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Title: Zonian
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Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
Publication Date: 1953
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DEDICATION . .
WE, the Zonian staff of 1953, believing that no one person alone is
responsible for making our yearbook and school a success, have dedicated
this ZONIAN to YOU, with our grateful thanks for your support.







FOREWORD

The Staff of the '53 Zonian has attempted to travel back through the year with
you-over the road of memories from your Alma Mater-B. H. S.

As our 1953 graduating class marches to the stage of the Balboa Theatre to receive
those well-earned diplomas. many thought of bygone days will come to mind. Each
step up to the stage will remind us of those familiar steps we traced up and down the
halls from one class to another: the walks around the grounds and to the gym; the
games: the parties: and, of course, the clubhouse. These truly are the "I ....tlriin in
the sands of time"-footprints that can be retraced partially by this book.

The editors and staff hope every word and picture included in this book will help
to make those memories more precious.


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C. F. Anderson
Mechanical Drawing
Kan. St. T.Col., M.S.


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Rita Andreve
Secretary
Univ. of So. Calif.


Linda C. Appin
Secretary


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Claude M. Aycock Hallie Beavers Mary S. Brigham
Spanish Plane Geometry Engrl,'h. Journalism
Columbia U.. MA. Dluke Univ., A.M. Columbia U., M.A.


THEO. F. HOTZ,
Principal
Ohio State. M.\.


Stewart J. Brown
i'/, .... ., Education
Univ. of Pittsburgh






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Sam Hlousto
Teachier- Col


Alice E. Candee Katherine I. Clark
History Librarian
Co'umbia U., M.A. New York U.. M.A.


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'ryer Elmer O. Edwards Charles M. Ellis
ration R.O.T.C. Eng., Latin, Jrnlsin.
n St. Iniv. of Ark.. M.A.
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Chris Ely
Physical Education
Colo. St. Coll., A.B.


Mrs. Mary B.
Eugene
Commercial
N. Y. Univ., M.A.


John C. Fawcett Mrs. Erma C. Bernard E. Frost
Physical Education Forbes English
U. of Redlands, B.A. School Nurse West. Res. U., M.A.
Bradford Hosp.
Trng. Sc. for Nurses


Beatrice
Sturtevant
Gardner
Art
Columbia U.. M.A.


Ray M. Golden
R.O.T.C.
Texas A&M, B.A.


Frances K. Edward W.
Graham Hatchett
Mathematics Mathematics
Columbia U.. M.A. Columbia U.. M.A.


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Victor A. Herr Robert S. Jeffrey Katherine E.
Music Social Studies Jessup
Columbia I.. M.A. I.of Arizona, M.A. English
Teachers Coll.,
Columbia U., M.A.


Natalie K.
Johnson
Spanish, French
l)uke Univ., M.A.




Paul R. Kuyoth
Woodworking,
I)rivers Training sX
Bradley Univ., B.S. .,

George O. Lee Mrs. M. D. Little
Biology Mathematics
Columbia U.. M.A. St.Xavier Coll., B.S.


Hazel Matthews Douglas A.
Er. l!, McInnes
Geo. Peabody Coll. R.O.T.C.
for Teachers, _M.A.


Kenneth W.
Martin
Physics
U. of Okla., M.A.


Eloise Monroe
Household Arts
Columbia U.. M.A.


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Robert K. Mower Walter Oliver
Gen. Science, Math. Spanish
Univ. of Minn.. M.A. Taylor Coll., B.A.


Mrs. Gertrude
Onderdonk
Asst. Librarian


J. Weston
Jane Pittington Dorothy Potter Seaquist
Household Arts Physical Education Gen. Science, Bio.
N.D. Agri. Col., B.S. S.W. La. Inst., B.S. U. of Wis., Ph.B.


Vivian Simmons David A. Speir, Jr. Subert Turbyfill
Commercial Social Studies Speech, Drama
S.W. Univ., B.A. Univ. of Fla.. M.Ed. Mich. State, M.A.


Reynold Vann Allen B. Ward Car Webb
Chemistry, Math. Spanish R.O.T.C.
Univ. Colo., M.Ed. Univ. of Nebr.. M.A.


Marie C. Weir
Bio., Girls' Adviser
Columbia U.. M.A.




Margaret
Whitman
English
N.W. Univ.. M.A.

Captain Earl J.
Wilson
Mltry. Sc. and Tcts.
Armed Forces Inst.


Harold J. Zierten
Asst. Prin., Couns!r.
Bradley Univ.. B.S.


M/Sgt. Henry F. William E. Zemer,
Yarbrough Jr.
R.O.T.C. Physical Education
Ohio State, B.S.


James H. Elliot
Metal Shop
Univ. of Nebr., B.S.

Walter M.
Mikulich
Physical Education
Univ. of Iowa, M.A.

Kenneth W.
Vinton
Mathematics
Columbia, A.M.














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Do you recall, members of the wonderful Class of '53, just how it felt to be con-
sidered a B.H.S.'er at last on that first day of our Freshman year? I imagine we were
all scared, and maybe just a little frightened.
We got off to a good start, though, by electing Ed Armistead as our President.
With the help of his other officers, Noble Holladay, Vice-President: Ted Norris.
Secretary; Bill Bird and Joyce Gardner, S. A. Representatives; and Bill Rosan and
Magda Coloma, S. A. Alternates, Ed surely saw us through a year crowded with parties,
dances, picnics, games . and studies! Mr. Ted lMun,:h. our Sponsor, did everything
he could to see that our social functions were a success. Remember when the Sopho-
mores beat us at the Frosh-Soph. Frolic?
The next year we evened the score by beating that year's Freshmen at the Second
Annual Frolic. Polio interfered with the school's extra activities quite a bit, nevertheless.
we were included in all the fun of the year, thanks to Bill Dawson, President; Ann West,
Secretary; our Representatives, Noble Holladay and Rosemary Hollander; and our
Alternates, Bill Kaska and Jennye Stephens. Julene Page, our Vice-President and
Chairman of our own Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee, did a grand job on the dance
of which we can all well be proud. Miss Alice Candee, our Sponsor. was a terrific help
and was always there when we needed her.
Then we were Juniors and looked upon as upperclassmen at last (by all but the
Seniors). It was then that we began to realize how fast the four years of high school
go by. Ed Armistead, our President again, had the able help of Charlie Smith, Vice-
President; Julene Page, Secretary; Representatives Kay Cross and Cuchy Troncoso:
and Alternates Lyla Lou Womack and Bill Dawson. Bill headed the committee that put
on the really extra-special Christmas Formal that people are still talking about. Class
rings arrived, thanks to Joan Forbes and her committee, and we were very proud to be
able to show them to the rest of the school. Mr. Walter Fischer, our Sponsor, devoted
much time to helping us in every way possible, especially on the all-important Junior-
Senior Banquet and Prom that Joyce Gardner and her committee put on.
This year there has been no one to set an example for us. We were at the top. At
the Inauguration Dance our officers were announced, and after committees had been
appointed, everyone got right down to work to make this the best year of all. It took
a little time for us to get used to the idea that we were holding the reins, but everyone
was proud when we finished the football season undefeated, entertained the guests from
Lake Worth, and put on the Valentine Dance, one of the best Balboa High has ever
had. Then when we were fitted for our caps and gowns, and all the speakers were
getting ready for graduation, we realized that the end had come all too soon. It is now
up to us to make something of the things we learned during our four wonderful years
in B.H.S. Our fondest memories will be of that fabulous Banquet and Prom given
for us by the Juniors, and of that last walk up the long, long aisle of the Balboa
Theatre on Graduation Night. 0

"We've come to the end at last,
High school days are passed-
Years that were filled with the tears and joys,
The laughs and loves of the girls and boys;

"So, thanks be to Mom and Dad
For all the fun we've had,
All of it gone too soon!
We want to remember the days from
September to early in June."

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Senior Class President


PAT HUTCHINGS
Senior Class Vice-President


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CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
Left to right: Maria Ali, Bill Dawson. Chairman: Rosemary
Hollander. Lucy Driscoll. and Ed Armistead.


SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE
Left to right: Elki Altman. Chairman: Nancy Ladd. Everett
Stacy, Gary Lowande. Jim Suddaby, Helen Hasemann, and
Dick Lomedico.


VALENTINE DANCE COMMITTEE
Front row, left to right: Jennye Stephens, Edna Hart, Norine
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KAY CROSS
Senior Class Secretnrn


MR. ALLEN B. WARD
Senior Class Adviser


CARDS AND ANNOl t CEM1ENTn COMMITTEE
Front: Pat Hutrhin,- Chairman. Second row, left to right:
Patsy Reese, L).J 1i.,.Iuk, Joyce Collinge, \ldrllnl Ford.
Back row, left to right: Don Tribe. Jim Herzog. and
Bob Rizzo.


SENIOR RING COMMITTEE
Left to right: Miller Haynes, Chairman; Joan Forbes, Kay
Hebert, and Carl Widell.


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SEINOR WEEK COMMITTEE
Left to right: Marilyn Bevington, Ray Nickisher, Mary
Dillon. Chairman; Don Corn, and Jacquie McCoy.



SENIOR PARTY COMMITTEE
Left to right: Cuchy Troncoso, Judy McCoy, Bob Morris,
Joyce Gardner, Chairman: and Lee Myers. Not pictured:
Mary Jane Sylvestre.


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JOAN ADAMS
"Joallnny"
)De Vails Ilull-. Arkansas
5' 2", eyes of blue, plus a Southern
accent. .. need we say more?
VB. 4; SB. 4*; Fashion Show 4:
Bay County High School: "Toro-
nado Whirl" 3; Wildlife Cl. 2. 3;
Latin Cl. 3; Inter-Club Council
3; Hr. Reporter 2; Pep Squad 1;
Chorus 1, 2, 3.



ELKI ALTMAN
Manhattan, New York
I'im, Vigor, and what Vitality!
She gets a kick out of living.
Hr. Rep. 3; Usher 3, 4; Pep Sqd.
2, 3, 4: Cho. 2; Off. Asst. 4; Polio
Dr. 3; Orph. Dr. 3; Xmas Dan. 3;
Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Inaug. Dan. 3;
Awards Day 3: Sr. Pic. Ch. 4;
Xmas Prog. Narr. 3, 4; Back-to-
School Dan. 3; ZONIAN Ad Sell.
3, 4.


ANA ADLER
Panama, R. de P.
Quiet manner, amiable ways,
always sincere.
Spanish Club 1; Chorus 1, 4.


MARIA JOSE ALI
San Felix, R. de P.
Friendship in her smile and
talent in her toes.
N.H.S. 4; Sp. Cl. 1, 2, 3; Music
Cl. 2, 3; Bio. Cl. 2; C.G.S. 3;
Cap & Gown 4; Clinic Aid 4; VB.
3, 4; SB. 3, 4; BkB. 4.


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GLORIA D. ALVARADO
Panama, R. de P.
Likes action on the Gym floor. If
you're looking for a swell gal,
look no farther!
Ref. Cl. 2; Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4:
Fashion Show 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4;
BkB. 1, 2. 3, 4; VB. 1, 2. 3*, 4*.


GUILLERMO E. ANGULO G.
"Memo"
Panama, R. de P.
A wonderful fellow with loads of
Latin class.
Photo Cl. 1: Com. Cl. 1; Bio. Cl.
2; Xmas Pro. 1; Soccer 1*, 2*;
BB 1, 2; Bkb. 1, 2; VB 1., 2;
Queen's Escort 2; Pan-American
Institute. R.O.T.C. Pvt. 4.


































MARISITA ARBAIZA R.
"Mari"
Panama. R. de P.
A Spanish senorita whose quiet
charm and manner impress many.
Sp. Cl. 3; Cam. Cl. 4; Pep 'i,. 3:
Off. Asst. 3. 4; VI. 3. 4; _B. 3.
4; BkB. 3, 4; Swim. 3, 4.





YVETTE RITA ARIAS
"Peanut"
Panama, R. de P.
A likeable senorita-pleasant
and friendly.
Zonian Ad Sel. 4; Off. Asst. 3;
Romona High School.


MILVIA ARBAIZA R.
Panama, R. de P.
If looks were valued as money,
she'd be a millionairess.
Chorus 1, 2; VB. 1*, 2*; BkB. 2*;
SB. 1*, 2*, 3*, 4*; Staging 2.


ERASMO RAUL ARIAS
"Pinky"
Panama, R. de P.
Our handsome Latin neighbor who
really makes our diamond shine.
Lettm. Cl. 3. 4; Sp. CI. 2, 3; Cho.
1; Usher 3; FB. Dan. 4; UN. Cl.
2, 3, 4; BkB. JV. 2; BB. 3*, 4*;
FB. 2. 3. 4.


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YOLA ISABEL de LOURDES
ARIAS
"Yolita"
Panama. R. de P.
She's our tall, sparkling eyed
senorita.
Fashion Show 3; Off. Asst. 4:
Ramona High School: Xmas Play
1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; BB. 1. 2; VB.
1. 2; Swim 1*. 2*: Orchestra 2.


