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Title: Zonian
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
Publication Date: 1952
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For those who knew him, no memorial is necessary; for
those who did not, none is adequate, for the memory of those
who are loved will never die.
Although taken from us suddenly and sadly, James B.
Gartside will long be remembered by one and all for his humor,
as well as the interesting hours in his classroom. He made history
live before our eyes. No longer was it mere facts hidden behind
the formidable cover of a book. His interest and guiding spirit
in the UN Club created in us a desire to learn about world affairs.
We know that his thoughts on international affairs will guide us
all toward a better world.
And so it is that we, the Seniors of '52, proudly and sincerely
dedicate our Zonian to the memory of one who was a true friend
to each and every student of BHS.








S4 7me Goes s . Foreword




To you, the students of BHS, we present this 1952 yearbook with the hope that as
you glance through its pages now and in years to come, you will receive pleasure from
reliving your memories.
Perhaps, with each page you turn, you will recall some treasured bit of fun or joy
that you may have had tucked away in a secret corner of your heart. Of course, there
are some things that can never be forgotten: the extra-special football season, with the
trip to Miami that is still talked about; the loud cheering in the halls and at the games;
the wonderful, never-ending spirit that was always with us; the times we sat in the rain
to be with our team; the super, dreamy dances; the mad rush to class to get there just as
the bell rang; the crowd under the clock-our favorite meeting place; the school plays;
the Elks Club after games; the train rides to Cristobal . each of these added that inch
of fun which has become a mile of memories-memories that are locked in our hearts
with a lock no key can open.
We had our victories and defeats, romances and hates, tears and laughs, good and
bad times, fun and work, but through it all we were true BHS rooters. So, as we look
back on our high school days that have gone by all too quickly, we say . WASN'T
IT ALL SUPER AND WONDERFUL!





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Woodwork
Kansas State
Teochrc' Cnllon M S


Rita Andreve
Secretary
University of
Southern California


Linda C. Appin
Secretary


Mary S. Brigham Alice E Candee Mrs. Nancy N. Cottrell
English, Journalism Social Studies English
Columbia, M.A. Columbia, M.A. Duke, A.B.


Theo F. Hotz
Principal
Ohio State, M.A.








Chris Ely
Physical Ed.
Colorado State, A.B.

Mrs. Mary B. Eugene
Commercial
New York
University, M.A.





Patricia E. Farley
English
University of
Minnesota, M.A.

John C. Fawcett
Physical Ed.
University of
Redlands, B.A.




Mrs. Frances K.
Graham
Mathematics
Columbia, M.A.

Edward W. Hatchett
Mathematics
Columbia, M. A.


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Major Wayne L. Bart
Military Science
& Tactics
U.S. Military Academy,
B.S.


Hallie Beavers
Mathematics
Duke, M.A.


Albert A. Bleifuss
Physical Ed.
University of
Illinois, B.S.


Jane Bohlig
Household Arts
North Dakota
Agricultural
College, B.S.







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Mrs. Marian Courville Harold C. Deering Paul Dreska Charles M. Ellis
School Nurse Physician Physical Ed. Latin, English
University of Cornell, M.A. University of
Chicago, M.D. Arkansas, M.A.


Walter O. Fischer
Chemistry
Columbia, M.A.


Beatrice Sturtevant
Gardner
Art
Columbia, M.A.


1st Lt. Ray M. Golden
R.O.T.C.
Texas A. and M.


Victor A. Herr M/Sgt. William E.
Music Jenkins
Denver. B.M.E. R.O.T.C.


Katherine E. Jessup
English
Columbia, M.A.









Natalie K. Johnson
Spanish, French
Duke, M.A.


Paul Raymond Kuyath
Mechanical Drawing
Drivers Training
Bradley University,
RS


Eloise Monroe Wa.ter O. Oliver Mrs. Gertrude Grace J. Rider
Household Arts Spanish Onderdunk Librarian
Columbia, M.S. Taylor College, B.A. Assistant Librarian University of
Iowa, B.A.
University of
Minnesota, L.S.


Subert Turbyfill
Speech
University of
Oklahoma, M.A.


James H. Elliott
Metal Shop
University of
Nebraska, B.S.


Allen B. Ward
Spanish
University of
Nebraska, M.A.


Marie C. Weir
Biology
Girls' Adviser
Columbia M.A.


NOT PICTURED
Mrs. Marguerite Little
General Science
Mathematics
St. Xavier College, B.S.


George O. Lee
Biology
Columbia, M.A.


James A. Lyons
Spanish
New York
University, M.A.









Kenneth W. Martin
Physics
University of
Oklahoma, M.A.


Sgt. Douglas A. J. Stuart McNair
Mclnnes Mathematics
R.O.T.C. University of
Chicaao, M.S.


Roger D. Michel
Mathematics
Colorado State, M.A.


J. Weston Seoquist
General Science
Biology
University of
Wisconsin, Ph.B.


Vivian Simmons Mary E. Soper David A. Speir
Commercial Social Studies Social Studies
Northwestern Kent State University of
University University, B.S. Florida


Margaret V. Whitman
English
Northwestern
University, M.A.


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M/Sgt. Henry F.
Yarbrough
R.O.T.C.
ROTC


Harold J. Zierton
Counselor
Bradley University,
B.S.


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Dorothy Potter
Physical Ed.
Southwestern
Louisiana Institute,
B.S.


Kenneth W. Vinton
Mathematics
Columbia, A.M.





















































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Father Time moved along faster than we realized,
and here we are well equipped and ready to face
life with everything we have.
Let's step back a few years for a final glimpse
of our trek through B. H. S. to the time when we were
Freshmen. Remember that memorable day when the
doors of "higher learning" were opened for the first
time, and we stepped through with shaky knees and
a mixed feeling of pride and humbleness? It seemed
as though we'd never reach the glorious state of
"senior-hood." But President Ray Tucker and his
officers, Oscar Kourany, Vice-President, James O'Con-
nor, Secretary, carried us through with flying colors.
The Freshman picnic was the big class event that year
and we really went to town on it.
Our Sophomore year rolled around in no time at
all and found us raring and ready to go! We were
beginning to find just what the spirit of B. H. S. meant
and did our best to further it.
The Sadie Hawkins' Dance Committee put on a
fun-packed evening at the gym. Our "Mountain Gal"
chorus line was the best to be seen anywhere. We
outdid ourselves with the class picnic at summit-
even to the point of throwing everybody into the
fish pond.
Our Junior year, and only one more to go! We
were reaching the top of the ladder in high spirits.
Polio struck hard and long that year, but nothing
could stop us-only delay. The two main events were
the Deep Sea Formal and the Junior-Senior Banquet.
The Formal proved to be the best ever put out-it
couldn't miss, with Clair Godby and his excellent com-
mittee hard at work on it. We put on a never-to-be-
forgotten banquet for our Seniors. Coila Goodin and


her committee attacked the planning with all they
had and produced a truly momentous occasion, and
fun was had by all.

Finally, the hard-worked for, long-awaited time
came! We were Seniors, and, as we walked into the
school for the first time that year, the responsibility
struck us. We were no longer kids, but were young
men and women with a job to do. Preparing for the
future and doing everything in our power to be of
help to the school and to the under-classmen were
uppermost in our minds. Our terrific Valentine Dance
was put on by Clair Godby and his go-getting com-
mittee. It was our last year, and they went "whole
hog" and turned out the best dance ever to be seen
by B. H. S. As we walked into the Tivoli for the
Junior-Senior Banquet, our emotions were a mixture
of elation and expectation. We were drawing near
to the end of our days at Balboa, and this would be
our last big gathering of this sort before we left. The
Juniors didn't let us down, either! It was wonderful,
and we, everyone of us, appreciated it to the fullest.

Graduation came and with it, both joy and sor-
row. We had met the test, succeeded, and were
ready to step out and face the world. Those all-
important days behind us were but fond memories.
We friends bade adieu, and the fellowships of boys
dpar after four unforgettable years.
Worked so hard to mold us into
wel -eucat cizens-and who usually went un-
thanked-occupy a large space in our hearts and
,/ gratitude. For their work will carry all through our
liv s and we'll never f them or the hallowed
hatSof B. H. Slujr Al n water.


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SAM MAPHIS Senior Vice-President


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RAY DAVIDSON
Senior Class President


SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE
Left to right: back row-Marie Di
Bella, Tibby Nolan, Anne Morrill,
Richard Abbott, Chairman, Bill Elton;
front row-Nancy Wells, Jan Broder-
ick, Barhara Shaw


CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
(Lower left photo
Left to right: back row-Fred Lee, Virginia Selby,
Heliana Filos, Michael McNevin, Chairman;
front row-David Mcllhenny, Senior Ring Com-
mittee Chairman
VALENTINE DANCE COMMITTEE
Left to right: back row-Nancy Wells, Shirley
Zemer, Mary Morley; middle row-Jacque Hutch-
ings, Pat Gott, Janet Gibbs, Bob Hentchel; front
row-Ann West, Clair Godby, Chairman, Dick
Dillman, Frank Bryan (not pictured


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Senior Clas, Ad.iepr


CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS COMMITTEE
(Not Pictured)
Leona Hart, Chairman, Sheila Fearon, Kayleen Vinton,
Bill Yerkes, Richard Barr, Joan Baron, Anna Galloway,
Joan Sharp, and Ray Tucker

SENIOR CLASS S. A.
REPRESENTATIVES
Left to right: David Mcllhenny, Shir-
ley Zemer, Richard Abbott and Kay-
leen Vinton

SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE
Left to right: Sam Maphis, Chairman, Anne Mor-
rill, Clair Godby, Ann West, Raymond De
Parades (not pictured)
ORPHANAGE DRIVE COMMITTEE
(Lower right photo)
The Seniors that helped are: left to right: Henry
Cruz, Nancy Wells, Marie Di Bella, Leona Hart,
Tommy Thompson


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RICHARD G. ABBOTT-"Rich" Oakland, California
His dependability we like . .destined to be a sure success with his sincere and obliging
ways.
S. A. Rep. 4; Pkrt. 3; Rad. CIb. 2; U.N. CIb. 4; T. Vars. 3, 4; SW. 2; Int. 1, 2; Band 1, 2,
3; "A" Co. Capt. 4; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Ch. Sr. Pic. Comm. 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; First Aid
Team 4
SALLY CATHERINE ACKERMAN-"Ack-Ack" Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
One of our favorites. .. lots of good common sense .. has a special way with everyone.
S. A. Rep. 3; Sp. 3; Zon. Asst. Busi. Mgr. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Treas. 4; G. A. A. 4; Referee's
Clb. 3, 4; V. B. 1, 2, 3, 4*, All-Star Mgr. 3; Capt. 4; S. B. 1, 2, 3*, 4*; BKB 1, 2, 3, 4;
Capt. 4; Sp.-Dram-Part. 3; P.Sq. 2, 3; Cho. 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 4; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Ofc. Asst. 4;
Mus. Clb. Prog. 4; Zon. Ad Seller 3, 4; Girl's State Sen. & Alt. to Girl's Nation 3; Sp.-Dram.
Banq. Comm. 3; Grad. Usher 3; Ed. Jr. Anth. 3; Prod. & Usher "Our Town" 3; Asst. Stg.
Mgr. & Prod. "Lady in the Dark" 3
JOHN H. ALBRITTON-"Foo-Foo" Columbia
q Johnny always on the spot with his warm "Hi" . Full of vim, vigor and vitality.
STrack 2, 3, 4; Football Varsity 3, 4
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ALTMAN-"Cap'n Duggie" Lawrence, Massachusetts
Absolutely impossible to dislike . unforgettable is the word for this snappy senor.
H. R. Alt. 2; Stam. Clb. 3; S. B. 1*; B. B. Int. 1, 2, 3, 4; F. B. Int. 2; F. B. Vars. 3, 4; T. Vars.
3, 4; T. Mgr. 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; Chem. Asst. 3; "B" Co. Capt. 4; Usher Fash. Sh. 2; Pon-Amer.
"ffi Prog. 3; R.O.T.C. Cong. Dan. Comm. 4; Christmas Prog. Wk. 4; Vol. Dan. Comm. 4
RICHARD ANDREWS-"Dick" Ancon, Canal Zone
A happy heart makes a happy guy Can really move those feet on the dance floor.
SMINERVA JUDITH ANGULO-"Minin" Panama, R. de P.
Good natured and attractive-musically inclined.
Span. Clb. 3, 4; Mus. Clb. 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4; Mus. CIb. Secy. 4; V. 1, 2, 3, 4,; BkB. 2, 3, 4;
S. B. 2, 3; Ofc. Asst. 1, 4; Cl. Asst. 3; Fash. Show Couns. Asst. 2; R.O.T.C. Asst. 4; Mus. Clb.
Prog. 3, 4; Mus. Clb. Prog. Comm. 4; Solo Fash. Show 4




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ABBOTT ACKERMAN
ALBRITTON ALTMAN
ANDREWS ANGULO AZCARRAGA BACH
BARON BARR

FRANK AZCARRAGA-"Frankie" Panama City, R. de P. BAXTER BEAUCHAMP
Filled to the brim with laughs and overflowing with mirth . His "loco" habits just
can't be beat.
Henderson High School, Texas. H. H. Alt. 2; Latin CIb. 2; "B" Team Football 2; Castle
Heights Military Academy. Soccer Vars. 3; Span. Clb. 3; Band 3; Pvt. at Academy.
TIMOTHY JAMES BACH-"Tim" Ancon, Canal Zone
Motorcycle fan . lanky is the word for Tim .. a real pal with a grin that never seems
to fade.
Baseball 3; Basketball 3, 4; Football Int. 3, 4; Track 4; R.O.T.C.; 2nd Lt. 4
JOAN MARLENE BARON-"Jody" Hearne, Texas
Never a dull moment-as friendly as they come- eyes of blue and hair of gold.
H.R. Alt. 2; Prkt. 3, 4; Mk-up Ed. 4; N.H.S. 4; Referee's CIb. 3, 4; Biol Clb. 2, 3; Chem.
Clb. 3; V. B. 1, 2, 3, 4; S. B. 1, 2, 3; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; P. Sq. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 2, 3, 4; Gen.
Sci. Asst. 1; Cards & Announ. Comm. 4; Frosh Part. Comm. 1; Frosh Pic. Comm. 1; .. -.:"
N. S. P. A. Journeyman Awd. 3; Ref Awd. 3; Spts. Awd. 2, 3; Grad. Usher 3; Bacc. Cho. 3;
Tick. Seller 4; Usher 3
FRANCIS RICHARD BARR-"Dick" Palatka, Florida
Our earnest and wistful Dick . A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Stam. Clb. 1; Cam. Clb. 4; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Zon. Ad. Staff 4; Cords & Announ. Comm. 4;
Latham Foundation Awd. 2
LAMBERT OLIVER BAXTER-"Ted" Kingston, Jamaica, BWI.
Never a dull moment with this boy around . noted for his sharp remarks.
Prkt.; Cam. CIb.; 1 2; Biol. CIb. 2; Stam. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Chem. Clb. 3, 4; B. B.
1, 2, 3; Capt. 3; F. B. Int. 1, 2. 3, 4 Capt. 4; S. B. 1, 2; BkB. 1, 2, 3; Capt. 3; T. 3; Sp. on
Stmp. Clb. 4; Cho 1, 2; Sp. on Chem. CIb. 4; Chem. Asst. 3; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Maj. 4;
Drill Team 3, 4; Asst. Dr. Mas. 4; R.O.T.C. Usher Sq. 3, 4; Jr. Hi. F. B. Coach 4; Sr. Pic.
Comm. 4; Rifle Team 4; Latin Sh. 2; Pan-Amer Prog. 2
EDITH NORA BEAUCHAMP-"Edie" or "Bo" Albuquerque, New Mexico
A gal that can't be beat . .always up and ready . .cute clothes galore.
Zon. 4; Zon. Ad. Staff 3, 4; Lib. Asst. Clb. 1, 2; Referee's Clb. 3, 4; Cam. Clb. 1, 2, 3;
Rifle Clb. 4; Mus. CIb. 3, 4; S. B. 1; V. B. 2; Arch. 1; Pep Squad I, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Couns. Aid 2; Clinic Asst. 2; Grad. Usher 3; Bacc. Cho. 3;
Usher "Life of the Party" 4; Dram. 3, 4; Stg. "Life of the Party" 4; Prod. "Our Town" 3;
Frosh Class Pic. Comm. 1; Jr. Anth. 3; Fash. Sh. 4; Tick. Seller 3; Usher 4; Mus. Clb. Prog.
Usher 3, 4; Mus. CIb. Prog. Comm. 3, 4; Miami-Jack. Tick. Team 3 p

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NOLAN A. BISSELL JR.-"AI"
Itta-Bena, Miss.
A likeable lad with many a joke to tell . he and his scooter
are just like that.
Cam. Clb. 1, 2; Chess & Check. Clb. 2; Proi. Clb. 3, 4; B.B. 3;
Lab. Asst. 1; Sgt. of Grd., Usher Detail 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4;
M/Sgt. 4


BOYNTON BRODERICK
CASTELLANOS CHAMBONNET


BRYAN
CHATBURN


YOLANDA MARIA BULL--"Yola"
Panama, R. de P.
Efficient . lucky to know . handy with needle and thread.
H. R. Alt. 1; Mus. Clb 2, 3, 4; Span. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4;
BkB. 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1; Ofc. Asst. 4; Fash. Sh. 2, 3


Paces are ie and tde 4ook ace read .


