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The Senior Class Yea r book BAL BOA I-lIGI-l S CI-lOOL BALBOA, CANA L ZONE

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VIRGINIA RYTER t:ditor PHYLLIS ALBRIITON Business Manager MISS t:LLt:N THOMAS Adviser

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MR. HAROLD ZIERTEN

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" -"ZIP" IT'S All YOURS! "ZIP" -i n ardent appreciation of your sincere desire to help, for your sound advice to this and ever y other graduating class, and for being a str aightforward, O K guy, we, the seniors of 1948, proudly dedicate our IONIAN to you.

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Through the green trees' lofty branches Stands our school so grand; White walls gleaming in the sunlight, Proud and tall she stands

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L ong remembered, ne'er Forgotten, I n ou r hearts you'l l be B. H. S our Alma Mater H a il, oh, hail to thee!

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fOREWORD H e r e it is ... what you've been waiting For. ... We're proud of it ... and we hope that you'll be too ... your yea rb ook, the 194 8 ZONIAN. We've done ou r best to c rowd all the wonderFul events of the past Four yea r s into these pages For you. We hope that the pictures and write-ups b ring bac k memories that otherwise mi ght be lost Forever in the rush and shuFFl e of everyday liFe. The re a r e things that cannot be rec o rded on paper but will always r emain in your heart -things l i ke the giggling in a quiet study hal l . "steady" couples standing in the halls seconds beFore the bell ring s . so me o ne trying to sneak into class ten minutes late ... the sound of muFFled laughter in the librar y . the slamming of lockers at three o'clock ... talking and Flirting in the halls between classes ... the rides to school on the buses ... the suspense and excitement the da y beFore a big dance these little things made your Four yea r s a t B.H.5. so meth i n g you will a lways remember. You've all at one t im e o r othe r com p l ained abou t coming to school, and the homewor k you did, or didn't do; but lookin g bac k a t the tears and joys, victor ies and deFeats, surp r ises a nd r oma n ces it really was wonderful wasn' t it ?

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conTEnTS SLAVE DRIVERS B I-i. S. B T. O.'s S POTU G I-iTE R S AFT E R I-i 0 U R S ON, BALBOA!

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D R I V R 5

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Top: And it doe .. bounce! ... You ho)' s nre g.onna gCI fat ... Careful ,\Ir. C lark H c m cm b e r (h e e ngine! Middle: Aw. drop dcaJ! \ltI) Ih e be ... t "'am win -the \JI.Slar ... Ihal j" ... Our jodal hO .. I ... Dimpl e ..... Boltom: It'" .. upposed 10 (it way! through her head. T ime ou l for a glme of ti c tactoe . And dreams of echin o d ermata danced

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MR. SIGURD E. ESSEH F ormer P rincipal Althoug h h e has l ef! his o ld dc .. k al Balboa High S c hool. .'Il r. Es:.er remains in the heart.., o f it s s t udent s Judging from hi altendancc at school fUlic tions. J \ Ir. E ..... c r a s tronger int eres t in Balboa High than hi s n e w po .. ilion requir es. No game wOlil d be c(lmplele wilh out h im there rooling for u s. 1\lr. Esser r e ct:'i\'f'd h i s M. / \ degree frolll Ih e Univer:.il), of North D akota. i\ IR. TIIEOPIlIL F. HOTZ Prin c ipal Crjqohal ha.; 10"" a l e ad er. hUI we in Balho a lIigh School ha\c I,!.ain c d 1)11('. our principal. \Ir. 1-10170. Since hi ... arri\al in O c t ober. hi .. fri endly. informal. .. triell), "lIotz" per:..malil) hn .. mad e him top ... w ith U'" a ll. Ill' i s th e o f a c heerful .. milt', Slraig.llIen in g 0111 problems i s hi .. "p{'ciatt)'. 'Jr. I I otz h o ld s hi .. \1. \ d eg r ee fWIIl lil e .. il)' of Ohio. Sigurd E. E sse r form e r p rincipal. introduce :\Ir. Theophil F HOlZ. n ew principal. to L eroy Lund)'. S.A. Pre<:ide nf.

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O\'er whirling wheel;;:. and s pi n n i ng bobbins we find l'Il on r oe h e lp i n g B.II .S. seamstresses. M il. NEil. V BII ANSTE TTt:1I Mll sic l \I.A .. Columbia U nivcr s i t y -'Ills. ALICE BnIOENS TU \1:. H ouse hold Arts .. Columbia ni \'c r;o,ity ,\lIss CLAUDE J\l. i\ Y COC K Spanish I\1.A .. Co lumbia U niver s ity MISS HAI. I I E Lfl,i", i1/arhcmfllir s Dill-I! J\LICE CANDEE H isto r y Columbia U ni ve r s it y \Ii" .. S w e n .. o n's classes arc l a u g ht th e of Ih e bu s incss worl d. J\h ss HEU:NA F CLARDY Libmritm AI.A., U niver s it y of A labama ) 111. 1. Rt01Ail D CLAHK General Scien c e )I.A., New York U niver s i t y

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_\In. H .\Y\lo'\'l) W. CLARKE P lnsics. Gt'llcral Scicllce M.A .. U nivcrtlit y o f low& Mr, Wa rd's S p anish ] 2 class conducts a disc u ssion o n "Ia lectura," .i\IRs. COUfWILLE School N/lrse R.N . Arm y Tra ini ng Sc hool f o r Nurses L etterma n G e n e ral I losp i tal 1\I R J I. B. C tWWLEY Ph ysical dllca l ioll B.S., U niH::r sity o f Ala b a m a .:\1155 BF.TTY L. O A II H istory Co l umb i a U nher ... ity .\lR. CII \III.I.!> D .. ';\1 5 lI ygielle. P h)si('(ll Edu c ation B.S .. College Mil J OliN O ETTo n Woodshop \lr. Clarke look", o n as hi.!o a ll t"lltive .. conclude ano t her experimenl. DR GEORCE EliCE:\E School P h\sician B .A., Cornell l ni\cr<:i t) ;\1.0 . L O I g 1 ... l a n d College

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En g l i h 1 2 !".l lIde n l':: l a ke n()lc" f r om .\lis!' Je<;slIp a s s h e l ells Ihe m o f Ihe d evdop nH:l1l of Ihe Engl i.::h l1ovel. \ 111. WAJ.1' m FI::>CfH,1I Chemis t r y i\I.A .. Columhia l ni\( r.::i l)' ,\lISS BEATfllo : STllln. \ ... G AIlO"EIl A" \1.. \ .. Co l umbia l n i H r .. ily .\hl s \IA II Y B. T y ping. Shorthand B.S .. I o w a S l a l e T e a c h e r;,' Colle g e M n:.. C L AIlA E F \cG Secretor y Comme r c i a l College T errc lIaule. Indiana ,\I O LGA J FHO ;, T Spallis h F r e n c h B.A.. C"lIege o f ?III. 51. Vin cent (Ill 1/ ud s o n Ne w Y ork Cil y \111. \"'111) HATCIIETT Algebrn G eo m e tr y \1." . C o l u m bia U ni\e r .. ily K \ l'I n ;fIlNE J E SSUP ElIglis h C h cmi..,lry $ lud cl1l<; "cc lilt:: p r odll c lj()ll of till': fir" l p l a .. lic buhbl e gal'> je-I .. l y le. \I.A .. Col u mbia Univcr;,ily .\In ell \lILt: ;, \li' KnOU T Ii)gien e, Fir s t Aid P h ys i c al E (JIIC(J{ioll B .S .. Sy r a c u;,c L niv e r silY

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MRS. BEltNAO Il'n: L,\L1. Y SecTetflfY ,\Ill. FIIANCIS MHH:IT Ph)sirr'/ Ed/lrafioll B.S., Univc r ... it), o f Illinoil) Mil. WALTEIi OLI\ W Spanis h GI::OIICE L EE Biology M.A .. Columb i a lIni v ,\/iss EWI SE i\ I ONIIOE Household A rts ,\111. IIE'\lo' E. MAIIHN Enclish .:'II.A .. N{'w York rni\' Ou r mal e m e m be r o f the conkin g clagg l earns the f iner points of baking a cake. COllllsclor B. \ . Rice I n'-litllte, Il omllo n, Texa s Ph. \1. l nil'. of Wi"consi n -'illS. P ATRIC I A H. O'CONNELL Physical Education B.A., New J e r ... {\, Siaic T eaclu'l's' College B .. \ .. Taylor l ni\. \I.A .. Columbia l'niver ... ilY \Ins. G. B. O,\IH. IIOOi\K Assis t ant L ibrarian Columbia Univer s it y \ (hallced !}ping. unde r t h e gu idance of EUActlc i g a favori t c subjec t will! Ihe comme r c ial "Iudenl->.

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),111. J O H N S. PETTI'GIL Ph ysic al Edll c ation B.S .. U n iv e r sity o f Notre Iii Am erican P roLl e m s clas<; pn. '8c nl and pas t D a m e rliallf'Il'!c" of th e American gove rnm e nt. D OIIQTII' HLCTOIt Phy sicI (III ((ltioll 13.' \ .. l niH'r .. ih of \ I nn l a na )11:;5 ,\lII. IHlt.!) S\\t.;o..:::oo,TJping Blisiness Corresponden ce \I.A .. l ni\(r ... il} (,f No rtli Dakola ,\11"'5 ETIIEL PITClillt Mathematic s i'II.A .. A l ba n y S t a t e Collegee \li .. bi o l ogy students tak e a brief trip inlo Ihal fascination world o f th e microscope. \II .. s ELLl' L Tllo\l\'" J Ollrnalism English. Lmin :"II.A .. Co lumbi a l niHr ... it) \11'. Wcllo n ..... implifie ... the inlrica('ie, of trigo nom e t!'} for \lath 1 2 :"IIII.DII EI) TIII\lBlRCEII Swimming l ni l e r sity o f ;\Iiami ;\ I n SUBERT T unuYf'11.1. 5 p ee r h .\I.A .. L'nive r 8 it y of Oklahoma .\111. CI.AIU-.:"Cl VO:>lll' HGII En glish, R eadill8 .\I./\.. Columbia l !nil'crl!-it}

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.\I n i\I.LI" \ \'1;1_\110 Spanish .\1. \ .. lni\e r sit)' of Nebra" ka \ 1 ....... ;\L\lm: C. W E ill Biolog) -'I.A .. Co lulll bia Ullh e r s it y .\lr ... Bri de n .... tin e s co okin g d i sco \ c r th e ri g ht way t o manage a kit c h e n .\ I H J \LUlI{T Y OHK 4m er i coll Hist o r y, Am ericall Proble m s ;\I.S .. Kan"-a<;: State T e a c h e rs' C o ll e g e .\111. I I"H O I .I) J ZIER T E l / echllnica/ Dr aw ing B.S .. Bradl ey P o l y t ec hni c I n s titut e S tlld ent,,-in the a ( h a necd m ec h anica l drawing are we ll prepare d f o r college ('{Jllr .. c<. with the g o od founda tion pro v id e d und e r th e guida nce of ,\Ir. Zie rl c n \lfI. E. \\ 11.1.1\\1 WULO,\S Il o(lIel//([(/cs B. \ . "illia m a n d \la r } -'In Fit ."" \ VII .. In. n I AlIIg uoge B.A. l ni\'t' r .. it)' of Fl o rida Th. B . So uth e rn Theo lop-i c al Sem inar} .\1 ...... \1. v. WHITMA N E lIg iish \1..\ .. \'o r t hwc"-t e rn l 'nhe r s it y \Ii ... ... Je", .. bull e tin boa r d o ffer s 1 0 Engli::h 1 2 "'tud en!::; man y ::ubjecill f o r discliss i o n .\11:':' FHA'C E S ZI)I\IlR l/a( hemo r ics \I.A . Co lumbia l n i\ e r::;it y

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* B. H S. Big Tim e Operators B. 1-1. s. B. T. o. '5 Ir: /

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Barbara B u d ge. Charles Carney. c hairman. and Richard Croco of the Senior Class "Smile Plea se Pic lUr e Co mmitt ee. Not pi ctured: .:\T arie Pi e r o bon. Fore ru nn e r s of graduation. Cap and Gown Committee, l eft t o ri ght: Burt See l ey. Charles and Nan cy .:\I udgetl. p The :.-lIper se\cn" of the Senior Clas s our Back row: D e nni.:; \1;' hite. \ i ce pr eside nt. ,\lea d Gruv er. pr eside nt. Front r o w: ,\like Cody and Barbara Fritz. S .A. Rep r e s entative ... E l ain e Lombard. cia.:;.;; s ecretary. R oyns R eece and Cha r l es Carney, S.}\. H e p r ese n tat i ves. Th e ga n g came through with a "never -to b e f o r go n e n \'al emin e Dan ce. Left to ri ght: Barbara Fritz J oan lIorler. J olil! A n n Kilb e ) ', D enni s Whit e c h airman. R alp h F e l s. and E l ain e Lom bard. Not p ictured : Ph ylli s Albrill o n

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ClASS Of It 's Sept e mb e r 1947 a nd th e seniors of '48 r ou nd t h e home stre t c h of a twelveyear ra ce t o ward graduation. It' s b ee n a l o n g time since grade 1 N. E. whe n hig h 8chool days were part of a h azy future whi c h was n t n e arly a s important as p layin g "cowboys a nd Indians or "dress up : W e don't know exactly h ow it h appe n e d but all of a sudde n we wer e fres hm e n and found ourse l ve s loving eve r y minute of th e n ew n ess of h ig h sc hool I if e The h omewo r k wasn't unbearabl e. a nd the fun we had more than mad e up for it. W e mad e n ew fri e nd s, un cove r e d and d eve l o p e d tal ents we n eve r kn ew ex i s t e d W e a ss um e d r es pon s ibiliti es and e xp e ri e n ce d the se lf s a ti sfac tion that i s th e r ewa rd for a j o b well d o n e ,... ___ around th e corn e r. as we tak e our firs t s t e p s i nto th e a dul curtain of the future, w e ca t c h a g lim p se o f a n e w life, brin ging w ith it n ove l c h alle n ging e xp erie n ces And s o w ith our m e mor i es n eatly tuc k e d away ill olle of the larger co rn e r s of ou r h ea rt s, w e say "so long" to Balboa High. j \ lr Zierl e n l o p -flight Senior hand .. Na ncy Coleman h e r cap and gOWIi.

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ALBEltT SANSON ADAM AI" San Antoni o. T exa .. A likeable lad whose green e)es lJre ul,,:uys sparkling 16th mischief and a smile thllf is no t oriousl) cOllwgiollS thro/lghout B.H.S. P.O .. 1. 2: c.P .O., 3: W le;;:;tling: B ox ing: Swimming: F oo t ball: T e n n i,,: Camera Club: Science Club of A m e rica; B and: Admiral Chall e nge C up: Ser\ice Bihboll; Watc h Squad: E o Squad : Appre n tice Seaman: Seam an: Cox;:;wain: Admiral Farragut Academy ; Friends School. PII YLLIS ALBRITTON />hyl"" Small and cll t e redheaded bundle of talent ... sparkling perSOllali l). C lass Sec. I. 2; S.A. R e p . 3; S ./\. Vice Pres . Staging. 1. 3. 4; Pru duc in g. 1. 2. 3. 4 ; Directing, 4; "Pro bl e m Father"; Won't I. 2. 3. 4; i \II-St ars_ 3 ; V o ll eyball. I. 2. 3. 4 ; All-Stars. 3; Soft b311. I. 2 3 1; G A .A.; Art Club. 1. 2; N. H.S_: Vi ctory Corps. I ; G l ee C lub: P c n Squad. I. 2: C h ee rleader. 3. 4: F as hi o n S h ow. 2: ZOlli11/l Bu:,.. M gr.; P arraket!f; Speech A ct.. 3. I ; J r.S r. Banquet Comm .. 3: C ia:,.;:; Pi c ni c Comm .. 2: Val entine Dance Com m .. 4. \ V t LLI / \ M OWEN ALEXANDEH 8;//" Lo;; Ange le:,.. Cali forn i a Th e hapfJ)-go-lll ck) loafer I(: i lll jokes jar all ... the gals go jor him 1 00. bUI deft Football. 4: 4: Ba .. l..et iJaJl 2. 3. 4: Ba i'chall. 4: Wate r P olo. 11: Tr3ck, L 2. 3 4: "B" Club: G lee Club: P e p S quad, 3; f>orr"keel Ad,.: High School ; lIi:: !!l School. R U TII E. ApPIN Rlllhie" Cololl. B epublic o f Panama Sill cere alld /r i ellIJl) ... a ga l 1/.'i ll! a II' iff to will. \ ullt"ball. 4: Ba,-ketball. 4: Arch. cry. 3 : Art C l ub. I. 2 3; and C l lt'c k e r Club, L Library A.!'''-1.. 2. B EIlTA A ZCAHHAGA Panam3. R epublic ()f Panama Ir'i!;L jlll "Befilhl" If; it" m1lsi c er' er-sooring from her sOIl/ . Iha t certai" someone will apprec ia l e ht!( cooking. B ALL Flint ,\Iichigan A wim alld /tttl-IOLillg fella whQ's stri ct/\ on fhe "bl,II"! Softball. L 2. 3: 4: ketball, L 2. 3. I: Soccer. 3: Foot hall. 1. 2: Track. I. 2: C ia..,., Part) Co mm .. 2 3. Thoma'; J effe r .,on II igh School. Wa:,.hington a n d Lee SchooL Arlington Va.; Aberdcen lI igh .sc h oo l. Bd-f\ir Hiv.h School. J O I I N FREDRICK BALSC H UN. JR. Fats" Anco n, Cana l Zon e A s u ell gil). whose nllllle is always seen 011 the B.H .5. sports line-up. Softball. I. 2: I. 2: Baseball. 3 I ; F ootball. 1. 2. 3. 1: AIIStar .... I. 2. 3 4; Wat(' r P o l o 3 4; Baskctba ll. 4 ; Award; Attendance A ward. 2 3. BAH B AIlA ANN P anama, R epublic of Panama Short, dark. (lnd t errific desc r ibes to a tee this bundle 0/ pep j r o m Call1holl. Volleyball. I 2 4: Softball. 1 2; Archery. ] : G lee Club. 1. 2. 3. II: P e p Squad. 1. 2; C h ee rl ea d e r. 4-: Fas h i o n S h ow. ,,: Sant a Hig h Sch ool. 3. CAIWLlNE NANCY BEl L Connie"' Co l o n Canal Zone il/illess ... el er/astillg elle rg ) and pretty browII hair make "Collllie"' onc of the best_ S iagin g. 1 : Softb a ll. 1. 2. 3 k All Stars. l. 2.3: V olley b a ll. I. 2 3 4: Ba s k etball. 1. 2, 3. 4 ; Swimming;. L 2. 3 : Wate r Ball e t. I : Band. L 2. 3. I : Glee Club, 1 2. 3. 4: tra. 1. 2. 3 .... : VictQr y Corp s 1: Fashion Show. 3 4: Award: S p o n s Award: ZOlliol1. I: C la s'; P i c nic COI11I11 .. 2; S "-. Club Co m I'll. ; Zotlial1 Ad v .. 4; P e p Squad CAROLYN BELL 'Te.t" B astrop. Texa.\> A lass with twinkling brolt'll e) es a pert turn ed-up no se lIIId (f qllick smile lor oTle lint! oil. Voll ey ball 1. 2. 3 : AIIStar;:;. L 2. 3: Bas k e tball. L 2_ 4: AllSlars. 1. 2: Soflba ll. I. 2 : 2: G.A .A .. 2,3, I : S p a ni s h C lub: G lee Cl ub. 2. 3.4; P cp Squad. 2 3 : Sport .. Award, 2: Part)' COIllIll" I : C Ia;;:;;;:; P i c ni c Co mm .. 2: Ou achita Pari" h Hi g h Sch oo l. ,\lonrof:. LOLLi:,.iana. CLOTILOE M BEN AVIDE S Cloli" .\Iullugua. Nicaragua Lighth e art e d (flld optimist ic "sharp) in the spor i s 1IJ0rlt!. Vollc y ball. L 2. 3 4: .All-Star;;:;. 3 : B a .. kt.'lhalL L 2. 3. 4: S oftball. L 2. 3. l: L 2. 3: .Arc h er). l. 2. 3. 4: G.A.A .. J: Span i .. h Club. 2. 3, 4: Vic tOr) Corps. 1: Glee C l ub. 1. 2.3.4: P e p Squad. I. 2. 3, 1: Sport-. Award. I. 2,3. +: Pa rrakeet AI"-. 4: Parmkeet Ad,. Aw a rd I. l\ IERIHT BEN DEIl "Bill"" Fai r Oaks T all lind goodlookillg ... his 111 isc hiel 'olls g r in, friend/l llnd manners m(lk e him oTle oflhe fellollJs It' c'lI al/ remember.

