a nsi ring little 1liss.
(,1,, Ilitb. \ I-. Cnrr.-. Pep Sqia.ld: A k : Rlol. Cl.h;
Cam. (Clib: Ba-ketlhall. "\ll Star": rnitballI. "\11 'tar";
ValU' iall "'All tar": G A.A.. Dance Committee.
M.l,\HI.NA NEI LIN
Sharp. 'nappi and smooth. in stile and uhen daring.
\'ball. B-ktlall. a ,.ftlall. "- ll Star": Vi. Corp-. Prod.;
(Gle Club: '-,ph. antd Sr Djnc'e Comm.: Fa-hi-.n Shnw.
ROSEMI4RIE NI\CKsHER-"Rosie"
.4 dinamno of rltalits .. leeps I iin stitches . neat
figure --rrenr on legs . ue're prouId to call Rosie ours.
(.undan..- Play: Parra0k r: G. \.-.. Pre'-.. '\ "hAll. "All Star";
Ba-kerball. ll' Star": S.i-tlb ll. "-A l itar": Trnni,: \rch.;
\ir. (.nrp-. Glep Ch li: Pep %qauad : cheerleaderr : Prod.;
S. \. Club Comm : Junior Ring Cmnim.: Seni.r Cards and
.\nnuncmenirnl- Comm.. B.rwlin Tram: .Ahletic Award.
FANNIE LnL'IsE NORRELL-"Frankie"
Take a darling figure . rure clothes . saucy girl
. . and siou'ie got cur "Frankie" . .She's strictly "TINT."
"Calling All Ghn-rs"; ".A Daie for a Dance": "Triple
Triiiile": ;tlaping: Prnducing: "Dre-- Rehear-al": Direr lr.
"'- e- M'len- N..": ChPl -r.leaading; nibftall: Baskeiball.
CARO.YN CUROLE NORRIS-"Irish"
Walks in a iwake o i lone Ion whistles . a dream doll.
V'ball: ArCh.: VI,. Carp-: Glee Clulb: Chnrim; PFp Squad;
Jr. Hi Off.: Snph D)an, Cim.; Jr. Ring- Cirm : Fa.sh. Show.


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S: .. S CH.RLES NYE NORRIS-"'azoo"


Hias rhtl.m that's rare and he puts it to good use . a solid
jive bomber that ue couldn't spare.
'ann City Hiph 'ich.,il. 3: Freshman Guidance Play. 1; "B"
Cll;: Fo.r-lhll. 1. 2. 3. 4. "All Star." 2. 3. 4: Baseball. 1. 2. 3, 4.
".1l ,tar," 4: Ba-ketball, 1, 2. 3. J. "\l Star." 3, 4: Softball,
1. 2: Trac k. I. 2. 3, 4: SHimming, 1. 2, 4; Bowling. 1. 2: Tennis.
]: C.Il[. 4. \ icrnrv Cr.rp-. 1. 2, 3: Nav Da\ Prngram, 4: Pan
Amerrcan Pro.grm, 4; Rand. 1, 2: Glee Club. 3: Ulhering. 4.

DAVID C. OLIV--"Sparka"
Friendly and smiling . he's a gu going up.
Taft Hieh Schuoil: ~aller Hiph School: Science Club Secretary.
T H.,.. Gl-r ('Clb, V H.S., I. T.H.S.. 2. B.H.S., 3.

SARAH EVA PARKER-"SaIIy"
H.r Iniel\ hair ;s admired b all . niits and neat . .
the kid is trrirlh oial reer'
Baskeflall, 1. 2. 3. 4: Softball. I. 2: Vulleyball. 3, Glee Club,
2, 3. Pep sjiiiad. 2: Fa-hion show. 1: Victor, Corps. 1, 2. 3.

HJico S. PERINO
Cood-loo4i that ,aun't be matched .... .ice personality
and a was all of his own.
Badhall. 2. 3. "Ail Star." 2. 3: Track. 2: SSftball. 2, 3:
Clear ltub, I. 2. 3. 4.

MARIO PRECIlDO. JR.--"iMariojl"
'Rrc:in lrl," . .quiet humor and pleasant personalir .
he h.tlpd m,.fe B.H.S. a place to remember.
\ ir urf curp. 1. 2. 3: Ba- ball, 1. 2. 1. 4. Football. 1. B-'ketb'll.
3, 4. ''ftball. 1 Trjak. 4: Spani-h Club. 2. 3: Biology Club. 3. 4.

EPt1s AIPtE 0'BRiiefW- ",Vaw"
.4 trim little irnAo 4lr Jr r om t to talent .. u'e owe Lois
', Nr rh' M f fndm: pr.ciate kh kildling uwa.
.A fle.li ll'. 1. 3"- l-k et~ll. J 2. Sf ball. 1. 2: Victory Corps.
": Chorq,'lh, 1. 2, 3.Vontan. 4: taking. 2 .3: Producing. 3:
Fa-hios* Shhw. ~. 4.
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ARAM RENE OSIcIAN-"Dopey"
Another r, the silent. mouth ioe . Latin and likable . .
he's tops. with us all.
l.r- Cnili, 2, I. F robhall. 2: Baphball. 2. 4: Track, 2. 4:
Basketball. 2. 4: Pep squad. 1.

PTRICIA ELLEN PEARSON-"PaIs"
4 bundle Io beauty . enchantress.
S-I.n High Schoo.l. I. 2. 3: Student Council. 1. 3: "Mlarie Curie."
3: "On a Not.l of Triumph." 4: Selon High Nes, I. ?, 3: Parrakeet,
4; Zonian. 4; 4rt Club. 2: Journali.m. 3: Glee Club. 4.

NELLY PIKE
IT hate nr rnun in I ol spelling friendliness. .... \' E L L Y
. rare gilt ol gab.

RUTH PRICE
4 pleui-oa' goodhumored chick . easy going and well-liked.
Victor Cnrpc. 1. 2, 3: Clee IClub. 2. 3; Pep Squad. I. 2; Counselor's
Office. 3: Fre-hman Guidance Play, 1: Dance Committee. 1.