GULLIERMO BOYD, JR.-"William"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Say it with music . one of a talented twosome . an easy
going guy.
Span. CIb. 2, 3, 4; Music Clb. Prog. 3, 4; Pan. Cult. Comm. 4; La
Salle College-Band 1

RAMON RICARDO BOYD-"Richard"
Panama City, R. de P.
The other half of a gifted pair . music in his fingertips and
a twinkle in his eye.
B.B. 1, 2, 3; S.B. 2; F.B. 2, 3, 4; BkB. 3; Orch. 3, 4; Span. Clb. 3
La Salle, R. de P. Battalion of "Joan of Arc"

MYRNA BOYNTON
Ancon, Canal Zone
A mischievous little nymph-we love her the way she is
H. R. Rep. 2; Prkt. & Zon. Ad Staff 4; Ints. 1, 2, 4; Pep Sq. 2, 4;
Cho. 1, 2; Clinic Asst. 2; Usher; S. H. Dance Comm. 2; Stg. 4

JAN DAVID BRODERICK-"Count Dino"
Indianapolis, Indiana
A little guy with big ideas . subtle sense of humour . a
mischievous way about him.
Acting 1, 2; Prkt. Ad. 1, 2, 3; Zon. Ad. 4; Letterman's Clb. 3, 4;
Rod. Clb. 1, 2; Cam. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas. 4; Chem. Clb. 4; Vars.
T. Mgr. 1, 2, 3; Vars. T. 4; Int. 2, 3; Sp. Cho. 4; Lib. Asst. 1, 2, 3;
R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Bn. Sgt./Maj. 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Christmas
Dance Comm. 3; Sr. Pic. Comm. 4; Jr. Anth. 3; Frosh Pic. Comm. 1;
Frosh Dan. Comm. 1; Soph. Pic. 2; Prod. & Stg. 1, 2, 3; Usher
2, 3, 4; Armed Forces Day 3. Cantwell Hi School, Los Angeles,
Calif. Cantwell Cardinal 2; Tumbl. Team 2; FB. Int. 2; CI. Rep.
Stu. Counc. 2

FRANK 0. BRYAN-"Frankie"
Panama City, R. de P.
Laughs away his time . rated "tops" with everyone . .
beats a puppy for friendliness.
H. R. Rep. 4; Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; FB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4;
R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3


K. JAYNE BUTLER-"K"
Butler, Pennsylvania
Keen wit . one of our six beautiful red headed seniors.
Butler High School. H. R. Vice-Prexy. 2; H. R. Pres. 3; Usher Clb.
1, 2, 3; One-Act Play Clb. 3; BkB.; Bowl.; Lib. Asst. 1; Clinic Asst.
3; Aft. Sch. Dan. Comm. 2, 3; Usher All Sch. Play 2, 3; Grad. &
Bacc. Usher 2, 3; Dram. 3

ROBERT CARLIN-"Bob"
Long Island, New York
A spontaneous laugh and a whacky wit sum up a really ter-
rific guy.
Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; BB. Int. 1, 2, 3; Vars. 4; BkB. Int. 1, 2, 3;
FB. Int. 1, 2, 3; Cho; Sp. Cho. 3, 4

CASILDA CASTELLANOS-"Cassy"
Panama, R. de P.
Pagan-like eyes-gracious in every way.
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cam. Clb. 1; VB. 1; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp.
Cho. 3, 4

MARGARITA CHAMBONNEtj"Margie"
Panama City, R. de P.
Her white skin agoinst,.r black hair is as a diamond on
black velvet. j
H. R. Rep. 3; Span. Cib. T', ,4; Secy. 2; Mus. Co. 1, 2; UnN.
CIb. 1, 2; VB. 2, 3; SB. 2, BkB. 4; Pep Sq. 'S, 4; Cho. 1;
Carn. Dan. Comm. 2; Mus. .sif. 1; Fash. Sh. 2; 1fh. 3

MABEL CHATBURN-"Mae"
Guayaquil, Ecuadc
A wonderful girl tc, r r.; pL -rr: I I,i smile.
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; VB. fB 1, 3, 4;
Pep Sq. 2 .





CRUISING DOWN THE RIVER . WELL DOWN
THE RIVER, ANYWAY.









JOYCE CHENALLOY
Panama City, R. de P.
Pleasant . a rare smile always to be treasured . we'd all love to have the grades
she gets.
Span. Clb 2, 4; Mus CIb. 2, 4; VB. 4; Lib. Asst. 4; Mus. Cb. Prog. 2, 4
RAY CLYMER
Ancon, Canal Zone
SHe's the quiet type, but he'll be remembered by all as a friend.
ROBERT JOSEPH CONNEELY, JR.-"Bob"
Proidence, R. I.
Surprising sense of humor . has quite an aversion to work-school work, that is ..
motorcyclist.
Stg., "Our Town," "Lady in the Dark," "Life of the Party" 3, 4; Speech & Dram. 4; Sw. 2, 4;


ARDEN LOU COOKE-"Ardie"
> Ancon, Canal Zone
She's one girl in a hundred . delicate features . .We'll walk a mile with you.
H. R. Alt. 3; Lib. Asst. CIb. 1, 2; VB. 1, 2, 4; SB. 1, 2, 4; Arch. 1, 2; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Chrldr. 4;
Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Pan Amer. Sp. Prog. 3; Grad. Usher 3
MANUEL A. CORDOVEZ, JR.-"Tonin"
Panama City, R. de P.
Knows his way around . having a good time is one of his hobbies . streamlined is
the word for Manuel
Span. CIb. 2, 3, 4; Sw. Vars. 3; BB. Int. 2, 3; BkB. 2, 3; FB. 2, 3, 4
MIRIAM TERESITA CORNEJO
Panama City, R. de P.
A classy Spanish lossy . tireless . stay as sweet as you are.
H. R. Alt. 1; VB. 1, 2, 4; Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; Corn. Dan. Comm. 2; Sp. Queen Ct. 4; Art CIb.
1; Ch. Ent. Comm. Corn. Dan. 2



.W1 'e twee ou eyes to te dreams aeWad

HENALLOY CLYMER
ONNEELY COOKE COULTHARD CRECELIU
ORDOVEZ CORNEJO CROOKS CROWDED

CROWDER CRUZ
JUDITH A. COULTHARD-"Jo"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Exceedingly different ... a great one for starting new ideas.

FLORENCE JANE CRECELIUS-"Flo"
Whitestone, Long Island, New York
A cute gal with a twinkling personality . remember that ivory complexion.
H. R. Rep. 1; H. R. Alt. 3; Cam. Clb 1; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; SB. 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Cho. 2; Sp. Cho. 3; Ofc. Asst. 3, 4; Stg. 4; Fash. Sh. 2, 3; Usher 1, 4; Frosh Pic. Comm. 1;
Ch. Ad. for Pic. I

JUDITH ARLENE CROOKS-"Judy"
Panama City, R. de P. .,
Sports ability personified and fun to be with . loves to chatter the live long day.
G.A.A. 4; Mus. CIb. I; BkB. 1, 2, 3", 4; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4*; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4*; Pep Sq. 2, 3, 4;
Band 2, 3, 4; Orch. 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1; S. H. Dan. Comm. 2;
Mus. Clb. Prog. 2, 3

JOAN RUTH CROWDER
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
A diminutive bundle of charm . carefree and happy.
Prkt. 3; SB. Capt. 3; Ofc. Asst. 4; R.O.T.C. Asst. 4

JOYCE ANN CROWDER
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
There is laughter on her lips and devilry in her eyes . gets along with everyone.
Sp. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; VB. 2, 3, 4; SB. 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Cho. 2; Ofc. Asst. 4

HENRY F. CRUZ-"Pepe"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A winner in every way . his smooth pace on the mile run is reflected in his perfect
smoothness on the dance floor.
H. R. Alt. 1; Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; Biol. Clb. Vice-Prexy. 3; Sw. Vars. 1, 2, 3, 4; WP.
1", 2, 3, 4; Track 1*, 2, 3, 4; BkB. Int. Capt. 1; FB. Int. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 2; BB. 1, 2; Cho. ;
2, 3; Sp. Cho. 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3; M/Sgt.; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; R.O.T.C. Usher 3;
R.O.T.C. New Yrs. Dan. Comm. 4.


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ROBERT E. DAISEY-"Bob"
Selbyville, Delaware
Another Gamboa guy with that Gamboa temperament-some
fun when you get to know him.
Camera CIb. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Master Sgt.

RAYMOND DAVIDSON, JR.-"Jr."
Panama City, Florida
Our extra super prexy . bashful around the girls. Dern it!
S. a streak on the tennis court.
H. R. Rep. 1; S. A. Rep. 3; H. R. Rep. 3; Class Pres. 4; Prkt. 4;
N.H.S. 3, 4; Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; JV. 2; Vars. 3, 4;
FB. Vars. 3; Track 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3; SFC. 3
ALBERT DEGENAAR-"AI"
-It j-. New York
Quiet and shy, but quite a guy . his spirit behind our team
showed in their playing.
BB. Int. 2, 3, 4; BkB. Int. 3. 4; FB. Int. 3, 4; T. Vars. 4; BkB. Mgr.
4; Lib. Asst. 1; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Sgt. 4; R.O.T.C. Usher Sq. 3, 4
MARIE J. DiBELLA
Ancon, Canal Zone
Marie's good looks, friendliness, gaiety, and sweet personality
have won her many friends in B.H.S.
H. R. Rep. 4; Stg. & Prod. 4; VB. 3, 4; SB. 3; Perp Sq. 3; Ofc. Asst.
3; R.O.T.C. Co "C" Spans. 4; Grad. Usher 3; Usher 4; Sr. Pic.
Comm. 4; Football Jamboree Queen 4; St. Francis School 1, 2
DAVID E. DICKSON, JR.-"Dabby"
New Kensington, Pennsylvania
Loaded with laughs and full of fun, that's our Dabby .
hunts-we wonder for what.


"Oh, I'M NOT VERY HUNGRYI!"


ROBERT EMMETT DOLAN-" Pob"
Asbury Parl tJN~ Jl:e,'
He's a guy .,r~. :. : 16u. ::.,,-I .., ,
possible to count .. IErid, -d -
Letterman's Clb, I7 r. ._ B3 L .
Track 3, 4; FB-'3 W r'c '
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WILLIAM TENEYCK ELN R "Bill"
Brooklyn, Ne-, i 1
Miniature Bls. I I, ,/ your heart
... penetrating I,
H. R. Alt. 2, 4; Track p. Banq. 3, T. 3; Cpl.; Stg.
Mgr. 2; "Our Town" t. Comm. 2, 3

WILLIAM J. ELTON-"Bill" I
Reading, Pennsylvania
Shooting high, but he'll make it . intriguing eyes and fas-
cinating smile.
H. R. Rep. 2; H. R. Alt. 3; Prkt. 3; N.H.S. 4; Chem. Clb. 3; Biol.
Clb. 2; Rad. Clb. 1; FB. Vars. 4; Int. 1, 2, 3; Sp. Cho. 4; Gen.
Sci. Asst. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sgt. 4; Jr. Anth. 3; Sr. Pic. Comm. 4

RODNEY ELY-"Rod"
Panama City, R. de P.
Curly locks . nonchalant and casual . a personality
that's distinctly different.
BB. 2, 3, 4; FB. 2, 3; Vars. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; BkB. 3, 4; R.O.T.C
2, 3, 4; Sgt. 4. English High School, Boston, Mass. Jr. Vars. 1;
Ice Hockey 1; Soccer 1


S4e estate as we p, tnn of fiende we kow


Prkt. 1; Sw. 2; Int. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt.; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3;
R.O.T.C. Awards Ball 1, 2, 3; Dis. Cont. First Aid Team 4; Cam.
Clb. 4; Lib. Asst. 2, 3

RICHARD E. DILLMAN-"Dick"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Dick's our proof that brains and brawn do mix . a real
credit to B.H.S.
Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; FB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; FB. All-
Stars 1; FB. Hon. Capt. 4


DAISEY DAVIDSON DEGENAAR
DOLAN ELMENDORF ELTON


CYNTHIA GRACE EVARTS-"Skeeter"
Colon, R. de P.
Gentlemen prefer blonds and our Cynthia can fill that quali-
fication.
Mus. CIb. 3; VB. 2; Pep Sq. 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 3; Lib.
Asst. 1, 2, 3; Mus. CIb. Prog. Comm. 3
MURRAY FALK-"Baracuda"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Dazzling smile that gets the girls snappy dresser ..
oooh, so good looking.
Dram. 1, 3, 4; Prkt. Busi. Mgr. 4; B.H.S. Wkshop 1; Sw. 3; FB. Int.
1, 3; Orch. 1, 3, 4; Gen. Sci. Asst. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 3, 4; Lt. 4; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. Comm. 3; Stg. 3; Fash. Show Orch. 4. Greenbrier Military
School Inter-Co. SB. 2; Dance Orch. 2


DiBELLA
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DICKSON
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SHEILA ANN FEARON-"She" Panama Ciiy, R. de P.
Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes .never a sour word, but always something pleasant
to say.
H. R. Alt. 2; Zon. 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2; Cho. 1, 2, 4;
Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm. 3; Cards & Announ. Comm. 4; Zon. Ad Seller 4; Girl's State 3
HELIANA GENELLA FILOS Panama City, R. de P.
Heliana and her talking violin have held many people spellbound.
H. R. Rep. 4; Prkt. Lit. Ed. 4; N. H. S. 4; Span. CIb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Prexy 2; Secy. 4; Mus.
CIb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; U. N. CIb. 3, 4; Secy. 4; VB. 1, 3, 4; BkB. 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Orch.
-, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fash. Show 2, 3; Sp. Clb. Pic. Comm.; Mus. Clb. Prog. Comm. 3, 4; Usher Play 3;
Mus. CIb. Prog. Usher 4; Mus. CIb. Prog. 1, 2, 3; Girl's State 3; Observer & Major of City;
Cap & Gown Comm. 4
LILIA D. FLORES-"Lil" Ancon, Canal Zone
A talented songstress . sweet in every way . smiling eyes.
Mus. CIb. 3, 4; Referee's Club. 4; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2,
3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 4; Fash. Show 2, 3; Usher 4; Girl's State Sen.
3; Bacc. Cho. 3; Mus. CIb. Prog. 3, 4; Sp. Cho. Trio 4
f" AUGUSTINE FONSECA, JR-"Papito" Ancon, Canal Zone
Maliante . wisecracks galore . keeps us in stitches the whole day long.
I Biol. Clb. 2; Span. Clb. 2, 3, 4; BB. Int. 1, 2, 3, 4; W P. 1, 2; BkB. 1, 2; FB. Int. 1, 2, 3, 4;
S**. SB. 1, 2; Cho. 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Grd. Detail 4; Cpl.; Rif. Team 3, 4; Drill Team 4;
S. A. Usher 2, 3; Sp. Clb. Prog. 4

GLADYS FULVIA FONSECA-"Yayi" Ancon, Canal Zone
Fascinating dancer . vivacious . flashy clothes.
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2; SB. 4; Prod. "Life of the Party" 4; Cho. 2
HENRY FORD Panama, R. de P.
Always knows just the right thing to say . outstanding example of charm and sincerity.