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B U RTO N J. BENOIT Fr e n c h y JUI/ior" Ail eon Ca n al Zon e Amiable glly wi t h a m (m ll e r t ha t wills him i l/llllmerable f riends ... lllw(l)S reacl) with greetings Jar all. F oo tball. I. 2 3. 4; Ba<;cb a ll. 2. 3 4; Ba .. kclba ll. 3. 4 : Sw i m m i n g. 3. 4 : \'('aler P o lo. 3 ..... : T rack. 3 .... : Bio log:) Club. DOROTHY B O W E R "Texas" Fo ri Sam 1-I0llslo n Texac; (ls), going frie ndly It'ay C1pprecillled newcomer to 11.1-1.5 ... red-headed temper doesn' t opp/) 10 Ollf T e.':' Cia .. ". I : Euclid i a n ;\I al h e m al ieal Soc . 2. 3: Ge n cllis C lu b 2 3 ; Sc r ibb l e rs. 2. 3: F i n e Art Soc .. 2 3: C la<;s Scholasti c Soc . 2: P e p Sq u ad 2. 3 : lIi g h Sc hool. Silver Twain H i g h Sch ool. J effe r so n H i g h SclHJOI. Sa n A nt o niu. T exa .. : C rilllo, h a l H i g h Sch oo l Cristobal. C. Z. B E TTY BOYD R ic h a rd so n North D a kota tr' ith t he red naif polish (lnd the light b r own hair. G lee C ilih. 1. 2 3 : P e p S qll a d 1. 2. 3: Lilnar) AS:.t .. I. 2: OU ice A ..... 1.. I. CAH;\IEN A NITA BHIGIIT "Nin;" Ancon. Ca n al Zon e B righ t Car mel! ... an fllllbitiollS gal futu r e a rt is t VolJe}b a ll. 2 .4; Soft b all. 2; S p a nish Club. 2: I\lusi c Club. 3: Ar t C lub 3: Fashi o n S h ow. 2. 3: Art Awa rd L AHHY BHO W N ,1{uscies" D ctroi t. A fellou' //Jith sillcer;t) lIlId franklless Ihal htl s lIIade him 111(111) lasling f r iellds. BARBA RA JOAN B U DGE Budge" Ogden. Texa ... P e tite blonde wi t h a contagious fr i elldli n ess ill he r smiling blue e)es. C l ass Sec .. ]: V olleyba ll. 1. 2. 3: Bask ctba ll. 2 3 4; AllSt a r s. 2; Softball. I 2, 4 : Tillu : r Club \icePre .... 2 : C lin c h i n g C law": \ic t o r y Co rp s. I : B a n d 2. 3. 4: C h o ru"'. 3. l : Pep Squad. 3: O fficc A ..... 1.. I : B a n d l e iter. 2: Parrakeet l : \'(' hit e Su lphu s lIi g h Sch ool: L owell Il ig h Sch ool. BEN BURNS San J o,;e. California A co mbinatioll of good looks. a sellse 0/ hlllllor and a "swoolled.ol :er" voice have made Bell the poplilar newcomer he is. "Diggi n g u p the Dirt:' 3: Football 2 .3: B al'ke t ball. 2: O rchestra. I. 2. 3.4: G lee C lu b. 3. 4-; Show. 4: C ia"' ... Parl y Comm .. 4: Sal il a )' l a r ia High S c honl: .\larY"'"ill e f-li"h School. .. CHMl LE S L. CAR NE Y Y o rk P e nn sy lvania A /Iashillg grin t haI calls lor a smile from ) Oll n sincer e friend. S.A. Rep .. 4; "Ou r Hearts Wer c Youn g and Ga} ": Footba ll. 3, 4 : W a t e r P olo. 3 I : Ba;;;eball. 3 : Soh. ball. 4: B a .. ketball. 3, 4: Track. 3. 4 : O a nce Comrn .. 3: Kromcr H igh Sch ool. HOM E R EN CII EN P ei pi ng. C hi na Cifl 0/ genills f r om China 1o B .II .S. ... a big grin lor ash) /el/olt'. 4: Ca m c r a C l ub. 1: G lee C lub. 2, 3: Track t \ ward : Kweil i n Sch ool. C h k h I\lidd l e Sch ool. C hin a. PETE R i\I!NC II UNG CIIEN K wa ng:.i Pru\in ce. C hin a H is pe r pe t ual ,uill (ln d cheer /Ill mall. ner h(lL'e made Pete" a welcome (lddi l ion t o B /I .5. Fo otba ll. 4 : Wat e r P o l o 3 : So ftball 3, 4 : Basketball. I. 3 4 : G lee C luL, I. 3. 4: S p eec h A cti" ili es 3 : ,\Ia n s han H ig h Sch ool. K wa n gs i i n ce, C hina. RONALD C R E WE Cli I SHOL;\I San Fra n cisco. Ca lif ornia (Sciellce)z pillS ( B rai ns) pillS ( Friendlin ess)3 e q uals ROil ald. So ftball 4: C h cs ... a n d C h ec ke r Club. 4: C h ern. L ab. As...! .. 3: C h e m L a b -""'51. A wa r d, 3. PATIUC K S. COAKLEr Pat" A n con. Ca n a l Zone N ere's (/ cheer/Ill Illd. well wo rt h knowin g. "Ore"'s .-\nother P air o f Spectacles": S i ag i ng. I. 2: Camera Club. I. 2: V ic t o r)' Corps ] : C Ia;;; .. P a r ly Co m m .. 1 : l"nion lIigh School. Grand R a pid"-.

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MICIIAEL J. CODY ;',l/ike" An con Canal Zone Th e he ckled librarian . penetrating blue eyes. S. A R e p . 4: Badminton: T ennis ; Trac k ; Biol ogy Club Pres .. 4; G lee Club. 2. 3, .,: library A ss t.. 4: C h ern. Lab Assl .. 3; Fa s hi o n S how 4 ; Parrakeet Aclv. 4; Bluffto n Hig h Scho ol. N A NCY COLEMAN Pittsburgh. P e nn sy lvania Ollr Noney with ,he IOl/ghing eyes and the fre ckled lIose. Staging. 1. 2. 3; Volley ball 1. 2. 3; Ba s k c lb31J. I. 2 3 4; So ftball. I. 2. 3 ; Arc h e ry, 2. 3 ; Art C lub 1. 2 ; G lee C l ub. 2, 3 I'; Pep Squad, 1. 2. 3 ; S port s Award. 3; P a rrak eet Ad v .. 3 ; Pmrakeel Adv. Award. 3; Parra keet. 4; Dance Comm .. 2. MAXINE COUCHMAN "Missouri" Bran son. i ss our'i A Cllte l i llI e pac kage w ith a sel/se 0/ hllm or. bllt del! A c lin g. L 2; V olley ball. I. 2. 3: Band. 3. 4: G lee C l ub. I. 2. 3. 4: P e p Squad. 1. 2. 3: Library A ss t.. 1 2. 3 : S peech A c t. 3; Branso n H i g h School. Brans o n Mo. C I I A IlLES COUSLAND "Pat" Was hin gton, D. C. P e r sonality. w innirl g smile and good l oo k s nlflke o n e w e won I jo r get. F ootba ll 2. 3. 4: All-Sta r s. 4: Base ball. 3: Track. 3. 4: AIIStars. 3. 4: Ba s ketball. 2. 3. 4: lI i.Y 2: "B" Club. 3. 4: Ca p a n d Gow n Comm. 4: L o n !;fe ll o w I li:,!h Scho ol. K ea rn ey. Ne hra ... ka. R. C RENSIIAW J1!oe" Jus tin. T exa5 A quie t c hal J till yOIl ge t to know him alld thell cle ar th e decks jor a c t ion. Arlingt o n IIci,:tht s lIi g h School: Pasc al Hi g h Sch ool. RICHARD CROCO "Croc" Pittsburgh. Pennsy lvania Qlliet in l elligence ... genial t o one and all. a surprising sense oj hllmor. Football. 2. 3. 4: All-Star s. 3. 4: Ba s k e tball. 2. 3.
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HALPII \l; 'ILUAi\1 FELS L a n s ing. Mi chigan Our own camera mflll ... complete wi t h laughs g%re and a quick come back to any remark. Football. I. 2. 3. I : Ba se ball. J. 2. 3. 4: Ba" ketba ll. 1. 2. 3. 4: T rac k 2: Golf. 3: T ennis. 3: Camera Club. 2.4; Bio l ogy C l ub. 2 ; Ridi n g Club. I. 2: San d. I 2. 3: Or c hestra 3: G l ee C lub. 3; Drum and Bugle Corps. 3: Librar y A"sl.. 3: Fa shion S h ow. 4; Pho t o Award 2 : MUfli c Award. 3; Zoniafl. 2. 4; / )orrakeet. 2 4; Val. e ntin e Dance Comm .. 4 : K e mp e r Sc hool. 3. HUBY EDNA FERGUSON R ubyson" Da v id R e public o f Panama T oll and !!rect. olltstanding on the gym / Ioor. L s her. 1 : Basketba ll. 2. 3. 4: AIlS t a r:.. 3: Soh ball. 2. 3 : Voll ey ball. 2. 3. 4: Spanis h Club. 3. 4: OUi ce A ss t.. 4: Sports Award. 1. 2: All endanceAward .3: His1. Award. I : Flint rid ge Sac r ed I Ieart Academy: H o l y ramil y l!i g h Sch ool. JOAN FEnnO "GerIllY" Col on. R e publi c o f Panama Bubbli"g personality and sparkling eyes c hartlcteri:.e ollr /rierully L (llin. American gal. Volleyba ll. 1. 4: Softba ll. 4: Arc h ery. 4: Victory Corps. I: G lee Club. 1. 2.3: P ep Squ ad. I. 2. 3. i k F ashio n S how_ 4: P arrakeet Ad"., 4. fELIX A FILOS Panama Repuhl ic (If P anama Qllhk .. ever-studio u s ... depend "ble lad. credit to the Senior Oass. C he::." a n d C h ecke r C lub. 4: N.II.S .. 4; G l ee C lub. I. CENOVEVA FONSE C A "lel/ny" Ancon. Canal Zon e A Lat in bombshell ... lull 01 sp i ce find everything nice Volleyball. I. 2. 3: Basketball. 1. 2: Softba ll. I. 2: Spa ni s h C lub. 1. 2: V i cto r y Cor ps. I : Glee Cl ub. l. 2. 3: Fashi o n Show. I. MAHIA FRANCESCHI Salvador. Pu erto Ri co One l ikeable se rlOr ita ... her Iriendl) will "elter be lorgo tten MARY ELAINE FRANCE Y "Molly" Ca nal Zone A friendl) smile lind (I cheery air add lip t o innllmerable Iriends lor "Molly" La dy 01 the Pr ess. "Daisy Won't T ell"; "Our Heart s Y ou n g and Gay": Producing. 4; Staging. 4; Usher. 3; Voll ey ball. I. 2 3. 4: Basketba ll. l. 4; Softball. I. 2. 4; Swi mming. 3; Riding C lub. 1 ; Spani ... h Club. 2; Came r a Club. 2; N.H .S .. 4-: Vic t o r y Corps. I: G l ee Club. I ; P ep S qu ad. 1. 2. 3. 4: Library A ss t .. 2. 3: Office Asst.. 4; Porrr:!,:eet, 4; Parrakeet. Ad\, .. 4; Ca rd::. and An n o un ce m ent" COIllIll .. 4: D ance Comm .. 2; S p eec h Act.. 3. JIMMY FHA SER Ilarrodsburg. K e nt ucky Thal dark wallY hair and sOllthern accent hcve mode more tha" one girl's bobby socks cur/. Football. 4; AII,Slars. 4 ; Wa l e r P olo. 4: Baseball. 4: Track. 4-: Basketball. t k "S" Club. 4; H arrodsbur g Hi gh School. EnNEST FREUDi\ I AN "Radish" Vie nna A u s tria H is bright "hello" starts t he day 01/ right. So ftb a ll. 1. 2; 2. 3. 4; Football. 4; Water 1'010.3.4; Track. 3. 4 ; Stamp C l ub. 4; Att e ndance Awa rd 3. BAHBAHA FUlTZ "Bogey" Pro,idence. Rhode I s land Vivaciolls and ve r soti/e is this agi!e bunch of pep ... endowed with an ;ncomp(lwb/e gilt 0/ gab. S.A. R e p .. I. 4: S t agi n g I. 3: Producing. 2.3.4: "Problem F a th e r": Usher. 3; Volleyball. I. 2. 3. 4: AIIStars. 2. 3. 4: Bas k e tball. I. 3. 4-: All-Star:.. 1. 4-: Softball. I. 2 3. 4: All-Star". 1. 2: G.A. A .. 2.3.4; Vic e Pres .. 4-: N. H.S .. 4: Rid i n g Club. 1 ; Sta mp Cl ub. 3: Var s ity C l ub. 2: Victory Corps. 1 : G lee Cluh. I. 4: Pep S qllad. I. 2: Cheerleader. 3. 4: Offic e A ss t .. "\: Sport s Award. 1.3: I '(lrro keel. 4: C l ass P
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TIIANE H ELEN GEE "Tan-Gee" Buffalo. New York Sweetness personified peaches Imel cream complexioll alld music box I(lughter. Tr3C'k. 3: Cho r us 4. J O H N G ILL "Jack" Philadelphia. P enns ylvania The practical joker Ilf/wedie Illble character who's alwtl)s Oil halld lor laughs. Us h e r. 3: F ootball. 1. 2. 3. 4: AIl Star;;;; Sohabll. 1. 2 3; All -S t a rs; Trac k. 1. 2. 3; All-Stars: Baseball. I: Water Pol o. 3. 4: Basket ball. 1. 2.3: Swimllling.3; GleeClub: I \ward: Dance COI1lIll .. Cristobal II ig:h School. GLORIA FAY GLAZE 'Clo" Fort Banks. Take a smoo tlt gal with (l IJersollulity. add /illS, alld )Oll have (Jllr Gloria. Staging, 3: \ o lleyball. 1. 2. 3. 4; All Stars. 1.2.3; Sohball. 1.2.3.4: AIl Stars. I 2; Ba s ketball, 1. 2. 3. 4; Swimminr::;. 1. 2. 3. 4; A r c h e ry. 2; G.A.A .. 2. 3 4: Victor y Corps. 1; Glee Club, I. 2.3: Pep Squad. 1. 2. 3. 4; Sport s Awa rd : Zonian. 4: ;\Iarch of Dimes COlllm .. 4; ACI'.at i c Show. 4: Arling ton Height s Itig h School. FI. Texa .... LOIS GLENN LOllS"" lI i ldrcl h. Nebra ... ka The gal with the bTllins. qlliet (/fir! swee t ... loads o//riends. Stagi n g. 2. 4; Voll ey ball, 2 4; Philatelic Club. Sec.Treae: .. 4: P c p Squad, I. 2' Library 1. 2: Office Ase:1.. k Speech .r\ct.. k NYDI A GONZALE Z "Rusty" David. R epublic of Panama Ashy smile. soft brown e) es al/tl a 11' lIr", /riefli/lilless ... ollr own Nydia. \ olleyball. 1; Softball 2; Bae:ketball. I: Swimming. 1. 2: Ca mera C l ub. 1: !=ipani ... h Club. I: Glee C lub, I: Pep Squad. 2; Nue.,tra Senora de loe: ;\ngelc". \ ICTOHIA G tHFO "Toya" An eoll. Canal Zone There's loughter on Iter lips 0//1/ li/e iI/ Iter s11UIJping dark e) es. \ olle}'ball. 1. 2. 3. 1; Bae:\..clbaJl I. 2. 3 . l: Softball. I. 2. 3: Spani"h Club. 4: Glee Club. 1. 2: Fa .. hion Show. 2. i\ IEAD SCHAEFfER GRUVER "Bo" Aberdeen. A terrific Senior Prex)" with an abundance 0/ looks and pe r sonality ... h e's t ops with everyone. .. 1. 4: Football. 2. 3. 4 ; AIIStare:.4: Track. 2. 3. 4: All-Stars 3. 4: Ba sketball. 2. 3: "B" Club: \ ice-Pree: .. 4: N. H.S.; ports Award: Jr.-Sr. Banquet COIIIIII .. 3: Natl. War Bond Presentation: We s t e rn Hi g h School. Washington. D. C J ANE MARY HANFORD Hanl w i c k. Vermont A wltiz on th e baske t ball COllr l her winning smile alld sunny disposi. tion hal' e mllde Iter one 0/ 0 pair we'II,,1I remember. Clas::. Treas .. 1: Class Pres .. 2; S l ag ing. 3. 4: l 1. 3: Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4-: AIIStars. 2. 3; Softball. 2. 3: G.A.A . 1. 2.3: H ik i ng C lub. 2: Gi rl Guard 1. 2; B a n d. 2. 3: G l ee Club. I. 2. 3; Ba sketball Awa rd: De c. Com m . 2; Hardwi c k j \ead.; Co lorad o Sprin gs Hi gh School. J EAN HANFORD H a rdwi ck. \ 'ermonl J eallie witlt the shin illg brown h(lir .. II basketball shllrpy ... we /Vo,,'t /orgct her pert. ye l ve ry swee t /VllyS. C la
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BAHBARA JO HATCHETT "Barb" Co l on. Republic o f Panama L o/'eab l e laughable B(Irb" peppy kid thaI' s alt( (I)s g(lbbing Ice 10l'e thaI gal. Siaging. 3: V o ll ey ball. 1. 2. 3 4: Ba s k elball. 1. 2. 3. 4: Archery. 2 : Softball. 1. 2. 3 4: '\rt C lub. I: P e p Squad. 1. 2.3.4: Zonian. 4: Z onian Ad".: Somenille. lIigh Sc h ool. JOANNE H ATC HETT 1 0" Barnesv ill e. G eorgia The SWOOII gal 01 the Senior class .. "Oh. )0// bea/Jti/lll doll." FRA"CIS J. HAYDEL New Orlean ... L Olli"iana Il e grillS Irom f'llr to ear I n the most disturbing fashion ; fi e laugh s a lot alld jokes a lot BUI for work he has no passioll. Fool ball. 1.2.3. I: AIISlar ... 4: Ba .. e ball. 1. 2. 3. 4: Ba-=kt:lball. I. 2.3.4: Water P a in. 3 4: Band. J. 2. 3: F a .. hion Show. 1. NANCY HEFI NGTON "Nmlce" Ventllra. Ca lif ornia The c am em is her right hand .. talented ... here's 10 success! V o ll eyball. 1. 2. 4: Ba .. kelball. 1. 2. 4: Softba ll. 2. 3. 4: Arc h e n 3 4: Mu s i c C lub I. 2. 3 : Vice Pre.;: .. 2: Ca mera Club. 4-: Glee C lub. I. 2 3. 4 : Peo Squad. I. 2. 4-: Library A ss \.. 2: Phy .. i c .. Lah. " .. I.. 1: lonion. 4: Junior Antholog\'. 3: 'santa Paula l nion H igh School: In g l ew ood I 'nion H igh 'school. lOA iiENtEY ,lImlen," i\lanaf?;LtIl. N icaragua A Latin la ss wi th Ull engagi"g rer sonality .. fats of filII aud gOOll rompany. \ o ll(')''';dl. I. 2. 3. I: Snftba ll. I. 2. 3. 4: Ba"kethllll 1. 2. 3 4: Spani .. h Cluh. 4: Glt'" Cll1h. I: Office A sst. 4: Fa s hion Show. 3. BARBARA ANNE HENTGEN "Bobbie" D c troit. Dresden China featl/res .. pet i t e ... golden braids und fair skin the envy of liS all! Archery. I: Vic tory Corp ... ] : Glee Club. I. 4: Pep Squad. I : Parrakee'. 4. BUHNICE H ERIUNG Fish" Philade lphia. P en n sy h ania A Gamboa specicrlt) I(' ith magic leet and a sparkling personalit). Football. I. 2. 3. 4: AIIStars. 2: Waler Polo. 3. 4: Ba"cball. t: Soh ball. J. 2. 3; 1. 2; Trac k. 3. 4: 3: Basketball. 1. 2. 3, 4. WIL;\I A HIDALGO Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone A smile on her lips and (l sonG ;11 her heart . bellts (I puppy lor friendliness. Volleyball. 3. 4; Arche ry 3, 4: Soh ball. 3 4: l\lus i c Club. I. 2: Gl ee Club. I. 4: P e p Squad. 4: Library .-\s s t.. I. 2.3.4-: Fa s hion Show. 2. 3 : lonian. 4: Card .. and Comm .. 4: Cla .. s Pari), Comm .. l. JAC K B. HILLIARD "Brigg s" \'\:'ads ..... orth. Ohio The man with Ih( horn (mt/ the grin ... ever) body's pal. Football. L 2.3.4: Softball. I. 2.3. 4; Ba sketball. 2 3. 4; Water Polo. 3. 4; Victory Co rp s. I; Band. I. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra, 3. 4; Chorus. 3. 4; Award; Dance Comm.: S.t\. Club Comm. DOMINGO DAVID HINDS "Crinky" Anc o n. Canal Zon e Quick smile . he and his motor scoote r arB inseparable comp anions .. a man ll:ilh brains and brolt'n. Softball. 2. 3: AIIStare:. 2. 3; Ba s e ball. I. 4 ; Ba s k e thall. I. 2. 3 4: Football. I. 2. 3 4: Trac k. 1: Water Polo. 3; Swimmin g. I. 2. 3: Camera Club: Spo rt s A ..... ard. ENRIQUE H o Panama. Republic of Panama lIa th wht': ... genial se n se of /Illmor .. thri ves on hard work. Softball, 2.3: Ba sketball. t: C he .. s and Checker Club Sec .. 4: N.lI.S .. 4: G lee Club. 1. 2. FRED H ODGES An con. Canal Zone Slow and easy going .. likeable fella fisherman's lu c k. Biology Club. 2: Woo ster Hi g h School.

