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Publication Date: 1957
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Balboa High School
BALBOA, CANAL ZONE


LINDA JACOBS ........
CAROL PERANTIE .......
MR. C. R. VOSBURGH
MR. S. I. BARKOWITZ


........--.... ..........Editor
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... .. .......Financial Adviser


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Table of Contents


Road Map
Opening Section


Guides and Travelers
Faculty and Classes


Detours
School Life


Billboards


Sponsors




























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(Above) Miss Mary S. Brigham
(Right) Miss Hazel P. Matthews

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W E, the ZONIAN staff of '57, stand up and applaud Mi-, Hazel \ dltlIew-
and Miss Mary Brigham, who during the past few years guided the ZONIAN
and PARRAKEET staffs. Their efforts have made our publications something
of which we are very proud. We truly owe a great debt to these two won-
derful persons.










Foreword



W E, the ZONIAN staff of 1957, proudly present to you your yearbook, a
pictorial record of the activities of the past year.
We have done our best to make the ZONIAN vivid in word and picture,
but it was impossible to catch some of our fondest memories. Remember?
Whispering in the library, pep rallies where we yelled our lungs out, the
excited preparations for a dance, the joy of an honor won, or the momentary
heartbreak when it wasn't. All these must be kept stored in our minds and
hearts.
We have likened our high school years to a road, a road of life. It is
not an easy road to lui l. but the laughter and the tears we have had along
the way in Balboa High School will not soon be forgotten.




Faculty and Classes . .

guides
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To life's treasure chest
Knowledge is the key.
Turn the key, open the chest.
What wealth is there for me!


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Faculty


PHRI I AL.-Mr. T. F. llol/. M.4.
Ohio Sl.lth Lniier-il'


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C(OL E.'LLOR .-Mil- Marie C. Ieir. M.4..
(Ou'imnbia I .. <,irl-" Co.na1-.llor. Biolog>. C inic
a1 i- rr: Mr. II. J. Zierien. B.'., Bradle. LI..
B ( oun-ellor. .4-i-lanl Principal.


OCITOR 4ND NL'RSE-Dr. II. C.
Prilhami. M.D.. Tufll- college Me.d-
iral -'hool: Mr-. E. Farlie-. R.N..
Bradford lIo-pilal Training sachoil
for N1r---.


OFfI( UL L(4 HREl TRIE--Lejr toi
righl: Mr-. M. TaId r. B.a.. ',ra-
'u-e L.: Mr;. M. Ler'ha.ii.


LIBR RI 4N-Mi- K. Clark. M.A.
Nen Ior.k I.


(.IE(.FE DEPBRTMEN-I .eft to right: Mr. J. \V.
%eiaqui-.. 1. %.. Neu- ork L .. li Mr. U. Ii--he-r. M.A.. Columbia i .. (hvini-lr'; Mr.
[D. F. %11ar-. M.4.. Hla-li. lalta (4olhlge. P'h'i-c-.
( hemiilri. Mr. F. 1. ail.iill. 1M.. . of .. 4.ein.
rn-ivie,. 4<.w. Malh. .ah 1o1 pitired: Mr. (.. 41. Iev-.
M. .. (i olumbia I .. Biolog'.


IHOREI(.N I.4%l 4ME D[EIl't1MENT-L. to R.:
Mr-. J. I.. Mlordl,,. 11.4.. L. of wa-h.. Fr.: Mr. ". I.
Itarka.ili. 1M. .. Midhilliur% lang. (.ol.. 1;p.. Enag."
il-- (.. 'nurk. M.A.. ( ol. L .. %p.: Mr. A. H. % ard.
11.%.. L. of Nebt.. %p.: %Mr-. M. II. Roian. M11...
L.ol. L.. Lauiii. Eng.. Hili-.


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R.O.T.C. DEI'\RTMEFNT-Left to ringh: Mi, G'T. J.
1.. Po-vr-: CAI'. I. U heflaer. A.B.. Harmard (.ol-
le-ge: 11 '<,T. J. I. \allauae.





M 1"11T DEP.AHTMIENT-L. to R.: Mr. L. ). Hum-
mel. 11M... DaueI'-Ie 1., MI.. Ge.mn.. "Parrakreel":
Mr-. I'. K. Grahamn. M.A.. (.ul. L.. %Mg., .eonm.: Mr.
G. (a-a. M.E.. '. of Ore.. tg.. Gen. Math: Mr-. N.
H. Sehrag. M. .. fol. I.. Sg.. Gt-m.: Mr. E. V.
Halchell. M.A.. Col. I'.. Alg.. (eoni.. Trig. 1o)
nirtured: Mr. 1. 1. Mr-Nair. 1.S.. 1. of Chiraso. tie.









FACULTY





-C PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-L. to R.:
\ Mr. J. S. Pettingill, M.A., U. of Notre Dame, Track,
Swim. Coach; Miss M. Lund, B.S., Okla. Col., Girls'
SPhys. Ed.; Mr. H. E. Hurin, M.A., Wash. St. Col.,
Asst. Football, Head Basketball Coach; Miss D. M.
SStuebe, B.S., Ind. St. Teachers Col., Girls' Phys. Ed.
and Health; Mr. R. E. Anderson, M.A., St. U. of
Iowa, Head Football Coach; Miss D. Peters, B.S.,
Fla. St. U., Girls' Phys. Ed.; Mr. J. C. Fawcett, M.A.,
San Diego St. Col., Intramural Coach, Health. Not
pictured: Mr. P. F. Karst, A.B., U. of N. Car., Base-
ball Coach.








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COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT--L. to R.: Mrs. M.
B. Journey, M.A., N. Y. U., Shorthand, Typing;
Mrs. A. L. Wilcox, M.S., Albany Col. for Teachers,
Typing, English; Mrs. E. R. Driscoll, M.B.A., U. of
Texas, Gen. Bus., Gen. Math.





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PRACTICAL AND FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT-Standing.
L. to R.: Mr. D. E. Musselman, M.A., U. of Chicago, Span-
ish, Speech-Drama; Mr. J. H. Elliott, M.Ed., U. of Neb.,
Metal Shop; Miss E. Monroe, M.A., Col. U., Hlousehold
i Arts; Mr. C. A. Batalden, M.S., Penn. St. U., Mech. Draw-
ing. pitIlr,. 1. to r.: Mr. V. A. Herr, M.A., Col. U., Band,
iOrch., Cho.; Mrs. J. A. Karch, B.Ed., U.C.L.A., Art; Mr.
SLP. R. Kuyoth, B.S., Bradley U., %, od,-hop. Driver Training.




SOCIAL STUDIES and ENGLISH
DEPARTMENT-Stnding, 1. to r.:
W. M. Mikulich, M.A.., U. of Iowa,
U. S. Hist.; D. A. Speir, M.E., U.
of Fla., U. S. Hist., Amer. Institu-
tions; H. C. Dippre, M.A., U. of S.
Ca!., Eng.: C. R. Vosburgh, M.A., .
Col. 1'.. Eng.. "Zonian"; F. J. De-
Geer, M.E.. U. of Texas, World ,-'
Hist. .Sitting. 1. to r.: Miss M. S.
Brigham, M.A., Col. U., Eng.; Miss
H. Matthews, M.A., Geo. Peabody
Col. for Teachers, Eng.; Miss M.
V. Whitman, M.A., N. W. U., Eng.
Not pictured: S. Turbyfill, M.A..,
U. of Okla. -










BIG WHEELS


SENIOR SHOWCASE COMMITTEE Top, left to
right: E. Kent; S. Turner; V. Reynolds; G. Mul-
larkey; M. Lewis, chairman. Bottom, 1. to r.: J.
Farrel; E. Larson; Camera shy: J. Wibel; G. McGriff.


GERALD DURFEE
President


KENNETH MORRIS
Vice President


INDIVIDUAL SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE-
Top. left to right: M. Gibbs; C. Doner; C. Casira;
O. Rodriguez; R. Btesh, chairman. Bottom. I. to r.:
P. Pennington; D. Jenkins; B. Abell.


CAP & GOWN COMMITTEE Left to right: J.
Molyneaux; N. Mendieta; K. Roberts, chairman; J.
Sigl; I. Abadi; A. Rodaniche; D. Behar; J. May; N.
Linfors; Camera shy: M. Eberenz; C. Toussieh.


SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: SENIOR PARTY COMMITTEE-Top, left to right:
M. Icke; M. Jones; J. Engelke; S. Potter; M. Kelly; B. Dolan; D. Wright; W. Wall; N. Wiley; B. Cun-
L. Harris. Bottom. I. to r.: P. Foiles, chairman; R. ningham. Bottom, 1. to r.: B. Strumpf; M. Marshall,
Rennie; J. Degenaar; Camera shy: R. Griffith; S. Ch.; J. Smith; D. Drennan. Camera shy: M. Girard;
Turner. C. Samson.



























VALENTINE FORMAL
K. Morris; M. Kocher;
Hearon; J. Galloway;
r.: H. Nita; B. Coppen
S. Knapp. Bottom, 1.
G. Miller, chairman.


SENIOR GIFT COMMITTI
Watson, Chm.; D. Jacobs
Not pictured: M. Howard;

CARDS and ANNOUNCED
R. Hensler; E. Altuna, C
N. Purdy; R. Chan; Y. A
Voortmeyer; S. Gilbert. N
Perantie.

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SENIORS








Virginia Reynolds
Secretary








COMMITTEE-Top, 1. to r.:
D. Winklosky; M. Napier; C.
B. Edmundson. Middle, 1. to 4 k'
haver; D. Selby; G. Lombana;
to r.: G. McGriff; L. Jacobs; Mr. Allen B. Ward Miss Mary Brigham
Camera shy: B. Elich. Class Sponsor Asst. Class Sponsor











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EE--. to r.: J. Benson; J. SENIOR RING COMMITTEE-Top. 1. to r.: F. Wise,
,; L. Barbier; M. Fallon. Chm.; H. Glenn; D. Hearne; N. Pasamente; C. Corn;
M. Kelly. D. Bleakley. Bottom, I. to r.: K. Fulleton; G. Mor-
eno; R. Boggs.
IENTS-Stanrding. 1. to r.:
hm.; E. Kent; J. Pustis;
Lmar. Sitting, 1. to r.: C. SENIOR GROUP PICTURE COMMITTEE-Top. 1.
iot pictured: L. Jones; C. to r.: L. Wood; L. Prosperi, Chm.; J. Barlow. Bot-
tom, 1. to r.: J. Wood; N. Simon, M. Archibald.










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Irene Abadi
"Renee"
Panama, R. de P.
" 4 I" 1..,i ';n girl bursting with
l ,tl r l i
GAA 1,2.3: Span. Club 1.2.3.4: Che-
Club 2; UN Club 4: Sock & Buskin 3:
Pep Sq. 1; VB 1*.2*.3*.41; SB 1,3: BkB
2.3: Ten. 3; Lib. Assist. 1; Jr.-Sr. Banq.
3; Cap & Gown 4; GAA Banq. 2; Grad.
Ush. 3.







Lillian Rebecca Abell
"Becky"
Winchester, Kentucky
"Sparkling smile, warm person-
ality; she's won the heart of
many BHS'ers.
SA Alh. 1,3.4; Zonian 4: Banq. P.'. I
VB 1; Bowling 3; Pep Sq. 1. I ..
Tw. 3; Off. Assist. 1.2,3,1: SH Dance
2: Vis. Day 1; CGS 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3:
Sr. Pic. 4; SA Train Comm. 4: Sp. SA
Comlm. I: Gamne Ush. 4.










Nancy Acly
Johannesburg, South Africa
"One of our 'Quiz Kids', and she
always has time to flash a smile."
Sock & Buskin 4; Studio 4; NHS 4: IUN
Club 3 4: Chorus 1.










Patricia Helen Adams
"Patti"
Bournsmouth, England
"Rare compound of quality,
noble, and true-With plenty of
sense and good humor, too."
Chuorns 2; Clinic ANit. 2.


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Tomas D. Alexander
"Tommy"
Prague, Czechoslovakia
"Never an idle moment; thrifty
and thoughtful of others."
IPA News; Astron. 3.4; Chtss Club:
:tnimp 2.3.1; UN Club; Math: BkB;
P'ng-iPong: M/Sgt.: Plat. Sgt.; Jr.-Sr.
Priom, 3; %P Stwlup Club 3: Pr,-,. 4:
CBS (bser. 3.


Leopoldo D. Arosemena
"Leo"
Panama, R. de P.
"Thought is deeper than all
speech."
Stamp Club 1; Chess Club 1,2.3.3; UN
Club 2.3.1; Dis. & Debate Club 3,4.


Texana Allen
Panama, R. de P.
"Little said, much accomplished"










Eda Edelmira Ahuna
"Tunafish"
Lima, Peru
"Eda is our class oahl.'te her
personality can't be beat."
Span. Club 1,23.,4; Ush. Club 1.2.3;
GAA 2.3.4, Vice-Prs.; NHS 3.4; Math
Club 4; French Club 4; GAA Dance 3,
4; VB 1*,2*,3*,4*; SB 1,2*; BkB 1,2*.
3*.4*; Che. Assist. 3; Physics Assist. 4.










Yvette Amar
"Yvetta"
Colon, R. de P.
"This girl appreciates the world,
and it appreciates her."
Chess Club 1,2: Dram. Club. 1.2,3.4;
Grad. Ush. 3; Dram. Ush. 2; UN Club
2.3.4; Span. Club 1; SB 1; VB 1: Pep
Sq. 1: Cards & Announ. 4.









Marcia Archibold
Colon, R. de P.
"A smile on her face and a
gleam in her eye."
UN Club: Fashion Show 2; Chorus 1,
3.4.


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Charles Ashley
Vallejo. California
"He bats high in life's league."
Caimera Club 1; ROTC 2.3.4. \1/Sgt. 1.


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Rachel Elizabeth Barr
"Rebbie"
Honolulu. Hawaii
"She was made for happy
thoughts."
Stunt tight 2; Schol Publication 1;
Tri-Hi-Y 1.2.3; Sock & Buskin 1: Lib.
Clul 1; French, Club 3,t; VB 2,3; Sor.
ver 2.3; BkB 2.3; Chorus I; Sr. Wrck
1: Prod. (Cunn. 1.


"A peppy
charm."


Yvonne Azearraga
Panama, R. de P.
little Latin full of


Louis J. Barbier, Jr.
"Louie"
Panama, R. de P.
"A quiet man but quite a man."
JV FB 1.2: FB 3,4; Track 1.3.4; Intra.
BkB 1 Fr. BkB 1; ROTC 2.3.4.
M/Sgt. 4; Sr. Gift 4.


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Edna Louise Beasley
Spearman, Texas
"Hidden gaiety in her quiet
manner.
Vice-Pres. 3; lndustr. Arts 3: BkB 1.









David S. Behar
"Dave"
Manchester, England
"A fellow with a winning smile
and a willing heart."
Star Wagin 3; Stage Prod.; Ticket Sell.;
Bus. Assist. 3,4; Radio Club 1.2: Sock
& Buskin 1,2.3,4: Span. Club 1.2; Let-
trlain's Club 2.3.4: Chess Club 2;
Swinm. 1,2.34; Track 1.2.3: Water
Polo 2.3; ROTC 2.3.4, M/ -: 1; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3: Cap & Gown 41 I..11 Tamn
2.3,4; SA Canip 4.


June Carol Barlow
"June-bug"
Panama, R. de P.
"It's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice."
GAA 2.3,4: VB 1.2*.3*,34*; SB 1*.2*,4:
BkB 1*.2*.3*,4*; Intra. Swinm.: Ref.
Club: Sp. Aw. 1,2,3,4: GAA Dance 3.
4; Sr. Group 4; Pep Sq. 1,2; Fashion
Show I; l.i. Assist. 1; Off. Assist. 3,4.








Jose Guillermo Barr
"Shorty"
Panama, R. de P.
"He is six feet of man-clear grit
and human nature."
Stump Club; Math Club; French Club:
Orches. I; Glee Club 4; Assist. Sq.
Leader; ROTC 3,4; ROTC Ush. Sq. 3,4.


James Edward Benson
"Jim"
Adrian, Michigan
"There's a twinkle in his eye,
'cause he makes the most of all
that comes and the least of all
that goes."
Drain. 2; Letterntan's Club: Wrestling:
Tennis; FB 1,2; Sgt. ROTC 4; ROTC 3,
1; Sr. Gift 4: Invitations.









Helene Shirley Bishop
"Helen"
Balhoa, Canal Zone
"A sweet little bright-eyed girl
who'll always be i',.,. high."
VB 12,.3.4; BkB 1,2,3,1; Fashion Show
1.2.4.












Doris Jean Bleakley
"Dore"
Yakima, Washington
"Heart as big as the ocean and
a smile to match."
Dram. Club 4: Pep Sql. 1; VB 1.2.3:
BkB 1,2; Off. Asrisl. 1,.3: Jr.-Sr.
Ban.. 3: Sr. Ring 1; Grad. Ush. 3.












Ralph Boggs
"Speedy"
Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
"f,,r '.,,r.z and good-natured."
Stage Prod.: Band: ROTC 1,2.3,1. S 1c
1: Sr. Ring 4.











Cesar Alberto Bouza
"Buzz"
Los Angeles. California
"Quiet manner but friendly air:
a regular guy."
StL.ump Club 3 1: Vire-Pr.'. 4: Astron.
Clhi 3.1; Math Club 1: 11N Club 4:
C(:.ra Club 4: Sr. Ring I; ROTC 3.t.
L sh. Guard 3,1: Rifle Clul 3.1.











Agnes Stella Brin
"Aggie"
Panama. R. de P.
"If money could buy looks, she'd
be priceless."
Drarn. Club 1: Span. Cl'lb 4; Specrll
1: Chlrus 1; Fashi.n Show 1,2.3; Val.










Rose Btesh
"Rosie"
Manchester, England
"Little, likeable, and laugh-
loling."
H.R. Alt. 1.2.4; Rep. 3; Zo.nian; Ches,
Clbi 1.2. Sec. 2; Span. Club 4; Drama
Club 2,3; UN Club 3.4; Bowling 2; Ten.
2; Chorus 1I; Lab. Assisl. 4; Jr.-St.
lBa.n. 3; Sr. Pictures 4; Showcase 2.


