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MARGARET RYTER, gddo
4dide Ben Mastel
E. W. Hatchett
Marge Wiley /i2an e F. /awaaea
"The Man BAelhid T e Team"
We've dedicated our Zonian of '51 to you. Coach Fawcett, because
we thought it might. in some small way. thank you for the wonderful
things you've done for us.
You've taught our fighting Bulldogs, through hard dribinig. how
to work and win. You've made them realize how good clean sportsman-
ship ranks above all. You've been responsible for the school spirit that
has overwhelmed B.H.S. since your arrival and made us realize that a
victorious team is a well-supported team.
We came through victorious in basketball and track in our sopho-
more year. We took the football and track trophies in our junior year-
all with your leadership. In our senior year you initiated the unforgetta-
ble Miami-Jackson vs. Balboa football game. In that game your spirit
was behind the drive, fight and "work to win" attitude of the boys on
You've taught us it's wonderful to win. but it's even more wonderful
to have the spirit to win.
With this Zonian, the '51 Seniors say, "Thanks a million, Coach!"
9o"uQd . .
With our unforgettable days at B.H.S. in mind,
we present this Zonian to you with the hope that
you will enjoy reading it as much as we have
enjoyed compiling it.
As we reminisce, we remember the inaugura-
tion of officers at our long-awaited first dance
of the year. Then came football season with its
jolly train rides, the loud cheering in the halls.
the pep rallies with such overwhelming spirit, and
at night the thrill of watching our boys play with
so much "fight" and determination that it was
enough to bring tears to our eyes-and usually
did. The next day we found ourselves searching
the paper to see what was said about our beloved
Bulldogs. The biggest event that ever came to
B.H.S.. the MIiami-Jac. k-in gal e. lived uI ti .. ui ,
UII Inue \t IdJ h Uad ur li.3ppl illnlnlliill Hilh
pul(,I hul during th,-.,c une reniful i,-ek- wr
loked t ho better da l.. I..i.ir,. Then -iant- the
driving onuite. nhich ended tilth high hipei- l.i
thal liren-e. The iie\t highlightl- %er, the "SiiLg.
ing Valentines" anid the BR.IH.. pIr-l.iur lImi1 II
"l.ad\ in the Dark." which rivaled lr.iadt a\.
N,,t ad ,,ur \ da, i t,~er. %i-. ll,- -,riiii ijlk '
up ltihe -laPt- tin reei'P e that q certain Iiel V -4I |I dlrl 4 f/
that ha mieant Iiur nintniIrable reai-. \le lI-a
B.H.S. %tilh the ,i-hI that all ,ur fulure ialj "ill
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BALBOA HIGH, DO OR DIE!
YOU'RE THE SCHOOL
THAT WE ALL LOVE THE BEST ..mmeman
Not just a building underneath a tropical sun,
nor lawns enclosing a man-made structure,
but a symbol of the times we loved---
B. H. S. with its well-kept shrubs, stately walls, I1
and quiet serene beauty.
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"0, Wat 4 B eaatiafd Mosnia"
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"The Cw of 4 Pefecdt bay?"
C. F. Anderson
Kansas State Teach-
ers College, M.S.
University of South-
THE. F. HOT Principal Ohio S .A.
THEO. F. HOTZ, Principal, Ohio State. -M.A.
Claude M. Aycock
Major Wayne L. Bart Hallie Beavers
Military Science and Plane Geometry
Tactics Duke, M.A.
U. S. Military Aca-
Albert A. Bleifuss
University of Illi-
n-ie R q
Neil V. Branstetter
Mary S. Brigham
Alice E. Candee
Columbia, B.S., M.A.
Katharine 1. Clark
New York Univers
J. Richard Clark
New York Univers-
ity, B.S., M.A.
Mrs. Marion Courville
Betty L. Dahlem
(olorado State, A.B.
Mrs. Mary B. Eugene
New York Univers-
itV M A
Mrs. Barbara West John C. Fawcett
Physical Ed. Physical Ed.
University of Ne- University of Red-
braska, B.S. lands, B.A.
Walter 0. Fischer
Columbia, M A.
Columbia, B.S., M.A.
James B. Gartside
1st Lt. Ray M. Golden Mrs. Frances K.
R. 0. T. C. Graham
Texas A. and M. Mathematics
Edward W. Hatchett
Linda C. Appin
Katherine E. Jessup
M/Sgt. Spencer E.
Cecil L. Munden
University of Wis-
Natalie K. Johnson
Duke, A.B., M.A.
Colorado State, M.A.
Walter 0. Oliver
Taylor College, B.A.
Lorraine A. Juvet
M/Sgt. Kendall B.
Mrs. Gertrude B.
Ken C. Krogh
University of Ne-
Roger D. Michel
Colorado State, M.A.
Edwin M. Piper
U. of Southern Cali-
fornia, B.A., M.A.
George 0. Lee
Robert W. Likins
San Jose State, AB.
Elmer E. Powell
Science, Shop Math
University of Colo-
Frank A. Sawyer Vivian Simmons Ellen L. Thomas Subert Turbyfill Allen B. Ward
Speech, English Commercial Latin, English English Spanish
Columbia, M.A. Northwestern Uni- Columbia, M.A. University of Okla. University of Ne
versity homa, M.A. braska, M.A.
Miss Dorothy Potter
ana Institute, B.S.
Miss Margaret Ward
University of Ne-
Marie C. Weir
Margaret V. Whitman
M/Sgt. George F. Wood
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M/Sgt. Henry F.
William E. Zemer, Jr.
Ohio State, B.S.
Harold J. Zierten
Mechanic DO .i;,
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The Wonders of "51"
MR. "ZIP" ZIERTEN
Senior Class Adviser
The 1. i7. o6 ie SZa eipp oj
It seems like just yesterday when we, the seniors,
entered as lowly freshmen, to become the Wonders
of '51, in just four, fully-packed, unforgettable years
of work and fun. Sailing through our elections, Kay
Babbs took the honors as president, Marvin Smith
as vice-president, and Deon Nielson as secretary.
B.H.S. was convinced that the "frisky freshmen"
were off to a snappy start.
In our sophomore year we began picking up
speed as we outdid all other classes with our Sadie
Hawkins Dance and had the time of our lives at our
soph party and picnic. We were ready to go ahead
as upperclassmen, to tackle all the responsibilities
and do all that was expected of us. Taking over as
president was Gayle MacDonald. with Frances
Dwyer as vice-president and Clay Lewis as secretary.
Nearing the top of the ladder in our junior year,
we captured the spirit of B.II.S., which was at its
Valentine Dance Committee
Left to right: Arlene McKeown, Bill Joyce. Celeste Powell,
Louis Celerier, Frances Dwyer, Terry Ford
height. Patt Walker and her hard-working Christ-
mas Dance committee proudly showed off our ability
as workers, at one of the most successful dances of
the year. We all worked together with our "super"
officers-Frank Mayo, president, Jay Troup, vice-
president, and Annette Godby, secretary-to make
our junior year a never-to-be-forgotten one. Long
will we remember the "butterflies" we all had when
we received the class rings which Arlene McKeown,
our chairman, proudly presented to us, and we
couldn't wait to show them off. The theme Terry
Ford and his committee chose for our impressive
Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom, symbolized gradu-
ation, and left with the class of '50 a deep feeling
of pride and appreciation.
We all looked forward to returning to school as
seniors. At last we had reached the top and the other
years seemed to have whizzed by. We'll never for-
Senior Picture Committee
Left to right: Ramon Morales, Barbara Jones, Rene Feuille,
Nljrllan Flynn, Roger Kelley
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Senior Class Officers
Back row, left to right: Mr. Zierton, Senior Adviser; Ramon
Morales, S.A. Representative; Don Connor, vice-president;
Carl Posey, S.A. Alternate. Front row: Celeste Powell,
S.A. Alternate; Marilyn Flynn, secretary; Arlene McKeown,
Cards and Announcements Committee
Left to right: Sara Sokol, Annette C.ll,~. Fl... n,.e Lao,
Terry Ford, David Albritton, la-.I ll jrlrlll.r
........... Jc4t al 9 a /Wo edju l feai.
get the laughs and fun at the games, the "terrific"
dances, the two best plays which were produced in
our senior year-the dramatic "Our Town" and the
musical hit, "Lady in the Dark," in which Gayle
MacDonald, our star singer, played the lead-the
clubhouse after school: and above all we could never
forget the teachers and the friends. Mr. Zierten was
a teacher and a friend both, to all of us. He was a
pal when we needed one. He also made us realize
that we were no longer "kids," but were growing
up and had to act and think accordingly. Although
we have lost many of our friends who have gone to
the States, we know that there is a bond between
them and B.H.S. which will never be broken.
In the way of a new treat we were on hand for the
First Annual Isthmian Bowl, when B.H.S. played
Miami-Jackson High. This was an event that none
of us would miss! Our plans were being carried
Cap and Gown Committee
Left to right: Cesar Salamina, Don Francey, Merry Mallan.
Leland Brooks, Joan Sprague
out for the Valentine Dance, and we hoped it would
live up to the standards we had set the years before.
The juniors showed their appreciation to us at
our last real big event, when they gave to us the most
beautiful and thrilling time anybody could have,
at their Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. Memories
of this colossal night will never die. Our eyes
dimmed with tears as we realized that all the four
years of fun and friendship were finally coming to
an end. Our senior party was more fun than can be
imagined, and we knew it would be one of our last
We are looking with pride to the day when we
receive our diplomas for which we labored so hard,
but there will be mixed with that joy a sorrow. We
realize that on that long-looked-for day the family,
which has for four years been so closely united.
must he broken, perhaps never again to be reunited.
Senior Week Committee
Left to right: Louise Glud, Joan Van Vliet, Frank Mayo,
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DAVID LEE ALBRITTON "Dave"
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Another one of those all-around Albrittons . friendly
manner and personality plus
"Go West, Young Man" 3; "Our Town 4; "Saved by the B-lle 3;
Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; Jr. Ring Comin. 3; Cards and Announce
mlents 4; "Zon;an" Bus. Mar.
BETTY ANN ALLEN
Ancon. Canal Zonr
Betty's friendliness, gaiety and sweet personality hare iwon
her man-y friends
Producing. "Our Town" 4; VB 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2. 3, All-Stars 4;
Chorus 2. 3; Pep Squad 3. 4; Sports Award; Jr. Rinzs; Girls State
City Health Officer
ROSARIO ALVARADO "Rosie,"
Panama. R. dv P.
A "sharpie" on the gym floor . friendly and helpful
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4. Secy. 2; Ref. Chb. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Squad 1, 3. 4; Sports Award 1, 2, 3; Fashion Show 2. 3; Usher 3;
VB 1, 2, 3. 4; BkB 1. 2. 3, 4; SB 1, 2. :3
MARIA TERESA ARANGO "'-Ter,.
Panama. R. dle P.
A quiet and sedate buhndle of charm . adorable dimples
Art Award 1; Fashion Show 3, 4, St. Clara Academy, Wisconsin
ADILIA ESTER ARAUZ "Lia"
Panama City, R. dIe P.
A likable senorita . neat as a pin
plan, Cb. 4; Music C(b. 3, 4; Volleyball 4.
Private Gregg Schoo,.
JORGE I. BARNETT, JR. "George"
Panama, R. de P.
Latin goo loos . polite and friendly
Stag:ng 4; Span. Clh. 3. 4; Camera Clb. 1; WP 3, 4; FB 4; Pro.
during 4. St. Mary's High School. Californ a
CECILIA BAVERSTOCK "Cissy"
Ancon. (.. Z.