NORRnI O'BRIEN
11.l\ OSIGCI.N
PARKER PEARSON
PERIlO PIkE
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RAMEY RAPPARPORT
RODRIGUEZ ROSSETTI


SARAH E. PRICE--"Sally"
B.H.S.'s dancing daughter . good natured
S. just an O.K. kid.
\'llyball; Basketball; ,flbftjb. "All Star"; Bowling; Vie.
Corps; Pep Squad. Riding Club, Vice-Pres.

OTIS RAMEY-"Ody"
"The man worth while is the man who can always smile"
We believe this was written for "Odt."
F.,tball: Softball; Basketball; Baseball; Track; Bowling;
\Virlr) Corps; Band; Pep Squad.

MARILYN FREDA RAPPARPORT
4n intellectual Miss and a credit to B.H.S. and C.Z.J.C.
a sincere worker who has a gay attitude toward life.
Vic. Corps; Biol. Club; Glee Club; Pep Squad.

DONNIE RATHGEBIER-"Rath"
His appeal, corny cracks, romantic and wacky personality
place him at the top of the list.
Ca-lle Heights Military Academy; Football, "All Star";
-".ftball. "All Star"; Baseball, "All Star"; Basketball, "All
Star"; Volleyball; Soccer.
ROBERT HENRY REICHARD--"Rick"
Brcanstorm. . nuttr as a fruit-cake and oodles of fun
. When he's around don't try to be serious.
Fonthall. *All Star"; Track; Swimming; Zonan; Spanish
(lub: Biohl-v Club; Victory Corps; Senior Dance Comm.

WINIFRED LEE ROBISON-" 'innie"
The perpetually grinning gal you like to have around
. blue-black hair that is envied.
Bruce High School; Pres. Frosh Class; Pairakeet; Biol.
Club; Basketball; \olleyball. Glee Club; Fashion Show.
PLUTARCO RODRIGUEZ R.-"Pluto"
Quiet, studious, and a super artist . .Plutarco will go
a long way toward success.
North High Schu.l:; Intrrprreialir. Readine: Zonian; Spanish
Club: Art Club: An Comm.; "Hi V" Club; International
Relatinns Club; Bombardier Club; Softball; Tennis; Vie.
Corps; Chorus; Orchestra.


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RATHGEBER
SANDOVAL


REICHARD
SCHJEVELAND


l1 nrY THERESA ROSSETTI-"Pokey"
A saucy little pi'rt 'of cabbline enoety .
has rare nimrerin fl .' slit, r
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1, 2; Library Assistant, 2.


GEORGE A. SANDOVAL-'-.nitd)y"
"'',n,'" is a riot . always cracking jokes ..
he's one of our best.
C.J.R.A. Club, 1, 2, 3; Gun Club, 2, 3; Football, 1, 2, 3;
Baseball, 1, 2, 3; Ra-k,.il.l.. 1, 2, 3; Track, 2; Softball,
2; \ '.n .r) orps, 1, 2, 3.

RUTH F ELL N SLt.HE\EL.MII--"ipggleio.t"
Our "Squeaky" . hntrhir i, always bubbling from
Ruthie's L& m. . i. nith Ue 'ruld show our gratitude
fot. "i' lahrer ,~tcruenrt she has brought us.
N\ r' ,. rr l. 2 3'Ia-in. 2. 3: Prlodl.ning. 4; Parrakeet,
r: t r ", S i- Deb f lul, t : \ I,,lli lail. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Tff 4 all, 2. 2 1 4. etl I I. 3. 4; Archesy. 1, 2;
. linp. 1. 2T-nnis. ,: G ke (Ilu. 1.2,3; Pep q.il. 1,2;
.ibrdar \%,flanl,. 3 ..1. i11hf.-mnill.r.- 3; I -her. 3, 4.
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FRANKnI NORR U--O*.r
pet cheerleader take- a
breather from Zoni.,,
Prrakeet, Little T',.
at",. etc., to watch h,.
game. Looks good fInn,
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Pxy.w's HARsTAD--Hollywood has Lana Turner, New York has Lily sTRAIS' SULLIVAN
Pons, but B.H.S has Phyllis. TRIM TIURBYFILL

PAULINE MARY SCHRIFTGIESSER-"BaobVdoll"
SCHRIFTGIESSER SEARS Another of the smooth Itpe . she's got plenty ol what it takes.
SHERRIT SMITH
SNEDEKER SOLIS Cristobal High School. I. 2, 3; Dramatics. 1, 2. 3; Victory Corps,
1; Presidential Election Debate. 3: Glee Club. 1, 2, 3. 4; Library
Assistant, 1, 2; Usher, 2. 3; Fashion Show, I; Speech Program. 4.

H. RALPH SHERRIT
Reserved and right . He's the kind who would
light for what he knows is rrght.
"B" Club, 3: Biology Club. 2. Camera Club, 1. 2; Football, 3:
Track, 3; Softball. 3: Basketball. 3: Chemistry Lab Assistant, 2.

BETTY ROSE SNEDEKER--"Butterball"
Loads of fun to be with . a smooth number on the dance floor.
I Softball, 1; Volle;ball. 1: Archery. 1: \'ic-try Corps. 1, 2, 3;
Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad. 1. 2. 3; Office Assistant, 4;
Fashion Show, 3.

LLONA JOAN SEAnS--"Chima'"
Lovable loss with oodles of class . pert up-furned nose . .
trim appearance . "Clothes make the woman"
was uwrttten for her
S.A. Reprerentative: Zonian. 4: Busine4ss Manager of Parrakee',
4; G.A.A.. 3. 4: Softball. I. 2. 3, 41, "All Star." 1, 2, 1; Volleyball.
1, 2, 3, 4, "All Star," I. 2, 3. 4.: Ba4ketball, 1. 2. 3, 4, "All
Star." 1, 2: Archer)., 1. 2: Victorv Corps. 1, 2. 3: Glee Club. 3;
Pep Squad, ,. 2. 3. 4: Cheerleading. 4: Office Assistant, I:
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee. 3: Senior Picture Committee;
G.A.A. Dance Committee, 3, 4; S.4. Club Committee, 3;
Usher at C-mmencement Exerci.es. 3.