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Cesar A. Campagnani, Jr.
"Tito"
Colon, R. de P.
"An attractive smile, wavy hair:
he's the answer to a maiden's
prayer.
BB I; Golf 1.2.3,4: ROTC 2.3.4. Sgt. 4.












James A. Carlin
"Gus"
Long Island, New York
"To be bright and cheerful is
his way."
JV BkB 1,2; JV FB 2; SA Alt. 4.













Carmen R. Casira
Panama, R. de P.
"A treasured gift from Panama."
Pan-Anm. r. 1; VB 3: Sr. Pictures 4.















Vilma Edith Casira
Panama, R. de P.
"Happiness was born a twin."
Pan-. ,,r. 4; VB 3.











Roberto Antonio Chan
"Bob"
Panama, R. de P.
"Gentle of speech, beneficient of
mind."
SA Rep. 3; Radio Club 1.2,3: Proj.
Club 1.2; Math Club 4; Astrononv Club
4; ROTC 2,3,4. M/Sgt. 4; Showcase 3;
Cards & Announc. 4; Vis. Day Ch. 4.












Edward Byron Clifford, Jr.
"Teddy"
San Diego. California
''A big man with a big heart."
SA Rep. 2; Dram.. 3; Canera Clul. 3:
FB 1.2; Band 1.2; ROTC M ISt. 4.
ChI-yene High School 1,2.










Ruth Elizabeth Coppenhaver
"Bter'y"
Ancon. Canal Zone
"A song in her heart, a smile on
her lips."
Sock & Buskin 4; "Finian's Rainbow"
3; "Down in the Valley" 2; Spanish
Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3.4; Glhc Clull 3.1:
Sp. Chorus 1 2; Valentine Form.nal 4;
Singing Valenline 14 SH Danct, 2; P.p
Club 3.


Carolyn Corn
"CC"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Cute as a button n' sweet as
sugar.
GAA 2,3.4 1 i I i 4: Sock &
Buskin 4; i i. I I 3 Band 1,
2.3.1: Sr. Ring 4; Fashion Show 1 :
\alter Ballet 2,3.4; CGS 3: GAA Dance
3.4; VB 1.2.3*.4*; BkB 2*,3*, SB 1,
2.1; Sp. Award; Bowling 1.


Ruby Cosca
Panama. R. de P.
"All things come around to her
who will wait."
Pan-Anuer. Club; VB: SB; BkB: (Chorus
:1,1.


Ralph W. Cox
"Fritz'"
Fort Benning, Georgia
"Time is but the stream I go
fishing in."
Parakeet 1; Periscope I; Debate Club
1,2; Track 1; Drill Team 2.3,4; ROTC
1.2,3, M/Sgt. 1.


Harriet Critch
"Hattie"
Puerto Armuelles. Panama
"4 friendly smile makes up for
the lack of chatter."
VB 1: SB I; BkB 1: IChrus 1,2.3.1
S'p. Chirus 2: Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3: Fa.h.
ion Show 2.4.











Brenda M. Cunninghamn
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Composed in her ways: always
agreeing and appealing."
Parakeet 4; Math Cluh 1: Olfie Assisl.
1.2.3.4: Christmas. Formal 3: Sr. Par.1
1.


Bette Louise Davis
"Punky"
Harlingen, Texas
"Let others praise ancient times:
I am glad I was born in these."
"My Spanish Sweer:hert" Opere.ta 2:
Proj. Club: FNA: Chorus: Junior Play
2: Pan-Amer. Forum 1,2; Tal, nt Siho ;
Brownsville. Texas 1.2.3.


Joan Blair Degenaar
Panama, R. de P.
"To do easily what is .lu,, ,!ir for
others is the mark of talent."
SA Rep. 2,3; S e Secy 4; "The L.-n
rlndelrry Air" 2; Parakeet 1: Dram. Club
2.3.4: FNA 3,4; Math Club 1: Pep (Club
3; NHS 4; Flag Tw. 3: VB 1, SB 1,
Bowling 2: Band 1,2,3; SrH Dance 2;
JlSr.-S. Promn 3; Inaugural Ball 4: SA
Ticket Sales 1; Sr. Week 4; "Finian's
Rainbow" 3; "Down in the Valley" 2:
Visitor's Day 3; Grald. Marshall 3; C(;
3; Exchange Student 1: Quill & Scroll 1.








Leon Dobrowolski
"Smitty"
Montclair, New Jersey
"Appears silent-but when the
teacher's out, look out!"
:< ..,,;,.. 1*, 2*, 3*, 4*: ROTC 3.4.
-. 1. 1, Marshall Squad 1,2: Pool
Marshall 1.2. Curtis High School.


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William E. Dolan
"Willie"
White Plains. New York
'"One should live so that when he
dies it should even sadden the
undertaker."
Intra. FB 3; JV FB 1.2; Inia. BkB 1,
2,3; ROTC 2.3.. Sgt. lc 3. Capt. I.
Drill Team 3.1. Honor Guard 3.,4. UDill-
Miast.r Drill Team & Honor .Guard 1;
Ir.-Sr. Prom 3: Sr. Party 1: SAety
Coim.n. Ch.: Boys' State 3; ROTC Awds.
Ball; ROTC Hallo e'n Dance.








Carrie Doner
Battle Creek, i. li..... -
"She adds a spice to life that is
so nice."
S.A. Rep. 2; G.A.A. 2.1; BkB 2,4; VB
4: Chorus 4; Lib. A-sist. 3; Sr. Pictures
4: Fashion Show 1: Dancie Bid Coim-
mittle 2; San Francico. Calilornia.









James Laurie Patrick Doran
"Jimmy"
Colon, R. de P.
"Turning to mirth all things on
earth."
SA Prrrid-nt 1: Sock & Buskin 1.2.3.4.1
Finian's Rainbow" 3; "Curtain Going
'p" 1: "'Dut in the Road" 2: Trarck
2: BkB 2.4; Band 2.3: (hornl 2; ;Glee
Club 3: ROTC 2.3.1: 1 Lt. 1: SH Danr,
2: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Get-Acquaint. Damnv
3: Shon.awe 3: Talent Show 1.2.3.1:
Inaug. Ball Ch. I.








David Drennan
"Dave"
St. Petersburg. Florida
"An amiable boy with a manner
that has won him man friends."
S\ Alt. 2; "'Seventeenth Su.m..nr" 4;'
Bridge. Club 2.3; Intra. FB 2.3,4; Intra.
Golf; Bowling Tram 2.1,1: ROTC 2.3,4;
Hon. Guarl 3. C..,t. 1; Jr. Ring 3:
Welfare Conmm. 4: ROT(C Hallrowenr
DIanic 1; ROTC Awar., B.all 4.








Gerald A. Durfee
"Jerry"
Panamla. R. de P.
"Alwais full of pep and energy
with a ready smile for all."

l.bi 3 1: lntra. FB 3; I i 2,3.1, 1
Lt. 1: Singing alcutins : Ix. Da) .1 I
-Finian'. Rainaow" 3; Riftl Tean, 3:
Drill Tanm 3.1; ROTC Awaid, Ball 3.


Marie M. Eberenz
"Frenchie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Never trouble trouble, till trou-
ble troubles you. Then laugh."
Sock & Buskin 2, Prolluction Staff 2:
Zonian 4; GAA 3.4; UN Club 2; Math
Ciub 2: Swimming 1*,2*,3*,4*; Pep Sq.
1.3; Chorus 2: Flag Tw. 3; SH Dance
2; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; GAA Dance 3.4; Get-
Acquaint. 4; Cap & Gown 4; Welfare
Comm. 4; Water Ballet 1.2.









William H. Emundson, Jr.
"Willy"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I am myself, my own com-
mander."
Inra FB 1ntra. B 2; IBakB 1.2; SB 1,2;
ROTC 23.4: Sfc 4; Drill Team 2.3,4;
Honor Guard 3; Firing Sq. 3; Valentine
Formal 4; Boys' State 3.










Barbara Anne Elich
"Bobbie"
Havre, Montana
"She has a future worth
treasures."
Sock & Buskin 1.2: Parakeet 4; FTA 2.
3.4: FNA 1; Pep Sq. 1,2; Lib. Assist. 1:
Clinic Assist. 2; Drives Conlm. 3; Valen-
tine Formal 4; Girls' State 3.










Judith Evelyn Engelke
"Half-Inch"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Happiness and sunshine are her
mottos."
SA Rer. 1,2; C'ass Sec'y 2,3: GAA 1.
2.3,4. Pres. 1: NHS 3,4; Math Club 1;
GAA Dance 3,1; VB 1",2*,4*; SB 1,2*.
BkB 1*. Swimming 1",2*,3*,4*.











Edith Estrada
"EEde"
Panama, R. de P.
"A rather quiet but likeable lass."
Spanish Club 1,4; SB 1,2; VB 1,2;
Chorus 1.


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Robert F. Fearon
"Fatmoan"
Cuidad Truvillo, Dominiican Rep.
"Whoever invented work should
have finished it."
FB 1.2.3.1; Baseball 2,3; Track 1.2,3,1;
BkB H gr. 1.2.3; Christmas Formal 3;
FB Dance 1.


Jenette Fahrubel
Salisburg, North Carolina
"A wonderful person in every
rny."












Morice Fallenbaum
"Fate"
Colon, R. de P.
"You rarely find a boy so nice;
to be his friend is worth any
price."


Michael P. Fallon
"Duke"
Baltimore, Maryland
"A leader of men, a follower of
women.
Sock & Buskin I; Swimming 3.1; Track
2: FB 1.2; ROTC 3.4. Sgp. 4; "Ar,. nic
& Old Lace" 2; Tucksloe Tiger; Tuck-
shoe High School 1.2.


Carlos Fernandez
"Chuck"
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
"The most important part of
character is steadfast resolution."
Projector Club 1: Baselall 1: FB 1:
Pep Sq. 1; Band 1: Office Assist. 1;
ROTC Capt. 4.


Rafael Fernandez
"Ralph"
Panama, R. de P.
"To be a friend is his way."
Spanish Club 4. Treas. I; Stamp Club
1; SB 2: Water Polo 2.


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Barbara Lee Farbman
"Bobbie"
Brooklyn, New York
"A cheerful disposition is a fund
of ready capital."
"Down in the Vallc 2; Sock & Buskin
1.2.1: Spanish Club 1,2.3,4: FNA 2,3.
I: Frrn ih Club 4 I U Club 4; SB 1.2:
BkB 1.2.3; VB 1,2.3: Pep Sq. 1.2.3:
F!ag Tw. 3; Chorus 2,3, -1 Chorus 2:
Grad. sher 3; Carnival Court 2: "Fin-
bin's Rainbow" 3,







James Farrell
"Tuly"
Greece
"When it comes to talking, he's
a gem,
When it comes to r''rtira,,. ahem!"
S\ Alt. 2; Showcase Committer 1.


John Flowers
"Jack"
Daytona Beach, Florida
"It's my life; I live it, and I
love it."
SA Alt. 2; Projection Cluh 2.3.1; Baind
1,2; Christlas Formal 3: SH Danc, 2.







Peggy Marie Foiles
"Peg"
Panama, R. de P.
"A kind and gentle heart she has
to comfort friends and foes."
SA Rep. 1.2.1: Sock & Buskin 2.3.1;
"Star Wagon" 3: "Finian's Rainbow" 4;
Parakeet 3,4; NHS 1; FTA 2.3.4. Sec'y
Treas. 2, Vicer Pres. 4; Pep Club 1,2:
Math Club 1: FNA 4I; Bwling 3; Hock.v
3: Chorns 1.2.3.4; Frerhman Picnic 1;
Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr. \ e k Ch. 1: SA
Tickets t: Quill & Sroll 3.4: Girls'
State 3: (rad. Ush. 3; Barc. ULsher 3.


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Clinton Kennedy Fulleton
"Kenny"
Chiriqui, R. de P.
"A man of might, strong and
true."
Letterman 3,4; Radio Club 3: FB 1.2.3.4;
Track 3: BkB 2.3.4; SB 2; Track Intr.
1: Bowling 3: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3; Sr. Ring
1: "Seventeenth Sumnmer."








Joseph Carre Galloway
"Joey"
Galveston, Texas
"To know him is to love him."
"Tlhe Big Front Porch" I: Letterman 4:
JV FB 1.2; FB 3; Track 1.2.3.1; Swim-
ming 1: Band 1.2.3,1; Gle.e Club 4; Jr.-
Sr. Ilanq. 3: ROTC 23.4. 1 Lt. 4: Rifle
Team 2; Asselb. Comm. 3: Boys' Star,
3. Counsellor 1; SH Dance 2: Get
Aiquaint. Dance 1; Valentine Formal 4:
Band Pres. 3. V. Press. 4 ;Band Part\ 4.










Markelda Garrido
"Make"
Panama, R. de P.
"The spark behind every
explosion."
Spanish Club 1.2.3.1.


Mildred Rose Gibbs
"Millie"
Daysbro, Kentucky
"She looks, and is, beautiful."
Parakeet 4: Office Assist. 4; Sr. Pic-
tures 4; SA Drives 4; Fashion Show I.


Sheila Anne Gilbert
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Sheila is a dancer gay, who likes
to talk the livelong day."
Sock & Bnlkin 4; Volleyball 2.4; Pep
Sq. 2; Chlorun, 1,2; Cards & Announce-
ru t'Ill 1.


Maria Louise Girard
Syracuse, New York
"Our Queen!!!! Other titles
need she none."
"Finian's Rainbow" 3: Sock & Buskin
3.4; FNA 2.3,4. Pres. 3,4; VB 1,2:
Clinic Assist. 3; Flag Tw. 3; Pep Squad
1,3; Zonian 4; Banquet Bugle 4; HR
Alt. 3: Chrislmas Formal 3, Court 3:
SA Assernb. 4; ROTC Spon 4; Hal-
loween Dance 4; FB Queen 4; Girls'
State 3; FB Dance 4; ROTC Awards
Ball 4: FNA Sec'y 2: Chorus 2,3,4.








Hallie Ann Glenn
"Hal"
Mineral Wells, Texas
"Mild manners and a gentle
heart."
Math Club 1; Stamp Club 1; Ref. Club
1; SB 1.2; VB 1.2: RkB 1.2; Pep Squad
1: Orchestra 1.2,3.4; Clhen. Lab Assist.
3; Sr. Ring 1.









Ralph Richard Grassau, Jr.
"Dick"
Freeport. Illinois
"He loves to live and lives to
love."
SA Rep. 1; Band 12.3; ROTC 2,3.4;
Capt. 1, Drill Team 3.4: Rifle T,-an 3,
4: Drll Major 1,2.3; Jr. Ring 3;
ROTC Hallowcen Dan,-e 1; Awards Ball











Sara Dorothy Green
"Saratoga"
Singapore, Malaya
"Strictly okay. Need we say
more?"
Sock & Buskin 4; Spanish Club 4; Pep
Squad 1,2.3,4: Off. Assist. 1,2,3; **Fash-
ion Show" 1; Usher 3; Showcase 4.


Harrison Cleveland Griffin
"Chief"
Gainesville, Florida
"He belongs among the best."
FB Intra. 1.2; 21.Club 3: Chem. Assist.
3; ROTC 2,3.4; 2 Lt. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3.


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Rodger W. Griffith, Jr.
"Grif"
Newport News, Virginia
"You get out of life what you
put into it."
IV FB I: ROTC 2.3,1; M/Sgt. 4; Sr.
W, ek 4; Safely 4: Train Ticket 4;
Drill Team 2.3.4: H.on.o Guard 2,3.4:
Fir:ng Squad 3.


Carolyn Hail
Honolulu, Hawaii
"They blessed her with a cheerful
grin that's going to win lair fame
for her."
Xmias Play 1,2: "The Yellow Cap" 1;
Dram. Club 1,2,3; Cralft Club 3: Debat.
3; Radilo Prog. 3: Cheerleadi-r 2; Cliortis
2; Office A. sist. 3; Jr..S,. Pln..... 3: Grad.
Ilsl. 2.


George H. Hamilton
"Hotsie"
Gary, Indiana
"Another newcomer to BHS's
halls and he is as friendly as
can be."
Pres. 1: SA Rep 3: Speech Winner 3:
State Band 2.







Robert B. Hamilton
"Ham"
New York, New York
"A fellow with an engaging per-
sonality, sometimes quiet but al-
ways fun."
Sock & Buskin 4; UN Club 3; BB 2.3.1:
Rifle Teami 2,3; "Seventeenth Sumnmer"
4; Band 1.2.3; ROTC 1.2.3,4. Battalion
Commander 4; Welfare Ch. 4; Awards
Ball Ch. 4: Firing Squad 3; Boys' State
3. Lt. Gov.: Halloween Dance 4.







Lendy Harris
Elk City, Oklahoma
"A friend is a person with whom
you may be sincere."
Sock & Buskin 4; Jr. Ring 3; Sr. Week
4; Grad. Usher 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Studl.
E.nply. Conim. 2; Music 2; SA Dance 2.


Audrey Diane Hearne
"Dee Dee"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"For some days happy, or some
days sad; I count no days but
the ones made glad."
Math Club 2.3; Lih. Club 2: VB 1.2.-t:
SR 2; Rand 3.1: Chorus 2: .ibrar)
Assist. 1,2: Sr. Ring :; Girls State 3.


Christian William Hearon
"Chris"
Panama, R. de P.
"One who never turns his back,
but marches ever forward."
SA Alt. 1; Paraket t 4, Editor 1; "Cur-
tain Gointg I p," 1: "Down in tile Val-
ley" 2: "l.ondonderry Air" 2: "Star
Wagon" 3: "Finiau's Rai.nhow" 3; "Th
Big FIont PI'orh" 4: NHS 3,t, Trras.
I: Sock & Blluskin 2,3,4. Tras. 3. Press.
1: Discasi.tn & Debate 3.1; UN Club
2.3.4; BandI 1.2,3, Vic,.Prer 3: Chorus
I ; Gle Cilib, 1.3.1; ROTC 2.3.1; Capt.
I: Drill Team 3.4; SH Dec. Ch. 2: Jr.
Sr. Prom 3; Assernb. Dir. 4; Talent
Show 2,3.4; Boys' State t3; Chie Justicr
3; Nal. Thespian Soc'y : Valentinr
Formal 4.


