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Title: Zonian
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
Publication Date: 1949
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DR. GORGE EUGENE






Dr. George Eugene, our school doctor, our friend and
our counselor. His patience and understanding .....
his quiet humor . . his warm smile and friendly
greetings . . his wisdom in saying just the right
word of counsel ..... his interest in each one of us
. . will always remain in our hearts.












We've "pioneered" from cover to cover through the past year, and now
we proudly present to you your record of memories, the '49 Zonian. Just
to be original, the staff "struck" upon a theme in keeping with the year
of our graduation--"the 49'ers."
During our journey through the past four years we have gained treasures
in the form of countless memories ..... the meetings under the clock
at 3 o'clock ..... muffled whispers and giggles in the study hall ..... the
rush before the tardy bell ..... cheering and excitement at the big games
..... the thrill of a super date for a big dance ..... and the acquiring
of mature qualities, self-confidence, leadership, dependability, and re-
spect for others. These are the golden nuggets in our treasure bag.
"There's gold in them thar hills," and as we say goodbye, B.H.S., we
set out on our search for "El Dorado."

















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Forty-Niners and Other Prospectors
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MR. THEO. F. Horz


In spite of his pressing routine work, Mr. Hotz maintains a sense of humor and a
contagious "will-to-win" that makes him loved and respected by the students and
faculty. His friendly smile is one of the pleasant memories we have of B.H.S. For
his constant efforts to guide students and solve their problems, we are proud to
claim him as "our" principal.


he s I in there "outin' fo uI" at all the g, an bIes
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Capt. John R. Ross
The "boss" of the
R.O.T.C. who's really
done a "super" job
Miliitatr Science and
Tactics
United States Military
Academy, West Point


1st Lt.
M. R. Klerekoper
One of our R.O.T.C.
men . . known for
his affable ways
R.O.T.C.
Hope College


Field-stripping of the M-l rifle is one of the accomplishments of R.O.T.C. students
in the course on Individual Weapons and Marksmanship


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M/Sgt. Eli Poppovich
He can really be called
a friend
R.O.T.C.


M/Sgt. H. Yarbrough
This happy-go-lucky
sergeant is an ace at
the bowling alley
R.O.T.C.


M/Sgt. George Wood
A friendly and likable
fellow whom the cadets
will remember
R.O.T.C.
Penn State


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Claude Aycock
A personality that
makes her everyone's
friend
Spanish, English
Women's College.
University of North
Carolina, A.B.;
Colunbia University.
M.A.


Hallie Beavers
Her kindly will to help
will be remembered
Plane Geometry,
Algebra
Women's College.
University of North
Carolina, A.B.; Duke
University, M.A.


Edward Beckman
Tall, dark. and
handsome, all three
size up Coach Beckman
Physical Education
Panzar College of
Physical Education,
B.S.


Neil Branstetter
"Branny," you're a
perfect all-around guy
Band, Orchestra,
Chorus
Kansas State College,
M.S.; Columbia
University, M.A.


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Alice E. Candee
Fine teaching ability
.... an understanding
friend
Social Studies
Columbia University,
B.S., M.A.


Helena Clardy
We'll always remember
that helping hand in
the library
librarian
Unisersitv of Alabama,
A.B., M.A.


Miss Dahlem clarifies the American history lesson on the map


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J. Richard Clark
Known and liked by all
lor his well-rounded
personality
General Scienre
New York University.
B.S., M.A.


Raymond W. Clarke
Friendly and cheerful
..... sincere in all
he does
;Geometry, General
Science
Western Union
College, B.A.
State University of
Iowa. M.A.


Mrs. Marion Courville
Our school nurse ....
friendly and
approachable
School Nurse
Arnmy Training School
for Nurses, R.N.


Betty L. Dahlem
A tiny bundle of charm
..... she makes
American history
popular
History
University of Michigan,
A.B.; Columbia
University, M.A.


John D. Dettor
When asked to do
countless favors, he is
helpful and
dependable
Shop, Wloodworking


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Mary S. Brigham
Charm, personality,
and brains add up to
our Parrakeet adviser
English, Journalism
Battle Creek. B.A.;
Columbia University,
M.A.






















Mary B. Eugene
Sweetness personified
. someone we will
never forget
Commercial
Iowa State Teachers
College, B.S.


John C. Fawcett
The man behind our
football team .....
has the girls swooning
Phiv.iral Education
Uni\ersitv of Redlands,
A.B.


W. M. O. Fischer
Our brilliant teacher
who made us like
chemistry
(Chemistrv
University of Chicago,
B.S.: Columbia
University, M.A.


Olga J. Frost
Helpful and very
pleasant to know
Frenc'h, Spanish
College of Mount St.
'imnent on Hudson.
B.A.


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Betty P. Gerhardt
\ regular C. Z. gal ...
she's all "reet"
Secretary
Penn State


Mliss Frost gives special help to her French students
on a difficult lesson


Beatrice S. Gardner
Our hard-working art
director who is tops
in her field
4 rt
Columbia Universit\,
B.S., M.A.

















Edward W. Hatchett
Brains behind the
budget at B.H.S ...
likable and easy to
know
Mathematics
United States Naval
Academy. Duke
University, B.A.;
Columbia University,
M.A.


D. A. Hutchinson
Study becomes fun
with this teacher
American Problems,
English
State Teachers College,
Wihneiater,.
Wisconsin, B.Ed.


Katherine E. Jessup
Her friendly
disposition and sweet
"hello" put her at the
top of our list
English
Meredith Collegre B :
Columbia Ln nie,-il
M.A.: New York
University, M.A.


George O. Lee
A tireless worker with
a friendly word for
everyone
Biology
Iowa State College,
B.S.; Columbia
University, M.A.


Francis Minert
Led B.H.S. "B" League
teams through
successful seasons
Physical Education
University of Illinois,
B.S.


Alice A. Misenheimer
She's shown many a
gal "the way to a
man's heart"
Household Arts
Iowa University, B.A.;
Columbia University,
M.A.


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Eloise Monroe
Chic teacher who is
responsible for the
style show each year
Household Arts
Kansas State College,
B.S.; Columbia
University, M.A.


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Gertrude Onderdonk
Always a cheerful
smile and a pleasant
word
Assistant Librarian
Columbia University


Theodore W. Munch
A welcome newcomer
to B.H.S .....
personality boy
Phlysics, general l
Science
Ohio State University,
B.S.; Colorado State
College of Education
M.A.


Ethel Pitcher
We'll remember your
sincere interest in each
of tus
Mathematics
New York State
College, B.A., M.A.


Cecil L. Munden Patricia R. O'Connell Walter Oliver
Our friendly counselor She's our peaches, she's We've had fun in youl
who knows just how to our cream, she's the class, Mr. Oliver .....
solve our problems tops on any team your humor is tops
Counselor Physical Education Spanish
Rice Institute, B.A.; New Jersey State Taylor College, B.A.
University of Teachers' College,
Wisconsin, Ph. M. B.S. in Ed.


Fractional and regular distillation problems are worked out in
chemistry lab with the ready assistance of Mr. Fischer


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Dorothy E. Rector
Diminutive and
laughing ..... a
bundle of fun and
sweetness
I'. ,. I Education
University of Montana,
B.A.


Mildred Swenson
Whole-hearted
enthusiasm in all she
does
Typing, Business
Correspondence
University of North
Dakota, M.S., M.A.


Ellen L. Thomas
The Zonian's
"guardian angel"
Journalism, Latin
English
William and Mary,
B.A.; Columbia
University, M.A.


Subert Turbyfill
Our "super" play
director
Speech, Dramatics
University of
Oklahoma, B.A.,
B.F.A., M.A.; Rice
Theatre School


C. R. Vosburgh
Always willing to help
each and every student
English, Reading
Hamilton College,
B.S.; Teachers' College,
Columbia University,
M.A.


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Allen B. Ward
His subtle sense of
humor makes him
pleasant to know
"Chingongo!"
Languages
University of
Nebraska, A.B., M.A.


Marie C. Weir
She goes out of her way
to help ..... with a
smile too
Girls' Counselor,
Biology
University of Florida,
A.B.; Columbia
University. M.A.


Margaret V. Whitman
Her smile and bright
"hello" livened tiup
the halls
English
Northwestern
University. M.A.


Students of the metal shop class receive instructions on the lathe
from Mr. Yankee


Nellie K. Whitney
The "wit" of the office
force ..... always
ready to help
Secretary
Efficiency Business
College, Los Angeles



















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Frank Wilder
Just another one of
ls . . fun-loving
and an all-around guy
.S/....'. ; English
University of Florida,
B.A,.; Southern
Theological Seminary,
Th.B.


Dr. La Mont Whittier
Genial school doctor
School Doctor
University of
Nebraska, A.B., M.D.


Lauren Woodby
Personality plus .....
this prof makes
physical science
enjoyable
Physical Science
University of Michigan,
M.A.


Herbert W. Yankee
Dignified and pleasant
..... a true Bostonian
Shop Math, Metal
Shop
Fitchburg State
Teachers' College,
B.S. in Ed.


William E. Zemer, Jr.
Tall, good-looking
..... All-American
swimmer too!
Physical Education,
Swimming
Ohio State University,
B.S.


Harold J. Zierten
We won't forget you,
Mr. Zierten. You're
one of the best
Mechanical and
Architectural Drawing
Bradley University,
B.S.


Frances K. Zimmer
Her keen sense of
humor has made all
her classes enjoyable
Mathematics
Hunter College, A.B.;
Columbia University.
M.A.


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I. In private life we find Mr. Ward
working as airplane mechanic on his
children's toys.
2. Mr. Lee, whose hobby is camping,
proves that he is a true "49'er."
3. After hours, Miss Gardner, an-
other Rembrandt, can be found paint.
ing a beautiful pollera scene.


4. Mr. Oliver finds relaxation by over, he entertains a charming brunette
trimming the hedges at home. .... his daughter.
8. Miss Monroe relaxes with her
5. After hours Mr. Zierten can be records after a day of teaching.
found at his favorite hot spot ..... 9. Mr. Munch can be found at Bal-
Zip's Place. boa swimming pool testing his ability
6. In her spare time Miss Aycock at diving.
10. Miss Weir, whose hobby is color
takes a dip at the beach, photography, is reassembling her movie
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of relaxing ..... he hits a ball, chases
it, then hits it again.
12. "Clothes make the woman" .....
that's the motto of versatile Mrs.
Misenheimer, whose hobby is sewing
during noon hour at school.
13. After a busy day with the R.O.T.C.,
Captain Ross takes time out for his
hobby of cooking.


14. Mr. Dettor takes it easy by tuning
in on the latest radio programs.
15. After hours Miss Whitman drives
to the library for some entertaining
books.
16. Miss Candee, ace marksman, spends
her spare time at target practice.
17. After school Sgt. Yarbrough enjoys
himself in a few games of bowling.


18. Don't give up yet, Vosburgh .....
you've got until tomorrow!
19. This pistol-packing prof, Miss
Thomas, claims to have made a
bulls-eye.
20. Last but not least, we find Mr.
Munden at home playing with his dog,
Dagwood.


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SFour short years ago, we,
.. l as "scobes," stood before
Swe the doors of B.H.S. quite
t ., Da,." proud and a "little bit"
Aw scared to think of the
"scillions" of new teachers,
)uL ,io students, and experiences
.... to be faced. Our pride soon
t l left us as we chanted the
oh, so familiar-"I am so
low, so gash-darned low, that it-." Our confidence quickly returned with the making of super new
friends at the frosh dancing classes, and "our" class meetings and picnic.
As sophomores, wee were out of the T.W.O. class (Teeny Weeny Operators) and fell right into
the groove with the Inatigur action Dance and the list big games. The whole school enjoyed the Sadie
Hawkins Dance, our p ride and joy.
The junior year was "'chuck" full of unforgettable events-the all important ring voting, the
junior Christmas Dance responsibilities, and the tug-of-war. We will never forget our first Jr.-Sr.
Banquet .... the laughter and excitement ..... dreamy Iorm als and corsages ... the impressive
dinner and speeches ..... the gay, oh-so-wonderul prom.
At last we were really "Big A\ Ihli Ik." Life at B.H.S. was just as thrilling and full of new things
as when we were "mere underclassmen." We "loved" the rhythm and color of the R.O.T.C. and their
"out-of-this-world" balls ..... the color and gaiety of the night ball games ..... and our masterpiece,
the Senior Valentine Dance, with petite \I.ia Lea Azcarraga reigning ..... and through the year the
warm interest of our own Mr. Zierten.
And so with these memories cherished in our hearts, we wave "adios" to good "ole" B.H.S. as
we step into the adult world.


























Chosen to serve the Class of '49 were the following officers, left to right, first row: Dorothy
Dedeaux, Secretary; Barbara C(rles and Mary Sill, S. A. Representatives; second row: Hans Breit-
barth, S. A. Representative; jack Johnson, Vice-President: Tom Solan, President; Harold Wilson,
S. A. Representative.
S. A. Representative.











PICTURE COMMITTEE


The Senior Picture Committee, Jack Johnson,
Dorothy Dedeaux. and Hans Breitbarth. made
the arrangements with Mr. Jorge Sosa, com-
mercial photographer. to photograph the
seniors, arranged a .ini.iI.h illinim work
schedule, and insured the delivery of fine
portraits.








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CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMMITTEE

The Senior Cards and Announcements Con-
mittee. Stan Klepper, Joyce Zeeck, and Dot
Taylor, considered many types of cards and
announcements, chose a distinctive style, and
arranged a schedule for the seniors to place
their orders.


CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE

The Senior Cap and Gown Committee meas-
ured the seniors for their mortar boards and
gowns and made the arrangements to provide
each senior with his cap and robe. The mem-
bers of the committee were Paul O'Donnell.
Fletcher Phelan, Linda Lee Willard, Peggy
Veney, Peggy Evans, Joyce Masters, Lois John-
son, Janet Kimmel, and Tom Peterson (not
pictured).








