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Life


Tropics


with


Our


Faculty


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Organizations


Clubs



Sports


Freshmen


Seniors


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, Sophomores, Juniors ..............Page


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Balboa

Balboia,


l1igh

Canal


School

Zone


Caroline


Mab


Zirkman ...............................


Editor


.Associate Editor


Janet


Tribe.....


Business Manager


Mr. C. R.
Mr. J. E.


Vosburg h .............................. ...... Faculty Adv


Cook


................................... ..Financial Adv


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COMMONLY


called the "Crossroads of the


World,"


Panama


been a
Canal, t
mangos,


home of treasured


"Clubby,


yuca,


the dry season,


memories:


the tamborito


empanadas,
rainy days,


Interior,


, polleras,


patacones,
mosquitoes,


arroz
roach


ungle,


monrunos,
con polio,


es, monkeys,


Carnival,
hibiscus,


sloths,


buzzards


, Goofy Lake, orchids,


ruins, and a big tropical


moon.


palm trees, San Bias Indians,


When,


Spanish


in future years,


through your 1958 Zonian, the staff hopes that it has captured some


of the memor


from the Isthmus-a land of never-ending summer.





























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You


Dedicate


Our days in the tropics have been made
happier by the friendly help of Mrs. Erma


Forbes,


our school


nurse,


whom


we shall


always remember


for her enthusiasm


for her cheerful attitude toward all.


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Our hearts were young, and our feet were sore.


Dancing,


dating,


And w
'Neath


working too,
a tropical


moon,


a sky


of blue.


God's little helpers, we make our own stars.


Romance "a la tropical."







Our days


hard


Offering
For us 1


at school


* i
IrN
taZ.
-p.. /


beat


challenges


meet.


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A familiar sight at the end of a day.


Study is a common duty for every class.


boys


They


try to


girls


know


with


how
their


fight


might.


Swimming cc
mud bath


Up and at it girls.


ime


year.


in the


center


Anyone


of a football field?















The band supplies music for school functions.


Talent, talent everywhere.


Mrs. McThing had a cast of talented students.


School opened in September with a record enrollment.


year brought greater kids


talents




Balboa


by far


ranging wide.


High


School


This
With




And


UNT I U '


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This school


We'll


is one


never forget


Meeting people from different countries is nothing new to Balboo
High students.


For the


With


aughs v
friends


shared


The "clubby" offers a place to show p


re-game spirit.


Going


home from work well


done.


































C


Miss Marie C. Weir, girls' counsellor, welcomes
Dee Able, Balboa High School's one thousandth


student to enroll in


one year


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It doesn't look as if they are on a diet.


A modern


retraces


Henry Morgan over part of Las


Cruces Trail.


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PRINCIPAL-MR. T. F. HOTZ, Heidelberg College-A.B.,


Ohio State U.-M.A.


Behind


us every


They taught us


inch

what


the wi

know


~Y


today.


COUNSELLORS-MISS MARIE C.


WEIR, U. of Florida-


Columbia


Advisor; I
Vocationa


U.-M.A.,


HAROLD


Guidan


Vocational


ZIERTEI
Adviso


Guidan
Bradley


A twice daily


r, Assistant Principal.


routine


check of the mailbox
with the teachers.


N,


U,-BS







Faculty


OFFICE SECRETARIES-Mrs. Bertha E. Moya; Mrs. Martha Lerchen.


Sometimes


they


were


gay~,


often


stern:


Bnt they


their best


make


learn.


fantabulous


Who earn


faculty


with


their vacations


sorts


to do


degrees,


they


please.


DOCTOR AND NURSE-Mrs. E.
Training School for Nurses-R.N


College-B.


Tufts College Me


Forbes, Bradford Hospital


.; Dr. H. C.
,dicoal Scho


Prith


am, Colby


LIBRARIAN-Miss


K. C~lalr,


Columbia


U.--BS>,


New York U.-M.A.


o--M.D.









Science


Math


Standing, left to right: Mr. Walter M. O.
-B.S., Columbia U.-M.A., Chemistry; M


of Ky.-B.
quist, U.


S.,


M.A., Gen.


Science,


Fischer, U. of Chicago
r. Frank Y. Hukill, U.


Biology; Mr.


of Wisconsin-Ph.B., N.Y.U.-M.A.,


center: Mr. DeWitt E.


--B.A,,
Mr. G.
Biology.


Wash.
O. Lee


Myers,


Valley City


J. Weston
Biology. B


State Teachers


C


Standing, left to right
Ohio State U.-M.Ed.,
Mt. St. Vincent-B.A.,


aottomn
allege


State U.-M.A., Physics, Chemistry. Not pictured:
, Iowa State College-B.S., Columbia U.-M.A.,


Frances


K. Graham, Hu


Alg., Geom.;
College-B.A.,


Lester
keet."


Mr. George


U. of


E. Cook, Miami U.-B.S.Ed.,


Alg., Geom., Trig.; Mrs. Nancy Schrag,
Columbia U.-M.A., Alg., Geom.; Mrs.
Inter College-A.B., Columbia U.-M.A.,


W. Case,


Oregon-M.Ed.


Northern Idaho Teachers
, Gen. Math, Alg.; Mr.


D. Hummel, Duquesne U.-B.A., M.A.,


Geom,,


"Parra-


Social Studies


English


Foreign


Language


Left to right: h
of MIch.-M.A.,


Miss Mary L. Stindt, N.


Eng., E.


W. History;


Mich. College-B.S., U.


Mr.


State College-B.A., U. of Texas-M.Ed.,


M. Mikulch, M
U, S. History; /
B.A., Columbia
State Teachers'


JOrheaOd


State College-B.E.,


Miss Mary S. Brigham, Battle


U.-M.A., Eng.;
College--AB.,


Miss Hazel P. Matthews,


Frank DeGeer,
History; Mr.


Co.o,
Walter


U. of Iowa-M.A.,


Creek


College-


Miss Margaret Whitman, Wayne


Northwestern


Ala. College-A.B.,


U.-M.A
George


Peabody


Standing, left to right: Mr. S. I. Barkowitz, College of Charles-
ton-A.B., Middlebury College-M.A., Sp.; Mr. Ralph W.


Garrett, Furman U.-B.A., U. of


Claude M.


Aycock,


bia U.-M.A.,


M.A., Sp.


Seated:


Women's C
Mr. Allen
Mrs. Jean


S. C,--M.A.,


collegee of U.N.C.-A.B., Colum-


B. Ward,


U. of Neb.-A.B.,


C. Morden, Stanford U.-A.B.,


U. of Wash.-M.A., Fr., Eng.; Mrs. Mary H. Rowan, Maryville
College-A.B., Columbia U.-M.A., Latin, Eng.


Cle c


far ieachtrs~MA.,


Ens.: Mr, Holold


C, aippe,


College


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Commercial


Practical


Fine


Arts


4.'
'.4.


= I


J .


Left to right: Mrs. Ann L Wilcox, N. Y. State College for Top, left to right: Mr
Teachers-B.S.C., M.S. Eng., Typewriting; Mrs. Mary B. Jour- State U.-M.S., Mech.
neoy, Iowa State Teachers College--B.S., N. Y. U.-M.A., Short- State Teachers College


hand; Mrs. Eula R. Driscc
U. of Texas-M.B.A., Moth


ll, North Texc
i, Adv. Typing.


as State College-B.A.,


H. Mattingly, Indiana


E. Musselman,
M.A., Spanish,


Kansas
James


St ate-B,
H, Elliott


Metal Shop; Mr. V
U.--M.A., Band, O


R.O.T.C.


Eastern


. C. A. Botalden


Drowinc

U.-MS,.


Bradle


Mr. C. F. Anderson,


S., Industriol
in Ed., A.M.


Illinois U.~8%S,


Speech-Drama.
S. Columbia


Bottom:
U.-M.A.,


U. of Nebraska-B.S.


A. Herr, Denver
Chorus. Glee Cl


Kansas


Arts; Mr. James
Art; Mr. Donald


in Ed., U. of


Chicago-


Miss Eloise Monroe.


Household
in Ed., M.


U.--B.M.E,
ub.


Arts; Mr.
of Ed.,
Columbia


Standing, left to right: Mrs.
B.A., Wash State College-


Constance
-M.S., Ph


C. Ball, Rollins


College-


Ed.; Miss Donna


Left
Moon


to right:-M/SGT.


M/SGT.


James


James L. Powers;


E. Kollars; M/SGT


Capt.


Christopher


Gale S.
Wheeler,


Stuebe,


Indiana


Ed.; Miss Patricia


State Teachers' Co
Lehman, Northwest


Ilege-B.S.,


Health,


Harvard-A.B.


Mo. State College-B.S.,


M.S., Phys. Ed. Kneeling: Mr. John S. Pettingill, U. of Notre


Dame-B.S.,


M.A., Track,


Swim.


Coach;


Mr. Lawrence


E. Ho-


rine, Colorado


U.--B.S.,


State U. of lowa-B.S.,


Mr. James


H. E. Hurin,


M.A., Phys. Ed.; Mr.


Ross E. Anderson,


M.A., Phys. Ed., Head Football


Ailver


Stockton-BS.,


Wash.


Coach;
State


College-B.Ed., M.A., Phys. Ed.; Mr.


Physical


Education


T


,


e;


~ohn t, Fowcer~,









I at o*


.
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You must project


voice when


you try


out for


Lute Song, Pat.


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The boss man behind the
takes time out.


Parrakeet


The parade of the National Honor
members begins.


Society














Student


Following a vigorous campaign,


Barbier was elected


Toussieh,
Farbman


S.A. Veep.


were


George


S.A. Prexy, and Solly
Joan Dimpfl and Sheila


appointed


S.A. secretaries,


and these four took the oath of office at
the Awards Assembly.


There


are four


faculty


advisors


supervise the


Mr. Speir, S.A. advisor;


Mr. Dippre, treasurer of accounts; Mr. Hukill,
ticket sales advisor; Mr. Garrett, ticket sales
assistant and ushers' advisor.


The S.A.


meetings,


under


Mr. Speir's


guidance, enabled the students to partici-


pate in their school government.


Minutes,


a monthly


financial


report,


and the


stitution


were


distributed to each homeroom.


The director of assemblies arranged for
a talent show.


OFFICERS-Left to right: J


tory; G. Barbier, president;
president; S. Farbman, secr


Dimpf l,
Toussieh


secre-
. vice-


retary.


S.A. REPRESENTATIVES-Top, left to right:


T. McKeown;


R. Barbara; T.


Hughes; S. DeVore; M. Heb
Burillo; J. Days; L. Hinkle; B.


French; P. Davis;


D. Brem


Cunningham;


iert;
Wh


Fitzgerald; J.


G. Ness.


T. Corrigan; P. B
eaton; B. Bartlett;


er; C. Rentz; E.


Waring;


Middle:
lennett.


Stevenson; B
R. Weade;


Bottom:


* Kogers;
O'Learv.


C. Hill;


Scott.


. Miller;


C. Kiamco; J. Garcia; P. Tate;


D. Browne;


C. Zelnick;


Not pictured:


B. Vache;


Lively; J.


aswe


M. Smith;


Cantrell; L.
. Dube; W.


con-















Association


two SA. sponsored dances,


the Get


Acquainted


Dance,


the first dance of


and the Inaugural Ball, at which the


class officers and the
introduced, were held


The Safety


Committee


class advisors


were


scheduled.


cleared


congestion at the center stairways and put


up a showcase during Fire


The Welfare


school's


dri


Committee


preventionn Week.
decorated the


Christmas tree.


The Drives Committee had charge of such
yves as the American Junior Red Cross, the


United


and the orphanage


collec-


lions,


There


were


activities such


also other
as Visitors' D


S.A. sponsored
ay, Awards, S.A.


ticket sal


es, train ticket sales, singing


entines committee, and the


committees


problems
students.


arising be


try
tween


new


co-ordinat-


to take care of


acuity


S. A. ADVISORS-Left to right: Mr.
rett; Mr. D. Speir; Mr. H. Dippre;
Hukill.


R. Gar-
Mr. F.


S. A. ALTERNATES-Top, left to right:
Caldwell; M. Metheny; M. Nahmad; H


K. Clark; K. Kirchmier;


King; E. Stance
L. O'Quin; M.


S. M


C. Dimpf
orency.


Dubbs; D. Chassin


Sharpe; R.


son


Feenev. Middle: D


Bottom:


Not pictured: T.
; A. Leonard; J.


; J. Fir
Paiak;


Hitchcock; N.


ro


ason; M. Klipper;
G. Frederick; M. Tr


Crawford; M. Lovollee;
we; F. Miller; S. Davis,


Baggott,
t; D. Mo!
Word;
. Bassett


Randel; R.
M. Walker;
.agassie; J
Eddlernan;


Behar.


year,


11111


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'PH~


ASSEMBLIES
chairman. I


Miller;


Pt


COMMITTEE-Standing: D. Randel,


Cneelin
iymond


g, left to right:
I. Not pictured:


. Michaelis; M.
M. Watson: H.


AWARDS DAY


D. Miller


COMMITTEE-Left to right: J.


; D. Chan; D.


aige,


K. Magn


uson;


chairman.


rowne;


nger;


A. Haskell.


THE CAMPAIGN


of pupi


AND


ELECTION


rom Mr.


Speir's


COMMITTEE


mericoan


DRIVES COMMITTEE-Left to


Spencer;


tutions


S. Mable, chairman;


D. Jones;


M. Conover;


right: E. K
L. Hinkle;
G. Quiros;


Aadu
B.
L. E


ro; B.
Hitch-
iurillo.


Not pictured:


D. Vestal


evins.


GET ACQUAINTED


M. P


Toussieh


lerce,


DANCE
airman;


COMMITTEE-Left


M. Smith


A. Pe


INAUGURAL BALL
right: G. McCullougl


C. Dimpfl.
G. Barbier.


Barbara.


Bottom:


COMMITTEE-Standing,
h; L. Parsons; J. Dimpfl;


left to
C. Herr;


C. French; S. Toussieh; D. Randel;


Not pictured:


rbman.


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SAFETY COMMITTEE-Top, left to right:


SINGING VALENTINE COMMITTEE-


Left to right: B, Betz-


McKeown;
Bottom: M.


Pearl.


C. Holg
Moses;


erson:


Not pictured:


R. Ble


Spencer,
M. Garcia


Mykland; M. La


vins; E. Kaan.


chairman; L


D. Jones;


vallee;


J. Reynolds;


S. Mable; B. Parke


. Dam


erou;


Skinner


Adams


Wakefield.


hi
ai :I


VISITORS' DAY


COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: J.


WELFARE COMMITTEE-Top,


left to right: J.


Trower; T. Cunningham.
R. Barbara; A. Nahmad,


voso.


Bottom:


D. Mil


Middle: J.
chairman
ler; S. Pa


Morris; D. Ryter;
; T. Corrigan; B.
ige; S. Mable; J.


L Odenz;


Ryter; T.


Bottom, left to right: J.


orrigan, ch
Ogden; B.


airman; M. M


pencer;


oses.


C. Hol


gerson.


Not pictured:


S. Farbmon; P


Corrigan.


TRAIN TICKET


S.A. TICKET SALES-Standing, left


SALES-Stand-


ing, left to right: L. Raymond;


to right:


L De


owler. Seated: J.
;. Toussieh: S. Pur


G. Barbier; J.
Dimpfl; J. Dunn;
iv: J. Tribe.


GAME
Wheeler


TICKET


SALES-Left


ovington;


to right:


"erra;


M. Lavallee;
Bottom: C.


A. Re


J. Myers.


ase; M. Hebert,


Morency.
ngton; J.
chairman.


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While passing
people rushing o0


room


you may


ut with


passes


iave seen
one hand


and paper and pencil in the other, heading for the


office


or to


Or maybe


some
you've


poor unsuspecting teacher's room.


been stopped


in the hall


harried senior with a picture of a freshman group


to be


named.


you've


passed this room,


you've


probably heard,


"Who's this?" "Where's the no.


folder?" "Where's the office pass?"
burgh, I've already checked it."


"But Mr.


Well, it's


not as confusing


as it sounds.


the Zonian staff getting a better and different
book ready for publication.


t's just
year-


EDITORS
S. Mable,
editor; J. T


AND MANA<
associate e
ribe, business


GERS-Left


~ditor


to right:
Zirkman.


manager


ZONIAN A
R. Zirkman;


.D SELLERS-Top,


Zirkman.


sen; S. Schneider;


left to right:


Bottom: L.
Wakefield;


Gunder-


Tribe,


ZONIAN
advisor;
E. Kaan;


Bottom:


STAFF-Standing, left to right: h
S. Mable; M. Lavallee; C. Zirkman;


Ar. Vosburgh,
A. Nahmad;


S. Nelson; P. Morgan; Mr. Cook, financial advisor.
M. Walker; M. Starr; L. Dew; J. Dunn; J. Tribe;


business


manager;


L. Pearl; L. Odenz.


S. Mo


rency


The Zonian staff


is proud of its


senior


r photographers:


It takes more than


one to do the


C. Wommack, R. Toledan


and B. Sander.


Zonian


typing.


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Parra ket


2,


Have


noticed,


while walking


a room


a green parrakeet on the
small cartoons? Or you ma
trying to arrange various s


door, a group laughing over
3y have seen someone patiently
izes of paper on a large board


and ending


turning


the whole


upside-down.


Maybe you noticed several girls laboriously typing articles


or rushing in and out


noise


from room


as a certain deadline gets
102 accomplishes something


closer,
valu-


able, because the staff publishes the B. H.


S. newspaper,


the Parroakeet,


every


six weeks.


It gives students up-to-


date news and helpful articles, and it's a


newspaper to


be proud of.
In addition, the Parrakeet Daily bulletin board reminds


students of meetings and
laugh from selected carto<


obligations
ons.


providing


EDITORS AND MANAGER-Left to right:


Barbara, editor;


Bennett, a
Eisenmann,


ssoc.


R. Head,
editor.


business


OSSoC,


Not pic


editor; P.
tured: D.


manager.


PARRAKEET STAFF-Top, left to right: J.
nett; M. Ward; M. Pierce. Middle:


Eglington;
editor; B.
R. Toledan


D. Mille


Rettinger


Betz-Myklan
o. Bottom:


Purdy;
Winstec


V. Avila; M.


Trower; P. E
N. Therrell;


R. Head,


Smith


PARRAKEET


ossoc.


, Longmore;
; V. Quiros;


bauste;
Perez.


AD SELLERS-Top,


nmann.


Bottom:


left to right: L,
D. Eisenmann-


r; R. Barbara, editor.


"rac-a-tac-o-tacs"


of Parrakeet.


Victor, Mary, ond Terry


look at an old Parrakeet.


R.


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Reserve


Officers'


Training


Corps


BATTALION STAFF and


COLOR GUARD


-left to right: Cadet Maj. J.


Cadet Copt. J. Dunn;


Bennett


Cadet


Cadet Capt. J. Zordon.


Cadet


L


Grubbs;
t. Col. P.


R.O.T.C.


R. Kielhofer;


Second


row:


Dunn


SPONSORS-Left to right:
Dimpfl.


Crowe;


S. Mable


Cadet Sgt. F. Dube; Cadet Sgt. W.
Halvosa. Third row: Cadet Corporal


J. Reynolds
Cadet Sgt.
B. Bruhn,


; Cadet S!
T. Womble;


L. Bateman:


Cadet


rpora


DRILL TEAM-Dickie and Sue salute with the drill Team.


USHER GUARD-Top


row, left to right:


B. Miller;


C. Pearson;


G. Herrera; D. Hatcher; R.


Caldwell; T


Bembenek. Third


F. Dube;


B. Kirkland; D. Brown; D.


Browne;


L. Dial; L. King;


C. Rivera;
M. Klipper;


G. Gross;
Bottom: B


S. Aliponga; L
J. Treadway;


F. Romero;
. Lombroia;


. Martinelli; T. Arnold.


G. Parker;
Gundersen; B.
Baus; R. Flu


Second


R, Weade;


row:


Phelan


Caldito; B. Kielhofer.
mach; D. Chassin; A.


RIFLE TEAM-Top, left to right:


penhaver;
D. Keller;


D. Reece; G
F. Romero;


. Medina.
D. Chassi


K. DeGon;


R. Parker;


G. Cop-


Third row: J. Turner; L. King;
n. Second row: B. Scott; F.


Muller;
Medina,


C. Bradshaw


; R. McConaughey;


Arias;


B. Scott; G.


T. Arias;


B. Scott; B. Flumach.


Bottom: J.


Chase;


Miller; B. Kielbofer; T. Townsen


d; S, Rowley,













Company


OFFICERS, left to right: Cadet 2nd


Lt. F.
Chose;


Townsend; Coder 2nd Lt. J.


Cadet


Capt.


G. Barbier,


company commander.


"B" tom
OFFICERS,
Cadet Ca|
company


Cadet


pany


left to right:


J. Trower,
commander;


1st Lt. B. Crowe;


Cadet 2nd Lt.


Terry Cor-


rigan; Cadet 2
Charles Wommack.


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pt.


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Frank gives Carolyn a little
advice in Mrs. McThing.


G. McCullouc
and M. Smith[


at Lute


ph, A. Haskell,
h worked hard
rehearsals.


Drama


Opening the high school drama season was
Mrs. McThing. Originally a Broadway play written
by Mary Ellen Chase and made famous by Helen
Hayes, Mrs. McThing is a comic fantasy illustrating


the point that "small


boys shouldn't


always


was Lute Song, which is a Chinese


has enjoyed a continuou


years.


many


strolling Chinese players.


classic


play that


s stage life for more than
entries it was played by


Written by a


14th century


school-master, Lute Song was presented to the Amer-


their ears and that perfection is a terrible thing."


ican public on Broadway in


There it starred


During


the Christmas


season,


The Coming


the versatile Mary Martin and Yul Brynner. Although
Lute Song has lost some of its folk-tale simplicity


Christ
of Mr.
Coming
style o


was presented through the combined efforts


V. A. Herr and Mr. Don Musselman.


of Christ


If


a contemporary


a medieval-type mystery


work
. The


in the
music


for this play was composed by Gustav Holtz, and
the words were written by John Masefield, England's
present poet laureate.


through dramatizing
been a fascinating


on a formal


experimer


stage,
nt for


it has
many


groups.


Through these plays,


the actors themselves have


not only received a great deal of experience,


also the


Club, the Sock and Buskin Club,


the speech-drama classes have experienced a


Unusual
drama this


plays
year,


seem


to have been the theme of


Following this


same


characteristic


of co-operating and participating.


the active,


"behind-the-scenes"


They have


workers.


Karen Magnuson, Rosemarie Berman,


portray the Loomis


Sisters,


attempts to be eager and
be enough to frighten an


three old


at the


y man.


and K


Curtis


maids whose


same


would


Vena


ducts st
scolds


Bennett, the mysterious Mrs.


range goings-on in the Blu
Carolyn Southwell for ru


McThing who con-
e, Blue Mountains,


nnmg


away


home.


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Music


The
played
assembli
Students
"Dixielaf


Balboa
a major
es and
w ill I1


nd


Blues"


High
role


School


athletic


Dna0


band


our many
contests,


remember


thich,


played


the band at the pep rallies, set our
feet to tapping in rhythm.
A "transcontinental" trip to partici-


pate in the United Fund "kickoff"


was


one of


services


many


performed by the


coflmuflit


band


BAND OFFICERS-Left to right: M.


vice-president; M,


Smith,


Smith, president;


secretary;


D Randel,


Ameg-
Sconr


ductor; S.


McKay, secretary.


B.H.S.


MARCHING


BAND-Left


to right,


one: R.


Weade: M.


Smith; M. Miller;


C. Eggleston


; A. O'Leary;


N. Litvin; P. Beeby; J. Reynolds. File two:


Brinkley;


E. Morris; E. Ameglio.


File three: D.


gassie. File four: D. Horned; H. Brid; F.
five: P. Thibodeoau; J. King; M. Smith; K.
C. Mugnier; M. Walker; A. Logassie; v


E. Cunning


Sny


Townsend;


D. Reece;


yder; L. Dew;
S. Metheny;


Cox; W. Daily; D
i. Ward; J. Fuller;


J. Hern;


Kt. Amato;


C. Meggers;


J. Farrell; R. Shuey; R. Parker; P.


rown;


J. Hotz; J.


ng; J. Livingston.


S. Watts.


Steven


File six:


S. La-


J. Potter. File


Word; D. Brown;


Drum major: D. RondeL.


























The orchestra gets


assembly


music


department,


er the


direct


Victor


presented throughout the


year a wide variety


selections


ranging from


medieval-type


music to Debu


's "Beau


" In December


appeared on TV for the first time


in the sch


history.


With Christmas just around the


Club on its


medieval-type,


mystery pla


corner


work


, "The Coming


was begun


of Christ.


by the Glee
" The band,


chorus, and orch
a few minutes of


estra dusted off their yuletide


a sno


white


Christmas


songs in an attempt to bring


sunny


ever-g


reen Panama.


A chorus class


rehearses prior to the sp


concert.




















Don Randel, student conductor, leads the orchestra.


Mr. Herr is in the


mood


for music.


With the


arrival of Carnival, our


own


"coniunto"


supplied the native


touch to the gay and lovely tamborito at the


flag-rai


sing festivities on the


Canal Zone.


Another Herr-Musselman production,


"Lute Song,"


Vena Bennett


and Edgar Ameglio


playing the leads,


is in the making.


As this copy goes to the printer


the Spring


concert


is not far


is likely to contain such mu


SIC as:


a co


ncert version of Gilbert and


Sullivan's


"lolanth


e;" "Lonesome Train,"


with soloist Frank Brigh


and James Weldon


Johnson's


poetry set to music in


"God's


Trombones.


" The


conce


rt will


divided into two


nights.


The glee club appears on


a television program in the studios at CFN-TV



























FOOTBALL


QUEEN


COURT Left to
Mable; B. Crowe,
Lavallee.


right:
queen


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Queens


VALENTINE QUEEN AND COURT-Top row,


M. Watson;
Bottom: D.


G. McCullough;


Moses; L.


left to


E. Stoncook


Ward, queen; D


A Broswell;
McKechon,


rerner


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CARNIVAL QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right:


B. Olave; O. Nu
D. Randel.


ueen;


zcarr


T. Bembenek


Pierce;


M. Pie


C. Mastellori;


erez;


A. Varela


E. Madu


ro; E. Ameglio;


; L. Mortinelli; S


Doubin


SADIE HAWKINS QUEEN AND COURT-Left to


V. PC


ng, queen;


Wheaton


P. McKeehan.


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Leg
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LIBRARY


Thompson;


ASSISTANTS-Top


row, left


Z. Zelnick; J. Ricks; R.


es; J. Whaler


amma.


Bottom row: K.


wenson; J
Frede; B.


Castelli


Beeb


Stephan;


LABORATORY ASSISTANTS-Back row


Gon-


C. Valder-


C. South-


to right:


Middle row:
Miller; B. \A


D. Browne; R.


P. Dempsey; F.


; K. Cox.


Wommack; J. Tribe;


n; M. Kell
Todd; M.


Front row:


, standing left


y; C. Rentz.
Conover; M.
. Errhalt: C.


S. Nelson.


OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Top row,


Spencer;


S. Schneider.


Third row:


B. Bartlett; C. Hughes; J. F
A. Cheung. Second row: G.


fields N.


left to right:


Kirchmier


Webster


Arjona;


Rodanich


aymond; P. Larrinaga;


; N. Raybourne; M.


k; N. Hughes;


C. Lipszyc;


Watson; B
G. Perra; C.


Rentz; B.
S. Snyder;
Wheaton;
Covington.


Bottom row:


M. Stoakley; F


Davis; E. Kaan;


L. Pearl;


C. Schultz;


A. Gara


CLINIC


COUNSELLORS' ASSISTANTS-Standing,


B. Bartlett;
Cheung; M.


Webste


S. Raymond;
Stoaklev: L.


J. Maduro;
Cunningham.


eft to right:
Davis; A.
Seated: N.


ASSISTANTS-Top,


K. Baughman; J.


Schneider;


Bottom:


r; C. Lip


Cantrel l;


B. Stiles;


R. Gand


left to right:
I. Michaelis.


onover;


J. Read;
Middle: S.


P. McKeehan.


Stancook; B. Camp-








Chez


Eloese


-h' -


Linda


Pearl and


Eileen


make


like busy


home ec. class.


B.H.S.


girls,


presented


Eloise


onroe,


teacher


arts in Balboa High Schoo


attractive


household
. modeled


and stunning clothes which


they
year.


made


during


school


The styles which the girls from


her first, second, and third year home


economics classes modeled
dresses and sport clothes,


semi-formals and fo
annual fashion show,


rmals.


were


street


as well
The 1


Chez Eloise,


held January


1958,


on the front


lawn of Balboa High School.


Left to right:


P. Davis; N. Crawford;
B. Bowman; P. Paperno.


M. Conover;


Left to right:


G. Perro; N. Hughes;


V. Mauldin: P.


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Clubs


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p1-i


Look at our tropical Nacimiento.


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Some


members


look at the


names of the contestants for the big
math contest.



























The chess players are at it again.
































M. Hebert; Miss Whitman, sponsor.


National Thespians


Future


Teachers of


America


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Sock


Buskin


"AtI


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Vtr


Top, left to right: K. Baughman;
Berman; E. Maduro; A. Gray; S


S. Johansson;


Ogden;


C. Schultz;


J. Eglinton; H. Adar
. Canas. Fourth row:


V. Mauldin; M.


Gorci


A. Wood; D. Horned; I. Michaelis;


Fawcett; B. Perra; E. Kooaan; F. Kirkland; B.


B. Preston;
Word; J. h


A. Leonard;


Aeyers;


D. Stringer


Rogers;


zc


Hebert; R. Monzon; R. Jones; R. A
S. Toussieh; R. Zirkman; D. Rondel; L.


S. Snyder;


:orrogo; T, Du
lien. First: M.


ms; B. Rodon
J. Rettinger;


a; K. Cox;
B. Stiles.
Bo; N. Litvin;
B. Parker:


irfee;


Smith


C Hale;
Third: D.


iche; M.


rena;


P. Voortmeyer;


. Garci
aperno;


S. Sack; F. Arthin; C. Dalk
Wheeler; K. Magnuson;


C. Southwell;
S. Lagassie; M


E. Eisenmonn;


M. Smith


C, Huff


1. Bun11l


J. Dought
Watson.


i; G. Endara; R.
B. Betz-Mykland;
e; G. Fitzgera d;
O. Winstead; S.


D. Honsen;


Second: B.


M. Con


rowne;


E. Price


Bowman;


S. Forbm
Moble; C.


G. Go


Future


Nurses of


America


Top, left to right: D.
S. McKay; M. Trost;


Thompson; K.
nette; M, Bagg
B. Bowman; J.


,ox; h
ott; G
Heilm


Aydelkop; J.


M. Smith;
I t *tj i


Cornish;


P. Kelly; Mrs.


'4 -


Barrett;
Journey


C. Thorn


advise


)r; C.
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mussel


man;


S. Logassie;


pson; J
D. W


.Malone
heeler; R


r\. Vard; K. oanady. Miaale row: V. nill; C. Lofing; K. Larson; I. voortmeyer; Mr. uejer
. Vale; B. Stiles; N. Grimes; K. Beasley; P. Crook; P. Davis; M. Coppenhaver. Bottom row
an; B. Calvo; D. Chan, president; J. Meriwether; F. Adorns; R. Argerenon; R. Van Dyke


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Stamp


Club


Left to right: T. Ho; B. Sprague;
sponsor; E. McNeil; W. LeBlanc; P.


T. Sheppard; J. Esslinger; Mr. Fisher,


A. Carroll; E.


Suarez.


Pan-American


Club


ri


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Top row, left to right: L
E. Ruess; A. Luddy; D. (


Martinelli; L. Burillo;
han; D. Aydelkop; E.


S. Farbman; V.
Johnson; F. Va


Avila, president; R. Chanis; E. Eisenmann; M. Dew;
es; G. Estrada; S. Watson; E. Suarez; H. Mendez.


Third row: C. Lipszyc; M.


Ferro; B.
S. Canas;


Calvo; M. M
A. Cheung.


orer


Varela;
10: B. I


S. Daubin


Rodaniche; B.


Garci
Olave.


a; Miss Aycock, advisor.
Bottom row: A. Tapia; E


Second row: A.


Maduro;


Endara


E. Pie


Discussion

Debate


and

Club


It


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ainera


Club


Standing, left to right: F. Hall; J. Zardon; V. Avila; C. Wommack; Mr.


Batoalden
to right:


adviser;
B. Sander


Toledano
resident;


. Ho; J. Kline;
Kirkland.


B. Scott


Kneeling, left


(hess


Club


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Top, left to right:


D. Browne,


president;


Gunde


rsen;


rency;


Skinner;


Flotau;


Daubin


D, Hanse
Lord; P.


. Sailer;


rown;


. Ruess; S. Barrett;
anowitz; J. Barr; E


gleston;


uarez;


M. Miller;


A. Mull


Blades.
orski; C.


Bottom:


0D Snyder;


Top, left to right: L.


Gunde


rsen; D. Browne;


Aviloa;


Toussieh, Bottom:


M. Miller


Tribe, p


resident


Barrett


; C. Eggleston;


Math


Club


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United


Nations Flub


Top row,
E. Suare;
Third roy


left to right: J. Rettinger; E. Eisenmann; A. Cheung;


7.


Hoenk


Arjona;


Aydelkop; D. Hansen;


E. Rennie


G. Abi


; P. Morgan.
3di; F. Vales;


Ruess;


B. Calvo.


Abadi; E. Johnson;
Garcia, president.


Second row: D.
. Mauldin; L. Bu


Chan; L. Handy; P.
rillo. Front row: M.


Science


Cull


Standing, left to right:


Catron; M.


E. Su


arez;


Canham;


Clarke


Hunnicutt,


Gundersen:


Abell; J.
president;


Hopkins;


Marsh


0.


F. Todd.


Sadler;
Sitting:


S. Moren
Conover;
Harrison.


cy; K. Cox; C. Egg
N. Webster; R. A


leston;


West
arlinc


; P. Morgan; M


g;


M. Ward;


Standing, left to right:


Graham, adviser
to right: J. Case)


O s l1 3


S. Whitmore; Mrs.


Olave.


Kneeling, left


r; M. Dubbs.


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j
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Girls'


Athletic


Association


Top, left to right:


Heirmno


Maoone,


rlona;


; M. Downing;


Bottom


row:


K. Flo


wers;


ogers;


C. Thompson; L.


S. Paige; L. R


McKay;
Perra; C.


cymo


J. Tribe;
C. Davis;


Lavolle;
chultz; I


Watson; S. Cruz;


erra;


D. Ho


Middle
Herr,


S Figu


erooa


row:


resident
B West


J. Low er


Lettermen's


(lub


A. Scott.
C. Rentz;


agossie;
Second


rower.


T. Womble.


Third


row, left to right:


Bottom


row,


left to


A. Nohmad


row, left to right: B. Ho


right: R. Shuey; M. Schoch; F. Hor


, president


ivosO;


S. Toussieh; R, Parker;


Barba


Cunningham;


T, Cor
eynold
P. Coi


rigan4
s; J. S
rigofl;


E. Burch:
nodgross:
T, Days:


McKe


own;


Ryter;


G. Barbier.


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Come to the Jamboree and join in all the fun!


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Will Billy make it? You bet!




























Has Sputnik invaded our volleyball game?





























Top, left to right: B. Parker; J. Meriwether; J. Whaler; D. Hoenke; L. Pearl; J. Mantovani; M. Coppenhaver;


G. King;


Covington, Pres.;


Sikorski;


C. Musselman.


Center:


B. Boatwright;


Smith


Kirkland; V. Maul-


Watson; S. Watkins; D.


Trasavage; F. Adams;


P. Morgan; B. Heilman;


Allen; L. Stratford. Bottom:


V. Hill;
D. Hutch


C. Osborne; B. Smith;
linson; M. Downing; R. 1


M. Dejernette; J.
Fhompson.


Heilman


M. Co


over;


C. Thompson;


Michaelis;


Figueroa;


A

I


Pep


As the year began,


newly-elected


the Pep
designed


president,


Squad


ovington,


began


to complete


red and white


first home game.
they performed


uniforms


During the footba


eminding
'eir self-
for the
II season,


on the field at half-time


through rain and knee-deep
excellent formations were the
and constant practice at lur
after school. At the pep rallii


result of hard


ich


time and


es, they gave


the cheerleaders


pecially


needed


support,
when n


which


ew chee


was es-
rs were


-t


introduced.


season


Their final


performance of the


was on Dad's Night when they used


flash cards while seated in the stands and,


together with


the cheerleaders


from both


schools, formed the Victory V on the field.
Their officers and Miss Ball are to be cor
gratulated on the fine showmanship wit
which they helped school spirit.


Club


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Cheerleaders


JACKIE DUNN, Sr. 2


LYNN RAYMOND


Bo Bo


Bo bo sk

Bo bo sk


wat'n dot'n undat 'n


wat'n dot'n unda


Sr. 2 yrs


ssssss


n ssssss


Who can beat 'urn?

We can beat 'um.

We're the team that can defeat


Bo bo


ski wat'n dot'n undat 'n


ssssss.


GLORIA ELY, Jr.


JANET TRIBE, Sr.


BARBARA KLIPPER


Jr. 1 yr.


SHARON DE


VORE


Jr. 2


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rl.'


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Football


being


a humiliating


at the


;,. .
3:.r
c-
., I .


Jamboree, the Bulldogs settled down and went to


work.


By the end of the


season


the Interscholastic and Isthmian titles.


they had won both


The Bulldogs


also managed to remain undefeated and unscored


against in any of their


Interscholastic games.


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.I. ..tiblr
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-tatrc


-'C,
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1k,..


SL..


COACHES-Left to right:
and Coach Horine.


Coach


Anderson


Top, left to right:


Scott; L.


Spradlin;


R. Parke


r; D. Adams; L. Bateman; M. Schoch;


C. Rentz;


Scott;
rigan;


G. Ness.
Million; (


K. Sheridan; B. Sikorski; C. French;


T. Cunning


Bottom:


Burch


T. Do


. Ryter


voso;


O. Sadler;


H. Womble; J.


Bateman


M. C


D. DesLondes.


Reynolds;


; R. Barbara;
C. Douglas.


J. Marsh


A. Nahmad


Middle: T.


Womble; J. Snodg


Blevins; B. Rathgeber


Corri


McKeo


rOss;


P. Cor


D. Abell;


rower;


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Scoreboard


Jamboree


(AC
Oct. 10
Oct. 18
Oct. 25


Nov. 15


, BHS 0, JC 0)


BHS 14
BHS 14
BHS 13


BHS 19


- AC
- JC
- CHS
- JC
- AC
- CHS


SENIOR BACKS--R.


Barbara; T. McKeown; J Trower; B Bat


ernoan;


A. Nohmad; D. Ryter.


LINEMAN-Left to right: C, Dou


g las; G. Bu


; M. Crook;


R. Million


orrigan;


B. Sikorski B. Ho vosa








Scoreboard


March 28


BHS vs. AC
BHS vs. AC
BHS vs. Faculty
BHS vs. AC
BHS vs. JC
BHS vs. CHS
BHS vs. JC
BHS vs. CHS
BHS vs. JC
BHS vs. CHS


May 22,


23. 24


JC Tournament


SENIORS AND RETURNING SQUAD MEMBERS-Left


G. Trimble;


A. Nahmad; E. Folse; P


. Delegado;


G. Al


to right:
exander;


R. Barbara, capt.; G. Barbier


Hopeful tryouts await their turn.


This bo


can real


Do you


think he will block that ball?


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CAPTAIN, COACH AND MANAGER-Left to right: R. Bar


baro, capt.; Coach Hurin;


T, Sheppard, manager.


Because of


several changes in this year's athletic program, the basketball


team was scheduled to begin its season in March.


As the Zonion copy goes to


printer, Coach Hurin is already planning his strategy and is thinking about


his selections for this


year's


team.


Raul Barbara and Lem Kirkland are the


only returning lettermen and Charles French, Al Nahmad, and


George Barbier


ore the veterans returning from last


yeor~s


squad.


Similar to last
full-court press as


year's


this year Coach


3 defensive and offensive weapon.


to place emphasis on defensive


and he will stress


Hurin


plans


use the


He will also continue


importance of


always being alert and ready to defend Balboa High School's goal
against the opponents,


or score


With the combined efforts of the returning players


and the


new material


coming up from junior varsity
capable of having a successful


Coach Huri


n hopes to


come


O team


needs ladders?


season.


Is not


very funny;


we should be ten points ahead.


was quite


a game


Basketball









Scou

Jan. 14
Jan. 21
Jan. 24
Jan. 31


ard


BHS 1
BHS 17


- JC
- CHS
- JC


- CHS 2
-JC 1


COACH AND MANAGER-Left


to right:


Coach


Horine and Manager


G. Rambo.


The Balboa High


School pitchers, F. Harley, L. Kirkland, M. Schoch, and J. Clin
take the mound.


Top, left to right:


ach H


anlne;


G. Rambo;


Kiamco;


ompso


n; R. Parker; B.


Hitchcock; H.


Wilkinson


J. Morris;
Bateman;


Blevins. Bottom:


Million


C. Cha


Kirkland


M. Sc


h; F. Harl


R. Scott;


G. Barbier; C. French; B.


D. Ryter, captain.


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It looks like


French and


Boarbier are


Which bat do


you like, Johnny?


worming up for


home


runs.


By defeating the junior college in the final game


score


of eight


one, the Bulldogs cinched their


fifth interscholastic championship.


possession


Thus they remain


of the newly-presented Shrine trophy.


A newcomer to BHS, Coach Larry Horine managed


the Bulldogs


through


a hard-fought


season.


placed emphasis on


speed and batting ability, and


throughout the
with the team.


SeoSo3


was right in


there hustling


Morgan


Schoch


turned


a fine pitching


formance with a 3-0 record.


Fred Harley also did commendable


on the pitching mound


the blatity


deportment it


was Gary Ness, John Morris, and Don Ryter


hammering


the ball for


In the


"runs-batted-in department,"


Charles Chase easily


proved


himself


superior


with a grand


total of eight


Speedy Charley French led the team in stolen bases.
All the Bulldogs played hard, and the team will m


such baseball men


as Trimble, Barbier


Ryter,


Chase,


Botemaon, Million, and Harley.


who will graduate


ear, but Coach Horine


a fine


group


underclass-
nnrlprlri^-


men returning who


should make


L. Thompson


covers


up a strong nucleus


for next


third base


r's baseball team.


R Blevins plays


a good game of baseball


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CAPTAIN AND MANAGER


Ed Suarez,


manager,


- Left to
and Carl


Toothmon, captain.


T. Days, J. Trower, and R. Bao
180-low hurdles with


rbara take the


ease.


s-~ *-..~
'p
-


TEAM-Back row, left to right:


Coach Pettingill;


G. Barbier; A. Lagassie; R. Scott; C. Douglas;
Rivera; J. Snodgrass; B. Leves. Middle: M. Bettsac
T. McKeown; T. Corrigan; R. Barbara; D. Adams.
D. Pajak; K. MacKenzie; B. Sprague; L. Brown; B.


B. Halvosa; B. Cald
T. Days; S. Toussih
k; B. Richardson; E.


ito; C. Toothman;
eh; H. Feeney; E


uarez;


Front: D. Sikorski; D.


SScand rett; W


Abell;


A. Libert; J.


O. Sadler;


French; J. Morris;


A. Nahmad; T. Womble;


. Sharpe; B.


Trower;
T. Ho:


Boyette; C.
C. French;
J. Suarez;


Gorham.


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Track


As the Zonion material


track team


is busy at


is mailed to the
loosening up their


printer,


sore muscles


and getting into shape.


There will


be ten returning letter,


men from lost


several


year's


fine track men


team to compensate for the loss of


as Bill Holt, Dan Winklosk


Bob Toothman.


B. Halvosa


up, up,


Coach Pettingill is


counting


on Abel


McKeown in distance running, Ch


Lagassie
French a


nd Car os


River in the


hurdles;


sprints, Raul Barbara and Joe T


Carl Toothman


pects in the high jump.


rower


and Frank Leves ore good
Excellent support should also


in the
pros-
come


from Solly


Toussieh


jump while Bill
well in the pole


and Geo


Halvosa


Barbier


and Terry Corrigc


in the brood
an should d o


vault.


C. Rivera


posses


the baton to


French. The senior
French.


line-up


gets ready


go. Bang!


ira E ~~~k#-I rwnt~wt, ~i ~n a. -


over


Rasn, rra r*F rl:rchr


I~ t^ S.m Str~-i*


sI-


~hnr*rnr mrlll"lsr


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Plans had already been made for an active swimming
season as this article was sent to the printer. A total of six
meets were scheduled for this year's team. Although the
swimming season was still a month away, Bulldog swimmers were
seen working out and getting into shape.
Don Ryter was elected to lead the boys' team while Carolyn
Holmes was elected captain of the girls' team.
Ten lettermen were expected to return this year, but Coach
Pettingill believed there would be an open field in swimming
and that swimmers with determination to win and willingness
to work would be able to earn a position on the team.



Rl r rFd^


-4


B. Maxwell takes off on a
cutaway.


- -


Cath1t~aswr


COACH AND CAPTAINS-Left to right:


mes;


coach Pettingill; D. Ryter.


VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM-Top row, left to right: J. Reynolds; D. MacLean


r"


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sq~


orf
- LI


Oxxw4


race in the


- 9


B. Maxwell


shows
swan i


oxwe


- ir'


slart


art ihre


backstroke


-a
4

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style in the


r/


SI''11


*
V t~


-.


P.. -
S
'- ..


- '


9~~C"-


ceY*jJ~


it~
6l


* -:tt .-


It looks like


a tie,


re off


immin


.Rogers


and C. Holmes


before


Rogers,


axwel


Holmes


rOd iCC~


swimming


workouts.


their backstroke.


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Boys'


Intramurals


Participation was at an all time high in this


year's


intramural


program.


This was especially


true in the interclass track meet, where competi-


tion proved to be exceptionally keen.


tackle


"AA"


football league also proved to be a high


light in this year's program.


The sports that were offered this


bowling,


were


as follows:


football,


basketball,


horseshoes, ping pong, softball, swimming,


Look out! I'm coming through!


Who has th






Charlie watches as


high score here?


Danny shows us how


to hit that ball.


year



























All right,


rob the flag and not my arm.


Wow!


a most


missed


Playing


a hard game


of basketball


can be


It certainly


to be tall.


hot work in the tropics.


The boys


see m


to really


enjoy


game


of table


tennis.


So do


these!























"A" LEAGUE


VOLLEYBALL


C. Thompson; L. Reyes; J.


C. Davis


B. Heilman.


ALL STARS-Back
Hotz; S. McKay; J
Front row: L. Raya


row:


"B" LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS-Top, left to


. Ma-
mond;


C. Herr; J. Lawler; J.


Tribe.


Girls' Sports


There was a good turnout for the girls' intramura


sports program,


which included


volleyball, basketball,
competition took place.


bowling, and


softball.


Teams


were


formed,


and active


team


All Stars were chosen in
played the Cristobal and Cc


games.
All Stars


volleyball and basketball,


Zone


Junior


College


and the


"A" League


"A" League team;


The "B" League All Stars played the Cristobal "B" Leaguers.


were


taken from both


All Stars


s in exciting
The Bowling


"A" and "B" Leagues by picking the five girls with the


highest individual scores.


They played both


Cristobal and C.Z.J.C. teams.


Those girls making All
a letter and also meet the
girl has lettered in All Stai
Star team that she made. I


Stars for the first time and playing


qualifications for the Girls'


rs, she receives


a gold baske


f she continues to make All SI


one full game


Athletic Association.
tball or volleyball f
tars in this sport in


receive
When a


or the


succeeding


years, she


receives


a bar.


All Star and intramural


participation awards will


be given out


at the Awards


Assembly


Strike one!


The pause that refreshes after bowling.


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"A" LEAGUE


J. Hotz


ALL-STARS-Top


; S. McKay; J. Malone;


H-eilman;


C. Thompson.


I


row


C. Schult
(neeling:


left to right:
z; A. Schmidt;


J


Lawler;


Herr; J Tribe.


"B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Standing,


Perra; M,
Horned; H,
S. Cruz; R.


Downing;


gers;


ngton;


Flowel


D. Foalse


left to right:


ausle; UI
Kneeling:


Monzon.


Arjono;


Look at


that iump


it cdear


the net


is the question!
*^iS i ** >. ~ .. ii. '- ^


S. -.a -


m


u ilr


J m






Freshmen
Sophomores


Juniors


busy bees of


scribe their


scribbles


i shorthand
into words.


class tran-
















It's not a bug. It's Louis Bateman welding in
metal shop.




























We even have stoves in the tropics.






























W. Brown; B. Battista; R. Burda; S. Berg; B. Arnold;
R. Adams; R. Arthur; F. Ammirati; J. Bateman; G. ,/


,man; G. Abadi; B. Amar; B. Austin; D.
Adams; F. Andrews; J. Almeda; J. Blaney;
; R. Bettis; P. Beeby. Bottom: M. Borowiec;
ev: D. Brown: C. Bridaes: T. Briaht: W.


Top, left
hart; S.
R. Dillon


t to right: L. Corrigan;
Dunn; E. Conn; D. Brem
i; S. Bindulski; D. Baltoz


M. Bradley; B. Bongiorni; J. Deming; J.
ler; B. Bell; B. Bowman; M. Baggott; B. I
er; R. Bennett; M. Dorsett; S. Donelan;


Crane;


Cortelloni; E. Drew


Boatwright; P. Black.
B. McGowin; R. C


Middle:


; L. Barn-
C. Brown;














'Ct


Top, left to right: M. Hurtado;
Fulop; T. Jaggers; A. LeBrun; (


K. Free
-. Lam;


Hirschmonn; L. Fonton; A. Estrcado; D.
SFHuddieslorv K. Enolf; P. Freiershaus~


ide; J. Helsel; T. Kelly; B. Gerhart; E. E
D, Des Voigne; B. Faircloth; M. Powell;
Hansen; E. Hill; V. Hill; R. Keller; J, Luhr;
N. Hieael: E Idol: R. Hern. Bottom: J.


C. Howell; J. Kolendo; F. Hinek; B. Herrera; L. Frauenheim;


nrintiez;


P. Elia;
M. Huste
Lawyer:


; D. Jenkins;


SGill; S. Freeman; R.
S Hoarari. Middle: L


ct L


Herring; M. Koncir;


Hughes;


G. Lord; P.


Woods;


Carroll
J, Hare


J. lowren


ce; F. Hood; J. Hawkins;


V. Grimes.


Top, left to right:


K. McCarthy; J. Kirkland; P


P. Monos; J. Isbell; M. Maduro; D. Moses; E.


* McCorth
Mathenev


; D. McKenn
A. McGuire;


a; D, Oglesby;


Monzon; C. Mugnmer,


S. Lemmer. Middle: M. Lewis; Lemasters;


M. McCarragher; J. Mantovani;
Michael; L. Mattice; T. Plowm


Lake; F. Longford; M


G. King; R. Larsen;


Oft


Metheny;


Bottom: S
G. Metzger


G. Johnson;


i. Lagassie; S. Liv
; N. Middleton; J


S. Mohr


; S. Jones;


ely; Z. Lugo; W. McCord
. Potter; G. Powell.


O'Quin;
W, Moell


R. Jones; C,
er; T. Moore;


Top, left to right:
Rowen; G. Silvos,
F. Snyder; P. She


J. Pennington.
Rudge; W. Sm


O. Roos; R S
; B. Rogers; R.
ridan; D. Rudy;


Bottom:


ith


nyder;


ill Si
C .Sc


C. Prescott


art: R.


Sex


P. Pires; J. R
B. Stephan;


warzrock;


eichart; R


C. Os


; J. Slice; J. Ve
ton; R. Sprague.


cch


ommervmi
borne; J.
ione; C.


L, ager;e
N, Perez


uaorez;


O'Don


E. Stollw
Middle: D


W, Stielou;


nell; R.


orth; J, St
Poperno;


Sevier;


ra; F. Simmons;


enson, L
Rizca0ll,


A Smith; E.


Smith:


rT


3






















Wilmoth; B.
Walker. Bc


ompson;


;I


Vach


bottom:
D. Trc


e; J. Sutherland;


J. Ward;


Isavage;


Whitm


C. Zelnick;


M. Yoh


Zirkm


impson;
W. Utl


Wirtz;


B. Walker;


rwoo


J. Tille


Wilson; h
L. Wilson


Urrutia;


Whaler.


4a1


I'c


The first
t s-c-a-r-


few weeks


we were


Yet when


just seemed to accept us,


excited


everybody


we felt pleased


and fell right into step with our upper-
classmen.

Our new experience began with the


election
John
Breme


of Worden


Deming, vic
r, secretary.


French,


:e-president;


president;
and Didi


Appointed chairman


of the showcase committee


was Barbara


Rogers.


FRESHMEN


CLASS


OFFICERS


SPONSOR-Left


John Deming,


vice-p


resident


; Dalys Bremer,


secretary;


rench


resident


Mr. M


years, sponsor.


FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE-


Top, left to right:


FRESHMAN


right:
Middle


PICNIC


S. Lagassie;


row:


COMMITTEE-Top


Frauenheim;
S. Bindulski.


ogers;


row, iett tO
Sutherland.


Bottom row: L.


D. Moses; C. Baughn
row: E. Matheney; D.


ond row:


ian;


avis; R. Jones.


Bremer; L. Cunningham.


R. Van Dyke; R.


onzon.


Gill; K. McCarth


P. McCarthy.


Zirkm


an; B.


woman.


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m


in






















Top, left to right:


Modu


ullivon


B, Rathgeber.


Bottom:


G Br


OnfzlOn;


; M. Nahmoad


Pierce.


Left to right:


B. Thriftl


D. Jenkins; J Fernan; )D.
ham; R. Edmondson; Ti
Metcolf; B. Valliant; J.


; K Moor;


Cunninyg
Kaska; J.
Brink; H


Left to right:
B Jenkins,


iSlet


P, Th


Cal linri, S


Core;


Rouse,
Newell.


aOs10


Griffin;


Arosernenci;


B. lemme~r;


Hunter;


D. Sikorski; R


Pruift,


Fresh nDC


Many different ou
work, the largest on
party. Dancing, fooc


events


e being


games,


added fun to hard


our annual


freshman


and a talent


made the party unforgettable.


are looking forward to our sophomore year


in the best school,


"our own" B. H.


S. with hopes that


it will equal the memorable


experiences of our first


in high school.


FRESHMAN
left to right:


SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Top,


L. Deg


enoaor, L Cunninghom,


G. Garcia; C.
man. Bottom:
Not pictured:


Baughmon;
S Logossie;
R Zirkmtn.