JIM SMITH-"Red'"
We love our Sinatra. but brother!! Tall with ur beautiful
head of red hait .. If son onlh kneuw. Red.

JORGE SOLus
Polite and jriendlv . the kind ot guy iou u'ould
like to take lessons from.
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MARY LA\VERNE STRAUi *-".Strair "
Pleasantrl quier in her ar'n itwa .. li/ublr gal.
Basketball. 1: Volled all. 1. 2. 3. Sfiliall. 1.
Victor, CprpQ 1. 2. 3: Fa-hi]ri ,I..w. 4.
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.- .CaeTErR.4; Ttru --"-Chet"
..roulin't be BA.S. fitihoitet good nriirlo hel .. .
S a phbi4Uu'P ttls r ally/ a treat lto thie :ul.
agingn: '"B" Cliih. )ie .P-, : Ba-ball: Ba-ktll,all. \Il
trar"; Fumrhall. M1 'Star"; \ i, Cirp-: r. Danr.,- C.'mm.
SHtIBEY 5LLLY. N-".N Shitrl""
The blae-eetd belle al, B.H.. .. . V\fti anit near itrh
class irt her warrdrobe ... thir'% .harp Shtrl'
Sofhfibl; GJ e Club; Ba-kcthall: \ ..llesall: Nas )Da
Program; Guidance Pla); Jr.-Sr Banquel tr.mmnmir.e.
DICK TURB\H FILL
Dee btiomning ro'e u'ith a reaid. tnlin//e nind abi/c ufii
.., j persnnalits In parr.
tar' hea'ikallI- i immin r -Ih iI e Prr--.; \ ice PTr -
.A": P?,inbn ipg;; .*\r. n : "Las. Di 'cr-.' ".r-r-nir
Sr1 Q pidLare.' On a i Triumph." (G.-rllin a n -".
Wt I BNil: Orchifra: Glee Vb: Lab. 4--t.: (.Cli (..mm.:
Jr 4r h.: Dance Cnmmilner-. '..\ I(.lh Or( he-Ird
FRED SUNDSTROt-"Suiede"
.4 groovee'" pui and B.T.O. . he and his rnns IidJ.es
help dispel boredom.
Castle Heighit Mihlrarsn rade-m : S \. Rep.: Fitihall. '\ll
Star": Softball: Ba-rhall: 'i;wmming. Siirer; Ba-ketl. ll.
Track; Gire Club. Juniir ',eni.r Bantii.i- C.mmiir--.
NIN~ RUTH SYKEX
Clamma! Lnne lloaring brown hmr tops ail a7 neat tiptir.
Grove High Schoonl: We.tpnrt High Sihinl Pep Squad.
BERNARD TONER--"Rarnre"
You have made our last eetir in sihOil Ione tc i ion atlun a
cherish and 'remember in terms rf "ii-nrell.
Football: Softball; Baseball; Baketball: Trac-k. S.. Clih
Committee; Jr. Sr. Banq.. easierr .if Cereninme-: Pan Amt-r.
Program: Glee Club: Jr Clasi Pres : .. Pre- : \ ii.. Cirp-.


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LoiSnE\E TO%\ E:RV---".llA "
41 na.- inlt uh killing Ut.n . ".'lnotlh makel the
ln-O n and c .er fili rnl it' Ihr theni to adiantoge.
Z/,ri-,t iPa r.r ir.t : \11i-n h t'hi,: .i mminc: \ic. C,.rp-;
tl;re- Cln P.-[i ',js il. Lil.ran \--1.. (O fir. \--i ; \lir.
Fmrpli-\mrn Biurlr Prliiiin ng: .. r'li, C rmmnlre;
Damnc Ciimmitrer: I -her
\11RY GLORI4A ro",ER1
-1 r,,pnirt.h gli n pla i r ... i h r" .,ies she
set 0u niilrh "gil.gerf *m "
., \ \.. \ it. Prt--.: \ llribal]l. "-\II tar : Ba-k-iball "\11
'itai"- *..hibjll \11 -.lar". \rchi.r -" lI rlar": \ ir. ( *.rp-:
tI,,- I lIl: P- q aii .l: .\. .A tan r C.n nIm Prm.li-ina.
EL.IZ \ ET F TLHRIK--"RetII
(herrflul and hfe/ded with .harm us inr "Bern.
Dor)Ri L. \ x E; ER4-"CsrI,eP
4 pt.it little /rlhi it th iharm . ha.ti eies
th-lt tuirinAl r l t Ir i
\w,, lnr ( .rp-: tlr- lu h. Pt p u'ina.Il: Fa-bhin hi,.-w.
\ ID I EEK. --" ef'"
4u qiadlrrile t runeltl in arn langpuaxe . ur '
B trI Ihigh ch--....I. 1. 2. 1: Curl Re-er%,-. 1. 2. 3. ,pani-h
t.iih:: Fn.11-lih tl t.. Randi : Orchirl; ra. Pep "5qua.l
I CQL'EI[.1 F S. EIR-"nacAie"
4 pri'itl e little In.- ith n iret rthun her share 91 i''ni.
Fa--.ifrrn A'' hnnl. 3. 1 4. RBpre-enlauise. 1: Fre-liman
Ginldanre Plab "Gh(,11-1 ;..rs'. I- ;h DP-I b l ('lb. 1: \ .l1 .
Iall. I. 2. .3. '.,fib-ll. 2: Ba-k. ilulh 2. 1. \ ict nr C..rp .
I. .1: fOri-h'-Ira. 1: C.Ilr t'll.. 2- P-p Squad. 1. J nim-r
C'la-- Parisn t'mmit---. I -hIr at C.nmm-ncement EFrci-k-'
uan Pla -: 'r arld- and \nriuninenrmnl- Ci-mm : Lib. \--I.
\MARi L-t. Stu.BL R-"l /il"
Her rtul1- ,7'11l prntlonali\ art- rrtvirn oi HERS nnli.
Br lrwaITr h,'li h ,hi .l. - "('Fr-C''.". \11n-p it1ai :
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MILDRED ELIZABETH WOODRUFF-"Millie"
Naturalness that can't be beaten .. quiet sense of humor.
Parrakeet, 3; Victory Corp-. 1, 2, 3; Asst. Director of
Freshman Guidance Pla3, "Make: Up and Live"; Glee Club,
1, 2, 3; Pep Squad, 1; Library Assistant, 2; Counselor's
Office. 4; Dance Committee, 3; Usher at
Commencement Exercises, 3.