R U w0e in tidci tecne

FEARON FILOS
FLORES FONSECA
FOSTER FOX
FONSECA FORD
FRANK FRAZIER
FULLER FULLER


PATRICIA ANN FOSTER-"Patrit" Middletown, New York
An endless talker that is as neighborly as they come.
Stg. 4; Sp. 4; Zon. Ad. Seller 4; Referee's CIb. 3; Biol. Clb. 3; Chess & Check. Clb. 1; VB. 1
1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; Arch. 1; Spts. Awd. 1, 2; Ref. Awd. 3; Crus. for
Free. 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Ofc Asst. 1, 2. 4; Lab. Asst. 3;
Usher 4; Fash. Show 3, 4; Mus. Prog. 1, 2, 3, 4; Buddy Poppy Seller 2

GERALD F. FOX-"Foxy" Peoria, Illinois
Laugh and the world laughs with you, was written for our Jerry he gets a kick
out of life and we get a kick out of him
Letterman's Clb. 4; FB. All-Stars 1; Int. 2; Vars. 3, 4; BkB. Int. 4; Track Vars. 3, 4; R.O.T.C.
1, 2

IRWIN ZANE FRANK-"Humphrey" Ancon, Canal Zone
Our versatile president of the S. A ... put him to work on a job and you know it will
be done well . one-man band.
Jr. Pres. 3; H.R. Rep. 3; S. A. Pres. 4; Dran. 4; N.H.S. 4; Biol. Clb. 2; Letterman's Clb.
2, 3, 4; T. Vors. 2, 3, 4; Cls. B. Track 1; FB. Vars. 3, 4; FB. All-Stars 1; JV BB. 3; Band 1, 2,
3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 4; Jr. Anth. 3; Fash. Show Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Deep Sea Dan. Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq 3; S. H. Dan. Comm. 2

POLLY ANN FRAZIER-"Leeche" Nashville, Tenn.
Gift of gab . boundless energy . never sits still one minute.
Dram. 3; Prkt. Ad Staff 4; VB. 1, 3; SW. 3; Mgr. 3; BkB. 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Lib. Asst. 1; Ofc.
Asst. 2, 4; Drama Asst. 3; Coun. Asst. 4; Mus. Asst. 2; S. H. Dan. Comm. 2; Buddy Poppy
Seller 2; Prod. 3; Stg. 3; Vis. Day Usher 3; Grad. Usher 3; Jr. Anth. 3; Frosh Anth. 1; Orphan-
age Comm. 3; Girl's State City Clerk 3

JOSEPH LYLE FULLER-"Joe" Panama City, R. de P.
Outstanding marksman . a regular guy and as dependable as they come. -
Dram.-Stg. 3, 4; Radio Clb. I, 2; Cam. Clb. 1; SW. 4; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 3; Lib.
Asst. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 4; Dr:ll Team 2, 3, 4; Usher Sq. 4; Int. 1, 2. 3
NANCY CORA FULLER Halifax, Mass.
The wonderful humorist of B.H.S. who kept the chorus class in hysterics.
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Chorus 3

































GODBY
HALMAN


ANNA KATHRYN GALLOWAY Mercedes, Texas
On the ladder of success peaches and cream complexion
good looks too.


VB. 1, 2 3 4 ; Capt. 1, 2, 3, 4,; BkB. 1 2", 3, 4; Copt. 2, 3;
SB. 1, 2-, 3 4' Capt. 1, 2, 3; Chrldr. 2. 3. 4; Capt. 4; Pep


We want t rwememe& tde days from Seatemwer to eatly io ame


Dram. 3; Sp. Party 3; Stg. Mgr. 3; Cast. Dir. 3; Prkt. 3, 4; Ed. 4;
Biol. Clb. 2; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Couns. Asst. 2; Ofc. Asst. 3; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. Comm. 3; S. H. Dan. Comm. 2; Cards & Announ. Comm. 4; Jr.
Anth. 3; NSPA 3; Stg. Mgr. Awd. 3; Usher 3, 4; Grad. Usher 3

IVAN R. GARCIA Panama City. R. de P.
Loco Latin ways that we all like . Ivan's a real buddy to
each and every one.
H. R. Rep. 4; Spanish Clb. 3, 4; Camera Clb. 4; Chorus 1, 2

FRIEDA MARIA GFELLER Limon, Costa Rica
Flaming red hair . quite a dah'ling accent.
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Library Asst. 1; Fashion Show 3, 4

JANET JACQUETTE GIBBS Detroit, Michigan
Full of quiet charm . easy to get along with.
Mus. CIb. 3; Referee's Clb. 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4;
VB. 1, 2, 3*, 4*; Pep Sq. 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Spec. Cho. 3, 4;
Val. Dan. Comm. 4; Jr. Anth. 3; Bacc. Cho. 3

JOAN BEVERLY GIBSON-"Joanie" Ancon, Canal Zone
Always ready with a quick comeback ... a sarcastic humor.
"Lady in the Dark" 3; "Life of the Party" 4; Busi. Mgr. 3; VB.
1", 2*, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3. 4; Arch. 1, 2; Pep Sq. 2;
Eand 1, 2; Ofc. Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Don. Comm. 3; Sp. Banq.
3; Biol. Clb. 2
GAIL CLAIR GODBY-"Mary Gail" Hurricane, Utah
Strong but not so silent . friends with the world . a marvel
of stamina on the football field.
S. A. Vice-Pres. 3; H. R. Rep. 1, 2; Frosh Play 1; Dram. 4; Letter-
man's Clb. 2, 3, 4; BB. Vars. 1; FB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; T. Vars. 1, 2, 3, 4;
BB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; All Zone FB. 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3;
Sp. Cho. 2, 3; Christmas Dan. Comm. Ch. 3; Val. Dan. Comm. Ch.
4; S. H. Dan. Comm. 2; Mstr. of Ceremony; Frosh Pic. Comm. 1;
Soph. Pic. Comm. 2; Treas. Letterman's Clb. 4; Stud. Crt. Comm.
Ch. 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 4

COILA JOY GOODIN-"Gee" Boulder City, Nevada
An outstanding leader . never too busy to help the next
person . loads of imagination and initiative . .good mixer.
H. R. Rep. 1, 2, 3; S. A. Rep. 1; Dram. 2; Zon. 3, 4; Zon. Ed. 4;
N.H.S. 3, 4; G.A.A. Secy.-Treas. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Debat. Clb. 3;


Sq. 1; Cho. 2, 3, 4; Ofc. Asst. 3; R.O.T.C. Bat. Spons. 4; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. Comm. Ch. 3; Fash. Sh. 3, 4; Frosh Pic. Comm. Ch. 1; Sph.
Pic. Comm. Ch. 2; Usher 1, 4; G.A.A. Dan. 2, 4; Inaug. Dan. 3;
Orphan Comm. 3; BHS Handbook 3; Girl's State Sen. 3; T. Queen
2; Banq. Bugle 3; Vol. Ct. 1, 2; Spts. Awd. 1, 2, 3; Quill & Scroll
3; Frosh Party Comm. 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; Grad. Usher 3; Stg.
1, 2; Ad. Sel. 3, 4; Ref. CIb. 3; Msc. Prog. 4
PATRICIA LEE GOTT-"Pat"
Jacksonville, Florida
Trim and alluring . one of our beauties in the Fashion Show
. always on the happy side.
Rifle Clb. 4; Library Asst. 4; Fashion Show 4; Valentine Dance
Comm. 4; Valentine Court 4

HAZEL NETTA GRIFFITH
Colon, R. de P.
We'll never forget her marvelous acting .ideal pal.
"Our Town" 3; "Lady in the Dark" 3; "Life of the Party" 4; Pep
Sq. 2, 3; Ofc. Asst. 4; Stg.-Pro. 2, 4. Cristobal High School. "What
a Life" 1; "Jenny Kissed Me" 2; VB. 2; Badm. 2; BkB. 2; SB. 2

GEORGIANA K. HALE-"Georgie"
Syracuse, New York
A model example of someone who's as prett/as a picture .
flirtatious eyes.
Span. Clb. 3; VB. Int. 3; Pep Sq. 4; Clinic Asst. ; R.O.T.C. Asst.
3; Jr. Anth. 3; Valentine Queen 4; V.':. hr,;, : ;e L e High School
Arlington, Va. Class President I 0 -.

RICHARD LEON HALL-"Dick" G
Ancon, Canal Zone 1
Easy to know and fun to bepih h as an O. K.
guy. ,
FB. Int. 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. BB. 3 S L B. l 4;
Orch 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; IA l cl0 r .,. 3

JERRY HALMAN-"Coballito" i
Panama City, R. de P. i
Our top notch second base anI
with baseball in his blood.
Span. Clb. 2; Letterman's Cb. 2, 3 4;
4; BB. All-Stars 2, 3; Track Vars! ,
CAUGHT IN THE ACT!!!
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/ GERALD HAMILTON HALSALL-"Jerry" Philadelphia, Penn.

BkB. Vars. 1, 2; BB. Vars. 3, 4; Track 4; All Zone BB. Team 3; Letterman's CIb. 3, 4;
R.O.T.C. 1


ILEANA MAE HANSON-"Mae" Panama City, R. de P.
11V Temperamental . .a whiz in American Problems . black silky tresses,
.,, Com. Clb. 1; Biol. CIb. 2; SB. 1, 2, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 4; VB. 1, 2, 4; Pep Sq. 2; Latin Win.
Display 2; Latin Fash. Sh. 2; Latin Banq. 2



'JEAN LOUISE HARRIS-"Butch" San Diego, Calif.
Curly locks .. easy going but still happy go lucky.
Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Ofc Asst. 4; Grad. Usher 3; Zon. Ad Seller 4


LEONA M. HART Ancon, Canal Zone
A friendly girl who helps keep "the school fires burning" with her up and at 'em vitality.
S. A. Secy. 4; Jr. Secy. 3; H. R. Alt. 2; R. R. Rep. 3; Zon. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-Prexy. 4;
L VB. 1I, 2*, 3*, 4*; Capt.; BkB. 1, 2 3, 4; Capt.; SB. 1*, 2', 3*, 4 ; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho.
1, 2, 3, 4; Stg9. 2; Marsh. Grad 3; S. H. Dan. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Deep Sea Dan. 3; Inaug.
Dan. Comm. Ch. 4; Cards & Announ. Ch. 4; Awds. Day Prog. 4; 10th Anniv. BHS Prog. 4


CARMEN M. HATCHER Memphis, Tenn.
S Quite the coy miss ... a friend to all and a foe to none.
Speech 3; Baseball 1, 2; Library Assistant 4


ROBERT JAMES HENTSCHEL-"Bob" Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y.
Nutty as a fruitcake . his remarks keep us rocking on our heels, with laughter.
j- Prkt. 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; M/Sgt. 4; Valentine Dan. Comm. 4; General Assembly Comm. 4

HALSALL HANSON
HARRIS HART HERRING HERRING
HATCHER HENTSCHEL HINCAPIE HOLLAND
HUTCHINGS JARAMILLO

'erew to t(e times we ew, a mide, a dsoft goodbye


LEON DAUGHTRY HERRING-"Lee" Philadelphia, Penn.
Lankily he lazes through BHS . excels in Basketball . that "sleepy" look.
Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; FB. 2, 3; BkB. 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 1

PAUL EDWARD HERRING-"Fish" Ancon, Canal Zone
Lots of room between his head and his toes . slow motion personified.
R.OT.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sgt, 1st Class; Jr. Anthology 3

FANIA DEL ROSARIO HINCAPIE-"Fanny" Panama City, R. de P.
Dark-haired, dark-eyed nightingale . captivating charms.
Prod. 3; Span. Clb. 2, 3, 4; U. N. Clb. 2; BkB. 2, 3, 4; VB. 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Lib. Asst.
3; N.H.S. Prog. solo 3; Mus. Clb. Prog. 3; Span. Prog. 4. Villa Maria Convent-Montreal
Canada. BkB. Co-Capt; Skiing Team; Skating Team

SHIRLEY B. HOLLAND-"Rocky" Miami, Florida
She must have read the book "How to Win Friends and Influence People."
Speech Prog. 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Chorus 3, 4; Lib. Asst. I

JACQUELYN R. HUTCH;NGS-"Jacque" or "Hutch" Colon, R. de P.
A shrewd little devil ... plenty of pep and wit to spare . one we'll not forg.t.
H. R. Alt. 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Biol. Clb. 2; Secy. 2; Ath. Coun. 4; Secy. 4; VB. 1,
2*, 3', 4'; BkB. 1, 2, 3*, 4; SB. 1, 2*, 3 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Orch. 1, 2, 3; Cho.
1, 2, 3; Ofc. Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Vol. Dan. Comm. 4; Ushers 4; Frosh Pic.
Comm. 1; S. H. Dan. Comm. 2; Inaug. 4

CARLOS D. JARAMILLO-"Toto" Panama City, R. de P.
Loaded with that Latin "oomph"! . there's no one like our Carlos.
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 4; SW. Vars. 1, 2, 3, 4; WP. All-Stars 1, 2; BB. Int. 1, 2, 3, 4; FB. Int.
1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2; Gen. Sci. Asst. 1; RO.TC. Pfc.; Ch. Span. Clb.; Pic. Comm. 4; Ch. Span
CIb, Prog. 4 ..