B, Rogers,
P Davis;


choir


FRESHMAN


CO-ORDTIATING COMMITTEE-Left


right:
tured:


M, Nohmod,


chairman:


Thorn


pson,


Unpic-


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re


S .


'I


r:


Top, left to right: J.


Brvant


us; K. Bassett;


K. Beasley;


S. Allen;


C. Bradsh


aw; F. Baggott; R.


Amato; A. Braswell; K.


M. Brandon; B. Bu
man; P. Abadi; R.


Amato


rns; S.
Allen.


Clark; K.


Bottom:


mold; A Barle


Top, left to right: D


Chassin; J.


Curtis; J. Behar; J. Brinkl
B. Bartlett; M. Bowen; A


D. Bau


M. Cassid


Deemer; P


S. Allen; B.
A. Altizer.


Dempsey;


avis; J. Feraud; N. Edwards; H. Elliott; B. Flumach.


M. Clu


Fields; D.


Dombrowsk


Crook; J. Doherty; J. Fields;
'ell; C. Clark; E. Dolan; J.


M. Da


ey; R. Covington.
. Cheung; J. Ched


Middle:


ester;


Archibald; M. Bettsak;


E. Eisenmann; M.
Middle: K. Flowers


vision; I.


Catron; L. Dial;


Darling.
M. Daniel


D. Ca


C. Berg;


Dejernette;
; J. Doughty;


Bottom:


D. Ful


evins; B. Batchelda


rey; E.


K; K. Baugh-


Bembenek; F


G. Estr
G. Fitz


A Eberen


op; J.


Bright;


ada; J. Conklin;
gerald; C. Dalke;
z; B. Caldito; D.


Cole.


-i-SI
tW &%
^ 'i

C t


"iz:

5'U:',


4L L~j ~I r



'tIp.8


Top, left to right: J.
dersen: B. Kimberlin


Heilm


an; A. Heuck; M.


S. God


Houser; J.


Ho; Middle:


earned;


Griffin; B. Hanna;


Huff; M. Klipper; H.


Gupton; E. Johnson; E. Jenkins; D. Harned; L. Handy;


Hall; J.


Garcia


D. Kelle


r; M. Kelly;


S. Hele; N. H


aynes;


D. Griffin.


Bottom: T. Hunter


S. Gorham


D. Hatcher; J. Kline; G. Hesters; D.


oenke;


G. He


rrera; P. Janowitz; B.


Gibbs


arvey;


C. Harrison.


So


I *:


I


m


~Pf~ i,






























Top, Left to right:


Keehan


P. McG


. Machaelis;


opez;


V. Lombroia;
: L. Kielhofer


McNall


; G. Kent; J


D. Monteath: B. Olove: K. MacKe


Morris.


R. Leggiere; J.


Bottom:


Meyers;


D. M


J. Marshall


acLean


More;


. Maxwell
Meriwethe


J. Nicke


is; C. McMoth
Kimball.


Mulle
McCor


rson;


r; N. Litvin;
naughey. M


King;


; G. Ness;


OwS;Of;


iddle:


M. Orr; A
,. Norton;


S. Laoquidaro;


. Leonard
B. Miller:


V. Ogde


; K. Kirchmier;


Top, left to right: D.
Pearl; D. Rogers; G. Ra


E. Ru


Raymond;


D. Smith; L. Spradlin


awrence;


mbo; N. Parker


. Rose;


arson;


M. Richters;


erra;
Police


E. Price;
t; B. Ruiz


Raymond;


. Rettinger.
. Patterson;


.; D.


Steiner; J.
Middle: J
B. Sander


A. Scott


Phelan; C.
Price; J. R
R. Parker.


C. Rentz


Ridge;


Shafer


ead; P. Rogers;


Bottom:


M. Sch


F, Roe;


A Schwal


Sherid


Rennie;


Scott.


Top, left to right:


Webster;
Watson; M
Thompson;


M. Stoakle)
I. Willis; D.
J. Turner;


Todd


; G. Vole
Wheeler;
E. White


Watkins;


Thomas.


M. Sailer;


Stiles;


Middle: R.


N. Swenson;


omble;


Schultz;


D. Stru


Wea


A, Vel


mith; B


e; R. Underwood;


osquez;


G. Trail


R. Tho


Wood


eaton:


J. Treodwa


n


,mpson. B
P. Thibode


ottom:
oau B,


M. Co
Watson;


Waring;


Nhite;
over;


Watts


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CLASS
Caldw4


OFFICERS AND SPONSOR G. Ness, president; B. Bartlett, secretary; R.


ident; Mr.


ase, sponsor.


CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE
to right: V. Ogden; B. Wheaton
man; G. Ness; P. McKeehan.


SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: J. Rettinger;


i. Mich


aelis; C. McMath; M.


Conover;


C. Thompson; D.


S. Hele;
Horned;


C. Huff.


Middle:


Allen


M. D


avison;


Bartlett


owers;


D. Beasley.


Bottom:


G. Vale; E.


Eisenmann;


Davis;


N. Litvin; M. Stoa









Soiphnmore



At last we are nearly h
ready to begin the third lap
that it will prove to be as succ
has been.


ail way through and almost
as mighty juniors, with hopes


:essf ul


as our sophomore


Surely you'll


never forget the unforgettable event,


very own


Sadie Hawkins Dance with


Penr


Daisy Moe and Frank Bright as Li'I Abner,


dreams


Rettinger's


on ide


fantasy,


ol liil
'dSoga


Abner


came


of Dogpatch/"


ty Waring as
Daisy Maoes
true in Judy


Gin ny


Perro


and her committee are to be commended


in making it a huge s


for their efforts


USCeSS,


Who could help but have
such leaders as Gary Ness, press
president; and Barbara Bartlett,

Many other events and lots


this a


liked this post year
ident; Ray Caldwell,


secret


fun and work made


neverito-be-forgotten


FROLIC COMMITTEE-Top, left to right:


Caldwell; B. Miller.


Third row:


Wheeler


Thompson.


Second


Deemer


Bottom:


G. Ness,


rnin


SADIE HAWKINS COMMITTEE-Top, left to


right: B. Ba
J. Read; K.


rtlett; M. Davison; T.


Hole; J.


Deemer.


Ho. Middle:
Bottom: G.


Vale; J Ogden; V


Perra,


chairman.


UNPICTURED SOPHOMORES -


Standing, left to right:


T. Ho; G
Allen; F D(
G, Hesters;
Allen D, H


Ds M
D Ho
oenke.


M S
Dovi
rned:


R. BIevins:
Took ey; S
son. Sitting:
B. Sties; R


row:


'

































Top, left to right:


ander; P


Bovsh


Andrew; B. Connard; N. Clarke;


amero
Z. Ale


W. Allen


rs; N. Bauchman;


I. Berg.


Allen; L. A
Middle: K.


rroyo;


H. Barker; P.


x; V. Bennett; B. Baus;


Beeby; T. Arias; J.
Clare; B. Campbe


Aleman; R. B
II. Bottom:


rown; B. Clark; F.


Arthin;


D. Abell; J. Bradley; A.


Booth; S.


Azcarrag


Barrett; J. Barr;


a; D. Brown;


B. Bruhn


Clinel


Ashton


Adkins;
L. Bate-


(anOf;


W. Boyett;


Blades;


D. Adams; D.


Brow


n; R. Bailey.


Top, left to right:


Eastman; P


Flatau


S. DeVo


M. D


eroa;


G. Castro; R. Chanis; M. Fanton;


rigan; D. Deslondes;
ningham.


R. Engle; R.


ownin


Z. Figue
F. Diaz;
Durling;


g;
lroc
G.


G. Frederick; R.
a. Middle: C. C
Ely; T. Durfee;
Dvke: K. DeGo


Dah
:hase;


II


ioff; G. En
C. Dimpfl;


. Canham.


dara; P.


Van der


C. Dorfman:


Bottom:


Ike; D.


C. Egg leston;


axton


R. Eisen;
P. Cor-


Eisenmann;


Top, left to


right: L


es; L. Lugo; L.


L. King;
cock; H


A. Haskell
Feenev: J


. Kidd; J. Ki
Hinkle; P. Nc
C. Kiamco; P
Hern: C. Hill


ntner;
orman


I)


PS


*









I

--e
-~"


CLASS OFFICERS-Left to right:


secretary; Carlos Kiamco,


John Morris, president;


Ann Haskell,


CLASS


vice-president.


SPONSORS-Mr.


and Miss


Mikuhch


Matthews


Top, left to right: T. Pena; M. Pena; M.
S. Morency; H. Meggers; Y. Middleton
ris; S. McKay; E. McNeil; L. Odenz;


Bottom:


A. Perez;


der; C. Pea


rson;


F. Leves;
B. McNam


Miller; M. S
; S. Snyder;
J. Moreno;


W. Livingston; W.
lee; G. O'Sullivan


mith


P. Morgan; H. Men
eihart; B. Parker.


R. Laou; L, Rey
r; A. O'Learv:


fiG
aS


Middle:
ncook;
sie: G.


Pierce; B.
J. Ortiz;
J. Malone


McKen


Moxwell;
V. Mould


Leves;


oSeS;


in; J, Mor
; 8. Perra
H. Loven


M. Nahrmad.


U~F -


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Juniors


Our junior year was hard, but


fun while we worked.


we had


Morris


elected our president; Carlos Kiamco,


president; and Ann Haskell,

Carol Dimpfl reigned ov
Starlight Christmas Formal,


secretary.


er our beautiful


which


one en-


tered by
bridge ir


crossing over a c
to a wonderland


erly-design.ed


of silver


stars


and little reindeer


CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE--


social event


of the junior and


Standing,
J. Kintner;
Fanton; A


left to right:
K. Davis; M.
. Wood; S.


S. Snyder;
Ward; M.
Booth; P.


senior classes


was the Junior-Senior Banquet


and Prom.


Blades; B. Clark; B. Boyett; M.


Wat-


Getting our


son; C. Dimpfl, chairman; E. Gerhart;


leggers;


H. n
Front,


Nahmad;
right: B.


Smith;


left to right:


H. Feeney.


Williams;


most wonderful


Clark.


realize that


D. Browne; M.
Back, left to


junior rings


events


at last


we


was one of the


of the


year.


are reaching


. our senior


A. O'Leary;


Eisenmann; A. Azcarraga.


BANQUET COMMITTEE-Back left to right: R. Eisen;

































SHOWCASE


CHAIRMEN-Left to


ncoo


M. Wolker


JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE-Top row,


left to right
chairman.


Odenz
M. W(


Davis;


Third row:


A. Hoskell.


:itson;


D. Browne


S. Morenc


Second: P. Flotou:


P. Voortmeyer.


Morgan; S. DeVore.


CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE-


orency,


oi rmI n;


Hinkle


-Left to right:
G Frederick.


JUNIOR-SENIOR
Top, left to right:


S. McKay,
man; 0.


L. Hinkle,
gerson: E.
T. Ashton;
nett; G. C


G. SigJ
Vestal,
chairman
Suarez,


L Bo ten


oCstro1


PROM


COMMITTEE


R. Dohlhoff; K


M. Gorc:
Kneeling:


i; J. Morris;
N4ot pictured:
On; J Beeby


T Durfee;
irt'p


V


eoans,
East-


C French;


K Abel ,
V, Bcn


W, Ferro,








rS


This passageway,


deserted


by the


"class


of '58,


may be cement and stone; but it holds memories of
four years of our lives that won't soon be forgotten.


Se



















The seniors last year to look at the Daily.


We hear that college composition will be
even harder than this!



































Top, left to right:


D. Randel; M. Hazera; C. Douglas;


W. Halvosa;


P. Bennett; S. Clemmons; J. Grubbs; F. Harley; E. Burch; J.


C. Laatz; M. Crook; L. Beckley.


Fourth row: J. Esslinger


Chase;


P. Delegado;
J. Cordovez;


E. Cunningham;


G. Alexander; 1
C. Toothman; B.


R. Kielhofer;


A. Nahmad;


Estenoz;
Bateman;
J. Cosca;


Curtis; F. Andrew;


W. Fullman; E.


Chism


; W. Le Blanc; R. Duran;


V. Avila


; E. Ameglio;


S. Johansson; E.


Errhalt;


G. Barbier; R.


Eggleston;


F. Dube;


Libert.


Third


row: C. Herr;


E. Kaan; J.


Eglinton;


H. Adams;


J. Fuller; H.


R. Kessler;


L. Mastellari;


C. Cambra;


S. Aliponga; R. Casira; J. Entebi; E. Folse;


S. Sitton;


N. Hughes; J. Dimpfl; L. Burillo; E. Bailey; F.


Townsend. Second row:


B. Calvo; A.


Garay;


C. Covington; M.


over;


C. Jackson; B.


Bishop; D.


Hutchison


; S. Fawcett; D. Jones; E. Damerau; B. Betz-Mykland; J. Barnes;


1. Dew;


Dunn;


A. Frangioni;


R. Gandy;


M. Hunyadi; M. Dew; B.


Crowe.


Bottom row:


S. Sasso;


S. Canas;


F. Padua; L. Breeding;


R. Head; P. Cunningham;


R. Berman; M.


Greene;


M. Reimann; A. de la Lastra; R. Curro;


S. Dunning; D.


Chan; D. Aydelkop; J.


Garcia;


S. Farbman; M. Jordan; D. Young; M. Ortiz; F. Bauchman.


Victor

Dora

Raul I

Paul I
Rsrnir


Avila


Sheila

Sabra


Adyelkop


Barbara

iennett


Rochelle


Mary


. Ret-.MTAuLnnrI


IFm mr


Farbman

Fawcett


Head


Hebert
KVriin






Class


Top, left to right:


Soxon;
Nunez;


Reece;


Trower; B.


R. Boggs;


C. McGriff; R.


; F. Miller; L. Siegel;


D. Tote; R. Million; E. Sharpe.


Hoyden; N.


Pedersen;


C. Meggers;


G. Wale


Fourth


row: M


T, McKeo


oano;
Smith


wn; B. Priest;


Wommack
Sikorski;
E. Madu


Moore;
Wong,


ro; W. Svoab


D. Ryter;


J. Lawler.


Third row:


V. Quiros;


I, Lon


more;


M. Vivas;


G. Slice;


H. Wakefield;


S. Purd


mond; F. Skinner; B.


Second row:


Rodaniche;


Sander;


G. Medina;


A. Rentz;


D. Rogers; S. Schneider; J. Ricks; B


M. Moreno;


J Livingston;


Bottom row: P. Lorrinogo; N.


D. Miller;
Preston;


M. Smith; J. Tribe; N.


Raybourne; M,


Vorelo;


C. Mastellari; R,


C. Zirkman;
Therrell; J.


Mognuson;


Valentine;


S. Metheny;


Zardon;


B. Spencer;


S, Nelson;


D. Rose;


M/cCullough;


M. Smith; F.


M Trost


A. Schmidt;


K. Mon


Paige; L.


('govt
Peorl,


Word;


D. Stringer;


L. Parsons; M.


Starr;


G. McCullough; M.


Lavallee;


S. Moble; A.


Luddy;


E Olave; C,


Lipszyc; E. Maduro.


Frank Miller


Ryter


Albert

Sandra

Frances


Nahmad


Robert Sikorski


Nelson

Paige


Sam Sitton


Janet


Tribe


* a s -


Ias









The


Class


lfluii


CLASS
Hebert,
tary; R


OFFICERS-Left


president;


aul Barb


We're


Eileen


Damerau,


Mary
secre-


ara, vice-president.


seniors now, but not for long.


, ALL our high school


will be memories.


Would you like to relive your high


We're


school days?


the freshman class of Balboa High!


high school at last.


an you take it?


Only freshmen,


we can choose our own officers.


Don Ryter,


Terry Corrigan,


and Mary Hebert are elected to lead us through our


first year in high school.


Soon the first high school dance is here.


Aren't
to go!


we excited?


Christmas vacation


only these freshman boys would ask the girls


here; but


let's not be too elated:


first semester exams!


we passed them.


The year flies


Soon


it's May and exams again!


Freshmen again?


we made it!


now.


~alhta


gh


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There's only
sophomores! Loc
again, and we
and Amy Luddy.


one recompense
ok how little those


for summer's
freshmen s


experienced voters elect


we hear


time for fun in our last


being


eeml


I over.
Elections


Terry Corrigan,


We're
come


Don Ryter,


is to work hard in order to have


years.


some


us feel,


"We're


s


more
;opho-


mores


now;


we'll have fun NOW!"


Oh, but


we don't know what's


ahead of u
Summe
important


do we?


r comes c
as being


nd summer


goes.


upperclassmen!


We're
We're


niors.


almost


But that's not


as good


as the


we vote David Tate, At Nahmad, and Joan Dimpfl


seniors
to lead


The big moments that


Senior
Final e


Banquet and Prom.


,xams,


and summer


ve look forward to this
And we have a wor
s ours again. This rout


ore the Junior-


nderful time at both!
ine would be getting


monotonous if


we didn't dream of being


seniors


next year!


This is itll! We are SENIORS!!


MIGHTY SENIORS!!!


uniors look small
Mary Hebert,


whom


now.


Raul Barbara, and Eileen


Damerau


ore the leaders


we choose this year


CLASS


SPONSORS-Mr


B. Ward; Miss Mary


Brigham.


We see our last high school football


to yell for our team!


games


The end of the first


SIX-W


season.


eeks finds


The last
us in the


counsel


office finding out if


we have enough credits to make it


or not. Since


we find out that


we might,


we are encouraged to go


At last the day


arrives


for the


senior


pictures;


we get


gowns.


But after Christmas vacation


we have to bring them back.


Isn't that terrible?


The Valentine


Formal


the big


dance this


have a "ball,


we are not certain if


we really


want


to leave school or not.
Next on the school


roster


are the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom.


Just imagine, the lost times


that our Class of


will be together


S. dance.


we as eager


to get out


of school,


now that all that


left is


graduation?


We are excited, yet really sad down deep inside.
























CO-ORDINATING


COMMITTEE-Seated, left to


Adams;


Zirkman.


A. Nahmad.


Standing: C
Not Pictured:


. Tate; E
D. Ryter;


Kaan;


ennett


rower.


VALENTINE FORMAL-Top row: B. Hal


son; A. Luddy;
Therrell: E. Da


VOSO;


C. Wommack. Bottom row:


merau; M. Starr.


Not


chairman; R. Million; D. Randel; L. Pa


A. Rentz


asso;


pictured:
rsons; B.


S. Johans-
:. Herr; N.


G. McCullough,
Crowe.


GROUP PICTURE COMMITTEE-Top, left to


right:
Gand


Garay;


E. Olave; J.


Garcia;


Bottom: S. Dunning; L. Raymond.


INDIVIDUAL


SENIOR PICTURE


H. Wakefield


Skinn


COMMITTEE-Left to
er; F. Bauchman; J.


Nelson


airman.


Not Pictured:


B, Si-


korski.


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SENIOR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE-Standing, left to right:


allee; S,
D. Moor


Purdy;
e: G. Bi


J. Dunn; J. Eglinton, c


Barbara; T


hairm


L Burillo.


rrigan. Unpictured:


M. Lov-
Seated:


Poige.


CAP AND


O. N


man;


GOWN COMMITTEE-Standing left to


unez;


McCullough; D. Ayde


L. Papazian;


pencer,


Ikop, choir-


4
,,"II
li1

CARDS


ANNOUNCEMENTS


MITTEE--Standing, left to right:


Kneeling:


D. Rose.


A. De La Lastro.


oirmon;


Bottom: R.


D. Ch


Head; L.
: N. Ravb


COM-
tringer;
Ward


OUrnie.


SENIOR
to right:


COMMITTEE-Standing,


M. Hunyadi;


M. Smith;


D. Miller;


ovington


erau;


; L Mastellari.


Farbman


Bottom: E, Dam-


SENIOR


RING


, chairman; F. Miller.


COMMITTEE-Left


Mable


~M.C


on~ver,


to right: B.
Not pictred:


Rodonich
M. Moon


'a


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behind


VICTOR H. AVILA
"Vic"
Panama, R. de P.


"Quiet


Camera
Sock & Bu
American
Vice-Pres.


losion/'


Sock &
4; Sing
Chorus
Sec., Li
Intra.


Buskin 4; Co-ordinating Comm.
ling Valentines 4; Chorus 1,2,4;
Sec. 4; Glee Club 4; Glee Club
ib. 4; BkB Intra. 2,3,4; Bowling
3,4; SB 2; VB Intro. 1,2,3,4;


Jr.-Sr. Pro
Usher 3;


Amer. I
1,2, Vi
Nations


and shy,


a guy.


Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 4;
skin 4; French Club 3,4; Pan
Club 1,2; Pan American Club
3, Pres. 4; Chrman. Pan


'c-P


Assembly
res. 3,


Clul


Parrakeet Ad
Ad Sellers


b 3,4;
Sellers
3; Choi


4; Spanish


Pres. 4; United
Parrakeet 2,3,4;
2; Mgr. Parrakeet
rus 1,2; "Seven-


teenth Summer" 2; "Mrs. M
Usher Guard 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Pror
val Dance 1,2,3,4, Chrman.
tographer 3,4; SFC. 3, R.O.T


DORA AYDELKOP
"Dori"
Panama, R. de P.


"He lives


Co.nera


at ease


Club


Photography
3,4; Bowling
Honor Guard
State 3; R.O.


with all mankind '


rnen s


Club 3,4;


S.A. Alt. 2; BB
Drill Team 3;
Team 2; Boys*


"Her


FNA 4; Library
2,3,4; Spanish
Nations Club


Intra. 1


; VB


Chrman. 4;
Awards Day
ing Dragon"


ways


are ways


; Pan American


Club
3,4; Ch<


Intra. 1;
Carnival


Co
3;


2,3,4; United
orus 1,2; BkB
Cap & Gown
Dance 3,4;


mm. 4; "The
Math Club 1,2.


'-S4J


GARY ALEXANDER
"Sputnick"


Memphis, I


"Friendly


Glee Club 3
County High
Rooter Club 1


ennessee


ELAINE BAILEY
Pensacola, Florida


iy with a great big
smile."


I; BkB 1,2,3
School: "F"
,2,3.


"Peace


,4; Fayette
Club 3,4;


and quietness


valued


are the


possessions."


Clinic Assist. 2; Office
Sr. Banquet 3.


RAUL F. BARBARA


ucson,


Arizona


SELSO E, ALIPONGA
"Baby"


Ancon,


is not life


Canal


at all without


delight."
Club 3; Spanish
4; R.O.T.C. PVT.
2,3,4; Band 3; I
of July Comm.


"Every


inch a king;
a ruler."


Lettermen's Club 2,3.4;
Quill & Scroll 4; Get-Act
4; Visitor's Day Comm.
2,3,4; BkB Intra. 3; Sw
3,4; Track 2,3,4; Track
R.O.T.C. PFC., 2; Junio


3; Sr. Activity


4.


School T.'
Parrakeet


4; Class


Program
Ed. 4.


every

NS.P
luainte
4; FB
'immin
Sntr(


'.A. 3,4;
rd Dance
3,4; BkB
ig Intra.
a. 2,3,4;


r Ring Comm.
s Vice-Pres. 4;


4; Boys'


GEORGE H. BARBER


Ancon, Canal


Zone


"A lot


of work on


nil tin.


d a little


e more
rAnfrv s


HELEN A. ADAMS
"Howl"
Panama, R. de P.


"'Her wit is the spark


every


m 3; Jr.-Sr. Ba
School T.V.
of Christ" 4;


nquet 3; Grad.
Program 4;
Girls' State 3.


cThing" 4;
n 3; Carni-
3,4; Pho-
.C.


HENRY ADAMS
Ancon, Canal Zone


3; Letter
Club 3;
Intra. 4;
2; Rifle
T.C. PVT.


pleasantness."


Wander-


most


Assist.


Pan American
Usher Guard
y Oficios: VB
BkB 2; Fourth


State 3;


wift n r f


r


Club


It











ROSEMARY BERMAN
"Flor"
Panama, R. de P.


ighs and o ve her
through life."


JOANN BARNES
Arubo, Nethrlonds West Indies


'A8lways


o spar


Sock &
Americoa
United


kIe in her face and


learn in her


Club 2,3; Library 4
rt. 1; BkB Intra.
. 3: SB 1: VB


Show 2.


1; Office
Bowling
St,23,4;


>"Finion's


buthin


1,2~3,4;


I Club 3,4; Spanish
Nations Club 2;


Rainbow"


3; "Pullmon Car
fore the Corrido"
"My Client Curley'


4; Jr,-Sr, Banquet
3; Dramotics Usher
Comm, 4.


FNA 1; Pan


Chorus


Moke4,up


HiowothL"
Make-up C


Comm.
2; s
omm. 3:


"Mrs McThing"
Carnival Dance
2.3,4; Showcase


'1 #1
'W


BRUCE BATEMAN, JR.
"Bate"1


Ancon, Canal


"I tackle
Lettermen'i
Dance 3;
2,3; Track
Show 2,4.


le


oas they


Zone


ColmeS'


BERNICE BETZ-MYKLAND

Colon, Panama


*'Brain~


Sock & 8B
Thespions


S:


s Club 1.2.3,4; Football
Band 1.2,3; FB 1,2,3,4; BB
3; Carnival Dance 3; Talent


Parrokee
Chorus
Rood" 1


and personality


th a winning
skin 1,2,3,4;
4; Pep Club


t 4; Sinngir
1,2,3,4; "The
: "Why I Am


"Storwogonn"
mer" 3; Mrs.
Announcements
Grad. Usher 3.


topped


smile/"
N.,HS. 4; Natl,
1; N.SoP.A, 4;
Valentines 4;
Dust of the
a Bachelor" 1:


2; "'Sevelrntnn


McThing"
4; Dromot


4; Cords &
ics Usher 3;


N~


FLORENCE BAUCHMAN
losesi"
Panama, R. do P.


little, but


Pep Club 2,4;
Chorus t,2,3;
Fashion Show


so is dynamite.


Zonian
mnd.


BARBARA ANN BISHOP
"Bobbie"
Bronx, New York


"Sincerity


Busi. Stafl 4;
Sr, Pictures 4


is a charm


Club 2; Office


Assist.


Intro. 2; Bowling


Showcase


Comm.


II its own."
2,3; Chorus
Intro. 3; VB
4.


LAWSON BECKLEY
Brooklyn, New York


'"t is better


RALPH BOGGS
Wellsboro, Pennsylvania


"Silently


Io be brief than


tedioaut""


2,3; Boys' State 3;


Awards Ba
Teom 1,2;
M/SGT.;
Comm. 4;
1; Orchest


lII


eloquent?"


3; Color Guard 2,3; Drill
Honor Guord 2; RO.T.C,


Rifle Team 1,2; Sr.
Cristobot High School
ra 1; Stage Cons. Com


1m


Intro
Fash


ion


i


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HUMBERTO BRID
"Sombrero"
Panama, R. de P.
"I am sure worry is


Spanish C
1,2,3; BkB


I


Swimming
Water Polt
Game Ushe


SONIA ANA CANAS


on enemy to


"Little,


Sock &
Club 1,2
1,2,3,4; '
"Before
3; Corni
2,3,4; Gr


likeable, and la


Buskin 1,2,3,4; Pan
!,3,4; Pep Club 1,
'Sunday Costs Five
the Corrida" 3; Jr
val Dance 3; Dr


rod.


3; Showcase


Tangiers
ih-loving."
American
,2; Chorus
Pesos" 1;
.-Sr. Prom
3m. Usher


Chrman,


EUGENE BURCH
"Lightning"


Ft. Benning,
"A man who


Georgia
blushes


one who turns


Lettermen's


CI


Rep. 3; FB 3,
Track 3,4; R.C
Prom 3; Sr.
School: Latin
League 1.


RICARDO A. GASIRA
"Tingo"
Panama, R. de P.


is better
pale."


ub 3,4; FB Dance 4; S
4B 4BkB 4; BkB Intro.


'S.C.


, 2nd LT. 4;
4; Columbus


High


Jr. Classical


men may


go, but I gc
Pan American Cl
BkB 1; BkB Intra.


come and


o on


men may


forever,"


ub 4; FB Intra.
1.2: Bowlina In


SB
0


LUISA MARIA BURILLO
"Luchita"
Panama, R. de P.


"Leave


silence


to the saints;


I am but human."


Club 3; Sock


Treas. 4; French
Library Pres. 2


Treas. 4;


ish Clu
2,3,4; A
4; S.A.


C


Pan Amer


1,2; United
sembly Comm.
Rep. 4; Chor


Carnival


tI


& Buskin


Nations


Queen


Club


3; Drives Club
Is 2,4; "Star-


wagon" 2; "Pinion's Rainbow" 2; "Pull-
man Car Hiawatha" 2; "Seventeenth


Summer" 3; "Before
"My Client Curley" 3;
4: "Tooth or Shave"


Carnival Do
Marshall 3;
vaol Court 2
semblies 3:


e Corrida" 3;
Mrs. McThing"


vity 4;
Grad.
Carni-


2; Sr. Acti


DOLLY ELSIE CHAN


Chitre, R. de P.


"A quiet
more tha


girl of standing worth is
n all the gold on earth."


French Club 3; FNA 2, Sec. 3, Pres.
NHS 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Unit


Nations 3,
3; Parrakeet


Comm. 4
Ann. 4;
3,4; Pan


Vice-Pres. 4;
3; S.A. Alt.


4; Bowling Intra.
Carnival Dance
American Club


Chem.


2; Assembly
2; Cards &
3; Showcase
1,2,3,4.


BLANCA E. CALVO
"Mami"
Panama, R. de P.


"A heart
Astronomy Cl
1,2,3,4; French
4; Library Clu
1,2,3,4; Spani


Nations


3,


Sec


sembly Comm. 3;
Road" 1; "Down


"Londonderry
"Finion's Rai


Summer"
"Before


Comm.


Air"
nbow'


as go


Sock & Buskin
F.N.A. 2,3, Sec.
American Club


sh Club 1,2,3,4;
:. 4; Clinic Assist,


"The Dust of the
in the Valley" 1;
I; "Starwagon" 2;
' 2; "Seventeenth


"The Lowland


Sea" 3;


"Mrs. Mc-
3; Fashion
Showcase


JOHN P. CHASE
"Johnny"
Ancon, Canal Zone


"Never


a dull


moment


when


John's around."


Train Comm.
een Dance
Team 2,3,4; I


i 3; Hallow-
it LT.; Rifle
Showcase 3.


jb 3; Band 3,4; Orchestra
Intro. 2; Bowling Intra. 2;
1; SB 1; Ping Pong 1,2;
o 1,2; Drill Team 2,3,4;
r 1; SFC 4, R.O.T.C.


4; Swimming Intra. 1,2; <
Pong 1,2,3,4, Water Pol
Team 3,4; R.O.T.C. SFC.; I
2; Game Usher 1; Spanish


Astronomy


lub 3; F.N.A. 2,3,4;
Natl. Thespians 3,
ican Sec. 3,4; Span-


ance Comm. 2,3,4;
Talent Show 2,3,4;
,3; Pan-American D


as good


ub 1; ,
Club 3;
b 1; Pan


the Corrido" 3;
; Carnival Dance
Grad. Usher 3,


4; Drill Tearm
3; R.O.T.C. I1
Boys' State 3;


ug


- ,


ib
iSs


w



















FREDERIC STUART CLEMMONS
"Stu"
Colon, R de P.


"Another


,pictmen~


of contented


latlia~lc han,
Track 1,4; ROltOI src.


CAROLYN COVINGTON
"Sister"
Ancon, Canal Zone


"A good


i urhn


Pep Club 3, Pren. 4;
Train Comm. 4; BkB
ing Intro. 3,4; VB Ii
4; Anaheim Union H
Club 2; Spanish Clu|


rrn thc


Office Assist. 3,4;
Intro, 3,4; Sowl.
ntra. 3,4; Sr. Gift
ligh School Bible
b 2; Drill Team 2.


MAXINE CAROL CONOVER
"Max"


MICHAEL HERSH CROOK


Panama, R. de P.
'Pep, punch and


Moth Club 2;
4; Counselors
1,2,3; Drives
Sr. Ring 4;
Usher 3.


Pep Club
' Assist.
4; Chorus
Bacc. U


personality.


4;


Science


Club


1; Office Assist.
4; Showcase 3;
sher 3; Grad.


Ancon, Canal Zone


"A heart of gold


enCased


8n a


of steel "


Lettermen's
ougurol Ba
Capt. 4;
PVT. 2.


Club 4; FB Doi
all 3; Chorus 1
Water Polo 2,3,4


I 4; In-
FB 2,3,
R.O.T.C.


JULIO E. CORDOVEZ M.
"Jules"
Panama, R. de P.


"He Ihat has o g
heart has the
cheering


Pan American
3,4; Chorus L;
Bowling Intro.


ooa ana a merry
world for a
section/'


Club 3,4; Spanish Club
BB 4; BkB Intro. 1,4;
Copt. 2,4.


"Those


BETTY GWYNN CROWE
"Gwyn"
La Grange, Kentucky
who know her smile know


o perfect
Sock & Buskin 2,3;
Pep Club 2; Spanish
boll Dance Queen


Dance 2; Visitor


2-
Bol
Spc
Coa


s


"Seventeenth S
1 4; Halloween
fns. CAPT.; Sca
url 3: Valentine


thing."
oNat. Thespions 3,4;
3; S.A. Alt. 4; Foot.
4; Get-Acquainted


Day 3;
umnmer
Done
die Ho
Formal


"Starwogon"
" 3; Awards
4; R.O.T.C
wkins Dance
4; Jr. Ring 3.


Si


TERENCE P. CORRIGAN
"T, C."
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Man is what makes war


envy


each other."


Lettermen is
Get-Acquain


Visitors


Club 3,4;
ted Dance


S.A.
2; S,


Day 4; Welfare


FB 3,4; Track 3,4; V
Awards Ball 3; R.O.T.C.


Soph. Fr
4; Class


Jr. Ring
2; Class


aoter


Alt. 1,2,3;
A. Rep. 4;


Comm.


Polo I;


Ist IT., Frosh-
3; Sr. Activity
Vice.Pres. 1.I


EDWARD RUSSEL CUNNINGHAM
P"Ed"
Panaoma, R. de P.


'"Time


is but the


4; FB 3;
4; Track
3.


Bowling


stream


2: R.O T.LC


Intrao 3: Swim


PFC; J.f-Sr.


-^C


I `~tt


u'







JOAN DIMPFL
"P. j."


Colon, Canal


"She's


pretty


to walk with,


to talk with, and pleasing to
think on, too."


ROSE MARIE CURRO
"Rosie"
Greenville, Mississippi


"There's sunshine


in that smile


of hers."


hC


N.H.S
Sec.
1,2;
Ball
Visito


3; Awards Ball
R.O.T.C. Span.
Formal Court


Valentine


Comm. 4;
,ol: Glee


2, Showcase
play Comm.


Form<


4; Halloween
Capt. 4;
3; Freshman
al Court 3; 5


Comm.
2; Girls'


h Club 1,
S.A. Alt.
Inaugural
Sales 4;
VB Intrao.
Dance 4;
Christmas


Picnic
r. Gift


indow C
Senator


'If fame
I


is onl


JERRY CURTIS
"Curt"
Ft. Worth, Texas
come after death,


am in no hurry for it."


Chess Club 1; F.T.A. 1,2; Football
Dance 3; FB 3; BB 4; Track 4; Track
Intra. 3; Drill Team 2; R.O.T.C. SGT.;


Carnival


Dance


Whitihaoven High
Track 1.


School:


Show 2,4;
FB 1; BB I;


CHARLES BUFORD DOUGLAS
"Chuck"


Nashville,
"When tf
ready;


1/


FB
Rifl
R.O


Tennessee


here's


fun, he's always


but for dates
his steady."


his bike's


O.T.C.
High


CORP.;
School:


EILEEN DAMERAU
"Leeny"
Panama, R. de P.


is the luckiest


heart of all."
Club 1,2; Sock


C


Astronomy


French
ish Clu


S.A. Alt. 3;
Chorus 1,2,3,4;
in the Valley"


4;


Talented; N.H.S.
ing of Christ" 4


& Buskin


lub 1,2; Span-
Ad Sellers 3;


FREDERICK B. DUBE
"Fred"


Ancon, Canal


Zone


"The man worth while


"The Com-


Chorus


is the


man


who can smile "


1; R.O.T.C.


Usher Guard 3.


SFC. 3;


Rifle Team


JACQUELINE L. DUNN
"Jackie"
Panama R. de P.


"She majors


LAURA JOY DEW
"Voo Poo"
Oakland Park, Florida
o gift of laughter, and


a sense that the


Formal


3; Fresh,


)rld is mad."
Ad Sellers


men and


on their honor rc


Pep Club 1,2
4; Parrakeet


Football


:; Office


Dan


Band 1,2,3;
Intra. 2,3,4;
Intra. 3; VB
Summer" 3;
Awards Ball


1; Ticket Sales 4;
tra. 3,4; Bowling
2,3,4; Christmas
Picnic 1; Sadie


'ep


R.O.T.C.
Formal


Dance


Assis


Ad Sellers
ce 3,4; Tick


BkB Intra.
Swimming 3
Intra. 1,2;
"My Client


Sponsor


Chrman.,


2; Sr.


3,4; Dramatics
3; Girls' State
Will & Test. 4;


Acti


Halloween


MAJ.;


ranks high

t. 3; N.S.P.A.
3; Zonian 4;
ket Sales 4;
1,3; Bowling
3; Swimming
" Seventeenth
Curley" 3;


Dance 4;
Christmas


3; Sadie Hawkins
vity 4; Cheerleader


Usher 3; Grad. U
3; Flag Twirlers 2;
Miss Mistletoe 3.


Zone


Pep Club 4;
Choctawhatch
Club 1,2,3.


Cop & Gown
ee High Soc


i. 3,4; Pep Club 1; Mat
2; Chemistry Assist. 3;
Exchange Comm. 4;
4; S.A. Sec. 4; Ticket
air's Day 4; BkB Intro. 3;


Class Sec. 3; Showcase Comm. Chrman.


oppy


heart


2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; R,
e Team 1; Cristobal


.T.C.


Club 3; Library
pb 1; Parrakeet


Singing Valentines 4;
Glee Club 1,3,4; "Down
1; "The Lowland Sea"


Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Valentine Formal 4;
ass Secretary 4; School T.V. Program
Talent Show 1; Girls' State 3, Most


Usher 3;


"Born


N.S.P.A.
Zonian


4; Parrakeet


S.A. Alt.


Band 1,2,3,4; BkB In
Intro. 4; VB Intra.


Hawkins Dance 2; Orchestra 3; I
Band 1,2; Sr. Co-ordinating Comm.
R.OT.C, Office Assist. 4.


e


S














RICARDO J. DURAN
"Dicky"
Panam9a, R. de P.


es it comes and


JOEL CROWLEY ESSLINGER
"Ess"
Ancon, Canal Zone


Spanish Clut
AIr. 1; S.A.


tra 2;


Swiml
2,3,4,
2.3,4,
2; Sht


b 1; Sock & Buskin 1; S.A.
Rep. 2; Bond 1,2; Orches-
ming Intra, 1; Drill Team
; Firng Squad 3,4; Honor
; RO.TC, 2nd LT.; Usher
owcase Comm. 3.


und3 loysl,


Astronomy 2,3 St
Pra, 4; Orchestra


2,3.4; R O.T.C. CPL


It


who is


Club 2.3, Vice
I; Honor Guard


-A'


ROBERT EUGENE EGGLESTON
ABob"
Ancon, Canal Zone


were glad


a fellow


R.O.TC.


we mer for


we won't forget."


SFC.; Boys'


State 3.


t

*-
.
.*
* *-.
* *
I *
* ,. *i.|-- -
Ii


LUIS ESTENOZ M.
"Lucho"
Panama, R. de P.


"A star


Spanish


whose


tlaenbr


Club 3; Usher Club 2; Track


3; Usher Guard 2.


SHEILA ANNE FARBMAN


Panama


, R. de P.


JEANETTE MARIE EGLINTON
"Ettenaej"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"One of the best things to have up


sleeve


dqm


"Her friends
Her foes


Sock &
N.H.S,
Americt


B
4;
In


mentario
Spanish
Zonian A


is a funny bone."


Discussion & Debate 4; Sock & Buskin
2,3,4; Lib. Club 3; Pep Club 1; Lib.


; N.S.P.A.


4; Porrokeet


Ad Sellers 3; Chorus
Iroa 3; "Slorwogona 2; "


Lowland Sea" 3; "Before the
3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3- Sr. Activity
Usher 3; Talent Show 4; N.H.S.


Corridor"
4; Grad,
Usher 2.


ougural
Soles C
Chorus
Intra. 2;
Volley"


there


land Sea" 3; "Before


are many


are there any?"


luskrn 1,2,3,4; French Club 3;
; Nai Thespians 2,3,4; Pan
Club 1,2, Treas. 3, Portia"
n 4; United Nations Club 2,3;
1,2,3,4; Counselors Assist, 2;
.d Sellers 2; Exchange 4; ln-
Ball 4; S.A. Soc. 4; Ticket


"hrmon.
I; 8kB
VB Intro


1; "Londonderry


"Storwogon"
"Seventeenth


"Mrs. Mc
Chrman,


Dance 2,3; Dram. Ushei
2,3,4; Showcase Comm
Park Jr, High: Student
Handbook Comm.


4; Visitort s D
Intro. 1,2; B
i. 12,3; "Down


ay 4;
bowling
in the


3; "The Low-


Thing" 4; Sr. Gift Comm.
4; Bacc, Usher 3: Carnival


, I,

Cots


Chrmon,
; Kinlock
ncil Rep.;


JOSE ENTEBI
"Chito"
Colon, R. de P.


"One who


never turned


but marched
R,O,TC.,


his back


ever forward."


SGT.; Usher


SABRA FAYE FAWCETT
"Sabi"
Birmingham, Alabama


'"loves


w ro
Sock & Buskin


Usher 3; Sr. Sho
son High School:


Guard


trusts a o and does
1n to none,"


3,4; Chorus


watse I
4-Teen


Comm
Chaor


3; Grad.
. 4; Wil.
us.


FnlWARrn ira1


""Takeas


"A fellow


your


Assist, 3
Parrakeet


Bowling inl


2; "Finion's Roinbow


. .


Summer""


the Carrido""


I


~-
f


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ANDREA PEYTON FRANGIONI
"Andy"


Ancon, Canal


Zone


JULIETA GARCIA L.
"Julietita"
Los Angeles, California


"If he


were a finer


wouldn't


C. SGT.
4; Golf
State 3.


fellow,


"T'was


her thinking


be human."


4; BkB Intra. 4; Bowling
Intro. 4; Track Intra. 4;


Sock & Buskin 4


4; Chorus
Sr. Group
maculada:


of others that


think of her'"
; Pan American


4; Cap & G
Pic. Comm.


Literary


01


Club


wn Comm. 4;
4; Maria In-


Assembly


JUDITH ANN FULLER
"Judy"


San Francisco,


MADELIENE MARIE GREENE


"Hove


California


"Outward quietness,
sparkle.


Band 1,2,3,4;


Orchestra


Dust of the Road"


Five Pesos" 2;
2; "Mrs, McTh


"Why


inward


a 2,3,4;
"Sunday


Am a Bachelor"


& Buskin


Panama, R. de P.
u ever seen a dream
walking?"


; FTA


1,2; Pep Club 2; Lib.
Hawkins Dance 2; S5


emy: Sports


Club 3;


SI1; Library Club
Assist. 1,2; Sadie


sacred


Nur


VB Intrao. 3; SB Intra. 3;
Dance Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom


Heart Acad-
ses Club 3;


Carnival
Comm. 3.


I a~


JUDSON B. GRUBBS
"Jud"


WILLIAM G. PULLMAN


"Bill"
Ancon, Canal
"Silence is a


Fort Benning,


"A tall bod


Zone


becoming


young


ornament


man."


Chorus


gigantic h
BkB 1; Drill Team


Dance


4; Honor Guard


MAJ. 4; Christmas
Clintion High School:


Georgia


room for a
rt."
,3; Halloween
2,3; R.O.T.C.
irmal 3; Port
sectionn Club 1.


RUTH ANGELA GANDY
"Ruthi"


Ancon, Canal
"We have
friendlier


FNA 4; Pep


CI


4; Welfare Con
Intro. 1; VB Ir
3; Sr. Group
Twirlers 2.


Zone
a way of spelling
less: R-U-T-H."
ub 1,2,3; Clinic Assist.
nm. 3; Chorus 1,2; 8kB
itra. 1; Jr.-Sr. Banquet
Pic. Comm. 4; Flag


CAROLYN E. HACKETT
"Karol"
Colon, R. de P.


"She's


little; she's


terror for


she's a


her size."


3; Clinic Assist.


2,3; Fashion


K->


E:E







CHARLOTTE ANNE HERR


AncOn,
Iriendi>


hke her


Canal


Zone


and Ltnd.
youIii


never finrd


is. and wslhn9


tobhe


Club 3,4; Porrakeet
1,23,4: Bowling Intro.
S3,4.


Sock & Buskin 3:;
4; Zonian Ad Seller
4; Chorus I; BkB 1
1,2,3,4; owing Int


Hockey Intro
Swimming Ir
"Sevenlennth
Corridoa 3;
Christlmoi Fo
2; Volentine


Dec. Chrmoan


BkB All


Star 2,3,4
1L2,3.4;4


rmol


fro. I


A. 1,2,3, Pres.
Inaugural Boll
,4; 8kB Intrao


1,23,4; Field
SB u12,3,4;
no. 1+2,3.4;
"Before the
Curley" 3;


3; Frosh-Soph.


Formal


IA, Donce
Usher 3;
Star 1; VB
3; Girls'


Sowlng


*t4C


NANCY CLAIRE HUGHES
"Nance"


RICHARD HAYDEN


Ancon, Canal


Zone


"'Silcne


Ancon


Canal


is more musical than any


"His smile makes I
pleasant+?


Arsisls


a0
S(


1; BB
CORP.;
vley Hi
,ccer 1.


3; SB 3;
Sodie
gh Schc


more


VB Intro


Discussion & D
Club I; Office


Club 1
Fashion
School
Comm.


debate


; Cop & Gown Comm.


3; FTA 1; Pep


2.3,4; Usher


Usher 1;
Showcase


MICHAEL HAZERA
"Bomba"
Ancon, Canal Zone


MATTHEW G. HUNYADI
"Matt"
Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary


"Nature


creates


ond fortune


secret


success


is constancy


it into play."
SB 1; Water Polo
3: R.O.T.C. COR.


of purpose."
i 1,2; Swimming


1,?; Ping


OUIDA ROCHELLE HEAD
"Shellie"


South Carolina


"The price


Sock &
N.S,P.A.
4; Quill


Buskir


of wisdom
rubies,"
n 1: FNA


3,4; Porra
& Scroll 4,


& Announcements


T.V. Program
3; Showcase (


keelt


-C


PAUL HARRIS HURST


is above


2; FTA 2,3;
. Assoc, Ed.


Zone


nothing


men."


FB Intra. 1,2;
ntroa 4; Traock
R.O.T.C. SrFC.


world knows


greatest


Porrakeet
BkB Intra
Intro. I;
Usher Gu


Ad Sellers


'. 2;
Drill
ard 2


Bowling
Team 3;


MARY HOLLY HEBERT
Panama, R. de P.


to the world the best that
have, and the best *w4 come


ntir~ In tti~ -a -


r
*F '


onothret


FREDERICK WILLIAM HARLEY
"Shorty"
Colon, R. de P.


Sellers 3
Bowling


i, b. 12,3;
l'ro, I; VB Ii
Summer" 3;
'My Client


4; GA
Grad.
BI All


Office


3; R.O,.TC.
Donce 3; H
SB 1; BB 1;


Zone


Show 1,2,4; Game
T.V. Program 4;
; N.H.S. Usher 1.


.-3


Conway,


a


; Chorus 3.4; Cards
4; Grad. Usher 3;


Ancon, Canal


4; Chemr
rmm, 3.


IAJ


I


frcrlir


Asrid.


ool:


nnru rn cinil


A mlV












RAYMOND KESSLER
"Ray"
San Diego, California


CHARLES JACKSON
"Tom"
Panama, R. de P.


"What is man


mixture
Track 3,4;
Banquet 3; J


but a w


of devil and


R.O.T.C.
Jr. Var.


wonderful
saint,"


CPL. 2,3;


L. X
.

WL.


his troubles


sits on


the lid,


Band 1,2,3; Or
Rainbow" 2; "Pul
2; Usher Guard


Talent
School:
Variety
School:


Show 2;
Dance Ba


and lo


ch. 1,2,3;


I 2; R.O.T.C. PVT.;
Math Club 2; Aptos
nd 1; Talent Show 1;


in a trunk,


hs/'
"Finian's


Car Hiawathan"


Show 1; San Mateo
Glee Club 3.


SYLVIA EVELYN JOHANSSON
"Hecate"
"The mildest manner and the


gentlest


Sock & Bu
I Am a
Summer" 3


tine Formal
Showcase Co
T.V. Program


heart."


skin 1,3,4; Chorus 1; "Why
Bachelor" 2; "Seventeenth
I; "Mrs. McThing" 4; Volen-


4; Grad. Marshall 3;
im. 3; Usher 3; School


4.


CESAR AUGUSTO KIAMGO D.
"Quimico"
Panama, R. de P.


"A mind filled with k


one that


knowledge


never fails."


R.O.T.C.


DONA M. JONES
"Doni"
Colon, R. de P.


"Alwa


ys on the


go-in


of fun."


G.A.A.


Cli


Christ"
Program
3; Girls'


3,4; Drives 4;
Iorus 1,2,3,4;
Intra. 3,4;
Sr, Activity


4; Orch.
State 3;


RAYMOND ROBERT KIELHOFER
"Bob"
Colon, R. de P.


the midst


"Better


to be small and


light, than


Singing Valen-
Glee Club 4;
"Coming of
4; School T.V.
4; Jr.-Sr. Prom
:Club Lib. 4.


cast a great
not shine


at all."


Ball 4;
Dance 4
am 2,3,


Comdr.


Firing Squad
1; R.O.T.C. C
Co Capt, 4


2; Hal-
:APT. 4;
I; Usher


Awards
loween
Rifle TI
Guard


MARILOU JORDAN


Harrisburg, Pennsylvania


"When you're
world lao


laughing,


the whole


ughs with you."


n Ad Sellers
r.-Sr. Banquet
4; Showcase
High School
Field Hockey


4; Bowling Intra.
3; School T.V. Pro-
Comm. 4: William


: S.G.C.
2.


Sorority


CHARLES M. LAATZ
"Charlie"
Yuma, Arizona
"Laugh and live; then


FB Intra.
"Before t
Curley" 3
Marshall


; "The Lowland
Corrida" 3; ",
"Mrs. McThing"
Grad, Marshall


earn."
Sea" 3;
My Client
4; Bacc.
3.


Jr.-Sr.


I


)I


lman















PALMIRA LARRINAGA
Anton, Canal Zone


Usher
"Tooth
Foshio


Usher 1,2;
nt Show 1,


4iss with


a sparkling


CLARA J. LIPSZYC
"Clarit"
Panama, R. de P.


Club ,12,3; Office Assist.


tr IrI ud y


Intro.
Dance
,nce 2;


Program


Club 3;
Assist
Moth C


4$] +1 0u


Pan American Club
3; Office Assist, 4


lu


b 1,2.


School T.YV


MARY JANE LAVALLEE
"Mickey"
Worcester, Massachusetts


"Man has his will, but
her wayi"


Sock
Pros.
Thesp


& Buskin 1,
4; G.A.A. 4;
ions 4; Pep


Assist, 2,3; Lib. A
Zonian 4; Zonian
Alt. 1,4; Drives 2;
Safety Comm. 3; S


Train Comm, 4; Chow
Club 4; BkB Intra
Intro. 3,4; Field Hock
U,3; VB Intro. 1,2, All
Ballet 1; "Down In


"Finion's
Summer"'
"Before


Roinbow"


1,2,3,4;
Hockey
3,4; SB
er Polo


1


Woman


2,3,4; FNA


Lib, Club I; Natl.
Club 1,2,3; Clinic
ssist. 1 N.S.P.A. 4;
Ad Sellers 1,2; S.A.
FB Dance, Court 4;


na Volentines


rUt

Bry


2,3,4; Glee
3,4; Bowling
Intro. 3; SB


Stars 4; Wator


the


3; "The Lowland


the Corrido"


Curley" 3; Frosh-Soph.
Prom Court 3; Sadie


2; Sr. Activity 4;
G.A.A. Dance 4; (
Grad. Usher 3; Scho
Flag Twirer 2; RefRe
State 3; Counselor
Testament 4; "Comi


Volley'"


"Seventeenth


3; wkinMy
Frolic 2;
Howkins


Daom.
;rod,


ol
ree


Seo"a 3;


VIRGINIA LEE LIVINGSTON
"Jenny"
Portsmouth, Ohio


* al


Th# ir hlcurt'I s hus


N.H.S.
Chorus
Orch. 2
2; 'Su


"'Why


SC ret


sft bviu eyes
4; S.A. Alt. 2; Band 1.2,34;
1,23,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4;
.3.4: 'The Dust of the Rood"


t An


the Valley"
'The lowl
Corrida 3:
Show t.2;


Costs Five Pesos


'Down in
inbow" 2;
Before the
4; Fashion
ram 4,


Usher 2,3;
Marshall 3:


T.V. Program 4;
'i Club 1: Girls


4; Lost Will &


of Christ" 4.


JOAN LAWLER
"Mere"


"Why be
much


BkB Intro.
1,2.3.4; Field
Swim, Intro.
1,2,3,4; Wat


Frolic 2;
1.2.3.4.


Panama, R
"People


Zone


who ktnow
I ttlei


much


FNA 2,4; Lib. Club 1; Lib. Assist. 1,2
N.S+P.A. 4; Porrakeet 4; VB Intro.


Zonion


Bowling
Intro B.
2.3,4: VB


3; F


Sr. Gift 4;


Girls' State 3


rosh*Soph.


Dance


AMELIA HARRIET LUDDY
"Amy"


CDOlon


ft. de P.


"Her thought


is deeper


speech "


FNA 2,


Rec. Sc. 3,4


American Club 3,4; P
Rep. 1; Visitors Day
Intro 1,3,4; SB 4; VB


the Corrido


3; Chri


Fresh. Pict 1: Frosh+-


Chrmoan
Valentine
G.A.A D


WILLIAM JOSEPH LEBLANC


cose Comm.
mas Form.
Point Syi. Or


; GA.A. 3; Pan
'ep Club 1; S.A,
2; Chorus 4; BkB
Intra. 3: "Before
stmos Formal 3;
ioph. Frolic Co+


2; Sodie Hawkins


Formal 4;
once 3: Grad.