YVETTE ABADI
"I'y"
Manchester, England
A tennis racquet, ball and partner are
down this Spanish lassie's alley
Camera Club 2. 4; Music Appreciation
Club 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Basketball
2. 4; Softball 2; G.A.A. 1, 3; Glee Club
2; Fashion Show 2, 4. Los Angeles
High School. Hamilton High School.




HELEN B. ALRICK
"Len"
Colon, R. de P.
Attractive blonde hair and blue eves
.... always bubbling with humor
Volleyball 1, 3; Archery 2; Softball I.
3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Counselor's Asst. 3.




DOUGLAS E. ANDREWS
Roanoke. Virginia
With wavy hair, a southern accent and
plenty of intellect, this newcomer has
scored a direct hit!
Secretary 3; Chess and Checker Club 4:
Band 2, 3, 4; Library Asst. 4; R.O.T.C.
Captain 4; Virginia All-State Band
Workshop 3. Jefferson High School.


MARY Soi ACOCA
Ancon, Canal Zone
A Spanish senorita whose quiet charm
and manner impress many
Basketball 4; Volleyball 4; Softball 4;
Fashion Show 3.




SYLVIA ALTMAN
"Suki"
New York City
Wise words and wise deeds make a
wonderful person!
Dramatic Club 3; Pan-American Club
3; Spanish Club 1; Psychology Club 3;
Music Club Treasurer 4; French Club
3: Volleyball 1, 4; Basketball 4; Archery
I: Glee Club 1; Office Asst. 1, 2; Junior
High Office Asst. 4; Pep Squad 1. 2.




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.u ... .~ er -' 1 \,,ll, ,.,1 i 1,2, 3; All-Stars 3; Basketball
BasLk thal l 111. Iri"l g I I, 2 i s.Itball 1, 2, 3; Speech 3; Chorus
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ROBERT L. AUSTIN
"Bob"
New York City
When it's fun you want-it's Bob. 2 to I
Chess and Checker Club 3; Radio Club
I; Class Picnic 1: Staging 2.


MAYER BAITEL
"*Mike"
Panama
A friendly Latin neighbor liked by all
Football 2; Softball 3; Baseball 1, 2;
Water Polo 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2;
R.O.T.C. Cadet Captain 4; Plastic Club.
Marshall High School. Chicago.


MARY LEA AZCARRAGA
"Mimi"
Panama, R. de P.
Lovelv to look at . . . i. d i''i,t to
know .... ... an accomplished eques-
trienne
H.R. Rep. 4; Glee Club 1, 2: Pep Squad
1, 2; Fashion Show 2. 4; Home Ec.
Club 3.


CLYDE BAIN
Queens Village. Long Island
His miischevious brown eyes i.i.l. many
of the girls
Frosh Guidance Play I; Football 1, 2.
3; Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3:
Water Polo 1; Track I; Swimming 1.
2; Archery 1.




















































OLIVE LEE BEIL
"Olaff"
Colon, R. de P.
Her wacky ways and sunny disposition
have made Olive one of B.H.S.'s
unforgettable
Zonian 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4; Broadcasting
Club 3; Softball 1, 2. 3; All-Stars 2;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: All-Stars 2; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2; Manager 4;
Sports Award 2, 3; Official Basketball
Referee 3, 4; Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Pep Squad
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Dance 3, 4; Zonian Adv.
4; Junior \.tiilh.g\ .; Baccalaureate
Chorus 2. 3 BI.AktttIll Manager 4.

MARTHA BERRY
." Tex"
San Antonio, Texas
A cute, easy-going Texas lass
"Madness in Triple Time" 3; Bracken-
ridge High School 2; Latin Club 2:
Orchestra 3, 4; Treas. Asst. 2; Speech
Act. 3; "Getting a Date" 3; Producing
3; Staging 3; Fashion Show 3, 4.

DONALD H. BOLAND
Cincinnati. Ohio
Slow and .i.', ...i.-, i..,' Don, a
really swell guy
Stamp Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3;
Softball 3; R.O.T.C. Guidon Bearer
Sergeant 4.


JACOB BAKER
"Jake"
Lakehurst, New Jersey
A Jersey fellow who's very likable
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. 3: Water
Polo I, 2; Football 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 3.


DAVID HAROLD BARKLEY
"Rebel"
Charlotte. North Carolina
Our easy-going, all-around sports editor
H.R. Rep. 1; Zonian 4; Stamp Club
3, 4; Glee Club 1; R.O.T.C. 2nd Lt.:
Basketball, "B" League All-Stars 1;
Football 3. 4; Softball 3. 4: Softball
All-Stars 4; Basketball 1. 3. 4. Larding
High School, N. C.


Lois C. BAUMBACH
"Buin"
Cincinnati. Ohio
Her /..//. .1 l ways, her ever-
sparkl.,I .. I...1 r t .....- wit
helt, to marke nu/r life -'orth irhlde

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Club 1; Pep Squad 2. 3; Office Asst. I,
2; Counselor's Asst. 3: Fashion Show 3;
Usher 3.


ROBERT BERRY
San Antonio. Texas
A Texas lad, quiet and ohl, so-o-o nice
Orchestra 3, 4.

BARBARA JOAN BOYER
"Barbs"
Bli I Iull uaii Washington
B.H.S.'s own tiny bundle of T.N.T.
Producing 1, 2, 3, 4; Staging 1, 2. 3. 4:
Directing 3, 4; "Problem Father" 2;
"Clui( lw, n, Claw" 3; "Elmer" 4; "You're
Fired I; Zonian 4; Spanish Club I;
Spanish Club L.T. Play I; Volleyball
1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1:
Arrhery 1; Swimming 1; "I Am an
American" 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Pep
Squad 1. 2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Lib. Asst.
1, 4; Frosh Party Comm. 1; Usher 2, 3:
Fashion Show 2. 4; Zonian and Parra-
keelt Adv.; "Getting a Date" 3, 4; Jr.
\lill,.,.lts 3.


MARVIN BANTON
Panama City, R. de P.
An all-"reet" guy from out Gamboa way
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: All-Stars 2; Baseball
1. 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Water Polo
2, 3. 4; Track 2, 4; All-Stars 2. 4; Softball
2; Glee Club 1.2.3.




BARBARA J. BARON
"Pat"
Brenham. Texas
Red hair, blue eyes. and a freckled nose
..... our Pat, known for her sparkling
smile
Class Party Comm. 2; Staging 3; Parra-
keet Adv. 3; Parrakeet 4; Zonian Art
Ed. 4: Music Club 4; Camera Club 4;
Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3; Glee Club
2, 3; Pep Squad 2. 3: Office Asst. 4.
Hearne High School, Hearne, Tex.




THOMAS T. BEHRE
"Gandv Goose"
East Spencer, North Carolina
Tall Tom" is one fellow who's really
tops" with us all
football I; Baseball 4; Glee Club 2, 3.


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GEORGE BOYNTON
Ancon. Canal Zone
A quiet, likable lad-a real credit to
the Senior Class
Football 4; Water Polo 4; Softball 4;
Track 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; Chess and
Checker Club. Grass Valley High
School. California.

SONIA BRIGHT
"Mary"
Panama. R. de I'.
Lovely black hair, big eyes and long
lashes make Sonia a )podtuct eac to
look at
Music Club 3; Glee Club 1. 2, 4; Pep
Squad 2; Fashion Show 2. 3; Art Club 2:
Otfice Asst. 4: Art work in "Junior An-
thology" 3.

GEORGE BULL
Toro"
Colon, R. de P.
Smooth on tlie dance floor .....
triumphant on the field . our "B"
Club prexy i. really tops.
Zonian Adv. 4; "B" Club 2, 3, 4, PIres.
3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3, 4:
Track I. 2. 3; All-Stars 2, 3; Water Polo
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3,
4; Sports Award 1, 2. 3; Glee Club; "B"
Club Banquet Chair. 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Ban-
lquet 3; Valentine Conmm. 4 Tackle
Football Comm. Chair. 4; Fashion Show
Attendant 4; "B" Club S.A. Rep. 4.


CAROL LORRAINE BRENTNER
Santa Barbara, California
Take a tall, graceful figure, smooth
clothes, topped off with a sparkling
personality, and you have our Carol
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4: Volleyball
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2. 3, 4; Softball
1, 2, 3; All-Stars 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4;
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Squad 1, 4; Subst.
Cheerleader 4; G.A.A. Dance Comm. 2.
3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Valen-
tine Dance Commn. 4; Christmas Dance
Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm.
2; Fashion Show 2. 3. 4.

JACK F. BUDREAI
"Jack"
Millbury, Massachusetts
Friendly fellow with a perfect build.
R.O.T.C. 2nd Lieutenant, Platoon
Leader 4.

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FELIPI CAZOBON
"Caz"
Chicago, Illinois
Ever faithful to the Navmy is this tall,
friendly lad.
Football 2; Baseball 4: Speech Special
Assembly 4.







HENRY CHUNG
Planama ( i\, R. de I'.
Studious .. . .. and ever so nice.
Softball 1, 3. 4.


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WILLIAM JAMES CARSON
"Bill"
WVest Orange, New Jersey
Jazzy on the sax and a whiz in baseball!
Baseball 2. 3. 4; Football 4; Band 1, 2, 3,
4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet
Conim.




Jo ANN CHILDRESS
"Joe"
Coffeyville, Kansas
Sweet dimples and smiles that cheer
everyoile.
Acting 1; Zonian: Parrakeet; Cougar
Call: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1. 4;
Basketball 1, 4; Swimming I; Inter-
national Understanding Club 3; Glee
Club 1, 2, 3; All-Stars 4. Ada High
School.



WIL.LIAM CLARKE
"Bill"
Baltimore. Maryland
A fellow with a winning smile and a
willing heart.
Softball 4; Poly Follies Variety Show 3.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Balti-
more, Maryland.


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RMARJORIE (LADYS COLOMBANI
"Margie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A tiny bundle of sunshine fot B.H.S.
Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3:
Softball 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1. 2, 3; Office
Asst. 4; "Junior Anthology" 3; Fashion
Show 2, 3.



BARBARA COMBER
"Barb"
Panama City, Panama
That smooth, velvety complexion and
dreamy look--what a combination!
Parrakeet 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Broad-
casting Club 3, 4; Speech Act. 3. 4;
Office Asst. 1, 2, 3; Parrakeet Adv. 3. 4;
S "Getting a Date"; Chorus 4; U. N.
.' Club 4.


MARTHA INES CRUZ
"Tita"
Panama, R. de P.
A quiet bundle of Latin charm ....
pleasing ways and a warm smile
Glee Club 1, 2.


BARBARA ANNE CURLES
"Barb"
Norfolk, Virginia
Her snappy cheers, ier radiant per-
sonality, her cheer greetings endear
this peppy little gal to us
S.A. Rep. 4; Zonian 4; Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2. 3;
Swimming I; Chorus 1, 3; Pep Squad
1, 2; Cheerleader 3. 4; Office Asst. 3. 4:
Xmas Dance Comm. 3; Usher 3; Elks
Club Dance Comm. 4; Valentine Dance
Comm. 4; Zonian Adv. 4; Jr. High
Office Asst. 4.


HERBERT DAWSON
"Herb"
Ancon. Canal Zone
An easy-going, likable Irish boy who is
an ace behind a bat
Parrakeet Ed. 4; H.R. Alt. 4; Ch. of
Sr. H.R. Rep. 4; "B" Club 4; Baseball
1, 2 .3 4; "B" All-Stars 1; "A" All-Stars
3; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4; Water Polo 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Jr.-Sr.
Banquet Comm. 3.


FRANCIS ALBERT COLOMBANI
Tito"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Tall, erect .... one of the best on our
diamond
Chess and Checker Club 3. 4: Football
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball
I. 2, 3; Track 4; Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4;
All-Stars 3; Swimming 1, 2, 3. 4; All-
Stars 3; R.O.T.C. Staff Sergeant.



CORINNE COMBS
"Corkv"
Harper, Kansas
A delightful newcomer to know for hter
sweet and studious ways
G.A.A. I; Biology Club 4; Music Club 4:
Y-'Teens 2; (lee Club and Chorus I, 2;
I'ep Squad 2.


ELIZABETH COOPER DO)NAL) HENLY CRENSHAW
"Libby" "Don"
R,,,un. l ..iA l ..\ Atlanta, (eorgia
i: .... .. (. eo G ina! all the liime ......
;~r~.~.~. .I -I BH..+ lasses 'surely do loie those

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Baseball 2, 3; Softball 1, 4; Water Polo
2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3,
.- 4; R.O.T.C. 4.






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Music Club 1; Speech Act. 3; (lee Club
1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Squad 1, 2.

NM \RY LOUISE DANIELS
Buenos Aires. Argentina
Take a petite bundle of charm, add t
beautiful brown hair plus the "neuw
look" and out comes Mary
Zonian Adv. 4; 'Iriangle Y-Teens 3;
(,lee Club 4; Senior G(lee Club 1. 2, 3;
Rhythm Romp Dance Comm. Cooley
High School, Detroit. Michigan 1, 2, 3.

DOROTHY MAE DEDEAUX
"Doffie"
Gulfport, Mississippi
There's the devil in her eye and twinkle
in her smile ..... an ace in any sport
S.A. Rep. 1, 2: Sec. 3, 4; H.R. Alt. 4;
"Evening at the Blakes" I; Zonian 4;
Jr. \ihlolg 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Volleyball
I. '. I \ll- Stars 4; Basketball 1, 2,
3. 4; All-Stars 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; All-
Stars 1. 2, 3; Swimming 3; All-Stars 3;
Sports Award 1, 2, 3; Basketball Ref.
3, 4: Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4: Lib. Asst. 2;
Fashion Show 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Dance 4;
Christmas Dance 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3:
Usher 1. 2. 3; Class Party 1, 2; Class
Picnic 1, 2; S.A. Club Dance 2; Valen-
tine Dance 4; Sr. Pic. Comm. 4; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Inauguration Dance Wr
2. 3. 4; Water Ballet 3.


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GASPAR G. DE PAREDFS, JR.
Panama, R. de P.
I'.,' ,"' . i . lasting friend .....
quiet and mannerly
H.R. Alt. 4; N.H.S. 4; Stamp Club 1;
Speech Act. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4:
R.O.T.C. Cadet Captain 4; N.H.S. Pro-
ject Comm. 4; U.N. Club 4.


