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Publication Date: 1956
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    Front Matter
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    Title Page
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    Dedication
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    Foreword
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    Frontispiece
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The buccaneers sailed on the open seas seek-
Cartoons by ing riches and pleasures. May the class of '56
George Harris keep the fighting spirit and undaunted courage
of the buccaneer; add the ideals and knowledge
gained here, and find real treasures on the un-
charted seas of life.


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BALBOA
BALBOA,


HIGH SCHOOL
CANAL ZONE


Editor-PEGGY DONOVAN
Associate Editor-JANETH VINTON
Business Manager-JANET STOCKHAM
Faculty Advisor-MISS HAZEL MATTHEWS
Financial Advisor-MR. JACQUES COOK


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DEDICATION

We, the 1956 Zonian staff, dedicate this yearbook as a small token of our love and appre-
ciation to you, Mr. David A. Speir, Jr.
For your willing contribution of time, effort, and energy in making our Student Association
the strong and efficient organization it is . .
For your calm manner in the turmoil of high school problems ...
For your warm humor that adds spice to the dreary day . .
For just being yourself we say, "Thanks a million, Mr. Speir."






FOREWORD


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NAVIGATORS . .
BUCCANEERS . .
TREASURE ISLAND .
DECK HANDS . .
SMOOTH SAILING .
DUELING BULLDOGS
STUDENT LIFE .


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. . . Page 115


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Balboa High School is not just a building, a group
of students, a faculty it is all this and much,
much more. In the last four years it has offered
us countless opportunities; a chance to plan for the
future, to develop warm and enduring friendships,
and to learn by doing. Here, we learned to take in
our stride the good and the bad, the losses and
the gains. We have attained more than the mere
methodical knowledge contained in books, although
that is by no means the least important of our
efforts; we have advanced along the road to the
future, be it pleasant or unpleasant.

Whether we were darting down a crowded hall,
participating in a club discussion or preparing for
our most difficult exam, we have had a feeling
during the years that we belong here at B. H. S.
When our team was on the field, when our cheer-
leaders yelled and urged us to yell, we knew it was
for us, the students at B. H. S. All this plus the
little everyday things such as the slam of a locker,
the roar of an airplane overhead, the shuffle of
feet down a deserted hall late again, the dripping
hair from swimming class, the crowd meeting at
the clubby for a Coke, these we have tried to cap-
ture just once more in the 1956 ZONIAN. Before
we close our books and leave this year behind, look-
ing forward to our personal goals far more enticing
than any ever dreamed of by the pirates ravaging
Panama, come look once more at 1956.






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PRINCIPAL
MR. T. F. HOTZ, M.A.
Ohio State University


COUNSELORS AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS
L. to r.: MISS M. C. WEIR, M.A., Columbia U., Girls' Adviser, biology, clinic
adviser; MR. F. A. CASTLES, M.Ed., Boston U., Assistant Principal; MR. H. J.
ZIERTEN, B.S., Bradley U., Boys' Adviser, Assistant Principal.


SCHOOL NURSE
MRS. E. FORBES, R.N.
Bradford Hosp. Training School for Nurses.


OFFICE STAFF
MRS. M. TAYLOR, B.S., Syracuse U.
MRS. M. LERCHEN


LIBRARIAN
MISS K. CLARK, M.A.
New York U.


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MAIN SPONSORS

L. to r.: MR. L. D. HUMMEL,
Senior Class ass't. sponsor; MR.
A. B. WARD, Senior Class spon-
sor; MR. D. A. SPEIR, JR., S.A.
sponsor; MR. R. JEFFREY,
Freshman Class sponsor; MR.
G. CASE, French Class sponsor;
MR. S. BARKOWITZ, Sopho-
more Class sponsor. Not shown:
MR. D. MYERS, Junior Class
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Front, I. to r.: MR. R. ANDERSON, M.A., Iowa State U.; MISS M. LUND, B.S., Okla. College for Women; MISS D. PETER, B.S.,
Fla. State U., Cheerleader and. Pep Club sponsor. Back: MR. JOHN FAWCETT, M.A., San Diego State College, Lettermen's Club
sponsor; MR. W. MIKULICH, M.A., U. of Iowa, Health and Phys. Ed.; MISS D. STUEBE, B.S., Ind. State Teachers College, Health
and Phys. Ed.; MR. P. KARST, A.B., U. of N. Carolina; MR. J. PETTINGILL, M.A., U. of Notre Dame.


PRACTICAL ARTS
L. to r.: MR. J. ELLIOTT, M.Ed., U of Nebr., shop, general
math., Radio Club sponsor; MR. C. F. ANDERSON, M.S., Kan.
State Teachers' College, drafting, Camera Activities sponsor;
MISS E. MONROE, M.S., Columbia U., Household Arts; MR.
P. R. KUYOTH, B.S., Bradley U., woodworking, driver training,
staging and lighting.


ENGLISH
Left row, front to back: MISS
M. STINDT, M.A., U. of Mich.,
history, English, Debate Club
sponsor; MISS M. WHITMAN,
M.A., Northwestern U., N.H.S.
sponsor; MRS. E. DRISCOLL,
MA., U. of Tex. Right row:
MISS M. BRIGHAM, M.A., Co- t
lumbia U., "Parrakeet" sponsor;
MISS H. MATTHEWS, M.A.,
George Peabody College for
Teachers, "Zonian" sponsor;
MR. C. VOSBURGH, M.A., Co-
lumbia U., U.N. Club sponsor.
Not shown: MR. S. TURBYFILL,
M.A., U. of Okla.


FINE ARTS
L. to r.: MR. V. A. HERR, M.A., Columbia U., Bond, Orch.,
Cho.; MRS. J. A. KARCH, B.Ed., U.C.L.A., Art, Ad. Comm. spon-
sor; MR. D. MUSSELMAN, M.A., U. of Chic., speech, drama,
Span., Drama Club sponsor.








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COMMERCIAL
L. to r.: MRS. M. WARD, M.A., U. of Nebr., S.A. treasurer;
MRS. M. JOURNEAY, M.A., New York U., Future Nurses of
America Club sponsor; MR. H. DIPPRE, M.A., U. of S. Cal.,
ass't. sponsor, Ushers' Club.


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MATHEMATICS
L. to r.: MR. L. D. HUMMEL, M.A., Duquesne U., Chess Club
sponsor; MR. J. COOK, M.Ed., Ohio State U., publications
financial adviser; MR. E. W. HATCHETT, M.A., Columbia U.;
MISS N. HERKLOTZ, M.A., Columbia U., Future Teachers of
America sponsor. Not shown: MRS. F. GRAHAM, M.A., Colum-
bia U., Display Committee and Math Club sponsor.
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SCIENCE
MR. W. FISCHER, M.A., Columbia U., Stamp Club sponsor;
MR. F. HUKILL, M.A:, U. of Ky., Uushers Club sponsor; MR. D.
MYERS, M.A., Wash. State College, also algebra.; MR. J. SEA-
QUIST, Ph.B., U. of Wis., Astronomy Club sponsor. Out on a
field trip: MR. G. LEE, M.A., Columbia U.


SOCIAL STUDIES
L. to r.: MR. F. DeGEER, M.A., U. of Tex.; MR. R. JEFFREY,
M.A., U. of Ariz.; MR. D. SPEIR, JR., M.Ed., U. of Fla.


FOREIGN LANGUAGES
L. to r.: MISS C. AYCOCK, M.A., Columbia U., Spanish Club
sponsor; MISS N. JOHNSON, M.A., Duke U., Bridge Club spon-
sor; MR. S. BARKOWITZ, M.A., Middlebury College, also Eng.;
MR. A. B. WARD, M.A., U. of Nebr. Not shown: MRS. R. SILL,
B.A., Wellesley College.


R.O.T.C.
Front, i. to r.: CAPT. W. J. LOBER, JR., PMS & T; 1ST LT.
C. WHEELER, Ass't. PMS & T. Back: SFC G. BOLTON, Sgt.
Major; M SGT. J. WALLACE, Instructor; M SGT. E. ED-
WARDS, Supply Sgt.; M/SGT. G. RODGERS, Instructor.




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Seniors


Of 1956


FIRST ROW, I to r : K Wheeler. J Curtis. M Martinez, R Briceno M Curtis. B Thrift V Reinhardt. J Sorrell. J Azrol
P Sullivan, L Malone, R Estrado D Salis. H Nunez, A Martinez. D Kosan. I Oramos. J Crosby A Howard A Valentine, C Sm.-1.
Horned, J Euper. S Laodlow. M Witkin W Brown. T Holt, 5 M.Iloni E Rothman J Jensen M Pinzon, A Ells. E W.lkin,r
steen, L Urrulia, J Slockham, D Angstadt J Vinton. F Cla,oomb, D Carton E Scott. A La.rie J Selby. A Sprague J Hannigo.
M de la Guardio, S Brady. A Lee, L Roger, J Perantie, A Schncider. G Hasemann. B Apster D Rentfrow J Jenkins J Cice,
G. Mann, M Nahmad. B Esser. R Carottini. A Col.o, D Staples. D Fulton B Hotchert. D Washburn V Paoge J McNall R M,
ford, J. Kroemer, J Brssetl, B Lopez. S Hodges B Leons. B Black, B Lockaob. R Sellers. J Reece H Cody. V Broan. R Hen,,
L Pabon, M Rodriguez. P Moolchan, F Roberts, D Richter. C Bright, A Estradaberg R Leisy. E Kirchmier. D Tucker. D Egglestou,

FRESHMAN YEAR

4, 1952 . The Beginning'
6 -..... Ed Scott elected Freshman Class president. Richard Carattini becomes v.ce president and Becky Esser
chosen secretary
3 - - Jamborce ushers in football season.
S . . Class of '56 becomes first Freshman Class ever to win Frosh-Soph Frolic.
7 . . First high school report cards' First high school "F"'
1 .- .. Angela Lee reigns as "Jeans Queen" at Freshman Dance
8 . . BHS defeated Lake Worth. Flo, to cap Islhmian Bowl title
2 . . Why do I have my hair sel' Holy cow! Tonight's the Christmas Formal'
3, 1953 .- .. First semester ends Only 31t years left'
8 . . Oh, that hilarious Freshman Picnic' It was even worth the mosquitoes.
2 .- - . The dreaded recollection of that first final eaom'
3 - - The end of that unforgettable "Fresh" year.



SOPHOMORE YEAR
3 . The day we became the upper of the upperclassmen.
15 . - Earl Martin chosen Soph. prey with Tim Hotz backing him up as veep and Angela Lee as secretary.
4 t- - The Football season's ended and anyway, not even the best can win always.
3, 1954 - - Dear Mr President, could you please extend Christmas vacation) Class of '56.
4 .- - Balboa Relays held with Sis Brady as queen.
2 3 whole months of freedom!


P Nowarrete M Cunningham P Acker K Sterner J Henderson D Blohm R Strickland I Straus, E Rlev, D Monroe, S Ransom,
C K.Iber M Naudri C Ellis. M Sho., A Keller A Doaidson SECOND ROW' B Cao.lord M Osequeda, P Hattler L SonIon, S
F Brandl F Thampson M Price M El, D Stoudnar J KIasnc, D Honnogon P Donoa.n S Hammond, B Little. C Sharpen.
M De la Lostra L Tare C Smith. M Cleic, P Wade K Roan. D Angulo A Hcalh, S Mendoza, A Gaud.ano THIRD ROW
M Brandon E Arjona J Ebbs J Stucchlo. F Neuman. B Harned A Dube B Boert D Hart. R Moreno. N Harmon. J. Bettsak,
Gorr R D.llon B Sheridan M Sodlcr H Sorrell G Kaulmann C Pl.cet C Morris. B Coffey FOURTH ROW- R Hummer, B Win.
quez A Lowe, R E.senmann J Clemmons R Rees G D.Bcllo J Reynolds. C Orr, H Ehrman J Des Londes, E Ho. J Maduro.
A Jones B Cannot. J Magee


SEPT 9
OCT 2


JUNIOR YEAR
Upperclissmen at loas'
Tim Hotz .wor n at Inaugural.on Dance as Junior Clas president Jay Clemmons lakes o ws as vice
pliildenl Janet Slockhim made secretary
..... After 4 annual Irc demonstrations we d better know how to use o lire eltinguisher!
.. Ginny D.Billo Snowtlake Queen a our eltra special Chrstmos Formal
Long o-rited Junior rings arrie
1'55 .. So who needi Ihe fankees' We se got a champion baseball eaom right here in BHS
SFirst of our class initiated as Naoional Honor Soccity members
AngEla Lee makes a hillbills hit as Doi'n Mae at our o-n Sadie Haok.ns Dance
I girl in normal I boy in tul I Jr Sr Prom one of the best times in BHS
SNoa -e know why the upperclaismen always roae obout the Jr .Sr Banquet.
Dick Angriadi elected as 1955 56 Student Associanon precdcnt
Las do, of School'
FNIfR YFAR


SEPT 9 ... .We re finally, Seniors'
SEPT 23 BHS bngs home Jamboree trophy
SEPT 30 .. Our officers for this all important year chosen Ken Wheeler, president. Richard Carattini, vice president;
Dottie Collon, secretary
NOV 4 .Our fighting Bulldogs emerge unbeaten from loorball season'
NOV 10 .. Football Dance Queen Jo Anne Surrell escorted to throne by her brother. Harold Sorrell, Balboa's honorary
ream captain
DEC 9 .. Thai s no atomic submarine, but another C Z slwmmrng record
JAN 10 1956 Remember those aptitude teits designed to fit square pegs rno square holes'
JAN 13 So who needs the Yankees' Our BHS Team could ecen beat them'i'i
FEB .I Sis Brad, crowned as lowely Queen of Hearls at Valentine Formal
MAR 23 . Balboa Relays held with Shirle Ransom as BHS Track Queen
APRIL 20 ... How apppriale can any theme get' Moments to Remember series as tribute to Sr. Class at Junior.
Senior Banquet
MAY 4 . Gee whiz' Nobody elcs has to come home THAT earl, the night of Jr .Sr. Prom'
MAY 21 Seniors enter the building FIRST as Senior Week begins in lull spring
MAY 23 .. Awards Day Assembly and last R 0 T.C review held in Seniors' honor
JUNE 3 The impressive Baccalaureate Service
JUNE 5 . Wanted I time machine Reason: To relive post 4 years
JUNE 7. 1956 ..... 8 00 pm 'Papers are in, the books are read we turn our eyes to the dreams ahead "
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SENIOR PICTURES: 1st row, I. to r.: P. Navarrete, V.
Reinhardt, J. Jensen, M. Ely. 2nd row: D. Kosan, M.
Martinez, G. Di Bella, M. Sadler, M. Curtis.


KENNETH WHEELER
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RICHARD CARATTINI
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SENIOR WEEK: 1st row, I. to r.: S. Horned, A. Martinez,
L. Tate, P. Sullivan, S. Ransom. 2nd row: E. Kirchmier,
M. Rodriguez, J. Clemmons. Not pictured: J. Colby,
B. Crawford.


SENIOR RINGS: I. to r.: P. Donovan, D. Rentfrow, D. Hart, J.
Henderson, J. Maduro.


SWEETHEART SWING COMMITTEE: 1st row, I. to r.: B. Little, M.
Hackett, M. A. Price, J. A. Sorrell, G. Mann, C. Orr, D. Hannigan.
2nd row: M. Nahmad, J. Reece, W. Brown, J. Reynolds, T. Hotz, J.
Ebbs. Not pictured: R. Briceno, P. Hattler, J. Selby.


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CAP AND GOWNS AND SENIOR GROUP PICTURES:
I. to r.: J. Perontie, D. Staples, A. Davidson, F. Brandl,
I. Straus, C. Ellis, S. Laidlaw. Not pictured: D. Eggleston,
L. Sanson.


MR. L. D. HUMMEL
Ass't. Class Sponsor


SENIOR PARTY: 1st row, I. to r.: H. Cody, A. Howard,
S. Hodges, M. Nahmad. 2nd row: B. Lockaby, E. Ho,
A. Lowe, B. Apster. Not pictured: B. Boyett.


CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS: 1st row, I. to r.: L. Rager,
R. Dillon, G. Hosemonn, J. Vinton. 2nd row: D. L. Stoudnor,
J. Kleasner, E. Rathman. 3rd row: M. Cleve, V. Paige, R. A.
McGarr, J. Schneider.

SENIOR GIFT: 1st row, I. to r.: D. Richter, E. Scott.
2nd row: A. Manassakis, M. V. Cunningham, M. Witkin.