1; Stamp


Dance


Class Sec. 2;
Usher 3; Show-
Drive 3; Christ-


Court 3: Girls'
goni, Co. 2; Prog,


""There's~


always
future


in his


Stamp


JESSE SUE MABLE
"Sue"


Club 4.


Washington,


devi ry


c r~ hK hp or
ht ckuen


In her


Sock &
3,4; Not
N,S.P.A.


Buskin 1,
I, Thenp
34: Quill


2,3, Sec 4; N.HS.


3,4; Pep
& Scroll


Club 1,2
4; Zonior


"A quiet

Pan American


Club 1,2; Chorus 1; VB
or Shave" 2; Carnival
n Show 2,4; G.AA.A Do


Game
4; Tale


ta3, V.


Chorus


o Bachelor" 2;
1; "Finion's Ro
and Sea" 3; "I
"Mrs. McThing"
School T.V. Prog


Ancon, Canal


serious when there's
Io laugh about?V


Ticket Soles 4; BkB


LINDA LONGMORE
"Lindy"


Ind, Sr. Pic. 4; G.AA,.


.de P.


.9%.


Ancon. Canal


hrmon.


*


,rnprr


;Ido;


ng


VicE~Prcl,


4 larigiireF


eye,


II _( _I


I


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ELAINE MADURO
"Ele"
Panama, R. de P.


"Sparkling e
Sock & Buskin


twinkle


American Club 3,4;
Spanish Club 1,2; Uni


3; Drives 4;
the Corrida"


val Dai
1,2,3,4;
Comm.


Bowling
3; Jr.-Sr


nece 3, Court 4;
Grad. Usher
Chrman. 4.


Lib. Club


mischief,"


2; Pan


Pep Club 2,3;
ted Nations Club
Intra. 2; "Before


Prom 3;
Dram.
3; Sh


owcose


GWEN McCULLOUGH
"Tera"
Johnstown, Pennsylvania


"Here


Sock & Buskin
Thespians 4; P
Ball 4; Ticket
Bowling Intra.
wagon" 2; "1
"Seventeenth Si
Corrida" 3; "\
"Mrs. McThing"
Sadie Hawkins


mischief lurks
disguise."


in gay


3,4; FNA 3,4; Natl.
ep Club 2; Inaugural
Sales 4; BkB Intro. 2;


1,4; VB
Finian's
summer"
My Cih


Intra. 1; "Star-
Rainbow" 2:


3; "Before
nt Curley"


Christmas
once 2;


Formal 3;
Valentine
Showcase


ERNEST MADURO
"Jicky"
Panama, R. de P.


"A friendly


neighbor


across


the border.


Spanish CIlb 1;
Swimming 2,4;
Activity 4.


Welfare
Water


Comm.
Polo 2;


THOMAS F. McCULLOUGH
"Tom"
Colon, Panama, R. de P.


"Easy going guy .
by all."
Track 2; Cap & Goa
PVT.; New Concord Hig
Club 2,3; Hi-Y 2,3.


. well-liked

n 4; R.OJT.C.
h School: Latin


KAREN JEANNE M.


MAGNUSON


Ancon, Canal
"The dancing


Sock & Buskin 4;
Band 3,4; Chorus
1,2,3,4; "Down in


"Finion's


Rainbow"


4; Sr. Gift 4; Grad.


T.V. Program 4;
Wondering Dr
Comm. 1, Chrmg


Zone


ballerina of


B.H.S."'


Natl. Thespians 4;
1,2; Glee Club
the Valley" 1;
2; "Mrs. McThing"


Talen
agon
an. 3,


E. CORBIN McGRIFF
"Mac"


Ancon, Canal


invented


Zone


work should


BB 3.


"Whoever


finished it."
S.A. Rep. 1;


CARLOS A. MASTELLARI
"Charlie"
Panama, R. de P.


"Good


h humor is


"Man is


the health


SaUl."I


Chorus
2,3,4; Tr
R.O.T.C.


1; Bowling
ack Intra. 2,3,
SGT.; Sr. Gift


Intro. 4; Track
4; Water Polo 1;


Lettermen's
Comm, 4;


THOMAS McKEOWN
"Woff"
Panama, R. de P.
not to question but to
adore."


Club 4;
Visitor's


S.A. Rep. 4; Safety
Day 4; FB 4; BkB


League
School:


rack 4;
; Boys'
:BB 1.


- -- -- -- -


Usher 3; School
It Show 1; "The
" 3; Showcase


3; Swimming Inti
roup Pic. 4; Elks
3; St. Leo's Prep.


*


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CARLOS MERGERS


Togucigalpa, Honduras
"His violin speak for him"


KATHRYN WOOLFOLK MONAGAN
"Kathy"


Bond 1,2.3,4;
1,2,3,4; BkB I
3: "Finion's


land Set
Awards
Team 3;
3; School


Gle Club 4;


ntra, 3; Swimming


Rainbow" 2;


Orchestra


Intro.


"The Low.


a" 3; "Before the Corrid
Soll 2; R.O.T.C. SGT. 3;
Usher Guard 2; Game


11


Program


"a


Tela, Honduras


ir richer thain


crown."


fashion


show 1


; Showcase


SAUNDRA METHENY
"Sandy"
Ft. Sit, Oklahoma
'Woman was not mode


Adam's


'"Ovrc


RICHARD MOORE
"Big Dick"
Sandpoint, idaho


siX feet of man:


rib, but from his funny bone."


and human nature "


Baond 1,2,3,4;


4; "The Dt
Costs Five
Boachelor"
'Before t


'st


Glee Club 4; Orchestra
of the Rood" 2; "Sunday


Pesos"


2; "Why


2; "The Lowland
he Corrida" 3;
School T.V. Pri


I Am a
Sea" 3;
"Mrs. Mc
3gram 4;


Lettermen
Sr. Activity
Lettermen
Yearbook


Mosco


Ad Seller


3. Ad Sellers
Drives 3; FB I,
pire Jour. Conf


Scroll 4;


w High S5
Latin Club


hool


rs 3' Wolsomonian
Quill & Scroll 3;
BkB 1; Inland Emi


DOROTHY A. MILLER
"Dot"


San Jose,


Costa


"Vim, vigor, and what vitality!"
Astronomy Club 2; Sock & Buskin


Pep Club


1; Parrokeet


4:; Assembly


Comm. 4; Visitor's Day 4; Chorus 1
BkB Intra. 1,2,3,4; Bowling Intro. 3
SB 1; VB Intro. 1,2,3,4; Fresh. Pic-


Sadie H
Grad.
Chrman,


owkins
Usher 3
3; Girls


Daonce 2; Sr.
I; Showcase
s State 3,


Gift 4;
Comm,


MARCIA MARISIN MORENO T.
"Chinita"
Panama, R. de P.
"Always smiling, always neat; for-
ever nice, forever sweet"


Sock & Bu
3,4; Span.


skin


1,2; Choru
Fashion Sho


Pon American


Club 2; Counselors'
s 4; Carnival Da
>w 1,2,3.


ALBERT H. NAHMAD
"AI"


FRANK 0. MILLER, Jl
West Point, New York


Colon


"A better


man lor leadership


"A name


Sock
Stomp
Office
Intro.
Intro.
Awards
CAP. 4;
2; S. C
Lob As
Cont. 3


Rif


in 12,3,4; N.H.S. 4;
Vice-Pres. 1, Pros. 2;
2; S.A. Alt, 2,3,4; FB
B Intro. 1,2; Bowling


Golf Intro. 4; Tennis 4;
II 4; Drill Team 2,3; RO.T.C.
le Team 2.3,4; Usher Guard


4; G.AA.
3; Ale;


Dance
oxander


2; Chem.
Hamilton


compo


und of


nowhere


Letter
Zoniar
Chrmo
1,2,3;
2,3,4;
2,3;
Intro.
2,3,4;
LT.; Fr


men's
n 4;4

Visit,


or's


else be Found


Day 3,


Chrman.


FB Intro. 1; BkB 3,4; BkB Intro.
Swimming 1,2,3,4; Swimming
1,2,4; Track 2,3,4; Track Intro,
Water Pole 1,2; R.O.T C. 2nd


es h.


Jr.-Sr. Banquet


Hawkins


Lettermen


Dance


Club Pres. 4.


Frolic 2;
I; Sadi


Chrman,


2: Class Vice-Pres.


, Lettrmen's


rlear grit,


Club 4; Quill &


nce


frolic and fun.'


E. Buski
Club
Assist.
1,2; Bk


R. de P.


can


Club 1,2,3,4; N1.SP.A. 4;
Co-ordinating Comm.
; FB Dance 4; S.A. Rep.


Pic. I; Frosh-Soph.


Club Comm.


3


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ORLANDO NUNEZ G.
Panama, R. de P.
"Dashing smile that sends the
girls-oh! so good looking."


Spanish Club 3; S&A.


Valentines
Club 1,2,3,4
2; Bowling
Swimming I


1,2; Wo
Valley"


water


"The Lowland
Corrida" 3; Jr.


Hawkins


n


-Sr.


Dance 2;


Rep. 2,3; Singing
Is 1,2,3,4; Glee


FB Intro. 1,2; BkB Intro.
Intro. 3,4; Swimming 2;
itra. 2; SB 2; Track Intro.
Polo 1.2: "Down In the


LUCY PAPAZIAN
"Lulu"
Panama, R. de P.


"On her


Rainbow"
"Before


tongue


law of


kindness."


Banquet
Cap and


and Gown 4.


EDNA ZORINA OLAVE
"Eddie"
Panama, R. de P.


SARAH LYNN PARSONS
"Lynn"
Colon, R. de P.


"The only


to have friends


"An amiable


Miss with


a happy


disposition."
Pan American 1,2,3; Counselors'
1,2,3; Office Assist. 2,3; Sr.
Pic. Chrman. 4.


FNA 4; Pep
4; Ticket Sal
tine Formal
case Comm.


KI


is to be one."
Club 1,2,3; Ina
les 4; VB Intra.
4; Math Club
1,2.


LINDA LANE PEARL
"Lin"
Panama, R. de P.


reason


can be heard


when they drop."


Ft. Kobbe, Canal


"A likeable


lass with oodles
class.'
Chorus


Announ
School:


Lib. Club


; Pep


4; Zonian Ad Se
4; Bowling Intra
cements 4; N o r
FBLA 3; Spanish


Club 4; Office
liers 4; Safety
. 2,4; Cards &
theast High


Club


FRANCES LEONOR PADUA
"Francy"
Manila, Philippines


"What
Cristobol
Comm. 3,4


Cristobal
High S
i: Ticket


P.M.T. Sponsor


Dromo.


Publisher
VB Intro.


lost, we
choole 4
Sales 4;


1,2; Jr. Ring


Club 3,4;


Nurses


NORMAN H. PEDERSEN, JR.
"Owlie"


Swon,."
Assembly
BkB 2,3,4;
Comm. 3;
Aid 3,4;


Ticket Comm.


Ancon, Canal


real pal wit
seems


Zone


a grin


that never


to fade."


Alt. 2; FB Intra.
. 1,2; Track 1,2,3,


FRANCES G. PAIGE


Colon, R.


de P.


"Anyone


con hve riches, but a


pers~onality


HARRIETTE BEAUPRIE PRESTON
"Beau"


4; Choru


1: "Finian's


Sea" 3;


is the


MARIE ORTIZ


Ac


!
I


hers,"'












LYNN MARIE RAYMOND
"Lynnie"


Panamo, R.
O rtzhlng


dsp.,


eyes.


4o P~bP


I~jrec r,(


Imir beyond

ROBERT L. PRIEST
"Bob"
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvanio


^leatsher


turned


down cop.


when off his bike he's quite
a trap."


FB Intra.
1,3,4: RtO


2; Bke 1;
XTC. SGT.


Swimming


4; NH,.S.
Comm. 4


Comm.


Intra, 3,4;
ming Intr4
Starsr S.-


4; Pep Club 2;
. Football Dance


4; Cl


Bowling
o, 3; VB
Group P


3,4; Grad. Usher
y Showcase Comm.


Intro,


horus 2,3,4; BkB
Intro 3,4, Swim
Intro 2.3,4; All
:, 4; Cheerleader
Talent Show 4:
GirlsW State 3.


SARAH KATHARINE PUROY
"Haras"
Kingiport, Tennessee


"Her heart


is like the


olwoys


Sock & Bus
Counselors'
Zonion Ad S
Alt. 3; Ticket
Glee Club 4;
I; "Down In


land Sec
"My CI
Formal 3
4; Grad,


moon;


therc's


a man in idti


skin 1
Assist.
thenl


'*p Club 2;
Parrakeet 4:


2; N,S.PA.


Sales 3,4;
BkB Intro.
the Volley


Chorus
1,2; Vi
" 1; "Th


" 3; Before the Cor
ent Curley" 3; C
Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Sr.
Usher 3; School TN.V


4; Flog Twirler 2; Girls'
poign & Elec. Comm. 3.


State


4; S.A.
1.2,3,4;
i intro.
te Low-


rida' 3;
hristmas
Activity
Program
3; Cam-


I









i C


a '


DAVID M.
"Dave"


Ancon.


"Never


more than


necessary.
Astronomy Club 2; Radio
Alt. 3; Ticket Soles 3;


Orch. 3;
McThing"
Prom 3.


Client Curi.
Rifle Team


Club 2; S.A,
Bond 2,3,4;
,y" 3; "Mrs.
2,3,4; Jr.-Sr,


VIRGINIA GRACE QUIROS
"Ginny"


San Jose, Costa


"Nothing


is impossible


willing


heart"l


Astronomy Club 3; Discuss.
Club 4; Sock & Suskin 2;
Lib. Club Pres. 2; NH.S. 4;
con Club Comm. Chrmon. 1,


& Debate
FNA 2.3,4;


Nations Club 2; N.SP.A, 4; Port
Sports Ed. 4; Drives 4; Inaugural
3; Chorus 3,4; BkB 1,2,3,4; Field Hc


Intrao, B. .
1,2; Ping
"The Dust


1 2; Swimming 1
Pang 1,2,3,4; VB
of the Rood" 1;


Costs Five Pesos"


Bachelor" 2;
Sr. Prom 3;
case Comm.


2; "Why


Christmas Fc
Carnival Don
4, Chrman. 2.


akeet
Boll
mickey


MARGARITA E. REIMANN
"Mawgie"


Chicago,


,2,3,4; SB
Intra 2;
"Sunday
Am a


Ilinosil


'Loughing eyes


make this g
Lib. Assist. 2:


irmal 3; Jr.-
ce 3; Show-


and dancing


al hard
Zonian


Usher Club 2; Chorus
1,2; SB 1,2; VB Intro,


tenth


Summer


to beat.


Ad Sellers


1,2,3; BkB
1,2,3,4; "
.-Sr. Prom


DON MICHAEL RANDEL
"Miguel"
Edinburg, Texas


"Music please, M
Sock & Buskin 4; N.H.S,
keet Ad Sellers 1; S.A.
bly Comm, Chrmon. 4;


4; S.A.
Cond.,,
Assist.
wogon"


Rep. 1,2; Bos


Drum Moi.;
Cond. Orch,


nd
Gl


2; "Finian's


'"The Lowland


Corrlidoa


3; "My


"Mrs. McThii
3; Freshman
Donce 2; Vc
Lab. Assist.


ng"


l1r


kiestiro'"
Pares 4;


Porro-


Alt. 4; Assemi


Inaugural
1,2,3.4, A
ee Club ,


MARY ANNETTE RENTZ
"Nettie"
Beaufort, South Carolina


usslst,


"A treasure


1,2,3,4; "i
Rainbow'


Sea" 3; "Before


Client


4; Christr


Pic 1; Sadie
entine Format


3; Pep


Band 1.


Curley 3;
nos Formal


Hawkins
4; Chem,


chest of friends


worth o fortune


Sock &
Zonion
Chorus


Buskin 1,2
Ad Sellers


tine Formal


'Mn.~l A


in gold"


A;: Office


Assist.


4; Ticket Sales 4;
4cThing" 4; Voalen


4; Fashion


Show 1,2,4;


Show 2: FHA 1,2; Sadie Howlkns
Chrman, 1; Girls Stote 3.


i
I;


REECE


Canol Zone


ja~lrar,


B


















HAROLD WILLIAM SANDER, JR.
"Bill"
Panama, R. de P.


DAN RAY ROBERTS
Del Rio, Texas


affection


Band 1,2,3,4;


hath an


unknown


bottom."
Orch. 4.


"Earth's noblest thin
perfected."


Camera
Club Pres


Club Pres. 4;
s. 4; Radio Club


is man


Photography
4; Welfare


Comm. 3; Drill Team Squad
R.O.T.C. SFC 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Ba'
Boys' State 3.


Ldr. 3;
nquet 3;


BRITANNIA E. RODANICHE
Brit"
Panama, R. de P.


"Full of fu
Sock & Buski
Vice-Pres. 2,3
Science 2.3:


n, a joy
n 2,3,4;
1; FNA
Spanish


to be with.


French Club 1,
3; G.A.A. 2,3;
2,3,4; Drives


Chrman. 2,3; Get-Acquainted Dance 3;
Ticket Sales Chrman. 2,3; Orch. 2,3;
BkB 2,3; BkB Intra. 1,2, Capt. 3;
Swimming 2, Capt. 3; Swimming Intra.
2, Capt. 3; SB 2,3; VB Intra. 2, Co-
Capt. 3; Sr. Rina 4: Carnival Dance 3:


Talent S


how 2,3;


Sacred


Heart Acad-


emy: Mardi Gras Dance Chrman.
Natl. Math. Honor Society 3; Assoc.


French


Clubs Vice-Pres.


"Bobino"


SHIRLEY MAE SASSO
Panama, R. de P.


"Her smile


is natural


Glee Club 2,3,4; F"Pinin's
2; "The Lowland Sea" 3;
Formal 4.


beauty "
Rainbow"
Valentine


DIANA CHRISTINE ROGERS
"Dikie"
Salisburg, North Carolina


"With


malice


Chorus 4;
Villa High


toward
for all."


Boyden
School:


none,


charity


High School,


G.A.A.


Club 2,3; Lib. Assist. 2,3;
2; Drives 1,2,3; Chorus


Club Sec. 2
1,2; Tennis
Intra. 1,2; J
quet 3; G.A.
1,2; Hmrool


leader
School
Fashic


AURISTELA SCHMIDT
"Mami"


1,2; Lib.


School


,3, Treas. 3; BkB 1,2;
1,2; Ping Pang 1,2;
r.-Sr. Prom 3; Jr.-Sr. B
A. Dance 1,2; Talent SI


m


r 1,2;
I Plays
)n Show


Cheerleader
Yellow-Jacket
1,2,3; F.H.
3; State Lib.


Chorrera, Panama


"A sweet countenance


reflects


sweet thoughts/'


& Song-
Rep. 2;
A. 2,3;
ony. Del.


Sock
Spani
BkB


&


Buskin


4; FNA 4;


G.A.A.


ish Club 4; Usher Club 1; BkB 4;
Intra. 1; SB 1; VB Intra. 1,2;


Fayetteville
Club 4; G.A
3,4; Ping P


c


Senior High School:
.A. 2,3,4; BkB 3; BkB
ong 2,3.


DOROTHY CATHERINE ROSE
"Dottie"


Ancon,


"Wear
FNA 4; Lib.
Club 1,3,4;


Coming
nounceme
Girls' Stc


SONIA SCHNEIDER
"Soni"
Panama, R. de P.


nal Zone


a smile is her


motto,''


2; Chorus
1; "Dow


; "The Lowland Sea"
of Christ" 4; Cards
ents 4; School T.V. I
ite 3.


"I have


2,3; Glee
n In the


a heart


with room for


every joy."


Clinic As
Zonian 4;
ing Intra.
Ring 4.


isist. 4;
Zonian


1; SB 1;


Office


Ad Sellers


Assist.


VB Intra. 1,2; Sr.


DONALD RYTER


> N.


b<











LARRY SIEGEL
Ancon, Canal Zone


"^Ever~y


Sock & Busk
Notl. Theip.


in


Club 3; FB 4;
Ballet 3; Fi


"Seventeenth
CORP.; Volen


friend,


every girlr


4; lettermen's Club 4;
3,4; FB Dance 3; Giee
Swimming 1,2.3; Water
nians Rainbow' 3;
Summer" 3; R.0,TXC,


tine


Fo


Lt. Gov, 3; Boys' N
Leo'a College Prep.
Lettermen's Club 1


Sand 1,2,


3; Boys' State
Deleg. 3; St.
1: Choir 1,2;
i 1,2; SB 1,


GLORIELA SLICE
"Glo"
Ancon, Canal Zone


"A smile


with oil *h


Pep Club 2; Spanish
Assist, 3,4; Chorus 1,2;
SB 1: VB Intro. 1.


t does "
I; Office
Intlra 1,2;


ERNESTO SHARP
"Erne"
Panama, R. de P.


"Of theur


own merits,


modest


MARIAN ALICE SMITH


rmen s


Club 3,4;


Americon Club


4; S.A. Alt. 4; Bowling Intro. 2.3,4;
Track 2,3,4; Track Intro. 2,3,4; "Pull.
man Car Hiawatha" 2; "Seventeenth


er" 3; "Before
Client Curley'"


Corridor" 3;
"Mrs, Mc.


Ancon,


'"Some


things
silence


Sock & Buski
2; Showcase


are better


than remark.


n 2; FNA
Comm. 4;


MARJORIE ANN SMITH
"Madjie"


Canal


Zone


beams


on everyone


near and for'"


ROBERT JOHN


"Bob"
Lansing, Michigan


came;


saw; he


Swimmli
unity
Electroni


conquere


ng Intra. 4; Track 4; Com-
High School: Drama Club 2;


ics


Sock & Buskin


Thesp.


3,4;


Band 1,2,3,
"Sunday Cost
In the Valley


Drives 3; S.A.
Pres. 4; Glee
s Five Pesos"


A'


2: "Storwogon"
bow" 2; "Pullman


"Seventeenth


"Londonderry
2: "Finiants


Summer"-


land Sea" 3; "Before
"My Client Curley' 3;


4; Christmas Fc
Prog. 4; Awards


ormol


Day Comm.


MARY SMITH


Ancon,


SAMUEL A. SITTON
"Samy"
David, Chiriqui
"In every deed od mischief.


a hand to


Parrokeet
Chorus 1


S /"


Ad Sellers


Intro. 4; Water
quiet 3.


execute/'"


kB Inl
Polo


3; S.A. A
rao 1; Bo
;1: Jr.Sr,


cerily is the key t
of friends.


Astronomy
bate Sec. 3,


2,3; Pep (
N.S.P.A, 4;


S.A. Alt. 3; Assembly


Canal Zone
a life full


discussion & D0-
Buskin 2,3; FNA
office Assist. 2;
Make-up Ed. 4;
Comm. 3; Get-


Acquainted Dance 4; S.A.
Usher Club 2; Visitor s Day


Sec. 4;
Introa, 3:
SB 1; VB
"Finion's
Summer"
"Before


'4:


FAIRLEE G. SKINNER
"Fair"


Ancon,


Canal


"Alway:
always
Chess 3,4;


Zone


s full of fun
joking, alw
Champion 3


C I


I


the Corridao"
Frash-Soph.


3; Sadie


3; Sr. Gift 4; School
Stole, Alt, Girls'


Showcase Comm.
dog News" 3: N.


and folly,
Oys jolly."
I; Discussion


R


ep. 2,4;
3; Bond
Bowling
B, 1 2;
Polo 3:
enteenth
Sea" 3;


3; "Mrs Mc-
Frolic 2; Jr.-Sr,
Is Donce 2; Jr.


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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/zonian1958balb

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Life in the Tropics with Our . Faculty ............. . .............. Page 8 Organizations ............. . Page 14 Clubs ............. ............................ Page 32 Sports .... ................ Pag e 40 Freshm en, Sop h omores, Juniors . .... Page 5 8 S e niors ..... ................ Pag e 72 S p onsors and Inf ormols ................. ....... Pag e 106

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Zonian 1958 Balboa lligh School BalbOiI, Canal Zone Coraline Zirkmon ....... ... .. .. Sue Mable ... ........... .. .. Editor ..Assoclote Editor Janet Tribe ....... ....... ..... ..... .... ..... Business Manager Mr. C. R. Vosburgh ..... ..... ........ ... .... Foculty Advisor Mr. J. E. Cook .................... .... ........ ... Finonciol Advisor

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COMMONLY called the "Crossroads of the World," Panama has been a home of treasured memories, the I nterior, the jungle, the Canal, the "Clubby," the tomborito, polieros montunos, Carnival, mangas, yuca, emponodos, potocones, orroz can pall a, hibiscus, the dry season, rainy days, mosquitoes, roaches, monkeys, slo ths, buzzards, Goofy Lake orchids, palm trees San Bias I ndians, Spanish ruins, and a big tropical moan. When, in future years, you look through your 195 8 Zonion the staff hopes that it has capture d same of the memories from the Isthmus-o land of never-ending summer.

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'rO YOIl We Dedicate Our days In the tropics have been mode happier by the friendly help of Mrs. Erma Forbes, our school nurse, whom we shall always remember for her enthusiasm and for her cheerful attitude toward oiL

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Our hearts were young, and our feet were sore. Dancing dating And \VOl'king too, 'Nea t h a tI'opical lIIoon, And i l s k y 01' blue. Romance "0 la tropical. God's l ittle helpers, we make our own stars. 4

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OUI' daxs al sehoo\ Me hard 10 beat OHering ehallcngl's For' us 10 nll'el. A familiar sight at the end of 0 day. S tudy is a common du t y for every class. OUI' bo,' s ilnd gil'ls know how to fight TIll'" try 10 win wit h all their might.

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The band supplies music for sch ool functio ns. This yea I bl'ollght gl'eater' kids by fal' With talents I'iInging widll. 4nd IJalboa lligh School Welcomed t h e m into hlw lIalis with prid(\.

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This sl'hool I S 011(' \\'l"11 nl'n'I' 1'01'11('1 Meeting people from different counfries is nothing new to Balboa High students For the laug h s WI' s h a r e d Wilh Iht' I'riends WI' m e l

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Miss Marie C. Weir, girls counsellor, welcomes Dee Able Balboa H igh School 's one th o usandt h student to enroll in one yeor

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It doesn t look a s if they are on a diet. A modern "pirate" retroces the steps of Henry Morgan over port of los Cruces Trail. It looks as if moth can be hard on the feet as well as on the brain! 9

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PRINCIPAL-MR. T F HOTZ, Heidelb erg Co llege-A.B., Ohio State U.-MA Brhind u s evrr'y inc h of the way Thry taught u s what w e know today. COUNSELLORS-MISS MARIE C. WEIR, U of Florida B.S., Columbia U.-M.A., Vocational Guidance, Girls' Advisor; MR. HAROLD J. ZIERTEN, Bradley U .-B.S., Vocational Guidance, Boys' Adv isor, Assi s tant Pri ncipal. A t w i ce doily check of the ma ilb ox i s routine wi t h the t eachers.

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Facult) OFFICE SECRETARIESMrs. Berlha E Mayo, Mrs. Martha Lerchen. SOllll'tillll'S thl',' \\'I'I'l' MilX, ilnd ortrn stl'rn; IIl1t t did theil' bl'S t to lIIi1kl' liS Il'ill'n. \ l'iliitabiliolis wit h all sorts of dl'gl'l'l'S. Who earn their \'iI('iItions to do a s plr asr. DOCTOR AND NURSE-Mrs. E Forbes, Bradford Haspllal Training School for Nurses-R.N.; Dr. H. C. Pritham, Colby College-B.S., Tufts College Medical School-M.D LIBRARIAN-Miss K CIOII Co,"mb,o U. B.S, New York U.-M.A.

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S c i e nce Standing. left to r igh t ; Mr. Wol ter M. O. F ischer, U. of Chicago -B.S . Columbia U.-M.A., Chemistry; Me. Fronk Y. Hukill, U. of Ky.-B.S., M.A . Gen. Science, Biology; Mr. J. Wes t on Seaquist, U. of Wisconsin-Ph.B., N.Y.U.-M.A., Biology B o ttom cenler: Mt. OeWill E Myers, Volley City Siole Teachers College -B.A., Wash. Slole U.-M.A., Physics Chemis t ry. N o l pic tu re d : Mr. G O. lee, Iowa Stole College-B.S . Columbia U.-M.A., Biology. Social S tudies and English Standing, l e ft t o right:-Mr. J. E Cook Miami U.-B.S.Ed . Ohio Stole U.-M.Ed., Alg., Geom ., Trig .; Mrs. Nancy Schrag MI. 51. Vincent B.A., Columbia U.-M .A., Alg . Geom .; Mrs F ronces K Graham. Hunter College-A.B ., Columbia U.-M.A .. Alg., Geom.; Mr. George W. Case, Northern Idaho Teachers College-B.A., U of OregonM .Ed., G en. Math Alg.; M r. lester D. Humm el, Duquesne U B .A., M A ., Geam ., "Parrakeet." ::iI' Left to right: Miss Mory l. Stindt, N. Mich. College-B.S., U of Mich.-M.A., Eng., E. W. History; Mr. Fronk DeGeer, Colo. Stal e College-BA, U. of Texos-M.Ed., H istory; Mr. Woller M. Mikulich, Moorhead State Callege-B.E., U. of Iowa-M.A., U_ S History; Miss Mory S_ Brigham, Bottle Creek CollegeB_A., Columbia U -M.A., Eng; Miss Margaret Whitman, Wayne State Teachers' College-A.B., Northwestern U.-M.A., Eng.; Miss Hozel P Ala. College-A.B_, George Peabody College for Teachers-M.A., Eng.; Mr. Harold C. Dippre, Lewil. and Clark College-B.A., U. of S. Col.-M.A., Gen. Bus., E. W. Hil.tory; Mr. C. R. Vosburgh, Hamilton CallegeB_S., Teachers College, Columbia U -M.A., Eng., "Zanian"; Mr. Dayid A. Speir, Jr., William and Mary-A.B., U_ of Fla.M.Ed., American Institutions, U S. History. Not pi,t ur e d : Mr. Suberl Turbyfill, U. of Oklahoma B_FA, MA, Eng. 12 Standing, l e ft to r ight : Mr. S. I. Barkowitz, College of Charles ton-A.B.. Middlebury College-M.A., Sp .; Mr. Rolph W. Garrell, Furman U.-B A., U o f S. C.-M.A., Eng., Sp .; Miss Claude M. Aycock, Women's College of U N .C.A.B., Calum b i o U.-M.A., Sp .; Mr. Allen B. Ward, U of Neb.-A.B., M.A., Sp. Seo t e d : Mrs Jean C. Marden, Stanford U.-A.B., U of Wash.-M.A.. Fr, Eng.; Mrs. Mory H Rowan, Maryville College-A.B., Columbia U.-M.A., Latin, Eng.

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COJlIIJlCl'uiill l eft to right : Mrs. Ann l. Wilcox. N. Y. Stole College for Teochers-B.S.C., M,S . Eng . TypewriTing; Mrs. Mary 8. Journeoy. Iowa Slo l e Teach ers College-B.S .. N Y. U.-M.A., Shorl hand; Mrs. Eulo It Driscoll, North Texas Stale College-B.A., U. of Texos-M.B.A., MOlh. Adv. Typing_ Standing, left 10 rig hI; Mrs. Conslance C. Boll. Rollins College-BA. Wash Slole College-M.S., Phys . Ed,; Miss Donna M. Sluebe, Indiana Slole Teachers' College--B.S .. Health. Phys. Ed.; Miss POlricio lehman. NorthweST Mo. Slole College-B.S . M,S., Phys. Ed. Kneeling : Mr. John S. P eITingi!!. U of Notre Dome-B.S . M,A., Track. Swim. Cooch; Mr, lawrence E. Horine, Colorado U.-B.S . M.A., Phys. Ed.; Mr. Ross E. Anderson SlaT e U. of Iowa B.S., M.A., Phys. Ed. Head Football Coach; Mr. James H. E. Hur in, Ailver Stockton-B.S . Wash. STole College-B.Ed . M.A.. Phys. Ed.; Mr. John C. Fawcett. U. of Redlands,-P .A., Son Diego State College-M.A.. Phys. Ed., Health. Ill'ad iral and Finc MIs Top left 10 right : Mr. C. A. Botolden, Bradley U 85., Po $Iole U.-M.S., Mech. Drawing; Mr. C. F. Anderson. KonSCI$ Slole Teachers College-B.S . M.S . IndusTrial ArTs; Mr. James H. Maltingly. Indiana U--M.S. in Ed . A.M. ArT; Mr. Donold E. Musselman. Eastern Illinois U.B.S. in Ed . U of ChicagoM.A., Sponish. Speech-Drama Bottom : Miss Eloise Monroe, Kansas Stole-B.S.. Columbia U.-M,A.. Household Arts; Mr James H. Elliott, U of NebrasKa-8,S, in Ed, M. of Ed. Melol Shop; Mr. Viclor A. Herr. Denver U,-B.M.E. Columbia U.-M,A., Bond, Orch., Chorus, Glee Club. l eft 10 right:-M/SGT. James E. Kollars; M/SGT Gale 5 Moore; M/SGT. James l. Powers; Capl. ChriSTopher Wheeler. Harvard-A.B. 13

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Organizations You must project your voice when you tryout for L ut e Song Pot. 14

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The boss man behind the Parrakeet tokes t ime oul. The parade of t he Not ional Honor Society members begins. Corlos exhibits his skill on the violin.

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OFFICERSl eft to right, J. Dimpfl, secretary; G. Barbier, president; S. Toussieh, vice president; S. Farbman, secre tory Following a vigorous campolgn, George Barbier was elec t ed S.A. Prexy, and Solly T oussieh, S.A. Veep. Joan Dimpfl and Sheila Farbman were appointed S.A. secre t aries, a n d these four t ook the oath o f office at the Awards Assembly. There are four focult y advisors who supervise the S.A.: Mr. Speir, S.A. advisor; Mr. Dippre, tr easurer of accounts ; Mr. Hukill ticket soles advisor ; Mr. Garrett, ticket soles assistant and ushers' advisor. The S.A. mee tings, under Mr. Spe ir's guidance, enabl ed the s tud ents to partici pa t e in their school government. Minutes, a monthly f inancial report, and the consfilut i on were distributed to each homero om The director of assemblies arranged f or a t o lent s h ow. Siuden SA REPRESENTATIVES-Top, left to right C. Fitzgerald; J. Stevenson; B Miller ; C. Kiamco; J Garcia; P. Tate; T. McKeown; R. Barbara; L Cunningham; G. Ness. Middl e, R Weade; D Browne ; B. Vac h e; M. Smith ; C. Hughes; S_ DeVore; M. Hebert; T Corrigan; P Bennett. B o ttom C. Hill; C. Zelnick ; S. lively ; J. Cant rell; l. Burillo; J. Days; l. Hinkle; B. Wheaton; B. Bartl e tt ; B Rogers ; R. Scott. Not pictured, A Braswell ; F Dube ; W. French; P. Davis; D. Bremer; C. Rentz; E Waring; A. O'L eary.

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ASSOfiafiuli The two S.A sponsored dances, the Gel Acquolnted Donce, the firsl donce of Ihe year, and the Inougural Boll, 01 which the closs officers and Ihe closs advisors were Introduced, were held as scheduled The Safely Committee cleared up the congestion 01 the cenler stairways and pul up a showcase during Fire Prevention Week The Welfare Commillee decorated the school's Chrislmas t ree. The Drives Committee hod charge of such drives as the American Junior Red Cross, Ihe Unl,ed Fund, and 'he orphanage collccfions. There were olso other S.A. sponsored OcllVl'les such as Visitors' Day, Awards, S.A ticket sales, train licket sales, singing Val en lines committee, and the new co-ordinal-109 commi llees I hal t ry to ake care of problems arising be t ween the faculty and students. S A ADVISORSL ell 0 r igh', Mr R Gor rell; Mr. D. Speir; Mr H. Dippre; Mr F Hukill. 5 A ALTERNATEST o p l ell a righ' E. Sharpe; R. Wilson; J Flnloson; M. KI'pper; F. Baggoll; D. Randel, R. Coldwell, M. Me,heny; M. Nohmad; H Feeney M iddle, D Pajak, G. Frederick; M. Tros'; D. Moses; M. Walker K. Clark; K. Kirchmier; C. Dimpfl. B ollo m B. HI'chcock; N Crawford; M. Lavallee; S. Word, S Lagas"e; J King; E. Stoncook; S. Morency. N o t pic tur e d : T Pena, B. Crowe; F Miller, S. Davis; J. Bassett; E. Eddleman; L O'QUln; M. Dubbs; D. Chassin; A. Leonard; J Behar

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ASSEMBLIES COMMI TTEE-Stand ing, D. Randel, chairman Kneeling, left to r ight: l. Michaelis ; M Miller; L. Raymond. Not pictured: M. Watson; H Adams; D. Browne; D. Stringer; A. Haskell. THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION COMMITTEE is mode up of pupils from Mr. Speir's American inst i tutIons closs. GET ACQUAINTED DANCE COMMITTEE-L e ft t a right : M. Pierce, chairman; M Smith; A. Perez; S. Toussieh; R. Barbara. AWARDS DAY COMMITTEE-L eft t o right J Holz ; D Miller; D. Chon; D. Aydelkop; K. Magnuson; e. Zirkman; S. Paige, chairman. DRIVES COMMITTEE-Left to r ig ht E Madura; B Spencer; S. Mable, chairman; l. Hinkle ; B Hitch cock; D Jones ; M. Conover; G. Quiros; L. Burill o. Not pictured: D. Vestal; B Belz; R Blevins. INAUGURAL BALL COMMITTEE-Standing l e ft t o right G. McCullough ; L Parsons ; J. Dimpfl ; e. H err; e. Dimpfl. Bottom e. French; S. Toussieh ; D Randel ; G. Barbier. Not pictur e d: S. Farbman.

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SAFETY COMMITTEE-Top l e ft to right, T McKeown; C H olgerson; R. Blevins; E Kaon. Botto m : M. Moses; B. Spencer, c h airman; l P e arl. Not pictured : M. Garcia; S. Rowley; H. Wake f ie ld VISITORS' DAY COMMITTEE-T o p l e ft to r i ght J Trower; T Cunningham. M i ddle: J Morris; D. Ryter; R. Barbaro; A. Nahmad, chairman; T Corrigan; B Halvosa. B o tt o m D Miller; S. Paige; S. Mable; J Dimpfl. N o t p ictu r e d : S. Farbman; P Corrigan SINGING V ALENTINE COMMITTEE L e ft t o r i ght B. Betz Mykland M. Lavallee; J Reynolds; I Damerau F Skinner D. Jones; S. Mable; B. Porker, H. Adorn WElFARE COMMITTEE-T o p l e ft t o right J Behar l. Odenz; D, Ryter; T Corrigan, chairman, M. Moses. B o ttom, l e ft t o r i gh t J Ogden; B Spencer C. Hal gerson. SA TICKET SALES-Standing l e ft 1 0 right : l. Dew; G. Barbie r ; J. L aw l er. S e ated J. Dimpfl; J D unn; S. T oussieh; S. P ur d y; J. Tri be. GAME TICKET SALES-L e ft t o r i ght D Wheeler, R. Cov i ngton; G. Perro; A. Rentz; J. Myers. TRAIN TICKET SALES-Stand ing, l eft t o r i ght : l. Raymond; M. l avallee; S. Morency. B ottom: C. Covington; J. Chase; M. Hebert, chairman.

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EDITORS AND S. Mable, associat e editor; C. editor; J Tribe, business manager. ZONIAN AD SELLERS-Top. l e ft to right R. Zirkman; C. Zirkman. Bottom : l. Gunder sen; 5 Schne id er; H Wakefield; J T ribe, business manager, l. Pearl, l. Odenz. Zonian While passing room 116 you may hov e seen people rushing oul with pink passes in one hand a nd paper and pencil in the other, heading for the office or to some poor unsuspecting l eacher's room. Or maybe you've been s t opped in the hall by a harried senior with a pictur e of a freshman group 10 be named. If you've passed thi s room, you've probably heard, "Who's this?" "Where's the no 3 folder?" "Wh ere's the office poss?" "Bu t Mr Vosburgh, I 've already checked if." Well, it's not as confusing as it sounds. II's just the Zonian stoff getting 0 beller and differen t yearbook ready for publication. -"'1 r ,':. f ,J./I .f'-'" ./ ; ", ZONIAN STAFF-Standing left to right Mr. Vosburgh. advisor; S. Mable; M Lavallee; C. Zirkmon; A. Nohmad; E Koen; S. N e lson ; P Morgan; Mr. Cook, financial advisor. B o ttom : M Walker; M S tarr ; l. Dew; J. Dunn ; J Tribe; S Morency. The Z onian slaff is proud of ils senior photographers: It takes more than one t o do the Zonian t yping. C. Wommack, R. Toledano, and B. Sander.

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Have you noticed, while walking past a room with a green parrakeet on the door, a group laughing over small cartoons? Or you may have seen someone patiently trying to arrange various sizes of paper on a large board and ending by turning the whole thing upside-down. Maybe you noliced several girls laboriously typing articles or rush.ng in and oul as a certain deadline gels closer The noise from room 102 accompl ishes something valuable, because the stafl publishes the B. H. S. newspaper, the Parra kee t every six weeks. It gives student s up-to dale news and helpful articles, and .,'s a newspaper to be proud 01 In addition, the Parra kee t Dail y bulletin board reminds students of meetings and obligallons while providing a laugh from selected cartoons. .... PARRAKEET STAFF-T o p l e N t o r i ght, J Trower, P. Bennell, M. Ward; M. Pierce. M iddle N. Therrell; J. Egling t an; J. Rellinger; S. Purdy; R. Head, assac editor; B. Betz-Mykland; O. Winstead; L Longmore R. Toledano. B a Ham: V Avila; M Smith; V Quiros ; D Miller R. Barbara, editor EDITORS AND MANAGER-Left to r i gh t R. Barbara, editor; R Head, assoc. editor; P Bennett, assoc. editor N o t pictured : 0 Eisenmann, business manager J PARRAKEET AD SELLERS-T o p l e ft to r i ght Si bauste; E, Eisenmann. B ottom: D Eisenmann. A Perez The "roc-o-Iac-o-Iacs" of Par r a kee t Victor, Mary, and Terry look at on old P arrak eet.

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Resel'\l e OfficeI's' Tl'aining COI'PS BATTALION STAff ond COLOR GUARD l eft to right: Codet MOi. J. Grubbs; Cadet Copt J. Dunn; Codet It Col P Benne"; Cadet Copt. R. Kielhofer; Cadet Copt J. Zordon. S econd row ; Cadet S9t f. Dube; Cadet 591. W Holvoso Third row ; Cadet Corporal J. Reynolds; Cadet 591 l. Batemon; Codet Sgl T Womble; Codet Corporal B Bruhn R O T .e. SPONSORSL eft to right ; B Crowe, S Mabl e, J. Dunn, J Dim pfl. DRILL TEAM-Dickie and Sue solu t e wi l h the drill Team. U SHER GUARD T o p r o w left 10 right : B. Miller; C. Pearson; G Herrero; D. Hatcher; R. Coldwell; 1. Bembenek. Thir d row : f Dube; B. Kirkland; D. Brown; D. Browne; l. D i a l ; l. King; C. Rivero; S. Aliponga; l. Martinelli; T Arnold. Second row ; M. Klipper; J. Treadway; G. Porker; R. Weode; J. Phelan; G Gron; f. Romero; l. Gundersen; B. Coldi lo; B. Kielhofer. B o tt o m : B, Lombroia; D. Bous; R. flumach; D. Chassin; A Multer; C Bradshaw; R. McConaughey; T Arias; B SCali. G Medina R IflE TEAMTop, l eft 1 0 rig hl : K DeGan ; R Porker; G. Cop penhover; D. Reece; G M e di na. Third row : J. T urn e r ; L. King ; D. Keller; f. Romero; D. ( h assin, Seco n d ro w ; B SCali ; f. Dube; T Arias; B. Sca li ; B. fl u mach. Boltom : J. C h ose; f Miller; B. Kielhofer; 1. T ownsen d ; S. R ow l ey.

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,,\ OFFICERS, l eft 0 r ; 9h. Code. 2nd Lt F Townsend. Code. 2nd Lt J Chose; Code. Cop. G. Barbier, company commander OFFICERS, l eft 0 ';9h', Code. Is. l. J. D;mpfl; Code. 2nd l. D. Ry.er; Code. Cop' F M;!ler, company commander; Code. 2nd Lt R. Duron; Code. lSi Lt R Toledano IJ" OFFICERS, l eft 0 r ; 9h. Code. Cop' Trower, company commander, Code. I s. Lt B. Crowe; Code' 2nd Lt Terry Cor r;90n; Code. 2nd Lt Charles Wommack a -'_ __

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Opening the high school drama season was Mrs McThing Originally a Broadway play written by Mary Ellen Chase and made famous by Helen Hayes, Mrs. McTh i ng is a comic fantasy illustrating the point that "small boys shouldn't always scrub their ears and that perfection is a terrible thing." During the Chr i stmas season, The Coming of Chri s t was presented through the combined effort s of Mr. V. A. Herr and Mr. Don Musselman. The Coming of Christ is a contemporary work in the style of a medieval-type mystery ploy. The music for this play was composed by Gustav Holtz, and the words were written by John Masefield, England's present poet laureate. Unusual plays seem to have been the th eme of drama this year. Following this some characteristic Karen Magnuson, Rosemarie Berman, and Kay Cur ti s portray the Loomis Sisters, three old maids whose attempts to be eager and coy at the some time would be enough to frighten any man. at lute S on g rehearsals. was lute Song which is a Chinese classic play that has enjoyed a continuous stage life for mare than 500 years. For many centuries it was played by strolling Chinese players Written by a 14th century school-master, l ute Song was presented to the Amer ican public on Broadway in 1946 There it starred the versatile Mary Martin and Yul Brynner. Although l ute Song has lost some of its folktale simp l icity through drOinatizing it on a formal stage, it has been a fascinating stage experimen t for many groups. Through these ploys, the actors themselves hav e not only received a great deal of experience, but also the Glee Club, the Sock and Buskin Club, ond the speech-droma classes have experienced a sense of co-operating and participating. T hey have been the active, "behind-the-scenes workers. Vena Bennett, the mysterious Mrs. McThing who con ducts strange goings-on in the Blue, Blue Mountains, scolds Carolyn Southwell for running away from home.

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S i () The Balboa High School bond played a major role in our many assemblies and alhle"c conlests. Students will long remember the "DiXieland Blues" which, played by the bond 01 Ihe pep rollies. set our feel 10 lapping in rhythm A t ranscontinental" t rip t o participate in the United Fund "kickoff" was but one of the many community services performed by the bond BAND OFFICERSl eft t o right M. Smith, president; E Ameg lio, vice-president M. Smith, secretory; 0 Randel, as!>1 con ductor-S. McKoy, secretory. S H ,S. MARCHING BAND-left to ,;ght We one, R. Weade, M. Smith; M. Miller; e. Eggleston; A. O'leary; N litvin; P Beeby; J Reynolds. F ile two, E. Cunningham; D. Reece, J. Hern; K. Amato; e. Meggers; J Brinkley; E Morris; E. Ameglia. File three D Snyder; l. Dew; J. Farrell; R. Shuey; R. Porker; PRase; S. la gossie. F i le four: D. Harned; H. Brid; F. Townsend; S. Metheny; W. Brown; J. Hotz; J. Stevenson; J. Potter F i l e five: P Thibodeau ; J. King; M. Smith; K. Cox; W Doily; D. Young; j livingston. F ile six: J. Word; 0 Brown; e. Mugnier; M. Walker; A. laga55ie ; M. Word; J. Fuller; S. Watts. Drum mojo" D. Randel

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The music departm ent, under the d irection of Mr. Victor H e r r, has presen ted throughout the year a wide variety of selections ranging from medieval-type music to Debussy's B eau Soir." In December the Glee Club appear ed on T V for the first time in the school's history With Christma s jus t around the co rn er, work was begun by the G l ee Club an its medieval-t ype, mystery p la y, "The Coming o f Christ." The band, chorus, and orchestra dusted off their yu l e tide songs in an attempt t a bring a few minu tes af a snowy, white Christmas to a sunny, ever-green Panama A chorus closs rehearses prior to the spr ing concert.

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Don Rondel, student conductor, leads Ihe orcheslro. Mr Herr is In the mood for musIC With the arrival of Carnival, our own "conlunto supplied the native touch to the gay and lovely tomborito ot the flag-raising festivIties an the Conal Zone. Another Herr-Musselman production, "Lute Song," with Vena Bennett and Edgar Amegllo playing the leads, is In the making As this copy goes to the printer, the Spring Concert IS not for off It is likely to contain such music as, a concert version of Gilbert and Sullivan's "Iolanthe;" Lonesome Train," with soloist Frank Bright; and James Weldon Johnson's poetry set to mUSIC In "Gad's Trombones." The concert will be divided II1to twa nights. The glee club appeors on a television progrom in Ihe sludios at CFN TV

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COURT -l e ft to r;ght. S. Mable; B. Crowe, queen; M Lavallee. CHRISTMAS FORMAL QUEEN AND COURT -Sta nd ;ng, left to dght M Moses; R Dahlholf, A. H aske ll ; S. DeVore Seated C Dlmpfl, qu ee n 28 B.II. S. TRACK QUEEN AND COURT-le ft to dght, l W or d; S. Po;ge, q uee n ; J D;mpfl.

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Queens --r-VALENTINE QUEEN AND COURT-Top row l e ft '0 righ. A Broswell; M. Watson; G. McCullough; J Dimpfl; E. S.oncook; P McKeehon. B ottom: D. Moses; L. Word, queen, D. Bremer CARNIVAL QUEEN AND COURT-Le ft '0 rig h. T. Bembenek; E. Pierce; C. Mos ellori; E. Moduro; E Ameglio; B Olove; O. Nunez; L. Burillo, queen; C. Azcorrago; M. Pierce; A. Perez; A. Varela; l. Martinelli; S. Doubin; D. Rondel. SADIE HAWKINS QUEEN AND COURT-Left '0 rig h., V Perro; P. Waring, queen; B. Wheaton, P. McKeehan. 2 9

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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Top row, l e ft to right C. Thompson; Z. Zelnick; J. Ricks; R. Castelli; F Gonzales; J. Whaler; N. Swenson; J. Beeby; C. Volderammo. B o ttom row : K. Frede; B. Stephan; C. Southwell. LABORATORY ASSISTANTS-Back row standing l eft to right : D. Browne; R Eisen; M Kelly; C. R en tz. Middl e row P. Dempsey ; F. Todd; M. Conover; M Miller; B. West; K. Cox. Front row : H frrholt; C. Wommack; J. Tribe; S. N elson. OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Top r ow, l eft to right, I. Ariana; B Rodoniche; A. Rentz; B Spencer; S. Schneider. Third row : K. Kirchmier; S. Raymond; P. Lorrinogo; S. Snyder; B. Bortlell; C. Hughes; J. Fields N. Webster; N Roybourne; M Watson; B Wheaton; A. Cheung Second row: G. Slice; S. Sock; N. Hughes; C. lipszyc; G. Perro; C. Coving t on. B o ttom row ; M. Stoakley; F. Davis; E. Keen; L. Pearl; C. Schultz; A. Garay. COUNSELLORS ASSISTAN TS-Standing, left to right B. Bortlell, S. Raymond; J Madura; F. Davis; A. Cheung; M Stookley; L. Cunningham. Seated, N Webster; C. Lipszyc. CLINIC ASSISTANTS-Top, left to right J Read; K. Boughman; J Cantrell; I. Michaelis. Middle, S. Schneider; B. S tiles; M. Conover; P. McK ee han Boll o m R. Gandy; R. Allen; E. Stoncook; B. Campbell.

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Chez Eloise left to right : P Davis; N. Crawford, M. Conover; B. Bowman; P. Paperno. left '0 righ. G. Perro; N. Hughes; V. Mauldin; P. Cowl. Lindo Pearl and Eileen Cox make I ike busy bees in home ec, class. B.H.S. girls, presented by M,ss Eloise Monroe, teacher of household arts in Balboa High School, modeled attractive and stunning clothes which they had mode during the school year. The styles which the girls from her first, second, and third year home economics classes modeled were street dresses and sport clo thes, as well as semi formals and formals. The 17th annua l fashion show, Chez Eloise, was held January 15, 1958, on the front lawn of Balboa High School. 3 1

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Some Math Club members look at the names of the contestants for the big math contest. The chess players are at it again. The Science Club returns from a field trip to Gorgas Hospital. 33

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110001' Societ!' B ock left t o rig h t : D. Ryter ; C. Zirkmon ; J. Tribe ; P. Bennett; D Rondel ; V. Livingston; S. Nelson; L. Raymo n d; S. Farbman; F Miller Fro nt ; V. Quiros; B. Bel z-Mykland; D. Chan; E. Kaan; J. T rower; S. Mable; J D impfl; M. Hebert ; Miss Whitman, sponsor. Xatiollal TheSllialls B ottom l eft t o bottom r ight: D. Browne; M. Smilh; E. Sharpe; S. Farbman; S. Mable; J. Trower; D. Randel; G. Wales; Mr. Mussel man, sponsor; F Bright ; V. Bennett, L. Burilia; L. Odenz; B Belz-Myklond; K. Magnuson; C. Sou lh well l eft 1 0 right; P Taffe ; D Hansen; K. Egol f ; V. Hill; C. Zirkman, pres idenl; E Kaon; l. C unningham; N Swenson ; M. Walker; R. Coving ton ; Miss Stindt, sponsor.

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Sock IIl1skill Top left to right K Boughman; J. Eglintan; H. Adams; B. Rodoniche, M. Moreno; J. Garcia. G Endoro; Bermon, E. Maduro; A. Garay; S. Conas. Fourth row : J. RefflOger; P. Voorfmeyer; D. Paperno; B. Betz-Myklond. S. Johansson; C. Schultz; V. Mauldin; M. Garcia; K. Cox; K. Hole; S. Sock; F. Arthin; C. Dalke, G. Fitzgerald; V. Ogden; A. Wood; D. Horned; I. Michaelis; B. Stiles. Third D. Wheeler; K. Magnuson; O. Wln>teod; S. Fawcett, B. Perro; E. Koon; F Kirkland; B. Calvo; N. Litvin; C. Southwell; J. Doughty; 0 Hansen; E. Price; B. Presion, A leonard ; D. Stringer; S. Snyder; B. Parker; S. lagassie; M. Watson. Second: B. Bowman, M. Vl./ord; J. Meyers; P Rogers; C. Azcorrogo; T Durfee; E. Eisenmann; C. Huff; M. Conover-S. Farbman; M. Heber t R. Monzon; R. Jones; R. Allen. First, M. Smith; Iv'. Smith ; l. Burillo; D. Browne, S. Mable; C. Clark; S. Toussieh; R. Z"kman; D. Randel; l. Odenz, G. Garcia. Fulul'l' \ UI'SI'S Or MlIl'l'i('il Top left to right, D. Aydelkop; J. Cornish S. Barrett; L Buril!o; P Vole; I. Darling; C. Thompson; J. Malone; S. McKoy. M. Trost; M. Smith; P Kelly; Mrs. Journeoy, advisor C Musselman; S. Logossie. 0 Wheeter R. Thompson K. Cox; M. Word; R. Gondy. Middle row, V. Hill; C. Colling; R. Lorson; P. Voortmeyer ,.".. Deie' neue; M. Baggoll; G, Vole; B. Stiles; N Grimes; K Beasley; P. Crook; P Davis; M. Coppenhover Bottom row: B Bowman, J. Heilman; B. Calvo; D. Chan, president J. Meriwether, F. Adorns; R, Argerenon; R. Von Dyke.