JACQUELINE WORSLEY-"Jackie"
Compact, crisp and cool . She's a treat to B.H.S.
. dancing feet.
Volleyball, 1; Victory Corps, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2;
Pep Squad, 1; "On a Note of Triumph";
Fashion Show, 1, 2, 3.


JOHN A. WRIGHT--"ack"
Romantic Romeo with "brain "' ideas . likes his gabbing
and his gals about the same.
Manlius Military School, 1, 2; Spanish Club, 1, 2; Biology
Club, 4; Football. 1, 2, 3; Softball, 3, "All Star," 3;
Basketball, 1, 2; Swimming, 1, 2; Fentinr. 1, 2; Track,
1, 2; Rifle Team, 1, 2; Band, 1; Pep Squad, 4.
















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ELIZABEITI ANN ZENT--"Li:
Whistle-bait plus model material . ne word
expresae' our gal Lt: -ffii t
Santa Fe High School: Sub Deb Club. 1, 2: 'ollevhill, 2:
Basketball, 4; Victorn Coips 2. 3: Glee Club, 2. 3: Pep
Squad, 1; Usher at Commrncrmeni Exerrise- and Plays, 3:
Junior Cla. Party Commiittce 3.
C. MARIE ZERBEST--"Ree"
Wacky, witty, and u'ithnur irtl s. bhe', our gol Frida)
.. blessed wrth a gi t o\ eab that's sazzi'.
Union Hiah School, 2: Ba-kelball. 1, 2. 3: Volleyball. 1,
2, 3; -nfib.fll. 1, 2, 3: T-nnis, 2. Bowling, 1, 3: Archery, 2:
Hockey, U.H.S., 2; \ iciory Corp., 1. 2. 3; Glee Club, 3;
Pep Squad, 1, 2. 3: Fashiun Show. 3, 4.
THiEL.MA DONNi ZERBEST-"ThelI
The atomic typr . a strictly, one-man woman
with owrrurit appeal!
Bowling, 1, 2, 3; Soflhall, 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball. 1, 2, 3, 4;
V.ileshall. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ar(lhern, 1, 2, 3. 4: Track. 1, 2, 3. 4;
Ridine Chilb. 3; Richmond HI-h Sc:hool, Hockey, Tennis:
\ ici.rn Corps, 1, 2. 3: Glee Club. 3: Pep Squad, 1, 3;
Fadhinn Show. 3. 4.



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The two.~ome u ih the high I.Q.'--Kathleen Barnes
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ff e't" Io ed their laughter. their poise. and their
fri-endliness. ,lark and lacAie-popularit plus.


Believers in the adage "Laugh and the world laughs
with iou" are Liz Zent and Kay Masters. A smile
for everyone. friendliness is their by-word.







They aren't Veloz and Yolanda, but (. icAr t
Hobbs and Charlie Norris cut a mean rug.


Loi els smile, lovelier eyes, with a charm all her
own--Ruth Price is B.H.S.'s choice for good-
looking.


Sportsnhilit\ plu. won lor
llarianna .\elin and Jack
Baldi in second place honors
for mi,)t' athletic.


"The I oice" and the gul wiho
can dance, a talented ti'osomre.
bound to succeed. Dick Tirb\-
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The Student Association of Balboa High School is the prin-
cipal organization within the school, and it holds the master key
to all activities in which the students participate. The purpose of
the S..\. is to sponsor the different organizations in school. provide
,o) ial entertainment for the students. and improve the school in
e ery possible way.
Tie officers of the S. A. consist of a president, vice-president.
anid a secretary ihliI i appointed b\ the president; and presidents.
SiF e-presidenti. represenlati\es. and -ecietaries of the four classes.
The president of the S. A. is elected by the students. This vear
Bernard Toner %as president and Lois Nlilnlire, secretary. Mr.
E. W. IHatkhett ias again the faculty adviser.
The S. A. publishe- the Zoninn and aids in the financial sup-
port of the Parraefl. ihich i- the -clhool newspaper. The officers
act :i usihers at all prograjni and other special events; all awards-
speec h. journalism. s'ports-are paid for by the S. A. and presented


The S. A. is the finan ial center of the sch,,ol. supporting all school
activities. These financial lizards of B.H.S. are, from left to right. Alice
Sullivan. NMis Mildred Swenson. Barbara Sc'hnake. and \ irginia Meyer.


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to deserving students on Awards Day. At this time the president of the Association for next year is introduced.
This year the S. A. also financed the purchase of the new cheer leaders' costumes. Yards of red material
made a full gathered skirt, with which was worn a white blouse with bishop sleeves and a red "B" in front,
cimnpleting the school colors.
The pep squad wore plain red skirts with white jerkin style blouses. An unusually pratif\inr number
of students turned out for the pep squad.
Another attraction sponsored by the S. A. was the S. A. Club, which was open occasionally on Saturday
night. Games, dan, ing. eats, and music, furnished by various student orchestras, were the main features
of every t-vening.
The first dance of the year was given by the S. A. on September 14, while the others were given by
the classes and sponsored by the Association. The first gala event was preceded by much suspense for the
new class officers were to be introduced at this time. The Senior Class gave two dances: the first semi-
formal dance at the Trivoli, and the other an informal dance. The juniors ;iav two dances, and the sopho-
mores and freshmen had class parties. The annual Junior-Senior Banquet topped the season's social events.


White lon.g-leeded blouses with midriffs and red pleated skirts
made up the aw reet cheerleaders' outfits furnished by the Student
Association.

