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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: 1954
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BALBOA HIGH SCH OL
BALBOA, C ANAL ZONE
1954


BETH II.ITCIIETT
JE.Il ANGSTADT
MISS HAZEL MATTHEWS
MR. E. W. HATCHETT -


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DEDICATION


To you, ltnmrrv.u', we dedicate this book.
In your hands there is a Promise.
A promise yet to be fulfilled.


"LOOK FORWARD WITH HOPE FOR TOMORROW."







PROLOGUE


A foreword to the future

To help you recall the past
As you read this in the present.
We hope you enjoy our play and cast.
As the curtain rises on another
Phase of life

May we ne'er forget our school,
The struggle and our strife.
There are many happy days behind
The curtain of a diploma.
As you open your ZONIAN of '54
You'll find
That the stage, though past, is lit

To remind you of the days gone by.
Passing notes in study hall;
Cheering at the games;
Tears at graduation;
Dancing at the prom;

Slamming locker doors at three;
Struggling through English 12
High laughter and silent tears
Those mad crushes and so many other things.
These have made up the fun of those four last years.


PROGRAM

CRITICS

SENIOR CAST

SUPPORTING CAST

STARS

BACK STAGE

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Drafting
Kan. State Teachers'
Coll., M.S.


THEO. F. HOTZ
Principal
O. State U., M.A.


Rita Andreve Linda C. Appin
Secy. Secy.
U. of So. Calif.


Claude M. Aycock Hallie Beavers Lt. Thomas B. Blake
Spanish Plane Geom. R.O.T.C.
Columbia U., M.A. Duke U., M.A. U. of Ala., B.S.


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Mary Brigham Stewart J. Brown
English, Journ. Phys. Ed.
Teachers' Coll., U. of Pittsburgh,
Columbia U., M.A. M.Ed.


Alice E. Candee
Amer. Hist.
Columbia U., M.A.


Katherine I. Clark
Librarian
N.Y.U., M.A.


Ruby L. Cryer
Phys. Ed.
Sam Houston State
Teachers' Coll., B.A.


M/Sgt. Elmer O.
Edwards
R.O.T.C.


J. H. Elliott
Indus. Arts
U. of Neb., B.S.Ed.


Chris Ely
Phys. Ed.
Colo. State Coll.
of Ed., A.B.


Mrs. Mary B. Eugene
Business
N.Y.U., M.A.


John C. Fawcett Walter M. 0. Fischer
Phys. Ed. Chem., Math.
U. of Redlands, A.B. Columbia U., M.A.


Mrs. Erma C. Forbes
School Nurse
Bradford Hos. Tr.
School for Nurses


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Ass't. Principal,
Bradley U., B.S.
















Beatrice Sturtevant Frances K. Graham Francis W. Gurney
Gardner Math. Music
Art Columbia U., M.A. U. of Michigan,
Columbia U., M.A. M. of Music


MISS BEAVERS' PLANE GEOMETRY CLASS


in. ;. A m=LAIl a
E. W. Hatchett Dr. Clifford A. Victor A. Herr Donovan Huber Lester C. Hummel Frank Y. Hukill
Math. Hauberg Band, Chorus, Orch. Physics, Moth. French, Algebra Gen. Science, Gen.
Columbia U., M.A. English Columbia U., M.A. Western III. State Duquesne U., M.A. Math.
U. of Minnesota, Coll., M.S. U. of Ky., M.A.
Ph.D.


CANDEE'S U. S. HISTORY CLASS


Robert S. Jeffrey
E. W. History
U. of Ariz., M.A.


Paul R. Kuyoth George O. Lee Hazel P. Matthews
Wood Working, Biology English
Drivers' Training Columbia U., M.A. Geo. Peabody Coll.
Bradley U., B.S. for Teachers, M.A.


Sgt. Bernard J.
McGuire
R.O.T.C.


Walter M. Mikulich
Health, Phys. Ed.
U. of Iowa, M.A.


MR. ANDERSON'S MECH. DRAWING CLASS








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Jane Pittington
Hh. Arts
N. D. Agricultural
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A. L. Prahler
Business
N. Y. State Coll.
for Teachers, M.S.


J. Weston Seaquist
Biology, Gen.
Science
U. of Wis, Ph.B.


Joseph M. Soha David A. Speir, Jr. Mary Stindt
Latin, Spanish, Amer. Problems, English
English U. S. History U. of Mich., M.A
U. of Wis., M.A. U. of Fla., M.Ed.


Subert Turbyfill
Speech, Drama
U. of Okla., M.A.


Kenneth W. Vinton
Gen. Math.
Columbia U., M.A.


MISS GARDNER'S ADVANCED ART CLASS
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Allen B. Ward Mrs. Margaret M. Sgt. Carl O. Webb Marie C. Weir Margaret V. Capt. Earl J. Wilson
Spanish Ward R.O.T.C. Biology, Girls' Whitman PMS and T., R.O.T.C.
U, of Neb., M.A. English, Math., Adviser English U. S. Armed Forces
Business Training Columbia U., M.A. Northwestern U., Institute
U. of Neb., M.A. M.A.


GENERAL SCIENCE CLASS


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


William E. Zemer, Jr.
Phys. Ed.
O. State, B.S.


Dorothy Potter
Health, Phys. Ed.
Southwestern La.,
B.S.


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R.O.T.C.


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HONOR GRADUATES


Robert Cameron

Jean Angstadt

Robert Brayshaw

Caroline Brewer

Mary Lee Coffey

Patricia Dunning

Evelyn Sue Curdts


Carole Chase

Helen Varner

Ann Mulligan

William Martin

William Murphey

Evelyn Molyneaux

Constance Glassburn


David Otten

Carmen Lasso

Marian Evans

Betty Flatau

Philip Gibbs

Alice Paxson

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Judith Ray

Maria Vigna

Mary Surine

Justin Wong

Edward Kennedy

Charlene Pettit

Maritza Sibauste









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N; v.. ralk d,.,,rn it, hall; ..I I- 1 'll1_, ah'[
help but relive the wonderful memoirs:
September: Hi gang! Remember when we entered
as Freshmen? Well, now our last year has
finally arrived. Being Freshmen brought a
complete change into our lives, making us feel
like real grown-ups. Although we were awk-
ward, we nmu-l admii. ,e elected well-equipped
nffirerq. Prem-idenl. ru..- Quinn; Vice-Presi-
dprlt \tl.el Flynn; Secretary, Mildred Dam-
erau; and Class Adviser, Mr. Michel, and intro-
duced them at our first big formal dance, "The
Inaugural Dance."
October: Football season was at its height. How
our boys worked-out and studied their lessons
unceasingly so thti ihe could make the football
teams. In our sophomore year the team was
off to \Miam;. and in '5,. we welcomed Lake
l.jrtl to the Canal Zone.
November: W' had the first Isthmian Bowl game
in '51, and although we were defeated, it was
an event to remember. This was also the month


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was almost the last time we had the opportunity
to reveal our talents.
December: "A beautiful sight, we're happy tonight,
walking in a 'Winter Wonderland' .. wasn't
that a marvelous dance we gave in our Junior
year? This dance of elegance and pomp was
made possible through the undying effort of
our class officers, President, Paul Smith; Vice-
President, Bruce Quinn; Secretary, Pat Dun-
ning; and Class Adviser, Mr. Jeffries. The
spirit of the Yuletide season was observed in
BHS by the annual Christmas music programs.
January: One of the outstanding incidents of the
new year was the basketball tournaments. The
girls from "Chez Eloise" gracefully displayed
their latest creations giving competition to
\laldai,: Schiaparelli. The Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation dance in the upper gym contributed to
the fun of this month of January.
February: Each year the "Valentine Dance" has
been super but this year it was extra-super


class of 54. Ihis special dance, still the talk
of the school, was conducted by our efficient
officers. President, Jack Corrigan; Vice Presi-
dent, Bill Martin; Secretary. Bobby Jo Oglesby:
and Class Adviser, Mr. Ward. "One, two,
three strikes you're out of the old ball game,"
that headed the list of the boys' good times for
the year. The gaiety and the festivity of Carni-
val reached its height at the Spanish Club's
coronation and costume dance.
March: At this time of the year our boys exhibit
their track ability. The Reserve Officers Train-
ing Corps' "Field Night" was at Mount Hope
Stadium. Competition for medals was keen
among the c..,ii].j, -.. .ij.drons, platoons, and
individuals. Tli, \.ii..dl Honor Society, the
most important organization in the school, held
its second semester initiation at the Balboa
Theatre. Our competent Sophomore class of-
ficers, President, Kenny Lee; Vice-President,
Paul Smith; Secretary, Andy Mulligan; and
Class Adviser, Mr. Elliott, made sure that our
"Sadie Hawkins Dance" was superb.


.l rilr M -. f tIhf l li girl ,II Ierr' T t.r'. If ,- l I g ..1
ties they shared at Glrls' 3late during Easter
vacation. At the annual Little Theatre Banquet
diamond masks were awarded to the most de-
serving Senior actors and actresses. Sea shells.
fish nets inwoven with golden pearls, and the
numerous types of fish presented a fantasy to
our graduating Senior class. The decorations
of the Junior-Senior banquet and prom were
truly a "Romance of the Sea."
May: Our annual spring concert in observation of
Music Week reminded us of the seasons of the
year. The Reserve Officers Training Corps
sponsored their gala awards ball in which out-
standing cadets were honored. To top off the
Senior activities was the great "Senior Party."
full of fun and entertainment, where we had a
wonderful time. Our traditional Baccalaureate
Service made us realize that we would soon be
leaving our u i,,l.ii'll.l. BHS.
June: And finally the memory of walking up the
long, 1.,,i; aisle of the Balboa Theatre on Grad-
uation Ni il will bn, i in our minds forever.


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BOBBY JO OGLESBY-Senior Class Secretary


CARDS AND
ANNOUNCEMENTS
COMMITTEE
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Nonc, Gil, June Row*
I- Alce Paxson,
Ch.aT.or.. Back row,
hil ,: ight: Edgar
Jaam.ll Marian Ev-
a. Ccrole Chose,
and Frank Lerchen.
rl c.:v..red; Ed Ken-
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SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE
Left to right: Bob Glud, Chairman; Anne Magee, Bruce
Quinn, Marguerite Neal, and Tom Davidson.


SENIOR RING COMMITTEE
Left to right: Howard Tettenburn, Mitzi Siegel, and
Alson Sears. Not pictured: Mary Rosa, Chairman.


VALENTINE DANCE COMMITTEE
ront row,left to h..' Lou Haemanr. Bruce Orvis, Bill Murphey. C D GOWN COMMITTEE SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE
Back row, left t: ..ghi Shorle. M rll.on Andy Mulligan, Helen Left to right: Adele Meissner, David Otten, Pat Dunning,
Thomas, Beth Hatchett, Chairman; Jean Angstadt, and Josie Di Left to right: Justin Wang, Betty Flatau, Kirk Tibbets, Joanne man; Bob Correll, and Sue Curdts. Not pictured Curtis Je
Bella. Not pictured: Kenny Lee, Calvin Fishbough, and Jim Fulton. Hummer, and Robert Lincoln. Alfred Lombana, and Connie Glassburn.


SENIOR
PARTY
COMMITTEE
Front row. it I
right: Glorio Ml.en W
Caroline B .. v ,
Blonquita McNaol
Back row., i i:
right: Bob Bra hlo.
and Bill Ca..pb.11
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SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE AND GROUP
PICTURE COMMITTEE
Senior Group Picture Committee, left to right: Cleve Soper,
Chair- Chairman; Sylvia Swift, and Lynne Morrison. Senior Gift Com-
ffries, mittee, left to right: Edna Jenkins, Bobby Jo Oglesby, Chairman;
and Bob Cameron.