Rose Adele Hensler
"Rosie"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Never without a cheery and a
friendly smile."
VB 1,2,3.1; BkB 1.2.3.1; Pep Sq. 1;
Chorus 3; Off. Assist. 3.1; "Fashion
Shon" 1.2.4; BkB 2*. VB 4*; GAA 4;
Cards & Announr. 1: SH Dance 2:
GAA Dance ..









Minerva Diane Herrera
Madrid, Spain
"The rock, her symbol-firmness
of purpose."
Parakeet 4; French Club I.









Marilyn K. Howard
Bluefield, West Virginia
"Oh!! Those stateside gals-a
likeable lass."
Variety Show 2.3; GAA 3: French Club
Press. 3; Dancing 2; Chorus 2: Glee
Club 1; Off. Assist. 1; ICC 3; Sr.
Gift 1: Drives 2.


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Phoebe Jean Hughes
"Jeannie"
Vallejo, California
"She has the eagerness and en-
thusiasm of youth with a sense
of humor to go with it."


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Mamie Lynne Jones
"Mamie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Lovely to look at, delightful to
know."
GAA 3.4: VB 2.3*,4*; BkB 2,3*,4*; SB
1.2; Pep Sq. 1,2; Jr. Rings 3; Cards &
Announc. 4.


Margery M. Icke
"Pennie"
Hollywood, California
"Red hair radiates sunshine."
AA. 1.2; Science Club 1.2: SA 1.2:
NIS 2: FTA 4; Chorus 1.2.3; Band 4:
Orches. 4; Newspaper 1; SA Rep 1.2;
Alt. 4: Sr. Week 1: Fashion Show 3:
I her 1,2; BkB 2*, VB 2, Sec'y 1.2.


Diane M. Jacobs
"Dizey"
Port of Spain, Trinidad
"Reason and judgment are great
qualities."
NHS 3.4, Pres. 4: SA Rep. 2; Math Club
2.3.1. Prl-s. 3; Discus. & Debate 3.1:
Sock & Buskin 3.4; Pep Sq. 2: Chlnru
2. Sp. Chorus 2; Grad. Usher 3: CGS
3, GN Alt. 3: Bacc. Usher 3: Chem. Llb.
A'sist. 3; Physics Lab Assist. 1: Show.
case 2,3; SH Dance 2; Sr. Gift 4: Fr.
Picnic 1; Xmas Formal 3; Elec. &
Lamp,. : Fashion Show 2.

Linda Marie Jacobs
"Lin"
New York, New York
"A combination of brains and
pep; that's our cheerleading edi-
tor."
SA ep. 2,4; Zonian 3.4; Editor 4;
Ba.nl.. Bugle 1; NHS 3.1; BkB 1*.2: Pep
Sq. 1.2; Cheerleader 3.4: Chorus 1:
Band Se c'y 4; Lib. Assist. 1: Oil. Assist.
1.2: VB 1; SB 1,2; French Club 4:
Isber Club 1: Fd. Hockey 3: Fr. Pie-
nic 1, h.: Hion. Track Capt. 3; Co-Ch.
Fr..Soph. Frolic 2; Co-Ch. Ilaug. Ball
3: Showcase 1; Camp & Eler. 2: Jr..
Sr. Prom 3: Valentine Formal 4: Get
Arcquaint. Dance 1.4; CGS 3. Judge. GN
Alt.; FB Dance 3.1; GS Couns. 4: Bal,.
:sher 3; Gradl. Usher 3; Sp. Award 1;
Band Party 4; Dram. Club 2; Soph. Hop
2: Zonian Banq. 3.1: Glens Falls Hisgh
Sclnol 2: Referce Club 1; Visitor's Dal
(i.oln. 2: NSP\ Award 3.



Donna Jean Jenkins
"Don"
Wadsworth. Ohio
I;. li.',.. over with life, love,
and laughter."
FNA 2.3.1; Sock & Buskin 1; Pep Sq.
1.,23: Chloru 1.2,3.1; G1,le Club 4:
BkB 1.*2.3,1: VB 1.2.3.1: SB ;t CGS 3;
SH DaIrt 2: Inaug. Ball 3: Xmas For-
on.1d 3. ,oulrt 3: S,. Picturn s ; Get-
Al.,int. Dance 4; Grad. Usher 3.


Melba Jones
Newman, Georgia
"Walks in a wake of long, low
whistles-a dream doll."
Parakeet 4; BkB 1,2.3: SB 1: VB I:
Sr. Week 4; Safety 4; Fashion Show I.


Marilyn Beth Kelly
Miami, Florida
"If worry is the cause for death,
then I shall live forever."
SA Alt. 1; SA Rep. 2; "The Faithful"
2; Stamp Club 1: UN Club 4; FNA 4:
Math Club 2: BkB 2*; Pep Sq. 1:
Chorus 1; Xmas Formal 3; Sr. Week 4;
CGS 3.










Elma Victoria Kent
"Toby"
Nanticoke, Pennsylvania
"Sweet, shy and poised."
Sock & Buskin 3.4; UN Club :4 Bowling
3; Pep Sq. 2; Orchestra 3,4; Off. Assist.
2; Cards & Announc. 4.








Susan Elizabeth Knapp
"Susie"
Huntsville, Alabama
"Good looks and a happy per-
sonality are only two of her won-
derful traits."
"Londonderry Air" 2: FTA :; Sock
& Buskin 4; Sr. Y-Teens 4; VB 4; Pep
Squad 1; Glee Club 1; Chorus 4; Li-
brary Assist. 4; Grad. Ush. 3; Valen-
tine Formal 4: 1r. \. *....;., Dance 2;
SH Dance 2; ..I..,. r .. 4; Opera
Chorus 4.


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Carroll E. Kocher, Jr.
"Mike"
Colon, R. de P.
"Courteous is he and willing to
be of service."
Sock & Buskin 4: "Seventeenth Summer"
4; Astronomy 3.4: Disc. & Debate 3.4.
Treas. UN Club 3.4: ROTC 2.3,4, 1 -,.I
4; Fr. Picnic 1; SH Dance 2; jr.-bt.
Banq. 3; Valentine Formal 1: CBS 3.










Robert G. Laatz
"Garyv"
Terre Haute. Indiana
"I like work: it fascinates me. I
can sit and look at it for hours."
Swimming; Water Polo; Intra. FB;
ROTC 2.


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Eric V. Larsen
"Little Viking"
Panama, R. de P.
"None but himself can be his
parallel."
Track 1.2; FB & BkB Mgr. 4; ROTC
2,3.4, Sgt. Ic 4; CBS 3: Stamp Club 3:
Sec'y 4: Sr. Showcase 4.









Marcia Simpson Lewis
"Marsh"
Attleboro, Massachusetts
"Filled to the brim with life and
fun."
Sock & Buskin 1,2.3.4; Parrakeet 4; Nat.
Hon. Society 4: U.N 1 q .'.'1. 1
Intra. BkB 2; Intra. --I. *..i.-..
Speaking 1.2; Chorus 3; St. Patrick's
Dance 2: Sock & Buskin Party 3; i.t.il
& Scroll 4; Usher Sr. Comm. 3: Ch .
Showcase 4: CGS 3.


Nils Linfors, Jr.
"Fish"
Bronxville, New York
"(IQalir exceeding his size."
SA Alt. 2; Letterman's Club 1.2,3,4;
Treas. 4;: .r.,,i.:- 1,2.3,4; Capt. 4;
Water Polo I i 1 Capt. 2,3,4; Base-
ball 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Banq. ROTC 2,3.4.,
1/Sgt. 4; Drill Team 2; Cap & Gown I.


Patty Ann Loar
Maysville, Missouri
"Sweet and lovely."
SB I: Pep Squal I: O Of. \sist. 3:
Itlazke, Japan 1,2: Everett. .i,-hington
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Mary Grace Lombana
"Gracy"
Panama. R. de P.
"When a voice is singing cleat.
you always know Grace is here."
SA Rep. 4; "Finian', Rainbow" 3:
"Down in thel V\all'y" 2: Pan-A.er.
Club 3.1: Sock & Buskin 1; GCle Club
3.1: VB 1.2.4; BkB 2.1; SB 2: Pe'p
Squa. 3: Chorus 1.2.3.4, Sp. Chorus 1.2:
Valentine Formal -; Fashion Show 2.4;
Talent Show 1.3.4; Singing Val. 3.4.
Cl.: Showcase 2; Jr.-Sr. Promr Court 3:
Carnival Court 3: Valentine Court 3.









Martin Lopez
Santurce, Puerto Rico
"A quiet, friendly, likeable lad,
with a perfect smile."
ROTC 2; Drill Team 2.









Melinda Marshall
"Milly"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Friendly personality along with
ability."
"Finian's Rainhow" 3; "Down in the
Valley" 2: "The Big Front Porh" 4;
Parakeet 4; Math Club 2,3.4, Ser'y 2,1;
NHS 3.1. Sec'y 4; Sock and Buskin 4:
A;,hery 1; Golf 2: T.V. Program 4;
Pep Squad 3: Orch.; Noon Orches. 1,2.
4: C1hrus Accomp. 1.2.3.4: (lee Club
3, 1i Talent Show 2.3.,: SH Dance 2;
Jr.-Sr. Proml 3: Sr. Party 1, Ch.; Train
Ticket Ch. 4.



Julia Ann May
"Jukie"
Magnolia. Mississippi
"She's sparkle and spice and
everything nice."
SA Rep. 2.3: S' Alt. 1 Zonian 41: Ban-
qul Bugle 4I; Pep Squad 1.2.3. Press. 3;
Cheerlealdr 4. Alt. 2: GAA 2,3.. Sec',
1: GAA Banq. 2: GAA Dance 3,1; FNA
2.3.t; Chous 1,2.3,4. Sp. Clho. 2: *VB
1.2-. 3; SB 1.,2.3: BkB I1.2,31*.l: SH
Dance Clh. 2: "Daisy Mac'" 2: Jr.-Sr.
Prom; Ch. 3; Stud. Dir. Chl. 1: (Cap &
Gon 1; Award Award Aem. 2,3;: FIB Iance
4; Hon. Track Capt. 1: Ad Sell. 4;
CGS 3. See'y of State 3, Coun. 1: Grad.
tsh. 3: Drives Commn. 4; Fashio Show
1; Flag Tw. 3: SA Camp. 2.3.








Geraldine MeGriff
"Geri"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I laughed, and I laughed, and I
laughed 'til I cried."
SA Reip. 1 "Finian's Rainbow" 3
"T.ooth or Shave" 2; Zonian 4; Banq.
Bugle I; Math Club Pres. 2: BkB 1:
SB I; I'ep Squad 1; Cheerleader 2,3.4.
Capt. 1: Clorus 2.3.4; ROTC Batt. Spot-
sor 4: \ail.n. Court 2; FB Court 4:
Shol.wcas, 1 23,1; FB Dance 2.3.4; Jr.
Ring 3; SH Uane Ch. 2; Fresh. Picnic
1; Postir 3: GS 3; ROTC Hallow.
Danc1. I; Awards Ball 1: Grad. IUher
3; CG;S '.Prtl Ch. 3.








Robert MeMath
"Bob"
New York, New York
"Here's a cheerful lad, well worth
knowingg"
IlOT1 3:.1: Washington-Lee High School
2.











Ronald Ernest Mead
"Tweety"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A big little guy who is full of
life."
Math Club 4; I; rn. BkB 3.4: Bowline
2.3.1; mB Intra. 1,2.3.: Churus 1; Lab
A sist. 1.


Carrie E. Miller
San Jose, Costa Rica
"A subtle charm that comes when
you least expect it."
GAA 4; Ref. 1,2.; SB 1,2; VB 1*,2*,
3*.4*; BIkB 1,2,3*4*; Fashion Show 1.2,
3.4; I'Pep Squad 1.2; Bowling 4.







Gladys E. Miller
"Happy"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Dark #,t.i,,,.~ eyes and hair.
My! How the boys stop and
stare."
"Finian's Rainbow" 3; Zonian 1: GAA
1.'.3.4; FNA 2.3,, \ic4 -Pr us. 2. Sec'y
4; Sock & Buskin 3,1; PI.I Squad 1.2.3,
Vice-Pr.s. 3: Cheerlader 4: Flag Tw.
3; Chorus 2.3,4: Get Acquaint. Dance
3. 4; Xlnas Formal Ch. 3; Xmnas Court
3: SH Dance 2: Fresh. Picnic 1; Valen-
tine For mnl Ch. 1: Grad. Ush. 3: VB
1*.2*.3.4*; BkB 1'.2*.3*.4*; SB 11.2*:
Water Ball't 2.3.4; FB Dance 4: CGS 3
Rlef. CI. 1.2.







Silka Mirella Mills
"Silky"
David, Chiriqui. Panama
"To those who know thee not,
no words can paint."
Pin-imr,,u-an Clui 1.


Nadia Mendieta R.
Panama, R. de P. Evelyn Mohl
"A quiet Spanish miss, liked by "Evie"
everyone. Ancon, Canal Zone
'an-Ai.r. lub 4; Cap & Gown 4; Ref. "She outshines the sun."
Ch. 1.


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Dorothee-Anne Melr gel
"Dort"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Laugh and the world laughs
with you."
SB 1; BkB 1.2.3,: V1I 1.2.3.4; Bowling
4; Pep Siqua I1 ChIrus 1,2,3.4; Grad.
lltl. 3; Frot Picnic 1; SH Dance 2;
\mas Fomnal 3 Singing Valen. 2:
IhlCr Club 1: Zonian Ads 2: Sock &
Blokin 1: iRefree Club 2.


Jean Molyneaux
Panama, R. de P.
"Her ways are ways of pleasant-
ness, and joy."
SA Alt. 3; VB 1.2.4: SB 1.2.1: BkB 1.2,
4; Off. A.ist. 1; Jr.-Sr. Pon. 3: Lib.
Assist. 2.


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Elizabeth Monagan
"'Liz"
Tela, Honduras
"Even though her words are few.
Her sweetness has a golden hue."
Library Club 2; Lih. Assit. 2.3,4.










Frank Ritchie More, Jr.
"Ritchie"
Oahu, Hawaii
"When he walked into B.H.S., lie
walked into our hearts as well."
President 3; Spanish Club 1.2; FB 2,3.1:
BkB 3.4; Track 3,4; BB 2.3.1: Letter.
man's Club 2.3.4: Soccer 3; Glee Club
1; Vire-Prs. 1; Lakeimonit Academy.
New York.


Gail Susan Mullarkey

Brooklyn. \, York
"When Irish eyes are smiling, all
the world is bright and gay."
SA t11. 3; Sock & Buskin 3,L Trca. 4;
* Finian's Rainb w" 3: "'Star 4,agon" 3:
Zonian I; Ban|. Bugile I: \V 1.41 BkB
1: Hockey 1.3: Saccer 1: BB 1*: Bowl-
img 3; "Studi." 4; "'Plullan Car Hi.-
walth- 3: IPep Sluad 3: (hecrleader 1;
Boostm-r Club 2; Chorus 1.1; (;ler Club
1: Jr.-Sr. Pro.n 3: Sr. Showcase 1: A,-
senmb 2; (Gld Ush. 3: Pronm 1; CGS 3;
Drama I'arty 31 Flag T-. 3: Nw York
1.2.




Charles Napier
"Mike"
Long Beach, California
"A little nonsense now and then
is relished by the wisest men."
Parakeet 1: Lerttrman's Club 3.4; FB
2,3.4: Trak 3: Band I.t: RKTC 3.4,
Sgt. Ic: 4 Color GuardI 3.1; Valentine
Formal i: Ele. Commn. 3 Ilntra. FB,
BkB, BB 2.


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Ana Raquel Moreno
"Chichita"
Panama, R. de P.
"A sweet attractive kind of
grace."
Spalih C.lb 3,4: Pep Squad 1; Chorus
2,1; Camnival Dance 3.4; Pan-Amer. Day
3; Xmas Dance 3.


Helen J. Nita
"Jania"
Manchester, New Hampshire
"A precious pearl of great price."
"Down in the Valley" 2; FTA 2,3.4.
Sec'y 4: GAA 1: Sock & Buskin 4; VB
1.2,3,4; BkB 1.2.3.4; Bowling 3; Pep
Squad 1.2.3. Sc'y 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4;
G!ee Club i: CG3 3; Grad. UIsher. 3;
SH Dance 2: Gel-Acq.uaint. Dance 4:
Drives 1: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3: SA Ticketi
1; Valentine Formal 4,


George J. Moreno, Jr.
"Georgie"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Rich are those who have him
for a friend."
,World Poster Prize 3; Stamps.


Kenneth Morris
"Mo"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Worry is not for lads like me."
Jr. Vice.Pres.: Sr. Vice-Pres.; SA Rep.
3.4; Letterman's Club 2,3,4; FB 2,3,4.
Capt. 4: BkB 3,4; Intra. SB 2, Intra.
Track 3.4; JV FB 1: JV BkB 1,2; Vis.
Comm,. 1: Lil Abner 2: Get-Acquaint.
Ch. 4; FB Dance Ch. 4; Jr.-Sr. Promn 3:
Stud. Dir. 3: Valentine Formal 4; FB
Dance 3.


Jeanette Orr
"Conjunction"
4ncon. Canal Zone
"Always i .it,,,:- to help a friend."
Sock & Buskin 4; "Finian', Rainbow"
3: Pep Squad 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Glee
Club 3.4; Chorus 3.1; Showcase 3; Jr.-
Sr. Banq. 3.


Niza Esther Pasamante
"Little Bit"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Sports ability Ir.' ii..i I r1..,
netic eyes that ,roi/.,
SA Rep. 1; "Finian's Rainbow" 3:
"Down in the Valley" 2; GAA 2.3.4;
Spanish Club 4; Sock & Buskin -: Gler
Club 3,4; VB 1-,2*.3*.1-; BkB 1.2*.3*.
1*; SB 2*; SH Dance 2: Jr. Ring 3;
Sr. Ring 4: Showcase 1; Talent Show
2,4; "Fashion Show" 2.3.1.