EDWARD F. ARMISTEAD
"Eddie"
Portsmouth, Va.
Not sinner nor saint, but the
best of chaps.
Pres. 3; Hr. Rep. 2; Hr. Alt. 1:
Cam. Cl. 1; Lib. Asst. 1; Soph.
Picnic 2; Cap & Gown 4; Pro. 1,
4; St. 1: Track 1*, 2*, 3*; FB.
1, 2, 3: BkB. 1. 2, 3; Water Polo 2.


JAN ARMSTRONG
"Tuffy"
Annapolis. Md.
Mighty Mouse in person-cute as
a bug's ear. Our Daisy Mae!
Hr. Rep. 2; Sp. Cl. 2, 3; Pep Sq. 4,
Lib. Asst. 1: Jr.-Sr. Prom 3:
Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Md. and
Santa Ana, Calif.
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HELEN E. BARR
"Bette"
Ancon, C. Z.
Seems quiet until you know her.
Then clear the way for action.
Library Assistant 1, 2. 3.


WALTER E. BENNY, JR.
"Ed"
Panama. R. de P.
Our i i, ., .... '.'. prexy! Big guy
with i,. I- I .,rit Freeze orr. Ed.'
Pres. 4; Lettm. Cl. 4; FB. 3, 4* ;
Track 2, 3, 4.



NANCY LEE BATEMAN
"Nan"
Ancon, C. Z.
She's our sunshine on a rainy da).
Athletically minded, too. Our
Hill-Billv hit.
Ref. Cl. 3, 4; Ushers Cl. 3: Zon-
ian Ad Sel. 3, 4: St. 1: Pep Sq.
1, 2, 3; Fr. Picnic 1: Bowling
Team 3; S.H. Dan. 2: C.G.S. 3:
Tkts. L.W.&M.J. 2. 4; Orch. 1. 2.
3. 4; Band 4; Cho. 2. 3. 4: Sp.
Cho. 3.4: Sp. Orch. 1. 2. 3. 4: VB.
1. 2. 3. 4*: SB. 1. 2, 3, 4; BkB.
2. 3. 4.


JERRY DEAN BENNETT
Olean, N. Y.
Quiet disposition of an angel. Very
able and diligent worker.
Hr. Rep. 3, 4; Drama. Cl. 1; NHS
3, 4; Lib. Cl. 3; Pep Sq. 3; Cho.
2, 3, 4: Sp. Cho. 2. 3; Lib. Asst.
3; Off. Asst. 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3;
Gls. St. 3: Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4:
Pro. & Stag. 1. 2.


HOWARD ARMISTEAD
Portsmouth, Va.
Newcomer to BHS and entirely
welcome! Really smooth to your
eyes.


MARILYN J. BEVINGTON
"Mare"
Ancon. Canal Zone
That spnrk-plug cheerleader with
a friend for every freckle.
Hr. Alt. 2; Hr. Rep. 4: VB. 1. 2,
3. 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 2. 3. 4:
Pep Sqd. 1. 2: Cheerleader 3. 4:
Cho. 1, 2, 3. 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4:
Sr. Wk. Comm. 4; S.A. Party 4:
Pro. 4; C.G.S. Senator 3; Tkts.
L.W. 4; MIus. Cl. Prog. 2.


EILEEN BLEAKLEY
"Butch"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Live, love, laugh, and be happy.
That fits Eileen to a "T".
VB. 1., 2, 3, 4*; SB. 3; Swim.
3, 4; Cho. 3; Lib. Asst. 1; Off.
Asst. 2, 4; Usher 3, 4; C.G.S.
Senator 3; Comm. Usher 3: PAR-
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FRANCIS L. BOYD
"Big Bird"
Kansas City. Kansas
lie's not lazy, he just conserves his
energy. Direct and frank.
Lettm. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Band 1: FB.
Dan. 4; Val. Dan. 4; FB. 1*, 2*,
3*. 4*; BkB. 2". 3', 4*.


EARL R. BOLAND
Cincinnati, Ohio
Slow and easy going without hii
motorcycle.
Camera Club 1; Projection Clulb
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CORA M. CANHAM
"Corita"
Bloomfield, Wisconsin
Quiet but pleasant. Her songs are
as sweet as she is.
Hr. Rep. 1: Hr. Alt. 2; S.A. Sec-
retary 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4; Lib.
Asst. 2, 3: Music Club 1: Mus.
Cl. Prog. 2. 3.


TERESA E. CHEREM
"Teresita"
Panama, R. de P.
Sweet as can be . reserved
manner with a genuine smile.
Camera Cl. 1; Spanish Cl. 2-
Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Fashion Show 4


GEORGE CHUNG
Panama, R. de P.
Wish we could get his grades!
Quiet, but very friendly.
Chess Cl. 4: Camera Cl. 3; Chem-
istry 3; FB. 1. 2, 3, 4; BkB. 3;
BB. 1. 2; Track 2, 3.

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PATRICK BURKE
"Pat"
l)es Moines, Iowa
Even-tempered . quiet, con-
scientious, and dependable
red head.
Cadet Cpl. 4; McCooey High
School: FB. 1; BkB. 1.


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PABLO EDUARDO CHUNG
"Pablo"
Panama, R. de P.
Not much to say, but with one
word you know he's really
an O.K. guy.
ARBONE Philatelic Cl. 2, 3; U.N. Cl. 4:
Chess Cl. 4; Chemistry CI 3; FB.
1, 2; BB. 2.


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Sp. Cl. 1, 2. 3: U.N. Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Art Cl. 1; Pep Sq. 1, 2; Lib. Asst.
1:; Off. Asst. 1.


JOYCE C. COLLINGE
"Joy"
Waupaca, Wisconsin
Our enthusiastic and able co-
Editor. The only way to have
a friend is to be one.
Hr. Rep. 1, 3; Hr. Alt. 4; ZON-
IAN 4; Co.Ed. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4;
V. Pres. 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Cam. Cl.
1; Bio. CL 2; Ref. Cl. 2, 3, 4;
VB. 1, 2, 3*, 4*; SB. 1, 2, 3*, 4*;
BkB. 1, 2*, 3*. 4*; Pep Sqd. 1,
2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3;
Lab. Asst. 3; G.A.A. Dan. 4; Card.
& Announce. 4; C.G.S. 3; Gov. 3;
Grad. Usher 3; Banq. Bugle 4.


ELAINE CLARK
Greenport, Long Island, N. Y.
Demure young lady with a
personality all her own.
Hr. Alt. 1; Sp. CI. 1; VB. 1, 2, 3,
4; SB. 1, 2, 3; BkB. 2, 3, 4; Pep
Sqd. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2,3; Off. Asst.
1; Fresh. Pic. 1; C.G.S. 3.


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WALTER COLLINS
"Chonmbo"
Amesbury, Massachusetts
A real devil if we ever saw one.
A lot of pep for a little guy.
"Glamour Boy" 4; R.O.T.C. Sgt.
F.C.


FRED A. COTTON
Colon, R. de P.
Romeo has nothing on him . .
sincere and good-natured.
Lett. Cl. 1. 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2:
Orch. 1. 2; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4: 1st
Lt.; FB. And. 4; FB. I", 2*, 3*,
4*: Track 3*. 4* : Mgr. 1. 2: Bkll.
4*; BB. 2.


FRANCISCO DELEGADO
"Pancho"
Colon, R. de P.
Flash on the track field. Quite
a guy!
Sp. Cl. 3; Lettm. CI. 2, 3, 4; BB.
l*, 2*, 3*, 4*: Track 2". 3*, 4*;
FB. 1, 2. 3. 4; Swim. 1. 2: Clo. 1.







GEORGE DANSBY
"Gorgeous George"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Slow and easy .. a personality
all his own.
FB. 3. 4*: PBB. 3: R.O.T.C. 2. 3.
Mi/Sgt. 4: Pres. Cam & Elec. 4.


DONALD GREGG CORN
"Cornie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Really not all "Corn"! Always in
the mood for a good time. Whole-
hearted and good-natured.
Hr. Rep. 4; Lett. Cl. 3. 4: Band
3, 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; Sgt. Ic.:
Sr. Wk. Comm. 4; Mus. Asst. 1;
Xmas Wind. Dis. 3, 4; Band Uni-
forms Comm. 4; Track 2. 3. 4;
Tennis 1.


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KATHERINE J. CROSS
"Kay"
Ancon. Canal Zone
A lass with twinkling blue eyes, a
pert turned-up nose and a quick
smile for one and all.
Sr. Sec. 4; S.A. Rep. 3; Hr. Alt.
2; ZONIAN 4; Banq. Bugle 4:
N.H.S. 4; Pep Sqd. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho.
1, 2, 3. 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Grad.
Marshall 3; Soph. Pic. 2; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. 3; S.H. Dan. 2; Back-to-
School Dan. 4; C.G.S. Sec. of
'tate 3; Pres. Elec. & Cam. 4:
Elk's Cl. Comm. 4: Val. Dan. Ch.
4; ZONTAN Ad Sel. 4: Tkts.
M.J. & L.W. 2, 4; VB. 1, 2, 3. 4;
sB. 1, 2, 3. 4; BkB. 4.


An all around good guy ... sports
on his mind .. typical Irish
traits.
Pres. 2; Hr. Rep. 2. 3. 4; Lettm.
Cl. 4: NHS 4; Chess Cl. 4; Orch.
1. 2; Band 2; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Capt.
4; Jr. Anth. 3; Xmas Dan. Ch. 3:
FB. Dan. Ch. 4; C. & G. Comm.
Ch. 4: FB. 3*. 4*; Track 3* 4*.


PANAMA DELVALLE R.
"Cuchy"
La Chorrera, R. de P.
A quiet Spanish miss with a smile
at all times. Neat as a pin.
Sp. Cl. 1. 2; SB. 2 Pep Sq. 1, 2.


ELDA CORREA
"Lira"
Panama, R. de P.
Quiet but very likeable Latin lass.
Sp. Cl. 3; Mus. Cl. 3; Pep Sqd.
3; Cho. 3; Clinic Asst. 4; BkB.
3; VB. 3, 4; SB. 3.


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[LLIAM R. DERR
"Bill"
I'.,terson. New Jersey
Bt .' tar general in service.
P 1'. ,Ie and Lore, brother!"
A\I lian. 4: FB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BB.
I H ) T.C,. 2. 3. Lt. Col. 4, Bat.



II %HY AGNES DILLON
Boston, Mass.
'i. t girl this side of heaven.
ki :' F ...... 'ie we'll long remember.
Bio. 1; Ref. 2, 3, 4; Ushers 3, 4:
Isth. Bowl Tkts. 4: Mus. Aide 1:
Pep Sq. 1, 2. 3: Cho. 3; Sp. Cho.
3: Off. Asst. 2, 3. 4: Jr.-Sr. Banq.
3; Grad. Usher 3; Sr. Wk. Ch.
4; S.H. Dan. 2; Soph. Pic. Queen
2: Zonian \i `.-1 1: VA rniirt
3. 4; G I- "1 i1: 1 ..uri 4.
Pres. Cam FI.. I. 1I. l. IOr
PEARL M. DiBELLA 4: FB. 1 2 I I. .1:
"Bunny" 1. 2. 3: .. 1
Take a wonderful personality, put
in a cute figure. and wrap it up
with a smile ... that's Bunny! .
Pep Sq. 2. 3: Cho. 2. 3; Sp. Cho.
3; G1s. St. 3: Val. Queen's Court
3; Fisher 2. 3: Grad Usher 3.














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NORINE EVELYN DILLMAN
Ancon, Canal Zone
The more you know her the more
you like her. Knowledge
not gained from books.
Parrakeet 4; NHS 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1.
2, 3; Cho. 1, 2; Fr. Pie. 1; Soph.
Pic. 2; S.H. Dan. 2; Xmas Dan.
3; Jr.-Sr. Ibn.i 3; Gls. St., Att.
Gen. 3; Usher 4; Val. Dan. 4;
Isth. Bowl Pro. Ch. 4; VB. 2, 4;
Fr. Play 1.


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PATRICIA G. DOWNEY
"Pat"
Xsbury Park. N. J.
A wonderful girl to know. A friend
in need is a friend indeed.
Grad. Usher 3: Sp. Cl. 1; Pep Sq.
1.2: FB. 2.3. 4: BkB. 3, 4.


LUCY ANN DRISCOLL
"Lulu"
Panama. R. de P.
Impetuous. brown-eyed Lucy. A
girl to admire.
Zonian 4; Banq. Bugle 4; Pro.
Cl. 1: Pep Sq. 1. 2; Off. Asst. 3;
Usher 3; Gls. St. 3; Isth. Bowl
Tkts. 4; C. & G. Comm. 4; Sr. Pic.
4: As. Bus. Mgr. Parrakeet 3;
Parrakeet Ad Sel. 3; Grad. Usher
3: VB. 1. 2. 3. 4: BkB. 3. 4:
SB. 4.


I \R,ItREr (6,. ED XH R[DS
"Gay"
Panama. R. de P.
Like sugar and spice, she's every-
thing nice. One-man girl.
Hr. Rep. 2, 3; Pep Sq. 1; Lib.
Asst. 1: Off. Asst. 3. 4; Inaug.
Dan. 2: Xmas Dan. 3: Fashion
Show 2, 3; Jr. Anth. 3: Cds. &
Annc. 4; GIs. St. 3; Isth. Bowl
Tkts. 2: Usher 2.