BAYSALLO, Ivan Ricardo Page
"Cincuentenario"
He is worth knowing-and worth knowing
well.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; M/Sgt. 4

ABREU, Marilynn
Her ways are ways of pleasantness.
Los Angeles, California
Zonian 4; VB 3, 4; Pep Sq. 3, 4; ROTC ofc.
3; Christmas Formal 3; Grad Marsh. 3;
CGS County Sheriff; Cho. 1; St. Mary's
Academy


BINGHAM, Robert C. "Bob"
When it comes to talking, he's a gem.
When it comes to flirting, well, ahem!
Clovis, New Mexico
Dram. 2; Zonian 4; Parra. 3; Lettermon's
Clb. 3, 4; "D" Clb., Dentaville, S. C.; FB
2, 3 4'; BkB 1 2", 4:; BB 2 ; Ch. Sr.
Class Party; Span. Clb. 4; CHS 3; Trade-
wind & Carrib. staffs 3

ADLER, Cora
Ever in motion, blithesome and cheery.
Panama, R. de P.
Span. CIb. 1, 2; Pep Sq. 2; Cho. 1; Fash.
Sh. 2; Grad Ush. 3


ANGSTADT, Jean Francis "Fulita"
A busy buzzing bee, And very cute to see.
,''".. Washington, D. C.
ALEGRE, Fernando HR Rep 3; SA Alt. 1, 2; Parra-Zonian Bus.
Mgrs. 4; Parra. Ad-Sell 3; NHS 3, 4; Ush.
Handsome is as handsome does. 3, 4; Frosh Span. CIb. Pres.; Span. CIb.
Hong Kong, China 2, 4; Prol. Clb. 3; Music Clb. 2; Ch. of As-
HR Rep 1; Cam. Clb. 1, 2; Span. CIb. 2, semblies 4; Pep Sq. 3; Cho. 1, 2; Sp. Cho.
3, 4; Swim tm. 1; ROTC 2, 3, 4; 1st Lt. 4 3, 4; Lob Asst. 3; Frosh Pic. Comm.; Frosh-
:" Soph Frolic 2; Val. Ct. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq.
::Comm.; SA Constit. Comm. 3; Vol. Dan.
Comm. 4; Grad Ush. 3; Ch. "Ditto-Mach."
Comm. 3; Ch. Span. Club. Comm. 4







S BAILEY, William Randolph "Bill"
A A modest proof of that happy blend-
student and friend.
Colon, R. de P.
Radio CIb. 1, 2, 3, 6; Cam. CIb. 1, 2, 3;
Proi. Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orch.
4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Cpl. 3; Sgt. f/c 4; Pub.
Add Syst-m & Light. for Christmas rog. &
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BARTHOLOMEW, Allen "Bart"
It's better to be small and cost a great light,
than large and not shine at all,
Ancon, Canal Zone
ROTC 2, 3, 4; fc. f/c 2; Cpl. 3; Sgt. 4;
ROTC Ush. Gd. 4

" "AROSEMENA, Gabriel Eduardo Arias
The waifs of wisdom and folly meet.
Panama, R. de P.
Mt. Lowe Mil. Acad. 1st Lt. 1; Pres. 1; Adm.
V. Farragut Naval Acad. 3; Silver Key 3; Capt.
Staff 3; Petty Ofc, s/c 3


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BOYD, Richard A. Ford "Dickey"
There is laughing devil. .n h.:: -,.j
Panama, R. de P.
ROTC 2, 3, 4; Sgt. f/c 2 Ir..d Li 2 4 t'; T
Ush. Gd. 3, 4; Drill tm .I

CAMERON, Robert "Bob"
Thus men may g9 ^ r.ir .-;r.J da,
Newport, Rhode Island
HR Pres. 1;Trac, 2 RTCTC ; 3 4 it.: 2 3
Sgt. 4; Sr. Gift C -mn '.'.... -,,- H._h Srh.:.l


BOYD, Jaime Eduardo "Yeyo"
This man who laughs must sure do well.
Panama, R. de P.
Span. Clb. 1; BB 1; FB I; Cho. 1; ROTC 2,
3, 4; Capt. 4; Bowling tm. 3

BUTLER, John G., Jr. "Johnnie"
A world is ready to receive talent with open
arms.
Panama, R. de P.
HR Rep. 1; Span. CIb. 1, 2; Cam. CIb. 1, 2;
FB 1; BB 1; Track 2, 3, 4


BUSH, Stuart "Tiny"
My little body is aweary of this great world.
New Milford, Connecticut
FB 4; BB 1; Hockey Mgr. 1


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BREWER, Caroline V. "Red"
A breath of loveliness, delicate, gracious;
An altogether charming creature.
Portland, Oregon
SA Rep 4; "Beauty & Beef" 3; Prod. 3; Moth
CIb. 3, 4; Ref Clb. 2; UN Clb 3; BkB 2, 3; SB
3; Bond 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 2; CGS; Grad Ush. 3;
NSPA awd. 3; Jr. Anth.; Intro Swim Mt.
Comm. 3; Ch. Back-to-School Dan. Comm. 4;
Sr. Party Comm.; Mt. St. Joseph Acad.; Sec'y.
1; "Round the Mount" 1; Mgr. BkB 1; Dram.
1; Act. 1; Prod. I; NHS 4; Lob Asst. 4; Span.
Clb.4

CARTER, Ted Lee
When he lives, he lives in clover; for when
he's dead, he's dead all over.
Fayetteville, North Carolina


CAMPBELL, William "Bill"
Good in sports, wholesome, and a jolly good
friend to all.
Bridgeport, Connecticut
ROTC 2, 3, 4; Best Sq. Fd. Night 3; Ist Lt.
3; Track 3, 4; FB 3, 4; Cho. 3; Sp. Cho. 4

BRAYSHAW, Robert A. "Bob"
Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius.
Faribault, Minnesota
Parra. Bus. staff 4; BkB 1, 2; Inaug. Dan.
Comm. 4


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COUNCIL, Konrad
A quiet man but quite a man.
Washington, D. C.



CORRELL, Robert A. "Bob"
He looks shy--but!
Davenport, Iowa
HR Rep. 4; Parra. Bus. staff 3; Parra. 4;
BkB 2, Lab Asst. 3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Lt. 4; Co.
Comm. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.; Sr. Pic.
Comm.; ROTC Dan. Comm. 4



r J CURDTS, Evelyn Sue "Suzie"
7 1 Trifles make her perfection
I And her perfections are no trifles.
Memphis, Tennessee
Zo. 3; Asso. Ed. 4; "Bonq. Bugle" 3, 4; Elem.
Span. CIb 1; Span. CIb. 4; Ref. CIb. 3, 4; VB
1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2. 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep.
Sq. 1, 2; Cho. 1, 3, 4; CGS; Isth. Bowl Tkts.
3; Back-to-School Dan. Comm. 4; Sr. Pic.
Comm.; Bacc. Ush. 3; Quill & Scroll 3; Intro.
Spts. awd. 3; Prod. 3; ROTC Dan. Comm. 4;
NHS 4

CORRIGAN, John P. "Jack"
The blush is beautiful, but sometimes
inconvenient.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Pres. 4; Letterman's CIb. 3, 4; Track 3, 4;
..... FB 3, 4; Christmas Formal; HR Rep. 2







DAVIDSON, Tommie A.
He eats to please himself, but dresses to
please others.
SPanama City, Florida
SHR Alt. 3; Letterman's CIb. 3, 4; Span. Clb.
4; FB 1, 2, 3, 4,; BkB 1, 2, 3', 4'; BB
1, 2, 3; WP 1, 2, 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.;
Sr. Wk. Comm.


1.W DELGADO, Allen Candanedo "Al"
The only way to have a friend is to be one.
David, R. de P.
Parra. 4; Span. Clb. 4; ROTC 3; Christmas
Formal 3; Stdts. Wk. Comm. 2


CURLING, Sheila Hope
Laughing cheerfulness throws sunlight on all
the paths of life.
Norfolk, Virginia
VB 1, 3, 4; SB 1, 3, 4; BkB 1, 3, 4; Pep Sq.
1, 3; Couns. Asst. 3, 4; Grad Ush. 3; Sh.
Case Comm. 3; Ch. 4; South Norfolk High 2

DEL RIO, Sonia
As merry as the day is long.
Panama, R. de P.
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 4; Math. Clb. 3; Chess Clb.
4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 4; Pep
Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Grad. Ush. 3
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DiBELLA, Josephine Anne "losie"
Eyes that could see her on this summer night
might find it hard to turn another way.
Naval Station, Cuba
SA Alt. 2; Co-Dir. Frosh Play 3; Stag. 3; Span.
Clb. 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2,
3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. Cho. 2; Lib. Asst.
1; Hon. Ist Lt. ROTC Span. Co. "B" 4; SH Dan.
Comm. 2; ROTC Dan. Comm. 4; Vol. Dan.
Comm. 4; Val. Ct. 1; Grad. Ush. 3; Rec. Dan.
Comm. 1; Fash. Sh. 2, 4; BB Dan. Ct. 1; CGS;
Soph Dis. Wind. Comm.


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DEW, Melba Janis
I like fun, I like jokes, 'bout as well as most
of folks.
Oakland Park, Florida
Ush. 3; VB 3; SB 3; BkB 3; Swim. tm. I;
Cho. 1


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DUNNING, Patricia Darlene "Pat"
Her friends-there are many;
Her foes-are there any?
Portsmouth, Virginia
Sec'y. 3; HR Alt. 3; Parra. 3; NHS 3; Pres. 4;
Cam. Clb. I; VB 1, 2, 3; BkB 1, 2, 3; SB 1; Pres.
Prim. 3; SA Drive 2; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho.
1, 2; Sp. Cho. 3; Couns. Asst. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq.
Comm.; Jr. Ring Comm.; Christmas Formal 3;
Sr. Pic. Comm. Ch.; Parra. Dis. Window
Comm. 3; Prod. 3; NSPA Awd. 3; Grad. Marsh.
3; CGS


DRAKE, Claude


The ladies call him sweet.
Erie, Pennsylvania
BkB 3; Cocoa, Florida


DODSON, Patricia Ann "Pat"
In each cheek a dimple appears,
They are for smiles and not for tears.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Ref. Clb. 3; Ush. 4; Ref. Awd. 3; Spts. Awd.
3; VB 1, 2, 3; SB 1, 2; BkB 3; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3;
Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sp. 2, 3, 4


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ESPIAU, Eugenia Joyce "Ginger"
To know her is to love her.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Orch. 1; Lib. Asst. 1; Fash. Sh. 2, 4



EVANS, Ernestina "Teeny"
Smiles are the language of sweet characters.
Managua, Nicaragua
Zonian Ad-Sell. 1, 4; Ush. Clb. 4; Office
Asst. 2; Clinic Asst. 1


e,, a ESQUERRA, Vincent A., Jr. "Yin"
Sleeping is his occupation; eating is his
recreation.
San Diego, California
Cam. CIb. 1; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Rifle tm. 2, 3, 4;
-Drill tm. 3, 4; Proj CIb. 3, 4; Radio CIb. 4;
Ush. Gd. 3; Sgt. f/c 4
I EVANS, Marian Charlotte
So prim, so sweet, so nutty, and so knowing.
SAncon, Canal Zone
HR Alt. 1; Zo. 4; Cam. CIb. 1; Music CIb. 2;
Ush. 3; VB I, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3,
4; Cho. 1; Frosh Pic. Comm.; Rec. Dan. Comm.
1; SH Dan. Comm.; Jr. Ring Comm.; Get-
Acqtd. Dan. Comm. 4; Sr. Cards & Ann.
Comm.; Grad Ush. 3; CGS Atty. Gen.