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Senior Directory


MARGARET LOUISE ACKER
"Peggy"
Escanaba, Michigan
"The smile on her face is but a reflection of the 1. in
her heart."
NHS Usher 4; Cam. Club 1; Usher Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2;
Art Comm. 4; VB 1,2,3; SB 1; BkB 2; Chorus 4; Clinic Assist. 4.
RICHARD WALTER ANGSTADT
"Dick"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He st:tied tj sng s he tackled the thi'g that couldn't
be dCne and he did it
SA Pres. 4; SA Rep. 1; "Glamour Boy" 1; "Star Wagon" 4;
Parrakeet 3; PA 3; Span. Club 2,3,4; Debate Club 4; Bridge
Club 4; BkB 1, JV 2, Var. 3; Tab. Ten. Champ 3; Chorus 1;
Sp. Cho. 1; Libr. Assist. 2; ROTC Cadet 2; Lt. Col. 3; Battn.
Cdr. 4; Usher Sqd. 2,3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Best Individual
Cadet 3; NSPA 3; Span. Assemb. 2; Frosh Picnic 1; Xmas
Dance 3; Vis. Day 4; Get Aq. Dance MC 4; Inaug Ball, Chair-
man, MC 4; Carnival Dance 3; ROTC Dance Chairman 4; Ex.
Day 4.
DIXIANA ISABEL ANGULO
"Dixie"
Panama, R. De P.
"The sincere quietness of a woman is well appreciated in
this world of curs"
Chess Club 3; Bridge Club 4; Span. Club 4; Tab. Ten. 2;
Pep Club 1; Fash. Sh. 1.
BARBARA JUDITH APSTER
"Barb"
Bridgeport, Connecticut
"A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship
all the while."
ZONIAN Bus. Staff 4; VB 3; Pep Club 1; Bond 3,4; Sec'y.
4; Office Assist. 2; Fash. Sh. 1; Grad. Usher 3; Band Queen 4;
Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr. Party 4.
ETILVIA ARJONA
"Etty"
Panama, R. De P.
"A combination hard to beat a s holar and on athlete."
GAA 1,2,3,4; Ref. Club 1,2,3,4; Usher Club 2,4; NHS 4;
Debate Club 4: VB 1,2,3,4; SB 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,3,4; All Stars
1,2,3,4; Hockey 4; GAA Dance 2; GAA Banq. 2; GAA Si.
Case 4.
FRIDA AZRAK
"Frida"
Panama, R. De P.
"Those eyes that are in themselves a soul "
"Star Wagon" 4; VB 2,3; BkB 2,3; Chorus 4; Fash. Sh. 1,2;
Span. Club 4.
RAYMOND E. BACOT
"Ray"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"A great man is made up of qualities that meet or make
great occasions "
SA Rep. 1; SA Alt. 2; UN Club 3; Span. Club 1,2; BkB JV
1,2; Var. 3,4; Lab. Assist. 3; ROTC 2,3,4; Drill Team Master 4;
Best Cadet NCO 3; Goethals Hon. Gd. 2; Firing Sqd. 3; High
Exam Award 3; 2nd Best Sqd. Award 3; High Average Award 3.
JOSE BETTSAK
"Jose"
Panama, R. De P.
"Every man is a volume if you know how to read him."
Photographer 4; BkB JV 1.
JOHN BISSETT
"John"
Manhattan, New York
"Energy and patience conquer all things."
ROTC Sgt. 4.
WILLIAM GEORGE BLACK
"Bill"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Do not hurry, do rct worry, as this world we travel -:,'..j1
No regretting, fuming, fretting, ever con advantage you.
Swimming 2,3,4; BB 3,4; Lab. Asssit. 4.
DIANA BLOHM
"Happy"
Chicago, Illinois
"Quiet and demure at school, but what is she when away
from rule?"
Sock 'n Buskin 4; Pep Club 1; Libr. Assist. 4; Usher Club 4.


'BEVERLY PATRECIA BOYETT
"Bev"
San Diego, California
'Always busy, full cf fu.n r es her -ved b. everyone"
SA Rep. 2; SA Alt. 1,3; "Ladies of the Mop" 3; "Why I am
a Bachelor" 3; "Star Wagon" 4; Norview Pilot 1,2; ZONIAN 4;
Sock 'n Buskin 3,4, Pres. 4; Debate Club 2; Fr. Club 1,2; Field
Day 1,2; Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Sp. Cho. 3;
Girls Cho. 2,3; Libr. Assist. 1,2; Fash. Sh. 2,3,4; Xmas Assemb.
Chairman 2; Grad. Usher 3; Vol. Court 2; SH Court 1; Jr.-Sr.
Banq. 3; Sr. Party Chairman 4; Drama Banq. Chairman 3;
Speech Banq. Chairman 2; Vis. Day 4; Xmas Dr. Chairman 2;
FB Dance 4; Girls State 3.
MOIRA E. BRADY
"Sis"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Arguments cut cf a pretty, m rutih re unanswerable."
Span. Club 2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; VB 2,3,4; SB 2,3,4; BkB
2,3,4; Swimming 2; Pep Club 2,3; Chorus 2,4; Track Queen 2;
Val. Court 2; Xmas Court 3; FB Court 4; Carnival Dance 3;
FB Dance 4; ROTC Dance 4; Vis. Day 4; Queen of Hearts 4.
FRANCES MARION BRANDL
"F.B."
Colon, R. De P.
"Enthusiasm is the di.nom -s of her personality"
"Two Crooks and a Lady" 1; "Ides of March" 1; "Glamour
Boy" 1; "Down In the Valley' 3; 'Star Wagon" 4; Span Club 2;
Sock 'n Buskin 3,4; FNA 3,4; Debate Club 4; Astron. Club 4;
SB 1; BkB 2; VB 2; Carnival Dance 2; Xmas Dance 3; Chorus
1; Band 2,3,4; Orch. 2,3,4; Lab. Assist. 3; Band Party 2; Cap
& Gown 4.
MIKE J. BRANDON
"Zack"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He's lots of fun, sometimes shy, but there's always mischief
in his eye"
Libr. Assist. 1.
ROSELENE T. BRICENO
"Rose"
Tokyo, Japan
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice."
SA Alt. 4; "Star Wagon" 4; ZONIAN 4; Proj. Club 4; Span.
Club 1,2,3,4; UN Club 3,4; Sock 'n Buskin 4; Astron. Club 4;
FTA 4; Bridge Club 4; Debate Club 4; BkB 1,4; VB 2; Pep
Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2; Noon Cho. 2; Libr. Assist. 1; Prom
Court 3; Frosh Dance 1; Carnival Dance 3; Vis. Day 4; Sweet-
heart Swing 4; Assembs. 4.
CLARENCE D. BRIGHT
"Claky"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The value of a man consists in what he does well."
ZONIAN Bus. Staff 1; Libr. Club 1; Radio Club 1,2; Wres.
1,2,3,4; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Libr. Assist. 1; ROTC
M/Sgt. 2; Guidon Bearer 3; Goethals Honor Gd. 2; Drill Team
2,3,4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Usher Gd. 2,3,4; Firing Sqd. 2,3.
WAYNE GORDON BROWN
"Butch"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Gentle in manner-strong in performancee"
ROTC Capt. 4; Co. "C" Cdr. 4; Assist. Drill Ldr. 4; Usher
Gd. 2,3,4; Sweetheart Swing 4.
WILLIAM J. BURNS
"Bill"
Bronx, New York
"The only trouble with opportunity is that it comes disguised
as hard work"
Cam. Club 1; Track 2.
ALBERT CALVO, JR.
"Alby"
Panama, R. De P.
"An honest man is the real and mirhtrv work of Heaven"
"Star Wagon" 4; Parrakeet 3; Span. Club 3,4; Bridge Club 4;
Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Stamp Club 1,2; Tab. Ten. 3; Chorus 1;
ROTC M/Sgt. Pit. Sgt. 4; Drill Team 3,4; SA Camp. Assemb. 3;
ROTC Dance 3; Carnival Dan. 3; Gotham Freedom Foundation
Contest Winner 1.








Senior Directory


RICHARD ARTHUR CARATTINI
"R.C."
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Needs but a second to do the diffiut and a minute to do
the impossible"
Vice Pres. 1,4; SA Rep. 1,2; Direct. of Assembs. 4; Little
Theatre 2; "Ides of March" 1; "Curtain Going Up" 2; Math
Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Span. Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3,
Pres. 4; UN Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Astron. Club 3,4; Debate Club 4;
Bridge Club 4; ROTC Drill Team 2,3,4; Adj., Capt. 4; Sock 'n
Buskin, Ch. Pub. 3; Track Var. 2; Chorus 1,2; Sp. Cho. 1,2;
Span. Club Assemb. 2,4; Frosh Dance 1; Frosh Picnic 1; SH
Dance 2; Xmas Dance 3; Prom 3; Sh. Case 3; Carnival Dance
2,3,4; Boys State 3; Boys Nation 3.
JOE L. CICERO
"Midget"
Elmira, New York
"In t! a 'o c'an: f roniy turns rosard 're toi-gl
of
Letterman Club 1,2,3,4; BB 1,2,3,4; FB 3; Chorus 1,2,3;
Bowling 2.
FRANK RAY CLAYCOMB
"Frank"
Little Rock, Arkansas
"What s a man but a 11 c dcal 'cd sa'rt"
Folk Dance Club 2; Stamp Club 2; ROTC Drill Team 4; Usher
Gd. 4; Wres. 2.
JOSEPH B. CLEMMONS III
"Jay"
Colon, R. De P.
"Erth's nbltit thin is man perf -ted"
Vice Pres. 3; SA Alt. 3; SA Rep. 4; "Glamour Boy" 1; Little
Theatre 1; NHS 3,4, Letterman Club 3,4; Swimming 1; FB 3,4;
ROTC 2,3,4; 1st Lt. 4; Grad. Marshal 3; Jr. Rings 3; SA Drives
4; Sr. Week 4.
MARGARET LOUISE CLEVE
"Margaret"
Washington, D. C.
"Patience and re t"- cre-test forms of power"
"Americana" 3, 'Star Wagon" 4; Parrakeet 4; Libr. Club 3;
Pres. 3; Calif. Scholarship Fed. 2; NHS 4; UN Club 3; Debate
Club 4; Sock 'n Buskin 3; Libr. Assist. 3; Cards & Announce-
ments, Chairman 4.
HARRY F. CODY, JR.
"Spike"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"In f bcll oir !ssCr he : s wns, whether he argues
cr ir; merely gns "
SA Rep. 3,4; Letterman Club 1,2,3,4; FB 2,3,4; Track 2;
Orch. 1,2,3,4; ROTC 2,3,4; Lt. 4; Jr. Rings 3; SH Dance 2;
Camp. Assemb. 4.
WILLIAM THOMPSON COFFEY
"Bill"
Colon, R. De P.
"To hurry and worry is not my creed, things will happen any-
way, so what's the need"
Track 1,2,3,4.
JUDITH LEA COLBY
"Skinny"
Daytona Beach, Florida
"Rare compound of frlic ard fun, who relished a joke and
rejoiced in a pun."
ZONIAN Bus. Staff 3,4; FTA 3,4; Debate Club 4; Math
Club 1,2; SB 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,3,4; VB 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2;
Band 2,3; Chorus 1,4; Office Assist. 2,3,4; SA Camp. Assemb. 2;
Grad. Usher 3; Frosh Dance 1; SH Dance 2; Inaug. Ball 2; Jr.-
Sr. Bang. 3; Sh. Case, Chairman 2; Sr. Week 4; Girls State 3.
ROBERT C. CONNOR
"Bob"
Staten Island, New York
"He s not a surgeon, but he's always up We ::ve him'"
SA Rep. 1; SA Alt. 4; Letterman Club 1.2,3,4; FB JV 1, Var.
2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; BkB 1; ROTC 2,3,4; Corp.
2,3; 1st Sgt. 4; SH Dance 2; Get. Aq. Dance 4.
DOROTHY L. COTTON
"Dotty"
Colon, R. De P.
"Laughing and -- alo ing the reason we love
her she's sweet as song "
Sec'y 4; SA Rep. 2,4; Ref. Club 1,2; BkB All Stars 1; SB 1,2;
VB 1,2,3; BkB 2,3; Spt. Award 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2;
Sp. Cho. 1,2; Band Sec'y 3,4; Awards Day 2,3; SA Camp.
Assemb. 2; Frosh Dance 1; Frosh Picnic 1; Sh. Case 1,2,3;
SH Dance Chairman 2; Prom 3; Girls State 3.


BEVERLY ANN CRAWFORD
"Bev"
New Orleans, Louisiana
Enthui csm is the genius o'f sin:.erly and the v.-tcry of the

"Hilarity House" 2; "Star Wagon" 4; Parrakeet Bus. Staff 3,4;
Cam. Club 1,2; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4; Pep Club 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4;
Sp. Cho. 3; Prom 3; Sr. Week 4; Prom, Chairman 2; Girls
State 3.
JUDITH MARILYN CROSBY
"Judy"
Ironton, Ohio
'T eu '.e r ti c -t r t he ,r t "I
GAA 4; FNA 2,3,4; Astron. Club 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Pep
Club 1; Band 2,3; Libr. Assist. 1.
MARY VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM
"Mary"
Washington, D. C.
'A sr u isil 'nc, _-:1 nSet enld the kindness of

Math Club 1; FTA 3,4; Astron. Club 4; BkB 1,2,3,4; VB 1,2;
Pep Club 1,2,3; Office Assist. 1,2,3; Libr. Assist. 3; Fash. Sh.
1,3,4; Sr. Gift 4.
JUDITH ANNA CURTIS
"Marilyn"
Fort Worth, Texas
A'A I ,-, c si :S : ",e in h,,,-:r d : j gc leom in her ee"
"Marianne" 3; ZONIAN Bus. Staff 4; Math Club 1; Sock 'n
Buskin 3,4; Span. Club 3; Mus. Club 3; VB 3; SB 3; BkB All
Stars 3; Bowling 2; Spt. Award 2; Cheerleader 3; Flag Twirler 4;
Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Sp. Cho. 2,3; Libr. Assist. 1;
Office Assist. 3; Fash. Sh. 1,3; Mus. Assemb. 3; Span. Assemb.
3; Xmas Court 3; Red Cross Dr. 3; Sh. Case 1; Frosh-Soph.
Frolic 2.
MARY GLASGOW CURTIS
"Gov"
Wellington, New Zealand
"The surest nt t: fi is to determine to succeed"
Treas. 1,2; Star Wagon" Std. Director 4; NHS 4; UN Club
Vice Pres. 3; Debate Club Vice Pres. 4; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4;
Bridge Club 4; Libr. Club 3; Pep Club 3,4; Sp. Train Chairman
4; Sr. Pic. Chairman 4; SA Assemb. 4; Girls State, Governor 3;
Girls Nation 3; Drama Sec'y 4.
ALLISON ROSS DAVIDSON
"Allie"
Baltimore, Maryland
"She l d to lough and so she lent to other lives her merri-
rrment "
SC 3; Fryeburg Book 3; GAA 2,3,4; Bridge Club 4; VB All
Stars 2,4; Skiing 3; Skating 3; BkB All Stars 2,3,4; SB All Stars
2,3,4; Hockey 3; Pep Club 1; Trio 3; Quintet 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4;
Sp. Cho. 2,3; Libr. Assist. 1; Spt. Award 2,3; SH Court 3; Cap
& Gown 4; SH Dance 3; GAA Dance 2; Dorm Council 3.
VIRGINIA C. DI BELLA
"Ginny"
Galveston, Texas
"Popularity is the glory of being loved and we love you be-
cause ,u're v CI,"
Sec'y 1; Pep Club 2; Usher Club 2; Span. Club 2,3; VB 2,3;
SB 2; BkB 2,3; Cheerleader 4; Chorus 2; Office Assist, 2,3;
Fash. Sh. 3,4; SA Camp. Assemb. 3; Grad. Usher 3; Snowflake
Queen 3; Sh. Case 2; Sr. Pic. 4; Carnival Dance 3; Girls State
3; Vis. Day 4; FB Dance 4; ZONIAN Bus. Staff 3.

ROBERTA G. DILLON
"Berta"
New York, New York
"Good humor is gccdress and wisdcm combined "
Parrakeet 4; VB 1; Pep Club 1; Office Assist. 1,4; Cards &
Announcements 4; Girls State 3.
PEGGY ANN DONOVAN
"P. Ann"
Panama, R. De P.
"Brains and personality topped off with v: inning smile."
"Star Wagon" 4; ZONIAN 3,4, Editor 4; Bang. Bugle 3,4;
NHS 3,4; Span. Club 2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; SB All Stars 2;
Bowling 3; VB 2,4; BkB 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Band 2,3,4; March.
Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Orch. 2; Pep Band 3; Band Libr. 2;
Vice Pres. 3; Sec'y 4; NSPA 3,4; Jr. Ring, Chairman 3; Sr. Ring,
Chairman 4; Band Party 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Bang. 3; Girls State 3;
Joint Band 2,3.