ROBERT S. FISHBOUGH
"Fish"
Colon. R. de P.
Another one of our blonde good-
looking seniors. Strong (?)
silent (?) type.
Orch. 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 2. 3, Sgt. 4;
Xmas. Pro. 4.


ANDREW D. ESSLINGER
"Andy"
Panama, R. de P.
Silence is golden. A very quiet
and calm fellow. Nice to know.
Stamp Cl. 2. 3; R.O.T.C. 2, 3.
M/Sgt. 4; Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4:
BB. 2. 3.


RENEE FELTON
"Renie"
Colon. R. de P.
One of the first to leave and we
were sorry to see her go.
Cho. 4.







JOAN RAE FORBES
"Forbeez"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A voice worth listening to ... will
wear a nurse's cap some day.
Hr. Rep. 4; Parrakeet Ad Sel. 3;
GAA 2, 3, Sec. 4; Mus. Cl. 1; Ref.
Cl. 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Cho. 2,
3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1; Lab. Asst. 1;
S.H. Dan. 2; Gls. St. 3; GAA Dan.
3, 4; Jr. Rings Ch. 3; Fr. Pic. 1:
Usher 3, 4; VB. 1, 2*, 3*, 4*:
SB. 1,2,3; BkB. 1, 2*, 3,4.


ANN LOUISE GORMAN
Boston, Mass.
Gentlemen prefer blondes . and
she's no exception!
Act. 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2; Chrll. 3, 4:
Off. Asst. 3. 4; Clinic Asst. 2:
R.O.T.C. Batt. Sponsor 4; Pro-
ducing & Stag. 1, 4; Fr. Pic. 1:
Grad. Usher 3; VB. 2, 3. 4: SB.
2. 3. 4: BkB. 4.


RODRIGO GALVEZ H.
Ancon. Canal Zone
Friendly guy with a big smile.
Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4: BB. 1.
2. 3. 4: BkB. 1. 2. 3. 4.


ELIZABETH A. GIAVELLI
"Titn"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Candid in everything she does.
Steady-going.
Pep Sq. 1. 2. 3: BkB. 1. 2. 3. 4:
SB. 1. 2. 3.4: VB. 1. 2. 3: Swim.
1, 2.


AMBROSIO GRIFO
"Tito"
Ancon, Canal Zone
One of the "GriJo Brothers". Most
oiI us have known him since
kindergarten.
Track 1. 2. 3. 4: BkB. 1. 2. 3. 4:
FB. 1. 2. 3, 4 BB. 1. 2.3. 4: Swim.
1. 2. 3.


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MARILYN ALICE FORD
"Lynn"
Panama. R. de P.
Just like a Ford-neat lines an'l
plenty of junny noises. Always
ready for a good time.
Hr. Rep. 4; Zonian 4; NHS 4;
GAA 2.3, 4; Cam. CI. 1; Usher 4;
Pep Sq. 1; Cho. 1. 2; Fr. Pic. 1:
Fr.-Soph Frolic 1. 2; Soph Pic. 2;
Grad. Usher 3; Crds. & Annc. 4;
GAA Dan. 4; Pres. Cam. & Elec.
4; Swim. 1*, 2*, 3*, 4; SB. 1, 2*;
VB. 1, 2, 3, 4.


I1. JO0 I E %RDNER
"'Jo "
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I irliiriil (itl,1, r it, t, 'i l l ,. >..
,,i.,1,, ,iu,- .t.'rul, li.i .I,
,,, rh, ,..,,, t 1 ,,rid,
'A. Rep. 1, Ilr. Rep. 1. 2, XL A
3. 4; Pep Sq. 1. 2; Chldr. 3, 4;
Cho. 1, 2; Clinic Asst. 4; R.O.T.C.
Sponsor 4; Gls. St. 3; Fr. Pic. 1;
S.H. Dan. 2: Soph Pic. Ch. 2;
Xmas Dan. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Ch. 3:
Grad. Usher 3: GAA Dan. 4; Sr.
Party Ch. 4; Fr.-Soph Frolic 2;
\ct. 2: SB. 1, 2, 3*, 4*; BkB.
1. 2. 3". 4: VB. 1. 2, 3. 4.



BERTHA FRANCESCHI
Ancon, Canal Zone
Her cheerful manner and rather
shy grin are only two of her
many nice ways.
Sp. Cl. 1, 3; UN. Cl. 4; Pep Sq.
1: Cho. 1, 2; Latin Wind. Dis. 2;
Latin Banq. 2: VB. 2. 3, 4; SB.
2. 3, 4: BkB. 4.


STANLEY F. GLENN
"Stan"
Hildreth, Nehr.
Towering in height. Quiet ind
fun to know.
Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Orchestra 1. 2.


ENRIQUE GRIFO, JR.
"Quique"
Ancon, Canal Zone
The other of the friendly, fun-
loving pair.
R.O.T.C. 4, Pvt; BB. 1, 2, 3: FB.
1. 2: BkB. 1. 2. 3; Water polo 1.








THOMAS W. GRIMISON
"Tonm"
Colon, R. de P.
A boy who really puts his heart
into everything he does.
NHS 4; Orch. 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 2. 3.
1st Lt. 4: PkB. 3: FB. 3; FB.
Mgr. 3.


LANNY GUNN
Ancon, Canal Zone
Little Napoleon. Man of action
and a few words (???)
Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4;
R. O. T. C. 2. 3, Cpt. 4; Swim.
1. 2. 3, 4.


RICHARD L. HALE
"Dick"
San Diego, Calif.
4 quiet riot. An O. K. guy in
everyone's book.
Football Dance 4.


ROBERT G. HARRELL

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EDNA LOUISE HART
Ancon, Canal Zone
Keeps up with the Jones. Lives,
laughs and loves her way
through life.
Zonian 4; Banq. Bugle 4; Pep
Sq. 1, 2, 3; Chrld. 4; Cho. 4; Sp.
Cho. 4; Off. Asst. 2, 3; Fr. Pie.
1; S.H. Dan. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3;
Jr. Rings 3; Val. Dan. 4; Grad.
Usher 3; Gls. St. 3; Jr. Anth. 3;
Pro., Stag., & Act. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bal.
Relays Attend. 3; Pres. Cam. &
Elec. 4; VB. 2; BkB. 3, 4.


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PAUL J.HARBER
Ancon, Canal Zone
7'll, dark and handsome.
life in his stride.
SBkB. JV. 2.


ALICE IDA HAGBORG
"Cux"
British Honduras


IT ear a smile is her motto.
"Chatter-Champ"
Acting 1, 2, 3, 4; Pro. & Stag. 1.
2, 4; UN. Cl. 2, 3: Ref. Cl. 3; Pro.
Cl. 2; Pep Sq. 1, 2. 3, 4; Fr. Pic.
1; Parrakeet Ad Sel. 2: Zonian
Ad Sel. 4; Usher 2, 3, 4; VB. 1.
2.3.4: BkB. 1,2,4: SB. 1,2,3,4.


MARION HARRIS
"Shorty"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Ever sits still a moment-there's
laughter on her lips and
deviltry in her eyes.
Cam. CI. 1, 2; Ref. Cl. 3, 4;
Usher 3, 4; Fashion Show 2; Isth.
Bowl Tkts. 2. 4; Zonian Ad Sel.
Takes 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Cho. 1; Lib. Asst.
1, 2, 3: Off. Asst. 4; Clinic As-t.
3; Pro. & Stag. 3, 4; SB. 1. 2, 3,
4*; BkB. 3, 4; VB. 1, 2; 3: Swim.
3: Archery 1.



A. MILLER HAYNES
San Antonio, Texas
The ready eye behind many of our
snapshots. Gets along with
everyone.
Zonian 4; Banq. Bugle 4;
R.O.T.C. 4, Sgt.; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3:
Sr. Rings Chr. 4; Jr. Anth. 3; FB.
Mgr. 3, 4; Bethesda-Chevy Chase
H.S.: Hr. Rep. 1, 2; Elec. Cl. 2;
BkB. Mgr. 2.


HELEN RUTH HASEMANN
Colon, R. de P.
A willing worker-we need more
like her. Lots of fun all the time.
Zonian 4; Banq. Bugle Ed. 4;
Ref. Cl. 3; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho.
2, 3; Sp. Cho. 4; Fr. Pic. 1; S.H.
Dan. 2: Grad. Usher 3; GIs. St.
3; Zonian Ad Sel. 4; Isth. Bowl
Tkts. 4; Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4; Sr.
Pic. 4; VB. 2, 3. 4: BkB. 3, 4;
SB. 2. 3.


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KATHERINE J. HEBERT
h av"
Panama, R. de P.
Her lovely manners and her serene
charm remind us of a lady on
an old-fashioned cameo.
Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2; Lib.
Asst. 2; Off. Asst. 4; Fr. Pic. 1;
Soph Pic. 2; Val. Court 1; Usher
3, 4; Jr. Rings 3; Xmas Dan. 3;
'i Rin,;. I; Inaug. Dan. 4; Pres.
( jn & ec. 4; VB. 1, 2, 3, 4:
BkB. 1, 2*, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3, 4.


DORA A. HENRIQUEZ
"Dorita"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Tiny li'l gal, but plenty of spark
and pep in any sport.
GAA 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 1, 2, 3; Ref.
Cl. 3; Usher 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Cho.
1; Lib. Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion
Show 4; VB. 1, 2*, 3, 4*; SB. 1.
2. 3, 4: BkB. 1. 2`. 3. 4; Swim 1.


MARY ALICE HICKS
"Maralous"
Ancon. Canal Zone
What her can do with her trom-
bone! A quick boost for
your morale.
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Stamp LI. 1, 2, J; Lilrin. L. J;
Cam. Cl. 1, 2, 3; Chess Cl. 4; UN.
Cl. 4: BB. 3.







JAMES HERZOG
"Jinl"
Washington, D. C.
always ready for a good time. Get
a look at those waves!
Lettm. Cl. 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Ist
Lt. 4; Cds. & Annc. Comm. 4;
FB. 1, 2, 3; BB. 1, 2, 3.


DAVID ALLISON HOPE
"Dave"
Birmingham, Ala.
Takes life as it comes and loves
it! What wit, what, wit?
Projection Cl. 2, 3, 4; Drill Team
2, 3, 4: Rifle Team 2. 3, 4; BB.
Mgr. 4: Usher 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 2.
3. /, Sgt. 4: FB. 1.










ROGELIO HO
Panama, R. de P.
A friendly neighbor from across
the border.


































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ROSEMARY L. HOLLANDER
"Rosie"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Sunshine in her smile. First class
editor of the Parrakeet.
SA. Rep. 2; Hr. Rep. 2; Parrakeet
i. Ed. 4; Usher 2, 3, 4; Mus. Cl.
1, 2, 3; Cam. Cl. 1; UN. Cl. 2,
rreas. 3, 4; Bio. Cl. 2; Pep Sq.
1. 2. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1; Fr. Pic. 1:
;oph Pic. 2; S.H. Dan. 2; Xmas
lan. 3: C. & G. Comm. 4; Grad.
Jsher 3; Isth. Bowl Tkts. 2, 4;
,ls. St. Act., Pro. & Stag. 1. 2. 3.
4: VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2. 4;
BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4.


ROBERT P. HUGHES, JR.
"Bob"
Little Rock, Ark.
A guy with an engaging person-
ality. Quiet at times but
always fun.
NHS 4; Chess. Cl. 4; R.O.T.C.
Rifle Team 4.


PATRICK HUTCHINGS, JR.
"Pat"
Colon, R. de P.
A guy who's going places. There's
something cooking when
he's quiet.
Vice-Pres. 4; Hr. Rep. 1: Radio
Cl. 1. 2: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Cpt. 4;
Sr. Anne. Comm. 4; FB. 1, 2, 3;
BB. 1. 2. 3; BkB. 1, 2; BB. JV. 2.






























THOMAS A. JENKINS
"Tom"
I',l...I. Ilh,..~ Penna.
Lanky is the word for Tom-a
smile that never seems to fade.
Lettm. Cl. 3. 4; FB. Dan. 4: Xma-
Pro. Comm. 4; FB. 2, 3", 41:
Track 1, 2*, 3*, 4; Swim 2.


JOSEPH B. JENKINS
"Joe"
Philadelphia, Penna.
His friendliness reaches the peak
that he does. Quiet fellow,
sometime es!
R.O.T.C. 2. 3, Sgt. 1st Cl. 4:
Water polo 3; BkB. 3.






HUBERT JOHN JORDAN
"Ichabod"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Miniature "Blast" furnace. If
you're looking for fun-
call Hubert.
R.O.T.C. Sgt. 3; Track 4; Rifle
Team 2, 3. 4; FB 1. 2. 3, 4; BB
1, 2. 3. 4: Water Polo 1. 2. 3, 4.


NORMAN KAMAN
"Norm"
Shanghai. China
i *oert in mechanical drawing.
Swell guy to know.
AMS ANTHON.O.T.. t Lt. 4 Stamp C. 3:
JAMES ANTHONY JONES UN. C1.3: Cam. (1.. 3: Isher 3. 4.
"Wild Jim"
Columbus. Georgia
.ot just another Jones. A nice
kid-and we like kids!
I.ettm. Cl. 3. 4: FB. Dan. 4:
R.O.T.C. 2; FB. 3*. 4"; Track 2.
3*: 111. 2, 3; BkB. 1. 2.