EWING, James "Jim"
Why do today what I can do tomorrow?
Panama, R. de P.
ROTC 2, 3, 4; M/Sgt. 3; Platoon Sgt. 4


FELIZ, Eileen Louise "Pegotty"
Th-e :..:,..Ie Ihtr.g; of life come in small

Palo Alto California
; ~i I U. 3~ .E. 1, 2, 3; SB 1, 2, 3;
tkLB I 2 ep -1 2, 3; Cho. 1; Sp.
i-:. :' 4 *'_io J


EWING, Lionel
A do, Ic.r I:.l and hour for sports
But for itrend.i Ile too short.
Notchez Mississippi
ROLTC 2 3 4 Sgr 2 3, 4


FISHBOUGH, Calvin "Cal"
The spark behind every explosion.
Colon, R. de P.
Cam. CIb. 1; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Platoon Sgt. 4;
Vol. Dan. Comm. 4

FAYGENBAUM, Simon "Gen. Rommel"
Many individuals have, like uncut diamonds,
shining qualities beneath a rough exterior.
Warsaw, Poland
Letterman's CIb. 3; Swim. tm. 1, 2, 3*; ROTC
1st Lt. 4; Cam. CIb. 2; WP tm. 1, 2, 3; ROTC
Ush. Gd. 3; Chess CIb. 3; Span. CIb. 4


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FISCHER, Donnalee Marie "Doni"
Good humor makes all things tolerable.
San Francisco, California
HR Alt. 2; Span. CIb. 2; SB 2; VB 2, 3, 4;
Pep Sq. 1; Cho. 4; Lib. Asst. 2; Lincoln High;
Porra. Ad-Sell 4 -

'FOSTER, James "Jim"
Oh, this learning what a thing it is!
Colon, R. de P. 1"
Stag. 1; Parra. 2; Cam. CIb. 3, 4; Track 1;
Cho. 1





FLATAU, Betty Louise
Once knowing her, one would never wish to
forget her.
Panama, R. de P.
Parra. 3; Frosh Span. Clb. Treas. 1; Cam. Cib.
2; Music CIb. 2; Chess Clb. 3; Span. CIb. 2, 4;
VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4; SB 2, 4; Pep Sq. 1,
2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Grad Ush.
3; CGS; Zo. Ad-Sell. 4; NSPA owd. 3; Jr. f
Anth.; Stag. 3; Prod. 3; Clinic Asst. 2; ROTC
Dan. Comm. 4; Music Prog. Dec. Comm. 2;
Cap & Gown Comm.; CGS Dan. Comm. 4
FUENTES Oriel Alberto Jacinto
A handful of patience is worth more than a
bushel of brains.
Panama, R. de P.
Span. Clb. 1; Cam. Clb. 1; Radio CIb. 3;
UN Clb. 1; FB 1; BB 1; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Asst.
Platoon Sgt. 4 .





FULTON, Jim "Ka-Ka"
Athletic, congenial, loyal, and true; carry
on tho', you'll find these are few.
Bessemer, Alabama
,* -- p Letterman's Clb. 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; FB
,-. 1, 2, 3%, 4'; ROTC Sgt. Sq. Ldr. 2; Jr.-Sr.
Prom Comm.; Val. Dan. Comm. 4








FULTON, Virginia "Ginnie"
Her hair was not more sunny than her heart.
Seattle, Washington
SA Rep. 2; Calif. Scholarship Fed.; Lat. CIb.
SD2; Swim tm. 2; Cho. 1, 2, 3; Sp. Cho. 4;
Jr. Anthology; CGS; Monterey High; CGS
Dan. Comm. 4

GIBBS, Paul Douglas "Doug" .3
Did nothing in particular but did it very well.
Miami, Florida
HR Rep. 2; Cam. CIb. 1; FB 1, 2; BB 1; Cho.
1, 2, 3; Sp. Cho. 2; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Sgt. f/c
Spring Camp 2; SH Dan. Comm.




GARCIA, Eneida Esther Lizarrage "Enita"
Music is well said to be the speech of angels.
Panama, R. de P.
Pep Sq. 1; Orch. 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4

GARCIA, Cornelius "Corky"
He lives at ease who freely lives.
Kansas City, Kansas
Dram. CIb. 3; Spts. Ed. "Lincoln Log" 3;
Letterman's CIb. 3; Proj. CIb. 4; Cam. Clb. 3;
Radio CIb. 4; Ush. Comm. 4; Explorer's CIb.
3; SB 3*; Peruvian ROTC 3; ROTC Drill tm. 4




GIBBS, Philip E. "Phil"
Deeds, not words, make him the best.
Waterloo, Iowa
FB I"; Track 1, 2; ROTC 2, 3, 4; M/Sgt. 4;
Drill tm. 4; Theater CIb. 2, 3; Edgewood
High; St. Bernard High; Columbus High
GLASSBURN, Constance Ann "Connie"
For an all-around girl, there's no better on
earth.
', PPensacola, Florida
SA Sec'y. 4; "Our Town" 1; "Beauty & Beef"
3; "Showdown at Sawtooth" 4; Stag. 1; "Life
S of the Party" 2; Proi, CIb. 1, 2; Cam. Cib. 1;
NHS 3, 4; VB 2, 3, 4; SB 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4;
::' Swim tm. 2, 3; Fire Wk. Rad. Prog. 4; Pep Sq.
1, 2, 3; Cho. 1; Sp. Cho. 2, 3, 4; Han. Ist Lt.
ROTC Sponsor Co. "C" 4; SH Dan. Comm.
2; Drama Banq. 3, 4; Christmas Formal 3;
Camp Sp. 3; CGS Sen.; Alt. GN; Christmas
Formal Ct. 3; ROTC Dan. Comm. 4; Grad. Ush, I
S3; Frosh Pic Comm.; CGS Dan. Comm. Co-
Ch 4






GILL, Nancy Jean "Nanny"
Happy and free throughout the day, her
smile drives all our cares away.
Pennsauken, New Jersey
4; VB 1, 2, 3", 4*; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2,
S3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Lib. Asst. 4; Cards &
Ann. Comm.; Couns. Asst. 3; Ref. CIb. 1, 2, 3,
S:' 4; CGS; Fresh Pic. Comm.; Frosh-Soph Frolic
Comm. 1, 2; Ref owd. 2, 3; Spts, awd. 3;
Intro. owd. 1, 2, 3, 4; CGS Dan. Comm. Ch. 4




GLUD, Robert A. "Sluggo"
A fellow we're glad we met for he's a fellow
we won't forget.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
HR Alt. 1; HR Rep. 3, 4; Letterman's CIb.
3, 4; Chess CIb. 3; Cam. Clb. 1; BB 1, 2, 3;
FB 1, 2, 3 4 ; BkB 1, 2; Track 1; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. Comm.; Christmas Formal 3; Frosh
Pic. Comm.; Ch. Sr. Wk. Comm.

GONZALEZ, Ricardo
Young and handsome-what more is there
to ask!
Panama, R. de P.
Span. CIb. I; Zonian Ad-Sell 4; Com. Clb. I





HAND, Charles A. "Mano"
Still achieving, still pursuing,
He learns to labor and to wait.
r, Portsmouth, Virginia
Zonian & Parra. Ph. 1; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Ist
Lt. 4: Drill tm. 4; Ush. Gd. 3; Rifle tm.

.- GRESSANG, Dan "Farmer"
Worry little, study less, is my idea of
happiness.
Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Chess Clb. 3, 4; Letterman's CIb. 4; FB
2, 3, 4'; Track 3, 4; Lab. Asst. 1; ROTC Ofc.
2, 3; Sgt. 4; Zonian Ad-Sell 4


.'" HARKELROAD, Esterlee "Espe"
A joy too exquisite .: l., .r..j ir m.:r.
exquisite when pasi
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
"Bolts & Nuts" 2; T31,,.r rti h, CI : -
SB 3; Swim tmin. 1; P'-. 2 J L -.
S 3; Ofc. Asst. 2; FHA I 2 i P.r ] -d .ii
4; Fash. Sh. 3

GUERRINI, Oriel
Everywhere in [if I 1...- c .,-. ..jn .: o
what we gain ,ry ..-. h j,.:.
Panama, R. de P
Cam. CIb. 1; Sp. I-tb 2 4 h:. I RC'TC
2, 3, 4; Pfc. 2; -._ 3C Co omm DrIIl
tm. 2, 3; Master -'1 Or,-U.h Od 'i 4 '






HASEMAN, Louis Charles "Lou"
C:! U He may be quiet, but what a wit; for every
I occasion his remarks sure fir.
Ancon, Canal Zone
SCam. CIb. 2; Span. CIb. 4; Sp. Cho. 3, 4;
l Platoon Sgt. 2, 3, 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Zonian H
Ad-Sell 4; Rec. Dan. Comm. 1; Span. Clb.
Dan. Comm. 4; Stag. 4; Val. Dan. Comm. 4
JEFFRIES, Curtis B. "Curt"
We've only one life to live, so let's live it.
Marion, Alabama
Letterman's CIb. 3, 4; Chess Clb. 3; FB
1, 2, 3, 4'; Track 3", 4*; BkB 1, 2; BB 1, 2;
1 Pole Vt. Rec. H. S. 3; Sr. Pic. Comm.



HARRIS, Carol Joy "Harris"
Never too :.ru. to laugh, and never too
laugh.r.g to b.. : l.',us .
Springville. Ulah
I 2 3 SE I Ekb 2, 3; Pep Sq. 1, 2;
Lb .:: i 2 G. d Iu;h. 3; CGS; Outsdg.
elle_,' rt, : f.,'.J -''s 3 Ali,

'. JARAMILLO, Edgar J. "Jeronimo"
Lde .: r. :h.,- .vaste.
Panama, R de P
Leeiir ar,: CItb 3 4; Swim tm. 1, 2, 3 4;
.F' I 2 3 Cho. 1; ROTC 2, 3, 4;
:1.1 LI 4 Sp.r. CIt 4







HUMMER, Helen Joanne "Jo"
Of manners gentle, of affections mild.
Ancon, Canal Zone
VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4;
Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Jr. Anthology; Ush. 3, 4;
Bacc. Ush. 3; Cam. CIb. 1, 2; Proj. Clb.
1, 2, 3; Ref. CIb. 2, 3, 4

HOOPES, David E. "Dave"
The style is the man itself.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cdt. 2nd
Lt.; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Rifle tm. 2, 3


JENSEN, Mary Jo "Jo"
She has a ready smile and she wears it
every day.
U Savanna, Illinois
V Swim tm. 2*, 3*; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Ofc. 4
Asst. 3; CGS; Val. Court 4
JENKINS, Edna Anna "Eddy"
Or light or dark, or short or tall, she sets
a spring to snare them all.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Sec'y. 1; Soph Rep.; HR Alt. 4; Porra. Ad-Sell
4; GAA 2, 3; Pres. 4; V. CIb. 1; Span. CIb. 4;
Ush. Clb. 3, 4; Ref. CIb. 2, 3. 4; VB 1*, 2',
3', 4*; BkB 1', 2, 3*, 4*; Intra. Spts. owd.
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Chldr. Alt. 3;
Chrldr. 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3; Band 3; Lib. Asst. 2;
Ofc. Asst. 2; C ,-i -'.. D.- -' -
Comm.; Home-Com. Dan. Comm.; Open Day
Ploy; Frosh Pic. Comm.; BHS; SH Dan. Comm.;
Jr.-Sr. Prom Co-Ch.; GAA Dan. 2, 3; Ch. 4;
GAA Banq. Comm. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Gift Comm.;
Sec'y. Ath. Coun. 4; Bacc. Ush. 3
HATCHETT, Mary Bethina "Beth"
What is woman if she is not mystery.
Ft. Valley, Georgia
Prod. 3; "Bong. Bugle" 3; Zo. 3; Ed. 4; VB 1,
2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1,
2, 3, 4; Cho. I; Ch. Dec. Christmas Formal
3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.; Quill & Scroll 3, 4;
Intra Spts. awd. 2, 3; FB Queen's Ct. 4; Grad.
Ush 3; Ch. Vol. Dan. Comm. 4; Jr. Anth.; Art
awd. 3; Ced. Ch. FB Dan. Comm. 4; CGS Sen. A


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JOUSTRA, Grace "Gracie"
Her jokes are the center of conversations
and the salt of life.
Patterson, New Jersey
Ush. Clb. 3, 4; Ref. CIb. 1; FB 1, 2, 3, 4;
BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3;
Cho. 1; Sp. Cho. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 1; Ofc.
Asst. 4; Grad. Ush. 3; CGS; CGS Dan.
SComm. 4
il KAPLAN, Sally "Muneca" .
Her jolly disposition makes her loved by
everyone.
Boquete, R. de P.
Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 2; BkB
3, 4; Cho. 1, 3, 4; Fash. Sh. 2, 3, 4