Senior Directory


MARIE AGNES DUBE
"Agnes"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The joy cf ',uLth her ee dsplo ed, ond ease of heart her
laugh icnve ed"
GAA 4; Libr. Club 1; Stamp Club 3; Math Club 2; Camera
Club 1; FNA 4; Usher Club 4; BkB 1,2; SB 1,2,3; VB 1,2,3;
Swimming 2,3,4; Spt. Award 2; Libr. Assist. 1; Fash. Sh. 1.
JON D. EBBS
"Long Jon"
Chicago, Illinois
"A toll body leaves rrem for a gigantic heart"
"Star Wagon" 4; ROTC Sgt. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Awards Day
3; Sweetheart Swing 4; Sing. Vol. 4; Boys State 3.
DANIEL M. EGGLESTON
"Eggy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Patience is the rrost impc'rtnt rg-th in the 'adder cf si;-s
NHS 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Bridge Club 4; Letterman Club 4;
Scholarship Speech 4; ROTC 1st Lt. Ex. Officer Co. "C" 4;
Rifle Team 2,3,4; Team Capt. 4; Grad. Marshall 3; Sr. Gr. Pic.
Chairman 4; FB Team Man. 2,3,4; Boys State 3.
HENRY ERNEST EHRMAN
"Hank"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"To be c fine gentleman is to be a brave and generous man "
Radio Club 4; Chorus 2,3; Sp. Cho. 2,3; ROTC Assist. Sqd.
Ldr. 3; 1st Sgt. 4; Color Gd. 4; Drill Team 2,3,4; Usher Sqd.
2,4; Firing Sqd. 4; Honor Gd. Old Timer Day 2; Drill Team
Arm. Forces Day 2,3; Sp. Assembs. 2; SH Dance 2; Sh. Case 3;
Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; ROTC Dance 3,4; ROTC Awards Ball 3,4.
I. ROBERT EISENMANN
"Bobby"
Panama, R. De P.
"A happy heart mlkes i happy guy "
Parrakeet 3,4, Bus. Man. 4; ZONIAN Bus. Staff 4; ROTC 2,3.
ALMA R. ELLIS
"Alma"
Sinaloa, Mexico
S' is a form of genius, only higher, as it needs no

Span Club 2,3,4; FNA 4; VB 2,3,4; BkB 2; SB 2; Chorus 4;
Office Assist. 2,3,4; Track Court 3; Carnival Dance 3; Vis.
Day 3.
A. CAMILLE ELLIS
"Camille"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A persnality thct maies her everyone's friend
GAA 2,3,4; Usher Club 2; VB 1,2,3,4; SB 1,2,34; Swimming
1,4; All Stars 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,3; Clinic Assist. 2;
Grad. Usher 3; Sr. Gr. Pic. 4; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 1; Frosh-Soph.
Swim Meet, Chairman 1; Parrakeet Bus. Staff 2.
M. MARJORIE ELY
"Large Marge"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Five fact one, lots of fun, never fails to get J "
SA Alt. 1,2; Span. Club 1; VB 2; BkB 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4,
Captain 4; Pep Club 1,2; Band 2,3,4; Orch. 1,2,3; Pep Band 3,4;
Xmas Court 3; Band Court 3; Frosh Picnic 1; Sr. Pic. 4; Girls
State 3.
ELISABETH K. ESSER
"Becky"
San Francisco, California
"May those who exert the rndustrv e laden with riches as she"
SA Rep. 1,2; Sec'y 1; SA Sec'y 4; Parrakeet 3; NHS 3,4; Cam.
Club 1; FNA 3,4; Sec'y 3; Bridge Club 4; VB 2; Pep Club 1,2;
Band 2,3,4; Noon Orch. 3,4; March. Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2;
Sp. Cho. 1; Band Treas. 2; Honor Award 1,2,3; SH Dance 2;
Sh. Case 2,3; Inaug. Ball 4; Jr. Ring 3; NHS Assembs., Chair-
man 4; Girls State 3.
ROSARIO ESTRADA
"Rosorio"
Panama R. De P.
"If you want a girl with Icvely dark hair and a winning smile,
here she is."
Bridge Club 4; Chorus 1,3; Fash. Sh. 4.
ALFONSO ESTRADABERG
"Al"
Mexico City, Mexico
"In stature small, but every inch a man "
Pan American Club 1,2, Sec'y 2; FB JV 2.


JO ANN EUPER
"Jo Ann"
Panama, R. De P.
"Succeas is tie rcod',,c, frm vhi c- h she will not stray."
ZONIAN 3,4; Cam. Club 1; Span. Club 2; FTA 4; BkB 1,2;
SB 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Orch. 1,2,3,4; Noon Orch. 3,4; Pep Bond 4;
March. Band 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3.
DORMAN L. FULTON
"Dorm"
Ancon, Canal Zone
no mre lad es, sigh no more I rm here'"
SA Rep. 1; SA Alt. 2,3; Letterman Club 3,4, Treas. 4; FB
2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Boys State 3.
ANA ROSA GUADIANO R.
"Ana"
Panama, R. De P.
"Size does not make tie wcman, for good things come in
small p1ckcges
Span. Club 3,4; Fash. Sh. 1; Cards & Announcements 4.
MARCELA DE LA GUARDIA B.
"Gorda"
Chiriqui, R. De P.
"Lovely smile and friendly nature . one of our favorite
senortos "
Span. Club 1,2,3,4; VB 1; Fash. Sh. 2,3,4.

MARTHA LUCILE HACKETT
"Maria"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Happy combinctiin of su-cess, charm, and beauty,"
"Star Wagon" 4; Parrakeet 3,4; Make Up Ed. 3; Lit. Ed. 4;
NHS 3,4; Prog. Ch. 4; Bridge Club 4; Debate Club 4; Sock 'n
Buskin 4; Span. Club 2; NHS Speech 4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Chorus
1,2; Sp. Cho. 1,2; Noon Cho. 1,2,3; Band 2,3,4; Orch. 2,3,4;
March. Band 2,3,4; Lab. Assist. 3; NSPA 3,4; Frosh Dance 1;
Frosh Picnic 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic, Chairman 2; SH Dance 2;
Sh. Case 2,3,4; Prom 3; Parrakeet Party 3; Sweetheart Swing 4;
Joint Band Con. 2,3; Girls State 3; Chem. Award 3.


AGNES DIANE HANNIGAN
"Dee Dee"
Colon, R. De P.
"Happi, carefree always acv, a.i: cf i.st and fair as day"
Drama Club 1,2; Girls Var. 1,2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; GAA 3,4,
Pres. 4; VB 1,2,3,4; SB 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,3,4; All Stars 1,2,3,4;
Band 1,2,3,4; Orch. 1,2; Chorus 2; Pep Band 3,4; March. Band
3,4; Soph. Assemb. 2; FTA Assemb. 1,2; Grad. Usher 3; Prom 3;
Inaug. Ball 4; Sweetheart Swing 4; Soph. Dance 2; Homecoming
2; Get. Aq. Dance 2; Girls State 3.


JOSEPH C. HANNIGAN
"Joe"
Colon, R. De P.
"There's only one proof of c ability
Vice Pres. 2; BB Var. 2; Band 1,2,3; Orch.
Lt. 4.


a3; on"T
1,2,3; ROTC 2nd


SHAREN LEA HAMMOND
"Sherry"
Fairbury, Illinois
"With mirth and laughter all worries depart, her's is truly
a very ,'' heart."
Cam. Club 2; BkB All Stars 2; Pep Club 1; Bond 1,2; Orch.
1,2; Libr. Assist. 1; Grad. Usher 3.
NORMA RUTH HARMON
"Harmony"
Walters, Oklahoma
"Real nice, real gay; and a great "-' -^ every way."
Pres. 2; "Mother is a Freshman" 1; "'WhaT a Life" 2; I Re-
member Mamma" 3; "Melody Moods" 3; Stage Crew 1,2,3;
Parrokeet, Art Ed. 4; Drama Club 1,2,3; Marionette Club Pres.
Science Club 3; Allegro Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Orch. 1,2,3,4;
Foreign Sdt. 3; Homecoming 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.
L. BRUCE HARNED
"Buster"
Louisville, Kentucky
"Silence is a wit of the foolish and a virtue of the wise"
Intra. FB 1; Dance Band 4; ROTC 2,3,4; Frosh Picnic 1; SH
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SHIRLEY LEE HARNED
"Shirley"
West Point, Kentucky
"For briianry no gem compares with the eyes of a beautiful

SA Rep. 2; ZONIAN 3; Math Club 1,4; Cam. Club 1; Stamp
Club Vice Pres. 2; Bridge Club 4; Chorus 1; Sp. Cho. 1,3; Band
3,4; March. Band 3,4; Office Assist. 2; Lab. Assist. 3; NSPA 3;
Grad. Usher 3; SH Dance 2; Xmas Dance 3; Sh. Case 3; Prom
3; Sr. Week 4; Girls State 3.
GEORGE G. HARRIS
"George"
San Francisco, California
"His pleasant smile and sportsman-ike ways will live in our
menmries al of our days
FB 2,3; Water Polo 2,3; ROTC 12,3; ZONIAN Artist 4.
DOROTHY MAE HART
"Sleepy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The quiet mind ir riher than the crown."
BkB 2; Pep Club 2; Chorus 2,4; Sp. Cho. 2; Office Assist.
2,4; Sr. Ring 4.
GAYLE C. HASEMANN
"Gayle"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Al things are admired either because they ore new or be-
cause they cre grect."
Sock 'n Buskin 4; Bridge Club 4; VB 1,2; BkB 1,2; Pep Club
1; Band 2,3,4; Noon Orch. 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Frosh Dance 1;
SH Dance 2; Cards & Announcements 4; Sh. Case 2,3; Girls
State 3.
PATRICIA ANNE HATTLER
"Pat"
San Jose, Costa Rico
"You have deserved high ccmmerdatcn, true applause, and
love."
SA Rep. 1; SA Alt. 3,4; "Star Wagon" 4; "Never Again" 3;
"In this Age" 3; ZONIAN 4; UN Club 3,4; Sock 'n Buskin 4;
FTA 4; Debate Club 4; Span. Club 1,2,3; VB 1,2,3; BkB 1,2,3;
SB 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; Cheerleader 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Noon Cho.
3; SA Camp. Assemb. 3; Awards Day 3; Speech Assemb. 3;
Hon. Track Capt. 1,3; Track Court 3; Prom Court 3; FB Court
4; Sing. Val. 2; Girls State ?- Xmas Dance 3; Swimming 2;
Sweetheart Swing 4; FB Dance 4; Carnival Dance 4; ROTC
Dance 4; Spt. Award 3; Water Ballet 1; ZONIAN Bus. Staff 2;
Vis. Day 4.
JUANELL MARCILE HENDERSON
"Stinker"
Albuquerque, New Mexico
"Merry we hove met end merry we hove been"
Usher Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Office
Assist. 1,2,3,4; Fash. Sh. 1,2,4; Grad. Usher 3; Sr. Ring 4; SH
Dance 2; Girls State 3.
RENE ANTONIO HENRIQUEZ
"Rene"
Colon, R. De P.
"Slence is a becoming ornament to a young man"
ENRIQUE S. HO
"Enrique"
Panama, R. De P.
"A pace above oil earthly dignities, a still and quiet con-
science."
SA Alt. 2; Parrakeet 3; Chess Club 1,2,3; Stamp Club 3,4,
Pres. 4; UN Club 3; Debate Club 4; Bowling 4; Tab. Ten. 3;
NSPA 3; Sr. Party 3.
MARY LEE HODGES
"Sally"
Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania
"When you're laughing the whole world laughs with you"
"Why I am a Bachelor" 3; "Down In the Valley" 3; 'Ladies
of the Mop" 3; Parrakeet 3,4; UN Club 3,4; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4;
Debate Club 4; "The Trojan Women" 3; Flag Twirler 4; Chorus
3,4; Sp. Cho. 3; Noon Cho. 3; Grad. Marshal 3; Get. Aq. Dance
Chairman 4; Sr. Party 4; Girls State 3.


JAMES R. HOTZ
"Tim"
Covington, Kentucky
'A very : d p'oer-:he's qtie a good catch,
S.l In h 't --.ith sp:rt'smns hp to notch"
Pres. 3; Vice Pres. 2; SA Alt. 1; NHS 3,4; Bridge Club 4;
Letterman Club 1,2,3,4; FB 2,3,4; BB 3,4; BkB JV 2; Orch.
1,2,3; ROTC 2,3,4; 2nd Lt. 4; Pit. Ldr. 4; Camp. Assemb. 3;
Frosh Picnic 1; Frosh Dance 1; SH Dance 2; Get Aq. Dance 3;
Sweetheart Swing 4; Sh. Case 2,3,4; Boys State 3.
ALBERT D. JONES
"Aboo"
Colon, R. De P.
"Looks smooth, tcks smeth, is smcthl"
FB JV 2; FB Var. 3; Track 3,4; Boys State 3.
GLADYS M. KAUFMANN
"Pumpkin"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I hle the laughter th t cpens up the heart and shows the
scul "
Frosh Dance 1; Usher Club 4; Span. Club 4; VB 3; BkB 3;
Office Assist. 3,4.
CHARLOTTE L. KILBEY
"Charlotte"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A in-d heart s the truest wisdim"
Parrakeet 4; Chorus 1,23,4; Sp. Cho. 3.
EDWARD T. KIRCHMIER, JR.
"Ed"
Panama, R. De P.
"I'm sorto bashful, but on 'ust let me get started!"
SA Rep. 2,4; Parrakeet 4; BkB 3,4; BB 4; ROTC 2,3,4; 1st. Lt.
4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr. Week 4.
JEANENE KLEASNER
"Ni Ni"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Full of fun the live long day, ickng and laughing her
cores away
"Showdown At Sawtooth" 2; "Dust of the Road" 3; Sock 'n
Buskin 3,4; Stamp Club 1,2; FTA 3,4; Bridge Club 4; VB 1,2;
SB 1; Pep Club 1,4; Flag Twirler 2; Baton 1,2,3,4; Head Major-
ette 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orch. 2,3; Noon Cho. 2,3,4; Pep Band
2,3,4; March. Band 2,3,4; Band Court 3; Frosh Picnic 1; Get
Aq. Dance 1; Prom 3; Cards & Announcements 4; Girls State 3.

AGNES VIRGINIA HOWARD
"Aggie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"She is sweet as honey, with dispositcin bright and sunny"
Span. Club 4; Math Club 4; VB 1; Pep Club 4; Carnival
Dance 3; Sr. Party 4.
ROBERT HUMMER
"Hum"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Why be serious when there is so much to laugh about."
Radio Club 4; Band 1,2; ROTC 1,2.
JOHN P. JENKINS
"Jack"
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"They will rise highest who strive for the highest place"
ZONIAN 3; FB 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Swimming 4; ROTC Sgt.
1/C 4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Usher Gd. 2; Photographer 2,3,4.
JULIA ANN JENSEN
"Judy"
Savanna, Illinois
"Small and cute bundle of friendliness and smiles"
SA Alt. 2; Math Club 1; GAA 3,4; FNA 4; VB All Stars 2;
BkB All Stars 3; Pep Club 1; Office Assist. 2; Inaug. Ball 2;
Xmas Dance 3; Sr. Pic. 4; Girls State 3.
RONALD ARNE JOHANNSSON
"Ronald"
Goteburg, Sweden
"I agree with no man's opinions; I hove some of my own."
Chess Club 4; Spanish Club 4; UN Club 4; Stamp Club 4;
ROTC Sgt 1/C 3; M/Sgt. 4; Color Gd. 4.