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J OAN HORTER i o(ulie" A ncon. Canal Zone A golden slreak of bubbling [ ita/ill . "modl'! "'a/erill!" figure und (In incomparable persoflalil). G.A.A .. 2. 3, I: Pre.:-. I: Voll ey ball. 1.2.3.4: \I1-Slar ... 1. 2.3.4: Baskethall. I. 2. 3. \!I -Star .. I. 2. 3. 1: Softball l. 2. 3. 4: AIISlare. 1. 3: Swimming. I : Arc ht'TY. l. 2: Sport .. Award. I. 2. 3. 4: 1. 2. 3. 4; 3: P roblem Father:' 3; U< er. 2. 3 ; Arl Club. l. 2. 3; Tn.-a.:::., 3: V i C I O r } Cor p .. 1 : C l ee Club. 1. 4; Pep Squad. 1. 2; Office A ss t.. : Fashion Show. 4: N.lLS .. 4: lonirlll. 4; ParmA-e"t /\dv .. 3: lonion Adv .. 3. 4: Cla ss Party Comm.. I; Danc e 2; S.A. C lu b Comlll .. l. 3: Christmas Dance Comm .. 3 : alt'lllille D:lnce Comm .. 4. rilED H ORTON "FrederQo" Laconia. New Hampshire Endowed with oodles of persollulit) and (l keen sense of humor avprs;on to work. Fo otball. 1. 2. 3. 4: AIIS lar .... 4: 1. 2. 3. 'l: Basket ball. 2. 3. I I : Track. 3. 4: Water P olo. 3. 4: "B" Club, 3. 4: P e p SUliad. 3: Award. 3: Brunsw i c k lI igh School. J ACOB M. I SAAC Pap"" P a nama. R eplt bli c o f Panama The gllY with the tie ... full of flln (lnd folly. Baseball. I : Softball 2: Glet' Club. 4. CYNTHIA L AUnA JAFFRAY "C\nd)" yonker .... New Y o r k flow ll;e ent. ) her beautiful blonde hai r cllte. with charm and (I friendl) manner. Volleyball. I. 2.4: Riding C lub. 1 : Clee C l ub. 1. 3: Lihrary A .. s!.. I. 3. 4. JOliN ELVI N JOHNSON. III J ohnny" Kansas Ci ty. l\l is souri J oh/lll)' alwa", s 011 t he spOI with (f cheerfu l "lfi!" Coif. 3: H iY. 3. 4; Spanish Club. 3. 4: Literary Cluh I. 2: Art Club. I. 2: C l as" Dance Comm .. 3; C lo\' e r Park IIi!.:h School. West Pori Hi gh Sch llol. Cily. ;\10.: Cristoba1 H igh SchooL R OBEHT j OIlNSO:>' "Bob" Ancon, Canal Zone A bo) with a u.:ink. a smile and a hello for his many friends. Football. I. 3. 'l; Softball. I. 3: Water Polo. 3, 4: Ba :.eball .f; Basketball, 1.4; Track. 4. JAMES A JOLI.EY "Slim" Ancon. Canal Zo n e A happy fel/o/(: with a (fellil.maycare kind of grill Track. 3; All-Stars. 3: Softball. 2: Football. 2: B a .. ketball. 2; Glee Club. 4. GERTRUDE j OUSTRA "Dutc h;c" P a t e r s o n New J e r sey A cme YOlln15 miss wi th lallghing btlle eyes and a warm friendly smile. V ollcy b a ll. I. 2.3.4: Basketball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball. 1. 2. 3 : Victo r y Corps. I : G lee C lu b. 1. 2. 3, 4: Pep Squa d. 1. 2: Hi g h Sch ool. 1. K OTALIK "1/ike" Philadelphia. Penn .. ) 1\ ania Qlliet man1lt'r bil l a friendl) air. a regular gil). Football. I. 2. 1 : Camer a C l ub. 1. 2; Glee Club. 1. 2 : H azelton l-lil"h School: lIigh School. BEBNAIW KELLEII ER . F rell chic" Springfield. ;\1 3 s"achu:.etts Quiet guy ... he loues baseball ali(I everybody loues him. 1. 2. 3. 4: AIlStars. 3. 4: Fo otball. 1. 2. 3. 4 : "Vater P o l o. 3: Basketball. 3: "B" C lub; Bi olog) C lub. J OLlE ANN KILUEY St. J osep h. \I i ssouri A lithesome young miss with (I c apti l'ating personalit,. alld (J friendl) (lir. Staging. 1. 2. 3; Volic) ball. 1. 2. 3. 4: Ba s k e t b a ll. I. 2. 3; Soft b a ll. I. 2. 3.4: Victory Corp s I: Orches tra I. 2.3.4: P c p Squad. 4 ; Offi cc Ass !.. 4; Fas hion S h ow. 2. 3: S port s Award: ,'Ius ic Award: ZOll;OIl. 4: Dance Comm .. 3: Va lentin e Dan ce COlllm .. 4. GRACE CECILI A KLEI N "Chela" Panama. R epublic of Panama Dimples. bubbling smile ond wings 011 her fee t ... well dressed. Volleyball. 2. 3. 4: Basketball. 3 : Softball. 2 3 .J: Spani s h Club. 2: ;\Iu s ic Club. 3: Clee Club, 1. 2. 4; Fas hi on. 2. 3.

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,(Jd tIwu pink JOHN DAVID LANDER S "Scrollge" Ga l ves t o n. Texa s H e re is one lor the girls. loll, blond. and terrifi c Base ball. 4; Bas ketball. 4; Fa s hion S h ow, 4; P a rrakeet Adv" 4. R USSELL M. LAWRENCE R uss" P ori land Oregon faf/ and handsome ... olle 0/ OIlT better guys in the othletic lield. LOIS G. LEE "Nato" Co [all. R epublic of Panam a Ha v ing a good (ime (lIIywhere wi,h an yone is just olle Q/ her man)' V olley ball. 1. 2. 4 : Basketball, 4; Badminton. I; Soh ball. 4; La Pas 1. 2. 3. "; Camera Club. 1. 2. 4; Glee C luh. ] ; Pep Squad. 2. 4; Fa sh ion S how. 4: Cris t obal High School; Immaculate \V ARREN LEON Panama, R epublic o f Panama Friendl) lind smiling ... a /lice G"Y 1 0 hove arollnd. MOISES LEVY C hiriquc. Republic o f Panama Th e I Q. which I/ oises has atwined makes liS proud to have him in our class. Soft ball. .. : Bas ketball. 4; Chess and C h ecke r Club Treas., 4; N.H .S. T r eas .. 4; Glee Club, I. 2. 3; Chcm. Lab A ss 1.; H o n o r Award. RENEE LLOPIS 'Bobby Co l o n Republic of Panama Olle 0/ oll r more demll r e lassies. a ccen t on a graciolls manner and (J sweet disposi t ion. Volleyball. 1. 2. 3; Basketball. 1 2. 3; Sohball, I. 2. 3; Ar c h ery, I. 2; Glee C lub. I. 2,3; Victor), Corps; Pep Sq uad 1. 2; Office A ss t. 2 ELAINE LOMBARD Ancon. Cana l Zone Her qlliet beauty is but (he re / lection 0/ a heart t hat's solid gold. S.A. R ep .. I ; C l ass Sec .. 3. 4; Sta ging J. 2. 3. 4: Prod u cing, 2. 3. 4; Dir ec ting. 4; "Problem Fath er"; "Ollr Hearts Were Youn g and Ga)"'; Bus. Littl e Theatre : Ushering,. 3 ; Voll eyba ll. l. 2.3.4; Basketball. I. 2 3. 4: Softball. I. 2: Swimming. I. 2; Riding Club. I; N.H .5. Vice Pres .. 4; Victol")' Co r ns. I; Clef." C l ub. l. 2. 3. 4; P ep Squad. 1. 2; Fa s hion Show 4; Sport s Award. 1. 3; Parrakeet Ed .. 4; Parrakeet Ad\, .. 3; Zonia" Ad\, .. 4; Jr.S r Banquet Com m.: Danc e Com m.. 4; River High Schon!. JAMES LEROY LUNDY Ancon. Ca n a l Zon e P e rfe c tion personified. S. A. Pres .. 4; Class Pres .. 4 ; S.A. R ep .. 2; Producing 4; 2. 4 : "Seve n Kev s t o Ba ldoate" ; "Our H ea rt s Wt:re Young and Gay"; Fres h man Pl avs ; Usher. 1. 2.3.4; F oot. ball. I. 2. 3 4: AIIStar s. 4 : Water Polo. 3. 4: AIIStar s 3 4; Ba se hall. 1. 2. 3. 4; AIIStars. 1. 2. 3. 4; Bao:. ketball. L 2. 3. 4: AIIStar s 3; Track. 3. 4 : AIIStar s. 4 ; Spo rt s Award. 3. 4; "B" Club; Gl ee C l ub, 2; Victory Corp s. 1; C h ern. Lab. Asst.. 3: Fash ion S h o ...... 4; Zo"ian. 4; P arrakee t. 4: S. A C l u b Co mm., 1 ; Cla ss Pi c ni c Com m .. 2 ; Class Parly Co mm .. 1; N.H.S .. 4; CH.\RLES 1. MALDONADO P anama. Rt:publi e of Panama A Spanish cab allero ... quiet bllt always lcillir.g to join the /11". CONWAY MAI'HIS Aneo n. Cana l Zon e A love lor people makes her /riendl)' and cordill l ... illTlute/y serene. Volleyball. 4; Sohball. 4 5; Ba s k e t ball. 2 ; Stamp CI"b Vice Pres .. 4; Vic l orv Corpo:.. I; Fa s hion Sho ...... 4; Lee H igh Schoo l. The M o nlverde Sch ool. Florida. Cris t oba l Hi g h Schou I. VICTOR MASON "Vic" ,\lus k ego n .\ I i c higan A se n se 0/ hilmar supreme w ith blond hair and blue eyes can only be Ollr . II i c." F oo lball ; AIIStars: Baseball; Soft ball: Basketball; Track; Band; Or c h estra; C r isto b a l High Sch ool. ELSA MCGOWE N "Ca r i/as" Lima. P eril Qllier ... wistful smile. smok) eyes ... liked by all. Soflball. 3; Spanish Club. 3; Essay Club. 1. 2. 3; Chorlls. 2. 3. 4; Pep Squad. 3; Fa s hion Show. 3.

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JAMES R. BO..,IOI1. )tass achuselt<; A refreshing air of IITICOrlCern and a friendly hello lor all. LOU I SE K. l\ I C i\lANUS "Lulu" Sf. Loui s A ,, gol ,('jlh personality plus ... a (mile Ihat sends you ... a I('onder. Ill! girl Staging. 4; Usher. 3; Bas ke t ball. 1. 4 ; Softball. 1. Volley b all. Watel' BaHet.
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ANi\. NICHOLS New London. Connecticul Trith her mischielOlls brown e)es. OlleTwhelming enthusiasm and hil. arious wit ... Arw can't be beat! \ olleyba ll. 4; Basket hall. Soh ball. 4 ; T e llni ... 1; Swimming, 1; Orthope di c Gui l d. 3 ; P ep Squ ad. Parrakeet A(h.; Charm Co mm.; Aitllnni Ctmull.; Father Daughter Banquet; Roo'e\eil II i:,::h School. DIC K NITTO "Cuin,," Brookly n New Y ork Ca.sltal alti t ude a"d (/ frielldl) /('a) ... a smile that gets the girls Football. Track. 4; Baseball. 4 ; Ba sketball. 3; Softball. 3; Victory Corps. I. 2. 3 ; p('p Squad; Sport:;; Award; Danc e Cmum.. I 2; C ri s tobal II igh School. \VALTEH C. OLIIOEF'T "fll/)" \kron. Ohil') A cOllstant smile rel eals '"W(lI/I" as op t imistic. humorous (lIId //In. IOI'ing. Football. I. 2.3. I; ,\lIStar,. 2. 3.4; \Vater P o l o. 3. AIIStar ... 3. 4; I. 2.3. I; AlI.Slar ... 2. 4 ; I. 2.3. I; 3 4; --B" C lub; Sport .. Award; Parrakeet. 4. A UIlE LIO I. PAHRA "l'eyo" Panama. Republic of Panama A ce arrist lor 1/./-1.5. publications ... sllpersportsman. Ba:;;eball. 2. 3. I ; AllS t ars. 2 .3.4; Football. 2. 3. 1; AIlStars. 4; --B-Club; Glee Cluh. 2. 3. 4; Quill and Scroll. 3; P(Urakeet. I. 2 3 ; Zonian. 4. NUVIA CECILIA PASA;\IANTE Panama. Republic of Panama A top athlete that has helped brillg 8.1-1.5. glory. Volleyball. I. 3. 4 ; AIIStars. 1. 3. 4; Ba s k e tb a ll. I. 3. 4; AIlSlars I 3: Sohball. I. 3. 4; AIIStar s. 1 ; C.A.A .. 3. 4; Sport'" Award. 1. 3. ARTliun MEHRILL P ATTEN "IJlldd) Bar Harbor \Iaine An overflowing /riendliness. wit find personality make "8lfdcly" the won de r/1I1 gil) he is. F ootball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball 3; Ba s k etball. I. 2. 3. I ; \Vater P o l o 3. 4; All S tar:;;. 3. 4; Swimmin g. 3. 4; All Stars. 3; Bar Harbo r lI i gh School. BERTA ALICI A PENA Panama. Republic of Panama Our definition of lJerta is a long loooooow whistle \ olle}'ball. 1. 2. 3. I; 1. 2. 3. 4; Softball. 1. 2. 3 i Spani sh Club. 1. 2. 3. Glee Club. 1. 2. 3; Fash ion Show. 3. ]EAl \ --Pearl" Ancon. Ca nal Zone W e e1wy J ean's ability to be as neal at 3 o'clock as wher! she arrives at sc hool. Basketball. 3; Volleyhnll. 3 ; T e nni s 3 ,;. Swimming. 4; \'Vate r Ballet. 4; \ Ictory Corp... I; 4; P e p Squad. 1; Parwkc(!( Adv. Award; Y:;;lcta lI igh School. !\fAn I E PIEIlOBON "Peac hes" Chicago. Illinoi s Trilh her irresis tibl e personality. benllt)' alld wit. "Peaches" will altva)s be a fm-orile. Soccer. I: Ba'
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MAllY EILEEN RABITEAU ; BunIlY" Panama. Republic of Panam a H er el erpresent smile and pleaslwt munner have made Eileen th e wel/. liked girl she is. Vollt:yha ll. 1. 2. 3. 4; B as ketball. 1. 3. 4; Softba ll. 1. 2. 3. 4; Arch e ry. I ; Staging. 1; j\lus i c C l ub. 2 ; Club. 2 ; Orc h estra. 1. 2. 3. 4; Sporh, A ward I. 3. ROYNA R EECE Panam a. R epublic o f Panama H omelol ling gal u:ith loIS of pep alld personality ... {/ real friend ill a t ight sql/ce::e 5.A. R e p .. 4; S ta ging. 1. 2, 3 ; P ro d ucing:. 2; Voll ey ball. 1. 2 4; Bas k e thall 1. 2. 3 .4; So ftb a ll. 1; Riding C lub. 1 ; N.H.S .. 4; Glee C lub 1. 2. 3.4: P e p q u ad. 1.2; Fa s hi o n S h ow. 4; lOl/ion Adv., 4; Cards and An nouc e m cnt Comm .. 4; Us h e r 3; \'(/iley I I i g h Sc h ool. Terr e Haute. ]nd. JOSEPII S T EPItA N RIDGE ;;joc" Ancon. Cana l Zone F ormula for lin allarOllnd super guy. Football I. 2.4; Bas e ball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Trac k. L 2. 3.4; Bas ket ball 1. 2.4; "B" Club; Band 1. 2. 3. 4. A N A R I O S Tilo" D av id. Pana m a When it co mes to talent, she can' t be bea t ... fJoPlllor Latin lass with ood l es of cla ss. G.A.A., 2. 3. 4; Sec.Tre a s .. 4; Volley hall. 1. 2. 3. 4 ; AIIS t a r s. 1. 3. 4; Bas ketba ll. 1. 2. 3 ; AIIStars, 2. 3 ; So ftball. I. 2. 3 ; AIISta r s, 2. 3 ; S wimmin g 1, 3 ; U s h e r 4; S p an i s h C lub 1. 2. 3.4; VicePrce:., 4; J\lus i c Club. 3; Orch estra. 1; Gl ee C lub. 1. 2. 3 4; Orri ce Asscl. I. 2. 3. 4; Pi c ni c Comm .. 2. JUAN HIVERA Tin" P anama, Republic of Panama Ollr friendly L a tin neighbor w h o is liked by all. B aseba ll. 4; Football. 4. J U LIO C. RIVE"" j lllie" Panama, R e publi c of Panam a A qlliet but f riendly lad with base ball in his blood. Baseb all 1. 2 3. 4; F oo tb a ll, I 2. 3. 4; Bae:kclbalJ. 1. CAHOLYN A Li\IA ROBI NSON ;'Carol" B altimo r c. A s triking blollde wi th a win nin g smile oTllI personality t o mlltch. Staging. 3; A c t ing 1; Bas k e l ball, 2; Volleyball. 2. 3; S wimmin g, 2. 4; Co mrad e C lub 2. 3 4; Vic ePre .. 4; Sa ddl e C lub Open F orUIll. 4; G.A-A .. 2. 3; Dramati c Pin I ; Frond. 4; Porral.-ee t 4; Speec h J \ c t .. 3 ; P alm B e a c h H i g h Sc hool. ELAINE CLAIHE R UCGLES W ilke sBarre. P cnllsyl v ania Artis tic abi/ilies ... nice disposition ... frielldly 1 0 elle r yolle ... bO/lny lass. Arl C l ub. 3 ; Glee C lub 3. Offic e Ascsl.. 4; Fa s hi oll S h ow, 4; C he5lter H igh Sc h oo l. C h es t e r. Pa. J A 1 \ IES BUSSELL jimmie" Oklahoma C i ly. Oklah oma A slt'ell fella whom we're glad 10 hlll'e i/l ollr class C l ass Pres .. I; S tud e n t Produ c tion. I ; Softball. I. 2. 3; AlISt a r;;:. 1; I='ootb all. 1. 2. 3. 4-; AIISta re:, I. 4; T e nni s, 1; 1; Track. 1. 2; AllStars. I ; Sw immin g. 1; AllStars ; \Vat c r 1'0 10.4: 8 C lub. 1. 4; Gl ee C l u b, 1. 4; L ab. 1\ .. <;1.. 1. 2.4; S i g ma Ep silo n lI o nor Soc. ; R(Il en, ] ; S p eec h A c t.. I. 2 ; Br ackenridge Hi g h Sc h ool. Burbank. H igh Sc h ool. DAVID C. RYAN, J". "Ihll'cy" Panama. Republi c of Panama Smooth mallners ... ru ggedl) hand some. So ftb all. l ; Bas k c lball. 2; Football. VIRG I NIA R YTER "Cinny" A n con. Ca nal Zo n e nl)rHllar w ith eIJer)Olle ... t/(lIIcin'.! f ee t (I p c r so n(llit y s tri c tl y "Gillll) 's C l ass Vice Pres .. 1. 3; S.A. R e p .. 2; R ecipe f o r Love"; Pro du ci n g. 2. 3; L'e:h er. 2.3; V olley ball. 1. 2. 3.4; Bas k e t ball. 1 2. 3 4; So f t hall. I. 2. 3. 4; Vic t ory Corps I; G l t'c C l ub. 1. 2, 3. 4; C h ee r leader. !' k e lhall. I. 2. 3; Softball. I. 2. 3; Ar c h ery. 3 ; Gl ee Club 2. Pep Squad. I. 2. 3; S p o rt s A ward. 2 ; Z oniall Adv .. 3 4; Jr. Rin g Comm.; Dan ce Comms .. 2. 3. 4 ; Speech A c t.. 3; C l a ss Parly COI11I11., 4.