A studios blonde always with time to laugh ... nice to
Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet; Ir. Anthology
SANDRA BEAUCHAMP "Sandy"
"Sugar 'n spice and everything nice" describes Sandy with
her winning smile and sweet disposition
Chaplain 2; Activity Council 2; Student Council 3; "Tattler" 3;
"Parrakeet" 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, Secy. 3; Varsity VB 2, 3; Varsity SB 3;
Soccer 2, 3; Jr. Varsity BkB 3; Choir 2, 3; Chorus 4; Cheerleader
3; Pep Squad 4; Lab. Asst. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comnu. 2, 3. Trinidad
High School, Colorado; Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, Maryland
RICHARD L. BECKTELL "Richie"
narejree and unpredictable . Richie has led the girls a
merry chase . plenty of eye appeal
l.etternian's Clh. 3, 4; Track Varsity 3. 4; Sports Award 3. Coeur
I' Alrne High School. Montana
LIBBY ANN BLITCH "Libby"
Sedate and composed ... her light hair matches her light-
Secy. 1; Dramatic Clb. 2; "Zonian" Ad Seller 4; Music Clb. 4;
BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; VB 4; Glee Clh. 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 4; Office
Asst. 1, 2,' ,; Christmas Dance 3. George Washington High, Wash-
ington, 1. C.; Leon High School, Tallahassee, Florida
MARGUERITE Y. BOUCHE "Pete"
\ncon. Canal Zone
A girl who will do her job and do it well. Whenever you
hear that certain laugh, you know "Pete's" around
VB 1, 2. 4; BkB 1, 4; SB 2; Pep Squad 2; Sports Award 2;
.Ir. Sr. Banq. 3; Jr. Anthology 3; Coun. Asst. 4
DORIS BRADLEY "Dorie"
A street person who is worth knowing . well liked by
everyone ... sensational smile
Vice Pres. 1, Secy. 2; BkB 1; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Pep Squad 4; Class
Picnic Comni, 1; Producing 4. Sand Hill High School, N. C.;
Academia del Perpetuo Socorro, Puerto Rico
MARIA ELENA BRASSFIELD *Mami" l
Panama, R. de P. CELERIER
Her frequent laugh and her Spanish eyes tell of Maria's
moany enthusiastic interests
Span. CI L3 .4; Art Clh. 1; Musc CIb 4; VB l2. 3 ; BkB 1 2, 3. 4;
SB 1, 3; Music Pro. ram 4; Chorus 1, 2. 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4;
Fashion Show 3, 4; Carinival I)ance Coimml 3; lsher 3
A boys whose spirit has been a great asset to B.H.S. "
Stag. 1; Letterman's CIb. 4; Chess-Check. CI 3,; Biol. Clb. 2; FB 2.,
3, Var. 4; BB 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4; WP 2, 3; Trk. 3, Var. 4; SB 2,
3, 4; Bd. 1, 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 3; Spts. Awd. 3; Music
Awd.; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Soph. Pie. Comm.; Cap-Gown Comm. 4; Elks
Chb. Dance Comm. 2; Rifle Team 2; Drill Team 3; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4
EDWARD HUGHES BROWDER "Ed"
Panama, R. de P.
Brains plus friendliness ... a "whiz" on the tennis court
H.R. Alt. 1; Fresh. Play; U.N. Clb. 4; Chem. (7lb. 4; Chess-Check "
Clb. 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; Tennis 3, 4; FB 1, 2; SB 1; Band COE
1, 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho, 4; R.O.T.C. Awd. 2, 3; R.O.T(. "
Maj. 4; R.O.T.C. Drill Teanm 3. 4; R.O.T.C. Rifle Teari 3; Jr. Anth '
3; Fash. Show Orch 1. 2, 3, 4; Muic ('lb. l'rog. 3, 4
Alwa s a helping hand at the right time
"Zonian" 4; Music CIb. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 3, 4; Off. AsOl. 3
MIGUEL A. BURSET "Mik," COLE
un,a3. 3-.. Puerto Rico
That athletic, good-natured fellow
"Parrakeet" 4; Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; SW 2. 3, 4; "B League FB 2
GEORGE L. CAPWELL, JR. "Spiky" CONNOR
A happy-go-lucky, talkative boy with a sparkle in his ey ies
Span. Clb. 4; FB 1, 2. 3, 4: AllStars 2; BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 4;
WP 1, 2; All-Stars 1; SB 3; Baton Twirler 4; "Zonian" Adv. 4;
FB Ticket Capt 4; Usher 4
LOUIS R. CELERIER "Loui
Panama, R. de P'.
An ambitious anid hard-working felnow
IJr. Sr. Banquet CoLmm. 3; FB Dance 4; Val. Dance 4; 1R.OTC
BRASSFIELD Rifle Team 3; R.O.T C. Drill Team 3, 4; R1O T.C. Dance 3
A fellow who's tops in every way
FIB 4, Varsity 4; Span CIb. 3, 4; UN. 3 Liceo Scientifico
BROOKS Cscirno, Italy
a EDWARD "Buster f
Agreea K a occasion d easy-going
FB AllS .. .11, Footb mal Comnn 3
BROWDER EDMU COE "'EMi k ,!
THOMAS B. CRAWFORD "'Tommy"
pl''r I .,I rI I S. outlh Larolina
A quiet chap until you know him ...
then Hlear the decks jor action
Football 3, 4
CARLOS M. DE LA OSSA S. "Anatole" FINLEY
Panama, R. dle P.
Our amiable and talented neighbor from across the border
Dramatics 2; Span. Clh. 4; FB 4; BB 2, 4; Soccer 2; Band 2; Jr.
Antholoigy 3; Musii CIh. Program 4; R (.T.C. Rifle Team 4, Drill
Team 4. LaSalle, Panama City
MARY LOU DIVNEY
Naturally nice . Fciininity is her password to her FISK
)Dom nican High School, New Orilan, O.;
FRANCES JEANNE DWYER "Fran"
Colon, R. de P.
B.H.S.'s tiny bundle of T.N.T. M. E. FLYNN
Vice-Pres '2; Acting 1, 3; "Zon." 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Music Clb. 2;
N.H.S. 4; Stag. 3; Direct. 3; Clo. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 3;
Chridr 4; Spts. Awd. 1, 2, 3; All-Star Awd. 1, 2, 3; S.H Dance;
Soph. Party; Soph. Picnic; Jr. Sr. Eani. Chair.; Val. Dance; Fresh.
Part ; Music Prog 4; H.R. Rep. 2; G A.A Dance 2, 3. 4; L.T. 3;
Usher 3; Police Chief, (GIs. St.; VB *1, "2. *4; BkB 1 2, ,*3;
SB *1, *2, *3
ANN RUSSELL EDWARDS M. L. FLYNN
Panama, R. de P.
Fashion wiise ... expressive ec's . s.niling and graceful
Dramatics 3; Arl Seller 4; VB 2, 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; Lib. Asst.
2, 3, 4; Office Asst. 4; Fashion Slhow 2, 3, 4; Cla s Picnic 1
ELIAS ENTEBI "EliFRD
Panama, R. de P.
Always sociable with a beaming grin for all
Stamp lb. 2; Span. Clb. 3; Chem. Clh. 3; Track Varsity 1; FB
2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4; SB 2, 3, 4; Span. Dance Comm. 3
RENE P. FEUILLE "Ne"
Brooklyn, New York
A boy who really puts his heart into everything he does
CRAWFORD "Prkt." 2; Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3; Bus. Mgr. 4; Cho. 2; Si. Pic. Commn. 4
ROBERT B. FINLEY "Bob"
San Antonio. Texas
Texas loss was B.H.S.'s gain
"Parrakeet" 4; FB Varsity 4; Lah, Asst, 4; Bowling 2, 3; Skiing
DE LA OSSA 2, 3. East High School, Denver, Colorado
JOHN AUGUST FISK "Jack"
Quiet and friendly . a cheerlal greeting for all
Cam. Clb, 1; Lib. Asst 1. 1. Cristobal High School
MARGUERITE ELLEN FLYNN "Babe"
Ancon. Canal Zone
DIVNEY Eyes that twinkle ... a contagious laugh
H.R. Rep. Alt. 3, 4; Dram. 1; Prod. 1, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secy. 4;
VB 1, *2, 3, 4; BkB 1, *2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3; Pep
Sqd. 2, 3; Off. Asst. 4; Spts. Awd. 2, 3; Class Picnic 1; G.A.A.
Dance Commn. 3, 4, GIs. St., Mayor 3
DWYER MARILYN LOUIS FLYNN "Sissy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A lovable personality and outstanding sports-ability
Class Secy. 4; Prod. 2, 3, 4; Stag. 2, 3; "Zon." 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4;
Vice-Pres. 4; VB 1, *2, *3, 4; BkB *1, *2, 3, 4; SB *1, *2, *3;
Orch. 1, '2, 3, 4; Chon ', 3; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 3; Off. Asst. 3, 4; Spts.
Awds, 1, 2, 3; All-St. Awd. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banqg. 3; Pic. Commn. 4; Class
Picnic 2; G.A.A. Dance 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. Banq, 2, 3; GIs. St., Sen. 3
EDWARDS TERENCE G. FORD "Terry"
Panama City, R. de P.
A senior who really makes work a pleasure
S.A. Alt. 2; S.A. Rep. 3; Class Pres. 4; Drain. 1, 2, 3, 4; "Prkt."
Assoc. Ed. 4; B.H.S. Wrkshp. 1, 2; U.N. Clb. 3; Cho. 1, 2; Chem.
ENTEBI Asst. 3; DAR. Hist. Awd. 3; Class Party 2; Jr. Rings; Jr.-Sr. Bang.
SI rChair. 3; Pic. Com. 4; Val. Dance Co. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Ten. 3; FB 3, 4
DONALD N. FRANCEY "Don"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
Added to the girls' list of "looks" .. .beaming personality
.. Don's somebody to know
Chorus 1, 2; Cap and Gown Con m. 4; Jr. Dance Conmm. 3; FB
1, 2, 3, 4; BB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1. 2, 3; Jr. Anthology
BEVERLY FULLMAN "Bev"
Always with a sparkling grin . the girl with
a hearty "hello" for all
Camera Club 1; Pep Squal 1 ; Fashion Show 2. 3
RAYMOND W. GARGUS "Ray"
Fort Monroe, Virginia
The ambling, carefree Yirginian
R.O.T.C 2, 3, 4
MAYRA E. GARRIDO
Panama, R. de P.
Always with a gleaming grin . pleasant and app"a'ing
Span. Clb. 1; Library Asst. 1; Volleyball 4
KEN GARRISON, JR. "Cudd'es"
Flushing, Long Island, New York
His appeal, "corny" cracks, romantic and superb person-
ality make him impressive with all
Vice-Pres. 2; Dramatic Clb. 2; FB 2, 3, 4; Varsity 4; BB 2, 3;
Soccer 2, 3; BkB 3; Chorus 4. Wiccmico High School, Salisbury,
Maryland; Newtown High School, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y.
LOUISE ANTOINETTE GLUD "Toni"
Determined and sophisticated .. she's got what it takes
... a classmate who's tops
H.R. Rep. Alt. 2, 3; i .-in: I; "Parrakeet" 3. 4. Editor 4; G.A.A
3, 4; VB 1. 2, 3, 4, \il 'ir.. 3; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3; SB
1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4;
Sports Award 1, 2; N.S.P.A. Award 3; G.A.A. Dance 4; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Sr. Week Coinun. 4; Soph. Picnic Comm.;
Christmas Dance 3
ANNETTE GODBY "Nettie"
Her sweet and lovely features r'!.'. i
her l,,;,it and sunny disposition
H.R. 2; :i Secy. 3; S.A. Secy. 4; Producing 3; "Zonian" 4; Jr.
\..ii..i,,:. 3; Cam. Clb. 1; Biol. Clb. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4, Secy. 4; VB
1, : ', 4, All-Stars 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3;
Pep Squad 2, 3; Sports Award 1, 2, 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm.
2 ; Class Party 2; Jr. Sr. Banquet 3; Cards and An. Conmm. Chair. 4;
Jr. Ring Comm.; Inaug. Dance Comm. 4; Girls State, Gov. 3; Val.
Court 3; Jamboree Queen 4; Ad Selling 4; Grad. Marshal 3; Dra-
matics 2; BkB All-Stars 4; G.A.A. 4
SUSANNE HAMMERSCHLAG Susie"
A sincere, intellectual miss .. a credit to B..S ....
Susie has a gay attitude toward life
Cam. Clb. 1, 2; Chem. Clhb 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB
1. 2; Lib. Asst 1. 2; Ofice A,st. 4; Jr. Anthology 3; Counselor
JOHN N. GORHAM "Nick"
.1,',,c man-around-school . sincere . the guys say
I I . the girls just drool
Track 3; Varsity 3; FB 2, 3, 4; BB 2, 3; BkB 2; WP 2: Sadli
Hawkins Dance Comm.; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4
ALFRED JAMES GRAHAM "Al"
Brooklyn, New York
"Lanky" is the word for Al . poker-laced humor .
and can he p'ay a mean trumpet!
Dramat cs 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Music Award 2; Christ
inas Dance 3; Inauguration Dance Comm. 4; WP 3; FB 1;
R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4
New York, New York
Fun-loving personality . friendly manner ...
a welcome newcomer to B.H.S.
Music Clb. 4; Spanish Cb. 4
CARLOS GRIFO "Papi"
Ancon, Canal Zone
4 likable fellow with a friendly smile
Span. Clb. 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; "B" Award 1, 2. 3; Baseball; Foot
ball; Water Polo; Basketball
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BASIL HARRINGTON "Baz"
A pleasant personality . always willing to
exert himself to help a friend
Lab. Asst. 4; Christmas Dance 3; Sr. Cards and Announcements 4;
Inauguration Dance 4; FB 2, 3. 4; BB 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3; BkB 3. 4;
WP 2, 3, 4
LOUISE HARRIS "Louim*"
Aneon. Canal Zone
Laughable and light . "Sweet" suits Louise to a "T"
Library Asst.; Fashion Show 3; Clinic Aide 1, 2; Girl, State.