KAM, Virginia Rose "Virg"
Sincerity is a charm all its own.
Colon, R. de P.
HR Rep. 4; Zonian 4; Ad-Sell 4; Cam. CIb.
3, 4; Ush. CIb. 4; Span. CIb. 4; French CIb.
^ 44; Chess Clb. 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4;
BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 2; Glee CIb. 1, 2;
Ch. Commun. Chest Dr. 4; Hall Mon. 2; NHS
4; St. Mary's Academy; CHS
I" KENNEDY, Edward M. "Clem"
It is enough to do good; but he does it the
right way.
Glascow, Montana
HR Rep. 3; HR Alt. 1; Sound effects man 1;
Chess Clb. 3; FB 1; Lab. Asst. 3; Jr. Ring
Comm.; Assemb. Comm. 4; Jr. Anthology






LADD, William A. "Bill"
And seem a saint when most I play a devil.
Akron, Ohio
Radio CIb. 3, 4; Proj. Clb. 3, 4; Cam. Clb.
1, 2; Math Clb. 4; Chess Clb. 3; ROTC .
2, 3, 4; Ush. Gd. 2, 3, 4







LERCHEN, Frank H. "Frankie"
Nothing is impossible ;r, a ...Il. 3 h1 ar
Panama, R. de P.
Parra. 4; Cam. Clb. : POTC 2* 4 I: HP
4; SH Dan. Comm. Fa. i h i Er...,i- 4
ROTC Drill tm. 3, 3.hr,:r..: for..Il i
ROTC Dan. Comm. -. jr ih.ng C i..
Cards & Ann. Comm

H se LASSO, Carmen Sadith "Cuca" '
Her sweet way t.a: maod, hVr ta i .rd I.:. jll
Panama, R. de P
Zonian Ad-Sell 4 Spaor CIb I 2 4 Carn,
Clb. 1, 2; Ush. CIb 4 Ch : Clb 4 Frr.,.:h.
Clb. 4; VB 1, 2, i PfiF i I : C I: I 2


LINARES, Rolando Antonio, Jr. "Chinito"
Work is work and must be done, but while
I work, I have my fun.
Manhattan Island, New York
Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; FB 1, 2; BB 1, 2; BkB 1;
Swim tm. 1', 2", 3', 4*; ROTC Drill tm.
2, 3, 4; Ush. Gd. 2, 3, 4; Pfc. 2; Letterman's
CIb. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3; Sgt. 3; 2nd
Lt. 4; Span. CIb. Dan. Comm. 2
S. LEE, Kenneth R. "Kenny"
A little nonsense now and then is relished
j ,* by the wisest men.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Pres. 2; SA Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4;
Sgt. f/c 4; Frosh Pic. Comm., SH Dan.
Comm.; Val. Dan. Comm. 4; Jr. Ring Comm.;
S Jr. Anthology





LIVINGSTON, Ann "Shorty"
The discovery of a new dish does more for
human happiness than the discovery of a
new star.
Portsmouth, Ohio
HR Sec'y. 2; Sr. Play 1; Y-Teen 1, 2; Bond
1, 2, 3; Orch. 3; Cho. 1, 2; Ice Frolics Ush.
1, 2; Sp. Cho. 4; Val. Court 4

LOMBANA, Alfred J., Jr. "Pompa"
Politeness goes for, yet costs nothing.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Span. Clb. 3; BB 1, 2; BkB 1, 2; FB 1, 2;
ROTC 2, 3, 4; Sgt.; Ist Lt. 4; Drill tm. 2, 3, 4;
Ush. Gd. 2, 3, 4; Armed Forces Day Parade
2, 3; Commun. Chest Dr. Parade 2, 3


LINCOLN, Robert "Bob"
Good humor is goodness and wisdom
combined.
San Diego, California
Swim tm. 3, 4; FB 3; ROTC Cpl. 2; Asst.
Sq. Ldr.

LORA, Flor De "Lory"
The way to be happy is to help make
others so.
Panama, R. de P.
Panamericano Club 1; Sp. Clb. 1; SB 1', 4;
VB 1


MAGEE, Anne Catherine "Mugsy"
There's nothing on earth or sea or air; too
bright, too high, too wild, too gay; for
spirits like mine to dare.
SA Sec'y. 4; SA Rep. 1; HR Alt. 3; GAA 2, 3;
Sec'y. 4; "Life of the Party" 2; "Beauty &
Beef" 3; Stag. 3, 4; Cam. CIb. 1; Ref. Clb.
2, 3, 4; Ush. CIb. 2; VB 1, 2*, 3*, 4*; BkB 1,
2', 3', 4*; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2; Chrldr.
4; Alt. 3; Cho. 1, 2; Sp. Cho. 4; Lib. Asst. 1,
2; Ofc. Asst. 2, 3; Comms.: Christmas Formal
3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.; SH Dan.; Frosh Rec.
Dan.; Frosh-Soph Frolic 1, 2; Sr. Wk.; GAA
Bonq. 2, 3; Frosh Pic.; GAA Dan. 2, 3, 4; Get-
Acqtd. Don. 2; Polio Dr. 2; Jr. Anth.; Fash.
Sh. 2, 3; Pres. Prim. 3; Orph. Dr. 1; Isth. Bowl
Tkts. 1; Little Theatre Banq. 3: CGS


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LOWE, Catherine Janet "Kitty"
Without love and laughter, life is nothing.
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Music Clb. 1, 2; Ush. Clb. 3, 4; Ref. Clb.
3, 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 3, 4; SB 4; Deck
Tennis 3; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4;
Sp. Cho. 2, 3, 4; M.B. Asst. 4; Fash. Sh.
2, 3, 4; Bacc. Cho. 2, 3, 4


MAXWELL, James Eugene "Jim"
His thoughts are toward a high aim.
Bremerton, Washington
SA Rep. 1; Parra. Assoc. Ed. Art 4; CA
Patrol Clb. 2; Vis. Aids Clb. 4; Cam. Clb. 2


MARTIN, William N. "Bill"
A leader of men, and a follower of womer.
Norfolk, Virginia
Vice-Pres. 4; Letterman's Clb. 1, 2, 3, 4; b
1', 2', 3', 4*; BkB 1, 2*, 3%, 4*; FB 1, 2
3", 4*; Band 1, 2; Orch. 1, 2; All-Zone BE
3; All-Zone BkB 4; Cards & Ann. Comm
Co-Ch.


MARTIN, Carmen Mary "Carmencita"
To know her is a pleasure.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Span. CIb. 4; SB 3, 4; VB 3, 4; BkB 3, 4;
Cho. 1, 2, 3; Ofc. Asst. 4; Clinic Asst. 2, 3;
Fash. Sh. 3, 4; Ush. 4


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MAY, James C. "Missy" F B -
Always happy, always broke,
Always laughing at some joke.
Smithdale, Mississippi
HR Rep. 1; HR Alt. 2; Letterman's Clb. 1, 2,
3, 4; Chess Clb. 3; FB 1", 2%, 3*, 4'; BB
1, 2%, 3%, 4-; BkB 1, 2, 3%, 4*; Track 1, 2%,
3*, 4*; Lib. Asst. 2; SH Dan. Comm. 2; All- b .
Zone FB 2, 3, 4; All-Zone BkB 3 M "

MEDLER, Janet Marie "Jan"
They who have patience accomplish the.
most.
Tacoma, Washington
Ush. Clb. 3, 4; VB 3, 4; BB 4; BkB 4; Lib.
Asst. 1, 2


McNATT, Blanquita "Blanket"
j. ,As two eyes unite and make one sight, her
many charms make one delight.
Panama, R. de P.
Dram. CIb. 2, 3; Span. CIb. 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3,
4; VB 2, 3, 4; Chrldr. 3, 4; Ofc. Asst. 4; Ush.
SCIb. Ch. 2; FB Dan. Comm. 4; CHS 2, 3, 4;
ROTC Dan. Comm. 4; Assemb. Comm. 4;
tFash. Sh. 3, 4; Grad. Ush. 3; Isth. Bowl Tkts.

MEISSNER, Adele E. "Del"
Why frown when it is so much easier to
smile!
Ancon, Canal Zone
Ref. CIb. 2, 3; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4;
SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2; Couns. Asst. 3, 4;
Sr. Pic. Comm.; Sh. Case Comm. 3, 4; Cam.
CIb.






MENZEL, Kurt F., Jr. "Keddy"
Silence is golden, but who am I to make
money?
Ancon, Canal Zone
HR Rep. 1; "Life of Party" 2; Cam. Clb. 1; A-
Span. CIb. 2, 4; FB 2, 3, 4; BB 2, 3, 4; BkB
2, 3, 4; Band 1 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2; ROTC l
Cpl. 2; Frosh Pic. Comm.; Christmas Formal
3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm. 3; SH Dan. Comm.;
Stag.



.J"' MORRISON, Charlotte Lynne "Lynne"
She's sparkle and spice and everything
nice.
Charleston, West Virginia .
Inaug. Dan. Comm. 4; Sr. Group Pic. Comm.
MILLION, Shirley Lou "Lu-Lu Belle"
Ready and willing, most capable too;
always on hand her part to do.
Corvallis, Oregon
HR Rep. 3; HR Alt. 4; Little Theatre Asst. Bus.
Mgr. 3: Bus. Mgr. 4; "Showdown at Saw-
tooth" 4; Cam. Cib. 1; Proj. CIb. 1; Ref. Cib,
2, 3, 4; VB I, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4, SB 1, 2,
3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Ofc. Asst.
2, 3; SH Dan. Comm.; Dis. Window 2, 3; Jr.
Ring Comm,; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Ch.; Inaug. Dan.
Ch. 4; Vol Dan. Comm.



MORTON, Gloria Jean "Dimples"
She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk
with; pleasant, too, to think on.
Portland, Oregon
HR Rep. 1; "Lady in the Dark" 1; Span.
CIb. 4; VB 1; SB 1; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3, 4; Cho.
2; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; Fash. Sh. 2; Grad Ush.
3; ROTC Ofc. 4; Snow Queen 3; Frosh Rec.
Dan. Comm.; Majorette 4; Span. CIb.
Assemb. 4; FB Ct. 4; Daisy Mae Ct. 3; Nov.
3rd Sh. Case Comm. 4; Sr. Party Comm.
MOLYNEAUX, Evelyn
She is so bright, so very quiet; and ohl so
very nice.
Panama, R. de P.
Parro. 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2; NHS 4


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MURPHEY, William M. "Murph"
No sinner, and no saint perhaps-but well,
the very best of chaps.
Washington, D. C.
Lot. Clb. 3; Radio Cbl. 4; Math Clb. 4;
Pres. 4; Stamp Clb. 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Sgt.
1; 2nd Lt. 2; 1st Lt. 3; Maj. 4; Inaug. Dan.
Comm. 4; Drill tm. 1, 2, 3, 4
NEAL, Marguerite Helen "Peanuts"
Poise is the art of raising the eyebrows
instead of the roof.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Cam. Clb. 1; Proj. Clb. 1; VB 1, 2; BkB 1, 2;
Swim tm. 3; Pep Sq. 1, 2; Chrldr. 3, 4; Capt.
4; Cho. 1, 3; Sr. Wk. Comm.


MULLIGAN, Ann Elizabeth "Andy"
With a cheery word, and a winsome smile,
she's a girl of pep, and a friend worth-
while.
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Sec'y. 2; HR Alt. 2; Parroa. 3, 4; NHS 3, 4;
Cam. Clb. Sec'y. 1; Ref. CIb. 2, 3; VB I, 2,
3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3*, 4; Pep Sq.
1, 2, 3; ChIdr. 4; Alt. 3; Cho. 1, 2; Sp. Cho.
S 3 4; Hon. Capt. ROTC Battn. Sponsor 4; SH
Dan. Comm. Enter, Ch.; Ch. Jr. Ring Comm.;
VaL Dan. Ct. 2; Vaol. Dan. Comm. 4; CGS;
FB Queen 4; Soph Dis. Wind. Comm.; Jr. Dis.
Wind. Comm.; Grad. Ush. 3; NSPA awd. 3;
Jr. Anth.; SA Welfare Dr. Dir. 4




OGLESBY, Barbara Joan "Bobby Jo" .,-,
Happy am I, from core I'm free. Why aren't
they all contented like me?
Baltimore, Maryland
Sec'y. 4; Ser. Grp. 1; Ref. CIb. 1; SB 1, 2, J "
3, 4; BkB 1, 3, 4; VB 4; Swim tm. 3; Pep Sq.
1, 2, 3, 4; Cho. 1, 2; Sp. Cho. 3, 4; SH Dan.
Comm. 2; Jr. Dis. Wind. Comm.; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. Comm.; Sr. Gift Comm.; ROTC Dan."
Comm. 4; Bacc Ush. 3; CGS Sen.; Fash. Sh.
1; Jr. Anthology


NICKELSON, Anna M. "Annie"
Charming us all with her wit and Southern
drawl, her friendship bears no price tag.
Annapolis, Maryland
"Showdown at Sawtooth" 4; FHA 1; Drama
CIb. 1, 2; Lib. CIb. 1, 2; Span. CIb. 2; Math
CIb. 4; Rod. Prog. Fire Prev. Wk. 4; Sh.
Case Comm, 4; Zonian 4; Bacc. Ush. 3; "Ole'
Miss"


O'MAHONEY, Patricia "Pat"
x Daughter of Erin, divir.-l, 1311 jr.j j. .i.-l,
fair.