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F E R N A NDO SAI Z Pan ama. Republic of Panama How w e wish all the boys had man ner s as nice as his! S wimming; Span i s h Club. 3 .4; P re .... 4 ; Orc h estra. 4; Sewall Echo; Ca r n ival D a n ce Co m m .. 3. 4; P a n A m e r ica n I n s t. P anama. T O MM I E SUE S A NI)E R S North port. A labam3 Red." the gal wi t h (he trend (0 mend. S E SAH TA I N "Susie" At lanta. G eo rgia Small. dark hair and a pleasant smile add muc h to her quie t and se ren e Volleyball. 2; G l ee C l ub. 1. 2; Pep Squ ad. 2 : L i b rary A s .. l.. I ; ZOr/ian, 4; S o eech Act.. 3; Ush e r 3. SAHITA SASSON Pana m a. Repu blic of P a n ama A lovely smile and spar/ding eyes maJ.e Sarit a a pe r son to rem ember. S t agi n g, 3; Volleyba ll. 4-; Basket ba l l. 4 : Arc h ery. 4-: Sw i mming. 4 ; -'T usic Cl u b 2. 3; P re s .. 3; Sec .. 2; Ca m era C l ub. 2. 3; Art C l ub. 3; Glee Club. 2; Fa s hio n h ow. 2, 3. 4. HOHMECI N D A SCII. \IIDT Menchi" Panam a. R e p u bli c of Pan ama A pcrt little miss whose musical ability does /uff c redit to her seem ingly /lnc easillg illi t iative. Ush er. 3; l. 2. 3; So h b all. I. 2. 3; Volleyba ll. 1. 2. 3; Spani::.h C l ub. I. 2. 3; Orc h estra. 1. 2. 3; C h o ru s I 2. 3 ; Pep Squad. 3; S p orts Aw ard ; \ I u s i c Award; Pan rna S c h ool. J ACQUELINE DORI S --J a c kie" B altimore . \lary l a n d A j r ielldl), lassie wi t h a perfect chassis Us h e r 3 ; Vict o r y Corp s. I ; C h o ru s I. 2; P e p Sq u ad. 1. 2,3. 1 ; F ash i on Show. 2. 3. E ILEEN SCHNEIDER Balboa. Canal Zone I j ),011 want a girl with louely dark hair and a willning smile, here she i s. P r oducing:. 4; V olley ball 4; Softball. 4; Glee Club. J. 2. 3 4; P e p Squad. 1,2; Offi ce A ss t .. 4 ; Z onhm Ad\, .. 4. DARREL B URTON SEELEY "8I1r(' Soulh Dakota Always on halld with (1 joke lind an all-'rollnd wonder/Ill glly .. everyone's jalJori t e. Footha ll. 1. 2 3. AIlS tars.. 4; Bas ketba ll. 1. 2. 3. 4; Ba .. e ball. I. 2. 3. 4; T r ack. 1. 4; Wa t e r P olo. 3. 4; "B" Club: "S" Club; Spani .. h C l ub. 2; Glee Club. I. 2; Pep Squad. I. 2' SPOTts Award: Cap a n d G own Comm .. 4; Wil"on H igh School. lon!! B eac h. Calif.; 'sea breeze H igh School. Daytona Bea ch f la.; Durham I-ligh Durham. N. C. MARILYN S I SSON D etro i t. M i c h i ga n A good sense oj humor. good looks and artisti c talents make a smooth girl. V i cto r y Cor ps. I ; Lib r ary A ss !.. 3. ParraJ,'ee t A d\' .. 3. 4; Parrakeet Ack Award .. 3. 4. THOMAS S M I TII ,I/ock" Long Beach Californi a A real pal with a terrific sense oj hllmor and a smile that nel er seems to jade. Football. 1. 2 3. 4 ; AIIS ta r s. I. 4; Base ball. 2. 3. 4 ; Softball. 1 ; j\lI Stars. I ; Bas.ketball. I 2. 4; "BClub. 4-; Marc h of D ime .. Co m m .. 4. NORRI S MAllY SNEDEK E H llfllr), A n con, Canal Zone This goodlooking lass has char", and personali t y that lew elm Sllr pass. Ush e r 3; Volleyba ll. I. 2.3.4; All Stars. 1. 2. 3: 1, 2.3.4; AllStars. 2; Softbal l. 1. 2. 3. 4; G.A. A .. 2. 3. 4; Victory Co r ps.. I; Gle e Cl ub. 1. 2. 3; Library 3. 4; Sports Award. 3; Dance Comm .. 1; Ring Comm .. 3. DORI S J SPRY Gres t Falls. M onta n a Blonde wavy hair. a H oll) wood smile alld all the c ha r a c t erist ics 0/ a true pal make --Do( tops with liS.

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ELVI A SUAZO Panama. R epublic o f Panama Ourk eyes a s h y s m i l e and ( n amia bl e d ispos iti o n make h e r th e s w ee t g irl s h e 'lI always b e Cl ub. 2.3 ; Lihrary I. 3 4 ; Fa s hion Show. 3 EDITH BETTY L ou !'J\ SSELL "LII'//I" W ey mouth. A blll e e yed yOllllg lassi e th(ll d(l:.:.le d II/UIIY with her III/expec t e d qll i p s and r es lllt i n g g ig g le Stag in g I; V o ll ey ball. I; ba ll. I: Arc h e ry. I ; Viclory Corps I; Glee C l ub I: P e p Squad. I ; Fa<:hi o n 2 ; \ I o unl lIo r e h lIi g h S c h ool. \1;1 i s FRAN KLIN EDWAHD TILU1AN "Red Tilli e '\ I oultrie. Ge o rgia El/thll Si(lslll alld f r ie ll(Jliness COII/ bill ed. Trac k 2 1 ; AIIStar s 2: Foolb a ll. AII.Slar<:. ; Ba seball. I ; Ra ... k r t hall. I; "S" Club; 3 I; Norv i e w I li gh Scho ol. N o r folk. Va.; \\loullric Hi gh S c h ool. Ga. J O t I N TOONE "lfe x ican I-/(lirle ss Dalla s Texas Li fe 0 / Ihe party . (I sells ation on the dUrIc e fl o or. S .A. Rep .. 1. 3 ; Siagin)!. I. I I : Pro 1.4: "Dai sy WOrl' t Tdl"; "Our IIearls \'\fe r e Y ou ng. and Gay": tis h e r, 2. 3 4; Glee C l ub. I. 2: Wal e r 1'010.3 4; AIIStars 3 4; Football 1. 2 3 4 ; Softball. 3 -t; Ba s ( -ball; Ba s k etball; Track: Band. 2 3 1 ; S p orts Aw a rd 2. 3 4; C Ia"'" Part v C omm .. I; S. A Club C o mm . 1. 3 4 PAULETTE TOUSSIEII Guat e mala. Guat e mala LOl'e/ ) smil e and f r iendly Iwt/lr e .. o n e of B H.S:s /( w o r i t e se n or i t as. V o ll ey ball. I. 2. 3 4; Ba s k etball. 1. 2. 3, 4; So ftball. I. 2 3. 4; ,\Iu" i c Club. 3; C am era C lub. II; Glce C luh. J; Office Ai'S!.. 4-; F as hion Show 3 : S p or'" Award. ANNE MARIE TR"IBLE Br ookly n. Ne w York A luggler wi th U se r io u s side 4-; V olley ball 3 ; G lee C lub 1.2. 3. 4 ; P c p Squad. I. 1 / 1 N. TYLER "Mock" Anni s t o n Alabama A talent e d lad. who s a fav ori t e with all. Football. 1. 2. 3.4; AIIStar s I. 2; Ba s ke t ball. I. 2. 3. 4; Ba se ball. 2, 4; Trac k. 4: 4 ; Club. I; Arc hi teclUr a l Cl ub. 3; Sports Award. I ; Art Award; Award; C l a ss Pi cnic Comm.; Dance Comm.. I: Phillips High S c h ool. B i rmingham. Ala. A U R ORA M URI BE lI ary"' Cri s tobal. Ca nal Zon e A plea s ant gal to hav e orOlllld . love that 'oic e with the mellow /One. "\,\;' h e r e th e C r oss \Va s t\1ade"; Spanis h Club 2; Fa s h i on. I; E c ho; Speech A c t.. I ; Eve r ett lI igh S c h ool. San Franci s co Cal. lVlJC IIAEL L VALTIERRA Mike" San Anton i o Texas A fellow w ith (111 en g agin g per soll' alill ... qlli e t at t imes but oll/lo)' s fun. Soflball. I. 2 I ; AllStar" I. 2. 4: F o otball. I. 2. 3,4: Baske1ha ll. I. 3, 4; Orchestra. I 2 ; P e p Squad. 4 ; R.O.T.e.. I. 2; L a n d r y H igh S c h ool. PATRIC I A ANN VESSEr: P o'" Cover I)' A l e ne Idah o Dark e y e s smile fr o m (I prert)' fac e f r am e d in "1I'en ha ir. Arch e ry, 3; Library A ss t.. 3; TYllin g Award s ; S e qllOia Hi g h S c ho ol; Lin co in I li e h School; Hampton H ig h S c ho ol. N e wport N e w s H i g h S c h o ol; H i g h School; L e ban o n H igh S c hool. AUDREY W / \ GNEH Moic"" I ndianapoli s I n d ian a Easy t o kn o w and f lln to be w i lh a s t alill c h friend ill need. Volle y ball. I; G.A.A .. 2. 3 ; F a s hion. l. 2. 3. 4; G eorge Was h i n gt o n Hi g h Sch o ol. I n d ianapolis Ind J OliN H ENRY WALLACE "Sleepy-SIll" Edi:.o n Geo r g ia Ollr bask e tball s tar who ht,il s from down "Go' ga" 1(:(1)" F o otball; ,\lI S tars; Ba seball; Water P o lo; Baskethall; AIlStar"

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MARCAnl:T E. W ,'RD J e r sey C it ) New J e r sey A lin y bundle 01 T .N. T whose Irim t o rso ;s I O I )ped with terri fic "Statesside" clothes V olley ball. I. 4; Art C lub. 1. 2 3 ; P e p Sq u ad. I l ; A ss !.. 4; "Quill a nd Sc r oll." 3 ; Parra/':ee f. 3 ; Zonicm. 'l; Z O fliclll ; \d\' ., 4 ROBERTA MAE: \VARDEN "l1obbie" Brooklawn. New J e r sey Ever ) body's budd y . (III ami abl e miss with a haplJY (Iud exuberallt disposi ti on. V olley ball. I. 2. 3. 4; Baske tball. l. 2.3,4; So ftball. I. 2.3,4: Library A ss !.. 4; Sport s Award; S peech Act .. 3. lsABE L \VASIIBU n N ';Issy" Lima. P erl! S h e's cllf e. s he'$ /1111, s h e's jllst (J hOllcy blll/. V olley ball. 2. 3 ; 2. 3 4; T ennis I 2; Camera C lub 3 4 ; S pani s h CllIb 3; Slump C l ub. L 2; G l ee C lub. 1.2. 3. 4 ; P e p S quad. 3. 4 ; Library A ss t.. 2 ; Fa.-::hi o n S h ow. 4; Sacred Ile art of CLIFFORD B. \VEAVER "Cf;Jr S t c rlin g. Illin ois Th e SlrOlig silen t t)lJe wit h II big g rin. S.A. Pres .. I : F oo tball. 3. 4 : B as k e t ball. 2, 3; W a ter P olo. 3 ; Ba se ball. 3 ; B oat Builde re. Club; Rockfall s lI i g h Sc h ool; SItrl in g I-lig h Sc h ool. DONALD C. \VEINERT Rapi d City. out h Dak o t a A fellow wilh (l ve r y /HII/Slwl sense of hllmor IIlw(IYS ready for a lallgh, (III(/ all (Ire r eady ( 0 laugh with hill/. Football. I. 4; Ba se ball. Bas ke t ba ll. 2. 3. J \ l u s i c Award; Dance Co m m.; Sch oo l A sse mb l ie s 2 ; Whit e Fi s h Ba v II i g h School; Alamo lIeigh t lI igh Schonl. CIIOPPY / Jllshmoll" An e on. Ca nal Zon e Ollr cOllejohllnting bo) I r o m M onte ObsclIro" . ab solute l y positively impossible t o disli/':e Fo o tball. I; Soft hall. I. 2 3. 4 ; T r a c k. I. 2,3.4: I I ; Band. 1. 2. 3. Award. DENN I S C. \VIIITE Panama. R e pu blic o f Panama Ollr ice'pre .,) ... well known by all for his wit and friendl) "'(Hiner ... bmins 100! Cla ss Vice Pres .. 4; ohball. 1. 2; Baseball. 2.3; Football. I. 2. 3. 4; Swi mm i n g 3. I; 3; Water Polo. 3. 4; Ba .. kctball. I. 2; \ a l e n lin e Dan ce Comm .. S.1\. Club Comm .. 4; J r.Sr. Banquet Co mm .. 3. J ANE L EE WILU/\MS Wa s hin g t on. D. C. On e of a pair ... bllle eyed. red. tressed gal c/wrtlc t e r i:.ed h) a friendl) I smile. Volleyball. 2. 3. 4; All -Stars 3. 4; Ba s ket ball. 2. 3. 4; A 2 3 ; Ba se ball. 2 3 ; 3; Ping3 ; C lu b. 3; H ocke) Club. 3; C.S_ A .. 3 : Archery C lub. 3 ; Alli n C lub. 3 ; Clee C l ub. 3. 4 ; Scho(ll N UJller al a nd Letter ; Sheffiel d lIi g h School. Ca l v in Coo lid ge Sch ool. JOAN LOU I SE \ V I LLIAM S Was h ing t on. D C. Th e secofld of th e pa ir. vivaciOI/S .. sparklinc personalit ) ... (dwa),s goodfla tl/r ed. Fi e ld 1I0ckcy. 3 : AIIStar ... 3 : B as k e tball. 2. 3. 4 ; 2. 3 ; V o ll cy ball. 2. 3.4; AIl Slu r ... 4; Pin,pollf,:. 3 ; T e nni s 3 ; Softhall. 3; Arch e n 3; H oc k ey Club, 3 ; L a tin C lub 3 : C.S. A .. 3 ; Offi c i al Club. 3; Arc h e r y Club. 3 ; Gle e Club. 2. 4; Sc hool N um e r a l and L e ll er; 1I0nors : S heffi e ld Hi g h Sc h ool; Ca l\'in Coo l idge Hi g h School. To" Woo o s If ood) B irmi n g h a m A l n hama A lellow who Il'fIllt S life to be fl/II of fl/Il. C/JOPSlley (/fId foo t bull. C umo CARCI A P a nama. H cpublic o f Panama There' s a twinlde 0/ mischief in those deep. dark e) es CARLOS TONG Panama R epublic of Panama Rather qlli e t bl/t a likeable leI/ a with a pleas allt ll.m) ill telligen ce So ftball. 4; PanAmerican I n..,titut e. R e pu bli c o f Panama.

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HUTII PAULINE H OSE "8u11I" An c on. Ca nal Zone A l h 'acioIlS little r edhead IL;t effer l'escent per sona/it). Ba sketball. 1. 2. 3 ; \ olley bal1. 1. 2; 'sohball. 1. 2; Art Club. I. 2; Gle e C lub. 2. 3. 4; P e p Squad. 1. 2 3; Fa s hi o n S h ow 4; Art Award. NOT PICTURE)): F'RE)) A Y))LETT Teel" Fl. M onroe, Vir g inia H is c are f r ee wa) sand eas), going friendliness hat'e put Fred 0111 in f r on t as a guy w e would like to hal'f l known better. Football; Ba se ball; B iol ogy C lub; Ch ess C lu b ; P c p Sound; j\lo rri so n H igh School; :'Ilorriso n Va.; Green b e lt lligh School. G r eenbe lt. -'Id.; \ Ianhattan Sc. lI ig h School. ;\Ian hallan. Kan s as; Akro n \Ves t Hi gh School. Akron. Ohio. ROBE IlT Rob" C l eveland. Oh io An all reel guy w i th all ellsy flowing corll' e rSlll ion. C l ass Sec .. 2; Euclid lilli e Theatre ; C l eve land Pl ay I-Io u<:e. Shore Play Ba seball; F ootball; AlI Stars ; Swim ming; AllStars; Track : HiY; S ec .. 2; L e agu e o f Natio n s ; D ebating ; Euclid Shor e Hig h Sch ool. Euclid. Ohio. H U CI-I Sl\lIT11 "Smitty" Corn e lia. G eo r gia O llr soft spoken sOllthertl b oy whose a sse l s lir e II read y smil e lind rugged good looks. "lIoodooed Coo n"; F ootball; All. S tar s C" Club; Scie n ce Club; Band. 2. 3 ; Fl o rida's Boy's State. 3 ; Chopman High Sch ool. Apalac hi cola. Fla.; Ru sse ll H i g h Sc h oo l. Ea s t P o int. Ga.

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HonOR GRADUATES LOMBARD VIRGINIA LUNDY DONALD DOMINGO f-1INDS Pf-1YLLIS ALBRITTON f-10 RICf-1ARD CROCO FILOS BARBARA FRITZ JOAN NANCY PlmOBON MARY LOU MOf-1R WAL Tm LOIS ROYNA SARITA SASSON MOLL Y

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Most Talented ... Ruth A1enzel and Larry BrolVn

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SPOTL I G H T E R

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Mead Gruver and Phyllis Albrilto n I MOST POPULA.R,

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MOST \ INTEt.t.E.c;rOAl.. o i ses L e v )' and !lIfal'),

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D e nni s V\/ hil e and Barbara

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Joe Ridse and Barbara Fl'il:;

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C hopp y and Jean Saal'in e n

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BEST LOOKING P i el'o6o n and BiI! A lexandel' -------rl

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II per/crt couple. w ith talent gal ore. is Elain e and Russ. Secollds 011 popularity are M o ll y a nd F reddy. re"l/) / kids. Ever yo n e knows Car o l yn and / {alph 'cause o/lhe ir e asy mauner 011'1 friell.(lIy w a ys RED RIBBOn Fri end liest : CAROLYN B E LL AND RALPH PELS Most Tal e nfed: ELAI N E L O.l\,I BARD AND HUSSELL D REW Most Popul"r: MOLLY FRANCEY AND FRED H ORTO N Mos t AIlAround: L OUISE M cMANUS AND PAT COUSLAND Mos t I nt e ll ectu.a l: ROYNA REECE AND F ELIX FILOS L o uise and Pat. all all-arOUlld gu y and gal. reall y rat e u dlh everyo n e WinnERS Most Athletic: GLOIHA GLAZE A N D A U R E LIO PAHnA Best L ooking: J o A NNE i-II \ T C II ETT A N D DIC K NITTO Best Dancer s: MARY SNEDECKEH A N D B ERN I E K ELLE HER f illie s t: JOAN F ERRO AND TOMMY SMI T H 'lig h 011 the I Q. are R oyna alld F e li x a s up e r pair. Ri c h ie alld 1 0 make a hand sollle pair -they're s tr ict l y IlUbba Iw.bba. II pair of solid hep c ats is B ernie and JlIar) The/re really 'lI/l ree,: It' hell it COllies 10 TOfl/III) t(Jhe hI!

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Pe l S. A. f r om Icfl 10 rig:ht. are a .. f o llow",; P hy l li ... \ Ibrillon. L e ro) Lun d}. pre<.,id(nl; and J ea n Saarinen ",ecr e tan. T he t rio led Balboa th r oug h ano lher year of efficient go\ernmeili. DynAmO T h e m y r ia d ac ti v i t ies o f O llr S t ud e nt A ssoc i a ti o n paint co l o r a nd vita l i t y in t o a n o th e rw i se b la c k and w hit e s tilll if e s k e t c h o f B a lboa H i g h Sc h oo l. T hi s pulsatin g o rgani za ti o n has f o r it s m e mb e r s near l y t h e entire s t u d e n t bod y w h ic h e lec t s a s m all g r oup o f o fficer s from eac h cl ass t o f orm it s go v e rning b o d y At th e contro l s thi s was L e r oy L un d y. p resid e nt. a n d s harin g h is dut ies w a s i cepre i d e nt. Ph y lli s A l b r i tt o n "Our g ir l F r i day. o th e rwi se kn own as Jean Saarin en fulfille d th e you.cant i magi n e.how'I11
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A kingsize Chri51ma5 th e center of at th e junior: gai l } decorat ed holida} ball. OfB.H.S. a lm os t o f t h e s tu d ents. T h ese brig ht co l o r e d bi t s o f cardboa rd admitte d th e bea r e r s to all S. A. s p on so r e d d ances. p l a ys. and competitiv e s p o r t s. T h ey brought with th e m eve r y three weeks th e Parrak eet. our !5cho o l pape r. a n d e nt i t l e d t h e ir owne r s t o purc h ase the ZOlli01l at a r educe d price Awards i n sport s sc h o l a r s hi p. journali s m speech and dramatics a r e fin a n ce d by t h e S A .. and arc presen t e d t o d ese rvin g s t ud ents at an Aw a rd s Da y assembly in ea rl y 1\l ay. Al so und e r th e h eading of "5. A. expenditures co m e our snappy c h eerlea d e r s uniforms. The S. A. i s t h e d rive b e h i n d all drives. I n D ece mb e r B. H S. playe d Sant a C laus t o th e c hi l d r e n o f t h e B ella V i s t a Orphans' H o m e w ith th e i r c h ee rfu l do n at i o n s o f f ood. clo thing. and t o) s. The n e w yea r b r ou g h t wit h it th e annual collec tion f o r th e Infant i l e Pa r a lysi s fund. t o w h i c h Bal b oa H i g h agai n contribute d. I t i s said t h a t t h e s u ccess o f a n y o rganiza t i o n i s d epe nd ent lIp o n a firm f o undation. Ou r Student A ssoc iation i s Bal boa solid ro c k .. Gcnerous g ift s of foo d. clothing and to ys f o r th e childr e n of the B ella \ 'j::;t a Orphanage w e r e th e r es ult s of an S. A.::.pon so r cd C hri stmas drive. ,\Jr. Hal c h e l!. E l v ia Suazo file S. j \ ti c k e t s t ubs.