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DOLORES BERTA KOSAN
"Lolin"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"There is .j greater than "'..- I .. .. and the
Ailsh to please
Span. Club 3,4; Chorus 1; Talent Assemb. 3; Carnival Queen
Court 3; Sr. Pic. 4.
STEPHEN R. LAIDLAW
"Steve"
Ft. Bliss, Texas
"Success comes to him who is honest, industrious and per-
sistent "
NHS 4; Bridge Club 4; Bowling 4; ROTC Cadet 2; Major, Ex.
Battn. Cmdr. 4; Sr. Gr. Pic. 4.
MIRIAM A. DE LA LASTRA D.
"Miriam"
Panama, R. De P.
"There', m, si- in h, I i,.ec ,nd ilver in thy laughter"
ZONIAN Bus. Staff 3; Span. Club 2,3,4; VB 2,3,4; SB 2,4;
Chorus 2,3,4; Office Assist. 3; Carnival Dance 3.
ANGELA M. LEE
"Leech"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Always laughing, always glad, a cheerful friend for many a
lad"
Sec'y 2; SA Rep. 1,2; Parrakeet Spt. Ed. 3; GAA 2,3,4; BkB
All Stars 1,2; SB All Stars 1,2; VB All Stars 4; Pep Club 1;
Chorus 1; Hon. Capt. Co. "C" ROTC Sponsor 4; Jeans Queen 1;
Daisy Mae 2; Snowflake Queen Court 3; Prom Court 3; Track
Court 4; Frosh Dance 1; Frosh Picnic, Chairman 1; Inaug. Ball
2; SH Dance, Chairman 2; Xmas Dance 3; ROTC Dance 4.
RALPH H. LEISY
"Ralph"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Your quiet manner is perhaps your olden key to happiness."
Letterman Club 3,4; Swimming 3,4; Water Polo 3,4; Track
2,4; FB JV 1,2; ROTC 2,3,4; Sgt. 1/C 4.
WILLIAM EDWARD LEWIS, JR.
"Bill"
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
"He who shows courtesy reaps friendship "
SA Photo, Treas. 1,2,3; Pub. Speaking 2,3; Catholic Action 3;
Journ. Club. 1; Bridge Club 4; Span. Club 1,2; Golf Tourn. 3;
ROTC Pfc. 4; Prom 3.
ELIZABETH ANN LITTLE
"Beth"
Glenridge, New Jersey
"A thinker dies in a do, but a dreamer lives forever."
"Star Wagon" 4; Math Club 2; Pep Club 1,4; UN Club Treas.
3; Bridge Club 4; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4; VB 1,2,4; Water Ballet 2;
BkB 4; Sweetheart Swing 4; Xmas Pageant Narrator 4.
ROBERT LOCKABY
"Bobby"
Greenville, South Carolina
"Time for work, yet takes holiday for friendship's sake."
FB Var. 1,2,3; Swimming Var. 4.
BOBBY LOPEZ
"Buzz"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A happy wit and on independent spirit."
ROTC Pfc. 4.
ALDRICH EMANUEL LOWE, JR.
"Al"
Panama, R. De P.
"It is what we do, more than what we say, that fits us for
the future"
Chess Club 2,3,4; Astron. Club 4; Radio Club 2,3; Proj. Club
3; Span. Club 4; ROTC Drill Team 2,3; Sgt. 1/C, Co. "C"
Guidon Bearer 4.
JOHN WALTER MADURO
"John"
Colon, R. De P.
"From him we shall learn the perfect ways of honor."
SA Rep. 4; Parrakeet Bus. Staff 2,3,4; Photographer 4; Chess
Club 1,2,3,4; Bridge Club 4; ROTC Cadet 2,3; M/Sgt. 4; Drill
Team 3,4; Rifle Team 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr. Ring 4.
JOHN JOSEPH MAGEE


"MAGOO"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A man okalys has two reasons for dong something, a good
reason and a real reason "
SA Rep. 2,3; Letterman Club 2,3,4; FB 3,4; Intra. FB 1; FB
JV 2; BB 3; BkB 3; Track 2,3; Swimming 2,3; High Point Man
1; Water Polo 1,2; ROTC Pfc. 2; Sfc. 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Pit. Ldr. 4;
Awards Day 1; Speech Assemb. 2; Xmas Dance 3; FB Dance
Chairman 4.
LINDA LEE MALONE
"Lyn"
Navasota, Texas
"Happy I am, from core I am free, why ccn't they ol be as
happy as men"
GAA 2,3,4, Sec'y, Vice Pres. 4; VB 2,3,4; BkB 2,3,4; SB 2,3,4;
All Stars 2,3,4; Bowling 3.
ANGELICA G. MANASSAKIS
"Angie"
Guatemala City, Guatemala
"Livng is on art and she is ea ortst
Span. Club 2,3,4, Sec'y 4; Usher Club 1,2,3; VB 2,3,4; BkB
2,3,4; SB 2,3; Pep Club 2,3; Libr. Assist. 2,3; Fash. Sh. 2,3,4;
Assembs. 2; Carnival Dance 2,3,4; Span. Club Assemb. 2; Xmas
Dance 3; Sr. Gift 4; Spt. Award 3; Parrakeet Bus. Staff 4;
ZONIAN Bus. Staff 4.
VIRGINIA PACKARD MANN
"Ginger"
Troy, New York
"Wnscme she is, adorable too, a cute personaity-that's
Ginger for you'"
Treas. 1; "Dust of the Road" 3; "Merry Widow" 2; "Star
Wagon" 4; ZONIAN 4; Banq. Bugle 4; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4;
FNA 4, Constit. Comm. 4; BkB 1; VB 3; Aquamaids 1,2; Pep
Club 3; Cheerleader 4; Chorus 3,4; Hon. Capt. Co. "B" ROTC
Sponsor 4; Grad. Usher 3; Queen of Hearts Court 4; Xmas Ball
Chairman 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sweetheart Swing Chairman 4;
ROTC Dance 4; FB Dance $; Sing. Vol. 3; ROTC Awards Ball 4;
Sec'y of State, Girls State 3.
ALBA MARTINEZ
"Alba"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Ever smiling, ever gay, oves to work and loves to play"
ZONIAN 4; UN Club 3,4; Debate Club 4; Span. Club 1,4;
Bridge Club 4; VB 1,2; SB 1,2; BkB 2; Sr. Week 4; Girls
State 3.
MARGARITA MARTINEZ H.
"Mayita"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"And those laughing, laughing eyes that make this lassie
qui te a pri-e"
"Star Wagon" 4; Usher Club 4; GAA 3,4; Span. Club 4; VB
1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,3; SB 1,2,3,4; Fash. Sh. 1,4; Sr. Pic. 4.
ROSA ANN McGARR
"Rosie"
Honolulu, Hawaii
"The mildest manner and the ', heart
"Star Wagon" 4; Latin News 1; Libr Club 2,3; NHS 4; Sock
'n Buskin 4; FNA 4; Lat. Club 1,2; Libr. Assist. 1,2,3; Cards &
Announcements 4; Orphanage Dr. 3; Girls State 3.
JOHN ANTHONY McNATT
"McSnatch"
Panama, R. De P.
"If worry is the cause for death then I'll live forever
Track 2; Band 1; ROTC Pfc. 1; M/Sgt 4; Frosh-Soph.
Frolic 1,2.
SONIA E. MENDOZA
"Sonr'
Los Santos, R. De P.
"I live my life with nought but pleasure for silence is the
greatest treasure "
Span. Club 4; VB 1,2; SB 1,2; Office Assist. 2,3; Fash. Sh. 2,4.
PHILIP N. MOOLCHAN
"Spider"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Be silent and safe for silence has never been portrayed."
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DOROTHY CECILIA MONROE
"Dot"
Panama, R. De P.
"A pleasant girl of sterling worth; she is half quietness, half
mirth."
Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 4; Sp. Cho. 4; Fash. Sh. 1,2,3.
ROBERT A. MORENO
"Bob"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Speak little and well it yu .w uld be esteemed a man of
merit,"
Parrakeet Photographer 4.
CHARLES MORRIS
"K-9 Kid"
Magnolia, North Carolina
"There's ene thing about the opposite sex boy, con they
be opposite'"
SA Alt. 3; Letterman Club 2,3,4; FB 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4;
Jr. Ring 3.
MICHEL HENRY NAHMAD
"Mike"
Panama, R. De P.
"True in spirit, faith and heart, in the role of life he'll play
a leading part"
SA Rep. 1; "Sunday Cost Five Pesos" 3; "Star Wagon" 4;
"Tooth or Shave" 4; Span. Club 1,2,3; UN Club 2; Sock 'n
Buskin 3,4; Bridge Club 4; Swimming 1,2,3; BkB 1,2,3; FB 1,2;
Bowling 2; Tab. Ten. 1,2,3; Camp. Assemb. 3; Chorus 1; Sp.
Cho 1; Glee Club 4; ROTC Corp. 2; Sfc. 3; Sqd. Ldr. 3; Capt.
4; Co. Cmdr. "B" 4; Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Rifle Team 4; Best
Sqd. Field Night 3; ROTC Dance 3,4; Vis. Day Chairman 4;
Sweetheart Swing 4.
MARINE E. NAUDTS
"Reenie"
Waukegan, Illinois
"She's rather talk to a man than on angel any day "
Span. Club 1,2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; VB 1,2; Chorus 3; Grad.
Usher 3; Girls State 3.
PASIONARIA NAVARRETE
"Naria"
Panama, R. De P.
"Dark tresses will ne'er fail to men ensnare, for beauty draws
them with a single hair"
Sock 'n Buskin 4; BkB 1; VB 1; Fash. Sh. 1,2,3; Span. Club
Assemb. 2; Span. Club 2,3; Carnival Queen Court 2,3.
FRANK WILLIAM NEWMAN, JR.
"Lefty"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A shy faoe is better tian a forward heart "
Chess Club 1; ROTC 2,3,4; M/Sgt. 4; Frosh Picnic 1.
HILDA MARIA NUNEZ
"Hilda"
Panama, R. De P.
"it takes more ludgement to remain silent than it takes wit
to talk."
Span. Club 2,3,4; Bridge Club 4; BkB 1,2; VB 1,2,3; Fash. Sh.
1,2; Carnival Dance 3.
ISABEL A. ORAMAS
"Isabel"
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
"A smile is kindness and goodness bent, and worth a million
dollars, but doesn't cost a cent."
GAA 2.
CYNTHIA C. ORR
"Cin"
Governor's Island, New York
"The pInss cf fashion end mould of form "
SA Alt. 4; "Curtain Going Up" 2; "Star Wagon" 4; ZONIAN
4; Span. Club 1,2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; Usher Club 1; BkB 1,2,3;
Pep Club 1,2,3; Chorus 3; VB 2,3; Libr. Assist. 1; Trio 4; Grad.
Usher 3; Frosh Invitations 1; Sweetheart Swing 4.


MARTA OSEGUEDA C.
"Mona"
Mexico City, Mexico
"Sunshine in her smile, merriment in her grin, radiates a
goodness that stems from way within "
Span. Club 2,4; VB 3; BkB 2; Swimming 3; Clinic Assist. 2;
Fash. Sh. 2,4.
LUIS PABON
"Luis"
Manila, Philippine Islands
"Wha''s the se of v.orrsing, it was never worthwhile, so pack
up your troubles and sm 'e, sm.le, smile'
SA Rep. 1; SA Alt. 2; 21 Club 1; FB 1,2; BkB 3; ROTC 1,2,3;
1st Sgt. 3; Assemb. 1,3.

VERNON G. PAIGE
"V.G."
Gainesville, Florida
"The rle of my life is to rrae business a pleasure and
pleasure my business "
Track 4; ROTC M/Sgt. 4; Color Gd. 4; Cards & Announce-
ments 4.
JOHN H. PERANTIE
"Jack"
Minneapolis, Minnesota
"He tli:t lhas a good and merry heart has the world for a
:he( rng section "
Letterman Club Vice Pres. 3,4; BkB 2,3,4; Bowling 2; FB 2,3;
Band 1; Sdt. Assist. BkB and FB 4; ROTC M/Sgt. 4; Pit. Sgt. 4;
Sp. Assemb. 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Cap & Gown 4; Safety Comm.
Chairman 4; Welfare Director 4.


RAQUEL PINZON J.
"Yin"
Panama, R. De P.
"In goodness there are all kinds of wisdom"
Span. Club 2,3; Stamp Club 2; VB 2; Chorus 3; Office Assist.
2; Fash. Sh. 2.
CECILIA PLICET B.
"To Ti"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Without love and laughter there is no loy.
ZONIAN Bus. Staff 34; Span. Club 2,3,4; Bridge Club 4;
Cam. Club 1; SB 1,2; VB 1,2; BkB 1,2; Tab. Ten. 3; Pep Club
1,2; Libr. Assist. 2; Clinic Assist. 3; Fash. Sh. 1; Cards &
Announcements 4.
MARY ALICE PRICE
"Malice"
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Washington, D. C.
"She has a voice of gladness and a smile of beauty"
SA Rep. 4; Assemb. 4; "Sunday Cost Five Pesos" 3; "Ladies
of the Mop" 3; "Trojan Women" 3; Sock 'n Buskin 4, Vice
Pres 4; Mask 'n Lyre 1,2; UN Club 4; BkB 1; Pep Club 3,4;
Flag Twirler 4; Xmas Ball 4; Chorus 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2;
Sp. Cho. 3; Trio 4; Frosh Frolic 1; Soph Stampede 2; Grad.
Ushers 3; Drama Banq. 3; Fr. Sh. Case 4; Sweetheart Swing 4;
Girls State 3; ZONIAN Bus. Staff 4.


LOA A. RAGER
"Loja"
Washington, D. C.
"A smile in her heart and laughter on -F r lips "
Little Theatre 1,2; Sock 'n Buskin 3; Libr. Club 1; Pep Club
1,2,3,4; VB 1,2,3; BkB 1,2,3; SB 4; Swimming 4; VB All Stars
4; Libr. Assist. 1; Clinic Assist. 2; Fash. Sh. 1,2,3,4; Cards &
Announcements 4; SH Dance 2; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 1; Girls
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SHIRLEY ANN RANSOM
"Mung"
Tucson, Arizona
"Do all the good you con, in oil the ways you con, in oil the
places you can, at all the times you con, to all the people you
can, as long as ever you can "
Pres. 1; SA Alt. 3; Xmas Pageant 1; ZONIAN 3,4; Banq.
Bugle 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Sec'y 4; Math Club 1; Fr. Club 1; VB
1,2,3; BkB 1,2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; All Stars 1,2,3,4; SB 1;
Hockey 1; Water Ballet 4; Pep Club 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4;
Chorus 1,2,3; Sp. Cho. 2; Choir 1; Hon. Capt. Co. "A" ROTC
Sponsor 4; Vol. Queen Court 2,3; Snowflake Queen Court 3;
Relay Team Court 2; May Day Court 1; Track Queen 4; Orp.
Dr. 1,3; Sr. Week 4; Frosh Ring 1; Prom 3; FB Dance 4.
ELLEN LINDA RATHMAN
"Ellie"
Long Island, New York
"A smile cures the wounds of a frown "
Vice Pres. 2; "Star Wagon" 4; Xmas Pageant 2; Tech Life 2;
Parrakeet, Make-up Ed. 4; Paint 'n Powder Club Vice Pres. 2;
Jr. Town Meeting 2; UN Club 3,4, Sec'y 4; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4;
Astron Club 3,4, Sec'y 4; Debate Club Pres. 4; Math Club 1;
Libr. Club 3; GWU Speech Conf. 2; Pep Club 3; Cards &
Announcements 4; Sh. Case 3,4, Chairman 4; Art Award 2;
Tech Life Rep. 2; Girls State 3.
JAMES WILLIAM REECE
"Jim"
Panama, R. De P.
"God gave us men which this time demands, strong minds
and great hearts."
SA Alt. 2; SA Vice Pres. 3; Letterman Club 2,3,4; Standards
Comm. 4; NHS 3,4, Pres. 4; Sock 'n Buskin 4; "Star Wagon" 4:
BkB 1,2,3,4; FB JV 2; Sp. Sprinters 2; In. Swim. 3; Intra. SB 1;
Intra. Spts. Comm. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; March. Band 1,2,3,4; Pep
Band 1,2,3,4; Ger. Band 2,3; Band Pres. 2,3; Sdt. Conductor 2;
Orch 1,2,3; ROTC 2,3,4; 1st Lt. 4; Pit. Ldr. 4; Frosh Dance 1;
SH Dance 2; Prom Chairman 3; Inaug. Ball 3,4; Sweetheart
Swing 4; SA Budget 3; Ath. Council Chairman 3; Welfare
Comm. 3; Sp. Trains 3; Talent Assemb. 3; Boys State, Lt.
Governor 3; Ex. Day 3.

VIRGINIA RUTH REINHARDT
"Ginger"
Memphis, Tennessee
"Just being happy is a fine thing to do, looking on the bright
side rather than the blue"
Sock 'n Buskin 4; VB 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,4; Maiorette 4; Pep
Club 1,2,3,4; Orch. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Noon Cho. 3,4; Clinic
Assist. 3; Sr. Pic. 4.
DON E. RENTFROW
"Don"
Brownsville, Texas
"The greatest men are those who do the greatest kindnesses."
VP Std. Assist. 2; "Our Gal Sal" 2; Pep Rally MC 4; Band 1,2.