City Secy. 3
RICHARD C. HARRIS "D)ixie"
Inexhaustible humor . neter a quiet moment
with "Professor" Harris around
"Soft-boiled Egg" 2 ; "Saved by the Belle" 3; Chorus 1
BRUCE JOHN HEARN "Bruce"
St. Louis, Missouri
A winning personality . an inseparable
pair are he and his motorscooter
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team. Pipkin High School, Springfield. Mo.
LETICIA HELLWIG "Le'tit"
Santa Marta, Colombia
Her many virtues make her a girl who holds
your eye and interest for a long time
Span. Clb. 2, 3. 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1; SNwm. 1; BkB 3; Chorue
3. 4; Fashion Show 3. Cristohal High School
WILLIAM H. HENDERSON "Bill"
Long Island. New York
Not much to sa), but with one word you know he is a
likable guy . another scooter enthusiast
Swimming Team 3. 4; WP 1 2. 4; BB 1
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GLORIA P. HOLLAND "Glo"
Serene and placid manner ... friendly smile .
B.H.S. is proud to claim this sweet girl
Speech Program 2; Chorus 2. Callahan High School, Callahan, Fla.
I a-lm;.h.,. D. C.
The "Ty" Power of B.H.S .. when Ralph walked into
B.H.S., he walked into our hearts as well
"Zonian" 4; Letternan's CIb. 4; Varsity FB 4; FB Letter 4.
Washington and Lee, Arlington, Virginia
BRISEIDA JACINTO FUENTES "Bris"
Panama, R. de P.
A demure little girl with a captivating smile . .
always ready to work
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; .N. Clb. 3, 4; Cami. Clb. 2, 3, 4;
Chemn. Ch. 4; Music Appr. Clb. 4; VB 1, 4; BkB 1, 4; SB 1;
Chorus ; Pep s.,i;i .1 2, 4; Lib. Asst. 2; Fashion Show 3; Adv.
Comm. 4; Music I II Program 4; Usher 3; Speech Programi 3
HOWARD DOUGLAS JACKSON "Skip"
Hempstead. Long Island, New York
A voci erous pal in and out of school
FB Varsity 3; FB 1, 2. 4; WP 1; BkB 1, 2. 3; BB 1, 2, 3;
Attendance Award I ; Manager FB and BkB 2 ; Broadcasting Clb. 1, 2
Panama. R. de P.
Our pretty dark-haired miss .
a real credit to her friends
Span. Clb. 2, 3, 4; Cam. Clb. 2; Philatelic Clb. 4; Music Clb. 3, 4;
Referees Clb. 4; VB 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4; SB 3; Pep Squad 3, 4;
Office Asst. 4; Fashion Show 3, 4; Span. Dance Comm. 3; Band 1.
Coleg o Internacional de Maria Inmmaculada
PAUL J. JAMESSON
Kansas City. Missouri
Our hurdle star . witty . always ready for a good time
.. B.H.S. would be lost without him
S.A. Rep. 1; Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; FB All-Stars 1, 2; FB Varsity
3, 4; Track All Stars 1. 2; Track Varsity 3, 4; Band and Orch.
1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; BkB 1. 2. 3, 4; BB 1, 2, 3, 4; WP 1, 2, 3, 4.
Crstlobal Hiah School
JULIO E. JIMENEZ "J. J."
Panama, R. de P. KARST
The Latin amigo within our portals
Span. Clb. 3 4; Chorus 1, 2; FB 4; BkB I ; Soccer 1. La Salle.
Panama; Saint Aloysias, New Orleans
RICHARD A. JOHNSON *'Dick"
Baltinmore. Maryland KELLEY
Our gridiron hero . competition in any sport
Letterman's Clh. 3, 4; FB Varsity 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3. 4; BB .
1, 2, 4. Sequoia Union Hieh School, Californiai I
Constant flashy remarks and colossal athletic ability
FB 4; BB 4; Gymnastics 1. 2, 3; .etteriran's Clh. 4. Sequoia KELLY
Union High School, California
JOYCE ANN JOHNSON
Vitality and team spirit belong to Joyc e
Dramatics 4 P. ...Ir,.: 4; Ad Seller 4; G.A.A. 3, 4,; Cam. Clb. 3; KLOTZ
Biol. 3, 4; h .I... t it. 4: BkB 1, 2, 3, 4, All Stars 3; SB 1, 3, 4,
All-Stars 3; Chorus 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sports Award 3; FB Dance
Comm. 4; VB 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2; Archery 1, 2; Clinic Aide 3;
Music Clb. 4; Girls State. Senator 3. Woodrow Wilson High. Wash
ineton, D. C.
BARBARA LUCILLE JONES "Barb"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Mischievous eyes and a captivating grin KOUPPERMANN
"Zonian" 4; VB 1, 3, 4; SB 1, 3, 4; BkB 1, 3, 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4;
Sports Award 3; Christmas Dance 3; Pic. Cn.on 4; FB Dance m
Commn. 4; Football Queen 4; Jr. Anthology 3; Usher 3, 4; Girls
State, Chief of Police 3
WILLIAM JOYCE "Bill" KNIGHT
Ancon, Canal Zone
Magic feet . good looks . a friendly smile for all
BkB 2; FB 2; WP 2; Christnias Dance 3; Sports Award 3; Rifle
Team 3, 4; Batt. Adjutant 4
ZOE ANN KARST "'Zoe"
Iln.I l iihal, Washinglton
li,,v,,,i ltr; hair and drearnm brown eyes
"Zonian" Ad%\ 4; Biol. Clb. 2; Chiorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 4;
JIMENEZ Off. Asst. 4; Soph. Party; Jr., Sr Banquet; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 3;
SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Clinic Aid 3; Usher 3; StaMing 4
ROGER L. KELLEY "Rog"
Poughkeepsie, New York
A natural leader . always oni the go
R. JOHNSON HI.R. Rep. 3; H.R. Alt. 2, 4; Biol. Clb. Press. 3; Pres.
4; Radio Clb. 1, S2, Serc 2, Pies. 3; 14; Chenim. Clb. 4,
Pres.; C ea ,ci v; N.H.S. 3, &,Are ; FB 1, 2, 3, 4;
BkB 1, 2, 3; '. T:mn 3, -I. 1* 11 Team 3, 4;
Lab. Asst. 1 1.oI. Key 2, 1 aIrd 4; Class
Picnic 1, 2 .. I 3; Sr. 4. ; Jr.Sr.
SBan.q 3; O. 'aa ;et. Major 4
MARY ELLEN Y "El"
J. JOHNSON T, .ii, i~, perst ality ith lo ga ng
"1', .. Squa 4; 1 er ; ; S Anthony's,
Ga.; Acad a erp u Sor ue
DANIE S K an
Gatu al Zone
JOYCE JOHNSON Cas
Track sit 2, z 41 3, 1, 3, PaSsaic
Valley gh; 11 oul
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hatve ma ing to ien
Eusic Cib. 2; 1 Cal
JONES 4, Tre SBi
HELEN JOANNE KRIDLE
Latrobe, P' iin-. i.,u MacDONALD
Our "Powers Model"-known for her sunny
disposition andl an ever-present smile
"Parrakeet" Ad-sellin 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Off
Asst. 4; Fashion Iow 2, 3; VBi 1, 2, 4; Girls State, Mayor 3;
Staging 4; Usher 3
BARBARA ANN LADD r" MAGUIRE
Cleveland, Ohio .
Laughing eyes, dancing feet make a gal who can't be beat 'S
Dramn. 1; Prod. 3; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1. 2. 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3; Cho.
1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Sqd. 2, 3; Lib. Asst. 1; Off. Asst. 4; Ximas Dance
Coun. 3; Inaug. Dance 4; S.. Dance 2; GIs. St., Atty. Gen. 3;
Orph. Comm. 2, 4; H.R. Rep. 2. 3, 4; Jr. Anth. 3; Sr. Week 4;
Usher 2, 3, 4
FLORENCE LAO MALLAN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Beauty plus brains make this little lass an asset to B.H.S.
Span. Clb. 2, 3, 4; Music Clb 3; Biol CII. Secy.-Treas. 4; Cheil.
Clb. Secy.-Treas 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 2; Vocation Speech PTA 4;
Cards and Ann. 4; Clinic Aide 2, 4; N.H.S. 4 MAYO
VINCENT LEAVER "Vin"
Colon, R. de P.
E.sy-going manner . winning ways ... .
he's rated high with all .. "easy on the et es
FB *1, *2, 3,4;Var. Swim. 1,3,4; Var. WP 3, 4; Mgr. Swin. Tm,. 4
ELITA J. LEE "Elly"
Colon. R. de P. McCARTY
Sparkling smile ... warm personality .
she has won the heart of many B.H.S.'ers
Chorus 1 ; Fashion show 2; Music Prol.; Span. Pro1. Academy of
MERCEDES LORA A. "Mercc" McCLOUD
Panama, R. de P.
Petite . ;', ..i let not her
ability be judged by her size
Span. Clb. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4 i
GAYLE MacDONALD "Roja"
Ancon. Canal Zone
A 'it.., .. streak of bubbling vitality
Class Pres. 2; Acting 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; VB 1, 2, *3, *4; Co Capt.
KRIDLE 4; BkB *1, '2 *3; Softball 1, 2, *3; Dir. 1, 2, 3; Stag, 1, 3; Sp.
Pro 3; Band 2, 3; Cho, 1. 2. 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 3; Chrllr. 4;
Spts. Awd. 1, 2, 4; Class Part 2; Class Picnic 1, 2; S.H. 2; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. 3; Val. Ct. 1, 3; Ftball. Ct. 4; Bat. Spon. 4; Grad, Usher 3;
Jr. Anth. 3; Adv., "Prkt" 3
LADD RICHARD C. MAGUIRE "Dick"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Irish temper and Irish humor give hint a hard to beat score
-. .- H.R. Rep, 2, 3; S.A. Rep. 3; FB 1. 2, 3; SB 1, 2; BkB 3; Water
i tu Polo 1, -2, 3; All-Stars 1, 2; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 3, 4; Cadet Capt.
4; Supplly Officer 4
MERRY STUART MALLAN "Mallo"
Washington, D. C.
LDiving is her specialty
SI CLAO lass V.P. 3; Adv. 4; V P. G.A.A 3; BkB *1, *2, *3, 4; Hockey
All Stars 1, 2, 3; VB All-Stars 1, 2, 3; Sw. Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho.
1, 2, 3, 4; Chridr. 2, 3; Pep Sqd. 4; Spts, Awd. 3; Sr. Wk. Comnt.
4; Calt-Gon Coiim,. 4; FB Dance Coimm. 4; Usher 4. Central
1H. S., Brownell Hall, Omaha
LEAVER FRANK L. MAYO "Frank"
Our wonderful S.A. Prexy
S.A. Rep. 2; Class Pres. 3; S.A. Pres. 4; SB All-Stars 2; Spts. Awd.;
6 Inaug. Dance 4; Xmas For. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq.; Soph Party; Frosh
Party; Soph Picnic; R. (T.C. Batt. Corn. 4; Driill Master 3, 4
FLORENCE M. McCARTY "Flo"
Ancon. Canal Zone
iLEE oiiacious iiand cute as a dimple
S"Zontan" 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Sports Award 2; Freshmlan Party;
Sadie Hawkins Dance; Jr.-Sr. Banquet; Clinic Aid 3; Usher 4;
"Parrakeet" Adv. 3; "Zonian" Adv. 4; Soph. Party
BARBARA McCLOUD "Bobbie"
LORA San l)iego, California
Sti,'.'r,,, i,,personality with magnetic charm
,.: I'. I 4; Ment, Day Speech Prog. 3; Lib, Asst. 3. E. II.
MORALES MORLEY MORTON NEABREY D. NECKAR P. NECKAR
ARLENE MARIAN McKEOWN "Ar"
Hempstead, Long Island, New York
A smile that "gets you" . a constant glimpse of dimples
.. a pocketful of fun . this sums up Arlene
S.A. Rep. 2 ,4; Dram. 1, 2, 3; Stag. 1, 2, 3; Dir. 1, 2, 3; "Zon." 4;
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Biol. Clb. 2; VB 1, 2, *3, 4; BkB 1, *2, 3, 4; SB
*1, *2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 2, 3, 4; Off. Asst. 4; Spts.
Awd. 1, 2, 3; Attend., Drama Awds. 1; Class Picnic 1, 2; S.H. Dance
Chair. 2; Jr. Rings Chair. 3; Xmas Dance 3; Val. Dance 4; GIs. St.,
Secy. of Sta. 3; H.R. Rep. 2, 3, 4; Music Clb. Prog. 3; Spon.