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Dots) B.II. S. alumna. take .. mer Ih(> hand al the Chr i .. tllla" BflLBOfl HIGH Y o u r e l a t e!"' co m es th e dreaded c r y from 'Branny' as a t a rd y b a nd m embe r tri e to s lip unobser ve d int o hi s p l ace. Terribl e as it may seem it's all p a rt o f s tarting a typi ca l B H. S. Mus i c Departm e nt day. The ba nd does its part during th e yea r b y adding a gene r o u s dash of p e p a nd spirit t o all th e int e r sc h o la stic ga m es, w hil e th e o r c hestra i s well appreciat e d a t th e A nnu al Christ ma s program, sc h oo l plays, th e Fashi o n S h ow, and th e Spring Mu s i c Festival. At e i g ht o'cl ock o n th e ni g ht of Decemb e r 17, th e m e mb e r s of th e c horus, b a nd a nd o r c h estra prese nt e d th e o ut s tandin g mu s i ca l event of th e year th e a nnu a l Chris tmas Program. H alf o f the "m usic ga n g." who put o n an excellent performance at Chris tma s time a n d e\cr y time

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musIc mAKERS o ur hard -wo rking. lInivt.: r-ally-likcd director? That' s OlJr Branny" w c're talking about. Marc h ing a r o und the grade sc h oo l pa ti o t o th e fam iliar strain s of Angels W e H ave H e ard on H igh the girls oJ t h e c h o ru s began th e prog r a m with a n impress ive ca ndl elight process io n al. The e ntir e mi xe d c h o ru s thrille d a large audie nce w ith C hri stiallse n's Christmas H ymll, Sanctus from "51. Cecila Ma ss;' LoveLy Appe ar a nd Masc agn i' IlIlerme ::o. B a rbara Gunn" l y r i c s o prano s o loed on th e ver se of Calltiqll e D e Noe l Clim ax ing th e prog r a m w e r e t wo popular se l ec tio n s from H a nd el's Messiah And th e CLary 0/ th.e L ord a n d th e H ali eLlijah Chorus Th e missing half of the mus i c d e partm e nt. Afte r a f e w m o nth s wilh '-Brann)," yOll fin d y o u rself l ikin g g reat

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Elain e amid!':! th e u s u al amount o r c lutt e r back s ta ge. Our s o un d effec t s man ... a f e mal e ... ge ll ing ready 10 starlle the a ud i e nce. f 0 Olll G Hl The f ourteenth season of th e Balboa Littl e Theatre ope n e d with a bang as th e c urt ain w e nt up o n th e famous E mil y Kimbro u ghCo rn,:iia Oti s S kinn e r co m e d y H ea rt s W e r e Y o un g and Ga y The c a s t s a c rificed aft ersc h oo l s p o rt s study h alls. and that l as t h a lf h ou r of b lesse d s leep to g i ve th e ir p erfo rm a nces th e p olis h o f p erfecti o n. The overture began promptl y a t e i g ht o'clo c k a t th e Balboa C lubhouse o n Nov e mb e r 6 The l eading parts were p layed b y E l a in e L o mbard a nd Ph y lli s Albritton. Ru ss e ll Dre w D o na l d Musse lman, J o hn Himmin g t o n. C h arles Carney J o hn Toon e. Edith H a rdi e, Molly Francey and C l a rice Mario n compo s ed th e supporting cast. "Our H e a rt s \,' e r e You n g and Gay was well p resente d. and th e punc h lin es w e nt ov e r bi g a t both th e hi g h sc hool m atinee and th e e v e nin g p erformance for th e pro ud p a r e nt s a nd o thers w h o managed t o squeeze in NIl'. S ub ert Turbyfill. t e a c h e r o f s p eec h and direc tor o f LiLLie Theatre pro du c ti o n s took o n th e additional j o b this rear o f t e ac hin g a class in dramatics f o r future Barrymores lurking in th e h alls o f Balb o a Hi g h Sch ool. The entire ca s t o f th e second Littl e Thea t r e majo r productio n o f th e r caI' "The Clutching C law. was c h ose n from th e dramati cs cla ss. The luc k y o n es c h ose n t o ( 1 r ese nt "The Clulching C l aw were L o r eLta Smith. D o n a ld Musselman. Ru ssell Dr ew. Clifford M ye r s J o Ann S t a nd e f e r. J oyce iVlas t e r s Barbara Bud ge, J eannin e Dorgan. G l o ri a I v es T ommy Smith. Dickie L es t e r. Barbara B oye r and P e t e r Fly nn. "The Clutching C law" had th e audie nce sitting o n th e e d ges o f th e ir sea l s on th e ni ght o f Marc h 4 The openin g scen e in co mpl ete d a rkn ess. except fo r th e f oo tli g ht s set th e mood for th e pl ay. The fir s t a c ti o n o n th e s ta ge s h owe d th e C l u t c hin g T h e "be d-bu g lak e n fro m "Our Wer e Y Uling and Gay." R eadi ng. f r o m lefl 1 0 r i g ht : J ea n \Vltil e. Licsl P o lla c k. Bernard Law. P hy l li s Albrillon Caro l Tho rnt on an d E l ai n e L o mbard.

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fAn C I fRS Claw:' in p e r so n dresse d in dark clothes cove r e d with a ca p e and hood \\caring a blac k g l ove with stripes o f whit e \, ilh spikes at th e fin ge r tips. H e W3S g r ee t e d with l o ud sc r eams fro m th e nervous femal es in th e audience c \ 'cn lim e h e s howed hi s h an(!. P e t e r Flvnn. as th e "Clutching C la\\::' didn"t ha\" c t o memorize any but h e suffered e n o u g h under all hi s robes 1 0 make tip for that. During th e intermiss ion between th e firs t and seco nd aeb. the Ba lboa Hig h School Orc h estra. unde r th e direc ti o n o f 1\1 ... Nei l V Bran s t eller. p l ayed. a m o n g se \ c ral o lh e r se l ectio n s that o ld fav o rit e. 'Humoresque This wa s cl everly w o rked int o th e p l ay b) Ru ssell Drew play in g th e s malltown p olice-c hi ef. who k ept humming it during th e second act as h e clumsily a ttempted t o so l ve th e murde r of J ohn Tho rnt o n. playe d by Donal d M lIsselman. The fr eshme n wh o s ucceed e d in impress in g se ni o r dirett o r s of fr eshme n guidance pla ys put th eir all" int o th e r o l es th ey won. The exp erie n ce ga in ed b y th e fr eshme n in thesc pla)s h elps th e m \\hc n try in g oul lat e r f o r th e major Lillie Theatre produc lions. Seniors direc tin g th ese plays c hoose th e cas t they think s h o w s th e most acting abilit y. Al o n g with th e g l o r y o f being in charge of a play. the} h a v e all th e worries and tro ubl es thro\\ n MR. SUIlERT D i r ec t or upo n th eir s h oulde rs. All th ese p lays are jus t o neact. but think of all that goes int o presenting a compl e t e a n d polished pla y! The r e a r e lines. c u es. and actions t o be p er f ec tl y m emorize d. costumes t o be begged o r h o r row e d props to b e r ounde d up. lig ht s a nd curtains t o be handl e d. sOllnd effect s that are suppose d t o come in 011 c u e. and. of course. there i s a l ways last minute i llness and stagefri ght 1 0 cope with in a lacifullllanne r. But, n o mattcr w h at. th e s how must go on! L a .. 1 mi n u t e excitf'ment and linechecking back 011 openin g night. Aboard .. hip during "Our lIeart" W e r e Young and Gay:' Reading from left 1(1 rif!hl: Elai n e Lombar d. Donald .... cll Dr ew. ,\iarc Quinn. and Ph) IIi ... \Ibrittoll.

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Wilma H idalgo. o llr f aithful keeper of th e picture files. c hecks lip on a few pi ctures. "Our Editor" ... Gi nn y th e sad new s o f two more deadl ines. Well. AllyS and ga l s h e r e it i s th e e nd of the yea r and we of the lonian have done ou r b est t o gi\e YOli a "beller than ever" annual. W o rkin g o n th e 1 8 yearb ook h as held for liS m e mori es we'l! a lwa ys J oa ni e H orte r and her work o n th e cove r. l\larie Pie r obo n and L ou i se M c,\ lallu<;; s l avi n g o\'e r baby pictures. Na n cy H e fin g t on dream in g o f a bigger a nd h e ll e r runner'lIp page, Conni e SeW s e t e rn al w orry over the dedication. Wilma H idalgo' s "wacky" pi cture f i l e. Barbara Hatchett a n d Th e Case QJlh e Missing S. A. Pi c lllr es. J o li e Ann Kilb cy sea r c h i ng hi g h and l ow f o r se n i o r info rmal s. S u e Sartain a n d Margaret Ward's innum erable trips to after photographer s F'els' a n d J\lir rop'!o pi ctures Gloria G l aze and Lund y's effo r t s to produce a s up e r s port s Ph yllis A l britton and Aurel i o Parra's "out o f thi s world" art work. "irginia R y ter. oLlr editor. supervis in g i t all and drea min g in vai n o f co lored divi s i on pa ges. an d 1\li55 Ellen Thomas. ad viser and friend. w h o s uff e r .. co n<:lantl y frolll "abnormal calmn ess in th e face of all cat ast r op he." We ha\e done our be s t. and w e hope }Oll e nj oy reading your lonian a:-mlleh as Wl' l' n joyed co mpilin g it. One of th e pholugrapiLcr s J an Mirrop. gives hi s cam era the "once ove r hefore l eav in g 1 0 lake i mpo r tant lonian p i c lu r es.

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OLlr "top flig.h t "'p ort>!" edi t o r s, L e ro), and \" all}'. burn I h e midnight oil I n complele thei r Editor Elaine lombard ha .. a good rca"on for that plea;:;ed expre,,;:;i o n "her" P arrakee t HEADlinE HunTERS The last sludent i s g i\ c n a p a p e r. th e footweary staff m e m be r s hurry bac k t o th e j ourna l i s m room. and \\ith a cOlleCli\' e sigh of sati s f a(' ti o n settl e d ow n t o take a look a t th eir own Parrakee/. Lie,,1 Pollack. our effici e nt bu"ine"" manager.

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There is a hort sile n ce as each one finds h i s own co lu mn. Na n cy lVludge tl g l oa t s o v e r th e ph e nom e nal l e n g th of Cally Comer and a nn o un c es t o th e class t hat s he ha s includ e d Ilv l ess than fifty-fiv e nam es! Two h ea d s t oge th e r in a co rner be l o n g t o 1\Iolly frio/l ess Francey and R a lph Wolf F'e ls comparin g co lu mn s and co n g r at ul a tin g each o th e r Bobbi e H e ntgen g l an ces briefly a t th e pape r and th e n pops o ff Hgain t o get a nswe r s r o r th e I nquiring R eporte r f o r th e n ex t i ss ue. The r e is no e nd to th e g irl 's ambition Jimmy ft,' lcintire hurries after h e r. waving th e Studenl P o ll and muttering ::om e thin g about "pros" and cons." Russe ll Dre w gazes s i g htl ess l y a t hi s l as t int e r view as h e drea m s of some da y in t e r viewing I l arry Truman. Barbara Budge wor k s s t ead il y a\\ay at a mountain or exc h anges. unm ove d b y Phyllis SkirlS '11 Shirts A lbritto n's s u ggestio n that all th e p a p e r s be sent o u t l i e d i n p ink and blu e bo'\s with bubble g"UIll e ncl ose d. L e r oy Lundy and Wall y Olh oefL complain bitterly that they s h ould ha ve at l eas l tw o p ages f o r boys' sports pages but Bogey Fritz va liantly defends h e r girls' sport s pa ges as definit e l y n o t ex pendabl e. R eport e r:: Na n c) Co l e man and Carol ) n H ob i nso n take thi s o p portunity t o r e m ove th e ir s hoE'S and r es t th e ir bea tpounding f eel. Lit erary Edi l o r a nd junio r member Jane l Kimmel soflly c hu c k les over h e r pa ge Editor E l a in e Lombard: oblivi ous t o all e l se bli ss full y co nt empl a tes a banne r h ea dlin e printe d in red ink! Always ready with a pa l on th e bac k .i\l i ss Ellen Th o ma s r e igns Q\' e r th e sce n e o f a n o ther Parrak eet triumph. Shutlerbug .... Jan and Ralph slart off on another assignment. \111"'1 be 5upt:r art work. Ph } IIi .... judgi ng from expre ...... ifln. R e porter Bobby lI entg:en a momenl while I ypi n g her column.

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QL[EEN EfLEEN A heart-sh a p e d thr o n e splas h e d with c upid s and e d ge d with ruffl e d c r e p e pap e r provide d a fittin g setLin g f o r Ei leen Schne id er lovel y in a fus hia [01"111<11 comp l e m ente d b y d elicat e bla c k l ace. to brin g an exira s p ec i al. real live \ C a l cn1ine t o the Senio r H eart s B all. A bevy of beauties co mp ose d the court o f Queen Eil ee n From left t o right they are Gay l e MacD o n a ld. Phy lli s 1Il cLare n. Doroth y D e d ea ux. Dol o r es L ow ry, G l o ria Stein. a nd B e t sy Smi th

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CARniVAl DAnCE All the co l o r and rhy thm o f C arnival Lim e inv a d e d th e b allroo m o f th e H o t e l Tivoli. Fe bru a r y 6 w h ell th e S p anis h Club invite d R H S. t o d a nce t o th e L a t in mus i c o f Ri o Plat e in gay p olle r a s a nd ll10ntuna s at th e c lu b's a nnll a l Carn i va l D a n c e Several m embe r s o f th e S p a ni s h C l u b per f o rm eclthe t a rnh orita a nd othe r n a ti v e f es t iva l d an ce s f o r th e l a r ge c r owd o f teen age r s Three pri zes w e r e awa r d e d prc llie<;l pol/e r a. Y o landa Orsini; m os t o ri g i n a l g irl' ... co"lume Carme n ) I al e l!; mo:.t o ri gina l b o}'\, cos tu m e J o rge Grac ia. Swin g and s wa y th e Lal in wa y Gu es t s of th e Carni\al Dance ga t h e r a n d s mile for t h e ph o t og r a p h er.

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-----'--Rulh Hos e in a becoming. black taHet3 formal. black and white lion for r ed_headedolll,',,,n,a-Ro<:;e. c e n fRSHlon fOrDS Sequin" .. S I Carol a sen

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Top row lefr t o right: Moll y Fra n cc), H ussell Dr ew Elain e Lombard. S econd row. left to right: .'Ilcad Gruver, J oan I I orle r. L e r oy LUlHly. J\' iarie Pi e robon. D e nni s ,"I;l hi t c. R oyna R eecc. i\l ois e s L c \ 'y. j\!udgell. Front rOIf). /elt ( 0 right: Enrique H o. Barbara Frilz. Vir ginia H y t er. Ph ylli s Albritton. J\l ary LOll .\Iohr. F elix Fi l o s nHTlOnHL HOnOR SOCIETY The National H o n o r Socie t y occ u p i e d th e seco nd se mest e r s p o tl i g ht thi s year in Balboa Hi g h Sc h ool. This o r g aniza ti o n en d e avo r s t o stimulate int e r es t in sc h o l a r ship a nd t o e n courage th e d eve lo pm e nt o f c h a ra c t e r a nd t a l e nt s I n th e e lectio n o f junio r s a nd se ni o r s t o membershi p in th e soc ie t y. th e qua l ities o f sc h o la r ship, lead e r ship. c h arac t e r. and ser v ice a r e essentials A committee co mp o se d o f Mr. H o tz. p r i n c ipal Nlr. Z ie r le n. Se n io r C lass advi se r. an d Mr. Y o rk J un io r C la ss advi se r. c a rdully se l ec t e d sen iors 1 0 b e th e c hart e r member s of Ba:b oa Hig h s P ac ifi c I sthmia n C hapte r. The junio r s who w e r e selec t e d later in th e seco nd se m es t e r w ill lay th e foundati o n for n ex t year's ac ti v ities. A t t h e ir fir s t m ee ti n g, th e o ri gina l seve nt ee n elect e d offi ce r s and c h ose two fa culty m e mb e r s Mi ss Elle n Tho ma s and M i ss K a th e r in e J ess u p, who togeth e r with Mr. H olz, l\!Jr. Z iel'ten, and MI'. York. w ill form the org a nizati o n's Committee o n R ecommendatio n s The soc ie ty's fir s t Bal boa Hig h Sc hool o ffi ce r s a r e as f ollow s : Ma r y L ou M o h r. p r eside n t : E l a in e L ombard. v ice-pr es id ent: Nan cy Mudge u sec r e tary; a nd M o i ses L evy, treasure r. The o ffi ce r s w e r e o ffi c ially i n s t alle d a nd th e c h apte r dul y institute d a t a n init ia t o r y a sse mb l y co ndu c t e d b y th e Caribbean C hapt e r o f Cri s t obal Hig h School 011 January 3 0. 1 9--1-3. Education o ffi c ial s a n d off i c i a l s of Caribbean Chapler of N. 1-1. S .. w h o co n du c t e d initiatio n ce r e moni es. Firs t oHiccrs of N. II. S. we r e \ J ary L o u \I o hr. p resident. Elaine L o mbar d. v i ce-p r es id e nt. Nancy 1Il lldgett. s ecre t ary. and l\l o i se s L evy. trea s lir e r. C harter me mher;;; at their initiat i on.

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Left to right. !of} rOw: David Albrillo n J ane Warden. P at Nauer!. Bill Gord o n Second row: Weeh, E. \t'. !-laiche-II. Franc i s C()lombani. Front R ow: Enrique 110. Jac ki e Cwei h e r. Levy. CHESS Ano CHECKER ClUB B a lb oa High's n e w additi o n th e C h ess a n d C h ec ker C l ub. was f o rm e d partl y for e nt e rt ai nm ent purposes. a lth o u g h th e m embers wou ld lik e to have yo u think it wa s for m e nt a l exe r c i se. The club m e l 011 Fridays in th e S .A. 1'00111 f o r
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Left to right t Of} Wit' : H arold Barkl ey. )'Ir. Fi s c h er. 0 Q n ald Boland. F ront row: L o i .. Glenn. Erne:.1 Fre ud man Co n way ::'IJaphi s PHILAT HIC CLUB Hum o r h a s it th a t NIl". \Valt e r Fi sc h e r S t a mp Club s p o n so r. i s workin g d es p erat e ly. eve r y spare minut e whe n h e i s n t p i c kin g lip bro k e n t es t tubes o n a n in ge ni o u s gad ge t u se ful t o s t a mp club m e mb e r s a n a ut o m atic s tamp li c k e r. On the firs t and thi rd Friday o f each o f th e past nine months th e c h e mi stry laborat o r y in the Juni o r College building was th e sce n e of a phil a t elic drama. Eac h m e mb e r had hi s own ba g o f tri c ks whi c h h e u se d t o b es t advant age in o rd e r t o ob tain o n e m o r e '-ra re" one. Ernes t Fre u dman_ pres id e nt. and Conway Maphis, v i ce-pres i dent. l e d th e group in di sc u ss i o n s f eaturing \\ hat e l se but "stamps'-w hil e L o i s G l e nn sec r e t a ry-treas u r e r. p e nn e d th e c1ubs r eco rd s Lat c in Marc h th e club's a mbiti o u s m e m be r s dll g d ee p int o th e ir h oard of s t am p s a nd resurrec t ed SO m e o f th eir mo r e prec i olls samples t o displ a y in th e a nnu a l s tamp ex hibit. I HlInning Ihings Ihi s yea r w e r e Erne .. 1 F re udm a n pr esident; Co nway ,\laphi ... vice-president; Lois Gl e n sec r e tary

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Le l l 10 righi, lOp rOil ; ,\11'. R i chard Clark. J immy FodH'''. Salvador Cordoha. Homer Chen. Fr o lll row; G e ra l d Ilendrichon. H o l a nd o Richard Darling Ho ge r K elly. C l elllt:1l1c Don Samps on. RADIO ClUB S t ud e n t s o f B a l b oa Hig h Sc h oo l co nside r th e R ad i o C l ub "rig ht o n t h e beam:' M r. L a u re n \ Voodby f o r m e r sponsor. o ri gina t e d t h e c l ub in J 9 1 6. J\1r. Richard C l a rk i s t h e present s p o n so r. En th u s iasm ha s g r o\\ n un til thi s o rgani zatio n i s n o w o n e o f our mo s t a c t i e clubs. At th e beginning o f sc h oo l th i s yea r m ee t i n gs w e re h eld a t Fort C layt on. whe r e t h e memb e rs were tau g ht t h e f i n e r po i nt s co n cerning co d e sending and r eceivi n g se t s. T h ese m eetings w e r e made po ss ib l e b y Mr. E,'e r e tt Kimm el. Capt ain 1\1. \Valle r .:md 1\1 Sg-t. Gue ss L a t e r t h e meetin gs w e r e h e l d i n Room 10 5 o n T u es da y e v e nin gs Th e t a ri o u s t echnique::-o f asse mhlin g a nd hamll in g radi o equipme nt are ill u strat e d at t h e meet in gs. Th e club brings a professional tOllch 1 0 Ollr int e r sc h o la s l i c gam es \\i th t h e publ i c address system t h e y h ave l ea rn e d t o o p erate. SOllie of th e more ambiti o u s membe r s ma k e s ma ll radio re ce i vin g and trans m ittin g se t s Offi ce r s t h i s )ear \\ere a s follows: p r es i d e nt. J i mm)' F o rb es: v i ce pres i d e nl. Salvador Co rdoba; sec re tary. H o m e r Chen. Hic hard D arlin g fille d th e offi ce o f vice p r esidel1t during th e seco nd semes l e r Tid!!> }car club member .. had Ihe dd e d IHhanlagt: of a cOlJr"t' in radio code under Arm} in<,[rliClion at F url CII)lo n Fir .. 1 "'l'm es t e r o fficcr:. are from lefl 1 0 right: Salvad o r Co r do b a. \ i ct'-p r l'"i dell I ; J imm y F orbes. pres id ent; allli Ilomer C h e n. sec retary. Eage r b eaver:. at work.