Pres. 1; SA Rep. 1, 2; Mrlh Cit. 4 Ltb 1..
1, 2; Ofc. Asst. 3; Cred. II I' 3 t ,r.
"B"; Hn. Math & Eng .:I .:H. .,:hdr
Rep."

OTTEN, David "Da e"
Knowledge comes tb... re .:.m l.r...r:
Springfield, illincis
Zonian Ph. 3; Pa r. PI, I 2 i NH'.
Vice-Pres. & Prog ci .' '.m ,u lt .,.4:
Pres. 1, 2; Band I 3 4. L.t -::i 2 Ljb
Asst. 1; Music C.: .. 3 :.p Ch:. ? Jr
Anthology; Fash. Sh I


ORVIS, Bruce Edward
Sloll., -ord a pI.a;ant smile, he has them
read, all the Lh.Ile.
Tuhla. Oklahoma
HP RIr A*l 2 t euty & Beef" 3; "Show-
dcar, at .ra,y.c.rh 4; Letterman's CIb. 3,
4. Pr-. 42 P.arh CIb 3, 4; FB 3*, 4'; Track
3 1 OTC 2 3; Sgt. 3; Christmas
Fo'mal Cr. -,Ch 3 SA Campgn. Assemb. 3;
Slag. ? 4 Pcd 3, 4; Val. Dan. Comm.
C.-.Ch 4 L.r,., Th.atre 3, 4

ORTEGA, Esteban "Nene"
Happ.,re: :em rr.'ade o be shared.
Panama, R de P


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Make-Up Ed. 3; Swim tm. 1; FB Mgr. 3; Hd
Mgr. 4; Pres. Prim. 3; SA Cpgn. Assemb. 3;
Lab. Asst. 3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Battn. Adi. 4;
Capt. 4; Comms.: Over-All Ch. Jr.-Sr. Banq.
& Prom. Comm.; Ch. Dec. SH Dan.; MC 2;
Frosh-Soph Frolic 1, 2; Ch. Awds. Day 2; Ch.
Visit Day 2; Ch. Sp. Assemb. 2; Jr. Anth.;
Sr. Wk. Comm.; NSPA awd. 3; Orphan. Dr.
2; Ch. SA Constit. 3; Rec. Dan. 1; Frosh Pic.;
Art awd. 1; Pres. Dem. Cpgn. 3; Little Theater r
2, 3; Frosh Mask; Chem. Awd. 3; Parra. Banq.
2; Little Theater Banq. 1, 2, 3; Diam. Mask 4;
Inaug. Dan. 1, 3; Get-Acqtd. Dan. 3; Soph
Dis. Wind.; Stdt. Ct. 2; Sing. Val. 2; ROTC
New Yr. Dan. 2; Congo Dan. 2; Circus Dan.
4; Deep-Sea Dan. 1; Letterman's Club. 4; Ath.
Coun. 4; ROTC Spring Camp 3



SREAD, Joan Marlene
Her speech, her form, her action full of
grace.
Puerto Armuelles, R. de P.
Cam. CIb. 1; BkB 1, 2; VB 1, 2; SB I; Pep
Sq. 1, 2; Lib. Asst. 1, 2; Clinic Asst. 4

RAUDALES-PLANAS Sergio A. "Honduras"
The virtue lies in the struggle, not the
success.
San Francisco, California
Cam. CIb. 1; Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; Cho. 1;
ROTC 2, 3, 4; Sgt. 4; Rifle tm. 2; Drill tm.
S2, 3, 4


RAMIREZ, Ernestine E. "Ernie"
A precious pearl of great price.
Houston, Texas
HR Rep. 1, 2; Lot. CIb. 1, 2, 3; Ski CIb. 2, 3;
GAA 1, 2; Span. CIb. 4; VB 2, 3, 4; Ofc.
Asst. 3


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RIGBY, Duane
All things come round to him who will but
wait.
Ancon, Canal Zone
BB; BkB; FB; Track 2, 4; ROTC 2; Cpl. 2

RAY, Judith Ann "Judy"
Her friendship, one of the sweetest gifts
that life can bring.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
HR Rep. 4; Jr. Quill 2; Parra. 4; FHA 2;
Tri-Hi-Y 2; ROTC Ofc. 4; Soph Prom Comm.;
Fash. Sh. 1; Dir. & Design 1; Lib. Dir. Comm.
3; SA Flower Comm. 4; Stag. 4


PAXSON, Alice "Midget"
A sweetheart of radiant charm, wit, and a
certain warmth which few can resist.
Honolulu, Hawaii
SA Rep. 2; Vice-Pres. & Treas. 2; Spring Play ""'l
2; Zonian 4; Span. Clb. 4; Science Clb. 1; BkB
3'. 4'; VB 4; SB 4; Pep Sq. 2. 3, 4; Chrldr. 3, 4;
Co-Capt. 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hon. 1st Lt. Co. "A"
ROTC Sponsor 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.; Sr.
Cards & Ann. Comm. Ch.; Jr. Ring Comm. I;
Jr. ..-i:.l: 'County Fair" Comm. 2; Isth.
Bowl iT ,i. (, Grad. Ush. 3; NHS 4; Wood-
row Wilson High 1, 2
PRIETO, Esther "Paquita"
Mighty sweet, mighty wise; but oh! those
wicked, wicked eyes.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Span. Clb. 3; Music CIb. 1; Cam. Clb. 1;
French CIb. I; VB 4; BkB 3; SB 2; Pep Sq.
1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4; Ofc. Asst.; Christmas
Formal Ct. 3


:' PETIT, Charlene Marie "Charlie"
The very pink of perfection.
'9 Shreveport, Louisiana
S VB 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1; Water Follies
1; Hockey 1; Greek Games 2; Pep Sq. 3;
Cho. 1, 2; Choir 2; Grad Ush. 3
QUINN, Bruce A
B r Let this suffice, by this conceive the rest;
0 He should, he would, he could, he did
the best.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Pres. 1; HR Rep. 2; Vice-Pres. 3; SA Pres. 4;
"Lady in the Dark" 1; "Life of Party" 2;
"Beauty & Beef" 3; Prod. 1, 2, 3, 4; "Show-
down at Sawtooth" 4; Dir. 3, 4; Parra 1, 2, 3;


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The small courtesies sweeten life; the greater
ennoble it.
Panama, R. de P.
00- KSpan. Clb. 1; Cam. Clb. 1: Radio CIb. 3


SCHRANTZ, James "Jim"
Thought is deeper than all speech.
St. Paul, Minnesota
Journalism Clb. 1; ROTC 3, 4; Sgt. 3, 4;
Eatonsville High





RILEY, John G. "Gary"
I was gratified to be able to answer prompt-
ly, and I did-I said I didn't know.
Dorchester, Massachusetts
Cam. Clb. 1; Intra awd. 1; Track 1; BkB 2;
FB 1, 2, 3; BkB 1, 3; Cho. 1; Lib. Asst. 1;
ROTC Pfc. 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.

SAMSON, Gloria E.
Pleasure and action make the hours seem
short.
Colon, R. de P.
U.N. Clb. 1, 2; Cam. CIb. 1; Sp. Clb. 4; SB
1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1, 2, 3, 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4;
Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 3; Lib. Asst. 1, 2




SANCHEZ, Ligia Esther "Lee"
Her eyes and her feet sparkle with the joy
of living.
Panama, R. de P.
Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; Ush. CIb. 4; VB 1, 2, 4;
SB 1, 2, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 4; Cho. 1, 2, 3, 4;
SSpan. Clb. Constit. Comm. 4; Span. Clb.
Dan. Comm. 4; Span. CIb. Assemb. 4; Fash.
Sh. 1, 2






ROWLEY, June Adrianne "Junie"
I laughed and I a..,ql- Cd I.d id I lo,.-gh.j

Ancon, Canal Zone
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Jr Jo, r, Q Fe,,r, ,.'- Ii., I Fr.- ,
/'.., m t, .- *: ,t'.- b Ir .::,'t,. ,rb p .n
DD, ::,rnt H1 alli.--r. i 2 CGI CGS

SEWELL, George Hugh
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Atlanta. Georgia
Pr,-: Tc.rr-d ,r,'- V/..z.zard'. II,. Im ,
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SEARS, Alson W., Jr. "Alona"
The highest of distinctions is service to
others.
Panama, R. de P.
Vice-Pres. SA 3; Letterman's CIb. 2, 3, 4;
Span. CIb. Treas. 4; Swim tm. 1, 2', 3*, 4*;
Capt. Swim tm. 3, 4; Track 3; SA Capgn.
Assemb. 2; Sr. Ring Comm. 4; Span. CIb.
Constit. Comm. 4; Grad. Marsh. 3
ROSE, Mary M. "Maryrose"
She is a good sport and wins her way into
everyone's heart.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Music CIb. 1, 2; Span. CIb. 1; VB 1; SB 1;
BB 1; Pep Sq. 1; Bond 4; Cho. 1, 2; Sp.
Cho. 3, 4; Lib. Asst. 2; Ch. Sr. Ring Comm.;
Jr. Ring Comm.; Jr. Anthology; CGS Sen.;
CGS Dan. Comm. 4









SIBAUSTE, Maritza Estella "Mari"
Ambitious to learn, to get ahead in a serious
way.
Panama, R. de P.
VB 4; Cho. 2; St. Francis I


SIGFRID, Jimmy "Siggy"
Speech is great; but silence is greater.
Lake Mills, Iowa








SIEGEL, Mary Agnes "Mitzi"
A kind and gentle heart she has to comfort
friends and foes.
Ancon, Canal Zone
HR Rep. 3; Cam. CIb. 1, 2; Sec'y. 2; Pro. CIb.
1, 2, 3; Ush. Cib. 3, 4; VB 1, 2, 3. 4; BkB 1,
-, 2, 3, 4: SB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Lib. Asst.
1, 2, Ofc. Ast. 3, 4; Clin. Asst. 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom.
Comm. 3; Fash. Sh. 3, 4; Sr. Ring Comm. 4;
SUsh. I; Grad. Ush. 3; Zonian Ad-Sell 4, CGS
Sen.; CGS Dan. Comm, 4





SMITH, B. Paul "Bartley P."
He profits most who serves best.SOER, Cleveland
Ancon, Canal Zone
SA Rep. 1, 2, 3; Alt. 4; Vice-Pres. 2; Pres. 3: Take it easy-h
Span. Clb. 1, 2, 4; Pres. 4, Cam. Clb. 1, 2; An diet the old
Drill tm. 2, 3, 4; FB 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, Akron, Ohio
3; Cho. ; Sp Cho. 3, 4; ROTC 2, 3, "Lady in Dark'
4; Lt. Col. Battns Commander 4; Span.
Clb. Dan. 2; Span. Cb. Assemb. MC 2; Rec. Sch. Photog. 1,
Dan. I; SH Dan.; ROTC Congo Dan. 2; Get- Pres. 1, 2; FB
Together Dan 2; Elk's Dan Comm. 2, 3; ROTC 2 3, 4; (
ROTC Dan. 3; Christmas Formal 3; Jr-Sr Banq ROTC2,3,4;
3; Fash. Sh. MC 3, 4; Lake Worth FB Program Jr.-Sr. Banq. C
3; Porra. & Zonian Photog. 2, 3; Grad. Marsh. Frosh-Soph Fro
3; Bacc. Ush. 3; ROTC New Yr.'s Dan. 2: Stu- ROTCsh Spr. Ca
dent Court Comm. 2; Radio CIb. 2; "Better ROTC Spr. Ca
Assemb." Comm. Ch. 2; Budget Comm. Ch. 2 Comm. Ch.