WILLIAM KASKA
"Bill"
Ancon, Canal Zone
mind filled with knowledge is a
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HERBERT CARl, KELLY
"Herbie"
Liberty Mills, Mich.
A happy heart makes a happy guy.
Lucky to know.
Cam. Cl. 1, 2, 3; Radio Cl. 2:
Project. Cl. 3: uiin.i Cl. 1, 2, 3;
R.O.T.C. 2, 3, ,1r. 4; UN. Cl. 3;
Pres. Cam & Elec. 4.





NELDA JUDITH LASSO
"Skidd"
Panama, R. de P.
Sweet and friendly smile.
Sp. Cl. 1, 2; Cam. Cl. 1; UN. Cl.
t: Pep Sq. 1, 2; Carnival Dan.
Court 2: Carnival Dan. 2: VB.
1. 2. 4: SB. 1, 2, 4: BkB. 4.


BETTY C. LaBREE
Salem, N. J.
Charming and sweet. One of our
mid-term grads.
Fashion Show 3; Cho. 3; Sp. Cho.
3; Bacc. Clio. 3; VB. 3; Bowling
3: Mt. Vernon High School: Tau
Alpha Gamma Drama Cl. 2; Art
Cl. 1, 2.


NANCY E. LADD
"Nanse"
Akron, Ohio
TNT-Trim, Neat, and Ttrr,i, '
Zonian Ad Sel. 4; Pep Sq. 2; Cho.
2; Museum Asst. 2; Grad. Mar-
shall 3; Fashion Show 4; Gls. St.
3: Sr. Pie. 4; Isth. Bowl Tkts. 2;
S.H. Dan. 2; FB. Court 4; Fr.-
Soph Frolic 1. 2; Soph Pic. 2;
BkB. 2*, 3, 4; SB. 1. 2, 3. 4; VB.
1. 2. 3, 4.


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ALIANA LEWIS
"Aly"
New Orleans. La.
Cute little red head . a sure
friendship winner.
Hr. Rep. 1; Cam. Cl. 3; Music
Cl. 3; Chess Cl. 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3.
4; Sp. Cho. 3: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3:
Gls. St. 3; Zonian Ad Sel. 3, 4:
Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4; Grad.
Usher 3: Acting 1, 4; SB. 3:
BkB. 3. 4; VB. 4.


CHARLES L. MacDONALD
"Mae"
Ancon. Canal Zone
/I you can sleep and pass, wht
stay awake? Everyone agrees
he's a fine fellow.
FB. 1. 2, 3, 4: BkB. 1. 2. 3. 4:
BB. 1, 2. 3. 4.


CARMEN LOPEZ
"(.arnmita"
Providence, R. I.
Outward quietness, inward
sparkle. Just as nice as
thev come.
Cam. Cl. 1. 2: Music Cl. 1: Lib.
Ast. 2: Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4: VB.
1. 2; Bowling 2.


IRMA M. LORA
Bejuco, R. det P.
4 quiet bundle of Latin charm.
Pleasing ways and a warm smile.
Chorus 1, 2.


MARY ELIZABETiH I.E%'1;
".Unrs Beth"

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tnlfllt-y/oli Lt atld' /Itt'i'tIt .
Zonian 4: NHS 4; Music Cl. 3:
Usher 4; Lib. Asst. 2; Gls. St.
3; SB. 1. 2. 3: VB. 3, 4: BkB. 4.


SONIA A. MANTOVANI
"Sony"
Panama. R. de P.
Hare iou ever seen a dreaml
walking?
Sp. Cl. 2. 3: Cho. 1; Lib. Asst. 1;
Fashion Show 2. 3: VB. 2, 3, 4;
SB. 3, 4: BkB. 4.


ESPERANZA LOPEZ
"Espy"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Always on the spot with her
warm "Hi".
Sp. Cl. 1, 2, 3; Pep Sq. 1. 2. 3:
Cho. 1, 2; Lib. Asst. 1; Elks Cl. GARY LOWANDE
I)an. 4: VB. 1. 2, 3, 4: BkB. 1, 2. "Luigee"
3, 4. Colon. R. de P.
Sr. Pic. 4: Xmas Pro. 4: Hr. Rep.
4: R.O.T.C. 2. Sgt. 3.


a- DICK M. LOMEDICO
S'Hollyrwood"
Panama, R. de P.
g0 l,,shing smile that sends the girls
-ooh! so good-looking!
P.-eksill Military Academy: BB.
2"; JV. FB. 1, 2; Dan. Comm. 2;
S r Pic. Comm. 4.

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FERNANDO MARTINEZ
Ancon, Canal Zone
Charles Atlas build topped with a
spirit of friendliness and fun.
Chess Cl. 4; Stamp Cl. 2: BB. JV.
1. 2; BkB. 1. 2. 3: FB. 2. 3:
Water polo 2. 3: Swim. 3.








MARIO J. MATA
Panama, R. te P.
Our friendly amigo from across
the border.
R.O.T.C. 2, 3. 1st Lt. 4; Rifle
Team 2. 3, 4: Drill Team 2. 3. 4;
Track 2*: BBl. JV. 2, 3, 4: FB. 4.


CARMEN LUZ MATOS
"Corn,"
Juncos, Puerto Rico
' i- ..I.. l,'. beautiful brown eyes".
Vice-Pres. 1: Secy. 2; Stag. 2;
Lab. Asst. 2; Grad. Ch. 1: BkB.
1; VB. 2; Herman Ridder H.S. &
Jaime- Monroe H.S.






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JUDITH ANN MAY
"Judy"
Buffalo. N. 'I.
Our ambitious co-editor who
really rnakles work a pleasure.
Zonian 3, Co-Ed. 4; Banq. Bugle
3. 4; [IN. Cl. 3, Sec. 4: NHS 4;
Pep Sq. 2, 3; G(;. St. 3; Jr.-Sr.
Ban;. 3: Grad. lUsher 3; Hr. Alt.


RONALD G. McCONNELL
"Ronie"
Westfield. Mass.
Knows his vway around . curl/
locls .. tall with plenty of
push on the football field.
R. 0. T. C. 2. 3. Maj. 4; Stag-
Mgr. 3. 4: FB. 2", 3*. 4": Track
2. 3, 4; BkB. MIr. 4.


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JACQUELYN M. McCOY
"Jacquie"
Altoona, Penn.
The real McC(oy-hits the peak in
popularity-our lovely
Football Queen.
Hr. Rep. 2, 3; Zonian 4; Banq.
I -..1, 4: I!sher 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3:
I I1.. 4; Sp. Cho. 4; Off. Asst. 4:
R.O.T.C. Co. Spon. 4: Sr. Wk. 4:
(Is. St. 3: FB. Queen 4: Grad.
I sher 3; Act & Pro. 4; Isth. Bowl
Tkts. 4: VI. 2. 3. 4: BkB. 2, 3. 4:
SB. 4.


JULIA GAY McCOY
"Judy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
irfhat, another real McCoy? Our
darling, chatter-scatter brain.
Zonian 4: Banq. Bugle 4; GAA
3. 4: NHS 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3;
Chrl. 4; Cho. 1. 2. 3: Sp. Cho. 3:
Off. Asst. 4: Fr. Pic. 1; Soph Pie.
2; S.H. Dan. 2; Sr. Party 4; Gls.
t : I .hlir 2- C .rad I'*hi.r .:
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[I.., I. 1:a. k I,,',I..,,I Iisai
I. \. I i ,~ P .. 1 4. \
i. 2: 1 Bkl i : 4
-\ I 2 ri ; :


ALICE McKELVY
Denver, Colo.
A sweet voice and a pretty smile
make a friendly girl.
Clover Park High School, Tacoma.
Wah.


CHARLES MILLER
"Chuck"
David, R. de P.
Another newcomer. Quite hand-
some. Laughs away his lime.


JAMES W. MORRIS
"Jim"
Lowell, Mass.
A real splash in the water! Grand
guy to have around. Always has
something witty to say.
Lettm. Cl. 3, 4; Swim. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Water polo 1, 2; R.O.T.C. 2, 3.


WILFRED R. MORRIS
"Big Bob"
Trenton, N. J.
Meet Mr. Goldilocks! Ile lives to
eat, sleep, and play football!
Lettnt. 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4:
Orch. 1, 2. 3, 4; Sr. Party 4;
Chess Cl. 4; FB. 2 ", 3 4*; Track
2*. 3*, 4*; BB. 2, 3: BkB. 1. 2,












DON MORTON
"Morty"
Colon. R. de P.
Friend!) guy with baseball as his
specialty.
Lettm. 3, 4; BB. 3*. 4*; R.O.T.C.
2, 3, M/Sgt. 4.


THEODORE R. NORRIS
"Ted"
Personality, winning smile, good
lools, and helpful ways make
Ted one we won't forget.
Sec. 1; Lettm. Cl. 2, 3. 4; Cho. 1.
2, 3, 4; Mus. Asst. 1; Lab. Asst.
I. 1* I .. 4 4. \ Al [Iji ,
Il; [uian 4. Ir .,.p, FI..II. 1.
i,rj.1 11ar-hlll 3 l- .1 1-.a ,.
4 Z .n..rn \. "l 1 1. I-thi. ',.. l
Tki-. 2. 4. Pr, (.ta & El-. 1
',.: k I,. I,,'L. D.I3 4. 1 H. 2 1
I : I r .k 2 I BLt 4


JULENE E. PAGE
"Julie"
Panama, R. de P.
Efficiency on parade-proves it
doesn't pay to judge by size.
V-Pres. 2: Sec. 3; Hr. Rep. 3; Act.
& Pro. 4: Parrakeet 3, Asst. Ed.
4; Cam. Cl. 1: Ref. Cl. 3; GAA
3, 4: NHS 3, Sec-Treas. 4; Pep
Sq. 1. 2, 3; Chrld. Alt. 4: Cho.
1: Lib. Asst. 1; Fr. Pie. 1; S.H.
Dan. 2: Jr. Xmas Dan. 3: GAA
Dan. 4; Val. Dan. 4.




iti DIi1.PIi 1. )',rHE%
-'Rud'."
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. I. .. 2
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lik l' I i. 1; 1.2 4. ill
1. 2 I
2 ;


FRANK PATRIDGE
Panama. R. de P.
Out to get the best out of life and
he surely will.
UN. Cl. 2. 3. V.-Pres. 4.


I.EE 11L ERS



I dent
fll ll lll
I.l, III i. 1. 1 I 11. 2' 1. '
( h... I: R li.I i 2. 1.1 .1
4 Jr.. ;i HI.inI r iPJm, I1.
fI l k 2 .; ir \lr .r 4 I
'l k 2. la,r...ur Bi.>' 4


JOSEPH T. 01.11 ER. JR.
"Iloii Joe. o. "73' "
\it nul. 1 iual /.'n1-
tif -. 11 4 1111. 4 li t" t AI rAi 1-

i1, uiN ,, "l. ,lt, ,tu l ,g ,..1.,,.,,
He laughs a lot and jokes a lot
But for work he has no passion!
Lettm. Cl. 3. 4; Chess Cl. 4; Cho.
1, 2. 3, 4: Sp. Cho. 4; R.O.T.C. 2.
3; FB. Dan. 4; "Beauty and the
Beef" 4; FB. 2, 3", 4*; BkB. 1.
2.


LOUIS M. PACE. JR.
St. Louis. Mo.
"Hey, Goodlooking. Got a hot rod
Ford and a two dollar bill?"
Lettm. Cl. 1. 2; R.O.T.C. 2. 3, 1st
Lt. 4; BkB. Mgr. 1; FR. 4*.


RAYMOND H. NICKISHER
"Ray"
McKees Rocks, Pa.
What would football be without
"his" quarterback sneak? We
wonder-does it work with girls?
Lettm. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4;
SFB. Dan. 4; Sr. Wk. 4; Athletic
Council 4; FB. 1. 2*, 3*, 4*;
BkB. 1, 4*; BB. 1, 2; Track 2, 3.
4; Singing Vals. 4.


JOHN PATRIDGE
"Conejo"
Panama, R. de P.
R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Sgt. 4; Drill Team
3.








GRACE PICKENPAUGH
Caldwell. Ohio
A friendly disposition with all.
Genial as the day is long.
Cho. 3: Lib. Asst. 3; Fashion
Show 3; Mus. Aid. 1: Gls. St. 3:
Pres.. Cam. & Elec. 4.

PATRICIA REESE
"Patsu"
Napa, Calif.
Dimpled 'n delightful . our
Valentine Queen.
UN. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Mus. Cl. 1, 2; Sp.
CI. 1, 2; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho.
3, 4; Val. Court 3, Queen 4; Cds.
& Annc. 4.
DANNY PRI.LL
"J**rk"
SR.1 i.L II 1


It I t 2. '.. *",_ 1. I ; .'. i


ROBERT A. RIZZO
"Strantgler"
Long Island, N. Y.
Delightfully bashful. Always
eludes the girls.
Cds. & Annc. 4; R.O.T.C. 2; FB.
2, 3*; Carlisle Military School.


GERALD M. PIERCE
"Percy"
Cleveland, Ohio
FB. Dan. 4; Lettm. Cl. 3, 4; Cho.
4; Sp. Cho. 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 1st
Lt. 4: Swim 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2.