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Sheila Eileen Paterson

Panama, R. de P.
"A sweet countenance reflects
sweet thoughts."
Spanish Club 3,4; Sock & Buskin 4:
Library Club 1.2; VB 4: BkB 2.3; Pep
Squad 1: Library Assist. 1.2: Fashion
Show 1.2; Span. Court 3; Spanish Dance
3: Showcase 3.






Mary Frances Pennington
"Penny"
Lawton, Oklahoma
"Looks and wits give this Miss
her popularity."
Sock Buskin 4: "Svntreenth Sumner"
41 Zonian 4: Banq. Bugle 4;: AA 2.3.1:
FNA 2.3.1; Vice-Pres. 4; VB 1.4; SB 2':
BkB 3,1; Bowling 3; Tennis: Waler
Ballet 2: "Studio" 4; Pep Squad 1.2:
Chorus 4: Library Assist. 1: GAA Dance
3.4: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3: Grad. Marshall 3:
Sr. Pictures 4: SA Tickets 4: Get-
Acquaint. Danre 4; Xmas Formal Court
3: CGS 3.







Carol Ann Perantie
Minneapolis, Minnesota
"A sincere lass; a credit to BHS"
SA Rep. 3: Zonian 4: Ban-. Bugle 4;
iock & Buskin 2.4; FNA 3.1; GAA 3.4:
NHS 4: VB 3*. BkB 3*,4*; GAA Dlanc
3,4: Pep Squa.l 1.2,3.; Lib. Assiat. 1;
Clinic AsistI. 2; Zonian Blus. Mg I. 1;
SA Tickets 4: Awds. Day Ass-nrb. Ch.
.; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3: Fr. Picnic 1: C:alds
& Announce. I CGS 3: Fd. Ho: key 3.


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Suzan Ruth Potter
Suzzi"
Columbus, Ohio
"She walks in beauty."
Sock & Buskin 4; BkB 1.2.3; VB 1,2.3;
Chorus 4; Gler Club 4; ROTC Spon.
1; ROTC Dance 4; Awards Ball 4; FB
Court 4: Sr. Week 4; Yearbook 3; Pres.
2; Treas. 1: Newspaper 1,2.









Luis Carlos Prosperi, Jr.
"Louie"
Panama, R. de P.
"His favorite book-the telephone
directory."
SA 4Al. 2.3; Swimming 1; Water Polo
2.3,1: Sr. Pict!lrei 4.


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Nancy Frost Purdy
"NVnce"
Concord, New Hampshire
"Here's a girl who's simply grand,
always lending a helping hand."
Math Club 2.3,4; FTA 2.3.1. Vice-Pres.
3. Pr:s. 4; French Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4:
I N Club 3,4; NHS 4; SB 1; Pep Squall
1.3; Chor:. 2.3: Sp. Chorus 3; Banl
Se'y 1: Carlds & Announc. 4:; CGS 3.


Jayne Ruth Peterson
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Speech is great; but silence is
greater."
Chorur 1.2.













Victor M. Pitti
"Vie"
*Tic"
David, R. de P.
"Sincerity is a charm all its own."
Intra. BkB 2.3,4: Chess Chlb 4.


Joseph Edward Pustis
"Joe"
Boston, Massachusetts
"The foolish man seeks happiness
in the distance: the wise grows
it under his feet."
SA Rep. 3; SA Alt. 4; NHS 4; Lib.
Assist. 1; Lab. Assist. 3: ROTC 2.3.4.
Major 4; Drill Team 2,3.4; Jr.-Sr. Pron
3; Cards & Announe. 4; SA Drives 4;
SH Dance 2: Showcase 2.






Robert Winfield Rennie
"Robin"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Play is my job, work, my hobby,
and success, my ambition."
Track 1,2,3.1; Intra. Track 2; Zon. Bus.
Staff 2; ROTC 2.3,4. Sgt. 4; Fr. Show-
case 1; Jr. Showcase 3. Ch.; Sr. Week
1: BS 3: Firing Sq. 2; SH Dance 2;
Rifle Team 2; Assist. FB Mgr.


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LoAis Robert Reyes
"Ojos"
Ancon, Canal Zone
il..ilt., am 1: from care I'nm free.
II ,. aren't they all conteteed
like me?"
ROTC 2,3.









Virginia Reynolds
"Cheena"
San Antonio, Texas
"Sparkling personality with mag-
netic charm."
SA Rep. .: Sec'y ; "Finiain' Rainlow"
3: Sock & Buskin 3.I; Parakeet 4; Mal:h
Club 3; IPep Club 3: VB 3; Water Bal-
let 3; Ofice Assistl. 4; CGS 3. Governor
3; (;irl' Nation 3: Xmas Formal Queen
3; J..-Si. Proml 3 SA D)rivre Ch. 4;
SH Dance Cort 2.








Richard Richardson
"Dick"
Pomona. California
"Quiet but powerful."
Banld 2,31.1.


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Arcadio Rodanirhe
"Archie"
Panama, R. (dl P.
"H.H.S.'s example of ia yellow
who believes chivalry is not dead,
and still practices it."
Spanish Clu 1 1 ROTC 3,1, Sgt./I. 1;
A4chi,,v. Awd. 2: Cap & Gown 1.











Olga M. Rhii'iviii
Colon. R. de I'.
"A likeable Senorita, cute and
gay: she's tops in every way."
'an.-im.i r. (:Clu 4: Otitie Assist. 1:
. Pictures 4: Pr,-. Pan.-Amnt- Club.








Patricia Consuelo Samson
"Connie"
Colon, R. dle P.
"Her merry heart makes tll our
days bright."
Parakeet Bus. Staff 4: Pan.Amer. Club
;: UN Club 1: VB 1.3.4; Bowling 3;
BkB 1; SB 1.3: Pep bquad 3; Cllhoru
3,1: Gle Club I: Office Assist. 3: r.
Party 1.


Carol Keith Roberts
"Keith"
Long Beach, California
"A tiny bundle of T.N.T."
Sock & Buskin 4: "'Finian's Rainbow"
3; FNA ;: Riling Club 2; Y-Teens 1:
VB 1.2; BkB 1: SB 1; Tennis 2:
Chorus 2.3.1; Glee Club 3,1: Xlias For-
mal Court 3; Prom. Court 3: Gaimma
Gamma Sor. 2: Jr.-Sr. Barq. 3: Cap &
Gown Ch. ); C(S 3.


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Herbert R. Schneider
"Herb"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"I/i,,1. .(,.' i,, i v wit at his
tongue-tip."
ROTC 2.3.1:; ni/Si 1: Fr. Pcniri I
SA Alt. 1.


Charles L. Robinson
"Chuck"
Tacoma, \\rhilIl-n
"His days are full of fun."
ROTC 2,3.1. Sgt./lc 4.


William T. Sears
"Bill"
Panama, R. de P.
"Not bold, not shy. nor short,
nor tall, a pleasant minglinglg of
them all."
Leltlernan'i Club 1.23.1; Caim.ra Club
2: Chers Club 1; Gun Club 1.2: Swi,,.
ruing 1,2.3,1: FIB ).V. 1.2: Sailing 1,2:
Tennis 2; Water Polo 1; Civi,-, Cllli I
Sok & Biukitn 2; Diving 1: Chamiin
1.2,3: Swint. Capt. 3.


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Carlos Raul Seise
"Charlie"
Ancon. Canal Zone
'" prefer to take life as it comes
and worry but little."
Intra. BkB 2: Intra. FB 2: ROTC
Sft. /li .









Eleanor Deane Selbv
"Dee"
Alexandria, Virginia
"Her many virtues make her a
girl who holds your eye and inter-
est for a long time."
Tre-a. 1: AR. Verp. 3: SA Alt. 3; Class
Pl- 1: '"Rorirng Twenties Zonian 4:
H\aruick 3: French Club 2,3: FNA 4:
,'B 1: BkB 2.1: VB 2.3.1: Hockey 2;
Xmas tD. re1 t 1: Camp. A-emtb. 1.2:
\Viltrntinr Fi al 4: Jr.Sr. Pror 3:
SCA SJ-rapbo.k 3: Rr. Comnm. 3.


Judith Marlene Sigl
"Judy"
Green Bay, Wisconsin
if.,ii. and gay and full of taun."
GAA I: 1VB 1.2.1*: Water Ballet 2.3,4:
SB 2; Li b. Assist. 2: Caps & Gotwn,
4; Jr. Ring Conm. 3: CGS 3.












Nancy Elizabeth Simon
Colon, R. de P.
"She looks like a page out of
'Seventeen'."
P p Squa.1 1; Sr. Picturs 4J; Fashion
Show 1.2.


Carolyn J. Small
"Carol"
San Francisco, California
"Never idle a moment but thrifty
and thoughtful of others."
Yearbok 1.2: VB 2.3: Grad. Chorus 2:
Chorus 4; Kokura DUpendent School,
Japan.


Aileen F. Smith
"Frenchv"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A pleasant girl of sterling
worth; she is half quietness, half
mirth."
Satnish Club 1; Pep Squad 1: Fashion
Sho. 1: Showcase Display 2.










John Henry Smith
"Smity"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Nine tenths of wisdom is being
wise in time."
SA All. 1: "Curtain Going Up" 1:
"Star Wagon" 3; "Showdown at Saw-
tOoth" 1; Math Club 1.2.3,4, Pres. 1:
Chrss Club 3.1: N Club 4; Debate
Club 4; So"-k & Buskin 1.2.3,4. Vice-
Pres. I: Bolinlg 3; Phisit s Lab. Asist.
1: ROTC M/Sat. 4: Stud. Dir, 1.


John B. Stevens
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A friendly guy that sues a spe-
cial 'Hi!' for us all."
ROTC 2.3.4, M/Sgt. 1: Dli-rs Comnnu.
1: Fr. Picnic 1: Boys" State 3.










Martha M. Stevenson
"Shorty"
Pinewall, New Jersey
"Her efforts make other lives
better."
Math Club 2: SB 1: VB I: BkB 1;
Pep Squad 1.2; CGS 3: Jr.-Sr. Banq.
i; Stating 1.









Robert E. Strumpf
"Bob"
Jacksonville, Florida
"A gentleman is a man who can
disagree without being disagree-
able."
NHS 4; SA All. 4; Cihem. Lab. Assist.
3: ROTC 2.3,4. 1 Lt. 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet
1; Hallowern Danci 4; Rifle Team 3:
Boys' State 3: Train Tickets 4: T.V.
Program 4: Welfare Comm. 4.


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Carol Ann Styles
Colon, R. de P.
"An attractive newcomer BHS
sure is proud of."
SA Hep. 1; Sclhool Paper 1: (;IA 1.2.1;
Y-Club 3; Office Assist. 1,2.








Owen Charles Sutherland
"Shimmy"
Colon, R. de P.
"Nature formed but one such
man.
Presildnt 2: Vice President 1: SA R-p.
2: SA All. 1; Parakeet 3: Letlrrman'n
Club 2,3,4. P'r.s. 1; NHS 3.4, Vice-Pr,.,
1: FB 1.2.3,4; BkB 2.3.4; BB 23,1:
Track 23.4: All-Zone Fl 3.,1; Al!-Zone
BB 3.1; ROTC 2; Bacc. & Gral. Marsh-
all 3: Fr. Picnic 1: Get-Aicquaint. 2;
NSPA 3: SH Dance 2: Jr. Ring 3:
\wanrs Day 1: FB Dance Ch. 1: Roy..







Michael Taylor
"Grud"
Colon, R. de P.
"He's the tall and handsome one,
a great guy who's lots of fun."
ROTC 2.3: Track 1.2.3,.; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3: SH Dance 2.











Ben Thomas
"Ben"
New York, New York
"A happy heart makes a happy
guy.
Chess Club; Bridgr Club; Boys' State.


Claudette S. Toussieh
"Claudie"
Panama, R. de P.
"She's attractive, refined, and
very meticulous. Dreaming oj
someone? Oh! don't be ridicu-
lous."
So:k & Buskin 3.1. Banquert: Tick-t Se.ll.
ing; Make. Up; Spanish Club 1; Cihess
Club 1,2; BkB 1.:2 VB 1.2; Pep Squ.d
1: Chorus I: Xmas Formai 3: Cap
G l.n I: (rad. Ush. 3.





Sandra M. Turner
"Sandy"
Colon, R. de P.
"She is as a sunbeam on a win-
ter's day."
"Seenteen h Sununer" 4: Pep Squad
12: Chorusn ,2: Office Asist. 3.4; So.k
& Buskin 1: Parakeet Ad Seller 1.2: SA
Rep. 3 1: FTA 2; Xnms l)anr 3: Sr.
Week 4: CGS Obs. 3.








Laura Urriola
"Toty"
Panama, R. de P.
"A Latin lass with a winning
-...., a friend like her is well
worthwhile."
Spanish Club 1.2.3.1;: kB 4: VB 1.1;
Pep Squad 1; Spa. Vice-Pres. Carnival
Dance Ch. 1.2.3.1: Pann-Aner. Day
Conlm. 3.








Raquel Urriola
"Pipo"
Panama, R. (de P.
"Friendliness and sincerity make
her what she is, a well-liked per-
son that's nice to have around."
Spanish Club 1,2,3.4: VB 1.4: BkB 1.
4: Pep Squad 1: Pan-.mner. Day 3:
Showcase 3: Carnival Dancr 2.3.


Robert E. Toothman
"Bob"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"If he were a finer fellow, he
wouldn't be human."
Lrettrman's Club 2.3,4: Camera Club 4;
Track 1,2.3,1: FB 2.3: ROTC 2.


Carol Ann Voortmeyer
"Cleo"
Oakland. California
"A likeable lass with a great deal
of class."
SA Rep. 2; "Sixteen"; Reporter 2:
Zonian 4; Radio Club 2,3: Remnbrandt
Club 1.2,3; French Clulb .t Chess. Clli,
4; Sock & Buskin 2.3.4; SB 1;: B 1;
Gral. Uhler 3; Cards & Announc. 1;
Showcnsa 2; CGS 3: BkB 4.


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Ethel Voss
Bloomfield, New Jersey
"Earnestness and sincerity are
synonymous.
Sck & Buskin 1: Chorus 1: Proldcing,
S Sloting 2.











Wayne D. Wall
"Walu"
Atlanta, Georgia
"He throws good pitches, and he
takes good pictures."
ice-.Prs. 1; President 2; SA Vice-
'res. 3: Letterman's Club 3.4: BB 3.4:
Track 4; FB Dance 4: Sr. Party 1: BII
All-ZI nc 1.







James W. Watson, Jr.
"Jim"
Mobile, Alabama
"Rare compound of ability, frolic
and fun."
Se.'y 1; Vice-Pres. 2: President 3: SA
Rep. 3.14; SA Alt. 1: Parakeet Make-
Up Editor 1: Letterman's Club 3,4;
Bridge Club 3.1; Bowling 3.4: Fr. BkB
1: JV BkB 3; ROTC 2,3,4, 2nd Lt. 4:
Train Tkts. ;1 Sr. Gift 4: TV Prog. 4:
Governor oi CBS 3: Boys' Nation 3:
Inaug. Ball 3; Singing Valentines 4:
Halloweun Dance 4; Intra. Awd. 3: Jr.-
Sr. Banq. 3.









John R. Wibel
"Weasel"
Denver, Colorado
"I am a student, and girls are
subjects to study."
Caimpib-ll Union High School, California;
Ct.e Club; : Showcase 4.










Norman Wiley
"Norm"
El Paso, Texas
"For every inch of Norm, there's
a mile of smile."
Spanish (lub 2.3: ROTC 2.3,1: MI/Sgt.
1: Sr. Party 1.


Robert Wills
"Willie"
Colon, R. de P.
"His motto, "Love thy neighbor
-especially if she's beautiful."
SA Rep. 4: FB 2.1: BkB 1.2: Track 3,
4; Letterman's Club.








Daniel Goehring Winklosky
"Danny"
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
"True to his word, his work, his
friends."
SA Alt. 1.4; Letterman's Club 2.3.4:
NHS 3.4; FB 1,2,3.4: BkB 2.3.4, Capt.
I All-Zone BB 3,1: All-Zone FB 4: ROTC
2.3.4; 1st Lt. 4: B rcc. Marshall 3;
Comment. arshall 3: Fr. Picnic I:
Drives Comrm. 3.1: Jr.-Sr. Banq. 3:
Boys' State 3.4;: Valrn. Formal 4.









John Edward U inklhIu-
"Big Jack"
Greensburg. Pennsylvania
"His business and his art are to
live."
FB 1.2,41 BkB :4 Track 1.2.1: Letter.
nman's Club 1.2.3.4; Jr.-Sr. Promn 3.





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Forest Bringhurst Wise
"Gertrude"
Passaic, New Jersey
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
SA Sc'y 4: "Finian's Rainbow" 3;
"P'ullman Car Hiawatha" 2: "Seven-
teenth Summer" 4; FNA 2,3,4: Sock &
Buskin 4; Pep Squad 2: Churus 1,2,3.
4, Sp. Clo. 2; Glee Club 3.4; ROTC
Sponsor 4; Inaug. Ball 4; SA Tickets 4;
Sr. Ring Ch. 4; Jr. Ring 3: ROTC Ball
4; Halloween Dance 4; SH Dance Court
2; Valentine Court 3: Singing Valen. 3;
CGS Attorn. Gen. 3: CGS Conn. 4.







Joseph C. Wood
"Joe"
Panama, R. de P.
"A friend to all, a foe to none.
Give him a job, and he's sure to
get it done."
ROTC 2.3.1. 1st. Lt. 4: ROTC Drill
Team 3.4; Sr. Pictures 4.









Lewis W. Wood
"Louis"
Panama. R. de P.
"The man who finds the most
happiness for himself is often the
man who least hunts for it."
"Seventeenlth Summnr" 4: Chess Club
I: Debate Club 3.4; Orches. 4; ROTC
2.3.4, 1st. Lt. 1: Ush. Guard 2.3; Fir-
ing Squad 23; Rifle TIella 4; Boys
Stlat 3; Sr. Pictures .1.