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Evern school day at 8 A.M., peeps, squeaks and shouts may be heard emitiniri from the Little Theater.
The forts-five members of the band are warming up for rehearsal.
At pep rallies and football games the band, with "The \ i .tir) MNrch" up, cheered our boys on to
victor.. On Februar) 5, an informal band concert was given on the high school ,amplu-. at which several
types of music were played-marches, overtures, waltzes and novelty numbers. A crowd of one hundred
people attended this concert.
The orchestra made its debut at the play. "S-eiie Keys to Baldpate." One of the highlights of this
performance was the aria from "Carmen," accompanied by Pat Libbey's rhythmic castinets. A small orches-
tra of six violins, two cornets, two clarinets, one trombone, one saxorphurne. and the piano played at the Fashion
Show on January 30 as sixty girls modeled their dresses.
"Rain. rain, go away!" was the cry of all the students participating in the Christmas program on the
day of the big event. But the rain didn't go away and the program was postponed until the fill,,ing evening,
December 21. However, the chorus of two hundred forty and the orchestra of forty-five turned out one
hundred per cent. Neither was the audience daunted by the sudden change in plans but came in full force.
The girls' voices harmonized in "Angels We Have Heard on High" during the (and3:lr-lipht,-d processional.
The mixed chorus sani several songs including "Noel" and the -"Hallelujah Chorus" from the "Meisiah."
The soloist was Dick Turbh fill. who sang "Cantique de Noel" and "If With All Your Hearts." The orchestra
included in their repertoire
B.H.S. ORCHESTRA "Ave Maria." -'Eenirin Star,"
with trumpet soloist Dotsy
Bigelow, and "The Holy Cit%.."
with trumpet soloist Dick Col-
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The dramatic season of B. H. S. opened with one of George Cohen's popular plays- "Seyen Keys to
Baldpate." Theresa Grimm and Laurence Fortner plated the leading roles with Robert Albritton. Catherine
Taylor, Beverly BuLkaloo. and mania others in the supporting cast.
The plot of "Seven Key'" involves a young novelist who cannot concentrate in New York City. He
borrows a huge inn on top of a mountain where he locks himself in with what he believes to be the unlv kei.
The actual number of keys and what he really finds in the way of peace and quiet make complicated situations
with chills and laughs galore.
The second performance of the season was "Double or
Nothing" by Glenn Hughes. The two leads were played by Jean
Saarinen and Bradford Schwartz. Other roles were taken by Vern
Call'wa\. Barbara Schnake, Charles Norris, Dick Turbvfill. and
Jim Coakley. The story is that of a college boy who invites an
actress to a dance, and then discovers that the dean has forbidden
the attendarnce uf theatrical personalities at college functions. The
arri al of the -lar hean a madl complicated %hirl of events whichh
fulfilled Mr. Turbviill's prediction that the pla. would prose side-
siplittinig entertainment.
The higher l award offered in dramatics is the Diamond
Maque. (oinpetiturs for the award this .ear %,ere Frankie Norrell.
SMildred Haas. Laurence Fortner. Beverl\ Buckaluu. and Dick
Turb\ fill. These students have all taken major rule- in clubhouse
: ppla.s. and hare staged. produced. and directed mrinir productions.
The Balboa Little Theatie is the only high school dramatic
griup in or out of the continental United States that is listed in
the National Little Theatre Directory. Thi. is the tuelfth year that
B.H.S. has held this listing.



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"Double or Nlhihn'," the Glenn Hughes farce-comedy, was presented on
February 14 by the Balboa Little Theatre and featured thirteen of B.H.S.'s
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the 1945-46 theatrical season. Reading from left to right: Laurence
Fortner, Mildrd Haas, Dick Turh )fill, and Beverly Buckaloo. Not
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1. Our super-duper editor, Jeannine Dumond. who's full of fun and laughter.
2. Ralph Fels-head photographer and all-around handyman.
3. Invaluable workers take time out a5 Don says. "Hold it!" From left to right: Nancy
Koperski, Joyce Moen. Phyllis Harstad. and Peggy Mummaw. Another helper not
included in this picture is Vern Callowav.
4. Chickie Hobbs and \ irginia Mever. hard working senior activities editors.
5. Frankie Norrell and Alberta Bo.d-senior "sideline" experts.
6. Lois Tower, and Jeannine Dumond, picture directors.


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8. Dotsy Bigelow-our one and only business manager niakini_: ends meet.
9. John Hunt and Rodney NMG(;overn bring in the honors with their sports l rite-ups.
10. Girl sports writers, Bonnie Neale and Llona Sears.
11. "Tommy," our adviser with her ever-sweet smile.

12. Sally Briscoe, S. A. editor and all-around helper.

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SThe unusual noise, clamor, and scattered chatter oming from
the Parrakeet room tells us it once again is Press Day.
We find Mildred Haas, our diligent editor. working like mad
on last minute revisions. John Hunt and Rod NlcGortern. cu-sportu.
editors, sit calmly swapping jokes, as their sports page has gone
to press. Don Dewey and Ralph Fels are debating whose picture
MILDRED HAAS, Editor rates the front page.
Helen "Exchange Editor" Hobbs once again is looking thruolgh
the World Almanac trying to find Yazoo City, MiXsissippi.
Rosie Nickisher and Ruth '.hir'rland. girls sports editors, are sweating out their basketball stories. Winifred Robison ia
getting ready to shoot herself after reading the proof of "Peek and Boo."
Charlotte Baverstock and Dotsy Bigelow, minus some hair and sporting short fingernails, have finally completed their
literary page after three weeks of hectic work. Pat Pearson. feature writer. 'till has her sanity-she's only chewing paper.
A hal th- I ell-.rre-'-d B.1.l.. grl i; wear-n; in I.-,rreJ b Albte-ri B'.vd': "Trim Teens." Shirlev Z.-ee and Je.ii Andrews.
ate Parrahket reporter. arr relax ng a Ihe lha\e i mrpl-lred their work f.r ihi~ is.ue. Keeping us up to dale un the lnte t
m.air I, the la-k f \ irginia Mclt.r in her popular L.lumn. "Flicker Flashes."
Mlarn Kilcor'e i- walking ari.n..l he rnom -inging, and n... w..nder. She has just lini.hed her column. Juke Box
Jne." which enumeraiet the popular sn.ig- B.H S. Sinalla. and Shore s-ing. Ana Tere-a "Que Pasa" Riuz hds just dashed in
I,. make a la-i minute change in her iclimn.
Anrt Editor .Aureli.. Parra ha. iu-t fnI-hed making anrulthr Ellen TlIman- i- dreaming a Ijfalt a31.iser-' dream .f a midrl -tail Ihat urn- in .LONG AHEAD OF THE DEADLINE
-tuore -Ihat vutiild a err-rJit ... the \ew l ork Ttmn-,.