R.O.T.C. 4; L.T. 1, 2, 3; Adv. 3, 4; Orph. Comm. 4; Usher 4
EDWARD L. McKEOWN "Ed"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Laughable Eddie . always ready with a
joke, but not without a serious side
H.R. Rep. 3; FB Var. 4; BB Var. 2. Adm. Far. Acad., Md.
NORMA McKEOWN "Mac"
Panama. R. de P.
A real "smoothie" on the dance floor
H.R. Alt. 2; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 1; S.H. Dance Comm. 2;
Class Party 1; Nurse's Aide 3. Santa Barbara H. S., Cal.
The friendly boy with the twinkling eyes .
BB 1, 2, 3, 4; FB 1. 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; Tk. Var. 3; Span. CIh.
GEORGE METIVIER "Gorgeous"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Stores of friendliness and cheerfulness
"Zonian" Photographer 2; FB 1, 2; WP 4; BB 4; R.OT.C. 2, 3
JAN MIRROP 'Porlui"
Ancon, Canal Zone
The ready eye behind many of our snapshots
'Zonian" Photographer 1, 2, 3, 4: FB 3, 4; BB 3; Band 2, 3, 4;
Orch. 2, 3, 4; Photographers' Award 2; L.T. Orch. 4
RAMON A. MORALES Q. "Fulo"
Panama. R. de P.
Combine a smile, friendly hello andi incomparable
earnestness and you have Ramon, an unbeatable pal
S.A. Rep. 4; "Parrakeet" 4; Cam. Clb. 2; U.N. CIb. 2, Vice-Pres. 3,
Pres. 4; FB 2, 3, 4; BB 2; Orphanage Commii. 4; Jr. Rings; Pic.
Coiin. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; H.R. Rep. 3
Having fun is her lfaorite sport ...
blonde and unusually sweet
Dramatics 2, 4; Dramatics Clb. 2; Biol. Clb. 3; Glee Clb. 1; Pep
Squad 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Girls State, Secy. House of Rep. 3;
Usher 3. Mark Twain, Washington and Lee High School
JACK B. MORTON "Jack"
Colon, R. de P.
An amiable boy with a friendly manner
that has won him numerous friends
R.O.T.C. Drill Team 3, 4; Cadet 2nd It. 4
JAMES NEABREY "Sweeny
Slow and easy . a personality all his own
R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Cadet Sergeant 4
DOROTHY B. (KING) NECKAR "Dottie"
Colon, R. de P.
A quiet, likable lass .. a real
credit to our Senior Class
"Zon." Adv. 4; Chor. 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 3, 4; Fash. Show 3; Jr..Sr.
Banq. 3; GIs St., Sen. 3; Jr. Anth. 3; VB 2, 3. 4; Staging 4
PATRICIA GRACE NECKAR "Pat"
Colon, R. de P.
An ideal pal with that ever-so-adorable smi!e ...
fresh as a daisy, sweet as sugar candy
"Zon." 4; Jr. Anth. 3; Ref. Clb. 4; VB 3, 4; SB 3, 4; BkB 4; Chor.
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 2. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 3; Fresh. Party; Jr.-Sr. Banq.
3; Gls. St., Sen. 3; Ticket Selling 4; Adv. 4
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WILLIAM NICKISHER "Spider"
McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania
His cheerful manner and rather shy grin
are only two of his many) appealing ways
FB 2, 3, 4; BB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Dancr
Comm. 2, 3, 4
AMALIA OSIGIAN -'Michi-
San Jose, Costa Rica
A spectacular sportswo n . r sweet altitude and
warm friendliness rate Aunalia that "top notch" gal with all
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Ref. Clb. 4; Span. Clb. 4; VB *1, 2, *3, *4;
BkB *1 2, *3, *4; SB *1, *2, *3, *4; Cho. 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Sqd.
2. 3, 4; Spts. Awd. 1, 2, 3; Fash. Show 2, 3; J.r.-Sr. Banq. 3;
G.A.A. Dance Comm. 4
NYDIA G. OSTREA "Nini"
Ancon, Canal Zone
There is laughter on her lips and liveliness
in her glistening black e yes
Span. Clb. 2, 3, 4; Choirus 2, 3 4; Fashion Shlm 2, 3; VB 2, 3, 4;
BkB 2, 3, 4; SB 2, 3
ROSE MARY PARKER "Rosy"
Ancon. Canal Zone
She's our tall, sparkling-eyed Senoritu
Dram. 3; Prod. 3; Stae 3; Adv. 4; Span. Clb. 2, 3, 4; VB 2, 3, 4; SB
2, 3; Swin. 1I; Cho 3, 4: Pep Siqd. 3, 4; Off Ast. 3; Fash Show 3
TOMAS RAUL PASAMANTE "Tommy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Light on his feet
Span. Cb. 1, 2. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Cam. Clb. 1; Biol. 2; BB 1, 2, 3;
BkB 1, 2. 3, 4, All-Stars 2; WP 1, 2, 3; BB Manager 4; Sports
Award 1, 2. 3; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3. 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4:
Christmais Dance Commii 3; lMusic ilb, Program 4; Usher 4
ANTON C. PEDERSON "Pete"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Towering in height and jun to know
IH.O.T.C.; Jr. Antholol y
RUSSELL E. PIERSON *'Russ"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Sincere and dependable
"Zonian" 4; Biol t. lb 3, 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Lab. Asst. 4; Class
Party I ; "Zonian" Advertising
CARL A. POSEY
Ancon, Canal Zone
Talent at his fingertips . art is his specialty
S A. Alt. 4; "Zonian" Artist 4; Advertisinm Comin. 1, 2, 3, 4
CELESTE POWELL "Mary"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Sportsability personified ... I.,rre. eyes that smile
S.A. Rep. 2, 4; Dram. 1, 3; "Zon." 4; Hndbk. 4; "Prkt." 3; G.A.A.
3, 4; Biol. Clb. 2; N.H.S. 4; VB 1, 2, "3, 4; BkB 1, 2, *3, *4; SB
1, *2, *3; SW 1, 2; Cho. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2; Pep
Sqd. 1, 2; Chrldr. 3, 4. Co-Capt. 4; Off. Asst. 3, 4; Drana Awd. 2, 3;
Spls. Awdl. 1. *3; Fresh. Picnic 1; Soph. Picnic 2; Soph. Party 2;
S.H, Jr. Sr. Ban(.. Val. Dance Comms.; G.A.A. Danre 4
CONSTANCE PRICE "Connie"
A bundle of fun and charm . an all-around sportswoman
G.A.A. 3, 4; Camera Club 3; VB 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3; BkB 2, 3, 4,
All-Stars 3, 4 ; SB 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 2, 3, Capt. 3; Pep Squad 3, 4;
Lib. Asst. 2; Off. Asst. 4; "B" Sports Award; Fashion Show 3;
Usher 3. Planeview High School
EDWARD RATHGEBER "Ed"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Our "-reamn BHo of '51" .. a calm quiet fellow
FB 1, 2, 3, 4, All Stars 2, Varsity 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; BB 1, 2, 3, 4;
WP 1, 2, 3, 4. All Stars 1, 2; Music 1
SARA ROBINSON "Sarita"
Panama. R. Ide P'.
A small but worthy parl age of Latin wit
Span. Clb. 3; Fashion Show 2, 3; Christmas Dance 2; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4;
Swmi 1. 2, 3; Tennis 1. San Anthony Academy.
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NORALIE ROCHE ."Sweets"
Combine iiiel) wit and a sunny smile, and you RYTER
have Noralie. a friend come rain or shine
Staging 1, 2, 3; Biol. Clb. 2; Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3;
CounMelor A'r.t 4; Siaier Hawkins Dance 2; Class Picnics 1, 2; A
Conference, 1949. Mou.r Iligh Schlool, St. Paul, M.n. "
GLORIELA ROSAS "CuLv" SAIZ
Panama City, R. d
lend a helping hand ... rer) sweet
Span. Clb. 3, 4; VB 1. 3, 4; BkB 1, 3, 4; SB 1; Chorul 1, 2, 3
ELSA M. ROSGAL "'Ela"
Ancon, Canal Zone
An amazing "lil" gal who's always on the "-beanm" SALAMINA
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 3; Choius 1, 2, 3; VB 2; BkB 3; SB 2
DONALD D. ROSS ")D."
New York. New York
The dashing, intellectual, friendly newcomer to B.II.S. SCADRON
H.R. Rep. 4; Debating Society 3; BB 1; BkB I. De la Sallv
Institute, N. Y.; St .John's High and Classical High, Worchester,
Panama City. R. R. i 1'.
A pleasant guy to know . a real credit to B.H.S.
Soccer 1, 2. Institute Nacional, Pan'uima. R de P SCOTT
LOUISE JANE ROWLAND
San lb ,.. California
Gay and friendly . a miss all B.H.S. adores
H.R. Alt. 3; Cam. ('lb., Secy. 2; UN. Clb, 2; VB 4; BkB 4; Pep
-,,.1 1; Lib. Asst. 2; Counselor's Asst. 4; Attendance Award 3; SEELEY
I.,. I. Show 2, 3; Christmas Dance Comm. 3
MARGARET LOUISE RYTER .
Ancon. Canal Zone
Our Zonian Ed .. a dynamo o ritalit . nitl and neat
ROCHE . as ray asaz*v a the day is long . s imuch in ias a
barrel of songs
Draiatics 3; Littl,, Theatre 3; "Zonian" Ed. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; VB
1, 2, 3, 4, All Stars 3: BkB 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3; SB 1, 2. 3.
All-Stars 2; Directi;ng 3; Staging 3; Band 2, 3, 4; ( horus 1, 2, 3, 4:
Pep Squad 1. 2; Cheericader 3, 4; Little TIhevatre Member 3;
ROSAS Fashion Show 4; Freshman Picnic; So ph 5 Sadie Hawkini
Dance 2; Christmas Dance ,Cotn.; i -'j *. 3, 4
: LIA NOELS
.... t The gal i smile
I,-nown to ir, I fI II .
S.A. Rep. Alt. ('lh. 1, 3; isilon Sliho' 3
The bo :it.h e "Br ins" U. al
read)t itW an lp
Biol, Clb. C I n hIme r [ l b. ;C n. Cb. 4;
U. N. C11 II I t I 4 F 4;; P 3 k ,3 S8 ", 3;
ROSS NH.S. 4 C and Goi 'ou 4 auguration )ai i
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ROUX Ioriles to'p hai* list
SIDNEY THOMAS SHORE "Sidl"
A quiet guy who rates "tops" with all who know him SOKOL
Class Tr.as. 2; Class Play 3; Editor 2 3; BkB 1; Grade Award
I, 2, 3; R.O.T.C. R;lle T'fea 4; Christmas Dance 2; Boys State
Rep. 3. Fort Knox H.gh School, Fort Knox, Kentucky
SUZANNE SHUTT "Su-"
Forever sweet ... stately and ta llSPRAGUE
H.R. Rep. 4; H.R Alt. 2; Bid Clh 3; U.N. CIb. 4; Vice-Pres. 4;
VB 1. 2, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3; Off. Ast. 4; Lab. Asst. 4;
N.H.S. 4; Sports Award 2; Fashion Show 2; Orphanage Comm. 4; -
G;rls State. Senator 3; Usher 4; ,Ir Anthology 3 ,' '
JAQUELINE SEIBELINK "Jackier"
A ri t,, personality ... mischievous disposition
Biology Club 2: Chorus 2, 3 STEINER
DOROTHY ELAINE SMITH "Stmitty"
Washington, D. C.
"Sweet and lovel)" ... pretty blue eyes
H.R. Rep. 2, 3; Stag. 3; Ardv. 4; Biol. lb. 2; Stamp Clb. 2; Ref. Clb.
4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3; Pep Sql SWISHER
2, 3; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Off. Asst. 4; Spts. Awd. 3; ,lr.-Sr. Banq. 3;
Ring Conmm. 3; Xmas Dance 3; Music Clb. Proe. 3; Music CIb. 3, 4
MARVIN A. SMITH "Marvinshsky"
Colon. R. de P.
Quiet and friendly with a smile for all ... another ace in art
Class V.P. 1; Stag. 4; "Zon." Art Staff 4; Radio C(lb. 2, 3, 4, Pres.
4; Art Clb. 3, V.P. 3; Span. Cb., Treas. 4; Caim. CIb. 1; Chem. Clb.
3; Rifle Team 3, 4; Proj. 3, 4; Art Awd. ; P.T.A. Awd. 1; R.O.T.C. TROUP
1, 2, 3, 4; Xmias Dance 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Val. Dance 4; Span.