S SWIFT, Sylvia "Si"
Full of fun and mischief too, doing things
she shouldn't do.
Panama City, Florida
Stag. 3, 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; SB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Cho. 1, 3; Sp.
Cho. 4; Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4; Couns. Asst. 1; SH
Dan. Comm.; Fash. Sh. 2, 3; Ush. 1, 2;
Zonian Ad-Seller; Ref. Awd. 3; Sr. Grp. Pic.
Comm.; Visit. Day Comm., Ch. 4

SORRELS, William Wade "Wild Willie"
He lives at ease that freely lives.
Russellville, Arkansas
Russellville High School 1, 2, 3; HR Vice-
Pres. 3; Red and Black Staff; FB 1 2*, 3V


TETTENBURN, Howard T "Tom"
Laughs with a vas' a,',d ..-n, ,n.I.. abl.
laughter.
Keyser, West Virginia
HR Alt. 4; ROTC 2 i3 4 Pt: 2 $.-
Lt. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm r P.r, Ccr.mm
Drill Tm. 3
. SURINE, Mary Ann "Mary"
/.. From the top of h F..ad ..o .he .p :. F-r
toes, the impre: .an of n rine-i and q-e,:
Sness grows.
Jefferson Barracks, Missouri
Parra. 4; GAA 1, 2; Rooters CIb. 2; Latin
CIb. 1, 2; CGS; CGS Dan. 4; Monterey High
School 1, 2


"Cleve"
ave your fun,
world flicker.

S1; Prod. 1; Zonian 3, 4;
2, 3, 4; Cam. Clb. 1, 2, 3;
3; Band 3; Drum major 3;
Cpl. 2, Sgt. f/c 3, 2nd Lt. 4;
omm.; ROTC Ush. Gd. 3;
lic 1, 2; Soph Pic. Comm.;
. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Group Pic.






"TIBBETTS, Kirk Eastman "Horsie"
M Flirtation: attention without intention.
Santa Ana, California
"Beauty & Beef" 2; FB 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Track
1, 2, 3, 4; Letterman's CIb. 4; Christmas
Formal 3; Cap & Gown Comm.; Prod. 3, 4;
Stag. 3, 4
WAGNER, John "Haggie"
There's not a joy the world can give,
That he is able to escape.
Lodi, Ohio
HR Rep. 1; HR Alt. 2; Sd. Effects 1, 2; Chess
CIb. 1, 2; Cam. CIb. 2; Proj. CIb. 1, 2; Span.
CIb. 3; FB 1, 2, 3; BkB 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2;
Orch. 3; Lib. Asst. 1, 2, 3; Lab. Asst. 1, 3;
ROTC 2, 3; Sgt.

THOMAS, Helen Elizabeth
Knows what she wants-and goes after it.
New York, New York
HR Alt. 1, 4; Zonian 4; Ush. Clb. 1, 3, 4; Ref.
CIb. 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Sq. 1, 3; Cho. 4;
Clinic Asst. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Comm.; Val. Dan.
Comm. 4; Elks CIb. Don. Comm., Ch. 4; ROTC
Dan. Comm. 4; Ush. 2, 3; Bacc. 4; Ush. 3; Ush.
Awd. 3; CGS: FB Dan. Comm. 4; CGS Luncheon
Parra. 4, Val. Queen 4
VIGNA, Maria "Marie"
She is a lady both gracious and sweet. .--
Panama, R. de P.
Zonian Ad-Sell 3, 4; Span. CIb. 1, 2, 4; Music
Cib, 2; Cam. CIb. 2, 4; Chess Cib. 3, 4; Ush.
CIb. 4: Math 4; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 2, 3, 4; SB
1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling Tm. 3; Pep Sq. 2, 3; Cho.
3; Sp. Cho. 2, 3; Clin. Asst. 2; Jr. Anth. 3;
Fash. Sh. 3; Ofc. Asst. 4; Mus. Apprec. Prog.
2; NHS 4










VEGA, Ytsel Marcela
4 She is as a sunbeam on a winter's day.
Panama, R. de P.
Span. Clb. i, 4; Chess CIb. 4; BkB 3, 4;
SB 4; VB 3; Cho. 4; Span. CIb. Assemb. 4






VARNER, Helen
A sweet countenance reflects sweet thoughts.
Birmingham, Alabama
Vice-Pres. 2; Session Rm. Rep, 2; Jr. Honor
Society 2; BkB 1; Fash. Sh. 1, 2; Session Rm.
"Favorite" 2; West End High School, Ala-
bama 1, 2, 3

WINBERG, Odilia Esther "Odie"
.Happiness was born a twin.
Ancon, Canal Zone
Span. CIb. 2, 4; Ush. CIb. 4; VB 3; SB 2;
BkB 4; Pep Sq. 2, 3, 4; Cho. 3; Ush. 1, 2, 3,
4; Span. CIb. Assemb. Comm. 4




WELCHER, John "Jack" i
Likes all, trusts a few, does wrong to none.
Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Cristobal High School 1, 2, 3

TINKER, Edward R. "Ed"
We sigh, and look, and sigh again.
Dover, New Hampshire
BB 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Co. "B" Com-
monder 4



















WONG, Justin
The great hope of society is individual
character.
Colon, R. de P.
Parra. 3, Assoc., Ed. 4; Cam. Clb. 2, 3, 4;
Pan-Amer. CIb. 1; Cho. 1; Christmas Formal
3; Parra. awd. 4th prize 3

YOHROS, Vicky
A happy-tempered bringer of the
of the worst.
Colon, R. de P.
Cam. Clb.; VB 1, 2, 3, 4; BkB 1,
Pep Sq. 1, 2, 3; Fash. Sh. 3; Zon
Sell 4


YOHROS, Moises "Moe"
To be nice is to be friendly.
Colon, R. de P.
Sp. CIb. 4; Sp. Clb. Queen's Court Escort 4;
Track 4


OUTERSON, Gay
best out It is good to be merry and wise,
It is good to be honest and true.
London, England
2, 3, 4 Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School-HR Rep.
ian Ad- 3, 4; SA Sec'y. 4; Newspaper 2; GAA 3, 4;
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Grad. Ush. 3; Assem. Speaker
4; Pep Sq. 3; Cheerleader 1; Cho. 1, 2;
NHS 4


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This year we were upper classmen I
at last, and wanting only the best for
an executive staff, we chose: Cesar
Von Chong, President; Sandy Hinkle, .
Vice-President; and Nina Brown,
Secretary. The year began when Greta
Navarro's ring committee helped us
choose our beautiful ring. Then we
gave the Christmas Formal. How we
worked on that original theme,
"Santa's Workshop"! Jeannette Gau
was our pretty Holly Queen, and it
would never have been a success with-
out Chairman Jane Jennison. The
year was brought to an end when the
Jr.-Sr. Banquet and Prom Committee,
under the direction of Patricia Quinn, .-"
Chairman, gave the largest dance of
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JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Sandy Hinkle, Bobby Zumbado, Bill
Krause, Jim Stevens. Front row: Greta Navarro, Chairman; Ana
Ho, Lois Spencer, Helen Hallax. Camera shy: Judy Brinkley.


CLASS


JR.-SR. BANQUET COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Mike Drennan, Bill Krause, Paul Duran,
Cesar Von Chong. Front row: Ana Ho, Janeth Willoe, Pat Quinn,
Over-all Chairman; Tita Corrigan, Nita Jones. Camera shy: Page
Costello, Chairman; Judy Brinkley.


JUNIOR CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Nita Jones, Charles Hummer, Bobby
Zumbodo, Jack Hammond, Elena Estenoz, Sofia Pashales. Front
row: Greta Navarro, Sara Collinge, Jane Jennison, Chairman;
Lois Spencer, Margaret Tewinkle. Not pictured: Carroll Adams,
Cesar Von Chong, Kay Frangioni, Richard Gau.


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JR.-SR. PROM COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Bobby Zumbado, Tom Ford, Jim Stevens,
Sandy Hinkle, Charles Hummer. Front row: Sadie Williams,
Julieta Arosemena, Lucy Cummings, Pat Quinn, Over-all Chair-
man; Jeannette Gau, Mildred Sandrone. Camera shy: Nina Brown,
Chairman.


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TIM HOTZ, Vice-President


EARL MARTIN, President


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SOP HOMO RES







Although we're not quite there yet,
we have a bright future to look for-
ward to. Our class proved itself out- N
.- standing scholastically, athletically,
and socially. Our President, Earl
Martin, really did his best for us.
Among the committees he chose was
the Sadie Hawkins Dance, at which
. everyone had a sensational time. Win-
ning the Soph-Frosh Frolic for the
second consecutive year really did a
lot for our prestige, too. Our Vice-
President, Tim Hotz, and Secretary,
Angela Lee, were able workers, and
we appreciate everything they did for
us. Yes, we had a fine year, and more r
impIortant we know that our next two
Swill be even more memorable. How
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such as ours!






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SADIE HAWKINS DECORATION COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Jeff Goodin, Bill Brayshaw, Jim Reece.
Front row: Martha Hackett, Joan Hamilton, Dottie Cotton, Chair-
man; Dorothy Sandrone, Janet Stockham, Gladys Harber. Camera
shy: Spike Cody.


CLASS


SADIE HAWKINS ADVERTISEMENT COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Becky Esser, Anita Schneider, Shirley
Harned, Chairman; Gayle Haseman. Front row: Barrie Howard,
Robert Clement, Judy Colby, Tyrone Hammond.


SADIE HAWKINS ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Earl Martin. Bob Connor, Tim Hotz.
Front row: Paula Sullivan, Angela Lee, Chairman; Dixie Lee
Stoudner. Not pictured: Susan Hale, Pat Payne.


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|| ,of the best years of our lives. We
Chose our officers with the satisfac-
tion of knowing it was a job well done.
They were: Carlos Rivas, President;
i Owen Sutherland, Vice-President, and
S" Jim Watson, Secretary. These boys
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capability of holding office when they
chose the Freshman Showcase Com-
mittee with Chairman Janaan Olson.
As the year progressed, we had loads
of fun at the Freshman Picnic.
Thanks, Linda Jacobs, and your con-
mittee for such a wonderful time. We
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FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Diane Jacobs, James Farrell, Herb
Schneider, Mike Kocher, Fred Leslie. Front row: Carol Perantie,
Linda Jacobs, Chairman; Donna Jenkins, Gladys Miller. Not
pictured: Peggy Foiles, John Neece.


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FRESHMAN SHOWCASE COMMITTEE
Left to right, back row: Marcia Musser, Judy Henter, Diane
Jacobs, Janaan Olson, Chairman. Front row: Linda Jacobs, Dick
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Blonde Queen Helen I was the choice of Balboa High School for the annual Valentine Formal. Included in her court were seniors:
Jo Jensen, and Ann Livingston, juniors: Jane Jennison, and Pat Quinn, sophomores: Shirley Ransom, and Sis Brady, and freshmen:
Ann Marsh, and Agnes Brin; the little crown bearer was Jo Marti. They were surely cupid's choice.


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Most Intellectual
ROBERT CAMERON
CAROLINE BREWER


Most Likely to Succeed
BILL MURPHY
PAT DUNNING


Best Dancers
ROLANDO LINARES
JUNE ROWLEY


Most Talented
FRANK LERCHEN
ANN LIVINGSTON


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BRUCE QUINN
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TOM DAVIDSON
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Most Popular
BILL MARTIN
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STUDENT


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Front row, left to right: V. Kam, J. Ray, D. Cotton, P. Foiles, S. Williams, L. Jacobs, C. Brewer, J. Engelke, N. Pasamante.
Second row, left to right: J. Magee, B. Sears, S. Harned, A. Ho, H. H allax, C. Adams, G. Navarro, S. Collinge, S. Hale.
Third row, left to right: C. Rivas, N. Armstrong, O. Sutherland, B. Zumbado, S. Hinkle, E. Jaramillo, K. Lee, B. Glud.
Fourth row, left to right: B. Correll, T. Hammond.