JEANNINF MARIE DORGAN
"'Neenie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
The G.A.A. is mighty proud to call her
their pyrexy because she IS just "Neenie"
"Buttons" 1; "Problem Father" 2;
"Clutching Claw" 3; "Elmer" 4; Staging
1. 2. 3, 4; Producing 1, 2, 3, 4; /onian
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Biology Club
2. 3. 4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4; All-Stars
2. 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3;
Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; All-Stars 3; Speech
\ct. 3i. 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep Squad
1, 2. 3. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm.
2; (..A.A. Dance Comm. 3. 4.


JOYCE A. DIUGAS
"Duiie'"
Ancon, Canal Zone
. quiet gal who plan a good trumpet
Volleyball 3; Band I. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 4.


MARY TERESA DORAN
Ancon, Canal Zone
The Spanish type with Latin good will
Volleyball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Softball
I. 2. 3; Chorus 1.2. 3.




GEORGE DOWNING
P'anamna City. R. de P.
iThe fellocw We can't ftoget r or his tire-
less pitching for oir class and school
during the past four years
Class Pres. 1; S.A. Rep. 3; S.A. Pres. 4;
Pa rakeet 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars
3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; All-Stars 1, 2, 3;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4;
WaterPolo 2 3, 4; All-Stars 2. 3,4; Glee
(lub 1. 2: Sadie Hawkins Dance Chair.
2: Christmas Program 3; Inauguration
IDance Chair. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Usher
I. ,. 4; Jr. Anthology 3; Xas Drive 4





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]Il.I Yii l4 AniAv disposition plus a flashing

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'I -: ril..1. \u l ill .' Basketball 1; Softball 1: Speech
S, . '.. _l Io 'i Office Asst. 4: Spanish Club
I A1, : C Ir. I'.-T Prull '-11i1' t I iimas Dance 4.
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(:omm. 2; Jr. Anthology 3; Bacca-
laureate Choir 3.

MARGARET GREY EVANS


Ancon. Canal Zone
(Good in sport., pretty, and overflowing
with friendliness is our Peggi
Cap and Gown Comm. 4; G.A.A. Dance
Comm. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3. 4; Volleyball
1. 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2; Basketball 1, 2,
3. 4; All-Stars 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All-Stars 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4;
I'ep Squad 1, 3. 4; Office Asst. 4.

BETTE JEANNETTE FARRELL
"Boots"
Planana
Dark hair. smooth d,,-,. in,. i,,d cute
clothes make a very wi. h,,,,til' called
Bllette
Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4:
Softball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2. 3; "A" League
Volleyball Manager 4; Iib. Asst. 1:
Office Asst. 2, 3; Fashion Show 2. 3;
Usher 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4: Christmas
Orphans' Party 4.


ERNESTO B. FABREGA
"Junior"
Panama, R. de P.
Quiet, carefree and friendly ..... our
amigo from across the border
Swimming 2, 3.




FRANCES ELIZABETH FARRELL
Brooklyn, New York
Wit. brains and beauity-an unusual
comb nation
H.R. Alt. 4; Freshman Guid. Play 1:
Softball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 4; All-Stars
4; Basketball 4; Water Ballet 1; Orches-
tra 1. 2. 3, 4; Lab. Asst. 4; Fashion
Show 2. 4.








PETER G. FLYNN
"Pete"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Our all-around pal who is as good in
sports as he is on the dance floor
Class Vice-Pres. 2; Homeroom Rep. 4;
"Clutching Claw" 3; Staging 3; "B'"
Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2:
Water Polo 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2; Freshman
Team, Holy Cross College 1; Track 2,
3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3; Softball 2. 3, 4; All-
Stars 2, 3. 4; Speech Act. 3.

ROBERT WILLIAM GATES
"Bob Will"
Colon, R. de P.
Full of fun and mischief .... a grand
pal
F.F.A. 3; Football 1. 2. 4; All-Stars I;
Softball 3. 4; All-Stars 3: Water Polo 2;
Baseball 3; All-Stars 3: Basketball 3;
Orchestra 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 1st Lt. South
Cristian High School. Cristobal High
School.



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HELEN LOLISE FULLER
"Nutch"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Our tiny blonde artist with loads of
class
Music Club 2; Volleyball 4; Baseball 4;
Archery 1, 2; Pep Squad 2, 3; Lib. Asst.
1, 2, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Zonian
Adv. 4.



RICHARD GILL, JR.
"'Rich"
San Antonio, Texas
Ou lall Texan golf fan who is Cristo-
hal's loss and our gain
Hi-Y Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 2. 3;
Baseball I, 2: Basketball 3: Football 2;
Vice-Pres. 1. Alamo Heights High
School. San Antonio, Texas.

B1r. \r LEE GUNN
l-arbie"
\n, ,n Canal Zone
4 ... e .. e.. ber .. . arbs will
our hearts
RjI. lih. i L It iI ': G(.A.A. 3, 4; Volle v-
lall I .2 I Wil-Stars 4; Basketball
I -* I I1l jars 4: Softball 1. 2. 3;
( Il.- (I.lj I. 2 3, 4; G.A.A. Dance
( iiIlI 4 ( lilnlinas Orphanage Drive
I \ I.iiI. D.i ,ee 4; Pep Squad.


JACKIE HALL
"Jackie"
Binghamton, New York
.Sie helps make our days enjoyable
... d.i il i dimples
All-School Play 1: Parrakeet 4; Broad-
casting Club 4; First Aid Club I; U.N.
Club 4; V,ll_.l.1ll 4; Basketball 2; Glee
Club 1; Otll,,I \-st. 2. North Phoenix
High School. Buchtel High School.



HOWARD W. BANNERS
"Hounie"
Beverly, Massachusetts
The ambitious boy from Massachusetts
who really knows his model airplanes
H.R. Alt. 4; Freshman Play; li.lIte~
Club: Football 1; Water Polo .- (,l,.
Club; Junior Anthology; Capt. R.O.T.C.




ANITA HARRIS
Tina"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A quiet lass with a smile for everyone
..... a credit to the Senior class
Fashion Show 2. 3; Volleyball 2, 3;
Basketball 3; Softball 2. 3.


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Glee Club '-' 4 I'c. 'lii l I I )i .-
Asst. 4; Fash m ii n ..'.





JACK RICHARD HANSEN
"Rickie"
Ancon. Canal Zone
A likable rchap lwho is friendly to all
Spanish Club 4; Football 4; Swinuning
4; Baseball I; Track 2; Basketball 3;
Speech 4.




ROBERT HARRISON
"Bob"
Ft. Benning. Georgia
A i, i. ll, smile lops off his dark, good
looks
"B" Club 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Water
Polo 4; Baseball 4; Football 2. 3. 4:
All-Stars 4; Varsity Football 2, 3: Soft-
ball 3; Track 2; Hi-Y Club 2, 3.


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EDWARD WALLACE HATCHET, JR.
"Edubb"
Durham, North Carolina
Enthusiasm and friendliness go to make
up a "swell" friend to all
S.A. Rep. 3; Vice-Pres. S.A. 4; Business
Mgr. Parraeket 4; "B" Club 4; Chess and
Checker Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
hall 2, 3. 4; All-Stars 2, 3; Water Polo
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2.
3, 4; Pep Squad 1: R.O.T.C. Cadet
Major 4; Usher 2, 3: Baccalaureate
Chorus 1, 2. 3.


GRACE M. HIGH
Hutchinson. Kansas
careful l gal with PLENTY of chalrm
Fashion Show 2, 3, 4: Valentine Dance
Comm. 4; Office Asst. 4; Camera Club 1;
Volleyball 1, 4; Swimming 3; Pep Squad
2, 3, 4.


MARJORIE HAYWARD
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Brockton, Massachusetts
A cute little blue-eyed lass with a warm
smile fot all
Parrakeet 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basket-
ball 3; Softball 2, 3; All-Stars 3; Archery
2; Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2;
Sports Award 2: Class Picnic Comm. 2;
Jr. Ring Comm. 3.




WILLIAM HIDALGO
"Bill"
Pedro Miguel, Canal Zone
(;Cabou lad with a flare for scooters
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 1, 2. 3. 4;
Basketball 1. 2. 3; Football I, 2. 3, 4;
Track I; R.O.T.C. Platoon Sgt. 4.


HARRIIT LEE HILLMAN
"Lee"
Washington, 1). C. (.ia-SI K'N HI\
Our smooth beauil ... she's got J. ,' 'l
lhat t it takes P i niii R.'lr P1
\rt Club 2; Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball i1 %."J I" d., 'l t .1.
3. 4; Swimming 2; Softball 4; Office .,. ll. I .if ii,'1 -2
Asst. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Stag- r -
ing 3; Usher 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4;:i
onian Adv,. 4; Chorus 2. :

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-. "Clutching Claw"; "Madness in Triple
'*' 1 Time"; "Getting a Date"; Directing 4;
Music Club 1, 2. 4; Sec. 2; Pres. 4;
Biology Club 2. 3, 4; Sec. 3; Stamp Club
1 2; Basketball I; Softball 1; Swimming
I; Speech 3, 4; Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4; Glee
Club 2, 3;: Pep Squad 1. 2. 3.

Lois C. JOHNSON
"Sweetie"
Balboa. Canal Zone
An unforgettable ./..1. . . carefree
A ....mann er and petite figure
Class Pres. 1; G.A.A. 3, 4; Sec.-Treas. 4;
Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4; All-Stars 2, 3:
SBasketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3 4;
All-Stars 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Office
Asst. 1, 2: Jr. High Office Asst. 4; G.A.A.
Dance Comm. 3. 4; G.A.A. Banquet
Comm. 3; Cap and Gown Comm. 4;
Cheerleader 3, 4; Capt. 4; Pep Squad
2, 3: Usher; Football Dance Comm. 2;
Z onian Adv. 4; Parrakeet Adv. 3. Vir-
ginia Intermont College 1.


SUSAN CONSTANCE HUTCHINGS
Colon. R. de P.
A sports-minded whiz who makes a
wonderful friend
Producing, Staging 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball,
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3; Volley-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Chorus,
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-
Pres. 4; Biology Club 2, 3, 4; "Problem
Father"; Bus. Mgr. Little Theater; Jr.
A.ii .lii,,g Camera Club 3; Office
Asst. 4.
MARILYN ANITA JENNISON
"lMunnie"
El Volcan. R. de P.
Beauty and brains go hand in hand
..... win ning personality
Music Club 1; Spanish Club, Pep Squad
2; Usher 3; Dramatics, Producing, Di-
recting, Physics, Chem. Lab, Office Asst.
4; Glee Club 2, 3; Volleyball, Biology
Club 2. 3, 4; Sec'y. 3; Broadcasting Club
3. 4; Pres. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Pres. 4.
JACK G. JOHNSON
"Baldie"
Balboa, Canal Zone
Sportsability, smooth d.,,, ir,. d fun-
loving attitude make JI.. kit nr man"
Class Vice-Pres. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
All-Stars 1, 2. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4;
All-Stars 2. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4: All-
Stars 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3; All-Stars 2.
3: Water Polo 2. 3. 4; Band 1, 2. 3;
Christmas Dance 3; Sr. Picture Comm.
4; Valentine Dance 4; "B" Club Dance
2; Party 3; "B" Club 2, 3, 4. Castle
Heights Military Academy. Heights "Y"
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MARTHA LAWTON
"Marty"
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
B.H.S. really gained when this pert
blonde lass arrived
Maryview; Volleyball 1, 2; Basketball
1, 3; Badminton 1; Office Asst. 3; Jr.-
Sr. Prom Comm. 3. Byers High School,
St. Mary's Academy.

RICHARD LESTER
"Dickie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Quite the joker ..... Ithl 11, with the
gals . . another l.lt, Theatre
enthusiast
"Ramshackle Inn"; "The Clutching
Claw"; "Elmer"; "Yes Means No";
"Buttons"; "Our Hearts Were Young
and Gay"; Water Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; Water
Polo All-Stars "B" 2; Softball 2; Navy
Day Program; Pan-American Day Pro-
gram; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad
1, 2; Producing and Staging 1, 2. 3. 4.



CHARLES LORD
"Chuck"
Washington, D. C.
Clever sense of humor ..... quiet and
friendly
Speech Act. 3; Football 4; Track 4.


BEN F. JOHNSTONE
Hibbing, Minnesota
Good-natured and conservative ways
are Ben's tip-top features
Baseball 2; Asst. Bus. Mgr. 2. Lafayette
High School, Columbia Military
Academy.



MARGARET KELLEY

Ancon, (anal Zone
Unpredictable ..... good-natured and
lovable
Staging 3, 4: Zonian 4; Zonian Adv. 4;
Biology Club 3, 4; High School Work-
shop 3, 4: Music Club Prog. Director
4; U.N. Club 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Or-
chestra 1. 2, 3, 4: Attendance Award 3;
Basketball 4.



STANLEY KLEPPER
"Stan"
Wichita, Kansas
B.H.S.'s own Lil' Abner .... .has a

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one sharpshooter
Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Water Polo 4: Swim-
mning 1; Orchestra 1; Usher I, 2; H.R.
Navy Day Prog. 4.




LORAN DEAN LONG
Bozeman, Montana
The lad with the trumpet ..... .quiet
and pleasant to all
H.R. Alt. 4; Football 2, 3, 4; All-Star
4; Basketball 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orches-
tra 3, 4; Library Asst. 2; Biology Lab.
Asst. 2; Fashion Show 4; Usher 3.




LEONARD JAMES LOVEJOY
"Jim"
Topeka, Kansas
Happy-go-lucky ..... wit at his
tongue tip
Zonian 4; Softball 2; Navy Day Speech
Prog. 3; Pan-American Day Prog. 3;
"Getting a Date" 3; R.O.T.C. Lieuten-
ant 4: R.O.T.C. Dance Comm 4;
R.O.T.C. Drill Squad 4.


ROBERT E. JONES
Nashville, Tennessee
A brainy lad . . deep expressive
eyes.
Latin Club 2; Folk Dance Club 2. 3:
Pentagon Honor Club 3; Hempstead
High School.