GILMORE A. JONES-"Gil"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Always laughing, always a friend to everyone . rhythm in
his feet.
FB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BB. 1, 2, 3; WP. 1, 2, 3; Vars. Track
3; R.O.T.C. 1, 2

LOWELL RUSSELL JONES-"Jonesy"
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
A jovial fellow . he and his Indian are a close twosome.
H. R. Alt. 2; Proj. Clb. 3, 4; WP. 1; Lab. Asst. 1; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4;
Sgt. 4

THOMAS W. JORDAN-"Tom"
Ancon, Canal Zone
That's what I like about the south!
Camera Clb. 3,4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet M/Sgt. 4

SHIRLEY MAE KARST-"Shirl"
Bellingham, Washington
Definitely snappy . the apple of anyone's eye . takes
everything with a smile.
Biol. CIb. 2; VB. 1, 2, 3, :4; Capt. 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Sp. Play 3; Pep Sqd. 2, 3; Chrldr. 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ofc. Asst. 4;
Stg. & Prod. 3; Usher 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Zonian Adv. 4; Sp. Party
Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Sports Award 2

EDGAR MICHEAL KOURANY-"Eddie or Heckle"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A whiz on the basketball court .. his winning smile and sunny
disposition have made him one we'll all remember.
Pres. 2; H. R. Rep. 1; H. R. Alt. 3; Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; Span.
Club. 1; FB. All-Stars 1; BkB. All-Stars 1; Track 1; BB. Vars.
2, 3, 4; T. Vars. 2, 3, 4; BkB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2; Corn. Prog.
1; Jr. Anth. 3; Usher; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Hon. Capt.
BkB. Vars. 4


JOHN PARKMAN LADD-"Big John" 3:01 P.M.
Lakewood, C'hc,
We'll miss this e n-t d carefree lad . in the groove,
especially on th art br.
BB. 1, 2, 3; FB. 1, B.b I 2,-3, 4; WP. 1, 2; C t 4;
M/Sgt. 4; Usher I

FRED H. LEE, JR. y
Colon, R. de P.
All his roads I t access . I .
lies a dynamo ml r ,
H. R. Rep. 2, 4; N 3" I BkB. 1 2 2, 3;
Cho. 1, 2, 3; Spi, ,(' O. T r 1t : / .S d'llawkins
Comm. 2; Soph. ., "', 'r, ... fl. 3; .'Anth 3;
Bacc. & Grad. U. J :' .nLn s. Mgr. 4; R.O.T.C.
Drill Team, 2, 3, Driving Cl Chair. 4; Cap & Gown
Comm. 4 Gw

ELIZABETH ANN L CKRID.L)-









MARIE TAERESA LO Z--JTeresita'


Chorus 1, 2, 3; Library Assistant 1, 2


EDNA LORA
Bejuco, R. de P.
As gentle as a lamb


tiny and enticing.


evew a eer for yaw, OUd a/odea i


OSCAR GABRIEL KOURANY-"Jeckel"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A casual attitude and super ways . basketball sharpy .
our friendship winner.
Vice-Pres. 1; Letterman's CIb. 3, 4; Span. Clb. 1; FB. "B" All-Stars
1; SB. "B" All-Stars 1; T. "B" All-Stars 1; BkB. "B" All Stars 1;
BB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; T. Vars. 2, 3, 4; BkB. Vars. 2, 3, 4; Mus. Clb.;
R.O.T.C. Pfc. 3; Jr. Anth. 3; Usher


JONES


JONES


JORDAN


JACK B. LOVE-"Doddy Rabbit"
El Paso, Texas
Out to make the world a better place to laugh in . He's
caught many a girl on his hook with his line.
Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; FB. 1, 2, 4; Vars. 4; BkB. 1, 2, 4; WP. I, 2;
BB. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vars. 1, 2, 3; T. 1, 2


KARST


KOURANY


KOURANY


LOCKRIDGE LOPEZ LORA


LADD LEE


LOVE








MARGUERITE ANN LOWE-"Peggy"
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Efficient and Sweet . Peggy is really neat!
Zonian Ad Seller 3, 4; Mus. Lb. 4; Volleyball 1; Pep Sqd. 2, 3, 4; Chorus i, 2, 3, 4;
Spec. Cho. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Lab. Asst. 2; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Grad. Usher 3; Usher 2, 4;
Music Cib. Comm. 3; Music Clb. Usher 3, 4
JOAN MILDRED MacLEAN
Cleveland, Ohio
Aspires to song . on effervescent manner with a personality all her own.
U M \ Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Pep Squad 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
Jr 1. ls Special Chorus 4
PAULINE JANE MADISON-"Janie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Always doing something and always in demand.
H. R. Rep. 3; Dramatics 3; School Paper 3; Biol. CIb. 2; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1,2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2,
3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Ofc. Asst. 4; Clinic Asst. 1, 2; Fashion Show 2;
Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Zonian Adv. 4

JANE BOWLING MALLAN-"Janie"
Washington, D. C.
BHS's own Powers' model . another Mallan we're all crazy about.
Vice-Pres. 2; H. R. Rep. 1; H. R. Alt. 4; Brownell Bells; Latin Clb. 1; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; VB.
1, 2, 3; SB. 2, 3; Pep Sqd. 3; Chorus 2, 4; Office Asst. 4; Christmas Decoration 1, 2; Usher 4;
Hockey All Star 1, 2; SW. All Star 1, 2, 3; Central High, Omaha, Nebraska; Brownell Hall,
Omaha, Nebraska.

CARMEN MARIA MAN-"Tita"
Ancon, Canal Zone
w JBrains and sparkle popped up on us mid-year,
H. R. Alt. 3; Spanish Clb. 1, 2, 4; Music Clb. 2, 4; BkB. 2; VB. 4; SB. 4; Spanish CIb. Dance
2; Music Clb. Program 2, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 4; Spanish CIb. Assistant Secretary 2, 4



VI 7V We waoire and we played, we fargt and ewe made

LOWE MacLEAN
MADISON MALLAN MARCH MATHEWS
MAN MAPHIS MAY MAYHEW
McILHENNY McKEE
SAM WELLINGTON MAPHIS-"Big Sam" Ancon, Canal Zone
Can't help being popular . looks smooth, talks smooth, is smooth.
Vice-Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4; H. R. Rep. 3, 4; Acting 3, 4; Letterman's CIb. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 3; FB.
1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Bond I, 2, 3. 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Cadet Col. Battalion Commander 4; M. C. Fashion Show 4; Producing & Staging 3
JOANNA MARCH Washington, D. C.
Demure young lady . genial as the day is long.
Pep Squad 4; Chorus 3, 4; Lawton High School, Lawton, Oklahoma, National Honor So-
ciety 2; Spanish CIb. 3; Latin CIb. 2, 3; Wolverettes 2, 3; Washington, D. C., General
Science Clb. i; Latin CIb. 1
ARBULIN VIOLA MATHEWS-"Arby" El Volcan, Chiriqui
A friendly manner to all around her . Arby's sugar.
Miami Jackson vs. BHS ticket seller 3; Music Clb. 3, 4; Spanish Clb. 1, 2, 3; Camera CIb.
1, 2; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spec. Cho.
I 2 3; Counselor's Asst. 4
ROBERT MAY-"Bob"
Cristobal Canal Zone
Definitely a ladies' man . has that certon something that attracts.

MARGARET BUTLER MAYHEW-"Peggy"
Jacksonville, Florida
Her sunny disposition and amiable ways make her a welcome newcomer to B.H.S.
Field Hockey 1; Foreign Schools Program 3; United Notions Program 3

DAVID WALTER MclLHENNY-"Mac"
Cleveloand, Ohio
Dry wit ... has enough devilishness to supply B.H.S. forever.
H. R. Rep. 1; H. R. Alt. 4; S A Alt 4; Letterman's Clb 4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4;
Water Polo Varsity 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Ist Lt. 4; Senior Ring Comm. 4

MARCUS R. McKee-"the Helmet"
Portsmouth, Ohio
Always grinning, always winning . a miniature Charles Atlas ... There's no substitute
for Mark.
Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity 4; Baseball 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track Varsity 3, 4; R.O.T.C.
Cadet Pfc. 4

































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METIVIER MORENO
OSTREA DE PAREDES


MICHAEL McNEVIN-"Mike" Chicago, Illinois
Can claim top honors in dramatic ability
looking with that ever-ready smile.


Comm. 4; Polio Drive 4; Orphan Drive Comm. 4; Fashion Show 4;
tall 'n good- 10th Anniversary Comm. 4; Bacc, & Grad. Usher 3; Dolly Madi-
son Jr. High; "Green Hornet" 1; SB. Vars. 1


Awed we'e poud of tAe 'fo we've done


S. A. Rep. 1; H. R. Alt. 1; H. R. Rep. 2, 4; Class Treas. 3; Acting
1, 2, 3, 4; Staging 1, 2, 3, 4; Producing 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4;
Pres. 4; U. N. Clb. 1 2, 3; Hi. Sch. Wk. Shop 1; FB. 1, 2, 3;
BkB. 1, 2, 3; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Capt. 4; Best Pit. Ldr. 3;
Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Christmas Dance Comm. 3; Jr.
Ring Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm. 3; Valentine Dance Comm. 4;
R.O.T.C. Drill Team 3, 4; Frosh. Pic. 1; Congo Dance Comm. 4;
R.O.T.C. Usher 1, 2, 3; S. A. Rm. Comm. 4; Orphan Dr;ve Comm. 4

VELMA MEDINA-"Vel" Ancsn, Canal Zone
Where there's Velma there's fun . a likeable lass,
Camera CIb. 4; Referees Clb. 4; VB. 1, 2, 4; BkB. 1 ,2, 4; SB. 1, 2,
4; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 4; Lib. Asst. 1, 4; Zonian Ad. Seller 4

CARL R. MEISSNER-"Tubby" San Francisco, California
One in a million . has a dangerous weapon against serious
moments. A contagious laugh that's as catching as mumps.
Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; Spec. Cho. 2, 3; Cho.
1, 2, 3; Lib. Asst. 2; R.O.T.C. I; Staging for "Lady in the Dark" 3
GUSTAVO ADOLFO MELLANDER-"Gus" Los Angeles, California
We have our own way of spelling friendliness-GUS . his
witty and winsome ways keeps us laughing through the day.
Cam. CIb. 1, 2, 3; Stamp CIb. 3; Rad. CIb. 1; Chess & Check 1;
Span. Clb. 4; U. N. CIb. 3; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Pres. Lib. Asst. Clb. 1;
R.O.T.C. SFC. 4
ROBERT EMMETT METIVIER-"Bob" Ancon, Canal Zone
Little, but in stature only . a super personality that's strictly
his own.
Asst. Elect. "Life of the Party" 4; Sp. & Dram. 4; BB. 1, 2, 3; BkB.
1, 2, 3, 4; FB. 1, 2, 3, 4; WP. 1, 3; T. 3; SW. Vars. 4
ROSARIO MORENO C. Panama, R. de P.
Luscious, long eyelashes, beautiful eyes-a lovely girl with class'
Spanish Clb. 2, 4; Treas. 4; Music Clb. 4; Camera Clb. 2; Fashior.
Show 2, 4
MARY ADELIA MORLEY-"Dish" Lincoln, Nebraska
Possesses all the antics of a circus clown . laughter is he
priceless cure-all.
H. R. Rep. 4; Acting 4; Usher 3; Zonian 4; Biol. Clb. 2; Zon
Adv. 4; Camera Clb. 2; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1,2, 3, 4
Pep Sqd. 2, 3; Lib. Asst. 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Jr.
Sr. Banq. Comm. 3; Christmas Dance Comm. 3; Valentine Dance


ANNE MORRILL
High Point, North Carolina
A giggling school girl who knows how to cut classes and get
away with it . originality and how!
H. R. Rep. 2; S. A. Rep. 2; Acting 4; Zonian 4; BkB. 1, 2, 4;
Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; Ofc Asst. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sadie
Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Fashion Show 2, 3; Grad. Marshall 3;
Girl's State Governor 3; Rep. to Girl's Nation 3; Usher 1; S. A.
Rm. Comm. 4; Sr. Pic. Comm, 4; Soph. Party Comm. 2; Reporter
for P. A. 4; Art for Fashion Show 3

H. MELVIN MEYER-"Mel"
Cincinnati, Ohio
Practical prankster . full of grins . Gummo-izes every-
thing.
FB. 2; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Cpl. 4; Radio Club 1, 2, 3; R.O.T.C. Usher 2

CLAUDIA DELL NOLAN-"Tibby"
New Orleans, Louisiana
She has the spark that helps ignite life in B.H.S . she walks
in a wake of long low whistles.
H. R. Alt. 3; Ad. Seller 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; VB. 1, 2, 3*, 4; SB. 1, 2,
3*, 4 ; BkB. 1, 2, 3*, 4; Pep Sqd. 3; ,hrldr. 4; Cho. 2; Coun-
selor's Asst. 2; R.O.T.C. Sponsor L....PI: C..T.,, 1; Jr.-$r. Banq.
C: i, ."l-_ntine Court 3; T.' ., c'eer. d. 3;
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S GLADYS MARIA PASAMANTE-"Pee Wee"
Ancon, Canal Zone
The best things come in small packages
Spanish Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera CIb. 1, 2, 3; Referee's Clb. 4; U. N. Clb. 4; Intramurals
1, 2, 3; Pep Sqd. 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Clinic Asst. 3; R.O.T.C. Office Asst. 4

KENNETH MAURICE PITMAN-"Ken"
Colon, R. de P.
Never at a loss for something to say . everybody's buddy.
H. R. Rep. 2; Dram. 3, 4; FB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BB. 2, 3; SB. 2, 3; WP. 1, 2, 3; BkB. 2; Cho. 1. 2, 3, 4;
Music Clb. 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 1st Lt. 4; Zonian Adv. 4; R.O.T.C. New Year's Dance Comm. 4

JACOB PLICET JR.-"Jake"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Leader of our snappy drill team . the team's perfect performance reflects Jake's hard-
working and ambitious personality.
H. R. Alt. 4; BB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; FB. 1, 2; Cho, 1, 2; R.O.T.C. Capt. 4; Drill Team
I. F 2, 3, 4; Leader 4; R.O.T.C. Usher 4; Camera Clb. 1, 2; Chem. Clb. 3; Stamp CIb. 3

JOHN ROBERT RANSON-"Buddy"
Tallahassee, Florida
HAnother mixture of sports and intellectual ability . Buddy's goal is a high one.
k iFootball Varsity 4; Track Varsity 4; Chorus 3; Library Assistant 4

MARCO ANTONIO RAUDALES-PLANAS, JR.-"Raudy"
San Francisco, California
V" Talks a blue streak and friendly as a puppy.
Spanish CIb. 3, 4; United Notions Clb. 2, 3; BkB. Varsity 3; BkB. 4

FRED L. RAYBOURNE, JR.-"Chief"
A Carbondale, Illinois
Out to get the best out of life and he's the one to do it.
Letterman's Clb. 2, 3, 4; BB. Vars. 3, 4; BkB. Vars. 3, 4; FB. Vars. 2, 3; T. Vars. 1, 2, 3, 4;
S Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Sgt. 3; Christmas Dance Comm. 3

PASAMANTE PITMAN
PLICET RANSON RETTALLY RILEY
RAUDALES-PLANAS RAYBOURNE RINALDO RIVET
SUNGO ROMERO


6e come to tde end at taut. 4g Sedoot dae are past



NORMA THELMA RETTALLY Panama, R. de P.
Another treasured gift from Panama . .
Spanish Clb. 2, 3, 4; Music Cib. 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4


WILLIAM B. RILEY-"Wild Bill" Dorchester, Massachusetts
That tall, dark, 'n handsome brute of B.H.S. . likes to take it easy.
Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Cadet 1


EVELYN RINALDO-"Evie" Ancon, Canal Zone
She's little and quiet and oh, so shy.
Producing 4; Staging 4; Fashion Show 2, 3


RUTHERFORD PAUL RIVET-"Riv" Ancon, Canal Zone
Everyone's man Friday . slow manner of speaking . Rakofsky.
Speech & Drama 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Water Polo 3; Track 3; Basketball 4; Swimming Varsity
4; Track Varsity 4; R.O.T.C. Cadet 1


MIRIAM RODRIGUEZ UNGO Son Salvador, C. A.
Amiga mia, we'll miss you with your sparkling charm as Carnival Queen.
Chorus; Producing 4; Spanish Clb. I, 2, 3; Music CIb. 3; Carnival Queen 4; Museum Asst. 1


LEO ROMERO, JR. San Diego, California
Our charming Latin neighbor ... a gentleman in every sense of the word.
Parrakeet 4; U.N. Clb. 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Spanish Clb. Vice-Pres. 3, 4; Philatelic Clb. Vice-
Pres. 3, 4; Cho. 2; Lib. Asst. 3; R.O.T.C. Pfc. 4; Sr. Pic. Comm. 4; Jr. Anth. Co-Ed. 3 ". I.