RAMO",! REYES III
"Grillo"
Panama, R. De P.
"Why worry about trouble, he'll get along. His hopes are high
as his legs are long."
Letterman Club 2,3,4; FB 4; BkB 3,4; BB 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4;
ROTC Corp. 4.
JOHN NORTON REYNOLDS III
"John"
Fort Sam Houston, Texas
"He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often,
and Inved much."
SA Rep. 4; SA Alt. 3; "Star Wagon" 4; Parrakeet 4; "Bridge
Club Vice Pres. 4; BkB 4; ROTC Capt. 4; Co. "A" Cmdr. 4;
RifleWTeam 4; Drill Team 4; Prom 3; Sweetheart Swing 4.

RICHARD L. RICHTER
"Rick"
Davenport, Iowa
"There's only one thing better than the man who gets behind
and pushes and that's the man who gets in front and pulls."
"In Old Vienna" 1; Flight 2; Letterman Club 3,4; FB 1,3;
Track 1,2; Hi-Y 2; Booster Club 1,2; Band 2; March. Band 2;
Mix Chorus 1,2; Frosh Boys Glee Club 1; ROTC M/Sgt. 4; Rifle
Team 3,4; 2nd Best Sqd. Field Night 3; Sr. Gift 4; Jr. Ring 3;
Letterman Prog. Comm. Chairman 4.


EMILY RILEY
"Tony"
Dorchester, Massachusetts
"What care I how tall I be, all the world looks up to me."
GAA 2,3,4; Usher Club 2; BkB All Stars 1,2; VB 2,3,4; SB
All Stars 2,3; Water Ballet 2; Pep Club 2; Cho;us 2; Office
Assist. 2.
FOY H. ROBERTS
"Bushrod"
Gilbertown, Alabama
"A man with a good disposition and kind heart will always
have friends."
"Star Wagon" 4.
MILTON M. RODRIGUEZ
"Milt"
Havana, Cuba
"My mind lets go a thousand things, like dotes of wars and
deaths of I-.' "
"Star Wagon" 4; Chess Club 1,2, Pres. 3,4; UN Club 3,4,
Pres. 4; Astron. Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; Span. Club 2,3, Treas. 4;
NHS 4; Debate Club 4; Sock 'n Buskin 4; Lab. Assist. 3; Sr.
Week 4.
ADELA ROSENZWEIG
"Ady"
Bogota, Colombia
"A merry heart moketh a cheerful countenance
Sock 'n Buskin Pub. Man. 3; Stamp Club 2; BkB 2; Office
Assist. 2.
KATHI RYAN
"Yo-Yo"
Rockford, Illinois
"The great hope of society is individual character"
Hornet 3; Hive 3; FBLA 3; Quill & Scroll 3; SB 3; Jr. Assemb.
Speech 3; Pep Club 3; Office Assist. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Usher
Club 4; Sock 'n Buskin 4.
MARGARET ADRIENNE SADLER
"Margie"
Atlanta, Georgia
"Most agreeable of all companions s one who loves life and
understands the use of it"
Sec'y 1,2; GAA 4; BkB All Stars 1,3; VB All Stars 4; SB 3;
BkB 3; Chorus 1,2,4; Lab. Assist. 4; Office Assist. 4; Grad.
Marshal 4; Sr. Pic. 4; Girls State 3.
LILI S. SANSON
"ZiZicita"
Santiago De Veraquas, Panama, R. De P.
"She's quiet and demure, but, get her going and you're never
sure "
Span. Club 3; Bridge Club 4; Cam. Club 1,4; Tab. Ten. 3;
SB 2; BkB 1; Pep Club 4; Fash. Sh. 1; Sr. Gr. Pic. 4.

ANITA L. SCHNEIDER
"Neetie"
Colon, R. De P.
"Good nature is a sign of a large and laughing heart,"
Cam. Club 1; VB 1,4; SB 1; BkB 1; Pep Club 1,2; Fash S..
1,2,3; Get Aq. Dance 4; Cards & Announcements 4; Girls
State 3.
EDWARD WILLIAM SCOTT
"Tinker"
Panama, R. De P.
"It is not rank, nor wealth, nor state, but the get-up-and-go
that makes a man great."
Pres. 1; SA Rep. 3; SA Alt. 1; 'Two Crooks and a Lady" 1;
Letterman Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; FB JV 1, Var. 2,3,4; BkB JV 1,
Var. 2,3,4; BB 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Water Polo 2,3,4; Bowling 4;
ROTC 2,3,4; 2nd Lt. 4; SH Dance 2; Frosh Dance MC 1; Jr.
Ring 3; Sr. Gift 4; Letterman Banq. 3,4; Xmas Pageant Nar-
rator 4; Sweetheart Swing MC 4.
JAMES H. SELBY
"Jim"
Colon, R. De P.
"Oh, why must life all labor be, when there's so much to do
and see!"
Letterman Club 3,4; Chess Club 1; FB JV 1, Var. 2,3,4; BkB
JV 1, Var. 3,4; Track 2,3,4; ROTC Pfc. 2; King of Hearts 4;
Xmas Dance 3; Comm. Chest, Chairman 4; FB Dance 4; Sweet-
heart Swing 4; FB "Hardest Working" Trophy 1;
Hearts 4.








Senior Directory


WILLIAM RALPH SELLERS
"Ralph"
Winnsburo, Louisiana
"Iiats what .e do or so but ,ht ,e are thrt measures
cuir wcfth "
Pres. 2; SA Rep. 1; BkB 2.
CARRIE M. SHARPENSTEEN
"Little Sharpy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I nl wsh to live m, hie, and find my heart in insw n with
ol] rn. lkr nd
Stamp Club 1,2; Span. Club 2; SB 2; Pep Club 1,2; Girls
State 3.
ELIZABETH ANN SHAW
"Tita"
Mexico City, Mexico
"Happy go lucky, devil may are, on tie go, going every-
\Ohe' e "
"The Medium" 3; "Stage Door" 3; The Scoop 2,3; SB 1,2;
Speech Contest 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Flag Twirler 4; Chorus 3;
Fash. Sh. 2; Sigma Delta Epsilon Soro. 3,4.
WILLIAM J. SHERIDAN
"Bill"
South Bend, Indiana
"Well-timed silence has rruj rrre t.:( elilnci than speech "
CARMEN MERCEDES SMITH
"Cairm"
Ancon, Ccnal Zone
"A .-i'' i I mixture of m sr iSv r\' thing that's terrific
SA Air 2, Span Club 2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; VB 1,2; BkB 1,2;
t SB 2; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 1; Sp. Cho. 1; Band 2,3,4; Orch.
3,4; Band Queen 3; Frosh Picnic 1; Sh. Case 3; Prom 3; Girls
State 3; Band Party 3.
DIANA YAMILE SOLIS
"Diana"
Panama, R. De P.
"Her cheerful manner and rather siy grin are only two of her
many ni e ways
Span. Club 3,4; Bridge Club 4; Fash. Sh. 2.
HAROLD SORRELL
"Whispers"
EUiot, Mississippi
"Mtst oan)b:xdy -on carr' the bl but t takes a man to
block "
Letterman Club 2,3,4; FB 2,3,4; BkB 2,3,4; All Zone FB 3,4;
Hon. FB Capt 4; Xmas Dance 3.
JO ANNE SORRELL
"Jo"
Elliot, Mississippi
"Loveiist wck of the Great Author, the edition is perfect
and no man should be without a rcpy
"Ides of March" 1; "Curtain Going Up" 2; "Sunday Cost
Five Pesos" 3; Little Theatre 1,2; Sock 'n Buskin 4; Ref. Club
2; VB 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,3,4; SB 1,2; Swimming 1,2; Pep Club
1,2,3,4; Flag Twirler 4; Libr. Assist. 1; Office Assist. 2; Fash.
Sh. 1,2,3; Grad. Usher 3; FB Queen 4; Sweetheart Swing 4;
Sing. Vol. 3.
AL SPRAGUE
"Al"
Colon, R. De P.
"He that is slow to onqer is of a particular greatness "
ROTC Sgt. 4; Track 1,4; Water Polo 3.
DIANE C. STAPLES
"Di"
Washington, D. C.
"Tall, stately, and fair to behold, a wonderful girl if all be
told "
SA Alt. 4; Parrakeet 3,4, Editor 4; UN Club 3; Ref. Club 2;
NHS 3,4, Sec'y 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; NSPA 3,4; Fash. Sh. 1; NHS
Assemb. 4; Grad. Usher 3; Frosh Picnic 1; Cap & Gown 4;
Chairman of Drives 4; Girls State, Attn. Gen. 3.
KATHLEEN MARGARET STEINER
"Kathy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Women are enthusiastic about what they talk of, and en-
thusiasm makes one talk freely "
Cam. Club 2; Pep Club 1,2; Office Assist. 1,3,4; Clinic Assist.
3,4; Fash. Sh. 1,2,4; Grad. Usher 3.


JANET WILMA STOCKHAM
"Janet"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"S'e h;;: d.i'c tl'L ,erk cOf o true wCmnr--crowsn her, h-inor
or. aii' 1.r' Ir'"

SA Rep. 3; Sec'y 3; SA Sec'y 4; Little Theatre Banq. 1;
Frosh Mask 1; "The Ides of March" 1; "Beauty and the Beef"
2; Pep Club 1; Bond Majorette 1; Chorus 1; Sp. Cho. 1; Band
2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Orch. 3; Sdt. Conductor 2; March. Band
2,3,4; NSPA 3; Frosh Picnic 1; SH Dance 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. Chair-
man 3; Inauq. Ball 3,4; Band Party Chairman 2; SA Budget 3;
Girls State 3; GS Hosp. Aid Chairman 3; NHS Speech 4; Ex.
Day 3,4; Bus. Man. 4; Banq. Bugle 3,4; Span. Club 2; Sock 'n
Buskin 3,4; Prog. Chairman 4; FTA 3,4, Pres. 4; NHS 3,4,
Treas. 4; ZONIAN 3,4; Awards Day Chairman 4.


DIXIE LEE STOUDNOR
"Little Hic"
Ancon, Canal Zone
7. i i* it: s tier


,onalty is ad-


"Man Trap for Mother" 1; "Glamour Boy" 1; "Beauty and
the Beef" 2; "Showdown at Sawtooth" 2; Little Theatre Banq.
1; Frosh Mask 1; Sock 'n Buskin 4; Usher Club 4; Bridge Club
Treas., Sec'y 4; "Trojan Women" 3; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 1;
Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; March. Band 2,3,4; Talent Assemb.
3; Grad Usher 3; Frosh Dance 1; Frosh Picnic 1; SH Dance 2;
Xmas Dance 3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Red Feather Dr. 3; Cards &
Announcement 4; Girls State 3.
RUTH IDA STRAUS
"Idie"
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"An armiable mi v.d" a happy disposition
Parrakeet Bus. Staff 2; Usher Club 1,2; Ref. Club 1,2; GAA 4;
Swimming 1,2,3,4; VB 1,2, All Stars 3,4; SB 1,2,3; BkB 1,2,4;
Water Ballet 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Libr. Assist. 1; Clinic Assist.
2; Frosh Picnic 1; Cap & Gown 4; Girls State 3.
JOHN H. STUCCHIO, JR.
"Newk"
PAULA D. SULLIVAN
"Sullie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Fll of vim, i: end a th, st's why ',e love her so'"
SA Alt. 2,3,4; ZONIAN 4; GAA 4; Sock 'n Buskin 4; Ref.
Club 1,2; VB 2,4; SB 1,2; BkB 1,2,3; Spt. Award 2,3; Pep Club
1,2; Chorus 1,2; Sp. Cho. 1; SH Dance 2; Vis. Day 2; Sing. Val.
2; Sh. Case Chairman 2; Jr. Ring 3; Sr. Week Chairman 4;
Girls State Lt. Governor 3; GS Luncheon Chairman 4.
LOUISE A. TATE
"Louise"
Panama, R. De P.
"And ne'er dd -Gre-ian hel trace a Nymph, a Naiad, or a
Groae of finer f rm or Icve ier fae"
SA Rep. 1,3; Sec'y 2; "Swing Fever" 2; Pep Club 1,2; Hon.
Major Battn. ROTC Sponsor 4; Vol. Court 3; Prom Court 3;
Hon. Track Capt. 3; Track Court 4; Sr. Week 4; ROTC Dance
4; Awards Ball 4; Jr. Ring 3.
FRANCES ANITA THOMPSON
"Tommy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A heart sincere, a pleasant smile, makes her friendship
most worthwhile,"
SA Alt. 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Debate Club 4; FNA 3,4; VB 2,3,4;
SB 2; Fash. Sh. 1; Grad. Usher 3.
BARBARA YVONNE THRIFT
"Barboo"
Wenatchee, Washington
"Always: IN 'ways neot forever nice, forever weet "
Parrakeet Bus Staff 3,4; VB 1,2; SB 1,2; Pep Club 1; Orch.
1,2,3,4; Caff. Assist. 2; Fash. Sr. 4; Soph. Assemb. 2; Soph.
Dance 2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Drives 4.
DAVID DOBBS TUCKER
"Dave"
Atlanta, Georgia
"Always full of fun and folly, always jlking, always jolly"
ZONIAN 4; FB 3,4; ROTC M/Sgt. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Intra.
BkB 3; Boys State 3.








Senior Directory


LIA VICTORIA URRUTIA
"Lia"
Panama, R. De P.
"ChCrcm seits t i t J rT,; i 'inS thi rr. 'rk "
Span. Club 3,4; Chess Club 1,2; Chorus 4.
ANGELA VALENTINE
"Angie"
St. Petersburg, Florida

"Star Wagon" 4; Span. Club 2; Usher Club 1,2; Sock 'n Bus-
kin 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; BkB 2,3,4; SB 2; VB 2,3; Tennis 3;
Camp. Assemb. 2; Queen of Hearts Court 4; Frosh Dance 1;
Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2.


JANETH VICKY VINTON
"Budgy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
A s'. t t d I c i -


glcry in her


"George Washington's Birthday" 1; ZONIAN 3,4, Assoc. Edi-
tor 4; Banq. Bugle 3,4; NHS 4; Cam. Club 1; Stamp Club Sec'y
2; Span. Club 2,3; Sock 'n Buskin 3,4; FTA 3,4, Sec'y 4; Bridge
Club 4; ZONIAN Ad Sell. 4; "The Trojan Women" 3; Pep
Club 1; Chorus 1; Sp. Cho. 1; Band 2,3,4; Noon Orch. 3,4; Pep
Band 3,4; March. Band 2,3,4; NSPA 3; SH Dance 2; Prom 3;
Cards & Announcements 4; Girls State 3.
PATRICIA MARGARET WADE
"Pat"
Livingston, Montana
"For the e\e i- so j:. r b, n.',g, \?.i'd ne',r think of the
mischief sihe's diresn,
Sock 'n Buskin 3,4; Usher Club 4; Forensic Society 1,2; Nat.
Forensic League 1,2; GAA 1; Modern Dance 1; Script L 1;
Block L 2.
DEAN L. WASHBURN
"Deano"
Rennsalaer, Indiana
'Men are the ucse ,: C !i.in? cc-h cther."
SC HR Pres. 2; Letterman Club 2,3; BB 3,4; FB 3,4; Track 2;
Tennis 1,2; Golf 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Office Assist. 1 ROTC
Cadet 2; Sgt. 4; Assist. Sqd. Ldr. 4; Sp. Glee Club 1,2.
KENNETH RAY WHEELER
"Ken"
Colon, R. De P.
"To play football, to g, and to be al around
in everything, is to be
AHS SC 1,2; Pres. 3,4; Span. Club 1,2; Vice Pres 2; Block A
Club 2,3; Letterman Club 4; FB 2,3,4; Track 2; Orientation 2,3;
Prom & Banq. Chairman 3; Boys State Governor 3; Delegate to
Boys Nation 3.
EMILY LOLA WILKINSON
"Bunny"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Friendlins is its hI Inte to ( good personality,"
SA Alt. 3; "Star Wagon" 4; "Down in the Volley" 3; Debate
Club 4; FTA 4; UN Club 3,4; FNA 3; Usher Club 1,2,3,4; Sock
'n Buskin 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Chorus 2,3,4; Sp. Cho. 2,3,4; Elks
Cho. 2,3,4; Libr. Assist. 3; Fash. Sh. 2; Span. CIb. Assemb. 2;
Grad. Usher 3; Red Cross Dr. 2; Orp. Drive 2,3.
BILLY CHARLES WINFORD
"Whimp"
Nashville, Tennessee
"Men of few vord, are f t.n li, best men'
ROTC 1.
MICHAEL WITKIN
"Mike"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"He who seizes the eppr it uie rnment is the best man,"
SA Alt. 4; NHS 4; Span. Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Orch 1,2;
Chorus 1; Band Treas. 4; Lab. Assist. 3; ROTC Sgt. 2,3; Frosh
Picnic 1; Band Repairs Chairman 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr. Gift
Chairman 4.