Clb. Dance 2
MARY CAROLYN SMOUSE "Carolyn'
"Good things come in small packages" UPDIKE
Ad-selling 4; Biol. Clb. 2; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2,
3, 4; Staging 3; ;... .;,. 1 tI orus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4;
Sports Award 3, i-1, I,. .,,-, ; Soph. Picnic; Orphanage Comm. 3;
Jr. R'ngs 3; Christmas Dance 3; Usher 2, 3
SARA SOKOL "Sarie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A sweet and pleasant girl
S.A. Alt. 3; II.1. Alt. 3; Prod. 3; Usher 3, 4; "Zon." 4; Music Clb.
SHORE 2, 3, 4; Prog. Chair. 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Secy.-Treas. 4; U.N. Cb. 2, 3,
4; Cam. Clb. 1; N.H.S. 3, 4, Initiation Chair. 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB
1, 2, 3; SB 1; Cliho 1, 2; Pep, Sqd. 1, 2, 3; Off. Asst. 4; S.H. Dance
Coimm. 2i ; Cds. and An. Conmm. 4; Fash. Show 3, 4; Pub. Chair. 4;
Orph. Coni,. 4; Music Prog. 3, 4; "Zon." Adv. 4
SHUTT JOAN MURIEL SPRAGUE "Joanie"
Flushing. New York
Rhythm in her feet .. an outstanding cheerleader
90- S.A. Rep. 3; "Zon." 4; B H.S. Hdbook. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; VB 1, 2, *3,
4; BkB 1, 2, *3, 4, Capt. 3; SB 1, 2, 3; Pep Sqd. 1, 2; Chrldr. 3, 4,
Capt, 4; Spts. Awd. 2, *3; Fash. Show 3, 4; Fresh. Pty. Comm.;
S.H. Dance 2; Jr. Ring Comm,; Chair. Cap-Gown Comm.; Orph.
Comm. 4; G.AA. Dance Commni. 4; Val. Ct. 2; Ftball Ct. 4; R.O.T.C.
Spon., Co A; H.R. Rep. 4; Prod, 3; Usher 3
SEIBELINK JOANNE STEINER "Jo"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Small but dynamic with plenty of vim and vigor
Dra. Clb. 2, 3; "Talent Night" 2; "Zon." Bus. Mgr. 4; Var. Clb.
2, 3; G.A.A. 4; Torrid Zone Wizards 3; FT.A. 2, 3, Pres. 2, 3; VB
D. SMITH 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, *2, *3; SB 1, *2, *3; Make-up-Prop. 2; BkB
Awd. 2, 3; VB Awd. 2, 3; Fash. Show 1; Soph. Dance Comm. 2;
Jr.-Sr. Bani. 3; Inv. Comni. Chair. 3; Prog. Card Commn. 3; H.R.
Rep. 3. Cristobal High School.
CHARLES SWISHER "Swish"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A.n all-around boy with a heart as big as he is
R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, lst/Sgt, 4. C.H.S.; ILakelandl H.S.
ARTHUR TROUP "Jay"
SM. SMITH Ancon, Canal Zone
He has unbeatable friendliness and i,t,,'et,bilion
Vice-Pres. 1, 3; FB Var. 2, 3, 4; Clo. 1, 2 till. 11 t I I' 1; SB
1; BkB 1; FB 1. C.H.S.; Parker H. S.
CHARLIE UPDIKE "Red"
SMOUSE Lusk, Wyoming
A quiet, friendly likable lad with a perfect smile
Letterman's (CI,. 4; Varsity Football 4; FB Letter 4; Intramural
Sports. Lag,,na Beach, California
VALLEJOS VLIET VILLARREAL E. WALKER
P. WALKER WELTZ WILEY WITHERS
You will always find Angela's warmth and
friendliness, U;r. ,.I in her charming smile
U.N. Clb. 4; Music Clb. 4; VB 4; BkB 4; SB 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3;, 4;
JOAN VAN VLIET "Joanie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Likable, with energy personified .. .the lass
of B.H.S. with an incomparable gift of gab
VB 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4; SB 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Squadl
1, 2, 3, 4 ; i. Week Comiiii
DOMITILA VILLARREAL "Uomy"
A quiet Spanish miss with a smile at al! times
VB 1; BkB 2; SB 1. Maria Inmaculada Panaima. tle P.
ELLEN JOAN WALKER "Joanie"
A cute young miss with a captivating
personality and a friendly air
"Zonian" 4; Jr. Anthology 3; Biol, Clb. 1; Glee CIb. 2, 3, 4; VB 1;
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Usher 3, 4; "Zonian" Ad
PATRICIA RUTH WALKER "Pati"
A combination of beauty and brains... dainty
is the word for Patt . a very popular girl
H.R. Rep. 2, 3; SA Secy. 4; Dramatics 4; Staging 1, 2, 3, 4;
Producing 3, 4; "Parrakeet" 3, 4; Banquet Bugle 3; Biol. Clb. 2;
VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3; SB 1, 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Pep Squad
2, 3; Sports Award 1, 2; NSPA Award 3; Christmas Dance Chair. 3;
Fresh. Picnic; Soph. Picnic; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comun. 2; Class
Parties 1, 2; Orphanage Conin. 3, 4; Graduation Marshal 3; Usher
3; Girls State, Judge 3; Representative to .. I..,,i..i. D. C.;
Editor, Football Program 4; Valentine Court 2 i ........ I Queen 4
EMIL W. WELTZ "Emo"
Gorgas Hospital, Ancon. C. Z.
An e.,t .gl,,g comical guy with just that "certain appeal '
BB 1, 2, 3; Var. 2, 3; FB 1, 2, 3, 4; Var. 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4
Track 2; Var. 2; WP 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 2, 3; Chorus 1; Pep Squad 1l
Freshman Picnic Comm. 1
MARJORIE WILEY "Marg."
A wonder lass with a super-personality . one in a million
Draimatics 4; "Zonian" Business Manager 4; "Clyde Monthly";
G.AA. 1; Music Clb. 4; Span. Clb. 2; Art Cb. 2: Speech Team 2;
SB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 3, 4; VB 1. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Red Cross Comm. 4; H.R. Rep. 4;
Usher 3; Girls State, Mayor 3. Monroe, Ohio; North Fort, Utah;
GEORGE KENYON WITHERS, JR. "Ken"
Washington. D. C.
An ambitions guy ... a newcomer who
B.H.S. has been glad to welcome
Dramatics 3, 4; "Parrakeet" 4; Carn. Cll. 3; Span. Clb. 2; Scholar-
ship Award 3; R.O.T.C. Drill Team, 2, 3. Leavenworth Senior
High, Leavenworth, Kansas
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4e. cO#Lw4 qwadS4WteSi aj 4il G"oj '51
Betty Ann Allen
Mary Joe Cole
Mary Ellen Kelly*
, These four students were not here long enough to be ranked, since three semesters residence is
required; but grades made here and in States schools were high enough for Honor Standing
a"d o/ '5.2
derful feeling. We wonder if there could be another
year as good Our sincere thanks go to Irwin Frank,
our super-duper President, and his efficient officers:
that good-looking Sam Maphis, our Vice-President;
Leona Hart, our competent secretary; Mike McNevin.
our hard-working treasurer; Raymond Davidson
defu felng W onerifthreculbenohr
yer s od!Ou iner haksg t Iwn rak
ou spr-uprPrsdetad isefiintofier:
and Karen Saum, two of the best S.A. Representa-
tives we've had. When Karen left, we boosted Sally
Ackerman, who was equally good. to the seat of
Our Christmas Formal was quite a "let-down."
Since we were restricted because of polio, we decided
to have a Sultan of Swat Dance, which was also can-
celled. To make up for this, Coila Goodin and her
committee made the Junior-Senior Banquet one of
the biggest events of the year. We were proud of our
achievements on that unforgettable night.
We chose two of the prettiest girls, when we
elected Cecil Russell and Tibby Nolan, to represent
us at the Valentine Dance. which turned into a Sham-
rock Dance with a Shamrock Queen and her atten-
We'll never forget all those gay, serious, and sad
times, too, that made our junior year the best yet.
As we enter our final year in B.H.S., we hope and
trust that we have left as good an example as those
before us left to us, their up-and-coming underclass-
Top row, left to right: Ray Davidson, S. A. Representative; Mike McNevin, Treasurer; Mr. Piper, sponsor; and
Sam Maphis, Vice-President
Bottom row: Leona Hart, Secretary; Karen Saum and Sally Ackerman, S. A. Representatives
We*'e Been Wonde Uu),
The Semiod o4 '5.2!"
Come on, boys! Give her a break!
,. -." '.'-'t-u troA
CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATORS
Left to right: Sam Maphis, Jan Broderick, Clair
Godby, Kayleen Vinton, Cecil Russell, Nancy
Wells, Mike McNevin, Mary Adelia Morley
JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE
Left ir.,'. Ro, Tucker Richard Abbot
Barbara Sha. Sh.rl, Zm.rn r Jacl.e Hulch
ings Buzz Ba i, Fr.d Lee Richard Holl
Dian.- Honrahon Jc,ce DCal Prgg, L-.-
Well, we are no longer freshmen-we have come
into the limelight. Our upperclassmen seemed to take
notice when we walked by. We weren't afraid to
consider ourselves as part of B.H.S. now! Our of-
ficers helped us more than anyone else by having us
included in all B.H.S.'s fun. We proudly give tribute
to Bill Dawson, our never-failing President; Julene
Page, his greatest helper and our Vice-President;
Ann West, our extra-special Secretary; and Nobel
C"U oi '53
Holladay and Rosemary Hollander, the best S.A.
Representatives in B.H.S.. whose alternates, Bill
Kaska and Jennye Stephens, were always right on
hand to take over.
We and the freshmen got acquainted right off
while having a grand time at our Sophomore-
We'll always remember those wonderful football
games and the big thrill of the season-that Jackson
High-Balboa High tussle.
Our dances, parties and picnics filled the year
with more than just fun. One of the biggest treats
was the night of our very own Sadie Hawkins Dance.
It was one of the biggest events of the year, and we
were the ones who deserve the credit! That's some-
thing we were all proud of.
We acquired many habits and fads from our
upperclassmen which brought us right up alongside
them. All of us became strands in the rope of friend-
ship that has bound us forever to l ole B.H.S.
As we enter our junior year, we hope that that
year we can do as well in our studies and have as
much fun as we have had in this, our grand sopho-
-,,tees, V( e
L.lt .t r.qf, William Kaska and Jennye
Sle ens, j 4 l. Itr. n11e. Miss Alice Candee
,':.,-:.:,:, Roemrar, Hollander and Noble
Hollada/. '. RF.- :.-:-lai.
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Ray and Julene getting ready for the Piggy Back Race at the
Soph Frosh Frolic
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mm BRUCE QUINN,
Left to right: Mildred Damereu, Secretary; and Abdiel Flynn,
Clad (4 '54
The first few weeks we were excited but
s-c-a-r-e-d! But when everybody just seemed to ac-
cept us, we felt pleased and fell right into step with
The sophs grew acquainted with us quickly be-
cause they realized how hard it is to get adjusted in
B.H.S. They had entered the year before, and their
memories of being freshmen were still fresh in their
Remember how Kenny Lee climbed the grease
pole? And how about the laughs we got when Dan
Gressang and Anne A\ ile- went into the Piggy Back
Race! We're sure no one could forget the Sack Race
-every two steps someone would fall. Not a one of
us can cay we didn't have one of the grandest times
to be had this year at our Frosh-Soph Frolic.
Our officers seemed to stand out the night of our
very first formal dance in B.H.S. They all looked
so nice that we'd like to give them special mention.
The officers of the Mighty '54er:-Bruce Quinn. our
"do or die" president: Abdiel Flynn, our athletic
Vice-President; Mildred Damerau, our petite and ac-
curate Secretary; Ed Sparrows and Eileen Feliz, THE
S. A. Representatives of B.H.S.: and their Alternates,
Ann Magee and Henry Pescod-just can't be beat.
,\ll'r tlir pIlin hI arn \ lifted. \\r -dartli Iml lit In
parking anid plannii in; I, ,Ur f re-hianlall P'l ick In
be held dl sumiiimii I Ill tunl diil i laug \r, Idh d that
.13\ %till n-%,-r be1. I,,rptn- 1-\ all% 1 u-.
i\-r ill I I.- Ilit Ur 'I Pr -.' I 1 \r-ar ill B.U.S.. iv.
IJrliii-i I- make iil ei-iirr f,,r "',ur" und ri_-lda-in -ii.