S. A. REPRESENTATIVES


Front row, left to right: D. Fulton, H. Thomas, E. Jenkins, B. Abel, J. Jensen, C. Smith, M. Ely, P. Smith.
Second row, left to right: D. Winklosky, M. Abele, S. Million, R. Btesh, J. Brinkley, M. Kelly, P. Sullivan, J. May, R. Gau, G. Cardona.
Third row, left to right: P. Salas, E. Ho, J. Reece, J. Stevens, H. Schneider, C. Hearon.























Beth Hatchett-Editor, and Sue Curdts-Associate Editor, are looking
over the enlarged pictures for the ZONIAN.


ZONIAN


Some people think there isn't anything to making
a year book. But ask the hard-working ZONIAN staff;
they know differently! The sixth period every day and
many free periods were dedicated to making a better
ZONIAN. You could spot a staff member counting
on his fingers-pictures to be taken, the cover and
title pages to be decided upon, copy to be written, lay-
outs to be made, and last of all but by no means least,
the budget to be met. With all of this in mind, you're
bound to agree that a great deal of thanks is due to the
ZONIAN staff of '54.


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Left to right: Robin Harrison, Ann Nickelson,
Bob Bingham, and Billy Green are getting
ready for the ZONIAN to go to press.


Left to right: Billy Green, Sarah Col-
linge, and Nita Jones are enjoying
themselves by browsing through the
old ZONIANS.


Left to right: Jean Angstadt, Marilynn
Abreu, Helen Thomas, Beth Hatchett, Vir-
ginia Kam, Alice Paxson, and Marian Evans
are busy at work.





















Carole Chase-Editor, and Justin Wong-Associale Ed;,or are looking n' FF
over the old PARRAKEETS. il.
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B. H. S. receive a copy of the school newspaper, the
PARRAKEET. This year's paper has been the newsi-

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B. H.eS. receive a copy of the school newspaper, the


est this school has had in a long while. This is due to f 'fch
the staff's nose for news and dependability. They put Y 'd "
into the PARRAKEET many new ideas, twists, man- llom,
ners, news events, social activities and scholastic ac-
tivities, which made it more interesting. The PARRA-
KEET staff has a long record of achievement, having t
won the George H. Gallup Award for live consecu-
tive years. To this staff who add so much to B. H. S. N
we offer our thanks. ho,, i ,
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Those who help put up the PARRA-
Left to right: Carole Chase is busily talking KEET DAILY are left to right: Judy Watching Caroline Brewer at the typewriter
to Mary Surine, Evelyn Molyneaux, and Bob Lindsay, Caroline Brewer, Jim Max- are left to right: Andy Mulligan, Allen
Correll. well, and Helen Tilley. Candanedo, and Judy Lindsay.

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Balboa High School ROTC farewell review for Colonel Richardson Selee, Civil Affairs Director, Balboa, October 14, 1953.



BATTALION! PASS IN REVIEW


These often repeated words will long be remembered by Balboa ROTC cadets.
These very words started the many reviews in which the companies performed excel-
lently. High ranking military and civilian officials have served as inspecting officials
of the corps. They have complimented the corps and the "Drill Team."









BATTALION STAFF
Left to Right: Bruce Quinn,
Andy Mulligan, Bill Murphey.
Front: Paul Smith, battalion
commander.




COMPANY A STAFF
Left to Right: Alice Paxson,
sponsor; Oriel Guerrini, com-
pany commander; Bob Cam-
eron, guidon bearer.


COMPANY B STAFF
Left to Right: Josie DiBella,
sponsor; Ed Tinker, company
commander; Felix Figueroa,
guidon bearer.




COMPANY C STAFF
Left to Right: Connie Glass-
burn, sponsor; Bob Correll,
company commander; David
Ellis, guidon bearer.



















The fifth period band class seems to be working very hard.


BAND

This year the music department has developed
into one of the most highly organized units in
B. H. S.

Three bands have shared the responsibilities
formerly assigned one group. The 60 piece con-
cert band put on the half-time shows at our foot-
ball games, along with their regular concert as-
signments. The varsity band, a group of 28
selected students, played for most of our basket-
ball games. Dixieland music, German music and
general bally-hoo were the musical contributions
of the German band, a five piece group which
performed for various functions.


Our very own
(Anton) Carden
The nifty and nice flag twirlers for the year
were Greta Navarro, Jane Jennison, and
Judy Lindsay.


Those top-notch performers; Gloria Morton, Dick Grossau,
and Jeannine Kleasner.


German Band with Steve (Fritz) Park, Mr. (Aloysius) Herr, Charles
,Jim (Heinrich) Reece, and Dave (Josef) Otten.


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CHORUS and


ORCHESTRA
Chorus reached new heights in choral in-
terpretation through a broader program,
more concert appearances and a more select
group. The Christmas program will never
be forgotten. The "Freedom's Song" and
the annual Spring Concert attracted throngs
of enthusiastic music lovers.
Fuller instrumentation, improved musi-
cians and enthusiasm have produced a
flexible orchestra whose repertoire includes
such classics as Hagdus "Surprise Sym-
phony," and the "Prayer" from Humpu-
dinks "Hansel and Gretel." Their talents
combined with the Chorus produced selec-
tions on the Spring Concert that inspired
the acclaim of the entire audience.











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Carroll Adams looks like a dream in her midnight
blue net gown, sprinkled with rhinestones.
Are these our girls? Fresh as daisies, Sally Banton,
Carolyn Pence, and Kathleen Steiner surely do
leave us in the clouds.
One of Panama's sweethearts, Hilda Nufiez.
Well, hello to you, too! Don't Carlene Clark and
Colleen Barnett look delicious to you in their
peasant dresses?
Looking like a picture out of VOGUE magazine,
Ann Livingston takes our breath away in her
afternoon dress.










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Bound for the States, Kitty Lone and Mahzi
Siegel look very stylish in the;i corduroy
fall outfits.
Pasionaria Navarrete looks like a charming
pixie in her lovely afternoon dress, with hat,
gloves, and shoes to match.
Suited for Paris is this demure BHS'er,
Sally Kaplan.
"Check" Ginger Espiau, dressed for that
sporting date.


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Reigning over the celebration of carnival was Queen Carmen I, and her court:
(l-r) Rolando Linares, Mercedes Sole (freshman), Elenita Estenoz (junior), Fernando
Alegre, Simon Faygenbaum, Carmen Lasso (senior), Jo Marti, 1M..,I- Yohros, Kurt
Menzel, Blanquita McNatt (senior), Pasionaria Navarrete (sophomore), and Richard
Carratini. Each added a sparkle to our little carnival.


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In November, the Bal-
boa Little Theater staged
its first production of the
year, s'ih u.d ,I at Saw-
tooth." The recent sabo-
tage of airplanes has Slim
(Bruce Orvis) quite wor-
ried. Tension mounts as
Annie Little Pony (Connie
Glassburn) receives money
from the unknown culprit;
Martha Ward (Carroll
Adams) loses faith in her
ne'er do well boyfriend,
Ben Lawrence (Bruce
Quinn); and two Captain
Cartwrights (John Butler
and Kirk Tibbetts), Elmira
Mabee (Shirley Nfillihin),
Lulu Hugger (Ann Nickel-
son), and Mr. Tuttle (John
Smith) all add to the com-
plex situation; however, all
ends well when Ben catches
the culprit, Lulu TIIHiu. I.











































CLUB SPONSORS
Left to right: Mr. Fischer-Philatelic Club and Chemistry Laboratory Assistants, Mr. Oliver-Spanish Club, Mrs. Graham-Math Club,
Miss Whitman-National Honor Society, Miss Potter-Girls' Athletic Association and Referees Club, Mr. Hukill-Ushers Club, and Mr.
Hummel-Chess Club. Kneeling: Coach Fawcett-Lettermen.


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First row, left to right: Andy Mulligan, Sue Curdts, Pat Dunning-
President, Carole Chase, and Caroline Brewer.
Second row, left to right: Evelyn Molyneaux, Connie Glassburn,
Virginia Kam, Jean Angstadt-Secretary, Maria Vigna, and Alice
Paxson.
Third row, left to right: Bob Cameron, Bob Brayshaw, and Justin
Wong.
Not pictured: David Otten-Vice-President.


QUILL AND SCROLL AND N.S.P.A.
Kneeling, left to right: Andy Mulligan, Evelyn Molyneaux, and
Betty Flatau.
Standing, left to right: Justin Wong, Caroline Brewer, Sue Curdts,
Beth Hatchett, Pat Dunning, and Bruce Quinn.










































ZONIAN AD SELLERS
First row, left to right: Virginia Kam, Maria Vigna, Betty Flatau, Jean Angstadt-Business Manager, Lois Spencer, Margaret Tewinkle,
and Gabriel Arias.
Second row, left to right: Dan Gressang, Judy Rogers, Ernestine Evans, Ana Ho, Marilynn Abreu-Assistant Manager, and Robin Harrison.



PARRAKEET AD SELLERS
Front row, left to right: Juan Blau, Larry Saal, Bob Brayshaw, and Bill Brayshaw.
Back row, left to right: Carmen Lasso, Sandra Turner, Ida Strauss, Estherlee Harkleroad, Edna Jenkins, Judy Ray, and Caroline Pence.







































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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Left to right: Orlanda Cruz, Edna Jenkins, Anne Magee, Nina Brown, Frances Dillon, Angela Lee, Pat Quinn, Roma Levy, and Etilvia
Arjona. Not pictured: Teonilda Larrinaga.


LETTERMEN
Kneeling, left to right: Bruce Orvis, Kirk Tibbetts, Larry Keene, Curt Jeffries, Bob Connors, Bob Zumbado, Donald Huff, and Lambert
Mantovani.
First row, left to right: Joe Cicero, Harold Sorrell, Cesar Von Chong, Edgar Jaramillo, Jack Corrigan, Alson Sears, and Bob Glud.
Second row, left to right: Charles Morris, Tom Davidson, Bob Bingham, Bill Krause, Charles Hummer, Al Blackall, Bill Martin, Abdiel
Flynn, Herb Raybourne, Jim May, Dan Gressang, Bill Campbell, and Jim Fulton.







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SPANISH CLUB COMMITTEES CARNIVAL DANCE AND
3RD. OF NOVEMBER ASSEMBLY
First row, left to right: Virginia Kam, Elena Estenoz, Jean Angstadt, Betty Flatau, Sue Curdts, Gloria Morton, Sonia
mena, Odilia Winberg, Jane Jennison-Vice-President, Frances Brandl, Peggy Donnovan, and Tilcia Femenias.
Second row, left to right: Rolando Linares, Alson Sears-Treasurer, Paul Smith-President, and Ivan Page.
Not pictured: Carmen Lasso-Secretary.


MATH CLUB
Kneeling, left to right: Bill Ladd, Marie Eberns, Hallie Glenn, Susan Buchanan, Maria Vigna,
ser, Brenda Cunningham, and John Smith.
Standing, left to right: Michael Lopez, Bill Murphey-President, Jannan Olson, Perla Esquerra,
ginia Cunningham, Juanita Jones, Greta Navarro, Judy Brinkley, and Cesar Von Chong.
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Judy Engelke, Helen Tilley, Marcia Mus-

Diane Jacobs, Joan Degenaar, Mary Vir-
Not pictued: Carroll Adams-Secretary.



























Front row, left to right: Bill Greene, Lucy Dubois, Rose Btesh, Claudette Toussieh, Yvette Amar, Billy Sears, Richard Wright, Virginia Kam,
Helen Hallax, lieana Angulo, and Leopoldo Arosemena.
Second row, left to right: Albert Calvo, Fred Smith, Pedro Choluja, John Maduro, Cesar Von Chong-President, Carmen Lasso, Maria
Vigna, Ana Ho-Secretary, Sofia Pashales, Richard Carratini, Enrique Ho, Herbert Norton, and Chris Hearon.