PRISCILLA PLICET B.
"Prisy"
Ancon. Canal Zone
Petite young lady. Full ot
at all times.
Zonian Ad Sel. 4; Sp. Cl. 1, 2
Cam. Cl. 1; Mus. Cl. 2, 3;
Sq. 2,3: Cho. 1; Lib. Asst. 4:
3. 4; BkB. 1; SB. 3. 4.


ELOISA QUINTERO H.
"Lochy"
Panama, R. de P.
S One of our treasured gifts from
Panama. Very charming.
Fashion Show 1, 2: Sp. Cl. 1, 2, 3;
Mus. CI. 2; Pep Sq. 3, 4; Cho.
1. 2: VB. 2, 3: SB. 3. 4.


pep

Pep
S3:.
VII.


"Za"
Ancon, Canal Zone
'I ;,,. good time is her hobby.
hill's own sportswoman.
Hr. Rep. 2; GAA 2, 3. 4; Pep Sq.
1. 2, 3. 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho.
4; Ref. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Soph Pic. 2;
Fr.-Soph Frolic 2: GIs. St. 3; Isth.
Bowl Tkts. 2; S.H. Dan. 2; GAA
Banq. 2. 3; VB. 1, 2*. 3", 4*; SB.
1. 2*, 3*, 4: BkB. 1, 2, Mgr. 3*.


BEVERLY JEAN ROSAN
"Bev"
Baltimore, Maryland
A wonder lass with a super-
personality. Always has
a gay hello.
Fr. Pic. 1; GAA 3, 4; Sp. Cl. 3;
Usher 3, 4; Ref. Cl. 2, 3, 4; Pep
Sq. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 2, 3, 4; Clinic
Asst. 4; Parrakeet Ad Sel. 3;
SB. 2*, 3*, 4; BkB. 2, 3*, 4; VB.
2. 3, 4; Gls. St. 3.


WILLIAM H. ROSAN, JR.
"Bill"
Baltimore, Maryland
One of BHS's "brains." Impossible
to forget his friendly ways
and zany manner.
Hr. Rep. 1; R.O.T. C. 2, 3, 1/Sgt.
4: Fr. Pie. 1; Drill Team 3; FB.
2,3; BkB. 1.2.


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KEN ROSS
Long Island, N. Y.
Practical prankster ... ull oj grin.
Cho. 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4; M/"i
BkB. 2. 3; FB. 3; BB. 2.


GEORGE SCHRANTZ
"Buz"
St. Paul, Minn.
Pleasant personality. Always will-
ing to help a friend.
FB. 1; BkB. 2".


JOHN WINTHROP RYAN
"Little John"
Boston, Mass.
Pea.-l/eapd pnnft perqonitidil
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( 1... I :. R I I I 1.\l..
...I \. K.Il l Rill, I, am I ilk
.r. ( I.. Ir .* PIr.., i i ll
!UII I'I, II.i II ... 1 :. I;
Fiki" I I:


JAMES DOUGLAS SASFY
"Doug"
Birmingham. \la.
Hard worker with the Drill Team.
Parrakeet 4; R.O.T.C. 3. 1st Sgt.
4; Ushler 3. 4; Drill Team 3, Ma--
ter 4; Isth. Bowl Pro. 4; Val. Dan.
4.


AIRLINE R. SCHMIDT
"B"
Ancon, Canal Zone
4 delightful mixture oj every-
I.', r., y most all around.
Hr I3i. '2 : SA. See. 4; GAA
2, 3, 4; NHS 3, Pres. 4; Pep Sq.
1, 2; Cho. 1. 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C.
Spon. 4: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; S.H.
)an. 2; Fr.-Soph Pie. 1, 2; GAA
Dan. 4: Awards Day Comm. 3:
Grad. I!sher 3; Gls. St. Lt. Gov.
3: Gls. Nation 3: VB. 1, 2, 3, 4:
SB. 1. 2 : BkB. 1. 2*; Swim. 1".
2". 3*, 4".


KENNETH HOSSER
Rali- s. \iorlth arI.llI,
fiths.s igh l sl ..I,,'i t,,,* I,.,re i.r
,, lilll, htilr , i, ** .!* ,,.,rl.
X' ili a t / ,Itl.I .1illi.


CEIINA SANSON S.
"Celi"
Panama, R. de P.
We like her slow, gracious smile
and quiet intelligence.
Sp. Cl. 1, 2, 3; Mus. Cl. 1, 2, 3;
Cho. 1; Clinic Asst. 2; Fashion
Show 3, 4: Carnival Dan. 2. 3; VB.
1. 2. 3, 4: BkB. 2, 3; SB. 3.





IIOBERT E. ROWLEY
"Snookie"
S Panama, R. de P.
I ...n-ir lad with baseball in his
blood.
:l t I 3. Pfc.; BB. 1*, 2", 3"-.
SI tik 1. 2. 3*, 4; FB. 1*. 2".
'. I : Track 3*, 4*; St. John's
'Hi.. h hool. Lettm. Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4.


FREDERICK A. SCHRADER
"Fred"
Fort Sill. Okla.
Ambitious man about school. For-
ever in a happy mood.
Parrakeet Bus. Mgr. 4; Chess Cl.
4; Rifle Team 4; R.O.T.C. Cpt. 4;
Usher 4; Gordon Jr. High: Glee
CI 1,; Stamp Cl. 1; Math. Cl. 2:
BB. 1; Cho. 1; Class Play 1.


EILEEN VIOLET SCOTT
"Scottie"
Brooklyn. N. Y.
Fun and tull oj life. Indispensable
to her team.
GAA 1, 2, 3; Pres. 4; Usher 3, 4;
Soph Pie. 2; Sr. Rings 4; Ath-
letic Council Sec. 4; VB. 1, 2*,
3*. 4*; BkB. 1, 2*, 3*. 4; SB.
1I, 2, 3.


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ROBERT SEAVEY
"Bob"
Ancon, Canal Zone
SLaughing and jesting every day
ii troubles will never come.
Bob has been with us as long
we can remember.
R.O.T.C. 2. 3. M/Sgt. 4.




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FRANK SMITI
"Franky"
DIANE SKINNER Panama, R. tde P.
"Di" Swing is here to stay . Kit
Quiet manner) girl with a smile on the Dance Floor.
jor everyone. Accompanist Hr. Rep. 4: R.O.T.C. 2. 3. M/SS
for Chorus. 4: Ftb. 3*. 4*: BB. 1, 2.
Mus. Cl. 2, 3; Usher 2: Ref. (i
2: Mus. Pub. Cl. 4; Band I.
Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4: Sp. Cho. 3. 1
Parrakeet 3, 4: Gls. St. 3; VB. i
2, 3. 4: BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2.
3. 4.


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EVERETT STACY
Cheyenne, Wyoming


CHARLES A. SMITH
"Quiggly"
Colon. R. de P.
lie's really B.H.S.'s B.T.O. Makes
friends quickly and keeps
them with ease.
Hr. Rep. 1, 2, 3; V.-Pres. 3; S.A\.
Pres. 4: Lettm. (Cl. 3. 4: Choru-i
1, 2.3; Sp. Cho. 3.4: Grad. \Marslh.
3; Ring Com. 3; Back-to-School
Ian. Ch. 4; Val. Dan. 4; 11B. 1:
Jr. Var. 2, 3: Track 1*, 2", 3".
4*: BkB. 1, 2. 3; Football 1", 2*.
3".


The reason why parents get gray.
Kind of fellow everyone likes.
Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3;
R.O.T.C. 2, Sgt. 3; Sr. Pic. 4:
VB. 1. 2. 3*,4*; BkB. 1, JV. 2. 3.
4*: BB111. 1, 2; Water Polo 1. 2.


JENNYE ALYCE STEPHENS
as Coalgate, Okla.
Always in a hurry. Destined to
success.
SA. Rep. 2; Hr. Rep. 1, 2: GAA
2, 3. 4; NHS 4; Usher 3: Sp. Cl.
3: Ref. CI. 2, 3, 4: Pep Sq. 1, 2,
3, 4: Off. Asst. 3, 4; Fr. Pic. 1;
Soph Pic. 2: Xmas Dan. 3; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. 3; GAA Banq. 2, 3; Val.
Dan. 4; Gls. St. 3: Grad. Usher
3: Inaug. Dan. 3; S.H. Dan. 2;
VB. 1, 2*, 4; BkB. 1, 2", 4; SB.
1*, 2*. 4.


RON \I.D) T()\ ER
"% ii /*A' "
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W\ash.ngton Lee High school:
Sports Cl. 3: R.O.T.C. 3, 4: FI.
1, 2. 3*. 4*; BkB. JV. 1, 2.3. 4*
BBl. JV. 2. 3*.





MARY J. SYLVESTRE
"M. I."
Gal who does the Zonian's book-
keeping. Long golden hair. Her's
is a bundle of complexity.
Zonian Bus. Mgr. 4: NHS 4; Cam.
(C. 1; Pep Sq. 2. 3; Orch. 1,2:
Lab. Asst. 3: Jr. Anth. 3; Inaug.
)an. 4: Sr. Party 4.


VIRGILIO SUAZO
Panama. R. de P.
Real credit to his friends. Swell
chap in and out of school.
R.O.T.C. 4.


J \VMES SUDDABY
"S.uds"
P.Ii,.,ia, R. de P.
I ,,rt,.i ., t.ility that will mold
hi, t I,,rr Unpredictable.
I',,tr.,k, I Zonian 4; Cam.
I : 1. I io. 3, 4; S.H. Dan.
. 11; Pi... I.omm. 4; Sr. Pic.
I ...i, I I atham Foundation
\,,ril I 2. Water Polo 2, 3;
-,.. . I. Irack 1, 2. 3; FB.
1. 2 ;1:. 2. 3; BkB. 1. 4;
Staging 2.










JOSE A. TAM
"Chinito Tamr"
Panama. R. de P.
Calm, quiet fellow. Cheerful
manner and a rather shy grin.
Xmas Dan. 3; Stamp Cl. 1, 2. 3:
Cam. Cl. 3; Chess Cl. 4; BB. 2,
3, 4; BkB. 2, 3, 4; FB. 2, 3, 4;
Track 1, 2, 3, 4.


MARITZA van HOORDE
Los Angeles, (alif.
Laughing eyes, dancing feet, viva-
cious and jun in any crowd.
Sp. Cl. 2,3; Mus. Cl. 1: Art Cl. 2;
Pep Sq. 2, 3; Cho. 1. 3: Lib. Asst.
1, 4: Off. Asst. 4; Fashion Show
4; VB. 1. 2, 3, 4; SB. 1, 2, 3:
BkB. 3, 4.


BRUCE TRUE
"Brew"
Ancon, Canal Zone
An unpredictable character who's
always on hand for a laugh.
Xmas Pro. Comm. 4: R.O.T.C. 2,
3; "Glamour Boy" 4.


JULITA F. URRUTIA
"July"
Panama. R. de P.
A model's figure plus a shining
personality.
Library Club 3, 4; VB. 3: SB. 4;
Lib. Asst. 1. 2.


RICARDO VASQUEZ
"Chichi"
Panama, R. de P.
l.oro Latin iwas that we all adore.
Ricardo's our buddy.
Spanish Club 1.


DONALD S. TRIBE
"Don"
Boston, Mass.
Science -
Brains + Friendliness = Don
Zonian Asst. Mgr. 3; Zonian Ad
Sel. 4; Stamp Cl. 1, 2, 3; Chem.
Cl. 3; Math. Cl. 4; Bio. Cl. 2, 3;
NHS 4; Cam. Cl. 2; UN. Cl. 4;
Chess Cl. 4; Lib. Asst. 1; Lab.
Asst. 3; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 1/Lt. 4;
Usher 3; Jr. Anth. 3; Cds. &
Annc. 4; Soph Pic. 2; Pres. Cam.
& Elec. 4; Track 3, 4; JV. BkB. 3;
Tennis 2.


ALICE FAYE TUCKER
Perry, Georgia
Hollywood has Jerry Lewis, we've
got Faye Tucker and we
like it!
Hr. Rep. 1: Pep Sq. 2, 4; Off.
Asst. 4; Lab. Asst. 2, 4; Lib. Asst. HUGH G. VANDERGRIFT
3: Gls. St. 3; S.H. Dan. 2; Val. "Vandy"
Dan. 4: Usher 2. 4; Grad. Usher New York, N. Y.
3; Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4; Mus. Aid
1: VB. 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB. 1, 2, 3, 4; A wizard at math! He's a guy with
SB. 4. a smile and a laugh come
what may.
Cheyenne High School: Band 1;
Orch. 1; Punahou School. Hawaii:
Lettm. CI. 2, 3; Staging 3: Swim.
GUSTAVO TRONCOSO F. 2", 3-; Tennis 3".
"Cuchy".
David, R. de P.
Always scores, both in basketball
and personality.
Hr. Rep. 3, 4; SA. Rep. 3; Usher
3; Spanish CI. 2, 3; BkB. JV. 2,
3*, 4*; FB. 3, 4.


JUNE WALLACE
Loudon, Tenn.
Easy-to-know. easy to get along
with, pleasing personality
and gracious manners.
Drama Cl. 2, 3: Lib. Cl. 2; Mus.
Cl. 1: Pep Sq. 2, 3: Clio. 1, 2, 3;
Lib. Asst. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3;
Fashion Show 1; School Assem.
2. 3.


