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L eft to right. top rOI( : : ) I ohr. Cod)'. J en n i50n. Se cond rOIL" Eil een Pet e r ... en. Juanita Ga r c ia. Jean n i ne D o r gan. Sue H utc h ings. Glori a I\e ... Third rOu.': \ Iark Quinn. D i c k Lester. R oy I l oh m an. F ro,,' rOIt : Shirley Woodruff. Geni\ic\c \ Vh('clcr. H ut h .\ I c nzd. Iarlha !look. ,\la r gie K elle}. BIOlOGY ClUB S t u d y o f t h e tro p i c a l flo ra a nd fa u na occup:e d much o f th e tim e o f th e ac t i ve Bi o l ogy Club. w h i c h m e t bi m o nt hl y th r o u g h o u t the yea r. R e p o r t s o f curre nt i n t e r es t w e r e p rese nt e d fo r disc u ss i o n a t th e m ee tin gs J\' i e mb e r s e nj oye d p a rti c u l a rl y t h e t a k i n g o f field trips t o s tudy w ildlife in its na tu ra l h abi t a t. th e clima x o f t h eir s t udi es bei n g a trip t o B arro Co l orado I s l a nd th e bi o l og i s t 's h eave n A s i d e frolll th e info rm a l f i e l d trips. th e r e w e r e excu r s i o ns t o I ndi a n r e l i c s it es i n th e I nt e rior a n d hik es thro u g h th e C a n a l Z o n e jung les. An o ther outs t anding e v e n t was th e a n n u a l nativefood dinne r pre p a r e d b y i\i r s G eo r ge L ee. T h e o ff i ce r s o f thi s club w e r e as f ollo ws: l\l i c h a el Cody. preside nt : i\l a r y L o u 1\10111'. \'i ce p res i de n t : G l oria ( \les a n d l\Ia ril y n J e nni so n sec r e t a r).treas lirer: a nd i\1r. Geo r ge L ee. s p onso r. i\l a r y Lou r eporb o n th e D arien c ount r y at a m ee t i n g o f th e Bio l ogy C lub Controlling thing .. th ie;; year were .\I ike Cod )'. .\la r i l ) n sec r e t a r y. Lee watch i ng o\er IWO of h i .. brood of budding

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Left to right t op row: r-ol r \"\;' ild er, S. S mith R. fels C. Secolld r ow: F. Sco tt. B. K e n ea ly. B S p e rry. C A se ron, S Co rdob a. J C rawford. I. Happaporl. C. Stein. B. Norri s, D. Boland. Third r ow: R. H ohman, D. See l ey, E. M enzel, S I-Ia mmers l ag. R. M e nzel N. H e rington S. S a sso n Y. Abacli. P. Tou ss i eh. f\L Smith. H. Bas m e s o n Front row: G. M e ti vie r. IL Moral es. D. G r ee n C. Lewi s S. SChUll, L. Harri s S. Hu tching s L. Baumbac h A. Godb)'. B. Fullman. J Gladw e ll. K M e llan de r. CAffifRA CLUB Amid s t th e c hatt e r of clic kin g s h utt e r s th e Bal boa Hi g h Sc h oo l Camera C lub ca m e to orde r bi,w(1Ckl y thi s yea r in th e room o f th eir s pon so r Mr. Frank Wild er. U und e r th e l ea d e r ship o f Ra l ph Fe l s pres id ent; Cliffo rd Mye r s vicepre sident; and Shirley Smith secr l1a r y fir s t se m es t e r o ffi ce rs. thi s slllall g r o up of film fan s strove to improve th eir ca m e ra t echnique thro u g h d e m o n stratio n s di sc u ss i o n s and practica l applicati o n s Thi s year's m e mb e r s w e r e allowe d th e pri v i l ege o f workin g in th e dark r oom, F ebruary sa w th e club m embers hard a t work a rra n g in g a sc h oo lwid e photography co nte s t f eaturing landsca p es a nd hum a n int e rest and peek ed around d a rk co rn e r s l oo kin g f o r lik e l y s ubj ec t s th e m s elv es The m as t e rpi eces o f th e l ucky winner s were publis h ed in the Parrak ee t Seco nd se me s ter o ffi ce r s w e r e a s follows: Di c k Se l ee. pres id ent: J oe Crawford v i ce -pr es i d e nt ; Cfay L ew i s, secre tary. K arl M cllande r d e monstrat es th e proce!;s for deve lopin g a r oll o f film. Pil o tin g th e s hutl e rbu gs thi s year w e re Ralph F e l s. pr es i den t ; Cliff l \ lyer s "ice pres i dent; S hirl ey Smit h secretary. D o n't f o r ge t t o put all th e part s ba c k in.

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Left to right. t op row: ;"\'I. B errocaL A. L ombana. F. Saiz. A. Ri os, Y Or s ini 1-1. Wh eeler. Second row: T P a s arnanle. R I. Park e r C. I illel. I. H en l ey. B. Pena. V. Crifo, Els a :\IcCo ..... en. A. Bati s t a. ThireJ rOil : C. I ateo. C. Zage r, C. \'(' hee l er. C. Benavide s R Ah a r ado. A. L doc. SPAniSH CLUB The Spanish C lub i s o n e o f th e m os t p opular cl u bs in sc h ool. w ith b o th En g li s h a nd S p a ni s h s p ea k i n g s tud e nt s it was r e -or g alliz e d in 1 9 1 4 at th e r e qu es t o f man y stude nt s The m a in eve nt of th e Spanis h C lub i s th e Cami va l D ance. t o whi c h all s tud ents l oo k f o rward. The spirit of ca rni va l i s ca u g ht i n th e rh y thmi c s p e ll o[ gay L a tin mu s i c Next o n th e age nd a i s that day o f f ood and fun. th e Span i s h C l ub pi c ni c. M ee t in gs are c a ll ed b y Mr. Al lan W a rd sponso r of th e club. o nl y w h e n th e r e is an important matter o r pro bl e m t o discu ss Gu es t s p ea k e r s and e n t e rtainers a r e u s u ally invit e d t o t h ese m ee t i n gs and r e fr es h m e nt s are se rv e d. Off i ce r s o f thi s ye a r w e r e a s f ollows: plesld e nt. relnancio S a i z v l cepl es ld e nt. Ana Rlos. secletalY Ani t a L o mb a na: treasure r. Y o l a nd a Ors ini. S peak e l s \\e I C Manue l B e n o(;a l and Ge n ev ieve Wh e el e r The Spanis h C lub on i t s annlla l picn i c at Far Fan. T h i s year' s Icaders ..... c r e as f ollow s : F e rn ando Sa iz. pre sident; An a Rio s vicepresident; Y. Or s ini. s ec r eta r y; A, Lombana. treasurer, Gay s mil e s 1\lon lun a s an d P ollera s wer e s porl e d at the club\. an n ual danc e

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Top: Gamboa Drca mboy . The tars s iri cll) bad.g round ... The u s ual plate t o rid e i s o n th e in side. Middle: Hubba! Hubba! . Fis h o uta waler. B a llow: P l e a se n o t alkin g in the library! ... Plu g ror Col ga t e

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1. \ Vai t ing f o r th e train t o come in ... 2. Th e co n cer t o t o end all co ncert os ... 3 Car e ful. B obb ie. th e r e 's a nt s in thaltha r g ra ss ... 4 C h eese ... 5. Hurr ying! t o SdlOOI ? ... 6. Dr a p e S h ap e ... 7. Eh! \ Vhat 's lip. D oc? . 8. Femal e bomb e ro s . 9. Rub y workin g hard f o r th a t o ne-h a lf c r edit lD. Onward t o Jim oops, gym tha t i s 1.1. H o liday han g o ut th e b eac h ? a n y b e ac h ... 12. Gangway. e v e r y b o d y See l y's h e r e a ga i n ... 13. Now wal k away and l eave 'e m Nob ody's gown fit tha t d ay r e m embe r ? . 15. Fibber M cGee's clo se t ... 16. D o YOll know what it mcan s t o pul a sailo r 's h at on. Anne? 1 7, S tat eside stuffl ove it! t8. Eve r y b o d y wan t s t o ge t i n t o the act ... 19. S u e what arc you d oing? ... 20. Come lip and sce me so m e tim e ... 21. Brin g e m ba c k d ead" ... 22. Co tt a m a t ch. bub ?

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I. \Vhal ya m ea n-a strike? 2. I s it r ea l ? 3 Busy "Be a ... 1. O.K .. w e kn o w yo u r e b a r efoo t ed. 5 What a s un L a n Wha L a ga l! ... 6. A lilli e b atLin g practice ... 7 Th a t Panama d r y seaso n w ind . 8 Our di g nif i e d senio r s p l aying with d olls . 9. f o r t h e b u s t o co m c in. 1 0. S napped during the a c t 11. h a t p eo pl e won't d o t o hav e th eir pi cture tak c n!. 1 2. Th ey' r e wor kin g f o r o n ce . 1.3. S mil e for th e birdie. L ois ... l eI. A r ose b e tw ee n two th o rn s 1 5 T aking l if e elsya t th e 110 0 n h ou r ... 1 6. A fri e ndl ) littl e argum e nt ... 17. Oh. th ose butte r lines. ] 8. Go in g t o th e C lub by-wait for me.

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I \Vhe r e's l olie C l i r r ? ... 2. Tw ob il s s h e can't eve n s t a r t the thin g .... 3 C l ose the doors. th ey' r e co min g in th e windows . k \Vell. w h ata ya kn o w A ... 5 A woooooo!" ... 6. D o n't YOll wat c h your mu s ic? .. 7. What did you sa) yo u go t in ph ys ics. J im ?

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8 H mm. nice t o n sils ... 9. Y o u'v e go t your liccnse-wh e r c s th c ca r ? ... 10. Leg art 11. I Ier! th .t-s m y l ocker! ... 12. Going in o r co min g out? . 1 3 Int c rmissi o n ... 1-1. Th e Gr ea t Profilc.

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I. This g un f o r hire! 2. The Three Mus k e t ee r s. 3 H o mespun. c l Oh. broLher! 5. Un it e d we stand, divide d w e fa ll. o. Aw. g wan -we kn ow Ihat th in g won t s hoot. 7 Man Shortage! 8. B.H.S. bearer o f th e co l o r s. 9. The Spirit of Ca rni va l. ] O. Jus t co u ldn', go any farther! II. Y ou can't fool u s th e book's jus t a prop. 1 2, Ca s
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1. W h a t 's th is-inv as i o n fr o m Mars? .. 2 Wh a t gal s d o n t go thro u g h f o r b ea u t y o r a r e a so nab l e f ac s i m i l e th e r eo f ... 3 H a rdw o r kin g (?) A L e a g u e b as k e tball m a n age r s ... 4 D a n c in g in th e da rk . 5 Our h a rd w o r k i n g se n i o r s c h atti n g in th e h a ll s ... 6 Bal a n cing a c t . 7. \ V h o r e y o u t r y i n g t o scare? . B. C l a mm a g l all1ma all o v e r th e p l a ce . 9 W e d o n t b elie v e a w o rd o f it . 1 0. I l o w's th e wat e r ? ... I I D o n t dro p th e m b o ys, th e y mi ght b r ea k 1 2. L oo k s lik e th e r e w as a s l i g h t b r eeze th a t d a y ... 1 3 Ev e r y b o d y h a p py? . 1 4 B e auty a nd th e b e a s t ... 1 5 M olly a nd Caro l y n h eado v e r h ee l s a s lIslia l 1 6. D i t c h d i gge r s. in corpo r a t e d ... 17. A r e all th e w a t e r f o u n tains ill t h e sc h oo l bro k e n ? b e f o r e s t a rtin g th e afte rn oo n g r in d l B T a kin g a bre a th e r

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Above: Wh e re)a go nn a s pil th e see d s Co nnie? Th e Nc\\ L oo k "The p a u se th a t r efresh es Be/oil' : Eil een, "The Pose" , All al o ne? , \Vh e fe's )Ollr o lh e r half ?

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Inc U BAT 0 R RO W T op r ow. fel l t o ri ght: S u e Sartain. Pau l e ll e T Otlssie h L o i s L ee. Ca r o lin e B e il. Na n cy H e fin g t un Second row : Bill and B arbara Bartho l o m ew. Rufh .;\l c nze!. Liesl Pollak (aboue) :-'l errit Bender {below), Ana Ri o ... ).l i .... W e ir. R a lph Fel s. Thir d row : Ann N i c h o l s an d Ellen. ;\Io ry oh r. Eil ee n Rabit e au. Ann Edwards R oyna R eece and Elaine L om ba rd. EI ... M cGowe n. Grace Kle in. F O llrth row: Co nwa y 1\' laphis. Ca rm e n Bri ght. i\laria Tano. C l o tild c H ele n Pretz, Nyd i a GOlilolcz.

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1.1'/1 10 "pllt, (;00('111'0,; Krollt. Char l e .. D cnni .... frank \Iint-,t. fO OT The "A" L cag u e AIIS t a r ope n e d the 1 9 / 1 7 sea,o n by bowing t o C.Z.J .c. b y a scor e o f 20. C.l.J . re("cived the opening ki("k off and r eac h e d the B a lboa goa l line with a se r i es of pa"e and run A l ine plunge gave College the ir fir s t ,co re. Ne ith e r t ea m thr ea t e n e d again until l a t e in the "'("ond 'Iu arte r w hen Ilill D e L a Mater intercepte d a B H. S. pass and scoo t e d s i x t y yard ... for a t o u chdown Inthe ,("("unci half B .ILS. ("a m e dri ving b ack and 'cor p d whe n Joe Ridge took the ball through ["en t r. Collegc scor e d ()n("c again with the aid o f a fift ee nyard p enalty early in the fina l s t a n za. The fina l t o u("hrlol\l' o f the ("on test b e l o nged t o B H .S. b y v irtur e o f a s h or t p ass from J ac k Ruoff t o Bill Carlin. TIIIJ I 1 D SI\II' I 'II ti l/ OFF DII. I ."AN SA II FlI ASEII "A" League football caplainc:. lelt to right. 1(/) TO/( : Parra. Ridge. Lundy, Tr o ut. 801(011/ rQ/(}: \ I adden. JUhll"OI1. CrtI\er. Bull. The C.H .5. AIIStar s e k e d out a 12 v i c t o r y agains t the Bulld ogs a t S tr o d e Ficld in the sec ond gl"l, iJr o n tlit o f the season. C ri s t o b a l r eceive d .the kic koff and mar c h e d down the f i eld t o sco r e the fir s t s i x points. With but twe nt y se?onds l eft J11 the f i r s t half the Atlanticside r s took t o the a i r t o scor e the i r ,econd and fill a I t al ly. lhe sc o r e a t the h a lf was 1 2, Cris t obal' s favor. E arly in the third quarte r lac k Huoff p lun ged ove r the C .H.S. goa l l i n e t o score for B li.S. The B .H.S l ad threat e n e d t o scor e se v e ral t ime s durin g the game, reaching the Cri t o b a l o n eya rd lin e t wice Th e final scor e : C.fLS.-1 2, B.H. S 6

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All-STARS w L Cristobal High School 4 0 C. Z. Junior College 2 2 B a lbo a !-I igh School 0 4 B.H.S s ufI e r e d its third d efea t when C.Z.J.C. h ande d the m a 206 se tba ck College score d two tou chdown s in the firs t half t o tak e a n ea rl y lead. Buddy Magee threw a t ouchdown p ass t o Jerr y D a rdin and th e conversi o n was goo d for a t o t a l of seve n point s Th e second t a ll y was scor e d w h e n Eddie Eder went thr oug h tackle after a s u s t aine d drive Th e Bulldog s ca m e roaring back in the second half t o reach th e goal lin e a nd l a ter sco r e on a pa ss from J oe Rid ge t o Burt See l ey B H.5. h e ld the upper hand throughout th e seco nd half until the c l osing minute s when Paul Kars t r eturne d a punt to sco r e s ix more points, and late r the conve r sion, for the Coll ege lad s. InTRAmURAl w L T Lund y 5 0 2 Ridge 5 1 Madden 5 1 1 Trou t 4 2 1 Gruver 2 4 Bull 1 4 2 J oh n so n 0 6 Parra 0 6 1 C.H.S. being thrown for a loss. In th e final gridiron co nt es t of th e seaso n the vis iting Atlantics ider s troun ced the Bulldogs to th e tun e of 31-0. Th e Cri s t obalites bro k e loo se in th e seco nd qua rt e r whe n they dre w a f ift ee n-yard penalty in B H.S. territ o ry an d sco r e d during th e n ex t p lay on a fla t pa ss Soo n afte rward, J ack H aywood r e turn e d a punt b y Bill Carlin of B.H.S for another t a ll y. Th e third quarter, like th e firs t was sco r e l ess B.H. S h owever, fe ll apart once again in th e last s t a nz a when a l o ng drive and two int e r ce p t e d pa sses n e tt ed Cri s t oba l e i g ht een more point s. Thi s fourth and l as t d efea t of 1947 gave th e B ulld ogs a record o f e i g ht se tba cks and no wins f o r the l a s t t.wo yea rs.

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College vs. S. H .S. fcalurin g h O I ac ti on in cold water. Toone sc ore s against C.H .S. with a sharp back-han d shut. WATER POlO Th e wat e r p o l o AllStars wound lip th eir 19 .... 7 1.8 seaso n w ith a p a ir o f vic t o ri es and th e s am e /lumb e r o f se t b ac ks. Starting o rr w ith a 1.0 thras hin g at th e h a nd s o f Junio r College, th e B ulld ogs w ent o n 1 0 e dge C. H.S 5-3, l ose agai n t o College 10 a nd tro un ce th e A t l a nti c side r s in th e f i na l contes t b y a sco r e o f 11l. Three o f th e gam es were p l a ye d a t ni g ht in th e Bal boa P ool. w hil e th e seco nd game f ound th e R H S. squad t rav e l in g t o th e Ga tun S wim ming P oo l in th e afte rn oo n The Ali-Sial' squad was composed o f Jim O r v is: Orlando S mith Ru ssell Lawre n ce a nd L e r oy Lundy, m e mb e r s o f l as t y ear's A L e a g ue; Arthur Patte n B Leagu e sq uad ; Emi l \l:l e lt z Jimmy Thompso n Richard Na varro, Eve r e tt Dillman. J o hn Conrad, and Fra n c i s Co l o mbani. n e w co m e r s t o th e inter sc h oo l l e am. Orv i s S m i th and W e lt z w e r e the hi g h sco r e r s f o r th e season. A I th e e nd o f an e x c ilin g and full intra Illural sc h e dule, Geo rge D o wning's s q u a d r es t e d in fir s t p l ace whil e L e roy Lundy 's and P e t e r F l y nn 's t eams fill e d th e sec o nd an d third pos iti o n s, resp ec tiv e :y. Ru sse l l L aw r e n ce, captain o f th e f ourth place squad, was hi g h. p o int lllan with a n average o f s l i g ht l y m o r e th a n th r ee p o int s per ti lt.