PHILATELIC CLUB
First row, left to right: Adela Rosenzweig, Janeth Vinton-Secre-
tary, Fred Smith-President, Shirley Harned-Vice-President, and
Janaan Olson.
Second row, left to right: Linda Robinson, Nadine Halbrook, Mar-
ilyn Kelly, Raquel Pinzon, and Hallie Glenn.
Third row, left to right: Joe Garos, Albert Calvo, Leopoldo Arose-
mena, and Phil Goodman.
Fourth row, left to right: John Stucchio, Jose Barr, Charles Hand,
John Kaska, and James Wood.


RADIO CLUB
Front row, left to right: Winter Hope, Robert Chan, Joe Garos,
Vincent Esquerra, Charles Hand, and Bill Murphey.
Second row, left to right: Bill Ladd, Bill Bailey, Aldrich Lowe,
Cornelius Garcia, and Thomas Hsu.











PROJECTION CLUB
First row, left to right: Caroline Pence and Stella Gonzalez.
Second row, left to right: Bill Ladd and Bill Bailey.
Third row, left to right: Vincent Esquerra and Aldrich Lowe.
Fourth row, left to right: Gabriel Arias, David Ellis, and Thomas
Hsu.


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Left to right: Helen Thomas, Joan Read, Ida Strauss, Rachel
Trapnell, Janeth Willoe, and Eugenia Espiau.


OFFICE ASSISTANTS
F.. i : I t, i: ,, Fi- Glad,i Kaulfmon Raquel Pinzon Elaine
Prill. Angy Mana'sak;s Judy Jensen. Brenda Cunningham. Blan
quila McNafit 'irgrnia Di Bella Fiancica Prieto, Maria V;gna.
and Nancy Gill
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,,ited. l.Wl r. ri.gh Rebecca Able. Caroline Pence, and Sheila
Curling.
Standing, left to right: Doris Blakely, Adela Rosenzweig, Vilma
Lopez, and Adele Meissner.








LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
Front row, left to right: Elaine Greene, Cecilia Plicet, Zoila Alicea, Laura Sanders, and Sheila Paterson.
Second row, left to right: Sheilo Bingham, Mary Lou Dailey, Anne Marsh, Eileen Kirchner, and Penny Pennington.
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USHERS CLUB
First row, left to right: Carmen Martin, Ligia Sanchez, Odilia Winberg, Ernestina Evans, Catherine Ott, Angy Manassakis, Joan Hamilton,
Emily Wilkinson, and Angela Valentine.
Second row, left to right: Judy Rogers, Maria Vigna, Ida Strauss, Gladys Kauffman, Phyllis Phillips, Mary Siegel, Janet Medler, Kitty
Lowe, and Nancy Gill.
Third row, left to right: Etilvia Arjona, Carmen Lasso, Camille Ellis, Stella Gonzalez, Margaret Mai-Woodcock, Sadie Williams, Colleen
Barnett, Emily Riley, and Elaine Prill.
Fourth row, left to right: Caroline Pence, Pat Dodson, Glenda Lee, Judy Hoopes, Margaret Zent, Alice Le Blanc, Juanelle Henderson, and
Virginia Kam.





CHEMISTRY LABORATORY ASSISTANTS
4A Left to right: Virginia Fulton, Caroline Brewer, Jane Jennison,
Fred Smith, and Bill Greene.


PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP
Left to right: Cleveland Soper, Tom Smith, and David Otten.



REFEREES CLUB
First row: Edna Jenkins.
Second row, left to right: Nancy Gill, Pat Steiner, Ann Magee,
Shirley Million, and Carrie Miller.
Third row, left to right: Kitty Lowe, Nina Brown, June Barlow,
Niza Pasamante, and Orlanda Cruz.
Fourth row, left to right: Teonildo Larrinage, Judy Colby, Hallie
Glenn, Caroline Curtis, and Gayle Hasemann.












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red, red
While, while,
white, white
Team, team,
team, team
Fight, fight,
fight, fight


Beat 'em Balboa, beat 'em
Beat 'em Balboa, beat 'em
Beat 'em fair, beat 'em square
Beat 'em Balboa, beat 'em


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Toot your horn
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Come on Balboa
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Clap your hands
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Get in the rhythm
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BILL KRAUSE
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HERB RAYBOURNE
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JERRY ROBNETT
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DAN GRESSANG
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KIRK TIBBETTS
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BOB BINGHAM
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TOM DAVIDSON
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DON HUFF
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CHARLES HUMMER
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CHARLIE MORRIS
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Front row, left to right: Ed Scott, Bruce Orvis, Kirk Tibbetts, Harold Sorrell, Larry Keene, Bill Campbell, Cesar Von Chong, Herb Ray-
bourne, Tom Davidson. Second row: Don Huff, Jim Fulton, Bob Bingham, Bill Kommenich, Jack Corrigan, Jack Hammond, Spike Cody.
Third row: Jeff Goodin, Dorman Fulton, Bob Fearon, Henry Turlington, Robert Roche, Jerry Robnett, Bill Krause, Al Blackall. Fourth
row: Stewart Bush, Charlie Morris, Louis Charles, Bob Glud, Joe Cicero, Bill Martin, Charles Hummer, Jim Selby. Fifth row: Curt Jef-
fries, Harold McCarrick, Alvaro Starbird, Lee Rigby, Isaac Perez, David Hillard, Tom Hale, Jim May, Owen Sutherland. Managers: Bruce
Quinn, David Yerkes, Danny Eggleston, Burton Mead.


FOOTBALL


TEAM


The 1953 Balboa Bulldogs completed their season very successfully by win-
ning four, tying one, and losing one.
Under the direction of Coach Fawcett, who started the season with six letter-
men and ended it with twenty-two, these boys fought hard and displayed good
sportsmanship.
The Bulldogs had three players who made all Zone. They were: Jim May,
half-back, who also was selected honorary team captain; Tom Davidson, end;
and Jim Fulton, tackle.


BOX SCORE
Balboa .-......32 Athletic Club .. 0
Balboa .......... 6 Cristobal ........ 0
Balboa .......... 0 Junior College 0
Balboa ..........26 Athletic Club .. 0
Balboa .......... 8 Cristobal ........ 0
Balboa .......... 0 Junior College 14


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Left to Right: First: Dick Angstadt, Ken Morris, Jim Carlin, Dorman Fulton, Spike Cody; Second: Roy Bacot, Jack Winklosky; Third:
John Magee, Jim Selby, Tim Hotz, Owen Sutherland; Fourth: Bob Wills, Bob Fearon, Ed Kirchmier, manager.




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CHAMP


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The Balboa High School baseball team had a very successful season, win-
ning five and losing one, which gave them the Interscholastic Championship.
They also took the Twi-light League Championship. Coach Brown can well
be proud of his team.

L. to R., First Row: William Hinkle, Herb Raybourne, Ed Napoleon, Ed Scott, Jeff Goodwin, Jack Hammond, Pedro Salas. Second Row:
Coach Brown, Joe Cicero, Lou Charles, Manuel Rivera, Bill Martin, Jim May, Raymond Reyes, Lambert Mentovani.
















JIM MAY
Center Field


BILL MARTIN
Right Field


ED NAPOLEON
Left Field




























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LOU CHARLES
Pitcher


RAYMOND REYES
First Base


HERB RAYBOURNE
Catcher


Mr. Esser throws out the first
pitch of the season.


Ed Tinker gets a hit.


CK HAMMOND
Second Base


ED SCOTT
Short Stop























JIM FULTON THROWS THE SHOT CURT JEFFRIES SETS A NEW RECORD


TRACK CHAMPIONS


CAMPBELL COCKS BACK WITH THE DISCUS


BRUCE ORVIS GOES OVER THE HURDLES


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CRITCH THROWS FOR BALBOA


MANTOVANI GOING OVER


BLACKALL STRETCHES FOR THE TAPE


KEENE IN THE BROAD JUMP


ZUMBADO GETS HANDOFF FROM KEENE


THERE THEY GO IN THE 880


STEVENS COMES IN ON THE 440


ORVIS WITH HIS WINGS


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COACH ZEMER


BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM-1 to r: Bob Connor, Sam Beckley, Edgar Jaramillo, Joe
Blackburn, and Dave Otten.


SWIMMING
As the ZONIAN goes to press, the B.H.S. swimming team as
yet has not been chosen. From the swimming meets which have
been held so far, Coach Zemer will have no trouble in choosing an
excellent team.
The water ballet was new this year. Under the coaching of Mrs.
Tiiiirip gi. this team performed for us several times.


GIRLS' WATER BALLET TEAM-Back Row: S. Ransom, J. Crosby, I. Straus, J. Sorrell,
J. Rowley, and M. Curies. Front Row: C. Glassburn, B. J. Oglesby, J. Engelke, M.
Eberenz, and J. Jensen.


MRS. TRIMBERGER
Water Ballet Coach




















ANNE MAGEE
Senior


SPORTSWOMEN OF '53-'54

This year's sportswomen were chosen by Miss
Dorothy Potter for their sportsmanship and ability
in volleyball, softball, and basketball. Along with an
interview, their pictures have appeared in the issues
of the Parrakeet monthly. Congratulations are in
order to these Junior and Senior girls for their won-
derful sports abilities.


EDNA JENKINS
Senior


FRANCES DILLON
Junior


ALICE PAXSON
Senior






















A LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS-Back Row: J. Barlow, T.
Corrigan, N. Brown, T. Larrinaga, C. Ellis, L. Wagner, S. Col-
linge, E. Riley. Front Row: P. Quinn, R. Levy, E. Jenkins, P. Sul-
livan, Manager, A. Magee, F. Dillon, L. Malone.



The 1953-54 Volleyball season came to a close
with both A League and B League All-Stars finishing
in second place. We are very proud of our two teams
for doing so well, and we extend our thanks to Miss
D. Potter who did such a wonderful job of coaching.


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B LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL-STARS-Back Row: J. Jensen,
G. Miller, C. Martinez, M. Sandrone, N. Gill, A. Davidson.
Front Row: O. Cruz, N. Pasamante, E. Arjona, E. Altuna,
J. Engelke. Not pictured: E. Estenoz.


A LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL CAPTAINS-S. Curdts, C. Ellis,
S. Collinge, B. Hatchett, and P. Quinn. Not pictured:
J. Hoopes, S. Curling, K. Lowe, and M. Evans.




VOLLEYBALL

B LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL CAPTAINS-A. Mulligan, A. Paxson, O.
Cruz, B. Flatau, M. Sandrone, and J. May. Not Pictured: C.
Glassburn, J. Engelke, G. McGriff, D. Cotton, and C. Martinez.
























RETURNING B LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Back Row: P. Quinn, L. Wag-
,. ner, D. Crowell, P. Sullivan, A. Paxson, P. Steiner. Front Row:
. .... R. Levy, E. Arjona, A. Lee, D. Cotton. Those who have moved
i up into the A League are: P. Quinn, L. Wagner, R. Levy, D.
S Crowell, P. Sullivan.


SThe intramural BASKETBALL season began
rather early this year. The games were started in
the middle of January and ran until the middle of
March. Many girls signed up in both leagues; the
enthusiasm shown was great.
Since the Zonian went to press before the All-
Stars were announced, their pictures cannot appear.
Instead we have the returning All-Stars in both
leagues. Just by looking at these and watching the
girls in action, Miss Potter will have no trouble in
choosing excellent teams.



RETURNING A LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Bock Row: F. Dillon,
T. Larrinaga, S. Collinge, L. Cummings. Front Row: Miss
Potter, Coach, A. Magee. Not Pictured: E. Riley, E.
Jenkins.

A LEAGUE BASKETBALL CAPTAINS-P. Sullivan, A. Ma-
gee, E. Jenkins, B. Fears. Not Pictured: T. Larrinaga, F.
Dillon, J. Hummer.






B LEAGUE BASKETBALL CAPTAINS-Back Row: P. Morton, C.
Orr, A. Lee, P. Steiner. Front Row: N. Pasmante, M. Sandrne,
E. Arjona. Not Pictured: A. Davidson, S. Correll.