I e ar,- I. king f.l-r~~ rd I.- an l'.ll.r thrill-parked e'ar
ijt lull and nurk in l-^ ie- I I -,i hii-. ",ur iiu "
Led i1o r'. hl Henry Pecod and Eileen Feliz, SA Represenlacfies;
Mi Michel. Class Sponsor ana Ann Magee S A A'Ternar.?
t - _J
o.se' \e a
the tree again' Posing are Lce Harringion
Bob Coleson, Louis Charles, Mary Lou Allen,
Freshman Picnic Committee: top row, left to right: Marian Evans,
Pat Trudeau, Walter Ruggles, Anne Magee, and Mildred Dam-
erau; middle row, left to right: Cleve Soper, Eileen Feliz, Suzanne
Bose, Abdiel Flynn; bottom row, left to right: Henry Pescod, Ann
Lowery, and Kenny Lee
Climbing the grease pole at the
Soph.Frosh Frolic ii Kenny Lee
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HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES included the following: top row, left to right: Don Connor, Sam Maphis,
Fred Sill, Abdiel Flynn; second row, left to right: Dave Albritton, Don Ross, Ed Armistead, Irwin Frank,
Charlie Smith, Henry Pescod, and Kenny Lee; third row, left to right: Arlene McKeown, Sharon Garrison,
Jackie McCoy, Sue Shutt, Joyce Gardner, Marge Wiley, Coila Goodin, and Arlene Schmidt; fourth row,
left to right: Nira Reyes, Susie Bose, Leona Hart, Giu'ianna Mariani, Ann Wiley, Mildred Damerau, and
HOMEROOM ALTERNATES, top row, left to right: Erasmo Arias, Roger Kelley, Edgar Kourany; second row,
left to right: Bill Wright, Bill Elton, Fred Cotton, Luis Celerier, Emil Weltz; third row, left to right: Karen Saum,
Sheila Fearon, Mary Jane Sylvester, Doris Cothern, Helen Thomas, Ann Gorman, Marian Evans, Idy Linares,
Cora Canham; fourth row, left to right: Norine Dillman, Marilyn Bevington, Kay Cross, Barbara Ladd,
Tibby Nolan, Babe Flynn, Joan Sprague, Ann Lowry, Arden Cooke, Sue Johnson
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J2e e 2 oe 2aee#a, PATRICIA I
Our petite Patt Walker reigned supremely throughout the
evening of March 10 as also did the Irish spirit.
With her eyes dancing, she was escorted to her throne and
crowned Patricia I, "Queen of the Shamrocks," by Terry Ford,
Senior Class president.
Attending our beautous queen were the following pretty
misses: Front row, left to right: Libby Bowen, sophomore;
Annette Godby, senior; Mary Ellen Kelly, senior; Bunny Di Bella,
sophomore; second row, left to right: Tibby Nolan, junior; Cecil
Russell, junior; Queen Patricia I crowned by the Senior Class
president, Terry Ford; Josie Di Bella, freshman; Anne Lowry,
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The Balboa High School Student Association is
the hub of all the school activities. Without our
S.A. there would undoubtedly be almost no social
life in school. The S.A. Council is made up of the
Student Association officers, four representatives
from each class, and a representative and alternate
from each home room.
At the end of the year there is an election for the
S.A. President for the following year. Candidates
are chosen from the Junior Class, and everyone ex-
cept the seniors may vote. Elections and campaign-
ing are becoming more popular, and the nominees
put posters up all over school to support them.
Frank Mayo was chosen as President, and he ably
carried out all his ideas. Frank, well-known to all
his classmates, had their support throughout the
year. Frank also helped to "spark up" our school
spirit and make us better school citizens. He has won
the admiration and respect of many and deserves
"Take a letter"-Patt Walker, secretary, and Frank Mayo, presi-
dent, get down to business with one of the S.A.'s daily chores
all the credit in the world for making this year one
of the greatest.
Something new was added in the way of vice-
president this year. He was chosen from the previous
sophomore class, and the excellent choice was Clair
Godby. He, too, has done much to help make the S.A.
a credit to B.H.S. Clair worked closely with Frank
and took some of the load.
Because of the work involved, there were two
secretaries needed: Annette Godby and Patt Walker
were appointed. Every home room period you could
see them hard at work, writing letters, mailing bills,
or counting money. Theirs was a never-ending job.
The S.A. sponsors all the school dances including
the Elks Club dances; all our sports activities includ-
ing ticket sales, uniforms, transportation for the
team; journalism, speech, and dramatics; and it
handles and raises funds, sponsors all drives, and
gives awards for other school activities. An S.A.
Brother and sister team up to do important work in the S.A.
Here are "Our Godbys" Annette, secretary, and Clair,
Straight from the States for the Isthmian Bowl, the Miami-Jackson
boys get their first glimpse of Panama
&% I 74 amiolC S.Y
member receives a year's subscription to our school
paper, the Parrakeet, and seniors are given their
Zonians free of charge.
This year the S.A. sponsored the Miami-Jackson
game, a tremendous undertaking. Money is obtained
for the S.A. and the various activities through sale
of S.A. tickets, ad selling, and from gate receipts at
the games, plays, and school dances.
The S.A. meetings are attended by all the home
room representatives. They, in turn, report to the
students about the matters discussed. Meetings are
not regular, but when anything of importance arises
one may be called.
Mr. Hatchett, S.A. adviser, and Mr. Powell, as-
sistant adviser, were always there to lend a helping
hand. They knew just how to handle all the financial
matters and were among the reason for the success-
Mr. Hatchett and Mr. Powell look pleased over the returns from
the sale of tickets for the Isthmian Bowl
Everyone enjoyed the Elks Club dances after those football games
Here's to our eight lasses and baton
twirler who went "all-out" to boost
B.H.S.'s undying spirit. Long will
be remembered the lively and orig-
inal pep-rallies, the "fight-to-win"
posters, the yells in the halls, and at
night the endless cheering for ol'
Our nifty nine were (upper left V)
Frances Dwyer, Joan Sprague (Cap-
tain), Karen Saum, Celeste Powell
(Co-Captain), George Capwell (twirl-
er), Coila Goodin, Gayle MacDon-
ald, Margaret Ryter and Beth
Mid SSpecia4ly f '5f ,
2aeen BARBARA I 4
The qudiatt C&ai
(One da\ ,,ur Ball.i..a Bulld.-- erii rgrd
Irm th,- grind -,f dailI praili e-. -h.,.,k ,II
the mud. and putting their mirid- ,1 1 -.Inme-
thing besides tackling. I.ih king and pas-ing.
,Plei erld Ihable Barbara .I li- ti r iin a-
Queen Barlsar: I IhrFirughnlut the F,'..l-all
Sea-on. Ch.i.en almng till, ,ur lel\ queen
were the lasses. Ga %lIt d1at D)nnmalI and
Jianie "prague. Queen Barbara r'lIgnm-11
while thousands, including local celebrities.
attended the Miami game.
.. the Balboa High
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Varvin mith. Berry rMqlln, Joonne
Golden ani Carl Fnoey. the "eimorandta"
of our year-book.
more or the zonian arTrf who ts~ t
time out ror a s'i11 pretty"-rat
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Five patient bovs to Whom the whole
Zounan staff It gratosl--Dase ,tten,
S r.=p Bradford. hrles Hand, Cleve
Soper, and Burt Mattheaw.
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Sannrhlr Or- rt3 Write-Up.
Uream sequence baoulies plus a lively clown lor The circus scene
Girl o the Moment
and her admirers stole
Hats off to the full
cast for their top notch
Hardwork r. g :,cge
,. phlnrl th rk ne
T#S'"* On keat4 W%/ t&o BU a!y
()ur In.ul, dsa dal atlt'111l tb Ball....a High N 'chioi I h bring us a
liallengiiig andi inrlhshille Itheatre experience. The (cnach and the
aIl realized Ihal the lan 1 nmalure and \er dilli( ult. This attempt
Iurned ..Iut I' Ie a Td renliriiiU ui u..r-- The players prtilra\ed their
partl- e\lr'-i l\ ell. Miii r thir- -enerr\ Ii tIhe pla\ iin-luded o.nl\ Ihe
I-arre ne e-sili'- -killlul Ian -til flinie %a%3- iiei -eaar\ .
I.(la ) i, ltdr [1i0,.. in1l[ (l t prr eriltd as llir
Zonir, %n tiii I, pre--. gasP '-linrine Ad being
an tlh 1' .pe rtlaiujar .UrLi -si It pIrIraiet d real-
istit r linntii in Irui'-lt.jie Ipeoiple.
The \rt I rlr-iaili tenl alldI the nielal and
Odn,'l.ii] .. prt-,ipared iiarn\ ,f the. priil.ertie-
and Ihli ai lertlis~ellnit that appeared in Isth
Ilia l C IU le li ii\L, .
The-. It i. pla' s br.'ughl great credit ht,
B.H s~. \ e Ihaldk t,.u. Mlr. Frank Sastser. for
irilrgil ip U- sNI, nif It il.n-t entertainingg night'
ill fhli 4,h,,,,I ,-t .r. Il i. l9. )5
The man -ho brought
us iwo highly succAi%
Of(fce help-need we say more?
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4BLO HEIGHTS THEA tn
NOV. /5-/6 8.00 P.M.
Left to right, top picture at the left: J. McCoy, N. Holladay
M. McNevin, A. Hagborg
Top right: C. Glassburn, B. Wilkenson, J. Gibson, R. Hollander,
E. Hart, B. Elmendorf, M. Falk
Center: G. Foreman, K. Withers, H. Griffi:h, R. Bryan
Lower left: M. Walsh, S. Morley, J. Johnson, R. Peterson, A.
Hagborg, M. Wiley, P. Frazier, S. Zemer, D. Albritton
Lower right: T. Ford, N. Holladay, G. Foreman
Q4 1iJ4th A 4efe
1. The most talked-about gown in town is Joan Sprague's perfect
party formal, tiers of black net over bright red taffeta
2. "Cookie" Jackson in this organdy stunner
3. Dainty and demure, Helinana Filos's festive dress with its
sparkling stone buttons, will top off any high school affair
4. Holiday time when Miriam Cornejo wears this creation
5. Ann Morrill will be the main attraction of any fashion show
in this dream ensemble of fucshia and white net
6. Coila Gooden in net tiers which grow wider as they descend
to a sweeping fullness
7. Just what Maria Brassfield has always wanted-a dashing
formal with skirts and skirts of gray and pink net
8. Betty Wilkinson in a two-piece beauty of pure white brocade,
contrasting skirt of green net
9. Bewitching is the word for Yolanda Bull when she poses with
an exquisite white sun dress adorned with lustrous red taffeta
10. A hand-embroidered monogram spelling Gay Edward's name
11. Florence Crecelius will always be "tops" with this formal
having scroll appliques on the taffeta underskirt
We'e Puaad of 64 & Ltai&t wBeadis
These pretty senoritas were chosen by members of the Spanish Club to reign over the Carnival season.
Queen Maria is modeling a pollera, native costume of a city-bred Panamanian girl. Her attendants
are wearing a montuna, the characteristic dress of the country girl.
Seated: Maria Brassfield, Queen. Standing: Rosie Alvarado, Marilyn Toledano
Harmonious voices, a keen enrhu
siasm for music, and our insp.,.ng
Mr. Branstetter awaken our talents
A1 9 Ce4 JIeae
We may have missed our Christmas Music Program, but we'll always
remember the procession of girls in white walking to the strains of
1 Mr. Neil Branstetter, or "Branny" as
She is called, has led us through another
successful year. His favorite saying, "I
should be a slave-driver instead of a
.U teacher" may be right, but as a teacher
he has certainly turned out some superb
This year he taught the chorus some
Beautiful selections for the Christmas
Program, but unfortunately it had to
be called off because of the polio epi-
A highlight of the year, however, was
the recording of the Hallelujah Chorus
to be played for a world audience over
-1 Armed Forces radio station. The record-
ing was heard locally on Christmas Eve
as background music for a Christmas
When the Zonian went to press, we
With wide-open arms and "get in tune," that's "Branny" on
The chorus making a recording of the Hallelujah Chorus in the
42 'm *I4 a i MaiC, MadiC, MWAi 1 "
were hoping the polio ban would be lifted in time for
our Spring Program.
With the sound of the instruments tuning up, the
first classes of Band and Orchestra began. The fresh-
men and other new members of the two classes
learned the music, and by the time the first pep rally
came around, the band's "On Balboa" was perfect.
The band played for all of our pep rallies and football
games. Because of the polio ban, the orchestra has
performed only once.
The orchestra creating the melodies that "soothe the savage
Plans for the Spring Music Festival included se-
lections by band, orchestra and chorus, which were
to be presented in the upper gym for the student body
and the public. A few of the numbers scheduled were
"The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise," "The Hills
of Home," "Dark Eyes," and "Carmena Waltz."
We sincerely hope that the efforts of all the stu-
dents and their capable instructor, Mr. Neil Bran-
stetter, will be rewarded this spring in their program.
Hats off to the bond! They were at the games and pep rallies
to help us on to victories and glories
The Honor Guard for Governor Francis K. Newcomer performed by Company A of the Balboa R.O.T.C. Unit,
commanded by Cadet Capt. Ray Tucker and directed by M/Sgt. George F. Wood
Battalie! Tee-dur Repod! creue Ga6e1m Mte 4l"y!