Richard W. Wright
"Dick"
Panama, R. de P.
"He is always there 'hern onu
need him."
SA All. 3; PIrrakeet, Assist. Ed. 3,1;
NHS 3.1: Sock & Buskin 3.1: Astron
omy (4lul Vi, e.Pres. 4: Cllbs Clubl 2.:.
4. Stc'y 1. Pr .irlent i ; IN Club 3:.
\ice-Pro,. 4: Di-bate Club 3.1. .'y :.
Pres4.I; TV 1: Band: Phb-i. La
Assist. I; ROTC 2.3., M. -. I Fr.
Showcase 1: SH Dan c 2; cGe-Aiuaint.
Dancre I Xnas Formal 3: Budgi t Comm.
3; Assemb. ;1 Sr. Party 1; NSPA
Award 3; Quill & Scroll 3; "Curtain
Going U'p" 1: "Seventeenth Sunnmerr"
4; Journ. Banq. Ch. 3; U4her Guard
.1 1.


Not Pictured



Joseph F. Blackburn
"Josie"
lurtonsville, Maryland
"He lives the forward-looking, outward-looking
life."
I.iLettein n's Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1: Saim, ninn 1. 2. i2
ROTC 2. 3. Sil 4; UsheI r 2, 3; Traik 1. 2: Bkb. 1. 2.
JV.







Robert Borgstede
"Bob"
New York, New York
"I have great dreams of mighty things to come."
Boy*' State 3: ROTC 2, 3. I.







Joseph Chalmers
"Teddy Bear"
Knoxville, Tennessee
"He enjoys life in a big way."
FB 1. 2. 3, 4; IlkB 1. 2. Ltr Cl, 2 3. : L Club 1. 2. 3 1:
Wo-Hi Yearbook Ads, Japan.







James S. Kraemer
"Stanberry"
Fort Worth, Texas
"Friends, Romans, tI.,,ntarr,,,.' Lend me your
I,,n, ..../l '







Allen Sheppard
"Chouw"
Swedesboro, New Jersey
"Takes life easy but enjoys it."









Balboa Hiah School Seniors


Top. left to right: M. Eberenz; B. Cunninii ham' 11. \rehilbld: 1. liirn i. Doi-er: M. Gibb-: C. Corn: J.
Hughes; T. Allen; D. Hearne; Y. Amar: H. Ili-n-lr: i.. Hail: 11. lHoard: \1. ,irard: B. (op.penhaier: I.
Abadi. Second, 1. to r.: B. Elich; B. Abell: J. Barlo : I1. Foile-: J. tahrubel: K. lFllrlon: L. 'ro-rimniia: (.
Fernandez; C. Griffin; M. Fallenbaum; I.. DobroiLki: N. L.infIr-: J. DoraII: P. Adarlm- J. Degenaar; %. (.ilhbLri:
D. Bleakley; L. Harris;. Third, 1. to r.: L. Barlier: It. l'earon E: I.r-en: Edninnd-on: J. Farrell. T. iler-
ander; D. Drennan; D. Behar; J. Galloa> : R. Bor-l ede: 4 ,v%: (.. Klimilton. 1. Kocher: MI. Fallon: (,.
Durfee; C. Bouza; R. Chan; G. Iaatz. Ftnurrh. I. to r.-l.. ood: J. (.haliir-; 4 %-hl.s : R. (.rilfilh: 4.. (am-
pagnani; T. Clifford; J. Benson; J. Floer-: (... Ilearon: W. Dolan: J. Blackl.lurn: R. Fernande.,: J. marlinn:
M. Lopez; R. Hamilton; J. Kraemer; R. 4,ra--au: J. Barr. Rotiito. I. it r.: R. Ble-h: E. Al.iuna: J. .Engelk.r
H. Bishop; E. Estrada; C. Casira; E. Co-ca: \. ra-irar: Ihcarrag: 11. lerrera: E. Bea-le : B. Ilai-: II.
Critch; B. Farbman; R. Barr; N. Acly; 1I. (,Ieiin: t. Grer.ne.


At graduation time we shall stand pri.,l "I I llt
work we have accomplished in high schli.,I and llith
honors and awards we have received. \- -m..'li-.
we look back on the past four years jai rJ-ali,-
how rewarding and enjoyable they have 1. .-I. TI, i
will be those "unforgettable years" in i.ur III.-

Remember? In our freshman year ", .1,, t.-1
Carlos Rivas as our president; Owen 'utihlilanid.
as vice-president: and James Watson, a- -.c.r-tir:
Our Freshman Picnic was a rollicking b.rri-l .1 lun.
organized by Linda Jacobs and her go-i..fIingr 1...II
mittee. We were the lowest of the lo, Ithat \a-r.
but it didn't matter because just beirin in higlh
school was wonderful.

In our sophomore year we were one -t-r Inlighlr
on the ladder of our aspirations. To If.ad u- lln
year. we elected Owen Sutherland, presili. nt. Jajnii-
Watson, vice-president; and Judy Engelkr.. ,-i r.-.
tary. Who will ever forget our terrific -.,dli,- IHi.
kins Dance? Julia May and Ken Morri- r'iii,'l


J. I).1|-\ Ml r, ,, .,,, I.1,L 1 A l l,, ,,I. thal lu,,. Kllk'd
- #n riiri:. It I a- .a rie.l %eal and %%I %,.r. a little
-..rf\ In, -it- it -ir- 1ti in '*nd. %%,- had ownr i. n-
-I.laln.. I| p,. lj.J l. \\ l l i ] i.r ..i\l \ ea ut ipl.'i -


.r jl .11a ui lI.lr' l l J. ..l l -ll I lkr
I,' II-n 1, 1 II I hll i llI. I -1 li.,- l, r 1i\ n. r t,-ri
.lnu-.-.i |,L>\ tl .r- I hra. h i, -ri i j l ,i, .... i 'l, rell\
.l.1. n h11 -l hall-.' \\,r- .l l i iildhd l that n% % r,-
.iir I i, I Ir,-h.lii -n. \\-e %\ rkr.l ha3 id ith t \ear.
iiil e alkl ilehredl m .ll th,- thik l thingn-. -llur
lIa- ..[i h ir,.- rhi \,ar % ie" Jaii,-- l-,n. pIr.t-i-


lUn.l : k n \l rr i -. i .Inicr-1 ,-'. Julia n11 Juil\ lEn-
"'-l,,e. 1., rhla r,,a th d .- ur ...ihl, l in e- I..... ..Ie
.I idW 1.r-t Iir-inV 11he 2al1 Chrislinj- F.-rinal umth
<, 1.11 1 illi' r Ji lhi aimr ian. ( bIee i ir ni.iil- nj~
.ur ir laker'l ~lrlur in.

1 l n.i-l an.e the l i- i..i Juni.-r- -ni.i Ban-
.qurl aind Pr.on. 1.rizi/rl \' Julia l 1\]a i and Pit
TIFinh -. liairniian -dI th-ir i...iimiit -,-. k Bi ob r .i.b.









of The Year 1957


. .


Top, left to right: V. Pitti; E. Mohl; C. Stoakly; M. Stevenson; G. Miller; J. Peterson; N. Purdy; E. Monagan;
M. Lewis; L. Jones; S. Turner. 2nd row, I. to r.: J. Sigl; F. Wise; M. Marshall; J. May; R. Strumpf; R.
A right C. Seise; J. Wibel; L. Prosperi; R. Mead; W. Sears; J. Smith; J. Wood; B. Thomas; A. Smith; S.
Patterson; A. Moreno; C. Small; J. Winklosky. 3rd row, 1. to r.: G. McGriff; O. Sutherland; A. Rodaniche;
D. Jacobs; P. Pennington; C. Perantie; D. Metzger; D. Selby; E. Voss; M. Kelly; J. Orr; C. Mi ler; P. Loar;
M. Icke; V. Reynolds; C. Tossieh; C. TsieVoortmeyer; K. Morris. 4th row, I. to r.: H. Schneider; J. Pustis; W.
Wall; N. Wiley; M. Napier; J. Stevens; C. Robinson; L. Reyes; R. Richardson; J. Watson; R. Wills; M. Tay-
lor; G. Moreno; R. MeMath; R. More; R. Rennie; R. Toothman; D. Winklosky. Bottom, I. to r.: R. Urriola;
E. Kent; L. Urriola; C. Samson: S. Potter; C. Roberts; D. Jenkins; S. Mills; N. Pasamante; N. Mendietta; I.
Rodriquez; G. Mullarkey; L. Jacobs; S. Knapp; G. Lombana; M. Jones; H. Nita; N. Simon.


erts and Grace Lombana were the girls chosen to
be in the Prom Queen's Court. Final exams brought
the year to a close and we left the halls of BHS
to return in September. seniors at last.

With September of 1956 came our senior year,
and we were the ambitious, aspiring class of 1957.
We had come a long way through the years, pre-
paring for our future, making lasting friendships.
and doing what had to be done.

\~a:ii this year we elected nothing but the best
to be our class officers. Gerald Durfee was our
1pr,'-i1,. t: Ken Virli-. our vice-president; and
Cheena Reynolds, our secretary.

\\ started the year off in top form by winning
an exciting victory at the Jamboree and permanent
possession of the trophy. Maria Girard was our
lovely Fooball Queen and Ken Morris was honor-
ary captain of the football team. Remember the
rousing pep rallies, the f..rlall. basketball, and
baseball games where we yelled our loudest, as if


we knew this was the last year we'd be able to
cheer our team to victory?
We studied hard for those college board exams
and we knew the reward would be well worth the
effort. Our Valentine Formal with Lucho Azcar-
raga at the organ brightened the horizon and every-
one had a wonderful time at the Army-Navy Club
that night. King Ritchie More and Queen Julia
la%. with their senior attendants Lendy Harris
and Lynn Jones, reigned over the evening.
As the weeks went by. we slipped into our treas-
ure box more wonderful, unforgettable memories
of our days in BHS.
Now, at graduation, it is all over but the mem-
ories which will live in our hearts forever. mem-
ories of laulghi~ig. carefree days, of triumphs and
defeats, and of close friends. We will always re-
member Graduation Day, the day we stood on the
threshold of our future looking ahead, with hopeful
hearts and eager minds. Ours is the spirit of youth
and a zest for living. Ours is the world.









CONGRATULATIONS


Nanciv .ch

EfI;i lliiiia

Scelle An ar

Rachel Barr

Jame, Ben-oni

Ho-e Ble-l

Rol'erlo Clhin (1II

Hlarriel (Crilch J

.loan Deii pgienar Dal

.Jnilili Engelkc F

Pegpy Foilc-

Iiallie Glenn





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1ine1. Wail
liel Wink

;ichail \1


C:lee Griffin

Chrilian Hearon

Minerla Herrera

Diiane Jacol)b

Linda Jacobl)

Marcia Le i.-

1i-ihll Melinda Manr.lall

01on Carol Peranlic

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Roberl Slrumalpf

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BEST DANCERS


LYNNE JONES
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Bob Hamilton, Maria Girard


BEST DANCERS
David Behar, Judy Sigl


BEST LOOKING
Luis Prosperi, Agnes Brin


MOST POPULAR
Carlos Fernandez, Julia May


MOST TALENTED
Melinda Marshall, George Moreno


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MOST ATHLETIC MOST INTELLECTUAL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Bob Fearon, Judy Engelke Nancy Acly, Richard Wright Roberto Chan, Joan Degenaar


FRIENDLIEST
Donna Jenkins, Jerry Durfee


WITTIEST
Ronald Mead, Rose Hensler








ROAD HOGS


David Tate
President


Mr. W. Mikulich
Class Sponsor


Joan Dimpfl
Secretary


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Top, left to right: L. Breeding; C. Covington; R. Curro; R. Berman; S. Canas; D. Chan; D. Aydelkop; B.
Bishop; M. S. Chanis; F. Bauchman. Middle, 1. to r.: H. Adams; S. Barlow; E. Ashley; B. Betz-Mykland;
B. Calvo; L. Burrillo; E. Bailey; B. Crowe; M. Conover. Bottom. 1. to r.: P. Bennett; G. Barbier; S. Aliponga;
W. Bunch; R. Barbara; H. Adams; V. Avila; L. Beckley; E. Burch.


Top, left to right: E. Chism; C. Cambra; R. Gaudy; S. Dunning; A. Garay; M. Dew; J. Garcia; S. Farbman;
B. Duke; F. Dube; E. Cunningham. Middle, I. to r.: I. Clare; J. Dimpfl; J. Dunn; L. Dew; J. Eglinton; S.
Fawcett; E. Damerau; J. Fuller; R. Duran. Bottom. I.to r.: J. Chase; C. Chase; J. Curtis; J. Chalmers; T.
Corrigan; M. Crook; C. Douglas; S. Clemmons.


Miss Hazel Matthews
Asst. Class Sponsor








JUNIORS


1 a 'I -7 d Ii S
Top, left to right: A. Frangioni; P. Larrinaga; C. Lipszyc; A. de la Lastra; M. Lavallee; C. Hackett; R. Head;
R. Duke; M. Hill; M. Jordan; D. Hutchison. Middle, D. Jones; Lawler; C. Herr; A. Luddy; S. Light; S. Johans-
son; N. Hughes; L. Longmore; E. Kaan; M. Hebert. Bottom, 1. to r.: J. Grubbs; M. Hazera; B. Bateman; R.
Hayden; T. Jackson; J. Esslinger; R. Eggleston; J. Entebi; H. Errhalt; B. Claxton; W. Halvosa.


Top, left to right: F. Miller; S. Mable; G. McCullough; F. Paige; C. Ott; S. Nelson; K. Magnuson; K. Monagan;
S. Purdy; D. Miller; S. Metheny; E. Maduro; E. Olave; C. Mastellari; M. Moreno; O. Nunez. Middle, 1. to r.:
B. Priest; A. Libert; D. Pascual; R. Kessler; B. Kielhofer; B. Fullman; V. Quiros; L. Parson; L. Papazian;
J. MeCaughey; C. Kiameo; P. Hurst; G. Medina; G. Cosca; F. Poller. Bottom. 1. to r.: G. Kirkland; G.
Trimble; R. Million; W. LeBlane; E. Maduro; E. Ameglio; N. Pedersen; C. McGriff; C. Laatz; A. Nahmad;
H. Nash; G. Gianatasio; C. Meggers.


m iM
Top, left to right: E. Fo'se; J. Tribe; S. Schneider; D. Young; M. Smith; N. Raybourne; S. Rhoads; B. S.
Spencer; R. Staniulis; D. Stringer; S. Susso; M. Varela; N. Tluhrrell: D. Rose; F. Townsend. Middle. I. to r.:
J. Zardon; M. Smith; H. Wakefield; M. Wickman; F. Skinner; L. Raymond; G. Simon; C. Zirkman; M.
Williams; A. Rentz; G. Slice; S. Taylor; M. Reimann; B. Sander; R. Valentine. Bottom. I. to r.: D. Ryter;
E. sharp: L. Siegel; D. Tate; C. Wommack; S. Schroeder; P. Saxon; C. Toothman; D. Randel; J. Trower;
E. a.-hburn: D. Reece; D. Roberts; L. Wong; S. Sitton.









JUNIORS


JR.-SR. BANQUET COMMITTEE Top,
left to right: R. Gandy; D. Young; N. Ther-
rell; M. Jordan; S. Nelson. Seated. I. to r.:
B. Sanders; S. Sitton; A. Nahmad.


JR. SHOWCASE COMMITTEE
.lintrdling. left to right: C. Hackett, E. Kaan, D.
Hutchinson, G. Kirkland, R. Head, N. Hughes, R.
Duran, S. Light, Ch. Kneeling. left to right: M.
Conover, K. Magnuson.

What a year this has been! To begin with we
elected David Tate. president: Al Nahmad, vice-
president: and Joan Dimpfl. secretary. At our
beautiful Christmas formal. Jackie Dunn was
crowned Queen.

JR. RING COMMITTEE-Top. left to right: G. Bar-
bier; T. Corrigan. Second, 1. to r.: B. Spencer; S.
Mable, Ch.; R. Barbara; D. Ryter. Bottom. I. to r.:
B. Crowe; J. Tribe; M. Smith; M. Hebert.
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JUNIORS


I

JUNIOR SHOWCASE COMMITTEE -Top. left to
right: S. Johansson; J. Chase; G. McCullough; D.
Miller, Ch. Bottom, 1. to r.: C. Valentine; L. Ray-
mond; S. Rhoads; L. Parson; F. Miller.

The Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom were the
last big get-togethers of the two classes. The dream
of being a senior is almost a reality. It's only a
summer vacation ,tia\.

JlI lOR CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE-
Top. left to right: M. Lavallee; B. Duke; A. Luddy;
J. Dinpfl. Middle, I. to r.: G. Simon; L. Dew; S.
Purdy; J. Dunn, Ch. Bottom. 1. to r.: D. Randel;
C. Herr; W. Halvosa; S. Taylor; R. Million.


JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE-
Top, left to right: J. Trower; D. Reece; E.
Cunningham; V. Avila. Middle. 1. to r.: C.
Zirkman; F. Paige, Ch.; S. Canas; E. Ma-
duro; M. Smith; M. Wickman. Bottom, I.
to r.: J. Eglinton; M. Reimann; V. Quiros;
E. Damerau.









BACKSEAT DRIVERS












BILL BRUNNER (.11 RI.IE I-REN II
President \ ire Pre-ilent










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MR1. G CAiE
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Top, left to right: T. Arias; S. Chester; M. Cicero: 11. Cha-e: B. ('aiinbell: I. %ndre-.: J. Be-eb: N. Bauch-
man; H. Barker; N. Clarke; I. Berg; J. Beard; B. Baiin: !. rnh: J. Caiiinroii: Beninell: 4. caller.
Middle. I. to r.: J. Aleman; P. Corrigan; J. Barr: R. Bromn: J. Cljre.: P. Ahlein: -. (.runamlei: PI. (.al: E.
Barnhart; S. Barrett; J. Adkins; M. Canham; R. (.liuni-: R. Alll. Boiiron. I. to r.: P. Blade-: I. (Calerl: D.
Browne; A. Azearraga; E. Chalija; D. Brown; B. Brunner: 1'. 4(.lliiiignhdaii: lMar-halll: E. Cruther-: B.
Bruhn; T. Ashton; W. Boyett; L. Bateman.