,Mlembers of thE Parraheer stall are. Iron lt lto r eight: Ralph Fel. Dotly Bigilow. Pat Pear-mn. Charlotle Baserstock, John
Hunt. Mlildrrd Haa-, R-rn mri- Nlcki-her. Rodnr ,- IcGo,,ern. Winifred Robtoun. shirle) Zee-e. and Ruth Schjeveland.
Nlot pitured i- Mary KIlctir-e.








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Balboa High School was rated superior to typical high schools in all sections of the country under the
auspices of the Middle Stales Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Co-chairmen of the committee which evaluated the high school were Dr. Walter C. Eells, Executive of
the American Association of Junior Colleges, and Kenneth W. Eells, former Field Representative of the
Middle States Association. The chairmen with competent local educators observed the school in operation
from April 3-5, 1915.
After a comparison with 200 carefully selected s:hools-private and public, small, medium-sized and
large-ratings were assigned as follows:
School Staff-Very Superior
Library-Very Superior
Administration-Superior
Curriculum-Superior
Pupil Activity Program-Superior
Guidance Progranm- Superior
Instruclion-Superior
Outcomes-Superior
School Plant-Superior
Recommendation, were made for the expansion of the :-uidn e pr,_raIim and for suitable cafeteria
facilities.
"The lack of an auditorium," the evaluators commented, "is a serious handicap to the carrying on of a
modern secondary school program-it makes virtually impossible the development of a p-.,ld modern |ir,,_r3n
of assemblies."
New courses suggested include remedial reading. economic geography, Latin-American history, art
appreciation, a required social problems course, consumer education, bookkeeping, and a required fourth
year of English for all students.
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I. Our Chenmi-tr (C.'ir-, con-.i--l .o alternating cla.-. o If le reI alid laboratory work. Herr Mr. Fi-cher in.Irctls a
gr'iip in ithe Indamrnial.. 2. Their, -iidenI4 experiment in iur well.upplied chemistry laboralor) with the finest equip-
menl availabll. I Pr,,f'--',,r ienneth inrin -iupertiieP n intrialt- experiment in ph.,ic.. 4. Handling snakes is nro
required ii th. Hinl l' I, 'r-e. Lbut trhre ar- m:in uhier animal who-r habi- ihe s.iu.leni- ob'erne and -tlude. 5. Although
HIl-"h.,I.l \ri- ri n.t r'equir-d, the mai.ri'i ,I B H '. _:irl- and an urcas inal buy find the -ubject la-scinating when
taighl in in.r -pa.-.,ii, rC'e.kini and -rwing riomrn. 6i. Beauiiii al aa pll1 a fiisi ul ifrniture and houe-hold articles are
imrned wiknt lu .ur n.ood ",h p Clase--. 7. The pride nf B.lII.S 'iur librarN ,if .ver 9.000 lolume- for re-earth and pleasur-
pulrpi,.-.. \lan -luiientr lir a d ilradr training '.rure-. in -hich lhli- ; bjiecl i- Iaught bv practical experience. 8. stlenor
raph Tr'&- drtani '- lii- r..i m filled %ith -hino u tpen rl r-. Tw- r air- .ifr nping srr .iflered-'lrnim nl'ar) and advanced.
'i Tlh-e -tlinirn- in her W'.,dJ "hhup are beginning firn;tlr- like lthas[ -hwn aboue. 10. Mr. Phil Green of the Metal Shop
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B. H. S. RUG-CUTTERS ROCK WITH RHYTHM
1. R- and Coca Cola. 2. Stomping at the Savoy. 3. Remember When. 4. The Music
Stopped-But We Were Still Dancing. 5. Into the Night. 6. On the Sidelines. 7. Gee,
It's Good to Hold You. 8. Jive on the Range.


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SENIOR ART COMMITTEE
[)3ane pri'grarm-. daractivp puiter- and Fashin s,hk setting- were the cnlribiuionis .)[ he Senior Art
.i~i milltr. ,p.. n-,)r,'d l, Mi.i Bratriie Gardner. th- arli-ir. Bettl Turck, Clady Bailey and Plutarco
R..driqiiez. wrrk-ed under the chairman.hip .d Ll- O'Brnin.


BIOLOGY CLUB
Ont of the mi-I ppiular club- in Ihr s.rhnnl. the Riolop) Cluib. funcionred under Ihe -ponsurship of Mr.
Geurir Lee. The hi m.nrhl) meei;ng, were dei..ter II lecture.s bv .iudents and by Mr. Lee. who showed
m.u.i.i of thi interior. Field Irips were ,organized. and the Noung biologi.lt brought back animals of interest.
.n r-hibii,.n of their projrct-, wa- prepared fjr the public Heading the club was Bill Eans, president:
Rnheri Alhrilri.n. \ice president V'errn Calli.way, secr.tRry and M.ary lMohr. treasurer.



































BOATBUILDERS' CLUB
Every other Thursday this group of nautically-minded students met with Mr. Philip Green, and thus was
formed the Boatbuilders' Club. Organized to pi,' interested students a kn,,i-ldfp of naval architecture, the
club functioned well. Under the leadership uf Piul Kramer, the members heard lectures on the phases of
boat construction. They drew up plans for the hiildr;n of a boat for Mr. Green. It was not all work.
Panama Bay was the site of many sunny hours 1It -ailnh;.