JANET KIMMEL
Wimmiel"
Englewood, New Jersey
The boast of B.H.S. for her talents and
intelligence
"In My Opinion" 1; Parrakeet 3, 4:
Parrakeet Adv. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; High
School Workshop 3, 4; Biology Club 4;
Music Club 2, 4: U.N. Club 4; Volley-
ball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2;
Chorus 1. 2. 3; Pep Squad 3; Library
Asst. 4; Chem. Lab. Asst. 3; Cap and
(;own Comm. 4; Jr. \i,,Ih.l,I' 13 Stag-
ing 1; D.A.R. Awai.l '. I nll and
Scroll 3; Scholarship Award 3.



CAROL LAWRENCE
Long Branch, New Jersey
4 knack for wearing clothes with
I -p! ..... .laughs away her days
\.alentine Dance Comm. 4: Fashion
slio, 2. 3. 4: Volleyball I, 4; Softball 1;
i'B.k ilhll I. 1 4; Swimming 3; Glee Club
.' 2 I' l'. 'quad 1. 2, 3, 4.


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DOLORES LOWRY
Doloric"
Powell. Wyoming
A lovable, lookable lot of charm .....
tale and magical singing 'voice
Ir. Anthology 3; Fashion Show 3, 4; Jr.-
Sr. Banq. Commn. 3; Sadie Hawkins
Dante Comm. 2; Class Party Comm. 1:
(lass Sec'). 2; S.A. Rep. 3; N.H.S. 3. 4:
Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball I. 2. 3.
1: Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3;
Pep Squad 1. 2; Cheerleader 3: Office
Asst. 2. 3, 4.

CHARLES \Mi -RTHlUR
Ancon. (anal Zone
A "flaii'. on lth track field . ... an
all-arouid super fillow' who's lops within

S. A. Rep. 1, 2: Football 1, 2: All-Star
1, 2: Baseball I. 2; All-Star 1. 2; Track
1. 2. 3, 4; All-Star 2, 3. 4; Basketball
I. 2, 3; All-Star 2. 3; (lee Club 1, 2;
Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3: Cap and (;own
Comm. 4.

LoiIs 1 IALLIA
"'Louie'"
Valparaiso. Chile
Cla i. oi. e tigsl ki "loler" .... n- -
lagious griill
"B" Club 2. 3, 4; Sec'y. 3. 4; Football
I. 2, 3, 4: All-Stars 2, 3. 4; Baseball 2, 3;
Softball 2, 4: Water Polo 3. 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: All-Stars 3: Track 2, 3, 4;
Jr. Christmas Dance Comm. 3; Valen-
tine Dance Co(im. I.


HENRY S. LUM
"Casa LuLnt"
Colon City, R. de P.
Mischievous eves and smile . ... . are-
free and happy
Football I, 4; Baseball 1; Softball 3. 4;
Captain 3; Basketball I. 2, 3.



JOHN J. 1X 11't \
"Johnny"
Newark, New Jersey
lHe's in the groove on /the football field
..... grand guy to have around
"B" Club 2. 3. 4; Treas. 3; Vice-Pres. 4:
"B" Club S.A. Rep. 4; Football 1, 2, 3,
4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4;
All-Stars I; Basketball I, 2, 3; All-Stars
I. 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2;
Water Polo 2. 3, 2.

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Football Dance Comm. 4; Cap and
(.own Comm. 4: Usher 2, 3; "Getting a
Date" 3. 4; Zolian Adv. 3, 4; Di lelili;
4; Staging 1, 2, 3, 4; Producing I :*
Chorus 1.


HENRY EDWARD MAY, JR.
"Eddie"
Colon. R. de P.
;ood looks topped off with a strictlyl
"A-l" personality .... rhytlln in iis
let I
Speech 3: Band ., 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2.
3, 1; Chorus 4.


VERA MILLER
Peking. China
Balhona' gain ia. (as alifornia' Ioss . .
an eltervescent lper sonalit within looks
to n match
Music Club 4; Volleyball 1, 2. 3. -1;
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; Pep Squad
4; Tennis 2, 3; Ping-pong 2, 3; Riding
2. 3; Glee Club 2, 3. Don. Convent.


(CARMEN MARIA \\Il ii
"Carinencita"
Colon, R. de P.
An alluring lady ..... carefree and
cheerful
Spanish Club 2, 3; Music Club 4; Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Glee Club
2; Office .\sst. 4; Spanish Club Comm.
3, 4: Usher 3, 4.





CECILIA MARIE MILLER
"Ceri"
Panama City, R. de P.
ITakes everything with a smile ..... a
personality Ivhat is the best
Spanish Club 3; Decorating Comm. 3;
G.A.A. 1. 3. 4.



(CATHERINE ELIZABETH MILLER
"Cathly"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Our ouin Blondie" .. a dainty
bundle of charm
Staging 2. 3; H.S. Workshop 3, 4; Broad-
casting Club 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basket-
ball 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad
2, 3; Fashion Show 2. 3.


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Ancor ( .I ,.I /m.. .
Excels in every '"' ,
smile with mat S.A. Rep. 2: "*' .- \1 l n ,. *1. \
tons"; "Evening 11i Il BakI.1 "P 'P
lem Father"; Stailll I 2 1 PI ilii.
ing 1. 2, 3, 4; "G(...ti g, a [)iai. ( I.i,1
mas Dance Comm. 3; Parrakeet 4; "B"
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club; Football
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1. 2. 3, 4: Baseball
1. 2. 3. 4: All-Stars 1. 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2,
3, 4: Water Polo 2, 3, 4: All-Stars 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3; All-Stars 1, 2; Swim-
ming 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus.

ELEANOR LORRAINE PARKER
"Ellie"
Colon, R. de P.
I'int plus vigor plus vitality equals Ellie
..... plenty of class
Fashion Show 3: G..A.. Dance Comm.
4; G.A.A. 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Pep
Squad 1. 2; Volleyball 1. 2. 3, 4; All-
Stars 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-
Stars 3, 4: Softball 1, 2. 3, 4; All-Stars 3.

PATRICIA PETERS
"'Trish"
Phillips, Texas
"Best it, iir. come in small packages"
..... sweetness personified
H.R. Sec'y. 1: Chorus 3, 4; Pep Squad
3; Typing Award 1. Harding Junior
High School 1.


DONALD CHARLES MUSSELMAN
"Don"
Selinsgrove. Pennsylvania
B.H.S.'s Barryore . .. smooth looks
and good manners topped off with a
ready smile for all
H.R. Alt. 4; "Evening at the Blakes" 1;
"Buttons" I; "Ramshackle Inn" 2; "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3; "The
Clutching Claw" 3; Staging 2. 3. 4; Pro-
ducing 2. 3: gettingn g a Date" 4: Zonian
Photog. ;: Parrakeet Photog. 4.

ALFRED J. NECKAR, JR.
"'Alf"
Ancon. Canal Zone
A wilty and fun-loring lad-thanks foi
the laughs!
Speech Prog. 3; Football 1. 2. 3. 4; All-
Stars 3; Baseball 3. 4; Water Polo 3, 4;
Basketball 3.

BETTYI JEAN NEWLIN
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Baseball 3. 4; Glee Club 3; S.A. Dance
Dec. Comm. 3. Cadet, Isthmian Batal-
lion, Panama. Corp., La Salle School.







BLANCA ADA PERINO
"Bluanquita"
Colon. R. de P.
There's ,,,. 'l,t, on her lips and life in
her fascinating dark eyes
C.lee Club 2, 3. 4.




EILEEN PETERSEN
"Pete"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A likable lass and sincere friend ....
sunny disposition
Usher 3; Biology Club 2, 3; Music Ap-
preciation Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 4:
Pep Squad 1, 2. 3, 4.


VIRGINIA iM. MURPHY
"Ginite"
Medtord. Massachusetts
A tan to turn your eyes g re' .....
erry likable
Volleyball 2, 4; Softball 1, 2. 3. 4:
Basketball 1; Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4; Lib.
Asst. 1; Typ. Asst. 4.



RAYMOND A. NESBITT
"Moss"
Colon. R. de I'.
appy-go-lucky personality . . a
".sharpy" in the sports world
"B" Club 4: Football 1. 2, 3. 4; All-Stars
1: Soltlall 1, 2; All-Stars 1; Track 3. 4;
All-Stars 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Water
Polo 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; All-Stars 3;
(lee Club 1, 2; R.O.T.C. Private Ist
(lass 4.


PAUL O'DONNELL
"Red"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A e adl smile and a surprising sense of

Football 1. 2. 3. 4; All-Stars I; Softball
2, 3, 4: Water Polo 2. 3, 4: Basketball
1, 2, 3; Usher 4: Cap and Gown
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THOIMAS CHARLES PETERSON
"'Tor"
\ncon. Canal Zone
I. is of funl .. ... (. si\ to know .....
mu nscietntioun workers
H.R. Rep. 4; "Buttons" 1: "Elmer" 4;
"It's Eass to Get a Date" 3, 4; "What
Is America?" 3; "Ode to Peace" 3;
Staging 3, 4; Acting 1, 4: Debate Team
%M1i|. Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4;
Biology Club 3, 4; Pres. 4; Football 1,
2. 3, 4; Baseball 2; Softball 3, 4; Water
Polo 2, 3. 4; Basketball 3; Track 3, 4;
Swimming 3. 4; Sports Award 2.


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FLETCHER PHELAN
Medellin, Colombia
Amatrur radio fan ... to/s rilth
ui a/ll
Track 4; Asst. Mgr. I; (lee Club 2;
Library Asst. 1; Cap and Gown Comm.
4. Douglas High Schbool.



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. .' "Alva"
Planama City, R. de P.
A lwhiz on the volleyball court ...
friendly siinile for everyone
Volley ball 1, 2. 3: Basketball 2. 3; Soft-
hall 1. 2, 3; Glee Club 1. 2.


14i. QtUINN
""Tito" '.
AnIton, Canal /one \R. '(. | \ I RI)
The guy with the "I. Q." . . 'IV is R j,
lurky to rlaimn him .. :.. t',, ,, -
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" -,,a ,,' -,,,i'j.',
Voc. Guid. Plav I; Biology Chlb I I l, I
Basketball 2; after r Polo 3; (;lee ChliuI ..
:; Valentine Dance Comm. 4; Navy Da' -
Program; Producing 3. 4; 3,..1int 3, 1 -







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Connmm., S.A. Dance Comm. 2; Football
SI)ance Comm.; G.A.A. Dance Comm. 4:
Fashion Show 2, 3; Freshman Picnic I.

LYDIA BEATRIz REYES
Bea"
Panama. R. de IP.
l inning personality .. ... accent on
sports ..... a dynamo of vitality
Fashion Show 2; G.A.A. Dance Comm.
4; sutginie 2. 3: lsher 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4:
Volleyball I, 2, 3. 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3. 4;
SBasketball 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2. 3, 4;
Softball 1, 2. 3, 4; All-Stars 1 2, 3: Arch-
ery 2; (Glee Club I; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4;
"I.Lib. Asst. I. 2, 3.

HELEN MAY ROSE
Ancon, Canal Zone
Attllractive .... .quiet sense of humor
.... one who is well liked by all
Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Soft-
ball 1. 2; Swimming 3; Orchestra 1, 2;
Pep Squad 1, 2; Library Asst. 1, 2;
L fashion Show 1, 2. 3: Junior High
Office 4; Usher 3.


WALTER BENSON REIF
*t ally"
Oak Park. Illinois
The "silent type" .... tall 'n' hand-
sone.
"B" Club 4; Football 3, 4; All-Stars 4;
Baseball 2. 4; Basketball 2, 3; Water
Polo 3, 4; Softball 3: All-Stars 3; Track
4: Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 2; Christ-
inas Dance Comm. 3; Valentine Dance
Comm. 4.

BOBBIE ANN ROBINSON
"Bobbie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Mischievous eves go with a ical,t.vi,,.
grinl ..... personality plus
Staging I: Acting 1, 4; Zonian 4; Broad-
casting Club 3: Volleyball 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2. 3, 4; All-Stars 2: Soccer 1;
Softball 2, 3, 1; Sports Award 3; Swim-
Ining I; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad
2, 3; Cheerleader 4: Usher 3; Elks Club
Dance Comm. 4; "Getting a Date" 4;
G.M.A. 1. Jefferson High School, Wash-
ington, D. C.

VIRGINIA LORETTA ROWEN
"Ginger"
St. Louis. Missouri
Sweet, petite, and light on her feet
"Getting a Date" 4; Special Speech
PIrog. 4; "Dress Rehearsal" 4. Valley
High, California; Central High, Mis-
souri; Wellston High, Missouri.


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JACK RUOFF
Jetterson City, Missouri
Our basketball and gridiron whiz .....
rloipelition in an sport
Lettermen's CluIh I. 2. 3. 4; "'" Club
3. 4: Football 1, 2. 3. 4: All-Stars 3. 4:
Track 3. 4; All-Stars 3, 4; Basketball
1, 2. 3; All-Stars 2. 3; Water Polo 3, 4;
Baseball 3. 4; Valentine Dance Comm.
4; Christmas Prog. Simonson High
School, Jefferson City, Missouri.




ROsB:RI J. SAARINEN
"Bob"
Newark, New Jersey
Amiable Ibo wlitl a friendly mantnei
that winis hinm manyi pals
Football 4; Softball 1. 2: Water Polo
3, 4; Pep Squad I, 2.





ANNE SCHt LTZ
"A nnie"
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JOSE LlIS SALAS
"Joe"
'anamia City. R. de P.
alwayss clou ..,- ,i., ,'s Jose, but just
wait until track season
I rack 1, 2. 3. 4; Softball 2. 4; Water
Polo 2, 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4; Football
3, 4.





I)AVID CLIFFORD SCHUILER
"Dave"
Brooklyn, New York
Fiiendlv is hie word for Dnave-our kid
frot Brtooklyn
Baseball I. 2. 3: Track 1. 2; Football 1;
Soltb.ll 1 '. iht.l.n I; W after Polo
2.3; ;..I t 1




NANCY SCOTT
"I. ., 1. ..I"
Los Angeles, California
.4 newcomer welromne for her vivarioius
looks and pleasing iays
Slarimdas 2. 3, 4; GCvy Offie Asst.;
(;lee Club 1, 2. 3. Manual Arts High
School 1, 2. 3.