BETTY MARCELA RUIZ-"Betzy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
This little girl appreciates the big world, and it appreciates her.
Referee's Clb. 3, 4; Spanish Cib. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Clb. 2, 3, 4;
Zonion Adv. 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3; SB. 1, 2, 3; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep
Sqd. 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Lib. Asst. 1

LOUIS SANCHEZ
Ancon, Canal Zone
Wears a constant puzzled look .a smile we'd like to see
more of.
Spanish Clb. 2; Projection Clb. 3; SB. 2; BkB. 1; Chorus 1, 2

J. WALTER SANTAMARIA
Puerto Armuelles, Chiriqui
Muscle bound . Hmm! . love those shoulders . extra
special in every way.
Spanish CIb. 3, 4; Music Clb. 3; Chemistry CIb. 3; Drill Team 4;
Water Polo 3; Weight Lifting 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; R.O.T.C. 2nd
Lt. 4; First Aid Team 4; Usher Guard

MARK MOOR SCHULZ-"Side Kick"
Franklin County, Ohio
Dreamy brown eyes . Endowed with unusual mental capacity
... a welcome addition.
Latin CIb. 3, 4; Flounders' 1; Student Administration 1, 2, 3, 4;
Student Association 1, 2, 3, 4

VIRGINIA DARE SELBY-"Ginny"
Colon, R. de P.
A leader in every sport, and active in every organization .
B.H.S. would be lost without her.
Class Secy. 4; H.R. Rep. 3, 4; Prkt. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4;
N.H.S. 3, 4; Referee's Clb. 3, 4; Biol. CIb. 2; Chem. Clb. 3; VB,
1 2 3 4 ; BkB. 1 2 3:, 4 ; SB. I 2 3 4 ; Pep Sqd.


D' YOU WANTA JITTER-BUG?
BARBARA PORTER SHAW-SjBai.L
Ft. Meade, South D, 't.A -_ :;I
A girl who gets -.. -. a.d d. A.L .
Bargebra. 4 )
H.R. Rep. 2; Zoniaos, ,.IL r -3 b I a bcll Ib I., '. Ur
Clb. 4; VB. 2, 3, 4; ": 4, P, 'PJ, i
1, 2, 4; Spec. Cho. ..,C .v
Lab. Asst. 3; Jr.-Sr. E --. ,- i
Jr. Ring Comm.; Sr. 4 J ii
Dance 2; Frosh-So lic. t orts Awar ; 3;
Community Chest D riChair. Drive

SHARON KAY SIGFR -7"Sherry"
Lake Mills, Iowa
Reserved and delig tful in manner
U.N. CIb. 2, 3, 4; P Sqd. 2, 3; Music Clb. Prog. ; 3

DIDACITO SILVER, JR.-"Dito"
Panama, R. de P.
Loco, lucky and laughing constantly the whole day long.
Miami Edison Senior High School, National Institute, Penna.
Military School; H.R. Alt. 2; Sports Clb.; BkB. Vars.; BB. Vars.;
Soccer Vars.; Orch.; Plebe 1; Decoration Dance Comm.

GILBERT A. SMITH-"Gil"
Colon, R. de P.
Another member of the "Silence Is Golden" Club
A friendly smile makes up for the lack of chatter.
Camera Clb. 1, 2, 3; Spanish Clb. 2; Radio Clb. 3; Biol. Clb. 2;
Chem. Clb. 3; Track Vars. 1, 2. 4; FB. 2, 4; Cho. I, 2, 3; Spec.
Cho. 3

TOM STONE-"Pebbles"
Kansas City, Kansas


ease tae4t were fied wtd o"e teae aned joe,.

the laupEs and c es4 of 4te l ci and ays4


3, 4; Orch. 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Spec. Cho. 4; G.A.A. Treas. 4;
G.A.A. Dance Comm. 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Ticket Seller 3, 4;
N.S.P.A. Award 3; Bacc. & Grad. Usher 3; Frosh Pic. 1; Soph. Pic.
Comm. 2; Cop and Gown Comm. Chair. 4

BARBARA JOAN SHARP-"Sharpie"
Cristobal, Canal Zone
Sharp as a tack . genial with everyone.
Camera Clb. 1; VB. 2, 3, 4; Mgr. 4; BkB. 2, 3 4; SB. 2, 3, 4
Bond 1, 2, 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 2, 4; Cards & Announcements Comm 4


B.H.S.'s Paul Bunyan . every inch is pocked with good will
and friendship.
R.O.T.C. 2. 3, 4; Cpl. 4

MARGARET ELIZABETH STRAUS-"Margie"
Youngstown, Ohio
Candid in everything she does steady going.
Producing 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Party 3; Pep Sqd. 2, 3;
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Asst. 4


RUIZ SANCHEZ SANTAMARIA SCHULZ SELBY SHARP
SHAW SIGFRID SILVER SMITH STONE STRAUS








SOFELIA SUAZO Fanoma, R. de P.
Sincere disposition . friendly to all about her.

THOMAS THOMPSCN Cristobol, Canal Zone
A real devil if we ever saw one . always has something new up his sleeve.
Football 1, 4; Softball 1; Baseball 3; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Capta'n 4


MARILYN TOLEDANO-"Mary" Panama, R. de P.
A pretty and well dressed girl whose ensemble is the envy of everyone.
Spanish Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Clb. 1; Pep Squad 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Spacial Chorus
3, 4; Clinic Asst. 4; Fashion Show 2, 4
THOMAS RAY TUCKER-"Little Napoleon" Perry, Georgia
", He beats his women in a "Cave Man" manner . girls love to run their fingers through
his curly hair.
Class Pres. 1: S.A. Rep. 1; H.R. Rep. 1; H.R. Rep. 2; Zonian 4; Letterman's Clb. 4; Biol.
Clb. 2; Intra. Sports 1, 2, 3; FB All-Stars 1; Lab. Asst. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet Major 4;
R.O.T.C. Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Awards Ball Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cards & Announce.
Comm. 4; Jr. Ring Comm. 3; Frosh Dance Chair. 1; Frosh Pic. 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2;
Soph. Pic. 2; R.O.T.C. Drill Team 3; Grad. Usher 2; Singing Valentine Comm. 4; Memorial
Day Prog. 1, 2, 3, 4; First Day Dance Comm. 4; Armed Forces Day 1, 2, 3, 4
SWILLIAM C. B. UNDERWOOD-"Sunny" Ancon, Canal Zone
The constant lover ... Bulldog Bill could give lessons to Romeo.
Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; Football Varsity 3, 4; Track Varsity 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; R.O.T.C.
1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet 4

SHIRLEY MARLENE VAN DER DIJS Panama, R. de P.
Stormy eyes . intriguing appearance, surrounded by an air of inexhaustible gaiety.
t H.R. Alt. 4; Span. Clb. 4; BkB. 4; Pan-American Day Program 3; Cristobal High School:
Thanksgiving Play 3; VB. 3; Pep Sqd. 3; St. Mary's Academy: "An Excursion" 2; Speech 2



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TOLEDANO TUCKER VINTON WANTUK
UNDERWOOD VAN DER DIJS WELLS WEST
WILKINSON WINFORD

KAYLEEN JANE VINTON-"Ruffles and Flourishes" Ancon, Canal Zone
She's sweet and petite, a gal you can't beat . that's our strawberry blond.
S.A. Alt. 4; "Life of the Party" 4; Porrakeet 3, 4; Assoc. Editor 4; Biol. Clb. 2; U.N. Clb.
4; Rifle Clb. 4; Intra. Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3; Prod. 4; N.S.P.A.
Award 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Christmas Dance Comm. 3; Soph. Pic. 2; Student
Court Comm. 4; Cards & Announcements Comm. 4; Community Chest Comm. 4

EDNA R. WANTUK Panama, R. de P.
A shy smile makes her the sweet girl she'll always be.
NANCY ELIZABETH WELLS-"Nasty Nancy" Manila, Philippines
None can surpass our Nncy . a steadfast friend in a tight squeeze . the "Life of
the Party" in every way.
S.A. Secy. 4; Acting 4; Zonian 4; Biol. CIb. 2; Camera CIb. 2; BkB. 1 2, 3, 4; VB.
1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sqd. 2, 3; Spec. Cho. 3; Lib. Asst. 2; Ofc. Asst. 2; R.O.T.C.
Sponsor, 1st Lt. 4; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2; Christmas Dance Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banqg
Comm, 3; Sr. Pic. Comm. 4; Valentine Dance Comm. 4; 10th Anniversary Prgm. 4; Awards
Day Prgm. 4; Girl's State 3; Dolly Madison Jr. High: Green Hornet 1; Madison Teen Times
Circ. Ed. 1; Art CIb. 1; Monogram Clb. I "4
ANN LEE WEST-"Annie" San Diego, California
Never at a loss for something to say . a lady first and always .. crazy about horse-
back riding.
Class Secy. 2; Miami Jackson Ticket Seller 3; Zonian 4; Ad Seller 4; Biol. Clb. 2; Chem.
Clb. 4; U.N. CIb, 4; Referee CIb. 2; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 4;
Spec. Cho. 2, 4; Cho. 4; Clinic Asst. 1; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Polio Drive Comm. 4; -
Valentine Dance Comm. 4; Frosh Pic. 1; Girl's State 3
ELIZABETH M. W.LKINSON-"Betty" Ancon, Canal Zone
She lights up with a never ending sparkle ... picturesque personality.
Acting 3; Producing 2, 3; Zonian 4; Sp. Bonq. 3; Pep Sqd. 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2; Ofc. Asst.
2, 3, 4; Ad Seller 3, 4; Frosh Party 1; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Fashion
Show 2, 3; Usher 3, 4; Singing Valentine Comm. 4 j
BOBBY L. WINFORD-"Winria" Nashville, Tennessee O
Sharp, snappy, and smooth are his dancing feet.
FB. 1, 2, 3; BkB. 1, 2: BB. 1; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3; Cadet Pvt. 3; R.O.T.C. Dance Comm. 3;
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ROSEMARY MAI WOODCOCK-"Goosie"
Puerto Castilla, Honduras
Linguistic . always ready to laugh.
Music CIb.; Softball 4; Volleyball 4; Chorus 1, 2; S. J. Peters
High School: "Krewe of Jarvis"

JOHN WILLIAM YERKES-"Wee Willy"
Junction City, Kansas
You flatterer, you . man mountain with a fascinating drawl.
Zonian Photog. 1, 2; Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; Projection CIb. 3, 4;
Cam. Clb. 1, 2; FB. 1, 2; FB. Vars. Mgr. 3, 4; Vars. Track 4;
Museum Asst.; R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 1st Lt. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm. 3;
Navy Day Prog. 3; Cards & Announcements 4

ALBERT ZEBEDE
David, Chiriqui
One who believes chivalry isn't dead and proves it .
manners plus charm.

SHIRLEY RUTH ZEMER
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Tabu" . crazy as they come; she peps you up like a
Cherry Coke.
S.A. Rep. 4; Acting 3, 4; Producing & Staging 3; Biol. Clb. 2;
Camera Clb. 1; VB. 1, 2, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 4; SB. 1, 2; Pep Sqd 2;
Cho. 1, 2, 3; Spec. Cho. 4; Ofc. Asst. 3, 4; Usher 3, 4; Jr. Ring
Comm. 3; Grad. Usher 3; Soph. Pic. Comm. 2; Valentine Dance
Comm. 4


GERALD HENDRICKSON
Chicago, Illinois
Thinks a lot, but says little .

JERRY JOHNSON
Baltimore, Maryland
A smile that crinkles his eyes .
FB. 4; BB. 4; Gymnastics 1, 2,
Union High School, California


a heart as big as he is.



. silent man of muscle.
3; Letterman's Clb. 4; Sequoia


NELSON KRAEMER
Fort Worth, Texas
Motorcycle fiend . dare-devil if we ever saw one.

ROBERT LUIS LOMEDICO-"Bob"
Panama, R. de P.
A guy with an extra-special pitch all his own . on the base-
ball field and in life.
Peekskill Military Academy, Peekskill, N. Y.: Baseball Vars. 2, 3;
R.O.T.C. Pvt. 3

HECTOR M. MIRANDA
Panama, R. de P.
The high goal that he has attained makes us proud to have him
in our class.
Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; Pres. 4; Camera CIb. 1, 2, 4; U.N. CIb. 1, 2, 4;
Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Span. Clb. Dance 3, 4; Music Clb. Prog. Usher;
U. N. Clb. Constitutional Comm. Chair. 4; Music Prog. Judge 2;
Lib. Replacement Comm. Chair.


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NOT PICTURED
EILEEN BROWN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Infectious giggle, with a wa!k all her own.
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2, 3; VB. 2, 3; SB. 2, 3; Pep Sqd. 2;
Chrldr. 3; Lib. Asst. 1; Christmas Dance Comm. 3; Sadie Hoakins
Dance Comm. 2

RAY A. CRUCET
New York, New York
A fellow with an engaging personality . quiet at times but
always fun.
H.R. Alt. 2; Swimming 2; Water Polo 2; Track 2; R.O.T.C. 2nd Lt. 3

ROBERT DONALD EILER-"Eye"
Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania
Quiet until you get to know him, then clear the decks for action.
H.R. Alt. 2; "Lady in the Dark" 3; BB. 2, 4; FB. 2, 4; Sp. Party
Comm. 3; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Austin
High School, El Paso, Texas: Jr. "A" CIb.; J.V. Football 1; J.V.
Track 1

EDWARD FRANKLIN ERICKSON-"Ed"
Tacoma, Washington
The slow, silent type . unobtrusive but you soon know
he's around.


ERIC HAGBORG
British Honduras
Let not his ability be judged by his size
hard-working.


AIDA R. ORTIZ-"Lupita"
Panama, R. de P.
For every inch of Aida, there's a mile of smile
Spanish CIb. 4; Volleyball; Softball


FRANK PEPPE-"Frankie"
New York, New York
A swell guy with that Brooklyn accent .
"silence is golden" club.