JAMES L. DES LONDES
"Jim"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The m r vit o r sad sr- e cr'd srr.;-t-n rrnners will find

SA Alt. 3; Parrakeet Bus. Staff 3; Letterman Club 3,4; Cam.
Club 1,2; FB JV 1,2; Swimming 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Winner 1953
High School Golf Tourn. 2; Bond 1,2,3,4; Orch. 1,2; ROTC Corp.
2; Frosh Picnic 1; Joint Band Con. 3.


WILLIAM J. HATCHETT
"Midget"
Macon, Georgia
'A hill rnrsnsens no, and then is iclsi


d by the wisest


men.
"Beauty and the Beef" 2; Letterman Club 3,4; Swimming
2,3,4; Band 3; Chorus 1; ROTC Pfc. 2; Frosh Picnic 1.
ANN MARIE KELLER
"Annie"
Santa Rosa, California
A "-.;r rig Icsse f. t ; o fi. .; vr both girl and

VB 1,2,3,4; BkB 1,2,4; SB 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Flag Twirler 4;
Chorus 2,3,4; Sp. Cho. 2,3; Office Assist. 2,3; Clinic Assist. 1,2;
Fash. Sh. 2,4; Sp. Assemb. 4.
ALLEN LOWRIE, JR.
"Alien"
Washington, D. C.
"It's my Ife, I I ve it rd I ive it "
SA Rep. 2; Span. Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 2,3; Soccer JV 1;
SB 2; BkB 1; Pep Club 4; Fash Sh. 1; Sr. Gr. Pic. 4.
Var. 2; Track JV 1,2,3; International Club 2,3.
MELVA N. PINZON
"Melva"
Panama, R. De P.
"A gocd lough Is sunsh in the house."
BEATRIZ POLLERI
"Bea"
Montevideo, Uruguay
'Pep, Fur:h, end persnrtS."
JAMES S. KRAEMER
"Stanberry"
Fort Worth, Texas
"I cm rse, rT m (oW .,n rnmj der "
PAT ALLEN
"Pat"
Chattanooga, Tennessee
"W\Ihci your Iriosul' is, ftere is yioir heart niso"
SA Rep. 3; VB 1,2; SB 1,2; BkB 1,2; Office Assist. 1,2,3;
Frosh Dance Chairman 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 1,2; SH Dance 2;
Jr. Ring 3.
SIRA ELENA MILIANI
"Sira"
Milano, Italy
"P i ur n m n r s d n1 r th spirit"
NOT PICTURED
VICTOR BROWN
"Vic"
Miami, Florida
Lab. Assist. 4; Astron. Club Pres. 4.
RENATE DICKMANN
"Renate"
Hannover, Germany
ALISON HEATH
"Alissa"
Louisville, Kentucky
FTA 3; Fr. Club 3; Latin Club 1,2.
RACHEL ANNE STRICKLAND
"Anne"
Knoxville, Tennessee
Bowling Club 1; Dance Club 1; Prom 3.












NOR


GRADUATES


An honor graduate must have at least a B average for his 4 years in high
school.

As a good school citizen he: (1) complies with all rules and regulations,
(2) is cooperative and courteous at all times, (3) is punctual and reliable.

Congratulations to these students who have the honor of wearing a white
tassel at graduation as an indication of fulfilling these regulations so well.


Pat Allen
Etilvia Arjona
Frances Brandl
Roselene Briceno
Jay Clemmons
Margaret Cleve
Judith Crosby
Mary Curtis
Peggy Donovan
Daniel Eggleston
Becky Esser
Jo Ann Euper
Martha Hackett
Diane Hannigan
Shirley Horned
Patricia Hattler
Allison Heath
Enrique Ho
James Hotz
Michael


Edward Kirchmier
Steven Laidlaw
Beth Little
William Lewis
Allen Lowrie
Alba Martinez
Rosa McGarr
John Perantie
Shirley Ransom
Ellen Rathman
James Reece
Milton Rodriguez
Margaret Sadler
Edward Scott
Diane Staples
Janet Stockham
Lia Urrutia
Janeth Vinton
Pat Wade
Witkin


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JAMES WATSON
President


KEN MORRIS
Vice President


JUDY ENGELKE
Secretary


TOP ROW--Let to right: C Somson. P Adams, M Musser, L Jones. B Abell, M Stevenson. A Strickland. V Donner. K Barlo,.
Coppenhaver, G Lombano, F Wise, P Pennington. G McGriff. D Metager SECOND ROW R TropnEll. C Miller. M Kelly. C
ROW: M Eborenz E Voss, M Brunton. J Peterson. M Icke H Glenn N Simon G Mendez. M Lewi,. J. SigI S Gilbert. C
Ascarraga, P Molyneaus. H Greene. A Smith FOURTH ROW K Roberts. M Girard. M Herrera, I Abad,. Y Amar, C Toussieh
N Purdy FIFTH ROW R Cas. R Smith, C Robinson, E Clifford. J Doran B Edmondson, J Winklosky, D Grassau. J Barr
Perkins. R Griffilh. R Toolhman, B McMath, W Young, L Dobrowski. T Alexander, C Bouza. R Wright T Sheffield G Durfee.
D WnloIky, J Wood, E. Larsen, B Strump), G Moreno. C Compagnani. E Chiar. A Rodan.che, L Arosemeno, J Smith. R Rennie
Fallon, M Follemboum, R Fernandez, L. Estenoz, E. ValeI, M Kocher, C Ashley. J. Benson E Ford, J Galloway. 0 Sutherland, J


Juniors


MR. JEFFREY
Class Sponsor


MR. MYERS
Assistant Sponsor


C Donner. R Hensler. S Paterson. A Moreno. L Urriolo. V Cosiro S Green. J Orr B Farbman, P. Foiles, J. Degenaar, 8.
Corn D Bleakley, L Harr.s S Mjnagon M Marshall. A Br.n M Archbald R Urriola M Gorrido, S. Mills, N. Mendieta. THIRD
Vormnver J Hughe- H Bishop N Psaomanre H Circh J Bar'3. J Engelie R Coaco, K. Ott, E. Kent, J. Molyneaux, Y.
R Bleih H N.Ia D Jeniins V R(rnolds J Mao G Mlllor. L Jccbit C Poranir. G Mullarkey, P. Tubbs, E. Kirchner, D. Jacobs,
B Hamilon B Dolan. N Linfori M Tolor W Wall. L Bartifr G Aloradd B Caldwell. SIXTH ROW: H. Schneider, R.
C Hearon R vWill- A ShEmr.oad i Chalmers D Behar. C Nap er. H Norton B Fcoron SEVENTH ROW: R. Hoyden, J. Pustis,
R Chao J Farrell J Waio.n D Drcnnan J Flo-.er L Wood P Borsrcdc C Snse EIGHTH ROW: R. Laatz, B. Thomas, M.
Stevens J Carlin L Reycs. L Prospdr. R Miad K Fullerton. K Morris



































JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE-Lfcli o right L Harr, L Jones. J Sig N
Pasomontc E Klchinrr. Chourman, j Sulhcrlond F Wise D Drennan D
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JUNIOR SENIOR PROM COM.TITTE[ LrlL Io rlqht Ilri ro G Mullar, c
B Abcll,'L Jarob% J Mao r.A Marshall J Dqcaooi 2 ld re- T Alctondcr
C Pironli, V Rcinlld K MP.r,,r D Bchor jld io- B Hamillon J Pusll
B Dolan. J W,nl,,lhr. C Hcrono,


SEPTEMBER 9-Eleven down and one to
go. We are almost out of B.H.S. and yet
it seems impossible.
SEPTEMBER 28-Today we elected nothing
but the best for an executive staff; we
chose James Watson, President; Ken Mor-
ris. Vice President, and Judy Engelke, Sec-
retary.
OCTOBER 1-Still can't get started on all
that homework All right, Mr. Vosburgh,
tonight I will do all my English.
OCTOBER 2-Well I did most of it, Mr.
Vosburgh Oh' Not the 3 00 Club again!
I wasn't talking
DECEMBER 16-Wow' Tonight is the night
of nights' our Christmas Formal. Queen
Virginia I will reign, and she looks like
good competition for Hollywood.
DECEMBER 23-Our class rings are here!
Look, everybody, aren't they just the most
beautiful rings that you ever saw in your
ielc' Look at them, don't you wish you had

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one? Yes, but prizes like these are only for
the class of '57 and none other.
JANUARY 13-At last it's Friday, even
though it is the 13th. No deaths, no acci-
dents, but tomorrow is Saturday and we
can sleep late.
APRIL 20-Tonight is the Junior-Senior
Banquet. Come on everybody, let's enjoy
ourselves tonight.
MAY 4-Tonight is the night that every
Junior and Senior has been waiting for all
year. It is the Junior-Senior Prom. How
about seeing everybody there. Don't be
afraid to ask her, the worst thing that she
can say is, "No."
JUNE 6-Whew! Final exams ended today.
What a relief.
JUNE 8-When it comes to the end of a
wonderful year, it is hard to leave the por-
tals of B.H.S. One thing is certain, this
has been a year that we will always remem-
ber. Best of all, next year we will be
SENIORS!


JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE-Left, front to roer: P. Tubbs, Chair-
mon; M. Eberenz, 1. Abadi, P. Pennington, P. Foiles, D. Bleoklcy, M. Kocher.
Right, front to rcor: K. Roberts, H. Critch, R. Btesh, B. Strumpf, J. Doran,
N. Linfors, J. Watson, D. Winklosky. Camera shy: W. Young.



JUNIOR CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE-Left to right, 1st row: C. Tous-
sieh, M. Musser, M. Girard. 2nd row: M Kelly, D. Metzger, G. Miller, Chairman;
D. Jenkins, D, Jacobs, S. Turner. 3rd row: J. Galloway, J. Flowers, D. Wright,
B. Feoron.







Sophomores


TERRY CORRIGAN
President


DON RYTER
Vice President


TOP ROW-Left to r.qht J Laoler J Barnes M Re.monn H Adams F Paige D M.Iler D Jones K Bradv S Toalor C Herr
ROW N Rayboulni M Dre E Trhkoa M Trosr V L.,ngsron S Sasso M VonZondt R Gandy S Dulnnng R Head D Young
mond E Oloar. M Moreno. B CIo.o I Fuller L Tnniend THIRD POW E McLaughlin D Ruii vrr B aB,'hop h Cuonour
Methenv L Pearl S L.ght R Duke D Srnngcr N Thelrell J M.cCaughl, C Z.,kman B CoaLe HM:bervI Furd, M. Smth
Mykland E. Domerou, C Liposrc E Arbogast F Bauchmon M L Jordan A Ludd, E Koan Lo ngmore L Smith 5 Pa.ge,
J Galloway C McGritf M Crook R Pr.csv C Loolz R Boade G K,,kland B Boliacln J Rodriju,:z Hazroa E Sharpe
J Esslngcr H Br.d SIXTH ROW C Mcqggcr A Frong.on. E .hahbun R MIion L S.,Lcl B H.]l:ie. H Cur'dI 9 B iba3ra
J Entebe, I Clare L Masttllar F Dube SEVENTH ROW F MIllcr I Mann V D.poic.] L Spauld.ng C k'amr-. J Tro.-ei
L Guizado, R Egglceson C L-.es 5 Schrorder B Sob P Sao,'n H Nash W Fullman R Keicrlr EIGHTH ROW C Adair D
hofer R Toledano D Rondel. E Amcglio P Hurst F Harley. C Cambia J Zardon T WHgg.n, C &omrnmmck S ClEmmons


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AMY LUDDY
Secretary


MR. BARKOWITZ
Class Sponsor


E. Ashley, G. McCullough, M. Wickman, K. Magnuson, J. Tribe, M. Smith, F. Skinner, P. Rosser, P. Cowl, D. Hutchinson. SECOND
C. Hackett, K. Monogan, C. McCarthy, E. Allen, S. Fawcett, G. Walls, A. Field, M. Greene, S. Mable, M. Lovalle, V. Rhoads, L. Ray-
S. Parsons, J. Dimpfl, S. Johansson, S. Nelson, M. Smith, H. Wakefield, D. Rose, V. Quiros, S. Canos, E. Maduro, L. Burillo, S.
L. Papazion, D. Chan, P. Larrinoga, D. Aydelkop. FOURTH ROW: S. Forbman, G. Simon, G. Slice, J. Ainsworth, M. Duke B. Betz-
L. Dew, J. Eglinton, J. Dunn, M. Williams, N. Hughes, J. Munroe, M. Adams, S. Schneider, L. Cesar. FIFTH ROW: C. Toothman,
W. LeBlanc, J. Grubbs, D. Williams, C. Mostellari, G. Cosco, J. Dubois, L. Llones, O. Nunez, T. Tubbs, J. Curtis, L. Wang, D. Duran,
A. Nahmad, H. Adams, S. Sitton, P. Bennet, L. Beckley, D. Roberts, D. Ryter, C. Valentine, F. Townsend, G. Gianatasio, P. Morris,
Chalmers, C. Chose, C. Jackson, D. Tate, C. Douglas, W. Bunch, J. Chase, J. Fuqua, V. Avila, R. Cosiro, P. Delegado, G. Medina,
Pascuol, J. Brunton, J. Marshall, B. Sander, B. Kennedy, D. Reece, J. Lovelady, G. Barbier, N. Pederson, E. Maduro, B. Scott, B. Kiel-
B. Claxton, T. Webb.


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SEPTEMBER 9-Still in the bottom half,
but a little wiser in the ways of the B.H.S.
world, we enter the portals for another
long grind.
SEPTEMBER 28-A day of decision! After
the final tally we had elected Terry Corri-
gan, Don Ryter, and Amy Luddy to lead
us in our activities through the year.
JANUARY 6-We came! We saw! We
conquered! The Freshman Class, that is,
at the Frosh-Soph Frolic. We broke tradi-
tion by electing Billie Sue Spencer the first
frolic queen. After games and athletic
events, the scene shifted to the Balboa
Swimming Pool, where Al Nahmad and his
committee had planned an evening we all
enloyed.
JANUARY 23, But, Dad, I really studied for
m) mid-year exams! I can't understand
how I got this "D"!
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MARCH 2-Come one! Come all! to the
Sadie Hawkins Dance! Our first try at
putting on a dance is a huge success, and
we crown Gerry Simon and Bud Curdts as
Daisy Mae and L'il Abner. Mary Hebert
and her committee deserve our thanks for
a never-to-be-forgotten night.
JUNE 6-After sleepless nights from burn-
ing the midnight oil, we take our last final
exam. Some of us are wondering, "Will
we ever get to be Juniors?"
JUNE 8-So soon? It seems like two days
ago we were scared little Freshmen, and
like only yesterday that we came back as
not-so-scared Sophomores, expecting a year
full of fun and work, and we got it. Never
again can we be called underclassmen,
we're Juniors now!


SADIE HAWKINS ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE-Left to right: A.
Nahmad, B. Spencer, M. Hebert, over-all Chairman; D. Randel, A. Luddy,
M. Smith.


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gan, G. Barbier, S. Taylor, A. Nahmoad
D. Ryter.


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Dimptl. B Crore J Mann. L Parson,


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to right: C. Chose, B. Halvosa, T. Corri-
Chairman; C. Herr, J. Lawler, A. Luddy,


SADIE HAWKINS PUBLICITY COMMITTEE-Left to right: S. Paige, G.
McCullough, J. Trower, B. Crowe, D. Tate.


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Winners of the boys' relays.