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.. :\ .. L eag u e water pol o ca ptain s left t o right: FI}n n Down ing. Patt('n Bull. Lundy. Not picturetl: Lawrence All-Stars Intramural 'iii L W L T Downin g 6 0 3 C.Z. Ju n i o r College 4 0 Lund y 4 2 2 F lynn 4 4 1 Balboa Hig h School 2 2 Law r e n ce 3 3 2 Pall e n 4 5 0 Cr i s t oba l High S chool 0 I Bull 1 8 0 "A" L e ague wat e r pol o AIIStars. lOp row: D S mith. On Lawr e n ce. I allel. Col o mb ani. Second r ow: Lundy. W eltz. Olho efl. T oone Na\arro. FrOllt row: Con nard. Dillm an. Patt en. Downin g.

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I. K e ith Krc th win s t h e IIB" L e a g u e tOO yard dash. 2. Choppy 'Vhit e h u rl s the di s c us. 3 P erfec t form in th e hig h jump. 4 F our l a p s e qual one m i l e and a mighty tire d White. 5 Did o Sm ith p ut s lh e s h ot. 6. C o rnin g fr o m b e hin d Russell Pre b l e w in s the 410 y d das h 7. Fra nk l in Tillm a n win s a g ain. 8 P a t C o u s land fini s hin g a qu i c k 880. 9. Flying o v e r th e hig h hurdles.

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BASEBALL Playing unde .. the arcs for th e fir s t tim e th e 13.1-1.5. base ball All-Sta r s e dg ed Junio r College befor e a c rowd of mor e than e i ght hundre d s p ectators The contest. sc h edule d f o r seve n innin gs, W C IlI into th e e i g h th fram e b e f ore Ih e B ulldog s co uld SQueeze in th e winnin g lally. J ack J oh n so n and Ed Scolt walked in th e second inning Ilnd sco red on a sacri fic e and three wild pit c hes by Bill Pre no. College ca m e ba c k in th e l O p of th e f ourth whe n Edd i e Ed e r had lif e o n an erro r. w e n I to seco nd o n a wild pil c h. and scored on a s in g l e b y A I Johns o n A walk. a s tol e n b a se and a hit b y D ave K e ll e h e r gave th e m a n o th e r laJl y in th e fifth stanza. Wally Olhoeft. J oe Rid ge. and Leroy Lund y collec t e d three s u ccessive s ingl e in th e l o w e r fiflh. with Olho eft sco ring t o give R H .S. th e lead o nce a ga in College u se d th ree walk s an erro r a n d a wild pit c h t o ge t two hig run s and surge ah ead again in th e s ixth B H .S. ti e d it up a gain in the s am e fram e w h e n Scott sco r ed o n a walk, e rro r and a wild pitc h. jimmy Orvi s open e d th e eighth with a walk. H e rb Daw so n s a c rif iced him t o seco nd and Stempel walked with Orv i s goi n g t o third on a wild pit c h Olh oeft laid down a squeeze bunt s coring Orvi s willI the winning run. Co urt ney St empe l and Bill Pre tt o allowed on l y five hil S apiece. a n d e a c h se nt thirteen bailers t o th e dugout via the strike -out rout e. The ba s eb all All-Star s s uff e r ed th e i r fir!>t d e f e at wh e n Ihey b o w e d t o the Cris t o bal nin e by a sco r e o f 5. The R I -I.S. slugge r s collec t ed seve n s af e ti e s for three runs whil e the j\lIanlic s iders g r oupe d t h eir f our hit s in Iwo big innings for a t o ta l o f five nms. T o m Culp e pper was c r e dit e d wilh th e \ ictory a lth o ugh G eo r ge E go lf r elie \ e d him t o put out a B.II.S upr i s in g i n the s ixth. Cook i e Stempel. l o s in g p i t c h e r f o r Ba l b oa, gave up fiv e hit s a nd six wa l k s whi l e fannin g fou r t ee n, \"\;' alt e r Olho eft c h al k e d up two hit s in four att e mpt s whi l e Ed SCOII and L e r oy L und y ellc h had on e for two. H erb Daw so n, B e rni e K e ll e her. and J oe Rid ge each had one Saf e l ) in th ree official trips t o the plat e C.Z,J_C. cli n c h e d the int e r-scho o l c h a mpion s h i p when th ey hande d the Bull dogs a 9-5 defeat in th e mos t l oose l v-p l ayed g am e of th e sea s o n College s co r ed th eir nin e run" o n innumerable errors and only fi\ e hib. B.H.S. abo took advantage of miscues in sco rin g five ru n s on three hit s. Bill Pretto Ih e winnin g pit c her, gave lip f ive TUIlS three hits and five walk s stri kin g out fourt ee n Cook i e S t empel. charged with th e l oss allowed seve n run s three and fOllr wal k s whil e fanning th ree in four and twothird!> innings. L e r oy Lund y r e li e \ e d S t empe l in th e f ourth. g i ving lip two run s o n tw o hil<;. no wa l k s an d one s trikeo ut in two a n d one-third fram es. H e rb Daw!>on triple d, George D o wnin g doubled, and B oyde B eving t o n s i n g l ed f o r the three 8.1 1.5. sa feties.

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D S mith !.cor es in intramural p l ayuff A3n w. ae't. fl"a-Cl". n ehel" -QU) : \)cl"o\c ,," e right. \a\1lt;,. Ielt FOront \\' a\\el" \)ao;.c\)s\\ Not pictU .' coo't. \ \e )\){':l". "'1 \ \\0 parra. 'rC. \ The baseball AII S t H f s n o t c h ed seco nd -pl ace honor s by o ut 1'\\\l"C sco rin g th e C ri s t o b a lit es 1 2 ill th e final gam e of th e season. Balb oa opened th e sco rin g in th e firs t inning with s in g lc3 b) Dit o S mith a nd L e r oy Lund y a nd a long triple b y J oe Rid ge Wall y Olhoch out by inches. f o r a t o t a l o f Iwo runs C.H.S ti e d i t lip in th e lowe r half with two unearn ed rUIlS. Going int o th e seco nd inning, RH.S sco r e d e i ght runs in th e bi gges t r ally o f th e yea r. Wh e n th e s m o k e had cl ea r e d. th e Bulld ogs had collec t e d a brace o f walk s. three s in g les. a double b y Smith, a nd a triple b y Cook ie S t empe l. T orn Culpepper r elieved Geo rge Egol f i n th e third a nd blanked th e Balb oa n s ill fOllr o f th e last fiv e innings. H erb Dawson walk ed with o n e o ut in th e s i x th and Lund y d r ove him home with a triple int o d ee p left f ie l d Downing si n g le d. sco rin g Lund y from third. C.H .S. k ept fighting, sco rin g a sing le rlln in Ihe third a nd a pair in both th e f ourth a nd s i x th. S t empe l gave up seve n runs all s i x hit s fiv e walks. and tw o hitbat slIlen. fannin g f i f teen Egol f allowe d t e n rlill S on e i ght hit s and three w a lk s in two innings Culpeppe r gave a s t e ll a r re li e f perfor mance. allow i ng on l y tw o runs o n f all I' hit s ill five in nin gs. T alki n g it over beforc th e gam e.

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S l c mpci lak es a cut. ALL -STARS Canal Z o n e Junior College Balb oa Hig h Sc h oo l Cri s t obal 1-1 i g h Sc h oo l W 3 InTRAmURAl L I 2 3 ( D o ubl e eliminat i o n t ourname n t ) Frase r Tro ul S t empe l K e l l e h e r Kle pp e r J J o hn so n Parra B. J o hn so n W <1. S 2 1 l o o L I 2 2 2 2 2 2 ),l cGlade beals Ih e Ihrow 10 O l hoefl.

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Sof tball c aptains. s tanding: C. White. P e t erso n F'ly nn. Kne eling: Va lti e rra Lum. ALL -STARS w c. Z. Junio r College Balb oa Hi g h Sc h oo l Cr i s t obal Hi g h Sc h oo l 0 L 0 2 Softball AUStars. top rou-: Coac h Miner!. R e min g ton. L e t e n d r e, Zimmerman. de l a Guardia. Second row: B e na ck. Flynn Connan!. H atchet I. Valti e rra. Front row: R athgeber. Sa ndif ord. B Lang, N. H aydel. T. O' D o n nelL SOfTBAll Th e so ftb all AllStars o p e n e d lh eir ]948 se a so n w ilh a 9 vic l o r y ove r the C ri s t o b a lites at Stro d e Field. The Bulld ogs sco r e d th eir nin e r un s o n e i g ht hit s, fiv e walk s, a nd five erro r s, whi l e th e Atl a nti c-side r s u se d s i x hit s f O llr walks and s ix erro r s f o r a t o ta l of e i g ht run s Mik e Valti erra and J o hn Rimming t oll l e d th e hittin g p a r ade with a doub l e a nd a s in g l e a nd two s in g l es r es pe c tiv e l y P e t e F l y nn r elieve d b y Bill Z imm e rm a n in the seve nth was c r e dited with the vic t o r y a nd Jim Co rb e tt. who a l so n ee d e d h e l p was c harged with th e l oss. 1n th eir seco nd and l a s t th e RH.S. so ftb all A Il S t a r s l os t t o Junio r College whe n tll ey were abl e t o sco r e only f our runs o n as many hit s w hil e th e college nin e co mbin e d e i g ht hit s for a t o t a l of t e n Tuns. Mik e Va lti erra, Walter R e if P e t e Fly nn a nd J o hn Rimmin gto n h ad a s in g l e eac h w hil e J o hn T oo n e sco r e d tw o o f th e four run s. TIle bigg un o f th e d ay was Fre d Sund stro m o f Junio r College, who collec t ed a s in g l e a nd a h ome run in three trips to th e pl a t e P ete Flynn gave up e i g ht hit s and t e n run s fannin g three and walkin g nin e in se v e n innin gs. Bill Ush e r. college hurl e r. allowe d f our ru n s on four hit s walkin g t e n and stri kin g ou t three Balb oa Hi g h School batters.

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BASHHBALl The intramural b as k e tball se a so n ha s n o t begu n as th e Z OIl/:an goes t o press H owe v e r. th e intramura l captains. h ave pi c k e d th eir t eams a nd a r e a n x i o u s l y awa itin g the i r r es p ec tiv e c h a n ces t o burn up th e floo r in what pro mi ses t o b e a thrilling seaso n The AllStars pi cture d a nd m e nti o n e d 011 thi s page a r e th ose who a re Illost lik e l y t o b e a m o n g the twe l ve "sh a rpies" t o d Oll th e flas h y n e w cage unifo rm s thi s yea r. H e n ry "Sl ow W allace. a vet eran fro m l as t yea r. will prob abl y s t art a t cente r H enry Phillips th e o nl y n ewco m e r t o th e t e nt ative fir s t -s t r in g. and W a ll y Form, f i n esse. and two poin t s Tro ut seaso n o f star, w ill cove r th e f o r wa rd p os iti o ns The guards w ill incl ud e J o hn M adden a n d J ac k Ru o ff. bo th o f w h o m sa w pl e nt y o f ac ti o n la s t year. J ac k J o hn so n a nd L e r oy Lundy fin i s h o ut th e lis t o f r eturning stars. w hil e \Vally Olhoeft a nd C h a rli e M cArthur w ill undoubte dl y see th eir share o f acti o n a l so Junior College, th o u g h s till a d a nger o u s co nt e nd e r d oes n o t l oo k as impress i ve t hi s yea r as in th e past. Rum o r see m s t o h ave it that C ri s t o bal Hig h Sc h oo l a l so s h ows d e finit e s i g ns o f wea kn ess On th e o th e r h a nd th e Bulld ogs w ill surpr i se o n e a nd a1l if th eir "bite" d oes n l t prove as f a t a l t o all oppo n e nt s as t h eir pre se a so n b a rking" w o uld l ead u s t o b e li eve.

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Lefl t o riglll. toll ro/(}; George BIIII, LOlli e ) Iallia. "Bo" Gnm: r. John ) Iadden Sec ond row: Ed Sco t!. Ll'r o y Lund}. J ac k Dito Smi th Thir d row : Pat C (Jllf.,land, J oe Rid ge. B e rnil: Kelleher. I T CLUB The hi g h es t award th a t can b e a ttained b y any boy f o r in a t h le ti c a c ti v iti es i s e lecti o n to m e mb e r ship ill th e "B" C l ub. Elig i b ilit y f o r m embe r ship r e qui r es o n e All-Star. bu t you lIlu s t obtain th e maj o rit y vol e o f th e m embe r s b efore e jecti o n int o th e arSil) c1ub_ I niti a ti o n s are h e ld eac h se m es t e r. The m a j o r soc ia l event o f th e -B" C l ub thi s year was th e annual bal HllIe l h e l d 011 t\lay 8 a t t h e Sailfi s h C lub. Office r s f o r th e yeHr w e r e a s f ollows : G eorge Bull. pres id ent: f Head Gruve r. "i ce-presid e nt ; L o u i e I\-I all i:l_ sceJ'clar): J o hn t\l addcll_ treasurer: Coach Ch.trles Kro llt. f ac ult y advi ser_ Th e club col..e ... a t th e f ootba ll J:um c". \\ hat a b ea lltiful urr:t}' o f n e w girl ... W3<; p re<;cnt a t 011 th e day of the B-Cl llb initiation! ,At the thi ... }ea r wer e John ,\Iad d ell. trca!ourer; George Bull. prc .. id c llt ; a n d "Bo" Cnne r v i ce-pre-.id e lll.

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Left t o ri ght. top rolU: Ana R i os. J oan i e H orler. B oge)' Frilz. Second rQW: P egg), E\ an s Ca rol B rc nlil er. Clo lild c B e na vides J anel B a rn es. Third rOw: Ca r ol)'1l B e ll. B ea trice R e),es Oliv e S e il. Nuvia P a s arnanl e 1\lary Snedeker. Front roll' : Slle Hutc hin gs. G l o ria Glaze. L o i s J o hnson J e a n n i n e D o r ga n G. A. A. Paralle lin g th e ;' B" Club i s t h e Girls Athl etic A ssoc i a tion. S in ce its o r gani za t i o n in 1 9 3 7 th e h o n orary h a s b ee n a ctive in a ss limin g l ea d e r s h i p o f o utd oo r a nd indoor r ec r eatio na l act ivit ies f o r g irl s E li g i b ili ty f o r m e mb e r s hi p r e qui r es two AIIStars ill o n e yea r and approval o f th e m embe r s Thi s ye a r's unifo rm f e ature d a s p ort j a c k e t of th e G.A.A. co l o r s blu e a nd w hile. a n d d ecorat e d with G.A.A. m o n og ram 011 th e fr o nt. A ctiv i t i es o f th e c lu b inc l ud e d a s po rt s a sse mb l y. th e "Career" Dan ce a t r i p t o Santa C l a r a. a nd th e ann ua l banqu et. Offi ce r s for th e vea r w e r e as foll ows : J oa n H o r t e r. presid ent: Barb a r a Fritz. v i ce -pres id e nt : Ana Ri os sec r e t a r ) : .Mis; D o roth y R ec t o r. fa c ulty adv iser. J ohn T oo n e b egging for a n i c k e l a t th e G.A.A. dance \ 1 th e contro l s thi s year were J oanie H orter. pr esident; and Barbara F rilz. v i ce p residen t G.A.A. m eets i n th e gym to disclIss th e annual banquet.

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VOLLEYBAll "Loo k out for that s pi ke!" som eo n e s h o ut s amongs t e x c it e d c heer s. Thrilli n g exhibitio n s of t eamwork u s h e r e d in Ih e '48 v olley ball rea son. This s p o rt. hoa s l ing a n impressive lurn out. gave aft e r-school pla y a goo d s tar!. Nine capt a in s c h ose their t eams, and fun a nd e x e r cise became th e order of th e day. Our "1\" Leagu e A li -Sial' includ e d s i x g irl., e l ected b y u s and seve n appointe d b y Coac h Pal O' Co nn e ll. T ru e, at th e e nd o f th e se a soll B.II.S brou g ht tip th e r ear wilh o n e win and three l osses, bu l tho se thirt ee n g irl s g av e a good s howing. J u s t a s k Captain J oa n lI orle r for Ih e l owdow n JU<;I for th e book s. we'll m e n ti o n th at C.Z .J. C. c am e oul o n lOp wilh three w i n s and o n e l oss. a n d C. I L S. placed seco n d wilh tw o win s and I wo d efe at s. Left : Lilli e bit of twin work at th e pla y of voll ey ball -Jane and Joan William ... Right : "II 8 mil es f o r th e c am era are th e nin e o ll ey balJ captain s F rom left to right. f r ont t o back. ther are: B. Fritz. G. G l aze. D D edeanx. J P owe ll. B. R eye ... E L om b a r d .\1. Rathgeb e r. C. Br e ntn e r.

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,\Iary Snedeke r hil S th e ball a s Caro line B cil catc h es in an afte ro:ch oo l pra c tice ga m e. ... :('''(; j,).: ... ;:::..=:;r.'. -' With a throw fr o m cat c her B c i!. Joan H o rl e r i s i n th e air as C l o thild e B e nc, i des arri\ c s sa f e al sec ond. SOfTBALL Eighty g irl s compose d a goo d turnou t f o r so ftb a ll. th e ru gge d ou td oo r game th at ca ll s f o r e n e r ge ti c indi v idual s. Softball i s th e l as t s p ort of th e sc h oo l year, and f o r t h e yea r o f '48 Ih e r e w e r e five t eams. The captains o f th e Learns w e r e as follow s : J oan H o rt e r. Barbara F'rit z B ealriz R eyes Joan William s a nd D o r o th y D e d ea ux A s th e ZOllill11 w e nt t o press th e flys w e r e fly in g and th e g r o und e r s sco rin g runs. a s aft e r-s c h oo l gam es w e r e in full sw in g Caro l } n B ell .. at third wilh umpir e Pat O'C o nn ell ru l i n g h e r s afe. From b e hind pit c h e r Gloria Glaze. Coac h O' Co nn e ll c alls th e s trik es and balls.

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0", c ;Clo';ou' . I League AIIS .. follo w,. Standing: Fr a n c i s \each. Caplain. J03n Horler. Carol Brenlncr. Dorothy D e deaux. B ell} Jane K e neal y ; Kneeling: Barbara Frill. a n d Bealriz R eye s ; Sittirlg: Jane and Joan Williams. The captains p ose d a r e a.:: I r ont rOI( : left to right: Dorothy Dedeaux. A lhritton. Jane lIanford. Barbara Fritz ; ba c/; roll'. lelt t o right: B e3triz R (yc .... J.)un lIorler. Joan P owell. J oan William ... BASKETBAll R e m e mber th ose neak) bon es and sor e mu scles that came wit h th at 10llg se a so n o f bas k e tball ga m es playe d a ccording 1 0 s('h eciule? Those l e n b es t f rolll all th e r es t th a l rang up the firs.t v ic tor) in g ir l s s p o rt s included s u c h ou t s t a n ding guards a s Barbara Fritz a nd Capt ain Fr a n ces Veach A c ross th e lin e o n th e forward l i s t wer e t h e Williams twin s a nd Beat ri z R eyes The g irl s H l way s wen t on th e floor with Coach P a t O'Conn e ll' s word s rin g in g in th eir cars 'Play c lean a n d good lu ck kid !" In th e firs t game t e n s ion was hi g h a n d competitio n g ood as B.H .S e m e r ge d v i ctorious over C. H .S. 1 85. Second and th i rd games f ollowed with C.Z.J.c. tro ullced in bo t h by sco r es of 35 1 6 a nd 3 l -11 r es pectively. T o e nd th e l e a g u e B.H .S d owne d C.H .S. 1 9 5 F o r th e fir s t t i m e gold baske tb a ll s w e r e award e d t o th e AIISt a r g irl s f o r winning th e int e r sc h o l a s t ic bas k etball champ io n ship. Pl ay wa .. ,-tnpptd and by th e girJ. .. of the '. \ ..

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The f our g irl .. ready f o r t h e <:i gn ai t o .. t a n a r e a<: fvllo w ... leI! t o rich!: ) J o r ga n. Vir gi n i a Coffey Yio l et Y a n V e ld t. a nd HUlh H oee. The gi rl .. are off a t Ih e so un d o f Ih e g un f o r th e 100 m e i e r free .. t y l e r ace. The mo s t a c t i ve s wimming g roup Ihi s ycar was th e wate r balle t troupe und e r th e direc t io n of 1\'lrs Mildrc ( 1 Trimburg e r The aqu8 c ad e sphl s h ed it s way int o publi c a tt entio n w ith e xhibi ti o n wat e r balle t s Iha t ope n ed n ew l y co n s tru c ted pool s 011 s eve r a l o f th e Army po s t s The g irl s p erfo rm ed in formatio n s o f s t a r s pi nwh ee l s and in gen e ral rh y thmi c s wimming The trisc hool swimming meet with C. H .S .. B.H.S .. and C.Z .J.c. wa s s c h e du le d f o r th e month of April. J o y c e Zceck. an o ut standing m e mb e r o f th e swimming group. participated in th e Junio r and Senior Natio nal C hampionship i\l e e t s at Palm B e a c h. F'lo ricla During r c h ear .. al a l Ih e arnl } po o l al FI. Guili c k w e find Ih e i\quac ad e d o in g Ih e "Ripple dive. \ln1O.t t o u c hin g h e r toe:-in a f r ont jac k knif e Gloria G l aze perfo rm s fr o m Ih e b oa r d.