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Stamp Club Pan-Amel'ican Club L eft to right; T. Ho; B. Sprague; T. Sheppard; J. Esslinger; Mr. Fisher, sponsor; E. McNeil; W. LeBlanc ; P. Blades ; A. Carroll; E Suarez ,'" Top row l eft to right: l. Martinelli; L Surillo; S. Farbman; V. Avil a, president ; R. Chanis; E E. Ruess; A. Luddy; D. Chon; D. Aydelkop; E. Johnson ; F. Voles; G. Estrada; S. Watson; E. Suarez; H Mendez. Third row : C. Upszyc; M. Varela; S. Daubin; J. Gorcia; Miss Aycock, adviso r Second row: A. Varela; W. Ferro; B. Calvo; M. Moreno; B. Rodoniche; B. Olove. B ottom row : A. Tapio ; E. Madura; G. Endora; E. Pierce; S. Canas; A. Cheung. 36 Discussion and DebilLe Club l eft t o right: R. Zirkman; E. Suarez; D Hansen; J Tribe ; G. Garcia; S. Sosso; I. Damerou; J Eglington; C. Zirkman, president.

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Stonding left to right F Hall: J Zardan; V Avila: C. Wommack; Mr Batalden, advISer : R. Taledana: THo: J. Kline; B. Scott Kneeling l e ft to right B Sander, president : B. Kirkland 1'i1I11I'I'i1 I'lnh ('hess ('Iub Top left to rignf : D, Browne, president ; L Gundersen; S. Morency; F Skinner; P Flatau, S. Doubin; F. Voles; D. Hansen : M. Sailer P Vale: E. Ruess: S Barrett: C. Eggleston, M. M,lIer: P. Blades. B o tt om, D. Snyder G Lord. P Harald: L Brown: P Janow,tz: J Barr: E. Suarez: A Muller; D. Sikorski; C. Clark. Top left to right : l. Gundersen ; D, Browne; V Avilo; S. Toussieh B ottom : M M,lIer' J Tribe, president; S. Barrett C. Eggleston : B Rice. .\lath {'Inb 37

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[ Initrd ations rlub Top row left to right: J. Retti nger; E. Eisenmann; A. Cheung; E. Suarez; D Hoenke; I. Ariana; E. Rennie; P. Morgan. Third row; D Aydelkop, D. Hansen, G. Abadi, F Voles, E Ruess, B Calvo. Second row; D Chan, l Handy, P. Abad i ; E johnson ; V. Mauldin ; L. Burillo Front row: M Garcia, president. Stonding left t o right ; D Clorke, D Abell, J. Marshall J Cotron; M Canham; l. Hunnicutt, president; O. Sadler; E Suarez, l. Gundersen, R. Hopkins F Todd Silting ; S. Morency K. Cox, C. Eggleston, B West, P. Morgan, M Conover, N. Webster, R Allen, I. Darling M Ward, C. Harrison. Window Committee 38 Science mull Standing left t o right: S Whitmore; Mrs. Graham, adviser; B Olave. Kneeling left to right ; J. Cosey, M Dubbs

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Gil'ls' fUhlelie .\ssoeiillioll Top left to right t Ariana; K. Flowers; P Rogers, D. Folse ; J. T"be, M. Lavalle, J. Hotz M i ddl e r o w B Heilman M. Downing. C. Thompson, L Reyes, S. McKoy C DavIs ; C. Schultz; B. Perra. C Herr pre Ident J Malone. Bottom row: S. Paige; l. Raymond; V Perro ; C. Watson, S. Cruz; D. Horned,S Figueroa, B W I, J Lawler Lelll'I'ml'II'S ( 'llIh Top, A Lagassie. T Wamble. Third row left to right R Shuey; M Schoch, F Harley T Carrigan. E S. h. A. Scott Second row left to right, A Nahmod, preSident, S. Toussieh R Parker, J Reynolds J Snodgrass C. Rentz; J. Trower B ottom row. left 10 right : B. Holvoso; R Barbara; T Cunningham; P Corrigan, T Days T McKeown; 0 Ryter G. Barbier

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Sports Come 10 the Jamboree and join in all the fun! 40

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Will Billy make it? You bet! Has Sputnik invaded our volleyball game? What happened to the football? Al

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t T o p l eft t o righ t : B. Porker; J. Meriwether; J. Whaler; D. Hoenke; L. Pearl; J Montovani; M. Coppenhaver; G. King; C. Covington, Pres.; L. Sikorski; C. Musselman. C e nter: B. Boa t wrigh t ; S. Smith; J. Kirkland; V. Mauldin; S Watson ; S. Watkins; D. T rasavage; F. Adams; P. Morgan; B. H eilman; S. Allen; L. Stratford. Bottom: V Hill ; C. Osborne; B. Smith; M. Dej ernette; J. Heilman; M. Conover; C. T hompson; I. M i chaelis; S. Figueroa; D Hutchinson; M Downing; R. Thompson. Pep Club As the year began, Carolyn Cov i ngton, newly-elected president, began reminding the Pep Squad to complete their selldesigned red and w hi te uni forms for the first home game. During the football season, they performed on the field at half-time through rain and knee-deep mud. Thei r excellent formations were the resul t of hard and constant practice at lunch time and after school. At the pe p rallies, they gave the cheerleaders support, which was especiolly needed when new cheers were introduced. Thei r final performance of the season was on Dad's N i ght when they used flash cards while seated in the stands and, together with the c h eerleaders from both s chools, formed the Victory V on the field. The ir officers and Miss Boll are to be congratulated on the fine showmanship with which they helped school spirit. 42

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JACKIE DUNN. Sr 2 yr, GLORIA ELY, Jr I yr Cheel'leadel's B o B o Bo bo ski wol'" dOI'n undal 'n 55SSSS Bo bo ski wo t 'n d o t 'n undol 'n 555555 Who can beat 'urn? We can beat 'urn. We're the teorn that can defeal 'urn Bo bo ski wot'n dot'n undat 'n 555555. LYNN RAYMOHD, Sr 2 yr, JANET TRIBE, Sr, I yr. BARBARA KUPPER, Jr I yr. SHARON DE YORE, Jr 2 yrs. JUDY HOTZ, Jr 2 yrs.

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COACHES-left to r ight, Coach Anderson and Coach Horine. Football After being dealt a humiliating blow at the Jamboree, the Bulldogs settled down and went to work. By the end of the season they had won both the Int ersc h olas tic and Isthmian titles. The Bulldog s also managed to remain undefeated and unscored against in any of their Interscholastic gomes.

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S col'llboaJ'd Ocl. 4 Jambor ee (AC 12, CHS 12 BHS 0 JC 0 ) Ocl 10 BHS 6 AC 7 Ocl. IB BHS 14 JC 0 Oct. 25 BHS 14 CHS 0 Nov. BHS 13 JC 0 Nov BHS AC 6 Nov. 15 BHS 19 -CHS 0 SENIOR BACKS-R. Barbaro; T. McKeown; J. Trower; B. BOlemon; A. Nohmod; D. Ryter. LINEMAN-left to right, C. Douglas; G. Burch; M. Crook; R. Million; T. Corrigan, B. Sikorski; B. Halvasa.

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SENIORS AND RETURNING SQUAD MEMBERS-Left to right G. T rimble; A. Nahmad ; E Folse ; P. Delegado ; G. Alexander; R. Barbaro, copt.; G. Barbier. Hopeful tryouts await their turn. SCOI'eboal'd March 28 BHS vs. AC Apr;! 8 BHS vs. AC April 11 BHS vs. Faculty Apr;! 15 BHS vs. AC Apr;! 18 BHS vs. J( Apr;! 22 BHS v s CHS April 28 BHS vs. J( May 2 BHS vs. CHS May 9 BHS vs. J( May 13 BHS vs. CHS May 22 23 24 JC Tournam ent

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CAPTAIN, COACH AND MANAGERL eft 1 0 righi R. Bar bora, copt Coach HUrin; T Sheppard. manager H il S k r t b ill I Because of severo I changes In this year's athletIC program, the basketball team was scheduled to begin Its season In March. As the Zonion copy goes to the printer. Coach Hurin is already planning his strategy and IS thinking about his selections for this year's team Raul Barbara and lem Kirkland are the only returning lettermen and Charles French, AI Nohmad, and George Barbier ore Ihe veTerans returning from lost year's squad Similar 10 lost year's system, this year Coach Hurin pions to use the full-court press as a defensive and offensive weapon. He will olso continue 10 place emphasis on defensive ploy, and he will stress the Importance of always being alen and ready to defend Balboa High School's goal or score against the opponents. With the combined efforts of the returning players and the new malerial coming up from lunlor varsify Coach Hurin hopes to come up with a learn capable of haVing a successful season Who needs ladders? It's not very funny, we should be ren pOints ahead Boy. rhat was qUite a game!

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COACH AND MANAGER-left to right, Coac h Horine and M anager G. R am bo. S r u r r b u a r d Jan 14 BHS 2 -JC 0 Jan 21 BHS 5 -CHS Jon 24 BHS JC Jan 31 BHS 17 CHS Feb. BHS 8 -JC The Balboa H igh School pi t chers, F H arley, l. Kirk l and, M Sch och, an d J C line, take the mound. T o p left t o r i ght : Coach H orine; G. Rambo; C. K i amco; L. Thompson ; R P a rker ; B Hitchcock ; H Wilkinson; J Marris; R. Blevins. B otto m C. Chase; l. Kirk l and; M Schoch ; F Harl e y ; R Scott; G Barbi e r ; C. Fre n c h ; B Balemon; R. Million; J. K line; D. Ryt er, coptain.

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I, looks like C French and G. Barbier are warming up for home runs Which bo' do you like, Johnny" By defeating 'he lunlor college In the final game by a score of eight to one, the Bulldogs CInched their fiffh interscholastic championship. Thus they remain in possession of the newly.presented Shrine trophy A newcomer to BHS. Coach Larry Honne managed 'he Bulldogs 'hrough a hordlough, season He placed emphasis on speed and bOiling ability, and IhroughoUI 'he season he was righ' In there hustling with 'he learn. Morgon Schoch furned In a fine pitching per. forma nee Wl,h 0 3-0 record Fred Harley also did com mendable work on the pitching mound In the boltlllg department If was Gary Ness. John Morris, and Don Ryter who kepI hammering the boll for hits In the "runsbottedin deportment," Charles Chase eosily proved himself superior wIth a grand total of eight Speedy Chorley French led 'he 'eam in Slolen bases. All 'he Bulldogs played hard, and 'he 'eam will m iss such baseball men as Trimble, Barbier Ry'er, Chase, Bateman, Million, and Harley, who will graduate fhis year, but Coach Horine hos a fine group of underclass men returning who shovld make up a strong nucleus for next year's baseball team, l. Thompson covers third bose. BleVins ploys a good game 01 baseball

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CAPTAIN AND MANAGE R lelt to right : Ed Suarez, manager, and Carl T oofhman, cap tain. T. Days, J Trower, and R Barbaro t oke the lBOlow hurdles with ease. 1 TEAM-B ock row, left t o r i ght Coach Pettingill; B. Holvoso ; B Coldito; C. Toothmon ; A. Nohmod; T Womble; G Barbier; A. Lagossie; R. Scott; C. Douglas ; T Days ; S. Toussieh; H F eeney; E Sharpe; B Boyette; C. Rivero; J. Snodgrass; B. Leves. Middle: M Betfsak; B Richardson ; E Suarez; A Ubert; J Trowe r ; C. French; T McKeown; 1. Corrigon; R Borboro; D Adams. Fra n t D S ik orski; D Abell; O Sadler ; T H o; J Suor ez; D. Pajak; K. MacKenzie; B. Sprague; L Brown; B. Scandrett; W. French; J Morris; S Gorham

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As Ih(. Zonion mOleool is moiled 10 the prllltt!r, the Ifock leom is busy at work loosening up their sore muscles olld gelling Inlo shope There will be ten rcturnlng leltcr men Irom losl year's leom to compensate for the loss of several fine track. men as Bill Holt, Dan Wink lasky, and Bob Toothman C. Rivero posses the baton 10 C. French. Because of slight changes mode this year, .he Balboa Relays will be held an 'wa consecutive rughfS Instead of one 51 B. Halvosa goes up, up, and over Coach Pellingill is counting on Abel logassie and Tom McKeown in distance running, Charles French and Carlos Rivera in the sprin ts, Raul Barbaro and Joe Trower In the hurdles; Carl Toothman and Fronk leves are good pros pee t s in the high jump. Excellent support should also come from Solly T oussieh and George Barbier in the brood jump while Bill Halvosa and Terry Corrigan should do well in the pole vault The senior line-up gels ready 10 go. Bong'

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Maxwell takes off on a cutaway. Swimming PIons had already been made for on active swimming season as this article was sent to the printer A total of six meets were sch edu led for this year's t eam. Al t hough the swimming seaso n was still a month away, Bulldog swimmers were seen working out and getling into shope. Don Ryter was e l ec ted to lead t he boys' team while Carolyn H olmes was e lect ed coptain of the girls' team. T en lettermen were ex pected to re turn thi s year, but Coac h P e tting ill b e lieved there would be an open field in swimming and that swimmer s with determina tion to win and willingness to work would be able to earn a position on the learn. COAC H AND CAPTAINS-lelt to right, C. Holmes ; Cooch Pettingil l ; D Ryt er. VAR SITY SWIMMING TEAMTop row l eft to righ t J Reynolds; D Mocleon ; T. Doys ; S. Toussieh ; B H itchcock ; D. Browne; G. Anderson; R. Coldwell; C. Clork; S. Gorhom; K Sheridon; A. Scott; O Sodler; D Pojok M iddle, R. Gongle; P. Golden; J. Word; M Rudge; E Corrigon; J Turner ; M. Bettsok ; E Suorez; P. Koncir; D Ryter, captain. B o tt o m : D Sikorsk i ; J Steiner; C. Holmes, captain; M Walker; B Smith ; J. Hotz; P Rogers ; H. Gundersen; M. Howe; D Horn ed; S. Rowley; B Maxwell; D. Btesh.

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B. Maxwell shows fine style in the swon dive Rogers and C. Holmes cool off before swimming workouts. T Days and B Moxwell race ,n the pool Doys and B. Maxwell storl off on the backstroke

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L ook out! I m coming through! CharlIe watches as Donny s h o w s u s how t o hit t ha t boll. Boys' Intrallllu'als Participation was at an all time high in thi s year' s intramural program. This was especially tru e in the interclass track meet, where competi tl o n proved to be exceptionally keen The "AA" tackle football league also proved to be a high light in this year' s program. The sports that were offered this year were as follows, football, basketba l l, bowling, golf, horseshoes, ping pong, softball, swimming, tennis, and water polo. The intramural program in Balboa High School i s for the purpose of offering enough activities to students so that every student, regardless of ability, has a chance to participate in some phose of s chool athletics. Hey! Where' s the rest of my team? One wouldn't think they would have to warm up for a game in the tropics.

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All righI, grab Ihe flag and nol my arm. Playing a hard game of boskelball can be h o t work in the tropics. The boys seem to really enioy their game of fable tennis. Wow! I almost missed II cerlainly pays 10 be ,oll So do Ihese! 55

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" A LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS-B ack row, C. Thompson; l. Reyes; J. Hotz ; S. McKay; J. Mo lone; C Davis ; B Heilman. F ron t row: L Raymond; C. Herr; J Lawler ; J Trib e. 6 LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS-T op, l e ft t o right : S. Cruz; K. Flowers; D. Harned; L. Sibauste; R Van Dyke ; S. F igu eroa. B o tt om: M Downing; M Lavallee ; I. Clark. Girls' SI)Orts There was a good turnout for the girls' intramural sports program, w hich included volleyball, basketball, bowling, and sohboll. Teams were formed, and active l earn competi t ion look place. All Stars were chosen in vo lleyball and baske tball, and the "A" League All Stars played the Cri stobal and Conal Zone Junior College "Au league teams in exci ti ng games. The "6" League All Stars played the Cristobal "6" L eaguers. The Bowl i ng All Stars were taken from both "A" and "B" Leagues by picking the five girls with the highest individual scores. They played both the Cristobal and C.Z. J.c. teoms. Those girls making All S l ars for th e first lim e and p laying o ne full game rece ive a letter and also meet the qualifications for th e G i rls' A thl etic Associa ti o n When a girl has l e ttered in All Stars, she receives a gold basketball or volleyball for the All Star team that she mode. If she continues to make All Stars in t his sport in succeeding years, she receives a bar. All Star and intramural partICipation awards will be given oul at the Awards Assembly Strike one! The pause that refreshes after bowling.

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" A LEAGUE AU STARS-Top row lell to right, J Hotz, S. McKoy J Malone; C SChultz; A. Schmidt B, Hedman; C Thompson Kneeling : J lawler C. Herr J Tribe 6 LEAGUE AU-STARS-Stonding left to right 6 Perra; M, Downing; K. Flowers; l Sibou Ie, 0 Horned. H Meggers; D. Folse, R. Monzon. Kneeling S. Cruz, R. CovIngton; I. Ariana_ I Berg Clarf Will it clear the net IS the question' those hock.ey gIrlS' Suspense I I

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Freshmen Sophomores .J IIl1iOlJS scribe their scribbles into words. 58

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It' s nol a bug. It s louis Batemon welding in metal s hop. W e even hove s t oves in the tropi c s Skipper Rowley works hard on his mop for United Slat es history 59

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Top, l eft t o right: D. Btesh; J. Ashton; R. Agerenon; F Adoms; T. A l eman; G. Abadi; B. Amar; B. Austin; D. Bradshaw; J Nickerson; J Blevins; R. Butler; W. Beordall. Middl e : S. Adams; F. Andrews; J A l meda; J. Blaney; W. Brawn; B. Battista ; R Burdo; S. Berg; B. Arnold; G. Arias; D. Barger; R. Bettis; P. Beeby. B o ttom : M. Borowiec; R Adams; R. Arthur; F. Ammirati; J. Bateman; G. Anderson ; E. Bleakley; D Brown; C. Bri dges; T. Bright; W. Browder; J. Bassett. T o p l e ft t o r ight: L. Corrigan; M Bradley; B. Bongiorni; J. Dem i ng ; J. Crone; L. Cortelloni; E Drew; L. Barn hart; S. Dunn ; E Conn; D Bremer ; B. Bell; B. Bowman; M Baggott; B. Boatwrigh t ; P Black. Middle: C. Brown ; R. Dillon ; S Bindulski; D. Baltozer ; R. Bennett; M Dorsett; S. Donelan; B. McGowin; R Colclasure; L. Broun; C. Braden ; B Bell; W. Cofer; M Dubbs; M Brannan. Bott o m J. Barrett; T. Casco; S. Bishop; J. Dyke; E. Carrigan; J. Dworak; R Denson; R. Daniel; W. Camp; H. Smith; J. Dykhu is; B. Cole; J. Branch; L. Bot zenmayer; B. Christensen. Top, left to right, T. Ebdan ; R Casteili; J Finlasan; J Days; J. Clarke; L Cunningham; C. Carey; W. Engelke; M. Ddls; S. Daubin; S. Davis ; E Cart er; A Durham; J Forbes; J Fortune ; J Chase. Middle C. Ha llowell; B Dykes; J. Cantreil; L. Degenaar; G Gilly; P Greene; P Golden; M Cooke; M. Gagan; D. Grim; R. Gandy; J. Eberenz; p, Corrigan; M Coppenhover; B Deming; G. Garcia. B o tt om : P. Davis; E Eddlemon; J. Freeman ; W French; A. Edwards; C. Fitzgerald; G. Daughtry; R. Glazer; W. Fink; J. Farrell; F Gonzalez; S. Davis; N. Crawford, P. Crook.

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Top left to right, M. Hurtado; K. Freede; J. Helsel; T. Kelly; B. Gerhart; E. Enriquez; l. Gill; S Freemon; R. Fulop; T. Joggers; A. LeBrun; e. Lorn; D. Des Voigne; B. Faircloth; M. Powell; P. Elia; S Harari. M iddle, l. Hirschmann; l. FanIon; A. Estrada; D. Hansen; E. Hill ; V. Hill; R. Keller; J. luhr; M. Husted; L. Herring; M. Koncir; F Huddleston ; K. Egolf; P. Freiershous; N. Hiegel; E. Idol; R. Hern. Bottom J. Lawler; K. Hughes; A. Carroll; e. Howell; J. Kolenda; F. Hinek; B. Herrero; L. Frauenheim; T. Wolf; D. Jenkins; G. Lord; P. Woods; J. Hare; J. Lawrence; F. Hood; J. Hawkins; V. Grimes. Top left to righ t K. McCarthy; J. Kirkland; P. McCarthy; D. McKenna ; D. Oglesby; R. Monzon; e. Mugnier; P Monos; J. Isbell; M. Madura; D. Moses; E. Motheney; A. McGuire; S. Lemmer, M i ddle: M. Lewis; lemasters; M. McCarragher; J. Montovoni; G. King; R. larsen ; G. Johnson; S. Mohr; S. Jones; l. O'Quin; R. Jones; C. Michael; L. Mattice; T Plowman. Bottom: S. Logassie; S. lively; Z. lugo; W. McCord; W Moeller; T. Moore; T. Lake ; F. Longford; M. Metheny; G. Metzger; N Middleton; J. Potter; G. Powell. T o p l e H t o r i ght : 0. Roes; R. Snyder; P. Pires; J. Reichart; R. Rice, C. Roger; E Stallworth; J Stevenson; C Rowen; G. Silvas; B. Rogers; R. Street; B. Stephan, S. Sommerville; N, Perez. M i dd le: D. Paperno; T. Rizcallo, F Snyder; P. Sheridan; D. Rudy; e. Schwarzrock; e. Osborne; J. Suarez; W. Stielau; G. Sevier; A. Smith; E. Ott J, Pennington. Bottom: C. Prescott; J. Slice; J. Vecchione; C. O'Donnell; R. Rivera; F Simmons; F Smith M. Rudge; W. Smith; F Stewart; R. Sexton; R. Sprague.

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Top, left t o right, P. Taffe; L. Sikorski; R. Von Dyke; S. Wallace; S. Smith; L. Sullivan; P.Stokes; M. Von Loon ; C. Valderrama; W. Wilkinson; l. Stratford; C. Southwell; M Pruitt. Middle, S. Wenborne; J Tilley ; B. T rahan; A. Wilmoth; B Voche; J Sutherland; S. Whitmore; M. Simpson; E. Wirtz; B. Walker; R. Wilson; M Urrutio; F. Walker. B o tt om, J. Word; C. Zelnick; R. Zirkman; W. Utley ; P. Underwood; J Till ey; L Wilson; D. Winn; J. Thompson ; D. Trosavage ; M. Yohros; J. Whaler. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSOR-Left t o r ight, John Deming, vice-presiden t ; Dolys Bremer, secretory; Worden French, president; Mr. Myers, sponsor. FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE Top row, l e ft t o right: S. Lagassie; l. Frouenheim ; J Sutherland Middle row: B. Rogers; S. Bindulski. B o ttom r ow: l. Gill, K. McCarthy; P. McCarthy. The first few weeks we were excite d but sc-o-r-e-d-! Yet when everybody just seemed to accept us we felt pl e a se d and fell right int o step with our upper classmen Our new experience b egan with th e election of Worden French, presid e nt ; John D em ing vice-preside nt ; and Did i Br emer, secretory. Appointed chai rman of the showcase committee was Barbaro Rogers FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE-Top, l e ft to right D Moses; C. Boughman; P. Dav Is; R. Jones. Third row: E. Matheney; D Bremer; L. Cunningham. S econd row: R. Van Dyke; R. Monzon. Kneeling: R lirkman; B Bowman.

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Top left to righL G Brannon. J M adura, J Sulh1.lof' M. Nohlllud. B Rat hgeber Saltom : E Plerce left 10 nght: B Thrift, K MOlor o JenklflS; J Fernon, D. Cunning hom, R Edmondson. T Kosko. J MelCoif, B Vollion l J. Bronk, H Gnffln; B. Lemmer. J. Hunter M. Arosemeno. D. Sikorski. R. PrulII Mony different outside events odded fun t o work the lorgest one being our annual freshmon party. Dancing. rood games and 0 talent show mode the porty unforgeltoble. We are looking forward to our sophomore year in the best school "our own" S H S with hopes thol it will equol the memoroble experiences of our firsl yeor in high school. L e ft 10 roghL ( Colling, S Rou>c, B JenkIn' J Moore. G f-.Jf.:!wcll, r T c<;tp' P Thonlos FRESHMAN SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Top left to right: l Degenaar l nOinghom FRESHMAN CO ORDINA TlNG COMMITTEE-Left 10 right: M. Nohmod cholfman. J. Thompson. Unpic lu'ed, J. Wo,d. C F"zgemld I -.-. --, .""'1' -I _I, \ -, /, G Garcia; C Boughman, B RC'ger' ha man. Bollom : S logo5Sle P Do l Gd: Not pictured : R Zlrkmon.

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Sophomores T o p l e ft t o r i gh t J. Bryant; K Casey; J. Bellus; K. Bossett; K. Beasley; S. Allen; C. Bradshaw; F. Baggott; R. Amoto; A. Braswell ; K Clark; K Curtis; J. Behar ; J. Brinkley; R Covington. Mi ddl e : R. Blevins; B. Batchelder; M. Brandon; B Burns ; S. Boker ; B Bartlett ; M Bowen ; A. Cheung ; J. Chedester; D. Carey; E. Cox; K. Bough man; P Abodi; R Allen. B ottom, D Baus; S. Allen; B Archibald; M. Bettsak; C. Berg; T Bembenek; F. Bright; K. Amato; T Arnold; A Barley ; M Cassidy; A. Altizer. T o p l eft to r ight : D Chassin; J. Deemer ; P. Dempsey ; E. Eisenmann ; M. Dejernette; G. Estrada; J. Conklin; F Davis; J. F erau d ; N Edwards ; H. Elliott; B Flumach. Middle, K. Flowers; J. Doughty; G. F i t zgerald; C. Dalke; M. Cluver; S. Fields; D Crook; J Doherty ; J. Fields ; M Davison ; I. Darling. B o tt om, A E berenz; B. Ca l dito; D. Dombrowsky; R. Coldwell; C. Clark; E Dolan ; J. Catron; L. D ial; M Daniel; D. Fulop; J. Cole.

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Top Left to right, V Lombroio; J McNolI; L. Moxwell; A. Muller; N Lotvin, K. Mohl, R. Lowson; P Me Keehon; P McGuire; l Kielhofer; G. Kent; J. Meriwether; R. McConoughey M iddle; S. loquidoro; V Ogden; I. Machoelis; D. Monteoth; B. Glove; K. MacKenzie; J Nickerson; J. King. M. Orr; A Leonard; K. Kirchmier, C. Lopez; E. Morris. SoHom: J Marsholl; R. Morris; C. McMath; G Ness; M. Norron; B. Miller; C. Mire; E. lince; R. legglere; J Meyers; D. Moe leon; T More; J. Kimboll Top, left to r i ght, D. Peorce; C lowrence; S. Roymond; J Steiner; J Phelon; C. Ridge; E Shofer, Peorl; D. Rogers; G. Rombo; N Porker; M. Richters; J Retllnger Middle; J Price; J. Reod; P Rogers; F. Roe; E. Ruess; H. Raymond; P. Rose; V. Perro; E. Price; D. Patterson; B. Sander; R. Parker Bottom : A Schwalm, D. Smit h; L. Sprodlin; J Peorson; B. Plice t ; B. Ruiz; D Pojok; A Scott; C. Rentz; M. Schoch; K. Sheridon; E. Rennie; R. Scot!

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CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSOR G Ness, p re SIdent ; B Bartlett secretory ; R Coldwell, vice pres ident ; M r Cas e, s p o n so r CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE left to right: V. Ogde n ; B Wheaton, choirman ; G N ess; P McKeehan. SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Top, l e ft to right; J R e ttIng e r ; S. H e l e; MIChaelis; C. McMath; M Conover; C. Tho mpson ; D Horned ; C Huff. M iddle; S Allen, M. Davi son; B. Bartl e tt ; E Cox; K Flowers; 0 Beasley. Bottom : G. Va l e; E Eisenmann; F Da v is; N Litvin; M. Stoakley SADI E HAWKINS COMMITTEE Top row, left to right: C. McMath, choirman; R Allen; D Wheeler; J Doherty Third row: G Perro ; B Bartlett; B S t iles ; J Rettinger Second row: R Blevins ; J King; N Lit vin ; N Swenson. Bottom ; V Ogden; K Beasley ; J Deemer.

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S It I) II It III n II r s At we (ltQ Ilcody half wuy rhrough oncl oimosl reody 10 begin the Third lop as mighty Juniors, wl,h hopes Ihor I I will prO\lc to be as succerstul 05 our year hos been Surely you'll never forgel r he unforgclloblc evenl, our very own Sadie Hawkins Donce wil h Penny Woring as DOlsy Moe and Fronk Brighl as li" Abner Daisy Moe's dreams for on Ideal Lt" Abner came Irue In Judy ROllinger's fanTasy. "Sogo of Oogporch." Ginny Perro and her COITlfnlltee orc 10 be commended for T heir elfonSo In lIIolon9 II a huge success Who could help bur hovc liked rhis pm' year With such leaders as Gory Ness, preSident. Roy Coldwell, vice presldenl, and Barbaro Bonlelt, secretory Mony other events and lOiS of fun and work mode dlls 0 nC\lcr fa-belorgoflen yeor SADIE HAWKINS COMMITTEE-Top left '0 right: B Bortlefl, M Dovison, T Ho_ Middle: J Reod. K Hole. J Deemer Bollom, G Vole j Ogden; V Perro, choirman FROLIC COMMITTEE-Top left '0 rig h., R Coldwell; B. Miller Third row D. Whe Ip R Thompson. Second row: J I< r g. Deemer Bottom : G Ne chOirn Oil U N PIC T U RED SOPHOMORES -Standing, l efl to rig h t : R BIt. In T H, G Vo M ). t A. len, F Dolo' M Dolo' SlUi n g G, Hesfers; 0 Horned. B 1111(;0 Allen, D Hoenke

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Juniors Top left to right, E. Boysho; S. Cruz; J. Cameron; M. Chose; W. Allen; P. Allen; l. Arroyo; H Barker ; P. A lex onder; P. Andrew; B. (on nard; N. Clarke; Z. Alers; N. Bouchmon; L Berg. Middle: K. Cox; V. Bennett ; B. Baus; J. Beeby; T. Arias; J. Aleman; R. Brown; B. Clark; F Arthin; S. Booth; S. Barrett; J. Borr; S. Clinely; J Adkins; J. Clore; B. Campbell. Bottom D. Abell; J. Bradley; A. Azcarrogo; D. Brown ; B. Bruhn; T Ashton; l. Bot e man; W. Boyett; P. Blades; D. Adams; D. Brown; R. Bailey. T o p l eft to right S. DeVore; M. Downing; G. Frederick; R. Dohlhoff; G. Endora; P. Von der Dijs; C. Davis; S. Eastman; P. Flatau; S. Figueroa; Z F i gueroa. Middle, C. C h ose; C. Dimpfl; C. Dorfman; C. Eggleston; R. Eisen ; G. Castro; R. Chon is; M. Fanton; F Dioz; G. Ely; T. Durfee ; M Canham. Bottom B. Claxt on; T Days; P. Cor rigon; D. D eslandes; R. Engle; R. Durling ; B. Dyke; K. DeGon; J. Engelke; D. Eisenmann; E. C h alujo; T. Cun ningham.

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Top left 10 righl; T Pena; M. Pena; M. Miller; M. Smilh; P Margan; H Mendez; M. Pierce; B Maxwell, M. Moses; S. Morency; H. Meggers; Y. Middlelon; S. Snyder; S. Reihart; B. Parker Middle; J. Orliz; V. Mauldin; J Mar ris; S. McKoy; E. McNeil; L. Odenz; J Moreno; R. Lou; L. Reyes; E Siancook, J Malone; S. Sack. B. Perra Bottom: A. Perez; F. leves; W livingston; W loor; A. O'Leary; A. logossie; G, McKenna; C. Leves; H. lavender; C Pearson B. McNamee; G. O'Sullivan; M. Nahmad Top left 10 r ighl; S Wilson, A. Varela, A. Tapia; M. Walker P Tale; B SCali, R Tercos; S. Rowley P VOO" meyer F Romero; K. Weeks; S. Watson; C. Touchet M i ddle: R Renlfrow; E, Suarez K. Zimmerman O. Wn stead; G Sigl P Vale; L. Taylor A, Wood; M. Walson; E Thompson; S. Tillmon, R Wallace D Ve>tal. J Wilber; C Sucre. Bottom ; J. While, R Winberg. J Wallace; J. Reynolds, J. Snodgrass S ou".eh a S"dl D. Sullivan; T Womble; R. Shuey. L Mortonelli; W Wdl.ams; D Turner H Siahl 69

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70 CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE-Stond;ng left to ,;ght, S Snyder ; J Kintner; K Davis; M Ward; M Fanton ; A. Wood; S Booth; P Blad e s ; B Clark; B Boyett, M. Wats on ; C. Dimpfl, chairman; E Gerhart; H Meggers; M SmIth ; I. Clark. F ront, l eft to r ight : D Browne; M Nahmad; H feeney. Bock left t o ,;ght B W;tl;ams ; A O'leary; D Eisenmann ; A Azcorrogo Our junior year was hard, bul we hod fun while we worked. J ohn Morris was elected our president; Carlos KiomcQ, vice president; and Ann H askell, secretary. Carol Dimpfl reigned over our beautiful Starlig ht Chri stmas Formal, which one en tered by crossing over a cleverly-designed bridge into a wonderland of silver stars and lillie reindeer. The big social event of the junior and senior classes was the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom Gelting our junior rings was one of the most wonderful even t s of the year. We realize thaI at last we are reaching the top ... our senior year! BANQUET COMMITTEE Bock l e ft to dght, R E;sen; l. K;ng ; T Cunn;ngham; K. DeGan; T Womble; S Toussieh, chairman; L. Thompson; E Chaluja; P Corrigon. Front, l eft to right: P. Tote; P Vole; E Eggle ston ; S Cruz ; A Varela; H. Mendez; E Thompson ; L. Kirkland. Knee ling: S. Barrett N o t Pictur e d : C. Dorfman; N Durl ing ; J. Fields; B Hossler; A. Perez; J Wallace.

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JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE-Top row left to r i ght : C Davis; 0 Browne. chairman, Third row : S. Morency; L Odenz, A. Haskell S e cond P Flalau; M Walson. P Voorfmeyer Firs t : P Margon, 5 DeVore SHOWCASE CHAIRMEN lell 1 0 r igh i K Cox, E Siancook M Walker CO ORDINATING COMMITTEE l ell 1 0 righi S Morency. chairman; L Hinkle. G Frederick JUNIOR SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE Top lell 1 0 righi R Dahlh ,II Kearn S McKoy, G, S'91 M Gore,a, SEa>! mon 0 VestQ Knee ling : French l Hinkle, chairman, J Morri! Hoi gerson, E Suarez Not pictured: 0 Abell, T L Boteman, J Beeby V Ben. lell, G Castro, T Durfee W Fl-ro E Howe l Reyes; J WIlber 71

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72 Seniors This passageway, deserted b y the "class of '58," may be cement and s tone; but it holds m emories of fou r yeors of our l ives that won' t soon b e f o rgott e n

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The seniors losl year to look ot the Daily We heor thot college composition will be even horder thon this! The mighty seniors hove fun ot the Inougurol 8011. 73

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Top l eft t o r ig ht : D Randel; M. Hazera; C. Douglas; W. Halvosa; P. Delegado; G. Alexander; l. Estenoz; P Bennett ; S Clemmons; J Grubbs; F. Harley; E. Burch; J Chose; J Cordovez; C. Toothm on; B. Bateman; C. laatz; M C rook ; l. Beckley Fourth row: J Esslinger; E Cunningham; R. Kielhofer; A. Nahmad; J. Cosca; J Curtis ; F Andrew; W Fullman; E. Chism; W. le Blanc; R. Duron; V. Avil a; E. Ameg l io; S. Johansson; E Errhall ; G Barbier ; R Eggles t on; F. Dube; A. Libert. Third row : C. H err; E. Kaan; J. Eglinlon; H Adams; J Full e r ; H Brid R Kessler; l. Masteliari; C. Cambra; S. Aliponga; R. Cas i ra; J Entebi; E F o lse; S S itt on; N Hughes; J Dlmpfl; l Burillo; E Bailey; F T ownsend. S e cond row : B. Calvo ; A. Garay; C. Covi ngt on; M. Con o v e r ; C. Jack s on ; B Bishop ; D H utchison; S Fawcett; D. Jones; E. Damerou; B Belz-Mykland ; J Barnes; l D e w ; J Dunn ; A Frangioni ; R Gandy; M Hunyadi; M Dew; B Crowe. B o ttom row: S Sasso; S Canas; F Padua; l Breeding; R Head; P Cunningham; R Berman; M Greene; M Reimann ; A. de 10 l as l ra ; R Curro; S Dunnmg, D C hon ; D Aydelkop; J Garcia; S Farbman ; M Jordon; D Young ; M Orliz ; F Bauchnwn 74 Victor Avila Dora Adyelkop Raul Barbara Paul B enne tt B ernice B etz-Mykland Luis a Burill o D o lly Chan Joan Dimpfl Sheila Farbman Sabra Fawcett Rochelle Head Mary Hebert Emma Kaan C esar Kiamco Virginia L ivingston Sue Mable

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CliiSS 01' 1955 Top, left 10 right : J Trower, B. Scott; F. Miller; l. Siegel; G. Wales; R. Toledano; C. Wommack; R. Moore; P Saxon; D Reece; R Boggs; D. Tote; R. Million; E. Shorpe. Fourth row M. Smith; B. Sikorski; l. Wong; 0 Nunez; C. McGriff, R. Hoyden; N. Pedersen; C. Meggers; T. McKeown; B. Priest; E. Madura; W Svab; D. Ryter; J. lawler Third row V. Quiros; l. long more; M. Vivos; G. Slice; H. Wokefield; S. Purdy; l. Raymond; F Skinner; B. Sander; G. Medino; A. Rentz; D. Miller; C. Mastellar;; R. Volentine; S. Nelson; M. Trosl Second row : D. Rogers; S. Schneider; J. Ricks; B. Preston; C. Zirkman; S. Metheny; D. Rose; A. Schmidt; B Rodoniche; M. Moreno; J Livingston; M. Smith; J. Tribe; N. Therrell; J. Zordon; T McCullough; K. Managon Bottom row: P. lorrinogo; N. Raybourne; M. Varela; K. Magnuson; B. Spencer; M. Smith; F. Paige; l. Pearl; L. Word; D. Stringer; L. Parsons; M. Storr; G. McCullough; M. lovollee; S. Moble; A luddy; E Olove, C. Upszyc; E, Maduro Fronk Miller Albert Nahmod Sandra Nelson Frances Paige Harriet1e Pre s Ion Virginia Quiros Don Randel l y nn Raymond Dan Ryter Robert Sikorski Sam Sitton Janet Tribe Joe Trower George Wales leonardo Wong Caroline Zirkmon 75

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The Balboa High School CLASS OFFICERSL eft t o right Mary Hebert, president; Eileen Domerau, secretory; Raul Barbaro, vice-president. lIi stol'Y 76 We're seniors now, but not for long. Soon, All ou r h ig h school doys will be memories. Would you like t o rel ive your high sch oo l doys? Con you take it? W e' r e the fre s hman class of Balboa High! Only freshmen, but in high sc hool at lost. Now we con choose our own officers. Don Ryl e r Terry Corrigan, and Mary Hebert are e lect e d to lead us through our first year in high sc hool. Soon th e firs t high school donce i s here. Aren' t we exci t ed? If only these freshman boys wou ld ask the girls 10 go! Christmas vocation is here; bu t let's no t be too e lat e d : ou r first semester exams! W ell, we passed them. The year flies now. Soon i l,ls May and exams again! Freshmen again? No, we made il! Class of 1958

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There s only one recompense for summer s being over We" re sophomores! Look how little those freshmen seeml Elections come again, and we experienced volers elect Terry Corrigan, Don Ryter and Amy Luddy. All we hear is to work hard in order to have more time for fun in our lost two years. But some of us feel, "We' re sopho mores now; we'll have fun NOW! Oh, but we don' l know what' s ahead of us, do we? Summer comes and summer goes. We' re juniors But that' s not so important as being upperclassmen! We' re almost as good as the seniors! This year we vale David Tote, AI Nohmod, and Joan Oimpfl to lead us. The big moments that we look forward to this year are the Junior Senior Banquet and Prom. And we have a wonderful time at both! Final exams, and summer is ours again. This routine would be ge1ting monotonous if we didn t dream of being seniors next year! This is i.,,! We ore SENIORS!!! MIGHTY SENIORS!!! Even .he juniors look small now. Mary Heber1, Raul Barbaro, and Eileen Domerau are the leaders whom we choose this year. We see our lost high school football games this seoson. The lost time to yell for our team! The end of the first six-weeks finds us in the counsellors office finding out if we have enough credits to make it or not. Since we find out that we might, we are encouraged to go on. AI lost the day arrives for the senior pictures; we get out cops and gowns. But after Christmas vocation we hove to bring them bock. Isn' t that terrible? The Volentine Formal is the big closs donee this year! And we have a boll, don' t we? Now we are not certain if we really wont to leave school or not. Next on the school roster are the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom Just imagine, the lost times that our Closs of '58 will be together at a B. H. S. donce. Are we as eager to get out of school, now that all that is left i s graduation? We are excited, yet really sod down deep inside. CLASS SPONSORS-Mr Allen B Ward, Miss Mary B righam. n

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78 COORDINATING COMMITTEE-S e a. e d l e ft '0 rig h. H Adoms; C. Zirkman. Standing : D. Tat e; E Koen ; P Benne tt ; L. D ew; A. Nohmod. N o t P icture d : D. Ryter; J. Trower. Sen II GROUP PICTURE COMMITTEE-Top l e ft 0 right: A. Goray; E Olove; J Garcio; R Gondy B o tt om: S Dunning; L Raymond I NDIV IDUAL S ENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE-le ft 0 right: H Wakefield ; F Skinner; F Bouchmon; J lawler; S, Nelson, chairman. N o t Pictur e d : B Sikorski.

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lors SENIOR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE-Slonding left 'a righ', M. Lav. allee; S. Purdy; J. Dunn; J. Eglinlon, chairmon; L. Burillo. Seo'e& D. Moore; G. Burch; R. Barbaro; T. Corrigan. Un pictured: S Paige. CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE-S'anding left '0 righ', O. Nunez; T. McCullough; D. Aydelkop, choir man; L Papazian; N. Hughes; B. Spencer. Kneeling: A De La LaSlro. CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS COM MITTEE-S'anding left '0 righ', D. Slringer; D. Rose. BoHom, R Heod; L. Peorl; s. Word, chairman; D. Chon; N. Raybourne. SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE-S,onding left '0 righ' M. Hunyadi; M. Smi,h; D. Miller; C. Covington; l. MostelJori, Bottom: E. Damerou; S. Farbman, chairman; F. Miller. SENIOR RING COMMITTEE-Left '0 righ' B. Rodaniche; Schneider; S. Mable; M. Conover. Not pic.red : M. Mooney.

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HELEN A ADAMS "How;" Panama, R d e P 'Her wil is the spark behind every e:xplosion." Sock & Bu s kin 4 ; Co-ordinoling (amm. 4 ; Singing Volentines 4 ; Chorus 1, 2 4 ; Chorus Sec 4 ; Glu Club 4 ; Glee Club Sec., lib. 4 ; 8kB Inlro. 2,3, 4 ; Bowling Inlro. 3 4 ; 58 2 ; VB Inlro. 1 2 3 4 ; Jr.S Prom 3 ; Jr.S Banque t 3 ; Grad. Usher 3 ; School T V Program 4 ; -rnming of Chris' 4 ; Girls Stole 3 HENRY ADAMS Aneen Conal Zone P e lives 01 ease with all mankind." ( a .nero Club 3 ; lellermen', Club 3 4 ; Ph'logrophy Club 3 ; S A Alt. 2 ; 88 3 4 ; Bowling Inl.o. 4 ; Oral hom 3 Honor Guard 2 ; Rifl e Team 2 ; Boys' State 3 ; R.O.T.e. P V T GARY ALEXANDER Sputnic" Memphis. T e nnessee "Friendly guy with a great big smile," Glee Club 3 ; BkB 1 2 3 4 ; Fa ye!!!! County High School : f Club 3 4 ; !!ooler Club 1,2 3 SELSO E. ALIPDNGA B aby" Ancon, Conal lone "l,fe is not life o t 011 without delight" Pan American Club 3 ; Spanish Club 3 ; Usher Guard : R O TC PVT ; ArIes y Ol'ciol, VB 2,.3, Bond 3 ; FB 2 3 : BkB 2 ; Fourth of July Comm EDGAR E AMEGLIO Calfj Panama, R d P "A big smile indicoles a 10lle of life." Sock & Bus k in ; Bond 1 2 3 , Bond Vice P,u_ ; Glee Club 3 ; Orch. 1 ,2; Trock ; "Sefort th e COHida 3 ; Corniyol Donce I Pep Bond I ; Ger man Bond I ; Noon Orch 1,2 I VICTDR H AVILA Vic Panama, R d e P "Quiel ond shy, but quite 0 guy." Camero Club 2 3 ; Chen Club ; Sock & Bus k in ; French Club 3,.; Pa n Amerkon Club 1 2 ; Pan American Club VkeP res 3 P r es. ; Chrmon Pan Amer Day Anembly ; Spanis h Club 1 2 Vice P res 3, P res ; Uniled Not ions Club 3 ; Parrakeet 2,3 ; Parrakeet Ad S elle rs 2 ; Mgr. Parrakeet Ad S ellers 3 ; Ch o ru s 1 2 ; Seyen leenth Summer 2 ; Mrs McT hing ; Ushe r Guard 2 3 ; Jr .Sr. Prom 3 ; Corni yol Dance 1 2 3 , Chrmon 3 ; Pho logropher 3,.; SFC. 3, R O T C. DDRA AYDELKDP Dar;" Panama, R d e P Her ways are ways of pleasantness." FHA 4 ; library I ; Pan American Club 2,3,.; Spanish Club 2,3,.; United Notions Club 3,.; Choru s 1 2 ; akB In Ira. I ; VB In Ira. I ; Cop & Gown Chrmon . ; Carnival Dance 3 ; Awards Day Comm ; "The Wonder ing Dragon 3 ; Molh Club 1 2 ELAINE BAILEY P e n s o colo, Flor ida "Peace ond quietness ore th e mos l valued possessions," Clinic A ssis t 2 ; Office Assist 2 ; Jr,' Sr. Banque t 3 RAUL F. BARBARA Tucson Arizona Every inch a king; every foot a ruler." l e tt e rmen's Club 2 3, ; N S P A 3 ; Quill & Scr oll ; Get Acquointed Danc e 4 Visitor's Day Comm ; FB 3 ; BkB 2,3, 4 ; Bka Inlro 3 ; Swimming Intro 3 ; T rack 2,3,.; Track Intra, 2 3 ; R O T.c. PFC., 2 ; Junior Ring Comm 3 ; Sr. Activity.; Closs Vice Pres, School T V Program ; Boys' State 3 ; Parrakeet 3 E d GEDRGE H. BARBIER Aneon, Conal Zon e "A 101 of work ond a lillie more wilt open 011 th e future's doors." l elte rmen' s Club 2,3,.; S A Alt 2 ; Co-ordinating Camm . ; h :chonge Comm . ; GetAcquointed Dance ; Inaugural Boll.; S A Officer Pres, ; S A Rep, 3 ; T icket Sales 4 F8 3 ; fS Intro 1 2 ; B8 3 ; Bk8 3,.; BkB Inl,O 1,2; Bowling Inlro 1 ; Swim ming 2,3 ; Swimming Intra. 1 2 3 Cop, Swim Team ; Track 2 ,3,.; T,ock Inlro 1,2,3,.; Awards Boll ; Hal loween Danc e ; F resh Picnic Comm I ; froshSoph. F rolic 1 ; Jr Ring 3 ; Senior R ing ; Boys' Slo l e, T reOI 3 Ann c ... FB Gomes ; A Co CDR, Captain, R O T C

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JOANN BARNES Aruba. N ethorland! W e$! Indio. "AlwaY$ a s p o d do in her foce ond a gleom I n her eye. Pop Club 2 3 ; library Auhl 1 ; QHico Aul.!, 1 : BkB 'n'rQ, 1 2 ; Bowl,n'jl 1"lrQ J ; sa I ; VB Inl r o 1 2 3 4 : Fo)hion Show 2 BRUCE BATEMAN, JR. B ate" Aneon, Conal Zone I l oc k le Ihi n gs as t hey come." lolle,m."' Club 1 2 3 4 ; Football Oonco 3 : Bond 1,2 3 ; fB 1,2 3 4 ; BB 2 3 ; Track 3 ; (0."1"'01 Donee 3 ; T alo", Show 2 , FLORENCE BAUCH MAN "Flosie" Panama, R d e P S he's lillie. bu t 50 is dynami le.' Pop Club 2 4 ; Zo"ion BUlL Stoff 4 ; ChOfUI 1 2 3 ; Ind Sr Pietu"u "', FOlhion Show 1 2 4 LAWSON BECKLEY Brooklyn New York 'II is beller t o be brief I hon t edious." Choru!. 2 3 ; BOYI' Slo'. 3 ; R .OT. C SGT PAUL GROVER BENNETT "P.Jblo Anton, Conal lone His only fault i s I ho l he h a s noroe N H S 3 ; Stomp (Ivb 1 2 ; N S P A : : hom J ; Bocc. Monholl 3 Grod. Mor Ihol1 J ; Honor Guord 3 ; II. O T C LT. COl. ROSEMARY BERMAN Flo, Ponoma, II. de P "lIve,. laughS and love. htor way through life Unh,d Nollon, Club 2 : ChorUI f inion' l Rolnbow" Mok.-up Comm 3 Pullmon Car Hiowolho" 2 ; B, fore Ihe Co"ldo" Mok.up Comm 3 ; "My ClIenl Curley 3 : "MH. M<:Thln;" 4 ; Jr .Sr. 8onque' 3 Corn T vol Donce 3 ; Oromolic, U .h., 1 2 3 4 ; 5howco'. Comm 4 BERNICE BETZ M YKLAND 8 Colon, Po noma Brains and penanalit y lopped off wi l h a winning s m i le," Sock & BUlldn 1,2,3 4 ; N H S A I Noll ThO$pion. 4 ; Pep Club 1 : N S P A 4 Rood I ; Why I Am 0 Bachelor 1 ; 'Slorw090n" 2 ; Se .. enlOenlh Sum mer 3 ; "Mr McHlin,, 4 : Cord. & Announcement. Oromohu U.h., 3 ; Grad. U.h., 3 BARBARA ANN BISHOP B obbie" Bronx, New York "Sincerity i, a charm all l I s o wn." Pep Club 2 ; Office Auill. 2 3 ; ChorUI I : BkB Intra. 2 ; Bowling Intra. 3 VB Inlfo I ; Showco.e Comm 4 RALPH BOGGS Wellsboro, Pennsylvani o "Silently eloquenl Aword. Boll 3 ; Color Guard 2,3 ; Drill reom 1 2 : Honor Guard 2 ; R O T C. M/SGr.; Rifle Team 1 2 ; Sr. Ring Comm 4 ; Cr i.lobol High School Bond I ; OrcheUfO 1 ; Sloge Coni, Comm 1. LINDA ANNE BREEOING "Li lt le Bit" SI. Petersburg, florido 'She has 0 quiet lIke on angel Clin i c Aui.l 3 ; Chorul l A ; FOlhio" Show 2 4 Oonei"" Cl u b 1 ; f H A 1.