Top, left to right: S. Eastman; K. Davis; R. Dahlhoff; G. Frederick; C. Davis; S. De Vore; S. Figueroa; C.
Eggleston; P. Flatau; Z. Figiirroa: B. Ford; M. Downing. Middle. 1. to r.: G. Graham; D. DesLondes; L.
(Gundersen; C. Dorfman; (. DiilpfI: G. Endara; N. Durling; R. Durling; S. Clinely; L. Eastman; R. Hopkins;
D. Hartley. Bottom. 1. to r.: B. Dyke; J. Engelke; D. Eisenmann; B. Hele; J. Godsey; B. Holt; C. French; T.
Days; II. Feeney; C. Denton; B. Hitchcock.


~i~L~1~c.









SOPHOMORES


Top, left to right: B. Maxwell; J. Morris; R. Eisen; J. Ortiz; L. Lugo; L. Gutverrez; L. Kidd; M. Hollings-
worth; J. Kintner; L. Hinkle; B. Klipper; C. Holgerson; L. Odenz; L. King; C. Kiamco. Middle, 1. to r.:
M. Nahmad; B. Kirkland; E. Gerhart; J. Harkleroad; M. Garcia; B. llhilin.i: N. Grimes; A. Haskell; M.
Howe; P. Kelly; N. Lytis; J. Hotz; K. DeGon; J. Moreno. Bottom. 1. to r.: A. Lagassie; G. MeKenna; B.
Johnson; L. Martinelli; L. Hunnicutt; A. O'Leary; W. Livingston; C. Hill; L. Kirkland; B. Leves; G. O'Sulli-
van; W. Firro; W. Loar; C. Leves; D. Lawrence.


Top, left to right: M. Moses; H. Mendez; P. Morgan; B. Parker; T. Pena; M. Pena; Y. Middleton; R. Ruess;
H. Meggers; S. Morency. Middle, I. to r.: L. Reyes; I. Pool; M. Patton; C. Molyneaux; V. Mauldin; M.
Pierce; B. Perra; M. Miller; M. Mullennax; S. McKay; E. McNeil. Bottom, I. to r.: J. Frink; J. Reynolds; A.
Perez; H. Lavender; S. Rowley; J. Richardson; F. Romero; A. Revilla; A. Rodriguez; W. Rogers; C. Pearson.


Top, left to right: H. Spector; P. Voortmeyer; S. Snyder; A. Varela; A. Tapia; R. Tercos; S. Wal-on: P.
VanlerDij-: M. Ward; M. Waliser; S. Sadler; E. Siemens; M. Watson; K. Weeks. Middle, 1. to r.: E. Saurez;
S. Wil-on: P. Vale; E. Stancook; S. Tillman; S. Sack; K. Zimmerman; O. Winstead; D. Vestal; A. Wood; L.
Taylor; G. Sigl; P. Tate; B. Wallace. Bottom, 1. to r.: R. Shuey; M. Schoch; O. Sadler; R. Winberg; S. Tous-
sieh; J. Snodgrass; H. Stahl; D. Terry; L. Thompson; R. R. Renfrow; E. Valentin; K. Wilson; T. Womble.











SOPHOMORES


-Haul-%-% aC "


At last we're finally iiuip-ri undit-ri.la iiien. Thr-
year started off with .i lan 1Ilth IIi. eler .'in i -I
our class officers: Bill B1 urni'r. prr-i.lnti: ( hmi l.--
French. vice-president I il l rr\iin ['ir.-. -., r-
tary.
Highlighting the li-I '.1 -n- .. iur 1j ,dle
Hawkins Dance with n.iiu.-liioj n-.r-- a- Dai)-
Mae. and Warren BIr.lIt .- L1.' \linr.


AADIE HAWKINS PUBLICITY-Top, 1. to r.: C.
lolgerson; A. Wood; J. Godsey; M. Pierce. Front,
'. to r.: S. Morency; M. Downing; H. Barker.


SADIF. II t N. ETI'ERrTINM1ENT COMMITTEE
-Top: %. lla-kIll. %erond. I. to r.: M. Miller: P.
Voorlint-er: N. (Clark: 4.. El'. Knpeling. 1. to r.: IL.
Odrn,: I.. (.unllr-on. 'roi piuerlred: D. Browne.
Chin.; A. ()0lear : E. Culher-: %. Sander.


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SOPHOMORES


Powder-puff Bowl


The Soph-Frosh Frolic was as wonderful as our
Frolic Quriin. Carol Dimpfl. Even though we lost
the Frolic, all of our other events led to a success-
ful year. We'll be back again next year as mighty
juniors.


Go get 'em!


DISPLAY (4.O11I TEE-r-op, I. to r.: M. Garcia;
C. Ho!gerson; A. Lagassie; M. Vale; J. Hozl. Second.
1. to r.: L. Hinkle; P. Morgan; S. DeVore; S. Snyder;
C. Dimpfl; M. Watson; M. Pierce. Third, 1. to r.: 0.
Sadler; L. Eastman; J. Moreno: D. Hartley; B. Boy-
ett. Bottom. 1. to r.: D. Browne; B. Hitchcock; J.
Godsey; L. Bateman.








TRAILERS


HONNER II.DLEI
Preidetiil


Rl s CALDV El I.
\ ice Pre-ideint


MR. D. M0 ERS
CIa- Sponsor


Top, left to right: L. DiPasca: M1. Goode: J. Doughlit: J. Deermer: P. D-mip--r : M. lilu-er: T. Ho.: FH. Harari;
B. Hanna; B. Flumach; M. D-iernetle: D. Fol-e: G. Filaizrald: 4,. E-irada: F. Dasi-: N. Edward. Iliddle. I.
to r.: G. Herrera; T. Hunler: D. lHalrehr: J. Feraul: K. Flomer-: C'. Dalke: D. griffin : J. Field-: J. Doherly:
I. Darling; M. Daniel; S. God-ep: ( (.under-en: %. Elierenei: S. (,orhain. BIottfm. I. to r.: J. Griffin I.. Dial:
P. Harold; H. Colbert; B. Halling: D. Fulop: D. Dunlap: 1. Bright: M. Iliinl: D. Donibrou-k. : J. (arcia:
J. Fears; B. Hanten; T. Hick-: E. Dolan: H. Hlar er.


Top, left to right: K. Clark; S. Allen; C. Bradshaw; D. Chassin; D. Baus; R. Amato; J. Bro.in: J. Buckner: F.
Behan; D. Crook; D. Bergere; H. Blackman; R. Covington; K. Bassett; J. Casey; R. Allen. lrddle. I. to r.:
I. Arjona; P. Abadi; A. Cheung; M. A. Bowen; B. Bartlett; M. Conover; L. Clifford; J. Corni-h: K. Baugh-
man; J. Bryant; J. Chedester; D. Braswell; K. Curtis. Bottom, 1. to r.: J. Catron; J. Conklin: L. Brown: J.
Behar; M. Bettsak; F. Baggott; R. Caldwell; M. Cluver; G. Coppenhaver; C. Berg; M. Bertolelle: T. Arnold:
A. Barlet; B. Caldito; B. Compton; M. Cassidy; C. Clark.


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FRESHMEN



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Top, left to right: M. Klipper; A. Muller; R. Lawson; J. Heilman; K. Harkleroad; J. McNall; R. Mc-
Conaughey; J. Hearne; S. Jones; K. Hale; L. Kielhofer; C. Clair; G. Kent; B. House; C. Homes; J.
Brinkley; K. Mohl. Middle, 1. to r.: D. Hoenke; J. King; D. Harned; L. Handy; E. Johnson; E. Eisenmann;
S. Gupton; V. Lombroia; D. Hall; M. Koniecki; S. Hele; C. Huff; C. Keddie; K. Kirchmier; C. Harrison.
Bottom, I. to r.: R. Morris; J. Kimball; R. Leggiere; K. MacKenzie; E. Jenkins; D. MacLean; G. King; E.
Lince; T. Johnson; T. More; B. Miller; M. Kelly; M. Norton; J. Marshall; G. McNabb; C. Knock; W. Miller;
G. Ness; J. Kline.





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Top, left to right: P. Niepsey; N. Litvin; G. Maples; J. Read; F. Morris; S. Le Mieux; P. McKeehan; V. Led-
better; C. Lawrence; J. Phelan; D. Rogers; B. Olave; N. Parker; K. McConaghy; D. Pearce. Middle, I. to r.:
A. Ruiz; H. Raymond; E. Price; C. Lopez; J. Meyers; P. Rogers; C. McMath; Perra; P. Rose; G. Peters;
M. Orr; J. Rettinger; B. Plicet; K. Pearl; G. Parker. Bottom, i. to r.: R. Perkins; J. Price; B. Rigby; F. Roe;
J. Pearson; R. O'Dell; L. Perry; R. Parker; J. Reynolds; D. Pajak; E. Rennie; B. Ruiz; C. Rentz.














Top, left to right: R. Stears; Z. Sibauste; N. Swenson; S. Watkins; J. Sullivan; B. Wickman; M. Wilson; D.
Wheeler; B. Wheaton; B. Stiles; M. Stoakley; B. Wagner; N. Webster; R. Thompson; G. Vale; S. Thomas;
B. Smith; D. Strumpf; S. Spector; E. Smith. Second, I. to r.: H. Willinson; J. Seise; C. Watson; F. White;
M. Tucker; M. Willis; C. Thompson; C. Sharp; P. Webb; E. Sink; M. Sailer; F. Vales; A. Velasquez. Third.
I. to r.: R. Schultz; A. White; J. Turner; E. Shafer; F. Stabler; R. Scott; F. Todd; R. Underwood; B. Harrell;
E. Nsomlle: R. Weade; T. Tiedeken; J. Vineyard; B. Sander; J. Tilley. Bottom, I. to r.: P. Thibodeau; J.
Wood,; (;. Trail; T. Sheppard; E. White; A. Scott; S. Watts; K. Sheridan; B. Seise; C. Schultz.







FRESHMEN


The Frosh and Soph boys had some rough and
energetic fun at the Frolic.


Remember? Last September when we entered
BHS for the first time? At last we were in high
school and somewhat apprehensive as to what it
would be like. We weren't disappointed with our
long-awaited Freshman Picnic, or the Sophomore-
Freshman Frolic, which we won with a bang.


FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE-Top, 1. to r.:
J. Myers; K. Flowers; R. Thompson. Bottom, 1. to r.:
R. Caldwell; F. Bright; T. Sheppard.


FRESHMAN SHOWCASE-Back, I. to r.: R. Thomp-
son; B. Bartlett. Middle, 1. to r.: K. Caldwell; B.
hihealoi; K. Flowers; P. Webb. Front: R. Vale.







FRESHMEN


The charge of the Soph-Frosh brigade!



Betty Lou Wheaton was our Frolic Queen and
reigned over the activities. Our class officers this
year were Bonner Hadley, president: Ray Caldwell,
veep: and Penny Webb, secretary. We shall al-
ways remember the past year as the beginning of
a wonderful period in our lives.


FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE-Top, 1. to r.: B.
Stiles; S. Thomas; B. Wheaton. Middle, 1. to r.: B.
Bartlett; P. Webb; V. Ledbetter; J. Doharty; C.
Watson. Bottom: A. Ruiz.


Don't step on my black-rubber shoes!




School Life .

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Dances and football ,niu.r
Are a student's delight.
Life would he blissful ... but
For the homework at night.








STUDENT ASSOCIATION


JOAN DEGENAAR
S.A. Secretary


FOREST WISE
S.A. Secretary


JAMES DORAN
S.A. President


DON RYTER
S.A. Vice President


MR. DAVID SPEIR
S.A. Sponsor


S.A. REPRESENTATIVES-Top, left to right: J. Marshall; J. Watson; W. Livingston; F. Bright; V. Reynolds;
J. Durfee; P. Foiles; B. Schultz; T. Cnnningham; S. Turner; F. Miller; B. Brunner; A. Haskell; A. Nahmad;
C. Dimpfl; R. Wills. Middle, 1. to r.: J. King; L. Jacobs; M. Downing; G. Lombana; S. Cruz; P. Voortmeyer;
B. Wheaton; G. Maples. Front. I. to r.: J. Bryant; S. Nelson; J. Tribe; B. Bartlett; K. McConaghy. Not pic-
tured: G. Barbier; W. Halvosa; E. Burch; B. Hadley; M. Kelly.

S.A. ALTERNATES-Top, left to right: S. Sitton; R. Weade; D. Reece; H. Lavender; B. Brunner; J. Pustis;
D. Winklosky; C. Rentz; J. Carlin. Middle, 1. to r.: R. Strumpf; S. Paige; S. Purdy; E. Damerau; B. Abell;
M. Icke; D. Vestals; H. Critch; M. Watson; R. Btesh; L. Eastman. Front, 1. to r.: G. Gross; E. Eisenman; M.
Koniecki; R. Roe. Not pictured: R. Caldwell; B. Rigby; D. Chassin; J. Godsey; S. Watts.


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GET ACQUAINTED DANCE COMMITTEE-Stand-
ing, left to right: M. Eberenz; P. Pennington; L.
Jacobs; H. Nita; G. Miller; D. Jenkins. Kneeling.
I. to r.: K. Morris, Ch.; J. Galloway; B. Fearon.


DRIVES COMMITTEE-Top. left to right: C. Den-
ton; J. Stevens; D. Winklosky; J. Pustis. Middle,
1. to r.: M. Gibbs; H. Nita; V. Re.ynold-. chairman.
Bottom, I. to r.: J. McNall; M. Smith. Camera shy:
S. Morency.


AWARDS DAY COMMITTEE-Left to right: R. Hop-
kins; C. Perantie. chairman; S. Potter; D. Grassau;
C. Toussieh; G. Simon. Camera shy: L. Wood.


INAUGURAL BALL-Top, left to right: M. Hebert;
J. Degenaar; M. Watson; F. Wise. Bottom, I. to r.:
J. Doran, Ch.; B. Brunner, D. Ryter.


SAFETY COMMITTEE-Standing, left to right: M.
Jones; M. LaVallee; R. Dahlhoff; K. McConaghy.
Kneeling, I. to r.: R. Griffith; W. Dolan, Ch.; W.
Halvosa. Not pictured: L. Eastman; M. Kelly.


CAMPAIGN & ELECTION COMMITTEE-Standing.
left to right: N. Simon; S. Rhoads; S. Purdy; E.
Altuna; D. Jacobs, Ch. Kneeling. 1. to r.: D. Behar;
J. Chalmers.




























VISITORS DAY COMMITTEE-Top, left to right:
B. Crowe; C. Bouza; R. Chan, chairman; H. Glenn;
C. Dimpfl. Bottom, I. to r.: M. Smith; M. Ward; G.
Maples; B. Wheaton.


WELFARE COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: B.
Hamilton, chairman; B. Strumpf; D. Drennan; B.
Sanders. Bottom, 1. to r.: R. Gandy; M. Eberenz;
J. Engelke; L. Hinkle; Camera shy: B. Davis; E.
Maduro; D. Chassin.

S. A. SALES-Standing, left to right: H. Nita; D.
Jenkins; J. Engelke; F. Wise, ch. Sitting, left to
right: C. Perantie; J. Degenaar; P. Pennington; P.
Foiles; not pictured: B. Elich.


ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: R.
Wright; O. Sutherland; C. Hearon, chairman; S.
Toussieh. Bottom, 1. to r.: P. McKeehan; P. Allen;
B. Calvo; L. Burillo; Camera shy: M. Girard.


SINGING VALENTINE COMMITTEE-Top, left to
right: J. Doran; N. Pazamante; S. Light; G. MeGriff.
Bottom. 1. to r.: J. Durfee; G. Lombana, chairman;
B. Copenhaver; J. Winklosky.



TRAIN TICKETS COMMITTEE-Top, left to right:
J. Watson; B. Strumpf; R. Griffith. Bottom, 1. to r.:
R. Abell; M. Marshall, chairman.
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BAND


Top, 'eft to right: E. Cunningham; D. Harned; D. Deslondes; D. Reece: O. Sadler; J. Reynolds; R. Weed; C.
Napier; S. Watts; F. Townsend; C. Eggleston; K. Amato; E. Valetin. Middle, 1. to r.: D. Randel; A. O'Leary;
J. Galloway; R. Parker; P. Calvert; C. Meggers; M. Miller; J. King; M. Smith; W. Richardson; M. Beard; R.
Richardson. Bottom, 1. to r.: W. Livingston; N. Litvin; J. Brinkly; J. Fuller; D. Young; C. Corn; K. Zimmer-
man; J. Clair; D. Hearne; K. Wilson; J. Hotz; S. Crumbly.


MR. VICTOR HERR
Director


BAND OFFICERS-Top, left to right: M. Icke; N.
Purdy. Middle, 1. to r.: L. Jacobs; J. Galloway; K.
Magnuson. Bottom, 1. to r.: D. Randel; A. O'Leary.





























NOON ORCHESTRA-Top. left to right: C. Rentz, J. Tilley; J. Woods; L. Gunderson; D. Brown; J. Hern;
D. Terry; A. Muller. Middle, I. to r.: E. Kent; E. Eisenmann; D. Brown; F. White; M. Walker; P. Thibodeau;
L. Odenz; M. Icke. Bottom, I. to r.: C. Meggers; R. Shuey; F. Bright; R. Caldwell; A. Eberenz; J. Esslinger;
K. Flowers; H. Glenn.


The orchestra and band, directed by Mr. Victor Herr and with the assistance
of Don Randel, have given many fine performances this year in addition to the
traditional Christmas and Spring Concerts.
The talents of the music department and the drama club were combined to
produce the "Lowland Sea" and "Before the Corrida." which were in rehearsal when
this copy was mailed to the printer.
No one will ever forget how Art O'Leary played the trumpet in "B Flat Blues"
at many of the pep rallies, or how the band was applauded after playing such songs
as the Blue Tango. They really helped to increase spirit at the pep rallies.
The band also contributed to the patriotic spirit on Veterans' Day by marching
in the annual parade.


ORCHESTRA-Top. left to right: T. Plowman; D. Browne; J. Tilley; D. Roberts; D. Harned; M. Perkins; P.
Colvert; J. King; C. Eggleston; K. Amato; D. Brown; E. Valentin; A. Azcarraga. Middle, I. to r.: R. Shuey;
L. Odenz; R. Townsend; R. Bright; P. Rose; P. Vander Dija; H. Glenn; A. Eberenz; J. Fuller; S. Livingston;
R. Richardson; N. Litvin. Bottom, 1. to r.: C. Meggers; R. Nash; K. Flowers; R. Caldwell; M. Walker; E. Eisen-
mann; A. Rodriques; S. Metheny.





