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STANLEY T. SEROCKI
"Sltart"
Brooklyn, New York
Business-like attitude .... Iutn to Pal
around witl


MARY M. SILL
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Golden hair and eyes of blue," and a
friendly smile to top it all
S.A. Rep. 3; Alt. 4; H.R. Rep. 4;
N.H.S. 3; Vice-Pres. 4; Broadcasting
Club 4; Volleyball 1, 2; Basketball 1;
Softball 1; (;lee Clob 1, 2, 3; Bac-
calaureate 1, 2, 3; Counselor's Asst. 2;
Report on S.A. Council Conference,
Wash., D. C. 4; CARE Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr.
Banquet 3: Jr. A.nnll -l 3; Usher 2, 3);
Pep Squad I; S.A. Rep. to Student
Council Conference. Wash., 1). C. 3.



CHARLES EUGENE SLATER I11
"Slats"
Des Moines, Iowa
A fellow impossible to forget lor hIis
friendly wayTs and zany imannier
Football I; Water Polo 1. 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 4; 2nd I.t. in command of 2nd
Platoon, Co. C.


San Alltonio, I exas
Ouir B.H.S. swoon ho\
Broadcasting Club 3. 4. Corporal of
Cadets. San Antonio, Texas.



WILLIAM SIMPSON
11 ,"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tops in the sports field . p.le nty
of eve appeal!
Parrakeet Artist 4; "B" Club 3, 4; Base-
ball 1, 2. 3, 1; All-Stars 2, 3, 4: Football
1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Basketball
I. 2. 3, 4: All-Stars 2. 3; Track :; Glee
Cliiub 1, 2. 3, 4.



JOAN HIELEN SMITH
loaanie"
Brooklyn. New York
Lovable, laughable .. Ifull otf fun
and pep
Staging 3, 4; Zonian 4; Spanish (Club 1;
Spanish Club L.T. Play 1; Volleyball
1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Softball
1. 2; Swimming 1, 2; Archery 1; Glee
Club I. 2. 3; Zonian Ads. 4; Water
Ballet 3; Usher 1; Frosh Class Party 1.


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LORETTA SMITH
Tita"
Pueblo, Mexico
A quiet. friendly manner .... always
a helping hand at the right time
H.R. Alt. 4; Staging 1. 3, 4; Producing
3: Directing 4; "Buttons" 1; "The
Clutching Claw" 3; "Getting a Date" 3;
"Madness in Triple Time" 3; "Re-
hearsal" 4; Zonian 4; N.H.S. 4; H.S.
Workshop 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Biology
Club 2, 3, 4; U.N. Club 4; Volleyball
2, 3, 4; Basketball 2.

FRANKLIN SOGANDARES
"Frank"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Full of ole Nick ..... always a ready
smile
Radio Club 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Water
Polo 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 3; Baseball
1. 2. 3, 4; Swimming 3; Library Asst. 1.

Jo ANN STANDEFER
"]0o"
Houston. Texas
One of our B.H.S. "brains" ..... loaded
with talent and personality
Staging 3, 4; Producing 3, 4; Directing
4; Acting 3, 4; "Clutching Claw"; Mad-
ness in Triple Time"; "Elmer"; "Get-
ting a Date"; Zonian 4; Zonian Adv. 4;
National Honor Society 3, 4; H.S. Work-
shop 3, 4; Music Club 1, 2; Volleyball
1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; (lee Club 1, 2;
Pep Squad 1, 2. 3; Lib. Asst. 4; Office
Asst. 2, 3; Chem. Lab. Asst. 4; Jr. An-
thology 3; Usher 3.


PALMER SMITH
"Pare"
Santa Marta, Colombia
A happy-go-lucky B.H.S. specialty
"B" Club 4; Radio Club 1; Voc. Guid.
Plays 1: I.a ing 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Water I'-I. '. 4; Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4;
Track 1, 2. 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2. 3. 4;
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Ring Comm. 3;
Jr. ,\Ml ,l.,.,g' 3; Usher 1.


THOMAS V. SOLAN
Tom"
Tucumcari, New Mexico
Our 'enlior prexy--tops in just every-
thing!
Class Pres. 1. 4; N.H.S. 4; Sodality 2; L
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 2; Baseball
2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 3;
Tennis, Junior Varsity 2; Chorus 1, 4;
Pep Squad 1; Cadet Lt. Col., Battalion
C. 0. 4; Sqd. Leader 2; Private 1; Usher
4; Valentine Dance Comm. 4; Cap and
Gown Comm. 4; Cards and Announce-
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MARY ELLEN SYKES
"Mary"
Paris, Tennessee
WIhat a gal! Plenty of class with clothes
to match
Zonian Adv. 2; Art Cluib I; (Glee Club
3: Pep Squad 1; Office Asst. 4.





JAMES M. THOMPSON
"Jimlimy II"
Ancon, Canal Zone
This super fellow has a friendly smile
and carefree manner
"B" Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4: All-
Stars 2. 4; Water Polo 2, 3, 4; All-Stars
2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3, 4;
Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2, 3.


The best that comes ..... hard-work-
ing ... f.un-loving
H.R. Rep. 4; Sr.gin1 P.,rrakeet 4;
Parrakeet Adv. BRI.IgD ( lub 2, 3, 4;
Camera Club I, 'pani.il Club 2;
U.N. Club 4; H.S. Workshop 4; N.H.S.
4; Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Soft-
ball 2. 3; Speech Act. 3, 4; Pep Squad
2. 4: Lib. Asst. 2; Chem. Lab. Asst. 4;
Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Cards and An-
nouncements Comm. 4.

CAROL B. THORNTON
Panama, R. de P.
Magic at her fingertips ... a friendly
"hello" for everyone
(lass Party Comm. 1; Sadie Hawkins
Dance Comm. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm.
3; Valentine Dance Comm. 4; Fashion
Show 3, 4; Jr. \milt,.l..m 3; S.A. Rep. 1:
Producing 3; 1 a.ii'. I 3; "Our Hearts
Were Young .in .l I)'; N.H.S. 3, 4;
Volleyball 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4;
Softball 1, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Glee
Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3. 4; Office
Asst. 1, 2, 3.


















































FRANCES VEACH
Vienna, Illinois
A special bundle of fun ..... plenty of
vim and vigor!
Biology Club 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4: All-
Star 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; All-Star 4;
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Glee
Club 1; Phys. Ed. Exhibition 1. Cristo-
bal High School.



DALILA GRACE VIGIL
"Dally"
Ancon, Canal Zone
We'll miss your captivating smile and
cheery "hello"
Archery 2; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Pep Squad
1, 3; Fashion Show 3.


SHIRLEY ANNE WALSH
"Shirl"
Ancon, Canal Zone
The gal with the smile ..... dignified
beauty ..... sweetness personified
H.R. Rep. 4; Zonian 4; Volleyball 2, 3,
4: Basketball 2 ,3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Sports
Award 3; Glee Club I, 2, 3; Pep Squad
1, 2, 3: Office Asst. 2, 3, 4: Football
Dance 4; Elk's Dance Comm. 4; Sr. Ring
Comm. 3, 4; Soph. Class Party 2; Usher
3, 4; Marshal at Commencement 3;
Parrakeet Adv. 3; Zonian Adv. 4.


WALTER E. TROUT
Wally"
Cristobal, C. Z.
One of B.H.S.'s own B.T.O.'s .....
super in sports and good to look at -
"B" Club 3. 4; Baseball 3. 4; Basketball
2, 3, 4; All-Stars 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4:
All-Stars 3, 4; Track 3, 4: All-Stars 3, 4:
\Water Polo 3, 4.



BETIY Jo UNDERWOOD
"Jo"
Akron, Ohio
Pretty blonde hair .... ta Itru school
pal
Staging 4; Parrakeet 4: Vollevball 4;
Basketball 3, 4; Speech Act 4; Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2: Library Asst.
2. 3, 4.



VIOLET E. VAN'T VELD
"Vickie"
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Model tI,.,* H- i _l & _ud-_ _. .
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TERRY TRUMBLE
T.N.T."
Buffalo, New York
A 'cnse of humor that wins friends
Broadcasting Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4:
Water Polo 3; Swim Meets 2. 3; All-
Stars 2, 3: Rifle Squad 4; R.O.T'.C. 1st
Lt., Supply Officer, Battalion Staff 4;
R.O.T.C. Dance Comm. 4; Sadie Hawk-
ins Dance Comm. 3; Pep Squad I, 2, 3.




JEAN V. VAN EVERA
"Jeanie"
Baltimore, Maryland
lli tllul miile ..... w. ell-liked by all
Fashion Show 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3. 4;
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Library Asst. 2, 3.





REGINA HELEN VANN
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P.,,' ,t:., 1 i', o .,i t Adv. 4; Archery
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s'ilal I J 3 1 (ln e Asst. 1; Clinic
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JOHN FREDERICK VITTRUP
"Jack"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Always helpful ..... a hit with the gals
Latin Club 2: Reporter 2; Chem. Club
3; Hist. Club 3: Water Polo 4; Valen-
tine Comm. 1.






MARGUERITE WARD
Panama, R. de P.
The vivacious young miss from B.H.S.
H.S. Workshop 3, 4; Basketball 3;
Volleyball 4; Physics Lab. Asst. 4.








JANE F. WARDEN
"Janie"
Gloucester City, New Jersey
Petite little blonde with a contagious
smile for everyone
Chess and Checker Club 3. 4: Lib. Asst.
Club Sec'v. 4; Volleyball 2. 3. 4; All-
Stars 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4; Softball
2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1:
Lib. Asst. 3, 4: Fashion Show 3.


M1ERCON WEEKS
"Merrv"
Fort Worth, Texas
Whether I'.in,; his flute or 1,;:;,
on his ty pezwrtter, this cheery .'.it ., ii!
go far
Track 1, 2. 1; All-Stars 1, 2, 4; Basket-
ball 3; All-Stars 3; Orchestra 1. 2; Music
Club 1; Band 1, 2: Chess and Checker
Club 3, 4: Fashion Show 1.


MARY WATSON
Panama City, R. de P.
Latin bombshell with a sparkling per-
sonality
Spanish Club Vice-Pres. 4; Volleyball 2,
3, 4; Basketball 3. 4; Lib. Asst. 4; Office
Asst. 2; Fashion Show 3.



JEAN ANN WHITE
Panama City, R. de P.
A cute little gal ..... sweet .. .. all
that and brains, too!
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3;
Staging 3; Asst. Dir. of Freshman Play 3;
N.H.S. 3. 4; Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2. 3. 4; Softball 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus
1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2; Lib. Asst. I: Chem.
Lab. Asst. 3; Physics I.ab. Asst. 4; Christ-
mas Dance Comm. 3; Usher 3; Jr. An-
thology 3.
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LINDA LEE WILLARD I
Aberdeen Proving Ground. Maryland l)i \\ It i
An art are-versatile gal and a wonder- .
f l al IIl l I ( ut.l / I. i-
Parrakeet 4; Zonian 4; Hobby Club 2: I' . ",,.i., .. 1. I 1.
Safety Club 1; Cap and Gown Comm .m''l' .
4; Youth Prize for art work 4; Hobbs -y....1ul ,.A : \.t. 'fi I ,*,-
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Art Club 1; Office Asst. 4. Aberdeer" p -'e .~ -'-
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HOWARD L. WRIGHT
Washington. D. C.
Nice manners and a rather shy grin are
only two of his appealing ways
Baseball 1; Softball 2; R.O.T.C. 4.





JACQ('ELINE MARCH YUDINE
"]arkie"
Brooklyn, New York
An ever-present smile and charming
personality describe "Jackie"
Chorus 1, 3, 4: Pep Squad 1, 2. 3:
Library .\sst. 1, 2, 3.


EUGENE WOOD
Gene"
Knoxville, Tennessee
Those who don't know our (ene have
missed a lot . he's strictly on the
beamin
Hiking Club 3; Football 4: R.O.T.C.
Squad Leader 2, 3; Knoxville High
School 1, 2, 3.




DOREEN YATES
"Bunny"
Buffalo, New York
A girl with a sparkling manner whose
long, dark eyelashes are the envy of
B.H.S. girls
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Swimming 1; Volleyball
1, 2; Basketball I; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Jr.
Cotillion. St. Anthony's High School.



CECILIA ZAGER
"Ceci"
Panama City, R. de P.
A friendly smile that warms your heart
characterizes our Latin ainiga
Spanish Club I, 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club
Comm. 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep
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JOYCE ZEECK
"Zeeck"
Lamesa. Texas
The Esther Williamns of B.H.S. will be
remembered by all for her sweet and
friendly manner
G.A.A. 4; Volleyball 3, 4: All-Stars 4;
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 1, 2, 3. 4;
Water Ballet 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Squad 1, 2, 3; Sr. Cards and Announce-
ments 4; Fashion Show 2. 3; Jr. An-
thology.


MARTHA LORRAINE ZENT
"Mart"
Silver City. New Mexico
"Mal" . . serene beauty and a
friendly "hello" for all ... . perfection
personified
Usher 1, 2, 3; Marshal 3; Jr..\nili,,.1 L.
3; Inaug. Dance Comm. 3,4; J i 'i R.,i
quet Comm. 3; Ring Comm. 3; Christ-
mas Dance Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins
Dance Comm. 2; S.A. Club Dances
Comm. 2: Class Party Comm. 1, 2:
Class Picnic Comm. I; Fashion Show
3. 4; Class Sec'y. 1; Class Pres. 2. 3;
Producing 1, 2. 3; "Buttons"; Zonian
Bus. Mgr. 4; Zonian Adv. 4; N.H.S. 3.
4; Sec'v. 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Basketball
3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3;
Office Asst. 3.


W\ILLIAM. H. ZIMMIERMANN
"Zinlnm"
Ancon, Canal Zone
His affable humor will remain among
our memories
Football 1, 2. 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2: Soft-
ball 3, 4; All-Stars 3: Basketball 1, 2;
Spanish Club 4.