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ANNE CAROLYN STAPLER-"Rusty"
Ancpn, Canal Zone
Quite the",ess and quite a gal.
pan. Cb. 2; VB. 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2,/ 4 BE 4.
Cho. 4I ec., IL 4-Fashion Show 2, 3; Cristoball 1:~. :.6- i
Mghto 4 'ry I 'i-.-.h ; M.C., Sr. Class Assem
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S\CARMEN MANN
JOYCE CHENALLOY
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MICHAEL McNEVIN
WILLIAM ELTON
JOANNE BARON

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VIRGINIA SELBY
RAYMOND DE PARADES
LEO ROMERO
RAYMOND DAVIDSON

FRED LEE
COILA GOODIN
DAVID MclLHENNY
LAMBERT BAXTER
MINERVA ANGULO
SALLY ACKERMAN
EDITH BEAUCHAMP
MARK SCHULZ
RICHARD ABBOTT
IRWIN FRANK
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Here we are! . Only one step from the top! This
year has been so wonderful that we can't imagine a
better one.

We started the year off with a bang by electing such
good officers-our terrific President, Ed Armistead; his
right-hand man, Charlie Smith; Julene Page, our extra
special secretary; and the two best S.A. representatives
we could have: Kay Cross and Cuchie Troncoso. Their
alternates, Lyla Lou Womack and Bill Dawson were al-
ways ready to step in when needed.









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Left to Right, top row: Kay Cross, S. A. Representative; Lyla Lou Womack,
S. A. Alternate; Julene Page, Secretary. Bottom row: Cuchie Troncoso, S. A.
Representative: Charlie Smith, Vice-President; Bill Dawson, S. A. Alternate.


MR. FISCHER, Class Adviser


The first important event in our year was the order-
ing of our beautiful class rings under the expert super-
vision of Joan Forbes and her committee. Next, our
colossal Christmas Formal-thanks to Bill Dawson and his
committee-was the best ever. Did you hear all the "oh's"
and "ah's" about the super decorations? Finally our rings
came. Remember how proud we were as we showed them
to everyone? The Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom were
perfect to finish a wonderful year. Joyce Gardner and
her committee certainly deserve a big hand for a super
job well done.
Now we hope that our Senior year will be as success-
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The hard workers responsible
for our rings Irl i vo .igh'
Kay Cross, Sharon Garrison,
Bill Dawson, Joan Forbes,
Chairman, Edna Hart, Charlie
Smith, and Francis Boyd.


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prom go to: left tc r. ht -.avcd
Ailiana Lewis, Kay Cross. Joyce Gard
ner, Chairman, Norine Dillman, and
Lyla Lou Womack. Srar.dn.j Carl
Widell, Judy May, A line Schm.dt.
Jennye Stephens, Carman Man, Elkie
Altman, and Lee Meyers.


The brains who concocted that super Christmas Formal are: left to right,
standing: Rosie Hollander, Joyce Gardner, Jose Tom, Fred Sill, Jennye
Stephens, Elkie Altman. Seated: Kay Herbert, Carl Widell.


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We're upperclassmen! No longer can we be looked
on as underclassmen. You can't say that we haven't en-
joyed this year though. Who could but help to like it
when we were led by that dynamic President, Kenny Lee,
and Vice-President. Paul Smith. Andy Mulligan was just
the right girl to take care of our class notes, and we were


Left to right, top row: Josie DiBella, S. A. Alternate; Andy Mulligan, Secretary;
Anne Lowry, S. A. Representative. Bottom row: Paul Smith, Vice-President;
Fernando Alegre, S. A. Representative; Gene Richter, S. A. Alternate.


well represented by our S. A. Representatives, Ann Lowry
and Fernando Alegre, and their alternates, Josie DiBella
and Gene Richter, whom we missed when he left for the
States.

Surely you'll never forget all the fun we had at the
Frosh-Soph Frolic. Another unforgettable event was our
very own Sadie Hawkins Dance planned by Paul Smith
and his committee.

Yes, it has been a wonderful year-well-rounded in
all kinds of activities. Now we are looking forward to
next year.
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Left to right, standing: Kurt Menzel, Kenny Lee, Abdiel Flynn, Jim May.
Top row, seated: Bobby Jo Oglesby, Anne Lowry, Sylvia Swift, Connie
Glassburn. Middle row, seated: Mary Lou Allen, Ann Magee, Edna Jenkins,
Shirley Million. Front row, seated: Andy Mulligan, Decoration Chairman,
Bruce Quinn, Entertainment Chairman, and Paul Smith, Committee Chairman
(not pictured) make up the Sadie Hawkins' Dance Committee.


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Remember that first day?-that bewildering day
when we first entered the halls of BHS? How long ago
that seems. Since then we have settled down into the
swing of things and have made many friends.

We had the thrill of electing our class officers, and
we elected the best-Ed Napoleon, our energetic Presi-
dent, and Larry Cotten, Vice-Prexy. In Jane Jennison we
found the perfect secretary, and Pat Steiner and Sandy


EDWARD NAPOLEON, President


Left to right, top row: Sara Collinge, S. A. Alternate; Jane Jennison, Secre-
tary; Pat Steiner, S. A. Representative. Bottom row: Larry Cotten, Vice-
President; Donald Huff, S. A. Alternate; Sandy Hinkle, S. A. Representative.


MR. SEAQUIST, Class Adviser


Hinkle, backed by alternates Sara Collinge and Don Huff,
represented us at S. A. meetings.

Wasn't it fun going to our first football games, dances,
and all of the other activities which BHS offers? Remem-
ber the Strutters Dance, which was our very own, and our
lovely jean queen, Jane Jennison?

Next year when we come back again, we won't be
scared and will be on the second step in BHS, but we will
never forget our wonderful year as Freshmen.























































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"Sou0cd Of"T 74 4cticitie


This dynamic organization is the backbone for
all our school activities. Since it would be impossible
to discuss the needs and activities of the school with
the whole student body, an organization of this type
-,Jlldi. that possibility in a modified manner. From
each home room there is chosen one representative
and one alternate. Not only are representatives
chosen from the home rooms, but also from the differ-
ent classes. These representatives are to take back
to their home rooms all information and ideas brought
up at the S. A. meetings. Theirs is a full time job.

An organization must have a leader. The students
elected Irwin Frank as their president at the end of
his Junior year. He fulfilled his duties to the highest
extent and had the unanimous support of the student
body. Our vice-president, Duke Peacher, who worked
close in all the activities, really knew his business.
Next in line to keep the S.A. tickets straight, to type
letters, and to help in any other way possible were
the two secretaries, Leona Hart and Nancy Wells. Of
course without our adviser, Mr. Michel, our S.A.
would have really been slighted.
The S.A. tries to iron out the disturbances of the
students. It also sponsors one dance at the begin-
ning of the year. Every other year the S.A. has put
on the Inauguration Dance, but since the G.A.A. was


recently given membership in the S.A., the dance was
in their charge. Instead, the S.A. gave a Back to
School dance so that the new students could become
better acquainted with the old B.H.Sers.
One of the biggest improvements in the S.A. was
the redecoration of the S.A. room. The committee
that fixed our room up so nicely consisted of Anne
.Mcrril and Michael McNevin.
Another progressive movement was the eligibility
of all seniors to take the driver's course. This was one
of the most heartily welcomed issues of all blessings.
Around Christmas time the S.A. collects food, toys,
clothes and books for the Bella Vista and St. Joseph's
Orphanages. Not only does the S.A. sponsor Ophan-
age drives, but it sponsors all drives in school, such
as: Red Cross, March of Dimes, and this year the
Crusade for Freedom.
On Valentine's Day a group of talented singers
is chosen out of the S.A. to sing valentines in the
different classes. This project is well received and
often adds bits of humor to an otherwise dull day.
Last but not least, the S.A. sponsors the Awards
Day program and gives awards in Journalism, speech,
drama, sports and scholarship. At this same time
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Ei.cer.t worker ofl lh S A Secretaries Nancy Wells
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Ann West, Elki Altman, Mary Adelia Morley and Noble Holladay.


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time out for this and that.


Our hard-working Home Room Representatives and their alternates.


IRWIN FRANK
S. A. President


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Working on the faculty pages are: Left to right:
Sally Ackerman, Barbara Show, Nancy Wells, and
Judith May.


Going to Soso's studio for the
popularity pages are: Left to right:
Sheila Fearon, Anne Morrill, Coila
Goodin, Editor, and Ray Tucker.




Left to right: Edith Beouchamp, Sheila
Fearon, Mr. Ellis, Adviser, and Ann
West, are having a good time put-
ting on a skit to advertise the sale of
ZONIANS.


Looking at the football players brings a smile to
Beth Lockridge, center, Leona Hart, right, but not
to Betty Wllkenson, left.


Busy working on the senior pages are: Left to
right: Barbara Shaw, Sally Ackerman, Nancy
Wells, and Mary Adelia Morley.


Left to right: Mary Adelia Morley,
Ann West, and Edith Beauchamp
working on the popularity page
display.


Getting ready to leave on an im-
portant assignment are: Left to
right: Ray Tucker, Sheila Feoron,
Coila Goodin, and Anne Morrill.


Mr. Ellis, Adviser, looking over the
final copy of the '52 ZONIAN.


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Left to right: Lambert Baxter, Heliana Filos, Leo
Romero, and Ginny Selby are busy working on the
PARRAKEET DAILY.


Don't worry, Miss Brigham,
the PARRAKEET will come out
on time.


The "big wigs" of the PARRAKEET staff working
on a new idea for the PARRAKEET are: Left to
right: Joan Baron, Make-up Editor; Anna Galla-
way, Editor; Miss Brigham, Adviser, and Kayleen
Vinton, Associate Editor.


Anna Gallaway, the "brains" behind the
PARRAKEET


Going through the PARRAKE
book are: Left to right: Anna
Bob Hentschel, Dick Dillman, Jo
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ET scrap- Raymond Davidson and Dick Dillman, at the typewriter,
Galloway, are getting the last of the sports out while Juline Page, Left to right: Rosie Hollander, Juline
an Baron, standing, and Bruce Quinn turn around to get the Page and Sharon Garrison putting
Davidson latest "info." new material on the bulletin board.


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"Vic" gives us the down beat at the A.F.R.S. studios.


"WitC a Song








This year found our Music Department
under the able leadership of a new teath-
er-Mr. Victor Herr.
However, even though Mr. Branstetter did
leave a mile-long string of accomplishments
behind him, Mr. Herr soon proved beyond
a doubt that he was more than capable of
filling "Branny's" boots.
Mr. Herr has added new touches that be-
Scame instantly popular.
The first public appearance of the Chorus
was at the annual Christmas program, which
was made all the more impressive by all the
innovations. Along with the familiar strains,
there was a beautiful narration of the Christ-
mas story, a new girl's processional, new
music, and several new solo parts. Much of
the work was done by the students them-
selves, such as the writing of the narration,
and ideas for presenting some of the new
songs, like the popular "Winter Wonder-
land," but all in all, Mr. Herr deserves the
full credit.
Other highlights of the year were the pro-
gram presented by the special chorus and
the combined BHS and Army orchestras, the
special fun-packed trip to the AFRS studios,
and then the days spent at the Balboa The-
ater recording a perfect selection of some
of our favorites for the Christmas radio pro-
gram.

















Not all the work was spent on the Chorus
alone; the band and orchestra spent long
hours in practicing, but it was all worth it.
The band's opening "Balboa High" was per-
fect and helped to add extra spirit to our
pep rallies and games. The orchestra
brought soft strains that more than added to
the perfection of the Christmas program and
the '52 Fashion Show.
As the busy year drew to a close, the bee-
hives of the music department were still as
busy as ever with the plans for the Spring
Music Festival and a Special Chorus pro-
gram.
The Special Chorus aided greatly in bring-
ing music to the Canal Zone through the
medium of special programs presented at
the Balboa Theater. The one during the
Christmas season proved to be an immediate
hit, and the chorus expected to further that
popularity by presenting another such show-
ing in the early spring. Plans for this ap-
pearance included several Waring arrange-
ments, such as "Coming Through the Rye,"
"I Heard You Cried Last Night," "This Is My
Country," and several special groups.
The Spring Festival has always in the past
been a gay and charming presentation, and
there is no doubt that it will again prove to
be an extra special song and music fest.
So, thanks again, Mr. Herr, for leading us
through a very successful musical year. You
deserve a big hand for a job well done.



















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The big five that really kept our Battalion moving smoothly, left to right: Cadet Captain
Jacob Plicet, Cadet Lt. Col. Samuel Maphis, Cadet Captain Coila Goodin, Cadet Captain
Thomas Thompson, and Cadet Major Ray Tucker.


R.O.T.C. Color Guard: Left to right: Cadet Sgts. Jack
Wagner, John Ladd, Jan Broderick, Fred Lee.


nalaoa rngn acnool % super rll JI eam, ur.ll ma5ver .uaas
Captain Jacob Plicet.


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As in past years, the R.O.T.C. has been the main- best ever, as it was held in tents at Empire.
stay of BHS military life. The Corps was slightly Throughout the year the one thing that was always
changed this year with the M 4s participating in the in the distant view of the cadets was the field night
capacity of assistant instructors, which was held at Mount Hope Stadium. The compe-
With Cadet Lt. Col. Sam Maphis in command, the tition, as usual, was keen. The two battalions put on
Corps had a very successful year of parades, field a show that brought to them a great deal of credit,
trips, and other events which kept the cadet's life a which they well deserved.
busy one. The spring camp in April was one of the The one group that really kept the Corps rolling
was, of course, the cadre. With the experienced
/ leadership of Major W. L. Bart, Lt. R. M. Golden, Lt.
W. E. Jenkins, M/Sgt. H. F. Yarbrourh M/?St C 0
SWebb, SFC F. D. Fletcher c" d S.F D' :. r.cir,,: Tih.
cadets had that "perfect ex.:mpI r I.ll.:.. I l.:r t.
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Under the able command
of Cadet Capt. Richard
Abbott and the company
officers, Bill Yerkes, Wal-
ter Santamaria and Irwin
Frank; plus the excellent
adviser, Sgt. Fletcher, "A"
Co. was one that always


They're tops in any language, left to right: Company Sponsor,
Cadet Lt. Nancy Wells; Company Commander, Cadet Captain
Richard Abbott; Guidon Bearer, Cadet Sgt. Danny Prill.


set the pace. Winning the
company competition for
the first two six-week peri-
ods, they were one of the
first companies to start the
ball rolling for field night
by drilling every Friday
noon. The spirit shown by
Co. "A" definitely had a
bearing on the spirit of the
entire battalion.


First Platoon, left to right, first row: Platoon Leader, Irwin Frank,
Dave Shore, Rolando Linares, Bill Yerkes; second row: Bill Kaska,
Oriel Guirrine, Robert Rowley, Bill Ladd; third row: Joe Jenkins,
Gerald Pierce, Louie Hasemman, Robert Hentschell, David Hope.


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Second Platoon, left to right, first row: Platoon Leader, Walter
Santamaria, Sam Steele, Lee Myers, Robert Pressley, Calven Fish-
bough, Dough Sasfy, Noble Holladay; second row: Fred Schrader,
Joe Oliver, Bruce True, Robert Smith, Donald Pressley, Thomas
Crimmason; third row: Donald Corn, Joe Fuller, Bruce Orvis,
Robert Smith, Bill Elton, Raymond De Parades.