MARJORIE L. WALSH
"Midge"
\ncon. Canal Zone
Flirtatious brown eyes-dancing
is her *,%,' ,' ,' 'i. 0i
uand up-to-date.
Ref. Cl. 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3. 4;
Cho. 1. 2, 3. 4; Off. Asst. 4: Gls.
St. 3: Usher 3. 4: Fr. Pic. 1; Soph
Pic. 2: Inaug. Dan. Chr. 4; Val.
Dan. 4: Zonian Ad Sel. 4: Grad.
Usher 3: "Our Town" 2: VB. 1,
2. 3, 4: BkB. 2. 3, 4: SB. 3. 4.


CHARLES E. WALSH
"Chuck"
Melrose, Mass.
WF hen it comes to talent he can't be
beat. Jack of all trades.
Cho. 1. 3. 4: Sp. Cho. 3. 4; Band
4: R.O.T.C. 1. 2; Acting 1. 3. 4:
Staging 1, 3, 4; Producing 1, 3. 4:
Directing 4.




WANDA MARIE WILSON
"Bunnry"
Rock Island, -11.
Quietly efficient. She's friends
with the world.
Hr. Rep. 1; Sec. 2; GAA 1, 2:
FHA 2; Chrld. 2; Sp. Cho. 2;
Lib. Asst. 2, 3; Off. Asst. 4; Stag-
ing 2: Fashion Show 1: Usher 2:
Sl1. 1: Tennis 1.2.


CAROL ANNE WOOD
"Woody"
Camden. N. J.
Golden red hair cute little
treckles-subtlessence of humor.
V.-Pres. 3; Girls Cho. 2, 3; Focus
3; Typing Cl. 3; Soph Social
Comm. 2; BkB. 2. 3, 4: VB. 4:
SB. 3, 4.


JOHN WOOD
Colon, R. de P.
An amiable boy with a manner
that has won him many friends.
Donna High School: BkB. 3;
R.O.T.C. 2; "A" Asso. 3.


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ANDREW M. WRIGHT, III
"Andy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
Likes to come to school, but likes
to go home better. Pig-skin
player.
Lettm. Cl. 4; Stamp Cl. 2, 3;
R.O.T.C. 2, 3. 2/Lt. 4: BB. 1;
SB. I: FB. 1. 2*. 3*. 4*.


CARL A. WIDELL, JR.
West Palm Beach. Fla.
lie laughs and the class laughs
with him, but he stays after
school alone. Great guy,
our Carl!
Lettin. (C. 4; R.O.T.C. 3, Sgt. 4:
Xmas Dan. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr.
Ring 4; "Beauty and the Beef"
4; FB. 1, 2, 3", 4*; Track 3, 4;
BkB. 3. 4: BB. 3.


LYLA LOU WOMACK
"Liloo"
\ncon, Canal Zone
7The very best of tall misses, with
a top-notch wardrobe.
IUsher 3, 4: Pep Sq. 1; Cho. 1;
Off. Asst. 2: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Grad.
Usher 3: Pres. Cam. & Elec. 4:
Cds. & Annc. Comm. 4; VB. 1, 2.
3. 4: BkB. 1. 2, 3, 4: SB. 1, 2, 3, 4.


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Fr. Pic. 1; Pep .tq. 1. 2. ,; uioru,
1. 2: BkB. 3. 4: VB. 3.


WILLIAM F. WRIGHT
"Bill"
Cincinnati, Ohio
I.ankily he lazes through BHS.
Smile we would like to see
more of.
Hr. Rep. 3; Orch. 1, 2; R.O.T.C.
2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Xmas Dan.
3; BkB. 1, 2, 3; FB. 1, 2, 3; Swim.
1. 2; Cristobal High School.


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LAUREL E. (.L MMI~IGS
Portland, Ore.
A cheerful smile for everyone. A
real pleasure to know.
Jr. Student Council Rep. 3; GAA
1, 2, 3: NHS 1, 3, 4; Cho. 2, 4:
Cam. Cl. Sec. 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3:
Fr. Cl. 4; Meguro H.S. and Nar-
imasu H.S.. Japan.


ot Pretaned:


SALLIE CUNNING
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Friendly and sweet. A welcome
addition to our class.



ALBERT H. EVANS
"Al"
Ancon. Canal Zone
An ideal pal. Good times follow
him.
Radio Cl. 1; Projection CI. 2. 3:
R.O.T.C. 2, 3 M/Sgt. 4.



CECILIA E. MORALES
"Ceci"
Panama, R. de P.
Another swell neighbor from
Panama way.
Alpha Gamma Omega 2; BkB. 3;
Murphy High School.


SAMUEL S. STEELE
"Sam"
Panama. R. de P.
Quite the joker! Full of Jun and
mischief. A grand pal.
Letlm. Cl. 2; R.O.T.C. 2. 3, 1/Lt.
4: Pres. Elec. & Cam. 4: BB. 1.
2. 3. 4: FB. 1. 2, 3. 4: BkB. 1. 2,
3. 4; SB. 1. 2. 3. 4.


JAIME QUINTERO
Panama, R. de P.
Lots of room between his head
and his toes.


BEINVENIDO SALAS
Panama, R. de P.
I'ery likeable guy who is a real
ace behind a baseball bat.
Baseball 2*. 3*, 4*.


JAIME SALAS
"Jimmy"
Panama, R. de P.
Good in sports. Friendly guy.
R.O.T.C. 2, 3. Cpl. 4; Track 1:
2: Cho. 1, 2, 3; Sp. Cho. 1.2.


JACK WAGNER
"Speed"
Lodi, Ohio
Loves motorcycles and speed.
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Nineteen hundred and fifty-three,
I Balboa's smallest class were we.
We elected our officers, and only the best.

Paul, Bruce, and Pat really passed the test.
9 Then a committee ordered our rings,
And when they arrived we felt just like kings.
ROur Christmas Formal won't be surpassed,
And we're sure our Banquet can't be out-classed.
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Row 1: Anne
Connie Trefi
Kurt Menzel,
Pat [Dunmru.,
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SENIOR BANQUET
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dagee, Bobbie Jo Oglesby,
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RING COMMITTEE
Left to rig back row are: Kenny Lee, Alice Paxson,
Andy Mul gan, Ch. Shirley Million, Frank Lerchen.
Front row. Marian Evans. Mary Rose.


JUNIOR-S IOR PROM
Row 1: Bob ud, Tom Tettenl
Cleveland So Row 2: Mitzi Sie
Joan Wetze Carol Chase. Standii
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MR. SEAQUIST, Class Adviser


Nin, i.. -i hundred and fifty-three,
No longer newcomers, you and me.
Our sophomore year now is done.
As upperclassmen, we really had fun!
We had a good year with officers, ours,
'Cause Jane, Carroll, and Charles really worked hours.
A Soph committee planned a dance for the school.
The ideas of that Sadie Hawkins dance made us drool.
Now we are looking ahead to next year,
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Nineteen hundred and fifty-three:
Our first year to hold the key.
We elected Becky, Dick, and Scot,
Then won the Frolic: that's quite a lot!
Next we had a Strutter's Ball.
Ann, our queen, was best of all.
The S. A. activities were great;
We were there, didn't hesitate.
The times we had, what friends we met,
Make that a year we won't forget.


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Hatchett, Bobby
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Dottie Cotton, Ru
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CHILDHOOD
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Smith, Jeff Goodin.
are: Charlie
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.nilb Riley.


FRESHMAN DANCE COMMIT E
Standing: Joh ilamma, llm Hotz, Miche Nahmad,
Blair Buchan n, Richard Carratini. 1st row: Jim
Reese, Angela alentine, Judy Colby, Roselin Breceno,
Vilma C. de oca, Norman Dixon. 2nd row: Judy
Curtis, Ed S tt, Ruth Holt, Dottie Cotton, Dixie
Stoudner, Juli Baker, Gladys Kaufmann, Pat Payne.


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Charles Smith, Cora Canham and Arline Schmidt, S. A. Secretaries
S. A. President





STUDENT

The Student Association--or the S. A., as it is
commonly called-is the "government" of Balboa
High School. Its officers this year were: President,
Charles Smith; Vice President, Alson Sears; two
Secretaries, Cora Canham and Arline Schmidt; and
Sthe home representatives and alternates. Mr. Reynold
Vann was the sponsor.
S! The president, a senior, and the vice president,
a junior, were elected by the student body. After
i'-" his election, the president appointed the two girls as
secretaries of the S. A. Each homeroom elected its
own representative to attend the S. A. meetings. An
alternate was also elected by the homeroom to sub-
stitute in the absence of the representative.
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Homeroom Representatives Mr. Reynold Vann,
S. A. Sponsor





ASSOCIATION

All matters of importance during the school year
were discussed at S. A. meetings. The meetings were
informal, and each representative was free to express
his own opinions in all matters.

Money for S. A.-sponsored projects comes from *
the sale of S. A. tickets, which enable students to
attend school activities such as dances, sports, and
parties free, or at a small charge. a

The school owes the Student Association many l ":
thanks for all the activities it has sponsored and for
governing our school so smoothly and efficiently.


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Jacquie McCoy, Mary Jane
Sylvestre, and Marilyn Ford
looking over the books.


David Otten, Cleve Soper, Miller
Haynes, Lucy Driscoll, and Lee Taylor
work (?) in the dark room.


Beth Hatchett, Edna Hart, Helen
Hasemann, Judy McCoy enjoy a joke
while making layouts.


Judy May and Joyce Collinge, the
editors behind the ZONIAN.


Mr. C. M. Ellis, ZON-
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Kay Cross dictates to Judy
McCoy while Edna Hart
looks on.


Edna Hart, Cleve Soper, "happy
clown," Kay Cross, and Ronald McCon-
nell, "sad clown," advertise our ZON-
IAN.


Marilyn Ford, Mary Beth Lewis, Sue
Curdts, Kay Cross, and Judy McCoy
writing senior sidelines.


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Betty Flatau, Ann Pace, Pat Dunning, The Parrakeet Daily is being put to- Caroline Brewer, Ann Low-
and Andy Mulligan working (?) over gether by artists Justin Wong, Julene ry, Evelyn Molyneaux, and
the typewriters. Page. Jimmy Suddaby, and Joan Norine Dillman setting up
S..tl/.l. Miss Brigham's Parrakeet
bulletin board.




PARRAKEET


Mr. Hatchett, Business Adviser, and
Fred Schraeder, Business Manager,
checking the ads before the PARRA-
KEET is sent to the advertisers.


Miss Brigham, PARRA-
KEET sponsor.


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Editor Rosemary Hollander and As-
sociate Editor Julene Page look over
the new PARRAKEET before it is
distributed.


Miss Brigham making the deadline
while Doug Sasfy, Mary Alice Hicks, Sally Cunning and Mary Alice Hicks
and Bruce Ouinn look on. measuring column inches.


Miss Brigham, Julene Page,
and Justin Wong cleaning
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Mr. Victor Herr and his chorus, band,
and orchestra deserve a well-rounded ap-
plause this year. Mr. Herr has incorporated
in the Music Department an excellent spe-
cial chorus and has taught us many new and
beautiful selections.
As usual, the Christmas Program was
the most popular performance. Next on
the list, however, were the popular "Christ-
mas Party" and "'Rinl. White and Blue"
programs given at the Balboa Theater.
Another highlight of the year was our
new "marching" band. This year the band
sported new uniforms bought by the S.A.
They performed for us during the half-time
of our big game with Lake Worth High,
and certainly gave our spirits a boost!
Not to be forgotten is the orchestra,
which has not had the opportunities to play
as many times as the band, but proved its
ability at our more serious assemblies and
the Christmas Program.
Yes, we've had an excellent year. The
man to thank for its success, with his new
and original ideas and many long hard
hours of work, is Mr. Victor Herr!


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Battalion tornl: Cadet 1.. Col. William
Drrr. Comn andine Offirer: Cadet Cap-
lain Fredrirk Srhrader. idiulanI: HIloi-
nrar Ca.planl Anni (.ornlan. ;poon-ur;
I adel Mamor William Dais-on. Ercur-
tive.


COMPANY "A": Cadet Captain Thomas Grimison,
Commanding; Honorary 1st Lt. Joyce Gardner, Spon-
sor; and Cadet SFC Walter Collins, Supply Sgt.


Top picture: Balboa's Battalion on the "line."
Bottom picture: Captain Wilson presenting Best Company streamer to Company "C."
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Under the leadership of Cadet Lt. Col. William Derr, the Balboa ROTC
Battalion had one of its most successful years. On Field Night Company A.
commanded by Cadet Captain Thomas Grimison, managed to take just about
all of the honors. Able Company won individual, squad, platoon, and com-
pany competition.
At last reports, Cadet Captain Landon Gunn had firmly avowed that
Company "B" was going to win company competition at least once this year.
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ROTC Color Guard: From
left to right; Cadet M/Sgt.
Andrew Esslinrer; Cadet
M/Sgt. Miller Haynes, Bat-
talion Sgt. Major; Cadet
M Sgt. D. A. Hope, Bat-
talion Suppli Sp.: Cadet
SFC Ronald L. Slonrr.