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JACK WILKINSON
Ancon. Canal Zone
The Pedro Miguel genius ..... always
with his shooter
Track 1; Band; R.O.T.C. Cadet.


CLARISE MARION
"Chris"
Chicago. Illinois
"Darling" is the word for sparkling-
eyed "Chriis."
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" 3;
Glee Club 2; Tennis 2; Swimming 2;
Class Treas. 1. 2. Ladycliff AcademN;
Poly High School, Long Beach, Cali-
fornia.


MARILYN JENNISON

JEAN WHITE

JANET KIMMEL

CAROL THORNTON

JO ANN STANDEFER

TOM SOLAN

FRANCES FARRELL

GASPER de PAREDES

MARY SILL

DOROTHY TAYLOR

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HAROLD BARKLEY

MARY AZCARRAGA

MARTHA ZENT

LINDA WILLARD

DOLORES LOWRY

BETTY NEWLIN

PEGGY ENIREB

MARGUERITE WARD

LOIS BAUMBACH

HOWARD HANNERS

MARC QUINN


SYLVIA ALTMAN

FRANCES VEACH

JANE WARDEN

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'Ilass of "50


Along with everyone else the new high
(and almost mighty) juniors trouped
back to o other hectic but
Snever- forgotten
Alters f't e hustle and
Mr. Clarence Vosburgh, Junior Class adviser, conferring bustle\ 1 'l ,a i, ast prexyy",
over grades with two juniors, Pat Peters and Karl Mellander Joan l, rst er our first
class meetin-. re introduced to
our new class adviser, Mr. Vosburgh, and then we elected officers for the C iss '50.


Things started popping along about October 15 when the Ring commit
and chose five super candidate rings for display in the central showcase. Witi
Irwin, Phyllis McLaren and Roberta Hollander working like mad, it wasi
was completed, and the first order started on its way by Iecember 22. We (
ring to sport at the Junior-Senior Banquet.
Remember that super-duper Christmas dance on December 17? "Perfe
decorations and Santa. It was obvious that the large committee worked haI
dance a success.
One day along about January, I glimpsed Shirley Smith and Joyce Ei
hall with big smiles after being elected to the Valentine Queen's Court.
The Junior-Senior Banquet, the long-awaited night ol nights of tlbc-~Cl
to remember. Orchids to the committee for the gala time had by all.
And last-but not least-I guess you know who won the tug-of-war to w
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Mr. Clarence Vosburgh. adviser; Phyllis Mclaren, S. A. Representative; Betty Jane Kenealy.
Vice-President; Keith Kreth. President; Ginger Sanders, S. A. Representative; Joan Powell,
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.\ .-i plus t,~ I. F ti~5 gave us a chance to become better acquainted. The sur-
pi I-, ol ithi tL' ,u Iw' bI- 4w, which turned out to be strictly O.K., thanks to Rena Boynton
andl (.kSIt. PI, cll. I- 1n t. ,li., and all the other talented sophs who contributed to the show.
Paul j.,ni:,ii Nli hi.) .k i '"l \inerica, Junior, and Joan Sprague as Miss America for 9III1.
Thii L.i %cj Le\ l dispute as to which two girls should be chosen to represent us in the Valentine
Queen's turt. I think we all L, that the choice of Pat Walker and Joan Sprague was unbeatable.
O libuti y..S. life was the colossal Sadie Hawkins dance given in March.
Suggest on "MrlCi vent as the committee argued and finally agreed about arrange-
ments. No s for our annual class picnic became realities. We returned at the
end of the day tired but happy.
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September 8, 1948-a day to remember, for on that day
we entered a brand new world-a world where we could
start a shiny new slate for four wonderful, promising
cars in senior high sch *
We started with a I ang oi election day with Ray
Tucker annoutncedl .11 thi .ib wiii.i ilIIm dance as "our
Mr. Ted Munch. Freshman Class al- choice" for frosh pi 1, i N-i ~k tl,., lg alter, dancing
,iser, being introduced at the Inaugui- classes (freshmen only were stXU13 tor us eager learn-
ation Dance crs. And it ,i 1.11i;i1(1 olff, u e at all the other
dances attended, ,. (i1.l no 'tloo ." A specialty we
can't forget was our very own Hallow'en party. It had everything JlPua -t, Ii 'I amorous cos-
tunies to wonderLul dancing.
Then there was the exciting contest in which two girls were se m si. een freshman candi-
dates to be members of the Valentine Queen's court. The Io..ntii who reigne at the Valentine dance
left a pleasant memory among everyone.
Among the events that brought us into the very heart ,,I.l .I dl.ticin life were the exciting
football games, with IS proudly cheering on the sidelines, ii 'he-i oAol assemblies, in which
some of US took part.
Our studies weren't forgotten though, midst the whirlwi id o i 'tiv ties. We found home-
work was not quite "unbearable" with the help of encouraging teach fri ds, and those "ever-
present, almighty" seniors. And so we t ii.. d Il on.
This grand new life passed all too soon. It is truly a year to i mn V We're looking forward
to more "de-super" ears to come.


Class Ollirers, Ibrhk ow: Ray lTucker, president: Coila Goodin, S. A. Representative; Oscar
Kiotmanvt \ice-president; f Im ni tow: Michael McNevin, S. A. Representati e; James O'Connor.
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HOMEROOM REPRESENT \TIVES include, left to right, to) row: Shirley Smith, Tom
Peterson, Mary Ellen Stac'. Second row: Edgar Kourany. Stuart Plumer. [im O'Conner,
Keith Kreth, Roger Simond. Ray Tucker, David Mcilhenny. Max Kurillo. I i -. row: Mary
Sill, Dot Taylor. Mary Jo Cole, Shirley Walsh, Phyllis McLaren, Margie Rathgeber, Martha
Irwin. Front row: Yolanda Diez, Mary Lea A,' 11 :. Barbara Ladd, Pat Walker, Arlene
McKeown, Coila Goodin, Gloria Hall. Annette Godby. Those not pictured: Frances Dwyer,
Nancv Fuller. Dick Greene. Peter Flynn



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The Homeroom Representatives and Alternates are part of a new system adopted at B.H.S. this year from
student associations in the States. It has proved useful in bringing about a closer relationship between
the individual student and the S.A.
The representatives attend all S.A. meetings and take an active part. During the homeroom
period these representatives report special announcements from the S.A. Council.
These students deserve credit for the success of the drives undertaken this year. Drives include
the Red Cross drive, the benefit drive for the Bella Vista Orphans' Home at Christmas, and the Infantile
Paralysis drive.


HOMEROOM ALTERNATES, left to right, top row: Gasper de Paredes, Tom Fong,
Michael McNewlin, Loran Long, Don Musselman, Howard Hanners, Eddie Browder, Ray-
mond Dairdson, Henry Cruz. Second row: Dorothy Dedeanx, Joyce Engelke, Frances
Farrell, Gay Hogan, Aida Harvie, Barbara Norris, Loretta Smith, Yolanda Bull. Front row:
Joan Baron, Louise Glud, Norma McKeown. Florence Crecelines, Sherry Green, Ginger
Sanders. Those not pictured: Suzanne Shutt. Roberta Hollander, J. R. Shaeffer, Roger
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Association




Our "Big Three" in action, from left to
right: Lois Baumbach, secretary; George
a Downing, president; and Edward Hat-
chett. Jr., vice-president and below

pointers to S.A. Council





The Student Association of Balboa High School
is the guiding hand to all school activities for
students. Purpose of the Student Association is
to promote unity among the student body by
sponsoring extra-curricular affairs.
Otil r.~ of the S. A. are the president and
vice-president, elected from the Junior Class at
the end of the school year, to serve the following
year. This past year George Downing was presi-
dent and Edward Hatchett, Jr., was vice-president;
Lois Baumbach was appointed secretary. Work-
ing with all officers as top-notch adviser was
.Ml. E. W. Hatchett.
The S. A. Council consists of its officers and
lour representatives from each of the four classes.
Fhis year a representative and an alternate from
each homeroom attended S. A. meetings as part
efl the council.
New addition to S. A. was the "B" Club, which
.ends two representatives to S. A. meetings. Until
this year the "B" Club had been an independent
organization .



The Elk's Club Committee (left) bub-
1.tii over with plans for a great dance
and at right, the Inauguration Dance
Committee starting the year off just
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Carol sings at the Christmas formal, and right,
our flashy cheerleaders give out with a Victory
yell

First on S. A.'s list of successful activities for
the past year was the Inauguration Dance, at
which class officers for the year were announced.
The Football Dance at the Elk's Club, complete
with Football Queen and Anchor, was a never-
to-be-forgotten dance.
Through the purchase of S. A. tickets the
students received admission to school dances,
plays, and games, enabled students to receive the
Parrakeet. nnd entitled owners to purchase the
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Our able spol sor. lat eight, M i. Subert T ,,i'.l,, / '. o I,, i. 1-
Don Mussnelman back-slage and above. "lealous y Pt'\ a
Part" in the Iproress of being presented to study hall groups


Little Theatre


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Our capable business manager,
Su.san Hutclrhna,.- workingg to
ke)r p Little I i. ,.. ., records
straight
Diamondl Alasque winners for the y I ar S 9'-9
are, first row, left to .1..' Barbaria Broyer,
Jove(e Alasters, leannine Dorian, Susan Hut-
hlings; second row: Dick Lester, Don
AMusselmian


The curtain rose on a promising year in dramatics, but the
season was curtailed when polio restrictions were imposed.
The first productions, presented for study hall groups,
were cast from the dramatics class. One group consisting of
Roberta Hollander, Marilyn Jennison, Ruth Stein, Eileen
Frank, Loretta Smith and Virginia Rowen gave "Dress
Rehearsal." The following day "Elmer" was presented by
the cast composed of Tommy Peterson, Joyce Masters, Bar-
bara Boyer, Kathryn Glass, Bobbie Ann Robinson, Dick
Lester, Don Musselnan, Jo Ann Standefer and Jeannine
Organ.
Producers Dick Lester and Jo Ann Standefer cast and
presented "Jealousy Plays a Part" in December. In this
one-act play were Betty Jane Kenealy, Kay Babbs, Terry
Ford, Mary Ellen Stacy, Arlene \l ki.,own, Mike McNevin
and Ruth Turck.
February found' 1t R (. It's Wonderful" being presented
by Gayle McDonald, John Rimmington, Annette Godby,
Danny Alexander, and Charles Walsh, with directors Bar-
bara Boyer and Joyce Masters.
Plans then called for an all-school production of "Kiss
and Tell" early in April for Little Theatre members.



Dramatic class presenting "Dress Rehearsal"
in room 103




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Junior R.O.T.C. Battalion in tevicu, at .' presentation by Maj. (Ge. Ray E. Porter



Junior R. O. T. C.

A Reserve Officer's Training Corps was inaugurated into Balboa High School this year. Interest in this new class ran high
among the boys from freshman to seniors. When final count of cadets was taken, there were 217 officers and enlisted per-
sonnel. A basic infantry battalion consisting of four rifle companies and a battalion stall was formed.
First activity of the newly formed corps was an informal dance given at Ouarry Heiglts Officers' Club. The highlight
of the dance was presentation of commissions to cadet officers by Capt. John Ross. Professor of Military Science and Tactics.
On December 22. Maj. Gen. Ray E. Porter presented the national colors to the unit. This was the first official public
showing of the battalion as a whole.
On January 28 the unit rifle team entered competition for the Hearst Trophy, which is given by William Randolph
Hearst for furtherance of shooting in the U.S.A. The local rifle team shoots against R.O.T.C. units in the 6th Army area.
A rifle range was completed in the basement of the high school building in February. This range will be of great advan-
tage in future matches as it will enable the cadets to practice more easily and more often.
February 14 saw the R.O.T.C. i'nit participating in a formal review with the 15th Cavalry Squadron. The highlight
of the ceremony was the lowering of the Administration Building flag by the Cadets.


Cadet Officets of Balboa R.O.T.C., left to right. 1st row:
Cadet Capt. Thomas Peterson, Cadet Maj. E. IV. Hatchett,
Capt. John Ross, Lt.. Klerekoper, Cadet Capt. Mayer Bajtel;
2nd row: Cadet Lt. Robert Su'adell, Cadet Lt. Robert Gales,
Cadet Capt. Gaspar de Paredes, Cadet Capt. Eugene Andrews,
Cadet Lt. Wlillianm Howe, Cadet tI. Terry Trumble; 3rd
tow: Cadet LI. Douglas Suddaby, Cadet l.t. James Lovejoy,


Cadet 1.I. Charles Slater. Cadet LI. Jack Budreau,
Cadet Lt. Harold Barkle),

Batalio Stallff. left to 'i Capt. John Ross, Cadet
I.t. Col. Tlhomas Solan. Cadet Capt. Thomas Peter-
son, Cadet Maj. I IV. Hathlett. Cadet Lt. Terry
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Cadet Captain
Mayer Bajtel
Cadet Lieutenant
Robert Gates
Cadet Lieutenant
Douglas Suddaby












Company B
Cadet Captain
Gaspar de Paredes
Cadet Lieutenant
William Howe
Cadet Lieutenant
Jack Budreau












Company C
Cadet Captain
Howard Hanners
Cadet Lieutenant
Robert Swadell
Cadet Lieutenant
Charles E. Slater, III












Company D
Cadet Captain
Eugene Andrews
Cadet Lieutenant
Harold Barkley
Cadet Lieutenant
James Lovejoy











On April 8, a Field Day was held for the
Balboa Reserve Officers Training Corps
cadets. At this time, various awards were
presented to the best individual soldier,
the best squad, the best platoon and the.-'
best company of the Battalion. Also at '
this time, the Governor's cup was pre- '
sented to the student of Military III who
passed the Governor's test with the high-.
est grade.. -

The R.O.T.C. Dance on May 20(
brought this year's formal activities to
an end.