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"One of the finest in the
ROTC," as Co. "B" was of-
ten called, was a name
well deserved for it truly
set the pace. Cadet Capt.
Bll Altman, along with his
officers, David Mcllhenny,


Clair Godby and Richard
Hall; and adviser, Sgt.
Webb, did a splendid job
of running a fine company.
Every day during the
fourth period could be
heard the deafening noises
of an industrious company
as the cadets went through
their daily training.


Our hard working Company Staff, left to right: Company Sponsor,
Cadet Lt. Claudia Nolan; Company Commander, Cadet Captain
William Altman; Guidon Bearer, Cadet Sgt. Evert Stacy.


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First Platoon, left to right, first row: Platoon Leader, Clair Godby,
Rudy Ostrea, Donald Morton, John Partridge, Edward Tinker, Bob
Bailey, Lionel Ewing; second row: Lanny Gunn, Charles Hand,
David Hoopes, Andrew Esslinger, Ken Ross, Allen Bissell; third row:
Fred Cotton, Jack Wagner, L. W. Hern, Danny Gressang, Andrew
Wright, Robert Correll.


Second Platoon, left to right, first row: David Mcllhenny, Alfred
Lombanna, Douglass Gibbs, Julio Wright, Bruce Quinn, Edgar
Jaramillo, Eric Hagborg, Platoon Leader, Richard Hall; second
row: Lowell Jones, Edward Armstead, Robert Seavey, Carlos
Jaramillo, Duane Rigby, Bill Watkins; third row: Jan Broderick,
Pat Hutchings, Paul Swalm, Otho Michaelis, James Steele, Paul
Smith.


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Company "C," under Ca-
det Capt. Mike McNevin,
was keen competition for
all comers on field night
on March 28. With com-
pany officers, Ken Pitman,
Dabby Dickson and Murray
Falk; plus the added pep


These are the ones we're really proud of, left to right: Company
Sponsor, Cadet Lt. Marie DiBella; Company Commander, Cadet
Captain Michael McNevin; Guidon Bearer, Cadet Sgt. William Derr.


rirst IlaToon, lett to right, tirst row: Platoon Leader, Murray Falk,
Bill Dawson, James Ewing, Herbert Letterburn, George Chapel;
second row: Carl Widell, Donald Tribe, James Morris, Robert Fish-
bough, Joe Burton; third row: Ronald McConnell, Cleve Soper,
David Hope, Frank Lerchen, Robert Daisey.


of Sgt. Mclnnis, Co. "C"
was one to be proud of as
was the entire Corps. "C"
Co. won company compe-
tition the first six weeks of
the second semester, and
had high hopes for the rest
of the year. It was often
heard said, "Why couldn't
there be more companies
as this one?"


Second Platoon, left to riqht, first row: Platoon Leader, David
Dickson, James Scogno, George Chapel, Bill Withers, Vincent
Esquerra, Rodney Ely, Bill Derr; second row: Gary Lowande, Dave
Henderson, Francis Roddy, Oriel Jacinto, James Herzog; third row:
Norman Kaman, Simon Fagenbourn, Herbert Kelly, Robert Shire,
Miller Haynes.




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Our precious Queen Georgiana I and her court of beauties: Representing the Senior class ore Marie Di Bella and Pat Gott; the Junior
class, Mary Dillon and Pat Reece; the sophomore class, Andy Mulligan and Jean Angstadt; the Freshmen class, Nancy Oswald and
Barbara Hammond.


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"Casey would waltz with the strawberry
blond . ." Ray Davidson, Senior class
President, was the lucky boy that got to
dance, right after the coronation, with our
lovely Queen.


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Queen Miriam I reigned majestically over her subjects of the night of February 15. Her court consisted of Miriam Cornejo, Nelda Lasso,
and Bruney Lavergine. Elena Estenez and Maria Elena Brassfield crowned our Queen.


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The newly crowned Queen
gets applause of approval
if from her admiring subjects.


A latin couple eagerly await the next dance piece.


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"Life of the Party" is the story of an average
teenager and her common goal-popularity. In her
attempt to become popular she and her friends throw
an overly boisterous and destructful party. That night
caused her parents many a headache and toothache
too. Every actor and actress helped whole-heartedly
to make this production one that would go down in
the history of Balboa High School as the funniest
play ever put on. Our hats are off to you Mr. Subert
Turb, .ile for a most enjoyable e.erarg
"The Night Was Dark" is second in the line of great


plays directed by Mr. Tu,-bI.dl, in the year 1951-52.
This is also a comedy but of a different type, it is a
mystery comedy. The play opens with the sudden
death of an eccentric millionaire. All his heirs are
requested to stay in the dead man's home for twenty-
four hours before finding out who inherits what. Those
twenty-four hours prove to be -lled with mystery and
laughs galore.
The try-outs were under way for the Cristobal
tournament when the Zonian went to press. The
tournament was between five groups. Cristobal High,
Balboa High, Junior College, The Theatre Gild, and
another Cristobal group. The people who tried out
were selected by Mr. Turbyville. The one-act play
was directed by Miss Farley. We know our Broadway
actors <..ll make a good showing.


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Top, left to right:
1. Pat Peacher is truly a "Honey Bun" in her stripped cotton.
2. "Five Feet Two, Eyes of Blue" and oh what these five feet
can do on such a cute girl as Gloria Morton.
3. "Hey, Good-looking." Mary Adelia Morley in her dress of
white net and red faille.
4. Sonia Montavani in pink. "If There is Someone Lovelier
Than You."
5. Marilyn Telodano in net and lace brings "Stardust" to our
Minds.
6. Coila Goodin can be described in "Three Little Words":
beauty, brains and personality.
7. We don't have to "Wonder Why" Frieda Gfeller looks so
cute in her purple dress with black accessories.
8. Miriam Cornajo in her dress of net and satin with sparkling
rhinestones reminds us of "Stars In Your Eyes."
9. Josie Di Bella is really "Precious" in her triple-layer formal.
10. Sylvia Swift is our idea of Fashion and Beauty. Truly
"Unforgettable."


















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CLINIC AIDS-Left to right: Julieta Arosemena, Frances Dillon,
Marian Harris, Marilyn Toledano, Wilma Foster, Ana Ho. Not pic-
tured: Mitzi Siegel.


ZONIAN AD SELLERS-First row, left to
right: Betty Wilkenson, Margaret Curies,
Barbara Shaw, Elki Altman, Ernestino Evans,
Marie Wright. Second row, left to right:
Edith Beauchamp, Sylvia Swift, Sally Acker-
man, Jane Madison, Nancy Bateman, Donna
Rossitto. Third row, left to right: Myrna
Boynton, Beth Lockridge, Peggy Lowe, Lilia
Flares, Annette Barrett. Third row, left to
right: Velma Medina, Donald Tribe, Gladys
Pasamonte, Leona Hart, Shirley Korst, Pat
Foster, Jean Harris, Mary Adelia Morley.


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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Bock row, left to right: Peggy
Moyhew, Darlene Johnson, Ann Pace, Shirley Million, Mary
Rose, David Otten, Grace Joustra, Dora Henriquez. Center
row, left to right: Helen Barr, Liiia Flares, Margaret
Howze, Mary Hamma, Gloria Samson, Janet Medles. Front
row, left to right: Maria Delgado, Julia Avila, Martha
Webster, Pat Steiner, Janeth Willoe, Nancy Gill, Judy
Rodgers, Carol Harris. Not pictured: Joan Read, Anne
Magee.


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OFFICE AIDES-Left to right, first row: Marie Wright, Ann
Magee, Betty Wilkinson, Mary Jo Jennison, Marie Vigna,
Merlene Jeppson, Florence Crecelius, Joan Crowder, Betty
Flatou, Polly Ann Frazer. Second row: Caroline Pence,
Mary Dillon, Yolanda Bull, Lucy Ann Driscoll, Shirley Karst,
Shirley Zemer, Sally Ackerman, Jane Madison, Sylvia
Swift, Hazel Griffith, Jennye Stephens, Jean Kelly, Patsy
Foster, Jean Harris, Jean Gibson, Ann Edwards, Ann
German, Margaret Strous.


CHEMISTRY ASSISTANTS-Left to right: Joyce Collinge, Sharon
Garrison, Mary Jane Sylvester, William Kaska, Dan Tribe, Noble
Holladay.




























"Oh, to Have the Art of Working a Projector!"

PROJECTION CLUB-Left to right, standing: Allyson Hope, Lowell Jones, Mr. Elliet; Sponsor,
Morris Harari, Allen Bissel. Sitting: Albert Evans, Mitzi Siegel, Joanne Hummer, Earl Boland.
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REFEREES CLUB-left to right, first row: Pat Quinn, Andy Muligan, Caroline Brewer.
Second row; Alice Hagborg, Julene Page, Adele Meissner, Shirley Million, Ann Magee,
Annette Barrett, Donna Rossitto, Eileen Feliz, Mary Lou Allen, Ginny Seby. Third row:
Down Crowell, Jeanette Gau, Jane Jennison, Judy Crooks, Sally Ackerman, Edith Beauchamp,
Florence Cerci:ius, Violet Scott, Franny Dillon. Fourth row; Connie Glassburn, Tita Corrigan,
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"Oh, to Have the Art of Working a Projector!"

PROJECTION CLUB-Left to right, standing: Allyson Hope, Lowell Jones, Mr. Elliet; Sponsor,
Morris Harari, Allen Bissel. Sitting. Albert Evans, Mitel Siegel, Joanne Hummer, Earl Boland.










REFEREES CLUB-Left to right, first row; Pat Quinn, Andy Muligan, Caroline Brewer.
Second row: Alice Hogborg, Julene Page, Adele Meissner, Shirley Million, Ann Magee,
Annette Barrett, Donna Rossitto, Eileen Feliz, Mary Lou Allen, Ginny Se:by. Third row:
Dawn Crowell, Jeonette Gau, Jane Jennison, Judy Crooks, Sally Ackerman, Edith Beouchamp,
Florence Ccrci:ius, Violet Scott, Franny Dillon. Fourth row; Connie Glassburn, Tito Corrigan,
Janet Gibbs, Helen Hasemen, Stella Gonzales, Nina Brown, Beverly Rosan, Joyce Collinge.
Fifth row: Mary Dillon, Nancy Batemon, Margie Walsh, Joan Forbes.


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Little Fishes


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The Little United Nations
U.N. CLUB-First row, left to right: Tom Ford, Frank Partridge, Leo Romero. Second row,
left to right: Rosie Hollander, Kayleen Vinton, Gladys Pasamente, Sharon Sigfrid, Judy
May, Betty Ruiz, Barbara Show, He ino Fi'os, Mr. Speir, Sponsor. Third row, left to right:
Norman Kaman, Hector Miranda, Sharon Garrison, Roman de Parades, Richard Abbott.





CHEMISTRY CLUB-Left to right: Jan Broderick, Barbara Shaw, George Chug. In front:
Luis Ho.





USHERS CLUB-First row, left to right: Eileen Blakely, Liai Lou Womack, Jackie McCoy,
Pat Quinn, Rosemary Hollander, Betty Wilkenson, Lucy Driscoll, Peggy Lowe, Pat Foster.
Second row, left to right: Sylvia Swift, Donna Rossitto, Annette Barrette, Jocque Hutchings,
Lilia Flores. Third row, left to right: Pat Peacher, Eileen Feliz, Florence Crecelius, Marian
Harris, Connie Glassburn. Fourth row, left to right: Mary Dillon, Nancy Bateman, Bunny
Di Bella, Marie Di Bello.
They Helped Us Find Our Way Around
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There's a Song in the Air
MUSIC CLUB-Left to right, first row: Arbuline Mathews, Maria All, Joyce Chennalloy,
Carmen Man, Minerva Angulo, Heliana Filos, Edna Wantuk, Mildred Damereau, Mary Beth
Lewis. Second row; Edith Beauchamp, Yolanda Bull, Celina Sanson, Rosario Moreno,
Rosemary Hollander, Diane Skinner, Betty Flateau, Peggy Lowe, Lilia Flores, Miss Natalie
Johnson, Sponsor.



SPANISH CLUB-Left to right, first row: Gladys Fonseca, Priscilla Plicet, Bertha Fronceshi,
Jean Toledano, Elena Estenoz, Marilyn Toledano, Cristina Castellanos, Casilda Castellanos,
Maria Alis, Rosario Moreno, Betty Flateau, Marie Vigna, Yolanda Bull, Rita Delgado, Ligia
Sanchez, Gladys Sanchez. Second row: Jennye Stephens, Aurito Carbone, Sonia Monta-
vani, Maritza Van Hoorde, Morgarita Chambonnet, Patsy Reese, Miriam Cornejo, Carmen
Man, Joyce Chennalloy, Oderay Solaos, Gladys Pasomante, Orlanda Cruz, Teonilda Laranaga,
Ileano Angulo, Edna Wantuck. Third row Shirley Van der Dijs, Fanny Hincapie, Ytsel Vega,
Ju!ieta Arosemena, Carmen Lasso, Odelia Winberg, Veilka de Gracias, Celina Sanson,
Heliona Filos, Minerva Angulo, Panama Delvalle, Roma Canizales, Elda Correo, Norma
Rettolly. Fourth row: Fresia Hager, Jean Angstadt, Sonia del Rio, Nelda Lasso, Betty Ruiz.
Fifth row: Oriel Guerrini, Leo Romero, Francisco Delgado, Ivan Page, Fernando Alegre,
Ricardo Lopez, Paul Smith, Ivan Garcia, Hector Miranda, Rolando Linares, Gustavo
Troncoso, Albert Zebede.

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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Left
to right, first row; Heliona Filos,
Minerva Angulo, Joan Baron, Sally
Ackerman, Virginia Selby, Coila


Brains, Personality, and Charm

Goodin. Second row: Mike McNevin,
Ray Davidson, Irwin Frank, Freddy
Lee, Bill Elton.


A Stamp is a Stamp, Rare or Not!

PHILATELIC CLUB-First row, left t o right Le Romero, Norman Kaman, David Ellis.
Second row: Bill Dawson, Lambert Baxter, Donald Tribe, Mr. Fischer, Sponsor; Andrew
Eslinger, Luis Ho.










CAMERA CLUB-First row, left to right: Helen Haolex, Jeanne Toledono, Elena Estenoz.
Sharon Minnix, Carmen Lasso, Sofia Pashales, Elfrida Azrak, Janeth Willoe, Eliana Lewis,
Betty Flateau, Helen Tilley, Marie Vigna, Sylvia Hagborg. Second row: Tita Corrigan, Pat
. Steirner, Rita Duran, Tilcia Femenios, Judy Hoopes, Kay Frangioni, Sadie Williams, Glendo
Lee, Colleen Barnett, Frieda Nahmad, Margaret Howze, Mary Nell Garrison. Third row
Ronald Bauman, Chuck Phelon, Felix Figueroa, Bill Kommenich, Jim Darlington, Bill Greene,
Jostin Wong, Sion Harari, Bill Evarts, Ralph Connor, Joe Horari, Pedro Chalujo, Luis Ho,
Royal Markille, John Schmidt, Harry Preseley, George Chung.

Our Shutter Bugs!