CHORUS-Presenting our first performance before the school.


Singing before many audiences, the chorus and glee club won fame again this
year. The Christmas Concert, planned by Mr. Herr, included Old English carols as
well as modern Christmas music, such as Leroy Anderson's ltigh Ride." The
concert added a touch of snow and sleigh bells to a sunny Panama Christmas, if only
in song. To add to the festivities some of the Glee Club members dressed as trouba-
dors sang carols in front of the Balboa Theater.
All will agree that the Tivoli Anniversary Show, with background music by the
Glee Club, made both the Canal Zone's oldtimers and the youngsters glad to be a
part of Canal Zone life. The Glee Club members really worked hard to get the
results they achieved. They could be heard over at the Music Building rehearsing
not only after school but during their lunch hour as well.
Both the "Lowland Sea" and the Spring Concert promise to be successes as this
copy goes to the printer.


GLEE CLUB-Top, left to right: C. Hearon; M. Cluver; F. Bright; R. Caldwell; C. Denton; O. Nunez; B. Hele;
C. Pearson; L. Seigel; G. Durfee; J. Galloway; E. Washburn; B. Miller; B. Johnson. Second Row, 1. to r.: D.
Rose; S. Light; P. McLendon; M. Dew; E. Damerau; M. Tucker; L. Odenz; F. Romero. Third, 1. to r.: F. Skin-
ner; J. Claire; S. Lasso; B. Copenhaver; G. Lomnbana; B. Stiles; C. Samson; S. Mable; J. Orr; D. Jenkins.
Bottom, 1. to r.: F. Wise; S. Potter; K. Magnuson; S. Knapp; V. Bennett; N. Pasamante; D. Randel; Mr. Herr.
Not pictured: M. Marshall; B. Fortune; C. Sullivan; D. Roberts.




















Mr. Musselman, Club Sponsor
Gay Mullarkey, Student Director


DRAMA

The Sock and Buskin's first production this year was
the appealing three-act play "Seventeenth Summer," di-
rected by Mr. Don Musselman.

As this is being written, the drama club is collaborat-
ing with the music department to produce the one-act
play "Before the Corrida" and the operetta "Lowland
Sea." This musical drama is expected to be as highly
successful as last year's "Finian's Rainbow," which was
one of Balboa High School's top dramatic productions.


Our perky Penny.


Forest gets a bit of


"Oh, what you do to me!"


"Good morning, me lass."


"Don't take it so hard,
sheriff, me boy."


That devilish leprechaun.









Chez Eloise

Modeling clothes they had made during the
school year, BHS girls took part in the 16th annual
fashion show, Chez Eloise, on January 16, 1957.
\li-. Eloise Monroe, teacher of household arts in
Balboa High School, presented students from her
first, second, and third year home economics
classes. The styles included sports clothes, street
dresses, and suits, as well as afternoon and evening
wear.


Nuri Bauchman


Layne Taylor


Left to right: H. Bishop; A. Wood; K. Davis; R. Berman; J. Adkins; G.
Pena; E. Siemins; G. Lombana; M. Moreno.


Endara; L. Taylor; C. Miller; T.


Sharon DeVore


Trixie Pena


Gloria Endara

















Linda Jacobs
Editor


ZONIAN






ZONIAN BOARD OF EDITORS-
Top. 1. to r.: J. May; D. Selby; C.
Voortmeyer. Middle. 1. to r.: G.
McGriff; R. Btesh. Bottom: M.
Eberenz.












S 1The Z(
organized
S #' i each per


Pennington; R. Btesh; C.
L. Jacobs, Editor; C. Zirk-
M. Eberenz; G. McGriff; C.
S. Mable. Camera shy: M.


onian staff is a working unit
I into four separate groups that
form a special job. The staff


works together drawing up layouts, writ-
ing copy. planning picture schedules,
and thinking up slogans.
From the layout table Geri McGriff
says, "Bleed this picture to the top of
the page." At the typewriter Carol
Voortmeyer says to Julia May, "We
have to cut the word count again!"
The fast click of typewriters and the
voice of the editor. Linda Jacobs, talk-
ing to the sponsor are sounds of the
Zonian staff working to meet the dead-
line.
At last the day arrives when all the
parts of the Zonian are put together.
The 1957 Zonian goes to press!


"Mr. Vosburgh said to proofread it again!"


Carol Perantie
Business Mgr.


ZONIAN STAFF-Top: G. Miller; P.
Voortmeyer; G. Mullarkey; R. Abell;
man; Mr. Vosburgh, sponsor. Middle:
Perantie; D. Selby. Bottom: J. May;
Girard.


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Oh, those busy beavers.


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t. PARRAKEET



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Chris Hearon Dick Wright
Editor Assoc. Editor



1Parrakeeters
hard at work.







Once every six weeks' the Parrakeet staff
distributes the Parrakeet, Balboa High
School's informative newspaper. There's _- .
usually something going on in room 102, 4. I
which is the room where all the staff 'h '
members combine their efforts in putting
out the paper. Searching for errors in
copy, writing up notes of an interview, or ,
typing up a column are only a few of the b *
jobs that keep reporters busy.

Editor Chris Hearon supervises the work J .
and is on the spot to remind staff mem-
bers of the deadline that must be met. At
last the articles are put together and sent
to the printer. The staff's work is not Top, left to right: Mr. Hummel; M. Napier; J. McCaughey; P.
Foiles; C. Hearon; R. Cox; J. Degenaar; J. Watson. Second,
finished, though, for work on a new Parra- 1. to r.: M. Jones; R. Head; R. Wright; D. Chan. Third, 1. to r.:
keet begins! B. Elich; B. Cunningham; M. Gibbs. Bottom, I to r.: M. Marsh-
all; V. Reynolds.



"Making up the Parrakeet Daily!" "Working hard to meet the deadline!"

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Reserve


Officers'


Training


Corps


BATTALION STAFF AND COLOR GUARD-Top. 1. to r.: Cadet M/Sgt. R.
Cox; Sgt. S. Schroeder; Sfc. C. Napier; Sgt. M. Fallon; Sgt. C. Womack. Front,
1. to r.: Battalion staff: Cadet Major J. Pustis; Hon. Cadet Major G. McGriff;
Cadet Lt. Col. R. Hamilton; Cadet Capt. D. Drennan; Cadet Capt. C. Fernandez.


K.U.T.C. ISYMNrUS S--L. to r.: S. rotter; 1. w i-e:
M. Girard; G. McGriff.


USHER GUARD-Top, 1. to r.: Capt. Wheeler;
M/Sgt. R. Wright, Sgt. of the Guard. Second row,
1. to r.: R. Winberg; W. Hunnicutt; D. Brown; W.
Ferro; B. Kirkland; E. Folse; T. Ashton. Third row,
1. to r.: H. Barr; D. Browne; D. Sullivan; D. Law-
rence; B. Williams; K. Degon; L. King. Fourth
row, I. to r.: B. Scott; C. Bouza; V. Depasco; L.
Martinelli; L. Gunderson; H. Stahl; B. Kielhelfer.
Bottom. I. to r.: C. Sucre; F. Dube; F. Romero; T.
Arias; W. Scott; W. Allen; R. Lau.
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The Balboa High School Drill Team performed this
year under the leadership of Cadet Capt. Bill Dolan,
Drill Master.




RIFLE TEAM-Top, I. to r.: S. Rowley; L. Wong;
D. Reece; W. Allen; L. Kirkland; M/Sgt. Wallace;
D. Terry; C. Bouza; G. Cosca; L. Wood. Middle,
1. to r.: K. Wilson; F. Miller; C. Womack; C. Ash-
ley; B. Strumpf. Bottom, I. to r.: J. Chase; F. Dube;
B. Kielhofer; F. Townsend; D. Grassau.











"A" Company
Getting off to a successful start by win-
ning the first two six-weeks' i ..1ml il;l.i-.
"A" Company under the leadership of
Dick Grassau had excellent morale and
remained a close contender for top honors
throughout the year.


Company A-Exec., J. Doran; Platoon Ldr., J. Durfee; Cadet Hon.
Capt., F. Wise; Co. Comm., D. Grassau; Platoon Ldr., J. Wood;
Co. Guidon Bearer, E. Clifford.


"B" Company
"~na\iy the bridesmaid but never the
bride" describes "B" CIn.paim. Led by
its very able commander and executive
officer, Chris Hearon and Danny Wink-
losky respectfully, the company put up a
stiff fight and was generally a close run-
nerup.


Company B-Platoon Ldr., J. Galloway; Co. Comm., C. Hearon;
Cadet Hon. Capt., M. Girard; Co. Exec., D. Winklosky; Platoon
Ldr., C. Griffin; Co. Guidon Bearer, J. Stevens.


Company C-Exvc.. R. irumpf; Cadet Hon. Capt., S. Potter; Co.
Comm., R. Dolan; Plaloon Ldr., L. Wood; Platoon Ldr., J. Watson;
Co. Guidon Bearer, M. Kocher.


"C" Company
Outstanding for its generous donations
to charity. "C" C.IiIpjni proudly donated
50'; of the school total in the Red Cross
Drive. Achieving great unity behind Bill
Dolan. the company was always near the
top.







National Honor Society


Standing, left to right: Miss Whitman; N. Purdy; R. Strumpf; O. Sutherland; J. Engelke;
D. Winklosky; L. Jacobs; J. Pustis; E. Altuna; C. Hearon; R. Wright; D. Jacobs.
Kneeling, 1. to r.: N. Acly; C. Perantie; J. Deganaar; P. Foiles; M. Marshall; M. Lewis.


Future Nurses of America




J:---.i i '
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Back, left to right: F. Wise; S. Booth; E. Kelly; M. Kelly; J. Degenaar; D. Selby; C. Perantie; Mrs. Journeay,
sponsor; J. Quiros; L. Burillo; P. Foiles; P. Vale. Middle, 1. to r.: B. Farbman; C. Davis; V. Perra; S. Rhodes;
M. Lavalle; B. Spencer; P. Voortmeyer; B. Blanco; G. Miller; K. Roberts; B. Parker: S. Morency. Front, I. to
r.: A. Haskell; D. Chan; A. Luddy; P. Pennington; M. Girard, President; D. Jenkins; M. Ward.




Future ,
Teachers of
America i L$


.niranding. left to right: Mrs. Schrag; C. Dorfman; C. Davis; R. Head; N. Webster;
A alkL-r; N. Swenson; C. Zirkman. Sitting, I. to r.: M. Icke; P. Foiles; N. Purdy;
Nita; B. Elich.







Laboratory Assistants


Top, left to right: J. Tribe; D. Randel; F. Miller:
C. Womack; F. Townsend; J. Dimpfl; R. Btesh.
Bottom. 1. to r.: C. Toussieh; R. Wright; E. Altuna;
D. Jacobs; J. Smith; R. Head.





Clinic Assistants


Counsellor's Assistants

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Standing, left to right: J. Rettinger; J.
Barlow; K. Curtis. Sitting. I. to r.: R.
Hensler; N. Edwards.


Window Display


A


Top, left to right: B. Perra; A. Haskell;
V. Perra; B. Olave. Middle, 1. to r.: C.
Hackett; M. Chase; L. Breeding; M. La-
vallee. Bottom, 1. to r.: B. Klipper; B.
Spencer; S. Allen.


Standing, left to right: 0. Winstead; M. Hollings-
worth; L. Martinelli; S. Morency; J. Smith; M. Ward;
T. Womble; D. Jacobs; Mrs. Graham. Kneeling, 1. to
r.: S. Snyder: R. Brown.











STAMP CLUB








Left to right: J. Barr; R. Fernandez; S. Schroeder; R. Chan; C. Bouza; E. Larsen;
T. Alexander; J. Esslinger.









L K ~CAMERA CLUB
p, ,Left to right: B. Hele; W.
Wall; T. Alexander; V.
Avila; C. Toothman; R.
Eisen; L. Wood; Mr. Ba-
talden; R. Toledano.


CHESS CLUB


. I .NI a W
Top, left to right: D. Brown; C. Bouza; R. Wright: J. imilh: %. Pilli; W'. Brun-
ner. Middle, 1. to r.: M. Cluver; M. Norton; T. Io.: H. Lau-oni: F. ToniI.end: J.
Barr. Bottom, I. to r.: L. Arosemena; P Flat-au: F. ~kinner: !. Morenctr k.
Zimmerman; L. Gunderson.














MATH CLUB

Top, left to right: J. Smith; V. Avila;
T. Alexander; R. Chan; D. Browne.
Bottom. 1. to r.: D. Jacobs; C. Eggleston;
N. Purdy; E. Altuna; M. Miller; M. Dew.
Kneeling: J. Tribe; M. Marshall.


ASTRONOMY

CLUB
Standing, left to right: R.
Chan; S. Barret; B. Hitch-
cock; C. Bouza; J. Esslinger;
R. Wright; T. Alexander; P.
Morgan; M. Koeher. Front,
1. to r.: V. Quiros; M. Dam-
erau.


DEBATE CLUB

Top, left to right: D. Brown; R. V righi:
J. Dimpfl. Second. 1. to r.: J. Smith;
M. Koeher; O. Sadler; D. Hartley; B.
Brunner; E. Suarez. Third, 1. to r.:
N. Hughes; J. Tribe; C. Zirkman; F.
Skinner; N. Therrell; V. Bennett. Bot-
tom, 1. to r.: D. Jacobs; M. Smith.








FRENCH

CLUB












Top. left to right: V. Avila; E. Chaluja; 1. Odenz. Second. I.
to r.: R. Barr; F. Vales; D. Chan; L. Burillo; E. Price; V. Ben-
nett. Third. 1. to r.: M. Varela; M. Herrera; B. Calvo; B. Farb-
nan; E. Damerau; L. Jacobs. Bottom, 1. to r.: N. Purdy; E.
Altuna; P. Voortmyer.


SPANISH CLUB


Top. le/t to right: (.. t/carra-a-: flieilll: t. R,,lanirhi, '. ila. ice i pre-ident: t Flerro: .. Caia; H.
lahl: .tliponpa: 4.. M11dina: R. Fi-en: lI. Ei-emnlian: I 0114O-1: E. (.haluia: ( 'imnrr; R. LB: R. Chani-:
0. %unet: I ('ordo'if- I.. E-rnioi: I.. 1larlint-II; R. I ei nuaiiili. Trei-iurer. Iliddle. I. to r.: L. Re e-: A.
Brini: 4,. lunibana" ( I .pr;:c R. l.iarinag ; %.arcla; 4,. HeiiaI: E. Allunua: %. Del ore: B. Farlnmaia: F. Ber-
man; S. Cana-; F. %laduro; 1;. IFirbliiiin: Ca-ira: O. Rxodriquei. pre-identl: 4'. (4a-ira: S. Mlill-: M. areal:
B. O-lac: R. I'frca-: H. Ileiidlet: N. %lenlietia-: '. <,urne/: A. (.arn, -l i-- hrork. Sliuil-or. ortomn. I. to r.:
G. Endara; R. Urriola; B. Copenhaver; L. Furillo, Secretary; A. Sapia; M. Orr; D. Aydelkop; M. Chanis; A.
Luddy; B. Calvo; D. Chan; S. Watson; F. Diaz; R. Ruess; N. Durling; S. Green; J. Orr; S. VanderDijis; M.
Garcia; L. Urriola; V. Quiros.


UNITED NATIONS CLUB
Top, left to right: T. Alex-"
ander; M. Kocher; D. Wright;
D. Brown; V. Avila; S. Tous-
sieh; C. Schultz. Second. 1.
to r.: L. Arosemena; N. Pur-
dy; J. King; M. Kelly; S.
Barrett; M. Garcia; L. Bur-
illo; C. Toussieh. Third, I.
to r.: M. Archibald; C. Samp-
son; M. Lewis; B. Bans;
P. Morgan; B. Calvo; A.
Cheung; A. Kent. Fourth, 1.
to r.: A. Aydelkop; D. Chan;
I. Abadi; Y. Amar; 1. Arjona;
P. Abadi; R. Alien; B. Styles.
Bottom, 1. to r.: R. Btesh;
E. Maduro; S. Farbman; B.
Farbman.







ZONIAN

AD SELLERS


Top, left to right: C. Denton; S. Toussieh; L. Odenz. Bottom. left to
right: V. Perra; C. Perantie; J. May; J. Tribe; C. Zirkman.


OFFICE

ASSISTANTS

Standing, left to right: M.
Conover; B. Bishop; S.
Booth; G. Slice; N. Hughes;
M. Gibbs; R. Cosca; B. Cun-
ningham; L. Kidd; K. Kirch-
mier; C. Covington; J. Do-
herty; G. Endara; C. Davis.
Seated, 1. to r.: S. Barlow; M.
Watson; V. Reynolds.


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PARRAKEET

AD SELLERS

Left to right: C. Samson; V. Quiros; S.
Sitton; E. Damerau; L. Mastellari; J. Dunn;
Mr. Barkowitz; M. Garcia; D. Eisenman; L.
Dew; D. Behar; J. Eggleston. Kneeling: V.
Avila.


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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS

















Top. lIt to right: M. ( lus'r- R. Halling: \. Del'a-ea: J. Rr' nold-: K. S.heridan. Front.
I. it, r.: (,. Peilr-; (C. Lipi-se: M1. V il-on;: N. nun-ion. J. Beeso: k. lHale: A. dit la
l a-lra: M1. H'.ileer: R. ndlre'. : E. MNniagain: 1. Da;niel: I'. Rodgeir-" J. gl.linloin.