With a rise in military demand and education
throughout the world, the Balboa High School
R.O.T.C. has offered its first group of trained in-
dividuals in the field of military science and tactics.
These seniors have participated in the expansion
of this organization since its origin three years ago.
They remember their first weapons classes, the in-
struction in military organization in class, the hours
of drill and exercise on the field. In their third year
they were given the opportunity to teach cadets who
were in their first or second year of R.O.T.C.
During the first part of the year, the Corps put
on its first review for Dr. Lawrence Johnson and Mr.
Sigurd Esser. Mr. Theo Hotz was also honored at
this review, which was held on October 26. The fol-
lowing review, held November 14 in honor of the
S. A. representatives, was not so successful, as the
Cadet Officers of Balboa R.O.T.C., left to right, first row (sitting):
Cadet Capt. Tucker, Cadet Capt. Celerier, Cadet Capt. Joyce,
Cadet Lt. Col. Mayo, Cadet Maj. Browder, Cadet Capt. Maquire,
and Cadet Capt. Maphis; second row (standing): Cadet 1st Lt.
Pasamante, Cadet 1st Lt. Abbott, Cadet 2nd Lt. Blakeley, Cadet
heavens poured forth all their -..akiii. IrJpical
(liquid) sunshine. The review held N\.. member 30
for Colonel Richardson Selee and Dr. Lawrence John-
son was performed with all the glitter and dash char-
acteristic of our R.O.T.C. Unfortunately the review
scheduled for December 14 was cancelled because of
the rising polio cases.
The honors bestowed upon the cadet corps in-
cluded the Governor's Cup, whereon the best MIII
cadet had his name engraved. Other awards went to
members of the rifle team for their superb marksman-
ship. Awards presented by prominent organizations
on the Zone were bestowed upon the best company,
platoon, squad and individual during the annual
This year marked the installation of Companies
1) and E at Cristobal. This new organization par-
2nd Lt. Pitman, Cadet 2nd Lt. Altman, Cadet 1st Lt. Burset, Cadet
2nd Lt. Plicet, and Cadet 2nd Lt. Thompson
The Drill Team of Balboa High School R.O.T.C. Drill Master,
Cadet Lt. Col. Mayo; Assistant Drill Master, Cadet Mai. Browder
MMI illi The ROTC Cal
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Cadet Capt Celer;i dnrelted by M Sgi Kendall B
Company1 A Sponsor Joan Spriague Commanded by
Codes Captl. Tuckei directed by M Sgl Wood
Company C Sponsor Arlene McKeown, commanded
b1 Cader Coapt Sam Mophis. directed by LI Rao tr.
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E U NE 0 M EE INEIINE E 111 EENEEEaEEENEN N 0 0 N N
Above: These boys work on one of their projects for the year in
the well-equipped woodshop
Below: Math 12 is made a very pleasant course for many seniors
by Mr. Edward Hatchett
Above: The girls do exercises in their modern gym. The boys'
gym downstairs has just been completely modernized
Below: With the instruction of Miss Beatrice Gardner, these stu-
dents turn out carved soap figures, posters, fantastic masks, and
many other works of art
To the right: Mr. Oliver's wit and personality help
make Spanish a popular course with Ba!boa High
School students . over half the student body is
enrolled in a Spanish course
Above: Mr. Fischer's juniors learn the fundamentals of chemistry
in our modern laboratory
Below: B.H.S. freshmen study and report on interesting vocations
in Miss Marie Weir's Vocational Guidance class
Above: This small group from Mr. Frank Sawyer's Speech-Drama
class rehearses one of their one-act plays
Below: Mr. Edwin Piper explains his Helmholtz static electricity
generator to an interested physics class
From left to right:
ana Hale, Celina
Estelle Crowder, Rose Mary Hollander, Georgi-
Sansen, Florence Lao, Louise Harris, Minerva
From left to right, front row: Margaret Clement, Marlene Jepp-
son, Beth Lockridge, Sylvia Swift, Louise Rowland; second row:
Noralie Roche, Marguerite Bouche
PARRAKEET AD SELLERS
From left to right, front row: Dorothy Capwell, Noreen Dillman,
Edna Hart, Lila Lou Womack, Helen Kridle; second row: Rene
Feuille, Tommy Catanzaro
Rwec4f, wjotf# aCuI a"1
From left to right, front row: Leo Romero, Fanny Hincapie, Miss
Katherine Clark, Eugenia Espiau, Mary Hamma, Jane Buckaloo,
Alice Hagborg, Shirley Million, Katherine Hebert; second row:
Josie Di Bella, Carol Harris, Donna Lee Fischer, Cynthia Evarts,
Sue Johnson, Helen Barr, Gay Edwards; third row: Hector
Miranda, Joan Read, Marguerite Bouche, Mary Beth Lewis, Mitzi
Siegel, Cora Canham, Pat Morritz
ZONIAN AD SELLERS
From left 1o right, front row: Arlene McKeown, Zoe Ann Karst,
Dorothy Neckar, Ellen Walker, Joan Scott, Libby Blitch, Frances
Dwyer, Carolyn Smouse, Suzanne Ferguson, Barbara Jones;
second row: Pat Neckar, Sally Ackerman, Joyce Johnson, Sara
Sokol, Yvonne Kouppermann, Marge Wiley, Peggy Lowe, Colleen
Parker; third row: Beth Lockridge, Joan Sprague, Betty Wilkin-
son, Ann Edwards, Linda Btesh, Celeste Powell, Edith Beauchamp;
fourth row: George Capwell, David Albrittan
MIAMI CONTEST CAPTAINS
From left to right, front row: George Capwell, Don Conner,
Noble Holladay; second row: Gay Edwards, Arlene McKeown,
Elaine Smith, Marge Wiley; third row: Fred Sill, Don Ross
Uthe 1e4 a helpi#a ha#zd
From left to right, front row: Gladys Pasamante, Joyce Maoa!on,
Jean Matalon, Violet Scott, Maria Jackson; second row: Betty
Ruiz, Beverly Rosan, Joyce Collinge, Joyce Johnson, Jennye
Stephens, Rosie Alvarado; third row: Pat Neckar, Nira Reyas,
Pat Foster, Joan Forbes, Gloria Alvarado, Mary Dillon, Miss Pot-
From left to right; Lambert Baxter, Basil Harrington, Barbara
Shaw, Cecil Russell, Sue Shutt, Connie Treffinger, Dan Gressang,
From left to right, front row: Beverly Rosan, Kay Herbert, Flor-
ence McCarty, Joan Van Vliet, Elaine Smith, Arlene McKeown,
Carolyn Smouse, Merry Mallan, Pat Walker, Barbara Jones, Tibby
Nolan; second row: Noralie Roche, Gay Edwards, Rosemary
Hollander, Anna Galloway, Shirley Zemer, Sara Sokol, Mary
Ellen Kelley, Barbara Ladd, Louise Glud; third row: Diane Skin-
ner, Marge Wiley, Pat Neckar, Sue Shutt, Libby Blitch, Amalia
Osigian; fourth row: Don Ross, Miles Pace, Norman Harber,
John Riley, Augustine Fonseca, George Capwell, Steve Barrelier,
From left to right, front row: Marilyn Flynn, Mary Dillon, Lyda Lou
Wolmack, Mary Jackson, Joan Scott, Sara Sokol, Maria Di Bella;
second row: Ann Edwards, Helen Kridle, Sue Shutt, Elaine Smith,
Sue Hammerschlag, Florence Crecelius, Yvonne Kouppermann,
Dorothy Capwell; third row: Arlene McKeown, Connie Price, Mar-
guerite Flynn, Jackie Hutchings, Celeste Powell, Ann Galloway
SQUIDS, OSMOSIS, UNGULATES ARE THE RAGE
Members of the Biology Club are, first row, left to right: Joyce Collinge, Maria All, Rosemary Hollander,
Gus Mellander, Libby Bowen, Ileana Hanson, Barbara Shaw; second row: Florence Lao, Dianne Hanrahan,
Doris Cothern, Joyce Johnson, Joan Baron, Pat Foster; third row: Roger Kelley, Russell Pierson, Donald
Tribe, Henry Cruz
SIT STILL! SMILE! HOLD THAT POSE! ONE MORE!!
Members of the Camera Club are, lirst row, left to right: Jan Broderick, Fernando Alegre, Paul Smith, Ricardo
Gonzales, James Steel, Bill Ladd, John Butler, Henry Lee, John Riley; second row: Oriel Jacinto, Beth
Hatchett, Diane Skinner, Carol Sue Thompson, Evelyn Molyneaux, Briseida Jacinto, Pat Dunning, Francisca
Prieto, Marguerite Neal, Ann Cramer, Jane Buckaloo, Adele Meissner; third row: Sergio Raudales, Anne
Magee, Marion Evans, Rosario Moreno, Sonia Asen, Annette Barrett, Gloria Samson, Donna Rossetti, Mary
Lou Allen, Joan Reed, Barbara Fisk, Ina Russell, Anne Mulligan; fourth row: George Thullen, Pablo Chung,
Luis Ho, Joanne Hummer, Gay Edwards, Shirley Million, Kurt Mensel, Simon Faygenbaum, Tom Catanzaro,
Bill Bailey, Dove Otten, Calvin Fishbough; fifth row: Noble Holladay, Charles Hand, Mr. Frank Wilder,
Cleveland Soper, Herbert Kelley, Oriel Guerrini, David Dickson, Harold Bradford, Hector Miranda
--- I III
HERE ARE B.H.S.'s TEST TUBE AND BEAKER BREAKERS
Members of Chemistry Club ore, first row, left to right: Dianne Hanrahan, Florence Lao, Briseida Jacinto,
Susie Hammerschlag; second row: Marvin Smith, Lambert Baxter, Jacob Plicet, Jack Clement; third row:
William Elton, Ed Browder, Cesar Salamina, Roger Kelley, Elias Entebi, Gilbert Smith
BACH, BEETHOVEN, BE-BOP-ALL ARE ENJOYED
Members of the Music Club ore, first row, left to right: Heliana Filos, Angela Vollejos, Carmen Man, Joyce
Chenalloy, Mary Jackson, Elita Lee, Idy Linares; second row: Renee Peterson, Joyce Johnson, Joyce Matalon,
Jean Matabon, Cynthia Evarts, Rosemary Hollander, Libby Blitch, Briseida Jacinto, Margarita Chambonnet;
third row: Celina Sanson, Mildred Domerau, Linda Btesh, Marge Wiley, Sara Sokol, Yvonne Kouppermann,
Maria Ali; fourth row: Joan Forbes, Mary Rose, Yolanda Bull
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR HONOR SOCIETY AND ITS REQUIREMENTS-
SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, CHARACTER AND SERVICE
Members of the National Honor Society are, first row, left to right: Florence Lao, Frances Dwyer; second row:
Celeste Powell, Annette Godby, Louise Glud, Susie Hammerschlag; third row: Suzanne Shutt, Sara Sokol;
fourth row: Roger Kelley, Yvonne Kouppermann, Ed Browder; fifth row: Terry Ford, Cesar Salamina
TRADING STAMPS-COLLECTING STAMPS-
EXHIBITING STAMPS-IT'S ALL FASCINATING!
Members of the Philatelic Club are, first row, left to right: Jacob Plicet, Leo Romero, Jack Clement, George
Thullen, Jorge Chung, Jose Tam; second row: Lambert Baxter, Guilianna Mariani, Mary Jackson, William
Dawson; third row: Andrew Esslinger, Donald Tribe
A SCREEN, A PROJECTOR, AND FILM-AND THESE
PROJECTION EXPERTS ARE READY TO WORK
Members of the Projection Club are, first row, left to right: Bert Matthews, Bill Bailey, Albert Evans, Louis
Sanchez, Albert Zebede, Morris Harari; second row: Marvin Smith, Lucy Driscoll, Marguerite Neal, Enrique
Llopis; third row: Shirley Million, Pat Trudeau, Connie Glassburn, Alice Hagborg, Mary Siegel, Joanne
Hummer; fourth row: Earl Boland, Tom Catanzaro, Charles Simms
MY, THE THINGS THAT MAKE UP A RADIO!
IT'S AMAZING-ISN'T IT?