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Freshmen


Freshmen


CHARLES FRENCH
President


BILL BRUNNER
Vice President


RONNIE DAHLHOFF
Secretary


MR. CHARLES CASE
Sponsor


FIRST ROW-Lef to right I Brooks E Siemcn M Word. J Hoaz G [El P Flaraou N Clarl B Proker P P.iorgan S Barre
A Haskcll R Dahlholl G Rc.chcl R Turlinqlon M Parkrc K Z.mmirmon SECOND ROW 0 W,nstcad I cBrg R Bor-n. C Hol.
B Ford K Anker N Bouchman B Brown I Harklcrood R Ructs L McG.nn I Pool K Knrcl A Fa.rch,ld I Jennson S Van
Guitrarre B Cameron N Grnmcs S Snider J Moalnc M Picrce S Fguera J Camcron L K.dd S McKov J Adk.ns A
C Dortman, M Howe P Alien S Burns L Rogers FOURTH RO' S TlIlman, E Garhar C Do., L J.nci G Sgl M C.acro
R Durlling R Terco. A Varcla S Crul V Wacnvrcl G McGinn E Cardcn M Miller C Eqlicv.,n G Gohorn BOYS FRONT
C Sucre G 0 Sull,.on W Borert J Morrs H Spector J Snodqg.o-a S Ro.,i H Barker L Thomptoan B Kirkland B WRAlli3C
Sadlcr D Bro.nc. D Jenk.ni J Ortz A Pcrez L Gundcrscn B Johnson R Mc.pk.r,s 1 G.,d.r, C Fre:r, h B MP,...II B OBii:ri
Revlla J Moreno R E.cn B Holt SIXTH ROW B Hale D E.icnmonn C Dlnion J Boll Z Bricnron R Lo u W F.rr.: L Ear,
J Millr F Rmcero. J Hamcll R Harrell f Spoar J Barr B Sorrcl, B Dkc. S Tous..,h S[LrE NTH ROw J Word C Peor:on
T Durlce W Rogers B W.ll.omi. N Conhom, J Crawford L Bolcr. J Wdlbur S wlon D Lao.rnce D Tcrr, E Valcn.ne


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V Mdn. Mo Garcia E Jacobron MP Do.ning R Rogers I D.nz P Var Der Dili. H MendEz H Mrggeri. A Rigg. Z Figuero
gertron S ArndalE M Cho;i M Fields M Walton B Perra R Vargai MMoMC S5 Magee G Fredrick M Claycomb, G Endoroa
Di Pu I; J S.anchez 5 Sodlki V Brnnci K M.lc.lnroao E Barnharr L Riv:- 5 Dc.ort P Kelly I Pena THIRD ROW L
Portir M.1 V-ol B V.,h: E MCNc.,l B H,:I.rrn C D.mpl. E boari. J BEcbt S Mar.nc, B Fortune P Vori.rmccr M Mullenol.
L Tovi,r K Dc...c J Kninnr A A C.d N Mdd.icin N L,r, S BO, h S Crumbi, A Tio.a J Clore N Durling S Waoton.
ROW--Leli I., ,.gh, R Br..n,: B tunn.cul L KIrkland D Sh,.c L Odenz A Ruodriguz T Malcolm N Mussr T. Dayl.
P Col.i, J Bodir. J Hicrn B Bunncr G Coirr., F Lic.. FIFTH ROv. D D0 L.;.ndci A OLcor EI Suarez D Brown. D
F Br.d A Loao;;.- R Shuir T Ac'.bli C K.-mco. E Cholupa w Alrn R Fabcgo J Gidcldn P PEnti,ow J Engelke, A
mon R BIodti P Umb.qr,:. F Abll K r..rn L Bakir M S:hich A Arzcarro a L Mart.rcil. C Hill D Sull.Ian. D Kmsel
G Mc Ml M, Nahmri.d Hlh:.rl F Co;ragon I Rc,nuldr H" Lo-.,.ndri D Andr.on 0 Hoartlc. J Frnnk R Chari. B Scott,
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and we entered high school at last. New
lockers, new teachers, new friends.

OCTOBER 21-An A, two B's and a C. Oh
boy, the "B" honor roll. Dear me, a B, two
C's and a D. Better start improving.

JANUARY 6-Defeated but delighted at
the fun-filled Freshman-Sophomore Frolic.
Afterwards, the swimming party, highlighted
by the crowning of our pretty Queen Ronnie
Dahlhoff, was a grand success.


FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE--st row, left to right: M. Field, A. Has-
kell, L. Hinkle, J. Hotz. 2nd row: J. Morris, H. Fenny, S. Devore, C. Kiomco,
J. Godsey.


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JANUARY 18-Oh, those semester exams!
Freshmen, like upperclassmen, scratch their
heads over first semester tests.
JANUARY 28-What a picnic!!! Hot dogs,
balloons, prizes. Sharon Devore and Myra
Fields as co-chairmen of the committee
really put out a lot of effort. No picnic
was ever like this.
JUNE 8-Good-bye Seniors. We'll be back
as old timers next year and make Balboa
High School better than ever.

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Pierce, A. Haskell. 2nd row: L. Eastman, T. Days, S. Devore, D. Browne.


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P. Supplee, D. Browne, J. Miller. Camera shy: J. Kitner.


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T. Days. Second row: A. Haskell, M. Pierce, S. Devore. Third row: D.
Ryter, J. Degenoor, R. Barbara, K. Morris, H. Cody. Fourth row: S. Turner,
K. Davis, D. Cotton, P. Tubbs. Fifth row: D. Randel, J. Hotz, J. May,
G. Simon. Sixth row: L. Bateman, J. Clemmons, R. Chon, J. Pustis, E.
Kirchmier, J. Maduro. Not pictured: A. Valentine, B. Brunner, R. Duran,
C. Perantie, M. Price, R. Btesh, M. Smith, O. Nunez, J. Tribe, E. Kirchner,
J. Reynolds, T. Webb.


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NAVIGATOR

Following a week of vigorous campaigning by
the candidates for president and vice president
of the B.H.S. Student Association, an assembly
was held where the student body heard the
promises and platforms of the candidates. In
the election that followed Dick Angstadt was
elected president, with Ronnie Smith vice presi-
dent. Janet Stockham and Becky Esser were ap-
pointed secretaries by Mr. Speir, faculty adviser.
Highlighting the year's activities were dances,
games, assemblies, and welfare projects span.
scored by the S.A.
On. the first day of school the "Get Acquainted
Dance" was held, introducing new students to
old ones. A few weeks later the class officers
and faculty sponsors were announced and intro-
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JANET STOCKHAM BECKY ESSER
Our new S.A. special train carried many stu-
dents across the Isthmus to see the games with
Cristobal and to back our Bulldogs.
The Drive's Committee, headed by Diane
Staples, had their hands full with various activi- W
ties. We hope the orphans who received the gifts
of food, clothing, and toys at Christmas time, -
enjoyed them as much as the students of B.H.S.
enjoyed contributing.
The new Safety Committee, part of the wel-
fare branch of the S.A., was led by Jack Perantie. .


SA IDS
Posters and newspaper articles were provided by
the committee and drawn to the attention of the
student body and the faculty.
Many students received art, sports, scholastic,
and musical awards for their achievements dur- We '
ing the year at the Annual Awards Day Assembly.
Richard Carattini and his committee worked
hard in presenting this year's assemblies. Pep
Rallies, Spanish Club, Fire Prevention, and Cam-
paign and Election assemblies are only a few of ,
them. 1
Student representatives and alternates, elected
by their homerooms, attended the S.A. meetings,
bringing forth ideas and reporting back to their
homerooms the discussions and minutes of each
meeting.
"Oh, isn't our Class President nice-looking?"
"I'm from Maryland, and knew Jane's brother
from California, and now I've met Jane here in
the Canal Zone!"
"That quarter I saved riding on our special
train will buy a couple of sodas."
"This doll is so cute. I'm sure some little girl
will love it."
"The article in last month's Parrakeet on ..c..
safety in the parking lot has relieved many of S. A. ALTERNATES-First row, left to right: B. Betters, W. Boy
the poor drivers!" Sourez. Second row: M. Girard, N. Pederson, M. Marshall, J. Moly
Third row: M. Witkin, S. McKay, C. Dimpfl, J. Livingston. Fourth r
DIRECTORS: J. Perantie, D. Staples, R. Sullivan, P. Hattler, H. Wakefield, M. Bunton. Fifth row: L. Prosp
Carattini. Connor, A. Nohmad, D. Chan. Sixth row: H. Adams, S. Barrett, A. O'
Not pictured: G. Mullarkey, C. Orr, S. Nelson, D. Winklosky, J. G
R. Briceno, B. Abel, D. Staples, R. Perkins, D. Vestal, M. Hebe
Thompson, L. Eastman, D. Wright, C. Hearon.

"Gosh Jim, that's a beautiful football letter!"
"Maybe my art certificate will help my art
work in college."
"Beat 'um Balboa, beat 'um!"
"What do you think of a point system for
B.H.S. We'll have to let the S.A. vote!"
., With these quotes from B.H.S. students we
think the 1955-56 S.A. success speaks for itself.


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C. Kiamco J. Trbc Camera Shy. BrtcnoD M Curri M A Price mod Cha.rman. R Br.ccno Comcra Shr D Angstadi
J. Perantie, Chairman. Camera Sh) R Corariini. Chair.
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COMMITTEE-Lcli
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J Hannigan P Sull,,an,
C Smith. J Vinion. D
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GET ACQUAINTED DANCE COMMITTEE-Left to right: T. Corrigon, B. Connor, B.
Crowe, S. Magee, A. Schneider, G. Miller, D. Wright, S. Hodges, Chairman. Camera
Shy: J. Morris.


SINGING
VALENTINE
COMMITTEE-
Ist row: S. Taylor.
2nd row: G. Lombana,
J Jcnscn, Chairman.
3rd row: J. Ebbs, E.
SR.l~, R. Rcyes. Camera
shv J. Cicero, A. Colvo,
A Do~,dson, D. Hannigon,
D T.cker, R. Dillon.


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INAUGURAL BALL COMMITTEE-Front row, left to right: D. Ryter, S. Moble, J.
Stockham, L. Jacobs, D. Hannigan, Bock row: D. Angstadt, J. Hotz, J. Reece, R. Smith,
B. Esser. Camera Shy: D. Brown.


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DRIVES COMMITTEE-left to right A Field, B Elich. D Winklosky, J
Clemmons, J. Selby.


















PEGGY DONOVAN
Editor


ZONIAN STAFF-Ist row, left to right: S. Ransom, J. Stockham, B. Boyett, E. Kirchner, R. Briceno,
P. Donovan. 2nd row: P. Tubbs, J. Euper, L. Jacobs, C. Orr, G. Mann. 3rd row: P. Hattler, Miss
Matthews, P. Sullivan, A. Martinez, J. Vinton. Not pictured: D. Tucker.


JANETH VINTON
Associate Editor




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"I'd rather have the red and
white cover. Those are the school
colors." "I don't have the pictures
of those Seniors yet. How do you
expect them to appear in the
Zonian?" "But Miss Matthews,
we are going to press February 1 !"
"I don't know how to figure the
way to shrink this picture pro-
portionately. It's 6" by 4" and I
need it 4" by 4"." "I refuse to put
her picture in once more. It is al-
ready on forty-four pages." "We
are going to press on February 1!"
"Peggy, I can't find this boy's pic-
ture. Can I have a cartoon put
in instead?"
Did you hear this as you passed


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the door of Room 116 during sixth
period? It was just your Zonian
Staff hard at work to bring you a
better and bigger Zonian.


MISS MATTHEWS
Sponsor


MR. J. COOK
Financial Adviser


THE BIG FOUR-P. Sullivan, P. Hattler,
G. Mann, S. Ransom.


WORKING HARD?-R. Briceno, B. Boyett,
A. Martinez.


























PARRAKEET STAFF-Ist row, left to right: M. Cleve, O. Sutherland, S. Hodges, M. tiaceu,,
P. Foiles, E. Rathman. 2nd row: M. Herrero, N. Harmon, D. Wright, C. Kilbey, D. Staples,
J. Reynolds. 3rd row: Miss Brigham, E. Kirchmier, R. Dillon.


LOGS



Just listen to the Parrakeet
Staff: "But Miss Brigham, I
proofread that article three
times. There couldn't be six
mistakes."
"Diane, may I please be ex-
cused from my deadline? I've
been so busy, the Junior
Prom . ."
"Have you noticed how Susie
Q stopped wearing jeans and
Joe Doe quit writing on the
desks after my editorial?"
"Who has some idea about
how I can put-Hilda Roper
had the lead in the play until
she broke her leg; then Jeanie
Rogers, her understudy, is ill,
and they still don't have a lead
-all that in a five-word head-
line."
"Miss Brigham, may I inter-
view Clark Gable? The King!"


JOHN REYNOLDS
Associate Editor


Catching up on the latest issue are: C. Kilbey,
E. Kirchmier, N. Harmon, and R. Dillon.


We find S. Hodges, E. Rathman, and M. Hackett
meeting the deadline with a smile.


MISS BRIGHAM
Sponsor




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MR. J. COOK
Financial Adviser







DEFENDING FORCES

The R.O.T.C. under the capable leadership of Cadet
Lt. Colonel Richard W. Angstadt, held a series of
colorful reviews throughout the year for high ranking
officials. Lt. General Hightower, and Lt. Governor
Schull were some of the reviewing officers. As good
school citizens, the R.O.T.C. maintained its tradition
of posting usher guards and honor guards for football
games and other significant events. The drill team
continued to be a crowd pleaser with its many eye-
catching movements. For the first time since the unit
was established in 1948, the rifle team finished third
place in a Stateside competition. The traditional
Awards Ball was held early in May. Here many cadets
received medals and other awards for outstanding
achievements. We proudly present our R.O.T.C., start-
ing block of our country's future leaders.


Bttn Co Cadet Lt Col Richard W Angstadt, Bttn Staff: Cadet
Mo| Stephen Laidlaw, Cadet Hon Capt Louise Tote, Cadet Copt.
Roy Bacot, Cadet Copt Richard Carattini, Color Guard: Cadet
Sgt Herb Schneider, Cadet M Sqt Vernon Paige, Cadet M Sgt.
Ronald Johannsson, Cadet Corp Charles Napier


THIRD PLACE HURST TROPHY WINNERS-lst row,
left to right: 1st Lt, K. Wheeler, Cadet Lt. D. Eggleston,
Cadet Sic. J. Jenkins, Cadet Sfc. J. Chase, M Sgt.
Wallace. 2nd row: Cadet Pfc. Webb, Cadet Corp. F.
Townsend.


Our Balboa High School Drill Team performing under the capable leadership of Cadet Capt. Ray Bacot,
Drill Master.
















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2nd Plato.:n LJ J Hannigon, Ist Sgt. H Erhman Sup S3l Cla.:.n;.: Pr.qhi


COMPANY B-Co Comm. M Nahmad Erc E Krchmici lt Plaloon Ldi J RcCLe,
2nd Plaloon Ldr. J Maogc, Ist Sqt B Ham.ll.n Sup Sqg J Jinkins


WAYNE
BROWN


COMPANY C-Co. Comm, W Brown Exec D Eqqlcslon. Isi Platoon Ldr. H Cody,
2nd Platoon Ldr, E Scott. Ist Sgl, B Connor, Sup Sgl, A Lowe








On The


The B.H.S. Music Department went
through its paces again this year with
the utmost ease and traditional success,
under the leadership of Mr. Victor A.
Herr. The busy Christmas season brought
the Christmas Pageant, a Herr-Mussel-
man production and a marked success;
the third annual Band Christmas party,
and the second annual Christmas re-
cording sessions of the Band and Chorus,
later broadcast.


Herr, Director of Band, Orchestra, Chorus, and


Balboa High School Chorus in the Christmas Pageant


Page Eighty


Mr. Victor A.
Glee Club.







High C's


Next on the agenda was "FINIAN'S
RAINBOW," another Herr-Musselman
production, starring Larry Siegel and
Sharon Light in that old Broadway musi-
cal favorite, with the newly formed Glee
Club singing the background music.
After many lesser engagements through-
out the year (ball games, DeLesseps
statue dedication, etc.), the Band, Or-
chesrta, and Chorus brought their 1955-
56 activities to a formal close with the
popular annual Spring Concert, chalking
up another highly successful year of
entertainment, fun and learning.


Accompanists Leon Odenz and Melinda Marshall.