DRAMA CLUB

Tp. Ir/l to right: J. lInter-. H Ichineider. %et iId. I. to r.: 11. lMar-hall. I. F lllu. t. al u l i- n Im I n.
11. Milli-r. NM. mnilh. M1. WardI iN. iflOnc. 1. Mti. '... .len..-. .. Mid. ur. liIr. Furbl n. B. Fu rbnmani. G.
Frederirk-. L. IlinLle. Third. I. to r.: NM. 4,arria. C. N erloinlm r. 1.. Ilarri-. K. Holb-rt-. B. 4Coptrnhater. R. Rue--.
%. iali-oni. B. Parker. F'uierlh. I. to r.: 4 (orn. D. **riinger. B. BerI,-MNskl lnd. J. Tribe. NM. SInilh. K. Mr-
(. nagh> P. Mike-ul. 11. M.lo-e-. %. Joihaiion. I'. D)-nip-e. I. larnel. J. Doran. 1'. hepjpard. I'Frlh. I. ti r.
J. Relliniger. S. Light. N. Lei-. B. Ban-. C. Dirfman. C. EgplI-lIon. \. IPerra %. (c'. 11. (,rard R. Barr.
J. Dearn laar. I'. Foilf-. 1.. Odfn/,.. H. righl. H. Hliaeillon. 1. Kneher. RHuiietii. I. it r.: I.. Ilh-anrci. PIrr-idenl:
J. Smi lh, \irr re-ieldenl" (,. lullarke%. -ecrliary : D. Breniii. Ire-j-urer.







GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION


Top, left to right: J. Lawler; P. Pennington; J. Hotz; J. Barlow; C. Perantie; J. May; J. Sigl; C. Miller; C.
Corn. Middle, 1. to r.: C. Herr; D. Jones; A. Luddy; M. Watson; C. Davis; G. Miller; R. Hensler; I. Abadi;
L. Jones; M. Eberenz. Bottom, I. to r.: S. Taylor; M. Wickman; J. Tribe; F. Paige; J. Engelke; E. Altuna;
N. Pasamente; S. Cruz; H. Nita.



LETTERMAN'S CLUB
Top, left to right: B. Maxwell; K. Fulleton; L. Eastman; E. Larsen; N. Linfors; D. Ryler; R. Barbara; L. Bar-
bier; K. Morris; A. Nahmad; L. Dobrowski. Second, 1. to r.: R. Fearon; R. Million; C. Barbier; C. French;
T. Days; W. Sears; D. Behar; O. Sutherland; J. Watson. Third, 1. to r.: J. Chalmers; C. Napier; W. Halvosa;
D. Winklosky; S. Schroeder; E. Butch; L. Bateman; R. Shuey, mgr. nlorrloi. 1. to r.: R. Toothman; J.
Blackbulrn: R. More; L. Seigel; B. Bateman; J. Winklosky; R. Wills; W. Uaull; G. Kirkland.








SCENIC VIEWS


1\
FOOTBALL QUEEN
Marie Girard


FOOTBALL QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: G. McGriff; M. Girard, Queen;
S. Potter.


CHRISTMAS FORMAL QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: S. Mable; A. Luddy;
J. Dunn; G. Simon; J. Dimpfl.


VALENTINE QUEEN
Julia May


CHRISTMAS FORMAL
QUEEN
Jackie Dunn


VALENTINE QUEEN AND COURT- -nldine. left to right: K. Hale; J. Dimpfl;
L. Harris; L. Jones; M. Wickman; B. Harlerln. Sitting, 1. to r.: A. Haskell; J.
May, Queen; S. DeVore.








QUEENS


CARNIVAL COURT AND QUEEN-Top. 1. to r.: L. Burillo; A. Brin; G. Lombana,
Queen; L. Urriola; M. Chanis. Sitting. 1. to r.: G. Endara; A. Varela; E. Price. Not
pictured: B. Olave.


CARNIVAL QUEEN
Grace Lombana


DAISY MAE AND COURT-Top, 1. to r.: M. Moses, Daisy Mae; T. Pena; S. Eastman;
A. Haskell.


FROLIC QUEEN
Betty Lou Wheaton


FROLIC QUEEN and COURT-C. Dimpfl, court; B. Wheaton, queen.








STOP---LOOK---AND CHEER


aE:Z


Linda Jacobs
Sr.. 2 yrs.


'
Tell me those aren't the best jumps you ever saw!


Gladys Miller
Sr., 1 yr.


.
Julia May
Sr., 1 yr.


This year eight girls were chosen to be
the cheerleaders of BHS. A couple of girls
had been on the squad before, Seniors Geri
McGriff and Linda Jacobs, but the follow-
ing six girls were new: Julia \IJ) and
Gladys Miller, seniors; Jackie Dunn and
Lynn Raymond, juniors; and Judy Hotz
and Sharon DeVore, sophomores.


Geri McGriff-Capt.
Sr., 3 yrs.








CHEERLEADERS


Jackie Dunn
Jr. 1 yr.


Our champs really did enjoy that delicious cake!



All of these vivacious girls have school
spirit, vitality, and enthusiasm, which are
the requirements of a good cheerleader.
Urging us to yell at pep rallies and cheer-
ing at the football and basketball games
in all kinds of weather, they backed our
teams to victory.


Lynne Raymond
Jr. 1 yr.


Judy Hotz
Soph. 1 yr.


Sharon DeVore
Soph. 1 yr.









T- E

FOOTBALL


COACHES and MANAGERS
-Standing, 1. to r.: Coach
Anderson; Coach Huriin.
Kneeling. I. to r.: II. Worn-
ble; E. Larsen.


Louis Barbier
Guard


am
Bob Fearon
Tackle-Guard


Ken Fullerton
Guard


1I


Ken Morris-Capt,
Guard


rhom
Owen Sutherland
Halfback


FOOTBALL


Bob Wills
Tackle

TEAM


Dan Winklosky
Halfback


Jack Winklosky
End


Top, left to right: E. Larsen; G. Kirkland; G. Trimble; T. Womnble; C. Rentz; C. Douglas; T. Corrigan;
lalteinan: W. llimlii-a: V. Wimble. Second. I. to r.: Co ah Adler-ii : G. Ne--: G. Barbier: J. Troser;
,hoh; 4 F rich: J. i.l-t '. Pi. (.orrigin: I.. L-a-liman: 0. ,ulherland: coach h liurin. Third. I. to r.:
Huinlcl: H. R tl'IJhian: H. '~oll-; H,. Bai l.ira: D. "Tale: A. Nahima.d: .1. (.liri-: J. Rt-inold-. Boittanm. I. to r.:
11rri-. j'iplaiin: H. I aaron: R. \\ill-: D. \ inklo.-k : %1. Napier: J. inlo-ks : K. Fil'elono: Barbier;
ie-rl. -I tm -ri alo : II. Million: D. R l.hr.


nttchie More
Quarterback


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Center


Larry siegei
End


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Scoreboard
Sept. 28 Jamboree (BHS 14, CHS 7, AC 6, JC 0).
Oct. 4 BHS 19 AC 6
Oct. 12 BHS 7 JC 6
Oct. 19 BHS 13 CHS 0
Oct. 25 BHS 0 AC 20
Nov. 2 BHS 7 JC 19
Nov. 9 BHS 13 CHS 0


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We had four opponents this season: C.H.S., J.C., A.C., and the mud.


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D. WihlaSky F.


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R. Barbara G.








Scoreboard
Nov. 17-BHS 68 AC 55
Nov. 21-BHS 48 JC 49
Nov. 27-BHS 48- CHS 44
Nov. 30-BHS 44 AC 47
Dec. 4-BHS 35 JC 40
Dec. 7-BHS 49 CHS 50
Dec. 12-BHS 42 AC 50
Dec. 14-BHS 86 JC 54
Dec. 17-BHS 51 CHS 39
Dec. 19-BHS 71 AC 63
Jan. 3-Tournament, BHS
placed 4th;
BHS 57 Unisport 67





BASKETBALL

Experimenting for a starting line-up in the first
game of the season against the Athletic Club. Coach
Hurin came up with a top-flight quintet. The loss
of Charlie French in the beginning of the season
handicapped the team but didn't prevent it from
setting a new scoring record with BHS 86-JC 54.
It was also the biggest margin of defeat in inter-
school leagues.
The Bulldogs and the Tigers competed against
each other in one of the most exciting games of
the season on Nov. 27. The score was close all
through the game until in the final quarter Balboa
set the scoreboard working and emerged victorious
by 4 points.
With only one letterman to their credit. Captain
Danny Winklosky, the Bulldogs played outstand-
ing ball this season, displaying speed and marks-
manship.
In the second game of the season against AC
the Bulldogs were behind 12 points in the first
half and went on to bring the score up to within
3 points in the final minutes of play.
Three cheers for the Bulldogs for their outstand-
ing efforts and excellent sportsmanship.


MANAGER, COACH and CAPTAIN: E. Larsen; J.
Hurin; D. Winklosky.


Danny, as always, in there fighting for us!


Walking on air.


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Jumping Jack!







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SCOREBOARD


18-BHS
22-BHS
29-BHS
1-BHS
8-BHS
12-BHS


CHS 1
JC 1
CHS 2
JC 7
CHS 4
JC 1


BASEBALL


The Bulldogs won their fourth inter-
scholastic championship this year and re-
tained possession of the Shrine trophy, em-
blematic of supremacy in the local school
league, by winning five games and losing
one.
The season got off to a good start on
January 18 at Mount Hope with Balboa
scoring a 6 to 1 victory over Cristobal.
On January 22 at Balboa's newly-con-
structed stadium, viewers saw Bob Hamil-
ton hit a far-flying ball, with the bases
loaded, which accounted for three runs.
Coach Karst positioned his team so that
there were very few weak spots on the
field. Charlie French, as outfielder, played
his position well, with speed to pull down
many a ball that would have otherwise
been a hit.
This season %j\ni- Wall made an al-
most perfect record for pitching, winning
five games and losing none.
The Bulldogs played their most spec-
tacular game of the season on February 12.
defeating JC 17 to 1. Fourteen runs on
seventeen hits were scored in Balboa's
forty minutes at the plate in the fifth inn-
ing, with Danny Winklosky making four
hits at his four times at bat.
Owen Sutherland was chosen captain of
the team this year.


MANAGER, COACH and CAPTAIN-H.
Adams; Coach Karst; O. Sutherland.


'I,


"Well, boys, this is the way I look at it."


He made it, believe it or not!


Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.


And he went down swinging.










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SWIMMING TEAM COACH and CAPTAINS-L. to r.: N.
Linfors; Coach Pettingill; J. Engelke.



SWIMMING
As the Zonian copy goes to the printer, the swimming
season is still two months off. but plans have already
been made for an active schedule of events that will
keep the swimming team busy.
On April 10 the first intersquad meet is to be held.
closely followed by a triangle meet between BHS. CHS.
and JC on May 2 at Balboa pool. One, two, three, jump!
The big events of the season will be the triangle meet
on May 10 at Gatun Lake, a special relay meet in Bal-
boa on May 14, and a triangle meet at Fort Gulick on
May 17.
There will also be a telegraphic meet with a Florida
high school.

GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM-Top. I. to r.: .!. larlo, : M. Eiherni: J. Dunn: 1. Iucktr: J. ELngilke: MI. Howe.
Bottom. I. to r.: J. Hotz; D. Harned; C. Schull,: W IIu:ln-: I H nRillllind.

116 milli i-









SWIMMING


Olympics, here we come.


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Come on in, the water's fine.


BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM-Top. left to right: B. Sears; L. Dombrowski; D. Behar; G. Barbier; D. Ryter; A.
Nahmad: J. Trower; B. Halvosa. Middle. 1. to r.: J. Blackburn; S. Schroeder; B. Maxwell; E. Suarez; W. Le-
Blanr: N. Spector; B. Hitchcock; H. Errhalt; C. Denton. Front. 1. to r.: A. Scott; S. Rowley; T. Days; G. Laatz;
N. Linfors.











TRACK


Heave ho, and away we throw.


As the Zonian goes to press, plans are being made
for the Bulldogs' track squad this year that indi-
cate a good season on the cinders for the Red and
White. Nine returning lettermen are expected be-
sides twenty-two boys who were on the squad last
year. A promising crop of newcomers is also
expected to aid the team.
This season there will be a telegraphic meet held
with Coronado High School in California with the
results of the meet being forwarded by telegraph.
The Balboa Relays will be held on April 5, fol-
lowed by the Five Star events and the Decathelon


Coach Pettingill


held on April 8 through 12.
With the sprinting of dependable Owen Suther-
land, Danny Winklosky, and Charlie French, and
with Bob Wills and Bob Fearon supplying strength
in the weights, the outlook for the Bulldogs is good.
Bill Halvosa will be counted on in the pole vaulting,
with strength in the hurdles coming from Raul
Barbara and Joe Galloway.
This year's track squad is well-stocked with the
best in BHS and Coach Pettingill looks forward to
a successful season.


TRACK TEAM-Top, left to right: R. Wills; A. Legassie; R. Toothman; S. Schroeder; B. Holt; N. Pederson;
F. Leves; R. Million; B. Bateman; A. Libert; D. Winklosky; R. More; J. Trower. Middle. 1. to r.: G. Barbier;
D. Dunlap; B. Caldito; W. Edmunson; H. Barker; P. Peca; J. Barr; J. Galloway; K. Fullerton; R. Barbara;
S. Allen; E. Rinse. Bottom, 1. to r.: R. Scott; B. Hattings; H. Raymond; E. Thorpe; R. Chanis; T. Sheppard;
H. Feeny; O. Sutherland; D. Hartley; C. Rentz; A. Ruiz; C. French.










TRACK


On your mark, get set, GO!


Would a pair of wings help, boys?


How far can you throw that discus, Bob?


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Balboa boys show good form as they run the hurdles.








BOYS'

INTRAMURALS






The aim of intramural sports is to get
every boy in school out for some kind of
activity. To give a wider variety of sports,
more team sports have been included in
intramural activity. The individual sports
like tennis, horseshoes, and golf are being
given added attention this year.

In bowling, Jim Watson played the in-
dividual high game with an excellent score
of 234. He also made the individual high
average with 158.

In A league water polo. Captain Nils
Linfors led his team, the Sailfish, through
a season of victories, chalking up a final
record of nine wins and no defeats.

In all sports, the amount of sportsman-
ship was high and the turnout of boys
came up to the expectations of Coach Faw-
cett. By the end of the year. more than
250 boys are expected to have participated
in intramural sports.


Off into the wild blue yonder!


The power of concentration!
ML__--f't-% .__ I t


BHS's own Robin Hood.


The three musketeers!


REACH



























Future football stars may be among these
flag football boys.


They're ready, and they're on their marks . .


Hey, that looks like a strike for sure!


Our A League football squad before the game.


These boys took part in this year's water
polo program.


Alley artists.



























A LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL-Standing, 1. to r.: C.
Miller; C. Herr; J. Barlow; J. Sigl; N. Lytis. Kneel-
ing, 1. to r.: H. Nita; J. Lawler; I. Abadi.


B LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL--Standing, 1. to r.: S.
Cruz; A. Luddy; M. Watson; C. Davis; M. Wickman;
N. Pasamante. Kneeling, 1. to r.: C. Corn; E. Altuna;
J. Tribe.


GIRLS' SPORTS

The 1956-57 volleyball season found the B League All-Stars as champions while A League was in
third place. The scores of the interscholastic games show that each point was well earned and there was
much competition; yet with friendship, sportsmanship, and cooperation being displayed.
Volleyball intramurals were held and the games and players made it difficult for the All-Stars to be
chosen. With teams chosen and intramural and interscholastic play completed, BHS had another successful
volleyball season.


Up in the air and over the net!


Softball was put on the schedule this
year and what fun!


Beth goes up to take the ball out of the net!


We tried so earnestly for a strike
or spare!





























RETURNING A LEAGUE BASKETBALL ALL STARS
-Top, 1. to r.: G. Miller; J. May; J. Hotz. Front.
1. to r.: J. Lawler; J. Barlow.


B LEAGUE BASKETBALL ALL STARS-Standing,
1. to r.: C. Perantie; C. Herr; S. Taylor; C. Davis; C.
Corn. Kneeling. I. to r.: E. Altuna; N. Pasainante.


Basketball proves to be the most
popular sport. Competition is high
and it is hard to determine who will
make the All-Star teams. As the
Zonian copy was written the varsity
hadn't been chosen. but from the
looks of the intramural games, BHS
is sure to have a top-notch team in
both A and B Leagues.

Softball, bowling, and hockey are
held as strictly intramurals. No All-
Star teams are chosen.


Who made the basket?


At thr ei-,nl f1 tlhe inilramiral program, the top 25 girls in
Thise ,hi, h ere on. a \ar.sil t,-am receive an All-Star letter.




GIRLS' BOWLIING TEM41-itanding. 1. to r.: B.
Heilmai: L. Sibau-ie: G(. Endara: C. Watson; K.
Clark: J. Barlow: C. Couinglon. Sented, 1. to r.: D.
Ilulchin-on: C. Herr: H. Nilil: M. Valker; D. Folse;
M. Downing; R. Coiinglon.


A and B Leagues receive a school letter.


It's mine . !









BOYS' STATE


James Watson
Governor


Jack Flowers
Auditor


Robert Borgstede
Treasurer


Bob Hamilton
Lt. Governor


ALTERNATES TO BOYS' NATION-Left to
right: O. Sutherland; C. Hearon.


3oyS'
Io S $1oe


A group of tired, but extremely happy boys walked out of
Fort Clayton and carried with them the last remnants of 1956
Crossroads Boys' State.
Never to be forgotten were the missing pillows, Dick Car-
ratini's face as he searched for his stolen mattress, or the
friendships that were made.
On the more serious and important side, the boys learned
the importance and the functioning of American democracy.
From this a new appreciation of such democracy was gained.
Truly, to those who went. Boys' State will always remain
an object of sterling brightness "till the end of time."


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Virginia Reynolds
Governor


A1A
Julia May
Secy. of State


Forest Wise
Attorney Gen.


GIRLS' NATION ALTERNATES-Left to right:
F. Wise; L. Jacobs; D. Jacobs.


The busy days and sleepless nights at 1956 Caribbean Girls'
State will never be forgotten. Lectures, campaigning, and
competition between the cities kept the girls occupied.
Flag raising in the middle of the night, and cold showers
when dressed all helped to create a "-hapI, healthy atmos-
phere." No Girls' Stater will ever forget the talent show, eating
with the boys, and doing the cha cha cha in the lunch line.
As Girls' Staters agree, "Girls' State is the best state in
the land," and living there made the girls proud of their coun-
try. They now know more about their own democratic
government.


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