Next year, the R.O.T.C. will be open
to sophomores, juniors and seniors only.
The military course is only three years
long, and it was decided that R.O.T.C.
training would be most beneficial to
students during their last three years in
high school. .
(Above) Major General Rayi E. Porter presents the Colors
to Cadel Colonel Thomas Solan; Major General Ray E.
Porter and Cadet Colonel Thomas Solan review the
Battalion
Flag presentation below, by Major General Ray E. Porter
in front of the Administration Building on December 22





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dance a't Quarry Heighl i
1/ (Govlrnor X\ctirolnrr pay'1s t visit to
R.O.T.C.


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lower' it at 3:15
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the cadets
10. Cadets swing and sway at the
R.O.T.C. dance, Quarry Heights
11. "Watch that thumb!" is the watch-
word in the armory


12. Come and get it at the Quarry
Heights dance
13. The Officers' Club rocks with
rhythrn
14. Sergeant Poppovich instructs a class
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Our mascot, Linda Fawcett, took time out
a soda
The best games e; e those nwith "Branniy\"
the band


B. H. S. Music




"Quiet!" seems to be all one hears from our man
"Branny" in the first few weeks of school, but, under-
neath it all, he's really a perfect-plus director, as many
will tell you. Under his able direction the chorus, band,
and orchestra have really contributed to B.H.S. school
S spirit. At the games, the assemblies, plays, and musi-
cales, our music department is there with "all it's got,"
lending a musical air of pleasure.



I We remember the superb Christmas program, when
the procession of girls in their long, white gowns wound
their way from the side door of the school to the front
steps. The boys quietly took their places and the pro-
gram began. Barbara Gunn enhanced the program
with her vocal solo, "Cantique de Noel," and our
talented soloist, Loran Long, who previously led the
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Strains of Christmas carol /.l'.',,Jd .', I te high
school band, with Loran i.-.'. *i .c l c. could
be heard on the "Admin" steps











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band at the foot of the Administration Building steps,
played "The Holy City." This year the program was
held in front of the school to accommodate the esti-
mated 2,000 people who gathered to hear this annual
Christmas musical.

Other highlights of the season included the music
for the Fashion Show, as provided again by selected
members of the orchestra. The chorus, band and
orchestra combined to produce the successful Spring
Festival. It upheld the high standard of previous per-
formances by Mr. Branstetter and the \Iiui Depart-
ment. At the Clubhouse play, presented in April, the
orchestra provided the musical selections.


Hats off to "Branny" and the hard-working music-
makers for adding the rhythm and color of their music
to Balboa High's school life.


With "Bratnny" the mass rehearsals were as much
fun as the final performance

The ,,1. i.,,rlii, "Angels We Have Heard on
High" sans canctdles


The Christmas Musicale was extra-special this
year with a different setting-our very own
"front yard"


























News Hounds
Following Lee Holmes, the Parriakeet's communica-
tions man, into the office iof that hallowed sheet,
one comes upon a scene of deepest concentration
and industry. A monstrous sigh of relief issues from
the lips of Herb Dawson, editor of the Parrakeet,
and he announces the fact that Lee has just returned
from the printers with additional galleys.
It seems that this is that busiest of days for the
staff-make-up dlay. Marge Hayward rushes for-
ward to see if her Sweet 'n Solid column is in this
new batch of proofs, and close behind her is Helen
Shirts '1 Skiris Vann, who is already checking her
exchange list.
lThe news brings no pause in the heated debate
between United Nations Editor Dot Taylor and
Chief Proofreader Barbara Comber on whether
BL-rt Page's cartoon for this issue is in the spirit of
the article written on the General Assembly.

(Counter clockwise:
(Our sulpe-pereift editor, Herbie Dawisop. tells its
how it should be done
\lake-up Editor Tom .Solan takes life easy while Lee
Ilollmes aod jihkie Hall "carry out orders"
IalbAra, NAonmi, anid .larjorie delving into the
mii.tefies of their favorite printing press at the
Ptiainnma-A merican
Reportevs Htelen Vann and George D.. ,iir finish-
iig lheir "'../. I',. -l" i olumns.. See that grin of
satisfaction
Friend!v adviser, Miss Brighami. assists as Associate
Ildilot Jttaet Kinmnel makes out that dreaded
deadline


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Carroll Robinson glances over the names of some
of the lovely ladies mentioned in his Iolf column,
scratches his head and pulls out his pencil and little
black book. His co-worker. Mary Ann 11..I 1,- Mc-
Coy, is interested only in her lan mail from the
love-lorn femmes of the Canal Zone teen-age circle.
Girls' sports editors. Mary Elletn St.. ~ and Naomi
Witkin, are in a huddle p.iniil. iit the merits of a
staggered picture layout .1s rhI n page. George
Downing, editor for the male side of Bulldog ath-
letics, wonders where e will put Coach Fawcett's
"lrips" column. His reverie of times when Harold
Wilson was his co-editor is broken when Jim Orvis
rushes up with a baseball scoop.
Janet Kimmel, the paper's associate editor, stands
with a pasty galley in one hand and a pair of enor-
mous scissors in the other, conferring with Literary
Editor Dolores Zimmerman. Their problem seems
to be one of placing Linda Willard's illustrations
so that they are as close as possible to the stories
they depict.
Near Jackie BHS Welcomes Hall, who is getting
a big bang out of Willie Simpson's Phulil Ph'l. -t I
Tom Solan. make-up editor, who is taking type
counts from his style sheet and uttering intermit-
tent cries about people putting too much paste on
the dummy sheet.
Roberta Hollander, who replaced Barbara Baron
as staff picture editor when "Barb" graduated in
January, confers with Miss Mary Brigham, inspiring
P ... .'..i adviser, and both picture in their minds
a Parrakeet issue with a rotogravure section in the
dim future.





Clockwise:
l.ilerary Editor Dolores Zimmerman "gels
the ldope" on art from Linlda Lee and Burt
"Blad," Barbara, Dolt and Mary Ann-just
being happy over the results of "their"
paper
Couldn't be that Mary Ellen and iillie
are .,tI.i,. about the latest issue-or
could it?
A screwdriver's the handiest gadget, isn't
it, Harold? At least Marjorie appreciates it!


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Finldil .a( Itr! Well, guys and gals, here it
i is-it's all yours! We, the Zonian staff of 1949,
have tried our hardest to give you a "better-
Sthan-best" yearbook.
First of all, we want you to know our super-
perfect editor, Lois "Bum" Baumbach, who
pg osted those dreaded deadlines only too fast at
times! "Doff" Dedeaux and Harold Barkley
managed our star-studded sports pages. Martha
Zent ran herself ragged over the Popularity
and S. A. pages, besides supplying ready cash
for us. Jeannine Dorgan and Joyce Masters
._looked earnestly for new ideas for the popu-
0 larity runner-up pictures while Jim Lovejoy
took over a complete new section, featuring
the R.O.T.C.
Shirley Walsh was our untiring picture file
Our editor Ioi "'Bum" Baumbarh. patiently explain- clerk, and was also in charge of senior activities.
ing the dayr' work Olive Beil mailed our "irreplaceable" proofs
Looks (as if .langie, Gloria, and Miss Thomas have found to the printer. Jean Clement worked like mad
that long-hunted-for layout


Alaetha, business manager of Zonian. takes a breather :
in the S. A. Room ,


Bait ara. Shirley and Joyce looking
lor THE picture


ioan, Bobbie and Martha
siting up the situation








Zonian Staff

on senior portraits, while Margie Kelley racked
her brain over faculty photos. Joan Smith
found a chic layout for her New Look section.
Energetic Barbara Boyer took her models and
photographer to Cristobal for the Good-bye
picture. Loretta Smith was in charge of the
Freshman Class history; Joyce Masters, the
sophomore section; Jeannine Dorgan, the
junior section, thus adding sections for under-
classmen as a new feature to our ever-growing
yearbook.
Betty Newlin edited the l. ulty sidelines,"
while Jo Ann Standefer, "ace" typist, found
time out for the "After Hours" section. Bobbie
Ann Robinson managed the Parrakeet page
while Peggy Enireb originated the \\ Im's
Who" feature. Barbara Curles supervised
"senior informals." Our photogs, Don Mussel-
man, Jan Mirrop, and Joe Crawford, who also
served the Parrakeet, were swamped at times,
but we just had to have those snaps. Barbara
Baron, art editor, was kept busy preparing the
sketches which run throughout the book, while
Linda Willard assisted with the sketches and
drew our cartoon page.
Last but by no means least, we want you to
know Miss Ellen Thomas, the guardian angel
of this staff and others in the past. Her patience
and encouragement urged us on to accomplish
our individual tasks.
All of these were hard-working members of
our staff. Our yearbook is different in many
ways from those in the past because many new
sections were added. We worked hard, but we
had fun in giving you a "super-special" an-
nual. It's all yours now, "keeds"!


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io A l. ininmmv, Jeannine and Loretlta pIoe that it's hard
to find that 'jn.st plerert" cover: and at right, Betty and
Jeem lake n feu minutes' ret'l to look Ilrouogh our pfirtires\,
while Barbhiia bliouses though the tile cabinet















Linan lindi tine ourt om ar work to cut and paste;
line out J]or: I''-..,.. ,'.i.r Joe to admire Barbara's art work


()liive aiit anmilthr "i rize" to the priinter


"Doff" and Harold I.,a..,,.. their
heads" for sports layouts


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Top row, left to i;. L Mr C. R.
I'osburgh, Miss Katherine J., *,..
Mr. Harold Zierten, Miss Ellen
Thomas, Mr. T. F. Hotz
6 "Second row: Tomr Solan, Dolores
Lowry. Peggy Enerib, (Gaspar de
Pa redes
rl nThird row: Martha Zent, Jo Ann
SStandefer, Marilyn Jennison, Janet
SKimmel, Mar, Sill
Front row: Lois Baumbach, Loretta
S Smith, Jean White, Dot Taylor, Carol
Thornton







National Honor Soeiety

The spotlight this year was on the National Honor Society, membership in which is the goal of every
Balboa High School student. The qualities of scholarship, leadership, character, and service are essential
in the members, who are carefully selected by the faculty.
In a program of service to the school, the members conducted vocational guidance class lectures and
planned a forensic league.
At the reins this year were \li lyn Jennison, president; Mary Sill, vice-president: Martha Zent,
secretary and Jo Ann Standefer, treasurer. Sponsors for the first part of the year were Miss Katherine
Jessup, Mr. Harold Zierten, Miss Ellen Thomas, \I i. T. F. Hotz and \11. C. R. Vosburgh. Mrs. Mary
Eugene and Mr. Frank Wilder helped to guide the (lub through the last months.


.-H.S. members listen intently to a word from their sponsor


Guiding the club this year were \. d, i, Jen.nison,
president; Mary Sill, vice-president; Martha Zent,
secretary and Jo A nn Standefer, treasurer







Top row. left to ;/.i Miss Claude -
Avcock, Rosalv n Sokol, Corinne
Combs, Uera Miller, Yvonne Koup-
permann. Roberta Hollander, Yvette
Abadi, Rene Entebi. Janet Kimmel.
Carmen Mateu, Pat Kelley, Barbara
Baropn. Shirley II '.....1 ,I Genevieve
Wheel r, Hans Breitbarth
Secrod row: Linda Btesh, Elsie Lee "l
Chang, Elizabeth Anderson. Mary
Appin Janire Osoeorio, Martha e Ho ok,
Helen Wheeler, Naomi Wiktin. Betlty
Jo Underwool. I i, o., Calvo A
Front row: Syvia Sokol, Yvette Hom,-
sany, Svh,ia Altman,. Yolanda Orsini,
lrnma Hernanidez. Julia Oiler, Frances
Dwoyer, Jeannette AMore, Anita Lom-
bana, Gloria Ives, Jane de Boyrie p




Music Appreciation Club
The Music Appreciation (Cluh) was reorganized this year under the sponsorship of Miss Claude Aycock
and became anl active organization. At the bi-monthly meetings, reports on composers and their works
were presented, followed by recordings of great compositions. Object of the club is to further musical
interests and talents among B.H.S. students.
In charge of the club's public programs in the library were Gloria Ives, president Margaret Kelley,
program chairman; Roberta Hollander, secretary and Sylvia Altman, treasurer.


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Members enjoy a musical interlude


Di',, tli, club affairs this year were Cloria Ives,
j a.. ii Margie Kelley, /,.'....,r chairman;
Roberta Hollander, secretary and Sylvia Altian,
treasurer


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T7 Standing. left to right: Yolanda Orsini,
Alvaro Paredes, Fred Drli',e. Wil-
T liamp Zimmerman, Mr. Alan Ward,
Raul Arango, Juan Severino, Jack
Hanson, Mavra Garrido
First ronw, sitting: Manuel Berrocal,
Ernest Melancon, Ernesto Calvo, Pal-
rick Ochoa, Jerry Hohinan. Tomas
Pasamante, Helen Wheeler
Second row: Elsie CI,.,,,.. Beatrice
Cordoba, Ma-lr Watson. Anita Lom-

Acoca, Betty Ruiz, Yolanda Bull
Maria Jackson, Cecilia Zager, Helen
Pasamante, Carmen Mateu
Front row: Lia Saiz, Rosie Alvarado,
Ni di a Ostrea, Mercedes Aguilar,
Amelia Mestre, Cleopatra Sanidas,
..Irma Hernandez, Julie (0 F.i F.i .,,
S" Calvo, Rene Entebi




Spanish Club

The Spanish Club, under its competent sponsor, Mr. Alan W ard, holds its meetings only when business
demands. One of the first activities of the year was the annual picnic at Far Fan Beach, which provided
fun and frolic. Next on the agenda was the Christmas dance held in the Gym with plenty of refreshments
and smooth Latin (lancing. Everyone was invited to the annual Carnival Dance, held on February 25
at the Hotel Tivoli, which fairly rocked with enthusiasm and Latin rhythm.

Heading this active club for the year were the following officers: president, Alvaro Paredes; vice-
president, Mary Watson; secretary, Rosie Alvarado; treasurer, Anita Lombana: "vocales," Efigenia Calvo
and Tomas Pasamante.