The "Guiding Lights" of
the ROTC unit: M/Sgt. El-
mer Edwards, Supply Sgt.;
M/Sgt. Harry F. Yar-
brough, Administrative
NCO; SFC Douglas A. Me-


COMPANY "B": Cadet Captain Landen H. Gunn,
Commanding; Honorary 1st Lt. Jacquie McCoy, Spon-
sor; Cadet SFC Robert Fishbough, Supply Sgt.


COMPANY "C": Cadet Captain Donald
S. Tribe, Commanding: Honorary Ist
Lt. Arline Schmidt, 'p.im-r. r Cadet
SFC Cleveland Soper, Supply Sgt.


Top picture: "C" Company marching off the field after the Review for the R.O.A. on 20 February 1953.
Bottom picture: Cadet M/Sgt. Doug Sasfy and his superb drill team.

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Baker Company has been able to finish second every six-weeks period.
Company "C," commanded by Cadet Captain Donald S. Tribe. although
not winning anything at Field Night. has managed to win company competi-
tion for two six-weeks periods.
This year's Spring Camp was held at Camp Empire with 160 boys attend-
ing. The principal features of the four-day encampment were tactical prob-
lems and demonstrations by various combat units of the UISARCARIB.





Inies, Instructor; M/Sgt.
Carl Webb, Instructor;
Captain Earl J. Wilson,
P.M.S. & T.; and First Lt.
Ray M. Golden, Assistant
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Queen Patricia II and her Court: Seniors-Arline Schmidt. Mary Dillon. Juniors-Anne Lowry, Con-
nie Glassburn. Sophomores-Pat Quinn, Barbara Hammond. Freshmen-Sue Warren, Susan Hale.



Our wonderful Valentine Formal given by the

mighty Senior Class was held for the first time at

S* the Army-Navy Club at Fort Amador. The tables

were decorated with driftwood and hearts. Our

&j) lovely Queen Patricia II was crowned by Queen Pa-

tricia I. The Queen and her Court received beauti-

ful bouquets and all the girls wore very lovely

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Queen Jacquie McCoy and her court, Mary Dillon and Nancy Ladd, and Honorary Football Captain, Fred Cotton.


Lovely Jacquie McCoy, escorted by the
Honorary Captain of the Bulldogs' unde-
feated football team, was crowned at the
wonderful Football Dance sponsored and
put on by the gridiron lettermen. Jacquie's
court was escorted by the football captains
of Junior College and the Athletic Club.
Life-sized caricatures, the presence of Lake
Worth and a Hula Dance were only a few
of the ideas which all added up to a super
and long-to-be-remembered dance.







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"Glamour Boy," starring Lee and Larry
Cotton, was BHS' first stage production. It
was presented at the Diablo Theatre in October
and both nights of its presentation, the audi-
ences enjoyed the story of Chauncy J. Mooney.
played by the Cotton twins, and his heart-
warming battle to be noticed and talked about,
like Flash IBruce True) Horner. When
Chauncy's obviously fictional autobiography is
turned into a contest and wins first prize, it
means a new swimming pool for Oakville High
School and glory for Chauncy. as well as the
affection of Ann Gorman, who played Georgia
Bell Roberts. Flash's girl. Of course, all ends


CURTAIN CALL FOR "GLAMOUR BOY."
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CHANCY BECOMES WORLD FAMOUS.



well and even the principal (Chuck Walsh)
and his secretary Judy McCoy and Rosemary
Hollander) are satisfied with the results.

As the Zonian went to press. Balboa Hi's
second play, "Beauty and the Beef," was in
rehearsal. It starred Aliana Lewis as the Beauty
and Bruce Orvis as Beef. Dedicated to the
undefeated Football Champions of BHS, the
play featured many of BHS' gridiron players.
Mr. Subert Turbyfill directed both of the
plays for Balboa High School's 1952-53 season,
and. as always, he can be sincerely congratu-
lated for a fine job.


CHEEZ!


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IWilma Foster, Sonia Aliponga and Ann
Magee look pretty as pictures in their
new tea dresses.


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Jean Kelly in the pret-
tiest net-over-satin we've
seen in a long time.


June fWallace
looks really
"terrific" in her
versatile two-
piece dress.


How we wish we'd had
color film for this shot
of Theresa Cherem in
her beautiful aqua-and-
yellow short formal!


4na Ho looks cool as
miint in her pale b'ue
marquisette.


Janeth Willoe looks sim-
ply perfect in her yellow
dress with the narrow
black belt and flowers
at the waist.


Pat Steiner looks
good enough to
eat in her very
special net-over-
taffeta formal.


Bet whatever they're
looking at in that shop
window doesn't look
half so nice as Jeanne
Toledano and Sofia
Pashales do!


Maritza van Hoorde is a
real latin beauty in this
over-satin creation.


GAey


Mitzi Siegel
in the perfect
travelling
ensemble.















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Back row, le,' ,- ,r I, .1 .1.
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to right: Frailk ilr..-.- i-..l L-. I. H..
Not shown: Carl- .1. Perr... 1 R..-nil.,r
Hollander, anc IliJi,,o. F.I.


RADIO CLUB
I. i. ... ,.1I % ,,,l.r. It..pe, Bill Bailey,
il. i' l I \ I k -..I larence Bright.
S1.'...1 I'ii~1 .i 1 \%I 'son Hope. and
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MATH CLUB
Back row, left to right: Judy Colby, Judy Jensen, Helen Tilley,
Nita J...i Greta Navarro, Caroline Brewer, Carole Chase, Anne
l ,,Ir, "l..-l -h-. i.1. Edna Arjona, Ana Ho. Ahna Johnson,
1l.irl,. Webster, Barbara Gordon, Luis Ho, and Carroll Adams.
Front row, left to r,'a., Harold McCarrick, Charles Hummer.
Mike Lopez, Donald irI.-, Allen Cox, and Bruce Orvis. Not
shown: Nina Brown, Tom McIntyre, Helen Hallax. Sonia Del Rio,
Carmen Lasso, Nelda Lasso. Sofia Pashales, Judy Brinkley, Mildred
Sandrone. Sara Collinge. Shirley Harned, Gary Trapnell, and
Richard Carattini.


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Back row, t. t, F. -.. -ii Ii. -I.., I It .- -
Robert Seavey, David Ellis. Bill Laddl, Jorge
Cl.... I.... Tam, and Pablo Chung. Middle
r., 'ri to right: Bill Dawson, Donald
Tribe, Dan Gressang, Bob Hughes, Simon
Faygenbaum, Richard Carattini, Enrique
Ho, and Luis Ho. Front row, left to right:
\n.. H.. 11I ir, \I, ,..d... ('r;ole Chase, Marie
V.gi,, \i, .~- 1..- i.L Flatau, and Joan
\\,r .,l \ 1 ,'.,..,,, PIi..,i|. Norris, Barbara
Hammond, Cesar Von Chong, Bob Roche,
Albert Calvo, Milton Rodriguez, Barrie
Howard, Alphonse Blackall, Robert Shirer.
John Maduro, Jim Selby, and Carlo' de
Paredes.


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i., .. .i . .r,, Greta Navarro, Jo
l,,,. l ur I,.., I. \ .1r..n, Norma Stanley,
Hecky Lsser, susan Hale. Carolyn Curtis,
Nancy Neese, Kathleen Steiner, Ann Pace,
Marisita Arhaiza, Barlara Cordell, Peggy
Acker. Janeth Willoe. Beverly Crawford.
Virginia Kam. Sharen Hamrnond, Helen
Tilley. Bette Hummer. Agnes Dube. Mary
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1111 I'.il. ., Charles Hummer. Jimmy Sud-
daby, Joe Harari, Justin Wong, Felix
1 ...... ( ary Trapnell. Paul Duran. David
Pace. Harold McCarrick. Stergios Garos.
an(d David Ellis. Not shown: Horace Mat-
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SLAB ASSISTANTS

Left to right: Boris Allara and Robin Harrison.

































CLINIC AIDES
Back: Phyllis Phillips. Front row, left to right: Maria Ali, Beverly
Rosan, Dora Henriquez. June Gibson, and Elaine Prill. Not shown:
Joyce (Gardner and Elda Correa.








LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
Back row, left to right: John Stucchio, Clarence
Bright. Peggy Mitchell. Ida Straus, Pat Divney.
Pricilla Plicet. Loa Rager. Sally Banton, Jo Anne
Sorrell. and Agnes Dube. Fourth row, left to right:
Dora Henriquez and Eleanor Van Zandt. Third
row, left to right: Allison Davidson and Maritza van
Hoorde. Second row, left to right: Judy Curtis and
Judith Crosby. First row, left to right: Cunthia
Orr and Gloria Valdez. Not shown: Shirley Harned.
Joan Hamilton. Mary Tharp, and Tyrone Ham-
mond.















COUNSELOR AIDES
Back row, left to right: Sheila Curling, Gail
Oakes. Nancy Gill and Adele Meissner. Seated:
Sally McConnell. Not shown: Edna Jenkins. Ro-
berta Dillon and Gladys Kaufmann.


Left to right: Bruce Quinn. Bob Correll, Carole Chase. Jean Ang-
stadt. Dave Sundquist, and Faye Tucker.


OFFICE ASSISTANTS
Back row, left to right: Jean Kelly, Dorothy
Hart, Marisita Arbaiza, Gay Edwards, Mary Vir-
ginia C.in;Ainllj.. Tita Corrigan, Marilyn Abreu.
Wanda \\ l-..,. I jve Tucker. and Jennye Stephens.
Front row, left to right: Ann Magee, Jacquie Mc-
Coy, Mary Dillon. Marion Harris, Judy McCoy.
and Bunny Di Bella. Not shown: Julieta Arose-
mena, Georgia Hagler, Nancy Conneely, Margie
Walsh, Eileen Bleakley, Janeth Willoe, Mary
Hamma, Elki Altman, Jan Armstrong. Shirley
Million. Ann Gorman, Sylvia Swift. and Pat Quinn.
















PROJECTION CLUB
Standing, left to right: Joe Harari and Winters
Hope. Seated, left to right: Bill Bailey, Carole
Chase, and David Ellis. Not shown: Bill Ladd,
Jean Angstadt, Earl Boland, Vincent Esquerra, Al
Evans, Felix Figueroa, Luis Ho, Allison Hope,
Joanne Hummer and Mitzi Siegel.


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Back row, left to right: Bill Dawson, Norine Dillman, Bob Hughes,
Donald Tribe, Bill Kaska, Tommy Grimison, and Mary Beth Lewis.
Middle row, left to right: Jerry Bennett. Mary Jane Sylvestre. Jennye
Stephens. Inyce Collinge, Arline Schmidt, and Maria Ali. Front row,
I.i, i.. n..ri Judy May, Marilyn Ford, Judy McCoy, Kay Cross, and
Julene Page. Not shown: Laurel Cummings.









ZONIAN AD SELLERS
Back row, left to right: Elki Altman, Dora Hen-
riquez, Mary Dillon, Kay Cross, Ted Norris, and
Mary Jane Sylvestre. Front row, left to right:
Donald Tribe. Miller Haynes. Luis Ho, Ana Ho,
Pricilla Plicet. Helen Hasemann. Nancy Ladd,
Marion Harris. Rita Arias. Alice Haghorg. Maritza
van Hoorde. and Jose Tam. Not shown: Nancy
Bateman, Judy May, Nelda Lasso and Aliana
Lewis.















PARRAKEET AD SELLERS
Back row, left to right: Jane House, Jean Ang-
stadt, Claire Spencer, and Marie Jenkins. Front
row, left to right: Bob Brayshaw, Fred Schraeder,
and Bob Correll. Not shown: Jim Des Londes.


REFEREES CLUB
Back: Jennye Stephens. Middle row, left to right: Shirley Million,
Mary Dillon, Joanne Hummer, Margie Walsh. Joyce Gardner, Joyce
Collinge, Sara (Cillr-.. Carroll Adams, and Pat Quinn. Seated, left
to right: Pat Dodson, Ann Magee. Nina Brown, and Sheila Sheffield.
Not shown: Dora H'rnri.iu, i. Adele Meissner, Andy Mulligan. Frances
Dillon, Etilvia Arjona, Beverly Rosan, Edna Jenkins, Sue Curdts, Nira
Reyes, Nancy Ladd, Kitty Lowe, Nancy Bateman, Sally McConnell.
Judy Hoopes, Gloria Samson, Nancy Gill, Teonilda Larrinaga, Judy
M. rC.. Ernestina Evans, Joan Forbes, Pat Foster, Ida Straus, Sylvia
swift, Robin Harrison, Marion Harris, Mildred Sandrone, and Nancy
Vann.



USHERS ('.I B
Back row, left to right: Joanne Hummer, Mitzi
Sie~pl. Eileen Bleakley, Grace Joustra, Helen
1S iii,,-. Carol Harris, and Eileen Feliz. Fourth
row, left to right: Dora Henriquez, Pat Quinn.
SNita Jones, Faye Tucker, and Arline Schmidt.
Third row, left to right: Beverly Rosan, Mary
Dillon, Patsy Reese, Rosemary Hollander, and
Norine Dillman. Second row, left to right: Marion
r DHarris, Edna Jenkins, larlld o Ford, Alice Hag-
borg, Elki Altman, and Jacquie McCoy. Front row,
t left to right: Lyla Lou Womack, Don Corn, Gerald
Pierce, Gus Troncoso. Pinky Arias. Lee Myers,
Sand Margie Walsh. Not shown: Kay Hebert.
l \. Marian Evans, Violet Scott. Janis Dew, Mary Beth
SLewis, Lucy Driscoll, and Georgia Hagler.


































GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Back row, left to right: Edna Jenkins, Dora Henriquez, and Joyce Collinge. Middle row, left to right: Marilyn Ford, Joyce
Gardner, Joan Forbes, Arline Schmidt, and Julene Page. Front row, left to right: Ann Magee, Jennye Stephens, Nira Reyes,
Judy McCoy, and Beverly Rosan. Not shown: Violet Scott, Mary Hamma, Frances Dillon, Orlanda Cruz, Oderay Salas.
Teonilda Larrinaga, Pat Quinn, Nina Brown, and Connie Treffinger.



LETTERMEN
Back row, left to :.:Li Donahl Morton. David Sundquist, Jim Jones, Bob Morris, Tom Jenkins, Bob Glud, Tom Davidson,
Andy Wright, Abdiel It 111. Al Sears, Larry Keene, and Bruce Orvis. Middle row, left to right: Francis Boyd, Bienvenido
Salas, Francisco Delegado, Bill Fullerton, Gerald Pierce, Lee Myers, Jaime Salas, Coach Fawcett. Jim Fulton, Pinky Arias,
and Bob Rowley. Front row, left to right: Jim Herzog, Bill Beil. Fred Cotton, Ray Nickisher. Carl Widell, Ted Norris, Don
Corn, Simon Faygenbaum. Donald Huff, Charles Smith, Bill Dawson, and Ed Napoleon. Not shown: Jim May, Rudy Ostrea,
Joe Oliver, Mario Mata. Ronald McConnell, Ed Benny, Miller Haynes, Tom Grimison. Everett Stacy, Ron Stover, and Gus
Troncoso.


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Our Senior Cheerleaders Ted and Kay You can't talk your way out of this one, Bruce


Now is the time for all good Seniors to di in!
Now is the time for all good Seniors to dig in!


How about that, Faye?


Jim and Gerald, the executive types


Notice the full plates


Glamorous
Judy


Monkey-business
Monkey-business


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Slumberless party


Judy, our co-editor




















Warming up to cheer a good game


The lovely Jamboree Queens

The lovely Jamboree Queens
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Ihe llhnlling ISulldog.


SSSSSSSSSS-Boom!


Decorating for the parade


Yea, Team!


1-2-3 La Conga, Balboa is La Stronga!


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Seleorne Trojan-!


The "other" Cheerleaders



























The hustle and bustle of industrious students
-or is it three o'clock?


About face, Jacquie, Bunny, Jennye and Shirley!


Fishing or
wishing?


Lake Worth's first glimpse of Balboa


So long,


You must be
winning, Jaime


It must be an interesting Inauguration!


The pause that refreshes, 3:00


They are the Future Builders























The STAGS


Mopsies Shapely Legs


Mopsies! Shapely Legs!


Dancing the Tivoli way


shapely legs'


Food is the root of all evil


Fashion.minded
Fashion-minded


Betty and Hugh spinning platters


Uga uga boo, uga boo boo uga!


In the darkroom


Girls State, of hysteria!




















The library is a mental workshop?


Smile, pretty,
girls!


Ooh, is he heavy.


Stretch for a strike


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Up in the ... where are you anyways?


Cooler on the outside


Classy class officers


Jan's back Why all the grins?


Need a push?


Didn't you learn before?


Trying to grow up?



















MARGUERITE NEAL
Junior; One Year


JOYCE GARDNER
Senior: Two Years


EDNA HART
Senior; One Year


Once more the spirit of Balboa High School was
outstanding in every way. This year there was quite
a hit for every B.H.S. fan to be proud of, since we
not only ended football season undefeated, but ours
was the first Isthmian team to beat a States' team.
Our players in.all the other sports displayed sports-
manship that really gave B.H.S. a good name.


Twelve girls were chosen by the judges this year
to cheer Balboa High on to victory. The school then




Left: "Dynamo. let's go; dynamite, let's
fight!" Our cheerleaders in a popular
cheer.



Below: Here's our Pep Squad going through its paces at the Lake Worth
Game.


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ALICE PAXSON
Junior: One Year


JOYCE COLLINGE
Senior: One Year


ANN GORMAN
Co-Captain; Senior;
Two Years


elected eight girls from the twelve to be cheerleaders.
and four to serve as "alternates" and leaders of the
terrific Pep-Squad. All twelve, under the sponsor-
ship of Mrs. John Fawcett, did a super job as was
shown by those pep rallies and by the spirit at the
games.


Most of the credit for much of that "do or die"
spirit of our teams goes to our Pep-Squad, who faith-
fully donned those red and white outfits and yelled
their loudest when the going got rough.



Right: Here are the four girls respon-
sible for the Pep Squad activities. Left
to right: Andy Mulligan, Edna Jenkins.
Anne Magee, and Julene Page.


MARILYN
BEVINGTON
Co-Captain: Senior;
Two Years


wonderful Bulldogs running through the


Below: *"V" for Victory-B.H.S.'s
"V" at the Lake Worth halftime.


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B.H.S. Bulldogs, undefeated Cham-
pions of 1952! Our offense was the
best. That's evident by the scores.
Our defense was the best too. Look
at the scores again. Our aerial attack
was more effective than any other
team's. History was made on Novem-
ber 28, when we became the first
Zone school to defeat a state-side
school in football. Yea. Buldl..-'!!


FOOTBALL SCORES


Sept. 26, '52 ........AC-6
Oct. 17, '52 ........JC-0
Oct. 24, '52 ........CHS-0
Oct. 30, '52 ........AC-0
Nov. 7, '52 ........JC-0
Nov. 14, '52 ........CHS-6
Nov. 28, '52 ........LW-6


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BHS-20
BHS- 2
BHS- 7
BHS-21
BHS-12
BHS-13


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The try tor extra point m mte A. U.. vs.
September 26, 1952


Bob Morris crashes through the J. C. line for eight yards
to gain B. H. S. another first-and-ten in the game
of October 17. 1952


Nickisher's arm goes back as he readies for another of his
accurate passes against A. C. on October 30, 1952.
No, May wasn't stopped by the C. H. S. player in this picture.
He went on for another five yards on November 14, 1952.


Jim May on another of his first-and-ten runs
in the A. C. vs. B. H. S. quarter of the Football
Jamboree on October 3, 1952. We won!


The muddiest game of the year; B. H. S. vs.
C. H. S. May's coming around right end for a
gain of five yards


Orvis readies himself to hit the ground as he dives for
a pass against J. C. in the game of November 7, 1952.
Managers of our victorious football team: Miller
Haynes, Bob Presley, Bruce Quinn, Tom Grimison.






















Orvis goes across the goal line for six against
Lake Worth after catching one of Nickisher
passes. Orvis is at left.


On this play our line really showed its strength
by stopping the Lake Worth quarterback


I tis one ian lt get away


Our hearts really skipped a beat when Lake Worth crashed
through our line for six points!


A Lake Worth ball carrier breaks loose and starts the run
that brought them right to our goal line.


The Lake Worth team had a powerful line too!


The game winning T. D. as Mav crosses the line


Hey! Who's who in this mix-up?






































OUR BASKETBALL TEAM: Back row: Jim May, Francis Boyd, Everett Stacy, Fred Cotton; Front row: Gus
Troneoso, Bill Martin, Larry Blick, Ray Nickisher, Ronald Stover.


No, this wasn't BHS's best year. But our team

did play their best for Balboa High School, and we

are certainly proud of them. Most of the members

of our team were playing their first year of Varsity

Basketball, and they did very fine. They improved

with each game. The nice thing about it is that

most of the team will be returning next year to give

JC and CHS a rough time.


BASKETBALL )I IK:


.JC-41


Dec. 16, '52.


Dec. 19, '52.


Jan. 2, '53 .


Jan. 6, '53

Jan. 13, '53


Jan. 16. '53


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.CHS-57 BHS-27


.JC-40


BHS-45


.CHS-41 BHS-32


.JC-44


BHS-34


CHS-46 BHS-39















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Nice going Ronnie! That's Stover getting the
ball for us


That all-important jump in the center. Ronnie
Stover and Fred Alegres are jumping for the ball


Another lay-up shot! Jim May makes it against J. C.


Here's a picture of one of the most important phases of the
game: a foul shot. Everett Stacy takes the shot


Everett Stacy gains some altitude as he drops Francis Boyd shoots a long one against C. H. S.
one in against J. C. for two points
Number 22, Jim May, dropping another one Here's our high scoring forward Jim May making another
into the basket for B. H. S. two points with a lay-up shot against J. C.
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BHS BASEBALL TEAM: Back row: Pinky Arias, Ray Nickisher, Bill Martin, Lambert Mantovani; Middle row:
Coach Brown, Abdiel Flynn, Bob Rowley, Jaime Salas, Joe Cicero, Manager AI Hope; Front row: Jim May, Bien-
venido Salas, Herb Raybourne, Ed Napoleon, Don Morton; Kneeling: Jim Barnes, bat boy.


Feb. 13, '53 ..
Feb. 20, '53 ...
Feb. 24, '53 ._
Mar. 3, '53 ._
Mar. 6, '53 ...


BASEBALL SCORES
.. ........ ...... ......CHS-3
........................C-0
....... ...........CHS-5
...... ... ....... .... JC-1
............... .....CHS-5


BHS-0
lI1s-9
BHS-4
BHS-3
BHS-8






















Don Morton, our pitcher, swings


Jim May prepares for the catch


Flynn prepares to swing as he watches the ball


The throw to first was in time


Captain Bienvenido Salas at the bat


Morton running the bases after one of his hits


That's Abdiel Flynn catching for BHS


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Jaime Salas, 5' 3", clears 5' 6" in the high jump


Ray Nickisher practices the shot put


Tom Jenkins breaks the tape in the 440 against J. C.


Bill Biel clears 10' in the pole vault
Bill Biel clears 10' in the pole vault


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Jim Jones tosses the discus


Jim May in the high jump


Rudy Ostrea in the 100-meter high hurdles


Baton hand off to Ted Norris in a relay
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Swimmers Dave Otten, Edgar Jaramillo, Bob Connors, Sam Beckly


BHS Girls' Swimming Team






















Bob Connors and Al Sears work out


Jo Jensen swimming the "butterfly"


Bob Connors and Buereguerd of Panama in the
400-meter freestyle, in which Connors set a new
Central American record
Start of the 100-meter freestyle for men
in Costa Rica


Swimming in the Costa Rica 100-meter backstroke are
Arline Schmidt, Camille Ellis, and Laura Walston


Judy Crosby, Ida Nlrau-. and Camille Ellis-three of the
top free stylers in B. H. S.


Dave Otten in the 800-meter freestyle
in Costa Rica

Arline Schmidt, one of the top notch swimmers
in the Canal Zone























"A" LEAGUE ALL STARS
Left to right, front row: Joyce Gardner. Beverly Rosan.
Milvia Arbaiza, Marion Harris. Back row: Joan Adams,
Fran Dillon, Jennye Stephens, Teonilda Larrinaga, Edna
Jenkins. Not pictured: Nina Brown, Sheila Sheffield.


"B" LEAGUE ALL STARS
Left to right, front row: Pat Payne, Orlanda Cruz,
Andy Mulligan. Eltilvia Arjona. Back row: Dora
Henriquez. Ruth Holt. Connie Tr, In ii., rLinda Ma-
lone, Angela Lee, Pat Quinn. Not pictured: Oderay
Salas.


The intramural teams for softball season were not di-
vided into leagues this year. Instead, Junior College girls
and members from each high school league constituted
a team. Because of the many rains, the season had to be
run off in tournament fashion with the winner of each
game playing the winner of another game. Joyce Gardner
captained the winning team, and Jennye Stephens cap-
tained the second place team.

The All Star season was also in for a change this year,
due to the change in scehdule for the Panama Railroad
trains running across the Isthmus. Cristobal was unable
to enter the Interscholastic ganes, and "B" League played
again "A" League and Junior College. Final standings of
the season were:


"A" League .......................
"B" League ........................
Junior College ...................


Won
.....2
......1
-.-1


IN.TRAMI RAL "RUNNERS-UP"
Seated: Judy McCoy. Left to right, kneeling: Linda
Malone, Jeanette Gau, Faye Tucker, Joyce Collinge.
Standing: Jennye Stephens, Captain; Eileen Bleakly.


CAPTAINS
Left to right, front row: Orlanda Cruz.
Nancy Gill. Joyce Gardner, Diane Skinner.
Back row: Pat Payne. Joanne Hummer.
Andy Mulligan. Jennye Stephens. Not pic-
tured: Ahna Johnson, Connie Glassburn.


INTRAMURAL "CHAMPS"
Left to right, front row: Judy Jensen. Nancy Vann,
Milvia Arbaiza, Marion Harris. Back row: Grace
Joustra. Joyce Gardner. Captain: Nancy Ladd, Nancy
Bateman, Marilyn Bevington.





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