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HUMBERTO BRI D "Som b r e r o" Panama, R d e P "I am sure worry is an enemy 10 life. Spanish Club 3 ; Bond 3 4 ; Orchestra 1 2 3 ; Bka Inlro. 2 ; Bowling In lr o '2; Swimming I ; 58 I; Ping Pong 1,2 ; Water Polo 1 2 ; Drill Team 2 ,3,4; Gome U sher 1 ; S F C 4 R.O T C EUGENE BURCH L i ghtn i ng Ft. Benn ing, Georgia "A mon who brushes is beller than one who t urns pole." LeITe. men s Club 3,4 ; FB Dance 4 ; 5 .6.. Rep 3 ; F B 3,4; B kS 4 ; B k a Inlra. 3 ; Track 3,4; R O .r.e., 2nd IT. 4 ; J r .S r Prom 3 ; Sr Act 4 ; Columbus High School: lotin Club 2; Jr. Classical leogue 1 LUISA MARIA BURILLO "Luc hit a" Ponama, R d e P "leave silence 10 Ihe soinls; I om but humon." Astronomy Club 3 ; Soc k & B uskin 2,3 Treas. 4 ; French Club 3 ; F N A 2,3,4; library Pres 2 ; N o ll Thespians 3, Treas. 4 ; Pan American Sec 3 4 ; Span Club 1 2 ; United Notions Club 2,3.4 ; ABembly Camm. 3 ; Drives Club man Cor Hiawatha" 2 ; "Seventeent h Summer 3 ; Before the Cauida" 3 ; Carnival Dance Camm. 2 3,4 ; Grad. Mar shal l 3 ; Talent Show 2,3,4 ; Car n i val Caurl 2 3 ; Pan American Day Asse mblies 3 ; Carnival Queen 4 BLANCA E. CALVO M a mj" Ponomo, R d e P "A heart as good as gold." A s tronomy C lub I ; Sock & Bus kin 1 2 3 4 ; Fre ncn Club 3 ; F N A 2,3, Sec 4 ; Librar y Club I ; Pan American Club 1 2 3 4 ; Spanish Club 1 2 3 4 ; United Not ions 3 Sec 4 ; Clinic A His t 2 ; A s n mbly Camm 3 ; T he Dus t of t he Rood I; "Dow n in tne Volley I ; "londonderry Air" 1 ; "Slorwogon" 2 ; "Finian's Rainbow" 2 ; "Seventeenl h Summ e r 3 ; "The lowland Sea" 3 ; B e for e tn e Couido" 3 ; Mrs. Mc Thing" 3 ; Carnival Donce 3 ; Fashion Snow 1 ; Grad. U s her 3 ; Showcase Camm.4. CARLOS CAMBRA JR. Quico Panamo, R de P Trv e work makes a man." Pon Americon Club 1 ,2,3,4; R O T C. SFc'; U she r Guord 2 ; Corn;vol Donee 2,3 SONIA ANA CANAS Tangiers "little, likeable, and lough-loving." Sock & Buski n 1 2 ,3,4 ; Pan American Club 1,2,3,4 ; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus 1,2, 3 4; "Sunday Costs F ive Pesos" I ; Before the Carrida" 3 ; Jr.-Sr. P rom 3 ; Carnivol Donee 3 ; D rom. Usher 2 3 4 ; Grod. 3 ; Chrman 4. RICARDO A CASIRA Tingo Panoma, R. d e P "For men may come and men may go, but I go on forever." Pan Ame r ican Club 4; FB Intra. 1 ; BkB 1; B k B Intra. 1,2 ; Bowling Inlra. 4 ; Swimming I n lr a 1 2 ; S B 1 ,2; Ping Pong 1 ,2,3,4; Wal e r Polo 1 ,2; Drill Team 3,4 ; R O L C SFC.; Usher Guar d 2 ; Game Usher 1 ; Spanish Club 4 DOLLY ELSIE CHAN Chitre, R de P "A quiet girl of standing worlh is more than a l l Ihe gold on eorlh." F renc h Club 3 ; FNA 2, Sec 3 P res 4 ; N H S 3,4 ; Spanish Club 1,2,3, 4 ; Uniled Notions 3, Vice Pres. 4 ; C hem. Assis t 3 ; P o rr o keel 3; S.A Alt. 2 ; Assembly Camm 4; Bowling I n l ro 2 ; & Ann 4 ; Carnival Donee 3 ; Showcase 3,4 ; Pan American Club 1,2 3 4 JOHN P CHASE Johnn y" Ancon, Conol Zone Never a dull momenl when John's around." Train Camm 4 ; Drill Team 3 ; Hollow een Donee 3 ; R O T C hi LT.; Rifle Team 2,3 4 ; Boys' S l a t e 3 ; 3 EDWARD MYLES CHISM Eddi e" Philodelphio. P enns y lvania "He will succeed for he believes all he says." S I S ianis iou s High School : BB 1 ,2; BkB 1 ,2; Swimming I ; Schoo l Paper 1 2 ; FB Mg . I ; Handball 1 ,2.

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FREDERIC STUART CLEMMONS S t u Colon, R d p 'A",oth en f (O"lrfllf"d 1011 '0(1, n Trod. 1,4 RO.TC. SFC MAXINE CAROL CONOVER Ponomo, II. d e P 'Pep. punch and personality Molh Club 2 Pip Club A i Sc:ilnci Club A CourUllo" Aui'l. I; OH.el Auiu 1 2 3 ; Dri .... A i Choru, A Showeo,. 3, Sr. Rin9 .. 80 U,h" 3 ; Grad U,k'r 3 JULIO E. CORDOVEZ M "Jules" PClnamo R d e P 'He 11'101 hos Q good ond 0 merry hearl has Ihe world for 0 cheering PO" "m,,;con Club 3 4 ; Span;," Club 3 Chorul 1; 88 .. BI,;8 Inlro I," Bowling 'n"Q. COI'l 2." TERENCE P CORRIGAN r C ." Ancon. Conol Zon e 'Man is whot makes women envy eoch other lettermen I Club 3 ; S,. All 1,2,3 G,,Acquoi,.,..d Oonel 2; S,. 1111'_ .. ViSItor I Ooy A i Welfor. Comm. .. FB 3 4 Trock 3 Wole, Polo I Aword, Boll 3, R,O TC 111 l T Fro,n Sopk. Frolic 2. Jr. R'ng 3, Sr A cltvI11 .. Clou P,., 2 Clau Yiee P,., I GERARDO COSCA Mosc.l" Panama, R d e P T Ie 10 hi wo,d, hi and "" fflend F8 I JV Sk8 2, 810.8 Inua, 1.2.34; 80wllng Inl ro, 4 SS I, Traelo. J T,odt In"a, 1 3 4 Ping Pang 23, O, ill ream 2. Hono, Guo,d 2 ; R 0 T,C SFC R.fI. Team 3 U ..... Gua,d 2 CAROLYN COVINGTON "SUIt"" Ancon, Can o l Z o n e A good 9h I unlh,n In 11'1 P.p Club 3, Pr., 4 Offie. Au"" 3.4 Tro,n Comm, 4 81o.S In'ro 3.4. Sowl mg Inlro, 3,4. V8 Inl,a 3," Sr G.ft 4 Anoh m Un,on H'gh School 8ibl. Club 2, Span"h Club 2, 0,,11 Teom 2 MICHAEL HERSH CROOK M,lee" Anco n Conal Zan. A heorl of gold encased In a body of 'Ieel l.lte,m.n, Club 4 f6 Oone. 4 In ougurol 8011 3 ; Choru, 1. F8 2,3, COpl 4 ; Wot.r Polo 2,3,4, R O.T,C, PVT 2 BETTY GWYNN CROWE Gwyn lo Grange, K entucky Tho,(O who knOW her smile know a perfect thing boll Oone. Queen 4 G.IAequointed Oonc. 2; Yi,ilo" Ooy 3;Slorwogon 2; Sev.nl.enlh Summ., 3 ; Award, 8011 4 Halloween Donee 4 R O T,C. Span" CAPT, Sodi. Howk,n, Oone. Cou,1 3, Volenline Fo,mol 4 )" Rmg 3 EDWARD RUSSEL CUNNINGHAM E d Ponomo, R d P Time II bur Ihe stream I go fllhlng in 80nd 4 n 3; 60wling Inlro 3, Swim ",.ng 4 T,ad .. 2, R O,T.'-PFe ),5, P,om 3 PATRICI A ANN CUNNINGHAM Hay t i M,uou,i 'A 9' Kt ""nd POlK-S a I ldom Noll Th.'p,onl 2,3." lib,ory Aui,1 4 Offie. Aui,1 2,3 Cha, .... 1.2.3 I f FHA 3

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R OSE MARIE CURRO "Rosie" Greenville. Mississippi "There's sunshine in 11'101 smile of hers" Pep Club ; Cop & Gown (amm .t; Choctowhalchee High School: Glee Club 1 2,3 JERRY CUR T I S Cud" Ft Worth luau -If fome i s only 1 0 come after dealh, I om in no hurry for it," Chen Club 1 ; f r ..... 1 2 ; football Donce 3 ; fB 3 ; B8 4 : T,oek 4 : Trock Inlro 3 ; Drill Team 2 ; R O T .e. SGT.; (0'";"(11 Donee 3 ; Tolenl Show 2 Whilihoven High School : FB 1 ; 88 1 ; Tro,k I. E ILEEN DAMERAU Leeny" Panama, R d e P "A happy heorl is t he luckiest heorl of all." Astronomy Club 1 ,2; Sock & Bus kin 2 french (h .. b 3 ; library Club 1,2 ; Spanish Club 1 ; Parrokeet Ad Sellers 3 S ... Alt 3 ; Singing Valentines Chorus 1,2,3 4 ; Glee Club 1 ,3,4; "Down in Ihe Volley" 1 ; The lowland Seo" 3 ; Jr .-S,. Prom 3 ; Volentine Formal ; Clan Secretory"; School T V Program ; Ta lent Show 1 ; Girls' State 3 Most Talented; N H S. U sher 3 ; The Com ing of Christ" LAUR A J O Y DEW Voo POO" Oa" and P a r". Flor ida "Born wilh a gift o f laughler. and a sense Ihal Ih e world is mod," N S. P A ; Pottokeet Ad Seliers 3; Zonion ; S. A All ; T icket Sales ; Bond 1 2 3 ,"; BkB 'nlro. 3."; Bowling 'nlro. VB 'nlro. 2.3."; Christmas Formal 3 ; Fre sh. Picnic 1 ; Sadie Howkin, Dance 2 ; Orch.,tro 3 ; Pep land 1 2 ; Sr Co-ordinOling Comm ; IIOT, C. Offi ce Anist MEYLA DEW Dudu" Panama. R de P ''Welltimed silence has much mare eloquence thon speech" FN. A 2; Sponi,h Club 4 ; library Aui,l 3. Pottok 1 Ad Seller, 3; Glee Club 3 4 ; Down in Ihe Volley ; "Th. lowland S.o" 3 ; Molh Club 2,3. Showco,. Comm 4 JOAN DIMPFL P l." Colon, Canal Zone "She's prelly 1 0 walk wilh, willy to talk with. and pleasing l a think on, too." N H S. 3.4; Pep Club 1 ; Moth Club I Sec 2 ; Chemistry Anist. 3 ; S A All 1 2 ; Exchange Comm 4 ; Inaugurol Boll ; S. A Sec ; Ticke t Sales ; Visitor', Day 4 ; BkB Intra. 3 ; VB Intra. 3 ; Awords Boll ; Halloween Dance "; R O T C Spon. Copt. ; Christmas Formal Court 3 ; Freshman Picnic ; Volentine Formol Courl 3 ; Sr. Gift 4 ; Clan Sec 3 ; Showcase Comm. Chrmon. 2, Showcase Camm. ; Window Dis ploy Camm. 2; Girls Slate Senolor 3 CHARLES BUFORD DOUGLA S Chuck" Nas h v ille, T ennessee "When Ihere's fun he's always ready; but for dales his bike's his steady." FB 2.3."; Track 2.3,4 ; R O T C CORP.; Rifle Team 1 ; Cristobal High School R O.T .C. FREDERICK B. DUBE Fred Ancon Canal Zone Th e man wort h while i s the man who can smile." Chorus 1 ; R O T C. SFC. 3 ; R ifle Team 3 ; U sher Guard 3 JACQUELINE L. DUN N J dckie" Panama R d e P "She majors in men and ranks high on their honor roiL Pep Club 1.2 ; Office A ssis t 3; N S P A 4; Parrakeet Ad Sellers 3 ; Ionian ; Football Dance 3,4; Ticke t Sales ; Bond 1 ,2.3; BkB Inlra. 1 3 ; Bowling Summer 3; "My Clienl Curley" 3 ; Awards Boll 4 ; Halloween Danc e 4 ; R O .l.C. Spa n s a r MAJ.; Christmas Formal Chrmon. 3 ; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2 ; Sr ActiYity ; Cheerleader 3.4; Dramalics U sher 3 ; Grad. Usher 3 ; Girls' State 3 ; Flog Twirlers 2 ; lost Will & Test 4 ; Miu Mistletoe 3 SANDRA K A Y DUNNING "Sa n dy" S p r in g d a le. P ennsyl vani a "She's gentle, she's shy. but there's mischief in her eye." Pep Club 2,3 ; Chorus 2,3,4 ; Glee Club 4 ; VB 'nlra. 2 3 ,4; "The Coming of Chrisl 4 ; Sr Group Piclur e 4 ; Fashion Show 2 ; School T V Pro gram 4

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RICARDO J DURAN Dicley" Panoma, R d e P "Tales life I I comes ond loves It.' Sponhh Club 1 ; Soc k & 8u.kl" 1 ; 5.1\ Alt I, S_ .... Rep. 2 / Bond 1,2 : Orch .. -'ro 2 ; Swimming Inlto. I ; D,ill ream tt;, Cuor d 2 ; Showeo,. Comm. 3 ROBERT EUGENE EGGLESTON Bob" Anton Canol Zone "A fellow we're glad we mel for he's a fellow we won"1 forgeL R 0 T C S F C. ; Boy,' S lole 3 JEANETTE MARIE EGLlNTDN "ftte nJej" Aneon, Conal lone "One of the besT Ihings 10 hove up your sleeve is a funny bone." O;5cuuion & Debo'e A ; Soc k & 2,3. 4 ; lib. Club J ; Pep Club 1 ; l i b Aui,l 3 ; N .S. P ."'. 4 ; Porrokeel A Parrakeet Ad Selle" 3 ; Chor"'l I ; Bowling Il'IIro. 3; "Slarwogon" 2; The lowtond Sea" 3 ; Before the Corrido" JOSE ENTEBI "Chito" Colon, R de P "One who never turned his bock but marched ever forwar d," II. O,T .C. SG T,; U,her Guord 2 HERWIG M ERRHAL T "Eric" Bodensee. Germony 'Men of few words are fhe besl men. Phy,iu Aui". A ; Golf Inlro 3 ; Swim ming Inlro. A JOEL CROWLEY ESSLINGER E5J" Anton, Conol Zone "Quiet and loyal. a boy who royal' 2,3,AJ ItO TC. CPt LUIS ESTENOZ M Luch o" Ponomo, R d e P "A slor whose lolenls shine." Sponhh Club 3 ; U.her Club 2 ; Track 3 ; Usher Guo,d 2. SHEILA ANNE FARBMAN Ponomo, R d e P "Her friends Ihere are many Her loe5-ore Ihere any?" Americon Club 1,2, T,eos. 3. Podio men lotion 4 ; Unihld NOlions Club 2 3 ; Spanish 1,2,3 ,.01; Coun,elo,,' Auisl 2 ; Zonion Ad Sellen 2 ; Exchange A i In-, ChorUi I ; B k B Inlro 1 2 ; Bowling Inlro. 2 ; VB Inlro. 1 2 3 ; Down in ,h. Volley I ; "tondondeuy Air I "Slorw090n" 2 ; "Fin ion', Rainbow" 2 ; Seven teent n Summe'" 3 ; The tow. lond Sea" 3; Before the Couido" 3 "Mn, Mc:Thing" 4 ; Sr Gift Comm. Chrmon. 4 ; Bocc U,h., 3 ; Cornivol Donee 2 3 ; Dram Ush., I Chrmon. 2 3 4 ; Showcose Comm 3 ; i(inlock Pork Jr High : Stude,,. Council Rep ., Hondbook Comm SABRA FAYE FAWCETT "S"bi" Birm inghom. Alobomo "loves all. IrusU all, and does wrong 10 none. Sock & Buskin 3 4 ; ChorUI 3 ; Grod. U,h., 3 ; Sr ShowcoJe Comm A ; Wil son High School : A Teen Chorus EDWARD FOLSE "Ed" Panamo, R d e P "Never do lodoy what you con gel someone else 10 do tomorrow Bowling Inlro. A ; II.O.T,C. Sf( 3 ; Crislobal Hig h School: D iH'uuion & lnbole Club 2; Football Donee Comm. 2 ; Orcheltro 1.2 BkB Intra. 1 2,3 A ; SB 1; Pin9 1.2 Orill Team 1.2' II. O.T.C 1,2; Ushe, Guard 1,2,3; Gam. Ushe, 1,2,3; Boyl' SIOle 3 ; Ell" teague Bka 3 ; Donee Comm 2

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ANDREA PEYTON FRANGIONI "Andy" An con. C onal Zo n e "If he were a finer fellow, he wouldn't be human." R O T C SGT 4 ; BkB Inlra. 4 ; Bowling Intra. 4 ; Golf Intra. 4 ; Track Inlra. 4 ; Slate 3 JUDITH ANN FULLER J u dy" Son Francisc o Californi o "Ou,ward quietness, inward sparkle." Bond 1 2 3 4 ; 2 3 4 ; The Du s l of rhe Rood" 2 ; "Sundoy f ive Pe s os" 2 ; "Why I Am (I Boch e lor 2; Mrs MeTtling 4 WILLIAM G FULLMAN Bill Ancon, Canol Zone "Silence is a becoming ornoment 1 0 a young mon," C horus 1 2 3 RUTH ANGELA GANDY Rut h ;" Ancon Canol Z o n e "We hove a woy o f spe lling friendliness; R-U-T H." fNA 4 ; Pep Club 1,2 3 ; Clinic A u i s l 4 ; Welf a r e (amm. 3 ; Chorus 2 ; BkB 1 "1'0. 1 ; VB I n Ira. 1 ; Jr.Sr Banque t 3; S r G roup Pic. ( amm. 4 ; Flo g Twirlen 2. AIDA C GARAY Ponomo, R de P "loyely 1 0 look 0 1 ; deligl'llful to know," l ll e o y C lub; Cho,us; V B JULIETA GARCIA L J u f ie t i ta" L o s A n g e les, C a l i fornia "T'wos her t hinking of o t hers t ha i mode you I h ink o f her." Sock & Bus kin 4 ; Pon American Club 4 ; Cho,u!. 4 ; Cop & Gown Comm. 4 ; 5,. G,oup Pic. Comm 4 ; Moria In. lite,o.y Assembly. MADELIENE MARIE GREENE P onomo R d e P H ave you ever seen a d ream walki ng?" Sock & Bus kin I ; FTA 1 ; lib,a,y Club 1 2 ; P e p Club 2 ; lib. Anisl. 1 2 ; Sadie Hawkins Danc e 2 ; Sacr e d Hearl Acad emy: Sporh Club 3 ; Nurses Club 3 ; VB Inl,o. 3 ; SB Inl,a. 3 ; Carnival Donc e C a mm 3 ; Jr Sr P,am Camm. 3 JUDSON B GRUBBS Jud Fort B enni n g G eorgia "A loll body leaves room for a giganlic heart." BkB 1 ; Drill Teom 2 3 ; Halloween Danc e 4 ; Honor Gua,d 2 3 ; R O .1.e. MAJ. 4 ; Ch,islmos Formol 3 ; Pori CI;nl ion High S(hool: Projeclion Club 1 CAROLY N E HACKETT K arol" Col o n R d e P "She's l illie; she's wise; she's a lerror for her size:' P e p Club 3 ; Clini ( A ss i s i 2 3 ; Fos hion Show 2 WILLIAM T. HALVOSA B i ll y" Ancon, Canal Z o n e "Here's one lor I he galS-l oll, blonde, and lerrific." l o ll e rm e n 's Club 1 2 3,4 ; S. A All 2,3 ; S.A R o p I ; Sof e ly Comm 3 ; Vis ilo r', Da y 4 ; FB 2 3 4 ; FB Inlro. I ; BkB Inlro .. Sadie Howkins Donc e 2 ; Vol entine F ormal 4 ; R O T .e. SGT /

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FREDERICK WILLIAM HARLEY "Shorty Colon. R de P "Courl eou$ hc is. and wIlling 1 0 be o f S("Vlttl l''''rmln" Club 3 4 Parrokeet Ad 5.11.,,3; 68 1 2 3 4 Bowlin; Inlro 1 will come bock 1 0 you. Oil(uuion & Debole Club ; Sock & BUikin 2 3 , FTA 3 ; N H S ; Pep Club 2 ; S A All 2 ; Exchcmge 4 ; In Chorus ; Bowling Inlro 2 ; 'Stor 2 ; Before Ihe Canida" 3 ; Ch"!.lmos formal 3 ; Fresh Pic. I ; Jr" Sf Banque' 3 ; Sodie Howkin!. Donce Comm, Chrmon. 2 ; Jr Ring Comm 3 ; Clan Pres Clou Sec I ; Dram U)hef 2 ; Volentine COUft I ; Zonion Cartoons ; Showca'e Comm 1 2 ; Art Adv;lor 2 : "Bagpipes & COltonet!. 3 CHARLDTIE ANNE HERR Ancon, Conal Zone "She's o lhletlc, fritmdly and ktnd. anal her tu,1 lik e hcr you'll neller find' Sock & B Ulkln 3 ; G A A 1 2 l Pre ; Zonion Ad 5.11." Inoupural 11011 ; Chonn I BlB 1 2 3 ; IIItB Intra Swimm ing Inlro, I ; VII Inlto. 1 2 3 ; Se .. enl.enl h Summer 3 ; Before Ihe COlrido 3 ; M y Cllenl Curley" 3 ; Chr ilimo. formal 3 ; flol h .Soph. frolic 2 ; Volent i n e formal i G A A Donee Dec Chlnlon. 1 2 3 ; Grad, U,he, 3 Bkll All Slor 2 l .. SB All S'or I VB All SlOt 1 2 3 .... Bowlin g l ; Girl. Sleu,l NANCY CLAIRE HUGHES "N;)nce" Ancon. Canot Zone "Silence is more musical than any song Discuuion & O.bo'. 3 ; FlA I ; Pep Club 1 ; Office Anist. 2 3 .. ; U s her Club 1 ; Cop & Gown Comm_ ; fash ion Show 1 2 ; Game U sher 1 ; School T V Program ; Showcole Comm. 3 ; N H S U,hef 1. MATTHEW G HUNYADI M"tt Hodmezovosorhely, Hungary Th e secret a f success is constancy o f purpose." Science Club 1 2 ; Swimming 1 2 ; Ping Pong ; Sr Gifl .. PAUL HARRIS HURST Ancon, Conal Zone "The world no t hing of it) greatell men. Parrakeet Ad Selle" 3 ; fB Inlro 1 2 ; Ushe, Guord 2 DIANNE HUTCHISON ''O J'' Panama, R d e P In goodneu there are all kindi of riches." Pep Club 3 ; Chorus 3 , SB 3 VII Inlro J ; Fashion Show 2 ; Sh o wcole Comm 3

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C HARLES JACKSO N "Tom" Panama, R d e P 'Who I is mon bul 0 wonderful mixture of devil and sain Trod. 3 ; R O T C (PL. 2 3 J,,-S, Banquet 3 ; Jr, 'lor. 1 SYLVIA E VELY N JOHANSSON H eca te" "The mildest manner and the gent ies l heorl," Sod: & Bus kin 1, 3 4 ; Chorus 1 ; "Why I Am 0 Bochelo," 2 ; Sev enteenth Summer" 3 ; 'Mu. McThing" ; Volenl ine Formal 4 ; Grad. Morino!! 3 ; Showcose (amm. J ; U she r J ; 5,hool T V Progrom OONA M JONES D o n ;" Co lon, R d e P "Always on Ihe go-in Ihe midst o f fun." G A A 1 2 3 4 ; Dr'ves 4 ; Singing Volen_ lines 4 ; Chorus 1 2 3 4 ; Glee Club 4 ; SB I ; V B Inlro. 3 4 ; "Coming of Ch,i,t 4 ; S,. Act ivi l y 4 ; School T.v Progrom 4 Oreh Sec. 4 ; Jr.Sr Prom 3 ; Girl,' Slo l e 3 ; Glee Club lib. 4 MARILOU JOROAN L ou" Ha rrisburg P e nn sy l yo nia "When you're laughing. th e whole world laughs wilh you." Zonion Ad Sellen
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PALMIRA LARRINAGA Ancon Can o l Zone "A quIet Mlu wilh 0 smile" Pon Americon Clvb 1 ,2, 3 ; Office An;U U,h,r Club 1.2; Chorul I:, VB Inlra ; Toolh or Sho.... 2; Corn,vol Do"'e I, FOlhion Show 2 .. GA It. Dance 2 Gam. U.h., 1 2 School T V Program Tol,nl Show I MARY JANE LAVALLEE Mickey WorClt\Utr, MOUQ chu$OIt, "Mon hos his will. but woman hen her way." Soc k & Bus kin 1,2,3, 4 ; FNA 2,3, V Prn .i G A A A i Lib Club I ; NolI. Th.spion1 4 ; Pep Club 1 ,2. 3 Clinic Tro i n Comm ; Chorul 2,3,4; Glee Club 4 ; BkS 'nuo. 1 .2, 3 4. Bowling Inl ro. 3 ; f ield Hocke.,. ln lr o 3 ; 58 1 3 ; vs Inlra, 1 2 All SIOfS 4 ; Water Ballo' I ; "Dawn In th, Volley" 1; 'Finlo"' 1 Rainbow 2 ; "SI"'ln'.,nlh Svmm,," 3 ; The lowland Sea" 3; Prom Cou.! 3 ; Sodie Howkinl Dance 2, Sr. Acli .. ity I Drom Uih e r 2,3 ; G.A A Dance .t; Grad. MarlhaU 3; t Slote 3 ; Counielar .t; lOl l Will & TUlomenl ; Coming of Chri51" .t. JOAN LAWLER Metc Anton Canol Z o n e "Why be serious when there's 50 much to laugh about?" G.A A 1 2 ,3, Vice Pre, ; Zan ion Ad Sellerl ; Tickel Solu ; BkB 1,2,3.": BkB I ntra. 1,2,3,"; Bowl ing InIrO 1,2,3,": f iel d Hocke y In!fO B .. I 3, Swim. In Ira. 3 ; SB 1 ,2,3. ; VB In!fo 1.2.3."; Water Polo 3 ; frolhSoph. frolic 2; Ind Sr. P ic. .t; G A A Oonee 1,2,3," WILLIAM JOSEPH LEBLANC Willie Ancon, C onol Z o n e "There's always a girl in his fulure. Stomp Club ANDRE J LIBERT Goose Washin g t o n D C. 'Good humor is goodneu and wisdom combined BkB I"'ro. 3 ; Bow ling Inlro. 3 ; Swim. In!fO. 3 ; T rade 3 ,, ; T rack Inlro 3 ; BOyl' S iol e 3 ; Gonl090 H igh School Yearbook 1 2 ; Trade 1,2; Track I"Iro 1,2; FB Inlro. 1,2; BB In!fO. 1 2 ; BkB Inlro. 1 2 CLARA J LlPSZY C CI.)fitil Po noma, R d e P 'She 0 lady bolh gro 10UI and lib. Club 3, Pan American Club 1.2,3," lib. Au",1 3. Office Aui.-" Chorul 1.2; Molh Club 1,2 VIRGINIA LEE LIVINGSTON Jenny POtl t mOUlh Ohio "Thfo heart' hush is in Iht' \Of! blue eyes. N .H.S. "; S,A All 2; Bond 1 ,2, 3 Choua 1 ,2,3, Glee Club 1.2,3,", Orch. 2,3.". The DUlot of th, Rood 2; "Sunday COIll Five PeMa 2; "Why I Am a Bachelor 2; Down in Ihe Volley" I ; Finian'l Rainbow 2; "Th, lowland Sea" 3 ; "B,fore th. Co",do" 3 ; "Mrs. MeThing" .. Fo.hlon Show 1 ,2; School T V Program .. LINDA LONGMORE Lindy P Clnomo R de P "People who know much wy lillie." FNA 2,"; lib, Ctub I; lib. Aul$t. 1,2, N SPA. ; Parrakeet ; VB Inlro 1,2.", Sr. Gift .. Siole 3 AMELIA HARRIET LUDDY "Amy" Colon, R d e P "Her thought is deeper than speech." FNA 2, Rec. Sec. 3 ; G.A.A, 3; Pan American Club 3 ; Pep Ctub I. S.A Rep. I; Vi,itor, Day 2 ; Choru, ; BkB Inlro 1,3,"'; SB ; VB Inl.o, 3 ; Befote Ih. COHido 3; Ch.;lImos Formal 3; Frllh. Pic, 1; Fro5h Sop h Frolic Co Chrman. 2; Sodie Howkinl Dance 2; Volentine Formal .. ; Clou Sec. 2; G,A A. Donee 3 ; Grad. U.h.r 3 ; Show. calc Comm. I ; S iomp D.; ... 3; Ch,iu mal Form Court 3 ; S late 3; Poinl SYI. Orgoni. Co. 2; Proij Chrmon Sp. Club .. JESSE SUE MABLE "Sue" WOlhinglon, D C laughter on her lip ond devilry in her eye; get\ olong With ellery guy, SoCk & Buskin 1,2.3, Sec. ; NH.S 3 .. Notl Th.lp. 3,"; Pep Club 1.2. N,S,P A 3 .... Quilt & Scroll .. Ionian 3, Anoc. Ed. .. ; Dri .. u Ch,man. Football Inau'jl:urol Ball 2 S.ng.ng Volen"nes I,"; V",lor I Day .. Chorul 1.2.3," Glee Club 2.3.... Dawn In Ih. VolI.y 1. fin ion Rainbow 2; Th. lowland Sea'" 3; My Cli.nt Curl,y' 3, Mrl. McThinij ... Drill Teom Span. Halloween Dance .. R.O.T.C. Span. CO. A. CAPT .. Jr.Sr Banquet 3; Sodi. How-kin5 Dane. 2. Jr. Ring Comm. Chrmon. 3; Sr. Ring Comm. Chrmon .. School TV. Pro grom .. Vol.nlin. Coun 1.2; Chrill mas Fo.mol Court 3; Foolball Cour! .. Girls State 3

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E LAINE MADURO "Ele" Ponomo, R de P "Sparkling eyes twinkle mischief:' Sock & Buskin 2,3,4 ; lib. Club 2 ; Pon Amer;(on Club 3 ; Pep Club 2 3 ; Sponi,h Club 1,2; U,.,i,ed Notions Club 3 ; Or;vu ; Bowling ln l ro. 2; "Before Ih e Co"ido" 3 ; Jr .Sr Prom 3; Corn'yol DoneI!' 3, Courl ; Orom U sher 1.2,3,4 ; Grod. Usher 3 ; Showcase Comm. (hrmell'l. 4 ERNEST MADURO J;cky Pa nama, R d e P "A friendly neighbor from ocross The border." Spanish ClLb 1; Welfar e Comm. 1 4 ; Swimming 2,4 ; Woter Polo 2 ; Sr A c t ivi t y 4 KAREN JEANNE M MAGNUSON An(on Conal Zone "The dancing ballerina of S.H.S." Sock & Bus k in 4 ; Noll. Thespians ; Bond 3 4 ; Chorus 1 ,2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; "Down in the VoUey" 1 ; f in ion' s Roinbow" 2 ; Mr s. Mtihing 4 ; Sr Gift 4 ; Grod. U sher 3 ; Schoo l T V Prog.om 4 ; Tolenl Show 1 ; "The Wondering 0 r 0 9 0 n 3 ; Showcose Comm I Chrmon. 3 CARLOS A. MASTELLARI Charlie Ponomo R d e P "Good humor is the health of Ihe soul" Chorus I ; Bowling Inlro 4 ; Tro ck 2 3 4 ; T.o c k Inl.o. 2,3,4 ; Woter Polo I ; R O T C SG T.; 5 Gift 4 LUIS MAS TElLAR I Panamo, R d e P "All things come 10 him who will bul woil." Porro kee l ... d Sell ... 3 ; Cho.us 1 ; FB IMfo 3 ; Bowling I nl.o, ; Swimming Inl.o, 3; Wot e P olo 1,3 ; Usher GUClfd 3; $1, 0 TC. 2 GWEN McCUllOUGH T e ,iJ" Johnstown, P ennsyl vani o Here mischief lurks in goy dIsguise." Sock & Bus k i n 3 ; FNA. 3 4 ; Noll. Thespians ; P e p Club 2 ; Inougurol wogon" 2 ; F i n ion's Roinbow 2 "SeyenTeenth Summer" 3 ; Before Co.rido" 3 ; "My Clien' Curley" 3 ; M,s M e Thing ; Chri S Tmos Fo,moI3; Sodie Howkin' Donee 2 ; Volen t ine Fo.mol ; G.od, U she r 3 ; Showcose Comm I 2 3 THOMAS F. McCUllOUGH "Tom" Colon, Panama, R d e P "Easy going guy .. wellliked by all." T,oe k 2 ; Cop & GOWr'l ; R O .1.e. P V T.; New Concord H igh School : latin Club 2,3; Hi Y 2, 3 E. CORBIN McGRIFF M ac" Ancor'l Cgngl Zone "Whoever invented work should hove fir'lished i'" S A R e p 1 ; BB 3 THOMAS McKEOWN "Woll" Pgngmg, R d e P "Man is nOI 1 0 question but to adore." l elle rmen', Club ; S ..... Rep ; Sofely Comm ; Visilor's Do y 4 ; FB ; BkB I nTrg, 3 ; Swimming nl r o 3 ; T.oc k ; S Group Pic ; Elks leggue; Boys' Slg t e 3 ; 5 1 leo's p. e p School, BB 1 GILBERTO MEOINA J un io, Pgngmg, R d e P "Doing much work for lill'e (redil is the mork of a man," Ast,onomy Club I ; Pgr'l "'me iegn Club 1 2 ; Slomp C lub 1 J Office Assi s t 1 ; Sur'ldgy Co s i s F iye Pesos" I ; Oown in the Vglley" 1 ; fin ion's Roinbo ...... I ; Pullmon Co Hiowolho" 1 ; Drill Teom 1,2; Honor Guo.d 1 ,2; R O T C SG T ,; Rifle T eom I ; U s h e r Guo.d 1 ,2, 3 Sg l o f Guo.d; Corniyol Dan ce 1

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CARLOS MEGGERS Tegucigolpa. Hond .uos 'HI, v,ol l n I pea\.. f ( r him Bond L2.3, GI Club" 1 2 3 .. akS 'n"Q. 1 Swim"" i"o 'n"Q J f,nio", Rainbo .... 2 Th. low lol'td 5.0' 3 Befor. ,h. (ouido' 1 Aword, 8011 2 ItO T C SCT 1 ; R,fI. teom 1 U,k., Guard 2 Come U,k., 3 School TV P,og,om" SAUNDRA METHENY S.Jndy Ft Sill 'Woman was 1'101 mo d e rom Adom' rib. but f ro m hi, f unny bo" e Bond 1 2 3 CI Club
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ORLANDO NUNEZ G Panama, R d e P "Dash i ng smi le I ho l sen d s T he girls-oh! so good l ooking" Spanish Club 3 : S A Rep. 2 3 ; Singing Volenlines 4 ; Charus 1 2 3 4 ; Glee Club 1,2 3 4 ; FB Inl,o. 1 2 ; BkB Inl,o 2 ; Bowling Intra. 3 4 ; Swimming 2 Swimming Inlra. 2 ; S8 2 ; Track Inlro. 1 2 ; Water Polo 1 2 ; "Cown In the Volley' 1 ; Fin;cm s Rainbow" 2 ; The lowland Sea 3 ; Before the COHide 3 ; Jr.Sr Banquet 3 ; Sodie Howkin s Donce 2 ; Cop and Gown 4 EDNA ZORINA OLAVE "Eddie Panama, R d e P "An amiable Mis s wiTh a happ y d isposi ti o n." Pon American 1 ,2,3; Counselors' Auist. 1,2 3 ; Office Auist. 2,3 ; Sr. Group Pic ehrmon. 4 MARIE ORTIZ Tiny" Ft. Kobb e, Conal Zon e "A likeabl e lou wilh oo d les o f doss," Chorus 2,3,<1. FRANCES LEON DR PADUA "Francy" Monito Phil ippines 'Whol Cris lobal los' we won." Crillobol Hi 9 h 5 c h a a I Anembly Comm 3 4 ; Ticket SoleI 4 8k8 2,3,4, P M T Sponlor 1,2 ; J,. Ring Comm. 3; Drama. Club 3,4 Nunes Aid 3 4 publ; $her Comm. 3 ; Ticke t Comm. 3 V8 11'11'0. 3 FRANCES G PAIGE "Sis" Colon, R d e P "Anyone can hove riches but a personolity is hers." AUronomy Club 2 ; Sock & 8u lkin 3 ; G A A 3 Sec 4 ; Office A n i l l I ; S A Alt 3 ; G e l Acquainted Done e 3 Sof' l y C omm, 2 ; Vi,ilor' Day 4 Chofu$ 2 4 BU. Inlra. 1 2 4 ; All 510" 3 ; 80 w l ing Inlro 3 f .. ld Hockey Inlro B 1 3 ; SWImm i n g 1,..1,0. 2 3 ; 58 1 ; VB Inlro 1 2 All 510" 3 ; Chri,lmal formal 3 ; Do,.." 2 ; S r Act Co ch,mon 4 ; B oce. U h 3 ; FOlhio,.. Sho .... 1 2,4 ; G AA Don 3,4; Gam. U h l r 3 ; G,od. Uth e r 3 ; S cho o l T V Prog .. ; Ch.m. lob A u i 1 4 ; 5 A Award. Doy AUlmbly Ch,mon. 4 LUCY PAPAZIAN L ulu Ponomo R d e P "On her tongue is Ih e low of kindness." Cap and Gown 4 SARAH LYNN PARSONS L ynn Colon, R d e P "The only way to hove friends is 10 be one." FNA 4 ; Pep Club 1 ,2, 3 ; Inougu,ol 8011 4 ; T ickel Sole$ .. ; 10'8 Inlro. 1,2; Vol e n l ine formal 4 ; Molh Club 1 ,2; Showcase Comm 1 2 LINDA LANE PEARL L in" Ponomo, R de P "The reason why pins can be heard when they drop." fTA 2; lib. Club I ; Pep Club"; Office Assi s l 4 ; Zonian Ad Sellers 4 ; Safely Comm 4 ; Bowling Inlro 2 4 ; Cards & Announcemenls 4 ; Nor I h e a s I High School : F8lA 3 ; Spanish Club 3 NORMAN H PEDERSEN, JR. Ow/ie I Ancon, Canal Zone "A real pol wilh a grin thai never seems t o fode. S.A. All 2; F8 Inlro 1 ; BB 3 4 ; Bk8 Inlro 1,2; Tra ck 1 ,2, 3 4 ; R O T C SFC. HARRIETTE BEAUPRIE PRESTON "Be,}u" Ft Bragg. North Corolino "She is a sunbeam on a winter doy. Sock & Bus kin 4 ; VB Intro .. ; Glee Club 4 ; School T V Program 4 ; Show. (Ole Comm. Chrmon. 4 ; Yplilonli H igh School : FNA Sec. 3 ; G A A 1 ,2; Orch 1 ,2; Girl,' Drum & Bugl e Corp, 1 ,2; Homecoming Parade Comm. 2 ; Jr Clonicol league Prel. 2 ; Rad io focll Forum Comm. 2 ; Swimming In Ira. 1 ; BkB Inlro I ; "Time 01.1 1 for Ginger" 3 ; Morn Pub. Add Comm. 3

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ROBERT L. PRIEST B ob" P i ll$bufgh, Pennsylvoni o joelet. turned d own cop: when off his bUr.f!' he' qUI e a Trap Fa In IrQ 2 ; 8k6 1 ; Swimming InllCl 1 3 R O T e. SCT SARAH KATHARINE PURDY Kingsport, Te"neneo Her heort is lile Ihe moon; Ihere's olways 0 mon in II Sock & 8 .. akin 1 3 ; Pep Club 2 ; (auol.lou' AuiSf. J ; Porro keel
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DAN RAY ROBERTS D e l Rio, Texo s M y affection holh all unknown bollom," Band 1 2 3 4 ; Oreh. 4 BRITANNIA E. RODANICHE "B,it" Panama, R d e P "Full of fun a JOy t o be with," Sock & Bus kin 2,3 4 ; French Club 1 Vice Pr es. 2 3 ; FNA J ; G A A 2 3 ; Sci e nc e 2 3 ; Spanis h 2,3,4; Drives Chrmon. 2 3 ; Gel-Acquainted Donce 3 ; T icket Soles ehrman. 2 3 ; Orch. 2 3 BkB 2 3 ; BkB Inlro 1 2, Copt. 3 ; Swimming 2 Copl. 3 ; Swimming I n lra. 2 Copl. 3 ; 58 2 3 ; VB Inlro. 2, CoCopl. 3 ; Sr Ring 4 ; Carnivol Donee 3 ; Tolent Show 2 3 ; Sacre d Hearl Acad e m y : Mardi Gras Donee ehrmon. 3 ; Noll. Molh Honor Society 3 ; As s oc of Fre nch Clubs Vic ePre s. 3 ; "Babino" 3 DIANA CHRISTINE ROGERS D ikie" S alisbur g North Corolino "Wit h malice toward none, charily for all." Chorus 4 ; Boyden H igh School MI. Villa High School : G A A 1 2 ; lib. Club 2 3 ; lib. A u ; s t 2 3 ; School Paper 2 ; Drives 1 2,3 ; Chorus 1.2,3 ; Glee Club S e c 2 3 Treos. 3 ; BkB 1 2 ; SB 1 2 ; T e nni s 1 2 ; Ping Pong 1 2 ; VB In Ira. 1 2 ; Jr.Sr. Prom 3 ; Jr.S r Bon que l 3 ; G A A Donce 1,2 ; Tolent Show School Plo ys 1 2,3 ; F H of A 2 3 ; Fa s h io n Show 3 ; Slale lib. Conv. D el. DOROTHY CATHERINE ROSE Dottie" A nton Canol Zon e "Wear a s m i l e i s h e r m Ollo." FNA 4 ; lib. Clu b 2 ; 2 3 ; Glee C lub 1 3 4 ; Oreh. 1 ; Down I n Ihe Volley 1 ; "The lowland S e a 3 ; T h e Comi n g o f Chri s t 4 ; Cords & An nouncemen ts 4 ; School T V P r o g 4 ; Girls' S l o l e 3 DONALD R YTER "Don" Aneon, Canol Zon e "An all around leader bolh o n the a t h l e t ic fjeld and o ff." l e lt o r m e n 1 2 ,3,4; N H S 3 Treos. 4 ; C O' o rdinoling Comm. 4 ; EJtch o nge 3 ; fB Donco 4 ; Inougur o l 8 011 2 3 ; S A Vice Pros. 3 ; Vi,i tor' s Doy 2 4 ; FB 1 ,2 4 ; B 8 2,3, 4 ; Swi mming 1 2 3 4 ; Wot o r Polo 1,2,3 4 ; R O T .c' lsI LT. 4 ; froih. Pic I ; Fro $ h Soph Fro lic 2 ; Jr . S r Bonquo t 3 ; J r R i n g 3 ; C iosl Pr u I ; Clo u VicePro l 2 HAROLD WILLIAM SANDER, JR. B ill" Ponomo, R de P E a r t h s noblest t h ing is man perfect e d." Camero Club Pre s. 4 ; Photogrophy Club Pres 4 ; Radio Club 4 ; Welfare Comm. 3 ; Drill Team Squad ldr. 3 R O .T.c' SfC 3 4 ; Jr.Sr Banquet 3 ; Boy s S l a l e 3. SHIRLEY MAE SASSO Panomo, R d e P Her smile is natural beauty." Glee Club 2 3 4 ; Finian s Roinbow" 2 ; The lowland S e a 3 ; Vol entine Formal 4 AURISTELA SCHMIDT M a m i" Chorrera Panama "A sweet count enance reflects sweet thought s." Sock & Bus kin 4 ; F NA 4 ; G A.A I ; Spanish Club 4 ; U sher Club I ; 8kB 4 ; 8kB Inlro. I ; S8 1 ; V8 lnlra. 1 2 ; Fayeltev ille Senior High School : French Club 4 ; G A A 2 3 4 ; BkB 3 ; Bk8 Inlra. 3 4 ; Ping Pong 2 3 SONIA SCHNEIDER S o ni" Panama, R d e P '" hove a h eart with room for e v ery j o y Clinic A s si s i 4 ; Office A ss i s l 4 ; Zan ion 4 ; Zan ion Ad Sell e r s 4 ; Bowl ing Inlra. 1 ; SB I ; VB ln l ro 1 2 ; Sr Ring 4 BARTON PETTES SCOTT, JR. Pana ma, R d e P N o o n e kn o w s who l h e can d o unt i l h e t ries." R O .T.C. SGT .; Rifle T eam 4 ; U s h e r Guard 3 ; GClme U s h e r 3

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LARRY SIEGEL Ancon Conal Zone "hNY boY'l frien d 91(1'5 fl ame. Sock & Ihuki., A Loltermlln Club 4 ; NOlI. The.p. 3 1 fa Donee 3 ; Glee Club 3 ; FB ; Swimming 1,2,3 ; Wale, Ballet 3 : "fin;o"' Rainbow" J ; S.."onleenlh Summl"" J : R O T C COIIP.; Vole"'mo Formal J : B01" Siole Lt, Go" 3 ; 80)11' NOlion 0,10;. 3 ; 51. loa' Collego Prep. School. Choir 1 1 ; lottormon' Club 1 2 ; Fa 1 2 ; 88 I Bond 1 ,'2. ERNESTO SHARP "Ernie" Panam a R d e P "Of The i r own merits, m o des! men ore dumb." Sock & Bu,ki" 3 ; lollormen' l Club 3 ; Noll. Thup. 3,4; Pon American Club
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MARCIA LOU STARR 8 8 ." Fairfield, Iowa "She'll find fun and mischief anywhere." N S P 4 ; Zonicn 4 ; Chorus .(; Glee Club Volenline formal 4; School T V P or ; lane High S(hool: Cheerleader 12,3; Girl,' T,;Hi.Y 3 ; Concert Choi, 2 l ; Chorus 1,2.3 ; Jr,-S" Prom Comm. 3 ; Down In the Volley 2 DORI S AILEEN STRINGER Do,is Chicogo, Illinois F riendship in her eyes. and tolenl in her loes," Sock & B uskin 3,4; l ib. Club 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; lib. Auis 1 ; Finion' Rain bow" 2 ; Before Ihe Corrido" l Cord, & Announcements 4 WILLIAM HENRY SVAB Billy Colon, R d e P 'All mankind ore my brethren." BkB Inlra. 3 4 ; R O T .C. SOT. DAVID E. TATE "Dave" Ponomo, R de P "QuI fa gel Ihe best oul of life and he surely wilL" L lIermen'!. Cilb 3..4; (ooordinating (amm. 4 FB 2 3 ; Trock 1.2; Woler Po lo 1,2 ; R O T C. PVT. 2 ; Sodie Howlein. Donee 2 Clan Pres 3 NANCY JEAN THERRELL "Flas h Forest M ississippi "All the world's 0 CirCUS Dnd life is full of smiles," Diuuuion &. Debate 3; Pep Club 1 2 Office Allill, .c; N S, P A .c; POHoleeet .c, SA, Alt 3 ; Chorul 1,2,3,.c, BleB Inlro, 1,2 ; V8 Inlro. 1,2,3, Jr oS, Bon Quet 3 ; Volentine fo,mol .c, Grad U.her 3 ; Gi,I,' Slol e 3 ROGER R TOLEOANO Panama, R d e p The ready eye behind many of our treasured snapshots." Camero Club P,es. 3 ,.c; Phologrophy Club 2,3,4 ; N S.P ..... 3 4 ; Porroleeel Pholog. 3 4 ; QUIll & Scroll 4 ; R O T C hllT 4 CARL TOOTHMAN Sut c h Panamo, R d e P "Happy go lucky 011 the while." Camera Club 3 ; lettermen' s Club 3 4 ; Phalography Club 3 ; Band 1 ; Glee Club 4 ; O,ch. 1 2 ; BleB Inlra. 3 ; Swim, ming Inlra. 3 4 ; Track 1 ,2,3,.c; Track In Ira. 1 2 3 4 ; Boys Slale 3 FRANK CHARLES TOWNSEND "Fra nk Panama, R d e P "Every man hos his devilish momenls." FB In Ira. 2 3 ; BkB InIrO 3 ; Bowling Inlra. 4 ; Waler Polo ... 11 Slors 2,3 ; The lowland Sea 3 ; R O T C lsI LT. 4; Rifle T eam CoCopl. 4 ; Cop & Gown 4 ; Chem. "'uisl 3 ; Che: s Club 3 ; Drives 1 ; Band 1 2 3 4 JANET VALERIE TRIBE "Jan" Boston, Massachusetts "A in her eye and 0 gold mine in her heart" Dil(uuion &. Debal e 3 Vice-Pres 4 ; Sock &. Bus kin 1,3; fNA 2 3 ; G ..... A 3 4 ; N H S 3, Sec 4 ; P e p Club 2 ; Physiu Auhl 4 ; N S P ..... 4 ; Zan ion Bus iness Mgr. 4; Ion ion Ad S ellen 2 3 4 ; FB Danc e 4 ; S A Rep 1,2,3 ; Safely Comm. 2; T icleel Sales 4 ; Visilor's Day 2 ; Chorus 2 ; BleB Inlr a mer" 3 ; M y Clienl Curley" 3 ; Fresh. P ic. I ; Fros h Soph frolic 2 ; Jr. Ring 3 ; Cheerleader 4 ; G A ..... Donce 3 ; Ch e m lab "'uisl 3 ; Malh Club Sec 3 Pres. 4 ; Zan ian Sal u Comm. Chrmon. 4 ; Girls' Siole, Alt Girls Nalion 3 ; Bk8 ... 11 Slars 3 4 ; V 8 All SIan 3 4 M g r 2 MERCEDES JOHANNA TROST "Sis" Panama, R de P "They who have pallence accomplish th e mos l. Soc k &. Bus kin 2; FNA 2 3 4 ; Ub. Club 3; Pep Club 2; lib. A ss i s l 3 ; S ..... "'11. 4 ; Sr. Gift 4 ; Grad. U s h e r 4

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JOSEPH T TROWER J oe" Ponoma, R d P "Success the tesu h of whole hearted efforT CI.. Ctub 3 4 : f6 2,3," : Swimming 1 1 4 ; Track 1 ,'2, 3 , Waler Polo 2,4 Capt 3 ; The lowland Seo 3 ; M y CIi.nt Curl"y" 3 ; "M,. Mdhlno" I{ O T C CAPT.; j,St Prom 3 ; Sodle Howl ... n, '2: S,hool TV, P,og " rho Comi"o of ehri,," A i e,i,IObll High School FrOl"' Don,. I Frol" Auembl.,. I : Rat. Teom I ; lellerm.n' Club Sec i Tolenl Show"; Swimming InlrQ. 1 2,3 ,.; Trod. Intra 1 1.3 .... "" ..... cud. Boll .. EARL C VALENTINE, JR. R onnie" St. P e tersburg. Flor ida HI! mischievous brown eyei baffle many girls." Bond 1 ,2, 3 ; O"h. 1 2 ; FB '2; Fa Inlro 1 ; Bowling 'nTra 3 : finion' J Rain bow" 2 ; R O T .C. SfC. ; 5hoNcou! Comm 3 : 80wling VAR. 2,3 MARI A FLOR VARELA M a ti" Panama, R d e P To \.,now her is a pleosure." french Club 3 ; Pan American Club 2,3, : Chorus 1: 58 1 ; Corni..,al Donee ; ArT Awa,d 2 MARY JOSEPHINE VIVA S Nicky" Son Juan, Pu erto Ric o 'A merry hearT does good like medicine." Cal..,in Coolidge High School 800Sler Club 2 ; Spanish Club 2 ; YWCA 2 HELEN WAKEFI E L D W ;,key Panama, R d e P 'A giggle is worlh a Thousand groom. Pep Club 2 ; Zonion Ad Sellers 3 S A Alt 2 ; Sofely Comm. ; Chorus 1 2 3 : 8 k 8 Inlro 1 ; V8 Inl,o. 1 2 3 Jr. Sr 8anquel 3 ; Ind Sr. Pic. A ; Fashion Show I ; flog Twi,lers 2 GEORGE HERRICK WALES, JR. New l o ndon, Connecticul "A new and welcome faCe In BHS" Soclc & Buslcin A Noll. Thup. ; Bowl ing Inlro .Mr. McTh.ng Sf r t Club 3 ; Clou Pr . 3 ; Notl Bela Club 3 ; tolin Club 2 ; I Sholl Relu,"", Tolenl Show 2 LILLIAN WAR O Anderson Indi a n a "I am nOlhing if nOI sincere." S A All ; Cords & Announcemlnu Splncer H igh SchooL Science Club 2 G A A 1 2 ; G A A Donee Comm I Lib. Club I ; Cribboge Club 1 2 C H ARLES CALVIN W OMMACK Buggs" Macon Georgia "A genTleman in every of The word." Camera Ch.b ; Pho logrophy Club Phy,;u Auisl. ; Chern Auhl 3. Awards Boll 3 ; Color Guord 3 ; R O T C hI l T. liIifle Team 2,3; Volenline formol LEONAROO WONG Col o n P a n ama "The greaT hope of 50Ciely is indiVidual characTer Bowling Inlra. Ping Pong 2 3 R ifl, Team 3 ; Ushe, Guard 2 O ORIS MARY YOUNG Shorty Ancon, Conal Zone She!. 0 peppy loll Ie example of perfection Cheu Club i Bond 1.2.3. Oreh 3 BIcB Inlro 1.2.3.". V8 Inlto. 1 2.3 The Dusl of Ihe Rood 2;'Sundoy Cosls fi"'e P.scn 2 ; "'Why I Am a Bachelor 2; Jr.-Sr. Bonquel 3 ; BkB All Sion 2

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JOSE ZAROON Joe Havana, Cuba "laughing and lesfing everyday as jf I roubles will never come his way Camer o Club 4 Photography C lub A ; i Firing S q uad 3 : Honor Guord 3 R O T .C. CAPT.; U s h e r Guard 2 CAROLINE ZIRKMAN New York C ity New York I f post success is t he poss word for t he future she hos 0 sel f -mode Icey." Discuuion & Debole 2 3 Pres.
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SENIORS)STAND Up ANI> WOIU\ AtJO t)'! JoI4IJ H.l1e GIIJII11 ''I V Ic:TOI\ A.. HfUl .. PlhlJO 6'1 RAP tl AI. AI-V,TO I .. )0u BaP.Pro-.;'i4f __ a .... '-l.......J ...--.-. ..... """ r.-.. I lL)Q.. .JJ .. al1 ... ..... "" '""" V C

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Most All-Around . llost Popular . JACKIE DUNN DON RYTER MICKEY LAVALLEE RAUL BARBARA

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BETTY CROWE LARRY SIEGEL DONA JONES GEORGE BARBIER Best Dallfell

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Friendliest . Wittiest ... B !LLlE SUE SPENCER MIKE CROOK HOWl ADAMS TOM McKEOWN

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CHARLOTTE HERR BRUCE BATEMAN 'J'alrnted . Athletic .

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1108t Intellectual . DOllY CHAN MATTHEW HUNYADI .\Iost Likely '}10 Succeed ..