Members of the Radio Club are, left to right: Gilbert Smith, Marvin Smith, Mr. Richard Clark, Bill Bailey,
"ALEGRIA A LO LATINO AMERICANO"-
HERE IS FUN THE LATIN WAY
Members of the Advanced Spanish Club are, first row, left to right: Tomas Passmante, Gustavo Troncoso,
Carlos de a Ossa, Edgar Kourany, Oscar Kourany, Jaime Solos, Rolando Linares, Erasmo Arias, Jorge Barnett,
Ivan Garcia, Pedro Perez; second row: Florence Lao, Norma Retally, Nydia Ostrea, Rosie Alvarado, Maria
Elina Brassfield, Mary Jackson, Briseida Jacinto, Marilyn Toledano, Casilda Castellanos, Christina Castellanos,
Miriam Ungo, Carmen Man, Yolanda Bull; third row: Mr. Allan Ward, Elita Lee, Marie Ali, Celina Sanson,
Amalia Osigian, Gloriela Rosas, Mercedes Lora, Betty Ruiz, Edna Wantuk, Lia Saiz, Gladys Pasamante, Dora
Henriquez, Aurita Carbone, Patsy Reese, Brunny Lavergne; fourth row: Ligia Sanchez, Pricilla Plicet, Nelly
Sucre, Gladys Fonseca, Elsa Rosgal, Rosario Moreno, Teresa Cherem; fifth row: Sergio Raudales, Jaime Boyd,
Elias Entebi, Nelda Lasso, Panama Delvalle, Augustin Fonseca, Adilia Arauz, Miriam Cornejo, Margarita
Chambonnet, George Capwell, Jack Menashe, Francisco Pereira, Leo Romero; sixth row: Carlos Grifo, Hector
Miranda, Rudy Ostrea, Mike Bursett, Marco Raudales, Arturo Cermelli, Cesar Salamina, Marvin Smith, Manuel
FRESHMAN SPANISH STUDENTS PROMOTE
FRIENDLY INTER-AMERICAN RELATIONS
Members of the Beginners Spanish Club are, first row, left to right: Jean Angstadt, Flora Lora, Argelia
Poveda, Betty Flatau, Carol Sue Thompson, Ann Lowery, Merlene Jeppson, Ann Wi!ey, Panama Del Volle,
Mary Rose; second row: Georgiana Hale, Virginia Turton, Elsa Quintero, Pat Rigby, Sue Curdts, Sally Metzner,
Sonia Del Rio, Eileen Feliz, Connie Treffinger, Francisco Prieto; third row: Nelda Lasso, Anne Cramer, Maria
Cambra, Ann Pace, Evelyn Mumma; fourth row: Esteban Ortega, John Butler, Miss Claude Aycock, Justin
Wong, Tom Catanzaro
I-i- p II
YOUNG WORLD CITIZENS PROMOTE INTER-
NATIONAL UNDERSTANDING IN U.N. CLUB
Members of the United Nations Club are, first row, left to right: Pat Rigby, Rosemary Hollander, Guilianna
Mariani, Alicia Coloma, Sue Shutt, Sara Sokol, Aurita Carbone, Magda Coloma, Heliana Fi!os, Brissida Jacinto;
second row: Susan Bose, Karen Saum, Sharon Garrison, Patsy Reese, Margarita Chambonnet, Yvonne Koup-
permann, Angela Vallejos, Alice Hagborg, Sharon Siegfried, Gloria Samson; third row: Ed Browder, Tommy
Catanzaro, Roger Kelley, Ramon Mora!ks, Oriel Jacinto; fourth row: Mike McNevin, Marco Raudales, Fred
Sill, Mr. James Gartside, Cesar Sa!amina, Hector Miranda, Leo Romero
WITH SCHOOL SPIRIT A-PLENTY OUR SPONSORS
KEEP B.H.S. ACTIVITIES WHIRLING
Sponsors are, left to right, kneeling: Mr. George Lee, Biology Club; second row: Miss Natalie Johnson, Music
Appreciation Club; Miss Margaret Whitman, National Honor Society; Miss Claude Aycock, Beginners Spanish
Club; third row: Mr. Allen Ward, Advanced Spanish Club; Mr. James Gartside, U. N. Club and Projection Club;
Mr. Richard Clark, Radio Club; Mr. Walter Fischer, Chemistry Club and Philatelic Club; Mr. Frank Wilder,
Camera Club; Mr. Bernard Mastel, B. H. S. Photographic Sponsor
Scaool 3ayi! School Sas!
qood LdU Salowa A4ih baV/
1. A beautiful football queen and her court
. Queen Barbara reigns over football
2. Talking about motor scooters-then Dave's
got 'em all beat
3. Those couldn't be students in there-not
at night, too!
4. Smile, please . but give the others a
5. We'll never grow up . or maybe it's
just that we don't want to
6. Hey there, Norma and Mikel Where's the
7. Only one looking our way? What's come
8. A typical Saturday afternoon ... the place
where all of us go
9. Oh, for mud like this in Miami!
10. Be careful-you'll take off! A very con-
structive gym class!
11. A lovely dress on a lovely girl . Ann
primps for the Fashion Show
12. The faculty has the motor scooter fad,
too . Mrs. West and Mr. Michel return
from a fast ride
13. What would B.H.S. do without Branny and
14. What are they? A bath might help us to
15. Guess they all knew where the camera
was . the team relaxes (?) before the
16. No snow-but a "brute" Christmas tree
. .decorating it was a job, too
17. Who's that on the right?
18. The fellows from Miami were tops . we
hated to see them leave
19. No reindeer. Who cares? Santa made it!
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Ce.ena 0 Baul/or oin o ,ame
a Baadet&L/a, aoot4il, or 4n7 Qame
1 Through "now or ra'n they came
anything to gel to school
2 It looks Ike an orange uice squeezer
You re wrong-.i, a deeelopr,
3 M.si Porter who., us how not to p!ay
4 The chosen few show us how ii Sup'
posed to b. done
5 Con.errlble honor guard what more
could ihev wontif
6 Anlhing for laughs but what rhisl
7 A rery impreLivie momerr in an action
packed evening-the night of the Foov
8 Waiting at the siot;on to go to cheer
our fao orites on to victoryy
9 The cloiLy hardworking Pep Squad dn
a perfect \ for Victor/
4?aa at he bansce, and A(4h School P&i9y,
gmofwft 4 2a&e on Ra44U BaiI
1. The best pace for studying (?) is by 4. "Zip" sets us straight at our very first
the coke machine class get-together
2. Singing (?) while we waited for those 5. The "big gears" always hurrying us on
"Generals" to class
3. So that's what they do in gym classes- 6. Before the game the red 'n white gather
always fooling around to cheer
7. Everybody's at the Elks Club after the
8. Here are the kids that boosted our
Zonian sales in action!
9. All these rooters surely made those
eack Peowua Smilde ad
qudemUb WGkaVA Ae
I 1. Our stars learn how to perfect this
stroke from Coach Zemer
2. Thomas and Maria celebrate carni-
val time in B.H.S.
3. Three lovely ladies from "Lady in
4. Everyone wants their picture "took"
riding to see a C.H.S. vs. B.H.S. game
5. The Army gives an iron lung demon-
stration for the "March of Dimes"
6. The cheerleaders and Spike finally
found time for a picture
7. Jim picks up his corsage just before
8. The "dream people" from the play,
"Lady in the Dark"
9. Bill and Ray are helped by our "Zip"
(1.) Ray (Li'l Abner) Davidson and Libby (Daisy Mae) Blitch
seated on their Dogpatch throne
(2.) "Wait your turn! Cleve's first," says Joe
(3.) Our blonde nightingale, Miss Simmons, helps the sophs score
a hit at the first dance in '51
(4.) Girl chases boy and makes sure of her catch at Sadie Haw-
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(5.) Who wants to study alone?
(6.) "Sadie" Bradley and "Jughaid" Harris cop first prize for the
most original costumes
(7.) The Art classes helped with the production of "Lady in the
(8.) The Bulldogs were favorites with these B.H.S. coeds that day
0c4 dcMaa4Ie 2aeea IZi 4 4waia4
(1.) Fred Raybourne receives baton from Henry Cruz to place
second in the mile relay
(2.) Sam Maphis moves to receive the baton in the 880 relay
(3.) Oscar Kourany places second in the medley relay
(4.) Bob Morris is plenty of competition for anyone who throws
(5.) Colonel Richardson Selee enjoys the Balboa Relays with
Queen Tibby and her court, Cecil and Bruni
(6.) Ted Norris victoriously breaks ribbon in the 880 relay
(7.) Dick Johnson breaks three broad jump records
(8.) Jim Brady clears 6' 1"
SA4It4tw Sa-e Ps4e in
"Studious"-by Jan Mirrop, first prize
"Sunset"-by George Thullen, first honorable mention
"Sue"-Cleveland Soper, second honorable
"Take-off"-by David Otten, third honorable
Gateaea elw Qo dedt
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The "Bulldogs" had a powerful team returning this year
though they lost a number of lettermen last year.
Credit is due to the student managers, whose work was done
behind the scenes. If you ever went into the locker room, you
could see "Doc" Albritton taping the bruises and sprains, and
Bill Yerkes, "Ozark" Herzog, and Henry Pescod hauling dunm-
Special recognition for whipping the squad into shape is
due to Coaches J. Fawcett, G. Wood, R. Litkins. and W. Nolan.
MIAMI-JACKSON vs. B.H.S.
Approximately 5,000 anxious fans were present to watch
the Miamii-Jackson vs. B.H.S. football classic, the first game of
its kind in Canal Zone sports. At 7:30 Balboa kicked off to
Miami. Before the Miami back could take more than a few steps,
he was cut down in his tracks. A few plays later found Balboa in
Honorary Team Captain, Dick Johnson
Left to Right, Back Row: Bob Morris, Charlie Updike, Fred Roybourne, Bill Riley, Ray Davidson, Frank Bryan, Bill Underwood, Carl Meiss-
ner, Fred Cotton, John Albritton, Ed Rathgober, Ed Kennedy, Bill Forbes
Left to Right, Second Row: Ray Nickisher, Dick Ostrea, Jerry Johnson, Dick Johnson, Irwin Frank, Bill Fulleton, Rod Ely, Gene Bright, Joe
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possession of the ball and scoring before
the game was well under way.
Before many plays had been run, the
gladiators of both teams were covered
with the sea of mud which flowed be-
tween the goal posts. Balboa, although
outsized, put up a wonderfully brave
fight and. capitalizing on the breaks,
trailed only 7-6 at the half time.
As the second half opened, the "Gen-
erals" scored again, making the score Foot
14-6. The ball see-sawed back and forth until the
opening of the fourth quarter. Then Dick Johnson.
-I'.- 1. "Bulldog" halfback, powered his way through
the right side of the line on a counter play to go all
the way for 36 yards and a touchdown, bringing
everyone in the stadium to his feet, to make the score
14-12. The "Generals" finally caught on how to run
all Managers: Dave Albritton, Bill Yerkes, Jim Herzog, Henry Pescad
in the slimy muck of the field and literally tore up
the "Bulldog" line for two more touchdowns.
Next year during the Thanksgiving holidays the
"Bulldogs" will fly to Miami. Flh.rlla to complete
the "home-and-home" arrangement made with the
Left to Right, Third Row: Andy Wright, Leon Herring, Ronoad McConnell, Bob Finley, Joy Troup, Ed Coe, Emil Weltz, Sam Maphis, Leland
Brooks, Ken Garrison, Clair Godby, Bill Altman
Left to Right, First Row: Jim May, Ralph Huls, Dove Sundquist, Dave Schorr, Dick Dillmon, Charlie Smith, Ed McKeown, Charles McConne!l,
Bob Rizzo. John Ladd, Art Cermelli. Bob Blakely
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The "Generals" take their pre-game warm-up
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Dick Johnson gaini ground against some big boys
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Ihe Generals and their coaches homeward bound
Johnson comes in to Tackle Berman of Jackson High
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Paul Jamesson carries the mail against Cristobal while Sam Maphis Bob Morris, Ralph Huls, and Jim May close in on Trout of J.C.
and Dick Johnson block while Carl Meissner and Lee Brooks come up in the background
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Balboa High School opened their second tackle
season with the -"F..1 Iball Jamboree" at Mount Hope
Stadium. B.H.S. failed to score in the quarters
played against C.Z.J.C. and C.H.S. but finished in
a dead heat with J.C. in the 100-yard relay and placed
in the passing and place-kicking.
In the first game of the season the Pacific siders
kept their slate clean by scoring their fifth win in as
many starts, knocking C.H.S. 7-0.
The "Bulhdi.g,'" caught the Junior College nap-
ping in the second game. The high school came out
on the long end of a 20-7 score with Leon Herring
and Dick Johnson sharing the scoring honors.
B.H.S.. hurt by penalties when they cost the most,
dropped the third game to Cristobal 6-0 for their first
loss of their tackle football career.
The "Bulldogs" lost their last game of the cur-
rent season to C.Z.J.C., 19-0, in a hard-fought game
in which Balboa just couldn't push the ball across.
Dave Schorr makes yards against three big Cristobal players B.H.S. finished the season in second place in the
Canal Zone league. with another season of tackle
football experience under their belts.
C!air Godby and Irwin Frank make a stop while Dick Johnson Dick Johnson, Sam Maphis, and Paul Jamesson close in on Wally
comes up Trout of C.Z.J.C.