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BHS CONCERT BAND-Front left to right J Vinton M Elv. D Hannigan M Musir 5 Haonrd D Slcudn.or A VonZandr
J Gollo-ay, J Degenoar. T Jackson D Tirri F Townsend 2nd tro R John.on A Azcc.'ria J Dioron Euper N Harm:.n
E. Ameglio, D Ction. B Apsfer. D Roberts. E Cunningham 0 Sadler F Brandl J Rcece P Dr.n..an I S1.chom B l irrson




Left-BAND OFFICERS-Left to right M W.tlin, Treas D
Randel A%% P. Can B Apiter, SEC D Cotton Sec C Hearon,
V Prej J Gallo.a, Pr,e.
Righl-JR BAND-Front lell to right A Podriguez R Duran.
5 Crumbli. J Hotl G Ely H Br.d D BRo-ne O Winsleod.
S. R lmbergEr C Eggleiron R Harrell E Volentinc Back. left
u to .ighl W Bunch C Caleriv C Meggcr; M Miller A
Nahmad J Rclnolds J Hern J Lu.eladi D JEnkin, A
P ,)., Logosie. D Reece H Codv H Feeny D DesLondes D Bron.
S, : 1g1. 1 L. Gunderien


D Griaiau C C.,jn PA Smih J Fuller J L...ngsion D Young K Wilson D Hearne J Dunn C Volentrne D Pandel A OLear,.
J Snodgrass 5 Mcthien, W.tkin, R Homiltrr, C Hearon G HaSemonn B Eiar hM Hackelt, J Klearner. L De. C Smilh,
)p Z.mmermon


Belo--BHS. CONCERT ORCHESTRA-Fronv to-. lefl to right N Harmon J Euper A RodiiguEz. S Merheny, M Wirkm. C
M Hacketr, C Smith. E AmEglo Bach, left to right D Roberts. M Marshall J Vinton D Ho..n.gan S Horned M Muiser A


H,o..,Hn H Gr, n C El H Co.J C P.Mqir. ) Ei.lingqr R Shur, G Reinhardl B Thr.It G Haermann
0 Lcar, D Rindel F Braidl A Azcarraga R Harrell R Johnrin J Doran D Brown



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1956

Left to right: B. Boyett
and J. Livingston.

Left to right: J. Hotz
and H. Critch.


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Left to right: G. Di Bella, M. Cunningham, B. Thrift, and M. Osegueda.


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Left to right: N. Hughes, 5. Paige.


Left to Right. F. Azrok, G. Simon.








Left to right: H. Greene, J.
Ebbs, J. Reece, M. Rodriguez,
B. Crowe, D. Angstadt, S. Aren-
dole, and J. Smith.




"Now the chorus again, softly.
Very, very softly."


J. Ebbs and C. Orr in a bicycle
shop.


Drama




This year's future Barrymores
under the excellent direction of
Mr. Don Musselman presented the
3 act comedy show of the year,
"STAR WAGON," also the well-
known favorite of Broadway, "FIN-
IAN'S RAINBOW," and two one
act plays, "STREET SCENE IN
OCU" and "PULLMAN CAR HIA-
WATHA." The Sock and Buskin
Club, composed of those interested
in dramactics, provides a place for
acting, make-up, scenery construc-
tion, props, and directing.


G. Maples and S. Hodges putting the finishing
touches on the scenery.


Left to right:
H. Greene, B. Crowe,
J. Smith, J. Ebbs, and
J. Reece.



"I don't mind cheat-
ing the government.
But it's dirty to steal
$20,000 from people
who can't afford it."







CLUBS


Recognized For Outstanding Service


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-First row, left to right: J. Stockham,
E. Arjono, S. Loidlaw, P. Donovan. Second row: D. Staples, Sec.; M.
M. Hackett. Third Row: J. Clemmons, M. Rodriguez, J. Reece, Pres.;


Treas.; M. Witkin, J. Vinton, T. Hotz,
Cleve, B. Esser, M. Curtis, R. McGarr,
D. Eggleston, V. Pres.


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Winners of Awards from the NATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION
-Left to right: J. Vinton, P. Donovan, J. Stockham, D. Staples,
M. Hackett.


CAMERA ACTIVITIES-Left to right: J. Jenkins, J. Moduro,
R. Moreno, R. Eisenmann, J. Betsak.


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Increasing Our Knowledge
Around The World


CHEMISTRY LABORATORY ASSISTANTS-Left to right:
D. Jacobs, B. Strumpf, E. Altuna, H. Glenn, M. Sadler,
J. Pustis, B. Black, R. Chan.


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SPANISH CLUB-M. Rodriguez, Treas.; L. Urriola, V.
Pres.; R. Carattini, Pres.; A. Manassakis, Sec.


UNITED NATIONS CLUB-First row, left to right: S. Hodges, N. Purdv. Second row: R. Btesh, C. Toussieh,
Y. Amar, D. Wright, V. Pres.; R. Carattini, E. Rathman, Sec.; C. Zirkman, A. Martinez. Third row: S. Tous-
sieh, M. Kocher, Treas.; C. Hearon, M. Rodriguez, Pres.; B. Hamilton, E. Kirchner, L. Arosemena. Camera
shy: N. Acly, P. Hattler.


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"The Students of Today


FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-1st row, left to
right: J. Vinton, Sec.; J. Stockham, Pres.; J. Colby, Vice
Pres. 2nd row: J. Kleosner, E. Kirchner, N. Purdy. P.
Foiles, R. Hoad, L. Pearl, H. Nita.

FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA-G. Miller, Sec.;
M. Girard, Pres; F. Wise, Vice Pres.; D. Jenkins,
Sec.

RADIO CLUB-Left to right: M. Marshall, A. Lowe,
R. Chan, A. O'Leary, H. Ehrman, T. Tubbs, T. Malcolm.


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MATH CLUB-Ist row, left to right: E. Rathman, D.
Jacobs, Pres.; J. Dimpfl, Sec. 2nd row: M. Conover, L.
Parsons, L. Burillo, C. Lipszye. 3rd row: M. Dew, N.
Purdy, M. Marshall, V. Reynolds, C. Dimpfl. 4th row:
M. Musser, J. Smith, S. Toussieh, S. Harned, M. Kelly.

DRAMA CLUB-Left to right: M. Curtis, Sec.;
M. Price, Vice Pres.; C. Hearon, Treas.; B.
Boyett, Pres.

ASTRONOMY CLUB-Ist row, left to right: F. Brandl,
J. Crosby, E. Rathman, Sec.; R. Briceno, B. Calvo. 2nd
row: J. Rodriguez, A. Lowe, M. Rodriguez, Vice Pres.;
V. Brown, Pres.; M. Kocher. Camera shy: J. Curtis, D.
Wright.


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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: First row, left to right: I. Pool, G. Graham, M. Downing, L. Kidd. Second row: E.
Monogon, E. Corden, C. Holgerson, M. Greene. Third row: L. Longmore, D. Blohm, V. Wentzel. Camera shy:
S. Snyder, C. Hill, M. Pierce, J. Rogers.

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USHERS CLUB-First row, left to right: P. Wade, E, Altuna, E. Arjona. Second row: M. Chase, E. Wilkinson,
P. Acker, S. Eastman, D. Blohm, N. Hughes, K. Ryan, A. Dube, C. Zirkman, G. Kaufman, N. Raybourne. Camera
shy: M. Martinez, R. Vowell.


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CLINIC ASSISTANTS-Left to right: C. McCarthy, M. Girard,
B. Klipper, E. Koon, P. Acker, B. Perra. Camera shy: B. Calvo,
E. Bailey.


COUNSELOR'S ASSISTANTS-Left to right: S. Forbmon, M.
Conover, A. De lo Lastra, J. Barlow, B. Abell, M. Moreno.


Accommodate Others


OFFICE ASSISTANTS-ist row, left to right: M. Conover, M. Smith. 2nd row: F. Wise, C. Davis, D. Hart,
M. Watson, S. Toussieh. 3rd row: F. Miller, N. Hughes, J. McCoughey, C. Zirkmon, A. Nahmad. Camera shy:
M. Moses, L. Taylor, S. Barlow, B. Cunningham, S. Skinner, B. Bishop, C. Samson, E. Bailey, J. Wilber, A. Valen-
tine, M. Sadler.








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STAMP CLUB-Left to right: E. Larsen, M. Marshall,
Sec.; T. Alexander, V. Pres.; E. Ho, Pres.; R. Johanson,
A. Brockman, J. Esslinger, C. Bouger, D. Anderson.

















POSTER GROUP-Left to right: P. Supplee, G. McGinn,
M. Claycomb, V. Quiros, G. McGriff, P. Acker, P. Wade,
M. Field, K. Ryan.































Your Enjoyment"


DEBATE CLUB-First row, left to right: D. Jacobs, M.
Rodriguez, L. Arosemena, D. Wright, Treas.; M. Curtis,
M. Hackett, M. Marshall. Second row: C. Hearon, C.
Zirkman, A. Martinez, M. Cleve, E. Rathman, Pres.,
R. Briceno, E. Arjona, P. Hottler, F. Brandl, M. Kocher.
Third Row: D. Brown, A. Calvo, R. Carattini, V. Pres.;
E. Ho, J. Moduro. Camera shy: S. Hodges.


WINDOW DISPLAY GROUP- Left to right: J. Munroe,
J. Blankenship, L. Parsons, J. Molyneoux, D. Jacobs, J.
Dimpfl, J. Eglington, L. Smith.








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GIRL'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-Ist row, left to right: J. Engelke, N. Pasomante, E. Arjona, M. Eberenz, E. Altuna. 2nd row:
G. Miller, I. Abadi, A. Dube, M. Martinez, J. Crosby. 3rd row: S. Taylor, J. Barlow, L. Malone, Vice Pres. and Sec.; P. Pennington,
M. Sadler. 4th row: S. Ransom, J. Lowler, C. Herr, J. Jensen, J. May. 5th row: A. Lee, P. Sullivan, E. Riley, C. Ellis, D. Hannigan,
Pres. Camera shy: C. Corn, D. Jones, A. Schmitt, A. Davidson, I. Straus.


LETTERMEN-lst row, left to right: B. Halvosa, B. Hatchett, D. Ryter, N. Linfors, A. Nahmad, D. Behar. 2nd row: L. Siegel, J.
Blackburn, B. Bateman, K. Morris, H. Cody. 3rd row: C. Morris, J. Reece, T. Hotz, K. Wheeler, D. Richter, O. Sutherland, Sec.; E.
Scott, Pres. 4th row: A. Sheppard, R. Leisy, D. Winklosky, J. DesLondes, B. Toothman, M. Napier. 5th row: D. Tucker, J. Wink-
losky, J. Selby, J. Chalmers, H. Sorrell. Camera shy: J. Cicero, B. Coffee, B. Connor, D. Fulton, Treas.; B. Fearon, J. Magee, J.
Perantie, Vice Pres.


























ZONIAN AD SELLERS--st row, left to right: J. Tribe, E. Kirchner, J. Curtis, M. Price. 2nd row: A. Martinez,
C. Zirkmon, S. Forbman, J. Stockham. 3rd row: J. Euper, K. Ott, C. Bright, B. Eisenmann, L. Odenz, R.
Rennie, A. O'Leary.


PARRAKEET AD SELLERS-left to right: D. Behar, B.
Thrift, M. Gorcia, B. Crawford, D. Eisenmann. Camera
shy: R. Eisenmann.


BRIDGE CLUB-J. Reynolds, Vice Pres.; C. Wiggins,
Pres.; D. Stoudnor, Sec.-Treas.


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Notice any resemblance?


I'm dreaming of a White Christmas...


Waiting for the S.A. Special


Coronation of King Bulldog


King of Hearts


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No fair peeking, Jeanene


The BIG Four


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Hard working Seniors


Pick on somebody your own size!
Pick on somebody your own size!


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The Three Stooges


Before...


What have you been up to?


They came from outer space!


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We came, we saw, we conquered!


But the one that got away!


Pardon, your knees are showing


B.H.S. chorus line


Queen Barbara I


He-mon. He? Man?
He-man. He? Man!


Getting a Santa Clara sunburn

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Davee, Davee Reyes


Push harder, Coach!


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Come on, you guys, yell!


What did you say? Skipping?


Billie Sue and Ronnie Reward for a job well done


Where are you bound, girls?


Hail, hail, the gang's all here!


The line-up


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FOOTBALL


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Mikulich go through it again


ACTION


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1ST ROW: E. Scott, J. Selby, T. Hotz, R. Feoron, Captain H. Sorrell, J. Clemmons, R. Connor, R. Lockaby, H. Cody, K. Wheeler,
R. Reyes, C. Morris, J. Chalmers.
2ND ROW: D. Ryter, 0. Sutherland, D. Winklosky, L. Siegel, J. Robnett, M. Napier, R. Toothman, L. Barbier, K. Fulleton, J.
Galloway, D. Tucker, Mgr. A. Sheppard.
3RD ROW: D. Tate, C. Douglas, T. Webb, J. Trower, R. Million, B. Curdts, G. Kirkland, B. Halvosa, B. Bateman, M. Crooks.
4TH ROW: T. Womble, A. Alejandro, L. Eastman, J. Godsey, G. O'Sullivan, R. Barbara, J. Snodgrass, D. Fulton, Coach Anderson,
Coach Mikulich.

-- Undefeated Champions

LOOK AT OUR SCORE
Balboa 14 0 Jamboree .,
-- 7- 0 A.C.
19 6 J.C.
27 0 C.H.S.
13 7 A.C.
14 6 J.C.
S*6 6 C.H.S.
100 25
TOTAL
COACH ANDERSON COACH MIKULICH

This year Balboa High School fielded one of the best teams in its history and came out on top, unde-
feated and Canal Zone Champions. The Bulldog offense was sparkplugged by the running of Ken Wheeler,
Owen Sutherland, Danny Winklosky, and Ed Scott. The Balboa defense allowed only 25 points to be scored.
The offense scored 100 and was headed by Captain Harold Sorrell, ends Jerry Robnett and Jim Selby, guard
Bob Fearon, and the linebacking of Charlie Morris and Larry Siegel.
The left side of the powerful line was anchored by Bob Connor and Harry Cody. These boys in the sec-
ond Junior College game twice within five plays opened a tremendous hole allowing Owen Sutherland to
scamper through for two T.D.'s of 60 yards each. One of these was called back because of a penalty.
It is too bad that only 11 men are allowed to play because the Bulldogs were blessed with a reserve
power which almost equalled that of the starting team. Although it may seem a shame that these boys
didn't see much action this year it gives promise of a powerful future Bulldog squad. Congratulations Coach
Anderson, Coach Mikulich and all of the Bulldogs for a tremendous season.


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BOYS' SWIM TEAM-Front
row, left to right: B. Con-
nor, N. Linfors, S. Schrader,
D. Ryter, D. Brown. Middle
row: S. Rowley, B. Maxwell,
L. Dobrowolski, J. DesLon-
des, B. Hatchett, B. Hal-
vosa, J. Trower, G. Barbier,
B. Hitchcock, 0. Sadler.
Back row: D. Behar, R.
Leisy, B. Block, D. Browne,
T. Days, J. Jenkins, M.
Fallon, V. Poige, J. Magee,
A. Nahmod.


BHS SWIMMERS RULE THE WATER

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Balboa produced a boys' swimming team
Balboa produced a boys swimming team
r '. that beat all competitors. However,
'-''' "Jc-'- i B.H.S. is unfortunate in losing one of
.the most outstanding swimmers ever to
------ race on the Isthmus, Bob Connor.
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It's going to be close!


B. Hatchett in fine form!


B.H.S. Letterman


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BASEBALL TEAM-Left to right: R. Reyes, B. Feoron, B. Block, J. Cicero, B. Hamilton, D. Washburn, W. Young, F. Harley, O.
Sutherland, G. Kirkland, D. Winklosky, T. Hotz, E. Kirchmier, E. Scott, D. Ryter, J. Magee, N. Linfors, C. French, J. Stucchio. Miss-
ing: W. Wall.


Baseball, Still Undefeated


Our first game at Mt. Hope showed our vigor
and pep when we started the undefeated season by
beating Cristobal 8-3. Ed Kirchmier struck out 12
and walked only 1. A 4-run 4th inning put us ahead,
while John Magee hit 2 doubles to help us out.
Our next game was at Balboa. Wayne Wall
pitched a no-hitter to stop J. C. 2-0. Owen Suther-
land held the spotlight when he drove in both runs.


The third game, against Cristobal, started with
a nine-run first inning with doubles by Magee and
French, and 2 runs batted in by Dan Winklosky's
single. We won 11-1.
The 4th game against J.C. was a thriller. W.
Wall pitched the first 6 innings at a 1-1 tie, striking
out 11 men. Then Ed Kirchmier took over and
pitched into the 10th until he' slammed a single,
driving in the two winning runs. Final talley, Balboa
3, J.C. 1.
In the 5th game with Cristobal at Mt. Hope,
Wayne Wall struck out 16 men allowing only 1 hit.
The spotlight was held by Charles French who made
3 hits, and triples by Ramon Reyes and Ed Scott.
The last game with J. C., Ed Kirchmier pitched
an outstanding no-hit, no-run game. The winning
run was driven in by Ed Scott in the eighth inning.
Final score, 1-0.


COACH PAUL KARST