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MOST POPULAR BEST DANCERS BEST LOOKING Sarah Purdy luch4fO BuriHo Chuck Dauglo-Terry Corrigan Orlando Nunez Margie Smith UIIIIII(II' S l JI) MOST ALLAROUND AI Nahmod RIENDLIEST Mary Smith Janet Tribe W T T Judson Grubbs Lauro Dew MOST TALENTED Donny Roberts Gwen McCullough Gene Burch S MOST ATHLETIC Roger Million Joan Lawler MOST INTELLECTUAL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Mary Hebert Emma aon Fronk Miller Poul Bennett

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Sponsors and Informals Our senoritas from Panama lend charm to the school. 106

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Reading the c1assifieds? Be careful that it doesn't foil! A Christmas tree in the tropics! I 107

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SPONSORS ABA nOIR NACIONAL, S.A. ADOLFO NORIEGA E HIJOS, S.A. AUTO SERVICE CO., INC. BALBOA BEAUTY SHOP ALL AMERICA CABLES AND RADlO, INC. BALBOA ORDER OF RAINBOWS ALMACENES MARTINZ, S.A. AMERICAN BAZAAR ANGELINI AND BROS., S.A. ARNE HAUGE AUTO CINE 108 BOYD BROTHERS, INC. BRACKNEY Y HUNTER BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS BRENDA'S FOR BEAUTY BSA MOTORCYCLE, PANAMOTO

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CAJA DE AHORROS C. O. MASON CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION COLON MOTORS, INC. CHAMBONNET Y QUINTA AVENIDA COLPAN MOTORS, INC. CIA. DE PRODUCTOS DE ARCILLA, S.A. CURUNDU BARBER SHOP CIA. INTERNACIONAL DE SEGUROS, S.A. DISTRIBUIDORA COMERCIAL, S.A. CIA. INTERNACIONAL DE VENTAS, S.A. DORESE WAITES CIA. PANAMENA DE FUERZA Y LUZ CIVA, S.A. DR. PEREZ, CANINE HOSPITAL DURAN, S.A. 109

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SPONSORS I EDITORA PANAMA AMERICA, S.A. GENERAL PAINT CORP. ESSO STANDARD OIL, S.A. GEORGE F. NOVEY, INC. FERN LEAF CHAPTER NO.4, O.E.S. GOODYEAR DE PANAMA, S.A. --------------------FERRETERIA INTERNACIONAL, S.A. FOTO RENE FOTO WOLF FRENCH BAZAAR GAMBOTTI Y PEREZ GUARDIA Y CIA., S.A. -_I S.A. HARRY CHANG I HOMSANY BROTHERS H. R. KNAPP, S.A.

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SPONSORS I. L. MADURO JR. (MADURITO) INTER GRAPHIC, INC. L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY lODGE 1414, B.P.O.E. JAMES RIDGE lOTERI A NACIONAl DE BENEFICENCIA KELVINATOR WASHERS AND DRYERS LUIS J. MARTINELLI KOBBE AND CLAYTON BEAUTY SHOPS MERCURIO'S JEWELRY STORE KODAK PANAMA, lTD. lA HORA lA VICTORIA MOTTA'S MUSICA, S.A. NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. 111

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SPONSORS NESTLE'S COMPANY PINTURAS ISTMENAS, S.A. PAN-AMERICAN AIRWAYS RADIO TAXI PANAMA AUTO, S.A. RESTAURANTE SKYCHEF, S.A. PANAMA CANAL SCOTTISH R ITE BODIES REVISTA RECREO PANAMA INSURANCE CO. RICARDO PEDRO M IGUEL ORDER OF RAINBOWS RODANICHE HNOS. "PELEX" INTERIOR DECORATIONS SALlH-CHARLEY, BAZAAR HINDUSTAN PETRONIO'S TAILOR SHOP SAMUEL FRIEDMAN, INC., LA MASCOTA 112

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SEDERIA MIRAMAR SWIFT AND COMPANY SEYMOUR AGENCY TABACALERA ISTMENA, S.A. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S.A. SMOOT Y PAREDES, S.A. ZIG ZAG ABOU SAAD TEMPLE, A A O N M S The Zoni o n gratefully acknowledges the cooperation of the following: Printer 5, Petersburg Printing Co. 118 E ,gh.een.h 5lree. 50u.h 5, Petersburg 3, Florida Engra ver Southern Engraving Co. 100 Seventh Stree t South 5. Pe.ersburg 5, Florido P ho tographe r Rene wolf Colle 50, No 53 Sf: Ie V ,I, Panama Cry Photographers Thomas C. Thompson Darrel' H. Blooss Pe.er B. Tepper 113

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Clubs Page 32



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Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors Page 58



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Caroline Zirkman Editor

Sue Mable Associate Editor

Janet Tribe Business Manager

Mr. C. R. Vosburgh Faculty Advisor

Mr. J. E. Cook Financial Advisor




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JOMMONLY called the "Crossroads of the World," Panama has
been a home of treasured memories: the Interior, the jungle, the
Canal, the "Clubby," the tamborito, polleras, montunos, Carnival,
mangos, yuca, empanadas, patacones, arroz con polio, hibiscus,
the dry season, rainy days, mosquitoes, roaches, monkeys, sloths,
buzzards, Goofy Lake, orchids, palm trees, San Bias Indians, Spanish
ruins, and a big tropical moon. When, in future years, you look
through your 1958 Zonian, the staff hopes that it has captured some
of the memories from the Isthmus a land of never-ending summer.



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To You We Dedicate

Our days in the tropics have been made
happier by the friendly help of Mrs. Erma
Forbes, our school nurse, whom we shall
always remember for her enthusiasm and
for her cheerful attitude toward all.





Our hearts were young, and our feet were sore.



Dancing, dating,
And working too,
'Neath a tropical moon,
And a sky of blue.




God's little helpers, we make our own stars





days a( sii
Are liiinl to heal
Offering challenges
For us lo meet













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A familiar sight at the end of a day.








Study is a common duty for every class.



bovs and girls know how to I'iyln
Thev In lo win with all their might.



Up and at it girls.



Swimming came early this year. Anyone for a
mud bath in the center of a football field?





The band supplies music for school functions.




Talent, talent everywhere.




Mrs. McThing had a cast of talented students.



School opened in September with a record enrollment.




This year brought greater kids by far
With talents ranging wide.



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And llalboa High Srhinil
Welcomed them into
Halls with pride.



IS M IlIMM IS OIK 1

We'll never forael




Meeting people from different countries is nothing new to Balboa
High students.




Fur ilir laughs we shared
Willi Ilic friends we mel



The "clubby" offers a place to show pre-game spirit.

Going home from work well done.




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Miss Marie C. Weir, girls' counsellor, welcomes
Dee Able, Balboa High School's one thousandth
student to enroll in one year.




It doesn't look as if they are on a diet.




A modern "pirate" retraces the steps of
Henry Morgan over part of Las Cruces Trail.




It looks as if math can be hard on the feet
as well as on the brain!





PRINCIPAL-MR. T. F. HOTZ, Heidelberg College-A.B., Ohio State U.-M.A.



Behind us every inrh of Ihe way,
They taught us what we know today.



COUNSELLORS-MISS MARIE C. WEIR, U. of Florida-
B.S., Columbia U. M.A., Vocational Guidance, Girls'
Advisor,- MR. HAROLD J. ZIERTEN, Bradley U.-B.S.,
Vocational Guidance, Boys' Advisor, Assistant Principal.





A twice daily check of the mailbox is
routine with the teachers.



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OFFICE SECRETARIES-Mrs. Bertha E. Moya ; Mrs. Martha Lerchen.



Sometimes they were nay. and often stern;
Hill thej iliil I heir best In make us learn.
1 fantabolons faculty with all sorts nl degrees,
Who earn their vacations In do as they please.



DOCTOR AND NURSE-Mrs. E. Forbes, Bradford Hospital
Training School for Nurses R.N. ; Dr. H. C. Pritham, Colby
College B.S., Tufts College Medical School M.D.



LIBRARIAN-Miss K. Clark, Columbia U.-B.S.

New York U.-M.A.




Science




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Standing, left to right: Mr. Walter M. O. Fischer, U. of Chicago
B.S., Columbia U. M.A., Chemistry,- Mr. Frank Y. Hukill, U.
of Ky. B.S., M.A., Gen. Science, Biology; Mr. J. Weston Sea-
quist, U. of Wisconsin Ph.B., N.Y.U. M.A., Biology. Bottom
center: Mr. DeWitt E. Myers, Valley City State Teachers College
B.A., Wash. STate U. M.A., Physics, Chemistry. Not pictured:
Mr. G. O. Lee, Iowa State College B.S., Columbia U. M.A.,
Biology.



Standing, left to right: Mr. J. E.
Ohio State U. M.Ed., Alg., Geom.,
Mt. St. Vincent B. A., Columbia U.-
Frances K. Graham, Hunter College-
Alg., Geom.; Mr. George W. Case,



Cook, Miami U. B.S.Ed.,
Trig.; Mrs. Nancy Schrag,
-M.A., Alg., Geom.; Mrs.
-A.B., Columbia U. M.A.,
Northern Idaho Teachers



College B.A., U.
Lester D. Hummel,
keet."



of Oregon M.Ed.,
Duquesne U. B.A.,



Gen. Math, Alg.; Mr.
M.A., Geom., "Parra-



Social Studies and Enulisli



Foreign Language




Left to right: Miss Mary L. Stindt, N. Mich. College B.S., U.
of Mich. M.A., Eng., E. W. History,- Mr. Frank DeGeer, Colo.
State College B.A., U. of Texas M.Ed., History; Mr. Walter
M. Mikulich, Moorhead State College B.E., U. of Iowa M. A.,
U. S. History; Miss Mary S. Brigham, Battle Creek College
B.A., Columbia U. M.A., Eng.; Miss Margaret Whitman, Wayne
State Teachers' College A.B., Northwestern U. M.A., Eng.;
Miss Hazel P. Matthews, Ala. College A.B., George Peabody
College for Teachers M.A., Eng.; Mr. Harold C. Dippre,
Lewis and Clark College B.A., U. of S. Cal. M.A., Gen.
Bus., E. W. History; Mr. C. R. Vosburgh, Hamilton College
B.S., Teachers College, Columbia U. M.A., Eng., "Zonian";
Mr. David A. Speir, Jr., William and Mary A.B., U. of Fla.
M.Ed., American Institutions, U. S. History. Not pictured: Mr.
Subert Turbyfill, U. of Oklahoma B.F.A., M.A., Eng.



Standing, left to right: Mr. S. I. Barkowitz, College of Charles-
ton A. B., Middlebury College M.A., Sp. ; Mr. Ralph W.
Garrett, Furman U B.A., U. of S. C M.A., Eng., Sp. ; Miss
Claude M. Aycock, Women's College of U.N.C. A.B., Colum-
bia U M.A., Sp. ; Mr. Allen B. Ward, U. of Neb. A.B.,
M.A., Sp. Seated: Mrs. Jean C. Morden, Stanford U. A.B.,
U. of Wash. M.A., Fr., Eng.; Mrs. Mary H. Rowan, Maryville
College A.B., Columbia U. M.A., Latin, Eng.



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Practical anil Fine Arts






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Left to right: Mrs. Ann L. Wilcox, N. Y. State College for
Teachers B.S.C., M.S., Eng., Typewriting; Mrs. Mary B. Jour-
neay, Iowa State Teachers College B.S., N. Y. U. M.A., Short-
hand; Mrs. Eula R. Driscoll, North Texas State College B.A.,
U. of Texas M.B.A., Math, Adv. Typing.



Top, left to right: Mr. C. A. Botalden, Bradley U. B.S., Pa.
State U. M.S., Mech. Drawing; Mr. C. F. Anderson, Kansas
State Teachers College B.S., M.S., Industrial Arts; Mr. James
H. Mattingly, Indiana U. M.S. in Ed., A.M. Art; Mr. Donald
E. Musselman, Eastern Illinois U. B.S. in Ed., U. of Chicago
M.A., Spanish, Speech-Drama. Bottom: Miss Eloise Monroe,
Kansas State B.S., Columbia U. M.A., Household Arts; Mr.
James H. Elliott, U. of Nebraska B.S. in Ed., M. of Ed.,
Metal Shop; Mr. Victor A. Herr, Denver U. B.M.E., Columbia
U M.A., Band, Orch., Chorus, Glee Club.



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Standing, left to right: Mrs. Constance C. Ball, Rollins College
B.A., Wash State College M.S., Phys., Ed.; Miss Donna M.
Stuebe, Indiana State Teachers' College B.S., Health, Phys.
Ed.; Miss Potricia Lehman, Northwest Mo. State College B.S.,
M.S., Phys. Ed. Kneeling: Mr. John S. Pettingill, U. of Notre
Dame B.S., M.A., Track, Swim. Coach,- Mr. Lowrence E. Ho-
rine, Colorado U. B.S., M.A., Phys. Ed.; Mr. Ross E. Anderson,
State U. of Iowa B.S., M.A., Phys. Ed., Head Football Coach;
Mr. James H. E. Hurin, Ailver Stockton B.S., Wash. State
College B.Ed., M.A., Phys. Ed.; Mr. John C. Fawcett, U. of
Redlands P.A., San Diego State College M.A., Phys. Ed.,
Health.



Left to right: M/SGT. James E. Kollars; M/SGT. Gale S.
Moore; M/SGT. James L. Powers; Copt. Christopher Wheeler,
Harvard A.B.



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Organizations




You must project your voice when you try out for Lute Song, Pat.




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The boss man behind the Parrakeet
takes time out.




The parade of the National Honor Society
members begins.




Carlos exhibits his skill on the violin.





Following a vigorous campaign, George
Barbier was elected S.A. Prexy, and Solly
Toussieh, S.A. Veep. Joan Dimpfl and Sheila
Farbman were appointed S.A. secretaries,
and these four took the oath of office at
the Awards Assembly.

There are four faculty advisors who
supervise the S.A.: Mr. Speir, S.A. advisor;
Mr. Dippre, treasurer of accounts; Mr. Hu kill,
ticket sales advisor,- Mr. Garrett, ticket sales
assistant and ushers' advisor.

The S.A. meetings, under Mr. Speir's
guidance, enabled the students to partici-
pate in their school government. Minutes,
a monthly financial report, and the con-
stitution were distributed to each homeroom.

The director of assemblies arranged for
a talent show.



OFFICERS-Left to right: J. Dimpfl, secre-
tary,- G. Barbier, president,- S. Toussieh, vice-
president; S. Farbman, secretary.



S.A. REPRESENTATIVES-Top, left to right: C. Fitzgerald; J. Stevenson; B. Miller; C. Kiamco; J. Garcia,- P. Tate ;
T. McKeown; R. Barbara,- T. Cunningham,- G. Ness. Middle: R. Weade,- D. Browne,- B. Vache ; M. Smith,- C.
Hughes,- S. DeVore; M. Hebert,- T. Corrigan,- P. Bennett. Bottom: C. Hill; C. Zelnick,- S. Lively; J. Cantrell; L.
Burillo; J. Days; L. Hinkle,- B. Wheaton,- B. Bartlett; B. Rogers; R. Scott. Not pictured: A Braswell,- F. Dube,- W.
French; P. Davis,- D. Bremer,- C. Rentz ; E. Waring,- A. O'Leary.




Association



llu two S.A. sponsored dances, the Get-
Acquainted Dance, the first dance of the
year, and the Inaugural Ball, at which the
class officers and the class advisors were
introduced, were held as scheduled.

The Safety Committee cleared up the
congestion at the center stairways and put
up a showcase during Fire Prevention Week.



The Welfare Committee decorated
school's Christmas tree.



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The Drives Committee had charge of such
drives as the American Junior Red Cross, the
United Fund, and the orphanage collec-
tions.

There were also other S.A. sponsored
activities such as Visitors' Day, Awards, S.A.
ticket sales, train ticket sales, singing Val-
entines committee, and the new co-ordinat-
ing committees that try to take care of
problems arising between the faculty and
students.




S. A. ADVISORS-Left to right: Mr. R. Gar-
rett; Mr. D. Speir ; Mr. H. Dippre; Mr. F.
Hukill.



S. A. ALTERNATES-Top, left to right: E. Sharpe,- R. Wilson,- J. Finlason; M. Klipper; F. Baggott; D. Randel; R.
Caldwell; M. Metheny,- M. Nahmad; H. Feeney. Middle: D. Pajak; G. Frederick; M. Trost; D. Moses; M. Walker;
K. Clark,- K. Kirchmier; C. Dimpfl. Bottom: B. Hitchcock; N. Crawford; M. Lavallee; S. Ward; S. Lagassie; J.
King; E. Stancook; S. Morency. Not pictured: T Pena ; B. Crowe; F. Miller,- S. Davis,- J. Bassett; E. Eddleman ;
L. O'Quin,- M. Dubbs,- D. Chassin; A. Leonard; J. Behar.





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ASSEMBLIES COMMITTEE-Standing: D. Randel,
chairman. Kneeling, left to right: I. Michaelis; M.
Miller; L. Raymond. Not pictured: M. Watson; H.
Adams; D. Browne,- D. Stringer,- A. Haskell.



AWARDS DAY COMMITTEE-Left to right: J. Hotz ;
D. Miller; D. Chan ; D. Aydelkop,- K. Magnuson,- C.
Zirkman; S. Paige, chairman.




THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION COMMITTEE is
made up of pupils from Mr. Speir's American insti-
tutions class.



DRIVES COMMITTEE-Left to right: E. Maduro, B.
Spencer; S. Mable, chairman; L. Hinkle,- B. Hitch-
cock; D. Jones; M. Conover,- G. Quiros; L. Burillo.
Not pictured: D. Vestal; B. Betz,- R. Blevins.



GET ACQUAINTED DANCE COMMITTEE-Left to
right: M. Pierce, chairman,- M. Smith; A. Perez,- S.
Toussieh,- R. Barbara.



INAUGURAL BALL COMMITTEE-Standing, left to
right: G. McCullough,- L. Parsons; J. Dimpfl; C. Herr ;
C. Dimpfl. Bottom: C. French; S. Toussieh,- D. Randel;
G. Barbier. Not pictured: S. Farbman.





SAFETY COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: T
McKeown,- C. Holgerson,- R. Blevins,- E. Kaan.
Bottom: M. Moses,- B. Spencer, chairman,- L.
Pearl. Not pictured: M. Garcia; S. Rowley;
H. Wakefield.



SINGING VALENTINE COMMITTEE-Left to right: B. Betz-
Mykland; M. Lavallee; J. Reynolds; I. Damerau; F. Skinner,-
D. Jones; S. Mable,- B. Parker,- H. Adams.




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VISITORS' DAY COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: J
Trower; T. Cunningham. Middle: J. Morris,- D. Ryter,-
R. Barbara,- A. Nahmad, chairman,- T. Corrigan; B.
Halvosa. Bottom: D. Miller,- S. Paige,- S. Mable,- J.
Dimpfl. Not pictured: S. Farbman,- P. Corrigan.



WELFARE COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: J. Behar,-
L. Odenz; D. Ryter,- T. Corrigan, chairman,- M. Moses.
Bottom, left to right: J. Ogden,- B. Spencer,- C. Hol-
gerson.



S.A. TICKET SALES-Standing, left
to right: L. Dew,- G. Barbier,- J.
Lawler. Seated: J. Dimpfl; J. Dunn,-
S. Toussieh; S. Purdy,- J. Tribe.



GAME TICKET SALES-Left to right: D
Wheeler,- R. Covington,- G. Perra,- A. Rentz,-
J. Myers.



TRAIN TICKET SALES-Stand-
ing, left to right: L. Raymond,-
M. Lavallee; S. Morency.
Bottom: C. Covington,- J.
Chase,- M. Hebert, chairman.





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EDITORS AND MANAGERS-Left to right:
S. Mable, associate editor,- C. Zirkman,
editor,- J. Tribe, business manager.




ZONIAN AD SELLERS-Top, left to right:
R. Zirkman; C. Zirkman. Bottom: L. Gunder-
sen ; S. Schneider; H. Wakefield,- J. Tribe,
business manager,- L. Pearl,- L. Odenz.



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While passing room 116, you may have seen
people rushing out with pink passes in one hand
and paper and pencil in the other, heading for the
office or to some poor unsuspecting teacher's room.
Or maybe you've been stopped in the hall by a
harried senior with a picture of a freshman group
to be named. If you've passed this room, you've
probably heard, "Who's this?" "Where's the no. 3
folder?" "Where's the office pass?" "But Mr. Vos-
burgh, I've already checked it."

Well, it's not as confusing as it sounds. It's just
the Zonian staff getting a better and different year-
book ready for publication.




ZONIAN STAFF-Standing, left to right: Mr. Vosburgh,
advisor; S. Mable,- M. Lavallee,- C. Zirkman,- A. Nahmad;
E. Kaan ; S. Nelson,- P. Morgan,- Mr. Cook, financial advisor.
Bottom: M. Walker,- M. Starr; L. Dew,- J. Dunn, J. Tribe;
S. Morency.



The Zonian staff is proud of its senior photographers:
C. Wommack, R. Toledano, and B. Sander.



It takes more than one to do the
Zonian typing.




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Have you noticed, while walking past a room with
a green parrakeet on the door, a group laughing over
small cartoons? Or you may have seen someone patiently
trying to arrange various sizes of paper on a large board
and ending by turning the whole thing upside-down.
Maybe you noticed several girls laboriously typing articles
or rushing in and out as a certain deadline gets closer.
The noise from room 102 accomplishes something valu-
able, because the staff publishes the B. H. S. newspaper,
the Parrakeet, every six weeks. It gives students up-to-
date news and helpful articles, and it's a newspaper to
be proud of.

In addition, the Parrakeet Daily bulletin board reminds
students of meetings and obligations while providing a
laugh from selected cartoons.



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PARRAKEET STAFF-Top, left to right: J. Trower,- P. Ben-
nett; M. Ward; M. Pierce. Middle: N. Therrell; J.
Eglington,- J. Rettinger ; S. Purdy,- R. Head, assoc.
editor; B. Betz-Mykland; O. Winstead; L. Longmore,-
R. Toledano. Bottom: V. Avila,- M. Smith, V. Quiros,
D. Miller; R. Barbara, editor.




EDITORS AND MANAGER-Left to right: R.
Barbara, editor; R. Head, assoc. editor,- P.
Bennett, assoc. editor. Not pictured: D.
Eisenmann, business manager.




PARRAKEET AD SELLERS-Top, left to right: I. Si-
bauste; E. Eisenmann. Bottom: D. Eisenmann,- A.
Perez.



The "rac-a-tac-a-tacs" of Parrakeet.



Victor, Mary, and Terry look at an old Parrakeet.




Reserve Officers' Training Corps










BATTALION STAFF and COLOR GUARD
left to right: Cadet Maj. J. Grubbs;
Cadet Capt. J. Dunn; Cadet Lt. Col. P.
Bennett; Cadet Capt. R. Kielhofer;
Cadet Capt. J. Zardon. Second row:
Cadet Sgt. F. Dube ; Cadet Sgt. W.
Halvosa. Third row: Cadet Corporal
J. Reynolds; Cadet Sgt. L. Bateman;
Cadet Sgt. T. Womble; Cadet Corporal
B. Bruhn.






R.O.T.C. SPONSORS-Left to right: B. Crowe,- S. Mable,- J.
Dunn,- J. Dimpfl.



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DRILL TEAM Dickie and



USHER GUARD Top row, left to right: B. Miller; C. Pearson;
G. Herrera; D. Hatcher,- R. Caldwell; T. Bembenek. Third row:

F. Dube ; B. Kirkland; D. Brown; D. Browne; L. Dial; L. King;
C. Rivera; S. Aliponga; L. Martinelli; T. Arnold. Second row;
M. Klipper; J. Treadway; G. Parker; R. Weade; J. Phelan;

G. Gross; P. Romero,- L. Gundersen; B. Caldito; B. Kielhofer.
Bottom: B. Lombrota; D. Baus; R. Plumach; D. Chassin; A.
Muller; C. Bradshaw; R. McConaughey; T. Arias; B. Scott; G.
Medina.



RIFLE TEAM Top, left to right: K. DeGon; R. Parker; G. Cop-
penhaver; D. Reece; G. Medina. Third row: J. Turner; L. King,-
D. Keller; F. Romero; D. Chassin. Second row: B. Scott; F.
Dube; T. Arias; B. Scott; B. Flumach. Bottom: J. Chase,- F.
Miller; B. Kielhofer,- T. Townsend; S. Rowley.




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OFFICERS, left to right: Cadet 2nd
Lt. F. Townsend; Cadet 2nd Lt. J.
Chase,- Cadet Capt. G. Barbier,
company commander.






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OFFICERS, left to right:
Cadet Capt. J. Trower,
company commander;
Cadet 1st Lt. B. Crowe,
Cadet 2nd Lt. Terry Cor-
rigan ; Cadet 2nd Lt.
Charles Wommack.




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OFFICERS, left to right: Cadet 1st
Lt. J. Dimpfl; Cadet 2nd Lt. D. Ryter ;
Cadet Capt. F. Miller, company
commander; Cadet 2nd Lt. R.
Duran ; Cadet 1st Lt. R. Toledano.









Frank gives Carolyn a little
advice in Mrs. McThing.



G. McCullough, A. Haskell
and M. Smith worked hard
at Lute Song rehearsals.



Drama



Opening the high school drama season was
Mrs. McThing. Originally a Broadway play written
by Mary Ellen Chase and made famous by Helen
Hayes, Mrs. McThing is a comic fantasy illustrating
the point that "small boys shouldn't always scrub
their ears and that perfection is a terrible thing."

During the Christmas season, The Coming of
Christ was presented through the combined efforts
of Mr. V. A. Herr and Mr. Don Musselman. The
Coming of Christ is a contemporary work in the
style of a medieval-type mystery play. The music
for this play was composed by Gustav Holtz, and
the words were written by John Masefield, England's
present poet laureate.

Unusual plays seem to have been the theme of
drama this year. Following this same characteristic



was Lute Song, which is a Chinese classic play that
has enjoyed a continuous stage life for more than
500 years. For many centuries it was played by
strolling Chinese players. Written by a 14th century
school-master, Lute Song was presented to the Amer-
ican public on Broadway in 1946. There it starred
the versatile Mary Martin and Yul Brynner. Although
Lute Song has lost some of its folk-tale simplicity
through dramatizing it on a formal stage, it has
been a fascinating stage experiment for many
groups.

Through these plays, the actors themselves have
not only received a great deal of experience, but
also the Glee Club, the Sock and Buskin Club, and
the speech-drama classes have experienced a sense
of co-operating and participating. They have been
the active, "behind-the-scenes" workers.



Karen Magnuson, Rosemarie Berman, and Kay Curtis
portray the Loomis Sisters, three old maids whose
attempts to be eager and coy at the same time would
be enough to frighten any man.



Vena Bennett, the mysterious Mrs. McThing who con-
ducts strange goings-on in the Blue, Blue Mountains,
scolds Carolyn Southwell for running away from
home.





The Balboa High School band
played a major role in our many
assemblies and athletic contests.
Students will long remember the
"Dixieland Blues" which, played by
the band at the pep rallies, set our
feet to tapping in rhythm.

A "transcontinental" trip to partici-
pate in the United Fund "kickoff" was
but one of the many community
services performed by the band.




BAND OFFICERS-Left to right: M. Smith, president; E. Ameg-
lio, vice-president; M. Smith, secretary; D. Randel, asst. con-
ductor,- S. McKay, secretary.





B H S MARCHING BAND-Left to right, file one: R. Weade; M. Smith; M. Miller; C. Eggleston,- A. O'Leary,-
N Litvin P Beeby J. Reynolds. File two: E. Cunningham; D. Reece ; J. Hern,- K. Amato; C Meggers,- J
Brinkley 'E. Morris,- E. Ameglio. File three: D. Snyder ; L. Dew; J. Farrell; R. Shuey,- R. Parker; P. Rose; S La-
qassie File four: D Harned; H. Brid; F. Townsend; S. Metheny; W. Brown; J. Hotz ; J. Stevenson; J Potter. File
five- P Thibodeau- J. King; M. Smith; K. Cox ; W. Daily,- D. Young,- J. Livingston. File six: J. Ward; D. Brown;
C Mugnier- M Walker; A. Lagassie,- M. Ward; J. Fuller,- S. Watts. Drum major: D. Randel.






The orchestra gets ready to play for the N. H. S. assembly.



The music department, under the direction of Mr. Victor Herr, has
presented throughout the year a wide variety of selections ranging from
medieval-type music to Debussy's "Beau Soir." In December, the Glee Club
appeared on TV for the first time in the school's history.

With Christmas just around the corner, work was begun by the Glee
Club on its medieval-type, mystery play, "The Coming of Christ." The band,
chorus, and orchestra dusted off their yuletide songs in an attempt to bring
a few minutes of a snowy, white Christmas to a sunny, ever-green Panama.



A chorus class rehearses prior to the spring concert.





Don Rondel, student conductor, leads the orchestra.



Mr. Herr is in the mood for music.



With the arrival of Carnival, our own "conjunto" supplied the native
touch to the gay and lovely tamborito at the flag-raising festivities on the
Canal Zone.

Another Herr-Musselman production, "Lute Song," with Vena Bennett
and Edgar Ameglio playing the leads, is in the making.

As this copy goes to the printer, the Spring Concert is not far off. It
is likely to contain such music as: a concert version of Gilbert and Sullivan's
"lolanthe/' "Lonesome Train," with soloist Frank Bright; and James Weldon
Johnson's poetry set to music in "God's Trombones." The concert will be
divided into two nights.



The glee club appears on a television program in the studios at CFN-TV.





FOOTBALL QUEEN AND
COURT Left to right: S.
Mable; B. Crowe, queen; M.
Lavallee.




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CHRISTMAS FORMAL QUEEN AND COURT-Stand-
ing, left to right: M. Moses; R. Dahlhoff, A. Haskell;
S. DeVorc. Seated: C. Dimpfl, queen.



TRACK QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: L. Ward;
S. Paige, queen; J. Dimpfl.



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VALENTINE QUEEN AND COURT-Top row, left to right: A Braswell;
M. Watson,- G. McCullough; J. Dimpfl; E. Stancook; P. McKeehan.
Bottom: D. Moses; L. Ward, queen, D. Bremer.











CARNIVAL QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: T. Bembenek, E. Pierce; C. Mastellari; E. Maduro; E. Ameglio,
B. Olave, O. Nunez, L. Burillo, queen,- C. Azcarraga, M. Pierce,- A. Perez; A. Varela; L. Martinelii S Daubin
D. Randel.



SADIE HAWKINS QUEEN AND COURT-Left to right: V. Perra ; P.
Waring, queen; B. Wheaton ; P. McKeehan.




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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Top row, left to right: C.
Thompson,- Z. Zelnick; J. Ricks; R. Castelli; F. Gon-
zales,- J. Whaler; N. Swenson,- J. Beeby; C. Valder-
omma. Bottom row: K. Frede; B. Stephan; C. South-
well.



LABORATORY ASSISTANTS-Back row, standing left
to right: D. Browne; R. Eisen ; M. Kelly; C. Rentz.
Middle row: P. Dempsey; F. Todd; M. Conover, M.
Miller; B. West; K. Cox. Front row: H. Errhalt; C.
Wommack; J. Tribe; S. Nelson.




OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Top row, left to right: I. Arjona ; B. Rodaniche,- A. Rentz,- B.
Spencer,- S. Schneider. Third row: K. Kirchmier,- S. Raymond; P. Larrinaga; S. Snyder,-
B. Bartlett; C. Hughes; J. Fields N. Webster,- N. Raybourne; M. Watson; B. Wheaton,-
A. Cheung. Second row: G. Slice; S. Sack; N. Hughes,- C. Lipszyc,- G. Perra,- C. Covington.
Bottom row: M. Stoakley; F. Davis,- E. Kaan,- L. Pearl; C. Schultz,- A. Garay.



COUNSELLORS' ASSISTANTS-Standing, left to right
B. Bartlett; S. Raymond; J. Maduro,- F. Davis; A
Cheung; M. Stoakley,- L. Cunningham. Seated: N
Webster; C. Lipszyc.



CLINIC ASSISTANTS-Top, left to right: J. Read,
K. Baughman; J. Cantrell; I. Michaelis. Middle: S.
Schneider,- B. Stiles,- M. Conover; P. McKeehan.
Bottom: R. Gandy ; R. Allen,- E. Stancook; B. Camp-
bell






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Linda Pearl and Eileen Cox make like busy bees in
home ec. class.




Left to right: P. Davis,- N. Crawford; M. Conover,-
B. Bowman; P. Paperno.



Left to right: G. Perra ; N. Hughes; V. Mauldin,- P. Cawl



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B.H.S. girls, presented by Miss
Eloise Monroe, teacher of household
arts in Balboa High School, modeled
attractive and stunning clothes which
they had made during the school
year. The styles which the girls from
her first, second, and third year home
economics classes modeled were street
dresses and sport clothes, as well as
semi-formals and formals. The 17th
annual fashion show, Chez Eloise, was
held January 15, 1958, on the front
lawn of Balboa High School.



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Some Math Club members look at the

names of the contestants for the big

math contest.




The chess players are at it again.




The Science Club returns from a field trip
to Gorgas Hospital.







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\iiiiiiiial Honor Society




Back, left to right: D. Ryfer,- C. Zirkman; J. Tribe; P. Bennett; D. Randel; V. Livingston,- S. Nelson; L. Raymond;
S. Farbman; F. Miller. Front: V. Quiros; B. Betz-Mykland; D. Chan,- E. Kaan ; J. Trower ; S. Mable; J. Dimpfl;
M. Hebert; Miss Whitman, sponsor.



National Thespians




Bottom left to bottom right: D. Browne,-
M. Smith; E. Sharpe; S. Farbman,- S. Mable;
J. Trower,- D. Randel; G. Wales,- Mr. Mussel-
man, sponsor; F. Bright; V. Bennett; L. Bur-
illo,- L. Odenz,- B. Betz-Mykland; K. Magnu-
son; C. Southwell.



Future Teachers ol America




Left to right: P. Taffe; D. Hansen; K. Egolf;
V. Hill,- C. Zirkman, president; E. Kaan,- L.
Cunningham; N. Swenson,- M. Walker; R.
Covington; Miss Stindt, sponsor.



Sink \ liiiskin








Top, left to right: K. Baughman,- J. Eglinton,- H. Adams; B. Rodaniche, M. Moreno,- J. Garcia; G. Endara; R.
Berman; E. Maduro; A. Garay; S. Canas. Fourth row: J. Rettinger,- P. Voortmeyer; D. Paperno,- B. Betz-Mykland;
S. Johansson,- C. Schultz,- V. Mauldin ; M. Garcia; K. Cox ; K. Hale,- S. Sack; F. Arthin,- C. Dalke ; G. Fitzgerald;
V. Ogden; A. Wood; D. Horned; I. Michaelis; B. Stiles. Third: D. Wheeler, K. Magnuson,- O. Winstead; S.
Fawcett; B. Perra,- E. Kaan ; F. Kirkland; B. Calvo,- N. Litvin,- C. Southwell; J. Doughty,- D. Hansen,- E. Price,-
B. Preston,- A. Leonard; D. Stringer; S. Snyder; B. Parker; S. Lagassie; M. Watson. Second: B. Bowman,- M.
Ward; J. Meyers,- P. Rogers; C. Azcarraga,- T. Durfee,- E. Eisenmann,- C. Huff; M. Conover,- S. Farbman; M.
Hebert; R. Monzon ; R. Jones; R. Allen. First: M. Smith; M. Smith; L. Burillo; D. Browne,- S. Mable,- C. Clark;
S. Toussieh,- R. Zirkman,- D. Randel; L. Odenz ; G. Garcia.




Fill hit Norses of America



Top, left to right: D. Aydelkop; J. Cornish; S. Barrett,- L. Burillo,- P. Vale; I. Darling; C. Thompson; J. Molone,
S. McKay,- M. Trost; M. Smith; P. Kelly,- Mrs. Journeay, advisor,- C. Musselman ; S. Lagassie,- D. Wheeler,- R.
Thompson,- K. Cox,- M. Ward; R. Gandy. Middle row: V. Hill; C. Colling,- R. Larson,- P. Voortmeyer; M. Dejer-
nette,- M. Baggott; G. Vale,- B. Stiles,- N. Grimes; K. Beasley,- P. Crook; P. Davis,- M. Coppenhaver. Bottom row:
B. Bowman,- J. Heilman; B. Calvo; D. Chan, president; J. Meriwether; F. Adams,- R. Argerenon,- R. Van Dyke.










Stamp dub




Left to right: T. Ho; B. Sprague,- T. Sheppard; J. Esslinger; Mr. Fisher,
sponsor; E. McNeil; W. LeBlanc,- P. Blades; A. Carroll; E. Suarez.



hill- lineman Huh




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Top row, left to right: L. Martinelli; L. Burilb; S. Farbman,- V. Avila, president; R. Chanis,- E. Eisenmann; M. Dew,-
E. Ruess; A. Luddy; D. Chan,- D. Aydelkop; E. Johnson,- F. Vales; G. Estrada; S. Watson; E. Suarez; H. Mendez.
Third row: C. Lipszyc,- M. Varela ; S. Daubin; J. Garcia,- Miss Aycock, advisor. Second row: A. Varela,- W.
Ferro,- B. Calvo,- M. Moreno,- B. Rodaniche,- B. Olave. Bottom row: A. Tapia; E. Maduro; G. Endara; E. Pierce;
S. Canas,- A. Cheung.



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Left to right: R. Zirkman,- E. Suarez; D. Hansen,- J. Tribe,- G. Garcia; S.
Sasso,- I. Damerau; J. Eglington,- C. Zirkman, president.





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Standing, left to right: F. Hall; J. Zardon,- V. Avila,- C. Wommack; Mr.
Batolden, adviser,- R. Toledano,- T. Ho,- J. Kline; B. Scott. Kneeling, left
to right: B. Sander, president; B. Kirkland.



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Top, left to right: D. Browne, president; L. Gundersen, S. Morency, F. Skinner,- P. Flatau,- S. Daubin,- F. Vales,-
D. Hansen; M. Sailer; P. Vale,- E. Ruess,- S. Barrett; C. Eggleston, M. Miller, P. Blades Bottom: D. Snyder; G.
Lord; P. Harold; L. Brown,- P. Janowitz,- J. Barr,- E. Suarez,- A. Muller,- D. Sikorski; C. Clark.



Top, left to right: L. Gundersen,- D. Browne; V. Avila; S. Toussieh. Bottom:
M. Miller,- J. Tribe, president; S. Barrett,- C. Eggleston; B. Rice.




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Top row, left to right: J. Rettinger; E. Eisenmann; A. Cheung
E. Suarez; D. Hoenke; I. Arjona,- E. Rennie; P. Morgan
Third row: D. Aydelkop; D. Hansen; G. Abadi; F. Vales
E. Ruess; B. Calvo. Second row. D. Chan,- L. Handy,- P
Abadi; E. Johnson,- V. Mauldin,- L. Burillo. Front row: M
Garcia, president.




Standing, left to right: D. Clarke; D. Abell; J. Marshall; J.
Catron; M. Canham ; L. Hunnicutt, president; O. Sadler,-
E. Suarez,- L. Gundersen,- R. Hopkins,- F. Todd. Sitting:
S. Morency,- K. Cox ; C. Eggleston,- B. West; P. Morgan,- M.
Conover,- N. Webster,- R. Allen; I. Darling; M. Ward; C.
Harrison.



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Standing, left to right: S. Whitmore,- Mrs.
Graham, adviser,- B. Olave. Kneeling, left
to right: J. Casey,- M. Dubbs.



Window Display Committee





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I. iris' iihlriii Association



Top, left to right: I. Arjona,- K. Flowers,- P. Rogers; D. Folse; J. Tribe; M. Lavalle; J. Hotz. Middle row: E
Heilman, M. Downing,- C. Thompson,- L. Reyes,- S. McKay; C. Davis,- C. Schultz, B. Perra,- C. Herr, president,
J. Malone. Bottom row: S. Paige; L. Raymond,- V. Perra,- C. Watson, S. Cruz; D. Horned; S. Figueroa; B. West;
J. Lawler.



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Top: A Lagossie,- T. Womble. Third row, left to right: R. Shuey; M. Schoch; F. Harley,- T. Corrigan,- E. Burch
A. Scott. Second row, left to right: A. Nahmad, president; S. Toussieh; R. Parker,- J. Reynolds,- J. Snodgrass
C. Rentz,- J. Trower. Bottom row, left to right: B. Halvosa,- R. Barbara,- T. Cunningham,- P. Corrigan; T. Days
T. McKeown, D. Ryter,- G. Barbier.










Sports




Come to the Jamboree and join in all the fun




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Will Billy make it? You bet!




Has Sputnik invaded our volleyball game?




What happened to the football?




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Top, left to right: B. Parker; J. Meriwether,- J. Whaler; D. Hoenke; L. Pearl; J. Mantovani,- M. Coppenhaver,-
G. King,- C. Covington, Pres.; L. Sikorski; C. Musselman. Center: B. Boatwright; S. Smith; J. Kirkland; V. Maul-
din,- S. Watson,- S. Watkins,- D. Trasavage,- F. Adams,- P. Morgan,- B. Heilman,- S. Allen; L. Stratford. Bottom:
V. Hill; C. Osborne; B. Smith; M. Dejernette,- J. Heilman; M. Conover; C. Thompson; I. Michaelis,- S. Figueroa;
D. Hutchinson; M. Downing; R. Thompson.




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As the year began, Carolyn Covington,
newly-elected president, began reminding
the Pep Squad to complete their self-
designed red and white uniforms for the
first home game. During the football season,
they performed on the field at half-time
through rain and knee-deep mud. Their
excellent formations were the result of hard
and constant practice at lunch time and
after school. At the pep rallies, they gave
the cheerleaders support, which was es-
pecially needed when new cheers were
introduced. Their final performance of the
season was on Dad's Night when they used
flash cards while seated in the stands and,
together with the cheerleaders from both
schools, formed the Victory V on the field.

Their officers and Miss Ball are to be con-
gratulated on the fine showmanship with
which they helped school spirit.





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JACKIE DUNN, Sr. 2 yrs.




riiiTrlisnliTS



Bo Bo

Bo bo ski wat'n dot'n undat 'n ssssss

Bo bo ski wot'n dot'n undat 'n ssssss

Who can beat 'urn?

We can beat 'urn.

We're the team that can defeat 'um

Bo bo ski wat'n dot'n undat 'n ssssss.




LYNN RAYMOND, Sr. 2 yrs.




GLORIA ELY, Jr



JANET TRIBE, Sr. 1 yr.




BARBARA KLIPPER, Jr. 1 yr.



SHARON DE VORE, Jr. 2 yrs.




JUDY HOTZ, Jr. 2 yrs




ERCE, Jr. 1 yr.
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Football



After being dealt a humiliating blow at the
Jamboree, the Bulldogs settled down and went to
work. By the end of the season they had won both
the Interscholastic and Isthmian titles. The Bulldogs
also managed to remain undefeated and unscored
against in any of their Interscholastic games.



COACHES Left to right: Coach Anderson
and Coach Horine.





Top, left to right: S. Gorham,- R. Scott; L. Spradlin; R. Parker; D. Adams,- L. Bateman,- M. Schoch; C. Rentz,- A.
Scott; K. Sheridan; B. Sikorski; C. French; O. Sadler; D. DesLondes. Middle: T. Womble; J. Snodgrass,- P. Cor-
rigan ; T. Cunningham; T. Days; H. Womble; J. Reynolds; J. Marshall; R. Blevins; B. Rathgeber,- D. Abell;
G. Ness. Bottom: D. Ryter,- B. Bateman,- R. Barbara; A. Nahmad; T. Corrigan; T. McKeown,- J. Trower; R.
Million; G. Burch; B. Halvosa,- M. Crook; C. Douglas.








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Jamboree




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BHS 6 AC


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Oct. 18


BHS 14 JC





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BHS 14 CHS







Nov. 1


BHS 13 JC







Nov. 7


BHS 7 AC


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Nov. 15


BHS 19 CHS









SENIOR BACKS R. Barbara; T. McKeown, J. Trower ; B. Bateman,-
A. Nahmad; D. Ryter.




LINEMAN-Left to right: C. Douglas,- G. Burch; M. Crook; R. Million,- T. Corrigan ; B. Sikorski, B. Halvosa.








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SENIORS AND RETURNING SQUAD MEMBERS-Left to right:

G. Trimble,- A. Nahmad; E. Folse ; P. Delegado,- G. Alexander,-
R. Barbara, capt.; G. Barbier.



Scoreboard



March 28


BHS


vs. AC


April 8


BHS


vs. AC


April 11


BHS


vs. Faculty


April 15


BHS


vs. AC


April 18


BHS


vs. JC


April 22


BHS


vs. CHS


April 28


BHS


vs. JC


May 2


BHS


vs. CHS


May 9


BHS


vs. JC


May 13


BHS


vs. CHS


May 22, 23, 24


JC Tournament




Hopeful tryouts await their turn.



This boy can really jump!



Do you think he will block that ball?








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CAPTAIN, COACH AND MANAGER-Left to right: R. Bar-
bara, capt. ; Coach Hurin, T. Sheppard, manager.



liiiskHlnill



Because of several changes in this year's athletic program, the basketball
team was scheduled to begin its season in March. As the Zonian copy goes to
the printer. Coach Hurin is already planning his strategy and is thinking about
his selections for this year's team. Raul Barbara and Lem Kirkland are the
only returning lettermen and Charles French, Al Nahmad, and George Barbier
are the veterans returning from last year's squad.

Similar to last year's system, this year Coach Hurin plans to use the
full-court press as a defensive and offensive weapon. He will also continue
to place emphasis on defensive play, and he will stress the importance of
always being alert and ready to defend Balboa High School's goal or score
against the opponents.

With the combined efforts of the returning players and the new material
coming up from junior varsity. Coach Hurin hopes to come up with a team
capable of having a successful season.




Who needs ladders?



It's not very funny; we should be ten points ahead



Boy, that was quite a game!





S r ii r e li o a r il

Jan. 14 BHS 2 JC

Jan. 21 BHS 5 CHS 1

Jan. 24 BHS 1 JC 2

Jan. 31 BHS 17 CHS 2

Feb. 4 BHS 8 JC 1



COACH AND MANAGER-Left to right: Coach
Horine and Manager G. Rambo.




The Balboa High School pitchers, F. Harley, L. Kirkland, M. Schoch, and J. Cline,

take the mound.



Top, left to right: Coach Horine,- G. Rambo,- C. Kiamco; L. Thompson, R. Parker; B. Hitchcock, H. Wilkinson,-
J. Morris; R. Blevins. Bottom: C. Chase; L. Kirkland; M. Schoch,- F. Harley; R. Scott,- G. Barbier; C. French; B.
Bateman; R. Million; J. Kline,- D. Ryter, captain.








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It looks like C. French and G. Barbier are
warming up for home runs.



Which bat do you like, Johnny?




liilM'llilll



By defeating the junior college in the final game
by a score of eight to one, the Bulldogs cinched their
fifth interscholastic championship. Thus they remain
in possession of the newly-presented Shrine trophy.

A newcomer to BHS, Coach Larry Horine managed
the Bulldogs through a hard-fought season. He
placed emphasis on speed and batting ability, and
throughout the season he was right in there hustling
with the team.



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Morgan Schoch turned in a fine pitching per-
formance with a 3-0 record. Fred Harley also did commendable work on the pitching mound. In the batting
department it was Gary Ness, John Morris, and Don Ryter who kept hammering the ball for hits. In the
"runs-batted-in department," Charles Chase easily proved himself superior with a grand total of eight.
Speedy Charley French led the team in stolen bases.

All the Bulldogs played hard, and the team will miss such baseball men as Trimble, Barbier, Ryter, Chase,
Bateman, Million, and Harley, who will graduate this year, but Coach Horine has a fine group of underclass-
men returning who should make up a strong nucleus for next year's baseball team.



L. Thompson covers third base.



R. Blevins plays a good game of baseball.




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CAPTAIN AND MANAGER Left to
right: Ed Suarez, manager, and Carl
Toothman, captain.




T. Days, J. Trower, and R. Barbara take the
180-low hurdles with ease.



TEAM Back row, left to right: Coach Pettingill; B. Halvosa; B. Caldito; C. Toothman,- A. Nahmad; T. Womble,-
G. Barbier,- A. Lagassie; R. Scott; C. Douglas; T. Days; S. Toussieh; H. Feeney; E. Sharpe; B. Boyette,- C.
Rivera; J. Snodgrass,- B. Leves. Middle: M. Bettsak; B. Richardson,- E. Suarez; A. Libert,- J. Trower,- C. French,-
T. McKeown,- T. Corrigan ; R. Barbara,- D. Adams. Front: D. Sikorski,- D. Abell; O. Sadler,- T. Ho ; J. Suarez;
D. Pajak; K. MacKenzie,- B. Sprague,- L. Brown,- B. Scandrett,- W. French; J. Morris,- S. Gorham.




Trail




As the Zonian material is mailed to the p' inl
track team is busy at work loosening up their sore muscles
and getting into shape. There will be ten returning letter-
men from last year's team to compensate (or the loss of
several fine track men as Bill Holt, Dan Winklosky, and
Bob Toothman.





C. Rivera passe



B. Halvosa goes up, up, and over.



Coach Pettingill is counting on Abel Lagassie and Tom
McKeown in distance running, Charles French and Carlos
Rivera in the sprints, Raul Barbara and Joe Trower in the
hurdles; Carl Toothman and Frank Leves are good pros-
pects in the high jump. Excellent support should also come
from Solly Toussieh and George Barbier in the broad
jump while Bill Halvosa and Terry Corrigan should do
well in the pole vault.



The senior line-up gets ready to go. Bang!



Because of slight changes made this year,
the Balboa Relays will be held on two
consecutive nights instead of one.



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Plans had already been made for an active swimming
season as this article was sent to the printer. A total of six
meets were scheduled for this year's team. Although the
swimming season was still a month away, Bulldog swimmers were
seen working out and getting into shape.

Don Ryter was elected to lead the boys' team while Carolyn
Holmes was elected captain of the girls' team.

Ten leftermen were expected to return this year, but Coach
Pettingill believed there would be an open field in swimming
and that swimmers with determination to win and willingness
to work would be able to earn a position on the team.



B. Maxwell takes off on a
cutaway.





COACH AND CAPTAINS-Left to right:

C. Holmes,- Coach Pettingill; D. Ryter.



VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM-Top row, left to right: J. Reynolds,- D. MacLean,- T. Days,- S. Toussieh; B. Hitchcock;
D. Browne; G. Anderson; R. Caldwell; C. Clark; S. Gorham,- K. Sheridan; A. Scott; O. Sadler; D. Pajak.
Middle: R. Gangle; P. Golden,- J. Ward; M. Rudge ; E. Corrigan; J. Turner,- M. Bettsak; E. Suarez; P. Koncir,- D.
Ryter, captain. Bottom: D. Sikorski; J. Steiner ; C. Holmes, captain; M. Walker,- B. Smith; J. Hotz,- P. Rogers;
H. Gundersen,- M. Howe,- D. Harned; S. Rowley,- B. Maxwell; D. Btesh.






B. Maxwell shows fine style in the
swan dive.



T Days and B Maxwell race in the pool.



T. Days and B. Maxwell start off on the backstroke.




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It looks like a tie.




They're off and



P. Rogers and C. Holmes cool off before
swimming workouts.




P. Rogers, B. Maxwell, and C. Holmes practice
their backstroke.





Look out! I'm coming through!



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Participation was at an all time high in this
year's intramural program. This was especially
true in the interclass track meet, where competi-
tion proved to be exceptionally keen. The "AA"
tackle football league also proved to be a high
light in this year's program.

The sports that were offered this year were
as follows: football, basketball, bowling, golf,
horseshoes, ping pong, softball, swimming, tennis,
and wafer polo.

The intramural program in Balboa High School
is for the purpose of offering enough activities to
students so that every student, regardless of
ability, has a chance to participate in some phase
of school athletics.




Who has the high score here?




Hey! Where's the rest of my team?



Charlie watches as Danny shows us how
to hit that ball.



One wouldn't think they would have to
warm up for a game in the tropics.





All right, grab the flag and not my arm







Wow! 1 almost missed.


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Playing a hard game of basketball can be
hot work in the tropics.



It certainly pays to be tal



The boys seem to really enjoy their game
of table tennis.



So do these!




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"A" LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS-Back row:
C. Thompson,- L. Reyes,- J. Hotz,- S. McKay; J. Ma-
lone; C. Davis,- B. Heilman. Front row: L. Raymond,-
C. Herr ; J. Lawler; J. Tribe.




"B" LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS-Top, left to
right: S. Cruz ; K. Flowers; D. Harned; L. Sibauste,-
R. Van Dyke,- S. Figueroa. Bottom: M. Downing; M.
Lavallee; I. Clark.



Girls' Sports



There was a good turnout for the girls' intramural sports program, which included
volleyball, basketball, bowling, and softball. Teams were formed, and active team
competition took place.

All Stars were chosen in volleyball and basketball, and the "A" League All Stars
played the Cristobal and Canal Zone Junior College "A" League teams in exciting
games. The "B" League All Stars played the Cristobal "B" Leaguers. The Bowling
All Stars were taken from both "A" and "B" Leagues by picking the five girls with the
highest individual scores. They played both the Cristobal and C.Z.J.C. teams.

Those girls making All Stars for the first time and playing one full game receive
a letter and also meet the qualifications for the Girls' Athletic Association. When a
girl has lettered in All Stars, she receives a gold basketball or volleyball for the All
Star team that she made. If she continues to make All Stars in this sport in succeeding
years, she receives a bar.

All Star and intramural participation awards will be given out at the Awards
Assembly.



Strike one!



The pause that refreshes after bowling.





"A" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Top row, left to right:
J. Hotz, S. McKay,- J. Malone,- C. Schultz; A. Schmidt,
B. Heilmon; C. Thompson. Kneeling: J Lawler,- C.
Herr ; J. Tribe.



"B" LEAGUE ALL-STARS-Standing, left to right: B.
Perra; M. Downing, K. Flowers; L. Sibauste; D.
Horned; H. Meggers, D. Folse; R. Monzon. Kneeling:
S. Cruz, R. Covington, I. Arjona; I. Berg Clark.





Look at that jump!



Will it clear the net is the








Watch those hockey sticks, girls!




Suspense!!!



Auristela Schmidt is bound
and determined to make
that basket



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Freshmen

Nll|llllllll!IITS

Juniors




The busy bees of the shorthand class tran-
scribe their scribbles into words.




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It's not a bug. It's Louis Boteman welding in
metal shop.




We even have stoves in the tropics.




Skipper Rowley works hard on his map
for United States history.



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Top, left to right: D. Btesh; J. Ashton; R. Agerenon,- F. Adams; T. Aleman,- G. Abadi; B. Amar ; B. Austin,- D.
Bradshaw; J. Nickerson,- J. Blevins; R. Butler,- W. Beardall. Middle: S. Adams,- F. Andrews,- J. Almeda; J. Blaney;
W. Brown,- B. Battista; R. Burda,- S. Berg,- B. Arnold; G. Arias,- D. Barger; R. Bettis; P. Beeby. Bottom: M. Borowiec;
R. Adams; R. Arthur; F. Ammirati; J. Bateman,- G. Anderson; E. Bleakley,- D. Brown,- C. Bridges; T. Bright; W.
Browder; J. Bassett.