CAMERA CLUB
Amateur photography was again encouraged in Balboa High School when the Camera Club organized under
the guidance of Mr. Kenneth Vintnn. Dark room facilities were provided for members' use, and regular
buniinesr meetings were held on alternate Thiurday afternoons. Club members aided the Zonian by ,en.-ine
in informal shots of life around the school. Vern Calloway served as president; Bill Bartholomew, vice-
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MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB
illrl.K minded -Iludenlt gr.,uped with M r-. Ti'egarden t. flrm a M ulic Club which Iprove'd t, be exceptinnallv
active. The lihe if the compoer, were dli-cln--ed ai llie regillal rnmeing: recordrinpgs i.f he greatest music
uf the ma-ters w ere plard. di-c.cu"ed. anrd 'rili', ed. Re-idJe -.iii.tli-r-' lei trur. the cluh was entertained by
talntied mrnmbcr-. C'ni-ert, in Panama C(iv w,-re dll,-nried in a b- h. bv the clbh. whii.h fIinctioned under
II, giuidince i. Grerchh-n Dirz. Sarila S..-r.n acted i. -rcrtrar,.


SPANISH CLUB
Thr member, .f the Sparnih Clih will alw.3 remember the gaiely r'f thc Carnival Dante. the picnir at
Farlan B-ach. the parije.. and Ihe lecture, which th, rcub -pnn'.ored. The'v will remember that the, hale
heen active enough to me'le twice a mnnih under the -pon-or.ship of Mr. .llin Ward, and to proinme goond
feeling between Latin and Amrrican ,iludenti. This popular club held di-cus.ions on the hitnry of neighboring
tointrne- and -tudied their cni-toni- a' well as their lan~uage. Alda Cohn eerred a, president.


































PHILATELIC CLUB
A new organization, the Philatelic Club, was formed this year under the guidance of Mr. Walter Fischer.
Aspiring stamp collectors, with and without collections, met re-;l.rl\ to listen to lectures on stamp values
and types of stamps. An exhibition for display in one of the school show windows was presented. Each
member chose a different phase of stamp collecting and contributed that topic to the display.
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Credit goes to these energ'lic ad sellers who made p.,-dll.lt hr publication of our yearbook. Reading from
left to right, first ruow: Mark Gramlich, Chickie Honlbs, \ irgin'a \1-r. J.1an Enke, Pat Pearson. Bill Bauman,
and DonnN Ralthaher; second row: Helen Souder, Petrn Mumm a. 'hirlb, Zeese, Sally Briscoe, Bonnie
Neale, Pamela Bte-h: third row: Elsie McPhate, Eleanor Foley, Victoria Entebi, Alice Sullivan, Peggy Sylev-
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7. "I'll give you six dollars for that one."
8. Need any- H-A-L-P!!!!
9. Smile if you can.
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The trials and tribulations from
dawn to dusk of Sammy Senior
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1. O-h-h-h-h! Those Monday morn-
ing blues.
2. Now, Lizzie, do your stuff. Get
me there at least by third period.
3. That one-minute-to-eight locker
rush-drat it, where did I put
that book?
4. Off we go, into the fourth period
chemistry class. HzSO4 + HCL
+2GIRLS = Whoops, got off the
track somewhere!
5. ,'AIM-and how we love it!
Swish--chalk up another basket
for our straight shooter.
6. The awaited hour-quarter to
twelve. By the way, that's an
awfully large coke for such a
small boy.
7. How about some music? ...Gee,
can you really spare the dinero?
8. Cramming in those last minute
facts before 12:45, when the
doors open to sixth period.
9. The library is as good a place
as any to catch up on the latest
sport news, eh, Don!
10. A nice exciting book, your feet
on the table, and nothing to
bother you, helps you through
that last period.
11. Through these portals pass our
happs Sammy Seniors. Why?
S-IIl. of course, it's 3 o'clock.
12. Homework just wouldn't be
homework without a nice, big,
soft, easychair.
13. One in the balcony, please. Mau-
reen O'Hara playing? Make that
the first row!!
14. The day would not be complete
without finding out who poisoned
Mrs. Pendergras' petite poodle-
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This is the way a B.H.S. co-ed
combines her school work and
fun.
1. EEEEeeee!!!! That Monday
morning shower. It's s-o-o-o-
cold.
2. G-r-o-a-n!!! Oh, those early ex-
ercises are just killing! Aw
nuts, let it spread!
3. "This is the way we go to -ch.il,.
Early Monday morning." Thai
last minute rush to get ready;
then she starts out for school.
4. A casual meeting at school. "Hey.
Bill, where have you- "Tres
in English, you say?" "You've
already had it? H-m-m-m!"
5. Just a little library reference
before class . at least that's
Millie's story.
6. Oh, my aching finger. But it's
50 words a minute or bust.
7. There's going to be lots of
glamour over her stove, even if
she can't cook. So, let it burn!
8. Then comes that popular period
--lunch. And lots of it. We love
those 6"Dag,,wd" specials.
9. GYM!!! A few times around the
track and you really begin to
notice that "special."
10. Ho-hum. Now's my chance to
snatch 40 winks and maybe do
some homework-m-a-y-b-e.
11. Call out the brass band. The
bus is on time. It only happens
once every ten years.
12. Nlthuing like doing homework in
comfort. Don't you think so?
13. Heavenly evening gaiety -
dancing. Need we say more?
14. That old grind-pincurls!!! Oh,
for the day with automatic
curlers.
15. Day is done our co-ed snug-
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"SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY"
Loveliness was the password at the annual Household Arts Slrle Show, Jnuamry 30. (1) "Cher Elh.i-e" provided a night club
setting with low lights and soft music from the Balboa High School small orchestra. (2) Elsie %McPhaie appeared fashioning
a full skirt of black net over blue taffeta, with a fitted moire taffeta waist. (3) One of the many highlights oi the evening were
the solos of Mary Kilcorse, soprano. (4) Mercedes Grifo models a formal of pale blue shadow organdy. 151 Marianna Newlin
fashions a blue and red gingham, ideal for tropic wear,. (6) Lois O'Brien appears in a date dress %hose ice blue blouse contrast.
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LLONA SEARS