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ClASS PROPHECY The yea r 1958 find s a pair of l18 B.H.5. g r ads w ith a nose for news (probably Parrakee t p e ddl e rs) zoomi n g ove r t erra firm a in a red a nd white jet plan e see kin g th e w h e r ea b outs of th eir f e ll ow a lumni Here f ollow th e results of their quest: The dale i s n ow 1958, a nd in h e r mansion o n th e outskirts of New York. we find Ma.rie P':e robon. w h o h as married a millionaire. Tommy Tr1oods. h e r personal butler: i s ass i s tin g her in g i v in g a parLy in h o n o r o f H enry (C,'c/one) Wallac e, th e dare d evil speed s ter o f th e Tnd ianapolis Speed way. The g ue s t s are beg innin g t o arri ve Aft e r all the trouble s h e went throug h. having Domingo H inds. of B ell), Boyd's Dress Shop, desi g n so m e thin g s p ecia l f o r the event. th e h os t ess' gow n has not ye t arri ved. : Meanw hil e down stairs. jus t arriving. we see Jim Ball th e famou s movi e p r o du ce r. squiring hi s l a test l eading l ady. Gloria Glaze. w h o was r e o ce ntl y vo t e d most t a l ented actress in H o ll ywood. It l ooks as if Phyllis A lbritton. now cartooning for Looney Tunes. and J ohn Balchun. w h o i s d es i g nin g patterns f o r Easter eggs are double d a tin g with rr1ilma Hi dalgo. noted tree surgeon. and h e r escort AI Adams. whose b u s i n ess ilis to manufacture c h oco l a t ecoa t e d dog bi sc uit s Around th e p un c h b ow l we see COllnie Beil, firs t wom a n f ootba ll p l aye r. with th e l ea m 's manager. Barbara Budge_ di sc u ss in g Anne Edwards' unbelieva hl e accom pli s hm ent o f b e in g th e fir s t person t o s w i m th e Atlantic O cea n w ith wat e r win gs. T a kin g part in the di sc u ss ion. we a l so find Tommie Smith s u ccess ful trave lin g sa l es man. and Pa t Causland, now a se nat o r repr ese ntin g the f ine s tat e of T exas. D a n c in g with Mary Snedeker. th e o nl y known woman f erry hoat ca ptain. i s Bill Alexander. a hi g h-up man i n the Empire Stat e Buildin g wind ow was h e r t o yo u Bill Edwards, one o f the soc i a lite's c hauffeurs. i s s ee n c1imb in g th e sla i rs with a box. so probably o u r h os l ess will b e d ow n soon. It l ooks as if Dick Nitta l oo k a vacati o n from hi s o dd job o f co untin g th e number o f sal mon ente rin g Gra nd Co ul ee D am, t o be w i t h u s t o ni g ht. Over in one co rn er, Betty Lou Tas sel. w h o h as mad e a tid y s um manufacturing miniature outboard motors f o r tired goldfi s h. i s One Hundred Fourteen h av in g a h ea t e d a r g um ent w i th th e River a brothers, Ju an and Julio, who ha ve jus l o p e n e d a se rie s of hot dog stands in Littl e Am e r i c a. K i bitz i n g o n t h e s id e we h ave Burl Seely and Frank Tillman, o wners of th e Perf ec t P as t e l Plastic Pipes for P lumbers Company." J acob I saac a nd Warren LeOI/, manufac ture r s of F a l se Teeth for Faili n g P e t s are vai nl y see kin g Ihe i r missing h os t ess w ith the aid of F.B. I. Agent L ois Lee The h os t ess h as finall y arrived and fir s t t o greet h e r i s a n o l d buddy, Buck Millet, n ow funning th e R a inbow Colored Undert a k in g P a rl o r," wilh th e a bl e h elp o f R ichard Croco. At th e piano we find th e noted pianist. Victor l ltlaSOTl wit h his piano tun e r. Ana Rios The party is getting under way n ow so l e t's leave a nd see what 's go i n g o n in uptown New York. Around t h e co rn e r and up a f ew bl oc ks) i s the I'Woo l y D ogs a nd F luffy Cats" B eauty Sal o n owned by n o n e o th e r th a n our fri end Eileen Schneider. It is closed at present but w e und e r stand that it i s staffed almos t co mpl e t e l y b y B.H.S. graduates. Mike Kotalic and Feli x F ilos a r e th e manicuris ts and Ralph F e l s i s a s pecia l i s t i n Canin e D e nt i s try. H e l e n Pret:, th e popular hair sett e r. i s workin g hand in hand with Merrit B e ncier, who i s bu sy d es i gning new h air s t y l es f o r dogs and ca t s. Dor othy Harrison, originat o r of the fam o u s Tri-Egg Shampoo, f o r whi c h th e s h o p i s n ow fam o u s, i s a l so employe d h e r e Ma:l;ne Couchma. n h ead b ea uti c i an. i s makin g a n a m e f o r h erse lf. Working as h e r s ub ordinate i s Ann Nichols, th e s h o p 's o n e and on l y peroxi d e ex p ert. Right n ex t d oo r i s a n o ld favorit e, Freddie H or tall now running a flower s hop ingeni o u s l y named "Freddie's F l owe r Pot." Rober t Jorde n t h e juni o r partne r i s talkin g t o Virginia R yter, th e w i nd o w d es i g n e r d ecorato r a nd handywo man about the displ ay. Mike Cody, the s h op's supe r. s a l eman, i s try in g h e r o i c all y t o mak e a sal e of dandelions in s t ea d o f roses which have b ee n so l d out. Whil e thi s transac t i on i s taking p l a ce, the b oss's private sec retary, Ramon a Mulle r i s s ni c k ering beh ind her work. Protec t e d b y a sheath of ferns w e find Choppy White, fighting a l os ing battl e with Elaine

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Ru ggles on th e ques t ion o f why can' t r e d rose s be blue The n ext s top i s at o n e o f th e m os t popular nit e club s in N e w Y o rk. ';Pat and Mik e's own e d by. naturall y M ike Valtierra and Junior Partn e r Pal Gallo. Checkin g hats a t th e entrance w e see Aurora Uribe. Although s h e is vcry bu sy s h e find s p l en t y of tim e t o ta l k t o t h e c i g a r ette g i rl s l olie Anrl Kilb e)' a nd Barbara Barthol omew. H ea dwait e r Fred Aydle ll i s g i v i ng in struc t ion to tw o of th e busy waitr esses. leon and Jon e Hon/ ord. Pat Coakley. ma s t e r o f ce remonies open s th e floo r s h o w by in t rod u c in g th e g irl that h as New Y o rk burning with h e r t orc h songs. L ouise M c Manu s Bac k in th e kitch e n Larry Brown. th e di s hw asher. and J oe Ridge_ the chef. are arguing with th e h ea d coo k Wall y Olhoe/t. abo ut the numbe r o f plat es h e us es for one meal. O ccupy in g th e rin gs id e tabl es are a f e w B.H.s n o t ab l es. Th e re t o the ri ght i s B arbar a Frit z no torious selle r of artificial mu sc l es. with h e r lat es t flame Ru ssell Lawreflce. n ow d o in g r esea r c h f o r Mr. Fisc her's revi se d l ab manual. H avin g c alle d a m o m entary truce and s i ttin g at th e sa m e tabl e a r e DOli W e in e rt and Char les Carn ey. who h ave b ee n in th e h ead lin es fre qu e nt l y with their co nt es t for the f lagpol e Sittt in g championship o f 1958. H e r e t o see th e mu c h adverti se d r olle r s katin g tri o "The Triple Terr o r s co mpo se d of J ohnn)' Lalld e rs. J im Mcintyre and Aure li o Parra. are Caroly n B ell a big business woman on W all Street. Ida H enley, w h o is trying vainl y to di sco ver a word t o rhym e with o r ange and 1 0 H at c h elf. a hope ful go ld pros p ec t or. The h ouse lig ht s dim. th e crowd g r ows quie t and the ma s t e r o f ce r emonies announces th e club's big. outstanding a tt ract i o n t h e one th e women of thi s era h av e vo t ed the man th ey' d m os t like t o m ee t in a dark alley. th e ma n th e g irl s a r e mad aboul. our o wn-Cliff /Peaver! Clappin g and whis tl ing h ys t e ri cally are D oris Spry, now th e I?roud mother of an octe tt e (Canada demande d a re co unt). Paul ette TOllssieh., who ha s won distinction by b e in g ab l e t o "shinny" up a coconut tree faster than any person on ea rth an d J ean P hillips. book i e for F e rnando Saiz' race trac k s are a l so on hand t o se e the s h ow. The c r oone r h as l e ft th e s tage, and. fig htin g the ir way thro u g h the admi rin g c rowd o f s pectator s we f i nd H orrnecinda Schm idt d oc t o r Cannen Bri g ht. her nurse and A Iberlo Davis and B ob H omer. stre t c her bearers. try in g t o l oca t e th e e i g ht women who w e r e s u pposed t o h ave f a int ed. a r o und snoopi n g in Ule potted pa l m s a nd und e r tables i s ROyI/O R eece She i s s till l oo kin g f o r Kilr oy havin g d e di ca t e d h e r lif e t o th e sea r c h for th e lilli e m a n who was n t th e re. Am o n g our hon o r ed g u es t s i s L iesl P olla!.: first woman pres i den t o f our country. J ean o(lfinen now very mu c h i n demand f o r h e r s in ging t e legrams. None)' Cole man. n O l ed sculptress who is d o in g a h ea d o f so m e o n e (sh e won't t ell who) o n a m ountain that she won't l oca t e. and Els a l/cCowe n wh o m man y p eo pl e accuse of b eing a miser. S h e r eally i s n t. s h e jus t does n't b e l iev e in s p e ndin g h e r mon e) if s h e ca n spe nd so m eo n e e l se s l11ey are h e r e to see th e r e n owne d ball e t duo Jan e Williams and B ernice H erri ng. who are makin g th e ir first publi c appe ar ance s in ce l ea vin g t he Balle t Busse Mar g ar e t W i ard th e o r c h estra l ea d e r is b e in g pa ge d t o tun e up h e r mu s i c ians in preparatio n f o r Sue Sartain s ada g i o dan ce. She i s found a s lIs lia l in th e bar. not drinking but flirtin g w i th th e ba rt e nd e r. Burton B e noit. A s w e l eave P al and Mike' s w e see e nt eri n g Conu. o), JlIaphis and J oan WilliOln s who are just going to work. Th ey start when eve ryon e e l se goes h o m e to b ed oh. for th e life of a sc rubwoman. The re's C harl es Mald onado on th e co rn e r w ith his littl e n e w ss tand. L e t' s s top an d see what 's n ew. Bobbi e lIe nt ge n. th e w elIknown poll-taker i s now in Ala s ka t aking a poll o n how man y E s kimo s ea t fish for breakfast. Nancy J-1e/illglofl ha s invented a new a t om i c hair t oni c. B e ll ) Il'/U/liIlS, n o w war d e n a t Sin g S in g r e vea l s an odd c rim e to th e public It see m s that David R yall and Jac k Gill are se r v i n g term s for grand larce ny-st ea lin g p e nnie s from pi ggy bank. [hal is. Our b oy Cliff 80=y" Myers a noted p syc h o l ogis t. i s co ndu c tin g an ex periment with Russell Dreu Bo Gru ver. and Jad. ... ,:e Schmidt. who insist on see in g babyblue alli g ators with char tre use stripes. in s t e ad of th e proverbial pink e l e phants G ert l Ollslra. who r a i ses tulips as a h obby ha s jus t donated another f o r t y d oze n t o "Freddie's flower POL" as s h e d oes e ach year. On th e sports p age we read that Anne Trim b/e and Cra ce Klein. race h o r se owne r s. hav e poo l ed their r esourc e s in h opes of obtaining a large su m of m oney. In th e One Hun d red Fi/teen

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soc i e t y n ews. w e see that Nllvia Pas amallt e and Ernest Fremimall are finall y ge ttin g marrie d afte r a l o n g f our weeks court ship. The ce r e m o n y was p e rf o rm e d by B ob I1allso ll. n o w an up-andco min g youn g mini s t e r. On th e mi scellaneous page w e find th a t Ra ymond I1arrari h as f ound happiness in rai s in g e lectri c ee l s in casp of a n e l ec tri ca l s hort a ge o r so h e sa id w h e n int e rvi e w e d. Al so h olding p ec ul air jobs a r c Rob er t Fuller and Mari/YII S i ssoll. de e pl y e n g r osse d in th e arL o f b eco min g ex pert g rav e di gge r s U nd e r n e w di scove r i es we see th a t J oal1 F er ro h as fina l l y p erfec t e d h e r mi s takel ess t y p e writ e r. mu e h t o th e g r i e f o f t ypi n g teach e r s Vic t o ria Gri/o h as s u ccee d e d in manufacturing polka d o t t oothpic k s. I n th e goss ip co lumn w e sec that Alar y LOll M ohr, at o n e tim e an e nt erpris in g yo un g co ncert pianis t. i s n ow rum o r e d t o b e pla y in g th e piano in J oe's Can tin a. a s p ea k easy o n th e Ea s t S ide. A l so m e ntioned in th e column a r e Ruthie Rose and C. R. Crenshaw. who a r e n o w said to b e pain ting c r eso te o n pot s for a li ving. Dor othy B ower. p opular you n g wri t e r. i s th o u ght to b e compl e ting h e r l a t es t b ook. to go on s al e n ex t month. tit l e d rill Beginning t o Sec th e Light" o r L if e S t o r y of Tho ma s Edi son." JohT/ TOOTle and Tommy T y l er. pl u mb e r s f o r th e "Triple P lumbing Co." w e nl o n a b inge" l as t ni ght and r e v e r sed a ll th e h o t and co l d wat e r taps in th eir employer's main o ffi ce On a p age b v itself i s a bi g adverti se m ent f o r a circ u s owne d b y Bob Joh1150n and lac k Hilliard. \1;/e 'll h ave t o see what 's go in g o n th e r e. Out in fro nt B e ll y L o u McNew. th e s how's bar k e r. i s draw in g a c rowd t o th e hul a hula s h o w whe r e G e nevi eve F Ollseca. B e rta P eT/a and R elle Llopis a r c kno c kin g ou t a ru gge d r ythm w it h th e ir hips I n one of t h e s id e s h ows. D e nllis White. t h e p l as t ic faced man. i s scari n g th e littl e kids w ith hi s fac ia l canto r tio ns. H as a nyOl1l'" see n Eddi e th e l eading man in flea traine r Eil ee n Rabitem/s fle a c ircus? h e can' t see m t o l oca t e him a nywh e r e I sabe l fPash b urn a nd h e r s l o th act are r ece i ving a tt e nti on. On th e flat f o rm nex t to th e hula hu l a dance r s w e see L ois Glenn hi g h pries t ess o f V oo d oo p erform ing m ystic rit es that o nly s h e unde r s tands. I n a co rn e r of th e t e nt we find Nancy Mudge l/. th e s n ake charme r. knitting swea t e r s f o r h e r pe t s H ec klin g th e swo rd swallower. Fran cis Haydel. r who i s Ol1e /-I1111(/r ed Sixteen ac tu ally workin g f o r a liv ing) i s Sue Sallders, th e ci r c u s' fat lady. It's lime for th e main s h ow. so l e t's go over t o th e bi g t e nt and see what's going on. Nuth ie M ell;;el i s th e firs t entrant. f eature d a5 a bare back rid e r. The n come th e clown s. and among them are Pete a nd Homer Ch e ll. who are popular with th e childre n Ridin g o ut thro u g h th e t ent o penin g int o t h e a r e na i s Carol YII R obillson. s i lting o n th e head of one o f h e r e leph an t s Th e way th e e normous c r eatures o b ey h e r eve r y com Illand i s a stoundi n g Fl oa tin g g r ace full ) th r o u g h m idair a r e Sarita Sasson and Mar cliS Del Bu s t o. trapeze artists. Wa y lip above. the sea l traine r. B er ta A;;carra ga. who i s puttin g her sea l s throug h th eir paces_ i s Barbara H at c h e ll -tripping gaily a l o n g h e r t ightro pe. She k ee p s th e audi e n ce s pell b o und with her ant ics. Ne x t co m es th e main altraction o f th e s h o\,-the l i o n tamer and her seve n l ove l y li o n s. The tamer. by th e way. i s n one other than R oberta Warde ll. La s t o f all i s th e hu man ca nn o n ball. Ruth Appill. who i s n ot o n l y s h o t th rou g h th e ca lln o n but a l so d oes a trip l e so m e r s au lt. A s s h e pulls o u t o f th e l a s t so mm e r sa ult a nd heads safe l y t owa rd s th e n et. th e a udi e n ce h eaves a s i g h o f r elie f an d beg in s t o l e ave. Up at N iagara Fall s a n e w h o t el. t-Jan gove r Inn. i s o p e nin g t oday. a nd Jim Russe ll. th e pro ud owne r. i s g iving hi s staff l as t minute in structio ns b e f o r e a n y g u es t s a rrive. B ell Burn s and l im Fras e r a r c b e in g bri e f e d o n th e courtes ie s o f all goo d b ell h o p s b y th e ir chief. R on ald Chisholm. Ellriqu e 110 a nd JOllies J o ll y. janito r s. a r e putting fini shing t o u c h es o n thin gs dowll s t a ir s. while upstairs th e c hambermaids Nellie D elValle and Cynthia l a//ray. a r c tryin g to r e m e mber w h e th e r o r n o t th e y h ave p ut pink b l a nk e t s i n th e b lu e r ool11. The h o t e l wago n h a s j u s t r eturned frolll th e train s tati o n with th e f i rs t g u es t s. an d th e f ir s t co up l e t o entpl" th e h o t e l i s n o n e o th e r th a n j ooflie H orter a nd L e roy Lun dy. n ow M r a n d Mrs. Th ey a r e regi s t e r e d b y th e d esk clerk. B ernie K e ll e h er. th e b ell h o p hu stles them o \ e r t o th e e l evato r boy. F reddie H odges. who t a k es O \'er f r OI11 t h e r e. Am o n g t h e o th e r g u es t s who hav e jus t arri ved are l1Ioises L evy. curre nt s t a r of th e radi o s h ow. I t P ays t o b e I gnorant" : Elaine L ombard. edi t o r and so l e co n tributor to "True Con f ess i o ns" ma :;azinc : 1/011)

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Fran c e y who i s n o w running a v e ry s u ccess ful L o n e l y H e a rt s Club: B e r)1 Cart/a s now a c h emic a l whizz. with her old pa l Than e G ee who i s n o w a sOlial sc i e n c e t e ach e r o n v a ca t i on. Loo kin g a r o und out on th e hot e l v e rand a w e see D o r othy Saue rt. \\h o r ece ntl y w o n fam e b y c r os sin g a pin eappl e w ith a coc o nut t o o b t ai n a cocopappl e S he i s t a lkin g to the not e d nuci ear phy s i c i s t N ydia Gon :.al e s \Ve ll. many of the g uests h av e co m e fr o m far and wid e a n d are p oss i b l y tire d fr o m th e i r tri p s On e b ) o n e th e lights o f H a n go ver I nn go o ut. and soo n the qui e tn e s s of t h e nig h t r e i g n s On t o Californi a. whe r e w e find ba s kin g o n th e b e a c h in th e Slln (ex ce pt 011 rain y da ys ) Car o l y n Bell w h o h a s re ce ntly made a f o rtun e p a intin g d es i g ns on c a lli e h o rn s in T e xa s N earby w e a l so find R us sell Dr e w. who has j u s t fini s h e d a b es t selle r ent itle d . H o w t o K ee p Dat es : o r "Do n t For ge t Y our D e ad lin es : Tal e nt sco ut f o r Fil m Fox S tudi os. Arthur Pall ell h a s ju s t mad e th e m os t e x c itin g di sco v e r y o f th e year. T han e C ee who will soo n b e s t a rr e d in "The Senet Lif e of Aunt i\latilda. A l so in th e pi cture i s B e rni e K elle h e r who p l a ys th e part o f th e sec r e t lif e It start e d raining c a t s and d ogs and co min g d own th e s t r ee t w e see Audrey Wa g ller and P at Vesser with th e cutes t l ittl e p oo d l e b e tw ee n th em. And who d o we find r i g ht b e hind th e m. bu t K e n Millard with hi s fav o rit e d o ubl e d ec k er. purple and pink p o l kad o t parasol. 1 01m Lan de r s s p l as h es ELv ia Sua:;o and Cl otilde B e na v i des shrinking up th e ir n e w es t s pun g l a ss ank l e l e n g th h o u sedresses w ith hi s wat e r proo f ri c k s h a w b y Carl os Ton g L a s t but b y n o m e an s l e a s t w e l e ave Ruby F ur g u e soll. t1aria Frall c h e s chi, a nd B eatric e Quint e ro se ttin g the t 9 1 8 Z Ofliall int o s t o n e t o pre s e rv e it f o r Ete rn ity. One Hundr e d S eve nt ee n

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