Top, left to right: L. Corrigan,- M. Bradley,- B. Bongiorni, J. Deming; J. Crane,- L. Cortelloni; E. Drew; L. Barn-
hart; S. Dunn,- E. Conn ; D. Bremer; B. Bell; B. Bowman; M. Baggott; B. Boatwright; P. Black. Middle: C. Brown;
R. Dillon,- S. Bindulski; D. Baltozer; R. Bennett; M. Dorsett; S. Donelan; B. McGowin, R. Colclasure,- L. Braun,-
C. Braden,- B. Bell; W. Cofer; M. Dubbs,- M. Brannon. Bottom: J. Barrett; T. Cosca,- S. Bishop; J. Dyke,- E. Cor-
rigan,- J. Dworak; R. Denson,- R. Daniel; W. Camp,- H. Smith; J. Dykhuis,- B. Cole,- J. Branch,- L. Botzenmayer,-
Christensen.




Top, left to right: T. Ebdon,- R. Castelli; J. Finlason,- J. Days; J. Clarke; L. Cunningham,- C. Carey; W. Engelke;
M. Dills; S. Daubin,- S. Davis; E. Carter,- A. Durham; J. Forbes; J. Fortune; J. Chase. Middle: C. Hollowell; B.
Dykes; J. Cantrell; L. Degenaar; G. Gilly; P. Greene; P. Golden,- M. Cooke,- M. Gagan ; D. Grim,- R. Gandy;
J. Eberenz; P. Corrigan,- M. Coppenhaver; B. Deming; G. Garcia. Bottom: P. Davis,- E. Eddleman; J. Freeman,-
W. French,- A. Edwards; C. Fitzgerald; G. Daughtry,- R. Glazer,- W. Fink; J. Farrell; F. Gonzalez; S. Davis,- N.
Crawford, P. Crook.









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Top, left to right: M. Hurtado; K. Freede ; J. Helsel, T. Kelly,- B. Gerhort; E. Enriquez; L. Gill; S. Freeman; R.
Fulop,- T. Jaggers, A. LeBrun,- C. Lam ; D. Des Voigne,- B. Faircloth; M. Powell; P. Elia ; S. Harari. Middle: L.
Hirschmann; L. Fanton, A. Estrada; D. Hansen; E. Hill, V. Hill, R. Keller; J. Luhr ; M. Husted; L. Herring; M. Koncir,
F. Huddleston, K. Egolf; P. Freiershaus, N. Hiegel; E. Idol; R. Hern Bottom: J. Lawler ; K. Hughes; A. Carroll;
C. Howell; J. Kolenda; F. Hinek; B. Herrera; L. Frauenheim; T. Wolf, D. Jenkins; G. Lord; P. Woods; J. Hare;
J. Lawrence,- F. Hood, J. Hawkins; V. Grimes.

Top, left to right: K. McCarthy; J. Kirkland; P. McCarthy; D. McKenna, D. Oglesby; R. Monzon ; C. Mugnier;
P. Manos; J. Isbell; M. Maduro; D. Moses, E. Matheney; A. McGuire; S. Lemmer. Middle: M. Lewis, Lemasters,-
M. McCarragher,- J. Mantovani; G. King,- R. Larsen; G. Johnson; S. Mohr ; S. Jones; L. O'Quin; R. Jones, C.
Michael; L. Mattice; T. Plowman Bottom: S. Lagassie,- S. Lively, Z. Lugo; W. McCord; W. Moeller ; T. Moore;
T. Lake; F. Longford; M. Metheny; G. Metzger,- N. Middleton, J. Potter, G. Powell.




Top, left to right: O. Roos ; R. Snyder; P. Pires; J. Reichart; R. Rice; C. Roger, E. Stallworth; J. Stevenson, C.
Rowen ; G. Silvas, B. Rogers; R. Street; B. Stephen; S. Sommerville,- N. Perez Middle: D. Paperno; T. Rizcalla;
F. Snyder; P. Sheridan; D. Rudy; C. Schwarzrock; C. Osborne; J. Suarez; W. Stielau; G. Sevier; A. Smith; E. Ott ;
J. Pennington. Bottom: C. Prescott; J. Slice; J. Vecchione; C. O'Donnell; R. Rivera,- F. Simmons, F. Smith, M
Rudae; W. Smith- F. Stewart- R. Sexton- R. Spraaue.





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Top, left to right: P. Taffe; L. Sikorski; R. Van Dyke; S. Wallace; S. Smith,- L. Sullivan; P. Stokes,- M. Van Loon
C. Valderrama; W. Wilkinson; L. Stratford; C. Southwell; M. Pruitt. Middle: S. Wenborne,- J. Til ley; B. Trahan
A. Wilmoth; B. Vache ; J. Sutherland; S. Whitmore,- M. Simpson,- E. Wirfz,- B. Walker,- R. Wilson; M. Urrutia
F. Walker. Bottom: J. Ward; C. Zelnick; R. Zirkman,- W. Utley,- P. Underwood; J. Tilley; L. Wilson,- D. Winn
J. Thompson; D. Trasavage; M. Yohros,- J. Whaler.




The first few weeks we were excited
but s-c-a-r-e-d-! Yet when everybody
just seemed to accept us, we felt pleased
and fell right into step with our upper-
classmen.

Our new experience began with the
election of Worden French, president;
John Deming, vice-president; and Didi
Bremer, secretary. Appointed chairman
of the showcase committee was Barbara
Rogers.



FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSOR-Left to right:
John Deming, vice-president; Dalys Bremer, secretary,- Worden
French, president; Mr. Myers, sponsor.



FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE-Top row, left to
right: S. Lagassie; L. Frauenheim,- J. Sutherland.
Middle row: B. Rogers; S. Bindulski. Bottom row: L
Gill; K. McCarthy; P. McCarthy.



FRESHMAN PICNIC COMMITTEE-Top, left to right:
D. Moses; C. Baughman; P. Davis,- R. Jones. Third
row: E. Matheney; D. Bremer,- L. Cunningham. Sec-
ond row: R. Van Dyke,- R. Monzon. Kneeling: R.
Zirkman; B. Bowman.




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Top, left to right: G. Brannon, J.
Maduro; J. Sullivan, M. Nahmcicl,
B. Rathgeber. Bottom: E. Pierce.



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Left to right: B. Thrift, K. Ma|or,
D. Jenkins, J. Fernan; D. Cunning-
ham; R. Edmondson, T. Kaska; J.
Metcalf, B. Valliant, J. Brink; H.
Griffin; B. Lemmer; J. Hunter; M.
Arosemeno; D. Sikorski; R. Pruitt



Left to right: C Colling, S Rouse;

B. Jenkins; J. Moore, G. Newell;

C. Tester; P. Thomas.



Many different outside events added fun to hard
work, the largest one being our annual freshman
party. Dancing, food, games, and a talent show
made the party unforgettable.

We are looking forward to our sophomore year
in the best school, "our own" B. H. S. with hopes that
it will equal the memorable experiences of our first
year in high school.



FRESHMAN COORDINATING COMMITTEE-Left to
right: M. Nahmad, chairman; J. Thompson. Unpic-
tured: J. Ward; C. Fitzgerald.





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FRESHMAN SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Top,
left to right: L. Degenoor,- L. Cunningham;
G. Garcia, C. Baughman, B. Rogers, chair-
man. Bottom: S. Lagassie; P. Davis; L. Gill
Not pictured: R. Zirkman.




Sophomores




Top, left to right: J. Bryant; K. Casey; J. Bellus; K. Bassett; K. Beasley; S. Allen; C. Bradshaw,- F. Baggott; R.
Amato; A. Braswell; K. Clark; K. Curtis,- J. Behar ; J. Brinkley; R. Covington. Middle: R. Blevins; B. Batcheldar,-
M. Brandon; B. Burns; S. Baker; B. Bartlett; M. Bowen,- A. Cheung,- J. Chedester; D. Carey,- E. Cox,- K. Baugh-
man ; P. Abadi; R. Allen. Bottom: D. Baus ; S. Allen,- B. Archibald; M. Bettsak; C. Berg ; T. Bembenek,- F. Bright;
K. Amato; T. Arnold; A Barley,- M. Cassidy,- A. Altizer.



Top, left to right: D. Chassin,- J. Deemer ; P. Dempsey; E. Eisenmann; M. Dejernette,- G. Estrada,- J. Conklin,-
F. Davis,- J. Feraud; N. Edwards,- H. Elliott; B. Flumach. Middle: K. Flowers; J. Doughty,- G. Fitzgerald; C. Dalke ;
M. Cluver; S. Fields,- D. Crook; J. Doherty,- J. Fields,- M. Davison,- I, Darling. Bottom: A Eberenz,- B. Caldito; D.
Dombrowsky,- R. Caldwell; C. Clark; E. Dolan,- J. Catron,- L. Dial,- M. Daniel; D. Fulop,- J. Cole.




Top, left to right: J. Heilman ; A. Heuck; M. Houser; J. Hearne,- J. Griffin; B. Hanna,- C. Huff; M. Klipper; H. Gun-
dersen; B. Kimberling,- S. Godsey,- T. Ho ; Middle: S. Gupton,- E. Johnson,- E. Jenkins,- D. Harned; L. Handy; F.
Hall; J. Garcia; D. Keller,- M. Kelly,- R. Gangle; S. Hele ; N. Haynes,- D. Griffin. Bottom: T. Hunter,- S. Gorham,-
D. Hatcher,- J. Kline,- G. Hesters,- D. Hoenke,- G. Herrera,- P. Janowitz; B. Gibbs ; H. Harvey; C. Harrison.










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Top, Left to right: V. Lombroia,- J. McNall; L. Maxwell; A. Muller,- N. Litviri; K. Mohl; R. Lawson,- P. Mc-
Keehan,- P. McGuire; L. Kielhofer,- G. Kent; J. Meriwether; R. McConaughey. Middle: S. Laquidara; V. Ogden,-
I. Machaelis; D. Monteath; B. Olave; K. MacKenzie; J. Nickerson, J. King,- M. Orr ; A. Leonard; K. Kirchmier; C.
Lopez,- E. Morris. Bottom: J. Marshall; R. Morris; C. McMoth; G. Ness ; M. Norton,- B. Miller,- C. Mire,- E. Lince,-
R. Leggiere; J. Meyers; D. MacLean; T. More; J. Kimball.



Top, left to right: D. Pearce,- C. Lawrence; S. Raymond; J. Steiner,- J. Phelan,- C. Ridge; E. Shafer; K.
Pearl; D. Rogers; G. Rambo,- N. Parker; M. Richters,- J. Rettinger Middle: J. Price; J. Read; P. Rogers; F. Roe ;
E. Ruess; H. Raymond; P. Rose; V. Perra,- E. Price; D. Patterson,- B. Sander; R. Parker. Bottom: A Schwolm;
D. Smith; L. Spradlin,- J. Pearson,- B. Plicet; B. Ruiz ; D. Pajak; A. Scott; C. Rentz ; M. Schoch; K. Sheridan,- E.
Rennie,- R. Scott.




Top, left to right: F. Todd; B. West; S. Watkins; B. Stiles, D. Strumpf; B. Smith; B. Weaton,- P. Woring ; N.
Webster; M. Stoakley,- G. Vale,- S. Thomas. Middle: R. Weade,- R. Underwood; J. Treadway; A. White,- C.
Watson; M. Willis; D. Wheeler, M. Sailer,- N. Swenson; A. Velasquez,- R. Thompson. Bottom: M. Conover; C.
Thompson; J. Turner; E. White; H. Womble,- C. Schultz; G. Trail; J. Woods,- P. Thibodeau,- B. Watson, S. Watts.





CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSOR G. Ness, president; B. Bartlett, secretary; R.
Caldwell, vice president; Mr. Case, sponsor.




CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE Left
to right: V. Ogden; B. Wheaton, chair-
man,- G. Ness; P. McKeehan.



SHOWCASE COMMITTEE-Top, left to right; J. Rettinger, S. Hele,
I. Michaelis; C. McMath; M. Conover; C. Thompson,- D. Horned;
C. Huff. Middle: S. Allen,- M. Davison,- B. Bartlett; E. Cox ; K.
Flowers,- D. Beasley. Bottom: G. Vale; E. Eisenmann,- F. Davis;
N. Litvin,- M. Stoakley.




SADIE HAWKINS COMMITTEE Top
row, left to right: C. McMath, chair-
man; R. Allen; D. Wheeler,- J. Doherty.
Third row: G. Perra,- B. Bartlett; B.
Stiles,- J. Rettinger. Second row: R.
Blevins; J. King,- N. Litvin,- N. Swenson.
Bottom: V. Ogden,- K. Beasley; J.
Deemer.




Sophomores



At lost we are nearly hall way through and almost
ready to begin the third lap as mighty juniors, with hopes
that it will prove to be as successful as our sophomore year
has been.

Surely you'll never forget the unforgettable event, our
very own Sadie Hawkins Dance with Penny Waring as
Daisy Mae and Frank Bright as Li'l Abner. Daisy Mae's
dreams for an ideal Li'l Abner came true in Judy
Rettinger's fontasy, "Saga of Dogpatch." Ginny Perra
and her committee are to be commended for their efforts
in making it a huge success.

Who could help but have liked this past year with
such leaders as Gary Ness, president; Ray Caldwell, vice-
president; and Barbara Bartlett, secretary.

Many other events and lots of fun and work made
this a never-to-be-forgotten year.




FROLIC COMMITTEE-Top, left to right: R
Caldwell; B. Miller. Third row: D. Wheeler;
R. Thompson Second row: J King ; J
Deemer. Bottom: G. Ness, chairman.



SADIE HAWKINS COMMITTEE-Top, left to
right: B. Bartlett; M. Davison, T. Ho. Middle:
J Read, K. Hale,- J. Deemer. Bottom: G
Vale,- J. Ogden ; V. Perra, chairmon



UNPICTURED SOPHOMORES
Standing, left to right: R. Blevins,-
T. Ho. G. Vale, M. Stoakley, S
Allen; F. Davis; M. Davison. Sifting:
G. Hesters; D. Horned, B. Stiles; R.
Allen,- D. Hoenke.




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Top, left
ander,- P
J. Beeby
J. Clare;
man,- W.



to right: E. Boysha,- S. Cruz ; J. Cameron; M. Chase; W. Allen; P. Allen; L. Arroyo,- H. Barker,- P. Alex-
Andrew; B. Connard; N. Clarke,- Z. Alers; N. Bauchman ; I. Berg. Middle: K. Cox ; V. Bennett; B. Baus,-
T. Arias,- J. Aleman ; R. Brown,- B. Clark; F. Arthin,- S. Booth; S. Barrett; J. Barr ; S. Clinely,- J. Adkins,-
B. Campbell. Bottom: D. Abell; J. Bradley,- A. Azcarraga,- D. Brown,- B. Bruhn,- T. Ashton ; L. Bate-
Boyett; P. Blades,- D. Adams,- D. Brown,- R. Bailey.



Top, left to right: S. DeVore,- M. Downing,- G. Frederick; R. Dahlhoff; G. Endara; P. Van der Dijs; C. Davis; S.
Eastman,- P. Flatau,- S. Figueroa,- Z. Figueroa. Middle: C. Chase,- C. Dimpfl; C. Dorfman,- C. Eggleston,- R. Eisen;
G. Castro; R. Chanis,- M. Fanton; F. Diaz,- G. Ely,- T. Durfee,- M. Canham. Bottom: B. Claxton,- T. Days,- P. Cor-
rigan,- D. Deslondes,- R. Engle,- R. Durling; B. Dyke,- K. DeGon ; J. Engelke,- D. Eisenmann,- E. Chaluja,- T. Cun-
ningham.





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Top, left to right: L. Kidd,- J. Kintner; B. Klipper,- B. Fortune,- M. Garcia; C. Holgerson,- E. Gerhart; E. Howe; N.
Grimes; L. Lugo,- L. Hinkle; P. Norman. Middle: M. Hollingsworth; R. Hopkins,- G. Gross; L. Gundersen; J. Hotz,
L. King,- A. Haskell; C. Kiamco; P. Kelly,- B. Heilman; K. Kearns,- C. French. Bottom: G. Kintner,- B. Hele ; B. Hitch-
cock; H. Feeney,- J. Hern ; C. Hill; L. Hunnicutt; W. Ferro; B. Hassler; B. Kirkland.




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CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: John Morris, president; Ann Haskell,
secretary; Carlos Kiamco, vice-president.



CLASS SPONSORS-Mr. Mikulich
and Miss Matthews.




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Top, left to right: T. Pena ; M. Pena ; M. Miller,- M. Smith; P. Morgan; H. Mendez,- M. Pierce; B. Maxwell; M. Moses,-
S. Morency; H. Meggers,- Y. Middleton,- S. Snyder,- S. Reihart; B. Parker. Middle: J. Ortiz,- V. Mauldin; J. Mor-
ris ; S. McKay,- E. McNeil; L. Odenz,- J. Moreno; R. Lau ; L. Reyes, E. Stancook; J. Malone,- S. Sack,- B. Perra.
Bottom: A. Perez; F. Leves,- W. Livingston, W. Loar ; A. O'Leary; A. Lagassie; G. McKenna,- C. Leves; H. Laven-
der; C. Pearson,- B. McNamee,- G. O'Sullivan,- M. Nahmad.




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Top, left to right: S. Wilson; A. Varela,- A. Tapia,- M. Walker, P. Tate ; B. Scott, R. Tercos, S. Rowley; P. Voort-
meyer; F. Romero,- K. Weeks, S. Watson; C. Touchet. Middle: R. Rentfrow,- E. Suarez, K. Zimmerman, O. Win-
stead; G. Sigl; P. Vale,- L. Taylor,- A. Wood; M. Watson,- E. Thompson, S. Tillman; R. Wallace, D. Vestal
Wilber,- C. Sucre. Bottom: J. White, R. Winberg, J. Wallace,- J. Reynolds, J. Snodgrass; S. Toussieh, O. Sadler;
D. Sullivan,- T. Womble,- R. Shuey, L. Martinelli; W. Williams,- D. Turner, H. Stahl

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CHRISTMAS FORMAL COMMITTEE--
Standing, left to right: S. Snyder;
J. Kintner; K. Davis; M. Ward; M.
Fanton,- A. Wood; S. Booth; P.
Blades; B. Clark; B. Boyett; M. Wat-
son,- C. Dimpfl, chairman; E. Gerhart;
H. Meggers,- M. Smith; I. Clark.
Front, left to right: D. Browne,- M.
Nahmad; H. Feeney. Back, left to
right: B. Williams,- A. O'Leary,- D.
Eisenmann; A. Azcarraga.



Juniors



Our junior year was hard, but we had

fun while we worked. John Morris was

elected our president; Carlos Kiamco, vice
president; and Ann Haskell, secretary.

Carol Dimpfl reigned over our beautiful
Starlight Christmas Formal, which one en-
tered by crossing over a cleverly-designed
bridge into a wonderland of silver stars
and little reindeer.

The big social event of the junior and
senior classes was the Junior-Senior Banquet
and Prom.

Getting our junior rings was one of the
most wonderful events of the year. We
realize that at last we are reaching the



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our senior year




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BANQUET COMMITTEE-Back left to right: R. Eisen;
L. King; T. Cunningham,- K. DeGon; T. Womble; S.
Toussieh, chairman; L. Thompson,- E. Chaluja,- P. Cor-
rigan. Front, left to right: P. Tate; P. Vale,- E. Eggle-
ston,- S. Cruz,- A. Varela,- H. Mendez,- E. Thompson,-
L. Kirkland. Kneeling: S. Barrett. Not Pictured: C.
Dorfman,- N. Durling,- J. Fields,- B. Hassler,- A. Perez,-
J. Wallace.








JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE-Top row,
left to right: C Davis; D Browne,
chairman Third row: S. Morency, L
Odenz; A. Haskell. Second: P. Flatau,-
M Watson, P. Voortmeyer. First: P
Morgan,- S. DeVore.









SHOWCASE CHAIRMEN-Left to right:
K. Cox, E. Stancook; M. Walker.




CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE-left to right:
S Morency, chairman; L. Hinkle; G. Frederick.



JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE
Top, left to right: R. Dahlhoff, K. Keorns,
S. McKay, G. Sigl, M. Garcia; S. East-
man,- D. Vestal. Kneeling: C. French,
L. Hinkle, chairman,- J. Morris; C. Hol-
gerson; E. Suarez. Not pictured: D. Abell,
T. Ashton, L. Bateman,- J. Beeby, V. Ben-
nett, G. Castro, T. Durfee, W. Ferro, E
Howe, L Reyes,- J Wilber.



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Seniors




This passageway, deserted by the "class of '58,"
may be cement and stone; but it holds memories of
four years of our lives that won't soon be forgotten.




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The seniors last year to look at the Daily.




We hear that college composition will be
even harder than this!




The mighty seniors have fun at the
Inaugural Ball.




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Balboa High School




Top, left to right: D. Randel; M. Hazera; C. Douglas; W. Halvosa, P. Delegado; G. Alexander; L. Estenoz
P. Bennett; S. Clemmons; J. Grubbs,- F. Harley, E. Burch; J. Chase; J. Cordovez; C. Toothman,- B. Bateman
C. Laatz; M. Crook; L. Beckley. Fourth row: J. Esslinger; E. Cunningham; R. Kielhofer,- A. Nahmad; J. Cosca
J. Curtis; F. Andrew; W. Fullman,- E. Chism; W. Le Blanc; R. Duran ; V. Avila; E. Ameglio; S. Johansson; E
Errhalt; G. Barbier; R. Eggleston,- F. Dube; A. Libert. Third row: C. Herr ; E. Kaan ; J. Eglinton; H. Adams
J. Fuller; H. Brid; R. Kessler; L. Mastellari; C. Cambra; S. Aliponga; R. Casira,- J. Entebi; E. Folse,- S. Sitton
N. Hughes,- J. Dimpfl; L. Burillo; E. Bailey,- F. Townsend. Second row: B. Calvo; A. Garay; C. Covington; M
Conover,- C. Jackson; B. Bishop; D. Hutchison; S. Fawcett,- D. Jones; E. Damerau; B. Betz-Mykland; J. Barnes
L. Dew; J. Dunn ; A. Frangioni, R. Gandy; M, Hunyadi; M. Dew,- B. Crowe. Bottom row: S. Sasso, S. Canas
F. Padua; L. Breeding,- R. Head,- P. Cunningham,- R. Berman,- M. Greene,- M. Reimann,- A. de la Lastra,- R. Curro
S. Dunning,- D. Chan,- D. Aydelkop; J. Garcia,- S. Farbman; M. Jordan, D. Young; M. Ortiz,- F. Bauchman.



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Victor Avila

Dora Adyelkop

Raul Barbara

Paul Bennett

Bernice Betz-Mykland

Luisa Burillo

Dolly Chan

Joan Dimpfl



Sheila Farbman
Sabra Fawcett
Rochelle Head
Mary Hebert
Emma Kaan
Cesar Kiamco
Virginia Livingston
Sue Mable



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Top, left to right: J. Trower,- B. Scott; F. Miller; L. Siegel, G. Wales, R. Toledano; C. Wommack, R. Moore, P
Saxon,- D. Reece; R. Boggs,- D. Tate ; R. Million, E. Sharpe. Fourth row: M. Smith; B. Sikorski; L. Wong ; O
Nunez, C. McGriff; R. Hayden ; N. Pedersen, C. Meggers, T. McKeown, B. Priest,- E. Maduro, W. Svab
D. Ryter ; J. Lawler. Third row: V Quiros, L. Longmore; M. Vivas; G. Slice; H Wakefield; S. Purdy; L. Ray
mond; F. Skinner; B. Sander; G. Medina, A. Rentz ; D. Miller, C. Mastellari, R. Valentine, S. Nelson; M. Trost
Second row: D. Rogers, S. Schneider,- J. Ricks; B. Preston,- C. Zirkman,- S. Metheny; D. Rose; A. Schmidt; B
Rodaniche,- M. Moreno, J. Livingston; M. Smith; J. Tribe; N. Therrell; J. Zardon,- T. McCullough, K. Monagan
Bottom row: P. Larrinaga,- N. Raybourne; M. Varela, K. Magnuson,- B. Spencer, M. Smith, F. Paige; L. Pearl
L. Ward; D. Stringer, L. Parsons; M. Starr, G. McCullough; M. Lavallee,- S. Mable,- A. Luddy; E. Olave,- C
Lipszyc, E. Maduro.




Frank Miller
Albert Nahmad
Sandra Nelson
Frances Paige
Harriette Preston
Virginia Quiros
Don Randel
Lynn Raymond



Don Ryter
Robert Sikorski
Sam Sitton
Janet Tribe
Joe Trower
George Wales
Leonardo Wong
Caroline Zirkman



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High School

Class of m



CLASS OFFICERS-Left to right: Mary
Hebert, president,- Eileen Damerau, secre-
tary,- Raul Barbara, vice-president.




History



We're seniors now, but not for long. Soon, ALL our high school
days will be memories.

Would you like to relive your high school days? Can you take it?

We're the freshman class of Balboa High! Only freshmen, but in
high school at last. Now we can choose our own officers. Don Ryter,
Terry Corrigan, and Mary Hebert are elected to lead us through our
first year in high school. Soon the first high school dance is here.
Aren't we excited? If only these freshman boys would ask the girls
to go! Christmas vacation is here; but let's not be too elated: our
first semester exams! Well, we passed them. The year flies now.
Soon it's May and exams again! Freshmen again? No, we made it!



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There's only one recompense for summer's being over. We're
sophomores! Look how little those freshmen seem! Elections come
again, and we experienced voters elect Terry Corrigan, Don Ryter,
and Amy Luddy. All we hear is to work hard in order to have more
time for fun in our last two years. But some of us feel, "We're sopho-
mores now; we'll have fun NOW!" Oh, but we don't know what's
ahead of us, do we?

Summer comes and summer goes. We're juniors. But that's not so
important as being upperclassmen! We're almost as good as the
seniors! This year we vote David Tate, Al Nahmad, and Joan Dimpfl
to lead us.

The big moments that we look forward to this year are the Junior-
Senior Banquet and Prom. And we have a wonderful time at both!
Final exams, and summer is ours again. This routine would be getting
monotonous if we didn't dream of being seniors next year!

This is it!!! We are SENIORS!!! MIGHTY SENIORS!!! Even the
juniors look small now.

Mary Hebert, Raul Barbara, and Eileen Damerau are the leaders
whom we choose this year.

We see our last high school football games this season. The last
time to yell for our team! The end of the first six-weeks finds us in the
counsellors' office finding out if we have enough credits to make it
or not. Since we find out that we might, we are encouraged to go on.

At last the day arrives for the senior pictures; we get out caps
and gowns. But after Christmas vacation we have to bring them back.
Isn't that terrible?

The Valentine Formal is the big class dance this year! And we
have a "ball," don't we? Now we are not certain if we really want
to leave school or not.

Next on the school roster are the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom.
Just imagine, the last times that our Class of '58 will be together at a
B. H. S. dance.

Are we as eager to get out of school, now that all that is left is
graduation? We are excited, yet really sad down deep inside.




CLASS SPONSORS-Mr. Allen
B. Ward; Miss Mary Brigham.




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CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE-Seated, left to right: H. Adams,-
C. Zirkman. Standing: D. Tate,- E. Kaan, P. Bennett; L. Dew;
A. Nahmad. Not Pictured: D. Ryter; J. Trower.



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VALENTINE FORMAL-Top row: B. Halvosa; A. Rentz,- S. Johans- GROUP PICTURE COMMITTEE-Top, left to

son,- A. Luddy; C. Wommack. Bottom row: S. Sasso ; C. Herr ; N. right: A. Garay; E. Olave; J. Garcia,- R.

Therrell; E. Damerau; M. Starr. Not pictured: G. McCullough, Gancly. Bottom: S. Dunning; L. Raymond,
chairman; R. Million,- D. Randel; L. Parsons; B. Crowe.



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INDIVIDUAL SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE-Left to
right: H. Wakefield; F. Skinner; F. Bauchman; J.
Lawler,- S. Nelson, chairman. Not Pictured: B. Si-
korski.




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SENIOR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE-Standing, left to right: M. Lav-
allee; S. Purdy,- J. Dunn ; J. Eglinton, chairman; L. Burillo. Seated:
D. Moore; G. Burch; R. Barbara; T. Corrigan Unpictured: S. Paige.




CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE-Standing left to
right: O. Nunez,- T. McCullough; D. Aydelkop, chair-
man; L. Papazian,- N. Hughes,- B. Spencer. Kneeling:
A. De La Lastra.




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CARDS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS COM-
MITTEE-Standing, left to right: D. Stringer,-
D. Rose. Bottom: R. Head; L. Pearl, S. Ward,
chairman; D. Chan,- N. Raybourne.



SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE-Standing, left
to right: M. Hunyadi; M. Smith; D. Miller,
C. Covington; L. Mastellari. Bottom: E. Dam-
erau,- S. Farbman, chairman,- F. Miller.



SENIOR RING COMMITTEE-left to right: B. Rodoniche; S.
Schneider; S. Mable; M. Conover. Not pictred: M. Mooney.




HELEN A. ADAMS

"Howi"

Panama, R. de P.
"Her wit is the spark behind every
explosion."

Sock & Buskin 4; Co-ordinating Comm.
4; Singing Valentines 4; Chorus 1,2,4;
Chorus Sec. 4; Giee Club 4 ; Glee Club
Sec, Lib. 4; BkB Intra. 2,3,4; Bowling
Intro. 3,4; SB 2; VB Intra. 1,2,3,4;
Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Grad.
Usher 3; School T.V. Program 4;
" / ~oming of Christ" 4; Girls' State 3.



GARY ALEXANDER

"Sputnick"
Memphis, Tennessee
"Friendly guy with a great big
smile."
Glee Club 3; BkB 1,2,3,4; Fayette
County High School: "F" Club 3,4;
Rooter Club 1,2,3.



SELSO E. ALIPONGA

"Baby"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Life is not life at all without
delight."
Pon American Club 3; Spanish Club 3;
Usher Guard 4, R.O.T.C. PVT. 4; Aries
y Oficios: VB 2,3,4; Bond 3; FB 2,3,4;
BkB 2; Fourth of July Comm. 4.



EDGAR E. AMEGLIO

"GdJci"

Panama, R. de P.
"A big smile indicates a love of
life."

Sock & Buskin 4, Bond 1,2,3,4, Band
Vice-Pres. 4; Glee Club 3,4; Orch. 1,2,
Track 4; "Before the Corrida" 3;
Carnival Dance 1; Pep Bond 1; Ger-
man Band 1; Noon Orch. 1,2.



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HENRY ADAMS

Ancon, Canal Zone

"He lives ot ease with all mankind."
To.nera Club 3; Lettermen's Club 3,4;
Photography Club 3; S.A. Alt. 2; BB
3,4; Bowling Intra. 4; Drill Team 3;
Honor Guard 2; Rifle Team 2; Boys'
State 3; R.O.T.C. PVT.




VICTOR H. AVILA

"Vic"
Panama, R. de P.

"Quiet and shy, but quite a guy."
Camera Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 4;
Sock & Buskin 4; French Club 3,4; Pan
American Club 1,2; Pan American Ckb
Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Chrman. Pan
Amer. Day Assembly 4; Spanish Club
1,2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; United
Nations Club 3,4; Parrakeet 2,3,4;
Parrakeet Ad Sellers 2; Mgr. Parrakeet
Ad Sellers 3; Chorus 1,2; "Seven-
teenth Summer" 2; "Mrs. McThing" 4;
Usher Guard 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Carni-
val Dance 1,2,3,4, Chrman. 3,4; Pho-
tographer 3,4; SFC. 3, R.O.T.C.



DORA AYDELKOP

"Don"
Panama, R. de P.

"Her ways are ways of
pleasantness."
FNA 4; Library 1; Pan American Club
2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; United
Nations Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2; BkB
Intra. 1; VB Intra. 1; Cap & Gown
Chrman. 4; Carnival Dance 3,4;
Awards Day Comm. 4; "The Wander-
ing Dragon" 3; Math Club 1,2.



ELAINE BAILEY
Pensacola, Florida

"Peace and quietness are the most

valued possessions."
Clinic Assist. 2; Office Assist. 2; Jr.-
Sr. Banquet 3.



RAUL F. BARBARA
Tucson, Arizona

"Every inch a king; every foot
a ruler."
Lettermen's Club 2,3,4 ; N.S.P.A. 3,4;
Quill & Scroll 4; Get-Acquainted Dance
4; Visitor's Day Comm. 4; FB 3,4; BkB
2,3,4; BkB Intra. 3; Swimming Intra.
3,4; Track 2,3,4; Track Intra. 2,3,4;
R.O.T.C. PFC, 2; Junior Ring Comm.
3; Sr. Activity 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4;
School T.V. Program 4; Boys' State 3;
Parrakeet 3, Ed. 4.

GEORGE H. BARBIER
Ancon, Canal Zone

"A lot of work and a little more
will open all the future's doors."

Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; S.A. Alt. 2;
Co-ordinating Comm. 4; Exchange
Comm. 4; Get-Acquainted Dance 4;
Inaugural Ball 4; S.A. Officer, Pres.
4; S.A. Rep. 3; Ticket Sales 4; FB 3,4;
FB Intra. 1,2; BB 3,4; BkB 3,4 ; BkB
Intra. 1 ,2; Bowling Intra. 1 ; Swim-
ming 2,3; Swimming Intra. 1,2,3, Cap.
Swim. Team 4; Track 2,3,4; Track
Intra. 1,2,3,4; Awards Ball 4; Hal-
loween Dance 4; Fresh. Picnic Comm.
1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 1; Jr. Ring 3;
Senior Ring 4; Boys' State, Treas. 3;
Anncer. FB Games 4; A "Co" CDR,
Captain, R.O.T.C.



JOANN BARNES
Arubo, Netherlands Won Indies
"Always a sparkle in her face and

a gleam in her i
Pep Club 2.3, library Aultt. I; Office
Assist. 1; BkB Intra. 1,2; Bowling
Intra 3. SB I; VB Intra. 1.2.3.4;
Fashion Show 2.



BRUCE BATEMAN, JR.
"Bate"
Ancon. Canal Zone
"I tackle things as they come."
lettermen's Club 1,2.3.4. Football
Dance 3. Band 1.2,3; FB 1.2.3.4. BB
2,3; Track 3; Carnivol Dance 3; Talent
Show 2.4



FLORENCE BAUCHMAN
"Flosie"
Panama, R. de P.
"She's little, but so is dynamite."

Pep Club 2,4, Zonion Busi Staff 4;
Chorus 1,2,3; Ind. Sr. Pictures 4;
Fashion Show 1,2,4.



Chorus
SGT



LAWSON BECKLEY
Brooklyn, New York
'It is better to be brief than
tedious."
2,3; Boys Stole 3; HO T C



PAUL GROVER BENNETT
"Pablo"

Ancon, Canal Zone
"His only fault is that he hos none."

NHS 3.4, Stamp Club 1,2; NSPA
4; Porrakeet 4; Co-ordinating Comm
4. S A Rep. 4. Awards Boll 4. D'.:
Team 3; Bacc. Marshall 3; Grod. Mar-
shall 3. Honor Guard 3; R.O.T.C. IT
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BERMAN


"Hoi"




Panama, R.


de P



"Lives, laughs and loves her way
through life."
Sock & Buskin 1.2.3,4. FNA 1, Pan
American Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2;
United Notion* Club 2. Chorus 4,
Finion's Rainbow" Make-up Comm
3; "Pullman Car Hiowotho" 2; Be
for* 1 the Corrida" Makeup Comm. 3,
"My Client Curley" 3, Mr* McThing"
4. Jr Sr. Banquet 3; Carnivol Dance
3, Dramatic* Usher 1,2,3,4; Showcove
Comm 4



BERNICE BETZ-MYKLAND
"B"



Colo



Pane



"Brains and personality topped off
with a winning smile."

Sock & Buskin 1,2.3,4; NHS 4, Natl
Thespians 4, Pep Club 1; NSPA. 4;
Porrakeet 4; Singing Valentines 4,
Chorus 1,2,3,4, The Dust of the
Road" I; Why I Am a Bachelor" |j
Slorwogon 2. Seventeenth Sum-
mer" 3; Mr\ McThing 4, Cords &
Announcements 4, Dramatic* U*her 3,
Grod. Usher 3.



BARBARA ANN BISHOP

"Bobbie"
Bronx, New York
"Sincerity is a charm all its own."

Pep Club 2, Office Assist. 2,3; Chorus
1; BkB Intra. 2; Bowling Intro. 3. VB
Intra I; Showcase Comm. 4.



RALPH BOGGS

Wellsboro, Pennsylvania

"Silently eloquent."

Awards Ball 3; Color Guard 2,3. Dr. II
Team 1,2; Honor Guard 2; R.O.T.C.
M/SGT. ; Rifle Team 1,2; Sr, Ring
Comm. 4, Cristobal High School: Band
1 Orcheitro 1, Stage Cons. Comm. I.



LINOA ANNE BREEDING

"Little Btt"
St Petersburg, Florida

"She has a quiet disposition like

an angel."

Clinic Assist 3; Chorus 3,4; Fashion

Show 2,4, Dancing Club 1. F H A. 1.










HUMBERTO BRID

"Sombrero"
Panama, R. de P.
"I am sure worry is an enemy to

life."
Spanish Club 3; Band 3,4; Orchestra
1,2,3; BkB Intra. 2; Bowling Intra. 2
Swimming I; SB I; Ping Pong 1,2
Water Polo 1,2; Drill Team 2,3,4
Game Usher 1; SFC 4, R.O.T.C.



EUGENE BURCH

"Lightning"
Ft. Benning, Georgia

"A man who blushes is better than

one who turns pale."
Lettermen's Club 3,4; FB Donee 4; S.A.
Rep. 3; FB 3.4, BkB 4; BkB Intra. 3;
Track 3,4, R.O.T.C, 2nd IT. 4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Sr. Act. 4; Columbus High
School: Latin Club 2; Jr. Classical
League 1.

LUISA MARIA BURILLO

"Luchita"
Panama, R. de P.

"Leave silence to the saints,-
I am but human."
Astronomy Club 3; Sock & Buskin 2,3,
Trees. 4; French Club 3; F.N. A. 2,3,4;
Library Pres. 2; Natl. Thespians 3,
Treas. 4; Pan American Sec. 3,4; Span-
ish Club 1,2; United Nations Club
2,3,4; Assembly Comm. 3; Drives Club
4; S.A. Rep. 4; Chorus 2,4; "Star-
wagon" 2; "Finian's Rainbow" 2; "Pull-
man Car Hiawatha" 2; "Seventeenth
Summer" 3; "Before the Corrida" 3;
"My Client Curley" 3; "Mrs. McThing"
4; "Tooth or Shave" 2; Sr. Activity 4;
Carnival Dance Comm. 2,3,4; Grad.
Marshall 3; Talent Show 2,3,4; Carni-
val Court 2,3; Pan-American Day As-
semblies 3; Carnival Queen 4.



BLANCA E. CALVO

"Mami"
Panama, R. de P.

"A heart as good as gold."

Astronomy Club 1 ; Sock & Buskin
1,2,3,4; French Club 3; F.N. A. 2,3, Sec.
4; Library Club 1; Pan American Club
1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, United
Nations 3, Sec. 4; Clinic Assist. 2; As-
sembly Comm. 3; "The Dust of the
Road" 1; "Down in the Valley" 1;
"Londonderry Air" 1; "Starwagon" 2;
"Fintan's Rainbow" 2; "Seventeenth
Summer" 3; "The Lowland Sea" 3;
"Before the Corrida" 3; "Mrs. Mc-
Thing" 3; Carnival Dance 3; Fashion
Show 1; Grad. Usher 3; Showcase
Comm. 4.



CARLOS CAMBRA JR,

"Quico"
Panama, R. de P.

"True work mokes a man."
Pan American Club 1,2,3,4; R.O.T.C.
SFC; Usher Guard 2; Carnival Dance
2,3.



SONIA ANA CANAS

Tangier*

"Little, likeable, and laugh-loving."
Sock & Buskin 1,2,3,4; Pan American
Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Chorus
1,2,3,4; "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 1;
"Before the Corrida" 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Carnival Dance 3; Dram. Usher
2,3,4; Grad. 3; Showcase Chrman. 4.



RICARDO A. CASIRA

"Jingo"
Panama, R. de P.

"For men may come and men may

go, but I go on forever."
Pan American Club 4; FB Intra. 1;
BkB 1; BkB Intra. 1,2; Bowling Intra.
4 ; Swimming Intra. 1,2; SB 1,2; Ping
Pong 1,2,3,4; Water Polo 1,2; Drill
Team 3,4; R.O.T.C. SFC; Usher Guard
2; Game Usher 1; Spanish Club 4.



DOLLY ELSIE CHAN
Chitre, R. de P.

"A quiet girl of standing worth is
more than all the gold on earth."
French Club 3; FNA 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4;
NHS 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; United
Nations 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Chem. Assist.
3; Porrakeet 3; S.A. Alt. 2; Assembly
Comm. 4; Bowling Intra. 2; Cards &
Ann. 4; Carnival Dance 3; Showcase
3,4; Pan American Club 1,2,3,4.



JOHN P. CHASE

"Johnny"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Never a dull moment when
John's around."
Train Comm. 4; Drill Team 3; Hallow-
een Dance 3; R.O.T.C. 1st LT. ; Rifle
Team 2,3,4; Boys' State 3; Showcase 3.



EDWARD MYLES CHISM

"fddV

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

"He will succeed for he believes
all he says."

St. Stanislaus High School: BB 1,2;
BkB 1,2; Swimming 1; School Paper
1,2; FB Mgr. 1; Handball 1,2.



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FREDERIC STUART CLEMMONS

"Sit,"
Colon, R d.- P.

"Another specimen ol contented
satisfaction."
Track 1.4. note SFC.



MAXINE CAROL CONOVER
"Mai"

Ponomo, R. de P.

"Pep, punch and personality."
Math Club 2; Pep Club 4. Science Club
4; Counselors' Assist. 1, Office Assist.
1,2,3; Drives 4. Chorus 4; Showcase 3;
Sr. Ring 4; Bacc. Usher 3; Grod.
Usher 3.



JULIO E. C0R00VEZ M.

"Jules"
Panama, R. de P.

"He that has a good and a merry
heart has the world for a
cheering section."
Pan American Club 3,4; Spanish Club
3.4, Chorus 1, BB 4. BkB Intra. 1,4,
Bowling Intra. Capt. 2,4.



TERENCE P. CORRIGAN

"T.C"
Ancon. Canal Zone
"Man is what makes women envy
eoch other,"

lettermen s Club 3,4, S.A. Alt 1,2,3.
Get-Acquainted Dance 2, S.A. Rep. 4 ;
Visitor s Day 4; Welfare Comm. 4;
FB 3,4, Track 3,4, Water Polo 1
Awordi Boll 3, R.O.T.C. Ill LT Frosh-
Soph. Frolic 2, Jr. Ring 3; Sr Activity
4, Clan Pre*. 2, Class Vice-Pres 1



CAROLYN COVINGTON
"Sister"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A good lough is sunshine in the
house."

Pep Club 3, Pre* 4. Office Assist 3,4.
Troin Comm. 4; BkB Intra 3,4, Bowl
ing Intra. 3,4, VB Intro 3,4. Sr G.ft
4, Anaheim Union High School: Bible
Club 2. Spanish Club 2; Drill Team 2.



MICHAEL HERSH CROOK
"Mike"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A heart of gold encased in a
body ol steel."
Lettermen j Club 4, FB Dance 4, In-
augural Ball 3; Chorus I FB 2,3,
Capt. 4 ; Water Polo 2,3,4, R.O.T.C.
PVT. 2.



BETTY GWYNN CROWE

"Qwyn"
La Grange, Kentucky
"Those who know her smile know
a perfect thing."

Sock & Buskin 2,3; Nat. Thespians 3,4,
Pep Club 2; Spanish 3, S.A. Alt 4 ; Foot-
ball Dance Queen 4, Get Acquainted
Dance 2; Visitor's Day 3; "Storwagon"
2; "Seventeenth Summer 3; Awards
Ball 4; Halloween Donee 4. R.O.T.C.
Spons. CAPT.; Sadie Hawkins Dance
Court 3; Valentine Formal 4, Jr. Ring 3.



EDWARD RUSSEL CUNNINGHAM
"Id"

Panama. R. de P.
"Time is but the stream I go

fishing in."

Band 4; FB 3; Bowling Intro 3; Swim
ming 4, Track 2. R.O.T.C. PFC; Jr Sr
Prom 3.



GERAROO COSCA
"Moscj"


PATRICIA ANN CUNNINGHAM
"Pat"


Ponomo, R. de P


Hayti Missouri


"True to his word, his work, and
his friends."


"A good mind possesses o
kingdom."


FB 1. JV BkB 2. BkB Intra 1.2.3.4.
Bowling Intro 4 SB 1 Track 3, Track
Intro 1.3,4, Ping Pong 2,3; Drill Team
2. Honor Guard 2. R.O.T.C. SFC; Rifle
Teom 3, Usher Guard 2.


Natl Thespians 2.3,4. Library Assist
4. Office Assist 2.3. Chorus 1,2,3
Glee Club 1,2; Hayti High School
Dance Club 2 Student Congress 2.
FHA 3



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ROSE MARIE CURRO

"Rosie"
Greenville, Mississippi
"There's sunshine in that smile
of hers."
Pep Club 4; Cap & Gown Comm. 4;
Choctawhatchee High School: Glee
Club 1,2,3.



JERRY CURTIS

"Curt"
Ft. Worth, Texas

'If fame is only to come after death,
I am in no hurry for it."

Chess Club I; F.T.A. 1,2; Football
Dance 3; FB 3; BB 4; Track 4; Track
Intra. 3; Drill Team 2; R.O.T.C. SGT.
Carnival Dance 3; Talent Show 2,4
Whitihaven High School: FB I; BB 1
Track 1.



EILEEN DAMERAU

"Leeny"
Panama, R. de P.
"A happy heart is the luckiest
heart of all."
Astronomy Club 1,2; Sock & Buskin 2;
French Ckb 3; Library Club 1,2; Span-
ish Club 1; Parrakeet Ad Sellers 3;
S.A. Alt. 3; Singing Valentines 4;
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,3,4; "Down
in the Valley" 1; "The Lowland Sea"
3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Valentine Formal 4;
Class Secretary 4; School T.V. Program
4, Talent Show 1; Girls' State 3, Most
Talented; N.H.S. Usher 3; "The Com-
ing of Christ" 4.



LAURA JOY DEW
"Voo Poo"
Oakland Park, Florida

"Born with a gift of laughter, and
o sense that the world is mad."

M.S. P. A. 4, Parrokeet Ad Sellers 3;
Zonion 4; S.A. Alt. 1; Ticket Sales 4;
Band 1,2,3,4; BkB Intro. 3,4; Bowling
Intro. 4; VB Intra. 2,3,4; Christmas
Formal 3; Fresh. Picnic 1; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Orchestra 3; Pep
Band 1,2; Sr. Co-ordinating Comm. 4;
P. O.T.C. Office Assist. 4.



MEYLA DEW
"Dudu"
Panama, R. de P.
"Well-timed silence has much more

eloquence than speech."
F.N.A. 2; Spanish Club 4; Library
Assist. 3; Parrokeet Ad Sellers 3; Glee
Club 3,4; "Down in the Volley" 1;
"The Lowland Sea" 3; Math Club
2,3,4; Showcase Comm. 4.






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JOAN DIMPFL

"P. J."
Colon, Canal Zone

"She's pretty to walk with, witty

to talk with, and pleasing to

think on, too."

N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Club 1; Math Club 1,
Sec. 2; Chemistry Assist. 3; S.A. Alt.
1,2; Exchange Comm. 4; Inaugural
Ball 4; S.A. Sec. 4; Ticket Soles 4;
Visitor's Day 4; BkB Intra. 3; VB Intra.
3; Awards Ball 4; Halloween Dance 4;
R.O.T.C. Spon. Capt. 4; Christmas
Formal Court 3; Freshman Picnic 1;
Valentine Formal Court 3; Sr. Gift 4;
Class Sec. 3; Showcase Comm. Chrman.
2, Showcase Comm. 4; Window Dis-
play Comm. 2; Girls' State Senator 3.



CHARLES BUFORD DOUGLAS

"Chuck"
Nashville, Tennessee

"When there's fun, he's always
ready; but for dates his bike's
his steady."
FB 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; R.O.T.C. CORP.;
Rifle Team 1; Cristobal High School:
R.O.T.C.




FREDERICK B. DUBE

"Free/"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"The man worth while is the man
who can smile."
Chorus 1; R.O.T.C. SFC. 3; Rifle Team
3; Usher Guard 3.



JACQUELINE L. DUNN

"Jackie"
Panama R. de P.

"She majors in men and ranks high
on their honor roll."

Pep Club 1,2; Off ice Assist. 3; N.S.P.A.
4; Parrakeet Ad Sellers 3; Zonian 4;
Football Dance 3,4; Ticket Sales 4;
Band 1,2,3; BkB Intra. 1,3; Bowling
Intra. 2,3,4; Swimming 3; Swimming
Intra. 3; VB Intra. 1,2; "Seventeenth
Summer" 3; "My Client Curley" 3;
Awards Ball 4; Halloween Dance 4;
R.O.T.C. Sponsor MAJ.; Christmas
Formal Chrman. 3; Sadie Hawkins
Dance 2; Sr. Activity 4; Cheerleader
3,4; Dramatics Usher 3; Grad. Usher
3; Girls' State 3; Flag Twirlers 2; Last
Will & Test. 4; Miss Mistletoe 3.



SANDRA KAY DUNNING

"Sandy"
Springdale, Pennsylvania

"She's gentle, she's shy, but there's

mischief in her eye."
Pep Club 2,3; Chorus 2,3,4; Glee Club
4; VB Intra. 2,3,4; "The Coming of
Christ" 4; Sr. Group Picture 4;
Fashion Show 2; School T.V. Pro-
grom 4.



RICAROO J. DURAN
"Dicky"
Ponoma, R. de P.
"Takes life as it comes and

lovr
Spanish Club 1, Sock & Buskin 1. S A.
All I; S A Rep. 2; Bond 1,2; Orches
tro 2; Swimming Intro. 1; Drill Team
Master 2.3,4; Firing Squad 3,4; Honor
Guard 2.3.4; lO.f.C. 2nd IT; Usher
Guard 2; Showcase Comm 3



ROBERT EUGENE EGGLESTON

"Bob"

Ancon, Canal Zone

"A fellow we're glad we met for

he's a fellow we won't forget."

R O-T.C. SFC.. Boys' Slate 3.



JEANETTE MARIE EGLINTON
"Ettenaej"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"One of the best things to have up

your sleeve is a funny bone."
Discussion & Debate 4; Sock & Buskin
2.3,4, Lib. Club 3; Pep Club I; Lib.
Assist. 3; N.S.P.A. 4; Porrokeet 4,
Porrokeel Ad Sellers 3; Chorus I;
Bowling Intro. 3; Storwagon' 2; "The
Lowland Seo 3; "Before the Corrida
3 Jr Sr. Prom 3; Sr. Activity 4, Grad.
Usher 3. Talent Show 4, NHS. Usher 2.




JOSE ENTEBI
"Chito"
Colon, R. de P
"One who never turned his bock
but marched ever forward."

ROTC SGT ; Usher Guard 2.



HERWIG M. ERRHALT
"Irk"
Bodensee Germany
"Men of few words are the best
men."

Physics Assist. 4; Golf Intro. 3; Swim-
ming Intra 4



JOEL CROWLEY ESSLINGER

"fss"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Quiet and loyal, o boy who is

royal

Astronomy 2,3, Stomp Club 2,3, Vice

Pres. 4; Orchestra 1,2,3, Honor Guard

2,3,4, ROTC CPL




LUIS ESTENOZ M.
"Lucho"

Panama, R. de P.

"A stor whose talents shine."
Spanish Club 3, Usher Club 2, Track
3, Usher Guard 2.



SHEILA ANNE FARBMAN
Ponama, R. de P.

"Her friends there ore many.
Her foes-are there any?"
Sock & Busk.n 1,2,3,4, French Club 3;
N.H.S. 4, Natl. Thespians 2,3,4, Pan
American Club 1,2, Trees. 3, Parlia-
mentarian 4, United Notions Club 2,3;
Spanish 1,2,3,4; Counselors' Assist 2,
Zonian Ad Sellers 2; Exchange 4; In-
auaural Ball 4, S.A. Sec. 4; Ticket
Soles Chrman. 4; Visitor s Day 4;
Chorus 1; BkB Intro. 1,2; Bowling
Intro. 2, VB Intro. 1,2,3; Down in the
Valley" I, Londonderry Air" I;

Storwagon 2. FInian'i Rainbow 2,
"Seventeenth Summer" 3; "The Low-
land Sea' 3; Before the Corrida 3,
'Mrs. McThing" 4; Sr. Gift Comm.
Chrman. 4; Bacc. Usher 3. Carnival
Dance 2,3; Dram. Usher 1, Chrman.
2,3,4; Showcase Comm. 3; Kinlock
Pork Jr. High: Student Council Rep.;
Handbook Comm.



SABRA FAYE FAWCETT

"Sibi"
Birmingham, Alabama

"Loves oil, trusts all, and does
wrong to none."
Sock & Buskin 3.4; Chorus 3; Grad.
Usher 3, Sr. Showcase Comm. 4. Wil-
son High School: 4-Teen Chorus.



EDWARD FOLSE

"Ed"
Panama, R de P

"Never do todoy what you can get
someone else to do tomorrow."

Bowling Intro. 4, ROTC. SFC 3;
Cristobal High School Discussion &
Debate Club 2, Football Dance Comm.
2 Orchestra 1.2. BkB Intro. 12.3 4
SB 1. Ping Pong 1.2; Drill Team 1,2
ROTC. 1.2. Usher Guard 1,2.3; Gome
Usher 1,2.3; Boys State 3. Elks League
BkB 3. Dance Comm 2.





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ANDREA PEYTON FRANGIONI

"Andy"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"If he were a finer fellow, he

wouldn't be human."

R.O.T.C. SGT. 4; BkB Intra. 4; Bowling

Intra. 4; Golf Intra. 4; Track Intra. 4;

Boys' State 3.



JUDITH ANN FULLER

"Judy"
San Francisco, California

"Outward quietness, inward
sparkle."
Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; "The
Dust of the Road" 2; "Sunday Costs
Five Pesos" 2; "Why I Am a Bachelor"
2; "Mrs. McThing" 4.



WILLIAM G. FULLMAN
"Bill"

Ancon, Canal Zone

"Silence is a becoming ornament
to a young man."
Chorus 1,2,3.



RUTH ANGELA GANDY

"Ruthi"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"We have a way of spelling
friendliness: R-U-T-H."
FNA 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Clinic Assist.
4; Welfare Comm. 3; Chorus 1,2; BkB
Intra. 1; VB Intra. 1; Jr.-Sr. Banquet
3; Sr. Group Pic. Comm. 4; Flag
Twirlers 2.



JULIETA GARCIA L.