c4ueen of Our Eitearts


Beauty was the order of the day when the crown was placed
on the head of lovely Llona Sears, Queen of Hearts. Her white
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1. Ru-ian Rubpn Riu-U and CGuatemalan Iruit vendor Miriell, I.elerir were rewarded fIr their work., Of art, "Bed Costumes."
2. Walter Fiske and Cecilia Zager were elected "Be.l Couple" in their Panamanian nalite co-tlumr. 3. Nlany admiring gazes were
bellowed on Ileana de S'li in her dainty. colorful Dutch costuire. 1. Rbin-,n Ramirez and Yolanda Fabiega stepped gracefully
in their %eroiun of the Bururu and tamborito. 5. Scruth American cuintrie; are repre'enled in the march of the beautifully
costumed girls. 6. Spain should be flattered b) NMl- Alice Cruii in her del;ghtful Spani-h coi-umrn. 7. Allah! Allah! Two of thr,
,ultan'. fairite wives. 8. Spanish miiic and -ft lighi--Ahlhhh! 9. -and g!p.ie- dance with sailor-. Hormerinda Schmidt ind
Harry Caicedo win first prize for most original cl'tuime-.


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DIDN'T WE HAVE FUN?
1. The latest gossip ... 2. A tomboy at heart ... 3. The editor Millie ... 4. Me top, Bev . 5. Big feet ... 6. Back
to our ancestors . 7. Solitude ... 8. She presses leaves with those books ... 9. More leg art, please ... 10. All's
quiet here . 11. Going my way? . 12. Good NeighbLr Pulikc.



































































WE'LL NEVER FORGET
1. M-A-M-M-I-E .. 2. You look so tired . 3. Who's gonna drive? ... 4. Paiil thal refrpesh- . 5. Strolling along .. 6. Bush-
men . 7. Not a Mountain . 8. 'Iell us too, Betty . 9. Alone at last ... 10. 1 college su ea tIl leave? ... 11. Mr.. Towery
S. 12. Oh! R-I-C-H-A-R-D! . 13. That water sure is ?lr'ng 14. Our artist take_ time owI to do her shorthand .
15. She's wise to you, 'mnulr-, . 16. Contestants in the Lauiam Foundation Po ter Coniest. Each %ear B.H.S. brings hume the prizes.
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1. Before . 2. After ... 3. During ... 4. Traffic jam ... 5. All nice and woolly .. 6. Snafu . 7. One-two-
slide ... 8. Lunch time... 9. Applying.himself... 10. Junior Miss-Pamela? . 11. Gym's girl . .12. Zonian
helper . 13. Now you see it-no . 11. He looks so shy ... 15. Size. please ... 16. For art's sake.


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Left to right, top row: Where's Ro.e? . Three caballeros . He'll make 'omene a go.od wife . Intelligence takes a rest
.. Second row: They have to eat what they make .. Poetry the voicee of the soil. . Resting on the green . Just a little
more and it will balance ... Third row: C,.ngratulaiion.. Red ... He carrie- the ball lor B.H.S . "Ham"-ing as usual . .
Inset: Female Woody Herman ...Bottom row: Any day we may see B.H S. go up with a roar .. Off to clases . Now
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Lelt to right. rotp rou ,hr hold- up the hook end ... He'll make someone a fine wife! ... No. 57-all aboard for Curundu . He'll
check ,ur eTery an-wer . Second row: The Senior Class of '49... B.H.S. couldn't do without them . .S.A. meeting Frdnvl.
fifth period . Third row: A versatile person ... She's been mal;.in mud pies . The downbeat maestro . Betty and slacks
S.Buotnto row: Now keep your eye on the ball . Emlile. kids, emote! . 16-24-36-Hike . Anything for a gag.


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1. Ihard a.rk neutr hurt anyone... 2. That isn't a football, Jimmy . 3. And it was all over a hair-pin . 4. What did he do,
Mill Sleal your girl' 5. i hal ihyt won't get music out of next! ... 6. The reigning beauties . 7. A quiet game of checkers
. 8. A fight among men?:? . .9. One iirl on a horse . 10. Sum:hihng new has been added . 11. Old Glory . .
12. They ~iill Iiae. a few evenings open yet, boys . 13. Oh! Those ankees! . 14. Pondering . 15. A close-up view of
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5. The piLture ofi ;nn'ornc., . 6 Take ,our hand l ol yvuir p.cuke' .. 7. W-E-L L . 8. To gym we mu~s go . .
9. Iennih'- iar ceriainl, i. popular . 10. The -un got in hi, ee- 11. They :aw a man. I bet .. 12. So quiet snd demure.


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. .Wulf pack . A swan-dive ... Journalistic aims ... A worm's eye view . The pay off .. Must be a day off .. The police
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"."'" League Football "B" League Football


B. H. S. COfCHIRlG STRFF

The coaching staff this vear consisted of Coach Chauncey Humphries in charge of all major "A" League
sports. Coach Houard Woods and Coach Charles B. Dennis in charge of softball and "B" League sports.
CiaLh C. Humphries meniured the football and baseball -quads. During the intramural season Coach
Humphries deotedi four afternoons each ,eek to the refereeing and coaching of "A" League games. Foot-
ball All-Star- under his guidance won one and lost one game. The baseball squad. playing under adverse
,ronditions. due nt the presence of the New York Yankees. lrst both games.
Cone h Charles Dennis. a newt oiner to the high school coac-hing staff, took oter the reins of the softball
team. He had unly one week in %thich to round out the squad. As a result they suffered defeat in both games.
The intramural games, under the watchful e\e of the Athletic Department. were conducted every after-
noon and the spirit of good sportsmanship that existed is a comrpliment both to the coaches and the athletes.

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FOOTBAL.. ALL TA.RS
Firns rot- Charlie Nornri. Halipr Fiske. Jim O'Donnell. Richard Bia'a. William Weaiherhv, Bill Barlholomew, Fred Sind-
tirom. Setornd run Ma"rk GramlIch, Jam'- Clax.,n. RL-d 1rGc t.rn. Jim Orvt,. Oli Ramev. B, Bl Bau an, Dick Turbyfill.
Third ion: Harr\ Frrigu-.n. Bill Sullltan. Cher Trim. Jack Baldin. Ln.lm- Dedraux, Bll MlcDoiugall. Jules De Preler.






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