Spaltithi Club ha 'ing "mur'ho" fun on its annual picnic at
Far Fant


"Lor ief'S:'" thit \a(air were Tomas PaamantIe, vocal; Mary
it lal.so. vi -pretiderntl; Alihnro Paredes, president,: Efigeniat
(Calho, rvral; Anitia Iomrbana, Ireasurer and Rosie Alvarado,
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,dliiL. i, It to right: Roger Kellev. ,A i7 *..
r..,.., l, ..., Joe Crawford. Alfred
Cooper, Mr. George Lee, Jack Vittrup,
Dick Lester, Ton Kelley, Karl Mel-
lander, Charles Beck, Jimmy Forbes
Kneeling: Emil Weltz. Tomas Pasa-
mante, Augustine Fonsera, Bobby -'
Young, Roy Hohman. Harry Hootman
First row: Noralee Roche, Genevieve
Wheeler. Helen Wheeler, Joan Walk- *M .
er, Zoe Ann Karst, Margie Kelley, Sue '
Hutchings, Jeannine Dorgan, Janet .
Kimmel, P., Veney, Catherine
Manush, Dot Taylor, Loretta Smith, '. ,' c
Kay Burwell ,
Front row: Martha Hook. Marilyn -
Jennison, Francis Dwyer, Pat Walker,
Celeste Powell, Gayle MacDonald,
Margaret Ryter, Jeannette Moure, .
Roberta Hollander, Gloria Ives .






Biology Club

A popular club at school is the Biology Club, sponsored by Mr. George Lee.
Activities planned for the year were bi-monthly talks by members on the flora and fauna of
Panama, a trip to Barro Colorado Island and a banquet of native foods.
Heading the group of future biologists were Tommy Peterson, president; Gencvievc Wheeler,
vice-president and Catherine Manush, secretary.


A crowd of biologists listens to a speech on microscopy by
Peggy Veney


Chief dissectors for the year were Genevieve Wlhe r 'm
president: Tommy Peterson, president and (.ii,,,,
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SNBark row, left to t ,1,t: Bob IDes Islets,
ShJlack Gladwell, Dtck Lester, Bill El-
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I'Walter Oliver, Terry Ford. Terry
STr u ble e Karl Mellander, Hans

Middle row. left to right: jo Ann

nismo, Peggy Veney, Loretta Smithlk.
SJanet Kinuel. Roberta Hollander,
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lor s Front row, left to right: Corinne
SCombs, Mary Daniels. Jackie Hall,
JM Marl Sil. lBarbara Conmber. Mar-
Soerite W1ard, Shirley Woodruff







High School Workshop

Having gained a good start last year, the Balboa High School \Vorkshop lot the first time is now affiliated
with the school.
Due to the change of AFRS station to a new location, the workshop had to suspend its broadcasts
for some time but remained active in preparing for future broadcasts. To help improve the broadcasts,
Mr. Walter Oliver, sponsor, complimented and criticized the programs.
The club's broadcasts included special programs in keeping with various holidays and special days.
Officers for the first semester were as follows: Marilyn Jennison, president: Jo Ann Standefer,
secretary: Jack Gladwell, program chairman: and, for the second semester: Marguerite Ward, president;
Roberta Hollander, secretary: Peggy Veney, program chairman.


High School IWorkshop rehearses one of its imany enjoyable
radio scripts


In control this year were MAlarily 't IJennison, president; Jack
(;lodiell, vice-president: Jo Ann t* .-/. t secretary








I.,i,,din. lefti to right: Jack Gladwell, 3 1
\rla II ealIt rh, Dolores Johnson, Clen- n -
ent Aseron, Phvyllis Malson. Efigenia
Calvo, Mr. Frank Wilder. Bill Yierkes,
George Ford
Kieli,,. frid Collins. Harry Akers.
R, lI. m..irt. Gilbert Smith, John
I,',,.,,,, .,r,, Mellander, Roger
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Harry Hootman V
First row, 41riuc Ramon Morales, Dot
Taylor, Leslie Mortimer, Clay Lewis,
Maria Elena Jackson, Elsa Chang,
Eleanor Buel, Karl Mellander
Front row: Carol Posey, Joan Sharp,
Ann Edwards, Connie Price, Florence L
Cre ce I i us Anita Lombana, Louise
lio,,,id. Yolanda Diez, Florence Lao.
Edith Beauchamp and AIlan Bissell




Camera Club
Amateur photography was again encouraged in B.H.S. when the Camera Club organized under Mr. Frank
Wilder.
Under the leadership of Karl Mellander, president, Jack Gladwell, vice-president, and Louise
Roland, secretary, the shutterbugs strove to improve their technique through discussions, demonstrations,
and actual practice. The club sponsored school photography contests and arranged pleasing exhibits.
Jack Gladwell, president, Karl \lM ,lll l.(I, vice-president, and Clay Lewis, secretary, guided the
club through the last semester.


One of the many lectures on better photography dealt with
principles of modern color film


At the reins this year were Mr. Frank Wilder, sponsor; Karl
Mellander, president; Jack Gladwell, vice-president; Louise
Roland, secretary


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technicalities of radio to eager
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Radio Club


The Radio Club, which is sponsored by Mr. J. R. Clark,
chose the following as officers for the year: Jimmy Forbes,
president: Roger Kelley, secretary for the first semester and
Marvin Smith, secretary for the second semester.

Ciub activities included instruction on radio funda-
mentals from Billy Howe, and repair work on the P. A.
system which was used during the Fashion Show and
assemblies.

Members practiced international code by testing each
other on the oscillator, and prepared for examinations to
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At the helm this
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Forbes, presi-
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Kelley, secretary.


Bark row, left to ;.,li: Marvin Smith, Mr.
J. R. Clark, Jim Forbes. Middle row, left
to ri ht- Melvin Meyer. Charlie Holmes,
It,. A.l ','ry. Front row: Gus Mellander,
Joe Fuller, Karl Mellander and Jan Gee










One of the Art Club's project was
to display outstanding work of the
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Art Club


Although the Art Club is only a small group, much credit
is due the members for their many displays. Their colorful
posters advertised football games, Christmas and G.A.A.
dances and the pep assemblies.

At the head of this busy club was \1 i, Beatrice Gardner,
sponsor, and Gemma Wright, chairman.


Back row, left to right:
Miss Beatrice ;Gardner,
sponsor, Edwin .etendre,
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left to I Carol Brent-
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Bach, Margaret Newitt, J. R.
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The Chess and Checker Club, sponsored by Mr. E. W. Hatchett, is led by Jacob Cweiber, president, and
Jane Warden, secretary. The members met frequently to play chess and checkers among themselves.
In the Chess and Checker Tournament, open to all B.H.S. students, Jacob Cweiber won first place
in the checkers department, while Mercon Weeks captured the prize among the chess players.


Eugene and Mercon match their wits in a fast game of chess while
Jacob kibitzess"


Officers for the year were Jacob Cweiber, president; and Jane Warden,
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Back row, left to right: Mr. Walter
Fischer, Donald Boland, Harold
Barkley, Tom Peterson; front row:
Elias Entebi, Jack Clement


Philatelic Club

Under the guidance of Mr. Walter Fischer, sponsor, the members met to trade stamps and first day covers
and to discuss the latest news in the stamp world.

The philatelists, with the aid of other students, sent stamps to hospitalized veterans and arranged
an exhibit of valuable stamps.


Stamp Club members busily "swapping" stamps r


Leaders this year were Don Boland, president;
Tom Peterson, vice-president; and Jack Clement,
secretary-treasurer (not pictured)


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Mrs. Eugene, right, teaches future
stenographers the fundamentals of
shorthand, then gives speed tests in
which the student should be able to
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During the year the students in Mr.
Yankee's Metal Shop class, below, study
uses of tools and machinery,, elementary
shop practice, and simple metallurgy


Inside


Mrs. Misenheimer teaches future housewives
the art of ...1;i,.. They study nutrition,
budgeting, and household management


.1I). Hutchinson's American Problems class,
below, is an introduction to the study of ivics,
economics and sociology. It acquaints the
students with the manner in which our govern-
ment functions







Mr. Wilder's English 9 is a combined
literature and composition course. The
students study punctuation, capitaliza-
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Below uwe find Miss Pitcher introducing
her algebra students to the unknown
quantity "X"


Class


Wendell Spreadbury, the gladiator, was the
main feature of Miss Thomas' Roman Fashion
Show, produced by the Latin II class. The
students translate from Roman mythology,
from Pliny, Cicero, and Julius Caesar


Mli.s Brighanm's English 10 students, below,
continue the study of composition and gram-
imar begun in the ninth grade. During the
year they read essays, plays and novels






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November 21-and B.H.S. was in a flurry. Shirley Walsh, chairman of the committee for the first
football dance, was hurriedly completing all plans. The committee, composed of lIalglt Rathgeber,
'sm II) Smith, Barbara Curles, Bobbie Ann Robinson, Betty Newlin, Joyce Masters, Lois Baumbach,
and Carol Brentner, spent all morning decorating for one of the most talked-about dances of the year.
At 2 o'clock, the entire school was excused to witness the triumphant Bulldogs emerge victorious with
the Golden Anchor.
That evening, Queen Dolores 1 reigned over her subjects, with two beautiful Princesses, Lee
Hillnan and Mary Ellen Sykes. Captain Jack Ruoff escorted the Queen to her throne, while C.H.S.
Captain Larry Horine and C.Z.J.C. Captain Joe Ridge acted as escorts for the Princesses. Coach
Fawcett placed the crown on the Queen's head, then had the honor of dancing with her. The music
continued until 11 o'clock, when everyone left for home, dreamily thinking. "What a wonderful
evening!"
The members of Elks Lodge No 1414 arranged for B.H.S. to use the club facilities for one night
every other month. Credit is due to Mr. Robert Adams, chairman of the Activities Committee, and to
all the Elks who worked on his committee.





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1-A striking dress worn by Martha Zent-just
riglit for "bit" evenings. 2-An artist's inspira-
tion is Dorothy Dedeaux in this eye-catching red
and white evening gown. 3-Carol Lawrence.
ready to step out in her be-charming formal.
+-Quick to flatter is this gay dancing dress worn
by Efigenia Calvo. 5-Fu--hi.. r,., 1. is this smart
Sunday-go-to-meetin .I .. .. I- I I by SuaLitne


CHEZ ELOISE
Shutt. 6-"Glamour," spelled G-r a.e-e H-i-g-h.
the word for this dreamy dress of blue satin and
lace. 7-Ann Hess looks in fashion, in this
charming combination of velvet and taffeta.
8-Party atmosphere from teatime to twilight is
this lace and taffeta dress modeled by Rosie
Alvarado. 9-"Chic" describes this green and


white cotton afternoon dress worn by June
Fuller. 10-Standing outi in smart blui and
white striped cotton dress is Yvette Abadi.
11-"Two loves have we" for this taffeta dress
and matching accessories worn by Ann Edwards.
12-Most perfect, this dress of pink brocalde
worn by Yvette Homsany.


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pleasure in placing the crown upon the head of
lovely Mary Lea I. the seniors* choice for
Valentine Queen
Upper right: Mary Lea Azcarraga I. Queen of


VALENTINE DANCE

Hearts, reigns supreme at the annual Valentine
Formal
Lower left: Charming Mary Lea and her lucky
escort, Bill Carson, enter the ballroom through
the heartshaped archway


Lower right: The beauteous Queen and her
equally lovely court consisting of two represen-
tatives from each class, Joanne Western, Joan
Sprague. Joyce Engelke. Shirley Smith, Pat
Walker, and Coila Goodin


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1. Our Latin-American friends take time out
from merrymaking to pose for our "photogs."
2. The polleras and montunas worn by faculty
and students alike added gay Carnival atmos-
phere to the ballroom.


3. B.H.S. alumna, Berta Pena, and her escort, 5. Gladys Fonseca and Enrique Llopez look as
Ivan Garcia, led the procession of guests in though they could dance "el cumbio" all
colorful costumes- night.
4. -but Mary Lea Azearraga and Richard 6. Americans Henry Pi-i.'. r-* d Gloria Hall
Ostrea received the prize from Spanish went all out for -. i ir. .i dancing the
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1. (u0 Inauguration Dance went off with a big
".ang" for everyone. It was really fun.
wasn't it

2. The appearance of "Miss Alabama" at ouri
dance was the hit of the evening.


SWING AND SWAY

3. Mart really wants that mistletoe, George, so
jump!
L. B.H.S. alumni. Bill Edwards, and his date.
Geri Snodgrass, thought it was a "perfect"
evening.
5. Edna and Clyde "look at the birdie" while
John Vittrup glides in the background.


6. Hero of the evening, Coach Fawcett, and his
petite wife "stole the show" at the Football
Dance.

7. Our popular faculty was always on hand. We
hope they had as good a time as we did.


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1. The Elk's Club dance-scene of the first
coronation of a football queen of B.H.S.
2. The Juniors gave a positively swoonyy"
Christmas dance at the Hotel Tivoli.


THE B. H.S. WAY

3. The G.A.A. "Big Top" dance was definitely
one of the "big" events of the year.
4. It's easy to see that Herbie and Pat are en-
joying themselves at the Christmas formal.


5. Peggy and Moss really went all out for a
good time-which probably explains the
beautiful smile on Peg.
6. Mary Ellen and Jimmy cheesingg" in front
of that super-deluxe Christmas tree.


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FADS OF THE YEAR
Every school has its fads, and B.H.S. is no exception to the rule. Water guns, motor scooters, short hair, and loud socks and
shirts were only a few to be seen around B.H.S. during the past year. Of course the big fad of the year belonged exclusively
to the Senior Class, THE RING.
Although in the years to come we may wonder why we had some of these manias, at the time they seemed vital to us,
We have recorded in pictures a few of B.H.S.'s fads.
1. The motor scooter fiends of B.H.S. 3. The all-important ring. 6. White, black, or red. Two straps or one.


2. "Students will please leave their toys at
home." But it was fun while it lasted.


4. Camouflage, or just socks and shirts?
5. Wondering what to do with all of your
medals? Here's a good idea.


The gals went all-out for ankle-strap shoes.
7. Short hair caught on fast with the girls at
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