"Julietita"
Los Angeles, California

"T'was her thinking of others that
made you think of her."
Sock & Buskin 4; Pan American Club
4; Chorus 4; Cap & Gown Comm. 4;
Sr. Group Pic. Comm. 4; Maria In-
maculada: Literary Assembly.



MADELIENE MARIE GREENE

Panama, R. de P.

"Have you ever seen a dream
walking?"

Sock & Buskin 1; FTA 1; Library Club
1,2; Pep Club 2; Lib. Assist. 1,2; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Sacred Heart Acad-
emy: Sports Club 3; Nurses Club 3;
VB Intra. 3; SB Intra. 3; Carnival
Dance Comm. 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3.



JUDSON B. GRUBBS
"Jud"
Fort Benning, Georgia

"A tall body leaves room for a
gigantic heart."
BkB 1; Drill Team 2,3; Halloween
Dance 4; Honor Guard 2,3; R.O.T.C.
MAJ. 4; Christmas Formal 3; Port
Clintion High School: Projection Club 1.



CAROLYN E. HACKETT

"Karol"
Colon, R. de P.

"She's little; she's wise; she's a
terror for her size."

Pep Club 3; Clinic Assist. 2,3; Fashion
Show 2.




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AIDA C. GARAY

Panama, R. de P.

"Lovely to look at; delightful to

know."

Sock & Buskin 4; Pan American 3,4;

R.O.T.C. Assist. 4; Maria Inmoculada:

Literary Club; Chorus; VB.



WILLIAM T. HALVOSA
"Billy"

Ancon, Canal Zone

"Here's one for the gals tall,
blonde, and terrific."
lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4; S.A. Alt. 2,3;
S.A. Rep. 1 ; Safety Comm. 3; Visitor's
Day 4; FB 2,3,4; FB Intra. 1; BkB Intra.
2,3; Swimming 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Color
Guard 4; Fresh. Pic. 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Valentine
Formal 4; R.O.T.C. SGT.




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FREDERICK WILLIAM HARLEY

"Shorty"
Colon, R de P.

"Courteous he is, ond willing to be

of Ml
letter men* Club 3,4, Parr ok eel Ad
Seller* 3, BB 1,2.3.4; Bowling Intra 4,
Bowling Vur 3 4



RICHARD HAYDEN
Ancon, Canal Zone

"His smile makes life more
pleasant."
Office Assist. 1; BB 3. SB 3. VB Intra
3. R.O.T.C. CORP., Sadie Hawkins
Dance 3. Hawley High School VB I;
SB I. BB 1. Soccer 1.



MICHAEL HAZERA

"Bombs"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Nature creates merit and fortune
brings it into play."
Chess Club 1. SB 1; Water Polo I;
Usher Guard 2.3; R.O.T.C. COR.



OUIDA ROCHELLE HEAD

"Shellie"
Conway, South Carolina

"The price of wisdom is above
rubies."
Sock & Buskin 1, FNA 2; FTA 2,3,
N.S.P.A. 3,4; Porrakeel 3, Assoc. Ed.
4; Ouill & Scroll 4, Chorus 3,4; Cards
& Announcements 4; Grod. Usher 3;
School T.V. Program 4; Chem. Lab.
Assist. 3; Showcase Comm. 3.



MARY HOLLY HEBERT
Ponomo, R. de P.
"Give to the world the best that
you hove, and the best will come
back to you."
Discussion & Debote Club 4. Sock &
Buskin 2.3.4; FTA 3; NHS. 4, Pep
Club 2; S A. Alt 2. Exchange 4. In-
augural Ball 3; S.A. Rep. 1,3.4, Ticket
Soles Chrmon. 4; Train Comm. 4,
Chorus 4, Bowling Intro. 2; Star
wagon" 2; Before the Corrida" 3.
Christmas Formal 3; Fresh. Pic. 1; Jr.-Sr.
Banquet 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance
Comm. Chrmon. 2; Jr. Ring Comm. 3;
Class Pres. 4; Class Sec. I; Drom.
Usher 2; Valentine Court 1, Zonian
Cartoons 4; Showcase Comm. 1,2. Art
Advisor 2; Bagpipes & Costanels 3



CHARLOTTE ANNE HERR
Ancon, Conal Zone
"She's athletic, friendly ond kind,
another just like her you'll
never find

Sock & Buskin 3; O.A.A. 1.2,3, Pres

4. Zonian Ad Sellers 4; Inougural Ball
4; Chorus I; BkB 1.2.3.4, BkB Intra
1.2.3.4. Bowling Intro. 1,2.3.4. Field
Hockey Intra. B 1.2,3, SB 1,2.3,4,
Swimming Intro. I, VB Intra. 1,2,3,4,
"Seventeenth Summer 3. Before the
Corrida 3, My Client Curley" 3,
Christmas Formal 3, Froth Soph. Frolic
2; Valentine Formal 4. G.A.A. Dance
Dec. Chrmon 1,2,3, Grad Usher 3,
BkB All Star 2.3.4. SB All Star I VB
All Star 1,2.3.4. Bowling 3; Girls
Stale 3



NANCY CLAIRE HUGHES
"Nance"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Silence is more musicol than any
song."
Discussion & Debote 3; FTA I; Pep
Club 1, Office Assist. 2,3,4, Usher
Club I; Cap & Gown Comm. 4;
Fashion Show 1,2,4; Gome Usher I;
School T.V. Program 4; Showcose
Comm. 3, NHS. Usher 1.



MATTHEW G. HUNYADI
"Matt"
Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary

"The secret of success is constancy
of purpose."

Science Club 1,2; Swimming 1,2; Ping
Pong 4, Sr. Gift 4.



PAUL HARRIS HURST
Ancon, Canal Zone
"The world knows nothing of its
greatest men."
Parrokeet Ad Sellers 3. F8 Intro 1.2,
BkB Intra 2, Bowling Intra 4 Trock
Intra. 1; Drill Team 3. R.O.T.C. SFC
Usher Guard 2.



DIANNE HUTCHISON
"0/"
Panama, R de P.
"In goodness there ore all kinds of

riches.
Pep Club 3,4, Chorus 3,4, SB 3, VB
Intra 3.4; Fashion Show 2; Showcase
Comm. 3,4





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CHARLES JACKSON

"Tom"
Panama, R. de P.

"What is man but a wonderful

mixture of devil and saint."

Track 3.4, R.O.T.C. CPL. 2,3, Jr. Sr.
Banquet 3; Jr. Var. I.



SYLVIA EVELYN JOHANSSON

"Hecate"

"The mildest manner and the
gentlest heart."
Sock & Buskin 1,3,4; Chorus 1; "Why
I Am a Bachelor" 2; "Seventeenth
Summer" 3; "Mrs. McThing" 4; Valen-
tine Formal 4; Grod. Marshall 3;
Showcase Comm. 3; Usher 3; School
T.V. Program 4.



DONA M, JONES
"Doni"
Colon, R. de P.

"Always on the go in the midst
of fun."
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Drives 4; Singing Valen-
tines 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4;
SB 1; VB Intra. 3,4; "Coming of
Christ" 4; Sr. Activity 4; School T.V.
Program 4; Orch. Sec. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom
3; Girls' State 3; Glee Club Lib. 4.



MARILOU JORDAN

"Lou"
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
"When you're laughing, the whole

world loughs with you."
Zonian Ad Sellers 4; Bowling Intra.
3,4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; School T.V. Pro-
gram 4, Showcase Comm. 4 ; William
Penn High School: S.G.C. Sorority
2,3,4; Field Hockey 2.



EMMA B. KAAN
New York City, New York
"Not by years, but by disposition
is wisdom captured."
Sock & Buskin 1,2,4, FTA 4, N.H.S. 3,4;
Clinic Assist. 2; Counselors' Assist. 2,
Office Assist. 4; N.S.P.A. 4; Zonian 4,
Safety Comm. 4; Bowling Intra. 7,
"Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 1 ; Show-
cose Comm. 3; Co-ordinating Comm, 4.




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RAYMOND KESSLER

"Rsy"

San Diego, California

"He puts his troubles in a trunk,
sits on the lid, and laughs."
Band 1,2,3; Orch. 1,2,3; "Finian's
Rainbow" 2; "Pullman Car Hiawatha"
2; Usher Guord 2; R.O.T.C. PVT.,
Talent Show 2; Math Club 2; Aptos
School: Dance Band 1; Talent Show 1;
Variety Show 1; San Mateo High
School: Glee Club 3.



CESAR AUGUSTO KIAMCO D.

"Quimico"
Panama, R. de P.

"A mind filled with knowledge is
one that never fails."
R.O.T.C. CPL.



RAYMOND ROBERT KIELHOFER

"Bob"
Colon, R. de P.

"Better to be small and cast a great
light, than large and not shine
at all."
Awards Ball 4; Firing Squad 2; Hal-
loween Dance 4; R.O.T.C. CAPT. 4;
Rifle Team 2,3, Co-Capt. 4; Usher
Guard 2,3, Comdr. 4.



CHARLES M. LAATZ

"Charlie"
Yuma, Arizona

"Laugh and live; then learn."
FB Intra. 2; "The Lowland Sea" 3;
"Before the Corrida" 3; "My Client
Curley" 3; "Mrs. McThing" 4; Bacc.
Marshall 3; Grod. Marshall 3.



ARCELIA DE LA LASTRA

"Cheh"

David, Chiriqui

"Without laughter life is nothing,
and I love living."
Lib. Club 3; Couns. Assist. 2; Lib.
Assist. 3; Chorus 1; BkB Intra. 1 ;
Bowling Intra. 2,4; SB 1; Cop &
Gown 4; Fashion Show 1,2.



PALMIRA LARRINAGA
Ancon, Canal Zone
"A quiet Miss with a sparkling

Pan American Club 1,2,3; Office Assist
4. Usher Club 1,2, Chorus I, VB Intro
7, Tooth or Shave 2; Carnival Dance

1, Fuihion Show 2.4, G A A Dance 2;
Game Usher 1,2; School T.V. Program
4, Talent Show 1

MARY JANE LAVALLEE

"Mickey"
Worcester, Massachusetts

"Man has his will, but woman has
her way."
Sock & Buskin 1,2,3,4, FNA 2,3, V.
Pnt. 4, GAA 4; Lib Club 1; Natl
Thespian 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Clinic
Assist 2,3, lib Assist 1, N S PA 4;
Zonion 4, Zonian Ad Sellers 1,2; S.A.
Alt 1.4, Drives 2, FB Dance, Court 4;
Safety Comm. 3; Singing Valentines 4;
Train Comm. 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Glee
Club 4, BkB Intra. 1,2,3,4; Bowling
Intra 3,4, Field Hockey Intro. 3, SB
1,3. VB Intro. 1,2, All Stars 4, Water
Ballet 1, Down In the Valley 1.

Finions Rainbow" 2; "Seventeenth
Summer 3, The Lowland Sea" 3;
"Before the Corrida 3; My Client
Curley 3; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; Jr.-Sr.
Prom Court 3, Sadie Hawk in* Dance

2, Sr. Activity 4; Dram. Usher 2,3,
GAA. Donee 4, Grod. Marshall 3.
Grod Usher 3; School T.V. Program 4;
Flag Twirler 2; Referee's Club 1; Girls'
Slate 3, Counselor 4; Last Will &
Testament 4, Coming of Christ 4

JOAN LAWLER

"Merc"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Why be serious when there's so
much to laugh about?"

GAA 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; Zonian Ad
Scllert 4 : Ticket Soles 4; BkB 1,2.3.4,
BkB Intra 1.2.3.4. Bowling Intro.
1.2.3.4, Field Hockey Intra. B. 1 3,
Swim Intra 3.4, SB 1,2.3,4; VB Intra.
1,2,3.4; Water Polo 3; Frosh-Soph.
Frolic 2, Ind Sr Pic. 4 ; GAA Dance
1.2.3,4.



WILLIAM JOSEPH LEBLANC
"Willie"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"There's always a girl in his
future."

Stomp Club 4.



ANDRE J. LIBERT

"Goose"
Washington, D. C.
"Good humor is goodness and
wisdom combined."

BkB Intra. 3,4; Bowling Intra. 3- Swim
Intra 3,4, Track 3.4, Track Intra. 3,4,
Boys State 3, Gonioga High School:
Yearbook 1,2; Track 1,2; Trock Intro.
1.2; FB Intro 1.2; BB Intro. 1,2. BkB
Intro. 1,2










CLARA J. LIPSZYC

"C/jritj"
Panama, R. de P
"She is o lady both gracious ond

lib. Club 3; Pan American Club 1.2,3,4,
Lib. Assist 3, Office Assist. 4, Chorus
1.2; Moth Club 1.2.



VIRGINIA LEE LIVINGSTON

"Jenny"
Portsmouth, Ohio

"The heart's bush secret is in the
soft blue eyes."
NHS 4. S.A. Alt 2; Bond 1.2.3.4.
Chorus 1.2.3.4. Glee Club 1.2,3.4.
Orch 2,3,4, The Dust of the Road
2, Sunday Costs Five Pesos 2.

Why I Am a Bachelor'' 2. "Down in
the Volley" 1; "Finian's Rainbow 2.

'The lowland Sea' 3. Before the
Corrida" 3; "Mrs, McThing" 4; Fashion
Show 1,2; School T.V. Program 4.



LINDA LONGMORE

"Lindy"
Panama, R de P.

"People who know much say

little."

FNA 2.4, Lib. Club 1; lib. Assist. 1.2,

N.S.P.A. 4, Porrokeet 4; VB Intro

1,2,4, Sr. Gift 4, Girls Stale 3



AMELIA HARRIET LUDDY

"Amy"
Colon, R. de P.

"Her thought is deeper than
speech."

FNA 2, Rec. Sec. 3,4. GAA. 3. Pon
American Club 3,4, Pep Club 1; S.A.
Rep. I; Visitor s Doy 2; Chorus 4. BkB
Intro 1.3.4, SB 4; VB Intra 3; Before
the Corrida" 3; Christmas Formal 3;
Fresh. Pic. 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic Co-
Chrmon. 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2;
Valentine Formal 4; Class Sec. 2;
G.A.A. Donee 3; Grod Usher 3; Show-
case Comm. 1; Stamp Drive 3; Christ
mos Form. Court 3; Girls' State 3;
Point Sys. Orgoni. Co. 2; Prog. Chrman.
Sp. Club 4.

JESSE SUE MABLE

"Sue"

Washington, D. C.

"There's laughter on her lips ond
devilry in her eye; she gets along
with every guy."
Sock & Buskin 1.2,3, Sec 4. NHS
3.4, Noll Thesp. 3.4, Pep Club 1.2;
NSPA 3 4 Quill & Scroll 4. Zonion
3, Assoc. Ed. 4. Drives Chrman. 4,
Football Dance 4; Inaugural Boll 2;
Singing Volentines 1.4; Visitor i Day 4;
Chorus 1,2,3.4. Glee Club 2 3.4. Down
In the Volley 1 Finions Rainbow"
2 The lowland Sea 3; My Client
Curley 3; Mrs. McThing 4. Drill
Teom Spon. 4 ; Halloween Donee 4;
ROTC Spon. Co. A. CAPT. 4. Jr -Sr.
Bonouet 3; Sadie Howkini Donee 2.
Jr, Ring Comm. Chrman. 3; Sr. Ring
Comm. Chrmon. 4. School T.V. Pro-
gram 4; Valentine Court 1,2; Christ-
mas Formal Court 3, Football Court 4.
Girls Stale 3.




ELAINE MADURO

"f/e"
Panama, R. de P.
"Sparkling eyes twinkle mischief."
Sock 8. Buskin 2,3,4; Lib. Club 2; Pan
American Club 3,4; Pep Club 2,3;
Spanish Club 1,2; United Nations Club
3; Drives 4; Bowling Intra. 2; "Before
the Corrida" 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Carni-
val Dance 3, Court 4; Dram. Usher
1,2,3,4; Grad. Usher 3; Showcase
Comm. Chrman. 4.




ERNEST MADURO

"Jicky"
Panama, R. de P.

"A friendly neighbor from across

the border."

Spanish Club 1; Welfare Comm. 1,4;

Swimming 2,4; Water Polo 2; Sr.

Activity 4.



KAREN JEANNE M. MAGNUSON
Ancon, Canal Zone

"The dancing ballerina of B.H.S."
Sock & Buskin 4; Natl. Thespians 4;
Band 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Glee Club
1,2,3,4; "Down in the Valley" !;
"Finlan's Rainbow" 2; "Mrs. McThing"
4 ; Sr. Gift 4; Grad. Usher 3 ; School
T.V. Program 4; Talent Show 1; "The
Wandering Dragon" 3; Showcase
Comm. 1, Chrman. 3.



GWEN McCULLOUGH
"Tera"
Johnstown, Pennsylvania

"Here mischief lurks in gay
disguise."
Sock & Buskin 3,4; FNA 3,4; Natl.
Thespians 4 ; Pep Club 2; Inaugural
Ball 4; Ticket Sales 4; BkB Intra. 2;
Bowling Intra. 3,4; VB Intra. 1; "Star-
wagon" 2; "Finian's Rainbow" 2;
"Seventeenth Summer" 3; "Before the
Corrida" 3; "My Client Curley" 3,
"Mrs. McThing" 4; Christmas Formal 3;
Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Valentine
Formal 4; Grad. Usher 3; Showcase
Comm. 1,2,3.



THOMAS F. McCULLOUGH

"Tom"
Colon, Panama, R. de P.

"Easy going guy well-liked

by all."

Track 2; Cap & Gown 4; R.O.T.C.

PVT.; New Concord High School: Latin

Club 2,3; Hi-Y 2,3.



E. CORBIN McGRIFF

"Mac"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Whoever invented work should
have finished it."

S.A. Rep. 1; BB 3.






CARLOS A. MASTELLARI

"Charlie"
Panama, R. de P.

"Good humor is the health of

the soul."

Chorus I; Bowling Intra. 4; Track

2,3,4; Track Intra. 2,3,4; Water Polo 1,

R.O.T.C. SGT ; Sr. Gift 4.



THOMAS McKEOWN

"Woff"
Panama, R. de P.

"Man is not to question but to
adore."
Lettermen's Club 4, S.A. Rep. 4; Safety
Comm. 4; Visitor's Day 4, FB 4; BkB
Intra. 3; Swimming Intra. 3; Track 4;
Sr. Group Pic. 4; Elks League; Boys'
State 3; St. Leo's Prep. School: BB 1.




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LUIS MASTELLARI

"Pecas"
Panama, R. de P.

"All things come to him who will
but wait."
Porrokeet Ad Sellers 3; Chorus 1; FB
Intra. 3; Bowling Intra. 4; Swimming
Intro. 3; Water Polo 1,3; Usher Guard
3, R.O.T.C. 2



GILBERTO MEDINA

"Junior"
Panama, R. de P.

"Doing much work for little credit
is the mark of a man."
Astronomy Club I; Pan American Club
1,2; Stamp Club 1; Office Assist. 1;
"Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 1; "Down
in the Valley" 1; "Finian's Rainbow"
1; "Pullman Cor Hiawatha" 1; Drill
Team 1,2; Honor Guard 1,2; R.O.T.C.
SGT. ; Rifle Team 1; Usher Guard 1,2,3,
Sgt. of Guard; Carnival Dance 1.




CARLOS MEGGERS

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

. iolm speaks for him
Band 1,2,3.4; Glee Club 4, Orchestra
1,2,3 4, BkB Intra. 3; Swimming Intra.
3 FInlan'i Rainbow 2; "The low-
land Sea" 3; Before the Corrida" 3,
Award* Ball 2. R.OT.C. SGT 3; Rifle
Team 3; Usher Guard 2; Game Usher
3; School T.V. Program 4.



SAUNDRA METHENY

"Sandy"
Ft. Sill, Oklahoma

'Woman was not mode from Adam's

rib, but from his funny bone."
Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Orchestra
4, The Dust of the Rood" 2; Sunday
Costs Five Pesos' 2; "Why I Am a
Bachelor 2; The Lowland Seo" 3;
Before the Corrida" 3; "Mrs. Mc-
Thing" 4; School T.V. Program 4;
Noon Orch. 1,2,3.



DOROTHY A. MILLER

"Dot"
San Jose, Costa Rica

"Vim, vigor, ond what vitality!"
Astronomy Club 2; Sock & Buskin 3;
Pep Club 1; Porrakeet 4, Assembly
Comm 4, Visitor s Day 4; Chorus 1,2;
BkB Intra. 1,2,3,4; Bowling Intra. 3,4;
SB 1; VB Intro. 1,2,3,4, Fresh. Pic. I;
Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Sr. Gift 4,
Grad. Usher 3; Showcase Comm.
Chrmon. 3; Girls' State 3.




FRANK D. MILLER, JR.
West Point, New York

"A name compound of ability,
frolic and fun."
Sock & Buskin 1.2,3.4, NHS.
Stomp Club Vice-Pres.
Office Assist.
Intra.
Intr



I, Pres 2;
2, S.A. All. 2,3,4, FB
1.2; BkB Intra. 1,2; Bowling
>; Golf Intra. 4; Tennis 4;
Awards Ball 4, Drill Team 2,3; R O.T.C.
CAP. 4, Rifle Team 2,3.4; Usher Guard
2; Sr. Gift 4, G.A A. Donee 2; Chem.
Lob Assist. 3; Alexander Hamilton
Cont. 3.



ROGER JAMES MILLION

"Rogc"
Corvollis. Oregon

"Oh why must life oil labor be
when there's so much to do
and see."
lettermen s Club 3,4. FB 1,2,3.4. BkB
Intra. 1,2; Bowling Intro. 2,3 Water
Polo I; R.OT.C. PFC 2; Christmas
Formal 3; Sadie Howkins Dance 2;
Valentine Formal 4; Boys' State 3.



KATHRYN W00LF0LK MONAGAN

"Kathy"

Tela, Honduras

"Silence Is richer than any

crown."

Chorus 1,4, Fashion Show 1,- Showcase



RICHARD MOORE
"Big Dick"
Sandpoint, Idaho
"Over six feet of man: clear grit,
and human nature."
Lettermen s Club 4, Quill & Scroll 4,
Sr. Activity 4, Moscow High School:
Lettermen's Club 3, Lotin Club 1,2,
Yearbook Ad Sellers 3; Wolsomonian
3, Ad Sellers 3, Quill & Scroll 3;
Drives 3; FB 1,2,3; BkB 1, Inland Em-
pire Jour. Conf. 3.



MARCIA MARISIN MORENO T.
"Chinita"
Panama, R. de P.

"Always smiling, always neat; for-
ever nice, forever sweet."
Sock & Buskin 4 ; Pan American Club
3,4; Span Club 2; Counselors' Assist.
1,2; Chorus 4; Carnival Dance 2;
Fashion Show 1,2,3.



ALBERT H. NAHMAD
"Al"
Colon, R. de P.
"A better man for leadership can
nowhere else be found."
Lettermen s Club 1,2,3,4; M.S. P. A. 4,
Zonion 4; Co-ordinating Comm.
Chrmon, 4. FB Dance 4, S.A. Rep
1,2,3; Visitors Day 3, Chrmon. 4; FB
2,3,4, FB Intra. 1. BkB 3,4, BkB Intro
2,3; Swimming 1 ,2,3,4; Swimming
Intro. 1,2,4, Trock 2,3.4, Track Intra.
2.3,4, Water Polo 1,2, R.O.TC, 2nd
LT Fresh. Pic I, Frosh Soph. Frolic 2,
Jr.-Sr. Bonquet Chrmon. 3, Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Class Vice-Pres. 3;
Lettermen s Club Comm. 1, Lettermen s
Club Pres. 4.



SANDRA JAYNE NELSON
"Sandy"
Lansing, Michigan
"It's nice to be natural when you're

naturally nice."
Sock & Buskin 2. NHS. A- Pep Club
2; Spanish Club 2; M.S. PA 4 Zonion
4. SA All 3, S.A Rep. 1,2, Chorus
1,2.3. Down In the Valley 2. Fresh
Pic I; Jr.-Sr. Bonquet 3, Individual
Sr. Pic. Chrmon, 4, Flog Twirling 2,
Chem. Lab Assist. 4.



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ORLANDO NUNEZ G.
Panama, R. de P.

"Dashing smile that sends the
girls oh! so good looking."
Spanish Club 3; S.A. Rep. 2,3; Singing
Valentines 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee
Club 1,2,3,4; FB Intra. 1,2; BkB Intra.
2; Bowling Intra. 3,4; Swimming 2;
Swimming Intra. 2; SB 2; Track Intra.
1,2; Water Polo 1,2; "Down In the
Valley 1; Finian s Rainbow" 2;
The Lowland Sea' 3; Before the
Corrida' 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Cap and Gown 4.



EDNA ZORINA OLAVE

"Eddie"
Panama, R. de P.

"An amiable Miss with a happy

disposition."

Pan American 1,2,3; Counselors' Assist.

1,2,3; Office Assist. 2,3; Sr. Group

Pic. Chrman. 4.




MARIE ORTIZ

"Tiny"
Ft. Kobbe, Canal Zone
"A likeable lass with oodles of
class."

Chorus 2,3,4.



FRANCES LEONOR PADUA
"Francy"
Manila, Philippines

"What Cristobal lost, we won."
Cristobal High School: Assembly
Comm. 3,4; Ticket Soles 4 ; BkB 2,3,4;
P.M.T. Sponsor 1,2; Jr. Ring Comm. 3;
Drama. Club 3,4; Nurses Aid 3,4;
Publisher Comm, 3; Ticket Comm. 3;
VB Intra. 3,4.

FRANCES G. PAIGE

"Sis"
Colon, R. de P.

"Anyone can have riches, but o
personality is hers."

Astronomy Club 2; Sock & Buskin 3;
G.A.A. 3, Sec. 4 ; Office Assist. 1; S.A.
Alt. 3; Get Acquainted Dance 3; Safety
Comm. 2; Visitor's Day 4; Chorus 2,4;
BkB Intra. 1,2,4, All Stars 3, Bowling
Intra. 3, Field Hockey Intro. B 1 3,
Swimming Intra. 2,3, SB 1; VB Intro.
1,2,4, All Stars 3; Christmas Formal 3;
Fresh. Pic. 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2,
Jr.-Sr. Prom Chrman. 3; Sadie Hawkins
Dance 2; Sr. Act. Co-chrman. 4; Bacc.
Usher 3; Fashion Show 1,2,4; G.A.A.
Dance 3,4; Gome Usher 3; Grad. Usher
3; School T.V. Prog. 4; Chem. Lab
Assist. 4; S.A. Awards Day Assembly
Chrman. 4.




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LUCY PAPAZIAN

"lulu"
Panama, R. de P.

"On her tongue is the law of
kindness."
Cap and Gown 4.



SARAH LYNN PARSONS

"Lynn"
Colon, R. de P.

"The only way to have friends
is to be one."
FNA 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Inaugural Ball
4; Ticket Sales 4; VB Intra. 1,2; Valen-
tine Formal 4; Math Club 1,2; Show-
case Comm. 1,2.



LINDA LANE PEARL
"Lin"

Panama, R. de P.

"The reason why pins can be heard

when they drop."
FTA 2; Lib. Club 1; Pep Club 4; Office
Assist. 4; Zonian Ad Sellers 4; Safety
Comm. 4; Bowling Intra. 2,4; Cards &
Announcements 4; Northeast High
School: FBLA 3; Spanish Club 3.



NORMAN H. PEDERSEN, JR.

"Owlie"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"A real pal with a grin that never

seems to fade."
S.A. Alt. 2 ; FB Intra. 1; BB 3,4; BkB
Intra. 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; R.O.T.C. SFC.



HARRIETTE BEAUPRIE PRESTON

"Beau"
Ft. Bragg, North Carolina

"She is a sunbeam on a winter
day."
Sock & Buskin 4; VB Intra. 4; Glee
Club 4; School T.V. Program 4, Show-
case Comm. Chrman. 4; Ypsilanti High
School: FNA Sec. 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Orch.
1,2; Girls' Drum & Bugle Corps 1,2;
Homecoming Parade Comm. 2; Jr.
Classical League Pres. 2; Radio Facts
Forum Comm. 2; Swimming Intra. 1;
BkB Intra. 1; "Time Out for Ginger"
3; Morn Pub. Add. Comm. 3.



ROBERT L. PRIEST
Bob"
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Leather jacket, turned down cap:
when off his bike he's quite
a trap."
FB Intra 2; BkB I; Swimming Intra.
1.3.4 ROT C SGT.



SARAH KATHARINE PURDY
"Hjros"
Kingsport, Tennessee
"Her heart is like the moon; there's
always a man li

Sock & Buskin 1,3; Pep Club 2;
Counselors' Assist. 3; Parrakeet 4;
Zonian Ad Sellers 2; N.S.P A. 4, $ A
Alt 3 T.ckel Sales 3,4, Chorus 1,2,3,4;
Glee Club 4 BkB Intro 1,2. VB Intra.
1 Down In the Valley I; "The Low
land Sea 3, Before the Corrida 3,
My Client Curley" 3; Christmas
Formal 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Sr. Activity
4, Grad. Usher 3; School TV Program
4, Flag Twirler 2; Girls' State 3; Cam-
paign & Elec. Comm. 3.



VIRGINIA GRACE QUIROS
"Ginny"
San Jose, Costa Rica
"Nothing is impossible to a
willing heart."

Astronomy Club 3; Discuss. & Debate
Club 4. Sock & Buskin 2, FNA 2.3,4.
Lib. Club Pres. 2, N.H.S. 4; Pan Ameri-
can Club Comm. Chrman. 1,2,3; United
Nations Club 2; N.S.P. A. 4, Parrakeet
Sports Ed. 4; Drives 4; Inaugural Ball
3. Chorus 3,4, BkB 1,2,3,4, Field Hockey
Intra. B. 1 2; Swimming 1,2,3,4; SB
1,2, Ping Pong 1,2,3,4; VB Intro 2;
The Dust of the Road' 1 ; Sunday
Costs Five Pesos" 2, Why I Am a
Bachelor 2; Christmas Formal 3; Jr.-
Sr. Prom 3; Carnival Dance 3; Show-
cose Comm. 4, Chrmon. 2.



DON MICHAEL RANDEL
"Miguel"
Edmburg, Texas
"Music please. Maestro."

Sock & Buskm 4 ; NHS. Pres. 4, Parra-
keet Ad Sellers I, S.A. Alt. 4; Assem
bly Comm. Chrman. 4; Inaugural Ball
4; S.A. Rep. 1,2; Bond 1,2,3,4. Assist
Cond., Drum Moj., Glee Club 2,3,4;
Assist. Cond. Orch. 1,2,3,4; Star
wagon" 2; Finion s Rainbow 2;

The Lowland Sea 3, Before the
Corrida 3; My Client Curley 3.

Mrs. McThing" 4; Christmas Formal
3, Freshman Pic. I; Sadie Hawkins
Donee 2; Valentine Formal 4; Chem.
Lab. Assist. 3; Pep Band 1.



NELLIE G. RAYBOURNE
"Little Rjybourne"
Panama, R. de P.
"Not very tall, in fact quite small,
her personality is admired
by all."
FNA Sec. 4, Pan American Club 1,234
Office Assist. 4, Usher Club 1,2;
Chorus 2, VB Intro. 1, Cards & An-
nouncements 4, Carnival Dance 1,2,
Fashion Show 1,2; Grad. Usher 3.




LYNN MARIE RAYMOND
"Lynnie"

Panama, R. de P.
"Dazzling eyes, a pep so rare, a
winning smile beyond COfflpo

G.A.A 4. NHS 4, Pep Club 2, As
tembly Comm. 4, Football Dance 3,4.
Train Comm. 4, Chorus 2,3,4, BkB
Intra 3,4; Bowling Intro. 3,4; Swim
ming Intra 3, VB Intro. 2,3,4, All
Stars, Sr Group Pic. 4; Cheerleader
3,4, Grad. Usher 3, Talent Show 4,
Showcase Comm. 3; Girls' State 3.



DAVID M. REECE

"Djve"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Never soys more than is

necessary."

Astronomy Club 2; Radio Club 2, S.A.
Alt. 3, Ticket Sales 3, Band 2,3,4,
Orch. 3, My Client Curley 3; Mrs.
McThing 4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3.



MARGARITA E. REIMANN

"Mawgie"
Chicago, Illinois
"Laughing eyes and dancing feet
make this gal hard to beat."

Lib. Assist. 2; Zonian Ad Sellers 4.
Usher Club 2; Chorus 1,2,3, BkB Intra.
1,2, SB 1,2, VB Intro 1,2.3,4, Seven-
teenth Summer" 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3.



MARY ANNETTE RENTZ

"Nettie"
Beaufort South Carolina

"A treasure chest of friends is
worth a fortune in gold."
Sock & Buskin 1,2,4. Off.ce Assist 4.
Zonian Ad Sellers 4, Ticket Sales 4;
Chorus 1,2; Mrs McThing" 4, Valen-
tine Formal 4; Fashion Show 1 ,2,4;
Talent Show 2; FHA 1,2, Sadie Hawkins
Donee Chrman. 1; Girls' State 3-



JEWELL MARLAINE RICKS

Panama, R. dt P.

"Sweet as honey in a honeycomb."

lib. Aniit 4, Germantown High
School Lb Club Vice- Pres 1 ; Span
Club 2,3; United Nations Club 2, Lib
Assist 1; School Newspoper 1,2,3
School Token Repr 2, Chorus 1,2,3
Glee Club 3. Girls' Gym Teom 3
United Notions Day Prog. 2; Fashion
Show 2,3; Spanish Club Christmas
Prog. 2,3.



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DAN RAY ROBERTS
Del Rio, Texas

"My affection hath an unknown
bottom."
Band 1,2,3,4; Orch. 4.



BRITANNIA E. RODANICHE

"Brit"
Panama, R. de P.

"Full of fun, a joy to be with."
Sock & Buskin 2,3,4; French Club 1,
Vice-Pres. 2,3; FNA 3; G.A.A. 2,3;
Science 2,3; Spanish 2,3,4; Drives
Chrman. 2,3; Get-Acquainted Dance 3;
Ticket Sales Chrman. 2,3; Orch. 2,3;
BkB 2,3; BkB Intra. 1,2, Copt. 3;
Swimming 2, Capt. 3; Swimming Intra.
2, Capt. 3; SB 2,3; VB Intra. 2, Co-
Capt. 3; Sr. Ring 4; Carnival Dance 3;
Talent Show 2,3; Sacred Heart Acad-
emy: Mardi Gras Dance Chrman. 3;
Natl. Math. Honor Society 3; Assoc, of
French Clubs Vice-Pres. 3; "Babino" 3.



DIANA CHRISTINE ROGERS

"Dikie"
Salisburg, North Carolina

"With malice toward none, charity
for all."
Chorus 4; Boyden High School, Mt.
Villa High School: G.A.A. 1,2; Lib.
Club 2,3; Lib. Assist. 2,3; School Paper
2; Drives 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Glee
Club Sec. 2,3, Treas. 3; BkB 1,2; SB
1,2; Tennis 1,2; Ping Pong 1,2; VB
Intra. 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Jr.-Sr. Ban-
quet 3; G.A.A. Dance 1,2; Talent Show
1,2; Hmroom Cheerleader & Song-
leader 1,2; Yellow-Jacket Rep. 2;
School Plays 1,2,3; F.H. of A. 2,3;
Fashion Show 3; State Lib. Conv. Del.



DOROTHY CATHERINE ROSE

"Dottie"
Anton, Canal Zone

"Wear a smile is her motto."
FNA 4 ; Lib. Club 2; Chorus 2,3; Glee
Club 1,3,4; Orch. 1; "Down In the
Valley" 1; "The Lowland Sea" 3; "The
Coming of Christ" 4; Cards & An-
nouncements 4; School T.V. Prog. 4;
Girls' State 3.



DONALD RYTER

"Don"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"An all around leader both on the

athletic field and off."
I' Hi rmen'l 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3, Treas. 4;
Co-ordinating Comm. 4; Exchange 3;
FB Dance 4; Inaugural Ball 2,3; S.A.
Vice-Pros. 3, Visitor's Day 2,4; FB
1,2,4; BB 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4
Water Polo 1,2,3,4; R.O.T.C. 1st LT. 4;
Fresh. Pic. 1; Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; Jr.-
Sr. Banquet 3; Jr. Ring 3; Class Pres.
1, Class Vice-Pres. 2.



HAROLD WILLIAM SANDER, JR.
"Bill"

Panama, R. de P.

"Earth's noblest thing is man
perfected."
Camera Club Pres. 4; Photography
Club Pres. 4; Radio Club 4; Welfare
Comm. 3; Drill Team Squad Ldr. 3;
R.O.T.C. SFC 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3;
Boys State 3.



SHIRLEY MAE SASSO

Panama, R. de P.

"Her smile is natural beauty."
Glee Club 2,3,4; "Fin ion's Rainbow''
2; "The Lowland Sea" 3; Valentine
Formal 4.



AURISTELA SCHMIDT

"Mami"
Chorrera, Panama

"A sweet countenance reflects
sweet thoughts."
Sock & Buskin 4; FNA 4; G.A.A. 1
Spanish Club 4; Usher Club 1; BkB 4
BkB Intra. 1; SB 1; VB Intra. 1,2
Fayetteville Senior High School: French
Club 4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, BkB 3; BkB Intra.
3,4; Ping Pong 2,3.



SONIA SCHNEIDER

"Son/"
Panama, R. de P.

"I have a heart with room for
every joy."
Clinic Assist. 4; Office Assist. 4;
Zonian 4; Zonian Ad Sellers 4; Bowl-
ing Intra. 1; SB 1; VB Intra. 1,2; Sr.
Ring 4.



BARTON PETTES SCOTT, JR.

Panama, R. de P.

"No one knows what he can do
until he tries."
R.O.T.C. SGT. ; Rifle Team 4; Usher
Guard 3; Game Usher 3.



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LARRY SIEGEL
Anion Canal Zone

"Every boy's friend, every girl's
Home."

Sock & Buikm 4. IrMrrmrn i Club 4;

Notl Thesp. 3,4, FB Dance 3, Glee
Club 3, FB 4, Swimming 1,2,3; Wafer
Ballet 3; Fin ion's Rainbow'' 3,
Seventeenth Summer'' 3; R.O.TC.
CORP Valentine Formol 3; Boy* State
It. Gov. 3; Boy* Notion Deleg. 3; St
Leo s College Prep. School: Choir 1,2,
Lettermen's Club 1,2, FB 1,2. BB I,
Band 1,2.



ERNESTO SHARP

"Ernie"



Panama, R. de P.
"Of their own merits, modest men
ore dumb."

Sock & Buskin 3; Lettermen's Club 3,4,
Notl. Thesp. 3,4, Pan American Club
4; S.A. Alt. 4, Bowling Intra. 2,3,4,
Track 2,3,4, Track Intra. 2,3,4; "Pull-
man Car Hiawatha'' 2; "Seventeenth
Summer 3, Before the Corrida" 3;
My Client Curley 3; Mrs. Mc-
Thing 4.



ROBERT JOHN SIKORSKI
"Bob"

Lansing, Michigan
"He came,- he saw; he conquered
our hearts."
Swimming Intra. 4; Track 4; Com-
munity High School: Drama Club 2,
Electronics Club Sec.-Treas. 3.



SAMUEL A. SITTON

"Samy"
David, Chiriqui

"In every deed of mischief, he had
a hand to execute,"

Porrakeet Ad Sellers 3, S.A. Alt. 3,
Chorus 1,2,3; BkB Intro. I; Bowling
Intro. 4 Water Polo 1, Jr.-Sr Bon
quet 3.



FAIRLEE G.

"Fair"



SKINNER



Ancon, Canal Zone

"Alwoys full of fun ond folly,
always joking, alwoys jolly."
Chess 3,4; Champion 3; Discussion &
Debate 3,4. Sock & Buskin 1.2.3 FTA
4. Pep Club 1,2. Office Assist. 2;
Zonian Ad Sellers 2; Singing Valen-
tines 4, Usher Club I; Chorus 1,2,3 4
Glee Club 2.3,4. BkB Intra. 1.2,3,4.
Bowling Intro. 1.2,3.4. Golf Intro.
1.2.3 Field Hockey Intra. B 1 23
SB 1,4; Tennis 1; VB Intro. 1,2,3,4
Water Ballet 1.2; Water Polo 3,
"Down In the Valley 1, Finion s
Roirbaw 2, The Lowland Sea 3:
Ind. Sr. Pic Comm. 4. School TV.
Prog. 4; SB All Stars 1; Showcase
Comm. 2; Flog Twirlers 2, The Com-
ing of Christ 4, P. O.T C Off. Sec. 4.



GLORIELA SLICE
"G/o"

Ancon, Conal Zone
"A smile goes with all she does."
Pep Club 2; Spanish Club I; Office
Assist 3,4, Chorus 1,2, BkB Intra. 1,2,
SB I, VB Intro. 1.



MARIAN ALICE SMITH
"Mim"
Ancon, Canal Zone
"Some things ore better praised by

silence than remark."
Sock & Buskin 2; FNA 2,3,4; Pep Club
2; Showcase Comm. 4; Flag Twirlers 2.



MARJORIE ANN SMITH
"Madjie"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Her smile's like the North Star: it
beams on everyone near and far."
Sock & Buskin 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Notl.
Thesp. 3,4; Drives 3, S.A. Rep. 3
Bond 1 ,2,3, Pres. 4, Glee Club 4;

Sunday Costs Five Pesos 1, Down
In the Volley" 2, "Londonderry Air"
2; Storwagon 2; "Finian's Rain
bow" 2; "Pullman Cor Hiawatha 2;

Seventeenth Summer" 3; The Low-
land Sea" 3, Before the Corrida 3,

My Client Curley" 3; "Mrs. McThing
4, Christmos Formal 3, School T.V.
Prog. 4, Awards Day Comm. 2.

MARY SMITH
"Cookie"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Sincerity is the key to a life full
of friends."
Astronomy Club 1; Discussion & De-
bate Sec. 3,4, Sock & Buskin 2,3, FNA
2,3, Pep Club 2; Office Assist. 2;
N.S.P.A. 4, Parrokeet Make-up Ed. A,
S.A. Alt. 3, Assembly Comm. 3; Get-
Acquainted Dance 4, S.A. Rep. 2,4;
Usher Club 2, Visitor s Doy 3; Band
Sec. 4, BkB Intro, 1,2,3,4, Bowling
Intra. 3; Field Hockey Intra. B. 1 2
SB 1; VB Intro. 1,2,3,4, Water Polo 3]
"Finian'i Rainbow 2, Seventeenth
Summer 3, The Lowland Sea 3;

Before the Corrida 3; Mrs Mc-
Thing 4, Frosh-Soph. Frolic 2; Jr.-Sr.
Prom 3; Sadie Hawkins Donee 2 Jr
Sing 3, Sr, Gift 4; School T V Prog. 4,
Girls State, Alt. Girls Notion 3;
Showcase Comm. Chrman. 2 Bull

dog News 3, NHS. Usher.

BILLIE SUE SPENCER
"SMie Bue"
Barboursville, West Virginia
"Personality is to a girl as perfume
is to a flower."

Sock & Bu-kin 3, FNA 2.3, Pep Club
2,3; Clinic Ass. st 2,3, Office Ass. st, 4 ;
Zonian Ad Sellers 2, Drives 4, Safety
Comm. Chrman. 4; Welfare Comm. 4-
Chorus 1,2,3,4; BkB Intra. 3, Seven
teenth Summer' 3; Frosh-Soph, Frolic
Queen 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Jr,
Ring 3; Cop & Gown Co-Chrmon. 4 ;
Fashion Show 3, Girls State Sen 3



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MARCIA LOU STARR
"8. B.-
Fairfield, Iowa

"She'll find fun and mischief
anywhere."
N.5.P.A. 4; Zonion 4; Chorus 4; Glee
Club 4; Valentine Formal 4; School
T.V. P or. 4; Lone High School: Cheer-
leader 1.2,3; Girls Tri-Hi-Y 3; Concert
Choir 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom
Comm. 3; Down In the Valley" 2.



DORIS AILEEN STRINGER

"Doris"
Chicago, Illinois

"Friendship in her eyes, and talent

in her toes."
Sock & Buskin 3,4; Lib. Club 1; Pep
Club 1 ; Lib. Assist. 1; "Finian's Rain-
bow" 2; "Before the Corrida" 3;
Cards & Announcements 4.



WILLIAM HENRY SVAB

'Billy"
Colon, R. de P.

'All mankind ore my brethren."

BkB Intro. 3,4; R.O.T.C. SGT.



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ROGER R. TOLEDANO

Panama, R. de P.

"The ready eye behind many of
our treasured snapshots."
Camera Club Pres. 3,4; Photography
Club 2,3,4, N.S.P.A. 3,4; Parrokeet
Photog. 3,4; Quill & Scroll 4, R.O.T.C.
1st IT. 4.



CARL TOOTHMAN

"Butch"
Panama, R. de P.

"Happy go lucky all the while."
Camera Club 3; Lettermen's Club 3,4;
Photography Club 3; Band 1; Glee
Club 4; Orch. 1,2; BkB Intro. 3; Swim-
ming Intra. 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Track
Intra. 1,2,3,4, Boys' State 3.



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FRANK CHARLES TOWNSEND

"Frank"
Panama, R. de P.

"Every man has his devilish
moments."
FB Intra. 2,3; BkB Intra. 3; Bowling
Intra. 4; Water Polo All Stars 2,3;
The Lowland Sea" 3; R.O.T.C. 1st LT.
4; Rifle Team Co-Copt. 4; Cop & Gown
4; Chem. Assist. 3; Che;s Club 3;
Drives 1; Band 1,2,3,4.



DAVID E. TATE

"Dave"
Panama, R. de P.
"Out to get the best out of life and
he surely will."

t Mermen's Ckb 3,4; Co-ordinating
Comm. 4; FB 2,3; Track 1,2; Water
Polo 1,2; R.O.T.C. PVT. 2; Sadie
Hawkins Dance 2; Class Pres. 3.



NANCY JEAN THERRELL

"Flash"
Forest, Mississippi
"All the world's o circus and life
is full of smiles."
Discussion & Debote 3; Pep Club 1,2;
Office Assist. 4, N.S.P.A. 4; Parrokeet
4; S.A. Alt. 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; BkB
Intro. 1,2; VB Intro. 1.2,3; Jr Sr. Ban-
auet 3; Valentine Formal 4; Grad.
Usher 3; Girls' Stale 3.






JANET VALERIE TRIBE

"Jan"
Boston, Massachusetts

"A twinkle in her eye and a gold
mine in her heart."
Discussion & Debote 3, Vice-Pres. 4;
Sock & Buskin 1,3; FNA 2,3; G.A.A.
3,4; N.H.S. 3, Sec. 4; Pep Club 2;
Physics Assist. 4; N.S.P.A. 4; Zonion
Business Mgr. 4; Zonian Ad Sellers
2,3,4; FB Dance 4; S.A. Rep. 1,2,3
Safety Comm. 2; Ticket Sales 4
Visitor's Day 2; Chorus 2; BkB Intro
1,2,3,4, Bowling Intra. 4; SB Intra. 2
VB Intro. 1,2,3,4; "Seventeenth Sum
mer" 3; "My Client Curley" 3; Fresh
Pic. 1; Frosh-Soph Frolic 2; Jr. Ring 3
Cheerleader 4; G.A.A. Dance 3; Chem
Lob Assist. 3; Math Club Sec. 3, Pres
4; Zonian Sales Comm. Chrman. 4
Girls' State, Alt. Girls Notion 3; BkB
All Stars 3,4; VB All Stars 3,4, Mgr. 2.



MERCEDES JOHANNA TROST

"Sis-
Panama, R. de P.

"They who have patience accomplish

the most."
Sock & Buskin 2; FNA 2,3,4; Lib. Club
3; Pep Club 2; Lib. Assist. 3; S.A. Alt.
4; Sr. Gift 4, Grad. Usher 4.



JOSEPH T. TROWER
"Joe"



Pana



R de P



"Success is the result of whole-
hearted c"

NHS. 3,4, Natl Thesp 3,4, N.S P A
4; Parrakeet 4; Coordinating Comm.
4; FB Dance Chrmon. 4; Singing Vol
en tines 4, Visitor's Doy 4, Chorus 4.
Glee Club 3.4. FB 2.3.4, Swimming
1,2,4. Track 1,2.3.4. Water Polo 2.4,
Capt 3. The Lowland Sea 3, M,
Client Cur ley 3. Mm M< Thing" 4,
ROTC CAPT, Jr Sr Prom 3. Sadie
Hawkins Donee 2, School T.V. Prog. 4,
"The Coming of Christ" 4; Cristobal
High School Froth. Dance I Frosh
Assembly I, Rifle Team I, Letter rm-n |
Club Sec. 4; Talent Show 4; Swimming
Intra 1,2,3,4; Track Intro 1,2,3,4.
Award) Ball 4.



EARL C. VALENTINE, JR.
"Ronnie"
St. Petersburg, Florida
"His mischievous brown eyes boffle
many girls."

Bond 1,2,3; Orch. 1,2; FB 2, FB Intro
1; Bowling Intro. 3,4j Finian's Roin-
bow 2. R.OT.C. SFC; Showcase

Comm. 3; Bowling VAR. 2,3.



MARIA FLOR VARELA
" Mari"
Panama, R. de P.
"To know her is o pleasure."

French Club 3; Pan American Club
2,3,4, Chorus 1; SB 1, Carnival Dance
4, Art Award 2.



MARY JOSEPHINE VIVAS
"Nicky"
San Juan, Puerto Rico
"A merry heart does good like
medicine."
Calvin Coolidge High School: Booster
Club 2. Spanish Club 2, YWCA 2.



HELEN WAKEFIELD
"Wjkey"
Panama, R. de P.
"A giggle is worth a thousand
groans."

Pep Club 2; Zonian Ad Sellers 3,4,
S.A. Alt. 2; Safety Comm. 4, Chorus
1,2,3.4, BkB Intra. I; VB Intro. 1.2,3.4.
Jr Sr Banquet 3, Ind Sr Pic. 4,
Fashion Show l ; Flog Twirlers 2







GEORGE HERRICK WALES, JR.
New London, Connecticut
"A new and welcome fa
B.H S"

Sock & Buikm 4. Natl Thesp 4; Bowl
ing Intra. 4. "Mrs. McThing' 4, Sr
Gift 4. King George High: Drama Club
1,2, Pres. 3, Natl. Thesp. 2,3, Science
Club 3; Class Pres 3. Natl. Beta Club
3.4, Latin Club 2, I Shall Return",
Talent Show 2.



LILLIAN WARD

"Sam"
Anderson, Indiana

"I am nothing if not sincere."

S.A. Alt. 4, Cards & Announcements 4,
Spencer High School: Science Club 2;
G A. A 1,2; G.A.A. Dance Comm. 1,
Lib. Club 1. Cribbage Club 1,2



CHARLES CALVIN WOMMACK

"Buggs"
Macon, Georgia

"A gentleman in every sense of
the word."
Camera Ckb 4, Photography Club 4;
Physics Assist. 4; Chem. Assist. 3,
Awards Boll 3, Color Guard 3; R O T C
1st LT. 4, Rifle Team 2,3. Volentine
Formal 4.



LEONARDO WONG

Colon, Panama

"The great hope of society is
individual character

Bowling Intra. 4, Ping Pong 2,3; Rifle
Team 3, Usher Guard 2.



DORIS MARY YOUNG

"Shorty"

Ancon, Canal Zone

"She's a peppy little example of
perfection."

Chess Club 4, Bond 1,2,3,4; Orch. 3,

BkB Intro 1.2,3.4, VB Intra 1,2,3,4.
The Dust of the Rood 2, Sunday
Costs Five Pesos 2; Why I Am o
Bachelor 2, Jr. Sr Banquet 3 BkB
All Stars 2



JOSE ZARDON
"Joe"
Havana, Cuba
"Laughing and jesting everyday
as if troubles will never come
his way."
Camera Club 4; Photography Club 4;
BkB Intra. 1,2,3; SB 2; Ping Pong 2,3;
Awards Ball 4; Drill Team 3, 2nd Drill
Master 4; Firing Squad 3; Honor Guard
3; R.O.T.C. CAPT.; Usher Guard 2.




CAROLINE ZIRKMAN
New York City, New York

"If past success is the pass word
for the future, she has a
self-made key."
Discussion & Debate 2,3, Pres. 4; Sock
& Buskin 1 ; FTA 3, Pres. 4 ; Lib. Club
J; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Club I; United
Nations Club 1,2; Lib. Assist. 1; Office
Assist. 2; N.S.P.A. 3,4, Quill & Scroll
4; Zonian 3, Ed. 4; Zonian Ad Sellers
2,3,4; Banquet Bugle 4; Co-ordinating
Comm. 4; Ticket Sales 2; Usher Club
1,2; Awards Day Comm. 4; BkB Intra.
1,2,3; VB Intra. 1,2; Water Ballet 1;
Fresh. Pic. 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Prom Pub. Chrman.
3; Showcase Comm. 1,2; Bacc. Usher
3; Dram. Usher 1,2; Game Usher 2;
Alexander Hamilton Cont. Scholar. 3;
Girls' State 3.



FREDERICK D. ANDREW

"Fred"
Annapolis, Maryland

"He lives at ease who freely lives."
Camera Club 2; Chess Club 3; Stamp Club 2; Aberdeen
High School: Forestry Club; Timing Association.



ROY CULBRETH, JR.

"Gr/7/o //"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Never a dull moment when Roy's around."
FB Intra. 3, BkB 2,4, BkB Intra. 1,4, Capt. 2,3; Bowling
Intra. 4; SB 3; R.O.T.C. PFC, Usher Guard 2.



JOYCE McCAUGHEY ROCHE

Salt Lake City, Utah

"A cheerful smile for everyone. A real pleasure
to know."

Pep Club 1,2,3; Drama Club 1,2,3; Office Assist. 2; Show-
case Comm. 2; Bowling Intra. 2.



PIO DELEGADO

"Papito"
Ancon, Canal Zone

"Content to let the world go merrily on."
Pan American Club 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1.2,3,4; FB Intro.
1,2,3; BkB 3,4, BB Intra. 1,2,3,4; Bowling Intra. 2,3.4;
Swimming Intra. 3; SB 2; Track Intra. 4; Ping Pong 2;
Water Polo 2; "Before the Corrida 3.



JOHN R. SMITH

'Dick"
Panama, R. de P.

"A pleasant friend to have around."



OAVIO PASCUAL

"fnano"
San Francisco, California

"A smile goes to all he sees."

Water Polo 1; Drill Team 2; R.O.T.C. CPL.



GEORGE J. TRIMBLE

Long Island, New York

"A happy heart makes a happy man."
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; FB 2, 3, 4; BB 2, 3, 4; Track 3;
Track Intra. 4; Water Polo 3; Color Guard 2; Rifle
Team 1; Hicksville High School; Sr. Ring Comm.;
Sr, Ball Comm,



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