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back row, lett to right: Bob Morris, Sam Maphis, Clair Uodby, Kaymond Nickishire, Jim Jones. Jerry Halman, Bob Peacher, Leon Herring,
David Mcllhenny, Fred Raybourne. Center row, left to right: Bill Yerkes, Irwin Frank, Jim May, Ray Davidson, Bill Underwood, Ted Norris,
Fred Cotton, Jerry Fox, Frank Bryan, Charlie Smith, Jimmy Herzog, Jerry Halsall, Ken Knight. Front row, left to right: Lee Myers, Ray
Tucker, Carl Meissner, Joe Oliver, Bob Dolan, Jan Broderick, Henry Cruz, Dick Dillman, Edgar Kourany, Francis Boyd.



Back row, left to right: Mae Chatburn, Joan Forbes, Sally Ackerman, Coila Goodin, Leona Hart, Nira Reyes. Center row, left to right:
Marilyn Ford, Eileen Brown, Joyce Collinge, Mary Lou Allen, Jenny Stevens, Edna Jenkins. Front row, left to right: Arline Schmidt, Joyce
Crowder, Mary Hamma, Julene Page, Jacque Hutchings, Scotty Scott, Dora Henriquez.


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1. Amid smiles and cheers we
wish our team "good luck."


S2. What have we here?


S3. Another gala formal-It's a
habit we have.


4. Working hard?

e 5. Tired but happy-here's our
winner.


6. That dreamy Christmas
formal.


7. Oh-for a crew like this!


8. What we go through for
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9. Guys and their "steadies."


10. This gun for rent-
guaranteed!


11. Remember these bumsl


12. Taste good?


13. "Female Bomberos."


14. Did you take the Driver's
Course?


15. Wake up, Dick, we're almost
there.


16. How's the water? Wet, per-
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The pause that refreshes. 31. Two of our talented actresses.
Whatcha' doing huh? 32. B.H.S.'s own chorus line (note the costumes).
Who's got the license? 33. Sizes 10, 12, and 11, respectively.
Getting kinda' ritzy, aren't ya'?
34. Are you hunting or fishing?
The talented pair again.

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35. Musical chairs-and at your age!
36. That super Hallowe'en party again.
37. Smile pretty, gals.
38. Working hard, you guys?
39. When Day is Done.
40. Mr. Michel lets his hair dawn.


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41. Hallelujah!
42. And everyone got wet.
43. Having a chat?
44. After the ball was over-
45. Hi, Frankie, how's about a big grin?


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2. Luscious formals and handsome tuxes, Christmas formal.
3. A happy group at the Christmas formal.
4. Everyone enjoyed the R.O.T.C. Congo shindig.
5. Loads of fun at the Elks' dance.


The floor was always crowded at the Inauguration Dance.
Inauguration Ball of '52.
Having fun?
We all joined in the fun.


"Dance of 7T4e ours


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Acrobats, Esquire.


COILA GOODIN, Captain
BETH LOCKRIDGE, Co-Captain
TIBBY NOLAN
ARDEN COOKE
JOYCE GARDNER
SHIRLEY KARST
ANN GORMAN
MARILYN BEVINGTON


These are our eight,
super girls, who faith-
fully tore up their lungs
and throats, cheering
with all their might for
B. H. S. at each football
and basketball game.
When the crowd yelled,
"We're with you team,
so fight!" led by our
tireless cheerleaders,
every word said was
meant. These outstand-
ing girls helped us to
show the world that
winning or losing, haD-
py or sad, the best Spirit
and Sportsmanship,
ever, exists in-Balboa
High School. Yes Siree!


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Left to right, back row: Tom Jenkins, Francis Boyd, Andy Wright, Bill Riley, Frank Bryan,
Dave Sundquist, Bob Carroll, Bob Morris, Bill Elton, Cleveland Soper, Ronnie McConnell,
Carl Meissner, Bill Altman, Charlie McConnell, Irwin Frank, Sam Maphis, Clair Godby,
George Dansby, Coach Paul Dresko. Middle row: Coach John Fawcett, Manager Jim
Scogno, Jim Jones, Ray Nickisher, Dan Gresong, Everett Stacy, Bob Coleson, Jerry Fox,


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Joe Oliver, Jim Fulton, Jim May, Bob Peacher, Dick Dillman, Bob Glud, John Albritton,
Tom Davidson, L. W. Hearn, Bill Underwood, Manager Bill Yerkes. Front row: Manager
Ray Tucker, Jerry Halman, Ken Knight, Bob Ranson, Dave Henderson, Ted Norris, Bill Dawson,
Charlie Smith, Walt Benny, Bill Fullerton, Frank Smith, Bob Dolan, Marc McKee, Lambert
Montovani, Lee Myers, Fred Cotton, Dick Ostrea. Sitting: Mascot Jeff Goodin.


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1. May is finally stopped after a good gain
Around end.
2. Boyd just wouldn't give up.
3. Maphis blocks two men to help May.


































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SMay on one of his end runs
5 Our f.,e all zone;
6 Maphri goes down Io recover a fumble










































B4aeet, Basets, Basket., Bos!






SThe Bulldog hoopsters had a fairly successful year, as
they were second in the inter-scholastic league. Balboa
Took its first game from Cristobal in an overtime tilt. They
again defeated Cristobal in their second game. Balboa
defeated J. C. in their first two games but met defeat at
the hands of J. C. in their third appearance.

The B. H. S. team suffered two great losses when its
coach and scoring ace, Gene Richter, had to return to the
states. But even with these great losses, the team carried
on with the brhllarni shooting of Maphis, Donahue, and the
__- .Kourany twins.









































E. Richter and Ali McKeown making the all important jump.


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Second row, left to right: Jim May, Jerry Holman, Bob Peacher, Bob Carlin, Abdiel Flynne, Richard Ostrea, Pinky Arias, Edgar
Jim Weeks, Bob Lomedico, Snooky Rowley, Don Morton, David Kourany, Eddie Napolean, Lambert Mantovani, Raul Sualm, Lee
Henderson, Fred Raybourne, Jerry Halsall. First row, left to right: Meyers.




7ade 7Me Out to te atl Fame!






As the Zonian went to press, the B.H.S. baseball team
had played only three games in the inter-scholastic league.
In their first game the Bulldogs took a smarting defeat from
a strong J.C. nine. The -.:11.: -.,ri. week in Mount Hope sta-
dium our nine again suffered defeat at the hands of Cristo-
bal. Balboa came back in the second game and walloped
the Cristobal tigers 5-2.
After seeing the second game between B.H.S and
C.H.S., it appears that we shall be right up there fighting 7
for the championship.


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S2PO Put, ted/les, 1ek Juamp and Vash
6. H. S. wi /dsw it4 eUa4






The track season had not begun as the Zonian
went to press. After observing many of last year's
stars at practice, we concluded that Coach Fawcett
again has a team that will win the inter-scholastic
championship.


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'A LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Back row, left to right: Joyce Collinge,
Tibby Nolan, Sally Ackerman, Joan Sharp, Ginny Selby, Coila
SGoodin Judy Crooks. Front row, left to right: Leona Hart, Joyce
Gardner. Edna Jenkins, Scotty Scott, Nira Reyes. Front: Coach
4 *4 Mi"s Potte'
CAPTAINS "A" LEAGUE-Back row, left to right: Margaret Straus,
r Joan Sharp, Margie Walsh, Maritzo Van Hoorde. Front row, left
to right: Jane Madison, Joyce Gardner, Mae Chatburn.

Knoc4 t oert tCe fence gti/ andeC tue to usd rara


S THIS ONE WILL BE A STRIKE.
* WATCH IT DORAI


WOW! THAT ONE REALLY
WENT WAY OUT THERE.








SODA! SHE ALREADY HAS
THE BALL, JANE.


Softball was played as the second sport
this year so that it could be played during
the dry-season, and wouldn't interfere with
the boys playing baseball.
Although the attendance for the sport
wasn't as great as in the past years, those
who did come out learned a lot and played
good ball. We certainly will remember dash-
ing through the school, crossing the railroad
tracks and finally reaching the playing
fields. What fun it was, eh, what? Many
sprained fingers, and raspberries on the legs
were not an unusual sight.
The All-Stars didn't win anything this year,
but nevertheless we had two cracker-jack
teams that really played the game with all
their hearts and souls. The Cristobal Tigers
won their gold balls in both the "A" and
"B" leagues, but the Bulldogs got a book
full of memories of hard fought games.


CAPTAINS "B" LEAGUE-Back row, left to right: Edna Jenkins,
Nina Brown, Scotty Scott. Front row, left to right: Julene Page,
Jacque Hutchings.
"B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Back row, left to right: Milvia Arbaiza,
Beverly Rosan, Mary Hamma, Franny Dillon, Nina Brown, Mary
Lou Allen, Orlanda Cruz. Front row, left to right: Judy McCoy,
Julene Page, Oderay Solas, Teonilda Laranaga. Front: Coach
Miss Potter











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"A" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-The following names are of the probable
All-Stars for this year. They have shown very good playing
ability in the sport of Basketball. Back row, left to right: Joan
Forbes, Coila Goodin, Mae Chatburn, Sally Ackerman, Joan Sharp.
Front row, left to right: Jane Madison, Nira Reyes, Joyce Collinge.
CAPTAINS "A" LEAGUE-Left to right: Judy Crooks, Joan
Hummer, Joan Baron, Sally Ackerman, Gloria Alvarado, Estella
Crowder.

Pass t C nt center, dbde deaw dw ee f loo


Last, but by no means least, we had a
wonderful season of basketball. Since bas-
ketball had been switched with softball, it
was received more eagerly than usual, and
since it was the favorite sport, you can imag-
ine how anxious we all were; however, the
attendance for it didn't beat that of volley-
ball. Since our intramural teams were well
matched, the games were very exciting and
loads of fun. At first the games weren't up
to par, since we had to iron out some of the
kinks that had accumulated from not play-
ing basketball for a whole year, but along
in March competition was going strong.
It was fun watching the game but-"Oh,
if only the captain would have put me in just
for that one quarter." Refereeing for the
games was fun, even if at times the players
didn't see the game the same as the refss"
did.


HIT IT HERE, SHEILA!


THAT A BABE, JUDY!


PLEASE DON'T GO IN.


"B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-The following names are of the probable
All-Stars for this year. They have shown very good playing ability
in the sport of Basketball. Back row, left to right: Mary Hamma,
Sarah Collinge, Teonilda Laranaga, Mary Lou Allen, Frances
Dillon. Front row, left to right: Beth Lockridge, Julene Page,
Kay Hebert.
CAPTAINS "B" LEAGUE-Left to right: Pat Quinn, Judy McCoy,
Teonilda Laranaga, Beverly Rosan, Pat Peacher.


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"A" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Salty Ackerman, Gloria Alvarado, Mabel
Chatburn, Joyce Collinge, Judy Crooks, Joan Forbes, Coila Goodin,
Leona Harl Shirley Karst Nira Rej/e Vi:ginia Selby Manager
Joan Sharp. Coach Miss Polter
CAPTAINS A LEAGUE-Joyce Collinge
Forbes Colla Goodin Leona Hart Sh;rley
Nira Reyes Arline Schmidt Virgnia Selby


WE REALLY HAD LOADS OF
FUN THIS SEASON


THOSE SPIKES AND SLAMS
CAME HARD


BOY. THIS WAS A TOUGH
GAME


Mar/ DlIlon, Joan
Kast Tibby Nolan


Sewe atem idg., saie tae tow.
come on team. Ct'st go/

I1n ihn lI,.ld .,I *irl: s ,port .e i.ciried tIe
rie.*. .:ho.Il o, r ,11 ...ith .Ill ,boll Intro-
mulin l ifrled aba.: .I l hr;e .. r eek o letter .- hool
opened c.:.. mniari, kid; .ii ri ed ,,,_,i tha t i.-.o
games .".erE plo. el ecch do, ,ne ot 3 30
Il-, nre.I ...her, hor caonie en.jded u Iuall,
cIout 4 3':1 P 'nr, rib.r Ir, rg hard to get
thcl-,, darn :.pDi o iand Ir in ; :.lo m a go,'.d
.',, "-rd the ._ ame -, :.ul.:1 gel .',: exc inrg
[h-, re--r.:- ,. de':.:.:', .er- de ba ir d E.jut
the, ..eren I r cail, Lad ret;, ..erer ihe,"
',. cerarinl, d.:- .'.e ac c, rlo.d o: t rhaf r k.
the Referee':. Club tf r ihe ', 1 itll -.,. tte, did
in all of the sports.
The All-Stars thi, ye,:r ..i.' e determined
to win, bu. thi, hapi.F, seIlleld cor Co.Cham.
pi,..ri: in"" LeLu: Th Leagu Je .*.on
Ih-. ch-npiorn:hip and- re-.:,e.eld pec':il gold
.lle, ball


CAPTAINS B LEAGUE-Mar, Lou Allen Janer Gibbs Mar, Ham
ma Beth Loclirdge Flora Lora. Anne Magee Shiiley Million


"B LEAGUE ALL.STARS-Mao, Lou AIlIn Frances Dillon Janet
Gibbs. Mary Hamma, Jacqu_ Hutchingi Berh Lockridge Anne
Magee Judy McCo,. Julene Page V.ol',a Scott Conr;e Trefinger
Coach Miis Potter.


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TEAM-Front row, left to right: Henry Cruz, Edgar Jaramillo,
David Mcllhenny, Carlos Jaramillo, Fernando Alegre. Middle
row, left to right: Laura Walston, Mary Alice Hicks, Mary Jo
Jenson, Mary Hamma, Arline Schmidt, Marilyn Ford. Back row,
left to right: Joe Fuller, Gerald Pierce, Clive Barrett, William
Boyd, Dave Shore, Julio Wright, Simon Faygenbaum, James
Suddaby, David Otten, Paul Duran, Coach Pettingill.


OUR COACH!


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SkWay, dacwn yocder i cn a
y-bctty pooe /
Swimming was the only sport that lasted
the whole year 'round. Our team started to
work in the summer and kept it up until the
end of the year.
These kids really worked hard for the
four main events that they knew were to
come. Since some events came up on the
spur of the moment, it was necessary to work
out every single day for about an hour in
order to keep in condition.
The big events of the year were: the Annual
Fourih ot Jul, M.leF, Ihe .lelr oago.irst Por.
mao the Iniericholoshc M.eer ogairii Juric.r
College, and the IMenorial Do, t.Mei The
Elks donated a troph, to Ihe ..rinner of tilh
800rmeter freestile .ini tior men In the t.le-
morial Do, AMeet the Knighit o Columb.:.
olio donated oa roph, in the :aone meel thi
going to the ..rinner ol the 200-mneter free
,t,le s.-.m, for ..omen t.lan, thanks tC. each
of these organrizn or ns for Iheir co-operatii.r
and help
Some ol our n'ermniid and mermen ho.-
beern : g>iood that rh,, ho.e been able .10
pro.e their -.. inmn rng obill'e- inr the U U
and some ha.e e.er, been oble to enter the
-molteur trhletic Union ot the United Stares

LOOK AT DAVID AND CARLOS GO!


GET READY, GET SET, GO!


HE FLOATS THROUGH
THE AIR WITH THE
GREATEST OF EASE-










WORKOUT PERIOD .7


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ARLINE AND MARY
REALLY MADE A GOOD--.
SHOWING THAT TIME
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Rememke'A


the Vocational Guidance classes when we were freshmen?


the chorus under the direction of Mr. Herr?


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our stylish gang suits and snappy classes?


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the meetings under the clock at 3:00?


when our team mode the trip to Miami?


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the games we faithfully cheered our lungs out at?


that heavenly night of our long awaited Junior-Senior
Banquet?


and last but not least, those super dreamy formals?











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